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THE WIPING OUT OF A CLAN. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 13 February 1914

U'HE WIPIN'G OUT 01? A CLAN. 1 The feud .which; had long .raged be tween the famous Scottish clans Maedonald and -Macleod—the oaten*' sible cause of which was an insult ; offered by a Macleod ,to a daughter of-one of the greatest of the Mac* ,;rionalds—concluded on September i'iay,-" 17-19. i Macleod set sail for the island home of the Macdonalds with such] a number of followers that any re . sistauce by the inhabitants on the! lonely Isle of I'gg would have been ' folly, and so thought Macdonald when ho sa\tf his hereditary foe ap preaching the shore. Calling his people together, he gave orders that they .should conceal -themselves in n cave near the seashore, which, al though large enough to hold them all, had but a narrow opening, con cealed by a cascade of water fall ing from the cliff above. Suspecting a ruse, as they could not see any inhabitants, the Mac loods searched the island thorough ly, but without success, and at last concluding that the Macdonalds had left their home*...

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

62 Homestead Farms Farmers' Sons! Now is your 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, 1914. 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 ? No rental for first five years. Write to me at onco for plans and appli cation form*. I have a good knowledge of the country and can highly recommend it to land srakors. -~|AnVr.] | RAILWAY STOHES FX7SLZC NOTICE, HAVHTS bought Mr. C. A. H. Hunt'ii GooerM Storolceoping...

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

COUltACKOUS TELK<>KAl'Il IUIU,. Mademoiselle Juliette l>odu, a girl of twenty, was in 1870 em ployed as telegraph clerk at l'iltu viers, France, when, on September 27, the advance guard of the Ger man army entered the little town. German operators occupied Iho telegraph ofltee, and it seemed im possible to Keep in touch with the French commander outside; but Ju liette hud taken a telegraph appa ratus up to her bedroom, and con nected it to the vires outside her window. She thus succeeded, i at the time of the battle of Beaune, in intercepting, a German military mes sage, which she sent secretly by spe cial messenger to 1he French com mander thirty miles away. Suspected and watched, shel found herself obliged to remove her appa ratus to a neighbour's house, and finally to cease telegraphing alto gether ; the servant, who had a Prussian sweetheart, threatening, to denounco her. After the war she was decorated with the Legion of Honour, and received other recom penses ...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Correspondence, PLACE NAMES. To the Editor of "The Lancefield Mercury." [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 13 February 1914

Correspondence, (We do not accept any responsibility for opinions exprcwd by cr.rn!sponrf«utw.) FLACK NAMES. To the Editor of "The I.ancefield Mercury." The Royal Geographical Society having written to the Lancefield conn cil for the origin of local place names, and the residents being called upon for help, we have received something about Nulla. We have not yet formed an opinion as to whether it is history, tradition imagination, or Fennimore Cooper, Maurice Hewlett, or just beer. However, shorn of some of its aboriginal crudity, we give our readers and the society the benefit of. it, as follows: ~ "The origin of Nulla Nulla, the name of a small place about six miles north of Lancefield, forms the most pathetic, romantic and interesting story of aboriginal names on record. We of the present generation have cause to be very grattffbr for the way some of this interesting history comes ■to our hand. Tn this case we are ex ceptionally lucky. It happened this way. At about the same time...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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A Wonderful Insect. LOOKS LIKE A LITTLE GREEN ELECTRIC LIGHT GLOBE. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 13 February 1914

A Wonderful Insect. LOOKS LIKE A LITTLE QUEEN ELECTRIC LIGHT GLOBE. There exists in the tropical coun tries of- America and in tlio West Inilies a curious species of insect which the natives call "Cocuyos," -meaning ' night light insect. This insect emits a brilliant green light from each eye ami a green light •from the under. part, of the stomach. Some of the natives in Cuba, Mexi co and South America use : the insect light to : read by, placing about fifty of them in a long glass ••tube or • bottle, called a "Cocti ycra." Another.method istohnng the ''Cocuycra" overtone's bed and then when - you want to see the time .' at . night, strike the bottle gently , with the hand, when the "Cocuyos" will light up. This insect is • quite harmless nndi inoffensive • nnd can be carried in the hand. If Its stomach is 'gently pressed .'-'by* forefinger, and- thiimb it i •will give a light like a small elec tric torch. • These peculiar .Insects vary in size, but the largest. come from the Trovin...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Strange Sign of Gratitude [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 13 February 1914

Strange Sign of Gratitude r "When I Was starting in business/' says Sir Thomas J,ipton, "I was very poor, and needed every penny I could earn to enlarge my little business. I hud a lud of fourteen as assistant. One Monday morn ing the boy came in with a very mournful expression. 1 asked him. what the trouble was, ami he said, ' 1 have no clothes fit to wear at j church, sir. 1 can't get a new suit, because my father is dead, and 1 ; have to help my mother pay the rent.' 1 thought it over, and fin ally took enough money from my hard-earned savings to buy the lad a good, warm suit of clothes, with which he was delighted. The next day ho did not come to work, nor ; the next ; and when three days had gone by, and I had heard nothing I from him, I went"to his home to ! find out " what had become of him. ! ' WpII, you soc, sir,' said the mother j of iho boy, ' Kobert looks so respect able in his new suit, thanks to you, sir, that wi» thought we had better , look around town and see if lie...

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

RENOVATING PASPALUM. As illustrating the wonderful recu ! perativc powers of paspnlum, a pad ; dock which had been in paspalnm for thirteen or fourteen years was ploughed up. This was neccf?sitat.cd by constant cutting for seed and heavj. grazing having weakened the sward. The experience in question was that of a settler in the Gornmbn district, New South Wales Some time ago a paddock of twelve acres was ploughed up with t.hc object ol utilising it for the growing of fodder crops for the dairy herd. Being dry ( at the timo the work was heavy, and the ploughing necessarily shallow. About the middle of December raai'/c was sown. Dry conditions continuing produced indifferent, germination. But •with the storms of January the pas pahim made a move, the young growth showing up between the sods as if it hud been planted. The maize was about A to 5 foct high, but. the paddock was one waving field of pas palum fence high, and in full seed. The response was simply wonderful. An interesting f...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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LANCEFIELD MERCURY. With supplement. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1914. STILL ON THE SHIRK. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 13 February 1914

fancefielb Ulercurg. With supplement. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13, WU. STILL ON THE SHIRK The secretary of the Anti manhood or "Freedom" League, Mr H. Par sons, tries once more to bring us to a better frame of mind on the defence question by writing as follows:—"In your issue of 23rd j'ou (jnestion the j statement that any boy has been im prisoned for 1,000 hours, mostly in solitary confinement on a bread and water diet, for an offence against our Defence Act. I ' ave before me the record of other similar cases and of other instances of citizens leaving the country on account of the compulsory military service Most of these are Quakers. The system here in Aus tralia is harder on those people than in Germany, for in that country there is a way provided for them to avoid training. These members of the So ciety of Friends are true assets to t'nis country; and to lose them will be a great loss." The particulars given \ refer to Victor Yen, who, to cut it short, was sentenced to two months' impr...

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TEA CAKES. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 13 February 1914

TEA OAK.ES.-. 1 tablespoon butter, 'z tablespoons sugar, 1 oKg, i cup milk, l tablespoon currants, csseuce, 'Jib. flour, 2 table spoons baking powder. Mode JJeftt butter and .sugar to a cream, udd the well-beaten egg, then the milk, cur-' rants, unci lastly flour and baking powder ; bake in small greased patty tins. An oflcr of £24,000 has been refuse*! for a carpet in the possession of .If.-': hnn Kertiowsky, a 1'ruRuc ant.njuarj. whu claims that he can prove it to have been lined by the prophet Ma homet when at pra>er. ^ A Grand. Hup ids (Michigan) wonian hat) just (graduated from the hiph school of that city at the ago of fifty. She plans to study f0r a decree nt the University of Chicago. I_,nst year n Brooklyn woman nped seventy seven attended ono of the public night schools, and at the close of the season received her diploma with the rest o( tho class.

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

r\it)i;c tsoticov, ~ H. V. GOLLKK Saddler and General Harness Maker, 'Corner of Uunaford and IWlim Streets, ^ LAKCKFIKLi). ——Griod Stock of—— iBisiw® . SADDLES AND BRIDLES Beenie'sjand others kept in stock Orders promptly attended to, REPAIRS nsatiy executed jALt. WORK AT LOWEST RATES, ^ Horse Collars, <3bad stock. Sicca to d& any hero WHIPS 'rGood Assortment kept in hand. 13agzy Harness from j£5 10a per set. McNAB & McNAB, BARRISTERS' asd SOLICITORS KILMOUE, mi 465, Collins Street, Melbourne. Mr Colls McNab visit* LaneefWd every. Fair Day, And may be consulted at the Bdacka1 Hotel. TROST MONET3 TO LEND, THOS. E. WHITE i WENT 1ST 1 •OHIS8 STMSST, PlSMiKCit Boiloixos, Two Doors frcms George and George. —cotbclt at— MR8. DAVIS1, " LTNDHTJBST ' ON SaIB DAY..V 'ROMSEY THIED MONDAY TN THE MONTH, at MR A. E. PONSFORD'3 PHARMACY. TARPAULINS Every year the demand for Tarpaulins 1* growing. They are used more in Summer than tn Winter. Having se cured eome Extra Spe...

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PEN PICTURES OF THE PAST. BETSY BALCOMBE AND THE AGRE. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 13 February 1914

PEN PICTURES OF THE PAST. 1 LIETSY UAIjCOMUH ANT) TUL'5 OtiKH. On October IK, 1815, Napoleon | Honnpnrtit (yesterday nrbiter of Kuropr, now a captive "general," I condemned to lifelong exilo) arrived < nl the lonely island of St. Helena. \ The strange stories told of tho ' "Corsican Ogro" had led some simple folk to imagine him as something more fiendish than hu innn, and when he rode up to Mriers Cottage, on his way into tho interior of the Island, two pretty girls who had been watching the cavalcade heat a precipitate re treat. Their father cheeked their foolish fears, and fourteen-year-old Betsy Bnlcombc Raw a pale, but still dignified, man descend from his horse and eater the garden. ; Finding the girl knew some Trench, Napoleon amused himself by | 'questioning her, and in ten minutes Betsy and the "ogre" were the best of friends. The acquaintance rip- ; ened during Napoleon's temporary ; residence . at the "Uriors," and be-! fore a Week was over the tyrant, of j Euro...

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Lecture. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 13 February 1914

Lecture. A very successful and interest ing lantern lecture on "Travels in West Africa " was given in the Christ Church schoolroom on Wednesday evening by Mr Broome Smith, F.R..G.S, There w;is a good ;ittc|i(tanre ]

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A VALUABLE FIND. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 13 February 1914

A VALUABLE FIND. A tower or gold was discovered by some workmou-r on October 19, .ITtM, in the midsfc of a - thickcopse. tn the neighbourhood of^ a small viilngc near Unmlmrg. -It-was JL't mot high; about M feot $n cireuniv frronce, and modelled the style of uu old ^Gothic tower.^ • It was made of virgin gold, and wns valued at so large a sum ^that no> j«rson could purchase it.' rhe.owner.of the land../claimed it ;•!it..• Government ••■'took, possession of. i' without ,any payment, though • ventually .they, granted the land-; lord 23,000 florins for it, audi .Jicn ..meltedv it downand convert-; ed it into -current coin.. > It hud evidently been erects! on a clear spneo of ground, and .com-, mcmorated the martyrdom of a famous saint.*-The ornamental trac ing represented a long-bearded man tortured to death at the stake, and on the base was the figure of a woman, with ^outstretched- hands and flying hair.

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Unnecssary Phlianthropy. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 13 February 1914

TJimecssary Philanthropy. What the Secretary introduced | as an "extraordinary production" was received by the Romsey Shire Council at Friday's meet ing, in a long letter from Richard Ellis, of Exhibition-street, Mel bourne. The writer said he was willing to do his best to provide an entertainment for the benefit of the working classes in Romsey; I the secretary to have the power to advance the expense of their get ting to the nearest hospital, or for "giving them a start." He had " been in some places where they had the sense to help the poor." He asked for the use of the hall free, or if it had to be paid for, it could be taken from the takings half-an-hour after opening. He left it to their.own sense. He would be straight and honest in his business; Councillors scarcely knew what the writer was coming at, and remarking that he evi thought they owned the hall, the letter was " received."

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SHIRE INFORMATION [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 13 February 1914

:SHIRK .1'N.EOKMAT]QN, 'Lancefidil -ftlilreArea, S8 gq. -inUe 'Population of tghiie, :1202. :NnmJ;er -o dw#;llinK«»'2<52. I Itonasey-ahirci—Area, *q.iim!es. 'Popo* h.tior* of tttiijKilOOO. .'Xumiiftr.of.dn-eUiBfet, •j4 t>Q. • V1. SpriiiKlie-td -aiiixft.—Ate.ti, it'll -iq; toil . . • l'opulaiitm of shirr,-.TOO, • .""NuCflbof ;«o ■ ilwelling, 114. . - . . - ' 1 . * • ;.Vyftlonii shire—Areii,: *.220 V<J. »bUw.' i^opulntlon uf iihire, :12Q0J Nniaber : • v • dwellings, . NowliHtn-Woodend lihire/^Are^/UMi' V .wilM. i ^npnUtoa, '■lSICKV'T :8oio^«r;li5L, Tdtrc

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

EUROPEAN AGENCY. WHOLESALE buying agencies onfier tabcu for all.Bciti&tiAud >Cunlineatnl goods, iccludin 'Bouks-iand Stationery ittontB, Shoes and Leather, Chemicals ami Druggists' Sundries,v • China, Earthenware and • Glasawau .Cycles,"Motor Cma and Accc*fioriLPt !Dmpery, Millioery Aiid-Piece Good, ! Fancy i Goods-antf Perfumery, Handwaro, Machinery nud Motala .Jewellery, PUtof-and Wiitohes, Photographic and Optical Goods, !PruviM0u&<and Oilmen'*: Storeg, etc.. etc »Cojnwmto«.2i to bpercitit. '.Trodc^DiriCOuiitXjaHcaofil. . SpeciaI Quotations on Demand. .Sample- Cases /rowi> 10 tepiuard*' ' I ^Consignment* ■ of .Produce Sold • on.jfc COUJit, milblAiM WILSON & .SONS fE*tabH«bfd:lS14), 35 Ahchurch Lane, Loudon,F.C. Cable Address : 'Annuaire, 1 ondoH. •Headache, indigestion, JConstipatlon .and iBHiousness. '.The i immense mumber >ot order* ;'fcw . * 'Frookiidt.'flcnthy.poat lirecttothe-Pro prietor, is convincing proof that the tPublie apprec...

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[?]ES AND RECULATIONS [?] the [?]rm "The Common[?] used in connsetion with these [?] regutations it includes Pap[?]a, [?] down [?] and No[?]olk Island. LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 13 February 1914

. I ts AND REUULAUuNS I tlio .t<mn "The <Ooramon s nsedintoonn«6tion with.tiieM' I iiiciudes tf*>pua; I f . '.tots-«- ioiairi niid Norfolk.IsUud.j i iUSUZ&HK. ; ounco- oi'.f r&cliGn ^thereof. • xr dohvery withi« .tluKOouiutou •AvcaJth .... 0 tl n- deliv«ty -in 'the iBriti»h 3Jra .P";V .. 0 1 >>Kiiekveryitntth« NowiHebr.d6s> Ranks, juid .'Xorrw .Iiiondi ... .0 , <»*"'delivery, in.ottar.placca •-£} , . .LEfrc6it».OAIH)^. •>{«d»jlivory .jvithiiutke .Comiaonwcdlth:: oi^gje. Id. each.;,reply, ld..oach.fiaif. ondynrery <iu tio Ornish Kinpiffe itoix. , IWVol^iaciW uad^jf •,U-ottoraT?.)'-x&i •gw. idi cacii. torwfiwy -ili .Neir/ Hebriritfi, Harik«,< w.i'orni®, liUawU-rSinxlo. .'ad.. eaoh.; «Jor .nwlirery- in»other placee—.Singl©,! 2iu.veaoli. POSTCAHDS. «iggte .Poitoard* impt**ftod .With Um' Id. jtocvp, and Kcply or.jdoublocardt, onoh thftu of wbioli ,hau the id. .stamp j UnpreaiedvUieivuij, may be ...

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SHIRE COUNCIL MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 13 February 1914

- .-SIIftBB^OQUNClL MEETINGS. li»iucftti6ld—»r«it 'Friday -»o tinonth, \% <o'c!ock. >I2onj«o>—iFirst (Friday • iu .month. :S . • o'clock. ■ $pri»g[ieUl-~Seoond iFridfty ;in cicnth/5 • o'clock. , . iKyuelon—Kuit 'Saturday: in montti ill o'olook, fPyhloqg—.Third'Mouday in .month, *£■' •o'clock. . .'Ncwlum aud\Woodend—tLait .Tuetfd&y .tho.month,

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Faithful Schoolmistress. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 13 February 1914

Faithful Schoolmistress. A recont book, entitled "ftccolloo* lions of a Missionary in the Greivt West," gives ft pathetic story of a lilt I* schoolmistress who was faith ful lo th© end. Sho had boon visit* , ing, and, with a dozen or inoro , people, was caught by a tremm clous cyclone. Thoy woro in a house ' which stood on the edge of a high I bluff. Tho house was wrecked, and every inmate but ono billed. This sunivor .said that the family woro ! at. supper when the storm struck j the house, and the schoolmistress , happened to sit next tlio baby, I which was crowing in its high chair. , When they found the poor girl that night, she was still alive, although ■ sho died almost instantly. Tho wind had torn oft her clothes, even her two rings, and left her but' ono shoe. Her hair was whipped to lags. She had been driven, j through several barbed-wire fences, i and every bone in her body was j j broken. In her arms, however, and I clasped tightly to her breast., was | the dead body of t...

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The Earth's Heart-throbs. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 13 February 1914

The Earth's Heart-throbs. This earth of ours is by no means solid or firm. The solid part on which wo walk and build and in which wc burrow is only a shell covering a molten yolk. Arid this shell throbs with many and divors motions, to say nothing or the earthquakes and eruptions that e.'ery now and then shattor and shake it and rip it open. Some of these motions are regular and rhythmic. Twice a day the moon lifts and lets fall not only all the waters of the surface but also all I the continents and mountains and j cities. Every slightest, shock passes | through the earth. Seismographs (earthquake registering instruments) arc now so delicate that ' they register the hammering of a horse's hoofs upon a road miles away, while everv breaker upon the beach writes the record of the shock it imparts to the earth. ■ (.'ertain • parts of the earth arc steadily, rising higher above the sen, while other parts are slowly sub siding. Sonietimos these, slow and gradual motions become. violent, ...

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