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Rubbing it In. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 20 February 1914

R ribbing it In. Archibald Sunder*, ft farmer rewid t inu at KUuiom* Eist, whs iiufortunHftf t Miouph to lose hu* p^hpoh's cmp re cently throotfh Httoinpticjr -to born A: breilcto navo hi/*'Rtnrkp n»»d home-* Btearl when a hnRtitire-iMging foine - distRuue away. Sunndpr*, in the<cor»l of tho oviMvin?, UHrafolly lib a fiw» ;ar/>nnrt *»rn« ploughed around, bnt-Huddonly 'the wind iopo and de-1 sljoyed bin 9taokb,: worth i£l50, ti-; Ct'llier vviilt liirt drn.vs iitid humeri, | nnd'the Hr«» fiprend to udjoinii'ti ! pinpertie.s whnrtf U>th~i?rasR and fenr- j injr we»> runwuniftd. • H« whk binn^lu i before .Mi- H. Ktiitfhi, P.Mm at KiU I irinre co«ift, nn h crlui'ire of . Htrhtiotf inflimmab'o m«t»*n*Hl to the djineer «f( other*.' Hud plrAdud irntlfV, tho police, mHgiftTaw» finine-hiin 10m,

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Pattern for Boy's "Ranger" Suit. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 20 February 1914

Pattern for Boy's "Ranger - Suit. Bin* serge is always ft favorite manorial for oven-day wear. anrt in many fchonla and kindergartens navy 8t?rge is worn al most exclusively -in the' schoolroom. It 1* che beat p"fisible-matcri:il for young boys' suits, as it is ho wear-re»iating, au>\ bru«b*x and •olefins splendidly. Th.* illustration' above shows an admirable model for a Htnaif boy, and while primarily designed for blue serge, it could be -quite succcwfully carried out in tweed or cloth, or one of the many stronf: wishing material* that, are bo suit able for hard kuockabnnt wear, auch galatea, duck, drill, linen, corduroy, kbaki oloth, or colored pique. "We are certain many lender* will wifh to make up this suit and Mioy will be glad to know that an excellent par>«*r pattern is ob tainable. The design ahown represents No 42 of :Kverylady's Journal' Paper Tat. tern*, and is out in three aiacs— small, medium, and large. This pattern if one of an outfit of feveu tented patterns—...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Market Reports. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 20 February 1914

Market Reports. Pearson, Row?, Smith nnd Co. re port having offered for »nle by pdblic auction at the Moolmnic' Insti tute, Rnmaey, on Monday, the 9th inot., under instructions from ihei exeoutorfl of the lain Christina Camp bell, widow of the late Kemmth Cnmpbel), 'tbo well-known -Glenfern Betate at Rmnssy, arjinpriHUie a total | area of.807 aores of-vet>y rich, bipMy inipro^ed land, subdivided into seven farms. Tharn was a very Urge at tendance alrbbe Bale, >fnll_y 300 beitxu pFesent, and representing <&)] the principal furmera and grnrteroio >the ♦district. For-the homestead,-oontuiii iuc iS.' nnre;s 2 roodn -37 partiiica, a -bid of an acie wan nrnde-diur. <sur. accepted, for lot 2, cotamiug.80 acea -O'roodfl IP jnirotieK, £20 was -otzFari'd;* for lof i», containiui: *99 aorsfi •! -Tym) 'Il.percbe-, the same pric««waH c&ered* nnd for Int. 5, confninintr 128 acre* 3 rooda.29 psrchup, '<£20 an aciw v.»jb bid 'but not accepte...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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The Darraweit Bridge [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 20 February 1914

■ I I ■■ ,TTT Tlie Darfaweit Bridge The qaefttinn of the erection of n bridge over IWp Creek at iJarrawoit gniiD, on fho biianrlftry o! the Spring fleUJ nod- Merrmng nhireft, hba canard mach contention* unci protracted litigation for 6 considerable tinie'pB«t. Tbe diapnte between the two mntiici palitiefl ban bfro iu existence for over two TMn, Springfield contending fbat nothing «bnta licw bridge of ap* proved ptylo woold floffioe, bat Mer riat.g hold that with fct> expenditure of £140 the existing bridge could be rcada Rerviccmble for a tiotnber of >ef»ra, And pleaded that the -finnuaeft of the W»)lftn Tiding would not per mit nf an expfmditure of close opon JBIOOO oi» the erection of a Dew strnclnre. In May InBt veot, when if w«a foand thut there was no pnRftfbility <of an amicable hettlemenL being arrived at between the -two *i>nni&ipalitieR, Springfield nhtro ;if»nued a mxr>monn. ngtinrtt Merrinng for 'having'failed to; agree with the ei>mpVinA...

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 — 20 February 1914

TAKE NO OIBE^r mol'ie-i to b" oonatipntod atii w.« ■\' '~ p' Isd to t'tli® a isxAtivc," wri■ fi uN.«gj,on, l.ub-clv Yic. at' ► 'i l.'.-i- wert- memlcd •ow« 'riifTed n»e o'- iM o pU •' J li «k -obigulvo U o 4 •' (i ee wbicb - «ii> la .

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Fashion Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 20 February 1914

Fashion Notes. ,4EveriAdy'« Journal" Tftttorn No i'l from * StnMl-boy Outfit,' No B, Singlo Patterns, 04 «aob, post fruit, as decribed bulotVi

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 20 February 1914

Speolftl AdvertiMmenU HOW TO PREVENT AOID STO MAOH8 AND FOOD tERME NO TATION. Bl x STOMACH SPECIALIST. Aii a tpecialiat who baa apenf. many year® io t^o etQdy end treatment of Rtomaoh troobles, I have been forced to the coaoluaion that most people 1 who complain of atomnah trouble poPBCfts itoranchfi that are abnolati'ly | healthy »o<3 norma). The real troobte, that which CAcsee oil the paio and diffinohy, ia «ctd in tfce atonjach, i usually doe t«, or aggravated by, food i fermentation. Acid irritates the deli cate lining of the utomaoh and food j Aerojcntanoii csiiPfa wiud, which diR»'i 'rondH the stomach abnormKlly, cans inj? that bloated feelinp. Thus both acid nnd fermentation interfere with find retard the process of digestion. The Rtomaoh ia uaually Wealthy and normal, butNrritatod almost past eii* durance by the«e foreign element*?—; acid -tttid wind. £n nil-pooh chhcb - : and they comprvae over -90 -per cent nif all RtumHch -difficulties—the first and only step n...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 20 February 1914

Dl80i:nEHIM> LIVER^ •For diBordo'-H at 0i« Iivor and •totnnch on bettor than Ch»»mlierl-iri'Hi Tilt'flf ,"-*vritrp Mrn Margaret J, Wal6f>n 'I?m Q Miffercl "vi'h bad he&rl* ■ •Kohi'K u,ni8P-l ly •. Hii-orHcreH Ijvfr. Hf?nr ii'y; or ct}«"in*r r.f '"'bom • kcriaiu> TuMehi J thought l*vrooi«l try vlr»t triey w«.y H do for mc. mu-r the firtt i■'* doFcf I uo cui up. ici^r-yv, ment, and »♦««• I In U IhU i» a coiipte ol br-jes fuun*J •rm *elf j> eTed of headache?, u'liicli h:.v* nu rotun»»ii." Chamberlain's SSuJ?, Tablets aimna raa ixtexiza

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Cricket Association. FIXTURES. The following is the list of District Cricket Association fixture — [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 20 February 1914

Cricket Association. FIXTURES. Thn'folliiwiiiir is tho list of 'Dintrict: Orioket A«rt"i:ialion ftxtmen — Feferiinry 21—'Riddull v, Homuoy*! Kowham v, Lfinovfiold. ' Ftibrumy 28-^LnnoefiHld v. Rid-: • rie:l^ Newhnm vt Rorosey. • 1 March 7 — Rorawey «v. Lancefield Riddeil\7, .NVvvhum.' i* MHrrh 14—*R<im#*By >. Riddel!; LHiicefiflri v .Newlmm. —K»r«t liridoocond lewms pl»y off; " Mureh 28 — •'ChaHeiiffe -raaioh if wanted. I Al nmfch^fl to'he played ongroonri I of fir trimmed club.

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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A SHREWD SEXTON. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 20 February 1914

*A KHKKIVJJ S ISA TON. Among tho touribts who truvol through Franco, a considerable tium* her always visit tile Cuth'-'dral nt Kla;ims, a magnificent o.xample of J (Sothic architecture. In the tower; there is tin enormous clock, and It is ; the sexton's business to wiiul it! overy day—u. very tiring Job, as tlie 1 weights arc naturally extremely heavy. j Tho sexton, however, is a very j shrewd fellow. Whenever ho shows tl>n trippers this wonderful pioco of j mechanism, he remarks ; "Ladies and ; gentlemen, if you do not boliovc mo ' regarding the heaviness of the clock j weights, try for yourselves." j Knch of the trippers immediately ! gives a turn or two to the wheel, ' and as there arc soino two hun dred visitors a day, the trippers un-' consciously and eagerly wind the clock for him, and iu addition (says Maurice iJeUobra in the "On looker"; give him an extra tip for being allowed to% do his work!

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Auctions. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 20 February 1914

■Auctions. MesanfFenrtion,'*Rn we, -Smith tL* Co., - •bin corijuotion-witb'UnPhHi'rBrnR.A Co., will offer, on! Februaryi23, the horKBs,: --cattle, iinplemnntii, cfo., nflhe"Glen -"fern" :Entnte, 'Bdiubbv. :Ev«rytbirin is' -'•for*'RfcRnlute-flftip.tht' oWDurb' <icaso -3 having ■ sxiretf. Me*sra 'M .iPb r, I i'BroH,, Romfley^wHl toffer on a«cooi;t of Mr.'J. H. Mitchell, •-of ''Edeiiitark," on Iho 'fnrm, 1 •mile i.from'Romsej, on Tu-epdny, ":Febraary r:24, Farm-Implements, Stnuk. otc. On Thursday, ^mroh ."5, 'Me^nrR Adumsou, Sfrettle nnd^Co. will huld h —^olearjiiir.safTe-on -the farm, 'Lnncrfiold, on account of MrJ.'-Burnn. FdII pnrtiRiilxrsnf tbena sales-appear •^-slfluwliera in thin isRne.

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 20 February 1914

Prof. A. Ortu, of the observatory o) tin; University of Simla Clara, announces that ho lias discovered that. the activity of this suit in phe nomena known ub Him spot:; is in timately related to the distance of comets. Me rays llmL during a period uf 1<>1 yeurs to date there have been 'JIIK comets (their returns included) that apparently have in rtuenced tin- action 01. the sui|, having their perihelia coincident ally with the minimu of spot fre quency. 19] (i.

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
License Reduction Board. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 20 February 1914

. License Iteauction Board. The above v-bomd recently 'bold a e-aUtinff iu regard to the lift to'bednnH wUlfc.at.'Kyneton, commencing "Wed nesday, 15th "April,-<&r Rabmitied by 'llc^peotor-MuJdleditch, »r follows :— Clob Hotel, Tyldetv; Comtnerciftl Hotel, vM611ison - Btreet, vKynetoo ; '"Court Honso Hotel, Hufton-atreef; /Junotion'Hotel, 3ofipy-Grce!c; Jnnc- i tion Hotel.'XouriAlonj'junufcion Hotel, : Tylden;'Keonj'avFHoiUT Hotel, Piper ^•utreet; MalmHhnry Hotel, MAlmwbnry,, Mechanic** "ArmR Hotel, "MoIHpod street*;-Mining-Exchange Hotel, Lau riatonj ; National Hotel, Mfclmgbary. j ^Queen Head Hotel, Higlrfltreet; Rail* way Hole), TlayutoD-ptrvot , Shire -Arms Hnte), High street; -V-istv Point •V Hotel, -Viewpoint.

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Clergyman Began It. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 20 February 1914

The Clergyman Began It. The following story in lultl of a Yorkshire parish. A young clergy man was taking holiday duly in u moorland district, whoru l!iu church-' gocry wcro largely mado up of fur mors and bhopherda. Tho lattor were in the habit of bringing thoir dugs with thorn to church, and. like tlu»lr masters, thoy listened quiet ly during tho senuon. Tho now eh rgv niui/, at his llrst service, htunad intiuiiiig, 'which the poophi considered Homiah, and, unused to hucIj an iuuoealiou, one of the dogtf commenced to gowl. "Take that dog out !" enjoined tho clergyman; hut no one moved, and ho proceeded with the service. Tho intoning was renewed, and ho also was tho howl ing. "Tako that dog out !" com manded tho clergyman. "I told you before to huvo it removed." One of the shepherds rose from his Heat and dragged tho animal out side. Presently shuttling feet woro heard coming up tho aisle, and tho aliophord resumed his neat; but, turning to tho clorgymun, ho r<h marked, ...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Sport Questioned. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 20 February 1914

4A Sport Questioned, 8tep& nre 'to >be 'taken <o-te<iHtia; "^leuality rifjpigticiu, MtHliitiK tuid upur »row shooting cnmpHtirtmw <qu the rground that*-the birdt», or k irr«»it ^number of them, rmj 'to' ♦cruelty. Tbe HitAntion of ihwiCbitff <Con»miiwo»*flr of 'Police, 'Mr A, G„ .iSaih*bury,waB drawn to the m«tfcer .-florae tim« ■ when nev©rul .<mr»i •-re#»Dondontfl pointed oof that unless -BporrHmnn killed fchn 'birds riubtout ♦they wereey.il'y of cruelty to HttimalR, \in accordance with fhe t-efinlfttionfi of fthe Act. Ah a. ri»piiH of the ngirationt •■th** qiiHHtion win placed -before the *Orown Solicitor, p»d yefiltfrdny Mr S<ii"flbfpy r«o^ived -word 'fch»t, mo cording tn » oo<"ni»i Hcofion tfitho Ant for 'b« pi ei'C"Mon nf onwlt? ,to tmi -ftp; Oiri'iTi tmflc >piu'fc in nmlnhwi. »nd w'hc> iltvi h -da Uk'up i-ifkn. Jt •»h vhrv prnb'tble that -H'tofitoHse will • h brought before the -e^urr...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Lord Roberts' 81st Birthday. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 20 February 1914

Lord Roberts' filst Birthday. Front far and wide congratula tions imvo boon extended Enrl Roberta on hl« olghty-firflt birthday anniversary, the votoran lUcld-Mar shal having boon born on Soptoiu. ber 00, 18(12, His carcor is part of the history of tho country. Tim siogo of Delhi, tho relief of Luck now, tho battle of Cnwnporo, mid tho pursuit and dofeat of tho Own lior contingent, the ongagement at Ivhudugunj, in which ho won the Victoria Cross—thoso figure among his rocord of services In tho dark days oty tho Indian Mutiny, It was tho Afghan War of 1878-81 that stamped Lord Roberta as a mili tary leader of the first rank. His famous telegram when ho sot. out on tho march to Kandahar will be recalled to-day. "You need have no fears," ho Informed the Indian Govornmont, "about my division. It can tako caro of itself, and will reach Kandahar undrr a month." All tho world knows bow that pro mise was brilliantly fulfilled to th*» letter. At an ago whon most sol diers havo retired from t...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Fleet's Visit to Merbourne. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 20 February 1914

^Fleet's "Visit to MerDourne. The 'flrtB»b»p Auhtiftliu ond the •woruiser Sydney will pay their fi»*t^ viait to Melbourne on 25th in«t. They • will be awnwpinikfl by the rest of the fleet. with the exemption of. M»»lb««nrn*», ^hich totr-i r.*ive two days earlier in order to t^ke I vpart. in the reception to the new'i -State Governor,-Sir Arthur Stanley. The visit of tho will extend —ovvr a week, ^ht»ti a departure will be •taken for Sydney, the -ships but up. «dae there on tho4Ui March to i-yfir., Nn Rptrcinl reception to thn Au> v>tr»')a Jb to be anttnued hy-fche Feder al ^authorities, >vihn enrmider tbnt the .^•ofSeml;i'ec«ptiun given oivthc arrtvul "'•nof therflajinhip ut Sydney ia .sufficient. :rilt will be ft nm'ter for rei?'<" (jwyn •'Mlie ,4Aue") if the'fiiflt vinil• nf Ann *itr«lia's fiiptifltJUHhip iflallowedto paw • onnottCfd, - 'Provision i'r to 'bo mnde sfor the public; inMip<*riun of ihe t ew -iTOttisbips dnrin^r.'heir Hfay,

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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A Tomato Hint. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 20 February 1914

A Tomato Hint. ♦ When growing tomatow c>ufc of doors an ordinary farm hurdlo Is ono of tho best mtmns of Hupportlng them. Tho plants HhotiM *»e plant ed 2 feet apart. Uy tying; tho shoots from tlmo to tlma to tho tjnrfi they nro spread out and not crowded, hh whon a single stake , is used. During the sumntor tho xvliolo . hurdlo will bo covered with foliage, i When tying, uso soft two-ply fit!Ing; | bass or ratfla is not strong enough j to carry tho weight of tho fruit, i Tto loosely, as the atoms swell to u good thickness. All shoots Mow tho fruits must \ bo diligently romovct] ns soon oh 1 thoy' npponr. Do not cut away' leaves unless it may bo hero nutl i thero ono that quita covers n j bunch of fruit. Ueiuoving foliogo from any plant only weakens it. Do not give too much water un ices tho ground is very dry. Put ti mulch round tho roots nftor the fruit is set, and water in tho morn ing or ovoning.whcn necessary.

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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How Horses and Sparrows Work Us Mischief. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 20 February 1914

How Horses and Sparrows Work Us Mischief. Heccnt scientific dlscovorlen ore gradually making ns aware of th" fact that tho horse, Ions consider ed one of man's most useful friends, is In many ways ono of Iho worst enomlcs. Lockjaw is only ono of tho deadly perils for which th»< horse is directly responsible. It is now known that tho germ of lockjaw, or "tetanus," ns science terms It, is .a common inhabitant of tho intestinal canal of tlio oqulnc beast. Wbon, as often hap pens, gardens are fertlllHcd with horse manure, thoir soil becomes rich in totunuo mlcrobos. It is very dangerous for children to run about barefoolod In tho stroots, be cause, if they happon to cut thoir foot, lockjaw Torino aro liablo to in fect tho wounds. It Is estimated that 95 por cent, of all tho housoflios in cities nro bred In stables whoro hor.sos nro kept—horse manure beln# proforred by tho "Insects to all other pub stances as* intubating material for thoir eggs. Hence It is o'.Wou;* that tho g...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Ways of Creating Life. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 20 February 1914

Ways of Creating Life. , According to t>r. Charlton Bos- j tlnn, tho creation of life from iiou- . living mattor in an assured fact. I "Living organisms can bo obtain* ! ed almost at will," snya Br. Boh- ; tian, in his work), on "Tbc Origin of : Life,*" from solutions which havo . been lioated in hermetically Healed vessels to a temperaturo very much higher than that which is known . to be their thermal death point, j Thin leaves no further room 'for doubt upon tho much-disputed point whether or not no'n-Uving matter is still capable of coming into exist ence. llemarkable as it may seem, if. doos not require any .largo umomit of scientific knowledge, or any cost ly laboratory equipment to create life . artificially. According to Dr. Ilastlan . the mlrndo can bo per formed with u little patience in your own home, Ilere Is how it is done: Add, to one lluid ounco of distilled water -eight drops • of liquor ferri permtratis and three drops. of so dium :sillcnte.> • v 1 Or. Baslian...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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