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Cricket Association. FIXTURES. The following is the list of District Cricket Association fixtures— [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 2 January 1914

Cricket Association, FIXTURES. The following in tfhe lint of District Cri/jkefc Annotation fixtureH — DewTiber -20—Tiancefield. *■', llnm .ssy; Nowharn v. Riddell. January V0—Riddell v. Eotneoy; Newhaoi v. Lancefield. January 17—LanceBeld v. HuMqII~ liewbsm Romsey. ■ . January 24—Homney v. TjaoceBeld; Biddell v. Nowham. January 31—Romsey v, Riddell; Lanoeheld t. Nowhara. February 7—Riddell v. Laaoefield ; ; Rompoy v Now hum, v February 14—Lanoefield: Rom"' ;; soy; Newharo v. Riddell. J); February 21—Riddell v. Romsey ?Kewhatn v. Lnnoefield. February 28—LianceSeld v; Rid. dell; Nowham v., Horn Hey. " March 7—Ramsey v. itaoeefietd ; Riddel I v. Newfoatn. March . 14—Romsey v. Ridjtall; LanceGokl v .Nowhaoi, y. March 21—First aud second teaniB iiplay off. March 28 — Challenge raatch if 1" - ' - All matches to be played oti gcocmd -<jf Brat-named club.

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 2 January 1914

Pnbllo Snlio«» They're the Kind that Last!!! Bcforo placing yoat order for a TiK paplia thip S+uon, writ* to ne for « oatople of the Canvatet from which the "BARTRAM" Tarpamlias aro xoade, you'll Hod them * splendid •election of mAUrtalo, well abto to stand the knocking about and roagU handling that Tarpaulins arc sub jected to. THE "BARTRAM" TARPAULINS ARE THE KIND THAT I AST Write now for Prica List, J. BARTRAM & SON PTY. LTD. 586 Bourke-street, MELBODRNJE. Lanccfleld Mechanics' la eiitute & Free Library. WpUV ' ANNUAL MEETIHG of Bab. X tcritxrt will be held at the Maefoeuioe* Inatitat? on FRIDAY* January Sth, MH4, • at 6 p.ofc • BUSINESS z Report and balance shoot for past year; Eleotioa of •committee and officers for eneuing year, and other businesa. A good attendance ot members fe ie '•quested. • ^ JOHN DERRICK, Hon. See* Shire of Lance field. KOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE ! RATE. <vr-OTjCE ii hereby given that it is thoin >' j3 teption of vbe oonnoi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 2 January 1914

'" «. o GRIPKS IN HORSES ia h9,M WM '■own with 'S^Tw"y?. r,"l^ J Cole, •r.Bjedio, bnt ttaoy lltirl uo sfloot Aa aT'ln»t UTV°°V,' *"» tb'ba"a thrc.trtpon^ L'iiSoSttulv *n "?Provomout, im. V ^SH° ,7"«#0B ">!!" <? «und and s,,:rJ *•*

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Emu Flat Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 2 January 1914

. Emu Flat Sports. r At the Emu Flat sports on Box ing Day .tlje Maiden was won by A. Mclntpjsfr with H. Waterland .second apcJ'T. Brown third- The ■Sheffield fell to W. Dwyer (IS .yards), with Cullen (12 yards) isecond and A. Mcintosh (scr) third. E. Madigan's Harry (C Pavi?) won the Hack Race, with ;T. Smith's Bobs second. The vPony Race was won by Cook's | ..'^ittle Pos (T. Cullen), with E. I •. Madigan's Snip (C. Davis) second. jyP. Minogue stepped nearest to the >cham, with J. Easton in his wake. jtThe trot fell to Cheeswright's ' -Robin. The second Hack Race .v.was won by E. Madigan's Snip <C. Davis), from Bobs, with G. :, Pretydergast's Granite third. The '■Hurdle .'Rape (pedestrian) was '"won by Cook,with Abbott and . .Fleming second and third. The ^ia-y's sport was most successful ■•and enjoyable.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 2 January 1914

! XL-Ctlio >JoU«8. H. V. GOLLKIt Saddler and General Harness Maker, •{ it>«MfoKl and Kaglan Streak, :LANOKPIELD, ——Good Stock: of HIDING SADDLES AND BRIDLES IScenie's and others kej>t in stock AHAHNES8 of all klnde made to tfder RKPAIBS rmtly exeanUd VA£l WORK AT LOWEST'RATB8. ; florae Collars, ! Qood «ktock. "Si*»o to-fit aayfaorae WHIPS •cGood'Assortmeatvkeptjin hand. i-BugKy HnrneBB from £5 10a per wfc. j MoNAE & MoN&B, K3AH.EISTEKS and SOUIGITORS KILMORE, and 455, Collins Street, Melboorne. > Mr Oolin McN&tj.viBita Lancefield ■ every'Tafr Day. • And may bo consulted at the Macka' Hotel.. TRD8T MONEYS TO-LEND. \THOt8. E. WHLT.E ' D'E N T %£.t otr.iHa Stbxkt, Pibabanch Bdiuhhod, Two Dooratfrom George and George, -^•CONSULT AT— J MBS. DAV.IS', '• LYNDHORST,/ 01? FAIR DA Y. I BOM8EY THIRD MONDAY IN THE MONTH, at MR A. E. POSSFOHD'S ■ ^HAUMAGY. TARPAULINS Every year ths demand for Tarpaulins la growing. . They >i - bio used more in Summer : I • ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 2 January 1914

THE RECENT EPIDEMICS OF SMALLPOX AND DIPHTHERIA J Would certainly not have attained such pro I portion©»if tho hygienic fact woro moro generally know that the disinfection of tho mouth by a reliable aurl harmless antisep tic ia a grent factor, unt only against such local throat (lineaseii an diphtheria, tonsil itua, qninqy, and fiore throat, but auainat all mlmenta whore the infection it through tho throat or reap-'ratory tract, .liy putting ft dropo of SANDKK'8 JSIJCA LVPT1 EXTKAOT on a pieoo of Ioaf sugur, nod allowing it to diuHolvo iu tho mouth, that oavity ia thoroughly diain fcctcd. The volatile nature of SaNDICH'8 EXTRACT malwa it ponotrate eVe'ry erovico SANDKR'S HXTRAOT ia not nuuaooiju nor depressing like tho common eucdyptuu and posaoRRCH gvent antiseptic power. By uninn SANDKK'S EXTi?AUT you avoid tho un certain composition of tho lozougf; you havo ttfe benefit of the atronfje-r.t. atitiwipfic that u:in he u.-i.d wif.h .r»fct\, ami Ihe re* •ult is protection from any inf...

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NEWMARKET SHEEP SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 9 January 1914

NEWMARKET SHEEP SALES. Messrs Adiimson, Sfcrettle *wl Co., Pty, Ltd report: Fat Sbeep - -27.000 yarded. There w»» spirited compe tition throughout, niid priops ruled about la per head in advanoe of for mer rates. Quotations; Primo ,„Wli Uiud wethers from 18s to 19a 6d oxlra do do from 20c to 21s. cood dn do from IG- Od to 17, 9d. second and infeuor do do from 15s to lfis with hopnet Wftllior* from U» to 1«8 (3d prime crossbred CW1.8 fl.. m [5s 6f( 17s, extra do do from 18a to 20b 9d, tfoml tl(i tin from 1Mb 9d to lfifi, f i* |t-mn I'*! id rn III- lid, pri^o j minimi tvi*itioi'H tmni Ifi" \ki to l'i;\ [ fjd» ijond{do do from t4m to I.VCd, f <n»tmvl (! > (in fii>m lL'fl to 13b Gd in- : fiTior and wroall from 9* Gd, with ; merino ewcR from 7< to 16s, old low* , conditioned aorta ft' in 3a 3d "^Ga Od, i; Fut Lnmb* — 32,000 wore' penned. For good nnd prime qQttlittecr tbo do* f nuttd wan autive at decidedly imvV proved rntfifl. Prirao aold at from £ 14a Gd to ...

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LANCEFIELD MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 9 January 1914

lancei'ield market. Adamson, Stiettle and Co. Pty. Lid. report having held their usual monthly sale on Monday last when 267 head of cattle, about 1500 sheep and a moderate supply of pigs were I offered to a full attendance of buyers The supply of dairy cattle was rather short, . but prices were satisfactory. Fat and heefy cattle ivire more nu merous than usual and sold ?.t high rates. Stores consisted principally of steers and heifers, two and thrne -cars old ; the demand was not as ''-•e. Lines of sheep and [t;et' "wnin* ofr' lambs suitable ' tor... ir or for breeding purpose£*solti pai^ ticularly well. For inferior sorts I the demand was a little easier. In sympathy with the Melbourne mar ket, values for bacon pigs showed a' decline, but suckers and slips realised fair prices. They sold—Forward HDrintrom-£+ to X7 -jn, baokvrnrd heifers and cows £4 to £5 js, milkers from £5 to £7 1 os, fat bullocks to £S 1 os (latter price for a pen of iz nice light weight bullocks), fat cows £5 to...

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Markets. MELBOURNE OR UN MARKET. Melbourne, Tuesday. The Gippsland and Northern Co-operation Selling Co. Ltd. report on Tuesday last at follows:— [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 9 January 1914

Maricets. • MELBOURNE OR UN MAK'KKT. /' * Melbourne,. Tue^'ivv. | . The Qippnlnud i<nii Northern Cu-opt-riaim | flelling!;Oo« Mtl. rop'.vt on lut-siay lu«l «*• 'fuilowrt I... Wheat—Ra.q., 3a &ii$; n>wls iwheat, .is [4|d U» 3s 5H ; Aowor.' , . . ' L Outs^-KnUiwr.'CitrcB Milling nominally ds i'i'i to In 10d; feed, la Sid.fco 1b9i1.: Hurley—Pnoe» 'alumst I'Mintiml, lingliali,! 8s to 3* 4.1 • Cape, 2s to 2s Oil. Maize—Very little doing, prime flat red, nominally 3# 0-\ Chaff—Clioici* oaten. £3.2s Gd to £8 5s ; prime, .£3,; medium aud-Inferior lowei. Potatoes — l.argor quiintUiea of new po tatoes*™ nou-arriving, but the .maiket re main* firm. Carman? are celliug at JU t o JB4 6e; Pinkeyes, £3 to £3-Ss. Unions— Prices have fallen very con siderably during the past fevr dayp, and Globes are now offering at €6.

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Deep-Very Deep. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 9 January 1914

Deep-Very Deep. -4 In County Sligo thoro la a email Jake ronowned for its fabulous dopth. A professor happened to bo in thnt part of Iroland during tho Bummer, und started out onotday for a ramblu among the mountains, accompanied by a native guido. As they climb ed, Pat asked him if ho would liko to see this hike, "for it's no bottom at nil, sorr." "But how do you know that, Pat ?" asked tho professor.^ "Well, sorr* I'll tell ye. Mo own cousin was showin' tho pond to a - gentleman one day, sorr, and he looked incredulous like, just as you do, and me cousin couldn't stanUJt for him to doubt his worrd, sorrf^ and so, ho said, ' Ttegorrn, I'll pfove the truth of me words/ ami ofi wish hie clothes and in ho jumpod." The professor's face wore an amused and quizzical expression, "Yes, sorr,. in ho Jumpod, and didn't como up again, at all, at * all." "Hut," said the professor, "I don't, see your cousin provod bis point by rceklessly drowning himself." "Suro, sorr, it wasn't drowned, at all...

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TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 9 January 1914

TJBNNIS, •On December 20 about 16 or 17 ' motnbora of tbo Lmncetield Tenuis Club wonfc to Woodeud to play n mutoh otfuifiAt members of that olub. The visitors won by five pMneR, Qnd | hnd un enjoynble trip. They were i-oiitertainod »b afternoon tmi by tbo I aisxnbmi jtJ.f tho Woodend club. Tbo 7 * —^fwlloft gamefi ».v.. • • - . Mlnaaa Eyan and Gnller loafc to Miaisea Davie* aud McKenzio, 5—9. Burhour and Ooller bent Gilchrist and McDonald, 9—8. Misses tf oiler nnd Motoui loat to iliesoa McKenzio aud -Gilchrist, 3—9# s McLean and Chapman beat llealcy and McDonald. 9—7. - . M'isn Qniliu* and Barb ttr beat Mtoa Davtca and McDonald, 6—3. J. McLean and Uoller beat Gilchrist and Mon.TO.ild, 9—5. lofflld—Li.a-oHeJd, 41; Woadood, 30, Tho Woodend tvam will pay r rt~.i 14u£u.£t8iMo LanobHil l

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The Divining Rod. EXPERIMENTS CONVERT CONGRESS OF INVESTIGATORS. CAUSES OF PHENOMENA. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 9 January 1914

The Divining Rod. —H EXPERIMENTS CONVffRT CON GM2SS OF INVESTIGATORS. .. CAUSES OF PHENOMENA. Much U> (he surprise of a scepti cal public, the "divining rod con gross" just hold at Hollo (Germany). l>4s attracted an extraordinary amount ol attention from serious . German scientists.. I Tha congress was called together to j dotermlno what scientific basis, if any, there is for the ancient theory < that underground springs or de posits of oro enn bo located by tha use of tlio "divining rod." The members Included a largo num ber of agriculturists, geologists, and geographers from all parts of thn world, including not only Europe, but. Africa and America. I'rofcssional '"Hutonganger," or ex j rerts in the use of the "rod." worn also on hand to give the benefit of their experience, -Tlio conclusions of congress wiii come na a surprise to those who long ago dismissed the " divining rod" theory as a relic of ancient | superstition. The members decided I that tiie wonders a...

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KILMORE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 9 January 1914

KILMORE RACES. Tim following nre tho general en tiles fnr tho Kilmore Turf Club'w annual Mealing, Wednesday next Jai.ua.ry 14:— Trial HhnrHcnp — Grncebolt, Rua atom*, StraybnU. T.N.P., Catrment, Tonsra Bean, Gold Vain, Lady Lenar, More Mope, Wilgn, ISnplionion Q«eo», Torchon. Btirwidpee, Bil^a, La Fan — chenr, Brewer's Cryatal, Knorrec, Williams's Pioftiro, Deference, Bucka* wina, Rupert Stuart. Welter Plate and Purse—Gunplay, Grncebolt, Dalcansinn, Kuristone, Si' vonranre, Ardmnnn,My Nance, T.NXX, Careful, Lody Survivor, Stierrio, Lady Lenar, Marion Croix, Burwidgee, JqI - landar, Brewer's Crystal, PanoUy, Koorree, Capricioar, Gaby, Taiyaaa, Night Walk, Chioa, WilHama' Pio fare, Royal Banner, Cbesternii&s, Cftius, Gnleta, Sunstnue* Kilmore Turf Club Handicap— Active Lad, Sylvannwrn, My Nance, Portlosk, Marion Croix, Dunolly, Gaby, ChestormiRK, Mindai. Hack Haeo — All Smiles, Canioent, Shcrrin, Wilsa, Lady UoH*byu, Earl seref, Barwiduee, Indefinite, MisR Dure, Contentor Boy,...

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Sporting. CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 9 January 1914

Sporting. (ilt.OKRT. t.iincnllil l iph'hi JNiiwhmii on Satur clny iii-xt lit Mir l(t ok. 't* ic I. Il>,\ing lllllvoik tiro I'HIllCSt -il to ifrvo i.l 1.30: B. Gntlnidge, Illolior, Clark*, Gh • nide, White (21, P. Murphy, LjihiIm, Burhour, J, Gulhridge, H. Smytbi*, nml C. Fitzeernld. Any plnycr annbln to make the trip is requested la inform tho soore tury n« soon m pi.pni lilu.

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CLOSE SEASON FOR GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 9 January 1914

CLOSE S15AS0N TOR/GAME. 'w~W imtlvV £ ","1 ru',1). Ivro Inula, "'■jP'kU plMipu, ,u° ~ H"*" .< all kmZ* «•""! u'rv/w^nr'Mch ^ 'V Uli nhhw. . i 1 u,u ,yWl k 'm ' t"\i ' V'"T ~MI'a *hh ■ Atiirtit't- i,l. v,;ir'-^Ki! "l P/''*l 'li,y "f >f^r\nn,h J "r <rftV yj, l^ri li, and brL.11,1.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 9 January 1914

TVpSSHS. Cl.AftKE,SON, ahrt ITATT, I I VI Street,! »».l6n K.C., iTjGotdon.»n<1 Gotiili, St. Brido .^ * / yt*on, f«H|eivo Ai)vfirti<»eincnta in mi™1,'f'l "r«. ,n"ortlon the Mbroory until you are worse beJor* ' starting a campaign apr" - ' <"«a«ae. No matter asi I may be your"-" ' i dutv.» " ~ - "I'u111 li«uaiw»mu]i * v>ur f „o yourself tlemaniiJ that | immediate stePs be taken to 1 " n ,. - o£ course, you B disperse it. aud not § expect to get betu.. - Jn g worse, but where health »_ * question you are never justified jt In leaving anything to chance, » and, as Is WCJI known, pnaUUm.. IrintoadOidiaappearing ol its own sweet will, frequently develops serious disorders if neglected. Your safest course ' i la to ' » T^&E BEECHAM3 PILLS 0 which are the World's finest household remedy for the cor rection of derangements of the stomach, liver, or kidneys. Slight headaches, loss of appe tite, a nasty taste in the mouth and other little symptoms of...

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Sto k Sale at Kilmore. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 9 January 1914

Sto k Salo at Kiimorb.. ..The; monthly .stock szle of Messrs Wm. Sicelly and Co. and Charles Hamilton at Kilmore will be held next Monday. January 12. The yarding will include 450 cattle, 87C1O sheep, light draught .horses. The cattle com prise iat and forward and store .cows and bullocks, springers, hcifers.-etc. The sheep are chiefly crossbred and merino ewes and wethers. Two thoroughbred rac ing mares and two Footbolt colts are ,to be offered on account of Mr John Halpin, of Pyalong, and a thoroughDred mare on account of Mr Mat. Nun an'. Full par ticulars will ' be found iu our ad vertising columns. The. Country Roads' .Board • might well turn their attention to me. of the main roads'in this (mft---/'. Traffic is steadily in and there are few coun cils whoVaW. fund.s keep the roads wStttSafc* {hP cl°udf of dust which smothp " ed vehicles and occupant" A* road from Woode--' !ie ring up of ' m'lKt\ *"e s*,r** - uust is inseparable tr""" t_ . w uiowijaiauic —«t such heavy traffic. T...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 9 January 1914

JV.oHumn; fi-ll i|,nt Bu, d(i ai tempi Dorio «„ Mftirvou hnvo Bv ^ H''-DUn"fO';d-ri0e,': L -fW'-wiB cotiiiidernblv lighten jour tank;. » , ^ I wqoa- 1 ^^irr^jii^iiiiin | Those who have taken. tliia medicine s ie amazed at its splendid Healing power; Sufferers from Bronchitis, 'j Cough, Croup, Asthma, Hoarseness, Difficulty of Breathing, Pain r.V Soreness in the client, experience delightful and rapid relief, and! to those who are subject to Cold3 on the Cheat it io invaluable, aa it! clicctn a complete cure. It is moit com fortius in allaying Irritation in the Throat and giving Strength to the Voice, and it neither allow;.; a Cough or Asthma to become c\ronic nor Consumption to develop. Consumption is not known wl-Jere, "Coughs" have, on their ■ jfrst appearance, been properly treated with this medicine. No 1: louse should be without it, as taken it the beginning, a doae or twiii is generally sufficient, and a complete, cure is certain. 1 d \ • I fcld by. nH Chemists and Mec licine ...

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Level Crossing Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 9 January 1914

Lerel Croula? Aeeldcnt On Wednesday a lad inatned Percy Johnstone was driuog the | milk waggon of the lomsey Dairy Co., and at the Jiurphy street crossing failed to notice the Lancefield train approaching. The engine struck the) horse, which had to be destroyed, Peter Buchanan, a son of [tie pro prietor, was with the driver. and both miraculously esdaped in jury. * | This issue of "The Ljincefield Mercury" is published from its new office, in Mr Derrick's build ings which include the I Savings Bank. The larger premises will afford greater facilities for job printing especially. The removal was a very awkward jol), and was carried through without a hitch by Mr. Geo. Hobbs. Thanks are due to a small army of volunteers who took a hand or a lift. On Saturday afternoons mem bers of the Lancefield Rifle Club are now putting in their musketry course. Last Saturday an in cident occurred of which it is j difficult to get an accurate [.opinion. Mr C. J. \Villiams was I ^a -trench with Mr' Ii....

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