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A Scot on the War. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 18 November 1914

A Scot on the War. (By Bill Nye) Malcolm McGregor writes very interestingly as follows : I'm writin t'ye aboot the w'ar, sin' ye had a bitclaver frae the Irishman, the Dutchman and the Frenchman, and I dinna see why ye shouldna hae a guid yin frae'a Scot. I'm tellin ye the noo that, though the Scotch can fecht, they are no a bloodthirsty race, nae swashbucklers, nae looters and pillagers, nae mercenaries for ony warlike king or prince, but just plain fechters for liberty and honor. Nae doot the clans o' Scotland gied a guid accoont o' theirsels in their strife wi' yin anither, but they were a' fechtin for liberty, ye ken, and whan in the coorse o' time their riv alry deed doon and they were a' wel ded taegither, when Scotsmen be came the predominant partner in the British Empire, nane were sae zeal ous and loyal, and nane fought like them in the wars o' the Empire abroad, In a' the arts o' peace, in industry and siclike, in pioneerin and enterprise in the colonies, Scotsmen were to ...

Publication Title: Lang Lang Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 18 November 1914

There's a big satisfaction in knowing that otir Store enjoys the confidence of our customers. They know that whatever they buy from us is honest value—we make this the policy of oar business and will continue to do so throughout our business existence. Our goods are fresh, -the best of their kind obtainable "and our prices are the very lowest that honest goods caii be bought for. Prompt Attention and Utmost Consideration we Want You it Business—and can guaiujste satisfaction. GROCERIES. ~ IRONMONGERY, CROCKERY. GKLASSWA RE. SEEDS A IN I) GRAIN descriptions. cel^ifu1 - BEAN - 3?olj^a.liid Agents for tli3 Celebrated 'Lighthouse' Biand Cream Separator Oil, and Alfa Laval Separators. WE®mm£kW ii@i. QIlLIfl gT@&e, J.MM& We never have had a finer Stock than at the present moment—we don't know a single line that is sticking—we don't know a single line that we can point to as being badly bought. We would like you to come along and have a loot-* there's sure to be something u...

Publication Title: Lang Lang Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CRICKET NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 18 November 1914

CRICKET NOTES. A Vallock correspondent wiites Yal lock's small scores, 15 and 12, at Modella on Saturday recalls other small scores made in local cricket, and the question-has been asked, What is the record low score for the district? Playing at Ynliock last season the locals put K >o\vucrup through for i> runs, XV, Hatty G for 2 a;.<l E. Cousins 2 for 4 being the bowler-. Uoiu^ ba«k a couple of seasons Yunualhin ou tlieir own ground put Yallock all out for 7 runs, Donaldson and Uenncy getting the wickets. Vanna than also accounted for Ivooweerup souie three seasons back, the 'fiupites getting 11 runs, in that match Upton being the des tructive agent. But, to Yanuathau goes the "honor" of the lowest score made in local cricket* Playing at Yallock soino 15 or 16 years ago, Yaunathau was dismissed for the small total of three runs, A. Fountain 6 for 1 and H- Powis 4 for 2 being the bowlers. The same season the old Monomeith O.C. got Yallock all out for 5 runs, Glassco...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 18 November 1914

There were, on July 1st, 1912, more than 3,200 "I.H.C." Gasolene Engines at work, varying in sizes from the little "Tom Thumb" Stationary (one brake horse power) to the mammoth 45 h.p. Plowing Tractor. These engines cost their owners more than £500,000 to buy, and are daily returning to them big dividends on their enormous investment. This is the Engine that put the Kerosene Engine, and its hot-plate, and its 20-minute-delay in starting, "Off the Map." This is the engine that farmers swear by, instead of swearing at. This is the engine that you should buy with an absolute certainty of getting reliable and thoroughly satisfactory service—an Engine that will increase your income instead of impoverishing you. INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER CO. OF AUSTRALIA PTY. LTD. 200 Roma Street, Brisbane. 37 Broadway, Sydney. 545-557 Bourke Street, Melbourne. 18-20 North Terrace, Adelaide. 361-365 Murray Street, Perth. 75 York Street, Launceston. ROBT. NliTTLEFOJLD, llobart, General Agent for Southern Tas...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 18 November 1914

THE GUARDIAN Fulfils all these Keouirtinents ADVERTISING. There is no Business that cannot be Bonofito.il by live, judicious advertis ing. In'Country towns the people in business sometimes say, "Why should I advertise ? Everybody knows where I am and what I sell." But that is an error. It can bo p roved erroneous by the Railway and • Coach manifests and the parcels post lists at any provincial centre in which Vth© local business men fail to realise the need for keeping the people in touch ■ irith kll they lwve to sell and how they s<=Jl it. It is safe to assert that by • fax the greater part of the goods that tome from the cities through mail ^orders could bo obtained locally of as good qualitj' and as cheaply as the city houses can supply. But people need to be educated up to this, and it is through the advertising columns of the Looal N'ewspapor that the education can be-effected. Moreover the Business man's Announcement in the Local Newspaper is a standing invitation t...

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General Information STAMP DUTIES [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 18 November 1914

General Information STAMP DUTIES Duties on bills of exchange and promis ■ory notes nob exceeding £25 6d. £50 Is, £75 Is 6d, £100 23. For every additional ;£o0or fractional part thereof Is The duty on a bill of exchange payabto on demand or on presentation or at sifht is Id. payable at any future date 3d and upwards according to value Cheques Id Keceipts for payment of £2 or upwards Id Lease or agreement for 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 J650 or fractional part thereof 2 6 (c) For every transfer or assignment of any lease 5 0 Exemptions Draft or order drawn upon any other banker in Victoria for settling accounts only Government cheques Draft for transmission of money between Government departments Withdrawing money from any post office or other savings bank Government or municipal debentures Cheques drawn by any officer of ch...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 18 November 1914

Headache, Iiuligcstiim and Constipation. * • 'AN IMPORTANT DISCOVERY. It will interest sufferers to know that a valuable medicine, called Froo toids, has been discovered, which i3 •now completely curing each of above-named complaints. Fraotoida ere elegar.t .in appearance, and plea sant to take, and, what.is of the ut most importance, are thoroughly reli able in affording quick relief. Yon do not require. to so on taking tlieio for a prolonged period, as is necessary with some medicines, which even then are mostly disappointing; you simply take a dose of Frootoids-when ill and repeat the dose If necessary, but gene rally one dose i.-j quite effective. Frootoids aro immensely more valu able than an ordinary aperient, in so far that they not only act as an ape rient, but do remove from the bloort, tissues, and internal organs all ilie waste poisonous matter tk-'.t is clog ging them and choking the ehainieia' that lead to and from them. The bene ficial effects of Frootoids are evident ...

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Church Services. SUNDAY NEXT. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 18 November 1914

Church Services, suridat Next. Catholic (Jiiurcli.—Mass at ilooweemp 11. a.m. Lang Lang 9 Church of England—Lang Lang 11, Yallock 3, Kooweerup 730, Rev. G. Pricket. Pres by terian Church.—Lang Lang 7.30, Yannathan 11. Kooweerup 2.30 Methodist Church.—Eive Mile 7.30, L, [Jeffers. Yallook 7.30, Wright. Lang Lang 3, Yannathan 7.30, Mr Nichols. The recent concert and ball at Koo weerup in aid of the Red Cross Fund realised the very satisfactory sum of £20 5/(3. It is intended to celebrate the opening of the new State school at Yannatliah, which will bo completed in about a fortnight, by a public picnic, the date of which will be notified in our columns. A very pretty wedding was celebrated on Wednesday, October 14th, the con tracting parties being Mr C. Thomson and Miss Minnie Herkes, eldest daughter of Cr R. N. and Mrs Herkes, "Clinton Grange," Clyde, The ceremony was per formed in the drawing-room of Ascot House, Bank street, East Ascot Vale, the officiating clergyman being Rev. P. Bu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 25 November 1914

There were, on July 1st, 1912, more than 3,200 "I.H.C." Gasolene Engines, at work, varying in sizes from the little "Tom Thumb" Stationary Cone brake horse power) to the mammoth 45 h.p. Plowing Tractor. These engines cost their owners more than £500,000 to buy, and are daily returning to them big dividends on their enormous investment. This is the Engine that put the Kerosene Engine, and its hot-plate* and its 20-minute-delay in starting, "Off the Map." This is the engine that farmers swear by, instead of swearing at. -This is the engine that yon, should buy with an absolute certainty of getting reliable and thoroughly satisfactory service—an Engine that will increase your income instead of impoverishing you. -INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER CO. OF AUSTRALIA PTY. LTD. 200 Roma Street, Brisbane. 37 Broadway, Sydney. 545-557 Bourke Street, Melbourne. 18-20 North Terrace, Adelaide. 361-365 Murray Street, Perth. 75 York Street, Launceston; ROBT. NETTLEFOLD, Hobart, General Agent for Southern Ta...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 25 November 1914

THE CjIUAKDIAN Fulfils all these Keouirtments ADVERTISING. There is no Business that cannot bo Benefited by live, judicious advertis ing. In country towns the people In business sometimes say, "Why should I •advertise ? Everybody knows wherol am and what t sell.'' But that is an error. It can be proved erroneous "by the Ra.ilway and [Coach manifests and the parcels post lists at., any provincial centre in which i th« local business men fail to realise the need for keeping the people in touoh vith all they have to sell and how they soil it. It is safe to assert that by ■ far tie greater part of the goods that tome from the cities through mail ^Orders oould be obtained locally of as good quality and as cheaply as the city iouees can supply. But people need to be educated up to this, and it ia ^through the advertising columns of the Local Newspaper that the education- can 1>e efFeoted. Moreover the Business man's fiunomicement in the Local Newspaper is a -etanding invitation to do b...

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THE LANG LANG GUARDIAN Published every Wednesday Afternoon—3d per copy [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 25 November 1914

THE LANG LANG GUARDIAN Published every Wednesday Afternoon—3d per copy No Resident of the District CAN AFFORD to do without his District News J paper. . ^ It i3 the only means by wliiah tlio people of the district can keep in touch with the affairs in which they are personally interested. The City dailies and weeklies are all very well for tlios ) who'wish to keep posted upon affairs of State and o"T the world. But does not a comparatively trifling event in our Own neighbourhood loom much larger in our eyes iliah the downfall of a nation on the other side of the world? The local newspaper that gives ail th'-O news of its own town and District—aii the doings of its people and. the hap penings—is therefore the Newspaper that holds first place iu the regard -fcll who take a healthy interest in their surroundings. In addition to the personal claim the district Newspaper possesses it-giv^'a very "real advantages from ~a business standpoint. Whether in business in the town or on the land ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 25 November 1914

There's a big satisfaction in knowing that our Store enjoys the confidence of our customers. They know that whatever they buy from us is honest value—we make this the policy of our business and will continue to do so throughout our business existence. Our goods are fresh, the best of their kind obtainable "and our prices are the very lowest that honest goods can be bought for. " " ' ' Prompt Attention and Utmost Consideration We Want Your Business—and can guarante SATISFACTION. GROCERIES. IRONMONGERY, CROCKERY, GLASS WAKE. SEEDS AND GRAIN CU.AJJT - B:I£ AM_- pollakd Agents for tlis Celebrated 'Lighthouse''' Eiand Cream Separator Oil, and Alfa Laval Separators. • WISErMAIf BIOS. ULH© tiLH© We never have had a finer Stock than at the present moment—we don't know a single line that is sticking—we don't know a single line that we can point to as being badly bought. We would like you to come along and have a look— there's sure to be something under our roof that you want —something that ...

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Church Services, SUNDAY NEXT. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 25 November 1914

Church Services, SUKTVAV NliXT. Catholic Church.—Mass at Kooweerup 9. a.m. Lang Lang 11 Methodist Church.—Five . Mile 11, Cora Lynn 3, Yallock .7.3D, Sister Bessie.' Presbyterian Church",—Lang Lang 11, Yaunathah 7.30.' _ Eooweerup 3. Rev. W.Ingram ScaWeerup 7.30, Mr J. Ferguson . Church' of. —Lang Lang 730. YannatH# ft' 3? gVyV &•'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 25 November 1914

-Commonwealth Jg|%Bank of BustraUa HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY £his Bunk is open ?or all classes of GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS »fc EQU1TASLS BUJLOING, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE Also at Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, llob&rt, Rrislune, Rockhainpton, Townsville, anil London. Cable remittances made tn, n-id drafts drawn on forei'*:i places direct. Koreijrn bills negotiated and collected. Letters of credit issued to any part of t!\e world. liiili negotiated or forwarded for collection. Banking and Exchange Business of every description transacted within >Se Common wealth, United Kingdom and abroad. Current account* opened. Interest paid ou Axed deposits Advances made against approved securities. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT ( Victorian Centra.! Offleo: 317 OOLLIN3 STREET, MELBOURNE. Branches in the abort cities and 2,COO Agronoies at Post Offices throughout the Commonwealth. Deposits from 1/- to £300. Interest at 3% per annum. fooposits or Withdrawals ma; be mad* at any Branch or Agency ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 25 November 1914

"LAXETTES" Aperient Cliocoiate Squares. Safe —Effective—Delicious. Wise mothers will discard nauseous castor oil. All chemists and storekeepers, 1/- and 2/6; or Bowen & Co., Swanston-st., Melbourne, Seed for free sample.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 25 November 1914

A truck of pigs and calves will be sent by Scott and Co. fron Lang Lang on Monday. Attention is directed to a notification of the attractions of the Bazaar in the Yan- ! nathan Hall on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, December 3rd, 4th and 5th. The bazaar will be opened by the Hon. A. Downward at 3 p.m. on the Thursday. Tenders are invited for the booths in connection with the Yannathan sports. On Friday afternoon the Flower Show and Exhibition of Home Industries, etc., will be opened in the Lang Lang I-Iall, and will bo continued on Saturday after noon and evening. In spite of the unfav orably dry season a good exhibition is hoped for, and an effort should be made by both exhibitors aud visitors to make the event a success. On Sunday next a deputation (Sister Bessie) will conduct a Methodist Mission at Five Mile, Cora Lynn and Yallock (see church services). Sister Bessie will also visit Yannathan, Yallock, Five Mile, and Cora Lynn during the week, commencing on Monday, 30th iust. Mr ...

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The State Elections, [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 25 November 1914

! The State Elections, (By Bill JStte) On Thursday, 26th inst.—afc the exact time when my readers are possibly per using this sheet—the election of a new State Parliament will be iu progress, There is just a. possibility that this im portant duty will be overshadowed and neglected by reason of the absorbing in terest being taken in the conflict of nat ions iu Europe, but the duty remains one which no patriotic citizen should neglect, because the Parliament which is elected will possibly legislate for us for the forth coming three years. The State Govern ment touches us more vitally, more close ly aud in more departments than the Federal Government, so it is hard to understand the reason for the greater amount of interest taken in Federal polit ics. In the Mornington constituency, with which we are directly concerned, Liberal voters will feel glad that they have no reason to withdraw their confi dence from the seasoned warrior and faithful watchdog,. Downward. As a watchdog Downward ...

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Lecture at Yallock. DAIRy FARMING. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 25 November 1914

Lecture at Yallock. DAIRI FABMINGv Mr Barr, or the Department of Ag riculture, gave an interesting lecture at Yallock Hali on Wednesday even* ing on the above subject, Mr Q-. Bonney (Prebident of the Agricultural Society)' occupied the chair. The lecturer announced himself as an out and out advocate of Bpecialisa* tion in farming. If a farmer was dairying and growing crops the cows would be neglected* In rare instances a man might engage in dairying and agriculture successfully by being de termined to neglect neither, but in dairying a maa would do well if he provided sufficient feed for the cows. The average cow in Victoria was only producing £5 per year in butter fat, and yet each cow cost £7 to feed. Many herds, however, were averaging £13 per cow, and the champion cow in the Jersey section at last Melbourne show gave 492ibs of butter-fafc in nine months. People in this district could achieve similar results, He ex plained that a judge at a show could tell what cow was a good dai...

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The State Elections MR DOWN WARD'S ADDRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 25 November 1914

The* State Elections o ; ME DOWN WARD'S ADDRESS. Mr A- Downward, M.L. A.., addres sed a meeting of electors at the Lang Lang Hall on Friday evening. Mr A. Stafford, who was voted to the chair, said that their old and hon ored representative had never wavered from his pledges, and had manfully stood to his guns on every occasion. Mr Downward in opening hio ad dress, dealt, with the financial position, Prior to Federation the states had a great source of indirect taxation from the Customs, but when the Customs revenue was reduced to 25s per head, this state, in addition to its other forms of taxation, had to impose a land tax in order to carry on the Government, Our only sources of revenue were from the income and laud taxes, stamp and probate duties, The land tax yielded £300,000, and the proposal of their opponents to make the exemption £500 instead of £250 would mean a loss of £100,000 a year- It was a vote-eutuliing prop osition. The probate duties and in come tax yielded £450,000...

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Cricket. SATURDAY'S MATCHES. YANNATHAN v. MODELLA. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 25 November 1914

Cricket. SATURDAY'S MATCHES. YANNATHAN v. MODELLA. ' Following up their success against Lang Lang, Yannathan on Saturday bad another easy win, this time over Mod ella, the match taking place on the latter's ground. The victorious team accumulat ed 152 runs, and included in their innings were two clever performances with the bat—Patullo 56 and Glasscock 60. Mo della's total of 59 was largely contributed to by Paternoster (2=1), and considering the opponents' large total, W, Gray's 5 wickets for 22 runs was good bowling. Particulars are given below :— Yannathan'. S. Patullo, c Knight b Lugton 56 L. Tamblyn, b Paternoster 2 E, Cousins, b Paternoster 3 H. Glasscock, b Lugton 65 Pritchard, b Gray 0 Donaldson, stpd„ b Lugton 2 L- Gurrie, b Gray 0 Edwards, b Gray 9 E. Rogers, not out 10 M, Ridgway, b Gray 0 C. Smethurst, b Gi?ay 0 Sundries 5 Total ' 152 Bowling—W, Gray 5 for 22, A, Lug ton 3 for 42, H. Paternoster 2 for 48, C, McDonald 0 for 19, G. Lineham 0 for 18. Modella. FI. Lugton, c ...

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