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SMALL EXCHANGES TELEPHONE HUMOR [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 17 January 1914

ST ALL EXCHANfES :. TELEPHONE HUMOR' . What is the smallest telephone ex change in, the world?,' A. member of "The Daily "Mail" staff, turning .over the. pages of the telephone directory came across the Castlebellingham area, which contains but three subscribers.. However, it is' a fine, big, fat, lusty name, and evidently impressed the Post: Office, - for. the entry- in the directory begins like this: "Castlebellingham area, including Castlebellingham. Public Call -Officel Castlebellingham." . A brave effort to give the. entry fur ther scenic importance is made. by a lengthy direction asto what one must do in the event of faults and.service dilicultics, but tie melandholy fact re mains that a brewery, some corn mer chants, and Mrs Woolsey-Butler share Castlebellingham .exchange between them. We rang up Castlebellingham. "Trunks" operator'first wondered if we wanted Balham. We said, "No," and insisted politely on Castlebellingham, explaining that it was in Ireland, near Dundalk. . T...

Publication Title: Kerang New Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHILLINGOLLAH & ULTIMA TO BENDIGO [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 17 January 1914

UCHILLINGOLLAH & ULTIIMA TO BENDIGO Tues - Thur- Mon & Sat only am a m. Ohillingollah 6 40 1. Waitchie -, 7:10- i1 20` Gowan .. .735 -: Ultima . 8 40 2 30.. Moeatian ... 9 5 : 2 53 Lalhert ... - 194.-:3 30 Cannie ... 10 4 Quambatook 1047 .-4 40 Mon Wed Fri - Boort ... 1245 6 10 Bendigo arr 6 5 11 BENDIGO TO ULTIMA AND OHILLINQOLLAH. Mon Wed and Fri am Bendigo 1-. 12 15 Boore 5 20 - Quambatookl .. 6 ; 50 Cannio 7 13 Lalbert ... 4 Meatian :. ?8 .. Ultima .. . 9 10 Gowan 9 27 Waitchie ... 9 57 Chillingollah ... 10 35 KERANG AND KOONDROO0 TRAMWAY, ; Daily excepting Friday am pm IKerang (dep) 830- 4 Yeoburn .... 8 45 4 15 Hinkson's .... 9 4 30 Gannawarra ... 910 3 40 Koondrook (arr) 9 30 5 ,, (dep) 11 5 30 Gannawarra 11 15 5 45 Hlinkson's ... 11 20 5 55 Yeoburn ... 1140 6 10 Kerang .,. .12.. 6 30 Spm Kerang (dep) .. 8 5 jY'eoburn . 8 15 5 15 Hinkson's 8-30 5 30 Gannawarra - 8 40 5 40 Kooedrook (err)-...: 9 6 Koondrook (dep) 10 6 25 Gannawarra .. 10 15 6 40 Hinkson's .:. 1...

Publication Title: Kerang New Times
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SWAN HILL TO KERANG AND BENDIGO. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 17 January 1914

SWAN HILL TO KERANG AND :,BENDIGO. Daily - laily Swan Hill (dop) n12o Lake Boga ... - 12 24 p Mystic Park ... -:::.. -4 . : 12 48 Lake Charm ... - 1 11 Fairley 1 28 Kerang arr . 60 139 South Kerang . .. 10 Tragowel -6 21.. 2 19 Macorna ..63 ... 2 44 Mincha .. . 6? ? '::50-~-:.. 2 59 Pyramid Hill °{ -7 10 : 3 11 Mologa . . ... .7 33' . ':. : 3 29 Mitiamo (arr) . 7 45 . . -... 3 40 (dep) . 5 ... ... 4 Prairie 8=22 A.'.2 .. 4 15 Dingee a .i . .ag 8 36 rr . 4 27 Tandara r ...in a , -8 48 ..? 4 39 Raywood .. .;.. 9;18'' . - .. 5 Sebastian . 9 32 5 18 Woodvale ..8.94 5 29 Eaglebawk r . -. 0 6 Be ndig o ) =.. 10 45 ` . 615 (d p) . 19 . 6 50* Melbourne an . 3 55 10 55* SOn Mon Wed and Fri this train will leave Bendigo at 6 5 pm, arrivin n Melbourne at 9 59 p m NOTE-On Fridays a car is attached to the goods train leaving S man Hil -t6 a m and arriving at Kerang at 8 a m, returning from Kerang at 7 p m and arriving at Swan Hill at 9 pm

Publication Title: Kerang New Times
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Railway Time Table. BENDIGO TO KERANG AND SWAN HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 17 January 1914

Railway Time Ta blea. BENDIGO TO KERANG AND SWAN HILL. M?on Wed Tues -Daily Fri Sat -bur - am pm pm -.pm. . Melbourno (dep) 6.40... 12.15... 12 15 4.50 IBendigo (arn) 11:-... 47 447 .. 3 8 (dep) 511 52'.:: 6;10 .. 6 10 8. 45 Euglehawk 1:. 8:`r. 6 27:. 6`27 8-51 Woodvale 12 643 643 910 Sebastian .12 31. 654 . 6 55 - 9 20 Itaywood 12 42 - 7 713 =: 7920 9.30 Tandara 157 30 40 9 45 Dingee 1,6 7 12 .. 757 : 955 Prairie . ' 1 16 755 .815 Mitiamo (ar) 127 89 829 1023 ,, (dep) 147 854 847 10.33 Mologa .. 156 837 93 1045 Pyramid Hill .. 15 94 930 115 Mincha . 227 9 16-. 9 45 Macorna 43 .9 35 10 9 .. 11 27 Tragowel .5 9.49 K 10,5 -.. 11.42 South Kerang .' 3 4 ::9:9 ' ,'.10;35 ;... 11.52 Kerang (arr) 3 13 10 16 10 5 1 5 Kerang (dep) 3 38 Fairley ... .. 358 Lake Charm 4 18 - Mystic Park 4 31. Lake Boga . 5 1 Swan Hill 531 -

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LABOR AND LARKIN MR HAVELOCK WILSON'S VIEWS [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 17 January 1914

LABOR AND LARKIN MR -HAVELOCK WILSON'S VIEWS James Larkin, the Dublin strike lead er, has aroused active opposition from some English trade union leaders by his "fiery cross" tour in this country (say.A "Lloyd's Weekly, November 30). Notable protests have been made by Mr J. Havelock Wilson, president of the Sailors'-and Firemen's Union, and MIr J." H. Thomas, M.P., of the National Union of Railwaymen. - Mr Trosam, in a speech at Newton Abbot on Sunday, said Larkin's mnani festo was as ill-timed as it was unfair, as unfortunate as it was mischievous. If railway companies broke agreements the men would be justified in doing everything they could to deal with the situation so created, but, while they in sisted on the companies observing agreements, the men must adhere to the same code of honor. So far as the sympathetic strike was concerned, whei once the National Union of Railwaymen gave counten ance to that ,policy assuredly the end of their society had begun. - -Mr Havelock Wilson, ...

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VOLTURNO'S PROFITS MEN DIED DOING THEIR DUTY [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 17 January 1914

OL TURHO'S PROFITS MEN DIED DOING THEIR DUTY All Aspinanll K.C., for the owners, clharterers, and officers of the emigrant ship Volturno, which was burned in mnid-Atlantic on October 9 with a loss of 133 lives, told the Board of Trade in quiry into the disaster yesterday (says "The Daily Mail" of December 12) that in three years between £S000 and £10,000 were spent on the upkeep of the vessel, which in that time earned a profit of about £30,000. Counsel cited a letter from the secre tary of the Jewis\h Women's Associa tion as evidence that although they had lost husland, children, and be longings. womnen emigrants were satis flied with the behavior of the crew. Small blame might be attahled to the stokers who rushed on deck.at the first alarm of fire, but they immediately re turned and stuck pluckily to their work, though they knew that if the ship went down they would be burnt in the coffin of their stoke-hole. A more remarkable act of bravery than Second-Officer Lloyd's trip to th...

Publication Title: Kerang New Times
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NEW SHAW PLAY. AUTHOR'S METHODS. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 17 January 1914

NEW - SIAW PLALY AUTHOR'S METHODS. It is a very little one, this new play of Mir Shaw's.. It lasts only, a trifle more than an hour, aiid that is inore than long enough (says the "Daily Telegraph"). It never attempts- to be anything more important - than roaring farce. .It never succeeds in being remark ably funny. Not for the first time you will envy the ease with which Mr Shaw is amused by his own wit He crams together good jokes and bad, inventions really comical and the most tedious banalitics. At any moment he may wahder off from a halpy' thought into the dullest irilling. To the fortunate author it is doubtless all equally funny, but you long to submit him to a dr'astic sub editor. ,lho idea for this farce was quite a lucky lind. Imagine a respectable Englishmian, just the kind of Eng lishmtian at whom the 'comic papers have been lauighing for years, thrust into the presence of the Empress Catherine, that lady of innumerable lovers. There ought to be plenty of fun in that. MIr...

Publication Title: Kerang New Times
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[?]OMEN SETTLERS [?]ALLEGED SCARCITY [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 17 January 1914

OMEN SETTLERS / *ALLEGED SCARCITY .siderable surprise has been cod among Australasiian and other :onlal officials in London by the Atement of Sir II. Rider Haggard, .t Sunderland Hlouse, that ill Eng land there is no surplus of lmarriage able women; and the surprise may be said to be of a painful character, by reason of his further assertion that he was speaking with the authority of the Dominions loyal Commission, which has recently inquired into the subject (says the . "Westminster Gazette"). At the ofilccs of the High Com missioner of the Australian Common wealth genuine astonishment was cx pressed. ."We take the view," said an official who has spent many years-in orga nising the efforts of Austratians to secure an adequate .supply of female aettlers, "that the difliculty is merely :111 extension of the: liomn- trouble. l'oung -women and girls, whom we en courage to go out to, Australia as domestic servants, are hard to findt be cause they are attracted to : other kinds of work. ...

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TO DO OTHERS GOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 17 January 1914

TO DO OTIHERS GO.D " h bare been iving igin S.v .Queens land for. thiften yearslt .writes Mir J. 1., Ti;ndalo, :editor, o:f .the (,Cuniiamlulla "W'atchnuarn,' "During t?hitltiue I have been subject to attacks of DiUt?trhoea and have always fouuld Cliainhorlailn's Colic 'ahd. Dihrluiioeai rnisedy .to quickly relieve'me.: lcair recommend it to any one suferipg 'friom tlat. complaintS You mayl use thin lette ;"as you see fit fo it is. wrltte .-to :do otlmrs good.' Sold by" al cheminsts and' sui'ekeepers,

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Murrumbidgee River. UNUSUALLY LOW. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 17 January 1914

9a? Murrumbidge fiver. UNUSUALLY LOW, Owing to the lowness of the MsAutun bidgee lithe alranald council has been compelled in order to get sufficient water to keep the pumps goipg, far a town sup plyv, to put a sandbag damrn ,across the river. This work was successfully car r?ed outn Moi itonday last, The last time this method of increasing the supply was resoorterl to was during the big drought of 1902. As a result of this datm the water w\ill be raised froonm 11 to f2 inches for. 12 or1 14 miles back. The ri;ver is 2( 2itii below:summer level At. hay the ollicial;reading is.22- inches below usunner level: In 1903 thle water fell- to 30 iniches belo\ su::oimime level!, ansd it is i'nticipateuil that .the arecord will beh: cqulled'?lh s .yeasr olbes ripag =.to thea resiet low state of lbh ret. and?i?id th impounding .B of the ewater. at Lurru juch. sidt Bcreinbed high er: up ? f tieaind,m the ?'li tranild IRecorder" alibrtie"t follois ? :Whblat-hlas lbecome 'hasUr omuch talk ed of r...

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DISORDERED LIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 17 January 1914

DISORDERED LIVERII "For disorders of the 'lier, aid' stoim ach thele is no better inedicine thaq Clamnberlnip's Tablets,". writes Mlrs Mar gprbtt J.. Watson, Emerald, Q. "1 suf ferpd with bad. headaches caused by a disorllered liver. Hearing my customers speak so highly bf Chamberlain's Tablets I thougtit Iw?uild hty what they would do for me., After the first few does I noticed an imprijqvemen, and after I had taken a couple of 'boexs found myself quite rehlieved of headarh-s which have not returned.." Sold by all chemists and storekeepers, SIPM'LY WONDERFUL. "My little gist Zelda siffered so coll tinuoiusly with cOm'up that I began to tih(jik she would never get hetterd' w,rltes Mrs Gauultletl, i1i6 Adelaide Road, Newtown, N.Z. "Seeing Chiamberlttin's Cough Remedy adve?4ised I thought I would tev it and could see a change in her straight away, It is simply won dcitful how quickly Chamberlain', Cough Remedy relieved the child." Sold by all chemists and storekeepers,

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Should the Tango be Danced? [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 17 January 1914

Should the Tango be Danced? " Everylady's Journal" has been making a habit of late, to o.nsult a number of leading authorities upon various topics of vital interest, cno publishing a digest of their views, In the February number just to hand, for example, the question of modern eanc ing was discussed, with particular re ference to the Tango anu other freak dances. Opinions are expressed by leaders of the Church anti such not ables as theo Mayor of.St Kilda; r iss Jenny Brennau, the mistress of the ballet of Her Majesty's 'Iheatre; Mr R. O. Clack, the general secretary of the Y.M.C.A. ; Mrs Fairbairu one of the leaders of Melbourne society; and Mrs Mary Gilmore, the well known Australian poetess, who lived fcr some yeare in South America, where the Tango found it, origin. This col lection of views makes admirable read ing, and it is illustrated with a num ber of first-class photographs. The general opinion seems to oe that, on the whole, dancing is improving rather than deteriorating...

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COHUNA LINE. Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 17 January 1914

COHUNA LINE. Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays Closes Received p.m p.m. Seang East- 3.45 12.30 ,.Combienbar ... 3 45 12.30 , - :, "Allambee 3... -:3.45. 12.30 :Mines 1 Bridge . :: 45 :12.30.,, Oulien:: . 3 45 12.30_ Cobhuea . 3:45 12.3.

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ECHUCA LINE. Monday Wednesday, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 17 January 1914

AnuuuA LlINE. ;ltonday] Wednesday, Friday. Close Received from Combienbar... Ip.n0.p . erang East 10.30:-'6 630 ullen ... 10 30:. 6.30 Milne's Bridge 10.30 6;30 Xoroop ... 10i30 6.30 C ..na .. 10.30 ::6.30 TeeWTee R,p ' 10,30 6:30 Leitchvillo 10.30:- 6.30 Gunbower Estate 10 30 6 30 Gunbower ... 10;30 6.30 Torrurbarry :1030 6.30 EehO ... 1030 6.30 0hac .., 10.30 . 6.30 o" Swamp 10,30. 6.30

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MACORNA TO APPIN. Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 17 January 1914

Si ACORNA TO APPIN. I Tiiesdays; Thursdays and Saturdays. Leaves Macorna 7.30 a.m., arrives Appi, l10 a.m. Leaves Appin 10.30 a.m., arrives Macorna 12.30 pum.

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MURRABIT LINE [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 17 January 1914

- - URRSABIT LINE : c Cose Rcvd -Moi Fri Tue Ba :Roberts'Hnnah h-' 10.30 4.30 Goni Croaingg .10 30 3 30 ::;'Gon St tion P.B. 10.30 4.30 .Mirrabi it .- 10 30 4.30 -_Ross?ros P:B. 10.30 4 30 Leura P.B. .... 10,30. 4.30 -Dawe'sPB. 1030 :-4.30 :apel's r Crosing .:.:10 30. 4.30 Desp atched ::Recived ' from ' ';on :ri :: Mon Tues p.m am eatby Park 13 30 11

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LAKE CHARM & SANDHILL LAKE. Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 17 January 1914

LAKEi CHIARM & SANDIIILL LAKE. -'`Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Leaves Lake" Charm 11 a.m., arnves Sandhill Lake- 2 p.m. Leaves Sandhill Lake 8.30 a.m., arrives Lake Charm 10.30.

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BRANCH MAILS. LAKE CHARM TO BENJEROOP. Wednesday and Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 17 January 1914

BRANCH MAILS. LAKE CHARM TO BENJEROOP. 'WVednesday and Saturday. :Leaves Lake Charm 6 a.m., arrives at Benjeroop 8.15 a.m. Leaves Benje roop 9 a4.m., arrives Lake Charm 11.

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Teamster's Serious Accident. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 17 January 1914

Teamster's Serious Accident. "Mortiner Parmenter, who is employed by Mr Morrison, of Murrabit, when driv ing a team of horses along Boundary Street, near the Kerang butter factory. on Friday, found that his reins were entangled, and in order to adjust them walked along the shafts between the two shalt horses. ln doing this he   slipped and fell, and his feet got jambed between the shafts, he was dragged head downwards along the metal road. In order to protect himself he put his hands over his head, the result was that they were terribly lacerated, his head also being cut about by con tact with the metal. After a little while the shaft horses swerved a little and freed the unfortunate man's feet, and he fell on to the road in a semi conscious condition, in which state he remained for some time. Fortunately, the accident was witnessed by several people at the factorv, who at once went to his relief. Parmenter was carried into the factory, where first aid was was applied a...

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KERANG GUN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 17 January 1914

KERANG GUN CLUB. Tbe Kerang Sparrow and p Club held two very succofuli1 *pen handicaps at galahs on Thlurs' ..ast. The conditions were one a a .aation and one star. The birds a strong lyiug lot. r"Jmes" "Tex' Carruthera shob excoption well in the firs.evront, for which th were 28 nominations. Results as i < w : 6 James," Melbourne, 2!J yds, -10; " Tax' Carruthers, Korang, 21I £10; 16 kills. r s, 1 " Strathfieldsaye," Koondrok, 211 y'ds, £5 ; 14 kills. B Brown, Maldon, 21 yds, £5 14 kills. " Oraigie," Majorca, 26 yds, ', 10 kills. "'Karyric," Pyramid, 21) vda, £y 10 ki Is. " G. Bewell, ,Maldon, 21 yds, £. 10 kills W. Daish, Kerang, 28 yds, i; 10 kills 2nd £50 Open Handicap, resulid as follows: " Strathfieldsaye," 241 yds, Iion. *rook, £8 10s; 8 kills. P Clayton, Kerang, 25 yds, £8 10; 8 kills. "Sunnydale," Kerang, 241 J 18 10s; 8 kills. F. Clayton. Kerang, 241 yds, £3 10, 8 kills. " Scrivo," Kerang, 27 yds, i6; 7 kills. W. Daish, Kerang, 26 yds, 1;, 7 kills. "James," 1Melb...

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