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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 11 May 1914
Orient I.ne . O?Of Royal Mall Steamers. For London, via Adelaide. Fremantlo (W.A.), Colombo (for India), Egypt, Naples, Toulon, Gibraltar, and Plymouth. Lunen ),cav nteauer. Toem. tell llnr, . Alu2t iIl:. Orvieto 12,130 May 1:3 May 15 Omrah 8,130 May 27 May 29 Otvvay '12.077 June 10 June 12 Otranto 12,124, Juno 21 Juno 26 And forttiightly thereafter. The Steamers of the Orient Line ara fitted with all n)odeor and up-to-daoto ap pliances for the safetty .and~ceotort of .passenger.. Paesongero are carried' Ihn -'nll'elassee. 'Third:-ies accommodation:O: -Sleeping rooms, dining rooms, deck accomnmodation, and cuisine a specialty. Round-the-World Rates, via Canada, United States, Japan or South Africa, quoted on application. - Pleasure or tusiness trips on thb coaset (to Fremantle, Adelaide, Sydney, or Brie bane) quoted on application. The Local Agents will supply circulars or further information on application. Passage from any 'port may be prepaid Shere; D. L. DOWDELL, Branch Manager,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 11 May 1914
!ro feet h imsee.-1 cnow %&l~ipm. ]FAMUSi B.5 M'ILLED ' naCbuh, Apsthma, and BtoncbtimOsure (worth a Chl'mlt and DrugglaIt ies a bottle) in blottle in Is. 8s, and 83 per bottle (Jasterton. - NO COUGHING AT NIGHtT. Take Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery before :,bedtime and the result will be a deep, refreshing sleep to fit you for another day's work. Price Is. 6d., and 3e. ·-I SILVER :TAR STARCH THE mIST IN THE WORLD upon 1' b l b :Parcel. INSIST-ON: LABELLED PACKAGES A- SERIOUS BREAKDOWN s often the` reul of 'ngl etlng'a cold.. Curo your bold with Dr. Sheldonisi Now Discovery. Prieloe. ls.d;, and 3s. ' - LADIES:- It Is truly said, "Many woman and girls suffer unnecossarily when a little knowledge may save thenm yearn of paIn and misery." ThIs know dge eery wonmn will find In tIhe :Natura Health Goude, sent froeo on ye coipt of 2d. to cover postoge. Address Dept. XI. "Natora" Health Co. (Mrm Cilfford. Supt.) 49 Elizaboth-st Molhoulrne WORLD-FAMED HATS Only -one quality made---The ...
Casterton News Printed MONDAY & THURSDAY EVENINGS MONDAY, MAY 11, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 11 May 1914
Pnnte4 MONDAY & THURSDAY EVENINGS MONDAY, MA 1, I 1i4. Under headings. "Tile Industrial Ques. tion" and "Horse Breeding" are given on page 4 in thils issue the views on these important questions expressed by. Mr A. S. Rodgers, M.P., in the course of his speech in Parliament that has been quoted from in previous issues. In the sate prt of the paper appears the first of a series of orticles on country tele Ihono services, in conrse of whlok tite praotical value of tie telephone in country centres on farms, etc., will be demonstrated, and the means of obtain. Ing such service will Ine explained. "The. Premier Scores," market reports, and many other items of news are included hti the interesting contents of the page. Wednesday and Thursoday, May 20111 and 21st (Race Days);have been garzetent as public holidays tihroughinut the Shire of Glonelg. The Victorian Ooverenont "Gazette" notlfe.?-Application for issue of Crown grant, Alfred Ashby (soe. 44), 43a Ir 321p, Nagwarry. Acconnt...
Association Matches. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 11 May 1914
SAR1MOCILttloI llatClliCN. SAolce(ontion'mntchles fired oft Soatrilrdy were:--l-crtiid f7igby, alt Digby, wokt .li f .ferino bj12 pblitits (608 to 4l'by; and Sandford-.v Coloranine, ot cleraiie; woiri:i iy Snndfprd.lby orh6 poiit. (140 td 605). J1Detiils of scores areC:- - MERINO v DIGB11. S lfi n.o. C. L. Northeott, :11-31-68 ; J. Ile Donald, 33-3.1--7; G. llEpseoe, 32 302-64 ; J. Davis, 31?3-32-65; 'A. Ilughes, 33-31--11; E. Ifulssen, I32 30-02; 1. Dwyer, 30--.9-- 0; A. .1: Fox, 30-20-560. otal, 608. J. l ussen 56, and L. E;insoe 55 were cointed out. U Dtons. 1). M['Intiosl, -11-:10-(3; 17. Taylor. 33-30--63; .. Simkin, :1:--30--1:; G. Bu]rgess, :133-20-02- ; . Burgess, 30-32-62; A. ML'Donnhl, 32-29--ll ; F. Bulrgess, 32-29-61 ; A. Burgess, :12-29-- 1. Total, 106o. W. lIide 01, and W. Brunton 58 were counted out.
Coleraine Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 11 May 1914
Coleranie Races. 'ollbwing are the handioapa:- : Coleraine Cup.-Last Sheaf, 9.0; :M Merriang. 8.7; Oalieto, 7.2: Parollee, 6.12. Hurdle Race.-Scotch Mixture, 9.13; Chiseller, 9.11; J.D.G., 9:3; Nilka, 9.0. Steeplechase.-Dan the Ranger, Phan lorn, 9;12 ;. Adventntrer.Burbui, 9.9 ; Lyv caon, Southerly, 9.7 ; Vital, J.D.G.. 9.3 Union Wire, Big Shot, 9,0. Wannon Handicap.-Last-Sheaf, .9.7; Sickle, Pirateor, 8.1J ; .och Free, -8.i; Joacare. 8.0; Boenah, 7.4 ; Greyvale, First Scot, MiR BonIa, Daleialnaid, 7.0 ' .. . Pony Race.-Reflection. 10.3; Lady Lonndale, 9.7 ; Mi8s Veldceipede.,'Lae~s Arden. 9.0; ltoluni. 8.9 ; Misn Echo, 8.3; Clover, 8.0; Sylvia. Little Vera, 7.7; e. nown, Laceollon, Tommny, 7.3; Mlgnon otte, 1'i?yllddo, 6.12; Lady Town, Myoop, Unn, Steelyardr, Mlas Pictnn, .9;' Lans ford, 6.7. Smaiden Trot.--Charmoeine, 80 ylfs bld ; Y.Z., 60; Sandy, Florrie, Ardoft, Gold Strauk, Blitz, Osproy .limi, 5; Toy Bells, ?Ileom of Dlalollnde, Hcr. Oponl Trot.- llllllil s tioni,, :3n yds l...
SPORTING. Warrnambool Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 11 May 1914
SPORTING. Warriianl bool Races. Following are results of erenti ritin'o?o Thnrsday Inst, the final day of the Warr. nnambool Ine Carnival M[ecitigs:o [73Y WIRF.] VARRIINAMBOOL, Thirsiday.. , itiiidiit ainllcp.i-Crown Steel, 7.5, 1;'lal 3Blaiir, Sii ' " Moltgnril, IDt.0 _1. 10 tol1 the winner. Ifarrestor),• 9.5, 1'; Black Flag, 9.10, 2; Counteh; 09.10i;J:.. 5 to" tlhe;witner- . WarrnomboolCjlp.-.Asterhert; 7.1, 1; Jadock Crlsoe,; 710 .2;i,:Roo Vio 8 11. I. 010?1:tol.the rinner: :: GraIindlAnniial Steoiloclhnn.?.- .M.11. 10.12,`1 Wais.seca?, .1.0. 2; Tramp;Il 1.7, 3 .li' to l: the winner.: Won by' two leIgth ii": n pliilshiain wtoan s the only othor stirter who lhiiohed the course . Polly'lr ce.-Tris, 8.7; i1 'eryl; 8.2, 2; Corontlta;Iny 10.11, I. :: to I on the a inddif Fi?g ig Stankos--W arrnain; .12, 11 -nalgntd al: 1O;I 2;: Princess Xe?ny. 1..7, 3. WhVt by it l f-itlgl. . 'vono the win.* per Tiniefl.2 i.tli?ha On'retiirning td saole; it wasns'foind tIhat Foiilshifii, who rode Warr...
Casterton Fire Brigade. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 11 May 1914
UlRIterton Fire Brigade. A disphly of the Leitch Pictures, with ta pe'ially Ititrative programune. will ,onstitute the entertainment that is to he given nil Thulrsdy night nIext, in oli nrection with the annoual celebration held by the Costertott Fire lrignade, The brigade is one of iour oWl inltitll tiohs hllt. espe'ill ny coniteislltll itself fo the ipuli;ie, aleene of its, practieni use fulness, buti alo IeuInll lle members volull tarily iildertakie oullerlns, anld somnetimles dangerous, dulies wit.hout fee or reward, atind often it Ipersoltl expense. MTTller thtese inlditilinls, apart frunm the fact thnt in the pictures n themsel?vt there will hie goodl vaui"e for the price of admtission, there can Ie no dnhlt thatt ie pI??le of anstertan will give the Irigade ait huIper hose into T'l'hurst nighlt. with dulltantlinl additin 1to the tlrigadle Funds.
Casterton Post Office. Mail Arrangements. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 11 May 1914
Casterton. rost. Office. Ml-ail Arrangements. lails areclosed acud are duo at the Castertoc l'ost Otie an undor : SMorz.-?n mealrs morning; n, aIttdrloeel. Ap.ly--Clo- e S m Teenand Fri, due 6 Wed andSat. Private bag: Elderalie. Ararat-Close every morning at 8 and 2.40 aS Thur. ; dud 7.15 a Meon, Wed and St, 9 a Tus and Fri. 1 p.m. and 7.43 Thurs. Arduo--Close daily 8 m (Mon excepted), aue 7.30la Mon Tuea Wed and Fri, 1,.30 a Thur., 5 a Sun. Ballarat-Cl,?o every morning at 8 a and .40S a Thur ; dole 7,15 a t Ion Wed and Sat, 9 a Tuo. and Fri, 1 p.m. and 7.45 a Thur. Dahgallnh-Cl?retluc c Tuen, due 10U0 iln Tuna. Branbulithel-Clbae every nlornleg at alnd 2.40 a Theura; duo 7.5 a leun Wed ndSat, 0 a Tuts aed Fri, Ip.m. and 7..15 a 'lhre. Strilubola--ClaoM 9 a Tao. Thure and Sat'; du l.15l a Troe, 8.45 a Thur. ulnd St. Private ba : Wando View. Carulwuk-CL'loso every leloruillg at 8; dlue 7.15 mnldiy. Private bags: Idlla Vibt,,, Tihe Gums, Springfield, T, Carroll, Glcengary and Murray'....
Casterton Racing Club. Autumn Meeting, May 20th and 21st. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 11 May 1914
Uastertoii Racing (Oub. A? tuiimn lieeting Illny 201th - ": mu l "21st. : iaideti i [ir lie' R?ce.-Osier, Scot tler, Monirnae Sickle.; Ven E?ror, Chat. away, lanparee Boy;: Lady: Mirandi. Thunderlight, Pertain, Insinuntiori, Cansiewell; Tannn, Whaledine. Stand h']urdle Jlace.-Kilora, .T.D.G., Bllack Fnlg, Clhataway, Silver Stole, Nilka,' Callisto," Scotch 'Mixture, Chis seler, Sousa, Golden Vale, Fine Degree. .Maiden- Plate.-\heataren, Let Off', Lady Asteria, Vimmera King, Eticnne, Cammni, "Fairy Girl Greyvale, Binn away. Prince Biinnia, Miss Binnia, Ossa, Last Scot, Lord Scot. .Glenelg ]lighweight Hfndincap.--Not Available, Peal, Coronation Day, Ven Error, ]laplmree Boy, Thanderlight, Greyvale, 'ioga, Coupar, Lochi Free, Last Sheaf, iPriesus, First Scot. Normanby Steeplechanse.--Caaih, Phanitom. UCrnley Chase, Southerley, Vdlcan. Worrolong, Union Wire, lnppy Tar, Chalter Boy, Dan the ]longer, uir ,Ilti,-Adventlrer, Iomanina.. Trial Stakies.-W'healarea, Let OI, Lidy Asloria, Wiiaume...
News in Brief. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 11 May 1914
News in Brief. William Mawson, a timber-splitter, was eingaged at work on Thursday at (tellibrand Itiver, Culac. wihen a liulb of a trer fell on him. Ilies tates rendered him tirot aid, and Mawson was then brought to Colac. and .adlmitted to the hiluptall. thouoattained oonuuaaion of the iram, oiijury to tile right aslolddlr, and tlter tlodily inljuries. hi tlie coirNe of a peecd,. delivered at 'lildurarl ?o 'hursady night la st the 'remnior (Mr \Vatt) shoted that the Lahour party's proposals were imupractic. able. because of tihe enorlmous outlay they would entail. A OttOCER'S RECOMMENDATION. "For the past twenty years," writes Mr. It. Harrison, Grocer. Parrarlatta ltd. and Catherine St.. Leichlhrdt, N.S.W. "I have been a sufferer front Diarrhoea, and although I have tried various iprescrilptions hbave found nothing relieve mle like Chamioberlain'scoulicand Diarrhoea Itemnedy. I always keep a bottle for oly own use at ty private residence and at tny store. - The fiftieth anniversar...
Moonee Valley Races. MELBOURNE Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 11 May 1914
Mooneo Valley Raices: S- : ELIOURIN 'E Stilrday. :I rdil lInce--Ettio. Kirk, ,13, 1 ; King's lnisom'; 10., 2; Atticer, 10.5, 3. 7 to 2 -the wiiner : .Two-Year-Old lnandicap.-?Blnirfinde, 8.2, 11 Linasn, 7.8 2; PrineeGnlee, 0.10, .' I rto tthe 'winer.. _ .' Tigh-weighti ifandicap:;-Nnngullnl Queen; ,8.0??; ;. ighting `Bob, 1.3, 2; Bontiek1 8., 3.o . 16 to 1 the-winner. -Colnliiinwealth Slee I llchnae.-1-Yest port. 10.6, 1 ; United Kingdomn?11.:1, 2 ; Barfleourg 93; 6 -to 2 the winner. The Valley n;: l ieniicap.-Avonwort, 7.12,'1 Meerut, 7.0; 2; The eBachelor, 8.7, 3. 7"to 4 tholw inner. Keilor. Handicap.-?lidn Bulnn, f.0, 1; Mii ssFootbolt, 8.3, 2; C?ilmn, 8.10, t.. 8 to 1 thwe ilnner,
Train Arrangements. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 11 May 1914
Irain Arrangements. Train leaves Casterton 8.35 a.m., Sand ford 8.49. Henty 9.12, Morino 9.40, Grass dale 10.12, Miakite 10.25, Branxholme 11.15, arrives Hamilton 11.50. Monday, Wednesday, 'Tlhurday. and Saturday. Train leaves Hamilton 5 p.m.. Bran6x nolme 6, Mliakite 6.13. Orasedale 630, Merino 6.55, Ifenty 7.10, Sandford 7.25, arrives Castarton 7.45 Tuesday and Friday. Leaves Hamilton 6.5, Branxholme 7.15, .Miakite 7.28.-Orasdale 7.40, Marino 8.10, Henty 8.25, Sandford 8.45, arrives OCaster ton 9. Thursday. Lea'«, Hamilton 10.17 rn., Branx holme 11.95. Uradaln 11,5, Merid 1827 p.n, Heanry 12.29. 8adf rd 12.47, arrives .'asterton 12.55. L?avr tJastoarton 3.10, Sandford 3.24, eanty 3.42, Merino 4.2. Grasedale 4.30, arrives Iranzholme 4.55, arrives Hamil. ton 6.8 p.m.
The Great Tragedy. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 14 May 1914
The Great Tragedy. "And thits," said the alleged old sol dier, pestering a long-suffering editor who was an old soldier, "is whorm th's Arabs were massed in front au us. lHere"-pointing to another place on a dirty pocket map-"is where Jour di vision was drawn tip in zareba. We deployed in this direction, and our left wing was, attacked by tile eletly on this kioll. Just at titgL ItC'ilt I was woullded on the left shoulidr, and a hundred yards farther on I got my right arm shattered by a 'fted oft one of ousr own shells, and---" "lut," Interrupted the bored edio', "where did you get your brains blotw, out?" A well-dressed lady having given the signal that ahe desired to alight, the tramcar was brought to it stop, but Just so that the rear step was directly over a small mud puddle. L't', lady looked an Instant, and then ask ed: "How do you think I can get off Ihero?" The conductor replied: "I cannot tell you, madam,'- but I. do know that we can't' wait until that puddle dries up." The...
WORKING-MAN ARTIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 14 May 1914
WORKING-MAN ARTIBT. The •"Universe" tells the interest Ing life-story of the "working-man art ist of Walwortb," whose powers have been attracting attention. Having first seen the light at Man cheater in 1867, Matthew Mooney was taken at the age of three to Glasgow, where he received his schooling at the Franciscan School. South Side. He commenced work as steward on a pleasure-steamer plying round the Scottish coast; went later to Man chester and worked in a wine bar; five years later he became valet to Cardinal Vaughan, with whom he tra. velled; acted as steward on a Royal Mail Steam Packet boat; took up a Job as a stage hand at Drury Lane Theatre; and then turned engineer. He is now assistant electrician at a London hotel. Mr. Mooney's home is in a "depress ing street" in Walworth. He was thirty-two before he "touched a paint. box." Seeing the scene-painters busy at Drury Lane Theatre, be became sud denly interested in their work. At every opportunity he watched them spread their c...
So Did the Dog. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 14 May 1914
So Did the DoJ. The defendant,' who was charged with keeping a dog without a license, repeatedly tried to Interrupt the cv*i lence, but was hushed 'each time by the court. Finally the clerk t:trned to ?h:m: "Do you wish the court to under stand that you refuse to renew your dog license?" , :-: "Y'es, but-~"" "We want no 'buts.'. You mniust re sew your license or :be fined.? You know it expired on .1st January." "Yes; and to did the dogi"' An amusing story i told of a.De voushire man who invited a Socialist to visit his estate and see wt.mt he had done for the villagers. As they drove about the meoon touc ed their hats and the boys aul'girls "bobbed" and curtsied. Soon they passed. a man smokrlt his pipe, vwho'took no notica of-the squire. "Ah!" said the Socis,.i "That's the sort of man for me. N' bwinlg anid scraping." "No." replied the squire; "that's the village idiot." And so he was.