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THE IRISH ENVOYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 16 July 1889

> THEIniui ENVorYS.-It is.nnoiinhoced liby ad ertisuinent that Mr. Johni Deasyjr. MI.P one' of thetIrish envoys,;will deliver n lecture on ,Home Rule" on.' the 24th, imst t 8:m

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 16 July 1889

ABooM IN VINE AND FOP lIT GROOwINoi.-The present season is one of the most favorable for Ilant ingnall kinds o Fruit Tress owi Vlnes that we hove hoo foryenrsenand fartnersashoald not negleetso fine achancgle plant out good Cosmercial Frnits ani Raisin Vines. The success of *fruit culture lelaends an planting varieties suited to tie mil mnnd climale. If unsituable sorts are obtainoid, oil the care that noy he hestowedl on theni will be throw n5awa. III tending planters should buy from West Blros., Goal burs Valley Nurseries, Mooreopeun, wsho hssve made a ieeial studyof varieties suited to the Northerso dia triets. Raisin Vines n specialty. A quarter of million euttings and rootliugs for sale.-(Advt.) DnEsses.-A very choice selection of the newest Dress Goods, and tihe 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 ...

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STATE OF THE RIVERS. HEIGHT ABOVE SUMMER LEVEL. [BY TELEGRAPH.] Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 16 July 1889

STATE OP.TIHE RIVERS. Lily il;itiYtl;6"P ··:1 . i .:Monday. . I anycw. 'It. in. lbury 9. 0 0 Heliu m ' _ .. 30 6 Swawn Bill 13` 3 ` Saynxpu ae ..6 T Bairaiald .1 2 DARLING. MAlnindie .j ' .. .. 21 7. Wentworth'.. .. 16 "9 Wiletinnia 27 4

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MASONIC LODGE FOR SWAN HILL. SWAN HILL, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 16 July 1889

MASONIC LODGE FOR SWAN HILL. '[BY ELECTRIC TF.LEORAIu.J (FRine OUR OWN CORRESPONDKNr.) SWAN HILL, 1Monday. A preliminary '.meetin,. of 1brotliron of the mystic craft, for the purpose of forming a Masonic Lodge here was lield to-dad, representatives of thl Kerrig and Balranald Lodges being present. Bro. H. Newman' was elected first W.M. Pro positions forl'iirge iiinhber of iihw inin bers were submitted. The first meeting of the Lodge has been fixed for the Wed nesday before thie nhext fill moon. It is to be named the Murray Lodge.

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ENTERTAINMENT AT PYRAMID HILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 16 July 1889

ENTERTAINMENT AT PYRAMID HILL. (miosf oUR oWN CORRESPONDENT.) On Friday3 nilght last the Pyramid uiin stiels gave an entertainment in aid of the local band, and minstrel wardrobe fomd., Thie first part of the progranune con sisted of the usual circle, with MIessrs. Iitchie and Buttons as bones and tambo, and MIr. M'Caughcy as " Johnson." The jokes woro mostly of :a local and an original natnre, and seemed to be highly... relished by the large audienouce present. 'Thle songs and choruses were vwell ren dered on the whole, the gems being-"' A Little More Cider" (by Mr. R. Gregoiy), and " Our Native Land" (by Mr. Middle toin). . Thie circle finished up with an iuising skit on the use of teleplhones. After ordering drinks, by telephone, from Mr. Watson's Hotel, the same being pro diued on the stage by Mr. Watson's nost polite and obliging youngest. son, Ihe climax was areachedl by a race between, bones and tamba as to which could first obtain a bag of flour fron the rival store-, per te...

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THE NEW HOSPITAL AT SWAN HILL. OPENING CEREMONY. SWAN HILL, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 16 July 1889

THE NEW HOSPITAL AT SWAN HILL: OPENING CEREMONY. (nY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) "nFR oun SPECIrA nEp'OrrERn.l SWAN HILL, MItonday. Tihe new hospital here was openied this evening by Mr. R. Hughles, J.P.; wio ani. logised for the unavoidable absence of the member for the district, MIr. Taverner, M.L.A. There w.as a large attoendance, including a number of visitors from Ko rang and other centres. At the conclu sion of the opening ceremony the folloi= ing toasts were honored:-" The Qiueen," "Prosperity to the Swan HillHospital," "Ladiei," Prosperity to tlhe Swai Hill district." Thle last-named .toast was re sponded to by Messrs. A. M'Donald and Geo. Walker, sear., the oldest residents who saw the old hospital started in 1860., The following is a description of the new building:-It is 120ft. long by 42ft. in breadth, and comprises one male and one femnale ward, the dimensions of which are 42ft. 2Oft. x 1oft.; two special wards; (male and female), lft. x 15ft. x loft.; operating room (with lan...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 16 July 1889

OLT.ow.sv's PrraFs. - Indigcstion.-flow much thought hasbeen bestowed, and wlhat voluminous treatises have been written, up1110on this universal and distressing disease, which is with certainty and safetly dispelled without fear of relapse by a course of this purifying, soothing and tonic medicine. It acnets directly on the stomach, liver and bowels-then in directly, though no less efflectively, on the brain, nerves, vessels anlld glands, iotroducing such order throughout tile entire system that harmony dwells between each organ and its functions. 1)Dyspepsia nead no longer be thle bugbcear of thle public, since Hlolloway's Pills are fully competent to subdlue the Imost chronic and distressing cases of impaired digestion, and to restore the mnisrablle suf ferer to health, strength anld cheerfulness. (Advt.) TIrP Ift tGABLE ESTATES COMPANY, Jnve Land for Sale in lparislhes Tragowel and Mlacorna, a1d F1arms to let in Ilen. jeroop and Murrabit West, etc., etc. LIBERAl TERMS. Apply Mana...

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GROSS CRUELTY TO HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 16 July 1889

GROSS CRUELTY TO HORSES. On the 10th Juno last, the inspector to the Society for the Protection of Animals received information that the horsecs used by the mail contractor at B3eanufort wcrd crippled, starved, galled and generally unfit for work. Mr. Latham wrote to the police, asking that the condition of the animals be observed. On the 20th ult. a report came from the, police stating that thoy continued to watch the horses belonging to this contractor, and during last winter had prosecuted him three times, when he 'was fined in all about £20. Two days prior to the receipt of this re. port, flrther prirvate information caulme to hand shiowing that the contractor was very wide-awake, and exercised consider able ingenuity to deceive tihe police. Thus, le would tlhrow a bag over the back of a horse which had sores, and must have spent a lotof time and talent watch ing the police, for when he thought his horses were being watched hlie wold go out a mile or two along the road, and eole...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 16 July 1889

FOR SALE.. S EVERAL Township Allotments on casy termss Aipply H.']31[EN Senr. corns. loARD AND IIESIDENCEi for respec :-e ~t~le u enr Apply, r:J., C C'nvmnsghlsEagoofl Cottwo Scoresby Street, rmnI Tcrms moder-teaa SMedical. ALL DISEAESES 01' LONG STANDING COM PLETELY CURED BY ]IEBIIAL M1AGNETIO TREATMENT. Clhronic Sufferers Should not Fall to Consult MR H. E. KUGELMANN Consulting lherbalist and Eclectic Of 172? anid 174 YWILLIAM STREET, MELBOURINE. VISITS KERANG EVERY MONTH (read nadrertie nmcnt for Dates.) I JR. KUGEL\IANN'S treatment differs Sentirely from all others known, and he has cured more cases of Chronic Disease than ally ten medical men in Australia. Thousanlds of sword declarations of cases cured can be seen. Send for pamphlet on Medical Despotisms or Liberty which ? 50 pages; post free. This book exposes colmpletely the old style of Mineral Drugging, and esplsins the metlhods of Mr. Kugel- i mann's Natural Treatment. Read thle fol lowing Testimonial, a specimen of thous...

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PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 16 July 1889

SPAlRL.A'MENT. The Public Service Act Amendment Bill cngaged the attention of members of the Legislative Assembsly at Thursday's sit ting, from before 5 o'clock until after 11 anid during the whole time the proceedings were very uninteresting. There ivas a small attendance on the benches, but there was considerable talking on the clauses as they were slowly dealt with. It was satis factory, however, to. feel that though the process was wearying, the meaisure was really behig disposed of. gradually, and when the last clause was agreed to mem bhrs felt relieved. To-day (Tuesday) the new clauses to be proposed by private members are to be brought forward, and then the billwill be carried out of com mitteo. The only matter of importance discussed on Thursday night was clause 32, whlich provided that in all matters af fecting the rights of oflicers under Act 160 the, decision of the Governor-in Council should be final. Mr. Andrews, Mr. Nimmo and other members objected t thec clause on th...

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Kerang Times. Published Tuesdays and Fridays. WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. TUESDAY, JULY 16, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 16 July 1889

Published Tuesdays and Fridays.. WITH WEEIhLY SUP'PLEME.NT. '"UESDAY, J.(ULY 1., 8sso. The LEmbrgs THIE right of the Treas urer to withhold the s~idra ubsducs: muinicipial `subsidy; di i6 to the Shire, until payment has pbeeni inaide of the inteirest due by the Water Irust, will probably be :discussed in Parliament this week. The exact position of affairs is tolerably well uriderstood by all whom the action of the Goverinment wildirectly affiect; but' it is scarcely reillized by honi minembers unconnected with the: arid districts of the colony, in whose minds not a little confusion:as.to themierits ofthe dis piste between :the Goveinmentand the Shire Coiiuncil must have been renii dered worse; confounded, by an, article vwhich appeared in the Argus of Friday last: On the previous.Wednesday.Mr. Dealkin, in reply to Sir Bryan.O'Logh len, justified the stand taken by. the Governinent on the gronid' that" the councils really wer wteir tirustsiuiider another nlame.'' But, . as we have al...

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WEST LODDON RIDING ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 16 July 1889

W ST LODDON' RIDoixo ErcIrox. Wo undetrstaind that in consequence of there being i legal difllenlty in thie way of hlolding two electiois" for tlihe one Riding on the sanied iay-one being the annnal election, and the other an election to till en .etirordin, ary vaciicy-Mi Taverner, MI.LIA., A liis decided toreotain his seat na councillor fo the present: SDesrnocriox or Surnim PIOPERTY. We are infornsed that a breakl having occurred in: the iapproach !to Johnson's: dimi, Mr. Miln, a farmei residting in the viciinity, was instructed 1by the shire on gineer to repair the dunageo. He mhad barely conipleted the work when a party of men appeared on the scenen and cot it away. Legal proceedings are likely to follow. iEvlsIoN COURT.-The annual revision c urs dortlho-8hir~E aba.md.-ll.wofauhel, at the Shiro Ha.ll yesterday: Present The President (Cr. Cillen) in tie cihair; mand Crs. O'Doineill, Tavernes aid Pait choll. Thtere beig nio clails or objec tions; the votoers' lists, as submitted :...

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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 16 July 1889

SFOOTBALL. (Bi lllGn KICKEn.) Tlhd first of a series of five matehes to be plasyed between the two local cluibs, the limperials andi the Rovers, for the trophy presented by' Mr. E. Leopold, of Kerang, took place on !Satiurdriy;last on the ground to the north-east of the rail way line. 'To'jiidge' biy the numbner of spectators present considerablo interest was taken in the match, and,as usual,ench chtb had its contingent of blarrdckeis, abd there was also a large sprinkling of the fair sex present, wearing the colors of the respective clubs. The 'Im perials won the toss and decidled to kick to tho.north goal. During s !the first quarttErthe ball wvisi keptvery'close to the Rovers' posets, and the Imps lhad anh easy chance of scouring a goal,, bunt only. sue ceeded ii" "obtaining a ' behiind. In thi asoend quarters hiiu-gasns-wss- 'vry:-st, being:piroductivo of good play-fromi lotlh sides, but neither managed to score. In the third quarter tlhoImps had three' shots for goal,but only s...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 16 July 1889

Trado A.drossos. THE WHOLESALE CELTHING: CO. .i od- . t,5@ trio ~et* TWEEDS COATINGS TWEEDS COATINGS TWEEDS COATINGS 'TWEEDS COATINGS. BLUIE anid FANCY hERGES. BLUE and FANCY SEROES. BLUE anl FANCY SEROES. Blue and Fancy Sergef. ýle~lolI r· ENORMOUS STOCK. TWJEEDS: 'COATINGS EEDSOUR OWN IMPORTING. .TWVEEDS COATINGS . TWEEDIS COATrINGS. TBLUE Assortent ofCY SPRINGES an BLSU E GOOD is bAC yond doubt BLUEE ani FANCY. . SERGFS.,, the best ever seen in the colonies. As usual we nhave a large staff of the Best Cutters & Workmen nr i. .INcVICTOldIA.:. .. ALL WOOL TWEED TROUSERS (to order), 12s Gd. ALL WOOL TWEED SUITS (to order), 46s. WRITE FOR SAMPLES. Our Traveller Visits the District every Two Mont'ts. 'J. T. MIDDLETON, S General a11n ger. 1.. M. COCjOK. COLONAL WINE SHIIADES If you antol a cool drink come to " The Shades. F M. Co k. hiving recently visited thlr . via yards at Sandhn st, Yundoit nod Albury, see!cted a large stock of FIRST-CLASS COLONIAL WINES, andd iU ofering th...

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MELBOURNE MARKET REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 16 July 1889

MELBOURNE OIARKET REPORTS. Messrs. Dalgety and Co., Ltd., Melbourne, report, 10th July : - Wool. - The sales held last week went off with capital spirit nearly everything being sold at prices 10, to 15 per cent. above the average of last season. Oar cables from London continue of a cheer ful character, and the prospects of our approaching season are highly satisfae. tory. Sheepskhfs.-Butchers' green skins and pelts. 3s id to 5s. Gd ; extra, to Os; do lamb skins, Os ld to 3s 01 ; do lamb pelts, is to Is Od ; dry skins, 4s Gal to Os 6Ot cacti; do in bales and bundles, merino, Od to G4d do, crossbred, 4}d to O5dd; dry pelts, is 9d to 4s each, and 2d to 4d per lb. iides. Our quotations are-Butchers' green ox, of prime quality and weight, up to 40s; medium, 15s to 23s; light, lOs to 13s each ; cow hides, 2d ; kip, 23d to 3d per lb ; calf skins, 5d ; do, New Zealand, to 5)1 for superior sorts.. Ordinary Victorian salted hides sell from 2Od to ad ; do. heavy weights, from 3d to 3)d; New Ze...

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LATEST CABLEGRAMS. CONSTITUTIONAL GOVERNMENT FOR WESTERN AUSTRALIA. NEW STEAMSHIP COMPANY. THE RECENT PRIZE FIGHT. CANADA AND AUSTRALIA. THE SITUATION IN EASTERN EUROPE. HORSE BREEDING IN AUSTRALIA. WIMBLEDON RIFLE MEETING. AUSTRALIA. AND JAPAN. THE PUGILIST SULLIVAN. LONDON, JULY 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 16 July 1889

LATEST CABLEGRAMS.. CONTITUTIONANAL GOVERNMENT FOR WESTERN AUSTRALIA. NEW STEAMSHIP COMPANY. TILE RECENT PRIZE FIGHT. CANADA AND AUSTRALIA. THE SiTUATION IN EASTERN EUROPE. HORSE BREEDING IN AUSTRALIA. WIMLEDON RIFLE MEETING. AUSTRALIA AND JAPAN.. TILE PUGILIST SULLIVAN. (FROMI OGUS AND AGE COaRESPONDF-aTS.) LosDox, JULY 12. In the House of Lords last niSghlt, Lord Kusstsford, tihe Secretary of State for the Colonies, moved the second reading of the Bill forenablingConstitntional govern ment to- be established in Western Aus tralia. After referring to the fact that Western Australia was the only oneof the Australian -colonies without responsible governments he said tlhat until thlere was some liifoniuity"of'govcrnlment' nmaong the colonies there was no chance of federation. He considered that there was no reason to fear that Western Aus tralia, under responsible governuent would exclude emigrants, and that the bill would materially aid in securing -the development of the colony. The...

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DURHAM OX RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 16 July 1889

1DURHAM OX RIFLE CLUB. The annual meeting of the Durham Ox Rifle Clubiwas held on Saturday, the Gth inst. There was a good attendance of = members. The President, Mr. George Esler, occupied the chair. The minutes of the previous iulsling were read and confirmeld. REPORITS. Thoecaptain and secretary of the club (IMr. F.`. Btoyan) subtiiittcd the follow. ing.anutal report:-In subtiitting to you this, 'the fourth annual report of our club, it is indeed gratifying to me to be in a position to speak of thle year which hlas I now drawn to a close as having been, in every way, the most pleasant and pros perous one in the history of the club. As yen will remember, we entered upon the past year with a deficiency of £4 10s 7d. You will be pleased to learn that this lia bility nio longer exists, and that we are ini the happy position, for the first time in our experience, of having a balance to the credit of the club. As our worthy treasurer's financeial statement will show, our receipts ' for...

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SANDHURST PRODUCE MARKET. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 19 July 1889

SANDIIURST PRODUCE MAIRKET. Tuesday. Mr. W. J. Boobier reports as follows: Wheat, 5s to 5s 2d per bushel. good prime milling ; oats (Caleuttas) 3s id to 4s do ; white, 3s lid to 4s per bushel ; barley, feed, 3s lid to 3s 10d ; do. malting, 5s to Gs 4d per bushel ; hay, prime, to £5 10s per ton; straw, to £1 15s per ton ; chaff, £5 to £5 15s per ton. Mr. C. Brennan reports :-IlTa, wheaten, prime, £4 to £5 10s per ton; oaten, £4 to £5 per ton; sheaves, wheaten, £4 to £5 5s per ton; straw, £1 15s per ton ; wheat, 5s to 5s 3d per bushel; oats, 4s to 4s 2d per bushel ; Calcutta, 3s Sd to 3s 101 per bushel ; Algerian, 3s 4d to Ss !ld per bushel; barley, Cape, 3s 5d to 3s 10d per bushel; chaff, £5 to £5 10s per ton.

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COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 19 July 1889

-cOUIRT7-OF PETTY SESSIONS8 The following are the dates, on which :oilrts : ill be held, befoie Major Bartrop, ;P.M., for the months of July and begin. -ning of August, at. the undermentioned ,places :- ... i JUL . T: W\ednesday, 17th, Pyramid Hill (Cour? or Arbitiration). Thursday, 18th, lPyramid ITill. Friday;, 1th,' lerang. Tnesday, 23rd, Serpentine Creek. Wednesday, 24th, Wv cheprool. Thluisday, 25th, Charlton. Friday", 26th, I!nglewood. AUGUST. Tnirsaday, 1st, Swan Hill. Friday, 2nd, Kerang. Mondray, 5tlh,'lay wood. SWednesday, 7th, Sandhurst and Eagle= hawk.

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STATE OF THE RIVERS. HEIGHT ABOVE SUMMER LEVEL. [BY TELEGRAPH.] Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 19 July 1889

STATE OF TIlE RIVERUS. IIEwItIT AOVE Suwitnn LEVEL. Ln TP.LEGItAPII.] Tliurainy. IQIUIL\T. It. in. Albury .. .. .. 7 8 Echlca ... 30 3. Swan Hill .. .. . 13 5 Eusto . .. 21 0 Gour nun'$ Synlour .. .. 5 2 Wagga .. 8 0 lay .. .. Ilarnanald 13 1 D'.BLI\h -Menindie .. . -23 3 Wentworth 17 -U 'Wilcannia 27 11

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