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[?]LATER, BY WIRE.1 [?]CION IN JOHANNESBURG. [?]AL LAW IN OPERATION. Melbourne, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 16 January 1914
ATER, BY WIRE.1 ION IN JOHANNES BURG. L LAW IN OPERA TION. Melbourne, Thursday. o of coercion is reported ig at Johannesburg. rades Hall contaiis 300 Ily armed, who are re o resist all attempts to e building. lice have them isolated sider the men there as n gaol. The socialist red es over the building. rter, who obtained access, leader, Bain, and his s express the determina to give in. but the water short. s attempting demonstra he street were charged olice with bayonets, and when two were woun ne of the police were in omfornein where martial vails, strikers are not al leave their houses. rs near Durhan who an engine and maltrea e fireman, fled when ed by the military who rested a signalman who the train and sentericed years gaol.
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 16 January 1914
PUBLISHED TUESDAYS & FBIDAYS, FRIDAY, 16th JANUARY. W\hen the imulltrings a'nd rumblings of discohtcnt are hlard in a community, nothing so quickly clears the. air ts the icentilation of the subilject which is the alleged cause of the grumbling, in the public 'press.: Recently.. we havein hlad a very spitdled controversy carried on i:n our columip conccaiing motor ists/ ,We venture to think the ex changes o oopifnipn' and facts brought to light will do much' good. " Safety," 'in -his fist's lette,'i voiced the ..pinion of- a large niumiblr of people in the dis triclt, .a d but for tlb:e correspond ence arising fnom "Safety's" .letter it is probable tllit :they would hav\-e con tinued to hold opinion*) whichi proved to be not well grounded. Thulqugh the agency of the coh.r espondel'ce which ensued, on the publication: of "Safety's" letter, .lighLt has been thrown on 'the circumstances mentioiedd ther!ein. It has been definitely ascertained aind made public that the unfortunat...
[?]eat Strike in South Africa. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 16 January 1914
eat Strike in South Africa. a majority, 4 to 1, the s Unionists of the Trans Orange,oFree States and have decided on a general So far the Cape Pro is not affected. Itis under that the Cape Federation call a strike if they think ,stances warrant - such . Almost immediately after trike was announced the nment issued a proclama eclaring the Transvaal, and Orange Free 'State martial law. The military ities have 70,000 - men arms to meet any emer The Baker's Union is prohibition against sup the defence forces the police with bread. 1 law being declared this ve no effect. as if bread is or anyone, the authorities ze and appropriate it to of the forces under arms. thousand troops are con ed at Johannesburg and e line of reefs, and a.large are engaged on patiol n the protection 6f the thousands of miles of in the affected areas, tis feared may be blown strikers, in dangerous at bridges, in cuttings, et,. ral Smuts; Minister of I and Defence, in address Committee of Public said he was loth t...
"The Ministers Sweetheart." [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 16 January 1914
'"The Minister s SwcetheArf." As notified elsewivhord in our colunins the Phillip Lytlton DraImatic. Coinpany will appear iAn the Mechanics' H-all; 1Kcrang on Mon'day gnight next, 19th January, and. on thie following; Thurs day night, January 22Ond. Tie' piece to be plaled on --londa'y night is a new American dlma entitsed "The Minister's Sweeteait,,l " and oi ,Thurs day night they wil change it to "On the road to Fresco.' lBoth these pieces are now being pltyed for the fiist timne in Australia, and the p.ress throughout the north-east 'of Vcictoria speaks very highly of them. T eolve Metropolitan artists and sixteenl ckhildien appear in the former pidce, which;, according to exchanges, is an exceedicngly. funny yet powerful dlamtna. As this company is an establishied favorite in Keranig it should meet with large houses here., Cricket. The fhllowing will represent Kerang in the match against Wandella on Satur day :-Bartlett, Scott, Addison, Drum mond, Henry, Grover, Iielssll, Yeo, H...
Proposed Railway to Gonn Crossing. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 16 January 1914
Proposed Railway to Gonn Crossin IBi In connection with the movement for a p railway from Kerang to Goun Crossin dr we received yesterday the following letter 3d t from Mr Angus, M.L.A., addressed to riki him by the Chief Engineer for Railw5S ped Although the letter was dated 7th inst., t Mr Angus states he only received it on ate. Wednesday last. af "With reference to the request of the deputation of 29th October, 1913, on the 1UI matter of the railway from Kerang to 4o Gonn Crossing, I propose making the ii spection referred to in the reply of the Minister next week, leaving Echuca for Balranald and Moulamein on Tuesdyo 13th inst., and will call at Gonn Crossing m'e on my return, probably on the Thursday afternoon, 15th inst."-Yours, eto' sev Maurice E. KERXOT, Chief Enginesfr s t. Railway Construction. t 3 Cc
Calendar for 1914. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 16 January 1914
Calendar for 1914. With this issue we present to our patrons our annual pictorial calendar. Subscribers who do not receive a copy are requested to advise us at once and the cause of non delivery will be at once inquired into. Dodder in Lucerne. In thle "Netw lTimes" wicndow is shown a :sample 'of lucerne whitch has been ailtacked by dodder.- The padtldock frAin woinch it was tlaken :has been urler lucerne cullivation fa'r -five years, anti io precionsi indiceation, of the presence of tifc weced had been noticed. L The owner hlas no idea hois it got into his plot. Bi-ds,- probably were the means by whiclh the seed was carried., or a single seed may have been planted with thle lucerne and the plandts gliatdu ally increased each year; It is gener ally considered by triictical farmers that thehe best ity. to get rid of (this destructive 1plant is to cut the lcuenjnce where thle dodder is growing, heap up straw on (hlie gtuicnd Trot whiclh , the lucerne has been cut ani set it on fire. I...
Kerang Bowling Green. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 16 January 1914
Kerang Bowling Green, ZTI1 Great interest is being taken in tb handicap tournament for trophies pre. stat sented by Messrs Mackrell and Cadusch now in progress. Seventeen pairs hav ist1 entered for the singles game. Up to the e T end of Wednesday night's play ten pain ful had completed their first round with the id :t following result:- a th Morton scr, beat Richards 4, 21--20 McCarthy 3, beat Manning scr, 22-1? on Pooley 1, beat Gray scr, 21-5. Rattray scr, beat Connolly scr, 21-15 as Drummond 2, beat Kelsall 4, 21-14, way Scott 2, beat Addison scr, 21-7. repo Radcliffe scr, beat Argyle scr, 21-14 thi Hawthorne 3, beat Christopher 4,'ade 21-16. not Barrell scr, beat Willan 1, 21-5. McEniry scr, beat Pike 1, 23-17. lyi It is expected that the first round will t1e be completed this week .11 ___________ e.p
The Rural Producers' Association. REASON FOR DISBANDMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 16 January 1914
The Rural Producers' Association. REASON. FOR DISBANDMENT. In the '"l"onthly News' 'lot Jalvuai!y .the followi:ng explanation is given ot the reasolis for disbandimeitt of the Rural IPrioducers' Association: "Our action in disbandiing has beep the. subejct of comment in naiy', let iers sice `received iy us, and in) no unstanc has the connent been adverse Each and every writer; expressing his owni or his branch's opinion, thinks we have done the very best thing, and the executive feels io slmall sense of grali licatioli at this apjproval oft anll action which was taken. in the full condiiction that it might meetl with disapproval, Ibut whiich it nevertheless felt to be the best course to puyuiie. To hand the few thousand nmembers of ou;r as sdciation-lock and stock into the hands of the union, would hava been enabling the union to reach thousanls of. pro ducers at one bltow, and-it would also have meant that those who were mom hers of the associationi. would have been penatised becau...
BALANCE SHEET OF KERANG PICNIC RACES, DEC. 26th, 1913. RECEIPTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 16 January 1914
BALANCE SHEET OF KERANG PICONIC RACES, DEC. 26th, 1913" RECEIPTS. £ sd To Gatemonies ... ... 153 7 0 S,, Privileges... ... ... 57 0 0 f ,, Entry fees ... ... 2613 0 .3 , Members tLickets .. 20 0 0 ,, Sale of programmes ... 22 8 0 ,, Bookmakers' fees ... 23 12 6 ,, Donation, G. A. Bence & Co 2 17 0 r £305 17 6 EXPENDITURE. 3 Ls d By Printing and advertising, TIaMEEs ... .8 3 0 ,, Printing and advertising, Observer ...... 5 13 0 S,, Printing and advertising, Swan Hill Guardian... 0 10 6 ,, Printing and advertising, Bridge 0 4 6 ,, Prizes ... ..... 52 0 0 ,, Chief secretary ...... 1 0 0 ,, Handicapper ... ... 2 2 0 r ,, Cemmissionon programmes 2 16 0. " Commission on sale of booths and advertising ... 4 12 6 ,, Harwood ..... ... 1 2 6 ,, Rent account ... ... 0 10 0 ,, Gatemen, labor, etc. ... 11 18 0 ,, Police ... ...... 0 10 6 ,, Petty cash ... ... 3 -10 0 ,, Secretary's salary ... 165 0 0 ,, Bank charges ... ... 0 9 9 ,, Balance ... ...... 195 15 3 £305.17 6 Audited and found...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 16 January 1914
Hawthorne B ý %ý'+'x; .- ' u I .ý'eu"3T. - . ý T T 1-4V ' P T~ ii W~ T L R T S "TeStr;ht P e ou(es F yýdt `.ý.cýu ýý .ýý Xra'' +ý tý "'s/% I, 0i111O0Wealtb at f aust tralia HEAD OFFICE -'-} SYDNEY lThis Pnkl is open for all classes of GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS at EQUITABLE BUILDING, COLLINS STREET, MELBOURNE Also at Pydney. Canblerra, Newcastle, Adelaide, Perth, lobart, Brisbane, Rockhampton, Townsville aid London. Cable remnittances made to, andrl drafts drawn on foreign places direct. Foreign bills negotiated and collected. Letters of credit issued to any part of the world. IBills negotiated or forwarded for collection. Banking and IExchange BIsloeneo of ever, description traensoted within the Commton. cdtihi, United kingdolm and abroad. Current accoonto opened. Interest paid on fixed deposits. Advances made against approved securities. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT Victorian Central Office t 317 COLLINS STR0ET, MELBOURNE. Branches in the above cities and 2,000 Agencies at Post Oflices t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 16 January 1914
hange of Sao ha g of a'u ýi t Eý.oY.. day now you will begin to feel out-of-so: Is and out f-style in your weather-worn winter sui. Why not E about tic carly ordering of a new Spring Suit ? You Apearance Depends on You! - ri your tastes are reflected in youreattire. To be onfident that you are faultlessly attired have us: ay r our new suit. NOWY is a good time to send or Latcst Potterns. Charges Moderate. BSWIC( & EDYARDS,"` ah Class Ladies' and Ierant. " k's Tailors 1 t0t e 3 erchant Tarilors. NOUNCE THE MAIL ORDER AND READY-TO.WEAR 0 .- SYSTEM. - ko advantage of it, and get the latest in SPRING FASHIONS P They, are now behig Ope ied Up. You can be pressed eight up to the Times by ., 13, 15, 17, Bridge Street, BALLAR,4 T, Ca Io1 Copl ete Horne Furnishers. .4.5tUMMER GOMiOR TS.M: - P STRETCHERS, SUN BLINDS,.. BAMBOO BLINDS, 'PRING ROLLER BLINDS, VENETIAN BLINDS, U ICE CHESTS. ING CAMP STRETCH.ERS in best Army Duck, folds intot ;.mail size, 15ibs-weight, 17s Gd each. -_ ( CHA...
Church Services SUNDAY JANUARY 18TH. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 16 January 1914
Churco1 Services SUNDAY JANUARY 18TH. Presbyterian.-Kerarg, 11 and 7.30 Tragowel 3, Mr A. G. Wilson. Methodist. - Kcirng 11. and 7.30, Koroop 3, Rev T. J. Payne; Macorna North 3, Mr Prior; Lake Meran .11, Appin 3, Mr Tarranb; Cohuna 7.30, Patho . 11, Gunbower 2 30, Rev. Eain Lee; McMillan's 11, Mr Olsen;-; Wee Wee Rup.3, Mri Price. Church of England-Cohuna, 11. and 7.30; Mead Public Ifal, 3, Rev R. H. Simmonds. Baptist.-Kerang 11, Supply; Kerang 7.30; Tragowel 11, Macorna 3 Rev.'C. Urquhart; Benjeroop 11, Lake Charm 3, Tresco 8, Rev. 'T. P. Trinhani.
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 16 January 1914
IN MEMORIAM. WALKIiINGTON.-In sad and loving mcmi ory of our dear uhusband and father; who passed away on 11th January, 1010. With patienice great he bore the .'pain That suffered huin to die. TAnd those that loved him here on oeari i Will meet hlim nby and ,byce Worthy of labtiig lore was Iic. From those he left behind; A belter falkor could not be, A father hPoie true aid kind -Inserted by his loving wife andi chil dren, E. and T. Walkington, Koond.'ook?
Wakool Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 16 January 1914
Wakool Shire Council. hle usual monthly Itseiitg of tho a -: w.s held at lie shire otie', n;a'emein, on the 7th inst. Pre r": Cr. J. 1. Brown (president), IR. M'Cneil, E. B Eagle, A B. Wood and HI R. Cameron. Correspondence. Amnou ast the criesponendac dealt Wi b we:O the f'llhwinc: ITrot A .aleshit1, applying on be half of J. I B:-us-n for permission to close and purchase load-The counci.':: polic, \Ss 'o refuse all suoh applications, and this was refused on the motion of Crs M'Connell and Wood. Front same, -n behalf of I). Murphy and H. A. Bailey: applications to enclose roads.- C santed provsided s_ es are ereced. From Pu5,lic Workst dI. :srtment, informing that aprov 1as bh:c gives to eha application of this Council of the sum of £500 as a epecial giant to carrv out works otinmsin roads.-Be ceived. From Water C nserration Consuis sion, :tating that anpplicstion lhad been received from John A. Andrew to erect a pump on the Murray, and that the matter was being referrsd to the loc...
Kerang Picnic Race Club & Alexandra Park Improvement Committee. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 16 January 1914
Kerang Picnic Race Club & Alexandra Park Improvement Committee. ----+-- A meeting of members of the above to which the general public had been :lvited, was held on Tuesday eveniing at the Town Hall. The altendanice was 3ood and a keen interest maintained in the procccdings thlrdoughout the meet big. The purpose of the meeting was . to receiev - the seciretary's report and balance-sheet and allocate the surplus. lrC. Willan (president) occupied the clair, and briefly explained the objects, of the nicctb1g TIle secretani, MIr CG "Ii Mlannig; read tIe report and balance sheet, as hereundeý : ALEXANDRA - PARIN IMPROVE MENT COMMITTEE. RECEIPTS. £ s4 By balance, 1912.... 166 6 3 Profits race meeting, 26/12/13 ... .. 195 15 4 £362 1 7 EXPENDITURE. £ a d To halanea due to contractor 134 4. 6 Pay, Ernest ... .. 0 8 0 Cleeltud, J F. ... ... 10 10 0 Woodruff, A. 1 8 0 ,,Jane F... ... ... 4 3 0 Messrs, Jas.. 18 3 6 ,Haunon, D. ... 5 12 0 Parmenter, C. A . 1 0 0 ,, Nancarrow, F. ... .......
Railway Time Table. BENDIGO TO KERANG AND SWAN HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 16 January 1914
SRailWay . Imae TtAble, BENDIGO TO KIERANG AND SWAN HILL, Mon Wed Tues Daily Fri Sat am . pm p..Tu2 Melb-nurr' (dep) 6.40 ... 12.1 .. 12 P Brnodigo (arr) 11.20 ... 4 47 .. 4.47 (dep) . 11.52 .... 6 10 6.1 610 Elaiehak ... 12.8 ... 6 .i Wood ale 12.22 1.. 643. 6-43 51 Sebastian .. 12:31 ... 6.54 . .55 910 tayvwood 12.42 . 7.13 . 7.20 9 Tandara ;12.7 ,730 . 7.40 "93 Dingee ..16 .42 . hs. 945 Prair ie ... 1 16'`. 7.55 ..8.15 95 Mitiamo (arr) 1 97 9 29 ..10 (dep) 'us147.. :.8.54 S47 10.14 lologa .1.6 .. .37 10.3, Pyramid Hill 215 4 ... 9.30 1 Miuncha 27 .916 9.45 Macorna 243 .. 9.35 ... 10.9 * 11. Tragowel 9 2455 49 10,5 11.42 South Kerang 3 ,34 . 9.5 ... 10.35 -*. 11. Kerang (arr) 3.13 .. 10.16 ... 10.55 12.5 Kerang (dep) .. 3 38. - Fairley ... ... 3.58 - Lake Charm ... 4.18 - Mystic Park .-.. 4.31 - Lake Boga - ... 5.1 ' - -. SwanHill . 5.31 -
COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 16 January 1914
COMMERCIAL. MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET, Dalgely and Co. repoit:-WHEAT: The market is considercbly firmer, and heavy sales are being made from the counlry ofo prompt delivcry. Locally there is not much wheat offeting, as most all 'the holders alt; inclined to take advantage. of tlihe ficee storamge. We quote Pr--mure milling w4oatM 3s 5,d `to 3s 61; good, do., 3ss 5f -to s: 5}d;nme duum, do, 3s 3d to 3s 4d; smutty and interiok lots, 3s to 3s 2d iperi buishel OATS.-Artrivals arce coming to hand more freely, but at the momeint owners are nather firm in tliheir ideas of value, and lprices have fttited:_. We: quote. Prime milling Algetuans, 1s 9,d to is 10d; good, do, 1s Pd; heavy feed, do, is 8d to 1s 8jd; light do, 1s 7- to, 1is 7}d; modium and off descriptions, 1s 61 to is 7d per bushel. BARLEY.--Wili the exception of malt ing Cape barley therm is not much busi ness being donfat at the present time, as owners 'ideas of values are consider ably above those being offered by malt sters. Tbhi...
SWAN HILL TO KERANG AND BENDIGO. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 16 January 1914
SWAN HILL TO KERANG AND BENDIGO. Daily Laily am noon Swan Hill (dep) 12 Lake Bogsa .. ... 12 - Mystic Park ... . - l24 Lake Charm . .. -" 11l Fairley - 1 28 Kerang arr 1..9 ,, dep . 60 2 South Kerang - . :. ; Tragowel 6 21"... .1. Macorna 6 85 -. Mincha .. 6"50 Pyramid Hill 7.10...'- . 311 Mologa 7 33-: 32l Mitiamo (arr) 7 45 340 8 ,, (dep) .. .. 8 5 .. Prairie 822 * 415 Dingee 836 4 . 1. Tandara . 848 4 Ray wood ... 9 18'*= Sebastian .. .. 9... 2Ir Woodviale 948 5 2 Eaglebawk r .. 10 20 .. 6 Bcndigo i .. 1045 6lb1 , (dep) 12 ... 6 50 Melbourne arr ... 3 55 .. 5I SOn Mon Wed and Fri this train will leave Bendigo at 6 5 pm, arrir. n Melbourne at 9 59 p m NOTE-On Fridays a car is attached to the goods train leaving Swan Ei at6 a m and arriving at Kerang at 8 a m, returning from Kerang at 7 p and arriving at Swan Hill at 9 pm n
CHILLINGOLLAH & ULTIMA TO BENDIGO [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 16 January 1914
CHILLINGOLLAH & ULTIMA TO BENDIGO Tues Thur Mon & Sat only am am - Chiilingollah 6 40 1 Waitchio '7 10 1 20 Gowan ... 7 35 - Ultima ... 840 -230 Mcatian ... 9 5 2 53 Lalhert ... 9 40 3 30 Cannioe .. 10 10 4 Quambatook . 10 47 . 40 Mon Wed Fri Boort ... 12 45 6 10 Eondigo arr 6 5 11 BENDIGO TO ULTIMA AND CHILLINGOLLAH, Mon Wed and Fri am Bendigo ... 12 15 Boorr, ... 520 Quambatook .. . 6 50 - Cannie ., 713 Lalbert 7 44 Meatian 8.. 8 9 MWFS Ultiina ... 9 10 Gowan ... 9 27 Waitchie ... 9 57 Chillingollah ... 10 35