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KERANG POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 3 February 1914
KERANG POST OFFICE. ..._.__. ---?. The following are Ltb times of clos ing and arrival of mails for the under mentioned places: MAIN LINE. MAILS CLOSE DAILY For p.m. -p.m Melbourne ... 1.30 "-- Travelling P.O. 1 30 10.30 Bendigo ... 130 10.30 Mitiamo ... 1.30 -- Mologa .. 1.30 - Pyramid Hill 1.30 . 10 30 Mincha ... ...- 10.30 Macorna ,... 1.30 : 1030 Tragowel ... 1.30 : 10.30 M'Phail's ... 1.30 -- MAILS AnavIE AT POST OrFFIC. rom a.m p.m. Melbourne .. 6 3.20 Travelling P.O. 6: " 3.20 Bendigo ... 6 , . 3 2U Mitiamo - -~ 3.30 Mologa . - 3-20 Pyramid Hill... 6' - 3.20 Mincha -' .-. 3.20 Macorna ... • 6 3.20. Tragowel ... 6 3.20 M'Phail's - 3.20 ? .-? . ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 3 February 1914
WILLF. RY , mirdaresser, Tobacconist, ~a cy Goods, Comlllmission and News Agent. Main Street, @ohuna. Agent for the following :-" Kerang New Times ";" Age" " Bulletin"; ,,Punch"; "Tribune"~Bendigo Advertiser "Bendigonian" ; , Referea," and all spo1 papers, l .A.ge.nt f~r Norwich Union Fhc Iusurtnce; City Mutual Life Assurance; International Harve~ster Cnnmpsn.v Musical Iostruments kept in Stock. The Dudley Accordeons, Z ,nphones and Rtecords, etc. LENDING LIBlARY, 2s 6d per quarter. Best Authors. Xmas Goods - AT - Geo Adams& Sons. A lJ rge quar tity of Goosds juSt opened at SPECIAL LOW PRSICGS, esuLtble for XMAS PREBTIi . GLASSWARE. A choice selection of Fancy Lines comprising WVter Sots, Bis cuits, Butters, Chceee Covers, Decorated Jugs, Sweets, Comports, Vases, Etc., Etc. Including 'Tea Sets, Dinner Sets, Fruit Sets, Caildren's Sets, Tea pots, Jardinieres, Ornaments, Shaving Mugs, Moustachle Cups, and a good variety of general lines.. eUTLERY. Large Stock. IReliable Qualit...
WELL AND STRONG. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 3 February 1914
WELL AND STRONG. What a grand thing it is for wonmen to feel well and strong? The Ladigs' College o[ Flealth lhas brought for.ward a home Ireatmenl that has restored thou sands to health at a trifling cost. Those intereslted can find out all about it if they send two penny stamps to Dept. 51, Ladies 'College of -Hetalthl, 46 Eliza beth street, IMelboudne.
The State and the Farmer. HANDLING OF WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 3 February 1914
The State and the Farmer. HANDLTNG OF WHEAT. Most peo,?e renlise in a geueral way that rto at least throee States, Victcria, New Scu h Wales and Souti Ans tralia wiheat growing is a vitally im poritant matte,-. Comparatively fsw, however, have gone iat all carefully into ilhe fiur ts o know how much the c:st ofl ma' keting atlects, and must eilct, the area under cultiva tion. Accordingr to the repopr of the Royal Coimmission which considered the questiou, the price of wheat has during the l1so ten years "varied from 23 O9d to 4s 2d per bushel; when the latter price, is paid the farmer can af tord to pay for bags a?d for ou- of d.te methods of handling, bult wlhen the lower prices rule the cost of mar keting undtr iui of date methods is ruinous. The report of the PRoyal Commis sion says tha4t the cost of bagns is fiorom 6d to7J, that the cost of bandling them is a big item and that the usual method of weighing them is quite un satisfic ory. It adds, whet all who are interested in the...
PRIZE ESSAYS TEN GREATEST INVENTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 3 February 1914
PRIZE ESSAYS TEN GREATEST INVENTIONS. The "Scientific American" offered prizes for the three best essays on the 10 greatetst patentable Inventions of tho past 25 years. No two competitors selected the name Inventions. In fact, only one invention, that of wireless tele graphy, was conceded unanimously to belong to the group of the 10 greatest. The vote on aeroplanes was almost unanimous. But beyond that there was no unanimity. The conditions of the contest stated that greatness would be measured in terms.of practical success and general ueHfulness to mankind; the competl tor'. were limited to .machines, de vices and dIscoverles commercially In troduced in the last 25 years, and sDccial emphasis was laid on the E + -ii~5i-_r=1117 lllr7 i -5- -C i-~-~ly~5~r~ L - i~ ·-ii __1--- ~r:T - ~· -· -~-; sz"-=;Sii- ~--1TT~-TITS-- CC ~·._ j C·L ---- ;c_ Ic-- ,~51 I~I~LTI-e ~ -----
"Digger Brand" Manufactures. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 3 February 1914
"Digger Brand" Manufactures. "Digger brand" jams, canned fruit , and toma:o sauce, have achieved by uniforn excellence of quality, so dc servealy high a reputation that the pub'ic demand has been an ever in oreasing one. I:Hence there is rno need to attempt to stimulhte the sale by the arts cf the advertisement writer. As a proof of public appreciation the Ben digo Fruit growrs Scietry, tUe manu facturers of the ' Digger Brand', con servecs, has just co. eluded another mo-t successful balf year's business, and the whole result shows conclu -ively thot the nor:hern districts of Victoria .an not only produce deli cious fruits, but can alco translate them into the exquisite finished ar tidles known as the Bendigo "Digger brand" products.
DISTRICT NEWS. APPIN. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 3 February 1914
DISTRICT NEWS. APPIN. A dance was held in the local Me chanics on Wednesday the 2?th ult, and was as usual a great success. About 35 couples tripped the weli prepared il or until the e~rly hours. Splendid music was supplied by Messrs Valiance and Jobling, ably as sisted by Miss Goad and Mr L. Moore Mr W. A~. WVood carried out the duties of M.O. The ladies committen were again to the front with the supply of refroehments, and everyone wrnt home pleased with their nigrht's enjoyment. These dances have hecorme very popu lar, and the committee are to be con gratulated on the capable manner in which they were carried out. The annual sports will be held on Easter Monday, a full programme will appear in later issues of the N,'EW TIM3ES. Miss Millet', the local school mis tress returned from the Christmas boli days and re-opene 1 school on Tuesday morning. In the examinations which were held towards the end of last I year she was successftil in having two merits and one qualifying cerificat...
Lake Boga Athletic Club. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 3 February 1914
Lake Boga Athletic Club. The annual sports meeting under the auspices of the Lake Boga Athletic Club was held in the recreation reserve on the 26th ult. The weather was unravor-I able, and several showers of rain fell during the afternoon. and greatly interfered with the atten dance. The officials, under the guidance of the president, Mr J. A. M. Robertson, worked- hard during the afternoon to make the. outing, under adverse circum stances, as pleasantf as possible. The secretaries. Messrs W. Cowan Gray and H. J. Winstone, were very attentive to their duties, and are deserving of praise for the complete manner in which they carried out the sports meeting. The following are the results: Sheffield Handicap, 130 yards. -First heat-H. Murray, 120 yds, 1; T. H. Cook, 12,yds, 2. E. Boys, 10yds, also started. Se cond heat-G. J. Long, 12yds, 1; H. Pepper, 13yds, 2. G. Pepper, 11yds, R. J. Fraser, 13yds, and E. Gleeson, 15yds, also started, Third heat-O. Wilson, 13yds, 1; S. Dounelly, 14yds,...
GERMAN BUDGET ESTIMATES AND NAVY PROVISION [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 3 February 1914
iGERMAI;N BUDGlET ETTIMATES AND NA Y PR~OVISION In the Extraordinary udge:t Esi rmates for the German Empire ?.e ex penditure shows a deCera?;e of £12,989,751 as compared witnh th la-t - simiate-s (telegraphed reutcr to the "Daily :New" on Novemner 24i. Ice Imtrperial Army Estimates sh,- a d-, crease. of £635,O000, and those of _he Imperial Navy a decreŽs-e of £1 ,012,00. The sum of £1,;57,551 has to o-e rised by loan, a decrease of £1,072,-9i as compared with last year. The follow;ing are points fromn the Extraordinary Navy Estimat-es: "Of the legally authorised number of shirs, two battleshiprs and three -mall cruisers, as in 1913, were still unbuilt, since for 1914 only ships to replace obsolete units are to be asked for. "To carry out the navy- law, the Extraordinary Estimates- provide for the appointment of a vice-admiral in the place of a rear-admiral, eight captains, 15 frigate-or corvette cap tains, 12 lieutenant captains, 78 chief lieutenants and lietutenants, and six chief...
A Drought of 13 Days. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 3 February 1914
A Drought of 13 Days. We have been kindly furnisl:ed with some rainfall sittistics by Mr W. M. Waddell, which show the meteoro logical conditions that prevail at It. Lyell, Tasmania. During the year 1913, 108.15 inches of rain fell-a little over 9 feet.. The longest peri d of drought during that period .was 13 days and the longest stretch of wet weather reached to 32 dayc. Even in December last which was a rather dry month for the place, there were 13 wet days and a total rainfall of 6.91 inches the average for the last 17 years, for the last month of the year being 7 79 inches. The average annual fall of rain for the last 171 years is 100 66 inches ant the av:r age for the ,ame peri d for the months April to hovemberl inclusive, i. over 9 irnches each month and the lowese, February, 4.69 inches. These figures are in eresting as showing the aiffer. -nce between Mt Lsell weather, with only 1424 hours of sunshine durifig the past year and Kerang with its al. miost perpetual succession...
STRUGGLE FOR DOG COLONEL AND WOMEN [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 3 February 1914
STRUGOLE FOR DOi COLONEL AND WOMEN As the result of a quarrel in the street over a valuable Pomeranian dog, Colonel W. R. Yielding, C.B., D.S.O., C.I.I., of Kent Gardens, Ealing, was summoned at Brentford on Tuesday for assaulting Mrs Gordon Sarrar and her daughter, Miss Margaret Bruce Sarrar. neighbors (reports "Lloyd's Weekly," November 20). The dog, It was alleged, was origin ally given to Miss Sarrar, who lent it to Colonel Yielding's daughter. On the latter's death the dog went to the colohel, but ultimately Miss Sarrar got possession of it again. Police Court proceedings resulted in an order for the dog to be given up or a payment of £10 to be made.. The £10 had been tendered, but refused. Miss Sarrar said the colonel tried to snatch the dog from her and her mother in the street, but Mrs Sarrar caught the animal and ran into the house with it. - Two police officers corrobbrated, add ing that Colonel Yielding sat at the bottom of the steps and called Mrs Sar rar "perjurer, liar...
MEXICAN ELECTIONS VOID BEATEN GENERAL COLLAPSES [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 3 February 1914
i eXCP ELECTIONS VOID beea- -n~ -:de __?- - ,-,lL;.. ~--.~'; -~ ~ dagy:--n rr='? .?_o-t .o _=p thae h_-ee-_ '?' fore: fZromn "ooltin H_ wa- s - od m-? to l-ave. to. Chiu-at u "U.oa.,nd a. -:a mecy fth.cbL, wh eepesn he--: F p -rea u- _ -a-, 0. ?.--e_ 'Arkie--?riC'. e. "-5 r?-- t-- i otr----igthe ra --. ;i·ston- e was a -.JwColle t a -n-Ge oea ua---. o gh-_ "a_ coertacounf - f he-.-is sut~erino, :? but he ~isi~i not _=- permanentl injr '7T'e ag'ed "eer 'al1 L-"-- Te'razas, ever, was. comp"e'-l ovesc-com, efn. had( to b- orcu"ht itto the town in an co"ma?npc red for tonE a tp rpe. Lat h--arr .--s rtrC"ad -hat mo'-e Ithan 10.i 'n the cara--an of refugeec hI ~hd s~rugc do tar?' Vea o ad tsh~rtn, aor to ti' uhe leos of een ebe Ei-g - 'n;on canps mark the stage n o- t heir _oherrne, accounh of te has a c-rin, bulr he is not iermanent!y injjred. '?'n aged genera', Lu i? Te-r~zas however,.I was completely o7ercom? 2ud hacd to be bcrouhssest into matherk tohen in a resting-place of some memb...
FLOGGING CHARGES OFFICIALS WITH SJAMBOKS. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 3 February 1914
FLOiGGING CHARGES OFFICIALS "WITH SJAMBOKS. It is now supposed that the allega tions of flogging and ill-treatment of Indians relate to an affray which oc curred at the Ballengeich mine on No vember 12 (says Reuter's Capetown correspondent). According to a report published by the "Transvaal Leader," the facts are ,that the mine manager, Mr Hutt. went to Hattingslruit on Government instructions to gather together the In dians who had left Ballengeich to take part in the protest march into the Transvaal. They had been arrested on the border and sent back to Natal l.y train. The Indians quietly followed 'Mr Hutt back to the mine. - In his absence the Indian women ap peared' and'harangued the Indians, de nouncing them as cowards arid fools. The Indians, numbering about 300, be gan running from hle mine, with the apparent intention of beginning afresh --r,,,,~ ·. I ~--C1 ~~C=5~CL~I~~.T·5--·_15C~- _·r r~----·:·r~-~;~E ~' "~C' .1~5 ~-- --~1`1 ·~ -r·- ---u ·~ ·:. c= --- i~ r ·--- ----~--·ri...
GRAIN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 3 February 1914
GRAIN MARKET. Australian, Mercantile, Land and Finance Co. Ltd. report:-- Wheat. Offerings of good quality are small, and the market continues fatrly firm. Sales of good to prime wheat have been efiece ted at 3s 5Md to 3s 6d; lower grades, up to 3s 5d ; inferior and smutty, down to 3s. There is a good deal of inferior wheat coming in, and sales are not easy to effect. B'rley has a quiet market, and buyers are not at all keen. Sales of prime English have been made at up to 3s 6d, lower grades of malting up to 3s 3d; feed and pearling have a little inquiry at lower rates. Cape malting, choice, to 2s 3d; prime, 2s 2d to 2s 2hd; feed at lower rates. Oats.-Good samples are in fair re quist, and rates are unaltered. Milling realize to is 9 d; feed sorts, is 7d to is 8d; a few to is 8hd. Offerings are now larger.
CLEARING SALE. January 29th. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 3 February 1914
CLEARING SALE. lanuary 29th. William Wallace and CO. report having conducted a most successful cldesring sale on account of Mr E. C. A. Hall at Tra gowel on the above date. There wams a splendid attendance of local and outside buyers and competition being very keen, every.lot offered was sold at prices highly satisfactory and was considered by all present one of the most successful sales ever held in the district. The principal sales included 109 Lincoln ewes, 2 tooth to full mouth, £1 5s; 98 ewes aod lambs, ISs; 90 Lincoln ewes, aged, 16s 061d ; 56 Lincoln ram lambs, 14s; Lincoln rams, £2 2s to £3 3s 5 medium draught mares and geldings, 3 to 8-years-old, £23 to £33; 7 2-year-old fillies and geldings, £9 to £18 pair; ponies, £25; dairy cows, to 16 Rs; waggon, £33 10sl ; D.S. buggy, £16 15s; light buggy, £21 15s; dray, £75s; and a large quantity of har ness and sundiies at satisfactory prices.
LUCERNE HAY & CHAFF. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 3 February 1914
LUOCER?E HAY & CHAFiF. H. S. K. Ward report:-I have to re port that there is a good market ruling here for lucerne hay and chaff, especially of choice qualities, the nominal values being £4 17s 6d for well-cut, green, leafy chaff0 and £3 17s 6d for green lucerne hay, derrick pressed with 3 wires to the bundle. The big bales which have been coming on the market from Kerang have been realizing from £3 7s 6d to £3 12s 6d, and are not a favorite with luyers.
HIDE AND SKIN MARKET. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 3 February 1914
HIDE AND SKIN MARKET. Thursday. The Australian Estates and Mortgage Co. Ltd. report :-Sheepskins.-The sup plies were not up to the usual; com petition spirited. Prices ruled 1 8d bet ter for well-grown parcels; others firm at late rates. Hides.--The supplies were up to aver age and prices ruled firm at last week's rates. Furred Sklins.--The season is prac tically over, and very inferior parcels coming forward