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

WANTED KNOWN. F- 0R a severe Cough, nothing in the world .L equals Dorman's famous Cough Mix ture. It is nice, safe and certain. It is equally effllicacious in bronchitis and all chest affections. G. AM. DORMAN, CHEMIST, XNext tlhe Theatre, Sandhurst 512 Medical. ALL 1IS1 tISF.S OP LOXG STA\DIXO CO?f PLr!TEL' CURIIIED IBY JIRiIEBAL M.:I XBTIC Sr 1 -..*T o ME\T. ihronic Sufferers Should not Pail to Coniult MAR HI E. KUGELMANN Cosatltincl Ileralmlit andl Ecleetic Of 7I ut 171 WILLI.AM STiEI'IT, MELI'OUR1XE. .ISITSt kRt AitY iYlt tY STItredl ndrerti'e S. tucnet'fttr Dates.) I?It. iKUGELMAX.N'S treatment differs el tirely front all others known,Yand Ie hal cured more cases of Cltronic I)isea:se than any tell medical men in Australia. Thousands of sworn declarations of cases cnred can be seen. Send for pamphlet on Miedical Despotisms or Liberty which ? 5; piges ; post free. This book exposes completely the old style of Mineral Drugging, and Iexplsins the methods of Mr. Kugel man'n!s Natu...

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
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GANNAWARRA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 31 December 1889

GANNA'WAlI?A RACES. This annual race meeting was held in Safe's paddock, adjoining the Gannawarra Hotel, on ]Boxing Day, and resulted very snccessfully. The attetda:ne was good, though 'hardly equal to last year, which, doubtless, was caused by the Druids' picnic being held on the same day. The weather was extremely hot, but, although the publican's booth was well patronisedl in consequence, none appearedl to' have over-indnlge'l, the result being perfect order throutghout the meeting. The racing was excellent, large fields being the 'order of the day. Two slight' accidents occurred, one jockey being utinseated in the Hurdle Race, whilst anotther was similarly treated during thet running of the Irrigation Stakes. The secretary, Mr. min. Buckland, deserves great credit for the manner in whilch lie carried out his dlpties,not a hitch occur ritg it any wity. The stewards and other ollicials were well up to their work. aind did" overything in their power to further the interest'in the t...

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
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NEW YEAR'S DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 31 December 1889

NEW YEAIt'S DAY. To-morrow (Now Year's Day) Messrs. D. tunnro and Co. will rnn an excursion train from Kerang to Swan Hill. leavin", Klrang at 10.30 n.m., and returning friun Swan 1ill at 7.30 p.m. A tlain is also timed to leave Swan Hill at 2.30 p.m;. for Keratig, and passenIgers desirols of travel ling by it will be allowed to do so on their excnrsion, tickets. The trip will afford an excellent oppolttnity to visit the Murray township, and also to witness the sports to he hell there during the day. The fares-Os. return, children half price are extremely moderate,and will,no doubt, be largely availed of, especially by those who have not already visited Swanl Hill. A special tram is advertised to leave Ieratng for Koondrook on the same day at 11 a.m., returning at 7 p.mn. It is also announced that the steamuer iiotlthbry will ran a trip down. the Murray, leaving Koondlloouk about 12 noon, and returllinll in titte to catch the last trami. Excursion fares, 3s. return, will be charged ...

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HANDICAP HURDLE RACE. 8 SOVS. Abont two miles. Six hurdles 3ft 3in high. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 31 December 1889

IIANDICAP HIUR DiLE ,i '. 8 s!17- Aboiot twob miei.: .fiixitnurdle. Bfti f'in.lii;fi. • / . Mrr. T. Mailtyc 'Pseiir,1Ost - 1 lir..T. M'*Donalld's Freedom, 9st ?lb ... M. JTohn IRyan's Spinnaway, 9st 2l11 i1 Sevoin horses starled. PlnngSer led over: the first junmp, followed -by Freedom, Ihe others all clearing the obstalclselose up. Pluiiger andl Freedom nradually drew away fronl the field, anm a rent race theit -ensued bet~ween the two. both of the horses. jnmping well. Tho first time past the post':Plunger was in tho.lead;', with Free dont close upi seenld, :the ?others some. `distance iehind. Goinground the second. 'timie the positions renimamnedr ich lbolit the same, Plunger comin in first about a length ahead of Frreerlo pfcSpnlinitna bein third some diistance .biiudii coHUvt InnruTi 'i-Err 9 sors.;i'st o sovs out; -1f. "iko tb'g. fsgt second horses Abou n.lonisn. 1frG. Grm ansCl'antele Sft .01b.:: 1 1ihr; M; Trea'ey'e? lhodeeick nlii 8st i N i"if' "sir e enscan the first -e wa...

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FIRE AT TRAGOWEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 31 December 1889

FIRE AT TRAGOWEL. OnFrid?y last a fire occurred amongst the slacks standing on Mir. oo. .Tenncr' si farit ast 'ra,,owel, which, happily, tlough of a serious nature, was stayel in time to prevent the wholm place heing swept away. Mr. Jenner hal just finished threshing the day before, and he, with Messrs. Widdup andl Stott's men, who did the thrcshing, had shifted over to his brother's residence, about a mile and a hall distant, to do broken out. As therere were a number of conveyances about, a hasty move was made for the scene of the conflagration, when it was found that the fire had taken a good hold, two ot the straw stacks and one of hay being in flames. An effort was nacidle to save the hay stacks, and by the willing exertions of IMr. Stott andl his omen, and otherl neighbors who had arrived on thie ground, one was pulled doawn and remtnved out of the reach of the flames, thus breaking the line of fire and saving. the other stackr.Mr. Jenner informits us that 'Mr. Stott worked li...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 31 December 1889

CORRESPONDENCE. I[::lllr ll:rll cntln ll bit "n-llll·. ..r 1":-crti ilt in tllii eolumn ..sieiy f beII hiei to th lilliwir.l I C uame11 uul a1: Llre. 4 of the trI~iter nillt he ad I1e~! 1. u,.: Ircce.-arrip fo~r publlication, l intt n+ ; a gnnmlltte o gdd l fiti,. While e or It ci lltime, -I;1 ti, cc 'eie toiut lublidi h correponlenc, allo.IiniaIu amout of Iflitilde c:A' +i~tetlt with lie rile IIo f'urooh~o we .c1, nopt hold ]orselcoote-pvn~thlc

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CREAMERIES AND THE BONUS REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 31 December 1889

CREAMERIES AND . THE BONUS REGULATIONS. A short time ago Messrs. W. T. Webb and J. H. P['Coll, Ms.P., and Mr. Michael Burke, waited on the Secretary of Agri culture, anti subsequently on the Minister, Mr. Dow, to point out that under the pro posed bonus regulations for dairy produce it would be impossible for creameries to. participate in the bonuses for butter.. It was.sliown that in. the.warm northern districts it would be necessa3=: for several months of the year to send the cream away. The heat would prevent butter being made in a satisfactory manner. The deputation asked that a bonus should le allowed on the butter made from the cream sent by the. creameries, pointinig out that, if this was not done, the small farmers in the warum districts, whom it was intended to encourage in dairying, could not be helped, but the bonuses weould. go to the large companies who bought the cream and made it into butter. It was promised that consideration would be given to the request made. On Fr...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 31 December 1889

nl, ael t tat I e agetis of liito .; tisily engage.l instigatiicc the natives to revolt. The P'ar.ses an tlhe Inahnlteduins did not attend tlih National Congress of Afghanistan this year. The Czar and the King of Portut.al are snifering freti: the influenza epidemic which is at present prevailing thronghoout Europe. The Czar's is a secondt attack, and is at bad one. It is estimated that 20 per cent. of the Rllssian atrmy is sutl'erin,: from the conmpaitnt. In Vienna and the German towns trade is partially paralysed, ntid many of the schools and universities have been closed in consequence of the, prevalence of the disease. The Einglish cases are of a mild character, and it is donhtlul if they are the saume as those on the Continent. Dec. °8. Captain William HIenry O'Shea has lodged a petition for divorce from his wife, on tlte ground of her adulter$y with 31r. Charles Stewart Partnell, I1.P., the leader of the Ilomt litle party in Ireland. lntelligence has been received from Zanzilb...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 31 December 1889

inposeil" withllt cosent o ti . Govermnen," anld " U tlhe tariff was ot a'l that could ihave been wished ;" lefended the policy of gi'ing bolmies to Igricnitnrists ; spoke vr',ry holefully o the future of irri-itioni and of the pros peet of all Govrrnment loans being repa id in fil; explained the mtin provision of the Plublic Health Bill; and mentionedi that time wonld not permit of the passinl of the local Government Act Amenlhne" t Bill. lte Rxi-way Construction Bill, and the Metropolitan lBa?rd of Works Bill. In regalrd to the latter measure, he re marlked tllat it would have required three ionths to have passed it, which would haIve continled the session into tile sum mert moithls. T'lnt would not have been a desirable thing in the interests of the countrS, becalse memlbers would have become irritable, and have lost the good clia'acters oarnid dinin- thle winter and sprilg. Besesle, until Mr. Mansergh's report was available the Metropolitan Board of Works could not do any prac t...

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[TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERANG TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 31 December 1889

[To TIO E EDITORI OF THE KtE:.tLsN TIMtES. Stu,-In the report of the proceelings at the last meeting of the Swan Hill Shire Council, which appeared in your issue of the Gth instant, I notice certain remtarks male by 1[r. Albrecht in reference to flold dt.amages, anid which appear by implication to rellect nIavorablly on th: engineer of the little Shire of Gordon. 1Mr. Albrecht is reported to have said, " As to flood d:unage, it was a remnarkablle fact that the little Shire of Gordon, which hatd been excised fromn this shire, had oh tained a larger Government vote than their shire, clearly lproving that the danll age 1by floods ill this shire was colmplara tively small, and testifying to the stability of itsworlks." This remark rendered into plain English would read thus-Gordou Shire has been voted a larger sunt t" repair Ilood damages, clearly proving that the works are not so stable as those of oar shire; or in other words, I nm the better engineer. There is such a lack of good tas...

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STATE OF THE RIVERS. HEIGHT ABOVE SUMMER LEVEL. [BY TELEGRAPH.] Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 31 December 1889

:STATE OF THE RIVERS8. ra::- I r ABovR SUIMMen LEVEL; Lur TELEGIAPH.] . K - MIonday. Mtuntx. ft. in. Allibry . 3 0 ICIIL 11: = j Swan ,illo 1. . E oey io u l l O ;l . a i ' II . wenttwortlh .:; . 1 0 ;Wilcainin - - . ?: ! . i'1

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[TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERANG TIMES.] [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 31 December 1889

[To TiHE EtroDIT or TisE KImx'.IS, TIIES.)] Sir,-Kindly allow .ne, throsgh the coIlluns of your jouroal, t1 ventilato the utter carelcessness that exists in regtard to the stoilntg of dairy produee ~t roilt'iwai stations. Although the Inilway Depart milent has exl'pendcd tlhousalsll of lpoids ill the erection of cooling sheds for the specilic purpose of storing cheese, butter, eggs anld such like, they are of little calue to the farmer whI has his plrodultce to send away,or to the merchant who is --o lhurgel interested in silcsh ,oodls, simply otn - eollnt of the aplathetic LiImannier in which railway otlicials carry out their duties. Ilnstetadl of hItinlig goods of this Ikindl pitt ltaway inlo the cooling rooms inmlilediately on the arrival of a train they are loft either inl the general goods slled or the parcels onlice, where cheese anld butter, ill al climaite like this, soon beconme little I etter thtan oil, aiull alumost impossille to ]lut lle. I trust sincerely-, .Ir. Edtitor...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 31 December 1889

] iiillrisg n.i'"o"s"y ma place early this morning, lastin"g or minutes. Smith w>as repeatedly knocked down by his opponent, anld at t l Ileft I1e •yin'. Slavin riemained, andl clane l the victory. A disgraceul scene then ensued. Thie snpporters of. Smith rusihed .at the referee, who declared that tlhe fight was a draw. They also set upon Slaviln :nd beat hiin severely with sticks. The Anstraliant was reported to have been 1illed, but the latest news states that he is recovecring from the effects of the ill isatne lhb receivetd. The difficilty which has been created on the Zaiubesi River in Africa hy the ig-li.hnded proccee-dilIgs of Captain Pinto, th'e Portlltese officer and explorer, con tinues to absorb public attention through out Europe. Tie oflicial advices whichi have bee. received by the Portuguese . . ....i. 4Is lc.ton qi5t nth hlave been previously publishel to tihe effect that thle natives of thie Makololo country were the aggressors, and that they \were instigated tby...

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Kerang Times. Published Tuesdays and Fridays, WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 31 December 1889

Published Tuesdays and Fridays, WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMEST. TIUESD:IY, DECK .1{BEIR s1, 1ss9. CarIcKET.--Thc following members of the Kerang Cricket Club have .been selected by the match committee to play the opening match for the Cup with the Kerang Trades' Club on. the 11th January-Crawford, Stranger, Sabine, Marks, Truman, L'regear, J. Flight, J. Scriven, Field, J. G. Rundle, Adams. Emergencies, Dr. Stoker, Herdman. A scratch match will be played on Saturday next, Jan. 4th, on the new ground at the back of the railway station, at 2.80 sharp.. Mein bers are requested to atteiid. PHuoTsurAn.Y.- Mr.' Taylor, the. manager for the Victorian 'Photo graphic Company, is :now exhibiting some excellent photographs recently taken by him in his studio adjoining the Commercial Hotel, Kerang.r The pictures are excellent productions, indeed, quite equal to Melbourne sork. An inspection, we are convinced, would satisfy. the most critical. M1 Ir. Taylor's sojournn in Keraiig ~ 'will? be limited, and ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 31 December 1889

MARRIAGE. WADDELL-LITTLETON..-On Dec. 3rd. at Holy Trinity Church. Kew, by the Rev. Stanley Hinson, W.. M. Waddell to Ada Mary, eldest daughter of the late Thomas Little— ton, J.P., of Kerang.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 31 December 1889

Ihor?,ow.y's Prr..s.--~ervousness and want of Energy.-When first the nerves feel un strung, and listlessness supplants energy, the time has come to take some such alterative as Iolloway's Pills to restrain a disorder from devercloping 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 firmer and stronger, and the nervius anld rbsorbent systems are invigorated. Thlse Pills aresuitable fIor all classes and all ages. They have a most marvellous effect oni.persons who are omt of condition; they soon rectify whatever is in fault, restore strength to the body and con fidencc to the mind.--(AnvT.) . u- sements. EXCURSION TO SWAN HILL. NEW YEAR'S DAY. SWAN HILL SPORTS. A N EXCURSION TRAIN will leave Kerang TO-MORROW. (New Year's Day) for Swan Ilill at 10.30 n.m., and Swan ...

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[?]YS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 31 December 1889

4 Y S. ang passed of services w?er , huches. /fhi r was p leasant, i,." ý. cou tired for tile occa:sion; bliit,wvitli tic ptionlof a few private picnic excnu s js, people genoerily preferred to spenld the day at home. TI Theeathier anly oii BoxsinigT 5iy was not calctte 1I to Inspire intending holiday-iinke?si-ith confidence as to the amouaat of enjoy ienttlheys were likely to deprii fronl an: i projecteil ox cursion, but ?lespite advierse onditionsi o oppresi??o heat tnd an .tnlititdatinpply of dust, thiere were conclusive evidonees of a determination o il the pnart offi?yer laigo ninuber to matuc tihe ost of tl d spporttinities oflring? for til?y's oitin, te most prominentof tho o'nibor ,at tions was r .?lhDRUIDS' PI .. I " - %was patronisbs aiy'n m'ot ohly of tile n il their fri idis, 'loed. As the houir SeOcialfrom Keraing afge crowd be an ito ailway platforsu; rfii i were shulnted 'ihto ithe the seating accommodations i up, hbut, thlia?kii.io: th nnts onil the parit aifli ger (...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 31 December 1889

Trade AAddresses. ADVANCES ON WOOL, GRAIN, &o. Goldsbrough, Mortt Co. (LIMITED.) Capital-£G,000,000. C Subscribed, £3,500,000. Reserve Fund, £210,000. HEAD OFFIOCE-MELBOURNE. iOLDSBROUG U, MORT and CO., Limi ted, make liberal cash advances on the ensuing Clip of Wool and on Station Securities. They hold Auction Sales of Wonl twice each week dfiring the season, and at frequent intervals during the wihter months. Auction Sales of Tallow, Hlides, Sheopskins ad d other Station Produce, are held thrice each week thr year. \ Auct ~ ales of Grlliare held each Tred during the main season. atage on. WOOL Branc Circular Qady. e B its 151 and 157 Leaden. MIcnCELL ST , SANDHUIT. DESIGNS SUBMITTED. PORTRAITS. PORTRAITS. TIHE VICTORIAN FHOTOGRAPHIC COMPANY S Well-.known and admirably arranged . TRAVELLING PORTRAIT SALOON ' open for business at Kerang, adjoining COMMIERIRIAL HOTEL, KERANG. a few weeks only. offei t tlhe' in la.nts of Keraig - g i r?lunding dis triawna opportunity that seld...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 31 December 1889

15 S.. jE enconll ' c to (;d. *- d toid. I -- .>f il to lCd. E rollr CnE. / SURVEYOR, e a Sc ine Kn umn. "employ close on fifty, manufacturing e adl Business Vehicles, comprising le s, Phtons. Wnggonettes, and ong trati cry description. And by concen and a?our efforts upon this clsss of work, eperie?ourselves of a lonll and practical trlian both in America and the Aus ingees, ad a thorough system of ``Jia c ad tile use of skilled me •atlI.ho. sing the very best materinls have a Lm y adopting and developing second tm?e that are introduced, we The num0o Lei?establishing a business the progress iwe ", of the supleriority of -I-hiave taken, and large assortment of Velis.L ample proof hand, of which we have photb?We keep a and will send them, with price h1tlv on tending purchasers post free on aplhpitn The secret of our success is in havinL thorough knowclcL ry banch in t Jtl d y" tile lb I ter hanrhinte focpri? enARlSj SCHOLTB DID1 nsS CA-,)rjid,s.yttleton Te" Queen-0A.ý Y (StI E , S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 31 December 1889

, .r q TWEEDS COATINGS TWEEDS COATINGS , TWEEDS -COATINGS' ;: TWEEDS COATINGS .TWEEDS COATNGS. BLUE and FANCY .SERGES. - BLUE and FANCY SERGES. BLUE and FANCY SEROFS. Blue and Fancy Serges : , AND ' " ENORMOUS STOCK. OUR OWN: IMPORTING. - e Assrt t -rof e :.SPR6 f'?, the best ever seen in the colonies. As usual we have a large staff of the Best Cutters & Workmen IN VIOTOItI&. ALL. WOOL TWEED TROUSERS (to order), 12s 6d. ALL WOOL TWEED SUITS (to order), 46s. WRITE FOR SAMPLES. Our Traveller Visits the District every Two Months, J. T. MIDDLETON, General Man ger. JOHN M'KAY AND CO., IMPORTERS, PYRAMID H1LL, SEG respectfully to notily to their nume rous customers that, having a large shipment of WINTER GOODS to arrive direct from the old country early in March, they have decided to offer their remaining STOCK OF DRAPERY - at exceptionally low prices, which cannot fail to please all. Prints, a large variety, from 3s lid dozen , worth 5s. Sateens, all colors, Galateas, Mus...

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