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How Dyspeptics can eat what they want without pain. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 24 April 1914
How Dyspeptics can eat what they want without pain. In the vast majo 'ty of cases, states. a leading specialist, indigesi n, dyspep sia and other so-called stomach troubles are in no way due to the fault of the stomach itself, but almost entir;ely to fermentation of the food contents and the resultant formation of acid and gas which irritate and inflame the delicate lining of the stomach, and unnaturally distend the stomach walls, causing dis placement of the vital organs and dan gerous pressure on the heart and lungs. He estimates that 96 per cent. of all stomach pains, either acute or chronic, are directly or indirectly due to acid fermentation, all of which he has proved can be avoided by neutrali iug the acid and stopping the fermentat.au by means or a, simple antacid known among and obtainable from all chemists under the name of bisufrated magnesia; half a teaspoonful in a little water immediately after eating,: effectively-preventing the slightest indication of fermentation an...
FLASHES BY WIRE. "NEW TIMES" SPECIAL SERVICE. PER REUTERS AGENCY OVERSEAS & AT HOME. CABLES. THE MEXICAN CRISIS. VERA CRUZ BOMBARDED. DEAD BODIES LYING IN THE STREET. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 24 April 1914
FLASHES BY WIRE. "NEW TIMES" SPECIAL SERVICE. PER REUTERS AGENCY OVERSEAS & AT HOME. CABLES. THE MEXICAN CRISIS. VERA CRUZ BOMBARDED.' DEAD BODIES LYING IN THE STREET. As President Huerta failed to comply with the ultimatun of the United States to salute the flag as an apology for the treatment of certain American subjects; instructions were given to Rear-Admiral Fletcher to seize Vera Cruz, one of the principal Mexican seaports. The instructions were speedily carried out,- a force of marines being landed on Wednesday at Vera Cruz. Fighting took place almost im mediately,, and lasted throughout the afternoon, ending when the Mexican troops fled westward. Rear-Admiral Badger, comman der of the American ships off Vera Cruz, arrived in the morn ing, and landed a thousand marines. The marines seized the customs transport Prairie, and with the light armament shelled a number of Mexican troops, who from various vantage points at tempted to prevent a landing. The Mexicans crowded o...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 24 April 1914
-I . m ur- ' ' Beautiful MILLINERY. Our splendid show of New, Sea son's Millinery has proved a great success. This is the more gratifying as we gave the selection of of this millin ery special thought, aiming to get all ( f that was best at lowest possible -r And when such high-grade millin- ( Sry right up-to-date in style and j ecnomically priced, is made avail able to ladies of good taste, success is the only possible result. ? We have new models continually arriving, and ladies who have not yeb obtained their New Season's Hats should lose no time in visiting our showrooms. The very beet of the Milliner's Art is here displayed. SEE. THE 3EW MODELS JUST - - - ARRIVED. - - - We are now opening up some more CHOICE SHAPES that muet please you. The great range in Price and Style allows easy selectson. We are pleased for you to see this beautiful sew Millinery even if you are not a buyer. i I1IWTIORNEt BOS., I " The Storeithat Serves you Best," Commonwealth -S-ank of Hustralfa HEAD OFFI...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 24 April 1914
A MATTER OF'i IMPORTANCE - To all men who value their appearance, is to select a successful Tailor with modern ideas. Our Suits are produced with the most'exacting / care, with special regard.to the indi viduality of the customer. The SMARTEST ST.YLES are Always introduced: SI wth due respect t he customer's taste.. S Our list of satisfied custoiiers contin: uously grows. Let us tailor you to your ¶// ideal of a pcrfectly cut and finishedsuit. New Season's Materials no-v showing. Insect.lhem- they? ar specially good. Tail FISWICK & DWARDS. (RANG TYL ERS Drapers, Clothiers, eostumifes , Merchant Tailors. OUR MR SCHIER will be showing the latest range of Samples at the GILBERT CLUB JHOTEL on riday Next, APRIL 241 You can be Dressed Right up to the Times by 11, 13, 15, 17, Bridge Street, BALLA-RA 7. ERFECT PIt4 .FENCE : A strain .,t oy petits . o l.lty PhbaedT - o .y . w ^. e reas of B pas l. Thu I 2 o " getof pigs erkn tt the foot of b .- fth Ui. f? w u ?k therefc-rP e e aý f!...
Church Services SUNDAY, APRIL 26th. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 24 April 1914
SUNDAY, APYIL: 26th. Presbyterian.-Kerang, 11 and 7.30, Tragowel 3, Rev G. R. Jones. Church of England-Cohuna, 11 and 7.30; Mead Public Hall, 3, Rev R. H. Simmonds. Baptist.-Kerang 11 and 7.30, Lake Charm 3, Rev T. P. Trinham; Tragowel 11, Macorna 3.15, Mr Harridge ; Tresco 3, Benjeroop 7,30, Rev. 0. Urquhart. Methodist Church.-Cohuna 11, Wee Wee Rup 3, Mr Hooper; Cohuna 7.30, Patho 11. Gunbower 2.30, Rev. Egan Lee.
BARHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 24 April 1914
BARHiAM. e local branch of the Manchester a Independent Order of Oddlellows as important meeling at Moroncy's Hotel on Monday night. when were visited by ttle district offi from Deniliquin. District Grand , Bro, Hutton, Deputy District Mlaster, Bro. Jones, P.D P.G Bro. - Wilkiinon (Koonlrook), PG., Bro. eietquia), and Bro. W\ Harris ew) ere also present. Apolo Sor non-attendance were received 'lessrs 3. W. Chanter, F. J. Wood ir .1. E. George, medical officer. distjct oficcrs addressed the meet. at lenlth and pointed out the great lsi3 benefits of Oddfetllowship, lnstong the officers of the Barhaan S the progress it had made They I* tnled severa;l ales Inemabere y .1. Bio, Wikiursona also spoke a asteagns of Uddtellowslhip and th ile fInlilol of tlllowing ia hip a"i flsl lle seazed t"in otiporluanily e oinules' notice to mutor fum - rs e present at tie n teectne. teLrris (Eagletawk) eaadorsed nar tof theb previous visitors and S sthe incnlbranoch long success. C ni t, by P.G. Dro. C...
Hawthorne Bros., Ideal Boot Palace. Railway Time Table. BENDIGO TO KERANG AND SWAN HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 24 April 1914
Hawthorne Bros., Ideal Boot Palace, Railway Time Table. BENDIGO TO KERANG AND 8WAN HILL, Mon Wed Tues Daily Fri Sat TIa am pm pm p Melbourne (dep) ,6.40 ... 12.15 .. 1215 ,,, 4,5 Bendigo (arr) ... 11.20 . 4.47 ... 4.47 ., 8,1 (dep)' ... 11,52 ... 6.10 ... 6.10 ... Eaglehawk ... 12.8 ... 6.27 .,. 6.27 ... 15 Woodvale .... 12.22 ... 6 43 ... 6,43 ... 911 Sebastian : ... 12 31 ... 6.54 ... 6.55 ... 12 Raywood :. _ ..-·12.42:'; ... 7.13 ... 7.20 ... 91 Tandara . 1 " .2.if57... 7.30 ... 7.40 ,,. 8, Dingee ... . .. 1,6 . . 7.42 ... 757 ... 9J Prairie ... ...: .,16 ... 7.55 ... 8.15 ... 01! Mitiamo (arr) .. . . 1.27 ... 8.9 ... 8.29 ... 111 (dep) - ... 1.47 ... 8.54 ... 8.47 ... IM Mologa . r :.. 1.56 .., 8.37 ... 9.3 ... 1, Pyramid Hill ...1 215 .. 9.4 ... 9.30 .,, ll Mincha ... ... 2.27 ... 9.16 ... 9.45 Macorna ... ... 243 ... 9.35 ... 10.9 ... ll Tragowel ... ..... 2.556 ... 9.49 ... 10,25 ,,. ll, South Kerang ... -3.4: ... 9.59 ,,. 10,35 .. 11,i Kerang (arr) -; . 3.13 .. 10.16 ... 10,...
SWAN HILL HOSPITAL [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 24 April 1914
SWAN HILL HOSPITAl The following are the he' the footracing events in with the Hospital Fete,toh Monday. 27th April: Sheffield Handicap, 10 Barkmeyer 5yds; H J. 7yds; E. Boys, loyds; 0 0. O. Wilson, llyds; 0. W. S. Stewart. H. Mnr Stewart, 12; P, D.novan,H A. Chein, 18yds; tI P Dunstan, 18hyds; T. Les 14yds; E. Gassard, E. D. Fraser, 14½yds; J. Brili V. M'Phee, R R. M'Fed Sprint Handicap, 7yds meyer, 2yds; H J Sdi E. Boys, 5½yds; , Pe Wilson, 6½; C. Stockds Stewart, J. R. Stewart Donovan, J. Nield, 7½yds; J. Dunstan, T. Lewis, l8y R. Fraser,81yds; G.Day, Sandiford, 6yds; SteD Stookdale, 10yds; Joni Nield lyds; Donovan, li son, Lewis, 13yds; Shey D)onnelly, ) yds. Novice Hardle Rsce,10 6yds; Stewart, Donoi; Johnson, Lewis, 8yds 9yds; Hair, Garsed, D? Fraser, 11yds; H. Davie,
ECHUCA LINE. [Monday] Wednesday, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 24 April 1914
EOHUOA LINE. Monday3 Wednesday, Friday. Close Received from Combienbar... 1?A30 p.m3 Kerang East 10.30 6.30 Onllen ... 10.30 6.30 Milne's Bridge 10.30 6.30 Koroop m.. 10.30 6.30 Cohuna ... 10.30. 6.30 Wee Wee Rup 10.30 6.30 Leitehville ... 10.30 6.30 3unbower Estate 10.30 6.30 GQnbower" ... 10.30 6 30 Torrumbarry 10 30 6.30 Patho ... 10.30 .-6,30 EBhuao ... 10.30 6.30 wKo Swamp 10.30 -6.30
DAYTON AIRLESS TY[?] A BOON TO MOTORIS[?] [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 24 April 1914
DAYTON AIRLESS A BOON TO 10TO On his recent trip to A. 'Kenny, of this town sq agency of a motor tyre, the which claim that it witl n:, pneumatic tyre now in gee; motors. The first shilpment tylte is now to hand, and made with it show that are in every war satisfacti regard to smootlmess ofri lightness of draught. In latter feature, an experiment, here by Air W. Dunn and A five-mile route was take ordinary pneumatic tyre, a1, distance on preciseli the was covered with the nera On computing the amount oi it was found to be in favre less tyre by over five per ? other words, the car shed , tyales went a distance five Pi thlr with the same amound The new tyre, specimens of ' be seen at Milne Bros'., thend shop, has, instead of the ci flated tube, a series of see? pads closely fitted together, respond to all tihe irreaoua. road equally as well as th? while the danger of a 1 the many other lyre trouble to the old style are entirely a. durtbility is also much a the tys s are guaranteed dq ...
MURRABIT LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 24 April 1914
MURRABIT LINB. Close Rovd Mon Fri Tue Sa Roberts-Hannah 10.30 4.30 Gonn Crossing 10.30 3.30 Gonn Station P.B. 10.30 4.30 Murrabit ... 1030 4.30 Ross Bros. P.B. .10.30, 4 30 Leaura 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 Westby Park ... 3 30 11
PICNIC RACE MEET[?] [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 24 April 1914
PICNIC RACE The following entri6 received by the Secretsr, Manning, in conneCtio Picnic Race Meeting, to Park on WednesdaY neI the building fund of the TaxA Lgenes Witness MOO The Grainger ?t Rosemettus Willowwood EG Indefinite c8eneshifter The Drone. UANDIOAP Kilkenny oC Equality . Wee Johnny amt4 Grand Lady . Kitty (late Rosetta) ' Lanses' BOsiO Sir Lachlan ?i, Miss Lastcombe B Luxton 1 o The Crisis 4 Caroun Gilft Miss Colin Iudefinite. PosY BACS, Mick BUi Lady Mane peol Wee Model Sh5 No Name. F?,? g: FLYING Witness Woorret Caroun . Miss Colin id Giftess s Lady Mana ýillatiBal
MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 24 April 1914
MELBOURNE. The jury in the Coroner's court committed Frederick Wigley, chaffeur, for trial for the man slaughter of Conrad Cozelmann, who was killed by Wigley's motor while stepping off a tram car in South Yarra. In the divorce case of Arthur Kirby, mining assayer, against his.wite, Alice Jane, the respond ent appeared in court to-day, and denied that she left her husband because of her infatuation with spiritualism. As a matter of fact she did not believe in spiritualism and left her husband because of his threats to shoot her. Kirby was not in court, having left for Tasmania yesterday on business. Mr Justice Cussen adjourned the case, saying, after hearing res pondent, he was disposed to ac cept the husband's view. Beatrice Williamson obtained a divorce from William Williamson who is serving sentence for hav ing shot her in Richmond recently. The Rev. A. R. Edgar, a noted Methodist cleric, died .to-day, aged 64 years. Elizabeth Strack, of Ivanhoe, commenced action for.a thousand p...
The Methodist Mission. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 24 April 1914
The Methodist Mission. The mission commenced on the 19th inst. in the Methodist Church by the Rev. Val. Trigge has been very success ful to date, and notwithstanding the in clemency of the weather the attendance at each service has been very satisfactory. On Sunday-morning a holiness service was held and all present were greatly in spired and hdlped by Mr Trigge's power ful address on the character of Barnabas. In the afternoon a combined Sunday school scholars' meeting was arranged and in response to the appeal to live a Christian life, over 30 young people de cided for Christ. At the evening ser vice there was a very large.gatheriug and Mr Trigge's ,splendid sermon was well appreciated and there were further deci sions. All the week night services have been vell atttended and good work is be ing done by the missioner, who has the gift of commanding the full attention of his listeners as well as that attractivencss* that counts for so much in the pulpit. Mr Trigge also leads the si...