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Useful Winter Wrap. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 24 July 1914
Useful Winter Wrap. Our sketch shows a useful little garment that can very easily bo made, and that may be slipped on under a cont prior to going out, nnd thnt not- only will protect, the shoulders, chest, and back from tho. cold, but will also keep the neck and shoulders warm without using a scarf of any kind. Tt can bo comet! out in quilted silk or satin and cut out in two pieces of the shap® shown in tho diagram on the right of the sketches, A representing the collar and B the remaining por-. tiou of the wrap. It is hound at the edges with narrow ribbon and fastens -at the back with/ hooks and eyes. The upper sketch 6hows a front view of this chest-protector and the lower illustration the back. This little garment will be found of ..service not only ; to adUlts, but for ^children also. If rolled up tightly .it will not - make a.very large uencil.
FEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 24 July 1914
FEAR. A large majority of men ami wo men, especially among the uneducat ed, know very little about apprehen sion in any form. They feel it sel dom and forgot it soon. They do not even fi»nr death so long as it comes to them in bed. We are continually told nowadays that the place of the poor is out of the sun. Possibly this is true, but on this very account the darkest shadow's: aro not seen by them. For thinking men and womon, however, apprehension does darken 'life-more than most of them care to say. It begins early, often with the awakening; of the memory, and they are never ontirply freo of it. The amount of fear which besets, many of us out of all proportion to the amount of misfortune which wo have had to endure, or even to that which in our rational mo ments we expect. I
(ILL RIGHTS RESERVED.) THE MESHES OF FATE. OR THE CURSE OF THE BLUE DIAMONDS. PART 6. CHAPTER X. A BLOW. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 24 July 1914
I (ILL RIOLWA' RE3HRVHD.) lisfi-flfBllI J ? O n, TRTE CURSE OF THE BLUE DIAMONDS: By Hkdley Richards, Author of "Thf Mice Master's Heir," "Time, the j Avenger," etc., etc. PART 6. CHAPTER X. A BLOW. Put had boon to Now Wynthshay to so» Jessie, tho girl who was for merly, parlour-maid at tho Hall,- and whoso little Bon had been deprived of hiB frock by the bull ; but now Jes sie's heart was rejoiced by the sight of ono even prettier than the frock that had como to grief, and Pat, having admired the baby and pro nounced him a beauty, was now on her way home. She had not ventured through' tho fields, but had gone along the road through tho village. It waB black and grimy, and she was not sorry when she name to tho lano thnt led to tho field-path by which sho could roach the path, forgetting that this black, grimy dust was an evidenco of tho great wealth^ that lay within her father's land, and which would one day bo hers.. As sho turned up the lano she heard quick, footsteps behind her,...
Court Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 24 July 1914
Court Fixtures. The following mo tWPi»lirrMne?« tmten jluyn &lt;»t Rfoirinrwo u&lt; IHt*. conns &lt;»f thin p»rt nf the Ca«f!cni»inV Dtiiiict * * LinncYfirM-. W(*dnp;tt^\ys. 11. a>n». .lH».uHry 21, Fi-Hrnnry 38, Mnrcii 18 Apii! 15, May 20, Jni-e 17 'lum'pfy- Werint'SdHjp, 2.30 p.m. &lt; snnie.dntos nn Lnnctfie'd. \V &lt;»ndend-Mot dnyjvS p ni. Jan u«iy. 12 Hriri 26 ; Ft*l rnn»y 0 and 23; MhU'II 9 and 23 Ai ril.; 27 , May 11 mid 25, »nd .lnm- 22 . Kynef«»n-Tuo>dHyp, 10 «,m. Jim naiy 6, 13, Hnd 27 ; February 3, 10, Htid 24, Mai-cIi 3, 10,. 24, and 31 ; April 7 nnd 28; May 5, 12, Htid 26; atid Jn»p 2, 9, 23, and '30.. . Licensing Courffl will be held as follows Lauoefield dininct (hold fit Rom-ey)-«lh r*t?hrv 21, February 18, MHICII 18,. April 15, May 20,» and Jam* 17. Kyiielon-January 6, February 3, Murcli 3, April 7, May 5, and J'ine
DIPPING THE FLAG. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 24 July 1914
DIPPING THE FLAG. I The salutation given when a vessel lowers or "clips" its flag is one of the oiliest and most honourable of1 all'forms of marine greeting. ] This form of salute has always been demanded by English-speaking seamen, arid its oxnetion has warmed up the hearts nnd used up tho pow der of generations of naval comman ders. ! In the old days, tor a foreign ship, whether merchant or naval, to enter an English port without veiling top Rails or dipping its national flag was to run the risk of war, although tbo profoundest pence; existed. Without warning or argument, the Bhore defences of. a man-of-war would, send a round, shot across the bows or botween the masts of the foreign er and if the offending flag did not instantly como down the insolent in truder was. brought to her sensrs by being raked through and through. ! Such was the reception accorded by Sir John Hawkins in the sixteenth century to tho Spanish admiral who, in time of peace, sailed into Ports mouth Sound witl...
CHAPTER XI. STILL THE DEVIL'S OWN DARLING. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 24 July 1914
CHAPTER XX. STILL THE DEVIL'S OWN DARLING. The sun was shining brightly the next morning when Mr. Hetherington passed out of the park gates on his way to see Dr. Fitzpatrick. This time he did not choose the little door in the wall, feeling it was more prudent to give it a wide berth. | Before he had gone many yards he I heard the sound of wheels, and, look I ing round, ho saw the doctor's dog 1 cart, with the doctor in it, coming towards him. J Mr. Hetherington paused, and when the dogcart came alongside of him, jthe doctor pulled up. I "I was coming to see you about a : temporary hospital for the fever cases," said Mr. Hetherington. | "All right. I'll get out and walk 'with you as far as my house." the doctor said, flinging tho reins to his groom, and telling him to drive on ; then, as he joined the other man, ho said : "Have you heard that Mr. CarviU's siater-ln-law, Mrs, Wedmoro, has ' been assaulted and seriously injured, Mr. Hetherington V" ' ! "Seriously iujurcd !" echoed Josh...
THE LARGEST TORPEDO. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 24 July 1914
THE.LARGEST TORPEDO. The largest size of torpedo at pre sent manufactured by tho principal naval powers is the 18in. White head. Its length is 16ft. ljin. ; its weight about two tons, and- its . dia meter 18in. It is not of cigar shape, but is spindle-shaped, and it gets its namo from the ray fish named, tor pedo. > Its cffectivo range depends on the object at which it i6 discharged, be ing from 1,500 sards at a rapidly moving object, such as a swift crui ser or torpedo-boat destroyer, up to G,000 yard* at a breakwater or fleet in mooring. The latest form of- tor pedo, guided by an instrument called a gyroscope, travols at a rato of thirty knots.-" 'Ireland's Own." "Do you think Skinner can make a living out there ?" "Make a living I Why,, l^o'd mako A living on a rock in the middle of the ocean if there was another man on the rock."
THE FARM AND DAIRY. THE COMPOSITION OF CHEESE IN RELATION TO QUALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 24 July 1914
THE FARM ARD DAIRY. THE COMPOSITION OP CHKESB IN BBLATION TO QUALITY. In a report of the New York Dairymen's Association for 1891, wo find the following statement in an address given \>y Dr. Robertson "In every case thero was a. gradual reduction in th« quality of cheese when there was a less quantity of butter-fat in milk. . . . However, this is true also that the increased yield of chccse is not in direct pro portion to the increased percentage of butter-fat ; that is, milk contain ing 3 per cent of butter-fat will yield Q certain quantity of cheese, but if you take milk having one third more fat (4 per cent.) it will not yield one-third more cheese. At the same time, such milk is worth one-third moro for cheesemaking, and thereby hangs a tale. You see, if it does not yield so much chccse, it yields a quality of cheese so much, better that the market value of the cheese from 100 lb. of milk is a third greater than the market value of the cheese in the other case. "Every two-ten...
Publications, [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 24 July 1914
Publications, 'The "Herald" .and '"Weekly: Times'" proprietary announce that on the 29th inst. a ne.w; sporting.pa per called "The Win-': ner" .wil be issued. A circular has .been issued to Rifle club sec-, relaTies thatspecial attention will' be paid to their sport. In these days of universal preparation for defence, this is a .laudable ob jective. 5 'We 'notice by the stock reportt that Messrs Adamson. Strettle andiCo. 'S ild a cow on behalf of :Mr iHugh -Cameron at £14 15SJ topping the market. Kor Chronic Cheat Complain**, Woods .'Great f'eppurmmt Core, Is 6d. The members of the Lancefield Band have forwarded to Mr Percy, Meyer, who recently left .for the city .a silver mounted umbrella, ,in recognition of his.services .as a playing member. The annual meeting ot the' Lancefield Farm and Horticul tural Society will .be held next! Tuesday, 28th inst. The com-: mittee will meet at 7.30 sharp, and the annual general meeting will be held at 8 o'clock. I;here are' 21 nominations for th...
CHAPTER XIII. A CASE OF BARTER. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 31 July 1914
CHAPTER XXIX. A CASE OF BARTER. Joshua.Hetherington sat quite still, looking, with -blanched face at the man opposite to him, whose ut terance had come like an avalanche, bringing, that past, which had seem ed so far away, so securely buried, back to him, and revealing in all its baldness the crime he had commit* ted. "I know all about the blue dia monds," repeated Fitzpatrick. w | For a moment longer there- was : silence, the two men sat and looked I at each other, and as he gazed at his companion Hethcrington realised that he was a man whose silence could be bought, and the thought braced him up, so that bis voice never faltered as be said : "What ilo you kaiow about the blue diamonds ?" I Fitzjmtrlck looked at him admir- | ingly. He admired pluck, and this man was showing it in the faco of a great danger. Yes, he was showiug pluck and a business capacity. One thing was certain-Mr. Hetherington did not mean to give himself away, and he would have to be careful or he would be outwi...
(ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.) MESHES OF FATE. OR. THE CURSE OF THE BLUE DIAMONDS. PART 7. CHAPTER XII. A PIECE OF IVORY. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 31 July 1914
"~~(ALL RIGHTS rbhejrvkd.) MESHES IF"FATE. 0 R, - THE CURSE OF THE BLUE DIAMONDS. By Hcdloy Richards, Author of "Thf Mine Master's Heir," "Time, the Avenger," etc., eto. PART 7. CHAPTER JOT. A PIECE OF IVORY. Dr. Fltzpatrick bad dineS, and ha wns seated over the Ore enjoying a pipe. All his ill-temper had vanished; a good dinner had made bim look more hopefully on hiB chancos of win ning Meg for his own. Later ho would havo .to visit a patient, who was seriously ill ; hut this Interval was his own, in which to dream of tho girl ho loved, and It was with Bome annoyance he turned MB head when there was & tap on the door, and the parlourmaid Informed him that Miss Morris wished to see him. But the girl had scarcely uttered the words when , Theresa Morris pnshed post her into, tho' room, in time 'to hear. .Pltzpatrlck'p,. ^mny.erod "Oon foahi her !"*Thcn fie recovered him self, and advancing, held out his hand, saying : "Good evening, Miss Morris. Will you nit here ?" and he dre...
Court Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 31 July 1914
Court Fixtures. The following arc the Police Magis ate'fl days of attendance at tbo turfs «f this part of the Caeflemnine ):8triot.: Lfiocefield-Wednesday*. 1) a.m. January 21, February 18, March 18 April 15, May 20, J : t Horoaey- .*'£0 p.m. .n same dufTt &lt;i. Woodond- ."st " 3 pm. Jan ?tary 12 and 2li ; February 9 and 23/ March 9 nnd 23 April ; 27 f May 11 uid 25. nnd Juno 22. Kyncton-Tuesdays, 10 a.m. Jan .»ftry 6, 13, nnd 27 ; February 3, 10, &lt;nd 24, M&icb 3, 10, 24, and 31 ; April 7 and 2S ; May 5, 12, and 26; nnd Jniw 2, 9, 23, and 30. Licensing Conria will be hold or followBi - Lftiii'ifield district (held at llomrcy)-JanOMry 2i, Fi-bruary 18, March 18, April 15, May 20, nnd Jane 17» Kym-ton-January 6. Ffb'onry 3, Vtarnh S, April 7, May 5, «*»d J*n»e 2»
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 31 July 1914
Nervous Breakdown Mr. P. R. MILES, a well-known Interstate Traveller, REPRESENTING ONE OF THE LARGEST COMMERCIAL FIRMS IN AUSTRALASIA* WRITES A REMARKABLE LETTER TO CLEMENTS TONIC LTD..A J.N WHICH HE DRAWS THE PUBLIC ATTENTION TO HIS ' WONDERFUL RECOVERY TO HEALTH AFTER ALL MEDI» CINES FAILED HIM. MR. MILES EMPHATICALLY DECLARES HE CONSIDERS THIS. TONIC THE GREATEST IN THE WORLD, BECAUSE ? ME KNOWS WHAT IT DID FOR HIM AND FOR HIS SYDNEY FRIEND WHO ADVISED HIM TO TAKE IT, AND WHOM 11" CURED OF RHEUMATISM AFTER HE HAD BEEN CON S1DERED INCURABLE. READ THIS LETTER-IT IS GOOD READING FOR THOSE WHO DESIRE TO REGAIN HEALTH. Commercial Traveller!* Club. Moore Si., Sydney, 3/4/13* CLBMENT3 TONIC LTD., ** For years'I suffered Irani CHRONIC INDIGESTION »nd DEBILITY, sad, as ay profession it one involving very e/renuous duiiei in the interests of one of the largest international firms represented in Australia, at times I found -it very difficult, on account of ill-health, 'to perform those duti...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 31 July 1914
A mm SAYS For Yeers He lVorJted An Wet Ground, Kidney 'Pains and terrible Q*ckacht. Clemertc 1m\t 0:?ed, ftte:l«tt«r&lt;crM-critic* trerz t^fcWl ?UOot, via Y«cfi, *,.«*?.» A«C.. H/U Mr. Vimafsi:, tl* irrtNr, frvacty rtc*n««ide oil ». cm t»Je t «tAid>t,lv>cA«BQ It is af*n« focrortul I Mm ko& blowl psrllMr tket it >t coiaMmtutttUl-cfecteoC «»fri^roft*d *«aB*eotat .'»ad bad -nk upMi IH* uHm, Atur tttttas tfct» l«U«r. Cle»«ait Toak^»d k*?».^«iUkp - GEi^?£ f 0HI? LSD* 1 "'£ioofott t» !»*. t wsk>9 la .rt siwri, ul am ? fr fcttfca flo ao, hr! edlo ^ub cf hlin^i oai Ktfeci* aiknclcpplto. '"fcxtoe to Vcsao tstfi O I WS pjfettii, cofi »U as cpmtta c%i) ba ' .wenif. Y)s& aikt* Od es t» t"»*. il nnlnO esakat fc. I watt* '*f If ! «iH d mA (tr, vttlnt . ! .S«B. 8 (tW at eullcttw, eoJ^BU, *1 Hh ixo Wcq a rjjMry K ca, Ctlil I > W»4 Qmtt Teak, lb IM Ml ' 1 brttlM tkl p*cr ifW, :fco» At . «W4i3. |t«g RMtnj al Mxcnct Jwfaidai. iMitnl'aabio I MO M. I MO Ml vet llM...
Coursing. LANCEFIELD CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 31 July 1914
e= Coursing. LANCEBMELD OLUS. mhamiw, 23 rd the Laooe uij iCoorsing >Oltfb held its 'third .linn, for tiho floMCKV, whioh paRSod J aoS Miooestflully. 'Tha-went w.i h, farmers'1 Stakes, .and -etttnes ?Tied with 22 dogs in. The draw i' t .place .on the Wednesday even KLt tlio Commercial Hotel, and nan imdod by a iarffa uambar interested in tbia wholesome sport. .An .early J° t "M .raado .on tthe ffhnrsday Rowing over the .nanal ground, and K,rtB proving iplentifnl, iJhere were W i, thtoo cournes leffcito be ran .next WJ Mr J, lOloofij, as on previous KccMion?! B"e praotically nnohallen ,-d decisions asijndge, and in the ab Leo of Mr-Skoh»n Messrs G, Hobbs ind.C Maher aotod ns-ilippers. The, fiojl oonrse fell to 'Federal iBoy and ,Mcration, .and the fiirst prize, of ;[3, went to the .former: Modera ion's ownor itaking the £5 and W lorri?, owner of Xoung RobertB, the [bird money. -Results tin detail:: iBAEMBES' STAEBS L;"t dog runner-up £2, third ,dog°£2> . l .flonDtll'" blk and ,...
LANCEFIELD RAILWAY. MELBOURNE TO LANCEFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 31 July 1914
LANCEFIELD RAILWAY I I MELBOURNE TO LANCBFIKLD. A.M. Melbourne ... ...dep. G.40 LanceGeld Junction arr. 8.14 dep. 8.55 Bolinda ... ... § § Moncpctta ' ... ... § .§ North Monegetta. .... § § ftomncy ... ...10.10 Lancefiold err. 10.25 t'.M. Melbourne ... ... dep 5 42 Lancefield Junction arr 7.10 dep 7.1.8 j Romany... . ... .82 Lnnceijeld arr 8.15 On. Saturdays, this train leaves Melbourne at (5.30^and j.enchc8 field at 93- pin. " - Ijancmibld TO-Melbourne. . Lancefield ... JAJ ... dep. 7.40 Romsey ^ .,.,7.55 Lancefield, Junction arr 8.24, dep 8.41 Melbourne... ... ...9.45 PM. Lancefield ,M .*», dep.5.0 . Romsoy ... ... 5.-25' Lancefield J uuction arr. 6.11 ; | Melbourne ... 4 . i..arr. 7.27 Distance from Lanccficld ;to Molbourno, 45J milea Height of Lanucfiuld above the aoa lovol, 1561 feot, Lanckfikld RAILWAY; Fares.-Lnnccfield to Mulbnurnc-(onlin-i . ary fnn.fi)-lst" clasa : singlo 7h, return IIh; 2ui1 : single 4b 8I1, roturu 7» 0»1. HoMay excursion fares (return) J 1st class; 8s lO...
CLEARING SALE AT NEWHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 31 July 1914
.CLEARING SALE AT NEWHA'AJ. 'Messrs Adameon, StrcUle and'Co. I'tj. Ltd. and >Mol'iail and Co..depart h,iTin» held a successful oleuring sole .,&t Kewkani: on 28th inet,, when thay-soM -the premises aud plapt of Mc.sro Newnham and (CVa bacon, factory, including m.-iclitnery, lorries, carts, horses, and immenus sundries. There u»> * large attendance of buyers. and -the whole concern was dipptm'-d of at satisfactory figures. The adjoining ?. farm nf 103 acres was knocked down to Mr D. MtKiojion at! £0.61 per. acre after ipirited kidding. j
THE DISTRICT COURTS (1911). [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 31 July 1914
THE DISTRICT -COURTS (19U). The Police Magistrate (Mr A, Barlow) attends the following oonrts ?on the days specified, PETTY SESSIONS, 'CastlcmaiM-Every iFriday, at 10 a.m except fourth Fridayun-month. Eyneton-Every Tuesday, at 10 a.m., except third Taeaday in month. ; Daylesford-Every Wednesday, at'10 aan. except third Wednesday in tho mouth. Muldon-First and third Mondays in the month, at 11.30 a.m. Trentham-Firat and third Thursdays in month, at 10.30 a.m. W.codond-Sccond.and fourth Mondays in month at 3 p.m. Chewton-First Friday in month at 3p.m. Taradale-Firat Tuesday in mouth at 3 p.m. Fryerstowa-Second Saturday .in month at 10 a.m, Malmsbury-Socond Tuesday in month at' 2,45 p.m. ^ Suubury-Fourth Friday in month at 2 p.m. Blackwood-Second Thursday in month at 10 o,m. Giaborno-'Fourth Thursday -in month at 10a,m. Gleulyon-Firat Wednesday in month at .2.30 p.m. Lancofield--Third Wednesday in month &t 11 a.m. \ EomsoyA-Third Wednesday in month at' -2.30 p.m. v LICENSING CO...
PROPERTY SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 31 July 1914
?"PROPERTY SALES. jMeura Wm, Good and Co., of Melbourne, Kynelon, ind * Lanceficld, report hiving!' «oM-Trcgunna enUtp, tbo property, of Or it.-F. Blackett, to Mr, il. G, Ki'jg, formerly, private seoroUry to 1/jrd .'Dudley ,(late GoTcrnor Qantral .of the Commonwealth). 'Mrs KeaujSs Jwid .at iBayntog, comprising ?200 acres, pariah of .Langley. Skinner's farm at Hayaton, the property of tho;B»nt of'N.S'NY., pariah of LaD£ley, , 160 acres at Bin Hill, theproperty of James. Constable, toiier p. W. Milchey, of Whiltiisea. Tbsy sold lantweek in -JCyceton dotrict Mr IJ, G. liurr s Lanpley Vale Kfitatr, iH.':ir. KyiH'ton, oi 1100 acres, to .Mr Robinson, of New Zealand. ;.Mr Benton's farm of 400 acres, at Newliam, to Mr Porter,.iaf Mirbon. Mr II. Shilliday's farm iit tVoodend,. of 840 «or«s. to Mr A. Turnbull, of Daninm. Tbe same I firm reeently sold Bedbank Estate, Laneu fitl.l, toilr Powo/-, who.ia now Ksidjjiii oin ^he^estatc,
LAW RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 31 July 1914
LAW RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS. 1. Subscribers who do not piro ex presH notic '.o the contrary tiro considered an wishing lo Gontinuk their subscrip tion. 2. If subscribers order the discont inuance of . their periodicals, the publislior may eoutinuo to- aond thoro until AunnAKSuro paid. 3. If subscribers refuse or noglocfc to take periodicals from the ofTico to which thoy nru directed, they nro until thov have settled their bills, and ordered tho the periodicals to bo dis continued. 4. If subscribe^. ..remove to othor places without'mtorming tho publishers, to their former Hufkoiftbors aro respousibfe,* ^5/ The courts havo decided thaV ''refusing^to Hake periodicals from the office op; ilfrmoviug or leaving them un callcdifbr is'prima facia evidence of in tentional Fuaud. 6. subscribers pay in advance for a periodical, .they are bound to give N6T.ICE to tho publisher, at tho end of Uie time, that they do not wish to con tinue taking it,'otherwise tho publisher la authorised to send on,...