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LEILA AND HER LOVER Published by Arrangement with Ward, Lock and Co. Ltd., Lond. and Melb. (All Rights Reserved.) CHAPTER V. The Voyage. I. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 3 April 1914
LEILA AND hER LOVER -.--- By MAX PEMBERTON. published bY Arrangement with Ward, Lock and Co. Ltd., Lond. and Melb. (All Rights Reserved.) CHAPTER V. The Voyage. I. The friends heard of the adventure shortly after midnight, and discussed ii in awesome tones above the very cabin where Leila watched Desdy in his heavy sleep. This was a rare blow to them, for theY perceived immediately that it meant the end of their holiday. Far from ieisng misogynists, in spite of the philosopher. they had throughout tie whole of the cruise ig nored woman as an issue, and rarely mentioned her name when it was not prominently in the newspapers. They had believed Htg.h Donald himself to be a man who would never marry. His aversion to the sex had become a by-word among them, and yet here was the very truth. "A girl aboard the Christabel!" But for the light in the cabin, which was unoccupied yes terday, they never would have be lieved it. Herr Joseph, the steward, broke the news to them, and his tones were...
SWAN HILL HOSPITAL FETE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 3 April 1914
SWAN HiLL HOSPITAL FETE. A meeting of the hospital fete com mittee was held at Swan Hill on Friday "last, and was presided over by Cr R. Chisholm, president. Mr Philipson waited on the meeting on behalf of the procession committee, and asktd the committoe to arrange a pro gramme for the procession, as it had been found rather d flicult to get the procession committee together, On the motion of Messrs FaulkLer and Dwyer, i5 was dtcided to adopt last year's pro cession programme. A letter was read from Mr J. P. M 'Donough stating that he would be pleased to act as marshall on fete day. The secretary reported that he had proc eded to Kerang, and, interviewed Messrs Manning and Coleman, who had i lingly.promiaed to- undertake the whole. of. the management of the Kilties concert at Keraiig on the Saturday night prior .to the fete. These two gentlemen were very enthu~iastic in the matter. Mr Wright reported on behalf of the sub-committee to wait on Mr Connell in relation to getting the us...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 3 April 1914
Dressed Fashionably in Twenty .4k?... _-Minutes. And in the very Height of Fashion too, No doubt of it S Scientific Dressmaking and Costume making has de o veloped wonderfully S Some of the very best Costumes and Dresses are now turned out ready-made New -utumn costumes, eoats and Frocks A great variety now showing at SHawthorne Bros. Ah but you should see them, Such beautiful materials and designs. SAll in the very latest Styles ready lor you G * 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 Cos tume on before you buy Isn't that a great recommend ation for Ready-to-Wear I Come and try one on HAWTHORNE BROS.. The Store that serves you best, ICME.MA. 3T 0- . WILL F. RYAN, Hairdresser, Tobacconist, Fancy .Goods, Commission and News Agent. Main Street, eohuna. Agent for the following :-" Kerang New Times ";" Age"; "Bullet...
CARELESSNESS THAT COSTS MILLIONS. Expensive Thoughtlessness. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 3 April 1914
CARELESSNESS THAT COSTS MILLIONS. Expensive Thoughtlessness, There are few people responsible for more harm in the world than the thoughtless person; and his plea, when the damage is done, "I didn't mean to," or "I didn't think," is poor consolation to those who have suffered from his thoughtless act. When, forty years and more ago, an old Jwoman of Chicago left a lighted lamp in dangerous proximity to the heels of a cow, she little dreamt, we may 'be sure, what appalling results would come from such a simple act of thoughtlessness. The fire which was started ,by that over-turned lamp in the Chicago cow-shed swept in tor rents of devastating flame over the city, and .before the last, ember was quenched it had reduced to charred ruins three and a-half square miles of streets. More than 17,000 build ings were destroyed, two hundred lives were sacrificed in the inferno of fire, 98,500 persons were rendered homeless, and damage was done to the extent of £38,000,000. In Kansas there are ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 3 April 1914
8ANDHURST and Northern. District TfUSTEE$, Executors, and Agency OMPAM Y, Limited. (ESTABLISHED 1888.) When making your Will appoint this Company Executor, it being empowered by Special Act of Parliament No 979 to act as Er:xecutor, Administrator, or Trustee. MONEY TO LEND. JAMES P. B. McQUIE, Manager. Local Agent-DoNALD MCDoNALD. View Street, Bendigo. Autumn AND Winter i 0 0 D 8. IS NOW BEING SHOWN. - AT THE - e oronation Store SWe Invite Inspection. JAMES MUNRO, Coronation Store, Kerang. WE CAN SUPPLY :ALL YOU REQUIRE IN THE WAY OF Fancy Goods, Stationery, Books, ToYs, School Requisites, China & Glasswar e Ornaments, Silver & Electro Plate ware and Leather Goods, IN WHICH WE SPECIALISE. All the Latest Magazines and Literature in Stock. OUR Circulating Library replete with the Best Books of the day, which we are continually adding. SATISFACTION IS FOUND AT OUR DEPOT. iThe Misses Kerr, Victoria Street, KERANG. i . . Always Reliable S--s--' ·,1 'DIGGER BRAND" JAMS. S ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 3 April 1914
Notices. PERSONS found trespassing in any of the Reedy Lake paddocks will be prosecuted and stock will be impounded withcut further notice. C. B. Walsh, manager. P ATA ONIAN FRENCH PROVENCE and Hunter River Lu'erne for SALE G. HALL, Massey-Ha-ris Depot, Kerang. T RAGOWEL and Maoorna Presbyterian Church. Annual Tea end Concert, 8th inst. H. Angus Esq., M.L.A, topre. s:de at concert. - Kerang and local talent. Tea on tables- 6.30. Tickets 2s; chi!dren half .irfce. Moonlight. W ATNTED to Sell, 4-roomed Cottage .fV for removal. For price and par-. ioulars apply this office. TANTED, to sell Motor Bike, Apply Goo, Hill, Me1eey H 4rie Kerang. Notices. ANCE in Me,+ai sa Hall Monday Evening. W. Barrett. ITOR SAL., a new Champion 13 hoe Sseed drill, £22 caFh or on easy terms with interest added. Apply William Wal. lace and Co., Kerang. FOR Private Sale, 2 knife chaffeutter ' Munro ; and horseworks, No 1 Buncle r -in good order. Audiew S. Muir and Co. Kerang ]GO. SALE, Secondhand Gig.. Apply I...
COMMERCIAL. KERANG PIG MARKET. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 3 April 1914
COMMERCIAL. KERX IG PI?3 MARKET. Friday. Messrs Gee A. B mce and Co ro c port having held their usual fortnisht- t ly pig sale at their yaris, when a fair t yarding of pigs came forward. The atteondan e was good, buyers coming from all parts, and the prices obtained I were a shade easier on the rates of the late markets. We sold-- Prime bacon ers, £3 9s to £3 16 ; lightweight ba- I coners, to £3 8s; prime porkers, to £3 4s, lightweight porkers, to B0s ; good feeders to £2; smaller do to 16s 6d, Fat lambs to 20s; pair ponies to £20 5s; wagganette to £12 17s 6d; ducks to 7s pair. Andrew S. Muir and Co report hav ing held their usual fortnightly bale of pigs and poultry at their bazaar on the above date for which a good supply-of both fat and store pigs came to hand. Prime bacoaers were in strong demand and sold at prices equal to best late rates, but light weight pigs were a, shade easier. Store pigs were in fair demand, but in consequence of the fall in bacon pigs prices realised wer...
Labor's Fighting Policy. MR FISHER'S TOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 3 April 1914
Labor's Figbttng Policy. MR FISHER'S TOUR. Libetalism should score off the speeches which Mr Fisher, as Leader of the Opposition, is delivering in the course of his 4000 mile tour. These speeches show that, in spite of certain bellicose harrangues of the rank and file, official labor has no stomach for early battle. There must be no double dissolution, exclaims Mr Fisher, an-l he denounces the proposed appeal to the Governor-General as a ridiculous impertinence. Mr Fisher gives his reasons for as. semining that, when approached by Mr Cook, the Governor will decline to send Senators to the country. The two test bills which the Senate do clined to pass last session, and which will be resubmitted to it at a com paratively early date are, Mr Fisher contends, too trivial to justify a double disso'nution. With Mr Hughes he tosses them contemptuously aside as having no practi al bearing on any live issue, and as being mere test measures introduced for party purposes in, what Mr Cook has ca...
KERANG COURT HOUSE OFFICIAL OPENING. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 3 April 1914
S KERANG COURT 1pd OFFICIAL OPE I A large muster ofr aai sembled at the newicostr on Wednesday, the cour; ing the first meeti occan building of the erg n Petty Sessions. erang There were on the bench Bartold P.M., McDonal Morton, Kerr, Argyle Moore, Taverner, Davie, blades, and Radcliffe honro Mr Myles O'Brien, of the bar, took the oa of congratulating the o the bench on the openina new court house. It wasa did building. Two years; old court house was . order that it mightbepull to make room for the 't ture, The opening of I building had been defe various reasons, but now' lie were to be congra its opening for use at last, Mr W. J. Davey for t0 reminiscently referredtot work done in the old SMany distinguished me r taken part in the legal ings there. He remenab ing Sir John Madden, the Chief Justice, pleading i. g court. He congratulate I bench on opening for po such a fine building. s Mr Bartold P.M. cong the public, the bar and his gues on the bench on the 7 of the new building. 7...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 3 April 1914
IT is a new thing for Kerangi. have a strong Ministerial part travelling all over the district, personally investigating subjects of complaint and familiarising themselves -with the merits and needs of the place. Mr Angus is entitled to the greatest credit for having organised this tour. He has been fighting hard battles in and out of Parliament for his con stituents and found it difficult to overcome the inertia of the Go vernment, but by a visit like that which has just ended, he has been able to get the Premier and his fellow visiting Ministers to realise that whathe has been contending for is right and fair. Mr Watt has in effect admitted as much since he has seen the district him self. A district like this, which offers such splendid openings for developmental ent6rprise cannot be too well known by those who have to legislate for the country. To travel through it is sufficient to impress any observant .man with its magnificent possibilities. Of the numerous Parliamentary visits...
COMMERCIAL. HIDE & SKIN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 7 April 1914
COMMERCIAL. - HIDE & SKIN MARKET. The Australian, Mercantile, Land and Finance Co Ltd repore:-Sheep skins-Small supplies were offered at auction this week. Competition throughout the sales was keen for all descriptions, the market being firm and unchanged. Rides-Good catalogues were sub mitted at this week's auction sales. Competition was keen for all weights and prices were fully maintained. Tallow-Large supplies of tallow were again offered at Wednesday's auction sales. Good competition ruled and no alteration was shown in the market. Owing to the Eater holidays, the next public auction sales of sheep skins, hides and tallow will be held-on Wednesday, the 8th instant. The opening sales after the vacation will be held on Thursday, April 23rd.
LADIES PLEASE NOTE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 7 April 1914
LADIES PLEASE NOTE. Ladies are reqluested to note that the offices of the Ladies College of health have been removed from 46 Elizabeth Street, to Phair's Buildings, 327-329 Collins street, Melbourne. The Col lege has the sole agency in Victorta for Dr D. M. Coonley,s famous Orange Lily Treatmnent, which for the past 25 years has been effecting such wonderful cures among women i"m all parts of Autralia. For the benefit of sufferers, and for thowl into whose homies King Baby has fail ed to appear, a free valuable medical book will be sent to anyone writinmg to Dept. 51, The Ladies College of Health Phair's Buildings, 327 Collins street, Melbourne.
CLOSER SETTLEMENT. ROYAL COMMISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 7 April 1914
CLOSER SETTLEMENT. ROYAL COMMISSION. The State Executive has approved of the personnel and the scope of the royal commission on closer settlement The members will be :-Messrs J G Johnstone; M.L.A. (chairman), F. W. Brawn, F. G. Clarke, R. B Ree-, Mi's.L.C, II. Angus, J. Ohathan, J. Gordon, D. S. Oman, and W. Plain, MI L A. Mr A. A. Peverill, of tLe Lands department will act as secre tary. The commission has been ap pointed.to inquire into and report on the working of the Closer Settlement. Acts inirrigible and non irrigable dis tricts, and more particularly on 1. The constitution, powers and duties of the Closer Settlement Board. 2. The system of administration which is and has been prescribed for or adopted by the board. 3. The power and mode of acquir ing e tates, and the methods of valua. tion for purchasing and subdivisional purpcoses. 4. The selection of settlers, the con dition of settlement, including the limitation in area and'value of land; the terms, the payment and restri...
CAPITAL AND LABOR. REMARKS BY MR HAGELTHORN. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 7 April 1914
CAPITAL AND LABOR. REMARKS BY MR HAGEL THORN. Mr Hagelthorn, Minister for Public Works, referring to a recent disc us sion of the question of the industrial efficiency of workers-and the relations of capital and labor, said he was pro foundly dispatisfied- with the attitude taken up by the majority of those who represented the workers in the discussion. The attitude appear d to him to be one of unfounded sus :picion -and utter unreason. This was characteristically -set out in the re marks of Mr Hampson, M.L.A. He (Mr Hamjson) said, "You ask why cpital and labor stand at daggets drawn. Is it not simply because at the bottom, stripped of all sehtiment, their two.interests are diametrically opposed ? The. object of the employer is to get as much work as he can for as little money as he can pay. The men are out- to get as much as they can in wages from the boss wi.h the least expenditure of effjrt,.and if they can get the same money for work ing six hours instead of eight hours, they ar...
WHAT ABOUT YOUR DISTRICT? INFORMATION WANTED. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 7 April 1914
WHAT ABOUT YOUR DISTRICT? INFORMATION 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 Srict, news comes but seldom; This is not entirely our fault; 'we have no mireculous 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 cauise the silence to cease 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, such as weddings, deathF, 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. G...
Premiers In Conference. THE LIONS IN THE WAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 7 April 1914
Premiers In Conference. THE LIONS IN THE WAY.; To the many the outcome of a Premiers' Conference is always apt to be disappointing. Before the flood gates of talk are loosed, the papers refer lightly-heartedly to questions on which all thoughtful citizens are agreed. For example, nobody who counts denies that Australia's vacant spaces should be filled with the right stamp of settler, that the lowest rate of interest obtainable should be paid on the £255,000,000 which the States owe, that a uniform railway gauge would make for national safety and efficiency. But when detail is reachbed difficulties of three kinds arise :-First, the financial; second, the party; third, those due to the State dread of Commonwealth aggression. Unfortunately, it is difficult to sur mise how the party spirit is to be laid even for a oay. Labor forced a hide-bound system on.the Common wealth. Under that system if the Cook Ministry does any good thing its members will go to the electors claim ing credit for...
FLASHES BY WIRE. "NEW TIMES" SPECIAL SERVICE. PER REUTERS AGENCY OVERSEAS & AT HOME. CABLES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 7 April 1914
FLASHES BY WIRE. "NEW TIMES" SPECIAL SERVICE. PER REUTERS AGENCY OVERSEAS & AT HOME. CABLES. The monster demonstration in Hyde Park, London, on Saturday against Home Rule, proved very impressive. Sir' Edward Carson denied the Government's Jright to use Crown forces against Ulster befo.re taking a vote of the people. Lord Charles Beresford de clared that Mr Winston Church ill had formed a plot against Ulster because Belfast refusbd to receive him. Lord Milner also made a strong fighting speech. Two more German journalists have been sentenced to six weeks imprisonment each for satirizing the Crown Prince, A select committee of the House of Commons propose an additional expenditure of a mil lion annually for the improve ment of the hours and wages of postal employees. Fifty German and Italian tradesmen have been introduced to Haworth in Yorkshire in con nection with a new coal pit being sunk by a.German Company and a Germari rovision store started for foreign workers.
LONGER AGO THAN YESTERDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 7 April 1914
LONGER AGO THAN YESTERDAY. Yestertlay is not lceg ago, but fif teen yearl; is: To havle beei cured long ago, andl to have been well ever since, surely means a permanent cure. Head what this man has to say about it. Mr Thomas Brown, 95 Olinda Slreet; Quarry Hill, Bendigo,. says:-"Mry kid ieys have been discovered for a very long time. My back ached severely, and when I stooped 1 would get a spasm which made me think a knife had been stuck into me. I was also subject to dizzy feelings, andl always felt tired and depressed. The secre tions were irregular aid co:nitained a sediment like brickdust. I gut Uopn's Backache Kidney Pills and after the first few doses began to -mend rapidly, 4mnd beforp lopng I was quite cured. The secretions hare regained their natural condition, and. the backache and giddi ness have gone. I amn only too happy to tell you about my cole, it will, be a guide to other sutferers." MIr Brown says, fifteen years later: "I have been quite free of every symp tom of k...