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

Humorous. ^arirv.a*, AC pr*oent seems to oe n rtfled Into those who do too much ar» th030 who do too little. Row find th« happy medium -of doing just enou?: to keep capacity employed. But o the two extremes, it <s far better to i\ too much than to do too little. Wor; awakes and lights up the energies Ju>» fts love awakes and lights up the hoar Without work one never finds one self. To'be able jo do even-one thin well is a step gained, a movement Ji wards self-respect. To rust out i despicable. It is worse—it is crici!n;i We need not fuss through the worb but every one of us should find son: use for the faculties with which v. have been endowed. What 1b considered to be tlie l&rgpj printing press in the world 'has been constructed by Messrs. Hoc tr. Co. at their New York works. It is . double Octuple press,-so arranged tb» it can be used for printing In colo- " as well as in black. It will comsum 144 miles of paper, Z feet wide, p<\ ; hour, and (he wh...

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

Fllbltn?NotlcfB. Notice of Removal, !To tumae nr. Enlarged Pliiht, Heavier Stock, and Bigger Staff -TJHIEJ faitetficlit i^mitrir, 38 now printed an8 pablisbed in Larger -anti More Qonvpnieni Premises, nsxt to the SAVINGS BAtfK, And opposite the Post Office. BROS.. SEWSNG MACHINESi ymwiijjL When yoa are not tcwlnj tht "Drophcad" Mftchlo* mutes ft ••plendid table, and the machine -jtseif it shttt aw*y out of the reach >o( tli$ dust knd the children. • • WARD BROS. "Drophead" Costa Pound* leu than others, freight paid to your station. Write tewjay .-for illustrated Catalog teJllcg yea •11 about thiaund our maaynher style*. S8-38 ERROL. STREET, . NORTH KELGCtfRHE.

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Cricket Association. FIXTURES. The following is the list of District Cricket Association fixtures— [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 16 January 1914

Cricket Association. FIXTURES. ' : The-'foHowioc: is the list of (District { ^Oricket Association fixtures —j January =10—Riddell 'V. -Ramsey ; ! jNewhaai'V. Lancefield. | January 17—LauceSeld v. RiddoU ; Jtfewhara v. RomBey. " January 24—Romaoy v. kancfifiel ^Riddell r, NWham. January 31 —Romeey v, Biddell; //Jjunoefaeld v. JSewhara. February 7—Riddell v. Lancefield.; ■^'Romsey-vNewhura. Febraary 14t—Lancefield v. ;Rom; -«ey; -ftewham v. Riddell. February.21—Riddell v, Romaey.; ••^ewham v, iiaucefield, . February 28—Lancefield v, Rid» • dell; Newhatn y, Romsey. v March ^7—Romeey v. Jjancefield; •^Riddell v« Newhara. March 14—Rojusey y. .Riddell.; Lancefield v .Newham, March:.2l—First aod aecond teams : dIrv off, . :; Mnrcli 28 ~"::ChHll(jnge routoh if ■•wanted. .-:1; Ail mutches to i>*» play^iion ground •hiHt-tmmedulub.

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

Court Fixtures. -' . I Tho'Tollowitic nro t.ho Police ■Irnto's ilftya of atrondunco at. the •courts of Cliiit part of the Cttatlomaim1 iDiRlribt::— 'Lincdfiuld—Wudncndnya, 11 a.m. ■Jiiiiunry 21, Foirimt-y 18, March 18 April 16, Mny 20, June 17. Romsey—Wednesdays, 2.30 p.m • on H*inu ilaten an Lancoiiold. Woodond—Mondays, 3 p ra. Jan •niiry 12.ami 26 ; February .9 and 23 March 9 and 23 ,- April 27 , May 11 <aud 25. and Juno 22. Kynoton—Tuesdays, 10 a.m. Jau mary 6,33,-aud 27 ; February 3, 10, -and 24, March 8, 10, 24, and 31 ; .April 7 and 28; May -5, .12, and 26 ; jaud June 2,-8, 23,.and 30. Licensing Courts will bo\eld as •-'follows:—Lancefiald distriot (held at •Rom-ey)—January 21, February 18, ..Itlarah >>8, April IS, May 20, and _3'aue Vf' Kynoton—January 6, Febraany 3, March 3, April .7, May 5, and;Juuo

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 — 16 January 1914

The Weight of an Atom. Recent scientific researches have, apparently not only proved the ac tual existence of indi visible parti cles, .but have actually, succoedetl in weighing them. This wonder*:, ful result has l>oon accomplished almost simultaneously by two phy^ eicists—Profc-ssor Porrin, of the Uni versity of Paris, and Millikan,-: oi the Uiiivursity uf Chicago. Frofrssor Perrin arrivod at !tho discovery hy a study oi the so* called Brownian movements of :mi: nuto particles. the nature oi wliieh had not previously been understood. He conceived the ktea that the cur ious dancing and twinkling of mi nute particles seen - In emulsions under a microscope are due to the bombardment of the visible parti cles or atoms. By applying well known laws of physics tf.o the pro blem he was able to determine thut the weight of an atom of hydrogen la such 'that* y,000;000 billion bil lion atoms woigh >on«s gram (15.4 grains). -But the atom to not the Ultimate .-.particle, 'bot .a group co...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Moving Pictures Taken at Night. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 16 January 1914

Moving: Pictures Taken at Kight. Taking moving pictures at -night ■would seem almost impossible, espe cially would it seem impossible to the skilled photograoher, for every photographer knows that after dark a picture has to be inudc by flash* light,' and flashlight is just what its name indicates, -a great but sud den flash of light. To take moving pictures there must be a continual light and how to secure a sustained light of sufli cieat brightness to take a moving ! picture, that iB, an extremely long 1 time exposure while the .film in ' be ing ran through the camera before the opened shutter of the Ions, is a problem. This luia been done, however, un cording to "The Inventing Age," which says that it came about through i\ hustling committee in Kansas City which desired to ad vertise their city Thoroughly, and .wanted to add to their mumeipfii f&iuc by perpetuating a mammoth night parade to be Iveid there dur ing a -certain 'festival. A platform twenty feet high was greet...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Why Some People Stutter. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 16 January 1914

Why Some People Stutter. . +- ' ■ Stuttering is not due to any de fret in the organs of specch, but s a mild form of Aphasia. Aphasia; u an acute form, is synonymous with the losa of memory or word*, or, again, the patient mny remem ber the words and be able; to wi itc them but be unable to pronuunco thorn. Such a disability id jwo nounce is due to Jack of cor-ordina tJon of the nerves of the spftcch, and It is precisely the same condi tion that obtains in stuttering. Ub- J ually otuttering- is consequent upon i some juvenile disease, scarlet fever, ! -mouslcs, etc. The child As in a weakened condition, and In speaking. mis-speaks once or twice. Sts mind ; takes the suggestion tbat'Some diffi culty of pronunciation i9 -attached to that particular word, or perb&pa only to one particular letter, and the next time that letter .recurs, ■ either in the same word or 'in some other word, the child will stutter; ovor it again because it anticipates that ft will stutter. The habit is...

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

mow TO ;JTEUTRtA:I4SE 'DAK. : GBROUS STOMAOH ACIDS. Ftw people besides physicians realise tho .importance of keeping the food contents of • the stnninchvfree from acid fermentation, ilenltfay n rm'al digestion cannot »nko plane -.jvhiie tho delieato lining «f mncb is being inflamed ntid diatend-u bynnitlitml. wind—the re*ulu of fermenting food i<> the ■ stomach. To secure porfect (li^Osiinit, f^r - mentation must he atopped or prevented. • •and the acid neutralised. For :thib purpose .physicians usually reeomui'-'nd {jetting si iittlo binurnted inagnoii from the chemist aud taking half a tensuwmful in'a iiul* hot or cold water imm«di:it*ly afur caring. Tbey recommend bUuraUd magnesia b< cause it is pleasant to - tako/h?9 no diiacrenabte aftej erTectyj ami instantly stops-fermcnta tinn, neutralises the acid s»nd wakvs the •Sour food bland, sweet aud easily liiyeaivd. The regular uco of bisurated rnagneaia—> "be Pure jnu getthtfbisurated. as other kind* • o...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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The District Excursion. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 16 January 1914

frjCho Disiriofc Excursion. A" pnbliu mooting wan hold on itttdoy evening lo rnnko arratitfo ea'ijfor tho annnnl diatriot eitour J. Walorland presided, fej^'rirf:n(j'JticJL'tict> won read from tho fHWpy l)npartmont and Monsrn araiirt, Pnrkcr and Co. that Thoh fe February 17, had been reoordod jtiiri d'lie (or the oicaraion. On .the million of ttiu Chairman, oonrfod by Mr M. Lofts, 3/r- J, | orriak wis re-appointed sooretary idtMBsnrer. iThiai'omaiittfaappointod woro: — jjggfeC J. Wu torlnnd, Alex. John Mi;;,! A. J O'OatlnKhan, M'. fiftttn, iJohnnton, M. Foy, J MoElhinnoy, ( Barley, B. W. Gnthrid|je> 0. F. javiesj B Reiher, J.'1'rindleB, H. C. omaey), and R, A. Nelson : Sunbury). » Tho: route decided upon wan to irronto and and Qneeosoliff. The cretftry w»a authorised to distribute Dketa at the same price as laat year. On tbf; motion of Mi'luilta, the oretary was iuatrnctod to engage i Gillio's bund, nod arrange for Bap ies of hot and cold water and milk , Qaeehspliff.

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Bush Fires, OUTBREAK IN LANCEFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 16 January 1914

Bush Fires, OBTBllEA K IN MNOEFIEM). Last Sunday, a grass fire broke out on Mr Powell's property, two streets north of High-strcct. It attracted a big proportion Of the township's population, and was got under after burning about an acre of grass. The townfolk soon had the fire in hand; other Wise the house and contents would have been destroyed. The cnstomary notices are posted all over the country, conveying warn ings against the carcless use of fire, and the police have been in structed to see that the Act is en forced. Though Sunday's fire was a small one, there were grounds forresidents' alarm. If a fire got hold north of the town, in tlie present condition of the grass, a north wind might sweep it into the town, and it might go 'hard with properties on that side of High-street.

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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The Licensing Board. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 16 January 1914

; .The Licensing Board, N'T&e seventh nnnual report of Hie Eiiaenses Reduction Board has bae-n issued., and gives a su-mniary of the worlcdone for the year end-nig December-, 1913. In the wis and a half /years-of its -existence the Board haft/-closed and compensated 710 hotels at a total <co&fe to the trade of £344j952* being u,o average <?f £485 per. 'hotel, ' £t;$s pointed out that where snper* Quoits hot-els have been closed, those ressaining are able to rebuild and im pra^e tfeeir accommodation. In short, t&ey.faave been changed from drink tag ideas into residential bouses fill imC.'tfc useful purpose. "During 1913 Ibtje'Board closed 96 ho'els ; chiefly in jdi&iricts wbeiea large excess over the statutory number existed. In the •pros?ramtno for 1914, a visit to Uance •field is included in ( be work relating to deprivation and compensation. The ** Age's" statement t.bat only iwo din tricjtB; above tbe statutory number fcave ^n...

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

Publications. Thcf/January issue of "'Life" quite up to standard—which is ;ying: a good deal. In this onth's instalment of Jack Lon >n's latestfand best serial, " The alley of the Moon," he'proves is: deep knowledge of human itare by showing the suffering id -anxiety brought upon the omen and children by strikes id lockouts (however justifiable) id the inevitable deterioration isultihg from voluntary or en trced idleness. Rex Beach con ibutes the second of his series F thrilling short stories, of which le Australasian rights have been urchased by " Life." World blitics and our own little affairs re successfully dealt with, and i'e man or woman of little leisure an'keep himself or herself posted p in- all affairs of any moment •y regularly taking '" Life." •SEitiifche -ecmoer -afc fits height t'ao rao opolitan newspapers are, as utmal, dia iBsing'Vcry "flercdly the qnestion'of mixM ithtacf.i Viewa on both Bides aro ex resaad'by scores of correspondents, and Kverylady's Journal" bn...

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

Tariff Revision. 'the Inter-State Commission to in^ vestigate the tariff hold its first frit iing in Alelbonrne on Monday. , The failure of the Labor Party to carry '•oufc it« promise to re vise arid, pen or epeaking, raise the -customs duties was rightly resented, -and those who had dootributod to its sweeping suc cess on the strength of those promi ses expressed Iheir disappointment at thft last, elections by putting Labor out of office, The Coraraisnion took evidence tirof, from 1 representative of the boot - manufacturing industry. There 10 no doubi< thnt, Melbourne boot factories having gained a fair 1 foothold under the Viofoiian tariff, have been busy since Federation, by the inter State'duties being abolished. At the sarno time, the growth of their trade has not kept pace with the growth of importations ondor the Federal tariff The prosperity we are still enjoying the dwindling tail end of, arono out of our exports being for some years in excess of our imports. In...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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THE KILMORE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 16 January 1914

THE KILMOUE RA0E3. There was a record attendance at the Kilmore races on Wednesday, about £150 being taken at the gate. Only two hor»«a started in the Had dicvp, the chief race of tho day, bat close tiuishes made most of the racing interesting. Tho Trial was won by Toti^fi Bean (2 to 1); the Welter Purse by Gaby {4 to t) ; the K. T. C. Handicap by Active Lad (10 to 1 on); the* 13a<& by Buftwidgeo (6 to 4) ; r.tfo Purt»e by Artf-mona (2 to 1) ; the jfumper* Flat Uaoe by Sir Colin (2 fro i); and the Pony Race by Blush (5; to 2). 1

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Markets. LIVESTOCK RAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 16 January 1914

Markets. LIVE8T0CK RAILED. Mr. W;- A« Johnston, nganfc for. ! Meaarw J, M. Peak and Sacs, | Ltd. report* having railed.to New market from Lancofufld and district the following sheppa«>d lanba : — 273 wlmru !«mh, W. Sh»miba'i, to I5f Id, average 13-i 2d ; 241 iamb , Connors Broa, at 13J 6d ; 14').C K Mostey, at )5s 5(3; 140 shorn Inn b , Jo.°epb Ea-iea. to 17s Id, n»*ernj."jjg 16a 7d ; 338 ph rn Iamb?, G WVli^ fc 15s 2d ; 136 shorn .lamb?', W Hi.ytfl, to 17s, average, 14*'3d; 127nhoiu Iambs, John Kudo , to 16-« 4d, averag ing 14b Gd ; R. LLil'hh, to 15**» i averaging 13s 91 ; 119 Patteraou Bros., shorn lambs at 15r lOd ; 111, I M K" Walsh, shorn Inmba at )5a 7 >; < 93 shorn lambp, M, Maher at lofl; 99 phorn lambf», J a. Maher, at 13s 9d ; 71 shorn Iambs, P, Walsh, at 14a ort ; G6 Iambs, M Shannon, at 15s 3d ; 43 wetherp, Jh« Muhor, to 19s 9d, averaging 17e 8d."; "•

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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FIRE AT RIDDELL. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 16 January 1914

fire AT rtddklii. The Kyneton "Gardian" says: ' The Riddell district fires exten ded to Mount Macedon on Friday. Fire fighters from Riddell, Sun bury, Gisborne and Macedon fought most strenuously, but in spite of their efforts thousands of acres of grass and miles of fenc ing were destroyed. Fortuately many of the Riddell residents had burnt breaks around their home steads and stacks, otherwise all would have gone, The fighters remained .until daylight, and worked hard and willingly, al though they had previously done heavy work. A dance was being held in the township, but as soon as the fire alarm was given, all the young men hastened to the scene of the fire. The outbreak is the most extensive and disas trous that has ever occurred in the district." A fire broke out on Saturday at Mr Chapman's, Lancefield road, Within a short distance of the town. It travelled quickly, and despite some willing workers, it crossed the road. Fortuuately the flames were arrested in a ploughed paddock...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. Melbourne, Tuesday. The Gippsland and Northern Co-operative Selling Co. Ltd. report on Tuesday last as follows:— [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 16 January 1914

MJBLBOU UN 15 GIU1N M AH KMT. Meltioumej Tucxlay, Tho Oippolund and Northern Co-oparntlve Soiling Co. Ltd. report on Tuead»y Iwt «« follows :— Wheat—F.a.q., 3s 6i'l; fowls' wheat, 3* 4Jd to 3b 5<i; inforior lower. ' Oita—Rathor aoarce. Milling uomiually ■ Is S>id to U IOd; feod, U 84<l to le flil. Barley—Prices almost noin mi', English. Sb to 3» 4d; Cape, 2s to 2e 6d. Maizo—Prices hive firmed couiidersblyi Buyers are offering 4s ox store* ; Chaff—Choice oaten, £3 6s ; priuK. J£3 2l 6d ; mediute and inferior lower. Potatoes—Largor quantities Of' new tatoee are now arriving, and the roarVet v* mains steady. OarciiuS atfi celling at 10b to X4j6»; Pinkeyes, j£3 to *3 5s, Onions are offering at £i> JOs to i7»

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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NEWMARKET STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 16 January 1914

—— - I NEWMARKET STOCK SALE. . Mossrft Adam,son, StriMtle and Go. Pfcy. Ltd., report: Fat; Lambs*-*-32,000 yarded. A large proportion cod atstod of cood and prime qualities. Tbo market opened with Htendy com petition, wlicn pricos ruled firm, while a<t Bales progressed bidding became kroner, hardening to improved rates. Prime oroflsbred wethers, from 18« 6d to 20s; extra do. do, from 20m 6d to 23s 9d ; good do. do, from 17a to 18* ; second do* do, from 35h ,* prime crossbred owon, from Ion 6d to 17h;' extra do; do, from 18a to 20n ; a few! higher ; good do. do, from. 14a to 15* ; * others', from 10wj prime merino wethers. from IGm 3d lo 18a 9d; pood do. do, from 14s 9d-to 15w 9d ; second do. do, from 12a 6d to. 14a: inferior, from 10a; with morino ewe, froim 7a to 17s. , . . They aold 196 comebaok ewes, Flfislotb Bros, LanoeBeld at 12s 3d ; 88 do, do, S. J. Johnston, Laucefiold, at 14a 2d. Fat Latiibfi Prime »nld at from 15b to 17s* p'rimfj ahorn, from 13b Gd to 16b ; cxt...

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

WHOOPING COUGH.       ' kart whoopiuy couch vorv genplo f» Store, 47 Mguu-roart, Mnningtim, ?li 6cveral WUR1' medicines ;tl«n I > ? ? pf u™ >'loin£ bi,n anv.(;ocv). ^ • 5'e''",ps UouCh Ksm«lv .and ho got immediate tcsliuf. Sincitbeu'j toT/iolnnT k<,pt t'»» WnD^rfui ;S, •• O lK ">•<iniJ it (6 bVfiry. tpSpMB, "U CUtalii!ts wd "Store | £2 a Year Per Cow Better j Than Any Other. T2xe 1913 Mods 1 ! "ALFA-LAVAL" Separator Snparaedca alt previous attorn "Alfas" atid ia vastly supnrior fo that of evury other make. Th« AU TOMATIC OIL SPLASH SYSTEM of lubrication oinboiiicd in the 1913 Model (daces stil)/mother rung in the ladder of perfection, n\y which the "Alfa" is constantly oliinbin^* In tbo latest m«>dol them nro no c holec to fill up with dirl, or perhnps | ho overlooked njh'gcthor. Kvory | wearing surface svf tho machine, whan 1 in use, is automatically and constantly | supplied with a liberal ai fresh clean oil ...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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LIVE STOCK RAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 23 January 1914

LIVE STOCK RAILED. Mr W. A. Johnston, agent for J. &I. Peck and Sons Ptv. Ltd., reports having railed the following sheep and Iambs. On account of Mr P. Murphy, sold up to zos, being a record price for the Lancelield district; on ac count Chas. Hemphill, ja xbred wethers at 19s, 11 ewes at 16s id, 45 lambs to 17s gd, averaging i6s6d; C. H.'.Mustey, 86 xbred wethers at 19s 6d, 1+ ewes at 15s 9d; P .Murphy, 122 shorn lambs to 20s, averaging 161 Sd ; Patterson Bros. 158 shrn !amb» to 15s, averaging 14s 7d; Connor Bros., 120 lambs to 16s, averaging 13s 7d; F.Martin, 133 shorn Iamb* to 14s sd, averaging 1 zs ltd; 104. shorn lambs John Eades, to ijs 3d, averaging 14s id, 18 ewes at 16s iod.

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