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LANG LANG TEAM.—"GENTLEMEN" v. PLAYERS. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 13 January 1915
LANG LANG TEAM.—"Gkntlemen" v. Platers. The above match provided some amuse ment at the Show grounds on Saturdays and also a good deal of exercise for the '^gentle n.en," The players' batsmen are apt to be jubilant over "how we banged 'the muga' about," but they should be reminded that with ordinarily good fielding their total would have been reduced by two thirds, as there were many simple catches missed, Particulars below:— Gentlemen.—McGuiness, b Tibballs 14' H Dainty, c S Wiseman b Tibballs 10, F Keighery, c Richards b Tibballs 0. S Welsh, b Tibballs 0* Blythe, b Wiseman 0. Larkius, b Tibballs 0. T Jennings, b Tib balls 2, W Browning, c E Wiseman b Rich ards 13. R Gray, b Glasscock 4. Welsh, b Tibballs 1, Cuthbert, b Tibballs 0. Burke, b Tibballs 5. B Stevenson, c C Keighery 5, friekett, c and b Richards 0, O'Keefe b Richards 0. Reiger, c H Wise raa& b Tibballs 5- Hunt, b Tibballs 0, Glover, b Tibballs 0. Larkins, b Richards 2; Eighteen wickets for 61. Bowling—Allo way 0...
Cricket. SATURDAY'S MATCHES. YANNATHAN v. KOOWEERUP. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 13 January 1915
Cricket. SATURDAY'S MATCHES. YANNATHAN v. KOOWEERUP. Taking advantage of a bye day, the ab ove teams decided the game abandoned; by them at the coiiimencement of the season. Yarinathan won easily by more than an innings Scores— Yannathan'. Patullo. c R Preston b Dalley 13 Pritchard, c and b Morrison 17 Edwards, b Heffernan 15 Cozens, c Stanfield b Dalley 3 Glasscock, b Morrison 3 Donaldson, 1 b w b Heffernaii 6 Rogers, c and b J Preston . 5 Gardiner, b J Preston 2 Currie, not out 25 Elder, c Heffernan b J Preston 3 Piioi, c and b J Preston 1 Sundries 2 Total 95 Bowling—Dalley 2 for 26, Gray 0 for 12, Morrison 2 for 11, Hefforrian 2 for 26, J Pieston 4 for 17 Kooweerup. R Stanfield, b Donaldson 2 Callanan, b Cozens 2 .Woodfe, b Donaldson 9 Heffernan, run out 0 Dalley, b Cozens 3 j Morrison, b Donaldson 1 J Preston, rr.n out 3 Gray, c Patullo b Donaldson 0 Burhop, b Donaldson 1 Morteuson, c Donaldson b Cozens 1 R. Preston, not-out 0 Sundries 4 Total 26 Bowling—-Cousins 3 for 11-, Dona...
THE POWER OF ADVERTISING. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 13 January 1915
£BE POWER OF ADVERTISING. A man never realises the full benefits of advertising tiii he has placcd ih« matter before the same people 50 or 100 times. The first. ;ul. is good, but the lUOth is vronh moro tliat 600 times aa much as the firbt. Some ono lias said the first time ft man looks at an advertisement he doe« not se« it. The second time he does not notict it. The third time lie is dimJy consfeioUs of it.' The fourth time he fairly remembers Bomet'-liuig'jf-the kind ..before. Tho fifth time he half reads it. The sixth time Le turns up bis rio^ at it. The soveiith time lie ihrotys the. papei down impatiently. The eighth time he ejaculates: " There is t.lie confoundcd thing again." The ninth time he wonders if there is anything in it. The tenth tinu: he thinks it ir.Igh: be possible to suit somebody else's case The eleventh time he thinks lie wilJ ask his neighbour if he has tried it or knows anything about it. The twrlfth time he wonders if the confounded advertiser can make it p...
POSITIONS OF THE TEAMS [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 13 January 1915
POSITIONS OP THE TEAMS Played Won Lost Dr'n P'nls Tooradin G* 5 1 0 20 Lang Lang 7 5 2 0 20 Yannathan 7 5 2 0 20 Koooweernp 7 2 5 0 8 Modelia 6* 2 i 0 8 Yallock 7 1 6 0 4 * Ma tch abandoned. To be played at end of season if necessary The following is the Yallock team to meet Modelia at Yallock on Saturday next; —W Hatty, F Crespinj H Boxahallj R Harker, G Harker, W Harker, C Leeaon, D Leeaon, W Finck, L Savage, J Casey. Emergencies— W Stevens, R Henry, D Harker. Practice Thursday and Friday [ evening, The Lang Lang team for Saturday next will be—Blake, Glasscock, Tibb lis, Tew, Richards, Hi Wiseman, Coghlan, E Wise man; C Keigheryj Alloway; Smith. Emer gencies—Dainty, O'Keefe.
POSTAL BATES [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 13 January 1915
POSTAL RATES Letters (this State) for every ½ oz or under .... 1d Packets—Commercial and printed papers, maximum weight 5lb, dim- ensions not to exceed 2ft in length, 1ft in depth or width—for every 2 oz or fraction thereof .... 1d Patterns and samples, packets and merchandise, etc. maximum 1lb. dimensions not to exceed 2ft in length, 1ft in width or depth, rate of postage for every 2 oz or fract- ion thereof .... 1d Books—For every 4 oz or under up to 5lb .... 1d Newspapers—For every newspaper .... ½d Post Cards—each .... 1d Letter Cards—two cards .... 2½d Registration fee .... 3d Letters marked 'Urgent' and bearing 6d additional stamps will be treated in the same manner as telegrams and delivered with the utmost despatch if addressed to persons in the radius of the delivery by telegraph messenger. To New South Wales, New Zealand, Fiji, Queensland, South Australia, Tasma- nia, Western Australia—Same charges as in Victoria, &nbsp; &nbsp; British and Foreign Postage—L...
POSTAL RATES [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 20 January 1915
POSTAL KATES liettera (this Stale) for oVery 4 02 or under -Id Packet*—Commercial and printed papers, maximum weight 51b, dim ensions not to exceed 2ft in length, lft In depth or width—for every 2 oz or fraction thereof Id Patterns and samples, packets and merchandise, eto. maximum lib. dimensions not to exceed 3ft in length, lft in width or depth, rate of postage for every 2 oz or fraot ion thereof Id Books—For every 4 oz or under tip to 31b Id Newspapers—For every newspaper id Po&t Cards—each Id Letter Cards—tfro cards 2Jd Registration fee 3d Letters marked 'Urgent' and bearing tfd additional stamps will be treated in the some manner as telegrams and delivered with the utmost despatch if addressed to persons in the radius of the delivery by telegraph messenger To' New South "Wales, New Zealand. Fiji. Queensland. South Australia. Tasma nia, Western Australia—Same charges aa in Victoria -- - British and Foreign "Postage—Letters — For every ^ ounce or under to United Kingdom ...
POSTAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 20 January 1915
POSTAL NOTES Postal netes may be obtained at any post office payable at Money Order offices In this Sate, Sooth Australia Queensland and Tasmania. The following are tht denominations of the notcB and the prices charged for them— Is jd, Is 6d $d, 2s Id, 2s 6d Id, 3« Id, 3s 6d Id, 4b Id, 4s 6d Id, Cslfd. 1b 2d, lOi 3d, 15s 3d. 20s 3d.
General Information. STAMP DUTIES [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 20 January 1915
General Informatioa. STAMP DUTIES Duties on bills of exchange and promia gory notes not exceeding £25 6d. £30 lk £75 Is 6d, £100 2a, For every additional £50 or fractional part thereof 18 The duty on a bill of exchange payabto on demand or ou presentation or at sipht is Id, payable at any future date 6d and upwards according to value Cheques Id Receipts for payment of £2 or apwardl Id Lease or agreement for lease of lands of 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 fraetional part thereof 2 6 (c) For every transfer or assignment of any lease 5 O Emmptions Draft or order drawn upon any other banker in Victoria for settling accounts only Government ohecjues Draft for transmission of money between Government departments Withdrawing money from any post office or other savings bank . Government or mouicipal debentures Cheques drawn by any officer of...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 20 January 1915
Tur LANG LANG GUARDIAN Published ev.ry Wednosday Afternoon—3d per copy No Resident of the District CAN AFFORD to do without his District News . r $aper. It is the only means by whiah the 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.i wll o wish to keep posted upon affairs of State and of the world. But does not a comparatively trifling event in our own neighbourhood loom much larger in our eyes than the downfall of a Cation on the other side of the world? The local newspaper that gives all the news of its own town and District— all the doings of its people and the hap penings—is therefore the Newspaper that holds first place in the regard ol all who take a healthy interest in their surroundings. In addition to the personal claim the district Newspaper possesses it gives rery real advantages from a business standpoint. Whether in business in the town or on -fee land it is o...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 20 January 1915
DEATH, Gse'en—On tho 15th inst, at the Alfred Hospital, May, the beloved wife of Private A. H. Green, of second contin gent, and second beloved daughter of George and M. A. Bonney, of Grant ville, aged 30 years. By an error in our last issue the price of the accepted contract (J. B, Knight) for 350 cubic yards fine gravel on main Westernport road was given at £25 10s, instead of £52 10s. A truck of pigs and calves will be des patched from Lang Lang by Scott and Co. on Monday. Attention is directed to a forthcoming clearing sale on account of Mr A. H. Blake, as advertised by Alex. Scott & Go. The sale will bo held on on Thursday, 28th inst, and Mr Blake is disposing of his "Quamby" grade Jersey herd. Attention is directed to the bazaar in aid of the Yallock Mechanics' Institute, to be held on February 4th, 5th and 6th. The proceeds will go towards the liquida tion of the building fund debt, and a big effort is to be made to greatly reduce the same. Particulars are given of th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 20 January 1915
THE LANG LANS I With which is incorporated THE CRANBOURHE HERALD. The Yannathan Argus The Kooweerup Tribune The Yallock Thunderer The Todradin intelligencer The Clyde Mercury •the Nyora Interpreter Published Weekly, —Every WEDNESDAY Afternoon— Circulating— Extensively throughout the Diatrwts of LANG LANG YANNATHAN YALLOCK KOOWEERUP TOORADIN CBANBOURNB A Paper Devoted to the interests and advancement of this important pistriofc. Particularly— The Various Departments of the Dairjmg, producing, Breeding and Grazing Industries. The Subscription-^ I. a mere Bagatelle, especially when you might get pound's worth of information in one copy. Only a shilling a month gfcs I^er Quarter, ■ 0 — IN ' j ADVERTISING MEDIUM. A Fine, Bright Advertising Sheet for Business people and all Wno have any thing to Duy or sell, BECAUSE - It circulates, it is read, it goes into the homes and comes snto touch with the people, REMEMBER—An Advertisement is a cheap SALESMAN in print, Recognising— That the Distric...
Kooweerup Swamp Drainage. STATE CABINET'S DECISION. WORK TO BE UNDERTAKEN, [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 20 January 1915
fCooweerup Sw&rtip Drainage. STATE CABINET'S DECISION. . WORK TO BE UNDERTAKEN, The State Cabinet reached a decision on Wednesday last regarding the drainage of Eooweerup Swamp. - Over IS months ago it was decided to transfer the work from the Public Works department to the Water Commission, and the Commission ers drew up a scheme to cost £55,000, and recommended the creation of a flood pro tection district. The Ministry at that time proposed to contribute £6937 to wards the cost of the main drain, but the settlers objected that the sum was inade quate. Some held that the Government should bear the whole cost ; others that it should pay a larger contribution, and some others that parts of the district should be exempted. Later, the Watt Ministry decided to increase the gfattt from £6937 to £15,400, and also that the rates should be 2/, i/, and 6d, according to the benefit received from. .the scheme by various parts of the district. If the work cost more the State would pay t...
Cricket. SATURDAY'S MATCHES. LANG LANG v, YANNATHAN. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 20 January 1915
Cricket. SATURDAY'S MATCHES. LANG LANG v, YANNATHAN. As was expected,'the above piatch at the show grouuds on Saturday drewgood crick«t from both sides, and provided an intensely exciting finish. The result might be de scribed as "a win for Lang Lang by three minutes." Despite a torrid temperature of 103 degrees, there was quite a laige attend | ance for a cricket match, there being also a number of ladies present. The visi j tors won the toss and sent Lang Lang to the wickets. The home team's unfavorable opening of 2 wickets for 7 runs was retriev ed by a strdfcg stand by Glasscock and Tib balls, The latter forced the pace and in less than half an hour got to 44 (7 4's) with only one chance before being given out in a very close run to crease. Glasscock contin ued on to 17 in conjunction with JS Wise than (15), the sixth wicket dropping at 64, I 7th at 81, and 9lh at 86. Blake and Cogh lan (11) held tho bowling to 5 over the cen tury, when Coghlan skied a ball and was caught by Pri...
Church Services, SUNDAY NEXT. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 20 January 1915
Church Services, strrffcay Next, Catholic Church.—Mass at Kooweerup 9 a.m. Lang Lang 11. Church of England—Itooiveer up 11, Yallock 3, Lang Lang 7i30, Bev. G-, W. Pricket. Presbyterian Church, — Lang Lang 11, Kooweerup 3; Yannathan 7.30, Mr N. M. Jaboor. Methodist Church. — 7.30, Five Mile 11, Cora Lynn 3, Mr Nichols. Yannathan il, Mr Melgaard,
KOOWEFRUP v. TOORADTN, [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 20 January 1915
KOOWEFRUP sr. TOORADTN, Kooweerup and Tooradin played at the latter'd ground on Saturday last, the result being a draw. Kooweerup wore first to bat, and with 166 for six wickets, closed their innings, Tooradin naturally played for a draw,.and were successful, ti re being up when they had 9 men ouj for 70 Kooweerup. B Stanfield, c aud b White 46 YV Woods,c Basau b White 35 "VV Thomson, c Basan b Hopkins 35 J Preston, b Hopkins 10 Dalley, b White 11 Callanan, not out 11 Staufield, b White 7 Suudries 11 Six wickets for 166 Innings declares! closed. Bowling—H Kernot 0 lor 28, Hopkins 2 for 40, C Searlo 0 for 11, White 4 (or 58, L Poole 0 for 12, P Poole 0 for 6. Iooradin, T White, c Burhop b Thomson 0 F Poole, b Stanfield 0 H Basan, c M'ris'n b J Preston 15 W Woods, c Woods b Thomson 1 L Poole, b Dalley 5 C Seavle, not out 14 j Hopkins, c Heffernan b D'ley 18 H Kernot, not out 0 H Hardy, b Thomson 7 E Gladstones, b Staufield . 1 W Lee, c and b Thon_son 12 Snndiie3 3 (Time called.) •tota...
Principles of Mannring LECTURE AT LANG LANG. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 20 January 1915
Principles of Mann ring LECTURE AT LAtfG LANG. An interesting and in formative lecture on the above subject was given in the Lang Lang ball on Tuesday ev ening, 12th, by Mr Temple. Smith, of Deportment of Agriculture. There was a small attendance. The lecture was illustrated by lantern riews, Mr W. 0* Greaves occupied the chair, The Lecturer said on account of the lateness of the hour he intended to cut his remarks pretty abort, but he hoped to give a few points as to getting t.he land into a state of fertility and im proving their yields and bank balances, It was necessary to get a grasp of the means by which plants lived, and it would be news to some of them that crops took 95 per cent, of their nour ishment from the air and the remain ing 5 per cent, from the soil, and it was in relation only to this 5 per cent, that we could influence the crops. 95 per cent, of the nourishment was taken in the form of carbonic acid gas, and the other principal chemicals wsre nit rogen, phosphori...
YALLOCK v. MODELIA. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 20 January 1915
^ALLGCK v. modku.a.. | After several defeats, Yallock asserted themselves on Saturday, and were success ful against Modella, winning by 67 runs. 'It is pleasing to note how many of the team j helped to reach their total of 88s Details of the game below— "Modella. A Cromb, b Finck 0 H Lugton, b (x Harker 0 H Knight, c L Savage b Casey 8 R Hughes, c Casey b Finck 0 C McDonald-, c Henry b Finck 0 W (jrayj b G Harker 1 S* Cole, ruii otit 3 M Dorau, b Caspy 0 C Burrows, b D Leeson 3 J Shaw, b D Leeson 0 G Jamison, not out 1 Sundries . 5 Total 21 Bowling—W Finck 3 tfor 4, G Harker 2 for 2, C Leeson 0 for 3, W Hatty 0 for 4, W Harker 0 for 0, J Casey 2 for 1* D Leeson 2 for 2 Yalloce." F Crespin, b McDonald L Savage, b McDonald " ^ W Harker, b McDonald 0 W Hatty, b Cromb 16 H Boxhall, c and b Cromb 16 W Finck, c Lugton b Cromb 7 G Harker, c Cole b Lugton 10 D Leeson, not out 19 R Henry, b Cromb 2 J Casey, b McDonald 0 * C Leeson, b McDonald 0 Total 88 Bowiing—W Gray 0 for 23, C McDonald 5 ...