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THE DISTRICT COURTS (1911). [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 17 April 1914

THE DISTRICT C0URT3 (10U). The Police Magistrate (Mr A. Barlow) attends the following courts on the dayfl specified, ' PETTY SESSIONS. Castlemaine-Every Kriday, at iOa.ra eircept fourth Friday ia month. Kynetonr-Every Tuesday, at 10 a.m., oxcopt,third Tuesday ia month. Baylcsford-Every Wodnosday, at 10 a.m. oxcepfc third WtidiioJday in tho mouth. Maldon~Firsb aud third Mondays in tho month, nt II.30<A,m, ~ .. Trouthiim-First and third Thursdays iu ratmth, at 10.30 n,m. ' Wcodund-Sccoutl and fourth Mondays in' month at 3 p.m. ' Chewtou-First Friday in month at 3pan. . ? Taradalo-First Tuesday iu month at 3 p.m. ' " : "*J . . ijryarfitowa-;Socorid Saturday; fu^mbiith DtlOn.uv - Mnlmubury-Sccoud Tuesday in month at. ?2,45 p.m. Suubury-Fourth Friday in month at 2 p.m. ; Blackwood--Sccond Tbursdaj' ia month at 10 a.m. Gisboruo-Fourth Thursday, in month at 10 a.m. Glunlyon-Fivat Wednesday in month at 2 ;»0 p.m. . . - Laucctiold-Third Wednesday in month ut 11 a.m. . 'Romany-Thir...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Hanging Rock Races, [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 17 April 1914

Hanging Bock Races, The Ruter meeting of the Hanging Bock Racing Club was held on Mon day in delightful weather. There is little need to describe the attractions of the reierve and the Rock itself to Jocal readers, but a Ml sketch of this popular rendervous appeared in our issue "containing the New Year's Day gathering. The attendance, as ex pected, was not so large as at the club's "big' meeting, but was larger than last year. Most visitors were picnicking, and preferred exploring the Rock to studying the racing, though all the 'events were witched -with interest, and some exciting finishes witnessed. The president (Mr J. Harley) and secretary (Mr J. C. Keating) and other, officials had all arrangements made for the convenience of their patrons. Re sults : - Hack Race,-of to sovs., five furlongs p. O'Connor's Footbeat( Footbolt Beatrice), 9.0 (A. Fitrsimmons), 1; X S. Church's Miss Cella i, W. Ait ten's Kaylulah 3. Roma's Droam and .Straybolt also started. Betting:;. 6 to 4 on Foot...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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LAW RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 17 April 1914

LAW RELATING NEWSPAPERS. 1. Subscribers who do not give ex* press not icr tho contrary aro considered m wishiuq to Comtznuu their subscript tion. 2. If subscribers order tho discont inuance of thoir periodical*, the publisher may continuo to send tUom until AKUEAKS aro paid. 3. If aubseribery rofuae or neglect to tftko periodicals from tho office to which they aro directed, they aro Ri;sro hiule nctil they have settled their bills, and' 'ozderod the tho periodicals to be dis* cocmtiued. I. If subscribers remove to other glfccun without informing tho publishers, .pnd iho jjnpors are sent to their former direciioUt tho.attbscribenuire rosponuiblo. 5, The courts have docidod. that -"'refusing to take periodicals from tho office ur removing or leaving thorn un« called for is prima facia ovidonco of in tentional Fkaud. 6. If subscribers pay in advance for a periodical, ,thoy are bound to cive MOTICB to the publisher, at tho end of Iho time, that they do not wish to c.on tinuo taking it, ...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Lancefield Racing Club. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 17 April 1914

Lancefield Racing Club. A moefc:ner of the commltioe of tbo Laneofield Kuoinp Club was held at the Farmers' AVOIR Hotel on Friday evening. Mr R. S. (3rahara presided. Tl e balance sheet WAS adopted oo thfl root on of Mr T» Griffin, seconded Mr W. Molntonh, and ou their rnotioa Hie Hooretttry's account of £10 wfl® paused for payment, On fcho motion Mr S. Johnston,-seconded by Mt Mt;Jntt;8b, ifc was decided to apply/or .Tuesday, December 1, for tho holding of t.hu cluVa Sj ri'»g raci tin?* Air H, Gutbudu'e presided over a meeting to.consider ways and me®D8 of shifting tho racecourse to a oore convenient and advantsgeou site* Mr Griffin moved, and Mr Molntoah seconded, that Moasrs R. S. Grohon)( wild S. Johnston te appointed tDUjak® HrranReraente for tho selection of . it . and fcho raising of debet tares, ana hit they receivo 5 per cent on wl money oi Ileotod on debentures* To0 /notion was carried, nlso one by Messrs Tritidlos' and Mel itoflh' that tbe dobonturea be issu'd >ifc'.£5...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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POSTAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 17 April 1914

.POSTAL INFORMATION. Mails aro despatched from tho Pob Offico, LaiiCt'fieM, na ollotvs:-Daily Itomsey aud Melbourne (Sundays cxcopted) -niail closts nt 7 a.m. nml at 4.30 pan. For Emu Flat, nn Tuosdnya and Fridays, cloaca at 11.50. UocMord, Nowham, nud Woodond, daily, jIomjb at 2.15 p.m. f.ilmuro on Monday. Wednesday and Friday, and for "Springfiola on aamo d&ya, cloaea 2.30 p.m Tbo Lancoficid Post Ofiioa is closod daily at 6 p.m. On Saturday nightfl tho office opens for delivery of lottora nt 9.210 p,m.; on other ,,ightsat 8.30.

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Easter Services. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 17 April 1914

Easter Services. At the LancetieldRoman Catho lic church on Sunday the Easter ?service was conducted by Rev. .Fr. Harnett. Mr T. Minogue, of Melbourne, sang Cooper's " Ave ?Maria," , and "Osalutaris." The Methodist church celebrated its anniversary (reported else when'). Services were held at Christ church on Good Friday morning and evening. Prior to commenc ing morning prayer, the vicar dedicated rhe new organ, which has just been installed at a cost of £42. In the evening a lantern service was held, and was at tended by a fairly representative congregation, who listened with rapt attention to the vicar's ad-. dress on the Crucifixion. On Easter Sunday there were two celebrations of Holy Communion, one at 8 a.m. and another at 11 a.m;, the latter was choral. Choral Evensong was held at 7 p.m. At Cobaw Holy Communion' was celebrated at 2.30 p.m. The ser vices throughout the day were well attended, and 39 persons re ceived the Sacrament.

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SHIRE INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 17 April 1914

SHIRE INFOBfilATION. | Lancefiold sbire.~-Arcs, 38 eq, mUo | Popnlation of. shire, 1202. Numbor o dwellings, 262. * jKomsey shire.--Aroo. 85 sq. tnilee, Popn« Ihtion of sbire lflOO. Number of dwelling#, 420. Srrinpfidd sbfre.-Area, 111 sq. mil Population of shire, 706. Number o dwellings, 114. Pyalong Bbiro-Are*. 220 sq. mile*. Population of ibiro, 1200. Dumber dwellings, 380. Nuwbam-Woodend ehiro.--Area, 100 q. miles. Popr.lotnn, 2400. Number of dwellings, 't .

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LOCAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 17 April 1914

LOCAL INFORMATION.. tiancetield Shire Council.-Meetings held on Inst Friday in' nvcry month. ."Conn cillora : Mi-nsra ,f. Waddell. M. Foy, A. Johnston, W, M*Intngh, J. M'Elhin n?y, J, HflfJey, It. F. Klnekett, R. Hemphill, and !«. Oirrthnm Ac»ini»: Heare^irv. Mr P. J. MoMahon, -Health officer, Dr Finuis Diiiry inspector, Mr McK-mzie. Pound keeper, Mr J. Wutorl.tnd, - Inspector of nuisance. Mr J. M'Convlln, hnucnfiehV ' Watocwrovka Trust.-Cum* mfw'oner* meet fay in eve^y month. 'x\«UnR8bur"tary Mr'lV-J. McMfthou.' Lnnoeftuhl Horticultural S'»oi»»ty.-«. fhe committee hold thnir meeting* tm the Monday on;or h« forc the full moon, - ,Soc:i Mr.j. Wateclhnd. ' V ' \ ' '" liancofiold Mechanic** IuatitKte.-The; committee 'meet *eo'mid .FVjday.'jn onuh _m<nith. Hon.' seerrttHryjMr'J. -Derrick:;' Lib'ntrj«u, MV J{>fri?'.Wat^Hr«iid.', 'itvp m-j^ --Club.-- C^fritti n^/> M fj "v'&\»y^ooretnry, Mr M'Klhinney.-; ?** 'I-riJtcnl'.uM lVrrvsa ;Eand.-Practifie" hold. ; vyn*ki.y...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 17 April 1914

I^oudon & Lancashire fire insurance Co. j.') fit VfCfrW^NATj ACOJIWNY j,"rt SlUKN'^B TOLflCIKS tMund. fflo.oot Ildter eomirto'""* «'">?, tW aboTO ,Cor.i>u»Rlwn* Workman «Imuwii"" iolmj- _ $53$ 'lasuranoa. V/i. S.'inn»FU|iW» <*>*«&«> a'irt"H, tb" iPronimm. ,ba» . a..».»r,»WO nipmiat ailDCB.eu fluil t);»oK»o«, md.ijlU ft tiiwt adv-inc" ml Anything contdipplfttei! in ,'t}><>>-j|Tly "f tl'" bB*inM8' -II. ;(lpMifiK. " ¥«c«7 " (I.o<nl w' ,TliR i.0NDON DJRE$fGRY ' ,(l'uWUV:A AopualljJ ? EnaWea tmleri t):rou«hout ,thi. Wotid ,to c/immuniciitc itiroct wjtji Lngiiiih ,MANi;KAOIUIlF(.llfl AND Dtf^EP.S in einb rl»M pf ^ing.»,CTm 'plate . "ipmcr^l wildo tp t.mulnn »r.,l ,to 'fafcoflm, 'hu directory «0nUina:ll3ts qt HXPOJtT MEKOPAWM uiili lliL'ta^lo tlicy chip, jiniUho Cijloni .wl-fowiR" M«tk«to they, supply; ,,, iiTKA-MSHlP I-IPES Mrnprri under,tho Porta to which they anil, ? ttid indl«iitiii»tiio npiircvxitimtu Sivilinj.'i,; ...

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CLOSE SEASON FOR GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 17 April 1914

CLOSE SEASON:TOE GAME.; <..<:3.'ho_ ,\V'UoIo.wYqatVrT-I.aughing jnoknas.. cam, l<nuyiiroo.(grey .and"rod), lyre.binJa, native-w boars, ' 'owls,' swallows; moiinlicK, platypus, etc. - ^ 1jV"U) MiUdtiy of Juno en tko 30th duy of Drvt'iiihui' in focb year.-liluclc swati, wild .get*x« <>. iill lciads. Frmu'lst day of dualist -in each y<?ar to thu uay of iVsbmary fotlovviny.-r-Quail, I Urouzc-\vu)j4ud or other wild pilous. [ FISH. ; I'-roni lat doy _ of September to the, 15thfc u»v of Dueeriibur in cuch year,-Bluch fish / ... v l-roin i*»t-vluy-of May to the Hint day of t\ HL'uetm cftoh yitar.-linglish trout.' ' . Mo«?i 1st July to; loth Ootober in uich .your.-AJurray'cod, perch, audbrenii).

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LATES AND REGULATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 17 April 1914

ATES AND REGULATIONS I the torn MTho Common ; I-® us oil i»i connection with Uiu»« .au regulations it includes Pupuy' .ui\x iio.ve is hud. suid Norfolk island, i . v U?ITKliS. | «v*ry i ounce or traction thereof, , or doitvery wLUiiJr,thu Common f : .weahn ..... .. .. 0 1 ....."?. « 4fio Era- ; . piro .;. '. , q- ± . . doliyary in thV New H4>^eV*-'v ?rA:Hi'dt aud 'Johw Islands;*;! G-,2 . «!euyei-y in otiict'plaoes .... (i «j CAitDd. .. ?.: . '. c.Lilivop' n-ithiu lliu Ojinuyon-.Y'ialtll: V u!'!iB,r ^ «ach hail'. ,,oi;-del very juitlia ilwtisli'Jimpire (se, .>i>»t ol iilaees; .uudor? "-'hot,lorn")-Sin. 'Ble.ud. eaohi ;/.' , . POST-CAi'uDS. . .. ?J-Srtngto Po«Uards-.iiuproaM<l with '-fcba1 f ,'"-1:M,°pl;v: or double.'-carda. t.a«h half of-which -hat .ther-ld.; stamp Impressed Ui«i-eo;i, amy ha irauamhtao' iopiacea withmtho Commonwealth, am >?i ^ron®ii P"1?0®' .enumerated 'Undo'. , .to . which .letters -may jtransimttod atvtliu rait; 0f; Id. ^ jj,, . tUiBiiu .ciu...

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HOME-MADE POT COVERS. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 17 April 1914

HOME-MADE POT COVERS. 'f-tempty . thread spools and tho tins , used as extra iusido covers in lard I carisVaro usually 'thrown awny.fout thWo can bo put to good uso as ketUo covers, i( they are made up as follows: Saw the spool in half :&s shown, make a hole in the centre ol the tin and run a screw or nail tlirough the spool ami the tin ; then flatten its onjj on the under side. This will make an px cellout cover for a pot. -

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Methodist Anniversary. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 17 April 1914

Methodist Anniversary. The anniversary services of the Lancefield Methodist church were celebrated on Sunday by the Rev, R. Stone, there being a good ?congregation a t both services. In the morning Miss Mary Holloway sang " Nearer, ray God, to Thee," and in the evening Miss Camilli Jeffreys sang " In the Cathedral,' and Mr F- Phillips Tie Holj City." On Monday a -well-attended and sumptuously spread tea meet ing was held in the Mechanics' Institute. . The tables were pre sided over by Mesdames E. J, White and J. Currie, Mesdames T. Lockwood and Field, and j Mesdames C. Summers and Coot Numerous young ladies assisted. A concert in which visiting talent predominated was afterward; held, and proved very enjoyafe That the items were appreciwl was proved by the frequency i recalls. The programme was :> follows 4-Overture, " The Bridi Procession," Miss E. M. B. Littlt; song, " Thora," Mr James Shai non ; recitation, "Biddy Malone,' Miss Ethel Phillips; song, "My Dear Soul," Miss Mary H...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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EMERGENCY MAGNIFYING CLASS. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 17 April 1914

EMERGENCY MAGNIFYING GI..ASS. When in need of a microscopc for. the study of botany, one nmy be raado in the following >manuer : Bend a small wire or tho . Ktoinof a loaf so as to* form' a >inu)Hoop not larger ihau :'tho;-ordinary drop of water. - When f this is -done plncc a drop of dear water in the loop aiifhtho inicroBCopo is-complete. This temporary devico > will' prove 1 valu able: where < . u strong- ' magnifying glass ib not ut hand.

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Cricket. FINAL CHALLENGE MATCH. LANCEFIELD PREMIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 17 April 1914

Cricket. FINAL CHALLENGE MATCH. IJANCEFIELD I'HICMIERS. Tho final, oiatcli in tlio ltomsoy nnd District Criukot Association was con cluded on tho ltomsoy ground on Saturday, Iiimoefiuld winning by 14A ruue. Hunt and Amess opened far lliddell, Gathridgeand Roiher woro entrusted with (ho bowling, Guth* ridgo'bowled n maiden to Amosn, bet lleilier'flfivat ball was fatal to Hunt 1-0-0. In Guthridge'fl next over ho clean bowled A mega - 2-0-2. Ridduil losing two of their best batsmen for it duck each it looked o snro win for Lanoefield, C. nnd G. Huf wero to gethor for a ohort time but Roihor wan not to bo doniod clean bowling C. Huf-3 5-5. Noonan oame, but lost G. Huf, bowled by Roiher-&-2-16. VVornor nnd Noonan took tho Booro to 27, -when Roiher bowled Noonan-. 5-12-27. Garlick tfollowod but M. Nicholls caught- him off Koihen, in-tho outfield-6-0-2-7. Gilchrist now wont in and tho best stnod of tho ioningB was mado, Wornor nnd him taking tho sooro to f>4, wbon Perry caught V...

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TO CLEAN STRAW. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 17 April 1914

TO CLliAN STHAW. To clean wjiito .btraA' ]-ule iul) wi Hi^./a v- slico; of;^ cut-.lomou, - . " rrufto .with cold , wuterp;mid vatitTcn v. by brushing ^Willi avi'bruslv^jhppuUv-.1111 a . ^woak vftolution; - of .gum-find watur.Y Bladkvstriuv hats should bo thoroughly: ijrushod Ho removir dust, lb6n' painted ovct with ' u; nuxluro' of,: oqunl ..portions of gum andink;1 Political Candidate: "Gentlemen iny opponent hasn't got a log to stand on." -Voice; "All the more reason why he should have the seat, wi»ttr.'> :

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You Cannot be "Strong" Armed Without "Strong " Jaws. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 17 April 1914

Vou Cannot be "Strong" Armed Without " Strong " Jaws. (By LEONARD: K. ItillSHnBRG), : A.M., >r.n.v: ; In the primeval days, when Iho present and before the present me mories'"of man runneth nof to tho contrary, of tho Pleistocene man, the anthropoid, and hotnosimlan pre cursors, if not ancestors, tho qtics lion of pabidum varied according t'o the progress of Iho animal kingdom toward Iho superman. Moro and more steadily it appronchod tho mucli-covotod animal victuals, con sisting of insects, grubs, reptiles, birds, aud smaller gamo. / Gradually flesh-cutlng replaced tho non-carnivorous diet, and soon hunt ing arid fishing vied with tho tilled soil and tho vinoyards, Finally lifo was really nmdo worth whilo by tho inventor,-of cooking. The in troduction of cooking, like all new inventions,, even of the present day, led at oneoMo an ovei'-constnuptiun of the . thing: thus placed enticingly within, tho rea£h"' of (all. Man soon and since.- then began eating himself into Bright's 1 d...

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BRAN BISCUITS. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 17 April 1914

BRAN BISCUITS. MJx. in a basin *}lb.~ of floury {lb. of bra n, >1t 02;-« of brown sugar (I'l rtnblesjio'onfuls),and . a /quarter of a teaspoonful, of .ifanlt. ""Press the lumps out of u quarter, of a tea-:, spoonful of baking soda and a quar ter of a tcnspoonful « of cream. of | tartar, and mix these with the other ingredients. % Crtimble into the dryi mixture {lb. of butter, and, wheni quite fine, moit>ten; the whole to a very stitf dough with buttermilk. Turn on a floured .board, knead, and roll out thinly,-nnd cut Into I rounds the size of ; a teacup. Tho i rounds are baked on a greased tin | in a moderate oven for a quarter of Ati hour* . I

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Reminders. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 17 April 1914

Reminders, A public meeting to arrange for the Empire Day celebration will be held to-morrow evening at the Mechanics'Institute. 'The Springfield council sits to day, the Pyalong council next Monday, and the Lancefield council next Friqay. Wiiiizm Shelly and Co. and Chas. Hamilton hold a special stock sale at Pyalong on Thurs day, 30th inst. The Victorian Producers' Co operative Co. hold their Woodend sale next MoE&ay. Tenders closing :trt 6 p.m. on Monday 27th axe .ca'tied for the erection of a parish '.hail at Rom sey. The "Garden Hut" farm at ?Newham is advertised io let. The Lancefield E.i£e Club will be firing musketry f.o-morrow. Skating ana dancing are ad vertised for to-morrow and next Thursday evening. A road foreman and ganger is adxertised for by the Shire of Newhani and Woodend. Mr E. G. Kittle, p.tationmaster at Lancefield, Is away on a months holiday, and being re lieved by Mr. J. McGregor. Aaarnson Strettle and Co. adver tise that a snbdivisional'sale of the B...

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BANBURY BISCUITS. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 17 April 1914

BANHUnY BISCUJTS. In a basin mix 60/.. of flour and 207.. of cornflour;^.?'adding', to lhe?0 3oz. of castor sugar, a quarter ol a Jeasp'oonfuT of baking; powder, And a pinch of"saH. With t.ho tips of the fingers crumble in finely £lb. of butter, afterwards adding- '2q7" of currants, washed, 1 dried, and picked. Moisten these ingredients to « stilt: dough'with - a> i\'ell*bentcn egir ; and then turn out., knead well, and roll' out thinly. The dough cut into rounds the size of a breakfast cup, tho round being placed on a gronsed tin, and baked in « moderate oven until I hey beconic a palo yellow, co lour. As a rule these biscuits tnko about a quarter Of. atrhour lo/fire.'

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