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Hensive Drainage and Private Drains. SHIRE SOLICITOR'S OPINION. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 10 February 1914

fensive Drainage and Private Drains. .lil! *oLI( ITOI 'S OPINION. 1 tl. !,,! in elio t of I 'i Shirj, *.i liih "re soliciodr, iir Myles -. ,. v<r hiis opinion- on tlie above ' "' i :--" person making .'' 'crJoss or in any. street or t 'i" . is liable .lt a picnflty of "i ' i i r. <-erv div it is con-, , i ii.' cu niln my till up dlain ' i eii~n'se of' ,pr'eIs'on concerned.. - k i11.1i' (iiraiins without aultliority SrI;;',l I.', .siinilir licialties.: No. per i without thei consent of .the .il iinplyv a tiervate drain ito' a .:.t ,lr-1 Penally, £20, and froni ")'i '5)'." f eachi day conlimued ,be s. co~s iand expenss mcurinied inI , Ii.: .i, default. Persons per-. Ih',; I0 ruil from anyv in ito or i stre((! ro:l, foolway or channel, Sufiinsive li\ iid or nialler. Penally, l',re lil lin is a surface drain t i i cotnstlruccld imerly -to reccive ,.(. iv.,ilr, housclholedrs may not 'h r"' slops into iL - • * "i,;.' . (Glof lheLocaJ Government 19)3. ;iyV louse or bu...

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

ebruary clearance sale at the Greshan, tuia Street. Big reductions in all -rtnents. Special lines in voile robas h)!OUsec in lcage sizes, underclotbiniz, et, mnillinery, neckwear, etc. Ten ceut, discount for cash. Call und in r. L. L. Smith, Miassina's Almuanacs 914, d eachl posted 7d; also Gid s reliable wecather clhant tor 1919, ls posted, 1is ld, now- obtainablo at .:Iduchl, I(erang News Agency aud irts De'Pt ,-Advt. Wthllolne Bros have primo Amber l p d ..alnluese Millet Seed for sale o pccicl Chineso Millet, grown from nimported direct from China, 5d. db. Agenlt for Cuming Smitha , and other manure,-A4vt, 1914. To finish the year 1913 well it is necessary for you to send your order for hiii class groceries, Xmas hams and bacon, Xmas cakes and puddings, Mil dura; preserved fruits, English and Col Sonial preserves, choicest wines and spirits Sl;wpDpes 5ry ginger ale, earto, and cordials, Beck's and Foster's lager. Eng lish and Colonial ales. All goods packed flee of charge.- Erne...

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LAWN TENNIS. KERANG V BARHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 10 February 1914

LAWN TENNIS. KIE. . NG V BA1HAM. cornecion with the A section of district association, a further h was played between the Ket. nd Barham clubs at the latter's d. The ladios were again sue '1 winning by 11 gamer. There Sarrow margin of four games in ents match, tbo honors being with aram team The following are esults (of the various games: Gents Doubl's. no and O Brien 'beat Gorey and ch 7-5, and Say and Sioclair ), and lost to Taverner aad At on 6-I. egg and Willan lo:t to Taverner Aitkinson 6-3, and Say and Sin 6-3, and Gorey and Blench 1. eolcy and Scott beat - Say and Sn 5-, -1 ; Gorey and Blanch 7 - 5 ; lost to Taveorner and Atliinsou _3. otals, Batham 41 games; Korang isses McCarthy and Pye boest MIrs y and Mliss F. Sparrow 6 -1. isses Tay om and Pye beat Miss _ow and Miss F. Sparrow 6-4, Mrs Gorcy and Miss F. Sparrow 0. ises ItMcCarthy and Taysom beat Corey and Iliss Sparrow, 6-3. o-al Barbam 13 .ames, Kerang 24 as. con onection with the resigrnation the ecretaryship ,f the Ke...

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ENGLAND AND GERMANY CEASELESS HUMAN TIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 10 February 1914

ENiLAND AND iERMANY - CEASELESS HUMAN TIDE. Here is a clever article by Mr F. TV. Wile, the Berlin correspondent of "'bhe Daily Mail," which shows the remark able rignilicance of the Night Train to Berlin. It shows how great world movements may be happening under our very noses without anybody realising what they mean-not even the scaremongers. "f I had a mandate to lay the foun dations of a treaty of peace and good 1'illbetwveen Great Britain and Ger many I should not choose for a back ground Mr Carnegie's mirrored temple of brotherly love at the Hague, - ur stately Westminster Hall, or the his toric Congress Room-of the Imperial Ohancellor's palace, says MIr Wile. I should put my friendship plenipotenti aries in the Flushing train at Victoria at 8.35 some fine evening, or at 1.5 at Fi'iedrichstrasse in Berlin in the after noon. I should require them to take note of what was going on around and about them, for my case for an Anglo German entenfe would rest primarily on what is done...

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WIDOW'S MONEY ALLEGED CONCEALMENT OF DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 10 February 1914

WIDOW'S MONEY -ALLEGCED CONCEALMENT OF DEATH Further details of the remarkable case of the late Mrs Elizabeth Alice Whittaker, of. Blackburn, whose two husbands both committed suicide, were described at the Blackburn Police Court on Saturday (says ."The Daily Express" on Decemiber. S), when Frank M'Laren Stephenson, formerly a solici tor's managing clerk, appeared on re mand. .He is charged with fraudulently con cealing her will and misappropriating £490 from her estate. Aifter Mrs Whittaker's second hus band committed suicide she went to Egypt with Stephenson, and before their departure the Lord Mayor, sher iffs, leading citizens of York had a public dinner to present. Stephenson with a testimonial. Mr Edgar. Whittakeir. a son of the dead woman, said he last saw his mother alive in February, 1909. In No vember of the same year he wrote Stephenson saying that the family could not understand why Mrs Whit taker did not write. One day he met Stephenson in Black burn, and said to him: "...

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HUMANE CONSTABLE TOOK STRICKEN WOMAN TO HOSPITAL [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 10 February 1914

HUIIANE CONSTABLE TOOK STRICKEN WOMAN TO HOSPITAL Police-Constablc 702 A4 was war;mly complimented by coroner and jury at Chelsea on Saturday for his considers tion and humaneness in taking a suf fering woman to Westminster Hospital instead of straigltt to the police-station (r.ays "Lloyd's WVeekly" on December 12). The inquiry concerned the death of Mrs Esther Gardiner, of Commercial road, Pimlico, the middle-aged wife of a porter at Budkingharh Palace. The officer said he saw the wnoman lying on the footpath in Willow street, West minster, looking ill. He took her on an ambulance to Westniinster Hospital, wherea she was examined -by- a doctor, who stated that she was the worse for drink. He, therefore, had to remove her to the infirmary. James Gardiner, the husband, ?aid it nwas arranged that his wife should meet him on the previous Tuesday evening, but she.failed to do so. Nor did she return home. Hearing what had hap pened he went to the infirmary, and found her there unconsciou...

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PREMIERS PAY SACRIFICE TO END SCANDAL. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 10 February 1914

PREMIERS PAY SACRIFICE O .END SCANDAL. Count Tisza. the Hungarian Premier, and' Count I(huen Hedervary, the former Premier, have repaid out of their own pockets to the Hungarian Traffic Bank the sunt of £60,000, which the bank contributed to the Govern ment party fund in consideration of receiving a concession for a gambling casino on Margaret Island, in the Danube at Budapest. The arrangement (says the Vienna correspondent of "The Daily Express" December 6), was made with Dr. von Lukacs, Count Tisza's predecessor in the Premiership, and the scandal which-it gave rise to caused von Lukacs' fall. Count Tisza. when lihe took office, refused to recognise the bargain, and the bank threatened to bring an action against the party or ganisation if the money were not re Eunded. This was impossible, however, as the money was spent at the last election, nd the party chest is now empty. The Opposition. of course, made the nest of the scandal, and the two party eaders decided on a personal sacr...

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CUPS OF COFFEE VALUE AS STIMULANT [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 10 February 1914

CUPS OF COFFEE VALUE AS STIMIULANT In a recent issue of the "Lancet" it is pointed out that hitherto such analyses of coffee as have from time to time been made and p5ublished have referred to an examination of the entire coffee berry, and not to the infusion as it reaches the con sumer. The results are now set forth of an investigation into the. composition of the infusion to be drunk, the chemistry of the "grounds" having been left out of consideration. In drawing a comparison between coffee and tea the results show that while the alkaloid caffeine in coffee is identical with that in tea, yet its as sociations in coffee are different. In tea infusions the alkaloid occurs chiefly as a tannate, which is a com pound insoluble in the acid iuices of the stomach. In coffee it occurs in an easily soluble compound. Here would ap pear to be the explanation of the prompt action of coffee as a restora tive and stimulant, particularly when employed as an antidote to narcotic poisons. In the s...

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AUSTRALIA'S EXAMPLE FIELD OF EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 10 February 1914

AUSTRALIA'S EXAMPILE FIELD OF EDUCATION. In "The Manchester Guardian" of De cember 17 Mr Charles Peach, secretary of the. Northern Counties Education League, wrote:-The letter of Bishop Frodsham in your issue of to-day's date is a direct challenge to the North mrn Counties Education League. Bishop Frodsham appeals, not for the first time, for the ending of the religious difficulty. This he does in the sacred names of liberty and religion. Need I say that I am heartily with him in his desire, though I pause to examine his methods? Bishop Frodsham frankly confesses that the difficulties we deplore have been largely due to the narrowness of .nglican school managers, but he sug cdsts that the situation has been :ag gravated by a similar spirit of narrow ness in the Council schools. In that a lust comparison? In the Anglican schools only Anglicans are appointed as Leachers, although their salaries are paid by the public. In the Council schools Anglican tea chers have equal chance with ot...

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FICKLE SEASON HAS WINTER FORGOTTEN TO CALL? [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 10 February 1914

FICKLE SEASON HAS WINTER FORGOTTEN TO CALL? The continued sociability of the sun, when he really ought to be thinking about going-for it is getting late-is beginning to make people nervous, in spite of their employment. They like his company, of course; but why is he so remarkably friendly? What does his summer warmth in November por tend? Cei'tainly the vendors of winter blan kets, furs, and overcoats are beginning to look'thlese gift rays in the mouth, so to speak. "Nobody," said a London tailor to a "Daily News" visitor on No vember 29, "is having overcoats made. My stock of heavy stuff is practically dead." The tailor's countenance was the only sign- of November seen yesterday. He was beginning, quite thoughtlessly, Io wipe the heat from his brow, but quick ly desisted when he saw an overcoat less man begin to look at his show of gloomy tweeds. Already some big dra Ders are inviting the suburbs, by cir cular, to ignore .the sun, by glancing at winter goods at reduced prices. The...

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WIFE'S COWBOY LOVER HUSBAND TOO MUCH OF GENTLEMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 10 February 1914

WIFE'S COWBOY LOVER HUSBAND TOO MUCH OF GENTLEMAN. The love of a highly cultured New York woman for an uncouth, illiterate ranchmani was disclosed In the Su preme Court to-day (says the New York correspondent of "Thd Daily Mail" of November 25) when a divorce was granted to Mr Charles Dwight Folsom, a well-known lawyer, on the strength of a letter addressed to him by his wife, who wrote from a small town in North California: -"Yo6 were too much of a gentleman. Brutality is necessary f6r my control; this man has it." Mrs Folsom's amazing letter de scrlbes in great detail and with fine literary skill her meeting with the man whom she calls her "natural mate." "He sought me out," she says, "because of a chance word of mine he heard in the street. He was kinder to me than anyone.else has ever been. I did not love him at first, and was merely happy and contented with him. He took me long drives. He loves horses as much as I do. In fact, hNe knows nothing but horses. His whole life has be...

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NURSE IN THE FLAT AMUSING EVIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 10 February 1914

NURSE IN THE FLAT SAMUSING EVIDENCE. The jury (King's Bench Division, Mr Justice Coleridge and a special jury) failed to agree upon a verdict in the ac tion brought by Miss Charlotte Beid, a certified medical and surgical nurse, against Mr Oscar Cupper, managing di rector of Metallurgilue, Limited, of 43, Hanover Gate Mansions, Regent s Park, for damages for alleged assault, false imprisonment, and wrongful dis missal. The plaintiff's case was that she en tered the service of the defendant as nurse to his child and companion to Mrs Cupper. She-was not treated ac cording to the representatiohs made to her at the time of her appointment, and after various unpleasant incidents Mr Cupper struck her dn the left side of the face, bruised her chest, dismissed her, and locked her in the nursery for ten minutes. Counsel: For the, plaintiff, Mr J. B. Matthews, IK.C., and Mr Harold Sim mons; for the defendants, Mr Clavell Salter, K.C., and Mr Storry Deans. MIrs Cupper, wife of the defendant, g...

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BLACK MEN'S CLAIM DID NOT MAKE A VOYAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 10 February 1914

BLACK MEN'S CLAIM DID NOT MAIKE A VOYAGE. Three colored men, Frederick Murse Nathaniel Macaulay, and George Good Sing claimed wages against Captain W. A. Hall, master of the Emerald Wings, at Swansea, yesterday (reports the South Wales "Daily News" of Decem ber 18). Macaulay and Gooding claimed £2 7/8 wages and £5/10/ damages, and Murse, £2/10/4 wages and £6/10/ damages. Mr Thompson,who appeared for them, Mtated that they had signed on at Ca'~ diff for a voyage to Australia, but after working for 13 days at Swansea were discharged, it being stated that the Commonwealth regulations did not allow of the black men's landing, and the captain would have to deposit £100 in respect of each colored man. Mr C. R. Phillips, who appeared-for the captain, said that there were ten colored men altogether; seven accept ed compensatidn, receiving £2/7/8, "or the 13 days, and the difference between that amount and £5/10/ and 4/ railway fare from Swansea to Cardiff. But these three men would not acce...

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WHY NURSES GET TIRED NIGHT IN THE WARDS [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 10 February 1914

WHY NURSES (ET TIRED NIGHT IN THE WARDS (By Lucy E. Ashby, in "The Daily Mfail.") Nine p.Tn. Night nurse is beginning her twelve hours' duty. The ward is a study in repose. All the lights except two were put out half an hour ago, and under one of these day sister is completing her re port. Nurse glides up to her for in structions. They speak in whispers. '?Rather a heavy ward to-night," says sister. "There's a fractured base been admitted and an appendicitis. And-let me see (glancing at her- records) Brown's on the danger list, and very likely his people will be along. Jones's operation has not gone very well--been a good deal of humorrhage; keep an eye on him. I've left the tourniquet ready to tighten if necessary. And there's little Tommy in the corner there; Fearfully homesick. I brought his bed nearer the fire. You'd better cheer him up a bit if he should wake during the night." VIGIL BEGINS "Good night," she adds, rising. And nurse begins her vigil. Lamp in hand, she makes a to...

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DISEASE IN INDIA REPORT FROM LABORATORY. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 10 February 1914

DISEASE IN INDIA REPORT FRO?M LABORATORY. The annual report of the Bombay 3acteriological Laboratory for the year t912, which has just been issued, con tains, an usual, much information of general interest (shys the "'Westminster Gazette" of November 28). I -lho- yoar e e00,0e doses -of- anti plague vaccine have been manufac tured at the laboratory and distributed to China, Africa, and Java, as well as to many places in India.. Investigations into the cause, prevention, and treat ment of a number of diseases have also been undertaken. The first part of the report deals \vith the study of plague. A large number of statistics have been collected which again serve to emphasise the advantage of inoculation as a means for combat ing this disease, some poisons for de stroyin;g rats have been tested, and ex periments have been made to ascertain the most convenient and efficient means for preventing the transfer of plague in fection in grain fromni Bombay to other ports, especially in the P...

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INDIA'S POET HOW THE NEWS ARRIVED [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 10 February 1914

INDIA'S POET HOW THE NEWS ARRIVED A little after four the boys spread over the great treeless plain which surrounds the Santiniketan, dividing into four games of football and one of cricket (writes ''Conrad of Elsass" in "The Wrestminster Gazette"). In No vember the sun sinks very fast; it is still hot at four; yet cold and dark long before half-past five. I joined the cricketers, small boys who played really very well. My part in their game was that of in structor; I showed them how to bowl off-breaks. Darkness fell quickly. After the cricket came what is called the "entertainment period." The students take it for granted that the sahibs who visit them, a small company, are entertaining persons, and will occupy this hour. "Mr A--- al ways addresses us, aed Mr P- does; so you will." I did. It was a glorious moonlight, and they sat on their strips of matting on the plain behind the Asram (Asylum). They got ten minutes of Bengali and rather more of English. After I had "entertained" t...

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Rabbit Prosecutions. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 10 February 1914

Rabbit Prosecutions. At the Uarhamn police court on Tucs lay last, bcfori' Mr Scott, P.Il., a numn ber of landhlolders were proceeded against l)y Inspector Clianter for failing to destroy rabbits oni their respective loldings in New South Wales, in accord mnce witi the provisions'of the Moula incin Pastures Protectioa Act., IF. W. McKelizic was charged with fail nug to destroy rabbits· on his holding be tween IG6th September l :and .th Decem ber, 1913, respectively. ,. : Defendant pleaded guilty, ;iand was lined £8 with 4s costs, this being the third offence. Z. Buitton was sitnilarly charged in re spect to his holding. Inspector Chanter said that on the first inspection being iade lthe work done was not suflicient: on a second in spection it was found thalt nmor work was required. .hr 31Mlcs O'Brien, who appeared for the defenidant, stated--lhat six men wore employed on Ihe ground, and a bullock Leam was also engaged, in ploughing out the burrows.. A fine of £ nii)th 4s costs \was ...

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KERANG SHIRE ACCOUNTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 10 February 1914

KERANG SHIRE ACCOUNTS. The following is the list of accounts passed for payment at the council meeting on Tuesday last: D. G. Rattray, £20 ; J. Connelly, £16 13s 4d; H. B. Hooper, £20; C. Hussey, £2; D. G. Rattray, £2 ; T. Bradley, £11" 4s; Cohuna Co operative Butter Factory and Trading Co., £1 10s 5d; J. R Maxwell, £13 17s 6d; T. Hollingsworth, 16s; D. Bannon, £1 12s;, Kerang Electrie Supply, £12 15s 10d; J. A Kelly and Sons, £2 5s; D. Darcy, £8 15s; F. C. rnu, 10s; Dr. Johnson, £2; Atkinson &. Son £2 9s 6d " C Sullivan 2s 6d; shire secretary, £3; Ernest Pay, 15s; Wsse and Co. Ltd., £1 is; J. Ott, L10 Ss: Ernest Hall £4 12s; J. G. Chtsholm £37 lls6d; D. Campbell, £18; W. G. Spencer, £16 Os; Wilbon Bios-, £11; F. Nancar row, £3 15s 6d;J. Kelly, £6 4-s; M'Gillvray, £1; Walkington Bros, £28 15s 61; Victorian Railways Commission, £6 14s; Tramway ac count. £4: 5s 9d; J. Manning, £5 10a 5d; J. H i Harwood, £6 Ss 4d; Hollingsworth; £8 8s; D. Bsnnon, 8s; S. O. Mahar, 15s; J. M'Cart...

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SWAN HILL TO KERANG AND BENDIGO. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 10 February 1914

BWIN HILL TO KERANG AND BENDIGO. .- Daily : iDaily am noon Swan Hill (dep) - .... - ... .. 12 LakeBoga .. - ... .. 12 24 p Mystic Park .,. ... - .. ... 12 48 SLake Charm ... ... - ...111 * Fairley ... ... ...1 28 -Kerang arr... . - . . 1 39 , dep .? '0. 2., - .: . ..: South Kerang ... - .. ... 2 10 *Tragowel 6 21 219 Macorna 6 35 -... ... 2 44 Mincha .. . 650 , 2 59 Pyramid Hill .. i. 10 .. . ... 3 11 Molog 7 33 3 29 Mitiamo (arr) .. 745 .. . 340 (dep) .. .. 8 5 .. .. 4 Prairie ..8 22 . .- 4 15 Dingee ..... 836 427 Tandara . . 848 439 Raywood .. . . 9 18 .. . 5 Sebastian : ..i9 32 . .. : 18.?? - , 1 Woodvale .. .. 9 48 . 529 Eaglohawk r ..: ' . 10 20 : :, ;..:. ..-::: . 6 Bendigo >) - 1045 . .. 615 ,, (dep) .." ... 12 : ... ::: ..?, : . 650* Melbourne arr .. 3 55 ... ... 10 55* * On Mon Wed and Fri this train will leave Bindigo at 6 5 pm;'arrivin n Melbourne at 9 59 p m SNOTE-On Fridays a car is attached to the goods train leaving Swran Hil at6 a m and arriving at Kerang at 8 a m...

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Railway Time Table. BENDIGO TO KERANG AND SWAN HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 10 February 1914

Railway Time Table. BENDIGO ~O KERANG AND SWAN HILL, Mion " Wed Tues Daily . Fri Sat Thur am pm pm pm Melbourne (dep) 6.40 ... 12.15 ... 12 15 .. 4.50 Bendigo (arr) ... 11.20 ... 4 47 ..' 4.47 ... 8.3 (dep) .; 11.52 .. 6 10 ... 6.10 ... 8.45 Eaglebawk ... 12.8 ... 6.27 ... '6.27 ... 8.51 Woodvale 1222 ... 6 43 ... 6,43 .. 9 10 Sebastian ..'.12 31 ... 6.54 .. ' 655 ... 9 20 Raywood ... 12.42 ... 7.13 ... 7.20 ... 9.30 Tandara ..1': 2.57 ... 7.30 ... 7.40 ... 9 45 Dingee ... . 1,6 ... 7.42 ... 7'57 ... 9.55 Prairie ... . ,1.6 ... 7.55 .... 8.15 ... 10.8 Mitiamo (arr) . 1.27 ... 8.9 ... 8.29 ... 10.23 ,, (dep) . 1.47 ... 8.54 ... 8.47 ... 10.33 Mologa 1... .. 156 .. 8.37 ... 9.3 ... 10.45 Pyramid Hill . ... :? 15 2:5 9.4 ... 9.30 ... 11.5 Mincha ... : 1.,-! 2.27 :'.. 9 16 ... 9.45 Macorna ... ..,-2.43 .. 9.35.. 0.9 ... 11.27 Tragowel ... .. 2 55 . 9.49 ... 10,25 ... 11.42 South Kerang :. 3 ,. 9.59 ... 10.35 ... 11.52 Kerang (arr) " 3.13 ... 10.16 ... 10.55 ... 12.5 Kerang (dep) - 3 38 ...

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