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Railway Time Table. BENDIGO TO KERANG AND SWAN HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 13 January 1914
Railway Time Tcable7 BENDIGO T'O XERANANG AND SWAN HILL. - -. . Mon Wed Tues Daily Fri Sat am pm pm b Melbourne (dep) 6.40 ... 12.15 ... 12 P, Bendigo (arr) 11.20 . 4 47 ... 4.47 (dep) . 11.529 .610 ... 6.10 Eaglebawk 12.8 6 27 .. 6 27 Woodvale 1 222. 6 43 ... 6,43 " . Sebastian .. 1231 .. 6.54 ... 6.55 *Raywood 12,42 ... 7.13 ... 7.20 910 Tandara 12.57 ... 7.30 ... 7.40 9. , Dingee ... . .. ..,6 .. 7.42 ... 7'57 Prairie ... ... 1.16 7... .7,55 ... 8.15 1 0.8 Mitiaino (arr .. 1·.27 ... 8.9 108.29 ,, (dep) ' 1,47 . 8.54 ... 8.47 ... 10,33 Mologa ,,. - ... 1i56-,.. 8,37 ... 9.3 .,, 10,?i Pyramid Bill ... 215 ... 94 .. 9.30 .,, 11.5 .'Mincha .2.27 ... 916 ... 9.45 .Macorna :...,. 2.43 .. ' 9"35 ... 10.9 1 1i, Tragowel . .... 2.55 ... 9.49 ... 10,25 ... 11.1, South Kerang .::. : 3.4 .... 9.59 .. 10.35 ... 11.5' Kerang (arr) : 3.13 ... 10.16 .: 10.55 12 1,5 Kerang (dep) -.-.. ,338. - Fairley ... ... 3.53 - Lake Charm . 4.18 - SMystic Park::": ... ' 4.31 " -; Lake Bogs 5:1 - Swan Hill ......
'OLD MAIDS" AND "WIDOWS." [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 13 January 1914
'OLD MAIDS" AND ";WIDOWS.' As the book says, "Some folks is born old maids, some is born widows, an' some few," mighty few, I tell you, i's born men an' women." I don't un dertake to explain that about the '"ivdows," but I guess it means- that just .as some folks is born. so awful finicky (them's the "old maids"), so other's is born kind o' palavery an' soft-sawdery an' always shinin' up to ipeople: Them's the "widows." Not :that?T'd say anything against real widows. There's some that's all right, blit when you stop to think about it, :hem few,-is the kind that's born "men an' wonTen." PI- don't s'pose yon ever thought libout it, but do you- know the reason vhy :.there's .so. many unhappy mar lages? It's all because the folks don't hbink beforehand, an' one of the :'old mnaid" -kind marries another of the same kind,- Tan', of course, they can't •et along together. Or-two "widows" marry, and they mighty soon get tired of each othler's .panlavery .ways. But yon won't never finid.an un...
CALENDAR CURIOSITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 13 January 1914
SCALENDAR CURIOSITIES. Here are-a few facts concerning the slendar which, although matters of immon experience, are not generally -coguised:--- - ' In 0brdiiary yyeir'-tli'tis - to say, : in leap years -ho :month- ;of Jan .ry and Octobel'r th ib':egi","iing of the st and last ?quarters., colnmicnce on Ss-mfe 'dai ?of the ac: e!:. Fblirunary, a:rc!i? dNiid: ,iovembeit b1gin on the n.. dafs;i anll t?e elie.ark holds good SScptemlberic d aiDccmibei .' T'ake Sa calend'i'- for1908Ahnd you will be tiprised to sse??: all: this.. Iost of us omembe? that -k eblrTuar3J andt March omimence on the -aname: day, because •:e. know tha-tl:te former has exactly --ur -weeks, but that November comes a to make a 'riun" of three, is not so Cell known...::. : Leap year iipsets this arrangement, 'ut i has.its compednsations. As Feb 'nary treceives an extra day, it has o part. comuany with Ma'rch and No 'ember, but it takes August as a cornm janion,e bothi of these months. begin aing-on the game day of the...
AN ENORMOUS INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 13 January 1914
AN ENORMOUS INDUSTRY, Unknown, except to tlihe scientific world, there lives to-day in a little village in Middlesex a veteran savant. whose discoverles have representedl to collmerce more wealth than tlhe fortunes of all the Rothschilds, Rockite fellers, and Vanderbilts. He is Dr. W. H. Perkin, the discoverer of ann line dyes. He was a inelre boy when suddenly :onl tar, a waste liroduct, became be meath his magic wand a source of in ,xhaustible wealth. The Germans .napped up tilhe discovery. They, not re, profited. To-day all our most be-;u iful dyes, our most exquisite scents. iearly all our best disinfcctants, sac :harin, essences, oils, and a thousand ,!eer products are derived froml the :. mine which Dr. Perktin disco ered, .
ECHUCA LINE. Monday Wednesday, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 13 January 1914
. ECOHtCA LINE. Mondayj Wednesday, Fr'day. . Closo Received , - .... ' , · from - .p.m. p.m. Combienbar... 10 30 6 30 .i " erang East 10.30 6 30 Cullen ... 10 30 6.30 Milne's Bridge 10.30 6 30 Koroop ... 10.30 6.30 Cohuna ... 10.30 6.30 ' Wee Wee Rup 10.30 6.30 L;eitchville ... 10 30 6.30 ,, inbower Estate 10 30 6 30 SGunbower ... . 10.30 .6 30 Torrumbarry 10 30 6.30 Patho ... 10 30 6.30 " KLow Swamp 10.30 6.30 EchuEa . ....- 1030 6.30 t:?i . Bi :!
MURRABIT LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 13 January 1914
M' iE?RABIT LINE. Close Rcvd MIon Fri Tue S? Roberts-Hannah 10.30 4.30 Gonu Crossing 10.30. 3.30 Gonn Stationu P.B: 10.30 4 430 ' Murrabit ... 1030 4.30 Ross Bros· PB. 10 30. 4 30 - LouraP.B. ... 10.30: 4.30 Dawe's PB. ... 1030 4:30 SOapel's Cros ing ?. 10 30- 4.30\ .Despatched" Recceiver to . from Mo.--.:n Fri Morn Tues p.m. am Westby-rk ..Y 30 o 11
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 13 January 1914
WILIF. .F YAN, Hairdresser, Tobacconis1 Pa~ucy Goods, Commission and News Agent. Main Street, Cohuna Agent for the following : -" Kerang New Times ";" Age"; "Bulletin"; "-Punch"' "Tribune"; "Bendigo Advertiser " "Bendigonian"-; " Referee," and all sporting papers A?.lsC -.Agen.t for Norwich jflin Fira Iisurance; City Mutual Life Assurance; International LHarvester Crmpsny. Musical. Instrumeonts kept in Stock. The Dudley Accordcons, Zu mphones and Records, etc. LENDING LIBRARY, 2s 6d per qu:rter. Best Authors. : I -- -.~ The Premier S~tore, - OHUN A. John eey, Grocer, Ironmonger, Draper, Butcher, Baker, Boots, Millnery, Dress' making, Fancy Goods, ~tc. Agent for: Northern Assurance Coy.; Mouqt Lyell Manures . - Sunshine Machinery. Choicest Brands or WINES and WHISKY and other SPIRITS always in Stock.. When in town Call and Inspect our New Range of G6ods in Millinery and Dresses. PRICIES LOW. -M. .. QUALITY HIGH. . .... YOUR NEEDS CATERED FOR IN .... EVERY BRANCH. ,I River Traffic. Ar...
AN EXTRAORDINARY WILL. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 13 January 1914
AN EXTRAORDINARY WILL. At an inquest held recently at Mlas terton (New Zealand) on the body of Mr. Robert J. Ewington, one of the most remarkable wils on record was produced. A witness stated that when noe arrived at the spot where deceased was found, Ewington asked him to get his field-glass case and rifle. The dy ing man said: "I have written on them," anal asked witness to read the writing to him. Deceased then asked witness to copy the writing and send it to his brother Charles at Masterton. The writing on the field-glass case, which had een scratclxl with a piece of wire or a nail, was as follows: "Look after Maudle and the chil dren. Look after things, Will; H.ap point R. Dagg and Charley.--(Signed) On the same case were scratched the words, '"Hard luck l-Bob." On the butt of the rifle there were scratched these words: "Dear Charley,-Give Will Harding every chance, and he will help Mlaudie and my family. Put him on the right road.-(Signed) Bob." There were also scratched :on t...
KERANG POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 13 January 1914
- " - . KERANG POST OFFICE. Tho following are the times of clos ing and arrival of mails for the under mentioned places:-- i MAIN LINE. MAILs CLOSE DAILY::: or p.m. p.m - Travelling P.O. 1 30 :-1030 S Bendigo .. 130 10.30 Mitiamo . 1.30 Mologa " 1 30-- - -Pyramid Hill 1.30 ; 0 0 Mincha . - -- 10:30 -i Macorna ... 1.30 1030 Tragowel ... 130 10.3Q i M'P. hail's ... 1 30-- MAILs ARRIVE AT 0Po .i O ivcie Cornm a.m pi Melbourne ... 6 320 Travelling P 0. 6 .3. 0 Bondigo ... 6 I .3. 2i Mitiamo . - - 3 30 Molog . 3.20 SPyramid Hill... 6 3.20 Mincha - .3.20:. SiI Macorna ... 6 *.3;2() Tragowel 6. ..., 6 3.20 M'Phail's - .20
DISTRICT NEWS. COHUNA. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 13 January 1914
DISTRICT NEWS. COHUNA. Mr G. G. Forrest, of the Bank of Vic- toria. has been sent to the Swan Hill branch on temporary relieving duty for a fortnight. At the expiration of which term he is to attend at the head office for transfer and promotion to another branch. A child, 4 years of age, son of Mr James Quinlivan, blacksmith, had a nar- row escape from drowning on Tuesday last He was playing with other children on the banks of the channel near the water tower when by some means he tumbled into the channel and was soon helplessly struggling in 4ft. of water. His playmates gave the alarm and for- tuately Mr Sydney Dalton was in the vicinity. Rushing to the spot he plunged in and brought the child safely to the bank where he quickly restored it to consciousness. Mr Dalton's prompt action undoubtedly saved the child's life. Some splendid catches of fish are being made in the Murray and Gunbower and numbers of parties set out on Wednes- day afternoon and spent the night camped on the ban...
New Masonic Temple at Swan Hill. FOUNDATION STONE LAID [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 16 January 1914
New MYasonic Temple at Swan ill. FOUNDATION STONE L ID The ceremony of 1ying the fooiuda tion stone of tbhe temple which is be: in;; built for the iluriay Thdge of fFreemasons at Swan Hill wvs per-1 formed on Wednescay, 7th ins . There was a large attendance of inm here of the lodge and a sprinkling of vi icing brethren. fhe brethren as sembled at the shire ball at 3 30, and march'd in procc-ion to the site of the new building. Having rformed a half-circle roun' the icene of opera tiohr, the Worshipful,-laster Bro R. Caisholm delicred an impressive at drc's, and concluded by saying: " We have met here to diay, in th, preseaca of this assembly, to lay the chief cor ner stone of this building, which is about to be erected to the honoi and glory of the c os figb.h an , in humble dedendence upon his bless ing." An impressive prayer was said by the chaplain, Wor Bro W. Moore, ater the stone had b:en raised ready f.r laying. : At the r quest of t' e Wo shipful Master, Bro T. H. Old read t...
A Brave Deed. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 16 January 1914
A Brave Deed. A heroine, Mriss Mary. Elliott; per formed a life ssing act during he Chris~mms week which we!, dcserves the r. cognition of the RoyalIuumanoe Society- A :.coriespondent I.nrrrates the facts -Last wek e wiihi1th -two young ladies were bathiw in' a cbannre' near Row Swamp on of thein was suddenly se e'd with criamp ier younger sister seeing the danger waeLt to her assistance, but b th. got into dilliculties MBis3 M.ry Elliott, who happened to be near by, without tak ing time to divest herself ori clothing, coiragec;iuly dived am-i afier Treat exertion succeedcd in bringin"tg t ucli ferorsto land
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 16 January 1914
The V0gue o7 was never so marked. What a wealth of beauty 3 Embroidery calls to mind. For the Suminer. Season Embroideries are to be more opu'a: tlhn ever at liavtbohne Bros. 1 You may se- all the Newas .Designs and Styles. Such a variety :of wiviths rco for veryt purpose to tuit the taste ofmy lady. --- ,_--eeeses. Chaiming designs in Flounucings. Allfovers, SEdgings, Beadings, Insertions,. Now ladies you will certainlly desire some of these for your Summer attire, and nowhere will you find such values as we are offering, byv not call and inspect while the varisty is complete ? ; Watch our Windows for prices and values, The Store that serves you best, ~I- ~x r.~. I~Žzr f~ C SA THURT and Northern District I USC E Executors, and Agency COe PAY, Limittd, G When making your Will appoint this Company Exccutor, it beirng empowered by Special Act of Parliament No 979.to act as h xecutor, Administrator, or Trustee. JAMES P. B. McQU1EiE Manager.F -1 &lt; a E-(··~·~: X m a sa I 0A ES...
[?]GRIPES IN HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 16 January 1914
GRIPES IN IIORSES. time ago our horse was down d attack of gripes," says Miss es, Major's Creek, N.S.W. "I nl reiiedies, but they had no s a last resource I gave the Cc teaspoonfuls of Chamber c and Dliarrhoea Remedy nad improvement immediately. He abll to stand and now is as eve.'. Sold by all chemists keepers. ED AGONY WITH ll1EAD ACIIES Srecommend Chanmberlain's o anyone who suffes from says Mis Ml. K. Berry, gh Road, Victoria Valley, Tas ' suffered agony withi head tried atiimost cverytling. No} uiti- any, good uaatil a friend ded Clanberuiin's Tablets, and lt utse right again. Now I le iitliout a boi of CIhambenn lets in the house." Sold by gaal $torelcepers,