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TEAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 9 December 1914

TEAMS. The following is the Yallock team picked to play Yannathan on Saturday.— G-. Harker, S. Harker, H. Boxhall, W. Hatty, F. Crespin, C. Leeson, R. Leeson, L. Savage, J. Hatty, II. Henry, A, Bateson. Emergencies —W. Harker, W. F'inck, W. Lineham. The Lang Lang team for Saturday next is as follows.—W, Ingram, A. H. Blake, A. Glasscock, E. Tew, T* Richards, W, Tibballs, J. Coghlan, C. Keighery, A. Alloway, H. Wiseman, E. Wiseman. Emergencies—F, Smith, E. Misson.

Publication Title: Lang Lang Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FIXTURES FOR SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 9 December 1914

FIXTURES FOE SATURDAY. The following matches will be played on Saturday on the groand of the first" nanfed oluba.—Yanuathan v. Yallock, Mod ella v. Kooweerup, and Lang Lang v, 1'ooradin, Tlic lost-mentioned fixture is expected to furnish an exceedingly inter esting game, as the engaging teams are at the head of the list. No fault can be found with the pitch and outfield at the Show grounds, and the game will- be won by skill alone.

Publication Title: Lang Lang Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BILL'S BROTHER'S COMMENT [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 16 December 1914

BILL'S BROTHER'S COMMENT Bill's brother remarks: Be Bert Gardiner's song. There is a rumor that Bert and Harold ^tossed up a King'a penny to determine which of them should go to the war ; and this is a parallel case to mine, for Bill and I tossed up to see who should serve his country abroad, and who should stay at home and keep the cows from going dry. Bill won, but at the same time I think I am worthy of a quiet niche in fame's temple. Bert Gardin er stays at home and writes a war songj and nothing remains for me but to do likewise and do a little war prose. The subject is a cheerful view of things to combat the prevailing depres sion. "We are constantly meeting people who are worrying insanely about the war. Some are morose and some are hysterical, some live for ever in terror of heart-shaking news, some merely make loud .noises and abuse the Kaiser. All this is vanity and vexa tion of spirit. The Kaiser is respons ible tor evil enough, God knows ; but viewed as a mere man or pla...

Publication Title: Lang Lang Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Plain Australian Bill. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 16 December 1914

Plain Australian Bill. -o Tlic following -popular marching chorus song has been published by Mr Berl G-ardiner, Yannathan ^dedicated to his brother, Private Jbi. E. Gardiner). The music is by Isabel Rid g way and Fred Hall, and 15 per cent, of the puolisher's net profits are to bo devoted to the lied Cross Fund. The song is beiing sung bji Our soldier's when returning to Broad meadow's camp after a day's skirmishing or sham fighting :— When War's alarms had called to arms Our Empire's volunteers To uphold British honor loudly rang Australia's best will join the rest She picked her fittest sons, And as they left our shores thc-y proud ly sang— Chohus, My name's Bill. I'm plain Australian BiH, And my place is in the fighting line. I want to be where the battles rage, you sec, For my good old name it will always stick to me, So please when you coo-ee hullo, Remember I've got it still. If you're going to call me anything—Call me Bill. B I double-L—Bill. Our foes, beware, they have to ca...

Publication Title: Lang Lang Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 16 December 1914

HOTELS AND STORES. O.T. Ltd. (Incorporating P. G. Dixon & Co. and J. Dixon & Co.) are prepared to supply Aerated Waters and Cordials in unlimited quantities anywhere. Ih view of the existing state, of affairs in Australia it is advisable for Traders to make arrangements which will ensure regular supplies. This Company has large quantities of ingredients in stock, also have iheir own Bc-itle Works, three large factories in Australia equipped with the verylatest improved machinery for turning out pure drinks, and are therefore in a very favorable position to meet all require ments.- These lines are also obtainable from ftil Merchants; Write for Price-Lists.

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LANG LANG MECHANICS' [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 16 December 1914

LANG LANG MECHANICS' A meeting of the committee of the above was held ou Monday evening. The account due to H. E. Gtirdiner for the erection of a billiard room, amounting to £143 lis, was passed for payment. Other accounts passed totalled £21 3s id (including purchase of books and caretaker's salary.) It was reported that the credit balance it the bank was £80. It was resolved ou the motion of Messrs Couglo and Wifceman, that advertisements be inserted in the Age and Argus for a full size billiard tab le. Mr Cole, clerk of works, was asked to arrange fcr the spreading of gravel at billiard room, also to arrange with Mr Samuels for the erection of a 600 gallon tank; with taps inside and out. side, also for four lights for billiard table. The resignation of Mr Ingram as member of committee was accepted with regret, members speaking in ap-< preciation of his services and regret ting liis impending departure.

Publication Title: Lang Lang Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Bunyip Ladies' Afternoon Talk. LEADS TO SLANDER ACTION. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 16 December 1914

Bunyip Ladies' After noon Talk. LEADS TO SLANDER ACTION. An action for slander was heard at the Warragul County Court on Mon day, 6th inat., before His Honor Judge Box, in which F. F. Pearson claimed £19 damages from H. V. Q.uigley, married woman, of Bunyip, for having used the words that "Pearson had done the agricultural society in tor £200." Plaintiff was formeily secre* tary of the Bunyip Agricultural Soci ety, but is now a member of the Aus tralian expeditionary forces Mr Walker, of Melbourne (instruc ted by Messrs Courtney, Dunn, and Williamson, of Warragul) appeared for plaintiff, and Mr Burges, of Mel bourne, for defendant, who denied pub lication of the words, and also alleged that it was a privileged communi cation. J. J, Downes, farmer, Bunyip, de posed that in August last defendant was at his house, and in the course of conversation the matter of the Bunyip agricultural society cropped up. Mrs Quigloy said the books of the society were in a muddle, and that Fred Pear son...

Publication Title: Lang Lang Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Most Popular War Poem. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 16 December 1914

The Most Popular War Poem. A railway porter at Bath, England, has the honor of having contributecLfche most popular war poem. The following verses have been printed, read and iecited from one end of England to the other :— THE DAY! You boasted the Day, and you toasted the Day, And now the day has come. Blasphemer, braggart, and coward all, Little you reck of the numbing ball. The blasting shell or the "white arm's " fall, As they speed poor humans home. You spied for the day, you lied for the Day, And woke the Day's red spleen. Monster, who asked God's aid Divine, Then strewed His seas with the ghastly mine ; JN"ot all the waters of the ."Rhine Can wash thy foul hands clean. You dreamed for the day, you schemed for the day ; Watch how the Day will go, Slayer of age and youth und prime (Defenceless slain for never a crime). Thou art steeped in blood as a hog in slime, False friend and cowardly foe. You have sown for the Day, yDU have grown for the Day ; Yours is the harvest red. Can ...

Publication Title: Lang Lang Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Market Reports and Sales. PANDENONG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 16 December 1914

Market Reports and Sales. rANDENONG MARKET Alex. Scott; and Co. report as follows on yesterday's market:— Milkers. P. Einsiedel 3 to £9 5s L. Corrigan 1 at £8 2s 6d H. Gamble 2 to £7 10s W. J. Cody 1 at £6 JOs N. Bowman 3 to £6 los Springers. E. Greaves 3 fo £5 los J. Terkelsen 1 at £5 15s H. Gamble 1 at £5 los H. Taylor 1 at £5 W. Thomas 3 to £8 7s 6d Calves to 42s. Pigs to 69s,

Publication Title: Lang Lang Guardian
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 16 December 1914

vSOME PRIMITIVE REMEDIES. Many of our ordinary ailments might b'e Voided if we went out into the garden and picked a hand ful of rosemary or lavender for use in the house. The essential oils that give fragrance to these herbs are always escaping into the sur rounding atmosphere, where they carry on war unbidden and on their own account against noxious germs. The list of these pleasant old remed ies, so suggestive of the rose-embower ad country parsonage of Goldsmith's day or Jane Austen's, is a very long one. Boiling water poured on an elder blossom is said to cure colds. Many people still take black-currant tea for the same purpose. A dock leaf worn in the sock prevents Bore feet. A vinegared ivy leaf or gerani um leaf cutes corns. The pestiferous fly may be kept out of the nursery with a bunch of elder leaves. Some Say that sweet-peas have the same effect. "LAXETTES" Aperient Chocolate Squares. Effective as castor oil. Pleasant as a chocolate cream. All chemists and storekeepers, ...

Publication Title: Lang Lang Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PRODUCE REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 16 December 1914

PRODUCE EEPORT I The Gippsland & Northern Cooperative Selling Co. Jjtd. Report Dec 10— Bttttei^-TKcrdfUf'ijad change to report in the market since th§ date of our last report. The demand has been good f6r all grades, with a reduced margin be tween first and second quality. Today's quotations are "choicest" 1/, "choice"' ll$d, good to prime Hid, seconds lid to llid, dairies lOd, and separator 10^d to lid Eggs—Yery short supply. On Tues day the market advanced 2d per dozen, which was followed by a further advane9 of Id to 2d per dozen on Thursday. Ord inary lines 1/ to 1/1, privates 1/2, new laid to 1/3 Bacon—Good demand, light sides lOd io lO^d, medium weights 83d, heavies 8|d, middles lid, jackets 9^d, side hams If, bagged 1/2 Lard—Bulk 7id, packet 7fd

Publication Title: Lang Lang Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Federal Finance. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 16 December 1914

Federal Finance. In discussing the budget statement Mr Cook and other Liberal leaders showed a patriotic desire to make all due allowances for the special difficult ties which the Fisher Ministry has to iace. War and drought have imposed heavy burdens on the community, have made it necessary to raise large sums of money at a time whou citizens find it hardest to bear increased taxa tion. But as Sir John Forrest points out, the Labor Government's financial proposals bid fair to crush the man on the land whom the drought has hit hardest. To the burdens which land Owners hoYe borne in the past, it is suggested that something like a sum £1,400,000 should be added. Of this sum no less than £1,240,000 is ac counted for by the heavier land tax Mr Fisher is anxious to impose. The balance is to be wrung from the farm er whose crop has so sadly failed him. ti it be regarded from the standpoint of national policy, the increase in the land tax must be pronounced unwise. After the war there may ...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GRAIN. Tuesday, Dec. 15. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 16 December 1914

tr E A i K. Tuesday, Dec. 15. I Wheat—This is worth Qj9-, but there is very little offering" .. Oats—These ave firmer, an<l best feed 4/, medium' 3/9 to 3/10,"milling and seed 4/1 to 4/2 Barley—Choice malting 6/, good 5/6 to 5/9, feed 4/> Cape 4/ to 4/6, feed 3/9 to 3/10 Chaff—This remains fairly steady at from £6 5/ to £'6 7/6 for prime samples; and medium down to £5 15/ Maize—The market is firm at 4/8 ex raij or store Potatoes—The market is firm. Prime Snowflakes are selling from £6 to £6 10/, excelsiors from £6 10/ to £7, new potatoes from £8 10/ to £9 per ton

Publication Title: Lang Lang Guardian
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LANG LANG POLICE COURT [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 16 December 1914

LANG LANG POLICE COURT •» Monday, before -Messrs A. E. Blake (Chairman) and D. T, Henderson, J's.P, Sl?IELEKS, Inspector Dean v. Patrick Curren, charged with gambling in a railway carriage between Melbourne and Lang Lang on October 13 th. Same y. Albert Newman, same off ence; The Inspector stated that the ac cused were well known spielers, and travelled ou all lines tickets. . There were numerous complaints regarding them, and conductors were specially Sold off to keep an eye on them, Conductor O'Sullivsn deposed that he saw the two accused ia a railway second class compartment, They were hdldlng all lines tickets. They were gambling. Newman was holding two eoyereigns and three cards in his hands, and they were playing the three card trick. A passenger said— 'That's right, conductor, take their "aames and addresses, They have tak en us down.' They both gave their occupations aa commercial travellers. Curren, against whom there were several prior convictions, was fined £7 witb lis 6d...

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Church Services, SUNDAY NEXT, [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 16 December 1914

Church Services, Sunday Next, Catholic Church.—Mass at ELooweerup 11 a. Hi, Larig Lang 9; Methodist Church. — Yallock 7.30, Mr Collett.Jnr. Five. Mile 7.80, Lang Lang 3, Yandathaii 7,30, Mr Niohols Presbyterian Church. — Lang Lang j 7.30, Yannalhan 11, Kooweerup 3, Mr W. Ingram .. Church oli England—Lang Lang 11» Kooweerup 7.30, Yallock 3, Rev. G, Pricket.

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ARE THE GERMANS CRUEL? [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 16 December 1914

ARE THE GERMANS CBTJEL ? Auatin Harriaon, in "Stead's Re view," pointa out that the German ia not erne1) but he is intelligently brutal, and proceeds to show that the "meth ods of barbarism" in Belgium are rather the result ef settled policy of ''striking (error" than of individual cruelty; He says ; "In every army there are 'brutes,' In all wars therfe are individual act3 of cruelty. These things are ineviU able. But the German war system ia different. The idea of 'striking terror' into the non-combatants of an invaded country is an article of the military regulations. It ia recognised as a weapon of the Gernian military science. "Now the individual German is not cruel in the sense that the Spaniards, for example, are cruel ; for the Ger; man is fond of pet animals, and cruel ty for the sake of cruelty ia not a German characteristic. Brutality, on the other hand, is ; and the distinction is marked, since cruelty is defined as a passion; whereas brutality is rather a method. Tlie Sp...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Cricket Association. FIRST ROUND. October 31. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 16 December 1914

Cricket Association* FIRST ROUND. October 31. V:iuu;ttli:ui v. Koov.eerup Modelhi \\ Xo< ira I in (At Knoweerup) Valine!; v: Lang Lnug November 7. Konvoinnip v. Modella Tooradin v. Lang Liug YiillocU v. Yaunalhan November 14 Yannathnn v. I.ansr Ling Model 11 V. Yailock' _ * ' Ivcokvborup v. i'ooradiii November 21. Tooridiu v. Yal'oek Model a v Yaunafcimu Lang Lai;g r; Kvnveenip November 28. Lang Lang v. Modella Koiweerup v. Yulloek. Tcoradia "v. Yannatluiu SECOND ROUNDj Decelilber 5: Roowoernp v. Y.iuualban Touradiu v. Modella (.At Yalloek) Lang Lang \v Yalloek Deeember 12; Mod-l'a v. Kunweerup Laiig l.iiuir v. Tooradiu Yiiiitmtlian 'v, Yalloek jaui;ary 16. Laug Lung v. Yannathul ■\rnllock v: Modella fooradiu v. Kneweerup January 23. Yalloek v; Tooradin Yaunatbau v. Modella Kooiveerup v. Lang Lang . January 30; Modella v, Lang L^ng Yalloek v. Kooveerup Yannathau 'v. Tooradiri THIRD itOUNBj February (i. Ynniicitlian v. Koowecrnp ModelL'« v Tooradiri (At Kooweerup) Yalloek ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 16 December 1914

| MANUFACTURERS of engines that have been before t JL*Jl the public for twenty, thirty, or even fifty years, advertise with pride that they have 20,000 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. i 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 the 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 "is the engine supreme—the world's leading engine— THE ENGINE YOU WILL EVENTUALLY BUY International Harvester Company of America !...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 16 December 1914

Commonwealth ■ JgkBank of Hustratla HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY . i"hii Bank is open for'*11 classes of GENERAL BANKING BU&INE8S »t EQUITABLE BUILDING, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE Also at Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, Hobart, Brisbane, Rockhampton, TownsyilW, and London. 'Cable remittances made to, and drafts drawn on foreign places direct. Foreign bills negotiated and collected. Letters of credit issued to any part of the world. Bills negotiated or forwarded for collection. Banking and Exchange Business of ever.r description transacted within Common wealth, United Kingdom and abroad.- Current account# opened. Interest paid on fixed deposit*. Advances made against approved securities. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Victorian Central Office: 317 COLLINS 8TREET, MELBOURNE. Branches in the above cities and 2,000 Agencies at Post Offices throughout the Commonwealth. Deposits from 1 /- to £300. Interest at 3% per Annum, deposits or Withdrawals may made at any Branch or Agency within the Commo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 16 December 1914

The uSafe" Milking' Machine There is only one safe, succcssful, arid proved .tion-:njurious milker on the market^ viz., the " Lawrence-Keurtedy-Gillics.'' It alone has stood the test of time, having a nine years' record of success. It is eburting disaster to spend money on any milking machine that has not been in constant use for 'two or three Seasons on a niixed dairy herd. One season's work with, a new ma-' chinc is 110 safe .guide as to its efficiency; as machines which worked all fight the first season have often ruined the cows the foP lowing year. With the ".L.K.G." you take no risks at all, as. others, did th<; experiment ing years a<;o. Ask Messrs. J. Hart rant ana Son-Ply. Ltd., Melbourne! to post you their catalogue No. 350s. It tells y6u all abou! the . "L.K.G." Milking ...aehincs, "Alfa* Laval" Cvtai" Separator, and the ." Felisi' .i'i'rxa Moiou

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