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

The Weather. On Tuesday & shower oat acrofis Lancefield from tho north-east, aod 49 poiatn fell. -On Friday afternoon t he western el:y y?as very angry looking, and P. really terrific atorm broke in some parts of the State. At i Lancpfield very heavy rain fell, accom panied by a litt'e hail which broke u few windows The atorm wfcrnck fho .district beyond Wewham very severely. Bo Jontf ufter as Mnnduy, huilatoneH .which fell on Mir. B. Berton'tt prop erty at tho end of tho .Jim .Jim were exhibited in <Liiiioefiold, and though th**y must have melted considerably, in the time, they out-did exuggera tion. After $ha rfhree duyn com paratively wnrm weather they could hardly be got ar» cup. Mri A.. McEeucie had a liorue killed hy | the hail. I

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

SH1BE 1NF0BMATI0N. I.nnccficld Hhirn.-Area, 38 uq. mile Population of aUirc, 1202* Number o Jwellitigs, 262. ifamuey elilrc,r-Area, 85 nq. miles. Popu» tution of eliirc 1900. Number of dwellings. 420. b Sprinpficld phiro.-r'Arca, 111 sq mil Population of shire, 706, Number O' dwellings, 114. Pynlong shire- Area. 220 sq. miles* Population of shire, 1200. Number dwellings, 380. . Nowlj»m«\Voodend fihirc.--Area,, 100 qv miles. Popnlaton,. ,2400, . Number ofC dwellings; 4 2.

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

LOCAL INFORMATION. CriinceftaM Mure Council,-^Meetings hold on lane Friday in orery month. Cmm ciJfor*: Meatrfl .f. IVaddell, M. Foy, A. Johuston, W, M'Intofih, J. M'Elhin* nay,«T. H«rley, K. F, Hlackett, R. Hrnnphill, and K. Graham Aotin# Kftcretary« Mr . P.J, McMahon. Health .>fBoor, Dr CionU Dairy inspector, Mr McKuncie. Pound keeper, Mr J. WaterJand. Innpeotor of QAiaanccs. Mr J. M'Convlle. iLancofiald WaterworKa Trust.-Com ' nstatioiiera meet hat Fri.layln every month, i Acting Secretary Mr P.J. MoMahon.' Lancnfield Horticultural Society. fho cowmctteo hald their meotinga.op the [ Monday on or before tho full tnooa,'.. *6pe., : ,Mr J. Wat*cl*mi. . LanceGdd Slechanica' Institute.--The ctfmmittoe moefc accond .'Friday 'in:*oacft ; month? Hon. secretary* Mr Derrick; . JU&wtaj-HrJobn Waterlam!. ^lianseneld Rifle Club,-Captain, Mr M. Toy; aeoretary, Mr M'Elhinncy, Lancefteld Brass flanrt.-Practice held weekly. Sandmaetflr, Mr A. O'Callaghan secroury, Mr A. Wiiliama. Court...

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

London 8c Lancashire Fir<e Insurance Co. "All Wei" of PKE30NAL ACCIDENT SICSKNESS POLICIES Is wad. Do jJ©t <ld]»y completing with the f?e*!tUy<toriJorafion ft Workman** Insurrfnr*. /Patiojr* Fire Insurance. Writ# Iorj)»riiBDl»r«, etc. Insurance Against Accitkmt, . . , jBaraonal Aebidont btulneu Am-under jiotw. .ronmkliUe changni. during Hie tun''<*" ?V"1*' .Premiums biivo born jMinoed, bertnliu ir.crtmnd, and new dclmmim, anola.Urg InnnMnee .gainst will inilii.atu a grpat jsdvonco <m anything contumplnted ia ,;b« ycor» of thobuamsM. £ccu! agaot-H. Golding, ?" Marcnr; ** OTJ'E ISHOflN CiRECTOfir ({RnblWied Annually} ; £t,sbl(w twin.-* 'tbronchont ,tho WcrlS ito .comronnicato ilircot .with-Englinh MANL'FACT;UItERfi AM) BEAILER8 ! mi ewb clitu at gofxls. iHesMosboinga com-1 .jlets i ovnmcroiiil-guido .to .London amUti, jubmbe, the ilirectary.ooutainailiat* of kscpokt merchants j ,«itlrtbeJOiio<U they nhip, Find -tho Cola...

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

CLOSE SEASON FOR GAME. The.,.Whole. Year.-L/inching jaokasH, emo, fcaognroo (grey And red},-lyro-bir(Ifl, ; native bcnr®, . owla, awallowa, xnopobea, platypus, ctc. Fnun 14th day oif June to the 20th day of December in each year.-Blaok swan, wild geeeo » all kinds. From 1st dtty of Anunat in each yp&r to tho Inst day of February fottowiug.-^Quail, bronze-wiogp«J or other wild pigeons. FISH- . From 1st day of September to the 15th^ day of Deeoiuber in each y«ar.-Bluck Hell . . From 1st day of M»»y to the 3Iatday of AucuBt in foeh year.-English trout Froai let July to 15th October in each y«ar.-'Murray cod, percli, «iid breath.

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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[?] AND REGULATION [?] the term "The Common[?] in connection with these [?] regulation it includes Papua, [?]island, and Norfolk Island, [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 3 April 1914

I AND REGULATION .' \ l 1 fcijc term "Too Common ' ' i'- i^etl in connection with those .gulur.ion* it iifoJudes Papua, ''.r-; .iowo Island, and Norfolk Island.. LKITISH8J Jtor every | oonce or fraction thereof. or dotiverj within the Common wealth ; 0 1 r delivery In ?he British Em pire .. .. .. 0 1 delivery in the New Hebrides, .Junks, and Torres Island* >«.0. 2 delivery in other place* .. .. 0. Vi LfcTfER CARDS. t- delivery within the Commonwealth: Single, Id. each ; rtpiy, Id. ooch half, or delivery in liho British Empire (so* list of places under "Lettcrr')--Sin* gie. Id. oacb. /or Delivery in Ne*c Hebrides; Banks, ju*i Torres Island*-Sinxle. 2d. each. For. delivery in other places- Simula, 2±d. each. 1 POST CARDS. Single Postcard* iroproasod with tht Id. stamp, and Reply or double cards, each halt of which hM the Id. stamp imp reeled thereon, may be transmitter -to places within the Commonwealth, ami to those places, enumerated un<lei ".Letters," to whiftb letter...

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

An Eternal Question. There is much talk at present by eminent scientists as to whnt /arm tho spirit takes after death. Through all the ages men havo Bought tho duo to this great mystery, mid, In all probability, tho thoorles which uro being oxpoumlod to-dny were expounded thousnnds of years tigo by tho wiso Eastern .tnon. j H is certain, howovcr, that thero uro moments in tho courso of tho nverngo person's life wliou tUo spirit of dentil hovers perilously nenr. H is just after birth that tho an* pels of life and death fight tholr fieu-est battlo, and tho next most dangerous ago Is that of soventy one. Tho ago of thrco comes next in im portance in this respect. Almost ono-fourth of all babies bovn dlo during the third year. - From threo to forty-ftvo is a com paratively safo period, but tho lat ter ago is mlmittodly a trying and dangerous one. Hen'ch forty-fivo safely, and you may reasonably hopo^ to reach scventy-ono, tiio period secoud in danger to tho first few hours after birth.<...

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A DYSFEPTICS LIFE SAVED SEVERE PAIN AND SICKNESS FOR MANY YEARS CURED BY A SIMPLE ANTACID.. NEIGHBOURS SAID HE WAS A DYING MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 3 April 1914

A DTSFliPl'lO'S LIKHS SAVED SEVERE VAIN AND SICKNESS FOR MANVT YEARS CURED UR A SIMPLE ANTACID.. NEIGHBOURS SAID' HE WAS A DYING MAX. .Cbrnnio indigestion ' mid siekae>»s -after food and severe p«itin were all quietly cured by a very simple remedy in the cane of Mr It. Siivi^an ] 1, Gloucester Street, Bamardtown, Newport, Mon. In a letter inferring to her husband's illness, Mrs Savigan' writes;: -u Ho did not know what i« was to eat ft meal without .it coming back/' which appears to have been, bis condition for a considerable time, until bis wife, white reading a (adits' paper, saw ordinary bisurated magnesia recommended for indiges tion, and obtained u small ,quantity HO that ber husband might try it. A few "doaoa gave Mr Savigaii'a groat relief, and before he had finished the first supply the trouble was practically cured. To use Airs Savigau'a own words: ''Hoean-eut his food und ifl looking splendid, uud oan do his1 work;; in, fact* all the people about.' here look ut htm, for...

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

On Ships' Bows. A puzzling signal that has aroused the curiosity of many pcoplo is to be found on the bows of vessels. Near (ho water-line you will nolico a number of Roman figures ono on top of tho other. These start from thfl keel, a foot apart, and aro ntim bered consecutively. The usorulncss "6f this precaution can bo seen nt oncc, ns'tho ship's master has only to glnnco nfc the figuro , on a level with the. water and ho knows at onco tho depth of tho ship below water-lino.

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

Cricket. ASSOCIATION MATCH 1(6, The final match was continued on Sat* nrdii)% lliddell going to I he wiokofs. Guthridge and Lleihor wore tlio bowl ers. With the score at. 4 Guthridge caught and bowled Gilchrist. When thescoro reached 22 A.ni?H8 was bowled by Gnthridgp. Lcarmonth joined Hun' and took the score to 43, when Derrick smartly stumped Learmoutb off Oarside - 9 for 43, Noonan fol lowed hat was run out with the sDoio uimltoicd. C. Huf followed, and it was nooii evident that ho and Hunt were to force tho score, They took the score to 135, when Murphy caught Huf oif Guthridgo-5 for 135. lliridull thon declared - Huf not. out (53)- Tho Gelding of the LuncaBeld team WHS very loose, Keibnr, Bris tow and Loafs were very much below form. Derrick kept wicketn splen didly, not a by© recorded Ruttwr and Guthridge started for Luncefield. At 9 Roibor spooned ono info Huf's hands and was caught, with tho sonro unaltered. Guthridge ww given out l.b.w. (a doubtful decision)* Perry followed...

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

Channel Tunnel Cost. -. l '.'JVnlng CO"'1' '*0 running Lhrnugh the Chnuncl Tunnel bv about Christ mas, 1920/''said &amp;lt; Mr.,^ Arthur Fell in a lecture at tho ltoyal bocioty of Arts. -Engineers now consider Unit the tunnels, could be completed at a cost- estimated nt iilb,000,000 i to bo . raised over about sixr or cjf^ht yours, one-half.;'to bo-found by hnglaml, one-half, by I'Yance/ - -Tho X8;000,000 to bo raised liy Unglnml would probably lie HI. £'1,000,000 .of debentures and. £1,000,000 or shares. If tho snnio- fnrcB : which.:aro .now. i ohurged bv tho steamers were char? i god- by.; tho tunnel company/-, .lio added, "the shares should pay. very, largo dnidends." >

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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A Spring for Bird-cages. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 3 April 1914

A Spring for Bird-cages. I : Illustrated, herewith is a cngo i-upritig f&amp;lt; r; Imuhcnges . wluoh ninny I Ihoughl/ul owners of hinls now fix | oir Iho cord HiiBpemhng llic cugo. Iltls.a coil spring. mid connects the top. of llic coge with the cord. This is > a most commendable- prac tice^ nnd undoubtedly makes the life .of .-the-bird brighter. JSvery* timo the little creature hups about on its l»crch the cngc swings Hlightly . up and down, and resembles the move ment of Its nnturftt houao-the tree.

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Prayer that Didn't Pay. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 3 April 1914

Prayer that Didn't Pay. . Sir Waller bcott WISH.silling in .his library one day when. >ti loll .Mur derer, who hftd been creeling an inn near by, entered ami tjnid ; "Slay it please yourvbir Waller, I nm (foing to culliny ,place .J ho 1 !. lodden Inn.' and ve'.vo wntleu a poem oil blodden f icls it slriick me and the guide wiCirlJmt yon might tflc uk 11 Jino for ii, mollo." "Have vou' read Iho: poem V. Sir. Vailci asked "Nac, sin J'1" Mino a? leader." ."Well,' I should "advise you to read thc poemi aiidrlak^ *af 1jf»o from it." "And \\)mL'H 11 bo /" v.: bir.?Wiiller, ;'-\vithout:o a- smile, ro« l)!IcU//'.lJnnk,^\vcary traveller, drink «ind pray/' Ihit/-' . wied . llonifaco, . aghast, Vjny inn'«^ not a kirk ; and (he moro proyiti'. -there i« Uio.lesss drmkin* there 11 bo, ami T dinna want Unit." "Oh," laughed the poet. " J think 1 vnn.ullor the lme.« Urlnk, weary traveller, drink and pnv. '' f "Jho vorr/i thing Hliouled iho oilier lu delight. | - i ? ;V: ». ~i IJeuleimnt : r'Whhl ...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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Electric Lighting. THE EXPERT'S REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 3 April 1914

Electric Lighting. THE EXPERT'S REPORT. I'or aometirae tho id««. of lighting the town by electricity has been dis ouased, and at a public meeting a ronol otion was carried asking tho council to obtain a report from Mr V. J. Crowley, electrical engineer, of Melbourne, as to its practicability. Mr Crowley's report was received at Friday's mooting of the connoil. It stated the plant would consist of a direct onrrent generator driven by the present etoam engino in the Batter Factory's works, for which a root of £100 per year wonld be paid. A switchboard and storages battery would be erected on the same pre mises. The electricity would bo transmitted through overhead linen on wooden poles. Cara wonld ba taken that they would not be un sightly. There would be 25 street lamps, of the 50 Watt size, except in High street, where tbey would be ZOO and 250. This amount of lighting would provide a splendid effect, aid improve the towu. The council in obtaining the Order in Council shoald include...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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The Escalator, or Moving Stairway. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 3 April 1914

The Escalator, or Moving Stairway. Our illustration, taken from "Ca3* sier's Magazine," shows in a sim plified manner tho construction of the moving stairways which nro tnking tliu place of lifts In Inrgo stores, drapery establishment#, etc. its great advantage over n, lift lies iit tho fact that it is always in motion; no time, is lost in taking, on and discharging passengors aa in a lift. Tito speed of moving is not grout, of course, but Just tho . speed nt which tho passenger may with facility slop upon or from it in absolute safety. Tho first essen tial of design is to inspire confi dence on tho part of tho passon Ret*, and this was one great reason thnt determined tho inventors to make it in the form of a stair case- an architectural feature fami liar. to nil from infancy. The esca lator may ho described as a con tinuous series of rigid .steps, unit ed by. an endless sprocket chain. Through tho arrangement of tho tracks,'any desired relation of the steps is secured ; oil the la...

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

Farewell Social. On Monday evening a farewel , '.social was tendered to Mr Geo. ' .Harley and family, who have ?;since left Newham for the Mallee Mr A. Anderson presided .over .a most enjoyable evening. Mr i ^Harley has been a conciilor.of the '\ishire of Newham and Woodend for the past twenty years. On 'behalf .of the gathering 'Cr J. Kenny (president of the shire) .presented Mr and Mrs Harley Avlth a beautiful silver tea and ?coffee service, on a handsome -salver. iCrs W. McElhinney and ,'E. Don, the Rev. Seissler, Mr J.; ? O'Meara, and others also spoke an laudatary terms of MrHarley's igood qualities, his services to the (district, and the high esteem in ?which he was held. That he was' -.re-elected unopposed so many .times showed he had given sat isfaction as a councillor. During the evening songs were given by Miss Jones and Mr J. Hayes, a .?duet by .the Misses Adams, and ?a -recitation by Miss Wright. Music was provided by Miss O' Connor, Miss M..Kenny, and Mr A. J. O'Caliagh...

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

Cheese v. New Milk. ---» People sometimes wonder (says tho London '"Dairy") whether cheese making or new-milk selling'' pays best. At the.preseut timo it is a question. that comes to tho front because, evervone. knows thut new milk has gono up in price for the time , being, wlnlo so hus cheese. The basis of comparative eompeti tlon is easy to get.at; liow'ever. One' pound of curd is produced from one gallon of milk,- Uic cheese itself being probably something like 8 per cent, less than tho original curd. K milk, therefore, is reckoned at 8d. per gallon, then checse is ulso re quired to be- sold nt 8(1. por lb.: ?or, say, 74s. . per cwt., - while other prices would be in proportion;* Lho great drawback in ; the process . of cheese-making is the extra labour required. Financially . it is usual to reckon that the' whey ns a by product would cover tho .cost of labour. whether fod . to pigs . or calves. -All the same, paying for the labour docs not exactly. cover the cost, because cheese...

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

Presbyterian Church. The annual meeting of the con gregation of Lancefield Presby terian Church was fceld on Tues day evening last, the Rev, R. A. Green, B.A., being in the chair. The treasurer, Mr Jas. Andrew, presented the report and balance sheet, which was adopted as very satisfactory., and the treasurer .thanked. The balance sheet showed a good income on the general account, with a .credit of £16, being a substantial advance upon the previous year. A new organ had been installed within the year at a cost of .£34, towards which £12 10s had so far been raised. Altogether the affairs of the congregation were considered' encouraging. The meeting. Te solved with acclamation that the congregation record its warm ap preciation of the continued good work of the minister and his wife, who were both highly esteemed throughout the whole of the con gregations of the charge. Sev eral spoke ir. support of the reso lution- Mr G. L. McLean was appointed auditor to the Board of Management. Afte...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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A Wrinkle for Cow Bails. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 3 April 1914

A Wrinkle for Cow Bails. Dairymen have often . felt , tho ! need of an improvement- in tho floor ing..1 of their cow bails, and tho .following"-method is ono- which com-, mends itself as^ a practicable and clean contrivnnco. It'has tho . ud vantago of doing away ??r with the splash of urino during iiillking'^wlitch l i« always present .&amp;lt; when tho floor ia made of cement . or any other com pact. surface.-:. 'Pako . from 15. to 20 i pieces of !S x 1 hardwood and nail I them- flrinly-about nn'inch npart on to two pieces. of : 4. x .! bard I wood. , 'lhe 4 x 3 pieces must bo nljout four or five feet long, and j the whole will form nn oblong j Hoor. lj»y: this long. ways in tho ? bini with linlf a sheet cf galvanised L iron .. beneath it to drain of! tho ! uHiiOi :'i'lio iron will also l>o found uftBful: for-tho removal of ninnuro. Ulion it has been fixed in position, I tho rest of the floor can be cement i ed up Jovel to mako it neat, and the whole will form a comfortable ...

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

Lancefield Shire Council. At the Lancefield Shire Coun cil's meeting on Friday there were present Crs Harley (president), Foy, Johnston, Mcintosh, McEl hinney. Hemphill, Graham and Blacken. The Beechworth council wrote asking for co-operation in a deputation to ask for Govern ment action in eradicating St. John's wor>.-Received. The Rating Reform League wrote, pointing out that councils had now the* option of rating on ! unimproved land values. The Treasury notified that £138 was available from licence fees. The Railway Department wrote that a definite reply re the stock trucking yards would be sent as early as possible. The Newham and Woodend council wrote approving of T. Madigan's tender for crossings over Monument Creek. The j?uWic Health Department wrote asking the council to see that regulations re cleanliness of drinking vessels were enforced, and asking if supervision were exercised over the fish supply. The finance report showed: Receipts, £30 4s gd ; balance due bank, £3...

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