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DISTRICT NEWS. SAND HILL LAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 13 March 1914
DISTRICT NEWS. SAND HILL LAKE, On Sunday, the let inst., a harvest festival service was held at Sand Hill Lake in connection with the local Presbyterian Church. Mr.R ff conduc ted the service and was ably helped by the Quambatook choir who rendered an anthem which was much appreciated. The festival was continued on Monday night by a concert, the items being as follows :-Opening hymn and prayer; solo, Mr Raff, The Deathless Army ; solo, Mr Bennett (encored); solo, Miss Rundle, Time Will Bring Thee Roses; solo, Mr Kopke, Mary (encored), Ach, The Dear Little Girl; duet, Miss Roberts and Mr Raff, Tell Her I Love Her So; solo, Mr Radford, The Holy City (encored), Just for To night; solo, Mrs Price, Roses; duet, Miss Rundle and Mr Kopke, Springtime (encored); solo, Mr George Shaw; quartette, Misses Roberts and Rattray and- Messrs G. Grose and Raff, Oh, Who Will O'er the Downs So Far; solo, Mr Pedder, Be cause (encored), Take a Pair of Sparkling Eye. ; duet, Miss Roberts and Mr Raff, Mende...
AFFRAY WITH BURGLARS. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 13 March 1914
AFFRAY WITH BURGLARS. Constables M'Cluskey and Wil liams chased three men who had broken the window of a shop in Elizabeth Street, to North Mel bourne, at 1 o'c.ock this morning. Williams fired his revolver twice and missed the men but one bul let struck Constable M'Cluskey in the shoulder while trying to intercept the men. M'Cluskey was afterwards treated at the hospital. Three men John Ogden, Henry Bell and Leslie Chalker were afterwards arrested and charged with attempted shopbreaking. M'Cluskey's con dition is not serious.
FIRE BRIGADES DEMONSTRATION. KERANG SCORES A WIN. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 13 March 1914
Ly, n FIRE BRIGADES DEMONSTRATIO ec s. KERANG SCORES A WIN. ho In fine warn weather-the competiti ut work of the fire brigades' demonsti er. tion' at Bendigo was commenced on W( ls! nesday. There was general excite-me a- among the firemen, and keen interest ul the part of the public. The attendari n. at the grounds in the afternoon was e te ceedingly gr'atifying, being as large 11i any gathering at the demonstration in s cent years. The second item on I Y ppogramme was Hose Practice for Si tg M?en class B, in which the Kerang bh ne gade was victorious, winning in the fii e time o f 38secs.. The details of the col t- petition are as follows:-First round. 1d l)imboola beat Talbot, time 46; Roche I ted beat Numurkah, time 48; Chlarlt Shbeat Mooioopna, time 46 4-5; Kerat t- beat Newtown and Chilwell. JKerang It ; in the rtui down, and did smarter worl This was vetly creditable against a br t gade like- Newtown and Chilwell. Ch e ten beat Bowenvale, time 48; Rsush a woath beat Tatura. ti...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 13 March 1914
a Significant Economy Event, HAWTHORNE BROS. Summer Sale. Here are Bargains that Appeal to you. This is positively a personal matter. Bargains like these appeal to everybody so that they are sure to interest you. We import all our Manchester goods dir ect, so that you are sure of savings-our sale bargaine are real t4unners We are heavily stocked in Sheetings, To ' . wels, Calicoes, Damasks, etc-conse quently we are offering values that are distinctly attractive - The goods are all right-but the prices are u.terly demoralised. . ome and take Advantage of these great Manchester BAR?RINS. 55in White Twill Sheeting, 10d, is yd. 72in White Twill Sheeting, is, is 3d yd. 80in White Twill Sheeting, is 3d, is 6d, Is lid yd 54in Unbleached Herringbone Sheeting, 10d yd. 72in Unbleached Herringbone Sheeting, Is, Is 2d yd 80in Unbleached Herringbone Sheeting, is 4d yd All-Linen Forfars, 4s 6d doz ; Sd, 6]d, 8d, 10d yd 29in Ticking, 51d, 10d yd Rol er Towelling, 4s lid doz; other lines 6d, 7'd, 8...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 13 March 1914
for tragsmisMIuu uy u 4lwý· -R a .Change of Season Change of Suits AMYd5ynow you will begin to feel out-of-sorts and out- '? I Anfty e n your weather-worn winter suit. Why not ee about the early ordering of a new Spring Suit ? our Appearance Depends on You! and your tastes are reflected in your attire.. To be confident that you are faultlessly attired have us tr your new suit. NOW is a good time to tend I for Latest Patterns. Charges Moderate. snl1WICK & EDWARDS, &lt;1 sh" .a dle dKern " n TYLEI R'S Drapers, Clothiers, eostumiers, Merchant -Tailors. Autumn DRESSi GOODS. abr..You ean be Dressed Right up to the Times by., - 11, 13, 15, .17, Bridge Street, BALLARAT, MYE3R'S Complete Home Furnishers. - .-SUMMER eOMPORTS.ý . AMP STRETCHERS, SUN BLINDS, BAMBOO BLINDS, SPRING ROLLER BLINDS, VENETIAN BLINDS, -ICE CHESTS. LDI NG CAMP STRETCHERS in best Army Duck, folds into a sm all size, 15lbs weight,:17s 6d each. - CK CHAIRS, strongly made, stout canvas, 3s 6d, 4s 6d, 6s 9d...
FRATERNAL. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 13 March 1914
FRATERNAL. Discussion of the conference business sheet occupied the attention of the mem bers of the A N.A. at their meeting on 3rd inst. Amongst the questions de bated was that concerning the totalisator. Some of the members spoke strongly on the matter. The delegates were asked to use all their influence to further Keor ang's claim for the conference in 1915. Mr J. R. Rundle asked the branch to ap point a delegate in his place as he was unable to attend. After a close ballot Mr Fishwick was elected to the position. The item on the syllabus was Rifle shooting-A.N.A. v I.O.R., nine men aside, six best to count, five shots apiece. This was carried out at the conclusion of general business, and the visitors proved slightly the better. Result--A.Ni.A. -=W. Thornely 23, H. Trevan 23, J. Ashley 20, E, Pike 20, F. Nicolls 18, J. Scott 20, total 124. I.O.R.-J. Cooper 18, W. Cousins 25, E. Harridge 20, F. Hardie C0, B. Harridge 22, E. Hellier 21, Total 126. At the conclusian of the business...
Government Grant for Alexandra Park [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 13 March 1914
PUBLISHED TUESDIAYS & FRIDAYS, FRIDAY, 13th MARCH. Government Grant for Alexandra Park Mr Henry Angus, M.L.L., has re ceived a letter from the Secretary for Lands stating that in view of the repre Eentations made and the reasons ad vanced by him in support of the claims of the Kerang Alexandra Park Reserve to special consideration on the allocation of the vote for the current financial year in aid of public parks, gardens and other reserves, the hon. the Minister of Lands has set apart from such vote a sum of £25 for the purpose of fencing or im proving the Alexandra Park Reserve, Kerang. The conditions are that a sum of £12 10s be locally contributed for the like purpose and that the amount be ex pended on improvements to the park and before the end of the present financial year. Military Encampment. The 7th Brigade Light Horse camp is to be held at Burrumbeet, near Ballarat, from 12th to 19th inst. The local troop left Kerang by special train on Monday morning at 8.15 a.m....
LAKE BAEL BAEL WATER SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 13 March 1914
AEBV L 5ABAEL WATER SUPPLY. The following letter wa0 read at the o uin presid re and Councillors of the Kerang S hir e. ou Sirs.\e would like to point out ithad stte the district is in for water the ,ad esethe time ',as the lake is he dr, an d for some tin1e past snot dar, blt for stock, but has be snot asn s t? be a menace to the hme f the residents in its vicinity, all through not having had a fresh dt all roater last season, not be ,pp the river failed to flow but be aeof iniproper control of its waters. o ie YOU some slight idea of the g aive nd the unfairness mneted out sIti the extfemie endl of tile river. or tile ilholseason private channlllels ve been allowed to run at Quainlba Sothler places, besides numerous k ta glants, and all for irrigation. nter Comisi gave a private ?eai O oil a pro rSta rate o lillt eors Lake, awhich is some miles i te river, with te result that they sne 7 ora 8 feet in it, ani during Swhole of this lime we never got one of ater in Lake Bael Bael. We...
GOT VERY WEAK. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 13 March 1914
GOT VERY WEAK. "My boy Jack was yeqy bad with DarThoea," writes Mrs M. Lee, Forbes, -N!S,W. "For quite a fortnight he was ill and got very weaki My husband bought a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea remedy and to ogr sgr prise one dose'completely relieved him," Sl1d by all chemists and storekeepers. THE CRADLES FULL. "Bonus, or no bonus," says the Hon J. Cook, "the country needs to have its cradles full." A book dealing with this subject in a most informative way will be appreciated by childless married mouples. It will be sent free if 2d is remitted for postage. Address Dept 51, Ladies College of ggalth, , Elizabeth
CRICKET. SECONDRATE ASSOCIATION. McCARTHY—HELLER TROPHY. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 13 March 1914
CRICK E T. SECONDRATE ASSOCIATION. McCaTrHY-HELLER TaoPHY. Kerang and the I.O.R. teams met on Wednesday, and in accordance with the saying, "anything might happen in cricket," the I.O.R occupied the batting crease for almost the whole of the after noon. Scores:- Rechabites. F Whitelaw, c Stewart, b Palmer... 0 Douglas, hit wicket, b O'Dea... ... 10 Cullen, run out ... ... ... 10 Benfield, run out ... ... ... 40 Gitsham, run out ... ... ... 13 Hewitt, b O'Dea ... ... 29 Cousins, c Bannou, b Palmer 0 Harridge, b O'Dea .... . ,, . .2 Booth, not out ... ..... 9 Hardy, o Slatter, b O'Dea ... . 0 J. Whitelaw, b Stewar .. .. 2 Sundries ... ..- ... ... 4 Total... ... ..,, ,. .;I Bowling.-Palmer, 2"for 27 ; Stewart, 1 for 16 ; O'Dea, 4 for 7. Kerang. Dean, b Hewitt .... ... ... 5 O'Dea, not out ... ... ... 17 Total for 1 wicket ... * ... -21
MINISTERIAL VISIT TO [?] DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 13 March 1914
MINISTERIAL I At the last es cil the .....lo wie ng + A n g u s, .. - 'a_ a 1 I t ". ' To the Presit as Dear SIr,-Follo ence re the visit Minister of Water ten of Lands on th 25th insts-. I shalt shirer sill co-Jperatei claims and disabiliti howMini thee: e primary objecf oho was preseot. a5. president f the s e nable the th e ead aprss his uvieal di clair ms and disaid it persod for t,,le Wh memnhers of the , adtvisable that inistara tho waslvs resenthe .a t andl acquaint ihecnseli presiton of the sr rationi ii the disrict. - been satiaeac or, n th' t uld e said he leadinm men in Pariiam, r lood The isnn raitlwa ce advance.d lv ehoqiar panit over ti Pond SKerang just btore the k session and aaid iheneh con in the distrhen ict e Preen r satisit as t fiv .i imter; iescll r the pride t : stood. The councillors and n rail to enterta k the part. be Ca danc leote to t sh ' the Cohuc a district. people a r"ould lie ,, Spar on Tued,a. hiin e predeng just houldre the ci; ic o elcoime. e mo ...
KERANG COUNTY COURT. TUESDAY, 10th MARCH. (Before Judge Eagleson.) Burning Off Case. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 13 March 1914
KERA1NG COUNTY COURT. TUESDAY, 10th MARCH. (Before Judge Eagleson.) Burning Off Case. August E. Rangott, farmer, of Bug geruni East, proceeded against William Hogan, of the same place, for £17 2s, damages for loss of grass by fire al leged to be caused by defendant. Mr Balmer appeared for the plaintiff and 3Ir J. T. "Keane for the defendant. Mr Balmer, in opening the case, said the damage was caused in the end of February of last year. The defendant stented a block from Mrs Margaret Cameron, and the plaintiff also rented a block to the south of it on the sharp system. The original demand was for 114 acres of grass, at 3s, and fencing valued at £30 per mile. As, however, the plaintiff was not the owner of the pnoperty, the claim for fencing was stfuck out. Mr Keane. for the defence. said there would be a denial that the fire escaped tfom defendant's block and that he did not-in any way cause the firp. All witnesses in the case were or dered out of court. August John Rangott. residing...
CABLES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 13 March 1914
CABLES, Mr Lloyd George had an hou and a half conference with Messrs Redmond, Dillon and O'Connor, Nationalist leaders. The London art galleries and Windsor State apartments have been closed indefinitely on ac count of suffragette outrages A Quakeress suffragette was fined £10 for whipping a police man. 2,000 miners in the Rand are out of employment, while 20,000 have left through the recent strike. Relief funds are being organised. Lord Denham has arranged for a regular supply of boys for the Agricultural Training Farm for Queensland. An Austrian lieutenant has been sentenced to 17 years gaol for betraying secrets during the Balkan war.
MURRABIT PICNIC RACE[?] [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 13 March 1914
MURRABIT PICNIC RACE The inaugral meeting of the &nbsp; held under most favorable c' on Wednesday. The attende, cellent and everything papassed The wants of the inne. man ce ed to by the ladies of lurrabitt Mrs E. Pay and Mrs C. Heler of about £10 was taken at U Messrs Heller and O'Donnellpt' the thirsty ones. The presidel Pay was most energetic in hie ensure the smooth running ofc ing. Ms L. J. Romeril, abi by Mr Vic Kelly, carried out t tarial duties, whilst the rm were under the supeevisionof Manning as Etipenddry stetd, by a number of good worker& K. McDonald fulfilled the dufied in an efficient manner. Result Trial Stakes-Mr J. badden 9st 71b, 1; Mr M. W. Reillfy 9.6, 2; Mr J. Bences Bliss 9-6, 3. Miss Mettus end B started. Time, 1.7'. Maiden Trot-Johnny Walfk mond 2. Molly, MissBronte, Danee also started. Danee n disqualified for running " idei Time, 3.10 4-5. Murrabit Bracelet- Mr P Caroun was awarded a walk osel Handicap Trot-Mr J. W. Laddie, 45yds bhd, 1; MI...
Should Australian Girls Read Novels? [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 17 March 1914
Should Australian Girls Read Novels? '---+-- Next to America, the Australian public as a whole-workers, middle class, and weli-to-do-consumes a great er quantity of reading inatter per year than any other people under the sun So says a writer in the March issue of "Everylady's Journal." Analys ing further, the writer states that the Australian girl, compared with her English sister, has a.remarkably wide knowledge, if not of literature, at least of booke, And it is on the quality of of these books, and the question of whether or not the quantity should be limited, that this article turns, The question was put to a number of lead log public men, and these are, in effect, some of the replies received : The Hon. P. M. G13 nn, Minister for External Affairs, thinks that the. young girl should be kept away from books that obtrgde, in' a fetching garb, the seamy side of life, but that literature like that of Scott where a healthy mind reflects itself on every page, is the stimulant require...
TENT MISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 17 March 1914
TENT MISSION. On Sunday evening the subject of the Judgment was presented by Pastor 'teed. in his introduction of the sub ject he said that many hadhbeen taught that the Judgment was a promiscuous assemoly of all that had lived on this earth, good and bad, to bear the deci sions of every case. This, said the speaker, was not the teaching of the bible on this important subject ;there would be a day when the sheep and goats would be separated, but that was the carrying into effect of the judgment work that precedes that day. The beautiful service of the.sanctuary of the Mosaic dispensation was God's means of tsaching man how he would deal with sia; it was a k ndergarten of tbe plan of salvatio.; its types and shadows all had their mean1og; tie daily ani yearly ministration were representative of Christ's wora in the heavenly sanctuary, which was the original of the one built by &Ioses The speaker said that the earihly sanctuary met its autitype in. Christ when he suffered on C...
SHIRE ACCOUNTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 17 March 1914
- SHIRE ACCOUNTS. The following accounts were passed for payment by the Kerang Shire Council at' its meeting last Tuesday : D. G. Rattray, £20; J. Connelly. £16 13s 4d; Hooper £21 16s 9d; C. Hussey, £6 6s;'Sands and M'Dougall, £1 2s 6d; Wilson and M'Kinnon, 2s 6d; Milne Bros., 3s; shire secretary, £10 10s 7d; Kerang Observer, £ 9 16s 3d; Cohuna Farmer's Weekly, 15s. Kerang New Times, £4 19s 9d; Kerang Electric Light Coy., £11 13s 4d; Kelly and Sons, £2 2s; C Brien, £3 7s 6d; A. Sherwin, £5 13s 7d; Leaster and Hasty, £1. 5s 7d; D. Darcy, £8 15s; F. N. Maxwell, £11 5s; F. N. Maxwell, £14 12s 6d; D. Bannon, £8 12s; F. Nancarrow, £15 184 4d; D. G. Rattray, £2 10s; G. F. OBrien, £2 4·; William Green £24 17s 61; Thomas Bradley, £18 18s 8d; Thomas Bradley, £19 4s; Chisholm, £57 11s 6d; D. Campbell, £4; E. Hall, £22 10; G. Heffer, £10; E. Hall, £2 18s 6d; Ritchie Bros., £2; J. N. Shipp, £1 10a; E. F. Jorgenson, £21 6s 8; J. H. Har wood, £2 16s 3d; William Adams and Co., £5 16s 10d; Clarke a...