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The Train Service. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 2 January 1914

The Train Service. This is the time of the year when every railway station ia mora or least gay with posters setting oat addi tional train?, excursion fares, oto., on almost every lino. Lancefield is a conspicuous exception. Awhile ago the J\ailw»iy Department cut half-an hoor off the morning wait at the deso late JanetioD, bat the train did not arrive any earlier. Now we are buck again on the old system, whereby we cool our heels at the Junction, for an hoar or more. Id these .days of alleged civilization it i9 hard to'rea lise thai to got fciV fonccfidd- from a AiijllicuniB suburb on.enued.y to rise j ct. tbfi giinstly hour of 'v.30 n.m~, iiiki | wastes..haw n-!iay (<vncn hfo iv at! too shorl; in' VHMiic; n:i;o«: i arriving at. Tianuuhmu ■st . nomewKoi c a bun t-U (i cloo!.-; .'Rua: m a ilrtKiatr eon trust to l lio fii nvul ai lln> ^uailieH in 0uti«i(?3f »na i?;illnra; .111 lima fur t-hosr news to bo devoured : wit.h bli<i Wi eak'fis's ra.sht')'!' The eiim...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Electric Light for Lancefield. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 2 January 1914

Electric Light for Lance field. ' At the last meoting of the Lanoe fiold Sliiro council Or MoElhinnoy said lib thought (boy should got an opinion about elootrio lighting (or the town. Ho bad spoken toreaidontg, and found one shop would use elootrio power, and all the hoteln would take it, and a lot of the private houses. Elootrio light was clonn, and cheap, and safe, and would also light tho town the oboapest way. They could get an expert up for £5* Or Hemphill asked if they had any eoheme in view as to bow they would do it. i, The President; Why dido't we pet an opinion while1 Romsey was on the job? He had boon against lighting in Lancefield, bul there was nodonbt thatitwaB ft good job that on the Wednesday night there wag a light on tho road And one at the other corner. If it was not for. the ex pense of the lights be would say light them, bnt if elcotrioifcy oould be brought in it vjould rpduce tho cost, and bo would be in favor of some lighting about tho lown. On 'Wed nesday nig...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 2 January 1914

BUFFERED AGONY WITH H1SADACHE8. "I highly recommend Chnmborlain's Tablets to anyono who Buffers from head aohea, sayB Mrs M K Utrry, Marlborougb road, Victoria Valley, Tasmania. "I out forod agony with heudaohes and tried al moBfc everything. Nothing did roe any I good until % friend recommended ChambcrJ Iain s i ableta and tboy noon put mc right °?aAu* , ? wo°lll not bo -without a box of Ohamborlam'p Tabletfl in the hoiiou," Sold by all Chemist* and Storekeepers.

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Lancefield Water Trust. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 2 January 1914

Lancefleld Water Trust. The monthly meeting of tbo Lance field Water Truefc wqb held on Friday, December 19, Cn&r. Hemphill occupy trr tVr (t'bo bcMr&wvy lepoi-tert thfcb the jtfflyious t^anf.tav tho found tbo v?at<»r ?/»ry lf»<* lit. tl»r» wmr. ii.n«3 (hat ill*] rrram -pcdim* vhlvo v/as leaking vary J •UAcily. He thought. it-mtf;h* net liAve I imew |mh do\v,ti properly,, find oauM' } ,KX nr.row >r, cUnvr. • fifrth»*r. : AI | was; caupbt".uw)et.-.ii, uliowins ' j t!'» water to anetipo w«ro draw* ; i .in-r vvuior irr.m the ',w«ir us woll iw I fronrtho rysvrvosn, nmluutr the. pnis Huro .very low. . It wur. 'o : enoii. tliiiitf | -tlml I lm" leak was .disbiWsi-eri in" tiroe,! it-.He wiroiti nr.k the 'P.rust to. Hppoinr. i thr- fiui-Kfivint. " inspector In sou -<>r> water was .wasted. Mo received.^" for anting daring the summer months'. •Cmr- McElhimiev said lie did not know thai it did raueh.good. The Secretary fluid people lost...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Lancefield Shire Council. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1913. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 2 January 1914

Lancefield Shire Counoil, Friday, Dbckmheh 19, 1913. rresont—Ob llarloy (prositieut;, Johnston. Mcintosh, MoElbimioy, Hemphill, Waddoll and Foy. CORRESPONDENCE. From Shiro of Morwol!, aglciog tho council to co operate in bavin? the powers of tho Country Roads Board oxtotided to allow of the board par chasing atone breaking, road making plant, otc, and hiring same out to councils as required. Tbe President said it was good enough to wait and see what the Board wag going to do. —Received. l'rom the Government Auditor, that the provisions of the Aot re lating to interest on overdue rates, and the Dog Aot, had not been en forced, also tbot dairy fees had not been paid in within tho stipulated time. The Secretary said two rate payers had paid their rates, but there was 5s and 2s odd interest. Re earding the dairy fees, he had written for an explanation. It was really a matter of form ; tho man always paid his raouey in. He rovid portions of tho Dog Aot under which auy rate payer could co...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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DEATH ROLL OF THE AIR. TWENTY BRITISH AIRMEN AND TWO PASSENGERS KILLED. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 2 January 1914

DEATH ROLL OF THE AIR. 'TWPATY imiTIftH ArKMRN AND ' TWO PASSUtfGBIlS KILLED. Twenty British airmen and tvo -paMongers har« b©*o killed* On« •.'••'of Uie fatal accidents occurred &fc St. Petersburg, oo« in the Irish Seiv, one in the -English Channel, and one at Belfast. The remainder tools place in England.

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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CLOSE SEASON FOR GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 2 January 1914

' 1 ho Wbnle Vl »r-—rnntjlnnjj jn Icass : emi^l-a»g{»T>io-;( grey IM rml); lyrri^iirds,; tihUve;vx^;^bo!.rs,*: V- . uwlx,. :;; ;r •• swallow^ moi)>»t<ct».; platypuH.. etc. :'." ,;v:- " \ •.: ,> '•:'; VvFnan- I'J-th d:iv of A uno to * his 2QHi duy of ^D,«;uimili(isy ih>nch' Vutu'.—lilucU. pwnn,: wild gepftV n ' ii'11 Ijih.iW.' • •.. •"•'v.:-,':.. " .^JTrnm !b-{. (la\; of Anttist in «voh yrmr to Mi«Vl»pr: i)«y ufOFeliruarv fciliovvHjg.~Qr«ail;r :br«mze:uii»gijd;oivvtiier;;viM pi^eoiia. . -.' l-LMJ. 'drty.^ir.Dec«n»b»>rtiM^rn(lh fiwh, • From Isl.dny of May -- to >hu< :»M. dnv of :.;vKn>;n■-:;!*t <Titlv tt» lfilh .Oci'tbur in t'tibli: your;—Murrny cmt,-poroh, :md bronm.: : v

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 2 January 1914

TWO 'DOSES 'GiyiS 'ilEftTiBt. 44 I tim nuhject to 'Vrf>*r«d -trouMna vrtiMi. <c*tise pain And ?ncoiiveni«ncH," vntes Mr Alfred Wan«y 185 Aubnrn-roid, Anlmrn, Victoria, but two dnoes of Ohaniboriain's Colio and Diarrhoea Remedy enve inline* diate relief. I am pleased to know there Is such a sifo and ofertain remedy as Chambor Jain's C'olio and Oiarrhoo* Remedy and always keep a botCie handy," Sold by all Chemists aod Storekeepers, WHOOPING COUGH. "My little boy had whoopine cough-very t\&dly," says M^s A. Henderson. The People's Store. 47 Klpen-road. Mornington, N.Z. " I. -tried several cough medicines without any of them doing htm any pootl, then I tried Ohatnhorlam'fl Couch ttemftdy and he sot immediate relief. Since then I havo always kept a bottle of this wonderful raiidioine by mo and recommend it to oyery one." Sold by all 'Chemist® and Storo keepers. Motica Eemoval,, To 'honas at Enlarged Plant, Heavier Stock, i"^' ~ and Bigger Staff —<fj=3::e:...

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THE HOTEL LOUNGES. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 2 January 1914

=========== 1 THE HOTEL L0URSE8. The hotel longer fau ,ovar been • problem to hotel manager* (says the "DaHy Mail.") A man with very little money bat a great dead of uaurance, he stays far as ton or two in the lounge or nmolang room, uses the hotel notepapef, ami generally bohaves em though be vert paying a pound a day; for hi* board and residence. Of late tha loungers have considerably' increas ed in number, So much 80 Until) one London .hotel at least oay. man who is not known to be a booa> fide visitor is politely asked on entering if he is DbB<i«g in the ho tel or desirous of seeing e. visitor. A typical hotel lounger «m deocrib* ed by a member of the stall of the bote!1:—"He lives in lodgipgs and uses this hotel u his home. Hi comes in in Um morning abost 13. Seating himeeM in the beet laewge armchair, be goes steadily, through all the papers he can find. Aboot luncheon time he departs, (of he has never been known to take a meal in the hotel. His regular dailj| ex...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 2 January 1914

«-* Wooduiuti, loll l.liat tret;! Bui. do not Attempt- to do so .'infciV voti hnvo >M«o(»nrf»r! r: flood. An» hrom A. Willmras^Duii.-foid si./eut L^MCulnsld, :By so floiutr, you will .considerably .lighten yonr task. * I Those who have taken this medicine are amazed at ils splendid ; healing power. Suflerers from Bronchitis, Cough, Croup, Asthma, | Hoarseness, Di faculty cf Brecuhir-s, P;un or Sorcnec3 in the cheift, ; experience delightful and rapid relief, and to those who are subject . to Colds Oil the Chest it is invaluable, a3 it e/iects a complete cure. ; It is most comforting in allaying hritation in the Throat and giving ; Strength to the Voice, and it neither allows a Cough or Asthma to ! become chronic nor Consumption to develop. Consumption is not j known where *'Coughs" have, on their first appearance, been ' properly treated with this medicine. No house shouid be without | It, as taken at the beginning:, a dose or two is, generally sufficient. ; and a complete cure i...

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Cricket. COMPETITION MATCHES. The Lance field and Romsey teams met on the Lancefield ovel on Saturday, 20th December. Scores: LANCEFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 2 January 1914

Cricket. COMPETITION MATCHES. The Lance field and Rotnaey tpams met on the Iiancefield ova! on Satur day, 20th December. Scores.: liANOEFIELD. Reiher, B, h Ltudlay .. .. .... 23 Perry, 0. c Carroll, b Lnidlay .. .'5 Clarke, S, b T>*uUay ,» — •» X Derrick, J, c P«*Ty, b La\dlay "... '13 Onthridce. bWiUou ... 26 White, P, b l.ft'dlfty ... ... .. 28 GftT*uto, b T.&irilay ... .. I Brtstow, J, notout .... ... ... 22 Murphy, F,- not oat ... ... .... 19 Tjoals. A,... ... .•• ... ... 0, Marshall* C, .»» .► ... .>« 0 Sundries ... -v. 14 Total 152 .'Bowline Afi^lyala — "Lw&l&y, 6 for $61 Wilson, *1 for 8* ' RO'JffBBY.!.. I \vl)ecri. A, c r'rjiiUw, l> Ho'JiCi 0 f'arjrttisy, V, o Gtuljrjdj?(», b Jtaihcr '0 ■OiiprcU, • 2", *• ' ... •... - ,'5. Inplalcn, J.b.«A',.fv <r»cbrldv;o . . t 1 ljMrilnr, e Gfiwr, b ftwwt'r ... ... . J-. b'ATurply.Jv 7 j Vwrv, r; ).», vJosfrndfle «.♦ '*? j R-"h (ra'briri^tf .• H» V» Kivihnoue ... ... H m>t, out ... • ' -A'-''?...

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A Ship With a Plate Glass Bottom. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 2 January 1914

( A Ship With a Plate Glass Bottom. ' A new 60-foot-long ocean-going craft, which will be a novelty among ' ships, is that it will have a. crystal clear plate-gloss bottom, will shortly ; be launched. The vessel Is to U used for a scientific investigation of the ocean depths. It. would not, of course, be possible to gaze verj ■ fax into the deep waters, no muttec how transparently clear the ship's bottom might be,..unless a penetrat ing light were projected into the depths. The vessel will be equipped with - specially constructed submarino ra dio lights, do that in waters many fathoms deep the bottom, with the miscellaneous life that crawls upon it, may be brought into view. The portion of tho earth's surface that is covered by water, when the lakes and inland seas are included, is three times as groat as • the drjj land area. He surface area of the oceans is 127,000,000 square miteai The ocean waters teem with lifo| Though thousands of water cro*< tures are known and cla...

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ANCEFIELD RAILWAY. MELBOURNE TO LANCEFIELD [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 2 January 1914

[ A.N012FIELI) LUILWAI.,1 MliLBODUNI! TO Lakcrhei,i) .VleUjounio ... ... -dep 6 40 Ijanci.'field Junction air.814 dep 8.55 Bolmi'n . fj § Monop;iifla § § Nottb Mtint'gefta^ * ' (j , § 'oinbdy1 . . 10 10 Lanoefiold arT 10 °5 " ,> '«<«f / 1. ( M(olbnurno d°P r> i tnncifiUjf J unction drr 7 10 dep 7 18 Roini'v ... ' 2 Linci field .. .. arr 815 Ottij'Satiirduvs,'rtliis train leaves ■Mpl bourns n f G;30-and ronulN'SjLancn floJ;lqnt 9 5 p in. ' , f • . L^NCIIMKLD'TO riflcr.BOURNK. ' ' \ II Crantefiold dtp 7 U< floinRny' % ,^7 Vi Lanuetieldv Jiinof.ioniirr 8.24; r7ep?8:41 Niolbouino . . . v() x , .. v V i'i ' I l Lmptficlil ... ... dep SO Hmuhi v 'v . ... 5 25 J ;au ceil fill1, Junction' \trr Gil Melbonmu .. .. arr 7 27 , Diatnnoej.froTn1 t.n nccfielil to' Melbourne, .-iro'giitiof.Lniioefioldi above the sea level, 1501 feet V i l)ANOKKu:rjD HaHavay. rFnrrs.r-LincehcM. to.Mclbnurne^fordin* aryt- farp.a)—lafc..class : smtjlo . 7flf ' return. llsj •,2ufl;:'ani5le ....

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 2 January 1914

Monday's Market. Special attention is directed to the advertisement of Messrs Adamson, Strettle and Co. Pty. Ltd's. monthly Lancefield mar ket, to be held next Monday, January 5. A good yarding of cattle, sheep, and pigs is already assured. Full particulars of the stock to be offered will be found in the advertisement under the firm's heading. The sheep will be sold in lots, to suit purchasers, and will be mostly stores, suit able for fattening upon the stub ble and other pastures. The good demand still exists for all classes of stock, and as the yard ing is exceptionally heavy* there will be extra buyers in attendance. The auctioneers have good grounds upon which to base ex pectations .of a splendid sale. UNSEED COMPOUND. Of 40 yetrB proveu efficacy for Coughs, Coldt, Bron ohitis etc., , As the outcome of a vote of thanks to the hostess of a Ma sonic installation the following letter was despatched to Mrs A. Walker, Macedonia Hotel: "Rom sey Lodge 97, Ancient Free and Accepted Maso...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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THE DISTRICT COURTS (1911). [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 2 January 1914

. TUEt ttfel'RICT C0UIJT3 | (1911). i Tlio Police" Mngifttrntn (Mr A, Bui'low) ^Uendf Hip * foil jwing courts oiv thu.dii^ H|>«infied.. \ TiSTTY/SESSIONS. • ;Cantlcmame—TCvory.tKriday, at lOa.m Gxoupfc ffmrtlvFrulny injmontb. i • Kynoton—bvery Tn««(IftV, at lO n.m., cxoept ilijrd'liucstJfty in iumiAR". """* :< Davlcsford—^ICverv ^VQflncsday, at 10 a.in/ 1 exot-pt third Wedut-nday m tho month. I intbc | i month, id. I) 30 a;in. ■■■■:**■ i , ; VTrentlinm—Firsthand'tliird Thursdays in i \n.mtli, atMO 30 a in [./''O^'oodeisd^Scooud and'fourlltMondays m-i ljnirn<lh.nt ^ - . « •i<'- i [.T> (JhDw^hj^--JP,t'rsfeIEi:ida1>Yiin morrfc)i at. 3p*.ini i i vTarhdulc—-l^rat'-Tiicaday..-tD:montb at 3 p.m. .i 'FrverRtowu—SGcomV Saturday/.iux^ uiotith at 10 u in, i ' Mtdnudmry—Second Tuesdaymillionth.at 2.45 jmiA 1* • — i Jsuubury.—Fourth- Friday in. month; at 2 p in..* i f{vnod—S»3'»iid:'.Thurudayt ..in month •afc'lU ii.m OisUnriro^Ku'urtHi'L'liursday in, lii...

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Publications. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 2 January 1914

Publications. i Perhaos the -most interesting feature of the January *'Life"isa photo^raphland an ex planation of the origin of the-cpitajjh written ; for tho memorial cross to (Japtain Scott and hie fellow heroes. Other interesting »r«, ticlea are : "The Greatest business ou^ earth," in which Frederick Palmer, tho' war correspondent, tells how Science has robbed 'War of its romance; Mr Carlylo Smythe's description af Mfx O'UeJI and his Aostralian tour ; Jack London's greatseriftl; and a stirring story by Rex Beach, one of a series of which •'Life "has socurod tho ex clusive Australian rights. Wo gladly ad viee readers who wish to keep abicaet of tho times to get this issue of "Life — Captain Amundsen, who first discovered the South Pole,-will start eailyin 1914 on soother grc-at adventure among the ice. In his ship, tho Fram, he will tight bis way across the Polar seas, and finally try and drift to the North Pole itself. The cost of i the expedition will exceed £30,000. and to secu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 2 January 1914

NOTTOf. SHIRE OF LANCRF1ELD. Statement of Receipts and Expenditure for the Year ending 30th Sept-. 1913. RECEIPTS. T-oRates current Arrears Government endowment „ Grants Pound fees ... Fines Contractors'deposits Dairy tfees Park account Rent of Reserve ... Joint works—Shire of Romsey ... „ Shire of Kyne ton Equivalent for licenses Slaughtering licenses ... Interest Miscellaneous- . ... Balance 30th September, 1913 £649 14 0 59 14 0 151 0 0 20 16 7 2 7 8 2 63 22 2 6 12 15 0 52 5 0 .10 10 0 64 1 11 4 10 0 J37 16 6 100 02 0 1 0 271 6 8 £1470 9 1 v EXPENDITURE. By Balance, 30th September, 1912 Contracts Day labor ... .... Lamplighting Salaries ... Park account Materials and repairs ... Refund of deposits ... Interest-and exchange ... Grants and subsidy fever ward ; Kyneton Hospital ... Printing and stationery • Advertising Dairy expenses .. .... Pound expenses . . „ Office rent Audit Water supply ^ .tJ" . .! Charities •*-1 >- , Officers' guarantee premiums «:• Tree; planting Refunds ...

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LAW RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 2 January 1914

LAW RELATING TO liEvV-sfAPiiRS. 1. Subscribers who do not ®ive ex* ' pws noticr '../the contrary sire considered ( as wiahlutf to Continue. their .subdurip* , tion' ' I 2. If Hubscribura order ..the diaoont- . inuance .of their pe: iodiculs, thai published may continue to acrid »heo» until AuiriJAJ.'S an; paid. | '3. If a^D-HCUoers roturfe <<r m'gloct "to i tako. periodical* Cvom the otfu-c to which I ; they firo'Uir-H.ed, they :o-p RknI'o " til.R ! ;until tfiey have s« «M ?'•«>. I» <b,. \ •ordored^tho.. the-* periodicals to he dis- j coutiuuod. < ■ *& , 1 4; If subscribers rena/ve to other •vphiccs without informing.the publishers, liie p.-po's are M^iti* tlu-r f->rjnor: .'direction, llie.subsorilHjra ntv re-ponsib o. 5, The.. courts huvo deoiaed that •'refusing'to take periodicals from tha office or remtiying or leavii;;.; thorn un called for is tlvima facia,.evideuce of ia» ; tehtional Fka'tjii: •" if aubjicribers pay in a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 2 January 1914

Sneep Dipping. We are desired by the Chief Inspector under the Sheep-Dip ping Act, Department of Agri culture, to intimate to sheep owners that the Amending Sheep dipping Act, 1913, abolishes the clean certificate provided for under the Act of 1909, and pre scribes that, with only one minor exception, all sheep and iambs must be dipped off shearsj or'kept in a securely fenced paddock and dipped within 60 days. A return of sheep dipped must be fur-' riished to the Chief Inspector, Department of Agriculture, with-; in 30 days of dipping, The' period during which an owaer: may not be compelled {to dip un shorn sheep and lambs is reduced^ to the period, April to October, both months inclusive. Sheep or lambs carrying ticks or lice are not to be travelled or placed in any sale yard. A summary of the Act may be seen at the "Mercury" office. _ r.INSKED COMPOUND for ~Cough« ~<nd; plaints. i

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UNDERGROUND MALTA. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 2 January 1914

URDERGROUND B9ALTA. ' It est safely be said that Malta -can hold its own with other coua* "tries, or the world, as regards under ground passages. Bothithe ao •eiecit and present capitals are laby rinthed -with ^underground passages. Jfhe difference between the two is £hat those oi the former—Citta Vec 'Chia—belong to the past, while those of the latter—Voletta—belong to the present, ojod arc still teeming with 'life. The origin of both seta ci pas* •sages is very obscure. TU Cota -combs, as the passages of Citta Ceccfaia are called, "were probably - the homes and burying-places of the (early Christians of Malta, >centuriee i ;pgO. ITbe Catacombs have beea thrown .'Open to the public, the bones hav iag been previously buried so as to prevent visitors removing ttea. It is in one of the better-class Ca tacombs that a wonder exists. A idoor serving as an entrance con sists of a huge slab of stone, and ^revolves on its own hinges. The irfab 'Of - stone has two projecting portions, whi...

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