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Auctions. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 13 March 1914

Auctions. On Monday, 23rd inn'., at "Thorpa Furm," Ml.*.William, Me«nr» Oibnca iind Hudenu will offer, account Mr Jolin Nicboliso, stock, .implement^ furniture, cto. Momro Adamson, Strettlo and Co. will.pffer ou Wodue'dnj, 25th M»ruh, at " Dniny Hill" Farm, HeskUt, «u •oount Mr Goo. Harl«jr, lireatock, ini pl«moD)H, elu. Particulars of tbeae ule»'*p(i»r oJsewiiore in thin i«sue.

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
[?]ES AND REGULATIONS [Where the term "The Commonwealth" is used in connection with [?] [?] and regulations it includes Papua Lord Howe Island, and Norfolk Island. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 13 March 1914

■ i^rEii AND RECULAVtCbd [ y {*«'■-• the term 'The Comtunn wo;nth" la used in connection with fki.tjh -ttici uonfi it iuoiudeti i'ujmu :.u7*a iaou'e islnnj. nml Norfolk Island. Lirrmw, For finery i ounco or fraction thereof. Vor delivery within tbw Couin-ou wcaitb • • •; ; ® ^ Vor delivery in ''ho IiriU»h Em pire 0 1 r<>* delivery in tho New Hebrides, Uit::k3, and 'iorrw islands '.. 0 2 ••; delivery in other placcs .. .. U LliTl 12R CARDS. delivery witiua tbe CoounonwrtidUv dingle, Id. each; reply, Id, each hair." or delivery -iu the Umi>b Kmpiro <8G«-.* •' list of pnicet* under. 'gits. Id. ei\oh. . .. . . •'JV delivery iu tfe.w Hebrides, Banks. • ••and Tories 'iflliUKliH-Singlw. woh. *\ir '4eUvory in other places—• Single, *2id. -ouch. POUT CAllDS. Single: I'oatcarda improsscd with tlw Id. Bfcamp, and limply or double cards, , each hnU of wlucu haa the Id. stump impm&ed thereon, wny be transmitter ! to places within tite Coiunvoiiwo.'.lth, nnc I ...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Romsey Shire Council, Friday, March 6th. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 13 March 1914

Romsey Shire Council, I'riil.'iy, .March Mil... Present: — Crs. Brady (president) Howling, Stewart, McDonald, Sander son, Richardson A Yinnicombe, Cook Robb, Wilson, ami Ochiltree. COlUtF.SI'ONUKNCE. l'"rom K. Marsden, re dangetous state of road lrom Hesket Mold ' crossing the Woodend-Romsey road —Cr. Dowling said the council could not do anything, as it was a bound ary road. He moved the Woodend council' be asked to inspect it v.-iih a view to repairs. Cr McDonald seconded - Carried. Geo. Hyland wrote, re bad state ol' road ruutiiug south from the Moun tain Home Hotel. Cr Dowling said he thought it was the road referred to in the proviousletter.—To be informed the Woodend council had been wrt ten to. From Public. Works Department that £50 would be forthcoming towards tne bridge over Frost's Creek. From T. Dwyer, Riddell, that he would attend to the trees; but -would have nothing to do with the dog tax, as the collector would want a police man or a gun.—Cr Dowling said he understood...

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 — 13 March 1914

CLOSE ■SEASON' FOR fiAMlS. Tlio 'Whole ' Yonr.-^r.ftaghi^n' jnoknhH;" eron., Itangarno (g»i?y and. rod), iyre-birdu, nMive- be»ra.' owl*, Hwnllo.ws, mo|)okc». platyptiP. ♦•to. "Frrm 14th day uf June to Hi.e;20th day of Dtiueiubtti' iwonuh y-eai\—Bliiok .swan, wild gecHa o nil kinUn. Frniu 1st d»»v ofAuunat in .etch yar to thol«et day of February following.—Quail, bron^e-w iugcd or other wild pij^uua. FISH Frofln 1st .day .of September totho 15#if dny uf December in cnchyenr.—Black fiah. From Ut dny .of May t.o'lho 8int dny of Aupuet in each y.*nr.—English trout Fi-oin lat July to 15th Octobor in oaoh yoar.—Murray ,cr\d, pi*cch., and bteaju, I ' • - "'1

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 13 March 1914

Every year the demand for Tarpaulins is <;rowintf. They are used more in Sumrnei1 than in Winter. Having se cured some Extra Special Quality Cloths, wo aro offer ing tho Very Best Values. Write for our Special List, which is the Keenest cut Tarpaulin Ust yet offered. Gippsland & Northern Co-Operative Selling Co. Ltd. 434 FUIIDKP.S LANE, MCI BQIJRHE. RAILWAY STORES .FOB, THE LENTEN SEASON YOU cannot. do better than inspect the following, which hara just arrivHcl:— Salt Herrings fresh Herrings Kippered Herrings Herrings in Tomato Sauca Salmon (all size .tins) Sardines Whitebait ting There are all this SEASON'S FISH, nnil flin hf«l. lii-midK, A largo oupply of FRKSH UGCtS mi hand. All orders recuivetl will be .onrsonnlly nttendnd to *nd I'ROMITLT delivered' - — A Iftitri'olni'l: of 1/iilieii1 Gtints' e.nd Children's U>nt« and Shoes, nil Biases, li:w jupl, m-rived. They arc iimrkcd at low prio«s and WBLL WORTH inspection. Tlmse wlw reqr.ire a Tailm-mnde Suit for Ea...

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 — 13 March 1914

THE DISTRICT COURTS (1911). Tlie Police Mngisfratfl {Mr A. Bai'losv) attendH tlie following courts on tlio days specified. PETTY SESSIONS, . CBfitlomnine—Every Krirlay, at 10 ft. m except fourth Friday in month. Ky;io1un—Every Tuesday, at 10 .m,, except third'Tuesday in moulii, Da-ylesford—TCvery Wednesday, at 10 a.m. excopt third Wtdnenday in the month; Maldon—First ami third Monday bid the month, .it II 30 a.m. Trenthnm—First and third Thuradaya in month, at 10.30 n.m. # ■ Wcnuer.tl—Second and fourth Mondays in m<»nlh at 3 p.m. Chewfon—Fiiffc .FrMay in month at 3p.m. Tarudale—Frrat Taeadny m mouth'at 3 p.m. ■ • 1 •" • Frv-oratown—Second Satarday in month ut 10 a. in, Malmabury—SecondTuuaday in month at 2,45 p.m. Snubur.y—Fourth Friday io month at 2 pm. Blnckwood—Sesond Thunn1a> in imonth at 10 H.in. Gishnrne—Fourth Thursday in <month dt 10 a.m. Xrlenly.on—First Wednesday in month at 2 30 p.m. Lancetield—Tisird Wednesday^ mimtji ut 11 a.m. Komaey—Third Wedn...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 13 March 1914

HOW I SAVED MY HAIR. "my hair was thin, ahorf,-dry and | brittle. TCvery time t combed or.i brushed it. Inree quantities cnme out,! and I bad bcL'un to fe«r that poon ] nliould bo entirely'bald A upecialiaf. whom T cotiRulfed Raid minw whr a particularly bad-case of dandftvfr—ro %ad that he knew of only erne thin?: which he could'hope would overcome the trouble arid restore, my *cant trewseR to their former luxuriance and beauty. Ho told me to 'net- my chemiRt to prepare* a lotion composei of three ounoPR of %ay ruin, one minco lavona 'dp eomponee and quarter drum men* thol cryptalp, and to rnb thifl into the pcalp twice a day with the finger 'tips. I w»r pceptieal, but did as I was told. I To my delighted utoniph merit I eoon noticed that my hair had* stopped falling? out, and i"n a fo* ' 1 weeks my head wan covered with a I new growth of downy hair„ I con tinued the use of the lotion until li 'possessed a head of hafr, ail my own, j flint i« the wonder of all my friend*. J My spec...

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 — 13 March 1914

1AW RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS. 1. flubacribom who .do not rIycp «*• I press jiotic* ^ tho contrary are considered as wiehiutc to CouTKfUK their subscrip tion 2. ' If subscribers ordor the discont inuance ot their periodicals, the publifthor may continue to send the#) until Akksaks nro paid. 3. If siubscriocrp rofuso or neglect to tnko periodicals from the offico to which Ihev aro directed, thoy are Kk.simi buii.e until tboy Iiavo soitied their billw, aud. ordered the tho periodicals 4o be tto* cootinuad. subscribers . .• remove io .other plaftsvwithoufc jLnfortningtho publisher®; and tfco papers nro sunt to their former direction, tho subscribers aro responsible. 5, ;-Tlio conrts have decided that '•refusing to take periodicals* from tuo office or removing or leaving theui un called for is prima facia .evidence'.of in tentional Fkaud. 6, If subscribers pay in advance for a ooriodiaal, .they are bound to givo Notice to the publisher, at th,o onu.of Ih'o time, .that tboy do not wish to c...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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A Matter of Values. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 13 March 1914

A Matter of Values. - . .i "• A painting by Itcmbraudfc recently I sold for sixty thousand pounds.' Living artists are not so royally paid, yot most of them* place a higher valuation on their work than was placed by the old farmer who figures In tho following story. . A distinguished etcher, sketching in the neighbourhood, mado a study of the farmer's barn. Tho farmer happened to appear, and said he'd like to have the skctcli. "If it Isn't too dear," he added cautiously. "Oh/' said the etcher, who makes over two * thousand a year, "I won't charge you anything for tho sketch, but"—his eye lighted, on tho pig-pen— "But I'll tell you what. You can give me one of those nice little pink sucking pigs there." "Why, man," said the farmer, with a frown, "do you know what tlioso pigs are worth? They're worth four shillings apiece." I

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 13 March 1914

•"0rR. MOUSE'S INDIAN RfcOT PILLS FIND A PLACE IN j EACH OF THEJR HOMES," SAYS MOTHER. | Xhc lady whose statement is pub- ' lifted below is the mother of thirteen children, ten of whom .are married. AU of them take .Dr. Morse'a Indian Root Pills. Mrs. Parker, who resides at Millen and Thompson streets., Boulder, W.A., was greatly benefited .herself, having suf fered from rheu matism. She writes , —"I have been a reat BuftecCr for oiany years from * 'Khcurnatics in the wrists and knees, which has caused me much agony. 12 months ago I :ould not move :hand or toot, and was confined to ray bed for tt month, and after a short respite I wont to Kal jpoorlie Hospital fot three week#, and .came away as incurable {b.ut thanks to Dr. Morse's Indian Boot ijPilis, I find ;that 1 can inow successfully combat my ! •old complaint; in fact, ithey have al most banished it from my .system. At the first twinge I take an extra dose of •your wonderful remedy, and the attack iu stalled of?. I always keep...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 13 March 1914

London & Lancashire j Fire Insurance Co. -All kindi o! PERSONAL ACCIDENT ard U1CKNK0S FOUCIK8 iMftod. Dn not <tol«7 eompletln* with tho »W« WfAl,liy .Corpomtion » Workm»n'« iamr»n»-» fire Inmass's. Writ* tot p»rtionl«f«. etc. imtirance .Agmiid | Accident, :r::Z\ TorMDal Atcidoat burfnaw t*a muter* ■ good r«mshSu»b)» ahjuiges. dartog the fast Styt y«w». Pranluma bees rgtluoud, hennfltt iujreated, nod new •ciif/npfl, Juchiding loflurrtuco agauwt UlnMieH aud Di.toniee, isdir.&t« a great advaacn «a -.aoythinfr eontomplaUd is ibo •wly jreiuti af.th* bualn©4B. I Local afant—H. folding, " Lferoury " 1 A&c-e. ■ 10 Nfl 0 N flTfit C Tfl R VI (Published Ai»nuftlty) <S»ablm tra^r* throughout MhV World to ] contmanicAU iUr*>ot withiRnglUh • '' and Dealers tin web clom of giKxU. RAsidra'bein; a <yim- 1 £>!ute roaw>et€inJ guide to i«uuilnu andfta,] •suburb*, i|ic liirpctory confrtins of i: Ki£PORir: MREOifANT* -with ihbl&not...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 13 March 1914

Woodman.,|foll ll>a.t .rrpe'! . But- do nut attempt to do Rp nntil youhav# pj-KCurcd a Good Are from VA;« Williams, DunHford^tveeh Lrnct'fiold. Bv ho doititf, you will considerably lighten yonr in«k. * Heame's Bronchitis Cure Those who have taken this medicine are amazed at its splendid healing power. Sufferers from Bronchitis, Cough, Croup, Asthma, Hoarseness, Difficulty of Breathing, Pain or Soreness in the clieSt, experience delightful and rapid relief, and to those who arojsubjec.t to Colds on the Chest it is invaluable, as it effects a complete cure. It 13 most comforting in allaying Irritation in the Throat and giving Strength to the Voice, and it neither allows a Cough or Asthma to become chronic nor Consumption to develop. Consumption is not known where "Coughs" have-on their first appearance, been properly treated with this medicine. No house should bo without if, aa taken at the beginning, a dose or two is generally sufficient, and a complete cure is certain. ' by all C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 13 March 1914

JTESSUS. CLARKE, BON, and IT ATT, L 85 Gracechuruh Stceot, f undtfn E.G.., and MoisrR GimiuiI and CJotuh, St. Jifajeet. J.rudon, rcofivo Advorlisoroenta in I frnglo.id i«r" in*nrtion in the MttHGCHy Fileg of t'n6 Mkkcohy niav he iiupectod in abf>v« plnr>>*» until you lire worse before' starting a campaign against ' disease. No matter hoV slight , may be your indisposition your dlitv to yourself demands that ' 'immediate steps be taken to disperse it. U.' course, you expect to get belter 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, insteadoidisappearing of its own sweet wil I, frequently develops serious disorders if neglected. Your safest course is to which are the World's finest household remedy for the Cor rection ot derangements.of the Stomach, liver, or kidneys. Slight headaches, loss of appe tite, a nasty taste in the mouth and other little symptoryis of •that sort are indic...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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SINGING CALMS INSANITY. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 13 March 1914

SJNUINC; CALMS INSANI'JT. A girl's sweet Hinging is calming into sanity, in tho County Hospital ut Los Angeles, Cal., tho mind of a man demented. Where drastic medi cal treatment baa been* powerless to effect a cure, her melodious rendi tion of wimple hymns and pastoral melodies is producing striking men tal improvement* The girl, a young nurse, Js no cultured soprano, nor, perhaps, could she tell (' fiom (.J on a musical stall, but her songs are songs of sympathy, and for mora than a week have been the only inlluence that has cointrollcd the patient. Tho young woman is a recent recruit at the hospital, und the man, but for n brain , jangled by wild delusions, is a fine specimen of Urn American work man. Thysioians unci others watch-; ing the effect of the girl's voice on the patient declaro that sho holds I out the only hope of his recovery. |

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Detachable Heel Plate. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 13 March 1914

Detachable Heel Plate. Although this device mi'ght bo thought at first gin nee to be a horseshoe, it is in reality n de tachable hcel-plato for the ordinary walking shoo. The pawls, pivotally attached to tho tltrco uprights, huvo points intended to engage the. scuni of tho hcol of tho choc, these points being held tjccuroly in the scum by springs.

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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CHAPTER VII. THE REJECTED PROPOSITION. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 13 March 1914

CHAPTER VII. " ; therejected proposition. • "So you arc credulous already J" said Grenvillc. "Bnt you can't liavo. • finished that paragraph so Boon"—— • "That name," .cried Dick. "It is | amazing, wonderful ! Yet, perhaps it ! is no more than a coincidence !" ^ He s.at down again, and in a low. agitated voice bo read the clipping aloud. It was from a .London paper, nine months old, and it .ran .as .fol-.j lows: ■ ■ . "An ocean .'mystery .of ^thc p.ast hr, been strangely cleared up.by 'the '"'d lug of ft bottle on the. islan.d.,of.%w Amsterdam, south, .of. „tho In'liu'.i i Ocean. Many will remember .the dis-;. I appcarance of the two ships . Wandc; l er and British Queen twenty-s(?ven 'years ago, the latter,hound ... fr9«V: Hons Horn; to T-.pndon, and the for mer an armed ' vessel . that .cleared irom Sydney Harbour y,-.itli a ,pir,at(!; crew on board: Nov.- comes 'confirma tion of"a theory generally , accepted at the time. During : all these years the bottle has been embedded in th...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Electric Lighting. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 13 March 1914

Electric Lighting. On Monday evening a public meeting was held to consider the question of an electric lighting scheme for the town. The presi dent of the shire,(Cr J. Harley) presided.- Mr V. J. Crowley ex plained that a plant could be run by paying the Dairy Co.—say— •£100 a year for the power, and the cost would be altogether .£200 .per annum, which should be easily made up from street light ing and private consumption, and that it would be advantageous and profitable both to the council and the company. His estimates and reports of the success of other, municipal elcctric lighhting' schemes have appeared in our columns frequently. A number of pertinent questions were answered frankly, and the meet ing unanimously carried a reso lution,on the motion; of Mr C. J. J. Williams, seconded by Mr T. Griffin, that,the council be asked to secure a report from Mr Crow ley. The Romsey Council re received a proposition from Dal getjr and • Co- for lighting . the town, and the 'question of ta...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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CHAPTER VIII. AFTER SIX MONTHS. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 13 March 1914

chapter' vrir. • after six months;':* 1 Jt is September again. A year. has. passed since the mysterious cruiser spate^ed Captain Pnu! Vol borth from the enr^o steamer iu ,thc Pacific ; six mouths have rolled .by since that March day when Dick Val entine disappeared from London-with out leaving a trace behind him. And pick recalls these facts as.he copies, out of a shabby lodging-house on. the. south side of Washington-square m the city of New Y6rk, and bends his steps towards Broadway. : 1 1)he history of those six.months—, the pass they had,brpught.him to— .was not written on VicU's outward appearance., H^e was neatly dressed,., np'd .well groomed, his linen ,w.as spotless, his boots and hat ircc ' proachahle. But his thoughts waro ! bijick- and bitter, and m bis eyes was ' .the. hard, cynical look of one who h#s; lost faith in human nature. ] It was & brief and commonplace story. With his careless temperament .as ignorant as a child of the pro- j saic trade of mouey-making...

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Lancefield Mercury: With supplement. FRIDAY, MARCH 13, 1914. St. Patrick's Day. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 13 March 1914

fnncrfitlii Iflcrmj): With supplement. Kit I DA HAltOti 13. 19 U. I3i. Patrick's Day. The annual St. Patrick's Day sports are to be held at Roni.«ey next Tuesday, 17th inst. A very attractive programme of pedes trian events, hack, pony, and trotting race's, and novelty races and competitions, has >>een pre parad. A potato race on horse back, such as provided such a breezy item last year, is again included, also a wood-chop-, and the boys and girls will be given an enjoyable day as usbal. The Metropolitan Brass Band will play. :on the grounds. A procession moves off at noon, and the sports start at I p.m. For all except post entry events, entries close with the secretary (Mr Frank Carroll) to-day. In the evening a grand concert will be held in the In stitute, to be given by citr .artists. Particulars appear in '■our ad vertising columns, and further details ttiay be seen on the posters and the concert pro grammes which are in circula tion.

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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THE DAIRY. FEEDING GOOD and BAD MILKERS [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 13 March 1914

T Hf DftIR V . FEEDING GOOD and HAD. .MTI-KBHS , •A cow requires food. whether^ she is.*, milking or not. The amount of food • necessary to maintain • a dry cow in i fair, ponditioo, fo that sbe will xioi-,j ,ther .lose nor jtfiiirun weight, ^repift-'l scnts what js callcd hcr ''mriintcn ancc rcquircnif nt.". The maintenance rctjuircmry\t, of-hoaiyiy. coyrs- of-, simi lar weight does not vary much. If a cow js milking, however, she must consume and: digest food jn cxccss of Jicr mnintenmeo roquircmwit. Other wise ,she will lose in .weight. The food consumed by a cow yielding milk is thus utilised- . for twovdiflorent'pur poses. One part it? required for main tenance, aod this -may be set down < as working.expenses; The other part! is: utihsed ;to fill the milk: pail^rit is •the raw nvatcrial trom which milk is produced, .-"r ! i ' What is a good cow ? . It , is one; which .can dig<.'st ;aml assimilate tor • milk production an amount Of :foad which largely excee...

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