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Farewell Presentation Rev W. E. Lancaster Honored. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 6 April 1914
Farewell Presieniiifiolif Rev W. E. Lancaster . :.. Honored. v:·ry ;iI tietilt !Inltnionr topl diare in thie. Methodist, pnurportquge on Vlrdlytt, when .memnbers of thl? C;$I. ,oi?oct?as sembl&Id to bid "Good.Bye'" to their di parting President (Rev W. E. Lancastir). Mr .V. Gerlinger (secretary) on behalf at tliheociety, expressed regret at their President's departure just prior to the 21st anniversary celebrations, when as a society they are stepping into their m* jqrity. They halid very happy associa. tions and profitable had been the lhours spent in the' meetings of the society, while nothinag had ocenrred that will catiso tlheir Idparthlzt minister anything hat preeitqi. m emories of tltbif nasltor. lion.; As ai soieity; 'tliey aiilny3 etitid loyally ,by tlheir Presidents.= Thetr eira eat prayer was that the Lord 'might richly3blega :Itim in Its new spllere of labor.' -. .Mr C. Growl-and Mr C:: Sjlrrell very ably sllpportedl Mir Gerlinger's remarkS., I:'fMr t?erlinger th...
Hamilton Stock Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 6 April 1914
lHmnilton Stock; Report. Fat Sliacp.-Tho supply was rather smnll and thli dnemand was strong throughout at lato rates, with an upward tendency at the close. Quotatio's: Prime crossbred eeos and wotlihrs, mixed to 20o/1; do, good, to 17/10' db, oewes, good, to 18/8; mixed merino owes and wetlhers, 12/; Iorino owes, 111/ ;nd a suinll pen of primeo, 16/0;.xld ninbs, prime, to 15/7 ; do, good, to U/10,'.... Store Sheop.--A moderato yarding -o abou;t 1100 were offered. y Stisfatory prices ruled, and Ithe fow lotsa issod were also, nearly all sold-privately.: Qno'-. tations:-Lincoln.woics 5 3yi old, i latmb to Lincoln and Border Loioaetel'7mus, to 17/7; erossbred caes, t.llth to''yrs, in Inilb to Lincolns, 17/; crossbred eneslt full inoullt, in Inatm to LTciiolns, 14/ crossbred ewes, mixed agId, in lamb tb iincolns, to 13/; romneback' owes nind wothers, mixed ages, in good condition,, 1.1/7 comeback owes,'5 yrs old, to 8/.4; do, in lamb to Lincolns, to 11/;.'cmeriuno wethers, thin, 2 and ...
The Premiers' Conference. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 6 April 1914
The Premiers' Con ference. This conference, which sat. in Mel holrne lost week, liha considered, some very important matters. The Ilaestion of State debts was disenssed freely, but no'deflnite determination was arrived at, the question being adjourned. Electbral Uniformity was added to :the agenda paper of the conference. After a long discuosion, it was agreed Ihat the Conference opprove of the re. presentation of Aostrdlia at thoe ?Pnnm Exposition. After a discussion-lasting over -four hours, it was decided:-That the States agree to refer to tohe Inter-State Com. mission the qulestion of a uniform rail way gauge, nnd if so, wheu and what gauge should be adopted.
Electors, Beware ! [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 6 April 1914
Electors, BeWare ! Federal electors are reminded that every person entitled to the Commonwealth franchise is re quired by law to enrol for the subdivision in which he or she lives and has so lived for a period of not less than one month. The acknowledgement card issued to every elector contains an intima tion that if the elector changes his place of living to another sub division of the division for which he is enrolled or to a subdivision of any other division, whether in the same State or not, he must, after he has lived for a period of one month in that subdivision, fill in and sign a. prescribed form of claim for transfer or change of enrolment, and send or deliver it to the electoral registrar for the subdivision. These forms may beobtained at any Post Office. As a result: of the State ele. toral canvass now in progress the registrars in Victoria have dis covered that a considerable num her of electors have changed their places of living by removing from the electoral subdivisi...
Ulster and Home Rule [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 6 April 1914
Ulster and Home-Rule It is thought that the Goveronment in. tends to pass the H[ome Rule ill as it stands, and then carry an ntiendingBill, embodying the exclhsion of Ulster for a period of six years. It isv understood 3Ministerialists andt Unionists are exam. ining the same plan providing for tie ex clusion of Ulster pending Federation or Devolhtioh. y Wire.] S . ELBOURNZ, This Day. A great Unionist Rally. was held at HIyde Park on Saturday. Despite heavy rain 22 probessiboin, representing 76 Lodges and constitueats, marched to the Park, where an enormous crowd swas addressed from fourteen platforms. The speakers inchlded 'ir Blonni Law and Sir Edward Carson. RIesolutions were passed protesting against the army being used against Ulster. M'r Asquith.has gone to Fifb for the by.eleelion. His progress from London to Fife has been marked by cordidl demonstration. Mir Asquith says he never felt.in better health, and in open. ing his campaign at Litlnbank said the army could be eounted ...
Paraffin and Long Life. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 6 April 1914
Paraffin and Long Life.. Much has appeared in the press of recent months on the virtues of purified paraffin for in ternal use, and ohemists report that a strong demand has set in, and that doctors are prescribing it suoaessfully. "Life" in its Apil issue quotes the views of leading medical men, and sup plies the endorsement of paraffin by the "British Pharmaceutical Journal," which states: "Liquid paraffin has been used in toilet preparations and nasal mbdica tion for some years ; but its use for internal purposes is of quite recent date. From buying one or two gallons a year the London hospitals are contracting for the supply of hundreds of gallons, using it for out-patients and in patients. It is in great demand also by medical men themselves," Its regular action on the intes tines as a lubricating oil has been responsible for this increas ed demand. Innumerable cases ofseemingly severe rheumatism have been rapidly cured by puri fied paraffin. Any reader who wishes to ex periment...
LATEST NEWS. MELBOURNE, This Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 6 April 1914
LATEST NEWS. MELBOURNE,; Thip Vidy. Frederick Gould was sentenced to si years' imprisonment'for espionage.. lie1 had urmy secrets in his possession, and le was sispecete of having disposed of theom to Germany. His wife was .dis. charged. Three men have been sentenced from I to 8 years in. Germany for selling gull secrets to France. "A London firm hans purchased uncut diamonds from German South "West, Afrien, worth one million poianls. The debate on the loader of the Op. position's mption that tih Mien.try in Trsmania had not the confidence of the House was concluded at a late hour on Wednesday. The Solomon Governm?nt was defeated by 15 to 14. On the motion of the Premier the House was adjourned until Wednesday evening next. A Labor hMinistry has been formed. An aviator named L. 'Des Moulinniu, lew. from Maldrid to Monaco, in France, a distatnce q'f 7 ft niles, in 16i hours; -7. The Taonse of Qongimon lias passed thie present. M-enhbero ' fill to prolifbit the exportation to the Cont...
Casterton Court of Petty Sessions. Roster of Justices. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 6 April 1914
Casterton Court of Petty Sessions, Roster of Justices. April 2--Messr Hughes and Davis. April 9-Messrs Smith,. Ross and Little. April 16-Messrs Somerville, Murrell and Jackson. April 23-Messrs Veitoh, Holmes and Miller. May 7-Messrs Smith and Murrell. May 14-Meosrs Hughes and Somer. ville. May 211-Mesrs Voitch, Ross and Car: mlichael. May 28-Messrs Holmes and Davis. June 4-Messrs Smith and Davis. June 11-Messrs Hiughes and Somer. viyle. June 18-Messrs Holmes and Ross. Junoe 25-Messrs Murroll and Veitoh. July 2-Messrs Smith, Hughes and Jackseon. July 9-Messrs Ross, Davis and Little. July 16-Messrs Somerville, Murrell, and Veltch. July 23-Messrs Holmes, Miller and Hughes. July 30-Messar Hughes, Smith and Carmichaelot.
ONE WORD IN TIME. Is better than two afterwards. chance to profit by another's experience. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 6 April 1914
ONE WORD IN TIME. Is better than two afterwards. A chance to profit by another's experience. It is a strango thing how people will put away. an opportunity until too late. It's only little things that go to make up our every-day life; the trouble is we don't pay suflicient attention to tliemn. lackache is a little thing. Sometimes it colles after n hard day's work, or a slight cold, "It will pasn off," you say, "it's only the result of over-taxing the back..' It isi't the fault of your back, but your kidneys. The excrtion of straining has interfor ed with their delicate mechanism. You call it baeknche, but it really is kidney ache. If the kidneys are not relieved, chronio disorders set ini, and .this is where.the little thing shiould not be passed over. - This woman has learned to Appreciate what delay means: Mrs. E. Walker, Lonsdale street. lHamilton. snys:-"Fourteeoon years ago I stated that Dnan's BacTiacho Kidney Pills had cured loo of kidney trouble. I have since seen that stat...
Casterton Post Office. Mail Arrangements. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 6 April 1914
Casterton Post Office. Maull Arrangements. Maila are loesed and are due at the Caslerton Post Ofle as under : NOn.--m, mean. morning; a, aftornoon, WApuley-Clone 8 m Tuestand Fri,du 6 a Wed nd fnat. Private bug: Eldorelie. Ararat-Clo.e every morning at 8 and 2.40 a Thurs ; doe 7.45 a Mao, Wed and 8.tt, 9a Tues and Fri, 1 l.e. and 7,45 a Thre.. Aduo--Ulose daily 8 m (Men excepted), duo 7.00 a aIon Tuns Wed and Fri, 1.30 a Thurs, ,a Bun. laUllarat-Close every morning at 8 a and 2.410 aThurs ; due 7.15 Ia Mon Wed and Sat, 9 a Tues anud Frli, 1 p.m. d 7.15 a Thera. tahgallh-Close 11 mit Tues, due 10.30 m Tuoa. Branxlolmo--Claoa every morning at 8 and 9.40 a Thure ; due 7.45 a Man Wed and Bat, 0 a Tues and Fri, l p.m. and 7.45 a Thurs. Brimboal--Cloua9 a Tuee Thur. and Sat; due 0.15 a Tuea, 8.15 a Tlhursand Bat. P'rivate bag: Manlo View. Carapook--Close every morning at 8; due 7.45 mdaily. Private bags: Rella Vista, The aums, Sprtagfiold, T. Carroll, Glengarry and durray',, Mon Wad Fri. ...
News in Brief. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 6 April 1914
News in Brief. As April 19-the day commonly given as th'at on which Captain Cook sighted the coast of Australia in the neighlbor hood of Rams Head, south.sast Gipps. land-will be a Sunday this year, Dis covery Day will be celebrated on Friday, April 24. At the State Schools the his toric associations of the day will be em phasised by lessons treating of the dis-. covery and exploration ef Australia. A movement is afoot to orgaaise a race meeting at Melbourne, in aid of the Adam Lindsay Gordon Memorial Fund. Senator Blakey, secretary to the com. mittee, states that there is about £350 in hand, but it is propoed to rlisoe the amount to £1000, if possible, for the pur. pose of erecting a monument on St. Kilda road to the memory of the great Australian poet and sportsman. SWEARS BY IT. '"My little grandchild Olive was at tacked with bronchitis and nothing I tried did her any. good." mays Mrs. E. Headlfen, 186 Tasman Street, Newtown, N.Z. "Having seen Chamberlain's Cough Remedy advertise...
Apsley. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 6 April 1914
Apsley. &nbsp; Mr and Mrs George Munn, sen., of Benayeo, suffered a severe loss in the death of their daughter Pearl, which took place at the Mundowa station on Tues- day night from heart failure following an attack of diphtheria. The deceased who was sixteen years of age, was a bright healthy girl and only complained of being ill on the Saturday prior to her death. The deepest sympathy is ex- pressed for the bereaved parents and relatives.
"NEDDY'S FOOTING IT NOW." [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 9 April 1914
"NEDDY'S FOOTING IT NOW." At certain railway station in the North of Ireland a farmer was wait ing for the train with a donkey he had purchased. On the arrival of the train at the station the farmc:| asked the guard where he would put the donkey. The guard, who was in a hurry, replied, "Put it behind," meaning to piut it into a horse van. Pat tied the donkey to a buffer and then got Intc the carriage himself. As the train was flying along at express speed Pat, turning to a com panion, said, "By gosh, boy, Neddy's footing it now!" The average Individual who sell: tickets in a railway station acts like a nihilist; but down in his heart hr feels himself nothing less than r czar.
Ended Happily. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 9 April 1914
Ended Happily. As the farmer's wife laid down the magazine that she had been reading and soulfully sighed, her husband glanced up from his newspaper. "What's the matter, Marla?" asked the old man. "Have ye finished that story?" "Yes, Henry," answered Maria, "Just this very minute." "I a'pose," said Henry, resuming his paper, "that it ended happy?" "Yes," answered alarla. "The beau tiful heroine got over a long spell of sickness, an', what's more, the story gives the name an' the price of the medicine what cured her." Men always think a woman Inter esting when they hear she is pretty, but they don't' think a woman is pret ty because they are told she is in teresting.
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 — 9 April 1914
Merino Races. ANNUAL MEETINC, taster Monday, April 13,.1914. PROGRAMME: To start at 1 o'clock. TRIAL HANDIOAP, of 10 aove., 1 eov.. out of stake to second horse. For all horses that have never won a stake exeooingl 0 sovae. on the flat -Distanse about six furlongs. Noniin atlon 6/. acceptance 4/. IHANDICAP PONY RACE, of 7 soves. ?:'For all ponies 14.2 and under.: Weight and distance handicap., Holghts must be givn at timne of; eitry. Ponies whoso helghts aro i given incorrectly are liable to be re.. i handicappod. About live frirlongs. Nomination7/. " MERINO HANDIOAP, of 25i sovs., 5 sove., out of stake to go to second S. aihoiee... The winner of any" handicap f:lt race after deoolartion of weights to carry 7lbe penalty, Distancte onoe mile. Nomination. 10/, acceptance.. HANDICAP HURDLE RACE, of. 25 ,soves, 5 sove. out' of stake to go to ,.second.horse. ThIe winder of any hlidleop hourdlo racu or'stobploohaso :after the declaration of the weights to carry 7lbs pionalty. About two mi...
Casterton Post Office. Mail Arrangements. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 9 April 1914
Casterton Post Office. MIti ' Arrtngemeutts. tagilne nrclaaednda are due at tile Caslnrtoa Post O[lco as under:- Nort.,--i, Ians moranlgng; i, nlteoauao, Apalley-Clo Bi i Tueand Frl, duo 6 a Wed and Sat. P'rinvate uag: Elderlie. Anrt--Close every morning at S and .40O a T"hurs ; dlue 71.5 a Mo, We and dgat,?0Ia Tte an Fri I p.m. atd 7.1 tIT Thur. da Ard,--Close daily 8 mi (Moil ocelted), due i.:l$ an Mo Tuee Wet and Fri, I.U0 a Tllhurs, Sit San. IdalllanL--Clan Ivtay mlerdineat8 0. and .:iO /15 aTau ; due 7.15 It MIo u Wead and Sat, Tuna .Iuod Fri. 1i.n, ,ad 7.15 a Thuras. 5hi( galIni ,-CI nc 1i an Ttas, dun 10.10 'rut. . - 11iraalxhuIow-Ciono every imoring at 8 and 2.4s0 Tl Thm; dla7.45 atMon , adWandn1 ;4i a Turn and lFri, 1pm. ianId 7.16.aThurttn. -lrialaoal--Clnaol) a Tan? Tlare' and Sat; duo 0.145 a Tuae 8.16 a TIauraltad Sat.- P'rivate La': WVando Vicw. ."." Cnrahoolt--Cloeua ev?ry mnrnlnig at B; ,lue 7.15 n dail. IPrinato Lga : Bella? Vlnt, h Tin, lulm, Spnufluld, T. C urroll...
News in Brief. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 9 April 1914
News in Brief. Thirty years or mnure ago the itunici pal fathers of Coleraine decided to line WVhyte-streot with gum-trees. In due coure they planted the young gums, one of ti, onlookers at the time, MIr James Blay, making the remark that some day the Council would call for tenders for grubbing and clearing Whyte.street. fhis prophetic remark has come true, forat the present time Mr Win. Barone is engaged in romoving these botanical reprosoutations of thie forest. The Pekin correspondent of the "Morning Post" has telegraphed that a Britishfirinhau obtained the concession for the construction of tile Nanking and Hunan railway. This is stated to be the most important concession over granlted to a Britishor by Chide. it etops the Japanese project for a railway from Fukion into the Yangtszo Valley, and secures British control of the most im portant lines in the Canton, Hankow and Shanghai triangle. Furthermore, British control of the entire Shanghai to Ningpo railway now seems only a ma...
Train Arrangements. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 9 April 1914
Train Arrangements. Train leaves Casterton 8.35 a.m., Sand lord 8.49, Henty 9.12, Merino 9.40, Graas dale 10.12, Miakito 10.25. Branxholme 11.15, arrives Hamilton 11.50. Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and " Saturday. Train leaves Hamilton 5 p.m.. Brax-r nolme 6, Miakite 6.13, Urasedals 6 30, Marmo 6.55, Henty 7.10, Bandford 7.25, arrives Casterton 7.45 Tuesday and Friday. Leaves Hamilton 6.5, Branlholme 7.15, Mlakite 7.28, Grasedalo 7.40, Merino 8.10, Heanty 8.25, Sandford 8.45, arrives Caster. ton 9. Thursday. Leaves Hamilton 10.17 sa.m., Brann holms 11.25. Orasedalo 11,53, Merino 12.17 p.m., Honty 12.29: Sandford 12.47, arrives Casterton 12.55. Leaves Casterton 3.10, Sandford 3.24, Henty 3.42, Morino, 4.2, Grasedale 410, arrives Branzhohin 4.55, arrives Hamil. ton 6.8 p.m.
Foul Breath. Misfortune for Man or Woman. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 9 April 1914
Foul Breath. MInPsforlllll for Macn or VWomanu. The old saying that "Distance lends enchantment" was never more aptly to the point than when applied to those people whose broeth is laden with evil smelling and offensive odours. Many persons appear most at tractive at a distarice, but pro duce a feeling of pity and disgust when close to, because of the con dition of their. breath. For in stance. it makes little difference how beautifql a woman may be or how charming her manner, if her breath is foul ; her charm is gone, and she is at a disadvantage whenever she comes in contact with otlher people. Foul breath in woman arouses in man a feel ing of repugnance and a desire to get out of the company of such a woman as quickly as possible; and even women will avoid her. It is, therefore, important for every woman who values her per sonal attraction to take such care of, herself that this unpleasant and unnecessary complaint is avoided or corrected.' .Dr Morse's Indian Root Pills will be f...
DON'T WORRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 9 April 1914
DON'T WORRY. The Plague went forth in the land, and one met him asking If he could stay his cruel hand. The Plague an swered that he meant to 'be merciful; he would only take five thousand from the earth. Some time afterwards these two met again. "So thou art a liar as well as a mur derer." said the other to the Plague; "thy five thousand meant fifty thou sand." "Not so," answered the Plague. "I took but my five thousand-Fear and Worry killed the others."