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Appeal Against Water Assessment. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 10 February 1914

Appeal Against Water Assessment. The case in which John H. Gorer, o Ga3nu.warrs, is appeling against the ,o:cpulscry water charge as alluted to him by the Water Supply Commission -was furthesr continued last week. A re port of the e'idence tendered on Thurs ida.y last appears on page 4 of this issue Be!ow is a report of the evidence heard i n Friday and Saturday. FR[DAY, 6th FEBREARY. Wiliam Hugh McIltesh, farmer, Gan nawarra, gave evidence that he had rarmed in Ganunwarra for the last 3 yars. Had- been farming all his life. He said I hIave taken an active interest in fcarmine for the last 25 years. Was rarming in Gippslaud for a year and also in the mnle. Know Gorey and his iand My farm adj:.i.s his. Gorey and I pegged ou: the swmo;ups on Gorey's pro nerty. We FUo the poeg on the bon-n daries of the .swamp land. Caled it swamp land b.ca'use it was low lying lad as compared with the land aiound it The swamps were originally so because of the natural formation of the land, they have ...

Publication Title: Kerang New Times
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KERANG POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 10 February 1914

KERANG POST OFFICE. The following are the times of clos ing and arrival of mails for the under montio~pd places: MAIN LINE. M?IaLS CLosE DAILY For p.m. . pm Mdlbourno .,., 1,30 - Travelling P.O. 1.30 10.30 : Bendigo ... 1 80 10:30 Mitiamo ,... 1.30 -? - Mologa ... 1.30 - Pyramgid Hill 1.30 ::10,30. - Mincha .,. 1.- ::1:300 M1acorna ... 1.30 10·:i 30," Tragowol ... 1 30, :1030 M'Phail'f . .. I30 - MAILS AUIIvIr Al' POST OImoui romi a.m pm MIelbourno ... 6 3.20 Travelling P O0. 6 ::3.? " Bendigo .., 6 -' 3 3 : litiamo - :--':-330 IMulogi :.. ?3 20 Pyramid Hill... 6 3 .:"20: " Mlinoba - ' :: 3.20 Macorna ... 6 - 3,20 Tragowl ... 6 .. 3.20 M'Phai's .- 3.20

Publication Title: Kerang New Times
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SATURDAY. (Examination of Mr Chanter continued.) [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 10 February 1914

SATURDAY. (Examination of Mr Chanter con tinoed., To Mr Richards : The land would grov m e:.~u, with fertilisers, once in two years. It would require two waterings of three inches each. Would let the land lie idie the off year. 3iltlet is fairly hard upon the soil Additional fertiiisers would not allow of a crop annually. You can over fertilise. It is rnt the best iand for millet growing. The land would not grow mangels successfully. It is too tough. It would grow ppaspaun. It would take two waterings of three inches. Paspalum is only fit for graz ing. Do not Lhink it a profitable crop to grow in this climate. It is not suitable land for raFe; the soil is too heavy. Would only give one water ing of three inches. lave not seen rye or tares grown in the distric-. Tae land is unsuitable for peas. Outside of paspalum and lucerne it is not possible to get continuous crops off this land, uot to make it payable. The niost pro fitable use for the land is to grow cereals. On the 125 acre blo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 10 February 1914

ond ro a rice Prun= .,~ Sil Prevail " u h ,- - "l~unch.-?- , ,. __ Referee" and all soortin S .t- r ?-'ou have only to see the. goods and the ssu rnce : small Sale prices-then you'ii re inc S . i lik what ltargains 3wait you in.- TALK-ABOUTJBAP.GAI'NS -1 ?7 ,? " _- -- , , Well we neker <ff?red such fin, faul, . r s .,Lapesse. down economy offers bfres h f Then are su=e to 'rtne smiles of joy o! y jrs . .. " - to save on th-ir"" r ummer Clothing -is ow'sth~eme to a ve your cas Look wha GrndDress Ergains~. ric' lins dark and fiast Dress Twee, ds l dres of yds N6iace l ~sdark and light Drey s Tpeeds, 3s Gd dzress of yds SB d?-- C rds -seorted navy, black ace brown stripes, 5s lid dress 7yds 33m Lin eus, in tussure, grey and purple, 4s 6d dcz t~33in Tu~s-ure Sil, gotd values, is 3d yard Tusscre Silk, 2s 33, 2s lid, 3s 6d, to s 6d yard. I i~ awth or ~ n~slS2e B rcs-ie os.i e~ _ The e yOU TBBest - n'.-- ---- vf~~ ?N *- h.. :-??:hx ._. `8 , ,. ?... e-,uesgzz -z,nu; g t" '€,- " ~...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 10 February 1914

Cange of Suits .y dsy now you wii begin to feet! out-of-sorlts anrid out- - of- tblein your weather-worn wintersuit. Why not see about the ear;y, dIing ,,, a new .prin Suit ? Your Ap?n are s on You! a.ni yoer ltastcs are rtlecte:d in ).our atire. To 'oe confidlent tha )ou are faultic'csy etired have us tailor yoer nes, suit. NOWY is a good t me to send f.r Llest Petiers. .Choarges f oderao I SNW & EDWARDS, Drapers, glothiers sostumiers, ~VL V Merchant Tarilors. ar Mr C. F. Schier will be showing his choice range of Seasonable Goods at the Gilbert Club Hotel Sample Room on FRIDAY, JANUARY 23rd. Ar.y orders addressed to him will receive our best attentipn. Inspecticn invited. You can be Diessed flight up to the Times by 11, 13, 15, 17, Bridge Street, BALLARAT 1 Som.plete Home Furnishers. ^ S£3FMER e©M OR TS. a IP STRETCHERS, SUN BLINDS, BAMBOO BLINDS, SPRING ROLLER BLINDS; VENETIAN BLINDS, --ICE CHESTS.-- )ING CAMP STRETCHERS in best Army Duck, folds into small size. 151bs wei...

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The Thistle Act[?] [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 10 February 1914

The Thistle Act. fl The Kerang shire has of late been ac5 tive in enforcing the provisions of tht Thistle Act. At tihe Quambatook cour last Wednesday, before Mr Pennefather' P.MI., IMary Nolan and William Nolan were fined £5 and cost for breaches of the Act. Other proceelings were also taken at the Korang, Boor:,and Quamba took courts with the result that the fol iowing fines were collected by Inspector Gillies, viz., R. Biidop, and E. MI. and E. Hislop £5; R. J. Forman, £5; Rup ert Watson, £5 ; Michael HLarkine, £5; Hugh Kane, £5; Edward and Ivo Weaver, £5 ; Geo Taverner, £5 ; C. Pal mer, £5; S. Bloomfield £5 ; F. Murpliy £5; H. Metzner, £15. These sums are in addition to legal costs. Also at the Quambatook court James Cameron was fined i5 and costs, but the conviction was suspenued in consequence cf good work effected since proceedings were taken. Mir Myles O'Brios conducted the proceedings for the shire in all the above CrOS. The Carricks. fl The public are again reminded of the ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 10 February 1914

THE water assessment appeal case, Gorey v. The State Rivers and Water Supply Commission, is one of the most important that has been brought before the courts in this district. Its hear ing as affecting nearly all the landholders in the irrigation areas where the compulsory water charge is made, has naturally created a wide spread feeling of intense interest in the case. Further interest is also taken because it is the first ap peal made against the Commis sion's assessment and is viewed therefore as a test case. Another element of interest arises from the fact that the length of the court proceedings is it would ap pear, quite abnormal. The case opened in Cohuna before Mr Bar told, P.M., and after a day's hearing was adjourned to Koon drook. Two days were devoted to it there and then it was further adjourned to Kerang when another seven full days have been devoted to it and it has been further adjourned to the 18th inst. On the resumption it is hard to say how much longer it will la...

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FIRING HORSE'S MOUTH OBSOLETE TREATMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 10 February 1914

FIRING HORSE'S MOmT FI OBSOLETE TREATMENT. For burning a horse's mouth Pert' Manning, a .farrier, was fined I0/, I eluding costs, at Enfield, and for par? mitting the burning David Hale, a ar mer, was also fined 10/, including co '-;i (says "The Daily Mail" of Decemb00 16). Each defendant was ordelred ". Day £1/1/ for veterinary fees. A solicitor (for the Society for t. Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) s:i! Hale noticed that a horse which ,i0., his property had swollen gums, art .r: could not eat its food. He tok it i Manning, who treated the animal f" "lampas,' which was an imaginagrl', disease. Manning burnt the hors, t.' mouth, a practice which had clied ".:,' for twenty or thirty years, as it ... found that the disease did not exist -j: One of the society's inspectors ri d:E - he found burns three inches in dia?l ter inside the horse's mouth. Mann, i admitted that he had burnt the aninm '': and said, "I have fired thousands, " 5 . I hope to fire many more." D .. A veterinary su...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 10 February 1914

ILLF. RYAN, aaoirdresser, Tobacconist. Pra cy Goods, Commission and News Agent. Main Street, ,ohuna.e Agent for the following :-"Kerang Ne?Times ';"Ago"; "Bulletin"; punch"; "Tribune"; "Bendigo Advorteer" "Bendigonian" l F.fdrc," and all sporting pafyers, 0 p~ge t fir Norw:ch Union Fire Insurinco; City Miutual Life Assurance, international Harvester Company. Musical lostruments kepr in Stock. The Dudley AJccJrisous, Zonophones and Iecords . etc. LENDjINGJ LJ RARY, 28 Gd per quOateig Bst Authous , Xg mayf goou. - AT - Geo Adams & Sons. A large quantity of Goods just opened at SPECIALe LOW PRICES, suitae for XMdAS PRESENT.S $SLA1SSWARE. A choice selection of Fancy Lines comprising Water Sets, Bis cuit', Butters, Chee'e Civers, Decorated Jugs, Sweets, Comports, Vases, ]Žc., Etc. GRsK3ERY. Including Tea Sets, Dinner Sets, Fruit Sets, Children's Sets, Tea aots, Jardinieres, Ornamints, Shaving Niugs, Moustache Cups, and IgErd hariets of genieral lines. Lurge Stock. Roliable Qualit...

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MOTH BEATS MAN [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 10 February 1914

MOTil BEATS MAN Ingenuity in insects has never Iin more remarkably illustrated than ,i discovery just made by an ento nl cal expert at IHiston, in C anbri 9 shire (says "The Daily Esxpress")i. One of the greatest pests which fdi' growers in this country have to ? tend with is the winter moth It gins to appear.in October and the, male, whose wings are very short te quite unadapted to fight, climbs iu trunks of the fruit trees and dePo her eggs. These hatoh out in^? spring, and the caterpillars soon - tfie young leaves, in eP Hitherto fruitgrowers have e tember placed round each fruit trIe band covered with a sticky substSlO and when the female moth, climnbisng the trunk, comes to the band, she held fast by the sticky substancet, Recently, however, the female?? l has been found from time to time oaboe the band, and the mystery has -0 how she could have got there. TheO ? tomological expert of Mtessrs Chi -'t and Sons, the well-known fruit grO?OO " of Histon, Cambridge, has actually S1,...

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TO DO OTHERS GOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 10 February 1914

TO DO OTHIIERS GOOD. "I nhave been livin, i . S W, Quteens land fo~r thiqteen years, *writes MIr J. ..Tilda-le, etlilor of the Cunnaniulla "Watclunn." "Durslg that time I have been .subject to atltacks of DNiurhoea and have always found Clhamberlain's Colic and Diairkhoea remcledy to quickly relieve-me. I can recomncn.-l it to any one sufferigig from that complaint., You may use thit letter as you see fit for it is wdtten to do others good." Sold by all chemi.sts and siorekeepers.

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PRINCE BUELOW'S BOOK WHY THE KAISER WENT TO TANGIER [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 10 February 1914

PRINCE BUELOW'S BOOK WHY THE KAISER WENT TO TANGIER The Berlin newspapers publish sev eral extracts from Prince Buelow's hook on "Germany under the reign of the Emperor William." which is to be published in Berlin (says the Berlin correspondent of "The Daily Express"). As "The Expreas"'has already stated, the work of the former Imperial Chan cellor includes no sensation, nor even any revelation. But is is interesting as a record of Germany's recent history. The ex-Chancellor is at pains to ex plain and jus.tify his attitude during the earlier stage of the Morocco crisis, and explains that Germany insisted on having ain international conference at Algeciras because the simple and- un hindered annexation of Morocco by grance wvould have been a death-blow to Germany's prestige with all Moslem countries, wlhom the Kaiser had sol emnly promined constant protection and friendship. Prince Buelow also acknowledges that the IKaiser's journey to Tangier in 1906 was usdertaken on his advice, a...

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Land Classification Appeal Case. GOREY V. WATER COMMISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 10 February 1914

Land Classification Appeal Case. GOREY V. WATER COMMIS SION. The following evidence was given in the above appeal case before Mr Bartold, P'M., on Wednesday and Thursday last: MR GOREY RE CALLED. Nr Gorey, replying to Mr Balmner, said : In watering the lucerne the first three waterings on allot 77 took 10 inches of water; one portion of that land is worse than the other ; have my judgment on what it grows and the water it will take ; the land is suitable for cultivation; the suckers that were on the land were killed 12 years ago; there have been great i :terations in land values during the past two years; there has been a general decrease; it is the opinion the Commission is to blame for the de crease in the value of land ; the sworn valuations for probate show them to be much less produce the sizes of the lueerde stacks. To iMr Richards : Knew mthe parts that. are marked off as swmps to be such before there were any channels ; the swamps are all lower than the surrounding land; in ...

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WAIL OF THE BANK CLERK MAN WHO SHOVELS SOVEREIGNS [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 10 February 1914

WAIL OF TIlE BANK CLERK hMAN WHO SHOVELS SOVEREIGNS SThere is a common fallacy in the public mind that the bank clerk has a soft job, and an easy time (says "One of Them" in "The Daily Express"). The tradition is that he wears a morning coat and top hat, travels "first," leisurely strolls into the pala tial portals of his business abode about 10 a.m., and leaves at 4 sharp. It will doubtless .take time to eradicate this traditional figure from the public mind and put in its place the bank clerk as he really is-a hard-worked toiler whose hours are long, and whose pay is generally quite inadequate to keep up the respectability expected of him. It must be remembered that the small percentage of managerships and higher appointments are reserved, in most cases, for those who have friends at court-the court of directors. The ordinary young man, upon entering the service, of a bank, can only look for ward to at least 40 years' hard labor. If he should reach the age of 65 he may be permitte...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 10 February 1914

orP~jah~ ion. You can ge t i in Pull MTeasure at Hawthorne Bros. Summer S~ale. That's so-come and prove it. An ounce of proof is T worth a t~on of talk. ~. *. Our big bargains are S convincing, the values ? are tremenDdous and as ," , prices have been trim Smeed down to low .. i .water mark, they . ae satisfactory, that's 211u. Economy chances .re both numerous and varied. Come and Save Money on these Grand Miillinery Bargains. Smart ready-to-wear Hats, usual prices, 5s 6d to 10s 6d; sale price, 3s 6ld to 4s lid. Ladies' Tennis Hats, white and colored, usual prices, 2s lid to 5s 6d ; sale prices, Is lid and 2s lid. Shady imitation Panama Hats, new shapes, to clear, Is 9d. Blocked Curacos Hats, trimmed Iavy bands, latest shape, sale price, 2s lid. Children's soft Rush Droop Hats, leather bound, 8½d, ls, Is 3d. Children's Pique Washing Hats, White and colored, also striped, is lid, Ss lid. Slarge assortment of Children's Hats to clear at 6d. HRAWTHORNE BROS., The Store that serves you...

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THEATRE CRISIS COUNTER ATTRACTIONS [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 10 February 1914

TIBATRE CRISIS COUNTER ATTRACTIONS The theatres of Paris are, it ap pears, in a very, parlous way (says the Paris correspondent of "The Daily Telegraph" on December 16). The cinema, the. music-hall, and now, last but not least, the tango, have hit them very hard in that vulnerable point, the box-office. In "The Gil Blas" this morning a wail of humorous distress is raised by M. Gabriel Astruc, who is fully quali fied to speak as founder and director of that grandiose enterprise, the Theatre dles Champs Elysees, which closed its doors a week or two ago after five months' existence. The question of why his own en terprise has foundered; and so many others are perilously near the rocks, M.. Astrue answers by the following anecdote: One evening about six o'clock I met one of my friends, a grave and re verend signor. I suggested that we should make a little fooling-entente cordtale English for "Go for a consti tutional"-till dinnertime. S"Impossible," he replied with deci sion. "Why?" I a...

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CURED TO STAY CURED. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 10 February 1914

CURED TO STAY CURED. S------***---- "Cured six years ago" is good, but still well to-dav is better. \\e have been in vestigating many cases that were cured yeaurs .ago, !l?d it is gratifying to realise the large number who cheerfully say, "Yes, still wecll to-day." Does his ap ply to youti? lave yoi found a medicine that cured Vol to stay cured? The ease bIelow wtas first Iullitshed six years ago. This Ipalient at the time was reported cured lo Doan's Bachkacle Kidney Pills. The staitment is verified to-day and the cure shown to lhave been lasting. If are ill'na are using I)oan's aBackache Kidn-e Pills, you also will be able to say six years heice, what this nisi sayo "yes, still nel! to-day." Mr G. N. Tovey, Upper Road, Califor nia Road, Beiudigo, says:--" suffered from severe pains across the loins, and the docor told mn' I also had gravel. I could get niothling to do nme good, and ,tas afraid that I would never get bedter IHowever, a:fter tatking a few bottles of Doan's Backache ...

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INFLUENCE OF GOVERNESS OBJECTION TO FOREIGNERS [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 10 February 1914

INFLUEiNCE OF GOvERNtSs OBJECTION TO FOE?IGN?F Remarkable feeling against the. ployment of foreign gov5ernp -: ' French families has reccnth, e'? ? apparent here (says the Paris " , pondent of "The Daily No;s'" , ?., ber 19), and it seems to 'Irar Iste inspiration from the ,tsper ts than from the middle classes rathi MH. MIarcel Prevost gave Voi if he did not create-the prejudi cei his book "Guardian Angels, ?e? has been intensified by the' a" given to the author's views byty adaptation of the story to the The English public may judge of actual position of the controversb series of interviews in The T~r, giving opinions for and agi st foreign governess. t Princess de Faucigny Lencing is not only a "grande damne"but authoress as well, takes a Surpring "Nationalist" view of the dluestieonir ed'scation of the French girl byi foreigner she remarks, if it . th' scrupulously controlled by the pr.t cannot but influence disastrouslr an mentality of the child 'by m5di~i the sentiment due to ...

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Melbourne Wool Sales. February 2nd. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 10 February 1914

' Melbourne Wool Sale~s. February 2nd. Dalgety's held their 13th sale of the season yesteil1ay, and last of regular. weekly series, when they offered a large and attructi,ve catalogue of close on 50.0 bales. There. was a.large attendance of buyeils and conmpetlition was animated and general lthroughout, at values quite equal to ad\vanced rates noticeshle at last Monday's sale., A good clear,.ltce of the catalogue was effected, making the company's sales in Victoria for the sea son to date close oil 100,000 hales, Pritle of place was secured by a chloice - Tasmanian clip branded Cleveland, the polperty of Gellibrand Bros, whlich rea lised up.tL' 16d per lb for fleece, andl ave daged 14d per lb for the whole clip. There was good demand for scoured which sold to 22'd.

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THE LUCERNE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 10 February 1914

THE LUCERNE MARKET. ir HS K. Ward, lucerne special of MBlbourne, in his weekly re on the lucerce market. refers to S. an Hill crop ac follows: is cletsing to report that Swan iucr;no chaff, when care is exer with the cutting, is st:l1 topping market, and I r alised £5 per ton r.ettuck received from Mr E A an1, hich is the best price roe Sfor lucerna chaffon the mrlrket yar. The s?mnple was well cut, of good color, the leaf being wll rrved, and it is a credit both to grower and the man who cnt it. Ie is not a very large call for ium samples, and fair quantities ,been coming forward of green ne chaff which h:s be n badly enin the cu ting and has been eg at from £1 to £4 lOs per ton. Sof tht oFieion that the faul, uoes altogether lie with the chaff cutter here bad samples, buht ths the er is largely responsible for the htd up condition, owing to the thae tie lucorueo which brealks so. y has been lefT too long before be uowed, and in consequence of the ocks being allowed to go to far Ii...

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