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Casterton Water Supply. Ess Lagoon Scheme Adopted. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 12 March 1914

ICasterton Water Supply. Eo Lagoon Soheme Adopted. :. t the Council meeting to-day, Witll ,"every.Coancillor in hiis place at tile table, CCouncillors decided upoll a delinite mowe ;- towards providing for supply of water to Caeterton by reticulation. I The President, iln opening tile discass. ;ion, aid a numbner of suggested sources Sof supply had been exauile and1111 coll. r idered, and tile Council hatl conio to this point that something must be done. 'It was no good getting into the clouda: with a costly scheme. They would lanav to provide one at a 2s rate, or go wilolit. r.; Scott--We might go.to 2s (d. The President-Well perhaps they might push as far as 2s (id. Councillor: and Engineers liad examined maany sources, bat it had finally come to this, that those which might have been pro. STerred cost too much, and inhad to be set "side, so they could not get away from : th fact that tlhey might lhave to fall ack after all oil tile Ess Lagoon. Conn. cillors and the Engineer had i...

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SPORTING. Cricket. Wednesday Association. PRESBYTERIANS v CHRIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 12 March 1914

SPORTING. Cricket. Wednlesdlny Associantion. PIRESBYTERLANS vO CHRTST • P CHURCH. . With their oppoi'ents all out for 100 (of which Deravin made 43 and Miller 33:), ntod 20 runs on without:the loss of a wicket, the. Christ Churclh team seemed yesterday to have an'excellent chance of getting eveh with the other two compet. lag teanns by scoring a wni. E. Jaines and Edrich were moreover, apparently set, and were batting (the. latter espee. ielly) very vigorously, the two scoring 11 off .Dernvi'ls,. and h9 off Dunne's first over; and 13 off each bowler in the only two overs bowled by thlem. Then a del uge of ruin came, and after waiting some tiine, the utmpires pronounced the ground unfit for play, and the teams left the ground without waiting for the call of time. For the Christ Church team, Smith-toolc six-wicklts for 31, F. ,TJames 2 for 23, S. Miller having 21 and E. James 10 hit? off their hbowling without gieting a wicket. Scores: PRESBYTEIt[ANS. IR. C. Miller, c Edrich, b Smith ...

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 12 March 1914

MALEE BROS. /- There's None of the c> <!< Spider & Fly Business about Us Ther's none of the "any-lie-to-get-you-ln." policy with us, and thereas none of the "jolly-glad.to.get.out " feeling with you. No .nce you come in you're sorry to go out and leave so many other "good things" behind you. And there's always something fresher here than the freshest elsewhere. And our present figures are an ezample to all In the "Art of LOW PricingI YtYoi i.. ay tallc al tottt oither Miilor Cysles, You mtaey argue frot filoerninlg till Night, BUT there's NO BETTER Motor Cycle thain Maile BRtos' Special ThreD and. a Half H.P. NOTE, Mr Harold Jacksoin's i?erland.ride to Central Queens land from Castorton, on this partictlar make of Motor Cycle. This long ride has brought.out to view the good qualities in the building and constrsution ot the Malen B3ros' SPECIAL Motor, which speaks volumes for Motor and Ricer. Agents fort ROVER, PREMIEI, and other makes of Motors. Mele...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 12 March 1914

ur'n nieint Line o? f nRoy al '- Mal" - Steamers _.` s" For London, via; Adelaide, Fremantle "._ t5 ( W.A.), !,Oolombo, (for. India), Egypt, Vl . Naples, .Toulon, Gibraltar, and Plymouth. 8Steamer... Ton,. 5llburne. Lomlon. Otranto 11,124 Mar. 4 Apl. 11 "'+-Ostefley '12,129 " Mar. 18 AI. 11 ;'Orams a ,13,000( Apl. I May 9 Orsova 12,036 Apl. 15 May 24 A " ' And fortiightly thereafter. l be. steasmers-irthe Orieit Line are 'fitted with aill miodern and up-to-date ap pliapoce for the safety aqd comfort of of paotpi,,mt[geKrs ate carried In .all._oi alt m. _ Thr d-Ils s podo runodstion: _ -?r1C: ot drm tdiuing !roome, deck "t'}?j d,0?,du i iM tcuitinei a epecialty. oaI l ls ? i e .. . ..... . .f t o1'ftither lbolnu'niiin q application. ?,"'f Paiege.fromrm y p?ort may bslprepaid b,.,here. ... i !. l, , ., ' .: ? D.lt; DOWDELLL,.Branch Manager, S " L-:5+31t Collins 'trei' ,M l"urot ," f' '. 'YOUN tUI' BO. COaterton. Glac'tuIamd sand ' MIbourine dq "men' Bail as ?qder (weathtr, and :?s rte...

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Merino. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 12 March 1914

On Stiuirdieythe irI iloa match of the seasonsoi the A'ss6ed tioitiabos place Sandford visi ng ;ri6 Tko T visitors are bringii sgt..::,tronilg':teenme: a nd one which will geii "oari local'shots all they can do to hold itheir io'ivnit Mith: M?erino's team will be phiCke? from-Capt. Dwvyer J. Cameron,, A. Fox;:.Husscn (2), En. sooe (3);' IHughesli G G.;rNorthcott, J. M'Donald,' E. A;Elliott, ?J ? Davis," F. Meldrumi aRidP'reeree. Coloiraiie engage Digby on the Dighy rangde.'3?Braixliolme not havinglentereds thde competition, the issue is left to the stelor fotr.tems as last year, an ahbore A fire is reported isn the Digby pad. dock, "Glenorehy.' Water hase been the estcacest of scarce commodities of late, and'. things were getting very serious, when a thunder. storm came along on Tuesday afternoon and about 20 pyonts of rain fell. The amount so far is too small to be of much benefit, but it served useful purposes in filling tanks and chocking the above. mentioned tire, wlhics a chnge...

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
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Casterton News Printed MONDAY & THURSDAY EVENINGS THURSDAY, MARCH 12, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 12 March 1914

Prmnted MONDAY & THURSDAY EVENINGfl THURSDAY, MARCH 12,. 1914. The hon. eecretary. Cantorton State Committee (Mr W. P. Little) received letter on Monday night from Mr H. J. M. Camrpholl, M.L.A.. intimhting that Mr Campbell had, in accordance with the Committees' request, Interviewed the. Education Denprtment with respect to appointment of aJlead teacher to succeed Mr Wollaston, and had been informed that the department expected to be able to announce the name of the new head teacher within a day or two. Yesterday, Mr Campbell telegraphed that Mr Walter Fatrlie, now first assistant at Pleasant Street State School, Ballarat, had been appointed, and was highly recommended. At the recent Harrow Sports, two of our Caeterton pipers distinguished them. selves. Mr. C. Guthridge won first prize .or Scottish Airs and Mr. H.Spurrell first for Marches. Application from Pte. B. R. FitzGerald for permission to present himself for examination for a commission in the Australian Light Horse ...

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Optical. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 12 March 1914

Optical. Eye-strain does not necessarily mean impaired or poor vision. In the act of seeing' we expend a certain lamount of nervous energy, of which we are uncon scious when our eyes are normal. If we experience a sensation of discomfort in observing closely a small object, there is a strain present-there is an overtax onl your muscles the eyes water, feel sandy, headaches result. You can oalslly stop this with glnasse. Let MrS. B. Abotomey, tihe well known optician. oxamino your eyes. He will tell you their true coln ditllon, and if glasses are necessary he will supply you with what is required. Mr Abotomey will visit Castorton on Monday, March 16, rnd may be consult ed at the Casterton Hotoel iall day). Cole. ramine will be visited on Tueosday, March 17, at Koroite Isf: and Hanmilton on Wednesday, March ]8, at Victoria Hotel.

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News in Brief. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 12 March 1914

News in Brief. While moving furniture into ia house In Nell Street. Carlton. Walter Firth, a traveller, 52 years of age, living at La: trobe Street, was neverely injured by I liano slipping on Ils foot. It fell onil hi rilght foot and eout oita toee, which Firth casually took out of his boot and put in his pocket. Il was treated at the Mel bourno Hospital by Dr. WV. L. Robertson, On Saturday, at the A.N.A. Exlhibition the pupils fron the Roman Catholic schools gave a fine display of gymnastics, marching, and physical culture. The Railway dopartm-nt is about'to erect barriers at the Flinders street book ing olffices, to prevent crushing at the ticket windows. A reward of £200, subscribed by the contractor for the building, the Builders' and Contractors' Association, and the Stonemasons' Society, West Australia, has been offered for information which will load to the conviction of the person responsible for the damage by the appli cation of saulplhuric acid to enr of thire stone used ...

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Methodist Conference A Layman's Impressions. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 12 March 1914

Methodist Conference A:. Laynan's In1)pressioIIns. = r E.. D GAZZAlID. Threda eovening, February 27thi, saw the opening of the United Sessions of the Conferelice6.:-After devotional exer ciso the :Presidonit .,11. . .1. Nanee, M.A.d delivered a stirring address, which Wan freqtiented nplpnluded.' The speak. er mndo sympaithltic reference to the severe illiess of 1cv. A. i; Edgar, anad the rdeath of Dr . Wlilliam Wiiliulas, D.D;'r.L.S., anlt tothie absence through illness of Mr Edwin I[arcourt. lIe re ferred :to. the splendid courage with which' pastors?and people evecrywhere were carrying on thile work of the Church. Reports would. sllow anl increise of more: than 1200 leambers during the year. ;Every department of the Churclh showed;an incroease, that -in the junior depirtment being 500 me~tbers, while there was an increase of about 1000 Sunday School teachers, more thaon 00 Sunday School scholars, with a record year in the Jiome Mtission )Department. and an increase of over .C1000...

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LATEST NEWS. MELBOURNE, This Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 12 March 1914

LATEST NEws,. [BY WIRE.] . MELBOURNE, This Day:, Captain Allen and Lieutenant Blir rougls, British army oflicers, were killed whle making aeroplane flights as Salis iory Plains. The House of Commons defenatedby 204 to 2,10 the censure motion on IMr Lloyd George for his attacks upon- indi. vidIals. Many Nationalists in Ireland believe that the Ulster concessions promise for. mnidable administrative confusion. - It is stated that all Nationalist memlber? and a majority of Liberals are opposed to any compromise. - Owing to being damaged by the snalra gette Mary Richardson, the picture of Venusa'nd Cupid. has been decreased'in value to the estent of £15"000 .1 It is lie lieved the picture can:-be successfuilly repaired. " The British Government is proparing a B1ill for the expenditure of 25 millions oi artillery and cavalry. 'rThe Secretary for War, introducing the army estimates into the Ifouse' of Commons, said the army was prepared for a suidden attack. The National reserve wasn now,...

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The Stirling Concert. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 12 March 1914

Tihe Stirlilng.Concer.tc Those who arnved the weather last night to attend at the Mechnics'. had a t rare treat in hearing good anod taineful musir adlmirably rendered by: tIonhighly I gifted vdocalists, mnther. nnd clanghter, I the fornmer na cultured -and experienced I artist, the otlher n promising student, t who has already ,learned mnelh of Athe vocal art, and is shortly going' to Europe t to learn more, andt .e nil hope to become yet another Australian Queen of Song, ' recognised as such like Melhti" in the world's centres 'of musital uelture. y Miss Mary Stirling lmade her. debult in the "Mad Secne" front "Liieia,"? Aind gave evidence of great ability nnd con niderable proflieincy in orercominig the lechlniral diltictlties of thie great nill elnaorate aria, in the rendering of which she Indt advntnge in the llute oblignto, perfectly played by M'r Tohn Amnadio, Tie encore notnlher was "I Coutldn't, Could I," archly anld viraciously given, which served in contrastto the operati...

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The Heat Wave. Dust and Thunderstorms. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 12 March 1914

:?:The Heat aWver DaRt and Thuinnderstornmsp. Whlile the long drawn- out spell of exceedingly hot nnd trying weather through which.we have been passing of Into, could not then be said to have come to an end, for it was anything hunt cool and. plensant, we ' lnd yester day evening a prolonged display of vivid lightning, with necompnnying peals of thunder, and most satisfactory, a brief but heavy fall of rain that replenished tanks, cleansed drains, cooled the atmos phere, and has generally put things on a better footing. 'Many parts of the din. trict got the rainfall earlier, some on Tuesday afternoon and evening, when there vere falls at Coleraine. Branx. holme (a perfect deluge in each place), Merino (.t4 points), Carapook (61 points), and similar falls in other parts of the district. Cnstorton's share in the rain distrilintion on Tuesday was only 10 Spoints, whichl did not chck tile clouds of dust that were swept about in all directions. Yesterday evening, how. over, tile fall run...

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State School Committee. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 12 March 1914

m ittee. ' ----*---.-' -- -* ·r The first meeting of.the Committee elected for the ensuing period of three years at parents' meeting on Monday, March 2,- was held .at the Casterton school on Monday night last, when there were present all the members, as follow: -Dr Skinner. Messrs S. Ford, E. D. Gazzard, W. P. Little, *T. S. Macpher son, II. C. Miller, _junr., and . I; W. .Murrell. The opening buhsiness was the election of oficeers, and on the motion oL-the re tiring Chairman, Mr'.T S. Macpherson (who did not seek re-election), and MIr .J. W. Murrell, Dr Skinner was elected Chairman, On the motion of the retir ing lion. Treasurer, Mr II. C. Miller (whlo also declinld re;eleolion), and Mr Mnopherson, Mr S. Ford was elected l[on.. Treasurer, and on the. motion of the same two members, MIr W. P. Little was ro.elected lion. Secretary, eachl.of these appoinlmeints being made ointliii?nanimous vote of the Committee. .i: Oathe 'motion of. Mr Gazzard, the Comninitto recorded hearty apprecia...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 12 March 1914

>DR. SHELDON'S DIGESTIVE TAB ULES. SPara the way to Buocess lByulying you A?Good S tomach And a Cheerful Disposition They igest what you est. ENTERTAINING ANENEMY. Don't entertain achronlc runnlng "ore or wounds. Cure it with Dr. Sheldon' Mangnetio Linimont. Price, Is. d. and 3s O1NNI CGTON IP H General Merchants AND Importers, CASTERTON. AUTUMN AND WINTER GOODS In All Departments. First Grand Display Of Up-to-Date and New Season's Goods ON Monday, March 16th . And Following Day. We Cordially Invite Inspection. H. & G. Harris, CASTERTON.. FISH FISH FISH for for for LENT. LENT. LENT. JUST LANDED AT Spend love's At the very right nonetit, For the . Lenten Season: An' Enormous Purchase of Fish of Best Brands, ,whichl we are going to sell, at Greatly : Reduced Prices, hotwithistanding a big rise in markets. Compare Our Prices! Best Brand Salmon, flat I-lb this, lid tin; Best Fresh Herrings, Morton's, Gd . tin ; Larsen's Ling Fish, G6d lb; Herrings in Tomato Sauce, Rd tin ; Ki...

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Senate Elections. Selection of Liberal Candidates. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 12 March 1914

s. ; Senate Elections. Selectlon of Liberal Uantli dates. As already announced, candidates for selection to contest the Senate elections 'In the Liberal interests have been invited "to nominate on or before Monday week. 'March 2.'rd, the intention being to take a ballot 'for selection of six Victorinn candidates who will receive the united support of the three Liberal political or gamnations-People's Party, People's 'Liberal 'Party, and the Australian Woimen's National League. Only financial membersof one or other of these organisations will be able to vote at the ballot--that is only those who -have sabscrihed to the plnatform of one of these, and paid the membership fee the trifling sum of 1/. It will he a mnat ter of great regret to Liberals of this .distriot-after the ballot-if it is found that through carelessness in seeing to their enrolment as tinancial members for this year, they have missnd the op portanity of voting. All nare therefore urged to lose no time in handing or f...

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Zillah Harrison Company. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 12 March 1914

Zillah Harrison Company. Miss Zillah Harrison, a Sydney soprano, made her first appear ance at Casterton in the Me chanics' on Tuesday night with a versatile company of onterta inerm, who met with a good reception. Miss Harrison possesses a flexible but rather metallic voice of con siderable range, and pleased her audience in a number of songs, opening with "Carmonita," and giving as extras "Annie Laurie" and "The Dear Little Shamrock" in the first part and "Spring is Coming" and extras in the second. Mr E. Wallings, possessor of a resonant baritone voice, gave good account of himselfin "The Yeo man's Wedding Song," and "The Skipper's Song," and Mr Reg Hastings was genuinelyhumorous in a number of items. Miss Dorothy Stewart was arch and vivacious in soubrette songs, and Miss Mollie McCabe proved her self an adept -and graceful dancer, while a very juvenile lady exhibited herself as a skilful contortionist. The programme, including quartets and other con certed vocal items, was brig...

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Ballarat Stock Market. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 12 March 1914

Balintrat Stock: Market.:. Fat Cattle.-148 lier3yarded. Prices for ail descriptions showted ait improve. neut on those of the, provipus ' week; closing very firni, cows especially selling o advaritage. Quotations-Prime pens nIllocks to £12 10s- extran to r £14 l10s good to £11, usefult to £9 ::1Os??prime cowst . ,g to 510 7s tht, good to £8, usefutl to iOt 10s. Averasges-Mossrs Stock Bros., Cnmmais, Sandford, '20 bullocks £11: Jo td. Calves.-38 penned; incluiding a fair number of good to prime .velers., for which a brisk demnod existed' DBost to ?0 10s. Sheep.-3192 yarded. For quility a fairly brisk demand existed, last week's highest rates being fully, mdintained. Quotations-Prime crossbred :-others to Os id, extra to 24s, good to `18s id, useful to 10s, prime owei to 18s.lid; extra to 22s (ld, good to 16, ;merino vethers to 14-s id, no prime yarded. Lnmbs.-2576 toi hand. 'Prices ruled slightly easier for alldescriptions. ..Quo. lations--lPrime to 10, extra to l18m, Ieavyweight to ...

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Merino Post Office. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 12 March 1914

Merino Post Office. The steps taken by .the Merino Progress Association to render, the postal and telephonic service in connection with the' Merino post office mnre up-to-date and advantagous to the publid-have, through the energetic efforts of Mr Brock and the co-operation of the post office officials, assist ed by the influence of Mr A. S. Rodgers, M.P., been entirely suc cessful, as the following letter from the Postmaster-General to Mr Rodgers shows: Sir.-I beg to inform you that representations were made to this offoie on the 23rd ult. by Mr D; W. Brock, Merino; on behalf of the local Progress Association, urging the abolition of the holi day arrangements observed at the post office, Merino, on Wednes day afternoons,-and that steps be taken with a view :of ani' officer being: in attendance at the ex change between' the hours of 6 p.m. and 7 p.m. daily. Inquiry has been made in regard to these matters and it is found that the office could be kept open on Wed nesday afternoons wi...

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Glenelg Shire Council. THIS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 12 March 1914

Glenelg Shire Council. THIS DAY. Present :-The PIresident (Cr.r J Ioss) il the chair, Crs. F. W. Abbott, D. Boyle, T. Corluicliael, TL. Kich,L, J. Little, A. Mitchell,G, .Northeott, L. O'Connell, A. lres, .f .. ScotI; and T. W. \Vilddliombn:'. - : The Council mehtin sliceial.: ieeting.to idealt with the illbustions of erecting sile yards, anlthlie :tliply' of isatcr to Cna. terloos. _ Ciio it'ioATO, SAcLE 'tA Di Cr. KIocl bhail givhn alotice of intentlio to move that "the, resohutiion resolving to cretl sole yards on :tho: site reecittly purhslidll at Ilolgalhll beheldle in aeoy Ince for.the present for the further con sideration of purchasing it more ceitral site. at, or near Peacre's Blridge,on Sand. ford road." The President ruled this motion out of order, holding that'the Council had in sending the Engineer to Hamilton yards, visiting those yards themselves, andl ordering pircparnation plaIns etc., for lnhgallnh site, definitely ndoptetl that site, and could not eater into dis e...

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Collingwood Nurse. Always Recommends Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills to Her Patients. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 12 March 1914

Uollingwoodl N iurse. Always Itecomu lenlds Dr. iMlurse's Indian Root Pills to Her Patients. Nurse Mary A. Sellers, of 174 Easy Street, Collingwood, writes: "As a nurse of nine years' stand ing at Collingwood, t have found it necessary in many accouche mnont cases to recommend Dr. Morse's Indian Root Pills. They are al most univer sally used. In fact, many of my patients I found using your medicine I already. Per sonally, I can Nurse fary A. Sellers say they are From a Photo. an excellent remedy for Constipation. They act in a soothing manner, and I would not be without them, be cause they defy the symptoms of Constipation continuing, and in variably restore health -in a .very little time. You have my consent to use this testimony for publica tion, I having personally derived. great benefit from its use."

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