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WHERE LIVING IS CHEAP. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 30 January 1914

WllEftE L1V1XU IS CHEAP. "The cheapest pluce in the world is Antioeh, in Syria," suys a re turned traveller. "l$eing 011 tho Mediterranean; the climatc is just right in the colder months. 1 oncu passed u winter there, and till it cost my wua X.I a .week, though 1 leased a lmu house and kept three eervunls. .For the house 1 paid -0s. a month real, while thv servants wero satisfied ^ with 2s. a week. Mutton cost lid. a. pound. l-Kgs wero a penny u dozen, aud chickens UJd. eucli, The finest of fruit and vegetables" (in February, too !) were so cheap that they were not Bold in quantity. You got all you want ed for so much per week. All I ro» quired for my household cost mo Iff. weekly. An American resident of Antioch told me-that ho and his family lived comfortably on £30 a xear.."

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Publications. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 30 January 1914

Publications. The February issue of " Life " is a breezy and widely represen tative numuer. The frontispiece depicts adventures wilh, a kang aroo on a wayback station ; a railway president shows how the breakdown gang of a great rail way system works; Mr A. H. E. Mattingly tells the life-story of the penguin;, Mr Carlyle Smythe writes a vigorous article on Aus tralia as a colonising power, and an anonymous writer criticises freely the administration of the Northern Territory. ■'

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 30 January 1914

w. A, JOHNSTON, Commission Agent, &c. 3Uprc*enting * Ma»>Hoy-H«rna'M«obinery Co. M. Peolc Had 80111*, Stock aud Laud AgetitH. London and Laucafchlro J?ire Id Biirttoco Co, Jwplemeata nntl Machinery Farts stocked M .LancefieM Office, corner Crecsent and DnnsiQ^J.street, Anctiojifl, Ctc. Adamson, Strettle and Co., Prop. Ltd., -STOCK & STATION AGENTS ■ ■ Victoria Horse Bazaar, BOURFCK ST., MF.LTiOURNR. Hold srilfln of IforBoH ft tlio flaraur Ovff ry SVcrtnewliiy. At Newmarkot— RHF.EP—Tho?i1ivi>. FAT CATTLE—Wednesdayr,$ At Oomoration Markot— PIOS & CAT.VES—'Thnnrfny*. DAIR-y & STORE CATTr.K—Fridayo Land fine] Clearing Sales con ducted in any part of the State. Lancefield Market Tirat Monday in Each Month. Pad! information can b© obtained from their representative, A. J. O-CALLAGHAN"; LaticefiuM Office;—High Street. * 'Ffirms For Sftlo and To Let. fnsttranccH Eftocced. Loans "N^potraie^ Monday, 2nd February, '14, LANCEFXELD STOCK MARKET ADAM80X, STRE...

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

:MR .VVM, DU.VVDEN. ©ythe dpHbh-of .&!■*• William "Dow id»*n >(who ipafned -.>*wuy at t.hyirfci* <denco >uf -lna ^woti, &\»emantk, W-€i*t Au*tr>«V»i, toward* t>h« -doae *>f hu»t 3*e«nj HHoth«r .link-with the post ha «d»«i,pprNied M r {D^wde-ii, who «•»« /b-irn in ISJM^trofc *o a*mfrnin«; Jife 411 thojigeiof fourteen. Ht* .spout, flix Tyeara on uepioun -whip*, an-d vwited ; ^zttHiiy ipirrtH.«fr ftho world. tta-rly in ti&iO'litt gH.y«ii)p«bw tihi.p Ht Sydney,. umm1 hlioi rly h4u»i whicih x»an»i» t«> Vu: ••toria. W'lum »Laiu'.et>eld district :^iKt^tfrflCfcd *wtk'lH, ikj <«aine here •wiili f'he Vrtiiuimrii, arriving about tbo year iSo7. He cwmud on tauti •ini* operation* <for li .number of years t j{ochfo{d,'4od httefou .came to livo in il»u towioahiju Ho was an active member of <4"-e Clrnich-of Enjrlaaid iu athe e&tly daya, atni look a prominent 'part in the work «uon<)«ot-ed ...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Lancefield Racing Club. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 30 January 1914

Lancefleld RacingClub, ANNUiti MKKTINO. That' interest in (he Lanae&ofd Ilnuiug Club'» fixtures is re-nwukei. ing wno shown by the fsot that tlia nttonditnee at the annual meeting hold on Tuesday eveningnt the Simm rock Hotel, was tho lareost for sqmo yearn. The President (Mr A. John ston) presided. Tho minutes of gereral previous meetings were lend. ■ On the motion of Mr M.Mnher, the office-bearers wer^ re-.ippointed, as follow;—President, Mr A. John ston ; patron, Mr M. Koy \ vice president, Mr. K. S. Graham ; stew, nrdn, Messrs Johnston, Poy, Urah«m, J. Trindles, Muher, S. It. Johnston, T. Griffin, and J. Harlny; honorary inedinnl offioer, Dr Finniss; judge, Mr 11. 6. Rnbinsun ; sturtei, Mr K. 8. Graham ; ' olerlc of soales, Mr J. MoKlhinney, bon. vet. surgeon, Mr R. Fyuns; handicapper. Mr A. H. Cot, offioinl measurer, Mr7 O. B. Graham; timekeeper, Mr O. M*e phorson ; hon. treasurer, Mr B. Reilior, It was decided to appoint Mr H. J. Bockland Melbourne repre sentative in p...

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

The State School. Duriof? the holiday* tho contractor for m»d r«»ov»»tii)tih at thi* Lnnoufield Stutn Snhool bun Iiulii pushing tho wutk on. It, will bo n month, probably, before tho work i« (JompluU'd' Tho lSilucution Depm-t men*, by ftN mumuM*, h»H boon wry humid indiOerunt. in tho muttnr *jf bnuBinu tho hoIioWh in tho un'iintimu. it in niiti the Dopurtnuinf'H reply iih to wlu'ro Hohool who to bo held whs that fliHiu wero two iqo(tir nvailablo ; but (he contractor found it inipoHHiblo to Ijmvo tho childieii tiusro, oven it' the loomK would Hooonncodnto them. Tho Board nf Advioo secured tho Cliuroli of Euffl'iud HchooUrooiij, which Mccorojuodatort tbo children nicely, nud hubuol opuntd thero on 'i'uotfdny, Tho board i»re hti'II iu" rjffiuiiO. tt[.rvo'•'ii! ■■■; H.eu' \

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 30 January 1914

Licensing Redaction Board. Some little time ago the Licen sing inspector visitetl Lancefield, ami with Sgt. Mackay paid visits of inspection to the Jiotels. The Licenses Reduction Board will hold its sittings for the Lancelield district on Tuesday, February 24. The hotels to be considered, for the deprivation of three houses of their licenses,are the six at Lance field, the four at Romsey, the three at Newham ; the Boundary Hotel, and the Bridge Inn, on the Kilmore road. On the form for licensees to fill in are questions as to the ingoing (if lessees), goodwill, stock, furniture, number of rooms and how utilised, the number of bedrooms available for the use of the public and the family, number in family, number of servants, number of beds ; the tariff charged for meals, beds, and stabling; the number of meals served, and of boarders; the stabling accommodation ; de_ tails of the building's construc_ tion, and the takings. Licen_ seesleasing premises have to state" the length of thei...

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

THE KtiCtiXT 15PIDHJMICS OP SMALLPOX AND UlPHTrtRUU Would certainty not hfcveituiuod audi pro portions if film hyuleuiu fact were u»ore ^unernily Vnnwn that the diniofcotiou of tho mouth by a reliahle and harmless antiitftp* tic is 11 urwit factor, uot ouly agnmst *uuh l'»u;il throat riiwaw# a* diphtheria, toniil* ituM, ((iiinoy, ucul aote throat, huk uiaintit h1 ftihooQtB whbro tho iufeutioti it thr«'Uuh (be throat or retp'ratory tract. Ny putting A drops of HANDKK'8 EUCf'A UVXM'I KXTHACT pu a picoe of M' vuqnr, ami allowing it to diisnlvo iu Jbfr raouth, that cavity is thoroughly diBiti footed. The volatile nature of 8ANDBIW KXTKACT maV«i» H penetrate every crevice SANDKR'S KXTKAO'C Is uot nauseoua nor* depressing like the commou micaiyptiie *no • posbCBbUB great antUeptio power. By u»iug SaNUJSK'8- EXTKAvi'you avoid tho on- ; u»rUiu composition of the luzeuge; y°,u have tho loouHtpf the ntrongent fiutUcptlo tliut o;ui be used with infcty, aq<1 the suit i6 protection fr...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
For Life and Licence. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 30 January 1914

For Lifeand Licence. The indications are that there will be no Msluntary or willing; surrenders of hotel licenses in Lanceiield. Prac tically all the licensees are at work producing outward and visible signs of being needful to and appreciated by the public. Painters, signwriters, and furnishers are at work, and the cheerful clang of the carpenter's hammer brea&s the stillness. With one or two exceptions, renovation and enlarging are the order of the day. As with the two women grinding the corn, "one wiiC be taken and the other left." Owners and licensees will be in easily understood uncertninty until the Re duction Board points an authoritative finger and declares "you're-the one." As in the "Bab' ballad, "The delicntc question 'which Of us two goes to the pot ?1 arose, And we aruunl it out bp 8icb." It is understood the name of the Macedonia Hotel is to be changed 10 ■"The Lancefield Club Hotel," and a very large sum spent in renovations. A full copy of the board's report ...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Factories Act. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 30 January 1914

The Factories Act In the light of the penalty in flicted on the L^ncefield Dairy Co. under the Factories Act, the following cases may be interest ing:—The licensee of the Yarra Family Hotel was charged with failing to comply with the de termination of the Hotel Employ ees Wages Board, and pleaded guilty. The evidence showed three employes were not receiving the amount stipulated. The ar rears (9s 6d per week) were paid as soon as the breach was pointed out. A fine of 2s 6d was imposed in each case. William Waters, caretaker of the National Trustee Co., who had also paid .the ar rears, was fined 2s 6d for paying two men less than the Office Cleaners' and Lift Attendant's Board's award. The Bacchus Marsh Concentrated Milk Co. was fined Is for employing two tin smiths at lower rates than speci fied. The prosecution was laid on the matter of overtime only. The Lancefield Dairy Co. was fined 30s, with 31s costs, in each of two cases. The difference in penalties probably arose from the fa...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Waterworks Trust. THE POSITION EXPLAINED. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 6 February 1914

.S in -'vrm tfcfc fOSITlOV EXPLAINED, ( . 'hie 'ma&thrp sitting 6f this Lance *«dWaterwork8 Trust on Friday-was ctiioSj devoted to explanations of the condition of the supply. Cmr. Foy, chairman, said he would report of-1 ficis.Hy what everyone of them was personally aware of-that the per I ennial'tronble had arisen here again. J Orrihg almost entirely to the lavish, J manner in which the residents used' | the water for gardens, the supply at 1 present waa entirely from the creek. I The watet was running over the notch I of the weir, and should no more dry I weather come, it ensured- a suppply, I For neatly st fortmght:eachhalf of the § town was supplied for half a day. A ;| great many people thought they were a entitled to ase the water .for their 3 gardens, as ranch as they pleased. 1 They were not an irrigation trust;, a When the» waiplenty'of water the § ratepayers were welcome! to' it. The § services of an inspector were enlisted, § who had made some investigations, If ...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 6 February 1914

62 HomMtaad rorms. Farmers' Sons! Now is you • opportunity ! The chance of a lifetime I 52,124 acres of splendid wheat land, easily improved, have been made available for selection on 2nd March, I9I4. The land is situated in the famous Wyalong wheat district, nearly all the blocks ranging from 800 to 1157 acres, and it is within 2 to 13. miles of the railway now being built from Wyalong to Cudgel* lico. R. O. DRUMMOND, Land Agent (15 years practising before the. Land Boards), Lockhart, N. S. W., prepares applications!' lodges deposit, attends Land Board (no personal attendance of applicants necessary at the bal" lot) and does all the'work in con nection with applications for a FEE of ios ONLY. Why pay more, for the same -work? .ffo rental for first five.years. " Write to me at once for pians and appli* cation forms. I have a good knowledge of the country and can highly recommend it to land seekers— [ADVT.J The aunual Home Mission Ef fort of the Methodist Church is advertised. , Full...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Auctions. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 6 February 1914

Auctions. Next 'Monday, '9th inst.. the Victorian Producers'Co-operative Co. hold their opening stock sale at Woodend. On the same day Messrs Wm. Skelly and Co. and Chas'. Hamilton will hold their monthly sale at Kilmore. At both places big yardings will be offered. The "Glenfern" Estate .will be offered by Messrs Pearson, ■ Rowe, Smith and Co., at the Mechanic's Institute, Romsey, at 2 p.m. on Monday. The *' Mun-* diwa" Estate (N.S.W.), of 20,000 acres, is offered for subdivisionat sale. Full particulars' arc adver> tised. A la4 named Joseph' HobbS was caught between the buffers of two- trucks while assisting .in shepp - trucking operations at the Lancefield station on Mon day. His chest and back were badly bruised; but the fact that both trucks were moving, and in the same' directipn, 6aved him. frotn serious injury;.

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Cricket. ASSOCIATION MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 6 February 1914

Cricket. ASSOCIATION MATCHES.. The match between Rottisey and Riddell last Saturday ended in a draw. Romsey made 170 fof 6 wickets, and Riddell had ond wicket down for 127. In the Park on Saturday Lance* field had an easy victory over Newham; the visitors being all put out for 35 ; while Lancefield put up 161 for 8 wickets ; all hit up in an hour and a half. Lance field led y b4 points at end of the first round. Lancefield go to Riddell to morrow. The team will be chosen from—Derrick, R. Guthridge, F. Murphey, Reiher, White (2), Gar side, M. Nicholls, Clarke, Bristow, Gilbert,. Loats,. Jones and Perry Umpire, Mr T. Shanahan.

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 6 February 1914

IiIVK STOOK. RAILED Mr W. A. Johnston, 'jpipint for MeBBrs J. M. Peek and SooVf'ty, Ltd., repoitn hnviiiit railed to Newniftrket from LanoeBnld on February 2nd the following sheep and lambs R. Dublin, 603 merino wethers to 16< Id, iivor»Kir,R 15b ; C. H. Uuntcy, 85 xbred wethers at 18h 4d,17 eweHl&s 7d, 10 lamba 12# lOd; Q. R. Groeu 92 wetheiH lo 18« 3d, averaging 17a 3d ; C. ilemphill 45 *bred wetbers at 19a 8d, 9 ewes )4h fid ; J. Hnrley 63 tombo at 13h 6d , Alex. Johnston 29 ewes at 14a 3d, 600 xbred owoa and 13 Lincoln rums were sold privately lit oatinfnotoiy fiunres, Mr B. S. Gruhuqj being the j/uroliaaor.

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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LANCEFIELD STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 6 February 1914

LANCEFIELD STOCK SALE. Adamson, Strettle aud, Co. ,.Pty. Ltd report bavins held thjiitir tiBaal monthly sale oc their Lnncoflfila yirds on Monday last. They yiijfHcd 375 heiid of cat tin. 2,200 shSPp find » lnrco number of pigs. Thai's was a large attendance of buyotV flnd keon Competition existed tliro(l|{hotit tho sale. All classes of catile nold well, and vealers brought exceptional prices: Although the supply of sheep waB large, good prices were .obtained nil round ; biddings for weaners being particularly free. The quality of bacon pigs yarded at this sale wan unusually high. Other deaoriptions were also in good request, Tbey Hold: Springers, showing quality, £6 to £10; others, £4 to £5 16s ;■ springing heifers irnde to £5 10s; backward, £3 10s to £4 10s; store cons, £3 to £3 15s, fat bullooka, £7 to £10 (one pen of 11 nice Quality bullooks, licrbt weiffhlR, the property of Mr P. McCarthy, made £9); fat cowb, JE5 10a to £6 I2j 6d ; beofy uowb, £3 10a to £4 12h 6d; boifera, 2 ye...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 6 February 1914

WooHmiuijtfoll'tlifit'itieO'! -do not'littetiipf to.fto*Ko;.:n»tol votil-Imv.o jH'<icur<Ml .. h;.^(ioo<1 Ar«>s-from,1 .A* AVilIianis, Dnnhfoi'd^Blveot. L/'icubfrid,*1 li\ so (loinir». vnUr wilt ooiisidorably 'lightun yonr t«sk. :* • :r~>: ' I The ■ v. ^a,* v^r 7?^: ft ■ Brcmchj.fcts.4£«ts x-, J^W Cure." JPf • FfJW // L/sfef ^ X (ZT° ,y 1 - —-r l !' ' "/w'1 7*7 v/ r — | y l^Jsk 1st "l-** sII&hsshS^. : $S-82k»? \«s^$ ft prt/ •Kt^np^U-wsS ijaffiBn^ Heame's BrosicM&Is Core Those who linve taken this -medicine arc amazed at itSiSplendio ■healing power. Sufferers from Bronchitis, Coujjh, Croup,' Asthma, Hoarseness, Difficulty of Breathing, Pain or Soreness in the oheSl, experience delightful i'.nc] rapid relief, and to those who are subject to Colds on die Chest it is invaluable, es it eficcls « complete cure, lit is most comforting in .allaying irritation in tlio Ihront mid giving Strength to the Voice,ond it neither allows a Cough o...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Markets. MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. Melbourne, Tuesday. The Gippeland and Northern Co-operativ Selling Co. Ltd. report as follows:— [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 6 February 1914

Markets. MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. Melbourne, Tuesday. The'Gippeland and Northern Co-operativ Selling Co. Ltd. report as follows :— Wheat — F.n.q , 3a 0d; fowls' wheat, 3s 4Jr| to 3a 5d; infrri«»r lower. Oats—Milling Is 9d to In lOd; feed, Jb 8t to la9d for best y Is 64 to lo 7d for medium. Barley—Choice English scarce, 3a Gd ; Rood, Sa 2d to 3s 4d; no inquiry for medium; Cape, la Id to 2s 3d, according to quality. Maize—'Che demand for this has fallen right away. The nominal price to-dayjia 4st but no husinesa 1b doing. Chaff— Heavy quaatitieo have como for* ward this week, and the market is mnch easier. Prime oaten is polling: at £3 to A3 2a 6d ; but lower grades are very difficult io clear at prloea ranging down to £2 12a 6d to £2 15?. Potatoes—Price this week has been mnch lower, and to-day prime Carmane in new bags aro selliup at £% 15s ; small and grcon lines are hard to clear; Piukeyes are worth £2 15a to £3. Onions—Brown Spanish aro now arriving and prime lines are realising £...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 6 February 1914

MJCSKHS. OKAKKK.SOX, atul PI ATT,'j GoCir.H'.oeliuroli Street,j«ndon R.p», | .Mid Messrs Gordon ond tiotch, .St.. Hri*to i S{?ivt. I.oyfjon, rtfcivc AdvortiseinuntB in 5'-hK»a.in or tin«rti«in in the M*:iicuuy! Fth-s of tne Mnucoivv iiidv he inspoctod in ubovo until you are worse before , starting a campaign,, against j disease. No matter'Iio\v slight , may be^our indisposition your ' duty to yourself demands that ' immediate steps be talcon to disperse it. Of course, you ! expect to get better and not %vorse, but where health is in -question you are never/unfitted in leaving, anything to chance, and, as is well known, indis« g position, insteadof disappearing oi its own sweet will, frequently, develops serious disorders if neglected. . Your safest course .is to i which are the World's finest household remedy for the. cor rection of derangements of-the stomach, liver, or kidneys. Slight hpadaches, loss of appe tite, a'nasty taste in the mouth and other little symptoms of tfyat sort ...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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A Clean Bill. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 6 February 1914

A Clean Bill. The annual report of the Health Officer (Dr. Finniss) to the Lance field'Shire Council was as fol lows :—Sir, I have the honor to report that during the past year the health and sanitary state of the shire have been very satis factory. I have inspected various premises during the yearandfind them clean and the sanitary con dition excellent. No cases of in fectious disease have occurred. I reported one case of chronic tubercular affection of the lungs, which ended fatally. The patient had been ill five years, and had resided in Lancefield only six or seven months, and was affected when he came here. I have had the rooms he occupied disinfected with formalin gas and sulphnr, and proper precautions taken to have all the articles used by de ceased burnt or disinfected.

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