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

Public NotW . : Bargains! Bargains !! Bargains In DHAPEB Y MARK FOY'S Summer *<Faii> IS NOW OPEN Ladietf, Visit the Fair. MARK FOY'S LANCKFiBr.103DRA.PRRY ESTABLISHMENT. sua YOUR CATTLE By rugging your horses and cows during the cold raw wintry weather, a saving of at least 15 per cent, in the feed bill will result-this 'fact has been de monstrated and proved times without number. "ABERDEEN" (Horse and Oow) - Rugs - By reason {of the high grade quality of materials used, the workmanship and finish em ployed in their make-up, to gether with the extreme sim plicity and Effectiveness of the snap-buckle, fifced-iri-a-second attachments adopted, will be found, in the lone ran, by far the cheapest ana most satis factory rug to buy. J. BARTRAM & SON PTY. LTD., 586, Bourke-st., Melbourne. | --Come to 1 NICE'S UNIVERSAL STORES. LAITCEFIEID. For all your REQUIREMENTS. Summer Costumes Millinery And Blouses Dress Baskets Boots and Shoes Men's and Youths' Clothing1 Grocerie...

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

" SBTKE 60tJKClL JlEKTlKaS. ;%: ;;l Lancctipld-Last Friday io raontb,' 2' - o'clock. JRouisey-First Friday iu month, 2 ". o'clock. Springfield-Sccond' Friday Jin month,,2 o'clock. \ -r Kyaeton-First Saturday in montti 11 o'clock, N Pyalong-Third Monday in months 2- . \ o'clock* ' Novvham and Woodeod-La9tTuesday io tho montb.

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

£JHURCH SERVICES Divine service will be held at Lancefieit) .<n Sunday, next &a follows CBuacn of. ENOLAND.- Filth Sunday -After K&ater-ChpH*l,M*tio8 11 a.m., Choral SVenaong 7. p.m.; tJbbaw 230 p.m.-Bet. J» Francte,' ROMAN CATHOLIC.-Lancefield|9.S0 Ma,, -Bayulon Komsey ll&.tn. . METHODIBT CHUBOH.-LanoeSeld H a.rn -Student. Monument Creek 11 a.m. 8tudent<; 7 p.m.-Kevf Stone. Newhum S p.m.-Student. Goldie 3 p.m.-ROT, Stoae PBBSBYTKBIAN CHUBCH.- Lnocefield 1 i *.tu., Springfield Sp.ta,-Assistant. Lance $eld 7 p.m.-The Minister. CHUBCH OP CHRIST, KAQLAN-.BTREET Bible School 10 »m., Communion 11 &,m., Evangelistic Service 7 p.m.

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

THANKS. MR and MRS T. LOCKWOOD and FAMILY desire to tender their very sincere thanks to tho Rev. K. Stone for his Attention, and to all neighbors and friends for their &iod «M«unce and sympathy in iheir sad bereavement. ''The Orchard," Lancefield. DEATH. GuliiETT.-On the 8th May, at Too .woomba, Queensland, Sidney, second sar* TiTing son of the late Mr Henry Gallett, of Lancofield, and brothei of Mr H«nry GuU lett, M.L.C., Wahroonga, New South Wulee; Mrs W. H. Thnmpioo, of Belgrave, and Air K A. Gullett, Ballarat.

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Return of the Rubber Boom. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 15 May 1914

Return of the Rubber Boom. (By A. STAINS MANDER3.) . It lr really, a wonderful substance,' is rubber. Consider what; it is the beginning-just milk flowing from tho trees that havo boon sla*H oti by tho native workers# Yot from tills liquid w« got a substaco af enormous atrongth, durability, and elasticity. I always likon rubber to cheese. It ifl mlllc to begin with; it Is mado to curdle llko milk-hy throwing piiU- into it-rind, liko cheese, you get it In nil shnp^, nl/.es, colours, nnd qualities. If \ve don't actually eat rubber, it in doubtful if we could now livo without It. t "It Is extraordinary when one . comcs to think of tho enormous number of uses to which rubber i? put. Wo find it not only in our own homes at overy turn, but wo find it on our wuy from our hom<;a to our business ; wo see rubbor nt every stnge, and whon wo get to our business wo find It in our offices. Certainly wo* cannot Uvo without rubber, and I am not sure that wo arc ablo to cUo without tho as...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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One of the 'Weaker Sex.' [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 15 May 1914

One of the 'Weaker Sex.' Under the new' Republican regime tho position^ of^tho Chinese woxjian has boon notably improved, no'mi imlly at' least,: hut it is highly improbable that any of the ad vanced"'ladies of niQdern China will ever wield half tho influonce" pos sessed by-tho.' old "Empress-Mother*' Tseu-Hsli the real ruler of tho Coles-' tial-?.Empire for many years. . Her life warf one long, though un edifyirig, melodrama. Tho daughter of ^a-mandarln; . born ou November 17, "183J, she had a sister who w«* wedded to l'riuco Choucn.! This Imperial connection .fired - . Tseu Ilsi's ambition; she managed to at tract tho Emperor's attention, and became one of -Ills- numerous wive*. The birth of hocson;* . Tsai-Choueu (tlie Quintessence of Purity) fulfilled hor fondest hopes, and honceforth her baleful career, really began. In i860 Tscu-Hsi poisonod the Emperor, ami: dcclavcd horaelf"*F.m press-Mother^and virtual monarch of China. Her' first dellcnto atten tion . to heiv deceased husb...

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

AWFUT, PA\VS< A gentleman who hud-married his cook was giving n dinner party, and between the courses tho good lady sat with her hands spread ou the tablecloth. Suddenly the burr o( conversa tion coascil, and in tho ullonco that followed a young man on tho right of ins hostess t»aid pleasantly* "Awful pause?" "You, thoy may be," said the oi-< devant cook, with hoightened co lour, and yours would bo like thora^ it you had done half iny work/^S Three radishes weighing 201b.» one of which is 18in. l«ng, have heon grown in thn gurdon of the viUago inn nt Wittarsh&ia, Kent.

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Cranks Who Hide Money. BANK-NOTES CONCEALED IN BOOKS. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 15 May 1914

Cranks Who Hide Money. ? ? ? -.-^ BANK-NOTES COXCEAL.12D IN' BOOKS. Among the eccentricities of the rich, the passion for always possess ing enormous sums ot'ready cash-is surely one of the most extraordi nary; A former I^oicl Dysurt one ((ay asked u companion-nurse to go to town- und got a cheque cashed for him at the Bunk of England.. When she . WHS ready to start the peer sat down and wrote . .out a cheque for £10.0,000, and told her to he sure and see that she got one note for the .whole amount. The cheque was duly presented, and the Bank, having satisfied themsel ves ns to the nurse's authority for making'such a request, suggested that a clerk should accompany her ; iiitd hand the £JOOrOOO note in per son to his lordship. After having ! doife so the clerk told the peer that only throe such notes were in l existence. "One/' he said, "we have .i\t. the Hunk, another. I have just handed .to your lordship, and the third, which some time ago disap peared from circulation, we have ne...

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Life Among Lunatics. THE EFFECT ON KEEPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 15 May 1914

1 I Life Among Lunatics. I t THIS F.yr.C'V ON KKRl'EKS. The popular misconception as to the treatment, environment, and daily life of the inmates of 'instl-1 tulions for the criminal Insane is very great, atul Dr. 'Edward. IC. Williams, who has great"; experience in ;the mutter,' has set out to clear it up: An interesting poiut winch ..< J)r Williamscovers ih that of ..the effcct of the peculiar, hie upon .?-.>« oHUnnls uitd kooperji'" connected ?.???: with i-such: institutions. .i Surrounded ?-by/an-at-' mosphcre of delusions and luilluctmir Lions,- i-l.)r. Williams ..insists . . t|iu^v these men really hov'onieipiorc level > headed, .their normality is accen tuated, and,. l»y -reason* of'.the '.con stant I hrnstipif upo» their., atten tion of the evil resells. ,uf- lack'/vof self-restraint,. th(jy. ." Jearn .« to . :curb: rcrlmii tendencies . of-their* own. . ;Jf this is ti ue-ami the doctor has hnd huUu'ieiit experience to^ know -it ih - a -.roniarkahlo.'-jtiling...

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Countess Russell Warns 'Black Magic' Dabblers. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 15 May 1914

Countess Russell Warns 'Black Magic' Dabblers. (By COUNTESS IlUSiSliLL.) 1 have lorur been aware of the cou serpiom-RS that may affect tho thoughtless and careless sitter at seances, who, longing (or a new experience, recklessly joins a number of people bent on receiving some messages from the other side. I do not profess to explain the phenomena that occurs, neither do I Hllirni that the-dead -manifest them selves> hut I know . tlmt some power is developed at such a meeting,'and demonstrates itself often in a mar pilous waw It is. impossible in a short article to. gi\e examples 'bf. what' occurs, mid 1 uould desire rather than to emphasi.se the danger 'of wof/dling in occult, matters ..-until/ more know ledge is gained as to: rules and precautions by. which the people taVing- pi(rt in a .'seance may be I roteeted.^ : . <? The very, fact that sitters arc' asked to bo (pnto passive, requested not to e*ert their will /power, but just fjujet]\ . wiut ond seo what happens,...

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THE FARM. VALUE OF SILAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 15 May 1914

THE FARM. . . * 4 VALUK OF SIbAGE. The advantages of silage feeding! (writes an oversea paper) might be J summed up as follows : Silage keeps ' youngail'j V\viiiter; It omiblcs tfre cow to pro ! duce milk and buttci;-tat more ccono- j mically.. It increases: the proportion of . milk and butter-fat. Silage is more .easily.handled than dry fodder. . The silo makes use* of: the cornstalks which, would- otherwise no£_ be eaten :and> preserves them in a*, palatable * /form'.'- More stock can be kept on a . given number of acres. It.is the most economical method; of supplying feed : for. the stock during the hot, : dry : periods of summer when the pastures am short. The. field is in good. con dition for autumn cultivation after the corn has been.'.removed. Silage does'. not deteriorate; iu< palatability as does, corn; stored iater in; the spring. Less loss results in/unfavour able seasons where'the crop, docs not mature completely, as the corn* may, be used for silage to goo...

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CHAPTER XXXII. A DESPERATE RESOLVE. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 15 May 1914

CHAPTER.XXXII.-' . ;. . , A /DMSPKHATE RHSOLYJ0:" ... ' For an Instant Dick Htood;.;without\ sound or motion, struck , fairly dumb j by tho girl's nma7,Jnj; statement. i Then hio sprang towards! licr,.and, clutched hor arm with unconscious i force. . r- . .;... "Lucillo, this is madness!'? ho cricd. "Two war-ahipR.?-impossiblo I You arc surely miRtakcn»f\The truth, -toll mo !" a ".It is. tho truth,.'DksI^I ; At-Ioast thoy say so:. That; is why Uio town, is excited." T < » t "But.how do thcvf,knott ?" "Leon snw.Mho Yussols. fronv^tho to'ok-out station;' Ho signalled . tho nows to tho lowor^townr nnd^: ay cou rier hurried to Government House.'/ "How far oil were tho. ships, then; Lucille?" "Ahout six- niilos, and< approaching slowly find cautiously " "And did your .brother report their ^nationality }" "I-Jo Sftid thQyAvero both iSnglish," Lucille ^replied. v "English ?.'' DiciC echocd.""Bv Jove, this is Grenville's doing'! Ho has played his, cnnif>:at last; an...

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

CHAPTER XXXT. T-HIUTJLTNG NEWS. It was Lur.illo who appeared, anil Dick thought that ho had never seen her look so da7.zllng.ly beautiful. A spot of unwonted colour glowed on each chcok, a scarlet flower was pin; ned in her dark hair, and a black lace mantilla was thrown loosely over hor shouldors. Closing the door softly behind .hor, she glided into the room. . < , . 1 "You !" Dick? gasped.^ "I thought I should nover seo;you again. I was afraid I had offended you, Lu'.'~ "It waB foolish* to-.-think that.* Why should" I c6me- ; when you no longer needed me ? How you liave changed in these t\ro weoksMt is difficult'to heliovo'jthat:yon .were so ill." ; : She was silent for a moment, avert ing her eyes j and a charming blush showed her confusion. v.., "I should riot ho here now," she added, quickly, "but- but I have iiist learned of your interview with Captain Gore. la ft/true, then-the promise ho made to the rioters ?" '.'It is true;" Dick answered, sober ly. "I/, havo thr...

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THIS EVERY-DAY POTATO. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 15 May 1914

THIS EVURY.-DAY I'OTATO. j Potato Sftucc.r-ThlBi is a very easy and. appetising way of drowsing cold potatoes. Break tho pieces up with. 11 spoon, but do not mftsh them. Put. some good dripping (or butter) into . a Hat stewpan, add the potatoes ' shake over, a hot fire till slightly brown, sprinkle, with finely-chopped. . parsley*, and servo. '. . | Potato Chips.-Peel a sunicient{< quantity of potatoes and < cut'them*-' into picces about the BUMS o( orange sections. These must be thrown into:., boiling fat and fried until done, thou* drained .on paper before dishing ui>. Potatoes Sliced and Crisped.-'After peeling the potatoes* cut into. quito;. thin slices and fry in boiling fat till; las crisp as biscuits, then shake on ' paper and place around roast poul , try or game. j Potato iSticks.-Peel one or two:po?Vt tatoes, cut into slices; i- 'inch- thick,:v. I then into sticks nbout the size of matches. Have ready boiling, fat, fry t the pieces thickly, and. pu...

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THE ORCHARD. NOMENCLATURE OF FRUIT. PARTICULARLY THE APPLE. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 15 May 1914

THE ORCHARD. NOMENCLATURE OP FRUIT:; .% ? - ? ' I'ANTICULMTLY THE AI'l'IiE." "Wlmt's In a namo?" To tlio or-> dinary individual It may be a matter' of very little conscience what an apple is called b5. and provided it'iir Bound ami fit to eat, one namo.may/ c ns K°.0(1 as another; lint to tlic nurseryman, grower and dealer it often becomes " matter 0I great in,-' Portance. At present wo find that many of what we roftJ term the standard v*-: netics of apples aro known un lor. different names in the various StntcR and even in .llfTcrent districts often : have local namrs. This kails to con-' d^tau,iiSt°(tCn '° . ^or '"stow*,, the Scarlet NonaariclV ttrn"8 11,0 Wlntnr ''earmaiiij .-carlct Pcnrmain, and sometimes . Cox 8 Orange Pippin ; Ute Col.< den fielnctte Is called' Adam's Penr mnin, Summer Pearmain, Ivln.tr Pij,.: Pin, etc, and many, other varieties arc known by various-names. ^ Tiilfc Is very unsatisfactory, and. jti »e_ case °f ordering nursery, stock or making con...

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INFLUENCE OF FATNESS OF COW AT CALVING. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 15 May 1914

INFLUENCE QJJ, FATNJ5SS' OF COW . ?" AT..'CAIA'ING. - . "'An. examination J of' the, records ot official* .tests ("\vity tJolstcin-Friesian cows py^onS/of) the American experi mchtul; fltafcions Showed that thc.fnt content ot the milk for a short time afr the- beginning of a lactation pe riod may ;havc;j.lttle relation to the real"" average'fit content of the milk ^produced by-aife';. particular animal. Investigations /with COWH of various -.breeds and -In 1 different conditions . w.ore' carried' ;qyt, and it is concluded that, providing the cow is underfed after calving, the percentage of fat in the milk for the first 20 or 30 days 'of the lactation period is in fluenced to a considerable extent by. the fatness of the cow at calving. In > some cases this influence appeared to | extond to a certain degree for at lonst three months. I The tiller of the soil is the most necessary man in the world. He fegdB. and clothca the world, .anvi with- , out him .the world would go nuked and ...

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

H0RNLKS3 CATTIjli" Siguifieiiiit prQgress has.hocn- made during tltc past ten years, in cstabV: lishjng polled types of:, bornedbreeds of cattle. .Polled Jlurhams, Pqllod Herefords, and ..Polled Jerseys repre sents the most notable achievements in-this line of;, breeding. Beginning * with ;''sp6rts" or. ^naturally hornless, animals* the polled character has been Uxed tiii these three types to an oxtent which? onsurcs its reproduction, in an overwhelniing majority of ma tings. Polled iilood has become so potent, .that,* although ' obtained through;"sports" -from, broods with horns, its.polliug efficiency is,-thor ough!} .dependable, even in _caees whero tiio- elimination of horps is met with' stubborn inherent opposi? tion.: .; ?*.:???? . . A strong and grownm demand* for polled types of horned breeds is ox 'pressing ..itself: »in. the operations, of j farmers*; feedtrs,;and breeders. Those' who -.take the purely practical view of horns, considering them useless and expensive physica...

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

I To Advertisers NOTICE.; IN consequence of Increasing Demands on i.ur Staff we have beeen compelled to mnke the following Kegulations, which will be strictly adhered to. ALTERATIONS to Standing Adver tisements must reach this Office BEFORE NOON on Tuesday., MARKET Reports will not be inserted in the subsequent issue if banded in AVXi'.R NOONfcon Wednesday. HERBERT QOLDING, Mercury." Proprietor. Lancefieid, 29/l/'14. Too Weak To Walk DUE TO WORM FEVER. RELIEF AFFORDED BY COMSTOCK'S "DEAD SHOT" WORM PELLETS. "My little girl, now four and a half years ol ago, was Buffering for. over four years,'1 writes Mrs. F. Weiss, o*96 Jledfcrn-st.. Kedfern, Sydney, N.S.W. "She appeared to have con sumption of the bowels, and I took her to the hospital, ?where they « prescribed from a PA©fo. p 0 W d e T B > which I gave her, but did not seem i to do any good I then discovered Bhe had'Worm Fever, and tried vari ous medicines, "trlilcli, although ti»o7 caused her to pass some worms, only afforded...

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

Court Fixtures. The following are thePolico'Magifl trato'e days of attendance at tlie courts of thin putt of the Caetlemarne Dintriot: Lance6eld--WedneiidHyp, 11 a.m. January 21, February 18, March 18 April 15, May 20, June 17. Hcmsoy- Wednesday!", 2.30 p.m. on same dates aR LanceBald. Woodend-Mondays, 3 pm. Jan uary 12 and 26 ; February 9 and 23; Maroh 9 and 23 April; 27 , May 11 and 25, and June 22. Kyoeton-Tuesdays, 10 a.m. Jan nary 6, 13, and 27 ; February 3, 10, and 24, March 3, 10, Si, and 31; April 7 and 28; May 5, 12, and 26 ; and Jnne 2, 9, 23, and 30. Licensing Coorta will be held as follows:-Lancefield district (held at Romi-ey)-January 21, February IB, March 18, April 15, May 20, and June 17. Kyneton-January 6, Febrnary 3, Maroh 3, Aprii 7, May 5, and June 2.

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CHAPTER XXX. IN THREE DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 15 May 1914

CHAPTBR.'XXX. , IN THREE DAYS. It was ^bout two o'clock of tbc afternoon, ami Dick,'having lunobod heartily, had settled . himself (or hts usual siesta, in tlie; big: arm-chair. Tho traces of his illness had almost vanished ; he looked well, handsome, and ruddy, as he lounged, there In a suit ot cool flannels, with' a cigar in his mouth and a hook open in one hand. But ho had tried vainly to In terest himself in the volume-it was an English novel only a few months old. And, strange to; say, .he did not feel in the least drowsy. As a matter of fact, ho was wor ried.. He felt a,vague sense.of. impenr din# danger, "a-droad and :»restlesa: ness that he' could not analyze. By the doctor's command; he.had not left the house that; morning1., for' hi? cus tomary w.alk,' norhad he" received a promiacd-'; viotfc- from-" Captain Vol borth. . And at: intervals, * since an early hour of thev day, distant clam our and commotion ..had ^broken out in the town.-TliWe .mysterious things' worried Dick...

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