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LADY FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 16 January 1914

IflDY- FARMERS; ; , " ♦1 . Sedgcwick, a community in that" district of the Western Canadian prairies, known as Central Alberta, •is six thousand) miles distant from Great Britain, but it is thclocation of a colony, of settlers from the OI<i Cpuntry who were attracted to the ready-made farms prepared here by the Canadian Pacific Railway. Most of the farmers under this scheme are married men, but on one of the farms on this colony are two bachelor girls (they arc too young to be referred to as spinsters). To this farm. Mr. H. A. Kennedy, a well known writer, recently paid a visit. "Two young ladies," he says, "are working in partnership. They find no difficulty in the arrangement, though the average farmer out there assures you that partnerships arc unwork able in such a business. ISach mem ber is responsible for her own depart ment," but is always ready to help the other. 'Miss Wittrick looks after the dairy- and-the house,' said bcr partner, Miss Jack May, 'and she is a b...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Lancefield Mercury. With supplement. FRIDAY, JANUARY 16, 1914. FORWARD? [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 16 January 1914

^iinceficlb Hlfrnirg. With supplement*) -' t'HIUA T, J A A'PAR Y 16. 7914. FORWAnO? What does the year of grace K314 hold for us ? Taking- a wide view first, and avoiding tedious detail, the: Empire (which has not yet lasted as long as the Romans' worldwide sway or other fleeting glories of the past) is "up against it." "Ye mariners of England'' who once found the world too small (lifce Alexander, who cried j for the moon and a feiv more worlds to conquer) and swashbuckled round meeting a word with a blow, are cooped up at 'Orae. That noble scion the British lion, who was wonj to "go to and fro to the end of the world, seeking whom he might de vour," like a -certain snide coon not mentionable in polite society or a family paper, with • his famous tail (which must not be trodden on) atari angle of 45 degrees, has degenerated into a mere housedog. He now dis mally bays the moon from the back doorstep. The -"righting blood" of the British seems to have been 90 per cent. beer. Jonadab, ...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Can We Suspend Life at Will. RUSSIAN SCIENTIST'S REMARKABLE CLAIM THAT HE HAS DISCOVERED A SUBSTANCE WHICH WILL ENABLE ANIMALS, INCLUDING MAN TO HIBERNATE LIKE BEARS FOR INDEFINITE PERIODS. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 16 January 1914

Can We Suspend Life at Will. HUSS1AN SCUHNTJST'S 1U0.UAHK AUX.K CLAIM THAT III? IIAS -WISCOVERIED A SU1ISTANOE WlUC'il WILL. ENABLE ANI MALS, INCLUDING MAN TO .HU1EUNATE LUCE ItEAltS FOR INDEFINITE rEIUODS. Sumo astonishment was icLcntly expressed nt the Bummuctmout that Professor V. lluhmetieff, of the Uni versity "of Moscow, ltussin, had in vented a . compound which w'ould produce suspended iiimniitlon 111 men and animals. l'rofossbr llnluueticIVs collabora tor^^. this discovery, •• Professor \Ia\im llenssner, -has imidc tho fol loivlhg ■'detailed explanation of thciir, discovery. .i . . Ordinary sleep -mentis a restoration of v,jiu- energies,-'and suspended ani mation will.producc the same, efleot. in a 'higher degree. : . The manner- :iii:'which .-wo came to inuHc-our discovery »«ns \oi.v inter; esting While'Observing the feeding habits of the hems in Sibenn, I was told hy n-■' Siherinn hunteiv • that there was a colony of - Bu rials, or ' SilMSrlmi' wild '.natives, in tho north...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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MAN AND HIS FUN. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 16 January 1914

MAN AND HIS FUN. 3fmt that is horn of .woman Is of few days, ami inordinately fond at Fun. in tho when his turn* lot is full of milk, ami lils'fcOm of content, he lies upon his, back and kicks his heels in tho air; ho says "Ga-ga." and "Goo-go," and thai is Fun. .Being" grown older, he climbs . n tree and falls out thereof;. he goes in swimming, and is well-nigh drown ed ; ho absents himself, from school; at I he expense of his cuticle, nnd that is Fun. He grows in size,' but not in wis dom, for now is ho in college, lie I goes forth by night and steals tho i signs of poor tradesmen; he. marches in a processioiV of fools, and burns his books; he.gets drunk overnight, and reaps headaches in the morn ing, and that is Fun. Ho conceives a . desire for; the company*: of young women ;• he., fol i lows one girl; about, and wears i hor hair ; she carries his scalp in I her bolt}- and she rests • under (ho i shadow* v-of his ears, • and that is i ' Fun. • .. '. i In the end she : throws him ...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. A BAFFLED PART 9. CHAPTER XII.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 16 January 1914

AIAj RIGHTS lUMItnVHD. 'IBy S- W. Hopkins, Author of "On 'i, Four Brnsa Plates," otc., oto. PART 9. CHAPTER- XII.—COontiniiodl : "I have hoard of you, sir Peter," she said ; nnci her voico wos low arid sweet. "You are t.ho friend of Lord .Chester, tiro you not 7 Such a good, kind friend tw you have been to him! too." i'.," Sho placed her hand In that of Sir i Peter, who scarcely know what ho ■Was doing, so completely had the beauty of this woman driven from ' him his bonsted calmness. She was beautiful beyond compare on tho stago. She was doubly beautiful at closo rango, and without tho artl ■ :flees of the stage. * ■': Kir Potcr sat down. ■ "l "'as his friend," I10 said in re Ply to her last remarks. "I was tho friend of Lord Chester until that un grateful young man Insulted mo to my very face." V "Insulted yon? Lord Chester in sulted jou 7 Why, the. ungrateful fel i low ! How could he do such a thing ; nu that 7" ;,. "I'll ' tell you," said Sir Peter, ■/breathing hard. How could h...

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

Pyalone Shire Council. There will be no meeting of the Pvalong Shire Council on Monday next, it having been ar ranged that the January meeting lapse. The next one will be held on Monday, February 9.

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CHAPTER XIII. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 16 January 1914

CHAPTER XIII, It Is now time for us, whether it suits our inclination or not, tot re move ourselves from the porfumed at mosphere breathed by Mildred Moore nnd her two adorors, and roturn to those who are ccrtoinly more worthy; of our regard, and who have boon neglected through no fault of their own. I mean the Carpenters. On the second floor of Mr. Carpen ter's splendid mansion there was a large, well-lighted room, intended for, and formerly used as a nursery. It'was now doing duty as a school room, after tho manner we shall see. In this room, bright and comfor tablo, sat ono day Schoolmastor Cummings, formerly attendant at Charabors-Gtreet Hospital, and his class of one—the Unknown. Both were well dressed, both intel ligent-looking. Cummings was alert, watchful, nnd there was an unceas ing activity about him that proved tho choice of Dr. Carpenter to have been a wise one. On the other hand, the intelligence of the Unknown seemed entirely of a subdued, or, as it were, a negative ch...

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

H. V. ROLLER Saddler and General Harness Maker, Corner of Dunsfnrd ftnd Streets, LANCKK! KTifX -—Good Stock of RIDING ' SftiilES AND .'BRIDLES Bcerrte's and others kept in stock HARNESS of all kinds made to order ^ Order* promptly attended to. M REPAIRS iwafcly executed J ALL WORK AT LOWEST RATES. Sorso Collars, Good stock- Sires to fii nny borsa WHIPS Ciood Assortment kept in hand. SugKy Harnees from £■> 10g per set. MoHAB & MoFAB, -Barristers' and solicitors •KILMOHE, Mid 465, Collino Street, Melbourne. ■DSr Oolin McTtfa'o visits Luncefiold every Pair Day, •And -may be consulted at the Macks* 'Hotel, TRUST MONEYS TO LEND. "^^oT^iTwltiTi DfENTlST • OLLIN8 Stuket, Tlbas&nck BtJii.DrrJos, : 'Two Doors from Oeorgo ami "Oooreo. —consult AT— 'MR9. DAVIS', '* LVNDHTJRST,; ... 'ON FAIR DAY. ' ROM8EY THIRD MONDAY TN THE MONTH, at MR A. E. PONSFORD'S PHARMACY. TARPAULINS Every year the demand for Tarpaulins is growing. They are used more in Summer than in Winter. Having s...

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CHAPTER XIV. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 16 January 1914

' - ' CHAPTER XI From that day tho patient; was a changed man. :AU tho gentleness was | gone. Ho would no longer- apply him self to study. Ho spent tho entire day in an exhausting and fruitless search after—something. He slept little at nlglit. Ho tossed and muttered inarticulately, and grew thinner and whiter. The eyes that had been so calm now grew at times wild and vengeful, they would seem to he peering off into space, ub if looking for something not within j reach. Me would stand for minutes at a time, pondering1 with knit brow over some thought that was puzzling his brain, and then would shake his head and resume; whatever occupa tion he had been engaged upon. If he passed'Helen in the hall, or on tho stairs, .ho would- lay Ills white thin hand on her arm, and peer curi ously into her face with such an un utterable longing that she would fre quently burst into tears. He would listen to the conversa tion of those around him, and would seem to 1)0 striving to connect it with som...

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

In jatmoriam. Hewphkj..—Tn? Joving; memory of • out Hear litt-!« forie, who died Pines" gu January 19, 19l\: Atje«l 3 yeans. '•• —J. nn<i M, Hemphill..

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CARE FOR THE MILK. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 16 January 1914

GAIIE. FOH THE MILK.. :~;.Tho* following, statement, mailc; byj Professor O. F.4 Hunziker before the farmers attending the short courses at Purdue; sums up "in. a few wordtj tho situation relative to the caro .ot milk, and cream, on the farm : | - "Cleanliness and low temperature are the fundamental essentials in the proper care- and handling of milk and •cream, regardless of what disposition may: be made of the product. The purpose of these essentials is to pre-( .vent or retard . bacterial fermcnta- s .tions which shorten the life and im- j pair ,tho keeping quality and wholc somcness of milk ami its products.1 When the dairjman disregards these essentials he becomes a menacc to tho health and life of the consumer and a demoralising factor of the markets of dairy products, curtailing the financial success of his own busi ness. With duo attention to the pro I per care of milk and cream he be ; comes a benefactor to tho human family, a promoter of high tiuality of dairy products, an...

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

-T -■ Public Sottco. Bargain^! Bargains !! {Bargains I!! DRAPERY. MARK FOY'S OPEN'S Off Monday Next, Jan.! At 9 a.m. Ladies, Visit the Fan1* IARKFOTS! LANCEFifiLD DRAPERY , SSTARUSHS1ENT.

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

EUSOPF.AN AGENCY. \ WH0T.13SALR buying agetici-R uoder-' takeu for *11 Britifeiiand Continental goods, incluclin Books nnd Stationery Bof>ts, Sho»?s ivr<] Leather, Chemical* und .Omen's' Stiodrma,_ Cbinu, Km thenwue a:u) Gtasswiu # Cycles*, Mt.tor Urns aud Acco^sorlu, Draper*, Millinery aud Piece Good Fancy Gooas nini Perfumery,. Handwnrc, Machinery nut MotnU Jflwollery, Fl.ite and Wntchen, Photographic and Optical f*oQ<Uj ; . Provisi"iiH anil Oiiirn'iiV Stores, et«.. etc Coiimisiioti 5 per cent, . . ' Trod* Discounts* allowed. Social Quotations <m Demand. 6'c niptc Coses /mm ^ 10 upwartfj . .] ,>.i CA'ins'ifff-McAts oj'-Prudu'.c Sokl< on"'^ic-*j '. count, i... WILLIA.M WILSOK & SONS ' {ft'Establish-d 181'4), 2-> MiehurcW Ltuip. I?.C. Cabin Addri^B : Annuaikl', • ondok Headache, Constipation and The immense-number of ordc:^ J Frootoida, sent by poet ilrect to tl:* t-V prietor, ia convincing proof'th*» r Public appreciate t...

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POSTAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 16 January 1914

POSTAu infohmation. j Mails nre despatched from'thei Pos Ofljcc» LaiiCefield, as ollows:—DaiVy | Ittoraeoy. and Melbourne {Sundays excepted) j —mail cloHf-s at 7 a.m. and at 4.JJ0 p.ib. ! For Emu Flat, on Tuesdays and Fri'lays,! (c1oj-cs at 11.50. 1(0011/01x1, NctvbamAand Woodeud, daily, jIoh-s at 2.15 \».in. Kilmoro on Monday, Wednesday and ■ Friday, and for Springhefu -m same dliys, clu9f*8 2,30 p.m \ Tbe Lancefield Post Offico ie closed dwlv it 6 p.m. r j On Saturday nighta tbe office opens kr delivery of letters at 9,30 p.m. \ on othlr : uightsat 8.30. \

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SHIRE COUNCIL: MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 16 January 1914

SHIRE COUNCIL" MBETIKc Lancoliold—Last Friday in montl<. o'clock. • 'v Romsey—First Friday ia montl., o'clock. Springfield—Second Friday io hjo; *•. o'clock. Kyijutoo—Firafc Saturday in moo1 »• (•'deck, s Pyhlong— Third Monday in isourlr 2T. o'ci(icU* Newhatn and Woodend—Laat Tuesd.v the month," . : '

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SHIRE INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 16 January 1914

SHIRE INFORMATION. Lancefield ahire.— Area, 33 mil a Population of shire, 1202. Numbflf 9 dwelling, 202. . Komaey uhire,—AreA, 85 £q. nailer Pope* lutioQ of sbiie 1900. Number of dwttilifisf.#, 420. Sprifi|rfield shire.—Area, ill' sq. tot! Population of uhire, 706. Namb&r <» dwelling, 114. . ;, Pyalong flhlre—Area, 220 sq« - ■ Population of shire, 1200. Number .• s dwellicgs, 380. Newli.iin*Woedend .shir«.—Area. lCv .«». miles, PopulaUin, 2100,Number • * dwellings 4S2. ' . ■;

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SMART REPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 16 January 1914

SMART REPLY. J .... ■■■• ■■■ - i Tho captain .of a certain troop ship convoying a cavalry regiment to tho Cape was noted for his wit, and; at every opportunity that offered . he ..loosed his shafts of humour,- to the chagrin and embar rassment .of: their targets. Sooner or later the stinger gets stung, however, and this chrouic pun-ar tist was no-exception to thcirulc. : . On one occasion, when about two diiys. out from port, ho approach ed. a group of soldiers who were swabbing tlio forward deck,, and, singling out a big, raw-boned Irish recruit, who : wus experiencing ids first. taste of sailor's life, he gra velyasked - "Can you steer the mainmast down the forecastle stairs \ ; Quick as a flash came the reply : "Yes, sirr, 1 can, if you will stand below aud coil it up.*'

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

HEADACHE-AIR MEASURED. .-.-'Ad apparatus invented by Protest sor Leoimrd Hill Was shown at tho mooting of tho Uritish Association from the readings of which the state of the air in a room could be easily, determined. f From tho readings of those curious thermometers, Professor Hill proved that the stutfiness of a room does." not give us colds or headaches be* cause the air is bad or used tip.. What is really fatal is Unit its stillness aud warmth combined pre* vent iho body from losing heat as jit should in the natural way.

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PTOLEMAIC POTTERY IN MAZE OF LOST PASSAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 16 January 1914

I'TOHSMAIU 1'OITEKY IN MA/,15 Ol1' LOST PASSAGES. Workmen digging a well in tlio gardens of Kus-ol.Tin l'ulucc, ., iliu magnificent' summer residence of the Khedive, have discovered what np pears to |»o u iiiq/o of ancient Human subterranean passagss. A quantity of very interesting XJtolumuic and ancient Itoman pot tery, sueli oh oil lamps, plates, and other household utensils, lias been brought to light, also jars in which bones of young children arc placed. Inscriptions on tablets, coins, me dallions, and statues have also beenj found. So small was a model of t he liner Medina, shown at the "Model neur" Exhibition at the Itoyul Hor ticultural-hall, London, that human hair had been employed for soiue of the ropes to Keep them to a proportionate size. A New Zealand farmer bus secured three tons of honey from thirty Jive colonies of hybrid bees. of blind people eleven are men to every uinu wotueu.

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

THIS RKOKNT EPIDEMICS OF ■SM-'LLVOX AND DIPHTHERIA 'Would certainly not have-attained such pro portions if tho hygiouic fact were more gem-rally known that the disinfection of the mouth by a reliable and harmlpsB antisep tic is ft great factor, not ooly agninst such! local thio.it diseases an diphtheria, toueil. itntt, qniu«y, and wore throat, hut. against al ailments where the infection it through the throat or respiratory traet, By, putting 3 drops -of S AN DICK'S EUC^A IAPTl KXTRACT on a pieoo of h-a micnr, and allowing it to diH8«lv« iu the mouth, that cavity i'b thoroughly diHtn fected. The volatile nature of SAN'DICKS' 1 EXTKACT ranUos it ptmcUnto uveiy crovicu 1 SANPKRVS KXTUAOT i« not natisumiB uor« depriving like the common ♦-.uculyptua and posFCHses i»roat pntiscptic powur. .I3y oaing SANDKK'S EX1\KaOt you avoid tht5 un curtain compoaitiou of . tho Ui/.trngi- you have fcho.baoutit of the -Hitongtrnt uutUcptic that can ho used with uafety, aud thu re sult is protection fror...

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