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A Real Home Lesson. Father and Daughter Heal Their Cuts and Scalds with Zam-Buk. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 5 March 1914
A Real l ome Lesson. Father and Daughter Heal Their Cuts and Scalds with Zatm-Bulk. In thousands of homes Zam Buk is daily demonstrating its wonderful utility as a first-aid for accidents. Rnmarkable sooth ing, and antiseptic properties make Zam-Buk the ideal healer for cuts, bruises, burns. scalds, sprains, etc. Zam-Buk subdues pain antd inlflammlation, prevents fostering, and ensures a speedy and perfect relief. The experience of Mrs. U. S. Boys, Cawthorne St, Southwark, Adelaide, is a typical instaone. "My children," she says, "are always in the wars, but, thanks to Zamn-Buk, their injuries are speedily healod. My little girl Thelma fell and cut her knee-cap. The wound was very deep and for a few days shle was practically a cripple. Ordinary remedies did her no good. I then appliedZanm. Buk, which in a few days healed her knee splendidly. "My eldest daughter, Kathleen, soverely scalded her arm with steam from the kettle. Her arm blistered up in a fearful manner, but a prompt appl...
Temperance Corner. Boys and Cigarettes. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 5 March 1914
Temperance Corner. S [CONTRIBUTED.] Boys and Cigarettes. That the smoking of cigarettes is not only leading hundreds of boys to the public-house, but also loads many into crime is a fact. The effects of cigarette using by boys would be a startling re velution to many of their mothers if they understood the alarming proportions to which it has grown. I read the other day what a magistrate in New York said while on the bench. He had thirty-five boy prisoners before him: thirty-three of them were confirmed cigarette smokers. And to-day, he said, I have made the gruesome discovery that two of the largest cigarette, manu facturers in this country soak their produce in a weak solution of opium. The fact that out of thirty-five prisoners thirty-three sn.oked cigarettes might seem to indicate some direct connection between cigarettes and crime. Thousands ot these cigarettes are sent to this country; and as opium is like whisky, it creates an increasing appetite that grows with what it feeds...
Merino Cemetery Trust. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 5 March 1914
Merino Cemetery Trlust. A meeting of the cemetery trustees was held on Saturday; present, Mr T. E. Silvester (chair), Messrs E..A. Grant, W. H. Black burn, F. Coulson, and D. W. Brook. Correspondence for the guid ance of trustees as to their duties and powers, also instructions from the Board of Health, were read. Statement of accounts showed credit balance of £7 4s 3d. It was agreed on the motion of Mr Brock that an estimate be obtained of cost of a dressing room about 8 ft x 4 ft, with win dow, doors, etc. It was decided on the motion of Mr Coulson that Mr A. E. Grant act with Mr Blackburn on sub-committee to report upon the condition of the ceometery at the end of eaqh quarter. The caretaker, Mr R. Fitzgib bon, .who . was anxious to resign. some time back through ill-health intimated that he had now .improved so much that he would continue his duties at the cemetery for the present. Agreed that the trustees meet at the cemetery on Tuesday March 10, to see what it is nec essary to...
News in Brief. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 5 March 1914
News in Brief. Hamilton borough council has decided to support the ulauso proposed an an Samendment to the Thistle Act that the Government hobe required to cut thistles on r), Crown lands. k Fobruary gold yield in W.A. wa l103,305 V. fine ounces, of the valueo of438,812. T'Ile total is 8,718 oz. less than the previous imonth's return, and 2.318 oz. more than that of February last year. TAKE NO OTHER. ro For nine years I suftered with a liver t disorder anl tried nloSluorous nlodiuitsa, obtainilg very little relief,'"writs ri a d. Esther J. Colea, Major' Creek, N.S.W. ci "After taking Chiamherlain's Tablots tU regularly for at fortnight I founod I was greatly benelited, and am niow conpletely restored to health. My father, who is I- 70, is an invnlid amli is troubled with cen. elitnation, but mas sbtaiincl the groatect if boneslt from Cinnmberlain'e 'i'alet:ls. Iatllher thou use iany othler imedicine wo Ihaveu often sent into Bridwood, thai itis e O miles away, for Chinleurlaion'n o ...
Farmer and Grazier. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 5 March 1914
uarmer and Grrazier. The current issue of this eminently practical journal is to hand from the publishers. It opens with an instructive article on "The Laying Leghorn," which emphasizes the important fact that a great mistake is made by anyone who imagines that all Leghorns are profitable egg lay ers, pointing out that only Iy securing specially good egg-lhying strains of the breed, and culling out unprofitable hons, can good re suits be obtained. In other parts of the issue is given information with regard to a great variety of subjects associated with the farm ing.and grazing industries. A little boy named Miles, whilst re turning from a neighbor's house, at Bright, on Friday, trod on a esnake, which wound itself round his log. Several youths who were near by uncolledthe snake, which fortunately did not bite the child.
Clearing Sale. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 5 March 1914
Clearing Sale. P. Learmonth and Co report holding a highly successful clear- ing sale on account of Mrs H. M. Virgoe on the property, Bogolara, Dergholm, on Tuesday 17th Feb- ruary. There was a splendid at- tendance, of buyers and bidding for the sheep was very keen, 1000 merinos selling at highly satisfactory prices. Included in the yarding were some nice lines of young sheep, for which there was keen competition. Four hundred and twenty live 4 and 6-tooth wethers shorn made 11/1; 252 2 and 4-tooth ewes and &nbsp; wethers, hand shorn and in nice condition. 12/11 ; 100 6-tooth wet- hers, 10/4; ewes and lambs, mixed 10/3 ; xbd and cbk lambs from 6/9 and various others at market rates. The plant, implements, furni- ture etc brought satisfactory prices. . - CURE THAT COLP BON NINQTON IRISH MOSS5 NEVER FAILS
Zillah Harrison Entertainers. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 9 March 1914
SZillahl Harrison Ein tertainers. 'Tomorrow (Tuesday) night. in the Casterton Mechanics' Institute, oppor. tunmity will be afforded of hearing the brilliant Sydney soprano, Miss Zillah Harrison, who has achieved several very big successes in the Sydney town hall. -Miss Harrison will not Ibe.the only draw to-morrow .night, as anI excellent and very evenly balanced company of eight versatile entertainers will support her. The programme has a unique variation fron tlhat usually associated with star rvocalists, inasmuch ns it embodies a pleasant sprinkling of novelty, inter spersed with good cleanl comedy. Tlie box plne for reserves is nt .fames'. Ilent.? Street:
Scientific Sight Testing. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 9 March 1914
Scientific Sight Testing. Scientifli methods and modern equip. ment enable Mr S. B. Abotomoy, the well-known optician, to guarantees com fort and efficiency. Consult him regard iag youreyes and for your opectnclos. Mr Abotomey will visit the district as follows-Mt. Oambier, Friday and Satur lay, March 13 and 14, at Jens's Hotel: Casterton, all day- Monday, March 16, at Casterton Hotel; Coloraine, all day Tues day, March 17th, at Koroite Inn; Ilamil. ton, Wednesday, March 18th, at Victoria Hotel.
Merino Association. A.N.A. v FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 9 March 1914
A.N.A. v FARMER.FS. The , fo1rtIi intmh betwreen tlhese lenths waos pinted oni the factory ogranlnd oni V\\edneisdl , iwihen the farmers, for the first time thlis eason, turned the tables io iheil, oppoettls. wnitiing by.J3 r?ns. For thi' winners B. Bt.nscoe (1'7), Word (13) and t'tGuinness (10) showed good criket, wlhilst Dr M3orton (ll).lRanson (10) and liollhrd (9), performed best for the loers, lCohn Iowled splendidly for the A.N.A., nas did (lui for the dnirymen. Scores wetl': A.N.A. M'Alpinte, c B. Enscoc, t Gull, 1 ; Dr Morton, b Etnscoe, 11; I[ollard, b Gull, 9 ; nRason, It Enseoe,.10;. Ros.. e and h Ettrneoe, 1; Thompson. c L. Enscoe, It Grill, 0; ICing,b oGull, i1?; Koolm, c ,Ward, bI Gull, 7; Livingstone, b Enscoe, 2; 11. Davis, b Gull, 2 ; W. Davis. not out, I; Sundries, 0; Total, It. Bowling : Gull ft for 22: I. Etnscoe, 4 for 22. DAIlRYMEN. Ward, Ibw, b Klohn, 1:1 ; Sunderland, b llolltrd, 2; L. Enseoc, run out, 2; B. Ensoce, run out, 17; 31'Guinness, lbw, b Lohlt, 0; ...
Wednesday Association. PRESBYTERIANS v CHRIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 9 March 1914
We.dnesdayI AsRoelcint lo. PR'IESBYTERIA.NS v CfIRTST CIIURCI f. Thie loenl competftion will be conlinued on Wednesday, when the above teams meet in the last game of the second round. Tihe Presbyterian team hals two ,channes of securing the premiership (either I ' winning or making a draw of the match), while if Christ Churelh get a victory, it will mean playing another single round between the three teama. IThe teams will he picked froni the fol. lowig:-- - I reshyterinals:--R. C. 'Miller, W. 1)ntlte, 'Dr Deravin, K. Ewen, .T. Watt, ,J. Dorward,. W. Kell, W. .fames, A. ' l)onall, ]1ev K. Porster, 1. Tlarrow, P. ICeard, Stewart. .1. Badame, Livock. Christ CUhrclh.-.1.Tibbl.ca, I. Smith, I,' and E. lames. Wood, Inawden. Ed rich. O'Neill. Itayes, Abbott, Edgar, Nicholson. Iieaehey. alld Waters.
Digby beat Merino. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 9 March 1914
IDlgby beat Merino: The Digby tentri, .drilr: has been un, forta?nat this season, seordd i win by10 runs against Maerino at Digliy on Btnr. day, Simkin (26),. A;'Burgess (1t), ,. Burgess (13), Clarke (12) and Shaw (10) contributing double fligro scores to the total of ?1). Brool (20 not :ont); Elliott nod Ranson 17 each, and Ensene 1.1 did best with the hat for Mferinn. Senres: DIGB1'. A. jurgeoss, Elliottb NacLeod... 14. S. Simkiin; bUiMaoLeod ' . .., 26 . Burgess, ogaEndcoe li MpCI eood.. 13 MacLena, a M'Alpine, b Elliott... Coego, a .M'Gnuiness, b MacLeod.. 7 Clarke, o and b Elliott .. :12 Shaw, b Enscoo ... .. 10 Barker, b lMaoLeod ... ... Graham, bMacLeod ... ... 0 arylor, run out .. ti' 0 C:; Btrellses not out".;.. 0 Sudrid. .. ... 12 Bowling:?.-MaoLod, 6 fortl-.; Elliott, 2 for 43; Enscoe, 1 for 0. . ERINO PM'Oarmiek, a Barker, h Simkin ... 1 Fnscoe, tli Simn n , . 14 Elliott; b Sinmkiii . 17 M,'Alpin, b F. Buiirgeos. [ManLeod, c Barker, b Simkin . I Dr "Morton, a and b Sinii...
Market Reports. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 9 March 1914
Market Reports. .The Australian M ercantile, Land and Finance Co., Ltd., report. March l6th, 1014:- .. Sheepskias.-Small supplies were submitted this .week.. Very :een comi. potitioni ruled, iuil prlee were occasion. ally in 'ellcrf .favor.' . . llides.--Snailsil pplies wcruoitroiughl foriltanl. .ohimpetition ;wai keoin and all w+fi , rili.' 1 aci ld , t i. per Ib betteni thal l |a widrek';::'.._';; ' - ,Mcssrs Dalgety ' i, i. li Manreli .1,i; 1914 Raibbits (lheadlesi)J Best 7i,,, to? Sd ; grown' rid to R d kiltins ;il to Lid; mixed ld 'to l7 inferior'1 ?d to .d. ,-.."i Htare Skins : 1/to. 1/6per don. Fox Skins:-rirst wiiter 90/ 1o 108/ per doz. i aecond do. 610/ to 80/ per doz.; third do 40/ to/50/ per doz ; do. faulty, 15/ to .10/ per doe s; ummer 10/ to 980 per doz.; do damaged, 2/ to 9/ per doz. Bark : Black Wattle-Good to prime bundled, £6 to £7 per ' toon medium to mixed £i, to £4/. per ton ; silver wa(tlo £2 to £, .per tonl;: i pr proved ground £8 to £8/10.peorton.. The Geelo...
Cricket. District Association. Coleraine v Casterton. Casterton Holds the Cup. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 9 March 1914
Cricket. District .Assoclation. Coleraine v Canterton. Clsitel.toi- iolds tile Cup. Withll 2 points to the good for this yesar's "leg-sin for the YTalilkcr Cup," Castorton met Coleraine on Saturday at Coleroine, anil scoring a win, gained the coveted honor. Three of the competing tenms--Casterton, Coleraine and Merino -having each one year's win to credit, will start next season on even terms, and since it will for sny one of those on the season's games will give it permanelnt possession of the handsome trophy, there is bound to be keen rivalry between the clubs when they meet latter in the next series of matches. On Saturday, Castertouopened, and with 4 wickets down for 21, tliings looked anything but Iwell for the visitors. First Iunrtle Smith and E. James, and then the latter anid Tibbles put a different cosmploxion on- the game, however, and the team wound up with-? wickets down for 103 (the record score for the season), when the innings was eloset. E. James gave an exeoollent e...
Casterton Court of Petty Sessions. Roster of Justices. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 9 March 1914
Casterton Court of Petty Sessions. Roster of Justices. March 5-Messrs Hugher, Murrell and Little. March 12-Messrs Smith, Holmes and Carmichael. March 19-Messrs Rose and Veitch. .March 26-Messre Davis and 'Somer ville. April 2-Messrs Hughes and Davis. April 09-Messrs Smith, Roses and Little. April 16--Mesers Somerville, Murrell and Jackson. April23-Messras Veitch, Holmes and Miller. May 7-Messrs Smith and Murrell. May 14-Messar Hughes and Somer ville. May 21-Messrs Voitch, Ros and Car. michael. May 28-Messar Holmes and Davis. June 4-Messrs Smith and Davis. June 11-Messrs Hughes and Somer ville. June 18-Messrs Holmes and Rosa, June 25--Messrs Murrell and Veituh, July 2-Messrs Smoith, Hughes and Jackson. July 9-Messrs iousc, Davis and Little. July 16--lMeesre Somervillo, Murrell, and Veltch. July 23-Mesers Holmes. Miller and Hughes. July 30-Messrs Hughes, Smith and Carmichael.
SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 9 March 1914
SECOND DAY. I. Seend Irhurdle 1lnre.-]3a 1· I ng 11.) I ; CI;uI~er ]lno'. 10.7 2 Usk' Prig, 11.10 :1. 'I'rial Slnkik. Clhnlnwvny, 8.11 1 ; ("or isdol, 8.11 2; (Con;or, 8.11 :I. A.1cl I lnonirnp.-Shorwood Fores,. 9.0 1 ; Vol In, 1. 2 I 11 iglillowou, 1, . Second l Steeplerl hllse.- -1 nnlr [ling 10.0 1 ; Il;idgep't. , .7 O. Ol Ivi, till is led.. Flying Illaoieop.-Jonrwoo, 11.1: 1 ; Rný.nl halt. 8.13 2; Grey Ville, 7.3 :1. SecoOl Pony RaLoe.-Onr 'Thre, 8.n I; LittleIo Ut. 7.3 2; ?lIisp Neld;, 7.31 :1. 1high: \eight Ioodlirnp.-SI Tano, 10.:1 1 .; llunpnre. 10.7 ; fhnnderlight,
"Motor Hogs." [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 9 March 1914
"MIotor Hogs." Both at the Hampden Shire Council meeting at Camperdown. and at the Melton Shire Council meeting at Melton on Monday last, Councillors protested against the action of motorists, who, travelling along, recklessly dis charged both shot guns and rifles to the imminent danger of people in the vicinity. Cr O'man, of the Hampden Shire, said that both he and one of his children had nar rowly escaped being hit by rifle bullets thus fired, while tanks had been perforated, horses shot, and mile poests defaced in this way. The Council directed the attention of the police to the dangerous practice of those whom Cr O'Man described as of the "motor hog" type.
Sandford. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 9 March 1914
Oil the evening previous, to 's1r B3urgcs . (railvay ganger) and fanmilyui. leaving to take iup duties at "irrakoe,\\ `'. their manoy friends tendered them i farre . well social, which was held in: the locail,; Mechanics', and was well attended.'. During the evening, Mr J." Shcphard, junr., who referred to the good qualities of their guests, presented to Mrs Bur gess a gold herb bangle, as a token of ',,: esteem in which she was held by her lady friends, and to Mr Burgess a silver? casod razor strop, also a very nice silver cake dish, and wished them on behalf of their friends every success in their future undcrtaking. Mr Burgess suit. ably responded, and thanked the many friends for their kind gifts. The parents' meeting which was called ont Friday evening to elect the Stateo? School Comnsittee for the next term of three years had to be adjourned until Saturday evening next, 1Ith inst, owing to small attendance. On Saturday evening thousualmonth ly meeting of the local rifle club w...
Mt. Gambier Races [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 9 March 1914
_1 Mti Giinbler Races t::he t Ganmbiler rinesi were held on Wtednesdny and-Thlrsdtly Inst, under ein inently nneceaeful conditions. Gate tnlc ings on W edn.esdily were .C93 as against t71tlnstL ?eanr; and ona Tuniirasdly were al son onidlerlnly nllnove last year . Rteslt i. lST DAY. Ilnrdlle tlne.--Chntter Boy, l.:1 1: iletsy Prig. 10.i 2; Fine Degree, 0.5 3, Saliidet; Plate.-nsinnationn, i. 1 : (a?nilr, 8.11 2 ; Coristol, 8.11 1. Antmllnu Ilaindicall.-lfighflown, 8.7 i; 'ing. 9.0 2 ; lSherwood Forest, 9.1 'Ste:eplLehase.-'lrnmoter, 10.0 1; Tzir. Hr ITing, 10.12 2. Only two flishedl. Shorts Ilnndit;p.-inyal Tlolt. 8.7 I; St. Tanll, 8.0 1; ,tnriwan, 9.1 3. PIony Ilne.-Iltlleetionn., 9 I ; Little Vera, 8.7 2 Oinr Thiee. 8.0 3. Laldies' Bracelet.-St. Tano, 10.0 I; IlIapnre, 11.0 2; 'Thundlerlight, 10. :t.
Hamilton. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 9 March 1914
a-lanuilton. iMr G. Baitiy drinig a three-horne " drsg in conrrying fire passengers from Hamilton to "Tulso l1ill," had an alarm ing experitenc? io Friday. The- horseR- gilbbed on thie sleep hill leading up to the homestead at. "' ilse Hillt." and the passengers got nmt to lighten the load. and assist in getting the team along. ''Their efforts were unavailing, and the drag backed down hill at an alarming rate. with t precipitons bank and drop of about 11t0 feel close at hand on the line of progress. Mir lliloey stuck to the reins, using overy effort to induce the team to check the dowiward rush of the vehicle, but the horses would not, or could not get i grip, and a disastrous smash appeared imminent. when the hind wtheels ran against a fallen log, and the vehicle was brought to a slop.