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Peer's Sister in Tiny Cottage. NOBLE SELF-SACRIFICE ON BEHALF OF THE POOR. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 2 January 1914

.-Peer's Sister la Tiny Cottage. 'SfOBLE SELF-SACRIFICE ON BE HALF 'OF THE POOR. In a farm cottage in tho poverty* itrickon Irish village of Ballin ••coona, Cahir Daniel, .Kerry, th« JHon. Allxna Brodrick, a sister cH ..-Lord "Midleton, is (fcays the "Stan -dard") living on 5s. -a -week for thi ceake .of the peoplo. She 'has soW her jewellery and "furniture and become nurse an4 : sanitary inspector to help "them, -.and now appeals for help for the 1-little 'hospital she has built. In a letter -"to the^Lord Mayor of Londoc -she describes the pathetic condition of the village, and -her efforts tc -•copo with an unusually difficult ■situation. "We have built ;it (the hospital) 'here," she writes, "in this poor -^nd rugged district of Kerry, in one jof the spots recommended by *the Viceregal Commission, for the poor •est of our people—and very poor they ore. For their -sokes T?hav« ;trained and become - certificated ;as imedical and surgical nurse, mid-wife, and sanitary inspector, .and...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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THE FATE OF GERMAN AVIATORS. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 2 January 1914

THE FATE OF GERMAN AVIA TORS. How the German military aen> • plane division, which hps hitherto -suffered fess through accidents than ■those of other countries, ira* robbed »of two of its best pilots just .{recently in a terrible accident ;notu :Plauen, in Saxony, is described by itt "Standard"'correspondent :— At lialf-past ten in the morning some peasants saw a smart bi« plane of the Albatross type flying steadily and swiftly at an altitude of • 2,000ft. Suddenly the faint rattle of the motor ceased, the ma ■chine was 'seen to continue its progress for <s few seconds, and •then descend #with increasing rapid ity, describing a corkscrew curvi ♦towards the earth. Wb«*i about 3,000 :feet from the ground it turned . turtle and shot out the passenger, whilst the pilot, who stuck to his post, was hurled to the ground s .few yards away, and was half-buried vfth the motor in the stubble field. The death of both was install tan ->eous, the bodies being frightfully onanglcd...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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LOCAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 2 January 1914

■! :— — I LOCAL [VPORMITION. LanccHehi jijiiro OounWl.—Mimtinpfi ))•]«] on Ifctt Friday in overy n.on'h. Conn cillort : .!• WihI.VU \t. Foy» A. Joh<-' /■•>, Vv\ M 'I'H' J. M'TClbiij n-«y,J. Hnrh>yj k. t'. »*i.vev.eti, i . Ik* m phi 1, and P. Ornhitn. Awine ^e^ro^nrv. Mr P. J, Wealth ••flitwr, IV Prnn5s Dairy i»isj>»<*VT, *'«• Mt»K«;ii7.ie PnniH keeper, Mr J. ' Waturlnml, Inspector of nuisances* .Mr J. .VPComvJIc. tattcollelfl \Vat*rwo-ka Trust.—Con?. iisei<iuar».«uu«a>Ht K»Hay i'i eve«y month. /ActiiifftS«<tr«fcary-Mr P. J. MoUabon. .^'Dineofiobl ' Sorv't^'.—* The committed h*»t(l "jhi»ir mulling* 5fo»»dayon or olforo U;»; full trnon/'■ SucT, Mr J. WftfflrJatiii.' • LnnceGold ^Iccht^nicfl, Ii.stituto.-r-Tho <?omnmto« meet second T'Vi.lay ' in ra'ch 'month Hon. Becrotiiry, Mr <). Derrick; I Librarian, Mr John Watfrland. ! LrtnccftcM HiJIo Club.—C'iptijn, Mr I M. Foy ; secretary, Mr MVftlhinne'y. \ j Lftncfl...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 2 January 1914

London & Lancashire Fire Insurance Co. »H kind, of PERSONAt ACCIDENT WSICKSIISS FOUCIRS U'^ Do «o^i tnr'r. wealthy Corporations Wor«m» Policy- _ Fire Insurance. Wrtti f">" PMtiotl'"r*'®'°' Accident, ■ ="it:;r£S™S'£ tS»o»w»'»V5 • leliaine".. including I®*»nc. ng» n£ |jJn„BflCB ami t)i!icnfcs, miluw« HT tbo early yca'B °flllA baaineflB* ^ Local iigeat—II. Golding. " Morcury " >OfilC\>. - . . ;• ■ the iOHUOM DIRECTORY ' ;(PiiV)li«hcJ Ahnunlly) iEhabt«l; frn'dcr- ihrouiibout the WoilS to 'corf.miii.ii.Mc.Hwot with b.|gll»h MAKbyAcicREUS A.X'0 UEALEttS •in enrh of S"od.- Pcoid.« being » «>m ^lote . ommercM gui'lo ' euburlm, tlic directory contains list" or UXPOHT MKBOHANJS ■will.' lf.a Gi o.lB they 'hip, «nd tTio Ci.loni -.niiti •SScei|{ifM*tk«t» thfy savP1* . , 1 .STEAMSHIP r.ISl'.S amnral undw the Fortt. U. wliiuli they s«il, .ami iitdiciitiogtho kptiroxiroaW Sailing*; pkovincial;tu aue. notices .of lending StMlufiictimre, Merchant? W, in the prinriphl i'ioynioml to...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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[?] AND [?] [Where the term "The Commonwealth" is used in connection with [?] and regulations it includes Papua, Lord Howe Island. and Norfolk Island. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 2 January 1914

.$ A NO NfcUiiu* j [Vilu-;-.. the term "Tha Conniion j If - ih us(id in conncotioji.u'itu r:u-.>v | J.ici5b aiut ii:;u;^V:otu'it iuciuciviK Viipwa, I Lord Howe iRland. »uid Nori'oJk lsiulid.; , jor every i ounce or l'rautjoit >0i* delivery within Uie .G6ui:*/oi>4 «»eAhh 0 l'-«i delivery. ur-sfJ»e:rBr;UilR'JSai4iV-vV^,,-;;Y l>ire ,7 1. t ,-ty •? \ "'JO & tJt '>»_ UciiKeijvjn.itiO'NywuittVr.uo^,^ HauUs, aud\A'orit»s .Jaltafc i. (j £■'$ idJuei In <Aii< i prulc u ^21' u^cAiib^r' jtkg£$ ..:,>ji>aomory,'tWrnW-lJli££ftiyiino)v\ycal™'^' Single, id.) pagar;*1rijply^ld«r%elrMl££ Jor^Uyei^a^ ,v •ii'stf'fcf ijlaett'syii^ ' .-glo, I'd. Ou;cll>.:rv;i\^ 'or delivery'in •Nevv-llebridOa^Biiuka^ -and Jorresvlalaiwls^feiiijdo. 2d-*oacli cor dom.etry m ,-otheri.piuues-#* •Sftgitt;• 2}d each ' *► ,A POSi CAliD * jyr ,1 SingieKpoBtcard;^ ntlw Id elemp, itfd licph oi doable o-mi fiaoh, naif; of (Which ^ has/the\;ld^l st;rnip ;jmpresE<^ ^tovp...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 2 January 1914

Micssns. CI.AHKE.SON,' and rt ATT, ' ■85 Grniwchurah Straot, J.cmdou B.O., btijI Mossrs Gordon ui'd Gotcli, St. Bridu Street, f/^irlon. r«*ooiva Adverlibomcnts in I'.hL'lfl.io •■>r iiirtortiou in the Mkkccky Files of the Mbkcuky tnav' be inspected in above • until you are worse before j starting a campaign against disease. No matter how slight may be your indisposition your duty to yourself demands that ' immediate steps be taken to disperse it. Of course, you expect to get better and not .^T^rtyouaro never Justified in leaving anything to chance, and, as is well known, indis- $ position, insteadofdisappearing of its own sweet will, frequently develops serious disorders if neglected. Your safest course is to Ml which are the World's finest household remedy for the cor rection of derangements of the stomach, liver, or kidneys. Slight headaches, loss of appe tite, a nasty taste in the mouth and other little symptoms of tl\at sort are indications of digestive disorder, and may be re...

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Charming One-Piece Frock. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 2 January 1914

f Charming One-Piece Frock. I Although blouses and skirta axe still well to the fore, they have by no means ooated the popular one-piece frock. Tbo model from which this* was drawn was made up in silk cropc—a material whioh has nil tho necessary requirements foe auccoesful mani. pulaSion ami effect* A haudsome laco collar and medallion, und acta of fancy crystal ^buttons were used iw accessories, but if a l~»lmpio Crutffc f«r w«^viiiaca\lirQJ > j these could easily be dispensed with* * •*" I Wo are certain many..render*! will wish up tmoono-piece Irocic, ana Mine" ' they will ho glad to know that an cxccllcut paper pattern is obtainable. The defsigu I shown-represents No. 103 of "Kvorylndy'a ' Journal" paper patterns and is cut in three sizos—anndl, medium, and large. This pat , tern fa one of an outfit of ei^ht tasted patterns—Lady's Outfit, No IS—cut by one of tho most experienced dressmakers iu Australia. Tho complete outfit bulla at 2s Gd, but tbo single pattern No, 103 may b...

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Euchre and Dance. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 2 January 1914

Enchra and Dance. On Boxing night a highly suc cessful euchre party and dance was held in the Mechanics' In stitute in aid of St. Mary's school and choir fund. In a play-off, Miss F. Ryan won the lady's :v / - ct'i' courftsmear— V.-iadsciTia chair giv.ci by Mrs : H Field. The.gentknuin's prize, [a dressed larab given' by. Mr T. • Lif.ehan, was ytoa'i by Mr. K.: 1 Tallv.' Music for tbs^dancing v/as I provided by the jiWiy-fornjet1 I Laiicttfie-a .Orctses-wfi : Misa S:i!- ! i Jivan Wood ana HW Mark - f yy.j presiding at this piano.. . while , ivlsstrs A. ). O'CaUaiihan. F. fFitxgeraM,.; and . H. .H. Boyd; ! played' violins,. and Mr 'C H. Simpson the corriat. The delight ful music provided ..>*as.'/much' appreciated, and marks a . new' departure. .The orchestra is sure to be much in request at future functions of the kind. Mr J. McElhinney acted as M.C. It is understood a substantial profit resulted from the venture.

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Break-up Day at North Goldie. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 2 January 1914

Break-up Day at Sorth Goldie. Since tho prcannt oommitlee took charge of the nbovo-namod sohool tho celebration of the break-up iind priao distribution hue Htendily in. oroaHed in popularity with the par ents and roaidcnts, juri(finpr by the nambor that re»pur.ded to tho in vitation of the the teaobers and corn mittetoou laBt Friday weak. After tho «cbofarH hud gone through their drill an adjournment was made to the nohoolroom, whioh had been taste fully decorated for the occasion by the soholars. Mr Kittle, chairman of committee, presided, and be)ng in a happy mood, soon had 'everyone smiling 'and kept them smiling thoughout. In the course of an exoellent opening address, he first of all complimented the scholars on the tastefnlnoss of the decorations, re marking that if any of the old-time scholars came along that day t'oey would think a wedding was to take plaao. Ho also reviewed the work of tho sohool for the past ypnr, warmly conerato latintr lonelier and soholars on the.progre...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Lancefield Mercury. With supplement. FRIDAY, JANUARY 2, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 2 January 1914

fancefielb Ulercurjr. With supplement. FRIDAY, JANUARY 1914., This issue is published on Wednesday evening, the Thurs day being New Year's Day. The chief fixture for the holiday is the Hanging Rock Races. A dance will be held in the Lance field Mechanics' Hall in the evening.

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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The "Times" Testimonial. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 2 January 1914

The "Tintes" Testimonial. •. • • .... ' & , Oa November 10, 184l, the com" mittec which had been appointed to consider what should be done with the testimonial subscribed for by City aad provincial companies and bankers, in grateful acknowledgment of a siguul service- rendered to the commercial world by the " Time* " newspaper, announced tbwLr decUUtn to an interested public. This service afforded a very re» * m&rkable instance of the power of the I*re9s, Early In lSll the FarJi Correspondent of the "Timet " re ceived information of an enormous scheme that waa said to be form* ing on the Continent to defraud by forgery all the influential bankers of Europe. The appearance of his let* ter in the' "Times/* revealing thfl plot caused a tremendous sensation. To follow all the intricacies of the case and describe the results would be tpo^tedious. Sufficient to say thav an action for libel/Waa brought against . ' the proprietors of the "Times/' and enormous bcpeadMurti ■ w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 2 January 1914

Headache, (ndlgesflon, Constipation and Biliousness. I ,. The immense numwr of^oitfera few ! Frootoide, sent by post -^rect'to the Pro prietor, is convincing proof that the Public appreciate their splendid coring ggwer ovorthe. aboTo-oame& complaint* ' Frootoids are elegant in appearance and pleasant to take; they zxo immensely rilore valuable th&D an ordiriary aperient: "fhey remove from the bloo$ tissues, and internal organ*, wait* poisonous matte? •that is cloggiirg them and choking the "Shannele that lead to and from them. ^The beneficial effoote of Frootol^a are Evident \>ytbe disappearance ofhea^ach^ a bright, cheery sonao of perfeot health taking the place of slugguh, depressed feelings, by the liver acting properly, and .by the food being properly digested.^ Frootoids arc the proper aperient medi cine to take when any. Congestion or 'Blood Boisbn is present, or yrhen Conges* tion-eff the Brain or Apppbxy/i* present ' or threatenirg. They have beta tested, ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 2 January 1914

.DEATH. Dowdbn.—At iSouth Terrace, Fremantlc. W. A., William St. Lodger Dowden, be loved father of Arthur Oowden. Aged 82 yeart'

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 2 January 1914

Public Nottaeo. For Drapery Require ments ; FOR THE SPRING SEASON VISIT MARK FOY'S LiANCEFIEIjD DRAPERY ESTABLISHMENT.

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 2 January 1914

EUROPEAN flBBCY. W'HOl.ESALE buying rtfe'erici^s urder tu or all British hbd Continental •gods, inc v™ f Roiiks and Ptahnncry Hoots*, Shoes and Loathor, '■ Choniic.ils and Druggists' SnndriP",. Chinn, Efu thenware and Glasawni^ .Cycle?, Motor Cms and Aoccasorit-,' : ... ."Pvpery, Millinery Piece (*5„d Fancy Goods nnd-.t'erfcimcrv;' ^ ..Hiiud\yaro, •HncliiiVorV^nd Alotah . ' . v ^uTevvel^i-y; Plat'-.ivnd ' Washes, . ^'l'noioiiVsiphlc aiui Oplic.il Gooiia, •' Pr"vibi-»nH Anil Oilmpn'f Stores, ^ «t'\, ctc. CommUiion to 5 per cent. <•- • -TroJc :Dixrniwt*iti!lotcwl. ' . Special Quotations on Demand. - Sample C'o.sc/tfrnniil 10 upward*. . Conxi'juutents of Product Sold on Ac- i count. I & sons b/X;; ~ Y ^/Eatabli hwl ISM), I i. 23 Abuhnrch Ljiim\ L.» nUm, l-\0. J ! C:.ble;Ad«rrtvR : Ankttai»i:, . onih-n*. J 0,"«. w COACHBlilLDER & F A11 MING IMPLEMENT'S and MACHOT/IY RENEWED, ANP R E P A T RB D. C; WAGGONS DRAYS, 1KB buggies* Made on the \ premises from Best -3...

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POSTAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 2 January 1914

POSTAL INKOliilATION". . Mails are despatched from tho Pos" ; Olfico,. LaijCefleld, aa oIIowh Dally I Iftnmpwy and Mnlbnnrne (Sunday* ;epted) —mail clns's at 7 a.tn. and ut'4.80 p.m. .*• For ICmu Klut, nn-Tueinhiys ami Fridays, clones at 11.50. Rochford, Ncwham, and Woodend, rliiil", ;lo?e9 nt 2.15 |>.ra. . Kilmoro on Mumtnv ' W«rdu<*d»y and Friday, and -f«»r Springfield }n game dajs, closes 2.;10 p.m >*'• - Tbe'Lancefleld Post^Offiec is closed daily *t 6 p.m. ' - . On Saturday nights the office oppns for lolivory of lottors at 9.80 p.m.; on other (rights at 8.30.

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 2 January 1914

Commonwealth of Au| UNIVERSAL OBLIGATION W SPEOT TO MAVAl, OB. HiWv training. Y^J NOTICE OF KEQIBTS&fy ' UNDER lection 142 of th« tHi.rS ^ all mala inhabitants of if. Ay who have re&idod thorein for iij andlwho during the year ending cember, 1914, will reach tho ago of that is, tho*® t?boj woro born year 1900), tvr& requited to togia^ I selves daring the month of }\ | ot Tebruary of the year ig|/7 •;■•: | under tho Regulations/parcnti>j inns, and other poracns acting/ • parentis o! thooc personi liable t^ v gialercd are responsible for" the l« tton of such persons, FAILQs ' ' REGISTER involves a penalty*' "' cecdiog ten POUNDS, Focmi <j{t tration may bo obtained at all Post i or from the Area Officer o( aay iv. -' Area, S. A, PBTHEBRIDO P Secretary, Department ol b NOTE- All malo porKjaa trho wet ' •'V'V gating the years W4; 1898k * 1898, or 1899, who neglect v> the laat registration, or who fltrW^di in -Australia, are required to ft,. »' imm...

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 — 2 January 1914

&ThuOUe6tfNCIL MEETINGS. Laiic<-lic\d—Last Friday ia month, 2 o'clock. 3{<htw > - First Friday in month, 2 > o'cluck. h Krrhi^liYM—Spcond^Fridftv in nfnth.SJ Kyni fori—First' Saturday in month It ..vi. °k. ' Third Monday, Jn .month, 2 v joV -cU. " . Nvwhum and Woodend—Lott Tuesday B ': the m«»Dth,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 2 January 1914

IT UBVBK FAILS. y For yeaTs we Lave bcon usiug Chamber lain's Congh Remedy, says Mr Hcrberi H. Woodhead, Wontworth, N.S.W. " We have bjx children mid never ubo anything oleo.for tho traatmoafc o£ couRbs, ooldet and bron chial complaints. I confidently recommend Chamberlain's Cough Itoruody to ovoryonv, more especially to patents, who, Hko p>y» self, have youpg children's health to safe guard. It novor fails to givo roliof in all cjsca." Sold by all CberoiiU aud Store keepers.

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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SHIRE INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 2 January 1914

fcHIHE INFOKSIATIGN. I.niiocfiold ehiro-~-Are«i 38 *q. mllei Pnptilntioti of shire, 1202 Number ct 2S2. «!>tre.—Are*. 8& aq. miles, Popa* •'iiiioii ol dbiic 1900. Sutuber oi uwtjljiiifct, 420 x>l>rii»^lield shire.—Area, 111 «q oil) > Population of shire, 706, Number of iiweltifu'A. U4. I'vhImj? shiro—Ar*a, '220'sq. miles, {'••pulutuu of dUire,' 1200. Kuiub«r tlwtllingfl, 380. NpuJi >m-\Vooc1end ahire.—Aroft, ICO q. u.p,.*. 'I* t-ulatou, 2100, N amber of.

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