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Special Cheap Rates. FOR FARMERS' PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 18 March 1914
Special Cheap Rates* FOR FARMERS' PRODUCE. With a view to encouraging the traffic in Btnall consignments of prod uce direct from the p^olucer to the consumer, the Railway department huB recently arranged for special cheap rateB on goods. For honey, butter, eggs, cream'; chease, ham and bacon, the coat for a package up to 30lb, up to 50 miles, is Gd, exceoding 801b bufc not exceeding 601b up to 50 miles 9d, Fruit may be despatched at che aame rate. Consignments fully addressed and consigned to the Melbourne gooda shed will be delivered at any addresa in Melbourne and suburbs on pay mint of an additional fee of 4d per package,
Church Services. SUNDAY NEXT. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 18 March 1914
Church. Services, Sunday Next. Catholic Church.—Mass at Kooweeruj 9, Lang Lang 11. . Church of England—Lang Lang 7.30 Yannathan 11, Yallock 3. Holy Com munion. Rev, M. G. Opper. Presbyterian Church, — Yannathar ?,30, Kooweerup 3, Lang Lang 11. Bev W. Ingram. Methodist Church.—Five Mile 11, Cori Lynn 3t Yallock 7f30, Mr M
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 18 March 1914
,vealtb Jig^Banh of HustraUa ris.»D OFFICE SYDNEY Thi-? IHn!c is open for Ml ciatsei' of GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS at EO'JlTABU.E: BUILDING, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE "Also at Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, Hobart, Hriabane, Rockhampton, Townsville, and London. Cable remittances Tiiads to. Mid drafts drawn on foreign places dircct. Foreign bills negotiated and coliectel. Letters of credit ijMird to any part ol the worid. BiUa negotiated or forwarded (or collection. Baftkin- and Exchange Business of every description transacted within the Common wealth. United Kingdom and abroad. Current accounts opened. Interest paid on fixed deposit#. Advances made RTraingt approved securities. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Victorian Central Offico i 317 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE. Branches In the abo»« cities and 2,COO Agencies at Pott Offices throughout th* Commontvoalth, Deposits from 1/- to £300. Intorcet at 3% per annum, Deposits or Withdrawals may be ro&d« at any Branch or Agcticy within ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 18 March 1914
'ifc'WWMTfsnrHwia 1%/fANUFA CTURERS of engines that have been before 1JA. 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 wonderful. 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 because of the satisfaction they give in actual use, not on account of anything we say of them. The "I.H.C. leading engine— is the engine supreme—the world's THE ENGINE YOU WILL EVENTUALLY BUY International Harvester C...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 18 March 1914
Mrs J-. T. Denham notifies that at tho ' San Remo House superior accommodat ion may be obtained. This house is with in easy reach of probably the most charm ing cliff and boach scene in the State. Much interest was excited by the re port in our last issue issue of an sxtraor elinary flow of wateV struck in a boro put down by Mr Geo. Jlonney on his property at the Gurdies. As stated the water was struck at 40ft., and flowed over the land at the rate of about 3000 gallons per hour, beintf perfectly pilr'9 and fresh. From additional information we learn that when the water was reached (he bore dropped fully a foot as though if had fallen irto an underground stream, and soon afterwards tho water began to ilow. Those who have had at opportun ity of inspecting tho boro are of opinion that it is a most valuable development for the locality and the district, especial ly in tho way of giving land holders an encouragement to bore for water, Mr Bonney has now closed up the bore, as it is lii's...
Cost of Defence. i [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 18 March 1914
Oost of Defenceo i "When a nation takes time by the forelock and begins to get itself ready for war, the Chiefs and the gen. eral Siaffd in other parts of the world turn that page of their diary down, and that particular nation is net troiibled much," So said General Sir Ian Hamilton, when addressing the officers of the Victorian military dis tricts and their guests. No doubt the general was right ; the wolf is always more ready to face the lamb than the \ion. More than that, the experiences of Great Britain in South Africa, and Kussia in its struggle with Japan, have shown what the comparatively few can do in battle when they are soldiers to the backbone'. There is, however, another side . to the question, one which was stressed by Senator Millen and by Mr Cook. Our preparation for war may secure for us the blessingo of lasting peace, bat the premium which the Govern-, ment is paying for this policy is much heavier than was espected. Money has been spent freely, but the coming year...
Nvora. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 18 March 1914
? Nvora. The inucbrneeded State school at JSyora is nearly completed, and resi dents are loud in their praises of the large and commodious build ins; that has been erected. ~:Mr Neville, of ilelbouruq, is the builder. Mr J. Y. Davis, of INyorn; had the misfortune some time ago of hav= ing liis hotel and private premises to tally destroyed by fire, the buildings being only partly iusured. Notwith standing this, he has decided to build again, and he is erecting what will be a fiue and ornamental building. Un der. the Licensing Act, a licensee must hare his temporary s:>loon on the same spot as the former licensed premises were. The building, which is expected to be completed in about two months' time, comprises twenty-two rooms. The builders are Messrs Whale and Hoes, of Melbourne.
GRAIN. Tuesday, March 17. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 18 March 1914
Grain, . . ; Tuesday, March 17 Wheat.--"•F.A. Q. 3/9 i to 3/10, medium qualities according to sample Oats—Milling 1/11, feed 1/95 to 1/10 : Barley—Choice English. 3/6, good 3/2 to 3/4. Cape 1 /II to 2/1 Maize—Holders to-day are asking 3/10 for prime lines Potatoes—Carmens and Brownells a$ £3 101 to £315/ Onions—Very quiet and £6 is now top Chaff,—Prime oaten at £3 2/0 to £3 5/;. good at £3. lower grades diificult to clear from £2 12/6 to £2 15/
Workers' Compensation Act. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 18 March 1914
Workers' Compensa tion Act. &lt;3 - All employers are interested in the question of insurance under the Wor kers' Compensation Acfc, which will evidently not be brought iuto operation for some little time. The subject of establishing a state insurance office in .this connection wixs considered by the Cabinet on Monday, when reports were received from Mr A. M. Laugh- j ton (the Government statist), who strongly advised, in view of the novel- ; ty of the experiment, that an officer j possessing a knowledge of insurance and actuarial work should be sent to New Zealand to inauire into the work ing of the system in operation in that country. He pointed out that if that were done, the officer would, vn'thin three weeks or a month, be able to eubmit to the ministry a report on the .methods employed, and the methods operating in the New Zealand depart ment, which had been created under a oimilar law. The Cabinet accepted the Government statist's suggestion, and authorised the Chief ...
Reasons for Rotations; [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 18 March 1914
Reasons for Rotations, At the basis of all genuine rotations lies the fact that plants differ from one another in their demands upon tiie soil, both chemical and physical ; they differ in their root Byefcem; depth of feeding, their moisture require ments, their dates in reaching matur | ity, etc. Many plants impoverish the soil , a few enrich it; some spoil its physical condition, whilst othe.s improve it in that regard. Many crops favor the i growth of weeds, while others are eith: er able to hold the weeds in check, or j require such cultivation and treatment as wiil prevent their growth, AH these differences fit plants for different places in rotation, and a well arranged rotation is one in which the strong points of one crop fellow so as to fill in the weak points of an* other, or vice versa, and in this way reduce dificiencies to a minimum. A crop which requires a large amount of one element should be followed by one which requires a less amount e£ that element and probably mor...
Conserving heat in soils [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 18 March 1914
Conserving heat in fioite frood tillige conserves heat in the soil as well as conserving moisture. One powerful argument for tho prop er drainage of our soila ia that th© temperature of the soil would be very much'increased thereby. By prevent ing the evaporation o£ soil moisture by proper cultivation the large amount of heat necessary to evaporate the water is kept within the body of the soil. Ill some experiments conducted at the liutherglen Experimental Farm it was found that the soil under certain con ditions loi-t water equivalent to one tenth of on inch of rain per day. This equals approximately ten tons of water per day. If there is no external source of heat then the beat required for the evaporation of the water is ex tracted from the soil.
Market Reports and Sales. PRODUCE REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 18 March 1914
Market Reports and Sales. PRODUCE REPORT The Gippsland &. Northern Cooperative Selling Co. Ltd report, March 12th— Butter.—Sales were made again this week at irregular prices, choice selling afc 1/1.Id to 1/2, whilst butters grading 90/92 points were difficult to quit at ll^d to l/l, better .prices being secured occa sionally, Good to prime Hid: to 1/, seconds' 10id to lid, lots affected by heat lower. Separators 9Ad to lOd, dairies 7.^d to 8d . Cheese.—Sales of. loaf cheese are firm at GAd, (id to G|d being realised for medi um sizes, medium qualities lower. Semi matured G,\d, mature^ 7}d to 8d Eggs.—Values remain unchanged, 10d to- lid being realised for storekeepers' lots, 11 to l/l for privates, and up to 1/2 per dozen for specials .; . ■ . Bacon—Prime light sides lOd to lO^d^ medium weights 9.\d,. heavies lower, mid dles lOld to lid, hams 1/ to; 1/11 Lard—Bulk 6d to Gad, packet ?d
POSTAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 18 March 1914
POSTAL NOTES ; Postal iisteB may be obtained at any post | office payable at Money Order offices iQ ! this Sate, South Australia Queensland ' and Tasmania, The following are th® | denominations" of the notes find the prices | charged fur them— Is id, Is 6d Jd, 2s Id, j 2s Cd Id, 3s Id. 3s Cd "id, 4s Id, 4s 6d Id, | 6el^d. *b 2d, lOa 3d, 15s 3d. 2Cs 3d. I '
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 18 March 1914
fHK POWER OF ADVERTISING . A man never real'so.? the fu:l hem fit> of advertising til! ho lid-; plac-d ilia matter before the same people 50,or lOJ turns. The iirst ad. is good, buc the lUOth is worth mare that 500 times aa much *as the fir.-t. Some one ha-s said the first time 0 mail looks at an advertisement he doc-i not se-'.it. The second time he docs not notici it. Tho third time he is dimly conscious of it. The fourth time ho fairly remembers something jf the kind before. Tho fifth time he half reads it-. The sixth time to turns up his nb'i> Rt it. The sevrnth time he throws tho papoi do'.vn impatiently. The eighth time he ejaculate®: "There is the con ound'.'d thing again." The ninth time ho tenders if the/6 is anything m it. The temh time ho t'ninkr. it mi-I/t be possible, to suit somebody &lt; ise's e;is« The eleventh time h.-> think? ho w.tf ,psk his neighbour if lie has trii d it o* knows anything about it. The twelfth time he wonders if th-V confounded a...
POSTAL RATES [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 18 March 1914
POSTAL BATES Letters (this Stale) for every •§ oz or under Id Packets— Cunmercial and printed papers, maximum weight- Sib, dim ensions not to exceed 2ft in length, Jft in depth or width—for every 2 oz or fraction ihereof Id f'attc rns and samples^ packets and merchandise, ete. maximum lib. dimensions not to exceed Sift in length. 1ft in width or depth, rate of postnpe for every 2 i>z or franl ion thereof Id Books—For every 4 oz of ii&dui np to 51b Id Newspapers—For every newspaper $d Vott Cards—earii Id Litter Cards—tco cards 2^1 Registration fee 3d Litters marked 'Urgent' and bearing (id additional stamps will be treated In the sjinie manner as telegrams and delivered with the utmost despatch if addressed to persons in the radius of the delivery by telegraph messenger To New South Wales, New Zealand. Fiji. Queensland. South .Australia. Tasma nia, Western Australia—SitOie charges aa in ^*>etoria " ' ' - Biitish nnd Foreign Postage—Letler3 — For every ^ ounce or under t...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 18 March 1914
Death &nbsp; &nbsp; JEWELL.—On the 12th. March, at her son-in-law's residence, Lang Lang, Harriet Anne Jewell, widow of the late Peter Thomas Jewell, of Bonnie Doon, and loving mother of Mrs T. Prowd, Mrs B. Buckle, William, Frederick and Albert Jewell, aged 80 years. A Colonist of 60 years.