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Kyneton District Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 16 January 1914

Kyneton District Hospital At the monthly meeting of the Kyneton District Hospital com mittee the treasurer's statement -chowod thf' receipts for,December totalled £234 9s. The main tenance account showed:—Dr. balance'at bank, £158128; De cember accounts, £128 8s I0d; total £287 los It is noticeable that the contract for bread was etat6dper4lb loaf, as against 4 7/8d last year.

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

Tennis Olnb Picnic. The Lancefield Tennis Club is holding a picnic at The Hump (Mt. Macedon) on Foundation Day, Monday, January 26. The names of those desirous of making the trip should be be handed to the secretary (Mr. H. V. Goller) as soon as possible, so that conveyances may be ar ranged for.

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 16 January 1914

Wi'oriumn, foil tlint tree,! But. do notmItMnpt tu dii ho mitl yoii buvo procured a Good Arcf from A. WiHmma, Dunsford slvuuh' Lrncefittld, Bv : so- doiuu', you will loiisidurnbly lighten.yohrinftk. * ! Those who have iiken this medicine are amazed. At its splendid healing power. Sufffrers from Bronchitis, Cough, Crclup, Asthma, Hoarseness, Difficult; experience delightful to Colds on the Che It is most comforting Strength to the Voic "become chronic nor known where " Cou properly treated with it, as taken at the be and a complete cure of Breathing, Fain or Soreness ita the che.sl, and rapid relief, and to those whp are subject t it is ivivalujj'Jle, as it effects a complete cure. :ii allaying Irritation in the Throa| unci giving and if neither allows a Cough or Asthma to Consumption to develop. Consumption is not ;hs" have, on their first appearance. been this medicine. No house shoul<^ be withoul ginning, a dose or tv?o is generally sufficient. : is certain. \. 3ioId by...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Kilmore Court. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 16 January 1914

Kilmore Court. For the Kilmore Court bn Tues day there is a full list. Mr R. Knight, P.M. will preside. The question of costs in the recent action brought by the Springfield shire against the Merriang shire re the construction of a bridge over the Deep Creek at Darra weitguim, will be argued.

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

MESSBA CI.AKKE.SON, ami I'l ATT, ■Sn Grnr;Ge]juroli;Str'K)ti I<>iuU)n B. (inrl MesHra Gordon. nml, Gotcht,Ht. Bri'lo "'Streut. l.oMdon, roui-iyb'Advuriiyeinents 1,1 ringlo.iri isr insertion "in the Muitotn l'th'H of th« M::ucuily nmv ho inapectod abovtj piufnn until you are wor3e before ' starting a campaign against ] disease. No matter how slight , may be your indisposition your duty to yourself demands that immediate steps be taken to disperse it. Of course, you expect to get better and not worse, but where health is in question you are never justified in .leaving .janything'to chance," and, as is well known, indis position, msteadof disappearing of its own sweet will, frequently develops serious disorders If neglected. Your safest course is to which are the World's finest household remedy for the cor rection of derangements of the stomach, liver, or kidneys. Slight headaches, loss of appe tite, a nasty taste in the mouth and other little symptoms of that sort are in...

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

Horticultural Sodecy. The monthly meeting of the; Lancefield Farm and Horticul-! tura! Society yas held on Mon day evening. ] Mr J. Foubister (president) presided, and. only routine business was transacted. The schedules for the March show of the society are in hand, and will be available next week. Mr R. Matthews, of Rochford, secretary of the Lancefield lodge of the Manchester Unity Indepen dent Order of Oddfellows, is in the Kyneton Hospital.. There were many expressions of regret when it was learned that his con dition might involve an operation, which at his age might prove serious.

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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LANCEFIELD RAILWAY. MELBOURNE TO LANCEFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 16 January 1914

1LANCEFIELD : RAILWAY. I MEI,BOURNE TO IjANCEFlEU). A.M. Melbourne ... .„ „.dep. 6.40 Lancefield Junction arr. 8.14 dep. 8.65 Bolinda .... ... ... § § Monegetfca ... ... § § North Monegetfca ... § §. Romaoy ... 10.i() Lancefield . ... arr. 10.25 P.M. , Mrllmurntr : "\,v" - drp—r3;<42r Lancefield Junction arr 7.10 dep 7.18 Romepy... ■ ... ... ... 8 2 Lruicefield ...v . arr 8.15' Oh Saturdays, this train leaves Melbourne at 6.30 and roaches Lance* fiold at 93 p.m. Lanckfield to Memworne, A.M. Lancefield... ... ...• dep. 7.40 Romany ... ... ...7.55 Lancefield Junction arr 8.24, dep 8.41 Melbourne... ... ... ...9.45 PM. Lancefield ... v Roraayy *' .... Lancefield Junction Melbourne ... . ... dep. 5.0 5.25* arr. G.ll: . ...arr. 7.27 Distnnoo from Lancefield to .Melbourne, 453'inilKsi Hflight of Lancefield above the sea level, 1561 fcot%. LANOEFIKLD IUlLWAY. Faros.—Lancefield to Melbourne—(ordin ary farea)—I«.t class: sin^lo 7«, rohirn Ubj 2n<l: sinulc 4e 8d, return ...

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

Mechanics' Institite. The annual ineeting of mem-1 bcrs of the, Lai^efield Mechanics' Institute was convened fr>r last Saturday evening. Until a late hour thete wis not a quorum present, and by that time the meeting had been adjourned. It will he held tomorrow (Saturday) j evening.'

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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THE DISTRICT COURTS (1911). [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 16 January 1914

THE DISTRICT COURTS (19U). ■ Tho- Police Mngiflt-rftto (Mr A, I Barlow) attends tho following courts | on tho dayfl specified.! \ PETTY SESSION'S. Cafitlcniaine—Tvvury I'Viday, at 10 a.m except* fourth Friday in month, •Kynelon—Kvery Tuesday, r»t 10 a.m., j (TXChpr- third Tuosdny in tnnntli. I - Dn\ Ichfnrd—livery Wednesday, at 10 a.m. I exonpt third Wedncflday in tli«* month. i Maldnh—Firr.t and third Mondays in tho ! j month, at II 30 a.rn, ! Trentham—First and third Thursdays in month, Hi 10.r,0 *.m. Wcodend—Second and fourth Mondays iu at 3. p.m.' . Gh«wtou—Fiiet Friday in month at 3p-.m. - Tarndale-—F;rat Tuesday in month at 3 p. rn." l.^'K^yorstmvh-T-Sccohd- StrtU^hycMh 'mtfatb" ;at 10 u-iir, ' ' • '/ * - - .Malmahury—Second Tuesday in month at 2.45 p.m. tfuntmry—Fnurtli Friday iu month at 2 p m. * Khtclorood—tieomd Thurfdaj in month •.at 10 t.m OiKiMH-nc—Fourth Thursdav in month at .10 a.m. •v."G]erilyon—First Wednesday in month nt 2 30 pin '• ■< Isaiicchold—Third ...

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

PyaJoBg Hacea. On Thursday, February 12, tke annual race-ngeting of the Pya long Racing Club will be held. The course his undergone great improvements! and the stakes have been considerably increased; £70 being ofered. The pro gramme includes .—Hurdle Race, £20 (second Horse £3), about 2 miles ; Trial Handicap of £8 (6 furs.); Ladies Bracelet of £5 (6 furs.); Pyalonk Handicap of £18 (second horse £3); Flying Han dicap, 6s furs, second horse £2), and District Hick Race £2 (radius 15 miles). Dnu-ies close With Mr G. I. Tune, secietary Pyalong, or Mr H. J. Buciland, 159 Queen treet, Melbourne, at 6 p.m. on January 31. appear in the " daily papers of 6. The booth: Kilmore on Jan he weights will Mercury', and the Friday, February will be sold at _ _ iary 24 by Messrs Osborn and Hudson. A special train will leave Melbourne at 9.15 on-the morning of the taccs; leaving Pyalonglfor return at 6.40 p.m.

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 — 16 January 1914

L&\'i RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS. 1. Subscribers wlio do not piyo ex-1 press notion ' ^ the contrary fir© conuiderod its wi/diing to CoN'flNOb their aubaorij)? fcion 2. If subscribers order the discont*' iMinnce" of their periodical*, the ouMisber may continuo to dead tbezD uitil Arrears are paid. 3. If subscribers refuse or neglect to -•.ako periodicals from the office to which -i,0-r <v^« <Hrr*r.ted. they are JlRfctK*. juhlr. ..ujtil they haTft.aettrea: Uicir^biHa, and "ordered the the periodicals to be dis continued. ^ , •4."''If 'subscribers remov6 to other places without informing the publishers, .md the papers are sent to their former direction, the subscribers are responsible, 5, The courts have decided that ■'refusing to take periodicals from tut ollico or removing or leaving them un called foris prima facia cvidonce of in« tentional Fraud. 6. If subscribers pay in advance for a periodical, they are bound to give Notjcjb to the ptiblialHT. at the en...

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

Frlendsoip and Soiituue. ± '(BY ELBEIIT HUBBARD.)! Moat generally, when I travel, I go* alone—this to Insuro boing in good company. I once mado tho tour of Scotland with a nmn who was travelling for his health. Ho had lung trouble—or imagined ho licul. I had known tho man in a casual way for soveral years, and \vn started out the best of friends, an ticipating a good time. We were gone three weeks, and when we got back X haled the follow thor oughly, and I liavo ovory reason to beliovo that ho fully reciprocated Die sentiment. There was nothing to quarrel about ; it began at ISuston Sta tion, where X bought third-class tic kets. He said ho preferred to ride first-class or second, at least—there was such a tiling as false econr—iy. I asked him why ho had not sai«' it heforo I bought tho tickets. At Edinburgh my companion wish ed to ascend tho Scott monument, visit a friend at tho University, and buy a plaid rug at one of the shops in I'rincoss Street. T pro posed to look up tho footp...

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

I LOCAL INFORMATION. Lanccfiold Shiro Council,—Meotinga hold on last Friday in every 'month. Conn cilloM : Mosare J- • Waddoll, M. Foy, A. Johnston, W. M'lntosh, o. M'Elhin nay, J, Barley, R, F. Blnekett, R. Hoinphill, and R. Gr.aham. Acting Secretary, Mr P. J. McMabon. FTo»lth rtffWr, Dr'Fimiis Dairy i'n&pootor,' Mr McIConzio. Pound koepor, . Mr J. Waterlnnd. Innpeotor of nuisances, Mr J. M'Convllu. ( LaoCflHcld . Waterworks* Trust-jCmm missinnerti meet last Friday in ove«-y mouth. Acting Secretary Mr P. J. MoMahou.j LauoefioM Horticultural Soai|;ty.— The committee Hold their meetings on the Monday on or before the full moon, ' Sue., Mr J. VVatetlftnd. l/inqofleld....Mcehnnico' IwBtitute'.—The ooixumttoft meet Koonud Friday . m ch^Ji \ m^nth.- Hon. secretary,,K:. Doiv,. ;c « 1-Librarian, Sir John WaUr-.und.'• 1 ._< •1 Lancutteld "Rifle:. .Club.—Cnptain, Mr M. Foy; secretary, Mr M'Elhiuney. Luncefiold Brrtfte Band.—Practice held weekly. Bandmaster, Mr A. O'Calla^h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 16 January 1914

London & Lancashire Fire Insurance Co. All kindti of PKKSONAL ACCIDENT , SICKNESS POLICIES Issued. • Do not delay eompletiocf with the abotfo iWflftlthy Corporation a Workman's In^uratr. o • Fire .Insurance. ^or PartioQ^ar<'» etc, '■'Insurance ' l|i(jamsp:^ ' - ^ . t0mdevd;^^ ■ •. • - '• "v" tPoTfiC"*®* Aooilloafc buMiefifl has tltldCT >i.'V-'n" Roue romarkrtbl^ chnrigos during-the \haI few yoars. Proruiutna havo boon f -, • ••/ reduced, bcnntUs ir.cruasod, :md new ; . BchomoB, including Innnrunce against Illri(!aso3 and l)i?-e«K69, indiratn a great ; advnucft (in auythinfc contemplated i tho axrly years of fcho business.s >> '3trOcal agout—H. Croldirig,. "Moroury"| 'cfiioo. JtOHDOFI DIRECTORY (Published' Annually) ^Enables trader# throughout thp World to Jr.;.;'-Y communicatc direct with EnglUh f && ANUFAOTQREUS ANT) DEALERS ,'^insoa«h clns>* of ^>oils. Besulf-sbuinga com I.'/pletc <'oihfnerciiU guide to London and its )i...

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CLOSE SEASON FOR GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 16 January 1914

; CLOSE SEASON FOR/GAME:; [ vTho; .Wholo Year.—fcnughina .jnokos« rnHtTvo-v-^-.:bl*;Trs,-' • ; uwaJIow*,' linopoU»:H,,plnfypuj«f eto. ' A-. .. l?rom' 14th <i;iy of Juno to tlu|20th day of DflCMuUrf in fHtrh ye:*ri—Klnckuvvuii, wild gePRR.-;6\r«liU<"J?ts.^-. v•. • 'l ' . • •" i -From lnt..,dnv of.rtuynst inpnoh yf-nr to i fclu» l»st iiny. of tfqr>tuftrv..foUo\nny.--Qujijl, | bronz(j-»viu^yd or other, wild ^l-Una: i i. .From 1st day. of.NipiombiTj to tho 15th' | duy ol. DuuKii.bor iu uaehvj!iir;~filnek fUh i -7 IioniTlat.dHV-ot- May; to tliij3l8t day of i AuiHim- uv wiou vmir.—lin^liBlitrout. v i i;..-;Kiftiiii..1st. Julv t«i(Jobber ui.euch | Voar.—Murruy c<ttti perchj UJidlMOHin,^ • .|

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[?] AND REGULATIONS the term "The Common[?] used in connection with these [?] regulations it includes Papua. [?] Island land Norfolk Island. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 16 January 1914

i £;i,ANO HECULA'nCNS tho, term "Tho Common-' used in comioction with these, 1 • iiw ii'tjuLtio'no il includes Papurv." •i .ij.iw ItuI Norfolk Xalauti. LETT.UK s. I i?'or every i ounce or fraction thereof, '"or dolivcry within the Comiuon .. wctricu 0 1 or delivery in +ho.'Briti»h Em " pile .V.. 0 1 • delivery in the Now Hebrides, and 'i'orrta Islands .. 0 2 delivery in other places .. .^ 0 2i LET! Eli CARDS. delivery witlLia the Commonwealth: jingle, Id. r«plj, ltl.'caclj'Jiaif. \>r delivery in'Mm B.rjti»h. Emptor (b©i: .iisii of pltwos ^ ui'.clor..' 'Letters--')—3m - ld.-gach. ; - oV o.elivdry- in:'I?ew Hebrides.. Banks, ✓and Torres 'islands—-Single, 2d. oacli. -or delivery in other places— Single, 2£d. each. .POST CAttDS. Single Postcards impressed with th« id. stamp, and iteply or double cards, I oaoh hyilt cf which has the Id. stamp impressed thereon, may bo transmitter to.placeo within the Coimnouweahl), am; to tiiOBe places, enumenued undoi "Lettera," to which letters may ...

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

A Kindly Burglar. A London'morning' paper'soys ; "A burglar at I.oh Angelos has won a lifelong friend by' a kindly action. Ho out ered tho houso of ti Mrs. Morri» Into ut night, and mot her Kuddonly on tho stair*. His Vevol ver covorati hot* in n second. "Throw up your hands I" ho ordered. Mrs. Morris hardly scorned t o sec him. •Slio pushed him on cme side, moan ing. "-My baby is dying. 1 want a doctor." Tho burglar gripped her by the wrist. "Wlua's the mutter'.1" ho demanded. ".It's croup," she an swered. The burglar put the revol ver back into his hip pocket. " I lmvo five of my own," ho said curt ly. "I'm out on this night lay to keep them from starving-. I'll do what I rim for you." The woman stared at him, only half under standing him. "Hot mo a kettle of hot water," ho said. lie mixed an emetic and administered il, and for mi hour sat rubbing tho child's L'hust with oil. In tho end ho slip ped out of tho house quietly, whilo Mrs". Murris was not looking. When tho polii-o call...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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How Bradlaugh Said Grace [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 16 January 1914

How Bradlaugh Said Grace Aii interesting reminiscence of the luto Mr. Charles Brndlaugh hns ju«t been given by \V. Percivni Westell, tho naturalist, which shows thaf the great "atheist" was perhnps not s«> irreligious as his 'opponents acclaim ed him to bo. v.Bralllaugh, says Westell, was niy -father's guest, and ho ' lmd- coino • doWn • to speak at a big politicalmeeting. When we nil met at tho dlnner-tuble in the evening, my mother' hardly knew .what7; to' do with regard to asking me, as . tho oldest child, to say "Grace." , Air. -Jlrudlaugh, ke»:ti eved as. a hawk,- took in the situa tion, at a glancfr, ami at once said, ".May I nsk a blessing?" An an swer in tho alhrniHtive was imme diately - * forthcoming, wheroupon, with hands clasped, head bowed, and eyes closed, our guest uttered these precious words, "Kor what we tiro about to . receive may wo havo truly thankful hearts.".

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THE FARM AND DAIRY. REARING CALVES OF TUBERCULOUS COWS. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 16 January 1914

THE FARM AND DAIRY. IIKAIIINU CALVES OP TUHKIUHJ LOUS COWS. This is a subject which is of parti cular importance to our dairy farm ers, more particularly in view of the fact that pasteurisation of the skim milk is rapidly coming into vogm*. A series of experiments h'avo been carried out rccentlj by th's Uoyal Ag ricultural Society of England to de monstrate the possibility of rearing calves free from the disease, in spilo of their having been horn of cows that react to the tuberculin test. At the present time there are on the farm at Woburo thirteen yearlings and two calves bom this year, and a healthier .lot no one could wish to sec, in spite of the fact that their dams reacted to the tost shortly be fore parturition. All that has been done is to separate the calves front the cows immediately after birth, and remove them to a farm a mile away,' where they have been- reared under circumstances that prevent direct, or indirect contact with the tuberculous cattle. All the milk used fo...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Valedictory, [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 16 January 1914

Valedictory, On Wednesday afternoon Mr ■H.H. Boyc\ who has been post master at Lancefield since June, was made the recipient of a pre sentation from the mail contrac tors and staff. Mr Boyd leaves for St. Arnaud this morning; his, transferenceientailing promotion. While all-Lancefield echoes the wish that Mj Boyd could remain with us, regipt at his departure is mingled witi congratulation that 1 the Department recognises his fitness for a larger sphere. Mr R, Casey, supported by Mr R. Malier, handed to Mr Boyd a gold pendant inscribed-—'.'Presented to Mr H. H. Ibyd as a token of esteem from nail contractors and staff, Lanceield , Post Office." Mr Boyd madb a fitting responses

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