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Pental Island Lessoes [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 24 March 1914
Pental Island Lessees. The sub-committee of the Agricultural Colleges Council visited Pental Island last week, and interviewed the lessees. No official pronouncement was made as to the issuing of fresh leases and the in crease of rents. It is understood, how ever, that the rents will be fixed on an equitable basis, and that the leases may be extended to 30 years. Each lease will probably contain a clause making it compulsory on the lessee to construct a levee bank to prevent flooding. A Precocious Pig. At a dairy farm, a few miles distant from Keraug, a six months old pig, may eich morning and evening, be seen sitt ing on his haunches sucking a dairy cow. The cow standing patiently in the milk ing yard until her foster son is satisfied. This pig hid been, early in life, left an orphan and took up with the dairy herd, eventually finding this accommodating cow, who readily adopted him. In the early stages of their companionship, he was compelled to wait till the cow lay down to enjoy ...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 24 March 1914
The visit of Mr Watt, the Premier, Mr Hutchinson, the Minister of Water Supply and' Mr Lawson, the Minister of Lands, to this district should lead to a better understanding by the Government of the questions in which we are most vitally in terested. The difficulty with a Ministry and with Parliament is to get them to realise, the true condition of things in country districts, especially when they are purely local. A member of Parliament makes a statement to the Ministry of the day, or on the floor of the House. The state ment may be absolutely true in every particular and without a scintilla of exaggeration, but his declaration is largely discounted by the members of theyHouse, as it is known to them that the usual practice in such state ments is to put a very one sided and exaggerated presentation of the facts. That being so, if real grievances exist in a district, it is wise to get as many members of Parliament and it possible, Mini sters, to acquaint themselves per sonally with t...
Railway Time Table. BENDIGO TO KERANG AND SWAN HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 24 March 1914
Railway Time Thble, BE-iDIGO TO KERANG AN)-D SWAN HILL. Mom. Wed The Daily FTr S: Th am pm pm p Meiurxne (Edeg) 6.40 ... 3. 5 1 . Bendigo (arr) ... 11.20 ... 7 ... (deg) ... _1.5__ ... 60 .. 6 ... 8 ES~geha k ... 1231 ...-2,7 ... 6.27 ... 93 Tand are ... 1_ ?? ... 6_- ... 6.1-3 ... 911 r... 316 ... 6 -'_ ... 6d.5 ... 91 ,R (ciep) ... . -1 .. 4.13 ... 7.20 ... 91 vands· r ... 11-57 ... 7-1 .. -.30...1IA Din___e... .. 1 . 2 ... 16 37 ... 91 P ie . ... 1n.16 ... -.5 ... 10-5 .. 11.! 3-itisxco (arr) . S·.. 1.3'_ ... 9 ... 11111 a CCiz3r) ... - Mvoit ep) . 35 . .... 111 mLims . ... -.566 ... 3 .-. Pwa i HE .. ... 9-EU ... 3 - . lftncýLs ... ... .. :3 ... 9165 .., 9, 43 ll ~R~9.35LQ,~ 10.9S ... 1111 Ms-- Sc,--A .. .. .1- ... ..111 ... 1J . iij Tra o e ... 255..94 . 02 . 1 Kesng dep ..... 3 33 Lake Crirrt i ... t 1 - 3Sr;- Pa~j ... 41.3`1 ý" Ham; ... 5. f -
AN EASY WAY TO REMOVE SUPERFLUOUS HAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 24 March 1914
AN EASY WAY TO REMOVE SUPER FLUOUS HAIR. For the benefit of our lady readers who suffer from the humiliating disfigurement of hair on face, lips or chin, we publish herewith a formula which has the ad vantage of being simple and inexpensive as well as marvellously effective. It is not claimed by our informant that one application will permanently destroy the hair roots, but it is claimed, and the claims are borne out by actual tests, that one ap; lication completely removes the hair, and its regular use, one or two days apart, will quickly and permanently de stroy the hair root itself. If you have hair which you wish permanently re moved, ask your chemist to mix 43 drams Pulverised Sulthine Concentrate with 2j drams Zinc Oxide, P.B., and 1 dram of Powdered Orris Root, and put in a wide mouth bottle For use, mix a little of the powder into a paste on a plate by adding a few drops of water. Apply with a narrow knife blade and remove at the end of two minutes with the back of the knife...
CRICKET. SECONDRATE ASSOCIATION. McCARTHY—HELLER TROPHY. Rechabites v Kerang East. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 24 March 1914
CRICKET. SECONDRATE ASSOCIATION. MCCARTIIY-HELLER TROrHiY. Rechabites v Kerang East. The Rechabites journeyed to Ker ang East on Wednesday, with a very weak team, and were defeated by 5 runs. For the Rechabites Cousins 20 (not out) was the only double figure scorer, and for the home team Guy with 14 was the best. The scores were RECHABITES. A. Harridge,c Thorne, b Far rant ... ... ... I C. Benfield. b Thornes 3 B. Gitshbam, ~ Mitchell, b Thorne ... .. ... 0 S. Cullen, b Boyd ... ... 0 A. Adams, o and b Farrant 2 W. Cousins, not out , ... 20 G. Freeman, b Thorne ... 0 G. Boyd, c Boyd, b Thorne 0 G. Stott, c Farrant, b Thorne 0 Sundries ... ... ... 1 Total ... ... 27 Bowling-J. Thorne, 5 for I; Boyd, 1 for 2; A. Farrant, 2 for 14 ; Smith, 0 for 9 KERANG EAST. B. Boyd, b Gitsham ... 0 E. Mitchell, bGitsham ... 2 W. Guy, b Benfield ... 14 J. Thorne, run out ... - 1 A. Farrant, c Adams, b Git sham ... ... ... 1 J. Smith, b Gitsham ... 4 .G. Smith, b Benfield ... 4 R. Phillips, lbw, b Git...
ENGINE DERAILED AT SWAN HIL[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 24 March 1914
ENGINE DERAILED AT SWANK During shunting operatii? Swan Hill yesterday at a! 11.30 a.m. the passenger eel ran off the line. The engine' not damaged and the permal way was only slightly a&i Not having appliances forr? ing the locomotive on therti was necessary to make o arrangements. The engine the up goods train which pened to be at Mologa wasr back to Swan Hill to take thel senger train to Bendigo, casualty engine and Yvan , sent from Bendigo to re-.rm disabled engine. As a CV quence of the accident, thel senger train which was to le Swan Hill did not leave station till 4.15 and afterpi up passengers between th Bendigo ran express tot ~ebi The down passenger train Bendigo to Swan Hill W; tained at Kerang station arrival of the train from Hill. Autumn and winter shorO day, March 19th, Ernest Pa, his opening show of all that and up-to-date in seasona0B. costumes, coats, dress mateh larettes, etc. It will pay ýYU well assorted stock of the dne in seasonable goods before your n...
Koondrook Jockey Club. EASTER MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 24 March 1914
Koondrook Jockey Club, EASTER MEETING. The sale of booths (public soft drinks and refreshment) right to hold same for the days Easter Monday and T day's meeting of the Koondr Jockey Club will be sold by; lic auction at Koondrook on turday, March 28th at 10a Intending buyers can returi morning tram, The committee have decide make further improvements anup-to-date combined stenw room, jockey room and weigh enclosure will be ready for coming meeting. A special car will be attac' to the 5.30 a.m goods train f Swan Hill, connecting with Koondrook tram. and return the same night on both En Monday and Tuesday. ExcuS fares. A stipendary steward wil[l charge on both days. Entries, coming in fast, and a recordI, ing is expected. Horse ore are reminded to book theirl: boxes early.
[?]RANGE BLOSSOMS. [?]D. HENDERSON TO [?] MISS A. DWYER. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 24 March 1914
ANGE BLOSSOMS. D. ENDERSON TO MISS A. DWYER. ge gathering of residents lagoyt and surrounding assembled at Mr Arthur large woolshed on the of the 16th inst., for the derf entertaining Mr Don son at a gift tea on the ai PPoaching marriage Alice Dwyer, daughter of When he Dyer, of Koon rg variet was presented eariety of handsomne n presentso Mr Arthur in to the presentation of the many sterling iployed guest, who has t ?elve te stpeaker for ttwelv orrthirteen years, nwhom 1 ee• years, ehom, during that time, as never one word of dis ilvain, T. Vineombe, Gil irlv who is a partner S. riA, on in dairyin? ýuýi ý m-, aid y James Simpson also referred to the guestin a similar manner, The wedding was celebrated in the Baptist church, Koondrook, on Wednesday morning last. The bridegroom was supported by Mr Arthur Eagle and Mr Dwyer junr. while Miss Annie Dwyer acted as bridesmaid. After breakfast, at the residence of the bride's parents; the happy couple motored to Kerang, en route for Melbou...
THE TENT MISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 24 March 1914
THE TENT MISSION, ands e' astor Steed ie p rtant discourse ar sbect hbeinhj ' The -i.bi i ",, lie said `taT :post"eaSy itself " in the is repeatingesse people of toewards God's truth in w o This generation j l -daj;esosed by former :l, te?uristak, s of the past urecsded that men might a recor failed. " Now these re oteunto them for ex ppthne are written for our and the whom the ends of on, upon ,,1 or. 10:11. e last generation that _in this earth before the o it follows that all the Shmes shone in the past must bhas who are to see their Sth ith greater light we 'rearer responsibility, and on this Scripture that the re denunciation found in all or God will fall on those t uis truth in the last gone And the third angel fol. saying in a loud voice: Sworship the beast and his receive his mark in his oI in his hand, the same of the wine of the wrath of eh is poured out without t the cup of his incligna he?shail be tormented with 'rstone in the presence of 'iels and the Lamb : And oi thei...
STATE SCHOOL TEACHERS' LIBEL ACTION. £200 DAMAGES AWARDED. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 24 March 1914
STATE SCHOOL TEACHERS' LIBEL ACTION. £200 DAMAGES AWARDED. Mr J. B. Heward, State school teacher, of Lang Lang, obtained a verdict of £200 and costs against Mr A. A. Blake, grazier, of Lang Lang, for libel, [The case was heard in the Melbourne County Court before Judge Box and a jury, and lasted for several days, Howard is claiming £500 damages. The words complained of were embodied in a me morial forwarded to the Minister for Ed ucation, signed by Blake and other parents, that Heward had lost the re spect of both parents and children, and that they were being sent to other schools, rather than allow them to pub up with his ill-tempered, harsh, and un reasonable treatment. It was also stated that he was mixed up in farming pur suits, and was unable to dov3te proppr attentlin to thlis ch.Pl dntig.T
THE SEAMY SIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 24 March 1914
THE SEAMY SIDE. Myrtle Shadforth, 19 years and married at 13, but living apart from her husband, was sentenced to a months' imprisonmeni with suspension on a good behaviour bond on a charge of vagrancy. SGeorge Taylor was sentenced to twelve months and James Cotterell to three months impri sonment, but good behaviour bonds were accepted in Cotterill's case. Tho evidence showed that the girl decoyed a man into the park when Taylor and Cotterell producing revolvers robbed him. Ah Youey was fined £50 and costs for sly grog selling. The police describe the Chinaman's abode as a perfect hell.
London College of Music. DECEMBER EXAMINATION RESULTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 24 March 1914
London College of Music, DECEMBER EXAMINATI0S RESULTS, The results of the December en: nations are to hand. The work do shows a general Improvement, 40? cent of the eandidates having gahl 90 marks or over out of a possible 1I Miss Alice M. Nich lion, of Bi?d willock, obtained top nmarks (99), ai will be awarded the callege book pd. Amongst others to do particulirlyr was Isabel Ashcroft Kerang. Appended is a list of the local:: cessful candidates Junior Section-N-ellie Barrett& ang (Miss McColough); Kate lied tyre, Lalbert (Miss D. Smith, LIA Dorothy Taverner, Kerang (i McColough). Elementary Section-Evelyn MAd Kerang (Miss McColough); Marji Ashcroft, Kerang (Miss McColor! Hops Kerr, Kerang (Miss McColo0, Ella McColough Kerang (Miss 3E1 ough) Karlie McDonald Kerang, ii Pay, Kerang (liss MIcO lough) The next theoretical examinsti will be held on June 10th, Eoti~ close May 18th.
Kerang Turf Club Races. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 24 March 1914
Kerang Turf Club Races. Splendid weather, a large at tendance, excellent racing, good organisation and an energetic staff of officers were the condi tions which prevailed on Satur day in Alexandra Park at the Kerang Turf Club races. The course was in good order, though somewhat heavy owing to the continued dry weather causing the ground to cut up in places where the horses galloped. The nominations were large. and though many horses were scrat ched, in almost every race fair fields were presented-at the start ing gate. The starting was first class, in most cases the horses got away well together. In the case of the Ladies' Bracelet race, Jay Gay got a bad start owing tc his jockey being struck by the gate. Notwithstanding that this prevented him getting away pro perly for a few seconds, he soon got into stride and came through L the field about half way round t and finished an easy winner. The l club has every reason to be highly - gratified with the results. The gate was the best f...