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

Trado A.dd.ossaes WH- LESALE C-LOTHING CO.: "/ '/ i1 ` TWEEDS COATINGS TWEEDS COATINGS STWEEDS COATINGS TWEEDS COATINGS. BLUE and FANCY SERGES. BLUE and FANCY SERGES. BLUE and FANCY SERGES. Blue and Fancy Seiges AND ENORMOU STOCK. OUR OWN IMPORTJNG. T HE Assortment of SPRING an I SUMMER GOODS is beyond doubt the best ever seen in the colonies. ":As ' usn° 2i hthandal go stai 1tb. Best Cutters & Workmen IN VICTORIA. ALL WOOL TWEED TROUSERS (to order), 12s id. ALL WOOL TWEED SUITS (to order), 46s. WRITE FOR SAMPLES. Our Traveller Visits the District every Two Months. .1. T. MIT)DLETON, S General tMin ger. TA'ILORING. P. DOYLE, TAILOR AND) 1IABITAIAKER. BEGS Repectfully ton notify the public of lKerng and District, that he las commencel Ibusiuiness a Tailor and Ialbit Maker at Wellington Street, Kerang, and hystrict attention to lusiness, and guarantee as to perfect lit, hopes to share a fair prolor tion of public patronage. Fine Assortment of Tweeds, Cloths, Coatings and all n...

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 20 December 1889

Legal. CO(NNELLY AND? 7'A rl'C T-I I+TL-,. SOLTCITORS. ELDON CInAM3BERS., WVELINGrON ST.. KElIANGC.. -and nt Sandhnmst and Melbourne. TRTUST MONEYS TO LEND, snums of £100 and upwards, on Freeholl or Crown TLeasehold Sccmiiitier. £10u,000 TO LEND.. In one stun, on Freehold Security. BROWN, ELLISON & CO. (Memlciers :--T. . IlingO.A : C. Pnimi. KIiN N1:nc ; [YL'aSs O'lcinis:'.) OLICITOIS. CONVEYANCERS. IROC . .. _ TOl.'RS & ATTOIRNEYS, W'ELLINGITON STREET, KERANG MiYLES O'1ltEN, Commissioner for All - davits. .C17,000 TO0 LEN D, in variolIs sunl. On Freehold and Teanehohl Secuenrities. T.OWEST INTEREST. ST I E Office is unider the personal managec menit ofr MYT ES O'IIItEN, nahove nmled.l. Private address-CULLEN'S HIOTEL. 9527 M:RS. P. KINTNANE, LAT',E OF MACORNA, 1.ES to Announce to her numerous . Friends ill the District hint she ihas taken the OLIVE 3BRANCH HOTEL, 31ITCIIELL-STREET, SANDIIURS'I, Within one minate's walkl from the Railway Station, which she has had th...

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THE MURDER NEAR EAGLEHAWK. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 20 December 1889

THE MURDER NEAR EAGLEHAWK.   The inquest on the body of the unfor- tunate woman, Elizabeth Tolmaine, par- ticulars of whose tragic end were published in our last issue, was held at Eaglehawk on Monday afternoon, before the mayor (Mr. Mouat, J.P.) and a jury of seven. Superintendent Ryall, Detective Mahoney and Sergeant Gleeson were present for the police. The accused (Louisa Malterman) was represented by Mr. Crabbe (Crabbe, Cohen and Kirby). A mass of evidence having been taken, the enquiry, at the request of Superintendent Myall, to enable him to bring forward other witnesses, was adjourned till to-day (Friday). Referring to the tragedy the Bendigo Independent says:—     The life and death of the woman Elizabeth Tolmaine is one which, when reduced to writing, makes a story so pathetic that the hardest heart cannot contemplate it without emotion. What her early history was we know not; the history of her womanhood we have learned from her own h...

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
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KERANG RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 24 December 1889

KERANG RIFLE CLUB. The annual meeting of the Kerang Rifle Clunb wis held at the K'erang? otel on Friday evening last. There was a nutne rolls attendance of members. The cap tain, Mr. J. G. Rnundle, occupied the chair. The minutes of the previous annual meeting were read and confirmed. The secretary (Mr. J. W. Stranger) sub mitted the following report and balance sheet : Your commnittee, in presenting their sixth annual report, beg to congratulate you on the success of the elub. The shooting of mem bers has gradually improved, and a fairly good team can now to be picked to represent theclub against all comers. Very few clubs have been comlpeted against during the year, but, as the donors of prizes were liberal,many local competitions have been held, and have assisted in kee.ing members in good form. Your committee beg to take this opportunity of thanking all donors of prizes dtring the year. The following is a list of matches shot off during the year with the result of each : Club Ma...

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PAYMENT SUSPENDED. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 24 December 1889

PAYM.iNT SUSPeNDED.-We loearn from the Arque that the Premier lPermanent 3Building, Land and Investment Assoe:a tion was compelled on Friday to refuse to p'ty depositors the amounts deposited by them with it from tilme to time. For some weeks past it has been generally under stood that the institution was in an un sound position, and the result was lthat somne of the shareholders took alertis and forced their shares on the market, bring ing the price down fronn i5 to £2 10s each. This caused some uneasiness among the depositors, who proceeded to withdratw their money firom tihe savings hank con nected with the association. Their fear, however, was temporarily allayed by it being stated at the annual meeting of lie shareholders, held on the 13th inst., that the association was in a perfectly solvent condition, and that it would snccessfilly overcome the present crisis if the share holders and depositors stood by the insti tution, and,.also that not a penny ws,,ul be lost if that cour...

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
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KERANG TURF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 24 December 1889

KERANG TURF CLUB. -- - + --- The annoal general meeting of mem bers of the IKrang Turf Club was held at the Kerang Hotel last evening, the presi dent, Mr. .Tohn Cnllou, Jr., occupying the chair. The chairman apologised for the un avoidable absence of.the secretary,' Mr. ]uscombo. and lstated that Mr; . G.Rtther ford would kindly undertake the duties for the evening. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. The following report and. balance sheet were submitted : S?cnRETAnY's i EPORT. I now beg to lay before you the balance sheet for the year coding this date. lhroo it you will see the club's indebtedness to the hank is .C2 tis Gd. and thie amount borrowed for the constructiomt of tile grand stand is £120. This is £G 7s 1171 il excess of the preceding year, though fully £15 was spent int further imprlovements :and, considering the extremely bad seano?m, should give great satisfaction. Yon will see by the balance sheet, comparing it with last year. there is a falli...

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EASTERN VERMIN BOARD. KERANG, 21st DECEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 24 December 1889

EASTERN VERMIN BOARD. KEltAxN, 21st DrEcminFi. Present-rMessrs. Hogan - (chairman) Nolle, Ingramin, Irving and Lonergan. 'The minutes of the previous meeting were read anl confirmed on the motion of Mr. Noble, seconded by Mr. Ingram. The outwar.I corresponduence was ap proved. CO1RR.SPOSDENCE. From Secretary for Lanids, stating, in reply to Ioa:rd's communicationt, that. Henry Muintyre was the lessee of mallee allotment 47A, county of 'I'atchera, and that no application haid over been made for permission to transfer same to Stephen Nalder. Received. Frot samne. acknowledging receipt of newspaper report of proceedings at pre vions meeting of the board. Received. From sanre, acknowledging receipt of board's letter relative to cancellation of Geo. W. floyer's lease of malleo allotmnent No. 5in, county of Tatellera, for non compliance with the vermill destruction covenant, etc., and stating that he had been allowed 14 days to make payment of amount due, if not, lease wouldi bi can celle...

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THE HOLIDAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 24 December 1889

THE HOLIDAYS. Wednesday and Thursday next (Christ mas am,i Boxing Days) will be o, served as holidays in the public otlices throughout the colony, but in the Post-office and Electric Telegraph and Rlilway department facilities will be afforded to prevent any inconvenience to the public which the total suspension of business might occasion. In addition to these days,; Friday has been p:oclaimed a bank holi lay. On Boxing Day (Tlhurs day next) a picnic is to be held at Koon drook to celebrate the first anniversary of the Korang Druids. Lodge. A special train will leTvo Kerang at 11 a.m., return ing fromn Koondrook at 7 p.m. Arrange.. mnots hlsve been made with the Railway oftirials for the use of departmental car riages. The train will start from the Railway platform The steamer Rlothbury will meet the excursionists on their ariival, afterwards steaming about twenty miles down the river, landing slhooting; and fishing parties on the way and pick ing them up on return. Full particular....

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NON-DELIVERY OF PAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 24 December 1889

NON.IJELIVER OF I'PAprts.- lýltlonf i.:.drawn to ain aliillOlncenlnt I&3Miss Pascoe in another column, rolatt to ini - non delivery "of ".1le]bol t d IIId piapers on Christtntti Dti}- crmihii can obtain same fromt Mr l 'ellfntween * the homeS of 4.30 antd pIm., ateO thtop:

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AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 24 December 1889

AGRICULTURAL NOTES. (FPRO OUR OWs cORRESPONDE-T.) The weather during the past weekal Ihaes been very favorable for harvesling oper ations, which are in fill swing throughout the colony. The yields, so far, have been tmagnilicent, the grain being plump and of goo-l color. A large number of crops have been cet for hay in consequence of the rust. The potato crops are nlot tnrn ing out as well as conuld be expected, the rpeent wet weather h?aving operated against the growth of the sets. Twenty-six lhonsand sheep were yarded last week. Prime descriptions were scarce, and were Gd per head over last week's prices, while inferior sorts sold at Iato rates. Prime crossbred welhers, fronm 11s to 13s Gd, aecording to weight and quality; prime crossbred ewes, from tis Gd to 11s ; primne merino wethers from 10s to lls ; good do., from 9s to 9s G d; middling do., from 7s dil to ss t'Gd; others from (s : prime merino ewes front 7s to 8s; others, fri'om'is to Gs (i 1. Nine thou sand fat lambs were p...

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MELBOURNE WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 24 December 1889

MET.1BOUIINE WOOL SALES. Messrs. Yonghusblnd and Co., Limited, oliered at their weekly sale of wool on Thurs dlay a eatalognc of 06(1 hales. There was a good attendance of buyers find fair competi tion, a: considerable portion of offerings being cleared at current prices. Thle market is, however, without animation, the conti nental buyers especially not bIying with their acenstlnoed vigor. In gecasy wool the highest price paid was 12d, which was given for 19 hales branded L P over Reedy Creek, from near Belfast. the secan, comb ing bringing 11id, lambs 10]d, and first pieces 9.}d. From the same district 4 hales branded J. Frnser over R It brought 11.ld. and the lambs Std. From Cornella hoth crossbred and merino of a clip branded .I 11 in circle over Cornello realised 10d, and from Kilmore 5 bales branded Al over \M were sold at 94d. From near Enroa a good lot of crossbred branided TRK over Molkn sold at 9d. From lHay 15 bales branded Weirsold at 9d, and 10 bales marked AI realised S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 24 December 1889

Trade Addrcssos. HC. KEMPSON CGE. CIVIL ENGTNEER, ARCHITEOT A NDLICENSED SURVEYOR, Scoresby STREET, IKERANG. Estimates, Plano, ete, prepared. . TIHE Progress of Carriage Building byAll . SCHOLTEN and MARSH,. of Sandl- I hurst,has been extraordinary during the past five ycars. We started with four men, and now we employ close on fifty, manufacturing Pleasure and Business Vehicles, comprising Car riages, Phmtons. Waggonettes, and Bug- CO giee of every description. And by concen trating all our efforts upon this class of work. and availing ourselves of a long and practical I experience, both in America and the Aus tralian colonies, and a thorough system of mnagement, and the use of skilled me Innics, and using the very best materials Agi lhroughout, and by adopting and developing any improvements that are introduced. we have succeeded in establishing a business second to none. The numerous prizes we have taken, and the progress we have made, is ample proof - of the superiority of our w...

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BENJEROOP & MURRABIT IRRIGATION AND WATER SUPPLY TRUST. SATURDAY, 21st DECEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 24 December 1889

BENJEROOP & MURRABIT IRRI GATION AND WATER SUPPLY TRUST. (1V0or - oi . OWs REPORTER.) SATrTnnAY, 21st DtCEMOinlI. Present - Cmrs. lMarks (chairman) Hickey, Troy and Lane. The minutes of the previous meeting were reeld itnd confirmed. COURKSpONDENCI". Fronm Water Supply Delpartment, noti fying tlhat Mr. C. F. Oliver had beeon p pointed by the dlopartment to inspect all trust works. Received, and Mr. Oliver to be afforded all information necessary when visiting the works. Fron same, forwarding copies of Amended Irrigation Act. Received. From samne, stating that the additional loan of £2000 applied for was available. Received. From Treasurer, enclosing statement of interest duo by the trust on the amount of loan, and asking that stops lie taken to make a rate, so that tie amount could lie collected and pail to the Sb-treasurer, Kerang. Thle chairman moved that the letter be cceivel, and, as the works were still incomplete, that application be made to the Governor-in-Council ask...

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THE WATER SUPPLY DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 24 December 1889

Tie W.?.TTIEt SuiPrLr DEPAItrrT.INT.--The appointment of a Secretary of Water Snpply is now being held in abeyance until AMr. Deakin returns to town. In response to the invitation of the Publirc Service, the following officers have sent in applications for the vacaney :-- Mssrs. T. F. Maorkham. chief clerk, .Puhlic Works department; T. 1W'Lnckie, chief clerk, Water SrSnnlyI?' .dl.p t.son;-J -vtowan,-cleilckof petty sessionri W. _Meakin, Lands department ; and ii. A. F. Murray, Government geologist. After the Public Service has hsumitted a re commendation to the Cabinet, it will rest with the Government to determine whether the appointment shall he con ferre:d upon any officer in the service, or whether a gentleman possessing special qualifications shall be selected froc oult site. It will be necessary to exercise the nlnost care in selecting an officer for this: position, as the department is rapidly ian creasinrg in importance, and will require the utmost vigilance in its administr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 24 December 1889

Wi t RE?3L.~ DEAF ?-If you haveI failed to be cured elsewhere, write or npply' to the Aural Clinic, 14,i Collins-street, Melbourne. Their new ,scientillo, entirely successful and paiinless Electro-Medication treatment com pletely cures Deafness, Noises in .the Head, discharges, etc., no matter of how, long standing. Ear drums ni o loliger necessary.' Advice and'descriptive pamphldt'frie..' N.B. --All our appliaices arid remedies" are patented throughoot lhe. civiliseil world. vr.) . .. HOLLOWAY'S PILS.-NcrVornSneSS and want of Energy.-When first the nerves feel un: strung, and listlessness supplants energy, th e time has come to take some such alteritive as Holloway's Pills to restrain a disorder from developing itself into a disease. These excellent Pills correct all irregularities and weaknesses. They act so kindly, yet so energetically, on the functions of digestion and assimilation, that the whole body is revived, the blood rendered richer and purer, while the muscles become fir...

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Kerang Times. Published Tuesdays and Fridays, WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 24 December 1889

Puhlished Tuesdays and Fridays, WITH WEVIirLY sL PL1Ei3ET " To make some reference TIi , to Christmas Day as often as it arrives is a custom of the British press at home ind abroad which is certainly not more honored in the breach than the ob servance, and one, therefore, which we have not the temerity to ignore. Upon so well-worn a theme nothing very original remains to be said, but con gratulations and good wishes are ever welcome to the recipients, and these we tender our readers in profusion. Christmas, then, is again at hand, and already we see the skirts of the departing year. The manner in which the great holiday of the Christian world is kept may vary with the climes in which they who observe it dwell, but, to all men who are not utterly destitute of moral sense, it is a season which awakens more or less of reflec tion. prompting both righteous men and sinners to review the past, and to make good resolutions for the future. The retrospect is often saddening, and the outlook ...

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LATEST CABLEGRAMS. THE CRONIN MURDER TRIAL. THE PARNELL COMMISSION. LORD CARRINGTON'S SPEECH. THE ZAMBESI DIFFICULTY. THE LABOR TROUBLES IN ENGLAND. THE LONDON CLUB SCANDAL. THE SALISBURY MINISTRY. AFFAIRS IN AFRICA. THE REVOLT IN BRAZIL. LONDON, Dec. 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 24 December 1889

LATEST CABLEGRAMS. - -------- THE CIRONIN MURDER TRIAL. TIlHE PAIINELL COMMISSION. LO.l) CARIRINGTON'S SPEECI. TIHLE ZAMUIM:S[ DII;FICULTV. THE LAlR:0 TROUIBLES IN ENGLANID. THEI LONDON CLTUBi SOANDAL. THE, SALISHUIUlY MINISTRY. AFFAIRS IN AFRICA. THE IEVOLT IN BRIAZIL. (FItot AnGITS AND AGE COItunSPONDENTS.) Losnon, Dec. 17. The trial of the prisoners charged with thie murder of Dr. Cronin, who was con dtminel to death by thll Clan-na-Gaol, in Chicago, has concluded, anl resulted in the conviction of tle prisoners. It has transpired tl?it in consequenco of the " obstinacy" of one of tie jurors, it wa s found necessary in the jury room to ar rive at a cnmpromise so as to bIring the trials to a conclusion. ?ul'rke, O'Sullivan and Conghlil were found guilty of Itur der, and were sentencel to ilnplrisolnment for life. Kunze was found guilty of being -nn accessory after thel fact, and was seon tfnced ct three years inlprisonment, while ltiEns, the other prisoner, was acquitted. The conv...

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THE NEW MILDURA SHIRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 24 December 1889

THE IVNEW MILDURA SHIRE. On Thursday afternoon a meetingof the Severancu Commnittee was held in the ollice of Messrs. Chaffey Bros., Linited, M[ildnra. There were present: Messrs. Williamns (in the chair), Paterson, .Jamie son, Trathon, Crosthwaite, M1'Kay, and the hon. secretary, Mr. Tolley. The chairman stated that in pirsuance of instructions given him at last meeting of the committee, he had, while in Mel bourneo, visited the Public Works depart ment for the purpose of urging on the proclamation of the new shire and of obtaining information as to further pro cedure. Mr. Morkllrn, secretary of the department, had informed him that the necessary proclamation would be pub lished in the GorPrnmtaet Gazelle some time between the 2nd December and the Christumas holidays. A period of forty days must then elapse before the election of councillors for the newly-constituted municipality could take place. In tihe meautime, however, tihe severance cotm mittee could ,et everything in train f...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE MARKET REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 24 December 1889

0 "COM?MERCIAL JNTELLIGENICE. MELBOURNE MARPET REPORTS. 'Messrs. Younghusband and Co., Limited. _.ACri1ourke Street,Melbonrn,reportl 17thl Dec: Slheepskitis.-? ?tchers' greeniskins. sope rior, Gs up to 7s id ; a few fxtra at Ss iid do, good, to 5is li; do, ordinary, .i toSi ; do, lamb sklins,to 3s Gd; spring skins,up to 3s 3d; drycountry skinn, hest. 3s to GsiGl ; dryskins; good, 3s Gd to 4Is d ; do, ordinary, 3s rid to 4s; lamb skits,nis (dl to 2s Od. in bale?-up to 7.ti per lh;ordinary, 4.d to i.i. tlides.- Green ox hides. heavies, 90nlb'to 1201ba, 25n to.;.n0 each ;0do, ordinnry, 75tlls to Soilbsn,-lis to 1Ss itl each : do,light, ills,thn 701bs. 10slto 11s Oil each ; green kips; 2idi per lh; grcen calf :id to fi.:l per lb.; country salted hides: :best, ;2d to '21d peri-lb y.ordinary, ildl'to 21 ,per lb; kips, 2d to 21d per lb; cialf, d per lbI; N;e Zealanil ---heavy, up to Id1,per .lbi; ordinary, 2J? to 3ld per lb. ' PFrred st:ins.-Opossum - Our sales ,comprise:--lst mountain, 20...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 24 December 1889

Tradeo Addresses. PHE WHOLESALE LOTHrING ,CO. TWEEDS COATINGS CBlue and ancy- Srges THE Assortment of SPRING an SUMMER GOODS is beyond doubt the best ever seen in the colonies. As usual we-.h uve al , . oaoIr,- ntt (to order), 12s . ?? Gd. ,"'," 'u. ' TWEEDS COA'rINGS TWEEDS COATTWEED SUITS (to TW EEDS COATINGS TWEEDSer) COAINGS. BLUE and FANOY SERGES. BLWRITE FANOY SERGES. BLUE an:l FANOY SEIRGES. Blue andG Feaney Ser.es AND" ENORMV1OUS STOCK. OUR O IWN ]lPORTIN. TAILOR ANDorimet of B PRI N all of SUMMER OOD Dis tricteyond dothat e ha Fi the bent ofer eeds, iCln ths, olnies. and usual neessarye a , hand. Greseully to notify to their u - ros customers that, having a large " "J. ,"."' "O (ito order, '2s 3d. shipmeL of WINTER SUIS (toarrive rdirt from th er),y early in arch, WRITE FOil SAMPLES. Ourthey hTraver decided ito offer the Dir riet emaininer Two Maontes. St . T. MrIDDLETON, General Mian ger. TAl I.ORINS. P. DOYLE, TAI.ORl AN I) IIAB3ITMAIKEI.l E(iS Blepectfutly th, niotify ti...

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