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GUNBOWER [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 17 April 1914
GUNBOWER A farmer named W. Hartley met with a serious accident.at Gunbower on Satur day night, and is now in the Echuca hospital in a critical condition While driving a waggon loaded with chaff he met a traction engine, and his horses shied. Hartley was thrown on to the road, the wheels of the waggon pass ing over his chest, considerably in juring him. Dr. Nankivell, of Cohuna, was sent for, and when he arrived he found that the unfortunate man had four of his ribs on his right side fractured, a shoulder and thumb dislocated, and was suffering from an injury to the right lung Hartley was taken to the Echuca hospital and is now under the care of Dr. Stoney.
THE FOOTBALL SEASON (To the Editor "Kerang New Times.") [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 17 April 1914
THE FOOTBALL SEASON (To the Editor "Kerang New Times.',) Sir,-Being interested in football, I feel curious as to what kind of compe tition will take place in KeIlng this forthcoming season. One hears various suggestions such as an association on a large scale, taking in Swan Hill, Border, Pyramid and Cohuna. This sounds very grand, and would probably pay, but who is going guarantee? Personally I do not approve of spending time and money travelling for sport when equally in teresting. results can be obtained 'withl Cut. I would suggest that Kerang teams be limited to a radius of say two to five miles in order to reduce their strength to. that of surrounding district teams, viz., Koondrook, Kerang East,- Macorna and Wandella, which would have a rea snoable hope of encouragement and suc ,coss. I am supported in this contention by several leadihg players in Kerang. On the other hand should the Kerang clubs unite and expect competition they will, I feel sure, be sadly mistaken ana disApp...
LAKE CHARM [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 17 April 1914
1 LKLAKE CHARM The- Baptist Ladies' Guild held theii first sale of gifts on April 8th, ir the Mechanics' Hall. The sale was opened by Cr. M'Cann, who spoke wel, olP the good work done by the ladies during the flur months that the guild has been in existence. Everybody work. ed well, and iriends in and around the district helped liberally with donation, for the various stalls, and with their support, much off the success was due to the energetic secretary, Mrs Clough. There were six stalls, and all were very tastef.illy decorated, the prize for the best decorated stall was with no small amount ofl consideration given to the fruit and lolly stall The holders of the stalls were:-Ladies Guild stall, Misses Hickey, M'Cann and M'Curdy; produce, Mesdames Stevenson and M'Cur dy; represhments, Mesdames Wilson, A. liorsfall, Polkinghorne and A. Stevenson; f]ruit and lollies, Mrs Urquhart ani Misses J. Sutherland, Horsfdll, J. Wil; son; sofit drinks, Mrs Clough and Misses V. Horslfall, A. Wils...
FLASHES BY WIRE. "NEW TIMES" SPECIAL SERVICE. PER REUTERS AGENCY OVERSEAS & AT HOME. MELBOURNE. MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 17 April 1914
FLASHES BY WIRE.. "NEW TIMES" SPECIAL SERVICE. PER REUTER S,. AGENCY OVERSEAS & AT HOME. MELBOURNE.' ' ; MELBOURNEG-RAIN..: MARKET."'' .' Wheat, 3s 9d; oats niilling, s. 10d ; feed, Is 9d. Ruby Costello was remanded to Footscray on a charge of shoot ing at John Breheny with intent to murder him. Bail was re fused. When Breheny was giv ing evidenbe, Costello,called out "' He is a bad man and hra ruined my home." Breheny stated that three years ago Costello had been imprisoned for throwing vitiol over him. His life was not safe nor was his wife and children while accused was at large. Captain A. M'Gibbon, of the steamer, Kent, and Captain J. Leslie, of the Strathdon, were fined £100 each on chorges of allowing Alien members of their crews to land in Victoria and es cape. Detective Ashton, who has done notable work, including the capture of the notorious negro convict, William King, some years ago,- has been promoted to take charge of the Bendigo detective force. A number of Co...
TRAGOWEL. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 17 April 1914
..lusUULCUU TRAGOWEL, Traoel 0 icni Sports to he I tise oba 'roeud uon Tuesday 1 are add' great success Thle t the usualng a few novelty so ..uld . progra10 ne and the Th folloa e a. enjowable out ir 0iSt, ". Oete~cans ieve eoti '5 and old oL11 ng the mar S , in solild trai races to a f art is the f SBield the ti .ir ^ _ er ti will not be il Tr lae Steffield is r. f Ohie,, .D . 1 Al.osh, . ac l Scr, Jas Johcsoe, :J .1',rd ?l sena 'olto vingar P; tfor the 5, ~ el entries and i^ ^ Mess C. ner, . ' gregor being ? .lill R. li clhardson, " ?' l'o i H. Warbovs, " iCok ?^ ds. J . I ?lilards, ; f' *aoyds \ M""r ; .. ' IrI, " . a , ruglas, 14 I M'3 'a'i Ve,. \\' Oucstaec c- i -, v , I'. is. e, . ' ,~A A"nos;, T. Pro ". ",P 23ds.' Jenner, 22 Sle, ;s Bobs, D. Beard, ^ * 'n ck, Jos. Jen - A.he.rws, 25yd
CABLES. THE MEXICAN CRISIS. THREAT BY UNITED STATES [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 17 April 1914
CABLES. THE MEXICAN CRISIS. THREAT BY UNITED STATES A sensational development has taken place in connection with the relations between the United States and Mexico. Great public excitement has been aroused by the announce ment that the Cabinet has or dered the United States Atlanitic fleet to sail immediately for Tam pico, in order to enforce Rear Admiral Mayo's demand for a salute from General Huerta by wap of an apology for the arrest of a number of' American marines. President Wilson has decided if General Huerta refuses to apologise to America by firing the requested salute, the United States will seize Tampico first and then Vera Cruz.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 17 April 1914
7 SPECIAL of. Altiil aid Whiter GOODS TH URSDA Y, MAReH 19th, HAWTHORNE BROS. "' The Storelthat Serves you Best," Commonwealth . B an o~f tutratia HEAD OFFIOE SYDNEY -hlo Bank Is open for alI cluen of GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS it EQUITABLE BUILDING, OOLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE Also at Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, Hobart, Brisbane, Rockhampton, Townsville, and LadI Cable remittaneis made to, and drafts drawn ofoirelp pliaes diras Foreig bills ieptiatt sail collected. Letters of credit unued to any part of the world. Bills neotiatld or forwardl IM collection. Banking aid xcohanga Businoee of every deecriptloa traneuted withia ths Cemmes wealth. United Kingdom and abroad. crren aooolna?s opened. Interetl pal en zd ed de l. Advances made agaimns approved securlitie SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Victorlan Central Offlool sI7 OOLLINS STRUET, MELSOURNL Branches in the above cit?es and 2,000 Agen0Ies at Pot Owecs throghout the Oem?cawesl. Deposits from 1/- to £300. Interest at 3X per annum. De...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 17 April 1914
A MATTER OF - IMPORTANCE S/ To all men who value their appearance, is to select a successful Tailor with modern ideas. Our Suits are produced with the most exacti'n care, with special regard to the indi. viduality of the customer. The SPr4ARTEST STYLES .. -1. 1 are Always Int'odulc id S-'? ~. -with due respect L, the customer's taste. S \ Our list of satisfied customers contin. °Yously ProSs. Lei us tailor you to yaou r idcal of a p"reret' crut and fnished.a::. - / Sr' eaon's l?aerials now shewing. IJ 34, /, .: !'?,'Isacct !tem.-they are specialiy good. Th- TillStiW?C? & EDWARDS NG of Sfyl. TYLER'S Drapers, Clothiers, Costumiers, MIerchant Tailors. Autumn DRESS GOODS. . You oa be Dressed Right up to the Times by.. 11, 13, 15, 17, Bridge Street, BALLARAT, PERFECT PIR FENCE A strain at any ponlt a onely shared oy he whol] aree of a panel. The leverage of a pig's snoun at the foot of the knee would therefore be appliec againes the combined strength of all the wire Most pigs bec...
The Cohuna Railway. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 17 April 1914
SThe Cohuna Railway. All the notices in connection with the Elmore-Cobuna railway have now been sered, and 'there should be nothing to prevent ilnmediate operations The line will start from the EBnore end and the department expect to have 25 miles of line completed before next wheat harvest. This will embrace Tennyson and other large grain districts Doctor Returned. Dr. J. A. Neptune Scott, F.R.C.S, recently of Swan Hill and VWycheproof, has taken up his residence in \attle SStreet, Bendigo, "and resumed practice. He resided and practiced in Bendigo several' years ago. Since then he has I attained a reputation as a specialist at Swan Hill and other districts The doctor lately returned from an extended tour in Europe, having combined plea sure with medical research, SMIelba Photo. Plays. On Wednesday evening the above showed in conjunction with the Green wood Dramatic Co. and screened some r ery fine films to a large audience. The star picture, "The.Forbidden Way," was a very interes...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 17 April 1914
At the last meeting of the members of the Kerang Fire Brigade held at the fire station the prizes won by the team at the Bendigo demonstrition were handed over to the respedtive winners. In speaking on the subject some of the members expressed keen disappointment at the indifference as to the brigade's success or failure evinced by the public of Kerang. At Eaglehawk and- other places the civic authorities and other public functionaries joined in making a big public demonstiftion to celebrate the successes of their teams, but in Keipng, though our team pulled off the sixes trophy, an important event, not \a move was made to give public recognition of the team's prowess This is certainly very disheartening to the members, who freely give up their time to hard practice to acquire proficiency in saving the property of--the public. They do not only give their time in practicing and extinguishing fires, but suffer personal loss in damage to their clothing by .nud and water. When they save...
A SCOTLAND YARD STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 17 April 1914
A SCOTLAND YARD STORY. By Sir Robert Anderso. A street quarrel between two young men one night in February, 1896, at. tracted the attention of the police constable on the beat, and when they separated, one of them, whose actions excited his suspicions, was brought to the station. There the delinquent was found to be a young woman in man'r dress, and when she appeared befor. a magistrate next morning her story, which he heard in his private room, was so interesting and pathetic that, in discharging her, he directed that her case should be specially reported to me. It transpired, moreover, that she had received sympathy and pe cuniary help from people in a very exalted position in London. Accord ingly I sent for her. When she came to my office she was dressed neatly and with taste in female garb, ol course. She was attractive and lady like, and rather pretty; her voice was pleasing, and her smile was charm. ing. She sat facing me at the oppo site side of my table for nearly an hour, t...
APPIN. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 17 April 1914
APPIN. oncert in aid of the Church of d funds was. held in the Appin 'ics Institute on Wednesday, even o inst. OCine to numerous other ens the audience was not as large expected, but though small it ppreciated the rendering of the ? agramme which had been art .he committee were fortunate 'n the services of some of the arists of Kerang, and these with ocal talent combined to make a e deserving of a better at. e., At the close of the pro. the chairman (Rev, T. Wilkin. ankd all the performers, es. those from Kerang, for their in convilne to Ihel,. upper was S handed round by the ladies. r aced as accompanist during the sue following is the pi Pianolortle duet, iMrs Orr ans ans; solo, Miss B. Joore; solo, der (encored); solo, Mr Ilow encored); duet, Mr Bennett and nile; solo, Mr Steadman; solo, lers (encored); solo, Mr Kopke duet, Mlisses Moore; solo, Mr ; duel, Mr Kopke and Miss o, M1r Bennett (encored; .ls vyersi solo, M.r Kopke, (cii lr Peder.ss Rundle (encored); annual llome Mission...
THE BRAVEST MAN IN ENGLAND [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 17 April 1914
THE BRAVEST MAN IN.ENGLAND A: story of how "the bravest man In England" was found is .told as follows Shortly after the battle of Water loo a patriotic English "clergyman named Narcross left a bequest in his will to "the bravest man in Eng land." In an effort to carry out this remarkable provision of the will the executord of the clergyman's estatt aought the counsel of the Duke o VWell!naton, the hero of Waterloo. which was looked upon as the great est of all battles in which Englanrl had tak!-eh part. "The duccet~ of the battle turned on the closing of the gates of Hougo mont," raid Wellington. "These gates were closed just in the nickn of tim, by Sir James Mnaedonnel. and it is t! him that you should give th(e Iegacy. "But it was my sergeant, John Graham, who really reached the gate, first," said the honest Sir James, "and he should share in the legacy." This was the statement made t( the executors when they called on Sir James, prepared to pay over. to him the five hundred pound...
BARHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 17 April 1914
BARHAM. i e.n on Tuesday morning, S Rartona, -who is in charge fa nt ed hv Mr Colville, about afr om ~Ba;ham,a got out of bed ae 5v ere barking furiously, to e ~cIfn at the back of the house In about half.an-hour the whole tas totally destroyed. Being ,, *i his wifte and family, MLr k gt Saved a few items of his San wearing apparel The Scoverered by insurance, and Sno idea how the fire originated. Cobell annual school picnic was Sthe tlh inst in lovely weather. ?as a record crowd from Barham rroundina districts. Following are ulf of the sports: nace, 12 and over : Percy Eagle, .a s son,2. Boys' Race, 12 and RSkate, 1I Jack Gerrand, 2; Face, 10 and under : Ilghie ; Hueghie Gerrand, 2. Boys S'and under: Angus iM'Gowan, ErBennie, 2. Giris' Race, 12 o:.Lily Storm. 1; Evelyn Storm, ris' ace 12 and under : Aileen 1; Mrtle Cook, 2. Girls' Race S~nder: Jean Storm, 1: Isabel SGirls' Race, 8 and under: Stom, 1; Iazel Cook, 2. Girls' ailon: Mary 31'Gowan. 1; Emily an,' l urdle Race: Percy Eagl...
Ye Wise Manne. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 17 April 1914
Ye Wise Mante. A distant realtive had taken up hit quarters with a newly-married coupk who had received him with every marlk of consideration. But when, after a week's stay in the house, the guest began to make himself more and more at home the couple deliberate'd on the best means of getting rid of the haug er-on and intruder without offending him. "I. tell you what," said the busband. "to-morrow at dinner I will grumble about the soup, saying it is over-salfed. You will then flare up, ant when the dispute is at its-height we will-appeal to the decision of our relative. If he takes your part I will turn him out of doors, and if he sides with me you will do the same." The plhn was acted upon, and iq_ the midst of the quarrel the husband, and wife called -upon - their guest. 'to- declar§ which of them was in the right. But the latter coolly repliedi" "You see, my dears, during the couple of months I intend staying with you I have made up my mind not to interfere in.your-domestic broi...
KERANG POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 17 April 1914
SKERANG POST OFFICE: The following are the times of clos ing and arrival of mails for the under. mentioned places : MAIN LINE. MAILS CLoSE DAILY -.: For p.m. p m Melbourne ... 1.30 ---? Travelling P.O. 130 ''10.30,'; Bendigo ... 130 10.30 Mitiamo ... 1.30 Mologa .. 1.30 Pyramid Hill 1.30 1030 Mincha ... -- 10.30 Macorna ... 1.30 .41030 Tragowel ... 1 30 10.30 M'Phail's ... 1.30 - MAILS ARRIV' AT PosT OrFrPiB rom am p.m. Melbourne ... 6 3.20 Travelling P 0. 6 3.°0 Bendigo ... 6 3 20 Mitiamo- - 3.30 . Mlogsa . . . 3,0 Pyramid Hill... .6 - . .~.20 Minoha - - 3.20 Macorna ... 6 - 3.20 STragowel ... " 6 : 3.20-' M'Phail's - .3.20
HOW TO BE BEAUTIFUL. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 17 April 1914
HOW TO BE BEAUTIFUL.. The man, or woman, who wants to be as good-looking as nature will per mit is given a few practical hints in the "Family Doctor": Don't eat your meals quickly; this causes indigestion and a red nose.. Don't worry; other people's troubles are quite as bad as yours. Don't forget that a penny spent on fruit does more good than a shilling on buns or-sweets. Don't walk five miles one day and stay at home all the next. Don't read till midnight; one hour's sleep before twelve is worth five afterwards. Don't shut your bedroom window; fresh air is necessary for health. Don't expect physics and tonics to keep you well if you neglect the laws of health and hygiene.
SECONDRATE ASSOCIATONS MCCARTHY—HELLER TRO[?] [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 17 April 1914
SECONDRATE ASSOCItUI McOARTHr-HELLEB TBO, Rechabites v. WandelL, These teams met in AlexndnP? Wednesday, 15th April. Theci tributors to the Wandella Fm were L. Radcliffe 24 and J. Li. not out. T. Harridge with 9 ri his credit of 30 runs, was thecdi of Wandella's poor score. KEl better with the bat than their ope as they had 93 runs to their crme fall of the last wicket. Dehils: Rechabitea. Manuel, b Harridge ... Radcliffe, b Harridge... Williams, a Callen, b Harridge G. Mahar, c F. Whitelaw, Harridge ... ... . T. Mahar, b Harris . .. Lanyon, not out . King, c Cullen, b Harridge.. Tait, b Harridge Gilmour, b Harridge... Moore, b Harridge .. Bannon, b Harridge ... Total .. ... ... Bowling.-T. Harridge, 9 tl Harris, 1 for 15. Wandella. C. Whitelaw, b Radcliffe ... Benfield. c Mahar, b Tai ... Kerr, c King, b Tait... Cousins, b Mahar Harris, b Radclifle . Cullen, b Tait... ... . T. Harridge, b Tait ... Giteham, b G. Mahar . F. Whitelaw, b Raboliffe . B. Harridge, c Gilmore, b G. Booth, ...
The Retort Courteous. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 17 April 1914
The Retort Courteous. One day a learned professor was accosted by a very dirty little boot black: "Shine your shoes, sir?" The professor was impressed by the filthiness of the boy's face. "I don't want a shine, my lad," said he, "but if you'll go ami wash your face I'll give you a six"ance." "A'richt, sir," 'was. the lad's reply, as he went over to a neighboring. fountain and made his ablutions. Re turning, he held out his hand for the money. "Well, my lad," said the professor, "you have earned your sixpence. Here it is." "I dinna want it, auld chap," return ed the boy, with a lordly air. "Ye keep it and-get yer hair cut."
KERANG V. BOORT ASSOCIATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 17 April 1914
KERANG V. BOORT ASSOCIATIONS. The annual match between these as sociations was played on Frplay and Saturday last in the cricket oval at Aleaxndra Park. The weather was very unsuitable for cricket, a strong westerly wind blowing across the pitch during the whole of Friday's play Boort took the bat and certainly disappointed every one in the weak display they made. The Kerang bowlers (Addison and Jamieson) seemed to be irresistible and slaugh tered the Boort wickets at such a rate that only 34 runs were scored when the tenth wicket fell. W. Mason was -the only batsman to reach double fieures. The probability is that the higlhwind blowing was the cause to considerable extent of the rapid fall of -the Boort wickets. With so many fine batsmen in the team it is hard to account for the batting collapse. When the Kerang play es took the bat the fair score of 160 runs were made before the fall of the last wicket. When play was resumed on Saturday morning Boort showed to great advantage in t...