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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 13 February 1914
Change of f e s.on I Change of Suits A.y day now you wvil begin to fzel out-~-sc'r:ts and out of-st, e in your weather-wcrn ;inter suit. Why not see about the cary ordering of a new Spring Suitt Yoour A,".parane Dcpe)rfd s 'n Y!ct! q I and your tastes are reflected in your attire. To be confident that you are fauilecsly attired have us tailor your new suit. NOW is a good time to send for Latest Patterns. Charges Moderate. fRsMW`ICK & EDWARDS, f i h Class Ladist' and - Ie ge's Tailors TYLER'S Drapers, Clothiers, Costumiers, Merchant Tailors. Our Mr C. F. Schier will be showing his choice ri..ge of Seasonable Goods at the Gilbert Club Hotel Sample Ro-m on rRIDAY, JANUARY 23rd. Any orders addressed to him will receive our best attention. Inspeciion invited. You can be Dressed Right up to the Times by?? I1. 13, 15, 17, Bridge Street, BALLARA Complete Home Furnishers. 1P STRETCHERS, SUN BLINDS, BAMBOO BLINDS, SPRING ROLLER BLINDS, VENETIAN BLINDS, ICE CHESTS. ING CAMP STRETCHERS ...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 13 February 1914
Welhave on several occasions point d out in these columns the extremely unsati,sfactoky working of the Closer Settlement Board. If any justification were wanted for our attitude towards the Board other than the well-known facts which a:re patent to everyone, it is to be found in the report of the sub conmuit.ee of the Cabinet recentiy ap pointed to investigate the admiuistra :tion of the Bolcard in its bearings on the success or otherwise of the coun tey-s efforts to settle people on the land f in larger numbers than exist at present.. The scathing indictment of the methods of the Board could hardly be more secvre titan are furnished by the ac cumulation of facts condemnatory of that body. For a consi lerable period membeLis of Parliament who ccame in vouch with the closer isettlers have known the truth, or a part of it at any 1(m? , hand have from time to time brought varitous cases relating to the tndesir able condition of a ffairs before Minis tees in Parliament.. But the members...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 13 February 1914
BEREAVEMENT NOTICE. MISSES J. and M3. and Messrs A. G. and W. Dickson, Mr and Mrs A. G. Adams, Mr and Mrs A. F. IIarridge and Mr and Mrs G., Cross desire.4o return THANKS to their many friends for their kind expresions of sympathy in their recent, sad bereavement. especially Nurses Foster and Stevenson and Miss Fti.er also Dr. M'Eniry and iev. .T. P. TrLham for their kind attention. PUBLISHED TUESDAS -& FRIDAYS, FRIDAY,.;- 3th FEBRUARY.
Lake Elizabeth Picnic. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 13 February 1914
Lake Elizabeth Picnic. T.," annua.l cn : w.. h,-itl A. tl e L, .!. ps. ,:v . . "' t ..~na wIing 1O th.s. tte .r. tend?anc. was n,:t as lage as it woul. have been with ceoocr weather. A good programme of events was gone through, after which tea was served under the trees and full justice was done to all the good things provided. Appended are the results of the races : Sheffield Handicap, 130 yards.-T. Bright, 3yds, 1; H. Dowling, 3yds, 2. Running Long Jump.-R. D. M'Curdy 1; G. A Radcliffe, 2. Stepping a Chain.-H. Dowling, 1; T. A. Kendall and J. Dowling (equal). Ladi. a Driving Competition.-Miss Minnie Murphy, 1; Miss Henning, 2. Putting the Weight.-A. Fraser, 1; J. Carmichael, 2. Tug-of-War.-Six men a side. Dow ling's team beat Hampton's team after a very exciting pull. Ladies' Nail Driving.--Miss Henning, 1; Mrs Dowling, 2. Single Ladies' Race.-Miss E. Murphy i; Miss E. Kendall, 2. Handicap Trot, 11 miles.-R. Hamp ton, 30 yards behind, 1; M. Cullen, 30 yards behind, 2 Hack Race.-H....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 13 February 1914
* ..i..- - - *- . £ - - - - - .--* - You can get it in Full Measure at Hawthorne Bros. Summer Sale. That's iu-com and prove it. An ounce of proof is / wirth a ton oi talk * onn O gur .;hg bargaina are co-nvinwang, ih va-ues S 1 art', *rei-tindo and as p ce r.tave beer tr rm-. med cown to war *ark., ,-y '\ ae sat si cior, iti,- I tu e. -i.conom y ,ha et r i b b-th .tim rous an u : - . ed. Come and Save Money on these Grand Millinpry Bargains,. Smart ready-to-wear Hats, usua prices, 5s 6d to 10s 6'1; n~1?l price, 3s 6d to 4s lid. Ladies' Tennis Hats, white and colored, usul price- 2 lld to 5s 6d; sale prices, Is lid and 2s lid. Shady imitation Panama Hats, new shapes, to clear, Is 9,d. Blocked Cnracoa Hats, trimmed Navy bands, latest shape, sale price, 2s lid. Children's soft Rush Droop Hats, leather bound, 8ad, Is, Is 3d. Children's Pique Washing Hats, White and ,colored, also striped, Is lid. 2s lid, A large assortment of Children's Hats to clear at 6d. HAWTHORNE BROS., I The qstore...
COMMERCIAL. KERANG STOCK MARKET. Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 13 February 1914
COMMERCIAL. _EI:IL\S; STOCK MARKET., Friday. rew 8. Muir and Co report hay. Id their usual fortnightly sto k their yards on the above date ich only small yardiqgs of b',th ana cat le came forward. Sheep ith eond competition and so d ces equal to late ruling rates. ttle met with poor competition etion but we disposed of the yarding p ivately at best late Bickward heifers were dull of aut poddies met with good sup nd pricer obtained were a shado ance of late sales. We 1ared hep and 95 c'.ttlo which rold as C: Sheep"-Crossbred wcvthere, d; fat lambs, 14s Gd; merino o, go.d store condition, 14s 2d ; -,trino cwee, 5s. Cattle.-F?at , ry; rgat cOws, £5 to £5 7s ety cows, £. 12s Gd ; cows ard ! 3 lOs; pcddies, £1 2s 6d to ald M'Donald reports having 'ted his fortnightly stock sale at rds on Friday lest when there light yarding of both sheep and forward. Owing no doubt to e sive heat there were very few ia attndauo, ther?fore q9o petition through Ut was dull and prices all rour d for both sh...
THE TENT MISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 13 February 1914
THE TENT MISSION. nday evening Pa'tor Steed gave discourse on the Eastern Ques very intelligent audience. This said the speaker is the subject of ects, in that it marks the time mn probation has been passed Iry soul that has lived. This im prophecy was given to Daniel the by the angel Gabriel, beginning e 3dio-Persian kingdom- The s id tids prophecy carried us over cry of the world till the time of or the Great of Greece, "vhen his a was divided into four parts, r, into two parts known as thel. the north and the king- of the Many of the historical events of were used by the speaker to ow Turkey, Egypt, and other cere fu!filling prophecy. Turkey ne the king of the north, from that she occupies the territory n tne prophecy as that of the king orth; likewise Egypt becomes the the south. Upon the evacuation antinople, the Turk will retreat erusalem that city belongs to During the last year the speak Tuikey had lost 60,000 square territory in Europe. The whole intere-ted in the fate of T...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 13 February 1914
Notices. A NY Persons fiund tres:passing in my . ' p?ridock at Reedy Lake bridge wil be pro-ecute Iant : ttce impounded. a sa'ley Wilkinson. F OR S ;LE Wetr helm Knitting Me chin min first closs order. Full course IJe.ons free .ra Holmes, - lbert St I (iT, 10th Fcbhua'y, be,.w-en Milne-' _ Bridge aicd ohi s n'e Swamp. WLtit pr,,or bugy rug (neor y hew) Finder ,it~eae return to Ml:,e Bros, Kerang. or Miln-ns Bikle. M RRIED Couple wants farm on shures or tio reut Apply this effice. W?A NEl)eos g eful ':irl. Apply to SMrs Mbsr.in a . . O. )avia' pri vate residoece, WVllington Street, BICTORIAN R RAILWAYS Cho p lxHcu?sion WTEDN?LSDAY, 25.h February.-To y Me.burue from Swan Rill aid all ta-lons to eb.seian iucl,'ive. Tueed.y. 24Lh-Feo, ti.,. From Melbour.e t tiose talions itkets ci s no mr, 23rd Feb rusry Partcu,?r at slat ons. E B .JONE-, ectiug Secrntary For Sale. S CONDHAND LSuncle Chaffcutter andi H?,rsework-; 2. h p boiler : 3 portable e. giues, English make, one nearly new. Ap1ply,...
D[?] VICTORIA [?] [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 13 February 1914
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Gunbower Races. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 13 February 1914
Gunbower Races. Tllhe bove races took place on Wednes darl and attracted i large attendance. Re sult 'Tiali Stakls-J F.L , 1; Cupid, 2 ; Miss Mettus, 3.. Handicap Trot P. Kerv'n's Kitty, 1; H. T. Rust's Rob Roy, 2 ; J. Norman s Amble, 3. =-Gunbower Handicap-Necooroonook, 1; W L.- 2; Goldmount, 3 Novelty Pony Race-Brown Jack 1; O.T, 2?' Miss Meteus, 3 . Flying IHandicap -Admiral Dawn, 1 Ashworth, 2 : Chestermac 3. • The running of Ashworth was questioned and a fine of £5 was imposed for holding at the post. - •Wilson stakes- Necooroonook 1 ; Mol cule 2; Tinoneee, 3.
Mechanics' Picnic Races. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 13 February 1914
Sbuh Mechanics' Picnic Race, ih e- A meeting was held at the !Mc: `het on Monday evenig to coieJnrtd. ,? visability of inaugurating a pc?i:ker meeting to raise fuuds to euab;etai:f nittee to liquidate curreut hlutb:; aI tunci new sueildtiu recently erc: ldon C. H. Mlaunni, pte.eieut, ocu;:c!s t eneaer, and stated it had been tes: that a picnic race meeting roul? ?'L: best method of raising iuuds to,.e i the object in view. h After some di-cussonu 3It !,ers moved that those pre.-ent fors .bee selves into a codmittee to pro; :!o nec race meeting on the ' ?3radui!.&lt; Mr Small seconaed. The el1ct:ch.a-n cers re-u'ted as follows :--Pte::d: Cneuoweth; vice presidents, ,1Jp Murphy and i'. Heller: trei~: Addleon : secretary, 31r C. 11f.ir stewards, 31u-sars \lrhrell, Dlo-aidl vain, nmali and Dr. 3lEiurf;:,d Mr Argyle; -starter, Mr T. 0:-?la clerk of cour-e, Mr H. Paliuer; 1 scales, Mr A. Gardiner"; sa.?ce:-i of course, Jlr F. Fi. Wtlutelt, s keeper, Mr W. M. dtldell; ofM per, Mr M...
CRICKET. McCARTHY — HELLER COMPETITION. Wandella v. Rechabites. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 13 February 1914
CRICKET. McCARTHYI-HELLER CUE TITION. Wandella r. Rehabite. This match was phlye, at ir ^ end after an exsting fih rnih win for the home tem' br e ii Scores :- 1 ta: Wandella. MIanuel, b Benfield . W. Radcliffe, c F. , hitel" bg i shim ' bi Williams, stp. iKer., b ani.'l' " L. R-,dclife. b Beufield Wodds, b Whitl?w "" ... F. MIhhr, b Benfield... " L-auyon. c and b Githan " Bright, c Hairridge, b Bented d M.,ore, e Benfield, b Hrrs. .. T. Mahar not out ". i, b Harris... . " Sundries ... ... " Tot-l Bowling.-Gitshlam, 2 for . i 2 fr 27 : Butield, 5 fr 1.7; J law, 1 for 7. Rech bites. Beufieid, run ou Hirri:ge, b Wood . '" J. \iltt.,-;aw, C laeliff- b "I 'a C. W\V,lt-iaw, b Ttt ... Harni-, b Tlit ... Cousins, o dcli ... " Gitehina, c and b Tai " Bootn, b Ridclitfe ... '" ' K err, not uus ... .. "' Htirdy, b Ridciftle . Sundrie ... Total Bowlin.;.-F. hbuir, 1 for 12; 1 for 18; Tit, 4 fur 13; Rdci for 17. The Kerang and Kcrdi; E-itteh this l -siociation trid c'Jllc.ucionlsi audra P-rk on...
Kerang Bowling Club. [?]NGLES TOURNAMENT FINAL. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 13 February 1914
Kerang Bowling Club. (I;LE5 TOUNIISAENT FI\AL.. 'fial of tile Bowling Club's ?io'ice .... i€ I:l av'ed between Alcisrs ý:,,le t " a " id Scott (2.) on S?il ": sultlry weiter. Tihe-e i li autendance', ilich in I ' ladies, who evinced a . i te C!ome as well as re jo.) rC"IIC gll ll itS in re .Intr i 1 iz- g thle linal, the match " u won th loss and ;l l utia,, 1 knelh for the first .iL f :hich Milteai. scored two. n i ;ml 'ends by scoring 1 and 4 -Il i to ilnds, and the gamit e , was lin hi fiavor In the next ,i .:ch nrlu scor.ed a Couplet n tefuluins one the best shots u ieas witnessed. Scott lay i ias well protLccelt, jut Mil shis owl wickinC ,. twice S Ito thle kitty. This shot cl ualidlc, and he scored : ilr :igle befoireC IScott r, ý!, fl? e to Tiih-in anld r,1 I. at, then two threes anI Silvain a big lea'd-20 to I sile came after splin b; ht!, mn., In ope of the , ls o thle came. Scott was u, inst the kitty, wlhen Mil: i,,: y;, ard strong shot took I , I, his own timber a:th 'i ...
OPENING OF THE DUCK [?] [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 13 February 1914
OPENING OF THE DUCK fiti The duck seasonu oenedeta day and as usual there wereht ber of sportsmen campced on t lakes, lagoons anud swanpsarauet on the night preceding the ofl. to start shooting t:;e momeotn:l lowed that to tbe done. Tli?id usual many vi-itors fr,,m 3wd.%R elsewhere, but it was very tunt the number of ports fromn a not nearly so numerous as nJ seasons. This relative pauciltYc was attribut&lt;ble to the fact ta ,f season ended too late for I - Many of the swamps rfen r s had altogether dried up, a migratian of the birds to othuri'e already set in. Much dis-t'&lt;" expressed by shooters at the h the opening and the geni among t them was thoug;1i 1 the time fixed may have been was not so as epplied to t Y districts. It is telt that tn o dificnlty of the breeding sea' much earlier in the nortt south, the State should b two or more sections so season could be termiuatedt, ent districts or section- deP each other. The north It. the wild duck, where ttlb hrM...