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Church Services, SUNDAY NEXT. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 4 March 1914
Church Services, Sunday Next, Catholic Church.—Mass at Kooweerup 9, Lang Lang 11. . . .. .. Presbyterian Church.— Lang Lang 11, Kooweerup 3, Yannathan 7.30, Jiev. W. Ingram. Church ,of.. England—Lang Lang,7.30 Yallock 3, Yannathan 11, Rev. M. G-. Oppor. Kooweerup 7.30, Mr Adenoy Methodist Chureh.—Yallock 11,. Five Mile 7.30, Cora Lynn 3, Mr McPheo
Cricket. SATURDAYS' MATCHES. LANG LANG v KOOWEERUP [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 4 March 1914
Cricket, SATURDAYS1 MATCHES. LANG LANG v KOOWEERTJE* Lang Ling wore doomed to still another defeat on Satuidiy, Koowee rup getting tho beat of the game, but by two runs onlj[.. Lang Land's el even was not their strongest, Coghlan being missud greatly in the bowling, Ivoow erup had not their strongest te:in-.( but they did remarkably well, The match to-ik place on the Show grounds. Kotiweerup were first with the bat, and Thompson (31) and Heff ernan (28) scored most of the runs in a total of 103. The home team were again given a good start, and with 5 wickets for 90 should have ?>on, But were unable to accomplish the task A. Glasscock (who has struck his old fuiin) accounted for 3-i, while captain Ingram, with a series of big hitg, had 29 written opp-jyito hia name. FuHei' particulars below :— Kooweerut. Wood*, b Blake 13 J i'leston, b Opper 1 I'ho.npspnj c Cote b.Opper 31 Gray, b Blake 0" Dalley, b Blake 0 Morrison, c Opper b Blake 2 'lownsend, e and b Blake 9 AIorten?on, not c'n...
Use of Paraffin Oil, [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 4 March 1914
Us8 of Paraffia Oil, Ever since men begun to think at oil, there has been a never-ending search that would put off the hour of death, or bauish it altogether. The searchers have been divided into two classes : those who sought to extend life by improving on nature, and those who sought to find out nature's laws „and apply them. Amongst the latter is Sir Arbuthnot Line, one of the mo'3t famous surgeons in-the world. Ideal ising that the whole of suffering hu manity could not be operated on, he set out to find some agent that would render the operation unnecessary,,and at the satSe time achieve the beneficial result. In brief, he wanted some thing that w^uLi tuke the poisonous waste products out of the intestines without interfering with the natural functions of the body. He found that agent in a special:y purified form of paraffin oil, To a journalist Dr Lane explained that when his raii:d turned to tbo study of lubricants as an al ternative to operations he tackled the oils which we...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 4 March 1914
AID CLOVES, SEED. WRITE FOR SAMPLES fend QUOTATIONS Of Iiiab, 'Western District, and New Zealand Eye 'Grass, Cocksfoot* (plover So &lt;ls, Dwarf Essex Rape and all Agricultural Seeds, Where Bisks are.ao Great the only safe course is to procure from a trained .•ieciisman "With no Inrgp City Bents to pny, I can quote high-grade Seeds delivered at your 'nearest. railway btauoii, fieight paid and below Melbourne prices. Saniples free on urplicatien. GEO: SMITH. SEED IMPORTER, 1ULLARAT (Lute of fluisb and Son, London) 'Commonwealth JfeBarth of Hustvalta HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY 'This Rank'I* open fir ali e'as«ns of GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS »t EQUITA3LS BUILDING, OOLLiNS STREET, MELBOURNE -Also at Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, Ilobart, Brisbano, Rockh&inpton, Townsville, and London. 'Cable remittances mail! to, and drafts drawn on foreign placs; 'urec*. Foreign bills negotiated and collected. Letters of credit issued to any part of the world. Bills najrolmtcd or forwarded f...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 4 March 1914
■4L ■ \ r i ■ ■■ ■ ■ I ■ i Engine Supremacy 7§/pl NUFA CTURERS of engines that have been before lyl. the public for twenty, thirty, or even fifty years, advertise with pride that they have 20,000 engines in use—40,000 or 50,000 is considered some thing wonderfuk The "i.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 them 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 becausc of the satisfaction they give in actual use, not on account of anything we say of them. The "I.H.C." is the engine supreme—the world's leading engine— THE ENGINE YOU WILL EVENTUALLY B...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 4 March 1914
LANG LANG AMATEUR RACING CLUB LAND LANC RAGES. Thursday, March 26. Autumn Meeting*, On Lang Lang Racecourse, Patrons— Messrs YV H Irvine, M.H.R,, Adamson, M.L.C., A. Downward, M.L.A., Crs W C Greaves and A Cameron, Pres ident—ET Rogers, Esq, Vice-presidents —Messrs H Lawrence and VV Prior. Treasurer—C E Athelstane. Judge—W; Sheaban. Starter—J Hogan. Clerk of Scales—E Keighery Pony measurer—G Wildes. Olerk of Course—A Shandley. Color Steward—C Keighery Timekeeper —W Cole. Hon. Surgeon—Dr Harkness. Committee — Messrs H Rogers, J T O'Brien, G Wildes, L Wildes. A Dainty H Bouike, R Gray, J" Pynn, A Cuthbert' E Couglo, C JVlcKernan, W SheaHari, T Sheahan, VV West, W Grieve, D T Hen. derson, II Lucey, C E Athelstaue, J C Druce, W P Prior, C Keighery, M Bourke, J Hogun, A Shandley, H Law rence, W Cole, E Misson; PROGRAM M E. 1 Trial Handicap—8 sovs, l sov. otit' of stake to go to second horse. For all horses that have not won a race value 10 sovs. About 5 fur-, entry Ss, to start at 1.30 p...
Cricket Association. A PICNIC TO KILCUNDA. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 4 March 1914
Ciicket Association. ? A PICNIC TO KILCtJNDA. A meeting of delegates of the crick et association was held in tbe Lang Lasg -.b»H oh Thursday evening. Pres ent—Messrs Cole (President), Dainty, Hatty, Izzard, Patullo, Prior, Morri son,- McKenzie, Hughes and Garwood. Tocradm'e- protest against the match with Modelli being proclaimed a draw I (en the ground that Modella called their men off before time was up) was withdrawn by Tooradin delegates^ : M&lt;37ed by Mr Prior, seconded by Mr Izzaid, That assiciation wina up reason by having a picnic to Kilcunda> —Carried. Moved by Mr McKenzie, seconded by Mr Ilughes, That picnic be lull on Friday, March 27th, —Cnrried. Motfed by Mr Izzard, seconded by Mr Garwood, That secretary write to Melbourne cricket club nnd work out details to play 15 men.—Carried. Sunday last was the opening of the quail season. Inferring to: tnfe question of the opening day being on Sunday, the' chicf Inspector of Game and Fisheries ! (Mr Semmens) stated th...
OPINION ON NEW ZEALAND [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 4 March 1914
OPINION ON NEW ZEALAND A former resident of Gippsland, writiug from New Zealand, says— ' -'After a-sojourn of over six montbp in Maori land I have come to the con clusion that it is not a paradise for the working man. "£5ince coming here I have seen more idle men knocking about tban a person would see in Vic toria m as many .years# I cannot say l am impressed with the people as a rule. A certain amount of prejudice prevails in some quarters against peo ple from Australia. There is an ex ceptionally large amount of drunken ness, and unfortunately one oees more yoiitHful drunks here than in any place under the sun. The No License laws in many districts are a farce. The towns, iu the South land at any rate, are deadly dull, and I roally believe that if a shipload or two uf some lively race were imported, New Zealand would be the gainer. As a rule the ladies are far more bard-faced and serious looking" than their sisters in a more sunny laud. ClimatS may bave something to do with it, bu...
Notes and Comments. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 4 March 1914
Notes and Comments. ■ ■ A ■ ■ 1 '■ (By Bile Nye) The cricket association competition now drawing to a close, has provided a most friendly, sportsmanlike, and interesting series of matches. It says much for the enthusiasm of the six competing clubs that they have been able to hold their teams togeth er in solid phalanx through the seas on now drawing to a close. Some of the games were quite as exciting as a football match, and the .general result has been to place the cold blood gdme of cricket on an equality as an exhibition of sport with the hot-blood game of football. Defeated clubs invariably left the field.in good humor, reflecting wisely and philos ophically. that though they had not the honor of winning they had had j a good 'afternoon's sport. The Koo j weerup team in particular seemed to be a lot of merry fellows who took the game in excellent temper, and were in no danger of getting into a too serious frame of mind over it, a spirit that is a good antidote . to ner vousness...
Lang Lang Race Club. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 4 March 1914
Lang Lang Race Club, A meeting of committee was held at the Palace Hote! on Thursday evening, Mr H. lingers (President) in the chair. Correspondencp. •. Correspondence was read from the V.E.O. allotting Thursday, March 26, as race day, from A. H. Cox accept ing the position of liaudicapper, from V.li.C., that the application for Mr E. J Wright as detective had been grant ed, from Railway department that a special train had been arranged for race day, leaving Melbeurne at 9.55 a.m,, returning 7.15 p.m., the guaran tee, being £23 13s ; from Mr P. Go^ eidine, agreeing to accept entries, from Pearson, Howe, Smith and Co,, en., closing donation of £1 Is, from Uni versal Press in reference to posting handbills,—The correspondence was received, it being loft in the Secretary's Binds to mako further enquiries re detectives and as to posting handbill*. General Business. From a number of tenders, that of P. E. Hogan, Prahran, was accepted ?or the publican's booth, at £16. It was resolved that...
Dandenong Market. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 4 March 1914
Dandenotig Market. A. Scott and C&lt;\ report yesterday—' Milkers—I Corri»ao 1 at £12 15s, P Einsiedel 3 to. £12 2s 6d, T Wil liams 4 to £L2 10s, J Marwiek 1 at £10 10a, T ^Limpton 1 at £10 7s 6d,' E Higgins 3 lo £11, Hy. Masters 1 at £9 17s Gd, E Angus 1 at £9 17s 6d.. Miss Mustard 2 at £11, Geo Keys 2 to £8 15s Springers—J A Mickle 3 to £11 5sr' E, Hig;>i(i8 2 at £3 10s, E J Greaves-' 4 to £7 7* Gd, C R Foster 1 at £7 7s' 6d, W G Ai derion 5" to £7 5s, J4/ Selman 1 at £7 2s Gd. Cnlves to 62g, pigs to 77s OS
Leongatha Show. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 4 March 1914
Leongatha Show. The twelfth annual Leongatha Show on Wednesday was well attended, the gate takings being £106, or £5 Jess than last year. Amongst the Joga'l prize winners we notice that 1). &lt;J, JJourke took first for cavalry horfce ll stone and 14 stone hac£ney and gen tleTJanls cob, also pony;mare or geld^ icg, 14 hands to 12.2. la English Leic6sters J. II. Eairchild first in each Section, LeRotis Bros, scored Well in Southdawns, taking four firsts, also first for pen of fat lambs and pen of freezers, A, H, Biakcr being &rii tot
A Night on Picket Duty [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 4 March 1914
A Night on Picket Duty Sergeant G. Duff, a Lang Lav.g boy, Bends tl)'3 following interesting account of a night on picket duly at the Military camp at l.illydale : — • "Eall out the 48th picket!" ; that is the order passed along from line to line, and one from our tent and one from further on fall out to take tilei? places at the end of the lines. No one takes much notice, except to remark, "There goes the picket for to night," or perhaps to say, "Tom Jones is ou picket duty tc-night." The picket is on from 6 p.m. to 6 a.m., and his duties are often tiresome. In the still hours of midnight, and the small hours of the morning,i.ftlimes as dark as pitch, .it takes a fair amount of courage to march up and down the lines with nothing to occupy your tmnd exci.pt dismal call of some night birds. On picket is the time whou all your past life comes back and you think ; think because there is nothing else todo; think until you startle some stray dogs, licking the men's tinp, and you become m...
TOORADIN v. YALLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 4 March 1914
TOORADIN v. TALLOGK. YalK clc had a comfortable win against Toor din, who did not reach 50. Pi" Hendvrson had tdp eccfre with 1G; The only two-figure scores for Yallock were made by Cousins (32), Bateeon (19) a id Lineham (JO? not out). II. Kernot bowled well for Tooradin, ac counting f^r 7 wickets for 31 rt'aB, Sc'iros : — Tookadi??," 0 Hnnly, S! CjU81D9 9 Hepkiu:*, b Cousins 3 Kernot', c and b Hatty 1' Henderson, c Lt-eson b Hatty 16, H Hardy,,b Leesoa 3 MeGronigal, b Lesson 1 Pepper, stpd, b Hatty 0 W.-o.ls, b tfalty § F Poo!r, h Hatty 0, W Har-iy, b' Coiuiuj 0 ' Le.-, not out 3 Suudrie3 , 4 Total 46' Bowling—W Hatty. 5 fcr 17, E Cousins 3 for 16, C Leeson 2 for 10 YaLLOCK! VTnteyon. e V»r,->ods b Kernot . 19 G Harker, b Kernot 1 H Boxshall, b Hopkitis • & Crespin, b Kernot W Hatty, c Woods b Kernot 4 ■J Hatty, b Kernot 4 Cousins, b Kernot. 32 McPhee, b MeGronigal 1 C Leeson. c Woods b Kernot 1> W Lineham, not out; 10 D Leeton, b JJopkins 4 Sundries 5 Total 87 Kowli...
THE LANG LANG GUARDIAN Published ev[?]ry Wednesday Afternoon—3d per copy [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 4 March 1914
THE LANG LANG GUARDIAN( Pn.bl'shed evry Wednesday Afternoon—3d per copy No Resident of the District CAN AFFORD to do without his District News paper. It is the only means by which the people of the district can keep in touch with the affairs in wliich they are personally interested. The City dailies aud weeklies are ail very well for thos;) who wish to keep posted upon affairs of Stat© 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 nation on the other side of the world ? The local newspaper that gives all the ne&lt;wa of its own town and District— all the doings of its people and the hap- • peninga—is therefore the Newspaper that holds first place in the regard of all who take a healthy interest in their surroundings. j In addition to the personal claim the district Newspaper possesses it gives very real advantages from a business standpoint. "Whether in business in ; the town or on t...
TEAMS FOR SATURDAY; [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 4 March 1914
TEAMS FO.R^SiTURLAY," Yal lock's players for Saturday next— Crespin, Hawkins, W Hatty, Cousins, J Katty, A U.tteson, Savage, ISoxshall, 0 Leeson, McPheo, U Harker. Emergencies— D Leeson, W Lineli&m, W Finck. «, The cricket season closes on Satur day next with the following matches on the g-ounds of the first-named clubs. — YaVinathan v. Lang Lang, Mocjellx v. Yaliocb, and Tooradin v# Kooweerup. The above games will clo^e a competition which as far as the size of its district, the class of cricket played, and interest evinced is concerned, has never been excelled by any coutest previously held in this1 locality.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 11 March 1914
fHK POWER OF ADVERTISING. A man never realsos tiic furl benrfits of advertising tii! ho ha-? j Ihc d th# matter before tlie* same people 60 or 1(M tiin^s. Tho tirst ad. iv good. Itiic the 100th is wor.ii ni'»r« that 500. times ja$ nmch as the Some one has said tlie first time i» man looks at an advertisement he dopf uot se" it. '' The second time he docs not notici it. " _'• The third time he is dimly conscious of it. The fourth time lie fairly remembers BOineMiing jf the kind before. Tito Mill time he half reads it. Tlie sixth time he turns up'his nc.^ at it. The seventh time he throws th;> papei down impatiently. ' The eighth time he ejaculates: "There is the eon ound'Jd Ihing aga'pi:" Tho ninth t me lie vvidei'S if thera is anything in it. The tenth time he thinkr it iri-h; be possible to suit sonn body flse's cas-> The eleventh time h.» thi.iks lie W:U ask hia neighbour if lie has tri&lt; d it t)j knows anyilnng about it. ;The twrlfih time he wonders if the co-ifou...
POSTAL RATES [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 11 March 1914
POSTAL BATES Letters (this Stale) for overy ■J oz or under 1&lt;J Packets—C&lt; mmereial and printed papers, maximum weight Sib, dim ensions not to exceed 2ft in length, Jft in depth or width—for e\ery'2 oz or fraction thereof 1&lt;J Patt« rnB and samples, packets and merchandise,, etc. maximum lib. 'dimensions not to excetd ift in length. 1ft in width &lt;>■ depth, rate of postage for every 2 vz or fra«t ion thereof Id JJot.ks—For every & oz or undui up to 51b Id Newspapers—For every newspaper id >*ost Cards—eurii ■]d Li-tter Cards—two cards 2|&lt;J Registration fee ;3&lt;} Letters marked 'Urgent' and bearing fid additional stamps will. be treated in the B-.ime mariner as telegrams' and delivered with the utmost despatch if addressed to persons in the radius of the delivery by tel.-graph messenger To New" South "Wales. New Zealand. Fiji. Queensland. South Australia.'-ililrri'a aid, Westere Australia—Same chare's* :'ag in...