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POSTAL RATES [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 1 July 1914
POSTAL RATES Letters (this State) for every i 02 or under Id Packets— Ctmmercial and printed papers, maximum weight 51b7 dim ensions not to exceed 2ft in length, lft in depth or width—for every 2 oz or fraction thereof Id Patterns and samples, packets and merchandise, etc. niaxitnum lib. dimensions not to exceed 2ft in length, lft in width or depth, rate of postage for every 2 oz or fract ion thereof Id Books— For every 4 oz or undei lip to 51b Id Newspapers—For every newspnper id Post Cards— eacli Id Letter Curds—tT:o cards 2id Registration fee 3d Letters marked 'Urgent' and bearing (Sd additional stamps will be treated in the same manner bb telegrams and delivered with the utmost despatch if addressed 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 as in Victoria -' " British and Foreign Postage— Letteri — For every i ounce or under to United Kingdom id. D...
THE LANG LANG GUARDIAN Published every Wednesday Afternoon—3d per copy [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 1 July 1914
■ % THE LANG LANG GUARDIAN, Publ'shed every Wednesday Afternoon—3d per copy No Resident of the District CAN AFFORD to"do without his Distriot News Ipaper. It is the only means by whioh 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 thoso who wish to keep posted upon affairs of ^State and of the world. But does not a comparatively trifling eveni in our *own neighbourhood loom much larger in our eyes than the downfall of a nation, on the other side of tli«Tworld? The local newspaper that gives all the Tiews of its own town and District— all the doings of its people and the hap openings—is therefore the Newspaper that holds first place ia. the regard of all who take a healthy interest in their surroundings. In addition to the personal claim the distriot Newspaper possesses it gives very real advantages from a business standpoint. Whether in business in A>he town or on the .lan...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 1 July 1914
IBE POWER OF ADVERTISING A man never realise* the full ben&lt; fitj of advertising till ho lias placod the matter before the same people 50 or 10J timis. The first ad. is good, buc the lUOth 19 worih more that 600 times a« much as tiie first. Some one has said the first time A man looks at an advertisement he doe* not s©" it. The second time he does not notitK it. The third time he is dimly conscious of it. The fourth time he fairly remembers something jf the kind before. The fifth time ho half reads it. The sixth time he turns up hi9 At it. The seventh time lie throws the pop«» down impatiently. Thb eighth tifnr>. he ejaculates: " Thero is t he con'oundod thing again." The ninth time ho wonders if thefa is anything in it. The tenth time ho thinks it mi'lit be possible to suit somebody die's cas The eleventh time ho thinks ho wlU ask his neighbour if lie has trhd it 0* knows anything about it. Tho twelfth time ho wonders if th&lt;r confounded advertiser can make i...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 8 July 1914
Fifth aM Sixth is Warrnambool j Road Race 1911 j Ride n bicj'cle built by .a. focal builder and a Ei cycle Kider, •• A- C GOaC'VIN, 1 (Winner Austral Wheel Race, 1907 ) Builds'" i S H ACKCItOTH CYCLES 1 from £7- Cash or Term3. j B.S.A, MACHINES (Guaranteed) £10 AO/, and £12 .1(3/. : Repairs and Enamelling doh'e. i All accessories stocked, and all orders promptly attended to. E. COCHRANE, Agent, Lang Lang. Painless Dentistry. , MR H. W. DE CRUCHY, Furgeon Dentist. 16J COLLINS-ST., MELBOURNE (Nearly opposite George'^) Late Chief Operator, Mr J. J. Pors'er Visits : Koowe^rii^ - Every ^al&lt;e X>ny. At MISS O'REARDON'S COFFEE PALACE. Painless Extractions 2s 8&. . Intending patients can rely upon having the most difficult tecth\ no matter ho\V badly broken, decayed, or buried stumps extracted Absolutely Without Pain, And no after effects. Gold'Fillings;, Gold and Artificial Teeth, and all classes of Dental work at most reasonable few?. —City address as above,— TARPAULI...
Lang Lang Mechanics' Institute. CONTRACT FOR BILLIARD ROOM. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 8 July 1914
Lang Lang Mechanics' Institute, CONTRACT FOR BILLIARD ROOM. A meeting of committee 6f above was held on Thursday evening, Mr D. 'J\ Henderson (President) in the chair,- Four tenders fdr erection of proposed billiard room .w»*ve received, and on the motion of Messrs JLhuce and Lucey, the lotvest tender, of H , F. Gardiner, was accepted. £130 5*, pian3 and specifications to bei forward j ed to the Board of Health. The Treas | urer reported that the credit balance was £43, It was resolved that fin endeavor be made to have the lecturc by Mr fiweetland of the 'Age' on 'How a great Newppapor ia Produced' given in aid of I be institute funds/
Lost Child Found. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 8 July 1914
Lost Child Found. Jean Misson, a little dot under 3, daughter of Mrs Hugh Misson, of King Island, who was on a visit to her father at Grantville, was lost-for nearly four hours on Saturday. She went out to play with her little bro ther, who' returned home without her, and a search party was soon out scouring the neighborhood. Sid. Bon ney and F. Close found traces of the child on the Lang Lang road, and following these the little wanderer, who said she was "going home to muminaj" was found over two miles from home, close to D. Gochrane's fence; The condition of the country over which the child travelled was very fough, and had not traces been picked up it is doubtful if search would have been made so far away from home. A-humorous incident of the afternoon was that a swagman who joined in the search got lost in the scrub, and made the welkin ring with his distressed cooeyirig;
Record Council Meeting. BANQUET TO MR FAGEY. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 8 July 1914
Record Council Meet ing, ft BANQUET TO MR FAGEY. At their meeting on Saturday councillors developed unsuspected and unparalleled speed in tranjact ing the business, and when the bus iness jNvas over at 1 p.m. Cr Iierkes complimented the President in hav ing taken a leaf oitt of his own book in putting the work through so quickly. The reason for this exped ition was that the council had ar ranged a complimentary banquet and presentation to Mr A. N. Facey, at the Motor Club Hotel, the speech es and entertainment in connection with which occupied most of the afternoon, tn order to do fuller jus tice to this function the report is held over till next issu6,
Football Association. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 8 July 1914
Football Association. A fall meeting of delegates wns lield at the Palace Hotel on Monday evening, Mr "VV, P. Prior (president) in the chair. In connection with report by the umpire upon players D. Donaldson and J. Col vie, a statutory declaration from the umpire was read, and after hearing evidence it was resolved that these players be stood down for one match. The tender o£ Mrs Stevenson for catering for the diuner to Koruin burra players on 18th inst. was ac cepted. For the match at Lang Lang on that date the following 25 were chos en, the five captains to make the final choice :—Tooradin, James, Henderson, E. Hopkins, McLean, White ; Yal lock, E. Harker, G. Harker, Henry ; Tannathan, Donaldson, D. Patullo, A. Patullo, Greaves, "Watson, Currie, Ridgway ; Kooweernp, A. Colvin, 0. Colvin, M, Lavelle, Tiorney, Jeffers, Stanfield ; Lnng Lane, Collis, Cogh i lan, Tibballt", Smith, House. It was decided to make arrange ments for a special train leaving Too radin at 2 p.m. and arriving ...
Lecture at Yannatham. FARM MANAGEMENT. FROFITS FROM LAMB RAISING. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 8 July 1914
iLecfcure at Yannatham. FARM MANAGEMENT. FRO FITS FROM LAMB RAISING. There was a large attendance at the Yannathan Hall on Thursday Evening to hear an interacting lecture by Mr Temple Smith, of the Depart ment, of Agriculture on the above subject. Mr A. Stafford occupied the chair. The Lecturer said he wouldn't take up their time by ialking about ordin ary farm management, such as the ne •ceseity of having subdivisional fences, painting their buildings and machin ery, etc., as every farmer was aware that such things were necessary, but he wanted to deal with special matter which he theuglit would apply to the Operations of the present ujomentt with a view not only to increasing their profits, but at the Fame time keeping up the standard of fertility in the soil at the lowest possible cost. He urged them strongly in first place when stock ing their farms to have as the ultimate view the improvement of their stock, and showed on the screen pictures of some first-ciass horses on some o...
Milking Machine Testimonials [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 8 July 1914
Milking- Machine Testimonials What a few users rashly testify to, after working the machines in some cases only a Week of two, and in others only a month or two, is of little or no yaluc .whatever. Only after a machine has worked successfully on a dairy farm for two or three years can any value be attached to a testimonial; because in_the past machines that worked successfully the first season ruined the cows the following season. The unfortunate, experience of many farmeis in having caws injured proves the folly of experimenting with machines that have no successful working records back of them. Mr. \V. H. Potts, F.C.S., Principal of the Ilawkcsbury College, N.S.W., where the " Lawfcnce-Kennedy-Gillies " Milking Machines have, been in constant use for nearly nine years, recently statad that lie spoilt a whole herd of cows with another machine after using it a season, but the " L.K.G." of the present day gives every satisfaction, and its success is • beyond all quostion. Messrs. J. ...
Church Services. SUNDAY NEXT. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 8 July 1914
Church Services. SUSDAT NkXT. Catholic Church.—Mass at Kooweerup 9, Lang Lang 11. Pres jyterian Churek.—Lang Lan* II, Koowecrup 2.30, Yannathan 7, Rev. VV. Ingram. Church of England—Lang Lang 7, Yannathan 11, Yalloctc 3. Rev, M. G-, Opper. Methodist Church.—Yiillock 7, Five Mile 11, Cora Lynn ACr Nicholls.
Lang Lang Police Court Monday, before Messrs J. Carson. D. J. Bourke and D. T. Henderson, Js.'P. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 8 July 1914
Lang r»ang Police Court Monday, before Messrs J. Carson. D. J. Boiirke and D. T. Hend erson, Js.'P. Inspector Allen, Board of Health, v. E. W. Misson, for on the 7th May conveying an article of food, viz., meat, through the street at Lang Lang, without a cover protecting it from flies. Defendant plead guilty, and said he had always complied with the regulations, but at that par ticular time his meat cover had been taken to the station and someone had stolen it. Fined 2s 6d, 10s 6d costs. Geo. McKenzie, inspector under Sheep Dipping Act, v. M.Bennett, for failing to dip his sheep immediately after shearing or directly from the j shearing board, or at all within 60 j days after being shorn. The inspec tor stated that on April 13 he asked defendant if he had dipped his sheep and he said he did not think it nec essary, as he had only a few, and he found no tick on them when shear ing. Defendant pleaded guilty, and' stated he sheared 49 sheep in Dec ember, and there were only 28-left whe...
Football Association. SEASON 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 8 July 1914
Football Association. SEASON 1914. President—Mr VV._ P. Prior Vice-presi'leiits — Messrs W. Browning (Lang Lang), 1). McNamara (Kooweerup)t Smethurst ( Yaanathan), J. T, O'Brien •(Yallo&lt;ik.) Delegates—Messrs J. W. P.iekefct and T ' vTennings (Lang Lang), O'Kiordanand HrowD '(Koowecrup), Tairiblyn and Donaldso11 (Yauuathati), J. Casey and Geo. Harkjc '.(Yailock}, H endm-scn and Searlo (Tooradia'} Auditor—Mr A. It. Glasscock, 'Gained to be played nndcr Victorian Jun-"' ior Football Association rules and umpire's of Melbourne, FIE S3? BOUND. May 36—Yaanathan v, Yalioek —Kooiiweerup v. Tooiadin — Lang Lang a. bye \!ay 23 - Yailock r Xojuecrup —'istontdin'v. Lafig Lang —Yanuatlian a bye May 30—'L'ooradin v. Yailock — Lang Lang v. Yannathai • —Kooweerup a byj Juna C— Vacant date Juno 12—Yalioek v. Lausr Lang —Xoowo'up v. Yanuathati —Tooradin a bye June -SO—Yaneathan v. J'ooraiSin — Lang Lanw w Kooweerup —Yallosk a bye SECOND ROUND. June 27—Yallnck v. Yannathan —Tuoradia v. Koow...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 8 July 1914
Engine Supremacy Ji/fANUFA CTURERS of engines that have been before lyjL the public for twenty, thirty; or even fifty years, advertise with pride that they have 20,000 engines m use—4$,000 ©r 50,000 is considered some thing wonderful. The **I.H.CGasolene 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 ...
Coming Events. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 8 July 1914
Coming Events. On Wednesday evening, July 8, a euchre party and dance will be held in T-ang Lang hall in aid of the Women's Hospital, when the ladies are asked to provide refreshments. The needs of this hospital, we learn, are very pressing indeed. Scott and Co. and F. J. Little Pty. notify an executors' sale in the estate of Mr Geo. Cooper, Koowee rup, on Thursday, 9th. Keast, Morris and Miles advertise a sale of rich swamp land on ac count of Mr M. Bennett, at Bunyip on Saturday, 11th inst. On Friday, 10th, in the Koowee rup hall a '"gey bonnie'' Scottish concert -will be held. On Friday evening, 10th, a ball in aid of Yannathan Tennis Club will be held, A first-class orch estra has been engaged. On Friday, 10th, Scott and Co. and E. F. Shaplsy and Co, will hold an. important-sale on account of Mr Robert Gibb, Berwick. F. j. Little Pty. hold a special cattle sale at Lang Lang on the 30th Match Lang Lang v. Korumburra Association at Lang Lang on 18th. I Special train from Tooradin ...
YALLOCK v. KOOWEERUP. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 8 July 1914
tallock: t. kooweerttp. Kooweeettp.—£ooweerup and Yallock met on the Koosveernp ground, and after an exeitiDg game Kooweemp ran out winners by 14 points. 1st 2nd 3"d 4th Final Kooweernp 1.0 14 1.1 3.2 6.7 Tallock 2-4 0 2 1.3 0.2 3.U For the winners Lavello Bros., Stan field, Johnson and J. Thomson did useful work, while Harker Bros, and Henry were Yallock's best. The matches for Saturday, to be played on the grounds of the first.mentioned clubs—Yannathnn r. Lang Lang . Yall ock v. Tooradin.