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

i. H. V. gOliS^ Saddle^ and General Harness Maker, CiiTtiw «( Dmiafritfl'ntiil TtagUa tftrt.t., LaNCKKIKI'ji), Good Stock of' RIDING SADDLES AND BRIDLES Beenie's and others kept in stock y* it A&JJU HARNESS o! all kinds made to order Orders promptly ^jsk attended to. ftEPAIBS \2v neatly executed JALL WORK AT LOWEST KATES. Soss© Collars, ■flood atock- Sites to fit say howo WHIPS •Good Assortment "kept In hand. Buggy fiarnew from <£5 10a ^er set. MqXTAB & MoWAB, -BAHRTSTBRS' »nd SOUCITORS KILMORB, ni 465, Collin# Street, Melbourne. " Mr Colin "McNab -visits Lanceflold crvery "Fair Bay, And m« tbe cooialted M the MackiP Hotel. TR08T MONEYS TO "LENT*. tHGS. E. WHITE DfENTIST ' oLtm Uranei, 'Vinrxaiyct Bdiudihoii, ^ Two Door a fTtrcrOeorgo «ni\ G«orge. —COWSDI.T LT— UBa. DAVIS', "LYWDHraBT,, ON FAIB DAY. 7<B0M8BY THIED MONDAY IN THE MONTH, Kt MR A. E. •PGUSFORD'S PH&RMACY, 1 TARPAUUNS I- Every year tho demand lor ,'i Terpeuitns Is growing. Th...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POSTAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 30 January 1914

POSTAu information. . | Mails are despatchod from the Foe ] | OJBco, Lancefield, as ollows:—Daily i | Kornaey and Mclbourne(SundayB.excopted) j —mail uloscs at 7 a.m. and at 4.30 p.m. For Emu Flat, on Tuesdays and Fridays,* closes at 11.DO. Koohford, NWhara, and Woodoud, daily, jloses at 2.15 p.m. Kilrnorc on .Monday, 'Wt-dnasday .and .Friday, and for Sprioyfiolci ?n same days,. •closes 2.30 p.ra The Laneeficld Post OfHco is closed-daily ot'6 jjjjm. Ou -Saturday nights tho office*op«ns -for i delivery of letters at^.ttt) p.m.; on other j /iight&at 8;30.

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 — 30 January 1914

LAW RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS. X "RnbscriborH ivho-do not ) prosa-notic '^tiie contrary aroconsidered as wiahiu* to Continue thoir subscrip tion 2. If subscriber* order tho discont inuance of their periodicals, the .ni'l'linlier may continue to send theco, until Akkbaks aro .paid. 3. If subscribers refuse or neglect to take periodicals from the office to tfhich thoy are directed, they aro Uksk> •.si-blb until tliev have Bettlod their biHs, and ordered tho the periodicals to bo .dis continued , 4. if subscribers 'Temov© to othor places without informing" tlie publishers, /und tlia pupora.uro-tient tpiheir former direction, the subscribers arc responsible; 5, Tho courts have decided thijt "refusing to take periodicals from .tho office or removing or leaving them un called for is prima facia evidence of -in tentional I'Vaud. 6. If subscriber8;pay in advonoe for i Seriodical, .fhey aro bound to :gnre 'otkck to ibe publiBher. at the end ctf \he time, that they do not wish to con tinue ta...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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SHIRE INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 30 January 1914

SHIRE INFORMATION. Lnnoefleld <jhirc.<—Are*, *38 tq. site Population of t .«hf?ei' 1202. No©bar o dwellings,'262. iioiuBey shire.—Am.BB.sq. xmlttj. Popn- - Ibtlon of sbirt lOOO. Number of'dwiillrfif®* m. =• •:< Springfield *bire.—Area, 1H tnril Population of «hire, 706» KunAer; « " ; dwelliopa, 114. •' ;•> " . Pyalong sbira—Ares, 220 »q; aittefc < ; Population of ehire, 1200. - Ntjoibc* - . dwellings, 380. Hewham-Woodend ahfre,—Are«, 100 ■q;---" railed. Populaton, 2400. Nomb«r <6f dwellings-*482.' •

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 30 January 1914

EUROPEAN AGEHOY. WIIOT.ESAI^ buying agencics anSer-', taken for all British and Continental' goods, iucludin •Hooks and Stationery BoMp, Shoes and Leather, •Chemicals and Druggists' Sundries,. •China, ftattheciwpra ruid GlftSswRi*. OvuU-.s, Mutor Cuis and Accessories, 1 Duipury, Millinery and Piece Good •Fancy (Joods nnd 1'orfumory, . Handware, Machinery ind Motala • Juwellery, P).»tu and Watches, J.JiiotoKniphic nud Optical Goods, •Prtwiai»>ns mn^Gilmeivti Storey, ct<>„ ctc •Commiriion fl\ to 5 jjQf cent. Trade Discounts. allowed. Special Quotations on Demand.^ tittmp/e Vases from 4S 10-ttpwards. [ Contivjnmvnte o/Vroduce Sold •on Ac count. WILLIAM ■WIDS0N.& SQSTS f E-tabJhh-d 1814), 2^> 'jbchtirch Lane, London, TC.C. f^nble Address : ANNUaIHE, l.ONDON. ft ■ a W§P CQACHBU1LDER & GENERAL BLACKSMITH. • 'FAR UltTG IMPLEMENTS AND MACl-TWERY 'KENEW-EB ANTl B EPA I RE D. W AG 'G'O WS •BRAYS, iai» ©©iG-GIBa Hade on ibe tpremises ftom B»»t, Material and ...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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A Cheap Rake. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 30 January 1914

A Cheap Rake. . 1 ' Tools cost money, and if they can be* made nt home .the time occupied, in mnkintf them ia, >v«U Jipcnt. Hero is a good tool which a rondci'". s«ys he finds very useful for loosen ing- the .soil between the plants, but costs little to muUo. , Tho bottom part of an old-fash-i ionod garden-fork, as shown in Kig; 3, and pnrt1 of a' woni-out hoc tiro required. You knock: out the hoe head from- tho luvodle, as in Kig. 2, insert the fork, as shown hi Fig; 3,-and the tool is coiuplcto.

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Straightening a Tenon Saw. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 30 January 1914

Straightening a Tenon Saw. After the tenon saw has been set and filed quite ' a' number of timos it xcill become slack and kinUy along- the saw tooth edge. If the Siralgblening a Tenon Saw saw its properly constructod, one tup of-the hammer on the buck ot the extreme end will straighten it in stoutly.— A. 13. iu the "Scientific American."

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Fed by a Shepherd's Dog. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 30 January 1914

Fedbya Shepherd's Dog. One morning a Scottish shepherd went to inspect his flock, among the Grampion Hills. His little boy of four years old accompanied, hist). A. wist began to rise, and the shep herd hurried on, leaving his little boy at a spot where he said he would ,return to hint. The fog grew denser, and some time passed before the shepherd had rounded his flock. When he returned to look for his1 child, he could not iind him., lie called long and loud, but there was no answer. 'J'hen he himself lost his way, and not (ill the moon rose was he able to truce his way home. The - little boy iiad not re turned, and al) the next day his parents searched in vnin. His dog. Oil receiving the accustomed ban "iJdCk in the morning, sctunporud olY at full speed across the moor und was away till day. Next morning the same thing occurred. The fol lowing dny the shepherd followed the dog, with the cake in his mouth, nnd watched him enter u cuve. When he came up, there was his child unhurt, sea...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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CHAPTER XVII. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 30 January 1914

CHAPTER XVII. Two days passed, and Dr, TafUm was—figuratively—prostrate . at the feet of two young women. Helen had plunged with ardour into the work of assisting in getting up a fair for the purpose of establishing a school. What wonders did these two girls not perform ! They rode about the conn try behind Monkey, nnd not only en listed the sympathies of many who would not otherwise have eared whe ther the children of the poor were taught or not, hut had received sub stantial support in money. It had long been a pet scheme of l>r. Tafton to establish this school, but lie had had no enthusiastic assistance, and , tbe duke could be induced to do no more than give his consent to the undertaking. But with Helen and Marion to push the project, he was on the sure road to success. j But Helen and Marion found time to do other things as well. Theyj were sitting in Marion's cosy bou- j doir one day—the third of the visit—-j reading; letters just brought from the j post. Marion had one fr...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. OR A BAFFLED THE HEIR TO A DUKEDOM: A HUGE PERSONATION FRAUD. PART 11. CHAPTER XVI. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 30 January 1914

AIA RIGHTS RBBKRVBD. HUGE PERSONATION FRATJD. By S. W. Hopklna, Author of "On Four Brnas Plates," etc., etc. PART 11. CHAPTER XVI. Marl<m Brooke lived no (die Hfo It must not bo supposed that her mornings were always nt. her- (llano th V J<°1B0 worthy " cauf,° ™ . in whici> w° hnvo seen her work ing, side hy sido with pood Or, T„f ton. In tho first place, Mrs. Brooke" was far from well, (iml upon Mftp; Ions shoulders devolved most of the responsibility of the household Most of the servants had remained when Mr. Brooke purchased Uio place from the tradesman, who had grown weary of residing in n neighbourhood whore lie was looked upon as an interloper. This was due to the animosity felt towards hi:n hy the duke, who visit ed upon his head all the wrath he tolt towards his son for soiling Mnrcbmero to a stranger'. ..And here I , it mny ho .well to explain' the rela tions existing between the Brookes! and the haughty neighbour. ' j Marchmero had ■ been pari of t...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Fashion Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 30 January 1914

Fashion Notes. '• Kvcrlfwlj'fl Jouruft)'* rntfern No 152, from * School l?5rl Outfit,' No i!5. Single I'attorns, Uil ©ach, poat free, as described bolow. PATrEllN F.U! GIRL'S BALKAN COAT. A warm top eoit is a necessity for every school-girl, nt nil times, in this changeable climate of our*, but especially is iis need felt dur ing the cold wint» r .^easmi. The de sign shou'u is one (if the very luK's-t m-ideU, with the low wnivtr-d Rilkun effect, nna would \>n admirable in t-wred or seme f -r everyday wear. If made of crprim ror.iuroy cloth nr velvet ami lim d with Japanese silk it would t'ovm u mest attractive eont for spcciul oocu&ioiis. The iwulel is very simpl* to mnke, and the bar-d may be b'ft off if a Straighfer looking coat in preferred. A tested pattern ia obtainable for tlijs coat The design shown represents Nn 152 of :Kvcryhdy's Journal' Paper l\ntte»n«. nnd is cut in two sizes—suitable for girls of 8 and 10 years. This pattern if one of an oti'fit of nine taste...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 30 January 1914

/ A HOME-MADE HAIR GROWER MARVELS. Datlnf? the lant."few year? announn^mcnts ?£■ have appealed •occfl*ionaUy teHm? how to .• xttftke tv-te^Hy g»M)d haiT 'tome that wo»ild . actually make th*'hair prow, and it gives as great ploa«ure to learn that po ninny who { have tried U bav« obtained Mich remarkable *-Twnlt8. One lady ffri'm tint immediately ! . after readine the formula, she went; to her ^ chemist and had it put. np as 'directed, loz •»' Lavona d* Comrosec,"^ dram menthol crya <• tal«, and 3 os bay rum Rh* tnnkthis hnras . , and althouzh her hnir had been falling ou'*j i terriblv nnd she w.is threatened with hald * nee?, she wm R«t<->ni-h*d nnd deliab* ed t« ' * aole that the fhlliti^ouf- »'f the hair stopped ' immediately, and the hair itself began to ! ."ffrowinan amazing manner. Iniact, bIus I . ♦ at?-t9s tbit it has already grown nearly S ! inches in a little ^-ovor two montho. She y mbW<i tho'tonic Into therootN twice a d-iy , for the fi...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Court Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 30 January 1914

'Court Fixtures. ■ . ' The following nre the'Police Ma^ie ''^rate'a days ot attendance at fho . courts of this pact of Che Caatlerauirie , District:— Laheefield—Wednesdaya, 11 a.m. .-Jancary 21, February <18, March 18 • April 15, May 20, jane 17. Ramsey— Wednesday?, 2 .30 p;m , on same dates as liiuceSeld, Woodcnd—:Mondnys, 3 pm. J iui - , nary 12 and 26 •; February 9 und 23 March 9 and 23 ; April 27 , May 11 r and 25. and Jane 22. Kyneton—Tuesdays, 10 a.m. Jan i Bary 6, 13, and 27 ; February .3, 10, ; and 24., March 3, 10, 21, and 31 ; ; April 7 and 28:; May 5, 12, and .26 ; ; and Jnnp 2, 9, 23, and '30. Licensing Courts will he hold as follopg :—Lancefield district (held at • Rom-ey)—January "21, February 18, ' March 18, April 15, May 20, and vjnnn 17. Kyneton—January '6, February 3, March-3, April 7, May 5, nnd-June r'2 On 31 December, 1912, the'to*al 1 • area nf Orown landn in Victoria wan : 35,618,299 aisrpu. wHilflf private tandfl ^totalled 30,626 461 acres. Of the ...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Cricket Association. FIXTURER. The following is the list of District Cricket Association fixtures [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 30 January 1914

Cricket Association. KlXTCRKf. Tho following is 'ho Hut of District Qrioket Awuiiatinn fi«tnrcfi — .jnnOHi-y 10—U'diloH v. Horn any; Kflwhaiii v. Lnnopfield. Janopry 17—Ijaneoficld v. Riddell; JTowhnm v. Romnoy. Oanaary 24—Romnoy v. LanooBe Riddell v.Nuwham. Jnnunry 81 — Roraaay v, jRiddoll; Lanoefaeld v. Nowhnm. t Febrnary 3—Riddell v. iancefield ; Romsey v Nowham. February 14—LaucoEold v. Rom; •Bey; Dewham v. Riddoll. February 21—Riddell v, Rotnaey.; Nowham v. Lanoefiold. Fobrunry 28—LanccGold v. Rid« •■dell; Newham v, Romsey. March 7—Romsey v. .LaneeSeld .Riddell v. Kowham. March 14—Romsey v. Riddell:; -iLanccfiold v -Nowhnm, Maroh 21—First and second >fceama , :play off. March 2B — Oha]lengo 'match if Trantei All matches to be,played on ground -■of-firat-Damedolab.

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 30 January 1914

I 3=-=-- ... Warning. AVING luiil u valuable ranru unci ; tt^vural slu>*p killoil by i>«—bhl 1 have d«:ciiic*il Lo pro.smiu* ouy<M>o Emoting with any kltui of riliu on the Twin I Hills Dbtntu. I K. TI. GRKHV. Stud Noticcs. rro Stand this season at " Rock ■- lands," Romsey, and travel the surrounding, districts, The Clydesdalo Stallion, - ^EI». 2ES 3® — (15.S31 C.S.B., Imp.). FUED is a bountiful brown colt, foaled in Scotland in 1909, anil one of the most magnificent Clydesdales ever imported to Australia. He has al ready proved himself a sure foaigetter. Stpiulim; on a beautiful set 01 legs, heavy bone, full of substance and character, and has a beautiful flow of straight, fine Imir. SIHK Everlasting (ll,.i31 G.S.B.), who was never beaten in the show ring and was champion at tho II. and A. S. Show when a two-year-old. He is a popular sire, and was hired for 11913 at tho Royal Northern SliO'.v in Julv. His record is a total of 27 prizes, with 15 representatives, w...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Romsey Monthly Market. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 30 January 1914

Romsey .Monthly ;Markefr,#j $,U:h»vk M.-PV' i t^coR »nd Co . > <v p.iir pbv:i,c Irctci nsnnl mniithly kiJc «•'? N-»v, I9ih iop^ when-294, bond of fjiM Ic cjuwf^.J.o'bHnfl, --A. c«m»H . rionmnd exited, rV»-7ilroktJuV-tnhil'' olimranee vvaw t-'fTnited.- Milkom, me.* dium -quality, to £7 10s v 8pnn"f>,s' lipiinrp, to £6; hnclc wnrd-to £5 i 3Ofj; backward boiferF. (ffcEMO*, hit i bulinuWs, nr lines, nt -GO find, £8 5>i: : store buHacks,v to 0£5 1 I liiu'p, G7s;Gd, .G5s, GUs,v. 55s i>nd 40**: heifers, in linep, /87k 6d,<v:67stH, 65k,^ 57s ()rt, 55s, 50s mid 49s ;■ Dortdv wr-tv 'o 35s ; far <»owr, to £6 10s; ht?ofy ro £5 5s ■; uoocl- etoru <jowp, to £3 15p. Piirfl-'Licrht. v'*'d"tCithe demand w»s Krifik and nrices oblamod ; w(>i-o luiiltly pal is(uc^oi'VJ.V^o':'yv,U',,\<>i IleKt bucon sold >ifc fromv.70s *o 84-6 ; DthiMR fronv65-i G ' ; (dtp?:, to «J5* ; *,r» >«iu*k«rH to hunt*, Knoep V 700 peuMi'd, tho niuj.ii...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 30 January 1914

r.gjftti wiuiiraaiiaiTiaacTaaRai'aa ajgacrij -RAILWAY AND TRAMWAY Pv/SEEiS SHOULD USE fas M$FBPJsfsa» §S*Efiffi£iri @ & TisllSBP uiin MR. CHARLES ROC1C, of 42 Gl.tden Slrcci, CsM Dr,jn;.*.vich, 33 years in the Mclbonrre TrctrKav and O.IT Company, writw, on 2/4/12 CLEMENTS TOKIC LTD. " In December, 1911, I was laid up with pleurisy, so serious tee doctor ecssntted sactfior. For three dco-s KY TEMPEKA TOKE WAS 104 DEGREES, f/iy LIFE V/AS DESPAIRED OF, but through taking the doctor's advice i live .to-day. He advised my wife Vo get CLEMENTS TONIC for uot?i 'there was lite in that medi cine.' W1:cr: be said, ' liic- ia Clements Tonic.' they were the TRUEST WORDS HE EVER UTTERED. I v/osid have been in my lait resting place enly for that grand medicine. Had my wife paid £40 for the bottle she wouid have bad gcod value. I have seen a lot of lostimnninb about CLEMEKTS TOi.iC in books ar.d papers, l<nt what 1 find fault wiih is that every writer has utterly failed (o pve '...

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

General. Wo learn from the " Homsny, Examiner'-' that Mr Harry Whito hud to undergo an operation in Melbourne recently. Mr White's many friends will he pleased to learn that the oper ation was successful, and that he "will shortly be about again. Another -satisfactory revenue return was issued during the "weekly the Bailway.Commis sioners. It shows that from the financial year, July 1st to January 14th, the receipts of the Department amounted to .42 973,494, or 4212,734 more than during the same period of 1912-13. The principal .in creases were ,£147,930 from goods traffic, and 42;),325 from passenger traffic. During the seven days ended January I'Ath the revenue was .4117.542. or 42,390 in excess of that during iihe same week of last year. There was an increase of 49,595 in respect of goods traffic, but the returns from pas senger -traffic showed a de crease of 42.354. A painstakii.g statistician has estimated that tips of one kind and another paid daily in Paris to waiters, janito...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Australian Aborigines. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 30 January 1914

Australian Aborigines. 1 The Australian Aborigines (Buys JJtshop Frodshaui in "Tho Cornhill Magazine) have considerable dra matic instinct, aud their' dances are extremely interesting and var ied. One favourite dance, probab ly. connected with a I-umc priud-.: plo of .life, is wearisome beyond measure to the white eye, * l>ut this is: not the ease with: eorroborees il-, iustrativo"- of life- in thobush. One such dance, I\have>.scun,... por trayed a-turtle hunt—in • whirh tho turtle lifting: its head above the water seemed possessed with the spirit of: elusive "humour; In- an othor fa\*ourito dance tho young men of the tribe mimicked .a tribe dingoes quarrelling over the imagi nary carcase of a kangaroo. This__ dance, I remember, once ended in peals of laughter, as two of the naked players, fighting like angry dogs- over a real bone, rolled to gether into the burning wood-ushes of the camp fire. The last dramatic corroboreo I saw was descriptive of three Chi nese squabbling tog...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Obituary. MR. R. MATTHEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 30 January 1914

'Obituary. MR,. R. MATTHEW?. The news of tlio Senth of Mr HtVh aril Matthews, of Rnqliford, whtnli oooarrml on Monday, ]9tb oamn an soraewliaiof a ntiorik. A.lthoupb it •»?a3 known liia ■condition wan such n« to neoemrifato a-n operation, ho had been m Itenoofield tt feto days boforp, .and seemed in/bin '■cnntomnry snod apirifs. Ho 4)«d s;oiio into fho Kvrte rtoii Hospital, -and xv:m to have been I oper/ited upon on (bo Tuesday or] WednendBy, bnt Deaili iuforvrnpi). J The titioensod w otio of tho oMppt residents of the district, though only ■63 yours of n(?Q. He whs at one time a compositor, arid afterwords a Tint. <jhpr, and whilo following' the liifto •oonapation at Boseda'ie und -elpewlino •had a (rood many -mounts iq Iioibo «aceB. io 4h°b youmr days tiowas ike»n competitor in pedestrianiem. ]'or nbout twenty-five yearn he was •secretary to the Lancofield lodgn of , ithe lodopendent'Orderof Oddfellows, Manchester Unity, ftnd carried out ithe duties most faithfully and ...

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