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

ONIONS. Winter gniou crops ar,o i»es»t sown duriqgf tbo last week in April or early in May. Tripoli onions is most gen erally sown, superior varieties of which arc Golden and Giant Hocca, wliiJst Ailsa Craig is excellent and produces very large bulbs. All Tri poli onions fire, however, soft, mild, ! and Keep indifferently when harvest ed, hence of rccent years many grow-1 ers have sown in lieu good forms of Spanish onions, and proven that they also Hand the winter and como in for transplanting for early 'bulb ing," bei.ng usually transplanted dur ing mild weather in the month "of October. The seed is host sown in very shallow drills eight inches apart, trodden into the drill when sown, and slightly covered 'with fine p'oil ; should the ground he v«r> dry, it will be desirable to give the sred when sown a good watering, because prompt germination is of importance. Present sowings should "be thicker Oh/an is desirable in connection with upring sowings, having in view the contingenc...

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

Fashion Notes " K**tUH.v> Journal" No 99, from Outfit A,' No 12 Single 90i cach, uc*i »» deweribci1. oelow. Lady's Evening Dress. Simplicity and #rnce are the dopllrd j characteristic* of dr<sa for evening -wear, ' And in tHn illustration we km how pretty a f simply made frock of "orue soft mate»ial can I be, During the hot summer weather, nn evening drc«R is quite a necessity if one is | to be crunfortahir-; and if made in mi in. j fxpen^ive materia! it m*y be worn rrtry ; evening *vith the preRfet,t pleasure ami com. fort. Tliis particular design ha* an under 1 slip of plain satin while the tunic and bodic« are of embroidered niu»m ; but. the overdrew lcoul'1 just n« enpdv he niai?c of net, rnuelin, «»r c»ttoti vnilo ; nnd, if ot o with n bordered wac the effect would be charming in the rxtnnue. Any skirt could h* utilised for tli« *lip, and iv pood way of wfftnnp out u haif-woni frock wotilri he to cut the »kirt off, and make n tunic overdre p, surh an ih* *bo e, to...

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Markets. MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. Melbourne, Tuesday. The Gippsland and Northern Co-operative Selling Co. Ltd. report as follows:— [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 13 March 1914

Markets. MELBOURNE GttMN MARKBT. Melbourne, Tawdar. ThoftippBlMkl and Northern Ca»t>per&Uvl •Selliui; Co. report At follows 1 Whout — K«iuj, 3a tttodium quil* (ties ntwuditm to eauipl ,• Oats—Milling Ih 10J>1 10 U lid; feed, la 9 t to Is 11^.1 for beit ; i» G*d to, U 7;d for mo^iuin, Oarlcy—Choicft English scarce At 3s 6<t; fi»od4 Ms 2<1 to 3* 4d ; tut inquiry far med ium; (?.'n»e4 Is lid to It 4dt awarding to quality. Muita—There is very Utile* dunlin tbil line, and the demand ii quiet at til 7^cl. I'otstinja—'There is a irood deiiMud for prime. (iainp|(H4 which are selling freely at £4toX4fi>. A giod ehnto 6( (he arrivals I uru my grubby nod then* aru hard toclesr* | ChAtf—Althongh heavy nusntitlee oou tintiH forward, (he market in rather bftltai; I'rimu o:itui» i« eollipif At £3 2a fitl to £3 6» 4 ami (!ooi| ut X.'i; hut Irtwer jjrales »ro very difikult to oloiir prltwa raogirn; Uottu 14 £2 12sjfid to £2 15-. Ouicos—lhcxeJuo Btcady at £3 iOr...

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

THE DEFENCE ACT. Sib, —A cutting from your issue of Jacnary 23rd hns b^eu sent to rne, in which, nnder the heading " The Sbukers," yon print, the following ••ViiHom can** of allied hardship are quoted, bat. can be passed over as ex parte statements, especially when they are capped by the ridiculous 1 taradiddle that a boy Hpvd 14 years | apeutlOOC boors in prison, moody in solitary confinement, on bread and wafer. Rnffl !" Now, Sir, I tmclose a statement of t.he facts which I have porsonally verified from intimate ac quaintance with Viclor Tea «nd his parents, from iuspecf-ion of the van ons snmmonK&s nerved on the boy, and from the police ooort proceed ings as reported in both local papers, and although such proceedings mey appearincredible, that does not alt*»r the fact that they have occurred, and in common fairness I think you nbonld acknowledge »-pme.— Your*. etc„ ALFRED SAYCE. Ryftti-Btreef, fi&UwfiT Town, Broken HiM, N.S.W., 1 /3/*14f. The Secretfixy of the Fr...

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(All Rights Reserved.) THE Secret Island. A Story of a Strange and Exciting Adventure. SYNOPSIS OF PREVIOUS PARTS. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 13 March 1914

(All rUghtu Roaorvod.) -T H E — Secret Island. fl Story of a Strange and Exciting Adventure. Uy W. Murray Grnydon, Author of 'Miitthew CJuln," "The Curse o( tbe Cftrdcws," etc., etc. * SYNOPSIS OF PREVIOUS FAKTS. While on a cruise round the world in his steam yacht "Boadicca," Dick Valentine, only son of a wealthy j English gentleman residing nt Heron Court, witnesses a 6trangc seine en acted in mid-ocean.. An ironclad cruiser stops the cargo steamer Golden Horn, hound for :'nn Fran cisco, and forcibly abducts from the rabin Captain Tanl Volhortli. a fam ous Russian military engineer,, who has escaped from Siberia. ■ The Bri tish mnr.-of-wnr Malta, If answer to the steamer's signal of distress ar rives too late to lie of any assiit- | nncc, for. the mysterious cruiser. as j soon us the Malta is sighted vanishes ! at immenso speed. Die',: recognises i one of the officers of the Malta to be lieutenant GrenviUe. Six months after his return to England, Dick learns of the failure of the ...

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

The '"Star" Steel Wings Kever Grow Weary ! •' I No matter tow light | "breeae the . j "Star" (back-gcarod AU-steel) Windmill will found whirling pn smoothly ami aiieotly dvin£ it* <luty> while other mills aro a( ft standstill. 'Che reasons why j thu "Stat" is always at work, and ncrer j on strike, are fully txplaino-l in Cat*. j Sogiie, which will be mulled free to auy j ftddrcia fotr the asliag—vrrito for it, , Prices from 110s. J. BARTRANP & SON PTY. LTD. 586 Bourke-sfcreet, | MEifiOCENS. fl ——Come td*-T—• NICE'S UNIVERSAL 8T0m xatstcefield; l'o r all year j REQUIREMENTS. .. Summer ecstasies. And ' ' Milllsery "-Abuses t ' "-3^33 Baskets ^Seats and. Shoes . .Men's and Youths' Clothing, ... "Greceries Crockery '[ Ironmongery. Aigent fur— . . * headert and LanccfwUi jVercury: j H. V.. ■QQt-LER . iSafidter and General Harness Masker, ^Oornor of Duoufnrd nnd Raglan Streets, liANCKFlELD, i —Gtook of—— > ! ■•Em lit! SADDLES • "AND BRIDLES "^Beenie'sSand others k...

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PART 3. CHAPTER VI: A MYSTERY OF THE PAST. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 13 March 1914

CHAPTER VI/: A MYSTERY QF THB. PAST." "You look a perfect wrcck, Dick," said Geoffrey Grenvllle, as he dropped into an easy * chair and lit a cigar. "I should swear you had been mak ing a night of it, but that I happen to know the' truth. What does it all mean, 'anyway? Don't be so con foundedly mysterious ! You rush off yesterday afternoon to keep an im portant engagement, you can't be found at night, and the first thing in the morning I learn of your .exciting little row down at Wapping." "The yacht lies there," growled Dick. * • "Ah, I .never" thought of that, old chap."-. * . . ; v*'But how ~ did -you hear of Uia row ?" r * "Thzic's a little... paragraph in seve ral of the papers—just a line 6r two, *ou know." • / . ■» .; . . r* "Confound the papers-!" muttered l^cK,, and he lapsed into moody, si Icacc: •; - Grenvillc watched his friend jntent „ly through-a cloud of cigar smokp. •It was the morning after Dick's unfortunate adventure. On coming to his senses, he had found himselt...

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

Police Staff Changes, At. the couoluatou of bii*iiJOflA at t-he Jjaucofleld Court on \Yedm»*d»y morning ihe chairman (if the hnuuK (Mr Mark Koy) aaid they und«*r«tui>i tliHf 'Sgtv Mackay wan leaving t>n»i'e« field. Ho vr«p pure „He had the" com:urr*2Ko of. both hi* cnllrnguf* \w remarking how aatii>fied jhpy.wer««B uia^iHiratfH \vit<h tbe naanner u» which It* hud-coiiduotud the hy«ii»e*a c»f I ha ouurb.'V'He.hnd alwaya 'fvreaenfed fhe OR604 with ucumen and eowd buainuM knowledge, iwwi «how<ed a ical at«. yuaintanoe with \liii dutiea. Thay uever found 'hiin unduly harah, and were ptaafted to make -ihnt -oxprcflflinn of fliUinfrietion with the Wfrgrin which ho hud eouductcd the buArnepB. Mo hoped Sgt- Mnckay would have * HutUfac'ory franafrr, and that he would gat< ou we)!, and ulan hi* family Tito bench congratulated bim on the manner <q r<lncb he bad carried out hm dutiea. Mr A. Johnfiton eaid bo was very «»»rry Sgt. Ma...

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

SHIRK JNFOBjMATIQia. T>AiicefieM' ahlre—-Ar*», W jx\. nwl« Population of &hir«, 1992. Number o iwelliogg, 202. Komney jbirc.—Area, 86 aq. mile#. Fopo# l>tion of phite 1900. Number or dwslliiMft, 420. Kp/inpfleld i»Wre.-r-Area, U1 «|. ail. •Population of -shire, 705. Hirafcet f> ^Iw^lin^rn, J It, Pynlung flHire—Area, 220 sq. tnUe»> Population of shire, 1200. Nn»ber dwellings, ,380. 2Cowhiun>\Voodeo<l ehirf,—Af*o, ICO'xj. miles. P'lpulaton, 2400, timber ot dWelliogi -482.

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

POSTaVj information. Mails are despatched from the Pas ; Officu, Lauctficld, w olio.?™ :—Daily j Koronnv and Melbourne,(&ud(lftyficj::opted) | —-mail clews at 7 a.m. and at 4,SO p.m. ! For Emu KJat, od Tuesdays and Fridays, cWe* at 1.1,50. Rochford, Nowbam, and Wnodend, doily, Alone* at 2.1$ p.m. j Kiimoro cvu Monday. Wednesday and ' Friday, and for SpriugQeid ?a same .tfayf, cinsfs 2.30 p.OJ • Tbo Lancefield Post OgicQ .is.closed-daily At 6 p.m. On Saturday nights tho efficc open* for. 4eliv,ory of letters oJt 9.30 p.jcn. J on .othe.r .nights at 8.30.

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LANCEFIELD RAILWAY. MELBOURNE TO LANCEFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 13 March 1914

LANCEFIEU) RAILWAY, I MelBOUHXE To LANOKflBr.U. A.M. Melbourne „.depf 5.40 Lancefield Juootion arr. 8.14 ticp. 8.55 Bolin^a ... .... § § Moncgct'ta ... ' § § Noi th Moncgetta - - § § rt«*nnny ... ... ... ... 10.10 L&nceficld arr. JO.25 i ■< > F.M. Molbour.qe : dtp 5.42'< Lft^efiSldv Junction wrr 7.10 dep 7.18 Romany... ... ... 8~ Lftnceiiold ... . aTr 8.15 On' Saturdays,: thin train leaves Melbourne at 6,30 and reaches Laace field at 93 p.m. Lanckbibld to Melooorue.' a; . Tjancofield... ... dep. 7.40 Romsey ..; ... '... " 1..7.55 LanceBeld .Junction arr 8.24, dcp 8.41* Melbourne... ... ... ...;ih45 ... ; V - . ' pm. Lnncefield iM dep.5.0 Romsey .... ... ' .... 5.25 Lancefield Junction ' arr. .6.11, •. Melbourne ' ...arr. 7.27 J)isfapce fronv LAnco&eUt-to Melbourne, 453 nrtil**® ; .. Height .of Laacefield abov.o tho sea level, 15pl feet. • ( " TiAKCBJflKLP RAILWAY. • iiFflr<,B.r-LancrJieM fo Mulb^urnc—{ordin ary farta)—lnt clftss: f...

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

SI11R& COSr^-CH/ -MEETINGS, LaucaHbld—Laai Friday idrhmonUi,- 2 o'clock. Borotey—First Fiidoy fa montb, 2 c'^lock. Sprin^'lield-r-Scboo'd Friday jin nj<-oth, 2 o'cluck. Kyneton—Firafc Saturday in tnonVt* 11 o'clock., ' • • Pyhlouff— Third Monday- io maatji, J o'clock* -• J^ewh^m tnd Woodend—-JLut Xtt6*d*y .the month.,. .

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THE FARM AND DAIRY. CHEDDAR CHEESE FROM PASTEURISED MILK. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 13 March 1914

TMt FARM AND DAIRY. CHEDDAR CHEESE KIICM J'AS THUKISKJ) MII,K. The presence of inferior chetM ir cheese on iho in r'vst, an1. the Ihc'; o£ uniformity which rharacicriFcs t-'ie' product of the pr.^nt average cheese factory, is primarily to 1ht: vnri- > able quality of the mil"; supply fnm different farms. in rn at1 mnt to produce' cheese of v.ti irrm »:uMtiy from ;niU'i of variable aeiiM^y which is often contaminated with undesirable bacteria, eheesmnkors usr methods whicl: vary from day to day, Cire •fully watchingeft"b vat. at e~ocv stagc of its manufacture and modify inff the process to mc:t the conili- . tion.s. Even then the qu ility and :ibo • the yield of "cheese varies from day to day. . ■«. In au endeavour to de "isc a pro- , . cess for treating mil; d.isly pt the factory to bring it into practlc lly a uniform condition lor ch&csemakuv;. - purposes, Professor S:i«n*n!s: of:.the: Dairy Departme nt, hns dc cloned: a; - ,r. ' process whereby the mil?: is: pastern*]* ...

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KINDNESS PAYS. THE ADVANTAGE OF TREATING COWS HUMANELY. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 13 March 1914

KINDNESS PAYS. '■ THE'-AD'VANTAGE OF 1\ 15 VTING COWS HUMANELY. ■ t | A writer, says of the cor Unt."Fh'j is "|v mother once a year au<V.)ike afi mothers,,she re«jt^rc-s oTCCml cucat the time cf partur.tloni" - • , . It seems as. if-the writer hml dis'--■ - ~ missed this question of motherhood-^ v • in t!ie caw too. (i»iCKly,.. limitingnt, ^ • as he did, to^the tune of parrurition The function of mothcrhuod extend^ for rmjut-hs, as lorn*- as ibe cow ris: r:.. giving milk, and; it ;is a.-.wise,Jar-: seeing policy that discrrnb the score s and bearing of this continuing func -r * - tion, and so ministors to the cavr a? i to. condtico to the greatest j-roflt^ 6f^ u | the owner. There arc a great man£y': I stupid; littlt-bliud dotish men k«pm;< r«v ... i cows. A wise pld farmer. speaVin^' nt- -~ ; . ! a certain man in his employ; once* y: . r < said : "I don't know what, it is . • > about the man, but he ccr.taiulyxnn,' coax more milk out. of the pows...

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Workshops of the Navy. NAVAL CONSTRUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 13 March 1914

Workshops of the Navy. N A V AI,. UON S'l'RU OTION. Tho director of naval construction, who is also deputy-controller, pre pares the designs for new whips and pusses the plans which ave swt from the Admiralty to the dock yard where the man-of-war (s to bo built. The work of construction Is carried out under the supervision of1 the chief constructor of the yard. ! The calculations for displacement, which are necessary to ascertain tho draught of the vessel, have already been made. In order, to secure ac curacy in the carrying out of the design and to confirm the dead weight for launching purposes, every- , thing that is built into the new ship, such as armour plating, etc., ~ "and everything, that is taken on hoard is carefully weighed. The result is that the actual displace ment usually approximates very closely- to the calculated displace ment. V;;V' Vortsmouth is the most important of the workshops . of the navy, at least as far as the building of ships Is concerned.. :lTere many ...

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Correspondence. THE WATER SUPPLY. To the Editor of "The Lancefield Mercury." [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 13 March 1914

Correspondence, (We <k> »ot acc«pt any t««pon*ibUity for opinions exprttped by ccrrespondepts.) THE WATER SUPPl-T. To tlit Editor o( "The Lancefitld Mercury." | Sir,—I notice that t*aneefield, lik*» j luftny other places, i* complaining of J ncnroif-y of wfttor, and more fltnrogt* in contemplated Perli&p* \i florae of ! the ^rear »uen of the town w«*re to i Take * RtroU op the Garden Hot | Croek till thoy com© to the Hock ! road lending into Sleaket, a Rnitablt* , place for a reaercoir could bo found | opon Mr Colweirn land, just holow ! where the creek oroase* t.he road. I I have often rhon^ht that ad enormona aroonot of water conld bo scored there. Newhnm \* in nearly as bad h fix, Tanks a?e dry, aprinR* and th»> Five-rnile Creek are failing, and it. might be advisable for Newham to join in the work aluo. The Garden Sot Creek water in renowned for it* excellent quality, and storage should ho a* near its scarce aa possible. — Tonra, etc., JOHN ADAMS, Ssit. ...

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

Cricket. i ASSOCIATION NIA'f'.'HI 8, Limci-field pWycd UooiKRy ut Horn «ey on Smuidnv, r.nd the game To noln-d .in atr ranv «■" for the vmiCorn by 70 rocs. Derrick Ron the roen or id elected 10 bat. Ijancefield nonreii 120, bnt the flrtoro nhoald hftvo bscn mnt'b le«», a» the fioldinR of Ronniey wo» v.ry ; setoral catche* worn Tho following ware the double fipnTo acorer* (or Lano. field : —J. White 2», J. Derrick 25, P. Whi'e 22, Clarke 16, Keiher 12, E. Purls* bowled bout for Rnniney, Ronxey'x innines it«« merely * pru ccopion to and frotn the wickeift, SolHr&n w»» tho only batnmnnto reach dnnble ficornt (22), nearly bulf the aoori>. The mninit» closed for 50 rnna. Scores: — I.A.NCEP1ELD. Reiber, b Carroll ... ... 12 Perry, b Salhvnn ... ... 5 VThitf, J., o SdUitan, *b Iagleton 29 Clarke, b Porks ... ... -JG Morphy. h Inaleton ... ... 0 Derrick, c Ineleton, b Pttrki ... '25 Gftrnide. ran oat- ... ... ... 6 Wbite, P , bParkn "22 Ootbridce, c Collory, b Bradley 0 Brintoir,...

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DYSPEPTICS NEED NOT DIET A SIMPLE MEANS OF PREVENTING FOOD FERMENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 13 March 1914

DVSPEPTIC3 NEED NOT DIET A S1MPLK MEANS OF Pr.KVBKTlSO KOOD FEHMKNTiu'lON. Food fermentation is the cauae <>f nil tli* discomfort and pain dyfpep tioa.suffer. It doeg ant necessarily follow, however, that in order to ob tain relief thej mafit d^ny thenjflehvw the enjoyment they derive from eat ing Recalled indii!?*tihle luxuries. The ronet Ba.tisf«<«toiy method of ov«t ootniup the difiiccity would be to, prevent the foi uicnfutioti from oc curuntr at. all, and (his cm be don* -by « very atfnple mean*. It must Hipt be explained t-hat uiont of the food a W*. eat contain a certain quantity of acid-forming "element*, and irtdiwa tible foods, of course, contain h larger proportion. When thenu foods are eaten, the acid collect*, irritate* th«* w&Ua of the fl'otDHch, and causes the food U) ferment wtoile it in di^eetiuir. Thia fermeotinjr food alao pitch t-ff sraa " which diatenda thw atotnacb, caoainp that full, uncomfortable feel ing ko ofleo noticed afte...

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

To Advertisers NOTICE. ' IN consequence of Increasing Pet»«ndi on our Staff wo bavo beectt compelled to innk (ho following Krgulations, which will b strictly adhered to. ALTERATIONS to Standing A Hrer tiuotDoola mtiet rcnch this Ofl&e BfcFOUK NOON ou TtiCBday MAUKET IWjjortB will o«t bt inserted Id tb« flubequppt i»*ur. if lauded iu AVXF>H NOON oiv Wedu* aday. JIEBBJBHT GOLDI.NO, * Mercury." Proprietor Unc-Md, 2*V!/*14. HON KST^y K fii;0 M M KN DK r>. "To »ny<»n« «uCfe'in? fro-n dmrrho^n I can b"hfntJy rrromntfMtd Oiom^ilefu'e Colic ami K**inedy ju Iwinjf tbp : mo»t n*U*f dory jemwly on tl.e I wrlfr-s Mr C, Hooper, W:ikefl*M, N.y. ! ♦'Ibiiv*. triM nil *ort« nf li t j bar* Juiiud ucfbing ♦ to Chamberlain'* Colly *nd I>iurrlwieu Ke»n<edy." Sold by J ell CiKtttsft *u'J Slo»c£*ep*n.

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

THE KKCKNT EPIDEMICS OF SM*bLPOX AND DIPHTHEtUA Would cartaiaiy not k»vc attained «uch pro portion® if thu hygienic fact were more £em-r«)ly Vnuwn that the disinfection of (be m<fetb by a'relUbfo and Imhutfbe autisep* tic )» » grat factor, uot only agJiiuat «u«'b Iocs! th'ont disease* oft diphtherjrt," tonvlU 'QQlQty. and tore throat, liut *«fte:"*t ailtrenfs vt-htfc the ipfeoiion it fhtou b h or rt-p'tttory tnu*t. By potrinK 3 drop® of fcAXDfcU'B KUCOA tvpri KXrUACl' on • •ptcc* of- l.a. •ugor, And allowing it t » d»B5v»K-« jo ihe ttflqil', tfot cavity i« thoroughly Hisin fected. Tli« nature o! S^NDKUB' KXTKApl it jj«netnt« trcry uravice fiAKUKK'S tfXTKAUT i»uot &au«eaus nor IJke the coiuuion t-'ucolypina and nr«M nulUeptio power. by uw'.ng BASDKirs KKTRAtiT y..u avoid tbe uu tierl 'in uip.-dthni i>t the you JiaV-'^ho b«ue(U of the fct'^iiKtsBt uiitiiejitia fcb't <wd he u«ed wflh tafrf \, oud tbo r; ult if ^rotfccfi';Q ft «i-v

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