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Yallock. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 8 April 1914
Yallock. This week will be quite a busy one for the Yallock folk. Owing to the removal of that popular young preacher, Mr McPhee, to Beech Forrest, his friends are going to make this week the most eventful ever known in Yallock, He is to be the guest of the Rechabites on Tuesday evening, on Wednesday of the Yallock cricket club, on Thursday of the Christian Endeav or, and on Friday he preaches his farewell sermon. This proves that a good name is more to be prized than great riches. Mrs C. Ware had a very startling experience in the lightning storm on Friday week. She went out to the wood heap to obtain aoriie wood for the fire, when a blinding flash of lightning appeared to strike her feet, and she was knocked down and had to be carried into the house, where she remained unconscious for some hours. On examining the place where she stood a Brick was found cut in two halves, The writer saw the brick, which had a clean cut in the centre and was slightly dark at the outside edges. The b...
Proposed Reservoir ABOVE BUNYIP. MAY AFFECT THE KOOWEERUP SCHEME. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 8 April 1914
Proposed Ileservoir — 9 ABOVE BUNYJ.P. MAY AFFECT THE KOOWEE KU P SCHEME. Officers of the Water Commission have visited the junction of Buuyip ;md Tai-ago Bivers about a mile north of Bunyip, in search of a site for a reservoir. Their reports have not yet bean made public. At the back of Bunyip there is a watershed of from 60 to 70 square miles of country, and a suitable basin is close at hand. Mr W. S. Koast, M.L.A;, is making ar rangements for a Parliamentary party to inspect the site after the Easter holidays. If this Scheme bo carried out it may have an important bearing on the Kooweerup Swamp drainage scheme, oh which the commission proposed to ppend £55,000. A pro posal has been made for a water sup ply for the Westemport naval base at Monbulk. It is possible that the Water Commission has the idea of utilising the Bunyip and Tarago waters for this purpose, as the dis". tp.tice to convey the waters (from near j Bunyip te Westemport) would be | no greater than from Monbulk,
Cranbourne Shire Council. Saturday Last. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 8 April 1914
Cranbourne Shire C ouncil. Saturday Last. Freaent—Crs Oatneron, O'Brien Wilson, Lloyd, Herkes, Callanan. and Brunt. Cr O'Jirien was voted to the chair, COKRESPONDEN CE From Treasury, /orivardmg claim ' form for £122, equivalent for licences. — Received. Vtit.-lie \\rorks department, askih" ' for plan of proposed proclamation of carriage and footways, Craubouvne.— Information supplied. Lands department, advising of res ervation of site for pound at Gran bourne.—Crs lierkos and Braut. Sieps to be taken to permanently reserve sitr». Country Roads board, that tenders for contracts -AS | 1\& aud 49 | 14 had been approved of, and advising re pay ment of minimum wage of Ss per da_y\ —Received. Same, re monthly reports on pro gress of work.*, etc.—Received. Same, that provision be made in specifications for preliminary deposit of per cent, deposit with tender and final deposit of y per cent, deposit on acceptance of tender.—Received. Health department, re enforciu'g proper cleansing...
Agricultural Society. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 8 April 1914
Agricaltural Society, A meeting of the committee of above was held at the Society's Office on Monday. Present—Messrs P._ Le Roux (President), Bonney. Ridgway, Stafford, McKernan, Grant, Coghlan, Cochrane, Glasheen, Henderson, Cole, Druce, Lucey, and Glasscock (secre tary). Apology was received froco Mr Blake, Correspondence. From Department of Agriculture, acknowledging receipt of the return of awards made in tho stallion classes at show on 12tb February, the awards being in order—Received Donald Society, forwarding resol ution to the effect that the rate of exemption for sustenance of employes or members of family under the in come tax should be increased to I5s per week—Resolved on the motion of Messrs Stafford aad Glasheen, that the resolution be endorsed by this society, and that Mr Downward be asked to support the proposal. General, Accounts amounting to £14 17a 7d were passed for payment. The Secretary reported that the prize money, including values, am ounting to £212, had be...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 8 April 1914
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 8 April 1914
.AAIUM'U* MMANUFACTURERS of engines, that have been before 1. *!. the public for twenty, thirty, or even fifty years, advertise with pride that they have 20,000 engines in use—40,000 or 50,0.00 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 "LH.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. leading engine— is the engine supreme—the world's THE ENGINE YOU WILL EVENTUALLY BUY International Harvester Company ...
Farmers' Co-operation. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 8 April 1914
Farmers' Co-operation. The Gippsland and Northern Co operative Selling Company Ltd. is taking steps to enlarge its capital," and to extend its scope of business by entering upon fire;'live stock, and workers' compensation insurance. Owing to rapid growth of the grain department it has been found necess ary to greatly increase the company's capital, and a meeting of sharehold ers is to be held on May 1 for the purpose pf increasing the authorised capital from ^*30,000 to ^250;000. Nearly all of the present authorised number of shares have been taken up, and there will be a considerable amount to be distributed in bonus shares at the end of this year. It is thus necessary to have additional authorised capital to make further issues of shares, and directors have decided to make the increase fairly substantial, as. they consider the ex tra amount will be required within the next few years. For some considerable time, there has been a feeling, amongst farmers that they should have a co-o...
No title [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 8 April 1914
The committee of the Church of Eng land, Lang Lang, intend holding a fruit and flower show in tho hall early in .November next, and further more def inite information will be advertised in due course as to tho exact date of tho propos ed Show. Rabbit trapping has how become an important industry 011 this line. On Friday last when the morning train reached Lang Lang the van contained 92 crates, each containing 21 pairs of rabbits, and this cargo is little, if any thing, above the average. Unfortunate ly this good business for the trappers is the result of an alarming increase of rabbits in the country from Nyora to tfes terminus of tho line, where a few years ago they wore little trouble. Harry Lauder, tho famous Scottish comedian, who is accompanied by his wife, reached Sydney last week, He was given a cordial reception by crowds at the wharf on the way to the Hotel Austra lia, whither lie was escorted by the Highland Pipers' Band. He arrived in Melbourne on Monday, and will make hi...
Farewell to Mr McPhee [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 8 April 1914
Farewell to Mr McPhee There was a large gathering at the Lang Lang hull on Thursday evening at a farewell social evening to Mr C. C, McPhee, who for the past two years has acted as Methodiat home mission ary for the Yallock district. Mf ISIcPhee, who is leavi'hg. fi-r Beech Forest-, in ihe Western District, ha3 been succeeded in bis charge by Mr Geo. Isichol's. Mr 0. Melgaard. occupied the chair, and in the inter mission of parlor ,games, eongs were rendered by Mr McPhee and Mrs With ers, with recitations by Mr Stafford, Mrs R Henderson (also a reading"} and a dialogue by the little Mioses Baker and McGinnis The chairman, who apologised for tho unavoidable ab sence of tho Rev. M. G. Opper, asked Mr McPheo to corno on to th6 plat form, and pp ko in highly compliment ary terms of the character of bis mis eiona,r\ work in the diwtrict, and said he voiced the sentiments of all who knew him when he said they were very sorry to lone him He presented Mr Mcfhee with a handsome travell ing r...
Lang Lang Race Club PICNIC PONT MEETING SUGGESTED. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 8 April 1914
! Lang Lang Race Clufe I 4 PICNIC PONT MEETING* SUGGESTED. A meeting of the committee of above was held is the Lang Lang Hotel on Thursday evening, Mr H. Rogera (President) in tho chair. A letter waa received from the Y.R.C. asking club to ux the date of its next meet ing before the 1st of May, in order that races might be arranged so as to avoid clashing of meetings —It was resolved on thfi motion of Messrs Prior and Lucey thit Friday, Febru ary 19th, be si-lectpd, failing that dale^ February 26fb, and if either of those dates are not available, the matter to be left m the hands of the President', Secretary and Mr Sheahan, , The secretary was directed to attend to a request from the "Australas ian office," asking for a copy of race book, with pedigrees of horse.", ov'et" weights, etc., also to acknowledge a donation of 10s 6d from Barrow Bros. AccountB to hand were passed for payment, and the secretary was in; atrucled to check and pass the 'remain ing accounts. The secretary, esti...
All Nations' Fair. A GREAT SUCCESS. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 8 April 1914
All Nations' Fair. ! A GREAT SUCCESSi On Friday afternoon Uie All Nations' Pair, iii aid of the funds of the Union Church, was opened by Mr Downward, M.L.I., in the Yannathan Hull. Mr Downward also remained during the even ing and ^ave an interesting address on tttpfei of local interest. The fair was thronged on I riday and Saturday even ings and was continued on.Monday, the first night's takings being £19, and the financial reSiilt is most satisfactory to all concerned., a proflit of about £110 being realised. (The debt on the church is some £S0.) A report will be given in our next issue.
Lang Lang Gun Club. CLAY PIGEONS. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 8 April 1914
Lang Lang Gun Club. cla.y pigeons. The opening shoot at clay pigeons was held at the club's groands last Saturday. A large number of competitors took part, but the majority were unable to show any form at all with them, owing chiefly to the distance the shootists were placed behind the traps. The shoot was a finan cial succcss, and the results were as | follows :— No, 1 (sparrows)—B. Chaffey, E. Stan late and W. Gardiner. 5 kills No. 2 (sparrows)—G-. Stanlake and L. Wildes. 3 kills No 3 (clay pigeons)—Nyora, 6 kills No. 4 (clay pigeons) --Nyora 1st, E. Stanlake 2nd, DeBavey 3rd No. 5 (clay pigeons)—Whynot 1st; G-. Stanlake 2nd, E. Stanlake 3rd
Dandenong Market. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 8 April 1914
DandenoUg Market, Alex. Scott and Co. report as follows on yesterday's market:— Messrs F.-Einsiedel 4 to £1115/, J. W. Dagnall 1 at £9 2/6, W. MeCraw 1 at £9 5/, J. Mar wick 1 at £9 5j, J. West 1 at £9 15/, E. Higgins 2 to £10 2/6, Mrs Foster 1 at £9 o f. Springers—J. Dagnall 1 at £8 5/, G-. Lehman 5 to £9. Calves to £3 5/, pjgs to £12
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 8 April 1914
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Church Services. SUNDAY NEXT. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 8 April 1914
Church Services. Su.n'DA y Next. Catholic Church.—Mass at Kooweerup 11, Lang Lang 9. Presbyterian Church.—Lang Lang 7.30. Ko'cvreerup 2,30, Yannathan 11, lleV. W. Ingram. Methodist Church. — Yallock 1), Five Mile 7.30, Mr Lawson. Lang Lang 3, Yannathan 7,30, Mr Lumsden. Ghureh of England—Lang Lang li, Yallock 3, Kooweetiip 7.30. Holy Com munion. Rev. M. G-. Opper. Good Friday. Church of England—Lang Lang 8, Yannathan 11.