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USEFUL BYE-PRODUCTS. What is Gained With the Saving Habit. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 23 January 1914
USEFUL BYE-PRODUCTS. What Is Gained With the Saving Habit. By John M. Oskison. Credited to T. T. Munger is the fol lowing: "The habit of saving is itself an ed-. ducation. It fosters every virtue. It teaches self-denial. It cultivates a sense of order. It trains to fore thought, and so broadens the mind. It reveals the meaning of the word busi ness, which is. something very differ ent from its routine." Self-denial, a sense of order and fore thought are the very vitals of business success. They are enough to win a modest success for anybody. They are not hidden from the sight of anybody but lie within the reach of all. And Mr. Munger believes that by acquiring the habit of saving you will get these essentials as a by-product. Business success means simply using care to see that what comes in shall always be a little more than what goes out. It means being sure that every dollar invested shall bring a few cents more than a dollar within a reason ably short time. Very soon the busi ne...
THE "SILENT SISTERS." [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 23 January 1914
THE "SILENT SISTERS." There is a community of women near Biarritz who pass their lives in silence. They live and die in the onvent of the Silent Sisters, and are bured in silence in the little cemetery within.the walls of the grounds. At fopr o'clock, win ter and summer, they leave their bare cells, and for three unbroken hours tell their beads and say their prayers. until they are summoned to their Spar tan breakfast. Two more hours they spend, later in the day, with their ro saries and prayers in a secluded cor ner of the chapel, the rest of the day being devoted to work of various kinds and to meditation. In the refectory-a dark, uninviting chamber with sanded floor, along wich run wooden tables and benches-the tables are spread for the midday meaL with an array of brown water-jugs and wooden spoons and forks displayed on coarse serviettes, which take the.place of a tablecloth. During the meals not a sound is heard-a whisper even would be a grave offence bringing swift pen ance; ...
SWAN HILL TO KERANG AND BENDIGO. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 23 January 1914
SWAN HILL TO KERANG AND BENDIGO. ( - Daily D!aily a m noon Swan Hill (dep) .. - ... ... 12 Lake Boga - ... .. 12 24 p Mystic Park ...... 12 48 Lake Charm .. .. 111 Fairley 128 Kerang arr 1 39 dep ' r:" 6=0 ``" South Kerang .. . ' ... ... - 2 10 Tragowel ...6 21 t.: .. 2 19 Macr . 6 35 2 44 Mincha. 6 50 259 Pyramid Hill ... 10 . 3 11 Mologa . ;:: =7 33 3:. 3 29 Mitiamo (arr) ". 45 3... .- 340 (dep) .. ... ... 4 Prairie 8 ... 415 Dingoe 8F a6 ... .s 4 27 Tandara . 8 36 "r 4 39 Ray wood ...... .... 9 18 . . 5 Sebastian . 9 32 5 18 Woodvale . 9 48 . ... 5 29 Eaglehawk r .. 10 20,. 6 Bendig ) 10 45 6 15 ,, (dep) . 12 ... ... 6 50* Melbourne arr . 3 55 . ... 10 55* * On Mon Wed aind Fri this train will leave Bendigo at 6 ?5 pm, arrivin n Melbourno at 9 59 p m NonE-aOn Fridays a car is attached to the goods train leaving Swan Hil at6 a in and arriving at Keriang at 8 a in, returning from Kerang at 7 p m and arriving at Swan Hill at 9 pm
Railway Time Table. BENDIGO TO KERANG AND SWAN HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 23 January 1914
lRailway Time: Table. £ENIDIGO TO,KERANG AND) SWAN HILL. Mon Wed Tues Daily Fri . S.t Thur am p m pm pm Mclbournb (d1op) 6.40 ... 12.15 ... 12 15 ... 4.50 Bendigo (ari) ... 11.20 ... ... ... 4.47 ... 8.3 (d p) ... 11.52, ... 610, ... 6.10 ... 8.45 EIglehawk ... 12.8 .. 6.27 627 ... 8.51 Woodvale . 12.22 "... 6 43 ... 6,43 ... 9 10 Sebastian . _ 12 31 ... 6.54 ... 6.55 ... 9 20 ]Raywood : ... 12.2 ... 7.13 ... 7.20 ..." 9.30 Tandara . 57 ... 7.30 ... 40 .. 9 45 Dingee ... 7.. 16 7. .. 7.57 .. 9.55 Prairie 7....16 . .55 .. 8.15 .. 10.8 itiamo (arr) 27 . 8.9 .. 8.29 ... 10.23 (dcp) .'.;:?.47 . 8.54 8.47 ... 10.33 Mologa .. 156 : 8.37 ... 9.3 ... 10.45 Pyramid fill: . - 94 ... 9.30 ... 11.5 Mincha 7 .. 9 16 9.45 Macorna .. '2-.=;::j24&3 2 '?.i5 9:35 o.. 10.9 ... 11.27 Trag owcl 2 55?,: 9.49 ... 10,25 ... 11.42 South Kerang 3 : .4 . 9.59 .... 10.35 ... 11.52 Ierang (arr) 3 13 10 16 ... 10.55 ... 12.5. Korang (dop) . 3 38 . Fairley 3.53 - - Iake Charm ... 4.18 - - - My-tic Park 4....
IN BRIEF. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 23 January 1914
did your parý.> iN" fiRiEF, r. Thereo are -many ays of describing t baby. 1-o cre are a Wfew good defini ions: The, bachelor's hiorror, the..motlier's rcasure,- and:-:tle .delspotic. trant of he niost reptubliican holiousehold. The- moi'nitig .calla3 ,oaolndiay crawl -r, and -lildnig bawle" i The only' ;.;reiuI':? oessiton that lever excitcs'eni The, latest dition , of humhaaity, of which every couple thinl tlicy ippssess die finest copy . A native of all countries Cwho speaks the language of none. - A little stranger with a free :pass to the heart's best affections. "HOME, SWEET HOME." If home is not the happIest place In the world, are you sure that you are doing your part to make it so? Have you, indeed, done anything at all to make things agreeable and pleasant, or have you simply considered it a place to eat and sleep? No service that is done for one is too trivial to he mentioned, and if a stranger were to do us a. kindness, we would be very prompt to recognise it, but when...
MURRABIT LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 23 January 1914
- MURRABITL LINE. Close Rcvd Mon Fci Tue So 1lkirts-IHannah 10.30 4.30 i ;G?:un Crossing 10.30 3 30 Goon Station P.B. 10.30 4 30 Murrabit .. 10 30 4 30 11ossBros P B. 10 30 4 30 Lura P.B. ... 10.30 4.30 Dawe's P B. ..; .10 30 4.30 Capel's Crossing 10 30 4.30 Despatched Reciive to from Mon Fri Mon Tue, p.m. -m Westby Park .. 3 30 11
MOTHER. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 23 January 1914
MOTHER, ?Iell mothor you Jovee her, the tale may be old, : . mut it's doubly sweet siuce the e.orld's so cold.. she's worked haid aindearnest just to. fit you' . For the work that the ,world isks you to do. Whose eyes have watched lwhile oth ers have slept, - Whose heart his been aching, who has often wept -... In the stillness of night and the noise of day, Lest the life she has loved may pass away. There's no love like mother's-go where you will, Whatever you do she will love you still. Her heart's always open, she's wait ing for you, W -Distance can't hide your face from her view. You won't always have her, so take the best care Of mother dear while you find her there. The kiss which she looks for, and which is her right, " - Should be given her tenderly each day and night. Lighten her burden3vhenever -you can, Make yourself all that -the noblest can plan; Speak to her gently; don't let the tears Fall from .hi'ceyes -banish her fears. Thenl when. he?; voice; has been stilled by.d...
WHY DO THE JAPANESE SMILE? [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 23 January 1914
NHY DO THE JAPANESE SMILEij It is strange that a plople whom anti recenUtly we have looked upon as barearians should possoe-s so many more signs of cultivation than we. A love of beauty and synmnetrty ;ecnls to be inherent in the breast of velry Japanese, while it seems pecu .iarly lacidng in most of us. Tlhat is, if our cities and public buildings are the outward sign of the inward spirit. "The world is too much with us, late a nd soon, Getting and spending, we lay waste our, powers; Little we see in nature that is ours." The Japanese expend, but they cer tainly never lay waste their powers. They have learned that the secret of power lies in self-control. They face life or death with the same equanim ity. Lafcadio I-learn, a titan who lived for years among the Japanese, and probably understood them as well as any Westerner can understand the Oriental, said that "to the Westerner the smile of the Japanese is incompre hensible. Hie smiles on all occasions, no matter what his feelings...
ECHUCA LINE. Monday Wednesday, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 23 January 1914
ECHUCA LINE. Mlonday] Wednesday, Friday. Close Received from p.m. p.m. f Combienbar... 10.30 .6.30 r Keoang East 10.30 6 30 Cullen 10.30 6.30 r. Milne's Bridge 10.30 6.30 Koroop.- 10.30 6.30 Cohuna 10.30- 6.30 Wee Wee RIp 10.30 6.30 . Leitchville ... 10.30 6.30 3'unbower Estate 10.30 6.30 Gunbower .. . 10.30 6.30 Torrumbarry 10 30 6.30 Patho 10.30 6.30 Row Swamp 10.3O) 6.30 IWhnc a O,39 6, Q
The Spineless Cactus. PLANT TO BE CLOSELY WATCHED. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 23 January 1914
. The Spineless Cactus. PLA'NT TO BE CLOSELY WA TCIED. The annoiinccment that a" new Amer. can settler intend to plant on his ii-iga liion :cllotinenit nea;r 1och.cste,. sonime spirneles caches imported 'po?inl the United Slates has been received awith mixed feelings. lt.. is -likely,' that thI growth of tie plait will be otliciall3 watched, lest it should .be allowed to re vort to its wild -state and becomne t noxious weied Mir Ehiood Meatd, cldiittiian of thi \ater Conimision states that he could quite utodcrstalld. people being anixiou: after experimnce that Australia iluha lia with plants which were 'at. first supposea to be useful, aild. lalii.hh awere: probably useful heir employed to" a limited ex oint. He kiiew nothluig of tihe proposal'be yond the information lie lugl seeni in thi the press." The spineldss cactus .w1a: a fodder plant; but it wdo'ld be "a ques tion whether the . particular variety brought here was ieally spineless. So6nm of the fodder plants had "whiskeirs:'...
Tile Making at Castlemaine. A NEW INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 23 January 1914
Tile Making at Castlemaine. A NEW INDUSTRY. Tlierte is: a certainty of the early establishmehnt of 'a fresh industry at Castle'maini.o The' Terra Cotta and Tilo Company lpromise great thing, from the slum lylig in the Cumher land dredge dam (dry): The. projec tors assert the, piofound, ctatement that this 'clay is. the best terra cotta clay in the wdrld.' Nothing can equal it, either in Italy, Mars.ilies or else where. In a search -for material to make a" cheap, rdoofing. tile they stumbled upon sdmetohidg that 'will lead all other ..manufacturers in, the finer cl as es of: pottery, and art'ware. T'o g!xe a slight deinonstratiin of its possibility the company has 'had a spletidid statuette cast fromi the Campbell's Creek clay, and a happy thought -struck them that it would be a graceful beginning to hand it over i tobthe Borough Council. An invita tion/ was extended: to :the council lors to meet representatives of, the company -n:o Tuesday, when the statuette was handed. over.: The ...
Melbourne Wool Sales. SECOND SERIES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 23 January 1914
:: lbourne Wool Sales. SSECOND -SERIES. The second sories of wool sale, ocn..d in Victoria today (t9tl Tanuaty 1914), Dalgetys offeriri lrge and representative catalogue o So509 bales which included consign ments from every State in the Cam moinveilth. There was a largo at tendance of- buyers: and competitiol was goeneral. As compared with olos ing rates of first series, values gener ally are very firm; whilst medium anm coar e quality' crossbreds are 5' p' cent. higher especially when suitable for America. .America, Scotland and Yorkshire bought freely.. The bulk o the wools came from the South east o. South Australia, Tasmania and West ern Australia. .Dalgety's sold oiun;: •man's -Ardgartan clip fromGlirassdale at 141d foir both merino and? come back. The Glenorch"y clip :froze Western Victoria, comebaCok,k 14-id Lincoln, 9 d. Following.- Its: front South.Australia sold well :--Tapfieli'; Taratap, from' Kingston, 127d ; Rid dochs, ..Koorine;, merino,. 13d ; , cross bred; 12;d brok...
KERANG POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 23 January 1914
KERANG POST OFFICE. Tho following are the times of clos ing and arrival of mails for the under ,ientionod places:-- .. MAIN LINE. MAILS CLOSE DAILY For p.m. p.m hitlbourno ..,,, 1.30 Travelling.P.O. 1 30 : 10 30: Bsndigo ... 1 30 10.30 Mitiamo .,. 130 -- Miologa 1.30 - j Pyramid Hill 1.30 10 30 Miocha ... ..10.30 Alacorna . 130 10 30 Tragowel ... 130 :10.30 Ml'Phail's 1.30 - MAILS Aomv;II?' AT POST OrFFICE. rom n,m p.m. Moibourne . 6 3,.20 , Travelling P O. 6 ' 3.?0 13endigo , 6 . 3 2t01 Mitiadno ' 3.30.,` Molog- 3.20 Pyramid Hill .., 6 3.20 T1incha 3- 320, acorna ... 6 3.20:: Tragowel ... 6 3.20 ' M'Phail's - 3.20