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

London Wool S^les, iDalgofcy and iCo*, regarding the jop-nintr of the third perie* of London .vn »t nnlpfl, r«p*":' .:-A Rfioiig di'mmid. i«t hiffhor itienirt<»H and fine «croRj>brod» np.J'I Vo'Jr) pnr lb. The ad-ywnun' in value* wnr foiv owini»:to the Rlmvtrtv!" of ntt.tjk* tin Gioat.'Britain and the Ktron^-rnp*' cenmptivo demand from Auier.uvu G'ITr ^o|i«, which form a good Ktstnd«rd »k rt^ardfl the b»rlk of bho Au.shralijui1 merino. olin» have not been <deurer .ainuo ihuiboom of 1909., ' 1 iProaont prices aro fully jjuRtified,^ (boinK the result of supply K.ndde-; .Tn&mi, tine), n» a substantial decrease: riu production from Auafcra'laeiu daring: i .tbo coming syear iU aR*ujrer\, t-b^r-e ja' .ovury reason -to a*»u*ne that present' jpricuB will >be .marotaitvsd* urik'Ks, of icourtte, eotnertiing .uxuforeasen happens jtoupaetvfcrrtde. KJnfortuuatoKy, the reason ia a v-ery i ,patchy one &nd orer 44 Jarj^e anftH of. Australia hbo oufcbol: i...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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The Gun. KING'S BIRTHDAY SHOOTS. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 22 May 1914

I The Gun: KING'S BIRTHDAY SHOOTS. Judging ty tbs good attendance at a ting of the Caacefietd Gun Club Wednesday evening, it fa going to nrish. The meatuigSf t^as hold at " Shnmrook .Hotel, vO'tid tho pro ent (Mr R. A". Colliver)' presided. J, Brintow, who with Mr P. inoRue '9 B hon. seo., said It 0li be sfl well to let thorn'know they stood.. The receipts had £1115s 6d, and the expenditure 10s; "o they wore aboat £6 U£, When he was' in town he look to see how they kept their and Mr Cook said it wan no t; they used prepared food, (gad no trouble in keeping staYI Slr Briatow was authorised to , tjin »supply of tho food, Bristow said he supposed it pretty well understood that they to have a shoot on Monday, 6 (King's liirthday). On the otioa of Mr T. Sbanahan, seconded Mr J: T, Hunnigan, it was decided club's next shoot bo on that FThe Secretary aaid aome of them ?ought 'it won Id ba a good idea to ave a towns' match, and invite teams [four or five from suburban clubs. w»8 decided to ...

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

The Education Problem, i The Australian Catholio Federation is issuing ri leaflet on Eduontion in Viotoria, and' arranging, for public meetings boing hold at the important centres to place Gatholio educational olaims before the public. The Federa tion claims that n justsystem of State, education should bo acceptable to tlio whole of the Citizons who have to contribute towards its cost. During i he 40 years that the present system has been in vogue, Catholic taxpayers have roaeived no return for £4,500,000 contributed by thom towards educa tional expenditure. . Tliny have also appended on their own schools over £2,000,000, and they ask that for the seoftlar instruotioh imparted to child" rep in Catholio schools, an allowance be made out of the moneys Catholio taxpayers have contributed to provide free ednoation for their children. The Federation emphasises tlio point that it does not dosire any payment for religious instrnction given in Catholio sohools. The Federation is strongly op...

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

Latieefield Coursing Club. 8SA80N 19U. , Tuaa&ay. 2Gth May LA.NOBFIELD TRIAL STAKS h UNLIMITED Nmra>>er of Dogs at ?£! la each. Membor-ihip 5j. J. Ghomr, Judge, Nami&atiaa* close 8.30 p.m, Draw iiu* taadutely afterwards at Mack's Hotel. ?. MINOGUB, Commercial Hotel, | Hoo. Sea. . SVVKAR8 Blf IT. a little grandchild Oluo was attacked MtU bcuuchitia a mi.nothing I tried did her .uy guod," says Mrs K. Huiulifeu, 18G Tftb. ojau Street, Newtown, N.Z, " Haviug Boon Chamborlain's Cough JBomcdy advurtiacd as boiug most offtiotivo lu tho treatment oi oroachitiB i thought I would try* it, I did .o and it gave hur immediate relief from thu flret doao. tfow I swear by Chamberlain's vough Uemedy*" ttold by all ctoiaift tft an Life in full of toil uud iroublo. If you raako it so, And one's worries all seom double When you welcomo woe. Don't be always cucetiug sorrow, Look the other way; Ynk« Woods' Peppermint Cutfc to-uorrow-. Twi'II be hrljhr an<i gaj, SECRET OK ...

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

I Seep Dipping Act. At the Lttncetield Court of Potty SeaisuDHon WedneadAy, before Mr. A. Barlow, P. M., anil Messrs Mark Foy and J. Dorriok, J's.P., Edgar Vin cent was ohurged by Jobu S. Bun tine, inspector under the Shoep Dip ping Act of 1909, with failing to obny the provisisns of SeotioD 4 of the Aot. The section says sheep mast bu dipped immediately aftor shearing, and that lambs mast also be dipped. Defendant pleadod guilty, and said the sheep got away and got mixed with others. The minimum poualty of £1, with 22.1 unfitp, was imposed.

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Joint Engineer. MR THOS. EWING RECOMMENDED [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 22 May 1914

joint engineer. MR THOS.' KWING Itb6oMMENBE0 I ?IiiMt' Monday. afternoon ruprt»pen tati«©H-f»om the Hhiren of LtnceHeM ami UomHuy met to consider applica tmnH-fortha ponUiosi of engineer \o tho ah<iv« sbi-rop, at* retainin<r fee of £22 per milium, ami a commission of 5 tier cent, on works completed -sud 2i per cent. (iq the estfnmted cost of works for. which Hpenifications a»e i prepared but which are not. proceeded with. Tin? rit?ht of '.-private ptucMne i wuh hIpo ' allowed There were prefc Of, Bivdy.. (chairman),.Ooolc ; mill Wilson (ftomsey); Hurley, John : «to» and . Homphill ( Laneefield); also i Iht.» Romany Shire Secretary (ilr il. 10. While). ; Koar applications were considered from Mennw. Thos. Bwing -(Tyldon), Robert Lock {Woodend)., J. S, Greg ory (dV.ICiMa), and J. A. Grifliths Bast Malvero). , On the motion of* Oa Cook and Harley the conference decided, unanimously, to recommend the appointment of Mr Ewing to the position. The recommendation will ...

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

Vehiela Accident. On Sunday evening Mr. E. Gall- pen and Mr W. Houlihan jnr. were driving along the Lance- field-Romsey road in a jinker, and when opposite Mr T. Parks the horse stumbled over a stone and fell. The occupants of the vehicle were thrown out, Mr. Gallpen having a bone broken in his left forearm, and Mr Houlihan escaping with a slight cut on the head. One shaft was broken. Mr Gallpen's injury was attended to by Dr. Murdoch. Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, For Coughs and Colds, never fails 1s.6d.  

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The Writing on the Wall. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 29 May 1914

I Ihe Writing KMI the Wall. When <ihe ihand appeurad on the ofthe ©abylooian [palaae, Daniel ^loutikeo\lld .fceVl the &ing ft hat the ad vertisement vwaa <to 'the iGffect that -ho wafl "done ml" It foardly needed an interpreter to imalce out t-he following, scrawled <by -some -siltboater on the "Wall of a fligb-fltroet establishment! aaoribod fto' Shakespeare;, when it I \feix) inspired by the shade o* Burus, which eoeoas *t© $>© very .ttotiv© of late;-. flreath there «ome men with *ouls «o dead Who always to tiwcselwe bavo said This i» nay own, fay native town," ind dooetboir beat to pull it dowa? Yoa,tiio» > . ^Jsh'Wd anil lips aro black .as ink, Taeir eoule within thorn tairly atink ; And &a they slowly downward aiak Tbft ^etU uq(1b the mi»ein^ link Between man aad wonkey, TJo ftp o who with hU left hnd take* 'k0 right hind swiftly makes Jh® blow that should it r«*oh its waik Would gtab tho donor in tbo dark ! -'Shftkespcare....

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Wages in South Africa. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 29 May 1914

Wages in South Africa. *-?- ' South Africa is perpetually /ac6tj with the problem of keeping Ry 170,000 coloured workers in order. The whlto mjnero naturally dislike lliQ natlvo labourers, becauso thoir proflonco tonds to kwp down the rate of wages. For somo tlmo it has been an understood thing between masters and men In the Transvaal thnt na tives should not conipoto with whites in occupations that demand Bkillixl labour. No black was therefore nl lowed to'bocomo'an engineer, car penter, stonemason, or bricklayer. Gradually tho door la being opened, and the Transvaal whites feel that they will shortly be forced to work on tho BAinft footing as tho natlvo, Just na follow-whltea in tho Capo Trovlnco already do. At present in tho Transvaal a while miner receives about iil por day of eight hours, whilst tho native gots less thnn £1 per week, and \H made to work inoro hours. No coloured man Is allowed to hold a blasting certificate, although many of them could do tho work aa elllelcntly...

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False Economy. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 29 May 1914

/False Economy, At 'the meeting of the Pyriloag' <cnuuail the Prenidont referred to the iprtipiiSftl «to «reduc6 the Pya'onir <m«»tuited .countable to;bicycl« work/ 'Ho noticed *bafc (ho police at Kiltuon?, fcondford and "Wallen bad :tWir, Ihm-ses trfken from them and :had to «Use bicydeR. The -council bud «con ; sidoniblo difficulty in trotting 'frbo ify'dong police etution re-opened, and;1 .thoy nhould protest against tbu1 inuovHtion. <Cr. Sbnnaban wiid it^ '"m absurd to aak a constable tc» do1 all of his work in flooh country at .Pynlong on ,a bicycle. The President finoved that the >co operation of the Silniore, Merriang, JBroadford and ^nuefield ehires bo-soag'ht to proteHt -QJMumt the decision of the *uper 'iQteudont of ipolioe in withdrawing 4bo horses ffrorn 'mounted -conflfc*bli*«,! *od 'the 'member ifor the ii«triot >he I '^ked ito -support Che protest.-1{>. ? nihaiifiihan ^eoondod.-(Carciad. Ad-.

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Longest Aerial Cableway. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 29 May 1914

Longest Aerial Cabieway. A rem&rkoblq. aerial cable way, about- 75 miles long, is soon to he. built across tho mountain barriers separating tho famous Vnlc of Kash mir, in tho Indian mitivo Stole of Kashmir,>. /roiriy tho plains of the Punjab. . It will bo by*fur the long est cabloway in tho world, says a eoriHtilm\.reporfc omthiirsubjeet; tho longest nt -present .being one o( twonty-two miles' in Argontinn. Thu phflLs Ofv constructing an ordinary railway * into . KashmU* 1ms been pro nounced impracticable on account of tho loose ~ conglomerate nature of the soil. In this part of tho Hima layas, winch causes innumerable slips and the falling of huge boulders into Kashmir, extending about 4i00 miles between Rawalpindi and Srin ngnr, was only built with ibotfivat est difficulty, and with much Ions of life duo to slips; whilo its mnintc nnncc costs tho Kashmir Govern ment about £100 a mile per annum, chiofly spent in repairing slips nn'l bridges., 'Tho projected enbhuvny is ...

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Pyalong Shire Council. Monday, May 18. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 29 May 1914

I pyalong Shire Council. Monday, May Present;-Crs. Figgins'(president), (jfcMinliiolds, Cook, Hayes, Patergon, Qiifii», Sbauab«n and lHalpin. * Tlio Trnaanry forwnrdod £53 as m,iralont for licenoDB, and the Pnblio «$ot'kn JJopHrtniant £175 .on aooouct flf-cliined-roada. .* . Tho Shiro dl Newtoam and Wood .and wrotoinviting delegates to a cotl .fcrmrco ro!Wie'Cnontry Roads Board, .whofe operations they.. jheld wo'ro <|otriniorJtfil tn the interests of local jfnvcrnmiiiit. Tho 'Engineer said he', tried to Bet the board to visitPyulong, liut'tlio Board wn6 jnst finishing the JJjrth .Eastern district. They came "s fur .is Boundary Flat," on the Jlclvor iroad, and would probably visit I'yalonff in a few weeks' lime.-' Jfn notion. J, Parker, Glooarona, -soaght -a ro dactiort 'in tho rent 'for 'Vrateffronlege tn Mollisori's -Creek, owing to the ,a,nd washing over the land.- J'he ?Department'to be asked to make it i Ifredaclion of one-half, Klir.abt.th Kerr, Glonoroua, who wrotoi...

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GIGANTIC FISH. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 29 May 1914

GIGANTIC FISH. , I The year 1913 -will long bo re membered Among salmon anglors ns that in which the biggest salmon caught in a Scottish rivor for 28 years wns landed. Tho fish, which whs caught in tho'Tweed - towards tho end of tho - year, scaled -5Mb. four hours after being landed, and is tho heaviest taken from -that river, sinco 3880, when ono ' of r/7$1fo. wns caught by Mr. I'ryor from the TMiko of. Roxburgho's water,. If tho ' rccentjy-landcd > lish had been weighed immediately after copturo, It is estimated- that tho fish would have attained closc upon 071b:, for tho longer such-- a fish" remains. out of tho water the lighter it becomes. At nil -events, tho Scotch GR-poun der * wns tho largest : rod-killed * sal mon~of the Tweed Htnco 1880, al though 'it nhould lie pointed out that a' salmon weighing 58U).. was also takon in the Alton lliver, Norway. Anglers tell many thrilling stories of the 'struggles they have to land a 401b. or 501b. salmon, but it must be tamo sport c...

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Conrsing. THE TRIAL STAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 29 May 1914

Cohrsing. THE TRIAL STAKES. Tho oourBing season opened in LauoeGald on Tuesday maar. aus piciously. The eyent was tho Lance tield Trial iitakeB, with £9 fur tho winner, £4 for the runner-up, and a golden googlie (or two other dogs The entry of 16 dog* e«u be cou sidered good, for tbo opening meet ing, and bares being plentiful, tbo coursing was got through in the one day. Mr J. Cloiiey acted as judge, an not ovon the losers cavilled at his delusions. Mr R. Kd wards' acted efficiently as slip Steward, and Mr T, Skehan. -as. slipper:' The meeting brought a good ;giany visitors to Lancefield, who were cordially we. loomed by the secretary (Mr P, Miuo'gne) and seemed to thoroughly enjoy- their visit. The day wbb inisty, but. Comparatively fine, uud. the spore was ns keen as the air, The winner turned up in .Junction Lubb, in a course which was a fitting conclusion . to u good day's sport. - Stella B.r who won at,Shepparton and bad a puppy win in his class there, was runner np, and was r...

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ARMY SLANG. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 29 May 1914

ARMY SLANG. There is more slang, among ^oldiers than one would find nt rill the schools in England. Some amusing examples wore given by Corporal 1'. \t. King, of the 2nd Life C wards, in tho Household itrigmto Magazine." A. "Tom Clnrko" Is ft swab, and it also a kiss. Ifcncc otic may hear a soldier refer to "Tom Clarking his straight missus," which means kit ing his protective bride. Nobody knows who the original TUtn Clake was. "A touch of the Lawrcncc" means a fit of Inziness. A pennyworth of bread and cheeso is known as a "rimer" for sailia in scrutable reason, and tea is "dirty 'ot." Meat, is "saddle flap." To "put half a gauge on" »tny thing is to do work for a man for sixpence, which may have some ron neclion with the fact thart. n half gallon can is known as "half a gmwje. A mini wcadnic n nmfllcr is in "burniur order," ami is open to Die i|iii'stii)ii, " here mo the ferrets'.'" If niiyoHO ; lins an unpleasant sur prise he "drops nhiml, seventeen holes." Should you ".i,'ree w...

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Football. JUNIOR MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 29 May 1914

Football. JUNIOR MATOU. The Lancefield J auirirn .will again try conclusions with the Kilmoro Aa sumption College tenm It-morrow in tlio Pu.-k. Players mo requested to bo an the ground at. 2.15, as play com mences punctually ut 2.45, aB ibe college lads wish to get lioioe early. A. few hinls.for the locals 1, Piny tlio ball, aud Dot tlio man, 2. Dm't hang ou to your man, and (buck men) paste it on to your memory-don't, forget to mind your man,.' It. would also bo wcllto ovotcieo a liti lu judg ment in sbootini" for Rniil. The Wycheproof shire council has installed dectric lighting at Sea Lake, having a loan'of £l, 500 from the State ' Savings Bank.

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SPECIAL SALE AT KILMORE. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 29 May 1914

' / SPECIAL SALE AT KILMORB. - Peirssn, Rmve, Smith rind Oo. in COD* junction with Gsboru mid Hudson report having hold ft special sale At Kiltnoreon ThnrmJay last, the 2Ut insi,, when 100G1 sheep nnd 188 cattle wero yardod. There wafija very largo attendance of buyers. Of the total number ymded G172 sheep and i!7 cattle were sold, the following being the prinoinul priced obtained 270 xbred owes, y-Lootb, English l.ek'cster joined in January, IGi 7d ; 224 xhrcd ewyi 4 aud C tooih, Lincoln rams joined 1st Kebruury, 20a lid ; 200 xbred eweaG aud 8 \ooth, SUrop shire rams joiued in Docembcr, 22B 5d; 192 xbred ewes, 16a 2d ; 102 xbred ewe«6 tooth, Shropshire rams joined end January, 2(ia 2d ; Kitf ubred owes 6 tooth, -Shrop shire rums joined middle Jaauary, 20a and 20a 3d; 112 xbred eyes 6 tooth, Kngiiah Leicester rams joined ill February, 19s Id; 112 xbred ewes 6 ami 6 tooth, Lincoln rains joined in Jaunary, 15a 8il; 109 xbred ewcts U nud 8 tooth, English Leicester rams joined January,...

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LANCEFIELD RAILWAY. MELBOURNS TO LANCK[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 29 May 1914

ILANCEFIELD . -BAlLWAlJ MELBOURNB TO L&KCMBUF. . A.H. Melbourne ... ...dep. 6.40 Lixncefiold Junction arr. 8.14 tir.p. 8.55 Bolinda ... § § Moncgcfcta ... ... § § North Monegette ... §. § Romsey 10.10 Lanccfjoid ... arr. 10.25 Melbourne dtp 5.42 IisQoefield Junction arr 7.10 dtp 7.18 EomBcjr... ...\. 8 ~ L&ncefield ... ... arr j$.15 ? On Sattordftjro, thin train, leaves, Melbourne at 0.30 and reaohes Lan<j&' field at 93 p.m. IlAKOKflKLD TO MeLBODIU(G. " A* Dancefield... ." 1 ... dep. 7:40 Romsey ... ...7.55 Lancefield Janction arr 8.2t, d«p 8.41 Melbourne.., ." > ... ...9.45 fa. Lancefield ... . ... ... dep.5.0 Rorasey ... / .... 5.25 Lancefield J emotion - arr. 6.11 Melboame ... ...arr. 7.27 Distance from Laauefield to Melbotirno, 45} mil.'a . Height of Lancefield abova the sea level, '1661 reet. . . IiANCCTIRLD RAILWAY. Faros.-LancoHoId lo Melbourne-(ordin. ary fares)-1st class: single 7B, return lis; 2nd: single 4s 8(1, .return 7a G»!. Holday...

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ROMSEY MONTHLY MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 29 May 1914

KOMSEY MONTHLY MARKET. McPhail Bros, aud Co. roport haviag held tbeir usual monthly sal6 as above ou^Mon day last, 8th inst,, when 591 head of cattle wero submitted to a large ntteudauce, in* eluding exporters and several buyers ffom diatant parts, who, with the locals, operated freely, ami every lot was keenly competed for, Prices ruled exceptionally hijjh foriflll elucBCfl, and the general opinion was that this sale was the best over held iu tho oiatrict, A'hich, with the previous good sales shows that Kornsey is still upholding its reputation as one of the best euntraljcouutry markets of tho State. The stuck yarded represented all the (surrounding districts, including Lnneeticld, Wooileud, Riddell, Newhara, Hcskut, Darrawoitguiiu, Spring* Held, Sunbury, etc. Springers, beat sorts, made from £8 to £!) 10s; others to ,£G 10s; sprlMginp heifers, to £7 ; backward euw», to £6 10i; backward heifers, 10s to £o 2s tid; fat cows, .£7 15a to £9 5s; fleshy sorts, to £610* ; xood store cow?,...

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THE DISTRICT COURTS. (1911). [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 29 May 1914

THE DISTRICT COUHTs . (19U). I The Police Magistrate (Mr A, Barlow) attends the following courts on the daya specified, PETTY SESSIONS. Castlemaine-Every Friday, . 10 u.ro except fourth Friday in month. Kyneton--Every Tuesday, nt 10 a.m., except third Tuesday in month. Daylesford-Every Wednesday, at 10a.m. except third. Wednesday in the month. Maldon-First and third Mondays in the month, at 11.30 a,m, s Trentham-First and third Thursdays in month, at 10.30 a.m. Wcodeod--Second and fourth-Mondays in month at 3 p.m. ' - Chewton-First Friday in month at 3p.m. Taradalo-First Tuesday in month at 3 p.m. Fryewtowo-Second Saturday in month at 10 a.Da, ? . - . Malmsbnry-Second Tuesday in month at 2,45 p.m. Sunbury-Fourth Friday Id month at 2 p.m. Blackwood-Second Thursday in month at 10 a.m. Gisborne-Fourth Thursday in month .at 10a,m. Glenlyon-Ifirafc Wednesday in month at 2.30 p.m. Lancetield-Third Wednesday in month tt 11 a.m. Romsey-Third Wednesday in month at 2.30p.m. LICENSING COURT. C...

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