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THE DISTRICT COURTS (1911). [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 28 August 1914

" THE DISTRICT COURTS The Police Magistrate (Mr A, Barlow) attends tlio followmg.courts on the days specified, PETTY SESSIONS, " ?Cnstlomaine-Every Friday, at" 10 a.m .exeept'fourth Friday iu month. ? . Kynoton~Every " Tuesday, at 10 a.m. except.third Tuesday in month. \ .* Daylesforri-Every Wednuaday, atlOa.m. cxce|jt>-th:rdtWcdues(1ay in tho monthr ' Maldon-First and Jthird Moudaysin tho month, at""IU.30 n»tn, * ' ' . Trenthaui-I' irst and third Thursdays in iDionth, at 10.30 n.m. 'Wcodcjnd--Sccond and fourth Mondays in ?month, at ft^p.m; ..-Cncwton-Fust Friday m mouth at 3 p .m. .Taradalo-1 irst Tuesday. m; month -at 8 Pm N 2- ^ . J? rvorstown-Second Saturday jn month ? at 10 a.m, . Malum bury-Second iuesday m month at' 2.45 p. m; ' Suubury-Fourth 'Friday Id mouth at 2 p.m. umcjKWOod-Sucuud Tuuraduj' itl muuth at 10 a.m. ;Gisborue-r-Fourth Thursday in month at 10a.m. ' Gltmlyon-First Wednesday in mouth at ,2.30 p.m. - Lauceiieid--IThird Wednesday iu mouth tX 11 a.m. Romsoy-Thi...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Lancefieid War Fund. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 28 August 1914

Lancefieid War Fund. The meeting held last-Monday - evening, at the Institute, to in augurate..» local collection to-, wards war relief was void of-ex- ? citement, which was' befitting', ' considering the nncertainrxU'risi seriousness of.', the." -pbsitiotu ' Nevertheless, Lancefield is proud' ' that she will be represented by four of her noblest sons. * Messrs J. Bristow, J. Washbourne, R. IRLobinson and C. A. H. Hunt are now iu' the training camp at Broadmeadows. Cr Harley (presi dent of the shire) presided and. explained that in .other centres I similar steps were taken. It was very advisable .that whatever 1 could be done should be done, more so when no-one .knew whui was hanging over our heads nor how long the war would last. They were proud, that Lanceiicld had representatives going itelhe front, and should see what they could do to help-them. Mr A. J.' O'Cailaghan -was a-ppoirited sec-' retary and'Mr C. F. E. Davis treasurer. The secretary read an ?explanation of the various-...

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 — 28 August 1914

LAW RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS. '1. Subscribers who1 do not give'ex* .press notic '.J tho contrary are considered as w«shtm$ to Contjnuk their subscript tion. ? . i 2. If subscribers order tho discont inuance of__ thoir periodicals, tho . publisher rimy continue to send them until AUUHAKS are paid. : J3- If subscribers refuse or rtegloot to take periodicals from the officc to which they are directed, they arc Rkm»o builb .until . thoy liavo sett lad thoir bills, and ordered tho tho periodicals to bo dis* .continued. A. 'If subscribers remove to othor places without informing tho publishers, -ami.the pupurs..oro sonfc, to. their., former^ direction, tho subscribers'aro responsible. 5, Tho courts have dccidod thai ''refusing to take periodical from fch« office or removing or leaving them un called "for is prima facia ovitlcuce of ia» tontronal FKAUD. '6. If subscribers pay in advanco for a periodical, .they are bound to givo NOTICE to tho publisher, at tho end oi Iho time, that they do no...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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The Carnival. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 28 August 1914

The Oarmival. Encouraged "by fhe-swcccss of ?the previous enrnival, the mnnage ment of the Lancefield Skating Rirfk are holding another to morrow (Saturday) -evening. A ?good programme is advertised by poster, and the competition prom ises to be very keen. MNMtKD OOMI'OUNU The Stockpnrt Rcmwty Inr Cowiha Mid tjuliU, 01 40

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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POSTAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 28 August 1914

.POSTAL IXFOiniATION. ; : .. Mails r.i\>.r'despatched tfrom tho Post .Office,- LaitCbjield, as- follows Daily Rnmsey ftuil Melbourne (SunflftV8 cx?epted) ..Tr-mjiirclospa^htT-aVtii^rind ftt;4.30 piin< . For Linu Mat, on 1 uosdnys and tVi'layo, cloecu . nt* 11.50.. 'R«chfoul, -Newhnm,'»nd .Woodond. dnily, ^losca- ab, -2.15 p in . Kilmoro . on Monday Wodmisdny Arid' .Friday,-and for Sprniyfiojd. ?n eainc days-5 cIOBCS 2..J0 p.ui -v - -. , I bo Limculielil Post Office is-closod dnily i at G p.rai . / . ,.Ou.Saturday nighta tho o'ffiefi open8:for. dohvery of luttera at O.tJO p.m. ; on.oilier mght&al S.iJO.'

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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The Train Service. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 28 August 1914

Tbe Train Berries. A forcible worded petition is being signed asking Mr Argyle,; M. L. A. to impress upon the Railways Commissioners- the' necessity of a better train service1 .to Lancefield and the great ad-1 vantage i,t would be to permit of I tourists visiting onr beauty sports: by therunning of a Sunday train. ' Romsey is co-operating in the ef fort. UN8BKB TJOMTOUNII Tm.le Mafic on Kay't Compound K«»<mco tMnaerd ft.r CoQghn and Ooldn.

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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SHIRE INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 28 August 1914

? SH1H/E 2 N FOiiM A TIC7* Lanccficlrl- ohlro*- Aron, 88 sq. Miiles Population.. of,: 0liirel*12O2,'*-Numour--of.' dwellings; 262..\ . ' - . j. JtoniHf.'Vslnro.'-Area. 8o'sq; miles... Popu luilon of-rfure 1900, Kmnhcr of (IwolHnye,: m .SpnngfiultU sluro.-Areaf*Ilt aq" mllos,'. P<ipul»tian of . slurc; ;76t>,... Nuraoer . of jlwellings, 111. , Pynl»uig /Rlnrcf-Aroa,- ? .220 sq: miloa. .. Populiitiou^of shire,- 1200. . iutcuber .. dwellings, "3b0 . Nowhanf-Wooiluml shlro,--Acca, ^ 100 . q. nulus;A /ropululon,,. 2400;.-- Numljoc' of, iwelhngfi ~

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Angling. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 28 August 1914

A%Kng. The annual meeting of the Lai-ice field Anglers' and Sportsmen's Club was held at the Mechanics' Hall on Wednesday evening last, theie be ing presents-Messrs J. McElhinney (hon. sec ), W. Edwards, S. T. Der rick, Pearce, Hobbs, Gould, Barbour Mid H. Bowe, The balance sheet presented by the hon. sec., showed the club to be in a sound financial po sition. A sum of i os 6d was voted to the Piscatorial Association. : . The election of.. office-foearcrs resulted as follows;-President, Mr W. Edwards j vice-president; Mr Gould; auditor, Mr S. T. Derrick; angling commit tee, Messrs Minogue, Hobbs, and Derrick; the general committee to consist of alt members; lion, secre tary, Mr McElhinney (re-elected). Trophies were promised by Messrs McPherson, Derrick, Currie, and McElhinney, also by Mr Gould who generously donated one guinea for the heaviest fish caught during the season with artificial bait. If we have any reasonable rainfall during the next few days there is every prospect of a...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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LOCAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 28 August 1914

LOCiYIi INFOIUkLVEIOH. I 'Mitro -Moi't-ir.:** h.-M I :on.1v.r. F,hNV' in fV.sVy u.nnih. ^C .!ntt ' 'pillor*; ' w , u 'fcVv, A.-JoWiu»v;v \l;ji,L M'i.ll.hi jiiirtjvJ/l-JffrJoy, K.'K. BlacHett.'U HumphiJ], , ftitU K. 5Oraham. Acting SecroMry. Mr ?&, J, McMahon. .. Health officer, Dr Finnis , .:£jairy inspector, Mr McKonxio. Pound / ;kVe|»er, Mr J. Walerlaud, Inspector of ^utsar.twfl.'Mr AV; rc.hvftr<\a. ] -fv.I:ui)cnlield Waterworks Truftt.-Com* I rni«*ioiior« in<iet laHt'Fii.hiy it»'evevy month. ! -'Aclir4^Seor**t»ry Mr McMahon. | " Lnncufteld Horticultural Society.- | :The committeo hold thfir moetioga on tho I 'AlCmday on or-before the.:full moon, -Sue., ! Wflter4iMl. ! , Xancoflild Mechanics' tlwatunte. - . Th>' . .committee tneor. .second iFndav tin . h, 'I'm. necroMry, --Mi iJJWivd;'; LaiioPtield Httlo -.eiuJb.-Captain, 'Mr M. MMilhinnoy. ; secretary,-MrlFJ. Gdldhiii. 'I-.uuceliu*M Itrnha fianil,-'I'mctioo :hold wofikly. . UandxnikHtiT, Mr A. >...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 28 August 1914

low'loti & Lancashir sFir.e insurance Go. iirkin«« «f 't'KKSONAL AGCJJDBN'I JglGKN.B8S FOUCIESUIb.uchI. DanotdeW completing with tl>.> »l.o" Policy Ktjb Insurance. [nmmwe A(j(dn$t i PjhoiiiJ -Acoldont' btmlncaai b»»- antler-: «n> temnrUttt'Ja chnngo. ««n<w ..lie' ,j® | /IWye,r,. SPrcmiuma? hawbeen, rirlactJ. ben'lit" ii.crcaee.l, ami now' ^noluiling Ineunnce against 'lllntiift «m! Di.o«iioii,. mdi;*to .o- gr»ut ?dvRDCfl on anything contemplated in; ' tho etrlj y«"» n< lll"ines8- | lion! »ge?t-H. Goliiog, " Mercury . (LONDON DIRECT 0.BY-' I (Poblf»fiCfi Annually) |ic»blf» trader# throughout.'th* 'World f.a comtnooicAta dircct with English "V f [.MANUFACTtJRBltS AND DEALEft&y a uib class of good a. Besides being ft copi |oltte««nraexciRl/Ruido-to London and its. Iwbaibs, the directory oont&ins.lists of EXPORT MERCHANTS ' j Litjtb tb# Goods' they /ihip, and tho Coloni |tsd Foreign Markets they supply ; STEAMSHIP LINES- - ? {irrtfig...

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CLOSE SEASON FOR GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 28 August 1914

CLOSE SEASON JfOR GA1IU.J« v Tho- :WhoIo^ {Yenr.--Lfluglun<r«ij jai'IiflWf-' *ouiu, kilDgnroo *( grey and red), lyre-birds, nativo .. 1 'bears* - . -.owls, r- -.fmnllows, 'QiopohtiS, platypus, etc. Ifroui 14th day oE Juno to the S0th«day of December in e«cb year.-BlacU'Ewnn, wild sgeeso-o.-nll kinds. v .. 'From'Iiit.'day ofAuqnsfc- in each y ear to tho* last clay of February tollovmig;-Quail, bronze-winged or other wild pigeous. FISH. i, Trora'-lsfc -tlay ofSeptenibei* tothe,15fch .day of December in-oach ycaivr-Hluek fish. . .'Froiwlst day of May- to th5»!31«fc day ' Au«ti6t in eacb'-year.-Eugiishltroiifc.. .,. FroaT 1st 'July to '.lotb/Ootob'l'r iu each . yoar.-Murray cod, perch,.audbreuw, Woodman, foil tbatitroo . But. do uot attempt to do so until'you hav proeurod* a Good Ase from -A, AVilliarus, DunBford streofc, LfJicetield, By BO doing, you will considerably i^h on^onr 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 — 28 August 1914

POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS :£whero the term "Tho Common- . wealth'' is used in connection with theso ; rates and regulations it includes Papua, Lord Howe Ltl&nil. and Norfolk Island.] utfmsKS. .For-every, i ounce or fraction thereof. For delivery within tho Oommon weaJth Q ;1 For delivery in *he Britiah Em pire... *. 0 1 For delivery-imthe New Hebrides, . Ba-uks, . and Torres Islands ..0 2 vor,deii/ery in other places ... . \0 2J. * LEITEIt CARDS. - ?'or delivery within the Commonwealth: - Single, :ld. each; reply, Id.,each lialf. i'or delivery an ,th4-ttriimh.'l£mpire (see list of.places Under' "Lettersv)-i-Siu gle. Id. each. " : For-aelivwry in New Hebrides. Banks, ?anU 'rocies Islauds-Siugle,<2d. eaohr For delivery a -othcr .phuioB-r- .Siwde,: ' 2id..tiach. - : -t : ! POST CAJIOS.; 'Single .Poatcardi impressed "witH _tKf ld. stamp,' aini Iteply or'double-ciirds, each half iOf which 'has the* Id. stamp itnpreaeeditliereoiij may-be trauamittf.i. to places withi...

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Commonwealth Elections. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 28 August 1914

Commonwealth Elections. The Victorian Provincial PiMt-wrtU» -1,The publiu inforest taken to the pwent European War may ov«r shadow the general elections which are to be hell on Saturday, 5th Sep tember, to the extent that many elent»r« may nrorlook cleotion day altogether unless somo measures are adopted by the Froaa to otisare the subjeot being kept constantly and prominently tafore the electors. As it is recognised on ©very hand that at this junotnro in tho affairs of the Commonwealth no. effort should bo spared to secure the registrntion of every possible votes wts bo? to request that from roceipt of this -circular letter you publish a special appeal in yonr news oolnmn and Voop it there right op to election day asking thai alt electors-men and women *like even at the cost of personal inonn venience, do thoir duty. ue oitiiens and rugiater their votes without fail on Saturday, 5th September, We fgnggsst that yoa set oat distinctly for public information, tho-names' of tho >n*^...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Coursirg. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 28 August 1914

Coursitg. The last-meeting for, the season of the LanceScld Coarsirg Club is to be held on Thursday, September 10. Tfce members met at the ?I.nnct:field .Club Hotel on Monday -evening to make arrangements; the president (Mr M, Maher) presiding. 0» the motion of Mr T. Griffin, seconded by Mr C. F. E. Davis, a hearty volt of thanks wai passed , ?to Mr H. P. Walker for his offer of a three-guinea trophy. The secretary (Mr P. Minogue) said either Mr Walker or Mr Mslntosfe 'would provide a horse for.,the judge. The chairman and others expressed great appreciation of Mr Mcintosh's kind ness in lending a.hone all through the I season. It was decided the meeting be the Au Revoir Stakes, for an un limited number of dofs'at£i .is, with Mr Walker's trophy added. Entries close on Tuesday, September 8; and to avoid clashing with tie annual ball of the H.A C.B.S. the draw will take place at i p.m. on Wednesday 9th, at the Commercial Hotel, ifter which a drive will be undertaken) to bring the hare...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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H. A. C. B. [?]. Ball. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 28 August 1914

E. A. C. B. S. Ball. To local devotes of the Terp ?sich'orean art the annual ball of the Hibernian Australian-Catho lic Benefit Society is the event of ..the year. It is to be held on Wednesday, September 9th, in Jthe Laucefield Mechanics' In stitute. This year the music will be provided .by Alletti's string band, which baa long /enjoyed a great reputation araotrg dancers and lovers of music generally. The honorary secretaries are Messrs W. G. Perry and J. Madi «an. .For Children 0 Hacking Coogh at Night, 'TVood«'Gua* "fepufirtaint Cure, la 6d A petition will be presented to the Lancefield Shire Council to-day asking that the Postal De portment be urged to instal an effective telephone service be-' tween Lancefield and Melbourne, as the line in use at present is almost useless. Woodx1 Grp«t Peppermint Curt tW CoQgb»-aud Coldi, never f»ili la <M Cr Brady, who is retiring, has' issued invitations to a presiden tial dinner at Romsey next Thurs day. The 100 mile cycle road ra...

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WORLD EMPIRE[?] (The Kaiser's Dream). [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 28 August 1914

WOULD EM PI RE 4 I (.{Tts'-Kauer'n l>re&m), I The 3re*ni that Attainder woptto re»li«e - The dreams th»t c*mo when Cxnue cloted their ejov; The dream th«t out Napoleon -dro«mt in Th»t resileaa dre*ra ttlra thii "poor Earth' -.gain! They.dre&mt that at their might the world . i-muatflunkr, Ofvtbrone* and kingdoms thejr woald .play* ' things make, But now oome furtb the caifoni, in-review, ! fo e»y the Kaieer's dretm #hail not oome true I Britons,^ rf^wilUtill their right* maintain Not moved bj hatred, end Dot Meting vain UegardlefB .till of enjor, race, or creed, tiritetD will help to seo (he cations freed.

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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The Labor Candidates. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 28 August 1914

The Labor Candidates. Last Friday evening Or Harlty presided and introduced *he Labor candidate for the Bchuca seat, Mr J. O. Gonrlay. of Shppparton, who wan supported by- Mr Blakey, an ex Senator wbo flecks re-election, Mr Gourlay «iid it wAa only fair to tfeeno to erptain that he wan there because*he oandtdate Brat selected was medically admed hi* health would not stand the campaign, thoauh he would have been willing to take it on, but the party would not allow bim to injure hia health. The bill (he Liberals iotrodocrd which brought about tbe . double dissolution through ita rejection hy the Labor party wan £> aUiliftH preference to nnionifltR, But this was a paltry ifwme, wln'oh would only nffucr. about iOOO I'a ualf, in the Government em ply. It waN only a sharr*, o jteoiir* a t ouble diss; lution, Preference had baan abolished by Mr Kelly, bo tbbre waa no need for it In bo brnnght np at Ml. Hedid not think it vni the in tention of the framets of the Con* stitntinn tbnt a dou...

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THE ELECTIONS. LANCEFIELD MEETINGS. BOTH SIDES HEARD. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 28 August 1914

THE ELECTIONS. LANCEKIELL) MISIiVINGa. BOTH SJDKS HEARD. The «can&i$ale Tor the F«3eml ] emotions to vtait ImncHMd was Mr j W. A, Trenwitb, one of the selected] Liberal sit seeking to recover a ma* | jority in the Si*fmte. The president 3 .»f the ahire 5(Cr Hurley) pi*s\ded i over a fairly large and attentive bo-1 ; dienne. Mr Trenwilh briefly men ! ttrmed with regiet the little frio*ion ' «rer the selections, which -came when ..they needed to be all working to-. | getter* As ta the wan, wo wcra in I I it, *» often before, asdefenders of the: j weak and helples*, Britain was ntill j I he-champion of fair play *md free-' J dora for the whole of the world. No i thing con Id be moro pleasing than j the language in which the declaration 1 had been marie? it. was pregnant with j force bat. at the name t-trae modest and i unboastful. Our destiaiefl wero in] capable hands, ^be election* raised | the -question who should have control | of Australia's destinies f«»r the ne*t j three ...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 28 August 1914

SFS3UL NOTICE. Jfoota&ios'. September 12, 19U. Tint App»*rtacs of th$ Ftmout Sangtfreii, HADAN LENA CONLX ARTISTS AND COMPANY-Mi3i Oliw?paTT0<w (piamit), tfSr Walter Barker (A.R.A.M, harpist, Mr Walter Jennings (tenor), MrPercival Wdl tnot (busioi, Mr Will Elder (WnorUt and aooiety entertainer), The Coaly Trio. .A Magnificent Combination. jfOTR-Lew prices, 3a and 2s. Box.plan At Nice's. !Re«rve yonr Seats. Ne Extra 'Ghsrge. A'CRA'NCK FOB KVKRTONE. -?-"We are 'Giving Away Prea A'BEAUTIFUL AMt-OVEK LffCti BLOtJ8i£ LKNQTH with ...eh r>t «mp parcels of Fo»nt)(ol lace amwIn«crtion of 'Difiarynt VViflth® ar.d I^OTely D**ifnt, Scntrpo*t tfro« od receipt of ?.N. for 5a lid. And with-cor -C* ll«i>p»ro9li of LaOK and -INSKB \XIUN (»*at;pb«t.fr*«> we*re . .Cmnff A^way ? A PACKET OF BE "rtJTIFUL ASSORTED POST CARDS, Thii offer it only "pen : limited lime. » ..""") ??rty lo «oid Difappqinlment. Wi,. not try on* of our ON K FIKCB 'CTJT-to-MKASUHK" DRF.8S iJSXJTHS, GOOD...

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SHIRE COUNCIL MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 28 August 1914

SHIRE COUNCIL MEETINGS. Lnucdicld-Last- .Fndny. iu mouth, . 2: o'clock.*." ^..viV-tj-;' Itom>»oy-Firat .Eudoj iu month. -.2 o'cKiA. Springfield-Second-Friday m mouth, 2 o'clock. ? 'r. ' ' '? ' ICynutou-I'tr'afc Saturday 'in inontti 11 o'clock, Pyulong -Tlur<V Monday . ip month; 2 o'clock* . . . .7", Nowharn and Woodeud-Last Tuesday in tho;5nontfi, . - -

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