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Church Services. SUNDAY NEXT [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 1 April 1914
Church Services; Sunday Next Catholic Church.—Mass at Kooweerup 9, Lang Lang 11. Church of England—Lang Lanjf 7.30, Kooweerup 11, Yallock 3; Rev. M. G-. Opper. j Presbyterian Church.—Lang Lang , 11, Yannathan 7.30. Bor. W. Ingram. Methodist Church'. — Yallock 7.30, Mr Collett. Yannathan 1], Cora I&lt;yrnn 3. Fiv» llile 7,30. Mr MoPhee
Suicide at Kooweerup. EXTRAORDINARY CONDUCT [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 1 April 1914
Suicide at Kooweerup. EXTRAORDINARY CONDUCT On the 23th ult. it was reported to tbe loc.il police that a man named Jim Little had committed suicide bj shooting hircsdf. Constable Cele proceeded to the place, had the body brought to Lang Lang, and on the following day an inquest was held be fore Mr Cuhen, P.M,, when the fol lowing facts were elicited. The de~ ceased,' who followed the pccdpnfipn' of a laborer, arrived at JCooweerup by the evening train on Saturday, 21st nit., ana on the following day in com pany with a man named Morris lie went to a farm occupied by Johnson Bros., of Kooweerup, and got erapl'-yment. In company wit!;1 Morris he returned to the farm to borrow Johnson's gun to shoot rabbits. Johnson being absent deceased got through a window which had been left unlocked and took the gunj which wan of .410 calibre. Deceased fired two shots at Johnson's dray, aud Morris one at his plough. On the road down to the camp deceased said ho was going to sbont Morris's mate. Morr...
Special Cattle Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 1 April 1914
Special Cattle Sale. Messrs A. Scott and Co. h. 11 a epcci.il eattlo sale at tbe Lang Lung vards od Wednesday, when about DOO bead were yarded, of which 326 were sold Of the s.lea backward springers weie dull, while forward springers were in g>iod request, selling up to &lt;£.10 10s. .Pat cows so-J well, and fleshy cows were in good demand, and had good sale. Mr McGrntb, a Woslern district buyer, paid £9 10s f«.?r Ayrshire cow?,
Market Reports and Sales. PANDENONG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 1 April 1914
Market Reports and Sales. PANUIi.N02sTG MARKET. Adamson Strettlc and Cp., Alex Scott and Co, and Joseph Clarke and Co., conjoint^ report :-f A medium...yarding of milkers and springers', demand good especially for fiC'tfd cows, somo of the principal lots being as follows :— Milkers—Messrs P. T. Heywood 2 to £12 15/, H. Taylor 2 to £12, P. Eiiisiedel 6 to £9 15/, Mrs Cooper 1 at £9, W. C, Greaves 4 to £12 10/, J. Manvick 4 to £10 10/, H. Masters 4 to £10, J\ Little 1 at £10, E. Higgins 2 to £9 5/, Geo. Leh man 2 to £10 17/(5. I. Corrigan 2 to £S 10/, C. Greaves 2 to £9, E. Siedcl 5 &lt;o £10 10/, J. Pickett. 1 at £10 i2/G, W. Dillon 1 at £9. 17/6, H. Hose 1 at £10 2/(3 J. Hughos 2 to £8 7/0, W. Hussey 2 to £9 12/ti, N. Bowman 2 to £7 5/, P. Boh ruer 4 to £9 12/(5. Springers—J. Little 6 to £9 10/, F. Lnmpriere 4 to £8 10/, Geo. Lejiman 4 to £8, P. Einsidel 5 to £7 15/, H. Weist 2 to £7, Leam, Corrigah 2 to £7 15/, P. T Heywoocl. 2 td £5 15/, A. Suding (3 to £S 17/6, I. Eeyo 1 ...
MELBA DRAMATIC CO. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 1 April 1914
MELBA DRAMATIC CO. On Friday evening, April 3rd, the above company will appear in .the Lang Lang Half, and will produce a new version of , Mrs Henry "W ood's groat work, East Lynne. .The JVlelba company is direct from Sydney, and comes to Victoria with a splendid reputation, the company being under the direction of J. I). Musgrove L'd, Popular prices will be charged-.
GRAIN. Tuesday, March 31 [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 1 April 1914
G¥Jjn. Tuesday, March 31 Wheat—F.A.Q. 3/9.} to 3/10 Oats—Milling 1/11, feed l/9£ to 1/iO tor best, 1/7$ to 1/8 for medium Barley—Choice .English 3/(5, good 3/2 to 3/-1-. Gape 1/11 to 2/-J, .. . j Maize—Holders are asking 4/, but 3/11 ; the best offer Po;uU"f&lt;—'['here -.vc.s a good ci qirrv 1 today, and prime Garmans realised iJ.4 15/ 1 to it I, Browne lis £1 15/ j Onions—These remain steadj' at JEG for prime Chaff—Prime oaten ,63 2/0, good at ,63, lower grades are very difficult to clear at £2 12/6 to £2 15/
PRODUCE REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 1 April 1914
PRODUCE REPORT The G-ippsland & Korilicrn Cooperative Selling Co. Ltd report, March 26th— Butter.—Yictorian quantities show a further reduction, but supplies are more than ample for requirements on account of the importation of northern States' but ters. • ClioiBest in good demand at 1 /1A to 1/2, but a few points under choicest had to be sold at 1/ to 1/1. Good to prime lid to ll^d, seconds 10d to lid, according to quality. Separators 9jd to lOd, dairies 7id to 8d Cheese—The market is firm at the advanced rate, loaf sizes fetching 6.Id to 7d, mediums G|d to 6.jd. medium qualitios JSvrbr. Semi-matured 6£d to 7d, matured 7id to 8d Eggs—Tho marlcel; is a shide firmer, ordinary lines fetching 1/, private lines higher J3aeou—Primo light sides 10d to lOAd, mo.lium weights Ojd, heavies lower. Middles 10kl to lid, hams 1/ to 1/1 Lard—Bulk Gd to Gkl, packets 7d
Lang Lang Race Club A SUCCESSFUL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 1 April 1914
Lang Lang Itace Club A SUCCESSFUL MEETING. -Pat reus—Messrs W H Irvine, M.H.R,, Adumsou, M.L.C.i A. Downward, M.L.A., Crs W C tircaves aud A Cameron. . Pres ident— ET Rogers, Esq; Vice-presidents .—Messrs II Lawxfiuuc.. ani W Prior. Treasurer—C E Athelsiauc. Judge—\V Shealiau. Starter—J Hogan. Clerk of Scales—E Keighery Pouy measurer—G "Wildes. Clerk of Course—A Shatidley. Color Steward—T. SheahaiU Timekeeper — \V C.>le. Hen. Surgeon— Dr Harkness. Committee — Messrs H Rogers, J T O'lirien, &lt;1 Wildes, L Wildes. A Dainty, II l!ouik(\ R Gray, J 1'ynu, A Cnthbert, K Couple, C .MeKernan, W Sheahan, T vher.han, W West, W Grieve, D T Hen derson, H Lucey, CE Athelstaue, J.C Drueo, W P Prior, C Keighery, M Bourke, .T Hogan, A Shandley, H Law. reaee, W Cole, E Misson; Stewards—Messrs J. T. O'Brien, E, Cougle, W. Sheehan, \V, P. Prior, and H. Rogers. The most successful meeting fin ancially held by the above club for many years took place on the Lang Lang race course on Thursday ...
Yannathan. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 1 April 1914
Yannathan. At a meeting held at Yannatlian School on March 18th the following wore elected members of the School committee —Jos. Carson, Esq., J.P., Chairman ; B. Lineham. Esq., Treasurer; J, S. Smethurst, Esq., Correspondent, also J. j£. Stewart, Esq.. and Mrs P. W. Greaves, Mrs Lineham and Mrs Leeson.
Lang Lang Polios Court [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 1 April 1914
Lang Lang Polios Court Monday.—Before Messrs A. II, Bl.ike (Chairman), J. Carson and J. Mlckle, J,'*P. Forgery and Uttering Inspector Costello v. Geo. Stanford on two charges.of.torgiiig and uttering cheques to the value of £5 5^ 6d and £7 10s respectively. Accuscd pleaded guilty. Henry William Bolton, grazior, Diggers' Rest, deposed : In February last I was living at Lang Lang. Knew the accused. I let contract to Mr Out ridge to cart bricks aud accused came with him. I keep my account at the London Bank, Kooweerup, and cheque boot shown is mine; Oiae cheque with a duplicate was toru out. I nev er used cheque. The signature on cheque is not mine ; it is nothing like mine. From something my banker told me. I came aud saw Constable Cole about the 13th March, When I went home I looked at my cheque book again and found another cheque missing. The signature on cinque (produced) is not miuo. I always keep the cheque-book in the drawer in the dining room or in my pocket. Accused was in the...
POSTAL RATES [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 8 April 1914
POSTAL KATES Letters (this Stale) for every •J 07. or under Id Packets—Ci mmprcinl and printed papers, mrximum weight.51b dmi ei sions not to -exceed '2ft in length, 1ft in depth nr width—for every 2 oz or ftaetion thenol Id Pattirns and samples, packets and merchandise. etc. maximum lib. dimensions not to exceed £Jt in length. 1ft in width or depth, rate of postage for every 2 t.z or fract ion thereof Id Books—For every 4 02 or undai up Jo 51b Id Newspapers—For every newspaper id ^ost Cards—ear'd Id Litter Cuids—tco cards 2jd Registration fee 3d L> tiers marked 'Urgent' arid bearing 6d additional stamp's will be treated in the Siime manner as telegrams and delivered with the utmost despatch if nddressed 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—Same charges a8 in Victoria British nnd Foreign Postage—Letters — For every ^ ounce or under to United Kingdom id. Do....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 8 April 1914
f-ELK POWER OF ADVERTISING. A man never real so* the fu;l benefits of adver; ising tii! lie lia- j-.lao d tlie mutter before tlie* >ama people 50 or 10 J tim: e. Tho-tirsr ad. i* guod, but the 100th is wor. h in-ro tl.at 500 times as much as the Art. Some o;ie ha. sr.id" the first time a man looks at an advertisement he doe# not se" it. The second time be does not notict it. The third timo he is dimly conscious of it. Tlio fourth time he fairly remembers BOino'hing jf tin- bind before. The £Hh time lie half reads- it. The sixth time ho turns up his no_» ftt it. The ssvriith time lie throws tlij down imp itiesitiy. Tlu-i eighth time he ejac ulates: "There is the eon oumi'.-d Lliing again." The ninth t.mo he v"*.:do«8 if there is anything in ir. The tenili tiiiie ho thinkf. it mi-h: be possible to suit sonnbody else's ease The- elercntli time li;- thi.k?: ho w.l! ask his neighbour if he has tri&lt; d it 01 knows anything abont it. The twilfih time hi' wonders if the confoun...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 8 April 1914
THE GUARDIAN Fulfils all th^se Keouircmeiits There is no Business that cannot be Benefited by live, judicious advertis iiig. In country towns the people In business sometimes 'say, "Why should I advertise ? Everybody knows where I am and "what.I sell." "But that is an error. It can be proved erroneous by the Railway and •sCocch manifests and the parcels post lists at any provincial centre in which ^t,ho local business men fail to realise the need for kwpin^ the people in touch -^-ith all Lhey have to sell and how they soil it. It is safe to assert that by ^sa-r the grtvite-r part of the goods that mine from the cities through mail orders could be obtained locally of as good quality and as cheaply as the city houses can supply. Gut people need to be educated up to tiiis, and it is •through the advertising columns of the Local Newspaper that the education can Pbe effected. Moreover the Business man's announcement in the Local Newspaper is a vetanding invitation to do business with lii...
THE LANG LANG GUARDIAN Published every Wednesday Afternoon—3d per copy [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 8 April 1914
THE LANG LANG GUARDIAN I Published every 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 nhiah the people of the district can keep in touch with the affairs in which they are personally interested. The City dailies and •weeklies are all very well for those) wllo wish to keep posted upon affairs of ■State and of the world. But does not a comparatively trifling ovenb in our -own neighbourhood loom much larger in our eyes than the downfall of a •nation on the other sideof the world? The local newspaper that gives all the .■news of its own town and District— all the doings of its people and the hap ' ipenings—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 tihe town or on the land ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 8 April 1914
Fifth and Sixth in Wavmambool Road Race 1911 Rido a bicyclc built by a local builder ami a liieyclo Ruler, j a- c; COLVIN, j (Winner Austral Wheel Race, 1907 ) Jiuihis S H AlC KC LOT H CYCLES from £7- Cash or Terms. B.S.A, MACHINES (Guaranteed) £1010/. and £12 10/. Repairs and Enamelling done. All accessories stocked, and all orders prompfcfv, attended to. E. COCHRANE. Agent, Lang Lang. I Painless Dentistry. MR H. W. DE GRUCHY, Furgeon Dentist. 16] COLLLNS-ST., MELBOURNE (Nearly opposite George's) Late Chief Operator, Mr J. J. Forster Visits Kooweirup, 2S V>3i"-y $5$ ale I>a.y. At MISfc O'liEABDON'S COFFEE PALACE. Painless Extractions 2s 8d, Intending patients can rely upon having the most difficult teeth, no matter how Jjadly broken, decayed, cr buried stumps 'extracted?. t Absolutely Without Pain, And no after effects. Gold Fillings, Gold and Artilieial Teeth, and all classes of Dental work at most reasonable fees. •—Oity address as above,— r TARPAULINS Every year the demand...
Market Reports and Sales. PRODUCE REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 8 April 1914
Market Reports and Sales. PRODUCE REPORT The Grippsland& Northern Cooperative Belling Co. Ltd report April 2— Butter.—Tlio butter market this week was a shado weaker in tone for anything grading under superfine quality, choicest having a good demand at 1/l^d to 1/2, first grade from ll£d to 1/1, good lid, seconds 9,jd to lO.jd, according to quality. Separators 9|d to lOd, dairies 7id to 8d Cheese.—This market continues firm. Prime new loaf 6jd to 7d, mediums 6.jd, jnedium qualities lower. Semi-matured '/d, matured 7 id to 8d Eggs.—Reduced prices bare firmed the market again this week, sales being eff ected from 1/2 per dozen upwards Bacon—Prime light sides .LOd, medium weights 9kl, heaviea Sid, middles 10|d to lid, hams 1/ to 1/L Lard—Balk 6id, packets 7d GrIUIN. Tuesday, April 7 Wheat—PAQ 3s 9d to Ss lOd Oats—Milling Is lid, faed Is 0d to Is lCil far best, 19 7^d to Is 8d for medium Barley—Choice English 3s Gil, good 3s 2d to 38 4d» Cape Is lid to 8s 3d Maize—3s lOd is now ...
Football. SLOW IN STARTING. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 8 April 1914
Football. SLOW IN STARTING-. A irieeting of football delegates wfts called for Thursday evening last at the Palace Hotel, blit lapsed owing to the full strength of tlie district clubs riot being represented. Kooweerup and Lang Lang delegates only were pres ent; and it has been decided to call another meeting after the holidays, when the whole of the dietrict clubs should bo represented.
Easter Holidays. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 8 April 1914
Easter Holidays. i j On Good Friday Anglican services will bo conducted by Kev. M. G. Opper at Lang Lang in the evening and Yannathan in the morning. On Easter Saturday the annual picnic ! in connection with the Lang Lang Pres byterian Sunday school will bo hold on the Show grounds. Ou Easter Monday a picnic is to be held in Mr Iioss's paddock und«r the auspices of the Heath Hill school com mittee. All are invited. On the same day a match between the Lang Lang Cricket Association and the Richmond team will be commenced on the Show grounds and will be continued on Tues day. The selected team is given else where. On Easter Monday night a dance will be held in the Yannathan hall in aid of Upper Yannathan Tennis Club* a ball being held the same evening in the Koo weerup hall in aid of hall funds. At Lang Lang the storekeepers and drapers havo arranged to close on Good Friday, Saturday and Easter Monday.
Cricket Delegates, MATCH AGAINST RICHMOND [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 8 April 1914
Crxcket Delegates, v MATCH AGAINST RICHMOND ! A cricket delegates' meeting was held at the Lang Lang hall on Thurs day night, Mr Cole (President) in the chair, also present Meters Dainty, Patullo, Prior, HngheB, Garwood, Izzard, Hatty, and A. Glasscock (hon. sec). Kooweerup and Tooradin dele gates were absent. Yannathan delegates having with drawn their protest against Koowee rup, Yallock were declared premiers The following pLiyers were chosen to represent tho Lang Lang Associa tion in its match against Richmond, to be played on the Show grounds on Easter Monday and Tuesday at 1.80 p m. sharp—H Boxshal', F Crespin, E Hawkias, W Hatty (Yallock), H j Qlasscock, A Patullo, P Denuey, D Domtl'lson (Yannaihan), M Opper, J A Blake, A Glasscock (Lang Lane)» F. Garwood, A lugton (Midela), W Woods (Kooweerup) E Iioj tins (Tooradin). Emergencies—1 II Gard iner, 2 W Eason, 3 E Hughes, -1 Da! ley. Any of the abovfc. players unable to play will Bindiy inform the secretary at once. Players are ri...