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SATURDAY NEXT'S MATCHES [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 17 February 1915
§ATiJRDA.Y NEXT'S MATCHES! Yannathan v. Laog Lang, Modella v. Yallock, Kooweerup v. Tooraditi. Matches on ground of firafc-named clubs. The struggle between the two loading teams, LaDg Lang and Yanna than, is expected to be very ardent. These teams have met twice and each has had a win. The following is the Yallcrck. team to meet . Modelia on Saturday next —W Hatty, F Crespin, H Boxahall, A Batoson, G Harker, D Harker, C Leeson, R Leeson, W Finck, L Savage, W Lineharu Emergencies—R Harker, Henry, J Casey The Lang Lang team for Saturday next will be—Blake, Tew, Gla'xseock, Tibballa, Richards, H Wiseman, Coghlan, Eason, C Keighery. Alkw.iy, E VViseman. Emer gencies—Dainty, O'Keefe.
LANG LANG SHOW A GOOD EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 17 February 1915
LANG LANG SHOW A GOOD EXHIBITION. The combined effects of the war and the drought failed to put any serious damper on the Lang Lang Show, held in the Society's grounds on Thursday last. The unexpected in this case happened. It was thought that possibly the depression resulting from these two hostile fac* tors might create a scarcity of ent ries, and that possibly, seeing that the Show was favored with almost perfect weather, there would be no falling oft in attendance. However, these anticipations were falsified. The entries were in excess of last year, numbering close on 1000, but the attendance showed a falling off of about £5, the takings at the gate amounting to ^35. This result was rather disappointing, but it did not interfere; materially with the success of the Show, which was financially satisfactory, while the number and quality of the exhibits maintained the high traditions of the society as a good exhibition all round. The cool and pleasant weather, more over, made the Sh...
KOOWEERUP v. MODELLA. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 17 February 1915
KOOWEERUP y. MODELLA. Kooweerup proved altogether too good for Modella on Saturday, when they ran their total up to 132, and confined their opponents' tally to 31, For the winners Eason got 68 a&d Binder 28, while none of Modella's nine men got past the units. KoowEEEUf. H Sfcanfield, c sub b Lineham 0 W Thomson, c sub b Lineham 0 BStanfield, h w, b McDonald 7 J Preston, b Luit-ham 8 W Easoo, c su:> b Lugton 68 L Binder., b~"Liigtnu 28 Callanan. b Lugton 9 Gray, c Bub b Lugton 2 J Heffernan, c Knight b Gray 5 E Preston, b Gray 1 H Bicket^ not out 1 Sundries 3 —Total 132 Bowling.—Lineham 3 for 25, W Gray 2 for 35, McDonald 1 for 18, A Lugton 4 for 21 Modella. H Knight, b Binder 2 A Lugton, c ileff'rn'n b Binder 7 C McDonald, o Bicket b Binder 1 W Gray, 1 b w, b Gray 5 G Wilson, not out 3 E Hughes, c Binder b Preston 7 R Shaw, c E Stanf'd b Preston 0 G Lineham, b Binder 0 Sundries 6 Seven for 31 (All batSriien out. Three short). Bowling—L Binder 4i for 10, J Gray 1 for 15, ...
Church Services. SUNDAY NEXT. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 17 February 1915
Church Services, suisday Next. Catholic Church.—Mass at Kooweerup 11 a.m, Lang Lang Presbyterian Church. — Lang Lang 11, Kooweerup 3, Yannathan 7.30, Mr N. M. Jaboor. Church df England—Yannathan 11. Yallock 3, Lang Lang 7.30, Rev. G-, W. Pricket. Methodist Church. — Yailock 7,30, Mission Band. Five-Mile 11, Cora Lynn 3, Kooweerup 3, Mr Nichol,
Lang Lang Raees, ON FRIDAY. The following are the weights for the Lang Lang races on Friday next—Trial Handicap, 5 furlongs. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 17 February 1915
Lang Lang Raees, t « ON FftlDAY. The following are the weights for the Lang Lang races on Friday next— Trial Handicap, 5 furiongs. Icarian 9.3, Williams' Picture 8 8, Tormore 8.7, Qaloforo 8.5, Gallaptry 7.9, "Well Away 7.7, Worrough 7.0, Lady Pomander 6.7. Novelty Pony Eace, 13,2 a.n., 4 fur. Uneeda 10.5, Lrttle Jack 10.0, Myradale 9.5, Wee Pat 9.4, Decoy 8.13, Nada 8.10, Acacia 8.5, Cyclone 7.13, Echo 7.13, Almond Bush 7.12, Flambeau 7.9, Galtie More 7.7, Bonny Mary 7.7, Bob 7.5, Tarwilla 7,5, The Snail 7.4, Molly 7.4, Little Phylis 7.3, Sourine 6 10, Little Brook 6 7, Raja hette 6.7, Melba 6.7, Doris 6.7, Fnlga 6.7, Bell Yiew 6.7, Lang Lang Handicap, 1 mile. Tramonto 9.0, Lady Jane 8.7, Thuadershuck 8.6. Mill no S 0, Tormore 7.12, Artillery Bill 7.10, Royal Banner 7.5, Bianchi 7.5, Worrougli 6.7, Flying Handicap, 6 fur. Tramoato 9 0, Lady Jane 8.7, Wil liams' Picture 7 13, Royal Baaner 7.0, Tornia 6.12. PubTican'a Purse, 7 fur. MilK»o 9.0, Williams Picture 8.13, Tormore 8 12,Galo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 17 February 1915
^Chii Bank is open for all classes of GENERAL BACKING BUSINESS »t EQUITABLE BUILDING, bOLLIIMS STREET, MELBOURNE 'Also at Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, Hobart, TCrisbane, Uockhampton, Townsville, 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 vcrid. Bill; uejroiinted or forwarded for collection. Banking and Exchange Business of ever? description transacted V/ithin Common wealth,. United Kingdom and abroad. Current acco'tln^a opened. Interest paii on fixed deposit*. Advances mad* against approved securities. ♦ SAVINGS BANK- DEPARTMENT Victorian Central Offico: 317 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE. Branches in the abort 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 be mads at any Branch or Agency within'the Commonwealth "FAME'S KELL Detctt Govxrso*. Janu%rv, 191...
Lang Lang Police Court [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 24 February 1915
Lang Lang Police Court Mokday. ^-Before Messrs Jos. Carson and D. T, Henderson, J.sP. Police v. John Byan, charged with playing an unlawful game, to wit, the thimble and pea game, at the Lang Lang Show. Accused pleaded guilty. Constable Orgill deposed that he arres ted accused when he found him operating this trick on a small t&ble cn the Show grounds, Accused was locked up and subsequently released oii bail. Accused pleaded for leniency, and. said he had a wife and five. children. He could only get occasional work at odd jobs. He brought with him a man who had employed him, and would testify to his character. .. Accused was fined.!()/, ,w.ifch 1/6 costs. Mr I. H, iWt, of Loch, met with an unfortunate accident last week while out shooting. He had just fired when the breech flew open arid the powder flew into his eyes. The injured man was at tended by l)r Nay lor, and is progressing as well as 6an be expected.
Sudden Death at Lang Lang. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 24 February 1915
Sudden Death at Lang - Lang. 0 On Sunday afternoon last a very re grettable and sudden death took place at Lang Lang, the victim being Mr Garibal di C. Gore, who has been employed for a considerable time as groom at the Palace Hotel. The deceased, who was 55 years of age, was apparently in his usual state of health, though he had suff ered in the past from rheumatic fever, leaving his constitution somewhat im paired. He had been attending to his customary duties up to the time of his decease', and it appeals that at about 4.30 p.m. he was standing in the billi ard room, when he was seen by Messrs O'Ksefe and Bingham (who had just driven in to' Lang Lang to get a horse left at the hotelJ to fall on his knees. He expired immediately, the cause of death being heart failure. Mr Gore, or "Garry," as he was familiarly known, was populcir with all who knew him, being of a bright and cheerful disposition, and quite a shock was caused by his sudden end. Constable Cole reported the par ticula...
A Severe Storm. MAN STRUCK BY LIGHTNING [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 24 February 1915
A Severe Storm. MAN STRUCK BY LIGHTNING On Saturday afternoon last a sfbrih of unprecedented violence swept across :tbe district, and was particularly sev ere at Yannatban. All day the weath er had been threatening, and thund er snowers which visited other parts of the district left this locality untouch ed. But at about i o'clock, while about 30 ladies and gentlemen were witnessing a cricket match in Mr Stewart's paddock between the Lang Lang and Yannathan teams, a densely black cloud, lit up'constantly by vivid flashes of lightning, -was seen ap proaching from the south-west. When the first drops ot rain fell players and spectators left the field for the shelt er of the Mechanics' Hall, and while there the storm burst, and for about ten miuutes the elements were in almost indescribable tumult, A hur ricane blew jinkers about the hall yard, and everything in the shape of boxes acd loose timber was lifted by its violence. Then something in the nature of a cloud-burst descended, and ...
HOTEL AT KOOWEERUP. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 24 February 1915
HOTEL AT KOOWEERUP. Tenders are invited up to Saturday for tiie work of erecting a two-story brick hotel at Kooweerup for Mr D. McNam ara. Residents of the district are pleased to notice that Mr McNamara is losing no time since the granting of his license in taking steps to erect the first-class hotel which he promises to build.
Dandenong Bacon Factory. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 24 February 1915
Dandenong Bacon Factory. ■ . Shareholders in the Bandeoong Bacon Factory will be pleased to hear that the position of the company is brighter than at any time since its in* caption, 6nd the directors hope at the next annual meeting to present a state ment of affairs that will be very en couraging to the shareholders. The quality of the bacon ia all that could be desired, and meets with a ready sale, The management would like a larger supply of pigs, and whilst a number of loyal suppliers send a good portion of their pigs, there is still a considerable numbei? of farmers who have not patronised it as yet.
PRODUCE REPORT The Gippsland & Northern Cooperative Selling Co. Ltd. report Feb. 18— [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 24 February 1915
PRODUCE REPORT The GHppsland & JNorthern Cooperative Selling Co. Ltd. report Feb. 18— Uutter—-With the exception of second qualities, which are easier, the market remains unchanged, choicest selling at 1/2, choice 1/l^d. good to prime 12Jd to 1/1, others down to ll^d to 1/, separators lljd to 1/, dairies lOd to lid (Jheese—-New loaf and medium sizes readily selling at 7d, semi-matured ia in good supply, and nominally worth 7£d to 8d, matured 9d to lOd Eggs—Values remain unchanged, ord inary linos selling at l/l, privates 1/2 to 1/3, specials 1/i Bacon—The market is firm, and prices have advanced. Light sides fetching lOjd, mediums 10J, heavies 9|d, middles ll£d, jackets lOd. Hams—Side ll£d, bagged 12$d Lard—Bulk 7|d, packet 7-fd
America and the War. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 24 February 1915
America and the War Henry Stead, writing in Stead's Review of Reviews, indicates why Great Britain will go to almost any lengths to avoid a breach with £he United States, He strongly depre cates the anti-American attitude taken up by many responsible Aus. fcralians. He saya—We do not need to look far to understand why the British Government desires at all costB to remain on friendly terms with the TJoited States. The cry is for men and more men ; without them the all« ies are impotent. But men without equipmerfc are useless, and to provide rifles, shoea, uniforms and ammunit ion for a miilioa British troops, a million French and a million Russian is an immense task. So gigantic is it thai were it not Jor the United States it could not be done. It is safe to say that, were it not for the help of the much-abused American manufacturer a million fewer men would take the field in May- That is to say the con tinued good understanding with Am erica is worth a million men to the Allies. Tho...
GRAIN. Tuesday, Feb. 23. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 24 February 1915
Geain. Tuesday, Feb. 23. Wheat nominally 8s 3d Oats—Scarce at 6s, medium 4s 6d, milling and seed higher Barley—Choice malting 6s to 6s Id, good 5s 6d to 5s 9d, Cape Us 8d to 5s Maize—Prime 5s l^d Chaff—£8 7j 6d to £8 10s for choice, medium and inferior down to £7 10s Onions—Prime offering freely at £6 Potatoes—Prime Carmens £3 15s to £4
Harvest Festival. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 24 February 1915
Harvest Festival. Harvest Thanksgiving services in connection with St, John's Church of Eagland were held ou Sunday last, when the church was effectively dec orated with fruits and grains and veg etables. There was a large congregation at the evening service, when the preach er, Rev, G. Prickett, spo'ke from the text—'While the earth remaineth seed time and harvest, cold and heat, summer and winter, shall not cease.' The lesson inculcated thankfulness for the bounty of the seasons provid ing food for mankind. While part9 of the world suffered from drought and scarcity of production, other parts were able to provide for others. But our thankfulness for the gifts of the harvest did not carry us very far if it did not bring Christ nearer to us in our daily life. At times Q-od saw fit to withhold His blessings, and while people were ready to find fault witL Grod in days of adversity how few of them were truly thankful in times of prosperity. How often their thank fulness was only that o...
Church Services. SUNDAY NEXT. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 24 February 1915
Church Services, Sunday Next. Catholic Churcb.--Ma.ss at Kooweerup 11. a.m, Lang Lang 9. Presbyterian Church,—Lang Lang 11 (Sunday school address) and 7.30 (Har vest Festival), Kooweerup 3 (Harvest Festival), Rev, N. M. Jaboor ; all wel come. Kooweerup 7.30, Mr A. Harris. Methodist Church. — Yallock 7.30 (Sunday School Anniversary), Supply. Five Mile 7.30, Mr J. Collett. Lang Lang 3, Yannathan 7,30, Mr Nichol. Church of England—Yallock 3, Lang Lang 11, Rev. G-, W. Pricket.
Korumburra Show. LOCAL EXHIBITORS. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 24 February 1915
Korumburra Show. LOCAL EXHIBITORS. r~ m The Korumburra show held on Wednesday last was well-attended, a special train being run from Lang Lang station. The takings at the gate amounted to £115, which is about the same as last year. The number of entries was 1780 as compared with 1720 for 1914. Amongst local ex hibitors the following were successful as winners:— D. J. Bourke first for Indian re mount, weight carrying hack up to 14 stone, gentleman's cob, lady's hack, pony mare or gelding over 12.2 and ; not more than 13 hands, i P. Einsiedel first for pony mare or gelding 12,2 a.u, i Miss O'Keefe, first for lady rider in rational costume. | A. H, Blake "scooped the pool" in English Leicesters, taking first in every section and championship* He also took firsts and a second in South downs. LeRoux Bros, we e ■ ■-n-'picuoua in Southdowns, taking fi. • --n&lt;&lt; champ ion for Southdown raui, 4&lt; t.>oth ; first for Southdown ram, 2 tooth ; second for ewe, 2 ...
Lang Lang Races. A SUCCESSFUL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 24 February 1915
—L.^. - 1 Lang Lang Races, A SUCCESSFUL MEETING. The autumn meeting of the above club held on the club's ground on Fri day last was Due of the most success ful meetings held in recent years. The attendance was larger than at the ^previous gathering, the gate receipts, £32 lis, being £4 10s in excess of the preceeding year's total. The special train from Melbourne was well patronised "(in fact, if ifc were not for this it is doubted if a meeting could be made a financial success), and the weather, though unpleasantly sultry, proved a temptation to a larger num ber of local visitors than usually pat ronises the races. The gathering Wag Very well conducted and orderly, the officials not only having a strong con trol oi the proceedings, but a sharp look-out was kept by four members of the police force. The publican's booth was again held by Mr P. E. | Hogan, of Prahran, Mrs Jennings ; haying ihe refreshment booth. Pi£ teen bookmakers were in attendance, resulting in 15 guineas fees, The...