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Three Men Killed, Another Injured. MELBOURNE, This Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 30 March 1914

Three Men Killed, Another Injured. rBY WIRE.] M • ELIOURNE,'This Day. The terriflo thlunderstorm on Fridny caused serious dmnago inr Gippshlad and tha North and Central districts. The Wnalhanll railway was bried in places, ut is no cleared for traffic. A niumber of sheep were. killed at Inglewood; and vinoynrds at Bendigo were inundated.. General ?Sir -Inl Hamilton roeiowed 265,00 troops, consisting of citizent and senior cadet forces at Sydney.. A heny thunderstorm" cccurrcd, drenchlg the troops, but the reviewi, nevertheless, sins n great success. One of tho spectators vas killed by lightning, "while another was iljured:. During the storm 'which .passed over 'enahurst on Fridny,.nama -named'Alex aador Noil Rops, aged 28 years. was struckdead by lightning. H was a soeni of Mr.D. Rossa, and a brother of Mr Ross, butcher, of Penahuret. Ito leaves a widow and three young ehihlron. . ,Ptrick lotaln, a dairy farmeor, of Templestowvo, safflered thle onsame fate during theostorm - In that...

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Easily Stopped. AT THE RIGHT MOMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 30 March 1914

Easily Stopped. AT THE RIGHT MOMENT. In lies than a minute, with one blade of your poeket-knife, you may kill a mountain cedar while it is yet sleeping in ita little ,windswayed, cone-hammock ; albeit, bnoe grown, it holds fast its place for centuries on the slopes of Lebanon, grasping great boulders with its roots, while waltlits trunk and top it stands co wrestler with the whirlwind. A baby's foot may crush the egg of an eagle no an anaconda; although let it be for a while, the eagle will carry off a child in his strong talons, and the anaconda will strangle a horse and rider in its strong folds. With somethingof the same ease may good and evil be destroyed in their be ginningbs whether a habit, a new home, a new child, a new community, or a new nation. " ADDISON BALLARD. Habit is a cable ; we weave a thread of it each day, and it becomes so strong that we cannot break it. HORACE CANN.

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Temperance Corner. [CONTRIBUTED.] Must it Be? [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 30 March 1914

Temperance Corner. [CONTRIBUTED.] Must it Be ? Must our sons go to prison for acts they commit, While their brain by strong drink is made wild, When the demon who soills it, knows well its effect, And he to go free as a child P Must the mother go hungry and ragged and cold, And her children go begging for bread, While the earnings of father go over the bar, Yet the bartender hold up his head P Must the laws of our country be held in contempt, While the law.breakers ride at their ease, And our public ollicials, to gain a few votes, Like camels, go down on their knees. Halt, Halt, this vile trafflc I Hear not you the call; See not you the writing that burns on the wall P Thlink not it is Bacchus returning to reign, 'Tis the feast of Belshazzar enacted again. The Moiea and the Persians their armour have on, And the people have answered the cal' - Our laws and our children, shall rise above gold, And your traffie in liquor shall fall. -Bamuel V. Latham.

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DESPERATE SHOOTING [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 30 March 1914

DESPERATE SHOOTING Pains in tho chest require prompt tront nnot. Use Dr. Sheldon'e Now Discovery for Coughs and Colds. It gives immedil ate relief. Price, Is. Gd. and 3t.

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
African Hunting Pictures. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 30 March 1914

Africun Hunting P'lctf.res. Lovers of big gamne hunting nnd: jungle scenery should not. miss seeing tihe "Afriean- lunting Plitluires" to'beho! •ihoan by Leitch I'ietures -iext, Thurs-" day night.., Travel through all the oages. hass always beei althing most' rdentlyt desired by the ordtinry intelligent man, n and it is "inipfboitble :that there ento ever he an occupation more deeply en-1, grossing or ednentitle' tlhni an Investign tion of the myriad natural. wonders offorded to tus by the world -we live in. For this reason, this travel llm may be looked upon nas thle greatest and most welcome of all the benefits the cinemnto. graph has brought. to its. When one bears in mind the daily dangors which vereo experienced by the hunters, ont is inore deeply grateful for the.sorvices they have rendered to seience, and for the pleasue plenre and entertninment, which: their work is nffording to the wholeo of t the civilised world. The flhn is 3,000dt feet in length and pirodtucaed by tIle I...

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Sensational Storms. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 30 March 1914

01i Friday, heavy rain fell in 'tel: bourne about iilid-itn , The fall was so heavy that from tihe other s'ltthrb, the city 'as ohbscured as if laya fog, Artleifil' light Ilnd id b?n iioe ii&t lto city offices, owing to the larlcraed, lhich was only relieved inm the stieets 'y vivid fliashe of lightning. The. rotidh bhcaei? white, with tlic .spray of heavy, rain splashing on the hanrd onrfni?a .'c,' second storm was cxperienced :alboii 3 o'clock, and at. half-.pnst o'clock the crowds in the homewalr rush Io the suburbs were enght i in a drenching downpour which waRs necompanied by very heavy thullder and ivild lighltnirg, SAll 'the low-lyicng portions of Somith feclbourne were floocedd; P'ortlons, o Clarke, ffnimn, and Moniy steels.were several inches udelr water, and tilhe howling greens of South [Melbourieo' lid Midiidlq Park were submerged. In 1'rnliicati; pittlons of Clilapeltlreot and Hligh iR treet were covered wilh water. The "down'pour in Fitzroyr na very heavy, mnin...

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Wreek of a Steamer. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 30 March 1914

Vrolck of ia Steoamler. The French steamer, Saint Paunl, boiud from New Caledonia to Brisbane, struck Smlith's rock, ofl Capo Moreton, near Brisbano, about midnight on Thursday, and sank before a boat could be launchecd. Eighteen persons were drowned. and eloven saved. The pilot steamer Llew ellyn immediately hastened to render as sistance, and before long those aboard heard cries of distress coming from the water in different directions, Two'boats we-ore hurriedly lowered and returned with four rescued persons apiece. Tiho Llewcllyn also picked ulp lhreo men, nnd the survivors were put ashore at Caipe oreton. The survivors wero clinging to the oars,':ltehr and other flht. SA. rescued steward states tliat the drowned include a womnln passengeorand a little girl, The former had 'lnot tiale to leave her cabin. The little girl was placed aboard a hoat when it capsized and t he was drowned. 'Tbhe survivors are the mate and. the engineer, both Ftrenchmen, a half.caste, annd eight Solith ...

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Latest Developments. Melbourne, This Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 30 March 1914

Latest Developmenlts. Y? WIRlE.j Melbourne, This Day: Sir John French and Sir John i wanrt, ihotwitlsalanding inlluenee lhat is heing blroughl to bear on theta, persist iih their resignntiions. Thle Prime Miniiter, Me Asiailth, ir timated in Parlinmait that a new arnmy order lnhad been issued, providing tlih" soldiers were not to Ile uoslonev | as toh their nlLttitlde, aIld tlhllt tey were not to sk for a.ssllrance as to wlat. dutlies they would undertake. The meeting of the Cabliiet" liMted nll day Saturday, and there are rumnours of hi possiblo dissolution. It is generally assumed tiht Generals Frenelh nd iEwnit will ultimately witlh. draw their resignations. Mr (lolmon, the Premier of Nen" Soualn Wales. a1111 Mr \Menahr, the Speaker of the Assembly in Nesw South Wales, sent a nmessago to M[r .lohln Red. mond that Australitin opinion wholly condemns any delay in making Treland 'a iuited nation.

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
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Ulster and Home Rule. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 30 March 1914

Ulster and Home Rule. ., As.tilb oiltcoino of hie orernmnent'o repudiation of. Colonel Seely's gunroanee to, oficers, Field-Mnrshall Sir Jlohn French and Licit.-General Sir John Ewart have resigned. It is officially on. nounced that the Cabinet has refused to accept tih resignations. Both the Primo Minister (Mrr Asquluith) and Sir John French waited on the King. Sir Edward Carson, in in interview, em phasises thle dignilied cnlm of Ulster. It is sulggeoed that a genernl election inay tke place ecorly-probably in .Tunq. nll the House of Cominons on Thurs. dny, Mr Lloyd George announced thlat tihe second reading debate on thie Honae Rule Bill ill le (taken next Tuesday, WVedncsdny. nnd_ Thlirsdny.

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 30 March 1914

TeW* -M eet be T'vis -l AID now p awog oamytml tmI o . EIul U Vg A~ ;· thm. atil pdeaohtltt uisre (wortbh chmUit and Draggel n · bottle) In ottlL 13 , ad S. p.bottle - Gaterton. -~S~; G;: D 0 K-bottle) inBotU*L lkR. and.Be~aper bottle? Utron _____ " FOR YOUR HEALTH AND WEL. BEING. "NATURES THE t1IGTlANl PLEASANT AND, LAXATIVE" _ GENUINE A delightful liquid laxative, and the only true remedy for haoitual constipation and the many ills resulting from a weak or sluggish condition of the kidneys, liver, and bowels. Pleasant to the taste; and prompt, gentle, and thorough in nctiot. Sold thrughout Australl s In two stuM , '3 and tlss. Mother's Friend. 11- and with Nit Comb, 1/6. PEDIO POMADE for the Head. Btrikes Infesting Vermin Dead. One siliatibh Dmdroe' Vermin, Kill. ' i,.-s e 8l . O Bl aegwo, and ares the La grow thick .ad Nrol. Small Is., Large .., Lxtra Large 3/6, Also for Podltry,.Song Birds; a Lte Bloo isarod BEtohford.ChemLt. Omi ter(on sels It at I, mad with Nit aomb as d. EOMN...

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Wedding Bells. Hart—Scurr. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 30 March 1914

WVetdding Bells. Hart-Scur., .- very pretiy welioin *is dColobrateo inl ti le ?olotlodist ClarrCli, Tl'raroilgoi,. oi Tuesdlay afternoon, March 17th,,wheil Mr Cyiril Ilhatrl. eldest son of "7r aid M\rs l[art, of "Dtnrobiii 1[onjosteid," Casterton, was united in the holy bonds of mntrinmonu to Miss Vera Scorr, eldest daughlter of lthe ice. W. If. arnd Mrs Scurr, of Traralgon. 'Te chulrch wos benautlifully decorated for tle ocansieoo by tile friends of the bride, who, during hloer residence in Torarlgou. had mnad herself very popular., As the bride entered tito churcho o ion erm of hr .fnhid,, by whaom sloe was given] away, Mrs Neilson snng "The W'edding I[yjm|" very cieely. The bride looked charming in a luindsome. bridal gown of white emhroidered voile, trimmed withl vol. lnco i2Court train, with true lovers knot4 'ntid Ihorse sliob; Shie wore an embroidlered wrenth" and reil, and earried a shower bouquet.' TIhe bridesmnids were Miss. Miriam Seurr (sister of bride), had Miss Elina C...

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Champion Billiards. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 30 March 1914

Chalmpio n Billiards. Interest in the match between Inman and Reeco for the championshlip of Eng innd has practically died out, owing to the great advantage held by Inman, the scores bcing:--Inman, 1,000; leceec, 11,568.

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Teachers' Nature Study Picnic. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 30 March 1914

Teachers' Nature Study Picnic. -~-----?.-... 'The educational nlovcmenot-cone. senced on WVcdnesdoy night at tie Me. lhasnics' in Dr. Leach's lectulre on "Birds of Austrnlia"--was concluded on Satur. lay, when the tleachers of the sllrrounld. lag district had a Nature Study Picnic. At 10.15 an.m., I)r Leach, Inspector Parker, the teachers, and several interest. ed friends begnn their stroll at the Mill bridge, and ended near Sandford Ifous. I The topics treated with great perspicuity inolsded tho "area of dleposit," bou thorn, black.faced cuckoo shrike, the dandelion, rcd-back parrot, crickets, n wasp, grass-.hoppers, circmte.deondation, sater-sheds, self-pollination of plasots, fronstone, "buck shot" gravel, coal seams, weathering of cliffs, salt bush, native tobacco plant, Scotch thistle. At 1.30 the party sat down to t fine dilner, which had been spread at a pictoresqute bend of the Wnnnou. The lady techsers -materially assisted by MendamOes Wollaston and Bear-lhad providetld the...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TAKE NO OTHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 30 March 1914

TAKE NO OTHER. For nine years I suffered with a liver disorder and tried numerous medicines, obtaining very little relief," writs Mrs Esther J. Coles, Major's Creek, N.S.W. "After taking Chamberlain's Tablets regularly for a fortnight I found I was greatly benefited, and am now completely restored to health. My father, who is 79, is an invalid and is troubled with con. stipation, but has obtained the greatest benefit from Chamborlain's Tablets. Itather than use any other medicine we have often sent into Itraidwood, that is 20 miles away, for Chamberlain's tablets. Sold everywhere,

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Nature Study Excursion. District Schools Visit "The Hummocks." [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 30 March 1914

flQaturd Study. Ex ;cursion. SU1Otl S oo?ls Visit "The ? : Hummocks." Fi! day, March 27, 1914, will n ig live in the memory of the gholars--and teachers and par ents too, for that matter-ot the 'district State schools, that having been the day on which the Geoe graphy Excursion under Dr Leach otthetraining College, Melbourne, was beld,theispot chosen for the 'study of nature being "The Hum mocks," and a right happy choice it proved to be, though the thor oughness and adaptability of the genial doctor led one to think :that he would be able to make anyplace interesting. The difficulty of providing con veyances having been overcome through the kindness of Caster too and district residents, the Dunrobin road for portion of the day presented a most lively ap pearanceos fully loaded convey anoe after conveyance followed in'quicksuccession, and a con- 1 tingent of daring boys and girls on horses and ponies, to supply a 'spice of excitement as they settled the point between each other as t...

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PEOPLE WHO WORK. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 30 March 1914

PEOPLE W1O WORK. Everyi ImIal or iuoman who worke niltl kcei" heialthy if the uork is to be dunol ellititly; the unfit go to the wall. Go?d work depends upon good hellth. Work becomes a nightmare to these ,mho are not well. Are you fllicient? Or are you depressed, tired, sulffering fIroi broken sleep, backache, pains itt the limhibs, had taste in the mnutlh All theso.aro symptoms that your kitl:,yse ore -winlk, and .not able to cnrry out their work of properly qlterig the hblond. ,And all those iBtllijislln I.re foreriners of Dropsy, Gravae. Stoan, Neuralgin. Dean's Back. .-lce Kidney Pills act on the kidneys osely. Tshey will keep you free from ,niu, from backnche, and headaches. They will eehoop you efficient. Read this htate?lent: M\rs L. Millard, Toorak, Casterton, says:--"A member of my family has heon ailing for the last twelve months. I fancy sitting too.close to work caused 'hie kldoeys to become deranged. We nroncured a number of remedies, but none of them proved successful...

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Market Reports. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 30 March 1914

Mlarket Reports. The Australian Mercantile, Land and I Finance Co., Ltd., report March 27th, ? 91,t4:-f Shccepskins.-Averago supplies were offered this week. The market for all short length lines declined id to .Id per lb, good lengths being on par with last week's best rates. l[ides.-Moderate supplies. Thel market for kip and light weights de. clined kd to id per lb, whilst scored and aloppy. in hearier weight also declined to the same extent. The Geelong Ifide, Skin, and Tallow Brokers Association report March 25 : Sheepskins.-Nochange; market firm. Green Skins (full wool) : Merino and Comeback to 120d, Coarse Crosabreds to 96d, Spring Lambskins (small to medium) to 56d. Pelts, mer & cbk, small to medium, to 48d; large and superior to fl6d; crossbreds, small to medium to 5.1, largo and superior to 724d each. Dry Skins : Merino and Comeback to d.td ; Crossbreds, to 7.~d; Spring Lamb skins, to 75d; Pelts (mer & cbk) to 7{d, short staples, merino, to O!d, weeily and d...

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Industrial Efficiency. Harris Series of Lectures. Workers' Attitude. "Fog of Suspicion. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 2 April 1914

industrial Efficiency. SHarrls Series of Lectures. Workers' Attitude. "'Fog of Suspilcion. -Mr Hagelthorn, Micislor for Public.Works, made the follow -Ing ,statement in Melbourne on Monday, evening'-'I was pro foundly dissatisfied with the .attitude taken up by the majority of those who represented the -workers' side in the discussion. which took place on the question of industrial efficiency on W\d-, nesday laist at the close of the IHarris series of lectures on this Important question. That atti tude appeared to be one of un founded suspicion. Mr Itampsoa, .M.L.A., stated that capital and labor were at daggers drawn, and diametrically opposed. To say there was diametrical opposition hetween the interests of capital and labor was, of course, teach ing syndicalism, or revolutionary trade unionism, whose object was to expropriato capital andto take possession of the means of pro 7duiw?tioo, and whose moethods to achieve that object included ----mltattol of utot, and the elimination o...

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 2 April 1914

" o . bMeet Iho'rnb16fl.I U mnw puttLu p my amouu l.U.MILLI II UoUgh, Asthma, and iIaeucthltltn Care (worth a UtiOtlhIt and Drugglut Gui neo a hnttlnl in tnttlrs. 1". 2K, U~ .1 8. per bottle O&OUtetrOun. SWEARS BY IT. S "My little grandchild Olive wans at-. 'tacked with bronchitis and nothing I. tried did her any good," says?Mrs. E. Beadelth, 186 Tanmoto a treet, Nowtowl, SN.Z. lHaving seon Cllamberliiei Cuollgi S Remedy ndvortieed an being most effec tire in the treatment of bronchitis I' thought I would try it. I did to and it ae herimm diato reliel fron the firet Now I swear by T hemberluites (Colugh Remedy." Sold everywlvro. -I-- - CtURE ýTATC IoC . ýNNINQ TON rNE E 1 Mother's 1 Friend. 1/- and withdtit Comb, 1/6. PEDIO POMADE tot the Head. titke.. Infteting Vermin Dead. One application )Deamtys Vermin,; Kills Tite, Hiie'JB8ete, CuaeI i aUemnd mske. Lth La. gro. thIek s1d stretg. Small 1l., Large 2s.. Extra Large 3/.' Also for Poultry, Song Birds, & Lire Stoo Har...

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CONDITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 2 April 1914

CONDITIONS. The winner of any Handicap after the declaration of weights to carry 7 lbs. extra, of two or more such races 10 lbs. extra. NOMINATIONS for all races must be tn the hands of the Secretary by 10.30 o'clock p.m. on SATURDAY, 9th MAY, 1914; or with Mr A. C. Holtje, Secretary Mount Gambier Racing Club; or with Mr A. H. Davies, Secretary WVarrnam bool Racing Club, up to 5 o'clock p.m. same date. All Nominations must be accompanied by the necessary fee, without which the nomination will not be valid. Entries by telegram must be confirmed in writing by first post, and nomination fee wired. WEIGIITS deolared for the first day's racing on FRIDAY, 15th MAY, or such other date as the Stewards may direct. Weights for all handicaps to be run on the second day's meeting to be declared after the first day's racing. Acceptances at scale. Trainers and Jockiee must produce their Licence from the V.R.C., and fall. ing such, no passes will be given' Ridere in all jumping events must pro eld...

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