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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 7 April 1914

MELBOURNE. In the appeal case by the own ers of Killingworth estate against Commonwealth Land Tax Com missioners for reduced taxation. Mr Justice Issaos upheld the ap peal with costs. William Hevinden was robbed of £40 by a man he met on a steamer coming from Adelaide. The man asked him for money to buy surveying instruments for he New South Wales Govern ment by whom he said he was .mployed. After receiving= the money the man went into a build ing and did not return. The Minister of Education in a report for the year ending June 30th last, states the number of State Schools in operation were 2,227, with 241,042 pupils, being an increase of 2,931 pupils. -Pri vate schools numbered 519. with 57,698 pupils, being an ,ncrease of 1,763 pupils. The average cost to the State of free educatign was £6 6s 10d per child for the year.

Publication Title: Kerang New Times
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COHUNA STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 7 April 1914

COHUNA ST OK SALE. William Wallace and Co. report-We yarded 70 pigs, 20 fat sheep and 100 mixed cattle. There was a large attend. nnce and nearly a total clearanc4 of all lots offered at fully late good prices, Pigs -Suckers sold from 17s to 25s; slips, 25s to 36s; large stores, from £2 5s to £2 10s; porkers, to £2 15x. Cattle-Fat heifers made £4 I6s to £5 15s; fat cows, liiht, £6 to £7; 2:year-old steers, £3; I -year old, £2 17s 6d ; store cows, £4; poddies, from 20s to 25s; springers, £5 18s; springing heifers from £4 to £7 os 4ged fat merino ewes, 12s. Poultry' Turkey gobblers, Os each; hens, 9p p r 1 roosters, 38 64 pair; ducks, 4s.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 7 April 1914

SANDHURST :it , TRUSTEES, 0OMPANY, Lianitu. (ESTABLISHED 1888.) When making your Will appoint this Company Executor, it being empowered by Special Act of Parliament No 979 to act as Executor, Adrninistrator, or Trustee. MIONEY TO LEND. JAMES P. B. McQUIE. Manager ocal Agent-DosALD McDoNALD. View Street, Bendigo. Autumn A ND AWinter GOO D S8. IS NOW BEING SHOWN. - AT THE - Aeoronation Store We Invite Inspection. JAkMES M!NNRO, Coronation Store. Kerang. I VE CAN SUPPLY :ALL YOU REQUIRE IN THE WAY OF Fancy Goods, Stationery, Books, Toys, School Requisites, China & Glassware 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. MUCH SATISFACTION IS FOUND AT OUR DEPOT. The Misses Kerr, Victoria Street, KER ANG. GOT A COLD!I I 'I U~4b98rY II Chamherlain's Cough Remedy is the most prompt and effect...

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GOREY V. WATER SUPPLY COMMISSION. APPEAL AGAINST CLASSIFICATION. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 7 April 1914

COREY V. WATER SUPPLY COMMISSION. APPEAL AGAINST CLASSIFICA TION. The scase in which Mr J. H. Gorey, of asnnawarra, is appealing against the lasaification of his land as set out in the register of the Water Supply Commission was continued on Wednesday at Kerang before Mr Bartold. P.M. -Mr Temple Smith,. field officer of the Agricultural departnment, gave evidence. The following is a report of his cross examination by Mr Richards, who is apearing for Mr Gorey: To Mr Richards: Feel sure that 293 acres are fit land. Know what irrigated culture is; defined irrigation as the use of water Ito assist cultivation. Farmed on the King Rivec near Wangaratta. Irrigated about 40 acres; grew maize, broom corn, potatoes, to bacco, hops, and forage crops. Girew lucerne, a small quantity, but it did not do well there, owing to deficiency of lime in the soil. It died out after 2 years. Irrigated it according to the sea son, sometimes twice in a season. Ir r;ated with a six inbch canvas hose: never ir...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 7 April 1914

Notices. 8WAN KILL HOSPITAL FETE Sale of Publlcan's Booth. THE Pubboan's Boo h in acnnnection with I the Hspital Fete to be held on the 27th Apr il, 1914, will be told by public auction 0on Saturday, 11th April, 1914. at 11 o'rl;ck in the forenoon at Wi kin's White Swan Hotel, Swan Hi 1. Deposit, 10 per cent. on fall of hammer. W. BELL, Ferretary. Tragowel Annual Picnic Sports. Tragowel Football Ground. Tuesday, 21st April. Good Programme. Admission Od. Grand BALL and SUPPER in the Public Hall in the eveniog. Proceeds in aid of the Hall, - W. SITHARP, Ron Bc, Notices. FOR SALE, a 10 inch Robison Pomp F with pipes and bends. Price £55. Apply to C. B. Walesh, Fairley. F1OR SALE, Prime Algerian Seed Oate. J2s per bushel. S. Weekly, Koroop OR SALE, Prime AlgeriA an Seed Oats, S 2s per bushel. Ed. Pay, Capel a Crossing. FOR SALE, a. new Champion 13 hoe seed drill, £22 cash or on easy terms with interest added. Apply William Wal lace and 0., Kersng.. FOR Privats Sile, 2 knife chasfcntter ...

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CORRESPONDENCE ST. PATRICK'S DAY HO[?] (To the Editor "Kerang New [?] [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 7 April 1914

coRREPO NDN e ST. PATRICK'S DAY h t (To the Editor l ereaS 1 Sir,-I understand there n in the Education depar grainting holidays Wcil rae This being so, I R h why a State school holidr f for. the St. Patricks day Kerang. It is true that Il called races in the oficr E it was called "the annal the Kerang St. Palricks n but the so-called spor' J six horse racing eents a chop. Now if this is nqt e ing pure and simple' ' `;now what is. `mold what the School Con.1 .. sat on the subjcct. l acquiesce il the arrll they consulted at al r` ted, did they eatbe Y department? I hieli ` 1a: cieties holding naid a have in the past bndcr school holidays, bute ; account of horse The in the progradrim0e a a -rule is worth kee ment it is w kelh a i'r sisted on in soPl c --Yours etc1 bU t

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 7 April 1914

SPECIAL SHOW of Alutumin a Widiter GOODS ITHURSDAY4 MARS1H 19th, IIIAWTIIORNE 1108. I The Storeithat Serves you Best," KNEG '1lT G MESSRS E, HOLMES MUIR AND J. E. CRAPP, (Forinerly Muir, Crapp and Russell), Surgeon Dentists, Of Ciomwell House, corner of Collins and Russell Stqeets, Melbourne, lAVE a pemnanent branch of their ?'ctice at MIr EF Cornu's pharmacy *Iawtho4ie Buildings (opposite the Jommercial Hotel) in charge of MR S. J. HOBDAY. Recordled by the Dental Board of ictoria, who may be consulted there .;aily, except on alter ate Thursdays aid Saturdays, every 4th Wednesday, ad. the last Monday in each month, 'hen he will visit the followine towns: Swan Hill.-By appointment. Koondrook,-Every alternate Thursday t the Royal Hotel. Next visit. pril 9 th. Cohuna,-Every 4th Wednesday, at rs Morris' boarding house. Next visit -April .8th. ?yeamid,-Every alternate Saturday, ictoria Hotel next visit-April 4th. Macorpa.-On the last Monday of each *,nth, at MmI C, Cooke's residence. *xt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 7 April 1914

CChange of Season I Change of Suits I ydn ou will begin to feel out-of-sorts and out. ydy now you weather-worn wintersuit Why not tyl out the eary ordering of a new Spring Suit I Your Appearance Depends on You and your tastes are reflected in your attire. To be conidet that you are faultlessly attired have u! tior your new suit. NOW is a good time to send for latest Pattelrns. Charges Moderate. RStIWICK & IDWARDS, u Class Ladles and erngJ TYLERR S Drapers, Clothiers, eostumiers, Merchant Tailors. Autumn DRESS GOODS. You can be Dreased Right up to the Times by W y s"E R'9 II, 13, 15, 17, Bridge Street, BALLARAT, Complete Home Furnishers. .&.SUMMER GOMFORTS.MD' CAMP STRETCHERS, SUN BLINDS, BAMBOO BLINDS, SPRING ROLLER BLINDS, VENETIAN BLINDS, - ICE CHESTS.--- LDING CAMP STRETCHERS in best Army Duck, folds into asnall size,151bs weight, 17s 6d each. CK CHAIRS, strongly made, stbut canvas, 3s 6d, 4s 6d, 6s 9d. RING ROLLER BLINDS, complete, Green, is lid, 2s 6d. RING ROLL...

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Easter Holidays. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 7 April 1914

Easter Hlolidays. Owing to the Easter holidays there will be no publication of the "New Times" on Tuesday next. New Police Oflicer., Senior-Constable James Day has been appointed as successor to Sergeant Mladi gail, in charge of the Kerang Police dis trict. The Senior-comistable who, for the past two yearn, has been stationed at -Bendigo, entered upon his new duties on Saturday last. Sir Alexander Peacock. On-ing to other engagements, Sir Alex ander Peacock's visit to Kerang, which had been arranged to take place this week has been postpotied. It is expect ed that he w-ill be able to come here on Thursday 16th inst, by the afternoon train from Melbourne. Arrangements have however not been definitely fixed as yet. Sir Alexander, who is Minister of Education, is coming to Kerang for the purpose of inspecting the State school grounds and buildings in order to finally determine the question of the building of the new High School, and providing rooms for the, cookery and Sloyd wvor9 clas...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 7 April 1914

Of recent years two problems have presented themselves for solution to the general public and so insistently demand solution that the best intellects of the world are engaged in thinking out the best way of overcoming the difficulties of their settle ment. The one is the emancipa tion of labor trom the thraldom which admittedly it labored under since history began and which is now in the transition state with all its dangers from misdirected effort. The other is the position of women in their social, intellectual and economic relation with men. Women generally, from the earliest sav age state of society, up to com paratively recent years have been deemed a subordinate factor in the social and political economy of nations. She being physically weaker than her 'lord and master' man has been, in the savage state of the human race, almost invari ably treated as a being who was given to man to satisfy his desires and humbly attend to his every want. The aboriginal who sat on his haunches...

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BRANCH MAILS. LAKE CHARM TO BENJEROOP. Wednesday and Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 7 April 1914

BRANCH MAILS. LAKE CHARM TO BENJEROOP. Wednesday and Saturday. Leaves Lake Charm 6 a.m., arrives at Benjeroop 8.165 a.m. Leaves Benij roop 9 a.m., arrives- Lake Charm 11.,..

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KOONDROOK. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 7 April 1914

KOONDROOIK. At the Police Count on Tuesday last, befoje Messrs. Barlotid, P.M., and G. Vains, J.P., a case of alleged larceny was tried. On the information of Geo. Cross,` George Stephens was charged with having stolen a pair of hamcs. Inspector Dungey conducted the prose cution and Mr Richards appeared for the defendant. The evidence given was that Cross, a farmer, lost from his. plough in the paddc/k a p air of hames, two pairs of traces and other articles in January last. In March he toot out a search warrant to search the defendants li place of residence. A thoreiagh search was made, and the pair of hames was found hanging on a trie near by, on the rohtd close to Stepheis' house, which Cross identified as his. The hames were hanging with a quan tity ori property belonging to Stephens. Cruss identified the hames by a square nut on them, the original hexagen nut having been lost. Defendant said he had bought the hames frckm Mr Mlor ton at. Balliam. Mr Morton said he had sold to de...

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LAKE CHARM & SANDHILL LAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 7 April 1914

LAKE CHARM & SANDHILL LAKE. Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Leaves Lake Charm. 11 a.m., arnrives Sandhill Lake 2 p.m. Leaves Sandhill Lake 8.30 a.n., arives Lake Charm 10.80.

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MACORNA. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 7 April 1914

MACORNA. The lMacoaa Cricket Club organisced a spoi(ts meeting with the view ce wip ing' out its financial deficiency.. The sports took place on Wedhesday last. Though the attendanuce was not as large as had been esuectcd, the financial result was satisfactory. Numenrous com petitors entered into thlie various con tests, and from a spcrting point of view they wer4ý very successful and tlhorolughly enjoyed by the onlookers. The officers were-President, Cr. 1t. Richardson, J.P.; vice-presidents, Messrs J. Ml'Donoughl, B.. Long and J. Hill. judges, Messrs J. Branmley, A. Douglas and G. Protbhroq, starter Mr S. Rich ardson; secretaries, MWtsers J. Andrew and C. Cooke.- The results: Boys' Race, under 12.-E. Campbell, 1; N. Hoban, 2. ..Boys' Race, over 12.-C.. Richardson, 1) F. Henderpon, 2. Girls' Race, under 12.-M Darrigan Girls' Race, over 12.-F. Wright, 1; B. 1'Carlhy, 2. Sheffield Handicap.-First heat, . T. Coclke, l1vds., 1; b P. 1 Ivor, 21yds., 2; W. H'ardy, 2Oyds., 3. Second heat ...

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Railway Time Table. BENDIGO TO KERANG AND SWAN HILL [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 7 April 1914

Railway Time Table. BENDIGO TO KERANG AND SWAN BILL Mon Wed Tues Daily Fri Sat 'he am pm pm pm Melbourne (dep) 6.40 ... 12.15 ... 12 15 ... 4.50 Bendigo (arr) ... 11.20 ... 447 ... 4.47 ... 8.3 (dep) ... 11.52 ... 610 ... 6.10 ... 8.45 Eaglehawk ... 12.8 .. 6.27 ... 6.27 ... 8.51 Woodvale 12.22 ... 643 ... 6,43 ... 910 Sebastian ... 1231 .... 6.54 ... 655 ... 9 20 Baywood 12.42 ... 7.13 ... 7.20 ... 9.30 Tandara ... 12.57 ... 7.30 ... 7.40 ... 945 Dingee ... ... 1,6 ... 7.42 ... 7.57 ... 9.55 Prairie ... 1... 16 ... 7.55 .... 8.15 .. 10.9 Mitiamo (arr) .; 1.27... .8.9 . 8.29 ... 1023 S (dep) 1.47 ... 8.54 ... 8.47 ... 10.33 Mologa ... . 1.56 ... 8.37 ... 9.3 ... 10.45 Pyramid Hill ..; 215 ... 9.4 .... - 9.30 ... 11.5 Mincha .;. ..: 2.27 ... 916 ... 9.45 Macorna ... ... 2.43 ... 9.35 ... 10.9 ... 11,25 Tragowel ... ... 2.55 ... 9.49 ... 10,25 ... 11.42 South Kerang ... 3.4 ... 9.59 ., 10,35 .., 11.52 Kerang (arr) ... 3.13 ... 1016 .,. . 10,55 ... 12.5 Kerang (dep) ... 3 38 - - Fairle...

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SWAN HILL TO KERANG AND BENDIGO. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 7 April 1914

SWAN HILL TO KERANG AND BENDIGO. Daily 1bail S am noon Swan Hill (dep) ... -12 Lake Boga ... 12 21 Mystic Park ... ... 12 48 Lake Charm .. .. 11. Fairley 128 Kerang arr .. . 139 ,,dep 6 2 South Kerang 210 Tragowel . .. 6 21 219 Macorna .. 635 241 Mincha 650 2059 Pyramid Hill 710:4: 311 Mologa . 7 33=" . ... 3 29 Mitiamo (arr).. 745 3 40 Pi (dep).. .... 8 5 .4. Prairie8 22 415 Dingee ... . 36 . ... 47 Tandara 8 48 439 Raywood 9 18 Sebastian 932 1 Woodvale 9482 Eaglehawk r .1020 6 Bendigo (arr) 10 45 610 ,, (dep) ... 1265 Melbourne arr .. 3 55. 102 * On Mon Wed an Fri this train will leave Bendigo at 6 05 pm, ari Melbourne at 9 59 pm NoTva-On Fridays a car is attached to the gools train leving S vinR at6 a m and arriving at Kerang at 8 a m, returning from Kerang at ly and arriving at Swan Hill at.9 pm

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Sweet Innocence. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 7 April 1914

Sweet Innocence. "Mary," said Mrs. Bains to her niew servant fresW from the country, "just slip out and get a nice, fresh Dlaice. Here's a shilling. Be as quick as you can." Mary, looking somewhat surprised, put on her things and set - off. In about two hours she returned, looking hot, but withial happy. "Goodness, Mary," said Mrs. B., "what a time you've been. Did you get the plaice?" "Yes, ma'am," said Mary, beaming, 'an' I've got to go in a-fortiight if me references is satisfactory." Then it took Mrs. B. half an hour to elxplain to Mary that it was the fish known as "plaice" she had been sent for, and not to get another situation.

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TO DO OTHERS GOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 7 April 1914

TO DO OTHIIERS GOOD. "I have been living in S. W., Queens land for thiFteen years" *writes Mr J, R.. Tindale, editor of the Cunanmulla 'Watchman." "Durilng that time I have been subject to attacks of Difuzrhoea and have always found Chamberlain's Colic and Diaithoea remedy to quickly relieve me, I can recommend it to any one sufferijng from that complaint. You may use this letter as you see fit for it is wrttten to do others good," Sold by all chemists and sat'rtkeepers. -GOT VERY WEAK. "My boy Jack was very bad with Diaxichoeaa "writes Mrs IM. Lee, Forbes, N.S.W. "For quite a fortnight he was ill and got very weak4 My husband bought a bottle of ChamberJain's Colic and D)iarrhoea remedy and to our sur prise ope dose completely relieved him." Sold by all obghae*tq 4d S9okeeperl.

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No Exchange For Him. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 7 April 1914

No Exchange For Him. A country yokel, about to be mar rled,.arrived at the church rather earl ier than the stated hour. Thinking the bride a long time, he became agi. tated, and commenced pacing up and down the vestry. The clerk, seeing his discomfiture. whispered to him: "Have patience, man; have pa tience." "Have Patience? Not I!" blurted out the bridegroom. "I came for Sal, and I'll have Sal," thinking that the clerk referred to his future sister-in law, Patience by name. A child who nas never believed in a fairy tale is a child who has neglected the opportunity or. laying up a store of pleasant memories, andlife is-made up of memories just as much as facts. There are forty men of wit for one man of sense, and he that will carry nothing about him but gold will be every day at a loss for want of readier change. Giles: I don't knaw which on 'em I shall vote for. They both bin round 'ere, an' neither of 'em can tell I iwot's 'he matter wi' that ther' pig."

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THE GOL GOL PROTEST. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 7 April 1914

THE GOL GOL PROTEST. A meeting of the stewards of St Pat rick's sports was held at the Gilbert Club Hotel on Friday, 3rd inst, to deal with the protest against Go' Giol being declared the winner of the trotL on the 17th March. Evidence was read in support of the protest, when the meet ing adjouuined to allow tine for the veriiication of evidence produced.

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