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YANNATHAN v. MODELLA. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 27 January 1915
YANNATHAN v. MODELLA. YaniiathaD scored a victory over Mc.delJa on Saturday by 88-to 50 runa. The scores are not yet to hand. . Tbe following is the Yallock team to meet Kooweerup at Yallock on Saturday. 4 &lt;*—VV Hatty, F Oospia, H BoxshalJ, A Bateson, G Harker, W Harker, 0 Leeson. D Leeson, \\r Finck, L Savage, Lineham, Emergencies — K Harker, J Casey, W Stevens, The Lang Lang team for Saturday next vill be—Blake, Tibballs, Tew, Richards, H "»Viseman, Coghlan, E Wiseman. Alloway, Dainty, O'Keefe, Browning. Emergency— Richards, jnr.
Lang Lang Police Court [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 27 January 1915
Lang Lang Police Court; Moitdax,—-Before Messrs A.- v H. Blake (Chairman), J. Garaon, D. Bourke and D, T. Henderson, J'a.P. ....... Joa., Dean v. Samuel Abrahamj charged with travelling between Nyora and Caldermeade on 10th December in a first-class comFariment on n sec» ona class ticket. . , , J; J. Handfordj conductor; deposed that defendant between Lang' Lang and Caldermeade was seated in a first class compartment. "When asked for his ticket he said it was in Hie coat in a second-class compartment, and when it was produced he offered to pay the excess fare right on to Melbourne. THere was plenty of room in the 36c>i ond class carriageo,' . . Defendant deposed that he gob out at Nyora to buy some fruit, and when there a lady said she wanted to see him to have a talk; The carriage he was travelling in was a composite firsS and second, and he went along to talk to the lady, leaving his luggage behind, He had not been three minutes there when the conductor came along,' He offered ...
Church Services, SUNDAY NEXT. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 27 January 1915
Church Services, Sunday Next, , Catholic Churcji.—Mass at Kuotfeerrip II a.m, Lang Lang 9. - JPresbyteria?.' Church, — Lang Lang ?.30, Kooweerup 3, Yannathan 11, Mr N. M. Jaboor. Kooweerup 7.30, supply, . Methodist Church.—Yallock 11, Lang Eang 3, Yannathan 7.30, Mr Five Mile 7,30, Mr Wright, Church of England—Lang Lang 11, Yallock 3, Eev. G, W. Pricket.
POSTAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 27 January 1915
POSTAL NOTES Postal netea may be obtained at any post office payable at Money Order offices in this Sate, South Australia Queensland' and Tasmania. The following are th« denominations of the notes nnd the priceg charged for them— Is $d, Is 6d Jd," 2s Id, 2s 6d Id, 3s Id, 3s 6d Id, 4s 1J, 4s 6d Id, .folfd. Is 2d, 10a 3d, 15s 3d. 20s 3d.
Yallock Bazaar. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 27 January 1915
YaHock Bazaar. j Attention is directed to the forthcom ing bazaar in the Yallock Hall on Feb ruary 4, 5' and 6, the proceeds' of which will be devoted to the reduction of the debt on the .building fund. An attractive display is in contemplation, and the vari ous workers are putting forth effort. to make the result satisfactory,'
General Information STAMP DUTIES [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 27 January 1915
General Information STAMP DUXIE3 Duties on bills of exchange and promi* Gory notes not exceeding £23 6d. £50 Is, £75 Is 6d, £100 2s. For every additional £50 or fractional part thereof Is The duty on a bill of exchange payable on demand or on presentation or at aipht ia Id. payable at any future date 6d and upwards according to value Cheques Id - Receipts for payment of £2 or upward* Id Lease or agreement for lease of lands or 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 £50 or fractional part thereof 2 6 _ (&lt;s) For every transfer or assignment of any lease 5 0 Exemptions Draft or order drawn upon any other banker in Victoria for settling accounts only Government cheques Draft for transmission of money between Government departments Withdrawing money from any post office or other savings bank Government or municipal debentures Cheques drawn by an...
Lang Lang Beach. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 27 January 1915
Lang Lang Beach. j Owing to the almost daily improve ment of the beach at the Red Bluff and jetty, a large number of picnick ers viait these places every Sunday^ On Sunday next .the tide will be jtull i at about 1 o'clock, and will not bp very, favorable for an outing. Visitors, ,to( tb.e bay in future should bring with them a supply of fresh water, as the tan! at the jetty is quifie dry;,'
POSTAL RATES [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 27 January 1915
POSTAL RATES Letters (this Stale) for every •J 02 or under Id Packets— Cimmereial nnd printed papers, maximum weight olb, dim ensions not to exceed 2ft in length, lft in depth nr width—for every 2 oz or fraction thereof Id Patterns and samples, packets and merchandise, etc. maximum lib. dimensions not to exceed 2ft in length, lft in width or depth, rate of postage for every 2 oz or fract ion thereof Id Books—For every 4 oz or undex up to 51b Id Newspapers— For every newspaper }d Vo&t Cards—each Id Letter Cards—tfJD cards 2}d Registration fee - 3d Letters marked 'Urgent' and bearing fid additional stamps will be treated in the same manner as telegrams and delivered with the utmi>Bt 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 -J ounce or under to United King...
THE POWER OF ADVERTISING. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 27 January 1915
fHK POWER OF ADVERTISING. A man never realises the fu!l benefits of advertising tiil he has placed thfl matter before t lie same people 50 or 100 tun.a. The lirat .»'!• is good, buc the 100. h 5s wor !i ni-.r-i that 600 times aa much ns the firt. Some one ha^ said the first time a ina i looks at an advertisement he doe* not se"_ it» 'ihf second time he does not notitit , it. The third ti/ne he is dimly conscious Of it. The fourth time he fairly remembers fcomethitig jf the kind befor&lt;;. | Tho fifth time he. half reads it. The sixth time Le turns up his no:* at it. The seventh time he throws tile papux down impatiently. The eighth time he ejac\ilates: "There is the conioundcd Ihing. again." , The ninth time he urmdei-s if there is anything in it. • • The tenth time ho thinks it might be possible to suit somebody else's easr TTie eleventh time he thinks ho wll! Ask hiB neighbour if he has tried it oi knows anything about it. The "twelfth time he wonders if-thi confounded ad...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 3 February 1915
THE GUARDIAN Fulfils all these Reauirt merits ADVERTISING. There is no Business that cannot be Benefited by live, judicious advertis ing. In country towns the people in business sometimes say, "Why should I advertise ? Everybody knows where I am and what I sell." But that is an error. It can be proved erroneous by the Railway and Coach manifests and the parcels post lists at any provincial centre in which the local business men fail to realise the need for keeping the people in touch -q-jth all they h-ive to sell and how they s«ll it. It is safe to assert that by tar the greater part of the goods that tome from the cities through mail orders could be obtained locally oT as good quality and as cheaply as the city houses can supply. But people need to be educated up to this, and it is through the advertising column® of the Looal Newspaper that the education can be effected. Moreover the Business man's announcement in the Local Newspaper is a standing invitation to do business with him...
THE LANG LANG GUARDIAN Published every Wednesday Afternoon—3d per copy [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 3 February 1915
THE LANG LANG GUARDIAN 1 Published every Wednesday Afternoon—3d per copy No Resident of the District CAN AFFORD to do without his District News paper. It is tlxfl only means by whiah the people of the district can keep in touch Tviih the affairs in which they are personally interested. The City dailies and weeklies are all very well for tho&> wllo wish to keep posted upon affairs of State and of the world. But does not a comparatively trifling ©verb in o-ur own neighbourhood loom mucii larger in our eyes than the downfall of a nation on the other side of the world? The local newspaper that gives all the flews 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 of all who take a healthy interest id their surroundings. In addition "to the personal claim the district Newspaper possesses it gives very real advantages from a business standpoint. Whether in business in ihe town or o...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 3 February 1915
Why force Children io take castor oil *»» "LAXETTES" fife e|ually as effective fltld IS ipleasant a& A ehoeoiate cream. AH shetuists and 6tof§keej36rs, l/- arid 8/0i ©f £§wen & Co., SwaHstott-sfci fn* ggtcpta THE With which is incorporated THE CRANBOURHE HERALD. The Yannatha,n Argiis The Kooweerup Tribune The Yallock Thunderer The Tooradin Intelligencer The Clyde Mercury The Nyora Jnterprstei' Published Weekly, —Every WEDNESDAY Afternoon-" Circulating— Extensively throughout the Districts & LANG LANG YANNATHAN YALLOCK ' - KOOWEERUP TOORADIN CRANBOURNE 1 A Paper Devoted to the interests and advancement of tliis important District, Particularly-^ The Varioup Departments of the Dairjing, Producing, Breeding ,and Grazing Industries. The Subscription^ la a mere Bagatelle, especially ^vhen yoU I might get pound's worth of information in one copy. Only a shilling a month 3^ Per Quarter 1 N ADVERTISING MEDIUM. A Fine, Bright Advertising Sheet for Business people and ...
Church Services. SUNDAY NEXT. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 3 February 1915
Church. Services, SusMy Is*ext. Catholic Church..—Mass at Kuoweerup 9 a.m. Lang Lang 11. Presbyterian Church, — Lang Lang 11, Kootfeerup 3, Yannathan 7.30, Mr N. M. Jaboor. . Methodist Church.—Yallock 7.30, Mr Perry. Five Mile 11, Cora Lynn 3, Boo weerup 7,30, Mr Nichols. Church of England—Yannathan 11, Yallock 3, Lang Lang 7.30, Rev. G-, W. Pricket
GRAIN. Tuesday, Feb. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 3 February 1915
G It A I N. Tuesday, Feb. 2. Wheat—-This is firm at nominally 7/9' but there is not much offering . Oats—These are much firmer, and best feed is scarce at 4/7, medium 4/6; milling and seed higher Barley—Choice malting 6/ lo 6/1, good 5/6 to 5/9, cape 4/3 to 4/7 Maize—The market is steady at 5/2, es: rail or store Chaff—This remains firfti afc from £7 151 to £7 17/6 for prime samples. Medium is much easier, and prices range down to £7 Onions—Brown Spanish are now ar riving fairly freely; biit there is hot much demand. Prime samples are clearing slowly at £7 10/ Potatoes—The market has eased again, and to-day prime Carmeris are only worth £3
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 3 February 1915
Carelessness in drying and exposure in •■old weather will ruin the nicest hands. The skin gets rough and hard, and even cracks and bleeds, and the cold enters every time the wound opens anew. Zam BuU is a pleasant and powerful skin healer. If Zam-Buk be rubbed in. and an old glove worn at night, the skin may be kept soft and white all winter. Zani Buk has the great advantage of being absolutely pure and easily absorbed, and therefore highly healing. Rub it inA "Your Zam-Buk has done ray hands more pooi than anything I have yet trieti"," says Miss M. [. Romand, of Sunny Sid'Vineyard, Forbes, N.S.W. fall chemists and store t for 1,6 per tax; family its*, 6 (nearly four times the quantity); or direct for ia&lt;n» eeU frm th* Zam-Buk Cc., Pitt St-, Sjiruf,
PRODUCE EEPORT The Gippsland & Northern Cooperative Selling Co. Ltd. report Jan. 28— [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 3 February 1915
PRODUCE EEPORT The Gippsland & Northern Cooperative Selling Co. Ltd. report Jan. 28— Butter—The market remains steady at unchanged rates, choicest realising 1/2, choice 13sd to 13fd, and prime at 1/1, poor lots down to 12^d, separators llgd t> 1/ Cheese—Production is deceasing, and the market is firm, loaf and mediums are worth 7d, medium qualities Gd to (i.jd, semi-matured 7£d to 8d, matured 9d to lOcl 3£ggs—Line quantities coming to hand, and an advance took place this week of 2d per dozen. Ordinaries fetching 1/1 to 1/2, privates 1/3, specials to I/-ii Bacon—Light sides lOd to I0.jd, medi ums 9M, heavies 9d, middles lid. jackets 9id. Hams—Sido lid, bagged 1/ Lard—Bulk 7|d, packets 7fd
Cricket. SATURDAY'S MATCHES. MODELLA v. LANG LANG. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 3 February 1915
Cricket. SATURDAY'S MATCHES. MODELLA v. I.AN6 LANG. It would appear after last Saturday that the element of uncertainty prevails as strongly in cricket as in any other aport. As a result of the above match", Lang Lang supporters have, to use a popular expres sion, been ' 'struck speechless," The teaic visited Modella in high hopes of victory, for it seemed impossible that they, the lead ing team, should be in danger from oppon ents who were lowest on the list, But Modella, after disposing of Lang Laug for 42, took the bat and totalled 114 for f wickets, Two nice innings were played by E. Wiseman (23 not out) for Lang Lang, and \ Lugton (72 not out) for Modella. Fuller paiticnlars below:— Lang Lang. K Tew, b Lineham 0 H Wiseman, c Lugton b tifceham 1 W Tibballs, run out - 6 E Richards, 1 b w, b McDonald 0 W Browning, b McDonald 2 E Wiseman, not oat 23 A Allosvay, b McDonald 3 A Blake, b Cromb 5 J Coghlan, c F Cole b Cromb 0 H Daiuty, c McDonald b Lugton 2 F O'Keefe, b Lugton 0 Sundri...
YALLOCK v. KOOWEERUP. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 3 February 1915
YALLOCK v, KOOWBERUP. Following up their recent successes over Modella and Tooradin, Yallock had an easy victory over Koow^erupj winning by 121 runs. Kooweerup batted first and only reached 41 runs. Heffernan (19) played a lively iunings, and was the only batsman to reach double figures, Hatty bowled well, getting 6 wickets for LI run3 in 7 overs. Crespin and Finck opened up well for Yallock aud 32 runs were scored before the first wicket foil. Crespiu played a chanceless innings for 55 and hit 8 fours Hatty after being let off twica, batted well for 38 and hit one G. Savage played care fully and carried bis bat for 34 net out. Binder bowled well for Kooweerup, getting 5 wickets for 32 runs. Following are de tails of scores:— KoowEEHirr. R, Stanfield, b A Bateaon 0 YV Woods, b VV flatty 6 B Stantiehl, run out 2 "J Heffernan, c G Hrkr b Hatty 19 W Thomson, c G Hrkr b Finck 8 J Preston, b Hatty 0 M Dalley, b Hatty 0 J Gray, b Finck 0 \V Mortenson, b Hatty 3 L Biuder, not out 1 T Burho...