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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 21 April 1914
FOOTBALL, Sra aed suppporters of the Rovdrs a! Club are requested to meet at ,;al Hotel on Thursday evening 'arrauge for the coming seasol,. e was held at Tragowel on a?pight, the object beia?g to a second-rate football club. It i ,edto ,feo a Tragowel Football he olowin oflicers were ap. e end, Mr S. Richardsona Mle essrs Douglas, M'Leod P; Ocretary asd treasurer, Mr t elelates Messrs Reed and
Railway Time Table. BENDIGO TO KERANG AND SWAN HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 21 April 1914
Railway Time Table, BENDIGO TO KERANG AND SWAN HILL, Mon Wed Tues Daily Fri Sat That am pm pm pm Melbourne (dep) 6.40 ... 12,15 ... 12 15 ,,, 4,50 Bendigo (arr) ... 11.20 ... 4.47 ... 4.47 ... 8,3 ,, (dep) ... 11,52 ... 6.10 ... 6.10 ... 8.45 Eaglehawk ... 12.8 ... 6.27 ... 6.27 ... 8.51 Woodvale ... 12.22 ... 6 43 ... 6,43 ... 9.10 Sebastian ., ... 12 831 .. 6.54 ... 6.55 ... 9.20 Raywood ... 12.42 ... 7.13 ... 7.20 ... 9.30 Tandara .,. 12.57 ... 7.30 ... 7.40 .,, 9,4 Dingea .. ... 1,6 .;. 7.42 ... 7.57'... 9,55 ,Prairie .... . ?.. 1.16 ... 7.55 ... 8.15 ..,. 10.8 Mitiamo (arr) ...i 1.27 .. 8.9 ... 8.29 ,,. 10.23 ,, (dep) * ... 1.47 ... 8.54 ... 8.47 .,. 10.33 Mologa ...- ... :1.56 ..; 8.37 ... 9.3 ... 10,5 Pyramid Hill ... :2.15 ... 9'4 ... 9.30 ,,. 11.5 Mincha ... ... 2.27 ... 9.16 ... 9.45 Macorna ... ... 2.43 ... 9.35 ... 10.9 ,,, 11,12 Tragowel. ......?. 55 ... 9.49 ... 10,25 .,, 11.i4 South Kerang ... 3.4 ... 9,59 ... 10.35 ,,, 11,51 Kerang (arr) .'. 3.13 .,,, 10.16 ... 10.55...
THE GUN. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 21 April 1914
THE GUN. Kerang Sparrow and Pigeon Club a £2 open handicap at Gala hs utidlar. 18th inst. Only 16 nomi is we received for this event aolithstanding the club showed ht profit. Shooters were present Iendico. Pyramid Hill, Cohuna, rook and Mwran Hill. Tile birds caceptionallv good at the beginn and, asssted by a slight breeze, the shooters skill to the utnosti iea of this will be gathered from art that only eight shooters were a the third 'round and decided to £1 each. Two rounds later two as dropped out, and the remain it the balance of the prize money Results: ' Carnuthers, Kerang, 21yds, £3, P. Daish, Kerang, 26yds., £3, 5 Clayton, Kering, 25yds., £3, 5 2ttt, Swan Hill, 23-yds., £3, 5 l'Phearon,-Kerang, 24yds., £3, 5 ans, lierang 24yds, £3, 5 kills. 'stite," Bendigo, 25yds., £3, 5 Clayon, Kerang, 24½yds., £1, 3 ?,e" f6yrds., R. A. A. ackrell, h C. Kennedy, 23-ds., Roy As la-l., 'Scrioa," 2oeyds.,d XXX "`Dtrathtieidaave," 24yvds, and tdfe," '' ' H :ds. Sweepstakes, hndicaps,-"Tex., C...
FEDERAL ISSUES. THE GOVERNOR'S SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 21 April 1914
FEDERAL ISSUE TIIE GOVERNOR SPE Through the GoverSrP which they are r'eslo'ibl s har have hurled a direct cilanJ l Opposition. As t o e they ,!ave puq0ue Polic l o.he i thie friends eu of ¢e colleagues Iay differ co whatever course thias il adopt. But all Liher sn implessions or int no a that Ministers desert, the ae to those who havin tl the plough refuse to o, soon as Labor made i itca would not allow Parlins, 1913, to do any userl es veIanment devoted its er L one great end, the sec Inger dissolution at the earliest ment, po Under the hard and fat tern which it tlnAist on ar monwealth, Labor cn t alica Minisbty to do any ot al be prevented or delated 4h vice which Liberals d E strengthens their claim oa and. so, from the Oppositja"a' is an evil. The osiair i!ao intolettcble, and if Cal h 0' way the electors will be as.. an end of it. Wlhetlher e ,st ter will have his way in this matter no prudent nan will say. The hostile majority in may eat tihe leek, accept the h' by Mr Hughes,...
KOROOP [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 21 April 1914
KOROOP fi The anniversary tea meetine and con cert in connection with the Koroop M1e thodist Church took place on Tuesday last and proved a great success The tables were beautifully decorated and laid out and were presided over by the ladies to.f the district and members. Several relays had to be made ,before the wants of all the visitoris were at tended to. The concert which followed was presided over by the Rev. T. J. Payne and was most enjoyable, numbezs of encores being demanded and acceded to by the performers, whose contribu tions wekr as follow:-Overture, Mr Waite, sent.; solo, Mr F. Peel; solo, Miss Byers; solo, Mr Pockena; recita tion, Miss Stxachan; solo, Mr Sharp (encored); solo, Mr Pedder (encored; address ,chairman; solo, Mr Gibson; ovetlture, Miss Mathers: solo, Mr F. Peel; recitation, Miss Strachan; solo, Miss Byers; solo, Mr Waite, senr,; solo, MIr Pockena; solo, Mr 0. Sharp. The proceeds of the anniversary are to be devoted to the church building fund, which- will b...
PERSONAL. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 21 April 1914
PERSONAL Last Thursday evening aL ber of. the friends of lrM. L son, teller in the Bank of li senbled at the Exchag e 1 him farewell prir to hisd Kerang. Mr C. H. ManOnin to the chair and referred to0 done by MIr Shepherdson a5 of the "St. Patlck's Spoi'b behalf of his admirrs he Mr Shepherdson with a reigns and wished him eRcO his new sphea i oe. Coo. Murphy and Messrs ling, P. J. O Donnell, 3. f W.. P. Daish also added Ther as to the esteem held f the evening and express for his future success i i world. In addition to~ he t Guest, that of his srcceS' Bourke, and -Mr Bourke s 'i Chester, were honored, r of The Press and The cait pleasant evening being The Rev. GeoregeOt of Kerang, and Mrs Treg"a for the past five y eahrd in West Australia, ,re on Satualay morning hrr Indarra, nad received a f.om a large nunoer. ol Tre-ear has been app0eit chester circuit. FIr R .F. Russell, 'oto inspectors of State ,cr, merlv local districto do'r tir 'from the lEducaone the end of the niO0;lhvhe.r...
A. N. A. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 21 April 1914
A. N. A. Xl--4 During the meeting of i' on Tuesday last the delenate! annual conference at 1W gave their reports of the fty after speaking of the more decisions they mentioned thn to secure the next conference rang. For one thing the heat conditions were against delegates were assembled in most poorly-ventilated halls it their lot to visit., and they vs on coinm to the seaside nest y. had" visited the north four O years and did not feel in?i, peat it next conference. 3i inm and Fishwick urged the. put in their application till th~ their wishes. `Ir Barrell nr of thanks to the delegates f." cient and energetic way ia worked, It was decided to hold in smoke social on the 22nd hiY invite the Chief President of t?t to attend The item for next meeting is a debate, "Who is the d ous to society-the Spendtlu liser ?" Mr" Whiting and will lead the respective team,, he picked from among the . .....--****
ECHUCA LINE. [Monday] Wednesday, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 21 April 1914
ECHUCA LINE. NMonday3 Wednesday, Friday. Close Received from S p.m p.m. Combienbar... 10.30 .6.30 Kerang 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 Leitohville ... 10.30 6.30 3unbower Estate 1030 6.30 Gunbower ... 10.30 6 30 Torrumbarry 10.30 6.30 Patho ... 10.30 6.30 Echuca ... 10.30 6.30 wKo Swamp . 10.30 6.30
FAT CATTLE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 21 April 1914
FAT CATTLE,. Dr Cameron, Director of Agricul ture, states that the high prices recently obtained in Great Britain and the improved d-emand for high-class beef cattle, indicated the necessity for meeting the increased requirements of the world's meat supply. The other day a cablegram was published that the meat-eating habit had largely increased throughout the world during recent years. Millions of people in countries previously non-meat eating now use it. It was apparent that meat distribution would have to look to oversea dominions to maintain the supply. The improved prices obtained are reflected in the Victorian markets. At Echuca 82/6 was paid for crossbred wethers, while fat bullocks have real ised X16 per head at Newmarket. Thess prices approach the figures ruling in England. They indicate that the time is coming when breeding rearing and fattening stock can be undertaken as- a sound farming pro position. Hitherto our supplies of beef cattle have come from the back country in ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 21 April 1914
Dressed Fashionably I Twenty ;; a . Minutes. And in the very Height of Fashion too, No doubt of it. L Scientific Dressmaking and Costume making has de f veloped wonderfully Some of the very best Costumes and Dresses are now turned out ready-made New Rutumn eostums, . coats and Frocks A great variety now showing at Hawthorne Bros. II ;Ah but you should see them, Sach beautiful materials and designs. All in the very latest Styles ready for you to wear. 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 HAWTHORNE BROS., The Store that serves you best, WILL F. RYAN, Hairdresser, Tobacconist, Fancy [Goods, Commission and News Agent. Main Street, eohuna. Agent for the following :-" Kerang New Times ";" Age" ; " Bulletin"; "Punch"; "Tribun...
KOONDROOK LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 21 April 1914
KOONDROOK LINE, Mails Close Daily for a m. p r. Koondrook ... 8.15 3.45a Barham ... - 8.15 3.45a Gannawarra - 3.45a Teal Point - 3.45a Hinkson's - 3.45a a Fridays 4.45 p.m. Mails Arrive from Koondrook ... "12.5 6.35a Barham ... -12.5 6.}5a Gannawarra 6.35a Teal Point ... 12 5 Hinkson's ... 12.5 " a Fridays 7.45 p.m. I :. ", • -. .
KERANG POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 21 April 1914
KERANG POST OFFICE. The' following'are the times of clos. ing and arrival f mails for the under mentioned plac :: MAIN LINE. MAILS CLOSE DAILY For p.m. pm Melbourne ... 1.30 - Travelling P.O. 130 10.30 Bendigo ... 130 10.30 Mitiamo ... 1.30 - Mologa -... 1.30 - Pyramid Hill 1.30 10 30 Mincha ... -- 10.30 Macorna ... 1.30 1030 Tragowel ... 1.30 10.30 M'PhaiE's ... ,- 1.30 - MAILS ARRIVE AT POST OFFICE. rom a.m p.m. Melbourne ... 6 3.20 Travelling P.O. 6 3.20 Bendigo ... 6 320 Mitiamo - 3.30 Mologas - 320 Pyramid Hill... 6 3.20 Minoha - 3.20 Macoroa ... 6 . 3.20 Tragowel ... 6 . 3.20 M'Phai's - 3.20
WHAT ABOUT YOUR DISTRICT? INFORMATION WANTED. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 21 April 1914
WHAT ABOUT YOUR DISTRICT? INFORMATION WANTED. The following which appeared in one of our exchanges has our hearty endorsement. A cordial invitation is extended to any reputable person who will act on the lines indicated ".Concerning some parts of the dis trict, news comes but seldom. This is not entirely our fault; we have no miraculous power of knowing what is happening at all the places within our area of circulation. It is thefault of residents in silent places. Will some man or woman take the matter in hand and cause the silence to cease If no one is doing it for your dis trict, will you try on these lines. Send accounts of public and social events in your township and neigh. bourhood, such as weddings, deaths, accidents, concerts, matters touching district industries etc. Write the names of persons very distinctly. Don't bother about grammar oi spelling; it's the editor's work to look after these trifles. The barest skeleton is enough. Write only on one side of the paper Give i...
HOW TO TALK. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 21 April 1914
HOW TO TALK. Keep clear of personalities in conversation. Talk of things, ob jects, thoughts. The sniallhst minds occupy themselves with persons. Do not needlessly report ill of others. As far as possible, dwell on the good side of human beings. . There -is evil enough in man, God knows.' But it is not the mission of every young man and woman to de tail and report it all. Keep the at mosphere as pure as possible, and fragrant with gentleness and char ity.
LITTLE BRAIN WAVES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 21 April 1914
LITTLE BRAIN WAVES. To err is masculine; to forgive fe ,minine, Marriage is never a failure-but .the contracting parties frequently are. All men are ,borne free and equal, but most of them spoil it by getting married. If it is anything he has paid to hear the average man believes it is true. A woman never .has much use for a man who she .can't teach to be jeal ous. "Widow's weeds" rarely inter fere with the growth of a future crop of orange blossoms. If a man can't persuade some wo man to lead him into temptation he gets in of his own accord. It's surprising how many friends you have when you don't need them. There is no crime on earth a w'oman wont' forgive a man if he tells her. that her beauty drove him' to it. Sometimes our paths are strewn with red rose leaves, sometimes with blue summonses. Women want everything that man las, except moustaches and bald heads. Every dimple in a pretty girl's face registers a dent in a man's .heart. Diplomacy is, in the main, the art of backing ...