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WEATHER NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 21 April 1914
WEATHER NOTES. The weather is still keeping dry and pastoralists and farmers are getting un easy, Up to the present, this season, we have had a fair supply of feed and water, but there are a number of land holders who are now beginning to suffer for the want of one or both these essen tials, Whilst we write there are indi cations of al br:ak in the weather, but these appearances have so often failed us in the past that faith in them is not very strong. At the end of last week several places in the State were favored with rain One hundred and seventy one points at Brpxholm was the highest record. The rain though falling in many parts of Victoria, was generally very light, especially in the northern areas. Since October last, when we had a total of 219 points of rain for the month, including 112 points on the 27th, the rainfall has been for November, 91; December, 72; January, 6; Febrpary, 41; March, 30; and April to time of writing, 14 points, This is an abnormally low rainfall, but ...
COMMERCIAL. KERANG STOCK MARKET. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 21 April 1914
COMMERCIAL. KERANG STOCK MARKET. Friday. Donald M'Donald reports :-I conduc ted my fortnightly stock sale at my yard9 on Friday last when there was a light supply of both sheep and o.ttle forward. Notwithstaeding the dry weather the de mand throughout the sale was good and prices were fully equal to or slightly in advance of late ruling rates. Sheep. Only 133 were yarded, including a line of 66 merino ewes which realized 15N: mixed weaners, 10s 2d, and a few odd ewes at 8s 9d. Cattle.-I yarded 161 head and disposed of them all with the exception of a few dairy cows atthe fol. lowing prices :-Fat cows, from £6 14s to £7 .1ls; fat bullocks, light weight, £6 7s to £7 12s; beefy cows, to £5 10s. A nice line of 20 2j-yr.o.d steers at £4 6s; 3-yr-old do. at £4 17s ; cows with vealers, £4 10s to £6. Springing cows, £5 to £5 4s; choppers, £3 8s; poddies, £1, £12s, £1 5s 6d, £1 7s 6d, £1 9s and £1 ls ; bulls. £1 10s and £2 14s. Messrs Geo. A. Bence and Co. report. =sving held their usual for...
FLASHES BY WIRE. "NEW TIMES" SPECIAL SERVICE. PER REUTERS AGENCY OVERSEAS & AT HOME. MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 21 April 1914
FLASHES BY WIRE. ---- "NEW TIMES" SPECIAL SERVICE. PER REUTER S AGENCY OVERSEAS & AT HOME. MELBOURNE. The Prothonotary awarded Eliza Lade £50 for breach of pro mise against Matthew Jeffrey, who broke off his engagement be cause plaintiff and her mother objected to his attending dancing places. The stipendary stewards dis qualified H. Jackson for six months for- foul riding at Epsom on Saturday, when he interfered with Avenger and Marylebone in two races. *The poultry pluckers, who are on strike for higher pay, unani mously rejected the employers terms requiring the men to return to work until a conference was held. Mr Hunt, Government metero 'ogist, states that further rain is :ikely in the western districts to night, as a low pressure and dis turbance is approaching. Leather valued at £200 was stolen from Pitman's boot factory at Clifton Hill. .Miss Mabel Despard who was knocked down by a motor in the city yesterday died to-day. - Harold M'Dougall was acquit ted of manslaug...
Railways Into The Riverina. ROYAL COMMISSION TO INQUIRE CONTROL OF PUNTS & FERRIES [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 21 April 1914
Railways Into The Riverina. ROYAL COMMISSION TO INQUIRE CONTROL OF PUNTS & FERRIES The linking up of the Victorian rail way system with connecting lines into the Riverina was the subject of a conference at the State Parliament on Friday last between the Victorian 1'.omier (Mr Watt), the Minister for Iailways (Mr Mackinnon), the Minister for Public Works (Mr Hagelthorn) and the Minister for Public Works in New South Wales (Mr Griffiths). After a general discussion it was decided to adhere to the lines of the previous agreement between the two Governments of New South Wales and Vicroria, but with the understanding that, prior to any legislation being attempted, a joint Royal Commission, consisting of members of the New South Wales Public Works Com. mittee and the Viotorian Railways Stand ing Committee, should be appointed to inquire into and report upon the four lines of railway which have been under consideration. Three of the proposed connections nave been agreed upon by the...
CABLES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 21 April 1914
CABLES. A twelve year old girl at Mar seilles threw snuff in the eyes of a burglar, who, fearing capture, committed suicide. Two bombs were found in his pocket. A soldier at Carinthia, who killed a girl who resisted assault, was detected by bloodhounds. A confession of the deed followed. The departure of the Stack house antarctic expedition has been delayed until next year. Tunbridge cricket ball makers are on strike. The manufacturers admit the best workers do. not ex ceed 30s a week. In Roman Catholic circles at Rome surprise is expressed at the action of the Pope in appointing an Apostolic delegate for Aus tralia instead of making the Aus tralian primate a papal legate. Caesar, the pet dog of the late King Edward, is dead.
SWAN HILL HOSPITAL. CONCERT IN ALEXANDRA PARK [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 21 April 1914
SWAN HILL HOSPITAL. CONCERT IN ALEXANDRA PARK WThen so much money is spent in amusements it is safe to prophesy a large attendance on Saturday evening at the Alexandia Park concert in aid of the Swan Hill Hospital. The Mel bourne Kilties are so well known and highly appreciated in their very meri torious performances that nothing need be said on that head, except that the Melbourne Killies are producing an en tirily new programme, which cannot fail to give intense pleasure and amuse ment. The merits of the entertain ment are sufficient to attract a large at tendance, and the deserving nature of the object for which the concert is held should be a powerful factor in attract ing all who feel it a bounden duty to help the poor and the suffering Of such may be said "He hath a tear for pity, and a hand Open at day for Melting Charity." This entertainment has been got up at considerable expense and labor, and it may be hoped that the efforts of the promoters will be productive of a much n...
DISTRICT NEWS. MACORNA. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 21 April 1914
DISTRICT NEWS. MACORNA. On Tnesday last the Rechabites held their fortnightly meeting, there being a good attendance of members. The meet ing was conducted by Bro. Rex Wishart, O.R. Bro. E. Dunn gave his report on the annual conference which was held at Ballarat. Bro. Dunn was accorded a very hearty vote of thanks by Bro. B. M. Long (secretary), seconded by Bro. 0. Sharp (treasurer). on the masterly way in which he delivered it, making it clear to the younger members what a confer ence is like. After the meeting was over there were games and supper which closed a very enjoyable evening. On Thursday afternoon a small picnic party from Mincha West visited Mt. Hope and. roamed over the rocks till evening, when light refreshments were indulged in. Then they all drove to Mr W. Bramley's where a very enjoyable evening was spent, the young people showing that they were not too tired to dance. Mr Reid favored the gathering with some songs, including his master piece, I'd love to live in Lov...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 21 April 1914
SHOW Sof Autumn and Winter G 0 o D S MARCH 19th, HAWTWHORiE ROS. " The Storeithat Serves you Best," ontinonwveaaltah ., . afank of ~tustralfa HEAD OFFICE SYDNEY This Blank i open for all clases of GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS at EQUITABLE BUILDING, OCOLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE dlio at Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth, Hobart, Brisbane, Rockhampton, Townsville, and La4r. Cable remittances made to, and drafts drawn on foreign places direct Foreign bills sottuiteKd and collected. Letters of credit issued to any part of the world. Bills negotiated or forwarder fa collection. Banking end Exchange Business of every description transaoted within tke Commean wrelth, United Kinpom and ebrod. Current scooaune opened. Intrert paid on Aled Ie]pi~ Advances maode aginstl approved seourities. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Viotorlan Central OfRmce 817 00LLINS STREET, MELSOURNE. r?saches in the above cities and 2,000 Agenoles at Post Otces throughout the Oommenwalth Deposits from 1/- to £80C. Interest at B, pe...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 21 April 1914
A MATTER OF SfIMPORTANCE d / To all men who value their appearance, is. to K sclect a successful Tailor with modern ideas. Our Suits are preduced with the most execting care, w;th special reard to the indi Svidua!ity of the customer. T ;h. ., /1 '?T'"ST STYLES are Always 1Utrh1duc.d wih due respect to the customer's taste Our list of satisfied customers contin nously grows. Let us failor you to year ideal of a prfcct'y cut and finished suit. New Season's M.ti ranns no showiing. ___I IY~r.Is ect tifl - tey are si:ca y ioed. fi, il Sl-W Cw & [DWARDS K A&I o_ h't'fRkkr'ýr . . _ - .. . . . . -· ,· . "C - ? ,?. :..,? ? .?,.,c?. Drapers, Clothiers, eostumiers, Merchant Tailors. OUR IMR SCHIER will be sLowing the iatest range of Samples at the GILBERT CLUB HOTEL on Friday Next, AiPRIL 24 You can be Dressed Right up to the Times by ?, !1, 13, 15, 17, Bridge Street, BALLARA7, .ars 'eli~iB . ?6?PI~ PERFECT P.1* FENCEi: A streli 2i soy poins a olaly shared. oy hr wvhole are* of...
Railway Refreshment Room. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 21 April 1914
Railway Refreshment Room. The travelling public are beginning to realise the advantage of having a room at the railwav station in Kerang where they can obtain light refresh ments, judging by the good business which the caterer, Mrs W. M'Millan, has done from the time of the opening of this necessary public convenience, on the 9th inst;. 3JIs M3I'illan is quite sat:.s fled that an excellent business can be done and has already requisitioned ilhe Railway department for more accommo dation. Another room is to be at once added to the one at present occupied in order that more convenience might be provided for the rapidly growing and already considerable business, which is being carried on. Muanv people as yet do not know even of the existence of this refreshment booth. When it is better known it will be more largely availed of than at present. The operi ing of this room will prove to be a "geat boon to those travelling by the early morning or late night trains. Doubtless, as the busines...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 21 April 1914
The most important question to the people of Northern Vic toria discussed at the Premiers' Conference held recently in Mel bourne, was the Murray waters. The determinations to be ulti mately arrived at on this subject vitally affect the present and future prosperity of the people living on the immense irrigable arears in this State. The whole of the State lying on the north of the Dividing Range which is suit able for irrigable culture, which runs into millions of acres, de pends for its water supply on the Murray river and its Victorian tributaries. Anything that may be'done by our Legislatnre which will in anyway tend to circum scribe or limit the fullest use of the waters of our rivers will be a permanent evil ~vhich will be felt. in the time to come even more keenly that at present - South Australia has, ever since the advent of the irrigatiou move ment in Victoria, striven hard and persistently to prevent diver sion of water not only from the Murray itself but from its Vic tori...
SWAN HILL TO KERANG AND BENDIGO. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 21 April 1914
SWAN HILLTO KERANG AND BENDIGO. Daily Dail am noon Swan Hill (dep) .. - . 12. Lake Boga ... ... ... 12 Mystic Park ... . .. . 1 Lake Charm ... ... ... ... 11 Fairley ... ....- 1 Kerang arr_ ... . Sdep. ... 6...-? 6.0 ???. ... i South Kerang . - ... . Tragowel .. ... 6 21 2. ..." Macorna .. :".. 6;5 ... 2. Miicha ... ... 6 50 .-.. .. ?31 Pyramid Hill ... 10 ... ... Mologa ... . 7633 . 34 Mitiamo (arr) .. 7 45 . (dep) ... ... 8 5 4., 4 . I Prairie . ... 8 22 Dingee ... . 8436 ... * 4 Tandara .... ::: : 8 >?8.. Raywood ... ... 9 18 =- * 6l Sebastian ... . . 9 32 *.. '" 24 Woodvale * .~.. 9 -48 ... 4 Eaglehawk r... .. 100 .,61 Bendigo (arr) - :.. 10 45- ... * 69 (dep) ... 12 lo Melbourne art ,. 3 55 .. * On Mon Wed an Fri this train will leave Bendigo at 6 3 pm Melbourne at 9 59 p m ,NOTE-On Fridays a car is attached to the goods train leaving g"P at6 a m and arriving at Kerang at 8 a m, returning from Keraug and arriving at Swan Hill at 9 pm
CHILLINGOLLAH & ULTIMA TO BENDIGO [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 21 April 1914
OHILLINGOLLAH & VLTIMA TO BENDIGO Tthee Thur Mon & Sat only am am Ohillingollah 6 40 1 Waitchie 7 10 1 20 Gowan ... 7 35 - Ultima ..} 8 40 2 30 Meatian ... 9 5 2 53 Lalhert ... 9 40 3 30 Cannie ... 10 10 4 Quambatook 10 47 4 40 Mon Wed Fri Boort ... 12 45 6 10 Bendigo arr 65 11 BENDIGO TO ULTIMA AND OHILLINGOLLAH. Mon Wed and Fri am Bendigo ... 12 15 Boor 5 20 Quambatook ... 6 50 Cannie 713 Ialberb .. 7 44 Meatian ... 89 MWFS Ultima ... 910 Gowan ... 9 27 Waitohie ,. 9 57 -hillikgollrh ,,,. 10 35
[?]HAFF FAMINE IN SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 21 April 1914
rF FAMLINE IN SYDNEY. aI lich ieed of Sydney a table1 faaie as th result !e thate 01er the "black" chaft aba, '615chlaf cut by laura b a, Friday last aout 8 t ars tol the Troll', Dray cartrs·C ~llo had re laiedle "'ld chaff at the a o yardSn, had been told by eBers to ae their teanms back at ad.l tih ca tch of IneCl, wa thew e scllt onf Promptly iles ol er be tle thginn iaea stik in the currying h aleany throsanids of bags 0e se Street0 and in bonds .o IPose ofd t ill n tse I erat ies ,except at scha e pIacs Thereare .rllo 3 the sidping, aund it is oa era is nearly double da aillaoducl irl transit, or ratar' sidoi ' r Grayn. ba crtr tile A WAX, I tthe rte ras grace dan ridruslay ra arld carters mEe'^ Sa1Y inol\-veidl but lie ras 11 t Would be fundr. Sared to was corcricd, a tiaes1 Aiss ,t the Fsrniers "oulld " at eran in calereaace ~e. het atthe root of tlse as of laalad all slung been ct ag settlement
MURRABIT LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 21 April 1914
MURRABIT LINE. S -. Close :?5vd MonFrFi Tie Ss Roberts-Hannah :10.30 4.30 Gonn Crossing 10.30 3:30 Gonn Station P.B. 10.30 -4.30 Murrabit ... ..e 30 4.30 Ross Bros; P.B. 10.30 4 30 Leura P.B. ... 10.30 .4.30 Dawe's P.B. ... 10.30 - 4.30 Capel's Crossing 10 30 4.30 Despatched Received to . from Mon Fri Mon Tues p.m. -a.m Weatby Park ... 3 30 1
GOLF. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 21 April 1914
GOLF eopenig game of the Kerang Golf for the sefon toock place on Satur afternoon lst, when a mixed four ?cplayed for trophies presented proident of the club (Mr H. The weather was everything to ,consequently there was a good dins o player and visitors who hspotably entertained with after ta by Iesdames Gray, Willan, , Mackrell and Miss Rattray. lowinI is the result of the play : luir end Raichrds, 70-9-61. UEairy and Begg, 73-5-68. aCadusch and M Eoiry, 76- 6-70 O'Donnell and Greenwood, 83 DahhandBosselmano, 96-24-72 Wallace and Crawford, 79-7-72 Wdllan and Willan, 82-7-73. scon and Gray, 81-8-73. Rondle and Scott, 86-8-74. Bertleltand Addison, 82-7-75. Rattrey and Mountjoy, 77-scr Adams and Bertlett, 97-11-86.
SPORTING. LAWN TENNIS. KERANG CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 21 April 1914
LA. TENNIS. OOHNG CLUB. are the results of the e flowain. the men's handicap Spbed mat, first and second ? First ~ ound. 15, beat Whitlock owe 15, , 60 heat Shepherdson owe 1d ow 15, 6-, 3-6,ri 5. beat Pooley owe 63, -, 6-2. SSecond ound. eOw615, beat Mnaaning plUs 15, 16-5r owe 15, beat Ielsall owe 15, 5 beat WhitOlaw owe X30, ,6-. -we 15, beat Cornu plus ' oae 16 , ?eat Christopher owe Oen e 40, beat Scott owe ,r ow 15, beat Begg owe 130, O'Brien owe 15, beat Addison third round is quite completed ?eh .s to comnpletO same being~ Satch a Grover and L. O'Brien OmB-ea. MMr Willan and Mr ,e reacrhed the semi-finals.