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

CommonwealtbJ^lfcmfe of Hustralfa HEAD OPFVCC ftYbNCY - .j Ttal« ftanfc !. open for *11 claim of GENERAL. BANKING BUSINESS 1 EQUITABLE BUIUDINQ, COLLINS STREET, MELBOUItNK Also fit ftyilrie/, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, Hobart, nrtsbane, ftockhamptot, Tovovrin*. ui LM4«h Cable remittances muU'io, aVd ilrafte drawn on foreign plaow dlreot. Toivlfn bill* m4 coM«ctr>l, Letter* of credit liwed to hey p®H of tht worid. Bilk aafOtUtod Of forwarded far collection. IHnkintf and Kxaht.ipa Bn»in«M of erery description tr%eaao<*4 irtthl* lk« Own T**alth, United Kingdom and abroad. Current aeoounte opened. Iftterwl ptli M fixed Advanoet made aealtttt appro*td eecaritiet. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Vlotorlun Oantral Offo«i 117 OOLUNS «TR«KT» MIlMUKHfc > Vrtocfree la the shore cltlee and 3,000 Aff*nel«« il Port Ofleee thrcofhotil'tke C<8eN««Mb O«po«lti from 1 h *o £tOO. InterMt at .£ per annum. Oepoelta or Withdrawn!* way to Bad* at any Braoch m A|- ey within the Ooaveawwk...

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

SHIRE COUNCIL, MEETINGS. Lauc<'liclil--JLaflt Friday in month, S o'clock. BoinK-y-Firat Friday iu month, 3 o'clock. Sprnnjilold-Second Friday in m«Hith,S o'clock. Kyuuton-First Saturday in month- 11 o'clock, Pyiiluiig-Third Monday in .month, "fc; o'clock. Nowlwm and Woodend-L*«t Tuesday »»' the month*

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Lancefield Mercury. With supplement. FRIDAY, AUGUST 14, 1914. ELECTRIC LIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 14 August 1914

ITattcefielb Mmam With supplement. FRIDAY, AUGUST 14. 19U. .ELECTRIC UCHXT = THOSE -Whom Vbus'mess -or pleasure takes outio' doors after dark (which really means during the flark) feel keenly the urgent need of some regular system of lighting the town. To -make a very modest suggestion, if the lamp at Mr .Goller's corner were turning on 'Sunday alights it ?would light the way to four! " churches-as good a-.purpose as a ' Jamp could serve. The canvass! taken in Lancefield as to how I -many .business people anid other] ?residents -would 4a"ke -electricj light -swaG ^re-assuring, a-nd the council .asked if Homscy would join in -a .scheme to light "both , towns,-and to save time too'k the first steps in the formalities of! -obtaining an Order-in-Conncil.,, At the -meeting of the Romsey .council on Friday a memo, was . received from the ^Lancefield) .council -of .the conference at1 ,'Lancefieldon July 10'between the 1 . .'councils. Cr Stewart said he had in company with Crs Robb and Wils...

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

.-£t H CRCH SERV^SGS Divine service will be held Rt on Sunday .next asfoilowa: - CHURCH -or ENOLAKD.- 'Lancefield, 31 and 7, Cabasr 2 30.-Kor. J. Francis. . ROMAN CATHOLIC.- Lancefield .9.80, Bomscy 11, Bayntyn'9 "30, { METHODIST CJJUBCH.-Lancsfield 11 anil -And 7.-SiuHent. Monument Creek 21 - Bov. Stonf*. Newhwm 3-Student, Kom . eey 7, KerriftJ*.-Rev. Stone. PRESBVTKRIAI? CHURCH.- Lanoefield >1^ ^TEochford 7.-The Minister. CHURCH OF CHRIST, IUGLAN-BTEIST ?BibJe School iO a in., Communion H »,m. Evangelistic Service 7 p.m

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Strange Timepieces. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 21 August 1914

? Strange Timepieces. To ascertain the time "tght X\\c Apache Indiana -'employed a gourd on . which ' the stars of . the heavens-were marked. A»t.he:Oon filiations rose in the aky, 'the In dian referred<tot Ida * gourd and found joui the hour. , The hill . people of Aasniw reckon ftlmo aiid distanco . by«the number -of quids of boUbntiU chewed. It ?will bo remembered how, accord ing to Washington Irving. tho iDutfth i Colonial vAssembly was i» 'Vftrlftbly 'dismissed at the last pult *of th« third pipe of.tobacco of Go ?Vttnor Woutcr "Van ""TwtUer, who .wupiod tho chair. A Moutagni* Indian *6f Canada **iU set up a tall stick in the .MOW -<when travelling ahcrtd of '"Winds who are-to'follow. Ho mark?' *ith his-foot the Mtt© of shadow -tart, tuid by .tho change*, of the *»gle of tho shadow tho "on-coming! I'wty can tell, on. arriving .tvt'tW .abont ?«bow Mar hhead thi ? Under ' is, It is nowj.ftvo -'yeans .s»nco"womo» J .*efe elected to the I'urlluo. ; I Htiltirtd...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Constantinople. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 21 August 1914

Constantinople. Thcr* in no capital..In; .the . world .tri perhaps, no city,-that can he 'approached *ao magnificently as ! Constantinople. '"The railway -exists, *c( .cour.se, and can deposit you, 'myji ft "Telegraph" .correspondent, In the-raw. cold of a-misty morning , flpon the clammy quays . of, thtr ter minus as miserably as anywhero; ;T)Ut 'the way to approach Constan* J-tinojile la hy sea, and a traveller *ho has not cuoved in,,round the ttrnglio,, on a late evening, has ,missed one of 7tbe sights..of . the , world. lly ..» chance, says the .eorrespon , dent, It, is almost necessary ;,to iiinik© your entrance ; into- the 'Qbl . <Jen Horn at. or.t about this magic {hour. No ship ' is permitted to pass ethrough the Dardanelles , except by 4ny, and as .it ; takies some twelve hours' .steaming to reach the Bo*» iphonis-in.-one of th© under-powered ,liu« that -serve this-route, the pro jliftliilily is that the visitor will make j Ms first acquaintance vwlth. (Jon ,etii...

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A Scotch Fisherman's Escapade. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 21 August 1914

i /A Scotch Fisherman s [Escapade. ''A prominent; object 'to 'th« V*r. mouih vlsiSfc jis1 tho ' nnvnl column f,t(UI,ling om the .South (Denes, - which ,«u croctMi -twarly .-century .ago j" m«rKory o/iUw ,g«ilant: hero ,«f ,TraMgBr, .. , /It .'consists .-of » fluted -'cAJumn: 'itlioiit »*180/t. high, ascended from the Jiwfdo ! hy a (light of 370 stapji; . ,lh« toj» "6<.' the cnonuinqnt itself be«l jlng crownrtl with riu./iguro ofUri rtiinnifl, . vwhoso outiinos loom up (^ninst tho fikyUine ;Jor. many mllM* f tr/iunfl -V-j" .'fhi* N'rlson jiillnr .mnny yenrsi afipo '.h"! .sceno of 'on <\Y»rpmo),v-VopJ-' j<h vficnpadtf on the jmrt ol one- of tho Scotfth /.fishermen who fit this fciis»n« Af the yc«r visit the fnmoua rMoftter"* tnwn >.in< Jnrtfo numbers. .Jtforo .clnrinjr* than hi.v feflowH, this ^on gf-'Scotia, on ' Sovoinl/cr 21,, jHT.'t, having ascended the figure of Hrit-nnnij* .iftrtd clnapdd ; his arms Around her,neck. -Not-content wit...

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Municipal Elections: [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 21 August 1914

Municipal Elections: .. Tho Hotna6y.''Eiaminttr" writes: ^'T.he relircinjf membdra in tho Bum* sey, Kiddell's/^Creik' and Bocbfnrd. ridings of Boinaej Jshire-.Crs. Wil«. sua, fiiohardson, aud A. Viuriiconibo .-have been ro-oleuted without op position. Id Uooegeetta riding the seat formerly occupied by Mr P. Bradey (who did not seek a renewal of ofiioe) is being conteated by Messr*. Ii. >1, In^liu and T. Viunicombe. It ia eipectod that nearly all the votie on tho roll will be acaountod for, oa the supporters of both candidates are' working actively. The poll will be conduoted by Councillor Stewart, tho returning officer, pt the Shire Hull on Thursday next, commending at 8 a.m. and closing at 4 p.m. Crg Jatma Lbwdeu and B. J. Clement have been re-elected for the Itonh and Central ridinga respeotiVuls-' l>( Springfield Shire. Muuh to the.disappointment of his friends RtidMhe ratepayer generally, Mr A. M, MaoQreger would not consent to be re-uominattd for the Riding (owiiiff.it is...

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Electric Light. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 21 August 1914

. . Electric" Ligfct. .Members "ijfet.be Loncefield snd .Romany Shire ^ojrgcila conferred Iwt .'Monday «fteriiob(n"'on the praotibilii; ? nf f)ie two to^ny.boing in for a joint Miherae of .eliecVricTli^litj tboas pre«enV beinjc Cr« Wflflbri o.bniMn*n, £uok, tRohbj .-Siewm* (Romaey)., Hurluy, iinmphill, $yaddell and Johuatna (Lunuofield. The ^chUhr, of the meeting %wAB-**t:baV,'a joiut scheme would not vWopS^ii-h any juuikuip uV 'Bueceys. ME- -Grow Icy., io writing, estimated .th^.iAwJfiof power .houmt ut £Ii50:; uptfftftiti£. i1ip plant for Srivt yvw won'Jd rii^ mto £8U0;; ©xpeeUni luvettae, £530;.?..Or 'Wilnoit, whoftnid b* had goneujiu'efully into the mutter, found Abut thoyrcould not .expect to hike cun,e tthan £3Q3 » year fi-oru 'cunaufuer**, this ,sliu winy a:lo*B.on Mr Cruwlov'p 6# urea of .£8.7 per annum. Tbia £87 per ftunom could be $uj down .by ,Uhe .efthrimted \wasreii of a niuu to r.QU the plant from .£182 (Mr Crow ley V eutiamte) to £ i'00». * <TJmi ntm-t lwnt...

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LANCEEIELD RAILWAY. MELBOURNE TO LANCRFIELD [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 21 August 1914

LANCEEIELD RA1LWA1. MELBOURNE TO LANCKFIV.LU A.M. Melbourne ..? ... ...dep. .6.40 lancoficld Junction arr. 8.14 fiep.-8.55 Bolinda ... ... ... § . § Mon'egetta ." ... § ?. § North Monegetla - ... . § . | Romaey ... ... 10.10 [janc-field . ... arr. 10.25 .V'.. ' " P..M, Melbourne ... :dep- 5 42 Lnncefifld Junction arr 7.10 tlep 7.18 Romn»y... ... ... , : ... 82 laHncefield . ... »».: arT 8-15 On SrtfcurHnyp.i thin train lenvea Melbourne* nt 6.30'and reaoht's Lapce* field at 93 p.m. . %. . IiANCKHRMTTO If RriB00lff?8. .? \ / *" V A.M. Lancefield ... ., dep. 7.40 Romacy ... "... ... ...7.55 Lancefield Junction nrr 8.24, dcp 8.41 I Melbourne... ... ... . ...9.45; Lancefield ?... ... ... dep. 5.0 - Komsev . ^ - 5.25 Lanccfu'ld Junction arr. 6.11 Melbourne ...arr. 7.27 Distance from .Lnnuuficlri to Molbnumc, 45} inline " . Hotglit of LnnecfieM nbovo the sea love!,. 1501 fei-t. v LakckkikM) HAriAVAY. Fnrra.-to Melbimrnu-{ordin ary fan p)-Ut : cIiwui:vflinKl«" 7*, retnnr . 1 tf«2ml: smule S...

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Commonwealth Elections. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 21 August 1914

Commonwealth flections.." The Victorian Provincial PiesB .write: - "The public interest taken in the pi;eaent 'European War may over shudow the general elections which ni:e to be fluid mi ..Sxtiunlay, 5t.h >Si>p-: tember, to tho extent that ninny elcoti'iH .may uvoiliink eiertimi dn.y . liKufjetliei' unless >ome mensures HJO ;adopted by the iFrcsii to ci.enru the .suhjeet being kapt constantly and ''prominently before tho uluctnrB. .As it in .recognised an every hiwid J.tin t at thmjuncture ,in the affairs,of the. Commonwealth no t-ftmt, should be .spared tu nee 111 t) the registration nf every possible vote, we beg to ivqnesi . that from i.eoeipt ;of thin circular ; letter you_publish a special u^peol in. yow no.&a' column and keep it there .rii/ht. uplo election .day asking that-, ill electors-tnetjjiiid woineu;&liko even at the cop£. of > personal int:fyi-: lenience, do I,heir duty tie .citizens and register their votes without fail, on Saturday. ,r)(h...

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THE DISTRICT COURTS (1911). [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 21 August 1914

THE DISTRICT COURTS ' (191i).* The Police Magistrate (Mr; A, Barlow) attends thu following courts on the daya apecified. , PETTY SESSIONS, Castlemnine-Every K*rjdayt at 10 a.m except fourth Friday in month. fCyneton-Every Tuesday, at 10 a.m,, except third Taewloy in month. Da) lesford-Every Wednesday, at 10 a.m. except third Wednesday in the month. 'Idnldon-First and third Mondays in the month, at II 30 a.m, . Trentham-First and third Thursdays in month, at 10.30 a.m. Wtoder.d-Second and fourth'Mondays in month at 3 p.m. Chewton-Fiist Friday in month at 3 p.m. Taradale-First Tuesday in month at 3 p.m. Fryerstowu--Second Saturday in month at 10 a.m, Malmsbury-Second Tuesday in month at. Sunbnry-Fourth Friday in* month at 2 p.m.' Blackwood-^Second Thursday in month at 10 a.m. Giahornc-Fourth Thursday in month at 10 a.m. Glenlyon-First Wednesday in month at 2.30 f>. m. l^anceHeld-third Wednesday in month t.b 11 a.m. Komaey-'Third Wednesday in month at 2.30 p.m. LICENSING COURT. Cant...

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THE ROMANCE OF RUBBER. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 21 August 1914

THE ROMANCE OF RUBBER. 4 'Since the famous bftqm of a coupl* of year* ago, when everybody vro.t putting bU surplus ?c«0h .on th? product of the hevoa tree, buying, and Selling shares Jn wonderful .pififififlong somewhere Jn the Tro ,pi?s, rubber has boen forgotten by tb$ general public. fiut it will Again monopolise pub* tt(i interest one of thero days, when the fight that \u silently progress lug bet.ween the wild rubber of the Ama7/on and the cultivated rubber of the Eastern Tropics comes to «n issue. few people, who merely look -on rubber as at once a. useful every day article And a t&ood investment, .vor realise thai it is one of the newest as well as the oldest of for est products. Fifteenth ceutury Spaniards used to make unronuiu tic-looking hidalgos of themselves in waterproof garments made from rubber sup in Old Mexico. Yet It is only about a dozen years ago that the seedlings surreptitiously brought from Ilruzil, coaxed into growing under glass at Kew Gar dens, ^nd ...

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LAW RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 21 August 1914

LAW RELATING NEWSPAPERS. 1, Subscribers who do not gird press nntic the contrary are considered as wishing to Cohtinok their subscrip* tioD 2. - If subscribers order the discont inuance of tlioir periodicals, the publisher may continue to send them until Akheaks aro paid. 5. If subscribers* refuse or nogloct to takft periodicals from the offiro to which tlioy are directed, they are Kksfo » iii.b until they have settled their bills, and ordered the the periodicals to be dis continued. 4. If subscribers remove to other places without informing the publishers, and the papers are sent to their former direction, the subscribers aro responsible, in" 5* Tfte> cduH^ih&ye- vdecided thil' '^refusing to take periodicals from the office or lemoving or leaving them un« called for is prima facia evidence of in* tentional FUAUD. 6. If ft«i>scriberfl pay in advance for t periodical, they are bound to give NOTICE to the publisher, at the end of the time, that they do not wish to ron* l...

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THE DISAPPEARING WHALE. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 21 August 1914

THE DISAPPEARING WHALE. Thp practical extinction .of tho Basque and Greenland whale fish- 1 erics has abundantly proved, eay® the thirteenth - annual report on fisheries issued .by the Boartf of Agriculture and Fisheries, the dan ger of the total exaction ,the whale through ''over-fishintflit must be renieml>cred. too, that this result was brought about by maens of the open boat and hand-Jiarpoq* methods, whjch are now obsolete,. ^The Greenland whttlc jpns ft coot .parativcly sluggish end timid anl innl, whose capture by the method referred to presented little ditliculty whereas the rorqual# and Arthur .ies wtjre no.t .{inly «too swift, but ! oo d«n^«'roiifi, to be attacked hi tho ame iminncr as .the "rHht".wh»»le. ' With the introduction, ,Uowcv«*r, .of Jhc harpoon with explosive sht*H( ' <!isi;harged from a cannon mounted .in the bows of a atoamcr, -the -iitions were entirely changed, and. the,'formerly, immune7r<\u» a-t-i1 . tuck <rO»*ld now be...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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POSTAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 21 August 1914

- POSTAL information. .Mails are despatched from the Post Offic«t T»ATIC«-field, AH follow*:-Daily .llimmi'V ft'"I MeHmurn»' (Sundays i'X*eptrd) mail cloju-a nt 7 ft.m. nnd at 4 30 p.m. For Emu flat, fin Tuexdaya ami PruUvfl. do es at 11.50. Hochford. N«-wbnm, nnd ; \\oudund. daily. .at 2 15 p ni; rKdmnro -on.' Monday Wcdm-sdny and Fridny. ftr.il {or SprunjlW >n »mme'da\8. . clours 2.;t0 p in The. Lanutsficld Po8t.Offlce iR closed daily *t. 6 p.oi. > <»u Mittirdny ni^hta the office op«n* for delivery of-Ifitorant O.aO p.m.j on ofhir mgh(6Al 8.30.

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THE KING OF THE BORNEO JUNGLE, [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 21 August 1914

THE KING OF THE BORNEO JUNGLE, Of All tho Rnlwulo which'inhabit the dense Borneo jungle, the »p« <m>wn «h tho <»raiig-outi\ng is %iw»ily king. H la ft. must intort ruling sight to watch an orang-ou» ;}*'W fttwk® its Tf&y through thp jungle, It walks plowly aloug U19 larger branchm |a t vtooping utUr tude, caused by the length of its arms and the ahorthess of its legs, It chooBcs those branches which in tetjninglp tyUb tkcs« of ft ijeigh houriug tree, on Approaching whjety it stretches out lt« |o)ig arms, and, grasping tho boughs opposite, newts first to shnko as if to tost their strength, and then deliberately' to swing itself across to tho next nrnnch, which it walks nlou£ as b$? fore. It does not Jump or spring np rpou keys usually do* and never ap {.oaiH to hurry itself, unless in dag ger, Yet, i« spite of its appar ently slow movements, it gets al9n^ far quicker than A man running through tho forest beneath. The tradition of tho Dyaks, tho pl rat...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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SHIRE INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 21 August 1914

. SHIRE INFORMATION. Lnnrefielcl nhfre-Area, 38 mitttf . Population of shire, 120*. Number i-t dwelling, 262. Komsey ihirc,-Area, 85 *q. miles. Popa* * 'htiuti of ptiirc 1900. Number of dwelling** 420. Springfield *biro.-'Area, 111 tq milt'. Popnlntion, of shire, 706. .'tfumoer of «hvpllinu8, 114. Pyal»ng sliire-.Are»r 210 »q. mile*. Population nf «lifrc, 1200. dumber (iwtllingft, 380. Newtum-Wooilend *hlro.-^re*f 100 <j, milin. Populoton, 2400, Number of dwellings

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SPECIAL SALE AT KILMORE. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 21 August 1914

SPECIAL SUE AT KJLMORE. Pearson, Howe, Smith ami C<». repi rt having conducted a special an e at Klra«»re. in coqjunction wjth Mesaitr Osb'irji'<£tr-r ?Hudson ou Thursday, 13 h inst. There wis a fair attendance ijicl-idiug buyers from Gippsland and King Ia'aiid. Two-thirda of the sheep and oearly ii'l the cattle u-ere trucked faun the north for ml* in eonse-, quence of the d ry Mr&son. The fact of the 1 month hating been v**rv dry in'the^Cilmoro district told agaiu6t the local demand, but nearly all ewes with lambs fou.od buyora at j fair prices under the oircuniHtaucus tiiouuli . lower ia many cases than oaid for the sam* ..ewys rb^fvre lambing. Kor xbrud wetheis nod weanera iu email lot* there was good competition but uo large buyers For cattle the demand wm only moderate, Of the total yarding 370 sheep and 147 cattle^ were sold. The principal rales.included 890 «wea:jus> .4 yrujd, with IttO perc*at,<laixib ,. ^ood strong ewes in Mronp c...

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LOCAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 21 August 1914

LOCAL INFORMATION. ufttxcfieM Shire Council,-Meetinjr* heM on U«t Friday - in every wnnth. (Joan cilloffl s Mfiura J. WjmMpM. .\i Foy, A. Johnston, W, .M'lofc.iuh, J. M'Klhiii n^J.HitrKiv. U, F. BlackMt, K Homjihi1!, and l». Graham. Acting SecfR^nrv. Mr l\ J. McMr.hrm. Health officer, l)r Piniris Dairy inf<puf>t«>r, Mr MoK-jnzte. Pound koei-W, Mr J Wftbcrliinri.' Inspector of nina-i.r.CHB, Mr W. K lwanlR Laootiold " \Vrtt«rwo«k.< Trust.-Coir miijfcirtwera meet last Fii 'ay in «v«»-y month AniiirpSeorMtiiry Mr P. J. McMxhon. (<ntHu4ta}d,- Horttoiilrtn*l Tho committee hnU thfir meeting* <>n the Monday on-or b«f>re the full muon, 8«o., j Mr J. Water* <i. , j I<ancefle1d Mechanica* ri.8Hnito.~Thp l committee second 'Frulnv tn each mouth Hon secretary, Mi .1. Dorrirk ; Librarian, Mr John W.itfrlund. l*n;chcM Uiflo Club.-C-uit-iin, Mi *M M'Klhimicy. ; secretary, Mr H. 0 -Min... t;atioctteM Brasa £i*n<...

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