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JUDGE NOT. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 23 January 1914
JUDGE NOT. There are numbers of circumstancs which attend every action of a man'. life, which can never come to the kMac. ledge of the world--yet ought to eb known, and well weighed, before se. tence with any justice can be passe? upon him. A man may have differe. views, and a different sense of thin g from what hs judges have; and Th a he understands and feels, and what passes within him may he a secret trerj sured up deeply there for ever.
ROUGH DIAMONDS. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 23 January 1914
ROUGH DIAMONDS. Notwithstanding an erer-increasind3:`~ produotion, there has been a progres ively higher average price obtained for rough diamonds, with the exception of fluctuations during certain periods o.f depression, and during the last twent years diamonds have increased in val~e by one hundred and fifty per cent. America is at present the largest buy.. er of South African 1iarionds.
CRICKET. MACORNA DISTRICT ASSOCIATION Macorna v. Mincha. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 23 January 1914
CRICKET. MACORNA DISTRIOr .-ASSOOIA '110N Macorna v. Mbinebl. The first tnatch'between the aihoyi clubs t:ok piico at Macornis on Sator day last. Mr J. G.Bramley, .captain of thp Mincha Club, wasiab ent owing to a death in his family a week earlier. Mr Spowa't, who led the team, spoke very feeliogly over the loss and the hope was freely expressed that Mr Bramley would soon be bacek in his position agaidi. Both teanms were well represented. Mincha won the toss a;nd sent t'eir opponents to the wickets whose supporters were a hbir: disappointed when the last wicketl ftell for the small score 'of -51, :,Minch,,i however, fared worse and only sue ceedel in making, 32. The fielding all round was not too good, but S. Cook deserves splendid mhention: -V. Rowe again showed he has no eqiial in the district behind the .wickets' Macorna in their second attempt made 83. Mincha lost 7 wckets for. 51, leaving " acorla victors by :19 runs on the first·innings,? ::Me'sss CO W. CO ok, and F tu'Kliigh...
A BIRD'S LOVE DANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 23 January 1914
A BIRD'8 LOVE DANOE. In tropical South America, and on some of the islands of the Pacific, there is to be found the beautiful bird kniown as the jacana. It is famous for its so called love dance, which is executed by the male birds to excite the admira tion of the female birds. When the mating season approaches the jacana will single out its favorite and try to win her admiration with all its bewitch ing manoeuvres. In the dance the wings are spread out and worked in such a manner that the beautiful-nolored fea thers produce a brilliant effect. A woman entered a dentist's office to have sevdral teeth extracted, and after talking it over with the dentist, agreed to take gas. "You will be unconscious for only a) eacy miantes," she was reassured. The woman took her pocket-book.out'i and began to count her money. "Never mind tiBa now," said the den-i tist. ""You do not have to pay until "I wasn't going to pay you," ex-, ila.,ed the woman. "I was going to' count my money l" I've finished...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 23 January 1914
was lever o marked. 7 . Ps What a wealth of beauty . ?." Em broidery calls to mind F' mind. For the Snmmer Season Embroideries are to be more o. ou?uar'?han ever a iI ?wtho ne Bros. You may see all the .ewesr Designs and Styles. Such a ivariety of :,wiithls ~co fort every purpose to 1 Sui tlie i'tasre of my :ldy. SChariing desigas.in S Flouncings,. A1overs, Edgings, Beadings, Insertions. Now ladies you will certaiul v:desire some of these for your Summer attire, and nowhere will you find 'suchss values a we are: offering, why not call and inspect while the variety is complete ? Watch our Windows for prices and values. ! • 8 The Store that serves you best, `A-3 ý I T G fd N'r' hern tistEct /R?"TEES, Eaeu ors, and Agency 0MPANY, i .irted (ESTABLISHED 1888) When making your Will appoint this Company Executor, it being empowered by Special Act of Parliament No 979 to act as " E'xecutor, Adriniistrator, .or ''riistee. MONEY TO LEND. JAMIES P. B. McQUIE. Mlanager. Local Agent--Do ALo McDo...
VEST POCKET ESSAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 23 January 1914
VEST POCKET ESSAYS, By George Fitch. The Atlantic Ocean is th largest collection of wetness e globe. It is 20,000 miles 10 go miles wide, and so deep in spot the tallest man who ever li ed have five miles to go before rea bottom, after getting in over his h The Atlantic Ocean reaches fre effete ruins of antiquity on the to the electric-lighted proespect, h to-morrow on the west. It is cooled the mountainous icebergs of the regions, and heated at the eatr the everlasting sun, being thus fully supplied with hot and cold It splashes restlessly upon the Iv laden jungles of Africa, caresses land with its fogs, and is p erfui the orchid jungles of Brazil. Th African plunges into it off Liberia Eskimo chases the polar bear throt its surf off Greenland, and at har5 gansett the millionairess dives in fr of a thousand cameras. It brings te mackerel to Norway, the sardine t France, and the sea-serpent to Atlantic City. The snow-white yacht of the cs tain of industry and the dug-ot of cannibal ...
THE ART OF THE CONJUROR. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 23 January 1914
THE ART OF THE CONJUROR. Science has enabled modern conjur ors to do tricks that would fill the old school of magicians with wonder. Wherever applicable to the stage, the modern magician has adopted the no vel features of inventions, and, com bining them with his sleightof-hand. has brought forth an entirely new style of magio. A trick performed long ago' consist ed of pouring from a single bottle sev eral different liquids into glasses set upon a table in full view of the audi ence. In the first glass was water, in the next wine, in the next milk. The secret lay in the construction of the bottle, which was composed of vari ous chambers. In- each of these was placed a certain liquid, the flow being controlled by valves in the bottle's neck immediately under the finger of the ma gician. The great weakness of the trick lay in this--that the magician did not permit the bottle to go out of his hand to be examined by the audience; but the re cent discoveries of chemists enable the magici...
SECONDRATE ASSOCIATION. McCARTHY—HELLER TROPHY. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 23 January 1914
SECON'DRATE ASSOCIATION. McCaUrrYI--HELLER TcOH'o\yr. A meeting of above was held at Mr C. DManning's on Seturday, the 17th inst. legates were present fromi Wandella, rang East, Rechabites arid Kerang. C. H. Manning was re-elected presi t and ir J. Slatter secretary. The lowing is the draw for the coming sea . aMtches to be played on ground of t named club. 1st Round. Sth Jan Kerang v Rechabites o1st Jan Kerang E v Wandella th Feb Kerang v Wandella - Kerang E v Rechahites Lth Feb Kerang v Kerang E , Wandella v Rechabites 2nd Round. i8th Feb Rechabites v Kerang lst Feb Wandella v Kerang E 5th Feb Rechabites v Kerang E , Wandola v Kerang th March Kerang E v Kerang ,, Rechabites v Wandella. 3rd Round. Ith March Kerang v Rechabites 4th March Kerang E v Wandella 8th March Kerang E v Rechabites ,t Kerang v Wandella 5th March Wandella v Rechabites Kerang v Kerang E 4th Round st April Rechabites v Keran, 4th April \VWandella v Kerang E 8th April Rechabitet v Kerang E Wandella v Kerang 15th ...
SPEED OF ANIMALS. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 23 January 1914
SPEED OF ANIMALS. It is believed that no animal has ever exceeded the speed which can be attained by the horse. Instantaneous photographs of one famous specimen showed the full length of a complete stride to be about twenty-six feet. The hare has not in reality the speed of the dog. The dog, on the other hand, does not attain the speed of the horse. The giraffe is said to run at the rate of fifteen yards per second under the most favorable conditions. The ele phant, going at the rate of two yards a second, carries a weight approximate ing to that carried by six horses.
COHUNA. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 23 January 1914
COHUNA. At the Cohuna Court of Petty Sessions STuesday, before Messrs P. Bartold, -M., M'K. King and A. E. Lester, I'., Herbert Gibbins was charged by e police with forging a sale note in Ie cot of three lead of cattle alleged to i'e Id to Herbert Ernest Bryant, a young d in the employ of Albert Gibbine. fter a considerable amount of evidence d been elicited srom Bryant, in which admitted having gi~en a general thority to the defendant to purchase ck for him and after hearing the evi nce of the principal in the firm of J. H. enhop and (Co., aucl ioneere, of B, ndi by whomn (Gibbins was employed as a rcsentative, as well as that of the de dant, Herbert Gihhbbins, the b, nch cided to adjourn the case for a fort ht in order that further evidence "ht be obtained from a witness who is of the district temporarily. Sergeant digan prosecuted for the Crown and accused was defended by Mr A. E. ebilcock, Kerang. a connection with the B section of. Kerang and district lawn tennis as iRtiou, ano...
DISTRICT-NEWS. LAKE CHARM [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 23 January 1914
DISTRICT'NEWS , LAKE CHARM ,,„ T"husilav. 1Sth inst., a soceia!l Id hlt in th local hall by. the iicm .r ,:! etlr£?uts of tile Church of : lipll. Tihe occasion narked hlle iio tif a re'" parochial disirict i' ? si,-vrace fwrom thile Swan Hill " I lir. F.F. l''ell (Swan .lHill) :'t id lIth chair. A presentlation was di'll: t' .\ ri Teasdale (;ealer), who .fn in charge of this district for ';l 12 - months, and ; iwelcome wasis ' ili to Hev. I. P. Blennerlias i. Ilt hais been appointed to take I r'",. (f the new pa~ish, which at p]re- ( „, inc luds Iake Boga, .Mystic Park, | i ' "ariin andl Wandella. The spea- I i',iraciidIIl )clssT;s lIclns., F. ,C. I rl.,! . _' tiitns. Stcewarl and Rev. I r, iithau .imrl Mr \V. J. AM'Cainn, thle S ,t.r * e., tn behtlf of .hie Baptit hicl. 1 . tr.sr.s Teasdale Illand len .h iti suittably respionded. The ,,' is of IthcT progralllnle col *s;i . f ,:( ovierlrtilP by Miss H[elmi |I I t . rc itattion. Mi'ss N. -lorsfall; ' I.. d ii. I Mis, s 1. Hlorsfall a...
Science and the Bible. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 23 January 1914
Science and the Bible. The meetings at the Tent 3E, H in Fitzroy Street commenced on- D day evening, when the subje: M Science and the Bible was pre i?id by Pastor Joseph E. Steed. :f speaker said that many of their s, great men built up their ide ill science on theory; then they; try to make their so-called';: harmonize with itheir theories kind of reasoning is wrong. r the demonstration of facts. n: science is that which is fouIn facts every revelation of f truth, and would be in accoi true science. Many of these scientific me:. that this old earth has existi hundreds of millions of years. have reached their conclusions their theo, ies that it would ' many millions of years for stratas to form one upon anoth facts have proved this then : wrong, because they found stratas to be entirely reversed it: parts of the world: In the science of Astronoc! speaker said, there seemed to be opposition against the Bible fourteen centuries the world wa-s fled to believe the old Ptolemaic i; to b...
POLICEMEN PUNISHED. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 23 January 1914
SPOLICEMEN PUNTSHED. The Chief Commissioner 'of Police has ordered" three plain clothes constables to return to uniform duty for swearing that a woman :charged with vagrancy was about the streets when she was really in gaol. Constable Hogan was also fined 20s and dismissed from the service for assaulting a citizen.
LAWN TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 23 January 1914
LAWN TENNIS. -- ?--- 1 " "? A tournament has been ar -. the Kerang courts for memlb:, Kerang Club, the folloing`lf i draw for the first round and 1;: Begg owe .30 v Kuhn 15, C:" scr. v Kelsall owe 15, Peol-? Forte 40, Roberts owe 113 s'Cc t 115, G. O'Brien owe 30 v Wi: 15, Harris owe 31 v Addison: Newman rec. X15 v Hawthornec: Scott owe ý40 v VWhitelaw owe i:1 Mr Kuhn has been reluct:, T:\ pelled to resign the secretarv?iy 'L club and Mr G. L. Roberts hest pointed to the duties.