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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 26 January 1914
cross 1 ......... fl ' u c)uch aswe are. o er-in Heri are a few of the striking values that are bringing the crowd into our Stirot Our Six-Uiuinea New Western Star Cycles, Co n;,iot, Itoady for the Road. The Material for tion o Cycles Is carefully selected by experienced hMec! alics, and U?razing ia Ouarantead Five Yearn. Wa Defy Compestition in Prices in this particular line. hnspaeotion of the?e Cycles moans to purchase at once, Rover, er Motor Cycles iWstern Rover L Star, Are supplied byI~u for Cash or Terms. Motor and Cycle Sundries sold jt Prier. Not U'eurd or I?tewheo-r; AT MALEE BROS.' MOTOR and Cycle Depot, Henty-st., No Premise.. adjollg . > H. &: G. Harris. SHEEP 500 Sheep Cured of "White Eye" for 5s. RETCHFORD'S BLIGHT SPECIFIC. ae foct By soot. OCrE'vYND, 20/12/13. Dear SAr,-A well known Sheep Man told tne you have a very good preparation for" White Eyo " in sheep, and I want you to nend me some of It by Monday morning's coach. Yours etc., BLIGHT. The Snoelflo...
Sunday School Picnic. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 26 January 1914
Sundlay pc hool Picnic. Among those who helped to entertain the young people at the Christ Church Sunday School picnic on Wednesday last were: -Mrs Richardson, Misses Hill, Tytherleigh, Livock, Glancy, M. and Helen James, R. and V. Robinson, C., Ethel and Edith McLean, Mott, I. Macpherson, and Wakeham; Messrs T. R. Tytherleigh, R. Bolton, R. Cox, A. H. Miller, R. Membrey, F. Reed, H. E. James, C. Chapman, and G. Beauglehole. Following are results oft the sports events: First Class Girls-Millie Spur roll 1, 13. Bates 2, E. Clayton 3. Second Class Girls-Katie Jef freys i, V. Cox 2, R. Ball 3. Third Class Girls-Agnes Cook 1, Jean Spurrell 2, L. Picken 3. Fourth Class Girls-V. Clayton 1, E. Ilicharrlson 2, N. Durbidge First Class Boys-J. Hurley 1, L. Jeffreys 2, G. Grandy 3. Second Class Boys-J. Blair 1, A. Hill 2, P. Grundy 3. Third Class Boys-C. Hill 1, E. Membrey 2. M. Picken 3. Fourth Class Boys-W. Mem brey 1, A. Boggs 2, C. Cox 3. Girls' Friendly Society Race Miss Belle Peachey. Te...
Market Reports. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 26 January 1914
Market Reports. The Geelong Hide, Skin. and Tallowr Brokers Association report Wednesday, January 21, 191. : Sheepskins.--Pelts sold at a .slight niprovement all round, more especiially for crossbreds. bult lItim kinks and lfull wools show no change. Green Skins (full wool)': alleriiiand i Comeback to 108d, Coarse Croqobredls :o 96d. Spring Lnambskins (small) o 36d, Pelts to 42d. Dry Skins : Merino and Conhlaek to .id: Crossbreds, to 7:Ld: Spring Lam.h skins, to 71d: Pelts (bare). to .1di1: merino to 4it ; crossbreds to aid: in. erior and dead to 2ld. Hides: Market dull, no implrovement. Butchers' Green .h ides, gool. heavy tnd stout, to 7)d2; do. :light anl nedium, to 7)d ; salted: hiles, ooid heavy and stout, to Sld ;;do. do. heavy, no substance,-to 7!tdi do.l do. light and medium,. to 7? d; kip In -7 1. Messrs Dalgety & 0 Co., L:td. report. ianuary 21, 1914:-t Rabbits (headless) stale wintier 8(l to Rd; ..grown 6d to 7)d; does and ' grown -.d to 5.d; kitrens 3. to .hI: ti...
Coleraine v Merino. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 26 January 1914
Cuoleraine y lerino. This match; played at Coloraine on Saturday. was a reflex of the Casterton Digby match on that day, as the winners 'scored a 'victory .with a number of wic kets to the good. Scores were: MERItNO. MJEwen, c Douglas, b Ferrier O Elliott. c Wheeler, b Ferrier MacLeod, b Ingamolls .. f Ranson. e Douglas, b Ferrier , ..10 M~Alpine, a Wheeler, b-Burchett... :10 Dr Morton, b Douglas.... ... I Enscoo, b Burchett .t... " . Ward, o Wheeler, h Ferrier . :: Temploton, run out 1 King, b Ferrier .0 Sundries Total ;r3 13owlingi-Donglaso lfor 10i; errinr. Sto 2; Ingamoells, 1 for:li:lBurehrtt, 2 for (i SCOLERAINE Wheeler not oit' . i23 Burchett, b Elliott . Davenriport, bh Elliatt 0... James, rlun ouit- . .. ,25 Summerland, a .Ward,; Ensco ... Sundries .. 8 T4tal for 4 eiokets-'o I(5 orling.-,aoteod;Ofor 23; Illioit, 2 for 20; Enscoe 1.for 1i t
Casterton Court of Petty Sessions. Roster of Justices for 1914. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 26 January 1914
Cn+terton Court: of Petty 8essions. Roster of Tunticeso for 1914. January 29-Messrs Holmes, Miller, Hughes and Carmichnol. ,phrunary 5-Messas Hughesand Smith. February 12--Mosers Holmes and Merrill.. Ei2ehruary 19-Mesers Ross and Somer ville. February 26-Mesars Davis, Holmes and Velteh. l Marchl 5-Messrs Hughes, Murrell and l~ittle, March 12-Moesrs Smith., Holmes and Ourimichuol. Marlch 1--Mesers Ross and Voltch. March 2; --Messrs Davis and Somer Ville i April 2-Mossrs Hughes and Davis. • April 9.-Messrs Smith, Ross and Little. April Is-Messrs Somerville, Murroll and Jackson. April 23--Mesars Veitch, HIolmes and Miller. May 7-Meosrs Smith and Murrell. May 14-Mesers lughes and Somer nay 21-Mesers Veitch, Ross and OCrmichael. May 28-Messrs Holmes and Davis. June 4-Messrs Smith and Davis. June ll--Messrs Hughes and Somer. ville. Juno 18--Messrs Holmes and oses. Juno25-Messrs Murrell and Veitch. July 2--Mesrs Smith, Hughes and Jackson. July i--Messrs Rose. Davis and Little. .July 16--Mo...
A Home-Made Hair Grower THAT DOES MARVELS. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 26 January 1914
A Home-.lade Hair ( rower TIAT DOES MARVELS. During the last few years nnnounce nlents hlave appeared occasion telling how to make n really good helair tonic that would actually.make the hnair grow, and it gisven vs greet ilensure to learn that so many who have tried It have obtained such remarkable results, One lady writes that imediately after reading the formula, she went to her chemist and had her put up as directed, 1 ounce of Lovovn do Componee, 4drom Menthol Crystals, and 3 otinces oy Rum. She took this home and, although her hair had been falling out terribly and she wasee threatened with baldness, she was aston ished and delighted to notothattie falling out of the hair stopped immediately, and the hair itself began to grow in can amazning manner. In fact, ihe states it hes already grown nearly 8 incites in a little over two months. Moreover, her hair is now brighter, glossier and moreluxuraint than ever and isn till grow ing. She rubbed the tonic into the roots twice a day ...
Cricket. Interstate Match. Victorian v New South Wales. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 26 January 1914
Criclket. nliterstlito Matcch. Victorin v New Soutlth Walee. :The retulirn ShoIlolld Shield riatchl of the season was commenced on a Iell nigh perfect ?icket at Sydney on Friday, when the home teamn made n good start, putting on 430 runs. for the loss of three wickets, olnerartney with 184 to his credit being not out. -lRelleway 138, C'ollins 08 and Bardsley 28 were the three haitsmeo whose wicklets were token luring tho htay. M.,EL1BOURNE, This Day. The homno team's innings closed for 6175. lraoertney .made 201, Mailey 66. and Barbour was notrotit for 65. SVictorin has lost 3 wickets for 41, onrok being not out with t10.
Amateur Championships. MELBOURNE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 26 January 1914
Amateur Champion [BY WIRE.] MELBOURNE, Saturday. Following are results. of the meeting held to-day nt the Melbourne:Amatear Sports Grondi- .: Onac Mile :Walk. -"A. Pickard (N.S.1.),.1; 1 ? Mutirray (V.),- 2; L. Cox (V.). 1. Son by 12 yards. Time '0.51,. 100 Xarrds Foot iance (Final).-G. Parker (Amerien), 1; JT. Burton (V.), 2; T. Brodlly I(N.S.W.), 3. Won by a1 yard. Time 10 1.5th sees. 8 0o Ynrds Foot R]aee.--T. Watson (V.) 1: .11. Thorpe (N.S.W:.); 2: .D. Turnbull (V.), 3. Won by 10 yardsa. Time' 111) Three Miles Foot lRace.-J. Belton (N.Z.). 1 ; W. O'?Neill (V.), 2; W. Ham. ilton (Q.), :1. Time 15.0 1.-th. •Iighl .Jlump.-L. Kelly (V.), lft lin.
District Association. Casterton v Digby. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 26 January 1914
District Association. Casterton v Digby. Tenams representing these clubs made an interesting game of the match played at Casterton on Siaturday, which resulted in a meritori.lts win for the home team by five wickets and tw6 runs. Scores at stumps were:--Digb 85, Ciasteroti 5.for 87. For the winners, Dr Deravin came out on top wilth hoth ant and ball, scor ing 26 and tanling ,5 wickets for 26. LEwen 17, Tibbles 1l and Piunell 12 were the other doublelligure batsmen for. the side. A. lurgess for D)igby batted vig; orously for 23, 1Mabbitt 12 sad E. M'Lcan 10 not out being other principal Contributors to the visitors' total. heores DIGBY. A. Burgess, 1h Deravins ... 28 J. Philip, b James .2 W. Shaw, b James ... . V. Clarke, b Deravin.... . 9 0. Rigby. b Deravin ... . 2 B. llabbitt, I Deravin 12 T. Mahhitt. I James 0t P. Ifarvey, h Deravin.?. ' W. Hide, run out .1 F. Mabbitt, atd Tibhles. h 1fiti~fl ? tIlhews E. "'Loan, not out .. ',10 Sundries . S Total . '.. .. yS Bowling.-Dr Derarin,...
Coits' Match. Victoria v South Wales. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 26 January 1914
(oltA' i I llMtch Victorla lv Ne? South i hales Theo return: match of the ?rsnson,was commenced at tlhe M,..O. ground on Fri. day when the'visitors inade 457 runa for the loss of' seven wickets. N. Callaway scoring 13 1and: W. L. Tremnery 105 fnot out),.: (taeliffe 60, Bluckloe 3 and Toby, 52. [BY WTVITE.3 " MEL11OUIRN. Saturday. Trennery incrcased his overnight score to 130 and. the visitors' innings was brought to a close with the total at 514. At stumps, the Victorians had lost 6 wickets for 208, of which Willis mado 93. and Fitoamtriok 80 not nult.
SPORTING. Geelong Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 26 January 1914
SPORTING. Geelong Races. The 6'p Meeting of the Geelong Rnc ing club opened on Friday. First dny's Sresults were: Trial IIandicHp.-Motric,7.11 1; lion. I chall Machrede 8.n 2; Rose Nor (lnte Stira) 9.0 3. 10 starters. 10 to 1 lte winner. Won by half a length. Time, a 1.8. First .Tuinpers' Flat Rnce.-Coronatus, i 8.8 1 The Majestic Nut, 105 2; White *Water, 8.) 3. 11 starters. 0 to I the winner. Won by 1. .lengths. Time 2.27. I es Year Stakles.-Kilapinldi.e 8.8 1 Hredrnist, 7.7 21 ludans; 7,11A;. No Inther starters. 7 to't ontltil winner. Won by a head. Time, 1.4; Geelong ]Handicap.-Black Pants 7.1 ;i Ilobindie, - 7.3 2'; Soebtra,? .7: 3.-'. 110 starters. 4 to 1 thI 'winner.f Yo by', 3 lengths. Tinel. Connewarra Plato.-Georgette, 9.5 1; Charlatan, 0.7 2; Proiotis, 8.11 8.': starters. 8 to 1 the winner.; ýWon by 11 lengths. Time, 1.16O&., :'. , Connowarre Purse.-Actirve Lad 8.1 1 ; Eltham, 8.1 2' Dionied, 9.0 3. 16 starters. 11 to 1 the winner. - Wen by : of a length. Time, 1....
Expeditious Tree-Grubbing. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 26 January 1914
Expeditious Tree-Grubbing. The effectiveness of Ilackarock when used as a substitute for the ordinary methods of grubbing out trees, was demonstrated in the presence of a num. her of people at Mr F. P. Thompson's farm, Balhgallah Road, on Thursday morning. Holes were bored about'4 feet deep in the soil beneath a big red gum tranp. and thes charged with the ex. plosive. When the charges were fired, the stump nd toots, willth about six feet otap root, were hurled out and strewn in fragments over the ground for about t.o elhsins from the big hole left; Mr Thompson subsequently used the Racks. rock similarly under a lig green tree that hai to be remored, and in this ease also, the work was as thoroughly done as if the tree had been carefully and Idboriously grubbed out by hand. The explosive is discharged by use of a dynamite cap attached to a galvanic battmey by csble, so that the operator, standing at a safe distance, can explode all the ehlegee simultaneoasly, or by ordinary fuse and...
Example Above Precept. The White Man's Responsibility. Pe[?]il is South African Rebellion [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 26 January 1914
pie Above Pre ;White Man's Responal ibility. AM I.,-.-'_+ M a th A frican B eb elll ion S`"t la well for Australia, well for ,1---- hite peoples of the world, South Africa has in office w a Ministry that is also ;ipmwer, and that is composed tee wise enough to have no ` natlon in. exercise of their P?'Wer promptly and vigorously in Ra4ttinse of grave national peril. P?r ehad any weakness, any hesi tWtlon been shown by the South _ArLicani Government in dealing ? hthe men who sought to gain their ends in the Railwaymen's SBtrike, by organised defiance of Saoatitutional authority, the black $ad other colored races of the a?s'lid would have been so rudely batete In their belief in the p1tperisority of the white race, that -'-'9: domination of the colored men's countries, now held mainly byv Britons, but also by other white nations would have been giravely imperilled, and our wise vxpolley of a White Australia .:mould have been doomed to over 'iftirow in the not distant future. ?i?to ymp...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 26 January 1914
C. su &1ma, and Diomabt m `" hmt a &-DwmgUX Omvsm m bogU.) in U.Wu.. 21 3m, mad as a wbottles Omtmttoa. PILES. Piles rarely kill, bI,t they causo cu?. stant torture. This is especially true iin the etse of thlse who are ever so slightly constipated. Piles can be .qu.ily and persuantuttly cured, titth uLt pain, ti, rll tlIg, detenztit froUa buhsines. T'hits has beenL proved in ttoustlnds of o?.es in both sexes, alld oi allauge,, e'anl in thu v'ery worst at ull ans in orditory- c5eus. No one who hlas not sulfer'el the torments of itehijeg, puinful, and bleeling piles can appreciate for a molmlent the marvellous sense of relief that follows the use of Doun's Oitntlent. Go at once and get a pot su this Ointment; it will end your sufferings. Mrs. J. Ilyau, Garton Street, Hamt ilton, says:--"1 think it my duty to say for the benefit of those who suffer from Piles that 1 have found nothing so effectual for this ailment as Doan's Ointment. I was a groat sufferer for years fr...
Second Day. [BY WIRE.] Melbourne, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 26 January 1914
Second Day. [BY WIRE. _ LMelbourne, Saturday Results of the: second day' racing at Geelong to-day were: Welter H[audieap.-Soeotra 1, lt.hanm 0, Rosney 3.f to I tho winner. Second .Jumpers' Flat Race.-Coron. atus 1, White Water 2, Gertie Moore 3. 6 to 4 on the winner." Plato.--lDhldul. 1; Bard of Avon 2, Precious 3. 11 to 1 the winner. Goelong Cip.-Roseview 1, Black Fan 2, Dewberry 3. 0 to 1 the winner. Purse.-LLundocke' 1, M'alvaeous 2, Slherin 3. 2 to 1 the winner.. -Final 'Handicap.-Bubehee 1,' Culma 2, M·)otrio 3. 4 to 1 the winner.
Melbourne Wool Sales. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 26 January 1914
Melbourne Wool Sales. Younghusband, Ro annd Co., Pty. Ltd., held their opening wool snle of the cecond series on Mofnday, whein they hrought foward an exrelleiit cintalogie of H:880 bales, nnll scceeded in efeeling a antisfnctory elearance of 37415 blles. Incluoling private sales. Prices, as com pared with those ruling at tlh- iloe -,of sales last year. may he quoted as follows : -All super merinos, comebacks, ilnd erossbreds, also crossbred lambs, were very firm at late rates, but on the other hand, all other wools just below this standand were in keen request, and have advanced to tile extent of Id to id per lb., whilst all skirtings and oddments sold in sellers' favor. - Tncluded in the catalogue were about 1500 bales of locally treated aroured, which met with fair compeition, and sold fully ilp to closing rates of last elir. Sales in. cluded a clip from thle Western Dis trict (Colernine) branded Koonog. wootong/Creek (Mr Joseph), which macde a splendid average and sold up to ISI...
Mount Gambier. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 26 January 1914
M1ount Gambler. The weather is cool and pleasant, morelike autumn than summer. Theshing is in progress, several machines being out in the district. The farmers are help ing each other through the busy time on account of the labor difficulty. The price of grain is very disappointing to the farmers; barley at 2s 6d per bushel, oats at is 7d, and potatoes opened at £2 15s per ton. The potato crops promise heavy yields, and it is hoped that the price will rise as the seas.n advances. Stock prices are being well maintained. Fat cows are bring ing from £5 10s to £6 15s, fat heifers £4, steers (18 months old) £2, forward cows £4 15s, fat crossbred owes 15s ld, fat cross bred wethers 16s 4d, crossbred lambts ls,and crossbred owes in store condition 10s Gd. The steamer Eumeralla arrived at Port McDonnell last Thursday. and after two lday's loading left for Melbourne with about 1,600 hales of wool on board. The work was carried out by non union labor. The same steamer is expected next week to...
CLEANLINESS IS NEXT TO GODLINESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 26 January 1914
CLEANLINESS IS NEXT TO S GODLINESS.: A clean body induces a clean mind. A Clean body is attained 'by the use of water anp a good soap.. The only question is, "Whant Soap?" Rexona Is the beet oonp. Its nmanufacture Is the o mot modemn and the most scientific. It combines thle qtalities of th~ best germ-destroying powers with the most dainty odorand appearance. Rerona Skin and Fnoail Soap is the only medicated soap which is pleasing as a general toilet soap. A daily batl with water and Rexona Soap makes the user clean. . ie is not only free fronl dirt, but from disease germs. - - His clean and healthy skin ensures a healthy body. Cleanlines of mind. should follow. So use Rexona Soap in your daily hath. he clean and keep clean. Rexona Soap. King of all Soaps. 11. per Tablet.