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Casterton Post Office. Mall Arrangements. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 23 April 1914
Casterton Post Office. Thloll Arruaagewesita." " Mailsaare ioed aad are due at (th a.alerrtuu Po't Oettlee aud u er; Noul.-m, uruent mornirg; a, Itteruoun. Apeley-Cloe ,8 , Tuersud Fri, due Ir a Wed: and Sat. 1'rivate bag: Eldttel. i Ararat--Clo? every moruing .t, 8 a.d.lO 2.10 Thur ; due 7,40 a ouu, Wed and St, 9a Tue. 4 au Fri, 1 p,u. anud 7,45 a-Thurs. - Arduo--Cluu daily 6 rum (uoo excepted, due 7.30 a Meou Tuee Wed and Fri, 1..J a 'hurd, II Ouu. 6 a. Sun. I Bllrat-- lu.en everly mornuing at 8 a aud 2.10 a Thuc ;: due 7. 3 a Ilttu Wed lid Sat, a Tues aud FLi, I p..n, and 7.4 a Thure. lahgalleuh-Cl-uee it Tunos, due 10.30 ru Tues. Bruuiholme--Clue every mrntLng at 8 and 2.40 a ThLur; diue 7.4i ar M.on Wed and Sut, 9 It Tuesnd Fri, I p.e. and 7.45 ? Thure. Brimbo--Clo?uo U a Tuvu Thur. ud Sat;l due 6.45 a Tue., .43 a l'hurseaud Sat. Private bas : Wauds View. Carapook--Close every morning at . ; due 7.4 mdailty. Private huge: Bells Vista, The GOums, Springfield, T. Carroll, Olungar...
News in Brief. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 23 April 1914
News 'in Brief." 10, During shunting operations at the Central Railway etation. Sydney, on Sunday, a train of empty passenger care crashed into a dead end. The buffer rails were smashed, and a portion of the train mounted the platform and orashed through the wooden screen or the plat. form. Twoof the' foremost carriages were practically telescoped, and other damage was done. It is eetimated" that repairs will cost closeupon £2,000. Hap pily no person was injured. The Commonwealth Gazette contains a notification that the Executive Council has approved of the retention of national regiments in the militia forces. This practically disposes of Senator Pearce's motion against the re-eetablilhment "oi these regiments.? B3UGHT A BOTTLE. "I had pains in my legs which the doc tor said was' 'rheumatism," writes Mr Robt. Cochrane, Builder, Wainiiba, N.Z. "His lotion did me no good and I suffered misery. I saw' a friend using some liniment which he told mse was Chamberlain's Pain Balm and offei...
A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 23 April 1914
At the fortnightly meieintg of the Casterton branch A.N;A. held' on :Tues. day night, the President, MIr A: Martin, in the chalir, it was augeed to start the annual skating season an Thlursday night next, and Messrs G. Edrich,'.A. ýfei Dof?ald duid J. MTalntyre agreed to eaon& duact the skating, nid foraterly; but it ano suggested that afsisltance should be given them by other members attending to net as doorkeepers, etc. It -was ar. ranged tlint suich mnember.i as chn do so attend at thie Hill:todoianorow tFridnay) night tonassist in putingtlig, thie sntes ti order. . The Secretary reported that .Mosrs McDonald and Edrich, who lind been, appointed to deal with such matters. had agreed to let the lodge rooni to Mfiss McPhlerson for the purposes of her school at 2s tld per week...This action was approved, and it. was.left in the haids of this committee to arrange with Miss MlePherson terms for use also of thie plano. The syllabus item for the evening was competition for a med...
Court House Business. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 23 April 1914
Court House Business. Business at the Casterton Court of Petty Sessions for the quarter ending 31st March, 1914: Debt.cases, 57. Drunkenness, 3.: Breaches of Licensing Act, 1. Breaches of Education Act, 6. Other offences, 3. Licences and Certificates granted, 5. Fraud summons, i. Maintenance cases, 1. Attendance of Magistratee- Messrs E. Williams (P.M.);3; ;E. F. Hughes, 17; J. W. Murrell; 6; A. E. Smith, 5; G. K. Veitch, 5; A. E. Davis, 3 ;:T.' Soierville, 3; J. Ro.es, 2 ; J. Little, 2; R. C. Mil ler, 1; J. Holmes,'1.
"News" Circulation. Rockhampton to Birkenhead. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 23 April 1914
"Newws' Circulation. Rockhamp'ton to Birken hIead. The wide circulation of the "CArTER. Toy NOTws," and consequent great value of this journal as an advertising mediums was illustrated by the almost siamulltn. eolis receipt-of two communications from widely separated parts of the world, each stating that the writer was moved to send his letter through unexpectedly coming across a copy of the paper. The first came from Rockhampton, Queens land, and was written by a resident in this district who was then at Rochamp. tenon a visit. Ito wrote stating tlat on April 4th, hle lid been greatly surprised on picking usp a paper in the street, to find that it was a copy of "The Casterton News," Marchl 23rd, and added, "this shows that your paper travels a long way from the printing office." The other letter came from a much more distant locality--Dirkenlhead, Cheshire, England -and was written by Mr W. A. A. urray, who was editor-alanager of the "News" in the infancy of this journal, while it ...
Welcomed. Rev. E. Blake. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 23 April 1914
Welcomed.. lev. E. Blake. There was a large assemblage at the Methodist Church on Tuesday night, of dteldbors di the congregation and other friends, who very soon nimad it apparenit that they unanimouisly intended to make the w-elcome ,of,the Rter. I. Blake, his ollother Mrs Blake, his sister and brother ---which was the occasion of the gather. ing-something more than a merely for mal matter. This was further demon strated as the programme of welcome proceedings was developed lit coilnslmma. lion of its details. There was showln, in short, all througlh the evening a spirit of pleasure in meeting M.r Bloke and his relatives that was complimentary to the newcomers, and no less evidence pf kind. liness of disposition on the part of their entertainers, that showted an attraelion of the one palrtys tohe other, on firkt im pressions; wlich promises well of the happiest relations between miniister and congregation in the future condlset of the Church work. atr E. F. Iughes occupied the elh...
GIRL'S HANDS AND FEET COVERED WITH CHILBLAINS. "SHE WOULD CRY FOR HOURS WITH THE PAIN." REXONA QUICKLY CURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 23 April 1914
GIRL'S IHANDS AND FEET COVER. ED WITH CHILBLAINS. 'SlTE WOUI.D CItY FOIL IlOIrLq WITII TIlE PAIN." REXONA QUIOKLY CURES. "My little girl Ruby had her feet and hands covered with chilblains for weeoks. There were big blisters all over her itet. The poor child lused to ory for hours with the pln. lhe 0oourl not put her boots on.' writes Mre fnel Reiffel, 85 tumffray.etreelt, Ballarat F, Vie. 'I tried all serte of ointments to make them heal, but they seemed to be getting worse. One day I was recommelnded to try Rezona on them. I got. a tin, and put a little on her hands ined feet, and Rtby sad 'DOh. Ium, that is niro; it takes all the pain and burning feeling away.' After five applicatlonq the chilblains simply died away, and now eho can wear ner boots. The poor little girl I eso pleased to be cjured. Noone knows what chllblalnsare till they et them; they re worse than humns. I have found a cure and shall always keep a tlln of Roones In the house, for .it is a splendId remedy." Price,...
Colonial Bank of Australasia Ltd. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 23 April 1914
Colonial Bank of Aus tralas a Ltd. The balance-sheet of the Colonial Bank of Australasia Ltd. for the half year ended 31st March has been published. The not profit for the half year amounted to £29,230/7/4. A dividend at the rate of 7 per cent per annum has been made on both preference and ordinary shares, £10,000 is .being placed to the reserve fund, making £20,000 for the year, and raising that fund to £220,000. The re. serve fund is now equal to one half the paid up capital of the Bank.. £5000 is being placed in reduction of Bank proe. minse and £4,4865/ is being carried for. ward to next half year. The Bank continues to maintain its ro. pitation for. solidarity as the liquid as. sets, consisting of coln, bullion, doben. turcs &e., amount to £2,078,787/11/0, which is more than sfllicient to pay the current necounteredit balances and other liabilities payable oi demand in full and is equal to 46 per cent of the total liabil. ities of the Bank. The tank is iu a splendid fin...
Glenelg Shire Council. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 23 April 1914
Glenelg Shire Council. THIS DAY. Iresent-Tha President (Cr J. Ross), COr T. Carmlhaoul, L. Koch, J. Little, A. r Mitchell; L. O'Cotnell, A. Rnos, J. M. Scott, and .f. W. Widdicodbo. 1. W Tihe President, after announcing tlnt the first busioless would be to decide upon what thoroughfares should be taken over by the Country Ioands Board as Main Roads, said it was desirable that Councillors should agree among theim. selves, so that they should present a united front when they went into confer. once with the Board. The Board had, through one of its niombers, intimated to the Shire Engineer the desire of mem. bers to meet the views of the Council as far as possible. There was then taken as a proposal for dis!inssion, the list of roads recommended by the Into JMr II. G. .1'Ewen, and now tnsdorsed by our pretsent Shire Secretary (iir C; W. C. Farran) its those which the Boaurd should be asked to take over. After discussion, this list was mutadi. mously adopted on the motion of Crs Little a...
A Meteor's Fall. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 23 April 1914
A Meteor's Fall. On Sunday. April 5th, the sound au of a tremendous oxplo sion in .uome distant locality was heard, and strong vibration of buildings was felt at Casterton, I Muntham, Coleraino, Branxholme and other purts of the district. The noise and the vibration were variously set down to an earth quake, and the fall of a meteor. Mr E. Fox, son of Mr A. J. Fox, of this town, was on a visit to Mt. Gambler last week, and brings back information as to the origin of the .disturbance. He was shown, near the old Lutheran Church about two miles on the Casterton side of Mt. Gambier, a great mass of rock, which consti tute a meteor or aerolito that fell on the date mentioned, when the falling was accompanied by a terrific explosion.
Why Hair Falls Out. THE CAUSE—AND ITS PREVENTION. DR. N. DUCLAUD. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 23 April 1914
SWhy Haiir FLItIB Out. THE OAUSE-AND ITS PROVENTION. DR. N. DUCLAUn. " Your hair taills out either because the roots shrivel up and die, or because the scalp relaxes and loosens its hold upon the hair roots. This is almost invariably due to dandruff germs which rob the hair of its nutrition, actually starving it to death. To stop falling hair and prevent total or partial baldness the dandruff germ must be destroyed. For this pur pose, physioians and hair speioalists now invariably prescribe a lotion composed of 14 drain menthol crystals, 3 ounces of hay rum, auld one ounce of lavona de composes. Rub well into the scalp with the finger tips, and every dandruff germ will be destroyed within two or three days. The hair will stop falling out and begin to grow at an amazlng rate, and brittle and scanty hair will quickly be come soft, glossy and luxuriant. The re sults following the use of this formula aro ee truly remarkable that I satongly advise every reader whose hair falls out to giv...
Mount Gambier. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 23 April 1914
Mount Gambler. There was a light fall of rain towards the end of the week, suf ficient to keep the early crops growing. The rain was of a wartn nature, which greatly favored the young growth everywhere. Most of the farmers are getting their potatoes out in order to sow more winter crops, which will this year be as far forward in consequence as the crops that were sown after the first rain. Mr A. W. M'Kay, of Gambier West, lost a stack of 300 tons of bay valued at about £600 by fire on the night of Good Friday. The stack was in a paddock lat The Springs. Only a small portion was covered by insurance. On the next day another stack in the neighborhood, the property of Mr J. A. Kilsby, valued at £25, was also burned. The origin of the fires is unknown. The matter is being closely investigated by the police. The congregation of the Glen burnie Methodist Church hold their jubilee celebrations at Eas ter. The initial stops in building the church were taken in March, 1864, when a nice build...
Federal Parliament. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 23 April 1914
Federal Parliamenft. Debate on the censure motion int which Mr Fisher asks thlle louse of ]Rep resentatives to declare that the Liberal Ministry has 'failed to safeguard the interests of the Commonwealth" drags its weary way along in the House, but there has been little enlightenment for the people in any of the speeches so far delivered. These have been on strictly party lines, as will of course be the div Saion also. Mr Fisher was followed in the debate by the Pritue Minister (Mr Cook), after whom came %Mr W. M. I Hughes, and on Tuesday, Mr W. Kelly, assistant Minister for Hfomo Affairs, and Mr W. H. Irvine on theo inisterial. and Messrs Poynton, Anstey, Laird Smith "and Dunkel on the Labor-Opposition side. Most of the speeches were, of course, brilliant as oratory. antd the Lib. eral speakers successfully disposed of the charges and arglumenits raised against them, which were of the old familiar order and had been refuted many times before. It is, of course, expected that the cen...
Coleraine Special Sale Good Prices Obtained. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 23 April 1914
Coleraine Special Sale Good Prices Obtained. - Messrs Dalgety & Co., and Messrs Young Bros., in conjunction, report hvr ing hold a successful sale at Coleraineon Wednesday, April 16th, when they yarded about 1500 sheep and 250 head of cattle. There was a large attendance of buyers present, and the demands for sheep, owing to the continued dry spell, was not so good as previous sales. How ever, they succeeded in disposing of the majority of the yarding at satisfaetory prices. The yarding of cattle consisted of a few pens of good forward bullooks, young steers, and forward springing hoifers, for which there was good com. petition. We sold for the following: Account of Kadnook Estate, 114 rising 4-tooth, crossbred owes and wethers,'at 14/t6, 386 first.cross weaners, smired sexes, at 13/7; Mr H. Lyon, 17 fat xbd wethors, at 20/6; Mr Kenneth Fer. guson, 7 fat xbd ewes and wethers at 20/, 7 fat Iatubs at 14/1, 2 fat wethers at 23/:; Mr A. Il. Broughton, 4 fat xbd wethers; at 18/7,...
The Ideal Woman's Remedy. Bendigo Nurse's Satisfactory Experience. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 23 April 1914
Thie Ideal Womain's Remedy. Ilelldigo Nurse's Satisfactory Experience. Nurse M. J. Youlten, of 18 Bridge St., Bendigo, writes:-"I found Dr Morse's Indian Root Pills an excellent medicine for those about to undergo that criti cal change of woman's existence -the change of life. I found them most effective, and there fore recommend them. As a nurse of twenty years' exper ience at Bendigo. I maintain Dr Morse's Indian Root Pills are very useful as a medicine in accouchement cases, and speak of them to those whoi I come' in contact w'ith professionally. I cannot add more, but say I re commend Dr Morse's Indian Root Pills, believing' them to stand unrivalled for the purposes named. You may use this testi mony. Throughout the many stages of woman's life, there is no better or milder remedy than Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills. They promote regularity, aid` the -di gestion and assimilation of food, and keep the bowels, liver, and kidneys in proper working order.