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DENTISTRY Mr F. S. W. Mawson, DENTIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 15 June 1914
DENTISTRY Mr F.. S.W. i tvson, DENTIST, 201 Aloorabool-strout,Goelong. Will Visit : Hamliltlo, Iri. & Sat, Juno 10 & 20 Carondlab, Mon, June 22 Blhnoral, Tue, Juno 23 Harrow, Wed, June 24 Edenbopet, Thurei Juno 251 .Apaldy, Fri (till 1 p.m.), Juno 26 Cliotwyo,,.Bat (tilr noop),Juno'e27 .. 27th :. . Cuolraino, Mlon, Juno 29 Marino, Tues, Juno D0 Casterrln, Wed, July 1 Digby, Thurs, July 2 Branxholmo, Fri., July 8 Macarthur, Sat, July 1 "
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 15 June 1914
:Orient Line Of Royal Mall Steamers. For London, via Adelaide, Fremantle (W.A.), Colombo (for India). Egypt, Naples, Toulon, Gibraltar, and Plymouth. Lave I crn -. earr, Tone7, Mnlbouru. Aldchtih'. "-tway. 12,077 JuJnO Junou 12 -Otranto : 12,124 , Judo21 Juno 26 Olterley 12,1209 July 8 July 10t rnuman 12,928 July 22 July 21 And fortnightly thereafter. The Steamers of the Orient Line are fitted with all modern and up-to-dato up pleances for the safety anid comfort of --'" vsn5 r. *Paesengers eac ar carried -in2 -::.--epling roome,' dining roonm, deck Saccommodation, and cuisine a specialty. R' ound-the-World Rates, via Canada, United States, Japan' or South Africa, Squoted;on applicattlon. Pleasure orbuoiness trips on the coast (to Fremantle, Adelaide, Sydney, or 1ri- bane) quoted on application.. .The Local Agents will supply circulars eorfurther information on application. Passage from any port may be prepaid . L. DOWDELL, Branch Manager. : J~ 312 Collins Street, Melbourne. SLdal A...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 15 June 1914
MALEE BROS. . 0There's None of the v Spider & Fly Business "about Us There as none of the "any*lile-toegtyee*" plsly with s, ande there's none of the "jolly-glad.tedjset-at" feeoin with you. Net ease you come in you're sorry to go out end leavoe . mey ether "geed thing*" behind you. And there's always something fresher 4here thin the freshest elsewhere. And our present figu? Ne ere :aemple to all in the "Ar of LOW Pdeingl you nmny talk atostI sllther M1olor Cyclee. S ris Iny argac Irolls Mlorning till Night,. BUT theru'o ·40 BETT''ER Motor Cycle 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 huilding and construction of the Males Bros' SPECIAL Motor, which speaks volumes for Motor and Rider.. ;Agents for ROVER, PREMIER, and other makes of Motors. Males Broa' SPECIAL Motor, fitted with Precision ...
Carbine. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 15 June 1914
;Carbhlie. tho idol of the raing psublic inAtisrtralhiin his timne,od indoubledly the limo nosfamotirioeehorse that wer have. had in' Aistrali' haris eventially become so enfeebled at 9n yeard of age that, hl had to be destroyed:: 'Carlrte was at Selbhe'k Ahey; sent of hi. owner, the Duks'of . ortland,"' wlo- piuri hnsed -himt for, 13,000:gaineas ``the hiighest price ever given for:. racehorse in ?Australia. The horse was foaled in Newr Zealand in 188I , and tho late lron. .William Pear. son sent i representative to New Zea. land to purchase the colt n a yearling, hat Carbine was purchased 't 020 guainws by Mr Ian O'llrien,:nn l Mr Pearson's representsitve, ptrchased at 510 guineas another Muiska-t -Whit. wsortll-wllo turned out a faiilllr. Later on when. as n. thlree-year.old,. Carhine had (by a fluke) been.beatetn hi Ensig? in the V.Hl.C. Derby, Mfr O'Brien puit him ulp for snle. and then the trainer, ýMrP. Ifeywood, had the promise of 3\j J. B. Gill that the latter would go halve...
Country Telephone Services. SAVING IN RENTAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 15 June 1914
Counlity Tele)phone Services. I[BY G.E.B.J SAVING IN-RENTAL. An important point is'-that, when there is only one teloplliono connected to ai line; thie person usiiig the ltelephone usually has to pay the Governmenta rqntal of fronm £3 to £3110 a year for attendance at tho Exchange; etc., whereas in the case of a "partyI line," only the first man on the line pays £3, and each of the others on the line .121 each. If five'persons were each connected to. separate lines, they would have to pay a total annual rental of'£15, whereas five persons con nected to a party line would only pay a total of £5/81- per. :annum, which £5/8/!- would be dlivided equally between each of -the per sons connected to the line, so that each connected to the jarty line would pay £111/7, as against £3 each, for sepiarate line con nection. Another advantage is that calls between imidividuals connected nn the one "ltarty line" do not have to be paid for,- al tliough, of course, the usual id. a call has to be paid...
Mr. J. O. Inglis. Distinguished Sportsman Killed. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 15 June 1914
Mr. 4 . 0 lIglis. SDitinguishedl 8iportsmian S. illed. .Our IMelbaunEi wire to?-dtiy nnoIlinr.es that ?rr .1, O .lugh?i, the well.known, rmang msilnr?i" nn .1. a .nd , starti?r w' killed on Snatirday tlirough eing thrown from ai.b iggy.3 -.: , i'-:r .lFglis asa, as all sportisng imen of Australiaknows a genniune sportsmnan; a breedeivnid owicrof iiani line hiorses, btit inore partioi:lrly distinguished na o in anmateur rider of grea t ability in.erosu couiintry rices, who, rode to victory manny line:;steejileclnsors, and: ans ip over the big sticks, as over the little,, and on the llat in' maiiy great racing : ontests. that after escaping the perils. ofltire eourse and hunting.l ild:d on so nm?ny or. iasions he should ineet'his death throigh beinig thrown from a Iuggy,:will. there fore conme as news of a painfil character. Mfr lnglio owned in his timie iany horseo anioois on the flat, incldingk Malun, 'and mnny imlore famous as steeplechaners, in. eluding rngleside and others;anrd '...
Market Reports. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 15 June 1914
Market He?)orts. TheoAustraliau Mercantile, Land and Finance Co.,l Ltd., report June 111h, Sh'copskius.-Thero is no 'hannge to report in prices this week, all descrip. lions solling freely at late rates. .[iles.-Tho offerings this wcck were sbtall compared to previous sales. Coum pelition was keen throughout, and all weights sold firm. - Me. ssrs' Dalgety & Co., Ltd., report, .Tiio 10; .114-: _Rabbits (heailoss): Good inconing, 11)d to'l1ld; hest mixed, 10d, to 12d; mixed, 8d to: ltd; does, kitteus, and damuagedi , 5d to ! i&td; sumnlter, 6id to dtl per lb. fare Skins . 1/0 to 1/60 per dlaz. Fox Skins:-First winter 110/ to 108/1; do second, ?/. to 80/ per doz.; 'third do 40/ to .55/ per "don; do. faulty, .10/ to 101/ per doz,.; siusmier. 10/ to 2'1 per . Burk : Black Wrttlet-Gold to jirioite bundled, £60 to ' 7 per uton ; medium to smixed £3. to £14/ per ton.; silver wattle £2 to£4 per tll ; up proved ground £8 to £8/1u per tou. The Gelod; Hide, Skill, l..an 'rTllowi...
No More Indigestion. WONDERS ACHIEVED BY NEW PRODUCT. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 15 June 1914
NTo More Inidlgestion. WONDERS ACHIEVED BY NEW PRODUCT. It seems reasonable tonuppose that in a short time there will be no more indi. gltitn or dyspepsia. The old etyle 'digestivesa" each as bismuth, pepsine, charcoal, soda, oto., which after all are Only temporary in their effects, are rapidly becoming discarded in Ifavor of a eimgle antacid,; known to chemists as bisurated magnesia, with the result that phyaiolana are being called upon to treat fewer cases of stomach trouble than ever before, Thin is not so very snrprising whenst is remembered that, according to available statiestcs, over ninety per cent. of all etomach troubles are dlo to acidity. Blsurted moagnesia nmay readily be obtained from a ly chemlst at a untall cost, anl hlf.a.teaspoonful taken in a little water after insese will Immediatoly aeutralise all harmful acids in the atom ahob, prevent fermentation, and thuaemake food easy of digestion.
Our Telephone Service. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 15 June 1914
Our' Telephone D e , Service. 'Demand has recently hern made (enl foreiig a regnlation) for payment of the sum of 216 as "opening fee," for getting connection by telephone with offices that close regularly at 6 p.m or 8 p.m. after these hours. The enforcement of this charge .has led, it appears, to consider. able misapprehension, some subscribers to the telephone serrice having appar - ently got the impression that the charge S.wold apply to personal rommunicatinns between their own homes or husiness premises, andt those of other subscribers on the anme or other exchlnges. This is not so. Xt "all night" olices such an :Caterton, there is continuous service Itwithoat any opening fee charge, as be . ween all similar olfices, nod the charge ' for conversations between 7 p.m and 8 a.m is only about one half of that inm. posed during the ordinary day hours of 8 n.m to 7 p.u. The "opening fee" charge of _2/6 is made only when it is necessary to get connection through an exchange, soh as S...
FIRST AID TO THE INJURED. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 15 June 1914
FIRST AID TOTHE INJURED. '=Acoide-nt are common in every hon`se hold, and It in neceeeary to heb rady for such` emergeonies.' A bottle of Dr. Shel ,don's,? foanet?lI Ilintent will relieve; many sufflrerr. It takes the piin .from 'overy huri or brulee and is most healing to : whatever applied. No family ' nn afford to he without.J'r. l Sheldon's Maeg .netol Llniment.; Keep a bottle on a shelf itu plain eight, that IL may be ,quickly ftolnd wlhen needed. 'Price, l/6 and 3/l. ? '
Casterton P. and A. Society. Preparing for Annual Show. Alterations in Prize Schedule. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 15 June 1914
Casterton P. and A. he Society. glh " ,n, Preparing for Annuitm Show. he - lhe Alterations iu Prize Schedule. tly rt. Tie President (Cr .i. W. ?Widdicombey ne wasin the chair; aniil there were also Cr, present Messrs W. I). Davis. J. A. o IEdmonston, S. Ford. .1. lHart, E. Ley, ns .James McCombe, Joseph 11. McCombe, J. McLaaghlin, tR. T. Mitchell, Keith oNicholson, and G.Tomkins,at Committee meetking of the Society held at thle Me chanies on Sturday afternoon. lMaking g. by arrlagealllnt all early start, nmelibers to settled thcemselres downi to t prolonged sitlinlg, in course of which the prize I schedule was subjected to closer scrutiny e tand more drastic revision than has bcen Ino the practice for manny years past, the Committee making effort to provide in r reased attraotion for 'both exhibitors ne nod spectators. - 3 The following letter was received:- "Fairview." Stratlhdownie, 25/5f11. To y the Secretary P. and A. Society. Caster. II ton. Dear Sir,-Some little time ago I ' r...
Mr. W. J. Lyndon. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 15 June 1914
Mr1. W. J. Lyndon. The exnctdate on which lie will be required to leave Cnsterton to take chargeon promotion of another station has not yet been notilied to Mr i W. J. Lyndon. Since it is known, however, that, as lhe has been instructed to hold -:.himself in readiness for:n move, he may at any time have to leave at short notice, steps have already been taken toJsee that. ..he is not allowed to depart without. 'punblie reeo$nition of his abilit? nnd courtesyduring his five years service ts sattion master at, Cnsterton. * On Friday night, at a meeting hleld, with Mr S. Ford in the ehair, it wna .agreed that steps tie taken to present hMr Lyndon with n tangible token of esteem and appreciation. A number of dona. Stions were offered, and it was decided to ask noy (tncterton residents who hove * been associated privately, or as business men with this oilicer during his residence at "Casterton, and are in sympathy with the movement, to forward donations with. .out delay to either of the j...
Merino. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 15 June 1914
Merino. An error appeared in repdirt of the 4 ferino-Digby football match through inolusion of the name of AMr ifusson, who did not play in the match. The error occurred through misreading of the 'flamo.for fHu ehens, which acidently o OenirPd twico in the manuscript report. M[r Illussen stood out of the game owing to the serious illness of his father, anti the mistake was the more regrettable iunder the circumstances. I[ltchens tilayed a very fine game in the match. S fakitlg up of accounts in connectionl *with the Henty Picnic nlaces Inst week S?lows that the profit wa rallher less than stated in our report of the meeting. The hospital will, however, ienelit to the handsome amount of about £22 10s, a very substantial addition to the funIds, for which tile Committee will be grate full to the promoters of the meeting. wsiho took sluchl pains to ensure its success. A I Southdown owe killed by Mr Livingstone last week turned the scale at lO'frlbs. This was a pet reared by Mr A. Zosrer...
"Loyalty" Social. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 15 June 1914
"Loyalty" Social. The first of this year's winter social gatherings in connection with Christ Church was held in the 'Parish Hall last Monday night, and in view of the fact that the day was that ollicially observed in honor of the King, whose birthday fell on the previous Wednesday, this was made a "Loyalty" evening. The Vicar, 11ev F. Stillwell, l.D., presided, and there was a good attendance. The pro. gramme, which had been arrauged by the choir of the Church, was particularly interosting because the promoters lhad been able to enlist the services of several additions to the ranks of Custerton .ingers and reciters, anld there witas con siderablo excitement over the guessing competition which involved putittg into correct form the names of distinguished clerics, statesmen, and literntenrs, which in the question form had been transposed almost out of recognition. The lirst prize in this case fell to Master Lance .leffreys, who had correctly eleven out of the twelve unies, and might ...
Why Granted. The Double Dissolution. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 15 June 1914
The Double Dissolution.: In the House of Representta tives on Wednesday night. the Prime Minister (Mr Joseph Cook) mot request for information' as to why the Governor-General. had granted the dissolution of the Senate and House of Representa tives by making the.following statement : I advised His Excellency, in accordance with the provisions of section 57 of the Constitution, to dissolve simultaneously thle Senate and the House of Repreo sentatives, and assured him that the requirements of the Constitu tion had been compilied with.l. I also pointed out to him the almost equal numbers in the House of Representatives and the small number supporting the Govern mnent in the Senate. I said that in consequence Parliament was unworkable, that it was impos sible to manage efficiently the public business, and that. in my opinion a dissolution of both Houses should be granted. His Excollency's reply was to accede to the request and grant an-im mediate simultaneous dissolution, on condition th...
Glenelg Shire Engineer. Complimented by Wannon Councillors. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 15 June 1914
(tleneig Shlire Engineer. -. . ---? Complllllented by WVnalnoln Conctlll ors. S)During the interregnum between the retirement of the previous, and ilnstnl. ment of the recently appointer Engineer C for the Wannon Shire Council, Mr O. 5 Farrau, Glenelg Shire Engineer, was, with consent of his Council, being giving profeosional assistance in the Wanunon .Shire. At the TJne meetnug of the Wannon Council held on Tuesday last, the Chairman (Cr GC. A. lBroughton), and CrH Riddock, MlcKehery, Dolman, and Ferrier in turn made complimentary re. ference to the good service rendered to :the Shire by Mr Farrnu, to whom a r hearty vote of thanks wan unanimously accorded, other Councillors cordially en. doreing the remark of the Chairman, that Mr Farran had done more than was required of him in many ways, and that Councillors were so" well satisfied with the work done for them by lfr Farran that they conld do no less than otlirinflv record their thanks. Mr Farran neknowledged the enmlpli. ment, a...
Ballarat Stock Market. Ballarat, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 15 June 1914
Baillurit- Stock Mlarkeot. .Ballarat, Tuesday. Fat COttle.-217 heaood enned for Tues day's sales. For best descriptions com petition ruled keen; fur othor sorts the demand was not so brisk. Quotations Prime pen bIllocks to £15/11l:. extra to 18121/6; good to £13/Il; useful to £.12; Calves.-45 penned best to .j17/G. . Sheep.--3319 to heed. At. the outset prices declined slightly, but hardoned and closed very firm at values fully equal to high rates of previous week. Quotations -Prime crossbred wetlhers to 29/. extra to 33/, Iteovyweights to 38/, good to 26,!, tiuseluo to 231, ttrime ewes to 2712, extra to 211/3. good to 21/, useful to 22/- Sales it eluded-92 crossbred aond comeback wethler; for Mr D. Molntoshl, Digby at 28s ld. Luambs.--St to hIud: a good ducnind goud tou UI/, useful to 1b/