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COMMERCIAL. COHUNA STOCK SALE. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 1 May 1914
COMMERCIAL. COHUNA STOCK SALE. Tuesday. William Wallace and Co. re port :-A good yarding came to hand for to-day's sale when there was a splendid attendance and competition for all classes being keen at slightly improved rates, beefy stuff realizing high prices. We yarded 174 cattle, 15 pigs, several fat lambs and a quantity of sundries and succeeded by auction and privately in dispos ing of most of the yarding'at the following quotations:-Good pens cows, £7 9s to £712s; medium do, £6 5s to £7 1s; fat heifers, £6 to £7 is; lightweight bullocks, to £7 9s; heifers in lines, 2w-yr-old, £3 15s to £4 13s. steers, 2yrs. old, in lines, to £4 3s; springing heifers, £4 15s to £7 7s; cows (milkers), £5 10s to £6 12s; lines of young cattle, 30s to 38s 6d; pens of vealers, to £2 12s 6d; poddies, 13s to 20s; bulls, to £7; fat lambs, 22s to 24.; others, to 20s; suckers, small, 15s 8d to 16s; turkey hens, 7. 3d per pair; gob blers. 12s; do. roosters, 2s 7d; and a quantity of sundries at market rat...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 1 May 1914
Our Beautiful MILLINERY. I t r3 I Our eniendid show of New Spa ao'sM llinery has proved a great sucest. This is the more gratif;ing as we re the seec:tio of of this millin eStr ct hogrnt, 1 aiming to get all tat was ret at lowest piteible s :id when auvh hign.grade milin Sriit wh-:p- to-tate in style and y S'onI l pric, is mace avi-. abe to tesies of grroo taste, succea. is the o eiy poth"be reaslt. We have new rnc'lels continually arrivng. and laes who have not i yet obtained their New Season's Hats should lose no time in visiting cur ahowroms. Thne very best of the Milliners Art is here displayed. S;E T1 N~W MODELS JUST - - - ARRIVED. - - We are now opening up some mnore CHOICE SHAPES that must pease you. The great range in Price sand Styile allows easy selectoln. We are picase f£: you to sce this beautiful aew Millinery even if you are not a buyer. "mThe torEe BROS," "T :'he Store that Serves you Best," ;M u U-r;~l5- ~ f~~B ! acUsd-ig PAR AFdN The Great LeaIxcarTs for all !·i IS~...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 1 May 1914
A MATTER OF IMPORTANCE To all men who value their appearance, is to select a successful Tailor with modern ideas. Our Suits are pioduced with the most exacting Scare, with special regard to the indi viduality of the customer. The S/AIRTEST STYLES are Always Introduced ( with due respect to the customer's taste. Our list of satisfied customers contin* uously grows. Let us tailor you to youirr ideal of a perfect!y cut and finished suit. ii'" New Season's Materials 1ow showin . * Iasp ct'thcm-they are specially good, fI SHWIC & EDWARDS :TYLBR S Drapers, Clothiers, eostumiers, merchant, Tailors. OUR IMR SCHIER will be showing the latest range of Samples at the GILBERT CLUB ROTEL .on Friday Next, APRIL 211 aYou can be Dressed Right up to the Times by .a 11,13, 15, T17, Bridge Street, BALLARAT, PERFECT PIB FENCE TV A strain at any poains a omnty shared oy be whole area of a panoel,. The leverage oftarpig's enons at the foot of Lha fana would therefore be applie. against the combin...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 1 May 1914
.BEREAVEMENT cOTICE.- - M Rs THOS BENNET & Family d , sire to tender their heartfelt thanks to their many friends for their kind expree sco a of smpzathy, cards, letters. and tele grams, acd to especially thank Dr~ M' ELiry and George, Nursn H?udsc-, 5:r J Reilly, Mr Vist6aini, Mirs Roberti, end Mrs DU.n holm fLr their kikdnres and attention in their wl bere-vimment, g-erang get iuimes PUBLISHED TUESDAYS & FRIDAYS, FRIDAY, 1st MAY, 1914.
Church Services SUNDAY, MAY 3rd. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 1 May 1914
03aiarc33. Ser~vices SLD.LY, 31AY 3rd. Preebyterian.-Kerang, 11 and 7.30, Wandella 3, Rev G. R. Jones. Church of England-Cohuna, 11 and 7.30; Mead Public Hall, 3, Rev R. H. Simmonds. Congregational -Leitchville 11, Hor ton 3, Cullen 7.30, Rev Edgar Baker. Baptiat.-Kerang 11 and 7.30, Ben jeroop 3, Rev T. P. Trinham ; Macorna 7.30. Mr Sharp; Lake Charm 11, East Benjeroop 3, Tresco 7 30, Rev. C. Urquhart; Lake Charm 7.30, Mr Youl den.
CHILLINGOLLAH & ULTIMA TO BENDIGO [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 1 May 1914
CHILLINGOLLA1H & ULTIMA TO BENDIGO Tues Thur Mon & Sat only am am Chillingollah 6 40 . 1 Waitchie 710 120 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 ... 1245 6 10 Bendigo arr 65 11 BENDIGO TO ULTIMA AND CHILLINGOLLAH. Mon Wed and Fri am Bendigo . 12 15 Boore ... 5 20 Quambatook ,,, 6 50 Cannie .. 713 Lalbert ... 7 44 Meatian ... 8 9 MWFS Ultima ... 9 10 Gowan . 9 27 Waitohie ,;, 9 57 Qhillingolla f,,. 1Q 3
Quite Enough. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 1 May 1914
Quito -Enough. Mr. Irvin S. CobD, the Amlerican writer of short stories, returning fri'om a trip in the Western States, found that a close friend of his had fallen into the hands of the law. He hurried down to the friend's lawyers. "Why, Jack is the dearest, kindest, most honest man in the world!" he said. "You must call me as a- wit ness to his character." "Not while I'm his lawyer," was the reply. "I know just what would hap pen. The other man's lawyer would ask your occupation. And you would say, 'I'm a writer of fiction.' And the lawyer would get up and stand over you and look into the dark recesses of your heart for a time. And by and by, despairing of finding one sweet, aspiring thought in you, he would turn to the jury. And he would exchange an intelligent, libelloes smile wth the twelve. And then he would -sit down, 'rd. without even troubling to look in your direction. he would say, 'That is quite enough. Mr. Cobb. You may stand down.' " "Now, Charles, let us make up a list...
Proposed New Irrigation Area. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 1 May 1914
Proposed New Irrigat on Area. A well-attended meeting of land i- owners in the Tennyson district Swas held at the residence of Cr - Duncan M'Intyre last. Friday ' evening to discuss the advisa Sbility of applying to have the - Tennyson district proclaimed an ;irrigation area, with the privi leges and responsibilities enjoyed by Bamawm and other areas. Or M'Intyre presided, and the follow ing landowners were also present -Messrs J. Steen, W. Cant, J. Patullo, H. Jasper, E. Steen, L. A. and J. L. Worner, W. Rigby, A. M Kay, C. Sims, T. Brereton, and others. Mr G. B. Gibbs, en gineer in charge of the Rochester irrigation district, was also pre sent, and he was accompanied by Mr Cresswell, of the local office of the commission. A letter was read in connection with the mat ter from the, Water Supply Com mission in which it was stated that landholders would be ex pected to pay on the basis of those in force in the Bamawm district, viz., Domestic and stock rate of t is in the £, and an irr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 1 May 1914
FLA.NNELETTES. r ýq4 Beautiful, Serviecablo, economical Ilannclttes.ts Absolutely no other malerisl gives such ceneral winter satisfaction as dces Flanuelette. -! l C; `ý: ~ y n Consider the manifold uses of this material. r Consider the warmth and comfort of it, and the '" great diversity of effects procurable in it. Think of the strictly economical price of this material. As emphasised by our very Low Prics We have a really fine lot of Flannelettes just in. It was imnported direct from the mills, and so it is to be sold to you free of all middle ex penses Think of the savings you will therefore make. All the latest designs, effects and colors are represented in our stock. You cannot do without Flunolette this Winter. There is no other material that will do as well at tha price, and our stock cannot be excelled; nor can the prices be less anywhere. For Blouses, Zhildren's Underwear, Dressing Gowns, Jackets, Etc, Etc, And for a dozen and one other articles of apparel, you will fin I...
MISSION SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 1 May 1914
MISSION SERVICES. tpecial ervices conducted lodith cl Trigge in the Me los church were brought to a senceof t day night in the isat'ian lrge gathering of eothple when the sacra inist? Lord's Supper was Sdecidedo all present, and tr in theto istal the family 'sotestfied omes, and several edrec8e as to the help they ad Bilfroem the addresses The Sundks of the missioner. Snlallday services in the he afere ell attended. In tial itan Mr Trigge gave his tring ofo men only to a l of about 80 men whose ?uinag Was a treat to listen ST Gre .evening he spoke 0'he Gret6 Question." e Overab erion have been teot oduring the mission, SPea ,ded church every reatedks iumes for the .Ihe ficial. iKerang. 'is aleo' satide of the mis astla aisflactory, and a ,0the ivanlib . l be forwarded ,lllt, ca committee as
PRESERI[?] WILLIAM'S GIAN[?] GRENADIERS. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 1 May 1914
G GENADliES. There is a tragic story of the l:id napping of a ccrtain caIcienter iat Julich by King 'Federick: of Fressial's 1i recruiiiting oflicers. While pas: lg through the little town of Ju;iclh, ini Prussian Rhineland, one of the veteran spies saw a. very tall carpenter. A brief conversation wil.lh the young man F soon convinced the rascally recruiter tnat it would be useless t. attempt persuasion or bribes; so, - givilig out that hlie was a trader, hlie asked, the workman to make him a very long box. On calling a couple of days j later hlie expressed the opinion the; the chest was not six feet eigh: long. "Oh, I'll soon settle that," re sponded the carpenter. "Why, i1 six feet six inches myself, and I'I guarantee I can easily get into tie box." As Hompesch, the sham. mer chant, still expressed doubts as to tliht length of the box, the unsuspectint Scarpenter laid himself down- in it when the recruiter promptly placed tit lid oil, and before the surprised waor> mean could e...
CAVE FURNISHED LIKE A PALACE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 1 May 1914
CAVE FURNISHED LIKE A PALACE. For several yeares past a very wealthy but eccentric American far mer has been using a cave as a dwell ing house. It is probably the most palatial cave in the world, and is fit ted up with all modern conveniences, including hot and cold water, electric fans, clectric lights, and steam heat. He discovered the cave at the top of a mountain 1700 ft, high. It is 78 ft. long by 25 ft. wide, and 32 ft. high. The walls are of beau tiful granite, which has been hand somely polished. The ceiling is 40 ft. thick. The front of the cave is of glass, which the owner and occupant put in, together with hardwood floors. The flues for the cooking range past out through the mouth of the cave, and extend outward a distance of nearly 410 ft. Movable screens permit the increase and reduction of rooms at the pleasure of the occupants. A fine spring at the top of the mou-. tain furnishes water through a p-ri vate system of waterworks. This novel dwelling was completed .bout t...
Imagination. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 1 May 1914
imagination. r4 The doctor was baffled and the case a t seemed almost hopeless, and after a, many different prescriptions the pa- h tient still said that his health was not y improving. The complaint was not o of a serious character, and after much a tthought a happy idea seized the doc- s tor. He would try his patient's pow- , ers of imagination, and approached e him in this manner. S "Now, my friend, when I call upon , you again will you say 'I imagine I ti am a little better to-day,' when I in- h quire after your health?" . The patient replied in the affirma tive. The doctor called in a day or two and asked the patient as to his con f dition. P He replied, "I imagine I am a little Ii better to-day, sir." "That's right," said the doctor. "Now fl the nest time I call, will you say '1 Imagine I am a great deal better than I was the last time you called,' which, c accordingly, the patient did. a
MELBOURNE G[?] MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 1 May 1914
MELBOURNE MABRKET. Wheat, 3s 9ýd; o5t 1OHd; feed,I s 9d LAWN TOOIN Mead journeyedto last and played a f the Kerang gents1 presented by four played a six team l enjoyed and a very c Afternoon tea "89Paoij G. awthome suits : Schier and obinsor and Kuhn, 5-9' an tb G. Hawthorne, and Burke, 9-8. bj at6 Lewis end Schier Hawthorn 9- ano Kn uhn 4. 6. l, Soer a n d RobinsoI L. O'Brien, 3-64 et Total, Kerang 4g 2 sets 35 games. 2 sets 4 games, d . The firstsd mS tifea of the Mead
THE ARAB'S SIGN. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 1 May 1914
THE ARAB'S SIGN. During the Egyptian War of 1S82 the warship holding the high road to Jerusalem at Kantara, in the Suez Canal, was surrounded by an atmo sphere of hostility. The one and only hotel in the place seemed to be the re fuge of all the denizens of the desert. A careful watch had ever to be kept, the men were under arms at night as well as day, wild shouts and rushing of feet, strange bugle calls and whist ling were heard at night; the fresh provisions coming from Port Said every night were rushed by the prowl ing Bedouins on the banks. the whole or part of them taken. At timer the desert seemed to be alive with small parties of Arabs on the prowl, always at a safe distance, but nevertheless near enough to get on-, the men's nerves. This state of things continued for a month, when suddenly an event oc curred which changed the whole as pect of the situation. One night the proprietor of the lio tel came on board wringing his hands with grief. An important operation had to be ...
HOW TO AVOID NEURALGIA. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 1 May 1914
HOW TO AVOID NEURALGIA. Two of the commonest causes of neuralgia are neglected decaying teemi and eye-strain. it may be that no one partcular tooth is badly decayed, there may be no actual toothache that the sufferer can point to as the rea son for those shooting pains about the cheek or jaw, which he endures almost nightly. Nevertheless, in about 50 per cent. of the cases the teeth are at the root of the trouble. Clearly the dentist in such cases is the right doctor, and as a rule a me dical man wvill send his patient to tihe dentist. Many people whose Ineural gia is due to eye-strain are not con scious of anything the matter with their sight, it may be only when they seek medical advice that the sugges tion of eye trouble is made to them; they go to the oculist, glasses are pre scribed, and the neuralgia disappears. w'e may be in a certain physical condition which renders us particular ly ready for neuralgia, the scale being turned by comparatively such small things as a draught o...
GOLF NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 1 May 1914
GOLF NOTES, InEightllours day a pleasant time IEpent en the local golf links, when ed fodrsomes were played over 12 is. The winning pair was Dr M'Eniry I rs Daiah, rhlEniry and Mrs Daich, 72-9-63 Irenenwood and Mrs M'Eairy, 68-5 ?oaley and Mrs Mackrell 82-18-64 ]tt and Mrs Bartlett 74-7-67 Richards and Miss Cadusoh 78-9-69 ddison and Miss Willas 78-9-69 leg and Miss Wallace 70-aer-70 3arford and Miss Rattray 76 - 5-71 luntjoy and Miss O'Donnell 81-10 nillan and Mrs Pay 84-12-72 opke and Mics M'Carthy 87-15-72, krell and Mrs Coates 01-9-82 elman and Miss Muir 108-16 On1 On Saturday Mr Pike was successfus 1alig a men's singles handicap ove aoles. The results aere aoe Pike 93-9 re 1ountjoy 93-5-88 1ddon 98-7?- g 10tckrell gg0--981 Ponley 107-15-92 lan 98-5-93 reoe wood 98-_93 A chrds 1058-897 'awf ord 108-11-97 Sc1tt100-5- 101 noberti 101-ser-104 'IEniry 108-scr-108 Bttt 120-9-111 $OPke 147-27-120