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SHIRE COUNCIL MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 22 May 1914

SHIRE COUNCIL MEETINGS; Lanoeficld-Last Friday in- month, 2 o'clook. Eomaey-First Friday in month, 2 o'clock. Springfield-Second Friday {in month, 2 o'clock. Kyneton-Firat Saturday in oiont>i II o'olook, Pyaloog- Third Monday In month* 2 o'clock* Newham and WiKidend-Last Tuesday ia tho month,

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Lancefield Mercury With supplement. FRIDAY, MAY 22, [?]. AUTUMN. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 22 May 1914

fantefelii Mercury With supplement. FRIDAY, MAT 22, UZ, AUTJIM. 'THIS is-the time of the "sere and yellow leaf" (whatever that means. ?Fhe leaves--.are now supposed to r submit to the 'influence of gravi tation (the mysterious power -in -..irented or discovered 'by -Sir Issaac Newton), and fall, -When .we held rforth on Spring it was like Autumn; now we'.dissertate on (what Ammur-. '.kans call "the Fall," and it is like : Spring. Where are .we ? Bountiful .Autumn rains have .'fallen, also the thermometer. The sky is overcast,: . and a few accounts are probably over - drawn. "Green grows the :grass tin .the old churchyard " and also (which is more important) in the paddocks. .'One can almost hear it 'growing. ' Though, as aforesaid, 'it is decidedly mot Spring, grass :has shot up and is ^gaining strength, and so is the Beef (Trust. "it lis a good job," as Nebu ?ichadnenar -often remarked when he' . wu.forcibly .converted to vegetarian :«m, "that there is plenty of grass." VWe shall a...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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CHURCH SERVICES [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 22 May 1914

^QHTJ-ROiH SERVICES; . Divine service will be held at LaneefielH ' Oa Sunday next as follows CBUBCB or K-NOLA.ND.-Sunday after As ^oeiiun Day*~HaCins II a.m., Evensong .7 .rP»niM; Gobi "' 5,30^®.-fier. J, Francis, BoMAK-e*x^pLlc.-Iisncefleld 11 METHODIBT>.VtmeH.-"Laucefiold U a.m. ^-~He7, 8tobe. Xsncefield 7 p.m.-Student. "Monument Cfieek 11 R;m.; Newham 8 p.m. .'Student. Rotnsty 7 p,m. ; 'Kerry 3 p.m. -Rey. Stone FRESBVTEBUN CHTTBCH.- Lancefiold 11 »m. Rochford 7 p.m.-The Minister. CBTJBOB OP CHBIST, RAOLAN'STBBET ible School 10 a m.. Communion 11 a.m., .'Evangelistic Service 7 p.m.

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Popular Science. LATEST DEVELOPMENTS. SIR OLIVER LODGE. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 22 May 1914

Popular Science. 1 LATEST DEVELOPMENTS. Sill OLIVER LODGE. Sir Oliver Lodge haa attained tho distinguished position he occupies in the scientific world in 'tho fece of circumstances by no means favour able. Prom 14 to 20 ho was en gaged in husiness, and all his early studies were accomplished in his lei sure hours. Now he is principul of the University of Birmingham, and one of the greatest, of living authorities on electricity, mcchan^ ics, and kindred matters, MAN'S TWO MEMORIES. ^Consignor Benson in the course of a recent ? lecture nt Caxton Hall, London, expounded the theory of men having two minds-an objective consciousness and a subjective con sciousness. These two memories might ; be compared with an upper nnd a lower room respectively, con nected by a trap door. Dreams werg the workings of the subjective conscience,.-uncontrolled: by the cri ticism and reason of tho objective conscience. "-LIQUID All* KEFRICJETtATIONr Development of processes of manu facture of liquified air...

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Hottentots and Other People. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 22 May 1914

Hottentots.and Other People. . "If you cannot reply to this you. will so down, down, down in tbi> estimation/' is the gontlo threat of a Canadian correspondent signing herself A. B. Then sho biurets out into tho following : "II ft Hottentot taught a Hottentot tot To talk oro tho tot could tottor Ought the Hottentot tot To bo taught to say 'aught/ } Or ' naught' to what ought to taught her ? "If to hoot and to toot a Hottentot tot Bo taught by a Hottentot tooter, Should the tooter got hot If the Hottentot tot Hoot and toot at tho Hottentot tooter ?". " Should a mischievous miss miss her sight in a mist On the Ron, will she miss Urn ship's master More Umn she will bo missed In the twisting mist's twist By tho man in tho misty disaster? " Will tho miss in tho mist raise tho mnn going post ? Will the mystified man try to kiss her ? If tho man miss tho mast, Must tho mast master master and miss hor ? "It ia qulto original," declared tho A.F.I3. I assured him I had not tho least doubt ...

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Banana Wisdom. MANY USEFUL HINTS REGARDING AN EVERYDAY COMMODITY. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 22 May 1914

Banana Wisdom. MANY USEFUL HINTS REGARD ING AN EVERYDAY COM MODITY. t wonder if it is because hn.no mx ore cheap, like the homely herring, that people do not realise alt tv.c possibilities in them. Bananas havo no drawbacks. Tim* nro nourishing, thny are fatten. .. for. children, they nre digestible. Perhaps they are unpopular in ? kitchen bocauso they arc no* und"i stood. The best way of convert v. cooks is to tell them what ".v bnnnna can do. Here nre a fow recipes : SHAM STnAWDERRlBS. " " Tako half a dozen bananas H'l mnsh them to a pulp. Keep on mashing and adding a little castor sugar until the fruit is like clot ted crenm,: and quite smooth, with out: a lump remaining. . yhen'add II tnblespoonfnl of strawberry jam mill whisk this all up together. : Buy- twoponnyworUi of cream and whip' it. still, . If you happen to luivo ";a sparo: whito of an <OT 1,!ft over from a cake; it is a good plan to whip the-white to n sLifl sn..w< and stir' it in with the cream....

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THE FARM. LUCERNE THE WONDERFUL. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 22 May 1914

THE FARM. LUCERNE THE WONDERFUL. F. D. Coburn writes, in tho course of an article in the "Antional frand aud Irrigation Journal," (U.S.A.) : -The man who, in these days Baysy his land will not produce lucerne,-.a'.!' plant that will grow protty much ': everywhere else, casts a severe re- ; ficction, not only on himself, but on-; his land, his locality, and his State. - To say that ''any fool can grow . lucerne" is misleading, hut wlttrfalr ' treatment, nuder fairly favourable conditions, It is bringing good for- , tune to thousands of thane who' know it best and ueo a fair intelli gence in their dealings with it..,; Among its fundamental requirements is n fairly fertile soil, free from weed " seeds, in good Mlth, with a surface painstakingly fined; levellod, and smoothed. Thero is little difference between ; successful lucerne growing and . tho-'; successful growing . of other-crops. Poor forming never brings big crons* nor will poor land produce as large;/ yields as the more fertil...

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FOR KEEPING BUTTER. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 22 May 1914

KOR KBBPJNG BUTT1SH. A "Header" ; tells in. to "Puck but ter tightly in cartbersi jars to with in two or three- inches o( the top ; puck the butter, tightly ami closely. Cover with a layer of cheese cloth, then pack milt over the tup an inch or two thick, and keep a little water on top of the salt." Making the farm yield more with out increase in acreage can be done by tiBiug lucerne ami silage. These two agencies will do nu>re to increase the capacity of the land than any thing: else. Of eowrsc, it is under stood that, the dairy cow must be kept in order to get the bCBt returns from tho lucerne and nilago.

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THIS COW'S DAILY WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 22 May 1914

THIS COW'8 DAILY WORK. Tho wise dairyman hold in mind that n good dairy cow in full milk is expending as much energy as a horse at hard labour, and this without ces sation for many-months. \Vo have Iqarnod that the harder . the; horse works-tho mora? grain,>*and the less, rbnghage he must have, and: the samp is true for the cow. Jixcopt v^hen pnsture is ipod,^ a portion . of the cow's provender Hhould consist of grain or rich /concentrates, and if she is yielding) a large amount of milk, i.e., workimg extra hard, all grain should be- ground or crushed. The drv eo\y doing little work can Bubsist on ' lcs«-carcf,iilly prepare food, and all'or most may be in the form of roughage. In feeding, the aim should be to sttpph n« much rough age as the cow will readily, conaurac, a^d to. this ;wW imfttmcnt graiii or concentrates to keep tho digestible matter up to the standard »et bv the scicntlKts. -Henry.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 22 May 1914

To Advertisers NOTICE. IN oone^fuencc of Increasing Deraands-on our St*ff we have boeon compelled to make the following Kfgulations, which will be strictly adhered to. ALTERATIONS to Standing Adver tisements must reach this Office BEFORE NOON on Tuesday. MARKET Rppojta will nnfc be inserted in the subsequent issue if handed iu AFTER NOONjou Wednesday. HERBERT GOLDING,. Mercury." Proprietor. Lancefield, 29/l/'14, A Great Corrective NOT A CURE-ALL. It 18 not claimed that Br. Morse's Indian Hoot Pills are a cure-all, but as a Corrective of disorders of the Blood, Stomach, Liver, and Kidneys, they ore unexcelled. They purify the Blood* cleanse the Stomach, and put life into the Liver, and stimulate the Kidneys to perform their pro per functions, and will prevent many of the ailments so common if taken occasionally to keep the system in proper working order. In thousands of homes Dr. Morse's Indian Hoot Pills are the sole family remedy for all general complaints. Those who have never tri...

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Court Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 22 May 1914

Court Fixtures. . 'The-folWioe Rre the Police Magip trate'a days of attendance at the i ROurtR of thifl part of the Ca&tlemaine ' District' LftoccfioH-Wednesday, 11 a.m. January 21, Ft.ht uat y 18, Maivh 18 April 15, May 20, June 17. Komsey- Wednesday?, 2.30 p»nu on flanio date* na LnnceHeld, Woodend-Mondays, 3 p ra. Jan uary 12 and 26 ; F rmi'v 0 mid 23; March 9 and 23 April ; 27 , May 11 and 25. and Dunn 22. Kynefon-Tuesday*, 10 a.m. Jan oary 6, 13, and 27 ; February 3, 10, i and 24, March 3, 10, 24, and 31 ; April 7 and 28; May 5, 12, and 26 ; and June 2, 9, 23, and 30. Licensing Courts will be held BR , follows: -Lancefield district (held at i Rora»ey)-January 21, Febinary 18, March 18, April 15, May 20, and June 17. Kynefcon-Jannary 6, February 3, | March 3, April 7, May 5, and J'nie i

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MONEY IN FLYING MACHINES. THE BUSINESS SIDE OF AVIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 22 May 1914

MONEY IN FLYING MACHINES. THE BUSINESS SIDE OF AVIATION. Ig aviation n good industrial' in vestment? That is to say, ar» there good markets for aeroplanes, flying-machine factories ? Undoubt edly. -Every country in the worW ie now adding .aeroplanes to thv equipment of their navy and army. The groat Powers arc setting, up works to make their own machines and bestirring thomselves in the matter of finding the best and most reliable designs, while, according to tho ' Times,' a grot many smaller Powers, such as Turkey* Norway, Roum&nJa, Servia, Greece, Chile. Slam. etc., are also turning their attention to the new weapon Af war, and have sent over olticers to bo trained as pilots in the different flying schools of Eurojw and the Unitod States of America. While the greater Towers ore bus;, making their own machines-it is es timated that 100 aeroplanes wil! b« made by tho jlritish Oovormnen'. in the next twelve months-th» smaller countries will, for aom. years at least, have to c...

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THE DAIRY THE POT-BELLIED CALF. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 22 May 1914

THE DAIRY THE POT-BELLIED CALF. A pica in favour of the pitiful, suf fering; pot-bellied calf appears in ono of our exchanges by Mr. T. S. Coo por, the notc<l Jersey importer on<l hrqcdcr. Coming from a man who ig an accepted authority on cattlo and .who has sold moro animals at prices ranging from £200 to £300 a head than any,.;Other person, what he says and thinks are worthy of attention. Mr. Cooper says that the calf that la fed lots of whole milk and rich grains, while it looks good and is making tho growth no much dpaired liy the progressive ow^er, will in variably lay on cxcetisivo Jlegh, de velop a thick neck, heavy dewlap, coarse holies, and a bepvj bido. On tho other hand, the, 9c?awny calf 71th a pot-belly;, while it does not eboar up well in the showing, in tho ono that gets admiration vyhet) it comes into milk. It has bepti liis ..observation, that calves that suffered from scours are invariably the ones that give a good account of themselves when m...

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CHAPTER XXXIV. IN STRANGE COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 22 May 1914

CHAPTER XXXIV. IN STRANGE COMPANY. At that terrible moment, when it seemed that the slightest delay must mean enpturo and death, Dick's cour age ntid nervo did not fail him. By a quick dash Into tho shrub he might oscnpo, but ho spurned tho chanco whilo-his tusk was jot mmccompllsh ed. With splendid heroism, and with out pausing to look over his shoul der, ho thrust the blazing match Into tho nil-soaked heap of wood. Only a touch was needed. A great name roared and hissed In his taco as ho sprang backwards from under tho tower. Ho had triumphed, and In his elation ho folt no fear ; ho sv'as rockless of consequences now. Ho wheeled round to sen the throe men from tho hut led by Montejo, bonr iiiff down upon him with savago cries. Tt was too- late to run, nud Dick, determined to make as good a fight for bis lifo an possible. At his foet lay one of tha faggots-a - thick and heavy ono-and ho stooped quickly and graspod it. His hat was pulled well down in front, and his back was to the f...

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CHAPTER XXXIII. A CRITICAL MOMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 22 May 1914

I CHAPTER SXXm. r A CRITICAL MOMENT. , po lar all promised well. Tbo time for action was at hand, and it found Dick with steady nerves and unfal tering courago. He moved about the room for a few moments, purposely making noiso enough to bo heard bo low. On somo hooks behind a cur tain hung various garments belong ing to the doctor, and from tlicso he selected a linen Jacket of the kind worn on the island, and a soft hat that concealed his fonturos. In ad dition he took at random a dozen other articles of clothiug, and tossed them on tho bed. Then ho blew out the enndtes, and in the semi-darkness of the room ho put on tho Jacket and bat, removed his shoes, and thrust them into his side pockets. Next he rcconnoltered from the two windows, watching and listening for a timo at each. The street that led towards Government House seemed empty, though hero and there a light flashed across it. Down in tho little court thcro was an unbroken gloom and silcnco, and tho town itself was far less ...

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(All Rights Reserved.) THE Secret Island. A Story of a Strange and Exciting Adventure. PART 12. CHAPTER XXXII.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 22 May 1914

(All Righto Reserved.) --T Hi : ' Secret Island Story Of a Strange and Exciting Adventure. ? By W. Murray Graydon, Author of "Matthow Quin," "Tho Curso of the Cardcws," etc., oto. PAHT 12. CHAPTER XXXII.-(Continued.) The girl's sober words hud brought him to earth nt:n(ti, and banished his short-lived hopes nnd oxultatlon. Ifo felt Ills air-castlos tumbling about Mm in ruins. "ft is hotter lo face the worst," I.ucllle continued, sadly. "There is no thought ot danger in the town, though the people aro excited, Jason r.oro believes these men-of-war have '.md tho island by chance, and that .:y Me not sure it is the place thoy nro scoking. Ho has already given orders that no fires Bhall be lighted. The guns arc , masked, and from tho srn the fortress looks like a bnrron cltn. So the ships will probably sail nround the island for a day or two -they, ain't get through the outer rcef-and when they find no trace of liumon occupation-thoy will go away again," | "Yes, I am afraid thoy will " ...

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Constantinople. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 22 May 1914

Constantinople. There ia no capital la the world, mod, |wKap$«<TQO city, -that c«n t» .approached .so magnificently as Constantinople. Tbe railway exists, -tit .course, < and coa deposit you, jsnys^a "Telegraph" correspondent, in t)ie raw.cold of a misty, morning ^pon'theVclaaizny quays of tho ter* ?snmus^s "rnlaorably . as anywhere; bi* tKe~way to approach Constant rt^popta is by sea,, ami a traveller T«$»ho boa not moved in round Che ^Seraglio, on a late overling, has -missed one ci the sights of the -world. By a chance, says tbe torrespon* Ktent, it is almost necessary to -3noke your aa trance into the Goi -den Horn at or about this magic ,-liour. No ship is pormitted to pas9 -through tho Dardanelles except by day, and as it takes soma twelve hours' steandng to roach the Bon phorus in one of tbe under-powered x iinors that serv* this route, the pro ' babilfty 3a that the visitor will make his first acquaintance with Con stantinople ns the s«n is slriking t&g...

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A Scotch Fisherman's Escapade. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 22 May 1914

A Sertoli Fisherman's Escapade. A prominent object to the Yar mouth visitor la the naval column standing on the South tones, which wae erectcd nearly a century ago' in memory of the gallant hero of Trafalgar. It consist* of . fluted column .AboUt 130ft. high, ascended from the inside by a flight of 270 step9» 'the top of the raonumont itself Im ping crowned with a figure of Bri tannia, whose outlines loom up -.against the sky-line for many miles -around, Thl« Nelson pillar many years ago *waa the scene of an extremely fool fcih escapade on'tlic part of one of the Scotch fishermen who at this season of the year visit the famous ''bloater" town in large numbers. More daring than his fellows, this son of Scotia, on Novcml>er 21, ? 3675, having ascended tho figure of {Britannia. and clasped, his arms ' jirpuad her: neck. Not.-content with thlV "hazardous feat, :;.he then took off his shoes and proceeded to make his descent by the iightriing'-conduc tor on the outside of the column. M...

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A WHITE EXILE. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 22 May 1914

A WHITE EXILE. A myaterioun white man, who hM dved tho life of an exile in the wilds of the (Jppcr Congo for over thirty year®, wav found by Mr. Ste wart, who has been travelling through the Congo. "Thle man," states Mr. Stewart, "was the most mysterious individual 1 have over met. We enmo upon him one even ing After we had been walking through the forest for twelve hours, and were soaked to the skin by a terrlblo storm of rain accompanied by thunder unci lightning. Wo march* (Mi in thf direction in which wo thought, the village ought to be situated, when we saw the figure of nn elderly tiian coming towards us. Tho carrier*, who were in front, shouted that It was a white man ; but when ho came near he shouted In the languuge of the natives, and indeod he could speak that tongue better than English. He took us to tho village We were searching fbr, and we then discovered that he was a sort of king among the peoplo. "That night we. spoke to him as we sat round the camp fire before the ...

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Strange Timepieces. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 22 May 1914

Strange Timepieces. "To ascertain the time at ntgfct ~the Apache Indians employed a gourd on which the -stars of -the heavens were marked. As the con stellations rose 4n the sky, the In dian referred to his - gourd and found .out the honr. The hill people of Assam reckon ?*tlmo and disttvnee by the mistlter of quids, of botelnurts chewed. It will be remembered -how1, accord ing to Washington Irving. the IHjtch Colonial Assembly was. in variably dismissed at the lost puff ?or the third pipe of -tobacco of Go vernor Wouter Van Twiller; who .occupied tho chair. . s " :r~ A Hontagnis Indian of Canada trill set up a tatl -atick in the «now when travelling ahead of friends .who are to. follow, lie marks -with his foot tho line of shadow Kant, and by <hc change of the Angle of the shadow -the otvcomiog f>arty can tell* on arriving at the epot, about how far ahead th* lender is. It is now flvo years since wome. were, elected . to the Parliament' o\ Finland, and a quarter of a ...

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