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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 20 March 1914
Autumn and winter show--On 'hurs day, March 19bh, Ernest Pay will hold his opening show of all that is newest and up-to-date in seasonable millinery costumes, coats, dress materials, col larettes, etc. It will pay you to see our well assorted stock of the newest creations in seasonable goods before deciding on your new autumn fashions. We also have a full stock of mon's shirts, hats, ties, braces, boots and shoes. Mens suits to measure a specialty. Ernest Pay's, Viotyria Stores, Kerang-Advt. WELL AND STRONG. What a grand thing it is for women to feel well and strong.? The Ladies' College of Health has brought foiiward a home treatment that has restored thou sands tolhealth at a trifling cost. Those interested can find out all about it if they send two penny stamps to Dept. 61, Lhdies 'College of ilealt, 46 Elia beth etfl f- MalhnnEniza NOTICES, A CONCERT and dance will be held in the Mead Public Hall on Wednes. doy, April 8th. Proceeds in aid of school ,unds. Concert, Is ; Dance to ...
Hawthorne Bros., Ideal Boot Palce. Railway Time Table. BENDIGO TO KERANG AND SWAN HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 20 March 1914
Hawthorne Bros,, Ideal Boot Palce, ..Railway Time Table, BENDIGO TO KERANG AND SWAN HILL, Mon Wed Tues Daily Fri Sat am " pm pm . Melbourne (dep) - 6.40 ... --12.15 ... 1215 ... Bendigo (arr) .. 11.20 ... 447 ... 4.47 ... (dep) .... 11.52 ... -610 ,.. 6.10 & Eaglehawk ... 12.8 ... 6.27 ... 6.27 Woodvale .. 12.22 ... 6 43 ... 6,43 ,,. 9 Sebastian 1 ..il 31... 6.54 ... 6.55 ... 9 Raywood ' .. 1.~442 7.13 ... 7.20 ,,. 9 Tandara ... 12.57 :.. -730 ... 7.40 9.. 9 Dingee . .. 16 ... 7.42 ... 7.57 ... 9. Prairie . ;. 1:16 . 7.55 .. 815 .. 14 Mitiamo (arr) .?? 7 ... 8.9 .. 8.29 ... lot (dep) ... 147 8:54 ... 8,47 ... Mologa 1... 56. 8,37 ... 9.3 .. 1 Pyramid Hill ... 215 94 - . 9.30 ,, I Mincha ... ... 2.27 " 9.16 ... 9.45 Macorna ... ... 2.43 1.. 9.35 ... 10.9 ... Il Trsgowel ... ..: 2.55:.. 9.49 ... 10,25 ... 11C South Kerang ;. 3 4 ... 9.59 ... 10.35 ... I Kerang (arr) ... 3.13 1016 ,,. 10,55 ,,, 111 Kerang(dep) ... 338 - - - Fairley ... .... 3.58 - - Lake Charm ... -"4.18 - Myst...
MEAD PUBLIC HALL. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 20 March 1914
MEAD PUBLIC HALL. The following is the report and bal ance sheet for the year ending 31st January, 1914. In presenting this first annual bal ance sheet of the Mead Public Hall, your committee take the opportunity of congratulating you on the splendid progress made. During the ten nd a halt months tnat the ball has been open, your com mittae has been able, thanks to the generous wqy in which the public have supported our entertainments, to meet the entire cost of the building and fi* nishings, and our onl" - are w.+ -. - , eal1tors to-day .±, a-nk of Victoria and our de benture holders. Neither trouble nor expense has been spared to make our entertain ments popular, and to conduct them creditably. The result is there for everyone to see. - E"rly in the year your committee suffered serious loss-through the death of Mr Milroy, one of the earliest ad vocates and staunchest supporter of the hall. His place was taken by Mr H. Stirling, who later accepted the po sition of trustee in place ...
COMMERCIAL. KERANG PIG MARKET. Friday [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 20 March 1914
KERANG .PIGC- MARKET. Friday Donald M'Donald reports having conduoted his fortnightly pig sale on Friday last when there was a light supply of fats forward. The tone of the market .was dull throughout and prices all round ruled decidt dly easier .than of late with result that s veral lots of mores were passed in. i , ar ded 168 pigs and obtained the follow ing prices :-FPat pigs, heavy weight, £3 10s to £4 Is ; lighter sorts, £3 to £3 9s 6d; po kers, £2 10s to £2 18 big stores, £1 19s 6d to £2 s ; slips, £1 10p to Li 16s 6d; suckers, £1 Is to £1 5s 6d Poultry.-Turkey gob. blers, 5s and 6s; do. hens, 3s 6d; geese, 3s; cocks, Is to is 4d. Andrew .b, Muir and Co. report having helli their usual fortnightly pig sale at their .:zaar-ou the above date for which a good supply of both fat and store pigs came to hand. ??Pdie baconers were in strong de mand and ruled firm at late rates. Light weight baoomerq and porkers were a shade easier than the previous market, We yarded 59 fats and 43 st...
CRICKET. SECONDRATE ASSOCIATION. McCARTHY—HELLER TROPHY. Kerang v Wandella. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 20 March 1914
CRICKET. S(FCONDRATE ASSOCIATION. ./ MCOARTHY--HELLER TROPHY.. Kerang v Wandella. The locals received a visit from Wan. della on Wednesday, and an enjoyable game was played, resulting in a win fo' Kerang by 46 runs Wandella went firsb to the wickets and put up 55 rune, Rad cliffe scoring 23 and McCurdy 10.. Ker. ang replied with 99, made chiefly by Lahn 29 (not out), Palmer 23, O'De$ 19, and Dean 12. Scores Wandella. , Manuel, b Shepherd ... ... 1 Lanyon, b Shepherd ... ,,, 1 Radcliffe, not out . - 23 Mahar, b Palmer . - 7 Williams, b Shepherd 0 K. Manuel, b O'Dea. : ?. 3 McCurdy, b Stewart . ....10 Beard, b Stewart -' ..0..-. 3ibson, b Stewart 0 King, b Slatter 7 Gilmour, b Shepherd ... ~... 1 -Sundries 2 Total 55 Bowling-Palmer, 1 for 4.; Shepherd, 4 for 14; O'Dea, 1 for 14 ;. Stewait, 3 for 8 ' Slatter, 1 for 9. Kerang, Dean, b Mahar , .. 12 O'Doa, _b Radcliffe .. . 19 Palmer, c Manuel b McCurdy 23 Lahn, not out ... ... ... 29 Shepherd, c and b Radcliffe ... 0 Jones, o and b Radc...
KERANG ANNUAL RACES. TO-MORROW (SATURDAY). [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 20 March 1914
KERANG ANNUAL RACES. TO-MORROW (SATURDA Following are the handical .Y). the District Hack Race to bl 's for at the Kerang Turf Club's E a run meeting to-morrow :- 0 nnual Mac, 10st ; Somgenear hester General). 9-10; Onvolio, 91 . (late sie, 9-5; Toona, 9-5; Thf -6; Jes ger, 9-2; Ardfinnan, W Grain Miss Lastcombe, KerijLs oorneet, Mettus, Carrigleigh. Si' / ss, Grace Altogether 92 nomina' / mana, 9. been received for 7 e / ions have with fine weather a spll ents, and noon's racing is assa'/ ndid after cordance with a dI / ed. In ac arrived at by the mei .termination Kerang Storekeepe;' bers of the ders' Association s and Tra places will be clos I all business 'afternoon. Special sd during the for the conveyance / faclities offer from Swan Hill. jh, Pa'.sengers Koondrook will le iae .tam from township at a c ave e, he Murray and a special tra /r enient hour, has been arrang e?n from Bendigo ifnota record, A , for. Alarge, witness the fir/,! ssemblage should timed to start a, / t race,...
CANARY ISLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 20 March 1914
CANARY ISLAND. The anniversary of: the Canary Island Methodist Church was celebrated on Sinday, 8th inst. when two services were held. In the afternoon the preacher was Mr Laughlan, of Queen's College, and the evening service was conducted by Rev. W. Beckett, of New .-- - services w- . .usnd. Both .-.y 0h well attended. On Tues. uay, 10th the usual tea and public meet ing was held. A large crowd assembled and kept the ladies busy until about 8.30 o'clock. The tables were beautifully de. corated with flowers, while tho caterins u ... usual high stan4ard. After the wants of the inner man had been satisfied, the public meeting was held when the following programme was gone through-Opening hymn, All hail; prayer, Rev. W. Beckett; song, Mr J. Falconer, Babylon ; recitation, Amateur Cook, Mr Laughlan; address, The tim ber industry of England, Mr J M'Kay; recitation, Love and the professor, Miss M'Ksy; address. New Zealand, Rev. W. Beckett; song, Pegging Way, Mr R. Jeffery; treasurer's rep...
DISTRICT NEWS. APPIN. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 20 March 1914
DISTRICT NEWS. APPIN. The Melba Photo Plays Co., of Kerang, visited Appin on Friday night, 23th inst. and gave a picture show in the Public Hall. A good programme of pictures was gone through and gridaly appreciated by the good crowd present. At the con clusion of the Ficture show, a well at. tended ball was held. Good music was supplied by Messrs Moore Bros., D Livingstone and T. Painter, and a very enjoyable time was spent by all present. Mr W. Dunstan carried out the duties of M.C. in hip uisual able manner.. 'The annual har'est thanksgiving ser vices of the Appin Methodist Oh~irch were held on Sunday, 15th inst. when two services were conducted by Rev. E. Baker, of Horton. The church, whi6h was tastefully decorated for the occasion, was well filled at both services. Rev. Baker also sang a' solo at the evening service.
FEDERAL EXPENDITURE. HEAVY OUTLAY REQUIRED. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 20 March 1914
FEDERAL EXPENDITURE. HEAVY OUTLAY REQUIRED. Estimates have been placed be fore the Postmaster-General showing that £4,000,000 will have to be spent during the next three years to bring the telephone and telegraph systems up-to-date in Australia. and to provide for necessary extensions. It is understood that the Trans continental railway will cost five and a half millions. This is a million and a half in addition to the previous estimate.
CORRESPONDENCE. THE MINISTERIAL VISIT TO KERANG. (To the Editor "Kerang New Times.") [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 20 March 1914
CORRESPONDENCE. THE MINISTERIAL VISIT TO KERANG. (To the Editor "Kerang New Times.") Sir,--I hope that the irrigationists of the district will, if possible, have an interview with the Premier and Minister of Water Supply when they visit Kerang on the 25th inst., the farmers who are residing in the com pulsory area more particularly. It would not be necessary to take up much of the Minister's time, but they should insist that at the investigation to be held re the closer settlement policy the irrigation policy should be included. The losses by the closer settlement policy in dry areas will be small in comparison to the losses in the irrigation districts The dry areas will pay, the policy is sound and only wants a little rectification. The foun dation of the irrigatson policy on small areas is rotten; and any attempt to make it a success is only a forlorn attempt to cover the defects of the scheme. In the rambles sf the Minis ters on the 26th and 26th nlusts. I hope that they will be ...
HEROIC BOY'S ACTION. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 20 March 1914
HEROIC BOY'S ACTION. The Minister of Education, Sir Alexander Peacock, intends hav ing the story regarding the heroic conduct of Vincent Atkinson, aged 10, related in the school paper. Atkinson resided at Billili in West Australia. On February 27th his mother drop ped dead. The father was pro specting 10 miles away, but the boy with four little brothers and sisters tramped five miles bare footed with the temperature at 110 to break the news to their uncle who was five miles away.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 20 March 1914
D- N D SPECIAL SHOW of Autumni and Winter GO ODS THURSDAY, MAReH 19th> HAWTHORNE ROS. "The Storeithat Serves you Best," Conimonwealtbh Sank of Rustralia HEAD OFFIOE SYDNEY This Bank is open for a. cluass of GENERAL BANKING BUSIINESI s EQUITABLE BUILDING, OOLLINS STREET, MELCOURNE Also at Sydney, Canberra, AdelLide, Perth, Hobart, Brisb?e, ?ockhamptbon T'ownrnil, uad Lliate Cable remlttancu mide to, and drats drawn on foreiln plscu dirst Fonlg~n bUll l a tted a dA oolleoted. Letters of credit isued to any part of the world. Bills negoiatd or forwarde?l collection. Baking sad Exchange Buninss of every duecription tranotwed within the OmmIs wealth, United Kinpdom and abrod. Current acooan open*d Interen paid on fied depteh. Advances made aLrmit approved securitie. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMINT Viotorian Central Offoie 117 COLLINS STRET, MILBOURNMI Brancheu n the above citiu and 2,000 AgencIes at Port Oofte throulhout the OommUwealtbl Depoeste from 1/i to £800. Interest at 3X per annum. De...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 20 March 1914
hange of Season hange of Suits , will bcgin to feel out-of-sorts and out- - or lein you;rweaiher-worn winter suit. WVhy not f- bout theear y ordering of a new Spring Suit .... ? ' " f'our Apearautce Depends on You! nd your tastes re reflected in yourattire To be and ntour hat you are faultlessly attired have us onfident thatew suit. NOW is a good time to send for Latest Patterns. Charges Moderate. sIWICcK &r EDWARDS, I l Oe ls tadle' and ý -. --r KZerang. TYLER'S Drapers, Clothiers, @ostumiers, merchant Tailors. Autumn DRESS GOODS. You can be Dressed Right up to the Times by ii, 13, 1,5, 17, Bridge Street, BALLARAI. YYER' S Complete Home Furnishers. SSUMNM eR OMFORTs. MP STRETCHERS, SUN BLINDS A TDoo U5LINDS, SPRING ROLLER B"T."TT'0', v r;IE~ IAN BLINDS, -L _ CHESTS. DI NG CAMP STRETCHERS in best Army Duck, folds into sm all size, 15lbs weight, 17s 6d each. K CHAIRS, strongly made, stout canvas, 3s 6d, 4s 6d,.6s 9d. NG ROLLER BLINDS, complete, Green, Is lid, 2s 6d. ING ROLLE...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 20 March 1914
To what extent is national bor rowing permissible? There are two sides to the question. Some advocate drawing on the public credit as long as it will stand the strain. It is argued in support of this contention that as long as the money is spent wisely in the construction of re-productive works there is no danger to be feared. As the development of the country arising from the mak ing of railways, waterworks, har bor improvements and other simi lar works repays the country, in the greater facilities for produc tion and transport of goods and the general transaction of busi ness. In the case of Victoria, for instance, it is shown that the pro fit over and above working ex penses derived from the working of railways, waterworks, etc, is enough to pay the interest on the loans contracted to build these works. There are few who will attempt to gainsay this. Prao tically all business men agree that borrowing is quite legitimate arid even wise and proper. Where a divergence of opinion com...
Church Services SUNDAY, MARCH 22nd. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 20 March 1914
. 01h.arc1- Servi.ce SuNDAY, MARCH 22nd. Presbyterian.-Rerang, 11 and 7.30, Wandella, 3, Rev G. R. Jones. Baptist.-Kerang 11, Macorna 8, Rev T. P. Trinham ; Kerang, 7.30., Supply; Like Charm 11, Benjeroop 3, Tresco 8, Rev. .. rquhart; Benjeroop E"st 8, Mr M'Oann; Lake Charm 8, Air Youl den. Church of England-Cohuna, 11 and 7.30; Mead Public Hall, 3, Rev R. H. Simmonds. Methodist.-Kerang 11, Koroop 7 30, Mr Peel ; Kerang 7.:10, Macorna North, Rev T. J. Payne ; Tragowel 11, Appin 3. Mr Curnow; Cohuna 11 and 7.30, Wee Wee Rup 3, Rev. Egan Lee Gunbower 11, Patho 3, Mr Rosan. Congregational-Leitchville 11, Hor bon 3, Cullen 7.30, Rev Edgar Baker. PUBLISHED TU'SDA 8 & FRIDNYS, FRIDAY, '0th MARCH. - ~- yl -- °.