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KERANG POST OFFICE. MAIN LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 9 January 1914

KERANG POST OFFICE. The following are the times of clos ieg and arrival of mails for the under mentioned places r MAIN LINE. MAILS CLOSE DAILY For p.m. p.m Melbourne ... 1.30 -- Travelling P.O. 1.30 10 30 Bendigo ... 1 30 10.30 Mitiamo ... 1.30 - Mologa 1.30 -- Pyramid Hill 1.30 10 30 Mincha .. --- 10.30 MIacorna ... 1.30 10 30 Tragowel ... 1.30 10.30 M'Phail's ... 1.30 - MAILS AntuVw A POSy OFICIE. roei a.m p.m. Melbourne ... 6 3.20 Travelling PO. 6 3.20 Bendigo ... 6 3 20 Mlitiamo - 3.30 Mologi . 3.20 Pyramid Hill... 6 3.20 Mincha - 3.20 Macorna ... 6 3.20 Tragowel ... 6 3.20 M'Phail's - 3.20

Publication Title: Kerang New Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 9 January 1914

The vogue of i Embroid ery marked. i;iZ What a wealth of beauty I'?XP 1 Embroidery calls to mind. Fur :he ?I..mjr ;.iaon i:nubro-dries are to be more opular idint ever i. LHawthorne Bros. You may see al the NeweLav.Designs and 3tyles. Such a variety of wilthe too for every purpose to Euit the taste of my lady. Char m?ing designs in Flouncings. allovers, Edgings, Beadings, Insertions. Now ladies you will certaiuIy desire some of these for your Summer attire, and nowhere will you fiad such values as we are offering, Why not call and ins'pect while the variety is complete ? Watch our Windows for prices and values. U i The Store that serves you best, E E E,.db. "I-Tr C SANDHURST and Northern District T~RUTEES, Executors, and Agency GOMPAINY, uimited. When making your Will appoint this Company Executor, it being empowered by Special Act of Parliament No 979 to act as EIxecutor, Adrninistrator, or Trustee. JAMES P. B. McQU1E Manager. 'ihe BEST Engine or Machine may COST a little fMORE at ...

Publication Title: Kerang New Times
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DISTRICT NEWS. COHUNA. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 9 January 1914

DISTRICT NEWS. COHUNA. 'The new cdurt house was opened on 'Puesday last whei the Bench was occu nied by Measrs P. Bartold, P.M, O. L King, J. ?,':Kenzie King. A E. Lester, mud G. Carwardine, J.P. Herbesb GCibbins, a well-known loca] stock dealer and drover, was charged by Consttable Si;nblobe with the alleged for: gry of a sale note for £16 2s Od, in con nection with the sale of 3 bullocks. Oi the applicaticn lof defendant the case was •djourned for a fortnight. Several vac cinaution and petty debt cases were alao dealt with. OnSaturda. last, Dr A.Y. Nankiveli nmest with a painful accident while at, tempting to .knock the head off a bottle of mnedicine, tllhe- stopper of which had been brokc. Some fragments of the glass flew up and lodged in the doctor's eye. First aid was: rindored by Nurse King and Mr D "Evans, chemist, and two pieces of glass were removed, but), as -omne still remnained, and the eye bleed .ng badly, a hulrried motor trip iwas made to Kerang, whlere Dr. Barnard lo...

Publication Title: Kerang New Times
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Liberal Solidarity. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 9 January 1914

Liberal Solidarity. The Federal Session has closed. Throughout, .it was strenuous and -tormy. It:has not been fruitful i, ,onstructivo legislatioin, but Mr Cook and his. supporters cannu6t be bhlaime for that. It was impossible, with par ties so evenly balanced in the House of Representatives, and with an over whelming majority of.:political oppon eats in the Senate to expect anything of the kind The Prime Miinister was emphatic in'declaring this at the out set, and hence the desire of the Go vernment to press for a double dis solution so that the electors mighi give to one party or the other a proper working. majo!ity. Though IMr Cook has not been able to achievirmlithciin respect to Legis lative measures, ,hbe has led 'his party with skilland abilite. His followirs have been loyal to his leaderabip and devoted to service.. So a perilous situ atian, from the day the session opened to its close, has been saved from disas tee by party solidarity of a comufend able character. Mr Cook ...

Publication Title: Kerang New Times
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The Lucerne Growing Industry. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 9 January 1914

The Lucerne Growing Industry. ----+--- .Mr Hlaynes, represent;at'e of H. *S. K. Ward, lucerne specialist, wri'es: "I have made avery careful inspec tion ot the lucerne through the Irriga tion districts, and-find the setflemen'? round abiout Roechester are prodticing sonme of thc best lucerne thliat Il hle • ceninin "any of the State :::The sani Ildes I. brought .from lRoche?ter havie been examinied with .great interes't?' by the general feeders; 'ad also " nimnljer of stock feeders from N.S. \Wales, and have evoked great interest by all who have seen them. One of thile leading lucerne salesmen from Sydney, a maln who has been trading in the fodder for 35 years on that nmarket, and who has beel in' close touch witli the 1lunter liver and Queensland growers during the wlhole of that time, agreed with the writer that the lucerne samples from Messrs \ickers' :and Clarks' were as line as anything -ivihil has ever beeni produced in the -nortlhern States. I also'brought a sample of some lu...

Publication Title: Kerang New Times
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How to Neutralize Dangerous Stomach Acids. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 9 January 1914

How to Neutralize Dangerous Stomach Acids. Few people besides physicians rea iise the importance of keeping the food contents of the stomach free fruom acid. fermentaition. Healthy normal 'digestion-cannot take, plate whld the ,elicate lining of the stomach is bein? tufluamed and aistended by acid ani rvind--the results of fermenting food in the stomach. To secure perfect di gestion, fermentation must be stopped or prevented, and. the acid neutralised For this purpose physicians usually re commend getting a little bisurated magnesia from the chemist and taking half a teaspoonful in a little hot or cold water immediately after eating, I'hey re::ommend bisuraled magnesia ,ecause it, is pleasant to take, has no d sagrecable after effects, and instantly stops fermentation, neutralises the ;cid and makes the sour acid food oland, sweet.and easily dligested. - The regular use of biqurated mag ;esia-be sure-you get the bisurated, as other kinds of magnesia are of little value-is an absolut...

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The Door That Always Opens. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 9 January 1914

The Door That Always Opens. " The Door that always Opens" is the title of the latest illustrated book let issued by Dr Baranrdo's Homes. It contains the life stories of a day's admisrions told in a very readable fashion. Here is one of-themn: "In the dark hours comes little Teddie, found ;n the street at two o'clock in the morning, burning with fever. Not even Dr Barnardo's Homes could save him, and we can see that he must die. But nobody could know how pitiful some of his last;words would be. His good nurse kissed him like a mother. " Why did you do that ," said the astoiished boy; and then, ' Nobody-Nobody-never kissed--me-afore.' For nearly half a century the doors of Dri Barnardo's Homes haa opened to all destitute children. Many of them come in a pitiable conditio:--af flicted, suffering and miserable, 78,000 children have passed through the door, and the majority of them have been trained in various wys to take their places as useful citizens in the homeland, and as supporters...

Publication Title: Kerang New Times
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CRUSHING REBUKE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 13 January 1914

CRUSHING REBUKE. In the early days of railways, on some of the lines smoking was not al lowed at all either in the trains or on the station buildings. One day a station-master of a large station, a man noted for his concert and pomposity, descried a gentleman pacing the platform with a cigar in his mouth. He at once accosted the offen der and riquested him forthwith to stop smoking. The gentleman took no no tice of this command, but cbntinued to walk, emitting a silvery cloud. The station master asked hin to stop snfoking more peremptorily than be fore; but still the owner of the Ha vana maintained a provoking disregard. A third time the order w\ repeated, ccompanied by a threat that if the obstinate sinner did not obey he would be handed over to the tender mercies of the porters. The stranger took no more heed than before, so at last the official, complete ly losing his temper, pulled the cigar out of the smoker's mouth and flung it away. This vident act produced no more effect tha...

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MOURNING GARMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 13 January 1914

MOURNING GARMENTS.. The colors of garments worn during the mourning period varies in differ ent countries. The more civilised na tions use blacl] for mourniig. In Italy the women dolln white garments to show their grief, and the men clothes of a brown hue. In China, white is used for mourning by both sexes. in 'Tur key Syria, Cappadocia, and Ai'rmenia, celestial blue is the tint chosen. In Egypt, yellowish brown, the hue of the dead leaf, is deemed proper; and in Ethopia the natives wear grey as the emblem of mourning. All these colors are symbols. Whlite symbolises purity, an attribute of our dead; the celestial blue, that place of rest where happy souls are at peace; the yellow or dead leaf tells that death is tlhe end of all human hope and that man falls as the autumn leaf; and grey whispers of the earth to which all re turn. The S3yrians considered mourning for tlh, dtid an effeminate practice, and when they grieved they put on wo men's clothes, as a symbol of weakness and as a ...

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SOME DONT'S FOR HOUSEWIVES AND OTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 13 January 1914

SOME DONT'8 FOR HOUSEWIVES AND OTHERS. Don't fail to give your correct ad dress when ordering goods. Don't forget to score children's new shoes on the soles so that they will not slip. New shoes are highly pol ished, and even big children slip and fall. Take a dull knife-point or scis sors and scratch the soles in criss-cross fashion, not making the marks so deep as to injure the sole.. Don't take pet dogs visiting and ex pect people to prepare especial food for them, or shut their room doors con tinually so as not to have their shoes or garments gnawed, or their beds in vaded, and their sofa cushions made "doggy." Don't fail to watch your baby when boarding or, visiting where bab?es are not understood. Injudicious people do the most amazing things. A-baby not three months old was given a big sweet by a friend of the mother before the mother could'stop her. It was a chocolate almond, and the poor baby swallowed the large nutl Again, wo men leave bottles.of ammonia, etc., just where ...

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BARBARA. I. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 13 January 1914

BARBARA. I. Mark Tempest looked round the pretty flower-decked room, and then at the pale, proud face of a woman who stood at an open French window gazing into the sunlit garden beyond. A sense of unreality was on him. The once familiar room seemed strange and cold, as though merged into the emotions and feelings and personality of the woman, who had just'demanded freedom from her en gagement. "You cannot mean it, Helen. It is some hideous mistake." And Mark looked with pain-filled eyes at the lovely profile. "Helen Churton turned coldly ana lytical eyes upon him. "I do mean it," with cruel emphasis. "I cannot marry a-a-" "A thief," he concluded, bitterly. am mistaken." "No, I suppose not. But I certainly gave you, of all people in the world, credit for believing in me. I see I am mistaken. A transient look, half .pain, half annoyance, passed over the beautiful features. "I have not yet said that I believe yougulity, but"-with a trace of irri tation-"cannot you see that it is im pos...

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Saving the Situation. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 13 January 1914

Saving the Situatlon. It was a blood-curdling tragedy to which the visiting football, team had been invited by the sporting manager of the local theatre. The final scene was the execiution of the villain. He was standing at the foot of the gal lows in the prison-yard waiting his doom.. Suddenly a chicken, which Ihad been employed in a former part of the play. escaped, and, rushing noisily across the stage, took refuge under the gallows. This naturally created a diversion, and the audience laughed. The company on the stage stood wondering how to turn the situation. Suddenly one of the footballers shouted out: "Blow your whistle, guv'nor. It's a fonl in the' pealty areal" During a winter visit to Florida, An drew Carnegie attended a service in little negro church. When the contri bution plate came around, Mr. Carne gie dropped a five-dollar bill upoh it. After the contents of the plate had been counted, the clergyman arose and an nounced: "Brethren and sisteren, the collection this ev...

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IF WE KNEW. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 13 January 1914

IF WE KNEW. Could we but draw back the curtains That surround each other's lives, See their naked heart and spirit, Know what spur the action gives; Often we should find it better Purer than we judge we should We 'should love each other better, If we only understood. Could we judge all deeds by motives, See the g6" and had within, Often we should love the sinner All the while we loathe the sin. Could we know the powers working To overthrow integrity, We should jtdge eachl otlher's errors With more patient charity. If we knew the care and trials, Knew the effort all in vain And the bitter disappointment, Understood the loss and gain; Would the grim external roughness. Seem, I wonder, just the same? Would we help where now we hinder? Would we pity where we blame? Ah I we judge each other harshly, Knowing not life's hidden force.; Knowing not the fount of action Is less turbid at its source. Seeing not amid the evil All the golden, grains of good; Oh! we'd love each other better, If we...

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FLASHES BY WIRE. "NEW TIMES" SPECIAL SERVICE. PER REUTERS AGENCY OVERSEAS & AT HOME. MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 13 January 1914

FLASHES BY d18 "NEW TIMES" SPECIAL SERVICE. PER REUTER S AGENCY OVERSEAS & AT HOME. MELBOURNE. The Interstate Commission opened its public sittings to-day in the presence of the Prime Minister Mr Cook, and a num ber of the Departmental heads; The chairman Mr Piddington, set f'orth at length the objects of the Commission, and said it had re ceived 270 applications for tariff and investigation, including 126 for increase of new duties, 132 for reduction, and the balacce for preference bounty or export duty. TheCommission took evidence this afternoon in support of a re quest for an increase in boot duties. Lady Fuller, wife of Sir John Fuller, late Governor of Victoria, in a farewell message, thanks the people of Victoria for many kind nesses, - The Chapel Street trams which were blocked owing to the slot being closed opposite the scene of the big fire, resumed running this morning, but passengers were re quired to walk past the burnt area. Arrangements are being made by Treadw...

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Unto the Third & Fourth Generation. CHAPTER XIX. The Victory of Ross. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 13 January 1914

~-- Unto the Third & Fourth Generation. By MarjorleWeatherly. CHAPTER XIX. The Victory of Ross. Ross straightened himself in the saddle, sitting black aand statue-like against the gold of the evening sky. ie was watching the lithe figure of if l iamilton as lie turned the last bullock, and perhaps unconsciously en jovina thile peace of Nature, broken on'ly as it was by the report of a stock ohip ecioing over "Roslyn" slopes. Suddenly a low roar came from the laVe! vanquished herd, and a great roan bull, followed by the rest of the mob, charged full at the open gate. Ross's whip dropped from his arm to his hand, but he sat still. The lad had dashed up the hill, and well-nigh before his horse stopped he was on the ground standing right in the face of the cattle. Out came the lash, once, twice, thrice times, before the leader fell, bellowing, back amongst his fellows, and Alf bent coolly to lift the fallen gate to its hinges. Ross hid a smile as he flung himself from his saddle...

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CABLES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 13 January 1914

CABLES, Nine millions of people are al leged to be starving in Japan through failure of the crops, The general manager of rail ways atJohannesburg anticipates there will be a normal train ser vice by. Tuesday. The town re mains quiet and a vigilance cornm mittee is patrolling the streets. A general strike throughout South Africa is now considered_ probable. The Labor party asks for re presentation of the Railway Unions on the Railways and Har bours Board. Everything is quiet in Cape Colony, but the defence -forces are guarding stocks. Two hundred Scottish Horse have been sent to Jagers Fontein to control the Basutos, who were likely to give trouble.

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DISTRICT NEWS. TEAL POINT. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 13 January 1914

SDISTRICT NEWS. TEAL POINT. The evening of December 20:h proved to be a red letter event to the children of Teal Point, for the echeol break-up was celebrated by a Christ mas tree, illuminated with Chinese lanterns and adorned with numerous sparkling decrations, in addition to a goodly supply of appropriate and pretty gifts, all of which were greeted with joyous enthusiasm by tie children. Mr M Donald, chairman of the school committee, presided The rchool children sang the Carols, The OCbris mas Tree, The Angel's So-g, Nowll, Carol Sweet Carol, Adeste Fideles and the refrain of Miss Jean Thompson's solo, (Good News, Miss Lily Thompson acting as accompanist Grade I recited Santa C aus Mi-sion, grade II recited The Baby's Stockig, grades III and IV. recited Old Santa Claus, Violet M'Donald reel ed "he Strange Child's Christmas, Wilfred English recited Too Christmas Pud ding and William Bai, d recited Oid Grandfather Gay. The programme had been neatly typed by Master R. Erglish, an old...

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Should Men and Women Bathe Together. TWO LORD MAYORS ON MIXED BATHING. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 13 January 1914

Should Men and Women -Bathe Together. TWO LORD dMAYORS ON I1EDI) BATiH INGC . - \ith tille. sunmeit:i its'lheight - tle Imetlropoqian ene sjilei aic a"s'." usual, discu~rssing very Iic'vcl;y t;he question of m oxd bathing. :V\ieva 'ion bots sides .are exp'itssed- b scores of correspond cnuts, aad.I L"Evyldhys. Jouikial" has been to lthle trdouble of collecting .the V:eas of such agnible people as the Lord Mav~y's of Sydney and Melitouine Archbishop Malaiix anlltl Cnon llughes, the Coninissioner of Police Lnd a ladv doctor, the Auierican, French and Ge:r man consuls andl Ir "Sniowy': Bakerr the famous surf cilhunpion. The views of these a'ried folk, it may be added, arc illustjlted with a numbler of magniicelt c.mInrt v'iews that seem also to offer ;rgtunelcts on both sides of ,he vexed quesltion: "Should Mixed Bathinlg Be Encouraged ?" The majori.y of peuple asked replied in favor of mixed bathling-within reasucn able limits: Tile Lord M.tror of Mcel bourne ithilnks that "tlhe se:i ...

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Art Photography. RICHARDS & CO.'S. DISPLAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 13 January 1914

Art Pbotography. RICHARDS & CO.'S. DISPLAY. There is only one .opinion of the new display by the famous Ballarat firm, Ricbards and COL., viz, " The best yet." Is seems hard to surpass the many excellent exhibitions made in the past, but the subtle advance. meet in the photographic artis clearly shown. For instaLce. the central shades ale displayed in c lors which lend a realistic effect which impels the beholder to doubt who her they are really produc:d by the camera in the ordinary manner. Perhape the most str king examp es are two large head studies of young ladies. One is a Rembraudt tffect, aith beautiful luminosity in the shadows, a scarlet feather which is d pinoding from the hair striking a novel note in por trait composition. Tee other examp!e is a large full fce portrait, entitled "The Coral Necklace." The rxpression is mos lifell?ke and impressive. A dis play of -hotos by Richards acd Co. would be incomplete without bridal portraiture, for which Richards and Co. a...

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KERANG BOWLING GREEN. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 13 January 1914

KERANG BOWLING GREEN. The foilowing are tihe handicaps for tile singles tournanimen which commenced last evening. The games are four bowls, 21 up and it is anticipated that the first round will be completed this week. Draw: Mortoo, scr. v Richards, 4; Manning, ser. v M'Carthy, 3; Gray, scr. v Pooleyi, L ; Roberts, 3 v Mackrell, ser.; Con nelly, ser. v Rattray, scr.; Drummond, 2 v Kelsall, 4; Milvain, ser. v Trebilcock, scr.; Daish, 2 v Barblett, 1; Scott, 2 v Addisnn, scr ; Rtadclifle scr" v Argyle, scr.; Cox, seo. v Coleman, 5; Hawthorne, 3 v Christopher, 4; Barrell, scr. v WVil lan, 1; Patchell 5 v WVaddell, 2; M'Eniry, scr. v Pike, 1.

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