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Yannathan Bazaar. A SUCCESSFUL EFFORT. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 9 December 1914
Yannathan Bazaar. A SUCCESSFUL EFFORT. A bazaar in aid of the reduction of the debt (amounting to about £200) on the Yannathan Hall took place in that building on Thursday, Friday, and. Saturday list. This effort on the part of a band of willing workers and a generously responsive public was favored with fine weather throughout, and was crowned with unqualified success. The opening of the bazaar was performed on Thursday afternoon by Cr, Cameron, who apologised for the unavoidable absence of Mr A.' Downward, who was unfortunately detained by his Parliamentary dut ies. Cr Cameron, in the course of an interesting address, referred to the early history of Yannathan, when there was only a rough, muddy track, with high scrub on both sides, leading past the site of the present hall. To give an idea of the difficulty of trav elling in those, days, he mentioned that a tributary of the Lang Lang River, on the Butter Factory road, (where some of the best land, in-Yan nathan is to be found) wa...
Where Germany has Failed. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 9 December 1914
Where Germany has Failed. Bx w. H. Fitchett. By arrangement with the publishei of Dr Fitchett's now shilling book, "The First Three Months of the War,' we publish this article by Dr Fitchett on Germany's fiiilure ;— Where Germany has Broken Down. It is possible to condense into half n dozen sentences the things in which Germany has failed : (1) She has chosen the pretext, and the moment, for the war with such bad judgment that it failed to bring in Italy as an Ally, and so split up tie Triple Alliance. Germany was thus left with Austria aloue—described by popular judgment in Germany itself as "a corpse of Germany's back"—to contend with France, Russia, Great Britain, Belgium, Servia, Japan—to say nothing of Montenegro and Portugal. (2) For the sako of gaining a few days in time by marching her troops across Belgium, Germany paid the terrific price of war with England on land and sea. Then she threw away the time she had gained at this cost by the blunder of her method ip attacking L...
Cricket. SATURDAY'S MATCHES. YALLOCK v. LANG LANG. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 9 December 1914
Cricket. &lt;$, — SATURDAY'S MATCHES. YALLOCK v. LANG LANG. Yallock were easily defeated in their en* gagement with Lang Lang, who replied with 141 to the 43 made by the former team in the game played on the show grounds. The visitors were best served by Crespin, who made 20, and D, Leeson, who took 4 ivickets with 7 balls, doing the "hat trick." Tibballs maintained his reputatiou as a solid bat by banging the opposing bowl ing about for 57, and in addition took 4 wickets for 7 runs in 8 overs (4 maidens). Richards (26) and Tew (22) batted freely. Details are given below ;— Yallock. Crespin, b Tibballs 20 W Hatty, run out 0 H Boxshall, b H Wiseman 0 L Savage, b Tibballs 2 G- Harker, run out 8 D Richards, c Leeson b Blake 0 A Bateson, b Tibballs 0 R Harker, b Tibballs 0 R Retry, not ont 4 W Harker, c Tibballs b Blake 2 C Leeson, c Coghlan b Richards 4 Sundries 3 Total 43 Bowling—H Wiseman 1 for 10, Coghlan 0 for 8, Tibballs 4 for 7, Blake 2 for 15, Richards 1 for 0 Lang Lano....
Yannathan State School. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 9 December 1914
Yannathan State School. 9 The new State school at Yannathan has been fiuished, and parents are highly pleased with the commodious and up-to-date building which has betn provided after many years of agitation, The contract, price was £380, and the school will easily accommodate GO children. The grounds have been fenced, the area set apart being 3 acres. The furniture has not yet ar rived, and the department states that the school cannot be opened until after the Xmaa holidays. The latest improved furniture and equipment is to be installed.
YANNATHAN v. KOOWEERUP, [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 9 December 1914
«. YANNATHAN v. &OOWEERUP, Playing two inen shcrrt, Yanriathan won comfortably iii their match with Kooweerup on the lattcr's ground. Scores Kooweerup. Woods, c Glasscock b Cozens H Catamore, c Gl'scock b Cozens 2 Morden, b Donaldson 1 Binder, c Edwards b Cozens 7 Morrison, c sub. b Donaldson 0 B Stanfield, b Cozens 6 Callanan, c and b Patullo 0 Gray, c and b Patullo 1 Dalley, c Donaldson b Patullo 0 J Preston, c Pritchard b Patullo 0 Morter.sen, not out 0 Total 28 Bowling— Cozens 4 for 10, Donaldson 2 for 14, Patnllo 4 for 4 y AN NATHAN*, Patullo, c and b Binder 1 Donaldson, b Catamore 3 Cozens, c B St'nf'ld b Cata'tnre 11 Glasucock, not out 23 Edwards, c Callanan b Cafc'm're I Pritohard, c Cat'mr b B Stanfield 6 Currie, c Binder b Dalley 1 Prior, b B Stanfield 1 Elder, b Dalley 4 Sundries 5 Eight wickets for 66 Bowling—Binder 1 for 3, Catamore 3 for 15, Morden 0 for 10, B Stanfie'.d 2 for 11, Dalley 2 for 12
After the War. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 9 December 1914
After the War. Mr Ambrose Pratt has published an interesting book dealing with the all important question of what Australians are going to do with Germany's com merce after the war. There can be very little doubt that for years past we have been subscribing very liber al y toward the building and mainten ance of Germany's armaments. We have done this by trading in German goods and manufactures of all kinds. The question is, after the war, are we going to take up our trade with Germany as though nothing had happened ? If we are, it will mean in effect that wo are quite prepared to help her pay her indemnities. It has to be remembered that Germany has smashed the factories of the Beliians and endeavored literally to exterminate the people. 'Che scene of the war op erations in France is amongst the most thickly populated factory areas. The damage done tn the factories alone in Belgium and France will Jake years to remedy, and it may be part of Ger~ manv's scheme to arrange a civil re v...
MODELLA v. TOORADIN, [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 9 December 1914
MODEI.JjA 7, TOORA.D1N, The game playerl at Koowccnip on Sat urday was won by Tooradin, Tooradin batt ed first and closed with 182 for six wickets (White 31, F Poole 59 not out, Basan 30). M.idella failed badly, only making 15 (J Meade 6, Shaw 5), lOORADIN, White, b Hughes 31 Hopkins, b W Gray 2 L Poole, b McDonald 2 Henderson, b McDonald 0 Woods, b McDonald 2 Basan. b Gray 30 P Poole, not out 59 Sundries 6 Six wickets for 132 Innings closed. Bowling—McDonald 3 for 22, Gray 2 for 29, R Hughes 1 for 45, A, Lugton 0 for 10, G Lineham 0 for 25 Modella. A Lugton, c White b Kernot 1 Crome, b Hopkins 3 R Hughes, c White b Kernofc 0 Meade, o Pearle b Kernot 6 McDonald, b Kernot 0 Knight, b Hopkins 0 Cole, b Kernot 0 Gray, b Kernot 0 Lineham, not out 0 T Walker, b Hopkins 0 Shaw, b Kernot 5 Total 15 Bowling—Kernot 7 for 12, Hopkins 3 for 3
Cricket Association. FIRST ROUND. October 31. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 9 December 1914
Cricket Association. FIRST ROUND. October 31. I Yaunathiiu v. Kooweerup I Modella v, i'oora liu (At Kooweerup) Yallock vi Laug Lan^ November 7* Kooweerup v. Modella Tooradin v. Lang Laug Yallock v. Yannathan November 14 Yannathan \\ Lang Lang Modelli v. Yallock Kooweerup v. i'uorailiu i November21. Toondin v. Yal'ook Model a v Yauuatiian Lang Lang Kv>weerup November 2Si Lang Lang v. Modella Kooweerup v. Yallock Tcoradin v. Vault ithan SECOND BOUND. December 5* Kooweerup v. Yannathan Tooradin \\ Modella (At Yallock) Lang Lang v, Yallock December 12* Mod-.-]la r. Koou-eeriip l.nng Lang v. '1'ooradin Yauualhati v, Yallock January IQ. Lang Lung r. Yannnthui Yaliock r. Modella L'oonulin v. Kooweerup January ii;i. Yallock v, Tooradin Yuniwtban v. Modella Kooweerup r. Lang Lang January oOt Modella v, Lang Lj.ng Yallock v, Kooweerup Yautmtban v. Tooradin THIRD HOUND. February 6. Yanu;ithim v. Kooweerup Modell.; v Tooradin (At Kooweerup) Yallock v. Lang Lang February 13. Kooweerup v Model...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 9 December 1914
Engine Supremacy 1%/fANUFACTURERS of engines that have been before AKi. the public for twenty, thirty, or even fifty years, advertise with pride that they have 20,600 engines in use—40,000 or 50,000 is considered some 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 ihe 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 of anything we say of them. The "I.H.C." is the engine supreme—the world's leading engine— THE ENGINE YOU WILL EVENTUALLY BUY International Harvester Co...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 9 December 1914
•Commonwealth Jpg^Banft of Hustvalfa HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY This Bank is open for all classes of Q£NERAt. BANKING BUSINESS at EQUITABLE BUILDING, COLLINS STREET, WSELBOURNE AJso at Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, ParLb, Hnfcsrt, Brisbane, llockh&mpton, Townsville, and London. Cable remittances made to, and drafts drau-'n on foreign plaocs direc'.. Foreign bills negotiated and collected. Letters of credit issued to any part of the world. BilU negotiated or forwarded for collection. Banking and Exchange Business of evcrr description transacted within >iie Common wealth, United Kingdom and abroad. Current account opened. Intel est pak;. on fixed depotit*. Advances made against approved securities. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Victorian Central Office i 317 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE. Branches in the above citiei and 2,000 Affoncies at Post Offices throughout the Commonwealth. Dsponlts from 1/- to £300. Interest at 3% por Annum. ■Deposits or Withdrawals may be made at any Branch or Agency ...
The "Safe" Milking Machine [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 9 December 1914
The "Safe" Milking1 Machine There is only one safe, sudccsstui, anu proved noiV:njurious milker on the markcti viz., the " LawrenccKeunedy-Gillics." It alone has stood the. lest of time, having a nine years' record of succcss. It is courting disaster to spend money on any milking machine that has not been in constant use for two or three seasons on a mixed dajry herd. One season's work with a new ma* chine is no safe guide as to its efficiency* as machines which worked all right the first season have often ruined the cows the fol' lowing year. With the " L.K.G." you tako ho risks at all, as others did the experiment-1 ing years ago. Ask Messrs. J. Baftram and Son Pty. Ltd., Melbourne, to post you theif catalogue No. 350s. It tells you all about the " L.K.G." Milking- -uacbincs, " Alfa* Lava!" Crea^ Separator, and the • " Feli* FfiiES -Motor. tr*
Cranbourne Shire Council, Saturday Last. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 9 December 1914
Cranbourne Shire Council, Saturday Last. Present—Cra Hardy (President), Brunt, Cameron, Lloyd, Herkes, and O'Brien, COEBESrONDENCE Chief vSecretary, that lOib Decemb er, Dandenong Show, was proclaimed a holiday.—Received. Same, that samples under Pure Foods Act must be forwarded within ■30 days, or proceedings would bo tafeGn against Council —Received. Same, re proper sanitary provision being made'to meet influx of visitors to seaside and other holiday resorta_ —Received. Same, forwarding inspector's report of tradesmen's premises at Kooweerup —Crs Cameron and O'Brien, Inspec-. tor's attention to be drawn to the mntter. - Country Roads Board, that 12s Gd per day should be paid for a rnnn, horse and dray employed on mainten ance works on main roads.—Held over for full meetiog of councillors. Chief Commissioner of Police, that Constable McNees would not bo or dered to assist inspector of nuisances with regard to stock left dying or dead on the roads.—Received. Same, that further polic...
PRODUCE REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 9 December 1914
PRODUCE EE PORt1 The Grippsland& Northern Cooperative Selling Co. Ltd. report Dec. 3— Butter—The market rose this week ?jd per lb. At the advanced rates sales were steady, choicest realising 1/, choice llfd, seconds lid to Hxd, separators lOd to lOkl, dairies 9-J-d to lOd Cheese—G-ood supplies forward ana sales fairly regular at o.jd to 6d for mediums, loaf 5fd to 6d, semi-matured 8M to 9d, matured lOd to lid Eggs—Supplies short, prices advanced to 9d to 9|d for ordinary lines, private lOd to 10£dj specials higher. Duck eggs lid Bacon—Good demand, light sides lOd to lO^d, medium weights 93d, heaviea 8£d, middles lid, jackets 9-gd, side hamd 1 /, bagged 1/2 Lard—Brill; 7Jd, packets fjcl
LANG LANG FLOWER SHOW. (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 9 December 1914
LANG LANG FLOWER SHOW, (To the Editor.) Sip,—While congratulating the com6 mittee of the Church of England on their enterpriBe and good management in carrying out their recent flower show and exhibitions of industries, it has occurred to we that in the future the show might be rendered even mor9 in« tereSting and successful by adding to the number of classes. For instance a department might he arranged for competitions in needlework, both for adults and girld under 16, and I am sure contests for school work would be a source of great interest to the child ren, such as maps, exercise books, drawing boobs, bruahwork. etc. Youts, etc,, Observer.
Ostrich farming in Gippsland, [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 9 December 1914
Ostrich farming in Gippsland, A truck load of ostriches arrived at Maffra last week to the order of Mr A. Foster, who purposes establishing an ostrich farm on portion of hia Bois dale property. They vrere fine-looking birds, greatly admired, but horses showed considerable aversion to being in close proximity and cavorted to some lune at the sight of '"long legs." Little difficulty was experienced in un trucking, and they were driven along the road like a flock of geese.
Market Reports and Sales. PANDENONG MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 9 December 1914
Market Reports and Sales. PANDEiSWG MARKET Alex. Scott and Co. report as follows on yesterday's market:— • Milkers—Greo: Keys 2 to £12 10/, H. Gainblo 9 to £11 10/, P. Einsiedel 3 to £9 15/, Mrs Chuholm 1 at £9 17/6, A. McLellau 1 at £9 5j, F. McCravv 1 at £8 12/6, W, Hussey 2 to £S 12/6, C. C. Dob son 1 at £7 15,/, E. Henry 1 at £7, G Lelimaa 2 to £7 17/6, J. Scoit 1 at £8 10/. Springers—I. Wanke 1 at £5 12/6, P. Mulcare 11 to £6 10/, H, Potter 3 to £7 2/6, P. Hawkins 2 to £5 17/6, H. Schnie der 1 at £6 15/, B, Kelly 1 at £6 10/, J; Bowman 5 to £5 15/, Wm. J. McLaren 8 to £6 15/, J. D. Hunt 1 at L6 15/, W. Thomson 4 to L8, Bowman 1 at L6 15/, E, Greaves 2 at L6 17/6. Calves to 36/. Pigs to 6-1/.
Church Services. SUNDAY NEXT, [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 9 December 1914
Church Services. e — Su.?.-t>at Next, Catholic Church.™-Mass at Itooweerup 9 a.m, Lang Lang 11. Methodist Church.—• Yallock 7.30, Five Mile 11, Cora Lynn 3, Mr Nichols. Yannathan 11, Mr Melgaard. Presbyterian Church, — Lang Lang 11, Yannathan 7.30, Kooweerup 3 and 7.30. Qhurch of England—Lang Lang 7.30, Kooweerup 11, Yallock 3, Rev. G-» Pricket.
BUNYIP v, LANG LANG ASSOCIATION [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 9 December 1914
BUNYIP v, LANd LANG ASSOCIATION The Bunyip cricket club journeyed to Yallock on Wednesday and played a match with a combined team composed of players drawn from tbe local association, when a very pleasant afternoon's cricket was en joyed. The home tfeam batted first and scored 146 runs. F Crespin was top score with 43, iucluded in which were two big hits for 6, A Glasscock 25, and T Richards 23 also batted well against good bowling. For the visitors Thomas 25, Anderson 14, Garrett 10, batted well, the bowling and fielding of the home team being particular ly good, Afternoon tea served by the ladies was much appreciated by ttie players. Appended are details of scords— Combined Team F Crespin, b Holgate 43 H Glasscock, b Holgate 14 Catamore, run out 2 A Glasscock, b Anderson 25 A Patulloj stupd, b Anderson 12 T Richards, stpd, b Holgate 23 E Tew, b Anderson 5 W Hatty, b Anderson il A Blake, b Holgatfi 1 H Boxshull, b Anderson 2 A Batesonj not out 1 Sundries 7 Total 146 Bowling—Anderso...