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PERSEVERED IN VAIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 26 March 1914
PERSEVERED IN VAIN. A short time ago there died in Berne, Switzerland, a remarkable stu dent, who, though fifty-seven years old, had studied at the University of ?Berne for thirty-seven years without having taken his medical degree. This student, Gottlteb Laederach, entered the University when the was twenty. He studied assiduously, but owing to ta nervous temperament he could never pass an examination. When put to the tests he became so embarrassed that he failed. Having an independent in come, however, and being gifted with unusual tenacity of purpose, he deter mined to gain lhis degree if It took a lifetime. When he went up-for his hundtedth trial he fell dead in the ex amination-room fromn heart disease.
A REMARKABLE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 26 March 1914
A REMARKABLE MEETING. A strange adventure is recorded by a correspondent of a London paper who, meeting a medical friend, looked in at a Fleet-street tavern to ' talk. things over. Here he met another friend, a master mariner: After an Informal introduction his two compan lons talked of things in which hoetook no interest, and he joined In another conversation. Half-an-hour had elapsed when they informed him-profusely grateful for the introduction-that he had intro duced two brothers! They had been separated, not ,by quarrel, but by the estrhinging yeare. - The mariner, as a weakly boy whose I:le was despaired of, had ben sent to a relative who lived mean counties away, by the sea. fle had never re visited the scenes of his youth, or been seen by his parents and brothers. Forty years had passed since the brothers had met. Trile world doesn't judge a man by hl!s own clothes, but by his wife's. A broken heart takes about three weeks to mendl in twown and live in the country. No man Is...
THE WOMAN WHOM WAGNER LOVED. The Famous Musiclan's Melody of Life. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 26 March 1914
It THE WOMAN WHOM WAGNER ,i r :LOVED. ;'i)':"' 0 The Famous Musiclians. a Melody of Life. The deposltion of the mad klnd, Otto of lavarla, whiclh has just beenadeal Sed, recalls to the minds of all muele lovers' the genius of-thei greatest me dern composer, .Rclhard:Waguer. For it was King Ludwig, th. brother of the i poor madman, who befriended Wagner in to.the' days of his; greatest poverty, I all whose patronage enabled him to produce Ills immortal works. King Ot to himself 'Is a friend of this hero of music. Wagner's operas, "Lohengrin," "Tannhauasar," and the other master pieces of his "Nlebelungenlied," are now popular throughout the world. But when he produced them they aroused I: the hatred'of his critics and a passiona ate storm of ridicule and contempt. He wrote some of them 'in direst poverty t and withl the despairing courage'of a d man who knows that he Is In. advance a of his time. They reflect the storm and stress of his own life and charac ter, but they reveal also t...
The Great Montamor Case. CHAPTER XX. Suspense. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 26 March 1914
ýýrii3 oraý: MttNainor ALICE M. DIEHL, Authoress of "The Knave of Hearts," CHAPTER XX. Suspense. A veiled woman, finely developed, in black, stobd to the lett of the vicar, who gazed at her in mild as tonishment. Netta stared at her, won dering rather than alarmed. Lady Montamor's groat eyes- flashed scorn. She 'had at once recognised Gwendo len in the unseemly interrupter who had suddenly stepped out of the shadow cast by a stone pillar. And Robert. drew hlimself up and looked at the spot in the veil where the eyes of the Internmeddler should be. He was pale, but an expression of contempt as well as of determination was expressed by every feature of his comely face. He recognised Gwen dolon-but also recognised that she bhad no right to interrupt his wedding; her so doing was, in his opinion, on a par with the fact that she had hune;. ed him down, probably by detectives In her pay. Indignant, his first instinct was to protect Netta. "After that, the de luge," he thought, as, turning...
Merino Races. ANNUAL MEETING, Easter Monday, April 13, 1914. PROGRAMME: To start at 1 o'clock. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 26 March 1914
Merino Races. ANNUAL MEETING, Easter Monday, April 13, 1914. PROGRAMMIE: To start at 1 o'clock. TRIAL HANDICAP, -of 10 nove.,.-1 sov. out of stake to socond horse. For all horses that have never won a ' stake exceeding 10 sove. on the flat Distance about six furlongs. Nomin alion 6/, acceptance 4/. - HANDICAP PONY RACE, of'7:sovs For all ponies 14.2 and under. .. Weight and' distance -'handicap. Heights must be given at time.of entry. Ponies whose heights are given incorrectly are liable to be.:re handicapped. About five furlongs. SNomination?/. MERINO IANDICAP, of ,5 ove., 5 eove;, out of stake to go to second horse. The winner of any handicap flat race after declaration of weigllts to carry 71be penalty. Distance one mile. Nomination -10/, acceptance. .. /. - HANDICAP HURDLE RACE, of 25 sove., 5 sove. out of stake; to go to ssnond horse. The winner of any hondlcap ihurdle race or steoplaehase after tho doclaration of the weioghts to narry 71bs penalty. About two miles. Nomination ...
PRUSSIAN EXECUTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 26 March 1914
PRUSSIAN EXECUTIONS. - It is notew rthy that two murderer have, recently suffered capital punish ment in Prussia, because only some four to eight per cent. of capital sen tences are carried out in Germany, the proportion in Great Britain being ovel 50;per Gent. R'he newspapers conunmon ly~speak of these German criminals as vlctimis of the axe or block, withoul much 'discriminatlon. By the German law all:capital punslumoents must bc carried out by beheading, abut it is.lefl to the separate States to choose their own method. In those districts which were annexed by Napoleon'I. the gull latine still prevails. Other regions may use the axe, the sword, or a car ving knife if they please. The Prus slan. method is that, the victim sit tlng in a chair, he is beheaded by a horizontal sweep of a long sword.
FORTUNES REFUSED. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 26 March 1914
FORTUNES REFUSEU. It is said that when it became known that the letters of the greal lilsh leader, Charles Stewart Parnell, weere to be published, offers to pur chase them. were received from all over the world, and that one great newspaper proprietor in the United States sent Mrs. Parnell an open cheque,.upon which she anmght inscrlbe i?er own price. The offer was refused. Robert Browning constantly refused ip' write for the magazines and re. vews. He, only' departed from his splf-denying ordinance on one occa sion, and that was in aid of charity. in his later days, when Browning so. cJeties were springing up all over Britain and America, fabulous prices yere offered to him even Ifor a short Roem. He put all these tempting offers aside and "stuck'-to' his text" ip his dying day. Bult- this:-determination to refuse mponey when it is offered is evidently not the attribute of the well-to-do oany, for a. laborer in Pennsylvania has just refused two fortunes amounting to £20,000, which ...
Varicose Ulcers for Years. Too Severe for Doctors to Cure. Remarkable Zam-Buk Healing. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 26 March 1914
Vayicose Ulcers for Years. Too Severe for Doctors to ! Cure. Remarkable Zam-Buk Heal= SIng. Further proof of Zam-Buk's re markable . healing power over crippling leg ulcers has just coin to hand from Auckland, N.Z. I concerns Mrs J. Ogden, Union St., who for nine years was in a crippled and helpless state. Ten years ago," says Mrs Og= don, "I had the misfortune to burst a varicose vein in my right log through giving, .it a nasty knock. Ulceration set in, and soon the limb became highly in flamed. The ulcers got bigger and. bigger, aaid the constant pain made my existence a misery.' At night I- would toss about in fear ful agony, wishing for the end of of everything. There were,-per iods, often for three months at a time, when I dare not put my foot to the ground. "For years I was under medical men, and, in different towns, dur ing my long period of suffering, I must have had altogether about twelve different doctors. But the ulcers seemed to go from bad to worse. Then, to add to-my ...
Cannibalism in The New Hebrides. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 26 March 1914
Cannibalismiin The New Hebrides. News has been received from the New Hebrides that six native. missionaries had been murdered and eaten by a tribe known as bhe Big Mamba. ;Eight; native missionaries e were despatched'to Malekula, and, after preaohing stated their intention of proceed ing to the next village. The na tives warned the missionaries that it would be dangerous to go fur ther. They disregarded the warn ing, and almost as soon as they arrived at the village they were set upon by a huge crowd of armed savages, and at a given signal shots were fired, and six of the missionaries" fell mortally wounded. Theroemaining two es caped, but one was shot through the hand, while the other escaped uninjured. After along and pain ful march through the bush the pair eventually arrived at the coast, and returned to Walla. The news was subsequently re ceived that the six missionaries who lost their lives had been eaten.
Casterton Post Office. Mail Arrangements. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 26 March 1914
Casterton Post Oftice. Mall Arrangements. lailaarecloosedaed ar due at thile CasrertollI Postt Oilec ae sndor : - NOTE.-In, iconna morning; a, aiternoon. Apldoy-Closee 8 m Tuosand Fri, due 6 Wed and Sat. Prlivote bag Elderalio. Ararat-.Closo every morning at 8 and. 2.40 a Thures; due 7.45 a Mon, Wed and Sat, 9a Tues and Frl, 1 p.u, and 7.45 a Thnurs. Ardnn--Close daily 8 m (Men excepted), dun 7.80 a Mon Tue osWVd and Fri, e1.00 a Thurs, Ga Sun. Ballarat-Closo roeny morning at S a and 2:40 a Thure l duo 7.45 a Moen Wd and Sat, 9 a Tuons and Fri, 1 p.m. and 7.41 a Thurs. Balbgatll--Cloeo 1lm Tuee, duoe 10.80 n, Tues. Branxhalnm--Cloe evern morning at 8:..nd 2.40 a Thurs; duo 7.45 a Mon Wed and hlt; 9 a Tuns and Fri, 1t p.. and 7..1 e Thlrs. . Brimboal--Closo9 a Tuos There nod'Sat; dueo I,45 a Tues, 8.15 a iThurs and Sat..1',Private bag : Wnrdo View. Carapook--Close every morning 'at 8; due 7.15 mdai . Private baogs: Bella .Vitt, TIt Gumsn, Spriegllold, T. Carroll, Oeengarry and Murryy...
Train Arrangements. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 26 March 1914
Train Arrangements.l Train loaves CaOterton 8.35 a.m.. Sand. ford 8.49, Henty 9.12, Merino 9.40, Grass. dale 10.12, Minkito 10.25, Branxholme 11.15, arrives Hamilton 11.50. Monday, Wednesdad, Thuredy, and, S . Saturday-. Train loaves Hamilton 5"p.m.,Branx. ,olme 6,' Miaklte 6.13, `Grasednlo 630, Merino 6.55, Honty 7.10, Sandford 7.25, arrives Oasterton 7.45 Tuesday and Friday. Leaves Hamilton 6.5, Braizxholme 7.15, Mlakite 7.28, Graosdalo 7.40, Marino 8.10, Benty 8.25, Sandford 8.45, arrives Caster ton 9. Thursday. Leaves Hamilton 10.17 -n.m.,. Branx. holme 11.25. OGrandalo 11,53, Morine 12.17 p.m., Honty 12.20. Sandford 12.47, arrives Unsterton 12.55. Leaves Castorton 3.10, BSandford 3.24, Henty 3.42, Morino 4.2, Grassdale 4.30, arrives Branxholme 4.55, arrives Hamil. on 6.8 p.m. An experimental sheep station is to be established by tIe 'Department for Ex ternal Affairs at Niataranka, near Bittern Creek, in the Northern Territory,. and 2000 sheep have been purchased from the Avon D...
Casterton Court of Petty Sessions. Roster of Justices. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 26 March 1914
Castertoii Court of Petty BSssiodie. lo' ster of Jistices. March 26--Messrs' Davis and Somer ville. - April 2-Mcssrs Hughes and Davis. April 9--esers Smith, Rose and Little: April 10-Messre Somerville, Murrell and Jackson . - .. April 23-Messrs Veitcll, Holmes and May 7-Mesrs.Smith and Murrell.. May 14-Meassrs Hughes and Somer. yille. ., MIay'21-Mesrs Veitch;. Ross and Car michael. May 28-Messrs Holmes and Davis. June 4-Messrs Smith and Davis. June 11-Messrs Hughes: and Somer ville. June 18-Messrs Holmes and Ross. Junoe 25-Messrs Murrell and Voltch, July 2-Mossrs Smith, Hughoes and Jackson. July S9-Messrs Roses "Davise and Little: July -16-Mesrr Soinerville, Murrell, and Veltnh. July 23-Messrs Holmes, Miller and Jnly 30-Messrs Hughes, Smith and Carmichnol.
The Birds of Australia. Described by Dr. Leach. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 26 March 1914
The Birds of Aus tralia. Desorlbed by Dr. Lench. A lecture on the above subject wri ihea. eU tie, Mgbllfribi' fll, CIuster ion; lust night by Dr Leach, of tihe Ed lcqtion Department's Training College. .Dr,G. i, Skinner, President of tlh ;iqhool Committee,. occupied the chair and briefly introduced Inspector Parker who gave an address, pending the ai rival of Dr Leach, who had reache Casterton by train that night. Mr Par ker said the object of the gathering we to bring the question of edncation befor the public, and they hoped at no distan date to announce lectures by Dr Barett on "Town Planning," and by air Tani Director of Education, on educationa subjects. Dr Leach received a hearty welcom on being announced by Mr Parker, anm fiter apologisinfg for the late arrival o the trari; proceeded, to deliver his le oude, which was illtstrated by lanteri Clideos shown by Mir Parkbr. his sal: lect-"The, Birds of Australia"--wa je1-.wortli roaisiderihiloi. Asiatrali, Siti?n' ther southern la...
News in Brief. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 26 March 1914
News in Brief. There are several hundred names of voters to be deleted from the Legislative Council roll for the immediate district of Duudenong. "One resident of tile town waes on the roll three'times: and others twico.... . A colliery at Whitburn, in Linlithgow. shire, cotlland; is about to be losed down owing to thie heavy working expenses. Tite co liery employs 2600 men. A Conferenceof representatives from district' municipalities was , held at Beechworth last Friday, when the.folv. lowing resolution was unanimously agreed to: "That the Promier be asked to recognise before too late the very grave and sorious lspread of St. 'John's wort throughiout portions of tie North. East. That it is felt that the eradication of the weed on Crown lands is far too great a task for any municipality to undertake, and the only hope of saving Victoria from this threatened curse is for the Government to at once recognise its responsibility and deal with the whole matter from a national point of vie...
Cricket. THE CASTERTON CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 30 March 1914
Uricket. TILE CASTERTON CLUB. The following nre the batting and bowling averages of the abovo club for the season 1913.14. This is Tor the competition matches only: B*ATTINo. i. NrOo.'Is. TOTAL ALOE IC. Nicholson- $ 1 *64 67 88.6 Dr.Deravin... 4 1 '83 91 80.83 H. M[. Smith 4 1 49 85 28.38 •E. Jamec ..:5 1 409 112 28.. W. Dnioe ... 6 0 29 79 16.8 K. Ewen ... 6 0 4i .81 18.6 .T. Tibblecs ...6 0 853 67 90. 0 Not out. lBOWLINGo. waTS.; UNS .tO. A'OE. Dr Doravin... 14 '6 3 4.71 B. Wood ... 7 44 3 06.28 If. 3M. Smith 10 109 9 10.9 F. James ... 12 179 1 14.91
COLERAINE v SANDFORD. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 30 March 1914
COLVRAIN"' v S~DFO"RD This natch was shot stSsndford, and wss won by. Coleraie bfy 13 points. The seors re -.. MANbFORD. :600 600 •, , yds yds Ttl. P: Taylor . 33 31 64t : n L i pem leton 1.. 34 28 02 D. i Ftzi'rpld ..:34: 27 01 If. Lyon:.; .: .' 2"' 61' L. Fitzgerald li?.,31 ', 0 1 A. Taylor ... 30 30 00 II. Wheeler .. -31 27 58 . L.- Wheeler 28 .28 56 Total . ' .483 COLERAINE. 600 000 yds ydn Ttl. D. Chittick ... 31 32 03 V1. Storio ... 2 209 61 A: 3tltheAon .;. "29 1 60 G. Niclollol :." 22 27 60 D. 1['Calmani .., 20 29 68 J. Shearwood ... 29 29. 58 . Dyson ..;;. 30 27 567 .T. Sleoplird ... 27 27 54 Total .- : 470
Rifle Shooting. Association Matches. MERINO v DIGBY. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 30 March 1914
Rifle Shooting. Asanoeintion Matches. " . I::: ERiO v DIGBY. The Assooiantion rille match 'between Digby and ,[lerino was fired, on the Merino .range on Saturday, when the visitors were victorious by 13 points: There wereo to possibles.put up (both on the Digby. side).'by.D: 'Intosh at 600 yards - and ::J Simkin at 0Q. yards. Scores:-' . " ' IGIIY. ; 00o00 D. 31!Intob . : ' O3 F.r Burgessn 83 84 ,07 . Simkin..lei .::r , =3 91 06 0l o Itigbas :..? . 4 30 01 ...i liirges: .. ! 3 6 6 ,Totni ". 501 Uncouuted -Gt Graham 6O, J.'Allar. dice 64. M16 MERNO. d" i " " " S" . . ir 00 . 0000 yds yds Ttl.I I[. Ensco . 31 .4 05 G. Northcott :: . 80 31 01 '" Hug3lie :i . ? 1 8 . 01 A. J.'For::-' ' ... 2' '. 0. 32 01' B. Enscoe , .833'28 01 D. Dwyer.:.! 30 30 .00 . .'Hussen ? . 3 20 00 L. Enscoe , .. 1 28 05 Total "..'488 Lnconiiintd Davis 68, T.1 1tDon ald 58. &lt;
Casterton Racing Club [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 30 March 1914
I Caister~ton Rlacing Clulb A tnietig of the cotmmittee of the above club was held at thle 'ltilway .lotel on Saturday. P'resent; Messrs .1. '?. Gillt (President), IgF.W.Abbott, R. SL. ChanTey, T. Glaney, J. Little, K. A?. Moltheson, N. A. Peebles, P. Q. Pinnell, .T.' ,. Scott, W ..Stock and Dr F. A. De tarin. Theotenders received for the erection of puhlidiiit's and luncheon booth,` ete, were dealt with, but no tender was nac .Te total staken to be given at the Autumn meeting to be held on 20th and 21st May, were increased to £400, the stakes belig alloted as follows: Firs'TDay.--Maiden Iurdle Race, '£25; Maiden Plate, .£20; Normanby Steeplechase, £60; Cnsterlon Cop, £70 ; Stand HJurdlo anee, £46; Glenelg H[igh. weight IHandicap. £20. Second Day.-H-andicap Trial Stakes, £20; . HIill lurdle l nace, £30; Racing Clhb handicap, £30; Autumn Steeple. chase, £40; Ladies' Bracelet, £20; Fly. ing Handicap, £20. It was resolved that nominations close on Saturday 9th May, and that weights be-...