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Casterton News Printed MONDAY & THURSDAY EVENINGS THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 26 February 1914
Printed MONDAY & THURSDAY- EVENINGS TItURDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1914. O ,-ago 4 in this issue is given, in full, the exhaustive and highly intoresoatingre port of Mr J. Alfred Griffiths, B.Sc.; E.A.M I.C.E., submitted to the Shire Council to-day, on catchment areas west of the town, where possibly sources of water supply for the town may be located. Readers are advised to keep this issue for reference, as the report will be the subject of discussion later on in connection with proposals to establish a water supply system for Caeterton and the information given is very valuable. In the same part of the paper are given "Notable Bowling Feats," "Madame Maggle Stirling" and other news items. The A. Marshall, whose name was menliuned in last issue In report of leclsion of the Bench in the case of Berkefeldv Marshall, Is not A. Marshall I 'f Casterton, but a resident of another estnt. ThO State Schools nature study and T picnic exourlon to The Hummocks me has been further postponed til...
SPORTING. Cricket. Wednesday Association. C.Y.M.S. v PRESBYTERIANS. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 26 February 1914
SPORTING. -`: Cricket.i? Wednoesdaty AssoBeatitori. C.Y.M. . v PRESB1 TEUTA1S. Interedt in thb ultimtof;result of the season's competltion hi. theod niatolies was Increased by the otitudnfe or the match played yeiteoiday. between taanie repreeentlng. ihose olbs, which" now stand levIel in tlo lead with 16 points each to credit. Batting ?irst for the Preebytoerians; J)tdtnne' put utp thb riepoolt able score of 29, and R: U, Miller viltlh 10 also got into double figures, while Jawelo made 6. 'Thle rest of the.tontc, hlewover, munted poor showing" againstdtho bowling of. Donovann and Scanlan, who took ro. spootivoly 4 wiokets for 6 runs and 4 for 17, the innings closing with total at 48 runs. -The O.Y.M.S. batsmen easily topped this score, running their own to 10t and ieintligg by. 53 runs. For the winners, C. Ourries 2 (not.out), Grills 21 (5 fours and a sinlo), and Mnattlhele 10 did best with the bat, the most eucoessful of the opposing bowlers being R. 0. Mil. leor, who wound up wit...
This Formula Really Makes Hair Grow. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 26 February 1914
This Formula Really Makes Hair Grow. Some time ago I road. in a paper a formula for a preparation which was claimed to destroy the dandruff germ and to strongly stimulate the hair growth. In spite of the fact that I had already tried many- preparations without hoenefit, and my hair was thin asnd falling out very fast. I decided to give tihe forolat a trial. Accordingly I got my chemoist to put up 3 ounces of Bay Ruml, 1 ounce of Lavona do Composes, and fI dram of lionthol Crystals, and applied it rogularly cvery morning alnd right, rubbing care ftlly illto tim scalp with tihe ioger tips. Much to my delight and astonishment the intolerable itching ceased with the first applloation, the dandruff disappeared, tho falling out of tihe hair stopped o?m pletely, lnd by the time I hnd usertd foer bottles I hadl t finer, longer, and more luxuriant growthl of hair than I over had before. I have since recommended this formula to many of my friends with equally wonderful results. I understand t...
S.S. Committee Election. Monday Night Next. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 26 February 1914
S.S. Comnittee Electjon. ' lolndan Night Next., A menieting of parents of children at tending thd solhool ii to be hidt at the Casterton Sfnte school on Monday night 'next, fnrelh 2, for the iprpose of selecl ing seven meibers to be nominated for appointment to serve as the school Cotn. mittec for the ensuing three years. Members of the existing Committee retire on expiration of. their :(erm of office at end of this week, on Saturday next, but are eligible for re-election. They have nothing to do with arrange. ments for election of the newr Committee, it being provided under departmeltal regulation that at the end of each trite. ninl period, the Head Teacher of each school shall convene a meeting of par ents and take all necessary steps to notify parents of the meeting. In this case, Mr GI iE Wollaston has notilfied parents by frequent annollncellltct to the children at school, and also boy ir. cular to each parent, so that the fullesti publicity has been given to the place, date an...
Scientific Sight Testing. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 26 February 1914
'Scienlfle Sight TeRting. SBlentilfo methods and modern equip mient enable Mr S. B1. Abotomoy, the well-known optician, to guarantree coen fort and efficiency. Consult him regard. lng your eyes and for your opetach. Mr Abotomey will visit the district as follaws:-Mt. Gaomoler. Friday and Satur day, March 13 and 14, at .len's holot: Oasterton, all day Monday, Marclh i, at Casterton Hotel; Coloraine, all day Tues day, March 17th, at Koroite Inn: Hlamil ton, Wednesday, March 1cth, at Victoria Hotel.
Glenelg Shire Council. This Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 26 February 1914
Glenelg Shire Council. . ----- Ti'lts Day. P'rosetit: Tlie Isrlddsit (.Cr ..: Ross) ill lie' chhir, Cis. . tLtitlo,;.. '7s. Scott, D. Boyle, T. Ctirmilhabil,, L;' Koch, A. Mitchell, L. O'Conanell, A; ees, J. W. *Widdicombo, anid G. Norllicott. IBATLPAY0Et'. REQIMcEoTO T. Warren, Sandford asked attention to bad state on thoroughtfare on 0 chain road stating that about 10 elhain of slooting, were' required.--lt' was agreed on the niotion of Cre: Mitclhell dod North cott that tenders he called for 10 chains shooting on the 6 chain road and 8 chains on Sandford-B.algaIllh road S. E. of ieeoo sheeted last year, near Mr J. Mc~ormacks. SDUi?tOlRaN ROADta, Tihe Seoeitry Clodr Soletmnoenlt Boarid informed the Counoil that amount advanced on loan for making these roads would be repayable on 40 hail yearly. establishmeonts, with interest at 4di per cent, per annum. and in the event of an instalmont not being- paid within six weeks of due date, a penalty of six per cent can be imposed. The unpa...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 26 February 1914
To IMeetThe turns, a..o atm nowcbiti( (whmortn (Jhezntnt Stll Dugs AeW' · 8'CoCdthmq, w id aronohltýCr wrh OeltadDug ;," 4 .;-° ;.. >,.- · Clttha a bottle) in Bottles. n. , ndsl r ii% oro r otoltem l t nt ortons Sunday Shooting. It is an offence under the Police Of. fences Act to carry or diacharge firoarms on any Sunday, and anyone convicted of such an offence is liable to heavy fine and forfeiture of any weapons found in his possession. We aro asked by sl Policeo to direst special attention to this fact, be. cause in the event of anyone being do. tocted in shooting, or carrying arms to shoot on a Sunday, prosooution and pun ishmelt will follow, and the desire is to avoid necessity for action by calling pub. lie attention to the provisions of the law in this matter. Close Season for Quail. Need for this special warning has arisen, through MIarch 1, nominally open. ing day for quail shooting this season, falling on a Sunday, and the Police have reason to anticipate that some peop...
The Australian Fleet. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 26 February 1914
The Anst;alian Fleet. The warships which eanstitlute the Ausntratlia Navy, made their first ap pearanee, as the fleet inn its entirety in IlaHo?on's Bay to-day. II. .A.S. Mel hourne, was in the Bay on Tuesday last, when site took oan hoard from the mail steamer the tnew Governor of Victoria. Sir Ariti'r Lyulph Stanlley, Lady Stanley, and suite, afterwards trans. ferring the Vice-regal party to the Ilygein, which landed them at St Kilidn pier. The flagship, I[.A.M.S. Australia and the new cruiser, Sydney, with the destroyers Yarra, Paramatta and War. rago entered Port Phillip Heads at ahollt 2 p.m~,, and joined by the Mel. hourne proceeded tip to Itobsons Bay where ithe Ilagship anchored near the Gellibrand lightsntip, and the other ves. ases near the Port Melbourne pier.
Madame Maggie Stirling. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 26 February 1914
Maidanle Maggie Stirlinlg. Mr Faulkner Smith, the Mel bourne concert director, an nounces with pleasure that he has made arrangements with that great favourite, Madame Maggie Stirling, for pi tour of Victoria, at the same time introducing her talented daughter, Mary, who is leaving shortly for Europe on the advice of Madame Clara Butt. Madame Butt thinks so much of Miss Mary Stirling that she is going to introduce her to the London and German public. It isprobably a unique fact, that a leading Australian singer, as Madame Stirling undoubtedly is, should have a daughter who is apparently destined to become a great, if not a greater, vocalist than her mother. An excellent company has been engaged, to appear with them, and popular nrinns will be charueil.
St. James', Wando Vale. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 26 February 1914
In theaftetioson. thise churcli, which was; also: tastofully" decorated for the occasion,.was' densely crowded. The Vicar preached here from St. L-uko VIIE5,. A. sower went forth to sow," instancing the varying results in pro duce of the seed according to the charac. "ter of the seed bed, the care exercised in its cultivation, and the nourishment it received during the period of plant growth. Continuing, the preacher touched on the goodness and generosity of God to his creatures, evidenced in the pro. dacts of harvest, and.their perennial re minder in the harvest of each year of the dependence of mail upon God, and of God's claim to universal gratitude in the bountiful provision ever made to meet man's needs.
A GREAT SUFFERER FROM DISEASED KIDNEYS AND GRAVEL. QUICKLY CURED BY DR. SHELDON'S GIN PILLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 26 February 1914
A GREAT SUFFERER FROM DISEASED KIDNEYS AND GRAVEL. QUICKLY CURlD BY D1. SHIILDON'S GIN PILLS. "I have been agreat sufferer for many years with Diseased Kidneys, Gravel and Scalding" writes Mrs. K.O'Grudy,. 8 Clayton-street, Belinain, N.S.W. 'At times I was so bad I could not do my work. The pains in my back were us severe in the morning that I was unable to got out of bed without assistance, and when I stooped to pick anything up, it was with great difficulty that I could stralghten myself again. I always felt languid and irritable. I tried many different kinds of remedies but derived no benefit wlhatever. One day I was speaking to a lady friend and she strongly advised me to try Dr. Shlldons Gin Pills. I thought they would be just the mnmo as the other remedies, but I am happy to say that they are the best pills I have ever come across, for after taking tihe first dose I felt greatly relieved, andl I continued taking them, and after a small course I felt comnletly cured. All the pa...
Harvest Festivals. Christ Church, Casterton. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 26 February 1914
" ia vr est Feyt ivails. .iLJhrist Chiircil, Uasterton. ,.'ThanksgJiving for tlhe bointies of har ,t·s was tiaford at spi~ial sservices hlild *a this Church onl Sundany lHst, morning and evenijg. The interior of the build. ing was, according to custonm, decorated throughlou, and with especial appropria teness, heads of oitl-tllio staple graoin ppoductof this district--were the most prominent features in the dceorative chiemo, which included also display of frtits an4d vegetables, with, however flowrs, owing to present scarcity of blooms, .loss in evidenco thlin uisual: Music, suitable to the general tenor of tile servico, was rendered by the choir, .conducted by Mr L. It. Slade, and con grogation, with Miss Janics presiding n.,tllo organ, tlie isitliem given both miorning and evening being Simper's "Ifo Wateroct the Hfills." In Ilie norning tho preacher was the Curate, liov. C. I. Cialmers, who took for his text St. Mattlhev, XXIV-34: "While tho earth remaineth, seed time and harros...
News in Brief. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 26 February 1914
News in Brief. A surfing fatality occurred at Green hills, Southland. New Zoealond on Satur day. A hoy numod Soar, aged 17 years, was carried seaward "by the undertow. Mr Galloway, a physical inetructor, and a strong owimomr, vent to his aesistance, and reached him, but was unable to return. Both wore curried out to sea and drowned. Several lifcboatsmon lost their lives when endeavoring to save the crew of a schooner which was wrecked off the Southern Irish Coast in a tempest. DISORDERIED LIVER. "For disordura of the liver and stoaclh there is o bIetter medicine than Chacober laia's Tloablets," writes Mlrs M. J. Watson, Emerald, Queensland. "I suffered with bad headaches caoused by a disordered liver. latarieog my customera spook so hilghly of Chumberlaill'a Tublets I thought I would try what they would do for meo. After the first ofew dloses I noticed all in proveoment, na afterI had taken a couple of boxes fontd meyself quite relieved of iheoadaches, wrichl had .net returned Sold ...
Languid and Depressed. Owing to Biliousness and Chronic Indigestion. Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills Effect Great Change. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 26 February 1914
Lan, guld and De pressed. Owing to Biliousness and jhronic Indigestion. Dr. 'iorse's Indian Root Pills Effect Great Change. "For years," writes Mr Charles Hill, of Talbot, "I was troubled with Biliousness and chronic indigestion. Everything I ate disagreed with me. I grad ually became worse and was lan guid, depressed, and had no strength or energy, and during this period I obtained practically no relief from many medicines and treatments I tried. As a last resource I was advised by a friend to try Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills, and in a few days I began to improve, and by the time I had taken the sixth bottle all my illness and distress had van ished. I am now in my 69th year, and have not suffered from Biliousness or any othe' disorders during the past two years, thanks to your valuable remedy. I shall always recommend them to my'friends, and you may use this testimony for publication in any way you please."
Wedding Bells. Goodes—McCabe. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 26 February 1914
Wedding Bells. Goodes-McCabe. The marriage of Miss Elsie Jane McCabe, seventh daughter of Mr Charles McCabe, Bushell's Creek, to Mr David Goodes, son of Mrs Goodes, Sandford, was celebrated on Tuesday last at the residence of the bride's par ents. The bride looked remarkably well, gowned in cream cheviot, beauti fully trimmed, and wearing the orthodox veil and wreath of bridal blossoms and was attended by her sister, Miss M McCabe, as bridesmaid. The best man was Mr Anthony Gasperino. The officiating clergyman was the Rev. F. Stillwell, R.D. Vicar of Christ Church, who presiding subsequently at the wed ding breakfast at which Mr and Mrs McCabe entertained a numerous com pany of guests, gave the toast of "Bride and Bridegroom," to which the Bride groom responded. The Rev. C. H. Chalmers proposed "The Bridesmaid," for whom Mr A Gasperino responded. In the evening, Mr and Mrs MfcCabe entertained a large number of friends at a dance, which proved an enjoyable finale to the wedding festi...
A HINT OF VALUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 2 March 1914
A HINT OF VALUE. Those who get on in the world are those who never fail to take a valu able hint when it comes their way. Here is a hint which may prove of great vanlue to yon. - Mrs. Angus Spring, Bahgallah, near Casterton, says:-"Some time ago I obtained fDonn's lanekecha Kidney Pills at Miller's PIhWrmaey. a remedy I was advised to to tke for severe pains in the hack. from which I had been suffering for n long time. I wan very bad at the time, e.vd biuld scnrcely got about. The first and only medicine I ever got to gir moe ease nwas Doan's Backacho Kidneloy ills. They have given me :greT ,rlslw, and 1 cannot speak toe Lughly4 L,.?, as a kidney remedy. I ant u.er ca .i.uLI uuc ,/al tor havinr tLaie. a -idU . ., e a . , are invaluable ti L?t tuls ponlr be faatcned in yous inindil-"A'csaho ~ ia kidney sche, anc if tiegloctod, hbings in its train all tine horrors of advanced kidney disasase.' Doan' ackaoho: Kidney Pills curet Lr'es hpriag. "A word to the wise ii enougu." ', They are ...
Rabbit Destruction. Meeting at Corndale. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 2 March 1914
1tabbit Destruction. Meeting at Corndale. On Wednesday, a largo num ber of the district landholders met at the Corndale school to dis cuss the beet means of dealing with the rabbit problem. Mr Jas. McComhe, of Deep Creek and Condah. occupied the chair, and after he had given an account of the satisfactory work done by a Rabbit Suspression Club at the atter place, of which he had been a member, it was unanimously acreed to form a similar club at ,orndal., to give landowners a ":i onr.. of taking united action .aninst the post. After agreeing on the means of destruction to be used, it was decided to hold another meeting next week, at which aCommittee will be formed and Stewards anopointed to re port on the result of the future work.
Strikes. Record for 1913. Workers' Losses for £288,101. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 2 March 1914
Strke... .... Record for 1913. Workers' Losses for £288,101. The completion of the returns for the last quarter of 1913 has enabled the Commonwealth Statistician (Mr G. H. Knibbs) to present . particulars regarding strikes and lockouts throughout the Commonwealth during last year, which is the first complete year for which systematic in formation has boon collected, as to industrial disputes in Australia. Mr Knibbs states that on the notification of a dispute, forms are despatched, under the pro vision of the Census and Statis tics Act 1905, to the parties of the dispute, separate forms being sent to the employers, trade unions and employers' association (if any concerned). If the in formation given by one side of the controversy substantially agrees with that given by the other side, the facts are consider ed accurate. If there are dis crepancies. further investigation is made, and the matter deter mined as judicially as possible, making the summarised result to agree, not necessar...