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The Heat Wave. Record Temperatures Regtered. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 19 February 1914
The Heat Wave. Record Temperatures Reg tered., Not within the past seven years, if ever before, have people in 'this district endured a wave of heat so intense and prolohged as that now cilrrent, which though varied by the oneotrrenca of cold breezes at ihtervals; Is still, marked by high tetiperatisres. Oh,_ T esday, the mercury in Mi Retehford's thermometer put up 103, the then record for the season. YesterdayJit: went one high. er, and this morning bid fair to setnup a third and higher record. Similar weather conditions have pre vailed all over Victoria, and from all quarters come reports of abnormally high temperatures. Shortage of water for both domestic and stock purposes has become a source of acute difficulty in Casterton and Mecrino, as in all parts of the district. Waterholes everywhere are exhausted, or nearly so, and such stagnant water as is left in the shallow holes has become too impure for human, and unft even for stock consnmption. IHence, thle an. vent of the usual...
DENTISTRY Mr F. S. W. Mawson, DENTIST, 201 Moorabool-street, Geelong. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 19 February 1914
DENTISTNY Ir F. S. -. . Mason, DENTIST, 201 Moorabonl.treet,Geelong. Will Visit : Port Fairy, Tues, March 10 Koroit, Wed: Mnrbh 11 Penahurst, Thurs, MUa il1 Hamilton, Bel. & Hat, March 18 & 14 Oa~an?ds. , Mon;,'Mrrtr 1 ' - Bas lorpl, u.-=Mareh .: .,: harrow, Wed, Mar d) -1t -o ` .denhohou,,?;afih,. "-..._, Apslyo Fri (till 8 p.m.), Maroh 250' Obetwynd,;at (til noon), M?iah 21 Tarrayoukyan, at. (afternoon), Marsh Coleraine, Mon,. March 28 Merino, Tues, AMarih 24 Castert n, Wed, March,~. Digby, Thurs, Maroh 26 Brnoxholme, Fri., March 27 • Macarthur, Sat, March 28' Hdmilton,. Moo, March 80
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 19 February 1914
: fR?atI Mail Steam*sm. : 'For London, via Adelaide, IFren.uutle S:&lt;'": (W.A.), Colombo (for India), Egypt, S.Naples, Toulon, Gibraltar, and Plymouth. ' L" • ?',sr Arrive : 8tcu.r.a" Tone. MIolboaunr. Landon. ":'" a Otranto 11.124 Mar. d Apl. 11 Osterloy 12,129 Mar. 18 Apli. 11 Oranea 13,000 Apl. 1 May 9 Oraova 12,036 Apl. 15 May 24 .: And fortnightly thoreafter. \:..-,.' The Bteanmereof the Orient Line are ; fitied 'wita\all mddern and up.to-dateap S plances fortheb saety and comfort of ' PaBewngerS n-irb arrled' In a' l Op , -all I f; THldSlaM 'acooniriodatlon -Sleping rooms, dining rbbineb;'dttlk Snoonnodation, and cuisine a specialty. Round-the-World Rates, via Canada, United Btate,, 'Japan or South Africa, ,quoted onr application. -' : Piture or business tripa on the coast (to Fremantle, Adelaide, Sydqbey. or Bris Sbane) qnoted on application. , The LoalAgents will supply circulars , or fiirtherlnformatlion on application. - Pa?esage from any port may be prepaid here...
Strike Troubles. Waterside Workers. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 19 February 1914
Strike Troubles.; Waterside Workeri. A majority of the watersido workers, who have been losing heavily through their own action in promoting the "overtime strike," are reported to be heartily sick of the situation, andanxious for a settlement, of the trouble between them and the Shlpowners' Atsdcibitlon; eaused hv their demand of heavy lhcrease of pay. It is itnderstood that the ngreh tent between the parties at the recent compillsory conference, is lihant an award shall be obtainbd from the Arbitration Court, and that meantime work shall be carried on ns astral at a slight increase In rates of pay. Meantime, the agree ment is to be submitted to the men at meetings to be held to-day at all the prineipal Australian ports.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 19 February 1914
Seldom £ +s :., a " sins such as we , are of eritrg Here are a few of the striking values that are bringing the crowd into our Store: Have a Talk to MALEE BROS., Cycle Mechanics, HENTY STREET, CASTERTON. GUNS. GUNS. " Harrington and Richardson," Automatic Ejector, 30/ "Bayard" Double Barrel, Greener Cross-Bolt, Deeley Edge, Fore End Fastener, £4 18s Gd " Hollis " Double Barrel, Greener Cross Bolt, Walnut Stock, £6/16/6 " Hollis" Double Barrel, Greener Cross Bolt, Deeley Edge, Fore End Fastener SPECIAL PILIEON GUN, Two Choke Barrels, Specially Bored for Close Shooting, £7/17/6 W. W. Greener Hammerless, Clarbough and Johnston Guns, &c. Remington and Winchester Repeating Rifles Cartridges, Amberite, Eley's, Own Loading, 11/6 per 100 Winchester 22 Cal. Cartridges, per 50--Powder, 7d; Smokeless, 8d Long Smokeless, 9d (Winchester) We have absolutely the Largest Stock of Shooters' Goods in the District at positively the Lowest Rates. A. O. BERKEFELD. Commonwealtbh 1 Sani of tustral...
Health Officers' Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 19 February 1914
Health Ofilcers' Report. Geo. H. Skinner; M.R.O.S.,. L.R.O.P., London, Health Officer, reported as follows: I have to bring under your notice a review of the condition of the Shire in the.sbape of the Health Officers' report for 1913. 1. POIULATION. The totals are similar to that of 1913, viz., approximately 6,000. 2. VITAL STATISTICS. Births during the year, 153. Males. Females. Total. COsterton 46 .48. 94 Merino 12 14 26 Sandford 13 15 28 Others estimated 5 Comparison 1910 1911 1912 1913 140 - 110 122 153 SDEATHu REGISTERED DURING THE YEAR. Under 5. Over 5. Totals. Casterton 10 23 33 Merino " 2 *'8 " 10 Bandford 4 5 9 Total . 52 ' d ther'pla-is no retains.l Ciuses o?ldeath : were astoolws: Disease of Lungs ... . ,..,; 13 Disease of Heart ... .,, 6 Malignant diseass .- 3 Goitro-Intetinal ... Senile Diseases ... .. 12 Violence or Accident ... 3 Other Caurses ... ... 10 Communicable Diseases.-The pastyear infectious diseases became very prevalent, although no serious outbreaks occurr...
Glenelg Shire Council. This Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 19 February 1914
Gleeliig Shire Council. This Day. Present .,Crs .J. Little (in the .chai), .. W..Abbott1 D. Boyle, T.. Carmichael, .Koch, A.fMitchell, L. O'Connell, A. s..J M.: Scott, and .1. W. Widdi. !hmbe . -APPLICATIONS. SLuere Bros"Fairview," Sandford, asked permission to lay a one Inch pipe under the-road between allots 2 Seo 19 and allot. 5A Boo 15, pariah of Carapook.- Granted. J.T. Button Strathdownie asked per mission to lay water pipes aerobs roads abutting on allots 48, 49A, 29B and 30 for Otolk isirpcses. A. C. Devereux, The Bluff, asked per himslon to lay a one inch pipe across the Cdasterton--Dartmoor road to convey Water from a tank to two paddocks in the 'parish of Nyaring near Pieracle. -Granted. Messrs Lockio Bros Strathdownioe asked permission to lay pipe across the toad between allots 280 and and 21D parish of Werrikoo for the purpose of Watering stock.--Granted. R. and G. Chaffey asked permission to erect swing gates on roads between allots 100 and 11, 8A ohl 9A, 7 and 8A. par...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 19 February 1914
She-warned women ,not to start 'a faron with a capitol of less.than.£800. Professor IlottomleY, of King's Col-; logo, speaking on the "Bn'terlal Work oer of the Soil." said untll-about 20' years ago, it was thought t'nt the soil' was a dead substanco. I lih?i'v r- - erod a shilling with orl!nrr' . '; could find anything frooga:. o r itl lions of bacteria on It. ItEMAIAtABLE RECORD The diamond jubilee of the Rev. Samuel Harding, of the Portman street United Free Church Mission Hall, Glas gow, has just been celebrated (says "Tho Westminster Gazette.") Mr Herding, in acknowlodging the gift of a puree of sovereigns, incidentally ro markied thlat he had never been laid aside for at single day with Illness, had never had a doctor attend him, had never partaken of medicine of any hind, and never oven had the toothache. It is melancholy to think that this,'. which ought to be the normal state of things, Is now becoming so rare that when it happens to exist, the mere casual mention of it is ...
Colts Match. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 19 February 1914
Colts Match. Simultaneous with the senior match at Adelaide. a olt's match wee played st the Melbourne Cricket Ground. The Victoriane held the wickets all day on Friday scoring 352, of which A. Brown (efter being reissded off the first ball) contributed 117, B. Cohen 70, W. Smith 55 and W. Woodbury 43. On Saturday the visitors were all dismissed for the email score of 174. HaIll 48 (not out) com ing out beet with the bet. In the second innings, the Viutorians lost four wickets for 157, Woodbury (34) and W. Smith (25) being not out. On Monday, Woodbury increased his score to 74 and Smith his to 43:the innings closing for 259. This loft the visitors to get 438 tor a win, and assisted by a fine score of 130 made by Gooden,they made a breve bid for viotory but could not get beyond 199, the Victor ians thus winning by 138 rune.
Interstate Match. Victoria v South Australia. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 19 February 1914
Interstate Match. Victoria v South Austnralit. the return match between tbese 8tate. was commenced at Adelaide on Friday and concluded on Tuesday last. Batting finrst, the home team made 274, Hill play ing a fine innings for 105, Moyes (40) and Middleton (34) being other principal con tributors to the score. At istumps the Victorians had lost two wio-. kets for 28. Continuing on Saturday, the visitonrs ran their score to 213, Baring (71). Fitzpatrick (40), Ryder (36 not out), and Carroll (35) doing best with the bat. In the second innings. the home team lost 2 wickets for 112, Wilenmore (20) and Smith (18) being the not out men. On Monday these two not out batsmen in creased their scores to 39 and 35 reopec tvely. il made 60, Peollew 47, and others raised the total to 349, while the Victorians lost two wickets for 96, Park 39 and lKiernan 26 being still In whern stumps were drawn. The match was brought to conclusion on Tuesday, when the home team won by t6 runs, after a smart recove...
Rifle Shooting. Portland v. Merino. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 19 February 1914
Rifle Shooting. Portland v. Merino. A rifle match was fired on Saturday last, between teams from Merino and Portland, on the Portland range, 500 and 000 yards. As usual, the trip was very enjoyable, everything being done by the hosts for the convenience of the visitors. The day was not a good one. for tall scores, a strong front fishtail wind giving the shooters a good deal of bother at the shorter range, but the breeze settled down at the 600 ydr. range, when some good shooting was done on both sides. At the shorter range, Port. land had a strong lead, but Merino eventually won bythe narrow margin of 0 points. The conditions were ten men to shoot, eight shots to count. Scores were: MELRINO. L. Enscoe .. 2 833 06 J. Hussen .. 30 94 64 Cap.Dwyer .. 32 32 64 1. 1 h 32 31 03 A.:J.'.he 32 30 62 G.Nortacote ... 27 S1 - 6Q Jas. McDonald 28 30 58 J. Cameron .., 23 206 - 4 Total ... 483 PORTLAND. R. Adamson ... 33 30 63 E. Baldwin .. 3 2 02 J. Wilson .. 28 32 60 W. Hart ., 34 20 60 3.. Bald...
Digby. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 19 February 1914
*ligby. A little son of SMr if. Guthridge, aged b years old, while driving a horse in the yard last week was unfortunately kicked by the animal on the left arm below the shoulder, sustaining a com. pound fracture. The injury was at. tended to by Dr Morton. The little sufferer is progressing satisfactory. Harvest Thanksgiving Services were held in St John's and the Methodist Churches on Sunday week and Sunday last, the Rev. E. Schwieger olficiating in the former and Mr Eadon conducting the latter service. The services were largely attended. Both Churches were nicely decorated with flowers, and a great quantity of fruit, vegetables, etc., at the front, evidences of a bountiful season.
Casterton News Printed MONDAY & THURSDAY EVENINGS Printed MONDAY & THURSDAY EVENINGS THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1914 [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 19 February 1914
Pnnted MONDAY & THURSDAY EVENINGS8 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1914 At the Shire Hall to-night at half-past 8 o'clock., presentation will be made to ex-Cr Molatyro of testimonials in re cognition of his services to the munici pality during his long career as a Councillor of the Glenelg Shire. The President of the Shire, Cr J. Rose, will preside, and there will be a gathering of Councillors, ex-Councillors, municipal officers and other residents of the district to do honor to the guest of the evening. The management of Leitoh Pictures announce a fine programme for exhibition at the Mechanics' to-night, when several very fine series ofviews will be displayed on the screen. "The Test" and the 'House of Discord" are titles of the two eading features of the programme. On Sunday next, there are to be hel in all Methodist Churches in Australia and Tasmania special services to cele brate the Centenaay of Methodism in these countries, which was inaugurated in the appointment of a minister...
SPORTING. Cricket. Wednesday Association. CHRIST CHURCH v PRESBYTERIANS [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 19 February 1914
SPORTI'NG. I'. Criicket. Wednesday A onotttton. oHuIst C0ft .v PrEsf. Teams representing thee oi~ibs met a ~the Coetoirtd gjo~nl ye~etoiOetdtarnoef w*ln though the Aesntage lay with the Preebi~teriOOO soil through, the match ended in adraw. The preabyteri~nl, foe whom it. C. Miller with 44. Porward 43 'I'ER 8 noh t out), Wat 22 and Dunne 19 did mdot with the bat, declared the innings closed with wickeie down fur the good creof . They eemed then to haeS. Bolnthe game-H. Smithand, and2 for 43; E. Jaie 2ard oertain whn later Derav20.in and CHRIST ORUROH. Dune e had dismieaed 2 of the Chridt hurch, 3atoun for rune, the th, 5th 6th and 7th 0eriBket havig «fallenin tom without hwlring-Dr Ddrdin, 6 wkt for 20Ed runi;h aW.nDunne mith, 2 for emads. a and, that raieed the to~n o. 0u jeolre h latter was howiled, and O'Neilll oan Edrich, these two played ~out time with out being seporatod, ilnielsiog up woth the total at S wickets for 53, and making a draw of the game. For Christ Church, E.Jame...
Merino Water Trouble. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 19 February 1914
Merino Water Trouble. The well sinking operations near the Merino flour mill have come to a full stop, on account ot a sand drift, which seems imposaible to cope with. This was struck at a depth of about eight feet. and the silt flowed in quicker than it could be bailed out. The workmen tried to slab the shaft, but this did not prove a success, and it is feared that the whole work in that locality will have to be abandoned. Some think this is for thebs btast atheymaintain the place Is quite unsuitable in more ways than one. The chief objection s that all the cattle would be attracted to the spot and would become a regular nuisance in the midde of the town. The idea of sinking a good aell at the creek behind the Presbyterian Church where there is an endless supply f good water at shallow depth is now generally favored, as it is stated that the water. could easily be brought from his spot by windmIll to a central place much more suitable than the present slected site. The damned up cr...
WOMEN FOR LAND WORK OF CO-OPERATION [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 19 February 1914
i WOMEN FOR LAND WORK -OF CO-OPERATION Viecountess Falmouth presided nt the annual meeting of the Women's Agricultural and Horticultural Inter national Union hold yesterday after noon (December 4, says "The Daily News") by permission of the Earl and Countess of Month at 83, Lancaster gate. In the course of an address Lady Falmouth observed that educated wo men with a knowledge of scientific ag rilulturo and horticulture could do apart from their own work a great deal of work in the country-side in educating their poorer neighbors. She thought also that women wore splendid pioneers In the work of agricultural co-operation, which was going to be a great thing in the future. They would have to reallse that without co operatlon the small holder could not make his small holding pay. Speaking on the report, the hen. secretary said they had recently re celved a communication from an em ployer, who said he needed a help to look after his books when in the gar don. "She must not be very youn...
ENGLAND'S WINTER FLOWERS IN THE OPEN [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 19 February 1914
ENGLAND'S WINTER FLOVWERS IN THE OPEN 'Who said winter? The llattQst contradiction ever of fered to the December almanac, at any rate for 165 years, is given In the bas het of roses sent by a reader In tyde, Isle of Wight (says "The DaIly Mall,' on December 21). Hlorace Walpole boasted of a blossom on his nectarine tree on December 26, 1748; but his re cords all go by the board. We can overwhelm him with bouquets, and give him also fruit for his flowers. A IIsilshanm (Sussex) garden carries to-day slmoltaneouslv roses, mistletoe and apple, blossom, as strangely assor ted a trio of blossoms as ever gazed at one another out of doors across an English garden. Decorations for one Christmas table. it Is already arranged, are to consist of one huge bowl of real roses and one of "Chrlstmas roses." or hellebore, with a vase of sprays of ripe raspberries In the middle. Theo roses of the Isle of Wight lead th way.,There are stilli over sixty sorts of flowers out In a Hyde garden. Roses are ou...
Wear and Tear. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 19 February 1914
Wear and Tear. As the years roll on in their track less course, the stress and strain of modern existence slowly but surely have their effect, and, as we approach middle Illfe, most of us suller from ail ments, such as rheumatism, gout, neu ralgia, lumbago, eclatlca, anaemia, In digestion; blliousness, Jaundice, sick headache, general debilllty, gravel, stone and bladder troubles. The In oflclent action of the kidneys and liver is the prime factor when we out fer from one or more of these com plalnts, and in such cases it Is neces sary to restore the kidneys and liver I to health and activity ere a cure can be effected. Warner's Sate Cure eos sesses remarkable curative and restor atlive properties in kidney and liver disorders, and sufferers from any of the above-mentioned ailments are con fidently recommended to at once seek 'the aid of VWarner's Safe Cure in or der that the uric and biliary pooloes, tie retention of which causes the at fliction, may be removed from the eys tom, an...