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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 22 July 1914

The Quality Stor& ^ EXTRAORDINARY ANNOUNCEMENT 1 : i WISEMAN BROS. \ ' ' ' BEG TO NOTIFY THE RESIDENTS OF LANG LANG AND SURROUNDING DISTRICT THAT THEY HAVE PURCHASED THE BUSINESS LAIELY . CARRIED ON BY" MR E, 1J. GILES. i PATRONS ARE ASSURED THAT THEIR ORDERS WILL MEET WITH Prompt Attention and Utmost Consideration Wjs Want Youb Business—and can .guabantee SATISFACTION. Only goods of unsurpassable Quality Are stocked at the QUALITY STORE— henco the name. Satisfaction guaranteed and orders for the undermentioned goods respectfully solicited. All orders receive prompt attention-, GROCERIES. IRONMONGERY* CROCKERY, . GLASSWARE. . , 'SEEDS AND GRAIN n^Su&o'*. GHArF - BKA1T - 3POXj.UA.KX2) . -v. ■>. ~ ! ' • PRIDE LISTS sent on application and a trial crder will convince the most sceptical. mmn.g Pe-r*u We clon*t want to g&t you into our Store for what we can get out of you. It's for what you can get out of Us\ Try and let us psrsuade jroti just to faVfcr us with...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 22 July 1914

Jommonvvealtb Jjtj|*J3ank of Hustralta HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY This Bank is open (or nil classes of GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS »t EQUITABLE BUILDING, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE Also at Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, Perch, Hobart, Brisbane, Roekhampton, TownoYllle.^ndLondon. Cr.Me remittances made to, and'drafts drawn on foreign places direct. Foreign- bills negotiated and collected. Letters of credit issued to anv part of the world. Hills negotiated or forwarded (dr collection. Banking anil \ :h"iriIlr.sinetis Of every description transaoted within the Common* wealth, United'Kingdom 'alirc'.vl, Currelil'sccounts opened. Interest paid 'on fixed deposit*. Advances made against approved 8eo,urities. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Victorian Central Offlcoi 317 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE. Branches in the above cities and 2,000 Agencies at Post Offices throughout the Commonwealth. Deposits from 1/- to £300. Intoroot at 3Z p«r annum* T>opo«its or Withdrawals may tn mad* at any Branch or Agency within the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 22 July 1914

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YALLOCK HOME MISSION STATION. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 22 July 1914

YALLOCK HOME MISSION STATION. Mr Ivory, field secretary of the Christian. Endeavor, visited Iona, Cora 'Eynn, Five Mile and Yallock lart week and conducted meetings at those centres. He also attended a combined meeting at Cora Lynn on Friday evening, each society being well represented, Mr Ivory spoke impressively of the nature of Christian Endeavor effort ink the. district, as shown by the great interest which had been taken at the various meetings which he had attended, and also re ferred to the growth of the movement in other parts of the State. Several decisions for Christ were made at the meeting, and at the close refreshments were served.

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Church Services. SUNDAY NEXT. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 22 July 1914

CHurclk Serviced Susday Next. Catliolle Church.—Mass at Kooweerup 9, Lang Lang 11. Presbyterian Church.—?Lang Lan$ 1,1 v Kooweerup 2.80, Yannathan 7, Rev. ,W. Ingram, - • . Church of : England—Lang Lang 7; Yannathan li, Yallock 3. Rev, M. G-; Opper. - • | Metlmdist Chinch.—Ya lock 7 30, Five Mile 11, Cora Lynn 3, MrNieholls.

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Market Reports and Sales. PANDENONG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 22 July 1914

Market Reports and Sales. PANDENONG MABKET. Alex. Scott and Co. report as follows on yesterday's market Milkers—G. Keys 4, to £11 12/6, D.; McLellan 1 at £10. 5/, B. Angus 1 at £10 7/6, H. Gamble 3 to £l0 2/6, D, J. Bourke 6, to £9 frf, J. Marwiok 1 at £8, J. Thorn ell 3 to £7 15/. Springers—D. J. Bourke 5 to £9 2/6, 1 A. McDonald 1 at £7, W. Hanson 1 at £7 2/6, J. J. Thomson 1 at £7 12/6, T, Sheilds 1 at £6 15/, S. Upton £6, Pigs'tb £5 18, calves to 42/.

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Federal Land Tax. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 22 July 1914

Federal Ladd Tax. ? The Federal Land Tai CommiBsion er (Mr G-, A. Mackay) desires to remind ratepayers of their obligations in the> matter, of. furnishing returns for the year 1911-L5 under .the Federal Land Tax Assessment Act, These returns are due on or before 31st Aiigilst .next aud are required from landowners whose land possesses an unimproved value in excess of £3000 at 30th June last ; only those whose interests amount to over £5000 uniuir proved value, however, are subject to assessment. ..

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PRODUCE REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 22 July 1914

PRODUCE REPORT The Grippsland& Northern Cooperative Selling Co. LtcU regori July 18.-— Butter.—Owing to the extreme cold weather in Victoria, supplies received this week were very short. Similar news comes through from New South Wales and Queensland, and it is fully expected their quantities are going to be short, con-1 sequcntly the market went forward today Id per lb., closing sales being la 2d for choi;est, Is l£d to Is lf-d for choice, good to prime 12d to 12.|d, stored aDd second ary qualities upwards Cheese—Owing to the interstate mark ets being easier by Id per lb., values have come down here, new loaf selling at 7fd to Sd, modinifr sizes 7Jd to 7:fd, semi matured 8d to 8 Jd, matured 9d to 9£d Eggs—Sales were made at last week's rates, namely, ordinary lines Is 3d to Is ?|d, new laid Is 4d to Is 4£d, preserv es firmer at Is Id Bacon—This market is firmer, light sides selling at lOd to 10jd, medium weights 9Jd, heavies 8Jd, cuddles lid, jackets 9£d, hams from lOd. Lard...

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Agricultural Societies Conference. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 22 July 1914

Agricultural Societies Conference. •» The aniiua! confeienbe of represent atives of South Gippsland Agricultur al Societies will be held in the Mech anics' lodge room, Korumburro,. on Wednesday, August 5. In . response to a request that any business the BpV cietjes depired to be diflcusbisd shouhj: bs forwarded, the following matters will be considered at the conference : —Uniformity of method of measuring ponies exhibited at showa; . uniform ity of entry fees and members' priv ilege ; the necessity of forming dairy herd testing associations throughout South Gippsland, and having uniform rules togo7ern same; determining what shall constitute a maiden hunter from a show standpoint, and the ques tion of the time limit as to the owner ship of stock exhibits pr^or..to the date of the show. The allotment o£ show dates by labt year's conference will, it is understood, stand for anoth er two years. __ !

Publication Title: Lang Lang Guardian
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GRAIN. Tuesday, July 21 [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 22 July 1914

Ghain. Tuesday, July 21 | , *yneac.-^isceaay at, i$s 10£d for t.a.q., medium 3s 9£d to 3t lOd Oats—Much firmer. Milling 2s 3d to l'-s 3£d, best feed 2s 2d, medium 2s Id Earley—In demand at from 2s 6d to 3b 4d for English, and 2s 2d to 2s 4d for Cape Maize—Market much better. Prime dry selling at 3s 3Jd, but there is not much available. Chaff — Supplies arriving are very light, and there is k good demand for prime oaten at £3 10s to £3 12 s 6d | Potatoes—Prime lines are firmer, but medium and inferior are still vafy dull. Choice Carmen's are selling at £i 15s and occasionally £5. Choice Snowflakes £4 5s to £4 10a, medium grades down to £2 Onions—Quantities forward from the country during the past few '(Jays have been far in excess of requirements, and the market is very weak. Prime are nominally worth £6 5s, but very few are selling

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Electors Should Enrol. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 22 July 1914

Electors Should Eftrol. It is of vital importance to taxpay ers that after 6 p.m. on 30th inst, it will not be possible to secure enrol ment for the forthcoming Federal elec tion. Adults who are qualified but ndt_ enrolled, who neglect to send in a claim for enrolment within twenty-one days from the time they become quali fied are liable to a penalty of £2. It is the intention of the authorities to strictly enforce the penalty. The.onl.y ;.Vay in whieh.to secure-enrolment;.is to obtain a claim card from any post office and forward it to the registrar for the subdivision in which the appli 'c^pts reside* ^Electors changing their place of living to another electorate, or ; another subdivision in the same electo rate must, after they have lived for a month .at; their new address, send in | a claim for transfer or change of enrol ment. In view of the operation of i the iaw respecting compulsory enrol ment, it is of the utmost importance that eligibiV- electors should aatisfy themselves ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 22 July 1914

B. C, BOOTH 9 Y and F, li. BOOTH BY. SOLICITOBS Xj o_g HE Mr K. B. Boothby Resident at Loch. I'oowong visited each Fridny . (except Loch Sale Day). LANC; LANG VISITED KVfiRY. . THURSDAY. Mr F. B. Bootliby," Commissioner fof Taking Affidavits in Victoria-. Business Uadei taken throughout the district.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 22 July 1914

Engine Supremacy JLfA NUFA CT URERS of engines that have been before 2. rl the public for twenty, thirty, or even fifty years, advertise with pride that they have 20,0G0 engines. in use—40,000 or 50,GQ0 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 " I.H.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 "l.H.C." is the engine supreme—the world's leading engine— THE ENGINE YOU WILL EVENTUALLY BUY International Harvester C...

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UNIFORMS. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 22 July 1914

U N I F O R M S. Kooweerup — Black ami white jerseyj white knickers, black stockings Lung Lang—Mai oou jersey, white knick ers, maroon stockings Yallock—Black jersey, red ea3h, dark knickers, red stockings Vannathan— Blue and white jersey, blue knickers, blue and white stockings Tooradin—All navy blue - RULES - lt That all players must reside within a radius of 112 miles of eaeh club's post ofllce. 2. All players must- reside four weeks within radius before being eligible to play. 8. That players who h;ive previously played in this Association be allowed per; mission to play with other Association?} exc pting 0:1 the days in wh'ch this Asso ciation is engiged. Standing rule No. 3 to be "rescinded. 4, That players who have never prev iously played with this Association and have resided in the district ono month and can produce a clearance from their latu club be granted permission to play with the club they desire- ' 5. That all phiyera »v'io Inive resided iti the district one month ...

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Football Association. SEASON 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 22 July 1914

Football Association. SEASON 1914. President—Mr W. P. Prior Vice-piesMonts — Messrs W. drowning (Lang Lanu), D- MoNamara (Kooweerup) \S. Smetliurst (Yauuathan), J. L\ O'iJrieo (Yallock.) Delegates—Messrs J. W. Pickett and T .Jennings (Lany Lang), 0;iiiordanand 15rowrt (lioowt-erup), Tamblyn' and Donaldsort (Yannaihun')-, J. Casey and (Jeo. Uarke (Yallock), Hendfrscn and Senrle (rooiafin) Auditor—1.1 r A. tf-, Ulas-cock. Games to lie playwl under Victorian Jun ior Football Association rules and umpires of Mel bourne-. EIEST ROUND. May 16—Ynnnatlian v, Yallock ' —Kooovtierup v. Tooiadin — Lang Lang a bye Vny 28 —Yallock v Ko.iweerup —'liioradin v. Lang Lang —Yannathaii a bye May SO—'L'ooradiii v. Ya.lock • — Lang Lang v. Yannathaii •—Kooweerup a byj Juna f—Vacant date Jime ],V—Yabock v. Lcii; Lang —.Kooweerup v-. Yannatiian —To'oiadia a bye Juue 20—Yannaili-iU v-. feoradiii —Lang Lang v. Koowe<5ri\p —Yallock a foyu SECOND ROUND. June 27—Ya.ilock v. Yaun.ithaa • —Tooradin v-...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Kooweerup. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 22 July 1914

Kooweerup. Mr A. C. Colvin, the manufacturer" of the Shackcloth cycle, ia3:purchased an allat&ent of land in Kooweerup township, on which he intends to erect an up-to-date bicycle factory. , ;1 | The recent Caledonian Society con cert at Koowerup waa successful be yond anticipations,, and the audience1 were so pleaa^d with the programme of a "Scots Hichfc" that there are numer ous enquiries as to when, the next con cert will be held. A Bum of £1*6 14a 6d' was fcakemit the door.

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Mr Watt in the Federal Battle. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 22 July 1914

Mr Watt iii the Federal Battle. Mr Richard Hain in the July "Review of Reviews'* (6d.) writes wi.ih intimate knowledge on Mr. Watt .arid' Federal politics. He says :—He cornea into the fight a vigorous supporter of the Federal Ideal. He has no apprec iation of a united system of govern ment, and does not make a fetish of State rights. Indeed, on Bome isauqs^ he is more distinctly Federal v tWn tidme of his new associated There are those who state that the entry of Mr Watt means extending the Liberal cause at leas}; in Victoria. B$ that as it may, his entry certainly. "means a1 stronger defence in the Liberal seats attacked by Labor, and a stronger attack by the Liberals on border-ljnp; I seats such as Bailarat, Bendigo and Fawkner, while it surely means a more compact support for the Liberal Sen ate ticket.,., As to the hgreaft.er, there is time enough, but Mr watt is irnpk* tient of mark-tioie policies, and ex presses such impatience freely.

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Kooweerup Drainage Scheme. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 22 July 1914

.. , -. - 1 Kooweerup Drainage Scheme. -■ — During the meetings held on the Swamp recently, Mr W. S. Ke&st v?&b' asked Beveral questions, which he sub mitted to the State Rivers and Water Supply Commission, and the following are the replies :— 1.( Will the whole of the drains on tte Swamp be dope in. this scheme, and will th6 settlors have any furthst expense in regard to the drainage.to the Lands department ? Answer.—The Commission propos es that if the district is formed to take over the cleaning of all the drains in the area, and in this way the settlers would have no additional ex pense in regard to the clearing otit of* such drains, . 2. Great exception was taken to 2000 acres on the Yallock side, where only £450 is to be spent, and where they are. rated at la 8d. The. settlers consider that this ought to be brought down to Is. Answer.—The Commission ia pre pared to deal with any questions that1 arise in regard to this certain area and any representations made i...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Associations' Match. KORUMBURRA v. LANG LANG. [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 22 July 1914

- 1 ■ ■■ - 11 Associations' Match. "SlOKUiVIBURRA v. LANG LANG. By special trains from Leongatha, and Tooradin on Saturday- players to engage in and visitors to wituess the inter-association match between the above teams arrived at Lang Lan^, When the crowd asaembwl ou the ground, it was seen that it was an as eemblage worthy to witness a Homeric ^contest between the Trojan and the Greek football force?, or the two glad iatorial lions oil the local amphithea-. tre. THE .PLAY. ■ ^ . Y'A perfect uay for footer," was an expression heard at all parts .of the , ground where the prospects of the , match were being discussed, and in deed it was a perfect day. The play ing area had l:-een made, by rain, and subsequent sunshine, to resemble a .lawn, and the slight breeze that blew . waB sufficiently wintry to keep the Sun from becoming too warm for the comfort of pl&ye?'?. The teams, as far as physical stature, went,. were evenjy matched , there were very heavy and very light men on ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lang Lang Guardian — 22 July 1914

"LAXETTES" . • t'" ' Aperient Chocolate Squares. Pleasant -^afe-and Effective, for children or adults. All, chemists and storekeepers, 1/- and 2/6, 6r Bowen & Co., Swanston-st., Melbourne. Send for free sample.

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