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SPORTING. V.R.C. Races. MELBOURNE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 9 March 1914
SPO RTING? V.R.C Races M "LTIUC ivi -E, ittSnt?rdy.. Thein Ant ini meeting wos conehlind tn-dlny, with the illowing re.'I nits :" Blrntle, It t Ostrosn, l.t ..::: . Newiberry 8.1 1 SVn.Bienel 7.1:l 2 Deldnskoo7d.8 ' :..' 8 In 1 thtie W nll'. : ' ':e -'. to ort ttl, o ioIj t NI ortlicote I -lolovse 7.12; . Coronatl.s;, .7 ti .. ;2 oTinl, 10.13 . O • to I the winner,- Pldd,; Ilehdns, Coinleadib dnd Bettowynd fell.- CCnamas. rode Wins killed: Clhampion' Stake . • ltndoor, 7.12 ... ' . 1 : The Parisiin,9.2: • P.riti efighter,.9.2 :- . . 3 ;5o to 1 oit the;winner--: aroel oll Ifan ledit Rnthled,n 8.0 .. 1 Tadonga, 8.11... :Htish Money, 6.7 ... ' to:l the winner.c -
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 9 March 1914
M)eett The tt-me4-1 am now putItzzu unm) haOm t - - Cough, Authma, and flionchi Cule (worth £jhemiut 'it t **Guinea a bottle) in Bottles: ii. 2~i~ hdi Be bar bott.). Cautertoit. Malee Bros Ifor" NOW &SeoIIl.d-.n3131 floMorU4 "ý HH I t' e'l en, (Iruli and AIII11 m)( r4l TI SUFFERED FOR YEARS FROM :ORODNIC CONSTIPATION, HEAD : AOfES, NEURALGIA. AND BLEED ING PILES. "TO-DAY I FEEL QUITE WELL, BRIUGHT AND CHEERFUL." "I have uiffored Ironm crtrnic rnnconti "pationnd nlimost terrilblo ht;d;eics an : nouralglan or years; also bleeding piles .:_wrltea Mrs. Bronner..Allen's Place. Port 5:.,?Melbournm. Vic. "T always fancied I :=could nso black spots in front of moy oye, " and mny face was always a sollow colour I have tried amany differelt kinds at "remedies and pills, but I got no benefit from any of them, so 1 cameo to the con S:soluslon that the neuraolgia ws thie cons. qtuenco of the poison in ty blood so I got -what are called constitutional remedies. .but I rentlined just the a...
Hamilton Stock Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 9 March 1914
Hamilton Stockl Mar Fat Slhep.-.f. yarding of-.220 monit i brisk demand. Primo oroassbred wothoer sold at 10s 4d, smalleratlOs. ? crossbred ewes to I Os 2d, odd ( Shropshire 'ewes at. Irs. comeenck .wews, good, 12s: lld do light to 10s 10d, merino ewes to '10., a few mediunm wethers s lOd, halt Shropshiro lambs at 13s, crossbred do to 12s, comeback do to 10s 8d, small Inambs to 7s 10d, sappy do to Os 11d. Store Sheep.-Liminted supply met with good competition. Quotations Merino wethers, in forward condition, 13 Id; do ewes, mixed ages, to' 8s Id; do. full month, in lamb to Lincolos, I Is ad; a small pen of comeback ewes, full mouth, 10s 10d; crossbred weenors, to 10s Id, withll stronger cross 12s rld. Fat Cattle.-A few good and medium quality cows weor offered, all the former meeting a lively market at from £t 3s to £B Id. Store Cattle.-A small yarding of dairy sorts came under the hammer, and sold as follows:-Odd backward heifers made £3, "a heifer in milk £4, and a good heifer cal...
News in Brief. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 9 March 1914
News in Brief. The manager of a boot shop in Chapel street, Prahran, was arrested on Thursday on charge of having attempted to murdoe his brother, who was found shot. It was stated on Thursday in the Arbi. tration Court that the increases in wages sought by the telegraph linemen and em ployees of the construction branch would amount to .104,000 in the first year and go on increasing. TAKE NO OTHER. For nine years I suffered with a liver disorder and tried numerous medicines, obtaining very little relief," writs Mrs Esther .1. Coles, Major's Creek, N..W. "After taking Chamberlain's Tablets regularly for a fortnight I found I was greatly benefited, and am now completely restored to healtk. My father, who is 79, is an invalid and is troubled with con stipation, but has obtained the greatest benefit frome Chamberlain's Tablets. Rather than use any other' medicine we have often sent into Braidwood, that Is 20 miles away, for Chamberlain's Tablets. Sold everywhere, Two flights were made b...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 9 March 1914
d ` G li. .: iir*ý .1Vqtot Cans ait A. 0. i:er1cfield. MAL BROS. MEti=M' There's None of the S? ??5 Spider & Fly Business - ? ." -about Us " there'. none of tiho 'jolly.glad.to-get-out" feeling with you. No once you come in you're"3sorr y to go-i ?ut and leave so many other g.g ood thingi'. behind you. And there's always something fresher here than the freshest elsewhere. And our present figures are an S exam;ple to all i the "Art of LOW Pricins " V t.s tIn:y at[l a ttl .oliher liuuer CyScles,. B1UT thir's NO BETTER Motor Cycle than Malce Bros' Special Three and a Half H.P. NOTE It r Harold Jackson's overland ride to Central Queens lnrblad from Castertonr on this particular make ot Motor Cycle. Tiis long riiio has brought out to view the good qualities in the building nd constlruction of the' M lee Bros' SPECIAL Motor, which speaks voluiies for Motor and Rider. Agents forROVER, PILh7EIEI, ?, ad other makes of Moitors. M:l' o Bros' SPECIAL Motor, fitted with Precision or Jap ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 9 March 1914
Orient Line Of Royal Mall Steamers. S.'For London, via Adelaide, .Fremantle .(W.A.), *Colombo (for India), Egypt, 'Naples, Toulon, Gibraltar, and Plymouth. S' Tone. Le Arriv gBamierL . Tons. nMelboure. Lo,`lm. Otranto 11.124 Mar. 4' Apl. 11 -Osterley 12,129 Mar.. 18 Apl. 11 Oranma 13,000 Apl. 1 May 9 Oroova 12,036 Apl. 15 May 24 And fortnightly thereafter. The Bteamrs of. the Orient Line are . itted with all modern and up-to-date ap-, Splianoes for the safety and comfort of as sengers.' Passengers are carried In . all lasses. Third-clan accommodation: r';-SgeIplng roms, 'dlning roOms, deck aoc6mmi'odation, and cuiBlnO-uapecialty. Round-the-World Rates, via Canada, United Siateass,Japan or South Africa, quoted on application; Pleasure or business trips on the coast (to Fremantle, 'Adelaide, Sydnoy, or Bris bane) quoted on application. The Local Agents willsupply circulara or further information on application. Passage from any port may boe prepaid here. -.:. D. L. DOWDELL, Branch Man...
Leitch Pictures. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 9 March 1914
Leitch Pictures. A fine selection of photoplnys has becu selected by Leitch pictures to be sereenied next Thnuriday night. The star attractions will be "A. Gambler's illui," a two.reDl.featuro by the Elgo Coy, nnd the "Chost of the Hacienda," a two-reel subject by the Flying A Coy. The balance of the programme will be made up with the following subjects: "On T'heir Wedding Eve": (Vitagraph), "WVhen the Debt Was Paid" (Mafgestie), "Troublesome Mole" (A.lI.), "J aster Firet" (Vitagraph), "Sonom Venemouts Sanlkes" (Patho edlnentionall and Pnthe's '"English Gnzette,"! giving news fromn overywhere.
ECZEMA AND SKIN IRRITATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 9 March 1914
ECZEMA AND SKIN IRRITATION. Ever had any irritation of the skinS Th'ller are many forms of it. Piles, obstinato to cure. Eczema,, just as bad, anit just as hard to cure. But Doan's Uaistarnt does it, cUirue every irritating skin trouble. No irritation of the skin aan resist its ho?ling, soothing, in'lluonc. Everi,' reader of this articl softers, or Ions at somen time suffered, with torolenting skiu ir ritation, and it many return at any time. Donn's Onitment will cure in] erery case. Mrs F. Tilley, Hamilton South, says: -"I used Donn's Ointmient on my little boy for an irritating skin erii) tion which resembled EIczman. Hin had obeen suflfering for a long time heforo I got Doan's Ointment. During the time wie hws ad I was alnrinedl at' tho way it resisted all treatment. 'the fact was, I liad llrot got ia proper ral cdy. I aw' Donn's Oinltmoent adver tised, and got some, and after using it for a week the complaint eltirely dis appeared." Fourteen years later Mrs Tilley .sys: -"My boy...
Miss Mary Stirling. Promising Australian Vocalist. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 9 March 1914
Miss Mary StiriHig;, Promiselung Australian Vocalist. Patriotic Australians in this district will have opportinity on Wednesday night of hearing yet another compatriot who is going to try in the great centres of musical clture in the old world to_ gain for her country the credit of producing yet another Queen of Song, such as our own Melba. Miss Stirling comes of muslcal stock, for her mother--who ac compauies her to Casterton--i Madame Maggie Stirling, herself a oltarmiugvoca list of high standing. The young singera goes shlortly to ?llrope with Madame Cilra Butt, who. writing to Madame Stirlng, said :-"Dear Madlame Stirling, Soam so glad that you feel as I do about your charming daughter, Mary, going home. She lhas a great future beforo her, and has everything in iher favor, and Ifeel sure you will one day he very proud of hier uccess, anid reap tle good seed you have sown. * Associatoed with the two ladies on Wednesday night will be Mtr John Anadio, whose flulte playing is a trea...
Train Arrangements. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 9 March 1914
Train Arrangements. Train leaves Casterton 8.35 a.hi., Sand rord 8.49. Henty 9.12, Merino 9.40, Grass dale 10.12, Mlakite 10.25. Branxholme !1.15, arrives Hamilton 1150. Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday. Train leaves Hamilton 5 p.m., Branx. oolme 6, ,iaklte 6.13, Grassdale 620, erxno 6.55, Henty 7.10, Sandford 7.25, arrives Casterton 7.45 Tuosday and Friday. Leaves Hamilton 6.5, Branxholms 7.15, Miakito 7.20. Grasodale 7.40, Merino 8.10, Henty 8.25, Sandford 8.45, arrives Caster ton 9. Thursday. Leaves Hamilton 10.17 a.m, Bran, holms 11.25. Groasdale 11,53, Merlno 12.17 p.m., ITenty 12.29, Sandford 12.47, arrives (Joeterton 12.55. Leaves Costerton 3.10, Sandford 3.24, Henty 3.42, Merino 4.2, Grasedols 4.30, arrives Oraniholmo 4.55, arrives Hamil on 6.8 p.m.
Casterton Water Supply. Suggested Deep Creek Scheme. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 9 March 1914
Casterton Water Supply. Suggested Deep Creek Scheme. With a view to forming indiv ual opinion, from a layman's point of view. by personal obser vation of the probability of find ing suitable source of water sup: ply in the catchment area of the Deep Creek above the Corndale road, Crs Abbott, Scott and Widdi combe, accepted invitation of Mr P. Q. Pinunll to run out on Friday and have a look at the creek at. this point and the adjacent counn try. The party found a consider able catchment area along the creek in Mr A. Turner's paddock, and in the creek, a stream of clear, cold water running steadily, though naturally, at the end of a very dry summer,of small volume. The water, so far as could be de termined by taste, was excellent, soft, and perfectly clear, with the slightest smack, it is true, of earthiness, due to the present lowness of the stream, but not the least hint of brackishness, or the presence of any mineral adulterants. A sample was taken for more exhaustive test, and so ...
Our New Governor-General. Expert Farmer and Tree Cultivation. Practical Experience in Scotland. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 9 March 1914
Our New Governor General. Expert Farmer and Tree Cultivation. Practical Experience in Scotland. Agriculture is to have an in nings in cennection with the ap pointment of the new Governor General. Sir Munro-Ferguson is not only a soldier and a politician. He is also an export and practical agriculturist, apioneer of farming methods in a nation of farmers. The 26.000 acres that he owns in Fife, Ross and Cromarty include forest, grazing, and cultivated land, and in every one of his es tates he has home farms worked under his own personal supervis ion. The youngest ploughboy at Raith, Evanton, and Novarknows very well that nothing but the straightest furrow has any chance of passing the laird's attention without some criticism. Many of the most interesting agricultural experiments that have been car ried out in Scotland during recent years have been conducted on the land, and under the eye of Sir Munro-Ferguson. Throughout the north of Scotland his home farms are known and watched by ev...
Methodist Centenary. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 9 March 1914
Btetliodlgt . ~ntetnury. "Tile Centenary Tlisnksgieinig More, meoat"' ,litt frmtlly innaglrated on WVednesday night. Insh t lthe An lant Victorian and Tnliashinh Confereisee at Wesley Church; The Lievs. T. S. t. WYood~ull and V'. TriggC were set apart for d sperhtal evetignltttit cnmpaigit, and the thev. It. t ittlrihh, wisis dpp~hiattd o,'ganiuing seoreli, r~. ill thle a!.enloba, the rv. Drir. Fitshrt tpreaejd t lIle. Cen. taser snerlon, iaidl iu tlhe rinlug r a Iuioslier Imtblic iseontihig asnhlid ils Vslenter Church, MJr F... Cato" irosid; sg. Stirring addresses iw err dolavered ,y tllo slyats elected lresident of:a the CiiItl'scaco (Rav. J. Tlidit?,; B..) oi "Met list 'iodreors,°' ,, ,Mr ]?. IC. ste Cinnis il .YTour Met uitosislns " iial Isy tl li Iht , tt leeltsri ch ioil ctoithl dstthsds lin," A imal an atlitl irs nets iside for :lnlhuioiin Ionasirds t i. 'YCeistelsar, Tl.shuktsgi l ig Frind" at 1100,000, whiiteti it in Ilroposela te o isein,' r is met with hIssrlty ns:d gelsr...
Dyspeptics need not Diet. A SIMPLE MEANS OF PREVENTING FOOD FERMENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 9 March 1914
Dyspepticeineed not Diet. A SIMPLE MEANS OF PREVENTITN FOOD FERMENTATTON. Pond fermlenintion is the e?niuo of all the dIlnomrfort anli pinl dyspeptics sulf I for. It does not neocessarily follow, how-l over, that in order, to obtain relief they euast deny themlnlves the enjoyment they derive from eating eo.cnllod indi. gostible luxuries. The most sntisfaqtory method of overcoming tihe dfnitalty would be to prevent tho formentation from ocorilng at all, and this can le done by a very simple means. It must first be explained that most of the foods we eat contain ti certain quantity o acid-forming elements, and indigestihle foods, of course, contain a larger pro. portion. When those foods are o atel, the aid collects, irritates tie walls of tihe stomach, and asnoes the fiod to ferment while it is digoesing. This fermenting food also given onf gas which distends tihe stonmach, causing that full, uncomfortable fooling so often notilced after oating. The root of tihe trouble is thie acid ...
Fire Brigades Demonstration. Casterton Representatives. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 9 March 1914
striationic . ?nsteri oi Iclepresenlt tives. Capt.? W;. J Cleverdon, with the COs torton team of a competitors, left thlis orning ornig ro, A.raiit, whence the, are to proceed by-special train vil the Ballarmt Castlemnaiue line to lBendigo. whore the .n\latlll Fire Brigades' Demonstration is tb-be ildl lhis y.ear,- eolaecllceg on \'claeo?a?"` : iThe' Consteroli represeiltn. tives who accoipanied Capt. Cleverdoin liare 3Messrs C. Smith (Secretary), It. .Tarr?d, If. Beasy, 'I'. McCombe, W. Clode, .1. DeIntyre, \. Clayton,' II. Pattlerson, and E. Smith. Various memc hers of the teani are eitered to compete in the follovinag cvents: -n -31eni Jieel (A anld B class); U-Meon Reel (B class), .-Mea' .Champioti Real -Evenit,; l. h au Chaimpion iMarshall: Eveit; 2-?Men Reel ltaee, a-ml Disableds Hose (Engine ]wetit.) ____
Mr H. J. M. Campbell, M.L.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 9 March 1914
!Mr ii. . IM. Cathipbelj, l.L.A. T'he Member `for Gleinelg is leaving M-elbourne on Wednesday, next by tlhe S.S. Willochra1 fora health trillp to New ieidantid; Mr Campbell intended to have set lout on this trip when Parlia ment rose in December last,: hit had td delay his departure in order to' attend the summer seosions; rendered necessarey by the clhiago of linistry? .whieh.- took plnee'nttlie end of lnst yeir. lie will be blisent from Victoria for about soroen iweeks, and in his :blsence lthe interes?s of his Glenelg constituents will be it. tendeil to by then slihiister of Agrieultur. ahd Wa?ter Supply (lion.-. W. ][?lellin. son. M.TL.A) nid the Ifon .1. Thonison , L. . ?Crln ,Campbell had been olereid a seot oI lhe ItnynIt Commnission to en quire into the working of the Closer Settltemet, which he hd ito decline owinig to his leparilnre fromn the Statle, aitil has rewired from tihe Premier (Hon. W?. A. W?ltt n lotter expressing regret thaot his iserrvires 'sil it. he available...
Bush Fires. 6,500 Acres Grass Destroyed. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 9 March 1914
Bush Fires. .,6 00 Acres Grass De stroyed. ush fires which occurred on Satur. day and yesterday in the Coleraine 'district destroyed a considerable area of grass. On Saturday, a fire which broke ao? atL Konongirootoag swept. over 1500 acres of grass land on the proper. 1ties of Messrs 1'. Taylor. O. T. Palmer, Anson Bros.,. T, SW Constable, T. RIoh. ertson, G. Brown, J. Murrihy. O'Keefe, '.T. J. flourigan and J,. Jodgetts. and. is reported to have destroyed _between' T00 annl. 700 bags of grain in addition to grass and a con. S-sideralle quantity of fealing. • This fire is said to have been started by lightniing. -: About 1 o'clock yesterday afternoon an outbreak occurred on the lboundary .between "Mit Koroit" and "Briung ruin. gle," and swept on towards the river. e-tending to "Msrndal." Ibis ratn ones about 5,000 ncres of land betweeni "Brung Briingle" and "Maurndal." Proporties of ilesars Kl(irby. '. Ferrier. M isses Farrier, and Alerss dloloin Mbills, David Tielso, and \\'inter ...
Crossed the Bar. Mr H. G. McEwen. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 9 March 1914
Crossed the Bar. Mir H. G. McEwrsun. ,,.. ..irtIoo ridnd; itieludirig pagre ctiof t..all everyone in this distriet, a promis 'ng? career wrns brought to ,a cloose nt noon on Stflrday, thirolug?il the deatlh ot :: the enrly age of 3:i ve·lo, of Mr Ifughi Gorden tc1Ewenr , 'exu.Fngimeer nf the Glenelg Shire, who died at ito residenee. Tdorak lill. ;As is well klnowna, [Ir fowEryeu aftei recortry flom n seriouis : previous attaick, becine So ilnwell ioutol tlie middle of hlist year, flthrit. hlie hadl to aisk sir nidonthls' lonve of absence 'fromn his Sliire doties. The leave was-redlily granted, hut Iefore ithe peCriod expiredII. Ir ?Mcel'on tinidiig tiiit, ao rest, lhe 'olld noit Ihe fit to resitIe duity for oome time, sent in ili resignsalion, lwhieh odunieilloro aicepted with( great rbgret u it the loss of in ellilienl oillirer, whlo prdmicod o tie of the greals v'aluhe to .tlue Coouil eind tlihe riteliyer,'e. :O1 late, the sffereir gradually gren worsi ind all hope.of his recovere...
Casterton Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 9 March 1914
tr _ Hospital. i I's :March meeting of Conm [swas held at the Mechanics' &T ulISday, the President (Mr A. it In thbe chair, and present i Mesar W. D. Davis, J. E. ? wnJ.A.'Edmonston, J.Glancy, . Hughes, J. Jeffreys. W. -ischolls, I. Retabford. J. Ross. Q. A. Silvester, and L. H. Slade. The Secretary reported:-T,, Cr. Balance last report, £160 12s 1il; Payments to Bank, £11 12s -'S1;Total, £172 ils 7d. By ."oquer drawn last meeting, £47 r. ; Exchange on Cheque, 6d; Balance to date, £124 7s 7d. 2 The Matron reported :-Pati 1'stb in Hospital on February 1, '$; admitted during February, 5; Teated, 10; Died, 1; Di:sharged, 5; Remaining in Hospital, 4; i1tao that Nurse Ferrier returned 'from holiday on March 1, and murse Russell, acting-matron, Ipft on February 13. The House Committee reported ds. follow :-We beg to report .jhaving visited the Hospital sever ril times during the month, and ".bundeverythingworkiug smooth Ib-and eatisfactorly, we submit •bt followingu matters for th...