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Peopling the Commonwealth. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 18 February 1914
I Peopling the Common wealth, After-dinner speakers, who occa sionally talk of "our spirited immigra tion policy," should reflect on the un pleasant fact that as matters are going on the population of Australia will not double until 19:19. If any of them, unwilling to admit that the flowing periods rolled of by them had but scant justification, put in the plea, "Six and thirty years is a short term in the life of a nation," the reply is obvious. The last thirty-six years wrought wondrous changes in the status of Japan ; there is reason to believe that the nest few decides may work changes not less wondrous in the status of China. All thought ful people admit that we ought to people the Commonwealth. They know the burden of defence is great, that, unless our numbers sw.l', it must grow greater. The realise that no country has any mora! claim to largo tracts of country which it does not utilise. They are aware that tha nations woul 1 not seriously condemn an attack upon our empty nort...
TEAMS FOR SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 18 February 1914
TEAMS FOR SATURDAY. Yallock's players for Saturday next • Crcspin, Hawkins, W Hatty, Cousins, J Hatty, A Uateaon, S.ivage, Boxshall, C Leeson, McLJhee, U Harker. Emergencies— W Barker, VV Fiuck,
Kooweerup Drainage MINISTER GRIEVED WITH IONA [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 18 February 1914
Kooweerup Drainage — MINISTER GRIEVED WITH ION A Regret is expressed by tlio Minister of Water Supply, Mr Hutchison, that ob jection should bo raised by the settlers of Iona (who have arranged' a monster deputation of protest) against contribut ing to the cost of the Kooweerup scheme. The Minister remarked it was desirable the scheme should be put into operation as soon as possible. At the conferences between the Comniissiou and the settlers ho understood the settlers in the area aff ected were prepared fo contribute their share towards the cost of the scheme. The locality in which the objection was raised was that likely to derive less benefit from the operation of the scheme.
TOOBADIN v. YANNATHAN. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 18 February 1914
TOOBADIN v. YANNATHAIJ. As was expected, Yannathan had no difficulty in securing a win at Too radiu on Saturday. The honio team could only get to 48 (Thorpe 23, S. McSronigal 10), which Yunnatban easily passed, P. Dennoy aloue making 52. Scores — Tooeadin"; G Hardy, c Glasscock b Denney 0 Thorpe, b Patullo 23 Lee, b Denney 0 P Henderson, b Donaldson 3 McGronigal, b Donaldson 10 Woods, not out 3 Blackburn, b Denney 1 W Hardy, b Patullo i J? Poole, c and b Donaldson 0 H Hardy, b Denney 2 E Hopkins, b Denney 0 Sundries 5 Total 48 Bowling—Denney 5 for 27, Donald son 3 for 14, Patullo 2 for 2 Yannatean. Denney, stpd, b Hopkins 52 Patullo, c Henderson b Hopkins 15 II Glasscock, b Hopkins 0 Donaldson, b G Hardy 12 Gardiner, b Hopkins . 5 Pritchard, b Hopkins 2 Gibson, b Hopkins 5 Tolley, run out 6 Tamblyn, b G Hardy 2 Lyons, not out 4 Sundries 10 Total 113 Bowling—Hopkins (> for 33, W Leo 0 for 6, McGronigal 0 for 25, Woods 0 for 5, Blackburn 0 for 9, G Hardy 2 for 8, J Thorpe 0 for 15....
SATURDAYS MATCHES. KOOWEERUP v. YALLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 18 February 1914
SATURDAYS-' MATCHES. KOOWEERUJ? v. YiLLOCK. The match on Saturday was played in the presence cf a Urge nnmber of spectators, Yallock lost the toss, and Crespi'n and Cousins went in to bat. Crespin, who has had a run of bad ,!uck lately, was bowled by a trimmer from Morden for 1, and Boy.shall, the ne\t man, was bowled immediately afterwards for 0 by Dulley. An un fortunate incident occurred while Hawkins was batting, owing te a dig* pute as to a catch, and the umpire re tired. "W. Hatty played well for 18. Iv.ioweerup have now a fine array of batting talent. W, Eason, (a new jplayer) Woods, Brown and Preston I played sound cricket, and the bowling of Morden, Dalley and Gray was first class. Kooweerup is now right up to. 1 date m batting and bowliDg; and if it was not so late in the season they would occupy a very different position in the association lists. The fielding of Yallock was quite a treat to witness, and was voted the best seen this Beason. The particulars of the game are ...
POSTAL RATES [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 18 February 1914
POSTAL BATES Letters (this Stale) for every £ oz or under Id Packets— C'tnimercinl and printed papers, mnximum weight .ill), dim er.sions 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, etc. maximum lib. dimensions not to e.xceid £ft in length, lft in width &lt;»i depth, rale of postage fur every 2 i z or fract ion thereof Id 13oc&lt;Us—Foe every 4 oz or undai Hp to5Ib Id Newspapers—For every newspaper Jd Vos-t Cards—each Id Letter Cards—tea cards 2^(1 Registration fee 3d Letters marked 'Urgent' and bearing fid additional stamps will be treated in the samemanner as telegrams and delivered with tlie utmost despatch if addressed to persons in the radius of the delivery by telegraph mosseviger To New South Wales. New Zealand. Fiji. Queensland. South Australia. Tasma nia, Western Australia—Same charcea aa in wctorja ~ British and Foreign "Postage—Letters — For every i ounce or under ...
MATCHES FOR SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 18 February 1914
MATCHES .FOR SATURDAY". Matches will take place as follows on Saturday.— Modella v. Tooradin, at Yall >ck, and ICooweerup v. Yanna than. A tug-of-war will take place between the two leading teams, Yallock ; and Lang Ling, on the Show grounds. An interesting g'vnie ia guaranteed for those who will attend the latter I contest, aa the pitch hns been specially prepared, and the outfield ia fast and true.
LANG LANG v. MODELIA, [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 18 February 1914
LANG- LANG- v. MODE LI A, The Lang L\ng eleven's journey to Model la on Saturday was very unpleas ant, .On the team's previous visit, the roadwr.y was "for lung Btretcbes uuder water, but on this occasion the drive was accomplished in clouds ot dust laised by a positively scorching wind. The match started well on time, but was not remarkable for any brilliant cricket, ns the pitch was in bad order, and the field worse. A nice catch was taken behind the wickets by A. Glasscock (Lang Lang). Tha visitors won easily by 90 ruria to 55. Details below — Lanq Lang. Glasscock, b McDonald 2 Smith, c Brown b Hughes 10 Opper, b Hughes 27 Blake, 1 b w, b Garwood 26 Browning, c Gray b G;arwood 3 Ingram, c Brown b McDonald 0 0 Keigliery, c and b McDjnald 3 Giles, c H Lugton b Garwood 9 F Keigbery, c Suieth'sfc b M'D'ld 1 Cole, c H Lugton b McDonald 0 Coghlan, not out 0 Sundries 9 90 Bowling—E Hughejf 2 for 38, 0 McDonald 5 for 28, Garwood 3 for 12, Brown 0 for 3 MoDEiLA. A Lugton, c Colo b Blake 2...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 18 February 1914
WHICH CREAM SEPARATOR? The dairyman who purchases an outside make of separator probably does so on the principle that, if it is only half as good as the advts. and the agents say, it is worth1 the money—but wait results! The separato? goes fairly well for perhaps a month, but > by-and-bye it begins to fail, parts go wrong, * it starts shaking and rattling, it is hard to' turn, the cream varies in thickness, and the 'owner becomes dissatisfied. He sees his next door neighbour has an " Alfa-Laval " which gives no trouble, although it has been in use for many years, and costs little or nothing for upkeep, and so he invests his hard-earned money in an " Alfa-Laval," and the othci1 machine is laid aside. Why purchase prac tically unknown and untried machines when foil can get the world-renowned " Alfa Laval," that has a time-tested reputation of 3- years: Messrs. J. Bartram and Son 1'ty. Ltd., Melbourne, agents for the " Alfa," will, cheerfully send a machine on a free trial1 to run a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 18 February 1914
fELK POWER OF ADVERTISING. A man r.rvrr real so-; t ho fuil l;en&lt; fits of advertising til! ho ha-; plac d the matter before the mine people 50 or 10 ) tiling. Tho iirs: ad. is good, biic the lUOth is wo;- h 111:11-4 thac o00 times as much as the fir>t. Some o.ie ha-. said (he first time 9 ■man looks at an advertisement he doe# not so-" it. The second time he docs not notici it. The third time he is dimly conscious of it. The fourth time he fairly remembers something jf the kind befoi". The fjfth time he half reads it. Tho sixth time he turns up his no'.., dt it. The s^vriith time he throws th^ pane* down imp itiently. The eighth time he ejaculates-; "There is the con oumi'd iking again/' Tho ninth t me he ".v>"v.de*-s if thefa is anything in it. The tenth time he tninkr. it iri-frt be possible to suit sonu body ' teo's c:is* The eleventh time hi* think? ho w.H ask his i.eighbour if ho has tri> d it 0/ knows anything about it. Tho twilfih time he wonders if the co...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 25 February 1914
Fifth and' Sixth in Warrnambool Road Race 1911' Ricle a bicycle built'by a local builder and a Bi cycle Ruler, a, & (Winner Austral'Wheel Race, 190?.) Builds SHACKCLOTH CYCLES. - from • ' £7- Casli or Terms. B.S.A, MACHINES (Guaranteed) £10 10/, and £12 10/. Repairs and Enamelling done. All accessories .stocked, and all orders promntlv attended to. "E. COCHRANE, Agent, Lang Lang. Painless Dentistry. m H. W. OE CRUCHY, Surgeon Dentist. 161 COLLISTS-ST., MELBOURNE. (Neiivljopposil-e Goorge's) Late Chief Operator, Mr J. J. Forster Visits Kooweerup, Every jyp&.y. Ai MISS O'EEAEiDON'S COFFEE PALACE, Painless Extractions 2s 8d, Intending patients can rely upon having the most diSiculfe teeth, no matter how badly broken, decayed, cr buried stuiiips extracted Absolutely Without Pain, And uo. after effects, : Gold Fillings, Geld and Artificial Teeth, and all classes of Dental work at most reasonable fees. —City address as above,— TARPAULINS Every year the demand for Tarpaulin...
Korumburra Show. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 25 February 1914
Korumburra Show. At iLo E'irurabiirra"Show on Wed nesday last the sum of £116 17* was laken tit the gate, being about £8 less than the previous year, Exhibitors from this district tock prominent places. In tho hackney 'class D. J. Bourke secured first for 14 rtone and 11 stone hackneys, lady's hack and buggy mare or horse1; In ponios J'. Gr. Guidiner secured fiistfor 13.2 and 13 pony, mare or -^gelding, while W_. McCrfcT/ was also first for pair bug«y ponies, 13 a.u. and'-single, buggy pony 13 n.u. In sheep J. H: Fairchil 1 se cured five first prizes-in the English Leicester . section/, while LeKoux Bros were prominent as winners in | Routhdowue; tallica; three fi'sta aivd I chanijuon, also first for fat .lambs aud second f.-r eiport sheep
OPINION FROM BUNYIP. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 25 February 1914
OPINION JFROM BUN YIP. The Bunyip correspondent of the "^ge" in the issue of yesterday says : —Settlers on Kooweerup swamp are making arrangements foi a deputation to wait on the Premier to profest against the drainage scheme which the Water Supply Commission proposes to force upon them. Nearly every settler on the eastern and southern end of the swnmp is notv opposed to the scheme, whilst some of those at Cora Lynn and Five Mile who voted for the scheme when the Water Sup ply Commissioners visited those plices recently have publ'cly expressed, their intention of accompanying the protesting deputation, They point out that at ..the -time they were not aware that they would be saddled with the burden of paying from 6d to 2* per acre per year for a period of 56 years, Some settlers . in the Is aud 2s areas hold up to '300 and -100 acres of poor land, aud the tax would press heavily upon them, while settlers at Iona and Bunyip, who are immune from floods, refuse to..pay, on the.; ground...
Swamp Drainage. IONA PROTEST. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 25 February 1914
Swamp Drainage. e IONA PROTEST, . - Speaking at a meetiiig at Iona to consider the drainage scheme,' Mr Doherty said Mr Keast had no sympa thy with the settlers here. - He pro fessed lie had, but the position he had taken up w.as one. of imposition on the Betilers.-* He (the speaker) had been deputed to see Mr Keast in connection with the drainage scheme at the garden fete lield some time ago at Iona, The result of that interview was that Mr Keast would not listen to hiui. When Mr Prendergaet moved the adjournment o£; the House tu enable the matter to be discussed, instead of hoiug in sympathy with the settlers and assisting him, Mr Keast had thrown every possible obstruction in the way. Furthermore, when he (the speaker) had pointed out to him that no one in Iona was interested in hav ing this scheme, he insulted him. Mr W". Forsyth spoke against the formation of a Water Trust or Commi sion, and pointed, out tfcat the major ity of the settlers were against it. It seemed to him that...
Roads Board Tenders. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 25 February 1914
Koads Board Tenders. The Roads Board have entered into | the following contracts for works in the shires mentioned— Bain Buln— Constructing section of main Gippsland road between Drouin and the sliiro boundary—J. Watts, L670 5a, and J. Conk L895 5J, Cranbourne—Supply of mainten ance metal for Bass road, Wm. Wil son L86 17s Gd ; supply of mainten ance gravel for Bass road, J. Do Tries L24 10s.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 25 February 1914
Why force children to lake castor oil "LAXETTES" are equally as effective and as pleasant as a chocolate cream. All chemists and. storekeepers, 1 /- and 2/6, or Bowen & Co., Swanston-st., Melb. Send for free sample. i Chamberlain's AaNT°"fv"» Tablets s # - - J M PROVE YOUR DIGESTION S
Church Services. SUNDAY NEXT. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 25 February 1914
Church ServiceSr S tfisrv:? k£xt. CaiTuollc Church.—Mass at Kooweerup 11, Lang Lang 9. Presbyterian Church.— Lang Lang 7.30, Kooweerup 3, Yannathan 11, fie v. W. Ingram. Methodist Church.—Yaliock 7.30, Mis sion Band. Five Mile 11, Lang Lang 3 Yannathan 7.80 Mr McPlVee. . Church of,. England-r-Lang" Lang 11, Yaliock 3, Kaoweerup 7.^0, llev. M. G-. Opper.