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COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 13 January 1914

COMMERCIAL. MELl2OURNE GR I'N MARKiET. Dalgety & Co report:--Wheat ,is selling very freely from: the country, but, ir-is rather diflicu t to get stored lots at. ih: present time, as owners are holding for storage. We quote Prime milling wh?e?t, 3s 5)d; good do, 3s 5d; medium do, 3s 2.* to 3s 31; smutty and inferior sorts, 2s 11d to 3s per bushel. Oats.-There is better icquiry f r milling cats, a .d the market is firm at the low range of va'u s now estab lished. Medium quality of f,-ed oa's howev r are somewhat neglected We qu-te-Ptime milling Algerians, 1 9d to Is 9d; good do, Is 81 to ?s 83d; heavy feed do, ls 7½ i; light do; l 64d to ls 7d; melium and.iff de scriptions, Is 5d.to Is 5.1 per bushel. Birley-Sales of Engish balloy so far are v ry ligh:, but fair sales of malting Cape have just b en cffecroed. Thin and feed sorts of both English and Capo are extremely difli,:ul to make at present. We quote-Prime mating English bailey, 3s 6d ; good do, 3s 3] to 3s 4d ; heavy fee...

Publication Title: Kerang New Times
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TREATMENT OF DRILL-SHIRKERS. BENEFITS OF SWAN ISLAND TRAINING. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 13 January 1914

TREATMIENT OF DRILL-SHIRKERS. BENEFITS OF SWAN ISLAND TRAIN ING. - By the provisicus of t:he Defence Act, Vhclch ·lias::''b ouglit .about com pulsory. seisnce.-far all :medically fit male membeirs of the coimunity he tween hWe' ages-' of 14 ind :,25 :years, sen.?or cadets- aiLe itr~'iequird to lrill ai least 64 Jihours :"?:ei y tweli c'imoaths. If they neglect •to appleaRtoa pa;litade a suflictent numiber-c :oti ies,' the boys rendi" thenlselhes limflil :to be prose cuted, but tlicy ire usually giveu ia chance to nilmake :good .aty 'deliciency aI hours by attending s eciial classes di inlstruction: \'lWhn c iidets openly defy the law after cve;ry- leniceney h:is been shown to :tlidha, bhoa.c er, isteps a?'e taiken :to ltIhen ndthet.-d tlc rs see that ecivefthe- yon?l soldier imust do what tie lawi requi?,?s:. In .all cases of this. ktinda tsummons :is Itaken- out by tihe area oflice??conicerned, - an I the. culprit brought: jefsez the police court. SWhlen cases come up for lhearung ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 13 January 1914

1 GREIBT We ,av- mande a purchase cf 1000 Pieces of Lovely White Goods at t id?= cukusly liw fi?u?r, and to clear the line will hold a SPB I1L SALTE AND o - o ay . IN D These c.omprise Pas;hionable ; tumes Blous.,, Princess Und~rskirts, aund Gi:eral- Underclothing ee our' speciaI Sale Cir cular chop Larly ": -tr-,re h rer e ouBOS, The breisthan Serves you Best," B RA :TG LU* FUNN i The following fine, fast, new twmin-screw Steamers will leave 1MELBOURNE FOR LIVERPOOL AND S , GLASGOW, Via Adelaide, Durban and Cape Town, t;aking Passengers to London, who are sent free per special train from Liver pool : Sreamor. Tons. | D)ate, ULY.ssE' 14.500 31stL Jan. AENEA 18.0,8 28th Feb ASCANIU I 10,I49 4 h April Saloon Passengers only carried. Single Berth Rooms at Special Rates. SFARE to LONDON AND LIl\ ERPOOL Single, £45 to £48; Retuern, £81 to £86. FARE to DURBAN AND CAPETOWN- Single, £30 to £33; Return, £55 to £60. Special Fares quoted returning via SUEZ CANAL per D.N.L. Steamers. Every mode...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 13 January 1914

Change of zSeaso Chne of~ Sut Any day now yol will begin to feel out-of-sorts and out. of.style in your weather-worn winter suit. Why not see about the carly ordering of a new Spring Suit? Your Atpearance Depends on You2! and your tastcs are reflected in your attire. To be confident that you are faultlesoly attired have us Lailor your new suit. NOW is a good time to send for Latesat raterns. Charges Moderate. F SMWIKi & ~DWAJR~ lith Ctaos Ledico'and ,~-~-. KeP i' · ; 1/ Mean' Tatlar -I '* - I~~i?!c Draspers~ , Clothiers, ostumiers, 19erchas,- Tailor-s, ANNOUNCE THE MAIL ORDER AND READY-TO-WEARB - SYSTEM. Take advantage of it, and get the latest in SPRING FASHIONS They. are now be'ing Opened Up. i~ou oaln ba Dwre~s Th~lnt up to th~e Tinias Ij i!, i3, 15, 17, Bridge Street, BALLARAT. fd = °5 3 Coe plete Horne Funishers. AMP STRETCHERS, SUN BLINDS, BAMBOO BLINDS, SPRING ROLLER BLINDS, VENETIAN BLINDS, - ICE CHESTS.- . - LDING CAMP STRETCHERS in best Army Duck, folds intb a smal...

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A.N.A. Excursion. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 13 January 1914

A.N.A. Excursion. The Victorian Railways advertise par ticulars of the A N.A. excuision train which will be run from Swan Hill to Melbourne on Thursday, 22hd January. Tickets.may bo Qbtained at the railway stations up tW noon on 20th'ine,. • Local Land Board. At the Land Board to he held in Ker ang at the Mechanics H11, at 9 a.m. on Tuesday next, 20th inst., applications will be heard for 2 acres allot, 21, sec. 19, in the township of Konndrook, by W. F. Winnell; for road next of sPot. 4, section E, parish of Dartagook by E. E. R. Davey; and for the excision from water reserve of 30 acres in thd parish of Gredgwin, by H. Kane. Land at Cohuna. To those who desire to secure township lots or small irrigation plots of.from 6 to 40 acres at Cohuna, a splendid oppor tunity will be presented on Tuesday, 27th inet., when Andrew S. Muir and Co., Donald M'Donald, and G. A. Pence and Po., auctioneers, in conjunction, will offer the remainder of the land formerly owned. by the late Frederick Gr...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 13 January 1914

PUBLISHED TUESDAYS & FRIDAYS, TUESDAY, 13th JANUARY, The slumn question is one whiich hlas exerciscd the minds of politicians anp philanthropists for many years. The conditions umler which great numnbers of persd:us live are deplorable. It is universally agreed by all those who have given thought Ito the subject that this state of things should not be per ,ftted to cdntinue.' Figures recently published as to. the cobdition of the poor i.. ..bli Rhom .hsat: - -p-alliq state the average laborer and his family live in in that city, It is true that npar ly all large cities have their slumns, but it would appear fronm evidence recently made public that Dublin, in tile extent and general mnbenalthiness of its slumst, exceedls that of any olther city ifi the civilised world: Large families living in one or too'siuall rooms anl even two families living in the same limited space are quite conunon. The moral condition of thie people with such an environment n:ust retrograde if it has ...

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THE INLANDER. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 13 January 1914

THE INLANDER. The magazine issued by the Home Mission Board of the Presbytieirian Church of Australia and edited by tbhe lRv J. Flynn, deals with the spaces ,f Central Australia, and gives many fine illustrations and much in formation as to the settlement of that vast territory. £he country described lits.north of Godnadatta, ind stretches far away into the Northern Territory, and scattertd over the wide area of paslt al country there to he found are many ioncers engagsd in the arduous task of opening up what will some day perhaps be a highly projuctise palt of the continent. Dwellers down south and in the Eas'ern States have bu. faint ideas of the country in the central tableland, of which the M.c donoell Rangers form the higliest point. It is th ught .f generally as a tor id barren n gion, m st'y des:rt and sterile wadte, but readers of the magazine will he surprised to know of the fiane areas of good pastoral country there to be found, and they will admire the enterprise if the c...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. BONNY MARY LANE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 13 January 1914

S ORIGINAL POETRY. --+--e BONNY.MARY LA'NE. Mary Lanemy lost love, I seeo 'r lying Sdeadi Ye'r fairer than the snowdrops, an purer than the dew; - An' I'm thinking o' the days when we tagether played, An' the queen that I was !oyal to, Mary Lane was you. Ye'r bouny e'ep I see again, an'I think I hear ye' sing, Sweeter than the. lintie on yoider elm tree; An' Iwery fur i ne night to come that I may layme doon,. . Au' ye'r dream Anthatye are Lthlere egain M5ary Ln-e win me. I rocked oye in y'er cradle, and I l1aed ye as a maid, But aye I loved ye mair as I to manhood grew; Now they hae ta'en my love frte me arn laid her in the grave, An' wae is me my heari will break my Mary Lane for you. The braes o' bonny Scotland we roamed tagither oft, An' though her flowers are fair there was nane aae fair as you; An' when the dew was fa'enlikelightsome fairy feet, In the gloaming we ha' wandered hame, an vowed that we'd be true. The bonuny, bonny stars, that giitter.i' the sky, An' sparkle i',,t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 13 January 1914

-iotic us. V,'. blNSiCLK, GLasoJw SPcCIAL . 1ST. N?exb v'iit tO .iranJ, 'lutre y, 'rllay a-d oaturday, January lish, La and 17th, land may Oe consultd as t he Lbert Club Hotel A.ivice lrcu on all i kneC.s ee troa uso and ua? .tsgueto Slectric Beles and Foot Fral. Beht fimi a ; too; pads 10, per pair. .For lpllltte o the Itcct truos, no eP.inge, Very eOmn riabh:. All kinja or pite, and skiu I oubles treated. .Ulty address, 34u AscJt. g ate rload, oounce I'uouos, leiltourne. _ULARiLtd 3ATH, late of Bendigo, a;, ULceu lietalrcr and thrpeater, h4a .I U?eLa u LItutiatb iU VieCu .l?rbet atr L She ihop latly OCCtupied by Mr J. Airby. i aw lmu enot. hania blhctirs fur eale. 'IHALED into miy -padduck about live. Miceks igu, a Dark birown .l'ny, ahOd a near Linu Ict, blothd?a boand on near icuiur. Uao ner tan have mie by pa) ing iatlltee Aply to it. t. Moose. a pi. AŽ,¶T*ED to Leate 400 acres of agri r terultural and I?rigablo lnaOne, Ci earl, lallow, ior a term, or on hlla.es. 11pi) to d, E....

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MACORNA. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 13 January 1914

I rlACORINA. rl'ait p.aralions ;ire beiig nmade tie f :hcon .ti -I1 pic 'tic races. A lac I hs been l'et to hale the rac ih, 1i - thoroughly done up. Mr A. lo.rnioll, oe Ko'otdluok, has taken VS' lea tll relr?eslunenl rooms, an@ ii :,ln.iii s ' lt I" been LI made to have ir uee ea L-letd, with tables an] iHt,. tI is als, intended to have l. ',e ra-'Iss burilt, so that a good ev o it tile rlces ca. be, 'seeon. ThLe past week hlIs Ibeen Icry waln, il we are !n 1 gettilnV, the fill bene S l,[ te sumier hieat.' Heirvestlig , .c'ic l " ;e.r ii the distrit, and fi , lt it U: ,Iltj itn is being selt I, 'cli'lse "ntlivl the rai:way oni i Ls arc kept fai:Lc busy. T hJ' Muul iplllrovement Socicey l. n:J a nnual meeting o0 T"iirslay ltastl In a Ioditl nulnbc of imembeirs land - Iens \fc'I prese; ... J'le president Cr C. Cuook)r occuipiecJ the chair. After mK inutes of tlhe previous meetig _rt rcad and coulirllined and'l a little iltine wa it doic, Ia lecture was given Mlr \\ .' il on "'The Lil...

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WORLD'S WHEAT PRODUBTIO SUPPLY AND DEMAND. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 13 January 1914

WORLD'S WHEAS PRODUBTIO SUPPLY AND DEMAND. The future wheat requirements .of0 the world. aid the sources of supply are dealt with comprehensively in the October issue of ".Nature," which pub lishes an address upon the subject de In ered by the president of the Geo graplhical section of the British As sociation for the Advancement ol Science (Professor H. N. Dikson). The lecturer said that in 1898.Sir Wnl. Crookes gave somne valuable estimiates of the worldl's supply of wheat which as lie pointed out, is "'the most suse I-laing food-grain of- thegreat Cauca sia: race." Founding upon thlese es tlnmltes, he made a torecast of thi re latens between the Irobaible ratese of :lcre'se of supply and demn'nr, 'and concluded that "shloul- all the 'wheat growing cotuitries add to their (pro ducing) are:t to the utmost capacitys, on tlhe .most careful calculation- the yield would give us oulyt an addition of some 100,000,000 acres, supplying at the e erae woirld-yield bil 12.': bushels to the ac...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 13 January 1914

I--- -o.-. --'~Yp The v so r.4 Emnbroicd-ry was never o , marked. 1What a wealth of beauty a,? SEmbroidery calls to 4 mid slcl SFor the Sunmmer Season ,u broideries are to be more Sopular than ever asi IHawtio ne Bros. You may see all tha Newest Designs and Styles. S Such a variety of wilth- tco for every purpose to s uit the taste of my lady. Charming designs in Flouncings. Allovers, Edgings, Beadings, Insertions. Now ladies you wiltl certaiuly desire some of these for your unmner attire, and nowhere wdill you find such values a~s we are offering, Why not cll and inspect while the variety is complete ? Watch our Windows for prices and values. H AIAJ HOR N ilkE RS The Store that serves you best, SA?HDURST and Northern, District TRUSTEES, Executors, and Agencv GOMPANY, imite'o When making your Will appoint this Company E&ecutor, it being empovered by Special Act of Parliament No 979 to act-as Executor, Administrator, or Trustee. JAMES P. B. McQU1E Manager. .i44¢ FOR BUTCHERS,...

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COMMERCIAL. FORTNIGHTLY STOCK SALE[?] Fri[?] [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 13 January 1914

COMMERCIAL. FORTNIGHITLY STOCK SAjl: Andrew S. Muir and Co. repsti: held their opcnitg stock sale r yards on the above date for shiet) was a large yarding of sheep forar? only a small one of cattle. Tt. petition for sheep at the opening sale was rather dull but at the:. the sale prices ruled firmatla I cates. Fat cattle were in stron,'i 'nd sold at prices fully equal to' rates, young cattle also had the-! of support and realised prices sati' to the vendors. We yarded 20.24. and 90 cettlo. Quotations:-S0 Mlerino owes, 4 and litool;th, 1Gsi; mnerino ewes, 6s 81d; shorn laml, .forwa? d condition, 12s small tau 6d. Cattle.-Fat bullocks, £7 b: cows, £6 14s to £7 ls ; light ?eit £'5 15s to £6; fat heifers, £3 18': old steers, £4 10s; young cattle, £r} cows and calves, £5 5s to £5 10i dies, 15s to 19s Gd. William Wallace and Co. reprt: conducted our first sale for the nr our yards on Friday last when therer a good attendance .of buyers. Com? tion for both sheep and cattle rast at improved ...

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CRICKET. MACORNA DISTRICT ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 13 January 1914

IMACORNA DISTRICT .i: CtATION. A : lfhe openicng match und, ta - of the Maicorna and Distric t i: sociation took placet t Saturday last, dwhen the T 1 Trogowel clubs met., Neith played any formn with ethe te a - being the master all thll db of Tragowel, was the ocly .,J ing in first, he carried his bYIi 1nd played soundly for 1at \'Donougb, of ~iacornau 1 other batsman to reach ire I Macorna won by 15 runs. hee are the scores :- TRAI:w: :*' Loughnan, not out M'Knight, soer., b W\\oo "dall t Robertsoun, b M'Donouih '" : Mofwat.t, b M'Donoug,, ... -'-. Douglas, b M'Donoun' " ... Fearn, c Woodall, b M'D"n . - Sharp, b M'Donougl i ..ug i 'Klnight., junr., b M'Donou '"i.i vr'Intosh, c Cook, b M'Donotea h ".i Jobling, junr., b M'Dono ugh . MI'Intosh, b M'Donouh .? Sundries ... Total ,.. * Bowling.- M'Donoug"l " 9 ;Woodall, 1 for 15. f0 MAcons., c. .M'Donough,,b Mowatt - Woodall, b M''Knight. junr. F. Dunn, b Mo 'vat . F Dunn, b MIKnight l unirt '" Cook, b M'Knight junr. .., M'Kean, b M'Kn...

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HIDE AND SKIN MARKET. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 13 January 1914

TIDE AND SKIN MARKET. Thur isy Australian IMercantile Land & Fiso Co. Ltd. report :-Sheepskius.---5" supplies were sublmittel at this w' auction, buyers being in full attendl: The m arket, for all classes iris finn t rates ruling for thle last auction s-5l' fore the ho:idays. Hides -Good cr1 doloues wereo0f at aut.ion this week. The markl;et' very firm and kips were generally1 better Tall!ow.~v- ery go.od supplies were mitted at Wednesday's auction B were in full ;attendaune and pric.Jesl corresponded with our sale held ocnl December. The opening fur ales oi year will be held on January 19th. The Australian Estate and 31mo. Co, LTd. report :-Sheenokins,-Su0 only moderste. Prices ruled firie to'1 classes, with an occasioual rise of 1i well krown parcels. , Hides.-Supplies lnited, pric'sr-, :.d bettter than closing rates of th'i year. We have now to class scoreao i out and Mlace them in cspcrete Put More care will undoubtedly be to?. stituents' inharest, and add grentl. bring ...

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KERANG AND KOONDROO[?] TRAMWAY. Daily excepting Friday [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 13 January 1914

.KERANG AND KOONDR0O01 TRAMWAY, N. ' Daily excepting Friday am pm Kerang (d p) 8 30 4A Yeoburn . 8 45 41f: Hinksoil's ...- -9 4'. Gannawarra "*.. : 9 10 341 K-oondrobk:(arr) 9 30 5. , (dep) 11 5 30I Gannawarra 11 15 5B4 Hizikson's ... 11 20 55j Yeoburn. -.. ' 11 40 61ll Kerang ... 12 630 ' : ·: '.' . : . . . .. . : ·. • '' . .... . : . . m p m Kerang (dep)... 8 5 ,Yeobii1urn " ... 8 15 515? :HiksoI'sk .. 8 30 -530 ,.Gazinawaria. ... 8 40 5 40t 'Roondrook (arr)... 9 6 Koondrook (dep) 10 6 25 Gannawarra .. 1015 6 d0o Hinkson's ... 10 20 65i Yeoburn ... 1040 75k Kerang ... ... - 11 7 25

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CHILLINGOLLAH & ULTIMA TO BENDIGO [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 13 January 1914

OCHILLINGOLLAR & ULTIMA TO BENDIGO. Tues~ Thur Mon & Sat only am :am. Chi~lin?gollah: 6 40 ..1 S. ~aitchie 7 10 1"20 Gowan ... 735 -.--, Ultima : .. 840. 230 Meatian .:.. 9 5:-: 2 53 Lalhert . 9. " 940.i 3 30 Cannie . :." 10 10 1 0 4 Quambatook ; . ':47 ---'4 460 M.n: :rWed ,-'Fi Boort 14... 52 5 : 610 •eidigo arr 6 5. 1.1 BENDIGO TO ULI'IMA AND CHILLINGOLLAlR. and Fri Mo W:idn`ed; . . am Bendigo ... : 12 - 15. Joor : ;.. -: 520 : Quambstook... ." 1 I Cannie 6.... 713. Lalbert ... -- :744 i Meatian ... 89.: Ultima ". . . 10 - Gowan- ... .: 927 Waitchie . . :-.9 57 Chillingollah ... 1':0 35

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SWAN HILL TO KERANG AND BENDIGO. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 13 January 1914

SWAN HILL TO KERANG AND BENDIGO, . Daily , - aly - am Swan Hill (dep) -2 ... :-: '%- ::: . , 12 Lake Boga . 12 94 Mystic Park , ... - - *. .. 12 Lake Charm . .. - .. 111 Fairley ... ... * - 123 Kerang arr .. .. 60 . , 139 ,, dep 2.. ... 6( ) * . South Kerang 2...l "[ rage 61913gowel ..821 , - '1 -Macorna .. .. 6 35 - Mincha .6 50 * Pyramid bHill -.. 7 10: Mologa 7 33 .. 32 Mitiamno (arr) . tr . 7r45 3 S (dep) .. . 8 5 -' 4 Prairie . 22 . Dingee a8 936 - ;Tandara .g 8 48 4 .: Ray waood .. 9 18-.915 Sebastian 9-32 an oorr vin tS a ilale 9 4p. m " ?::,, Eaglehawk r .. 10 '0 .6 Bendigo 1045 61 ,, (dep) 12 6 -Melbourne arr *... 3 55 . * On Mon Wed and Fri this train will leave Bendigo at 6 ? pm, ar n Melbourne at 9 59 p n6 NoTi&E-On Fridays a car is attached to the goods train leaving Swan at6 a m and arriving at. Keranig at 8 a m, returning from Kerang at epa and arriving at Swan Hill at 9 p m:

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REAL PROGRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 13 January 1914

•REAL PROGRESS. : Fluctuating progress isnever sc ;ood nas stea'dy progress. \A man may rilter away half an hour, and then rive hiimsielf to do ninety minutes' orkl in the next hour. But he has not ven held his own when he dloes this, ,ihere has beeOn waste-waste of time ad of tissue; andl waste is ucnever real :i madi e ul). iThe lortoise's steady •rogress beat the nare's frantic efforts o recover tlhe lost race. ,It will al :cays be so. - Better to hold to .steady vo]rk, siarting it crisply in the early lornlilg, and letting go sharply at tile inle to stop, tllln to colint ullpon re :ovlrin:g what few miinutes are lost, (nd 11 cive ourselves into thinkiiillg .hat it has ended well. All is well that nlds well, but it hlas not ended weli tnless it was well at every step of lhe way.

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LAKE CHARM & SANDHILL LAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 13 January 1914

LAKE CILAIIM & SANDIIHLL LAKE. Tuesddiys, Th'ursdays and Saturdays. Leaves Lake Chlari 11 a.m., arrives Sandhill Lake 2 p.m. Leaves Sandhill Lake 8.3Q0 a.m., arrives Lake Charm .10.30.

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