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A Pioneer's Visit. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 13 February 1914

A Pioneer's Visit. On 6th February the anniver saryo f'Black Thursday," one of Lancefield's pioneers Mr John Govett, visited the State school ami addressed the scholars. He told Of his adventures in the early days, and described his experi ences in the "Black Thursday"' of 6l years ago. He invited the to a cricket match in the Park school hours, and gave a tangible droof of his intrest in the local rising generation by presenting the school with a spring bat, a set of wickets and a couple of cricket balls. He also providec ample refreshment for all present. At the conclusion of thef match Tom Griffin called for three cheers for Mr Govett, and it is needless to say there was a very hearty response.

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SOME TRIED RECIPES. CURRANT SODA CAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 13 February 1914

SOMH THTED KI2CIPES. CUR1UNT -soiu; O'AKB. | 1 lb Hour, . i lb currants, \lb brown or moist sugar, . fc lb butter, 2 cgtfs, i 2 louspoonftils trendiv . 1 leuspoon ful bi-cnrbotuitu of soda, I pint milk. . Method.—mix the .ilour and soda,, rub in the.butler, add sugar and. currants, then the trcaele,-milk, and bcalon e#gs. • •• llent all.. well- tor gclher, Till in two woU-bntlored cape moulds, and . bake iu a moderately hot oven - for about li hours.

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 13 February 1914

The veteran Pyalong coun cillor, Mr J. Patterson, of Emu Fiat, was flrivine to church on Sunday, 1st inst., with his wife and Miss F. Mackenzie, ,whcn the pony shied at some timber at the Campbell's Creek culvert. The occupants of the vehicle were thrown out; Mr Patterson coming ' off worst by suffering abrasions I and shock.

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Appointment [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 13 February 1914

Appointment Mr John Derrick has been ap pointed a Commissioner for tak ■ ing Affidavits. As we had no resident Commissioner in the I town the appointment should save I delay and inconvenience to the public.

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CLOSE SEASON FOR GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 13 February 1914

iCLOSE REASON ;EOB GAME. 'Tho V\Vliok> Year.—•LfttighioR .jackass. «etnu» Iiftogi>r«o >' (grey aiiW'vjk^, flyro-binlfl, imtivo heaiM, or/In, swallows, rsiojjokes. plnty-p-.is, otc. .Fr"in Htli (iny- of Junoitn tbe:20th day-of ■ Dcfembei'.iu hh«i year.—lUnok cwau, wild gceso <» all Uiuda. : SFr«»tu 1st- da> of'AnQWBt iu esch >eur to thi'.-l»Rfc.dayr.tif.Feliin.n-y 'following.-—Quail, j brouzo*«i»fjc'd. orvtlier wiUl^igcoiiB, insH.* ITrom Ist'.dny of .September toWte loth* dny ufiD«ue*nb«T iu-cach yv.ar#—Hlnck ft«h . fYwtn lot-tiny of May ta the 3l«t day of A«^»sc in <«nih Ymtr.-^Knjdi&ti'trout Kiu.n lpt.July to "loth October in oach y*>nr.—-Murray ci>u, penri'i, and broaiu.

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Rabbit Destruction. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 13 February 1914

Rabbit Destruction. I Four of the Vermin Depart , merit's men destroyed by poison ; 4,579 rabbits between January 20 : and January 31. They didn't I work on the Sunday; but no ; doubt the poison did. Two of J the men were operating in the j Kyneton districts and two in the Pyalong district. In one pad dock of 328 acres, 1,000 of the pe?t were poisoned. The bait used was apples dosed with strychnine.

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LANCEFIELD RAILWAY. MELBOURNE TO LANOR[?]BLD. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 13 February 1914

LANCEFl'ELD tfAlLWAi.i 1 MuLtODI'.ME .'10 (LiSORKIiLD. Molbonrne ... ... ..dep. 6.40 liancefielii Junction ci$p.>8.50 Bolinda .., ... " $• Monufft'fcUi V:,.,. v„, §' § Noith'MotiC^ieftft:: § § Komiifty ■ . ►..'lOplO Laucenoid, -aft. il0/i5 ' • •; U'.tfl NfefeavW ■■ T» 42 Lftncc^tetd. Uiitiofciori arr^T.10 dop-pf t §; RomB^y..., ... $ % 1 Luneefield ' "*'?.)* '•../* •art \.:8.15' •On Saturday*,. itliin 'train leaves Md^bourne at'6.30 iin'd^rcacheB.Lanoe fiold at'93 pah. tlj A NC KB I Bb 0 TO Me&BOUHNE, ' 'A3M. Gancefiold... ..... .... >d$p.'lM> Rouisey ... ... .J7.55 LanceBold .ffuaotibuurn6:24f, d$p *8.'41 Sfclbourno... .... .... , ,.;9.45 'I'M. Liinctifiold •„ .... dep.5.0 Uomaey ... ... ' '5.25 LttncefieldOuuctiou >arr.:G;ll Melbdatno .... .... .*..arr. (7:27 Distance from LancoQeld'to Melbourue, 45] uiilvB Height, of iLaucofi6lil above ibe eoallavel, 1561 feet. •L*HonriKBD'RaxiwaT. . Faroe.—Lancdield to Melbourne—(ordin ary fftrts)—l»t class*.: single ".7», re...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Fire Started by Lightning [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 13 February 1914

Firs Started bjr Lightn/nz Last ^ricl.-i./ evening a tree in Mr Jos. E:id .s' paddock, adjoin ing Mr Waittr Connor,s property, was struck by lightning and set on fire. Sparks set fire to the grass, but fortunately the lire was observed by neighbors and passers-by and extinguished after burning a few acres of grass. It had spread to within about 30 yards of Mr Connor's haystack.

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE DISTRICT COURTS (104[?]) [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 13 February 1914

01H-E (DISTRICT ^COURTS (ion>>i The 'Police Magistrate 'f&Ir A.'j *B*rlowi) afctcndR the 'toHowing-courta on«tlie days-specified. rPETTY SESSIONS. Caatlemaine—-Kvery Friday, at llOajm; oxcept fourthlFriday in mouth. Kyjioton—Kvery Tuesday, at 10 a.m., ! except third Tuefday in month. Du^luaford—Kvory Wednesday, at 10 aon. exc«pt^bird.We(lucBday'(iQ the month. ; | Mnldoit—-First aud third Mondays io the, i month, nt'Il'3(l ftitu, :i I Tronthum—First aud third Thursdays in I | mnalh, at l0.30 Rim. I Wcodeud—Sccoiid arid-fourthMondays in. | mouth-ut'.3 p.'n. .• I (vhewtou—Fir96J*7nMi\y;io"i3onfchiit3p.m. I Turndulo—1F;rat -Tuesday -io -month at 3 j p.m. 'Fryerotcnvu—Second Saturday iu month nt IG-mtn, M Hlumbury—Second Tuosday • in; month«t ,2,45 p.m. I Sttiibusy—Fourth ^Friday «in 'month ;-at ! 2 p tn. BUokv,'flod—.Second Thursday -in month at 10 -««m Gisborna—JFourth Thursday in month .at 1 10a.m. (ilcnlyon—-First Wednesday in tuontlvat •2H0|>ini. _ l.aiMelleld—Third...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local Holidays. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 13 February 1914

Local Holidays. Tuesday, February 17, has been gazetted a public holiday in the shires concerned, for the annual school's excursion of Lancefield, Romsey, and Sun bury. Wednes day March 4, will be a public holiday in the Romsey shire for the local Agricultural Society's show; but the Lancefield council has not asked for a holiday here on that day. .Gat on the Ro!\ !j\Inviewof the possibility of a 4lpuble dissolution in the Federal •taplitical arena, the Common wealth electoral officials suggest that all eligible voters should take the opportunity of inspect ing the new rolls which have been prepared in Victoria, and which ! may be seen at any post-office, I If an election .should be hurriedly decided upon there might not be anopportunity for printing later rolls, and therefore no chance of of securing enrolment should be lost.

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LAW RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 13 February 1914

1.AW .'RELATING '.TO J (NEWSPAPERS. J '1. -Rtibseriberi who 'do mtfcpiv* w ' prosa noticr'«> rho contrary aro considerod la .wi^hiuu loiCo.S'L'lNUu their aubietip* '.ion * 2. 'If «nb*cribors -order . the •tfiacoht-; :nuunco of ttiieir. periodical, the tMtiilisUor may cotitinuo to wkid tbwo mtil.AKUiUitf.are paid. : ? , 3. ilfauh.v;rti>M'* refuse or isegjtot *to ' wik*;perioffieaU from to wbicb ' :Jic7;Are^HrQ<?tetl,'tlioy4ffe iRt.spii a»HhSr >mtt( ttUe^;H»Vo nuWir'UiUa, aud jrilerad Ibo :tlie >-^iud{uaU46: bo<di^' continued. v : '■ ' 4.. fit subscribers tr*rooY« ito>-utlier' ; places **7Ub»mt»infofmii»g;lbt».pubJWffer*;' l&ud-lho.jjjijims -ave-Heni iii thuir -forme* direction, Um miWsriliera-are.rcspo»«ibi«. 5. iTbe .courto*-have decided. tb*l 'refusing to tnUo (periodical* :from tbe •jfUcebr - or leaving (bam >aa« called for iHrprima (fttcia-evidence <of .ia tentioimliFi?auj). IffubflcrilwraipAyrin *dTade«'for *« Periodical...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Fourth Page. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 13 February 1914

Fourth Pag« On oar fourth page will be found tha report of the Romaey Shirs Council meeting, and other items.

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOSTAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 13 February 1914

IBOSTA-u IKF0RMAI11I6JT. 'Mails arc -despatched from the ;Poi Office, 'LabCefield, .-as oIIowr:—'Daily Romaoy and Melbourne.(Sunday f» excepted) •*n-maH closes ftt?7 a.oi. and at 4:SO p.m. ForKmu Flat, on Tuesdays aud Fridays, cloi63 i«it ill.50. Koohford, .'Newham, and Woodond, daily, iloiea -at *2.15 p.m. Kilmore on Monday. ^Wednesday ••and Friday, atidfor-8pringflfl?d in -same- days, clnses'2,30 p.rn | 'The 'LaacefiCld iPost • Office its. closed daily 'atSp.tn. •On Saturday nights the offica opena-for [•delivery of letters At-9.30p.rn. j .on-other . nighth-&UQ.ZQ.

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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A Four-mile Tunnel. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 13 February 1914

A Four-mile Tunnel. I The AlonV d"Or tunnel between lrance and bwitzerland, ou Which i boring operations begun nearly three | years ago, was pieVced ft few [ days ago. At half-past seven in ithe evening, tho two boring gangs i which had been advancing from the i Swiss tho Frcneh sides met nnd shook hands, and it was found that the -engineers had calculated the cutting with tho greatest accuracy. The tunnel, which is UJ miles long, bores through- tho Jura mountains from.Frosne to VaUorbe, thus ob viating an cloven-mile detour by Tontnrlieiy and: should havo been pierced.' two months ago. The work, however, 'was <■ delayed by the tap ping; of a iv number of unsuspected springs-- which had been pumped dry; Tho; outrush or water at one time reached: 2,200,gallons a second. Tt is hoped to open tho new line early next year. The line, by shortonfag the journey from Vuris to Lausanne, wilt bring the winter resorts of tho •lura mountains many hours nearer LoilUon^.^

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LOCAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 13 February 1914

-LOCAL INPOR'fiimOH. J \ Xancatiald^Shiro* Council.—: Meetings'hildJ oh laet'Friday -in ev«ty n.ontb. 'Conn J cUlora : Mrosrs 0- 'Warfdill, M.lj •Fay, A. Johnston,<W.<MtIrttoab, { ney, J.H^rlov, U, F.Blaokett, R.'Hemphill, and I*. 'Graham. . 'Acting NSeereUry. Mr ' 'P, J, 'McMahon, 'Health officer,'Dr<Finals! ;Dairy inspeotor, Mr MtfKonxie, 'Pound* 'keeper, Mr. J. '•WatctUnd, ilnspeotor of nuifiaiioea, ifrtf. M'Convlle. l*ncflfiald . Waterwohka •Trurt.~J-Cooa. tniM'.onera meetilaat Friiayin «rery month. Acting Socrntary Mr P-U. McNJahon. Lancdftcld 'Horticultural Society.— fbe .committed (hold-tfc'air meeting*on the Monday on or before thorfullcioon, >9ec., I.s»&ce8«ld -Moob&n&fi* 'Institute,—-The eoromittioe moot Mcbud 'FrMay ^noaoh •mohth. :lIon.-arera?aryl' Alr J. xDerflckr; : Librarian,'Mr JohtrWatnfl&iwi. I.ancetield Ufflo GMt^Gapttin, -Mr AM. Voy.i accratary, Mr M'Elhioney. r.anctffleld Braaa 'Band.—'PraoMca -...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 13 February 1914

J.ondon Lancashire iFire Insurance 'Co. ■Alt kitrtft of 'PERSONAL AGCIDBNT *„d SlOK-NSSStBOUCIRS [),, lint dfclov completing'with tlo -ikote vr»tthyCorporation .tlWatkmtn'v Insatsuse .^iVacy. 3?iro Insnraaoo. • ffri *•» for particolawreto, imwr'cmw, ^ JlmjoiMnt, ?fffional -Accident; b;tfmet«-hMi\UD'dcr. Hone reinarkaM* ohsttgc 'biring the la*; tow years. ;Premium* havo- Vxco Tainted, bem-Jits inorcwnJ, «i».l .-nw . nhvint*, '•including fia*ur*uoo n^ainpt I)jsen«rtf». inrfH<at.e< ft jrrrat ,ji.Iva»«;rt <■» -Hwyflitrrc cmitcmplxte/1 »n tfcv «ufJy^jH5vr» «»f thfl bu&iiied«?; 'Lcml agent—H- Ooldsng, -c'Mctourj " ' . . 'THK . • tLOrtepD'N tOfl'R EfC'T CR Y t (J'iiblij'liwl •AMni.uh') : . ♦Suable .*ra«ler* iluouylu iv conmiuniifa»ti.flirr«:» v. . • j W AN1FAC1' 1; li'KK' -* > 4' »s « urn#a ct>CQ-: fplcto rninfnercinl '*> i.»u «mlita r«ubBrbB,the «tirectW/^ .i;u'-Ai ., HX-poirc mk8M*«': i* r*itfr'tbe!Gi»o<lfi tb'ey *bip, win tf»«...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 13 February 1914

Woodmiuij'MI tKotitree ! iBuf. do not ultera|it-to do no nntil you have procured, a Good Are ifrora A., Williams, Duhsfoi'd^Bfrqet., L'iceiield., By bo doine, you will> oonaidernbly lighten yon r task. * Heame*s Bronchitis Core Those who 'have takeji this imedicinc are amazed at:ita;splendid ihealing ipower. Sufferers from 'Bronchitis, Cough, Croup, Asthma, '.Hoarseness, .^Difficulty of :Brent!iins, Pain or Soreness in the <che:ft, lezperience .delightful -and rapid relief, and lo^thoso wlio ai'e suLljdCl ito Colds ton the Chest it is invaluable, as .it eflcctB a 'Complete cure, 'ft ia. most 'comforting in allaying llrrilation in tho Throat and : giving , Strength to the Voicc, and it rneither allows .a >Cough 'or -Asthma'to ! Ibecome .chronic nor'Consumption to develbp. 'Consumption iia,not iknown where "Coughs" ihave, 'On 'their first appearance, been 1 jproperly treated with -tliio mc^icinc. 'Ni> house should bo without 'it, as itaken at the'beginning, a .dose...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 13 February 1914

MESSRS.C1.ARBE, SON, andTI ATT, 85'Grac00hur0h-Btru0t,'Ii0nd0n E.G., on«i MeBBrs Gordon and Gotch, St. Briilo Street. Loudou, ;roi.eivo .Advortiaumenta in , iMt^lOiid 1 ar in^iirtion in the .Mkkcuby.I Files <if tho MBitonaT unv ho iuspeotod in abnvti pl**w until you are -worse 'before ' starting a campaign against [ disease. No matter how slight , mayoe yourindisposition your ' duty to yourself demands that ' immediate steps 'be taken :to. disperse it. Ot course, you ' expect !to get better and not worse, but .where health is in ; question you are.hever justified { In leaving anjithing to chance, : and, as Is well '.known,'indis position, insteadofdisappearlng o£ its-own sweotwill, frequently develops serious 'disorders if neglected. Your .safest course is to TAKE BEECfMPtfS FILLS Which mre the World's finest household remedy .for the cor rection oi derangements of the stomach, liver, or kidneys. Slightheadachos.lossof appe tite, amasty taste in the mouth and other little...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Biblical Town Located. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 13 February 1914

Biblical Town Located. ^Professor■ Scllin, the excavator of Jericho, has aclucved a new tri umph by the location of tho Is-1 raelitish city of Shechoin, which is associated in the Bible with the. names of Abraham, «Jucob, anil Joseph, and was the capital of King j Jeroboam. Until lately the site of; .Shechem has been a matter of: dispute. I'rofoBsor Sellin located it1 us lying" under a low lull at Btv-; lata, a short distance east of the I modern town of Nablus. Just re centlyhe.had the satisfaction of : proving himself to bo right. Ex cavations,, earned on partly at tho costv'W the Vienna Academy of ' Science, revealed grcHt parallel'walls Jn no. way- inferior to the clefcncos ununrthed by Sellln at" Jericho, llotlf walls end in towers, which nro supposed to ropiesent the city gutes. Jinny viilunble bronze and ^oraimc rehes were found, -'tho de posits dating from CannnniUsh tip to tlieeU linios 'Jho extent of the ruins'proves .Shechem to have boon a;very'largo city.

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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His Grace Ungracious. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 13 February 1914

^His.Qr.ac^ Urfcgracious. , ifdilhculty,—-the Knightsbndgc— jfajjiiliarly' "'known as the, Njght«;.; •liihl"—iin<l linen persuaded io accopt an invitation - to lunch at the "com niodioiis . mnd well-appointed" rcsi ItoUs-l'nshcr, the Soap lCinjigt'or. 1 • Towards tho ond of the monl the gemal soap emperor grew moro; and more depressed. Not 'one of his treasures had evokedi the faint est flickcx* . of- iluctvl.' approval; : In a frenzy:of:Hlospair;^Mn l{nshep played. his . trump .curd? some pricc-. less NapoleonY brandy, declared \s>by, the gieutest connoi&beuis to be tho finest Iiryieur . that :over iv gourmet, could desire t Unable to ^contain himself longpi, i.old l'aslier bent . across .?the table with bulgiug cjcj. ' i "What do you tldnlc of this brandy, i Duke ?" lie asked, with It emulous j geniality "Not bad, eh ?" i The ;"Isrightrbird.!f: slightly ' opened | one eye/ steadied his monocle, ; . and | favoured Ills -host -with a blank ■ blai e. •'.V-VEr—no...

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