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Th' Baird. (CONTRIBUTED). [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 27 March 1914

Th' Baird. (ConTSintrriDl. ( The tralMf ye ken, air nt thoir fcop< Tho net weo bottles ha* ta pop. Whatover happens thoy maan stop The adverao dooeesion! Tho beak o' beaks are on -the bench, And Tommy stands wi 'la th' fence. 8aye he(l Share now, yo must bo dense Ta briog me bore at*Vt ftatrciy hotel in genteel like, 'Tie fit for Sandy4 John, or Mike; 'TwuU shelter motor, horse, ««r blko— • 'N'howio Mithor J* MI don1* allow *Ho1 hoi ifeo tramps/ Kor yet at cards held all tho trnmpa, Bat Abbotafotd L all day pnmpa SfoaVe >no conceptioa .1" TV nex* t* speskiie woo MoDab, 'H' he hails ira.-th' weat-ond pub; Hia beer's aae Rood tbat by the tab X' o'd o'on drink at J He 4ella iV gnidrasn aye io's bin ^V.d6iri*,Ahjtb$n'g that's .me*n, H' playiri* oards hae na'er bin scon, JNob e'en for eiller i "Xh' hoofle," enya .ho,1 'a' ieop quite kraw^ 'N' keep ayo well wi 'in th* law, 'N'.twixt ooraolsea a' niver saw Upon th* Bonoh slo quality/' •"Awa! ftwaj!" theofaairmon oried, "Y'ce ...

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

j In fflrmariatn. -I | Jo^ES.—la loving raoraory of Hcdloyi Euira/who tfiod on 2£th .MaJdk, 1007,' oldeKb; soncf Medley .and Glcthla Jonea; and !oving' brother, of -L, P. iitnV Ronald; LftDcetiald; Club Hotel,;Lanccfield. "Suffer tfce littlo children to come tint ■> Mo.f»

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Licenses Reduction Board. Decision Announced. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 27 March 1914

laeonsos Reduction Board. Decision Announced. Though' tfio silting of tbo Irt'oease* Bsdnotioh Board for tho Iianoefiold diitriofcdid not ooriolnde till noon on Friday, its deoi'sion was annoancod tbo same afternoon. Thorewaa not b9 large an andienoe as during tho hoaring of ovidonoo, raoat licoonoe, «nd witnesses from oatlying parts baring returned home. The list of hotels to be olosod appeared in oar iiaue of tfja Bame date*_ Tho Board's oonoineions. voro r.ead by the ohairman (Mr. Barr) os fol lows.:— The LanceSald lioansmg1 -dietriot has a statutory population of 0881, whioh ontitloR it to 8 'hotels, an Ad ditional 24 honseholdera wonld in cmrb tho statutory nnmber to $, whilst tho narobpr of iiiaensed viot nallord' premiers within its bounderioa is 17. Inoladed in the 'district are the two market towns of Lanee&eld and Romaey, whilst olose to ita wes tern boundary is Woodend, a .well known toarist&'oootre, in whidbtboro .are several enbstantial ihotols. Lanoe ,f...

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

Harness the Wind. A Cheap Power. THE Low Initial Cost is the only expense in curred when you instal DON'T do Any thing until You have -seen the "STAR-" MODEL 12 (All-Steel Galvanised) Windmill. PUMPING OUTFIT for raising water for stock and other pur poses. The ■" Star" has many exclusive features embodied in its con struction not found in other makes, and which are just as indispensable to a " good" mill as the teeth are to the hnman ir.outb. A POSTAL to ns wifl ibRng .by Tetnrn mail fell particulars of the *' Star" — the World's Windmill Masterpiece. 4. BARTIAM & SON PTY. LTD., 586; Bourke-st., Melbourne. ——Corns to HISS'S • STORES.' XAKCSFISLD. ■For all y<rar REQUiREMENTS. gammer €®stmmes Hilllaory ■•And "Blouses '.Dress Baskets ;,Soots and Shoes . Men's and Yeiiihs' OlotMng ■Groceries. Crockery Ironmongery Agent'ror— . -dgfi Header, and Iiancejield Mercury H. V. GOLLER Saddler and . General Harness Maker, .•Oernor.of Dunsford and Raglan Streets, LANCGFIELD, Go...

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

HONESTLY RECOMMINDBD. j "To anyon® Bering from diarrhoea I can honoetly recommend Chamberlain'* Colic and Diarrhoef Remady aa being the tnuafc a&tUfaetory remedy on the market," trritea Mr C, 0. Hooper^ Wakefield, N,Z. 4I ha*« tried all aorta of madioinM, bob bare found nothing equal to Ohatnbarlaiu'i Cotto and TMarrbeoa Kamady,'* Sold by a^l Chemiito and $totak«fcp«ii. P.Mio NoiIcm THOS. E, WHITE djemust o itLiHa Strkbt, Plrabaitor Butldekqr, Two Doora from Georga and Gaorgo. —OOHOULT it— MBS. DAV IS', " LYNDHUR8T,,' I ON FAIR DAY,i ROM8EY THIED| MONDAY IN THE MONTH, »t MR A. E. PONSFORD'3 PHARMACY. I Painting & Paperhanging. W. BULLEN DESIRES to notify tho Public . of Romeey and Surrounding. Districts that be ib prepared to undertake all olasooa of PANTING AND PAPERHANGING ' at Reasonable Rates. Alt Work Executed in a Workmanlike «aaer, A TRIAL SOLICITED. Jack Casey WILL attend Minogue's stables every, day jron* X jto l.SO p.m. Bring yonr horses ? aml^hfcvtf their ...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Mick's Snake A SHORT STORY IN One AXE. (Contributed) [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 27 March 1914

Mick's Snake A Show Storti'j Oho Axe. (Contribnted) Id one moment llick was on the defensive. : All the natural instinct of setf-piieaervation rose Dp and throbbed in his throat, While perambulating ibacknards leading a ores through a gate he pat bis foot on the .extreme (or .western,) end of a snake, —the thin .end. The snake coiled around bis leg. With one blow of hiS'hand be sent bis enemy reeling to earth J The next instant tbo -enemy crouched for bia deadly blow* He Btraok the blow, bnt only fastened his teeth in Miok's trousers. (See. Hull's adv-t.). The snake thought trousers made the man. Miok, with a wild and wooly whoop leaped high in tbe air, but gravitation brought bim_ back'io terra firnla. A gun was brought'to bear, and Miok grabbed the fonling piece, took deadly aim, and the charge lauded down the snake's throat. What of it P Ho was not a snake likotbat! To die from ono shot 1 ! Ho curved up bis neok, gave a terriffio cough, and lo! the shot-shot ont of him and rattle...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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CANARIES IN CHURCH [?]. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 27 March 1914

CANARIES III «HUR@H GH9IR8. I Varfo$.are &<! devieta odoptcfl ta Aasertca lor the purpos* ol attract ion people to eAant—Btrioe) archce trns, dissolving viows, gramophancp. and tli« like—but it has bam left to Cincinnati, Ohio, to ooaceta) the Mm of combining the etrains ol the orgaa wfth the piping of birds. At a sarvtce heM ta Loodoo Baptist Chapel forty canaries in their cages were placed la diflwoat parts cl tin buiUUDfi. The birds began chirping with tike first notes of the organ, I and eontinaed until the musk stop ped. Tlx' combined eHect ot organ, choir, asd birds is raid to hove i beat particularly pleasing. A novel uervire has just betocele- j ttnsted Id Trinity Methodist Church, j Toronto, In which birds aad blos soms played a conspicuous JRtrt. nt attar wax Ailed witii sprays of fruit-blossoms and carnations, rows, sskA other flowers, vkile suspended from the gallery were eeven cages, each eonta'n>ng a favourite songster from some member's boms, len...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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S[?]RANGE INSTINCTS OF BEES. THREE CLASSES OF INDIVIDUALS IN EACH COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 27 March 1914

S;RAW8E ItiSTIRCTS 07 BEES. I • ' • " _ X I THKUC^ 0l«A88B8 07 INDIVI DUALS IN BACH COLONY. In tbe honey te mlltj to man? such romartabts instincts that n rooms to ProfKWrr Alfred Fairhnrut impolitic tkat they could have been acquire* by the process ol evolu tins. Onr authority continues in an lntanatted publication : Three ktnda individuals exist in & colony o( fcess t&e queco, whose sola work is to lay efge; t&e drones or male*, -whose ealy function is to fertilise the qaeta, and the workers, which •as females undeveloped sexually. 0»ly one qnees fa permitted to live la the fcoloay at the same time,, •tore Msg a mertal antipathy be t«sat tte queens, Tbe queen iscon Ubc£U? guarded by a number of ■werhenj ead her wests are carefully supplied. Ii two queens are la thj aame eotbny they enter combat, bo tag urged by the workers, and flgbt one stings the other to death. Wfcen a young quien Is ready to .leave the cell in which die has been reared, she is not permi...

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Fashion Notes. Pattern for Simple, Yet Becoming, One-Piece Frock. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 3 April 1914

FallUte KoIk. Jour»»l- No. "««. ftom " laArn Outfit." Kb. m. em «IS t»tt«m M. 4Mb. (Mt XTM, U d* Pattern for Simple, Yet Bocoming, Oae-Pieee Frock. ? siapfe bat enart little frock for honm ««r itmt wear. This style adapt* itself to :ftoj of lb new mmoq*« muderatoly light*. 'Wetgkt m* fecials, inch at cbaljs, dil«in«, or *atia doth. It look* well, also, in black* .^ad-whlte ebeek, with black finishings. . An ^Soellent paper pattern is obtainable. Tbedsaiga shew* represents No. 173 of '".EreryUdy's Journal' Paper Pattsrns, and ;iaoat ialsiiss - stsal), medium. and large, : Tbla pattern I* on* of aa Ontflt of seven -feate-d pattern*-"Lady's Outfit," No. SO -Ctrt by oae of the most experienced drtss. muksrs to Australia. The complete Outfit i 'xMUa at 2s Oil, bat thetlnglo pattern may be .. 'bosght eeparattfy for9d» Leading drapers -e'terjwhere stock 4£?erylady's Journal* | /Single Pattern* And oempbte Outfits, or I -either will be ecnt£tet free if 3d for Single j IPatWrn, or St 6d lor ...

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Valedictory. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 3 April 1914

Valedictory. The Rev, W. Watson X/aidJay and Mrs Laidlay wero entertained at a farewell social in the Mechanics' Hull, Romsey, ou Monday evening last. Between two and three hundred; p-iTishioners aod members of other cborchna were present .during .the eveuvng. A progiarairo of vocal and , instrumeutul music was rendered by several local -ai'tiRtw, who succeeded in winning the applause of all present.. Various uarneB were plnyed during i.be ?*veniiig, and those, who to"k part- in them seemed , to thoioncrly enjoy themselves* After refreshments had been partaken of Mr, Frow ley pro* ueeded to (lie platform nucompaned by.aeveral other vestrymen, the Rev, W. W. Laidlay and Mrs Laidlay, the Rev, Francis and xMr R. Stone, (Methodist). An npolosry was received from the Ltev. R. Green, who wan unable to bo present. The chairman and several other gentlemej] addressed the meeting, and testified to the pood work done by Mr and Mrs Laidlay, and wished them Godspeed, and every happiness in their...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Sporting. GUN CLUB FORMED. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 3 April 1914

Sporting. GON CLUH FORMKD. On Saturday evening a meeting was held at the Lancetield Mechanics' Institute to consider the forming of a Gun Club. Jlr R. A. Colliver was voted to the chair. Mr J. Bristow was .called upon, and explained tliat some half-a-doien thought it would ;he .E. .good idea to get a Gun Club :goir.g ,hers. There' were any amount .of sparrows ;e.nd starlings to shoot. They would always be pleased to see .visitors from Jiyneton, or Ronisey, or Darraweit, and should have no .difficulty in forming a good club. It :belng decided that a club be formed, Mr Colliver was elected pres ident, or the motion of Messrs J. T. Hannigan and D. Alacpherson. Messrs Power and C. F,. E. Davis were elected vice-presidents. Messrs P. Minogue and Bristow were appointed joint lion, secretaries. All present form the committee, with power to add to their number. On Mr Han-' nigan's motion it .was decided the Victorian Gun Club be joined, and the Association's ruli'S adhered to. Membership wa...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Auctions. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 3 April 1914

Auctions. Messrs Adamson Strettle and Co., advertise full particulars of the clearing sale to be held on Thursday next, April 9, at the farm near Lancefield, on account of Mr Wm. Fagan. i On Wednesday, April 15. Adamson Strettle and Co. will sell at " Lyndhurst" High st. Lancefield, furniture and effects on account of Mrs Davis. The same firm hold a clearing sale at Newham on Thursday, April 16, on account of Mrs Bretherton. Particulars may be bad on application to the auct ioneers or to Mr James Rees, agent, Woodcnd. The monthly Lancefield market of Adamson, Strettle and Co. will I be held next Monday, when 350 cattle, several lines of sheep, and a large number of pigs, and several horses will be offered. Pearson, Rowe, Smith and Co., with Qsborn and Hudson, hold a special stock sale at Kilmore on Thursday, next, April 9, when 8000 sheep and 200 cattle will be yarded. Wm. Skelly and Co and Hamil ton hold a special sale of sheep, and cattle at Pyalong on Thurs day., April 30. Mr W. ...

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Kilmore Races. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 3 April 1914

Kilmore Races. ^ .,-r, -O fThe.Kilmore Turf Club's Autumn iHieetipg was held , on Monday, and <>vas successful as regards attendance 'SThe special train from .the city, and rtlie country trains, brought big con tingents .It was not U very .happy iday.for the betting .public, several in cidents marring the racing. In She Trial -Lord Dale bolted, and .ran round ith . course .three times, and then jfmished second. My King was favor ite at evens, aild won by half a length. In the .Hack Race Sir iFyfe (whose name .was omitted from the card) who .won at Pyalong, was made .favorite.'but VL\ui second to Solo Whist, who .ran ..second at Lancefield. In the District Hack Race, Youraway, The Loan, and jFishor Girl broke away and ran the. .distance. The favorite (Anchorage) .stayed at the post, but ran second to (Clamour when the race was re-run iResults. Trial Handicap, five furlongs-P. J. Prendergast's My King (Skopot, iimp.-Lady Daisy), 7.4 (G. Grace) ', , iP. Cahill's Lord Dale...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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LANCEFIELD RAILWAY. MELBOURNE TO LANCEFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 3 April 1914

J LANCEFIELD RAILWAY. I MELBOURNE TO LANCBPIBLD. Afclbourne ... ... ."dep,. 6.40 '.ancpfield Junction arr, 8.14 dep. 8.55 Belinda ... § § MonegitttA ... ... § § North Motjegefcta, ... " § § . Romsey ... ... ... ...10.10 Tianoefifild .. ." arr. 10.25 P.M. Melbourne ... ... dep 5 42 Laucefield Junction arr 7.10'ctejp 7.18 Koraefy... i..4 ^.V, 82 Ijuricefield ... ;*.v" a;.Tl8.l5 On Saturday!*, th?« strain leaves Melbourne at 6.30 and reaches Lance* iold at 93 p.m. Lanckhehd TO Melboormb. . A.M. (jancefiold ... ... ... dep.7A0 llpinRpy ... ' ... ' ...7.55 Laucefield Janet,(on arr8.24, rfep 8.41 Melbourne... ... ' .;.9.45 j S : : . ' PM. tmnccfield ... ... dep. 5.0 Romsey ... . ... 5.25 Lnticttfield «7uucfciba arr. 6.11 Melbourne ... ' ...arr. 7.27 Distance from Laocofield to Melbourne, 15J mil^B Height otLaaecfield abovo tlio sea level, lofil feot. Lancekikld RAILWAY. Forca.-LancoJiold to Melbourne-(ordin .ry fares)-|«t class: Hinglo 7a, return tin; 2nd : Ringic 4& Sd, return 7h...

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Springfield. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 3 April 1914

Springfield. (From Our Correspondent.) A terrfiu tliundfr lorm broko ovor Springfield about 2 o'clock on Friday afternoon, whioh old residents dos. cribo as the severest. eiporionced dar inif I ho lust 40 years. Prior to tlio bursting of the gale, tho eky in the west was noticed to chauge to an ominous4enden -hue which boon be came dull greon color. Sudden vivid iglios of lightning and crashing peals of thunder were very hasty heralds of a torrential downpour of rain and hni which was dr iven at hurricane foroe.l -Tho road between Springfield and Boimey was strewn with Jimbs of trees and in places hail was deposited' ,to tho depth of four.foet. Vast ,quantities of soil wero washed from <4he higher lands and deposited on roads and in gullies. Much 'damage ,w»s done to potato- fields through ! wash-away, and in -some places tho! .plants'were entirely stripped of theii! Heaves, and the stalks so 'bruised by; tlio forao at tbe-llsrgs hail, that they, ?will die off. J11 the ro...

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 — 3 April 1914

THE DISTRICT COURTS <131 i). Tho Police Magistrate (Mr A. Barlow) attends the fallowing courts on the days 8pwified. PETTY SESSIONS. Caatlenwine-Every Friday, at 10 n m crcnpt fourth Friday in mouth. Kyneton-HJv«ry Tuesday, at 10 a.m., except third Tuuwloy in month. Davlesford-livery Wednesday, at 10 a.m. except third Wednesday in the month. .-Matdon-Firat and third Mondays in the month, at II 30 a.m. Trentham-First*and third Thursdays in mnatb, at 10.30 n.m. Wcodend-Second and fourth Mondays in month at# p.m. Chuwton-Fitst Friday in month at 3 p .m, Taradale-First Tuesday in inoath atJr p.m. , ' . - Fryerntown-Second Saturday in month atlOa.ni, Mnlmshary-SecondTaoBday in month at 2,45 p.m. Snnbury-Fourth Friday in month at 2 p.m. filnchwood-Second Tborsdaj in month at 10 a.m. Giaborne-Fourth Thursday in month ar. 10 a.m. . Gknlyou-First Wednesday in mmit [\ 2 30 p.m. Lancclicld-Third Wednesday in ^ -r 11 a.m. RooiDoy-Third Wednesday io m^n* -' u 2.30 p.m. LICENSING COUUT...

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NEWMARKET SHEEP SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 3 April 1914

NEWMARKET SHEEP SALES. Adonis^n, Strut* lc unit Co. ieuoH luit Slteep-21,000 voided, conpris ing 198 trucks ami 2070 by road. A. large, proportion cousisted of good and prituo crossbred h, with a paucity of bust. uierjnoes. Thero was a larjja al toniliiiice of buyers, iooludiuK buyers from both Oippslaod and Nortborn districts, principally uinziiTCj who competed freely /or breeding oivss and fair conditioned wethers. The market opened with » steady demand, wbiob gradually im proved as sales progressed, pi ices htirileuing to from 6ri. to la per head in advance of last week's rates. Prima ornRsbiod wethers from 20s to 92b fid ; extra da. do; from 23s 6d to 26a; good do. do; some lots of whioh wore bullet by graziers, from 17a fid to 19asecond, including light coni& bucks from Ms Gd to 16a 6d ; inferior; from 12i 9d; prime crossbred ewes, from I 7h to 18s 6d ; extra do., do; from 20a to 24s; good do. do ; from 15s to 10s 6(1 ; sccond dn. do ; from J3s to J4h Od; inferior, from...

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LAW RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 3 April 1914

LAW RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS. 1. Subscribers who do not gWo press notic«* tho contrary are considered I as wishing to CONTINUE thoir subscrip- ! tioa. I 1. If subscribers order tho discont inuance of their periodicals, tbo puMinhor may continue to senrl tbero until Arkbaks aro paid. 3. If subscribers refnuo or negleof to take periodicals trom tho office to which they aro directed, thoy are ItKHPo^siw.B until thoy linvo settled their bills, and -ordered the the periodicals to be dU» continued. \ 4. -Xf subscribers remove to othor. places without informing tho publishers; 'and tho papers are sent' to their former direction, tho subscribers are responsible. 5, Tho courts havo decided that "refusing to take periodicals from the ofUce or removing or leaving them un called for is prima facia evideuco of in» tentional FKAUD. 6. If subscribers pay. in advance for a periodical, .they aro bound to give NOTICE to tho publisher, at the enu of Uio time, that they do not wish to con tinue taking it...

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Markets. MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. Melbourne, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 3 April 1914

Markets. MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. " Melbourne, Tuesday. The Gippsland nnd Northern Co>oporativ£ Selliug Co. Ltd. report as follows NVboat-F,a.q t 3b Did to 3s lOd ; mediani according to sample, 0.its-Milling, 1» lld'j feed, Is 9*ii to 1b lOd; medium, Is 71*1 t«> 1» 8d. ilurloy-OhoicH bugjish scarce at 3* (Gd 5 good, .Ha *2ti lo 3s 4d $ I'ape, Is Xld to 2s 4d. .Mujzn- Holders asking 4a tut 3s lid jis tJiD best offer, rotftioea-Thcro was a good cuquirv to duy Htnl l'rimo ('Hrmnnn realised jB4 lSx to .*5; Hrownelid £4 los; medium and iu <«rup lower. Olintr- lVime o»t.en, £3 2a *»J ; good £3 * lower «rr» los very difficult to clear at down to £,(, ija Oil.. Utiioys liuui'in stoutly lit £6 for prime*.

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POSTAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 3 April 1914

POSTAU INFORMATION. Mails nre despatched from the Poe* Ofiico, Laiiceiiuld, as -Daily ItnmBoy nnd Mulhotirno {Sundays exjeptud) -mail cliisrs at 7 ti.tn. am) at 4.30 p.tn. For Hmu Klat, on Tuesdays and Fridaya, elopes at U.flO. Unchford, Nuwlmm, and Woodend, .daily, jlonca at 2.15 p.m. Kilmnro on Monday Wednesday ami Friday, ami for Springfieiu in same days, clows 2JJ0 p.m Tbu Latiuadold Post Office is closed daily at 6 p.m. On Saturday nightu the office opens for delivery of lattora at 9.HO p.m. j on other fights at 8.30.

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