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PRODUCE REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 14 October 1914
PRODUCE REPORT The G-ippsl&nd & Korthern Cooperative Selling Co. Ltd. report October 8.—■ Butter — Tlie market advanced this week id per lb, choicest realising 1/, choice ll^d to llfd, good to prime lid to ll;}d, separators lOd to lid Cheese—Prime new loaf and mediums are worth 6d, just occasionally yd higher. Semi-matured 8d, matured a shade firmer at lOd to 10^d Eggs—Receipts are fairly heavy, and the market came back to 9d to 9j-d for ordinary and private lines, and £d extra for extra specials. Duck eggs 9kl Bacon—Good demand. Light sides lOd to 10£d, medium weights 9|d, heavies 9id, middles lid, iackcts 9d to 9£d Lard—The market is firm, bulk 7id, packets 7fd
Church Services. SUNDAY NEXT. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 14 October 1914
Church Services, -— *>— Sukda-y Next, Catholic Church.—Mass at Ktiowcerup 9 a m, Lang Lang 11. Presbyterian Church.—Lang Lira* 11, Kooweerup 2.30, Yannathan 7.80, !Rev\ W. Ingram. Methodist Church.—Yallock 11. Mr Collett, jm\ Five Mile 11, Cora Lynn 3. Mr Nichols. Church of England—Yannathan 11-, Yallock 3, Lang Lang 7.30, Be v. G-. Pricket.
A Visit to Hades. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 14 October 1914
A Visit to Hades • fBv Bill Nye) I suppose someo'f my readers'have their sub-conscious mind so filled with ideas of the war that they dream of it, and' the horrors of dreamland could scarcely excel the tragedies we see depicted in cold print from day to day, Having foolishly partaken of a pork supper on a recent occas ion it so happened that my slumbers were invaded by a vivid impression upon my mental faculties of the lurid details of the great Armageddon in Europe. I dreamed that I had died, and, much to my surprise, was being conveyed on an aeroplane to the lower regions. When I arrived at my destination, the gates were op ened, and I saw a sad-looking man sitting at a table, writing in a large book. He looked up at my entry, and said, 'Who is this ?' 'This is Bill Nye,' replied the conductor. 'I. never heard of him,' said the sad looking man, whom I afterwards found was Satan. Never heard of me,' 1 replied, deeply offended, 'may I ask where have you been. Can't you read ?' 'What...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 14 October 1914
Ji/jjfANUFA CTURERS of engines that have been before j J. rjl the public for twenty, thirty, or even fifty y-ears, advertise with pride that they have 20,000 engines in use—40,000 or 50,000 is considered some- j thing wonderful. The "I.H.C." Gasolene Engine has been on the market less than seven years. Their sales for the past six months have averaged about 1000 per week. More than 175,000 of them are in actual use— and, better yet, giving the highest satisfaction. Everyone of them• is an advertisement and one that makes sales of more "I.H.C.'s." What is true of these engines throughout the civil ized world is true right here in Australia. Far more of these Engines are being sold in She Commonwealth than of any other make. They are being so generally called for because of the satisfaction they give in actual use, not on account j of anything we say of them. t The "I.H.C." is the engine supreme—the world's leading engine— THE ENGINE YOU WILL EVENTUALLY BUY International Harvester Com...
Rural Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 14 October 1914
Rural Notes. (i$y "Kusticus.") Ifc is good to have it on the author ity of the Superintendent of Export? that there has been a great expansion in the export of produce. Mr. Crowe's figures show that the total rahio of produce skipped for the eight months of the current financial year, from 1st July to 28vh February, was £5,GSS,73S, compared with £4,108,581 for the sarno period of tho previous year. The m ereasa amounts to over 38 per cent., and is accounted for chiefly by trade in meat and wheat. In dairy prodica tlrero was an increase of £1/4,574, or nearly 13 per cent. Of this gam I-ut ter accounts for £153,273, or Hi per cent, in advanco of tho figures for iho previous year. Tho trade in dreci milk has nearly doubled, while business in chacEC, to quote the words of tho superintendent, has "muli/iplied :um ut twelvefold." Poultry iliow.s an ad vance of over 50 per cent. With meat tho growth is .phenomenal. The total value for this year rtaobja £1,311,574-, ngainst £573,2(54 fi.r t...
Sale of Gifts. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 14 October 1914
Sale of Gifts. A sale of gifts and work under the auspices of the iPresbyterian Gills' Sewiag Guild took place in the Lang Lang Hall on Friday afternoon and evening. A profit of about £14* was realised, which is considerably leas than the amount raised from the effort of the previous year, the result, however, not being due to any relaxa tion of effort on the, part of the work ers, but rather to the inclemency of the weather, combined with the num erous calls which had recently been made on the public 'for -patriotic and other objects. The girls had, as usual, a very creditable display, which represented the labor of many months, but were unfortunate in having their sale on an evening when the elements were not favorable to the attendance of visitors from a distance. However,, in view of the comparatively .small at. tendance present, the promoters were well satisfied with the financial result The fancy stall, which represented the principal portion of the girls' industry, was held b...
Lang Lang Race Club. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 14 October 1914
Lang Lang Race Club. ANNUAL MEETING, The annual meeting of the above club was held at the Palace Hotel on Saturday evening, Mr H. KogerB (President) in the chair. After the confirmation of the min utes, the balance sheet, duly audited, for the year ended Oct. 10th, I9l4i, was read, and adopted on the motion of Messrs Prior and Lawrence. This showed that the club was in a satis factory position, having a credit bal ance of £49 15s 5d. The profit on! the last meeting was £27 9s 3d. The Secretary, Mr H. K, Gardiner, tendered his resignation, as he had been accepted as a member of the sec ond Australian contingent. The President referred in a complimentary manner to the way in which he had carried out his duties as secretary, having accepted the position only in. order to rescue the club from a diffi culty. He felt sure that the members while regretting the loss oi his services would feal proud that he had beeo' accepted as a volunteer. The resignat ion was accepted with regret, and it ...
Local Weddings. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 14 October 1914
Local Weddings. ■&—— Quite a boom in marriages is about to take place at ELooweerup, which is a cheerful antidote to the prevailing depression, and the warmest congratu lations will be received by the con tracting parties, coupled with the sincerest wishes for their future happ iness. We hear that today the marriage of Mr Geo. Colvin and Miss R.John son and Cr J* T. O'Brien and Miss Thomson will take place. On Friday Mr Thos. Kirwin and Miss R„ Mat* thews will be united in the bonds of matrimony.
German Militarism. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 14 October 1914
German Militarism, Whatever students of history may think of the German moral code; we have to admit that Bismarck and Holtke were great men ; their suc cessors are the most ordinary of mortals, remarkable only for the arrogant brutality, which, as display ed in Belgium, has roused the indig nation of the whole civilised world. Militarism,-as Germany knows it, is a survival from barbarous days, it has come into conflict with the higher, the more humane civilisation which it despised, and lies shatttered, all pres tige lost, the last glamor that silly novelists had cast about the "Divine right of Kings" so overwhelmed by failure, that it is the laughing; stock of children in the schools, From the height on which he fondly fancied he stood, the Kaiser has iullen like Nap oleon the less ; but happily the fate of the German people who have so happy a gift for the making of homes trheresoever they are cast, is not bound up with that of an incap able despot or a military clique. TVith the...
Lang Lang Police Court [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 14 October 1914
Lang Lang Police Court Monday—Before Messrs A. H. Blake (Chairman) and D. T, Henderson, J.'sP, Constable Cole v, Claude Mallcott, under section 7, subsection 9, of the Police Offences Act, that defendant on the 23rd August last urged a dog to attack Bheep, the property of Marshal] Bros. Defendant pleaded not guilty, Edward Marshall deposed that he rented the recreation reserve at Koo weerup, and was grazing sheep on it. On the 26th inst. he visited the res erve, and found a sheep, which had a j quantity of wool pulled out, not look ing well. As a result of enquiries he made he communicated with the police Prank Nelson deposed that on the 23rd August he saw Claude and Har ry Mallcott Booling two dogs on to Marshall's sheep. He called out to them not to do it, Claude said 'I dont care,' The dogs downed one sheep in a hole. Witness got the dogs off. One sheep could not stand, and he left it. When he spcke to defendants they laughed at him and BOoled the dogs on Defendant gave evidence,...
GRAIN, Tuesday, October 13. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 14 October 1914
GrB A IN, Tuesday, October 13. Wheat—The price is fixed by the Com mission at 4/9 Oats—These are much firmer, and 3/5 is obtainable for prime milling, feed 3/4. Offerings are very light and it is difficult to secure supplies Barley—Prices all round have advanc ed, as stocks are becoming exhausted. English is selling from 3j to 4/3, and Cape from 3/1 to 3/3 Maize—This remains firm at 4/ a bush el for prime Flat Bed Chalf—There is an easier feeling, as deliveries have be on heavy, and the de mand seems to be slackening off except ing for the very choicest samples. These are realising up to £6 0/7 but ordin:u . good lines are slow of sale at £5 17/6 to £G Onions—Arrivals this week have been fairly heavy, and as Silverskins are now offering freely, the market is much eas ier. Prime samples are clearing slowly at £11 101 Potatoes—Choice samples are scarce, and there is consequently a better en quiry. Carmans are realising £5 15/ to £6, and choice Snowflakes £5 5/ to £5 10/. Medium and in...
THE LANG LANG GUARDIAN Published every Wednesday Afternoon—3d per copy [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 14 October 1914
"TUT? LANG GUARDIAN Published every Wednesday Afternoon—3d per copy No liosi-.lciit of the District CAN AFFGRD to do without liis District News ?uper. It is the only means by whioh the people of the district- can keep in touch with the affairs in which thiey .are personally interested. The City dailiesaud w whiles are r.U very well for th-os.! wllo wish to keep posted upon affairs of -'•State and of the world. But does not a comparatively trifling cvenb in o'-ir '■own neighbourhood loom much larger in our eyes than the downfall of a, -'.:ut:on 011 the other sido of the world? The local newspaper that gires all the -nows of its own town and District— all the doings of its people and the hap •po.iiings—is therefore the Newspaper that holds first place in. the regard ol •all who take a healthy in-tcrest in their surroundings. In addition to the personal claim the district Newspaper possesses it gives very real advantages fx^>m a business-standpoint. Whether in business in •the iowii...
How Women are Helping the Empire. THE VIEWS OF LADY MUNR[?]EFERGUSON. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 14 October 1914
How Women are Help ing the Empire. — «■ .The Views of Lady Muxb.,e Fekquson. The answer to the call of duty 'has been made, and made with no uncer tain voice, by the women of Austra lasia, says "Everylady's Journal" in its second war number for women. Along the path which was poiuted out ■'to them, Australia's women are trudg ing cheerfully, ungrudgingly, yet often with laughter that is akin to tears •To-day, in eveiy corner of the Com monwealth, from Government House to the huts "outback," women are contriving, scheming, planning, work ing ; and there is no confusion, no useless haste or expenditure of unnec essary energy. Federal Q-overnment House, Mel bourne, is one of the "concentration Camps," for it has been made the headquarters of the Australian Red Cross Society, of which Lady Ilelea Munroe Ferguson is the president. At the present cime the ballroom somewhat resembles a warehouse. Long tables are packed with moun tainous piles of shirts, pyjamas, ban dages, books, and misce...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 14 October 1914
THE GUARDIAN Fulfils all these Keouirements There is no Business that cannot be Benc.fited by live, judicious advortis :ig. In country towns the people in business sometimes say, "Why should I . dvertise ? Everybody knows where I am and what I sell." But that is an error. It can be proved erroneous by the Railway and .Coach manifests and the parcels post lists at any provincial centre in which •the local business men fail to realise the .need for keeping the people in touch &lt;vith all tlxey have to sell and how they sail it. " It is safe to assert that by ■far the greater part of the goods that tome from the cities through mail orders could be obtained locally oT as good quality and as cheaply as the city ■houses can supply. But people need to be educated up to this, and it is through tho advertising columns of the Local Newspaper that the education can be effected. Moreover the Business man's announcement in the Local Newspaper-is a •standing invitation to do business wit...
The Central Railway. MR MACKEY'S OPINION. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 14 October 1914
The Central Railway. -*a •MR MACKEY'S OPINION. Speaking in support of the Koo weerup to McDonald's Track Railway 'Construction Bill in the Legislative Assembly, Mr Mackey said—I have great pleasure in supporting this pro position. I think that, in many wajB, it makes a departure from the ordin arily accepted :liue recommended by the Kail ways Standing Committee. In the first place this line passes through the famous Kooweerup country, and ifc serves an immense acreage of land inferior to non9 in Victoria. There can be no question that, in connection with the portion of the Ivooweerup Swamp which it Bervos,-this-line will lead to immense development, and will tend to make :the Swamp the vegetable garden of "Melbourne. The land there is worth to-day from £50 to £60 per acre, and as the process of consolidation con tinues, it is increasing m value, and it is difficult to place a limit on the increment in valce from nature's process while man is cultivating the ^attd. In addition^ to th...
POSTAL RATES [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 21 October 1914
POSTAL BATES Letters (this Stale) for every $ 02 or under ]&lt;i Packets— Ctmmercial and printed papers, maximum weight 51b, dim ensions not to exceed 2ft in length, Jft in depth or width—for every 2 oz or fraction thereof Id Patterns and samples, packets and .merchandise, etc. maximum lib. dimensions not to exceed lift in length, 1ft iu width or depth, rate of postage for every 2 i.z or fract ion thereof Id Books—For every 4 oz or undsi up toiilb Id Newspapers—For every newspaper ¥o*t Cards—enrij Id Li-tter CaidB- tvro card* 214 Registration fee 3d Litters marked 'Urgent* and bearing fid additional 6tamps will be treated in the siime manner as telegmms and delivered with the utmost despatch if addressed to persons in the radius of the delivery by telegraph hiassenger To New South Wales. New Zealand. Fiji. Queensland. South Australia, Tasina« nis, Western Australia—Same charges a« in Victoria r" British nnd Foreign "Postage—Letters — For every i ounce or under to United King...