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FLASHES BY WIRE. "NEW TIMES" SPECIAL SERVICE. PER REUTERS AGENCY OVERSEAS & AT HOME. CABLES. THE ULSTER TROUBLE. GENERAL GOUGH'S GUARANTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 31 March 1914

FLASHES BY WIRE. "NEW TIMES" SPECIAL SERVICE. PER REUTERS AGENCY OVERSEAS & AT HOME. CABLES. THE ULSTER TROUBLE. GENERAL GOUGH'S , GUARANTEE. General Gough, lodged the Mini sterial guarantee given to him by Golonel Seeley, in the bank. It is rumored that Mr McKenna the Home Secretary, and Colonel Seeley the Secretary of Strte for War, will exchange portfolios. Field Marshall Sir John French and Lieutenant General Sir John Ewart, the senior military mem bers of the Army Council refuse to withdraw their resignations. The "Times" accuses the Go vernment of trying to drive Ulster into civil wrr. The " Sunday Times" says the King whilst maintaining a strong ly constitutional position counsel led moderation. GENERAL. - -Russia is building 326 aero planes and 10 airships- for the army. Singing at Brussels has been heard by wireless at Paris. William Gibson, chairman of Goldsmith's company in his will left a quarter of a million pounds for the education of his sons whe are farmers i...

Publication Title: Kerang New Times
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 31 March 1914

A number of matters of interest 1 to those engaged in the dairying I industry were discussed at the j meeting of suppliers in connec tion with the Kerang Co-opera tive Butter Factory on Tuesday last. By far the most important was that in connection with the quality of the cream supplied. At the meeting, the manager, Mr Gray, said that during the bad weather of the last seven or eight weeks, the percentage of second quality cream delivered to the factory had increased to an alarming extent, and the supply of first grade butter was not sufficient to cope with the de mand. The result was that the company had to turn down orders from all parts of the state. This can only be regarded as a serious condition of "affairs as the com- pany has built up a reputation for producing a first -class butter of uniform cuality, with the result that it has had repeat orders from -all parts of the world, and had thereby been in a position to command a better price .than companies that were not pre pare...

Publication Title: Kerang New Times
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KERANG POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 31 March 1914

KERANG POST OFFICE. The following are the times of clos ing and arrival of mails for the under mentiored places : MAIN LINE. MAILs CLOSE DAJLY" For p.m. pm Mclbourne ... 1 30 - Arraveling P O. 1 30 10 30 B.:odigo ... 1 30 10.30 Mitiamo ... -1 30 - Mologa ... 1 30 Pyramid Hill- 1.30 10 3'0 Mincha ... - 10.30 Macorna ... 1 30 10 30 Traguwel ... 1 30 10.30 M'Pha?i's ... 1 30 MAILS ARRIVE AT POST OrFICE, rom . a.m p.m. Me!bnurne . 6 3.20 Traveling P 0. 6 3.20 Bendigo ... 6 . 3 20 JMitiamo - 3 30 M.logs - ' 20 Pyramid Hill...' 6 .:: 3.20 Mincha - :3.20 Macorna ... 6 3.20 Tragowel ... " 6 .3.20 M'Phail's. - 3.20 SWAN HILL LINE. Mails Arrive Close daily Spm.. p.m.m. SwanHill '.. :3 1.50 .:Lake Boga .. - 3.... 1.50: Mystic Park ... 3 1.50 Lake Charm ... 3 1.50 Fairloy ... ... . 3 1:50 KOONDROOK LINE. Mails Close Daily, for a m. p:m. Koondrook ... 8 15 3.45a Barham ... 8 15 3.45a : Gannawarra - 3.45a Teal Point - 3.45a Rinkson's . - 3.45a a Fridays 4.45 p m. Mails Arrive from Koondrook ... '...

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FLAW IN RULES CONTESTS WHICH NEED TIGHTER HAND [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 31 March 1914

FLAW IN RULES CONTESTS WHICH NEED TIGHTEI HAND -.-'Ond seteral occasions "The Daily Ex ,t press" has called attention to the in i congruities connected with the chamin pionship titles that go with the Lons 11 dale boxing belts. There is nothini wrong with the belts themselves, ii says, nor with -the methods imposed foi acquiring them. Although belts do nol Smake champions, the introduction o0 these trophies into boxing has brought about a most desirable improvement ir the sport. To eliminate the belt interest froi boxing now would be wiping out one ol n the gre-atest inducements for aspirants to fame and fortune to keep on the path to success. To drop belt interest would be to curtail, if not almost entirely era II dicate, public interest in the more im portant boxing matches. t Conditions have arisen, however, foi which the framers of belt rules made no allowance.- The rules, excellent ir r their way, fail to provide for one con tingency, and the fact has lately beer Sbrought home ...

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"OLD MAIDS" AND "WIDOWS." [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 31 March 1914

"OLD MAIDS" AND "WIDOWS." As the book says, "Some folks is born old maids, some is born widows, an' some few," mighty few, I tell you, "is born men an' women." I don't un dertake to explain that about the "widows," Jut I guess it means that just as some folks is born so awful finicky (them's the "old mafds"), so others is born kind o' palavery an' soft-sawdery an' always shinin' up t' people. Them's the "widows." Not that I'd say anything against real widows. There's some that's all right, but when you stop to think about it, them few is the kind that's born "men an' women." I don't s'pose you ever thought about it, but do you know the reason why there's so many unhappy mar riages? It's all because the folks don't think beforehand, an' one of the "old maid" kind marries another of the same kind, an', of course, they can't get along together. Or two "widows' marry, and they mighty soon get tired of each other's palavery ways.. But you woi't never find an unhappy mar riage when two of...

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CHARMS OF THE CAT POPULAR PETS. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 31 March 1914

CilAaMS -OF THE CAT. POPULAR PETS. -.:;. _ (!ra Cat Lover). . he net wato IceP a cat is to l it Ieep ite~i cems to be the genera rule keeP ost owners of that popu lar otet Tis. no doubt. may be a rr "et. for" the nondescript "tabbies Yd 'blacl. which inhabit the majo n. bl hoines, but it is a most disas S treatmeilt for all the beautifu hirhl tred creatures who are gradu hihly ?in the common cat from aris lily ostingt ?e Once one has felt th , oidelightot of owning a lovely blue rti?c" dtie o r other Persian, it c e. !nsible to be satisfied agait lh .lothe ordinary short-haired mon pre. ?neral implression that al aThe-re cas are extremely delicate reThis ?ng idea is due to the fact tha o an people are entirely ignoran so the proper ne.thods of feeding ane keepir? eats generally. They eithe et theta run wild and feed them irregu lrl't (if at all). or go to the other ex arlme and coddle them as if they wer l' tndmer as hot-house plants. Of all aristocratic cats the moso asldon'tble is...

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ORANGE BLOSSOMS. MR W. R. M'ALISTER TO MISS J. M. BRUTON. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 31 March 1914

ORANGE BLOSSOMS. MR W. R. M'ALISTER TO MISS J. M. BRUTON. On Wednesday last at the resi dench of the bride's parents, William Raymond Mi'Alister, of Benjeroop, was joined in holy matrimony to Jen nie Maria Bruton, dsughter of Mr Jonn Bruton, of Murrabit. The bride looked charming in cream silk voile, and was atteaded by her niece as bridesmaid. The bridegroom was supported by his brother, Mr Dan M'Alister. There was a large attend ance of guests at the ceremony and the breakfast. The toast of the bride and bridegroom was proposed by the Rev. R. !towards (the officiating clergyman) and was enthusiastically honored. Pastor Jessop proposed the bridesmaid, in a neat lttle speech, while that of the parents was en trusted to Mr Routley. The happy couple, who were the recipients of a large number of presents, motored to Kerang after the ceremony, en route to Melbourne, where the honeymoon will be spent, after which.they will reside at Benjeroop. Botches ~On Face CAUSED BY BILIOUS CONDITION...

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HOSPITAL SUNDAY AT GUNBOWER. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 31 March 1914

HOSPITAL SUNDAY AT GUNBOWER; Gunbower Hospital Sunday, which is now one of the most. popular chari table events of the Northern district, took place on Sunday last. and fully maintained its prestige. There was a large gathering in the picturesque woodland dell, among the tall gum trees, at the Gunbower end of the '" island;" and the spectators spent a very pleasant afternoon listening to the speeches and music which had been provided for their entertainment. Mr A. D. Randall, J P., presided, and extended a welcome to all who had come to help the Echuca Hospital and the Gunbower Nursing Association, in whose aid the meeting was being held. He read an apology from the Premier (Mr Watt), who had written to say that he had made it a rule not to speak at public gatherings on Sun " days, as after his arduous duties during the week he claimed that day as a day of rest Otherwise he would have been glad to be present In soliciting the support of the public, the chairman said the Nursinig Ass...

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BURDENS ARE MANY. SOME PEOPLE HAVE MORE THAN THEIR SHARE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 31 March 1914

BURDENS ARE MANY. SOME PEOPLE HAVE MORIE TH:AN THEIR SHARIE. Bur!dens 'of life are many. Somne people- have inore than their share. Preltty hard to bear the burden of a bad back. Its aches and parns make you miseerr able. Learn the cause and remove the burden. Most backache pains come 'from sick kidneys. iilust cure the kidneys to cure the back. Doan's Backache Kiduey Pills will do It. Lqts of proof that this is so. liea i what this woman says: Mils Jas. booth, Kerang, says:-'--"About tln're years ago my husuand wits suller 4ig Ieoribly with his kidneys, .and on (the advice of a friend he took Doan's Backache Kidney Pills, and live bottles completely cur:d himn; efore he used these Puts the painis in his nacax ,ere very severe, and interferred a lot with his weofk? as he could not stoop or move quickly without sufteriug torture. dackackne was not all, he had troutle with the secretions, raud always felt tired and languid. Moan's Backache Kidney Plills however drove the pains out ut ...

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WHAT ABOUT YOUR DISTRICT? INFORMATION WANTED. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 31 March 1914

WHAT ABOUT YOUR DISTRICT? IN FORMATION WANTED. The following which appeared in one of our exchanges has our hearty endorsement. A cordial invitation is extended to any reputable person who will act on the lines indicated- " Concerning some parts of the dis trict, news comes but seldom. This is not entirely our fault; we have no miraculous power of knowing what is happening at all the places within our area of circulation. It is the fault of residents in silent places. Will some man or woman take the matter in hand and cause the silence to cease 4. If no one is doing it for your dis trict, will you try on these lines. Send accounts of. public and social events in your township and neigh bourhood,ssuch as weddings, deaths, accidents, concerts, matters touching district industries etc. Write the names of persons very distinctly. Don't bother about grammar or spelling; it's the editor's work to look after these trifles. The barest skeleton is enough. Write only on one side of the paper:...

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Lake Charm School Site. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 31 March 1914

Lake Charm School Site. A meeting of parents of children at tending the Lake Charm school was held on 23rd inst, for the purpose of selecting a more suitable site than the present one for a new school. Mr Simms, chairman of the school com mittee, occupied the chair. A letter from the Director of Education. inti mating that the voting was to be re stricted to parents, was read by the correspondent, Mr Stewart. Three or four bachelors who, as one of them-a leading citizen-stated, had attended out of idle curiosity, evinced such a keen interest in the choosing of the new site that they at tempted to duminate the meeting, until they were finally told by the chairman that they were not asked for their opinion. STwo sites were proposed-one on the banks of Lake Charm, and the other at Racecourse Lake, on the Ker ang to Swan Hill ruad. Several ad vocates for each site showed a deal of warmth in setting out their special claims, and when it came to a ballot -as the Lake Charm supporters were...

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Paraffin Oil and Long Life WHAT SOME MEDICAL MEN THINK [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 31 March 1914

Paraffin Oil and Lon g Life ---«*---- . WHAT SOME MEDICAL MEN, - THINK Based on the discovery of Dr Sir W" Arbuthnot Lane, the eminent sur geon of Guy's hospital, London, an ar ticle appeared in the March issue of " Life" setting out how purified para fin oil might be used as an aid to long life. * Life" repeats, in its April issue, that inquiries made in scientific, medical and other quarters, in Aus tralia, go to show that the claims as to what paraffin oil can do for the human race are not based upon a fad, nor upon an obsession, but that Dr Lane's theories have been put to prac tical test, and have not been found wanting in results. The following ex tract from April ' Life' is worth quot ing. Briefly re-stated, this so-styled re cipe for long life, and the theory upon which it is based, is that the majority of the members of the human race suf fer from a defect of the lower intes tine, which prevents what is practic ally the drainage system of the body from working properly. To ...

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"MADE LIFE A MISERY" [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 31 March 1914

"MADE LIFE A MISERY" The story of a man and woman's struggle in a Kensington flat in the darkness of the early morning in which the man was shot, and his throat was cut, was told at West London yester day (says "The Daily News" -df Janu ary 23), when the woman, Julia Decies, was charged with attempting to mur der Basil Piffard. The couple went out on the evening of January 14, and early next morning the servant girl was awakened by the noise of smashing glass and a banging on her door. The passage and kitchen were in darkness. In the latter when she switched on the light she saw Piffard holding down the woman with one hand, and holding out a revolver with the other. When she went to calf a doctor and the police she noticed that the woman held a knife. Decies had told her, she said, that Piffard had taunted her about another girl. Dr Armstrong said Piffard told hin. "This woman has shot me." He had a wound over the eye, and his throat was cut. The woman said she had done it because P...

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CRICKET. SECONDRATE ASSOCIATION. McCARTHY—HELLER TROPHY. Kerang v Kerang East. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 31 March 1914

CRICKET. SECONDRATE ASSOCIATION. MCCARTHY-HELLER TROPHY. Kerang v Kerang East. -The locals were at home to Kerang East on Wednesday. The Kerang team won by 42 runs..' The scores were SKERANG. Dean, c Thorne, b Farrant ... 22 Lahn, b Farrant .... ... 1 O'Dea, not out ... ... 18 Slatter, c Pym, b'Thorne ... 15 Stewart, b Farrant ... ... 1 Jones, c Mundy, b Thorne ... 1 Bannon, b Farrant ... 1 Shepherd, b Thorne ... . 1 Turner, b Thorne ... ... 0 Donuelly, run out ... ... Edwards, b Farrant ... - ... 0 Sundries ... . 2 Total ... ... 62 KiRANG EAST.' Phillips, b Shepherd ... ... 1 Mundy, b Slatter ... ... Mitchell, b Shepherd ... .. 0 Smith, lbw, b Slatter .. i Guy, b Slatter ... ... 4 Pym, b Slatter ... ... 0 Thorne, b Shepherd .. ... 2 Farrant, b Shepherd.. ... 2 Holman, b Slatter ... d ... 5 Boyd, o Edwards, b Shepher ... 4 Sundries . ... Total ... ... 22

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STATE GOVERNORS FUTURE APPOINTMENTS [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 31 March 1914

STATE GOVERNORS FUTURE APPOINTMENTS (By H. K. Ellison, in "Westminster Gazette.") The question as to whether local men should be appointed as State Go vernors in Australia is one which crops up periodically, and in view of the cable which appeared in the Lon don Press on December 19, it is per haps of more than passing interest to give some information which has no little bearing upon the cable in ques tion. The cable states that the West Australia- Legislative Assembly peti tioned the Home Government, asking that the office of Governor of that State might be filled by a citizen of the Commonwealth. The Colonial Secretary replied that a change in the system of appointing State Governors could not be entertained unless it ap plied to all Australian States, and until public opinion in Australia was over whelmingly favorable to the proposal. It is not realised in England how strongly a section of the Australian .public feels on the subject of locally appointed Governors, and this opini...

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Sheep Dipping Act. PROSECUTIONS IN BENDIGO. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 31 March 1914

Sheep Dipping Act. PROSECUTIONS IN BEN DIGO. The first prosecutions in Ben ligo under section 10 of the Sheep Dipping Act took place on .Tues day last, when William B. Git tins was fined 10s with £1 Is costs or having sent certain tiok affected sheep to market on 15th December. Mr J. W. K. Freeman, of the Crown Solicitor's Office, prose cuted, and said that under the Act the defendant was liable to a fne not exceeding £5. George Henderson, Government nspector, deposed'to visiting the Bendigo stock market on 15th December, and finding several sheep there belonging to defend ant, which were infested with tick. When the defendant was asked by the department for an explanation he replied that he was unaware that the sheep were affected. He thought they were sleafi when they left his farm; they must have got the tick at the sale yards, Mr Rymer, who appeared for defendant, asked the bench to impose the minimum penalty, as 'this was the first prosecution in the city. Jeremiah Kelly was fi...

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REAL PROGRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 31 March 1914

fRSAL PROGRESb.. Fluctuating progress is never sc ,uod as steady progress. A man may ritter away half an hour, and then irive himself to do ninety minutes' A'ork in the next hour. But he has not ,ven held his own when he does this. rhere has been waste-waste of time ind of tissue; and waste is never real iy made up. The tortoise's steady progress beat the hare's frantic _efforts to recover the lost race., t will al ways be so. Better to hold to steady work, starting it crisply in the early morning, and letting go sharply at th< time to stop, than to count upon re covering what few minutes are lost, and deceive ourselves into thinking that it has ended well. All is well that ends well, but it has not ended well unless it was well at every step of the way.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 31 March 1914

Dressed Fashionably In Twenty .4?..Minutes. And in the very Height of Fashion too, No doubt of it Scientific Dressmaking and Costume making has de 0 veloped wonderfully Some of the very best Costumes and Dresses are now turned out ready-made New Rutumn Costumes. eoats and Frocks A great variety now showing at Hawthorne Bros. Ah but you should see them, Such beautiful materials and designs. ail In the.very latest Styles ready for you 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 Brps all ready made up, and can try.the Cos-. tutde on before you buy Isn't that a great recommendation for Ready-to-Wear I Come and try one on HAWTHORNE BROS., The Store that serves you best, IS: 3- . | 7- - WILL F. RYAN, Hairdresser, Tobacconist, Fancy Goods, Commission a&,d News Agent. Main Street, ohuna. Agent for the following :-" Kerang New Times !;" Age"; " Bulletin"; "P...

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CALENDAR CURIOSITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 31 March 1914

CALENDAR CURIOSITIE,). Here are a few facts concerr.ing the an!endar which, although matters of omunon experience, are not generally ecognised: In ordinary years-that is to say, .(t in leap years-the nionths of Jan .ary and October, the beginning of the :'st and last quarters, CClumenIICC on he same day of the week. February, darch and November begin on the ;tnme day; and the remark holds good i' September and De:cember. Take ip a calendar for 1I16i and you will he :iarprised t.o see all this. Most of us ;ememnber that 1 obruary and March :nt.olnnce on the same day. because .•e know that the former has exactly four weeks, but that November comes in to make a "run" of three, is not so well known. Leap year upsets this arrangement, but it has its compensations. As Feb ruary receives an extra day, it has to part company with March and No vember, but it takes August as a com panion, both of these months begin ning on the same, day of the week in leap years. March and November are, both ...

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AN ENORMOUS INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 31 March 1914

AN ENORMOUS INDUSTRY. - Unknown, except to the scientific world, there lives to-day in a little village in Middlesex a veteran savant, whose discoveries have represented to commerce more wealth than the fortunes of all the Rothschilds, Rocke fellers, and Vanderbilts. He is Dr. W. H. Perkin, the discoverer of ana* line dyes. He was a mere boy when suddenly coal tar, a waste product, became be neath his magic wand a source of In exhaustible wealth. The. Germans Lsapped up the discovery. They, not we, profited. To-day all our most beau. tifuI dyes, our most exquisite scent. uearly all our best disinfectants, sat charln, essences, oils, and a thousan,: other products. are derived from tl.e rich mine which Dr. Perkin disco vered.

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