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(ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) THE MESHES OF FATE. OR THE CURSE OF THE BLUE DIAMONDS. SYNOPSIS OF PREVIOUS PARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 10 July 1914

(ALL RIOHXA' HBBEHVETO.) MESHES "OFFATE. ; OR,. THE CURSE OF THE BLUE DIAMONDS. ( By Hcdley RictaardB, Author of "Th» Mine Master's H»ir," "Time, t.ho Avenger," ttc., etc. SYNOPSIS OF PREVIOUS PARTS. 1 The story opons in Australia, whero Joshua Wedmoro, an unsuccessful miner, is tramping along in sonrch of fresh fields. Entering a hut ho dis covers a man on a rudo bed, ill with the fever. Whilst administering to the sufferer Wctlmorc notices a small bag and a loaded revolver under tho pil low. On examination the bag proves to contain blno diamonds of enor mous value. Theso ho appropriates, as he considers the fovor-stricken one 1ms only a few hours to live. Wed more goes on his way, finally reach ing Melbourne, whero he books a Pas sage for England in tho Fairy Qucon. vessel is wrecked, Wedmoro and c\dcrly man named Rupert Heth crington, of Wynthshay Hall, being thfi only survivors. After many days 0f suffering and exposure they are eventually rescued and placed on board the Merry E...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Court Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 10 July 1914

. Court Fixtures, The following are thePolice'Magie trnte'a Hays of at>e»dance at 1 he courts of thin pnrt of the Oastlemaine Diitriot: Laoerfleld-WeJswdaya, 11 a.m. January 21, February 18, March 18 April 16, May 20, Jnne 17. Komsoy- Wednendnyp, 2.30 p.m. .n mm dates at Lancefieid, Woe&ttd-Mofiiayt, Spa, Jm nary 12 and 26 ; February 0 am) 23; Maroh 9 and 23 April; 27 , May 11 and 25. and Jnna 22. Kyneton-Tnesdays, 10 a.m. Jnn oary 6, 13, and 27 ; Febrnaiy 3, 10, and 24, March 3, 10, 24, and 31 ; April 7 and 28; May 5, 12. and 26 ; and June 2. 9, 23, and 30, Licensing Courts will be held as follows;-Iiftncvfi«id disfriot {held at Romi-ey)-Jannsry 21, FebmRry 16, March 18, April 15, Msv 20, and June 17. Kyneton-January 6, February 3, March 8, April 7, May 5, .and Jirve

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 10 July 1914

Nervous Breakdown Mr. I*. R, MILES, a well-known Interstate Traveller. "REPRESENTING ONE OF THE ^LARGEST COMMERCIAL FIRMS IN -AUSTRALASIA, WRITES A REMARKABLE 'UETTER TO CLEMENTS TONIC LTD./' IN WHICH HE DRAWS THE PUBUtC ATTENTION TO HIS .WONDERFUL RECOVER* TO WEALTH AFTER ALL MED1» . «.C1NE5 FAILED (HIM. MR. MILES'EMPHATICALLY ,'DECLARES WE CONSIDKS THIS TONIC THE GREATEST IN TOE WORLD. BECAUSE HE KNOWS WHAT IT DID FOR HIM AND FOR HIS .SYDNEY FRIEND WHO ADVISED HIM TO TAKE IT. AND WHOM 'IT CURED-OF ^RHEUMATISM AFTER HE HAD BEEN -CON SIDERED INCURABLE. READ THIS LETTER-IT IS GOOD READING FOR THOSE?STHQXIESIRE TO REGAIN HEALTH. . Commercial Traveller** Ckib. - , Moore Su. Sydney, 3/4/l3« OklMINTi TONIO UTDi| " For ywfvl Mfmdlrom CHRONIC INDIGEST40N and DEBILITY, and. a*, my .profession is one involviog very cfrenuous duties id the interests ot one of (he largest international finni represented in Australia, aMines J found it very difficult, on account of ill-health, no perform -those...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 10 July 1914

AoeftioBi, Kilmore Monthly Sale, Honda/, July 13th, 1S14. | Sfceep and Gc&tfo ! BPKOIAL U.OT OF SPBINGBHSi ' ?"rrTlttlAl' SKELLY Mid GO. and' W CHi*8. HAMILTON will hold ih,ir ir »*' monthly a*Iaat thalf-Kilmora.ynrda on :Hood»y, Wtb J»lj, whtalhej'Slll pMitinlyj 8e»eral good'Knea of'Cattle *nd' /6h«ep,wbioh tjill Jnolndo a conpla 'dl'peoe of well-bred -Bollocks of,' fattening a«e«, and Ruveral speo .ially ifloofl'lote of SpringsT, in ..olotling iGuaraoUad 'Cowa andl 'Heifera»n'th0'po:n'o^o«l»ing. iCAOTKE. ilt Mlocka.U and-S J cattle, big and thrae-pa:ts (at < ;10 Bullocks.!4 y«»r<,-n«ll' br«daMid'^frown,![ raoitly Shortborna, aona'fal '] ,'JS Stacra, 3 yeaca, vary Rood aotU (I « Blf cowa. Rood chopper! ' ? ?It aleera, 2{ yeara, (a good.atufdUion/arMl bred { "11 CbOioe cowa, aprioglnR, b«llfg oswaa^y -eomplnto hsrrl, guaranteed aoaod | 4 Oood aptlnginf cowafoa pbint< if eMMogJ 6 Hdten, S yeara off, on polntof calving t ' 4 ShottdotD heltea, a...

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LANCEFIELD MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 10 July 1914

J.AXuhJb' .u i;KK'l AdamfloL,, JStJelHe .nud *C<u Pt). L'd, re.pni.tjiKvini: hold ;tlieir.u*ua! moi.th* I) Mile .tit Launrfiel'i on )>^r. .w.hc.ti .430 c»iilW, 350 and u : pupply «»f ptjfrt .wine . jfered to « 'big M.Uudauoo uf.bnyei.8. j£-trn until* ? .pttHi'on w.H8 sustained iur nil eludes . of fctoek and a snt»«t sueceHttful ?u'o ,eve"'«»iTeri.. .A K«»v»d mipply <-f f'vt . itud lively .oiltie W»h Hubtni'.ted Mid. . .fiovd. at v.ei y tttueFaunuy .pric*** i-Mvy unttle crt-tuf io li'tt.ii in nouitt'i* .and >lmwinv ,qus.li'y .IMP* 4 .aftuiiu .demand,) while ubittiH w i« m voiy fair ii:qutJHi. Thi*y sold*-Spin-u* er". £7 t»> £9ti tow i s'iH.quHlitv io ,£9 io.j.J be.fei^ £4 is* it-. i«"»; l ImrkwHid «lair> liuitfif, £3 10 in X'J ! 15,; f.,teuw.*. JU6 2- 6i to £9 10 ; fat bulinokf, X7 10 to £,9 &.; I Vouit'iH jBji 4d to £$ 1.5 ;; y<uilii'U* l .p'Udicti in liucn jHs 23- iiBa 34> 35s. 1 Sbeep - .Prime -sold at bigb raf<tj;...

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 — 10 July 1914

Maiiets. MELBOURNE GhAlN MARKET Melbourne, Tuewlav. i.bc GippBlnnd nnd Northern .CVopcrMivc Kelliug Co. Ltd. report as follows Wi»eat^ri:hia is £iq] at 3s lOJd for f,a,q.*4 .medium.-Ss KkJ to 3s 1Q| Uata-Milling, '2a 3i!j beat/eed, 2a 2de medium, %a to 2s Id, .Barley-There is rather a better feeling. 1)at prices ntill very low. Maize-Heavy supplie* forward dtiring the past few day a, and aa thore Is pine* ticaliy DO ontltst, the market ir Tery w-nk, Prime dry worth 8s 3d; medium and «>ft to ,3?. Potatoes - y©ry little Inquiry, conse* ^aently the market J* doll. Choioe Car nums *re selling at £4 65 to £4 10a; good, £4:; medium and iofciior are tery hard I? clear. Chaff-P-ime.oaten £3 JJs ; medium ruti .inferior low;er. Union*- Large .QUnnliticn have come to .huud dmii:{r the few d*j»s and Uiexn*"~ kvfu.iutii.il t-ji-i. r. P.i\m ilP 15«>to

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LANCEFIELD RAILWAY. MELBOURNE TO LANCEFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 10 July 1914

LANCEFIELD RAILWAY. I MtXBOOKKB £0 IiAKSJEIIEtD. A.M. Melbourne ^ ,..3ep. 6.40 LanceGeld'Junction arr. 8.14 dep. Z.55 Bolinda § § Monegetta ... ". § § NortU.Jfonegatta ... | § Romsoy ... ... 10.10 LanoaGeld " ... arr. 10.2E P.M. Melbourne ". ~ dtp 6.42 LanoeBeld Junction arr 7.10 dep 7.18 BonMfy^. ... ... ... 8 2... IiMwefield-' . ... -p« drr , 8.ljS On Saturdays, .this train' Iaflves Melbourne at 6:30 And reaches Lanoe Geld at 93 p.m. hixaamn TO MEtnonEKE. A.M. Lanoefiold ... "Z, * .7.40 Romany . ..; ...7.55 Lanoefield Junction arr 8.24, dep 8.41 Melbourne^.. . M, M; ".9.45 ,PM. LancaSeld ... ... ... dep.S.0 RomBey .... ... ... 5.25 Lancefield J a notion err. 6.11 Melbourne ... ... ..<arr. 2.27 Distanao from Lancofield to Melbourne, 45) milea Height of Iiancsfield above the seajevol, 1561 feet. ' ! XiAKOEVIBLD RAILWAY. Fares.-ianceHflld' to Melbnurne-(ordin-: ary fares)'-1st chms : singlo 7s, return: lis; 2nil: single >4a :8d, roturu 7s Gil. Holday excursion fares (re...

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SUFFERED FOR ELEVEN YEARS. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 10 July 1914

BlIlTKIt&l) tCQR EI.EVRN YBIASS. "I auffered continuously for alenren run with dluineia, «tck headaches ?lid lack of energy," writes Mr. Wo. Joluison, 30 ullpban* Street, Fon aoaby, Auckland, N.Z. "I was re commended to try Chamberlain's Ta1i leta, and after taking oao l*ox 1 felt ao wonderfully improved that I took a course of them, with the result thnt they ipads a aow man of me. "Now I am always freah, vigorous and1 henltky, nil of which la entirely due to Clutmbetlnlu'fl Tablets '. ah I cbvmipta and storekeeper*. j

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THE DISTRICT COURTS (1911). [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 10 July 1914

THE DISTRICT COUETS U911). The Police Magistrate (Mr A. Barlow) attends ths following courts on the dayn specified. PETTY SESSIONS, ' Coatlemnine-Rvory Friday, at 10 a.m except.fourth Friday in month. 'Kynoton-^Every Tuesday, at 10 -&,mlt: oxcopt third Tuesday in month* Daylesford-Every Wednesday, at 10 a.m. except third Wednesdayiiu the month. Maldon-Fifat and third Mondayain*tha<: month, at Jl.30 a,m, Trentham-Firsthand third Thursdays in month, at 10.30 a.m. ? Wcodend-Second and fourth'Mondayo-iai .month at 3 p.m. Chewton-First Friday in month at 3 p.m. Taradalo-First Taeaday in .month at 3' p.m. Fryeratowa-Seoond-Satard&y in month at 10 a.m, Mfllmabnry-SocondTuesday in.month at. 2,45 pjm. * Sunbury-Fourth -Friday in month at 2,p,m. BlackwQ*fd-Socond- Thursday in month' at 10 a.m. ,Giaborn&-Fourth Thursday in month at lOajm. Glenlyon-First Wednesday in month at £30;pttn. , Laocefiold-Third.Wednesday in month st> 11 a.m. tRomsej-'Third Wednesd...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Reminders. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 10 July 1914

Reminders, Football practice in Park to morrow (Saturday) afternoon. Police footballers' visit Wed nesday, August 5. Australian Women's National League Annnal meeting next Wednesday afternoon. The Victorian Producers' Co operative Co. hold their monthly sale at Woodend on Monday, July 13 Next Sunday evening a .mem orial service will b.e hejd to the late Mrs Outen in the Methodist church. Annual meeting of theLarce fielcl JFaijn and Horticultural Society Tuesday, j3th Inst. i\Vra. Sk*1!y and Co.'.'* Riloiore tn*rk<-t 'W-mmI -y m-xt, ^

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 — 10 July 1914

LAW RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS. 1, 8ubsoribera who do not gW« «. press notic > the contrary are considered m wishing to COMTINU* their sab«orip*. tion. 2. If subscribers order the discont inuance of their periodical^ ihe pubVisher maj continue to send thin until ARREARS are paid. X If subscriber^ refuse or neglect to i&Vo periodicals'from the office to which they are directed, they are RESPOSAIBLB until tbe.v .hafo sot tied their bills, and ordered the the .<periodias>U ,to'be dis continued. 4, If. subscribers rcmovo to other places without informing the publisher^ and tho papers jiee aont to their former direction, th'o subscribers are responsible. 5, The courts havo decided thai "ju&using to take periodicals from the ' office or removing or leaving them un called for is prima facia evidoaoo of in* tentional FRAUD. If subscribers pay in advance for a fe&riodical, .they aro bound to giv« NOTICE to the publisher, at the ena of tho time, that they ...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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The Hibernians. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 10 July 1914

The Hibernians. - At the bulf-jetriy meatloK at the Lmcefield Brnnob of the Hibernian Society, held ou Tuuaduy evening, the following offioe-bearfM wore ejected ; -President, Bro. M. Cnssok ; vice president, Bro, V. MoConvillptreuH orer, Bro, D. Slnttery j eecretary. Bi o W. G. Perry j warden, Bro, B. Smythe: anditorn, Bros. Jobo ! TiiudleS and Jobn Dwyer; sick visits orfj Bros. G. Ii. OU, J. Madman nnd 65. ,0'ConiieII. It hud I'een decided j to hold the Hibernian annnnl ball on ] September 2nd, bat the nub commit tee Appointed to make the arrange- | ments, on learning thut the Mechan ics' encbre and dance sooial was to he held on theijrd, held .a merliinr, aud decided to hold it. on September Sth, Although September 2nd would have sni'.ed the Sociaty roach better, they bar! do wish to inturfotij .with any other entertainment.. Theynreto bo commended for their thonpthFnlness.

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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POSTAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 10 July 1914

P.OSTA.A INF0E11ATI0N. MailB are dospatchod from iho Post. Offico, Lancefiold, as followsD&i)y J Romaoy and Melbourne,(Sundays excepted) -mail CIobob NL 7 a.m. and at 4,30 p.m. j Fop Emu Flat, on Tuesdays and Fridays,' clo?D3 at 1\.SO. Rochford, Nuwhnm, and VVoodeod, daily, jloses at -2.15 p.m." KHmoro on Monday. Wednesday auii Friday, and for Springflelu JQ eamo days, closes 2,30 p.m Tbo Lancefield Post OfHco is closed daily at 6 p.m. .On Saturday nights the office oppns for delivery of lottora at 0.30 p.m.; oa othtr nights at 8.30.

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Lancefield Shire Council. FRIDAY, July 26. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 10 July 1914

LancefMd Shire Counts!, IFHIDAT, ,1U(.Y 28. AlUipiufct .nieoiiiia of the !L»ncf-j field.Slii'H council there witc pirscril. - Crs Hm.ley .(p'eRidi'i)Q, &'* y, 'Johu ?iiuii, Mtsltitooh JlnICIUinney, :lit:nvn-, hill, Bliickert, nod W«ddc|l, ?CORRESPONDENCE. ! A.leller-wns it-ouived .from Mt'SHTH Adnjusmu .-Site: tie uttd'Co'. .asking to', tic ullntt-ud to take gr.esel -.from the council's pits. - To lie informed that owing to its aoarcity thbio >WIIB no, t>i-awel to-qpare. From Mecsrs B. Brinfi »nd 'Co. of-/ fering ciianii'l plnlt-s for direction posts.-Price to ha obtained. ; Tlia letter of Mr A.'E-Brisbane, hold over from last week, iipnlying: for £5 damages sustained lo-hia jinker' through his .horse shying -at a dead horup on the Romsoy road, was .re read, and it nraa deoidod.to apply to Mr Ryan for the 3Cfi, olaimed by Mr Brisbane, as Mr Rfan won the owner, of 'he de»d-horse. The Hailway [Department wrote! that- the new truaking yards would be put in hand a' once. ....

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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SHIRE INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 10 July 1914

SHIRE INFOBMATIOrr. Lancc field shire-Area, 89 aa. nllaa Population of shire, 1901. Mnmbcr d dwellings itt. Komsey shlro.-Area, H5 cq. mllw, PcptH JhtloD of ehlre 1900,. Numbtr of dwaUlngi, Sprlngfisld ekire.-Area, 111 «t. all .w Population of shirs,. 706, Ifombct U" tlwolliugs, U«. Pyalong shire-A»a&, £50' aq, iBilas. Population o£ ' ahtn,' 1900,- Hanber ' ? dwellings, 380.. ???.' Kowh^m- Wotvlend' ehiro,-Area, 100 <.' miloB. Popnlatno,' 2100, Xaafcar 4V dwoIling»

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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LOCAL INFORMATION [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 10 July 1914

LOCAL INFORMA.TIO Xftnc«tiold «Shiro Council,-Mcotingn hold on last -Friday j» every m.mUi. Cmin cillor«: M»mtb J. W.iddeU, M. Foj, Johmton, W. M'Tu^h, J.M'Elhin*' noy.Vf, tJ?rioy, R. VJlucfcutt, ft, HomphiU, and H. Onhnm. /.dim; Nocrotary, Mr :P<.r. McMihcn. HwHIj ofllcor,;Dr <Finn»s Dairy inppecigf, Mr McKon*:e. Touad' koeper, Mr J. -Watorland, Jnqpeotor of ouiaar.ccfl, Mr-W. Edwards. l^ancofiold Waterworks Trust.-.Com* tnfs0ion«r« mfletJflsfc Friday in every month. Acting SeotflUiy Mr.P~tf. MoMahon. Lnoceflold Horticultural Sooioty. rho committee -faold'thoir.meeHnga on the 'Monday onor.before the Ifall myoo, .^?5ec" i ZSr J, WaterJftnd. .. ' . ^ , tL&ncofiold . Mechanics' ..Ihstitntp.-Tho oommittoo. meot second, ;E!nday. -in each I month. Hon. secretary, Mr J. Dorrick ; Librarian, Mr John Waterland. Lanc«»eJd .Rjik ..Clnb,--Cipiaio, Mr M. M'Elhloney.^secretary," Mr'H. GAltling.' Lancefield Brass Baod. -Practice hold weekly. Bandmaster, Mr A. OLCalla...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 10 July 1914

London & 1M leaihire Fire Insuraac® Co. .j^«S332ffisiWSS!p iStiify- ;. _ I*-'..' US5W Xa&tigft&fit. ?iffcit<ti«nptt'i<"'Ur,'.'t0' ' jPemtfal tAcfetdanf btnloCMl hu-orfiei .one remarkable, oban^e" 'daring the 1 iM\fow, yearp. ifreminas have been "ndaoed,! han»HWi,creaa<>d,.,iind new ' .;inelu4i#g. flo»nrano« agaioBt .' J1Ihmm» and Duaaa»atii«dU»W . grot tdvaaoa ^anything oaaWajplatM in . th« early yeata o{ lb" haalntM. 'Loo«l ag«nt-;H. .Qotdlng,'-" Mercury ?' THE ION DON DIRECTORS (Pobllshed Annually) ,-8nat>!ta tradera thronghout^evWorldto communicate diieot with EngHfen 17*% . MANUFAOTOBBRB AND DEALERS '' 'a e«cb clattiot goode. ? Beaidea being a com plate . ommercUl guide to London and ita !ubotbe, the directory oootaina-lltta ofi (/' EXPORT MEBCHANX8 , -tbs floode-they ehlp, and .the Colom j!ud Foreign Markets they anpply; STEAMSHIP UNE3 ,rr4Bg«d under the Parti to which they sail, juid Indicating the approximate Sail...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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CLOSE SEASON FOR GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 10 July 1914

CLOSE SEASON FOE ,GAME. The Whole *Year.~Langhing 'joflkass, -emu,.kangaroo (grey and red), lyre-birds, f native -bears, owIa,t swallows, { mopokes, platypus, etc. ] .from 14th day of Juno to tbo.20th day of | 'December in each year.-Black awao, .wild ; geese o all kinda. ] From let day of Augnst In eaob year to . tbe laat day of February followiog.-rQuail, i»bronze-wibged«or.other.wHd pigeons. ' FISH t :From 1st. day of September to the Ititb (day of "December In each year.-Black fish. 1'From *lat day. of May to the 31at day Anpnet in each y«ar.-English trout. Frozn let July to '15th October in Mich .year -Murray cod, perch, andbromor i ??iWqoflmaiu i'eli 'B«7* ; Luoi'hUempI to.»5o; *o ^.otil.yoa brt'Jfl ? ! procunid : .'Odoii' A\o frniw A.»-j | ?Dunefor^.tjCi'ii.t iLK,)c«jh^K!, | ; Br /odoinuvyMU.^V^^ ! A;. ctfHfciaw- _

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POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Where the term "The Commonwealth" is used in connection with these rates and regulations it includes Papua, Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Island.] LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 10 July 1914

j rus;,". fiATSS AND REGULATIONS [uhcr.' tho term "The Common, wn-d .i is used in connection with theao rales and regulations it includos Papua. Lord Howo Island, and Norfolk Ifllaod. 1 j-iii'iumfct . Fot^wy.J otmce orTP&etfclfthereof. , ^ or dohv«ey .within the .Common wealth " ..0, 1 .'"or 'delivery in *he British Km- ' , p»«v oa .or dolLTcry in<th»jN«w Hebrides, Bauks, and Torro# Jilands .. 0 3 ?r delivery in other j>l*oe» ... ... 6 2J , LETTER £ARDfl. urd«liv#ry withia i.ho.Con!rooair«&lth: Single, Id.-oach'j reply, id. e&dh'hdtf. i ?or delivery w-t&s.8riti#*ft Etnofc* {tea list^of piacos under 1 'Letitrtfy-HSixi» , gM. ld.-ea^t. i'or (telivfcry in New Hebrides, "Hants,' ft^d'Torros Iil6wu*~*SiDgl6) jJd, each. For delivery in other places- Single! j^d.,6v>h. ' sr. . POST CARDS. Single Postcards impre«Btsd with tho ;ld., stamp, and Reply or deubta ori*. ea<!h luflf ,<f vttiofc M»-A* M. .itttnt usytwtQ thofoon,...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Wedding Bells. GOUGH—CONNORS. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 10 July 1914

?Wedding Bells. GOUGH-CONNORS. A pretty wedding took place at St. Mary's It.C. Church, I.anccSeld, OD Tuesday. May UO. on tbe occasion of: the marriage of Mr. Jns. Gough. eldest son of Mr. J. P. and tie late Mrs. Gougl), of Geelous, to Miss Mary Connors, third .daughter of Mr.' and Mrs. W. Connors, ol "Oakbank," Lanrefield. The ceremony was per formed by tbe Rev. :Fat,ber W. Ilur nett, P.P. The bride, who .was given awuy by her father, looked (..hnriulnir In a grown of Ivory Ktffn, trimmed with Honlton lace, and trailed a flub' train. She wore the customary' wreath and veil and nn ?atjuaui.iriiii' pendaut, the gift of the .bridegroom.; and .carried a sheaf of ichrys:tntlie-: mums- The bridesmaid was Miss. Aggie Connors, who looked very dainty In a white chlllor. embrolderwl voile over muslin de solrc, bines panne velvet bat. smartly turned at. one side, and finished-with straw berries. She also wore an aquamarine pendant, the gift of the bridegroom,: and carried a posy-of pick roses...

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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