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

Springfield Shire Council. The ordfnaiy monthly meeting of the above council was held in the 1 shite hall, Spsingfield, last Friday afternoon, March ij, there being /' present Crs Clement (president),' McDonald, McRae, James and John I Lowden, and Shanahan. CORRESPONDENCE. From Shire of Newham and Wood end, asking for particulars upon which j the council based their contribution o{£2* towards dairy inspection, also amount of fees received by the shires of Springfield and Romsey.— The Secretary said he had forwarded the information. From Department of Public Works, forwarding £i5 5s towards repair .of landslip and ,64.00 towards erection of bridge over Deep Creek at Darra weit.— Cr McDonald said there ap peared to be some doubt about coun cil obtaining this .£400. He liad, however, spoken to Mr Argyle on the day of the Romsey show, atd, judging from his remarks, he felt confirmed that the council would get the £400. —Cr James Lowden said the Minis ter of Public Works promised the gra...

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

irMCKET. 1 ir the ro«'(rh Liinrefield v New iiara IflHli Sat-nrday, Reihor did fonte splendid bowling, Hib figures rend : j 11 bnifn, 4 rarip, 7 wicket e, including "hat trick"1' twi$e* The final match, Jjunoofield v Bid ■dellj will be placed at Romnsy fo ©orrow. Play-erg of the Lancefield team «re r^qaenfed to be ready to wave At 1.30- sharp.

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Sporting TENNIS. A Romsey team visited Lancefield last Saturday, and play resulted as follows:— [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 20 March 1914

Sporting TENNIS. i Bomesy team visited Lanoefield last Saturday, and pluy resailed as fnllnwfl::— IS. Goller and Chapman beat Irrku and Mclnfcyre, *6— 3 H, Gcjler and Ohapraan beat {duty re »nd Anderson. *6—5 H. Goller and 'Barbour lost to nrlca and AnderaoD, 4—^6 HiBR JSgnn andH. Goller beat Mr»( larke and T* Parka, 6—4 Mr McLean and Barbour beat Parks and F. Clarke, 6 -3 Mien Goller and McZjean beafc Mra -Mra Clarke and Parks, -6—4 | Mrs Johnson and H. Barboar losfc to M188 Heal .and F, Clarke MiwGuller and Mm Johnson beifc .Mrs Clarke and Mfcs Nenl, 6 - 0 Barbour and McLean loBt to Park* And Anderson, V—6 i Totals LanceSeld, 44 gantts* •UooMpy, 38 yumes. ii%Doefield tiiup won by 6 yarned. Th»» Nevrhari) clnb will visit Lanne Held next Saturday, 2ler iusr., to flay donr ruized pR-ira.

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How Gamblers Cheat. SOME TRICKS OF SHARPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 20 March 1914

How Gamblers Cheat. SOMJE TRICKS OF SHATU'ERS. Wherever you find the. "gambler, there, also, will be tho sharper al ways be; and below are given a few of tho common "devices-; em ployed by him. ^ / -A..coin which is frequently -used for tho purpose of cheating at-spuv ning coins is an ordinary penny filed round the edge1 so that the rim Is. at a slight- angle.. This coin possesses the addilionaV advan tage of being able; to^be - safely handled ,by . the dupe, .'for the angh is so -.very- slight that- it cannot he detected by- .anyone 'not in the se secret. • It' ,will; bo obvious that when.', such a coin • .is spun :upon its edge it will; always fall-on one side—viz., >the sido whose edge:" pre sents .the smallest- .circumference. v The popular card g.ime called Banker" in' the hands of n shar iper;;readily ■. lends itself to trickery. Tho visual method - of cheating nt jthis • game • Is' to vuse a preptir^d pack; technically -knowu as "longtf and shorts/', - which is easily pre ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 27 March 1914

TAKE NO OTHER u For nine years I. suffered with ft.liver, disorder and tried nnmHrouH medicines, ob gaining very libtlo relief," writes MIm Esther J., Colea, Majors Creok, N.8.W. " Aftor taking. Chamberlain's Tablets regu larly for a fortnight I found I wan greatly benefitted., and Am now completely restored to health. My father, who ie 79, is ua in valid nod in troubled with constipation, bat but hiB obtained the greatest benefit from Chamberlain's Tablota. Rather than uao any other medicine we have afton nont into Qraidwood, that is 20'utiles away, for Cham berlain's Tablets." Hold by nil Chemists aud fitorekceuert. QkaiBbertaea'sH!Suyn 1 ablets tusttoTB rm Atframs.

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AN EASY WAY TO REMOVE SUPERFLUOUS HAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 27 March 1914

AN EASY WAY TO REMOTE . SUPERFLUOUS HAIR, For the bouefit of oar lady f$adoro - ;*yi)o naffer from the bamiliatiBfj ,dis* .figaremont of hair, on lace,.iipB-or" cliia, we publish herewith a formila which has the advantage of being ' siraplo and inoipensivo as well us marvellously effective. It is not olaimad by oar informant that ono application will pfrmanently destroy tho hair roots, bat it is claimed, and the clairaa are homo out by actual testa that one application completely i removes tho hair, and its regular nset ono or' two dayn apart, will (jniokly ami permanent destroy tbo hair root ' itaelf. If you have hair which yew vjiah permanently romovti, ask your .chemist to mix 4} drams Palvorisod Sulthine Coucentrate with 2| drams Zino Oxido, PB., and 1' dram of Powdered Orris Root, and pat'in a wido month bottle. For use, mix a . little of thepowder into a paste on a plate by adding a few drops of water. I Apply with a narrow knife blade and removo at t,hn end of two minutes wit...

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REVEALS COMFLEXION SECRET OF THE SPANISH, LADY TELLS HOW THEY KEEP THEIR YOUTHFUL COMPLEXIONS, EVEN AT SIXTY. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 27 March 1914

RE-VEAIjS COMFiiEXION SBORJ5T OP THE SPANISH, LADY TKLLS how THEY KEEP TIlJilR YOUTHFUL COMl'LKXIONS, EVKN AT SIXTY. "As ft yonug girl," writes one of our readers," I always had n nioe . cleurtiud dolicately tinted complexion, • fyut ciu reaching the ago of thirty' ;C__v ^ changed completely.- Tbo" ■ohifly winter winds aod. rain made niy akia'- • ronjjh and dry—my faoo used to bam and smart horribly after the slightest' ' exposure to frost or oold, I felt very worried to see the dreadful change that was taking place. About this time I went for- a trip abroad, and while travelling in the south of Spain, beciimo intimate . with an elderly Spanish lady. Knowing how proud, the Spanish girls are of their lovely skin, and hoping she could help me, I told her of my trouble. She ad vised mo to obtain two ounces of roae> water, one dram tincture of bensoin, and two ounces of ordinary flowers of ojtzoin from the chemist, wbiob, she »»id, I' could mis myself, and after 'shaking well, apply,...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Catholic Federation. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 27 March 1914

Catholic Federation. Tbe seoondanaual report of tba Viotoriau branch of tbe Australian Oktbolio Federation states that 35S bnlnchea of the Federation have been formed in Victoria, with about 5000 workers as members of the Branch OounoilB. Over 40,000 members . were enrolled daring lust year; Prominenoe is given to tbe Ednor tion 'question, in eonneotion . with wbioh publio meeting8|bave been held throughout Victoria. Tho 'State Council will persist in pleading tbe in justice of the present system to Catho lic citizens. A Catbolio Immigration Bureau carried on during the year bat been of great nssistauce to new arriv als. The federation has co-operated with non-Cutbolic bodies in the work, of tbe Anti-Sweating League, the •improvement of housing conditions, and the suppression of indecent And immoral litorature,

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Markets. MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. Melbourne, Tuesday, The Glppeland and Northern Co-operative Selling Co. Ltd. report as follows:— [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 27 March 1914

Markets. I — MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKI5T. Melbourne, Tuesday, ' The Glppeland and Northern Co-nporutivo Selling Co. Ltd. report ns follows i Wheat—F.a.q* 3a 9£d to'3s lOd^'modiuoi'; according to 6ampl<L ' Oats—Milling U lid.; feed, Is to lo ' lOd for beat ; la 7d to Is 8d for medium, tBarloy—Choioe English scarco at 3s Gd • good, 8a 2d to 3a 4d j Cape, is lid to 2s 4d, * Mulzo—Much firmer during pastfow days, j Supplies light, with a good many enquiries'1 frcm Northern States. Holders asking 4 for primo line*.' Potatoes—Deliveries this T/qekh&ve boon vory light, and prices have firmed oon&Uer ably. To-day primo samples are selling at £A 10a; medium and inferior acoordW to i quality. . Chaff—Although heavy «gu#ntltleq «pn, tinue.to oomo forward, the market romaius unaltered. Primo oaten, £3 2b fld; good' £3; lower gra.lofl'very difficult to blear at from £2 12s 6<l.to £2 15*. <Oniouc—Ysry quiet,' £0 top. Arfamwn Stiettlo kud Co, Pty. JJd.,...

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HOPELESS. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 27 March 1914

; HOPELESS. Adrian returning tohip n<*iivo.^wa after a long ftbsenco 'nfot'hie foruiiif pastor. After montioping Vario^ friends, the lhan aaked } - „*• "Oil, by the way, who« do you fti?. pcct to »ee Dttacpn Smith agaift?.'* "Novw," Hairi the minister, aoTemuv^,;-r ly# "the Deacoa a in a^vett/''' j v;i

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AND REGUL[?] [?] term "The Common[?]d in connection with these [?]tions it includes Papua [?]Island, and Norfolk Island. L[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 27 March 1914

: MID REOUL. iOK: I :'ie'ierm "The Common »ed in connection with these ■ ■ .cg'uliuiojJB it includes Piipu.i, ■•uiu tiowu island, wid Norfolk Island. LBTATKRH. r or every ^ounoo or fraction thereof, or delivery within the Common wealth-.. .. j t delivery, in *iie British Era !,!?V Q 1 delivery in tho N«w Hebrides, •m.iUb; and Torrea Island* ,.0 2 'ierivery in other places .. ,. 0 2J LETTER cards. .^delivery within tho Commonwealth: •Miu'le, ldt oacii ; "reply, Id. oadi half, jr delivery in tho British Empire (gee ",st <>f phicoa undor "Letter/')—Sin gle^ la« eaoh. '■ ■ - %v . 'or delivery in New Hebrides Books, !» • uv^ {slanaa—Single, 2d. each, bor £i6bvo^y\tfh'other plaoee— Single, . 2id. .sach. ' '?OTT ' iUDS/:, sangie Postcards ltapreased with .th» Id. stamp, ;arid' Replj or double cords oaoh half of which hie tho Id, stamp impressed thereon; may be transmitted to place a within the Conmonwoalt-h, anti to those places, enuncrated under "L©tt«rB," to whioh letters m...

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The Recent Show. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 27 March 1914

The Recent Show. A compareion of the last {ot? show a of tlie Lnncefiold Farm anil Horti» ocltural Society indicates that it is moro than holding its .own, tnd paining io popularity. Whatever failing oB the was was in tho classes for pot plants and out flowers, so .that, tbe entries at the show jaut over were £8 7s 6(1 as against £9 9s at the I last show. At the same time, con-j considering the long dry spoil and tho fact tbct.no water was available, the display was ■ scrprisingly good. As usual, Romsey showed up well in these clauses, more especially as there has been wator tbore while JLancefiold has boeu short. Among exhibits not for competition were flowers sbowc by Mr SL I. Argylo M.Li.A, aod t he seoretary (Mr J.- Watcrland and eoaia nice specimens of wood c&rviog exhibited by. Mr J. Mnnro, Pot. .plauta to the value of.£l Oa 43d crero cold, and the society has a good ntook in hand,- Tho door takings wore £8 7b, as sgaioHt £5 ldis at last Autumn show, and the tou-room (...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 27 March 1914

i'uhili! N„Uocb COUGHS & GOLDS Are Easily Defeated by ;; HEARn Bronchi FT?' ">> M Tit r;-on*;i a Y«i C'f':-5V; ^7 fif 1 j •• > j- -0J-'m1(3- l)V 'J ■ , s• - >>•< . -fell 11 I ken in ' Id ev >ry Hiiie ray aud ml - uit-» made •; j.- •;.!•••• .iiti'sr. Style Oul, an1. •'it ; Ouaru.4eed/ ou the-premises, turner purs.nal jsnpmiswn. • y.jr.. ^BC^Lk.XaiB KY8ET9N, Visits Kaneefield every Sale Day. Address : Stinrarook Hotel. Linccfinld. frootoids For Constipation, Biliousness, Bad Breath, Headache, Indigestion. Delightful Family Medicine KEEP YOURSELF Posted tip in DISTRICT \ 'matteks ByJBubseribing to . Sanwfietd— —Iflettavg. Bright, Breezy, aad-Up-to-date Printed tbronghont in Lancefield, With a wldo rarigo of Papora, Cards, Tngii, Eto„ and anjimjitoved plant wo turn ont JOB V ^EI3Sra?IITG. , In OityStyle at City Prict!. Note. This ia the second edition of h>i» week'n " Mercury," and the b .r.k page could not be reprinted i original form' We . antic...

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CLOSE SEASON FOR GAME. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 27 March 1914

CLOSE SEASON FOB GAME. The Whole Year.—Laughing jaokasa. emu, kangaroo (grey andixed),'lyro.birdsj native .bears, . ^ owJa}.. swallow, mtfpokefr, pfatypua, etc. From 14tb <iay of Juno to tho 20th day of Docomber in each year.—-Bluok swau, wild geese o ail kinds. From JBb day of August in ea«h yoar to tho lsiBt day of February following.—Quail, bronze-winged or other wild pigeons. FISH. From lat day of September to the 15th* dny of December in oachywar,—Block fish,^ From lat day-of May to tho 31st day of August in each year.—English trout. Froai 1st July to I5th Ootobor in each yoar.—Murray cod, perch, and bream.

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TENNIS, [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 27 March 1914

TENNIS, On Saturday a team from the New ham Tennis Club visited Lancefield and played a match in which the locals had an easy win. The New ham club is only newly formed, and the visitors showed promise of de veloping into good players. The Lancefield team comprised Mrs E. E. Johnston, Misses Thompson, Latta, and Goller ; and Messrs Chapman, Goller, Barbour, and McLean, The visitors were regaled with afternoon tea.

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MONEY IN FLYING MACHINES. THE BUSINESS SIDE OF AVIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 27 March 1914

MONEY IN FLYING MACHINES. THE BUSINESS SIDE OF AVIATION. Is aviation -& goo$l industrial In vestment? That is to say, are there good markets for aeroplanes, flying-machine factories? Undoubt edly. Every country in the world is now adding aeroplanes to the equipment of their navy and army. The great Powers are setting up works to make their own machines and bestirring themselves in the matter of finding the best and most reliable designs,, while, according to the 'Times,' a gret many smaller Powers,- such as Turkey, Norway, Roumania,. Sorvia, Greece, Chile, Siam, etc., are also turning their attention, to the. new weapon of war, end-havo sent-over... officers to be trained as pilots; in-the different Hying schools of Europe and the Unitod States of. America. While the greater Powers are .busy making their own machines—it is es timated that 100 aeroplanes will be mado by the Hritieh Government in the next twelve months—the smaller countries will, for some years-at least, Iiave...

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LANCEFIELD RAILWAY. MELBOURNE TO LANOEFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 27 March 1914

| LANCEFIELD RAlLwll.! Melbourne to Lanobpield. Melbourne ... dep. 5-40 5 anc«field Junction arr.8.14 dep. |.55 Bolmda ... § § Moneg«tt&. ... § § . NTorfch Monegotta ... § / § Romsey ... ... ^ ... jO;10 L'lnoefiold 1 „ art-. J0.25 P.M. 5.42, 7118 8 2 8.15 flares Mttlbourts© Lnncefield Janction«rr 7.10 dej Romany.., ... ... fjuncefield * ... «rr ' On Saturdayfl, tbia • train .Melbourne at 6.30 andreaches* 1/mce Sold at 93 p.m. I .. /» : liANCltf 1 ELD, TO MBtBOUKNtf.' *"»' ■ ■ A.M. Lancefiold... »;V ''dep. 7.4G' Romioy ... ... ..." ...7155 Landefield Jtmcfcioa arr $.24, dtp S.41 IVfclboarne... ...9.45 PM. Lancefiold ... dep. 5,0 Rorasey ... -"... .\ 5.25 Lancefield ^miction a/rr. 6.11. . Melbourne ,»m ... ...arr. 7.27 Distance from Lancofield to Melbourne, 45| milea Height of Lanoofiold above the &ca level, 1561 feet. . Lanceyirld Railway, Fares.—Lancefield to Melbourne—(ordin ary fares)—Ibfc class; single 7yj return lis; •2nd: flingle 48 8d, return 7ii 6d. Holday exc...

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Sporting. RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 27 March 1914

Sporting. | RIFLE SHOOTING. Practice, and the shooting off of the members' musketry course, is in pro gress on the Lancefield rifle range every Saturday. Last Saturday twelve members fired an interesting spoon competition at 300 yards, of jo busi ness shots. J. A. Morris' score of 3+ off the rifle was only beaten by H. Pockliogton, and the former's handi cap made him the winner. Scores:— iSc'ro hdop. TJ, J; A. Morris 34 10 M It. McNlhinnoy ... 30 12 42 D. Tally 82 8 40 J. Dogate ... ... 2*3 14 40. J. Qathridgo 25 14 89 E. Tally 32 S 88 H. Pooklingtou ... 86 2 37 J. Tally ... 29 8 37 D, Brumloy ... ... 28 8 30 G. Hobbs 28 7 3S G. Tully 18 8 26 J. SlclSlUinnoy ... 15 8 -23 A team from the Rochford club will visit Lancefield to fire a match to (Saturday) week, April 4. Several members of the Rochford club have joined the V.R.A., and have scored well. in its competitions. The members have been putting in good practice, and are better equipped than most Lancftfield members, , possessing ...

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THE DISTRICT COURTS (1911). [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 27 March 1914

THE DISTRICT COURTS (1011). The Poiice Magistrate (Mr A, Barlow) attends the following court'B on tbo days specified. PETTY SESSIONS, Cnstlemaiuo—Every Friday, at IOa.m except fourth Friday in month. Kynetnn—Every Tuesday, at 10 a.m., except third-Tuesday in mouth. Dayleaiord—Evory Wednesday, at 10 a.m. except third Wednesday in the month. Maldon—First and third Mondays in tho month, at 11.30 a,m, v Trentham—First and third Thursdays in inrmtli, at 10.30 a.m. Wcodend—Socond and fourth Mondays in month at 3 p.tn. Chewtou—Fitst Friday in month at 3p.m. Taradalo—First Tnesduy in month at 3 p.m. ' j Fryeratown-i-Seoond Saturday in month at 10O.U1, ^ . Mtiltnebury—SoeondTufesri/iy in*month at 2,45 p.m. Sunbury—Fourth Friday, in month, at 2 p.m. Blackwood—Second Thuwdn) in month at 10 a.m. Gibhorno—Fourth Thursday in month at 10 a.m. Ghi.nlyon—First Wednesday in month at 2.30 p.m. Lancefield—'Third Wednosday in month ct 11 a.m. " Koraney—Third Wednesday in month at 2.30 p.m. LICENSING COU...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 27 March 1914

Wedding. NOTMAK-LOOKWOUD, A pretty wedding was celebrated on March 11 in the Church of Christ, Raglan st, LanceQeld, by Mr. H. M; Clipstonc, when Mr James Notm&n was uuited to Miss Gertie Lock wood. Mr. T. Tully (cousin of the bride); played the Wedding 'March. Mis^ L. Meyer sang The little Silver Ring, and the cousin of the bride (Miss G. Tully) sang Sunshine and Rain. The bride wore ivory silk, trim med with Cluny lace,guipure and pearl, with sprays of orange blossom, and carried a bonqnet of white lilies and asparagus fern. The first bridesmaid (Miss L. Lockwood) wore white silk, trimmed with Cluny lace and guipure. The second bridsmaid wore [cream silk poplin trimmed with silk insertion. The bridesmaids carried a bouquet of sweet peas, roses, asparagus fern. The train bearers (Misses J. and N. Not man) wore cream silk trimmed with guipure, and carried crooks. After tho ceremony the guests wended their way to "The Orchard". Here a very pleas-, ant time was spent. Mr Clips...

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