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SHOULD DYSPEPTICS DIET SPECIALISTS VALUABLE ADVICE [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 1 May 1914

' ..S.tVAUI, Li PU I^C ^ ,U1£I) R ;qp i;q I (V1,1S? 3 ,V A MM B L E AD,® 1 '.'.DyspopHUi, ,iudiK(!Htinn, iflatu|oc" Hud pnict\ct,Uy ,pll i_fpi;niB ,qf trunblq," wi'ites ft 'leading .mjcwk are in nearly avocy .instance.Ute.lli1' iesu.lt.of .food ifqrmentiition .ftit(l < consequent production .in the.^niPi of acid and pan which irritftte p.nd.0 tend ,tliB atornaqh and .((iftko n(® digestion .passible. I'ho ,f?RS iby <f tending Urn stwnaoh and .[(eiii. upon the surrounding ,vital serjquHly interferes lwit)i itbqir W and '.frequently causes (pnlpitfttii!lP . the heart ; but the uo^d ,ia.taiwt . laiiuorous, barause it .injita'-Mi & inflainPH and u'von ulcerates .^A<= imto litiintr of the iitamuub., pwi' inc .dangerous ^tomaoli .oliwi * even oanqur. Jfood cferjaaff'"'' heincf primarily ,rea.panaibl» tat- *"' fenubli1, it waH ilong <frbe -oaetao1 physicians to permit fcha «;aa only such foodo as nun Id ''lot ferraent. t unfortunately uute...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SHIRE INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 1 May 1914

SHIRE 1NF0BMAT10N. LonceficM shire->Arca, 38 sq, miles Population of shite, 1202. Number of dwellings, 032. liQniKey ahiru.-Area, 85 aq, zoilca, Popu* . Isiion of shire 1SD0, Number of dwellings, 420: yprincfit'Id pbirc-Area, 111 sq. mil rt Imputation of shire, 706. Number ©t; dwellings, 114. Pyninnp abiro-Area. 220 sq, tnilet. Population of shire, 1200. | Number tlwt'lllnflH, UflO. / N« whftm»\V«oHond fibft*./»-Atoa, iOO q. miles. i'opulaluu, 2»00». Number; .iff ?JwollingB 42. ."/. - . -

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Markets. MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET Melbourne, Tu[?] [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 1 May 1914

Markets, MELBOURNE ORAItf MARK? Melbourne, Tut* The GippslfcQd And Northern Co-opt Selling Co. Ltd. report at follows Wheat-F.a,q., 38.3d; medium according to sample, Oats-Milling, in' lid ^ feed, U 8Juwjh 9d ; medium. It 7Jd .to Is 8d. Barley-With the exception of a few jilsj of choice quality, there is noting al i3 doing in tliiB lino. Maize-This baa been aqach easier dnnt{ tho week, and 3.9 IQd is now top, with Yctj limited i'uquiry. Potatoes- Supplies available thia moq, ing were far in excess of requirement!, uj consequently tho market was much euier, Prime Cannons aro oflering.at £5 £$!i, Brownells £4 I5s tp £5, Chaff-This is a go?d .deal better, i;i prime oaten ia now worth £3 5a. oecinoa ally £3 7s fid, medium according to tiauipli Ouions-These are rather firmer,and p.rijt Brown Spanish aro now worth £t> to£6ji. NEWMARKET SHEEP SALES. Adatmou, Strettlo And Co, ?ty» Ltd,* .port.; - Fat Sheep.-16,900 yardefl, the bulk gqod.to prime mutton. Prime xbred Vreti-j well in eviden...

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SHIRE COUNCIL MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 1 May 1914

SHIRE COUNCIL MEETINGS: ' , J LnncelicH-La*t Friday in month, 2 o'clock. RoinM«y- First Friday in month, 2 o'clock* Springfield-Second Friday tu»ntb, 2 o'clock. Kyuetoo-Firat Saturday in month It o'clock. Pyuloug-'/Third Monday in month* 2 o'clock. Nowliam and Wuodend-Last Tuesday the month, . f

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Football. JUNIOR MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 1 May 1914

Football. .JUNIOR MATCH." The pnnual meeting of. the .Lance-, field Football Chib was. held ,in .|t|ie! Mechanics' Institute ' on Tuesday, evening, Mr R. Guthridge presiding. Mr J. Triniiles >vas re-t;l(;ctefl i£re-: ;i<ident. ? V.; "1 Messrs M. Maher^Hv.C^nierQn.aridi1 E. Q: Kqttle ,iyere,r(i-elQCtedwise-tiKe-:' ..cidept: . ' ' . " ' ' The patrons were -re-elected, the addition .pf-.'.Wesgtji .Pp.iver.and iH^nnigan.. Mr H. y. Coller.wa^^ctQ!!.^eqre ;firy and treasurer. .?Messrs A. Johnston, 5". ;Shan3t)an, i R. Casey, J. Guthridge, .and ,the Secretary >vece,appointed .p. ,ijia.tc|i I committee. The subscfiptiop t>?as .fixed .at is 6d. , A letter had ;been .received from Hesket regarding.the.formation qf pn Association. The Secretary said there was a suggestion that they :liave two teams in Lancefield and one ,in. Ronisey. Messrs Johnston, Guthridge and the Secretary .were appointed delegates to the Association ,if any ,',vere formed. It .was decided that whateve...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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LOCAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 1 May 1914

L0CA.L INFORMATION, Lnncsfield Shiro1 Council.-Meetings hold on last Friday in every 'month, Coan .cilloM: Messrs J« "Waddell, ' M, Foy, 'A. Johnston, W. M'ltf&oah, J, M'Elhin-' ney,£.-H;»rloy, R.-F. Blaokott, R. Hemphill, nnd R. '-Graham. Acting Secretary, Mr1 P. McMahon, Health oTHcer, Dr.-Finnia"1 Dairy ir.speotor, Mr MoR»ncio. Pound'1 koeyer, Mr J. 'Watarland, ^Inspector of., nuisanccs, Mr J. M'Convllo. Lanccmeld Waterworks Trust.-Com msnioneia raoet last»FrHay in «v'ery month. Acting Soorntary Mr P. J. McMnhon. LancofieUl Horticultural Socioty. fhe eommitfcco ,hold thqir meetings on tho 'Monday onor-before tho full rr.aou»: Seb., Mr.j, Watertond. .' LaocoOold 'Mechftnicfl1 Iu«tituteT^-The ; con^mit^ "second' "Friday itv-!oach; tnorith. iVi?on.«:aecrataTy, Mr' J. 'Derrick^ Librarian,Mr'John Waterlftnd. . I Lanoencld JRiflo Club.-Cnptalnj Mr M, Foy ; secretary* Mr M'Elhincey. . .'Lancofleld Brass Band.-Practice held woekly;. Bandmaster, Mr A. O'Callaghnn1 .ipctetn'ry, Mr ...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 1 May 1914

jLondon & Lancashire \ flire Insurance Go. >!) ltina« at PKItSONA-L ACCIDENT I ,'ni 8MKHE88 VOU1CIE8 IBraed. . . ?)o no, delay completing with the 4boue *? Corporations Workman's Insurance l?oliCJ. \ " ' / Fix* Insurauos. TVrit« for,p*rtt«nl»r», etc,. Insurance tPowoaal ^Accidont bu*inoa3 has umley. , gone iiemftrkabla changes during the rtut yw**, * Premiums have boon t rerlnoejl, benrtita ic,crea»oti, nnd ..achemev including Insurance' against /lllnci*** and Duoiisest indi«Uo a great . ft<JvautfA-/)0 anything contemplated in liho early, years of:th* baaintjea. Eft^xal agent-H. tfolding, . "i&Iercury B#flice. gfcOKDON DIRECTORY , (Published Annually) j&Goablw'itrader* .f through out tho World'to ,. communicate direct with Eugliah ^MANUFACTORBRS AND DEALERS L:n each claaaof Hoods. Besides being a com-* Jpleto coinmcrciftl'guide. to London and its ^oWfbu, tho directory contains lisU of EXPORT MERCHANTS vwithitb&JQoods they ship, and thoCo...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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LANCEFIELD RAILWAY. MELBOURNE TO LANCRFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 1 May 1914

LANCEFIELD RAILWAY. I MEWIOORNE TO LANCRFIELU.' A.M. Afelbouriro ... ... ...dep. 6.40 l-anccflold Junction arr.8.14 dep. 8.55 .BblinA. ... § § Monegefcfca § § fc^orth Monegefcta ftomsoy ... f;, 10.10 Lancefiold v. .... drr. 10^25 .'.-A..;:., . , ? P.H. Melbourne. ... . dap 5 42 ;ijapcefleld ^anctioB-'arr 7.10 £op IAS . ]RbniBf»y.^r-W^ '...:: .. ^>: .. 8 2. Lancefield ' "".I." . arr ,.8il5 On SafcurdayH, this train leaves Melbourne at 6.30 and roaches Lance* field at 93 p.m. . LANCBSIELD TO MELBOURNE. . A.M. LanceBeld ... dep. 7.40 .Rorasey . ...7,55 i LanuefielS -Junction arr 8.24, dep 8.41 Melbourne... ... ...9.45 Iiftncefiold ... Romsey ... . ... Lancefield-Junction Melbourne ?... ... I'M. ... d$p.5.0 5.25 arr.-6.Tl ...arr. 7.27 'Digtnnco from Lancoflold to Melbourne, 45} miles Height of-Iiaucofield above the sea level, lSGlfoot, LANCZVIRLD RAILWAY. Fares.-Lftnccfield'to* Molbnurne--{ordin ary fares)-1st class : Bin^ie 7«, return Us; 2nd : single 4s 3d, roturu 7a Gd. HoMay excu...

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POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Where the term "The Commonwealth" is used in connection with these rates and regulations it includes Papua, Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Island.] LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 1 May 1914

I-OSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Wbcro the term "The Common wealth" is used iu connection with these rates o-nd regulations it .includes Pupiui, Lord Howo lalanil, and -Norfolk Island, j UfiTTlSltS. Ivor ev\ary ,kj ounce or faction thereo'f. for delivery within ths Common wealth 0 1 '.'or delivery 'in *he British' Em pire^ 01 1 'or delivory iin <the New Hebrides, Banks, and Torres Islands ... 0 '2 ' r delivery .in other places <0 2J t JL»ETTER CAJIDS. or delivex:y within tho Gotrimomvealth: Single, Id. each.; repljt, Id. oach <half. j . or delivery in the British. Empire .(«ou 1 list of places under "Letters ^-^Sin- ! ^ gle. >d. .eao.ri.v "" i b'or.'Gelivery in New Hebrides. ^Batiks, j ' and Torres Islands-Single,-2d. each.: For -delivery, dn .other :plaoes Sinrde., 2jdr6ach. « POST CARDS. Single Postcards impressed -.with '-tho' .Id. stamp, and Reply or doublo carde, 'each-hall of which has-the -Id. ^stamp, .impressed Uvereon, may bo transmitted .«...

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Lancefield Shire Council. Friday April 24. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 1 May 1914

Lancefield Shire Council. Friday April 24. Present.Cm. Harley (president), Foy, Mcintosh, MoKlhinney, John* i ston, Waddell and Hemphill, Perfnfcmoft had been grnnled to fbo Church of England to hold their Sun ! day school picnic in tho Park on the 16th. The Horosey coonoil wrote that nt tho conference regarding the appoint^ ment of a joint Engineer for Romney, Lnuce6eld and Springfield 0 motion was carried (hot it wan desirable to have nn Kngiucer for the three Hhirea, and that it. be a recommendation to the councils that ho ro<!eivo £30 re taining fee, to bo paid by tho sh $ s pro rata, and 5 per .cent on contract*, mid per cent on contracta not carried out for which ho propared spcui6cations-; tho Engineer to bo avowed private practice. The 8eoret#ry said he had no word from Spripgfield as to what that council decided, They (Springfield) wore inclined to favor a fixed salary. It remained with tho council to say if they preferred a fixed nalary or a retaining fee. Rowee...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Rifle Shooting. LANCEFIELD CLUB'S PROGRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 1 May 1914

Rifle Shooting. LANCEFIELD Cl.Un'S PR08EBSS. ' The annual meeting of the Lance field Rille Club was held at the Mechanics' Institute on Wednesday evening. The veteran captain (Mr Mark Foy) presided. The balance sheet presented by the \ecre<aO" (Mr J. McElhinney) showed:-Balance in hand from last year, £g 17s 4d; subscriptions' 7s 6d ; efficiency allowance, £5 5s; total, -£15 9s lod. Expenses, is 4-d ; leav ing- a credit balance of ^15 rs 6d, including £1 for a trophy. Thero is also ,?£. 1 Xsb 6d in Land for spoons, rhu Captain said it was very creditable that 100 per cent of the members fired their musketry, and they got the grant of 5s a member During the year several matches had been fired, and spoon competitions. On the motion of Mr H, Pockling ton, seconded by Mr Foy, Mr McEl bmney was elected captain. Mr H. Golding »as elected secre tary. Mr S T, Derrick re-elected treasurer, and Mr John Derrick auditor. | The committee appointed were I Messrs P. Minogue, H. Pockling...

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The Defence Act. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 1 May 1914

The Defence Act. The indefatigable "Freedom'" ' League folk-write again, this time* re the Political Labor Councils motion that members of the citizen forces should be custodians of their .arms and equipment. The League suggests the Govern meat ;shouldmake enquiries as-to the' -chances of this country being at-! .tacked, and "make an estimate of. the time that would be required :by any nation to mobolise its forces to reach our shores, and .make arrangements accordingly." What sort of use the leaguers and .the shirkers they sympathise with would be,- when they were hur riedly 'gathered together at the .last moment, can be left to the imagination. The sort of enquiry :agents who would let us know in the last nick of time when to pre pare for trouble is not bred yet. Nations going to make trouble don't indulge nowadays in much .preliminary pub-pug talk as to ;their intentions, For Chronic Cbe-»t. Cotnplainta, Woods' Great Peppermint Core, "Is 6d. I Among the holiday visitors to Lancef...

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St. Mary's Dances. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 1 May 1914

?" . Bt. Mary's Dances. ' Devotees of the Terpsi choreas -; art turned up in large numbers to; make the first of this season's dances in aid of St. Mary's school fund a success. The dance was held in the schoolroom on Monday! evening, and was preceded by a. euchre tournament, in which the lady's prize was won by Miss Ryan, and the gentleman's ;prize ' by Mr J. Connors. The music -for the dancing was provided by Miss Woods and Miss Russell (piano), and Mr Douglas (flute). Mr J. McElhinney acted as M.C. The second dance will be advertised shortly. Woods'-Great Pepporramfc.Cure, For Coughs and Colds,lacver.fails^la.Cd,

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Tennis. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 1 May 1914

Tennis. On Saturday a team from the San* bury TcDinB>Cttib.p&id a return -visit to 'Laocefioid and .played & series of .sets wbich included geutlemon's, ladies', £.nd raised doubles. ' The visiting team were entertained at dinaer-pn the courts, -Besulte.;~ .Gentlemen's Doubles. McLean and Goller beat R. (Clarke und Dr. Adey( 8-6. McLean and Goller beat 'Martin and Dr, Cattorini-6-l. .Barbour and Reiher lost to Dre. Adey andCattorini, 3-6, Heiher and Gollor beat Martin and Dr Oattorini, ^6*4. .Ladies' Doubles, Mrs-Johnston and Miss GoUorbsafc tbe Misses Lethebridne:9-8t : Mix-ed Doubles, Mies .Goller and Reiber beat'Miss. Lethebridge and Clarkoi6-4* . Miss Latta and Goller lost to -Mins Letbebridge and Dr Cattorini, 4-6. Miss-Goller and McLean beat Mies McDonald and Clarke 9-0. Mrs Johnston and Barbour lost to Miss MoDooald and Dr. Adoy, 5-6. Mrs Johnston and Barbour lost to Miss McDonald and Dr. Adey

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Grazing on Roads. (AND OTHER NU[?]ANCES). [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 1 May 1914

Grazing 011 Roads. (AND OTHER NUWANOES). At Fridays meeting of tbe Lancr field council the secretary (Mr P. ,1, McMahon) said the Inspector 0f ntfisancos would 'like definite in structions os to what was to bo done regarding a flock of sheep that was always on the road. Cr Hemphill said he oould bear the inspector out in that. He (tbe speaker) had a&ked the owner if be intended to travel ti* miles, and be .aid be would please himself. The inspector (Mr W. Edwards) was in attendance, and said the al ledged offender told bim he could please himself, and that ho cnuld go on tbe roads as ranch n» be ) ik -d. The sheep got oat and got into people's crops. Mr Madigan complained thst th»y got into bis crop. Cr Johnston : Tou bsd better aom noon them. Or Foy: It depends on the evi dence, as to whether be ia "duck shoving.** Or Mcintosh-. If he has a paddock he can defy yon* Cr Johnston said he wanted to know whether they had authority to prose on te. Tbe lospeotor said the owner put...

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CHURCH SERVICES [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 1 May 1914

HUBCH SERVICES uivtae service wui tie neia at -L»anoeneia «oi» Sunday next as follows: (jHtrKCH op ENGLAND.-Third Sunday <after Eaater-Holy Cummuuion 11 a.m., &veniiongi(choraL) 7 p.m.,; Cobaw 2.30 p.m. Ker. J. Francis. KOUAX CAI-HOLIC.- Lancefield d a .in, .and 11 a.m., METHODIST CHUBCH.-LanccSeld Ua.m. >«aud 7 p.m.-lleT, Stoue. ilouumont <Jreek. 41 a.m.- Mr Johns. Kewharn 3 p.m. andi p.m.-Mr 3ohus, Goldie 3 p.m.-Kev,! .Stone. PIIBSBYTEBUN CHURCH.- Lancefield 11 <a.m. \ Spriugtiuld 3 p.m.-The Minister. --Boehtord 7 p.m.-The Afldiataut. . OatJHCH OK Ufll'.IBT, KAGLAK-BTREST rBible5»ohool 10 am., Communion 11 a,m." Evangeliatic Service 7 p.m, ;

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 1 May 1914

ii-J.flV " * PuVlic Notice. Bargains! . Bargains!! Bargains! I In I> RA P E IR/ Y MARK FOYS o<Fair>o -IS NOW OPEN . -Ladies, Visit Ahe Fair. MARK FOY'S IIJANCEFIELID, DRAPERY; ESTABLISHMENT. HACKING OOmjH. " For about two years my aou Eric had a nasty hacking cough/' says Mr Albert W. Coleman, " Carambi," Moncur Street. Dul wich Hill N.S,W, '' Th6u I gave hitn Chamberlain's Cough Kemedy and after a few doses noticed he had greatly improved. Before we had given hiui tko whole bottle his couiih had completely disappeared. He js n.>w strojie and well and gaining, weight jtily." ' ' Sold by »li f;boaJUit^ ajidgiLore ^wpurj. [ IT HAS NO EQUAL. 4!I had or&upiug paius iu the stomach and nothing gave me ease," a&ys Mrs A. Jones, Main Rd., Mt, Clear, Vic. " As a outnberuf 1 my customers swear by Chamberlain's Colio aud Diarrhoea Remedy 1 thought 1 would give it a tnal aud 1 got relief after (bo first noac. I think there ia nothing equal to Chamberlain's Co...

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[?]ancefield Mercu[?]. With supplement. FRIDAY, MAY 1, 1914, Empire Day. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 1 May 1914

fancefklii Ulernirg. 'With supplement. FRIDAY, MAY 1, 19H, .'Empire Say. At Friday's meeting of -the ' Lancefield Shire Council it was ..agreed, at the request of the sec : retaries (Messrs J. Derrick and. H. Cameron), to have Saturday, May 23, proclaimed a public hol iday throughout the shire, for .the ? celebration of Empire Day. r

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 1 May 1914

DEA.XEB. >, MARSHALL,-On the 26th April, ati Lance rfiald, Geaviney Norma, youognat/iaughter of ""NVilliam and Caroliue Marshall, f aged three inioutta, MCUAHOK,-On 21th April, at her reai : .dence, Diwdas-atreot, llancetield, Mary McMahon, aged 73 years. RiLP.

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THE DAIRY CHEDDAR CHEESE BACTERIOLOGY. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 8 May 1914

THE DAIRY CHUDDAR CHEESE BACTERIO LOGY. "Tha. Bacteriology . of Cheddar Cheese" is the title of Bulletin 150 of U.S. Dopartmcut of Agriculture. The investigations described were conduc ted by E; G. Hastings, of Wisconsin Experiment Station ; Alice C.Evans, of the Dairy Division ; and E. U. Hnrt, of Wisconsin^ The effort wan to throw more light upon the rolo play ed by micro-organisms in tho pre paratiops and ripening of chceee, and tho results of the investigations arc summarised as follows : From tho same raw materials various kind of chceee are prepared, which differ especially in flavour. Ths factors that dotcrmiue whether a chccso'to be prepared from a given mass of milk, repnet, and salt la to ho of one kind or another nro to he fouud in th6 methods of the checse inaker/'who iB able to vary in on* .way or another the composition «»f the choose, with tho result that run ditions are established that favour or retard the growth of tho groups of micro-organisms, which must 1»c the ...

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