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Lancefield Shire Council. FRIDAY, 27th FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 6 March 1914

Lancofleld Shire Council. FatDiT, 27th Frirvart. Proflont: Crs Foy (in the chair) JohofttoD, Molntnah, Waddell, Gra ham, nod McElhmucy. CORRESPONDENCE. Prom tbe Treasurer, voucher for | £151, thecoQDotf'fl abate of the do • ■ dowm«nt. To Or Poy the engineer (Mr jQsaid the oouneil did not get a special grant.—Cr Foy said they generally got £50. Springfield and Pyaloug got something.- *Cr Mclntoflh paid if Pyaloce got a special grant Lancefleld should have got one. The Municipal Association Beat along -copies of amendments to the Thistle Aot aod Vermin Act, The Postmaster-$enerHl*R Depart f»ent wrote r.hrough Mr A.O. Palmer, re petition for the closing of the Lancefield poat-officfl at 1 p.m. on Satordwya, that though very little, business was doue daring Saturday afternoon, it was not desirable to1 cloae the offiee. T&e staff's hoora were being re arranged. The Census Department wrote that ■ at the 1911 census the population nf the shire was £>45; consiRting of 494 mnleR a...

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

Tiia Lighting Problem. At Friday'* meeting o' the Lanoe field Shire Connoil the letter of Mr V. J. Crowley, offering to report on an electric lighting schema for the town who considered. A letter was also received enclosing a commani | cation from another company. with whom Oalifo'y's io nssneiuted in the matter, oxplaining why a report offered had nut been fient. ' Mr Crowley was io attendance, Dnd Cr Foy (in the ehsir) etplaincd that, a representative of Duleety and t Co. had been np, and promised to givo them a report grstaitonsly^ o which the council hid no objection. Mr Crowley said that report wonld be as to what they were prepared to supply a plant for, which boiled down to an offer by a private company to put in a plant for »o much, or instai it for a term, and if satisfactory, sell it to the council. Whereas a consult ing engineer would tell them what arrangetnentsoonld -bo made, address a meeting, and pat it all in order, and let tenders. A private firm would •only put a p...

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

PubVio Notices THOS. E. WHITE DfE N TIS T OLUN8 Strkut, Fi.karihci! Boiloinos, Two Doom from George and George. —OON8DI.T AT— MRS. DAVIS', "LYNDHCJR8TV ON FAIE DAV.. KOM8EY THIED MONDAY IN THK MONTH,at MHA. l'l. PONSFOKD'3 PHARMACY. Painting & Paperhanging. W. BULLEN BESTRES to notify the Public of Romaey trad •surrounding ' Districts that bo is prepared lo undertake oil classes PAINTING and PAPERHANGING at Seasonable Hatee. I AH 'Work Ksecuted in a Workmanlike ■ Mannor. A TRIAL SOLICITED, The Turf. LAHCEFIELD RACING CLUB atjhjmn meeting Thursday, March 19, '14. Programme.: tniAt, Handicap, of 10 botb, for 'horsea that have never woo over £10 in any one race on tbo flat, B furlongs. Nomination 10a Pony Race, of 10 sovB.,for ponies 14.1 and ' under. All ponies mnst bo brought under notice of official measurer before 2 p.m. ■ of day.of noes, and owners holding Geo, .Watson's certififlato roust produce same. Fivo furlong'. Nomination 10 s ■LAKOEPiEr.D HAXDrCAP, of 20bdts„ 6 fur...

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CLASS N (Garden Produce. Judge: Mr G. Spring [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 6 March 1914

'CLASS N (Garden Prodnoa. Jndge : MrtG. Sptiug 'Peas, Mrs Potts Broad ?Bean?, E. jParks 1, Mariou' '.Danoun .2 iCubbaRCS, 33. Stammers ' iLettucen, M. A. Barr iRadisbee, W. H.'Wilson .. .. :Rhabarb, Alanon Unnoan 1, Shoo ban Bros 2, - Spinach, W. Wilson iRed Beet, A.. Hudson3, E. Parka.2 Turnips, -H. Haw Parsnips, J. Shaw 1, E. Stammers 2 iCarrots, ,G. Duncan 1, U. Stam mers 2 Onions, J. Shaw i, C. N. Bradley 2' Cucumbers, Mrs B. Shaw 1, C. N., Bradley 2 French Beans, W. H. 'WilBon 1, .J. Soanton 2 Turk's Cap, J. ;Shaw 1, 0. N. Bradley 2 Marrow, C. N. Bradley :1 and 2 Pumpkins, C. K, Bradley 1, A j Mo'Douald2 i Collection of Vegetables, Dr Muiv doch 1, 0. H, Brndley 2 Silver Brut, J, Scuulub 1, IDr Mu> dtioli 2 Plums, E. Stammers Strawberries, W. H. Wilaou 1, M. A.. Burr 2 lirApplep, M, A. Ball' Pears, K. Stammers 1, E. Parks 2 Quinct'H, p. Siummeri Collection Cut Rohcf,, W. M.'Wil son Twelve varieties Cut Powers, P, t1' Frowlny 1, Di Murdoch 2 Cao'ns Dull Huh, W. H. Wilaou 1, Dr...

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CLASS M: Jams, Jellies, and Preserves. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 6 March 1914

GLASS Mr.- Jams, Jellies, and Preserves. jodgea : Meadamea flanaon.Vfc E/iintt Damson Jam and Jelly, Miss M. Liini; 1, MisR-Lnng 2 Qnince jam, Mr* W. J. Sbelton Flam jam, Miss il. JLang .1, Mm Sbelton 2 Gonnoborry jam, Mrs 'M. Foy -i, Misa'N. G. Lsncr 2 Apple jelly,-Mrs A. Hudson i, .Mia Sbelton Melon Jam, Mis SlieUon Marmalade, Mi*B l.uriL'ii and 2 Raspberry and jelly, .'Mrs A. HndsoU'l, Mrs Sbelton 2 :Blaok currant, jam, Mibs M. Lang I,"Mrs Hudson 2 . Ked currant -jam and -'jells, Mia Sbelton 1, Mrs Hudson 2 .Honey (plain), Mrs G. Duncan .1 and 2 Hnue? in comb, Mrs iPotta :i, .Mm G. Duccau-2 Beeawas, Miss M. Lang Bottled fruit, Miss.-Si-ymour ;i, Mia Potta 2 .Pickles, Mrs .M. Foy 1, Mrs Sbelton 8 • Cbntnoj, 'MiaB M WatBon 1\, Miss Ei .O'Hara 2 Tomato BHQce, M. iWutson :i,, Mrs' M. Foy .3 >Sauee (any), Misa IE. '.Q'Harn u, Mra P.'F. Frowley 2 • Jams, Mrn A..'Hudson :'ellie8,'Mrs Sholton :Sweets, Misa Seymour il .and 2

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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 — 6 March 1914

©dcket Association ^ FIXTCEE8. "The followins ii the lint of 'Bistrict <Crioket Association S*tore« — March 7—Roimey •»- lianeefield:; iBiddelt v. JTewhitm. Mnroh M—Romsey v. Riddoll:; ilitnoefleld r -Nowbatn, M*roh 21—Firnt and «eoond teams ,play off. March 26 —Challenge 'match if wanted. v. . tAll matohpa to 'be plsyedon gronnd' •SPfirsVnutned clab.

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Court Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 6 March 1914

Oourt Fixtures. Thatollowinft Hrt> tho Police MoRifi ,<ral«'a day# ai attendance at th« .«onrt« of this port of tbo Cnstlemnino ;Ci8trioti— l^noeSoM—Wodnoadara, 1) a.m. 'Jntatirf 21, SVhraary 18, March 18 rApril 15, May 20, June 17. Bom«iy—Wodnesflayf, 2.S0 p.m. •on iwnu dates nn lancofiold. ;• VKTivxJend—-Mondays, 3 p rn. Ji»n— [ •>oary l2 itnd 36; Fobrnary 9 and 23; I • March's arid S3 ; April 2? , May 11' -and 35. nnd .Vnnn 3'2 j Eyoofon—ITifridftyvl'Q a.m. Jinn ;iaary 6, 13, and 27 ; February 3, 10, --sad £4„ March 3, 10, 24, and 81 ; April J'HrTtl 26; May 5, 12, and .20; Mknd Jonn ii, 8, 23, and -30. Licannine ■Caorra will be held aa '•follows;—LanceSold district (held at] 'Kom-ey)—January SI, February 18, March 1$, April IS, May 20, and jjana IV. Kyiiebon—Jatioary 6, F««brnary 3, 'March 3, April S, May b, and -Judo 32.

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

WOMEN WHO SUFFER From HEADACHES, BILIOUSNESS, CONSTIPATION, LANGUOR, NERVOUSNESS, AiNAEMlA ^Vomenwho suffer from "those everyday ailments which arise from a disordered ;state o£ the digestive .systcm—'the Stomach, liver, -tod bowels—should resort to the famous herbal remedy, Mother Seigel's Syrup. As a digestive tonic it has no equal. Taken immediately afUr meals it mixes with your footl and enables >you'to &ain'nourishment from what*you eat; your'digestive organs are strengthened ■and so enabled to do their work promptly and efficiently. Very soon the headaches, 'constipation, and kindred symptoms of indigestion arc banished, your strength is renewed, and you know Bkjir-n—wfc oncc more what it is to feel wigorousfchiecful.and'healthy. 'RarFBB Test .it for yourself -to-day, MOTHER SEIGEL'S SYRUP Mrs. S. Thomson, df Arnhumt Avenue, North Norwood, S.A., writing on Dec. 19th, 191 i. saye: "<For two years 'I was a great sufferer from indigestion and im poverishment...

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

'THE REORNT iEPIDEMSCS OF SMALLPOX AND 'DIPHTHERIA "WouMcertaibly not have attained such pro* -portions 'it the bygionio fact were more ^generally known that the dlainfection of the i-mouth by -a reliable and harmless antisep * tio la a great (factor, not only against such ilooal throat droeasea as diphthoria, tonsil*! ••'i iton, qniosy, and -sore 'throat, but! ragalnftal ailmonta where the .Infection itt . through (he throat or respiratory-tract, By' rpnUlng 3 drops of 8AXUKR'9 EtJCCA rLV-PTl EXTRACT ou a.<pta» of lea i augar, ftOd allowing it to dtaolve in tbe v,ttouth| that cavity is thoroughly diain tifectedL J The volatile nature of SANDERS' EXTRACT makis it ponotrate eTery*cre7tce : 8ANDEKM EXTRACT is not nauseous nor-' -< depressing like the commou uocaly.ptus ar.d » possesses groat antiseptic power. By using ■' 8ANDEK'S EXTRACT you avoid the un certain composition -of the lozenge; yoo f haw-the boneftt of. the strongest antiseptic > that can be u»ed ...

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SHE SAVED SOMETHING. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 6 March 1914

SHE SAVED SOMEI'ITING. A' noted musicteueher was giving a losson lo a talented but careless pupil, and wua rapidly becoming im patient with her. Finally, at a most cowplicatod purl of a dilli enlt piece, the pupil lifted her hands from the piano and made n wild i dash for her ' hnndlvorchlcf lp stop [a threatened sneeze.v It was the loat straw. "Oh," r exclaimed the teacher, thrusting her own handkerchief at her, "was there over such a girl ! You lose your position, you lose your fingering, you lose >our hand kerchief—you lose everything "Oh, no !" responded the pupil, with a twinkle, "not everything ! I haven't lost my temper." Coflpe is a fairly j,'ond njr puri fier, mid a lit tin burnt on hot con Is will purify a .skk room and abolish hud smells. Many physi* I nans think highly of the bracing [ effects of co/Teo taken before they , visit coses of infectious disease.

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CLASS J. (Poultry) [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 6 March 1914

'CLA8S if.iPoaHry) : /Minorca.oook,P.. Donovan Minorca-heij, M, McMobool and2 Braxvu Inborn .ban, J. MoLarty <1 cand2 'iWhito Tinhorn toock, P. iDooowin i,Ul. iAllan ^ Whifp:Leghorn hen, M. McMubou Bj W.4!illiHftn2 Wywrdotie cook, Al. MtiMiibon 1, jMth \V. J. Sbelton 2 Wy^udotte ben, M.' MoMabon 1 .and'9 Pljuioulb 'Book cock, H. W. Cook White 'WyuudoitQ 'cock, M., tdoMubon 1 and 2 Whit* Wyundottefaen, M. M4M ahuo i and 2 Plymouth Sook^ou, M> Mcijaboo 1, T. J. Stierhau ;$■ B|tiuk H.c. Orpington cook, M. 1 obd.2 ' Bluqk p„g. tOrpiogtnn ben., M. AlcMuhuu 1 u&d 3 Buff Orpiogtou cook, Mi ttcMibou Buff Orpington cook, M. MnMnhon Ctiok (hiiv puro breed), W. E, lames j 1. H. W. Cook 2 Aytoabuiy drake, Minn Soyuiour j Aylfsbary duck, Ming Seymour Mnaoovy drake, T. O'Connor 1, Mrs J. Forbes 2 Mosaovy dook, T. O'Connor 1, J. Morris 2 Indlia raaner drake, A. Danoan 1 •nd 2 Indinn ruoner duak, Marion Dan can 1 and 2 j Gander, A. Allan Bouse, A. Allan | Turkey ooiik, 0. Maha...

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He Asked for It. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 6 March 1914

He Asked for It. The following bit of repartee must cither hnvo cleared tho air or brought, on a storm.' Which result followed is not stated. An oflkur known by his friends to bo a rather "close" man, hns had ninny n putisngo at arms ; ivlth , his wife by roason of that very closo ness. On ono occasion a friend had tlui misfortune 1o enter Just as the pair were ending nn argument touch ing home question of household ex penditure. Tim friend was just, in 11 imo to iiear the husband say:— "Marie, you cannot hoodwink mo in these mnIters. i»o you think that I havn lived all these yearn for nothing V" "1 .shouldn't bo at all surprised," was the crisp reply. A man's coat should bo laid per fectly flat with the wrong nido down. The sleeves shoujd bp spread out smoothly, and then folded back to the olhow until each end of the sleeve is even with the collar. Fold the revors back and then double tho coat over, folding it directly in the contra soam and smoothing it out caro fully.

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CLASS I. (Swine) Judge: W. G. Kittle [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 6 March 1914

. 'GLASS I. (Swine) Tudce: vW. G. Kittle i| ?'Befkshira.80W(, X. iParka 1, 'U,; >JbboBtoD 2 ; . Sow.and litte^,KL Muber I, .Shots i iban'Broe. 2 1 Tbrae.punkere, Sfaeehap Bros !

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Puzzle of a Piglet. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 6 March 1914

Puzzle of a Piglet. Air. Caleb Peasleo -gazed qt his pig speculatively. It was tv- littlo pig—"Hardly, make a meal for a growing boy," Air. Peaslee had said —and it capercd about the pen and stood , with 'head uptilted to Caleb, pleading to be fed. .. Vi'dunno what he doos with all the stuff- wo'give him to cut/', ur ged Air. Fcnslce, plaintively. -'M don't sco whero ho puts it ! lie's such a mite of a thing, anyway. Ills appetito's something appalling. •Must tins mormn'. Jed, my lured man, took a brimming pailful ' of milk and stud. out. here and, pour ed it.into that trough, nnd stood here and watched that critter . eat up the last mite of it. Jed told me the pig didn't make anything, of eating it qll up in Just* a minute or two, and then the critt?r stood and squealed for more aright , on top of that. "Jed wondored, just as I do, whero ho found room for so much stuff," Air. Feasleo ruminated, " and he said tho pi# wasn't.'..a particle bigger alter hod et: nil that.pail ful. .lust...

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CLASS L (Dairy Produce) [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 6 March 1914

•GLASS Xj (-Dairy Produce) jjudgea.: MoedamoB Hanson and Elliott ; Market-batter, Mrs >0. Maber Mrs.H. Johnaloii 2 'Box of batter, Mrs j. Forbes •Fancy bnttor, Mrs G Duncan Home-made brand, Mrs A. Mao Dniialdi, Mins'Comaiinp;:2 Home-made scones (plain), Miss Maher Collection of pastry, Miss® Jensen I, Misb.M Watson.2. I'ound rnke, Miss Seymour ,i, Miss I. JenBQu .2 Seed cake, .Miss Ai Smithi, Miaa Shelton 2 Sponge crtke, Miss A. McDonald Miss M. vWutson 2 Jced cake, Mim E. 'Jensen ,1 ,Viotorin sandwich, lilias Seymour ;1, Miss M. .Watson 2 OioRerbred, Miss M. "Watson 1 Turkey Eggs, Miss M. Lang' . :Dack Eggs,.Mrs Q. .Dauoan .1

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Tiger in a Balloon. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 6 March 1914

Tiger in a Balloon. Russian papers from the Far East report (says tho "Daily Citizen") ft thrilling advonturo of American bal loonlbts with a tiger. Acconipan led by his fiancee, Mr. Kobster, an American airman, well known In Siberia, about a fortnight ago mado an oacent from Vladlvostock with the intention of reaching Kha barovsk, a town on the Amur. The balloon vrns a small one, unequip ped with a ripping valve for easy descents. Tho weather, howovcr, proved unfavourable, and tho airman resolved to land. He accomplished tho descent, and, as tho ballopu noared the ground, jumped out, hold ing the tran rope, Jntondlng to drag the balloon down to earth and as sist the girl to descend As soon us ho had jumped, howovcr, ho no ticed a Siberian tiger, which jump ed over tho American, who had thrown himself on the ground, sprang at tho car, and remained hanging while tho balloon rensccndcd. Mr. Fobstcr had no weapon with him, but a big knife, and it was out of tho question to urgo tho gir...

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CLASS K. (Farm Produce) Judges: F.B. Ebbott and Jno. Kirkwood [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 6 March 1914

0LA.8S K. {Fnria Prodaoe) Judges; R B. Ebbott and Jno. Kirk wood Wheat, J. .Archibald I, P. J. Sheo han 2 ,Oatn, S. G. Seymour OaleD ohaff, -Cook Bros. 1, P. J. Sfcahaa 2 ^Algerian oils, A. C. MaBouald J., J. H..Goodman 2 MaltioR barley, S. O. Seymour l, A. 0. MoDonald 2 Cape barley, E. S. Motoalf j,;Sbee hnn Broft2 White field pens, H. Haw Mangles, Joa.Shaw ■CapPotBi Jos.Sbaw Dan peao, .3, .Spriqg -t, A- 'Vinni* oomt» 2 White potetoea, Cook JBroa. j , A. Hadion 2 l£ed potatoes, ;Cook Bron Fodder maiae, :Shoehan Bros, i, Joa. Shaw .2 Bed potato«n;(open), .Cook 'Bros. i., G. Danoan 2 ■White potatoes (open), E. :S. Met oall.l, A. .'Hudson .2

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Circular Saws of Paper. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 6 March 1914

Clroiulgr Saw? of Pappr. Paper is af.' prosent used for all posstblo purposes in tho Industries and in nil possiblo (onus. It has ovou hcen possible by means of compression to give it a degreo of hnrdnoss comparable with stono, so that it can bo UFed as building ma twin!. Tho latest usa for papor however is perhaps the most pecu liar. A fnctory is said to exist in England which ia manufacturing cir cular gnus from paper. Those pnppr raws aro used for the manu facturing of fine furnlturo, veneor and other thin platos of wood, which must bo treated especially carefully. Some time ago circular saws mado from drawing paper were shown in an English exposi tion. The saws wero drivon by an electric motor and produced fine boards, which could not have been mndo better even by tho finest steel saw. Tho veneers made in this way aro so smooth that tho cabi net makers can use thorn without further planing*

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Great Mysteries of Science. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 6 March 1914

Great Mysteries of Science. (Dy GAUIIETT P. SEIIVISS.). | It Sir William ftamsay la right In tho conclusion!) that he draws from recent experiments of his—and ho is strongly supported by Messrs. Colllo and Fatcrson—wo may, bo foro long, seo tlio dreams of the nn ilent nlchomlsta fulfilled In ways of which they had no conception. The alchemists, who havo been uni versally derided and laughed at un til tho Inst few years, In which chemists have boon getting their oyos opened, bollevod that it was possible to turn base metals, such an lend, Into gold. Modern science said : "No I The different elements aro fixed In tholr naturo. It is ldlo to think ot changing ono into another. What they aro they will remain." Thon came tho discovery of tho "radio-active" aubstaiiccs, Ilko ra dium, and chemistry suddenly learn ed a now lesson. To everybody's astonlshmont it was found that atoms aro not, as had long been beliovod, ultimate, indlvisablo parti cles, by tho heaping together of which, . in v...

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CLASS D. (Neat Cattle) [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 6 March 1914

i CLASS D. (Neat Cattle) Shorthorn bull, »V, WetttharJey 1. -J. Forn_ytfa.2

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