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Girls Holiday Frock. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 9 January 1914

QirTs Holiday Frock. .'ilse school or coliegb ^irl requires a fair auinher of tlrft-u'cs in the course uf th« yeiir, ■..jmd Nowaday* the iliupits style* are the uriva ;umwt MiQgbi after, A good example of t»»e JVevjiiliu^ fAsliion U showa tu Hie abov« Hii's tle-i^n. nude up in n*vy cou»~.N or«pB, ypon^o clutu, tobialco, or d«*. a\'» with ft deiacbnlile culJur aud culls ui uN'* uiurtlin, would i^aiio au ideal Iioc*. for &«,)* %*rl. , Wa are umJV uuay raadurn will wlah to UiaLe up tbi% fruiSu and they will b : glad lo iiuon ibat an .excellent puper pattern u obtaina-e. iti* d*Sj" represents . lio. 61 of 'JSvoy-Lau.VB Journal' Paper Patterns, xtid U ci^t in »i*es—fur agen 12 and 14. 'ihu pattern i* oue of ao oiuht i»t fcdveu Uiln'i pattern*—''(Wge Girl OuU :IU* *\o.,8—cut by ous of iSs <uu*t ex peneuuea dressmaker* iuAuatriJia- TUe coix3ply(« uutiit sells At 2* 6»T, but .patternsmay b0 bought separately £t\* -9d «auh.: Leaning dr*j>tf« overyvrutfie otu«?Jf -iirery...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Cricket Association, FIXTURES. The following is the list of District Cricket Association Extares — [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 9 January 1914

Cricket Association, riXTUHBs'. The following i« iha list of Distriot Orii:ket A»sncifttion£xtares — . Junnnry 10—Riddall 7. RomiBJ; N««whain v. Lancofiald.. January 17—Lnnoefield v. Riddell; Newtiara v. Rnmney. J«ihi»iiT'24—Eamaay v. Laocdfield; 'Riddell t. Nonham. January 31 — Romflof Y, Riddell; sL moefaeld r. Nonhaai. February 7—'Riddoll v. iftucBScld ; Rnmney v Notrltona. fF>brnnry 14—LanceBold ?. Ram; ■S6J1; N»wh»ra r. Riddoll. F«bra»ry 81—Riddoll y. Rotntsy ; Newham v. Lancefield. February 28—Luncefield », Rid» •doll; Newham v, Romsuy,' .March 7— Roroaey v. Lancefield ; 'Ritldell 1. Newham. Man-b 14—Rnrasoy .v. Kiddell; iianot'fiold v .Ne»biuu, Marob 31—Firgt und socond teams tplny <►!?. Mnrrli *28 — Challenge • match if Wanted. All matchps to be playeS-.au ground ■oftiirst-tianiofi clnb.

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Slew Trucking Yards, [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 9 January 1914

Slew Trucking Yards, p | For some time stockownera an-'. ' who use the trucking yaro - " -™ ntntion baty; Qeutuiw . "... nfc LftncoBpld riuinoj biien' pointing "ont- that ffloi/iRfiaf &* ;■ nut tidt'quxto nor well arrarf*»>r Trucking »t night, in faqt, is dacl; BBrous. For some years local farmeip have been ,goinir in more extenaivelj'S' f9f »bee|i-niiHiii(r, whioh is likely to bo-'1 onme a mill mote important feature oft their operations. Beside the rejtulai:' nale-rl.iy traffic, numerous speoia': tracks li'ivo been sono or rooeive*^ lately, and ,far na tho preaenv. yards lire ooncorned they are ob'si anlelB. The President of tho Shire (G, Hmley) and other councillors it-pi toreatod lmvc boep hard on tho IW pnrtmerit « hi'ols, nmi it was sgraod at! ' »a' meeting that if tho planfi name to'' hand they. oould ha inepeoted by;.' p oolcownere and councillors and! Bnyl':J RatfgesHond nm«d to. The plflosK were at the ntaHon during tho weefc, t? Bnd were held to provide for op-...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Ex-Member Honored. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 9 January 1914

Ex-Member Honored. In the re-arranging of the Federal I eleo'orul boundaries in Vi'' oria thsj, district of Memda diaappoo-ed, Thaj lion. Robert Harper whs its repro«f Beiitative all thr»ui»h, retiring when! his electorate boon mo merged. Soma of his former constituents of Kyne mn, Mnoodnti, Woodend, mid Gin,1 home took tho occRnion of the Bang : ing Rook gathering to make a pro'' ■untatinn to Mr Hsrper. Dr Anderson, of Woodend, pre Hided, and explained the motives actuating the gift—to mark their ap preciation of hid long and faithful Bcvvices ob their representative. From an albom containing views: uf tho beam; spots in the Merndi-' elocturatu and the signatnreB of oun. stitoonts, Mr E. Armstrong, of Kync ton, read oo address expressive of ap-A preuiation of tho recipient's valuable, sorvicoB daring the past 34 years aa; tbi'ir State or Federal representative, the Iobs of which they regretted.' "For He's a Jolly Good Fellow1' was; sung to the strains of the Woodend; hand. - MP,.,?...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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The Great Picnic. HANGING ROCK RACES. YEAR OPENED AUSPICIOUSLY, [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 9 January 1914

5 The Great Picnic. I JJ AN01 NO "itOOkTtACMd. I YEAH OPICNKI) MJsil'IC'IOUSI.Y, ^ Thu bftaaGifal pick wlu'nh iMhn'i Ubntan tvlmt i« no wiiiyjy mill nopu !lurly koown fin "Thi* (lanc^intf Rook' vthb diusim by iooro people than over tut a fitting plHcie wherein >o Hmmd well the Brflt d#y of Lho N»*av Yi*nr. •To dt'ftl with thv tmtftt import-nut itetn ' firnt, the weather' wh« perfect, bright •'jolnd Hiifiny; (ho houf. tnrnporo<i by it •'nT.''1,- A,<ifre.«hint{ br-eest?. ThonuMitrri who net Niido ami preserved i»i •oil its primeval fajiuty the YLuiging. ;Rd(?k reserve dener"^--w«ll of cim, and 'ptiHterify shall urine Ho cull thorn bles od. AimtmiiA ifl nu M 'junnfry. 'worn pruny rikI the foviiSS whir.h atrip Hiid woa'* down fho mi-V^Hed "uvorlinunif hilln" are woi kiti<r tm?H* awtfr.Iy sinco man ha« uitrodiiood. tho" fiXP, rha firuflt-iok and thu rabbit. TKonsch doubtless but fho tiuiu and weatherworn flkoleton' of a hill rniioh. 'hiifher, us aro mo...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 9 January 1914

IT NKVHK PAlLy. [A "fcoryeara we have been using Chambor* - r i»in • i.nngh Rfmrdy, iay# Mr Herbert H. &■ u ooanead. Wentworth, W.S.W. "We have £ six children nnrl never me Anything elw for ' • tin* trefWinent of cougkH, colds and bron cbjRl complaints 1 confidently recommend -i < hamiHirluin'B Cough Kemedy to everyope, unit* r>H|<o(!iu|]y to paientfl, who, like my. '•> "flf, have yoimp children's boaltb to sufo. |..'v; Ru«rd. U oevcjr fails lt» giva relief m ail o'eea." Sold by all Obewiats and fltoi* K keeper*.

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 9 January 1914

VI \f, r,n'H,001VNa WlUGtl. . " <. b"d «Un..pi,1({ c„„Kh v,.ry : v"tj , i*?8 Mrs A. UetulersMD - Th" I Pi"l>lu a store. -47 tlgon-toad, : fi trietl uyvoral < o u i-li uicdicinuk I :'-th.mTtr?Ui' f'l "'"i"1 i'-'"8 b'"' ttny s°ad' Co,,Rh K«»««lv imm.-i1.nie ivliof. Sincn then I •.V>vS »lw»yR k,'|,t * l,ott'u n1' M>i« wou,loi-fui bv ,n. nnd wc0,„wond it >fk«4et» ' 8,1 0hw,i8U aD(l | ' '' '

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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WOMAN OF 70 HAS A PACE LIKE THAT OF A YOUNG GIRL. Long-Guarded Family Secret Learned through a Provincial Ludy. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 9 January 1914

WOMAN OV 70 HAS A PACE LUCE THAT 01'' A YOUiN'G GIU1;. V ' ; y;. :;.y, y-y ;;y Long*Guarded Family JSooreb Learned ' through a Piovmeml Ludyv:.y < "From 111.1'her to (lilug'itci, «r' nft.r write* a. I' v 7I) yen* oht, , w« havei Uop - ut(J, our:, complexions,. pir^rrou - tjl.i- »g<>i'-.vO£. Into ill our; tjioi)(!.s in hnv e ii(v;VriT('ci;ivt;vi iimi Sis !,pp„iiitca bv hnciiiii.rtUii'. riiuniiliiis .lliat wo. liot'.Tiglit for us tg kcup to s,irfiTvi-» rtiiy longer, tho formula that "l£iia>w.i\sbei-u coiimUered our inrniiy Wolf ""'1 t0 wbicl1 w® °";'e our '<•'<»»»l vi utti1 ■ Th. refuro wo Uko tins opportunity itcQirtuiuuicatlaB it.to our, simer icnUMii Urmii, fcimi taie bunioiu auil 2 oi Flavors.of Clxxotn, nr.x th«*m jouraeU at homo, -Auy chonuKt unn supply y..u with ' wha.t..ia .awesyvcy.. slmkc'iihe lo inn bufore uami? imil uyply ovttuU*Wm;«j<Mgu vu .. . -Tw loss-.tkati B | re<ulittl> m^ui. u... in..... wro...

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AN OPEN AIR BED. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 16 January 1914

AN OPEN AIR BED. Sleeping outdoors is one of . tho luxuries of camp Hfo that' is .be coming popular among dwellers in the city. . Heretofore, only those who. had ample house room. for a sleeping porch .could t enjoy the fresh air und sound rest that goes ? with nu "outdoor bedroom, but nn Aniei'i-. can inventor has. solved vtho prob. Jcm for. tho benefit of those with limited . space ; even apartment .house dwellers can now enjoy a night In the open without leaving tho lint. The bed is built upon a. balcony that projects, only a couple of fuel be yond the wall of the house. It is protected by a railing and iin in sect-proof screen. Uy dny the bed is <•-covered by a dome of metal thnt\ protects it from the weather, und at-nfght, when the couch is in use, .the occupant shifts . the dome to the inner side the bed, so that, the' outer side is uncovered. In enso of rain coining on during tho night , !hq can swing tho dome back to its;origimil position without .gutting up. For ...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A BIRD'S APOLOGY. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 16 January 1914

A BIRD'S APOLOGY. — .9. The story quoted in a contem porary Journal of a purrot who spoko through tho telephone, recalls one, the truth of which it would he hard to credit, hud not the inci dent to which it return taken place iti the presence of the lady who told the story to the narrator. It be came so talkative during the mulliif,' of family prayers that the head of the household was obliged to pause, ami request the bird's removal from the room. One of the maids rose from her chair and seized 1'nlly's cage. As she readied the door, the bird, with a fiiml screech, ex claimed, to the astonishment of the assembled family, "Sorry I spoke 1" During a thunderstorm in Paris, four women tonlo shelter under an umbrella, which was btruclc by light ning- One man was killed out right, ami three seriuusiy injured.

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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BLACK CAP PUDDING. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 16 January 1914

BLAUIv OAF I'UIHIIMJ. l .lh. flour, ti eggs, I pint milk,. 3 to 'I Q/.n. currants, a pinch of suit. Method.—Sift the Hour into a basin, add the salt, beat up the eggs, and si ir gradually into the flour, adding the milk by degrees, and work into a butter. flutter J large or ii small pudding basins. Sprinkle in the currants, and pour in the prepared butter. Cover the i basins with buttered paper, ami ! .steam for one hour. I After his wife dreamed that trea sure would be._found near Kerrelru's Rush, South Africa, Andrew Van der Menve, n destitute Jiioemhof earpunter, .searched thesl>«»l. indicut ed by her. ami discovered a twenty five carat diamond valued at JJHIHI.

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
What Would Happen If the Earth Turned Faster. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 16 January 1914

What Would Happen If the Earth Turned Faster. It lias been calculated that it tho earth wore to rotato elghteon limes as fust ua it does now a man nt tho equator would weigh nothing ami that, if ho jumped in tho air he would remain there*. Thu muti weighing nothing nt the equator would weigh 200 pounds nt the pulva, und varying: weights between the poles and tho equator. There nre no planets t hat turn eighteen times as fast us tho earth,- but there are some where tho force of gravity is entirely different to what it is hero. On the moon the .average man would weigh no more than fifty pounds, it has been estimated, and could jump as many feet—that is, fifty feet—without trouble. This, however, would happen on nny part of the moon, not because of the centrifugal force, as would he the enso if w'o were spinning ubout eighteen times faster, but duo to n lack of gnivitntivc force on the moon. Moasuriug labour from our pro | tout standards, a labourer would i havo to rocoivo otiormous pr...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 16 January 1914

CHICKET, Lancefield played Nowham at The Rock 011 Saturday, nnd the mutch re sulted in an easy victory for Lnncf field. Derrick won the toss and de cided In but, mid when the soore lmd readied 9G with 6 wiokets down, Lancetield declared, and sent New liani lo the wickets. With only an (in hoar to got Newham out, it looked us|tl]ou!ili tho match woald be drawn, as Nowliam seemed to have a stronger loam thau usual ; bat Guthridge's bftwling was so deadly thnt tho New ham team was all ont in 40 minutes foe 35 i nns. Gathridgo's figures road 46 balls, 12 runs and 7 wickets. The scores are as follow " LANCEFIEl/D. ^Retlier,« Boxslmll ... ... 26 Perry, c McKenzie, b Scuifc 18 White, o Porkins, b Scott ... 4 Olnrkp, b BcixsIihII ... ... 7 Gutliridge, o Porkinp, b Bozsh&ll 3 Derrick, o Evans, b Boxnhall ... 11 Garsido (rotired) .... ... 13 Jones, not oat ... ... ... 0 Loats. not oat; ... ... ... 9 Sundries ... ... ... 7 Total (for 6 wiokots) ... 96 Bowling—Bozshall, 4 for 27; Scott ...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LUNCH CAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 16 January 1914

LUXUII U\KO. lib;' flour, Gozs. dripping (or a | tmxturo of lard, dripping, and . but- i tcr), > 0 ozb; sugaiy 3 M>. currants, 2 ry/a. candied pncl, 1 cgp, J pint luilk, ... J lciuspounful carbonate sudu, flavouring. \ • ; / flk'tliod.—Uub dripping into the Hour, add.sugar, currants, and peel; dissolve ihn soda in . the milk (sour ; unite- will du). add. to tho . lieuton i egg*, and inukn the cnKo miKturo i moderately boft. Uako in -otio tin J J Ijoujk,. or. two tina about,- 1 houi. f S" r

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Sporting. RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 16 January 1914

Sporting. RIFLES SHOOTING. Tlio Lanui'flold riflo rango iB in uso ovory Saturday afternoon. nnd mom hero are gottiug in tb9ir tnuikotry. Tn-morrow the cab will leave a' 1.30, and if nufEuient members are in at tendance a spoon competition will be Bred. __L_

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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ECCLES TART. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 16 January 1914

ISCCIjBS TAKT.a Lino, n tin plulo or shallow sand wich tin . with a short or puff pus try. Spread this ilnckly with Iho currant' 'mixture, cover with pas try;. trim the eulgo neatly, and bake ill „a hot oven about 20 minutes. To prepare I ho mixture . allow- to each } lb. currauts 2 small tea spoonfuls sugar. Wash the currants then place them, still wet, into n I Imsin, add the sugar, then the trea I ide (wurnied), mix well, and use.

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Dry Farming. FOURTEEN BUSHEL CROP ON 2¼IN. OF RAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 16 January 1914

Dry Farming, FOURTEEN BUSHEI, CHOP ON 2fiH. OF 11AIN, Oqo of the nbaervera for the Com monwealth Metereological Service, who is farming on a lar«e scale Ht Tralee, near Parkes* - New Soath Wale.0, in sending his annual return of the rainfall, makes dome very in teresting comments on the reUtion between this aud the crop returns realised by him. His experience confirms in ft most admirable and comforting manner the theory—now largely translated into practice—th»t by proper and careful tillage of the soil for the previous 10 or 12 mouths beforo , seeding, sufficient, moisture may be re tained in the subsoil to provide stor* ngc upon which the wheat plant may draw and thrive evon in winters ko dry as to make failuro certain noder/the older methods of culti cation. By the end of June afcTralce pome 3000 acres were oeeded. Al though from this time till the crop wbr harvested at the end of Novem ber only 2jtn. of rain fell upon it, an averago yield of 14 bushels per ncro v/fiB stripped of...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Ladies' Column. A NOVEL OVERDOOR DECORATION. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 16 January 1914

Ladies'Column. A NOVIUl. OVKHDOOU DECORA TION. Suggestions for practical, inexpen sive, nntl pretty decorations for tho home nro always welcome, and in our sketch may bo seen n« extreme ly oJYcctlvo decoration, which can b*0 arranged in it fow moments abovo cost of a few pence. •• ■"r" It is composed : of Japanese paper /nus, mid. fans of both kinds, the flat fan and the fan made to fold up, may bo purchased- in. many shops for a penny or twopence each. Most o( them nro particularly pretty and ornamental in design, and In select Jny the fans for tills decoration, they should be carefully chosen to harmonise with the '.colour of the wall-paper on "rwhfch they arc to find a place. ' A large "fold-up" fan Is placed over the oentrc of the doorway and secured in •position with one or two tiny . tacks, Hound 'this fan five vilatirfans" arc;arranged in the' manner • »hown »•* the illuslrntivu, '•wilh'their handles/, hidden ftwoy bo» himl lliu lorgor.

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Land Taxation. WHAI IS UNIMPROVED VALUE? [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 16 January 1914

Land Taxation. WHAI IS UNIMPROVED VALUE ? A land vainer of considerable ex perience in valuing for the Fedoral and State land taxes, writes on the question of how to ascertain the un improved land valne. Ho says:— " My own definition of unimproved value is the improved value, less what, it would cost to-day to pat the land into its present state." The cost would involve the extra cost of labor, difficulty of getting; labor and bad labor at that, time lost, interest in volved, define the difference between the property as it is to-day, "a going concern," aud as it would bo to-day if absolutely bare of improvements. Wo caunot go back to what the land was worth yours ago when unim proved, but what it would bring to day if improved. The surroundings to-day add to the nnimproved value —roads,, telephones, telegraphs, rail ways and population—nod also the knowledge we now have, for instance, that if we are dealing with forest lands we now know that by expend ing, say, from 5s to IQa on ac...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Household Hints. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 16 January 1914

Household Hints. Without hesitation, it can . bo as serted Hint it sweet course in which Currants are the chief ingredient is .sure to* please Lhocntiro house hold A diet of Currants is not. follow1 ed; by discomfort, -digestive troubles, uiul other ills that indulgence at meal times only too frequently bring on. 'I ho explanation is simple. Cur-, rants ure intended by .Nature:..;to feed and sustain the body. . .That wonderful substance known asgrapc-i sugar is a most powerful nutrient—?1 then the little touch of tn'rtnric acid in the fruit gives-it a. delightful flavour. and assists the gastric juices..1 When Currants arc taken < into the 1 mouth the palate is immediately 1 pleased ; that is a. good sign, be- 1 cause Nature has.made most of her beneficial foods palatable. When the Currant readies that most important organ—the stomach—it starts its work of nutrition. The powerful' grape-sugar replenishes the tissues of the body which hiivo been dispersed by energy, both m...

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