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THE FARM. STOCKING AND OVERSTOCKING. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 23 January 1914

THE FARM. STOCKING AND OVERSTOCKING. ( An experienced farmer will see Hint | his grans paddocks aro stocked with 1 juat the number of shicp or cattta that will entail neither shortage of feed or waste of grans. Judiciocn grazing can never be accomplished on large wide-ranged areas where i English grasses are sown, ami the' : fence is ft most necessary adjunct to successful and economic pasturing of ■ stock, , A large area appropriately divided witty fences and the stock rotated from one paddock to another wi'l carry quite fully half as many bt»ad - again, If not more. The stock will, moreover, do better and be much healthier, adding very .substantially 1 to the .settlers' income; Moving them i from one paddock to another. a» the- - i feed is eaten down and becomes foul ed with the droppings of ih'a animals will give each paddock' a chance to get thoroughly washed and cleaned with rains, making the (lush of prnfw awaiting , gracing af(,er the spell wholesome feeding. Such paldockR, t...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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RUNNER BEANS AND DROUGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 23 January 1914

•ItUNNEH BEANS AND DROUGHT.'-' "Vegetarian," writing to an Eng lish paper, gives the results of water ing runners during a dry spell. Ob serving that one of his neighbours hart very poor results, although the* roots were well watered, he set to work in his own garden hy watering a row at the roots only, never air lowing the water to touch the leaves, whilst a second row was treated by watering both leaves and roots, with the. result that the latter produced pofcls a foot long, whilst the former only gave pods of three inones. I "Vegetarian" says that iu a wet season very few pods fail to set, but that during a dry spell it is not so, and that artificial watering of leaves as well as roots is nocessary to se cure a good sotting of pods. j Some people work into the poultry Iwsineew, while others drop in, and, not understanding how to swim, flounher about and are drowned. Dislike of detail is a prominent cause of failure with poultry, which -demands closc- undlvidod atteution to the sm...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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FRUIT CREATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 23 January 1914

FRUIT CREATIONS. A few years ago the rural world was very much agitated about the reports concerning the wonderful re sults following the work of plant .breeding, which had been carried out by Luther Burbank. Some of these reports were very much discounted, and,, indeed, one of the American farm papers exposed what it claimed was a fraud upon the public so call ed the wonderberry. Still it was far as utility was conccrned of the plant afterwards shown that any misrepre sentation which might have cropped up was not the result of anything that Burbank might himself have said, but due to the zeal of the syn dicate which undertook to put his plants upon the market. The hostile criticism,, therefore, waned so as to give time a chance to prove the» util ity; of the creations which the brain of;this had designed. Some of these plants are being tried in Australia, and there are very warm advocates of- at least a, few of them to be found amongst the experimentalists. Bur bank's greatest succ...

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Awkward Cash. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 23 January 1914

Awkward Cash. Pure silver, broken' into small, irregular pieces, forms the pay of tlio Chinese soldier. Payment is an extraordinary process. The whole of the night preceding is occupied in weighing out for each man his required quantity of silver, which is a, very tedious business, and only successfully accomplished by infinite cure> for hero a piece the size of a pin's head litis to be chipped off, and there a piece of similar mi nute proportions added. Each man's silver bits arc carefully wrapped in puper, with his , name en dorsed upon it, and the various par cels are distributed upon parade. A private receives three juid a Jialf taels—equal' to about nineteen shill ings—a month, and, having1 got his silver parcel, loses no time in ex changing the pieces nt. the nearest tradesman's shop, where for ouch taul (Ss. fid.) he receives 1,0UU small coins, called cash. Lack of desire to eat after the death of a near relative led Mr. \V. llridleimut, of Harrisburg, Penn sylvania, to ab...

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THE NEW FARMING. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 23 January 1914

THE NEW FARMING. ' tJoing through a patch of Aus I trftllan forest recently, to see a I farmer on business, I was suddenly ! pulled up by a stentorian shout ing. "Hey ? l^ook out t Quit liko blazes I" 1 looked In the direction from which the yells proceeded, to sec a gaunt figure waving his arms to me like a windmill gone iriad. Appa rently he was telling tnc to get out of the why of something,-"so, tak ing his rudo anvite, 1 "quit" into the shelter of-the 'bush, and-in a few seconds wns standing beside him. "What's up, anyway ^ jerked out after a hurried sprint. ".les wait a bit an'--you'll see," ho grinned. We were standing, on the edge of a clearing fn the forest, anil the mat ted undergrowth had been cleared off by the simple expedient of driv ing a firo through the mass ; the blackened trunks had been foiled with the axe, piled 111 a heap, and were burning furiously m one cor ner, leaving the area doited- with a host of- scorched: stumps, ranging in sizo up to two . feet in dia...

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State-owned Railways. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 23 January 1914

State-owned Railways. Interesting- information regarding Stntc-owiinl railways is ffhen in a return published by the Board of Trade recently in Knglnud. Canada hnd 2'\278 miles of pri vutoly-o\viw?d and operated lines in against 2,018 miles State owned and operated and 102 mib'S owned by lh« State and privately operated. Australia had 1(5,071) miles Statv owned nud l/.KU pri (vafoly owned; -South Afric.i, 7,51$ miles State owned and 5ir» pri vately owned ; Now '/culund, 12,508 miles^ State owned and ninelv-nine privately owned ; and Newfoundland 723 miles State owned but pri vately operated, and forty-seven 'privately owned. India had 112,8110 miles of rail ways, of which 0,371 were State owned and operated, IS,2-15 State owned but privately operated, 1,(K»2 owned and operated by native I States, and .1,G>18 owned by native States and worked by companies. Ia seventeen other Uritish Colo i nies and Protectorates there wero , 3,f>25 miles of railways privately I owned. I Forty-t...

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DETECTIVE'S RUSE. ROW A THIEF WAS TRAPPED. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 23 January 1914

DETECTIVE'S RUSE. ItOW A TIIIIOK WAS TI'.AlTliD. Sumo if ears ago a fatuous detec tive outg«*iiorulled a criminal whoso .'craft, and cunning the former real ised wore ul '"normal circumstances "probably superior to his. The scene (snys the ''Now York Tribune") was one of the. larger .cities in Pennsylvania A. bank had ^ been robbed systematically fo** over a period of ■ four months, and after a week spout secretly on tho ease tbo detective was pretty sure that the succession of robberies was to ; he laid at the cashier's door. | I'roof positive, however, was lack- i ..inp, and the-detective, although his uiiml was mafic up as to tho cashier's guilt, appreciated that- ho 1 had absolutely nothing* in tho way , of concrete evidence wherewith to j lodge even ;m indirect charge; against the suspected man. It Was ! essential that tho cashier be given j no hint that the robberies had been noticed, and especially no hint that he was under suspicion. Posing as 1 ,1 hunker from the West, the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 23 January 1914

HOW "TO NEUTRALISE DAN GEROUS STOMACH -AGIOS, Kaw people besides physicians realise the importance of !tet*pi»ii» ttie food • Ibe stomach free Healthy-normal while tho : beiog inflai ■wind—the titomacb, mentation-u *nd the.acid ■ phyiician# • •liUle blaui '..sod taking •«r cold 'They recoi •it is pie*!' •ftoi tStCM,, and initnutly -tfopefermcu jtfon, ttauwaliies .the ncid and snakes --^onpfood.Wand^frcet and t*%]\7 dnjeate The regular «1 ' > bo tare yon_£fttfc» bk - Oi magQMUvare«f Ultle lategaaraate * for it oTeicoa -ditian which •-BY THE CONSISTENT USE OF Hr.TREB. DIAMOND, I.T., of «•.'« jt-«se«U*le Street* Pet«Mb«m, wbo*e JitIbtqUoh is be»e yublUhetJ. i» oor A1I U'i iirni". ;*c tried tkU blood ;.Jdl HowH.ntittook >[ . j-V; ;si., .•? •J»epol#on8Wblch ' ' Jm: .y ip«lo aufl'tor v.w u.'iiU.own.wonli ltd* ' f--» U tin Ml! ilOdite,, 1. Kfitr.-J-tcoaiM" with tali JbU«c . J4J , 'er j«W. «r»W.U.» MOKUIW *»»«.»» I mi S« * WtUild dm .conditio®, «ftsi< ccirt«ry sUad, Jaatayy...

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Cricket Association. FIXTURES. The following is the list of District Cricket Association [?]xtures — [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 23 January 1914

Cricket Association.. FIXTURES. "The'followiutr is (he lint of Distinct ''Crickel^Awnumtioii tixfcur«« ~ • ' ' , >Wrinary '10—Riddell 'RogjMy'.; ..'.JS^oWlhiai». Lnnoefiitlil. January 17— LanreBald v. RidQcll '^'Uewbani T. Roainny. January 24— Romney y. LaiicofiB .Riddell v. Newhara. JanDBry 31 — ftomaey -t. liiddell; '-Imnoeheld ». 'Newbaio. February 7—Hiddell v.Xaaoofield ; SRotniey *•'Newlnno. iFobrqary 14—Iinnoefield v. Rom; >«ey.; No wham v. Riddell. February 21—Kiddell x, Romaoy ; .. Kewham*. LunoeBeld. * Ffcbruspy :2fl— Lancefisld r. -Rid. -''•doll; Newborn T,»l{omwy. i , - March 7—Boraaey r.'jjanccfiold; '•Riddell t. No^rhuu). March 14—Romaey v. Riddell; ' >Laocefiold v .Newhnm. M*rob.$L—first -ana »econd tamsi i play off. March j28 — ;CballeORo match if ■wanted. All matcbea to-be-pl«,y«d-on ground . oE first-named clo b.

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CHAPTER XV. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 23 January 1914

CHAPTER XV. . ..\Ve have., had a. .b.ricL acquaintance. with two young Indies, both -bcauti-: ful, one being as beautiful in 'soul, as; ,ia face, , anil the other .using her beauty to attract men to her, to ex hort—- But what is the use of say ing anything about Mildred "Moore? It-shall now be our pleasure "to" get ft glimpse of another, and one in whom wo shall, I hope, take an in terest equal to, if not greater than that which either of the others has inspired. We must precede Helen to Marchmere, and witness the home lire of that Marion whose gossipy letter perhaps aroused somo little curiosity concerning her personality. Behold, then, on a keen, frosty morning in the late autumn, a peace ful country scene in shire. The loaves of the deciduous trees, in tho: splendid park arc fallen, or^ar© in their Inst bright hues of magniticcnt decay. No snow has yet fallen. There ta a crispness in the air, a brightness, to the sunlight, that makes life seem worth living. * *' • ! I Two or thre...

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ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. A BAFFLED IMPOSTOR, OR THE HEIR TO A DUKEDOM A HUGE PERSONATION FRAUD. PART 10. CHAPTER XIV.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 23 January 1914

By S. ff. Hopkins, Author oI "On Pour Brasa Plates," etc., etc. PART 10. 011 AFTER XIV.—(Oontluucd.) "But," said his uncle, "tlio ditllcul tieB nre Insurmountable. In tho first place, you tie yourself down to a constant attendance on an irrespon sible man. Yon leave. yourselt no timo for rest or enjoyment. Then there Is t!ie difficulty ol travelling v-ltli him without provoking unpleas ant comment. How will you pot over 11)0 absence of name ? How will y«jii avoid wnpleasnat features at hotels . I think the .scheme is wild, myself." "Scnrcely that," replied the doc tor. "I have studied it out pretty well PI course, I shnll give him A name lioforo I start, nnd slmil diill him into the use o[ it. Cummings w 11 como with mo and rolievo me or the =lrftln o( actually enring for him. Ami I Shall also take Trimble, who is invaluable undor such circumstan ces. He has made two trips across with me before, and understands tak ing care of baggage, buying tickets, and ail such duties. Ycb, I sha...

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Markets. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 23 January 1914

Markets. (William Slcoll/ and Co. and Charles Hamilton report having bold thoir •crdinary monthly nolo at Kilruoro on Bfeadty thi3l'2thiuet.,wbon 4500fibeep 390 osttlo and IS horse* wore yarded. Doyen were in, ' attendance from Rorosey, Marchiaon. He»tboote, Pnolc apnnyal, LaoeeSeld, Donnybroofc, Py- j along. »ad a very large attendance of j local and outlying district graziers. Sheep fere in strong detaaod, parti cularly croBsbrede, and nearly the whole yarding obangod hacda at the highest ruling prices, sovoral fcnyora being anatjpplied. Toting cattle, springerg, and beefy eattlo told readily at good prices, bat in bollocks the demand wan not so keen bb at oar last monthly sale, though [ good prioeB were obf tuned for some of ; the lota Sod good offers wore bid by f buyers, wbiob failed in many in l stances to reach owners' expectations, j Id horses all the draught- and useful j jorts were disponed' of at. natiafuctory f prioeB. Tboy sold—S-'ontb crossbred gives at 26s lid, £ and ...

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NEWMARKET STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 23 January 1914

NEWMARKET STOCK SALE. XloHars Adamson, Strettle and C». Pty. Ltd., report: Pat Sheop- -35,000 Vftrdod. PrieoB reooded to from 6d tu la pop iieod ander last nook'* roten, I I oloBiug kuIob boitiff tbo weakest. Qui. I lationa : Prime crossbred wo'lien1. from 18s to 19a 9d; extra do dr, to from 20.s to 23s 9d, good do do, Iqb tn 17a 6d, Bpooudn do do, from 18«, juimo cioisbrnd owes from Jfis to 16j 9il, extra from 17s 6d to 20a 3d. good do do from 13» 6d to 14s 6dt oihori from I0n, prime merino wethers from 16a t" 17a 6d extra do do from 18a to 19a; Rood do do from 14s, to 15li j second do dn from 12a to 13r , in- ; ferior do do from 10s to llsQd, prime : merino ewea from 139 6d to 15a Gd, i uxtra do do from 16s to ITt, \ gnod do do from lis to 12a 9d, Becood \ and inferior from 7e to 9s 6d Tbey j sold 236 orossbred wethers, Obaraberi J Bros., Tantsraboo to 16a lid, 101 j morion ewes, B Falvoy, Emu Plat, It g l)s 9d, 1 Fat L'imba—38.000 «ar» I penned. The demand was irregular, f and al...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 23 January 1914

THE RECENT EPIDEMICS OF SM vIjLPOSAND DIPHTHERIA "Would oertaioly sot have attained auch pro portions if tho hygionio faot were more ^generally kaown that the disinfection of the roouth by % reliable and harmless anttsep tio 1b a great faotor, not only against suoh local throat diseases aa diphtheria, tonsil* itus, -quinsy, and core throat, but against al ailments whwe the infection it ftnrough the throat or reapfcatory tract. By suiting 3 drops of SANDER'S EUCCA LY'PTi EXTRACT on a picoo of lo*. •angar, and allowing it to dieBolve i,o the noonth, that cavity ie thoroughly disin fected. Tbe volatile nature of SANDERS' EXTRACT makes it penetrate every erovico SANDER'S EXTRACT isnot naaeeouaaor depressing'like the common «ao«lyptui aud possesses great antiseptic power. By using SANDER'S EXTRA^ryou avoid tho on-' •certain composition of tho iczuogo; you have the benefit of tko atrongest uutieeptio that oaa "be used with safety, and the re «ult is protection from any infoutiou, TWO DOSE...

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Radium and Cancer. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 23 January 1914

Radium and Cancer. I —' I Dr. Barlow, of the Middlenoi fcoapi- j tal, England, aunonnoos tbs euocess I -of radium treatment for oanaer. Dr. Barlow reports that 24 casos of canoor ■wbioh were beyond enrgic&l uid were admitted to the 'hospital from June ■to September, 1912, All tbo patients died. Sixty eight oases were admitted •daring tbe-same period of 1913, and wore'treated with 'radium. Thirty 4ix of these patients died, the re mainder were discharged from the hospital, being able to attend to their 'daily <dutiea, Tbia encoeaa was uo nrccedenlod. Dr. Robert Abbe, of New York, who /has treated ,750 individual oases of •csnoer.in his.prieato practice, gives an .acoouofc of several wonderful cures. There are-probably not more than about 12 grams, or leas than half an i .ot df pare radinmiin the world. The | Sadium Institute-in Loudon possesses tiour^grams, about!-6th of an o*., pre isentad by 'Lord Iveaehand Sir Ernest (C'iftfioll, Bnd worth to-day aboat jS8QjOOO....

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Court Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 23 January 1914

Court Fixtures. Tk« follqwinK *re IhePnliceMieif 4r*H'l d»j\». of attendance at tl>B -coortt of thU pottof-ibc C*»Jlom»itos Diet fiat:— j Lancafield—Wfdneadayp, 11 a.m. ■ January Si, February 18. Msroh 18 April 16, May SO, Jane 17. Romtey—-Wednendnyp, 2 .30 p.ra •on n»m#d»(os£n LaneoBold. , Woodend—Mondayi, 3 p m. Jan nary 12 and 26 ; February 9 mid 23 ' March 9 -and 23 ; April 27 , May 11 • anil 25, and Jane 22. Kyneton—To«»d«yn, lfi A.m. tfaii i nary 6, 13,"and 27; Febrnarv 3, 10, and 24, March 8, 10, 24, and ol; ■April 7 and 28; May 5, 12, and 26; '«nd Jane 2, S, 23, Hud 30. licensing Coortn will he 'held tut ■followa'Lancefield diuhriot. ^held n£ Rorai-ey)—Uannaey 21, Kobrunry 18, Xlarch IS, April ! 15, May 20, and jjune 17. _ Kynfton—-'January 6, 'February 3, Naroh 3, 'April 7, May 6, «ud Jane r2.

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The Shirkers. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 23 January 1914

'Tie Shirkers. , 'Tbeuurioua'Drank* who ^conotifccte fche •"Jpreedoin" League—the knock ScneeVtfalk vrho wnut us to lie down to ibe <frtlk*d over, whine in oar ear as fdllo^g-.:— ■Sicca ?tbo fbroable between -the military tofflctsra and clvJUna in Germany* the press lhavtt held up t'tefr hmtrfc in aorror, and oongratnlated thot£«etve« -that aueh a state «o/ Jhing* eoold nerer occur here. The League cay we havo every indication that •auch aaUte of riling* f« growing The Am •tralun »ruiy is called a dcnueratio oao of tfrae citisecK, yet the scheme provides that i only abont 60 per cent of it* active eoliQers I •will havoo vote. 16 provides that no oriti- < oism shall be madapfihlia by those subjt'Ot ] to the Defence Act. j Various c&son of alleged hardship; ^re quoted, 'bat can bo passed over as. ox parte statements ; especially when ' <hey are capped by the ridiculous, taradiddle that a boy agedHyears^ -spent 1,000 hours in prison, mostly in ^...

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KEDGEREE. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 30 January 1914

KFiDGliriEE. Uoil 2..-duoccs of rjco in Bnitod unlcr until lender. This may bo .dono tho evening before. Strain 'tnnd. atUT ono cooked haddock, bro ken small, 1 hurd boiled egg, chop ped fine, 3/ounco of butter, nUttlo lulncod. 'parsley. Mix'.Nvcll, and iiuake hot in a stewpan.

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SAVOURY POTATOES. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 30 January 1914

' SAVOURY POTATOES. Ilavo . ready lib. of boiled and gnashed potatoes, and -Jib. of sau sages. --Season-" the potatoes,5 and .remove tho skins from the sausages. ■Mix the meat . with the:mashed po tatoes and form into sausng© shapes. Brush tliem' over with beaten egg, • . cover with bread crumbs, and fry., a uiee brown. v Take up, drain for a moment, and serve with castor sugar sprinkled on each; slice,

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SOME GOOD RECIPES. PALESTINE SOUP. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 30 January 1914

SOME GOOD RECIPES. PALESTINE SOUl'. You require about <J pounds of artichokes, 1 teucupful of turnip, 1 siiiall head of celery, white pari only, 1 onion, 1 lump of sugar, suit, and. a very little cuj'enne, and white stock to . completely cover. Put all into a saucepan, and boil slowly for an hour ; then rub the vegetables through a sievo or co lander ; return to the saucepan, and boil up once. .Just before taking up add' i pint of milk, and do not boil Higain. Serve with a dish of fried bread cut into dice.

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