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WILLIAMSTOWN RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 27 January 1914

WILLIAMSTOWN RACES. - Hurdlos-Flinch, 1; Common wealth, 2; M'Alpin, 3. Maiden Plate - Raheen, 1; Pernickety, 2; T.N.O., 3. Foundation Day Cup,- Glad wyn, 1, Monodia, 2; Wingaria, 3. Steeplechase - The Guide, 1; Camasade, 2; Pinpress, 3. Anniversary Handicap-Black Pan, 1; Effervescence, 2; Coola matong, 3. SWelter Handicap-Rosny. 1;, Duel, 2; Culmra, 3. .

Publication Title: Kerang New Times
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 27 January 1914

i Prevail A ± u 1a3 only ro e ' the oas a" d ta T.- ae l-l~r '- t e"s n -efull I? j I I - i ce..ine ' :ad g t : s Tw , da * dreain ss of *yds d r av b c ne? bo seconso of 11 b d res s s <fr 7`1ard CrbfmsPnt, f o, 4 1io T .eyare erye to ?br'ns- s ni' of joy .. tS.l.di .s h o n?o P.O tbo sgoa; ont their Our A Imot Pitf st r Cl5ohdng ,- s~ the tite o stavd.. or cash Look -Bdfn:d 0 :rds, assortedi navy, bhch , rane browvo sr:ipes, 5s lid dress iyds # Orums PrinTs. , ,,car'nte d f Isat e lor-o 8tn 1 iouen e Our Al imrport"d P'rint-, fast coois, n 5-ld doz. S36i:i Ln n?-s, in tussore, grey. r aerl. yurpse, 4s Gd do 33in Tur.sor/ Silh' , god value- , l ya rd" - Is '* .. "' Tussoro Silk, 2s'3d, 2s ld, 3s.6d, to 5s 6d yard. f m: 'o' C mrs P uf l r: .fo r e;, 4 Sr. . „ . ,3I "Tusnr., Silk, g ,ed a 'lue ,e s ,d . ,.ard i Al Importe P-ri (-s cgfi t fsi 5111( f.1 * ^ Lin-^ msB 'insK t. - gre y . K3».3d.apu cpAa 3,s s6 d - ? ? The followin" fine, fast, nea twin-screw teamernrs wili lea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 27 January 1914

,Change of Season a Change of Suits- AnY dYnooW you wt!l begin to feel out-of-sertsand out o'-.. i, e in your weathllecr-worn winter suit. i hy not 'se gbout the carly ordering of a new Spring Suit Your Appeara.ce Depends on You! and your tastes are reflected in your attire. To be confident that you are faultiessly attired have us tailor your new suit. NOW is a good time to send fur Latest Patterns. Charges Moderate. iS ?VWICK & EDWARDS,, c ---La Kerang. Drapers, Clothiers, ostumiers, LVIerchant Tailors. Our Mr C. F. Schier will be showing his choice range of Seasonable Goods at the Gilbert Club Hotel Sample Room on F~IDAY, JANUARY 23rd. Any orders addressed to him will receive our best attention. Inspection invited. You can be Dressed Right up to the Times by 11, 13, 15, 17, Bridge Street, BALLARAT, Complete Home Furnishers. AMP STRETCHERS, SUN BLINDS, BAMBOO BLINDS, SPRING ROLLER BLINDS, VENETIAN BLINDS, - ICE CHESTS. LDING CAMP STRETCHERS in best Army Duck, folds into a s...

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An Important Case. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 27 January 1914

An Imporlant Case. --The case of Gorey v. State Ricv.rs and Water Suppiy Cutniissioia is alll.ct big considerable attenlion, especially ailiongstl the ' irigalion classe:-. AMr Gorey, of Gamnniwarra, ;ipal a alt ain;st the C omniission's assessment of vwater on his pr.oji('.y, onil the grouinl that it i s exccssive and cannot profitably he all used on his lhin. Tlie case was conliiiiced at ChulinI ; a)ult e Ilc m of Seplemiber last and adjlniiued to Noveil her, to be hea.rqct at Kuoidrook. After sonic evidence had been taken there it was again adjourned to Januairy, toj be hearld in K<is'ajig. After sitting the whole of \Wednesday, Thurdaty. ,Er):lay and up to 1 p.m. kc Salturlay last week, thle case was not concliudlcd and was f'rli.e:r adjourned to Ilhe 4lth prox., whllen the ihear'(ug will lbe rcsunied if ith Police 3lagislrale and the legal gelllc-nein engaged on the case fiud that lhey ca maike arriai;ements to attend. If ]hot it will be adjouirned to a day t9 je fix...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 27 January 1914

l--,,;^^.-r;_,^-., e.^ ^. T Th-ats so-comn and .?/ -n r nne of nroof is -- worth a ton of talk.1 . , ,. Our b argains are are tremendous- and as Spr-;ces ave bee. trm f t ed down to low twater xark, they V f are sats geta ctory, that's an C. conoore chances ree. bThats nmerous and prove is. Come and Save Money on thes Grand Mlilinsry Bargains. SSmarc ready-to-wear Hat-, usual prices, 5s 6d to 10s 6d; sale price, 3s 6d to is p d. #,Ladie,' Tennis Hats, wbite and colored, usual prices, 2s lId to 5s Gdt sale p ices, Is rlid and 2s lid. 1'ZShady imitation Panama Hats. new shapes,.to clear, Is 9d. 1Blocked Curacoa Hats, trimmed Navy bands, latest shape, sale S price, 2s p d. Children's P que Washing Hats, White and colored, also striped, Is 11d, 2! 11d. A large assortment of Children's Hats to clear at 6d. -AWTORNE B, 1 jop 'The tore that serves you best, h f ^? .^~^''--1-'-; -'-2 SANDHURST Mnd ___eRn 2c1.-T C S utors h nmerous andAgency UR0MPHY.1,r hnldli. S(ESTABLISHED 1888) When makin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 27 January 1914

. - GRIPES IN HORSES. id "Some time'ago our horse was down iith a bad attack of gripes," says MIiss re E. J. Coles, Major's Creek, N.S.W. "1 d- tried sev-ral remedies. but they had no ei effect. As a last resource I gave the horse three teaspoonfuls of Cha:mber lain's Coihc and Diarrhoea Remedy nad noticed an improvement iinmmediately. He ce was soon able to stand and ifow is as t. well as ever.". Sold by all chemists t. and storekeepers. it - d Notices. d JO isle, q1ua1tity of firewood, pri: e 5a d . per wa;gon 1(ad; 2s Gd dray lna'. SWor.d must be cleared by aed of teb- uiry. L Apuly early to W. Y. Mike, Millne's L Bridge. . VTIGHIEST Price given f.ir Grain. For . wad delivery. George Hall, M-ssey Harris agent, Kerang. L OST, fi m Loddon Bridge, broni pony, L geld'.g, branded J narr thoulder, I I,'-lk nspot; <n near hind efg. Rew,;d. P. W. 3nmith. I 8OT f-om LDs;e Charm a 2 year old -.. Geldin, dilrk brwn, l.ng curny tail Reward. Jamns McCurdy. L AUNDRY Work done at hom...

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AMONG THE SUBMERGED TENTH [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 27 January 1914

AMONG THE SUBMERGED TENTF-F The small crowd of grimy loafers lounged weakly in the little circle of light from the fitfully-flickering larmp about the door. Two or three of then were leaning against a manycolore poster almost unreadable in tb gloom. The door swung open - i was never shut-pud a .dapper figur in the red jersey and peaaed cap c the Salvation Afrmy appeared with . cheery greeting:- "Come in, men'il. Come in and hav a warm. Fine-treat-to ?night. Spler did. gramopnone. ,Ailltthe latest fror the halls. Come o'iin." ;: One by one they_? ent, rresistibl: drawn by the lblazing :fire. .Comi songs and Sousa marches rang nasal ly through the hall. Then the cheery voice was heard again: "Now for-some grand opera, gentle men." One living derelict who had sub sided silently after his arrival from the public house roused himself at the words. "Opera-grand opera," he mutter ed, hazily. The familiar whirr of the gramo phone began again, and then a voice from the aluminium horn announc...

Publication Title: Kerang New Times
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THE TENT MISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 27 January 1914

THE TENT MISSION. Notwithstanding the inclemency of the weather on Sunday evening, the meeting as announced was held in tlie tent, when Pastor Steed spoke on the subject of the " Millennium." The speaker said those who taught the doct.rino of the Millen nium were looking forward to a glorious time when war and sin would cease, and that Christ would reign on the earth, and all the world would be converted. This, said the speaker, was not the teach ing of the Bible on this subject. The Scripture p!ainly deelared that before Jesui Christ would cunme for his people he would pronounce a decree upon all men ; the righteous will remain righteous, and the wicked will remain wicked, Rev. 22, 11 12. It also states "That the wheat and the tares would grow together until the harvest," Matt 13, 30. The speaker in a very interesting way drew a word picture of the events that would take place at the Coming of Christ; he said that two classes of people would be living at that time; one class would ...

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Railway Time Table. BENDIGO TO KERANG AND SWAN HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 27 January 1914

Railway Time Table, BENDIGO O KERANG AND SWAN HILL. Mon Wed Tues D:iily Fri Sat Thur am - pm pm pm Melbourne (dep) 6.40 ... 12.15 ... 12 15 ... 4.50 Bendigo (arr) .. 11.2D ... 447 ... 4.47 ... 8.3 (dp) . 11.52 ... 610 .. 6.10 ... .45 E.glebank ... 12.8 ... 6.27 ... 627 .51 Woodvale ... 12.22 ... 643 ... 6,43 ... 910 Sebastian ... 1231 ... 6.54 ... 6.55 ... 920 Raywood ... 242 ... 713 ... 7.20 ... 9.30 Tandara ... 12.57 ... 7.30 ... 7.40 ... 945 Dingeo ... ... 1,6 ... 7.42 ... 7-57 ... 9.55 Prairie ... 1.16 ... 7.55 .. 8.15 ... 108 Titiemo (arr) 1.27 ... 8... ... 8.29 ... 10.23 , (dep) ... 1.47 ... 8.54 ... 847 . 10.33 Mooga ... ... 1.56 ... 8.37 ... 9.3 . 10.4 Pyramid Hill ... 15... 94 ... 9.30 ... 5 Mincha .. 2.27 ... 9 16 ... 9.45 Macorna 4... . -.. 23 .... 9 35 ... 10.9 ... 11.27 Tragowel ... ...: 2.55 . 9.49 .. 0,25 ... 11.42 South Kerang ... .4 ... 9.59 ... 1035 ... 11.52 Keraug (arr) 3.13.. 10 16 ... 10.55 .... 12.5 Keraug (dep) 338 - - - Fairley ... ... 3.53 - Lake Charm 4.18...

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DROWNED IN THE LODDON. BODY FOUND NEAR THE KERANG BRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 27 January 1914

DROWNED IN THE LODDON. BODY FOUND NEAR THE KER.ANG BRIDGE. About half past two on Sunday after noon last Mr E. E. Gurnett, a well known resident of Kerang, was in a boat on the Loddon on the south side of the bridge on the main road west of the town when he saw the body of a man floating face downwards in the water. He pushed the body over to the west bank of the river and then informed the police who recovered the body. Mr Gurnett had passed the same place on Saturday evening and saw something about 180 yards. further up stream which he now be!ieves to have been the sime object. The body was that of a short thick sat middle aged man whom Ser-geant Madi gAn identified as Charles Stewart, aged about 54 or 55 years, who had arrived fiom Swan Hill hy the previous Wednes day's train and who had worked for some time at M.llool Station acroSs the Mur ray. In a pocket book upon deceased's clothing was also the name Charles Stewart which led- further to decea:ed's identification. In an inqu...

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SWAN HILL TO KERANG AND BENDIGO. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 27 January 1914

SWAN HILL TO KERANG AND BENDIGO. Daily - Laily am . noon Swan Hill (dep) .. - ... ... 12 Lake Boga ... ... - ... p .... 12 24 p Mystic Park ... ... - . 12 48 Lake Charm ... .. - .. .. 11 Fairley ... 1 28 Kerang arr ... ... - . : 139 , dep ... ... 6 2 South Kerang ..... 210 Tragowel ... 621 .. . 2 19 Macorna . . 6 35 . .. 2 44 Mincha . ... . 650 . ... 2 59 Pyramid Hill 7 10- .. 3 11 Mologa ... 7 33 3 29 Mitiamo (arr)... i:' : 7 45 .. . 340 , (dep) 8....- .- --8 .5 i- ~: 4 _Prairie ... 8 22 . 4 15 Dingee ... 836 . . 4 27 Tandara ... ; 8 48 4 39 SRay wood ...; : 918 .' 5 Sebastian ... : . 9 32 ...5 18 Woodvale ... . 9 48 . . 5 29 Eaglehawk r .. ... 10 20 .. 6 Be digo L ) ... 10 45 ... .. 6 15 S(dep) . 12 . 6 50 Mh boU 'e arr ... 3 55 ... ... 10 55 * On Mon Wed and Fri this train will leave Bendigo at 6 2 5 pm, arrivin n Melb urn at 9 59 pm NOTE-Ua Fridays a car is attached to the goods train leaving Swan Hil a 6 a m :nd arriving at Kerang at 8 a m, returning from Kerang at 7 p m and ar...

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COMMERCIAL. KERANG STOCK SALE. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 27 January 1914

COMMERCIAL. KERANG STOCK SALE. Friday. Andrew S. Muir and Co. report having held- their usual fortnightly stock sale at their yards on the above date for which they yarded 2,000 sheep and 90 cattle. The sheep sale was dull throughout and prices offered did not reach the vendors reserves, consequently very few sheep changed hands. Fat cattle were in strong demand but beefy sorts were not sought after. Young cattle and poddies met with keen competition and sold at prices equal to best late rates. Quota tions:-Fat lambs,, l1s Id to 13s 6d ; 2 tooth crossbred ewes, Leicester rams joined November,'16s 4d. Ctttle.-- at cows, £6 10s to £8 8s, the latter price was obtained for an exceptionally fat cow owned and fattened by J. J. Caduseh, Lower Loddon, Keraug, and was pur chased by the local butcher, T. J. Cope land; fat bullocks, £7 24 .6d; beefy cows, £4 15s to £'5 7s id ; 2-yr-old steers and heifers, £2 14s to £2 17s; store cows, £2 10s; dairy cows, £4; bulls, £3; poddies, 18s 6d to £1. D...

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CHILLINGOLLAH & ULTIMA TO BENDIGO KERANG AND KOONDROOK TRAMWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 27 January 1914

OHILLINGOLLAH & ULTIMA KERAG AND KOONDROO TO BENDIGO TRAMWAY, Tues Thur Mon & Sat only - Daily excepting Friday S'am a m Sbi.lingollah 6 40 1 SWaitchie 7 10 1 20 SGowan ... 7 35 -m p Ultima ... 8 40 230 - Kerang (dep) 8 30 4 Meatian ... 9 5 253 Yeoburn ... 8 45 4 15 Lldhert ... 9 40 3 30 Hinkson's ... 9 4 30 Cannie ... 10 10 4 Gannawarra ... 9 10 3 40 Quambatook 10 47 4 40 Ko)ndrook (arr) 9 30 5 Mon Wed i (dep) 11 5 30 Fri Gannawarra 11 15 5 45 Boort ... 1245 610 Hinkson's ... 1120 555 Pendigo arr 65 11 Yeoburn ... 11 40 6 10 Kerang ... 13 6 30 BENDIGO TO ULTIMA AND CHILLINGOLLAH. Mon Wed Friday only, and Fri am Bendigo ... 1215 am pm Boors 520 K erang (dep) . 8 5 Quambatook ... 6 50 Yeoburn ... 8 15 5 15 Cannio ... 7 13 Hinkson's ... 830 5 30 Lalber " ... 7 44 - Gannawarra ... 840 5 -o0 Meatian ... 8 9 Kooodrook (arr) ... " 9 C M W F S Koondrook (dep) 10 6 25 Uiima ... 9 10 G-Dnawarra ... 1015 6 40 Gowan ... 9 27 Hifkson's ... 10 20 6 5. Waitchia ... 9 57 Yeurn ... ...

Publication Title: Kerang New Times
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WATER ACT CASE. APPEAL AGAINST LAND CLASSIFICATION. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 27 January 1914

WATER ACT CASE. APPEAL AGAINST LAND OLASSIF1T)AIfON. The appeal of John Gorey, of Ganna warr;, against the State Rivers and \Water Suply Commnission was continued at Kiier.ng on Fridlay and Saturday last, before \Mr P. lartold, P.M. Mr UIlider appeared for tile Conunission and Mr J. Richards for Mir Gorey. The examilnation of :dr Kreutzer, C.E.,.e agineer amid irrigation expert, unlder tihe Comniassion, who had prc viously given evidtunce at Cohuna, was further continued by Mr Richards. Mr Kceutzer saidt that the subsoil bn l.oxevys Jandl was a good friiable clay and would be classed as good ascolmpa red with othler clays. 'IlThe roots oa lucesse would pienetrate it without it being worked, provided it was sulliciently watcred. The water would make it more pelietuble Iby the lucmne roots. The Iluiliness of tile roots in the exlhibit produced ,might be caused by many thin-s-(1) insulliciency of water (2) \var..ty of lucnale, (3I) lack of cul ti-ation, and (4) grazing it. Ilad known l...

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CABLES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 27 January 1914

CABLES. The -coal lumpers strike in London .is said be in course of settlement but the strikers still refuse to grant permits to supply .the hospitals, while at the depot •strikers snatched bags of coal from non union carters. Six employers have conceeded to the men's terms. Mr Redmond, M.P., in an ad dress at Waterford, ridiculed the idea of civil war over Ulster. The United States President, Dr Wilson has called a meeting of the Foreign Relations Commit tee in regard to the crisis in Mexico. Wolves devoured a school girl at Penguson in France, where the intense cold is making the animals extremely daring.

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CRICKET. SECONDRATE ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 27 January 1914

CRICKET. SECONDRATE ASSOCIATION. The team to represent the Rechabites against Keraug on Wednesday next will be chosen from the following :--White law (2), Harris, Gitsham, Hardie, Hewett, Portherry, Fulton, Harridge, Cullen, Ber'field (2), Manning, Cousins (2), Webb, Butland, Cooper.

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MISNAMED FURS. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 27 January 1914

MISNAMED FURS. There is probably no department oa trade in which dishonest practicet are more rife than in the fur trade TLis is acknowledged by the whole sale furriers. who are now engaged ii a combined effort to make the-.is naming of furs 'punishable by law. I is alleged that many retailers take ull advantage of the general ignor ance of the public in respect to furs and have latterly made a practice o' tacking on the name of some valu able fur to the word "coney." which word in plain English means "rabbit skin."' ninitiated buyers are de ceived by such terms as "seal coney." "musquash coney." and the like. They pay high prices for the artistically treated rabbitskins. and confidently talk about their purchases as "seal," "musquash." etc. Then some day an expert comes along who exposes the swindle. and the honest fur-dealer suffers accordingly. For the increas ing output of excellent-finished "fur cloths," which do not pretend to be other than woven imitations of the various pelt...

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A COVETED HONOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 27 January 1914

A COVETED HONOR, Of all the orders bestowed on wo men of nobility none is more coveted thau the Order of Loise. The only women in England who are priviieged to wear this distinctive emtblem are Queen Mary and the Duch'ss of Ar gyil. Three years ago the honor was conferred on them by the Kaiser. The Order of Louise. which ranks as the Iost hbihl;y-prized decor:ation that an? sentiewoman can receive, was found -d in IS!4 in rnmeor:y of t!he beautifu: Quccn Lo:;ise, mother of Empero; -i: -ain the Fiatn an-:i 'reat-grandi n.-.her of the pr0sent Kaiser. He :>car:,- ss treatimen she recc-ived frn: . . in? . an an , her ca ,y deafh. " ias" .'e! by heart-b':eak'g exFe-ience in t*ie ime of her country's trotubi have a .ned for her the h:ihest ester of her cTountry-woman and exp!ain t( reason why the ordier namiid in he memory is so highly esteemed.

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THE FOURTEEN MISTAKES OF LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 27 January 1914

inE F-uu.hTEEN MISTAKEs o1 LIFE. To exp ect to set up our own stand ard of right and wrong and expece everybody to conform to it. To try to measure the enjoyment of others by our own. To expect uniformity of opinion in this world. To look for judgment and experi ence in youth. To endcavor to mould all disposi tions to our own. Not to yield in triles. To look for perfections in our own actions. To worry omrseoles and others about what cannot be remedied. Not to alleviate if we can all that needs alleviation. Not to make allowances for the weaknesses- of others. To consider anything impossible that we cannot ourselves perform. To believe only what our finite minds can grasp To live as if the moment, the time, the day, were so important that it would live for ever. To estimate people by some outside quality, for it is that within which makes the man.

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COHUNA LINE. Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 27 January 1914

COHUNSA LINE. Tuesdays, Thursdayi and Saturdays Closes Receive6 p m. p.m. Kerang East 3 45 12,30 OCmbienbar... 3 45 12.30 Allambee ... 3.45 12.30 Milne's Bridge 3 45 12 30 Callen ... 3.45 12 30 Cohuna ... 3.45 12 30

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