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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 17 March 1914
SANDHURST and Northern oistrict TRSUSTEES, Executors, and Agency GOMPANy, LiRinted (ESTABLISHED 1888.) When making yourWil appoint this Company Executor, .it being empowered by Special Act of Parliament No 979 to act as Ebxecutor, Adrminiistrator, or Trustee. MONEY TO LEND. JAMES P. B. McQUIE, Manager. Local Agent-DoNALD MoDoNaLD. View Street, Bendigo. Half SALE. Yearly - AT THE - eoronation Store IS NOW ON. NOTE A FEW QUOTATIONS Men's Denims from la lid pair. White and Unbleached Bheeting from 9Bd yard. Forfar from 5d vard. See tbe line of Prints at 4s 9d dos Gents Tennis i4hirts from is 9d AU lines in Dreses have been reduced to prices that must take on Suit Cases 'n all sizes at cost prices I Every line In stock will be reduced in price so that bargains are found in all Departments. JAMES MUNRO, *: I Coronation Store, Kerang. WE CAN SUPPLY :ALL YOU REQUIRE IN THE WAY'OF Fancy Goods, Stationery, Books, Toys, School Requisites, ehina & Glasswar e Ornaments, Silver &...
KERANG TURF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 17 March 1914
f KERANG TURF. CLUB. Following are the weights for the annual races, to be hold at Alexandra Reserve, on Saturday next, 2 st inst TRIAL HANDICAP. st lb st lb Diamond Brace- Indefinite .. 7 3 let ... 9 0 Laurine ... 7 3 Admiral Dawn 8 13- Master Junot 1 3 Ashworth .. 8 2 Sir Lachlan 7 2 33arrel .. 7 9 Keri Laas .. 7 2 tosirever (late Footlass .. 7 2 Gladwin) .. 7 9 Miss Lastcombe 7 0 Hlollyford .. 7 7 Ardlinnan (nor. a m inate' Ard amrr) 7 0 Jay Gay - ... 7 .7 Kilmana .. 7 0 Speewa ..' 7 3 Hock Temple 7 0 LADIEs' - BRACELET. Mooii .. 11 7 Barrel .. 10 5 Goldmount .. 11 5 Jaygay .. 10 3 Sir Cohn .. 10 12 Inutafinite .. 10 0 Obarmland.. 10 10 - Midlands .. 10 0 Ashworth .. 10 10 KERANG HANDICAP. Embrasenee. 9 2 Goldmount ... 7 5 Nujee .. 9 0 Sunnylight .. .7 '2 Belfast .. 8 9 Tinonee .. 7. 2 Avoyer .. 8 7 Necorronook ti 10 Famie .. 8 5 Bonadea .. 6 10 Mliss Colin.. 7 12 Kilmana .. 6 7 DISTANGE HANDICAP TROT. Mick .. .. scratch Expectation Killarney Bells ' Itosario 50 ds bhd - Judge H ...
KERANG V. MEAD. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 17 March 1914
KERANG V. MEAD. The Kerang ladies, the winners of the A. section of Kerang and District Tennis Association, met the Mead ladies, the winners of the B. section, on the Mead court on Saturday. The local club had their first four to do battle for them; Kerang had one emergency. Mead ran out the winners by 9 games. There is still another- game to play in Kerang. The club winning the greatest number of points becomes the possessor of the trophy. The gents also played a friendly game during the afternoon, the visitors winning easily. Appended are the scores LADLES. Mrs Schier and Miss Caldow beat Mrs Wilson and Mise Pye, 6-3. Mrs Sohier and Miss Callow beat Miss Milvain and Miss Rundle, 6-1. Miss L. McDonald and Miss J. Chal mere beat Miss Milvain and Miss Rundle, 60. Miss L. McDonald and Miss J. Chal. mers, lost to Mrs Wilson and Miss Pye, '16. Total games-Mead 19, Kerang 10. GENTS. Lewis and Gibson, lost to Forte and O'Brien, 3-9 Lewis and Gibson beat Begg and Whitelaw, 9-3 Lewis and Gi...
St Patrick's Races. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 17 March 1914
St Patrick's Races. The following are the weights for the aoes to be held to-day. BRUSH HURDLE RACE. st lb stlb Iharmland .. 11 0 Witness .. 9 3 :aroun ... 9 5 Miss Schimmel 9 0 rish Boy .. 9 5 Miss Cinders 9 0 inow Queen.. 9 5 MAIDEN HAOK RACE. Lhe Grainger 9 0 Oraoe Mettus 9 0 :our Wiegs.. 9 0 Onvolia .. 9 0 trdfinnan .. 9 0 Yaloo .. 9 0 Jarrigleigh ... 9 0 Sshimmellier- 9 0 filmana .. 9 0. ST. PATRICK'S HANDICAP, vliss Colin .. 11 3 Chester Mac 9 5 MIoon ... 10 10 Witness .. 9 3 30nadea .. 10 2-- Sir Lachlan .. 9 0 Xecooroonook 9 12 Clashmore ... 9 0 ;ifcess ... 9 12 Miss Lastcombe 9 0 laroun .., 9 5 Ardsinnan .. 9 0 lay Gay .. 9 5 Carrigleigh ... 9 0 liid:ands o - 5 PONY RACE. 9.T. ... 9 3 Polly .. 7 12 Miss Mettus... 9 0 Pearlie .. 7 7 DevoushireLass8 12 Clara ... 7 7 Penny ... 8 10 Backbone .. 7 7 Innisheer .., 7 12 GOOD SsMARITAN BRACELET. Miss Colin .. 11 5 Laurine ... 9 3 Moon .. 1012 JayGay ... 9 3 Bonadea .. 10 4 Lorikeet ... 9 3 Giftess ... 10 0 Witness ... 9 3 Charmland...
KERANG V COHUNA. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 17 March 1914
KERANG V OHUNA. A really good match resulted from the meeting of the above teams in Alexandra Park on Saturday. Cohuna was one man short, which however was made up by Palmer filling the breach. The weather was good-a litile too warm. The bstt ing, bowling andl fielding were generally good. The Kerang team did better in the fielding department than the visitors. Several of the Cohuna men showed very good form with the bat, McFarland es pecially playi g a splendid innings for 47. Biker, Frantz, Meock and Splatt alco reached double figuree. When the Kerang men took the- bat things Were considerably livened up. Addisnn and Scott opened, and it was not till 68 runs had been iut up that M nck found Ad dison's soft spot and bowled him for 33. Drummond joined Scott and added 16 miff his own bat. Secend wicket fell for 95 and Bartlett went in Whilst Scott and Bartlett were batting the winning hit·was made by the latter, thus defeating Co huna by S wickets. The innings closed for 166; The out...
CRICKET. SECONDRATE ASSOCIATION. McCARTHY—HELLER TROPHY. Kerang East v Wandella. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 17 March 1914
CRICKET. SECONDRATE ASSOCIATION. MCAUTarY-HELLER TROPHY. Kerang E'st v Wandella. The above teams met on the former's ground on Saturday last, when the home p team won by 17 runs. The scores were Kerang East, R. Mundy, a and b W. Radcliffe 0 B. Mundy, b W. Radcliffe ... 3 Thorn, c Manuel, b M shar ... .3 Newstead, a Iahar, b Ridcliffe 4 Phillips, c Williams, b Rsdclifif 4 J. Smith, c T., b G. Mahar 0 Simms, c Manuel, b F. Mahar 10 Farrant, cand b F. Mahar .... 8 G. Smith, not out ... ... 14 B Boyd, a Gilmour, b W. Radcliffe 3 M. Wattie,b G. MIlahar ... 2 Sundries - 14 Total 65 Bowling-W. Radcliffe, 5 for 18; G. Mahar, 2 for 16; E. Mahar, 3 for 20. Wandella. Manuel, b Thorne ...... 10 Radcliffe, c Boyd, b Smith ... 7 T. Mahar, c and b Farrant ... 5 G. Mahar, a Boyd, b FArrant 1 R. Williams, c Farrant, b Thorne 1 L. Radclifle. b Farrant ... 5 Loosemore, c Boyd, b Thorne 0 F. Mahar, b Thorne ...... 12 J. Williams, b Thorne ... 0 Gilmour, b Farrant ..: ... 3 Milne, not out .... ... ... 1...
I.O.R. CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 17 March 1914
F I.O.R. CONFERENCE. The 53rd annual meeting of re presentatives of the Independeni Order of Rechabites was openec in the City Hall, Sturt Street Ballarat, on Tuesday, 10th inst.. 300 officers and brethren and several lady members of the order being present A special train brought many of the visitors from Melbourne the previous evening. The District Chief Ruler, Bro. Roberts, presided. Other officers and past officers were-Bros. E. R. Stafford. D.D.R.. Wilson. ThR Lydiate, S.- Mauger, T. Smith M.L.A:, Membrey, M.L.A., Rud dock, Ven. Archdeacon Tucker, Rev. W. Harris, R. K. M'Kie, W. Bell, H. W. Kruger, R. T. Cheno weth, H. J. Gunner, T. Lathan and J. Ballantyne. Amongst re presentatives from Kerang and surrounding districts were-Bros. G. Adams, J.P., representative of the quarterly district meeting, Matthew Burnett Tent, Kerang, Hellier (Kerang tent), Dunn (Ma corna tent), Jobling (Appin tent), Garner (Cohuna tent), Vains (Koondrook tent), Stott (Cullen tenta, Jones (Gladfield tent...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 17 March 1914
SPECIAL SHOW of Autun and Winter GOOD THURSDAY, MARCH 19ith, HaIYTRORNE ROS. "The Storeitha; Serves you Best," Cormm nornwealthI Tank of Eustraffa HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY This Bank is open for all classes of GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS at EQUITABLE BUILDING, OOLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE Also at Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, Robart, Brisbans, Rockhampton, Townelle, and Iated. OCble remittaoces made to, and draft. drawn on foreign places dmna. Porolgo bills megetlated ead collected. Letters of credit isnsed to any part of th world. Bills negotiated or forwarded for collection. Bankin and Exchange fuisneos of every descrIptIon trannoaed within ths Coamea. wealth, United Kin dom and abroad. Current sacont opened. Interest paid on Ased depeslts Advances mnd. aga it approved eenoritles. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Vlotorian Central Oficg £ att COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNRE ranoches In the above cities and 2,000 Ageciesa at Post Ofces throughont the Commowealtb.. Depoalts from 1/* to 8O00. Interest at ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 17 March 1914
Change of Season i Change of Suits- j Afynw youlwilI begin to feel out of sorts and out.,. - AtylC It n your weather worn winter suit. Why not - ee shout the early ordering of a new Spring Suit? YuAperance Depends on You! I VouV mad your tastes are reflected in your attire. To be anfldent that you are faultiessly attired have us tailor your new sut. NOW is a good time to send for Latest Patterns. Charges Moderate. Fs5IWICK & EDWARDS, I Miai Taiil50 - . ia ad' ai---deang. TYLBR S Dratpers, Clothiers, eostumiers, Merchant Tailors. Autumn DRESS GOODS. 0 can be Dressed Right up to the Times by , II, 13, I5, 17, Bridge Street, BALLARAT, MIY BR'S Complete Home Furnishers. SSUAMER OMPO RT8.4 AMP STRETCHERS, SUN BLINDS, BAMBOO BLINDS, SPRING ROLLER BLINDS, VENETIAN BLINDS, -ICE CHESTS. LDING CAMP STRETCHERS in best Army Duck, folds into a sm all size, 151bs weight, 17s 6d each. CK C HAIRS, strongly made, stout canvas, 3s 6d, 4s 6d,6s o9d. RING ROLLER BLINDS, complete, Green, is lid,...
LAWN TENNIS. KERANG TENNIS CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 17 March 1914
LAWN TENNIS. KERANG TENNIS CLUB. The final match of the Men's doubles tournament was pl yed on Wednesday last between Addison audOurnu (scratch) against Furte and Whitdeaw (owe j 40), and resulted in a win for the latter pair. Scores-6-4, 6 3. In the course of the afternoon the President, Mr F. Cornu, presented Miss M. Eewis with a racquet, suitably in scribed, from the Club members, and re ferred to the splendid work she had done in furthering the interests of the club, and wished her all happiness and pros perity in her new sphere. Mr s. E. Daves responded for Mis, Lewis. Mes. dames S. E. Davies, G. H-'wthorne and Miss Miivain provided afternoon tea. The following is the draw and handi. caps for the Men's singles First Round. Addison, owing 15, v. Shepherdson, owing 15. Pooley, owing iS0, v. L. O'Brien, ow ing 15. Whitelork, owing IS, vi Willan, owing 15. The other players having byes Second Round Grover, owing 15, v. Begg, owing 30. Corna, plus j15, v. Hawthorne, owing 115. Scott...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 17 March 1914
It will be in the recollection of our readers that after the elec tions on the 31st of last May there was a great outcry through the various States at the manner in which they had been conducted. No doubt much that was said and written may be largely discounted but at the same time there was a general feeling that great room for improvement existed. The Fisher Government had passed an electoral act making many changes, The postal vote was abolished, and a system intro duced of absent voting on chang ed lines. To show the necessity of reform the Cook Government introduced an Electoral Bill, but after having been discussed ad nauseum by the opposition it fail ed to pass. A short time ago the Government placed electoral mat ters in charge of. Senator McColl, vice-president of the Executive Council. With his characteristic energy he has not been long in getting the cabinet to adopt some drastic-changes which are set out in the last Commonwealth Gaz ette. Hitherto the leading offi cialsi...
MURRABIT LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 17 March 1914
MR~RABIT LINE, Close Revd Mon Fri Tue Sa Ro'oertl-Hannah 10.30 4.30 Gonn Crossimg 10.30 3.30 Gcnn Stdon P.B. 10.30 4.30 Murrabit ... 10 30 4.30 Ros Brs P.B. 10.30 4 30 Leuma P.B. ... 10.30 4.30 Dawe's P. ... 10 30 4.30 Capel's Crossing 10 30 4.30 Despatched Received to from Mon Fri Mon Tues pm. am Westby Park ... 3 30 11
[?]erang Court of Petty Sessions. MONDAY, 16th MARCH. [?]re Messrs E. A. Argyle and G. H. Morton, J.P. Larceny of Tools. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 17 March 1914
rag Court of Petty Session,. MosDAY, 16th Maicca. Sessrs E. A. Argyle and G. H. Morton, J.P. Lrrceny of Tools. young man; named Harry Bastow I barged by Sergeant Madigan with 2 g stolen certain tools' from the 2 smith's shop of WV. G.. Hastie, in iugton street. lam George Eastie, blacksmith, maid he had known the accused for S12 months. He worked for me Oct ber to February last; had to Orge him for drunkenness. On day last accused called at my shop 10 a.m and was there about 10 or itatee. Went for my lunch at 12 'k. Fo one was in the shop when I Was away about an hour. On my o missed two turning hammers, two ug hammers, 2 pairs of tongs, 1 pair teers, 1 buffer and 1 punch. Iden the tools in court as mine; value E at 20l. Gave information to the ; had not utlhorised anyone to thr tools. The accused was a bit the for drink when I saw him. coted Constable Naughton deposed ming accused up. About $ miles 00 the Quambatook road saw accused a horse and gig. He was asleep in gap; wokeo him ...
LEITCHVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 17 March 1914
LEITCHVILLE. the tennis tournaman5 of the named club F. Southern de d S. Souttern 9-5; J Hancook oT Cleave 9-3. The position stands:-F. Sutbern -and T. e equal, S. Southern, J. Han Next Saturday will see the match, and it is generally be that F. Southern will carry off end B lost to Horton on Saturday ot17 games. young girl named Caroline Toll uped alarming aymptoms last and her guardian, Mr Geo. Hip conve ea her to Nurse Caffin's to bospital, Cohuna. It waa d that she was in an acute stage enmonia, and it is regardel as a critical case.