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Markets. MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET, Melbourne, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 7 August 1914

Markets. MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET, Melbourne, Tuesday. .The Gippsland aud Northern Co-operative. Selling Co. Ltd. report as follows Whoat-There is practically nothing what-' ever doing in this linens both buyers and. sellers are waiting developments; Oat6-Much firmer, with good feed en quiry. Milling, 2a."Cd;; best feed, 2s 4Jd4; medium, 2s 3d to 2a 3£d, J3arlcy-Good samples in demand at from 2s 6d to'Ss 4d for English, and 2s id to .2s .Cd for Gap?, f ' Maize -Deliveries much lighter, and as: there is a good enquiry the market is much better. Prime dry, 3s 9d to 3s 9Jd, <but there is not much available. \ Chatf- Owing -to the recent rain, this market is easier. Prime o-iteu ie selling at £3 lo?f ftn«l occasionally j£3 17S Gd. Potatoes-Prime lines selling freely, but iiicdium and inferior are still very dull. Choice Carmfus urc selling at £>1 15s. aud occasionally £5. .Choice SnowHakes, £4 6s to £i 10s.; medium grades downto £2. Ouicns-Deliveries this week have been much...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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LOCAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 7 August 1914

I LOCAL INFORMATION. Lancefield Shire Council,-Meetings hold , on last ''Friday an overy month. Conn i cillors : Messrs J. Waddell. M. \ Foy, A. Johnston, W. M'lntnsh, J. M'Elhin* ' noy, J. Hnrloy, .U. «F. Blackott, li Hemphill, and K. Graham .Acting M«cr«?»;»ry. Mr I\ J, McMahon. Health officer. Urtfinnis Dairy inspector, Mr MoKunau: Pound i keeper, Mr .) Wutorland, Inductor of f nniwar.c-e. Mr W. E I wards. [ lAncefield Wa'rrworka^ Trivet.--'Com* | ratafimieni racetUst F>i 'ay in ev.^y month. ? Acting Seor«tury vlr I*. J. MOMammi. Lancofiuld Horticultural tioui«ty, : rho committee ho!«Utboir meetings on rthn Monday on or before the fall moon, 8eo.» Mr. J. Watorlftod. ?Laooolkld Mechanias Institute.--The aotntnjtte* meot second Friday »io -each secrotary, Mr J, Bertick; .Librarian,Mr John WatacUnd. Lanoetlcld -Rifle <Club,-Captain, Mr M! MtEUiimiey.-; secretary, Mr t\, Golding. Lancefield Brass Band.-Practice held weekly. Bandmaster, Mr <L U'Citllftghan ^rc...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 7 August 1914

gjitlon & Lancashire fine Insurance Co. " V-.J, of FER80NAL ACCIDENT JJIOKH®88 POLICIES flasaed. i-.ntHeUV completing with tlw above 55^c«nK"®,i<,n* Workmil,i'Iuaur0""' wl3se lasursbttoo. / Wwfcr^ntionl^eto. 'jwmwe.,.,\ " "" \l i!> .1 jirciifont business; haa-.nndor-. ?r«w»^Hbl0.ohangi. during th« . ' yesrl. Premiums. have -beon' 1 jnMtl heists imreMcd, and a«w including flnaumncq against !ft ..M ind.Di«en«"i mdii.ate " great Jvsraw'T ouythiiiR contemplated in-. lb, ««ij y°"» °f tb" bu"noa8' w| ,g9n»-a. ooldlng. <. Mercury .' TUB OHDON DIRECTORY (Fnblinlicd Annually) . . .bi" W«h thioiiphout-thei Wor'd to rMnmnniwte ',i,ect wlth ED8!1"h [ASUFACTUfiBRS AND DEALERS llch cl«« of S"011"- Besides being ft enm ST.oniMrcUl guide to London,and Itrf "l»,the directory cont»in«-llita o( RX'PORT merchants ahUeOoods they »hip, and tho Coloni i Foreign Markets they supply; STEAMSHIP LINES MEtd under tho Pott»io:wbicb they sail,' J 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 — 7 August 1914

XJ.LQSE SEASON FOE .-GAME. " "The . .Whole -: Yenr.-I.iiuplniiir jiiok/ifl '. .emii, kangaroo*:C giey;. mO»lvr£»binlrv nntr't*' b<;»P8. owlc, . . 'swallow,; winp U«r-. phi iypUK..1rtc. . ;"\ \l : l» day rij«-'SOth I'avof* ' » n»}h yei'r--Ulnckfiwan, auIcI-' r.'. j-e o hM kimlh... . ' . .. From Int. ('h\ nfv.Hgtt.fc .lo encb yrnr »o t):(< Inst tlay -.of 'Fe1»rnary??? (foll« wing.-(Ji«njl, br««n?!tt-wijij5ud.or ollitr .wild ^i^t'oua, f rail / -From lat day of .September , to tho*lMh; i|ny of December in oachyonr.- Hlack fish. : . -vl'i'mi 1st «lny of' Muy to the 3lMt riiiy - . A»?u»i8t m cni'lv v'l 'r. - BnubHb' trout - Kro.n Ipt -Julv to. l/i'lv Oclnb«r in «mch j yisftr.-Mumy ctf, pcroh, aml^ienw. ' .. ?! -bII' i.jmt r r»*tv!;;;:.g;Bnr dp. . :. At :to <1 ho 'm nfcj}'. v.ni \/'HS0: G od A*,e fi ««m A, . Wi* .? un«f rH . l-i- 'tOHhi'M. ! By .so -'.1 ivyA* ? ;e?>-t>.8i<ler'My-s V )tah"Pn" yot»»Matfk,

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[?] 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 — 7 August 1914

HATES AND HfcttULo [Whero the term "The Lo.. wealth'' is used in connection mtn ujes>* rates and regulations it includes Papix. Lord Howe iiianJ. and Norfolk Island. LJLTTKKS. ror<47j6X7 4 ounce or .fraction thereof, .''or delivery within .the Common wealth ........ ...... 0 1 .'or delivery iu +he British Em pire 0 1 'or delivery in tho New Hebrides, UaukH, and Torres Islands ..0 2 .r delivery In other places ..... :.0 2J LE2TEK jUAKDsi or doJutQry within .the.Commonwealth Single, Id. eucui; ropiy, Id. each half or dslirery iu the British Empire (s<? list of- places under "Letters'')-Sin gle Id. each. ur delivery in New Hebrides, Btmka and Torres Islands-Singly, .-&. .eaoli 'or delivery in other" place*- SingU 2id.,each. . ^ ; 1'OST" C2&D3. ©ingle Postcards impressed with tl:« id. stamp, and Kepty or double cardt .aoli half of which has the Id. st4i:i.,: mpretaed thereon, n»ay be liranflniiLtr^ . :o places within j&e^'mmot.w.Mlth, o i...

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Correspondence, (We do not accept any responsibility for opinions expressed by correspondents.) CENTRAL COUNCIL NEWHAM. To the Editor of "The Lancefield Mercury." [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 7 August 1914

I' " Correspondcucc, :(\Vc. do not accept any -responsibility ior ' opinions . expressed by correspondents.) CGKTKAL COUNCIL NKWHAM. !.:. To the .Kdiior-of. uThe?Lahcefieid>..'\ Mercury." ? - ? Sir;-It sooidb but reasonable I till sonio :«x|)1niinlion ? Rhould be given with ? regard-to oar inactivity durinn it ho lout few:- weoks. - This iias be«n thedifficulty.. -In.- -oar organising work wo wci'O evory where confronted with the bogey of liability to citn lion before "tho: Arbitration Court, should thu rural workers succeed in creating nn intcr-Stale dispute. And according to tho best advice obtain able in thu State, we are liable, but not one degree moreso, than the other threo-sec.re or more combinations of rural employers, no mutter whether industrial, coniiBercial or political, or all three, as well as every individual farmer is liablo to citation., find the .only .escape ia to quit the land. How ever, as there is already in .existence a fund (thu Victorian rural producers',...

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Lancefield Shire Council. FRIDAY, AUGUST 31. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 7 August 1914

Lancefield Shire Council^.; . FRIDAY, AUOUST.31. PTPM»M-Hhi lev (pi'&sif)mil),' *ojy Jol.hst, ^ MMiito>b, v McEjhTi£ ? *>» ilt-ni/ihill, Ginl.«rn mid lil/ickod COM CSl'Cft DENCE. ? v\;.v Pfoni'Boc i £h ofKuglohtiw k,couj-. ?hi'rung .i f iiij(i>tu'o MI . u rcflhimn fiotv *chemo regatding the creek, ancl ask 'fig til© council to. j'Mct. a proW^i .i/ai/^l; their being compelled J^pay 'oi ivoik"* outside their boundary;--; Ueceiwd, ^ From the Deputy , Post master^ - fionoial, that comphnntsvegarcitng ho Lancefield telephone''- u/iiJ^> be enquired into. v.i :v FVom ^ho Public Wotfcs Depart nienf, that Hjo application for power to provide electric Iighting.would;be placed before the Minister at ? tho '.xptratiofl of the statutory iiroo months. From Queen's Memorial Infection .Oiflo»se.s Hospital, 10 patient there for Mdays.--Acaoniit paid. * . trom H. V. Goiter, fecretary to the* ijanoefirJ I Tennin Club, asking that the fence be extended 20 feeUosthu club wanted to .l...

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A Councillor Resigns. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 7 August 1914

A'Councillor Besigns. At Friday's meeting of the Lance field Shire Council and .the Water Trust, Cr. and Cmr. R. F. Blackett an nounced that as he had sold his pro perty he would be retiring from his -seat, on those Ibodies. He said he had been five years in the council and had been treated with courtesy and: shown every consideration. He would always look back on his term .of office with pleasure. Cr Foy ?moved the resignation be receired with a .great deal of .regret. <Cr! Blackett had commanded the esteem and goodwill of everyone of them. ..2'hey wished him success. All the .other colleagues of Mr Blackett ex pressed similar sentiments.

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Potato Digging. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 7 August 1914

Potato Digging. Mr E. Hayes, of Mimosa Glen, Tooborac, writes that a native of the Emu Flat district ,put up what he thinks is a record for the Lancefield ?district in potato digging on his place .last week. He dug and bagged 62 bags and loaded 40 of them in the day of about 'S .hours, and for 9 day's work his average was 46 bags a day ; 415 bags being dug in the .above number of days, and earned an aver age of 19s i^d per-day. For Chronic Cheat Complaiuts, "Wooda'^Great Peppermint Cure, Is Cd

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REMOVED RHEUMATIO PAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 7 August 1914

REMOVED liHEUMATIO PAINS. ' "I hare great faith in Chamber lain's Paiii Balm," says Mr. S. J3. Hancock, J.P., Xtapunda, fe'.A. "For. years I suffered ^:ith rheumatism in my arms aud shoulders, brought on .by a chin. Now an appleatiou of Chamberlain's- Paiu -Balm gives mo Instant relief and .soon removes it. I recommend Chamberlain's Pain .Balm to #.11 sufferers from ^rheumatism.". All .chemists aud storekeepers. t Maudie pouted much at JBortitj, To his great tiurprific,; P raps-slie hfcard of him aud Gertie Sw>i}.pin« gladsome eyca. But Ui.j thiog thnt did upaethor, .\Iadu her glum nud donr, '^Vfta that liert lnul dared furget her 'Woods' Great Pepperuiiut Cure.

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THE TROUBLE HAD DISAPPEARED. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 7 August 1914

THE IEOUBLE HAD EUSAP PEAIiED. "Some twelve mouths ago," writes ?:Mf. H. Bradley, 2 Bbel-eigh Street, Woollahra, N.S.W., "iny daugUter,suf fered considerably with chest oo'm plaint, aud my attention 'beiug called to an advertisement on Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, .1 decided to try it .for lier. The improvement was so .marked .after a few doses .that we continued to give Qber .the Remedy, and lifter itivo bottles we were in deed gratified, to .find that the trouible which we bad dreaded might become chronic had' disappeared." .All c&emistB and storekeepers. LINSEED OOMPOl'NDOf 40 ycars)pro7ed ; efficacy Cor Coughs, Colds, 'Bronchitis, etc. In outlining the report of the suc cessful operations -of the Trustees Executors and Agency .-Company . Limited our paragraph was acciden tally headed with the name of an .other similar .company. . For Children's Hacking Cougb at Night, Wuodfl' Grei.l Peppermiut Cure. Is 6d. Mr Denis Griffin, J.T., of High Camp, who was entrusted with the W...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 7 August 1914

'Commonwealth J§|fe.BanU of HustvaUa HEAD OFFIOE SYDNEY <fcu B.rt l> optn for «I1 dwu ot GENERAL BANKINQ BUSINES8 «t EQUITABLE BUILDING, 03LLINS STREET, MELBOURNE Abo at 8jrdney, Canberra, Adslaide, Perth, Hobart, Tlrisbane, Rockhampton, Towniville, and London, "Omble remittances made to, tod drafts drawn on foreign places direct. Foreign bills negotiated nod cottfcotnA. Letters ot credit liiutd to any part ol Uie world. Hills negotiated or forwarded for collection. Banking and Exohwjje Business of every description transacted within the Oommoa* wealth. United Kincdoiu and abroad. Current accounts opened. Interest paid on fixed deposits. Advance* made afatust approved securities. \ SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT ! Victorian 0«ntr«l Office J 317 COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE^ - | Brt&chee in the abort cltiee and 2)000 Acanclos at Post Offices throughout the Commonwealth. O«po»lt« from 1/» to £300< Intoreat At 3% por annum. . K>opo«lt« or Withdrawal* tua; be t...

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SHIRE COUNCIL MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 7 August 1914

SHIRE GOUNCIL'-MEETlNOSi Lancotiold-Last Friday- In month,_ 2 o'clock. .> ltomsey-First Fridny in month, 2 o'clock. Sprii.^Huld-Second-Friday iu ni*ntU, 2 o'clock. Kyuetuu--Firefc Saturday, in month 11 o'clook, Pyi»loug-Third Monday in month, 2 ' o'clock.' Nowhnm and Woodeud-Last Tuesday ia the month,

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Lancefield Mercury. With supplement. FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 1914. Skating. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 7 August 1914

fanceSclb Utercttrg. With supplement. FUWAY, AUGUST. .7, 19M. t-Skating. Last Saturday week a carnival at the Lancefield Skating rink, under the management of Messrs Alf. Williams and T. Guthtidge, passed off most successfully. There was a large nmn- I ter of scalers on the lloor. and a.big attendance ofspectators. 'Til .* Lance field band enlivened the proceedings Liberal prizes had been offered, and i the judges (Messrs R. S. Graham, R. G. Robinson, and^S. 'Johnston), gave tVieir awards as follows- Lady's ..poster costume, Miss Gould (Robur Tea); gent's poster .costume, Mr VW. McLaughlin Sunshine harvester) , , most graceful couple, Miss Logan and ;Mr A. Hemphill.; lady's fancy cos tume, Miss A. vCorrigan-; gent's fancy -costume, .Mr B. Talbot; comic char acter, Mr V. Davis (clown) ; most . original couple, Miss J£. 'i'rindies and /Mr H. Hunt. sltfNSEED COMPOUND Trade Mark on Kay's Corup iunrl Kflsonce of Linsettl fur ?"Coughs niid-Culilo. Mr J. B. Cantlon, well 'known in the fc^'...

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CHURCH SERVICES [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 7 August 1914

..C HDRCH ' S-SB VICES Divine.service will be held.at.Lancefielil oo Sunday next aa follows:-. OHCRCI?' or ENGLAND.- Lancofield, Choral -Matins'' II,'Evensong (plain) 7; Cubaw2 30.-Kev. J. Francis. ROMAN CATHOLIC.-Lancefield-0 and II &.U3,, Romsey 11 a.m. MF.THQDIST CHURcn.-Lancffield ll and and 7-Hcv. Stone. Newhara 3-Student. Monument Creek II aud 7, .Newhtm.'3 Student.: .Goldio 3-Rev, Stone, PRESBYTERIAN OIIOIICH.- Lancofield 11 Sprinutield 3-The Assistant. . LancefielU 1-The Minister. CHURCH OF CHRIST, . BAGLANSTREET Bible School ,10 a^m.. Communion IL a.m. Evangelistic Serviced pm.

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Court Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 14 August 1914

Court Fixtures. Ttw- fnM'twir.ir f ^ ^ M ?-£!«- / iri'teV .*'3v - f 3."c -4.!><.:. th«| «>--ii.t« » ; Jhl- p*ll > f '.i :- L D ; l.'-iV' HfM-Wctin^pHHy", 11 n.m. 21t Kt-t'n«»y IS, March 18 Ai'ti* 15, M*i 20: Jui.p 17 Kt'Ui^v- \\ eil'ifodnv4, 2-30 p.m. on *nnir dutp* «?» Wimdend- MitMinvc, 3 p m. Jan uary 12 nnd 26 ; Fti'iUM*) 9 hiiH 23; Mtrch 9 *nd Affil ; 27 , May 11 mnH 25. tnd Jati*!2 Kvji»-?*»n - Ti:e«'lHv«, 10n.ro. Jnn ua*v 6 13, mfii 27 j hVhruRtv 3. 10, »»iid 24, March .3, lO, 24, and 31 ; April 7 Hnfl 2S ; Mhv 5, 12. mid 20 ; aud 2, 9, *23, mid 30. Licensing Court? will le hf-M-as foUiitvp : - {iHt.cefield (h»j'd at f Kom-ny) - Jnnsiry 21, Ft-brpary IS, Mtoch IS, April 15, Mhv 20, and Jorif 17. Kynftoti-January 6. Frbru«ry 3, ilnreb 3, April 7, Mwy 5, aud J ine

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 14 August 1914

i -i Professional Nurses throughout Australasia TESTIFY TO AND REOOMMEND CLEMENTS KURSK SN2KCS, ef Burbon. Street, Bundabtrg (Q.), writes i " I was so ill I longed for the hour when 1 would be at peace." Read her letter: OVIMKNTS vonic LTD. " Ucdl two yr*r» ig« 1 followed ray pr&feitioe of LADIES NURSE, rni£st *!»ra at Mt. Ptory, Overwork brought en « TOTAL COLLAPSE OF MY NERVOUS SYSTEM. I Wit treated by several doctor*, feat grrw tod bec«t»e M lo»» *j>d laffrrtd *o mveh that I dei paired of e*er U5=« w«H .(***; te fact. ONE DOCTOR SAID THE END WAS VERY NEAR; tad, mdwd. I ONLY LONGED FOR THE HOUR WHEN 1 WOULD 6E AT PEACE. A friend, who wit rao«t p-r *^r*t M bef &a»Hy faade me try Cle«w*t» To.iv:, AND JT PROVED MY SALVATION. Poor bottles ssw me cp sad abovt, and now, although wttl advsDced m ffsn, 1 sis ffroog s*d arrive, and well able to look aher Ibebouoet. t Wrt. I ATTRIRUTE THAT ENTIRELY TO CLEMENTS TONIC. AND WOULD U£ PLEASED IF YOU WOULD MAKE USE OF THIS LETT...

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True Patriotism. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 14 August 1914

/True Patriotism. 'On renripl of *Th» l*&nc*$eld iter ttnr/f <pe<iUI an ^aUmlHy .'*vefiin« u lliicnl'lridy "Who tnkcn ud . iiittillittbnt iin'H'OHt in pi>iiiic^l nuri national af iWr* *««t»8 ? the Mlowiug verges »by 'T«'in Hiuid : - sWltK the goiul <.( oar cruiiitry hef<tr« »? Wiiv plnj i m«»rc parliw.»n'« R«ntfJ; »lo| ih't broad England i* o*«r u«, Aii'l, behold, on both nitic* *tii th« .ame. tNotf r thivnot for )h*t, notfor any, Xovfvt th«u% n«»t f r hut for alt- , To Ihft U«.t rtrii|j of bln.-d, thn Uat pouny- ' Together let>'o tl^hl «<r lettafull,' tfnr ilrwiyt-ho vilo aignvof * fraction') 1 Be the national banuer unfurled ; lllut if ws viuit hiiTe a faction Bs U //rifain agMtiBb-ail tU« wrotl'U / Cured Thorn I always awe tQfa&mber1niit48 Cuoifh Remedy and /:an reooramoud it ti> anyone whoibaB ?children, sayn Mps rBarrett, Tiiooin .strear, Kntfinnin^, W.A. My two Hittlu RirU Doreeu and Shoilii, wore,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 14 August 1914

adamson, Strejttie _ and, Oo., 'Prop. Ltd,, IprOCK k STATION AGENTS Virtwta Horse Bmww, 0OURKE ST., MELBOURNE, tf.H mIu »' H«iw« .'lh* B«x»#r ttory W«In«id»y. lit SHBBP-Tno»3»jTk _ FAT OATTLK-W»dnMd*jt. ?At Oorpcrafcrn Markat PI08 4 CALVXS-Tbur»a«y«. DAIKV.4flTORE'CATTLB- S,ria.y« Ii»n3 ;ffn3 Clearing Sales j^on .(iociad .in.any^aift'of.tbeJ^sto Lancefiold Market Firnt Monday to Esoh 'Month, |jya]liflform*tlou c»n bo ofaufafttf frota'Ui«fr rfiprMentstiYe, A. J: O'CALLAOHAH", . j LwQtfiefd Ofico -fifgii Stro«4, ftami for Sato and To lat, I HonMgcmkI* ko*n»'K«goti*tey p'sComingon Again. 1 ITBB ONGT BALL OF VBB-aBASOIi. /Fifteenth z&ntraat 'flrajad Sibomiatt Ball ?Will be held in tho Mechanics'/'Hall g 'IsRDctB&kif'oa j WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9th. Allietti'a String Band Engag*]. Moonlight, Tiokotf, , 7a ^-6d. Bfwybddy Welonmo, ^ G. PERBT 1 Hon ' J. MADIOAN. j ew !| jl m s M -3 fii 1 o w 05 o ._eu 33 r« '»'* 3 % -<n I : CO !4> W 'PKACTIOAIi PRESCRIPTION AGAIN...

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Railway Extension. LANCEFIELD—BAYNTON. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 14 August 1914

Railway Extension. ,'IiANCEFIELD-UA.TNTON'. From The Lrinoctitld Mermry we gather that there*wan/a jwir or* two ft strong' agitation for the ex 'teiiHion of tho railway from Lancefield lo# Bnyn'on. A" letter nomes . to.us . from Bayntoo as follows: WA public maeting wan hold at Biiyntou of Angnttt -6fh .for tho pur-. 'pose c»F reviving the question of thg extension of'the'railway from Lfuice fifild to Bxyntnn.. A,fairly large nnd | ropfesontft-fivo nttenHai'oe of residents from the surrounding districts bwrii» ptesent, ThoRO who'advocated the exiW'ion two years ago.frit that thoy nsktirl for too much. flad they asfeed for lesH'i in nil probability they wonld < lifive gained their 6hject. . When the deputation waited du the Minister of Rnilwnyfl eighteen months ago, tho objection whs raised thub the. pro poned rermitius was too near tlie Rcdnfldnlo line. Now that objeotion cud not- be raised, as the Bayntoo resi dent do not nee the Kodesdale lino-it - is too far away-but a...

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