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Holiday Amusements [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 23 December 1914

Holiday Amusements During the Christmas and Ngtv Y e&v holidays ample precision has been mads by local committees to provide a good" fund of amusement for the public. The Kooweerup Caledonian Society will o.i Monday next hold its first Highland gathering on the Kooweerup Recreation .Reserve. The prize list is a liberal one, and includes Highland drese and pipera' contests, dancing events, Scotch games, athletic events, and boys aud girls' races. The arrangements for the accommodation of the public aro com plete, and a large altendanoe is a3t>ured, A ball will bo held in the evening. On New Years' day the Yannathan Sports Club will hold their annual sports meeting. The first race will be at 11.30, and an attractive programme of 23 items is being provided, including athletic events and pony races. Child ren's races will be run, and swings will be provided for the children. The cater ing arrangements will be carefully atten ded to, while the Ioaa Band will provide music. The...

Publication Title: Lang Lang Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
How War Affects Australians Abroad. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 23 December 1914

How War Affects Aus tralians Abroad. ■1 1 "Australians and New Zealanders in London are d;vidod into two classes: those who come and go, and those who come and stay—if they can." So writes a London correspondent of "Everylady's Journal'' in the January number of that magazine, just issued. The writer goes on to show h:>w both classes were struck fcy the bombshell of war, and. how they met the crisis. "The most serious losses of the first class," the writer says, ''were of stray ed luggage and missed opportunities of eight-seeing : their gravest anxieties were about suspended letters of credit and delayed passages home. But what of the other class ? To all of thein it meant reduction, to some it spelt col lapse, to others it looked like starva tion. Yet with all London 'knocked sideways,' as the cockney gays, by the shock of the war, no one returned to the normal more quickly than the Australian. Actors turned policemen, musicians became truckman, artists drove ambulance motors, a...

Publication Title: Lang Lang Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PIG FEEDING TESTS. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 23 December 1914

PIG FEEDING TESTS. | At the present time a Beries of ex periments ia being carried out to teat not only the system 'of feeding the meal and water in separate troughB but also the cooking and scalding of the meal, The experiments are being carried out at Holmes Farm in connection with Kilmarnock School, Ayrshire, 48 pigs were divided iate three lots on 2nd June. The meal consists of three-sixths maize meal) two sixths tbirda and one-sixths barley meal and whey. One lot of pigs ia being fed with the meal in a dry Btate. These pigs have made an average gain per week of 5.5 lb. at a cost of 2d per lb. The second lot are fed on a mixture of meal and whey, and have made a weekly average of 4.7 lb. at a cost of 2jd a lb, while the third lot, which have the meal scalded with boiling water, hara made an average increase of 4,2 lb. per woek at a cost of 2£d per lb, It would seem that as far aa these experiments have gone, the dry meal sliows an advantage of some 11 per cent over the lot feed ...

Publication Title: Lang Lang Guardian
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Federal Finance. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 23 December 1914

Federal Finance. Keviewiog the work of the brief session just closed, we find that a now tariff has been tabled, the farmer is to pay high duties, aud is assured that they add nothing to the price of the goods be bays, but the duty on wheat is swept away, because a high duty does increase the price of bread, Between Liberals and Laborites there is no question of principle as regards protection and freetrade. A good many of the leading men in either camp are convinced free-traders, but they recognise that Australia s a whole has adopted its fiscal faith, that it stands for protection. The sole differ ence is that Liberals want n scientific, a just and a 6tatesmaulike tariff based on the enquiries of the Interstate Commissioners, and that Labor, by way of snapping an advantage at the polls, proposed to forestall the reports of th-0 Commissioners and submit a hap-hazard tariff, to be shaped in the familiar fashion by the lobbyist playing on the ignorance of the legislator. As Mr Atkins...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 23 December 1914

A ball is notified to be held in the Five Mile Hall on New Year's night, the proceeds of "ivllich mil be in aid of the Recreation Beserve. Why force children to take castor oil when "LAXETTES" are equally as effective and as pleasant as a chocolate cream. All chemists and storekeepers, 1/- and 2/G, or Bowen & Co.* Swanston-st„ Melb. Send for free sample.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 23 December 1914

A DflMSOK, STRETTLE, & 00. 3?»rJ?Y, JLVXVO, STOCK SALESMEN. VICTORIA HORSE BAZAAR, 306 Bourke St., Melbourne. Conduct Sales as follows:— HORSES. Every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs day at our Bazaar. At NEWMARKET Sheep—Tuesdays. ■— Fat Cattle— Wednesdays. At CORPORATION MARKET: Pigs and Calves—Wednesdays and Thursdays. Daiky and Stobe Cattle—Fridays. Clearing1 out Sales a Specialty. Pure Stock Salesmen. Farms for sale and to let. All Districts. —Trust monies to lend, lowest rates,— Sworn valuations made.—Send particulars of your requirements, — Forwarding Agout.— D, J. GARDINER, Lang Lang '/ICTOBtAN jiyyiyil^ RAILWAYS Extra Train. On 24th December the iAo p.m. train, Flinders-st. to Leotigatha, will be run o» to Port Albert; and on 25th December a train will leave Port Albert at 450 a.m., the same a3 on Thursdays. E. B. J onus, Acting Secretary. Christmas, etc., Excursions. Holiday Excursion Tickets will be is sued to and from all stations (suburban exeopted), and at the Vict...

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YANNATHAN v. LONGWARRY STH. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 23 December 1914

VAttNATHAN v. LONGWARRT STH, Yannathan and Longwarry met on the former's ground on Saturday, the result being a win for Yannathan, whose top scorers were Donaldson (25) and Patullo (25). Scores— YannAthan, A Patullo, c and b Tolley 25 P Crcapin, c Nea!e b Willis 14 Cozens, b Downie 2 Glasscock, 1 b w, b Downie 0 Fiifcchard, c W Tolley b Downie 0 Edwards, b Downie 4 Donaldson, b Downie 25 Elder, b Tolley 5 Prior, c Forrest b Downie 10 Ridgway, c H Tolley b Neale 6 G Rogers, not out 8 Sundries 8 .Total 97 Bowling—Willis i for 8, Neale I for. 15, G Downie 6 for 41, Forest 0 i'or 11, H Tolly 2 for 14 LOnbwakuy Sodth W Tolley, b Cozens 3 Willis, b Cozens 17 Noaloj b Cozens 17 Or Downie, b Donaldsoil 1 A Tolley, b Cozens 1 Forrestj b Cozens 0 Tolley, b Cozens 0 C Smethurst, not out 0 Sundries 7 Total 7 for 46 Howling—Donaldson 1 for 27, Cozens 6 for 10 While transacting business in the offico of Messrs Adamson, Strettle & Co. in the Dandenong Market on Tuesday, 15th Inst., at abou...

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HOTELS AND STORES. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 23 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. In 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 their own Bottle Works, three large factories in Australia equipped with the verylatest improved machinery for turning outpure drinks, and are therefore in a very favorable position to meet all require ments. These lines are also obtainable ' from all Merchants. Write for Price-Lists.

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Market Reports and Sales. PRODUCE REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 23 December 1914

Market Reports and Sales. » PRODUCE REPOKT The Gippslaud & Northern Cooperative Selling Co. Ltd. report Dec. 17— Butter—The market advanced J|d per lb. to-day. Choicest is now making 12 Jd, choice 12Jd, good to prime Hid to 12d, poor lots lower ; separators lid to lljd, dairies 10.jd Cheese—Good supplies forward, de mand firmer, prime new loaf 6yd to 6£d, medium sizes 6d, semi-matured 8d to Sjd, matured lOd to lOid Eggs—In good supply, but owing to high prices ruling the demand is not so good. Ordinary lines 1/, privates 1/1, a few specials higher Bacon—Good demand, light sid«s lOd to lO.Vd, medium weights 9,Vd, heavies 8id, middles lid, jackets Did, side hams 1 /•> bogged ] j2 Lard—Bulk 7Jd, packets 7-Jd

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WAR PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 23 December 1914

WAli PICTURES, Tn the Lang Lang Mechanics' Insti- I tute on Thursday evening, Mr Willi-1 liam IT. Moore will present his picture programme. To comply with the na- i tional fealing he has secured some of the very latest war pictures, including lighting ships of all nations, the French Fleot, tha British Navy, and a great battle picture entitled, "A daughter of the Confederacy." In this picture some of the wounds inflicted by the much-condemned dum dum bullet will be seen. The picture of the Melbourne Cup of 1914 is a chance for 'spirts' to i see how money is lost, Ono of the m03t prominent of Melbourne's illus trated patriotic singers is undoubtedly Mr Arthur Peterson, who is touring with Will H. Moore's company. His : songs will include, "It's the men" and '•Only one of the Toys." Music for same and all the latest songs can be obtained the night of the show. Beau tiful enamelled hadges with four r Allies' flags irt four colors can -lis? be obtained at the iaterval,

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Cricket Association. FIRST ROUND. October 31. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 23 December 1914

Cricket Association. FIRST ROUND. October 31. Yannathau v. Kooweerup Modella v, Toora.lin (At Kooweerup) Yallock V: Lang Lang November 7. Ivnweerup v. Modella Toorailin v. Lang Ling Yallock v. Yamuithati November 1-t Yannathan v. hang Lang Mti(L'!l i v. Yallock Kooiveerup v. i'ooraditi November 21; Tooridin v. Yal'ook Model'a v. Yaunatnan Lang Lang v. Koaweornp November 2S. Laiip; Lang v. Mudcllri. Kooweerup v. Yallock Tcoradia v. Yannathau SECOND ROUJTDi Dijcjmbsr 5. Kooweerup v. Yannathau Tooi'idiii v. Modella C'xt Yallock) Lang Lang v. Yallock December 12; Mo 1 -Ila v. Kooweerup Lang Lang v. Tocradiii Yannathau v. Ya!l>>uK Jaurary l'>. Lang Lang r. Yannathaii Yallock v; Modella .toor ulin v. Kooweerup ,1aunary 23. Yallock v; Toorad.ni Yannatban v. Modella Kooweerup v. Lang Lang January 30, Mod-41 a v, Lang L^ng Yallock v, ICooweertip Yauti ithaii v. Tooradin THIRD ROUND, .February (i. V:ini;;tthuH r. Jfooiveeriip ModelLi v Tooradiu (At Kooweerup) Yallock v. Lang Lang • F...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 23 December 1914

Engine Supremacy ^MANUFACTURERS of engines that have been before 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. 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 " LH.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 "I.H.C." is the engine supreme—the world's leading engine— THE ENGINE YOU WILL EVENTUALLY BUY International Harvester Co...

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Newspaper Errors. FROM THE SNAKE VALLEY CHARMER. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 23 December 1914

Newspaper ISrrors. FROM THE SNAKE VALLEY I CHARMER, (By Bill Nye) We tak6 leave to regret an error in our Church notifications last issue by which the Church of England service was given at 11 a.m. instead of 7 p.m. A number of people who came in to go to church were annoy ed with us>, but looking at the matter philosophically they had no need to be, as the weather was fine, and they had a nice outing, Mr Simpson requests us to contra dict a statement that his property is over-run with rabbits. He says the statement is untrue, and that it has depreciated the value of his land. In justification of our remarks we may mention that last week we were shooting over this gentleman's pad docks, and had ocular proof of the alarming increase of bunny. The Secretary of the — Chucch requests us to apologise for the fol lowing paragraph in our last issue : "The committee of the church held a meeting last night, and asked that a married clergyman should be sent. It requested that he should be ...

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The "Safe" Milking Machine [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 23 December 1914

The "Safe" Miiiung Machine There -is only one safe, successful, and proved .lion .njurious milker on the marke;, viz., tlie " Lawrence-'Ken nedy-li'illics.'1 J: alone has stood the test of tiiile; having a nine years' record of success. Il is couring. disaster to spend money ti n any milking machine that has liot been in constant. use for two or three seasons on a mixed dairy herd. One season's work \v:th n ticw ma chine is lib safe guide as to its c/Hfcicucy; as machines which worked ail ri^ht Ihc first season have often riuiitd . the coivs the fol lowing year. ■ With the " I.-K-G." voti taki' no risks at all; as o'.hers did the expert nicntj ing years Ask Messrs. T: llartfam ar.u Son I'ty. Ltd., Meinourne, (o [jort you their catalogue No.. ,'ifiOs. it (ells .vent all aboxii the " L.K.G." Milkinj ...nchiues, . " Aljaj Laval" Cvcar" Separator.; and the Felix" Wc'.ur; ^

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Farewell Social. TO MR AND MRS INGRAM. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 23 December 1914

Farewell Social. TO MR a>tu MRS INGRA.M. There was a large and representative gathering in the Lang Lang hall on Thursday evening, when a farewell social and presentation was tendered to Mr Ingram (who has occupied the position of Presbyterian missionary for the Lang Lang charge for about three years) and Mrs Ingram. The congregations at Lang Lang, "Sanna than and Kooweerup had co-operated in arranging the social, and members of each district were present, the large attendance being an evidence of the popularity of the departing guests, and a recognition of Mr lugram's success ful work in the district. The chair Vas occupied by Mr J. Mickle, J.P. An interesting and novel form of en tertainment was arranged for the ev ening in a guessing competition, each one present bearing a card representing pictorially a plant, flower, fruit, etc. #The winner proved to be Mr Eason, wo guessed 67 out of 118 puzzles, and who was presented with a prize in the form .of a collar box. After a number...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 23 December 1914

YAIWATHAH Annual Picnic SPORTS* FRIDAY, «JAN. 1, 1915 To bo held on the Yiinnuth&n Recreation Ground, Not Profit to be'devuted to the Patriotic Fuud. President—Mr J S Suiethurst. V ce-Presi dents — Messrs Stewart and Currie. Judges—Messrs A McMillan, W H Gar. diner, J A Stewart, J H Smethurst, Cr A Camerou. Starters—Messrs T Patullo and Bickerdike. Handicappcrs—Messrs S Glover, T Patullo and J II Smethurst. Clerk of Course—Mr P Einsiedel, Hon Surgeon—Dr Harkness. Timekeeper— Constable Cole. 9 PROGRAMME OF EVENTS, 1 Boys' Race, under 16. Post entry 6d, 1st 7s 6d, 2Dd 2s 6d -£ Committee Men's Walk, 440 yards Post entry Is 6d. 1st 10s, 2nd 5s 3 Maiden Plate, 13 mile radius, 100 yards. Post entry Is Gd. 1st 20s, 2nd 10s, 3rd 5s 4 Handicap Trot, open for horses or ponies, 1 mile. Post entry Is 6d, l3t 20s, 2nd 10s 5 Sheffield Handicap, 130 yards-, nom. 3s, acc. 2s, 1st £5. 2nd £1 10s, 3rd 10s . 6 Throwing^ at Wicket, : Post' entry 6d, 1st 10s, 2nd 5s 7 Pony Hunters, 1-1.2 n.u.. h...

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SUNDAY NEXT. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 23 December 1914

Sunday Kext, Catholic Church.—Mass at Kocweeruj; 9 a.m. Lang Lang 11. Methodist Church. — Yallock . 7.30, Five Mile 11, Cora Lynn 3, Mr Nichols. Presbyterian Church. — Lang Lang 11, Kooweerup 3, Yannalhan 7.30, Rev, W. Ingram Chiirch of England—Lang Lang 7.30, Yallock 3, Yannathan 11, Itev. G-, W. Pricket.

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Church Services. CHRISTMAS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 23 December 1914

Church Services, Christmas Day. Church of England—Yannathan 11, Yallock 3, Lang Lang 7.30) Key G.W. Prickctt.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 23 December 1914

Fifth, and Sixth in Warrnambool Road Race 1911 Bide a bicycle built by a local builder and a Bicycle Rider, A. C. COLVIH, (Winner Aiutral Wheel Race, 1907-) E ui ids SHACKCLOTH CYCLES from £7-' Casli or Terms. "B.S.A, MACHINES (Guarauteed) £10 10/, and £12 10/. Repairs aud Enamelling done. All accessories stocked, and all orders promptly attended to. E. COCHRANE, Agent, Lang Lang. Lang Lang Bakery. L J. T E W, Beg to announce to the residents of Lang "Langand. Surrounding district that lie is conducting the above Business, and hopes by supplying only {he best bread to ensure the patronage of the public. —:—:0:—:— Bread delivered in any part of the District. —Balls and Paeties Cateeed Foe.— Painless Dentistry, MR H. W. DE CRUCHY, Surgeon Dentist. 161 COLLINS-ST., MELBOURNE (Neai-ly opposite George's) Late Chief Operator, Mr J. J. Forster Visits Kooweerup, Every Sale Day. At MISS O'EEAEDON'S COFFEE PALACE. Painless Extractions 2s 8d, Intending patients can rely upon having the most di...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 23 December 1914

There's a big satisfaction in knowing that oar Siore enjoys the confrdcncc of otsr customers. They know that whatever they buy from us is honest valtie—we make this the policy of otir business and will continue to do so throughout our business existence. Our goods are fresh, the best of their kind obtainable 'and our price_s are the very lowest that honest goods can be bought for. ~ Prompt Attention and Utmost Consideration We WahtYour Business —and cks uua.u.ahtee SATISFACTION-. GROCERIES. IRONMONGERY, CROCKERY, GLASS WAliE. SEEDS AND GRAIN ■dhJM™. CliA.KF - Bh'AN - POLbAKI) Agents for the Celebrated 'Lighthouse' Bi and Cream Separator Oil* and Alfa Laval Separators. SB OTAWfY st@ms, 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. i * We would like you to come along and have a look— there's sure to be something under our roof that you want ■^—something tha...

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