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OUR NEW SERIAL. THE OPENING CHAPTERS OF The Heart of a Girl. A Powerful domestic story, depicting the difficulties of a fine type of work girl. APPEAR IN THIS ISSUE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 6 January 1914

OUR NEW SERIAL. ?¶E OPENING CHAPTERS OF The Heart of a Girl. A powerful domestic story, depicting bthe difficulties of a lfine type of work girl. By HENRY FARMER. Author of "The Adventuress," etc. APPEAR IN THIS ISSUE. . Among new writers of fiction, Mr. Farmer has achieved a front rank place by sheer merit. When his name was hardly known his serial stories commanded notice by reason of their vivid characterisation. He has been especially successful in focussing keen attention on the conditions of life ol shop assistants and that great grow ing class which includes so many young women of middle-class respec tability. In this case the villain is an intensely daring and melodramatic character, whose designs are calcula ted to set the reader's teeth on edge. The heroine is a splendid type of girl and makes the story absorbing.

Publication Title: Kerang New Times
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SWAN HILL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 6 January 1914

SWAN HILL RACES. The Swan Hill Jolckey Club held theil race meeting on Monday, 29th December Though the weather conditions were not all that could be desired-the thermome ter showing over 100 degrees and the ail carrying a considerable amount of dust theattendancc was good and patrns enjoyt themselves owing to the good fields and keen racine. The olfficers of the clul were untiring in their effbrts in carrying out the arrangeminents which were very satisfactory alike to the public and to the owners of the horses. We give below the results of the rges : Trial Stakes. F. Hing's Pine Hill... ... 1 Patterson & Barwick's Miss Colin + T. N. Adson's Euphorion Queen t + Dead heat, Pony Race. J. Barton's Maggie M .. 1 ' A. J. Cullen's Innisheer .. 2 E. Barker'sGallee Mlaid .. 3 Brush Hurdle Race. J. Fitzmaurice's Sir Colin . ... 1 F. W. Committi's Power .... 2 A. J. Austin's Dempsey ... 3 Maiden Plate. F, Hing's Diamond Bracelet ... 1 'M. W. Wilkins' Jungle Town... 2 A. Ml'lnuena Foo...

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"From the Manger to the Cross." A REVIEW. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 6 January 1914

* "From the Manger to the Cross."' A REVIEW. (By" Rev. W. II. Jackson.) Begfaning with Mary in ier home in the true character of tihe saintly. 'maiden, the Aniun~ciation is the first fainliar scene, andt is emphasised by the gentle and mnodest bearing of the young woman \heo is here taking so delicate a part; Joseph, in his workshop busy, yet conltemplatire, as he looks upoe alary, poldering over that which Ihas been revealed to hitm. The a" rival at the "ifnn:" where accoodal tion is refused, is, to this poiul, the best scene (the Iialeni Company seem to Iihard been slgulirlv successful in thleir groupings, every large group of people is most comnmendale)) ; herele Joselph, leadling the ass upon whliich Mary is seated, moves away fmili the crosd, and seeks the shelter of the stable. Thie manger scene is very beautiful and becomes instructive as one realises that it is identical withl the original conditions of' the "manger cradle." Thle midnight slhepherd scene upon the very hills'...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 6 January 1914

i. ?b vogue of • • Embroidery was never so , baauked. What a wealth of beauty - ., Embroidery calls to , mind. - For the Summer Season Embroideries are to be more opular than ever at H]awthorne Bros. You may see all the Newest Designs and Styles. ;i Such a variety of widths too for every purpose to suit the taste of my lady. Charming designs in Flouncings, Allovers, Edgings, Beadings, Insertions, Now ladies you will certainly desire some of these for your Summer attire, and nowhere wdill you find such values as we are offering, Why not call and inspect while the variety is complete ? Watch our Windows for prices and values. HAI THQBNE iAS The Store that serves you best, SANDHURST and Northern District TRUSTEES, Executors, and Agency OMPBANY, Limited. When making your Will appoint this Company Executor, it being empowered by Special Act of Parliament No 979 to act as , ExeCutor, Adninistrator, Or Trustee. JAMES P. B. McQU1E Manager. p ?rompt and effectual medicine in u oe for thi - c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 6 January 1914

-,IT NEVER FAIL S. - "Foi. ycars wi h libeelicn using Clii?i. berlain's Cough Rlmeed, sys AIMr 1.r bert H.- Woodhead.: Wentworth, N.S .V '\\Te hliave six chidhiec and ieveri use anythiuig else for. thle: lfeailinent of coughs collds and Ibronchial conmplainits. - con: fidenily recoimmnd Chainlmberlaim's Cough Remnedy 1to everyonec, more especlialy to. pirents, who; like myself, lhave young children'sl Hlealth to safcguard. It fnever fai s to give folice in all cases." Soldi by all chemists aniid slorekeeiers. SWHOOPING COUGH.; M"y. li.ttle boy Ii.haid whooping cough very baidly," says "ilis A. llHenderson life Peoplecs Store, 47. lgil(-rd.;- Mor iinglon, P.z. "I tried seveiral cough ?ielicies, wilhout any of them doling him anry good then trid Cedl Cliamber Jtn's Cough Remedy',ind- he -golt miner d ra;e iclicf --Since :thsc I.u me always ki?t--a bot-lole of tb5 ?So- seidcfiul moindi cae! bjy nme aild 'recommenii d it to &evry o ce.- '" Sold by v'all' chbeinists :ind store ke...

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Holiday Drowning Fatalities. TRAGEDY AT QUEENSCLIFF. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 6 January 1914

Holiday Drowning Fatalities, TRAGEDY AT QUEENSCLIFF: The Christmas and New Year holidays have piovided the usual complement of drowning fatalities, a number of cases be ing reported in almost every issue of the metropolitan dailies. Tho most sensa tional and tragic experience occurred on SSunday morning last at the back bhch at Queeseliff, where two lives were lost and three others only recovered after restora tive methods had been applied Tho-e who lost their lives were: Muriel May Hunter, 23 yeaf? of age, Middle Park William Thomas Seab ook, 32, MIaS ern Those who were restored were Thomas Ulhudius Seabrook, Milvern Rupert Anderson, Not th Fitzroy : Arthur M David, Ballarat Rupert Anderson and Miss, Hunter, iwho had only become engaged the e en ing bifure, having been friends for inany years, were the first of the bathers to find themselves in difficulties They were bathing in the surf about 400 yards west of the lighthouse. The spot has always been regarded as dangerous, the swir...

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FLASHES BY WIRE. "NEW TIMES" SPECIAL SERVICE. PER REUTERS AGENCY OVERSEAS & AT HOME. MELBOURNE. ATTEMPTED SUICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 6 January 1914

FLASHES BY WS "NEW TIMES" SPECIAL SERVICE.. PER REUTERS AGENCY OVERSEAS & AT'HOME. MELBOURNE. ATTEMPTED SUICIDE. Hugh Jaborlinski, a young Russian medical student, charged with attempted suicide, said he was tired and fell into the river. Besides his own language he could speak French and German, but owing to his ignorance of English he could not get employ ment with a doctor. He was re manded for further inquiry.

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COMMERCIAL. BENDIGO PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 6 January 1914

COMMERCIAL. BENDIGO PRODUCE MARKET. Messrs Curnow and Thomas report: Prime factory butter, to 11Ad per lb.; prime separator butter, 10.d to lid per ib.; dairy butter, .8;d to 94d lb.; eggs, Sd to 9d dozen; preserved, Is lo Is Id; cheese, new, 6d to 6,d per lb:; prime matured, Sd to 9d per lb-; honey, 6011). tins, to :3d per lb.; do. 121b. tins, 3.d to 4d per lb.; bacon, sides, 1Od to 11d per lb.; middles, lOd to lid per lb.; hams, 11id to 1s Id per lb.; pork, carcase, 5d to 6Gd per lb ; pork sausage, 7d to 9d per' b.; pigs cheeks, 21d to 3d per lb.; vealers, 2d to 3d per 16.; beeswax, Is Ed to Is 4d per lb. Poultry.-Turkey gobblers, extra prime, 27e 6d to 36s per pair; medium, to 21s per pair; poults, 14s to 16s per pair ; turkey hens, to .16s per pair ; roosters, prime, 5s 6d to 6s 9d per pair; medium, 4s to 6s per pair; chickens, Is 6d to 3s per pair ; lens, 3s to is per pair ; ducks & ducklinps 3s 9d to Us 6d per pair; goslings, 6s 6d to 10s per pair ; pigeons, Is to 2s 6...

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COUNTRY MAN ROBBED. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 6 January 1914

COUNTRY MAN ROBBED. Herbert Duffy wvho met John Barrett, of Rainbow, in town on December 31st, and robbed him of £8 after being well treated by Barrett, was committed for trial.

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Ministerial Elections. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 6 January 1914

Ministerial Elections. Sir Frank Madden, the Speaker, issued Iwrite for the electoral districts of Allen da'e, Boring, Essendon, Caslleiaine and 3I,>ldon, Prn~ran and WVarriainbool, on the 29lh ult. Nominations must be lodged before noon to-day Polling will t..ke place on 5tlh ;ast The two Imem bers of the L-gislative Council who have accepted office in the Watt Ministry, Messrs J. Drysdalo Brown (Nelson Pro vince and F. Hagelthorn (North west province) have been returned unopposed. The Premier's seat is to be challenged. Mr F Keo:,ne has been selected by t3 Labor Part'y to contest- E-sendon. Mr \ II Wcbber, secretary of the Grocers' Employes' udion, is put up by the Labor ites to oppose Mr MacKinnon for Pralran Mr Farquihar McCrae, a Liberal, is ill the field against Mr W Hutchinson for Bor. un,. Mr McCrae is a leading man in the Wiimmera district, having prominently identified himself with the municipal,. f;arning, industrial and social life of the Winimmra and neighboring loca...

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SAVINGS IN POLICE BUILDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 6 January 1914

SAVINGS IN POLICE BUILD INGS. Police Superintendent Sains bery claims to have effected a savings of £300 in each of the police buildings required at War ragul, Sale, Neerim and Rosedale by. personally visiting the di's tricts named.

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Holiday Re-action. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 6 January 1914

Holiday Re act The ro-a;ction of the hoi now bcingr felt in Kerang as country towns. In the bs the strenuous work prior to the Christmas and ewv , has cased off and given way slackness Tfiis vwillallow i iog which will soon be the day. The stock sales will be Friday next, and pig and PI the following Friday. 'ihe meeting which should, undt circumstanlces take places next will be allowed to lap' meeting of the year will t3 10th February. Many rer ? away at the seaside or so:5i) locality, while others are JUi bo depart. A quiet time 1ii cd for the nextmonth or cb,

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HURDLE RACER PURCHASED. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 6 January 1914

IKURDLE RACER PUR CHASED. Mr Pharez Phillips has bought Widden, the hurdle racer. Mr Phillips leaves for England in March. WRONG MAN ARRESTED. Jas A. Griffiths, alias O'Neill, who was arrested on suspicion of being Sparks, the prison breaker, who escaped from Pentridge 12 years ago, has agreed to accept £26 as compensation for being arrested. The police_ acknow ledge to having been mistaken in the man.

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Kerang Court of Petty Se[?] Wednesday, 21st December Before Messrs E. Argyle and [?]ser, J's.P.) Debt. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 6 January 1914

Kerang Court of Petty S": Wednesday, 21st DcoI Before Meossrs E. Argyle and. i: ser, J's.P.) Debt. Murphy Bros v P. F. McIv Goods sold and delivered , amouunt in defaulb distress, co.i Maintennce. i SergeantbJ. P Msdigan v !iam Hehir, to show caude 'why to pay for or towards the mainu his three children, at prese:: the State should not be madeic Mr Trebilcock appeared fort aut who offered to pay 7s Gd( p wards the maintenance of one Order made for 7s 6d pe agreed. i

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MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 6 January 1914

MELBOURNE GRAIN MAR KET. Wheat, 3s 53/d, oats, prime Is 9jd milling, feed Is 6Md.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 6 January 1914

amss 2 m GR Z4 I We have mrane a purchase of 1000 sieces of Lovely White Goods at a ridia li culously ow figusre, and to clear dhe line r? -will hold a SPBBIAL D ~These compri shionable ues Blouses, Princess Underskirts, and i General Underclothing. See our pecial Sale oir cular. Shop Early. "The Storei~that serve you Best," Bl~~ePic~;4imssr i·s, aa HEAD OFFICE 4-.9 SYDNEY This Bank is open for all classes of GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS at. EQUITABLEBUILDING, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE Al-o at S )Sydney. Canberra, a.ncastle; Adelaide, Perth, Ilobart, Itri-lane, Rockhaimpton, Townsville and London. Cable ltinitlnces nnide to,anod drafts drawn on foreign pilaces direct. Foreign bills negotiated and clr" c ed.- Letters of credit issued to any part of the worldh. lills negotiated or forwarded for rcolectionr. ?Itankirng .id Excllari'e lunsines.s of reeryfr decrit ioii transaeoed within the Conimion. : .wealtlli, United lKingdcTi anld abroad. Cureont accounltsoiend.i InteLret paid on fixed-d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 6 January 1914

Ch~'J~Fange of o Change of Suits-\ Any day now you will begin to feel eut-,q f-surts and out- ? of-·t le in your weather-worn win.ier suit. ,.ihy not see about the early ordering of a new Spring Suit ? /our. Apperarnce Depencds en You! S nd your las!es are reflected in yourattire. To be confidnt ht you arc fauitcsy atticed have us tailor your nzw suit. NbOY is a go:d time to send for Latest Patterns. Charges Monrate. Sish o Cs Ladies' and Kerang. - •-en's Toilr. P C., .`, D:rap·~ers,, :fG~?lothiers,; 43fEstumersb Ifer~chanti Tailors.. ANNOUNCE THE MAIL ORDER AND READY-TO-WEAR ---- SYSTEM. - Take advantage of it, and get the l?toa~t in SPRING FASHIONS They. are now beig Opened UJp. YQ'U au hae Drepssed Rightr up to the Times by I I, i3, 15. 17, Br;idge Street, BALLARA7. MT · r; iih T P MY Complete ome I unis?she.s. .. .. M M E .......S CAMP ~,STR~"~~ETCHRS -SU T,?-~ia~ - : . .s~~Ei~ CAMP STRETCHERS, .'TJ1 BLZD?S, BAMBOO BLINDS, SPRING ROLLER BLlI)DS VENETIAN BLINDS, ICE CHESTS.-• FOL...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 6 January 1914

Pubzliehd Tuestfy^ & Frifday V.Y TUESDAY, 6th_ -JANUARY. Another year is past and gone. A new year is before us; We enter on it with hopes and fears. We are in a transition state, and venlturing on new departures inf our methods of -life and government. We are divided in opinion as to the ultimate trernd of events. Some think they'are- the sigins of thle dawn of a more.0 gloiois day; others fear they point to disaster in the very near future. Woe are not:aliiys,:taught wisdom b'y, th(lie miistakes of t'li 'ptst Tliec -dear sclooi of ex.eri, nce. 'ades inot always? teach - us to .profitably- consi,der :ctur ways. -Tlnhis, i"oweveri is the time not only of rctrispetlon I ut* of iinlros pection. 'Whien v we l.ook bahck on the past year, we, iinditvially:ait?col lectively, have mucli to regret, nuch to deplore. Many. resolutionis :goood ini'ii, lent l have faii?juiisjnay rii isess rFiave turneod tad.yo aiiuain.iop)6 have beien bli gtel ':d' . Ut' itliii t li we have not reaped: ...

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MURRABIT LINE [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 6 January 1914

S MURRABIT LINE. Close Bcvd Mon Fri Tue Sa :Roberts-Hannah 10.30 4.30 _ Gonn Crossing 10.30 3.30 -' Gonn Station P.B. 10.30 4.30 Murrabit ... 1030 4.30 Ross Bros. P B. 10.30 4 30 Leura P.B. ... 10.30 4.30 Dawe's P.B. ... 10.30 4.30 Capel's Crossing 10 30 4.30 - , Despatched Received S . to from - . " Mon Fri Mon Tues S pm. a.m Westby. Park ... - 3 30 11

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BENJEROOP PICNIC SPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 6 January 1914

BENJEROOP PICNIC SPO The above sE)rts were held ast Newv Years UDy, cverything pi... successfully. There wats a good ance of spectators, all thle sunrf . districts being represented, it several parties from Riverina. lowiung are the results of the . events: Novice IHandicap, 100 yards. ford, 1; W. Morrison, 2. 13 I Time--l10 4-5th sees. Bracelet Handicap, 130 ya:ii. Gleeson, 1; E. Gleeson, 2. 17'i Tinme-13 1-Sth sees. Farinor's Trot, about 1 mil Yains' Lofty. 6 starters. Novelty Race, 14-3 a u., abo: longs.--11. Morton's B uebsll, Mlorton's Creamy, 2. 13 star tern Hack Race, about 4 furlo:.' lMarks' Cordleigh, 1; B. hMarl lMat, 2. 8 s;tarters. Ilandic:p Trot, about 1, nil rails' Lofty, 1; W. Tripconey Lad, 2. 0 starters. Consolation Stakes, about 41 • -B. Mark's Lidy Mat. Bowling at Stump.-A. Laenn: Stopping Chain.-J. Aeroes. Sheep Guessing.-T. Brown. Ladies Driving Competitic: ,1'Curdy. 1; Miss J. Ash, 2.

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