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LANCEFIELD RAILWAY. MELBOURNE TO LANOEFIELD [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 24 July 1914

LAN-eEFIELD RAILWAY. M-ER.NOUIIHE ,TO LANOKKIKLI) ( A.M. Melbourne ... r! .;*; ...dep. &40 * [janccfiold.Junction arr. 8.14 itep 8.05 i . ... ... §. § Moftugctta . ... § § I'Worth Alonegett-a ... § § Romsey ... ... 10.10 Lanceficld arr. 10.25 . **".'. P.M. Melbourne _ \«. Sep 542 Lanceftold ..Junction arr7.10 dep 7.18. RomB*y... ... .. ... .. .'J«, 8 2 Tjuncefiold ... ... arr 8»1«> On Saturdays, tHia 'train leaves Melbourne at 6;30 and reaches Lance .field ai 93 p.m. [ XiANCKFtRLD TO ,MBTiBOURN«. . Lancefield ... »?, ... dep. 7Ait Roii'H(*y ... ... , . ... ...7.55 Lancefiold Juoofrion arr 8.24, dep 8.41 Melbourne... .. ..,9.45 ' pm. ! Lane afield ... ... dep.5.0 Romsey ... ' ... ... 45.25; Lancuficld. Junction arr. 6.11 Melbourne ... ... . ..iOrr. 7.27 Distance from Lanucffcld-to Melbourne, .15] inilfs i Height.of Lancefiold above the sea love). 1561 feoc. Lancwirld RAILWAY. . J Fares.-Lancfciifld lo Melbourne-(ordin: ary fares)-1st class.: . single .7a, return; '41n;-6il...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Sporting. THE GUN. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 24 July 1914

Sporting. TUB OOtf. The Recond Rhoot of the Laneefield Gun Club paused off vory Ruccessfully on Saturday afternoon. The weather HR.siHltjd the birdp, whioh weie very Mtrone, And frequently beat the gun. Result* : - First- Sweep (sparrows) divided by T. Connors and J. Brintow, Second Sweep (starlings) won by H. Waterland (4 bird*), 2nd prise divided by A* J. Wardley and VV» Shower. Third Sweep (starlings) divided by R ISdwitrdR, P. B. Power, and H, Wrttqrland, with bird*. For the trophy offered by Mr J. »1. Murphy tho second shoot was tired, Mr Power Retting a leg in. First Mwe-oofc Sweep. W-oo by Power. Second M»sa*oiat Sweep. W. Showier. Third Miss-out Sweep, Divided by Wardiey.atid R. Fdwarda. Fourth Misa-oat Sweep, Divided by Showier and Edwarda. SingJo-barrel Sweep. Won by Showier. The club "first two meetings have .proved very encouraging financially.

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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THE DISTRICT COURTS (1011). [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 24 July 1914

THE DISTRICT COURTS .(Mil). 'The Police Magistrate (Mr A. "Barlow) attends tlip following courts on tbe days specified. PETTY SESSIONS. j .Castleraaine--Every Kriday, at 10 a.m .except fourth Friday in mouth. Kyneton-Every Tuesday, at 10 a.m,,, except third Tuesday in month. Daylcaford-Evory Wednesday, at 10 a.m. except third Wednesday in the month. Maldon-First and third Mondays in thof .month, at 11.30 a,m, Trentham-First and third Thursdays in rmonth, at 10.30 a.m. 'Wcodend-Second and fourth Mondays in month at 3 p.m. Chewton-First Friday in monfch-Gt'Sp.m. Taradalc-Firafc Tuesday in -month at 3 p.m. Fryeratown--Socond'Saturday ?in month' at'10-a.m, Mnlmabury-Second Tuesday in month at -2,45 p.m. Sunbury-Fourth Friday in mouth at 2 p.m. Blackwood-Second Thursday 'in month .. at 10 a, m. 'Gisborno-Fourth Thursdayia month at 10a,m. Glonlyou-Firat 'Wednesday in month at :2.30 p.m. 'LanceUeld-l"hird Wednosdayin month it 11 a.m. Romsey-Third Wednesday io month at. .2.30 p.m. 'LICENSIN...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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The Wool Trade. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 24 July 1914

The Wool Trade. £)ahrety -and $Cn.'s exhaustive An. nual Review nays.:-1"Satisfactory te. RdltH tiave attended operations in-tbe i Australian wool .markets during tbe< paat twelve -mouths. 'Brink belling! proved thecrule throughout at prices' a shade lower, on tbe average, than in . ho .previous weapon, but wi're,j nevertheless, productive of payable, returns. When the «mnjorportion o j tbe wool cl(p 'was.gi ow.if.^, I he seap"Di tut'oed out -a favo»al>le one in»mn6t! parts of the Common wealth and New « Zealand,-and a good lambing was < pcrienced. Thewool output not only, showed a pronounced inciea^ in vol-^ ume 4iK,cum pared with I be .preceding, clip, Hut .v;aa<paitieular!y-wMl Rrown. sound, and of good alltrouud intrinsic) value. .Notwithstanding -many ad j vertie rfactoig, t he wool ^market, which J teceded during tbe 'first two month*' of the selling period, made a steady re ' covery, &nd<finatly<clot»3d very st...

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 — 24 July 1914

LAW RELATING NEWSPAPERS. 1. Ruhncribars who do aot give ex* prera natic > the contrary arc considered as. wishing' to CONTINDK tlicir subsorip* tion. 2. If subscribers -order tho discont* inunnco of their iperiodicalK, . the publisher may continuo to send ihero until A iiKBAR? are paid. 3. If subscribers refuse nr ncgloct to take periodicals from tho office to which they are directed, tboy aro Rkspo 8im<B until th ay. have settled their-bills,., and ordc^od th'o tho periodicals to be dis* continued. 4. if subscribers remove to other places without informing tho publishers, aud the papers arc sent to their former direction, the subscribers aro responsible. $, The .oourlR havo dccided that '^refuRvng to take ;pe"notttcvilft from the office or removing or leaving thera un^ called for is pritna facia ovidouco of in* tcntional FuattD. 6, If subscribers pay in advance for . periodical, they aro hound to give NOTICE to the publisher, at tho onu of Ihe time, that they do not w...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Pyalong. (CONTRIBUTED). TENNIS CLUB BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 24 July 1914

Pyalong. (CONTRIBUTED). TENNIS CLUB BALL. , The Pyalong Tennis Club held lotlh in revelry at the local hall on the evening of July 9»b, when the | annual hull took plane. The event had been eagerly i.ioked forward te for RCino cotmiderahlo tini6 by young people throughout tlie district, ».td many »n anxious lioor was spent in preparation so that tho eventful r when it arrived would find everything in readiness The Miene th>it presented itself as the eveutng wore on wan a gay aud festive one. The fnn<y costumes worn wore on the whoJea very creditable collection, and lent quite » picturesque api«!arnncn to the gathering. There was a record attendance, and excellent eoustc was supplied - likewise refreshments. The a.ior «a« ia first-class order and .every thing wont merrily, like the pro : verbial <narriage bell. Uanj* hutnor oub incidents «nd .embarrassing situ-' ations-oouM ive noi.ic"d the cwuat! obsecvw ithOHO in fano-y garb com mintrled and went through th...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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POSTAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 24 July 1914

POST A. L INFORMATION. Mails are >deupatched 'from the P<wt Ofticu, LniiC'fiuId, as follows:-D.»i.y Koiuscy ami Melbourne (Sundaysexited) -mail elopes at 7 a.m. and at 4.30 p.m. 'For I5mu KIn(, on Tuo-days ami Kririnys.. clones At' H.5U. Ri-uhiotd, Nuwlmro, and1 WooUuml, daily, jlo«es at 2:15 p.m. .KiUuoro on Monday Wrd»i'3d»v Friday, and for Sprin^em >n same days, CIor» p 2.H0 p m }' Tl»u l.iuiucfield PoBt Office i'b closed daily: afcG p.m. .Ou .Saturday nights the office opens for dolivory of loiters at 0.30 p.m. i on other nights ai.8.30.

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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SHIRE IKFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 24 July 1914

SHIRE IKfOUAlATIOW. TtnmfioM «M\p - «Q ?populntlon of alifrc, 1202. Number «f" Swellings, 262. iCooiscy Hliire,-Area, 86 aq miles, Popo» ... ri'ix* WHO. ^vn.tfi of iltvrllii p», 120 . . Springfield fihirc.-Area, 111 nq PopulHtion of shire, 706. Numow uf dwellings, 114. -???? ?' Pynlong. j*hire-Area. 220 aq. milts* IVjmlMion .of shire, 1200. Number ihvtlliiigH, 3t»0. ^ , \i NrwhaRMYnnitmifT nton*,-^fea, IfO 4.. .milt-*. . JVp;ulutm», 2100, Number of dwellings :.t V

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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LOCAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 24 July 1914

I tAnrvilcM y.W VI-. hol.j "?"if. .!r, ? t, l'-t.in every n.onUi. Coun c*-:!*: : *"«/. \Yrt(MeH. M. . Fny. wJHM.rton, W. M.-IiO-flli, J. M'lSlhin ncy,M.rtt.*liev. It. 8\ Hlaokott, U. Hemphill, Ai*d-U< Grfthum Acting Hneromr.v, Mr T.?J. McMirhon» Health officer, Dr Finnis Diiiry in-prcfor, Mr MoKijnsio. P.iun! Mr'J Wotm-lniul. Iii>}peotor of V!r VV. K.lwftnU I ,r»IC«»HcM AVjitorworka Trunt.-Com miftflioneminoflClast'Pri laym every month. Acfiog>3ocr«tury Mr-P.tf. MoMnhon. ?LanobfloVl :H«nicnlw.rtl Society rbft: noiimriUoo »JioM their meeting* "n .tK ' Stot>rfay Vu or -bf'foro the, full moon, : ' - i/itjcetield fifochanics" *I»i8tii,ute. - . h committee meet secun-l Frnhv «i>; c.i...!..< Hon. Bcor^'-sry. M/ .1. !)?.. rio!-- ; Librarian ,'Mr-fohri , Lnncenei-i Ksflr Mr M M'K'hl.^v. :.Vv. fj. GolJin.-. T.mvfwu , 0:ir,i -('..ei<m b.d , i ''CaUit^luui *>nv. m Mr for. low' . C'lurk ct'UriH, Mr H, 0, VVhitn, Oflicer in charge of p<«...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 24 July 1914

...iidon & L-ancptfhu < f'ire Insurance C > mi <.' Pitaeon^L ?acov:'i:> ,. i sICKSSSStPOMOIBS ftinMd. ' l),t not flflny' POtnfthi ???'. n" 4»»lthy Corpor«>ton »"Work»»&'*lBt .? r. ?oIicj Fir» laauraace,. Writ-fer p»ilioal»rt, eto; insurance.. A(j<iinst A ccidsi'Jt. ' Perifinirt Acctiionl bunineM''hAn- under eone tem»V'k»hli' changM-iluriny tli ? : Li I»W ye«i». tPr.miams'.hB-. ? W:. rtilnwVfceimfiU. ii.«r«M<Ht, »r.;< ?. ,v ictirmn, including llomranee r Illmwo" «nd Di-ewe", initiate a svWmu.-* on uytliiiijr contempt M n ib» tvr\-j jiiti of th* bMineu. .I,oul «K»t-il. GoMfng, " «t -.:urj ?m *. _ , THB lohdoh DIRECT " < (PbblWied Annually) jv>ibl'8 trader* throughout th* WM rbinmunicatfl direct with Englu h .MANUFACTURERS A«D DRALKZl*. -Jireirb cUb* of "Reald^beinen cm plcto i otnmerci^l jrnMa to fondou nnd Us .lubufhu, the directory contains Heta «>f . KXPORT MKROHAVTS ' , *itft the.GfKxJ...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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CLOSE SEASON FO [?]GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 24 July 1914

. CI OSK SEASON FO .'"GAME. The "YVbole Tear.-Laughing jaakaas. emu, kangaroo (grey and. red), lyre-birda, native bears, owls, ewoHows, «*mopoUe», platypus, vte. Fioru 14tb dny of Juuo'to the 20th day of ;Decetuber in each year.-Black swan, wild geese o oil kinds. From 1st day of August in each year to .the last»dr:y oflFchru.\ry 'following.-1Quail, bronze-winged or other wild pigeoue, K1SH *From 4st day of September to the 15th day of December in rn<'h yeur.-Black fish. ?From 1st day of M»y to tho 31st day Aupust in eacb;y<mr.- English trout from 1st July to '15th October in each year.-Murray en<Vpurch, and bream. i f Woodwan, fell-that trpe:! But do viiot attempt to;dn so nntil you hove procured a Good Axe from A. illiirmR, :Bunaford eireet .L^ncfjfioM. By so doiuif, you will 'considerably .igVen your taflk. ?

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COSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Where the term "The Commonwealth" is used in connection with these rates and regulations it includes Papua, Lord Howe lsland, and Norfolk Island. LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 24 July 1914

COSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS J [Whero *tbo term "The Common- ? '.wealth" is used in connection with these 'f .rates and ruuulatsoug it includes Papua, Lord Howe lsLanJ. and Norfolk iBland.., - LETTERS. Forevory i ounce or fraction thereof. ;? For delivery -within the Common- . iveaith ; ---- - - 0 1 { For-delivery-in the BnU.li Em- ^ ^ t 'or delivery in'tho New Hebrides, - Banks, and Torres .Island! U J or delivery in other places .. ? u 1 LBCT'Eil CARDS*. or delivary within tho.C.umnonwoalth Single, Id. each; reply, Id. cadi hall 'or .deliveryill the.Untioh Knipiro (se list of places under "Letters j twii ! ur'e<ielh-«rjC^ -New Hebrides, Bank* s and Torres Islands-Suigle, -d ..'or delivery in otber .plucoo -Sui8<..., ii<L °JCh'P0ST CAliDS. Single Postcards impressed with W.- . Id. -.stamp, aud If,ply or doub o cardc ? each hall of winch .has-the W. sU .uipmaei thfivon, nuiy to places witluu the OjuiutoiiwoaUh, a. io *bo8i» placets, enumerated Uh« Le...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Artful Dog. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 24 July 1914

Artful Dog. » A youag Army ofllcor owned a smart spaniel. Among other trick),, the officer trained the dog to a|. swer "lettor call" nnd fetch ha owner's letters to the mess-tablj. Pleased with the dog's intelligent, tho ofllcor fell into the habit of giv ing him A lump 0/ sijg.tr from lie breakfast-tabU. Ono morning, soon nftor tho bug ler had sounded "lettor call," tlo\ spaniel camo In with neither papers nor letters. This %vaa unusual, for tho officer subscribed to a daily papor that invariably nrrlvod it\ tho morning's post, but ho thought litllo of it at tho tlmo. Aboat elovon o'clock, howovor, tho dog en tered his master's quarters nnd de posited a muddy papor upon tho floor. The ofllcor did not under stand the situation, but ho gavo tho dog a lump of sugar. Later tho dog appeared -with a lottcr in his mouth. Thon tho owner's suspicions woro aroused. Ho gavo tho dog anothor lump of sugar and watched him. He soon found that tho dog had buried tho morning's post in tho rear of t...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Skating Carnival. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 24 July 1914

Skating Carnival. Skating is as popular this -year as last, and to-morrow even-, ing.'s .carnival is ibeing looked forward .to, antl learners have been vieing with each other to gain proficiency. A liberal lisl of prizes is published by poster; oby the management-Messrs A. Williams andT. Guthridge. .GQm-j iPetitors .xvill.be admitted .free. ; ..Kor ChiMreu's Hacking at Night. .Wooda'-Grti.t Peppermint Care. ls?d.

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Climates Changed. HOW SOME COUNTRIES HAVE ALTERED THEIR WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 24 July 1914

Climates Changed. IIOW SOME COUNTRIES HAVE ALTERED THEIIt WEATHER. Ono of the dimcultlcs in tho path of now countries is that very often' tho cHniato is not Just tho Bort needed for successful agriculture. But scienco Is altering Bu thai. Climates aro being changed every year, gradually but surely. Tho most common difficulty is usually too small a raintall. Many countries have such sovore droughts that if tho tiny annual rainfall were just nil inch or two less tho soil would be impossiblo to cultivate, and tho whole country would be couio a desert. THEES AND HAIN, It is 111 cases like thoso that tho climate-maker stops in. Whero luck of ruin is the troublo ho is usually the Government's botannicul or for estry expert. Ilis solution is to plant trees. For, slrungo ns it lnny seem, trees increase thci rainfall. They do so in two ways. The leaves of trees aro always-owing to their chemical make-up, cooler .than the surrounding atmosphero, and so help to bring down what mois turo there ...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Blind Entertainers' [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 24 July 1914

Blind Entertainers' The visit of the Blind Enter-? tainers to Lancefield is always1 welcome, a-nd they -will ibe'here to-morrow .evening. The pro gramme is .to include moving pictures, -vocal .and .instrumental items and mystic ^novelties. "Thei cause is,one which.should appealr .to.alKwho :have been .spared the' affliction .from .which the blind; suffer. OOAGrriilNE, "-KEIN3C," "'SrF.Nd.Sl . TINE." Cuments fur breaka^ca, jaaau-* i&cturing purpoai'i!, «tc

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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A STRANGE SHAMPOO. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 24 July 1914

A STRANGE SHAMPOO. I was much interested to learn from this young woman with the beautiful glossy hair tlmt she iiover washes it with soap or artificial shampoo powders. Instead she makes her own shampoo by dissolv ing a. teaspoonful of utallax gra nules in a cup of hot water. "I make my chemist get the stallax for me," said she. "It comoo only in .4 lb. sealed packages, enough to make'up twenty-five or thirty indi vidual shampoos, and' it smells so good I could almost eat it." Cer tainly'.' "this little lady's lmir did lookwonderful even if she has strange ideas of a. shampoo.' I am tempted to try, the-plan myself. _

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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The Hibernian Bal. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 24 July 1914

Tne Hibernian Bal'. The sub-committee appointed by the Lancefield Hibernian So ciety to make arrangements for holding the annual ball met on Wednesday evening, and it was dccided that the ball be held on Wednesday, 9th September. Messrs W. G. Perry and J. Madi gan were elected joint secretaries. Seven applications were received to provide the music. After an exhaustive ballot Alliciti's String Band (harp, violin and flute) was accepted. The price of adrais-, sion is to be-Double tickets 7s 6d. It was resolved the printing be done locally. Mr .R. Guth ridge w.is appointed M.C. Mr J. Waierland was engaged to decor-j ate the hall. The ladies are to be aslced to provide the supper. An application wasreceived from Madam Lena Conly to hold the ball after her concert on August 31st. The application was re fused, the Gsmmilt-ee thinking the. arrangement unsuisaible. 1IINSK1D Co.NJI'OUNQ. The -Stockport KenuUy for Courtis ami Cuhln, 0! 40 y«tftr'-fl proven effiency. j

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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FALLING HAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 24 July 1914

P- ; fi:FALLING HAIR. ;" . How often wc hem* the lament, " J have tried everything- on the mar ket; anil . my hair comes out ' in handfuls.V-. Not so.surprising either when., you? come to think it o.vor, Iluir tonics to bo effective must;- be [fresh, and there is no earthly rea^dn i why,. every, woman should not make .her ow'n lotion at home. ' The finest j vegetable tonic I know of is made ?by*, mixing a packet of boranium with, i pint of bay rum and adding suflicicnt water to. fill a half-pint I bottle.- Xlus lotion rubbed briskly into the scalp sets the hair roots tingling with new life, and will, if persevered with, give you back your "crowning glory." ; i

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The Darraweit Bridge. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 24 July 1914

The Darraweit Bridge. Included in the .receipts of the Springiietd Shire Council was £23. being the council's,costs in .the litigation over the Darraweit abridge. The Merriang Council wrote that the\ considered the structure and finish very unsatis factory. It was admitted by the Springfield council that the ce -ment .was inferior and .the-con . crefre 'badly mixed. ,There were mo drainage holes, causing the bridge :to perform the duties of an aqueduct, which ?was a serious defect. The ..fences were irregular, and the -..general appearance .of the-bridge .>unfinished. They suggested, ten ders be called for the purchase - and removal of the old bridge; to Jbe called by both shires and con ifer as to results. It was suggested >the bridge be washed with ce ment and the deck metalled in . stead of gravelled. The Secre tary was-instructed to teply' that ..the Merriang .council's delegates :hadan opportunity jafobjecting to .anything they .saw 'wrong on the . occasion of the inspect...

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