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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 15 January 1914
LID., EMPLOY'itS LIASIUTY. OSSE M?Aho En ,lemo;e ..t AGENTSWANTRU !i!i! 461 T* 471 3 S DM-tll! £re L .'T e., D Ts. Pickled Pears.-To four and al-hall piounds of fruit allow one pound and hlaif of sugar, one pint of good wine coder vinegar, a- little cinnamon, . i .tho rind of ,a lemon t Peel the R. iWl should e just on the 5ei~pdf frip pe-b. halve them, and -re. over the. tres. Bohl together the aadur, skimming t thor mohrs Pet lathe pearsl vitlr thecnat mda and lemonrtioadi aund simmer e't a clear ore iuntil th. fruit is tep '' Thn lift out the pears and place Usi'ln Jars and"pour the bit syrup ft er:them. After a week drain off 4own securely. i -rtten Broth.-l pe two pounds o. iek of imutton, rSeptember 2 1at, and ff the sk; aut othe meat eleven chsmall eises5. Put the mpeat and 0 ones in a ga, add oeour cpuhinks of cold water, -.C d who s ven .y ltser hours;atte nght to edol; u the orning re-ad. Sa Windso rConvent School. and their Sthe at, re hoe as nd serampe with tblepoonful o...
THE HATCHING OF CROCODILES. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 15 January 1914
THE HATCHING OF CROCODILES. An niclilIe crnaking.~ rc\ is ii Ll"r..1 by tin wvithiin illb eggs in -whinch thieyn. laid, and the ily is so ln~t. an I tiI,(t that, it can he hnalcln nhen 111: e'ggs tnr btuied in sand. lUhntr W. .b I ttltlt c IIIn I hats r i uely t(test l ci th ta it lagos. . 11lu, herd a eroahin_ no frcuit hltwii s it dy path, andn,!. nki ithe i tih to ~iive,t ignte Ice ecclltccb liseni cd tlirtteen ci lc c lril' ;t' ts t t i illicth itt lbout. egicte c' nib',. 111 lie Yount iic cIutlc d liblthachd vIcccntec'i being hug tip.IID
A REMARKABLE BIRD COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 15 January 1914
A REMARKABLE BIRD COLONY. Thie most remarkableo bird colrony in tih world is on lit?it Island, in. th Great Salt Lake, Utah. Tho. isand is about twelvo acres in extotl;'and ol oo rocky pinnacl a hundred feato-l, b.'o tihe brine, with not n drop or fiech watter to Iho found, nd where tlihrod.is nothilng to excite the cupidity orcoom inrctial instinct. of m1a, the bilsd. .gulls, pelicans, herons, nnd cormorants by the thousand-malce their home. 'Thi island canl ho seon it. it distance.of ten miles, rising like a "cocked ha?' not of'the snappliro of the inland sea. 'fThle birds are utterly fearless. Pro-' tected as they are by the laws of the ,Stte,. they have had little caus :to fear man nud his loattl-dealing weap ons.' Itis necessary to ilso tho grteteot care to avoid stepping on.tho nesls and eggs of the Ltonsof thoinnlla s (Iof Ocn fowl thnat hve establisheld thleir robk crires (n tle islet.
THE BLOATER. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 15 January 1914
THE BLOATER. It is genrally kriown tllnt a bloat.r Sis a completo herring slightly salted ad smnoked;,but feo" people are aware ithat,:the origin ,of this Qrticlo of dliet Swasas uceidental.': A l . irmout lerringl curer, wion learing his promises one nighitafter nil his workpeople .lnd goeo found a quantlit of good hierrings whirlc had hbee overlooked. rFearing they would be spoiled if left as they wcre, lie spriokledtlhem wltlh salt and liifl them in Lis "smoke house," in whrlr oak-billet wat then being burnedl. 'ThFe next mnolaning it waon evident tlhat his experiment hadl been slcccssful. ir. began to Ospecialiso in this, direction. an example which was specdily. ' fulloswil by otlhers, luntil tie famie of the blo:ter wni establllshed in the lind. , . .The kipper is a slplit hierrinp eried in smloke. The late ilr. John I\ codger, of'Newcastle-oli-Tyne namil -armooth. was the fortuilnto discoverer of this mie thodi of treating the herriig. , The procesos of prolducing the red ier...
AS YOU'RE PASSING. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 15 January 1914
AS YOU'RE PASSING. Whln thLo shly is dak and dreary, And your heant "anl llands nro iweary,; Laugh a little, smile a little, Just to chasell tllhe clouds away. i\\len you think your fiieuds all fail you, -."?.::.?}-? And y1ou cannot tell what nils you- Laugh a little, smnileo i littlo, ,, Just to chaso tho blues away:.,. 1-rotting nrer hielpo yoil aly, Mu- yoii,, troubles Ig a or- any; ; ,Lanugh l ittlqe smbil an'* littlde; ?-. ;: Just to 'chaso duII thoughts ;."aX - Yoi'lt le battor sistetr, brother, ravo:mores loassn for on another, if ou-i laugn h and-.slme a littlo As uu'r' passing on yoIr nway.
MARVELLOUS BIRDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 15 January 1914
MARVELLOUS BIRDS. "Speaking of hens," said nou American traveller "remind.s me of an old heo sly dad Jad on a farm in Dakota. Sheb would hatch out anything from a taen, uis-ball to a lemon. Why, oue day he* sat-on a piece of ice and hatchOl out, two quarts of hot waterl" .i o'That' doesn't come up to ita hlue footed iheu my old -mother once had," raid one of ;iLis hearers. "They had been feeding her by mi.utakt on saws5 dust iistonl of oi atmanl. a ell, bhd laid tw'lveo eggs and sat on them, and lwhen. they were hatelhel eleen of the chickons had , wooden legs and tbo twelfth was a woodlpecker I"
IMPRISONED IN A GLACIER. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 15 January 1914
IIMPRISONIED IN A OLACIIrR. , Sem,, thlrilling osperlencec onco t& fell Mr. Frederick Chamherlin %hilst ln wao rexploring tile Alps. In tio "Wide World Magazinu" he writeS of an advnture thllt b?fcll him on the after noon of a September doiy whno ho.waa dekcending tih i now slope of a moun ijiuddenly I found myrlf in front of ta nrticilnrly nasty serac, or ieO-ridrc tlint gnve vry litten oothold. h Hurfare. was not broklen n d crumbly, but just Hmouth, troacliherous ice. IHow ever, I wao not going to be daunted, ac.. 1 wormed my wiy tup, and wao about in desend tie othlor side, when with 3tt warning' my feet shotr from under lit, nnl I started careering down e tbh slope at brdalk-neek speed. D ovn' alitd,.: itrafghlb thrinuiigh 'a: Tfuel-shaped bolo nto a . partly-forned crovasso. 1 - brought upi slhrply ngaiust. a snialt l'b of ice tliat only jult prerouitd io rbi tbt : conitiluing my. headlong careeoor iut o.'1'-:; goping "l?m bolown. bl ' " .s . ,For n row aconds In y hal...
The Man who Dodged Work. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 15 January 1914
The Man who Dodged Work. .T? 'iy Cthiles P'helps Cushing, in the . 'rgonaut." 'It's frightfully hard to muke some pursona understand that when one of literature's vagrants has money enuogli to lot him into tliohe middl el of Janu nry he continues to be rich until lihe's polr again. -Whoen I'm poor I chase wrh, takeli on inyh sort of hack writing, from interviowu to encyclopaedias, Ilut wlhen rin rich I (dodge it. 'IThe harder I pursue, the more desperately I have to flee later on. .Or I ishold r tfo, i thcer, that in the way thinegs toadto Ihe in tho days obllen, I weua nlshmredof my soul "and afraid to fling capitil back in tile publilsher's teeth. Au you sthall see. A mlonth ago I looked at my hbatie iook nid witi "ntnso gratification dis covered'lthat the blal:nc had roacl?el the tnaprecindcnted liiglhvatur nmark of l00 dollars. That was enoglgh to clange my whole attitude towards ox istence. IPron., that time forthf until mly fiends shall sink to zero again I am rich, and despis...
REASONS FOR ROTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 15 January 1914
.REASONS FOR ROTATIONS. AL the basis of all genuine rotations lies troh fact that plants differ from one another :they differ from' onu an other in their demands upon the soil. both chemical and physical Ithey dif fer with regard to their toot.system, depth or feeding, their moisture s-c quirements, their limo or feeding, their dates In reaching maturity. etc. ,Many plants impoverish tie soil; c few oenrich it; some spoil its pllysieal condition, while others Improve It mt that regalrd. Many crops favor the growth of weeds. while othera. elthe are able to hold the weeds In cihech or require such cullivation and treat ment an will prevnnt their growitl.. All these differences fit plants tor different places in rotation.. and a well arranged rotation Is one In which, the. strong points of one crop, follow so as to it, Into the weak points el another. orvice versa, and it, this way reduce deficienclies to a minimum. A crop that requires a largo amount oi one elementl should be olitloes...
SUBMARINE CINEMA PICTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 15 January 1914
:' 'SUBARINE'OINEMA PICTURE's. ''iaoig Llio- prohobilities of thLo f f tliro.rae ioiviniog pictires toiilCn at tlhe hottoieii hf.tlio Ken.a 'Alruildy'a yvou ng Aincricirln,.; ,-Erneost,.Wi liinisoli; _ lsi takicn sniapshots'nat ia, dIept;o(. thirty lire f.ct,; emid wis-ll k?on'ako e ia orlg liictiuroioiitlit to: lbrininuda to npocore d?r.ired ..siiliinrino : scnesi.: .-'For tihis trilp a spcial boat will:beused.: Wil IianlMl is'' an ioersiiliei, plhioograflihr. iid cartoonist. His.father; Cnpt. J. 1j. )silillsaonn, invcntti the .'flexible stib narine tibo fromn which liliotogrnphls iindlr 'thelo'-utr aire :.tlrcedy becn taktllV , 'Z- I . . ... elociuitlv in "Inniptoil IlRnds Wil linison, tDhi yonnger, wont down in tile tube, wtyhillh'.w fixed'into I Vi'Cll at tho" botto iiof. a bargeo tliirty' feet longy:hlld well wzi'.'six feet siuarOe.-. Tle ?lihe, mnado of iron sections with a I.wItnr proof courr of rubber and cnlrnvs, could be lowered to iiny.d iuipth. At tile bot tom of tlhe tu...
SOME SALUTATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 15 January 1914
SOME SALUTATIONS. 'ell prostratiolin and thi :cil;In, snl utatioins tllt Iallny Orientalns us, U ro oily more pionounlled ; forls of the how. So there is a connlection between ithe inibrac, on iontnmin in civilised ronllolriu, IiIId tlhe giroltig e OP it iielo ber of the iKoiri trieo of Ilritisih Now Guinen, who, in snaluting a missionary, pinccd b lno arm iibou this neck and strokedl him under.the chin. . .m\nong the lMasni ond the Ukorewo it is a nmark of "resirct to, greet arlnae" luaintanui o or, a stranger by;.spittini, uIt il. Alltlost nr sstruilgo Is ti o ?tn, tor inscrilbe to'ti: u''ibutuns of putting out the tongueo bhy way of onlutati on. Ittbillhu iInoses is itlito cofimon; thie urllloueso i"ll niny triies of .Ikiunos, Laplinuders, nd ~inlnysn d to so.. Strlalger tlltil tas of tOllhro ecurllni it tih eepi :deg bolttionli tl lilnt Iln boll obserlcl ainlonlr Coeitril Soiuiti IliTer icon ]iiiimno. 'his foirIU of greetfi?g lce'mir too ill the Aiulltnlllnll ilands, Nci Zealand...
Casterton Court of Petty Sessions. Roster of Justices for 1914. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 15 January 1914
Caisterton Vourt of Petty tessions. Hoster of Jliutleeis"for 1914. January 22-Mesera Somerville, Mur roll and Vcitch. January 29-Mesars Holmes, Miller, Hughes and Carmichael. February 5-Messrs Hughes and Smith. February 12.-Messrs Holmes and Murrell. Eebrunary 19 -Messrs oss and Bomer ville. February 26-Messrs Davis, Holmes and Veitch... . .. . March 5-Meaers Hughes, Murrell and Little. March 12-Messrs Smith, Holmes and Carmchanel. March 19-Mosrs Rosse and Veltch. March 26-.Mesars Davis and Somer ville. April 2-Messrs Hughes and Davis. April 9.-Messrs Smith, Ross and Little. April 16-Mesasr Somerville, Murrell and Jackson. April 23-Mesere Veitch, Holmes and Miller. May 7-Mesars Smith and Murrell. May 14-Messrs Hughes and Somer ville. May 21-Messre Veitch, Rose and Onrmichael. May 28-Messre Holmes and Davis. June 4-Messrs Smith and Davis. June 11-Meessr Hughes and Somer. ville. June 18-Messrs Holmes and Rose. June 25-Mesers Murrell and Veitch. July 2-Messrs Smith, Hughes and Jackson....
Police Maglstrates Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 15 January 1914
Policet -M?ilglireateH Fixtures. Branxholme--Monday, 11.30 a.m., on J.anuary 12, Flbruary 16. March 16. Ballmonrl-Tuiodny, noon, on Fhbruary C~Outerlon-Monday. 11 a.m., on Feb rusry 2, March 2 and 3'0. (?il.r.aine-Friday, 11 n.m;, on Jana ary omii, Gilrni~rv 6irehll 6. SlCr.dtilhuilu- dnwmdlY. 2 p.m., FIbrn-. ary 2. I26. rr.w-Thurldaiy, 2 p.m., Fehruary .lt.if-l'rll y, 11 .m1., on January 30, Fchrir .ry 27, Marcli 27.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 15 January 1914
A NEW ST 'OToRY. Will be - Commenced Next Week:. WATSON'SN?NI SUPREME AMONG, SCOTCH WHISKIES AGE AND QUALITY GUARANTEED. JAMES WATSON & Co L'. 0UNENEE. o/Ottw/1ýcýQ - - 'Y" -"/f~~~a·t: of 'teal. twmtfILE/ or lay, N ý'" TO IN V NTO R B -PATENT S Obtained In Commonwealth and Else. where for.lmproved methods of Appll ancee. Tools; etc., of any description. Full Information, Cots,. etc., sent oq appllcatlon to A. O. SACHSE. C.E. AUSTRALIAN WIDOWS' FUND BUILDINGS, Corner Collins and William Sta., MELBOURNE. ."ýýýýi". Pleasintg & ý exA larozting: Non tHlt your isa'? hare gono awayi. to sclho l d uid *a-sf.shtss Itavo ob mat rehi, I ,eiipItI i 5i fi ittrirterr Ilisntul nrattnd Ito iii, don't you, \Mr. (',d crrlc·y?" "Wefl, it's not a, bad an it might beo. l\bii I 1o-iti rotting. at dinnttr initw iI alrays ktisw ilhit it will bo my turn to rat btefrore scrythtng is so colct thnt it is tasteless." SAC
Train Arrangements. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 15 January 1914
Train Arrangements.. Train leave COnsterton 8.35 a.m., Sand. ford 8.49. Henty 9.12, Marino 9.40, Grass dale 10.12, Milakite 10.25, Branxholme 11.15, arrives Hamilton 11.50. Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday. Train leaves Hamilton 5 p.m., Branx. nolmo 6, Miaklte 6.13, Orasdolo 0"30, Merino 6.55, Henty 7.10, Sandford 7.25, arrives Casterton 7.45 Tuesday and Friday. Leaves Hamilton 6.5, Branxholme 7.15, Miakite 7.28, Orasdalo 7.40, Merino 8.10, Henty 8.25, Sandford 8.45, arrives Caster ton 9. Thursday. Leaves Hamilton 10.17 a.m., Bronx holmo 11.25. Orassdalo 11,53, Morino 12.17 p.m., itenty 12.29. Sandford 12.47, arrives Castorton 12.55. Leaves Casterton 3.10. Sandford 3.24, Henty 3.42, Merino 4.2, Grasadale 4.30, arrives Branlholme 4.55. arrives Hamil. ton 6.8 p.m.
NERVES AND THE WOMAN. Living Too Hard. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 15 January 1914
SERVE8 AND 'HE WOMAN. Living?pToo.-Hard. ' - tFls is tile age~ot .hnr work; Whet, cooceantration on whatever one hap pelts to takel up Is essential to su. cops. The business woman who,waatl io, get on has to work hlrd and it?e baird every Iour or tile day. The pro res:oullon wonlo who i siicks ll ill he lp?isnod by other complttolturs l tile raLe for flame and autce'ia. Life la do fIll of manifold Interestsa Itat even Ihe daonesticated ivoianl, ioless sole leads tile uanarrowest of,lives, Is occu pied all day long. W? c have all to Ilv, lll -work to 'hu nest of our allihty in thi twit Wellintih een.y, alid, It:Is iI very good thlu a ILt.? have, Iecaulle it is t hh .lifel that "?- full of work and Interests that is best worth II?lng. lBut there Is another side to the qluestion. Whilst. ninny women cab stand the strain and be all the better for it, a v:oriitin uumber break down. They develop "nerves." they show slgns of wear and tear, of over-strin and'con stalnt tension. They begin t...
THE VIXEN Published by Arrangement with Ward, Lock & Co. Melbourne. All Rights Reserved. CHAPTER XIII. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 15 January 1914
S My, LWINT, TZHAMWN.. I'ubliahed by Arrangement with Wad, Lock . Co., Melbourne. All Rights Reserved. S CAtIPER XI.,. The Court had risen for lunchcon, tad every restaurant In the vicinity d the Law Courts was Inconveniently packed; the busy clink of knife and tsat, chia sid glass, offered a philo aghmlo contrast to the continuous mur anr of subdued hrgument. The gen -r?ul tope'iof 'conversatflol was Missa U-?-Tey's wevdenceo. The honest way the had stood up to eses'eatamnihftlon was greatly com anented upon and admired; yet a curi •ans'?nd unreasontabli oplnion prevsll-' ;-_that 'had Job?nCott been able to t--' his last quertion hnimself, Angela. would have answered differently: this "as the hotly-debated topic: was there foendatlol for a suspicion that Angela t?ak the neckilao? There was one quiet corner In an Snpretentious restaurant where there was no argument. The Earl and Countess of Poettigew eat there; PIett trylg to dhdkle down' an indifferent -sale,' while Dainty sat scow...
Casterton v Mt. Gambier. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 15 January 1914
Uttstertont v Mt. GOambler. A teamn representing the Casterton ist)irict met one from the Mt Gambler District chosc by. Mr W. P. Hayman, at the Casterton ground. yesterday, and treated the spectators to the liveliest ex hibition of erifiket we have had here for. a long time. .Therspecial featiire of the gome that' eontriblited to the liveliness of the play wis the marked stlperiority of the batting to the howling in each team, which was reflected in the exceptionally high average of tle nscores made, and the speed at which the Iatsmen put on the runs. The ltome team batting firstJDr Doeravin anld Dinne opened and both yore soont busy, though the bowling of the visitors was better at the start than later in tllhlganie. The two had put on f0 runs beforp'Dr. Deravin lost. his wic. .ket for 33, includilng I4 bomidaiy Ilits. II'Ewe'was' next, andltnd just started when the lunch andournoment took place. The visitors, were entertaitied at dinner at the Casterton Ilotel by the Casterton Cih...