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The Gardies Bore. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 20 May 1914
T3ie Gardies Bore. .We are pleased to state that .Mr Bonney's artesian bore at the Gftir dies is now fully equipped, and is now throwing up .water through wrought-iron pipes (40ft) at the rate, it ia estimated, of over 40,000 gallons per 24 hqurs. Mr Bonney intends to lock the How down for the winter, but before-.doing so he extends an i.nvitat ion to the public to cjme and inspect it.
KOOWEERUP TENNIS CLUB. (To the Editor) [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 20 May 1914
KOOWEERUP TENNIS CLUB. (To the Editor) Sir—'In your issue of the 13th inst,' a correspondent at the Five Mile states that, our club vould not accept a challenge from their club. Ag this is lively to be, misunderstood by your renders.,' I wish .to state that our club reieiveda chall-inya frotn the Five. M le Club ..for the 9th inst, "or if in convenient would be pleased to ar range a later date." Our committee, bt-ing unable to , accept, I replied re setting that we were unable .to ac-. cept for this date, but would be phased to meet them on our court on the 30th inst. In placing these facts before your readers I would like to s y, in justice to the Five Mile Club, that our club considers your corres p&lt; ndent. was quite unauthorised to int.ke such a statement. lours, etc, Walter A. Wilson, Hon Sec. Koowoerup Tennis Clubi
LAND SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 20 May 1914
LAND SALES. Messrs Witham and "Woodman report having effected during the last month the following land sales :—40 acres at El'ioweerup, Mrs Hahesy to K. Stanfield, £19 per acre; 30 acres, Yallock, Gh. Casey to K. Terkelsen, £22 per acre; 2C acres,.,Miss O'Donnell to M. Eidgway, £20 per acre; 20 acres, Bunyip, J, G-eorge to Wilson Bros., £(50 per acre; Lomaz Hotel, Drouin, to Mr Hunt,, £2,000; t Wilson, &lt;10 acres Cora Lynn to Mr Bishop, £18 10s per acre.
Kooweerup Drainage. MEETING AT FIVE MILE. ENGINEERING DETAILS EXPLAINED. THE BALL SET ROLLINGAGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 20 May 1914
Kooweerup Drainage. — V MEETING AT FIVE MILE. engineering deualts explained. the ball set rolling again. A largely attended meeting was held in tbe Five Mile hall on Friday evening to discuss the amended drain age scheme. Mr Kenyon, Chief Engineer of tho Water Commission, was preseut, Mr J. Wadsley being appointed chairman. Mr Kenyon said the,, .Commission had already laid the details of their scheme before the settlers, and that was as far as the Commission intend ed to proceed.- But an amendment on the .financial side of the scheme had been made by the Government, and he read the letter addressed to the mem bers for the district (as published in .last issue of the Guardian) explaining that amendment, the principal feat ures of which were that the grant would be increased from £6937 to £15,400, a - masimum rating guaran teed of 2s, Is, and 6d, for first, second .and third divisions, with the endeavor of making it la Sd, lOd and 5d, and the understanding that if further dis- i tiict...
Presbyterian Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 20 May 1914
Presbyterian Concert. The annual concert held in connection with the Lang Lang Presbyterian Church on Friday evening last was favored with a fine night, although till late in the af ternoon the weather was quite wintry. This fortunate circumstance, together with the memory of previous enjoyable concerts, was sufficient to attract a large audience, and the programme submitted was worthy of a still larger assemblage. The Chairman, Mr Ingram, introduced.as the first item a part song bv the Presby terian Church choir, "Softly fall the shades of evening," for which rendering the audience showed marked appreciation Mr Phillips' soug, "Rose of my heart," followed,-and the singtr's melodious voice quite captivated his hearers, who enthus iastically gave an encore, which was fol lowed by a pleasing rendering of "Mary of Argyle." The louS. applause following Miss Cole's solo, "Japanese love song," was ample evidence of the pleasure it gave, and next performer announced was Mr Arch. Campbell (...
GRAIN, ETC. Tuesday, May 19. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 20 May 1914
G- e a i n, Etc. Tuesday. May 19. Wheat—3/10.V for f.a.q., medium 3/9| Oats—Milling 1/LOj to 1/11, feed l/9.j, medium til/8 Barley—Nothing at all doing in this line Maize—The price is now 3/9 Chaff—Prime Oaten £3 2/6 to £3 5/ Pototoes—Prime Carman s £-1 to £4 5/, uhoi e Trafalgars £1 15/, Brownells £3 Onions—Prime are worth £6 5/
Social to Mr Facey. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 20 May 1914
Social to Mr Facey. ; « r On Thursday, 7th inst.t there was a large attendance at Cranbourne hall on the occasion of a social. and presentation to Mr A. N&lt; Facey, [ wlio for over 30 years acted as en gineer and secretary to the Cran bourne Shire. Mr White, J.P., President of the Progress Associa tion, presented Mr Facey with a, silver tea and coffee service, suitably inscribed, and addresses .referring to Mr Facey's distinguished services to the Shire and good citizenship were given by Cr Brunt, Mr T. A. Twy ford," Mr R. Gibb, J.P., and Rev. J. Butchers. Mr Facey responded in a feeling speech, and at the close re freshments were handed round and the hall cleared for dancing,
POSTAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 20 May 1914
POSTAL NOTES PoBtal netee may be obtained at any post office payable at Money Order offices ill this Sate, South Australia Queensland! and Tasmania. I'he following are th$ denominations of the notes nnd the prices charged for them— Is ^d, Is 6d id, 2s Id, 2s 6d Jd, 3s Id, 3s 6d Id, 4s 1U" 4s 6d Id, gBlf.d- 2s 2d, 10a 3d, 15s 3d. 20b 3d.
[?]ng Lang P.A. and. H. Society. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 20 May 1914
ij&ng JLang Jf.A, and. xi. Society. | A meeting of committee was held at society's office on Monday even ing. Present : Messrs P, H. Le Roux (President^, Bonney, Ridg way, Lucey, Cole, Grant, Gla:>heen, Greaves, Cochrane, Druce, Hender son, Keighery, McKernan and Glass cock (secretary). * hi n'3r;.!'i*dcrice. From A. Alloway, asking for use of show grounds for picnic for priv ate school on Empire day, 25th inst:, also asking if committee would sell the toys left over from recent baz aar for use as prizes—By Messrs Greaves and Cochrane : Granted, but committee will not entertain the sale of toys. Chamber of Agriculture, asking for any business subjects for discus sion at the Convention at Marybor ough on 30th June and 1st and 2nd Jul}', also requesting a list of names and addresses of delegates,—Resol ved that the President;, ; and .Messrs Glasheen, Bonney and Greaves (ex officio) be appointed, the .President to have power ..to nominate two ad ditional delegates. Korumburr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 20 May 1914
f&B POWER OF ADVERTISING. A man netor realises the ftijl benefits df advertising till lie has placed thd matter before the same people 50 or 100 tiling. The first ail. is good, buc the 100th 19 Bor.li more that 500 times as much as the fii>t. Some oue has said the first time a rsau looks at an advertisenlent lie doe* nOt so", it. The second time lie docs not notidt it. The third time he is dimJy conscious of it. The fotlrth time he fairly' remembers something of the kind before. The fifth time he half reads it. The sixth time he turns up his ntfc* lit it. The seventh time he throws the papoi down impatiently. Tho .eighth time he ejaculates! "There is the confound'd ihing ngaiiw" Tho ninth t.'niG iic vvide^s if thera is anything m it. The tenth time he thinkr it mi:; in fat possible to suit soini body rise's eas" The eleventh time he tliinks he wJ! msk hiB neighbour if he has tried it iif knows anything about it. The twelfth time he wonders if tht confounded advertiser can...
POSTAL RATES [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 20 May 1914
POSTAL KATES Letters (this Stale) for #very 1 oz or under Id Packets—Commercial and printed papers, maximum weight 51d, dim ensions not to exceed 2ft in length, lft in depth or width—for every 2 02 or fraction thereof Id tutterhs and samples* packets and merchandise, etc. maxiinum lib. dimensions not to exceed 2ft iti length, lft in width or depth, rate of postage for every 2 oz or fract ion thereof Id Books—For every 4 oz or undai up to 5lb Id Newspapers—For every newspaper $d •Post Cards—eaeii Id Letter Cards—two cards 2}d Registration fee 3d Litters marked 'Urgent' and bearing &lt;5d additional stamps will be treated in thd same manner as telegrams and delivered with the a'most despatch if addressed tci persons in the radius of the delivery by telegraph massenger To New South "Wales. New Zealand; Fiji. Queensland. South Australia. Tasma nia, Western Australia—Same! charges afl in Victoria British and Foreign "Postage—Letters— For every i ounce or under tf» United Kingdom ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 27 May 1914
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 27 May 1914
THE MNG LANG With wlvich. is incorporated THE CRANBOURHt HERALD. The Yannathan Argus The Xooweerup Tribune The Yallock Thunderer The Tooradin Intelligencer The Clyde Mercury The Nyora Interpreter Published Weekly, —Every WEDNESDAY Afternoon— Circulating— Extensively throughout the Districts of LANG LANG YANNATHAN YALLOCK KOOWEERUP TOORADIN CRANJBOURNE A. Paper Devoted to the interests and advancement of this important District, Particularly— The Various Departments of the Dairjing, Producing, Breeding and Grazing , Industries. I The Subscription— i. a more Bagatelle, especially when you might get pound's worth of information in one copy. Only a shilling a month 3s Per Quarter 0 &. N ADVERTISING MEDIUM. A Fine, Bright Advertising Sheer for Business people and all who have any thing to Duy or sell, BECAUSE - It circulates, it is read, it goes into the homes and coinej into touch /rith the people, REMEMBER—An Advertisement is a cheap SALESMAN in print, Recognising— Xhat the Dis...
Mr Downward Feted PROSPECTS OF THE CANTRAL LINE [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 27 May 1914
Mr Downward Feted u©. PROSPKCTS OF THE CANTRAL LTNE A complimentary banquet to Mes9r3 A. Downward and J. E. Mackey, M'sLA., was given in the Strezlecki Hall osi Wednesday evening last, in recognition of the work they have done in connection wiih the proposed railway to McDonald's Track. In speaking on I the proposal, Mr Downward said it was the policy of .the Government not to build railways to competo with exiting lines. It was recognised that this line, between existing lines not more than 20 miles apart, would only have a small gathering ground, but the Railways Standing Committee was impressed with the quality of the land and also the peo ple set.tl,ed upon it. After careful con sideration th6 Committee recommended the line, which was a sq-nrce of gratifica tion to Mr Mackey and himself. It was the pra.c.ti.ce to iake the lines in the order in which they were recommended by the Committee, so that this railway had to wait its turn. The resolution that tt was advisable to build th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 27 May 1914
Why force children to take castor oil -1-n "LAXETTES" are equally as effective and as pleasant as a chocolate cream. All chemists and storekeepers, 1/- and 2/6, or Bowen & Co., Swanston-st„ Melb. Send for free sample. It pays in the long run, pro ducing better results, and pro longing the life of the animals. THESE ARE PROVED FACTS and. we are convinced that once you commence rugging your stock, you will be more than satisfied. The and CROSS GIRTH RUGS are the best rugs on the mar ket, and we guarantee them to give satisfaction. Do not be talked into taking a sub stitute. Ask your storekeeper for the above makes, and if he has not any in stock, insist that he get them for you, otherwise write direct to us for price list and book of samples. GiPPSLAND and NORTHERN CO-OPERATIVE SELLING COMPANY LIMITED 492-4 Flinders Lane, MELBOURNE
The Chosen Six. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 27 May 1914
The Chosen Six. 9 The Gippsland ''Timrs" writes : — "As we anticipated, Mr W. J. McLean is one of the ''Liberal" six for the Senate el. ction contests, in the event of a double dissolution. He is fourth &lt;»&lt;n the list, the order being Senator McCi II, Mr Edgar, Mr Hume Cook, Mr McLean, Mc Treuwith, Mr Mauger. "As there is no certainty ab>ut a double dissolution being obtained, those who pl .y at politics may nmuse th -niseives by discussing what is likely to happen if the first Senate election is to be only f jr three seat?, as in the ordinary-course it will. Will McColl, Edgar and Hume Cook have first claims on the sel. csion, will the chosen six go to ballot, or will it be open again to any aspirants. Will there be any trouble over Mr Sam Mauger, who has beeu chosen, despite his withdrawal, or will the Ladies raise some technical objection and claim that Mr L'acker should take his place ?"
Church Services. SUNDAY NEXT. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 27 May 1914
Church Services, t>Ui\DAY ft EXT, - Catholic Church.—Mass at Kuovreerup 9, Lang Lang 11. Church of England—Yannathan li' Yallock 3, Lang Lang 7 (H,C,) Rev. M.G. Opper. ~ , Methodist Church.—Yallock 7, Five j Mile 11, Cora Lynn 8, Mr Nichols, j Presbyterian Church.—Lang Lan» 11, Kooweerup 2.30, Yannathan 7, Hev. W. Ingram.
Cold Weather and Drainage. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 27 May 1914
Cold Weather and Drainage. (By Bill Nye) I was pleased to observe, by a report in the Guardian, that a public meeting at Five Mile has given the drainage question another start, in other words, the Five Mile umpire has again bounced the ball in the swamp centre, and where the ball is going to travel, and what exciting experiences and heated scrimmages we are going to have, the future alone will tell. Now the meeting at the Five Mile was undoubtedly mer itorious, for the reason that it clear ed the atmosphere, gave the public a lot of information which it was nec essary to acquire, and took prelimin ary steps to ascertain the will of the settlers. At this meeting there was a tendency to rush things at the start, and express an approval that was not warranted in view of the fact that the amended scheme has not yet percolated through and sat urated the public mind, as it ought to do. , In this respect I do give the Chairman of the meeting, Mr J, Wadsley, a fair amount of praise. He kep...