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POSTAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 11 November 1914
POSTAL NOTES ' Postal netes may bs obtained at any poBt office payable at Money Order offices ia i this Sate, South Australia Queensland and Tasmania, The following are th» i denominations of tfce notes and the prices ! charged for then*— Is id, Is Gd id, 2s Id, ; 2s Gd Jd, 8a Id, 3s 6d Id, 4s Id" 4s 6d Id, : Cslfd. Mb 2d, 10s 3d, 15s 3d. 2Gs 3d. | I
YALLOCK v. YANNATHAN. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 11 November 1914
YALLOCK v. YANNATHAN. This match was played at Yallock under ideal weather conditions. A fair number of spectators turned out, and a good after noon's cricket was enjoyed. Yallock's skipper won the toss and sent Yannnthan in to bat, The Yannatliau batsmen made a poor show against the Yallock attack, and batting two men short were dismissed for the small total of 26 runs, W Hatty and R, Harker getting the wickets. Yallock replied with S3, mainly through a fine effort by F. Crespin, who batted freely for 44. 1£. Leeson shaped well for 10. Going in again Yannathau hit up TGrnus, Patullo, Tamblyn and Prilfchurd getting most of tiie runs. Appealed aro the details of scores; — Yannathan (First Innings.) A Patullo, run out G Tamblyn, b Hatty 5 D Donaldson, b Hatty 0 E Cousins, b Hatty 6 H Glasscock, b Harkoc 1 G Pritchavd, c and b Ifarker 1 L Currie, c, b Marker 2 R Smethurst, run out 1 M Glasscock, not out 0 SundritH 4 Total 26 Bowling—G. Harder 0 for 9, W. Hatty 3 for 9, R. Harker 3 for ...
General Information STAMP DUTIES [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 11 November 1914
General Information STAMP DUTIES Duties on bills of exchange and pmmis sory notes not exceeding £25 6d. £50 Is, £75 la 6d, £100 2a, For every additional £50 or fractional part thereof la The duty on a bill of exchange payable on demand or on presentation or at sipht is Id. payable at any future date 6d and upwards according to value Cheques Id Receipts for payment of £2 or upwards Id Lease or agreement f.or lease of landB or tenements for any term— (a) Any money or marketable security for every £50 or fractional part thereof 5 0 (b) Any rent exceeding £65 per annum yearly or otherwise—for every .£50 or fractional part thereof 2 0 (c) For every transfer or assignment of any lease 5 0 Eximptions Draft or .order drawn upon any other banker in Victoria for settling ac20uut9 only Government cheques Draft for transmission of money between j Government departments ■ Withdrawing money from any post office or other savings bank Government or mruiicipal debentures Cheques drawn by any officer...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 11 November 1914
MODELLA vjKOOWEERUP. Model!a apparently had no difficulty in winning in their mutch with Kooweerup on the latter's ground on Saturday. Scores showed a margin of G4 in Modella's favor, Details of the game below ;— AIodklla A Lugton, b Thomson 1 II Knrght, b Morden 0 R Hughes, run out 1 C McDonald, b Preston 3'2 H Paternoster, c, b Thomson 53 J Meade, o and b Thomson 1 Hughes, snr , b Gatermore 0 VV Gray, c, b Preston 4 P Cole, not out 0 G Lineham, c and b Catermore 1 F Lineham, c, b Catermore ^ 0 Sundries 11 Total 104 Bowling—Thomson 3 for 39, Morden 1 J'or 22, Dalley 0 for 11, Catermore 3 for 19, Preston 2 for 2. Koowekkup. Stanfie'.d, b Paternoster 0 VV Woods, b Paternoster 12 "VV Thomson, e, b Lugton 3 J Preston, e, b Lugtou 2 Catermore, b Paternoster 10 W Eason, 1 b w, b Paternoster 0 M Callanan, b Lugton 4 M Dalley, b Paternoster 3 W Morden. b Paternoster 0 Stanfield, not out 5 T Burhop, b Paternoster 0 Sundries 1 Total 40 Bowling—Paternoster 7 for 18, Lugton 3 for 21.
POSTAL RATES [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 11 November 1914
POSTAL RATES I I Letters (this Stale) for every -J oz or under "> Id Packets— Ccmmaccial find printed papers, mnxiomjn weight nib, dim ensions not to exceed 2ft in length, lft in depth or width—for every 2 oz of fraction thereof 14 Patterns and samples, packets and merchandise, etc. maximum lib. dimensions not to exceed £ft in length, lft in width or depth, rale of postage for every 2 oz or fract ion thereof Id Books—For every 4 oz or undoi np to 51b . Id Newspapers—For every newspaper Jd ^ot,t Cards—ear'a Id ' Letter Cards—tvro cards 2}d Registration fee 3d L> tters marked 'Urgent' and bearing 6dadditional stamps will be treated in tlia sume manner as telegrams and delivered I with the utmost despatch if addressed^o persons in the radius of (he delivery by telegraph msssenger To New South Wales. New Zealand. Fiji. Queensland. South Australia. Tasma nia, Western Australia—Same charges aa in VJctorla - " British and foreign Postage—Letters — For every -j ounce or under to Unite...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 11 November 1914
fELK POWER OF ADVERTISING A man never real'sos ilic fu!l bent fits of advertising iii: he lias pl&cod '.ha matter before Use sumo people 50 or 10,) tinns. The first ad. is good, hut the 100;h is wor.h more tl.at 500 times as much as the fin.-t;-' Some one has saiil the first time a mail looks at a:i advertisement he doe® not S6>« it. The. second time he docs not notiqi it. Tlio third time he is dimly conscious of it. The fourth time he fairly' remembers soiiiet"hiiig jf die kind before. Tho fifth time lie half reads it. The sixth time ho turns up his no^ &t. it. The sovriith time he throws the paptrj. down impatiently. Tho eighth tiniP he ejaculates i "•There is ) he conound'.'d thing again," Tho ninth tine ho i&lt;"*.ide»s if is anything m it. The tenth time he thinfer it inr.^S' be possible to suit somebody t-UVs The eleventh tline lie thinks hp v/4} ask hia neighbour if ho has tried it p? knoivs anything about it. Tho tw&lt; lfth time he wonders...
Cranbourne Shire Council, Saturday Last. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 11 November 1914
Cranbourne Shire Council, Saturday Last. .. Present—Crs Hardy (Presideut), Brunt- Cameron, Greaves, Wilson, Lloyd, Ilerkes, and Callar.an, Correspondence Public "Works department, that in consequence of the war further sup plies of wire netting cannot be obtain ed for four months.—Received. Same, that Edward Holmes, of 19 Queen street, had been appointed auditor,—Received. Same, re action to be taken with re spect to Country Reads board ac counts.—Received, Chief Secretary, that 26th Novem ber had been proclaimed a public holi day.—Received State Insurance office, forwarding form of proposal with classification of fates.—Resolved that the secretary write for further information. Shire of Frankston and Hastings, asking for the return of voucher?. Shire of Strathfieldsaye, supporting the proposal of the Shire of Woodond to discuss the Couutry Roads Board, the proposal to reduce the municipal endowment being a matter fur urgent consideration; as also the veiy expen- i sire nature of th...
The State Elections. THE LIBERAL POLICY. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 18 November 1914
The State Elections. I THE LIBERAL POLICY. The policy which Sir Alexander Peacock unfolded afc Creswiek is heartily approved by all Liberals, be cause ifc gives no one Liberal all he desires _ In other words, the Premier spoke for all sections of the Liberal Party, not for any particular section of it which, by skill or good lortune, had secured the ears of the Ministry 5 In Bhaping the policy those concerned bore in mind the position which the creation of a hard and fast two-party system has brought about. Under that- system, to give any one wing, be it the most or the least "advanced," ( all it demands, is simply to court defeat at the polls. Ministers have not made that mistake; they have not trifled with any Liberal principle ; they pro pose to carry change further than the most timid think wise, but not as far the most enthusiastic think desirable. It may be that at the present moment that practical part of the Government p. licy which i9 not party in the ordin ary sense of the...
San Remo's School Troubles. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 18 November 1914
San Reroo's School Troubles. ■&lt;r The parents of children attending the San Kerao State school have ad dressed a memorial to the Education department asking that a permanent teacher be appointed, the school hav ing been closed for seven weeks. A reply was received en the 6th inst. stating that the school was without a teacher because the Department had been informed there was no accommo dation for such a person in San Remo. The parents who signed the memorial have answered this by a second request for a permanent teacher, accompanied by the statement that there are at least six houses in San Remo in which a teacher could find suitable accommo" dation> The school has had 14 teach ers in the last seven years, and it is understood that the last teacher left because she was suffering from bad health. Owing to the epidemic of whooping cough which prevaled in the first quarter of the year and the fre* quent changes of teachers, the iSan Keuio children have had only fourteen w...
A LETTER OF THANKS [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 18 November 1914
A LETTER OP THANKS To Mr L. GL Withers, who is share dairying with Mr P. Kennedy at the Gurdies, who did succeed in plugging up my artesian bore on Friday last, thereby stopping the flow of water to my waterholee, where he has been watering 30 or 40 cows lately, and I have now drawn the pipes, and let the well fall in. This work has taken Mr Withers two months to complete, and I thank him. U-EO, tSONNJCY, November IGth, Qrantville,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 18 November 1914
•Coi.imoinvealtb JagbBanfc of BusttaUa HEAD OFFICE ^^£^0 SYDNEY This P.ank is open for all classes of GHNERAt. BACKING BUSINESS »t EOUITJ-.3LE BUILDING, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE AI90 at Sycin-®. Canberra, Adelaide, Perch, Hubart, liri*bane, Itockhampton, TownBville, and LoncSon. Cable rctnittacCw'madc to, and drafts drawn on foreign places rfirec'. Foreign bills negotiated and collected. Letters of credit U«tied to a.iv part or the world. Uilla negotiated or forwarded for Collection. Banking and Exchange Husine«* Of ever,' description transacted witbin Common wealth, United Kin'_'do:n and abroad. Current accoun.'s opened. Inteiest pai&lt;£ on fixed depoiit*. Advances made against approred securities. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Victorian Central Offico : 317 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE. Branches in the above cities and 2,000 Ag-oncies at l'ost Offices throughout the Coramonwsalth. Deposits from 1/- to £300. Interest at 3V por annum. "Deposits or Withdrawals may bt mad* at any Bra...
Cream Grading Proposals. ABANDONED BY THE GOVERMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 18 November 1914
Cream Grading Pro posals. j I ! ABANDONED BY THE GOYERMENT. After many promises, made appar ently with the tongue in the cheek, the Government has decided not to proceed with the cream grading meas ure announced as a definite part of its political programme. At the last Farmers' Convention, held at Mary, borough a few weeks ago, it was officially stated that the necessary Bill , had been prepared, and that it was ready for early submission to Parlia menr. This undertaking, it is now known, is to be calmly dishonored, and the great dairying industry of the State is to continue its down ward career because Ministers lack the courage to apply to existing evils the only true corrective. .Leaders of our co-operative butter factories, who have devoted considerable atten tion to problem of improving the qual ity of Australian, butter, are particu larly indignant at the refusal of the Government to proceed wi'h ihe prom ised remedial action. They point out that the case in favor of the comp...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 18 November 1914
CLEARING SALE. "VAN NATHAN. Friday, November 27. ALEX. SCOTT & CO. have received instructions from Mr Donald Hender son, whoso lease has oxpired, to sell by public auction, without reserve, on the farm, six miles from Ualdenneade railway station, on the above date at ono o'clock sharp, the whole of his Dairy Herd, Hor ses, Implements, etc. ^ 35 cows in full profit 7 yearling heifers 1 bull 1 medium draught mare, foal at foot; 1 medium draught gelding ; good workers ; 1 hack. 20 good store pigs, 1 pure Berk shire sow, in young ; 13 pig troughs. Spring cart, double-seated buggy, 80gal. separator (Princess) in good order; cream cans, Syracuse plow, set of buggy harness, collars, haimes, plow chains, capper, lot of bags, and useful sundries. Theso are a picked lot of dairy cows, giving splendid results, young and in good condition. Luncheon Provided. Terms at Sale. Sale at One o'clock sharp. Alex. Scott and Co., auctioneers, Dan d eu on ft and Korumburra. Shire of Cranbourne. Ap...
Country Roads Board. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 18 November 1914
rCountry lioads Board. I ■>» That the Country Koads Board ia not giving satisfaction may be gleaned from a letter appearing in the ''Argus" from Mr T. J. Coverdale, a former councillor of the Poowong and Jeetho Shire ; and on which ratepayers may form their own opinion :—■ '•It would be difficult to imagine a more emphatic vote of want of confi dence in themselves than the resolu tion passed by ten representatives of certain Gippsland shires at the con ference in Melbourne on the 23rd ult; approving of the proposal that the Country Roads Board should take over the "main subsidiary, cross, or side roads" in the shires- With what they have already, this means the board shall control the works on the whole of the roads. Thus would those trust ing advocates of the bureaucracy give away hard-won privileges until there is little left for the council to do but collect the dog taxes, and the process of centralisation would be complete. But how far is this confidence justi fied, According...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 18 November 1914
The recent concert in aid of St. Saviour's Church, Yallock, resulted in a profit of £"8, At the last Berwick council meeting councillors were unanimous in expressing their disapproval of the Chief Inspector in compelling Mr Kelleher, rabbit in spector for the shire, to send in his resignation. It was statsd that the shire, since the rabbit inspector had been ap pointed, was never so free from the rabbit pest, and councillors attributed this to the system he had used and the manner in which he had shown property owners how to use apples poisoned with strychnine to get rid of the pest. An • influential deputation recently waited upon Cr J. B. Wilson, of Cran bourne shire, who opposed Mr W. S. Keast, M.L A., six years ago, and asked him to again contest the election. Cr Wilson, however, declined, and Mr Keast will have a walkover. On Friday evening nest, 20th inst, Mr Downward, M.L.A., will address electors in the Lang Lang hall, and on Monday evening, 23rd mst, in the Kooweerup hall o...