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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 17 December 1889

Trado Addresses. "' H E o : - : - - iWH L i ALE )THGING C,. TWEEDS CO&TINGS TWEEDS COATINGS' TWEEDS COATINGS TWEEDS COATINGS. BLUE and FANCY SERGES BLUE and FANCY SERGES. BLUE and FANOY SERGES. Blue and Fancy Serges. AND ENORMOU i STOCK. OUR OWN IMPORTING. FrHHE Assortment of SPRINS an 1 SUMMIER.GOODS is beyond doubt the best ever seen in the colonies. As usual we have a largo staff of the Best Cutters &Workmen IN VICTORIA. ALL WOOL TWEED TROUSERS - (to order), 12a Gd. . ALL WOOL TWEED SUITS (to order),46s. WRITE FOR SAMPLES. Oar. Traveller Visits the District every Two Months. J. T. MIDDLETON, General.Man ger. TAILORING. P. DOYLE, TAILOR AND I TABDIMAlTKER, B EGS Respectfully to notify the public of Kerang and District that hle li:as commenced business as : Tailor and Habit Maker at Wellington Street, Keranig, and by strict attention to business. and guarantee as to perfect lit, hopes to share a fair propor tion of public patronage. Fine Assortment of Tweeds, Cloths...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 17 December 1889

HIOLt.OW.tY's OITornsT.-Gowhereyou may, in every country and in all climes. persons will be found who have a re?dy worsd of praise for this Ointment. For chaps. chafes, scilds, bruises and sprains, it is an invaluable remedy; for had lege, had breasts and piles, it maybe confidently relied upon for effecting a sound and permanent cure. In eases oe puffed ankles. crysipelas and rheumnatism, Holloway's Ointment gives the greatest com fort by reducning the infl mmatinn, cooling the blood, soothing the nerves, adjusting the circulation, and expelling the impurities. This Ointment should have a place in every nursery. It will cure all those manifold skin affections, which, originating in childhood, gain strength with the child's growth. ADYT.) Medical. A f.'. DISIi.Al'VlO1 ow nlose ST].ApND! .SG 'O1 I1. rI.ll' (?0;1;: 1 - 110 I'lI: . "t 'r IN. 'VIC T' II i AT IN'T. r'hrani a S?n erers shot, litn t 8:i! t, C' :isllt C 1. nltIE. KU li ELi ANN ,'I IT.; KEnl NG 1 V l. : Ty i t i :'.I]r,:t ad...

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MELBOURNE MARKET REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 17 December 1889

MELBOURNE M:PARKET 3EI;PORT'S. dlolsars. Dalgetr nn1l Co., T.hl.. 451 to -171 fnerlne Street. MT ihorone. renort. TD ",. 11th : -Sliceho?hion--utoleirr' .cr.en lehin?s, I? 7T (;il ; do lambh sins, to S: 31 : ynOne rleith toIn: egreti pelto Into 2o 1i:1 : olerysin. to07 d6,1 rnc ; do in tioles and hn ile., merinnno. 601 to 7il ; lo. ernohbred. 54 to (91r : tlry pelts. Is Ito 2 sneh. and to :! ,lnr l. Pi,·ce. Onr quotntlion are : -- fntehere' gPreen ox. iavioes. ti to ass ; mntlint. 12; to 17s 1id': light, -tn to 11 c, ?ch n; n iw hildes, 2il: ki; , ns to 2,1 tier l : Vicfntlian calf skins, 5(1i do n, ,ew Zealatld stnirior. I1 1per It ; ordinary Victorian solte-d hlil,-. 2dt to 2) ; tdo. heavy rwoiht! . from 211 to 234l : prime Now 7aenlnel hlre.V weillht hidel from 3191 to I11: liht ,o1, 214 to 2~1 per itb. Konnoarne and nered ?!ins.- We quot : - Prine l:angnron. 1- :11 In t2:2d : meliutm. t Sd to . .'1 r 1.1. ltt : superior red skins, to l it per I1 ; Ihhre. Gd to 11.1 ; walla?h, lo...

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PRIZES FOR IRRIGATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 17 December 1889

PRIZES FOR IRRIGATION - The following are the nominations sent in by the Kerang District Agricultural Society for the prizes offered by the Minister for best irrigated farms, etc.: - 1st. Best irrigated farm W. J. W. Patchell, Kerang; R. Colville, Murrabit. 2nd. Best variety irrigated crops - W. J. W. Patchell. 3rd. Best vineyard and orchard - Hans Larsen, Gannawarra. IKERA\G IFLr CLUB.-It is announced elsewrh.ere that the annual general meet ing of the Keraug Rifle club will be held on l'ri.lay next, at the Koran? hotel, at 8 ,o'clock p.m. Intending members .are inv\ited to attend. ExIrorAT.rio OF Burrn.--The recent sales of Victorian butter in the Loiidon market arc re rogarded as highly satisfactory y t lihe department of Agriculture, and it is believed thlt an important industry has been initiated which may grow. to somethling considerableinithe near itlturc. The last shipment of butter for the present ?eason will lie male on tie 3rd 3Janury, and by that time the total quantity ...

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LAKE CHARM. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 17 December 1889

LAKE CHARM. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.)   Judging by the number and size of the tacks, and the condition of stock gene- rally, this ought to be the most prospe- rous year the farmers have yet had in this district, and doubtless it will be so if the rust is not worse than anticipated at present. There are scores of stacks here waiting the advent of the thresher, and farmers are anxiously pondering on the possibilities contained therein. Reapers and binders have been used more this year than formerly; in some cases the crops were laid with the wind and rain, while in others the value ot the straw was the consideration. The past week has been one of dire dis- appointment to the juvenile portion of the community. Why in the eternal fitness of things cannot those who run the State schools picnics choose a more seasonable time? One occurs at midwinter, with all its concomitants of mud, wind and rain, and this one in the midst of harvest, with the grass bleached white, flies...

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HORRIBLE MURDER NEAR EAGLEHAWK. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 17 December 1889

HORRIBLE MURDER NEAR EAGLEHAWK.     A lonely spot, known as Gum Tree Flat, which is situated six miles from Eaglehawk, on the Whipstick Road, was the scene of a terrible tragedy on Satur- day night about 10 o'clock. Gum Tree Flat is inhabited by a few old fossickers (European and Chinese.) At the particu- lar spot with which this tragedy is as- sociated a woman named Louisa Malter- man, better known as "Chinese Louee,"   which unenviable sobriquet she gained from the fact that she is a consort of Chinamen, resided in a small hut of sun- dried brick, roofed in with bark. Several fossickers' huts in the neighborhood com- plete the settlement. Here it was then that occurred the most recent instance of what the dreadful intensity of passion is when fed by drink. The manner of the occurrence and how it became known may be learned from the following brief par- ticulars. On Sunday afternoon, at half- past one o'clock, a man named Daniel Johnstone call...

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Kerang Times. Published Tuesdays and Fridays, WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 20 December 1889

Published Tuesdays and Fridays, WTII WVIiEKLY SUPPI.IMIIENT. FRI'DA Y, DECEJTIBEI1 20, ISSO. T1'l. total destruction by Tle Irte lirm fire of the large build ing known as " The Kerang Skating Rink," has been the local topic of the last day or two, and will, doubt less, be the subject of some enquiry tind much speculation. Fires in towns always, of course, occur unexpectedly, and the sensation they create varies according to the supposed immunity from danger of the buildings destroyed. The proprietors of the rink had every reason to flatter themselves that these particular premises were as unlikely to be burned to the ground as any in the town. Standing, as it did, in an open space, detached from any other buildings, and, though unoccupied, having its doors and windows securely fastened, scarcely any building in Ke rang was regarded as less liable to damage from accidental fire, and con sequently people are forced to the conclusion that the recent conflagra tion was caused by some in...

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DESTRUCTIVE FIRE. THE KERANG RINK TOTALLY CONSUMED. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 20 December 1889

DESTRUCTIVE FIRE. ------ 0 THE KElhANG RINK TOTALLY CONSUMED. Early on Wednesday morning last the large Iuilding in Scoreshy street, erected by Messrs. O'Donnell and [famnilton, :nud known as the KOrang Skating Iilnk, was t t:llly consned Iby fire. Mr. I. llsoward, who was in the vicinity shortly after 2 o'clock, observe.l thlnes issuing from the building, anld l.stening to the depCit rang the tire-bell. A nmnber of members of the Ker.ing Brigade were quickly on the spot, an:d in a f'ew"r minutes had the rue at the scene of the conllagratiou, hut it was apparent that no effort on their part could possibly save any portion of the building. Aided by astrongsoutherly wind, the tiery element spread with lightning rapidity, and in a very short space of time the whole building was a seething malss of latunes fronm end to end. The lmrning through of the stout re Igmn supports was soon followed by the collapse of the roof, :and in about an hour from the time thu alahrt was given nothing rem...

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CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 20 December 1889

CrltISTM3AS HIOLIDAYS.--iT n accordance with onr isul:tl custom, and to afford our stall aL oppoltunlity 10 take advantage of tile approachirng holidays, there will be no issue of the Ti?ns on Friday, 27th inst. Advertisemenits for next Tuesday's paper, to enlsre insertion, must be handed in not later than 4 p.m. on Monday. KOONDitOOK I''tRAIWAY. - Excursion tickets will be issued to and fromt Kerang and tKondrook fonom the 23rd December, 1889, available for return till the 3rd January, 1890. The usual timetable will be observed, but on lBoxing Day a special train in connection with the Drnids'pienic will leave Kerang at 11 a.m. and Keeoon drook, on the return jonrney, at 7 p.m. PosTAL Art.l~tAater? rs.-Ir. J. 'W. "l'averner, AlP., informs its that he has arranged with the Postmaster-General for ia loose bag to be carried between Lake Boga and Fish Point for one month. He ende:avored to arrange for a post office at Fish Point, but BMr. Derhanl decided to first ascertain the amollult...

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ART UNION. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 20 December 1889

ART UNION.-Elselshcre it is notified that an art union will be held in connec tion with the Austr.lian Natives' Associa tion Fete, to be held in Melbourno on the 27th prox., when prizes to the value of £900 will be given away. Tickets, is' each, may be obtained from local agents, or Mr. Thomas Penberthy, 119 Swanslon street, Melbourne. .DENTISTRY.--M[r. C. Taylor, of Messrs. Taylor Bros., dentists, Melbourne, will be in Kerang to-morrow, Saturday, 2lstinst., and may be consulted at Caduteh's Com mercial Iotel between the hours of 10 a.m. and 4.90 p.m. THE VERY LATEST.-Tho champion snake story has been supplied to. the lm?thgunyuh Yew?s by Mr. A. Bayliss, of lBoorhaman station. While awell-known resident out Thoona way was gathering in his sheaves the other day, in a paddock where the reasper and binder had been at work, he .noticed that one sheaf was L bound up in a cnrious manner. On closer : inspection it was seen that a snake-one of the tiger species-must have' got into.' the bin...

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BALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 20 December 1889

- BAL. -It is announced elsewhere thrit . hball will be held in the tlikado Rink on New Years' night. The mnmic will -b,: supplied by Messrs. Brown, Turner an I Nicholas. The price of adminsion is 2s 6d. Refreshments may be obtained-if required. -.

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LAKE BOGA SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 20 December 1889

LAKE BOGA SPORTS. The foilowing are the hand icaps for th thr:oe principal races to be decidud on Boxing Day, Dec. 2th, in connecction with the sports under the aispices of the Lakoe loga Athletic Club. s?III.FFII.:L HNoDICAP. wlIs yds? R. G. Woods ... 2 D. Urqnhart ... E. Bnrdett ... 2 C. Burdett ... S D. lreen ... 2 A. 1Mior ... 8 G. lcttigrew ... 4 J . l'Intosh ... 8 II. Collins ... J. Wyse ... 8 0. Maon ... 4.Jas. Brnce ... S A. James ...4 A. Collins ... 0 E. James ... I C, . leohan ... 0 200 Yrns. yds. yds. It. (G. Wood ... scr. G.Pottigrew... 0 0. Mason .. scr. Urquhart ... 8 "Messeng".r" ... 3 A. ulimr ... 10 B. ]Burdeit ... 4 G. nBrdett ... 10 D. Breen ... 0 J. Milntosh... 10 II.\ LF-MuILe. yds. I yds. "Mecssenger"... ser. C. Rankin ... 15 W. Stringer ... 8 11. IIeaney ... 15 D. Urquhart ... 10 " ?rlos" ... 15 - Gold ... 10 W. Anderson 20 A. Collinus ... 10 J. 1R. RusaiDL, IIandicapper.

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WANDELLA IRRIGATION AND WATER SUPPLY TRUST. KERANG, 18th DECEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 20 December 1889

WANDELLA IRRIGATION AND WATER SUPPLY TRUST. ------+ K~li;Axo. 1?thi DecsmIulII. 'resent-Cllr lladcliffe, Avar:dalod the newlyeleeted members, Currs. \Villiamt s m, Iltle and MPKenzie. C:nr. Itadcliffe occupied thle chair toii porari'y. ELt.CTIO OF CIIIttM.\X. Calr. Butler moved, and Cuir. Ml'Ken zic seconded, that CiIr. Williamsol be re ele:ted elhairman for the ensuing twelve months. COnr. Ia:lelifTe ino\ved,as an amendment, that C'mr. Avard Ie appointed. The amllOndlllenlt was not seCOnl0ed, aInd the motion on being pnt was carried. The minuttes of the previous meeting were real and confirmed. COrEP I O IOn ECr I.. . From Water Supply department, ap proving of plans (of proposeI joint works, snhject to alp;ro'al of Twelve-mile trust. Received. From same, intimating that oleicers of thie lepartment woutl attellnd at the Shire Hall, on tlhe 13th inst., for the purpose ofli taking acconts anld al'ocat1ing liabilities. Attended to by cllairmanll. lrtn same, notifying appointmlellnt of...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE MARKET REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 20 December 1889

, 0 . COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. MlETlBOURNE 3MAlRKET RIEPORTS. Messrs. Ilinn Kicnll and Co. ;' Spencer street, 3TIlhniirnel, r.port :-Th ;rc is wolling fresh to report.in the chaff market. Sup pliesmhae l,een coming forwanl steadlily dur the week, and prices have remained abioilw, the uanaesince ,ur lnst replorte \e quote : prime green, from .tCI .s tlo £4 1 ; mendinm from £a: 10; to l ; inferior. from .Cl 104; all quintlions Iba!s iellllhed; wheatf..,, Is: oats, New Zealanld1,Ss (hl : pean, Is ,ran, 9d lil:ct+, Oh.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 20 December 1889

BIRTH. DAGNALL. - On the 11th inst., at the National Bank of Australasia, Smith-street, Fitzroy, the wife of J. W. Dagnall of a son.

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JOINT IRRIGATION WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 20 December 1889

JOINT IRRIGATION WORKS. A meeting of representatives of the Waindella and T.eaghur and Mleering Trri. gation and Water Supply Trusts was held at Kerang on Wednesday. Present : Cmrs. Willinmson. Butler. TIP'Kenzie Avard (.Vandelll), HCrdnman, WVr. 1)nnstan andW .1. Ul)nntan (TLea-lhur and Mooring). Cinr. Williamson occupied the chair. The minntes of conference held on Sep tember 251h were real and confirmed, on the motion of COmr. IHardman, sceonded by Cimr. Dunstan. TENDEns. Tenders were dealt with as follows: Three road bridges for 20ft. channels.-A: D. Iell, £1378 13s ld. Six occunpation Iridges for 20ft. channels. If. O'Ifern, .£516 8s 10d. One regulatinm sluice for new channel. Fresh tenders to be callel. Three regulating sills, Wandella Creek. at. 1C. Wilkinson's.-.T. 1. Davis, £701 .3s (id. 200 chains improving WaTndella Creek. from Cannon's sluice to Lake Leaghur. Baily and Bowden, £162 13s. Hleadworks Wandella Creek.-J. TI. Davis, C£11.1 On (i; . . 113 chaina improving ain'i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 20 December 1889

Trade Addressos. HoC.KE'PSON CE. CTVTL ENGINEER, ARCHITECT A ND'LICENSED SURVEYOR, Scoresby STREET, KERANG. Estimztes, Plane. etc, prepared. T -HE Progress of Carrinae nuilding by CHTTOLTEN and MARSH, of Sand hnrst,has Ibeen extraordinary during the past five years. We started with four men, a.nd now we employ clone on fifty. manunfactring Pleasure and Tininess Vehicles, comprising Car rlages, Phltons, ?nggonettes, and nog gies of every description. And by concen trating all our efforts upon this class of work, and availing ourselves of a lon- and practical experience. both in America and the Aus tralian colonies, and a thorough system of management, and the use of skilled me banies, and using the very best materials bhroughout, and by adopting and developing any improvements that are introduced. we have succeeded in establishing a business second to none. The nnmerous prizes we have taken, and the progress we have made, is ample proof of the superiority of our work. We keep a large...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 20 December 1889

llor..onw.tY's Oti'rnir.- Go where yoa may. in every country and in all clinimcs, persons will be foulnd who have a ready word of praise for this Ointment. For chaps, chafes, scalds. bruises and sprains, it is an invaluable remedy ; for bad legs, bad breasts and piles, it may be confidently relied upon for effecting a sound and permanent cure. In cases oe puffed andles, erysipelas and rhenmatisnm, llolloway's Ointment gives the greatest cimn fort by reducing the inflsmmation, cooling the blood, soothing the nerves, adjusting the cihrclation, and explelling the impurities. This Ointment should have a place in every nursery. It will cure all those manifohl skin affections, which, originating in childhood, gain strength with the child's growtb. Alrr.) ,/an ted. "J-ANTED, good Man as groom and.use ful; ablce to mill;. Apply this ellice. 9731 Lost, Stolen, or Strayed. T OST. in front of. Kerang Post Oflice, L pair of lycrs. Reward, this oifice. 9750 "1 IRII\ARID. -Lost red and white cow;...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 20 December 1889

Thle following are the conditions frmnme to govern the colnpelition for the oerang Cricket Club Challenge Coup: 1. The Kcrang. Cricket Club Challenge Chp is to lie comptled for by clubs within. a radius of 40 miles. 2. All elibs. play their matches in Ke rang, except Tragowel, Gordlons and Swan hilt. 3. All clubs competing are to pay an entrance fee of 10s. 4. All p!aye'rs taking part in the Cap matches must be bonus fide Iicilbers of tihe club with which they play, and no player will be allowed to play with more than one eiitb in Cup mnatches during thie season. 5. Every player residing leyont' 15 miles must have been a Itmember of the club for which hie plays at least three months prior to December 7th, 1889. G. Any chili not sending their represeIn litives t, compete in the maatches as drawn, at the stated ltime, will forfeit the tmatch to their opponents. Should it Ib shown that the weather is unsnitable fr cricket, or should any other extenlating circumnstances lie adhiuced, th...

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LATEST CABLEGRAMS. THE ZAMBEST TERRITORY. THE EIGHT HOURS' SYSTEM IN ENGLAND. IMPERIAL FEDERATION. THE CRONIN MURDER TRIAL. THE SITUATION IN BRAZIL. THE RECENT DOCKERS' STRIKE. THE LONDON CLUB SCANDAL. THE CONDITION OF EMIN PASHA. THE ROWING CHAMPIONSHIP. LONDON, Dec. 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 20 December 1889

LATEST CABLEGRAMS. TILE ZAMLIESI TEIIITOIIY. TFII EIGIIT HLOURS' SYSTEM IN ENGLAND. IMIERIIAL FEDERATION. TILE CRONIN MUItDER TRIAL. TIHE SITUATION N IN IlAIL. TILE RECENT I)OCKERS'STRIKIE. THE .ONI)ON CLUB SCANDAL. -I[Il CONDITION.OF EMIN P1SILH. TILE IRO\YING CIIAMPJIONSIIIP. (FIROII ARGUS AND AGE COIIRESPONDENTS,) Losnox, Dec. 1G. Later news from Central Africa states that tltc supposed attack by Captitin Serpa Pint", atnd his capture of British (lags, is simply a distortion of the former inci dents related in The 'biesis of titlh No. vemboer. T'he whole of the leading news papers in Engli:nd insist that the Mar quis f Saisbutry sihould maintain a limrm attit-lce in regard to English claims in the cotntry in dispute. lie mwlile the I'P to. guest: tiorerlnCllnt and the tpress adopt a very dlefiant tone. Strong efforts"are tb:ing medo by the promoters of the leasule which it is prot posed to introducee into t'ie British Par- 4 liaucnt,,tlhis session tnoegalise the eigh. Ihitrs labo...

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