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Tresspassing Cows. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 4 June 1914
*Trespaspusing Cown.. .. Cases of coisiderable puhlie interest were those heatrd at the Court of Petty Sessiono this morning before Messrs .1, IE. Smith, E. . P. Hfughoo., and W. 1). Davis, .l's.P., iu which the .Rnilway. Commissioners, relresented by Assistant? f-speetor J. Dean, proceeded against P. Co. Teard and E. J. Searnln for having each negligently.allowed n enw to .stray on to railnay premises. The fnats of the' arose n' diselo~ed i the evidence of the station-mn stefr, v.' .1f,'Lyndon ni nd l;sheds' porter- II. *E. Iltbinson,were.that o March oreI. lirst a row belonging- to lebrd nil.l then another owined by Sennlan "ere foolnd i tlle station yard t a stack of of oats an iho platform: . Mr TF,. Watt, who appearedt for the he defenlce in each ease, producedl 'vi Ionce ihat botl cows were lawfully alt large inl tile streets,- sunrise to sullnset Iinder periit. from llhe' t'iielga Shirei ' Conolil,'nad lhe held thit since thl gates a? the' railway' station swere .admittedly l...
Train Arrangements. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 4 June 1914
Train Arrangements. 'rain leaves Castertou 8.35 .lm., Sand ford 8.49. Henly 9,12, Merino 9.40, Grass. dale 10.12, Mlakite 10.25, Branaxholme SL:.15, arrives Hamilton 11.50. Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday. 'rain loaves Hamilton 5 p.m., Branx. " nolme 6, Minkite 6.13. UGrasdale 630, Merndo 6.55, Henty 7.10, Sandford 7.25, arrives Casterton 7.45 Tuesday and Friday. Leaves lamiltol 6.5, Branxhlmie 7.45, 1 lMiaklto 7.28, rassdale 7.40, Merino 8.10, 3 Hanty 8.25, Sandford 8.15, arrives Caster. ton 9. Thursday. Leaves tlanilltol 10.17 a.ll.. Brau.lll htlnme 11.25. (laseadalet 11,53, Marina 12.17 p.m.. Henty 12.29. Sandford 12.47, arrives Casterton 12.55. -Leaves UCaterton 3.10, Saildford 3.24, SHuny 3.42, Marino 4.2, Grasadale 4.30, arrives Branxholme 4.55, arrives Hamll. Ston 6.8 tin. -
News in Brief. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 4 June 1914
News in Brief. For probate purposes, the -estate of th. late Mrs Annie Quayle Townsend. who 'iled at Christchurch on May 16. was sworn at being under .800,000, but it.is ixpeoted that the. value will be approxi. mately £1,000,000, making it probably the largest estate for which probate heas beeri nought in New Zealand. Charles hl\i*., nr of thle beet known horse trainers in the Western district of N.B.W., It: ajith a fatal accident on Sunday mornllng. While he was riding t'etford he lost control of the horse, which raced alung, and Davis collided iith a plost wilh considerab!e force,. Hie Injuries Included a fractured skull. He Iled at noon. Whilst Mres Jins Loner, of Waterloo, Myrtleford, wa. feeding a pet borne ehe patted the aninmal affectionately, Laeh. lng out, the horse kicked her on the knee, fracturing her kneecap. RELIEVES IJd OF ANXIETY. S"Ever inco nmy little boy, David, was three I have ivomen im Chamberlain'e Cough Remedy," says Mrs 0. A. Parton, Little Chealer Street, ...
Casterton Post Office. Mail Arrangements. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 4 June 1914
Casterton Post Office. M II .&rraiigemnentd. Muil ruilnned tld curo due at the C'alertuu PiL't Office a uaderc : NotE-u5I IcRaliae mornlag; a, afernooU, palcey--Cloea B I8 m Tr? ald Fri due 6 a Wed and Set. Private bag: Elderell. Araratl-Clioi every r thring at 8 atd 2.10O a Theret; due 7.45 it Sloe. Wed and Sat, 9 a Tue. anl Fri, I p.n. nld 7.45 a Thra. Ardn--Close daily 8 at (lan excepted. adie 7.10 a Maon Tlas Wed rlad -Fri, 1.U0 a Thlre, 0 a See., Ihliatret-CClube every lloerling at 8 and 2.10 a Thee ; dtute 7.15 a Men Wed alid Sat, 9 a Tue and Fri, l lp.m. and 7.4 a Thurd, Blahigllah--aloe 11 al Tuee, due 10.10 at Tues, BrUuxolno--Cluou overy" morning at 8 and 2.10 a Thure; due 7.41 Mnou Wed and Bat, U a Tueen and Fri, pi.I and 7.45 a Theura,. Brlmboial-Clote 0 a Tuee Thura and Sai; duo 0.1 a Tues,, .15 a Thure and Sat. Private ba : Watldo View, Carpooke-Close every moereeg at 8 ; due 7.15 t daily. I'rinate bage: Itlln Viata, Tthe Cetllto, preicigtlcld, T. Carroll, ilen...
A ROCKHAMPTON LADY CURED OF INFLUENZA BY DR. SHELDON'S NEW DISCOVERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 4 June 1914
A ROCKHAMPTON LADY CURED OF INFLUENZA BY DR. SHEL. DON'S NEW DISCOVERY. "I had a most severe attnck of Infl - enzn," writes Mrs E. A. Hurley, Kent. street, Rookhampton, Q. "My head ached, my throat was very sore, making swallowlng very painful. I seemed to have pains in every part of my body. IMy iseg were often so weak [ had to lie down. This lasted for maomle time, al though I woe continually taking icures' whhlch did me no good. One day I chanced to see an advortlsment In the 'Bulletin' and sent for a iottle of Dr. Sheldon's New Discovery. Two daye' treatment made a great improvement In me, to I kept taking It, feeling it wal tindeed ditferent to nil the remedies I hid tried. I linve just nllished my secrond bottle, and feel as if I had a new lease of life. Not only has It cured me of Influ enea, but It seoms to have built ilp the body too. It is a wnnderfitl medicine and should ihave a place in every home. Dr.Sheldnu'a New Discovery is sold at 1/6 and 3/.
Casterton Coursing Club. Opening Meet of the Season. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 4 June 1914
(Casterton Coursing' Club. Opening Meet of lit e SenonllO ' Olliinlen.-.President, Mir J. Mj.--ills VireePresidents, Mesres If. V. Mne Leod, 'W. E. Oleverdon. P. :,Daley; .ndge, fr',. J. Garvnn; Slipper, .Mr G(. Jeffreys; lion. Sees., Messrs L. .1: . Rold and W. Rl. Mcenl, SThe lrst coursing meerting o f li sea non was held yesterday at,: Muntllnam, when the rourrsos in rontest for an All:" Aged Stake were ru on on properties kind. ly placed. at disposal of: the clul? by. Messrs .T. F. Kirby; Stock Bros. alnd If. M. Maeckinnon.. ITares ?ere fairly numerous and very strong;? nadl :tere were n numnher of exciting coirses. The result was a divide between Mur L. Campbell's Spanish eliue nd l'Mr P. Daley's Merry Butler. Details of individulnl eourse restlis were as follow: FIRST RlOUtID. W. Clarke's Gold Brewr bente D. lono. van's Glenelg. T. Bawden's Royal Portune, leat 1'. H. Nolte's ?Master Braddon. L. Campbell's Spanish ..li, beatnt'P. llawden's Blue Peter. E. Larkin's Olland's Pride...
[BY WIRE.] Melbourne, This Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 4 June 1914
Meiboeirsie. Thlis' DP' Tihe final cassunlity list in re" ferenc.- to the: St.;- Lawrence disnater shows -that 432 lives wore saved aild 1024 lost. " Fur. thel?hnarges and counter charges regarding :the condict -nof the captains of the "colliding vessels have heeri nilade.-.Totiis Gosselini 'K.C', :whow; .wiso: iled? ecliireo that Capt,:Andlersonnof toe Stor stdd did i°d 1othiin,: iandl h P no hboats wore :lowered .froim that vessi6el Iwile 'the-, eire~v`: weren standing idle on dock.?" A. marin e superintendent --who 'was saved denies allegations against: Capt. Kendall of the yEmpress of. Ire land. He says Capt. Kendila in tendedl to go down :vithl the. ves sol, iit ;was prevented from doing so l by fate. . ldentifloation of bodies is "difficiilt owinrg to mutilh tion. fnvoestigation showsa thatit would l havoe heen inipos sible for' the Stortad's stemin to have remainedl locked :ini th? side of: the liner, asi her lhows were twisted out of sha?e liv, the forward motion of" tihe li...
The St. Lawrence Calamity. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 4 June 1914
The St. Lawrence Onlnamity. " Among pIssenngers on bonrd the ?Em. to press of Irelnad who lost their liven I through the fatal collision in the St. r Lawlrence last week, were 150 delegntes I proceeding to the Salvation Armyn Con ; ference in London. Of these it in re. 1 ported thant 100 perished, these ineildii?g SConmissioner (in command in Canadan) o and Mrs Rees, Colonel Mnidment (Chief . Secretnry to the Cnnndian ronotingent) I and MInrs ranidment. The entire terri. torial held force for Canada was in fact Swiped out by tIe cntastroplhe,. It is feared that thie father, Itotler, and brother of Colonel Mnamillian of the Army Training College, Melbourne, were ailno nnong the lost. - r.Lnawrenlel Iring, o whoith his Wife (Miss Manbel Ifackney) was lost. with the Empress of Treland, was younRgest soIt of the. famons..:ictor, Si.' Ioliry Trring, tndthrotlhor of Mr ft.; .. . Tring, who tonred Altstralia two vfarn nrn..
A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 4 June 1914
,l A.N.A. ie A N At the fortnightly meeting or thq Cans terton branch held on T'Inosnay night, the President (Mr F.f Fell) in Lhe chair, it Mr WV. A. W'; Kell was electeil a: meem her on transfer from; tho'e llamilto6l branclh withl wlheli: he hadi long been Sactively andl:prominentlyassociated; At a later sange. [Meqrs .hell anid W. Law. rence, 'the only' candidaltes nominated, were declared elected 1to ll .two vmaint neals on tle Cnmtmnittee, :. "' Accouinti't to imnonlil 'I. -s i were pasned for piaynent, and ithe Secretary reportedi that .Cll i|dil lbeen loldged ito credit of the brancha in tile hnk,. thih anim, together withl'.C11 ils 7id relorted iSy tile 'I'reasurer ns received Iniring thel fortnight; necountinyj for receilit of orpr Cl100 during the panstt qnarter. On motion, pltrsannt to notice, of mar. II. 8. Mellean, seronded by Mr "\A. ~? Donald, the motion allotting 20 tier Pent of receipts on all entertninmeld-to n'th- e ifall Committer was resainiled, i.id- oi? motion...
No More Indigestion. WONDERS ACHIEVED BY NEW PRODUCT. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 4 June 1914
K.-, no More d Indltgcsliom. "--.". SWONDEIIS AOHIEVED RY NEW PRODUCT. It seems reasonlable tonaspose that in i? short tl.nt there will he no mnorn indl. cesticn or dyspepsin. The ()ill stylo 'digestives" sach' as bisamlth, tiepslne. charcoal, soda, etc.. which after all alre only temporary in their effects, aire rapidly becoming discarded in favor of.. a s?imgls antacid, known to chemriss noe binuratoed magnesia, with the result that physicians tre being called upon to treat fewer cases ofstomnach trouble than ever before. 'Thlls is not so very snrprising when it is remembered that, according to available statistics, over ninety per cent. of oiall stomach troubles are dtue to acidity. Bi.uroted magnaesia ainy readily be obtainedl from any cheminst at a small coat, andti half.o.tenpoonful taken in a little water after meals will immediately. neultralise nil harmful acids in the atornm ach, prevent fermentationn, anld thelllake fond easy of'digestion.
Inspection of Potatoes. Uniform Charge Advocated. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 4 June 1914
Inipections of I (IattioeR 1 Untiform? Charge Advornted. Tihe qnestion of cnarge for inspectioil of potatoes was raised in course of an in.. terview with- the Minister of O Cstoms (Mr Groom)'last week by theli Ministers of Agricuilture for :Vietorin -(Mr Illnt chinson), New South a'nlesi (Mr Ash. ford) and South Australin (('r Poscoea). Complaint hns'been made of the feel of I1s per ton. charged for -inspectionn by the WVest Australian Government, the. charge in . all the. other Australian States being di per ton. -'-The thfree Ministers of Agriollture liointed: out that at the recent conference it liad been agreed to urge the enstablishmont' of a :miform inspection fee throughont the Commonwealth.- T11 Minister;-: of: Customs stated that'tO. hehad seen Mr Dath; Minister of Agriculture in Vrest' Australia,.who had promisedt to hnre the nlatter looked into as regarded his Stnter where it 'vould :be reviewed h -:iiun officer . appointed "'by the. \West, A.\ ns tralino Government, nand...
Invaluable Remedy. Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills Afford Genuine Relief from Biliousness. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 4 June 1914
Ilnvallltable Remedy. Dr. Morse's Indian lRoot Pills Afford Genuine' lRe lief front Biliousness. "I was a dreadful sufferer from liiliousness," writes Mrs. Lizzie Gando, of 13 Soott's Prade, Balla rat East, Vie., "and tried many so called remedies with no improve ment whatever, and receiving one of your pamphlets decided to give Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills a trial. I was agreeably surprised to find after taking a few doses the bilious attacks would rapidly vanish. I have been that bad I could scarcely hold my head up,, but since taking Dr, Morse's TIndian Root Pills I have found genuine relief from myold disorder. I speak of them to neighlbours- as an invaluable remedy for Bilious ness. You can use these few lines for publication."'
Wimmera and Western District Land Sales. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 4 June 1914
Wintuera and Western Dls trlet Land Sales. Messrs Young Bros., Horsham, Nhill, Hamilton, and branches, report having effocted the follow ing recent sales totalling:-3314 acres for £20,660, and leusod 2589 acres. Their total sales for our rent year, January 1 to May 30 (live Iunth ), w - . ... I ,175 acres for £192,953. aIII lauoud 28,501 acres. Mrs S. Williams, Kaniva, 520 acres at £3 15-. t , Jno. Hlowo; .Ini. Sargent, Rupanyup,. allot meant , land to T. H. IGraham ; M'Mill:tn's Estate. Knnliv., 1277 acres at £3,10s to R: und J. Dick son (conjunctioii Moessrs Ed. Trenciehrd niidCo.); Ed. H-arris, Adelaide,.S.Ai;.1309.acres land at. Beulah, onleuas 'to Jno. Powel, and on acCnunt Chas. Rowe, 1280 acres; Colii' R. Tulloh, South Kolor, Penshurst, 719 acres to A. G. Kean. Elmhurst: B. O'Cal laghan, Hamilton, allotment of land to H. O. Cox; M. Robertson, B3anyena, 437 acres on lease to W. Lang; Rev. Hiller, Murton, 34 acres, to G. H. Gulbin ; trustees late C. T. Sutherlandl. "The Grange,...
Important Hotel Case. Misrepresenting Cordial to Customers. "O.T." Successful in Securing a Prohibition. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 4 June 1914
Imlportant Hotel' Case. %iUsrejpreseuting Cordial to CUustomers. "O.T.": luccesaful In Secur ing a Prohlbltion. The hearing took place in Sydney during the week, before Mr Justice Harvey, of the suit instituted by O.T. Ltd., for an in junction to restrain Thomas Gar .linor Muir, licensee of the Surrey Ilotel, Sydney, from selling or passing off any cordial, not being of plaintiff's manufacture, as for O.T. Plaintiff company, which carries on bnusiness as manu facturer and vendor of this par ticular cordial, claimed to sells large quantities of it in N.S.W., where it had acquired a favorable reputation, and was spoken of and known as by the trade and public as "O.T." Plaintiffs charged that the defendant had frequently and habitually offered fur sale and sold and was still offering certain other cordials of similar appearance and taste, but not of plaintiff's manufacture, as and for O.T.; also that when telling the cordials defendant, by his servants had represented that the cordials...
Wimmera and Western District Stock Sales. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 4 June 1914
;Vitlnlunua':l Itnd(I WVestern D)i I ritt, Sloctk SIIIos. M1essrs Young B1ros., lorshn?u,,N-hill, -llamilton Hnd Ibrahnches, report I- hting hold during the month of May, in South Australia, N.S.W. nod Victorla : 136,1 1t sheep, 2,331 eattle, '174 horses. And for the current year, January I to to May 310 (tive monthn) :--589,9129 sheep, ?9.4 rans, 5,276 cattLle, 1,9lilth horses, 2 stallioins. They desire to in. tinmlte to their clietls throughout the CommonwetiiOit lth thati several new ~brniiCh. es Ia re not beetn opened, viz. :-Clarllton; manatger 31r :. .[; \\indlsor; W'yhe. proof, mannger .Mr if. .1. Gardner; St. Arnaud, nllnlger Mr ". r . I)uncann; 1lirehip, imalinge Mr F. J. Symes ; IMtlrnoo, agents Mlessrs Steele liros. Stock matrkets ore lo?w arranged at eachl of these entllres. and1 ownerS are specislly invited to yard tny lines thal t they ire desiroos of di.sousiig of. .\t Ilor:nai sale yards on Saturday, Iniy 2:1, 1:3,111) hlieep were sold by amntionlm aitd privately. Ot...
St. Mary's, Sandford. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 4 June 1914
St. Mary's, Sandford. SParishiioners have taken up very en. lhsiastnically preparation for the fete to boe held on December 2, which has been arranged specinlly to provide cost of effectirely lighting iip tie chutrchl build. ing, the extension -of which will, it is expected, hare been completed by the contractor, ,Mr W. Diwell, early text month. It is hoped that ,by the time the additions to the building have been completed, n tlp.to.lotd tair gas systenm of lighting will Ioire been installed.