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KERANG POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 7 April 1914
KERANG- POST OFFICE.. The following are the times of cloe ing and arrival of mails for the uinder mentioned places: MAIN. LINE.' M'AILS -CLOSE DAini5 . For. . -p.m.' rpm Melbourne ..: 1.30 Travelling P.O. 1 30 10130 Bendigo ... 130 '030Q Mitisino" ... 1:30.-s. Mologa 1.. 1.30 - Pyramid Hill 1.30 1030 Mincha .. -- - 10.30 Macorna_ ... 1.30 10130 Tragowel ... 1 30 - 10.30 M'Phail's ... 130 - MAILs AnRRIVE AT PosT OrPios.' rom am p.m. Melbourne ... 6 ,-3;20 Travelling P 0, 6 3.0 Bendigo ... 6 3 20 Mitiamo - Mologa 320 Pyramid Xill... 6 .20 Miocha - .0 Macorna ... 6 3.2 Tragowel ... 6 20.2. M'Phail's - .. .20 SWAN HILL LINE," Mails AA.ve Close daily :p.m. " . Swan Hill 3 1.50 Lake Boga . . 3 1.50 Mystic Park ... 3 1. 50 Lake Charm .. 3 --150 Fairloy ... ....3 1150 KOONDROOK LINE. Mails Close Daily for - a m. gm. Koondmtok .. 8 15 3.45a Barham' ... 8 15 3.45a Gannawarra - 3.45a Teal Point - 3.45a Rinkson's - 45a a Fridays 4a45 pm. 4Mails Arrive from Koondrook . 1.. 12:5 6.3a Barham .. 12...
DISTRICT NEWS. APPIN. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 7 April 1914
DISTRICT NEWS. -4".e-- APPIN. A successful dance was held at the Ap pin Mlechanics' Institute on March 25th, ud was well attended. The floor was in perfect order, and dancing was enjoyed by one and all. Good music was sup plied by Messrs Valiance and Jobling, .b'y asii-ted by Mkees D.viea andil oad. The ladies deserve i real credit. for t.he good things supplied at the eupper and evelyone went home thoroughly satisfied sith the night's enjoyment. The com mittee are holding their annual sports on Easter Monday, and judging from the p oagranme a good day's sport s in store tor the public.
KOONDROOK RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 7 April 1914
KOONDROOK RACES. The following entribs have been. re ceived for the two day's Easter meeting of the Koondrook Jockey Club : FIRST DAY. STrial Stakes-Algernon. Miss Last conbe, Ardfinnan, Grace Mectus, Scene shifter, Hoilyford, Willowe ood, Doech & Dorus, Lorikeet, Sir Lachlan, Woorneet, Kilmana. Barrell, Footlhss, Caroun, Midlands K.J.C Handicap---Bretwood, Bun-dea, Sceneshifter, Gifteos, Scottish Chief, Tinonee, Lady Martin, Algarar, Caroun, Goldmount, Doctor. Sonorts iandicap - Bonadea. Moon. Ardfinnan, GiftesP, Lorikeet, Lady Mercia, Algarar, Kilmana, Barrell. Hack Race - Algernon, Bessermore, Indefinite, Miss L'aslcmhb. The Granger, eeadpofrt, Aidlimnan, Onvolio, Little Wng., Myrtle Iriam, Grace Mettus, Hollyford, Sir Lachlan, Hula; Lorikeet, VWoueet, The Drone, Speowa, Toona, Footlass, Midlands. Handicap Tiot, 2 miles unregistered) - Oar Jack, Ki;k,'nny Belmore, Tom, P'ay BUy, Lexit, Curio, Amble, Kitty, Euchie Ostralia, Laddie, Smeadly, Oonil. Friendship, HEunk, Equali...
SPORTING. CRICKET. HAWTHORNE BROS AND WHITING TROPHIES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 7 April 1914
SPORTING. .CRICKET. HAWTHORNE BROS AnD WHITING TROPHIES. Lake Charm wins the Competition. The fin 1 match between Lake Charm a;d Kerarig in the H wthornte Bros and Wbiting competition was concluded in Alexandura Paik on S turday, when the 'iSijor. won by 20 suns. On the pre rious Saturday Like, Charm occupied the wicket for most of the day, alnd put up 152 runs, and they also dispesed of two of Kerang's hratmenn for 0. With this total to faec and two wickets down Kerane started their uphill fight on Siturday, bunt disastr still attended them, and they had only 15 runs on the sheet for the lose of four'wickets, including Scott, who only scored 1. Drunmmond and Addison joined partuership and played good cricket, and theo score mnouned to 79 before a separa. tion was effected, Addis u being stunmped after scoring 45.. Drummond was caughrt at 51, and with the exception of Grover 13, the other wickets fell quickly, and tihe innings closed for 132, thus leaving Lake Charm holders of the t...
Complimentary Smoke Social and Presentation to Sergeant Madigan. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 7 April 1914
Smoke Social and Pre Com on a o Sergeant M]adigan. sentatioa to Thifctionok p!ace at the Gi bert Ciub Hotel anbye to Sergeant 1 hdigan eoy hC d O bye CHD takey n toto sdleavn th e dirict to te piothe police district of eelonfg ce ho has been transferrcd, and to thic puicly congratulate him on his ahe to alY higher grade in the 'ergent omf the shire (Cr. W. The prupied the char. The Ser o cupied a seat at the right of the 5tcancd Senior Constable Day, who s aatIet bladign at K(erang, I rge There was a very la&lt;rge nof representatier ge tlemen hth te town and the country. cast of The King and the aftor the to 0 Anh the ~faof the Naitt''"' i aing orf lapo! iet front Meteors haInan read poey Donald, J. W. Snoellyton, 0 ColemaJ. Peacock, atc Modron et predasnifg reret t inability to attend and wishing SEr. (an heir gan a hearty God spied. Thechairndian prosed "The Guest of The chaitr lsaid all knew the Ser o 5se entng He hard knows him f r many a ars and thought very highly of ...
KERANG BOWLING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 7 April 1914
KEIANlG BOWLING CLUB. The pair of handsome howls given by Air R. A. Mlackrell for the singles match was presented to the winner, Mr Albert M ilvan, by the president of the club, Mr V. Radcliffe, at the bowling green' onil Tuesday evening last. In making the presentation, the president said that he considered the best man had wcji, and he was particularly pleased at Mr Milvain being the . winner, as he had devoted much time and attention to the up-keep of the green. We have been requested to state that it is considestd desirable to close play for the seasch as soon as possible. It is therefore necessary that the first round of the doubles tournament and as many games i s possible of the second round should be played this veek., All players who fail to play in the first round by Saturday next will be scratched.
CHILLINGOLLAH & ULTIMA TO BENDIGO [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 7 April 1914
CHILLIN OILAH & ULTIMA TO BENDIGQO Tues - Thur Mon & Sat only am am Ohilingollah 6 40 1 Waitchie 710 120 Gowan ... 735 - Ultima ... 840 230 Meatian ... 95 2 53 Lalhert ... 940 330 Cannie ... 1010. 4. Quambatook 10 47 4 40 Mon Wed Fri Boort ..; 1245 6 10 Bendigo arr 6 5 11 BENDIGO TO ULTIMA AND OCHILLINGOLLAH. Mon Wed and Fri am Bendigo ... 12 15 Booru ... 520 Quambatook ... .6 50 Cannie ... 7 13 Lalberb ... 7 44 Meatian ... - 89 MWFS Ultima ... 910 Gowan ... 9 27 Waitchie ... 9 57 OhiW.Igollah ... 10 35 KERANG AND KOONDBOQI TRAMWAY. Daily excepting friday am Pm Kergng (dep) 830 4 Yeoburn 84 3o Hinkson's ... 9 Gannawarra ... 910 Koondrook (arr) 9 30 (dep) 11 Gannawarra 1115 61 Hinkson's . 1120 611 Yeoburzi .. 1140 6 Kerang *.. 12 Friday only, am P0 Kerang (dep) **. 8 11 Yeoburn 30 611 Hinkson's 40 5 Gannawarra 6 Koondrook (arr) .. 69 KLoondrook (dep) 1015 60 Gannawarra i 0d Hinkson's 1040 9 Yeoburn , 1 Keroug
LOOK PLEASANT, PLEASE! [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 7 April 1914
LOOK PLEASANT, PLEASE! Cheer up. The world is taking your photograph. Look pleasant. Of course, you have your troubles; troubles you cannot tell the policeman. A whole lot of things bother you, of course. Business worries or domestic sorrows, it may be, or what not. You find life a rugged road whose stones hurt your' feet. Nevertheless, cheer up. - What right have you to carry a pic ture of your woe-begone face and fu nereal ways about among your fellows, who have troubles of their own? If you.must whine or sulk or scowl, take a train and go right away into the country. Cheer up. Your ills are largely inr aginary, Why, man alive, in a ter minute walk you may see a score c people worse off than you. And here you are digging your own grave and playing pall-bearer into the bargain. Man alive, you must do your . work. Smile, even though it be through your tears, which will speedily dry,
WHEN RESIGNING. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 7 April 1914
WHEN RESIGNING. A man who had been pouring out his grievances before the genial As sistant Postmaster-General of the Uni ted States, received some very excel lent advice. "Going to resign! Think it over Have you seen my set of rules for use in resigning? I made them, and hung !chem up framed, years ago, while I was in the newspaper business. Here they are": Rule 1.--After receiving the last straw, do nothing for two - hours. Above all, write nothing. Rule 2.-At the expiration of two hours, write your resignation, and make it as hot as possible. Scorch the scoundrel. Rule 3.-Then go home. Rule 4.-The next morning, direct. ]y you have got up, carefuilly read over your letter of resignation, and tear it up. Rule 5.-Go to work at the usual hour. The Assistant Postmaster-General added: "Take a copy of these, and you will find them necessary to any man twho wants to rise, and who also is obliged to resign frequently."
THE LARGEST FLOATING DOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 7 April 1914
THE LARGEST FLOATING DOCK. The largest floating dry dock ever constructed for any country has just been completed for the United States, and is now in mid-ocean, being towed from Sparrow's Point, near Baltimore, to the Philippines, roughly, a distance of 10,000 miles. It is being taken by way of the Suez Canal, and the voyage is expected to occupy five months. This dock is a huge structure 500ft. long and 132ft. wide, and the side walls are 42ft. high. -It contains 11,000 tons of steel, and has 2,000,000 rivets. while 130 tons of red lead and linseed oil have been used in painting it. The contract- required that it should.have power to lift a 16,000-ton battleship: but this capacity has been far exceed ed, and it is said to be capable of lifting 20,000 tons. It is to be anchor ed at the new American naval station site in the Far East, and be ready. at. all times to be towed to any point where its services may be needed. It has been built throughout of steel plates, and the- lower pa...
THE FARM HOME ATTRACTIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 7 April 1914
THE FARM HOME ATTRACTIVE. Farmer's wives and daughters often n onder why their homes do not lookli as attractive as those of their sisters in town. They say they work twice as hard, and do not have half the chance to have a good time. One very simple thing adds much to the attrac tiveness of the farm home, and that is the presence of flowers. There is no one who can better at ford to have pretty flowers than the farmer's wife, for she has plenty of land and fertiliser. There are so many pretty hardy plaits and shrubs that require little work and that when once started will bloom every season fora long time. There are also many annual varieties that will furnish cut flowers for the interior of the house, such as sweet peas, nasturtian, pinks, phlox and asters-my favorites. It is a pleasure to give away flowers to the sick, to carry them to the altar of the little church, and, in fact, it seems as if they are'never out of place. There is on class of people who can have as good a time ...
NEWSPAPER KINGS. Men Who Fashion History. Struggle for Supremacy. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 7 April 1914
NEWSPAPER - KINGS. Men Who Fashion History. Struggle for Supremacy. Alfred Harmswo-th (now Lord Northcliffe), who first devised per sonal journalism in tabloid form through the medium of "Answers," is, after 20 years, the most influential private public man in the three King doms. Some people are apt to bolt with the idea that success commands success, and that once a man has - arrived he can sit down serenely and lortune comes to him cap in hand. I happen to know that there is no harder worked man in England than Lord Northcliffe. Like the aged Em peror of Austria, he is dressed at 5 a.m., and ready to digest every paper that is printed in London and the provinces. Before a majority of his assistants in the many offices which he commands have had their break fast he calls them up on the telephone to discuss with them what shall be the best story for the following day. "He is a hard taskmaster, but the most stimulating man I know," one of his young lions told me recently. Never a da...
Grown-Up Children. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 7 April 1914
- Grown-Up Children. A railway guard related an amusing little incident the other day. "At an out-of-the-way little station in the North," he said, "a party of working men wished to book to a town in the Midlands. Unfortunately, I the booking clerk had only a limited number of tickets for that journey at his disposal. +'Eventually he got out of his diffi culty by dividing the'pieces of paste board and issuing children's tickets to the party, at the same time explaining to me how matters stood. "'They've paid the full fare, of course,' he remarked, 'so you must see 'em through.' ý4'I had almost forgotten the matter, when a ticket-examiner at B--- came to me and remarked, with a sorrowful shake of the head: "'This under-age dodge is 'getting too warm!' "'What's the matter?' I asked. "'Matter?' he echoed, disgustedly. 'Why, here's a whole carriage full o'. children wdt plays cards, drinks whis ky, and wears whiskers!'" A New Zealand man has had the same overcoat for thlrty-our years. B...
KINGLY COURAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 7 April 1914
KINGLY COURAGE. In Sweden a remarkable story is told of King Oscar's courage and resolu tlon. - The narrative recounts that a sol dier, a man of immense stature, while lying under sentence of death secured a long knife, and defied anyone to en ter his cell. On hearing of the circumstance the King drove at once to the prison, and, disregarding the warnings of the ofWi cvals, entered the man's cell alone and unarmed, locked the door behind him. *and then reasoned with the convict. It would have been a remarkable in terview, even if the King had taken a pardon to the convict. .But so far from this, he actually explained to the condemned man why he had decided to reject any appeal for mercy; yet he so worked on the man's feelings that when, with a farewe.i handshake. the King left him, he was totally sub dued, and ready to meet his fate the next.morning like a soldier.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 7 April 1914
Dressed Fashionably in Twenty t g L Minutes._ And in the very Height of Fashion too, No doubt of it 10 Scientific Dressmaking and Costume making has de 0 velhped wonderfully Some of the very best Costumes and.Dresses are now S turned out ready-made New autumn eostumes, eoats and Frocks S A great variety now showing at Hawthorne Bros. S Ah but you should see them, Such beautiful materials and designs. All-in the very latest Styles ready for you to wear. 9/ - 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 recommendation for Ready-to-Wear I Come and try one on HARWTHORNE BROS., The Store that serves you best, 'CEe EE .A 2S G I ·~r~ ý ý CR I - N C+-aS WILL F. RYAN, Hairdresser, Tobacconist, Fancy ,Goods, Commission and News Agent. Main Street, @ohuna. Agent for the following :-" Kerang N...
Forestalled Criticism. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 7 April 1914
Forestalled Criticism. Murphy was apsistant cook on board a "trooper" bound for India The first morning he forgot to wash the boiler out after breakfast, consequent ly there were tea-leaves on the sur face of the soup when dinner was served. To clear himself of the blame he went to the respective messes and said: "If ye foind any tay-leaves in the soup you'll know it's mint." "Were you glad to get back to school and see your dear teacher?" "Well," replied the very observant boy, "I expect I was just about as glad as dear teacher was to get back and see me." -
Took the Advice. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 7 April 1914
Took the Advice. The head of a large business house bought a number of those "Do it now" signs and hung them up around his offices. They were effective be yond expectation, and yet it can hard ly be said that they worked well. When, after the first few days, the tusiness man counted up the results, he found that the cashier had skipped off with £5000, the head bookkeeper had eloped with the typist, three clerks had asked for a rise in salary, and the office boy had set out to be come a highwayman.
CONSIDERATION FOR CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 7 April 1914
CONSIDERATION FOR CHILDREN. How much is expected of little chil dren in the way of politeness when none is ever shown them. Their lit tle legs carry them on many an er rand for you and never a "Thank you, dear," for encouragement, when the poor little heart longs to hear it, for it is so-human in all of us to want approbation. Think of your little ones oftener, mothers. You are their all; they turn to you for their wants, and are, often disappointed. Some children's souls and hearts are starv ed for want of kindness. Try what a little bribe will do instead of pun ishment; a slice of cake promised for more perseverance, or reward for ef forts to do better. A,very small piece of money will make the heart of many a child joyful for a long time. Try to study their natures more. All chil dren cannot be managed alike any more than grown persons. And the present of a pet puppy or a bird will make a good child often, when punishment fails. Love the little ones more, they have their rights, ...