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NOTES FROM VARIOUS SOURCES. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 29 May 1914

NOTES FftOlt VARIOUS SOURCES. UATJ Douglas, an Indiaa 'spreaat girl, a^ W«3tnwai|. a. wfcurb of .Jteatrad, ha* «bld th# Canadian court tbat .*. «m on*' qf ft £pnd ot . girls wnplofed bjr a tau to rob j their empHyort. Tti* nan got ttu i gfrt# situations. anil theo they wer# Instructed to learn what YaluafcAes the** wore in th*. house, .and ta tare them abmit handy to the thief. 1 Tftvy were also to let the man in. Th# girl 'co»f«*®e< to stealing til* *er, and 1* under remand while the , police bunt the Fagin. The Vienna correspondent of the "I^etit Parlslen" telegraphs the re markable rumour there that the King ot Italy wishes to take the title of Roman Emperor now that Italy has obtained Tripoli from Ihe Turks. The Italian Government ifl said to be of opinion, that tfce inter national preatlge .ol Italy will he enhanced by the restoration of the Imperial dignity. Tight skirts are Warned for tht, bankruptcy of the Jackson-Hack Maaelacturtog Compaay, of New York City, on© ...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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UP AGAINST THE JUDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 29 May 1914

TJJP AGAINST THE JUUGB-. -He was & Scottish advocate, &n4 Hn hie pleading' Ire' hart seiroral time® ipronouneed the word 'icnow" for ""©hough." '-"Mr.--the Judge remarked at length, "in England we oound the "".wi^h ' oe . uff* - . enufT/ not . " yerra wcel, ma lord.*' continued ithc* flplf-poBseHHcd pleader, "of this ;-We fcave suid enufT ; and I.come, ma 2ord,4 to the subdivfeion ^of the land an-dfaputc. It waa .apportioned ma HorxJ, .into what In Rnglnnd would jbc'cnllcd' pluahuid-a pluHlanfl being afi r< «'li land Af» a plufTman cam - tiite day, and iriuffmen-*.' J.u,. lis lordship could not wltb «tiund -rendy rcpnftoo, and burst -into o litugh, spying--' ."Prjy proceed. Mr- * -we know ' enow ' of the Scottish- - language *o understand your oncumonts/* ; In Melbourne DO Sunday pAp«n .are permitted, DO hotele are flowed .to o;;ea their bars froto midnight oa Saturday r until Moalay.. .morning, . and anything / driving. part- a tflaie ?jot worship at a Ua...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 29 May 1914

|;To Advertisers NOTICE. IN consequence of Increasing Demands our Staff we bare bfcon compelled to the foilowion Regulations, which will strictly adhered to. ALTERATIONS to Standing Adver tilementa nnil reach this Office BEFORE NOON on Taeaday. MARKET Reports will ant be inserted in the subnoqucnt issue if handed in AFTER NOON ton Wedn-Bdajr. .HERBERT GOLDIKG, Mercnry." Proprietor. Lancf; field, 29/l/'H. CAUSED BY BILIOUS C.' Nothing is more "worry:;;t. Pie. especially ladles, then to", their complexions spoiled by. plea and blotches. These tirt'lnu ably due to poor condition ol the blood, caused by a disordered liv^r not performing Its functions, and a remedy that *111 sot the llrer right W consequently the only -thing to free one from these disfiguring and painful eruptions. An excellent In stance of the efficacy of Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills as a blood puri fying remedy is related by Miss Vio let Bayley, of 3 Moores Street, off Botany Rd.. Alexandria, N.S.W., who writes:-"just...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Court Fixture. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 29 May 1914

Court Fixture*!. Tho following nrttho Polieo Maffip trnto's dayH of attendnoco at the courts of thin part of .the Cagtlomaiiie Dial'ict:- . . LanceSeld-Wednesdays, 11 a.m. Jannary-21, February 18, March IS April IS, May 20, Jane 17. Boraaey- Wednesday*,' 2.30 p.m. on lame dates on Lancefield, Woodend-Mondays, 3 pm. Jan uary 12 Bnd 26 ; Fobrnary 9 and 23; March 9 and 23 April ; 27 , May 11 aod 25. and Jnne22. Kyneton-Tuesdayn, 10 a.m. Jan nary 6, 13, and 27 ; February 3, 10, and 24, March 3, 10, 24, and 31; April 7 and 28; May 5, 12, aod 26 ; aod June 2, 9, 23, and 30. Licensing Conrrs wilj. be held br follownLancefleld district (hold at Bom«ey)-January 21, February. 18, March IB, April 15, May 20, and Jane 17. Kynetoft-Jsnnary 6, Fobrnary 3, March 3, April 7, May 5, and Juno

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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WHY ACID STOMACHS ARE DANGEROUS. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 29 May 1914

WHY ACID STOMACHS AEffi DANGEROUS. "Scientific Reports," May:; Acid in the stomach is d'tn^eroun and fre-* quently faul, -because acid from its; corrosive nature bag a oatnral tendency to destroy tbe mucous lin» ing of the stomach it.solf. No one intentionally .swallows hydrochloric acid, but it is often present iu large quantities as the result of food fer mentation in -6ho -stomach resulting from the chemical action, which so frequently ifollowe /the eating of the daintiest and most tasty foods or the, indulgence in any form of alcoholicj stimulants! inclading beer, wine,' liqueut*, .-etc. Tbifl lerrueotation j causes pain, aneHsinanRatid discomfort, boca«i8H of the acid which 'burns >lik«! » ml-hot iron, and the formation of. gas v/hich distends (ho stomach., cimih it»e: short nesRof'breH-fch and palpitation of the heart, 'ffhe trouble being, eutiiely duo to tfho unnatural con-; dition of stomach contents, and not: in any 'way 'to tho'fHiilt of the stomach < itself,...

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St. Pauls' Romsey. THE NEW VICAR. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 29 May 1914

fit- Pauls' Romsey. THE NEW VICAR. The Rev. F. H, King, who hails from Wfttftonp, Saskatchewan, Canada, wan introduced to his parishionero last Friday >evenipg, the 22nd inst, by fcbe Itev. R. J. fi, ?Haymen.* The church was filled, and, in the course of his remarks, fcho Rev. Haymon exhoited tho Anglioans proseut to bo loyal to their new vicar. HP was later on in the ovoninfi "welcomed in" at b social in tho Mechanic^' Institute. Tho local Presbyterian minister, the Rov. R. A. Green, was present, and, on be-' half of the Horasoy Presbyterians, I extended the "glad Imcd" to his new} brother minister, .and expressed the. hope r-hat his work in his new pariah would be peaceful and umrfnl. He (thb Bpoaker) reCngnisH, ana trusted] all present did il>« *>irru\ t.huio was much to do in this district for the Glory of God. Ho considered. 'Mr* 'King would receive tho hearty HupjKirtwnd Royalty of hia flock, (Ap pUuse). The now «vicar, in a pleasant little speech, thanked one and all...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 29 May 1914

Atictions. A.damson,Strettle and Co., )?r«p. Ltd., STOCK & RTATtON AGENTS Victoria Horse Bazaar, BOURSE ST., MELBOURNE, Hold aato« of Hor«os Ht tlio Bn'/anr overj '' Wednesday. (Vt Nowmatket SHHI3P-Tuqmhja: FAT G ATT I .E-WodncRflajo. At'Corporation Mirkot PTOS & CALVES-Thnrodnys. DAlifY &BTOREOATTUE-Friflayn Land and Clearing Sales con ducted in anj part of-the State. Lancefield Market First Monday'ta Each Month. Full information can be obtained from thoir represoatativo, A. J, O'CALLAGHATSf, Luaoofiuld Olfioc-High Sbreot, fFarms !For 9alo and* To Let. Insurances Effected. Loans Negotiated. Monday- 1st June, '14. LANCEFIELD MAKKET. A DAMSON. STHKTTLE & CO. PTY. <LTD. will hold their iirimI monthly Bale aa rtbove, wliGU'fchqy will havo for ward about .300 liead Cattle, Comprising milker?, springers, dairy heifers, fab and store "bullocks, .etc. 700 Sheep, In-liaea, 300 fat lambs T50 xbred weaners &00 .comeback wethera for ward crmdi...

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Pattern of Becoming Evening Dress. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 29 May 1914

-Hv«rrl»dr'« Journal" Pat t«rn No. 17* 'i-cut 1b Bxn»i«j modium, &&? UrfO. Pattern of Becoming Even- j ing Dress. i This simplo little cveoing dross will np pofti diroctly to tbo averngo woraau. It will look cSocitvc taario up of soft &jfk and shadow-lace. It rcprasoote *' ICvorylady1' Joura&l" Pattern Na 174-out in three flizea -small, medium, aod Urge sizes, Thin pattern may bo bought fcr nioo poiico from local pattern ajjoiit, or wili be BCftt: post' ty, any address jfnioo ponoo In stnmpH 'In Rent t»> Dent. "A." "Uvorylady'tt Journal," 376 .Suiinxtou Street, Melb<uruo.' . State number of pattora aud aiio required. J£ a penny tttatnp in sont to above addies*, u 4S-pujje catalogue will bo sent t»\auy reader Who 8epd'froe catalogue,"

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TALK WHILE EATING. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 29 May 1914

TALK VHtLK EATIRO, 1 I ~ I "Wtxo. I m * Httt» bo*," «kld « physician net long ag*, ** mf tnotber chlfetf mis for laughing ukl talking at th« table with, air e*» *in. Visiting her at %tus time wa$ « fjioBd of mother's who bad bW <ai Invalid for tfcnragfc dfr» jpopsia. "jL*t vm mtk you,1 »a!fl the inva lid . to my Bother, 'oovar tm chtf« :your children for talking And laugh ?ing' nt the table.. Lot them chafctor .nd Joke and giggle *itd. talk all they, care to. When I wis a little «irt noM at us children were «!. Ho wed to say a word, at thetable, *cxcept perhaps to demure*? ask to - haw something passed. _A*d *«rery on of us children becmn* dyspeptics. I am thoroughly «m Vlnced that our lock ot the pcivi lege of talking duriag mealfl, wbicb innrio them solemn and half-bated .occasions, was fully responsible fof *11 our after years nOortag with .^Jyapepsieu' " The physician vent on to dattarc -.;that all this was quite tru^, that ifcot only children, but people of oJ) r-nft...

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ONLY A SPOT. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 29 May 1914

ONLY A SPOT. ' Defcira Mim Dimark wwnitmt "ad til* UMFT OF Kara**..KM nude* united OIRMMF. n ton :HM* pTW clpaUtle* usoti ta MTTMOF . tranMart by stopping. Uu» - U iMt im tier* until fkajr had aMisfiart l&a Custom Buum ilwuxlu. A Yankta oaca M til* ea»la«a . ^loppwt at Uw t»CTOI«» OI . patty prioe^a .oimlry. Tba Hat Obar Coritrojktr at : tlM Caatoca Ham came forward, a&d, no> to M» fc» dignntioa, waa mattad tn a Mi chulunt way. Tba Yaakos waa ungentfcaaanljr aoottfeh not to gat «ut of Ui aaniaga a* «r«i to tain oft bis bat.. Tke Barr Otxjr afcait* V demand*! tba kcj« of tha toar tat'a trunk* vtkt ht» aabordiaaV begns handling rooghlg. "Hera,' :kan®>. off I" Bbotrted .» Yankee. "I dSta't cone from tba United Statos oifAmcviea to fiapon trolled by yoa. Pali tt>o*a tieaks bock. I'll not go tbrotrgh 700 .t all. Ill turn back. I'm is no tmrry.aod doal care 'ter'laalnc a -«l»y. Yon'»e so et>*ntry»~ya«'»e otity apot:'. IV 00 raaDd yen."- AB4 "'he aw. .

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M.U.I.O.O.F. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 29 May 1914

M.U.I. O.O.F.     At the meeting of the Loyal Lancefield Lodge of the M. U. I. O. O. F. on Tuesday evening Bro. H. Golding was elected Noble Grand, J. Showler Vice. Grand, W. McIntosh Guardian, M. Latta Warden, W. Gallpen Secretary, and J. McEIhinney Treasurer.

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Federal Finance. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 5 June 1914

Federal Finance. Tho financial ponifion of the Com monwealth whs not mutevially af fected by tho onntome and excino re venue for Mays Goirpared with the correftpouaiiig month of la«t year, thorn was an iocreaneof only £53, n»t withntanding that in Victoria arid NewSouib WftloH alone there were advances amounting to no Ies» tlua £60,1)00. The rcduufionn fuulc place in Queensland, South Australia »nd Wenicrn Australia. The total wan £ 1,252, &dl. Tb« figures for tho eleven njuothrt of the financial y^sr discluPea decrease of. £605,484-, Thin is due mainly to rite fact that Vict^ri* imported £324,64:0 worth of poods lead than in tlio hamo period l«f»t yenr, and Queonalaad £132.879 Icpn. All the ovhur Suvteb alao titmwnd a falling I off. Although the revenue from the poHt office during May whs £23,261 ia excoHS of tbdt for the same month in 1913, the increuse waj» not as tfrrat aa /n\H expected. Victoria, with *ti jUdvaiioQuf £i48OO0, did its nharp, hub io New Si'O'h WhU'H the i...

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LANCEFIELD MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 5 June 1914

LANCE?[EtiD MARKET, AdamHon, Strettle and Co, Pty. Ltd. report having held their ufual month ly Rale at- LaniwHeld on Monday Inst, when they yarded -820 bend of' cattle. 6£0Hhoep, and a fair number of pigfl, The wale WHS ngain brisk throughout <fc prices if anything letter than those of prei-ioua good Rules. With exception of a few -cuttle, a .total clear awe of the whole yarding win trffiee ted. There wan a&nrg* otiendanoo.of nuteide buyeraws well a«anumt>erfiom RUrronnding riiatri-sta. Springers met a good sale at. from £Q l&a to £8 5r, medium aortu .£5 20s to £6 I2e», 6 1, beifera (t)e«t quality) to £8. 2h Gd, others £4 15s to £5 15h, buekwiird oowr £4 10* to £6, prime fat cows £8 10h m £10, b^efy oows £S. iOs .to £6 I OH, f/unhy aon* £3 U> £4i \7h 6dt a line of 10 bn Hooka, nice -qualify, yixrs old, »»i £5and 13 M'titst*'More coii ditoo at JS3 10*, Vealer* were in re np jB3. lis, »Sfct;mjg poddies sold at fvom 29a.to 38*, Ktualler otic* 26a »o 28...

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Markets. MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. Melbourne, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 5 June 1914

Markets. MELBOUttNE OUA1N MARKKT. Melbourno, Tumdnv. The Oippsltnd and Northern Co*i>porntivo Sulliug Co. Ltd. report AS follow* Whont-This in firm at 3s lid for f.a.q. 4 medium 8s 9.1 to 3.1 lOd, Oats-Milling, In lid to In 114*1 ^ bent feed, is 10i<l to Is lid; medium, Ib&I to 1h JM. 1 ' . 1 Barley-Kxiepb for a few «a!<w of choice, > nicbing at all doing. Maii&i- Attain weaker.; 3a S«1 for prime , old 3s 6(1 to 3-t Sd for new. , I'otntncs-Prime Cnrmuna aro ofiertnp at, £4 \o £i S*; choice 1'rafnlgarn £4 15* j, BniwncUs ar« nominally --worth £3, but uro 1 practically unsaleable. \ 1 C'hafF-I'rkn^ oaten £3 2s Gd to £3 6^4 uwdiuiu and inferior lower. Ouiourt-Much easier, priino to-day worth £» lfis to -Xfi,

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Electric Lighting [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 5 June 1914

Electric Lighting Among power house records cor tho month or September, nhowtng the average cost of ^generating electricity In country towns, are the following: Borough of Bagicba.wlc, £&i/4/, oc 1.7d. per unit a«ld; Churltou Klectrlc Lljabt and rower Co., cost £21/1/10. or l.Td. per unit; roveuue £GS/7/l, HI 5.60. p«r unit ISO. per unit for light* Itig And 4%. for power; Birc*Ji.).j electric supply, coBt£'JT>/13/*J. or i.72d. per unit, revenue at 4.8Sd. per unit, . £72/18/10} Shire at Newhani and Woodend, cost £20/9/11, or 2,43d. per unit, rerenue cit JM. for lighting ami 4%d. for power) £50/10/3. Thee* figures are very conclusive «« to the fact that Final! towns can be RUCCCS** fully aud cheaply lit by electricity. Its superiority In Untidiness, cleanli ness and safety Is universally acknow ledged. The "Glftborne Gazette'* says: "The clectric light scbomc for Gis borne may now be said to -be an ac complished fact, as the tenders Uav# been let, nud the neccssary works wi...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 5 June 1914

TKNMd, The annual meeting of the Lanes field Tennl* Club "was held at the MoebsmHra' Institute on Friday even ing. the prcr-UU'u'r (Mr. J. Uevrk-k) bolng In the chahv Then.' wua ft wood attendance.,Tlio secretary and vrca wurer (Mr. H. V. Gullor) pro.seuted a buJnntfc-sheet for the year, showing * credit balance or il/3/J. which lust year stood nt the net loss l?eJ«g 4/JO for the year. .Mr. Derrick \va« re-eleiicd president, and *M* GoUer secretary And firensnrer. Mesars. a Keeker, Geo. MeLenn, and Uoller svere appoluted the match ^oimUttee. The general wmnmftee comprised all the meuVbcra. The suUscvtytiou -was fixed ae last year, at 5/- (V»r ladles and 10/- for Keutlcn.cc. The togp drrsalng of the courts was discussed, and it'WAH (tedded to make a levy ou the inemhem for ibe jnu?HW>e later OIL The chairman And secretary wore awarded a hearl,y rote of thflfcUs lor their services to tfhe club.

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LANCEFIELD RAILWAY. MELBOURNE TO LANCEFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 5 June 1914

ILANCEFIELD RAILWAY. I MKTBONNUB W> LANGCTIBLU. Molbonmo ... ... .: 6;40 l.ancofiold Junction arr. 8.14 dep. 8.55 Botinda ... Monog«f.ta ... . ... § North Monogotta; ... § Romney ... ,.. ' ,,, - ".i LanceSeld. " ... arr. 10.25 * :' P.M. Melbourne. ,? ... ,.. . \dep 5.42 Lnncefield Junction arrTUfr dep; 7.18 RomBfy... ( ... ... -'"82 Lnnccfield , ... ... air 8.15 On Satu rim, thif TettvoB Melbuurno at C.30 and i "" field at 93 p. ' LAHCKEI Lancefield ... dep. 7.40 Romncy ... ... ' ...7.55 Lancefjeld Junction drr8.24, <fep 8.41 Melbourne... ... ... ...9.45 . PM. Lancefiold ... ... ... dep. 5.0 Romfley ... ... ?? ... 5.25 Lancofielil Jnuotion . arr. 6.11 Melbourne ... ... *;.arr. 7.27 Distance from Lancafield to Melbourne, 45J miW'B Height of Lancefield above the aoa level, 1561 feet, LANCKMKLD RAILWAY. Fftros.-Lanceliald (o Melbourne-{ordin nry farts)-1st class : single 7«, ' return lis; 2nd : single 4B 8d, return 7s Gil. Holds? excursion fares (return) ; 1st cla»s 8fl 1...

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COURTING. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 5 June 1914

'COTJK INK, The Brat -taaetiug :<*£i -.tha Kilmore Cour$in(f Clnb -on the plumpton on the .Valley rteld Estate was held -on Saturday.: 30th ult. Tile stake was for 10 all-aged dojas at £1/1/ each, and (was tilled. Mr. H. Pa/ber w«h 'Judge, and Mr. TC. Bretherton elipper. lu the flcst ties Merry Bally beat Call of Bny, King ot Hie Vale beat Here I -Go, I'ouug Day beat ltosy Tnr, Tom's Tlioufilit bent Miss Tart Jobt. . In C'ne 6ecoiwl ties Merry Dollj heat King of tUe Yule, TomV Thought lx>ttt Youug Buy. j In tile .flecicrtiis course A. Edward's r b Merry Dolly (I,nst Down Thoup'fctt'iil Dolly) beat Ji. M'Cor 11.nek's liUc d Tom's Thought (Great Thought-Lady Cliantress) and won the »trtte. A Pn)>i»* Stakes- for elKlit puppirR was w<-u T>y C. C. Gilib's t b Lnd.v Olumda (Ch'uuUn-Bonna Ruang); from TJ. Butler's blk. lb M'lgs, Vcrnou' (Trafalgar .11-Jess). ? Tlie -Kynemn Uiot>io'"J{ncini; C)«l> and "Pni'f OiiH'h I'iiie ineetine for th' benc*£t of ilio...

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THE DISTRICT COURTS (1911). [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 5 June 1914

^THE DISTRICT COUBTS (1911). The Police Magistrate (Mr A, Barlow) attends tho following coarts on the dayB specified. PETTY SESSIONS. Caatleraoine-Every Friday, at 10 ».ro except fourth Friday in month. . Kyneton--Every Tuesday, at 10 a.(B" exoept third Tueoriay in month. Dayleaford-Kvery Wednesday, at 10 a.m. excnpt third Wednesday ia the month. Maldon-Firnt and third Monday* in the month, at 11-30 a,m, Trentliam-First and third Thursdays in mtjnth, at 10.30 a,m. Wcodend-isecond and fourth Monday* in month at 3 p.m. Chuwton-Fiiat Friday in tgonfch at.3p.rn. Taradale-Firat Tuesday itt month at 3 p.m. . Fryeratown-Second Saturday in moatji atlOa.ro, Mutnisbnry-Second Tuesday in month at 2,45 p.m. Suubury-Fourth Friday in mouth at 2 p.m. JBlnckwood-vSooond Thorpday in month at 10 ft. m. Gishorue-Fourth Thursday in month at 10a.m. Glunlyon-First Wednesday in month at 2 30 p.m. Lancelield-1Third Wuihiuadiiv in month ui 11 n.iu. ' Hnmnoy-Third Wednesday in month at 2.30 p.m. LICENSING' C...

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RIFLE SHOOTING. MR PROSSER'S TROPHY. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 5 June 1914

'RIFLE .sHOUL'INC). MR PliOSSKK'S TROPHY. .On baturdry the second shoot for the trophy (« Bet of carvers) presented by Mr VV. H. Prosser for competition among the members of 4be Lanoefield' 'Rifle Club wn6 fired. On the Brat day I he ranges-were 200 and 300 yards, and .15 rifferaeu fired. On the second day the ran gen were-500 »nd 600 yds,, tod twelve who hud a clmuce fired Ht those ranges. -D. Bruirley, who head ed the scores at the first fcwn ranges, aesd was a good fifth at Ihetwo longer ranges, secured the t.ropb.p, which ih all the more creditable in that .Mb handicap was only .3 points. '' t ^Firtir. Shoot. - - ' . 200jda. 3Q">yde, Bromley, D. Derrick, J. Ponkiniiion, H. DnirireH, J. MoKlbinney, J. Johnatofl, A. Barboor, Hi Tully, D. Tullv, B. hunt C. A. H, Morris, J. Tolly, J. Edwards W, Hobbs/(cs Tally, G. 26 21 20 24 23 .22 23 .22 19 ?19 1G 18 ?16 15 ?12 'otiil. .56 30 31 ?25 26 27 26 24 21 .28 .22 25 22 i23 as 19 Seooud Shoot. ^fiQOyds. .GOOyds. Total Tolly TuUy, J. Bar...

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