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WATERSIDE WORKERS DISPUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 30 January 1914

WATERSIDE WORKERS DISPUTE. A conference of representatives of waterside workers and ship owners was opened this morning and adjourned until to-morrow to allow shipowners to consider the amended log submitted by Mr Hughes and for the other States to be consulted.

Publication Title: Kerang New Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SOLICITOR ARRESTED. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 30 January 1914

SOLICITOR ARRESTED. A detective officer has received a telegram stating that Julius Fritz Leyrolot, a former Bendigo solicitor; has been arrested at Edwards Beach, Sydney, on the charge of larceny as a bailee of £300, the property of George Cooper, of Bendigo, licensed victualler.

Publication Title: Kerang New Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE VALUE OF IODINE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 30 January 1914

THE VALUE .OF IODINE. Among the drugs of particular value to the stockman we wish to mention iodine, in combination with alcohol, as a tincture, and with lard or vaseline as an ointment. The tetanus, .or lock-jaw, bacilli en ters with the parasite or infects the wound made by scratching. It acts in the absence of oxygen, being what is known as an anaerobic germ. Air and oxygen kill it, and so it is best to open up a wound of any sort to which air otherwise will not gain entrance; then swab freely with iodine. * Tetanus often kills horses that sim ply have collar or saddle sores. The owner daubs the part with axle grease or some smear, salve or oint nient, thereby exvcluding air. Bette; saturate the wound with tincture of iodine, or with a 1-5'03 solution of cor rosive sublimate, which is deadly to all germs and the spores of some of the worst diseases, notably anthrax. Iodine tincture is also of great value in the treatment of all glandular swell ings and in lumpy jaw. Goitre oni th...

Publication Title: Kerang New Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WOUNDS OF THE EYELIDS. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 30 January 1914

WOUNDS OF THE EYELIDS. 'This injury is not by any man a t e. ,o i I, corVsIs ,f the in: t t.'1n of the up- 4 : per 'id, :a., is go a,:.'a.,y culased ,.v ihe . eyelid being torn on a nail projecting K :, from a stable wall br shed. The lacer- "' ation may not be extensive, but if not treated surgically will result in a per manent blemish. In treating this in jury do not by any means remove a part of the hanging lid. Every piece of "'4, tissue here must be preserved for the purpose of suturing. First secure the animal by means of a twitch; in some cases it may be necessary to cast the patient. Then, after carefully bathing the part with a solution of boracic acid , gently bring the edges into apposition, and assure their remaining so by means ". of two or three stitches; afterwards :', dress with boric powder. Tie the ani nial up short after the operation -by : means of a double halter. and allow him to stand with his head facing the door. This will ensure hin not rubbing his head and...

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ACTION OF LIME. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 30 January 1914

ACTION OF LIME. The action of lime in the first place is a mechanical one in altering the tex- .' ture of the soil and those properties :=i which depend upon its texture, such ,-,? as its absorptive power for \.lter, its 1i tillage, etc. On a clay soif its action may be il lustrated by the following experiment: If a small quantity of a heavy clay be ~' mixed with water in any suitable ses sel. it will form a muddy liquid. If a little limo be added to this, and the mixture well shaken, it will be noticed that the solid matters sing to the bet tom in a loose powder, and in a short space of time, is the rwater is noured i off and the soil dried, it can be readily broken up by the fingers. If no lime ( had been previously added the clay, on drying, would form a hard mass, difficult to break up. This action, which is due to the power that the lime i' has of coagulating the fine particles of the clay, is identical with what takes i place on the larger scale when lime is added to the field...

Publication Title: Kerang New Times
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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VALUE OF THE EARTHWORM. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 30 January 1914

VALUE OF THE EARTHWORM. The earthworm is to some extent an indication of the nature of the soil. Where the land is full of hemart tie. worms presont a full-grown and flesliy appearance; iwhere "tlme soil is poor, they are small, thin and attenuated, and sometimes of a pale and greenish color. As a rule, when tho worm comes to the surface it keeps its tail within the narrow opening of its bur row, so that, possessing a keen sense of hearing, it can retrct its body with the greater ease. The mould left in the form of casts on the surface, of the land has manurial value, although it may spoil the appearance of an other wise- well-kept lawn.

Publication Title: Kerang New Times
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CO-OPERATION AMONG FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 30 January 1914

CO-OPERATION AMONG FARMERS. There is every reason why co-opera tion should be fostered by farmers, who have much to gain by the movement. To do away with trusts, it is necessary to substitute something else in their place; and the only solution of the whole problem is the complete system of co-operation in which the profit re verts to those who create theinm. For example, in a complete co-operation of the farmers it would not matter whether they received the full market value for wheat or not; because if there were a profit made out of them of, say, £100;,00, that profit would be divided among those people out of whom the profit has been made. The same could be said regarding manufac turers-the co-operation could not only be among the purchasers, but among the men who are working the factory, and the profit could be divided first among the pllurchasers onl the amount they had purchased; and, aecondly, among the persons whose labor contri buted towards the manufacture of the article....

Publication Title: Kerang New Times
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FOR THE FARMER. THE FARMER'S PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 30 January 1914

FOR THE FARMER. THE FARMER'S PROCLAMATION, Come and let us be thankful to gether I Heaven, earth, field, sky, bushland, and running creek invite us to be glad. Forgetting the sharp edge of care, putting aside the tools of our every day toll, shutting our ears fast against the noises of the world, let us re joice and be glad. Let uis be glad for the power which has kept us through the, past year. Let us shout for joy that time has been so wondrously kind to us. Let us sing because of the Hand which has led us so tenderly along the rough experience that has come to us, a step pathways of life. And because we are thus thankful for the golden past, lot us turn our eyes hopefully towards the glory crowned future of the new year. ilhe yellow sheaves of the past are but the promise of still more bountiful har vests in the days to come. Let us make ready for it. Let us plough and sow and till, that we may, by-and-bye, be worthy to gather our crops. Above all, let us be thankful enough to li...

Publication Title: Kerang New Times
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Sandhurst Trustees Company. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 30 January 1914

Sandhurst Trustees C ompany. ANNUAL MEETING, The 52nd ordinay general meeting of tho San hurst and Northern Dis trict Trustees, Executors and Agency Co Ltd was held at the offices of the company last Friday. Mr J. H. Ab bott, chairman of directors, presided, The number of shares reopresented per. sonally was 8350, and by proxy 900. The report and balance sheet for the year ended 31st December, 1913, were adopted. in moving that a dividend of 8 per cent for the half year edrd 31st December, 1913 with a bonus of 2 per cent for the 'ear added be declared, the chairmun, stated th t during hth, ear the company had re luced its working expenses by £300, arid proposed to transfer £250 ta t~it, reserve fund, making i.s 12,250 which together 'w~th tho company's sub icrib-d capital and uncalled capital, Formed a firs class security to clian's )f the cmpany's soundness. Since? he inception f the company 26 years igo, the sum of £34,708 hlad been said in dividends to the shareholders, yiving th...

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COMMERCIAL. HIDE AND SKIN MARKET. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 30 January 1914

COMMIERCIAL. HIDE AND SKIN MARKET. Thcr .day. The Australian Estates and Mortgage Co. Ltd. report :-Shee!pskins.-Supplies over the average, and prices ruled firm at late rates. Merinos were, if any change, in sellers' favor. We quote :-Merinos, full.wools, supers, 8?d ; average, 7 -d to 71d ; comeback and ine cross wools, supers, 8 to S.d : average, 7:d to 7d ; lmb>, from o5d to 7id ; Lincolu ,and rough crossbreda, to 7d ; medium cross bred, 71d ; merino pelts, to 5--i ;comeback and errs', pets, 4 1 to G labni pelts, 5:d to 5:3?d; ribby, ed to 4d. Bfides.--Supplies up to average, and prices ruled firm at last week's rates. We have now to class scored hides out and place them in separate parcels. We strongly urge our constituents to instruct their slaughtermen to be more careful, and so miniiuise the loss. Victorian silted, heavy stout, S:4 to 0#d ; sheety, 7hd to Si ; medium stout, good, 8?Jd to 87d; medium, shet.y, to 7 5-Sd; light silt, 8d to Sld ; kip, d8 to 8d ; stag hide, to...

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A Prohibition Order. A WORSHIPPER OF BACCHUS. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 30 January 1914

A Prohibition Order. A WORSHIPPER OF BACOHU . George Watson caused some amuse ment at the Rupanyup oourt stttes the " Spectator" in connection with the issue of a prohibition order against his being supulied with liquor in the Shire of Dunmunkle fir a term of 12 months. The P.M. askel Watson if he was going to oppo e the application, and he replied that he was a volunteer but the jump of 12 months was too great- ould they not make it for three months-for a man like him it was takir g on a big contract. The P.M3. said they hai no discretion in the matter, the section only provided for 12 months. Watson: Oh, al right, down with King Alcohol, I can put on my black band-and forthwith he placed a crepe band on his arm. Watson : Will you give me 14 days before the order takes effect l The P.M.: No, now. Watson: Give me till midnight. The P.M. : Now, now, and this affects all persons that hear it, and the others will shortly be made Aware of it, Watson-: Oh --l,

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IMPORTANCE OF POTASH. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 30 January 1914

IMPORTANCE OF POTASH. Mr. A. D. Hall, in his invaluable work on "Manures and Fertilisers," says :-"There is abundant evidence to show that potash makes the plant more resistant to the attacks of the fungoid diseases." He also places particular emphasis on the influence of potash salts in the liroduction of carbo-hy drates. He says:-"Further inquiry goes to show that in some way potash is an essential part of the mechanism of the process of assimilation; when it is deficient the manufacture of-carbo hydrates, like starch, sugar, and cellu lose, is greatly reduced, and in practice it is the crops rich in carbohydrate which are most dependent upon full supply of potash." When it is remember ed that potatoes contain 12 to 20 per cent. of starch, the importance of the above quotations is seen. To sum up, practical experience in all the old p' tato-growing countries shows tha t po tash is the imlportanit constituent of po tato manure, and science explains the apparent -reason. 'The manure...

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RATIONS FOR FARM HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 30 January 1914

RATIONS FOR FARM HORSES. The horse has a much smaller stom ach than the cow, ann this stomach acts most efficiently when about two-thirds full. Probably the best method of feed ing horses is to supply regular meals at fairly short intervals. These should consist of a genF'ous proportion of concentrated foods, of which the most suitable are outs, maize, peas, and beans: and also a certain amount of chaffed hay or good oat straw. It must be remembered that the horse has a much more delicate digestive system than any other class of farm ani mal; therefore there seems some good reason for bestowing just as much, if not more, care on the methods of feed ing the animal as is usually displayed in the feeding of, say, a dairy cow. Rle gularity in feeding and general man agement are two implortant essentials in the care of the team. Not only must the meals be supplied at regular inter vals, but the quantities of food should -be constant as far as possible, and suf ficient for one meal. Atten...

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The Heart of a Girl. (All Rights Reserved.) CHAPTER VI. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 30 January 1914

The Heart of a Girl. By HENRY FARMER, Author of "The Money-Lender," "12a QuiitrY Street," "Bondage," etc. (All Rights Reserved.) CHAPTER VI. Witnesses had been examined and ross-examined. Medical experts, crll ed respectively for the defence and the prosecution, had flatly disagreed on the svynlptoms cf the after effects of cer 1tin narcotics. Bank clerks and offi cials lhad gone into the figure-side of the case. A famous maker of safes andl strong rooms thad given expert evi -dencC. Police and detectives had gone over the old ground, but more minute ly than before the magistrates. Every effort had been made to trace Roy Stannard; the description furnisshed by the prisoner had been more widely cir culated, and tile bank lhad offered a re ward: but the man seemed to have van ished into thi, air. Tile defence had failed to produce a single aitncss te prove such a mnllll'S presence in Hasted on the nighlt of the crime, as apart from the prisoner's uncarroborated statement. The roomy as...

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DISTRICT NEWS. MYALL. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 30 January 1914

DISTRICT NEWS. MYALL. Harvest operations are now prac tically over exept for some threshing which is now being gone on with. The crops will not yield up to the average owing to the severe wind storms experienced in the - ripening stage, which caused considerable dam age The summer crops have done poorly this season. owing no doubt to the prolonged -pell of dry weather, Water was applied freely, but the ef fecd of the ab ence of showery weather is very marked. , The Sheep Dipping Act has been well ob-yed about here There re mains very few (if any) undipped flocks. A thunderstorm accompanied by 30 points of rain passed over the district on Monday last. The rain would be welcomed by all, as the- water tanks were jut about exhau ted. The local post office, which has lately been removed to premises ad joining Messrs J. A. Kelly and Sons store is a groat convenience, being more central than formerly. The opening season for duck will be a very quiet one here this year as the swamps are qui...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 30 January 1914

- - You can get it in Pull % easure at Hawthorne Bros, Summer Sale. - That's so-come and 7 prove it. in Ounce of proof is - . worth a ton of talk. S-- . Our big bargains are S convincing, the values a? tare emodo;lh and as f ,prices have beer trim m? ,ed down -to lo~I * s dw atser n.ark, they aye sat sf;ctory, that's su e. - Economy chances i-re both numerous and va:-ced. Come and Save Money on these Grand Millinery Bargains. Smart ready-to-wear Hats, usual prices, 5s Gd to 10s Gd; sale price, 3s Gd to 4s lld. sale prices, is lid and 2s lid. Shady imitation Panama Hats, new shapes, to clear, is 9d. SBlocked Curacoa Hats, trimmed Navy bands, latest shape, sale price, 2s 11 d. Children's soft Rush Droop Hats, leather bound, Sad, is, is 3d. Children's Pique Washing Hats, White and colored, also striped, is 11d, 2s lid. A large assortment of Children's Hats to clear at Gd. H4RWTHORNE BRIS., The Store that serves you best, SA D ;r' RST n orthern District 00MP M G mited. (ESTABLISHED 1888...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 30 January 1914

Notices. P URUANT to the "'Trust, Act 1590" notice is hereby given that all per. sons having claims against the estate of JAMEOS MITCHELL, late of Lake Charm, in the State of Victoria, farmer, deceased, who died on the twenty sixth day of Aug ust, 1913, and probats of whose will was granted by the Suprema Court of the esai itate in its probate jutijdiction on the twentieth day of October, 1913, to the Far mers and Citizens Trustees Company Ben digo Limited, cf City Chambers, high slreet, Bendigo, in the said ?late, and Jane JMirchell, of Lake Charm, aforesaid wid w, a e hereby required to send particulars in writing to the executors, cae of thi above nanied company. at its ab .ve mecutioned address within six weeks frdm the date of publication hereof, after which date the. said executors will proceed to dis'ribute the assets of the raid James Mitchell deceased, which shall have come to their hands amongst the persons entitled thereto, hav ing regard oaly to the claims of which they ...

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LAWN TENNIS. KOROOP JUNIORS v MEAD B. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 30 January 1914

LAWN TENNIS. KOROOP JUNIORS v MEAD B. On Saturday last the Koroop juni ors brought a team to Mead to try conclusions with the local c'ub's B team- The visiting girls proved much too good for the home team and won all their sets. The boys were more evenly matched, and had some very do e and exciting games, eventually tile visitors ran out the winners by 5 sets to 4. The Mead boys hope to turn the tables when next th-y meet. Appended are the scores : Ladies. Misses E. Guy and E. Robinson beat Misses Guy, 6-2, and Misses Sutherland 6-1. Misses W. Guy and Dickens beat Misses Guy 6-4, and Misses Suther land 6-4. Totals, Koroop 24 games, Mead 11 games. Gents. J. Guy and A McConnell beae; Len Peel and S. McWhae 9-4, and J. Chalmers and W Stuart 9 -4; and lost to Les Peel and J McDonald 5-9 W Grimes and A B?rne; lost to L s Peel and J McDonald 5-9, and beat Le Petl and S. McWhae 9-5, and J. Chalmers and W. Stuart 9-2. W. Robinson and Grimes lost to L Peel and J McDonald, 2-9; and to Le Peel...

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The Claims of the Worker. A LIBERAL MEASURE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 30 January 1914

The Claims of the Worker. A LIBERAL MEASURE. The gra dying tuccss o:f Mr W,_. t, and his c ,l-ragurn, ith.- enii g of it. a dlfes?ences in the Liberal Party atre, it is to be hoped, the prelude to earnest work in Parliament. One of the urgent measures requiring immediate attention is the Workers' Compensa tion Bill. To some extent it has always been recognised that the man who is dis abled whilst about his work is en titled to compensation. Even when the law was wholly unsati-fe.ctory, many wealthy employers and many wealthy cimpanies treated those who were maimed whilst about their work with generosity. "But there are some mean and many poor employers. The mean one will not pay if hy any legal quibb!e he can escape his liabi lity, the poor one cannot pay for he is fightirto hard for a bare livelihood. The measure submitted by the Watt Ministry last session provides for all these cases. It makes the in surance of employes compulsory. The small employer who h-as not £500 mn the world...

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COMMERCIAL. KERANG STOCK MARKET. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 30 January 1914

COMMERCIAL. KERAn G STOCK MIARKET. Friday. Edwa.rd Trenchard and Co report hav ing held their fortnightly stock sale at their yards on Friday last when there was aylargo attendar.ce of buyers and the tone of the market was fairly brik throughout. We yarded 4026 sheep and 200 cattle, and witn the exception of a few pens we succeeded in making a clear ance at prices satisfactory to the vendors. Comeback ewes, 15s; crossbred and comeback ewes, 12s 6d to 14s; fat wethers, 16s; lambs, 13s Sd; weaners, lis 6d; fat cows, £4 to £5 7s 6d ; steers, £2 13s 6il to £4 ; cows and vealers, £3 19s ; poddes, £1 3s. They also report having co'd privately since last report : 300 crossbred limbs, 250 crossbred ewes, 50 ewes, 416 merino ewes, 140 lambs, 312 merino. ewes, 22 ewes, 500 ewes and wethers, 609 crossbred ewes, 13 rams, 348 ewes and lambs, 147 ewes, 500 cross bred wethers, 500 crossbred lambs, 100 crossbred ewes, 400 merino ewes, 416 merino ewes, 140 lambs, 80 heifers, 70 bullocks and 1 horse....

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