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

Football. The Woodend, Sunbury, Gis-i borne, and Riddell football clubs; are forming an association for this season. A delegates' meet-j ing was held last Friday at Gis bourne. Lancefield was not ap prised of the meeting until too late to send delegates, but the hon. secretary (Mr. H. V. Goller) wired that the Lancefield club was willing to join the association. On Saturday a letter was received from the secretary of the Wood end club to the effect that their delegates fought tooth and nail for Lancefield's inclusion, but Sunbury and Riddell were against it, and Lancefield was ex cluded on a casting vote. It was considered by the opponenents of Lancefield's inclusion that this town was too isolated and too difficult of access. Lancefield's secretary wrote some days ago to the secretary of the Romsey club regarding the formation of a district association or the ar ranging of inter-town matches, but has so far not received a reply. In the meantime the season is advancing, and the fine...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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SHIRE INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 15 May 1914

SHIRE 1NK0BMAT10N. Lancnficld shire.-Area, 38 sq. milfl® Population of shim, 1202. Number of dwellings, 2G2. ilumscy shire.-Area. 8D sq. miles, - Popo- .. Intion of shire 11)00. Number of dwellings, 420. Springfield shire.-Area, 111 sq. roll <m . rojiiilation of shire, 706. Number of dwellings, 114. Fyalong shire-Area, 220 sq. miles. Population of shire, 1200. Number dwellings, ,'180. * Nnwhnm-Woodund uhiro,'-Aroa, 100 q. .nvite«v -. Populutou, 2100, - Dumber .. of-. chvicllinge^ 4 2. .

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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LOCAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 15 May 1914

I LOCAL INFORMATION. Lnnosfleld Shire Council.-Meetings hold on last Friday in every month. Conn cillors: MoBsre J. Waddell, M. Foy, A.£Toh»fiton, W. M'Intosh, J. M'Elhin ney, J.Hfltley, ft, F, Blackctt, R, Hemphill, and It. Graham. Acting Secretary. Mr P. J. McMahon, . Health officer, Dr Finnis Dairy inspector, .Mr MoKunno. . Pound keoper, Mr J. Watorland, . Inspector of nuisances, Mr W. E.lwards. ' l^anceftold Watcrwotko Trust.-Com missioners meet-last Friday in-evevy month, : Acting Secretary Mr P.-J. Motoahon'. . Lauoafiold Horticultural- Society. | The oommitteo hold their meetings on «the Mond&y on or before the-full, moon, goo., Ttfr J. Waterl and.' . .r; '. . . Lancefold MoohnnicS' Institute.-The oommitteo meet eecohd 'Friday 10 oaoh -month. Hon. secretary, Mr J, Bewick; librarian^ Mr John Waterland. Lanoetteld Rifle Club.-Cnptaio, Mr M. . Foy ; seorotary, Mr M'Ethinoey, Laocofleld Brass Baud.-Pructico {hold ^weekly. 'Bandmastor, Air A. O'Callaghan secretary, Mr A. W...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 15 May 1914

ondon & Lancashire pire Insurance Co. liuii, of PEReoNAL ACCIDENT aoKNESe'^LKH®8 iMuod. the aboro ]tby!Cwp°mii°D a Workm&n'a Insnracco 'fire Xasraaaoe. ?rit, (or p»rti»ta»r», etc; mranci 6ersoo*l jAcoiddt hujittots hiamnaer.! tone lemukubls ch»uge» rtoriog tho Jut fawycsr". 'Premioma have boeiji (adacod, ,iccetteed, and new] tchem", including InBOronce «g»inct sflnewM and Dueuei, iodirata .& great iivanoo oo aaytiinR cont«mplated ic, Sfce etfly yeataof th« baiiness, " § agent-H. Ooldfng, " Morality ' ORE (HDON directory !(pabl!«he3 Annoalljt) ;« traders throughout the World Uy cotnmuoicato direct with English tfUFAOTOHSBS ASB ;BEAI>ERS : b cIms of qood«, Besides being a com.. commcrcUI gufdo to London, and itB the directory oootaina lists Of, .| ? EXPORT MERCHANTS £e Goodfl they ship, and the Colom ?or«ign Markets they supply; STEAMSHIP LINES ged coder tbo Ports to which they aaij, idic&tiog the approximate Sailings; EW1NCUL TR4B£}N0HCES ling Waoaf...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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CLOSE SKASON FOR GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 15 May 1914

. CLOSE SKASON KOF* GAME; - The . Whnlo Yonr.-Laughing.i/wkflssTT omu,;ljaugifcr<ji)- fgrey f*ifiirf^roiO,1'lyni-bmifl,-f ; n»tivi' , tears,;.-*' - own, - . Bivallow., niO|j()kefl.. (>l;ltVpllH« vto. ' From 14th.(iiiv ot Juno to the 20th -clay of Docfiiiber jo onchyeitr.-lMi>ok> rwhii, wild ^04'KU. o »1I:Uuk1h.. . V From. 1st i1»»\ of /viiuust m onoh j«'nr to thc ]nat <|p.y of Ftilnuary. following.-Quail, br<inxo-wiH(»ij(l or<illierwilllpii;ioijH: on*Jjqr to the >-15tli'" TJecotuhtr/in y«. »if*/r~HIi*'cU' 4isli I /;Fr«»m JaViliiV «i Mtt-y-'M st day AUv'iiet io eneb vf.:uv-Iront '? .: . ?.£' Ifi it.'fv ; !n|r Jul v.f.o J If)! ti"-Oiitobti'r in >ach; :^6iiU» ruy, M;ntUV:t-«:sw: /

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[?] 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 — 15 May 1914

NATES AND REGULATIONS [WJiero tho lerai "Tho Common wealth" is used in connection with tliesi rates and regulations it includes I'apun Lord Howo Island, and Norfolk Island. ' LJSTTKittJ. 1 °pireel'Very ^ Briti»'h'ii:m. ° 1 .j deliwiV in'thiNwaVbride.; ° 1 , t*aJlks, ajid lorros Islands ..0 2 i /qeuvery-in other places .. 0 2k ? . ,. CARDS. I JSiiml(>V#i'3r wlt¥." Ul® Couunonwonltb':' ! WJ?» GWJJi'J reply, )d. baciiihalf ' °ist6ifTniy Kmuiro (BOO (- sk ldPlS ' !''°4a te' 7VNT Hebridoa. Banfca, V/i i T Manda-Smglo, id. each O- , POSTCARDS. ld »fj?nn t<^r,ti ',mPra»Eod W'«i tho nih lfTcP' r . .ii,0p'-y or double cardi, Q^a half of wluoh has tile Id flfcanm impretaed rtfioreon, may bo traiiamifrteS to pl«*a vithin the Co.Lon*T|th"S -r^H^80,. pJact\. enumerated undflr Letters, _ to which loiters aiav l?o trails,mttoa at the rote of Id. per jo/ lhese cards may also bo forwarded te t dun those mention*! KT"1? that ;1" «traV. L'-di a,m?e<1 l<> 6«oh aii...

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Naughty! [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 15 May 1914

Naughty I 1 A certain blue-blooded family, in whoso household ' there had been omcthing in tho^ way of li strike, were a short time ago.perturbed to I receive tin intimation, : at a. Very, short notice, that they were to re ! ceive a visit- from some* most dis tinguished people whowe acquaint ance they had long sought. Willi I great v.pluclitness, two of the* three | pretty, daughters of the house turn jed to and cooked the luncheon, and j the third, disguised in a cap and aprou, posed . as parlour-wuld. Weeks after, at-. a**Ainetion in town, both families met, and the head of the distinguished branch expressed to the third sister his regret that she had-not been at homo on;the occasion of bin visit, - "Alt ! 'but J was ill home/-' the little' roifuo admitted. Vlt'was I who smacked your foco when you tried to kiss me behind the hall lour!" , A . A commercial man wns rash enough to make n'tclephano call when exceedingly short of time, and found when he spoke ho had been put on to the...

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A Joint Engineer [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 15 May 1914

A Joint Engineer As reported in oar l«Bt ins tie, Horn sey and Lancefield councils agreed to tho recommendation of the conference held at Ramsey that an Engineer (resident for preference) be adver tised for, for the shires of Romsey, Springfield ard Lancefield, at a re* taining fee of £30 (payable pro rata) with 5 per cent commission on con tracts, and 2J per cunt commission oo contracts not jet for which the En gineer drew up plans and specifica tions* At the April meeting of the Spring field oonncil its delegates were praoti* oally instructed to support at auy farther conforonce the payment of a fixed salary to ao engineer as far as Springfield was concomed. This complicated matters. Springfield cannot afford to pay-an independent engineer, and any duly qualified en gineer putting in for the job wonld want to know if he were likely to get Springfield's work. What idea the recalcitrant members of the Spring field council had in their minds when they rejected the decision of the nin...

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

I Strange Honeymoon#. I --dfc-~ Surely one of the atr/ingest was that o* ftQ Amoric&n couple who, in Juno c* last yoar, aot out from Now Vork Harbour on a honey moon trip to tho Bermuda Islands In a tiny "eocklcahull" boat somo 12ft. long by 8ft. broad.. No less thrilling n honeymoon ex perience wqs that of a Sir. and Mrs. Edbar, who wero married in Peking in tho Legation chnppl, on Hie day preceding that on ulilch tho Boxer riots broko out, und who, perforce, had to spoud tho first few weeks of their married llfo prison ers in tho invostod city, witnessing many of tho horrors of the rebellion, and going in dally fear of assassi nation. Another couple on tho Continent, immediately after tho marriage knot was tied, started off by balloon for England. Leaving Paris at four o'clock in the afternoon, thoy man aged to»land unfely on this sldo of tho Channel tho following morning, after a somewhat exciting Utno among tho clouds. Then an ad venturous pair of Swiss lovers, both koou...

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MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. Melbourne, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 15 May 1914

MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. I Melbourne, Tuesday. The Qippsland find Northern Cooperative Selling Co. Ltd. report as follows Wheat-This is firm at 3a 9d0} for ta.q. ; medium Si fld to Si 7id, ; Oats-Milling, U 10|d ; bettfeedt U9|a medium. Is 7d to la fid. Barley-With the exception of a few sales of choice quntityi there is nothing at all doing in this lin«. Maize-Thit is again weaker, «ud at it is getting late in the season, wa cannot see no? hope of it getting better, The price is now 3a 9.1. " Potatoes-Prime Carmena are offering at £4 6s to £4 10"; choice < rnfalgats £5, BrownelU are nominally JC3 10s to j83 16s, bttt are practically unsaleable. Chaff-Prime oaten £3 2s 6d to £3 5s 2 medium and inferior lower. Ouicna-'Thew a«e much weaker, and prime are to'day worth £5 15a to £6. Adanisoo Strefctle and Co. Pty Ltd., report having held their aonoal horse Rale at their Lance6eld yards on Monday insb when fully ISO homes and ponies were submitted. A number of youo# nobroken dr...

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After Waiting 47 Years. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 15 May 1914

After Waiting 47 Years. . . 1 ^Damages -of- iJGQO fotvbroAch.. of promiso are claimed by Miss Emma Mnhnney, aged sixty-seven, from Mr. John JWolf,agori seventy-seven, a Civil War - veteran, in a suit she has brought at Paterson, New Jer sey.. "Miss Mahaney says..that the, last she suw of her", fianco was iu 1863 as he wiis< leaving for the Civil War. . She never married, believing that some day the sweetheart of her youthful (lays would return to claim her.. Three years ago. forty-soven years after her 'last meeting .with-'him, slio.H'HM overjoyed1 to receivo a letter from- Mi*. Wolf, who informed her that lie had now retired from busi ness withy a fortune. A correspond ence ensued in which the spinster alleges the vetran wooed her with all ;tho ardour which characterised hi lit before the war, a tut finally he proposed, marriage. She inado all i.,tho . preparations for tho cora moriy at great expense. When* every thing was ready All*. Wolf wroto saying that the marriage ...

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King Edward Tickled. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 15 May 1914

J King- Edward Tickled. Perhaps one of tho post amusing incidents \ylileh occurred at tho liaymarkot-tho theatre with which Mr. Cyril Mcvudu has bovn uo long associated-mis that in which tho lato King Edward and poor Wil liam Terrlwi figured. The episodo Is refated by Mr. Maude. ~ It was during tho run of. " Tho Marriage nf Convenience," tho last engagement hut one for Terriss, as it happened, nnd His Majesty, then, of course. Prince of Wales, was In UiO Royal box with Frinceps Maud of Wales. Between tho acts King Edward sent for Al>. Cyril Maude, his wife, and Terriss, being desir ous of expressing his gracious ap proval, of their efforts to amuse. jn describing tho affair, Mr. Maude confesses that he was not a little nervous, his conversational powers being at their very worst. Tilings were consequently going very stillty when Terries, in his cheery, suilor like manner, remarked, "We all Uupo Persimmon will win tho Gold Cup to-morrow, sir." "Thank you, Mr. Terriss/' replied His...

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Archduke's Impressions of Australia. FRANZ FERDINAND OF AUSTRIA. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 15 May 1914

Archduke's Impressions of Australia. FKANZ FERDINAND OF AUS TRIA. I In a recent-number o! the "i ort nightlv McvW Miss Edith Sellers t gives us a very interesting account I of the archduke. ! Some eighteen years ago Vtm« Kerdhmml made a tour of the world,* engor to learn, eager to faoo for hiuiocH the different purls of the globe, to watch the porting of foreign notions and foreign culture. Austria is for him the most beau tiful .<* all lands. the finest and the, noblest. And next to Austria-Aus tralia 1 The fact that he was treat-, ed "scandalously" at Thursday Is-1 land over * glass of heor on Sun-j day did not prevent him from liking j Australia. ".. .! We read "On Thursday Island the fact was first brought homo to j him that, Imperial Highness though ? he be, ho is no match for a Scotch woman in what concerns the keep ing of-the Sabbath. While enjoy ing the view from the balcony of an inn there, one hot Sunday even ing, ho ordered a glass of beer, whereupon the landla...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Nonsense. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 15 May 1914

[Nonsense. With all their fikite and al leged shrewdness, the Ammur kans are a race of easily amused and easily befooled kids when a man can sell this kind Of stuff at goodness knows how many dol lars a time to goodness knows how many papers. (This is rather better than the average of the Ammurkan's nonsense, and was churned out in our office with one hand, and both feet on the ground): Lif« i« oAstly froth and bubble, Especially on the baor t If you cover ntruck boiqc trouble How would you know you'r* here T We shall endeavor to say some thing either smart or silly as long as our imagination or memory holds out.

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Post Office Problems. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 15 May 1914

Post Office- Problems. f Patrick had spent many weary nights writing u long and fervent cpistlo to his latest swcctheortt When at last it was finished it mado a bulky package, the sight of which filled Patrick's soul with prido< Carefully affixing u pennystamp, he bore his precious document to tho poet-officc untf luiudcd it to the man behind the counter. He wasn't going to drop that letter in an or dinary letter-box, not he ! The clerk picked it up and put it on the scales. - '.Here/' 'lie cned, culling Patrick back, "your loiter is overweight 1M vWhat d'yo mean?" 0\cr what weight ?" . "X mean it's too heavy. You will havo to put another stump on it/'. "Oh, be quiet with y<?ur nousonse.-? said Patrick conde&ccndingly. '.'Sure if I put unother stump on, that will only* make it heavier still I" . ; " You are a regui«r» nn^er !"' ex claimed -Airs.** Snooper, when her hus-. hand refused lo give her -twenty -five shillings .she asked fojv- % - '\No, not a m...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Lancefield Mercury. With supplement. FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1914. Empire Day. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 15 May 1914

fantefielb Ulercurg. TTjfft tupplement, FRIDAY, MAY 15, 79U, Jimpiro Day. The annual celebration of Em . . pire Day is one of the niost successful fixtures of the year in lancefield- This year's pro gramme is on much the same lines as last year's. It will open -with a procession, lining up or falling in at I p.m., and prizes will be given for fancy dressy - *£fc* ""Isf' the Park the public will picnic, and there will be sports and races for the chil dren, while novelty races are to be arranged for the "children of & larger growth." There is no .Harriers' Club, as yet, but pedes trianism will not be neglected. Plenty of hot tea will be provided. Before the concert, "in the dusk .of the twilight, when our thoughts .wander free" (also our feet) var iaus sky rockets will go up, if they :feel inclined, and Catherine .wheels and other tiireworks will toe let off and dash round like un chained dogs. The band will $lay meanwhiles, and then a con cert will be held. Mr Barnes (not of ...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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To Make a Fancy Table. USEFUL AND INEXPENSIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 15 May 1914

To Make a Fancy Table. - t . . USEFUL AND INEXPENSIVE. Our first illustration is that of ft small, fancy table of very simple make and inexpensive character, yet (juitc fit to grnco any sitting-room. As it is designed fov emtmel, any wood which can be smoothsurfacod will do. Canary, vlio cost of which, of the thickness adopted, is about threepence a ' square foot, w'ould be the most suitable. - . The top of tlio- table should be formed of one piece ot board iVt. long, 1ft. 6in. wide, and 5 in. thick. With plaiio or other tool bevel the edge as shown. The legs are 2ft. Jin. long, 21n. wide, and N Jin. xthick. Sine in ches from one end bore holes for the lctwer I'fiils with a bruco and in. hit, letting, them be. $in. deep. Those for the side. mils me made in the edges of tho legs, und those for. the. end ones aro bored on tho sides of tho legs. When "boring I bear in mind that the legs have an outward slant, and the tool must thereforo he held accordingly. -Place two of tho side legs ...

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

The Weather. Since the last rains the weather has been fine a bright and pleas ant, but rather dry. There were fears about the young feed, but on Tuesday night heavy, steady rain set in, and the reading at 9 a.m., on Wednesday was 92 points. On Wednesday evening a further S3 ppints fell, and use ful showers were falling yester day. The work of enlarging the ante" rooms at the Lancefield Mechan" ics' Institute is nearly finished Last year a series of socials, in the form of euchre and dancing, was held to help raise the money for the improvements. The first of this season's euchre parties and dances for the same landable ob ject is to be held on Thursday, June 4th.

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

A Music Martyr. | He was a pianist, scarcely out of his teens. He had been sent abroad by wealthy friends for a four years' course In his' chosen art; had thereafter spent a year on the concert stage, and behind a vnn ' guard of newspaper reports of his success abroad, ho was coin ing home. When his trniii draw into Uw »ta tioti and came to a stop, tho pianist, evincing the artistic tem .Iierament. in his bairns well as in his manner, descended to tho plat* form. At tiio same, time the crowd of enthusiastic townspeople drew , aside to allow hie proud but mod est-mother to bo tho fir»t to wcl como her son. Wheii slip readied him, however, »he suddenly gave jt ^nsp nud stoodj stock-still, storing at him. The next moment she buist into sobs , nnd fell on his neck. ''Henry, my poor Il^iy !". the good woman cried.;- "'.I hoy told me i you wcro doing 80 well over there and makin' money plentiful* .My poor, poor boy !" i "What's the matter, mother 7" cx- j claimed the bewildered son. "ttha...

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

Publication!. " The Woman " has come- It is the official organ of the Austra lian Women's National League. It deals on party lines with various political issues, and fully covers the ground of the league's ac tivities. "Everylady's Journal" for May comes to hand, somewhat belated. It keeps on telling "What hap pened to Mary," which so far has been nothing very startling. In teresting pictures are published of the Guv'nment House exhi bition of antiques; women are kept well informed upon the snb ject which interests them most' wherewithal they shall be clothed -and the paper bulges with pat terns and good reading matter. Wanted at "Mercury" office, copies of "The Lancefield Mercury" of March 13th. WoodB' Great Peppermint Core, Pur Coughs and Cold*, never fails Is 6d. We omitted to mention that the funerals of the late Mrs P. Mc Mahon and Mrs Wm. Murphy were carried out by Mr. J. Cud dihy, of Kyneton. Pgr Bronchial Coughi, take Woods' Great Peppermant Core. Is 6d. The "Bulletin" print...

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