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Casterton Racing Club. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 16 February 1914

Goastelrton. Racing Club. The annual meeting of members o, `: the Club was hold at the Cnstertor Hotel on Saturday afternoon, the Presi. ::. dent, Mr T: 1. GII, in the cllnir. It-ronT .sn BA.Ic,.tsC-SnIEr. The annual report and balance-sheet details of which were piblished in a dridis itsne, and showed highly satis -iidtory condatdt df last year's operations, tdo a considered. r? P Q. Pinnell said he woulnid like ea li ir suggestions from members with respeat.to improvements to the course, mentioning that tho.club had about £4tclo in hand to credit of the Improvement Fund. - S Mr lreen thought the Committee lad done so well in the matter of improve. mnonts last year that the mattorof further Improvements might be loft ini their SThe Chainrman i ws of opiliona that it uwould be well to let funds aehitmnlato ;o a larger amount before going. on' with proposed erection of new grandstand, I lnoheon and plublican's bootlhs, whlich it was estimated would cost about £1250. Mr Mackinnon agre...

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Wednesday Association. CHRIST CHURCH v PRESBY TERIANS. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 16 February 1914

Wednesday Asmoclntlion. CIIIIIST CHURCO[ r PRESBY. TERIANS. The association matches will be con. tinued on Wednesday. when the above teams meet. The players will be picked from the following: Christ Churcl.-.Tnames (2), Smith. J. Peachey. Edrich, Tibbles, Crabtree, Sey mour, Hayes, O'Neill, Edgar, Abbott, Bowden, Waters, Woedl. Prosbyterians.--l. C. tMiller. Dunllnle, D)eravin, Dorward. Watt, Forster, Ewen, lMurrell, Blodams, Livoek,.Tames. heard. Barrow, Stewart. Members of the Casterton chib are asked to avail themaselves of all the prne tice they can. An excellent opportunity is afforded on Wedtesday in tIhe above match.

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 — 16 February 1914

IREUMATISM. Dr. Sheldon's Magnetic Liniment removes more cases of rheumatism every year than all the so-called rheumatism medicines conmbined. It will penetrate to your very bones, and soothe nnd subdue the pain. The first application will relieve, and continued use will bring about marvellous results. Price, Is. fid. and 3o. Stoniach Troubles due to Acpidity. So Says Esinenst Spiecailln t. So-called stomach troubles, such as indigestion, wind, atomach.ache and inability to retain food, instead of indic ting that the stomach is out of order, are in nine cases out of ten simply ovid. once that fermentation is taking place in in the food contents of the stomach, causinRg the formation of gas and acids. Winddisteonds the stomach and caoses that full, oppressive teeling sometimes known as heartburn, while the acid irri. tates and inflames the delicato lining of the stomeoh. Tihe stomach, however, Is not at fault. The trouble lies entirely in the formenting food. Such formontation .:is u...

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Cricket. Hamilton v Glenelg and Wannon Association. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 16 February 1914

ricket. Hamnilton v Olonelg and 'nnnon Associatlon. Teams jre. ienstipg these associlaions met at Celeralne on Safuradiy in a matchl that has for some time been nntiu:,inted with keen Interest. The game was to have been commenced at 11.80 a m.. llt thottgh of the two motor ears in which the iHamiltoat players travelled. arrived just about the time named, there was a long delay before any word came to hand about theI other; Then-between 1 and 2 o'olock-eame at telephone message from "Mount Koroite" announeing tlhat the second car had come to grief about 8 mil9 outi .frorm Coleraine, and had to be abandoned, *iliil the patsengers had a weary tramp of ' miles td "Maount Kor oitoe, before they could find any means of reporting their mishap and location. Whenl the message came, however, the first p.nr was ient out for "tle delayed playtrd, tiid .as.opn as, possible ifter their arrival at Colernaine, .p start was made with the game. Tibi visitors (Ilamilton) captained? by J. Young batted ...

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Portland Show. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 16 February 1914

Portlandl Show. 'ire Show on Wednesday last was a very fine exhibition, both as regards the spectacular.: ring events,. the stock penned,-the farm and, garden prod ce on tile beonchos, and exhibits in the cookery and other sections. Mr A. G. Bendall (Warraambool) was judge of the horses, Mr ?V.--Vrright,. dairy cattle; Mr J. Smith- (Grassdale), fat and other cittle and also-sheep; ;Mr J. Quinlan, dogs; 3Mr F.Stuohbery, vegetables; Mr F. W. \'ear, frnit.; Mr? R.McLuokie, cookery ; and Mrs :T.. H. Laidlaw (Ifamnilton). needlework. ".Prire-wihiners ineludied:- Trotting stallion; C. Kolte, .roy Dells, 1; pony' hnck, 13 a.., and pair b;uggy ponies, P. G. Heard 1; lady's hack, Miss A. Ware 2; single buggy horse, G. L Groesson- 1, and 2nd for single buggy turnoutL; dog;: anyfotherdistinct breed, G-. L. Gresson; 2.. Dairy cow, by test at intervals of six months, J.IL. Wyatt, 1; " W. Hanlon, 2. Dairy : cow, by test just Sprevious to show-E. Oiborne (morning test,:-23.6- lbsh milk,- 4.2 test,...

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Portland Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 16 February 1914

Portlanid Races. The Portland Racing Club held its annual meeting in beautiful weather on Thursday last, when there was a re. cord attendance, £1t7/17/tl being taken at the gates. Following are the results : Nelson lfnndicap.-P?irateer 1, Sonny I3 2, Miss Iinnia :3. ( to 4 oa the.win ner, Won easily. P]ortlnnd laundicap.-Tioga 1, Riot 2. Only two started. 7 to 2 on the winner. Wone eaily by two lengths. Pioneer Handicap Ifurdle lRace. Scotch 'Mixture 1, Nilka 2, Southerly 3. Whaledine also started. Betting, 2 to I oni Nilka, 2 to 1 against the winner. Won Iby two and a nhlf lengths. Henty Ilandicap.-Elbro 1, Tioga 2, Sonny I 3. Betting, erens Tiogn, tito 4 against Sonny B, 2 to I Elbrot. Woia cosily by four lengths. Hlandicap Pony lace.-Queen LDes. pised 1, Fig 2, Elltham 3. Other starters -Hlamlet, Little RItby, Distraction, Wintie antd the Mouse. Boetting, ti to 4. ont Eltham. 3 to I against Little IRuby and The Mlouse, 5 to 1 Distrnetion, 10 to 1 others. Won by two and a half len...

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 — 16 February 1914

Good Hire Motor Cars at A. O. Bcrkefeld SSeldom - -. cross093 a asts1 are of erhi"g H -i]]ere are a few of the striking values that -, are bringing the crowd into our Store -? Our Six-Guinea New Western'Star Cycles, Complete, Ready for the Road. The Material for these Cycles is carefully selected by experienoed Mechanics, and Drazing Ie Guaranteed Five Years. We Defy Competition in Prices In this particular line. Inepection of thlse Cycles mneans to purchase at once. oemier,Motor Cyclesstern Are sup;dlid by:us for Cash or Terms. Motor and Cycle Sundries sold at Prices Not Heard of Elsewbere. AT MALEE BROS.' MOTOR and Cycle Depot, Ienty-st., '.uPo", adonn J -? ' H. & G. Harris. SHEEP 500 Sheep Cured of "White Eye" for 5s. RETCH FORD'S BLIGHT SPECIFIC. j ho Bost ay ?ct. CHETwYND, 20/12/13. Dear Sir,-A well known Sheep Mlan told me you have a very good preparation for " White Eye" in blhep, sad I want you to send me some of it by Monday nmorning'ns coach. Yurs ete., BLIGHT. The...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 16 February 1914

Orient Line Of Royal Mail Steamers, For London, via Adelaide, Fromunth (W.A.), Colombo (for India), Egypt Naples, Toulon, Gibraltar, and Plymouth S .Leave Arrive " tenator.. Tons. Olnllnone. Londot. " Otranto: 11,124 Mar. 4 Api. ii Osterley . 12,120 Mar. 18 Apt. 11 'rOrama 13,00C Apl.1 May I Orsova 12,036 Apl. 15 May 24 And fortnightly thereafter. ,'The Steanmes of the Orient Line are "'fitted with all modern and up-to-date up plliances for the safety and comfort of passeongers. Passengers are carried In all classes. Third-class accommnodationl .2-Sleeping rooms, dining rooms, cdock Sacoonunmodation, and cuiaine a specialty. * - ouns veai-rY1d1 kIJne, via Canada, '>Liiltod Statoes, Japan or South Africa, quoted on application. Pleasure or business trips on the coust (to Fremantle, Adeluide, Sydney, or Bris bane) quoted on appliantion. The Local Agents will supply circolars or further information on application. Passage from any port may be prepaid here. D. L. DOWDELL, Branch Mana...

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Leitch Pictures. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 16 February 1914

Leitch Pictures. The programme to he screened by Leitch Pictures next Thursday night is long and varied. Pride of place is given to a two-reel feature by the Vitagraph Coy "The Tet." The second star will be "The House of Discord," a two-reel Ipro duction by the A. B. Coy. "The Bowling Match" by the Keystone Coy is a screamer from start to finish, and the best comedy yet shown by Leitch Pictures. Other pict*es to be shown are 'lThe Tiger" (Vitagraph) "Her Wedding Bell" (A.B.) "Okama" (Gaumont Coloured,) Filckle Tramp," (Mojestio), "Hi Hoo-. ioo." (A.B.),"Noris Boarders," (Edison), snd the Topical Budget, 10,000 feet in all. the first picture will by screened at 15. d

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SPORTING. Caulfield Races. [BY WIRE.] Melbourne, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 16 February 1914

SPORTING. Caulfield Races. pBY Wi?RE.] Melbourne, Saturday. Warrien Hurdle Ilnce. Widden (McGregor) 10.13 ... 1 The Majestic Nut, 11. ... 2 Winarara, 10.11 ... ... I Fire starters. 0 to dI the winner. Won by half a length. Time, 3.51?,. Federal Stakes. Rabeen (]i..Smart), 7.3 ... I Malarajahll 8. ... ... Andesine, 8.6 ... ... 3 18 starters. 5 to 4 on Traquette, 15 to 1 the winner. The start was delayed for a quarter of an hour. through llnheen at the post unseating her rider and gal. loping round the course. Won by three lengths. Time 1.22. Bond Cup. Effervescence (Killorn) 7.11 ... 1 Lord Grey, 0.7 ... ... 2 Prizefighter, 8.5 ... ... : 15 starters. 5 to 2 the winner. Won by 24 lengths. Time 2.3. Oakleigh Plate. Popinjay (Connell) 9.1 ". Nawara Eliyn, l.3... ... 2 Four Flush, 7.7 ... ... : 25 starters. Tranqetto was the only one scratched. 5 to 2 Woorak, 7 to I the winner. Won by.:l of a length, with I of a length between secold and third. Time, 1.8). St. George's Stakes. Jfolly Beg...

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Millicent Racing Club. Annual Meeting. Wednesday, February 25. £271 IN STAKES £271 PROGRAMME: (Subject to consent of S.A.J.C.) [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 16 February 1914

Millicent Racing Club. Annual Meeting. Wednesday, February 25. £271 IN STAKES £271 S J' IIOGICAIIIME: (Subljeoct to consent of 8.A.J.O.) 1-iHANDICA, P HURDLE RACE, of 5 njunsovs.'(including a spoecial done tion ,of £10 lsfrom Mr' F. Knowles, Millicent Hotel); second horse 10 S.ovs., third horse 5 sove. out of stake. Nomination -'20e? acceptance 20s. About 2 miles diad one furlong. 2--TRIAL STAKES, of 25 seoves.; second ihorso s oe. out of stake. For all horses that have not won a sum beiug a stike or part of a stake vlued 15 sovs. orover. Woight for ago..: Nomination 20s. About six furlongs.: 3-MILLIoENT 'CUP, a handicalp of . 85) sovs. (including a special dona tion of £10 '10s from Mr A. Rook, Somerset Hotel); second horse 10 ".., sove.. and third horse 5 aove. out of stake Nomination 25e, a~coptanco I25G.About 1 mile and three fur 4-HANDICAP TROT, or 15 sovs., sea ond horae 3 sovas, and third' horse 2 nov. out of the stoke. All horses to be registered with S.A.J.C. (foe 2, Gd), a...

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JUST WHAT YOU NEED. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 16 February 1914

lUST WH'ITVOU N1$1lD Laxo-tonlo Pills can be taken at all times and under all conditions by both young and old alike without the slightest risk, and without danger of unplensant uftor-effects. Laxo.tonl Pills assist the processes of nature, give relish to the food, removing exhaustion, sick headacho and many other ailments. Laxo-tonio Pills are a popular pill at a popular price.

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A.N.A. Exhibition. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 16 February 1914

A.N.A. Exhibition. The Australialn Natives' Associntion in the A.N.A. Exhibitiosn of Education, Arts and Crafts, opened on Saturday nt the Exhibition Building, .Melbourne, by the Governor-General, has promoted an enterprise of wonderful interest. The Edtlucation Department is co-operating, and, under its direction, deomonstrations of school work of all kinds will be given, drill, dancing, swimming, cookery, and art work included, during the next three weeks. Exhibits include specimens of the work of State and Roman Catholic school children, the former of whom will be represented in person, or in speei. mess of their work to the number of 7000 scholars of tile metropolitan school. The o Roman Catholio schools nre prominently and worthily represented at the oxhibition, as are also the Itonmo Industries. Association, Victorian Arts and Crafts Society, while educational elxhibits have been lent from England nnd Scotland, also from 1British Colunm bin and India. Toe display is described ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Rabbit Poisoning. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 16 February 1914

Rabbit Poisoning. Rabbit poisoning carried on at Merino under the direction of Mr .1. Wheeler, Government ITnspector has been very successful so far. Rabbits inl this locality are very thick just now, andt there was a good field for operations when the work was taken in hand on Thursday night. On an area of about 100 acres, it was estimated that 500 bunnies were slain by the simple process adopted. A light furrow was ploughed ,along the ground, ant apples cut small sprinkled therein. On two previous nights slices of apple were laid free of poison. Thlese ere, of course, greedily eaten by the rabbits. The third night, the apples werescnsoned with strychnine. antd, the rabbits, with appetites whetted through earlier exporience of the dainty bits, eingerly took the bait. Result, an array of dead bunnies along thei plough furrow, that was most satis. factory to the operators. The skins were taken, and it is said dogs anl pigs Ihve been fedona the bodies of poisoned rabbits without band ...

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Strathdownie Telephone. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 16 February 1914

rtrathdownie Telephone. At a meeting of residents held in a:: Strathdownle Hall on Saturday afternoon Cr J. Ross in the chairtho following res-a lution was cnrrled on the motion of Messrs H. Waoaon "Wamboola" and G. Onrmichnel "Sfinthdocnie":-- . 'That this n:eetint of Stuatldownio residents thanks the Poetmplster.eOt rnl for the honor conferred on the district by offering to establish a vwireteAs telegralph sttilon here connecting with Mt Gambler and Casterton,. but would respectfitlly ouggest as an nlternatlve tilmat telephone communication imp established with Uas ohteon, es In a e tis6ored dittliot like this it would meet ihe reeluirmieonjq of reil. dents bettor, as tome of the residehhi a?t anxlous to connect with tile exlchange at Stratlhdownle in tie event of the tioe. Ihone beingee ostahblieod with Canterton."

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Amazing Root Development. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 16 February 1914

Amaen zing. Root -Develop ment. An altogether amazing root develop ment from the trees, that have so long shaded the frontage of the Henty. Street premises occupied by the late Mr 7. S. W. Peachey has been disclosed in course of excavation of foundation for additions to the building, which aro being made for the present owner, Mr E. F. Hughes. For many feet below the surface of the ground of the allot. meat behind the present stone and brick I buldinga a closely intertwined mass of roots illustrates the wonderfully un. crring manncr in which trees, like all other forms of vogotation, - read out their feelers in the direction in which moisture is to be found for nourishment of the .plant, the root growth in this case pilssing bclow the building and all down under the allotment behind to tile lower levels, reaching down towards the creek further on. But that "s?'eing is believing," the statement that any trees, ercn of the largest size could develop,. in addition to the bigger roots, ...

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Wharf Workers' Trouble. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 16 February 1914

Wharf Workers' Trouble. The compulsory conference of ship. owners and whanrE employees, convened by Mr Justice Hliggins, closed on Fri. day, when it was announced that .Mr Northeote, for thie employers, and Mfr Huglhos, for the employees, would pre. pare a joint statement as to the position for submission to the public through the press. This statement, it was said by Mr Hughes, could not be made earlier than to.day. It is believed, however, that an amicable agreemlenlt has been ar rived at, but before this can become operative, it must be ratified by the Watersidle Workers' Federation. .riLs O1TmllNE, This Day. Secrecy is still maintained as to what was done at the compulsory conference. It is bolieved a settlement is possible.

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The Strike Epidemic. Outbreak in the Meat Trade. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 16 February 1914

The Strike Epidemic. Outbreak in the Meat Trade. The public who are suffering loss and inconvenience through tile hold up of produce at the wharves through the stevedores and wharf laborers' "Overtime Strike," are threatenl in lMelbonrne, and are already sufferinig in Sydney'. through a strike of hbtchers' and. ment tradesmen's employees. Demand hans been oliad l?-y the Moet industry ERn. ployees' TJoilot f6i" rnedietioi of hours from 52 to 48 iier webek, nd inicreases of paty tokeu in conjunction with the pro posed reduction in hours of work reproe sent an addition 'of :15 per cent, or nonearly half to thlle wages bill.. This in crease, one of the employers states, could be passed on to. tihe consumer by raising prices-of course it will, as we all know. if the pay ihas to be raised. But the master butchers, lie said, were, in justice to tihe consumnoer, rinwilling 'to adopt such a course. 'The Enmployees' Union is committed to a log' forwarded to eai. ployers in respect to Arbitrat...

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"Australia---Our Country." [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 16 February 1914

' Australia---Our Country." Under the heanding of 'Australia Our Country; Her Sons and Danghters; What she offers them," Mr W. I'. Little in the course of an aiddress to the Cas terton Branch A.N.A. on Tuesday night, chilmed that no other country in tie world offers to her sons and daughters such lmagniliclnt opportunities for conl tent, prosperity, and personal advance. mentl as does our native liald-Australia. The speaker ipointed out that thle Auls tralian race started into being uuder tile most favorable conditions for the devel opment of high mental powers and sound playssique, because it originated from moen and women in the pioneers of ritishl settlement in the country, who were seions of ii great race, and themselves, for the most part, of sturdy physique, vigorous intellect, and bold adventurous spirit, that carried them succeossfully through the tremendous' dtliiculties of settlement inn new eountry. To thlei on this accoiunt alone, their descendadts owed an everlastiing d...

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LATEST NEWS. MELBOURNE, This Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 16 February 1914

LATEST NEWS. [BY WIRE.] MELBOURNE, This Day. The Italian Governnent has purchased an invention which bas successfully ex. ploded submerged torpedoes by wireless In the fourth Test Match, England v South Africa, the Sollth Africans have lost seven wickets for 102 runs. Severe gales raged along the coasts of England during the last few days. Two small steamers foundered with all iands, 20 lives being lost. A gale, with the tepperature below zero, occurred at New York, many peo. pie being frozen to death. General Botha, in the Assembly at Cape Town, defended the Gorernment's action in deporting the strike leaders. lie declared that the Labor leaders never desired a settlement of grievances, which were simply excuses to create a revols. tion. They were sworn enemies of so. clety. A great black 'population must beo remembbred, and unless the whites took stops to prevent a recurrence of re. cent evetits, the position would become extremely dillcult, General Botha spoke for two hours, and ...

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