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MACORNA DISTRICT ASSOCIA[?] MACORNA V. TRAGOWEL. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 3 February 1914
MiACORNA DISTRICT ASSOCIAF MACORNA V. TRA.GOWEL ^ The openirng Inslcs i of eIlic 1.1' round" of manches was playvei . coxlna last Saturday, when" the',' clubs met., .Mess'G 31'kvor and. ner of Macorna, ind Loueglnan, . gowel, were absenl, whilst "F ,,: one of Trpgowels last season ,- : agail played for the club. The of the match, a i(n for 'r.! iby 18 runis, will cause more a: to be taken in the associationl S The points now stand: 3acorla,; ,clha, 4; Tragowel, 4. The follori the scores: Macorna. ,.::; MoDonough, b Douglas S. Cooke, b Douglas ... Vallance, run oub H Dunn, b McKnight, jun F Dunn, stp B McKnight b , McKnight jun: * Woodall, b Mowaf ... C Cooke, b Mowa *.. " Stephens, b McIntosh '." MeKean, c and b McIntosS *** j Rowe, not out ... ... '"' T. Cooke, b Mowat ... " Sundries Total . f I Bowling--McKniglht junrb 2fr Douglas, 2 for 16; McIotosh, ," [ Mowaf, 3 for 5 Do Tragowel l'e Douglas, h McDonough '" 4 Fearn, b MoDonoughl " 1 Sharp, b McDonough '" i[ B McKnight, o &a...
BOWLS. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 3 February 1914
BOWLS. SThe third round for the singles tourna ment now in progress on the IKeraLig green has been completed and resulted as follows : Milvain 21 beat Morton 4. Forte 21 beat Roberts 20. Oiegory 21 beat B3artlett 20. Scott 21 beat Davey 13. \Vaddell beat Hawthorne (absent). For toie fourth round the only match to be played is Scott v. Waddell, the three remaining players being allowed byes. This prevents a bye in the semi final. The draw for this pits Milvain against Gregory, and Forte against the winner of the Scott-Waddell match in the fourth round. The competition is ex pbcted to be completed in the course of the nexrt fewv days.
CRICKET. McCARTHY—HELLER COMPETITION. Kerang East v. Wandella. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 3 February 1914
CRICKET. McCARTHY--HELLER C0O: TITION. - Kerang E ust v. \Wandelh. These two teams met at Kenr:~i on Saturday, 31st ulb. Kerasi?, first and succeeded in knockinii:.t 46, ten of which were sundt: Mundy and Phillips were theo? eij men who managed to get ilute figures, with 10 each. G. MIahre's::. mg was most successful with a recz: 3 wickets for 2 runs. WardelLe:zj oiled 59 runs of which G. hlkd.:! tributed 29, no other batsmant? ee ] higher score than 8 runs Tb(! bowling was done in this insie!:i Craig who netted 4 wickets forl .I: The details are : Kerang East,. B. Munsly, c F. Mahar, b Wood ,,,e R. Mundy, c Loosemore, b F. ~ht~h Boyd, run out... ... .. Farrant, b F. Mahar... Phillips, b G. Mahar.. ,,,.. Uraig, b Wood . J. Thiore, run out ... ..... C Thorne, cWil isoes j.l f. .ak P. Thorns; b GIiTaha . Smith, not out Welch, b Wood ... ... Sundries... ... ...... Total : Bowling.-Wood, 3 for 10; F,': 2 for 17 ; G. Mahar, 3 for 2. : Wandella. P. Manuel, c Farrant, b J. Thoru? Lanyon, n...
MACORNA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 3 February 1914
MACORNA RACES. The following weights have been de clared by Mr G. Morecrof for the racs to be held at MDacorna on Wednesday next: Trial Stakes. Fleeter, 10-0; Chester Mac, 9-10; Coddlion, 9-7; Escamore, Schimmileer, 9-5; Grainger, Katanly, 9-3; General, Rose Mettus, 9-0. Bracelet. Bonadea, 10:9; I.C.L., Cupid, 9-10; Charmmel, Maclaris, 9-7; Laurine, Miks Lastcombe, 9-2; Snow Queen, Codi lion, 9.0. Flying Handicap. Bonadea, 10-10; Cupid, 9-10; Charm mel, Maclaris, 9 8; Fleeter, 9-7; Sir Lachlan, Miss-Lastcombe, Chester Mac, Laurine, 9-3; Katanly, Codilion, 9-0. The fol!owing handicaps have been de clared for the handicap trot : Sparrowhawk, Brownie, Queenie, Grey Boy, Polly, Jacamar, scr.; Brownie, 20j'ds. bhd.; Rob Roy, Osteralia, 30yds. bhd.; Laddie, 5(yds. bhd.; Jack, Curie, 75yds. bhd.; Fairboy, 90yds. bhd.; Ktty, 100yds, bhd.; Equality, 175yda, bhd,. Bimple Bimon, B(0yds, bhd, o :.. .
FIRES AT THE ROYAL HOT[?] SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTAN[?] [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 3 February 1914
FIRES AT THE RO SUSPICIUI;S CIRCIB;1r .,\l extior llnar . re curreil at e lrtl Satuildav Inightl nlled 1 The cause is neot lklu minlutes ]plst 0le eveing IenillliOell oCi ( loed at tIle holel lne of ;'as a fire i10nl oe ti situateld lowards Ihe of mises, She at ollce rear i and tlhe licensee, 0 ale hoarder were eo t 0he1s by the applicalion o[l Ic oyater quenched Ihe lal serlous damange was dioeal io it was foundl t 1hat 1 lains Iaid in solle nr laken fire. mtl a1 1 li y the 1o00i wa ; also a ' the breeze whiclh was blo 0window had cal'ied aerl side of the ro;,on all(1I is not knowon. It eonltl pears as if tlhe fires hOi fc lal 111a&lt;e~0 simultaneously. It is r flire was seen ill liie, I flood hold on I he toodod o1lce gf in. fair Siai.l no saveld the whole Ireiie I reduced to a.?sIre. TIe lbuilding in which ie1 is .built of liiier will r linings, The ai ali pel lauilding is buil of1 r to twenty uifllles lalcr was di.seoverel il a flelr part of Ihe prenIses. l tlhe loiders...
Loan Money for Railways. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 3 February 1914
- Loan Money for Railways. In the Railway Loan Application Bill before Parliament, provision is made amongst other things, to? spend the amounts for works as hereunder : Additions and improvements to various lines by relaying with heavier rails, and providing extra sleepers and ballast, £5000. Additional and improved dwelling ac commodation for employes, £25,000. Ballarat.-Towards constructing loco motive workshops, etc.. £45,000. Bendigo.-Towards constructing loco motive workshops, etc., £45,000. Carriages and vans, including improve ments to existing stock, £229,500. Locometives, *255,000 Trucks, £5315,000. Truck covers, ;£20,000. Rolling stock, equipment, machinery and other works, £47,966. Elmore to Coauna line, including roll ing scock, £55,000. Sea Lake to Pier Millan, including rolling stock, £45,825. Swan Bill to Plangil, including rolling stock, £55,826. The expenditure under the heading "Additions and improvements to ways and works" totals £1,276,000 and under "Additional ...
REVENUE RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 3 February 1914
REVENUE RETURNS. The revenue returns from cus toms for January amounted to £1,345,896, being an increase of £44,882 on the previous January. Queensland and South Australia show decreases, while all the other States show an increase. The total revenue receipts for the first seven months of the pre sent financial year is £8,827,519. This is a decrease of £423,734 over the same period of 1912-13. The Postal revenue for January was £398,492, being an increase of £47,521 over the preceeding January. West Australia shows a £1,500 decrease, New South Wales £800 increase and Vic toria £10,400 increase. The Pos tal revenue for seven months was £2,601,456 being an increase of £190,436 over the same period in 1912-13.
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 3 February 1914
i Ponderous Price Prun= as Prevail AT ' You have only to Lee .the goods and the senall Sale prices -thcu you'll rea l use what bargains await you. r TALK ABOUT BARGAINS ,f Well we never- rffered such fine full, i /·C . : , , presseA down economy offers bffre. Thoey are su e to hring smiles of joy f-. ". ( to lacies who want to save on their S / Summer Clothing Now's the t- me to s'ave youi' cash. Look - wh·at Gr'and. Dress Bgargains, 'Nic' line of derk and iigh~it Drcss Tweeds, 2a- Gd dre-s of 5yds Nice line rf dark and lIght Dress Tweed., 3s 6d dress of 5yris Bedford Crds, asor,;ed navy, black ane browu stripes, ,s lid dress 7yds Another line of Fancy Cords ano P.ques, assoried S:rife-, 3s 6ddress cof 7 yards . .. Crums Prints, guaranted fast. co'ors, 4- lid dozen Our A1 Imported Prints, fast colors, 5· ld d, z 36in Lin nes, in tuss.,ro, grey and purple, 4s 6d doz 33in Tussore Silk. gotd values, is 3d yard Tussore Silk, 2s 3d, 2s lid, 3s Gd, to 5s 6d yard. awthi aore -uBr oso, " Th...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 3 February 1914
hang~e of Sao -' ~ ~~~~~ 1\ "? "-- ,"4'2P'. ", dy no? i Y f CII :,l begin 1o feel oil-ef-s!r s. and out _ of.i e in your we,,her-worn .in! r suit. ?f.ih nut e abCOc therl c .rly urd.rk:g of a nuew prm;uR Suit " , - o, r Ap.. s,..aO i . Depen d s -n1 You! End your iastes oere rcFitetd in yourathrr. To bz confident Iht you are feuwl essy attired havo us tair or y ,r ew -ut. NOW' is a good lme to sen~d for Latest ratterns. Chorge Modcrate. Ss' Ea~o & EDWARDS, /j ,,ih Class Ln dicS 'nd - nfd Mou'Y Ta~rorS c -- -- -Keran ( ( Drapers, O1othiers, ostRumiers, 1i~erhant Tailors. Our Mr C. F. Schier wi!l be showing his choice rango of Seasonable Goods at the Gilberb Club Hotel Sample Room on RIDAY, JANUA--Y 23rd. Any orders addressed to him will receivs our best attention. Inspection invited. You can be Dressed Right up to the Time~s by i II, i3, i5, 17, Bridge Street, BALLARA T,7, ---- ?-S ~ ~ .L?·-·.' '?~~s,?. i--? ,, o Comrp lete Hoe Furnish~er ",,~ai ·~~~- . ,~~~ ~PR$ ..- :?. :.,....
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 3 February 1914
That there is a . reasonable advance in the production of agricultural, pas loral and manufactluing conunodities' in Victoria is pivted by the publication ot Part X of the Victofian Year Book 1912-13, which has come to hand. Mih pig. alrkne shows a falling off, but tins might be expected ior two reasons, (1) because evcry ounce of gold takel ftlom. the gold fields leaves al; ouinpe less thare. MAfooqver, the valuable metal lhs been taken from the most accessible places and therefore that which ,is leit ~ s more diflicult. to find and more codtly to w'in. Of couj.c im portant discoveries of gotd nmay be Imadt at any timp, but the aunmber and valup of such discoveries are not likely to be as great an lhe'otofore.. There is anotlher caus. for the decline in our gold yield, that is the increased cost of and the better conditions of labor in the mities. No one will berudge the Lnihexrs' improved conditions. Thei.rs is a dangerous and laborious occupa tion, But investors cannot be ex pect...
IN A L[?] [?] [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 3 February 1914
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LAND AND LABOR PREMIER'S VIEW. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 3 February 1914
LAND AND LABOR T'1'.';.I ; F "'H VIi;V/, "','v Ilsvs : Ifý . lo I nfuIf ;'Is ;,lrat r "In or ;,irl 1i : if'!I I t'"( ' wo -Itotr , -'h ,". prim:a y pjur-. ;wi)'I. i, 1., infli fjr'll in id I, , tj hTrli lal, liiilfJ: oidpr lof i mi. lI i I li, It l n: j?y of ; l iid projlij ;ii nid tl (i&lt;; )(:(:¢ ;!.dl y of Ijlid '.rifio," " i.icli)rl'ui M1r A,/)fultt ;ta , 'o;ila ' tio ri;i.U rl,;:i.l,'rs tiiV/ (row Cof'trail Iru l 'I p&lt;ul ;ion. I ; ,- Pr('f rrl»1r vaid ti? pr' ip'l( or His, rntwt of thli( rilul 1,11r'tl fo)iltinl i ll.y lfpII ((:ll d onl t h1 'I , o If i 11 ruIral l ,i,borlfr. "i, 011r141n alli(d Northlumbfe'rland the Iv 1i';rlI( w'/&lt;-&lt;kly .airilrifOsl of thel agro 'slli, fI'il ; ,bor r, w ;'(, Zl/ i,i(] 22/, Jn 'lxfordl-.ilr rouil Norfolk they rainged froii jtlil el w .o j|i;l (t 1,i1ov. f 15/. "W1V1t ( Io J mi:Ii whion 1 il.y 'inlnl |malln 5 ''/$il:";! I |ll nfl'i, W .wa : nuc lJ ; It to tiinri l Fo I I i ior ' r of 'i./Vlrigf, ilndux ...
SUDDEN DEATHS IN KERANG. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 3 February 1914
SUDDEN DEATHS IN KERANG. No less than throe cases of sudden dLeath took place in Kerang on Satur day last. In one instance the death was startlipgly sudden, while mn the othere it was 1jrcceeded by illnesses pt greater or less duration, MIR ADAM DICKSON. "dr (Adam Dickso;n, a very old resident or the Kerang district, who has been an inivalid for some time, passed peace fully away in 'his sleep early on Satur day morling. The deceased gentleman. wno was 6?p years or age, "ecaIme lunwell about eighteen months since, and came into Kemang from his farm at Teal Point for medical treatment. He recovered sufficienllv to return homincj lult about eight months hIgo hlie was again hlrought i'nto Kerang and has resided with his son-in-law, Mr A. G. Adams, -where lie was confined to his room up to the time of his death. About 4 a.mn. on Sntautlay morning l lis daughler, Miss D)ickson, allended to deceasedl.. Afle.r this he evidentlv fell asleep and passed awaty wi hout l the slightest movement,...
CABLES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 3 February 1914
CABLES,. The German ship Hira sank off Nare Point. in .Cornwall. Nine teen sailors were drowned. Two thousand Dublin builders' laborers returned to work under old.conditions and agreed not to join Larkin's union. Mr Austin Chamberlain, speak ing in Yorkshire, said no conces sion regarding Home Rule was worth considering unless it pro vided for the exclusion of Ulster,. The Japanese police at Tokio arrested Reuter's correspondent and searched his domicile on the ground that he was involved in the recent naval scandal. Two men seized, gagged and bound -the sentry at Curragh camp at Kildare, The London "Spectator" advo cates Lord Chelmsford's claims for the Governor-Generalship. Mr J. T. Bain,.secretary to the South African Trades Federa tion~s, one of the ten strike lea ders deported from South Africa, wrote to his wife stating they un derstood their wives and children would get free passages to Eng land.
REAL PROGRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 3 February 1914
REAL P?-CGFj-. !"luc1tin tin, prolP ss is 11,veC rivO h1in,5,211 to do nnl?l~y 1minut~e. O'ix in Ihu , it,,:a dh i I, i;ii . tut u ] '.. C"P :otk iin the ie'ti hitr iiit hi Ins jiot Youll h;hl hi:3 o';'ln.whiolu be:i dioes. Fiih?:, h is?hIs be(i weist :sr- w·[.t.* ot tillt' iJ o" tis.ue; and \ ,sce is nexve rei-l 3 imtid upi. 'Ii(i (GttoisLl.? S ?li.ndY )irogl'ess t)bt .Ir uii:'-'s fillll c C.o?0o1.S o i'ecCovtr e lh loSt Itrct. IL will al ,ays be so. hllier to hol to steady ':,'ork, sMaltting it. crislply ill he ea'rly llOrnllillg, ,itd letting o sihlarply at the ilte to sl.ol, .tthall to COll!lt. HiiO- re -·ovelrinlg wivlat. |w lminutelsit'; are ]o:st, and (hecii\'e oursellvtes in!o think!.inhl .hat i?ls endl ed well. All is well that nds i iwell, but it liha not enhcd will inless it was Well at every stcpt ot ithe "way.
AN ENORMOUS INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 3 February 1914
AN ENORMOUS INDUSTRY. Unknown, except to fhl scientific wolrld, there lives to-day in a little village in Mlid llescx veteran savanw, whose discoveries lhav-e elrepenited to colnmlrcce ro?oe wealth (1h:n the fortunes of all the RoT.hschihls, iloc!.c fellerl's, and a-hderi ts. He is )Dr'. W. I-H. Perlin, thle disCoeuverer o ana line dyes. He was a lOciC loyv wh(,ie sii'(deii ly coal tar, a w s p:: l d )iotllc, beeilllle b1 acath his magic wand a soulrc of in ,xhaustihle wealth. The ceuinns m;apped up the discovery. 'hli', nt ce, profited. To-day all our most 1beau ilful dyes, our iuOSt excquisite scent.i xearly all our best disinfectanits, :(' :harin, essences, oils, ?oil a thousand >ther Drodlucts are de;ived frot tIh.i ich mine whichl Dr. Perkin dlisco ced.