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Cricket. Casterton v Geological Camp [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 19 January 1914
Cricket: Castertoni Geoilg cil Utlinip A. friendly malich was played at the Cnstorton cricket ground on Bttlurday between teams. representing Caster ton and the University students who are i cminip at Retreat, eligaged under Pro fessor Skents in making geological sur vey of. the comitry in that vicinity along thie banks of the Gleneig. The visitors were lirst at the wickets, andl while six of the batsmeni who took a. Ilind were disposed of for itsignificalit scores, Still. well. 'iwho l ivein il first with Summers scored freely, lihe and later, Towl, after the latter had joined him, mastered the bowling till the former was runi out after making 80. Twloe was not out witih . when the innings was deelared closed. Dr Drorain opening with Ewen for the home teami put up 22 including i five for his last scoring stroke, and later fatt thews scoredl 11, thlese two being. the only double figure scores il n total of 84, Professor Skeats showing thalt with abil ity and knowledge in geological ...
Home Missions. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 19 January 1914
I loiile Missions. The Rev. R. E. Ifooper, as deputation froni the [Home. Missionary Society, in the Methodist Cltorec last night, made appeal for support, moral and financial, of tho society work not, as he put" it; ns n anppenl for rlnrity', but in the more dignifled form of it claim-for discharge of n just debt.' 'Yrenchmng from the text Romais 10 14: - 'f ant debtor, both to the Greeks;aind to the arbnirians, to the wise, and to: the lunwise," eom tenting upon the known eharacteristics of St. Paul, as n man of keenly logical mind, and disenssing' various forms of debt, which could not be considered as likely to have been recognised as obligations by the great Missionary, hIe argued from the loeitil chalrneter of the man. and his mlssionary passion, that the debt re ferred to was the obligation felt by St. Paid, as possessor of the greatest of all gifts, the gnosis, or "knowledge of God," so often referred to in his writings. to emake allmen who were less rich by en dowed shares ...
Merino. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 19 January 1914
Merinio. At meeting of Progress .hsoc'itioni Iheld on Wednesday night. it waos agreed in regard to the proposed bathing place, that, as the season is now far nadrncned, 'the tender of Mr Mlllbitt would not be necepted. It :a0s brought under the notice of the associatiosn that the Shire Council hod appoilted ano tilnman to do the work of the South Riding a resident and rnotpayerof adjoining Shire. It ns I decided to protest against this "nplpoint ment, its it wnis eonsiceredl iftiir to. residents in the Shire qisliltiel 'od lotlhe work. It was decided als6Lo thlt in.-the enses of tipmten, bltty gitngs :ole.-. it would lie miolre -atisftelory to oi:ll for oaplications thanl to make applointments right nawany.. . : Thle death ioculrred on Fridnya Inot of Miss I?lizlbethJTane Noble.:dau ghter of the Intr Thod. Noiblh; Ien ty Ito hodll bleenl ailing for ibotll foulr yeaonis andl l ol ridden for severatl' nioith. "The filoernl took place at'Mleritiao oin Sildny.) lieli i large utimber:of ...
SPORTING. Warrnambool Races. WARRNAMBOOL, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 19 January 1914
SPORTING. Warrnamnbool- Races. IBY WIRE.) WARRNAmIIROOL, Saturday. Trial fiandicap;.-,King Kirk, 1; Tiogo; 2; Ornate, 3;. .2 to61.the winner.. I[urdle Rare.--Fulcrni,- 1; Emirnald Dale,' 2; Chatter Boy, :2. '.4 to :- th ninner. Summer 1an diap. ?-Mirene, 1 ; aingil 2; Tiogn, E3. :'Een money the winner.. Steeleehisoe.- fonorail, 1I; Klyappa, 2; COnecli, 3. 4 to 1 the Winner. Pony Racne. Lady Ardon, '1;Rollin;n 2; Greedy, 3.t Evens the winner. rFlytig iHandincap.Grtftondaler 1 Asterbert, 2; 'Molon, 3 i:6 to ,t against the winier.
Mongrel Breeding. Socialism, or Stock. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 19 January 1914
iMonligrel Bredecilngl. Socintllsanior LSticl. SIn a stock brdeding district strih as this, iost. peoople realise the folly of breeding nlongrels, o.anythling thiat is not the best possibi they' n get of lilany particular typeor 'ilass. That is why a big mnjority of -us are opposed to the mongrel Socialism of the Labor party ypeo, though filorable to the tire-bred Socialism of State nid Municipalt enter prise, that id -oflen quoted by ignorant abor p orators, or by those not ignoratt., who try to deceive the people, as I reason why we should illk(e oil their tmongrel.soeinlist schemos.. Our 'Shire Council hlas of latso quito cheerfully underlaken it little Socalist enterpriseo of its own I0i providing a, bull for the convehiincefe offerino stock owners who rulln their ows'oll the to\tin comlnlotl; or neighiboring public roads, ilid no o00o has'any objection to thi.. ButL Cr Littlllo cant stanld mongrelebreeding of sooilismi or stock. and thoulgh ftavorablo to giving the Mlrino or an...
Leitch Pictures. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 19 January 1914
Leitclh Pictures. The hot on Thursday night Inast at tracted the biggest assemblage it has vet drawn to the Casterton MIe. elanies' Ifall, and tle big crowd pIresent was thoroughly appreaiative of the e, cellent series of views rcreened. The big too-reel star series "'hle Iiddle of the Tin Soldier," nol "The Intruder," wore followed with close inltecrst through. out, being admhirably displaed, as were all the other views ineluded in a well selected and interesting programme, in eluded in which were pictures of beamtti ful view# in various parts of the worhl, nol numerous droamatic and comedy scenes. . On Thursday night) next, the pro gramme of highlelass photo plays will includle a two-reel special "W'idow Mttlony's Faith," describhed as present ing "a thousand feet of laughter," this picture being the production of the Keyslone Compnny, wihose "Schoritz the Tailor" was so lutc lliked on Thurslday last. Tho.programme is again a varied and well chosen one, inelllling many otiher high...
Waterside Workers' Trouble. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 19 January 1914
Wateriside Workers'.:: Trouble. The Waterside Workers' Federation isrenlowilg effort to get a confroence with the Commonwealth Shipowner's Association with respect to thle now log which ditemands enlormons increases of pay. linllding 2i porJhour for loading and unloading genoral cargo. The ship. owners are willing for the easo to go to the .\rbitration Clurt, but the men's icprr1reentativos do not want this. Tihe hlolmlwni'ers had rOefuSCd a conference, beehise it ans stated that no'roldintion of thoe log demands would, be necepted, and these were regarded an utterly ia: poaible and preposterous. [BY WIRE,] MELBOUIIRNE, This Day. The wharf labourers in Sydney re f[sed on Saturday to work ovortimne the caunse of failure in arranging for confer ence in Mehlbourne with the Shipo?noers over ia fresh agreoment. The action of the men resulted in chnao oil the Sydney winarivs onI Sntllrdly lfternoontl ni night. The 2Mellbourne men lappeared content toi stinu by the Federation.
The Ballarat Exhibition. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 19 January 1914
The Ballarat Ex hibition.. Popularisation of knowledge E is at all times beneficent and sal- | ntary, and it is scarcely possible to conceive a more efficient meth ad of extending that particular branch of it which relates to the E rise and progress of the particular spot of earth, which is sanctified to each of us under the distinctive title of home, than that taken by the Commissioners of the Ballarat Exibition, where there is now gathered as magnificent and var- I ied an array of art and industry I as to be seeon in any part of the world. To the thoughtful, such an expositior of Victoria's resources is invaluable from every point of view, whilst to those engaged in all forms of agricultural or pas toral pursuits it affords an object lesson for future endeavour, which it is almost impossible to do otherwise than commend. To mention the dairying exhibits alone, they are worth a visit from those specially interested in the industry, as apart from the whole of the processes employed ...
Canadian Visitors. "Spying Out the Land." Impressions in Australia. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 19 January 1914
Canadian Visitors. "Spying Out tile Land." Impressions in Auist.rilla. M[r .T. A. Coulson, who hails fronm the district abouit? Edmonton, a city of 75.000 inhabitants, which is the capital of tile ptroince of Albertn, in Canada, accompanied by one of Ihis sons, was "spying out the, land" :about Cantsrton daring last weok:. This wAns in course of a toir of inspection, in which has al. ready o.beer included Quieonslanid, New South Wales' and many parts of- Vic toria, and which is now being extended through South' and : 'Vest: Australia. Tihe object. of the tourr ;1"- to pickl oit land whicih Mr Conlsli: proposes' to ae quire for settlement thereon, more pnr. tienlarly withl a view to handlingn and raising stock, oespecially- cattle: -The visitor, very` clearly= a - hnrd.lienided business man, thoroughly up' in stock handling and treatment in which Io- lns carried on extensive bhusiness in Canada and UJnited States, is more thian favor ably impressed with the, Comnlowealth, Ilavig seen...
Casterton Post Office. Mail Arrangements. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 19 January 1914
Casterton Post Office. Mlnil . rrlt Iu ll2au fltnA. .,iln l-- l ..- IIIll' , no lll ll l li I I n I I lIr ·Irt nn nlld Iulle - 1ni1..- m n-nn.n1 unnuing; n nI..au,'.n.' ,l.h.vl-.h,.i. , tI 'l'a.i ful, I ri, I In, g11 IV.'.,) llU:J Soil. I'rivnl4 616? : I":, mlhb ,r ".. .Islrllt-dl.lnlo, ll, v iirlllnn, l illn H, I .. 10 2 IO TI'.r. : dne 7. I7 Nl n t.a Non .d nuliSt I a Tild n,l Fri, l .l vInI 7.45 'l'lalTr.. \nrlllln,--rlu dally 8 I , (.0II1n c.nl .tadl),l ,lnnV.11i 1nIt.1In I','W, '. Ia,, ll. I.0, 'llnh ., fin fin'.. Ilnll nI-hI--e..nn,n n.r.r ,nrning.aIIt a,.d I.lls Ihl.s: ait. 7.,17 n , In VW, d Suin,,nll ni 'Il'l aIi? Frl I ?.n r llld, 7.1. I, fr a ,I T . ' I Ihdltn Rll.t--.lu, . 11 Iu Tur., d.- 10,11.ll 'Inor. N), I rnaa hohI -,'-.lu ,, ?1 I. ,r1h,. at H sa T"ru ? ilZ iSL . I1 ,.il l .1 1 I7 T ' .?.. I'rh.11 -I.i'--eh.I l " wIl '1. a l'hru ,?ill nt a 'l,'. . 5 Idio ?.I1. II',W5 ,I .nI rllr .ll. InrIl, vand" fnI : W.n,d,,I..nTl. (l,ni'I n,, l,,l o· inur, Wni rnd nd Sn , at ; dI...
Liberal Ministers. Re-Elected by Large Majorities. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 19 January 1914
Liberal MLinisters. Re-Elected by Large Majorities. Electors of Essendon, Prhlran and Borung have confirmed their previous invariable support of the Liberal princi. ples by re-electing respectively the Pre. mier (lion W. A. Watt), Attorney-Gen. cral (lion D. Maekinnon) and Minister of Agriculture and WVater Supply (loni W. Illtchinson) by big majorities. The majorities of Messrs Walt and Mac. kinnon are smaller than those by which tlley w'?crc rclllrnedl at the. int generial elections. This fact is n6ted by the Metholrne dilies, which however, omit to note that the number of votes recorded for the Labor candidates in Essendon and iPrahran was also smaller than those it the general election, and that the ro daced majorities of the Ministers named are due to the lowa percentage (In Pra. raun only .10 per cent) of the electors who recorded their votes. RIeslts of the voting wore:- ESSENDON.. Watt (Lib.) 6,183, Keane (Lab.) 4,761. Majority for Watt 1.4 2.. At the general elections in 11...
Indigestion. Can It Be Banished? [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 19 January 1914
IndiigestIon. -- --.-,'---- Can It Be Banished ? Now can it? Must a woman go on suffering from headaches, biliousness, flatulence, pains after eating, languor, or any of the other distressing symptoms that arise from faulty action of the stomach or the liver? Must men be made less fit for work. less able to keep pace with their competitors, because in digestion is sapping their energies, and clogging their minds? lave men and women to go on enduring these things without hope of recovery? Assuredly not I Most cases of acuto indigevtinn are the result of neglect or of indifferonce. Peoe ple got into a foolish habit of thinking that they will be better on the morrow, or in ii week or two, and so the comrn plaint gets hold and tile sufferer goes from bad to worse. Food ought to give up its life-sustaining elements for every nerve and muscle in your body; it ought to replenish the rich, red stream of blood flowing through your veins, and help you to think, to act, and to work with the vi...
Casterton Court of Petty Sessions. Roster of Justices for 1914. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 19 January 1914
Casterton Court of Petty Sessions. Roster of Justices .for 1914. F January 22-Messrs Somerville, Mur roll and Veitch. January 29-Messrs Holmes, Miller, Hughes and Carmlichael. February 5-Messrs Hughesand Smith. February 12--Messrs Holmes and Murrell. Eobruary 19-Messrs Ross oand Somer yille. February 2i--Messrs Davis, Holmes sod Veilhb. March V 5-Messrs Hughes, Murrell and Little. March 12-Messrs Smith, Ilolnes and Carmichael. March 19-Messrs rloss and Veitch. March 26-.Massrs Davis and Somenr Ville. April 2-Messrs liughes and Davis. April 9 - Messrs Smith, Ross and Little. April 16-MHsnrs Somerville, Murrell ond Jackson. April 23-Messrs Velitch, Holmes and Miller. May 7--Messrs Smith and Murrell. HMy l.--Messrs IHughes and Somer ville. Miay 21-Messrs Voltch, Ross andI Carmichael. May 28-Messrs Holmes and Davis. June 4-Messrs Smitll and Davis. June It-Mesars Hurghe and SRoenior ville. .isne 18-Messrs Holmes and Ross. Juno 25-Mossrs Murrell and Voltch. lJuly 2-Messrs Smith, Hlughles ...
Train Arrangements. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 19 January 1914
Train Arrangements. Train leaves Castorton 8.35 a.m., Sand ford 8.49, Henty 9.12, Merino 9.40, Grase dale 10.12, Miakite 10.25, Brinxlholo 11.15, arrives Hamilton 11.50. Monday. Wednesday. Thursday. and Saturday. Train loaves Hamilton 5 p.m., Bronx nolme 6, Miakite 6.13, Graesdalo 6030, Mlerno 6.55, Henty 7.10, Sandford 7.25. arrives Casterton 7.45 Tuesday and Friday. Leaves Hamilton 0.5, Branxholme 7.15. Miakite 7.28, Graasdale 7.40, Merino 8.10, Henty 8.25, Sandford 8.45. arrives Canler ton 0. Thursday. Ieaves Hamilton 10.17 a.m., Brsnx holme 11.25. Gravsdale 11,53. Morlno 12.17 p.m., Henty 12.29. Sandford 12.47, arrivees aeterton 12.55. Leaves Castertoh 3.10. Sandford 3.24, loenty 3.42, Merino 4.2, Granslale 4.311, arriveta Branxholme 4.55, arrives linmil ton 6.8 p.m.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 19 January 1914
In Memoriam. McKINNEY.-In sad and loving memory of my beloved Husband and our dear Father, Robert McKinney, who died at Russell Street, Casterton, on the 17th of January, 1913. Sadly missed. [Inserted by his sorrowing widow and children, Bushfield.] In Memoriam. RICHARDSON.--In loving remembrance of our little darling, Sid. Richardson, who passed away on January 20, 1913. Another little lamb is gone, To dwell with him who gave; &nbsp; Another little darling babe Is sheltered in the grave. &nbsp; God needed one more angel child &nbsp; Amidst His shining band, And so He bent with loving smile, And clasped our darling's hand. Sleep on in thy beauty then sweet angel child, &nbsp; &nbsp; By sorrow unblighted, by sin undefiled. Inserted by Mr. and Mrs. F. Richardson and &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; family.
Game on Snake Island. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 22 January 1914
lGame on Snl ke Isl81u1i. The second 'deer shoot," organisdll under Departmental Oltfcer Diff, took place on Saturday 10th inst, when twen. ty six were shot or rlnt down. The deer on Snake Island. near Welshpool have increase:l to such an extent thatit is es timated the number must be close on 2000. Many of these get across to the main land, and are becoming very de structive to all green crops. Noterithl standing the fact that somnething like 500 wallaby were shot, by order of the departmenrit, sonic few mlonlths blnek, the island is still teeming with tlhese aoinials, nuil evenl the onllls are rapidly inrreasing in number.
Public Holidays. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 22 January 1914
Public Holidays. The following is text, with signatures attached, of document. expressing opinion in favor of observing public holidays at the business places on Mondays, as observed at banks and Iublic olfices: " We, the undersigned townspeople, are of opinion that it is to the interests of all husines. people in Castertol to observe such public holidays as are observed in this town on the 'Monday following the date on which the holiday falls, in accordance with the custom of the banks and public ofices, as laid down in the Sar. good Act, and we propose to in stitute the eystem by closing our busliness premises on ,Monday, JFanuary 2t, 1911." (Signed) J. G. North, Young lIros.. E. Jeffreys, F. irammer, ,. Critchlow. G. W. Milward, F. Jordan, II. S. Hayes, J. A. Jones, II. N. lleasy, If. S. MIeBean. .T. E. O'Neill and Co., P. Learmonth and Co., J. W. iMurrell, A. O. Dorkefeld. J,. Illingworth, "W. J. Fell. Harold Rletchford. J. C. Stewart, It. C. Miller, Jonr., W. II. MciBen, Stewnr...
"To Join the Navy." [?]legal Use of Horse. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 22 January 1914
loIR th1e' Navy." legaI Use of Horse. *i1Casterton Court of Petty Son Tuesday laest,Superin. t Knox appeared for Pollo. in proceeding against Archibald Millard, laborer. , before Messrs E. F. ;Ughe aind J. W. Murrell, J's.P., ?.'the charge of having illegally p?n and used a horse, the pro Sof James McDonald, Cas L. Mr J. Eskine Watt ap aMZred for the defence. 'otamres "McDonald, Casterton, Swe evidence that the pony in tItion was his property, and *at'Allan McColl had had the :> of the animal for nearly two a:,? . -The pony, valued at £12 ionged to witness on December A-1 1913, and witness had not sold, .r.gliven permission to Millard to use her. .:Allan McColl, Wando Vale, :?ftid: that the pony outside the Ciart was James McDonald's 00-perty, and had been In wit. M~ia" ' possession for about two ;ars. He had ridden her on he'i- bar 26 to Sandford, and ..:her in the yard at the Sand. I .'Hotel. He had arrived there "?tIt a quarter to 7 o'clock in the Srlng, and last saw the pony ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 22 January 1914
F . .. 'o gh, Asthma mao Dugmebklm Cue (woethe (imelt aa· Dmgla Gab.:: ., " bottle) is Battle. Is, 1U, sad 8eer bottle. Cu tsrton. Stomach Worm Ex pelled. Amd Health (elnerally Improved After n Few Doses of Conm. stock's "Dead Shot" Worm Pellets. That Comstock's "Dead Shot" Worm Pellets are a safe and reliable remedy forthe eradicaticn I of Worms is vouched for by Mrs J. O'Leary, of 111 Peel street, Bal larat East, Victoria, whose little daughter was afflicted for some time. After a few doses, a Stom ach Worm several inches long was expelled. Since then the child who previously was always ailing has gained considerably in weighf and is enjoying much better health. "A little daughterof mine, Julia, writes Mrs ." O'Leary, "wassuffor ing from Stomach Worms, and I decided to try Comatock's 'Dead Shot' Worm Pellets. My daughter had been ailing for some time, and was thin. After taking a few dosesof the Pellets and DrMorso's Indian Root Pills, a worm several inches long was ex;,elled from...