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Summer Swimming School. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 15 January 1914

The State ochool teachers' school of ijsl.ret ion in swimming and life saivi ng :ai l hygiene open ed at P 'ra?l d . .t week ulnder favorable ni *di,",ns. Thirty-two teachers, who in I hli instance oc cupy the p,,'i?;on cof students. answered to I he roll call at the first paradl.adjl it, was expected that others woudl arrive during the day. A ilac?e w?rl chosen on the open h: nelj ar the old baths I for thoe s\wim ilnl exercises, th water heing ? eautifully clear and smooth. 'T'Ih, first duty of the cammandalnjt. M1r Frank Beaure paire, was to liviide the students into two squ;adlj -A's, who were fairly proficient, andl I's, who were not s?o l.,r adlvanced. Mr Beaurepaire is a:jeisted by Mr Howlett in the ;-iving of inslruc tion in switnjlhtjj , jld life snving, and lecture rre rgive? n by Dr. Sutton on ii ygicne and the phy~i logy of exerci ~. The students are accomnjJda te;d at the Orderly Room and ar' vaer comlfortable, Warrant OI lh.-.r Jones and Mr Dillon seei;ng that their wa...

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
South African Strike. Martial Law Proclaimed. Troops Guarding Mines and Railways. MELBOURNE, This Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 15 January 1914

Sounth African Strike. Martlal Law Proclaimed. Troops Guarding MlienS urnd Itailways. I? BY WIRE,] MELBOUR'NE, This Day. The Trades Federation at JTohannes. hIrg has ordered a general strike in South Africa by' :majority of four. I)L delegates were present. The Bakers' Society has forbidden de. livery of bread to the Defence forces, police, or Members of Parliament. The Government has proclaimed mar tial laIn, and bodies of troops are guard. tng the minoes, railways, and other ipints to prevent interference. Thie Johannesburg Trades Ifall has been barriended by strikers to prevent police entrance. Tire South Africanl authorities, like 3fossrs Karri, DLaries, W'ilson and others now in Australia, diclare thiat the trouble is largely druie :to . Australian Labor agitators, and declare that the strikers will he badly beaten, as all par. ties except Lal;or are supportilg thlo Prime Minister, General'Bothna in oppo. sition to the strike. SSeveral, attempts have been riade to dynamite the ...

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BROUGHT TO BAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 15 January 1914

131VtOI'1 WT T) BAY. Are those on";nli··· f civilij..tion, Indi Sgestlon and I ý; "*'-i.i w"ln. , Dr. Shied done' Did"··ti.; I .~u' art, e-oeployed. 1/6 and 2/G.

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
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LATEST NEWS. MELBOURNE, This Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 15 January 1914

LJA'TIEST I' WS. - - iELOT.IOIIlN, This nay. The Salvation :Army officials .sdi covered strylhnilne in' ten 'kttle oatthe Army HIonm, Brunsiricrk Went:. . ,The letectives are investigatigating.: Treadway's have leased thl? Ellpress. Picture Theatre. closely ndljoiniig the Colossoumn prmisseo, which were burned on Sunday last. The Woithaggi mainers have resuined work, but'fresh trouble is broewing; Produce tMarket.L-?Wheat; steady 3/0 gfts (milhlig) 1/ftt, (feed) 1/8, bait none offering; chaff, Ili/; hay, 11/. . 's-The shilpowners re expected to refuse the Waterside \Workers' doteinuldi as prcposterouss.. M1r Brugslo, formerly Viticultlral ex. pert in Victoria. was folnd dead in hisi bed at Vianeouver. All three Ministers. Messrs Watt, Mliakinnnn and Hutclhinson are very ronthlent of winning the elections tolday by ~nonsiderable majorities. IMr \\oatt had a very slccessful meeting last night, when the religious interference of the Romnt, Catholic feiheratioi was strongly epreeccnted....

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 15 January 1914

-ý' Seldom -i a dI Ill / run.n 3uch as we < · ; . are o feri.rt Here are a few of the striking values that are bringing the crowd into our Store: Our Six-Guinea New Western Star Cycles, (Completo, Ready for the Road. SThe Mt:,,ri.dl fer t.hse Cycles is carefully sulocted by experienced le(::lnic, and IralZilng is Guaranteed Five Years. Wo Defy Comptition in Pricea in this particular line. Inepection of th?s?e Cycles means to purchas, ? at once. /"'i' sW,', o or Cycles W't Sa Rovet, ~ IVIoLU yc ?s Star, re supplied }),uan for Cash or Terms. aIlotr aud (ccle Sundries sold at Prices Not Hoard of Elsewhere. S-- ALEE BROS.' MOTOR and" " Cycle. Cpp ._o+t, ? _.tY-st; , __ New Premlses, adjolning y (c, - Ouo, Hcnty-st. H. & G. Harrie. S EP or5PI 500 Sheep Cuired of "White Eye" ??or Ss. RETCHFORD'S BLIGHT SPECIFIC. ho )ont .y 2 :*,. COIIIrwYND, 20/12/13. . Dear SirA wel. known Shoop plao told oile you have a very good t propara.itp for" r'White Eye " in Ihop, aod I want yo...

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 15 January 1914

Orient Line :Of Royal Mall Steamen. For London via Adelaide, Fremantle .(W.A;), Colombo (for India), Egypt, N-aples;Toulon, Gibraltar, and Plymouth. e't n '*. 2 Ibvc Arrivn .* Rtianer. Ton., NMclnlnlr, Lmndon, .Orontes 9,023 Jan. 7 Feb.14 Orvleto 12.130 Jan. 21 Fob. 28 Omrah 8,130 Feb. 4 Mar. 14 Otway 12,077 Feb. 18 Mar.28 'Otranto 11,124 Mar. 4- Ap. 11 ; .. And fortnightly thereafter. -'Thh Rteaniers of the Orient Line-are Sfitted with all modern and up.to-date ap pliances for the safety and comfort of passengers. Passengers are carried In -all olnasen. Third-class accommodation: -Sleeping: rooms, dining rooms, deck accommodation, and cuisine a specialty. Round-the-World Rates, via Canada, SUnited States, Japan or South Africa, quoted on application. Pleasure or business tripe on the coast (to Fremantle; Adelaide, Sydney, or Bris -bane) quoted on application. The LoalAgents will supply circulars or further information on application. Passage from any port may be prepaid , lhere. D....

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Casterton News Printed MONDAY & THURSDAY EVENINGS THURSDAY, JANUARY 15, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 15 January 1914

Printed MONDAY & THURSDAY EVENINO8 THURSDAY, JANUARY 15, 1914. " Flshlnk at the Olenelg." "Oloser Settlement," " Mare and Interesting Book," " New Austrllian Stamps," "Summer Swimming School," "Mount Gambler," are headings to some of the many items of news matter given on page In this isue. The ceontst for the beat five aore oat omp in the.Portland district, for the prize awarded by the P. and A. Society. has resulted as follows :-M- r W. J. Terrill Bridgewater, 1; Mesars Edwards Bros., i. E?cursein tickets at reduced fares will be luaded fLrn all statlons from Caster ton to Windermere (Inoluslve) to Mel. bourue for train eaving Jasterton neit Thurdsy, Januarq 2, orfomn Melbourne toallthee station the da previous. Sale of tickets for the train from aOsterton will close at noon.bn Tuesday; January 20th. At the. fortnightly meetihg of the ase. tertou braneh A.N.A. heldaon Tuesday night, thoe President (Mr t. Martin) in the chair, Mr W. Burhell was elected a benefit member. Aco...

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
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Fishing at the Glenelg [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 15 January 1914

FisShina at the Gilenelg A couple of Adelaide anglers, :,-Mee?rs John ((ow and Percy Mathiespn, were successful in landing a manitiimth mulloway at -Nelson during the holidays, when :fshing in the iGlonelg river near 'the mouth. In writing to Mr J. O. Fitzgerald, of Mhullagh,H-arrow, Mr Qow describes the capture as follows :--"Son big fish were dis turbing our haile. At last Mr Mathieson Ibtokd him, and we *:all agreed lthit it was a 'stinger.' "He tool 10,) ariis of line out in his first ril, iand on that I im :'mediately lif iid the anchors and after him, cwitih the intention of .illing the Ibrut,, as there was nothing din,ul in the way of sport. Mr Matlhie;eoi handed the rod to me, thinkin- that I wanted some fun, and I ,.n !any that 1 had a bit of the k, enest sport that I have enjoyidil on the river. I he gan 'pumn!,iin:' hie brute for all I was worth, l~t.piilli himi going on towards the dli', water. After he ha:l tailin u'; the greater part of halt a mei, we still thought tha...

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 15 January 1914

"To i~thei Tluine1.-1.R, DO w petting 6 mf hmuau) R.t .MALUSdB cough, Asthma, and. BouchIttu here (woatbe Uhteme MAd IDruggtit 0uinea a bottle) in Bottles, II. 1e, and 8. per bottle. Oeetettes. 't'w --j ~ 'r OfeueCmi gi m Ja· 4& et· o !. i·agb · ColI· lob..; .t.Y-a·- _bftO 7~uvsin hi, - · si.!, ·t~ VJi ·~cinro Obstinate Consti patlon. --C Overconme by Dr. Morse's Indliai Root Pills. Mrs Edith Kelly, of 179 Can ning Street, Carlton. Melbourne, writeas:- Having tried Dr Morse's Indian Root'Pills for Constipation with which I suffered greatly for many year;, after availing myself of manyother menidiines, to little 'or no effecot, -I found your S .remedy goods " . They do not puyrgbutact "a..' ' .:, in a soothnlg esuit me uab i'bommeiid:' them to myV fried so': sulYt 'thn- tusethb N URSES of Large Experience Recommend CLEMENTS TONIC to their Patlents. NURSE CATHERINE KORTING o 176 Davis Strei.t, Bruawkkic. Vic., write.., foltlow. (29/2/12): CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. " I am writing abo...

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THE CAUSE OF RHEUMATISM. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 15 January 1914

THiE CAUSE OF JIHEUMATIf -M. Ihomnatism is caused by the retes tion of uric acid.in the syatem,.owiang to-theo action of the kidneys being de fective. The following lettera will.be interesting to sufferers front rheuma tis?: From Miss Hilda Brown. 2 Orent'tiuck ingsa-street, Itcdferih. LSydney, N.B.W. :'Whoa I was in Bobart I 'as taken ill, and :got no bad that I went to a hospitnlanul after atayin, ob'ont threo months I returned to Victoria hardly any hobtter than when I first went into the hospital. Thi origin of my trout hlas waso a chill, caught after taking a hot bath, with the result that I could hardlymove;.the pains in my back and limbswere so excruciating, I scem ed to get. no relief from'my treatment. When I narivod in Vlctoria I wan met by t'my, sister and was induced by her to tery arner's Safe Core. Alter tak ing four:bottlcs-I felt somo'rClief,. and by the time' I haol' taken six. more, I wao:.quito well again 'From'tho time of leaving the hospital 'I ..took no other r...

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Disastrous Volcanic Eruption. MELBOURNE, This Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 15 January 1914

Disastrous Volcanic Eruption. [BYWIRE.] MELBOURN E, This Day. A volcanic eruption at t Snkumtn Shima, Japan. has destroyed thousands of inhabitants. The Island was popu lated by 10,000 people, but they are now unapproachable. The volcano has been quiescent for 130 years. A number of other volcanoes are in active eruption, I .nd large thickly settled districts are threatened with destruction.

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Optical Defect. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 15 January 1914

Optical 1)eftect. Have you over stopped to conider til - resoults of doefllive viilon? It magy·ate the sucesrn or failurn of your and-youp r? thildren's work in life. Mr Abotomlny, t_ well-known sight specialist, lnvtilteyon i consult him regardillg your eyes, ) will toll you their ltrue coclition, " an " they require ylasnto he will suply M ? with what il requirod. Mr will villt Ilt. Gambler on FIlrid BSaturde. ebltruary 6th and 7th u ,. ith followinl? Flridaly an Fehrunry l:lth and 11th, and mayi L ouited nt ,eotns Ilntel, ColeeainLe Iln visitell on iltlllhy February -i (orter't Ilotll, Iltomlilou. Tusday 'ltnellel?ll), F"-Jnll"'ry ] )no d 11 at 1t in H-lol, and C Onltrton on Tihun yehrualir 12 at Niolohll's Hotel, lal LAMIES -It is truly saidt '3.?i women n? d firls unIfer uniee when a httle knowledolO onayl.ad yearn of paIin antld neory.";.'i ledge ru?ry wonmn will ni4~gio: "Niturl" trelth ltlde, sonntf if i clipt of Id. it, (t'vter potSall.,, Dept. X1, "Nutur)i" Healtab l?? lif...

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Merino Mechanics' Institute. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 15 January 1914

IMerino :Ml chlnica' Instli .t. .. ute. Thie annanl ?i'meting ,of suhsiirihers was held on Tuisday, when there was a goit nttenihnnce. AX.v.TuA. lproTr. Thio Commiittee reported another pros perous year for the Institute, and the re port went on to state that there had becn .17 members on the roll and, though owing to removals and other enlues the nmnher had been reduced to 'i8, this wan satisfnetory, being bnove the average. Addition of a Tennis Court'in hlopes of increasing the number of nmembers had not, however, brought in na ninny new menmbers na expected. RIent of hall re turni were also onlore the average, en ghgenient of the hall for dancing classes and Cinderella dnnres having helpedl to swell the revenue under :this headiig. The attendance nt local and other enter tinnments 'during the year had been so large, that it was evident increased nc commodation would have to be provided very shortly; : In order to raise funds for this purpose, the Committee lhd nr ranged for a baz...

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Competitions Mix-up [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 15 January 1914

Conapetitions 11iix-up. The competitions "Inix-up" referred to in last issue, has evolved n'lhdicrously comic situation. Tihe competition was for two trophies, one (%value £1 Is) gift of AMr F. Lawrence, the other (valne 10s (Id) gift of lir A. O. ]lerkefeld. Mr Lawrence's trophy was allotted for the competitor who canught the greatest nunm. her of fish, Mr3 Bcrkefeld's for that one who caught the heaviest single fish. Mr S. A. Millor, Mrs A. H. Miller, and Mr F. "Whito each cnught -two fislh-the, greatest number taken by any individual competitor at Roseneath. AMr S. A;. Miller's fish weighed respectively 2 ansd. 2 lbs., Mrs A. It. Miller s, 2.1 and 2 lbs., and Mfr Frank White's, I lb. each.-e The Angling Committee (Messrs C. Clhapman,, .. A. Ilooper, and F. Jarrad) of the Cas. telron Angling Society at :n1 meeiing on Tuestday night dlecided that the rule barring any colmpetior fro tlalking two trophies at one dliyromlnpetiition standsl good. M|r S. A. Miller for tnking the' Iheari...

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Ballarat Stock Market [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 15 January 1914

Ballarat Stock Market Cattle.-Competition was animaled. prices for all descriptions ruling fully equal to those of the previous week. Quotations-Primeo Pis .hulloeks . to C12.'extsalo £I: 10s, good to .C10 10s, useful to, l9; primne. cows to £10 1ns, good to £8. useful to £6 Ils. Arprages -Messrsa Leurs Bros., Fairview, Sand. ford, 8 hulloeks £11 t1s; M?essrs Cameron Bros., Dunn, 10 bulloicks £11 4s 3d: Miss lfenty. Merino Downs, Ilenty, 10 abullocks £11 Is Od: Tesar Stock -Bros. Citanmais, 22 bullocks. CI8s a . d. Calves.-Fair demand existed, best selling to Li ills. Sheep. -T he demand rliled active for quality, last wgcJ's Ihighest values being fully maintained, whilst for othert descriptions competition was. keener. Quotations--Prime crosshred wethers to 16s o1i, extra to' 22s Sd, good to 17x, uIseful to 1s,. prime cwes to 17s Iil. extra to 20s 7d, good to lfs ld. useful to-13s thi, prime merino wethers to 17i ld,; goodu to I5s l6d, useful to I.t. memorno ewes to 14s 10d. Sales....

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cricket. Interstate Match. N.S.W. v S.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 15 January 1914

Cricket. N.S.W. v S.A, Wilh a acore of 207 for their first in ning-, and the South Anstralians nil out for 1801 in the first onl' withireven wine Iets down for 6li in the Secrond innings, the visitors storied o Monoday at Ad. rlaide with i lend of 42 runs and only three South Australian wickets left to tel. Crnwford putting unl 34 before he ,as'disposed of, and Wblitty 15 (not out) he ihomie lelan raanthe second innings oral to 1 ts, making n grand total of :107 ir ten more tlian the visitors' runs regis. cred. Macartney and'Collins not out to noak the 11 runm required for a win, nit Collints was run out without having cored. mnod t was left to lBardsley 4 (not nil) who mide the winning hit, to assist tieartney. 5 (inot otlt) in getting thei cmi for New South. Wales hIy nine wic :ets.

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
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Hamilton Post Office . [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 15 January 1914

1Hamilton Post Office. -The h Hamilton "Speotritor," in Tues' dliy's issue, thus conmmntsl on it sittuaton that has arisen with rospoot to' the looal post office -- " 'Complaints(" as. roeferred to . in the ."Spectator" recently, have beenr mado for some time.thait tih internal affairs of the Hamilton post oftln have 'not been as they should; but .within the last few days allegations of niorb serious naturo- than usual have beon mnado. Itumour has made it current thatcortain junior oticials are involved, and a dopirt Imental detective has been'making invest tigationk. Efforts. it is understood.. have been made previously to institute , a searching scrutiny, and these apparently have conie to s omethhig like a lhead. Deflnite particulars, owing perlhape to the rotlcence colmdquent onIlregeulatlojio; are difficult lo iobtain, but It Is commonly rulltedalbout that t suspensions (or resij natiols). have taken . place. -O:llci-l nuthenticatlmi is Isbt yet- ohti.naile, but drastic action ...

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ABOUT MIRRORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 15 January 1914

ABO.UT. Ill1RORin - SThe first mirror was doubtless thi smbith" surface of a clear a?d shinioin pool. 'hat were, the feelings arouse. by..the sight ~of: the reflected iinag which theprimitiivo man'or' woman eas in the witor'rwo can tnl imsgino; bun Williams,- the" mlaonary,-ntelJ us thai some of the Fijianm held that' man-ha two spirits, a-dark onoeand t light one and that the reflection seen'iai a peoo was tho.latter. And when, themission. aiy placed one of these savages before a mirror" this child of-:'sNature stoodc entranceld,and murmured softly:' '"Now' can see into tlhe- world oi spiritsl ".. ' Artificial mirrors have' been "in -tint for thousands of years, as various ro lies and' literary. references from the remote- past give Oridence.- Though .vitrified Java and sheets of micn have been put to this use, most of'the an cient mirrors--Egyptian; 'Hebrew, Greek, and IRomans-were made of me tal, usiually bronco or silver. . Metal mnrrors continued in uso uintl a late period, and...

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
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UNFORTUNATE BLUNDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 15 January 1914

7 UNFORTUNATE SLUNDIRS.i - - yWm:N ortbh -Th wiadhig of -the 'little' people" 'I a ?ubljCt. 9 s'a er-failUng ?charm- -to thse who by1e them.i and-4t; Is -wtl? a certain dews.." of hesitation thit I draw yon l*to?o?Qo to -one or- two curious Ins ..l 6 op- ait may hbe termed ."unulisdo.,e' ",They "are worth studying;. becasle they,. throw. some light on thevexed question of Instinct versus reason:. No subject is better worth attention; none mere frequently misunderstood, for ý'mainy an action which we carelessly' qpsign to-intelll. fence is really the result of instinct:. A bird does not learn to bulld a nest nor does It. reason out the ,beat way of setting to work. It simply fol-. lows its instinct and actsL a countless generations of its kind have done In the past. Remmbeor such a.busy work or cannot be said tq he following the expmple of its parents since it never saw them at work. Even better in stances of this may be found amongst the teeming members of the Insect world, for they...

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