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Casterton Mechanics' Institute. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 15 June 1914
Uasterton Mechitiluics' S Institute. . " "At the coitnteittee meting, held on Tuueday the 9 inst.. there were present- ,Dr. Skinner Messrs M. J. N. Breenl, W. It. CJorney, "J. Glanuoy, E.. F. Hughee. It. Bolton, uud J;. .O'Neill, Correspondejlce received--Letter from Chief. Secretary's office, iltlinating.tiat- .tli6/41I had been tllotted is grant ini aid. FIromt Chief Secretary's ufince;, ithi renewal of licence under Theatres Act.. -The Fire Brigado i"pplied for rebate of rent for use of hIll for entortainment given by Mr McDonald iu their behallf. The committeo advised that the Fire Brigade. pay rent of hall, 25/, and t'-the, Mechanics" . omlnittee would give a donatlion towards it. Accounts passed for paynelnt amounting to x5/6/1.1. For Children's Hanking Coughl at Night; Woods Grenat Peppermint Cure. 1/6.
Special Sheep Sale at Penola. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 15 June 1914
SSpecial Sheep Sale at :; 7 .: Penola. DoGari, Sous, and Co.: Ltd.; o held Ia Special sale of sheop at Penolaon Thuarh day, [May 28. A total of 10,8415 shlej, were yardcd, and 7,013 were sold.. l ucltisol, only live lines remainimng tin sold, and for tlhose good offer wore' re. ceived. The . follorwing prises .were realized :--103 2 and 4.tooth crossbrcds, 19 -d ; 1,1 crosas weoaers, I:1 id ; 2240 Jo.. 1I3s dd; 113 2.-toath oeaes and wethers. 3 1' 01; II cross wnners, ls 2d; 171 f.i. wethers, .14 t.d: 185 iol., 128 10d ; 172 1, t, and 8-tooth do., 1:3s 3d 8 falt erossbreds. 21s ; 10 cross hIambs, I_1s 2d ; 237 .1 aodl -year ewes, in Inlmb,. 121 11~ 181 do. do.. 11v Id: 515 wclhers, 12 d ; 5100 3 tdl I-year wcthers, 13s ,J ; 20' rejects, Os lild: 172 ,1-year laoobourowie welthers, li !d ; 1,12 I aood 1-year eca e? od welth er., lb 1lid: 1,100 5-year wethers. i-1s I1l ; 1,100) :3 anod 1.-year do., 13 ih1; 1i a-l;.ooth ethllers. I ts Id ; 101 rising Ii-tooith ewe in lamb, 176 , d; 0it ...
Narracoorte Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 15 June 1914
Narracoorte MTlarket. DeGaris, Sons. and Co.; Ltd., report hlaving yarded at their regular Narra cooric market on Friday, May 29. 3,711 alheep and sold :1,71, winch made the remarkable avrerage o l4s lu0d. This is a. record for their regular KNarracoorte market. The following sales were effect. ed :-127 meriuo wecoers.l14s 3d : 75 do do, 13s 2d ; 100 .1 add 5 year wethors, 17as Od; 23 4.aud 5 year ewes, 1us 2d : 00 aged do, N Id 8; 87 ti-tooth wethera, 17s; 250 l year do, 1Is id; 75 full mouth ewes, 13 20d; 45 4L and 5 year o s Id, 1s aid 171) Innl,.s .as 4.d; 137 : and 3 year ewes and wothlrs, 12as dd; 207'do do, 12s eSd; 200 fat merino ecthors, 17s Jd; 140 young irethors, Il' Od; 1)0 milerino wethers, 10s hIi; 160 3 year wethcers, 17s UId; 350 croas.' bred wcealers, 6Is; 07 aged ewes, (is'Gd.
LATEST NEWS. Melbourne, This Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 15 June 1914
LATEST NEWS. [BY WIlR E.) Melbourne, This Day. Only the Presideins signature is now. necessary to gire effect to the bill which abolishes preference to American ship. ping uintg Panama Canal, the U.S.A. Senate having adopted the meansre. In a dense fog the steamers 1 New York (.859i tona) ant Pretoria (13,234 tons) collided near America. A gaping hole was ripped in the New York, but both ressels were ablet to preieed to part. tlanbornte arrangements are being. madie by the Roman Catholic Church to hold funeral services for tlie victims of the Empress of Ireland disaster. from a vesrel which will Ihe noelhored over the sn lken liner. Mr RIedmond, leader of the Irish Nationalist Party, has isuledla statemeatit to effect that the Nationalist Provisionary Committee has decided to ask rolunteers of each county to elect representatives to sorre on a Provisional Committee. It is now coonidered certain that Mr Watt, Premier of Victoria, will accept offer to enter Federal politicas. He had a...
Cold-Weather Skin Trouble. Chaps, Cracked Hands, and Chilblains Soothed and Healed by Zam-Buk. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 18 June 1914
Cold-Wcietlher Skini Trouble. Chaps, Cra'cked laindds. n1Il Chllblains Soothed ad d Heailed by Zanl-Bulk. Chiapped hands, chilblains, and sore arms and faces should be promptly treated with Zamr-Buk. That disagreeable roughness and redness" of the skin is often quickly followed by cracking and bleeding, and there is grave dan ger of blood-poison or other in fectious disease. Being, so natural and refinsed Z'ain-Buk, unlike mere ointments and 'creams," penetrates beneath the -outer surface.. purifies the flesh,' and 'helps to grow new healthy skin in a wonderful way. Letting Zain-Buk soak all night into the tissues allays smarting pain and quickly heals' all sore nless. Mrs M. Emnsley, of Corner of Clifton and Phyllis Streets, May-: larids,: Adelaide, says :-"Lust winter the extreme cold caused my skin to crack and beconme awfully sore. When I put my hands in water they would'blood and be very painful. "I applied Zam-Buk on retiring at night, and put a pair of gloves on and by contin...
Fish for the Glenelg. 1000 Brown Trout Liberated [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 18 June 1914
Fish for tihe Gleneig. 1000 Brown Trout Liberatedi According to arrangement, twb inspectors of Fisheries (Messrs A. E. Annis and It. Pullen) ar rived at Castorton on Monday night in charge of 1000 English Brown Trout, conveyed in 30 cans from Ballarat for liberation in the Glenelg River. At the station the visitors were met by Messrs R. C. Miller (President), C. Chapman and F. Lawrence (moembers of Committee), and IH. S. HIayes, Ilon. Secretary of the Castorton Angling Society, with a drug engaged from Mr P. G. IHeard, and inl.this, the cans woere placed and conveyed to the ford in tihe Glnelg above the town bridge, where they were placed in the river for the night. On the following mornting the cans were replaced in tho drag, and with Mr H1-. S. Hayes on board, were con veyed to Retreat, Messrs .Chap mIna and Lawrenlce acconilaty ing the two Inspectors in a buggy kindly lent free gratis for the occasion by Mr T. Bawden. At Retreat, 750. of the trout wore liberated in, the long stre...
Get Rid of Bronchitis. Peps Bring Quick and Lasting Relief. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 18 June 1914
Get Rid of Bronchitis. Peps Bring Quick ltidl Lasting IRelief. Bronchitis means inflammation of the bronchi or tubes that branch left and right frotm the windpipe to carry air to the lungs, and the acute form of bronchitis usually comes on very suddenly. The symptons are tightness or sore ness of the chest right behind the upper part of the breast-bone, a little hoarseness and tickling at the hack of the throat, and with this is a very annoying, hacking, and dry cough. To stop that cough and relieve the tight feeling about the chest you must got to the root of the trouble by taking Pops, the new scientific remedy of unique cOm position and incomparable offec tivenoss. In Peps we have a new prin ciple in medicine for the treat nent of chest trouble. As the Pops tablet dissolves on the tongue, pure, soothing and heal ing fumes are released and pass naturally with eachll indrawn breath through the delicate air passages straight through the bronchial tubes to the lungs where the trouble...
Comstock's Nerve and Bone Liniment [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 18 June 1914
Comstock's Nerve and Bone Liniment Is a powerful penetrating prep aration which acts through the pores of the skin on the nerves, bone, and muscle. It possesses; the marvellous properties of a prompt pain-killer, and is un surpassed as a remedy for the. pains and aches to which human beings are subject, and :whici' only an external remedy can re lievo. It overcomes pains and aches by relieving tle effect 'on the delicate nervos, causing the circu lation of the blood to. be fully maintained through the injured part. It is an invaluable remedy for sprains and for reducing swell ings, which, under its influence become softened and disappear. Rheumatismi- Sciatica, . and Lunibago all yield to the powerful penetrating and conquering prop erties ofthis Liniment if used in :onneotion with-Dr. Morse's In lian Root-Pills according to direc tions.. Il'For .Stiff JointB,: Nouralgia, Lanie Back, Scalds, Burlns, Con racted 'Muscles, and ''Painful' Swellings it will be found that omlstock's Nerve...
C.E.M.S. Address by Canon Colebrook. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 18 June 1914
Aýddress by Ca(sson Cole ".' brook. 'Members of Christ Church Branch of the Church of England Men's Society assembled in one :of the rooms recently added to :the Parish Hall on Monday night, the President (Mr T. R. Tyther leigh) in the chair. After trans acting ordinary business, and in :dividually agreeing to contribute to the cost of having the garden plots in the Church grounds, put in good order for the Spring. members listened with interest to a stirring address from Canon Colebrook, of St. Paul's, IBallarat, on.the objects and work of the Society. S"THE SOCIETY--1''S OnJlECTs AND WORK." Canon Colebrook, who had pre viously been cordially welcomed on behalf of the Branch by the Chaplain (Rev F. Stillwell, R.D.) and the President, opened by urg ing members nut to be discour aged if their number was comlpar atively small, but to rest a'sured "that if they faithfully carried out the obligations of membership, the number would steadily in crease while all the time they would be doi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 18 June 1914
Toiweet the Titmte. einawL pitwno w p l s mj, eMei) -t. V MUILntia Voutab,etheltma and $itunahltts Onre (WurtL a Ulhemlet and I)ruggtel Ouluea a bottle) In Paotlee. Is. 9I, and U. per bottle ) Iaeitertt. LAXO.TONIC PILLS 2 Are i nafe-nnd certain remedy for BJi. iouenrne , Constipation. Liver Troubles; Flatulenre. Anmmin. etc. REXONA. The IRapid. ealer Is an Ointment gwhih meale with remarckable rapidlty. TUnlike tile old-lfahlioned ointments. which aro very nlow in tbeir action, eexona epeedlly effeolRits cures after.& very few applications. Sold in trinn gular potl at 11/6 and 31. YOU CANNOT FEEL GOOD When your dig?stion is out of order. DR. SHELDON'S DIGESTIVE TABULES digest what yon eat, thereby ouring the cause of your indigeetion. Price, 1/G and V16. For Bronohial Coughs, take Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, l/6. SILVER STAR STARCH wIN SI T 'ON. LABELLED PACKAGES PACK~AGES HG... General Merchants CASTERTON. We Have in Stock: Agricultural Lime. Price, 25s. per ton, ' Farmr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 18 June 1914
.;. y rolect the fluga.-rl'ajonow Vale" ap j rawo.u) 1.0 .MILLBB (iougb, _=:v &lt;a&lt;c, m. `nn Chonch tlit Cure ((orthsa Chemlut and Druggist ;Ounea a bottle) in Bottle.. Ii. 2s, and 8s per bottle Canterton. A· Malee Bro 6., For New1 & -eooba-Hena Motors and C~ycles, (suns and Ammuntlon. i k f TA KE a t s For Bronclhlal CoughIs, take Woode'.Oreat Peppermint COire, 1/6. J. Illtu wivotlti rtr HORSE SHOE ING. Hncks~ 4a; Draunght., 5e. A NURSE FOR 20 YEARS. NURSE EVANS of Tasmania and Victoria, writes her opinion of CLEMENTS TONIC CLEMENTS TONIC LTD. "I have been nursing for twenty years in Tas mania and Victoria, so my experience covers a lengthy period. When patients are weak and low, a nurse must know the best medi cine to give a patient. Some I have nursed have been so ill I never could have taken their case only I knew Clements Tonic would quickly restore them to health. What I am writing is founded on ex perience that amongst all medicines Clements Tonic ...
Glenelg Shire Council. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 18 June 1914
Glenelg Shire Council. THIS DAY. Present-The President (Cr J. Ross), OCr. P. W. Abbott, D. Boyle, L. Koch, J. Little, A. Mitchell, O. Northcote, A. Rees, and J. W. Widdicome. APPLICATIONS. W. R. Heath, Secretary P. and A. So. elety, wrote asking the Council to take steps for having Show Day (October 8) proclaimed a public holiday.-To be at. tended to. O; H. Batigh naked attention to had liiece df road betwoon Somerville'sn and Millard's allotments, Bahgallah, which ho stated was the only route to and from hisi preporty.-Enginter to report. .1. B. GOll, Runnymede, asked attention to bad and dangerous piece of Runnymede road mwhre there is a stamip isn middle of Sthe roadway, and stated tlhat the road needed improvement by formation of a couple of chains, adding that there is a gravel pit within 100 yards of. tle spot. Nothing, he stated, had been dtone to this tond for a long time.-Received. IH. E. PHgFlhe nasked that steps Ie token for removal of welghbridge opposite hlis premises i...
A Disappointment. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 18 June 1914
A Disappointment. The Rovers were simply aching to "git at 'eni" once more with opponents in the football field, and there was every pro. mise that they would put up a'good fight yesterday, when the sad news reached Casterton that the Merino team was unable to keep engagement for the match arranged to be played at Casterton. The Rovers, of course, get their four points for 'the match, forfeited hy Merino, through the latter failing to put in an appearance, but the Rorers would hare very much preferred to take their chances in a straight oat fight for vietory.
The Victorian Ministry. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 18 June 1914
Tihe Victoriani MIlln Istry. The resignation by ,tr Watt of his position of Premier of Victoria in'order to enter into the Federal political arena as.Liberal candidate for llaolava, has involved but few changes in tloe Victorian I .Ministry. Sir Alexander Peacock sne. ceeds Mr Watt as Premier. It. is a rather remarkable coincidence that Sir .lick first became Premier of Victoria when he was chosen by the Tarner M[in. istry of the iday. to succeeed Sir George Turner, who like MJr Watt, chose the Balaclana constituency on transferring his nctivities from State to Federal pol. ilien. In.the present ease, the lMinistry has bhee rearranged undler Sir Alick without change of personel, but Mr Lie. ingstone, who was an honorary Minister nuder the Watt Government, has become Minister of Ediwation, and Mr Murray has become Mfinister of Labor, ts well as Chief Secretary, while another,honorary Minister may be appointed. On Mr Watt's resignation, Sir ,\lick was sent for by the Governor, and wit...
A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 18 June 1914
A.N.A. In the absence on duty elsewhere of the President, Mr W. A. W. Kell was voted to the chair at meeting of the Cas. terton branch on Tuesday night. Aec counts to the amount of £5 tin 8d were passed for payment, and the Treasurer reported receipts to amount £. its td. On the motion of Messrs A. M[cDonald anil W. P. TLittle it was agreed that a wedding gift from the branch he present ed ito r J. McTntyre. the' Assistant. Secretary, mover and seconder both voicing appreciation of the sterling .and consistent soerrie rendered to the branch by M?r McIntyro for many years past. The President, Vice-President, and Mr MecDonnald were appointed a shb.com. mittee to seleet the gift, and. hand it to Mer MIcfntyre. with the good wishes of thie branch for the continued happiness and properity of himself and his bride. The syllabus for ens?ing six months, as drafted by tile Comnmittee, was adopt. ed on the motion of Messrs ,ceBean and fMl)Dnnld. It was agread on the motion of AMessrs Mc)Donal...
How to Neutralize Dangerous Stomach Acids. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 18 June 1914
Ilow to Neutralizen );angerous Stonueltl Acids.i Few people besidles physicians realise the importance of keeping tile food col tents of the stomalch free from acid for. mentation. Healthy normal digostion can not take place while the delicate lining of the toomach is being infllamed and dl tended by acid and wind--the results of fermenting food in the stomach. To secure perfect' digestion, fermentation must be stopped or prevented, and lieo acid neutralisel. For this purpose physiciane usually recom eend gettlng a little eiseratedl magneela from the chemist and taking half a teaspoonful in a little lhot or cold water immediately after eating. They reconmeond bleurated magnesia because it is lelnasnt to lake, bhas no disagreeable after effects, aned instantly stops formen tatton, neutrallues the acid and makes the esor sold food hlanlld, weeot and eansly digestod Tihe reular ueoofllrrterled meagnelsia-lbe sure you get the hiburated, as other kinds of.magnleel are of little value-Is ...
That Golf Paddock Frontage. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 18 June 1914
SThat Gdit Paddock of Frm iitutge. 0o, 8o We Ihae hadll so many Intuch more re Scenlt subjects of controversy, such as Ssale yards, waterworks, butty gangs, etc. to think about, that many people aive almost forgotten tie fierce conflict of reopinionr that arose-severnl years Hago-over the application of Mr G. . Harris to the Council for consent to sale Ih to hlint of the waste part of tlenty Street Sin front of the golf paddock, .whic tli hadl just purchased from the tlhen onners Sof I)unrobin Estate. It will be remnem Shered tliat the Council, which was agree. Sable to tie proposed puriehase of tie Inditl bly Mr lHariis, had its hallnd tied, be. I eanse some of the property owner oil y the other side of the street, considering Sthat redn?etion in widtl of the thorough. Sfare wonld depreciate te value of their own lioldilgs. declined to gire their con sent to tle proposed osale, nd liwitoull asilrll consent no sale collld legally le made. It was at thait ime disoovered thlil agreeml...