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MEETING AT KOOWEERUP. SCHEME OPPOSED, [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 11 March 1914

| MEETING AT &OOWEERUP. SCHEME OPPOSED, A-well attended meeting, convened by the Shire President, was held in the Kooweerup hall on .Friday evening. Cr O'Brien, who was voted to the chair, said that in his opinion the settlers iad been asked to pronounce upon the scheme drawn tip by the Commissioners in a very slipshod way; and it was no true test of the feelings of'the landowners. When the Com missioners were bere the people did not realise what they were doing. It was sprung on them, but they were here tonight to express their views and aCsert their rights, Mr J, Mickle said a large number of people in the area were against the scheme, as they realised they might bo landed with a heavy tax on the land for all time. The scheme took in prop erties that should not be included, and on the whole no one was going to ben efit very much. Years ago the Swamp was supposed to-be effectively drained, which proved not to be the case, If a rate was put on the land it would de preciate t...

Publication Title: Lang Lang Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Swamp Drainage. DEPUTATION TO PREMIER. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 11 March 1914

Swamp Drainage. DEPUTATION TO PEEMIER. On Wednesday last a largo depu tation frotn Bimyip, loiift and Corn Lynn, led by Messrs Keast, Hannah and Prondergast,M.'aL.A,,and Senator AieColi waited on the Premier, asking that the drainage scheme should be a national work and not a charge on tho settlers. Mr Keast introduced the deputRtioD. and arguments were advanced in favor of the State carry ing through the work itself, but the Premier said the Ministry had not the slightest intention of carrying out such a suggestion. After Ms8srs Shandley, .Forsyth, Douglas, Gleeaon, J. Cookson, S. J, Stephens, Uogers, McPheraon, P. Rohl and J. Gordou had spoken, the Premier said that ihsy had heard a good deal of bibtory, engineering and politics. If the Sts.te had given the whole of the land concerned away it wi>uld have been better eff to-day by £50,000. However, the present posi tion had to be faced. The Ministry had liste'ned-to the claim for the adop tion of ths scheme as a national work, b...

Publication Title: Lang Lang Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Market Reports and Sales. PANDEN[?]NG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 11 March 1914

Market Reports and Sales. FAKDENOJNTG- MARKET. A Scolfc and Co report yesterday— A la-ige supply of milkers and spring ers. Competition keen4 Prices equal to late rates. Fair supply of pigs, good prices. Large supply of calves, demand keen... Milkers—H. G. Gamble 9 to Lli 5s, Alex. McLellan 2 to LI I 2s 6d, E. Hig gins 6 to L10 12s 6d, Geo. Lehman 2 to Lll os. E. Gardiner 1 L8 7s Gd, F. Wildes 1 at L8 12s 6d; J; Marwick 2 to L8 los, Geo. Keys 5 to L8 2s 6d. VY. MbCraw 1 at L9 2s-6d, F. McCraw 1 at L8 15s. Springers—D. J. Bourke G to L8, N. Bowman 3 at L7 5s, Calves to 54s, pigs to 76s. PRODUCE REPORT The Gippsland& Northern Cooperative Selling Co. Ltd report, March 10th— Wtieat—F.A.Q. 3/9 £ to 3/10, medium qualities according to sample. Oats—Milling 1/lO.j. to 1/11, fed 1/9 to 1/9J for best, 1/G\d to i/7Jd for medium Barley—Choice EnglisE scarce at 3/fi, good 3/2 to 3/4. No enquiry for medium. Cape 1/11 to 2/1, according to quality Maize—'There is very little doiu^ in this l...

Publication Title: Lang Lang Guardian
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Boring for Water. LARGE FLOW STRUCK AT THE GURDIES. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 11 March 1914

Boring for Water. LARGE FLOW S TRUCE AT TIIE GUKDIICS. Mr Geo. Bonney, of the Gurdies, who has been boring for water on his proporty for some time, lias at last struck a good flow at 40ft., after going through hard pipe clay, aid the water at onoc rose over the surface of the land, and is now flowing across his paddock at the rate of over 3000 gallons per hour. At fust the water was a milky white, but it has now cleared, and is beautifully soft and fresh. The flow, which is only a quarter of a mile from the beach. i.« one of the finest sights in the district, and Mr Donney invites the public to come and inspect it.

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Church Services. SUNDAY NEXT. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 11 March 1914

Church Services. Susdat Next. Catholic Church.—Mass at Kuowcerup 11, Lang Larfg 9. Church of England—Lang Lang 11, Yallock 3, Kooweerup 7.30, Mr Uarino Presbyterian Church,—Yannathan 11, Kooweerup 3, Lang Lring 7.30 (Harvest Festival.) Bev. W< Ingram. Methodist Church.—Lang Lang 3, Yannathan 7.30, Mr W. Hollis. Subject —"How we got our Bible." Five Mile 11, Yallock 7.30, Mr McPhec.

Publication Title: Lang Lang Guardian
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Lang Lang Police Court [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 11 March 1914

Laiig Lang Police Court Monday before Messrs Blake, Car son and Bourke, J.s'P, Police v F. M. McCraw, non-atteii darce of child at school—Fined 2s E- Hurkneas v. E. M. Parkes, claim for £1 10', default samracas—Order for amount, with costs.

Publication Title: Lang Lang Guardian
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Bush Fires. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 11 March 1914

Bush FireS, During the hot days at the close of levst week bush fires were raging in various parts of the district, in some cases doing considerable dam age, in other instances doing good by burning scrub and clearing land. Doubtless some of these fires were caused through the erroneous idea that burning off is permitted by law after the 1st March, when the fact is that before the 1st March adjoining landowners must receive 24 hours' notice of intention to burn, while after that date notice may be dis pensed with, but the liability should the fire spread is the same all the year round. The most extensive bush, fires were in the Nyora hills south of the main line, where miles of densely scrubbed country were swept, and the conflag ration in this locality has been of considerable benefit to the country. A most destructive fire was burn ing in the Clyde district on Friday and Saturday, and, notwithstanding the exertions of a number of fire beaters completely burnt out Messrs M'Leod, Le...

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General Information STAMP DUTIES [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 18 March 1914

.. , ..I- I . ; - "li -T- -T I r - ■ General Information STAMP DUTIES Duties on bills of exchange and promia I 8ory notes not exoeeding £25 6d. £50 Is, £75 la t5d, £100 2s. For every additional £50 or fractional part thereof la The duty on a bill of exchange payable on demand or ou presentation or at sipht is Id. piyable at any future date 6d aud upwards according to value Cheques Id Receipts for payment of £2 or upwards Id Lease or agreoment 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 8 (c) For every tranafor or assignment of any lease 5 0 Exemptions Draft or order drawn upon any other banker in Victoria for settling accounts Only I Government cheques I Draft for transmission of money betweon Government departments Withdrawing money from any post office or other savings bank . Government or municipal...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 18 March 1914

Pff ?'There were, on July 1st, 1912, more than 3,200 "I.H.C." Gasolene Engines at work, varying in sizes from the little "Torn Thumb" Stationary (one brake horse power) to the mammoth 45 h.p. Plowing Tractor. These engines cost < their owners more than £500,000 to buy, and are daily returning to them big dividends on their enormous investment. This is the Engine that put the Kerosene Engine, and its hot-plate, and its 20-minute-delay in starting, "Off the Map." This is the engine that farmers swear by, instead of swearing at. This is the engine that you should buy with an absolute certainty of getting reliable and thoroughly satisfactory service—an Engine that will increase your income instead of impoverishing you. (370; INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER CO. OF AUSTRALIA PTY. LTD. 200 Roma Street, Brisbane. 37 Broadway, Sydney. 545-557 Bourke Street, Melbourne. 18-20 North Terrace; Adelaide. 361-365 Murray Street, Perth. 75 York Street, Launceston. ROiiT. i\:iiTTLliFOLD, Ilobart, G...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 18 March 1914

THE GUARDIAN Fulfils all these Reouirements There is no Business that cannot be Be.ne-St.od by live, judicious advertis ing. In country towns the people hi business sometimes say, "Why should I advertise ? Everybody knows where I am an<l what I sell." \Bht that is an error. It can bo proved erroneous by the Railway, and •Coach manifests and the parcels post lists at any provincial centre in which -th.3 local business men fail to realise the need for kcoping the people in touch with all they have to sell and how they soil it. It is safe to assert that by ,i'a.r the greater part of the.goods that come from the" cities through mail orders could be obtained locally of 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 columns of the Looal Newspaper that the education can ■be eiTeoted. • Moreover the Business man's announcement in the Local Newspaper is a standing invitation to do, business...

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THE LANG LANG GUARDIAN Published every Wednesday Afternoon—3d per copy [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 18 March 1914

THE LANG LANG GUARDIAN, Published every Wednesday Afternoon—3d per copy No Resident of the District CAN AFFORD to do without liis District News "ipapor. It iB the only means by which the people of the district oau keep in touch ; with the affairs in which they are personally interested. The Cit.v dailies aud j weeklies are all Tory well for thos;> who wish to keep posted upon affairs of --State and of the world. But does not a comparatively trifling even:'; 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 ail the •siews of its own tow.n and District—• all the doings of its people and the hap vpeaiings—is 'therefore the Newspaper that holds first place in. the regard of ;all who take a healthy interest in 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 ■ •"the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 18 March 1914

Fifth and Sixth in Wai\rnatobool Read Race 1911 Ride a bicycle built by a local builder and a Bicycle Rider, A- G COliVIN,. (Winner Austral Wheel Race, 1907 •) Builds SHACKCLOTH CYCLES from £?., Cash.or Terfiis. B.S.A, MACHINES (Guaranteed) £1010/, iiud £12 10/. ... Repairs and Enamelling dor.e. All accessories s.toeked, and all orders pronrbbly attended to. " E. COCHRANE, Agerit, Lang Lang. Painless Dentistry. MR H. W. DE GRUCHY, Surgeon Dentists 161 COLLINS-ST., MELBOUENE. (Nearly opposite George's) Late Chief Operator, Mr J. J. Forster Visits K o o w e e r u p'5 JEJvery Sale . ' ' • » At MISS G'EEAEDON'S COFFEE PALACE. Painless Extractions 2s 8d, Intending patients ean rely upon having the most difficult teeth, no matter how badly broken, decayed, or buried stumps extracted Absolutely Without Pain, .. l • And no after effects. Gold Fillings, G-old and Artificial Teeth, and all classes of Dental work at most reasonable fees. —City address as above.-— TARPAULINS Every year the dema...

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Lang Lang Races. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 18 March 1914

Lang Lang Races. Entries for the Lang Lang 3?sce. Club's meeting on 26th inst., which are in excess of those received last year, are given below . ;TriaI Handicap „ Kcyal Prince, Tonga Bean, Last Act, Swifty Joe, Cronin, Emmate, Sw:n lled in, Bundaloo, Boleen Novelty Pony Race, 13.2 Little Jack, Jackson, G-altemore, Boris, itfasher Boy; Decoy, Lillimuir, StafFa, What's That, The Snail, Royal Mail, Silver Thread, Little Brook, Veronica, Wee Pat, Jean Posey, Jackeroo Lang Lang Handicap Yellow Star, Paris, Lax, Battlefray Flying Handicap Paris, Sunshine, Lord Hampton, Last Act, Idealist. Eminate Novelty Pony, 1'4.2 Silver Star, Velocity, Jackson, Galte more, Doris, Masher Boy, Decoy, Lilli mnir, StaiTa, What's That. The Snail, Galtie, Little Brook, Veronica, Wee Pat, Jean Posey Publican's Turse Royal Prince, Lord Hampton, ltoyal Banner, Lax, Idealist, Yellow Star, Cronin, Z<aida, Bundaloo, Battlefruy

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Sterilising Milk. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 18 March 1914

Sterilising Milk. A Dew process or sterilising milk and other foods has been invented by Mr A. Kutter, recently science master at the Gordon College, Geslong, The claim is made of the process that it destroys germs by means of nascent oxygen, and it is said to consist of adding minimised amounts of harmless perozido of a metal to a food wvhout producing the slightest injurious re sult. The net result of the destruction of injurious microbes in milk is said to give an article ouited for infants arid invalids, which can deteriorate but slowly, even under the wor.st condit ions, and the nutritive qualities of which are unempaired, The further claim is made that the proteids are practically unaffected, and, if after wards precipitated, are thrown down in a finely divided form, eminently ad apted for the purpose of easy assimi lation and digestion. Dr Bull, director of the bacteriological laborntory at the Melbonrne University, states that if milk treated by the process i8 exposed to inf...

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Action for Libel. HEWARD V. BLAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 18 March 1914

Action for Libel, » I HEWARD V. BLAKE. An action was commenced in the County Court on Monday, before Judge Box and a special jury of four, in whicli John Bunting Heward, State School teacher df Lang Lang, claimed £500 damages from Alfred H. Blake, of Lang Lang, grazier, for libel, said to be contained in a memorial to the Minister of Education Mr Cussen (instructed by Mr D. H. Herald) appeared for the plain tiff, and Mr C. J. Low (Instructed by Mr E. I. Thompson) for defendant. Plaintiffs case was that a memor ial, signed by defendant and other residents of the district, was forward ed to the Minister of Education on 10th February, 1913: This memor ial contained the following words '• He (the plaintiff) lias lost the respect of both parents and children. Children are being scut to other schools rather than allow them to be subjected lo his ill-tempered, harsh , and unreasonable treatment. He is so messed up and worried by his grazing and farming pur Baits that he is unable to devote...

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Tariff and Combines. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 18 March 1914

Tariff and Combiner 9 Mr A. B. Piddingfcon and his coll eagues, Messrs G-. Swinburne and N, Lockyer, tbe Interstate Commissioners, are rendering inestimable .service in placing reliable information on matters of vital importance at the disposal of the elector^ When the tariff was dis cussed in Parliament there was a fiood of loose talk ; some ifismbsrs repeated the fairy tales of importers and manu facturers. The modern M.P. must be superficially omniscient \ bo handles hundreds of questions and, necessarily, masters but two or three of them. In place of that vague talk, men who have devoted their lives to commercial and tariff issues are takr.ng evidence, are asking witnesses questions which go right to the heart of the matters, and are checking the answers by personal examination of factories and a careful study of figures, supplied by statists— Federal, State and foreign, With re gard to the tariff and to combines the Liberal Party ban a sano and definite policy. It accepts Prote...

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Should Girls Read Novels? [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 18 March 1914

Should Girls Read Novels P v Next to America, the Australian public as a whole—workers', middle, class, arid well-to-do — consumes a greater quantity of reading matter par year than any other country under tho sun, So declares a writer in the March issue of "Everylady'a Jour nal " Analysing further, the writer says that compared with her Eng lish sister, the Australian giri has a remarkably wide knowledge, if not of literature, at least of books. And it is on the question of the quality of there books^ and whether or not the quantity oHould be liajithd, that this article turns. . The question was put to a number of leading public men, and these are, in effect, soiiie of the re plies received ;— The IIod. P; M Glynn, Minister for Externa! Affair?, thinks that young girls should be kept awny from books that obtrude, in a fetching garb, the oeamy side of life, but that literature like that of Scott, where a heulihy mind reflects itself on every page, is tha stimulant required for the d...

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Drowning Accidents. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 18 March 1914

Drowning Accidents, j « On Thursday asternoon a little girl named Wigby, five years oE age, was playing with several companions on a log which crosses the Powlett River, when she fell into the water. Her companions were seized with, ala,rin and ran awayt One of them informed a boy named Les. Bickhatn of what had occurred, and he hastened to the spot, . The little girl Wigby was plainly discenible at the bottom of the river, and young Bickman dived and succeeded in bringing her out, Restorative measures were applied and she recovered a few minutes afterwards. . A sad drowning case occurred at fcbs State coal mine the same afternoon, Owing to a strike of wheelers at So.'a 9 and 10 pits, the lads on the brace at No. 5 pit and the clippers i could not workj and George Allen Henry Underwood, 17 yeara of age, who was employed on the brace at No. 5, weut with the others for a swim in a clayhole at the State brick works. Underwood could not swim, but, after paddling in shallow water for a f...

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Dairy Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 18 March 1914

Dairy Notes. System is a great thing to eliminate drudgery in dairying 4l9 an indication of hia value, the performances of a bull's ancestry are worth more than his looks. There should be no more than 3 per cent of milk fat in the whey, which ia the serum remaining after the curd has been removed, in the manufacture of cheese. Whey should be transpar ent and of a greenish color. When a cheese has been carelessly made, the whey is rich in fat, and is uf a whitish or milky color. Turpentine, in which,is dissolved as much camphor as it will take up, is pre eminently the dressing for lacerations, bruises and cuts. Its antiseptic ac tion is equal to that of carbolic acid ; it speedily stops the blecdin», allays the pain, and hastens the process of healing. Few, if any, ulcers long resist its continual application. The nature of the soil has some eff ect upon the milt produced. From a rich pastura the milk usually contains a lower percentage of acidity than obtained where the grazing land...

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Kooweerup Sports. RECORD GATHERING. A £40 GATE. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 18 March 1914

Kooweerup Sports. RECORD GATHERING. A £40 GATE. That the Kooweerup St. Patrick's day sports are increasing in popular it y from year to year has been shown by the attendance at recent gather ings, but the crowd on Monday last gave the high water mark in this re spect, the gate receipts being ^"40 {£5 in excess of last year), and iil clusive of the sale of members' tick ets, the amount realised was £50 The annual celebration was again favored w:th fine weather, During the early, .part of the day a strong easterly wind blew, with a foreshad owing of rain, but the prospect did not deter large numbers of visitors attending from the surrounding dis trict, and the weather in the after noon was both cool and pleasant The Recreation Reserve Committee have now one of the best grounds in Gippsland, with excellent accom modation for bicycle, athletic and pony races, and a good equipment of buildings for the accommodation. of the caterers and the public; while the committee, as in past years, s...

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