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PATHOS OF LAST TURN WILL POWER TRIUMPHS. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 17 January 1914
PATHOS OF LAST TURN WILL POWER TRIUMPHS. In the old days at the Pavilion Mr Mark Melford, the brother of Austen Melford, often appeared in his sketch "Non-Suited," and at his farewell mati- nee at the Little Theatre yesterday he once more took the part of Mr Stur geon, K.C. (says the "Daily News" No- vember 28). The veteran actor is very ill indeed, and it was only by strength of will that he was able to take his last turn. There was still the same "dry humor in Sturgeon's cross-examination, and the same incisive asides. At the end of the afternoon, sur- rounded by his friends and those who had taken part in the performance, Mr Mark Melford recited his own poem on the Suffragette's hard path as pioneer. Miss Ethel Tilbury had to prompt him from the book, and it was pathetic to see how the sick man forgot his weak ness in the pleasure of declaiming his poem. Many actors have taken fare well of the stage, but none in such touching circumstances. There could not have been a hundred peo...
THE POULTRY YARD. ADVANTAGES OF EARLY MOULTING. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 20 January 1914
THE POULTRY YARD. ADVANTAGES. OF EARLY, MOULTING. Those who have just commenced poultry keeping and have some last year's birds would do well to realise what those with experience have learnt, that a hen which moults be fore the winter is more valuable than a pullet, because she lays large eggs, and generally quite as many of. them. It Is wise to induce hens to moult be fore the winter wherever it can be arranged. When the hens shed their feathers in the warm weather it is a saving of over '30 per cent., as the feathers grow so much more quickly when the weather is warm; not only that, but the birds are ready for the winter work, and it is not as difficult to get them on to lay then as it is when they have moulted late and have conse quently felt the strain more. Those poultry keepers who keep their fowls especially for producing eggs for the table and markets should get their birds in order for laying. Some people have an idea that it is too stimulating and leaves the bird weak, bu...
THE AMATEUR'S NEED OF ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 20 January 1914
THE AMATEUR'S'NEED OF ADVICE. Amateur poultry-keepers must not expect to succeed and find everything to go on smoothly at the first with out the aid of advice from some ex perienced person. This needs to be clearly understood. There is a great deal of knowledge to be. acquired in the work of poultry-keeping, and there is no one who knows so much that cannot still learn more, even af ter having had years of practical ex perience. Fanciers of wide experience are generally glad of hints from oth ers as to their ways and methods, and are ready and willing still to learn. Beginners, however, are often too self reliant, and will neither ask for ad vice nor yet take it if it is offered freely. The result is they make many blunders often before they have well begun, and thus blight their prospects of success completely. "A good beginning is half the bat tle." But to be self-reliant and plunge hastily into the work without thought and care at the start is only to pave the way to failure. Let...
HEALTH AND BEAUTY. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 20 January 1914
HEALTH AND BEAUTY. Cutting the eyebrows and lashes re sults in stiff, stubby hairs. Falling hair indicates some ailment of the nervous system. A paste of sweet almonds and ben zoin makes an excellent skin whitener. Soften the skin by applying cloths wrung out of hat water before using massage of cream. Iii removing wrinkles from the fore head, the inovement should be rotary and backward toward the temples. If your feet ache after dancing, soak them before you get into .bed in hot bay salt and water; dry them and rub briskly, especially about the ankles, with a rough towel. Sleep as many hours as you find ne cessary to recuperate your_ strength, and as nearly as possible take half of these hours before and half after mid night.
Back to Nature. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 20 January 1914
Back to Nature. The waist-line which erst was so slender, And sometimes was high and then low, •. Is now disappearing completely, As pictures in fashion books show. I 1 ooked for the reason and found it, And so pass it on in all haste; We have cried, all these years, "Back to nature !" And in nature, you know, there's no waste . He was a young man--a candidate for an agricultural constituency-and he was sketching in .glowing colors to the audience of rural voters the happy life the laborer would lead under an administration of the propagation of sweetness' and light. "We- have not yet three acres and a cow, but* it will come.. The promised sanatorias are still. for the future, but they will come." Similarly every item of his compre hensive programme was endorsed by the same cry. Then he went on to talk-of prison reforms "I have not yet personally," he said, "been inside a criminal lunatio asy- lum." Then there came a voice from the back of the hall; "But it will come." The scarcity ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 20 January 1914
. .: -.I r, bG ;?e - i I - - was nevier so : marked. FW. hat a wealth of beauty b ' E Embroidery calls to mintd..I I For the -himmer 3eason a mbroideries are to be mor o oou ?it cain ever an Hawltorne Bros. S'You miy see all the Newest Designs anI Styles. SSi uc??variety. of wilthbi o for every purposo to S Eutti aste of my lady; COhiming designs in gFI\U: alouncungs. RHovers, SEdgings, Beadings, Insertions. I : Now ladies you wiU certaiuly desiere some of these J for your Summer attire, and nowhere will you find such values as we-are-offering,. . Why not call and inspect while the variBty is complete ? - Watch our Windows for prices and values. PU l^ :;; * - · * _ , . "?" i The Store that serves you best, A.. T ard Northern District USES, tx cuors and Agency SMPANY, mited. (ESTABLISHED 1888) When making your Will appoint this Company Executor, it. beiog' empowered by Special Act of Parliament No 979 to act as ' L*j"Executor, Adrninistrator, S . or Trustee. : . MONEY TO LEND, . JA?A...
SELF-CONFIDENCE. Chats With the Ambitious—And Others. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 20 January 1914
SELF-CONFIDENCE. Chats With the Ambitious-And Others. By Orison Swett Marden. 'Peddle 'em as though they were ap ples," said an editor to a trembling, sentimental girl who offered him' her manuscript with the air of a convict about to receive the death sentence. "If one man does not want your apples another will. IDon't be afraid of me or anybody else." Carry yourself with a self-confident air, as though you really believed in yourself, and you will not only inspire others with a belief in your ability, but you will also come to believe in your self. A keen observer can pick out a suc cessful man on the street by the way he carries himselt. If he is a leader, every step, every movement indicates it; there is assurance in his hearing; he walks as if he were master of him self, as if he believed in his ability to do things, to bring about results. His self-confident air is an index of the success he has attained. Men and women who succeed in their undertakings are those who get their ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 20 January 1914
1TTP t..nmhars of the M.ctthew Burnett T " tt , Jt O,R ar.e re queste, I to meet at e lodg,' r: om at '2.45 p in. This Day, to teeld tie u neal f ou late B o Grioton ttend the A. F. HARRIDGE Secretary. s1lRlLLS BATH. late of Bendigo, Cscle Rela.r.r and Carp'enter, lis - e buins i. Victoria .ireat at on elp lt ly occu;i.d by Mr .J. Kirby. es' and second ha.d bic3 tces for sale. CST f:om Late Charm a 2ear old Geldilng, dar k br,.wr, I. Pg tur' tail eward. .linr a Mc'ui(y. -IST, hay Home, brat'le I uri?.nr half citc'e ( o joinl d), one hi'id leg h C. Apply W. l'mu.b, Keraing, ,Reward. ARRIF I) , AN wants marragen:ert If farm, trfainl on shates. Ap?Iy thi-. ice. TRAY-ED from Bet jeroop, ons me lueln drn unt umare. light bhy. blaze on fre ad. t.l short, iacli: ed to hbe u ly, i:e ,' e h;nad foot white, no visible b a d, ab u? .ets old Any person~ g vig ibnrrrmna lea'irg to the iecover3 of same wilt be wadtl £1. J. and J. M'Clure. Benje p P 0. ANTED to Leaoe 4010 acres if, agri eulti.ral ...
A FRIEND. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 20 January 1914
A FRIEND. A friend is a person who is "for you" always. under any suspicions. He never investigates you. When charges are made against you he does not ask proof. He asks the accuser to clear out. He likes you just as you are. He does not want to alter you. Whatever kind of coat you are wear inr suits him. Whether you lave on a dress suit or a hickory shirt with no col lar. he thinks it's fine. He likes your moods and enioys your pessimism as much as your ontimism. He likes your success. And your fail ure endears you to him the more. - He is better than a lover because he is never jealous. He wants nothing from you,. except th÷f you he yonrself. - He is the one heing with whom .you can feel safe. With him you can utter vnour'heart. its hadness and its good ness. You don't have to be careful. In his nresence vou can be iidis. creat. which means von can rest. There are many faithful wives and husbands; there are few fnithfiul The highest known form of friend ahin is that of .the dog to...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 20 January 1914
Notices. FUNERAL NOTICE. iHl: friends -f the ease Mr .Jhn Ie-ry jrifto o f Tr.3 rWea ebtC ethpCt!QIIY sited to follor ItiJ re laim H th· piece fjietlime t in thie ierang Ccnttery. Tre fuereitl w~ill leave Nineo Fnaler'e trie flierit rVirtnri~ streut. at 3 p.c. i Dsy, Tiieiday. J .r.ary-2O. 1914. Gl?O. ADAM91 S TIN e Unditrl'kere·.
COLIC DRENCH FOR HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 20 January 1914
COLIC DRENCH FOR HORSES. Almost every veterinary surgeon has his own special formula for colic drench, and thus the contents of the bottle varies according to the Ideas of the prescriber, and, to some extent at least, according to what he conceives to be the requirements of the case. If you want a formula for a colic drink to keep by you for use in emergencies, the following will be suitable:-Tinc ture of opium, 1 ounce; oil of turpen tine, 2 ounces; linseed oil, to 1 pint. Give this as it is, followed by a little warm gruel. Walk the horse about to prevent his rolling, rub the belly with a wisp, and, if necessary, re peat the drench in two hours, but- not more than two doses should be given. Understand that it is not claimed that this recipe is better than any other. It may not even be the most suitable under all circumstances, but it is in expensive, easily procured, will keep good for any length of time if properly corked and sealed, and often cuts short an attack in its initial ...
DISTRICT NEWS. APPIN. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 20 January 1914
DISTRICT NEWS. APPIN. S The Appin Nigger Milslr-s ._ enitertainminent in the A;\li Pu :. .on Tuesday, 1311 insl. T1'he -i fu'l to overllowislg a' 9 o'eckl the pianist (Miss Mlouiljov) i first cloils of the iintrodlucl 2 following 'is the musical p1r'"?. Chorus, Dairkic Land, cornal:p;. My Boinnic, Mr G. llowr tll,:,I Camnptown Races, Bones; soil.s, lor, Tambo; duct. M. is l MIessrs G. IoivcsitC noil J3*. song, Daits' Bcry Quecer, Tilnti IlHard Times, TMr Wellmiioi;n s-i-t Tailer Coon, Bones; son ,, 1i air \. Dunslan ; clwins, WVIM Calling, conmpinv; sol. Bones: son,;-A So n" of B le.do song, Spann:sh Guitar, Mr 11. p, duct (local), The Mrs of ttlhe Bones and Ta1nbo; soiin, Fuaice cula, Mr 0. Iol 0 owclpfl: .s; night, Mr J. Falcono.: cldorlS" ; niglhtl Ladies, conhiinay. ThaiI fonnrmance .is a success the:; doubt, - and- is all the more as it was the first a eill ,tc.1'r.c0 .:1 of the perfoltners. Thle audti. kept in a good humor ionl'li-: finish, the local hits in plr"ti':ilC sng mu...
CATTLE TICK. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 20 January 1914
CATTLE TICK. The loss to cattle men in the United States through the cattle tick is esti mated by the -Federal Governmen. authorities to be £5,000,000 a year :.uring the last few years Congress has appropriated money to assist the States in cleaning out the dreaded dis ease among cattle. California has outstripped all other States in cleaning out the contagion In 1907 there were some 40,000 od,. square miles cleaned up in the United States, and 21,000 square miles of thi. territory was cleaned by California. In 1908 the whole State was unde' Federal quarantine by reason of Cali fornia not controlling the disease with in her boundary. In 1899 the Act cre ating the office of State Veterinarian was passed, and the work of control ling contagious diseases of the live stock begun. The first quarantine line established against "Texas fever' was one bounded on the north by the Sacramento River. With a continu ance of the work it should take but a few years to free the State of the dis ease...
LAKE CHARM RACES [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 20 January 1914
LAKE CHARM RACE.! [ The following are the handi?tp; above races which take placeoe" i day, 28th January : Lake Charm Handicp.. gr Mathinna, Emigrant, 9.5; N. 9-2; Moon, 8-10; Reg, 87; F 7-10; Miss Colin, Doubting. 7.7;( Charmmel, 7-3 ; Midlands, Djcto: Queen, 7-0. Flying Handicap. Mathinna, 9-7 ; Moon, 810;. 8-3 ; Bonadea, 7.12; Holly'fertl' Colin, 7-10 ; Charmmul, 7-5; J?J 7-3 ; Laurine, Sir Lachlan, 7-0; K!: Katanly, Keri Lass, M'ss Lvi 6-12. Welter Handicap. Mathinna, 10-7; Emigrant, Moon, 9-12 ; Hollyford, blishi Doubting, 8-10; Caroun, Charmma n Doctor, Mary Logan, 8 3; Sir L" Laurine, Katanly, Woorneet, bhl comibe, 8 0 Galloway. Handicap. T Devonshire Lass, 7-5; Wee M": Nancy Healands (late Doreen! 7-3; Miss Mettus, Innieher, 7.0. GCo. MoaECrIovr, Handi HIandicap Trot. Belmore, 220yds. bhd.; I 170yds. bhd.; Oar Jack, 90054 Scud, 70yds. bhd.; Curio (la:' Jimmy), 60yds. bhd ; Laddie bhd.; Ojteralia, 40yds. bad.; If 25yds. bhd.; Bronte Model Elizabeth, Clara Corner, I Johnny Walk...
BOWLING GREEN. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 20 January 1914
BOWLING GREEN., *T'he trophy singles matchoflt :, club was sufli ie-tly advancea Hd: of last week to permit of teo dr> place yesterday for the secoi The position of players is as fo,: Morton v Barrell, Coleman. Davey, M'Eniiy v Roberts, ll" Waddell or Patchell", 1I.hr it lDrummond, Pooley v Scott, Trebilcock or Milvain*, Rildeil lett or Daish', Forte v Cockse:' o First round not completd. A consolation stakes hb? b:? for a'l losers in the first rto.. trophy match, the draw fotlr follows : First Round Cox v Richards, Willan vi Connelly v Muir, Addison v loser of Waddoll and Patchel Trebilcook and Mdvain, Mann' .j Argyle v Pike Kelsall v loser of Daish and Birtl,:ttr!. Cocks and Leng. The Swan iHill bowling clb communicated with, with a :S. sending down a. ream to compohr ? local bowlers on Foundation DI
CRICKET. HAWTHORNE BROS & WH[?] TROPHIES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 20 January 1914
HAWTHORNE BR0 - - TROP!E The above match - *'' Saturday in the park, b.." fully represented, th?u without the useful servPi The Kerang chief bits - the previous mect ng o ^f the prinoipal scorers bei ! Grover 23, Palmer 15g Bartlett, Henry avad ~' ? Scores:- e r KcRAS.N--Ftirst I - t" Drummond. b Wood5 ' l Pike, c Rundle, b Willis Scott, b Willis Bartleot, c O'Donnll, b Wh w : Addison, b Stewart Grover, b Stewart Yeo, b Willis ... [.l Hyett, b Stoewart Honry, b Willis Palmer, not out '" " Kelsall, c Mahar, b Stewart'" &? Sundrie . .. rTotal Bowling.-WVoods, 2 for 2 for 71; Stewart, 4 for 23. WAND.ELLA.-First nni. - Radcliffe, c Hyett, b Addiona ''1 Mahar, b Addison Manuel, not out, '. k~ -, Total for 2 wicket... l Bowling.--Addison, 2 for 11. 3
FIRE BRIGADE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 20 January 1914
FIRE BRIGADE RACES. The fol'owing handic.ps have been de clred for the above races, which take place in Alexandra "Park on Monday next: TRIAL ItANDICA'. b, .lb. b.- st. lb. Holl0ford 09 7 Glennmura 8 10 Midl,.nds 9 3 Jaygay 8 10 Ub.,ni 9 3 Escainore 8 9 Snow. Queen 0 3 Carligheigh 8 0 Lorikeeb. 8 1'? Miss Mettus 8 9 Th' G:rainger - 10 "Kenri Lass 8 7 Bolbfoet 8..`8 10 Kilmana r 7 Nancy Head land 8 10 PONY RACE. Maggie M3 10 0 Headland 8 0 Jewel 9 0 Miss Mettue 7 12 'Ruby 8 5 Pearlie 7 10 Benola .8 3 Mick 7 10 ~Quiver 8 3' Polly 7 10 Devershire . Inui-heer 7 7 Lass 8 0 Sheila 7 7 Nancy . 8 0 FIRE IRIFADE BRACELET. Emigraun 11 2 `Charmmel 3 10 B.,nadea 9 7 Mary Logan 8 7 Miss Colin 9 3 .Woorneet 8 7 Doubting 90 3 Codillion 8 7 Caroun 8 - 12 FAREWELL HANDICAP. Emigrant 11 8 Ubant 8 12 Bonadea 9 9 Snow Queen 8 12 Giftess 9 9 Mary L')gan 8 10 Miss Colin 9 5 Lorikeet 8 10 J.C L. 9 0 Nancy 8 7 Charmmel 8 12 Headland 8 7 Midlands 8 12 Codillion 8 7 Skowerif ' 8121 GEO. MIORIECOFT, Handicapp...
State Electoral Enrolment. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 20 January 1914
State Electoral Enrolment. , , ? e---_ An electoral canvass is .niow baing made throughout Victolri ill conneclion with the State ro0ils. Dfiug .the next few weeks tle .police: iil be engaged delivering schedules at -:all Ilouno, nC :1 occupiers atre reuiiesled.l to fill thei? in, and retut., tlhenli.t1o the oflicer. In the past it'li.as beei?' fonui::d litat occupiers had filled idi the nlunes of all eligible persons in the' hcuisd, but had omit ted their own names.' They are urged to be. careful in this' respect on the present occasioit, ;acid to assist the police in et-ery possible" way. Tlhe rolls now being compiled are lt be used for, the g'.nieral election, to be held in October next, and electors should take special care that their names are not omitled through their: o?a indiffer ence or negligence. Any householder. not receiv-ing a schedule "bv the end of Flebrual- is requesled In "counlilicate with the local police. AI ntlural lborn or natuy.li'sed lrstins above the age pf...
Inspecting Railway Routes. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 20 January 1914
Inspecting Railwvay Routes. Mr M. E. Kernot, engineer in chief of Victorian railways last week pail a visit of inspection along some of the proposed railway routes from Victoria into the Riverina On Tuesday Mr Kernot motored from Moama to Moulamein and thence on to Bilranald. On Thursday he travelled from Bdlranald to Gonn Croszing, and was the guest for the night of Mr T G. Keats, of Gonn station. On Friday morning Mr Kernot motored from Koondrook to Echuca. Mr Kernot's time being limited, he confined his at tention to the New South Wales side of the Murray, but stated that he intended coming.up again to iospect the proposed route from Gonn Crossing to Kerang.