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PRODUCE REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 29 April 1914

PRODUCE REPORT The Gippsland & Northern Cooperative Selling Co. Ltd report April 23— Butter—Although the Sydney market advanced 4/ on Saturday last, their best betters are still soiling for 101/, this snowing a big margin between the price we are realising for superfine quality. Sales were made for choicest l/l-£ to 1/2, first grade Hid to 1/1, and seconds lOd to 10£d, off lots had to be cleared at a lower figure, Separators 9|d to lOd, dairies 7^d to 8d . 7 Cheese.-—There is a >j3focd demand at 7d to 8?>d for prime new loaf, and 6fd to 7d for mediums, poorer qualities lower. Semi-matured and matured 7£d to 8d Eggs—There is no alteration to report in this market, sales being made at 1/4 to 1/8 Baco'a—Prime light sides lOd, medium, weights 9jd, heavies 8'd; middles 10'Jd to'lld, hams 1/ to 1/1 Lard—Bulk 6£d, packets 7d

Publication Title: Lang Lang Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COLONIAL BANK OF-AUSTRALASIA LIMITED. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 29 April 1914

COLONIAL BANK OP-AUSTRA LASIA LIMITED. ■ The balance sheet -of the Colonial Bank of Australasia Ltd, for the half-year end ed 31st March last has been published. The net profit for the half year amounted to £29,230 7/4. A dividend at the rate of 7 per cent, per annum has been made on both preference an ordinary shares, £10,000 being placed to the reserve fund, making £20,000 for the year. raising that fu'iid to £220,000. The reserve fund is now f qual to one-half the paid up capital cf the Bank. £5000 is- being-placed in reduction of bank premises, and £14S5 5/ is being carried forward to next half-year. The Bank continues to maintain-its repu tation for solidarity as the liquid assets, consisting of coin, bullion; debentures, etc., amount to. £2,078,787 11/6, which is more than sufficient to pay the current account credit balances and other liabili ties payable on demand in full, and is equal to. 46 per cent, of the total liabilities of the Bank. ■ The Bank is in a splendid financi...

Publication Title: Lang Lang Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GRAIN, ETC. Tuesday, April 28. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 29 April 1914

G- e a i k, Etc. Tuesday, April 28. Wheat—F.A Q;'. 3/9, medium qualities according to sample Oaks—Milling 1/11, feed ,l/8Jd to 1/9, medium l/7^d to 1/8 Barley—With, the exception of a few sales of choice quality,'there is nothing at all doing in this, line . . Maize—-This has beeii* much easier during the pa3fc week, and 3/10 is top, with very limited enquiry Chaff—This is s good deal better, and prime oaten is now woftli £3 5/, occasion ally £3 7/6, medium according to sample Potatoes—Supplies available this morn ing were far in excess of requirements, and consequently the market wajs jnucft. easier. Prime Carmans are offering at £5 to £5 5/, with very fdw buyers. Brownells £4 1,5/ to £5 Onions—^These, are rather firmeE.an$ prime Brown Spanish are worth £6 to £&J51

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 29 April 1914

Why force children to take castor oil -hen "LAXETTES" • are equally as effective and as pleasant as 3. chocolate cream. All chemists and storekeepers, 1/- and 2/6, or Bowen.& Co;, Swanston-st.t Melb. Send for free sample.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 29 April 1914

Chamberlain's ™™V°«YHD Tablets INDIGESTION,

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SLEEP PREVENTS, NOT CURES, FATIGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 29 April 1914

SLEEP PREVENTS, NOT CURES, FATIGUE. Most o£ us suppose that we sleep 6e'c.auae wo are exhausted; Bat Dr jClaparede, the Swiss physiologist, has just advanced a new theory, which is to the effect that we sleep in order to avoid becoming exhausted. The theory is that sleep, instead of being the re sult -of fatigue, is an impulsive self disinfection which the body conducts order to get rid of the waste products before they have time to produce ex haustion. Just as combustion of fuel for the production of heat and energy ia always attended by ashes and slag, so the slow combustion which produc es heat and energy in the body is likewise attended by waste, "Since the senses never voluntarily come to rest pr shut themselves off from the rest of She world, a point wou'd be reached eventually when the organism would perish as a yictitn of general nerve ex haustion. Ia order to hinder this Nature arranges betimes, i.e., before exhaustion can seriously injure the organism, to set in motion tha...

Publication Title: Lang Lang Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The "Safe" Milking Machine [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 29 April 1914

The "Safe" Milking- Machine There is only one safe, successful. nil J proved non-injurious milker on 1*ne marketi viz., the Lmvrencc-Kennedy-Gillies." Jt alone lias stcoil, the test of time, having a nine years' record of success. It is ci>t:r in:,' disaster to spend money on any milking machine that has net been in constant i:*e for two or three seasons on a mixed dairy herd. One season's work with a nc-.v ma chine is no sate guide as to its efficiency, as machines which worked all right the first .season "have oficn ruined the cows the fol lowing year. With the " L.K.G." yen taVtf no risks at all, as others did the experiment ing years ago. Ask Messrs. J. llartram and Son f'ty. Ltd., Mfcibourae. to post you their catalogue Xo. ito'ts. It tells you all about the " F..K.G." Milking .uachines, " Atfaj Laval" Cream Separator, and the " i'ciix'' Vai.n Motor. District Representative:—

Publication Title: Lang Lang Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 29 April 1914

Engine Supremacy 7|MANUFACTURERS of engines that have been before JL *J[ 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 "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 because of the satisfaction they give in actual use; not on account of anything we say of them. The "I.H.C." is the engine supreme—the world's leading engine— THE ENGINE YOU WILL EVENTUALLY BUY International Harvester Com...

Publication Title: Lang Lang Guardian
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 29 April 1914

- ^. int6invealtb /|||»Batik of EustraUa HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY "? * ' *l This Bank is open tor all clanes of QENERAL BANKING BUSINESS ftt EQUITABLE BUILDING, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE Also at Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, Ilobart, Hrhh.wii", llookliampton, Towr.sville, and London. Cable remittances '.nade to, and drafts drawn on foreign placcs direct. Foreign trills fcepotlated and collected. Letters of.iifedit issued to any part of the vrorld. -Bills negotiated or forwarded for collection. Batjkinij and Exchange (twines* of every d^vriptlnn transacted within the Common wealth. United Kingdom and abroad. Current accocms opened. Intaredt paid on fixed deposits. Advmtea made against approved securities. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Victorian Central Office: 317 OOLLINS SYREE**, MELBOURNE. Branchss in the abore cities and 2,000 Agencies at Post Offices throughout the Commonwealth. Deposits from 1/- to £300. Interest at 3% per annum, "Deposits or Withdrawals tnaj b# made at any Branch or A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 29 April 1914

To write for our Handsome Free Catalogue. It contains everything suitable for gifts :o man, woman, or child. FORSTER'S No. 357.—This Hifih firade Silver-plated Razor is equal to any razor retailed at 7/6: We are offer ing a limited number at 3/3 each, post free. 5 extra b!ade3 are presented free. "FORSTER" The Jeweller, g& 204 Smith St., Coilingwood, Melbourne.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 29 April 1914

THE GUARDIAN Fulfils all these Keauirements ADVERTISING. There is no 'Business that cannot be Benefited by live, judicious advertis ing. In country towns the people in business sometimes say, "Why should I advertise ? Everybody knows where I am and what I se.ll." "But that is an orror. It can be proved erroneous by the Railway and fCoach manifests an-d the parcels post lists at any provincial centre in which 7th® !local "business men fail to realise the need for keeping the p«ople in touoh with all they have to sell and how they soil it. It is safe to assert that by i'j,r the-greater part of the gokids that come from the cities through mail ■ orders could be obtained locally of as good quality and as cheaply- as the city ihouses can supply. Cut people need to be eduea.ted up to this, and it is i ^through the advertising columns of .the Local Newspaper that the education can 5>e effected. Moreover the Business man's announcement in the Local Newspaper is a J standing invitation to...

Publication Title: Lang Lang Guardian
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CORRICK'S ENTERTAINERS. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 29 April 1914

COSRIOK'S ENTERTAINERS. • THe Favorite company wil).~pay a re turn- visit to Lang Lang on Friday next, May 1st, when they Till present an en tirely new programme of vocal and in strumental items. Mis3 Elsie Uorrick the charming dramatic soprano, will pre sent several numbers, and Miss Ruby Corrick, cornet and mellaphone contribu tions. Mr James CaldweH. the popular baritone, who won the full approval of the audience with his excellent, voice on bis previous appearance, and the humor ist of the evening, Mr Jack Bonny, who kept his audionce thoroughly amused with his humorous items, will also ap pear. Three shilling reserved seats can be obtained at Druce's.

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THE LANG LANG GUARDIAN Published every Wednesday Afternoon—3d per copy [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 29 April 1914

THE LANG LANG GUARDIAN, Published every Wednesday Afternoon—3d per eopy No Resident of the District CAN AFFORD to do without liis District News 3?aper. i It is the only means by wiiioh tJio poop la of tho district can keep in touch • with the affairs in which they are personally interested. The City dailies aud 'weeklies are nil very well for tho so who wish to keep posted upon affairs of •-State and of the world. But does not a comparatively trifling cv-eui 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 all the taews of its own town and District— all tho "doings of its people and the hap penings—is therefore the Newspaper that holds first place iu. tho regard of all who take a hoalthy interest in iheir surroundings. In addition to tho personal claim the district Newspaper possesses it gir«s 'very real advantages from a business standpoint. Whether in business in ^he town or on the...

Publication Title: Lang Lang Guardian
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CAN THE PUBLIC WIN? [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 29 April 1914

CAN THE PUBLIC WIN ? A In proportion to its population, Australia devotes more time and money to horse racing than any coun- j try in the world. It is the gambling element, of course, that sustains the racing to such an eitent. and in 'Life' for May, just published, the question is discussed, 'Hns the general public .that supports the racing a fair chance of coming out on the right side iu its transactions with the bookmakers 7' •GK M. Dash, who has had a long and varied acquaintance with racing, arg ues the queofcion ?cry closoly, and produces a number,of examples to il lustrate the felicitous logic of the race' course gambler. He analyses many of the systems and superstitions upon which the man in the street specu lates his money, and shows how futile these are. Without in any way adopt ing the moral attitude, but merely as .3 hard-headed business man, he reit erates Punch's advice to these about to marry—'Don't.'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 29 April 1914

A 6 E.H.P, "Z.H.G." Hopper Cooled Engine, stationary, £70 ; portable, £85. Long terms and no interest. World's load ing ongino. • Nearly 200,000 in actual use— more sold: in Australia than of any other make. Fully guaranteed. Free start by competent export. Big stocks of repairs in every State. Other sizes, proportionate prices. Best engine bargains ever offered in Australia, and will soon be withdrawn. Write International Harvester Co. of Aust., Bris., Syd., Melb., Adlde., Perth and Lcstn. "LAXETTES" Aperient Chocolate Squares!' Safe —Effective—Delicious. Wise mothers will discard nauseous castor oil. All chemists and storekeepers, 1/- and 2/6; ox Bowen & Qo., Swanston-st., Melbourne, Seud for free sample^

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Yallock. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 29 April 1914

Yallock. Large consignments of potatoec are going.away from here, one lot fetch ing the satisfactory price of £5 10s, which speaks well for their quality. They are carted .to Kooweerup, the Government examiner being stationed there, and the grower gets bis produce passed at once. Notwithstanding the high price of land in this district, there are many enquiries from would-be land buyers, and sales have been, .effected. This week two of.our neighbors have been > induced to part with their holdings at satisfactory prices. Efforts have been made to arrange a Cricket match with Leongatha Aaao* j.eiation and Lang LaDg Association. Leongatha wrote that as their final match takes place on the 22nd, and most of the members of their team are playing football, it is impossible to ■ play this season, but they will give us a match early next season. Miss Finck, eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs L. W, Finck, who h.is been in town seriously ill. returned to her parents' home this week. Her many fri...

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Destructive Fire at Garfield. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 29 April 1914

Destructive Fire at Garfield. \ Early oq Thursday morning the lona hotel and Gabbeti's general store at Garfield were burnt to the ground. :There were 26 persona sleeping in the hotel, and Cry at), the. licensee, had difficulty in getting tbom clear of the building. Miss Cryan: a niece of the licensee, lost <£bi 10s in money, whilst several others lost articles of clothing, etc. Mr Gabbett saved some of his furniture, but the store and its con tents were destroyed. Mr Cryan had his. stock insured for £600, but he ..estimates his loss at about double that amount. Mr Q'jDonohue owns the hotel.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Babbits, [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 29 April 1914

Babbits, (By Bill Nye) It is evident that rabbits in this district are getting about 3 per cent beyond the limits of safety. They have surged over.the formerly im mune shires, of North Gippsland, "and land owners are so nervous that in instances on the grassy plains of Sale, Nambrok and Maffra, graziers have spent hundreds., of pounds in wire netting, though ,a,rabbit might I not have been seen within 20 miles, | which is taking precautions with a vengeance. The western half of Western Australia is wire netted from north to, south across the. con tinent, which has stopped the invas ion of bunny, and this should have been done years ago to keep the south Gippsland rabbits.from spread - ing to the north. In this district we do not suffer from rabbit-panic. We live on fairly good terms of friend, ship with the yellow plague,, which, is treated with the respect usually accorded to an old resident. We may_smile at a grazier on the Sale plains wire netting his property -when he might not ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LANG LANG FOOTBALL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 29 April 1914

LANG- LANG- FOOTBALL CLUB. A meeting was hold in ..the board room of the Mechanics' Institute on Monday evening last, there being a good attend ance, Mr Browning, the convenor, oc cupied the chair, and after ho had ex Elained tho circumstances which led to is calling the meeting, it was agreed that it was advisable to form n new club, officeis being elected- (by ballot) and business conducted as follows :— Election of Officers. President—E. Misson Yice-Prcsidents—J. G. Druce and T. J ennings Treasurer—J. Poster Management Committee—B. Pickett, T. Bourke, L, Hunt, W. Cole E,nd A. Glasscock _ v " ' Delegates—Br. Pictett and T. Jennings Selection Committee—A, Cuthbert, T Bourke and captain Time-keeper—B. Pickett G-oal -umpire—P. Poulter Secretary—P. Keighory It was resolved, that a captain should be elected r by the players at the match on Saturday next. General Business. The price of gentlemen's members' tick ots was fixed at &/; ladies',tickets 1/. The secretary was instructe...

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Football. ASSOCIATION TO BE FORMED. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 29 April 1914

Football. ASSOCIATION TO BE FORMED. It is lik^fy that a district association will Be formed, including the Kooweerup, Yaltock, 5Tannathan and Lang Lang Clubs, all ot which have decided to join an association and play a season's compe tition. A meeting of delegates will, be hold-at the Palace Hotel on Saturday night.

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