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THE MAN ON THE BRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 19 June 1914

' THE MAN ON THE BRIDGE To be cAptain or officer on a great ocean liner holds, it) tho mere .thought, more than a tinge of ro mance. But in reality Tliero is nothing but hardohlps, te&l and grim, in such a poet very fre quently. In times of fog the master of the ship may bo on deck Troon .sixty to Beventy hours ; on him de pends the safety of perhaps three thousand souls. During a winter .voyage tho hardships arc increased. Not even armour-plate can protect a snan against the fiorce, penetrating j'cold experienced by tho one who must take his stand on the ico and snow [covered bridge. ! It is sheer hard work all the timo -for every officer, from junior to -master. And the reward ? A jun ior officer on joining a ship may re colve £7 a month, and, after twelve -or fifteen years' service, may :reach ,£280 a year as-chief ofBcor. There tare 110 holidays, and nowadays a ship stays in port so short a time that there is little chance of taking ^anything like a rest. It an officer '...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LOOAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 19 June 1914

LOCAL INFORMATION.   Lancefield Shire Council. —Meetings held on last Friday in every month. Coun-   cillors : Messre J* Waddoll, M. I Foy, A. JohnBton, W. M'lntoeh, J. M'Eihin* i noy, J, Horley, R, F, BlnaUott, R. Hemphill, oud R. Graham. Acting Soorofcary. Mr P. J. McMahon, Health officer, Dr Finnis Dairy inspector, Mr MeKenzie. Pound   keeper, Mr J. Waterland, Inspector of   nuisances, Mr W. Edwards.   Lancefield Waterworks Trust.—Com-   missioners meet Friday in every month.   Acting Secretary Mr P. J. McMahon Lancefield Horticultural Society.—   ITio committee' hold tnoir meetings ou thri. Monday on.br buforo tiie full won, Soo., Jtfr J. Watoriaod, . LauceQcld Mocbaaics' Iiietituie.-^Tho I oomtnittoo moot nocoud Friday in oach month. Hon. aacrotitry, Mr J. Derrick; Librarian, Mr Johu Watorlaud. Lanoeticld Rifio Club.-Captain, Mr M, Foy ; secretary, Mr M'Elhiutiey. Lancoflold ...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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THE BETTER WAY. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 26 June 1914

THE BETTEU WAY. A lady who was sitting 1ft the JniilcUo ot the stalls at a matinee <uul was wearing a regular " floral avenue" of a hat, was politely asked to remove it, but she somewhat rudo* ty refused. At last tho nulsancc bo« same intolerable, and various uiv ^omplhuentary remarks wero board *11 urouud her. ' A gentleman, re primanding a youth near hlui, who had given vent to a particularly ^arcnetic rerunrk, said, so that bo ' could be honrd nil around him. ?"If you only knew what you wore talking about you would-hold your tongue; that lady Is a, (ctend ol uiino; and has not long recovered from a serious \ilnes9, which bus left Kor qultu bnld."' With a vicious ierk tho oftonding bat was removed to disprove the fandish assertion,, and , tho view oj the stage was not . impeded an* lOUger. . On an aytarage 32,0^0 open-air meet taga are hold weolf^y by the Salva ^oq Artny. . v; . Knives which smeU " ot ftah may be :roed ,rwo tho Bmell it . rubfctf with £4'foavw before th...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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SAME OLD MIX-UP. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 26 June 1914

SAME OLD MIX-UP. i *t> a telephone story again. A flew evenings ago .a .young man had trcusian to cull up his ladylove, and lor once ho got through to her without delay. "Hullo I" he whispered softly. "Yes," came tho reply. "Is that #011, George ?" "Are you alone, dearie ?'*. ^'Yes, darling." "I wish I wore thero 1 If I were, tfo you know what I should,do ?" ?''No, George ; I cannot guosa/' .Just then the linca became sadly unlxcd, and what ihe.swcot young thing heard was something liko this : "Well, I'd pull her ears back till she openod her mouth, and then I'd drop a lump of'iuud in it. If that didn't answer, I'd give her & sound thrashing." Ainy and George <Jon*t speak now they see one another, and a cerlaia farmer, who was talking to a vet, about & baulking mare, won ders- why he was xw!vised to J"* put his arms round her nock and whis per sweet, endearing words of lova Into her ear J '*

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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THE SUBMARINE WAR AGAINST WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 26 June 1914

THE SUBMARINE WAR U AGAINST WAR. A ' (By CHARLES FERGUSON,)! Brooks 'Adams, in his "Law of Civilisation and Decay," developed the Interesting thesis that civilisa tion advances only in thoso his* toricul periods in which the agen cies of military dcfenc« overbalance (or a time the agencies of belli gcrent attack. That is to say, the human race has always found a respite from destructive warfare-a breathing space in which to develop the constructive arts and sciencos whenever peace-loving nations hava found means for making assaults upon thoir peace BO difficult and .dangerous to tho assailants that the game has not bean worth rho 'CftWllC In the light of this principle the modern xJovolopmcnt of submarine fighting-craft deserves the respect ful attention of peace societies An immense amount pt expert tes timony as' accumulating to the ef fect that submarines of the. Holland typo are likely to prove so dreadful to Dreadnoughts that the ponderous jv^vsA armaments that' are flapping th...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Markets. MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. Melbourne, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 26 June 1914

Markets.. MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. Melbourne, Tuesday The GIppaUnd anil Northern Co-operauvo Soiling Co. Ltd, report as follows ir Wbout-This is Htm at 3s 10id for f.A.Q' medium Si I0d to 3s , Oats-MiUit)#, 2b 3d; beat feed, 2s 2d J tnodium, 2a to 2», ftarioy-VVith thooxcoption for nfeirMto* of clioioe tbero is nothing doing, Maiee- Quotations for old aro nomin al; nuvr.aaSd to3a7d. 1'otatoca-There-is a good demaud fof choice Carmens, which aro selling at £4 16V nnd occasionally J&5; medium and inferior aro vefp hard * to o)oar at price* raogiog down toX2IOa. OhaflT- IMuio oalon £3 2$ 6d to £3$if medium and inferior Jowcr. Onions-Large qtmutitioR have come to baud during I ho pant fow day*, and Hit' Wet. i4 much easiur, Prirau are warih W to M 58. The lift boy his his up* and doww, And you don't always win your bet# j Hut even 6o, Ufe ncodn't be A catalogue of raid rcgreW,

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Crop Returns. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 26 June 1914

Crop rteturns. This week tho Government S'atist will pnflt 37,000 cards to farmers to ascertain the aroa sown with wheat and ontH and the quantity of wheat on tho farm oo 30th inst. It is a matter of yreat interest to the public and farmers especially, to know t-lia total nrena under these two important: crops. ICaoh farmer is requested to return liis eard immediately after tho 30th June, so that the information may ho compiled and published at the earliest possible date, Sohedulcs Are also being Bene to the ,Railway Department and to flour mills and wheat store?, to ascertain the quan tities of wheat and flour on hand afc tho end of the month. The Govern ment {Statist hopes that aU concerned will do their utmost to ansist hitu to make reliable estimates of the area sown and tho ctooks of wheat and Hour on hand, by answoring his quf0« tions fully and retni-ning the oaiJs and forms promptly.

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Federal Land Tax. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 26 June 1914

Federal Land Tax. The Federal Lund Tax Cummin pionor (Mr. G. A, McKay) remind! taxpayers of their obligations to for nish returns for 'ho year 1014-15. These returns are due ou or before 31atAacueb next,find are required from landowners whose land possenfled an onimprovud value in excess of £3000 at 30th June last; only tho*o whose interests amount to over £.5000 au« improved value, however, aro subject to assessment. Persona who Imvo made returns for the year 1913 U must uso from *'04", if they hold in terests in land in one Stato only, or From ,fC3" if their interests extond to t wo in land as owner or fesneehuve changed since the previous return. Those who became liable to make returns first for 1912-13 or 1913-14 should also use flie.se forms. Thnsu first Returns were for 191L-12 (hmd owned at. 30/6/11) or who have now become liable to mako a return for the first time must use Form "A", if they have interests in land in more than oue State, All Forms "B" and '.C3H must be furnis...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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LANCEFIELD RAILWAY. MELBOURNE TO LANCEFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 26 June 1914

ILANCEFIELD ' BAILWA5. MELDODRNB TO LANCEKIELO. Molbonrno dep. 6.40 T/ancefiold Junction arr. 8.14,dep. 8.55 Bolindn. ... ... ... § § Monogutta ... ... § § Noi th Monogotta ... § § ttomsoy 10.10 Lanoofield ...: arr. 10.25 P.M. ' Mnlbourno . .... .V. " dep ..fi 42 Lnncefiold Junction arr'7.10 dep 7.18 Komscy... ... ... .5.' ... 82 Lnncefiold ... .... arr 8.15 On Saturdays, thii train loaves Melbourne nt 6.30 and reaobes Lance field at 93 p.m. LAHCKBIELD TO MELBODUNE. A.M. Cianoefield... .... ... dep. 7.40 Romaey ... ... ... . ' ...7,55 Laucefiold Junction <irr 8.24, dep 8.41 "Uelbonrno... ... «. . ...9.45 . ? R ?? RA Lancofiold ;dep.5.0 Romsoy ... ' ... 5.25 Laucufield Ouuotion arr. G.ll . Molbourne ... ... - ...arr. 7.27 . ( Distance from Lancofteld~ to Melbourne, 45i milei ! Height of Laucefiold abovo'the BOA level, 1661 feet, LANOEFIKLD RAILWAY. ,'FaroB.-Lancefield lo Melbourne-(ordin ary fares)-1st class: single 7s, return Us;. 2nd: single 4a 8d, return 7a Grt. Holday ...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Pattern for Lady's Blouse. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 26 June 1914

Pattern tor Lady's Blouse- i PATTERN NO. 203. Price 9.1. in Small, Medium, and Large.) This is n parUeularly, smart blou»t». .It looks well made of satin, crepe do Chine, or any soft material. It represents " kvery lidy'a Journal" Pattern No. 203, cut in three sizes-small, medium and large. Thin pattern may be bought1- for nine pence from local pattn-n agent, or will ! lie sent, post free, to any nddrfpg if Qino penee in stamps ia sent to Dent. ,4A." iiverylady's Journal," S76 Swaniton Strcer, .Melbourne. State number of pattern nuil »ize required. Jf a penny stamp is sent to above address, n 48-i'^e catalogue will be sent to any reader wno writes? " Send free catalogue."

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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THE DISTRICT COURTS (1911). [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 26 June 1914

THE DISTRICT COURTS (19] 1). The Police Magistrate (Mr A, Barlow) attends tliu following courts on tbo dayn specified. PETTY SESSIONS. Castlemaine-Every Kriday, at 10 a.m | except fourth Friday in month. ! Kyneton-Every Tuesday, at 10 a.m., ! except third Tuesdny in mouth. Dayleaford-Every Wednesday, at 10a.m. oxcejit third Wednesday in the month. Maldon-First and third Mondaysinthe month, at 11.30 a.m, Trentham-First and third Thursdays in; month, at 10.30 a,m. Wcodond-Second and fourth Mondays in month at 3 p.m. Chevvton-First Friday in mouth at 3p.m. Toradalo-First Tuuadny in month at 3 p.m. Fryorstowu-Second Saturday in month at 10 a.m, Mulmsbury-Second Tuesday in month at 2.46 p.m. Sunbury-Fourth Friday in month at 2 p.m. Blackwood--Sooond Thursday iu month at 10 a»m. GiBborne-Fourth Thursday in month at 10 a.m. Glunlyon-First Wednesday in month at 2.30 p.m. , Lancefield-Third Wednesday in month ut 11 a.m. Romuey-Third Wednesday in month at 2.30 p.m. LICENSING COURT. Castlemain...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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THE FAR EAST. JAPAN. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 26 June 1914

fHE FAR EAST. JAPAN. This 'Interesting country to which M touch attention is now being paid h an extensive island empire consisting of four largo islands-Hondo or Niphon,, tho latter being tho native name f« the wholo onipirc; Shikoko, ICiusu and Hokkado or Yezo, and about <V2iQ smaller islands, extending from Kan* tcliutka to Fonno.su, ana forming an ou:er guard <o the ouutern coast of Aiia. Tho general aspect of these is lands Is rugged and irregular, prosoRV in£ almost every variety of mountain, \oclc and hill, interspersed in sonif i parts r/ji'.i plains of considerable ex tent. cjLi»;e of the mountain:*, especi* filly in Uondo, are of grout height, ant' i uto covered with perpetual snow. Fusi* | .varna, tho sacred mountain of Japan it 1 fcioudo, is u volc:mo attuiuing th» height of 14»lii7 feot. Volcanoes and j ?fiiirUi'iuakes are common throughout , the chain of inlands. Tho climate varicr j ircun exii'tinio cold iu (.ho north, tt I -geniikl, almost tropi...

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LAW RELATING NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 26 June 1914

LAW RELATING NEWSPAPERS. 1. Subscribers-who do not givo e*« press notic* > tho contrary are considered as wishing to CONTINUE their subscript tion. 2. If subscribers order the diacont- L inuance of their periodicals, the publisher may continue to send them until AKKEAKS aro paid. , S. If subscribers refuse or neglect to take periodicals from the office to wbicb they aro directed, they aro Rr.si'O siHLB until they have settled tlioir bills, and ordered the the periodicals to be dis continued. 4. If subscribers remove to other places without informing the publishers, and the papers are sent to their former direction, the subscribers are responsible. 5. Tho courts have docided that "refusing to take periodicals from the oflico or removing or leaving them un called for is prima faoia evidence of in tentional FRAUD. 6. If subscribers pay in advance for a periodical, ,they aro bound to give NOTICE to the publisher, at the onu of Ihe time, that they do not wish to con tinue taking it, o...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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FLOOR POLISH. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 26 June 1914

FLOOR POLISH. Tbere are mufiy excellent floor poV, ishcfi oil tbo rrmrket, . but I bav« xcodo a most satisfactory polish by «ha&ing well together equal parts of batted Uoaecd oil, turpentine, vine gar, and splrita of whw. This com position should be very sparingly ap plied, using a pJoce,af flannel After fwda, polish tbe floor with a soft tlotlL

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POSTAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 26 June 1914

POSTAL INFORMATION. Mails arc despatched from the Post Offico, Laucufiold, as follows:-Daily Rumsey and Melbourne (Suudays excepted) -mail closes at 7 a.in. and at 4.30 p.m.. For Emu Flat, on Tuesdays and Fridays, clones at 11.50. Rochford, Newham and Woodotid, daily, jlosea at 2.15 p.m. KiJinoro OD Monday. Wednesday and . Friday, and for Springfieia on same days closes 2,30 p.m ' The Laacofield Post Office i'b closed daily at 6 p.m. On Saturday nights the office opens for , delivery of loiters at 9.30 p.m.; on other 1 nights at 8.30.

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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CANARIES IN CHURCH CHOIRS. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 26 June 1914

CANARIES IN CHURCH CHOWS. Various arc the devices adopted In America for the purpose of attract* dj» people to clurch-st:in£t orches tras, dissolving views, gramophones* and the llko-but it lias been left to Cincinnati, Ohio, to conceive the idea of combining the strains of tho orRoa with the piping of birds. At a service hold in London Baptist Chapel forty canaries in their cagcs were placod in different parts of the building. The birds bfg«Q chirpin.* with the first note3 of the organ, and continued until the music stop- 1 .ped. The eombincd effect of organ, choir, and birds is said to have : been particularly pleasing. A novel service has just been cele brated in Trinity Methodist Church, Toronto, in which birds aad bios corns played n conspicuous part. The altar was filled with sprays of fruit-blossoms and carnations, roses, as4 other (lowers, whll& suspended from the gallery were seven cages, each containing a favourite, songster from some mcmher's homo, lent for the oc...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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SHIRE INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 26 June 1914

SHIRE 1NF0HMATI0N. Lancofield shire.-Area, S8 aq, milt* Population of shire, 1202, Number of dwelling*, 202. Komsey shire.-Area, 85 sq. miles, Popn Ihtion of fihiie 1900, Number of dwellings. 420. Springfield ehiro.-Area, 111 sq. mil es Population of shire; 706. Number of dwellings, 114. Pynlong Bbire-Area, 220 sq. mile«« Population of shire, 1200.. Number dwollings, 380. Ncwham-Woodend ehire.-Aroa, 100 q, miles. ^upulftton, 2400,. Number of dwellings

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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LOCAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 26 June 1914

LOCAL INFORMATION. Lancefiold Shiro Council.-MeetingH held on lost Friday in ovory n.onth. Coun oiUnra: Messrs J* Waddell. M. Foy, A. Johnston, W. M'lutosh, J. M'Elhin i)«jy, J. Harl«y, 11. P. ftlackctt, R. Hemphill, and K. Graham. Acting 8ecro*ary, Mr' P. J. MoMahon, Health nffiaor, Dr Finuis j Dairy Inspector, Mr McKoneio. Pound kooperj Mr J. Watorland, Inapeotor of nuisanccs, ifr W. IS.lwarda. Lancofield . Waterworks Trust.-Com* miaaioners meotlaat Friday in ovory month. ! . Acting Soorntary Mr P, J. MoMaUon. Lancofiold Horticultural Society Pho committed hold thoir meetings on the Monday on or before tho fall moon, Soc., Mr J". Watorland. Lancefcld Mechanics* Institute.--Tho oommitteo moot second Friday in ouch month. Hon. secretary, Mr J, Dorrick; Librarian, Sir John Waterlaud. Lancefiold Riflo Club.-Captain, Mr M. Foy ; secretary, Mr M'Eihmney. Lancofield Brass Band.-Practice hold wookly. Bandmaster, Mr A. O'Callaghan secretary, Mr A, Williams. Court of Petty Sossious.-P.M., M...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 26 June 1914

London & Lancashire Fire Insurance Co. All kinds of PERSONAL ACCIDENT and 8ICKNK8S POLICIES Issued. Do not delay completing with the above worthy Corporation a Workman's Ineuraote Polioy. Sire Insuraaoa. 'WriVifor TartiealaM.-etc, Insurance ; Against Accident. Personal Aeoidont business has trader* Kne remarkable change® daring the it four years. Premiums have been arcduood, benefits iuoreased, and new schemes, ioolndsog Insurance against >lllnesMS and Diie&aes, indicate a great advance oq anything contemplated in the early years o{ the business. (Local agent-H. Qoldtng, !' Merscry .' THE 10NDON DIRECTORY i(Ptiblfehed Annually) cgcables traders throughout! the World to «eomflaaatoate direct with English i ?MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS Hn eaoh (Jlawal goods. Besides being a coco* gplete commercial .guide to Loudon and its -wibacbe, the directory contains lists of &£ EXPORT M^aiCHAKl-8 -"with Ihe'Goods Ihey ship, and the Coloni *and Foreign Market* they supply;...

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CLOSE SEASON FOE GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 26 June 1914

. CLOSE SEASON FOE GAME. The Wbolo Year.-Laughing jaokass, emu, kangaroo (grey and red), lyre.birds, nativo bears, owls, swallowa, mopokes, platypus, etc. From 14th day of Juno to the 20th day of "December in each year,-Black swau, wild goceo'o all kinds. From let day of August in each year to tho last day of February following,-Quail, bronzO'Wioged or otlior wild pigeons, FISH From 1st day of September to the 15th day of December in each year,-Black fish. From 1st dny of May to the 31st day August in each y«nr.-Eu^lish trout. Froa 1st July-to lfith October in oaoh yoor.-Murray ood, perch, and bream..

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