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A Deal in Sheep. Interesting Case in Casterton [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 19 March 1914
A Deal in Sheep. titerestlnfgO(ae In Cno terton At thel County .ouit; Canterton, this morning beforb His Honor, .Todg Jolohr ston, 3M'Neill liro, of Avoen, sldekdeal. ers, proceeded against Caroline AInetcod of "Talisker" Mferino, on n claim f»ir damages tor breach of contract to deliver certnin. sheep. C751/ was the amounit claimed. Mr F. W. Abbott, appeared for plain tiff and Mr G. A. Silvester for defendaint. Alexander M'Neill (sworn) deposed lie resided fifteen miles from Avocn, and was one of the plaintiffs. Had been stockdealing for 25 years. In November flrt he visited Casterton, and inspected eI00 l wethdrs at "Talishker" on 15th wilth Mr hlelpmuin, fMr MacLeod and Mr Dowling. Made an offer of 10/0 per head, I4 months' bill, with 121 per isnt rejection, and delivery id three weeks. This offer was refused. At Hamilton I met - Mr Kelsnall, nianager there for' Young Bros, and after conversation T Aigned contract of sale at 10/0 per head, 3 months' bill, 10 per cent rejection, a...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 19 March 1914
PHIENIX ASSURANCE 0O. LTD. ESTD. 1782 PIRI AOOIDENT. EMPLOYERS" LIABILITY. .losES PAID EXCEED £85,.N6... ...** bI SIeU FlIs ldw b? USTUIIU mr rni god by thiS 0i(MVM AGENTS WANTED. , TotN 461 To 471 BOURKE ST., MELBOURIE. oALO°MTY A 0. LT.. ANlTS. A.ne?o omon lin avaunah was prOa Epar len to set married. For tour oweeksr before the eremony (he saved up Ihr wago, nond Immediately after the wedding she hunted up her i kUtrees rnd nobed her to take cheoro 0o the tlnd. "I'll tAke it. of cour.e," aild the puzzled womano. "but. Maondy. won't you neth money to speed on your honerymoon?" M'"Stes lor?" Bald the bride. "doea you think I'o golen' to trust myself wd a netrange nlonhh an' ali dat money on me?" TO NEWR PAPER PROPRIETORS. :SECOND-HAND TYHPE CASES r (In Good Order), Lor: L:wert and Upper, Double and Treble. : For Sale, Cheap' COUNTRY PRESS COOPERATIVE l CO. LTD, TIlE EXCHIANGE, IIELI3OURNE. "'M." exlalmed y'unoll Teddy. bursting 'into the house, "i.\cer. Johnion enid ohe would elve ...
Dergholm Picnic Races. Wednesday, March 25th. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 19 March 1914
Dergijolm Picnic Races., Wednesday, March 25th. Following are the entries and weights forlthe above meeting, to be held Ilext Wednesday: Trial Handicap. " L' ?.ord Binnin, 11,7; Jloden, Loolck ay.. 11.0; Daphne, 10:12; -Bijengun, -10.10; !Fairy Queenn, lenato, 10.4 .Paul ZaDom? hay, 10.0. B- r : rush Steeplechase. Nilkn, 12.0; §ousa 11.7 ; Caronna, Dani the Ranger, :10.7 Paul Dombey, 10.4; Sirius; Cobb rar,lCiharilie, liar. rigan, 10.0. .Ladies' Bracelet. No.Trumps, 11.0; Judea, 12.0; Look Hay, 11.7; Zaltopsy, 11.4; Reptileno, Killora, 11.0 ; Daphne,. 10,12 Dan thl Ranger, Bijengiln, Soaisa, 10.10;, Fairy Queen, 10.0. Pony Race. M*iss Echo, 10.4; Dnrrcq, 10.0 ;. Doreen, 0.10; Miss Modesty, .7; YVern, Phiezie, 0.0.
TERRIER AS TELEPHONE [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 19 March 1914
TERlItlERt AS TXEP1.EIONOE "Floss." a six-year-old Irish terrier. belonglng to Mr. If. Woodward.- . frulterer'a carman, of Mansield (Notts), regularly acts gia a letter aorsler for her mauler (saya "The Daily Mal" of January 12).. She accompnl nles him on all his lourneys. and Is often employed In takilng written miessages to hla place of busilness. and bringing back the answer. ler beost performance was the double Journey In a snowatorm be- rooeen Mlanllold and. Mlr. VWoodwarda home at Sutton. three mlels away. Thb- answer arrived In an hour. The dog Is also used by a football Lean to take tho half-time and full lime scorea of their matclhes from the (round to an inn.
Merino. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 19 March 1914
Meriuo. On Sunday last "the Presbyterianso this town celebrated their anunal' lar. vest Festival, and the church internalli was made to look very tasty and orna mental with nicely designed decorations, as well as many substtantial offerings, representing nature's nerr-failing pro. ducits for the service of man. Tre music was suitable andi. the whole ser vice very bright, a large congregatior being present both morning and evening when-the ltev. J. W. Buchun, M.A., preached eloquent sermos,. bearing uponl the occasion. Since the late timely a~rd abundant downpoulr, registering nearly two inches, not so much interest has been taken by our inhabitanmts in the sinking of the town well, which has been finished and, the work-well carried out by Mr Simlkin and Son, of Digby. A moderate supply of good water. was secured at about 20 feet, which is thonught 'will lie sulllcient to meet all the demands likely to be made upon it. There was a good deal of trouble with powerful flow of silt, but ...
DOOMED ISLAND SAKURASHIMA AND ITS VOLCANO [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 19 March 1914
DOOMED ISLAND SA1KUIUASIIIIMA AND tITS VOLCANO ahkurashlma, tile small Islalld In tihe Sou?th of Japlan llwhich has been devas tated by a vglcaanic outburst. is situated in the Gulf of Kago shints. opposite the city of tile same name, tays tha editor of "Tile Japan Chronicle" in an Interesting article in 'The Mfanchester Guardhia." The island Is 21 miles in :lrcumfeorence, and the crater of the volcano at the summit is 3500ft. albove sea-level. Ac cording to Japanese tradition. the Island was produced by an cupheaval if the earth's crust in the year 796. iHowever that may be, the volcano was a'ithln historic times very active. ihough far more than a hundred years ow it I t:is ieon quliescent. There Is cc recordcd ease. moreover. of a vol canle outburst of Salcurashlltna equal to tile present In the extent and corn plctoncas of tilc disaster. 'iThe volcano moat feared in this Il region Is that of Klrlshlma,. higher up Lie bay, which can still ice seen smok Ing oil most days of tie yc...
SARAH BERNHARDT HONORED RECEIVES CROSS OF LEGION [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 19 March 1914
SARAH BERNHARDT HONORED ltECEIVIlS CIROSS OF LEGION Swan onte of many wHoe it-nt to con grattaulte Madame Sarah Bernhardt. iho has at last received the Cross of the Legion of Hlonor (says the Paris correspondent of "The Daily Tele gralph"). I irought Ier the con gratulations of "The Daily Telegraph,"t and of the inmmense circle of her Birlt ot atdmirers. and she said tllhat amollg the innumerable messages she tlad re telved she applreciated none more. "So ymlpathetie you Engllsh are, and at.l rays Ilave beent-atwawy so kind to tme. I am very tntoh touched. Please, con vey my deelpest tianks. All these cind attenttons to-day overnwhelmn me. I an euclne moved." And the great actress really did seem more moved than I have seen her on the stage. It walt ca famlny hltnchteo party that I interrupted, ill the house on thle Boulevard Perelre, wihere Mladame Sarah-as all her friends call her hial lived for many years. The house is tfull of menmentoes of htier long and Ilustrious career allov...
Casterton News Printed MONDAY & THURSDAY EVENINGS THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 19 March 1914
Printed I. MONDAY & THURSDAY EVENINGS 'f - THURSDAY, MARCII 19, 1014. On page 4 in this issue in given under heading "Munlilpal Sale Yards" an ex planation by Cr F. W. Abbott of the steps preoscribed under the Local Go vernment Act for proceeding to raise a loan such as is proposed for the erection of the projected Bahgallah yards," "Aus R 3ralian Cadets," with comment on Sir F. Ian Hamilton's eulogy on onr young n soldiers, Is given in the same part of the E paper, also "Woman" and many other a. items of interest. I A list of land available (garden sltee) u in town of Bandford appears in our ad vertising columns. On Tuesday afternoon, the Chairman (Dr Skinner) and members of the School Committee visited the Casterton State School grounds and fixed sites for the i two pavilion shelter sheds that are to be erected at once. It was agreed to place the girls' pavilion in the corner of the grounds at intersection of Jackson and MoPhernon Sta, and the boys' between the brick build...
Train Arrangements. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 23 March 1914
Train ArrIangements. Train loaves Caetorton 8.35 a.nm, Sand rord 8.40, Henty 9.12, Morino 9.40, Grass dale 10.12, Miakite 10.25, Branzholme 11.15, arrives Hamilton 11.50. Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday. Train leaves Hamilton 5 p.m., Branx nolme 6, Miakite 6.13, Grasdale 6 30, Morino 6.55, Henty 7,10, Sandford 7.25,. arrives Casterton 7.45 Tuesday and Friday. Leaves Hqnmilton 6.5, Branzholme 7.15, Miakite 7.28, Grasadle 7.40, Merino 8.10, Henty 8.25, Sandford 8.45, arrives Caster ton 9. Thursday. Leaves Hamilton 10.17 a.m., Branx holme 1125. Oraudale 11,53, Merino 12.17 p.m, Henty 12.29, Bandferd 12.47, arrives Casterton 12.55. Leaves Casterton 3.10, Sandford 3.24, Henty 3.42, Merino 4.2, Orasedale 4.30, arrives Branzholme 4.55, arrives Hamnl. on 6.8 p.m.
News in Brief. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 23 March 1914
News in Brief. Tile National Aerial League has com ploted plans for a flight of a flotilla of aeroplanos across the Sahara or Great African Desert. They will start from Oran, Algierie, Algcria, and the final landing willbe madeatTimbuctoo (French Soudan), a distance of 1400 miles. Pyrn midsof stones are to be placed at inter vals to mark the route. If the experiment proves successful, the establishment of a regular air mail service will be considered. E. F. Rolchenbach, a well known Vi-c 'torian road rider, who has done consider able riding throughout the Eastern States of the Commonwealth, intends cycling overland from Adelaide to Port Darwin at an early date. If tavorable, he will, on the return journey, make an effort to re duce Arthur MacDonald's longstanding bicycle record of 28 days, 15i hours. This record ias stood for 16 years. HONESTLY RECOMMENDED. "To anyone suffering from diarrhoea I can honestly recommend Colic and Diarr doea Remedy as being the most satil factory remedy...
SPORTING. Rifle Shooting. Digby v Coleraine. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 23 March 1914
SPORTING. Rifle Shooting. Digby v Coleraine. Following are scores in the matchfired on Saturday, March 14th'at Digby, at the 500 and 600 yards ranges, and which was won after an interesting shoot by the visitors by 3 points: DIGBY. G. Burgess, 67 ; E. Taylor, 64; J. C. Simkin, 64; W. J. Hide, 63; J. Allardice, 63; F. -Burgess, 60; D. M'Intosh, 57; G. T. Graham, 57. Total, 495. SCOLERAINE. L. Fitzgerald, 65 ;.W.-Taylor, 64; H. Lyon, 64; W; L. Temple ton, 62; H. J. Wheeler, 62; H. Taylor, 61; D. E. Fitzgerald, 60; J. L. Wheeler, 60. Total, 498. Apsley Races. The Apsley race meeting held on Monday last was one of the most successful held for some years. The weather was delight ful and the secretaries (Messrs F. A. Munn and E. Flynn) worked strenuously for success, and their efforts were amply rewarded. Results were: Maiden Plate.-H. D. Smith's Hynam Lass, 1; Peach and Wyn iatt's All British, 2. 7 starters. Border Cup.-H. D. Smith's Os ier, 1; R. Cross's Lord Binnia, 2. 5 starters. Hurd...
Market Reports. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 23 March 1914
Matrket Reporits.', The Australian Mercantile, Land and Finance Co., Ltd., roport March 19th, 19141:- Sheepskins.-Fair supplies were offered this week. Competition was not as keen; although market closed firm. .Hidos.-Average supplies; buyers were in full attendance, and the market for all weights was firm and un changed. __ The Geelong Hide, Skin, and Tallow, Brokeri Association report March 18: SSheopskins.-No change; markbt firm. Green Skins (full wool) : Merino and Comeback to 120d, Coarse Crossbreds to 9Od, Spring Lambskins (small to medium) to .64d. Pelts, merino, small to medium, to 3id; largo and superior to 66d; crossbreds, small to medium to 42d, large and superior to 72d each. Dry Skins : Merino and Comeback to 8ld; Crossbreds, to 7!d; Spring Lamb. skins, to 7jdi Pllts (mer &cbk) to O6d, short staples, merino, to 6td, weevily and dcadto did. Hides: Market firm and short supply. Butchers green hides, heavy and stout, good substance to 8 d; do., no substance to 7d ;...
Mount Gambier. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 23 March 1914
L. Mount hamDier. r. The long spell of dry weather has at n last broken, a fine steady rain setting in v early last Thursday morning. After the - ot winds the rain was most welcome. t The farmers have started to drill 'in their winter crops in various parts of the district, while others, anticipating more dry weather, do not think it advisable to sow the grain until the next fall for fear of the sun or hot winds scorching 3 off the young growth during the next e few weeks. A rise of 5/ per ton is reported in the r local potato market. The ruling quota r ion is now £3 per ton at MoAint Gambier. Nearly 20,000 shares have been ap Splied for at 'Mount Gambier in the South Australian Oil Wells Co. Several options for boring over lIrge areas have been secured from lind. owners in the South-East during the past week. Good prices rule in the stock market. Fat bullocks are selling at £7/0,,fat. steers at £5/6, fat cows at £6/5, cows . with calves £/10, springing heifers £4/10, fat wothers 17...
THOSE SUDDEN STABS. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 23 March 1914
THOSE SUDDEN STABS. When the kidneys are aick, sharp, darting pains strike you in the back, loins or sides-pains that almost take your breath".way, and often .omake you cry out in agony. It is almost impossible to mistake those kidney pains, for they seem to centre about the small of the back where the kid neys are located. There is no plaster or liniment that will reach the inside cause-sick kidneys. What is needed is a kidney medicino-a'kidney stimu; laent, to start the kidneys.working as they should-a healing, soothing tonic, to relieve and cure congestion and in flammation in the kidneys. There is no other, remedy for sick kidneys quite equal toDoan'saBackache Kidney Pills. M: Il. Robinson, Railway, Station, Casterton, says :-"Some time ago I had a nasty fall, and hurt my back, and as a result I suffered terribly prith backackache. The pain wasaoften so se Vero that I could hardly get about, and it was only with great diffiulty that I was able to stoop. I was ad. vised to take a...
Dergholm. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 23 March 1914
Dergholm. The Dergholm school picnic was held on the 13th inst., and was a great suc cess. Miss Shrive, the Head Teacher, was secretary, and had a strong com. mittee of local ladies who co-operated heartily with her to make it an enjoy-. able success. The children had a great day with the good things provided at' the spread, numerous races and ganies, and the children of a larger growth also had a pleasant day. - The late rainfall was welcomed here, totalling 134 points, which has.given an ampie supply for tlhe householders' tanks. - . ' The Harrow riflemen are to visit here next Saturday, 28th inst., and keen in terest is evinced by ourldefenders in the approaching contest. The .Dergh6ln team will be picked from tihe"folldowmng members, who are requested to be on the range at 12 noon i-W. Howlett,'P. Bettsworth, F. Lawrence, W. Gull, E. Gull, R. Gull, H. Hiwlett, J. Howlett, A. Donohau, W. Seown, E. Qnion, F. Sharam, A.Bilston.
Municipal Sale Yards TO THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 23 March 1914
Maulicipal Sale Yards To THE EDITOR SIR,-I desire to draw the at tention of stookowners as to what took place at the meeting of the Council on Thursday 12th. ,The first steps were 'taken" t borrow a sum of money to erect municipal sale yards on a site on the Bah gallah road near the Chinese gar dens. Now, of all the proposals brought forward by the Council since the inception of the Shire, this stands out as one of the most preposterous. For the benefit of the many ratepayers who are un acquainted with the locality of this site, let me explain that it is situated a good two miles from the town on a piece of sandy, ;crub-infested land recently ac uired at a cheap rate from the Closer Settlement Board. It is on a road leading to nowhere, and directly serves only a few isolated arms set in a wilderness of scrub. t is possible to get sheep across o it from the Mount Gambier nd Penola roads in summer, ,ut in winter both the side lanes and these main roads are flooded o such an extent tha...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 23 March 1914
T Meet the Times. -1 sbow eualna lnnOPW= =e. amowua IL.0 ýiiitia Voauhr, Athtnm, end Dhonobhlttu.C1 (worth a hmintst and Dwnggtht Guinea a bottle) in bottles. Ia. 2., and He per bottle 3 OCnetrtot. BO1NNI ?TON II 11,"0: UP . H. & G. 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 Days. We Cordially Invite Inspection. H. & ,G. Harris, CASTERTON. FISH FISH FISH for for for LENT. LENT. LENT. i JUST LANDED AT J Spendlove's At the very right moment, For thile Lenten Season : An Enormous Purchase of Fish "of Best BLSands, which we are goiuig to 4sell at (ireatly Reduced Prices, notwithstanding i a big rise in markets. Compare Our Prices ! Best Brand Salmon, flat 1-lb tins, lid tin; Best Fresh Herrings, Morton's, 6d tin; Larsen's Ling Fish, 6,d lb; Herrings in Tomato Sauce, 8d tin; Kippered Herrings, 85,d tin; Wood's White Bait, delicious. 2...