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The Royal Society of St. George. Casterton Branch. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 20 April 1914
The Royal Society of St. George. Canterton Branch. The annual meeting was held at the Mechanics' Institute, Casterton, on Friday night, the chair being occupied by the president, Mr J. E. Down. The annual report was read, nond was adopted on the motion of Mlssr.s Cornecy and Smith. The balance-sheet showed the receipts to have been £25/9/6, including £1817/ti from members' subscriptions, while the expenditure totalled £23/0l/6, leaviaia-n credit balance of £1/10. The election of ollicers resulted as follows :-President, MrrT R.T . Tyther. leigh : vice-presidents, M'essrs II. Rletchford and W. . .Fell; treasurer, Dr G. H. Skinner; secretary, Mr . .1). Gazzard; committee, Messrs W. R. Corney, .T. Walstab, F. tReed, G. Smith, J. E. Down, G. C. Lear, and A. J.: Fox, with l fr R. If. Bear as district repreo tentative for the.Wando Vale members auditors, Messrs G. A. Silvester nod.T. Henderson. The date of the festival dinner was fixed for Friday, April 24th, and a cam. mittee consisting ...
Bahgallah. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 20 April 1914
Bahgallai ii At the lahgallah State school on Wednesday evening last, Mr J.-lecIn tyre presided over a large asseinlage of residents in the district, most ofwhom were parenth of children atteniding the school. The occasion of theI gathering was to ido honor to M ? C;3M..Waters, who after some years service asn ' Hads Teacher: at this `schoil Wkas recesitly transferred- to Caraplook.; The chAir mail i ina king presentrtilo. Ito Mr -Waters of a' handsome silver-inou?ited smokers': otlitt;' express'ed for parenth the highest appreination of Mr \Vaters' success in the education of lthe children uider his care at hnhgnllsli and'3 Mbsirs 11; P Hedditoeh and W'. Haddeni cord ially endorsed the chalirmlan's i'renin'rkh referring to the general satisfaction 6f parents in the, district with the guestts' laborrstor the 'lienleit of their ehildr'? . MIr Waters suitably: aeknowlegeged tiso kindly appreciationi showia of his'nork and'the inv'arable courtesy rxtended to himby parents anld other re...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 20 April 1914
MA::. I.?EE IiBROS. There's None of the S Spider & Fly SBusiness ' about Us Tevmie none of the "any.lle-to etgyou.n, " policy with m, and the'.'. none of the "JoUllylad.to.t.oot" feelin with you. Not Ns: . y come In you're sorr to go out and leave so many other "seed thingse behind you. And there's always something fresher heroe than the freshest elsewhere. And our present figuras r e as -N& t all in the "An of LOW Priing?i You mny talk about other Motor Cyclea. You may argue from Mlorning till Night, BUT there's NO BETTER Motor Cycle than Malee Bros' Special Three and a Half H.P. NOTE Mr Harold Jackson's overland ride to Central Queens land from Casterton, on this particular make of Motor Cycle. This long ride has brought out to view the good qualities in the building and construction ot the Malee Bros' SPECIAL Motor, which speaks volumes for Motor and Rider. Agents for ROVER, PREMIIER, and other makes of Motors. 4. Males Bros' SPECIAL Motor, fitted with Precision o...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 20 April 1914
i Olent Line, of' Royal Mall Steamers. For London, via Adelaide, Fremantle (W.A.), Colombo (for India), Egypt, Naplss,tTouldn; Gibraltar, and Plymouth. * Le.ve fravo teatar. Ton.. MloIourno. Adelatdr. tOsova 12,036 Apl. 15 April 17 Oronles 9,028 Ap. 29 May 1 Orvieto 12,130 May 13 May 15 And fortnightly thereafter. The Steamers of the Orient Line are fitted with all modern and up-to.date ap plianoee for the safety and comfort of pssn . Paa?Sngecrs amr carried in il classe. Thlrd-clsas accommodation: -Sleeping room,' dining rooms, deck socomimodation, and cuisine a specilalty. Biound.the-World Bates, via Canada, U nitedrBtStl, Japan or South Afrira, ;quoted on applcation. lPle?asnorer busines tripe on the coast • '(to remstie Adelaide, Bydnby, orfrre. º_; : Z M4U4pW o iupp lrculats' pFe rom Say pirt may be prepald D.L. DO.WDELL, Branch Manager, $12 Collins Street, Melbourne. Local Agetltsi YOUNG BROS., Ceteorton. -'orftlad and. Melbourne - tesmeri Bail.ae ugder (weather and ,otheroalt...
Merino. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 20 April 1914
Merino. • RExciting play is in progress nightly between members of the Mechanics. Institute, engaged in a cribbage tourns ment for which Mr James Brebner has-, donated a handsome trophy as a prize. Much regeet is felt on all sides that Mr and Mrs lR. McEwen and family are leaving Merino to reside at Mt. Gambier, S.A. Their departure re presents a serious loss to the town and district, which can ill afford to lose such useful and worthy citizens. Another useful citizen has left us in the person of Mr A. J. Fox, who has gone to Portland. Mr Foxwas Presi dent of the Mechanics' Institute, also lion. secretary of the Rifde-Club, and will be hard to replace in connection with both institutions We have haind a visit during the past week from the Rev. B. Williams, now of Bacchus Marsh, and at present the guest of Mr John ,MeNicol, of Glen orehy. Mr Williams preached to a crowded congregation at the Presby tenan Church on Sunday morning of last week, and during his visit many of the friendsh...
Casterton News Printed MONDAY & THURSDAY EVENINGS MONDAY, APRIL 20, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 20 April 1914
Printed MONDAY & THURSDAY EVENINGS MONDAY, APRIL 20, 1914. "At the Council Table," including notes and comments on proceedings at last week's meeting of the Gleneig Shire Council is given on page 4 in this issue, together with Nareen news and other items. The marriage was celebrated by the sportev Father Ling wha this morning at the SChurch ofa the Sacred Heart of Mr Thomas Heenan (Mion of Mr L. Heenan, Muntham, to Misr Annie Perry, Salt Lake.o sumThe ta scheme for receiving etries for the thepony and hoiatioe events at the Caledonan Mont Saturday, April 25th. Mr Hutchinson (Mlnister for Agricol. tuAp) promised a municipal deputation at Beechworth on Thursday that he and Mr Lawson (Minister for Lands) would submit a scheme to the Government for the eradication of St. John's wort. Monday next (Eight Hours' Day), April27, has beengazetted a public holi day throughout Victoria. Last week's Victorian Government "Gazette" notifies appointment of Mr Walter Andrew William Kell, Cle...
Chetwynd Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 20 April 1914
Chetwynd RJaces. The annual pionlo meeting of the above was held at Chetwynd on Friday under pleasant conditions, and as usual, proved enjoyable and successful. "Results were asfollows: Trial Stakes.-Renarto 1, Lord Scott 2, Miski 3. Time 1 20. Chetwynd Handicap.-Daphne 1, Rig. gler 2, Sirius 3. Time 1.47. Pony Race.-Doreen 1, Vllettee 2, Kar ka 3. Time 1.9. ,Bush Steepleohase.-Wriggler 1, Sirius 2, Paul Dombey 3. Time 4.27. Flying Handicap.-Paotum Illicitum 1, Daphne 2, Regret 3. Time 1.3 2.5thes. Open Hack Race.-Silver Sheen 1, So crate 2. Time 1.7. SFarewell Haodicap.-terednuhtl 1, Ren arto 2, Pacotum Illicitum 3. Time 1.19W.
Hamilton Races. Entries and Weights. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 20 April 1914
SHamilton Races. Entries and Weigh ts.. Handicap Pony Race.-Jenny Broini,. 11.9; Coronation Day, 10.5; Jtmnar, 0.9; Lady Lonsdale, 8.12; Mliss Velocipede, 8,10; Lady Arden, 8.7 ; -Brilliant, Rol. unea, Kingaroy; 8.6; ;eryl, 8.;j .liBonio Mary, 8.1; Clover, 7.17; Lascelles, Uin Grey, 6.11; Little Vorn, Lady Cyamro; Queen Despised, 6.7. Hamilton Cup.-Sea Prince; 11.0; Sheriff Muir, 9.7 ; Whare, Planut - B]a, 8.11 ; M'Cnlloeh, Golden Princess, 8.7; Drex, 8.5; Mountain Oak, 8.3; Brazil, Skyollt, 8.1 ; Vodaki, 7.12; Asterbert, 7.10; Last Sheaf, 7.0; Miss Mferriang, 7.7; My Nance, 7.5; The Prune, 7.3 ; Parolles, 6.12; Venerror, Coronation Day, 0.7. Grangeburn; Hurdle Race.-Fulenmn, 11.12; Jack Ashlore, Black natlie, 11.7; Cranley Chnse, 10.;5 Chatter Boy, Knze, 10.3; Ballapur, 9.9 ; Nilkn, 9.5 nBathte, 0.3; XIioth, Scotlch Mixture, T.D.G., Dice Box, Kilora, 9.O. Dnndas. Steeplechase.-- ack Ashore, 12.7 i Cunch, 10,10; Cranlcl Clnse 10.7; Waisseen, 0.12;. Southerly, ?anrry Tar,. 9.7; W.;V....
Rifle Shooting. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 20 April 1914
Rifle Shotinig. At the Hamilton and District Rifle Union matches held. at Hamilton on Wednesday, D. M'Calman (Santdford Club) won the Winter Cooke match at 300 yds, pltting up the excellent acore of 48, A. Parfray (\[ncnrthur) and ?E. HIolmes (Bynduk) gaining . second and third honors with scores of 47 each. J. I'ussen (Merino) and It. MELLcllan (Sandford) each with .·1 took minor prizos, The Bennett match at 500 ydn was won by W. T. Boennett (Portland) with 411, T. W. Taylor (Colernine).with similar score being. second, and D. A. Iallam (Cavendish) with 48 takingtllird place. L. [M. Shearwood" and G. E. Nicholls (Sandford), J. tausson (MTerino) and A. MDonatld (Digby) each with 47, were also prizelakers. .The Rlobertson match at 600 yds was won by A. Parfrey (.D) iwith A. M'PDonald secondl and C. Jones (Ilarrow) third, each of the loiatter witlh 47 to credit ; J. Dyson (Sandford) with 4t1 being among the prize tnkers.
Rainfall Records. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 20 April 1914
RalnfaRil Records. Very welcome wias the heary down pour of rain 'that fell on Friday night, and no less no the subsequent showers that fell yesterday evening. Thie Fri. day night fall was apparently general, rain being reported from most parts of this distriot. At Canterton, Mr E. F. Hughes registered 70 points at the omficial gauge, and but a few points less were registered at Manfssrs Young Bros. in Henty-street, and at Mr W. E. Cleverdon's on Clifton Hill. With ro. gard to the later falls, hMr Hughes re corded 23 points (4 yesterday and 10 this morning) but Mesasr Youing Bros. hail only 11 points. Mr E, F. Hughes has records of rain. fall for the past three months as fol. lows :--January' 7, . February 10, March 88, total 1.54 inches. The total for the corresponding three months of last year was 4.04 inches. ' We have thns had since January 1 last, 2.40 or nearly S2 inches of rain loss than during the corresponding period of last year.
"Quo Vadis." Mechanics' To-morrow Night. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 20 April 1914
"Quo Vadis." Meclunmics' To-morrow Night. Leitch Pictures will present to the picture lovers of Casterton to.morrow night the great moving picture produc tion, "Quo Vadis." This is a film which, though perhaps it'is unnecessary to mention, has achieved the 'greatest success of any film produced in the world, transcending tin popularity oven such pictures as "Henry VII," "From Manger to Cross," and others which have had a special mission to 'perform. "Quo Vadis" has easily gained the roe i putation in the picture world of the "star of stars." The story in the main deals with the time of Noro, isud the inumber and variety of characters who I flit upon the screen is formidable, while s the whole production is one of stupendous I grandeur and effect. Gladiators and lions vie with each other in providing sensation, miracles are apparently 5wrought, and whilte the Christians are I thrown to thie lions leisured and Ivoluptuous society gazes on indolently in enjoyment of the singular entert...
Casterton Post Office. Mail Arrangements. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 20 April 1914
Casterton Post Office. Mail Arrangements. Malls areclosed and are due at the Castirton Posnt Ome asunder :-? nor-n--m, mrano morning; a, Lafternoon.I Apsloy-Cloao Bin Tuneand Fri, duo 6 a Wed and Sat. Private bog: Eldrslie. Ararat--Clueo every morning at 8 and 2.l0n I Thur ; dun 7.45 a Mon, Wed andSet, 9 a Tuens and Fri, I p.m. and 7.15 4 Thurs,. Ardno-Clono daily 8 a (Mol exceptedd), dou 7.00 a Mion Tuoe Wed and Fri, 1.30 a Thurs, Sa suno. Ballalrat-Closo nery noorling at tl aand 2-10 a Thurm; due o7.15 a Mlo Wed and nat, 9 a Tuean aud Fri, 1 p.m. and 7.48 a Thurs. Babgallah-Cloao 11 in Tius, duo 10.?2n c Tues. Branxholme--Cloros every morning at 8 nnd 2.40 a Thirs ; duo 7.45 a Moo Wed and But, 9 a Tuoes and Fri, 1 p.m. aid 7.40 Tlho,. lrimbonl-Close9 a Toes Thurn and Sat; duo 6.45 a Toes, 8.18 a Thuranod Sat. Private bag : Wanlo View. CaCrapook--CIooo every amorning at 81; duoe 7.4:tmdall.-. 'rivate baga: Tlani Vista, Tihe Gums, Bpnagnculd, T. Carroll, Gleltgarry and lUrrsy't, Mon...
Randwick Races. SYDNEY, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 20 April 1914
Randwick Races. IBY WIRE.J SIYDNEY, Satirdny. Rois Hlnndieop.-Christiiit Brother 1, Simon Fresco 2, -eck's aIger 3. 9 to 4t the winneri; . Plate Handicnp.-Matourieo?".; Ale conner 2; Erunsella 9. 106 to 1 the ii. Second Steepleehase. Don t,'9.0, 1.; The M?isbr, 11.8, 2; Fiddtlestring, 11:10; 1. 10 to 1 the winner, A.J.C. Plate.-Cagon ], Anrofodina 2, Lilyveil 3. 10 to 1 the winner. ., Second Nursery; Handicap;-r?Gi~- , Carlita 2, Velours 3.- 16 t"?1 the 'in. nor. Final Handicap.-Malthuisian 1, Suinh lite 2, Linderon 3. 10 to 1 the winnter.
News in Brief. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 20 April 1914
News in. Brief. - The doubling of the betting tax in Ger many is estimated to yield .£1,000,000 to the Imperial Treasury and £250,000 to the revenue of the federated States. Sheafer, who broke his neck in thIe Amateur Steelilechase at Oakbunk o,, Easter Monday, was an aged gelding by the Harvester-La Reine. He was the property of the Messrs O'Connor Bron.. and had been racingaround Mount Gam. bier for one tinme with fair success, his principal win being the Mount Gambier Hunt Club Cup In 1911. BOUGHT A BOTTLE. "I had paines n moy legs which the doc tor said was rheumatism," writes Mr Robt. Cochrane, Builder, Wahnlha. N.Z. "His lotion did me no good and. I suffered nrnsery. 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." The opening of the Panama Canal will make the utilioation of the immense Iron ore deposits of Coquimbo a commer...
SPORTING. Epsom Races. MELBOURNE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 20 April 1914
SPORTING. :-: : Epsom Races. [BY IR : [BY W'R.I E.] MELBOURNE, Saturdasy. First Division Handicap.-All Red,.8.0 1; Msaltgunrd, 7.13, 2; Culma, 8.12,3. 10 to 1 the winner. Second Division Handicap.--s Malva csoous, 0.8, 2; Tintogel, 8.2,;' Troapid, 7.7, 3. 8 to 1 the winner. Handicap Brush Steepleclase .-Altar' Boy, 10.1, 1; MIoroka, 10.0, 2; Mtston, t d.12, 3; 10 to 1 the winner, . , , . Third Division 1fandieanp.-M y in?g, 8.0, 1; Ailloo, 8.6, 2; Ndwboie, 8.3, :. t I to 1 the winner,. i Epsom lihandiecap.-Little Friar, .7 r 1?; Third Best, 8.0, 2; Duel ,:.102, 3. to 2 the wiliner. .. , . , Hlighweight Handicap.- ssambi;lisg 1 Belle, 0.3, 2; Radiator, 8.,: 2; Lord k Dudllse. (1.10t. 8. 7 to t in dthe sinn,?o,
Train Arrangements. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 20 April 1914
Train Arrangements. Train leaves Casterton 8.35 a.m., Sand ford 8.49, Honty 9.12, Marino 0.40, Grass dale 10.12, Miakite 10.25, Branxholme 11.15, arrives Hamilton 11.50. Molnday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday. Train loavoes Hamilton 5 p.m., Branx nolme 6, Miakite 6.13, Granedale 630, Merno 6.55, lIenty 7.10, Sandford 7.25, arrives Castorton 7.45 Tuesday and Friday. Loaves Hamilton 6.5, Branxholno 7.15, Miaklte 7.28, Grassdalo 7.40, Morino 8.10, Henty 8.25, Sandford 8.45, arrives Casteor ton 9. Thursday. Loaves Hamilton 10.17 a.m., Branx holmo 11.25. Grapsdale 11,53, Morino 12.17 p.m., Henty 12.29. Sandford 12.47, arrives (fasterton 12.55. Loaves Castorton 3.10, Sandford 3.24, Ienty 3.42, Morino 4.2, Graosdale 4.30, arrives BIranxholmo 4.55, arrives Hamil. ton 6.8 p.m.
Casterton Court of Petty Sessions. Roster of Justices. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 20 April 1914
Casterton Court .of Pettyr Sessions. Roster of Justices. April 23-Measira.Veltchi Holme anid Miller. May 7-Mesars Smith and lurrell. Mainy 14-Meseare :Hughee'andr Somer ville. Vaitub Rena and IMay 2l-Mesere Voiatch Rosa. nd Car rumichael. May 28-Mesras Holmes and Davia June 4-Mesars Smith and.Davlis.?: - June 11-bMesars Hughes and timer ville. .. June 18-Maeenr Holmos and Roea. June 25-Meanre Murroll and Vaitch,a, July 2-Meenr Smith, 'Hughes and Jackson. July 9-Meaers Rose, Davis and Little. July 16-Meesrs Somerville, Murrell, and Veitch. July 23-Meeare IHolmes, Miller and Hughes. Jnly 30-Mesare Hughee? Smith and Carmichael.