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CHURCH SERVICES [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 8 May 1914

. .0 HOaCH SER.VICES - Divine service will be held at Lancefiold .on Sunday next &B follows J CHURCH OF ENOLAND.- Fourth Sunday .after Easter- Matins 11 a.m., Kvensong 7 £>.m,;Cobaw 2.30 p.m.-Rev. J, Frnocis, ROMAN CATHOLIC.-Lancefiold II a.m.f .®Oms«y t.30 a.mM Eran Flat II a.m. METHODIST CHURCH,-tancsfoid U a.m* S 7 p.m.-Rev. Stone. Monuoeat Creek 31 i.ra.-Mr Hollis. Newhum S.v>.m.-Rev,' ISt-ne. Bomiey7 p.m., Kerriei.p.m.-Mr SoUis. : PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.- Lancefio'.d 11 Uoehford 7 p.m.-The Ministor. CHURCH or CHRIST, RAGLAN-STREET £i<ile School JO a m.. Communion 11 a,m., Uraugeliatic Service 7 p-m, j

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 8 May 1914

To Advertisers NOTICE. IN consequence of Increasing Demands on our Stiff «0 have becea compelled to nmka following liegulations, which will be strictly adhered to. ALTERATION'S is Stacding Adver tisements must reach this Office BEFORE NOON on Tuesday. MARKET Reports will not be inserted in the subsequent issue i£ handed in AFT15K NOON.ou Wednesday. HERBERT GOLDING, UoKur^" Proprietor. LancSeld, 2P/1/'14, Indigestion and Headaches. HAD no DESIRE TO EAT, GCOr? HEALTH RESTORED by dr. MORSE'S iKDJAN ROOT PI LLC. 'Seeing on:- of yojir pamphlets some years aso," writes Mrs. S. A. Tebble, of Olinda-st., Quarry Hi;i .Bendfgo, v., ."ind nt that period being c o m p Jctely run dawn, having lest ?con siderable weight, ) de cided to give .^r. Morse's > Indian Root Pills a trial to v hidigp.s " , _,,, . ! suffer ? T'"'- ed much win ,fln ' Plat ulenc. uua Sick Headaches ana nad tittle o no desire to eat Tl.es.j symptonj soon vanished under it course -of Dr Morao's Indian Root. Pills. My-discs ...

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Court Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 8 May 1914

Court Fixtures. The following are fche Police Magis trate's days ot' attendance at the oout ts ot this part of the Castleroaine District :? Lancefield-Wednesdays, 11 a.m. January 21, February 18, March IS .April Iff, May 20, June 17 Komaey- Wednesday*, 2.30 p.m. on flume dates aa LmttceHeid. YVoodend-Mondays, 8 p m, Jan uary 12 and 2G ; February 9 and 23; March 9 aod 23 April ; 27 , May 11 and 25, nod June 22 Kynefon-Tue^daya, 10 a.m. Jan uary 6, ltf, nod 27 ; February 3, 10, and 24, Match .3, 10, 24, and 31 ; April 7 and 2S ; May 5, 12, and 26 ; and June 2, 9, 23, and 30. Licensing Courts will be held aR fallows s -?? LftttccfiolW lot (held at Rom>ey)-January 21, February 18, March 18, April 15, May 20, and June 17. Kyneton-January 6, February 3, March 3, April 7, Slay 5, and June

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CHAPTER XXVII. THE MESSAGE IN THE NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 8 May 1914

CHAPTER XXVII. THE MESSAGE IN THE NIGHT. Prom n troubled dream of far-off England, in which things real and unreal were strangely jumbled to gether, Dick was suddenly wakened by ft.J?entle shako and by the sound, of his own name softly pronounced. He sat up in bed, half persuaded that what' he had felt and heard be-* longed to Ms dreams. But he was* quickly undeceived. By the moonlight that streamed through the window' he saw the figure of a man standing over him-a man whose features were ln^ too deep shadow for recognition.^ "Is it you, Volborth.?" be asked)' jumping to the conclusion that his visitor was the Russian. "What's wrong ?" It is not Volborth/' was thfc whispered reply, "but it Js a friend. Hush ! Make no noise. Do I address Monsieur Valentine?" "Yes, that's right," said Dick. He observed that tho stranger was a' mere lad, and that he spoke with a foreign accent. "Who are you ? What do you want ?" he added. "I want" you, monsieur. You must come with me. It .is for the sa...

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(All Rights Reserved.) THE Secret Island. A Story of a Strange and Exciting Adventure. PART. 10. CHAPTER XXVI. SHATTERED HOPES. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 8 May 1914

(All Rights Roserrod.) -JTHB. r Secret Island. A Story of a Strange and Exciting Adventure. By W. Murray Grnydon, Author of 'Matthew Quin," "Tho Ouroo of tho OarilewB," etc., etc. PART. 10. CHAPTER XXVI. SHATTICIIED HOPES. A silence fell on tho two, ami thus they stood for a brief spaco in tho moonlit, scented garden, their eyes downcast, their ears deaf to the mur mur of the sea and tho cchocs of dis tant revelry. Speech would not come to Dick. Ho was thinking of the poor girl's words, and to himself he ad mitted that they wero partly true. He had been carried away by en thusiasm and hopfl, but now he was f."ce to faco with sound reasoning. There might be no secret exit - no Bteam-launcli. And oven if ho found thorn, and within five weeks, a thou sand things mieht. happen to prevent '.scape from £he island. . .... " M&ry, I will he frank with you/*" >iM. "You aro right; it is more fh'in doubtful if.-1 enn discover this hidden passage out of thn, lagoon. But I can still b...

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Obituary. MRS. JAMES LOCKWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 8 May 1914

Obituary. MRS. JAMES LOCKWOOD. Last Saturday evening a pioneer resident of the district, in Mrs Lock- wood, of "The Orchard," Kilmore road, passed away, in her 83rd year. The deceased was the relict of the late Mr James Lockwood, who pre- deceased her by about ten years. She had resided in the district for about 50 years. About four years ago her life was dispaired of, and her rela- tives were summoned to her bedside, but she regained reasonably good   health, which she continued to enjoy, except for occasional bad turns, until within a few days of her death. For her age she was remarkably active, and was about as usual until very shortly before her death ; being conscious to the last. She leaves seven sons, Messrs Henry, William, Arthur and Edward Lockwood (on the Goulburn) ; Messrs Frank and George Lockwood (Gippsland), Mr Charles Lockwood (Melbourne), and Mr Thomas Lock- wood, of Lancefield. She leaves a large number of grandchildren and great grandchildren. A brothe...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 8 May 1914

'.THANKS. -R.-W. MURPHT and FAMILY de m .sire to express their sincere thanks to Rev. Fr, MoHugb. and Dr. Finoiss, for thoir attention, and their many kind friende for their ktndnoss and sympathy in their-re-' .cent pud bereavement. LOCKWOOD.-At her son's residence "The Orchard," Lancefield, Barbara, the beloved wife of the late James Lockwood, Lance- field, and mother of Henry, Thomas, George, William, Frank, Edward, Charles and Ar- thur; also sister of Elliott Eamshaw, Eng- land, in her 83rd year. A colonist of 62 years. Interred Lancefield Cemetry. Hiddlbstok.-On the 30th April, John Charles Evnus Riddleaton, of 9 Fiulay etreef, Albort Park, )at« of Rochford, Gen eral PoatOffice, and Sundridg* Marine Lodge of Freemasons, beloved husband of Sophia Mhia (nee Moritz),and loved father of Cyril John, aged 46 year?. - SnEEHAJT.-On tho let May, at Romsoy, Margaret Theresa, the beloved daughter of John and Margaret Shecban (accidentally drowned). B.I.P. DEATHS.

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ONLY A SPOT. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 15 May 1914

ONLY ft SPOT. f Before Prince Bismnrk reconstruct ed the "map of Europe and made* united Germany, a d+zen little prim rip&Hties used to anaoy travellon :>y utoppiog them -at their fron tiers until they had satisfied the Custom House'demands. A Yankee once had hta carriage stopped at the frontier -of a {>ett-y prince'-fl country. Tho Herr 'Ober Controller a-t the Custom House cnnic forward, find, much to his in dlgnntion, was received in a non chalant way. The "Yankee t?as ungentlemanly enough -ntft to get out of his carriage or oven to take off his vhat. The Herr Ober sharp* ty demanded the keys of the'tour ist's trunk's, which his subordinate began handling Toughly. ".Here, ?hancfti off'f" shouted the Ynnkoc. "I didn't 'como from the United States 'of America to be con trolled by you. Ptit thoso trunks back. I'll not go through you at all* I'll turn back* Tm In no hurry, and don't taro "for losing 'a day. You're no country-you're only n spot. .I'll go round "you." Awl...

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Pyalong Races. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 15 May 1914

I Pvakma: itaees. TlmrwUy, 7th iiwt., tho'Pjnlonp ng With htilrl it* Winter meeting tmoi'twfuHy, mid in pieaVaut ;her. 'I'Iih president (Mr Rich. ) unteH NS'jutlije, and the secre (Mr Geo. ?!'. Turin) hurt all uKrmtMipi* complete, no thut uvery e |i»»»ed nff ?snmotbly. jj. Red i mde fimr wimierH. Tbu rnoins ke«n nini ? i u ftMrrttiriir, and 'ihu rs» in pt'rFt'cf. urHt'r-j--Remiltn tinl [imidicxp, 10 MJVS., -"5 fur t>, neamH hnrnu 2 BOTH, uut nf e-1), Morrinsey's AnChnraee, 7.6 Kftlfern) ], K. Lfid^orwoodV Soli) ?<t2, P. O'Connor's 'Footbeat, 3. uUh, School 'Girl, Thunderhell Muter Ju not also started, Won i lruRili, a neolc separating-second third, Tims -seo. Belt -5 to !1 ajfut Ancborsga, -2 to 'I that mid Solo Wbint. ' Wimp'Pony Raoe, '10 -flnvs TM.2 4 (utloriKN, Heoond ponyS-aovs., of make-J. D, -Lewis's tfjinle'Lad Wfcrn) '1, W. 'Wilson's fljittlo i 2 Mrs W. Evan's Myola '3. rafale, Lady Irene, "Silver-thread, r Ohoica and sRoyal®id silso started, in by 'two 'lengt...

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Springfield Shire Council. Friday, May 8. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 15 May 1914

Shire Council; I Friday. May 8, IKcn{; Ore. Clemonte. MoDon'hlil, 'g,» McGregor', John and Jon. «Jori flnndmsri and Shanabah, T (boRR®SPOND®NCH. .pr(,mBbiro-of Newham and Wood ,) .conveying the following re-, ,i'(;on:;_'PhBt this -oouuoiL, believ-' tl«t 'tho powers vested in the Kimtry Board by virtue of i i 'Country 'Road iBoard Act are o«ng detrimental to tho principles . i intere»f« of local^ovornroant, in npioion thak a 'Donferonoe of; mlrj monioipalltieaflhould be-con-/ ned to dtsatiss the -matter,-St <whr ? c;ded fotatce no action. ' | jijia Fdb'io Works department nil that owing to tie heavy do. ,r,d it *ould by some time before' i targe quantity of1 pontridger netting 0|d bo Krailat'la. There .ijds a iDlily of English " A " grade, erst,, <2 x. V7 * 1J, supplies of i ioh ooald bo made available, at J pet mile 'lis .'Public Health Department. « ntlontion to the danger of <oon linatian of pies, cakep, etc,, ex >d on shop-counters nod oattide ...

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Coursing. Lancefield Trial Stakes. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 15 May 1914

Coursing, Lancofiold Trial Stakes. jit. a meeting of tba, Lanaefield Coursing Glob to arrange for tbe May run, Mr M* Maber (president) pre sided over a good attendance, Tbo seoretary (Mr P. MiDogae) oaid bo bad written to tbe secretary of tho National Conraing Club enclosing tba registration fee and asking for May 21, June 18, July 16, Angnst 20, and September 10. as the dates for the club's meeting, As Kynoton woo Id clash with tbe May meeting be had agreed to holding the first meeting on May 27th. Kilmore was holding a meeting on June 20tb, bat that would not clash with Lancefield'a meet ing, The Secretary's aotion was endorsed. Tbe Secretary said he wrote to Mr Ctuny and asked if he wonld come and judge, bat had had no reply. Hs knew lie had refused Romsey, bat aiiked bim not to refuse them. Mr A, G, Lotus movod, and Mr T. Griffin seconded, that it, be left in tbe bands of the Secretary to arrange for a judge-Carried, all the members agreeing that Mr Cluny wbb a most excellent ju...

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Pattern for Handsome Evening Gown. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 15 May 1914

rattern for Handsome Evening Gown. No later evening gown could be secured than this, It may be mode up in any rich material, according to the taste of the wearer. It represents " llverylddj's Jour nal Pattern No. 177-out in small, medium, and large sizes, Thia pattern may be bought for nine pence from local pattern agent, or will be Hent, pout freo, to any address ifnine~ pence in stamps in sent to Dent. "A." " liverylady's Journal," 376 Swannton otreet, Melbourne. State number lot pattern and size required. Jf a pon ny arimp ie sent to above address, a 48-page catalogue will be Hent any reader who writeat " Semi free catalogue,"

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WHY YOUR STOMACH HURTS. A DOCTOR'S COMMON-SKNSE ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 15 May 1914

WHY TOUR STOMACH. HURTS. A DOCTOR'S COMMON-SKNSB ADVICE. Pain in the stomach, variously oalled indigestion, dyspepsia, flatulence, heartburn, Btoraaoli ache, eto., ib usually attributed to some unatural, abnormal or diseased condition of the stomach itself. Nothing, however, could' be further from tbo truth, Nineteoo. timoB out of twonty tho atomnch is absolutely healthy and normal, tho pain and discomfort be ing ontirely due to tbo acidity and fermentation of food which irritates and distends tho stomach ; although if this condition is allowed to run on, in tima tho constant irritation of tho acid is likely to eat into the stomach walls and produoe ulcers and some times cancer of the stomach. Medi cine is useless in such a case. The acid and fermenting food must be removed by a stomach pump or an emetic, or you must neutralise the acid and stop the fermentation by taking half-a-teaspoonful of bisurated raaanesia in a little water. This latter is by far the simpler and safer method....

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LANCEFIELD RAILWAY. MELBOURNE TO LANCEFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 15 May 1914

LANCEJTIEL1) RAILWAY. I MKLU'OUUHS TO LANCE?IELD. ' Melbourne ... .... . t"dcp. 6.40 Lancofiold Junction arr. 8.14-tfep.' 8.55 Bolinda > »,, ,§ § Monegcfcfca ; § N"ortb Moriogofcta . ;.i §r § ftomsoy ... / ... 10.10 Lfvnot'Gold. ... am 10.25 . :;r. A'. ' ,v. .'?."P.M. Melbourne.' * ... . > (2«p'*5.4i2 Lanceliflld Junction arr7-.lO'dep 7-.18 Roi'.jbpy....* .... 8'*?;" Luncefield J,, ... arr "&1S' On Saturdays, this train leaven Melbourne at 6.30 and reaches Lance field at 93 p»m; IiANCKFlBLD TO M'ELBODRNE. ' A..M. Lancefield... ... dep. 7.40 Romany ... ... ...7,55 Xianoefield Junctiou arr£.24; dep 8.41 Melbourne... . ...9.45 ' V. : PMl _ Lancefield ... dep.5.6: . Romsey ... . 5.25 Lancc.field Junction arr. 6.11* " . "Melbourne ... ...arr; 7.27 Distance from Lancofield.to Molboumo, ,45$ uulue ; . . I * Height ofLanccfiold above tho sea lovol, | lplil foet.\ " . % . ! LANcmw.D RAILWAY. I ; Faros.-'Laiiculield lo.Moibfmrnc-(ordin j ury fares)-1st class: ^iiiglo 7s, return ...

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Rifle Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 15 May 1914

Rifle Shooting. The Lancefield Rifle.Club is ffoing ahead, hr it should. La-fc Saturday the 17 or 18 marksmen who were "down" / included several now members. Musketry WAR pot in, and a silver spoon was then shot for. When four mure spooiis have been .'shot" a Rmoke night i9 to be held, and the hall-marked goodn handed over. On Saturday four riflemen tied for the spoon-~G. Tully, Alex. John ston, J. McElhinney and P. Minogue; testifying to good handicapping Counting back, Mr Johnston secured the spoon with his scora of 26 off the /ifle. To-morrow shotting for the set. of carvers given by Mr W. H. Proaser will begin. Tbo ranges will be 200, 300, 500 and 800 yards. Only paid Qp members will bo eligible to Compere, and though the range will he open for the trophy the next three I Saturdays, competitors mast fire on two days to get through. The Cap* tain, Messrs Alex. Johnston uud Goo. Hobbs are fbe handicappers. Satur day week being Empire Day, the cab will run down in the morning for t...

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THE DISTRICT COURTS (1911). [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 15 May 1914

I THE DISTRICT COUKTS . s (1911). Tho Police Magistrate (Mr A. Barlow) attends tbu following courts, on Iho-days specified. : . PETTY SESSIONS, i Casjloinainc-Kvery KYiday.. at lOa.m i except fourth .FridaySt! month. \ . j ; Kynoton---Kvory Tuesday, at 10 a.m.,: j"6xco|)t third Tuesday in mouth. . ; , . . Dayletiford--Every Wednesday..at.10 a.m. except third Wedueuday in th« month;. .» Maldon-First and third Mondays in tho - month; ftt 11.30 a.m.; \ . . Troiitlmm-First,and thirdThursdayanw month,"1 ut lO.30 n.m. . s- - i i-i; Wcodeud-j-Beetmdwnd fourth Mondays ur month at 3 p.m.***. " ' -V |v.V Chewt»n-i-I?i«'8fc'.lj,riflfty in tiiontli ar3Tttm:f I: \.Tai7ulal6~lfrrati Tuesday''iir monthvat'S* ' If ryeratown-">oo««n<l Satur »»*'m»»»»th ill 10 a in, Maltnshury-I n.. uujntli.'jttv 2,45 p.m. -*K*. ? Hunbury-Fourth Friday u:. tnDuth > at' . 2 pm. . RlftoUwood-Soaond lhurtulaj , PI month; at 10 i.m . Gishoruo-Fourth, thuradny in month at ' 10 > m . :. Glunlvon-I'jwt W...

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Aggranoyed. (Mr Geo. I. Tune, from Pyalong, has taken over Mr W. H. Prosser's Lancefield blacksmithing and wheelwright's business.—" Mercury' news item). [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 15 May 1914

Aggranoyed. (Mr Geo. I. Tune, from Pyalong, has taken over Mr \V. H. Prosser's Lancefield blacksmithing and wheel wright's business.-" Mercury' news item). This is ho\r an. erstwhile valued subscriber and advertiser cuts him self adrift : Take Notice, (TTop \) Good man of type, your worth i;know. It hurts me much to deal this blow ! Your paper hencefourth you oan stove {In iht waitt papt* baafteW) My &<Is. as well 1 now take out {large wn pi) For you have been the siily lout What's stirred himself, without a doubt* For no good reamm. (Hard luck J), Your eyes are full of humorous fun, They're like small holes cut iti the sua, > But even so, you've had your run Wi h me (poor beggar I) You've called the piper and his TUNE, nut did not think you'd pay bo soon ! Your Wit and humour frnm tbo moon - You've taken I- (WVra loony). Some play with fire till I hey do. burn No other way for throj to learn Then often cry, ami some times uiourn Their losses (Eh I what 7) Ales...

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LAW RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 15 May 1914

LAW RELATING NEWSPAPERS. 1. Subscribers who do not.give ox* press notic the contrary oro considered is wishing to CONTINUE their subscrip* lion. .2, If subscribero. ordor tho discont* inuanco of tlieir periodicals, tho .publisher may continue to aend thorn | until Ahukak!} are-paid.' 3. ' If subscriber rofuse or noglcct to . tnko periodicals fr-bm the offico to which :t}joy aro directed, thoy uro. lltJ5i'0:»sni|'.E' id'nttl .thoy.^havo; settled tlioir bills," and orjior^d the.-.'the. periodicals-to .'bo '<&».. "contUiuod. .~:;J '4. If' snliscribera ^'*?Gmbvo to' oilier places without informing the publishers, and the papers aro sont to their former .direction, the subscribers aro responsible, 5, The courts have decided thai "rofusing to take periodicals from tho office or removing* or leaving them un called for is prima facia evidenco of in tentional FkauD. 6. K subscribers pay in advance for a -noriodical, .they are bound to give KOTJUE to the publisher, at tho e...

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The Darraweit Bridge. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 15 May 1914

The Darraweit Bridge. Ac the meeting of the Springfield connoll on Fridny a letter was received from the Reinforced Conorete end Monier Pipe Co. that their works manager woufsl try to bo present, at the inspection of the bridge built by the company over the Deep Creek at 'Dsrraweit. Or. Clement (president) mid Mr Fugan was in the district with a trac tion cngino and he hid arranged for u test the following Monday at 2 p.m. The charge would be £10. The President's action waH endor sed, and it was decided to tnko out a cover note for insurance againtn ao oidont, John Stewart, olork of works, wrote re the Secretary's letter of 22nd nit. that he had no instructions to report to tboir council when his position was aonaptcd. He was asked by the engincor in ohargo of the work to report to him on the progress of the work, which ho seemod to accept an satisfactory, so any fur ther report from hiro would bo on necessary. The Public WorkB Department wrote in reply lo the Secretary's letter of ...

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POSTAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 15 May 1914

POSTAL INFORMATION. Mails are despatched from tho Poet ' OfHco, Laneefiuld; as f"»Hovr.s .-D.dly Ubrnsey and Molbonrno (Sundays excepted) -mail cloaca at 7 a.m. and at 4.30 p.m. . For Kmu Flat, tvn Tuesdays nnd Fridays, clones at Itochford, Nuwhnra and' Woodend, duily, jloaca at 2.15 p.m; Kilmoro on Monday. Wednesday and Friday, and for Spriiigiieiu ?u same days,, closes 2.o0 p.m Tire IjiuicelioM Post Officc is closed dailv at (I p.m. J On Saturday nights the office opens,for dolivery of lottors at 9.30 p.m.; on other nights at 8.30. ..

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