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Dergholm Picnic Races. ON Wednesday, March 25, 1914 [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 23 March 1914

Derghoimr Picnic Races. ON ;Vedncesd(ay. M rch 25, 1.51 l'trno:o Cr. . WO: Abboitt, Mesrssi D. A. hiulbertua' J.i'., i. Paterson, J, b~ile, i.'V.' 1noLeod, ind P. Learmouth anid Co. toflloils: Prosdent, Mr P. Turner; Vlco ?.Presidents, Messra K;. Nicholson and L. A. Rodersoa; Committle, .Messrs J. C. Duvis, P. E. Virgoe, A. and .d. Tureor. W., J., E., A., B., anad I Gull, P. Qulnn, A. H. Bilston, W. Hack, F. F; A:. nd W. H. Roper, S. Astbury. F. T. Bettsworth, W. Forrior, and E Csasldy; Clerk of Sceles, Mr P. E. Vlrgoe; Clerk of Course, MrJ. C. Davis; Starter, Mr IF. T. llettnworth ;Judge, Mr O. R. Pat: terson. PROGRAMME : MAIDEN PLATE, 6 furlongs. First prize, trophy, value .2; second, trophy, value 10e. DERGHOLM HANDIOAP, 9 furlongs First. trophy, value £4 10s; second, trophy, value 10s. PONY RACE, 14 hands and under, 5 furlongs. Trophy, value .C2. BRUSH STEEPLECHASE. First, trophy, value £4 10s; second, trophy value 10s. LADIES' BRACELET, 6 furlongs, (to be nomilated by ladies). ...

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Digby. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 23 March 1914

Digby. The funeral of the the late Miss A; Sharp, second daughter of Mr R. Sharp,who passed away on Sat-   urday 14th, took place last Tues- day, the remains being followed to the Digby cemetery by a large number of relatives andfriends   The deceased young lady, who   was 19 years of age, was of a most amiable disposition, and had been a great sufferer for 12     months, previous to her death. A pleasing feature was the march of       the school children at the end of the procession, accompanied by their   head teacher, Mr G. T. Graham, who formed them into parallel lines at the township boundary as the cortege passed through. Rev. E. Schwieger conducted a short service in the house and officiated at the graveside. Mr C. Kohn carried out the mortuary arrange ments.

Publication Title: Casterton News And The Merino And Sandford Record, The
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TAKE NO OTHER. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 26 March 1914

TAKE NO OTHEt. For nine years I suffeord with a Ifver disorder and tried numerous medicines, obtaining very little relief," writs Mrs Esther J. Coles, Major's Creek, N.S.W. "After taking Chamberlain's Tablets regularly for a fortnight I found I was greatly benefited, and am now completely restored to health. My.father, who is 79, se an invalid and is troubled with con stipation, but has obtained the greatest benefit from Chamberlain's Tablets. Rather than use any other medicine we lave often sent into Braidwood, that is 20 miles away, for Chamberlan's Tablete. Bold everywhere,

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Catholic Federation. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 26 March 1914

Catholic Federation. The second annual report of the Victorian branch of the Aus tralian Catholic Federation has been issued by the State Council. It shows that 356 branches of the Federation have been formed in Victoria, with about 5000 workers as members of the branch Coun cils. Over 40,000 members were enrolled during last year. Prom inence is given in the report to the education question. The State Council expresses a deter mination to persist in bringing under the notice of fair-minded non-Catholics the injustice of the present system as it affects Cath olic citizens. The Federation is also actively opposing the pro posal to introduce sectarian teach ing into the public schools of Vic toria. A Catholic Immigration Bureau has been carried on during the year, and has been of great assist ance to new arrivals. The Fed eration has co-operated with non Catholic bodies in such matters as the work of the anti-sweating league, the improvement of the housing conditions of the poor, and ...

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Independent Order of Rechabitis. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 26 March 1914

nJldaependent Order of techabitis. The report submitted to the An~ual Conference, held in Bal tarat recently,. referred to the fact that fifty years ago the third annual meetingtwas held in Bal larat, when sixteen Tents were re presented, with a total member ship of 485. ,The Tents now, adult and. junior, total nearly 500. The total benefit members, including 367 in arrearr, are now 18,123, medical benefit and hon orary 6894, and junior members 7212, making the total strength in Victoria 32,229. The funds in creased by £17,051 during the year, making the total £328,970. The total increase of membership in all classes, 1857, is a record achievement for the Order in Victoria. The establishment of upwards of 150 branches'has been reported, one branch alone having over 200 members. The order gives £10/110 yearly to provide prizes for an examination dn the subject of temporance, conducted by the Education Department. The report referred to the fact .that local option to enable the men an...

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Reveals Complexion Secret of the Spanish. Lady Tells How they Keep Their Youthful Completions, even at Sixty. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 26 March 1914

Reveals Complexion Secret of the: Spanish. Lady Tells How they IKeep Their Youthful Colnpletions, .evenant .81xty. "As a young girl," writes one of-our readers, "I always hid a nice clear and delicately-tinted complexion,- but 'on reaching the ago of thilrty it changed completely. The chilly winter winds and rain made my skin rough and dry-my ace used to burn and smart horribly after the slightest exposure to frost or cold. I felt very worried to seothedread ful change that was taking place. About this time I went for a trip abroad, and while travelling in the south of Spain, be cant? intimate with an elderly Spanish lady. Knowing how proud the Spanish girls are of their lovely skin, and hoping lhe could help me, I told her ofnmy trouble. She advised me to obtain two nunces of rose water, one dram tincture of benzoin, and two ounces of ordinary lowers of oxzoin from the chemist, which, she said, I could mix myself, and after shaking well, apply it with a soft cloth or sponge. -She s...

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Australian Wool Trade. Annual Review. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 26 March 1914

Australian Wool Trade. Annual Review. By Goldabroughl, Plort and Co., Itd.l The clip for 1913 will add some 332,000,000 to Australia's wealth, * and that this result has been at tained without any of the spoon feeding methods in force in other Industries is effective testimony to the.good work done by the g rower. The substantial propor tions assumed by the export trade of Australia in Iruttpn and lamb arrest attention, and the increases in 1913 are so striking that we Squote them. Compared with 1912 the exports of mutton and lamb * show increases of almost 70 per cent. and 31per cent. respectively. The growth of the export trade in meat moans so large a proportion of our sheep will be wanted by the freezer that any increase in wool production can hardly be looked for. The season from a wool grow ing point of view has been all that could be desired, the Autumn rains were abundant and the re sultant growth of the feed luxur ious. The winter was dry and free from fluke, foot rot, and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 26 March 1914

C ough, &sthlia, and dl"ohtls Cure ( iworib a CmIet Guinen a bottle) in Bottles. 1.. 2n, and 8 pr bottle rterto. Does Your Child Sttffer i ' frnom Worms? Stomach and Intestinal Worms are the cause of nine-tenths of the crying frotfulness and irrita bility of children. The mere nention of worms makes one feel inoomfortable, and their presence 1 in the system must assuredly :nuse such torture- and agony ;hnt there is little "wonder at the rritable disposition which is so ften developed, not only in 3hildren, hut frequently in adults. Worms require a specific medi cine, and there is no better re medy than Comstock's "Dead Shot" Worm Pellets, as used by Mrs Willmott, of Cooma, N.SW., who states :-"Hearing about the wonderful success of your Worm Pellets, I decided to give them a trial. Ilgave my three children -Roy, Phyllis, and Horace-a dose each, as they had all the symptoms of Worms. The Pel lets wore taken at 6 o'clock in the morning, and at 10 o'clock Roy had passed a Stoma...

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Merino. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 26 March 1914

Merino. The second round of the Wannon Rifle Association matches will be fired off on Saturday, when Digby comes tc AMerino-and Sandford meets Coleraine. The Merino team will be selected from the following, vize :-Dwyer, Fox, Northcott, Enscoe (3), H[ussen, Davis, Donald, Hughes and J. P. Donald. As is not generally known, the com. petition this year is a sweepstake, each Club putting in £2/2, and unlike last year the teams are all firing from scratch. A £1/1 medal is to be giron to the shooter making the highest ag. gregate of three shoots, two of whilch are to be on outside ranges. On Saturday, our boys played a cricket match at Digby, and were'vice. torious by some 4 wickets and 60 runs. . A school committee was elected at a meeting of parents held in the State school room on Thursday night. The head teacher, Mr E. A. Elliott, presided. Messrs E. A. Grant, J. ]Hollard, J. Joyce, W. Davis, and F. J. Burrbll wereappointed, and it was arranged that the now members shall meet on Thur...

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Champion Billiards. A New Record. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 26 March 1914

Chalamiiion B.illiards. A New Record. The final match of 18,000 up for the lhampionslip of England between T. ltecce and ?lelbolorne Tiaman (holder) is now in progress, the scores at this stage being: Inman ... 12,000 IRecee ... 9,874 Daring the play on Saturday evening Inman left a double baulk, and Reece failed to score. Inman easily secured position, and played with extreme care and perfect strength and judgment. He met with no diflicalties until he had nade a break of 630, when -the balls vere covered. By a brilliant thin cush. on cannon he scored. Ile received an avation on passing Stevenson's 6.18, made against Diggle in Iltin. Inman con tinied his break to 7.14, which is a ehamni pionship record.

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"In Memoriam." [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 26 March 1914

"In Memoriam." A memorial service for the late Mr iH. G. MleEwen and Mrs D. Ross was held on Sunday morning last in Scots' Church, Casterton. A large cotigregl~ lion was present, ideludidlg reldtiv?s it ibotli bbreived families. Mr Wiltshirg ;cesidec sat tlde organi; add thio liygnis were in keepimg with the servce, thp closing hymn being : "Forever with the Lord." The choir sang as an Anthem, Newman's Hymn: "Lead Kindly Light," to the tune "Sandon." The service was based on the text, II Cor inthians, i. 3 to 7, andthe Minister in dealing with it showed the great need of human life. for comfort and cosnsoln tion which Paul dwells on there, and the meeting of this need to the Christian in Christand Ills teaching. He showed how the knowledge of Christian truth and a life lived in accordance with it was a great help to all when times of sickness and distress came, and pointed dut'how this was exemplified in the lives of those who had liced taken awaf frdni them. Speakilig od tile late ...

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SPORTING. Dergholm Races. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 26 March 1914

SPORTING. Dergholm Races. The 'Dergholm Picnic lRacing Club old their annual races at: the Derghohn ourse yesterday, in lovely weather. riere was a large attendance of specta:. ors, the racing being up to the usual taindard: Results areas follows: MAIDEN `PLATE, II furlongs. Settling Day.. ... 1 Miss Westerly . 2 Princess... DEROHOLM HAN DIOA', 9.Jur longs. Lock ]lay had a walkover. ?ONY RACE, I I hanils and under, 5 furlongs. Doreen- ... ... 1 Darrne'q . . Plhizzio . This iras' one of the best races of the lay. IRTISH STEEPLEtofHAE. Caroonna ... .. 1 Charlie, :-... . - Only two starters. LADIES' BRAOELET? fturlongse Sousa i. Loek Iety ..' The stewards held air irtquiry into the inning of Lock lny.dand ldecidled to lspend tho jockey for one onth. : H." 6 -.•HACi ,6,"fuerlonge. Regret ... .. 1 .lerednuht ... .... 2 Atlidrns . ,, 3. Won easily. SCURRY, 5 fuarlongs. Regret ... ,,. 1 Pearl Shot ... ... S Milka ... ... 3

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Home Rule Question. Latest Developments. MELBOURNE, This Day. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 26 March 1914

Home Rule Question. Latest Developments. [RY WIBE.] MELBOURNE, This Day. In the House of Commons several Liberals have condemned the Ministry for having failed to adequately deal with the Irish situation. Mr Ward, the Member for Stoke.on. Trent, said that the Liberalt demanded the right to make laws absolutely withll out interference either by-'th .King or: army. A remarkable demonstration 'followed. Nationalists and Ministerialists cheered for two'minutes. Other Liberals said that many Liberals would resign rather than sit in a House dictated to by army officers. The discussion was adjourned. Colonel Seeley promising to disclose all the facts of the situation next day. Brigadier.General Gough says they received signed guarantees that In" no In otance would they be used againat Ut. ster. Ru]mo-s are in circulation that at the outset the Government determined to disarm the Ulster volunteers. Buoyant prices on the Stock Exchange and an advance in Consols are regarded as evidences that...

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Water Supply. TO THE EDITOR [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 26 March 1914

: e Water Slupply. To TTiLLi Dfo clo SStn,-The Shire Council having de. rided to adopt the Es-T Lagoonl schecme as recommended by Blr Fowler (and I other exoperts) is a suitable water supply . for (iii Town of Castertoo, it ony in ci terest ratopelctl tI llcvltuowaw t lhas to Ibe done Ulifor the scheme cltrt fod Od'ptedl a and what Iowers thie (; inister, Goverior in-Council and Wailer 'Vrtrdr j9ssess. e '.to start with, the Council m-lnul pr; I pare a complete plan and description of tithe proposed rwat-rworks, and the de scription mast clearly set forth the ol. o ject and pttripose of the proposed water rt works, the mode in which it is desired to obtain fTtndas: for their constrnetion, an i estiniate b the edst, and a statement of t" the nnancin nttfle 6f the; property to be Sllbenefited thiereblcy. c The plan aiiuld-cl ds'riptioi' aforesiid cc mast then be forwarded to' the Minister W ith an dpplication for sulbmission to tihe foverior.lcn.Coulncil, for hlissanefion for the cons...

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Casterton Branch, A.N.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 26 March 1914

Uneterton Branch, A.N.A. The usual fortnightly meeting of the above branch was held in the A.N.A. Hall on Tuesday night, the President (Mr F. Martin) occupying ` the chair. Accounts amounting to £3 is 10d were passed for payment. - The President spoke in terms of regret at losing such a valuable member as Mr Wollnston, and moved that a resolution be sent to the Kyneton liranch express ing regret at his removal. The` motion was seconded by Mr A. McDonald, and supported by lMr H. S. McBean (secre. tary) and others, and was carried unani. mously. The treasurer's report showed-Rle. ceipts, £8 17s 6d.

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Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 26 March 1914

Correspondence.. ln du not In naly way Ientnfy onrenlvno with tih opinions of our corrnn pondohte. AIl elttersnmuslt banconmpnnied by thlnnme nwnd nddrlrn of Iomenderiotnoecnuirily for iub. liention, but no i gnaraiitntef good falth.]

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 26 March 1914

9o jet the oes.- itn now. petti ul my ramose' l.&ffLI~ fi Cough, A!theps, end Blopchttlrare (worth a Chemist anQ.DaDugglg - ~Qujn.,uea Ri b09) in Bttj.e 1s. 2ea.* .flhiopar bottle . _.., Casterton, REXONA. The Rapid Healing Ointment 'oures with remarkable rapidity Sores, Ulcers Burns, Cuts, Bruises, Eczema, Chilblains, and all Diseases of the Skin. Sold in triangular pots at sle. Od. and 3s. I SUFFERED FOR YEARS FROM OYRONIC CONSTIPATION, HEAD ACHES, NEURALGIA, AND BLEED 'ING PILES. "TO-DAY I FEEL QUITE WELL, BRIGHT AND CHEERFUL." "I have suffered from chronic conetli pation and most terrible headaches and neuralgia for years; also bleeding piles writee Mrs. Bronner, Alien's Place, Port Melbourne, Vie. "I always fancied I could see black spots in front of my eyes, and my face was always a sallow colour I have tried many different kinds' of remedies and pills, but I got no benefit from any of them, so I came to the con clusion that the neuralgia was the conse quence of the po...

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Royal Mail Coaches. CASTERTON TO HARROW LINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 26 March 1914

Royal Mail Coaches. (OaS?LnTON To HARRow LING. Leavos sMondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays COsttrton at7 a.m. ; Wando Vale 8 am. Brim boalt 0.0 a.m. ; Chtwynd 11.1 a.m. Chtwyynd Eut 11.650 a.m. Duo at Itarowr 1.45 a.m SLU?ves Harrow Tucsdayu 12 InooU, TIhrsdays rand Saturdays 1.30 p.m., Chotwynd East Tuesdays 1.66 p.m., Tllursdays and Ptutnrday, 8l.2 p.m.; Cbhtwynd, Tuaesdays 3 m., T urn. days and Sstuardayse4O0 p.m. ; Brimboal, Taues. day ,4,1 p.m., Thursdays and Saturdays 5-1S ap.m, Wando Vale, Tuesdays 3.45 p.m., Thurs. Says and Saturdays 7.11 p.m. Due Casturton, Tucdava 1.45 p.m., Thursdays and Baturdsys 8.1lip.ts. Boekintn omcn Castorton, at Mr W. B. laBcan'rs saddnr's siup ; at Harrow IMr isuisgan's saddler's sihop. All passnagorl for Han'mw must book ovcrnight. CAETE'BON TO Pt?OLA LI?E. L" oane Tuesdays and Fridays, Canterton a.m. Lakelsaumndi, 14.00 .m. Duo Ponola B.A.) 1].80 p.m. (S.A, time). LnAaves ?dnesda~n and Saturdnanys, Panola S.A.),9 a.m (iSA. tum,); Lsake Mutdi, 12.15...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 26 March 1914

'Orient Line Of Royal Mail Steamers. SFor London, via Adolaide, Fremantle "'(W.A.), Colombo (for India), Egypt, SNaples, Toulon, Gibraltar, and Plymouth. " Lcr. I A. Arriro And fortnightly thoroeafter. The Steamer of ito? Orient Line are fittd awith oil modern and p-todnato oiap p lances for the sfoty anld comfort of passengers. PaOsongers are carried in ,all classes. Third-claoss accomnmodation: .-8leplig. rooms, dining rooms, dock .cq :eramodntlon, and cuisine a speoelty. - Rdradtho-World Rates, via Canada, United States, Japan or South Africa, quoted on application. Pleasure or business trips on the coast (to Fremantle, Adelaide, Sydney, or Bris bans) quoted on application. " The Locdi Agents will supply circulars or further information on application. Passage from any port may be prepaid oero. iD. L. DoWDELL, Branch Manager, 312 Collins Street, Moelbourne. Local Agents- w-l YOUNG BriOS., Cursterteoi,. viortiland and Melbourne Steameers Sail a under (weather and .,'otherieiroumst...

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Casterton News Printed MONDAY & THURSDAY EVENINGS THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 1914. [Newspaper Article] — The Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record — 26 March 1914

Pnnted MONDAY & THURBSDAY EVENINGB THURSDAY, MAROCH 2, 1914. On parge dIn this issue will be found "Auetralleh Wool Trade," being extracts from Masrs Ooldehrough Mort and Co'. "Annual Review"; "Independent Order of Rechabite.." "Catholic Federation," "Cannibalism in the New Hebrides," be sides othergeneral Items ot news matter. SAt the inquest on the bodies of the via times ofthe Exeter rallway collision, Driver rwln, who had charge of the mail train, was found guilty of manslaughter and pompcttte4 for trial. , e'rsgret tiat a paragraph which ap peared In our last issue relating to tie secretary of a picnic race meeting selling tickets at a funeral in a district town, and particulare of which were sent in to us from some distance from Casterton. has led to a wrong impression getting abroad as to whom the party was that was Im mediately concerned therewith. Efforts are being made to nMake the paragraih apply to cecta|il gentlemen living in Cas- I terton, we therefore hastep t...

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