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LANCEFIELD RAILWAY. MELBOURNE TO LANCERFIRED [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 14 August 1914

LA.NCEFIELD RAILWAY. I McmiOITRNE TO liUNCEriKOO' AleHirynrnts. :H. ' - ::.tl^p: .6A0 I finceholri Junctrtm'tfrr. 8:14 dep. 8:5o Bolindu, -.j*- ? § \fontRttti § § Noith Monegotfra §; § - tfoinm y 10 10 rjancithcld drr. 10.25 \ P M Melbmirne- ^ ii. . " -- 'dop 5 42 LancffioIdvJuncbon arr 7'.10 fiep 7JS. W<H»Tei»'Y*.-i-.v-"- ,,T'!Ll" ??" ... " ..." d 2 '. .LunceiioM ... orr 8.15 On Saturday*. this train leaves Melbourne nt (>.30 and reachi'S Ltfi>ce» field at 93 p;m. - IiANCKSIGfiD TO M&l,B(XJUN'S. Lanurfiold ... *. dep. 7.4(# FIoiiihcv ... ... ... ...7.?>5 Uineefteld tfu<nefao« urr8.24, dep 8.41 Melbourne.,. ...i).45 PM, . Lancefiefd dep. 5.0 Uomsey" ' .... -5 25 Lancofivld fluuofaon v. ? arr. <5.14 ,1VIel-bourno,.*^3:--.:!-'-iw ~..arr. 7.27 Oifitnnoc. from; Lnnuefield to Moltimrno, 'injmil- v . Height of Lnnuofiolri nbnvfc tho nca 4ovk1,, ITlhlfuob.: ?. 1 ^AWCmWLT):RaH.W3VY; ., i Fnn'8.- LancrMd to Melbourne-^nr<lin nrv fn...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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The Police Visit. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 14 August 1914

The Police Visit. The visit "of- th«-Polico ? 'Football Club-on Aaguat 5th was "very fltic ccPHfu). In addition to thnno who came by.train, four motor-cwr loada uccooipaaied-tha party. On their ar rival they were taken to the FarmeT' Arms Hotel, where Mr MoKlliinney welcomed thorn on behalf of ^be rbwn and district. Fno'raoeH were thou in dulged in High-street, tho RuceeKsfoi riinners being Conafables W-bl>, Peach, Burke and Jones, Aft*r luncheon at the Commercial Hotel, some of tho party went out. in drn«fl and motors on u shoot tug and courting expedition, while tho playing mem bers competed in a fool bull mutr.b in the Park with the local team, A large crowd witnessed tbo match, the result of which wa« 'reported in last week's issue. During tho half time interval ladieR of the district kindly supplied afternoon tea for 'be players mid visitors. Sixt'y.eicht tJUGfltH sat down to the bunquet in tho evauiu?, beld at Oantlon'a Lancofiold Club Hotel, After justico had been done to ...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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THE DISTRICT COURTS (1911). [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 14 August 1914

THE DISTRICT COURTS (iini). , The Police Magicrtrate' {Mr A,' Barlow) aUendB tho following-courts .on the duyH flpucified, PETTY SESSIONS, Costlemniue-Every Friday, at 10 a.*n .except fourth .Friday in month. " Kyneton-Evury Tuesday, afc 10 a.mr, .except third Tuehjlny'in month. Da\ leaford-Every \VoclHe«day,;aH-Oa'.m. excupt-third Wodhcudny *n the month. Mnldon-First arid third Mondayinn tfao month. ;»t II 30a.ni, . Trunthnm-Firat awl third Thursdays in month* at 10.30 n.-m. ?' ^' Wcodend-Sccood and fourth Mondayn la omnilratttp.m. 'Cliewton-"Fiiet -Friday in month at5p.m. Tanulnlo-First 'Pucadoy in month at 8 p.m. Frycratown-Seoo-nd Saturday in month at 10 u. mt Malmsbury-fleoecd Tuesday ra -month-at 2,-15 j>,m. fluabnry-*Fourth Friday wi mcmth at S p.m. Bl:»ck\vood-Seooiid Tbnrnday in month at 10 h. in. Gislmriio-Fourth Thursday, in month afc iOn.m. . . . GU-nlvon-Ftrat Wednesday in month st 2.3(1 ii.ni/ .... ..LmtuHiold-^Third Wednesday in month &t 11 n in. .^.UnniHoy...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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LAMPS. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 14 August 1914

LAMPS. 1ft remote country places and ; in houses where gas is not laid on, lamps must be used for tho purpose of illumination. To secure a good light and freedom from an- nnj lea £ant odour care in trimming lamps must be exercised; perfunctory cma " sores can only bring about these undesired results. Lamp-burners re quire boiling at leant once a month. The oil tank ought not to be over full, and the tncfc of the Jorap must be wiped most carcI'iUy ©very tia'©' before and after lighting. The cil .oozes into the cement round the col lar and exhales a detcstah-io smell diroctlj the lamp gets warm. Jo efcnplc homes tho duty of looking /.after the lamps should not tfcvoHe 06 the mald-o£-&U-work, who has not - fcfcrie to atfcoad to tticra properly.

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 — 14 August 1914

LAW RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS. 1. Subscribers who do not ffiv« press notic ' u tho contrary are considerod aa w'mliiucr to Conutnd+{ their subscrip tion 2. K subscribera order the discotrth , inuanoo of their periodicals, tho j publisher may continue bo ftond them until Alt ><£ A its nro paid, I 3. If subscrioen* refune or negloct to , take periodicals from the office to which t'hey arc directed, they are Rt>si'o s w.a .until thov have settled .their bUls.-auad orflerud' lixr the' periodicala'to- b&^dia coatiuuod, 4. If subscribers remove ".to other places withoutinforminj? the publishoro, and' tho pnp«r« arc aont to their former direction, tho subscribers aro roaponsibJo. 5. Tho courts havo decided thai "refusing to take periodicals from tho office or removing or leaving them un called for in prima facia evidenoo of in tentionnl Fhauo. & If sul>scribcrfl pay rn advance for a neriofiical, -thuy are bound to givo Notick to the publisher, at tho onu of...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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GUARDING KING GEORGE. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 14 August 1914

GUARDS KING GEORGE.' » Our Sovereign in well guardol* whether ho is in hite palacc nt Buck* fngham or Wiudsor, driving in stato through London streets, cycling along) Norfolk lanes, or tnunping over Scot-, tteh moors. The approaches to all bds palaces arc jealously guarded by* sentries, so that no stranger cai^ hare accede to him unchallenged. Even in the Highlands a whole regi ment is always at band at Dollatcf, ready (or any emergency ? and cn all State occasions he has, ot course, his escort of soldiery, , But his safe custody is in tho real keeping of a picked body of men,, carefully chosen for their inte)li< gence and character from tfee A Divi sion of the Metropolitan Policy under tho direction of a Buptrift tendeot-men whosa exclusive dnty it ie to Koep watch over His Majesty, and who do their work bo quietly and unobtrusively that their exist" / ence is. scarcely known to many of the ladies and gentlemen of thq Court. Windsor has its permanent} staff of these sile...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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POSTAL INFORMATOIN. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 14 August 1914

POST At- i N KO KMATION - «MniIa* nre <losptft-ohpd from the Pogt Officu, iiftifCilii'hl, tiK "fnJlmvi*Daily Kumney ami Mul.bniirnu'fSundnys* i*x-tmtfd) closes »t7 H.m. hqiI at 4 AO p.m. For ISnvu TuoR«lays uml Fridays, clo*eg nt 11.50. Knuhfonl, N.-wlmm, »ud ;,\Vondend. daily, Jocee i»t-2.l6 p.m. Kilmore . on MtTntlny Wodutsdny . mid 'Friday, and fo< ->d pnnie-days, cln*a» s 2.M0 p rir * - J v\nr LauuiiticlU Post-Officc »e closed daily; /nt (5 p.m. ' ... . . On. Sutimlny mylite-tlie office -opV m 'for delivery of letturs at 9.30 p.#t. * on other . nights at 8.30. ' » ;

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Sporting. FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 14 August 1914

.Sporting, FOOTBALL. To-morrow (Saturday) tbo Lance field Juniors journey to Kilmore to again try conclusions with Marist Bros.' Assumption Golkar-. Ae nn outing to Kilioore is alwuya an enjoyable one, it is to bo hoped many will wake tb« trip. Tbo local boys have bueQ weakened by the Iobb of four or five playerf, but neverthe less expect (o put np a good fzarae All intending making tbe (rip are reminded that the bus leaves Meyers' at 12.45 sharp, and it is dewirori that overdone should turn up to time. The localb should put up n j»ood fight, *s we arc informed that few of the ' HpotB* from the Juniors played for Pyalonsat Heathcofre last Satuidoy, and arquiUcd 'themselves-credifnhly. H? Waterliind- kicking 2-3 and Gothrid^re J behind, all that. Pyalong kicked for the day. LINBEKD COMPOUND, f"T Omighs nnd fold*. TiWipnnH phlirtfin, n|l»y« irritMfi/m.

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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SHIRE INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 14 August 1914

SHIRE INl'Ol.MATlOW. T;fwecfie)d tthirc-Art»», 38 «q. raile* Population of shire, 1201. Number ;»f dwelling, 262.. Komst*y tihiro.-Area, 85 nq. mile*. Popu» iMifft of chile 1900. Number of dwHIlugfj 420. Siirinpfluld shire.-Area., Ill ^q miles* Pnpnlntion of »hiro, 706, Numoer of lUrdliiitiB, 134. Vyal-uig shiro-Area, SS0 eq. mtlat. Population of f.l»rc, 1200. N<aober > . . dwellings, 380. . . ? V New hnm.Woodcnd Bhirc.-~AVe*^' popuiahni^*« v . ?. .dwfllmffs.-'./Vv, :

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Romsay Shire Council. FRIDAY, 7TH AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 14 August 1914

Romnsy Shiro Council. FRIDAT, 7TB AOQUST, The ordinary monthly meeting af the above oonncil was held on the a ho 1*0 d>ite, there beintj present-Cr* Br.t.lv (pt Jf StuwaW, Wilson, Mi'UonrtM, Richardson, Sanderson, Vinmcninht* llobn and Oehiltree* CORRESPONDENCE. I" r>'in riuia Furphey,. stating thai ho w»b prepared to mako a valuation of all rateable property in the Rid doll's Creek riding for a fee of -620* From Andrew Wilson renhnve, Mr Sanderpoa said ho conaidercd Mr Wilson could do the work* to the entire satisfaction of councillors with in three weeks. He moved that Mr Wilson be Appointed valuer,-Sec onded by Ct Richardson, and carried ananimonsly. From Shire of Nowham find Wood end, stating tlut the rental of the road plant at £50 would not cover wage* or working expenses. , Cr Vinnicombeconsidered the offer: was not worth while entertaining, Qv Sanderson said it»"|;1ould be altogether too expenflive. ' Cr McDonald said the plant could produce me tat at a coat of 6* per ...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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LOCAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 14 August 1914

LOCAL INFORMATION. XmncetWltl fthiro 'Council,-Moetmg* hold 'on laat Fiiday in ovcrry month. Co tin <ciUorR': MfRsra WivMeM. M. Bfoy, A. Johnston, W, M*Inti»Bh, J. M'Flhin* mey,-#. Harlcy, K, P. UlackoN, K Heni|ihi.l, .and K. <3rahnm. Aclin^ Hucreturv. Mr 'P. J. WcMtAron. Health officer, Dr ITuw .i Dairy Wr MoKoiwm '."-. i j .' !keoj>er? Mr *f Wfttej'Ujjd. .nuisancco, M r W. K lwRrd« ljtnccfrelH Waterworks Tru-i. .m!ivBiot»ocM<nieot'lft%t Fu tay iti>cv«ry uv-kUv Anting 8cor»itwry Mr {'..fl", McMahcn. Lanotfficld Horticultural Soointy. comtiiitlr': h'.M their mt'.e.Uu^n on the Monday on-r>r Iwf-re thu ifnll moon. Sue., Mr.J. Wa»«r ki.«L l.«ttcetibld Mechanics' Inatitrrte.-Tho <Ocrmniitl&« ui',0t m-coni .FruUy. in iMoi: ffal#otlL-.-j?¥<»«.*-ae<9,i>WT<)',' *-'v}j 5," Derrick ; labttften. $Ir John Watf»r!i.ud. -buideheld Uiflo Clnb.-Captain, Mr M. M'Elhiuney.:; secretary, Mr IL GoMiiw. .Lauo...

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

I .ondon & Lancashire Fire !nsura««e Co. »]) lVinrt« IPICttHtiNAl, ACOIDKNT .",1810KNU88 roWCIts Do not 'Ifthv aompleHnt irilh ih> ibOTo wMl'hy'Cotpo>»»i<»»»"orfcra»n''»9n«Br»n'i'e Win*-' -v.. Km lastaaacfi. V?ri»'*'for/p*rtical«r»,'«>c, Imarmtw Against j 'Accident jptutotfl Acc/ffont bu*ine4? ih»8 wdHst ,jjo/je ff#m»rk*W# change ilwtajf tfaaj f/«#t lew y®*«* ^Premiums have been t)iOr»Me<tt nml new I including Hanurnnoe Against I flllaeuc* »tid indu *u >a yrent I i«Hvaij0ft «*t> rfioythiiiff coiittmipliueri m ' ?lb» 0»t!;<yf«fs of tlw bu«ia&>0, Siocji) .#«»*-K. GohMug; " Moronity .* 1 IWIK 10NDON DIRECTORY i(PUblUhtrt Annually.) rgnnhlf* tracer* (hrnaehnat ./##/. TV/w^d 'to .fotrmQ» i<"Rto «lir»cL with'Eu^liiih .MANtffWPCTKRKB AN'D *DKA'LKft6 Ho each CUm of K"n«f«. :FUpi<l*« beint? a c»ro jplile n)iniu«ici*l rhM« 'to ;l,i»nrinn amHtS| .luburbB, the directory coi-lAii>»iiw»B of j ?KKPORT W...

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 — 14 August 1914

C10SK SEA f-ON. Fo'h. GAMiK. The Whole Yenr.- f mjpbjnfi ~jfK*knGa, enm, kangnroo ( gioy and red), lyre.ijirds, native bear p, . owl«, . swallows, fim>nkcM, pW tyjrug, *4c» 1-wtn Htfa tiay to the 20th 4»y «f DoeMiW M «*cTj year.-BJacfc «wa*, -wild gei'ie t> »fl kimh. - . Vrom list day nf Amrnnt in each ynar to 'In* last day. of February. following.-Quail, Iruuze-wtug ed -or «tln:r wild .. FISH V " ?*. From 1st d«y of. Stiptomtwr tothor HftU : day of Decenjberon uach.yonrs*j-;HI«ok JiHlii' . -/From lt»t duy-ftf .M«y - to the. 31wt. d»y AoiMiet ui cauU ywir^-Kngtiwh -truitfr. ?' e Kro.n 1t«t July" to '15M»>C^tnbur in rach .yonr.r-Murray cod, pti'oh, and broani,.'y. . Woodman., fell 1 lint tree 1 But. do »-ot ftttempi-to.rto po Mntil you Imvo . loctired u ..Good Axe . from A, Williams,-Dunsfoni Bfrept, L.^MCphfld, J y :Bo (loiiipr, yu will .eoi,mder»tbly I ghten your task. *

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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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 — 14 August 1914

POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Whero the term "Tbo Common wealth" is used in connection with these rule*, and regulations it includes Papua, Lord.Howe island, and Norfolk Island.] LIS'ITIjUUS. For ?©very .4 ounce or fraction thereof. For delivery witiun the Common wealth .. 0 1 For'Ueliroigr'in ?he liriUali Em pire 0-1 ?\>i delivery in the New Hebrides, . Dauks, olid iorreu Island*!.. 0 -2 , . nr.delivery in other place* .. .. . 0 2) . XiKTl lilt CAKDti, ;:'i>r delivery .w<ithin.tile Commonwealth: ; Single, ,ld. each ; reply, Id. oaolt liajf. ordelirery in xhe Umiah Empire (ho> list of places under "LotUM's> ^-bin - file. Id. each. ".'or celivnry in New Iicbridt>«, Banks and Torres Islands-Siuglo. :M, each . For delivery in -other .plaeos- Single S?ld. -each. fOST-UAltDS. Single tfo&lcard* iiupiesbod with th id. ttatDp, oixl ltep^y or doufeln -curd:*., aaofo half of wJuch has Mm hX. Awwn, *»ay be tre^jBattWi to piao«s wftiim the Colli mouw««Mki, «*v ...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Markets. MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. Melbource, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 14 August 1914

Markets. MELBOURNE GRMN MARKET. Melbource, Tue^Wnv. Yhe Uippsland and Northern Co-operative Soiling Co. Ltd. report as follows Wheat-There ia practically nothing what doinjj in thi« .Jine, as both buyers' and sellers ft-e marking time. F.a.q, is quoted nominally at 4s 4d, Oats-These cootinuo to advanoe, and milling are now worth .2s lOd to 2s lO^d; feed, 2s 8Jd to 2a 9$d. Barley-There is now rather a better enquiry for the cheaper lines, as stocks are becoming exhausted. English is selling from 2a Si to 3s id; and Capo from 2s 4d 2s 6d Prime dry flat red h selling steadily at ! 4«, but the demand is much qaieter than last wfipk. Cba0-Although larger supplies are com ing to band, the tnvrket contiunes ffrm. Prime wheaten it celling at £4 10a, prime o*teo it 7» 6d, with medium down to £3 IBs. Pnta&ea-There is a good enquiry for anything of prime quality. Snowflaken are bringing np to £6 10«, and Brownolls and Kxcolniora to §5. Carraann are vry noaroe.aori *r« quoted noraiunlly...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Jn Jitsn. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 14 August 1914

Jn Jitsn, We go to .press .with the country at war, as an 'integral part of the Empire. It is not of Britain's seeking. Shake- ' .peare's warning to beware of quarrels, but-being in-to act according to Admiral Jellicoe's motto, is being followed, by all accounts. It is -not for us to comment. We have done our part. We published to an as tonished world one morning -.that Britain had declared war on Germany. The news was true, and if actions speak louder than words, has since ?been fully confirmed. ''The Lance field Mercury" has all through main tained a twice-a-day service, and kept the town well posted as to how things have been going. We were first on Sat urday evening with the gladsome tid dngthat Germanyhad a 'bit of a sic kener," and wanted a quiet 24. hours in which to chew the cud of reflection. The publishing of specials naturally threw the issue of the paper back, but any disappointment or inconvenience ?caused roust be set off against the service gratuitously rendered to a ...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Federal Election. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 14 August 1914

PeSeral "Election. ?Mr A. C. Palmer, M.H.R., the Literal candidate for the Echuca seat in the House of Represent tatives, will address the electors in the .Mechanics' institue, Lance field, on "Wednesday, 2nd Sep tember, at 8 p.m. Ladies are specially invited. Mr W. A. Trenwith, one of the six selected .candidates for the Senate, speaks zf Romsey this afternoon and at Lancefield this evening. Senator IBlakey, one of Victoria's Labor .iix, and Mr J. O. Gourlay, the .party's candidate for the Echuca scat, will address a meeting at Lancefield next Friday, 21st inst. An " Argus" paragraph says a -policeman who had arrested two, suffragettes had" his braces cut from behind by a third lady militant, and -was obliged to \ abandon /his charges for more pressing and serious responsi bilities. 'COAGnr.INB, " KLIPX," " TENASI TINE." Cements f«r bEfiafcagen, manu facturing purposes, ekC.

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

The LaaceSeld School, In his report on the Lancefield State school after his recent ex amination, the district inspector (Mr J. Cross)-states:-"The school is kept In good order in all re spects} It is a re-modelled .build . ing, and worthy of al'l the atten tive care that can be be bestowed on it. The school is very nicely ? decorated. The percentage of .1 promotions is over 100. The general management of the, school is of z. very good charac-1 tex, and it passes a very good ex amination. A very good attitude towards their work is displayed by the children. They attend closely to their work in hand *-nd do tneir best at it. The .children in this school are ,g«tting a fine moral -training. Right feeling .and righi actions seem to be in duced 3>y ^he very atmosphere of ? tthe place. The power Of 5nde-' ' pendent thinking hare also been generated. The boys have taken ?UP .Sloyd work and bid fair to, «xcel in this form of manual ' training. The physical training .of the.children in t...

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

Tha Gnn. On Saturday, 22nd Init, the Lancefield Gun Club will hold an Open Handicap of £5, for which double nomination ii 5s, sparrows or starlings to be used as avail able. The novices, who always forma large ^proportion of newly-; formed clubs, are catered for with a handicap of £1 I». The third shoot for the Murphy Trophy will be shot, also sweep stake* with trophies added. The Gun Club meets .on Wednesday,' 19th inst" at ihe Shamrock Hotel, lo maice final arrangements for the shoot. For Bronchial Conghi, take Wood#' Great Peppormeni Cure. Is 6(3. Always Give* Relief.-"Ever since; my*on Reggie was "twelve raootbs old I have gives him Obiraberlaio'* Coogb Remedy for oronp, BftyB Nfr Joe Stephen*, Warren. N.S.W. ^o cifftier bow bad the atfBok may be, after a fowdoses of <3b«rabeHiu:^ Coofi^b Remeoy he has always b?-en relieved. I h&v-e recommended Cham bertnin*a43oaifb Remedy to dozauR of people aft I consider it tbe be*i re medy for oroup or colds, and would not...

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The Rifle Club [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 14 August 1914

! SHM Bifle Club There has been no practice at the rifle ranges since the war broke out, as it was considered advisable to conserve the cart ridges. A mee.ting.of the Lance-; field Rifle Club was ,held at the ' Mechanics3 Institute on Wednes day evening, the captain \Mr J. MeElhinney) presiding, in strik ing contrast to the enthusiasm that has been displayed elsewhere there was an attendance of only five. It ts only fair to members 1 to say Chat probably very few of them knew anything about the meeting being held, as the secre . tary only became acquainted with ? the fact by diligent inquiry, i Those who turned up were Cap tain MeElhinney, and Messrs Waterland, Perrv, Hunt, and Golding. It was decided to hold a smoke night on Tuesday, 25th inst., a t which Mr Prasser"* trophy and the spoons won will be pre sented. (The Rifle Club was about to be disbanded when we happened along, and turned out to practice about three strong. There are now 33 members who have fired their musketry cou...

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