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Crossed the Bar. Mr. J. Jones, Dergholm. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 1 June 1914

Crossed the Bar.   Mr. J. Jones, Dergholm.   The death occurred at Nurse McDon-   ald's private hospital, Casterton. on Thursday last from poneumonia super. velling upon pleuriny, of Mr James Jones, a native, and well known and es teemed resident of Dergholm, who wnas 49 years of age. Mr Jones had- hern admitted to the hospital a fortnight earlier seriounly ill from pleurisy; .hul though skilfully treated and enrefnilly nursed neute pneumonin wan dvetlopell. and the patient sneirznmbed as sntaed. Mr Jones was seconl son of Mrs Jane Jones, Dergholm, and the late Mr Henry Jones, and was one of a faniily of four sons and six daughlters, hi sisters: heing Mrs lr. Ifowlett (Dorglholm). 'ensdaimes .T. and D. tfeAdlnmi (Pennla). Mrs MNcmnaarn (IDerghlin);'. Misses Mary JoIes (W.A ) and. Nellio Jonees (Mfolbourne). i'rnd thimlh?irilthers.o " Mr Thomans Tonoes (who wins hl i epatner -nt Dergholm) nod 'essirqn; : ITearys and William .Tones (W .Af' I"e* l...

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Coleraine Special Sale. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 4 June 1914

Coleraltie Special Sale. Mesers T. H. Lnidlaw and Co., in conjunction with Messrs A. E, Smith and Co. repuo t ihaving con dueled a highly suncessful sale of shep and eaitle at the former firmi's Col-.: ,i;ta yards on Wed. net lay May 27th. when 1459 shlip and 208 htw.d of catIlecameI to haud. The :heim, included -olmo some nice liines of brneding eo ., and, as thlc?i w~as a large att ndaner o,r genuine buyers pre ontfri ,:?;!l parts of the dis trict, biddin - ftr Ithese was keen. at ,ldvane.I ir it,:. mrid a complete cle. rance lbeing Ilmade' at high prices. For all good !londitioned wet hier and young sheep thll de mand was good, and no dillieulty wae expierienced in selling every pen of sheep yarded. There wore splendid buyers in attendance for all classes of cattle, and those I were all cleared with the excep I tion of one pun of steers, prices I right throughout being in advance of late ruling rates. The sale was a most satisfactory one to vendors. Sheep :-On accout of Messrs Te...

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Political Frauds. Labor Protectionists. At the Same Old Game. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 4 June 1914

P ; political F jauds. "*:' Labor Protcctlonlbst. At the Same Old Ganne. ."r At the general elections in 1910, -the Labor party was returned in an overwhelming majority in both House of Representatives and the Senate. How? Solely and only through the votes of Protec • tionists who were cajoled into *believing glib assurances of many Labor candidates, like Mr J. K. • McDougall. that their party was .the more solid on Protection (though it includes a very large number of Freetraders) and would proceed at once to make the tariff more effectively nrotective than it is, to the ad vantage-not of the manu facturers, but-of the people of Australia. That party had three years in office, with such a ma jority that it could have amended the tariff at any moment, and it would have had support in doing so from the large number of Liberal protectionists on the other side. What did it do dur ing those three years? Why simply nothing. Hence, at the elections in 1913, the Protection ist vote went to...

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 — 4 June 1914

1ToMeet tbe TlamS.-I ern now ployup al .pýpaSeOU 1& .KILLM" Eou':'', hAthn. 3 md Bauuchbtlt Uure (eortb 3 Chemalt and IDrbggls f sinen a bottle) to)ottUe. l., fi. and Ra perbottle Casterton. Malee B os. For New & Second-Hand Motors "! and Cycles, Guns and Ammuntlon. aC. h, ihu 'b .ee·bi. *wwaUIm rndiO BRONmfeTP C.R e° 'Mkl eý 6u ar Rev'. J. HOSKING Minister of the CeNGREGATIONAL 6rISSION CHURCH, Fitzrey, Melbournl. Sends his opinion of CLE ENTS TOuIC " I was recommended to try Clemcnts Tonic. I was completely run down, suffered from nervous prostration, with insomnia and severe headaches. I had spent much money on medicines to. no purpose. " One bottle put me right . and was corth its weight in gold. "I recommend this medi cine trongly. JOHIN IIOSKING." "The Rev. J. IIOSKING. D.D.. is ki mwu n ai an ear-, rhurh worfcer, and ,'!,h't;,I in) i , CLII"N' rS'I'ONIC ; ".ra?t for the good it mieht do. Thi, id:.: in. i.'erlain in i~ ?? clju, on rnn S- nn irtilated err?int ts...

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Ballarat Stock Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 4 June 1914

RnllaDrat Stoeak Mnllrkst. Fat Cattle.-ls9 head to hand. :Com. petition ruled very brisk, last week's highest values being flly maintained, closing very firm. Quotations--Prime pens bullloeks, £15l/1; extra to £17/10; special hearvyweights. £2212/2; good to £14; useful to £1210; prlmei ows to £12/10; good to £10/10n useful to £9. Calves.-t7 penned. Brisk demand for hoot descriptiona, selling to £5/12/11. Sheep.-A very light yarding, only I121 penned. Prices slhowed'n material inmprovement on the high ra?ets of thei previous week, elosing firm. Quaoitions -Prime erossbred wethers to 21/, extra to l/. .henvyweights to 31/, pen of d 611/, full penl ,i/9, odd sheep ??/, gond to 2u/, useful to 28[, prime ewes to 28/,; extra to 32/, heavyweiglh to :i/, good ewes to 2./. useful to 22/, goodi merino wrlhers to 23/0, lusefl to 20/.. ,nmbs.--48 to hand. .Ior tquality keen competition existed, late high ratl' being well maintnined. For other des erilptiona graziers bid freely at slightly impro...

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 — 4 June 1914

Woods' Great Pepperioini Cure, Por CougRhuand Colds. never falls. tin: tr EXONA. The IRapid Healer is an Ointment which heal. with remarkable rapidity. Unlike the old-fanhloned nioltnmetse. which are very slow in tieir action, Rexona speedily effects its cures after a very few applications. :Snid in trian. gular pots at 1/6i and-3/. CUIRE THAT COLD BONNINCTON'S IRISH MOSS NEVER FAILS. - ~... ..... .. ? ........,__.! W?IsIy Pa" I M omomlr I'rlO?en for Bicycles :' THE MUTUAL 'BIKE is compoeed of Rsynolds' Butted Tubing. Rest Imported, and Deautifully Finished and Fitted with British Parts, inter changeable with B.S.A. Fitted with Eadie Free-Wheel Hubs and Brake, £7 10s Ladys, built to order, fitted with Enadi Free Wheel, .8. Bullt by Skilled Bicycle Mechanics. Oeltsa' PRIOUE,. £0 ti. - Local Agent, CEO. C. LEAR, Multullal Cash store, (Cstertonl. The Mutual Riders are our Advertisers. J.. lllingworth's. Casterton, for a large Assortment of Hoed SBeond-?and Vehicles. SILVER STAR STARCH ...

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 — 4 June 1914

SLATEST-NEW . [BY WIRE.) Melhourne, This Day, Mr Lloyd George addressing' his constituents said the Liberals had suffered hard knocks through dissention, and. the party would come to grief if this was not healed. He. thought Liberals and Laborites should make a sensible adjustment of differences. Sir Edward Carson, addressing the women of East Belfast, de olared that there was a slight. hope left of amending the Home Rule Bill, but they would pro bably find that it would only he a putrid skeleton of rejected offers. - The King received 50,000 letters of birthday congratulations from school children. 400 Hindus have abandoned the hope of entering Canada, and intend returning home. The Victorian Gbvernment is )ffering a reward of £250 for in-. ormation leading to detection of ierpbtrators of the bomb outrage in the closer settlement office. Forecast.-Fine throughout. Wheat 3s lid, oats (milling) 2s, arley (English) 3s 2d, (cape) 2s d, potatoes 85., bay (manger) Os, chaff 65s...

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Helping the Hospital. Henty Picnic Race Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 4 June 1914

el~lpienMig thIue Hos)itl.I -leunty' Plonkle Rute Meeting. : it will certainly he no. fanll. of. the onlicial; and lenst of all that of the See. rotary (,Mr .I. Ilyan) if the Hospital funds are not. oagmented by. a hsbstan., tial sum through the ltenty race meet. iug to le held nt the Merino Ttaeerourse on omlday next, .Tune 8'(King's Birth. tiny. I oliday). The meeting lha heren apromoted by the ]fetty people, with i kindly intent tobenetit that one of olr loael instituons .whioh .appeal, more thane alny 6thier to the sympathy of the publl., This Tact alotne will doubtless 0nsur'e lihbrnl patronage of the meeting by the charitable public of this district. But the Committee of management is not depending .opon sympathy with their object alone to attract visitors to the course. , The programme for the day is a good ode. and the fine list of -entries gives prnmise of good sport, and given favorable weather, of which the pros. poet in good, there is bounod to be a :bg crowd on the-race...

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Merino. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 4 June 1914

Merlio. ---4--- A social in connection with the lYongR Peoploa Clll,,>as hchld in the Mc ohanicl I Hall on Mbndy night. Ticrle asa a good attendance, and all entered heartily into tihe various formna of nmuoe ment prorided for the oecasion. l)iiring the evening, musical items were rendered hy Masses Holmes, MeInroy and Black burn, and vocal itemf by Misses Krantl and McCormiek, and Mr ,1. McDonald, Mr A. B. Shanklin much namused the eonipany by some racy recitations. A hferty rote of thanks to the helpers woa carried, with wnrm acclamation. Tlhe Preaident (Rev. .T. flchnonn annoenredl that the mecting nof the cl)b. were striotly undenominational. Thie mem hers would meet, for pleasure as well us instruilio each alternate Monday nighlt. The next syllhliis item that nigRlit fortnight n-oulld take the form of read ings from. Shlklespere. refresliments and finally "Auld Lang Syne" concluded an enjoyablle ereninig. It will Ibe learnedl with regret that Const. fills,. formerly statioin...

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
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Eye-Strain. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 4 June 1914

* eEyeStrahlu. 'he effets orf eye-s rnin are fr-reach. ling and deetr?c?tive to hental and physical development. Thel train never ceases during waking hotre.o The only remedy in proper'glaseee. "Theiy correct the do fct; relieve the strain, and'ive comfort. able, enanyvislon. Mr. 8. 13. Ahotntmey, the well-known optioian, can fit you with glasses that will give satisfaction. He will visit the district no follows:-Can. terton, Thursday and Friday,.July 2 and i, it Onasermon Hotel; Coleraine. Satur. lay andSunday. July 4 and 5, at Konroit inn Hotel ; - Hamilton, Monday and Tuesday, July 6 and 7, at Victoria Hotel; Morinn, all day Wednesday. July 8, at -ryre's Hotel,

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
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A Broken Arm. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 4 June 1914

A Broken Arm. -At the meeting of the Cnsterton brnech A. on Ttusdlay night, memr hers learned with regret from Mr C. W. S. Paramor that his nephew, .Mr A. J.1. Stanford, also a member of the branch; fin not making oltisfa4tory recovery front _n injury sustainblt?Ohine time ago. On April 18th, 1"r Stanfdord, who liver at alrParmr's house and is employed by M-r DN. ). McLean, builder and con?. tractor, was riding on a bicycle bock to work on the contract for construction of Mfr E. F. Iughes' shops in Ifenty St. While ho was running down the steep grade of the hill on the racecourse roaiL abhove the railway line, a strong followingi breeze tilted Mr Stanford' lihat forward over hin eOes, and, as )ie momentarily aost sight of the roadl in front. his machine ran into a rut and gave the rider a bad fall. As result, the hones of the left arm were broken between wrist and elbow. The injured limb was snsr. gienlly treated, but Mr Paramor moen. tinned to the branch that Mr Stanford's medical ...

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Glenelg Football Association. CLIFTON HILL V. ROVERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 4 June 1914

f. Glenilf Fonotball Annocln tion. a COLTFFTON IItiLL ov R118. " One of theo nost inlter'esting,. lfiiase 1' most, keenly contested, mnittehes played i' ln the Casterton groiind for snime year g pnalst. W that betwneen ithese clubs }) yesterdiay; T'lhe game worn'. quick and 'lively, therefore interesting to spectntors |) from start to fInih, ht'5espeeinlly in Ihe ' lstIt' qtrter, partly Ibeoaiiae the teams 'were evenly mnitched nlld there was keen rivalry botween them, but tninlv h?tienase the iimpire, M[r Wheeler, kept the play eopenby promptly pemnliiing plnyers who infin ngit ed rnlu es. : - . /: "' SThe Itover ;hail all the best of it. at the stnrl, lthouglh Clifton Hill got for Swnrd first, and play waa'not long iii pro. Sigroes before rlni. Jefrrevs rcored a goal Sfor {overs.: Tibbles wnit. about in. tlio next deal, nnd the Clifton. lHill boys got n show, with resilt thnt JTenkins squnred things itilth a goal. 'Tlien the Hovers ralliei, ann( natnetked in force, and Jef freys k...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Ensuing State Elections. Labor Candidate for Glenelg. Mr. C. W. S. Paramor Selected. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 4 June 1914

EnRsuling state Elections. 'riLabr C? dlidtte for Ilenelgr. Ma'. C. W. S. Paramor Selected. t tthe P.L.C. social at the A.n.A. hall on Tuesday night. formal announce. ment was made that Mr C. W. S. Parn. more. Casterton, had been selected to stand as the Labor candidate in opposi tion to the re.election of Mr 11. ., M. Campbell, M.L.A., for Gleneig at the ensuing general elections, which it is ex. pected will be held in September, pns. sibhly earlier. Mr P. Daler, in making this announce. ment,. said that last year the Labor: Party had met with 'a very' serious de-. fet, ant d there seemed to be an iden abroad that the Labor movement had been stamped out.in Casterton. That was not so. The P.L.C. had arranged to select a Labor candidate for Glenelg, and he had much pleasure in presenting Mr Paramor as the selected candidate. They had all knowni Mr Paramor for many years, and knew nIothling wrotng about him. With regard to the coming contest, feeling would probably run high between ca...

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
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Good News for Ladies. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 4 June 1914

Good News for Ladles. ?.diete wilt he pleased to learn that at thle reqRuest of their RmanIy patients,. tihe "Naturnt" Halth eo. of Melbourneoo. are nAnding their highly qnItfioed lady rep resentative to Hamilton on o short visit. The visit is heting eagerly looked forward to, and takes place on Wednesday, Thursday, end Friday. lIt 2nd and 3rd July, when tho Comtpany'o ropresentative may hoe seen at the Vilntoria Hotel from 2 to 7.30 o," the VWednresday, 10 to 7.30 on Thursdaty ; td t.:30 to 11.:30 a.n,. on Fri day. adiertis whosue hoalth is causing theor anxotlet' ore otrongly advised to consult her, and leaorn ow good health tlay hbe restrored to them by means of the wonderful "Naturat" Home Treatment tlhat has earedt no runny thotsands of women olt lgirls. No oherge whlateo?vr In made fur onsulltatlon or advlice. A hitll runge of modlclnes In carinrod. hiesn mhllln send 2d. postago for free Hfanlth rtide for women, to Dept. Xl., "Natttra" Health Co. 49 Elizabeth Rt,, Melbourne.

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FIRST AID TO THE INJURED. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 4 June 1914

FIRST AIl) TO TIE INJURED. Aooidents are common in every hon r bold, and it i. necesay to be ready for such emergnnalea. A bottle of Dr. 811el. don's Ma·hetio Liniment will relieve aany a sufferer. It takes the pain from eveLyburn or bruise and Is muost healing to whatever appliod. No famnily cn alto obe withoutn-Dr. Sheldon's Mag dieto Liniment, Keep d bottle on a shelf in plain sight, that it may be quiokly found when needed. Price, 1/( and 3/.

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Scots' Church Social. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 4 June 1914

Icoto' Chlirolre Social. :The lirst of ol?iyear's series of pleas. ant srinal gritherings held annmlly for the" foregolthering or members of 'the Scots. Charch rongregation and' their frielts ,was hell in the P'resbyterian Hall last nightii.'nL ?wn r proioted by Sessions and the Tennis 'llo. Among the.performerv nere? everal visitors, ain neweoners ti Cadotrton who proved vnl-ab1.le nequtisitions t toile ranks nf oar n-ealists and- eloentioniats ndt iere heartily welcomed. MrOG. K. :eitch; who presided, in the absence of tle .ler. Karl For.ler voicedl the general regriet at the absnese through illfiess of their esteenedt pastor, and it. wan agreed on the amotino of tfssrs .1. \yness anld J. Soimerville ti c,'onroy to Mr .Forotor, on behalf'of all present. expression of this regret and the hope thlt ho wolld :goon be au tie way to complete recovery. " ? o?, llowling are details of tthe pro. grn tiae:tPiano .,direlY, MisSes Tnit'; reitalion, 'The T vlentor'd Wife," Miss; G. Undva soii...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 4 June 1914

A Sign of Quality:---A.O.B. Good hire Car at 9d mr AA Y tK·OPU'S. MALEE BROS. There's None of the </ Spider. & Fly Business _ about Us Therd. none of the "ay*.leo.tegotyaO tla poles wkl .s, sad thereos 00oo of the "oJlly-lad.to.got.out" fsella with reou. Nl e? s you come I. you're serry to go?uet and leave S mena eOther . "' .d things' behind you. And there's alway somethig l esbaer here Man theh freshest elsewher. And our prsest figures ere se sople to all in the "Art of LOW Perielgi Y.u" manty talk about other ]Altor Cycle*,. Yolu ullly arg'ue from Morntng 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 Catterton, on this particular make of Motor Cycle. This long ride has brought out to view the good qualities in the building and construction of the Malee Bros' SPECIAL Motor, which speaks volumes for Motor and Rider. Agents for ROVER, PREMIER, and othe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 4 June 1914

~anont Line. Of? Reyal Mail Steamers. F?or London, via Adelaide, Fremantle (W.A.), Colombo (for India), Egypt, Naples, Toulon, Gibraltar, and Plymouth. - Lo•rLe Lrrve 1277r. irn, lklbororn. Aielnldrc. tway 12,'077 June I0 June 1: Otranto 12,124 June 24 June 26 Osterley 12,129 July 8 July 10 Oramnu 12,928 July 22 July 24 S And fortnightly thereafter. The Steamers of the Orient Line are fitted with all modern and up-to-date ap pliances for the safety and comfort of pas?enpgr. Passengere are carried In all Wlanue. Thlrd-clas accommodation: •.,-heei rooma.. dining rooms, deck lsme441qeaumid auflaue a specialty. :r -- or routh Affrlq: Pileanur or busines trips on the coast (to ?'ematla, Adelaide. Sydney, or Brie baue).quoted on application. Th.Loal Ag4ent. will supply circulars or further information on application. Pnle" from any port may be prepaid D. L.-DOWDELL, Branch Manager, 312 Collins Street, Melbourne. Lucal Agnts- YOUNG BLOS., Canterton. ortldam aid Melbourne tealmere Bail as u...

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Casterton News Printed MONDAY & THURSDAY EVENINGS THURSDAY, JUNE 4, 1914, [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 4 June 1914

Printed MONDAY & THURSDAY EVENINGS THURSDAY, J.IUNE 4, 1914; " Political Frauds," "Coleraine Special Sale," "Wimmerca and Western District' Land anl Stock Sols,"" Important Hotel n Case," News In Briof," and other inform 8 ation appear on page 4. The news will be received with pleasure by members of his congregation. and a host of other friends that the Rev. Karl Forster, M.A. has so far recovered from: " y his throat ailment, that he is expected to return to Casterton lo-night. The State School Committee. as earlier announced, has for some time been trying S.to arrange for a visit to the school of the Minister of Education (Sir Alexander id Peacock) with the Director (Mr F. Tate M.A.), with whom the District Inspecotor (Mr O. 1. Parker) and Mr H. J. M. Camp bell M.L.A. were also invited to attend, Some difficulty was experienced owing m to the Minister's time being -very, flly of occupied in preparation of aoveriment id business n view of the early opening of t. Parliament....

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Thanks. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 4 June 1914

Thnt.k. JONES.-Mrs James Jones and Mrs I, . longs and family desare to return thanks for the many kind expressions ol sympathy, letters, and floral tributes in their recent sad here»ve« ' ment, especlally thanking Dr. Skin ner and Nrsne MeoDnald for thtir .... t?,! a~tntin.[n.

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