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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 9 January 1914

pubht! oti:n Adamsou, Sf.rettlo and Co., / PfOH. Ui1„ 'STOCK & STATION AGENTS Victoria Horao Basilar, BOURKK ST., MKLliOURNE, !Qn|i) antes of tlorB9B at tho 8*ri*r arerj Wednesday. &t Newmarket— SHEEP—Tuoart»y«. VAT CATTT^Ti—Wedncadajt, At Corporation Haricot— PIGS k CAI-VES—'Thiiroilnyi. v DATR^f & STORE CATTLE— Fritl«y« "Land ancl Clewing Sales c.on duetod in any part of the State. lancefield Market Firat Monday in Each. Month. *Full information can fees ubtaiuect from thrnr ropresuu'.alivo, A. J.CCALL AGHAST. LaocoHold Office—Dmnford Street. Minns for Sivlu an.i T</ Let. 'Insurances Effected. Loans K«gofi«ted —~CoHM> <0—• wxenrs MUTV il> :; rL2JTCEFIELD. For all yoHr REQUIREMENTS. vSiMissr Costumes "And ' 'Jl Millinery ■Blouses Dress Baskets ■ Soots and Shoes Hen's and Youths'| 'Clothing '^"A"y??Vifwwe7 1 Croo&ety .Iroianozigeiy. Agent for— ."Age 'header, and Zaneefield Mercury E0M3E.Y MONTHLY MARKET. v-Coiporation-YardC...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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POSTA[?] INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 9 January 1914

POSTAo information. Mails arc. despatched froua the Vob j Officu, Ltt&Ccfifelfl, ae ollowaDaily IRooaoy ami Melbourne {Sundays erupted} —mail closes At 7 a.m. and at 4.30'p.uu For Kmu Flat, on Tuesdays and Fridays, olofos At 11.80. Rocbford, Nt-wbam, And Woodeod, daily, jloaea at 2.15 p.ui. Kilmore on Monday Wednesday and Friday, and for Springfield ">n same days, cloBf»a 2.SO p.m Tbe Lanceiield Poet- Office is closed daily it G p.m. Ou Saturday uigbta the office opens for tiolivery of lettora at-9.80 p.m.; an other uightgat 8.30.

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 — 9 January 1914

LAW RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS. 1. Subscriber* who do not rIt« '■<*.** notii"-' ^ tiio contrary are coruidertd « n'Vibiuff to Continue their aubtcjrip* on • " If Hub^criliers.-onfe> diacoat* .unuctt*-' rtT' their < periodical*^ tbe •t »lisb«r may continue to'wad thoip ivill AlIltKAKrt uro puid. H. If Htii«^oTiwor-> rofnse or noglacb to ! •k*«> periodical# irom the oflke to which , ■oy ur#: tlli-. (iu<i, they nro ttKHi'osgiDl.a Mill Uiu.« imvu d'.'ttieti their biH®, aad the rhe periodical# to bo di§ •nfijmod. . . V If MjO-onlwrs remove to other - aitcfs (iir«trmin^'ttii3'puMUheri; . »d tho' papu'rfl uru «eiit to thwir former ; .'V-ocioli. the .su!<s«;riticr.i uro responsible, - 3. The courts have decided thai ■efii*in'4, to periodic*!* from thft •fico leiuoviij". or i«?.viug them ,ua« ailed for is prima facia evidetice of in*' vitional Ficaoo. '."ft, 'If ^'I poriberB pay in advance fop a v«riodic*u, the.y are bound to give "S'oticf. to...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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SHIRE INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 9 January 1914

SHIRK lKFOUfcUTJON. I.ariecfieM ihire —Awa, 93 nq. mile "opalnttou of tfliire, 1202 Nniatwf o (welling*, 262. Komw;' nhiro.—Are*.6» #q. tnilei, Popa» 'htion of ahife J IKK), Number of iJfrfllUnti. 420. •Sfrfofr/ielrf fht're —Area,- HJ'*q. mil I'npulation of nhire, "OB. Number 9, •IwelliTiyn, 114. Pjnl.'iig Hhire—Ar«, 220 «!• mita l*u(mUtiou of «hirf, 1200. Jioaber ilwrltingA, 3?0. Newh^m-Wooltftid shir*—-Area, 100 q, milet. P«ipulat"&, 2400, Nstafccr of IweHiogft, 482.

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 9 January 1914

EUROPEAN,_ACENCY. I ■^jpriror.ESAT.R . .. agencies under , , tak&ifotftU British *ud Continental goods, inciudin Books and Stationery . Boots, Shoes ami Leathnr, Ch'cmicaltf and Druggists' Sundries,, Chiua, Kaitheuwaro and Glnsawni, .Cycle?, Motor Cars and Acccuflorib*, Drapery, Miltfnery aud Piece Good Fancy Goods and I'erfumury; ' Hatidwarc, Machinery tnd MotaU; Jotvollery, PMt,e and Watnhcs, Photographic and Optical (5oode, Pr«iviBi"n« and Oilmen'? Stores, ole,, utc. ComwisuVm 2i (o 5 vex wtu 'l'rade DUcountn. allowed. Special Quotations on Demand. Sample Cases from iilO upwards. . Consignments of Produce Sold on vie- i coitnf. • • WILLIAM WILSON & SONS Establish, d 1814), 25 Abchurch Lime, London, K.C. I Cable Address jAsxitaikk, I osnoK. ©. J. WIZ&XA.SffS, -"rturfBUILDER i&. GSf^AL BLACKSMITH. > A R M 1 N U IMPLEMENTS AN'J MACHINERY REN Si WED A.N" REPAIRED. WAGUOKS, D R A t B D G G I H 8. Mnde on tha pfamines from Bait Material aud in Workman...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Handy for Camper. SIMPLE SLEEPING CONVENIENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 9 January 1914

Handy for Camper. — -4 >-VSIMPLB SLEEPING CON* VENIEKCE. , A p.leco of canvas, coarse, unbteach sheeting, a blanket, or any ether piece; of material, and. 75ft. of strong suali cord, are all the .materials , nceossury to create this campers equipment. No .sewing is required, and tho outfit can bo erected in n. few minutes. It is i light' nnd can be carried anywhero. i > Select , two trees, or two polos, i and tie tho end of th!© ropo to one i of. these ; then -run ftho"rope around the: ' other three: times, draw it tant '-nnd'run . the end back to the firstr.aupport find fasten it. - Thus .ttfO'V parallel cords at any desired height * wllUbe formed botween the two "supports. • • . Spread .out the cloth on the ground under the two ropes so that the sule of the; material to form the inner part of the hammock is uppermost. • Lift one side of the material, and place the edge over one A quickly construetod V .. • • Stretcher, oi lhu cords far enough to overlap i ahout one-third . t...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Customs in Regard to Bowing. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 9 January 1914

Customs in Regard to Bowing. (By Ills. L'RANIC Tjl3tVHNEl\), •..One of the tests of good breeding, training,:aud culture is m the man ner in which bow or salutation of. recognition is miule. A brusque, Abrupt manner i.s rude. A very cHusne mannei and a low* bow ato worse. vTho . correct - salutation ,ia between' the two extremes. i : Although/according • to circumstan ces,*.. arbow > may. be- cordial; friend ly; formal; flight/: deferential • or -famihniY'it must.bo made. • A. person who has been- introduced' is entitled to recognition. : - >. An> important rule about bowing is that a man must wait for a lady to recognise him. Between friends the act of bowing is almost simul taneous; but It is the privilege of a woman to take tho initiative by being the first to bow. As has been said, an introduction entitles every one to a bow. Only for very gruvo reasons would anyone ever give a direct "cut," when Ihe claim an introduction imposes has been absolutely forfeited. In a case...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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SUBSTITUTE FOR A GLASS CUTTER. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 9 January 1914

SUBSTITUTE FOH A. GLASS CUTTEIt. 3t sometimes happens that when one has to cut glass a gldss cutter is not at hand, or the one in use is worn out. The following will mako a good substitute : Take an old file, break the end and it will be found t'hut one corner will gene rally have a very shurp edge, which will cut glass quite; as well as uny cutter. Of course it soon wears j down, but it is merely necessary to break a Bmuli piece off the file ugain, and it will be as sharp as before. In wurming a steamed pudding, or in steaming n stale cuke, never put the article on a plate or a Hat dish. Place the pudding in n colan der in the steamer, and you will ho surprised to find how much lighter and more dolic-Hte the pudding will be than if a phile had been used for the moisture to nettle on and make the pudding stodgy.

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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6,000 Miles of Scallops to make Sea Food Cheap. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 9 January 1914

6,000 Miles of Scallops to make Sea Food Cheap. ♦ " In these, days, when the cost of liv ing is so high, no little importance; attaches to the discovery of nn en tiroly new source of food supplyi almost as one might say, at our vbry^doors. It Is just- a matter of scallops. But 'these Shellfish are mighty good to cat-^nnfl just think, -if you please, of a \<ast_ fcuid continuous bed 01 them 2.00"milesJong and averaging thirty niiles*;in width. . Such beds^ •havo boer£found not far off the At : lanMc> c<aast ;on our' -sideaml over sea. f ;p»c v exploring vessel, the rGrainpus; . came .across ;onc :bed~a molluscun deposit undreamed -of—• • while hauling :a deep-sea,. net, along the bottom just to see- what there niipht be to catch. A quantity .of scallops, was brought to the sur face. This cxcited immediate* in terest,; and the net—ivjcind of dredge; on rinmcrir—was :lowered ' again .and. again, fetclflng upv>on each" occasion from "one to three; bushels of ...

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Woman's Tales of 1813 Horrors. POSES "GRANDMOTHER" WHO SAW THE MARCH INTO RUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 9 January 1914

Woman's Tales of 1813 Horrors. FOSBK " CSIlANIiMOTITEIl " WHO •SAW TIIK MAItCTI INTO HUSSIA. A groat event was celebrated re cently, In the littlo villngo of Dor mawo, in I'osen, nothing less Ihnn u human being's existence prolonged to the 120th year. The woman honoured saw Napoleon's "Grand Army" on the march into Russia, and afterwords looked out upon the Cossacks 'galloping past "her house. As n Leipzig writer says : "There is something almost weird and nwe . some about such :m experience. Some time ago I went for further information to her parish priest, H'err i'ropst Lukowski7~"'nud . the good man' answered my inquiries with the utmost cordiality," whilst ho hnnseli thoroughly examined the old lady as to .her recollections, and induced, her ncnrcstrelntions to do the same., v 'lhe. result of all this is the following narrative:— "Uedvig ^tiiyine, for such is her name,, is /proved- to have been born on October lo, 1701, m the dis trict. >of'.^JMeschon, 7 uot far away fronr. t...

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CLEAN OUT THE MENTAL COB-WESS. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 9 January 1914

CLEAN. OUT THE MKNTAL UOF3 " Sum Walter Foss upes rhyme to read farmers a- very .useful: Icksoii, and one that should ljo,heeded: more •than it Is : "Yes, clean yer house, anil clean.ysr | slied, I- And; clean yer bgm< in ev.'ry. purl ; : But brush the cobwebs; from :yorhead, And sweep the snowbanks, from yer. heart. " V Yes, when spring cleanin' comes around , Bring forth the .'duster and thc broom, But rake yer foggy notions down, And sweep yer dusty'soul.of gloom. "Hoard's Dairyman." Poultry Note Don't hang on i*t the old hens ; get rid of them. Neur the door of a living room on a successful Kansas ranch is a rnokti which reads thus : "The re{tfe3&, ra<-u, succeed who mind their own iawivpfw is hccuiir.c they have so little compir titiou." .How truo !

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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ALL RIGHTS RESERVED A BAFFLED IMPOSTER OR THE HEIR TO A DUKEDOM: A HUGE PERSONATION FRAUD. PART 8. CHAPTER XI. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 9 January 1914

1 By S. W. Hopkins, Author of "Ob Four Brass Plntes," etc., ctc. PART 8. CHAPTER XI. Lord Chester, formerly known as Gerald Lovering, and once an inmate /or; thirty days of the New York ^ Penitentiary under the name of J Henry Darncs, lounged in his tuxuri • ous rooms in tlio Albany, listlessly trying to pass a rainy afternoon . without the bother of going out in ;; the storm. It was weary work, for I'Lord Chester missed the companion ship that makes a rainy day often the most enjoyable to a man who reads. Lord Chester knew nothing of books. Ho cared nothing' for thfcm. Glvo him the roal thing—lite in all its rosy voluptuousness ; the club, the drive, tho gamin*# table, or the sweet hour with some temporary . charmor. These were the elements ' that made Lord Chester's life a merry ono ; mado it worth living, in fact. "Can't stand it much longer," be said to himself. "Wonder if Brainerd j •is at tho club ? Must get satisfaction 1 out of Brainerd. He won five hun- ; dred from mo last ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 9 January 1914

Reduces Your Efficiency and Shatters Your Health TN'DKiF.STION" lias spoiled the life ami shattered the . health of many a mitn and woman. It should never be Tho occasional headache or pain? alter eating, which Irotible von now, may scarcely :>\v.n worth attention, 'but tw-.-lve months .hence, is you neglect iliem, you may be numbered nmo'.ijprt the great anuv of dyspeptics, whose ■daily toll becomes almost intolerable through chronic headaches, pains alter eating, flatulence, biliousness, con ••Stlpition. languor, sleeplessness, and depression. It is -Civerto prevent than.cure ; therefore, act promptly, wo;r, and take Mother Seigel's Syrup daily, after your meals. It is a herbal remedy, made from more than ten varieties of roirts, barks, and leaves. You ivitt liud, as have tens of thousands before you, that it has a most beneficial effect upon the stomach, liver, and. bowels. Forty years of vvorJd-wiiie successes have proved it. You can prove it, too. READ THE TESTIMONIAL. Urs. ...

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HOW TO NEUTRALISE DANGEROUS STOMACH ACIDS. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 9 January 1914

HOW TO .NEUTRALISE DAN GEROUS STOMACH ACIDS. -Few .hewl?" J>hyi»eiana realise the importance of l«eplug tUV'fcru «sit28*V»f Hie utrmoch .frfte iroin aciti fenuer.tution. " >it;Altiiy.iiorumI digestion enauot take place dtlicato lining uf ibe «t.imnoh is being inflnmcil and by noitl hui! wiiiri — tli© re»ult» of fermenting1 food in tha •toniaeh. . Toyeeuiu p»jrf«;ct di^ontion, for mu«t be stoppeii or prereuUd. Ami r.ftn nricV For rhi* purpose iajyp'oiti'ri UfUAllv* . reo.huMMi ) driving a -X»*t!o ui.tira'eil uutg'toftU fr>.ui tlMr.cnemint a.iit UUiJtf Itatt a ttM*8»no»Xnt in a hot or .i.ojd rrater imm«-diatoiv eraiu^. Thoy fprmumenH hlr.n™udui<*gne«lftbecaute; it is" r!v.^-ui to take, hes no dl**groeablo aftoe -effeots, airi'iootrmtly.efconai«w»*»» Won, hoatrftVlipr'1V a2lt2~>.n«l ♦ ij* ■nut f.w.1 tA'tibt and «Sj,' «» The tcjjuUr n t (if tiiaiHarm'' ''j.ncJ'noaT*— bo "life j-ou.uet til. bisuraCfc-i,;7 ti* kj . o! ma({ncssa art of little vj- ." .i',' lute RUiruB...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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THE FARM. SUB-SOILING WITH EXPLOSIVES. SOME PRACTICAL, HINTS ON THEIR USE. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 9 January 1914

THE FARM; SUn-BOILINCi WITH BXI>M>8JVK8. SOMK PriAOTIOAI, HINTS ON THHIR USIi. It. is well to realise that lon«l is bought or leased according t.o its nurfaco measurement, and if we can .succeed in- making the under-solta contribute a share towards the pro duction of better crops, v.*c are add ing to the producing area of our farms in the most economical way possible. Land is getting very dear on the surface, and to get the bent possible returns per acre we must, on all our stifler soils or those; un derlaid by "hard-pan," break up thi sub-soils to allow the roots of the plants a full range for root growth. Farming by dynamite has caught on in the United States, and is spread ing throughout Canada and, Mexico tike a prairie Hrc. It seems a strange way of making the ground brinr forth its produce in plenty, but there is no getting away from the fact that it acts. Doubtless the man who tried the trick first and met with success wa&'7 quite in the dark as to why it'suc-; ...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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CROP ROTATION OF PERMANENT BENEFIT. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 9 January 1914

CHOP ROTATION OF PEIIHANEN.T BENEFIT. .' . I;K., G.- Douogliuo; Prof, of Agrouuniy;: ^'North-'Dakota Agricultvu'al; College. / While ,all the causc.s ot low yields the; small' grains cannot bo remov ed, practically all that arc of immo djato importance can be controlled !ln--largc meaaurc by a well-planned; syBtom of crop rotation. When^ crQps aro grown in rotation and proper tillage methods aro followed,' they; will suller less from dry weather-than ; when they' are grown continuously. I j.Croij rotation is usually of more im I port'ance than the methods of tillage ! used in this respect, although both j aro: important. In''*mbst rotations more rougfrago is produced than can ! be disposed of by the work stock on | tho farm. Hence, more animals must |;be kept and more manure produced !. to return to the land to keep up the supply of organic'mattcr. The organ ic' matter in the soil may also be maintained Ijy growing grasses and ;logumcs, (clover, lucerne, peas), in the rotation. Inas...

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Farmers Should be Students. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 9 January 1914

Farmers Should be Students. It ie a" well known fact that noth-1 i»g stands still for any great length j of time; things eithor go forward nn<l improve, or go backwards and dcterlprato. , | If a lawyer baa ambition to become | a better lawyer, he does not diminish ins study of the law, but rather in creases it. If a doctor would attain to the highest pinnacle of his profes sion. he does, not practice medicine .as it,was taught and practiced 100 iyenrH ago, but he reads and studies tho now ideas as advanced by known loaders and experimenters of to day. Carpenters, printers, stone-masons, miners, merchants—all have discarded old and out ot date methods for new er;.and more economical ways in •which'-to do their work.' IS' THK FARMER CARELESS ? Have wo as farmers' kept: up the procession ? Let us investigate. Do mon who wiBh to become farmers, in the great majority o£ cases, think it necessary to go through a prescribed course of study ? They do not. Do they read up the newe...

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CHAPTER XII. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 9 January 1914

CHAPTER XII. The patience of Sir Peter bad turn-' ed to impatience, and this hail grown ' to the fury of exasperation. The names of Lord Chester and Mildred Moore were coupled together every where in London. If the . shameless intimacy were not soon .broken, off, Sir Peter saw tho crumbling of his' hopes for Edwina ; and. not only that • ho saw before him an angry , duke, and the loss of the prestige of that duke's friendship and business. vSir Peter felt in great measure rcspon- j siblc for Lord Chester—accountable to the duke for bis moral and physi cal welfare. He could stand the scan dal no longer. The time for action had come. ' i i ' Sir Peter sat in his private office at i the bank one afternoon in an unusu i ally idle mood. He was waiting, i A messenger entered. i "Lord Chester to see you, Sir i Peter," he said. i "Ah ! Show his lordship in." Sir Peter rose from his chair and took a few steps around the room. He was nerving himself for the com? ing battle, which he felt woul...

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Court Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 9 January 1914

Court Fixtures. Tlio fnllv«viii|r uto IhrColioi' Mnir<»' ♦ riiVt i1ny» I'f (|IVinlniU'c M- the | *•>»•> i* iil thi« purl "f Ihr CnotlctiiHine S) liineflii-M —Woiltmu'liiv*, II H.m. .1 ninHry 21, Kn"Ittmi v 18, Murdh 18, Ac'i' 15, Mmv 20, jnin- 17 liiimm-y—- WocIhi'hHhvw, 2.30 p.m on n* Lunci-KolU. Wi'i'dcnrt—Monilnyn, 3 p m. .l#n wii t 12 mid 2R ; 1'Vhrmiry 9 Hnri 23 ; M-iol. 9 «nrl iiii ; April 27 , Mny 11 urn' 23. mid Join* 22 Kyru »»nn—Tne^dnyp, 10 a.m. Jim-; •tmpy'ifl. «nd 27 ;' Fehrnnry 3, 10,1 mid. 24; M»»ch St. 10, 24, and 31; 'Aurii 7 ami 28; Mny 5, 12, and 26; 'and Jutif 2, 9, 28, and 30. .bicennim,' Courra will he held rr follows—Lanoefiwld diatrict (held at Ttom»#»y)-— January 21, February 18, M*rch 18, April 15, Mny 20, and .Juiim 17. JCyneton—January 6, Febrnary 3, Mutch 3, April 7, May 5t aud June 2. .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 9 January 1914

TWO DOS ICS GIV1S IlKLIUF. '• 1 am nuHjeet to bowol troubles which enuHO puin and iuunnvoniuncu," wri<cH Mr \Ifreti Wane, 185 Auburn-toad, Auburn, Victoria; but nvu doficH of (Jliatnbi.rltiin*f* \ olic ayd Diar.rboea Kyuiudy i»«vu ironic diatu ruliid. 1 aiu ploased to know thure is such a naf« and ceituin remedy as Chamber lain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy and ahvaya keep bottle handy," Sold by all Chemists uud Storekeepers, riit^y're at S^ast!!! Roforo placing j»our ordor fop a Ta* pauliu this cSuason, write to ub for' a uplo of tho Canvases from which tho £] tiro m:id«;, you'll find them a splendid solution of niiiturisiln, well able t.o Vj st.will the knouking about' and rou^h handling that Tarpaulins arc sub jected to. THE "BARTRAM" TARPAULINS ARE THE KIND THAT LAST Write now foe Price List*' J. BARTRAM & SON PTY.'LTD. 586 Bourke- street, VMEL BOURNE. ' <w«aESi KlUflOBE STOCK SALE. Monday, 12th Jaa. 1914 UyilLIAM SKKLLY & CO. and V¥ CHAarilf...

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