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"The Inlander." [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 19 January 1914

"The Inlander." The first issue of this magazine to hand from the publisher deals with the "possibilities and poten lialities" of the Great Inland of ii Australia, which has been dubbed ii the "Never Never" country. The t editor (Rev. John Flynri)showsus o in the first number of the maga- b zine, that the "lroat outback" he r works in, and 6treats" on ought e rather to be known as the "Ever t Ever" country, for it is very t clearly ever calling to us of the t more favored settled districts, and I showing us not only its needs and its disabilities, but those wonder- i ful "possibilities and potentiali- ' ties" that make it a great hoer itage, and because it is an "Ever Ever" country in the absorbing interest of its story of heroic and successful endeavor. We can heartily endorse the foreword in the shape of the following circu lar that has been forwarded with the issue under rommont:- The cities are full of pride, Challenging each to each. -Kipling. "And the cities-at least so far as...

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Police Magistrates Fixtures. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 19 January 1914

Police Magtatrate. Fixttures. Brfanrbolme-I-mpda1, 11.30 a.m.. on January It: F.bruary 16, Maroh 16. Balmoral-Tueeda.y..oon, on'February Caaster-Mo-ionday 1 n.m., o01 Feb 'mry i!' arsh 1and 30.: CO'Wnlneras-;day. 11 p.m. on Jenu" ft ~bor ,March 6. edp, 2I-p~m.. Fahru. M j sow-Thesaiad, 3 pom, Fahrcaary rim= Ii na w~t,.o ,.Oanui uar

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
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Australian Workers' Union. Conference Agenda List. Demands on Politicians. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 19 January 1914

Ausltralial'n Workers' Union. Confsherbnce Agendta List. Deanrriuule lon Polliticihuuan. No fewer than 1239 notices of motion appear on the agencla paper for the 28th annual confer ence of the Australinn Workers' Union, which will he opened in Sydney on January 28th. Culpaulin, N.S.W., has subh nitted the following:-"That a vote of censure be moved on the Hnolman Government for the de lay of the Shearers and Rural Workers' H-ut Accommodation Act." Toorale Shearers. N.S.W., sug gests that no. member of Parlia ment shall hold any office in the A.W.U., on the. principle of "one nian, one job"; and Oakhurst, N,S.W., asks that all paid offoiials of the A.W.U. seeking Parlia mentary honors shall resign their positions. Thornlelgh, Q., is of opinion that members of the A.W.U. Con ference should approach the Fed eral Labor Party with regard to the dlelay iln getting before the Arbitration Court.- .The Manor (V).. emigests that all nominated Labor cundilates hbe asked to pledge themselves to...

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
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Market Reports. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 19 January 1914

ia rkets Reports. Tile Gcelonu Hide, Skin, and Tallow Brokers Assoetation report Wednesday, January 14, 101. : Sheepskins.-The supply to.dny eons* prised chiefly pelts and. lambskins, with a few lots of full wools, and the demand ?ain be .qtotnl as good. Crossbred pelts Iheing more in demand than mrinoces. Green Skins (full wool): Merino and Comeback to 108d, Coarse. Crossbreds to itod, Spring Laubstkins (small to medium) to .tld. Pelts to 45d. Dry Skins : Meril and l Comeback to 8.ld; Crossbreds, to 7.d ; Spring Lamb. skins, to 7;d;}; Pelts (bare), to 4d ; merino to lid ; crossbreds fo 6.d : in ferior nnd dead to 2.)d.. Hide.: The teideney, was for" lower wrices, the condition not being good. utther,.' Green Hides, good, heavy and stollt, to 71d': do. light and mnedilnm, to 71d ; salted ihides, good heavy and stout, to 8oi a do. do. heary, no substance, to 7did; do. do. light and tmedinm, to 7.d ; kip to 7(sd. Messrs Dalgety & Co., Ltd:, report, Jannuary 14, 114: tabbits (h...

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
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At the Council Table. Notes and Comments. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 19 January 1914

Athe Council Table. s c r''etee and Coimmenis. d -ounoillors trod the mark s ctually, on Thursday, got ' wsy smartly, and as the Presi c ant kept them morving in livolv It bion, the work of the meeting : r--s again concluded before the 8 ioneh adjournment, for which t Yveryone concerned was thank ful. There was just a slight imn ipresion on this occasion, thait the President is in dllnger of over- ` going a good thing, by incerring t ?lsk of some it-sins of bI?iness -being passed over without quite s muobh consideration as their Importance demands. :. It eannot, it is true, be justly psaid that public interests really suffered to any serious extent through undue hastn in dealing with the hnliness of the Council on Thursday last, but it is just possible that those interests would have been advanced if a little more time had heen allowed for discussion of one or two of the itemns on the agenda list-the :water supply question, for in -stance, the sanitary service. and oneor two other m...

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
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Courteous and Efficient. Senior-Constable Scanlan. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 19 January 1914

Courteous and Efficient. Seulor-Constable Secntl n. fIany people are apt to attribunto Iise tinguished ability as an officer or moemn her of the police force, only to those whose names figure often and promin ently in connection with the arrest'and prosecution of offenders against the law. On the other hand, imany anr prone to overlook the merits of men in similar positions, who make few arrests, and rarely appear in court as prosecuting officers. Yet there is much more credit doe to the nlnli ovo so eondcts tile soper visioni of his district thalt breaches of the law demanding the interference of a member of the force ore rare, aun conse quently there are few arrests or prosecuc tions, and few iicidents that attract pub lie attention to police activity, than' to the one whose name freiquently appears. in the press. Such a man as the formlier is Senior-Constable E. J. Scanlan, who'_ on Thursday last retired from the police force after 36 years of lhonorable serrice to the public, an...

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 19 January 1914

Yo Meet the T1 e.-I am now pqtting up m ?amoUs I.O .MLLU Cough, Aiethma. and Bronchitis Cu e (wortba t hiulut mud Druggihi - - .' Ouinea a bvttlo) in blottles, It. 2., and IN .. er bottle. ) Lsterton. Mother's Frensle 1/l- and witb. Nit Comb. 116.. PR.DI1C IOIADB for tho Hadb. SSt.ilk.. ;infesting. Vojgit DeiaS. One, "tfrlatlonu Nsmyu Vermin, Rifl rafty .WneL'', powad ': maZ i. Ltue s.; Etvn Lass. i/i. AbM~ fernqks i 9t#,.Seg Blede.'4 f iva e,~ -:it06Mid -,tkiýA! 4, k _1ie it; h bi'' · $ · Qan;b ·- l M. - ' * FOR YOUR HEALTrI AND WELL. BEING. "NATURES THE ORIGINAL PLEASANT AND LAXATIVE" GENUINE A delightful liquid laxative, and the only true remedy for habitual constipation mind the many ill6 resulting front n weak or sluhggish condition of tile kidney s, lip,'er, :lut howcl.. Pleasant to the tnste: anlI prompt. gntle. ::nl thor"ugh in ction. SMla thr,,.gh ut AtlIa1"11, n two "1'.t. . : -J :it . 'l CLEANLINESS IS NEXT TO GODLINESS. A clean body induces a clean mind. A Clean body Ii ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 19 January 1914

4o Mee-the TI4º iea.i-! ej now puttug up m ifamoug g.MLp , ,Lh Cough, Atlima, and 3,onchlt.· Cue (wortha? (bemlnt andD uggtip Guinea a bottle) In Bottles, In, 2e, and 8e or bottle. Castorthn. :ýyONiW G.TON H____'t~x WHQqOINGOCOUGri AND BRONORITIS. LITTI.n IR. SUlFERED vORl SEVEN MONTHS. d ty -fith Karl n'aged two yanr, hand Whooping Cotighl nd and ilronohiti for oven months," writes AhMl I. Laws?n. 3 W'tor-stroot, Oarnperdow,6 N. 3S W. 'Sometinceis sie .wan soa bad lih wontli falldown with woknesn;i Many a tuite I have picked lipr ip, thlnkler 'rho wen dead. She 'wold hold lnr hrlPiii, nnill I wovl hI lav to tamlok Ir on the Irack 0 a115 5 lln e le hlr-? Ioir?lathe oI'?gl. I 'lae' linr l lhlr a i 'lr of cOaillh rnta* .tti.n, nod I wn slwnays talkigliher ti Ihn i do, torse, and they give Iaor nlnny co.hli ronedie,_ atit noahil?g had eInv #I"it wliztover. Dn1 day a Isdy rllcomandeydr ais to try Dr. Phello,'s Niw Di~inver, and slid ii witu very good for \VWloupi,, loiili, os I o It bot...

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Digby. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 19 January 1914

.Digby. Mrs W. Harvey. senr., a very old Digby resident, passed away on Wed. nesday last, and was huried in the Digby remetery on Friday. A. large nmnber followed the remains to the grave, where the Rev. ather - Lowham olliciated. Messrs Kohn and McCallum carried out tho mortuary arrangements. Thie deceased lIndy, who was 80 years of age, was predeceased about 11 years ago hy her hushand, and leaves a son. Mr .James Harvey, and four daughters, Mrs P. Thomas, Mrs E. aIswton, Mrs Storer, and Mrs Blair to mourn their lo0s.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 19 January 1914

,Tho Treasurer's report for the past month showed that the Shire overdraft at date of the December Council mooting amounted to £.1696/070. Cheques drawn at that meetinglncreased the amount by £384/0/6, and batik chargo 5/ and exchange 2/, raised the total to £2074/114/0. During tihe past moatlh, revenue to amount £135/13/1 hatl been paid in, leaving amount of overdraft on Thurs day last at .1939/0/11, Adjourned general meooting to elect committee anid other officers tied frame programme for St. Patrick's Picnic Races will be held at tie Glonelg hotol at i8 o'clock to-night. Dorgiholm monthly stock sale will be hold on Wednesday next, January 91, by Messar P. Laormontl and Co, lwho have 40 Ihead of cattle and 9,100 sheep. Houose and land property at Digby vill be offered for sale totmorrow, (Tuesday,) .by Messro P. Loarlouth and Co. Nominations of candidates to flill four vacaneics on thle committee of the Mech anics, Instituto must be lololdged with thee Secretary, Mr. .1. Tytorieig...

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Portland. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 19 January 1914

Oa occasion of the lomonustraibl in swiuniiing and life saving by Mr liendirn. paire, M1r mlowlett aiid the tenlhers at. tenlling the Suinner Swimming school, a eliarg, was mliide for admission of spectators to the pier, and the proceedls, £s2 10s welnt to the futlds of tihe Port. Innd lojspital. On Thursday afternoon. teachers and students were entortailned in the Illinnienl Gardens by the Mayor (Cr V. .I. Willinamson) and lMrs W'illiinmson, and were welcomed by the Mayor mul Mlr IT. .. 3r. Campbell, M.L.A.,t o Portland. The visitors ex. pressed hearty thllnks for the hospitality they had rejeived at PIortland, all tllrough the period of their stally in the town.

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South African Strike. Leaders Surrender Unconditionally. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 19 January 1914

Soutli Africai-Strike:. Lenders Surrender Uncon. . dltlonally. The drastic measures adopted by the Government to uphold the law have re sulted in the sulrredler of the strike lecders, nwho with 200 supporters had harrianded' themselves in the Trades Iloll, .fohanneslurg. The hall was surroulnded by a cordon of police. and lllrghers, lani the Goreanmcelt, reflsiIng to patrley with men who were breaking the law, ordered the inmates to sur. render an- , litinally.. within lire snit iute,. or they wolld be takeni out forcibly. The dennd wit as complied with, alid :15 of the leaders were arrested and plthired in roatlhement. Over :31 strike lenders were also arrested at Preturiani tula htmber of other arrests were made. t12 delegaites attending I meeting of the Typhalgraphieal Society at the strike heliil quareters at Johannes. hurg were also arresteda.n Friday. The men in thie variouts strike enitres are returningto work, and the railway senrice is gradlully being restored to normal con...

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Wednesday Association. CHRIST CHURCH v PRESBYTERIANS. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 19 January 1914

W: edeate?s y AssoelItlon. CIfIlTST CITUIRCIT.v Pv I SI'TY. TERIANS. the l?st gamein the lrst rolnd of hlo local W?dnesldny Assoeintioni mntelhe will be pliybd on the Casterton ground on TVednesday. The teams will le sel rated from .the following pilnyers, wlho re ansked to be on the ground at 2 o'clock slharp: Presbyterinns.--l. C. Miller jnr, W. Dufine. Dr Derairn, .. "Dorward, )'. llellJ. . ,'frrell P. I'enrd. .1. Bul3lav, J. Watt, W. .ames, A. Ifughes, II. Smith, W. Livoek, It. Stratllh, n. Iar row. Stewart. Christ Church.-iT. Tibbles, If. Smith, f.:l.Seyniour, B. Wood, .S. Miller, IT. Iletelifordl, F. MMiller. I. lt ayes, P. Crowe, II. Crabtree, K. Nicholson. F. Abbott. G. Edrich, Farrell, T. Bawdnen, T. Penchey?,V: ' dgnr, L1. O' Neill, F. James,' Wnters. Slcembers of the Presylterinn Club are asked to anttend at the chulrch ground this evening at t.30 for practice. At a " meeting of the ?Assoeinio.n hell on Vdlnsday Inast.'a protlest from tile. seretanry of the C.Y.tM,S. tena...

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LATEST NEWS. MELBOURNE, This Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 19 January 1914

LATEST NTWS _ BYY WVIRE) 3ELIOUIivNE; This Day. Viseount ]ythe. addreo'singl a" non-: Party mecting at: Box lHill; Sussex; on the Home Hloe iluestion, suggested a convention .to dlen with the qurcition. similar to that =which drafted the South Africen Constitution.' The .Ulster Found now amotints to C1,000,000. A Swiss: named. Mortotte has been. fined £3,10 at Borne for nattempting to smuggle gunpowder across tihe Franeo. Swiss border by means of oi motor car. The motor however, caught fire. rUproarious,scenes ocenrred at a meet ieg in London to consider the reduction of armaments question. .A-resolution favoring the rediction was ultinmately adoated, but members of the Stock Ex change shoiwed ,great- opposition to the motion. - ulw M "ýiQ ý e """ Blrigadier-General' Otter, Chief of the General Staff of Canaida, says the militia are all equipped,' but need gqldrupling in number. Ire suggested is scheme of compulsory training inu schools and mini. srisatica. . Sensational charges hsa...

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Merino A.N.A. v Butter Factory. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 19 January 1914

?;ei'lio A.N.A. v IRutter Factory. - A very. interesting cricket'mathc took place on the Merino ground on WVednes. day last between the above teams. The' Inetory team weont in first nml knocked up 61, "of which W?rd's (25) was the best effort. The A.N.A. responded with 41, W. Bucnkley Imaking 1t :(not; out). Bowliong honors were divided between 1'Gninoeiss for the Factory and Davis for the A\.N..A. The latter did the lint trick. 'The otaLch wa won by the Fen. tory by 10 runs. Next Wednesday these tennis mnieet in buttle at Merino for the medals, and as enoh tearm willt have some newl nod good players. an exciting game may be eoai dletly looked fornward to.t

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 19 January 1914

clood Hire Motor Cars at A. O. Berkefeld , o_ «r*, Seldom r I. fr / i r'ua air \ L k such as we are of erin ' Here are a few of the striking values that are bringing the crowd into our Store: Our Six-Guinea New Western Star Cycles, Completo, Ready for the Road. The Material for these Cycles is carefully selected by experienced Mechanics, and Brazing i (luaranteed Five Years. We Defy Competition in Prices in this particular line. Inspection of these Cycl , means to purchase lit nce. Premier,} Motor Cyc les We n Rover, Star, Are supplied b lua for Cash or Terms. Motor and Cycle Sundries sold at Primre Not Heard of Elsewhere. : AT MALEE BROS.' MOTOR Ilandl Cycle Depot, Hen?y-st., N w Premise, adjoining L, . O. Harris. SHEEP 500 Sheep Cured of "White Eye'" for 5s. RETCHFORD'S BLIGHT SPECIFIC. QhDe soct Y 5st, CHETvyND, 20?12/13. Dear Sir,-A well known Sbrep Man told. mo you have a very good preparation for" White Eye" in bbcnvp, and I want you to send me somae of Sit by Monday morning's...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 19 January 1914

Orilent Line - Royal Mall Steamers. For London, via Adelaide, Fremantle i( W.A.); Colombo (for India), Egypt, S Naples, Toulon. Otbraltar, and Plymouth. '--. rner. 'rTcn. 0frltc.e . London. S;:Orontes 9,023 fan. 7 Fob. 14 Orvieto 12.130 Jan. 21 Feb. 28 Omrah 8,130 Feb: 4 Mar. 14 Otway. 12,077 Feb. 18 Mar. 28 Otranto 11,124 Mar. 4 Apl.-1ll And fortnightly thereafter. The Steamers of the Orient Line are ::fitted with all modern and up.to-date ap plianices for the safety and comfort of passengerg.- Passengers are carried in a- 1 c?.l.lassee. .Third-class accammodalon: i·-8Ipftp) ryomnrl dni oms; deck -"°dtnieba jodatlon, and cuisine a speoialty. 0Round the`World Rates, via Canada, United States, Japan or South Afrioa, quoted on application. Pleasure or business trips on the coast (to Fremantle, Adelaide, Sydney, or Brie. ha :-.bann) quoted on applicoation. S.'The Loeal Agents will supply circulars or further information on application. SPassage from any port may be prepaid D. L. DOWDEL...

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Easterton News Printed MONDAY & THURSDAY EVENINGS MONDAY, JANUARY 19, 1914. The State Ship. Decks Cleared for Action. Liberals All! "Stand By." [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 19 January 1914

Prnteod MONDAY & THURSDAY EVENIN4 S MONDAY, JANU,\IARY it, 1914. The State Ship. Decks Oleared for Action. Liberals All! "Stand By." Wrrn the re-election of the Premier, Attorney-General, and Minister of Agri. culture on Thursday Inat to their Assenm bly seats, the Watt AMinistry is firmly installed in command of the Victorian State ship. and the deck* have been cleared for action, more especially to pave the way daring the ensuing suimIticer Session for the general elections that will be held in October next. The ves sel may have a smooth passage during this Session, hut it is probable that stormy weather may be encountered at any time, and almost certain that it will be during the closing Session of this Piar liamnet, whin will open in July. It is therefore incumbent upon Liberal oleo. tors-and especially country electors- to keep on the alert. mnd to "stand by," ever ready to give active and lt fnectnal assistance (if required) to the otficero they have placed in charge, ...

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Optical Defect. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 19 January 1914

Optieal t Defect. ITavo'you ever stopped to consider the results of defectivoe vision? It may mean tihe satcce or fatlure of your and your children's work in lifo. Mr Abotomey, tihe well-kliown sight specialist, invitesyou to 'onselt him tegarlting your oyes. Ho will toll yom thirel trte condition, and if they require glasses he will supply you with what is required. Mr Abotomeoy will visit Mt, GOmbier on Friday nod Saturday. Februnry ith and 7th, also on the following Friday and Saturday, teobruary :iith and 14th. and tmay be cor eulted. at .Jena's Hotel, Coleraino will to visited otn Monday February 9, at Carter's Hotel. Hamilton, Ttoeday andt WVednosdoy, Febrnnry ]Oand 11 at Vitor-, il Hotel. nor? Cesterton ol '1 hI:, l' Fo btt.try. 12 at Niellot's H.ce,'i, It 1 ,i

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Portland Racing Club. THE Summer Meeting Of the above will be held on Thursday, February 12, 1914 Programme: [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 19 January 1914

Portland Racing Club. THE Summer Meeting Of the above will be held on Thursday, February 12,1914 Progratnate : NELSON HANDICAP, of 12 sove.. second horse to receive 2 sove. out of stake. For horeso that have never received more than 10 sove. in spy one flat race. About six furlongs. Nomlintion. 5e. PORTLAND HANDICAP, of 25 sove., second horse to receivo 5 seove. out of stake. Aboutono mlle. Nominatlon, 7o Gd; ecceptance, 5o at scale. PIONEER HANDICAP HURDLE RAUE, of 25 sovs., second horse to - receive 5 sovs.rot of stake. About two miles. Nomination, 7s Gd; tc coptancc, 5s at scale. IIENTY HANDICAP, of 12 sove., second horse to receive 2 oves. out of stake. Amateur riders approved by StewardP. Minimulm weight, 10st. 71b.. The rider of the winner will be presented with a trophy value £5, the gift of C. C. McCulloch, Esq. About seven furlongs. Nomination, 7e Od: nc ceptance, 2e Od at scale. HANDICAP PONY RACE, of 12 sove., second pony td receive 2 sovs. out of stake. Four furlongs. We...

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