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Why You Hide Your Head in Bed. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 10 April 1914

Why You Hide Your Head in Bed. 1 (LTY WRA. TJ&B HOWARD, M.D.) Children and ofton adults will, upon getting into bed, duck their heads under tha coverings and ro main quiet for some time. This is not i\ form of play nor a sign of foor. H is instinctive in -mM trail left ua from tho time our auoosiv,.-. uved in their tree beds. The onrang'-onum* 'Bor neo and tho gorilla of Africa to day do the same thing wheu they curl up to sleep. They have a pile upon which they place their heads, regardless of tho other ports of thoir bodies. Sometimes they roach up and pull down tho thick-leaved brunchos. tt is not done for warmth, I hut . prolniMy with tho oslrich-liktf I ideu .that the head once covered so they cannot aee they believe thoir I enemies are also kept from seeing [ tho sleeping /onus. Birds. also, : sleep with their heads hidden on-1 ! tirely out of sight under their fea* ; thers. i Whatever is the reason, tho point is ! that w'o still retain in our early i mental life this ...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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A Story of the Boer War. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 10 April 1914

A Story of the Boer War. Brigadier-General .1. IC. Gougb, in n lecture nt the London University, on -"Counter Attacks/' emphasised the value of suddenness and fierce ness in u counter-attack, and the danger of pushing It too fur. He quoted, ns a good example in Bri tish history of a successful counter attack, a charge at. Wagon Hill in Win Boer War. For about ten hours the opposing sides .worn entrenched within a distance of from fifteen to fifty yards of,each other, and fierce | firing took piece. No successful I charge could be made, for only « I ku. 11 party could hear the officer I give the order, and in every cuso 1h<\v wore shot down us soon oa thry got tr> their f<*> t. Tt. was facing certain death. Put 230 men or the Devon Regiment i-ame up un observed by the enemy, and were deploy qt! quietly. Kverything was explained to *hem, and when the or der was given they suddenly topped the rise, raced across the f*w *core yards, and the Boers vanished. An...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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THE IRREPRESSIBLE BOOK AGENT. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 10 April 1914

THE IRREPRESSIBLE BOOK AGJ2.Nl'. Lady of the Howe (fcArc&Aticaily) ; " No, six, I don't need no eoap." Agent (politely) : " "Element* o{ Granmiox,' ttfc'atn ? Only sixpence."

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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REGISTRATION OF GRADE COWS. AN ASSOCIATION WANTED. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 10 April 1914

-'REGISTRATION OF. GRADE COW8J AN ASSOCIATION WANTICI); . There is an'opportunity (remarks. "Hoard's Dniryman") to -establish; { registries for grade stock of the . dif ferent- breeds -where .records .are re quired before mumnls; are: admitted to registration. For instanco, a grade cow five years or -more that has pro duced .IGOtb. of fat: would l)c eligible s to registration,:. J>ut , hor progony could: .not be registered: until it. had I mado the required amount of fat. If r this sort of a rc8|Htrv ; wore estnh j.lished, it would mean the elimination | of all .poor . producing animals ; and would in tunc producc an exceptional dairy brrort,. for - it would only be. a matter- of time when all inferior ani mals. would he eliminated. > An association for the above pur poso wouW be of immense; hcnoHt u> tho dairying., indnstry,. ami would In no. way. bo1 abtAffOnistic to tho good work^tic special breed associations .arc "doing. The producing power of n cow Is,, after all, the...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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THE FARM. MANURING MANGELS. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 10 April 1914

THE FARM. T: - . | * MANURING MANGBLS; ? bJxperimonts were conducted by Mr. John, Porter. B.Sc., at six centres in Herefordshire on the manurin; of mangels; All the dressings used gave a profit wben the increase in the crop was valued at 12/ per ton. The ef fects of tbo manures were striking'in many instances, and In certain cases more than double?? the bulk of the cro|K It was found amongst other things thut nitrate of soda used as a top-dressing at rate of Ir.wt. per acre immediately after singling time has given an avorlage increase of 4. tons n?.c\vt. per acre. Still, a second top-dressing of lewt. nitrate of soda about three weeks after singling; time further increased the average yield by 22Jcwt. per acre. Nitrate of lime used as a top-dres sing. at the rat© of lewt. per acre has given an average increase of 31Jcwt. per. acre of mangels.' Superphosphate (4cwt. per acre) in a complete mixture has given bettor results than Bcwt. per aero-of basic slag, so far as tho weight of th...

Publication Title: Lancefield Mercury And West Bourke Agricultural Record
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HOW TO MAKE A FLY-TRAP. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 10 April 1914

HOW TO MAKE A KIJY-TH AL' Au lUKomoUH ilturyruaa has con structed a homo-niado-fly-trup which ho lia-s. found eflectjVG^in riddsnp liIk place of business^ of the peats. Tim tr?ip 16: mado froni'.a, box i»ft. Ionic, 1ft. hipjli, and'lft. wide, bot h the sides and the top bein^'sawn out aud covered:, with who hunting. Tho box 'is then-raised about n^oot from thn floor, and; the.' ncck of largo funnel iH run- up through the bottom' of .box arid adjusted tight, :so that thn mouth, of the funnel is,about an inch from the Hour. A saucer1. of>-uiolnR£«v< or somothmc swcot to draw thn ftuva is sot under tho mouth of-, thn. funnl; leaving room for the flicR^to so tin the funnel' and - into the vbojt. A» soon as the box is tilled tho Hies.am drownml, and the process repeated. i r* . I . "Now. this," sawl' tho. barhPC,/.hold inj; up,«.ipJnk bottle, "is a splendid, thing* for baldness." t ^ 4 - ". Thank you,"' . ropliod-his ^victim, coldly. 'T have nil. the baldness ] i-.u-; quire...

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THE POULTRY FARM. CLEAN EGGS. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 10 April 1914

THE POULTRY FARM. T ! CLEAN EGGS. "* . Ju Order to have clean cggf*--11' nercsrarj to have clean* nests. Nesti should ho - lined with clean st.rnw. Wi have tried various kinds of nests, in eluding several patent- »nnitary nestr and hav^vC"'rtf onc *R sc^ cleaning. After years of experiment ing along this line we have at laKi come* to what I call a solution of tin problem. . Wc are now using wire screen bottom nests entirely, anc they aro giving perfect satisfaction. Not oniy are they self-cleaning hut they aro also better in the resnect that eggs do not get nearly HO easi ly broken in them. We use one-fourth-inch galvanisfi.1 wiro screening, and tacV it on to t.h> bottom of the nests where the board' ordinarily go. These wire-bottom nests also make it much easier to keep the nests free from lice or mites To our way' of thinking it Is by fat the very, best nrst for laying hm«; For sitting hens wo.do not recom mend it bccause the eggs in it evapVi rateytoo much. ' ? ' Gather the eg...

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A DYS[?]TIC'S 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 — 10 April 1914

A DTSFKPTIC'S LIFE SATED. SEVERE PAIN AND SICKNESS FOR tf ANY TJJARS CORED BX A SIMPLE ANTACXD. NEIGHBOURS SAID HB WAS A DYING MAN. Ohroaio indigeation and sickness after food and severe pains were all quiokly cared by a very siople remedy in the esse of Mr R. Savigan ' ]1, Gloucester Street, Barnard town, Newport.. Mon. In a letter referring to ber husband's illners, Mrs Savigan writes:-" He did not kuow what it was to eat a meal withont .it coming back," which appears to have been hie condition for a considerable time, nntil his .wife, while reading a ladies' paper, saw ordinary bisurated magnesia recommended for indiges tion, and obtained a small quantity so that ber husband might try it. A few doses gave Mr Savigan's great relief, and before he ;had finished the first supply the trouble was practically. cured. To use Mrs Savigaii's own words: "He can eat his food and is. looking splendid, and oan do bis work.; in fact, all the people about here look at him, for they all .said he...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 10 April 1914

Mr. P. i- MILES, a well-known interstate Traveller, REPRESENTING ONE OF THE LARGEST COMMERCIAL FIRMS IN AUSTRALASIA, WRITES A REMARKABLE LETTER TO CLEMENTS TONIC Lm. IN WHICH HE DRAWS THE PUBLIC ATTENT10N:T0 HIS WONDERFUL RECOVERY TO HEALTH .AFTER"ALL MEW» , C1NES FAILED HIM. MR. MILES EMPHATICALLY DECLARES HE "CONSIDERS . THIS TONIC THE GREATEST IN THE WORLD. BECAUSE , ' HE KNOWS WHAT IT DIDiFOR HIM AND FOR HIS SYDNEY FRIEND WHO ADVISED HIM TO TAKE IT. AND WHOM ?!T CURED OF RHEUMATISM AFTER iHE HAD BEEN.CON S Dn;RED INCURABLE. READ THISlLETTER-IT IS GOOD >. JTviTADlNG FOR THOSE WHO DESIRE TO REGAIN HEALTH. 'Commercial Travellers* Club. Moore St., Sydney, 3/4/1?, C^EP^^MTis TONIC LTD., " For year. I suffered from CHRONIC INDIGESTION and DEBILITY, And, as my profession is one involving very strenuous duties to «he interests of one .-f the largest international firms represented -in Australia, at times 1 found it very difficult, on account of ill-health, to perform -those dutiej,.....

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(All Rights Reserved.) THE Secret Island. A Story of a Strange and Exciting Adventure. PART 7. OHAPTER XVII. THE BATTLE OF THE TITANS. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 10 April 1914

(All Rights Reeorved.) -THE SecretIsland Story of a Strange Exciting Adventure. I3jr W. Murray Qrnydon, Author of ?Mattbow Quin," "Tho Ourao of the . OnrdowB," etc., otc. PART 7. OHAP.TBR XVII. THE IJATTt® OF THH TITANB, The excltemont on tho cruiser was now intense. Men clamoured and mrecd, nnd Captain Qoro, looking l;l'« bridge through his glasses, uttered a frightful oath. Then, all at once, the tumult faded and thore wns n lirief moment of awed alienee. For mystery hud been rcvoulcil. The hanks of mist, rolling wider "pnrt, disclosed a great. white steam*. a qiinitor of a niile beyond the ,yaebt, nnd lint a short. distance astorn of her. The strange' ship bristled with a wealth of nrmnmcnt, nnd men wero crowded oh her dock. - And hy more than ono sign aho was promptly re cognised as an American man-of-war. Tlio discovery, of course, was mu tual. Tho yacht bore on rapidly, and left an open stretch of sea, half a mile wide, between the two big crui sers. They wero now abreast of e...

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Court Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 10 April 1914

Court Fixtures, The following are the Police Magis trate's days of attendance at tbe courts of thin part of the Castlenmine District: Lancefiold-Wednefldaya, 11 a.m. January 21, February 18, Maroh 18 April 16, May 20, Jane 17. Romsey- Wednesday*, 2.30 p,m. on same dates an Lancefield, Woodend-Mondays, 3 pm. Jan nary 12 and 25 ; February 0 and 23; Maroh 9 and 23 April ; 27 , May 11 and 25, and June 22. Kynefon-Tuesdays, 10 a.m. Jan nary 6, 13, and 27 ; February 3, 10, and 24, March 3, 10, 24, and 31 ; April 7 and 28; May 5, 12, and 126 ; and Jane 2, 9, 23, and 30. Licensing Courts will be held ns followflLanct'field district (held at Bom^ey)-Jamsiry 21, February IS, March 18, &(>ri) >5, May %0, and June 17. Kyueton-January 6 February 3,1 Mnrcii 3, April 7, M«y 5. and June 2. '

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CHAPTER XIX. THE MATE OF THE BOADICEA. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 10 April 1914

,CHAPTER XIX. THE, MATE OK THI3 BOAMIGLCA. . :'sH was a big drop from the bul wark of tho King of 'Troy, and Dick went fur under when be struck. Thorc was a buzzing in earfi, and a| flaHh of !»»*«' light before his eyes, fliit he was a good swimmer, and he held his breath while he made ener getic use of hands and feefc. He came quickly to the surface, liiled hiB lungs, and looked eagerly round. Tho sea was still boiling ami heaving from tho effects of the explosion, and he was down in a trough of the waves. The next instant be was flung up on a curl of foam, ami he saw ! Lucille Montejo'a head and trailing . Murk hair within a few feet ofi him. | By fast and hard BtroJtos Dick cleav- , ed a way through the billowB. Ho reached the girl and slipped ono arm round her. She struggled in his grasp and tried to turn and clutch him with hor bauds. This Increased the danger of the situation tenfold, and Dick nearly lost hope. | "Keep cool I Don't take hold of mo " ho crlcd. "If you struggle ...

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CHAPTER XVIII. THE RETREAT FROM THE YACHT. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 10 April 1914

CHAPTER XVIII; TH15 RETREAT FROM YAOH' Tlio devastating --effect'....-of tho pir ate's two shota; was. correctly gauged by Captain^ Qoro .oii ythe Instant bliat ho saw thein strike,, and knowing that .the man-of-war's- progress -was checked, he acted . with: his nsual promptness aud. decision. Hastening to the bridge, he rang his bell hard, and shouted a couple of orders. Tbc steam .was sliut ;o!T, and thu ridges of foam. foil away from the how, the King of Troj lay gracefully aud at ease, on the swell. 13y this time" the man-of-war was laying-to, Vhnil it was apparent to i all that she was out of action and hadly crippled. The tumult that then burst from end to end of the cruiser's deck was droadful. Frantic with savage exultation, the horde of pirate rufllans screeched nnd clam oured until they were hoarse. Prom the bridge, with a fiendish smile on his face, Captain Gore loo'ied down upon his motley crew. And to Dick, as ho listened to the din and gazed out over the water, the mom...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 10 April 1914

In Memoriam. O'SHEA - In loving memory of Catherine O'Shea, beloved wife of Michael O'Shea, who died on Easter Monday, 1913. -Inserted by her loving husband and family.

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Charity Ball. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 10 April 1914

Charity Ball. On Thursday evening, 2nd inst., a dance organised by Mesdames Mark Foy and C. F. E. Davis was held in the Lancefield Mechanics' Institute in aid of the Kyneton Hospital There was a very good attendance, everyone being in sympathy with the object. Delightful music was provided by Medsdames Foy and McLean, Miss Wood, and Dr Finnis (piano) and Messrs C. H. Simpson (cornet) and O'Callaghan (violin). The ladies provided plentiful and very dainty refreshment. In this connection Mr and Mrs, Latta are to be thanked for looking after the coffee, and Mr Latta especially for the carting of various necessaries. Miss Paris kind- ly lent tables and crockery. Mrs Mac- pherson, Miss Minogue, Mr Griffin, and Mr Minogue made very accept- able gifts of liquid refreshments. Mr   Waterland had the hall most tastefully decorated. Those in attendance spent a most enjoyable evening, with the knowledge added that they were as- sisting a good cause. The suggestion was freely made t...

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Cricket. FINAL CHALLENGE MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 10 April 1914

Cricket. riNAX. CHAI.LENGE MATCH. Tho* final ohnlleugo match, Iiflftce field v. Riddoll, was commenced on the Romsey ground ou S»iurdny. Derrick, captain of tho Lancefield team, won the toss and decidcd to bat, and sent in Reihor and Perry to faoe .the bowling of Garliok and Dwyer. Perry taking Btrika to Garliok. The ^batsmen soon settled -down to ftood .cricket, especially Rniher. Perry *«i inclined to take risks, bat after firing -a obnnco to Gilchrist off Dwyer, he Btartod to lay on the wood, bat when . he had reached 45 he was bowled by .G. Huf. He hit 7 fours (1-45-74). .Clarke followed, bnt when he had .-scored S he wan bowled by Garliok with a ball that kept very low (2-3-87). <Gntbridge wns the nest batsman), bnt 'lie had only scored a single when he playod over a good one. from Garliok -and was bowled (3-1-89.) Derriok ' -followed and a splendid stand was .-made. Neither.batsmen wna taking any "risks and some splendid -crioket was witnessed. The 'bowling was - - ...

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INTERESTING ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 10 April 1914

INTERESTING ITEIVJS^ I ICanaas City lfl convulsed -wltU laughter over tho experience ol two dotectivos who, attired tn the latest. "f loralnlno, fashions, attomptwl to catch. ' a notorious purs# snatcher. Th0 dotectlvos, Adgar Hilson and Louis Morley, aro both Binnll men, and >' tills gavo them the Idea ol disguising thomselves 03 woman in order to capture tho man who operaMiue cessiully ot a biiay tramway cross ing. In tight slclrtH, satin uhora, silk shoes and small volvot hr.U I with .rakish egrets, thoy took up a position at a car stopping place, i and It was not long beforo n negro I slouching down tho street seized J Wilson's silver mcsli purso, nnd fled. Tho detectives produced revolvers, and callod upon tho thlc! lo halt, but when thoy attempted to imr stio tholv light skirts J>VOVM\ VViclr undoing. Tho mortified oiUcorR sent several shots niter tho thtet without -flKt, and niter stumbling over the cobble j'OIIOS in tholr unaccustomed garb for nomo no yards thoy ab.ni ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 10 April 1914

Auctions. Adamson, Strettlo and Co., Prop. Ltd., STOCK & STATION AGENTS Victoria Horse Baraur, BOT7RKE ST., MELBOURNE, Hold snlon o! H/m-rah tho Bazaar ovory Wednesdny. At Nowmarkat SHTCF.P-TnMd»vi.S FAT OATTI.E-Wodnosdayn. At Corporation Market PTOR & CAl.VE3_T)mr»,l«yn. DAIRY & STORE CATTLE- Friday. Land and Clearing Sales con ducted in any part of the State. Lancefield Market Plrflt. Monday in Each Month. Foil information can be obtained from their ropreaentative, A, J. O'CALLAGHAtf. Lancefield^Office-High'Sfcroefc. Farm* For ^nlo and To Let. fnauranceti EITcctcdr Loan* Negotiated. "Wednesday, 16th April, '14. At "LyndhnrHt, High-street, LANCFFIELD. Clearing Sale of House hold Furniture. A DAMSON, STRKTTLE and CO, PTY LTD.. under instructions froai Mra Davis, wift sell by auction as above Thren wardrobes, 2 Duchess cheats, 4 dressing table?, 7 w/ishatandn and 4 seta ware, 13 Vienna chair*, 2 banking lamp?, curtains and poles, fenders and iron?, md^hoard, t...

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Tamed by a Threat. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 10 April 1914

Tamed by a Threat. "I will," she exclaimed, "I will not live with you another day." "You'll leave mo, will you ?" ho asked, calmly. "Vi'H. l will." "When ?" "Now-thia minute." "I wouldn't-if I wore you." "But J will, uml r defj' you to stop me "Oh, I slmn't- try to btop you, ' he quietly replied. "I will simply report to tho police that my w'i'a has mysteriously disappeared. They'll want your description, and I n'W give It. You wenr number eight shoes, you havo tin extra larS" mouth, your noso turns up at il»® end, eyes ruther on tho glint, voico like iv " "Wretch, you wouldn't dare do that !" she screamed. "1 will." They glared at*each othoi' tor tl moment in silence. Thon it . was plain to see who was tlve victor. Tho lowoat human habitation said to |>o that of tho coal minors In Bohemia, b'Mite of whom mako tholr (iwollings ot a point over 2000 (©at below tho level of tho soft-. In London tho loggy days In * jrear *r« aa cm average 33.

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THE HOTEL LOUNGER. [Newspaper Article] — Lancefield Mercury and West Bourke Agricultural Record — 10 April 1914

THE HOTEL LOUNGER. Hie hotel lounger has ova: been a problem to hotel managers (Bay* the "Daily Mail.") A man with vary little money but a great deal of assuranco, he stays for an hour, or two In the lounge or smoking room, uses the hotel notopaper, aud generally behaves as though ho were paying a pound a day for his board and residence. Of lato the loungers have considerably increas ed in number. So much so that in oae London hotel «rt least any man who is not known to be a bona* fide visitor is politely asked on entering if he is steering in the ho*. t*l or desirous of seeing a visitor. A typical hotel lounger was describ ed by a member of the stafl of the hotel:-"He lives in lodgings and uses this hotel as his home. He comes in in the morning about 12. Seating himaetf in the best lounge armchair, he goes steadily through all the papers he can find. About luncheon time he departs, for he has never been known to take a meal in the hotel. His regular daily expenditure here is not mo...

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