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

Auuliott-, Adamsoa, ; and Go.. Prop. Ltd., STOCK & STATION AGENT" Victoria Horse Bazaar ' BOURKE ST.,. MELBOURNE. : Botit sales of Horxos ct th»» Itavaar Wednesday. At Newmarket SHEEP-Tneadiv*. FAT CATTLE-Wodn. At Corporation Market PIGS & CALVES-TImik ' DAUiV & STORE OATTl.E-; Land and Clearing -Sale.-- con ducted in any part of the Ktulo lancefield r^aikct, Pirst Monday in Each Month.^ Kull information eun be obtH-iimM t-r<n<' tlur.r ropHwui'nlivtt, / '* A. J. O'CALLAUHAN. . LauceHi kl Olfioe-High >tn-u . Farm» F« r Salo ao«' To I.cfc. , Lnauruncea Effected' ' Limns Nr^uttutH.t Monday< 6tli July, '14 LANOl'.FTiVLiy MAi-Klit . Vendors having *tock for this aaIu are re fueled to send early particulars to ' ABAMSON, STUETT EL C O. ami PT.Y LTD , Laneefield. Saturday, 27th June, '14. : Half-past Oiu* O'Clucb, CLEARING SALE BOUN.LM, CJow to Itailu-ay Stntion. In the Aligned Estate of EDGAK J VINCENT, Bolindit, By order of Mess...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 3 July 1914

Nervous Breakdown Mr. P. R. MILES, a well-known Interstate Traveller, REPRESENTING ONE OF THE ; . LARGEST COMMERCIAL FIRMS IN v AUSTRALASIA, WRITES A REMARKABLE LETTER TO CLEMENTS TONIC LTD., IN WHICH HE DRAWS THE PUBLIC ATTENTION TO HIS WONDERFUL RECOVERY TO HEAllTH AFTER ALL MEDI CINES FAILED HIM. ?MR. MILES EMPHATICALLY DECLARES HE CONS1DBRS THIS TONIC THE GREATEST IN THE WORLD. BECAUiE HE KNOWS WHAT IT DID FOR HIM AND FOR HIS SYDNEY FRIEND WHO ADVISED HIM TO TAKE IT. AND WHOM IT CURES OF RHEUMATISM AFTER HE HAD BEEN CON SIDERED INCURABLE. READ THIS LETTER-IT IS GOOD .READINCfOK 3HOSE WHO DESIRE TO REGAIN HEALTH. CommercUI Travellers* Club. Moore St.. Sydney. 3.4/13, CkElHKNTS TONIC LTD., " For yeari-1 *uffered Irom CHRONIC INDIGESTION and DEBILITY, ?od. ts my profetjion ii «f»e ia*oKing very ttrenuoui duties in «he intere«f» ©J one of the larger international fimn represented in Australia, at limes I found ii very difficult, on account of jU-heahh, <0 perform &amp...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 3 July 1914

Adamson, StrefctJf and Co., Prop, Ltd;, !* ? .TOOK & .STATION AGENTS Victoria Horse Bazaar ? ? BO 17ifKK ST., MRIiHOtJRNB, Hold wlm of lionet PI tlio BnM( 5 WC(IucBIIk)'. ' \t Newmarket Sif KKf'-Tuami-iyi-. ??' - FAT CATTI.E-0,1", R,i"jh '.t Corporation Market- , PIOS & OAl.VFs-ii, DAlltY ft STOHK UATTl.U- WriiUOi Land and Clearing Sales con ducted in any part of the State lancefield Market First Monday in Each Month. «'ull iufoimation cati he obtained from their ropreaWyiivo, A. J. O'CAliLAUHAN, Laucefieki Office-high Street, Farms Fur Sale ami l'o Lot. - ! MHuramjert KfEaeied. Loans N/'got<iil«rf Monday. 6tlx July, '14. LAKCl-,F1KU~ MAI:KJST. ADAMSON. stkettle & co/; PTY; LI'D. willMin.iI ilusir iuuii) mobility I sale nbim*, nhtiii Ihvy will huvtt for' waidnlxmt - 300 head Cattle, . including, tu-Jkern, sptingeru, fat and stole call)e, and lOtxtiu Qtiality ;;_ ' v : fprinym!*!1; Several lines of Sheep, and a number of .Fat and Store Pigs; And a q...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MONEY IN FLYING MACHINES. TUE BUSINESS SIDE OF AVIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 3 July 1914

MONEY IN FLYING MACHINES . "... -^-4.---', . .TUE IJUS1N13SS SIOID .OF AVIATION, j Is aWntion a, good industrial in i v<vslmcnt?. That is to sav. n tlu»re good itmirkets for ivoror.:^ ...-, .ying-jnachmo factories ? l it . r .filly. ?... Every'country' m. the v. o-. is . rtow. v ndilinq" uprniiJjinor. to the equipment .of their nuvv- and nrmv. llio .. great : Powers a?c .setting up works .to twtko -thou* .. own machines , rid beiUirimK/ themselves -in the i mutter or. finding the-bent and most i .chable, designs.^wlule: according to i ihe 1 , a . gietv mumy smaller Powers, such as Turkey, Nurwav, LtoumaniiVj -Sei^Ma,: C»reece. Clule SjftTii, ctr... ftrevnlRO'.t»irninR their ni tr«ii Ion to ; the : new ..-.weapon of war. «wl.buve sent" over oJlicers to bo trained nfipilotsin the dilTereAt . .ving schools -of Europe and the \ nlted <. States of America.. >\Mi»lo thiv^rcn'ter Powers ore bwsv niaklnir.'lhelr own 'machines-it is es ; iiiirt tod ihn t1.00 - neropl...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A WHITE EXILE. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 3 July 1914

A.WHITE. EXILE. ---k-- y A mysterious ivluto man, who haH U'<Ki ihe Ufo ot an cxUo in tho **lhls of t.ho Upper Congo for over .hirty years, was found by Mr. StP* wart, who has been travelling through tho Congo. "This man," .itnios Mr. Stewart, "was tho most mysterious individual I havo ever met. We curao upon him one oven* ;ng after1 wo had been walking through tho forest for twelve hours, and <vero soaked to the skin by f* terrible storm of rain accompanied i>y thunder und lightning. JVe march* £d in the direction in which w<* thought tho village ought to IK <i£untcd, when »c uaw tho figure of ..in elderly man cotuing towards us Tiw ojrriot'H, who were in front, .shouted that it was a white man *»tft when ho came near ho should i'm tho language of the natives, ami .>J<Ukm1 ho couM Bpuak that tongii" 'jpttcr than Kuglish., He look a ' o tbe village Wo were searching fur and wo then discovered that ho was i sort of king nmo...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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The Weight of an Atom. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 3 July 1914

The Weight ot an Atom. 'Accent nclentlfic researches havw ,«Vimrcntly not only proved the ac vtuul existence of indlvinible parti .cles, tbut have- actually succeeded sin wtiigMnjt them. This wonder ful jt'sult has boon accomplished t&UuoRt .simultaneously by , two phy tficifxts-professor l'orrin, i\f the Uni versity at Paris, and MiHiknu, oJ Ithe lUnivarsity of Chicogo. 1'irafi'w^Qr Perrin .arrived -at the <discovcpy by a study pf the so «cidh*l Urowninn movements of mi nute pnrtich-s, the nature of which ;hftd previously been understood. 'Jle conceived tiie 4dcu lhat'the cur ious dancing and ^vinkiing of iui tfiute particles #oen in emulsions .under :a microscope are due to the Jumilmrdtucut c4 .the visible parti /Cles or alums. By Applying well ; Known laws of physics to the pro blem he was nUe to determine that the weight ul nn atom of hydrogen is hucIi that 3,000,<000 billion bil lion atoms weigh ane .grtuit (i5-4 £ruins). Ihit the atom is aot the ...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Moving Pictures Taken at Night. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 3 July 1914

Moving Pictures Taken .at Night. .Taking moving pictures at night lwou1tI seem almost impossible, espov .dally would it scqm impossihio-.to itie skillrd photographer., ,for every photographer knows that after dark q picture :hns .to bo iinudc by flush ami .flashlight !is~just what its name indicates, a great but sud .deii Hash of light. U'o take moving ^pictures there jiitist he u continual light and how :tn secure a sustaimd light of sulli*. (dent brightness to take a moving ji,t>tr<N that is, an extremely long .time exposure \.whilc .the .film' is->.bo* ,jng run through -the .camera before .tlic opened shutter of tho lens, is & ijirol l m. .This has liecrt done, however, ac* »cori!ing to "The Inventing which says that it -came about through a hustling committee in ,K-'?»Siis City .which deslrod to ad* .vcrMse thoir eit-y .-thoroughly, . and twar.ted to add to tlie»if .municipal" iftMue by perpetunting a .mammoth .night parade to be held thero. dur* .frig" ...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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LANCEFIELD RAILWAY. MELBOURNE TO LANKFIELD [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 3 July 1914

I LA.NCEPIELD RAILWAY. MeMIOCRNK TO L*NOKflKt.U iTolhourn© ... ...dep. 6.40 1 ance/iuld Junction arr. 8.14 dep. 8.55 Boiimla ... ... ... § § M.onepptMa ... ... . § § NVnth Monegofta ... § .§ Romany ... ... ... 10,10 fjuncefield ... ar?. 10.25 p.M. . Melbourne .... ... dep . 5 4-2 Lnnccffold Junction arr 7.10 dep 7.18 Komsny../ ... 8 2 rjhoct fiQjd ... arr -'8.15 On, Snfcurdnya, thiB '? train,"leavos Melbourne nt 6.30 and. reaches kance* field at 93 p.m. t LANCKptttt.D TO MRfiROORNB. A.M. Lancpfietd... ... ... dep. 7.40 Romany ... ... 7.55 Lanuefield Jnnctioo<irr8.24, dep 8.41 Melbourne.;. ... ... ...9:45 I'M. Lanctifiofd .». ,,, ... dep.5.0 Roman? ... ... ' ... 525 Lanci-fii'ld Junction - arr. 6.11 Melbourne .,. ...orr. 7.27 Dirttanpc from 'Lancefield' to Melbourne, 4GJ inil.-v . !. Height of ranittftald above tlio sea level, 15(51 fu<jt» Lancwkld-RAILWAV. Fnrofi.--tnncrhVlfl to Mtilti. urne-(onhn nry fori p)-Iht cIrh» : ninglii 7", ronirn . 1 Is;; 2ii«l : sinu...

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Why Some People Stutter. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 3 July 1914

Why Some People Stutter. Stuttering is hot due. to any d** /cert in the organs- Of speech, but |s H mild form of Aphiutia. Aphasia, in nn acute /orm, is synony/nou# with the loss of memory or words, or* utfrti". the pationt. mny remem lor the words and be jiblo to wiito them I'11'- bo unable to proiiotiuca cm. Such a disability. to pro nounce fB due to lack of cor-ordina 4jon of the nerves of fcho speech, and it is precisely the same cpndf lion tHiit obtains.iiv stuttering^ Us uully stuttering te consequent upon soino juvenile disease, scarlot fever, fn^n^Ios, etc, The -child i» in & Mc.iUenwl condition., And in .speaking jnis speak8 once or twice. Its mind ,tn'«cs the suggestion that some difh (CtiPy °f pronunciation is attached 4,» thnt pnrticujor vword, or perhaps only to one particular letter, and ,tJip next itirue that letter recurs., rilhcr in the sa-me word or income, other word, ,tho child wiH .stutter ovir it again hecauao it anticipates that it will stutter, The ha...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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THE DISTRICT COURTS (19[?]). [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 3 July 1914

THE DISTRICT' COUNTS The P«»lice (Mr A. . l3>ulow) afctuhda thv following courts on the ctnys specified. L'lllY srssioss . -.Cntitlomaiue-Iwcry.. k nibty. at- 10 a m :nxc<'})t fi»nrt.li Friday in inOtitli:-. Ikyuuton.-I'jvuiy. Iuu»<lay.' at .10 ..xcepl 'hivil. I itoi-diiy. . .1Da\Iftifurd*-Kvoiy Woilnemlay. aMOa.m exemptttuitf AV<stiH'd<iuy in tiio.-iiimtt-h: v- ? . -ivlaldtm-iMi'ftt; uml-. third Mondayu urtho im>nllh'nL"Il,30n.in./? * . ^ . > .Tr«iitli»u»-FiiHt audithir<i-Thurft<lnyiMti! . in nth at 10 0 t til . .. \Yc<)ilur.<l-No(Mi<!.Hmlkf<nirtlit\l<tn''iiVPuv in till H |) i ; . v FiiSl'irritLiy.tii-mnnth sxt3r:;'lK: Minbtiry-F<iu»ih ?.Ivtul)iV' ^»T:. month , ut ? M in ' -lU 'Clt wood-Sej^ud-i.burHiUy vin rnnmth j .it 10 a.»n . * - » { Gistxirnu-r-Fniirtb t hurKdav-iiiiimonth at. 10 i in . Glunl>oii -I' tr«l-AV ?dntfl«luy,-Hi'U(ont.» ;.»t...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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ORANGE INSTINCTS OF BEES. THREE CLASSES OF INDIVIDUALS IN EACH COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 3 July 1914

o .,'AfiSe INSTINCTS OF BEES. THREE GLASSES OV INDIVI DUALS IN EACH COLONY. 3n tha honey bco we find so mntij Biuh remarkablo instincts that It fcci/.b to Professor Alfred Falrhurst Imposri.Ie that they.coild have bo o Acquired by the process of ovolu tion. Our authority continues in 30 Interesting publica itn : Three Moda of individuals ' eJiist in a colony of bocs-the queen, whose sole work is to lay eggs ; tha drones or malja, whose only function is to fertilfso the queen, and the workers, uhicU are females undovelopcd sexually. Cnly one queen i3 permitted to liv* in the colony at the same time, there being a mortal antipathy he» twecn* the queens The queen is con j Hnually guarded by a number of ! workers and hor wants are carefully j supplied. If. two queens aro in ibj j same colony they enter combat, bc , -in* urged by the workers, and fi^ht till ono stings the otter to death. -V.hcn a young queen is ready to Ira "p. the cell in which the has beta reared, she is not paririltte...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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LAW RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 3 July 1914

?'= LAW RELATING NEWSPAPERS. 1. Subscribers who do not rIvo ex press notic* thocontrary nroconsidered An wishing to CONTINUE tlioir subscrip tion 2. If subscribers order the discont inuance of their peiiodicalu, the publisher may continue to send then) until Aukkaka are piiid. 3. If subscribers refuse or negloct to i take periodicals from the office to which 1 Uiey avc directed, tlioy arc Rv.svo sui.B until tlio.v hare settled tlioir bills, and .ordered tho tho periodicals: to bo dis continued. . . 4. If subscribers remove to other places without informing tho publishers, and Clio papers are sent to their former direction, tho subscribers are responsible, 5, Tho. courts have decidod that .'refusing to take periodicals from tho oHicc or removing or leaving ihem un called for is prima facia evidence of in tentional PkaUH. 6. If ftultgcriherap&y in advance for a periodical, they . arc . bound to give Notjck to the publisher. at the end of Ihe time, that they do not wish to con ...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Markets. MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET Melbourne, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 3 July 1914

Markets. M ICLBOUUN IS GK \ IN-MAUK.M' Mtlbjiiruti luciliv : Hit: Oippbluud I'Qil Nuribeiu CoH.pcr/iMvu { isolliug. Co. Ud. ujjiurt iia-Mlowir:-' -. Ui in n 13j1 U|. I forCuii ; medium&»101 t<> 3<I0J .; . - Jo «J i;-beat, foud,-2a 21; ! JUJOibuUi, tu.'Ju ItJr. Ibejc is j'ttbcr ft better fcelm^ hi .tliln. but priuuB are &iiU vury low and covur .a wide riwitfJi. . : ( : .< v ? . ] .,i Muiztf- licavy tju|»pliu-» . huvo .come for- ' wuril tiunna the p ut fow <lav^ v I'riuie diy . wortu .Jd '11inuiiium ami -milt down I t«j a*. ' ! ioiutuu-Jberoia vury littlo jnuuiry to day for Kily luioi «t:ftll^;<iiulc»iibinuciitly ibu llllllkkt ; Id dllf); .. idlilltC ' (ill rilluiiri -ifd belliu^ ati'4 O8 !to: M 16j V K»»ud> £4; iu«- 1 diiun: iiud infetior uie-vcry haul to iilmr- 1 .Lh.ill-I'liiuu oalun . 4i:i 2< UU 'tb'Jt'J 0> medium Uuicnei-Xjafge;qimiU!i)CR have £01110- to h«ud diuuig tlie j.»at fovv d.*y«, a...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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POSTAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 3 July 1914

POSTAI. INKOKMATION. Muils^ nre itt'Hpaluliod from- the Post Oflicu, !i,.],], a" fi.liouv|),ii y* . lUiustjy mill .Mull>iniriit* {Suuihi\ti rx iuniLtl) -mTiil clusw at 7 H.rn. nil.I jit 4 30 p,,"., I'or ICtiiu Klai, on 'I'ueailayBmill KriiiavB, clnoH. at Il.ol). Itnchfoniy N. wlmin. rind .-uomlwiil; rlully, ..Jlo-es ill. B.lo- p;ni. Kilmuie oil Monilnv Wiilni'sdnv ,imi Kiiitiiy. nnil. fur bRnnKfii..a -.D >»me clnjs, cI.isiB 2.110 p in J , .Mm l.tmi-rlu-M IobL 0(Ei*c is cIomiiI (>uilv M-fi p.in. (Hi. nniiiriluy nijjhts the i.(Hce op-in fur delivery of. Imtora at 0.80 p.in. , on oilier1 Mfjhlsul 8.30. . ? ? ? ? i

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Pattern for Boy's Pyjarmas. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 3 July 1914

Pattern ior Boy's Pyjarnaa. . - PATTEUN - No. 51. Pr» :e 9.1. tor.8 >md;l0 yyar8.) \J 7 1 hiA.ch »wa a act 4>f bny «i pyj una* mud* in 0 *ylnuv Uuniicl - It. rt,'{ir»:s«ine "Kv«r\ U\ u a .liuim.i] pit it urn n<>.: 5)1. om. >u two biz '8 - foi hnj'd «f 8 uii'l 10 v-'.rb. .. Ihta pu turu uimy vbu. beai^hr.: for mni? pi-nuK <? from . loon I putt* . or wul h«! <<uut; / pint :in?.any/ if* nlliu .poncti. in. v.bveryJw«ly«-,.-/Jouniul.v nS.C . ftv* i»n -ton v ' >;cl'» urjie- - -Mntu .ninuljur ' »»1 pattern nnd. "izumjinrri.l. Jf n.pwm* H'iimp irf Hent toMibuvu mlilvuss. h,r4b-j'iijj»r will be h*;»IL-to iinv vruitdor . \\ ha writes^ .?.S.Mnl.lr».'0

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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SHIRE INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 3 July 1914

SHIRE INFOBMATKM T.anccfletd shlro.-AfM, S8 Population of ahlro. 1208. Km. U r .4f rlwelllngs, 208, |{omnfy shire.-Area, 8S sq. mllne. V> , Ti>tfon of ehfre 1900, Nuoibor «i * 4i!0. ; .* . . Springfield shiro.-Area, 111 w* .. . V v I'.-f.ulatfon of shire, 706, Nuii.i. . " »»('.???? <lu tilings, ] U, I'y^long shire-Area, 220 wt' ' !'. [.ulfltioo of eblrc( 1200, Nu«.fV du. llingo, 380. . NToulnim»\Voodend- ahiro,-A reft j ij: . niii»e. Populaton, 2100, .Numl>.«' wl dw«lliog6 . '....fVi?

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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LOCAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 3 July 1914

, LOCAL INFORMATION. | . Lfctveofiefld Wriro -Council.-M^ctiaga fooJd on last Friday in ovory mouth. Cruan ciKorfl ; MeHsrs J- WuddeW. M. foy, A. Johnston, W. M'ln^oBh, J. It* Id hi n *iey, J., Harley, It. F. Blackest, H. Hemphill, and It. .<3rnh;un Acliug .Seefot-nrv. Mr P.J. McMa'hon. Health officer, OrFinniR Dairy inspector,, Mr iMe5£<i«eio, ., Pound 1 k««j{ier, Mr J. W atariunl, JoHjJector of nui(i!ir»cft8, »Mr VV. Khvftrdu LamjelieUl Waferwovfc* Tfns^'ir'Cniij. miMioiiors muet Uat Fi» lay in «ve»*y month. AcMnpf Secretary Mf P.*T. McMahctf. LancoftoM Horticultural . Suoiofcy. Tho oommH-tco hnld'ftljjdr mooting oh the Monday on«ar b^ore tholfull woou, See,, Mr J. Witer^nd. Lanccfleid Mechanics' iMRtifcute.-The committoo raftet second ..$'fhUy en, &Ach taontb,.' -Hon. secroWy, Mr J. ; Librarian, Mr John Watffland. ' Lunocncld Kiflo Club.-Ciptain, Mr M. &PKUiinney. ; secretary, Mr H.. Gnldin*. Lnuccfleld 4 Brrtsa B$uv». - Pr.iCtn:H h»*ld ! woe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 3 July 1914

London & Lancashire Fire Insurance Co. All kinds <4 rtUWOKA'L AOCIRKNT -nilM(J«N'B8B POUCIK8 l»u«d. On nol <l«l»y compl»>ln« -with thn nbo"i> #»iltky Cori»t*iion »iWor.lfraiin'» Inou ramo Palter Hre : Jjttraranoa. T?titorf*r{p»rfc>&oUr», eto, Imurmee : Atjaimt, . j jpcrsnniil A«jiflont 'hji>ilnoM 'ha* -mi/ler* j .gofjc »r#inMk»bIii change doting the!) j)*#t;few yeiin. {Premiums -bftwe ,becn I trrduoed. 'boMflfiis iii.or«Me«lt nnd .new nnctmWng flatmnnce againstJ riodhato n grvnt'} ^!vam?o «»n anything confompbitad m Utie.e»nly tfaara of tta* Limitless. j C-ccil ajjaut-H, Ooldipg, *" Merourj -mm t iflHBOH -DIRECT0J?y l[Publl«hci\ AnnoailyJ \ trad«r« Ihronahout .the Wotld ito.' communicate .litfot with hii|<U«li i , MANUFAOTIIJRBB8 .AN® 'DEAlliEUS ; an Pant clnw of «uo4». Re«M .8heing«t». ,Dl«le iiimmciflUl guide to l^imlnn nn.l iis .Staibt,' the directory.contain. Ik's of KKPOKC itBRCHANTS \ ,#'ilh lhe.0i'0il» theyjhlp, nnd...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CLOSE SEASON FOR GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 3 July 1914

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Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
[?] RATES AND REGULATIONS [Where the term "The Commonwealth" is used in connection with these rates and regulations it includes Pap[?], Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Island.] [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 3 July 1914

ES AND REGULATIONS | *-ho term "Tho Common- j I wtiijtli is uimkI in oonnection with tiicsc I 1 it iacJudcs Papua, j Lord HOJVO ialajiJ, and Norfolk Xfibud. _ J-KlTUlihL F<?r «emr<jTy { ouuco or fraction thereof, .'or delivery within the CaiMiuou wealth .. .. G J 'or'delivery iu 4 lio British Em pire o i or deliv-ery in the N«w IIcbr-ideH, Jiauks, aud 'lorreu lsia»dn .. 0 2 »r delivery in alitor places 0 2i JjKTI'EU CA1 Wi$: ;>r delivery within iiie C<umnon*i'oalth : SijUtK Id. Cttdi; reply, Id. eaoU half, or delivery Sii iho lintUh Knmiro (ae* . list of places under "Jitters )-Sin gle. Id, each. ...- - iii New Llebridoij KaHkB. juii fbrres JelarwUj-Single. 'id. each, .or delivery iu othar places- Jsiu^le, 2jd. each". POST GAUDS k>iogie Poatcards impressed r/Uh rtiw Id. (tamp, and Ueply or double cards, e&oh half of which baa the Id. ^tanrp iiuprewed therc.on, may bo fcranjjuiit*eu £o places within the<Conini<ojj w...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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