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MELBOUBNE 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 — 23 January 1914

MELBOUBNE GRAIN MARKET. Melbonrno, Tuemlnv. The Gippslana imd Northern Co*opentitva SellluR Co. Ltcl, report on Tnecdfty last u billow*:— ' • • Wheat — F.n.q , 3a 6<1; fowls' wheat, |3* 4}fitn 3»£d; inferior lower. Oiitp—1Theao are rather Foarco, irappliea are difficult to obtain. Milliuf* arc worth nominally U 10<2 to is lOld; f«ed, Iv 9d to Is 9|d. Barley—Larger oonfttgomentB aro cow ar« jiving from the country. Prime ISngliih is aetliug at 3<t to 3i 4 jd; medium, Ss; Capo, 2i to 2a 2jd, accordiog to quality. M-iizo—This r« naia* ateady at 4a, with ©ccnaumul BalvH at is Id. Chaff—Choke oaten, £3 5h ; prime, £3 2a (3d ; medium and inferior lowor» Potatoes— Deliveries bare been very heavy during i be past few days, and prices aro much e.iNter, Carinane arc selling at from £9 to .83 6a; and Pmkoyes, JS.2 15a to £3, Ouicne—These are rather firmer, aid scU lcra arc now asking £8 to £8 5a f.o.b.

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 23 January 1914

••I highly rciommend ChnmHrrlnln's T"h,et,* "> ""yone who unffen, from |„,„d_ aohe., say. Mr. M K Perrv, MarlWoAph, road, Victoria Valley, r»BmAni, I fcred agony with heiwIaoheB and tried*1 m«st everything. tia»,i,,g did m0 anv Kood until » friend rewimm-nded Cl,cmh"r. Wn> aliletH unit tu,.y „„„„ p,if llt0 r, ^ ag»in. No* I would no; bu without a hoi o( (,haml»r)oiUB Tablota in the housa f?oM by *JJ Cbgcietn and 8torckoep«CB

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The Factories Act. BUTTER COMPANY FINED. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 23 January 1914

The Factories Act. HOTTER COMPANY PINED. Tho tocbnioalitien of tho Inn nru terrible thingB. Tho LnnouGeld and District Dairy Company, by tho uti douce in a case against tbsm at the Lanoofield Court of Petty Sessions on Wednesday, haro evidently kept the law in spirit, bat not in the etriot let ter. Mr Barlow, P.M., prooided, with Mr John Derrick, J.P., Mr A. John ston very properly vacating tho Benob for the time being, aa he is a dirootor of the company. This Mr Barlow duly announced. The information, as formally laid, was by J, S. Mnckay, InBpeator of Factories, against the company,, for tbaton the fith December, 1913, they employed C. L. Marshall at a lower rato than provided by tho Butler Board. The Sergeant naid a oimilar chaigej was laid in respect ta '.Rupert- C. Sraytha; under section 266 of the Factoribs Aot. The two lads were employed by the factory, and did not receive tbe proper wage. As a plea of "guilty bad been notifiod, there was justifiable surprise when counsel for...

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Licensing Prose[?]tions. CHIEF SECRETARY'S NEW RULE. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 23 January 1914

Licensing Prosecutions. CHIEF SKCRKTAItra NEW HOLE. ' As in the case of the Dairy Co. under the Factories Act, although a plea of guilty was entered, a licensing prosecution occupied a lot of time at the Lancefield court on Wednesday. On the information of Edwin C. Graves' Annie Elizabeth Walker was charged with traf ficking in beer, to a person not a lodger or boarder, on Sunday, December 21. A second charge | was entered of permitting un j authorised persons to be on the premises. The inspector sug gested the two charges might be taken together. Counsel for the defence asked that one charge be withdrawn if they pleaded guilty. The two men. who were great friends of the licensee, came in on the Sun day, and she give them a drink. No money passed. I The Inspector : The Chief Sec retary has issuei orders that we | are not to withdraw any charges, but are to throw the onus on the bench. They have cancelled our power to withdraw. There i? a case of twelve charges, and it is not in my p...

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 — 23 January 1914

' CLOSE SEASON' FOR GAM10. ' .•.^Thfl'- vWlnilu ■•.; jaolrnB*. - ^5tim^J<unK-jjrv'VMf(g'fyruj(«Ure«15ivlvi-uii)irjU;H nutno Tj^iik f <jivIft f * sunHotr*, | . b'reiu l-Uh iiuvof Jnim tti.tht!20Ur<luyol Die.emb«-r in -»ntrlj:y—IJlack: rwhu, wihl *.(.» ki n al) lnnil« > From Iftc «h»v of ^u_m,t in c»<h \n\r M th«« l;iHr.'Oivy. JTul-in.iry >-f<?iluwihy.—Qunil; , bninzu«\?wij;tt^ior ot;ier./,vilJ;jiif;coim.: .j ".;j MfcH i From: 1st. ilay . nf ^oolont^LT- to th«: 15Mi? iliiy of: D<i(5iMijb»MM»>f»iU'b.ythP-—R!nc^; bMli .y '• Froro Ipl. (jf/Miiy^tn rhe lAisirnfaC in-Micli^VHuf.—>Rjit'ltsU I routv.-v- , hmfi Ut .Ttilv 'c» 15 l» Oc tnl»«*r m »uih vuur—Munay 01 aud I iqum ,

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Laying Record. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 23 January 1914

Laying Soeord. World hai arrived from Oregon that the world's ejjB-layiDg record ban been made by hen No. C543 of the Poultry Department at the Aericnl torat College Early in October she tad laid her 284th egf? within the yew; thus sbo has exceeded the prn viooa world's record by two and the United States teoord by three. The world's record was mads at the On tario Agricultural Codecs in 1911 and the United States rcoord at the Missouri State ege loyioe: cootest taut year. This hen was batched April 29, 1912, and began laying when Si months old. Her dam wan a cross bred Plymouth Book and White Leghorn ; her sire the son of her dam I and a White Leghorn. Prof. Drydeo, in chiri/eof the Dopartmont, fays the record is duo to breeding, constitu tional vigor, and to good feeding and housing.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 23 January 1914

'Wnorimun, fell ilmt ih*o! But.do not attempt Ld do so ur.til von litiso pni^uri'd »i ' Hood Aro" trom * A, WillmnjH, DuuBfin'd nlfpiioh^D'ncebold; By iso douii?,- .you: will- oonfiKlernbly .yoar tnslc.v-J*. . : Heame's Bronchitis Core Those who have taken this medicine are amazed at ib splendid healing power. Sufferers from Bronchitis, Cough, Croup, Asthma, Hoarseness, Difficulty of Breathing, Pain or Soreness in the chest, experience delightful and rapid relief, and to those who are subject to Colda on the Chest it is invaluable, as it effects a complete cure. It is most comforting in allaying Irritation in the Throat and giving Strength to the - Voice, and it neither allows a Cough or Asthma to become chronic nor Consumption to develop. Consumption is not , known where "Coughs" have, on their first appearance, been properly treated with this medicine. No house should be without ' it, as taken at the beginning, a dose or two i» generally sufficient. 83(1 a coniulcto cure in certai...

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Pyalong Races. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 23 January 1914

Pyalong Races. The Secretary of the Pyalong Racing Club (Mr G. I. Tune) re ports that everything is well in hand in connection 'With the an nual meeting, to be held on Thursday, February 12. There is in hand at present the erection of | new gates at the outside entrances | to the course; a new ticket-office at the Paddock gate, and the erection of a new judge's box and seats in the enclosure. The re freshment booth has been sold privately to Mr. Wittholz, baker, of Kilmore, so visitors will be well catered for this year. They will also find a great improve ment on previous years, as they will be able to go straight (to the course and get a good luncheon from II.30. The first race to be run this year will be the Hurdle, at 1 o'clock. The publican's booth will be sold to-morrow (Saturday) 24th, by Messrs Os bom and Hudson at 11 a.m. at the Royal Oak Hotel, Kilmore. There 'will be a grand ball on Race Night. The full programme appears elsewhere in this issue.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 23 January 1914

Messrs. clakke.son, and fiatt, 85 Gracechurch Street, j «udoa E.C., anil Mofjurs Gordon and Goteli, St. Bride Street. Loudon, rcoeivo Advortiflemonta in ^it^le.iti t)r insertion in the Mkrcoky Film of the M ttitcunY uiav ho inapectod in ubovij , until you are worse before ] starting a campaign against J disease. No matter how slight may be your indisposition your duty to yourseli demands that ' immediate steps be taken to disperse it. Of course, you expect to get better and not worse, but where health is in question you ore never justified in leaving anything to ;chance,' and, as is well known, indis position, insteadofdisappearing of its own pweet will, frequently develops serious disorders if neglected. Your safest course is to which are the World's' finest household remedy lor the cor rection of derangements of the stomach, liver, or kidneys. Slight headaches, loss of appe> tlte, a nasty taste in the mouth and other little symptoms that sort are indications of digestive disord...

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Picnic. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 23 January 1914

Picnic. The Tennis Club picnic to the Hump on Monday will leave the Post-office at 8 a.m. The ladies are asked to provide refresh-1 ments.

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LANCEFIELD RAILWAY. MELBOURNE TO LANCEFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 23 January 1914

| LA.NCEFIELD RAILWAY. Melbourne to Lancefibid. A.M. Melbourne clajp. 6.40 Lancefiold Junction arr. 8.14 dep. 8.G5 Bolinda § § Monegetta ... ... § § North Monegotta ' ~..v § Romaey ... ...' ... ...10.10 Lonoeoeld'' «»r. 10.25 . P.M. Melbourne ... !si'. '<kpi 5.42 Imncefiold Junction ttrr 7.10 dep. 7.18 Romsey ..v. '8 2 Lnncefiold ... ... arr: 8,15 On SatardoyH, thin,, train leavee Melbourne at'(5.30 and roaches Lauoa field at 93 ji'.in. - ■ ' ' IlANCBfLEU) TO MeLBOBUKE. . A.M. Lance6old .' - ... dep. 7.40 Rotdsey ... ... ...7.55 Lanoefield Junutiouarr 8.24, dtp 8.41 Melbourne... ... ' ... ...9.45 Lancefiold ... Romsey ... Lancolield Ouuctiou, ^lolbourne ... ... PM. ... dep. 5.0 5.25 arr. C.ll ...arr. 7,27 'Distance from Lanuofield to Melbourne, 452 inilpB Height of Lancefiold above the sea level, 151S1 feet. Tjancbfikld Railway. . Fares.—Lancefiold to Melbourne—(ordin ary faresj—lst 'class t single 7a( return l\aj 2nd : sinqto 4s 8:i, return 7a fid. Hnlilay excursion fare...

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A Great Gift Spurned. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 23 January 1914

A Great Gift Spurned. Among the little homilies which fell from the lips of Mr Barlow, P.M., at Wednesday's Lancefield court was one directed to a father who unfortunately was not pres ent to get the benefit of it He was summoned (but responded not) under the Education Act, in respect to a son who had "failed to attend school the requisite number of half-days." The P.M. said—"This man not only flouts the Act, but the court as well. He did not even send a letter, The boy will not be the equal of his fellows, who go to school. He !s not only being kept at home, but probably getting into all sorts of mischief. I understand de fendant is a poor man, but that is what the State school is for, to give such folk the advantages of education free. A fine of 3s 6d I will be inflicted in each case, in i default three ■ hours' imprison- i ment."

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THE DISTRICT COURTS (191[?]). [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 23 January 1914

| THE DISTRICT COURTS .Tho Police .Magistrate (Mr A. Barlow).attends tbe following courta .'.on-the days Bpoeified. . ('PETTY- SESSIONS. . ;;;• Cnstlomaini*—Kvcry: Friday, at lOa.m '.©koupt fourth Friday in month. '•V- Kynotnn—livery Tuesday, at 10. a.m., oxcftpt third Tuesday in "month. , "/Diiylo&ford—Every Wfi'dneaday, at 10a.m. except third Wednesday in the month. • First and third ivlmidaya in th© J mnnLh. at II «>0 a.m. Trontlmm—I? irsfc and third Thursdays in uiunth. at 10.30 a.m. . . AVcodi-nd— Second and fourth Mondays in m>>urL at 3 p.m. j < Ohewton-rFuet Friday in month at 3pjm.l ; Turnjlalu-r-lJ'.rat Tuesday in month at 3 j '"-I't'jerstown—-^ucnnd- Saturday:.in- month j 'ftVlO aim.i- > " • V - i • •« MulmsUary—Sr.cond luesday in mouth at. :2.45 p.m. . ' Suubnryi—Fourth Friday iu month at 2 p in. ■ • . Bhmlcwoorl—Seooud. Jhuwdaj in month al.lO 't'.m. • . [ . CrJbb.iroo-'Li'oiirtU Thursday iu month at l 10»» n> i -'Gleulyon—FiraO Weuneaday...

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LOCAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 23 January 1914

LOCAL INFORMATION. LanceHeld Shtro Council,—Meetings hold on lent Friday jn overy month. Coon I cillora: Mess.rff J. Waddell, M. I Foy, A. Johnston., W. M'Intosh, J. M'Elhin- j noy, J.Harloy, it. P. Blaokett, H. Hemphill, I and B, Graham. Acting Secretary, Mr ' P. J. McMahon, Health officer, Dr Finnia ' Dairy inspector, Mr McK«JUZie. Pound ' keeper, Mr J. Waterland. Inspeotor of I nuisances, Mr J» M'Convllo. I - LiiqCofioId Waterworks Trust.—Coco* j mfetfoiWs moot last Frxdayln every month. ^ Acting Secretary Mr P. J. UoMahon. | Lanceflold Hofticaltnral Sooioty.—• : The committee hold thoir'tueotings on tho | ✓Monday oa or before tho full moon, Soo., ! Mr J. WaVerland. Lancofleld Mechanics* TfiBtituto.—The I committee.. meet second. Friday in oach J ^.onth.- If oh, secretary, Mr .1. Dorrick; Librarian, Mr John W^terlaAd. V LanielieW ' Kiflo Olob.—Cnptaio, Mr { ■ 'M.. Foy-^iVbO'ck,otnry, M r M^ihiriney. '/* . . ^XtanQpfiold^-.BraBEf Band,—Practice hold weokly.1 I&ttflmaster,....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 23 January 1914

I London & Lancashire Fire Insurance Co. All Wnd. M PERSONAIi ACCIDENT ?in-1 8'ICKNEaS POLICIES Issued. ' Bo not delay completing with {ha obova Ithy -Corporation & Workman's Insurance Z?oIloy-.v r Fire Insurance. jJ'WntU'Sor.partiorilnre, eto, ^Insurance ! gainst .,r ,\ X&cmlmt* , : i . \ - ": ■ yr^igct&nri Accident hutfnws iug under' fekcoaeionaarkable changes during fho. n .'Ufifcfew yeara. Proraiunm bAve: be6n : • ' fQthJriod, trenAtitfi inoroofied, and ' now / .®0h«ttJ«8, including 'loaurflticc against " . IHocmm andDueaseB, inditfftto a great «uivauo* on anything contemplates in ftho early yearo of tho bupineas. IjOCtfl- tfgeut—H. Golding, 11 Mercury** I&CO. •• THE • ' L0HDON DIRECTORY ■ |:V^<PobH*hefi Annually) , 5nabl«« ;Uft<!cra throughout tho World • V" •• fcotpmnnicatc direct with English >IAMFAOTOnEUS AND DEALERS p cidb Clow of Roods. -Resides beinga com- j ileto enriimercial giiido to Loiidjm and its i aba...

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RATES AND RECULATIONS [Where the term "The Commonwe[?] is used in connectino with these rates and regulations it inculdes Papu[?], Lord [?]lowe Island. and Norfolk Island.] [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 23 January 1914

t*ATES AND RECULA'. ICWS I fWhc'j tho term "Tbo Common | is us«d in connection with those ruuvitiiii rtguluiionfi i1> includes Papua, I Lorci idqtve iglun J. .-und Norfolk Xsluad.j LJfiTTEKS. j ror every J otuico or fraction thereof, ^'or delivery within tho Common ^ wealth 0 i Air delivery in +ho British Em pire .... 0 1 *'<>r delivery in tho Now .Hebrides, Banks, and Torres Island^ ..0 2 <r delivery in other places .1 .. 0 2J LKVViXi CARDS. | ordelivtry within the Con/monwealth : bmglor. Id. each; reply, Id. each half, or deliveiy in the British'Empire (see list of places imder "Litters")—Sin gle, Id. each". / '''or delivery in New Hebrides, Banks, - and Torrcn £slaVi'ds—-Sin<?}e, itil. enoh. vlM)r~ delivery 'iii,.other tidier— ^Sin^Ie, ^d.-'oadi. . " ' 'POST CAiipa. Biuf>le/Po ste u r d « impriibsed with tho Id. otarari, arid Heply g'r doubw cards, ervoh half of wiiioh has the Id. stamp impressed tlwreon, may be transmitted to plaoeB with...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 23 January 1914

ES. ,7DR. MORSE'S INDIAN ROOT PILLS FIND A PLACE IN EACH OF THEIR HOMES," SAYS MOTHER. The lady whose statement 13 pub lished below is the mother of thirteen ; children, ten of whom are married.. All of them take Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills. Mrs. Parker, who resides at Milieu and Thompson streets, Boulder, W.A., whs **' greatly benefited herself, .having suf fered from rheu matism. She writes —"I - have been a ,,frcat sufferer for *?*) many years from ' Rheumatics in the wrists and knees, which has caused Mrs* L.m.ty rarucr , Prom a mok,. ">e mUC,h a£ony. 12 months ago. I :ould not move hand or foot, and was cmifinod to my bed Cor a, mouth, and after a.short respite I went to Kal •goorlie Hospital for threes weeks, uud came, awav as incurabUj but thanks to Dr. Morse's Indian Root Vills, 1 find that 1 can now successfully combat my old complaint: in fact, they havo al most banished it from my system. At the first twinge 1 take an extra dose of your wonderful remedy, and the atta...

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Why Cocoa is the Vegetable Egg. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 23 January 1914

Why Cocoa is the Vege table Egg. Cocoa can bo compared to a vrgctnblo egg, because, like tho egg, it contains everything' necessary for tho building of tho animal body. When wo analyse cocoa wo find It n perfect, nnturnl food, Analysis teaches us that it contains a fair proportion of nitrogenous mattor in tho shapo of gluten, a very ! largo proportion of fat, a conaiilor- ' able amount of starch, so much! mineral matter, and, finally, a sti- I nmlont of itn own called, theo-I bromine. "" ' Cocoa in an excellent aubstituto1 , for tea or coffee, especially to thoso I who are over-stimulated by these | beverages. Pure cocoa is easily digested. But bo suro that you get it pure. Avoid all such prepara tions of cocoa in which other substanccs have been mixed. If you find that one brand of cocoa docs not agree with you, try another ; until you liud the one which is best fitted for your constitution. Cocoa was discovered by tho Spaniards when they first lauded in Mexico, being: there used b...

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Auctions [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 23 January 1914

Auctions Several important auction .and subdivisional sales are advertised in this issue.

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