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SMART MEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 7 February 1890
SMART` MEN: IwIcomimon parlancet heman who gets: rich by a series of operations :bordeiing'.so. closely iipbn faiut t iiitthiie distinction be tween, the two is a legal rather than a. moral difference, is called a "smart man." lIe is admnired for his adroitness and en-vied for his success. But, as a general rule. wealth is of no real ise to individuals of this class. Theirenjoyment consists mainly in thle process of accumulation, not ini tih result. To outgeneral, to outwit and iiood wink their fellow-men isttheir darling employmeiit; and the questioniable ceiebrity they thus obtain is one of::their greatest. luxuries. IThey: areproud, tooi of: their repuitation- for s"perior shrewdness;: and the sort of iworslup whichipeople of grovcl-, ing instincts accord .to-kroperty, irrespec- - tire of the manner in thih itisg iamanssesd, gives theim a sense bf importance whiiich is doubtless very agcreeable:' Thy: do not apply to themselves the moral standard by' whidch conscientious msen'mea...
WHAT A BABY CAN DO. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 7 February 1890
WHATtA BABY CAN DO. dii chin beat any alarm clock ever inyntfed at- waking a family up in the morning. It can make more genuine fuss over a simple brasspin thanits mother would over a broken back, It can fatIll down oftener and with less provocation than the most expert tumbler in he circus ring. Give it a chance, and it can smash more dishes thin'tho most industrious servant girl in the whole country i It cadi choke itself black in the face with greaiter' ease; than the most accomplished wretch that was ever executed. It can ikeep a family in a constant tur moil from morning till night and night till moining without once varying its tune. -, -It can be relied upon to sleep peacefully all day when its father is away at business, and'cry persistently all night longwhen lie is particularly sleepy. It may be the naughtiest, dirtiest,ugliest, most fretful baby in all the world, but you can never make its mother believe it, and you had Letter not try. It can be a charming and model infan...
THE SUNDAY TRAM QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 7 February 1890
THE SUNDAY TRAM QUESTION. At the shire co ueetih',b doi Tuesday, Or,-CVonuan e atat tho previou-I: mneeting of,tlh li- had introaucedil a depntation'w nted a petition asking that the truting of the Sunday trams might be dicontinued. Or. Dun stan had promised then to give notice of motion with a view to rescinding the previous resolution authorising the man. ager to run the trams, but lie had not done so. He (the speaker) could not tell why, but supposed he (Cr. Dunstan) had some reason for it. As the introducer of the deputation, it was his (Cr. Cullen's) place to see they were fairly dealt with. His views on the subject were well known, and-were not witli the petitioners. It had been said the employees -were forced -to work on Sunday, and that if they did not their services would be dispensed with, but such was not tile case. If the men did not care to work on Sundays, he would be one of-the last to force them to do so. lie had spoken to the men, and not one of them had objected. I...
"WHAT'S IN A NAME?" [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 7 February 1890
"WHAT'S IN A NAME?" v Sihe sat in the liammock, doi intnothing in particular He had a stick af redahnd wlite candy in his hand,: liit wais not eating it, I forthe simple reason that he hlad already eaten so mtich swe-et stuff as- to bcconscious of an uncomfortable feeling in the regionof his stomach; hut lie did not like to put the canidy out of hIs sight. Aside door belong- i sng to the housonear at hand openedi iand a ' waomin's ioice was heard sayirng; "" Wiaitrtandisedifthere arntny eggs si in the nests." a "Yes'm," said the boy in the hammock. a "Wait a minute drid I will," but lie did not stir from his place. P "Wait?" shouted his brother from the distant hayfield, "bring us a fresh pitcher d of water; can't you?" g "If you'll wait a minute, till I've huntedt thleeggsifor mammaI -iill," slouted back -the boy, aid sat as still es a mouse, taking S a stick now and then of his candy.: , S ui'eminuites passed, and Aunt Sarah appeared lilth doorway n Wait, are you there? "Y ; 1 ;ha...
COURTS FOR FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 7 February 1890
COURTS FOR FEBRUARY. The following are the appointments of IMr. Taylor, P.M., for the ensuing month: Friday, 7th, Kerang, revision court. Saturday, 8th, Swan Hilll, licausing court. Monday, 10th, Kerang, licensing court. Tuesday, 11th, Tarnagulla, revision court. Wednesday, 12th, Wedderburn, revision court. Thursday, 13lth, Boort, revision court. Friday, 14th, Inglewood, revision court. Saturday, 15th, Clharlton, licensing court. Monday, 17th, Ilaywood. Wednesday, 19th, Kerang. Thursday; 20th, Pyramuid Hill, revision court. Friday, 21st, Kerang. Saturday, 22nd, Castlenmaine, licensing court, and Maldon court. Tuesday, 25th, Serpentine, revision court. Wednesday, 26th, vWycheproof, revision court. Friday, 28th, Sandhurst; Inglewoold, licensing court, 5 p.m. March-Satlurday, 1st, Echuca, licensing court. .Wednesday, 12th;, Sandhurst, licensing court.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 7 February 1890
YORKSHIRE RELISH. aw W miRt1R TO EIIK, HSIAK. a~pýR¢ W8FISK, ETC. WITH 3sP IT Is SAUWMI. RBIDS AOlUIALY WIT All AIMS WITH TI EA MIBICATE EAES IOD MEAT A tIlIlr. * V MAKES TIE RAIMSI VWM PAIATAILE. 0 TE ANTIEST Ds0II Ia EWUmPJ POSSESSES A PIWIASIWM I.CI EUIl DISK IS IMPIAE W IITS ADDITIR S AHE OOS EF =WRA 1 IMITATIONIS s D ELCEO Sm AA AMIDE WDE. AN IMTlROFEAPMESS IEAIS 10 COMPETITIC THE COST DELICIOUS SAUCE * 4. IN THE WORLD. Wholesale Agents-TILLOCK & Co, George Street, Sydney. ".pF THo£Ic U TUIU R. gvg!y WLFi INSIST ON HAVING ALLCOCK'S Whin euakhin r POROUS PLASTER, And let no solicitation or explanation Induce you to accept any other. ALLCOCIS ARE the only genuine Porous Plasters. - RECOMMENDED BY Rev. ARK GUY PEARSE, HENRY THORNE (Evangelist), GEO. AGUG1S SALA, Mrs. HENRY WARD BEECHER, and others, Physicians everywhere but their Becommendation only applies to AILCTK'S POROUS PLASTERS. They are the Standard Remedy for ASTH BRONCHITIS, LUMBAGO, SCIATICA, WEAK BACK, &...
Kerang Times. Published Tuesdays and Fridays, WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 7 February 1890
Published Tuesdays and Fridays, WITH WEEtKLY SUPPLEMENT. FRIDAY, FEBRIUARY 7, 1500. PRSE nTr.TION TO Mn. ELLss.-Last evening a meeting, convened by adver tisement, of the friends of Mr. Asher IEllis. one local postmaster, who is on the point of leaving for Diinboola, to wlhich oflice he hils been promoted alter about fifteen years' residence in Kerang, was held at the Meshanics' Institute for the parpnse of adopting a suitable method of recognising his services to the town and dtistriel. There was a very large and mepresentitive attendance, Mr. W. 3. .W. Patelell occupying the chair. Mr. T. Bessonce was appointed honorary seeres tary. Apologies for non-attenrldance were receivel from Mr. J. W. Taverner, MI.P., asad severi oCher gentlemnen. Thi chair. .goon havring ozpprine.l. thhn or at Lugo~ mIecting, aiiupoilnted out the necessity of ir.rme.liate action, as Mr. Ellis expected to leave on Wednesday next, those present forinao themselves into a committee, and lthe fllowing resolutio...
SCIENCE AND ART JOTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 7 February 1890
SCIENCE AND ART JOTTINGS. TrE Norwegian cod-fishery this year has been unusually successful. It is reported that 36,000,000 fish were taken. As outbreak of enteric fever in Leeds, England, lhas been traced to two farms whence milk is supplied to the families of those who have been attacked. OF five cases of moveable heart studied by Professor Rumpf, three were the results of dietetic and medicinal attempts to cure obesity. Tlhe Ledgerhas repeatedly warned its correspondents against such attempts to caure obesity. NEW INVExxTroc.-Percolating teapots amre very much to be recommended, the rationale of their use being to prevent the tannic acid, which forms four or five minutes after the hot water is poured upon the leaves, passing into thle tea. By meants of the percolator tihe leaves are kept above tihe level of the water as soon as the first cup of tea is poured out, and tihe quality of the"brew"thenremains thesameto theend. AT the International Congress on HIygiene and Demography, h...
HINTS ON MAILING LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 7 February 1890
HINTS ON MAILING LETTERSj IN addressing all letters, use black ink and large, loud, distinct penmanship. Mail your own letters. Dirset thenim to the proper city. Register valuable and important letters. Write nothing in the north-ehnst corner. Use the Government-stamped envelopes. Provide a letter-box at your door. Write "Transient" on letters to citid through which your correspondents pas when travelling. In strange offices show your printed G written nnme. Enclose to correspondents printed ensi lopes stamped and directed to yourself. We give these rules for what they a worth-and they are worth much. lTe alas! those that are rich in absent-minlds ness, like those that are poor in thisworl' goods, are 'always with us." So I chances are that, in spite of these ten g pieces of advice, the Dead Letter 0l4ice continue to flourish like a green bay for some time to come. S
HOW TO GROW ORCHIDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 7 February 1890
HOW TO GROW ORCHIDS. AN article in the Horticultural Times gives the following advice: - "Of late years orchid culture has been greatlysim plifled, and many more classes of tihe community can share alike the enjoyment created in the grow of a few cool orchids. Fortunately for everyone who loves . gardening, many orchids can ie grown in greenhouses, and even byjudi cious management many can be grown out of doors, during favourable weather, from midsummer until the end of September. It must not, however, be supposed that because these valuable plants are to be recommended for growing out of doors that everyone can grow them in a manner similar to out-door plants; because it is not so, as it requires, skill, judgment, and patience on the part of the cultivator before he is able to understand their re quirements in the open air. It is certain that a little knowledge is required to grow orchids in an ordinary greenhouse, and will cause the cultivator to make prepara tions necessary to th...
STATISTICS OF BREATHING. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 7 February 1890
STATISTICS OF BREATHING. :1 each respiration an adult inhales one t of air. t man respires sixteen to twenty times a note, or twenty-thousand times a day; hild twenty-five to thirty-five times a nute. Vhile standing, the adult respiration is enty-two; while lying, thirteen. lie superficial surfaceof the lungs-i.e., their alveolar spaces-is two hundred tiara yards. The amount of airinspiredin twenty-four urs is ten thousand litres (about ten ousand quarts). The amount of oxygenabsorbedin twenty ur hours is five hundred litres (744 ammes),and the amountof carbonic acid pired in the same time four hundred tres (911.5 grammes). Two-thirds of the oxygen absorbed in venty-four hours is absorbed during the htliou from 6 p.m. to 6 a.m. hree-fifths of the total carbonic acid is rown off in the daytime. The pulmonary surface gives off one undred and fifty grammes of water daily n the state of vapour. An adult must have at least three hundred ad sixty litres of air an hour. The heart sends thr...
THE SHADY SIDE OF THE HILL OF LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 7 February 1890
TIHESHADY SIDE OF THE HILL OF LIFE. 'P the sunny side of the Hill of Life, it is,for 'the most: part, pleasant travelling, ad some of us, alas! are oapt to be too jolly ontliaeroad. The upward slope is fair to loE upon, and Hope capers before the pirim, beguiling the way with merry sos;and weaving, as she bounds from tecin to terrace, green garlands with wichashe promises to. crown him at the to. If he stumbles now and then, and cmes'to grief, he soon picks himself up, all starts with new rigour, like a refreshed To,'on his up-hilt journey. lut' after the crest of the hill is doubled, al the road lies downward through-the tilight region on the other side, it is by melns such agreeable going. Three tra leit out of every five dislike the pro Ste and would fain lhang back. Their 0tei against Time may have been a suc asful one to thie turn, but now the slow alre old Athlete has the best of them, ai:liey feel that at some spot, not far d.tat, on the precipitous path before ti they must l...
SCHOOL-CHILDREN AND THE HEAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 7 February 1890
SCHOOL-OHILINfEN AND THE HEAT. Children attending state schools have been sntffering very severely from the extrome heat of the weather, and the attention of the Minister of Public instruction having been drawn to the matter, he lhas decided that when the temperature reaches 90 deg. in the schoolroom, the teacher may dismiss the class or classes. The order is in force only for the month of February. THE PENNYI PosT.-In connection with the introduction of the penny postage system it has been found, talking the re-. turns for the month of January as a guide, that the estimated loss of revenue to the department, nlamely, £100,000 per annum, will be jnst about realised. The sales of stamps for last month amounted to £60,000, as againt £08,000 for December, 1889, or a loss of about £8,000 on one month's transactions. KcEHAN Co o.IONI-A meeting of per. sons interested in. the Kerang Common · willbe held in the Mechanics' Institute this evening at 7.30., to elect managers.
LAND SALE AT LAKE BOGA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 7 February 1890
S "'tC AT LAKE BOGA. LI-IYU.O/ILL 51l Wednesday last marked aniother era in irrigation in the colony, when a very successful land sale of township blocks was held at the Lake Boga irrigation settlement. hy Messrs. Yeo, Taverner and Co., Ltd., tinder instructions from the Lake Boa Irrigation Compainy; Judging by the prices obtained, and tht hirge tannibes: of bldcks sold; it is fery evildent that the people df this district are fully alive6 to thle alivantages to be derivdd front irrigation: Tlio ountry sritouti:lii the new tontnsliip. is. eiinuntly adaptea for irrigation settleinent; and the .oil appears unsurpassable for fruit growing and intense eltnure. The number of lakes in the sicinity should always furnish a supply of water equal to any place in the colony. A good nuttber,of the blocks offered are situated on the edge of Lake Boga, and brought first-class prices. The neely-fotirme;l stillway line fomu i Kernng to Swan Hill runs through the property, close to the lake, and div...
MISCELLANEOUS READINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 7 February 1890
MI SELLANEOUS READINGS. toe es oesis rarely-perfect except in the L, sts of those who have suffered. TnE innocence of the intention abates notehie oftlie mischscf of the example. NoenI\uGlatters a man so much as tile haflte ofhis:i ife, he1is lways proud of liiself asitlie source of it.°: o0 of the greatest of-all mental plea 51res5 to have ourthoulgts often divined; ever atered into with sympathy:. To udy maiakd is not learning to hate them; -o far from siuch malevolent end, it is leanng to bear and live easily with theme Waae follows wavre with equable gain ings ad recessions: The one sliding banck in thut music to be mingled waith and carrieel forward by the next 'In all this there is no slumberous monotony; for Spenisewas no mere metrist, but a great compeert OLteie has its privileges. It is a blessed tlhing to grow old and be respected and hionousel and humoutred.: The very old andl tievery young are the light and hope of thesorld. The dignity and wisdom of age anlithe inindcen...
SCHOOL PICNIC AT MURRABIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 7 February 1890
SCHOOL PICNIC AT MURRABIT. On Wednesday last Murrabit West was eafete,the occasion being the listribution of prizes at State school No. 2486, followed by a picnic on the Murray. The Rev. E. ii. Scott and Mr. D. W. Williamson at tended to represent the Board of Advice. The schoolroom was prettily decorated; in the centre the easel was made to as sume the appearance of a Christmas tree, ornamented with green stuff and splendid with gifts. In addition to the book cach child received was a gift of toys. Tihe Rev. E. H. Scott congratulated Miss O'lrien on the step she had taken, be cause work was only to be got out of any one by a wage of some kind, and this was as tree of children as adults. He advised the parents to petition for a verandah to be added to the school, as it was simply brutal for the children to be compelled to come to the school and then to have no shade whatever from the son. He thought ovrcery school on these Northern plains should be providled with shelter, and hoped ...
LITERATURE AUSTRALASIA. Half a Century of Australasian Progress. By William Westgarth. (Sampson Low, and Co. 12s.) [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 7 February 1890
" r~B~-~ · AUSTRALASIA. hIalf a Centry ot Austrlauian Pmt reoe. Ly William Wsstgartii. (*oamioo Low, andi Co. iSa.) 31.1:-IF.STOAlITI'S volume on "IHalf a Century of Australasian Progress," contains an aecomunt of his visit to the Melbourne Exhibition in 18S5, with brief glimpses of the othlier chlief cities inl Australia and new Zealand, and contrasts the state of those .colonies now with whait it was when ihe first knew them in 1810tO and subsequent yeiars.' Tile writer avoids statistics, and only professes to give some account of what lie saw in his "scamper" through the counlltry. TnE VOYAGE OUr. "M1y.;outward voyage in 1810 was in a ship of 414 tons, which tookl13 days to g from Leitlh to Port Phlillip. My return voyage, this year of 1838, by a steamer of above G,000 tons requires but IS to 40 days. Indeed the protracted time of my. first royage is enouglh nown; with all tile ad vanced facilities of intercommunlication by soa and ]ind, for outward and return voyage, and for a v...