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HER SUN SPOTS [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 29 January 1914

HER SUN SPOTS "A lady of fashion much desired to be present at a lecture on 'Sun Spota' which a great astronomer was an nQunced to give," says the "Westminm ster." Belng unable to attend. abe wrote apologising for her absence, add Ing,. ' am so sorry. I was extremely anxious to hear what you had to say. because I've been a martyr to freckles all my life.'"

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 29 January 1914

PHE NIX ASSURANCE CO. LTD ESTD. 1762. FIRE. ACCIDENT. EMPLOYERS' LIAIIUTY. LOSSES PAID EXCEED £?85,.a m. eroan be gas Fle In he Luaesw ea metrs adm y theets ampl . AGENTS WANTED. !V'ICT 401 o 471 OlI1KE ST., DALUITT a OS LTD.. IUIETS. "TIlE GRAVE OF THE SOUL" According to the Cairo correspondent of the 'Manchester Guardian." Cairo seems to be in a bad way: Burglaries. robberies with violence, and thefts are the order of the day. Side by side with the mlitary regime there Is a laxity of morale which is allowed to go on quite .' unchecked. The number of cafes In Cairo is remarkable, and fresh ones are being constantly opened. In some streets leading off the principal street there are nothing but cafes. At some :of the music-halle and theatres pieces of the groassest immorality are given. "C(airo Is the grave of tile soul." said lenhop Blyth, and the opinion of the correspondent Is that he was not far wrong. Prestie-ast.. east at. Kilda. September L 181 Mr N rl.--L a mother or eleven e...

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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QUEEN MOTHER INTEREST IN REFUGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 29 January 1914

QUEEN MOTHER INTEREST' IN REFU1Go . Queen Alexandra receIved a . war welcome from thousands of people on her arrival at King's Cross on Satur day afternoon to open formally the Hostel for Women erected as a me morlal to Mary Lady Curzon, late wife of Earl Curzon (says "Lloyd's Weekly" of November 30). Her Majesty was accompanied bY - Princess Victoria, the Hen. Charlotte Knollys, and Colonel Streatfelld. Miss Sergouneaton, an aged Cumberland lady, who Is an inmate of the hostel, handed to her Majesty a very fine bouquet of lilies of tihe valley and mauve orchids. The Royal party were conducted to a platform erected In the hostel kitchen. 'lThe Duchess of Marlborough, who presided. said that she hoped this hostel was only the first of a long line of In stitutlot? calculated to mark a deeper sense of society's obligation to women, as well as an appropriate memorial to on0 who set a beautiful example to her sisters. Earl Curzon said that It was now sevenyearo since Lady Curzon paesed a...

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CLAREMONT BROTHERHOOD EXPERIENCES IN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 29 January 1914

CLAREMONT BROTHERHOOD EXPE-IENCES IN AUSTIRALIA. Speaklng at the Claremnont Brothor hood on Sunday afternoon on tile social life of Anstralia (says the "InlIngton Gazette" of Decembar 10). the noev. Victor Bell sald that the conditlons were very similar to those prevailing In England. ie brlleved that the ave rage drink bill weas greater over here. but there were more drunkards Itt Anus tralia In proportion. Another failing that was very appar ent In New South tWales was tie gain hllng habit, and these two were tihe moset dlllicult and hateful obstnacles in the way of its reformers. Itt Sydney every man and boy seemed to be try Ing to get sixpence without wnorkling far It. Gambling was degrading and brutal Islng numbers of its Inhabitants, and he consaldered that, on the whole, this vice had a far more degenerate effect on n man thian drink. The aborigine of Australia had been quick to copy the white man In his vleo. Tile speaker saiold that in his own township, where 230 acres had ...

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
St. Patrick's Picnic Race Meeting CASTERTON, In aid of the Casterton Convent, TO BE HELD On the Casterton Racecourse, ON Wednesday, March 18, 1914 (First Race to start at 1 o'clock). [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 29 January 1914

St. Patrick's Picnic Race Meetlg CASTERTON, In aid of the OastertOn Convent, TO BE IIELD On the Casterton Aace.cohrse, ON WVednesday, March 18, .1914 (First Race to start at 1 o'clock). President, Rev. Fr. Loworom. Vice. Presidonts, Messrs K. M. Matheson and J. Olancy. Stewatds, Messre. J. OGancy. .1. Little. K. M. Matheson, N. A. Peebles, W. Stock, and P. Q. Pinnell. lion. Judge, Mr M. O'Donnell. Hon. Starter, Mr J. Little. lion. Handicappers, Messrs J. Olancy and K. M. Matheson. Hon.Clerk of Scales, Mr J. Olancy. Hon. Clerk of Course. Mr A. H. Bileton. Hon. Surgeons, lDre G. H. Skinner. F. A. Deravin, and "W. A. Morton. Hon. Veterinary Surgeon, Mr Norman MacDonald. Hon. Timekeeper. Mr Joe. Henderson. Scratching Board, Mr W. Scanlan. Saddle Cloth 8tewards Mr John Gunther. Bookmakers' Super viiore, Messrs F. W. Abbott and P. Soanlan. Pony Measurer, Mr W. Stock.

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Millicent Racing Club. Annual Meeting. Wednesday, February 25. £271 IN STAKES £271 PROGRAMME: [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 29 January 1914

Millicent Racing Club. I Annual Meeting. . Wednesday, February 25J £271 IN STAKES £271 PRtOGRAMME : (Subject to consent of S.A.J.C.) 1-IIANDICAP HURDLE RACE, of 654, sovs. (including a special dons. oa eof £10 1e from Mr F. Knowles. tillicent Hotel); second horse 10 sove., third horse 5 sove. out of stake. Nomination 20e, acceptance 20s, About 2 miles and one fuwlong. 2-TRIAL STAKES, of 25 sove.; second horse 5 sove. out of stake. For all horses that have not won a sum being a stake or part of a stake valued 15 sovs. or over. Weight for ago. Nomination 20s. About six furlongs. 3-MILLIOENT CUP, a handicap of 8511 sovs. (including a special dona tion of £10 10s from Mr A. Rook, Somerset Hotel); second horse 10 onve., and third horse 5 sovs. out of stake. Nomination 25e, aceptance 25s. About 1 mnile and thres fur longs. 4-HANDICAP TROT, of 15 sova., eec end horse 3 sove., and third hore 2 sove. out of the stake. All horses to be registered with S.A.J.C. (fee 2I 6d), and to carry 10st. ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 29 January 1914

WATSON'S N N I 0 SUPREMEAMONG ..SCOTCH WHISKIES .AGE-.AND QUAUITY GUARANTEED. JAMES WAtSON i C Lrt DIOVDEE. A2cfAffk&*' .YW am d uA"it -; T O INV NTO X PATENT S Obtained in Commonwealth and Nimo where for Improved method, of LppiL ances. Tnols. eta., of any dsoerlptloa FPll Information. Coats, etc., seat as a1p>U*Atoa to A. O. SAOHSE, O.E. AuST&UI N WIDow/' FUND BUIhDINGB. Corner Collins and William St., MELSOURNE. An onl man who bad made a great deal of money. but atwho wasn't ry partnleiular about hls bablia or conduct lPved In Chicago. Ila cusatoln was to no dana to about once a month on a rpreo cad thn coma back and bent haim ll)t and hrnch up the urnituae. Iln anool nlfe who bad nstood him for many yaetn. auo blind. Ftnally he dled. and his lttldrnn ave bhim a fine funeral Thaey had plenty of money now that the old man was dead. ad an they spread themcelvas. At the church there wamn no eaborate ceremony. The tlnd Ifn wans dioolvetd In woe. She cried and eried...

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
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The Great Montamor Case. CHAPTER III. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 29 January 1914

Thefireat Montamor Case. By AICOE' M. _DIEHL, Authoress' of 'The Knave of Heart," CHAPTER III. England-in all the. glorionisgreaery of, sunny My. TheGrage as the late General Rnlldare'- old-fasitoned country house in a home. county mas which climbed over the wide lattice, of the. lower storey of tho'south frontage, to, festoon themselves about thi-.white curtained dormer windows of the low ceiled bed-chambers. -.. An atmosphere- of peace lingered about the square lawns and stralght gravelled: walks with their pergola of lthik.foliaged creepers, beyond which was an old, low wall,.where.a?lmacok perched and spread his tail ina the sun shino;, a-peaihen meekly ambling on-the raas at his feet. But within the house, aenth old-world boudoir, the room ano red to 'its mistress, the late General's only dhughter, there was no sign of the restfulnes'iwithout. A beautiful woman-dark, stately wea pacing the floor, watch in hband. with wide shoulders, yet a slender -waist, her graceful neck here ...

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
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"Didn't Think It Was Loaded." [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 29 January 1914

"'Didn't Think It Was Loaded." -4-- "Hands up, Kiddy, I'll shoot '. ; a shot fired; and a bullet lodged in the shoulder of a housemaid at a Sydney boarding-house named Lilian Haddrell, werelpoints in the evidence given in the case of Cyril Edward Tyers, who was charged at the Glebe Police Court (Sydney), on Friday, with having shot at the girl with intent to do hergrievous bodily harm. It was another case of the "Didn't think it was loaded" type, that causes serious injury in many, and fatal injury in not a few instances, when people are foolish enough to point a gun, playfully, at some one else. Tyers was in his room ; the girl knocked at the door, was told to enter, and found herself con fronted by the occupant with a gun pointed at her, with sequence of incidents following as stated above. The case was dismissed, as it was clearly shown that Tyers bore no ill will to the girl, who was a general favorite, the Police Magistrate finding no evi dence to support the charge of "in tent...

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Train Arrangements. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 29 January 1914

Train Arrangements. Train leaves uasterat 8,35 aOm.; Sand (ordl 8.49, Henty 9.1, Merino .40, Gue dalei 10.12, Miaklte 10.2 53, iazholmo 11.15; arrives Hamilton 11.50. Monday. Wedn lday,-Thurday, and 8aturday. Train leaves Hamilton 5 p.m., Brans.. nolm. 6, Miakite 5.13,. Oruadai. 630, Merino 6.51, Hint 1, 7.102 Bindlbid 7.1 arrivs Pastartoa7.5 Tuesday and Friday. Leavek HIamUilton 8.5;'rnzbhotme.7.1t, UiukIle 7.,; Grasdale .40, Marino 8.10, Hentyr 8. BSandford8a45, arrives iuter. Thureda Lea Wat.17 a.Sm,, en. Ish fasttl 11 UeS, L ... 4 ...... Lea.*:tr -,; ..1a e ia 184, hID < ý.

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Glenelg and Wannon Cricket Association. FIXTURES, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 29 January 1914

Glenelg and Wannou Cricket Association. FIXTURES, R 1914. Feb 7.-Castcrton v Coleraine Merino v Digby Feb 21.-Coleraine v Digby M-.erino v Casterton Feb 28.-Digby v Casterton Merino v Coleraine Mar. 7.-Coleraine v Caeterton Digby v Merino Matches to be played on ground of frrst. " named CJub. Police Malgistrates Flxtures. Branxholmne-Monday, 11.30 a.m., on January 12, February 16, March 16. Balmoranl-Tuesday, noon, on February 24. Caeterton-Monday, 11 a.m., on Feb ruary 2, March 2 and 30. Coleraine-Friday, l1 a.m., on Jauu. ary 23, February 6, March 6. Edenhope-Wedugeday, 2 p.m., Febru ary 25. 2H-arrow-Thursday, 2 p.m., February 20. Merino-Friday,11 a.m., on January 30, February 27, March 27.

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Singular Coincidence [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 29 January 1914

Singular Coincidence Edmonton, capital of the pro vince of Alberta, "in Canada, though a city of 75,000 inhabi tants, being but one of many big townsin the American Dominions, situated in the far nortli-west, is practically unknown in Australia. Most of us had never even heard the name mentioned till our re cent visitor (Mr J. A; Coulson) came along the other day from that far-away locality. It is a rather singular coincidence that within a few days after Mr Coul eon's visit, the name of Edmonton ehould crop up again. This was in a cable message from London, that appeared in the metropolitan papers on Friday. This reports the safe return of a patrol party of the north-western police, re ported to have perished in course of an expedition into the frozen country.still farther north. The party had been sent out from Ed-' monton to arrest the alleged ab ductor of a girl who had been taken away from her friends. The discovery by Indiais' of horses and rifles had led' to the report of the...

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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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 — 29 January 1914

Portland Racing Club. THE Summer Meeting Of the above will be bhld on Thursday, February 12, 1914 Progrlnlmme: NELSON HANDICAP, of 12 sove, J second borne to receive 2 eovs. out of . stake. For horses that have never V received more than 10 sove. in any D one flat race. About six fualongs. Nomination, 5s. C PORTLAND HANDICAP, of 25 sovs., second horse to receive 5 sove. out of stake. About one mile. Nomination, 7. 6d ; acceptance, 5s nt ecale. PIONEER HANDICAP HURDLE RACE, of 25 nov., second horse to receive 5 eovs.'oat of etake. About two miles. Nomination, 7s 6d; ac ceptance, 5s at scale. HlENTY HANDICAP, of 12 eove., second horse to receive 2 Move. out of stake. Amateurriders approvedby Stewards. Minimum weight, 10st. 71b. The I rider of the winner will be presented with a trophy value .5, the gift of C. 0. McCulloch, Esq. About seven furlongs. Nomination. 7e Od; aC- I ceptance, 2s 6d at scale. HANDICAP PONY RACE, of 12 sove., second pony to receivo 2 cove. out of stake. Four fur...

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Casterton Post Office. Mail Arrangements. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 29 January 1914

Casterton Post Office. Mail Arrangemeuts. p Halls are cloned and are duo at the Casterton Post Ofeo as and e: Noo:.-m means morning; a aftrnooun. pAhey--clo nb 8 m Tuee ?nd Fri, duo o a Wed and e.t Private bg : Eldersrlio. Ararat-clone avery morninlg at 8 and o.l. a Tlhurs; duoe 7-.16 a Mou Wed and Haot, 9 n Tiles and Fri, 1 p.n and 7.45 Thurs. Ardno--lo.e daily B no (Dion a?o.0te), T dre 7.b0 ':Mon Turn Wed and Fri, 1.110 a oThur, Oa Sun. Ballarat-clon every Ioruing at 8 and 9O40a Tlura; duo 7.41 a Mlon Wed ani Sat, 9 a Ture and Fri, 1 pn.m and 7.45 a Tuhe. Ilohgllioh--loeo 11 to Tuno, due 10.30 m N Tun.. orsnx. n cle er mornig at and 2.40 a Thurs; due 7.45 a Malon Wed and Sat, 9 I Tuoe and Fri, 1 p.,n nd 7.15l a Thurs. lrimboanl-.clw9 a TusIo Thour and Sat dueo 6.41t Tue. 8.I5 a Thurn and RSat. PFri. vnate bag: Wondo View. P Cnraon?n--clouu every morning at R; due 7.45 nm daily. Private bago: Boll.. Vista, Tih Gumn, Springfield T. Carroll, Glengaory and lurray' Mlion Werd and Fri....

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A LURKING DANGER. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 2 February 1914

, A LURKING DANGER. There is, a lurking danger is the aching I,:ek. The aches and pains or the hack tell of kidneys overworked. Go to the kidneys assistance wher baokacho pains warn you, A kidnej warning should be promptly hoeded Ifo dropsy, gravel, and urinary troubles are only a step away. Read how the danger can be averted: Mrs. M. "Hurley, Addison Street, Castorton, says :--"Some years ago I procured Don's Ilcackacho Kidney Pill at :Miller's Pharmacy, and used them for an bad back. It was mainly a nasty wcaklnesms about the small of my back which worried me. This weakness made me feol languid, and I was much in neld of solmething to tone oip my sys eatm. A course of Doan's lBackaclhe Kidney Pills snuited me very well in. deed. 'This mrnditbine is beyonl douhtl excellenat for all back troutbles. It took the sureness out of my back, strengthened it, and rid me of the langocr. I feel.ever so much better after having used this medicine." If youe are sick or feel badly, begin taking ...

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Market Reports. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 2 February 1914

Market Reports. The Geelong Hide, Skin, and Talluow Brokers Association report Wednesday, January 28, 1914 : Sheepskins.-Pelts sold at a slight improvement all round, more especially faor crossbreds, but lambskins and full wools show no change. Green Skins ifull wool) : Merino and Comeback to 108d, Coarse Crossbreds to 90d. Spring Lambskins (small) to 36d, Pelts to 42d. Dry Skins : Merino and Comeback to Hl ; Crossbreds, to 7)d; Spring Lamb skins, to 7?d; Pelts (bare), to 41d; merino to d:; crossbreds to 6d ; in ferior and dead to O3d. Hides: ?farket slight improvement. Butchers' Green Hides, good, heavy and stout, to 7.d: do. light and medium, to 74d ; salted hides, good heavy and stout, to 8)d ; do. do. heavy, no substance, to 7~d; do. do. light and medium, to 71d ; kip to 74d. MIessrs Dalgety & Co., Ltd. report, January 28, 1914: Rabbits (headless) stale winter 84 to d ; 1-grown 6Od to 71d; does and ) grown 5d to 6)d; kittens 34d'to 4ct; mixed 56dto OGd. Hare Skins : 1/ t...

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
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[?]tical Situation. [?] Speech. Double Dissolutioe Foreshadowed. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 2 February 1914

n lYboumre, on Wednesday - :Prime;. Minister de tll-ng addiress on the sautuation. Cook said he was particu ,lslidS totfind so many mem M.ofthe Institute had pledged ?t?vet h to work? hard at the il nin Meneoral election. (Ap Sua When he heard that "wogk"a hbe always pricked icif g. 'There were many that he fought shy of, but wb n a man pledged himself to litfor a cause in which he be biid, when he pledged himself ospreserve the liberties and im :Jr the conditions of those eas..who were toiling and in the country, then bhe it was a very good pledge .--ler Liberals had sat far too kIrt. under the taunt that they wer~ reactionary. They were not t a,,?sinst the workers of the outry, conducting some sinster against them. Noth 4w7-Er?ther from the truth. .e wo retgers owed 'everything . y toyed to the Liberals of past-(cheers)--and they ould yet find that under the flag I"Jhq'li lism there was a place p_,ever? working man who be .lieesd In fairmindedness and ,3 iie l-nstice. He was glad ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 2 February 1914

rf p r_,.i: - w ýM.VIftLIa ?,: t:.i) '.10/11 £ i b 1M0 mI >m Dý C- 'r~:- 'I ?r~ udcttI.)R~ im· (otthe~ 13.ii US, US i.::,,L.....C »i ý ria~ . .ý"W STIPATION. Constipation is the root of the majority of complaints. The only true remedy for HabituaC3onstpation anal the many ills dependent on a...vea and inactive condition of the Kidneys; Lived atid Bowelq isqi alifornia Syrupero (4 It is pleasant to the taste and piromptjenstl "ind thorough in action. Doctors. everywhere -ecominend it because it strengthens the organs, whilst at'the same time thoroughly but gently: cleansing the system. SodI th-o.' hoU t AuttrnlL In ttwoh iw% '.113 ! a . t't . CALIFORNIA FIG 5?YRUP ()...PANY. t Slow ,. Hill. LONDO... 7' B5? Stmab tl. SYDN5Y1_, I. ARE SO PLEABANT TO TAKE. "I was inclined to be constipated Ld was always compelled to take a azetive." writes Mr Hugh McNaughton, Lubeck, Victoria. "'Chsmberlsin's Tab sts were recommended to me end a few loses relieved me of this troublesome :omplaint. I ...

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State School Improvements. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 2 February 1914

State School Improve ments. Very good progress is being made by the contractor, Mtr W. J. Peden, with improvement of the 'Casterton State School premises. A. considerable por. tion of the work of levelling the grounds has been completed. A fear that the material used for covering the sand (which has been utilised to fill up de. pressions) will be inordinately boot-sd. hesire in wet weather appears to lack justification. In the opinion of practical men, familiar with, district conditions, the marl used Tor surfacing, which con. toins a proportion of clay. though it may be a trifle sticky after the first wetting, will set into a good firm surface when the sand beneath works up to mix with it, as provided for by the otficers responsible for the specifications. It has been found that adherence to the original plan would mean destruction of part of the girls' garden lying along the fence that divides, at the back,' the boys and girls' playgrounds, along which a gravelled path is provided...

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Merino. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 2 February 1914

Me: 1no. liMatpr L; McrCorrick, who wan ieehntly bpbrhttd oh for ayspendicitns t Geelong, is steadlily iniproving. The very serious illiiess is reported of Mtt Walter Henzlewood, who is nt .sresent under treatment at the Com tnecieal Hotel. Als isual in the beginin g of the yenr, ver" little attention home been given to rifle siooinsg latchl, blit interest will lirlens up shortly whenh the association matches commence. In these, it is sat. isfactory to note, there will be no hanli. caps this year, and the winners of the medals may consequently wearn them with pride. Digby i, decidedly the favorite, and there is not much to choose hetween the other four clubs, vi, v Sand ford, Coleraine, Branxholme, and Merino. A match Ihas been arranged foSRSattrday., February 14th, between TMerino and Portland, to be fired at -the seaside. teams 10 aside. It is hoped and thouglht likely that Digby will also compete and thus make it in the nature of a return triangular match, these three teams havin...

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