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GRAIN. Tuesday, 24th February. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 25 February 1914
Ghai.w Tuesday, 2i(!i February. Wheat—F.A.Q. 3/9-i-• Oats—MMIiug 1/10 to l/10i-, feed 1/9 to l/'U.V for best, 1/6 J- tol/7-\d for medium Barley—Choice English 3/6, good 3/2 to 3/1. Cape 1/11 to 2/4 Maize—Nominal price 3/9 to 3/10 Potatoes—Prime Carmens £4, Brown ell* £i 5/ to £'1,10/ Onions—These remain steady at' £7 10/ ClialT—Prime oaten1 £3-.2/(i and' pood at £3, Louver grades from £2 12/(3 to £2 15/
Dandenong Market. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 25 February 1914
Dandenong Market. ■y A. Scott and Co. report yesterday— Milkers—E Higgins 2 to LI 4 10s, JJ. Colmorgan 1 at L13 Ids, P Einsedell 3 to L12 10s, W McCraw 2 to L10 10s, E, Gardiner 3 to L9, Jas Greaves 1 at L10 5s, E Keys 3 to L9 IOs, A Mustard 1 at L12 5s, J Pickett 1 at L8 10s, . G-.JBruft 1 at L8, Mrs Cooper 2j.to L7, D. McLellan 2 at L8, F. glides 1 ri L8. Spaihgers—H. Hardy 2 to L7 10s, Is. Bovrman 1 at L7, H Barr 1 at L6 2s 6d, F L Corrigan 2 to L6 15s. Pigs L8. Calves to 55s.
PRODUCE REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 25 February 1914
PRODUCE EEPORT The Gippsland & Northern Cooperative Selling Co. Ltd report, Febniarj 19th— Bulter.—Tliere was a good demand for choicest butter again this week, the market remaining unchanged at 1/ for choicest, Tiki to lljd for choice, pood to p.iimo I Of d to lid. Seconds lOd to.lO|d, separators and dairies remaining unchang ed, realising !)kl to lOd and 7M to 8d respectively - '• Cheese.—There is a healthy tone in this market loaf fetching Gil, mediums 5fd to 6d, off lots lower, Semi-matured tid to Gid, matured 8d to 8Jd Eggs.—-We note that the high price ruling lately has affected sales, but with reduced quantities coining forward, the market remains unchanged. Storekeep er^ lots selling at lid to 1/, private lines "1/1, specials up to 1/3 Bacon—Prime light, sides lOd to 10|d, medium weights 9.Vd, heavies lower, mid dles lOid to lid, hams 1/ to 1/11 Lard—Bulk 6d to 63d, packcts 7d
Yallock. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 25 February 1914
Yallock. The harvest thanksgiving service was celebrated at the Church of England on Sunday last in the presence of a large congregation. - The Rev. Mr. Opper ^preached a powerful sermon suitable for the occasion. During, tho offertory Mr Hugh Cameron sang very sweetly. The church was very prettily decorated. Mr Carl Lumsden and Mr Hugh Cam eron are conducting .a mission in the Yallock Hall for ten days, Mr Lumsden is a very earnest preacher, while Mr Chapman sings and conducts the singing. Theso gentlemen are conducting the meetings under tho Victorian' Open Air Mission.. Tho hall is thronged nightly by many eager listeners. •
Market Reports and Sales. DANDENONG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 25 February 1914
Market Reports and Sales. DANDENONG MARKET. Messrs Alex. Scctt and. Co., Joseph Clarke and Co., and Adamson, Stretile and Co. conjointly report A heavy supply of milkers and spring ers yarded, and good quality cows sold at a slight advance on last week's rates, while medium sorts -w.-re dull. Some of the principal sales were»as follows— ,; Milkers—Messrs W. Gr. Keys 7 to £11 P. Einsicdel 1 at £10. 7/0, J. Cochrane 1 at £10 5/, P. T-. Kenwood 2 to £10 7/6, W. hi. Gardiner 4 to £9 5/, S. Masters 1 at.£9 2/6, G-. Lehman 1 at £8 17/6, H. Shiels 1 at £8 17/6, J. West 2 to.:£8 1 o/, I. Keys 3 to £S 15/, H. Cmnibie -1 • at £8, P. McCraw 1 at £8 15/, K. Masters 2 to £8 2/6, J. Donnelly 1 at £8 2/6. Springers—Lea. Corrigan 3 to £9, T. E. Lempriere 4- to £8 10/, W. G-. Steph ens 18 to £8 15/, E Hijrgins'4 to £S. S. Keys to £8 10/, S. Perrin 2. -to. £7 12/6, Cr. H. Hope 2 to £9 3/6, and drafts for others to £7 10/, Fleshy and store, cattle at late rates. Pigs 79/6, Calves 59/6.
Koowserup. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 25 February 1914
Koowserup. r> Lar^e consignments of produce are beiu^ forwarded fi'cm ■ tho Eooweerup station, and it is expected .that the amount forwarded wiil be in excess of the previous1 year, Last year Koo vrecrup stood at the head of the list of Swamp stations, as wiil be seen from the following list of the amouut of goods forwarded — Bunyip 59^1 1 tons, Garfield 3'26-i tons, Tynong 3203 tons. Narnargoon 48i0, Kooweerup 6622 tons. This makes a total of 23,870 tons of produce raisad and despatched from the Swamp. When the contemplated improvements are made at the JJal more station, the extraordinary devel opments, particularly in potato grow ing, which have been made ia that lo cality, will it is expected receive a further stimulus.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 25 February 1914
■^ommonwc^ltb-j^gJSanl? of HustraHa HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY This Bank i» open for alldassei of GENHRAU BANKING BUSINESS afc EQUITABLE BUJLDiNG, C3LLINS STREET, MELBOURNE . AIpo at Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, Hobart, Urishanc, ItocUhamjiton, Townsville, and London. Cable remittances made to, ami drafts drawn on foreign places direo". Foreign bills negotiated and collected. Letters of ore.lit isencd to n:iy part of the ivoi-id. ltiil' negro' i»tud or forwarded for collection. Ranking and E\chai'£e Business Of evorv description tranmi'ted within the Common wealth, United Kingdom and abroad Current accounts opened. Inteiedt paid on fixed deposits. Advances mado against approved securities. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Victorian Central GfBc©: 317 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE. Branches in the above cities and 2,OQO Agencies at Tost Offlccs throughout the Commonwealth. Deposits from 1/- to £300. Intcreat at 3% per annum, .Deposits or Withdrawal* may be made at any Branch or Agency within the Co...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 25 February 1914
W7* •gMANUFACTURERS of engines that have been before 'A the public for twenty, thirty, or even fifty years, advertise with pride that they have 20,000 engines in use—40,000 or 50,Q00_ is considered some thing .wonderful. , The "T.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 thefn are in actual use— and, better yet, giving the highest satisfaction. Everyone of them is an advertisement and one that makes 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 the satisfaction they give in actual use, not on account of anything we say of them. The "is the engine supreme—the world's leading engine— THE ENGINE YOU WILL EVENTUALLY BUY International Harvester Company of America Wa...
Lang Lang P.A. and H Society. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 25 February 1914
Lang Lang P.A. and H Society. A committee meeting wag held at I he society's ofLiceon Monday. Present Messrs Bonney (in the chair) Cole, Henderson, Blake, Misson, Ridgway, Iveigbery, Lucey, Grant and Glass cock (secretary). The in'mutes of last meeting were read and coufimied A piotest was read from W. Ridg way aga'nst the award of first prize for strained honey in glass, on the ground that the honey did not contain 51b. weight,—Tho secretary said he bad weighed the hovey and glaasSS, which were 4&lt;lb. 2r.z.—On the motion of Messrs Keighery and Lucey, the pro test was upheld, and it was resolved that the first priza be awarded to W Iiidgwnv and second to A, Bateson. 1 The Secretary reported that, though the prize money hid beeu increased by £19, the profit on the show he esti mated would be from £.12 to £15. Aecouuts amounting to £39 9s Id were passed for payment. Messrs Cole and Keigbery were Appointed to check the prize list,
No title [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 25 February 1914
At a meeting of the Presbytery of Flinders held iu.t'he Kornmburra church on Thursday' evening, the Rev. J. Smith accepted a call from the Traralgon church, in succession to Rev. Mr Steele, M.A. (late of Oranbourne) who has accepted a call to Western Australia. The Secretary of the Lang Lang Race Glv.b has roceiv-ed notice from the de partment that a ^special train has been granted for isace day, leaving Melbourne at 5 minutes, to 10 a.m. A truck of pigs and calvos will be des° patched from Lang Lang on Monday by I Clarke and Co. After .many conferences the People's Party', the People's Liberal Party, and the Australian Woman's National League ha\-e agreed to unite in the selection of candidates to contest the six Senate seats should there be a double dissolution. A truck of pigs and calves will be sent from Eooweerup on Monday by Scott and Co,' The eucnre party nnd dance held in aid of the local cricket club on Pricluy evening last wis not largely attended, but a gi^d.night's enjoy...
MAIN ROADS, CLOSER SETTLEMENT, [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 25 February 1914
MAIN ROADS, CLO ER SETTLE MENT, Tho Committee- further letnarks— Three main.roads, naroehr, from Lang Lang via Yannathan t.) Ileath Hi'l and Droirn ; from KoriimbjUrra by way of Poowong East to Drouin and from Korumburra via McDonald's Track to Warragnl will cross the pro posed railway and likewise the area winch will be served by it, so that producers will have good road facilities to reach the stations on the liue. These roads havo been declared by the Coun try Roads Board .to - bs ^ main roads, and their construction will shortly be undertaken in conjunction with the local shire councils. It is understood that it this railway is authorised by Piuliiiment the Boardintends having the broken basin-shaped country to the cast of McDonald's Track survey ed, with tho view of a more direct road to tho terminal station being found for the residents »f Ferndul^, Trida and Greachville. ..If this is done it will increase the traffic oyer the line and reduce the annual 1 >ss. The reduction...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 25 February 1914
fHJfl POWER OF ADVERTISING. A man rryrr realise.? the fu'l ben; fits of adver.:smg .till bo has j-lac d ilia matter ueforo I lie same people ,00 or 10) tiini s. The iirst ail. is good, f.uc the lUOih is wonli mrn-e tl.at 5U0 times aa much as tlio firtt. Some one ha-; said (lie first tiino 3 mail looks at aa advertisement lie doea not se-' it. The second time he docs not notict it. The third time he is dimly conscious of it. Tlie fourth time he fairly l'eniemben something jf the kind before. Tlie Dfth time he half reads it. The sixth time Le turns up It's no..&lt; at it. The sovriith time he throws th.- ■papfcv down impatiently. Thb eiglitli time he ejaculates: " There is the confounded thing again/' The ninth time ho tfO:ide*-s if the/Q is anything in it. The temh time he t'ninkr. it mi'ht be possible to suit somebody ike's ens The eleventh time h.> thinks ho w.tl Bsk his neighbour if he has tri« d it o? knows anything about it. Tlie twi Ifth time he wonders if. t:lt co.i...
PROPOSED DEVIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 25 February 1914
PROPOSED jJEVIATIOX. The fi ilowing is the Kail ways com mittee's report on the proposed deviation :— An application was recently made by the landowners in the Kooweerup Swamp that the proposed-, railway should be carried 2v raileo rurther eastward along the No, 6 drain so as to better servo them and also the residents around Modella who are 7 or 8 milea from either the Long* warry or Bunyip stations, on the main €ripp.4:iiid linp. The Committee inspected the route of the suggested deviation, and recommends that the rsvilway should proceed . for nearly 4&lt; miles «Uong ISTo. G dsaiii from 5T:il lock bridge (instead of close on 3 miles as permanently surveyed), and siould then turn south-eaot, causing the site of the Yannathan station to be aliout a mile east of the one shown on the permanent survey. This alteration will give a station on allotment 173, on tho south side of Ni>. 6 drain about a mile eastward of that, fixed by the surveyors, and will bring Modella flail wi...
The Drainage Problem [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 25 February 1914
L'ne JJraiuage FroDiem (By BiLn Nte) It may: reasonably' be supposed that the Government and the Water Commission are hesitant as to wheth er they will carry out the Kooweerup drainage scheme or not. The Com missioners said they would not go on ...with the .scheme unless it was gen erally approved of.; The option is left with the settlers of paying a rate or suffering the risk of flooding. The liberty of the subject seems to demand this concession, though, as a matter of .fact, the Commission can proceed independently of the wishes of the settlers. It will be remembered that before the Commission took the mat ter in hand the Government proposr ed to deal with the Swamp in a special manner under the Drainage Act, having prepared, a construction and rating scheme, the carrying of which would have required a major ity in acreage and numbers. The acheme from an engineering point of view was extremely unsound. It was riddled with criticisms. The Public Works department bought a German dr...
TEAMS FOR SATURDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 25 February 1914
TEAMS FOR SiTURDAY. Modella wUl .seloct tfceir team for the match with Yamiathan from the following : — A. Lugton, H LugtoD, E flqghes, E, Hughes, C McDonald, D McDonald, Gray, Brown, Boxsliall, IL Knight, L Knight, J Sniethurst and 5' Garwood. Yallock's players for Saturday next Crcspiu, Hawkins, W Hatty, Cousius, J Hutty, A Miitesim, Savage, lioxsliall, D Lccson, Mcfhae, G Hai'kor. • - C Lecson, W Finck;
RECOMMENDATION. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 25 February 1914
EEC 0 M MEND AT I ON. , • Tu its report the Railways Standiug Committee recommended— . : Although this tendency was not so noticeable ia the area for which nearer railway facilities are now being sought the committee nevertheless desires that the rural population of Victoria should be increased instead of lessened. Be lieving that this can be accomplished in the district uader censideration if energetic efforts are made to closer settle tho Yannathan and Poowoug country, whero the land, rainfall and climate are suitable for the purpose, and the distance from Melbourne is such that there wiU be but moderate charges on farm produce carried by rail to market, the committee recom mends.the construction of a 5ft. -3in. railway from the south side of Koo weerup station, proceeding al ng the south eide of Yallock road for,about 3 iriilos, and thence to Yallock bridge and along No„ C drain, turning south east aud passing on the east side of Yannathan and thenco up the valley of-tho Lang Lan...
Central Gippsland Railway, INTRODUCED TO PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 25 February 1914
Central Gippsland Railway, INTRODUCED TO PARLIA MENT. Mr Mackinnon (Minister or Bail ways) in introducing the railway fiorn Xooweerup to McDonald's Track iti the Legislative Assembly on 12th inst., moved— That, in the opinion of this House, it is expedient to construct a oft 3in gauge railway from Knoweerup to McDon ald's Track. He said—The question of constructing this line lias been reported on by the Sail ways Standing Committee on the specifiu reference, and the Committee recommended tlut the line be built. The liue will serve that part of the district which lies between Dandenong and "Warragul' on the north, and that part of the south-eastern railway lying ' Let-ween Dandenong and Korntnburra on the south. McDonald's Track is a main road running along the crest of the Sir»zlecki range northwards from Korumburra towards Warragul. The line will serve an area of about 125,000 acres, which is at present held by some 350 settlers, and there is a population of nearly 2.500. The count...
MODELLA v. TCORADIN, [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 25 February 1914
MODELLA v. TCORADIN, These teams met on Saturday last at Yallock, ancl Modella retired winners by nine wicket. Tooradin batted lirst but failed absolutely against the bowling of Modella's skipper, and the last wicket fell at 49. Modella opened very quietly, the first wicket falling at 6 in the sixth crrer, but the partnership for the second wicket knocked off the remaining runs in quick time, Garwood (3-A not out) hitt ing one 3 and eleven 2's, whilst A. Lug ton batted very cautiously, securing no less than 16 singles. With 60 on the board'for one wicket, the captains agreed to drav? stumps about do minutes before time. Scores— Tooradin, H Hardy, stpd, b Gray 6 Thorpe. 1 b w, b A Lugton 0 W flardy, e H L'gtn b A L'gtn 1 McGronigal, run out 1 Hopkins, 1 b w, b A Lugton 5 F Poole, b A Lugton 5 P Henderson,'c Garwood b L'gtn 0 L Pqo]te,.,p'A Lugton 2 Woods, b G McDonald 7 Kcrnot, not out 9 "D Henderson, c Knight b Garw'd 3 Sundries * 4 Total 49 .Modella Lugton," not out 23 H Lugton, c ...
Cricket. SATURDAYS MATCHES. YALLOCK v. LANG LANG. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 25 February 1914
Cricket. SATURDAYS1 MATCHES. YALLOCK v. LANG LANG. r Excitement was manifested from the | beginning- of the above match at the Show grounds. Yallock had their strong est eleven in the game, and the home team could not have been bettered. Yal lock won, and the reason' cf their victory was all too patent—In their attempt to i pass Yallock's score of 101, Lang Lang's last six men amassed between them a tctal of 7. Yallock were first at the ■wickets arid, lost 8 men for 45, even though some individual fielding was bad The outlook was far from bright wheu J. Hatty joined Boxshall.who was making a strong stand, and the opposing bowling WHS punished severely,52 being put on ere Hatty was caught, and th«> last man was out for a total of 101, Boxshall's total of 41 included a magnificent drive for 6, and J. Hatty's 19 was a really creditable innings. The splendid opening for Lang Lang by Glasscock (32) and Opper (35) made the score fit the ltisscf the first wic ket 50, and victory seemed ...