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Fighting Footballers. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 11 June 1914
Igi~htingf Footbailelra. The special commissionors of tho Victorian Football Associa tion invostigatingo.hargoe of mis conduct in the field, lodged against players on:. Friday night, took drastic moasures to put a' stop to vicious football., :Four players wore disqualified. 'Haw kins (North Melbourne) was or dered to stand down';for .eight matches for unneoessarily; charg ing a. Williamstownr player after the latter had kicked the -ball. S. Anderson (Port Melbourne) was disqualified. 'till thi end of tli seasofa for ikikilig . l'Timrinill (Brightoii); Corner (Brightou): f1ur two matchesfor striking Ander son, G.-Doas (Port Melbourne) fo6i six'matohes'lor rough play -and elbowing A. Dawsoh .(Brighton), these cases rirising out of the. same match betweone Brightoni and Port.Mielbourne.
RELIEVES US OF ANXIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 11 June 1914
ItELLIEVES US uO ar ' E'Y' . Ever since my. little' boy, Duavid was three I have givenm Im(1 Chamberlain's Cough Itemeldy.,"a'ys Mrs 0. A. Paxton, Little Chester Street, New Farm, Q. "I huve used it for all iny chldroen and have never known it tolfel. Many nights our two little girlo have booeen bud with'nroup but our tfaiLh in Chnmborlain's Coegh Remedy relieves sn of any anxiety. We know that one or two doses will remove il signs of oroup and than thoy will bhe alright in the mnorniing.
TRAINING THE CHILD OUT OF SELF-LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 11 June 1914
TRAINING THE CHILD OUT OF S - ELFLOVE. :At birth man Is not only the most helpless of animals but the most de atituto of intelligence. For in the be ginning of life he possesses neither lInstinct nor the capacity for thought. The intellectual and moral faculties and all that is spiritual in man's na ture await development and growth. The lower order of these faculties are the first to develop. The first manifestations of love are confined to the narrow limitations of self. But early the little soul throws out its ten drils to cling to the support of out ward love and sympathy. It embraces the mother, first,.. because she contrl butes the most directly to its enjoy 'ment and comfort; and then, as the +'-circle widens, It learns to regard the .4rother near friends with favor, in the degree that they minister to.the plea " sure of the young autocrat. Love has, as yet, no generous pramptlngs. 'Pos sessialon is the whole law. The chrild .-.'not only clings tenacfously to his own, and mak...
Closer Settlement. Royal Commission of Enquiry. Inspects Wando Vale and Dunrobin. Evidence Taken at Casterton. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 11 June 1914
Criloser Settlement. Royil Comiul'siln of Enqui.ry; inl.jtbects Wando Vale and S? n'-Dtiroliln. .- Evidence Tikeiiatl t Cans terton. The H6yal Commission of enquiry in td the working of the Governlent systein of Closer Settlement iht Victorin raine, as arranged, to Caoterton on Monday evening. accronpaniied by Mr II .1. l. Campbell, Mi.L.L... lied afe. tea put in the evening at Granlt' Allion llotel in dlisaeini..o llrs . will various aiollos, and arranging busilnes for the following day. Members bf the CoIRnissionI in attendance were the Chairmani (.Mr .1. G. Johnstone, M.L.A.). irons. F. G. Clarke, and IR. B. tees, M.s.L.C.. If. Angus, .T. Chatham, .I. Gordon, I). S. Omani, andl W. Plain, iM's.L.A.. nil of whom with the eireption of Mr llees, who was called away, sat at the Cnort Iounse on Tuesday afternoon to take eridence as giveln hereunder. In attendance oln the Commission were Mr Whelan (Govern. ment shorthand writer), and tile Secre. tary (Mr Peverill). Tie Chairman, in open...
Adelaide Racing Club [BY WIRE.] ADELAIDE, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 11 June 1914
Adelaide RKicing Club (BIY -TIE.I1 ADELAIDE,:- fonid .: lJ: ecric 1V elter. 1Vrnolon .9.7,:1; Onega, ,2, 2 ; Lord Staffn, * 1.7, 1. Dir, £8/1 and £2/3. " Duhrlwiclo Jh[rdleo lRac. -Battlebridge, 10.12; 1; Looicl, 11.0, 2;' Kadioi, 10.5, 3: Divrs, £l4/11 and 17/. Ilarryatrillo Handicap.--'th,. 8.11), 1 Understudy 8, 8.2; Ethel fautde, .9, 3. Dirs, £13/16.and £2/16. . Victoria Park Steepleciaso -Ebony, 10.0, 1:; Malulm, 9.8, 2 ; Boom, 9.4, 3. Dir, £3/11. Aldermani Cul.-lliunbuirg Bello. 8.1I, 1: Eltham, 9.8, 2; Coronltu, 7.09, :3. Di,r £5/7. Conlbrook Stanke.- Milvriton, 6.11, 1 ; Atheilmnr, 6.9, 2; ]asteirn Sen; 9.4, 3. h)is, £17/)i anid £5/12. Itoe Park tlandicnp.--jcutoiu , 8.11, I ;Wn aruaton, 8.13, 2; Oneg ; 7.4, 3. Dirs, £6/l8 nd l:I./14.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 11 June 1914
PHIINIX ASSURANCE CO. LTD. ESTD. 1782. WORKERS' COMPENSATION. FIRE. AOOIDENT. LosES PAID EXCEED £90,ooo,oo0. L? US by SUIH FIllS ard by LIONTNINO S- mad good by this Company. AGENTS WANTED. , noý?"461 To 471 BOURKE ST., mt: MELBOURNE. SALOETY . CO. LTO., ACENTS. POULTRY FOR EXPORT. All Classes wanted. We buy by live weight. Crates lent. No Commission or Cartage Charged. .Chickens & Ducklings, 6d lb. Old ,Fowls from 2/- to 4/6 pair, any breeds. DAVID HYLAND i SONS, BENNITT'S FREEZING WORKS, SfELBOURNI. younger who receives it and laughs tl:iough his tears in trimnph over the conquest of his selfish exactions. Teaching an older child the delights of cheerful giving will also quicken a spirit of generous love and gratitude in' the younger. Training a child out 'of self-love is not only the most dlll 'cult,; but it is the most important point in:the mother's work. When a lleid has been led to feel pleasure. in givilg; and- shares of Its own accord wirth its playmates, a great an...
Still Generous. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 11 June 1914
Still Generous. It was her birthday, but -he had r shed off to. business with Just the usual duty-peck at her upturned face, and she was left to worry the day through, oppressed by 'the thought that his once ardent love was waning. WVhen he returned at night, wished her "nmany happy returns," gave her a full-size hug, and placed a tiny pac ket in her hand, she knew that she had wronged him. lie was stilt the same generous-hearted Romeo who had -wooed and 'won her. S"A'ndI thought you'd forgotten all about it, Harold," she "cooed;-as she earAfully- unwrapped" the package. Then a black-edged expression took a front seat on her' features. :'"Pipe cleaners!" she gasped. "Yes, pet," ho ?ald: "I knew they'd ploease you. You never dit like me to use your. hat-pius!"
Casterton Court House. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 11 June 1914
Ca.?iterton Court 1 House.: 'Mr If. J. 11. Cnmipbell, M.I:A., Awho las Ibeen interesting himself at requeste of the Shire President (Cr J. Rloss) in pressing 'upaona the Crown La? Depart. nent need :for improved accommodation l tlhe Casterton Court.- IRouse, has re eirvet intimation, that while in conue. ulence of many demands uiltpon the f'reasury for uigently,; needed expendi, .ire" in similar iireetions,.it. isnot : pos. thille at present, toy provideL fornan en tirelyenew Court louse liere. some. hun ireds of pouiids are to be slent ron inm. prbveentes. It has boeen arranged that the bitilding is to he renovated through. lut;::new: floors imtt in, the Clerk of Courtsa oflle' to, he put in good order, and aPiOw room provided for the aecom mnodatinn of jironrs and witiiesses, .
V.R.C. Birthday Meeting. Melbourne, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 11 June 1914
V.R.C. Birthday Meet ing. :IY 1WIlE. Melbourne, Monday. .Marlborough Hturdle Race.-Dust Cloud,'9.13. 1; Tardy. 9.11, 2. The hMajestic 'Nut also started, but broke dlown. Betting: 5 to 2 the winner. Ilothsay Trial Stakes.-- ock Temple,-I ni.12, 1 Peruickety, 7.5, ; Alor Star, 8.1.3. Other starters: Abbey Craig, ltGranod Marshall, Tittngel, Amnoestia, .ndy 3Mooltan, IBobiaski, Aristaous, nilud Pearl. l's winner. Corunwall Itandicap.-Cuhralrln, 10.1. I : 1atriotie, 8.0, 2; Winuipeg,18.7, aid' tiltly Laugulae, 8.0, 3. : Other starteras Ot);eanmund, Seouse, BEihon,;yiiln Bhuln, liclelville,. Gold' Gift, anu 'Doougari 's winner. - l'rince of Wales Stetlplehase.:a , IsUited Kingdoum, 11. l9 NilkN 9,5 2 i Trautlliolt, 9.7, 3 'Other; starte?a: I;G ucanp; Fostertoni, Statecraft; a'?dii 'T'erga. 2's winuer. Corinthinii laundicapi-, El: Br;l113,: ('arried 11.8), 1 W; isiig Ca 09.; 2 Gohlen Rock, 11.8, 3. -10 atartairay" 12't ltirll'dty Ilanudieap.--tareeutftia,-8.1 I : Ca ius, 7.d, 2; Syl rnaur...
Political Situation. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 11 June 1914
Iliparlies are, of course, atitaely1. pat work preparing for the ensuing cairnn pnoig. Mr rNr N;. \lKinnon l denhoip,! lins l n ehosl n no the Labor candidate Io oilpose re-election of \'r A. . I. lnd gers,' M[.P, for W'aiinon, ,and Ml Jolly, a \farylorniugh anliritnr, has heen selected. in priforenee to l essrso J. K. M~lDougr= all nd J.o S. Tlinin-pn to oplipoe Mri'" Ilans Irvine : in t· it.raimpioan electorate. . e: lliotlrne This Day. Tltlihiig were livly ?whlen the Holise of Represeantatives- met yesterday. T '.he' Prinme Minister (Mr Conk) was naked re. peatedly for the exact. words of a-dvisa given to the Governor-General, but point= ed out that that the provisions of th eonnatit. ! tion had Ieen complied with, and the position of parties in the two Houses made Parliament Iuwnrkable. The Governor-Gentral, in granting requestel for double dissolution, snid he would prorogue Parliamenrt when supply had ineon gralted. Mir Cook said that Cin'. ernment hnd eiages'ed September 5 as...
LATEST NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 11 June 1914
ilATEST NEWs. I 3lr ltedmond, the Nationalist leder, t writing to the trishl press eneorages] Ntttionnlits volunteer forces, saying that j in viei of gun running il Ulster, and I other events, rohtnleers may he valuable I in the national cause. The Nationalists have seunred I majority of right over 1 the .O'ilkieniles in the Cork 'County 1 Coulncil. Motor bandits, maske atd and armed, held up two employees of the E:veleigh railway workshops at Sydney, in a street. when they were conveying £8,800 in. tended for wanes into the wnork, andl securing the money drove off at a high speed. The employees in charge of the money had revolvers. bhut eoluht not uIse thenm, as they were ,.overed too quickly. The milotor car iused by the robbers was afterwa?rs founded abanndoned. It had been stolen in a Sydney street. earlier in the day. Forecast--Cloudy, with scattered shoiera on and south of ranges, and in north.east, fine elsewhere. Prodsuce Market-Wheat, Oa lid onate (milling), 9s ld barley (E...
Take Peps Regularly. The Real Safeguard Against Throat and Chest Troubles. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 11 June 1914
'T'ake Peps Regularly. 'i' Stenal SMil regunrd ,iAgainst ''Iroat anlit Chest T'ruIbles. It is always best at this danger ous timo'of the year to carry a bix of Pops, and let one or two of these breantlo-able tablets dissolvo in the mouth. 'Tlhis is the surest way to arresta cold or chill in its first stages, and sb prevent its setting on the.lungs. In Train . or Tram Pepss will unable you to waid off the dangoer arising from winds and draugghts, or Iron in fel lions colds, inflnonza, and chests complaints. If a Persistent Tickling Cough. seizes youl, Peps will at once rii you of thl cause of Ilie irritation, and will save you from an obstin ate attack of sore throat or bronchits. For the Children, the safest and and' most pleasant throat and chest remedy is Peps. PPops are free from all harmful drugs, and soon stop croupiness, wheezing, and bad breathing. For the Old Folks Peps moan restful days and peaceful nights, unbroken by the exhausting cough of bronchitis, or the stifling spa...
A VILLAGE MINISTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 11 June 1914
A VILLAGE MINISTER. His full name was the Reverend John Plckleby Dabbs. Everybody called him little Dabbs, even the vil lagers, with the addition of Mr. Not that they meant to be disrespectful I never knew the man who could say a disrespectful word of Dabbs. But he was little, so little that peo ple felt they didn't do inm Justice un less they continually referred to It. Those were prosperous days In Shertonstone when Dabbs began his ministry. Those were the days of village industries, when you might go down the street on a summer after noon and hear the whirl of a wheel and catch sight of busy fingers and feet through many a wide-open door. Those were the days when half-a dozen Nonconformist farmers drove their gigs up to the chapel gate and marched into the pews with their wives and children In front of them. Those were the days when the Ast. burys and the Caters and the Kent. "Valshes and other old Dissenting fans illes were the pillars of many a neighl boring cause. But now, hea...
HINTS FOR WASH DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 11 June 1914
HINTS FOR WASH DAY. Try washing red table linen in water in which a little borax lnehas been dissolved.; , Add a, few dropse of ammonia to the blue water to .whiten the clothes. Clothes' turied right side out,;carc fully, folded and sprinkled, are 'lm.f ironed. Sprinkle salt on a wine, stain andl pour hot weater. through it until it is gone. . Wet fruit stains :?with alcohol or pour boiling nwater 'through them. Kerosene: in the z--boiling water whitens clothes 'safely, especially suph as are yellow--from lying.. Put in a tablespoonful to'oachi gallon of suds. For .very yellow or grimy things, make' an emulsion: of kerosene, clear lime' water- and.-turpentine in equnal parts. Shako themrn -together -untll dreamy, then' add a cupful to a boiler ful of clothes. and, boil for half "an huor. : ' ' The same emulslon As good for very dirty: things, such as jumpers, over ails, working shirts, children's trous; ors.. Use it in conjunction with strong suds, as hot as the hand can bear, and r...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 11 June 1914
MIALEE BROS. . There's None of the - Spider & Fly 'ý Business S ia nbout Us Thfrs none of the "any lie-to-geey e-ia" polley with u., mad there.e mene of the "jolly-glad.t*-goetet" foeellg with yue. No I ase you come la you'ro sorry to g eot and Ieave so many othee "geed thinge" behind you. And there's always smoethieg fresher ee thse the freshest lewhere. Ald our present figure e so n to ll na is the Art d LOW Prliagc Yun nity tnlk aboult othter slotor Cycles. "olt tanny atgl rgue r l lllmurultig till Tlght, BUT there's NO (BETTER Motor (ycle than Malee Bros' Special Three and a Half H.P. NOTE Mr Harold Jackson's overland ride to Central Queens land from Casterton, on this particular make of Motor Cycle. This long ride has brought out to view the good qualities in 'the building and constructionj of the Malee Bros' SPECIAL NMotor, wlich speakn volumesifor Motor and Rider, Agents fo ROVER; PREM1ER,' and t-other makes of Motors. Malees Bros' SPECIAL Motor, fitted with 'Precisio...