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CLOSE SEASON FOR GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 27 February 1914

CLOSE SEASON FOR GAME. The Whole Year.—Laughing jackass, emu, kangaroo (grey and red), lyrebirds, native bears, owls, swallowa, mopokes, platypus, etc. From 14th day of June to the 20th day of December in each year.—*Black swan, wild geese o all kinds. From let day. of August is each year to the last d&y of E'ebraary 'falMfcing.—Quail, bronze-winged or other wild pigeons, FISH- - ' ' From lat day of Sfeptembtr to the 15th)! day of December in each year.—-Black fish. . From 1st day of May to the 3Ut day of 'August in each year.—English trout. From 1st July to 15th Ootober in oach yoar.—Murray cud, perch, oui bream,

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 — 27 February 1914

Auctions. Next,.Monday, March 2, Messrs , A'damson, Strettle and Co. hold their monthly Lancefield Market. A good yarding is advertised. The Victorian Producers' Co operative Co. hold their monthly stock sale at Woodend on Mon day, March 9th. Adarrison, Strettle and Co. hold a clearing sale on Tuesday next, March 3, on the farm, near Wood end, on account of Mr W. Wil son. The same firm advertise a clear ing sale on account °f Mr Jas. Burns, Lancefield, on Thursday next, March 5. Members of the Lancefield Rifle Club should take advantage of the favorable weather, and get in their musketry. The cab leaves for the range to-morrow (Saturday) afternoon at 1.30 Lancefield tennis players go to Sunbury to—morrow (Saturday) week to play a mixed tournament. They will leave by the morning; train. A meeting'of the committee of the Lancefield, Romseyiand_ Sun bury schools' excursion will be held at the Lancefield Mechanics' Institute this evening, to receive a statement, pass accounts, etc. The....

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 27 February 1914

Messrs. clarke, son, »nd piatt, 85 Graceohurch Street,Iiondoa E.C., Mid Messrs Gordon and Ootch, St. Brido Street. London, reaoive Advertisement!) in frtiglniid itr insertion in the Mbroory Files of the Mkrookt m»v be ioapeoted ia Above plww until you ore worse before starting a campaign against disease. No matter how alight may be your indisposition your duty to yourself demands that immediate steps be taken to disperse it. of course, you oi'pect to get better and hot worae. but where health la in question you are never Justified in leaving anything to chance, and, aa Is well known. Indis position, insteadof disappearing of Its own aweet will, frequently develops serious disorders it neglected. Your safest course Is to 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,'* nasty taste^ in the mouth and other little symptoms of that sort are Indications of digestive disorder, and m...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Timber Cutters' Wages. POLICE COURT PROCEEDINGS. BOTH SIDES SURPRISED. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 27 February 1914

Timber Cutters' Wages. POLICE COURT PROCEEDINGS. BOTH SIDES SURPRISED. In the Laucefield Court on Wed nepday, before Messrs A, Johnston and Mark Foy, J'h.P., Thomas Hod ley Joneg claimed from Harold Pock lingtou £4 7h 6d for *ago* allegedly due for work and labor done between August 1 and October 31 ; being the difference between 2s per ton for cnttingland stacking wood and 2a 0d por ton, tho ra'e allotted by the Fuel and Fodder Trades' Board, PUintiff's staiemeut of olaim was pet out in a letter he sent to defend ant oti February 14, as follows:— "Thore it n difference of £4* 7s 6d in payment for 169 tons of 2ft. wood cut and stacked last year from August. to Oct. The rato prescribed by the Wages Board for mixed wood 2ft and under 4ft is 2«*fld per ton. Tho amount I cut. wnfi 180 tons nf 2ft and oft. I received ic payment £18 2s 6H ; whereas I should have lecoived £22 10*. I now ask you to settle the difference by Wednesday, 18th Febru ary, or qhII and sou me re tho differ, ence, o...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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ILANCEFIELD RAILWAY. MELBOURNE TO LANCEFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 27 February 1914

ILANCEFIELD RAILWAY. Mbibobbhh to Liaoiriinj). A.M. Melbourne ... dep. ■ 6.40 Lanoefield' Junction «r, 8.14'Sap. 8.86 Bolinda ... § § " Monegett# . ... ... § | North Monegette ... § j Romsey ... ... 10.10 Lanoefield — ,,. air. 10.25 ' ; t ... P.M..; Melbourne ... ... dtpG.42 Lancefiuld Janotion arr 7.10 dtp 7.IS Hominy... v.. v ... ;jl. 8 2 Inraoefield ... .... arr 8.15 On Saturdays, tliio tram lenm> Melbourne at 6.30 and rcaoheo Iitnoa Bold at-93 p.m. IiiHOEIlELD TO VBUBOUBM. A.M. Dancafleld... ... ... dtp. 7.40 Romsey ... ...7.55 [janoefield Janotion arr 8.24, dtp' 8.41 Melbourne.., ... ... ,,.9.45 ' • v PH. Lanoefield ... - i„ ... dtp. 5.0 Ramsey > ... ... ... ,. 5.25 Lanoefield Junction- arr. 6.11 Melbourne ... ... ...arr. 7.27 Distance from L&naefiold to Melbourne, 4S] miles Height of LiuceDolil above tho sea lanl, 1561 foot. Lahcifiild RAILWAY. 1'nrc.ft,—Lr.neeliekl to Melbourne—(ordin ary fares)—1st class'; single 7s, return lis; 2nd: single 4s 8d, lOturn 7» 6d....

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 27 February 1914

RAILWAY STORES P XT B L I 0 NOT 10 E . HAVING bbnRtat Mr. 0. A. H. Hunt's General Btbrekeeplng basinets, t hotjto request ft continuance' of the Liberal Support nooorded bini ia the past by reBtdenfcB of Lancofiold and surrounding qiBtplctB, All orders received will be personally attended to &ai promptly delivered. A large and varied assortment of Boots, Shoes, Drapery, Tin* ware, Glassware* Patent MedicineB, v Etc., will be stocked. -First-class Quality Goods only will ba kept As it is my desire to sell all goods at Melbourne Cask Prices. Customers are kindly requested to assist mer—by pay. " " "—-ing.~Accounts .Monthly when convenient. J. T. Hannigan, GENERAL STOitEKSEPER. 3/2/1914,

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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THE DISTRICT COURTS (1911). [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 27 February 1914

THE DISTRICT C0UBT3 (1911). The Police Magistrate (Mr A, Barlow) attends the following courts on the days specified. PETTY SESSIONS. Caatleraaine—Every Friday, at 10 a.m ,oxcept fourth Friday in mouth. Kynoton—-Every Taeaday, at 10 a.m,, except third Tuesday in month. Dayleaford—Evory Wednesday, at 10 a.m. except third Wedneuday in the month. Maldon—First and third Mondays in the month, at 1130 a.m, • Trontham—First and third Thursdays in month, at 10.30 a.m. yVoodend—Second and fonrth Mondays iti month at 3 p.m. - . .ChewtPP—First.Friday in month at 3p.m. ' TaradaJo—ijlrab Tuesday ju' nlohtTraT^' p.m. Fryerstown—Second Saturday in month atlOa.m, Malmsbary—Seoond Tuesday in month at 2,45 p.m. Sunbury—Fourth Friday in month at 2 p.m. Blackwood—-Seoond Thurodaj in month at 20 a.m. .. . Gisborno—Fourth Thursday in- month at 10 a.m. Glenlyon—Firat Wednesday in month at 2.30 p.m. , v Lanoefiold—Third Wednesday in month t% 11 a.m. Romaey—1Third Wednesday in month at 2.30 p.m. . . x LICENS...

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A NEW WINDMMILL, [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 27 February 1914

A NEW WINDMMILL, The Model 12 "SIar" Windmill, with it» 2 Pitmans, 2 gears and 2 pinionB (particulars of which appear in onr advertising unlumns) is re ferred to by ito ninmifnottirern aa be ing one of the latest developments in scienti6o design in tho windmill Gold. The feature of ita construction whioh in espeoially emphasised is the alignment—a direot oentre lift and equalisation of lond—whioh raeann free and easy notion with tho absence of violent shocks and jerks. To get tho fall force of the wind every windmill munt be elovated on a tower rising to a point. Upon thin point reatB a heavy wind engine weighing from several hundred to more than a thousand pounds, a big wheel and a lone heavy rndder sus pended horizontally, and at a distance from the engine; all of these, being constantly jerked and twisted by shifting winds, have as their founda tion a' Bnrfaoe of- only a few square inches. Thin is wby perfect align ment is ao important in windmill oonatrnotion. There are two Pit ...

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LAW RELATING TO NEWPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 27 February 1914

1 l4w relating to hbwspapehs. , 1, Subscribers who do not give ea pr«M notic* > the contrary are considered as wishiu? to Contihuk Ihoir subscrip tion .2. If mbieribara order the discont inuance of their periodicals, ths publisher may continue to aefid than i until Akeear3 »to paid. 3. If subscribers refuse or neglect to tske periodicals from the office to. which Uiey ate directed, they are Ettapo'.aiBijB until tb'oy havo'sattled their bills;, and ,'ordered\th».: tho' periodical* to be dis* continued. ;' ; ,fc If «trtjirerilMn;..r«moT®. to othep^ places witbout.infotming th» publishers,' "and the papers ara ebtit to their former direction, tho subscribers ore responsible, 5, The' oouria bara _ decided that ''refusing to take periodicals from tho office or removing or leaving them un called fov is prima laoia evidonc* of in tentional Fraud. If subscribers pay in advance for it periodical, .they aro bound to awe Notice to tba publisher, at tlie end of the time, that they do not wis...

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Earth as Food. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 27 February 1914

Earth as Food. • _ Among many straugo foods which the inhabitants of this world par take of, and consider delicacies, perhaps the strangest of all is earth. Vet there are tribes, the Ijustinns of Siam, who actually eat and enjoy earth. It has never keen discovered whore these peculiar peo ple contracted this habit, though it is generally believed that it probably came about in the time of a famine when there was no thing else to be had. However, the habit has now got' such a hold ! upon them that, old and young, [ rich and poor, alike indulge freely in its consumption. i Jt. is preferred when it has been : acquired from the vicinity of waters ' so that it carries with it a taste of ' fish. H is made into a pasty sub stance and smothered into the ground in a hot fire. H can be obtained at markels and at stores, and is served at dinners and at big functions of any description. In some parts of the Congo earth [ is sold in the shnpe of apples and , oranges, and is given out in var j io...

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LOCAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 27 February 1914

LOCAL INFOBMmON. Lonoefield Sbiro Council.—Meetings held on last Friday in. every month. Conn cillora: Meatrs J. : Waddell, M.. Foy, A. Johnston, W. M'Intoah, J.M'Elhin* ney, J. Herley, R. F. BlaoUett, P.. Hemphill! and R. Graham. v Acting Seoret-ary, Mr P. J.' McMahoQ, Health offloer, Dr Finnis j Dairy inspeotor, Mr McKeneie. Pound I keeper/ Mr J. WAtbrland»...Inspeotor of naisacofs, Mr J. M'UonvlIe* Lancefield - ' Watertrork*4 Trast^-Com misaioners meetUat'Frr.lay in Avery month. Acting-Seoretary Mr P. J. McMahon. Lancefleld Horticultural Sooiety.— rhe. c6mmitteo .H0ld their meetings on the Mtonday on or before the full moon, Sec., Kir J. WftterlAnd, . - ; Lanoefield Meobanica' Institute.—The committee .meet second Friday-in each |^a©ntb.- Horf. rfccretaryr'Mr' J, Derrick; ' librarian, Mr John Waterland. Larioetield Rifle Clab,—Captain, Mr M. Foy ; aeoretary, Mr M'Elhtnney, Lancefieldk Brass Band.—Practice hold .weekly. Bandmaater1, Mr A. O'Callaghan secretary, Mr A. Williams. ' C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 27 February 1914

London & Lancashire Fire Insurance Co. All klada of PER80NAL ACCIDENT aod SICKNESS POLICIES totoed, j Do not d&lay completing with the abova | WMUhy .Corp«ra(idaft Workoftn'sJoBDrance I . Policy. • Firs.. Insurance. Writ* (or parSficalari, 4to, Insurance. ftnonol ikefdo'nt fau'Hce^ hrui under." soji» r#muk*bla ohanges during the Tut tcvr yt*TM. Prerainmg bavo been ttriaMd, ijouflfit# icor«a«ed, sad now #oh«m#i, including Zasuranca againat UIomsm And Ouetaes, indicate: a great *dTAio9 o® anything contemplated in «*J» mrly fttxxs ol tho butiriefiB. iaeaU^H. Q biding, "Metoui/'M I THfc <FiftU«hed Anmi»Uy) MAS07ACK5KER8 AND DEALKBS ^S»»'SS£;S «b«b». tba dlrwtory oont»to<> Ueta o£ EXPORT MBK0HA.NT8- ' .. —jib tttSOnod' tbey et"lP, "id the Colonl Sd Ko.elsn M.ckeU they «uptily 1 STEAMSHIP LXNE3 Mam™! nndtr tho'PorU to wMcU H»y mil, And lndl»«ng th. spproximaU s»ll'°8" • •pbovincial;tradk soticeb .. i„aiM W»traWu«a, M«rth»nts. eta. Tn tie Orindpal p...

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[?]ES AND REGULATIONS [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 27 February 1914

< AND REGULATIONS | the torm "The Common iK..uaed in connection with th^o ' • aici ibunlur.ions it includes Papua, '• .JOf.'ij lsian;!. and Norfolk Island, i LKTTJ5KH. * °r every } cimcc or fraction thereof. | or delivery within theCominou weoJth .■ 0 1 ! r delivery in +ho British Em j P»ro .. .... 0 1 I 'v delivery, in the New Hebrides, I u k», and Torre#. Islands 0 2 • <!*nvory in other'places .. .. 0 2i LETTER CARDS. . v.v.very within the Commonwealth: -iiigie, Id. each ; reply, Id. oach half, r unlivery iu the British Empire (oec .let of places under "Letters*')'—Siu ^le. Id. eeah.. a j* delivery, in NewHebndei, Banks. . ani Torres Islands—Single,,id. eaohi : or delivery itf'cther places--- Single, 2$d..each,-... .? ... POST CARDS. . Single Poetoarde impress^ with th# Id.. stamp, And Reply,or double cords, ^aoh hdlf of which has the Id. stam^' impressed thereon, may bo transmitter to plooes within tho Commonwealth, am to' those places, enumerated . undoi ! ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 27 February 1914

fEM FAMILIES "DR. MOHSE'8 INDIAN ROOT PILLS FIND A PLACE IN2 EACH OF THEIR HOMES," 8AY8 MOTHER. 'The lady whose., statement is pub lished below is the mother of thirteen .children, ten of whom are married. All of them take Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills. Mrs. Parker* who resides at Milieu and Thompson streets* Boulder, W.A., was £re2tl? benefited herself, havinff suf fered from rheu matism. She writes —"I have been a great sufferer for oiany. years from Rhtsomatics in the wrists and knees, which has caused me much agony. 12 months ago I :ould not move hand or foot, and was ■ confined -to my bed for a month, ana after a short rospito I went ti^Kal -goorlie Hospital for. threo ireoks, ;and came away as incurablc J but thanks to, 'Dr. Mofso'a Indian Boo& Pills, I find that I can. now successfully combat my old complaint ; in fact, they have al most banished it from my system. At the firat twinge I take an extra doso of your wonderful remedy, and the attack is stalled off. 1 alwa...

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Was Nursed by Napoleon. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 27 February 1914

Was Nursed by Napoleon. ♦ •The centenary of tho battlo of Waterloo will fall due within an other two years, and, naturally, old people who can remember that epoch making ovent aro vory few. Pro bably the most Interesting link with ihosn old dnys is tho centenarian at Xemlly, France, who claims that when he was a child ho was often held in tho anus of tho great Na poleon himsolf. Ho was born in 1807, four years before tho Em peror's son, the King of Homo with whom he ployed in the park at St. Cloud. Ho still possesses one of tho dolls which contributed i to tgho amusement of *'J/Aiglon," as j Napoleon's ill-fated heir has been historically, nick-named. Tho pa-! triarch is a. bachelor, and without relatives. For- fifty years milk has been his only food. He keeps a roof above his. head and. clothes himself decently on' thirty cents a day allowed him by the Assistance Publiquc.

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Animals as Weather Prophets. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 27 February 1914

Animals as Weather Prophets. Shepherds nnd others who spend much time In the open air sny tlmt we mriy always know when It will rain by watching the ways of ani mals. Thus, if donkeys bray* more often llinn usual, or if they lmng their cars downwards and forwards and rub Against walls, rain will come on. When cuts sneeze, and when they also give up chasing their tails, look out for rain. It will be rainy if the dogs eat grass or be drowsy nnd stupid. Kxpect rain when sheep tun* their bocks to the wind and when peacocks squawk n great deal, and when pfgs carry straw to their styles or are very restless and given to much grunting, and when the mole throws up plenty of soil. Rain will come when horses strctch out their' necks and sniff the air. ' In districts where bats are found it ' will rain if they fly into the houses | and cry much. And should oxen ' kick their forefeet or turn up their ' nostrils ntul sniff the air, or lie on their right sides, wo may count confidently upon wet w...

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IF THE COW COULD TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 27 February 1914

IF TI-JE. COW. COULDi .TALK. If ;,she: could, k hero ar6.; tjomo things she would bcycryapt tosay : '-VDo^ not forget tUat I like clover bay,. audt & ypu 'w|U give ,mc plenty i \vlll incrcaso, my. flow. of. milk. . "Giyo mo. plon,ty of. salt.. T likp it, and. it is' &?,o,4 for.my li^altli., kccp ing'.iriy'bowels,.in flrstrclass condition. ^U'l^basc; give me a good.shpjitcr from tjie icy. wiads and storms of sio.et ^mlj.sno^'. Thoy, make ,shiver. ;'nn(l:.;i suffer a yaoddcai while. I; cou suuicj all.. my food in trying to, kcop my, bojly; \yarm.. ; ; ,»-MI bp. glad • if I ltavo a. nice, •clca^, stali in. >yhich to sleep.. I enjoy [aVgood; bed of; dry.,strjiw, ami' wjll •\HPPP'. comfortablewliiio I manufac; Iture milk for my owner. I will do.my bes.t'to fill tUo pails it bo houses, me thus. •: VI?pri't lot my coat of hair becomo ■dirty and. filthy. If I could, I would curry myself, but 1 have no hands in wlUclj.to hold brush and currycomb. XfeoPso, uncomfortable whe...

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Springfield. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 27 February 1914

Springfield. {From Our CorretpcotHaC.) Harvesting operations are now com pleted, and on the whole the yields have not been up to expectations chiefly through the ravages of cater pillars and the high winds which pre vailed in January. Some good yields of peas are recorded. The continued ■dry weather has had the effect of greatly diminishing the dairy output and cows are now only milked once a day. Mr B. Scanlon reached the top price with his fat lambs this season— a very fine lot which averaged 18s 3d. This is sufficient evidence of the fat-1 tening qualities of the local pastures. The tea-meeting and concert, which is held annually in connection with the local church, will take plcce on Wednesday, nth March. This event, which has always been a treat to visi tors, is now being arranged for by a diligent band of workers, and intend ing patrons can confidently iook for ward to an enjoyable outing. A splendid concert programme is being arranged and the catering will as usual be in the ...

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AN INCREASE. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 27 February 1914

'AN INCREASE. Jignou : "Hear you. have nn addi tion to >our family." Nugsou : "Yes, two." "Twins ?" "No—ft baby hoy and my wifo'B mother."

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 27 February 1914

L&ncefield Farm & Horti cultural Society. Annual Show,! A WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY, March 11 and 12, T XDERAC PKIZK LIST. Entriei oIohj Jji. with the Svoretnrjr or member* of the ->ouiiniuco, aod with L)r Murdooh, Hoaisey, at 10 p.m. oo MONDAY, MAKI2 0. "Kplbe, Pot Fluntw, ntc., on Bale, • • Nuracrouuotbor attrftolionp.' > JOHN' WATKRUNH,

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