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Merino v Colerainc. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 2 March 1914
Merino v Colerineo. Te Thismatch was. played in perfect woather on Saturday, and attracted a large number of. interested onlookers. Merino took- first use of tile wickets and remained until 142 runs had becn scored. The feature of the iitniugs was the mas torly play of R. M'Ewon, who, going in first, carried his but right through with omit giving the somblance of a ochance, for the bumper score of 106.. It was pro. nolunced an atll sides to be oue of the fin. eost, if not tle finest inhings ever played on the IMerino ground,- combiiaing as it did souind defence and vigorous forcing tactics, as occasion donmanded.- Ilils score included seven boundary hits. IIe was 'the only batsman of the side to.reach double figures. The last wicket partner ship was responisible for 61 runs. Oftthe Coleraino team, Wheeler stood oust prominenitly. IHe commenced spirit. cdly, but later settled dowan to a safe and solid game, and so continued till Ihe was thrown out, after lising compiled 44. I[e gave ...
Scientific Sight Testing. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 2 March 1914
Scientific Bight Testinig. Slolntitlo methodsn-and modern equip. meot enable Mr S. B. Abotomey;, tho well-known optician, to guaranteeo com fort and officiency. Consult him regard. Ing your eyes and for your. spectacles. Mir Abotomey will visit the distriot as follows:-Mt. Gambler, Friday and Satur day, March 13 and 14, at Jens's Hotel; Casterton, all day blondas, March 16, at Caoterton Hotel; Coleraine, all day Tuoes day, Moarch 17th, at Koroite Inn; Hamil. ton, Wednesday, March 18th, at Victoria Hotel.
Polluted Water. A Shocking Instance. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 2 March 1914
Polluted Wate:r. A Shocking [Instance; An incident which occurred on WedT nesday morning last should stir Glonelg Shire Councillors and Casterton people generailly to lose no more time.in making provision for supply of water to the town, from n source not liable" to con. tamination from town refuse in drainage. While water was being drawn from ond of the holes used for carting from for supply of tanks, a bag was drawn up hat evidently contained the decompos. ng body of some dead animal. On the bag being opened, it wao found-to eon lin the body of i dead tat, which had evidently been in the water for some ime. "Nuff said." Quite apart from :pecial risks, of this. kind,:it may be urged that all water nad milk usbd for drinking purposes at this 'time of the year should be boiled. before being used. Only by steady. adhereanco. to, this rnle eon people be free from risk of typhoid or simsliar diseases, for even rain Water tanks just now b?ao -almost in. variably deposits of 'dust and roo...
Leitch Pictures. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 2 March 1914
Leitch Pictures. Picture lovero are reminded that T.eitch Pictures will screen their long programme of the latest photo plays next Thursday night. The star attrac tions will be "Her Wedding Gown" a two-reel featuro by the Kalem Company, and "Trooper. Billy," a production by the Kalrm Company. Both these slb. jects are two-reel features. Eight other pictures will be shown, making in all ten carefully selected subjects. The first picture will be screened at 8.15, and the usunl price of admission will be charged,
The People's Party. Glenelg Electorate Committee. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 2 March 1914
The People's Party. Glenelg Electorate Com mittee.. . A meeting of 'this Committee was held at the Mechanics' on Thursday night, the President (Mr B. MoC. Lyon) in the chair, members present including Messrs Lyon and E. Templeton (Cole raine), W. P. Little and K. Nichol son (Casterton), Cr. Widdicombe and Mr G. Young (Wando Vale), Messrs W. Barton and J. Mc Konzio (Tahara), G. Northcott (Merino), J. Falkenberg(Byaduk), and F. H. Kilaby (Strathdownie). ENSUING SENATE ELECTIONS. The President reported arrange I ment between the People's Party, .People's Liberal Party, and Aus tralian Women's National League; Ito take a ballot, jointly, for soleo I tion of six candidates to contest the Senate election in the Liberal interest, in the event of a double dissolution, and called attention to the fact that only those who are financial members of one or other of the organisations on March 23 next, will he eligible to vote. In course of discussion, it was pointed out as especially desir able t...
A Remarkable Mistake. Church Case at Harrow. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 2 March 1914
A Remarkable Mistake.. Church Case at. Harro .: A case of great interest to tlheo rosidents. of the district was heard before.tie local" court at I[arrow on Thursday last bofore Mr Williams, P.M. Mary AntmFallon appeared to prosecute. Thomasa Heemint for wilful damage to her property uiider the value of £20 to wit, a look and chain which she had placed upon the ante of the Harrow RIoman Catholio Church property. Mr Abbott appeared for the defence. After hearing the evideneo o Mrs Fallon asnd her husband, and Mr Abbott in reply, the Bench dismissed the case on the ground thatn as the titl, to the Churchl property wsas in dispute, the Court had no jurisdiction in the matter. ; It appeared from the :evidi?nce -tliat many years ago. the late Mr.David Ed. gar presented a certain block of land in the township of Harrow to tho.Chuirch authorities. and the church. sns duly erected on the block. By some over sight the adjoining block of land was transferred to the OChurch, instead of the one...
Market Reports. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 2 March 1914
Market Reports. .The Australian Mercantile, Land and Finance Co., Ltd., report February 211th, 1914.: Sheepskins.-Averago supplies were submitted this 'week. For all well' grown crossbred pelts the market ad.i vanced (d to Id per lb. Hides.-Small supplies were broughti forward. Competition was keenl on all weights, and the market for goodi conditioned lines ruled Ad per lb int sellers' favor. Messrs Dalgoty & Co., Ltd., report,l February 25, 1914: Rabbits (headless) stale winter 8d to' 10Id ; grown 7 to8d ; does and &-grown! lihil to tihd; .kittens ctAd to 4td; mixed6dto;7d:?i 4 .`-- "j: - are Skids .?-fto 1/.b pB r do. i For Skins:--First Wnter 00/ to 108/" per doz.; second do. 10/ to 80/; per dozn.; third do 40/ to 50/ per doz ; do. faulty, 15/ to 10/ perdoz. ; summer 101/ o 30/ per doz. ;:sdamged, 31 to 10/.1 Bark : Blelic-Wattlo Goodl to prime; bundled. ""£'r"to " £7--'p er ton ; medium to mixed £3 to £4/ per ton ; silver wattle £2 to £4 per ton ; ap proved groun...
Casterton Court of Petty Sessions. Roster of Justices. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 2 March 1914
Casterton Court of Potty.., Sessions. Roster of Justices. March 5-Messers Hugher, Murroll and Little. March 12-Messrs Smith, Holmes and Carmichael. March 19-Messrs Ross and Veitoh. March 26-Mosers Davis and Someir ville. April 2-Messrs Hughes and Davis. April 9--Msers- Smith, .iRoss and Little. .April 16-Messers Somerville, Murrell and Jackson. April 23-Messrs Veitch, Holmes and Miller. May 7--Msers Smith and Murrell. May 14-Messrs Hughes and Somer. ville. May 21-Messers Veitch, Ross and Car michael. May 28--Messrs Holmes and Davis. June 4-Messrs Smith and Davis. Juno 11-Messrs Hughes and Bomer. ville. June 18-Mesers Holmes and Ross. June 25-Mesrs Murrell and Veltch, July 2-Messrs Smith, Hughes and Jackson. July 9-Messrs Ross, Davis and Little. July 16-Messrs Somerville, Murrell, and Veltoh. July 23-Masors Holmes,. Miller and 'Hughes. s Jnly 30-Messra HughesiBitb and Oskmiehael ?
[?] and Progress. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 5 March 1914
L.~uAZ 4ai-L P&AIkrugress. - . ... Nu n na thae sub ý L.A.. Atj~eIAAAog ssflLA o Au ur renl iseue ut this monthly, In course of which is discussed ,ispending renewal in the Federal W:ý wriap of the struggle etwi eh' the Liberal and "Labor parties, more particularly %Vth . bleC Ltot 1u.u, 01 tilt: r: :..er Lto r.ug 4u01ool a duUbA. .: a.,";. tort.,.... Irur11(II 1Cl t o o A :. .U, . 1 Algl All vu . Al Al. iYV tl N 1, . w U Sar IJ.ucI land loAAALA ly uaeu r'ý*"A .r.Lua is now ruv~ttcd to ati... UA.I'IAIA5A~su ' ty Sulssjhe ha,. tbeAu reduced, P :IAUWIAuuw q autusralicaaA unsaeem hsj t 4t1riae.d, while is. the additlonau& factor of a mu d irom werlca, caused r.t gi ev, fi s'"in tse: Uaitsd Islna. now insufficient to !ds.,d the:i. han d. pu'r- ara
How to Test for Butter-Fat. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 5 March 1914
AiQw. o I'resl for nutter-?at It is a comparatively simphl mauer.to determme the amouni ol bulter-fat a cow. producers. A Very ou0o method recommezlde by "itardl's :.Latryman," is t&lt; weahi and take a sample cf milk oiabch cow in the nerd one dal eac Lamunth. 'roum the day's re curd it may be calculated hoiw much tat I?e animal will product ain a moiutb an trum the monthly ~ records may be determineld til "early rpluction. .ht %imple: If a cow pro Sduces 25lb or 4 per cent. milk or ,-Ab.1 June, it means that bshe pro .suucrs lb 'eof butter-tat on that ,y., o3IOlb for the month. Tner oin 15;6,Jiily. the milk may be irejgbi?d:da?d,tested, and when thi cuw ?nall have completed her year's Work the twelve mounthly ;pruouLtions may be totalled. The utaumpulaton of Lhe Babcock tuat ' cuiomparatively simple, but in structions should be received trulu someone eXperienced in the u1s Lvauu ou thas test.
The Danger of Worms. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 5 March 1914
-The Panger of Worms. thomauqb and intestinal Worms irg. a u Oii the most cuiumonI -' alplrte throughrout Australia. ia ? is Y ya pkimary cause, Lr S mrbmi be produced by con tigption, or through the eating o01 Itiefood or food improperly cooked. There is also the.possl bility of their introduction into the System in the form ot cysts or grerms in fruit and meat, so that all classes of the community, ir rspeactive of age, arelliable to this complaint. It is not alone the irritation and annoyance caused these parasitical animals that in fest the stomach and bowels, but the morry seriouse, consequences hihob fdllow that must be kept In view. From the highly organ ised and 'ensitive parts which theL .ccpupy, Worms give rise to I _Wge ?9psttitutional derange menus, and prodace a variety of aTjp oms4 particularly affecting t?briomach and head. Many cases of Convulsions, Epilepsy, Hy.seria, St. Vitus' )Daucue, Melancholia, Nervous Diseases su?a even Insanity, have resulted from 'hlus'caus...
Salvation Army Harvest Festival. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 5 March 1914
E-i lvtion Army. ? aiveet Festival. Harvest Festival services con dueted by Lieuts. Holtgrain and Walker, of the Salvation Army, -were held at the Oddfellowe Hall, on Sunday morning. and evening. Tb? Festival was continued and concludedon Monday night, when I.c-OuL,.Holtgrain occupied the i.r-'tameeting when harvest -"ie dialogues, &o. were rend S.iby the children, and there was fine display of harvest pro duce, whilob was subsequently . dispomsdof at Dutch auction, Mr W. boesfe kindly officiating as bon. auctioneer. lietreebhments were provided at . ?; N;ll presided over by Mes da,,ue it ay ward and J Cameron, ?,nu uIe Ice Cream stall at which Lieut. Holtgrain was in r.barge. The itews given by the children were very much enjoyed, and the officers in charge expressed their hearty thanks to all who had con -ributed produce, and otherwise helped to make the Festival a success, including Miss Annie Hughes. who had trained the . ohildren, who carried out so well their pert in M...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 5 March 1914
to Meet The times.-! em now pusttng oapmy feanon B.C .m LLUBK cougb, Astii, a.nd ronchltis OurO (worth " chemist end Druggist =v " · · tGuinea a bottle) in mottle. 1.. go, and Be per bottle Oestsrton. Why Suffer the Torture's of INDIGESTION BILIOUSNESS, HEADACHES, CONSTIPATION. Why should you Indigestion, bilious- to complete the work of restoring your ness, headaches. constipation, can be WI IHE N |.lost atrength. Give the remedy a fair removed and their return prevented, by .W chance, persevere with it, take the doses aMother Seigel's Syrup. This Ias been regularly after your meals, atd you will proved time and time again by people it soon begin to feel better One.by one who have slffered as you, doubtless enough, are now the distre.in symptotns o stmac.l and liter trouble - sufering. Mother Scibel's Syrup is rorld-famouS as a wi diotppear. Ancp,? ten ayo are fule rs.tored .to herbal tni, which i In tlth last forty years l aill sapper. AnI hen you astre oodlly reore to tens of tho...
Ballarat Stock Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 5 March 1914
Ballarat Stock Market. Eat Cattle.-Light yarding, only 205 head. For quality competition ruled brisk, prices firming slightly on those of the previous week, closiig strong, whilst for other descriptions a. fair demand existed at late rates. Quotations :-Prime pens bullocks to £12/10, extra to £14/7/6, good to £11. aseful to £9/ 10, prime cows to £9/10, extra to £11/S, good to .07/10, useful to Averages.-- 3essrs Stock Bros. Cam. manis Sandford 0 bullocks £12/0/9. . Calves.- 66 yarded, of alldescriptions. For all good and prime vealeirs a keen demand existed, prices improving slightly. Best to'£5. . S:theep.- 5759 l to Ihad. For, best qualities ?ery litl t, if aliy , decline in values can be giioted, whilst. for ewes in lamliof siiitolle age~, high prices wetre realised. Quotations.-Prime cros. tIred wethers to-20l/6, extra to 21/, odd sheep toi 26l/,: good to -18/6, uieful to 1it/.,prime eiwes to 18/6, extra to 21/:1, goIo to It1/0, good nierino 'ethers to 17j' ti' seful to 1t/ti.. ...
Casterton News Printed MONDAY & THURSDAY EVENINGS THURSDAY, MARCH 5, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 5 March 1914
Pnnted MONDAY & THURSDAY EVENINGS THURSDAT, MAIICII 5, 1011. Our Water Famine. The Ory tor Relier. IN a letter iublioled in the "Argus" of eosterday, a correspondoent signing him self "Traveller" indulges in punges.t Iriticism on thle present situation of tlhis ownu, after what hie doeacribea as 20 years fiddling" by the Council with the ques ion otf. water supply. ,d'Travoller'iis ot precisely sccurate:jan; all his,laite. n'ents, but his description of the sltua. ion is, noevertheles, fully :jutisledtby he facls of thi coase. HIo merely indeeds. spresas.in diferrent words, what has een said in this journal oh scores of oa. asions, as to the crying need foi adb. aote and properly distributed supply of oater, and the dbligation of CGuncillors; o leave no stone untrned, sand to .per alit no unnecessary delay in locating ii ihitb,le source of supply, getting esti late of cost, antd-if the estimated ex. penditure he within reasonable limits laking the soltliou of the ratepayers,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 5 March 1914
To Meet The tlmwe- a eiil jate unmy VeWrnon n. U .MAlIW I -i . t Cough, Amthma, and Onaohftf Onare (¶orth a Uhanaft and DruKgmet Oulnon abottlo)) In lottlis, In. de, and 3n por Itlo, . (laneutou. REXONA: The TRapid 'Healing Ointment cures with remarkable rapidity Sores. Ulcers Durns, Cats, Bruises, Eczema, Chilblains. atid',all Diseases of the Skin. Sold ia triangular pots at ls. Od. and 3e. . Publisher's Notices. SAltorntios to Stahding" Advor tisements can not -be guaranteed in sertion ii tbr following issueo uinlaess lodged:at this ofilee iot later than 1l p.i, on a 'edniisday or Saturday. Ailenito instrhetioni ai to the iium-s her of insaertlloi rriirtiul ill be: published condtiruinely till cointor i:. iiaoud r oj il i ,i?, Si:i8aubsdribera iire r Otl to :iOi igitl nif-tli?ythis stle?of an? do lay iiiulehulivory. I tlio case of late deli very wle fowarle tlroiili ltae Post Ofic;, asubsoriboro ar nleat-re s oil to forwaril the wrapp>er to:tis otIere in order to feollitilte nq...
Proposed Strathdownie Telephone. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 5 March 1914
lProposed Strathldo?lwi? .Telephone. Mr A. S. Rodgers. M.P. hal forward. ed totthe President of Glenelg Shire a letter received fron the" Poslmaster General (ifon. Agar Wynne, ,f.P.) in awhich it is intimated that instruetions have been issued for ia detailed inspec. tion of the route of the .proposed tole. phone line from Casterton to Strathl downie, so that the cost involved may be nscertanined. If the lepnrtmentnalolieers will condescend to be guided by the ad. vice of practical residents nequainted with the conduct of works. of this kind in the district, they will find, as was the sne with the Derghohn Itelephono .line, that very large savings can be made on usual departmental estimates, withoutlin any way reducing the quality and solidity of the line constructed.
Casterton State School Election of Committee. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 5 March 1914
Castetrton Statti School ^ Elentlion tf Counnu ittee. , Tle selection of seven eitdidoates for d'nomination for oppointlment iB tirn :Covcruor-in-Coitnil to constitlte IthI C.asterton Statu Srchool Comnmnittr fT.r :thet onsling tht years ao aInde f tli a.Bllotent innhtitg of itlnrr l t . otliislo 0' Monttonday nihtl. Tl'it Itteting wats , itc'orditlt to pirolorcsl t rtorn m iivi'ir bly tlhe heat 'io Ttrnlni. ttr Cl. 1. W~ottts. Fton, whtto nctld ais l tK.litrning Ollorer in conduct of iro retn, ti wthit intoirli.,l ioirtit»ng ai ,.olot fjor t.tl',,tiot if stn' nit .Messrs I). Chittlic anil . W .I. F.ell tor'P .on ltie iutiott of Mf.'io It(. U. (lilirr ti assitL in tnluitu tlte ilnllol. Of thte stevi inmembtrt of Itte rot inig Ut. miitti-tllhe irsl.t Cnsttrton oStit Sitol Cnuiteudrthel exiqtinga usystem.- 'tij- .Mc. otrs 1). 1. tlohi'0 011n h. t(. eith tttlitto to titept. nttitttiitolit y'It^ remniniing ||p-IHr Skiinnr, *;earW IE. D.Gaizznrl, W. P. L~ittie .1I *.& Morphtorson...