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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 27 March 1914

SPECIAL SHOW of Aatluhn ald Winter GOODS THURSDAY, MA1TReH 19th, IAHWRVITHRNE tROS " The Storctthat ervea s you tSg.t." _ ~n * eminania\\lth Eak at Rus"ralia NAL _, B.?.F,,."L L- 'A 4,?',??? ": ?" ' V4GL 'kkIS $YM N&Y Sta1.> R' lul 7 *kba *\ ""'.7 'N'. La49 ·- ,a.\s iv. a - N Y 1'" . . ." . - .. - -N . ..-..- . - A "'? '"" "' ab * t -'. -*.4 ..u -' ON7 tN'N' h , a a 4 ab \ * 11 4 ( 4 : ,.' 'a., a jAhc A H'S-rr~ 'm aM my aur r· \ r & S- *\* 4ich '-'1: \ ZcuaM _T IN AL i 43# 6 .eA '*r t - t ga . n 'u s Nssee S qtuss hi alk weE ~ 3, Ea 61m :NE LH ma Aal a a .- u -4 R~~ Av se are "`. h .IL t 1,qw ee.-s-a S M . 1 t , k.;z as~s 1901 HU~~3~Ka ~ ;-as3 a Yt 4 sa .Px L v. dia 4 k r estss DR. J. W, CHRISTOPHER, Awat\ru'vl. ly ( (~olo\lhn!>,, . MA~l~iiOURRB. pohiw tk intim to that hl la > I ur'hnaeod Utlw KwA'ivt M11 A.R. WEL1MAN, et Oi thl t\, md »uAv lie ew aultst tWr al r0 smi ka - -- Dental Work At Mr. Wdlminn's . Il promless, arwn & 1tridgs Wtork A SrECtALI...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 27 March 1914

hange of Season bhange of Suits y i bein to feel out-of-orts and out. 14tyl. . you ,wetlhr.wo winter suit. Why not boft*Ie ayo oering of a new Spring Suit ? our nce Dends on You! yor tastes ire reflected In your attire. To boe o our that you are faultlessly attired have em r new -ui ., -,-W is a good tim e te s nd Por attpatterns. Charges Moderate. lSlWIGCK & EDWARDS, ~ia,.s..s aid ----- Koran,. v maJi TYLER'S I Drapers, Clothiers, ottumners, Merchanut Tailors. utumn DRESS GOODS. You 88n be Dressed Right up to the Times by. ". P"TV" :i.s :El ., S13. 15, 17, Bridge Street, BALLARAT, MYI3R'S omplete Home Furnishers. SSU[JMMERe eMlP RTS.l.. P STRETCHERS, SUN BLINDS, BAMBOO BLINDS, PRING ROLLER BLINDS, VENETIAN BLINDS, -ICE CHESTS.- NG CAMP STRETCHERS in best Army Duck, folds into nall siie, 151bs weight, 17s Gd each. CHAIRS, strongly made, stout canvas, 3s 6d, 4s 6d, 6s 9d. G ROLLER BLINDS, complete, Green, Is lid, 2s 6d. G ROLLER BLINDS, complete, Green and Cream, rever le, la...

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[?]er E[?]s. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 27 March 1914

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Publication Title: Kerang New Times
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 27 March 1914

kboll t aI mouth 1ag the1 E(1 inuur-in-Cuhitc of tho Vio'torian Hat oys pzep;rxd son' tiglurns whioh wenl to show that railway oot 0c1ion cNiu bo dono iluch mowv Olu'>ply by dy libo.r thlin beon two storik\\ to toll iabout il ',u\(t :lY>thing''.Otu titdi to tlh ;ible <;rs of tho " marit no ht, othor ominentlyr suitd to the oon'noouso ;uad expnence othe " - anon shlor," Tht, olato of utw's wit!h which he Chiwf Fg'weor of iailways 0 0 'I'llh3. I h1 "I ay r inkg s" ,. f tho ouity n ou i' Zind the o'> s.yin' hs thim is * ? &-xver! **.ts When *;'.'?V O On f- by oh" W?0; u -- -:: Labor .-sAs--? wh,,; " s:::, w :: yr. s::: ?^y the 3::is ?:: :-,,SQ:- IS :. I zX1 ? s:: -* -o -o C is : ::: n.^:- i ~ r-- - . : S--s~-Z :E-s a labor for Governmnent work. Therte saeems to be no reason for assuming th:at the government can construct railways oheaper than contractors, A contractor has a personal, an interested supervision over the work. IHe appoints men on w-hose judgmie...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 27 March 1914

Dressed Fashionably in Twenty :: No dob o tM-tes And in the very Height of Fashion too,' J No doubt of it - Scientific Dressmaking and Costume making has de veloped wonderfully Some of the very best Costumes and Dresses are now turned out ready-made | and Frocks A great variety now showing at I Hawthorne Bros. S Ah but you should see them, Such beautiful materials and designs. 11 in the very latest Styles ready for youen to wear. In buying these well-made ready made Costumes there is no anxiety for you at all - You do not have to wonder how the material will "make up" You see it at Hawthorne Bros all ready made up, and can try the Cols, tume on before you buy Isn't that a great recommendation for Ready-to -Wear? Come and try one on I aWTHeRNE BReS.. The Store that serves you best, SWILL F. RYAN, Hairdresser, Tobacconist, Tancy Goods, Commission and ,pws Agent. IMain Street, eohuna. Agent for the following:-" Kerang New Times ";" Age"; " Bulletin"; "Punch"; "Tribune"; "Bendigo. Adver...

Publication Title: Kerang New Times
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COMMERCIAL. K[?]RANG STOCK MARKET. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 27 March 1914

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LACE-MAKING. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 27 March 1914

LACE-MAKING. Lace, as we now understand the term, was not made ~ntiI the end of the sixteenth century; but nettings, drawn-thread work and elaborate em broideries have been found which date back as far as early Egyptian, Graeco-Roman and Anlo-Saxon times. The most exquisite examples of what we may call modern lace date fromi the time of the Renaissance, that wonderful period when all men's pow ers seemed suddenly to gain new life and vigor, and it is really no exag geration to say that the lace then pro duced was the finest the world has seen. Tradition has it that Queen KIath erine of Aragon was the first to in troduce the art of lace making as then known into the Midlands, whilst !iv ing in. retirement at Ampthill. Po'r, unfortunate queen! She passed the dark. days while the question of her divorce 'was being fought out "inl working with the needle curiously," and so keen was her interest in her humble pupils that at one time when money was scarce and ."times bad." she. burnt all ...

Publication Title: Kerang New Times
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WHAT ABOUT YOUR DISTRICT? INFORMATION WANTED. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 27 March 1914

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Telling Him Straight. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 27 March 1914

Telilng Him Straight. Alice Maud Jonkins had not lost hope, though young Jippleby had hung round for three years without fixing matters up. When Alice Maud pro posed taking a trip to Cockleton-on Sea on Easter Monday, Jippleby, of course, offered himself as escort, and the fluffy-haired Miss Jonkins had ex pressed herself as "only too pleased, George." They had strayed beyocnd the prom enade, and, sitting in the shade of a time-woirn groyne, were listening to "I Like Your Old French Bonnet" from the distant mouth-organs, when "George!" suddenly remarked Miss Jonkins, "I b'leeve it was in this very spot that father proposed to mother." "The sea impels one to adoration of the beautiful," replied George gal lantly. "In this very spot," repeated Alice Maud. George Jippleby betrayed some signs of nervousness. "Cupid by the sea is a deadly marksman," he observed. "Ah, yes," said the fluffy-haired maiden. "'e may be a good marksman, but, judgin' by results, you're not up to much as a targe...

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AM[?] S. A Scottish Emigrant. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 27 March 1914

A Scottish Emigrant. A pathetic story of a family ef Scot Ish emigrants is told by a correspon dent of a contemporary. He writes: One summer day, many years ago; i was walking with Mr. John Stuart Blaickie through the West Highlands. On the white road stretching before us there was a girlish figure bearing a small sack upon her shoulders. By and-bye we overtook her, and as she seemed sad and tired, we spoke to her. Was she weary? Yes; she-was a little weary. Had she far to go? A good bit. In fact, she was "walk' Ing oot o' Septland a' thegither." By-and-bye we had her pitiful story. A few years ago all her relations -brothers and sisters,uncles and aunts -had emigrated to Canada. She had stayed at home to 'mind' her-mother, who had been-too weak to undertake the long journey. Now her mother had died, and she was walking to Oban-seventeen miles off-to take the boat to Glasgow, whence she would sail for Canada. And the bag? The bag contained earth from her mother's grave; all of her r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 27 March 1914

NOTICES, SWAN HILL HOSPITAL FETE AND BAZAAR, HIGHLAND GATHERING & SPORTS. IN THE SHOW GBOUND, Monday, 27th April, 1914' (EIGHT HOURS DAY). Programme of Events. HIGHLAND EVENTS. PIPE MUSIC. 1. Pibroch. First, 40s second 20s; third, 10s. Entry, 2s. 2. Marches. First 40s; second 20s I third, 10s. Entry, 2s. 3. Strathpeys and Reel. First, 40s; second, 20s; third, 10s Entry, 2s. 4. Marches, 90 miles radius. First, 20s; second, 10s ; third, 5s. Entry, Is. 5, Jrish Airs, two tunes. First, 20s; second, 15s ; third, 10s. Entry, ls. 6d 6. Best Piper-on Irish Pipes. First, 20s ; second 10s. Entry, Is. HIGHLAND .OSTUME. 7. Best Dressed Highlander, 90 miles radius. First 10s ; second 5s. Entry is. 8. Best Dressed Lassie, under 16 years. First, 1Os ; second, 5s Entry, 6d. 9. Best Dressed Laddie, under 16 years. First, 10s; second, 5s. Entry, 6d. DANCING, 10. Strarhpey and Reel. First, 20s ; second, los; third, 5s. Entry. is. 11, Highland Fling. First, 85s; second, 20s; third, 5s. Entry, I...

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MINISTERIAL VISIT. TWO DAYS TOUR THROUGH THE DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 27 March 1914

gV ISTERIAL VISIT. SDAyS TOUR THROUGH TIIE DIS O DAYS1 -TRICT. i Mr Watt, and his col The Premir Hutchinson Minister ieaues, ? r and ater Supply, and for jAg1Ycl ,1iste for Lands, ful . Lawson mised visit to the district lIsedibed i- ter-ang by tho ordinary and Tlr, hi*h tihe inisterial car was en t o n afoda dy niEgt.Tho MCini alcreaceOR anialed by Mr Caltt ,,.ee accoupa? ion)? ,er, r W ater SuppIv Coninissioner, Mr acb, Ca c onsulting engineer,, Mr eutzer, .o secretary to the Iremief, i'3, p'r. ' rivate secretary to the .r, orft ic ter Supply and reporters -h l etro polilan and Bendigo papers. or mep .'1.L.A., met the party at i.,'ll., and accompanied them for rmt eo tilhe journey. Kte ? er tg statiou the party was e the prsidlent of the Shire, Cr. e and several of the other coun dclie the Shire secretary, Mr Rattray, d eralof the townsmen and escorted the SCmmercita Hotel, where refresh tee provided and a welcome aed by the Shire president. 31EAD VISITED. iht o'clock next mottlin...

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DECE[?]TRALILATION. [C[?] [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 27 March 1914

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 27 March 1914

$AMiU HJST and Ncmerthr Uitrict OOMPAY, um hxecutor, Admninistrator, d.-. or Trustee. Autumn SAND S--ln er IS NOW IalXG SKOW?. j:? eoronation Store We Invite Inspection. JAMES MUNRO, : Coronation Store1 Kez.g, 1* :b WE CAN SUPPLY n -I Goods, Stationery, Books, Toys, S chool Requisites, ehina & Glassware :Ornaments, Silver & Eleco Plate ware and Leather Goods, LA th Lae M-. z a?s--.n Lit-- --e in Stock. Oirculating Library 4 . s . DEPOT. The Misses Kerr, Victoria Street, KERANG. A a eliable I; · '. HELLER'S IjI am ELSHUU H.ALYON .Pa?rL Z STret-. .- a .. 3L C. C. D ? . ?L?- - .- e -o ,? - - i _- _"__ __H. LYONS GUBMOW AND TH1MA. Scoresby St., Kerang, 3endigo Aucion Rooms Jool, °e A?.M A . Pooli BE-DIG0. Gentlemen's Tailor, __z Ie fiMitchell S.Bendigo *c Cooto ES-3..e et. ~g ":-=- WILL VISIT KERANC --?--?- - PERIODIOALLY T NEW??. 8N'S SUTINGS, -1 S ----.-.:a __-?.?? i? ? I,1.£ 1 X - ~ -h? - - i , "DIGGER BRAND" JAMS. TOMATO SAUCE, CANNED FRUITS. TH? FINEST PRODUCTS OF N...

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Kerang Co-Operative Butter Factory HALF-YEARLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 27 March 1914

Kerag Co.Operative Butter Factory HALF-YEARLY MEETING. The 17th half-yearly meeting of share holders in the above company was held in the Mechanics' Hall on Tuesday. There were about 30 shareholders present The chairman of directors Mr J. J. O'Coo nor presiding. The directors report and balance sheet a were read as follows- t4 Directors' Report. t Yeur directors have pleasure in pre- B senting to you the half-yearly balance F sheet and statement of accounts duly fi audited for the six months ending Janu- d ary 31st, 1914. The quantity of cream receired was 779,433ibs, maising 379,763 lbs butter, equal to 169i tons. The quan tity of ice manufactured was 424 ton-, and the net turaorer for the haif year amounted to £18,356 17s 23. The net profit is £94 7s lld, this added to the balance carried forward in July Iae- in creases the net profit for the year, safte providing for depreciation of plnt asd buildings to £1022 5s 5d, which the direc to-s recommend to distribute as folowr - 7 c pe...

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[?] [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 27 March 1914

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THE ART OF CARVING. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 27 March 1914

STHE ART OF CARVING. Carving is an :art, as every house wife k'nows, and especially those who, now and again, have experienced the vexation of seeing the joint so much "hacked about" by the unskilful car ver that the only resource left was to mince the, meat. The good carver aims at two things-to serve all as nearly equally as possible, with due attention, of course, to personal pre ferences for "under-done," ",well done," not fat, and the rest, and-to leave the joint in a neat condition, fit to return to the table, if needed. An expert on carving gives the fol lowing very useful detailed instruc tions: A loin of veal should be started at the small end and the ribs cut apart and served 'with a piece of the kid ney and .fat on each plate. A breast of veal should be separat ed from brisket, and both -cut in pieces, If loins of veal and miutton are. jointed by the butcher they will be more easily carved. - A leg of mutton should be carved across the middle of the bone first, and then f...

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CRICKET. SECONDRATE ASSOCIA[?] McCARTHY—HELLER T[?] Rechabites v Wande[?] [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 27 March 1914

CRICKgE SECONDR]JA McCzat_ Rcha a' The aboye tearae me :ound on Wedn-es met mt game ict?ory r am* Wandwlls ii bethr 87, P MfaP Adcllfe 10 babg g or the PRehcite wh eld 14, lnd Gi' : 0 :12 : onble fl-gure esco P hnm l, c SRace, o G , a av , bnD a - rAi ij. o : G 2 3 h5r, bisc, "?' 0- • --; . To. SL . -?r "' Lw ?if 3~ fw -._ ?- - - . ; - -L - -L- ?.-.? . -. - - y-r. ... . ;-,; -~~. o ; -.aa~~u -... S ....1 - ---'? ? "r- V"'.? ? -?._ _.-- --?-- -? ? -,-- e I - ?. "'.- - - . -__.? ? _-- __.??.-?? - W. .?,,. :?2?? C 2--. ~ Bo- I Illik

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What the Squatter Did. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 27 March 1914

What the Squatter Did. "Persons putting their cows in amongst my millkers 'wvill be prosecut ed," was once put up on a tree near a gate df the inimitable Squatter Don nor, of Wanneroo. "The joke was," said Squatter, "that I didn't have any milkers in the paddock nor anywhere near it. "What was the use of the sign?" asked Jimmy Spiers. "It made them think there was good feed around there," explained Squat ter, '"'and they immediately put .their COWS in~. . "With what immediate result?" de manded Jimmy. "I immediately milked them," said Squatter.'

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