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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 2 July 1889

'OOR RESPO NDENCE. (t% "mnnfention c intlu, t*1 firF. Znscitlon in ti co:mm's rllnld'b be add kranl ýLn t1IF:Rditit. tI) _r nemc ulid addrosF of (ic 'ritcr I.IIrt hr sli~lydlý,6t necessarily tor 'Hhliictinllh hot ns gnarnnlten of g'ol rmith. While we arc at all timae"lnd tou re 'uoier 'lI publish crrcpunndle cc cllneelug nn Rnuucut of latithudeemicuetlt with the rules of journalisu. wc do ccc Lnhl ohll rlres revponsihl· for any opinlons ezpreucedJ

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
[TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERANG TIMES.] [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 2 July 1889

ITO TIlI' E TOR OF TiE KERAN "TIrMES. Sir,-There is an impression abroad, originating, I believe, from certain re marks appearing in one oftho local papers, viz., that the cemetery was submerged during the lateoflood. r? indly perinit1nk, through yourr pafder, to iniforni' t?oioefaf your readers who may be interested that, although the water was never known to be so high in that locality, yet, owing to the protective works lately constrnected by the cdmentery trustees, the flood waters .were omploetely dxcli~ded; oCbii??liently neither graves nor monuments sustained any-damage whatever.-Yours, etc., W. .T. W. PAT'CHIELL, Trustee and hon. secretary.

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
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THE RABBIT BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 2 July 1889

THE RABBIT. BILL. Mr. Dow will move the second reading of the Rlabbit Destruction Bill on Thurs day? The miain .object sought ' to be achieved by the Bill is, we learn,to trans fer from the local bodies to the central Government the powers vested in them for the eradicationf of the rabbit pest. Tno Crown and private owners now act without do-operation. or . consultation. Municipal councils are expected to enforce the law compelling owners of property to clear their estates,.but many of them are extremely remiss in the performance of their duty in .this respect. In.some in stances members of councils are large landed, proprietors, who naturally refrain from applying tho penal provisions of it statute to themselves. Adjoining muni cipalities which endeavor to give effect to the law find their efforts rendered un availing owing to the incursions of rab bits from territory which is thus permitted to be infested. The local bodies view this condition of affairs with extreme dis satisfacti...

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
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THE RABBIT PEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 2 July 1889

THEIRABBIT PEST.' A deputatitn representing the farmers of the North-Western shires of the colony .waited upon the Minister, of Lands on Thursday to urgo the coistruction of " wire fence; 'vwlich would ehave : the 'effect" of confning the rabbits 'to ` the mallee country. It was . accompanied by the following members of .the Legislative Assembly : --1Messrs: Taverner, M'Coll, Madden, Shiels, Staughton, -Duncan, Webb, Hillghtt, Cheethain, Calvert, Baker, Hall, Williams, Armytage, Graves, Sterry, Mason, Ferguson, Lovion, Tucker and Dixon. Mr. Taverner, M.L.A., in introducing the deputation, said that its minssion was a very important one,. as the. rabbit pest weas assuming serious proportions in the North-western districts. The ..request which the deputation' had to make was, that it wire nettitig fence should be erected .between the ma~llce allotments and the farmers' holdings. Experience had proved that the individual efforts of farmers were of little avail so long as the rabbics ha...

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
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ELECTION MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 2 July 1889

ELECTION MEETING. (FROMt OUR'OWN CORRESPONDENT.) - Mr. John'Gardner, of Towaninny, a can didate for the seat in the Swan HIill Shire Council about to be vacated by Mr. J. W. Taverner, NI. P., took advantage of the monthly sale on Wednesday last to hold a meeting in the Ninyennook Mechainics' Insti tute, in order to lay his views on Shire mat ters before the ratepayers. Mr. John Schlitz, who was voted to the chair, intiroduced the candidate and asked for a patient hearing. SMr. Ganrdner, on coming forwarl,-said that in Anugust next there would, le an election .forthe purpose of lilling; two seats in the 'Snire Council. One of those se seats would be vacant. by the etfluxioin'of time, and the other, in consequence of Mr. Taverner's determination to retire fromn the council. It was for the last-named seat that he wars a can didate.: He did not come before them, as cantdidates sometimes did; to find fault with the present council, as he believed that,'as a body, they compared favorably ...

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
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THE WHARFDALE PRINTING MACHINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 2 July 1889

THE WHARFDALE PRINTING MACHINE. The illustration on the fourth page represents accurately the machine on which the TnIEs is printed to-day. This machine has recently beent imported for us direct from the nmuaiufactiirers, Messrs. D. Payne and Son, Otley, England, by Messrs.- -Cowan and Co.; of Mel bourne. Payne's are acknowledged to be the best printing machines now made, and ours possesses every improveoment to date, all the parts being extra finished by the manufacturers. The machine was erected by the foreman of our printing staff, Mr. E. Mitchell, and started without a single hitch. It is capable of printing not only, the newspaper, which it turns out at the rate of from 1200 to 1600 copies per hour, but all classes of job and book. work of the finest quality. We will not bore our readers with a technical explana tion of the machine, which is one of the masterpieces of mechanics, but all 'who are interested are invited to witness, in operation,this the first machine of its class...

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
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DRAMATIC PERFORMANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 2 July 1889

DRAMATIC PERFORMANCE. On Friday evening last .the. Kerimn AmuaterDraiatic Club re-apperaeedinipiub: lic after alengthy and universally regretted retirement. The performance was in aid of the funds ofthe Mechanics' Institute,amost deserving object, and the entertainment speedily commended itself to theogeneral inclination for light and diversified amuse ment of a pure and harmless character. It had been looked forward to with con siderable interest, not only on account of.pleasing recollections of the efforts -in the tpast of well-known members of the club, bilt'in view of the fact that several new aspirants to histrionic fame were announced to take part, and the enthusiasm of expectation found vent in a closely packed house. The performance through out was of a meritorious nature and the club are to be dongratulated u'pon the immense success attending their re appearance. The merit displayed by-all the members engaged and the harmonious blending of a number of well-adjusted parts, ....

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
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STATE OF THE RIVERS. HEIGHT ABOVE SUMMER LEVEL. [BY TELEGRAPH.] [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 2 July 1889

STATE OF THWERIVERS. ;: londa M '. ' ft. in.; AlblrCy .. .. ~. . 12 0 lhuca .. ...30 3 S Pi l 3il. Eustoi .. . 1 Sy o .. . .. 10 lay . 13 3 ialranald ... 12 3 •leniudie .. 18 10 Wentworthl .. 1:: . .. 13 10. 1Yilcannia . .. .. 23 rS

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
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LATEST CABLEGRAMS. CHAFFEY IRRIGATION COLONY. SIR HENRY LOCH. MADAME MELBA IN LONDON. WESTERN AUSTRALIA. MOVEMENTS OF MR. STANLEY. LONDON, 28th June. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 2 July 1889

LATEST CABLEGRAMS.. (FROMI ARGUS AND OAGE CORIESPONDENTS.) OHAFFEY IRRIGATION COLONY. SIR HENRY LOCH. MADAME MELBA IN LONDON. WESTERN AUSTRALIA. MOVEMENTS OF MR. STANLEY. LosDoN, 28th June. Mr. Vincent the iagent for the Chaf fey Brothers in Europe, has succeeded in awakening a keen interest amongst many experienced vignerons inFrance cncerning the irrigation colonies es t~blished by that firm in Victoria and South Australia. SNumerous persons engaged. in the wine-growing industry are about to proceed to Australia, with the view of working land at the irrigation colonies. Sir Henry Loch, the new Governor of the Cape Colony, is to be entertained at a banquet by. the Cape colonists in London. LoNDON, 29th June.. Madame Melba, the Victorian vocal ist, continues to achieve great success in her appe~raiides in opera in London. Madame Melba to sing at a State con cert recently held, but the command could not be obeyed, Madame Melba being indisposed on the occasion. With regard to the limi...

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 2 July 1889

Tho r Turf. MYSTIC PARK JOCKEY CLUB AND L1 TROTTING ASSOCIATION. ANNUAL MEETING POSTPONED TO WEDNESDAY, JULY 17, 1889. President--R. G. Wood, Esq., Vice. president-John Cullen, Esq., J.P. Judge -William Wood, Esq., J.P. Stewards Messrs. D. M'Intosh, Jas. Treacy, A. D. Bell, John Baird, W. Doyle and Dr. Austin. Starter-31-r. C. II. Yeo. Handicapper Mr. G. Vowles. Clerk of Scales-Mr. W. Doyle. Clerk of Course--Mr. E. Ash. iMAnDEN PLATE, of £7 10s. One mile and a quarter. Weight for age. Entrance, 7s. Cd. J.,-mDctr Tnor, of 10 sovs. Three miles. Nomination, 5s.; acceptance, 5s. M\YSTIC PARK HANDICAsP, of 20 soas.; three sors. out of the stake to go to second horse. About two miles. Nomination, 12s. Gd.; acceptance, 7s. Gd. SE.LLe.so RACE, of 5 sovs. Winner to be sold for 20 soos. About one mile and a quarter. Weight for age. Entrance. 5s. ILtAmDc.r' HUnnLE RACE, of 15 sors. About two miles. Nomination, 10s.; acceptance, 5s. Ilunny Scnnnr, of - soEs. One mile. Post entry. Nominations to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 2 July 1889

MAxEINo A RATE.-It is notified in our advertising colmnns that the Swan Hill Shire Council will to-day (Tuesday) make a rate of. ono.shilling. in the pound on all rateable property withifi the shire.. -. ?-" :, Dnsse.r-A? very choice selection of the newest Dress Goods, and the latest novelties. in braid, silk and. other trimmings, are now ;being shown by Manning and Co., View PIoint, Sandhurst. Ladies are invited to in spect these. Goods, as also to patronise the firm's new Dressmaker (who for a number of years was heal fitter and cutter with the late firm of Messrs. Alston and Brown), from whom something very stylish may be ex. pected.- Mliss Iteardon.is still in charge of. our miantleroo:n, anid is' very' busy eieutin'f orders for. Seal Jackets and Waterproof Ultere., the two grea wanlts for t:e wint.r :.season.-[ADVT.] A BootI IN IKu AND FRUIT GROWING.-Thu present season is one ot.the most fuyorahlo for Fplut IngalllkLids' ofFririttTrce&''d ineiti :'waejliay. hid for yea...

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AUSTRALIAN NATIVES' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 2 July 1889

AUSTRALIAN: NATIVES'ASSOCIA The half-yearly meeting of the Kerang Branch . of the above association which should have been held -Vyn rFfriday; but-.was postponed in consieqience dof-the' dratmatic performance ill aid of tlhei Meclhanic.' Ilnsti t u t e f a l l i n g o i l t h a t f i g h t , i ~i s h e· l l i n t h e lodge room on Satunlay last. There was only a : fair attendance of members. The.vice-president, Mr. G. Itutherfonl, occu pied' the' cliair. - The ;iminutes of , li T i-ioilsrdiilary meeting, and of the special meeting held on the 21st ult., for the purpose of nominating ollicers, were read and confirmed. COiHB FSPONDESCE. From the Mettopolita1 Branch enclosing " Herald" containing report of meeting held on the Gth June, relative to Western Aus tralian Self *Governmelit. Received and held over to be read at;iii7it'reting.,e Froni D.'Atkinson,<chemist; withdrawing a previous letter to the"" lodge in 'rferefenice to raising the price of medicin~es.'iupplied ito ...

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PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 2 July 1889

PARLIAMENT. After tile long sitting of the previous night, the Legislative Assembly was dis inclined for work on Thursday, and it was not surprising that the Government should have agreed to a suspension of business before 8 o'clock. Tile new rule against the asking of qoest:ons on" Thurs days was brought into use for the first time, and as soon as the Speaker took the chair the debate on .the Public Service Act Amendment Bill was rensumed by Mlr. Taylor. lie was followed by Mr. Lang-. ridge, Mr. Wheeler, Mr. Graves, Mr. Nimmo, Mr. T.SSmith, and I1r. Trenwith. The last-named member was speaking wheni the adjournment took place at half- past G, but he did not appear in his place at half-past 7 to finish.tlhe sentence in the middle of which he was interrupted, and so the debate was closed, and the bill :was read a second time. . Some. fornml clauses were agreed to in committee, and pro gress was reported. TIhe. Merchandise Marks Bill was put through its remaining stages. Mr. Frank Stu...

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AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 2 July 1889

AGR//UL URAL NOTES. (FRs o.( o0s OW? CORIESPOSD?.NT.) The weather has been so varied" duriing the past week that it is difficult to say whether it has been favorable for agri culture. Ini many districts floods, are still prevalent "and farmers have been unable to get on the land. In one or two parts the rain, wind and sleet have played havoc with the young' lambs and heavy losses are reported. Only 22,000 fat sheep were yarded last week at Flemington, a fair proportion being of prhne quality. The demand was brisk and the rates realized showed a slight advance on previous week's prices. Prime crossbred wethers, from 15s 6d"to 18s 6d, according to weight and quality ; a few extra to 21s ; good crossbred wethers, from 13s 6d to 14s 6d; prime crossbred ones, from 13s to 15s Gd , prime merino wethers, from 13s to 15s Gd, according to weight and quality, a few extra to 17s; good merino wethers, from 10s to 12s; middling do , from 8s Gdto 9s Gd ; inferior do., from 7s Gd ; prime merino ewe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 2 July 1889

Medical. ALL DISEASES OF LONG STANDING CO.I PLETELY- CURED BY HERBAL MAGNETIC TREATMENTT. Chronic Sufferers Should not Fall to Consult MR H. E. KUGELMANN, Consulting Herbalist and Eclectic Of 172 and 174 WILLIAM STREET, MELBOURNE. VISITS KERANG EVERY MONTII (rend advertise nmet feorDates.) M R. KUGEL3MANN'S treatment differs entirely from all others known, and he has cured more cases of Chronic Disease than any ten medical men in Australia. Thousands of sworn declarations of cases cured can be seen. Send for pamphlet on Medical Despotisms or Liberty which ? 56 pages; post free. This book exposes completely the old style of Mineral Drugging, and explains the methods of Mr. Kugel mann's Natural Treatment. Read the fol lowing Testimonial, a specimen of thousands more: Stockyard Hill (near Beaufort) Victoria. 1 I12 '88. Mn. H. E. KUGELN.1ANN, Consulting Herbalist, Melbourne. Dear Sir,-As you are publishing some sworn declarations of cases cured, I wish to send you a statement of my case...

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Kerang Times. Published Tuesdays and Fridays. WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. TUESDAY, JULY 2, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 2 July 1889

Published Tuesdays and Fridays. WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. TUESDAY, JULY 2, 1889. T o T~a KEmrmo TmnEs,which Order and the made its first appearance Now. some twelve' years ago, enters to-day upon a new stage of its existence. Started at a time when Kerang was an insignificant hamlet, and the surrounding district, of which it is the centre, was but sparsely popun lated, this jornalh'lad many difficulties to encounter before it became firmly established. As a newspaper proper ithad for a long .time .a very limited circulation, while.: as an advertising medium it necessarily presented zew advantages to farmers 'and tradesmen, so long as the business of the district was for the most part transacted in the larger centres of population. But during thore twelveyears great changes have taken place in this section of the colony. The land, which at the com mencement of that period was little else than a vast sheepwalk, has in the interval been so completely subdivided and occupied that at the p...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 2 July 1889

DEATH. CAMERON.-On Friday, 28th June, at Pine Lake, Kerang, Hugh Cameron, aged 76 years. Deeply regretted.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 2 July 1889

Trade Addresses. THE WHOLESALE CLOTHING CO. If you wish to ascend Fortune's ladder, Strict economy       you should Pursue           your garments made by The Wholesale Clothing Compy Mitchell Street Sandhurst. TWEEDS COATINGS TWEEDS COATINGS TWEEDS COATINGS TWEEDS COATINGS. BLUE and FANCY SERGES. BLUE and FANCY SERGES. BLUE and FANCY SERGES. Blue and Fancy Serges. AND ENORMOUS STOCK. OUR OWN IMPORTINTG. THE Assortment of SPRING an   SUMMER GOODS is beyond doubt the best ever seen in the colonies.     As usual we have a large staff of the Best Cutters & Workmen IN VICTORIA.   ALL WOOL TWEED TROUSERS   (to order), 12s. 6d. WOOL TWEED SUITS (to order), 46s.             WRITE FOR SAMPLES. Our Traveller Visits the District every Two Mon...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 5 July 1889

T T Tulf. A YSTIC PARK JOCKEY CLUBl AND I'ROTTING ASSOCIATION. ANNUAL \iEETING POSTPONED TO WEDNESDAY, JULY 17, 17,89. President- R. G. Wood, Esq., Vice president-John Cullen, lsvq., J.P. Judge -William Wood, Esq., J.P. Stewards - Messrs. D. M'Intosh, Jas. Treacy, A. D. Dell, John Baird, W. Doyle anl )Dr. Austin. Starter--ir. C. CI. Yeoo.ilandicapper Mr. G. Vowles. Clerk of Scales--Mr. W. Doyle. Clerk of Course--Mr. E. Ash. M1L.nts PLA\TE, of £7 10s. One mile and a quarter. \Weight for age. Entrance, 7s. Od. II.?sInc.\r TnoT, of 10 sos. Three miles. Nomination. 5s.; aeceeatance, is. MIYsTIc IP~u: II.Dtse.r, of 20 sovs.; three sovs. out Of the stake to go to second horse. About two miles. Nomination, 12s. (3d.; acceptance, 7s. (d. SI:,LsOa RIAce, of 5 sors. Winner to be sold for 20 sovs. About one mile and a quarter. Weight for age. Entrance, 5s. HLNU?msc.' IUIu)L:M RI: E, of 15 "sos. About two miles. Nomination, 10s.; acceptance, 5s. ilunnl Scunny, of- sors. One mile. Post entry. No...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 5 July 1889

CHUsIof ANNIVESnRARY. - On Sunday next, thie 7th lust, anniversary services will be hold in the Wesleyan church, when the Rov. A. Isame will ofliciate both morn ing and evening. Oil the Wednesday following a tea and public meoting will take place, of which particulars are ad vertised elsewhere. Dirsssrs.-A very choice selection of the newest Dress Goods, and the latest novelties in braid, silk and other trimmings, are now being shown by Manning and Co., View Point, Sandhurst. Ladies are invited to in spect these Goods, as also to patronise the firm's new Dressmaker (who for a number of years was head litter and cutter with tne late firm of .Messrs. Alston and Brown), from whom something very stylish may be ex pected. Miss lteardon is still in charge of our man:tle room, and is very busy executing orders for Seal Jackets and Waterproof Ulsters, the two great wants for the winter season.-[fAyvT.] Wanted. I`TAYTED. Station Cook, for men, must be cl-an and good baker. Also a cook for sh...

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