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The School Committee. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 6 March 1914

The School Committee. • A meeting of parents-of children attending the iLancefield Slate Rohool was called for Monday <aflemomi, to nominate iroombera of the Sohnn! Comittee. Tbo head teacher (Mr McLean) explained the old committee had come to . an end. Ono member had proved himself a terrible battler, and his persoverunce had had some reward. He asked Mr Waterlnnd to take the chair. Mr Waterlnnd rhic! bho committee retired by effluxion nf time, and it re mained to be aeon whether the parents.approved of the work done. The members had worked hard, and always backed him op in any »ppli •CAtion (o the Department. When the old committee first met they saw'tbo need of having the school re-modelled. There wa8 not enough light, and the the-school was very damp, and fires bad to be kept up. The Government said children mast-go to school, and should provide a proper place for them to meet in. He bad always said neither the school nor the resi dence were up to requirements. They h...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Stock on the Streets. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 6 March 1914

Stock oe the Streets. The .nuisance of wandering cattle and 'horses in the town has been lessened somewhat by the turning off of the water at the troughs. Owners have now to look after them to see ■they don't perish of thirst. At the same time, horses are still tG be seen camped under verandahs in the main; street. The position of ranger is, seldom an enviable one; it calls for more tact and discrimination than the: money is worth .to ijudgeiwhen stock are being driven,'have got out, or are' being .deliberately .depastured on roads. At Friday's'-meeting of the council iCr Johnston moved that the motion appointing John McConville inspector of nuisances be rescinded. He was sorry to have to do it, but they all knew something must.be done about the cattle and horses on the roads, .Cr Graham seconded. There were so many complaints. It was disgraceful to see the wandering stock about, especially .on Sundays. -Cr Johnston said it wao unfair-for people to bring stock in here from outside, ...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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CLOSE SEASON FOR GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 6 March 1914

■CLOSE SEASON FOR CJAM1S. I 4 . This Whnlo y«sr.—-[j\u«iilng. ^amUsa. «mu, kaugHr«» (giey and red), dyre.birdB| native bears,' ujvIb, -flwollowtj, snopokco, platypun, etc. | From 14>th day c»f Jnne-tn t-boSOLh day of I Dneember in fficb ye*r.—Black awan, wild [ geeeo « all <Uinde. I Fmtu 1st day of AnjjnHt io-ouch y«ar to j tho laot day -of February •foUiiwing.--*QtiaiI, j broiizo'wiugod or other wild.pi^uoiia, ,'KISH. | From let day of Septenvboc to the 15th* | dny of Deoomber in oacbyrftr,—Rluck fiah» From 1st.day-of Muy to tho .Slat day of Auuuet in- rach y«nr.—English trout Fruai let July to ICtli Oct«»ber in each y oar.—Murray ootf, paccb.,and brcus. j

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 6 March 1914

RAILWAY STORES PtTBLICJ W04TC0E. HAYIN3- bonj?h( Mr. CL A. FT. Hunt'#* General Storekeepinf? B«ainWP|| bet? to request a eontinunnco of the Liberal Snppnrfc nneorded him in tlio past by residents of Ltmoefield and aorroandinp difltr icto. ah orders received will be personally attended to and promptly delivered. A large and varied assortment of Boots, Shoes, Drapery, Tin, ware, Glassware, Patent Medicines, Etc,, 'will be stocked, -First-class Quality Goods only will ha kept • As 5tis my desire to sell all goods at Melbourne Cash Enioes, -Ckwtomers .are kindly requested to assist nae—t>y pay iiig Accounts Monthly when convenient. J". T, Eannifjmi, GENERAL STOREKEEPER. :3/2/1914,

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 6 March 1914

Wnodmaiijlfelj[ that tree 1 But. do ■not.attempt to do «o untiJ you havo procured a (Good Are from A, Wilji»uaifl, CXanBford -street, Irncefield; By ho doinii, you will coiVm'derably lighten your taek. * ; Heame's Bronchitis Cure I Those who have token this medicine' are amazed at its splendid I dealing power. Sufferers from Bronchitis, Cough, Croup, Asthma, t Hoarseness, Difficulty of Breathing, Pain or Soreness in the chedt, ' experience delightful and rapid relief, and to those who are subjcci | to Colds on the Chest it is invaluable, as it effects a complete cure. It is most comforting in allaying Irritation in the Throat and giving I Strength to the Voice, and it tieither allows a Cough or Asthma to 1 fcecome chronic nor Consumption to develop. Consumption is no' known where- "Coughs" have, on their first appearance. Leer. ' properly treated with this medicine. No houoe should bo withou: k, as taken at the beginning, a dose or two is generally sufficient sa<d a compl...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Alleged Misuse of Water. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 6 March 1914

Alleged luisuse of Water. At the monthly- merlin* of Iho Lanoefiold Waterworks Trast Ser ^euMfcAJncknyjwho had b«on appointed fcho Trust's inRpector, roporfed he had used hifi beet endeavora fn prevent the lino of water for other than domestic purpoRefl, Ho gnvo notion to owners where tops or troughs were leaking. On 3rd Fehrnrry ftt C p.m. ho found rt hoBe running in Mr Itzerott's par don, and tho onmo day found a hose and sprinkler ou full tap in Mm Edwards' vegetable gardon, Ho had tho trough cut off at the Park, hh> there waR plenty of water in tho lake. The water would only be required when sports were on. The Chairman (Cmr. lfoy) said the measure* taken by Sgfr. Mackay were 1 very effective. Thoy were indebted to Mr MoMahon -(Socretary) for a little invention of hia by which the plcga were prevented from loaking. It seemed that in nome caRos:the by law had been 'broken. Tho Secretary wud 'the '.previous-' -fair day -ho found a lot,of .pig haycifi with a plug out at'the rail...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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LAW RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 6 March 1914

LAW RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS,. 1. S-abflcribera who do not give ex press notic* the contrary ara considered is wiabin* to Contihos iboir subecrijh tion. 2. If subscribers ordor the dUoont inuanod of their periodicals, the publisher may continue to sand then) until Aiiukabs are paid. 5. If subscribers refnse or neglect to. take periodicals from the office to which they are directed, they are R&^i'O* SiHLB until they hare settled-their bills, and ordored the the periodicals to.ba d& continued. r?>. 4. If subscribers- remove to other .places .without informir,g: J aniTtlio papers atfr sent to their former direction,.the subscribers nro responsible, 5. The courts have decided that , "refuftiug to tako periodicals from tlib office or removing or leaving fhoin un« called for is prima facia cvidonce of in* j tentional Fiuajd. 6. If subscribers pay in advanoe for a periodical, .they are bound to giro Notice to the publisher, at the end- of kbe time, that they do not wish to...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 6 March 1914

Miss M cConville, (Late of MISS BOLDT'S, Eourkc-street, Melbourne) DESIRES to notify that she ii now pre pared to take in ;DreB*miiking; or go oat by the day. Price* Moderate. ADDRESS " Mount View," Lancefield

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LANCEFIELD RAILWAY. MELBOURNE TO LANCEFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 6 March 1914

LA.NCEFIELD RAILWAY. I MELBOBRHK TO IiiNCE?IEI,U. Melbourne dep. 6.40 Lancefield Junction arr. 8.14<t«p. 8.55 Bolinda ... ... ... § § Monogetta ... ... § § North Mouogett* ... § § ftomsey ... ..." ... ... 10.10 Lanoefield ... arr. 10.25 P.M. Melbourne ... ... , dtp 542 Lnncefield Junction arr 7.10 dep 7-18 Roms»>y... ... ' "v'j- 8 2 LanceSeld ; ...... , orr 8.15 . • On Saiurday.iv tKis^ tc&inf 't'esiek 'Melbourno (3.30 arid reoalies Ijanco Sold at 93 p.m. •' ■ Lanckiieu) to Melbourne. V . A.M. C&nosfield... . ... ..J dep. 7.40 Rotnscy ... '• .... ... ...7.55 Iiaucefield Junction arr 8.24;<i«p 8.41 Melbourne... ... . ... ...9.45 ■ - pm. Lsnoefiold ... ... ... dep. 0.0 ' Romsey ... ... 5.25 LanceSold ^auction . arr. <J.ll Melbourne ..." ... ..-.arr. 7.27 - Distance from Lancefield to Melbourne, 4B| miles ■ ' Height of Lancefield above the sea lor«l, 1561 foot. tiHOIVIKLO RAILWAY. Faros.—Lancefield to Molbourne-^ordin. ary fares)—1st ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 6 March 1914

Public Notice*. £1000 ■PRIZES £1000 Acknowledged to be one ef the moat feouine of alt Wtk Tear. Art Uniooe e»er held. wth Tear A» POPULAR AS XYT.il. THI OHKJLT ETEIfT OF THtt TEAR SSra Avjitjejijit Kioar Hovts Dat Qruti Tete,' &&a»r, anil Art Ual&u. Ia • aid o? Ibe Charities (Town asd Couutrj). Exhibition Buildi.nob. Mxlbourhb, Monday, 37tb April. B1|fct Hear* Cay. Public »*»d 'Sank HollcUj Bioht Houeb Art I'xioh 10) VlLt** £1,000 worke of xrt bj AUitrallan ArtUte 1st"' Price. Oil Ptimintf, Vqlue £500 2nd Priae, Oil Pnititiug, V*lue £100 3rd Prize, Oil P«tnt>nff Value £50 •■and 97 other Prlsee raoplne i.. T«lu« from £20. NOTE.-The Committee are purch^injr and paying for the Picture! the amount* at whWi hey are valued *a *ho*e vtattd, In orritr, '«w«*er. '.o fwViy aalWy the PuHie and Sub*r.ribera *f the fccua Jides of the Art Unlftfl, p.ml that, in their oplnimi, the Pictures are w erth three price*. the Commit tfn Teri (if applied to within" «?ie mouth fro...

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THE DISTRICT COURTS (1911). [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 6 March 1914

THE DISTRICT COURTS (1911). The Police Magistrate {Mr A. Barlow) attends the following ooarta on the days specified. PETTY SESSION8. Coatlomainc—Every Friday, at 10 a.m cxcept fourth Friday in mouth. Kyncton—Eve^y Tueortny, at 10 a.m., except third Tuesday in month. Daj lefiford—Every Wednesday, at 10a.m. except third Wednesday in t>ho month. Maldon—Fimt and third Mondays in the month, at 11.30 a.m. Trentham—First and third Thursdays in nwntii, at 10.30 a.m. < Wcodend—Second and fourth Jtfondoyo in month at 3 p.m. n' Chuwton—-Firat Friday in month at 3p.m. - TnTadale—First 'Vaeaday in month at 3 p.m. - ' Fryeratown—Second Saturday in tsonth at 10 a.m. Malmabury—Second Tuesday in month at 2,45 p.m. Sunbury—Fourth Friday in month at ' 2 p.m. Blackwood—Soonnd Thnnulaj iu month at 16 a.m. ■GUboroe—Fourth Thursday in month at 10 a.m. Glenlyoo—First Wednesday in month at • 2 30 p.m. 1 Lanccfio4d—Third Wcdnoeday in'month ut 11 a.m. Romsey—Third Wednesday' in month at 2.30'p.m...

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Quebec's New Industry. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 6 March 1914

Quebec's New Industry. There is talk of the establishment of a now industry in- the Province of Quebec-^no less . than the making of that epicurean delicacy; "Devon shire" cream. As a result" of inr vestigatloiis recently carried out in the laboratory of one of the-agri cultural colleges of this province, n lending; agricultural ...authority.,,- .ha*, come - to - the conclusion that- the making of clottor! cream practically identical with the far-famed pro duct of Devonshire is perfectly, fea; siblo in Kastern Canada, dairying is already a nourishing industry in Quebec, and the making of clotted, cream- will, open, up new; possibilities of development; Many farmers in the country, districts, own large herds of Jersey, cattle, and are, therefore, in a very favourable po sition for taking up this new, in dustry, for, Vhile it is not at all essential that .Channel Island breeds shall be used, a rich milk is of course preferable. In tho large cities and popular summer resorts, of Queboc...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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LOCAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 6 March 1914

LOCAL INFORMATION. XancefieM Shtro Council,—-Meeting^ held ! 6w hut Friday in nvery month. |Conn ' ottlof* i WfBurt 3- Waddefl,! M. Fov, A« Johnston, \W M'lutnsh, J.M'Rlbinv n«y» J. Ho'riky, It, tlVBUokett, R; RetiphiU, i a»d. R, Graham .-Acting • Seofotorf, Mr P-J.'McMatoorr." Health officer, DrFirinfs ! DWify Inspector, Mr Mc&jnzio. Pound. ! kctfypr, Mr J.' WaterWnd, Inspector of t)QfA<*f<c«s. Mr J. M'ConvlIe. j ' i l/Ancofield Waterworks Trust.7-Cona» | Diifl»{oi)OM meet Uot FrHaySn every ifonth, I Acting Seor«taty Mr P. J.^WoMahon,i . Lance,Se!d Horticultural Society,— | The committee hold their ttjeetinja co the | Monday on or befottfthe ftell moon«t Q«o., i Mr J. -VTatertfcod. ; | Liincofleld. - Mechanics' TnatUuU.^Thc ■committee id tot. second 'Friday ''in' /ioch! i>mnoth. Hon,1 secretary, . Mr ./J, Derrick; ! 'librarian, Mr'Johri V7ateflind. Lanjotield Rifle Club.—Cnptaio, Mr ?4. Foy ; secretary, Mr M/Elhinney, liftucofieM Br&sa Band....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 6 March 1914

London & Lancashire J Fire Insurance Co. *D kinda of emsuit&v .AGCihhiir: »nd'SICKNESS FOUCIKs Wed. . Do not (May eemplatinj wilt the Mktic [ w&althy Corporation a Wo'^nwri'* Inimnpy-.- I Polioj. I Firs lasurats-os. j "writ*?for p^rtiotiUrs, oto, I ■hmirmice •■] -igaimst. : ■ . '?ei80Dal Acci'dont 'foutfneMhaa <nndor-' .gone rtmarfcabid change* during tho. hut few yeara. Premiums havo beoo ' •reduced, beonfitB Uioreanod, and new ■4<tbeme*f tadaAing Ic/mrance against' ' Jlineuei and Diseases, .indicate a .great wlvAUM oo ooythiap contemplated in efce>«ar2y.yttir« of the bindaetB. , Coc*\ Qoldinj, "Moronry"' *rfbc4. •' J ! IflflDflt ^RECTOR? ,(PabU»li<fd Annually) j (3&ablea trador*'.throughout »thi» World to: , communicate diroot with English MAHUFACTORSRS AND DEALERS •In <s*isb class-of jfootla. f8«8idosb«iQg,-A cam*' opiate coiamercia] .guide 'to London and itai •taburbtr, the direatoryroont&in* ...

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POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS [Where the term 'The Commonwealth" is used in connection with these rates and regulations it includes Papua. Lord Howe Island. and Norfolk Island. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 6 March 1914

POSTAL RATES AND REGULATIONS 1 ■ the term MTho Common wealth" is used in connection with tiiose | rate® and regulations it iooludos Papua. I Lord How© iaJAnd. a»d Norfoik Island, j 1 P®* •*** i osJace or. fraction thereof. Hot debvtry wit&iAv&e Ccnuuoo .. .. .; •;* ; ... 0 • i For delivery in *h*> Britiah Em pjp-i.. . 0 & tfordeireryin the Now H«br>de«, Baok*, &nd Torreel&lsiida f 0 3 bor delivery inotlaer pJeco* .... 0 2i • _ LETTER CARI>8. For deiirary within the Commonwealth: ^ Stag)©, Id. £aeh; reply, ldu oach hA)f. ?«r delivery lu tfc* Urituh £mpiro (jmw Jietof places under "Letter er>—Son . ^e^ 14- **xib. ' , i For 4e&**y in- Neir Hebridw, Bwriw, Toma^IaUtide—Seaglo.'lid. each. Pot delivery, in other pl&oee— i&ag}*, 2$d. each. 1 • ' POST CARDS. ' , .Stogie Roflt«rdi Impressed with fci* Id. stamp, and Reply or deuble oardo. fiftoa half of which ko« the, Id. stamp j *mpreoeed tbereou, may bo trx-QAjaitto...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 6 March 1914

jTESSRS. CliAftKE, SON, nad ITATT, JL 85 'Gracechuroh Street, Itondoa E.G., and Messrs Gotdou and Gotah, fa't, Brido Sftreot. London, -rwjidvo AdvertiaeaientH in Fmglsjid i»r insertion in the Muhoory Kilea of tho MBROOftV.m»v ho inspcoted in KOOVO plarM tmflrl 70W are yrot*e before starting a campaign against disease. No matter how slight may ba your Indisposition your dUty to yourself demands that immediate steps be taken to disperae it. Of course, you oxpact to get better and not worse, but whore health is in question you are never justified in leaving anything to chance, and, as is well known, indis position, insteadof disappearing of lta own sweet-will; frequently develops serious disorders .If neglected. Your aatestcourss la lo tauf BEECHAM^S PILLS which *rc tho World's finest household remedy for tho cor rection of derangements of the . stomach, liver,. or kidneys. I Slight headaches, loss of appe . tite, a nasty taste in the mouth and other little symptoms of ! that sort are ...

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Worth a Bullet. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 6 March 1914

Worth a Bullet. In soma reminiscences of the late Boer War, Colonel Kekewich, who | so gallantly defended Kimberley for | 126 days, tells tho following story. One day ho was approached by a private, who asked— "Colonel, when do you expect wo are going to get'something to cat?" "FJat I" exclaimed the Colonel. "Did..von join the army. merely to get .something to eat V" "Well, that's about the size of it," replied the soldier. "Here," said tho Colonel, culling an oflicer, "give this man- something to eat, and Ihon havo him shot." Tho oflicer understood the joke, and replied—"All right, Colonel." The private, however, exhibited no alarm, ami, turning to the offi cer, said — "Huil me a ham, Captain, stew up h coupb* of chickens, hake two or three pounds of poattoes, fetch a gallon <>' beer, and load yor guns ! With surh mducemenls, the man who wouldn't bo willing to die is a blithering idiot !" A heurty ineul was prepared for, the soldier, and the threatened exe- I cution n...

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"Every Picture Tells a Story." [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 6 March 1914

"Every Picture Tells a Story." Potatoes . grown with (right) and wilhoJJi.' hehiie as the previous crop,

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APPLICATION OF POTASH MANURES. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 6 March 1914

APPUOATION OF POTASH MANURES. , One important feature In the ykilful uso of artificials is tho proper sea-| son of tho year to apply tlicm ire-: marks tho "North British Agricul turist"). This point has far greater | significance than most farmers com-' monly imagine. Espocially is thiH I truo in the case of kainit and potash | manure salts, where success or failure may depend on the season of applica- j tion. Kainit is a very useful manuro if applied at the right timo. If ap plied at the wrong time, it may he thrown away as far as the crop in question in concerned ; it might oven bo hurtful to some crops if used at a wrong time. < Tho results of a large number of experiments conducted on tho Con tinent and in Great Britain glvo valuable information on this point. The majority of them point to the advantages of early application of kainit and potash salts, that Is, au 1 tumn or winter application. Profitable increases arc given by both autumn and spring applications, but ...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Auctions. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 6 March 1914

Auctions. Messrs Wm. Skelly and'Co and Chas. Hamilton will hold their usual monthly sale at Kilmore on Monday, March 9th, when a big yarding will be forward. On the same date, the Victorian Producers' Co-operative Co. hold a sale at Woodend. Messrs. Pearson, Rowe, Smith and Co. (in conjunction with Cameron and'Cardew).will offer at Romsey, land, etc., in the Estate of W. P. Leonard (deceased).

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