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They Stir the Liver. No Remedy as Potent as Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 8 January 1914
They Stir the' Liver. Nlo Remedy as Potent as Dr. 'Morse's Indian Root Pills. The olimate of Australia is such-that the Liver gets out of order quicker than any other organ of the body. When the Liver doesget out of order, the whole system isupset, and Con stipation, Biliousness, and Stom ach Troubles follow speedily. Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills reach the liver in a satisfactory manner. They open the clogged ducts, allowing the bile to flow, which is essential to the digestion and assimilation of food. Con stipation, Biliousness, Stomach Troubles and.sick Headaches are the'result of Liver inactivity, and the-remedy that "Stirs -the Liver" will at once relieve these distress ing complaints.
Escaped Prisoner. Innocent Man Arrested. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 8 January 1914
Escaped prisoner. Innocent Man Arrested. On July 3rd, 1901, John Henry Sparkes; who was under sentence made his escape from Pentridge, and has never since been recap tured, or even heard of, so far as the authorities are concerned. About a fortnight ago, a police officer (Inspector Hewitt) thought he had found the escapee in the person of a man, who, under the ,name of Edward O'Neill, had for some years been living with his wife and family in the vicinity of Omeo, North Gippslaid' and this man was arrested and remanded 'to Melbourne. There it was found on the evidence of Detec tive-Inspector Macmanamy, Ser geant Middleditch, Detective Hawkins, and four warders who had had Sparkes under observa tion for some weeks at Pentridge, that "O'Neill," who afterwards gave his correct name as James Albert Griffiths, was not the es caped prisoner. "O'Neill" or Griffiths was hereupon released, the authorities undertaking to pay the expenses contingent on his arrest. It was admitted by the man hi...
Christ Church Sunday School. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 8 January 1914
Christ Church Sunday School. The following is the list of winners to whom prizes were distributed at close of the evening service at Christ Church on Sunday last: CHURCH ATTENDANCE. Monica Murphy, Lance Jeffreys, An- nie Picken, Penelope Seymour, Lizzie Picken, Katie Jeffreys. _ EXAMINATION, Jean MoDonald 1; Marion Critchlow 2, Ailsa Breen 3. MORNING SCHOOL Boys.-Class 1 : W. Guthridge 1, L. Jeffreys 2, O. Critchlow 3. Class 2: G. Livock 1, Eric Tytherleigh 2, Tom Richardson 3. Class.3 : Leslie Sealey 1, Athol Sealey 2. Girls.-Class 1: Monica Murphy 1, Evelyn Tytherleigh 2, Ida Jeffreys 3. Class 2: Katie Jeffreys 1, George Chap- man 2, Vera Bates 3. Class 3 : Lizzie Picken 1, Vida Clayton 2, Melba Dal- gleish . AFTERNOON SCHOOL. &nbsp; Boys.-Class 1 : George Livock 1, George Grundy 2.. .Class 2: J. Chap- man 1, A. Sealey 2. Class 3: Leslie Sealey 1, Geoffrey Moore 2. Girls,-Class 1 : Ida Jcffreys 1, Ella Clayton 2. Class 2 : Penelope Seymour 1,. George Chapman 2. Class 3: Au...
Market Reports. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 12 January 1914
Market Reports. I The Geelong Hide, Skin, and Tallow Brokers Assocestion report Wednesday, January 7. 1914: S hbpskins.-Sales were resumed after the holidays, when full catalogues were offered by the various brokers. No elange in prices can be reported, and the bulk of the offerings were taken" at rates ruling at last sales. Crossbred pelt being more in demand than Green Skins (full wool) : ?torino and Comeback to 108d. Coarse Crossbreds to 96d, Spring Lambskins (large and superior) to 60d, Pelts to 45d. Dry Skins : Merino and Comeback to Rd; Crossbreds, to 71d ; Spring Lamb skins, to 7#d; Pelts (bare), to ed; merino to 4dd; crossbreds to 5.d; in ferior and dead to 2id. Hides: Consignments were in good order, and prices were unchanged. Butchers' Green Hides, good, heavy and stout, to 7d ; do. light and medium, to 7d ; salted hides, good heavy and stout, to 8Bd ; do. do. heavy, no substance, to 7d) ; do. do. light and medium, to 71d ; kip to 7id. Miessrs Dalgety & Co., Ltd., ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 12 January 1914
77A " '"ti ro BILI1OTU.S3TE S. Hcadaches and tBliousness are causd. by the same root evil-Constipation-in the .majority of cases. California Syrup of Figs is without an equal in promptly and safely removing these ailments without unduly disturbing the system. California Syrup of Figs the mild and truly beneficial natural laxative, tones up and strengthens the organs it acts upon. It assists Nature gently and soothingly without discomfort or inconvenience. • Doctors everywhere recommend it. CALIFORNIA lG SYRUP CO PAftY. s HIll, LONDO.. 7 Dl~rr.k SlreI, SYDNEY. I .. O3 ;?: - ii Why Suffer theTot urs of INDIGESTION' BILIOUSNESS, F1 A C CONSTI'PATION N Whi should you? I-igeston bilious- to complete the work of restoring yout W hy hens ofth s t o nt of tlon, il use n , headaches, constipation, can be 1 I 1 i lost strength. Give the remedy a fair removed and their retrn prevented, by J chance, persevere with it, take the doses Mother Seigel's Syrup. This has been - rcglnerly after your nm...
Yarns from Portland. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 12 January 1914
Yarns ftr oni Portland. ;There's something about Port SlZd, possibly the strength of the meeair," or it may be the parti ~ieular brand of "Lemonade" on tap .tit;Our Harbor," which so effects mursionists from Casterton that 's-i invariably come back from baesnnual holiday trip with tales ?,weird happenings of the most musing, or harrowing descrip iiond Some of these tales are ýIfe-perhaps ; Many are-well, kotherthing. But all are Wvon lu1. As usual, we heard a ~ br of yarns of Portland do last week, but the winnow ot process to which they vsubjectod led to conclusion t the sea air, or the "lemon was not so strong as usual ednesday last, or else that week's trip was less fruitful ioident, humorous or harrow than those of former years. ,bea appear, however, that dur. the "niortherly buster" h swept over "Our Harbor" the afternoon, life insur olicies were nearly falling She 'heirs, executors and as soft several leading towns' r at least the latter ght so. Joking apart, the y had a very ...
Casterton Methodist Circuit. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 12 January 1914
tou "etkOUz8 rtrtetly Meeting of the above aeldat the Casterton Church night, an4 was presided 6ver ]r: .;E. Lancaster, a fair number %amb being in attendance. : . la number of members.w[ awa.n to tltame ase proviesee quarter." The ltstatset of income and expenditure i -wid reiceipts £'70/12/5; expenditure /11;, leaving a debit balance on the iattr of £8/18/7. Collections were th?rised for the annual Home Mission t 'eetrfon January 18th. and it was de al ed to hold Ilarvest Thanksgiving ser aies throughout the Circuit, at which a .eicial offering will he requested in the eeo ipOf wiing out the Circuit debit bal m?'ee The state of the Sunday School was rportednes satisfactory, while it waa shown that the kindergarten methods adopted foe teacliugthe infants was a Uat' improvement on previous efforts ?-d-was very much appreciated by the eilildrea? The anniversary and annual piale were reported as having been very aeoeeassful. To Endeavour Society was estiLl meeting with good results. T...
Australasian Wool Exports. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 12 January 1914
Australasian Wool Exports. From let July to 31st- December, 1913. Compared with same period. revious year. Compiled by Dalgety & Co., Ltd..,.Melbyurne. State. 1910. 1912. Inc. Deo. Victoria a198.8 825,494 1,629 N;sew. 8,?6?-8,903 .8,148 ý: As.ly 1811140 16,480 " 14,820 W. .Au. 6,19 ,61,960 66$ Total 1,814,408 1,96,68 8? 119.694'19 949'. New Zeald 108,496 14i,208 ": ,l' 4849 ' Aetoealaala Totalet, 49,89 1,896,948 108,69 44,798 Net lserease 6,896 bales. oowldeMrabl u' uatltmi of ,woo grown ShIKe state s re lppod f~rom othenr ~it b, _tleaboe iutare do not show actual peoduotlo, but toal.ovteea ship. mit'tj Westrellan Mhunifor Dsceober at~n~p
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 12 January 1914
mTo sea I mas. 4am guibmets]Q lingual Bh O .WILmNc CUu aS, " uGf4 UPdfaeeIa I (wail.J Vh.m 1be ttl.)tnW ottlee. I. ao~i, Si Vatewto n. BONNI GTON WHOOPINOCOUGil AND BRONOrrITIB. LITTLE OIRL SUFFERED FOR SEVEN MONTHS. i'y: little. girl, aged two yeasrs, 'had Whooplg. Cough and. Bronchltls for seen. moths," wlite- Mnr F. Lawson. I Water?trst, Camperdowau. N. 8, W. I "Uomsllmsa -he wanao bad she would r- dor with weakness. Many a time I have pickeld her. up, thinkilng she w.s I dead. hei would hold her breath, and I would have to smaek her, on the back so as to help her to breathe again. I gave her a number of cough remedles. ad I wae,alwara tdn her to the doc tolkad :they ,ve hror manyr. ough roem e.I bet naothie had..any effect whatever. One day a lady recommended day. and it emned to relieve her almost at eoae, and In a week'stimoe ?u would not know lher: es did not look the same. chMd. Shae mudh fatter; and hau sever Discovery." Dr. 8heldoe's New Die covery If sold at 116 and 3/, C...
Merino Bush Fire Bridade. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 12 January 1914
m~Ierino Bushl Fire JBrilade. A meetisig of the above was held" on Friday. when there were present Mr .I. MceNicol (President), Messrs T. E. Sil-. rester, 1). C. Smith, J.1 fluxley, T. I. Clarke, and Constable Byrnes. Tihe treasurer produced balance-sheet, which showed a credit of £2 3s 11d. Tie following officers were api>ointed for the current year:-President, -Mr J. II. Mr. Nicol; Captain, Mr D. C.' Smith : See. retary and Treasurer, fr T. 1). Clarke; Committee, Messrs T. E. Sileoster. D. W. Brock, .J. "olntyre, C. Ithodes, .T. Huxley, I1. V. McLeod, If. E?usoe. )D. Dwyer, W.: Dwyer, - M. Dwyer, G. Northeott, and A. Mathieson, with power to add.' The secretary reported there were now 46 beaters on hand ready for The members adjourned to the police station, and made a personal inspectiou of the brigade effects. -.On the whole they were in good order, but the tank re. quired a new sucker, and a few repairs to other articles were needed. The see. rotary was instructed to see that...
ONE WORD IN TIME. Is better than two afterwards. A chance to profit by auother's experience. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 12 January 1914
ONE WORD IN TIME, Is belttr than two afterwards. A ehanlco to profit by another's experience. It is a strango thing hoi?pooiiile wii put away an opportiunity until tAno late It's only little things -thiatgo to manke up our every-diiy life i:h~htroitble:" i ie don 't pay; sltfitiet il tiotnt to thiem. Backliho is. a ? ttlln' thing. Senetilies, it cdimet a'nftr i liril tnday' work, or a ,light old ; it i ill pass olf," yol.any . "it'a 'ili3 the1 raSCit of over-taxing the hacklr;'." t'_ it 'b the fmolt of your bak tet roar kidata ITh exertion of straibiig Ihs iattifer od wa itli their delicate nim~chnnisti. Lo, 'ail it backache, but it. really is idiney ache. If theo kidneys tdro inal ilirveld. ohronic disorders set in, and thi" it where the little thing'slhould not be passed over. This woman haes hlarped to appreciate what delay mIeaii : Mrs. E.' Walker, Ionsdnle street. Hamilton, says:-"Foutrteen years ago I ntated that Doan's iBarkache Kidney Pills had cured te of kidalk y trouble. ...
LATEST NEWS. MELBOURNE, This Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 12 January 1914
LATEST- NEWS. MELBOURNiE, This Dny. A cool change came last night with light rain. Melbourne Produce Markot.-Wh?eat 3s G)d, oats (feed) is 8d, tailling Is 9.d, hay 115s, chaff 67e. Walter Hardy, senior partner in Hardy Dros., one of the principal jewellery firms in Sydney, shot his eldest son while the latter was sleeping, and then shot himself. Nervous prostration is the sipposed Cause. The State coal miine at Wonthaggi is again idle through a strike of clipplers, lads who claim they should be paid 9/2. the same as wheelers.. The Govern. meat offers 7s 2d. The strikers are expected to return to work to-day. A tire occurred on Sunday nfternoon at the Gippaland sHotel, Swanston St. Not much damage was done. but fire led to discovery that portion of the original thatched roof still remained, it havlnng been covered by a newer roof. Numerous fires are reportedl front the Su bury district and outside. The German nwspapers are dis cussing the Kaiser's transfer o the Crowns Prince to Berl...
Victorian Butter. Poor Quality Exports. Injurious Effect on Trade. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 12 January 1914
Victorian Butter. Poor.Quality Exports. Injurious Effect on-Trade. 3Ir If. V. Osborne, manager of the Western District Co-operative Distri buating Company, who has just returneds from England, has an emphatic word to say, in adding to many previous warn ings that have been given of the deadly injury done' to Victorion butter pro. ducers by allowing any of the produce of thi' s?ate (of inferior quality) to get into tl:. British market. He confirms -previously expressed opinion, that the manrked'thoigls gradual decline of the consumption of Australian butter in Great Britain, and especially in London, has been due to the shipment from Ausa. tralin of butter qf inferior quality which should never hbo allowed to reach a market that is of such immense value to Australian producers, as is that of Lon don and Great Britain as a whole. The decline in British consumption is directly traced to decline in the quality of Aus tralian butter, and that is attributed largely to the extension of use...
Casterton Cemetery Trust. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 12 January 1914
Castertoii Cemetery Trust. The quarterly meeting of trustees of the Castort'n (New) Cemetery was held on Friday, there being present Messrs G. C. Veitch '(Chairman) . J. Glancy, E. D. Gazzard, J. Jeffreys and D. V. West, while apologies for absence were received from the Rev. Father Lowham, Messrs H. E. James and E. F. Hughes. Accounts to amount of £10 Os 5d were passed for payment, and it was arranged to hold a special meeting of the trust to deal with important business on Friday, January 23.
Municipal Sale Yards. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 12 January 1914
Municipal Sale Yards. A. petition urging the Shire Council to proceed at once to erection of Municipal Sale Yards on the site at Blahgallah. purchased from the Closer Settlement Board, is in course of signature. The problem with the Council has been all along to meet the wishes of stock owners on both sides of the river, and to provide, as far as possible, against necessity to drive stock on the way to or from the yards through - Castorton streets and roads in which there is considerable foot nd vehicular traffic. The demand for erection of corporation yards at an early date is, however, imperative and in sistent, and it is expected of the Council that it will proceed with despatch to solve the problem, which is certainly not insolvable though it involves the difficulty that erection ofra stock bridge over the Glenelg at considerable ex pense may be necessary. Meantime. there is talk of a movement in favor of purchase of another site, near Pierce's Bridge, and the location of the ya...
Piebald Holidays. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 12 January 1914
Piebald Hol idays. It is understood thata strong effort ,is ttobo made;to effect some satisfactory arranigefiest that would do away with the piebald holiday system that seems to io peclliar to Casterton and is unsatis factory 'to everyone. Under .existing conditions, public ollices and banks are closed under the Sargood Act on the londay follou~ing the date upon which slntutory holidays fall,'and in most plnees'the Monday: ii also observed at business places. Observance here of the Monday at public offices anil banks, and Wednesday.at the business places, is recognized as not only inconvenient-to a I large majority of holiday makers,, but bad business for the commercial houses, as it means two days instead of one- in a week when very little business is done with country people, who rarely come in Oln a edriesday, and stay at home also on ?sonday,.when they canlot transact hanking, as well as.otler business. The dilfculty will arise in the near future in' coaneetion with Foundation D...
Commodious Dwelling. Well Bullt and Well Situated. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 12 January 1914
Comtnodlous Dwelling. - 4 Well Built and Well Situated. An eight-roomed house, just erected by Mr W. J. Peden for his own use as a residence, represents a notable and substantial addition to town buildings, and a distinct improverpent to the street architecture of Jackson Street, though built on no pretentious design, with re spect to ornamentation. The house stands at the corner of Jackson and Russell streets, with tine eight.feet rerandahs on the south-eastern and north-eastern sides, from which, as from the windows of all the rooms on theoe tides, there are some of the finest views risible, that can be seen from any point n this district, where splendid views are )btainable from almost every elevated soint. The building incluhides a dining ,oom 22 feet x 14 feet at the back, and wo bedrooms each 16 a 14 in front of his on the north-eastern side of a hall tnd passage that run from front to rear, andon the other side of this a drawingroom 17 a 14, two bedrooms, one 16x 12 and he ot...
How to Neutralise Dangerous Stomach Acids. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 12 January 1914
How to Neutralise Danger ous Stomach Acids: Few people beeldes physiolans realise the importance of keeping the food con. tents of thestomach free from acid fer montation. Healthy normal digestion cannot take place while the delicate lining of the stomach is being inflamed and distended by acid and wind-the re sults of fermenting food in the stomach. To secure perfect digestion, fermentation nust be atopped or prevented, and the acid noutralised. For this purpose physicians usually recommend getting a little bisnrated magnesia from the chemist and taking bhalf a teaspoonful in a'little hot or cold water immediately after eat ing. They recommend bisurated mag nesh because it is pleasant to take, has no disagreeable after effects, and instant ly stops fermentation, neutralises the told and makes the sour acid food bland, sweet and easily digested. The regular use ofbisurated magnesia be sure you get the bisurated, as other kinds of magnesia are of little value-is an absolute guarantee...