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DEATH ROLL OF THE AIR. TWENTY BRITISH AIRMEN AND TWO PASSENGERS KILLED. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 20 March 1914

DEATH ROLL OF THE AIR. TWENTY DKITISH AIRMEN ANU: TWO I'ASSL'NGEltS KILLED. Twenty British airmen and two pnHSongcra have boon killed. Ouo of the fatal accidonts occurred at St. Petersburg, tm« in the Irish Sea, one in the English Channel, &ud ono lit Belfast. The remainder took ftluce iu England.

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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School Committee. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 20 March 1914

School Committee. A meeting of parents t>f chil dren attending the North Goldie State school was held on Friday evening, 6th March. Mr Brisbane (H.T.) appointed Mr Kittle his deputy^ to .conduct the business. The following gentlemen were duly nominated as members of committees—Messrs iLing, Low den, Kittle, Mee, Powell, Morris, and Greenshields, who were unanimously elected. Mr Kittle, in vacating the chair, thanked the committee for their courtesy during his term of office. Mr Morris, on taking the chair, thanked the members for electing: him as chairman.

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

Fashion NoteB. "Ercrvlady's Journal" Pfittcrn No. UB, from ''Utility Outfit," No. 16. Sini?ln pat terns 9d eaob, post free, na desorlbcd be low.. Lady's Cooking A proa. The young married woman who is thi mother of a fmall family has more need, perhaps, than anyone else to look well* dronxed, and yet it must very hard in the midst of (he thousmd and one duties of homo life that fall to her lot, to always look fresh and u*nt.. A» aprou such as if repre sented in the above drawing, hasa -lved thio. problem for many a wounn* and. one el«uce at it will satisfy the met fastidious that it in exactly what is- required by the average hoose-aud-hiime keej-c-. Both bodice nud ftkirt corae right round the liguro and fanten down the back. The skirt is cut long enough ta entirely cover the frock, and the sleeves can easily he mariu logger if required,, and set into hand** or their lower rd^ea hummed; aud tai eb inaerted Co tie round the wrist. The pockets are mo*t useful, and such an upron will p...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Lancefield Mercury. With supplement. FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 20 March 1914

Jwittfitlb Hlmurj. With supplement* FRIDAY, HAROU 20, 19U, - On Sunday, 8th insi., harvest festival services were conducted in the Methodisl Church at Monu ment Creek and Goldie. Concerts were held at Monument Creek on the Monday aud at Goldie on the ■ Tuesday. Melbourne visitors as sisted and the entertainments "were very successful and well at-: tended- Last Sunday similar services were conducted at New ham, the attendance, both after noon and evening, constituting a record. ^ The Rev. Leslie I. Perkins, who • has been assisting in Lancefield Methodist circuit'for the past three months (during the University vacation) has been appointed by Conference to take charge -of the King Island ministry. Next Sunday he conducts his farewell services; in the morning and evening at Monument Creek, and in the afternoon at Newham.

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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 — 20 March 1914

IA11 nights Rosorvdd.) T H E"- : Secret Island A Story of a Strange and Exciting Adventure. Tly W. Murrny C.rnydon, Author of 'Mntthcw Quin," "The Cluroo of the Cnrdews,"- etc., etc. BYN0PSI8 OF PREVIOUS PA UTS. Whllo on a cruise round tho world In his steam yacht "Doadicea," Dick Valentino,- only son of a wealthy English gentleman residing at Heron Court., witnesses a strange srenc on acted in mid-ocean. An ironclad cruiser stops the cargo steamer Golden from, bound for San Fran cisco, and forcibly abducts from the cabin Captain Paul Volborth, a fam ous -TlH8sinit military engineer; who has escaped from Siberia. The Bri tish man-of-war Malta, in answer to tho steamer's, signal of distress ar rives toe late to be of any assist ance, for tho mysterious cruiser as soon as the Malta is sighted vanishes at immense speed. Dick recognises one of tho officers of the Malta to bo Lieutenant GrenviUe. Six months after his return to England, Dick learns of the failure of the Orient Dank throug...

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PART 4. CHAPTER VIII.—(Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 20 March 1914

PART ?'• ' .CHAPTER*{ VIXI.^i(CoritInuca.) By-andrby he discoy^red*: of a sud . den "that, he had corab top? -with two. • • raeiCwho. were ijtroJHng;; along slowly. Tnidping along; behind;.: them heob-. . ' served, by the* gleam- o&i'strcet lamp" that' both wore .the; of Bri , tteh/naval officers^ Thfcn-jthey began to talk in audible voices, and th^ first words made his heart throb wildly. "The neighbourhood looks strange 1 to me, Grenville," one said. VI want- j ed to take a cab, you know." . i "It's all right," was the reply, in! the mellow voice Dick knew so well, j "Don't you sec where you are? Yon der at the bottom of the street are masts and shipping." - "Yes, ;I see now. j was afraid wc were lost."- ' ' ' %... — Dick dropped back a pace or two. it. was a strange encounter, indeed ! Memories of the pust softened him towards his old R'/ejid, and his first impulse was to make himself known. How camo" Grenvillo to be in New York ? he wonderctL: The explanation flashed upo...

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New Church at Pyalong. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 20 March 1914

New Church at Fyalone. On Thursday next, 26th inst at 3 p.m., the new Church of England at Pyalong will be opened. The. Bishop of Wan, garatta -will perform the dedi cation ceremony. Clergymen of the surrounding parishes will be present- There will be a con firmation -service at 8 o'clock the same evening. The ladies are malting arrangements so that visitors may obtain Ja good tea: at a nominal charge.

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SHIRE INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 20 March 1914

SHIRE INFORMATION. • LauccfidM #hJro—?A70*, I$ wj. mile Population of ■hire, 1208. Kuob«r © Jwellinga, 262." . ,l Romsey phire.-r*Area. 85.pq', roilea... Pol lution ©f «hire 1$CQ. Number ©f dfffillJngfi, . . 420. . , : v.-''. Springfield afcire.;—Area, 111. «q. mil , • , j Population of, shire, 706. Knmbcr o dwellings, U4. ^jalung bVto—Area,;, 220 sq. mlla*. ■■■; ►Poptjlatioa of ibiro, 1200. Nnnbov dw^llioffs, S80.-\.\ . N©whatn»Woodepd -ICO'q: mi)«R. • Pi-pulaton,;. 2400, . NomW of » * ' dw*Jlingi «&£. ... J-r-'frtr

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LAW RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 20 March 1914

LAW RELATING TO j NEWSPAPERS. I 1. Subscribe™ who do Hot ffWa ) proas notic ihci contrary arocouaidorod I \i wishing to Co.'iTiNUW their subeorip tiou I 2. If imbacribera order tho. diaoont- ( inaanoo of their ^ periodicals, the i publisher ,jnny conttDue to lend then? ontil AuuEA.ua oxo paid. 3." If Aubambers refuse or neglect'io* take periodical® from tho office to which they aro dip'otod, they are llKsro^siBLfl ;until/they have settled thoir billy, cud ordered tho the periodica!* to on dis continued. . • 4 If subscribws remove to othor places withoiit'iijfnrminc tho publishers, tn.d tho papers are sent to their former iiroetion* the subKcriber^rarcspouiiiblo. 5, The eiiurt'a haV» deoi.dtfd - that •'refusing .to,' take periodicals' from Mr#. ofRco or rejnorinR or leaviiig them up-"* called for ivprimu faoik eridonoe of .in* tentibnal Fuaijd. 6. If subscribers pay in adrance for a periodical, .thoy are hound to Notice to the publisher, at tho oad o£ \ho time, that they do not wish ...

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

'The "Star" Steel. Wings IS ever Grow Weary !! No matter «how light the breeze the " Star " (hack-goarert AU-steel) Windmill will bo found whirling 011 smoothly and silently doing its duty, while other mills arc at a ataudstill, The reasoos why the ''Stat1' is always at work, and ncvor J .00 strike*, arc fully explained in Cat*. ] logae, which will be mailed free to any i address for the asking—write for it. Prices from 110?. J. BARTRAM & SON J ' PTY- LTD. 586 Bourke-street, I MELBOtJENE. NICK'S UfilYERSAL STORES. XANCEPIEID. For all your REQUIREMENTS. ' Suuner ecstasies And Millinery 2Uonses .Dress Baskets Soots and Shoes Hen's and Youths' Clothing Groceries Crockery Ironmongery. Agen t for— Age' Ijfiader, and Lancefield Mercury H. V. GOLLER Saddler and General Harness Maker, 'Corner of Dunafnrd nod Raglan Strata, LANCEFIELD, Good Stock of BIDING SADDLES AND BRIDLES -fieenie's^and others kept in stock J{\ o? o&q HAENESS - ^ of all kindB made to order Orders promptly...

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SHIRE COUNCIL MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 20 March 1914

SHIRE COUNCIL ' MEETINGS. Ij&nc(rtteld-~L«kt Ifritiny io.iaojiifci S , , o'clock. • Hom«»y— tfirat . Fiid»y in ttonth, 2. o'oloek. . Sjjringti«ld—Second Friday ;In mrnUs, 2 o'cleck. Kyncton—Fin* Saturday m.moniti 11 u'olock. Pyklong—Third Monday^ la month, 2 o'oloek. Nevrhara, *nd Woodand—Tu*t£»y tL« month. ,Vf

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THE DAIRY. A CALLING THAT IS NOT OVERCROWDED. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 20 March 1914

THE DAIRY. A HAL.MNG THAT 18 NOT OVICU OROWDlill. Dairy farming may wo.U tic called a profession. u Ulltcir ^..considera tion a knowledge of so many differ ent lines of work that a proper -01 tln«. Jor successfully currying " on dairying implies a mastery of more brandies than uro required in the' prcparal ion for almost any other line of wc.rk. I Dairy farming has Uir further ad vantage of being the one profession uint is not overcrowded: There arc mi.liionb'of months ■ in this country that miiht Ite provirferi:..w!tli' foo'il-It-' IS the dairy farmers in a".vnry lnrgo ■" measure who must, furnish 't!if<{ sup- - Ply. Conimetcial stagnation,, political ■ uproarh, financial d«pres;ion, i» fact any one of a hundred things maj oc - cupy (lie public mind and . nil the I press with Heave heads, hut under j ying nil .tins is the undeniable fart | that men and women and children niust have food. The gicMc-t d.sas jtcr . that could possibly overtake any '' country would be a scar...

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POULTRY HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 20 March 1914

POULTRY HINTS. Cull your flock. Rise early and feed oarty. Old mortar should be k«pt In tbe (owl NM.

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Medicos and the Pictures. TELLING HOW THE FILMS ARE BEING ADAPTED FOR SCIENTIFIC PURPOSES. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 20 March 1914

Medicos and the Pic tures. Asked what ho considered I lie most wonderful bioscope idnis, a manu facturer without hesitation replied thnso made for the medical profes sion. These films, which have been talon with the aid of physicians such a.H Mr. I\ Martin-Puncan, K.K.r.S. Kng; Trofeflsor Dnstro, France ; and Dr. K. Wake l*ald win, Chicago, are not only wonder ful. hut will, without doubt, prove a (front aid to the study of di 5-rnses. ' T>r. Blake Baldwin's work con sists of pictures of prvtients suffering from locomotor ataxia, paralysis, and similar diseases. Each day dur ing treatment, the patient was made to go through certain * movements | . while pictures were taken to show what progress had been made to wards finding 'the proper treatment or cure > of the disease. -T>r. Vhrtor l.esp!nasse has made films showing the growth and life - of. typhoid and cholera microbes by means of a powerful microscope and a camera fixed to a clockwork apparatus which turns the operat i...

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THE FATE OF GERMAN AVIATORS. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 20 March 1914

THE.FATE OF (7EJIMAN AVI'A ^V'. 4 TORS. Hsow the'v-^German military aero (<lune division,', which. kns hitherto suffered fess through^ accidents thau those of other countries, whb robbed of two of its beat pilots just recently in a terrible accident ticur Plauen, in Saxony, is described by. a "Standard" correspondent :— At half-past ten ih the morning some peasants saw a smart bi« plane of the Albatross type flying steadily and swiftly at an altitude of 2,000ft.. Suddenly, the faint rattle .of the motor-ceased, the ma chine was seen to. uonUnue its progress for a few seconds,, and then descend with- increasing Rapid ity, describing a corkscrew, aurvi towards the earth. When about. 3 ,000 feet from the ground'it turned. tui*Ufc and shot out the' passenger, whilst the pilot, who stuck to' hu post, was hurled to the- ground- a few yards, away, - and was half-buribd with the motor in the stubble field. The death of both;, was instantan eous, the- bodies, being frightfully man...

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Peer's Sister in Tiny Cottage. NOBLE SELF-SACRIFICE ON BE HALF OF THE POOR. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 20 March 1914

Peer's Sister in* Tiny Cottage.. NOBLE SELF-SACRIFICE ON BE II.VLF QF THE POOR., In a farm cottage iii tlic poverty itricken -Irish viJttvgo of, BalUn. coona, Cahir Daniel,. Kerry, tlw. Hon. Albina Brodrick, a sister o! Lord Midleton, is Cftays the "Slau durd") living on: 5sl a. week for tht sake of the peopfc. She* has sold' her jewellery and furniture and become nurse anc sanitary _ inspector tor holp them, and now appeals for help for the lit.tla hospital she* has built. lu n: letter to the Lord Mayor of Londot she describes the- pnthetib condition of the village, and her efforts tc cope with <an uuusually diflicuHt situation. "Vvc have built it (the hospital^ here,*' she writes, "in this poor' and rttgRod district of Kerry, in one 01 the. spots reuommended by the Viceregal CommiSMon,, for the poor est of our people—mid1 very poor they arc,- For theirTsakes I have trained and become cort'ificated as mc;Iical< and surgical nurse,- mtd-wife, ami sanitary inspe...

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

Auctions. On Monday, 23rd inst., at '.'Thorpe Farm, Mt. William, Messrs Oebnrn and Hudson will offer, account Mr John Niclmhion, stock, implements, furniture, etc. Messrs A damson, Strettle and Co. will offer ou Wednesday, 25th Mireh, at " Daisy Hill " Farm, Heskcl, ac count Mr Geo. Harley, livestock, im plements, etc. Particulars of these sales appear elsewhere in this issue*

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REAL ESTATE. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 20 March 1914

REAL ESTATE. AdamBOU, Sfcret.tle and Co. Pty. Ltd. (iu cjujanction with Mr Jas. Hocb) repnrf. having Hold by putilin auction at Keatine'ti Hotel, Woodend, on Saturday, 7tb inst.. 230 acres 2 roods 1G perches, with the huildincs and improvements thereon, close to "Braeniar House, to Mr Jas...Fisher at £G per acre. {These reports were received too late for insertion in our I&at issue).

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CLEARING SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 20 March 1914

CLEARING X 11.158. Ariarnson, Strut tlit &Ci>. F^y. Ltd.ie port Imvinir buld » nucccsftful cl0Hrin<r I n«le on 5th inHt. n/o Mr Jnmes 13u! when they ciihpo^i'd of his horse*, cattle, implements, sundries, eto., at hiphly satiyfaoiory rate*. There was a large attendance of buyerw and h real yood sale resulted, Draught galdinps, 3 years, to £18 draught mure in foal. 5 yearn, £27 ; bnasgy horsey -£16 10k and £16 15a. Backward Fprinu'ern, £4 15«, heiferp, £ yeats, £3 10s ; eulves, 21s 6d ; r«'nperand biader. £>7; straw dtirope?, £29 ; bu^gy, £2 10s. Adatnson, Streule and Co. Viy Ltd. beld a successful clearing pale on ac count of.W. Wilson at Woodend, on 3rd just.,, when tbey disposed of bis dairy herd, implements, suudrieH, etc., at satisfactory pt-iceo. Milch cows to £tP2s 6d, buifcrs to £4 10s 18'rnontbs old heifeiH 42*.'calves 28s; fat pigs £3 10d to £3 17s.

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