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CLOSE SEASON FOR GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 20 March 1914

. CljOSE SEASON FOR GAME.. I;-jtu #hinsr juckasx. '•fl>"u. Jr&»#«r*o (i;re? ~*r>rl''ft«l); lrro-b2r>l><; bu»r», owrU, swallow*, rnuj.. kr*. plutyjiu*. Ais. , Fi» ni 14th day «/ »J«m« hi th**2Qib day of DHf'ruiW itfavii }*5>«r.—Hlrtd:;W*nt wjM •> all ImuUm. K/«»iu Jut «U> of August, in »«j«h vi-ar to tl»». l«»ii dey'of 'February f«»I2<*ws>i^.—Quail, br<uiKe*nii)'j3;6d or otlmr wiUl i-i^toub. FISH. I :- Fr<mt :>lBt. day* nf'Soptentbi>r'tn this di»j i>1 l>eCember in M»Rb yw»r.—W*i:k Fr»m» lvtdayof May lo tlu« 31»t <tny ««f ^n^uBt in fjuch y«ar.—-En^liKh tmiil'. J, Fn/,« Ixt July to loiU Ootul^ in jnhr.—Murray and', perish, ami lircain!'

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Markets. MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. Melbourne, Tuesday. The Gippsland and Northern Co-operative Selling Co. Ltd. report as fallows:— [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 20 March 1914

Markets. MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. Melbourne, Tuesday. The Gippelrind ftnil Northern Co-operativo Selling (Jo. LM. report aa fullowH Wbo.it—P.n.q , 3s 9»d to 3a lOd ; medium uccordiug to wiuipl'-. Outs— Milliiij;, If I Id 4 feed, Is 9t$ to Is lOd f«r beat ; 1* 7d to la lOd for medium. Barley—Choice Bcnrcu at 3s 6d ; good, 3»2d tu3s 4d 4 Cnpc, la lid to 2e 4d. Maize—Much firmer. Supplies light. -Holders sinking 3s lOd for prime, I'otntoea— Heavy ddivtriCB at the end of last wcok nude the market much easier. To-day prime ('armaus and Brownells arc soiling atX3 10s to £3 15s. Chaff— Although heavy qimntUfoa con. tiuun to ontne forward, the market i'b rather betti-r; Prime oaten soiling at £!{ 2a 6d lo good at £'J; lower ijra.les very difficult to clear at foom £2 J2s fid to £2 15*. OuicnB—Very quiet. J£6 i« dow top.

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LANCEFIELD RAILWAY. MELBOURNE TO LANCEFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 20 March 1914

lAncejfield railway. MeLBCWHNB TO LiNCKFniLI). A.M. Melbourne ... ... ...dep. 6.40 Lancriiold.Inaction arr. 8.14 dep. 3.55 Bolinda ... ... § § Moneffetta ... ... § § North Monegctta ... § § rtoiuBfiy ... ,,, ... 10.10 Latioe6otcf ^air. 10.2$ P.M. Melbourne ... . itep 5.42: Lancefield Junction mr T.\0:iWji 7.18 Ro'mRpy... ... ... 8 2 Luncefiold ... • ... arr> 8.15' ' Oh Saturday*, vtbii train/ leaves Melhuurno nt 6,30 and rofichea Lance ; field at' W p.m.. -v .: IiAHCWl'ltLP TO MvLDOUBKB, A.M. Laneefield ... dep. 7.40 Romapy .... ' .... ...7,55 . Laneeiield function arr 8.24, dtp 8.41 Melbourne..1. ... ... ...9.45 PM. Laocefield' ... ... dep.5.0 Ronifjey ... ... 5.25 Lancefiold Junction arr. 6.11 Mmlboaino ... ... ...arr. 7.27 .DiBtsnre from l.nnoefidd to Melbourne, 4H| tuil«rt Height of Loncolield above the so& love], 1561 fu«t. l>AScrrlKL» IUilway. Fares.—LancieHfM lo Melbourne—(ordin nry fRrrp)—lt»t clntut: ningltt rouirn lis; 2nil : single 4s 8(1, t«tnrn 7h 6H. Holi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 20 March 1914

KICKBD HIS B£CK. . "I ricked my hack ae^crely and-wafe un to etaod upright," writt-6 Mr Thon H, Maher, E'xieii, Vic. "I had bood CJ»ftru:. berlniu'fc Pain Balm advetljsed .for str^iua,. and thought I would Boe what it would do for ma. The lirat application gavo rue relief hnif I was quitp myn-lf .BRftiu after using onl.v n•<pi«r'«,r uT * Hold by ;iU OhtfmuU aiui-SJortkCi'pcif. ,

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 — 20 March 1914

THE DISTRICT COURTS (1911). j The Police Magistrate (Mr A, I'Bwrlnw) attondH th« following courts | oti the rfHy# ppeeified. PETTY SESSIONS. - CoMtlenuine—Kvery Friday, at 10 a.ni exctpt fnurt h Friday in month, Kyneton—Kvery Tuesday, at 10 a.m., ' exwpt third Tuesday in «r>uih. Dii>lf*foi'd—Kvury VVudnen.day, at 10a.m. flXCfpt third VVednPtidny in lh« month. Muldnn—Fjrut nud third Monday* in thg month, ivt il 30 a,in, Trenthsm—FirRt and third Thursdays iu month, ot lO.SOu.m. Wcodetul—Second aud fourth Mondays in tnmith at 3 p.m. Cbewtwj—Fiiat Friday in month at 3p.m. Tarodaio—First Tatuday iu month at «J p.m. •' J^ryyrato^va—Socifiid SntunJoy in ntoutlr ot lOa-aC - Milmsbury—S«coudTu««dtty in month at 2.45 p.m. tfunbnry—Fourth Friday in month at 2 |< m. Bb.ckwoort—Second Tburndaj in month at 10 »i.m ' GiibnrneH-Fonrth Thursday in ntnniV n* 10 a. in. ' Gleiilyon—Fir.it Wr.dnteday in month at 2:50y.m; • huncitlicJii—Third VWdnonlay in lUMiithtt 11 a.m. -v . Komsey—Th...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 20 March 1914

always takes it. 411 always lake Chuinbttrlniu'a Cough remedy whenever I havu a cold," writes Mr# A. Piejioti* M King WilJmtu-sirowr, Fitzrny. Vio, •* 1 first took it when f hAd aa at luck uf influenza Bud 1 got relief at oijuo. Now 1 ulways kcop u bottle iu thu houfo and iie?er lose an opportunity to rccommend it to other*, I know d<zcn«i>f p«uplo who lunk on Ohambci lam's Ouiigli r»'UH'<ly itH u part . of thrir huunuhnhl clTttol*." '*fn!d by all- Chemist!' aritiUlvnr k««port»

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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POSTAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 20 March 1914

POSTAL INFORMATION'. Mail# are despatched .from the Po® Office, Lauctfield, as fdlown :—Dally Rotnsey and Melbourne (SundayR excepted) —mail cWs at 7 a.m. And at 4.S0 p »». For i$mu Flat, on Tuesdaye-and Fridays, cWen at lt',50, Rochford, NewhMn, and ' \Voodoml, daily, .doe* at 2.15 p.m. , Kilmora . op. Monday. ^Veduvadoy and Friday, and for Springfield ">n name days, elnai-s 2.30 p.ra Tbo Lauoefleld Post Offlco Is closed daily At C p.m. On Saturday nights tho «ffice open# for delivery of l«ttera al fl.30 p.m.; on oth«r iiigbtftat 8.30.

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Why Fat Kings Were So Popular. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 20 March 1914

Why.Fat Kings Were So Popular. There was lor generations a cus-. torn in India of weighing '.'the king, or . ruler, in gold, and giving , that gold to. tho. poor. The custom pre vails to-day in some parts of. In dia,, and King Gcorgo V. of' Eng land would have been weighed durn ihg his visit there, in keeping with the ^custom, had ho been an ordi nary Eastern monarch. Perhaps this weighing in gold was because most Tndian rulers were extremely fut gentlemen. At any rate, it was. the fat monnrchs who were the most popular in the olden days, for on the "weighing days'' every additional -pound ^of king meant so mftny moro uupees for the poor. A Maharajah who was recently crowned seated himself in W of the gold pans of the balance, while into tho other was thrown •. gold coin until royalty rose in tho scales. The Mahrarajah, by an unwritten law, did not become legally chief until he had been weighed in. this manner. In olden times the custom prevailed of throwing . the..-money into tho a...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 20 March 1914

T4/TESSKS. CI.AKfCE.SON, .nil HATT, lYL 85 Grai>ndiurch Street.? "niion E.i\. ami Mftsnrs Gnr<l«>u anil Gotch, *t. Hriue Street. Lvuiiou, roo«,iva Ailvertisefurafcn in ftnglutl i»r iiHurtioD .» th« Mkhcoky Files of tna MKKonar id * v ha inaptiutod in a bow pJiu*« until you arc worw b#f®ro ' starting a campaign against 1 disease. No.matter how slight j may be your Indisposition your ditty to yourself demands that ' Immediate steps be taken tu disperse it. Of course, you expect to get better and not vrortie. but where health is in question you are never justified In leaving anything to chance, and. as Is well known, indis position, Insteadol disappearing of Its own sweet will, frequently develops serious disorders if neglected. Your safest course is to TAKE BEECHAM'S PILLS «tllch 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, a nasty taste In the mouth an4 other little...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 20 March 1914

London & Lancashire Fire Insurance Co. All Un<i> <>« PKRs().t'*rj, ACCIDKNT JllCMM* fOLICtKU Iwtied. ^ compUHait witi tho ataf« Workni"' !n"raDf* 5>okcv> Fire Insurance. TtriX («f ptrtiea'*"- «ta. Imuran*# Agdinst Aecid^it'" - rlwld«n» barinwt 1>M «"doi' .onT r.atrk.blf «b»r>8» 'h« fuU.n r««- P»miun,f ^ b"f ioor*M«rf. *nd n®v £&Tm lc«t»HlnS Io.«r«M. « MjtM"* conl.mpUted I* tkt «*rly y kaiuwi*' towt, "Mvomj" 9&3«. _ Tffs ! 10HDBH 01 RECTORY, (,Fabll.h«4 Annually) j SoblM (tbjaojhotllh. World to eomra*«le«H ilMdt with Hnfliih MAKUFACTORHRB AND DKALERfr In «M cl«M of toodr. Bsiid«« bjing » «»' o!*i«e©tam«r©l*l to Loodttn ABd>fts •aborb», tba direetory oo«l»in» listrof KIPORT HBECH'A'KTS wi»K th«}»fOil«: Mi«j «nd ttir Colbnt aud Fnr«rn M»rfc«t» they *"pp!j jJTRAMSNIl' I.IKES' wntnjpif und«r ibo Piirtji t» rrlileli tb«y nil, sad (ndlofciliic tli» »pprosin»t« Sailing ?H07IXCUI,;TR ADK NOTICES eiHetdia? M»Bof»«tar»ra*, Merc...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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LOCAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 20 March 1914

LOCAL INFORMATION, L®6wfioM Shire Connuil,—<Mottiagii hold 1 on taat Friday in every month. Coaa citlora: M«mu J. WwMell, M. Foy, A. Johnston, W". M'Intoah, J.M'Klhin ney, J, Herley, K, JMiUakett, It. HewphiU, And R. Graham. idling Neora'-ary, Mr P. J. McMahon. Health offloor, Dr Fitmig Dairy ianpeetor, Mr McKanaie. Found keeper, Mr J. Watprfand, Inepfcotor of nniuaeas, Mr J, M'Convllo. Lftncafield VTaterworka Tra»t.—Com* mu«io»ers meetlatt Fri.Uy i« every month. Acting Secretary Mr P. J. MoMaU<m. Lancefteld Hortioultstral Seoiety.—. The committee hqW their meeting* on tho Monday QQor b«foce> the fait moon. Sec,, t.anoifield Utchinioa'' Institute.—The «ommUteemwt;«e*Mtid'Friday 10 «*'ch mftnth^JTon^lw?*''.Vy, Mr j, Derrick ; Llbr«rii*iJ, MrJclit'Vt.atrrlinji." LarrWAuM RiflV Club,—Captain,' Mr 'M. Foy; woretary. Mr M'EIMnuey.-• Laoeefleid Brain* Band.—-Practice held weekly. Bandraaater, Mr A. (VC'allnghan teeretary, Mr A. WllH»m». Court of Petty' Sewioua.—P....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 20 March 1914

EUROPEAN AGEHGY. 'HOIJCSALE buying, agoticien under taken for all British auJ Continental goods, includiu I Bo<ik* and Stfttionory Bo-If, Slineg (mrl'LeAther, Obtffnic->?» a»«d .pruegtBU1 Sundriwr#< Chiun, Kuitbonware and G'ayswar* ("yolfF, Mrtor C"ia nnd Accessoriu, Draper*, .Millinery and Piece Good Fwney .UimHs and Perfumery* i Handwaris Machinery *tid Motal» Jowellery, and Watches lvnotouraphio and .Optical Cionda, Provisions and Oilrn^n't' 15turea» etc., etc Cftmtnisiion 2, tb'o per c*nt. Trade Di*count*: allotted. Speriat Quotations on Demand. ■ * iSample Cuntsjrnnt £\Q upward*.' : Conii^?i*»cntn .0/. . .Produce : Sold o/» -ic couni. WILLIAM WILSON" & SONS (E<tabli»h'd 1814), 25 Ahchuroh Laim, Loudon, F.C. r*ftbl« Address : Akkuaire; I okdoN. Headache,' Indigestion; Constipation and Biliousness ! .The immense number of orders for Frootoids, sent by postdirect to the'Pro prietor, is convincing proof that the Public appreciate their sp...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Ladies' Column. SEWING CHAIR WITH HIDDEN DRAWERS. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 20 March 1914

Ladies'Column. I 1 ! SEWIXCi CHAIR WITH 1UHPEN DRAW F.KS. A very convenient place for needles, thread, nnil other sewing mater ials is provided in the new hidden drawer sewing chairy. There is n roonty drawer divided into handy compartments, hidden under the seat ready to bo drown out whenever any article is needed. It slides in and out of the side, and fits snug* ]y, so that It is unseen when closed. There is 110 handle on the drawer, but it is opened or closed by a thumbscrew on the side of the chnhV >

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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MORE NOISE THAN WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 20 March 1914

I iMOKI'J yolSF, THAN W0I11C. "My dcnr, look here;" Kuid * Air. SinikJns,. «s Jw htood -oh rJ<*ck with hits uifu.Jtml pointed to a tug druwintf several liafgn.s. "Such is liic ; the tu^f iu like the mutt, work ing ami toiling, while tho burges; "f know," intcrrujitwl Mrs. S., acridly, "tho tu^ does all the blowing while tho barges bear all thb burden."

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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CHAPTER IX. FAMILIAR QUARTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 20 March 1914

CHAPTEH IX. FAMILIAR QUARTERS. Thoro could be no doubt as to the Spaniard's identity, though ho was rather roughly dressed in faded blue serge, flannel shirt, and peaked cap. He seemed in nowise disconcerted by the meeting, and his smile was very genial as he held out n hand to Dick. With the other band he lifted a foaming pewter to his lips, nnd took a deep draught. "Your health, Mr. Valentine !" he said. Pick refused the proffered hand gave no sign of hearing the words, j In a dazed manner he snatched the ; glass of brandy from the counter, ; and poured the fiery stuft down his : throat. He stared silently and un | easily nt the Spaniard, thinking of the circumstances under which he had last seen him, in the room ol the Jolly Waterman, at Wapping. "So we have drifted together again, my friend !" said Sonor Montejo, as he noted the haggard and desperate expression of Bick'o features. "A strange meeting in a strange place ! I see the hand of Fate in this !" . "Then Pate has played m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 20 March 1914

WAM BROS. SEWING MACHINES "Wktn yon are not »ewlng the "Propbead" Machine moke# a splendid table, and the machine ttneif it shut imy out o! the reach of the du»t and the children. WARD BROS. "Drophead" cost* round* leis than •then, freight paid to your station. Write to-day for illustrated Catalog telilag you all about this and our many other •tyles. Machine. 38-38 ERROL STREET, NORTH MELBOURNE.

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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CHAPTER X. AN OMINOUS CHANGE OF QUARTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 20 March 1914

• CHA'PTER-X. AN OMINOUS OHANGK OF QUAKTERS. Apparently Dick alone honril the tumult overhead, but he gave it merely a passing thought. He re- ! mained in the same position, one hand resting on'the chair which ho had been on tlio point of snatching up when the pistol was levelled at him. His heart was fall of gratitude to the girl who had coma between him and death,, hut lio doubted if her , interference would be successful. j "Are you" mad 7" cried Senor Mon tejo, holding the weapon out of his sister's reach. "By heavens, Lucille, X will not he thwarted I Stand ofl I" I "You shan't commit murder !" "You havo been listening at tho door like a common spy !" be de I clared, scornfully. "I am ashamed of you !" She did. not deny the cliargc. "Givo me the pistol," she pleaded. "I say—no thundered Montejo. "Why.: did you interfere 7 You over heard out; conversation— the vilo words the do£ of. an Englishman Hung at mo ! Can I lot him live and preserve my. honour 7" "But you drove him to it...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 20 March 1914

Having received A LICENCE From the PHARMACY BOARD Ail Patent Meclloines, Poi sons, etc., ■are now stocked by J.T. Hannlgan The Railway Stores, Aod retailed at -City Prices;" Large Stock of Table Lamps to be disposed of, from 3s ea, Large assortment of 8-day Clocks to be passed out from 7s 6d each. Vor BargaiDR—Come Early 1 totho Railway Stores. Mr J. T. Hannigan, of the Rail way Stores, has . been granted a certificate by-the Pharmacy Board of Victoria as a dealer in poisons.1

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THE FARM. FIXING UP RUN-OUT PASTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 20 March 1914

THE FARM. FIXING UP RUN-OUT PASTURES. (E. L. Vincent, in the "Pacific Dally llcvicw.") If tho dairy farmers ,of this coun try wcro to be told that they might be making from one-tbird to one half more money out of-their .busi ness every year of thoir lives than they are now, thny would jump to find out how it might be done. I am gomg to make that state ment and then prove it. The pastures of this country .to-day if in good condition would support at least one-third more cows- than they do at present, and in many in stances the difference might safely be placed at one half more.. This is, I am aware, a startling assertion. To think that we are going on year after year, keeping not more than half or two-thirds the slock wo might and ought, is a most surprising thing; It does not speak very . well for our ability as dairymen. . The fact of it ,is, we have not paul much attention . to our pastures any wa>. After we have decided wjiat land we will give to this purpose we fencfe it oft/...

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A WEED ERADICATOR. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 20 March 1914

A WEED ERADICATOII. Ono of the greatest thorns in the side of farmers is the noxious weed* curse. Chief among the pests is tho blackberry and Californian thintle. The Government recognising the boon; it would be if a cheap specific was' placed upon the market, have offered substantial bojauses to the inventor of any system that would successful ly eradicate these pests. . Naturally j 'the Agricultural 'Department have ! stressed ttoe fact that a cure must be j permanent. Various specifics and.' methods have been tried and found' ! wanting. Under tho direction of tho ' Agricultural Department a prepara J tion known as Long's Noxious Weed Destrojer has been put to a test at ; Parooll, near Auckland, and promises 1 particularly well, A piece of land, ! which is completely overrun with j blacklwrry has been treated under I the direction of the Agricultural De | partment. It is only a montih or so since the weedkiller was .applied, but ■ judging by the soveral roots removed from tho patc...

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