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WHITE ANTS AND FRUIT TREES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 27 February 1914
WHITEANTS AND FRUIT TREES. Open out the soil and dig in a few pounds of kaintit (German pot ash). It will keep them away, and kill a number by -contact, at the same time acting as a good manure. Bisulphate of carbon would not last long enough; it would certainly kill all the white ants that came in con tact with it, but if put too close might kill the .trees 'too, and It would be expensive.. Apterlte is of little: value in dealing with white ants. Mr. Froggart (Government Entomolo gist) says he has seen trees with the whole of the Inner portion of the' trunk piped by white ants, but th-' bark and sapwood alive and growing crops of fruit, the only danger being that they may snak off in a wind. He has known good bearing trees In this State which are almost hollow, but after they had been opened and clean ed out and the cavity filled with ce ment (forming a solid central col umn) trees have lived for years. -Poisoned bran forced into a cavity in a branch or stem will sometimes attract ...
LIBERAL SOLIDARITY. THE COMING STRUGGLE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 27 February 1914
LIBERAL SOLIDARITY. 'TIlE COMING STRUGGLE; There is every indication [lnt thc great political battle is at liid. The last issui. of tlhe "'Valker" which is the most jisluential of all tihe Labor orsgais costaincd little of any conse quence site repeatel call to arms. -\'igin aiid again, onl tIis aLge and on lthit, it aarltied mneniers of the Labor PFirtv thait thee must. tI in their places re'lvý to litfit iletcrinsied to Win. ties c is litllt doiitbt that the re!pts' rill he pronmpt; ttss.- party has its tirst line, four Ihundred. tIousssit aduit iunionists, a Io) niii Ite ie-gardtei as regulars, aind hctiDi(i theCm it not its V01ot1'teers. I lajijil' it is liktc' that solidarlty wilt Ise sceoso'tl in thie Liberal camp. Tile ti s-res Lilberal leagues save united to select clsssdinlatcs for lie six Senate seatIs iwhtichti will tie ivacanst when the doublite dtissouttioni coiiies. The arrange snesita made for the selection of tIh six nece sierssary uinter the party system forced ol A...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 27 February 1914
eomeaiid ake Possess siobn of these Rousing Bargains. Don't jest read about thczu1 come aod get them. ~ &~\'i3/ They are good to read ~ ~ bout--that's riight - but~ they aro a mighty lot more satisfying to posatas. ~1;~5r~ We've cut down deep j (\- ~iota- the prices and are -'SA.'- *proving that HaIwthc'rne B~ros is the pb~ce for cash c- saving. IMothkers caL~i T$O-day=-forp t~hese BarinsBn o~js sraYouLth's W.t~ aashing Suits a Boys Crash oi\ofolk Eults si7C5 to 11, Gs 6 each. Boss SoS iNoifolk Suit'? 'wj~s 4 to Ii -7s Gd .each~ Boys 555 Sailor suits, 'i~i' -s to 8, 4s Gd, 9) to i2~ is Gdt. Boys S S Sailos Blonjes, sit s a J o S. 2s Gd and ar lid. B!oys Se sSailot ros sIO zca, 9iC to 10; 3~ii;: Gd Jinys SSS Oriental Thice Garment Suits ;~Ga l·d.~: ':i Boys Scout and Otien al Vi ashiou Suits asll out goiod lines to~goat tsd fo s Gd tr 1 B~oys WVashinb fumes, r~lI 5tC3id BoysS Waishing tunic Suits is Gd to Ss lid. HAWT!WRNEIP BR6S., The SltEie 'ci-at ser'is re r y best, ILr n ...
KERANG POST OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 27 February 1914
KERANG POST OFFICE. The following are the 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 -- I Mologa: ... 1.30 - Pyramid Hill 1.30 .10.30 Mincha ... --- 10.30 Macorna ... ..30 10 30 Tragowel ... 1 30 10.30 M'Phaii's ... 1.30 - MAILS ARRIVE AT POST OFFICE. rem a.m p.m. Melbourne . 6 3.20 Travelling P.O. 6 3.20 Bendigo ... 6 3 20 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 — 27 February 1914
rd of Lie li?'cr and stoni t dis ro bellcr medicine than ,bl,'s 1 blels," writes n irs r lar SElmerlii, (Q. I suf Iha, tad ea;dclhes caused by a Slie l ,i m customers ro hiehly bof C(athcrlain's Tablets oIoIul d try wlat they would arAte. :\fter the first few does . ., ?po?enent, and after I aen aI ioipie of boexs found Itaen a cOupe1 of heada'tWs has quit reurnedl. Sold by all is and storekeepers. 'S_ J110N OU0 D on shop floor, Friday, sum of money. Apply F. Cornu. OST, from Ilacoreo North on 12th inst., o11 Otug cattle, nmixed sexes, branded o lumpe NReward. Bird and Thomp ,atorne North. OST, about 3 wecks go, ke Scout 3 0 r , p kt waile , B R l ag per etc., representing o Ricnrdont, care this office. EVEtIAL Good Properties for sale and to Lt. A f 8Me sod n Agent-. Apply T, Hinkson, Commis. ?TRAYi' - Ot . paddock three months go, one briodle Steer, about three toil l rvisirble brands, two notches yie enat stOwner can have eame by Sepenoa3., A. E. Horafall, Lake TA??D to Sell, 4-r...
SHIPBUILDING RECORD [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 3 March 1914
SHIPBUILDING RECOAD A world's record etablileist the Clyde shipbuilding returns oer daI year, which were publishelled >ebtcr (says "The Daily Express ?3)" whieh ie Tile total is 767,000 tons. icte 120,000 tons better thaln last 'ye ?-ardI vessels launched include the anl liner Aouitanla, of 50,000 to?l , d several battleshil', cruiser, " stroyelrs. o" inestrs. IRussell and Coplnit l Port Glasgow, launched t a amount of tonnage - OO, of MIessrs: John Brown and to alOl. Clydebank, come next wittld Co0 Messrs. Brown and the Fairfe ch pany, Govan, both turned out or. cry exceeding 200,000 horse-po"e
MONEY=LENDERS' GRIP [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 3 March 1914
'IIONEYLENDERS' IRIP The troubles of a borrower ill h hands of money-lenders were relatei when Frederick Knowles, 14., clueri" cial traveller, of Roman Lea, Cook ham-on-Thames, was charged at Mary' lebone with embezzling the money of his employers (says "The Daily Mail") Knowles's salary, it was said, .Si £2 a week, with commission ilad a sea son ticket. His wife,.a school teacheer was earning 30/ a week, anld the"y hal no children. When arrested ie handed the detective a list of hisd e falcations, amounting to £f1:i/1"/6 The prisoner now said that tlle money was taken to meet the instl:I ments due to three nloney-lenldlei. The trouble arose when he took house at Maidenhead live yeanrs ag9 He then owed £50, and wen to tc t money-lenders to prevent his good' from being seized. "Of course. I I h to pay very heavy interest, anid 1ti the instalments jbecame due I could not meet them. 1 had my liotlier I, support as well." He cried as he said this, and then broke down. "1 have done wrong...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 3 March 1914
Seoe ande take Posses= siOo. of these Rousing B argains. tF 4 ' Don't just read abtut them a come and get them. SThey are good to read about-that's right - but they are a mighty lot more ' 'satisfying to possess. " ,' , We've cut down deep proving that Hawthorne Bros is the place for cash saving. Mothers call To-day--for these Bargains in Boy's and Youth's Washing Suits. Boys Crash Norfolk Suits, sizes 4 to 11, 6s 6 each. io Boys SSS Norfolk Suits, sizes 4 to 11, 7s 6d each iea Boys SSS Sailor Suits, sizes 3 to 8, 4s 6d; 9 to 12, 5s 6d.' iit Boys SSS Sailor Blouses, sizes 3 to 8, 2s 6d and 2s lid.. WI Boys SSS Sailor Blouses, sizes 9 to 10, 3s 6d. r Boys SSS Oriental Three:Garment Suits, 6s ld. Boys Scout and Oriental Washing Suits, all our good lines to go at 7s d s 6d Boys Washing Tunics, from is Gd to 5s lid. Boys Washing Tunic Suits, 4s 6d to 8s lld. H H WTHORNE~ BROS., The Store that serves you best, =--J- M41 E- T Hairdd esser, Tobacconist, Fancy Goods, Commission and News Age...
TWO SIGNALS. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 3 March 1914
TWO SIGNALS. TheI'e are two 'ser'ous signals of kidley ills. The lirst signal comes from tile back, with nmuone us aches and paibs, and the second signal conies ýa the kidney secretions. The urine is thin .and pale, or too highly-colored and shoowmg "brickdust"-like deposits. Uhbinalion is infrequent, too frequent, or excessive.. You should heed these dan ger signals before chronic complications set in. Diabetes, Dropsy, Bright's Dis ease. Take Doan,s Backache Kidney Pills in time and the care is simple. IMrs John Kilbey, 97 Bayne Street, Bendigo.' syas:-"It is for the benefit of +other sufferers from kidney trouble that I give this testimonial for Dean's Backache Kidney Pills, and 1 hope the publishing of same will be the means of gsving relief to many. For a long whil-e I suffer'ed terribly from aching pains in my back, which almost crippled me, I could hardly move without en dturipg torture, and it was impossible for me to attend to my work. I used to feel sometimes as if my back...
MAIN BENDIGO ROAD. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 3 March 1914
MAIN BENDIGO ROAD. ,'The CO unt., Roal, Boxrd, at its meeting on Wednesday. last consider ed the tenders received for ounstruct ing the section of the Bendigo road .w w.en Casluemaiun and Bendigo. This is the eceo..d time that tenders have been invited for the work, which eomprises the grading, formation, and mne..lling of about 11U miles of road. The work was divided into two sec tions, in order that contractors might have tht option of tendering for one dr both sections. Toe result of the ttndering on each occasion-has been very disappointing to the board, and seems to point to the ,fact that, wnile there are many con sractord who are prepared to under. :take works of this nature nearer the metropolis, there are very few who will tender for works of any magni tude in country districts. No tender was accepted by the board, and tend ers will be again invited. On this oc casion the work of grading and for mation will be let separately in mile sections, on the completion of which asep...
DISTRICT NEWS. APPIN. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 3 March 1914
DISTRICT NEWS. APPIN. A team repaeseuting the Macorna Te.,nis Ciub j urneyed to A pin ast Saturday to try conclusious with the local club. A 'very ej ,yable after noon was spent by all present and a number, of interesting games were played. After play had been stopped by the fading light, afternoon tea was served by the ladies. The followiog are the scores: V. Rowe and S. Cooke beat P. Mountjoy and J. Falconer, 6 -4. E.. Amos and T. Cooke beat A. Mountjoy and N. Moore, 6-0. S: C.oke and V. Rowe beat A. nountjoy and N. 1Moore; 6-1. T. Cooke and E Amos lost to J. Falconer and P. Mountjoy, 5-6. E. Amos and Miss Amos lost to J; Falconer and Miss Millcr, 4-6. `V Rowe and Miss Andrewartha lost to P. Mountjoy and Miss Miller, 5-6. S. Cooke and Miss Hill beat A. Mountjoy and Miss B. Moore, 6-0. T. Coolie and Miss Amos beat W. Dunstan and Miss B Mo re, 5-6. Sets, Macorua, 4; Appin, 4. Games, Macorna, 43; Appin, 29. The first named players are mem bars of the Macorna Club. TRESOO. A meeting o...
CRICKET. MACORNA DISTRICT ASSOCIATION Wandella v. Kerang. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 3 March 1914
CRICKET. MA3CORNA DISTRICT ASSOCIATION Wandella v. Kerang. Tne ab ,ve matobh was played at Wandells on Wednesday last. The Karaeng captain 1.-s the toss for the fife: time is suecession and Wandella aecided to bat, S. Palmer and G Stewart opening the bowling for Ker ang. Di-asterTebefll Wandella very early in the game, hbe first wicket fall ing with Palmer's second ball and from that on a rot set in and Wan della were all out for seven runs. W. Radcliff?, was highest scorer with 4 runs. Palmer and Stewart unchanged finished up with fine averages, their bowling being 'qsite unplayable. Ker ang sent Dean and H. Palmer to the wickets, but on G Mahar's fourth ball Dean -was well held by J' Gilmour at mid-on Lahn then occupied the crease and 60 odd runs were scored before -he was dismissed for 31 runs made by fine cricket This young batsman is improving wonderfully S Palmer followed but was dismissed l.b.w.. o W. Radcliffe before scoring W Jones followed,, but was not long there before P...
DR. RUSSELL WALLACE'S WILL [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 3 March 1914
DR. RUSSELL WALLAE'S WILL Dl" Alfred Russel Wallace,.?QM., the eminent scientist and a co~gorker with Darwin, who died on. November 7, left estate of the grosst value Ofa?356823, of which 32884 is net personalty (says "The Westminister Gazette").: Probate of Dr Wallace's will has been granted to the Public Trustee, the sole executor. He left all.the medals pre sented to him by scientific societies, the Insignia, of the Order of Merit, Ilis aun tograph letters, meddlllons,: family por, traits, and the author's copy of each of his books to his widow, his daughter Violet Isabel Wallace, and his son, William Greenwell Wallace,. Jointly. with rendilneder to the survivor abso lutely. All his household effeots he left to his wife for life, with remainder equally between his two children, and he left his residence, "Old Orchard," Broadstone, Dorset, for the joint use of his wife and his said two children, and subject thereto, to follow his resi= duary estate. The residue of his property pr ...
FLASHES BY WIRE. "NEW TIMES" SPECIAL SERVICE. PER REUTERS AGENCY OVERSEAS & AT HOME. MELBOURNE. FEDERAL REVENUE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 3 March 1914
FLASHES BY WIRE. "NEW TIMES" SPECIAL, SERVICE. PER REUTERS AGENCY OVERSEAS & AT HOME. MELBOURNE. FEDERAL REVENUE. The Federal revenue returns for February show-Postal £347,336 against £344,944 for February of last year. New South Wales contributed £136,627 against £125,122 for Feb ruary 1913. Victoria. £97,516, against £83, 844. Queensland £46,723, against £47,966. South Australia £24,158. against £48,881. For the eight months of the present financial' year the postal returns was '£2,949,173, being an increase of £201,459. All the States show increases for the eight months. The return from the Customs for February totalled £1,188,271 against £1,364,901 for the same month of 1913. New South Wales contributed £417,323, against £558,964. Victoria £376, 457, against £456,008. For the eight months of the present finan cial year the total receipts were £10,010,271, agains £10,616,154 for the corresponding period of last year. all States showing de creases. The total pensions in fo...
Workers' Compensation Act. HOW THE PUBLIC IS AFFECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 3 March 1914
Workers' Compensation Act. O10W THE PUBLIC IS AFFECTED. The (tinnouncement that Mr A. M, Laughton, the Victoixpn Government Sta. tist, will be probably appointed as comn missioner, to administer the Workers Compensation Act, brings home to the employer of labor, and especially to the housewife who lha been fortunate enough in these times of semi-indepen dence, to secuse a domestic help, the approach of legislation which will make anl addition to their financial burdens. tUnder the Act the State is to organise a State ins~rance oflice, and to'it pr any other .apl roved insurance company all .employers pf labor will be forced to pay premtums covering the lives of their employes, and also providing sick payments. MAr Laughton .has given an .outliae in a generlal way of tlce effect the new Act will have on the public. One of the most important points itn the bill fir Laughton said, is the definition of a worker. The definition includes nearly every 'person who is an employe. It does not...
DOMINIONS FLEET NEW ZEALAND'S SHARE [Newspaper Article] — Kerang New Times — 3 March 1914
DOMINIONS FLEET NEW ZEALAND'S SHARE (By F. A..M`'Kenzie in the "Daily Mail.") The New Zealand, tbp Dreadnought piesented by the sdttthern Dominion to the navy, has Jttu9eturned home after a triumphant"Journey round the Empire. Everywhereg from Santiago to Sydney and "fi'om '-Vancouver to Cape Town, she has been enthusiastic ally welcomed, and,,cvdrywhere re garded as a pledge dr Imperial unity, Even while she was completing- the last miles of her 45,000-mile voyage the land that paid for her adopted a naval policy which makes the gift' of Dreadnoughts.a thing of tihe past. New Zealand this month. -determined to come into line with Australia, and, in place of supporting the British Navy by gifts of money or ships, to have a navy of her own. - What does this new departure por .tend? - Is it a sign of weakleiing love .of Empire'?. Is. it an attempt to ,escape responsibilities? These, are questions 'which many interested in the future of our race are asking. Tlhere is one man in London ...