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REFORM MOVEMENT RUSSIA'S POLITICAL NURSERY [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 5 February 1914
REFORM MOVEMENT RUSSIA'S POLITICAL NURSERY Russia will have enjoyed for a period of 50 years (on January 1, 1914) the ad vantage of local self-government" (says "The Times," for then the Zemstvos will have been In existence for 50 years. Whatever progress tile rural classes In Russia have made since 1864 must be attributed largely to its Influence, writes Sir D. Mackenzelo Wallace. In "The Times." Resides this, it served as an excellent preparatory school for the Duma, which was to realise some of Its ambitions and political aspirations. Rememberlng all this, we regard It as only right and fitting that patrilotic Utusieans should celebrate Joyfully its 50th birthday, and that the proposers of toasts at the coming banquets should heartily wish It long life. health, and prosperity In its future career of usefulness. HOPEl FOR TIIIC DUMA Sir Donald JMackenzio's account in "The Times." of December 16, deserves particular notice, as it will enable the English student of Russian affairs t...
Dean Parkyn. Intended Presentation. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 5 February 1914
Dean Parkyn. Intended Presentation. A circular letter from'the Chancellor of the Diocese of Ballarat (Mr T. A. Nevett) which was received by the Ves try of Christ Church, Casterton, at the monthly, meeting on Monday night last, expeessed regret at the resignation of Dean Parkyn, and added, "I think you will admit, that the Diocese cannot let the Deata go without making such a presontatiin,' that he, and all Victoria will know- that he goes with our full re cognition of whliat thB Diocese owes to him, and our bist wishes for the future well.being of himself and his family." The Vestry unanimously admitted the force of this proposition, and decided, in expressing approval of the movement, suggested that opportunity to contribute to the presentation fund be afforded the parishioners in this district. The Vicar undertook to mention the matter to the various congregations, and it was ar ranged that parishioners be invited to contribute, so that Casterton parish may be associated with oth...
Optical Defect. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 5 February 1914
Optoesi Deftat. Hae you ever stopped to conidcer the rlte ofldeotitve r on? It may moan thesuoem or falur of your and your ohildrem'wo in Ife..Mr Abgtomi.y, the Vgfl.kaowt ? peoDadllst,'invtteyou to omult him regarding y'our eyes. He will tedu tbirto e o?nditon, and if i1et rerd. U Ir Abtor* kt uy.1eeu. Ith.''nd 7th. airo o r u te 13d at s''ads lHotl Oolemrio will 8ad1.~loo.Tuesday aod W layoeueay1@ amd11 at Viotor. Ia Hotel, eed (toto ow Thuseday, Stesnry 10t IioehoIs Hotel, fall day.
Closer Settlement. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 5 February 1914
Closer Settlement. -Report on the working of the State Closer Settlement system in Victoria, from the Sub-Committee appointed by the first Watt Ministry (Messrs T. Livingstone, chairman, and J. Thomson. M's.L.A.) was laid on the table of- the Legislative Assembly by the Premier on Tuesday night, and was the subject of a statement by the Minister of Lands (Mr H. S. W. Lawson, M.L.A.) The Minis ter explained that the object of the Sub Committee had been to ascertain any weaklresses in the methods adopted in the acquisition and settlement of estates, and defects of administration. Its chief duty was not to perceive virtues, but to find faults, and there was in the report no reference to estates that had been successfully settled, and further that the inquiry had been limited to certain estates in dry areas. The report recommends that most careful consideration be given to clause 89, which was found to be cause of serious dissatisfaction, and also that a carefully compiled booklet, expl...
Waterside Workers' Trouble. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 5 February 1914
Waterside Workers' Trouble. Trouble is brewing in connection with the refusal of the shipowners to increase pay, and theowners are preparing for a crisis. The general feeling among the men isagainst a general strike, as, in any case, an award by the Arbitration Court will have to be obtained. [BY WIRE.] MELBOURNE, This Day. At "Stop-Work" meeting held yes terday, the Melbourne Wharf Laborers' Union decided not to work overtime ("Lazy Strike") on and after Monday next. A "Stop-Work" meeting is to be held in .Brisbane to-morrow to consider the position there.
LATEST NEWS. MELBOURNE, This Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 5 February 1914
LATEST NEWS. [BY WIBE. MELBOURNE, This Day. Forecast:--Cool with south-west to southerlfwipds, scattered thunderstorms in east, and few showers along coast. Produce Market :-Wheat, 3s ad (alongside); oats (feed), is Sid; chaff, 67s 6d; hay, 110s. The "Daily Chronicle" says the Government is willing to make large coticessioiis to neet .Ulsteti Protestants, hut there will no exclusion. William ,Murpsliv, leader of the em. ployers in the Dublin strike, says the Dublin tramway company's receipts show s shrinkage of £2,000 over the strike, hut the defeat of Larkin's syndiealistic movement was worth the sacrifice. President Wilson (U.S.A.) has lifted embargo on exportation of arms into Mexico, the object being to let the con tending parties in Mexico fight it out to end the deadlock. Yesterday's shade temperature was 100.5. The Chioe Justice has decided to al. low Franklin Bnrelhett, Coleraine. to de fend action brought by the Closer Settle ment Board for recovery of £510 from Busrchett, ...
BARRISTERS' DELUSIONS [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 5 February 1914
BARISTERS' BDELUSIONS ..-.--.-,. . A curious story of'a barrlster'a delu slons with regard to. a well-known authoress was related to the leoorder of London at the 01d Bailey yesterday (Qays the "Daily Teelgraph" of'.De comber 11). William Burk., 4, bar rister. was indicted for sending a postal packet containlng an Improper letter. Mr. Travers Humphreye prosecuted, and Mr. . L.Hadlleld defended. Mr. Traver. Humphreye said the ds fendant was a member of. Gray's ion. and, when ' a student, attended, a course of lectures given bY Mr. Arthur Underhill. Mr. Underhill had a daugh ter-MiBs Evelyn Underhllt--who was nmarried, In 1007, to Mr. Stuart Moore. another member of the bar. Burke had no acquaintance with Mr. Under hill. save as a lecturer, and he. was not known either to Mr. or Mrs. Stuart Moore. The lady had written a num ber of books In her maIden name Evoelyn Underhll---and It would seem that the defendant had read some of tham. Her last book was published about Christmas last, an...
WOMEN EXPLORERS [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 5 February 1914
WOMEN EXPLORERS Mr P. Amnaury Tabot. a Dlstri.i Comrnleeloner In Southern Nigerh? (West Africa), who has Just complotes a journey of over 4300 ?iles In the Eko~ district, stated In an Interview wlt[ Itcutor's representative that he fount customs and ceremonies which appeal to have come down unchanged from thi days of the Pharaohs. In some p)arti the dead are roughly mumlfled, while underground burial chnmbers are to bi found planned like those of ancoieni Egypt. Heo found also traces of bird worship and witnessed a bird dance never before seen by Europeans. Mrs Talbot. who, with her sister has been travelling through the region, has been making a special study of the women of the tribes. Mr Talbot. referring to the hard task of the administration in dealing with secret societies, which at certain times of the year still seek to oafter human sacrifices (says the "Dally Mail," No vember 24) said:--"Towards the end of September such an attempt was made in a distant part of the district...
TURK'S STRANGE DEATH [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 5 February 1914
TURK'S STRANGE DEATH The case of Kavakls Mustapha, who wans arrested on board a Ruaslan steamer, has had a tragic development in the shape of his death In prison (says Reuters8 Constantinople coroe spondent to 'The Daily ERxpress"). Although according.to the official ver sion he in stated to have committed sulctde, there seems to be little reason to doubt that he succumbed to police methods used to extort Information -as to the doings of Prince Saba Eddin and other opponents of the present regime, whoso emissary he is supposed to have been. The question is much aggravated from an international standpoint by this development, and the Russian Em bassy will be compelled to insist on the fiullest satlrfactlon being given to it.
CAUSES OF FATIGUE INTERESTING LIST. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 5 February 1914
CAUSES OF FATIGUE INTERESTING LIST. Professor VWillliam Stirling, of Jan chester University, delivering the Lady Priestley Memorial Lecture on aHealth, Fatigue, and Repose." said that most of the breakdowns In a man's lfe weore due to himself, either because of Ignorance or rocklessness, or both. Overwork, without sulfficient repair of an organ, whether brain or eye. digestive organs or muscles, was the primary cause of fatigue. All the or tans of the body could not run at full speed at the same thime. Mental fatiguo greatly impaired bodily activity, and physical or mluscular fatigue had a dis lnct effect on brain activity. The observations of Dr. Leonard Hill on the effects of a liberal supply of oxygen in fatigue were most important. Somnolence In churches and chapels seemed on occasion to occur at sermon time, out it wt as not In all cases to be uttributed to the sermon. The ex planatlon lay rather In the badly-ventl lated atmosphere, and In the fact that Sunday, though the first...
RADIUM AS INVESTMENT [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 5 February 1914
RADIUM AS INVESTMENT. There is no more- permanent way In which wnnoey can he invested than In the purchase of radium, It was stated nt a meeting of the governors of the Mdldtdleex Horsnltal. Sir Alfred Penree Gould, nresldent of the clinical section of the Royal rcolleg of Medicin e eaid that the our chase of redlum was net an oxnoendl ture of nrnnoy, hut an Investment of money. Radium did not retpoorer hy riolnr off its emanation. T'ere wao no mere nermanent way in which monev mrold he invoetod than 1i the purchane of red'um. As far an the mind of man coutld carry itself radium perchased now would he valuanble to the end of all time. There was no form of investment. no fund they cotld put money Into. which wus no certain to he actually in the posseRslion of the governors of that hosplital hIvndreds of yares hence as hy the nurchaec of radium. Princo Alexnnder of Tech enoko of the oerouraingo results ohtalned at the honsnltel from the use of radium In the treatment of cancerous dlie...
BOY EMIGRANTS SIR RIDER HAGGARD'S VIEW [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 5 February 1914
BOY SEMIG(RANTS SIR RIDER HAG(IARD'S VIEW A meeting on behalf of Dr. Bar nardo's Homes waee held yesterday afternoon at 'Sunderland House, by ermilson of the Duchess of Marl dorough (reports the "?.orning Post" of December 1). The Marchionoess of Blandford received the guests. " Lady Cowdray presided, and said that In the Barnardo Momes the chil dren were taught that the world had need of them. The American Ambase sador (Dr. Page) said that the work of Dr. Barnardo had shed its light all overi the world. because of the excellent and unerring trueness with which it had been conducted. The Duchess of Somerset said that 60,000 children had, marched through the "ever open door," and only one per cent. had been failures. Up to the end of the year the homes had sent 25.000 emigrants to Canada, and all of them had started with some knowledge of the trade they were to follow. She had Just visited the Watts Training Schools In Norfollit, where S00 Barnardo boys were train log for the navy or...
Geelong Wool Sales. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 5 February 1914
Gieelong Wool Sales. Denays Laseelles, Ltd., report under date 29th January, 1914 :-For the tenth sale of the season 12,000 bales were offered in Geelong, our catalogue comprising 3918 bales, nearly all :drawn from the Western District. For these we found with faulty merinoes or mixed crossbreds that prices an many instances were less than former bids, but on the other hand, all good merinoes sold at from halfpenny to a penny advance. Our top price in merinos was 1.4ld for 12 bales sup corn of Carmichael Bros., Argyle, a shafty soft. handling wool. specially sound. but carrying a fair amount of condition. The whole fleece of this clip'averaged 13.d. We had0a good show of scouresd wool, for which there was excellent competition, 24 b?eid~ by P. Smith selling at 23d. Sales in cluded-3ferinoes: Argyle (Carmichael Bros.) 12 sup coun 141d, 20 1st coin 144d, 065 1st coin A and 2nd com Il3ld, 30 comn 13id, 1It bkn 13d, 33 com 122d, 25 1st pes 112d, 39 1st pcs A ltd; Salt Creek/CB (F. C. Co...
Melbourne Wool Sales. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 5 February 1914
Melbourne Wool' The Australian Estates and Mortgage Co. Ltd. reports:-At our usual. sale on Wednesday, JAn- 28, m addition to a useful display of greasy wools, we offered a good election of scoureds from Queensland and.New;South Wals; both of which were:keenly competedfofoind disposed of at the. higher level of prices established at our sale last week. The highest price of the sale for scoureds was 231d, paid for the sup corn H of the Llanrheidol brand (W. Dalrymple, Llan rheidol, Winton, Q.), and for the AAA comn W of. the Tamworth clip (H.,:Col lier,lugheuden, Q.)' For greay fleece the lieghest ppiceobtaine fwas I3Id for the AAA ebklof thq Rifle Downs clip Dalgety and Oo.: Ltd. held their thirteenth sale of the season and the last regular weekly sale on Monday, when they offered a large: and attractive cata logue of closeon 5000 bales.' There was a large attendance of buyers, and com petition was animated- and general throughout at values quite equalto ad vanced rates niioticeable...
The Great Montamor Case. CHAPTER VI. The Pretender. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 5 February 1914
Theý ý'flrý Iontvnop By ALIOE, At. DIE L, Aisthorss o "The Knave of Heart.," - CHAPTER VIL : . The, Pretender. The entrance to Riverview, as the villa was called, was in a lane.: t was' well that there w's a wide car riage-drive and a large stable-yard, .for the.place was well stocked with motorwar when Miss Halidare. had slowly driven In. Arrangements had been made at' the inns for the "put. Inug up". of the horse vehiclesee. There whaI a festive air about- the trees and *shrube and house front, electric' lights having, been festooned about, producing the effect of a shower of fireflies;' and as Owendolen ascended the steps, under an awning, she stop. ped short to admire the interior. The hall, ordinarily of a kind which would pass muster as a decently-arranged entrance and escape comment, was transformed into a bower of pale green' silky draperies, festooned with roses. Maidg in white and rose color smilingly cbnducted -the ladies to the" dining-room; changed into a boudoir. Gwend...
Casterton Post Office. Mail Arrangements. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 5 February 1914
Castertom. lost Office, Mal' Arraingemente. Mailos aroclosed and 're duest the CasqoSto Post Oflco'ob iidder:-. ' oTl:. 0m means morn0ng; o 0 flteloon. ael,,lo--elioe 'l 8q Tuos, and Fri, duo Gio Wed and Sat. Private bag : Elderelie. Anmrat--olo?-? every llo'nilgott 8 aCd?2.10e 1 Thlur. ; duo 7..5 aI Nn sWs eld sdat, 9A TUos and Fri, i p.m and 7.15 a Thus". Ardncor--lioos deily m (Mon .oeelted), duo7,70o Moo Tuea Wed and Fri, IAtOs Thurp, Ballarot--closeo oryrmnrning at 8 and 2d40 Tihuro; doe 7.45 a Moo Wel nd sat, s a rToes and Fri, I p.c and 7.45 a Thurs: uoblhgallh--eloso II mo Tues, duo 10.30m Tons. h Branxololmoe-sloooevery mooriig at asd 2.40 a Thurs; dueo 7.45 a mon Wed and Sat, -) , Tues and Fri, i p.m sand 7.45 a Thurs. ,rilmbot--cloo 9 a Toed Thutrs andSt ; due 6.45 aTuoes, 8.145a Thours and Cat, Pri. va0e bog: Wando View. Corpook--clooe every morning at 8; due 7.15 m daily. Privatle legs ?lella Vista, The G(.lo Springfie?d T, Carroll, lesgarryaed Muoro'y'eMeSn Wed hod Fri...
"Liberty and Progress." [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 5 February 1914
" Liberty ndlll( Progress." The issue of this periodical to hand deals in detail with most of the political-and industrial hap penings df importance during the pist month, and includes some pointed comments on the manner in which some of Mr -Justice Higgins' awards actually injure and cause loss to many of the workers His Honor intended them to benefit. The fact' that New South Wales has' borrowed, and spent' extravagantly, the sum of £18,000,000 in the past lhree years, and has a deficit of £2,000,000, while Victoria has lived well within her means, borrowing little, spending money thriftily, and having a surplus, is quoted as showing the difference between a State with under Liberal and one under Labor government.
News in Brief. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 5 February 1914
News in Brief. At Portland, Messar W. G. Warde and Co., the Sontractore for the extension of the pier, have progressed with their work. Over 100 piles have already been driven, and another 100 are stacked at the shore end of the pier. A ufficlent quantity of stone for the breakwa?ter has been found in the vicinity. The Railway Department has completed the surveys for the line to convey the stone from tire quarry to the breakwater site. Plans are being pre pared, and, when these are completed, the work of construction will be proceed od with immediately. The sum of 100,000 roubles (about £9000) was stolen at Rostov-on-Don, a seaport on the Sea of Azov, whilst the mail bags were being transferred front the railway station to the poet ofioe. An official has been arrested on suspicion. Action is being taken by the State au thorities to increase the forest reserves of Victoria by adding to them a considerable area of timbered Crown lands. DISORDERED LIVER. "For disorders of the liver and...
"Woman." [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 5 February 1914
" Womani." The current issue of "Woman," the officialorgan of the Australian Women's National League, has a well-deserved tribute to the self sacrifice of the rank and file of the Liberal party in the Federal Parliament, and to the splendid self-denial, and constant attention to arduous duty on the part of these, that enabled their leaders, the Prime Minister and his col leagues, to achieve so much as they did to the close of last session, in the face of almost in surmountable difficulty. It will surely not be forgotten by Liberal electors, that all of these, including our own mess ber, Mr A. S. Rodgers, rigidly curbed every natural desire. to share actively in the work of the session, and in the interests of the party, because that was in the interests of Australia, con fined themselves to the only effective way under the circum stances, to loyal support from start to finish of the well-planned policy of the Ministry, and thus enabled it to triumph over its op ponents by creating a...