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News in Brief. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 16 April 1914
News in Brief. On Tuesday night, a young nan, Al. fred Darlington Keane, 20, living at Carlton, NewSouth Wales, was playing billiards with Stephen Fox, 25, when an argument arose as to who was the better player. A souffle ensued, and Kennesud denly dropped to the floor and expired. Keane had been in the doctor's hands for some time. Fox was arrested. BOUGHT A BOTTLE. "I had pains in my legs which the doc. tor said was rheumatism," writes Mr Robt. Cochrane, Builder, Waimiha, N.Z. "His lotion did me no good and I suffered misery. I saw a friend using some liniment which he told me was Chamberlain's Pain Balm and offered me his bottle to try it. It did me so much good that I bought a bottle myself and was soon free of all pains." As the result of an affray which took place on Saturday on the Norwegian barque Bolgan, the- boatswain, Oscar Andersen, was admitted to the Balmain hospital, Sydney, suffering from a bullet wound in the back. Another member of the crew has been arrested in con...
Potato Crops. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 16 April 1914
SPotato Crops Since "there is something not alto. gether displensing to us in the mis fortunes of our friends" according to a famous French philosopher, potato. growers in thfis district would probably find consolation, if-not comfort, in look ing just now at the potato crops in and bhout the bliet approved potato lands in the Bu goree land adjacent localities. All through, the paddocks in. the parts referred to,.tlere"wnas the very poorest f showing last week, gaps many and wide in almost every row of potatoes, and every surface indication of but meagre yield of tubers. -Growers in our own district are naturally by no'means satisfied with the results of this season's cultivationu of potato fields, but few of their crops appear to have turned out so badly as a majority of those elsewhere in Victoria, even in districts that have long been noted for their heavy growth of such produce.
WINTER IN ARCADY. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 16 April 1914
WINTER IN..ARCADY. Is It months or years, dear Kitty, Since we left the murky city, (The rain is wanly dripping through the plaster in the hall), And our wand'ring foot.teps rested In the shade of this sequestered Little cottage with the jasmine cllng ing coyly to the wall? When we found this haven, dearie, We were pleasure-cloyed and weary, (The wind is softly sobbnlg through the panels and the lath). I considered it rheumatic; But succumbed to your ecstatic Approbation of the streamlet at the bottom of the path. There like Rosalind in Arden You disported in the garden Till the sunset crowned the willows with its golden aftermath; And we watched the aspens quiver. Yes, I felt the timbers shiver; ('Tis the summer-house a-cruising up and down the garden path.) How we dallied with the Ihours 'Neath a canopy of flowers (Another prize chrysanthemum's gone crashing by the beam). But these sylvan joys are fading And tonmorrow we'll be wading To the city through the pathway at the bottom o...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 16 April 1914
STATE SAVINGS BANK OF: VICTORIA LOANS ON EASY TERMS.:' A' : up to, three fifths of valuation. ON -BROAD:-`: :n ·;j--~ACRES .- - ..'£2. ' -000to £250000 ON TOWN- PROPERTIES : .:. .; ..'.:£600 to. £25000 for a term of S or 5years with option of. paying D off a portion on any pay day. I:..nterest 5 per cent. CREDIT FONCIER LOANS up to- two thirds of valuation. ON FARMS.. .: ?.. ...... ........... 50. to £2000. 'Repayable by'-Instalments spread over 30 years, with interest at 5 per cent. Security may be either Freehold, or Crown Leasehold that could be made Freehold at any time on" payment of the balance of Crown Rents. ILoans may be granted for the purpose of purchasing the land -taken as security, or paying off existing liabilities thereon, paying Crown Rents, improving, developing, or carrying on the farm, purchasing stock, machinery, etc. ON COTTAGES. VILLAS and SHOPS ...... ....£50 to £1000. Repayablo by Instalments spread over 190 years, with Interest at 5 per cent. Foil :1 No Cha...
Pluck In Defeat. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 16 April 1914
Pluck In Defeat. A recent Socialist candidate said of his doiefeat: "At any rate we put tp, we Social Islts, a bravo If hopeless fight. And now. in our defeat. we are ns cheery os the traveller. He bought a ticket, L-d then, going out on the platform, said: "'tow soon does the train start?'" "'Whyi, there she goes now,' said it station hand. 'You've Just missed her.' S"ri'he traveller leapt on to tie line and set out inc pursuit of the train with all his might. Dut In two or three minultes he camle trudging back over the iies. "A laughing crowd had gathered, and tilhe station hand said: "'Well, did yello catch her?' "'No.' said the traveller; 'but, by jingo, I made her puff.'" "Cassell's" for April-the largest magazlpe in the world-Is Just issued. There is the same wonderful value, the repeated wonder of fine subjects and favorito writers as In previous nulAbrs.; Warwick Deoping. Olive Wadsley, II. O. Wells, Radcliffo Mar tin, and a host of other well-known authbrs contribute to thi...
PARIS—A SYNONYM OF YOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 16 April 1914
PARIS-A SYNONYM OF YOUTH. Paris when your skies are graying, how many of us know you? Do we know your Rue du Pont Nouf, with its silent melodrama under thie dawning heavens-or do we know only the farce of your Montmartre? Do wesee the laughter in dancing eyes in the Rue Mouffetard-or. in the revel of your Saturday night, do we see only the belladonna'd leer of the drabs in the Place Pigalle? Do we know the romance of your peoples-or the ro mance of your restaurateurs? WVhich? I wondor. Paris has changed. It isn't the Paris of other days, you say; and Paquer ette, little Easter daisy, little flower of France-little Paquerette Is dead. Andt you are old nowi and married. and there are the children to look ohut for-they're at the school age - and life's quondam melody is full of rests and skies are not always as blue as once they were. And Paris, four thousand' miles beyond" the seans Paris isn't what it it used to be! But Paris is. For Paris is not a city-it is Youth. And Youth never d...
Wedding Bells. Templeton—Rigby. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 16 April 1914
Wedding Bells. Templeton--Rlgby. A social event of interest to a large number of people in this district took place at the Methodist Church, Cole- raine, on Wednesday, April 8, when Mr Francis John Templeton was married to Miss Violet Brough Itigby. The bride. groom is fifth son ofMrs Templeton, and the late Mr Thomas Templeton, "Mun them Mains," Coleraine, and the bride seeoud daughter of'Mr and Mrs J. S. Rigby, Coleraine. The bridesmaids were Miss Florence Rigby (sister of the bride, and Miss Flossie Templeton (sister of the bridegroom), while Mr Walter Templeton was best man, and Mr Harold Rigby, groomsman. The ofliciating minister was the Rev. W. C. Thomas, who presided later at the wedding breakfast,.where a large num ber of guests were entertained. Among many costly. and handsome wedding presents were a rose bowl and hot water jug presented to the bride by teachers and scholars at the Coleraine Methodist Sunday school, at whicl she was a valued helper..
Australasian Wool Exports. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 20 April 1914
Australaslan' WVool Exports. From let July, 1913. to 31st March, 1914, compared with same period previous year. Compiled by Dalgety & Co., Ltd., Melbourne. tates. 1018.11. 191-2.1. Inc. -Dec. V cloro 176,148 119,657 60,702 N..W. 792,,60 720,017 72,04 oueenl'nd 220,900 100,561 80,036 S.Aus. 140,123 101,881 19,?0? W. Aus. 64,786 65,123 840 Tasanla 21,016 21,520 812 Total 1,788,540 1,88,179 209,17118,810 Naw Zsel'd 410,174 442,871 1,897 Auetralaeln Totals 1,221,114 9,031,050 209,171 15,707 Net inorease 193,464 bales, Considerable quantities of wool grown in some States are shipped from others, therefore the above figures do not show actual production, but total oversea ship ments. Westrallan figures for March estimated.
Secrets of a Complexion Specialist. A Simple Prescription by Which a Specialist Quickly Restored Hundreds of Ruined Complexions. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 20 April 1914
Secrets of a Complexion Specialist. A Simple Prescription by Which a Speciallt Quickly Restored HLlunreds of Ruined Com. plexionms. At a recent conference of specialists an Interesting discussion took place in regard to the ways and means for beautifying and removing bad complexions, and the experts in this line all agreed to the great value of what is known among specialitse as Floxoin Lotion. A well known skin and complexion specialist present gave some wonderful instances of cases where his patients had restored their disfigured complexions in an exceedingly short time by applying this lotion, which consists of two ounces of rose water, one drum of Tincture Benzoin, and two ounces Flow. ers of Oxzoin, and can be prepared by any bhemist, many of whom keep it put up ready for use under the name of Floxoin Lotlon. Ht advised tile application ol the lotion night and morning with a soft cloth or sponge, and said that he had never known it to fail in remarkably im proving the complexio...
Nareen. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 20 April 1914
Nareen. The concert given on Wednes day, April 8, at the Nareen hall in aid of the Casterton Hospital was a pronounced success. There was a net profit to the substantial amount of £10, for which the hospital authorities will be in debted to the Nareen friends who promoted the entertainment. Re ceipts included £1 9s collected by Mr Stewart. Or. Constable oc cupied the chair, and an excellent programme was presented by local residents and visitors from Coleraine. Supper was provided by district ladies, and at the dance which followed music was supplied by Mr A. Clarke and others, while Mr D. Munro acted as M.C. Special thanks are due to Mrs Stewart, who rendered in valuable assistance in con nection with the function.
At the Council Table. Notes and Comments. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 20 April 1914
At the Council Table.I Notes and Comments. There was mystery in the air during the few days immediately antecedent to the date of last week's Council meeting. Hints were given on all sides that "something was going to happen." Yet no one seemed to know, or at all events cared to say, what that "something" vas. This was of course with reference to the con flict of interests that has been dis closed, with respect to the two proposed sites for municipal sale yards that has for weeks past been subject of animated discus sion wherever two or three of the many hundreds interested came together. But when the matter came up for discussion at the Council table there was little or no excitement, though no lack of interest. Cr Koch had, it seems, inadvertently referred the motion (that he wished to rescind) to a wrong date. Cr Ross is, as we all know, 1 too strong an adherent to cor- 2 rect procedure, to let a little mis- e take of this kind escape his not- a ice. He was careful to point out t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 20 April 1914
7 To Meet the Time.--1 am ow patt asap my hlatifaen I.G .ERILLU cough, Asthma, and Hionoeblts Oure (worth a hemst and Druggist Guinea a bottle) I? Bottles. Is. as, and 1k parbottl? Gasterton. * FOR YOUR HEALTH AND WELL BEING. "NATURES T h1A 1R (fl( PLEASANT AND LAXATIYV" GT.NUlb A delightful liquid laxative, and the only true remedy for labitual constipation and the many ills resulting fromt a weak or sluggish condition of the kidneys, livier, and bowhls. Pleasant to the taste; and prompt, gentle, and thorough in action. Sol~d throughout Au.trllsAIn two Lsizes. 1'3 ad 0lit. PILES: Piles rarely kill, but they cause oa. stant torture.- This is especially true in tlh oase.O l thosena ho are ever. so slightly 'constipated. Piles can be quickly and permanently cured, with out pain, cutting,, or: detention from business. This has been proved in thousands of cnsea in both sexes, and of all ages, and in the very worst as well as in ordinary cases. No one who has not sulfered the torments of...
Digby. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 20 April 1914
Digby. The St.T ohn's Church Sunday School picnic and cencert came off on Wednes. day last. Children, parents, and friends assembled at the Recreation ground in the afternoon, when the usual games were indulged in, refreshments being dispensed to all comers. At the con. cert in the evening, the Foresters' Hall was crowded to the doors. For some time before, Rev. E. Schwieger, who presided, bad been training the children for the cantata and other stems rendered and which were given with fine scenic effect. Other numbers were also given by local talent and visitors from Mferino and Casterton, who materially helped the programme and to whom our thanks are rendered. At the conclus ion of the concert prizes were dis. tributed by the Vicar to those entitled. Specials were awarded to Cleave and Catherine Cooper and M. Burgess, R. Burgess, A. Burgess, L. Burgess and E. Burgess for regular attendance during the year. Cash proceeds of the enter tainment which was given is in aid of Church bui...
Valedictory Social. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 20 April 1914
Valedictory Social. At Christ Clnhurchl Parish HIall onil Tlhursday night, the Vitel of Christ Church, 1lev . Stillwell, II.D, pre sided over a nulfnroun assemblnge, in. eluding members of the Chh,r'h Choir, Girls' Friendly Society, .YOi?g MeIn's Club, Tennis ClOb, annl reprn::etatioi es of the Sunday School, vwho habtt ltnoeto gethor to entertain a popular fritnd asnd associate in Mr Percy Crowess, owho is leaving Castorton with a view to Impt ing fortune in Melbourne. Dit)iig the evening Mr It. Bolton (Superinoltedent) on behalf of the Sunday Soleol, the 1rev. C. It. Chalmers for the Chair,; and Mr Basil Lyndon for the Young \Men's Cinannd thoe Tennis Club expressed re gret felt by members of.all these organi sations (: (aith hch r' Crowe lhai been identified) at losing from among .them a friend with whom t'iey had long been assoeinted, and n fellow member, who had been so helpful andt successful in assisting to carry on the work of the various bodlies attached to Christ Church. A...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 20 April 1914
To Meet bh Tiames I o.w psag sp my Mamaoi i M. K.ILLR Uoungb-1atlfbma and BDoncbltie Cure (worth a Chemist and Drugilet OGinea a bottle) in Bottles. RI. ie, and 8e per bottle Oasterton. WORLD-FAMED HATS For Durability and Distinctive Character in Style. Stocked by;H. & 6. Harris, District Agents. HARRIS General Merchants AND Importers, CASTERTON . AUTUMNA. AND WINTER GOODS In All Departments. First Grand Display Of Up-to-Date and New Season's Goods ON. Monday, March 16th And !Following Days.. W:i e Cordially: Invite Inspection. H. & G. Hrii ;rCAST ERTO N. New Season's Goods To Hand at Spendlove's We have pleasure in in. forming our numerous friends that our New Season's Goods are to hand, and, will be on Show during: the next few days: The Latest -Felt, Hats Charming Millinery You Lovely Furs Tailor-Made Costumes Are Dainty Collars Invited to New Shape Corsets -Handsome Dresses Inspect WVarm Coats &c., &c. A We have no hesitation Call in stating that ...
Our Optic Organ. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 20 April 1914
Oulr Optict Organll. The eye, though one of the mnot Imnort ant orgoan of thoe body, probably ullTers from neglect more than any other. Simnll troubles, eanily corrected in the hbginling when'neglected quickly develop Ilto sor tolleo alhnets. The organism of the eye in so delicate and no rnosely tllied to the nervous system. that symptthetic action follows, and the general health beoroncs impaired. If you expriollnce the least trouble with your eyce you would rio ,olL to contsult Mr S. hI. Ahotoniey. the wtll known opticiann. who will hein Clnstertlol on Thursduy and Friday, April 23rd and 24th, and may be consulted at the Costeor ton Hotel.
Casterton Golf Club. Annual General Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 20 April 1914
asteirton Golf Club. Annual General Meeting. - In the absence of the President, one of the Vice-Presid?nts, Dr F. A. Deravin, occupied the chair at-the annual meeting of members of the club held on Thursday night last at Grant's Albion Hotel, till called away temporarily on other buns iness, when Mr N. A. Peebles presided in his place. RRPoar AND BALANCE-.Sn.Rr. The report for the past year as under, together with detailed balance-sheet, as circulated among members, was pro.e sented: The Report and Balance-Sheet for Season 191.9 are now submitted. The Receipts from all sources are £76 4s 4d, anid the Expenditure £89 Ois id, which after allowing for thecash in Bank at be tinnrig of Season leaves a credit balance of £4 2s id, We would like to draw the mem. hers' attention to the finances of the Clhtb. For comparison, the various amounts makingup last year's balance. sheets are also shown this year. The Annual Tournament resulted in a loss, mainlyowing to a falling off of the entries, ...
Casterton Methodist Church. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 20 April 1914
l U.slterton Mlethodist Church. :Thie thity;soeventh anniversary of the above Church was held yesterday, when BoevEdgar Blake, the newly appoinited minister to the circuit, conducted ser vices in tlhes oraing and ovening. lMore that ordinary interest was manifested in the opening addresses of Mr Blake, who created a distinctly favourable impres. sion, fully endorsing the high recom. mendations spoken in his favour by those whom he has worked amongst in the past. SMr Blake's text in the morning was takeni from St. Matthew, xri. 18: " Upon this rock will I buildl My Church." lfe opened by asking-"Why lhas the Christian society stood while ill others have failed ? The Society founded by Christ ehad passed through 'bitter persecution, yet remained as fresh and full ans ever. This was because of its foundatiou-.Tesns Christ llimself. His disciples had been under Christ's tuition for three years, and in answer to I[is enquiry Peter was able to. say "Thou art the. Christ, the Son of the li...
LATEST NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 20 April 1914
LATEST NEWS. An extraordinary' railway accident happened outside Goulburn in N.S.W. yesterday morning owing to the connect ing rod breaking on the, second engine and failing on the line. The second car riage was derailed and dragged twomiles. At Joppa Junction, one end of the car riage ran on the up and the other end on the down line, and the carriage ran a distance of 60 yards broadside on. 'Ih'e other portion of the train, owing to the couplings breaking, ran down an incline towards a dead end, but when smash ap ponred inevitable, the couplings between two carriages broke. causing tihe Westinghouse brake to act, and pilling tiho runaways up. Had the carriages dashed into the dead end they would cer tainly have been precipitated into a creek. The Ulster Unionist Council has issued a statement dealing with alleged orders of the war oflice to seize arms. The Ulter statement details disposition of 25,000 troops which were to be sent north, and also states how Lieuteonant General Paget...