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THANKS. (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 13 January 1915
THANKS. (To the Editor) Sir—Allow me space m your widely circulated journal to thank my friends In the surrounding districts for their num erous telegrams and fetters of congratu lation to me for being the successful applicant for the now license for a hotel at Kooweerup, also for their kind assis tance in helping and voting for the local option poll, for I sincerely believe that all who voted for the poll in this locality did so ivifch the desire and wish for my success. With kind regards and best wishes and thanks to all from D. MoJN AM.A.K&. Kooweerup, llth January, 1915,
FARM HANDS AVAILABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 13 January 1915
FAKM HANDS AVAILABLE. The Immigration and Labor Bureaii, 555 Flinders street, Melbourne, desire to invite' the attention of farmers, graziers and other country employers to the fact that they have available for engagement flaen, lads arid, married couples for em ployment on farming and other country work. The inen and lads referred to are mCsfc of them experienced in farming work, and i&lt; is hoped that farmers will immediately send advice as to any op portunities which they may haves
New Hotels. SEVEN LICENSES GRANTED. LICENSE FOR KOOWEERUP [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 13 January 1915
New Hotels. ♦ SEVEi&lt;r LICENSES GRANTED. LICENSE FOR KOOWEERUP At the Wonthaggi Licensing Court on Friday, the Bench (Messrs Co hen, Beaven, and Gray) give their decisions in reference to the applica tions for new licenses for the Phillip -Island Licensing district. The stat utory number is 27, and the existing number 12, &nd the local option poll taken recently decided that the full number should be granted. In all 27 applications were heari, but the bench decided that seven new houses would meet the require ments of the district, and granted the following: Jessie Allen, Won i-thaggi: Charles Taberer, Wonthag gi; James M'Grath, Wonthaggi; James Webb, Wonthaggi; George Howe, South Dudley; Alfred Mor ey, Kilcunda, and Denis McNamara, Kooweerup. The other applications were.refused on the ground that they were not required in the neighbor hood, with the exception of the Cor inella application, which was refused because the premises were not con sidered suitable. Th&am...
GRAIN. Tuesday, Jan. 12. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 13 January 1915
Grain. Tuesday, Jan. 12. Wheat—This is firm at 6/9, but th'erb is not much offering, Qats—These are much firmer and best feed are scarce at 4/4, medium 4/1 to 4/2, milling and seed 4/8 to 4/9 Barley—Choice malting 6/, good 5/6 to 5/9, Cape 4/3 to 4/6 Maize—The market is firm at 4/lOs to 4/11 ex rail or store Chaff—There is a good demand both locally and for shipment. Prices have advanced all round, and to-day prime lines.are selling at £7, medium down to £6 15/, and inferior lower . Potatoes—Deliveries are heavier and the market is a good deal easier. Prime Carmens in new bags are selling at £6, medium and old bags down to £5 10/
MR McNAMARA'S APPLICATION. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 13 January 1915
Mb McNAMARA'S APPLI CATION. The following is u report of the evi dence on Mr McNamara's application (from a Wonthaggi exchange) at the Licensing Court held on December 18th :— Mr J. S. Meagher appeared for the applicant) and observed that he could show that many things that Mr Brsy-. ahay claimed for hia client, and much more in addition, appertained for his client, who was a pioneer of the dis trict, and supplied the navvies and settlers with provisions, wading at times through icy water to do so. Settlement could not be achieved with out tbe co-operation of a man like that. He had conducted a hotel at Carltou, and had taken an active part in procuring the petition fur the local option poll. The site was 'n Station street, at the corner of a Btreet, and opposite the railway goods sheds. All business interest centred in Station street. In view of his work as a pion eer and a representative man, this applicant was entitled to a hotel. Theo. Lyall, farmer, Kooweerup, said the bulk of ...
PRODUCE REPORT The Gippsland & Northern Cooperative Selling Co. Ltd. report Jan, 7— [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 13 January 1915
PRODUCE REPORT The G-ippsland & JN'ortliern Cooperative | Selling Co. Ltd. report Jan, 7— Batter—Both the London and local markets remain steady at good prices. Local sales for choicest 12^, choice 12£d, good to prime 11-kl to 1/, poor lots lower. Separators lid to ll-?rd, dairies 10kl Cheese—Values unchanged. JNew loaf selling at 6d to Gyd, medium sizes 6d, matured 7 to 8d, matured lOd to lOYd Eggs—Quantities forward are slightly in excess of requirements, and the market eased again this week, ordinary lines fetching 9d, selected lOd, privates lid, and specials to 1/ Bacon—Light sides lOd to 10gd, medi ums 8|d, middles lid, packets 9jd Hams—Side 1/, bagged 1/1, Bard—Bulk '7^d, packets 7-fd
Church Services. SUNDAY NEXT. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 13 January 1915
Church Services snsday "nkxt. Catholic Church.—Mass at Kuoweerup 11 a.m, Lang Lang 9. Methodist Church. Yaliock 7-30, Mr L. Jefllers: Five Mile 7.30, Lang Lang 3, Yannathan 11, Mr Niohols. Presbyterian Church. —Lang Lang 7.30, Kooweerup 3, Mr N. M. Jaboor; Chufch of England—Lang Lang 11, Yaliock 3, Yannathan 7.30, Kev. G, W Prioket.
Cranbourne Shire Council. Saturday Last. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 13 January 1915
Cranbourne Shire Council. Saturday Last. Present—Cra Hardy (President), Brunt, Cameron, Lloyd, Herkes, "Wilson, Greaves and Cnllanan, Correspondence "Department of Public Works, noti fying the following allocations :—To wards repair of bridge over Ti-tree Creek, £125 ; towards Ballarto road, *510 28 2d ; unused roads fund, road works, £9 12a 9d. Same, asking council to render •what assistance is possible in carrying but works to provide work for unem ployed.—Received. Ohief Inspector of Factories, re request from storekeepers within a radius of one mile of Clyde for per cussion to keep open till 8 o'clock p.m.—Dealt with by motion. Railway Department, acknowledging "receipt of letter that council is sot in favor of change of came of Langwarrin to Aldershot.—Received, Health department, seeking return of cesspits in existence in Shire.— Attended to Same, that erection of bridge over railway at Clyde opposite Ballarto road would unreasonably increase 'cost of the works.—Crs Herkes and...
Cricket Association. FIRST ROUND. October 31. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 13 January 1915
Cricket Associat;on. FIRST ROUND. October 31. I Yannathan v. Kooweerup J Modella v, Too,-a ]in (At Kooweerup) Yallock v; Lang Liuo Nove nber 7. Koiweerup v. Modella Tooradin v, Lang Liug Yallock v. Yannathan Noveni'i-er I Yannathan v. L;uig Lang Modella v. Yallock Koo.veerup v. Tooratlin November 21^ Toor.tdia v. Yallock Modela v. Y aunatnan Lang Lang v. K-nweerup. November 28; Lang Lang v. JVtodella Kooveerup v. Yallock Tcorudia v. Yannathan SECOND ROUST Dk Decjmber 5 Rooweurup v. Yannathan i Toofidin v. Modella (At Yullcck) Lang Lang v. Yallock Decembir 12. Moddla v. Kooweerup Lang Lang v. Tooradin Yannathan v. Yallock Jauuary 1G. Lang Lang r. Yannathm Yallock v. Modella Toortdin v. Kooweernp January 23. Yallock v. Tooradin YaniiatUau v. Modella Kooweerup v. Lang Lang January 30, Mod-'lla r, Lang L^.ng Yallock v, Kooweernp Yannathan v. Tooradin THIRD ROUiXTD. EYbi'uary 6. Yannathan v. Kooweernp Modella v. Tooradin (At l£ooweefup) Yallock v. Lang Lang February 13. Kooweernp v Model...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 13 January 1915
Engine Supremacy jfyfANUFACTURERS of engines that ham been before JL VjL the public for twenty; thirty, or even^ fifty years, ; : 1 advertise with engines in ^s^40,660or 5O;0QQ is cbnsidered 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 makesr 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 j 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 Company...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 13 January 1915
Commonwealth Jgg^JBank of Husttalfa HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY Thli Btnk li opEn'lor til cluses ol GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS kt EQUITABLE BUILDING, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE Alto at Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, Hobart, Brisbane, Rockhampton, Townsville, and London* 'Cable remittances made to, and drafts drawn on foreign places direct. Foreign bills negotiated anfl collected. Letters of credit issued to any part of the world. Bills negotiated or forwarded for collection. Banking and Exchange Business of every description transacted within &e Common wealth, United Kingdom and abroad. Current accoutres opened. Interest paid on fixed deposits Advances made against approved securities. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Victorian Central Office! 317 COM.IN8 STREET, MELBOURNE. Branches in the abore cities and 2,COO Agencies at Tost Offices throughout the Commonwealth. Deposits from 1/- to £300. Intoroat ait 3% par annum, -Deposits or Withdrawals may be made at any Branch or Agency within the Oc...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 13 January 1915
The "Safe" Milking1 Machine There is only otic safe, successful, and proved non-.ujurious milker on the market* viz., the " l.awreucc1Kcuucdy-Ciillics." It dione has stood l!ie test Of tirrie, having a nine years' rccord of success, it is conning disaster to spend money an any milking machine that lias not been in constant use for two tjr three seasons en a mixed dairy herd. One season's work with a new ma chine is no safe guide as to its efficicncy* its machines which worked ail right the first season have often ■ ruined the cows the fol lowing year. With the " L.K.li."-you takd no risksyit all, as others did the experiment' ing year? ag;cj. Ask Messrs. J. Uartrani and Son I'tv. Ltd.; Melbourne, to post you their catalogue N"o. 3v»(ts. It tells you all about the «; L.K.G." Milking achines, " AffaJ Laval" Crcar1 Separator, atirl the s " Felix F?rn hlvtor,
Draining College Lands DREDGE WORK TO BE CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 13 January 1915
Draining College Lands DREDGE WORK TO BE CONTINUED, A scheme was recently submitted by Mr Catani, engineer of the Pub lic Works department, for draining the College lands at Lang Lang, Between ^4000 and ,£"5000 has al ready been spent in draining, and in order to make something like 3000 acres available for closer settlement it has been found necessary to carry out further drainage. A discussion recently took place between the Public-Works, department and tha Colleges Council in"reference' tc- - — work to be carried out, and it was decided that the work of the dredge, which has been erected on the Lang Lang River, should be continued, The dredge has been operating on the eastern bank of the river, and it has been decided to remove it to the western side, and cut a new channel, leaving the present channel for thei carrying of the waters of Adams' Creek, etc; It has also been decided to erect a sea wall to prevent the tide from overflowing the College. lands, with provision for flood ...
Kooweerup Swamp Drainage. ANOTHER DEPUTATION [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 13 January 1915
Kooweerup Swamp Drainage. ANOTHER DEPUTATION When the scheme for the drainage of the Kooweerup swamp was ag reed to, it was provided that of the cost (^"55,000) ^"15,400 should be provided by the Government. The remainder was to be financed by the settlers in ratings of three divisions. The scheme has excited great differ ences of opinion, and on Monday a deputation of settlers waited on the Treasurer (Sir Alexander Peacock) ' and requested that the Government contribution .to the work should be increased to £25,400. If this were done the reduced rates of Is 8d, lOd and 5d in the £l, which had been suggested by the Water Supply Commission, cpuld be adopted. They also asked for a decisive answer as to whether the Government would be prepared to go on with the scheme submitted by the Water Commission. Sir Alexander Peacock, in reply, said that no hope could be held out of an increased, contribution. The sum of ,£"15,400 had been earmarked for the ,work. The Cabinet would decide at its...
The Forces Behind the War. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 13 January 1915
The Forces Behind the War. * By arrangement with the publisher of Dr. Fitchett's new shilling book, ''The first Three Montiia of the War," we publish this article by Dr Fitchetfc on "The Forces behind the War."— If we take the two leagues that are contending together, it will be seen that they differ completely ia the principles which they represent, and the causes for which they art, fighting.. War, when it arrives, is apE to obscure the actual reasons which called it into existence. Men, fighting to avert some peril which is near and concrete, for get the remoter causes which began the Btruggle. The French-, for in stance, made their heroic stand on the Marne to save Paris from the invading Germans. Good Germans, again, forgettiug all other issues, aro fighting desperately at the present moment to prevent the Fatherland from being invaded". But if we get down to the bottom facts it is certain that the cause for which Germany fights is fundament ally immoral : and, like everything ...