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Hospital Bazaar. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 8 June 1914
]Ever sinee the Canterton Ifosfitinl wa sestablislhed it has beeni the customi to hold a bzanar In aid of the institution every alternate year during, the May rare-week. The Committee therefore regard that woek. in everry secondiyear, ajspractically establishhd byi Iustosm a: rceserved,'sn far as inzaars go,; for "hos. pital lpurposes. List year 'it declined In waive its right- in favor of a religionls hody.. 'l'his year the Cnsterton laring COlb announced some time ago, i :bnaoznr in aid of tlie Club Tmdis' for, May rae week of 1914f. ;The matter was iunder diserssiano at tlie Hlospital Committee meeting ion Friday afternoon last, and there was lengthy discussion on the attitude which toe Committee should sisoumee. Some members of Committee are members of the Racing Clunl also, andt the opinion was freely expressed that if the'llospital authorities. represented courteusaly to thle lRaing Clii that the holding of ia Imzaar neot year f(r the. hlospital was essential to niainlaining t...
Train Arrangements. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 8 June 1914
Train Arrangements. Train leaves Casterton 8.95 a.m., Sand. ) fourd 8.409,Henty 9.12," Merino 9.40, Grass. date 10.12, Miaklte 10.25, Branoholme 11.15, arrives Hamilton 11.50. Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday. Train leaven Hamilton 5 p.u:, Braln iQlmo 6, Miakito 6.13, Grasedalo 630, Merino 6.55, ienoty 7.10, Sandford 7.25, arrives Casterton 7.45 Tuesday and Friday. Leaves Hamilton 6.5, Branxholme 7.15, Miakite 7.28, Grasedale 7.40, Merino 8.10), Henty 8.25, Sandford 8.45. arrives Canter ton 9. Thursday. h Leaves Hamilton 10.17 a.,., tlran-. holme 11.25. Grasedaelo 11,53, Merino 12.17 p.m., Henty 12.29, Sandferd 12.47, arrives Canterton 12.55. Leaves Casterton 3.10. Sandford 3.24, 3 Ilenty 3.42. Merino 4.2, Grasedale 4.30. arrives Branlholme 4.55, arrives. Hmil ton 6.8 p.m.
Selection of Candidates. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 8 June 1914
Selection otf Onndidttes. The sitting Libcral omembers will all be the selected Liberal cnndidates for the Beata they now hold, except .r?i Agar Wynne, who may inot seek re election for Ialaclara, and possibly ifr A. C. Paltmer, who may possibly not lie chosen to carry the party Ianner in Elhteso. For Bnlaelarla. either Dr Carty Salmon, or -Mr J. If, lewison will he the Liberal enndidate in the event of Mfr Wynne's retirement, and Mr F. It. Coldhnm, Mfr A. G. Sinthbs, or Mfr II. V. .McKay for Ballarat, and Mr Edward IT.' Reynolds for .1aribyr nong, the candidates for Ballanrt nnd Maribyrnong making a bold bid to enp ttIre seats now held by Lshorites. For the Virtorinn Senate seats, the selected Liberal enlndidtlnes are almost 'ertain to he the asi who cnme olnt otn top in the recent selection ballot:--Setn-. for M'Coll, Mossrs .r. llnme Cook, \V. T. M'Lean, W. If. Edgar, S. Maniger, and W. A. Trenwith, a strong band, who will all certainly he returned,jif Liberals stick to their gun...
Preparing for the Fight. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 8 June 1914
Prelparing for the Fight. It is considered probable, that the Federal electiois will be oheld- towards the end of Augtal, or early in Septem.. her, and as these elections will colite earlier than was anticipated, the Victor. inn State elections will probably "he postponed till November. Both parties profess themselves to he well forward" with organisation for the election aonr. paign, but for a change, it appears that the L;iberals have on this occasion their plans further'advanced than have their opponents. -As things stand, there is I every prospect of Liberal gains in the lHoose of Ilepresentatives, by .winninig the lallarat seat in Victoria, andtwo or three seats in New Sdlth l Wales,:while the party leaders in Tasmania :have hopes of capturing, a couple of seats in that State. At. regards the Senate, it is merely a matter of a' stroig anid united effort upon the Iart of Liberals, aind es pecially those in the country, to win the whole six Victorian seals, and there should be 'a...
Good News for Ladies. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 8 June 1914
Good News for Loilles. -----4---e- Ladies will be pleased to learn that at the request of their many patients, the Naturte" Health Co. of Melbourne.. are e.ading their highly qualilied lady rep ecsentative to Hamilton on a short visit. The visit is being eagerly looked forward to, and takes place on Wednesday. Thursday, and Friday. lst 'ad and 3rd JtIy, when the Company's represetlative may be seen at the Victoria Hotel from 0 to 7.30 o, the Wednesday, 10 to 7.30 on Thursdsay: and 9.30 to 11.30 a.m. on Frl day. I,.tllets u h.oe health it cltausing them anxiety are strongly advised to consult her, anld learn , how good' health lmay Iho restored to them by means of the wonderful "Natorn?" Home Treatment that. has cured so many thousands of women and girls. No charge whatever ii - doi for consultation or advice. A tall range of medilnles Is ?carred. Mean. while vend 4d. Il?,?utte for tre, Hearlth titilde fir wonmen. to Dept. Xi.. "Ntlra" HtIaih Co. 49, ElizaIbeth St., Meholbtrte.
[?] The Farmers. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 8 June 1914
i F'rmers. Mr Paramor, the Labor candidate for Gleneig, told those present at the A.N.A. Hall last week, that the policy of his party favours the country producer. We have him, a, we had Mr .1. K. Me. Dougall, telling the farmers of this dis trict that the Labor party in out to help them in every way. Many farmers in Wannon. and not a few itn Glenelg be. ,haved tbis. and voted for Mir McDougall in 1910. They did not vote for Mr Me. Dougall in 191 . And why P Simply .because they had' found out meantime that while Labor candidates seeking the votes of farmers, insdly declared them. slvtes to a man, "farmers" (save the mark) or 'farmers friends," other mem. bere of their party, and even some of threi (when talking to city eloetors) had nothiun lut abuse of farmers to utter on this sbjaect But apart from talk. What about performanoeP Farmers in this distrit know allabout tile"help" (P) they havehtad from the Labor party up to date.
Labor Party Complaints. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 8 June 1914
T ibor Party Coumplaints. It is outstanding evidence of the tin democratio character of the Lnbor'Panrty that annoncement, of t?he foat that members of both l[ooises of `Parlinineit. will have to go before the electors, hali been met by bitter:-cominlaint from" Laborite leaders. Tlie situation in tlhe Federal Parliament has, ver, since the elections last year, been sauch as'electors could not possibly be expected to endolre for an indetfinite period. Tlie Constituto tliol provides for a doluble lissolution fa~ the express purposo of dealing with jolst such a diliieulty as ohas arisen. - Thi??s was realised by the Liberals early in the_ life of the present Parliament, whevlitheo Labor Party made it plahi,' that thoglig the electors lhad plnced the Liberals in office, the Cook Ministry would not he allowed to give etffeotto its policy' in practical legislntion, but would be folight to the bitter. end in the blouse of lRepre sentatives, and if successful there, wouldh be thwarted by th...
Country Telephone Services. Statement by the Chief Electrical Engineer. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 8 June 1914
(ioit ti :"', Teleplolii i tst*I vices. Staleu'l, uil, -by iI!: (1hh'ief rElectrical E,.rinici?r.' [BY C.E.H.] It appears to be. the impress ion in parts of Australia that the Post and :Telegraph' Department will not-' allow would-be Telo phone users to' erect their own lines. The Department does allow people to erect lines for themselves. Indeed it would ap appear to lbe imonssible for the Department to do otherwise in many country districts." "Speaking generally," the Post master-General reserves the right to cQnstruct any Telephone line within a town boundary, the user constructing the portion outside the town.. boundary.. There, are, however, : surveyed townships which'are not closely. settled, in .which it. nay be advisable that the Postluilster-General should grant permission for the users to erect the whole of such lines, even up to the Post Office. "It has been said by some farm ors that-they do not know any tbhilg at allabout electricity, and therefore canuot eect a Telepho...
The Present Situation. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 8 June 1914
The Presenst Bitntiol.:. ' With the constitutional siltuation created, through the Senate in tao slne. eeosive sessions failing to puss the Pre. ferenee Prohibition Bill, that had' been twice passed by the Ioouse of Reopresen. tItitves, the Governor-General became rested with nuthority to grant a double dissolution of both Houses. I[is Excel. lency has, on the advice of the Liberal Ministry exercised this authority. That Sir Donald Munro Ferguson would, if asked, grant the double dissolution, wan a foregone conclusion, 'because no sane man could hold any other opinion than this-that Parliament as at present con? stituted is at a deadlock, hopelessly ln. workable. and that here, therefore, we have exactly the situation which is pro. vided for in the clause in the Constitu. tion which gives authority to the Go. vernor-General under sulh conditions to let the electors adjust matters for them. nelves. News that the dissolutiont had been granted thus early cnme as a siur. prise,-for it L...
Mount Gambier Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 8 June 1914
Mount Gluabler Races. Following are the weights for the Anlual Steeplechase Meeting of the Mount Gambier Racing Club, which are to be held on Wednesday and Thursday, .Tune 17 aud 18: Wedonesday, .Tne 17. Trinl'lturdle Race, about 2 miles 33 yards.-Wingolilna 10.7; Clmtaway, Oster, 10,2; Thinlderlight, Beaulion, Sickle, 10.0; Tannar, 0.12: Fine De. groo, El Progreso. Glen Swirel, Coolong; Luger, 0.7;: Worlapa;, aldon,, 0.6; Pertain, Silo, Lady Miranda, Silver Stole; Elevator, Excalibar, 0.0. Blue Lake I landicap, about 1: nlilos. Wassail, 0.12 ; Vodski, 0.2; Yandilla King, 0.0; Eager. 8.13; Sherwood For est, WVangolilin, Manmbray Star, 8.8; Woakswinc, 8.0; Ilighllown, 8. ; Tioga, Freya, lithel lauide, fHamburg, 8.2; .farwan, 7.12:' Antillean, Prince Maol. gwyn, iarpagaus, Per, Playfellow. Mnu; di miuidi, Bien Miller, Insiauatio;, Paurolles, 7.2. S.-E. Steeplechase, about three miles. Vanguard, 13.1; Tro;imp, 11.7; Yalworra, Wolsoley, I1..1: Vulean, Galnch, 10.4; Dan;; the Ihlanger, P...
Casterton Post Office. Mail Arrangements. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 8 June 1914
Casterton Post Office. Mail Arrauigeunie ts. " Mail reclueedetd are due at the Cabtertou post Oieo a under :- ' - Soic:.-.u., ..e.ne. moroig; :,?; afternoo,,, Apuley-Close 8 ut Tuea.?ld rldhu 6 tu Wed uid Sat. Private bag: Eldure?te; ' Ararat-Cloeuuoery mloreing at 8 .ad 2.40 u Thur ; due 7.45 a Meon, Wed a ted Sa t, Oaee at Fri, lp.ee. nud 7.415 a Thur. _ Ardno-Close daily 8 in (Mloen oIcepted), 'duo 7,U0 a MIon Tuoe Wed mad Fri, 1.?. a Cl'hurn, 0a Sun, Ballarat-Cloee every mornlng at ' ?oend 2.10 a Thuas ; due 7.46a MOtll Wed and Sat, 0 a Tuane aud Fri, i peln. and 7.4A a There. Bahgallah-Cloreu 11 m Tees, due 10.00 'tc Tuel; a. .Brauxholmne-Cluee everyu eoruing.at 8 aud 2.10 ait Thrs; duu 7.40 al Men Weudulndiet,0 u Tues and FIri, 1 pU. and 7.15 a Thurs.'?,: Brlcboain--Cluae 9 c Tuoe Thurs aid Sa('; due 6.5 al Tune, 8,1 a l'Thura nad OLt. Private bag : tVIundo Viw.J. n ! ', Cerpo.okh-Cltne cinry nmrinrgiat C; due 7.45111dail. iPrivate bagse; llesa Vista, Thu Gume, Spreugfleld, T....
Market Reports. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 8 June 1914
Market Reports. The Gcelong Itide, Skin, and Tallow Brokers Association report June 3rd, 1014:-. Sheepskins.- Consignments , were more or less damp in condition,, and competitiotn for thoseo lots was not- so .spirited,- anything dry however sold fully up to late rates. Green Skins (full wool) :';Merino nail Comeback, large and superior, to 102d, medium to good to 72d; Coarse Cross breds to 06d; Lambskins to 84d each : Lamb pelts to 48d each. Dry Skins: Merino and Comeback to 8)d; Crossbreds, to 84d; Lamb skins, to 8d; Pelts,- dead, to a.d; inferior, weevily to 6d per lb. Hides: No ehange toreport.; mar ket firm. - utchers' green ' hides; heavy atnl stout, good. substance to 7ld; do., light, medium,: to 7d; salted hides, heavy and stout, good substaIne, to Sid ; do., henay, no substance, to 7t1d ; o0., light to medium, to 7di
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 8 June 1914
Funeral Notice. CAMERON.-The Funeral of the late Christian Cameron, relict of the late &nbsp; Ewan Cameron of the Bluff, will leave &nbsp; &nbsp; her late residence, Tuckett Street, for the Sandford Cemetery on Tuesday (to-morrow), at 1.30 p.m. W. J. PEDEN, Undertaker. Thanks. SKIPWORTH.-Mr and Mrs Bond and Family wish to return sincere Thanks for the many expressions of sympathy shown them in their recent sad be- reavement; especially thanking Mr and Mrs N. Mitchell, also Nurses Ferrier and Moore for their great kindness.
Crossed the Bar. Mrs. Christian Cameron. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 8 June 1914
Crossed the Bar. Mrs. Christian Cameron. An octogenarian resident of over 60 years standing as a colonist in Victoria passed away at her residence Tuckett Street, Casterton, in the person of Mrs Christian Cameron, relict of the late Mr. Ewan Cameron, The Bluff, who died 17 or 18 years ago.. Mrs Cameron, who was a native of Inverness, Scotland, born in 1831, was 83 years of age. She came with her husband to Victoria and &nbsp; landed at Portland about 60 years ago, and ever since resided in this and adja cent districts. Going first to the ser vice of the Messrs McEachern on the South Australian border, where Mr Cameron was engaged as a shepherd, Mr &nbsp; and Mrs Cameron went next to occupa tion of a small holding at Dwyer's Creek, and about 40 years ago acquired land at The Bluff, on which Mr Cameron re sided till his death, and Mrs Cameron till abou two years ago, when she came to reside with her only unmarried daughter, Miss Alexandra (Alley) Cameron, at Tuckett St...
GREATER THAN GOLD Published by arrangement with Ward, Lock and Co., London & Melbourne. All Rights Reserved. CHAPTER X V.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 11 June 1914
GREATER THAN GOLD By L.' T. MEADE, Author of "The Soul of Margaret Rand," etc. Y'"Publlehed by arrangement withWard, 1Lock and. Co., London '& Melbourne. All Rights Reserved. ,-, ".CHAPTER X V.-Continued. Tho brother and sister went Into the' house, where the amazed and de lighted squire and his wife gave their son a most hearty welcome. Indeed, Mre. O'Doyle shed tears as she kiss ed her "beautiful boy," as she called yhhlm; Shamus knew exactly how to Iact-n the home of his ancestors. He g.,gave his mother graphic accounts of 'his life n London, which charmed a:;nd delighted the sedate old lady, and after lunch he went around with his father to see the stables and examine the' hunters, ,?"r'I am forced to return to London -to-morrow morning, sir, but when I do ':come 'back I will bring a couple of :fresh horses with me." 'oYe can't do better than buy them here, Shamus. There aren't any horses In the world like those we rear, 'are there, nlick?" S'Mlick, one of the head groom...
News in Brief. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 11 June 1914
New`s in Buif Fo tlotoo titot hUnt ,tlhoreGaa, 10li' U continued outbreak of diphtlhori'oatopllg the obildroh of:Wlittleeu:c: As a result,. thlie heatlith oflicer.(Dr Day) o' Tlharsday took's .,bit of th: tlihroate iif thec'ihildreo attendling Whittlteea State school, to try to :nacertalin: if there tre uni a'curriers" atteondilng. :; Mri S. ? ?F'alkI er, of Neow South Wale,' whoeo five sons gIve £1,0001each towtrdsi,- chapel at . ti new Graimmar Schbol at Corlo, hne donated £500 toward thetftietrnishngs of thu chapel. For Childriin's Hacking Gough at Night, -'Woodso Great Poppornint Cure, 1I/.. ,U'nited Kingdom, the winner of the Steopleehat e at Flemington on Monday, comes from Sunbury. and having missed the train to Melbourne, ohad the unique distinction of travelling by special train. A crowd outside the Richitond cricket ground on Monday attempted to stop a policeman from taking away a mant who had been arrested for fighting. The crowd jostled the police, and took ta horse from...