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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 22 April 1914
Commonwealth Jj§§»®ank of Hustralta HEAD OFFICE 8YDNEY This Bank Is open for all classes of GENERAL. BANKING BUSINESS »t EQUITABLE BUILDING), COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE -Also at Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, Hobart, Rrisbane, Rockhampton, Townsville, and London. Cable remittances made to, and drafts drawn on foreign places direct. Foreign bills negotiated and • collected. Letters of credit issued to any part of the worid. Bill? negotiated or forwarded for collection. Banking and Exchange Business of every description transaoted within the Common wealth, United Kingdom and abroad. Current accounts opened. Interest paid on fixed deposit*. - Advances made Rgainst approved securities. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Victorian Central Office I 317 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE. Branches in the above cities and 2,000 Agencies at Post Offices throughout the Commonwealth. Deposits from 1/- to £300. Interest at 3% per annum, Deposits or Withdrawals ma; be made at any Branch or Agency within the Comm...
Notes and Comments, [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 22 April 1914
Notes and Comments, (By Bill Nye) If local boot-the-ballers don't give themselves an electric shock of energy, the public during the coming winter will have to sit in sacjkcloth and ashes, lamenting that the popu lar game of football has been sup erseded by, the royal game of crick et. In some instances old clubs are hanging back, either through sloth in getting going, or doubt as to whether a team can be arranged good enough to meet those coming to the convincing ground. Of these Lang Lang and Yannathan appear to be the most backward, but it may be said that, until the club machin ery is set going, we cannot say defi nitely what teams, and of what for midable calibre, will be able to strip for the oval. Korumburra is said to be anxious to arrange a Line Asso ciation, but it may be suggested that the arguments against such a co operation, brought forward last seas on, will be found to be equally strong at the present time as far as this district is concerned, and the Kor umburra dis...
Heath Hill. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 22 April 1914
Heath Hill. A very successful picnic was held in Mr Boss's paddock on Easter Mon day, under the auspices of the Heath Hill school committee. The uncer tainty of the weather prevented the larger attendance that might have bfeen expectedj but those who were present, children as well as "grown-ups,'' spent a very etijoyable afternoon. Races were run under the supervision of the committee^ the elder children receiving money prizes and the younger one3 toys, while refresh meats were provided on a liberal scale. The committee are to be cooiplimented on carrying out such an enjoyable gathering.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 22 April 1914
A GRAND BALL Will be held in the Lang" JLang Etali On Friday* June 5th, In aid of the Catholic Church. String Band. Efficient H.C. Good Slipper. MOONTilGHT. Double Tickets 5/. Extba Lady 1/. J. COGHLAN, Hon. Sec. THE ANNUAL Tea Meeting and Concert In connection with the Yannathan Union Church Will be held in the Yannathan Hall On MUMlT, M4¥ Stilt. Tea from 6.30 p.m. Melbourne and Admission Is 6d. Concert 8.15 p.m. Local Artists. Concert only Is, Moonlight. W. 11. L. CUBRIE, Hon. Sec. A Truck of Pigs and Galves WILL bo forwarded from Lang Lang on monday next, at 3 p.m. consigned to • joseph clare:e & CO,, Danuenong W". Ghieve, Agent. A Truck of* Pigs and Calves WILL be loaded afc Kooweerup Station on Monday afternoon next, consign ed to Soott and Co., Dandonong. 0. MOODIE, Agent.
Opening of Parliament [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 22 April 1914
Opening of Parliament Of surprises tlio Governor-General's speech was absolutely devoid. But those who love political excitement have the satisfaction of knowing that the position is rich in uncertainty, The unexpected cannot happen, for no sane onlooker'cher ishes any definite expectation, The Par liament returned in May last is a pcculiur one, and whilst it lives anything is poss ible. Of its remarkable features not the least is that the Opposition can at any time send its members to the Country, but that Ministers are powerless to force an appeal upon the Opposition. The Senate commands the position ; it can reject the teat bills, it can pass them ; the Ministerial majority in the Representa tives can merely send them up to be treated as Labor thinks fit. Mr Fisher has movt'd a censure mo tion, which means idle talk and delay. The Ministerial policy, which may be sharply divided into two parts, awaits consideration. The one portion of the policy is immediate and centres in the te...
COMMONWEALTH ELECTORAL ACT. COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 22 April 1914
COMMONWEALTH ELECTORAL ACT. COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA. j It is intended forthwith to enter upon ! a complete review of the Commonwealth Electoral Rolls for the State of Victoria. It will be the duty of the 'Electoral offi cial's, under the law tc take proceedings against any person? who have failed to comply with the compulsory provisions of the Electoral Act in respect to enrol ment, and to take the necessary legal action to remove from the rolls on which they now appear any names which under the law should not bo retained on such Rolls. Every qualified person not already cor rectly enrolled, including every elector who has changed his or her place of living, but who has not taken the necess ary action to obtain correct enrolment for the Subdivision of the Electorate in which he and she lives and has lived for a period of not less than one month, is advised to at onco comply with the law by complet ing and lodging tho required form of claim with the Electoral Registrar concerned. A...
General Information STAMP DUTIES [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 22 April 1914
General Information | STAMP DUTIES Duties on bills of exchange and promia I sory notes nob exceeding £'25 6d. £50 Is, ! £75 la 6d, £100 2a, For every additional i £50 or fractional part thereof Is ' The duty on a bill of exchange payable on demand or on presentation or at sipht is Id. payable at any future date 6d and upwards according to value Cheques Id •Receipts for payment of £2 or upwards Id Lease or agreement tor 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 6 (c) For every transfer or assignment of any lease 5 0 Exemptions Draft or order drawn upon any other banker in Victoria for settling aciounts only i Government cheques ! Draft l'or transmission of money between Government departments Withdrawing money from any post office or other savings bank Government or • mcuiicipal debentures Cheques drawn b...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 22 April 1914
fHE J70WETI OF ADVERTISING. A man never rcal.'scs (he full benefits of advertising till he has placed tiie matter before the same people 50 or 10.) times. The first ad. is good, hue the 100th is fforili more that 500 times as much as the fii>t. Some one has said the first time a man looks at an advertisement he does not se-* it. The second time he does not notict it. The third time he is dimly conscious of it. . The fourth time he fairly remembers something jf the kind bofor&lt;:. The fifth time he half reads it. The sixth time Le turns up his no..* nt it. The seventh time he throws the papei down -impatiently. Thu eighth time* he ejaculates: "Thero is llie con ouncl'jd Ihing again." The ninth time ho wo.idem if thejfl is anything in it. The tenth time he thinkf. it mirh: be possiblo to suit somebody rise's cas The eleventh time lu- thinks lie w.H ask his neighbour if lie has trii d it pi knows anything about it. The twelfth time he wonders if the confounded advertiser .c...
POSTAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 22 April 1914
POSTAL NOTES I Postal neteB may be obtained at any post office payable at Money Order offices in | this Sate, South Australia Queensland , and Tasmania, The following are th? j denominations of the notes and the prices charged for them— Is Jd, Is Gd Jd, 2s Id, 2s 6d Id, 3s Id, 3s 6d Id, 4s Id, 4s Gd Id, Gslfd. 2s 2d, IOd 3d, 15a 3d. 2Gs 3d.
LAW RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS, [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 22 April 1914
LAW RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS; 1. Subscribers who do not give expres* notice to the contrary are considered aa wishing to continue their subscription. 2> If 6ubscriberB order the discontinuance of their periodicals, the publisher may oon tinue to send them until arrears are paid, 3. If subscribers refuse or neglect to take periodicals from the office to which they are directed, they are held responsible until they have settled their bills, and ordered the periodicals to be discontinued. 4. If subscribers move to other places without informing publishers, and the paperB are Bent to their former direction, the subscribers are responsible, 5. The courts have decided that 'refus ing to take periodicals from the office or removing or leaving tbem uncalled for is prima facie evidence of intentional feMLi.' 6» If subscribers pay in advance for peri* odicals they are bound to give notice to the publisher, at the end of the time, that they do not wish to continue taking it, otherwise the pub...
Where Ignorance is Bliss. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 29 April 1914
Where Ignorance is Bliss. * ; As an example of pathetic ignorance j ahd misplaced—though no doubt eon ! scientious—zeal, we can have no more striking instance than those members of the Society of Friends who, before the Governor-General designate of , Australia left England, veiled upon him and implored him to exert his in. flnence towards a return to voluntary mi.-.itary training iu Australia. The question of the merits or de merits of compulsory training is beside the mark. The point is that a cortain policy has been formed, approved and introduced by a law which has been passed by the people's representatives in the Commonwealth Parliament; aud on the advice of his Ministers the Gov ernor-General of Australia has accord ed it his assent. By vfrhat authority then:does a body of Friends—or in deed any other British institution approach His Majesty's representative in Australia and tender a perfectly unjustifiable request that he should "support" the overthrow of the express ed wish...
Senate Pre-election. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 29 April 1914
Senate Pre-election. -a. [By Liberal.] The bullot for the candidates who are to contest the Victorian Senate seats in the interests of the Liberal Party closes this week. Many Liber, als may be tempted to under-rote the importance of the issues at stake. Thay note that iu 1910 the vote for the Senate was ticket pure and simple, that in 1913- it was solid ticket in fiveof the six States. They note farther that a man of maik like Sir Josiah Symon failed ignomimously when he ran as an Independent, and that a number of very obscure and somewhat feeble candidates were re turned by Labor, simply and solely' becouse they were ^'officially endors ed. "Names have lost their weight," ihey reflect, "Meu like Symon and the lite Sir William Lyne fell when, without solid party backing ; a new comer defeated hir John Quick on his own ground, when the swing of the Party pendulum favored the tyro. We are LibernK aud when tlio time comes we will support the chosen six, be they whom they may," There i...
Lang Lang Progress Association. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 29 April 1914
"Lang Lang Progress Association. . &lt;» A meeting of the abovo assoc iation was held on ; Thursday laat (Mr Couglo in the chair) when it was decided to ask the Council to remove limp at the hall to opposite side near Mr McCraw's and also provide an additional lamp lighting the street leading to the Church of England, It waa decided to make the following requests to the railway department : — 1. The providing of a lamp to light .the main approach to station, The lamp post has been erected for some i time, but the lamp has not been fur nished. 2. The fencing of the line from main approach to the plitforra on the :left side going in to prevent cattle and horses straying on the line. The two former improvements have been prom ised-by the-Commissioners. 3. The levelling of a footpath from main approach gate to the station on the left side, under tile pines above the drain, so that pedestrians would not bo compelled to take the road at night when vehicles are ruuning. It is estim...
Methodist Church. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 29 April 1914
Methodist Church. Prior to the departure of Mr McPbee, the late popular Methodist missionary, the various congregations determined to clear off the church debt, which at the close of the pre vious quarter was £16 6s 8d. The re sult is that Mr Nichols commences his charge with a clear financial sheet. - •
Winter Time Table. EARLY TRAIN KEPT ON, [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 29 April 1914
Winter Time Table, EARLY TRAIN KEPI ON, The winter railway time table com mences on the 4th of May, No alter ations have been made in the running time of passenger trains on this line3 but it may be noted with satisfaction that the goods train which leaves Nyora at 5 a.m. (reaching Lang Lang at 5.2Q, Kooweerup 5.55) to which "a passenger car is attached, has been promoted to be a time-table train, which means that it will be kept on permanently.
Nyora. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 29 April 1914
Nyora. A concert, followed by the cantata, "The White Garland," in aid of the ITyora Sunday school, was given by the children and young people of the dis trict on Friday evening last in the Nyora I Hall. The children were trained by I M,rs McLennan and Miss Perry, and | did them great credit by the able man ner in which they perfprmed and ren dered the musipal part of the pro gramme. .MisS Eidgway, of Lang Lang, acted1, as accompanist?, Mr Burchett, of Poowong, being chairman. The children afc the close of the cantata sang the "Good-night chorus.", ..A vote of thanks being passed by the-chairman, the enjoy able tevening closed by all singing the National Anthem. The programme for the first part was as follows :—Opening chorus, oy the children, "Star-crossed Flag" ; recitation,, "My Dolly," by Rita Casey and James Fisher (as doctor); song, "Dcn't go down the mine, Dad," by Ruby McLennan, being very well ren dered ; action song and chorus, "The Dunces," by eight small boys; recitation...
Lang Lang Dredge. WORK ABRUPTLY CEASES. OPINIONS, OF SMITH, BROWN AND ROBINSON. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 29 April 1914
Lang Lang Dredge. —9 — WORK ABRUPTLY CEASES. OPINIONS, OF SMITH, BROWJT ANfc ROBINSON", Iu our last issue we devoted special attention to the history ot the erect ion of the dradge on the Lang Lang River, giving special prominence to the difficulty' of transporting the machinery; and erecting it, with Ger man plans, French measurements, and ill-fitting parts. At the same time we complimented, the department on hav- . ing. successfully accomplished this feat, and we reported that . on the 15th iitfet, a successful trial run was given under the supervision of the chief engineer, Mr Catani, the mach- , ine excavating at the rate of about I 90 cubic yards per hour. It was un derstood that the work of dredging would commence as soon as a short section of rails was laid towards the bay, and an official starting of the machinery was hinted at. On Satur day last a change of plan took place, when a?.l hands were knocked off, and instructions given to put a watchman in charge of the. machiner...
Market Reports and Sales. PANDENONG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 29 April 1914
Market Reports and Saless. PANDENOJTG- MARKET. AdamSon Strettle and Co., .Alex Scott and Co, and Josepli ClarEe and Co., conjointly report:— A heavy supply of milkers and spring ers, and the usual yarding of fleshy and store cattle . Good milkers in demand from £10 5/ to £15, somo of the principal sales as follows :— , : Messrs Geo. Koys 3 to £15, E. G-ardin er 3 to £13 10/, Leam Corrigan 4 to £11 12/6, W". Gardiner 6 to £11, F. Einsiedel 2 to' £9, P. Einsiedel 10 to £9 2/0, N. Bowman 4 to £9. Springers—P, Einsiedel 6 to £9 17/6, Troupt Bros. 3 to £9, M. O'Connor 1 at £8 12/6", T. Lempriere 2 to £8 5/, E. Iliggins 3 to £8 5/, N. Bowman 3 to £7 10/. Pigs—Heavy bacon to £3 18/, light 53/ to £3. Porkers much easier, heavy 37/ to 44/, light Si/ to 36/, suckers 15/ to 20/, extra to 30/. Calves in good demand from 5/to 50/.