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

GUNBOWER. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Now that harvest operations are draw- ing near the finish, we are enabled to form some idea of what the average yield for this district will be. I find upon enquiry that, with few exceptions, the loss of grain through the crops being beaten down by the storms of October and November amounts to at least six to twelve bushels per acre. Red rust has also had some- thing to do in diminishing the yields. I find from actual returns that some are not getting over two bags per acre, while others have obtained a return of six bags. Stripping has been a very tedious ?chore this season, on account of the straw being so badly knocked about by the storms, so that three to four acres per day has been as much as a machine could do. A large quantity of land has this year been ope- rated upon by the reaper and binder, and those who have adopted this means of harvesting will, in most cases, find them- selves well repaid for their extra outlay, as, by using the ...

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
STATE OF THE RIVERS. HEIGHT ABOVE SUMMER LEVEL. [BY TELEGRAPH.] Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 3 January 1890

STATEA OF THE RIVERS. li l?ouT AjXOn' SU -toirn LEVEL. Lor TcLinrAPTI.J SThursday. -b-. Iu n . ft. i . Albury 2 6 Swanllll ,, 10 11 Ensto, ., . .. ; 10 Gourmono - .ttflh u ii iliisllrru qayt' 01 :Iiranald .. .1.. 0 SMenindie .. .. 9 7 SWentartl ; .- .. 1 8 Wilcannia noreport

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BEE CULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 3 January 1890

BEE CULTURE.. The Minister of Agrinulture has received a report from MAr. Alexander CrawfotI on " lise Cnltilre." Mr. Ctrawford writes: " No live stock that I know oIifor have ever had anything to do with, will give such a large percentage of profit on their eost as bees. My bees have paid nie several lhitreid per cent. in one season, and hie surely nmust be hard to satisfy who would not he content with interest at tllhat rate. Suppose, first[ of all,.that you have t com o uOlnn box hlive,,,tl have nlot gone in for the imnprovl.l hives. A g??at mistake I often see in themn is that the entrance-hole is too small, sometimes not Inmuch miore than anll inch or two in widtlh. As a cotnsequence, when the bees are very busy the doorway is ahvays crowded, and a lot of pushinlg and crushing when going in andl corning out, the pollen is brushed off and is lost. the bees are kept back, antI a great deal of valuable tilme is lost. Another objection is that in the hlot weoatller tihe bees have g...

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
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THE RABBITS IN NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 3 January 1890

THE RABBITS IN NEW SOUTH WALES. According to the .1 rluits Sydney corres pondent, the finnal report of the Rabbit Commnission was recently laid on the table of the New South lWales Assembly. It is a lengthy and important douemnent. The conlmission have come to thile con clusion that no scheme has been pro pounded which complies writh the terms of the proclamation under which the colony offered a reward of .£25.000 for an effective scheme of rabbit destruction. The report states that since the progress report in April last no now suggestions of nmportance has been imade concerning the destruction of rabbits by disease. The nnfsvorable opinion concerning the utility of chicken cholera for the destruction of rabbits had not, as far as the commission were aware, bIeen seriously challenged. The doubts the commission entertained concerning the existence of any comnnnllli c:ative disease among the rabbits at Tintinallogy had not been removed. but rather confirmed. It would appear tlhat tlh...

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
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STOCK REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 3 January 1890

STOCK REGULATIONS. ------ --+- The regulations for the ahnmission of stock to Western Australia are by no mealns as stringent as those of the other colonies. anud as a consequence it is fcared that the precautions taken in those colo nies to prevent the introduction of dis eased animuals may be rendered nugatQor by the introduction overland of disease front Western Anstralia. At the request of the recent Intercolonial Stock Confer ence the Premier has placedI himself in conununication with the Colonial Secre tary of Western Australin, and lhas forwarled a copy of regulations drafted by Mr.i Robert Stirling, chief inspector of stock in Victoria, with a request that they be ad',pted in Western Aunstalia. These regulations require that foreign stock and horses should be inspected by ean approved veterinery surgeon and an inspector of stock before being allowed to land. With cattle, sheep and other stock shipped on board a vessel from that colony to any other there should be sesnt it ce...

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
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THE VASTNESS OF LONDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 3 January 1890

THE VASTNESS OF LONDON. ----- ? -- Every foui minutes marks a birth. Tn the next two honrs after you read this thirty babies have been born. and twenty deaths have taken place. Think of it. The evening paper that records the births and deaths of thel preceding four and twenty hours must give 800 separate items. Vetily. its joys and sorrows are a multitude. London has 7,000 miles of streets, and if you walked them at the rate of 20 miles a dlay you would have to walk almost a year, and morethan a year by nearly 50 days if you shoul.l rest on Sundays. And if you were a thirsty sort of a traveller, and couldn't pass a public house, don't be alannel--the 7,000 miles have five-and seventy miles of public houases, so you need not think of thirst. In a year London folk swallow down 500.000 oxen, 2,000,000 sheep, 200,000 calves, 300,000 swine, 3,000,000 head of fowls, 500,000.000 pounds of fish. 500,000,000 oysters, 200,000,000 lobsters -is that enough to figure on ? If not, there are sonme...

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
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THE REVENUE RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 3 January 1890

THE. REVENUE RETURNS. Tll!ireI'tole returns for thie qrarter ending December 31 are satisfictory, na. cording to the Atrgus, having regard to the Treareaqurer's estimate in his last Budget, though, as was to have been expected, theyshow a decrease in some departments as compared with the corresponding quarter of last year. The total amount received in the quarter was .12,302,261, an increase of .£25,647 over the receipts for October, November and December of 18SS. If we add this sunm to .12.068.821 brought to account in July, Augnst and September of the current year, it will be seen that thle income for the six iionthlis ihs been £4,371,085. The Treasurer esti inaled that he would receive £81.6i ,8-15 in the current twelve months endintg .Tiua 30, and lie has ahlread olbtained £2ii6,674. above the proportion for the six monlths. Acomp:irison of the figulres fir the qularer just ended with the corresplonding quarter last year will be interesting. There was a falling off of £1.0,000 i...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KERANG FLOUR MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 3 January 1890

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. -------- KERANG FLOLU M.Jllt.IS. TIr. Thos. Hall reports the price of wheat as follows:- Fair naillit, to prime. 2-. 1141. to;!s.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 3 January 1890

iTria o Addresses. THE WHOLESALE 'LOTHING CO. ,- . WEBD " t :OATING TWEEDS COATINGS. BLUE asiu: FANCY SERGES BLUE and FANCY SERGES BLUE andt FANCY SEROFS Blue and Fancy Sergs .. - ,: . .. . I . '. ' ? : 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 ld. 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 HILL, B EG respectfully to notify to their nume rous customers that, having a large shipment of WLNTER GOODS to arrive direct from the old country early in March, they have decided to offer their remaining STOCK OF DRAPERY at exceptionilly low prices, which cannot fail to please all. Prints, a large variety, from 3s l1d dozen worth 5s. Sateens, all colors, Galateas, Muslins, etc., from 5s lid. A job line of Dress Beige at Is Sd dozen, Black Ca...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 3 January 1890

Trado Addrossos. ADVANCES ON.WOOL, GRAIN, &e. Goldsbrough, 0 ort Co. (LIMITED.) Capital-£6,000,000. Subscribed, £3,500,000. Beserve Fund, £210,000. READ OFFIC?- -MELBOURNE. GOLDSBROUG H, 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 during the season, and at frequent intervals during the wihter months. Auction Sales of Tallow, Hides, Pheepskins and other Station Produce, are held thrice each week throughout the year. Auction Sales of Grain are held each Wed nesday during the grain season. Free Cartage on WOOL. Sydney Branch-Circular Quay. London Branch-15- 1 and 157 Leaden hall-street Agent at Kerang F. J. TAVERNER. ANTED KNOI N. That the Cheapest and Best place for MONUMENTS, HEADSTONES, GRAVE ENCLOSURE Is AT WM. BEEBE & SON'S MONUMENTAL WORKS, MIITCHELL STREET, SANFDIUUST. DESIGNS SUBMITTED. PORTRAITS. PORTRAITS. THE VICT PHOTOGRAPHIC COMPANY S Well-known and...

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Kerang Times. Published Tuesdays and Fridays, WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. FRIDAY, JANUARY 3, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 3 January 1890

Published Tuesdays and Fridays, WrITI WEE?iKLY SUPPLE1MENT. FRTDAY, J.TANUARY 3, 1890. Tin Horn.rYs. - The customary ceremonies were observed on New Year's Eve, the evenj being celebrated by the ringing of bells, band playing, and other items of a more or less demonstrative character. The pro coedings, however, were carried on in a fairly orderly manner, and shortly after midnight the streets resumed their wonted quietude. On New Year's l)ay Messrs. D. Munro and Co's. special trip to Swan Hill attracted a large numler of excursionists, the train being crowded to its utmost capacity. Swan Hill was reached shortly after 12 o'clock, and the visi tors then dispersed in various direc tions, many patronising the local sports, held some distance from the township. Several returned to Kerang by the train leaving at 2.80, but the majority elected to remain- till half past 7, the time fixed for the depar ture of the special.' The intense heat prevailing throughout the day' proved very trying,...

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LATEST CABLEGRAMS. THE ZAMBESI DIFFICULTY. MISHAP AT A PARIS THEATRE. THE O'SHEA DIVORCE SUIT. THE ROWING CHAMPIONSHIP. TRIAL OF MR. WHITE'S HORSES. THE INFLUENZA EPIDEMIC. REBELLION IN SAN SALVADOR. THE NEW VICTORIAN LOAN. THE CZAR'S CONDITION. PUGILISM IN ENGLAND. SOCIALIST IN GERMANY. MR. PARNELL RESIGNS THE LEADERSHIP OF THE IRISH PARTY. NIHILIST PLOT IN RUSSIA. THE SCULLING CHAMPIONSHIP. REVENUE OF GREAT BRITAIN. THE CHANNEL TUNNEL. London, Dec. 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 3 January 1890

LATEST CABLEGRAMS. TILE ZAM31ESI DIFFICULTY. .MISlIAP A'T A PARIS TIIEAITRE. THE O'ShIEA DIVORICE SUIT. Ti le tOVINf; CIIAMPION-111P. TIIIAL OF M1R. WIIITE'S HORSES. TIlE INFLUENZA. EPIDEMIC'. IE:IBELTON IN SAN SALVADOR. TI'IIE NEW VICTORIAN LOAN. 'TH'IIE CZAIR'S CON I)ITION. 1'I(;ILISM IN ENGLAND. SOCIALISM IN GERMANY. MR. PAIINEIJLL RESIGNS TIlE LEADER. SHIP OF TIlE IRIS 11 P'ARTY. NIHILIST PLOT IN BRUSSIA. TIHE SCUI.LING CIIAMPIIONSIIIP. II?VENUIE OF GRItVA' BIIITAIN. TIlE CIIANNEL TUNNEL. (FtROll ARGUS AND AGE CORRiESPONDENTS.) Los?ox, Dec. 30. ''lTe Portuguese Government has now received a detailed explanation front Major Pinto of his mnilitary proceedings on the Zambesi-Iliier,-ilr-Africa'front which it appears that tihe operations of the Portn gnlese troops were conducted o a some-0111 what large scale. Major Pinto asserts that his troops were first attacked by the natives of Makololo, whom lie declares were instigated by the principals cont corned in.the English land compani...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 3 January 1890

Wanted. 'TANTED. slnmrt soy to learn Black. -172 "?'T A\TED--,oon General Servant. A\p Tply \lrs. J. Ta. verner. :175 TAN-'I'ED a god general servant. re fcrcnces indispensable. Apply W. J. W. Patchell. "37; - TAN'TED two smart Waitresses. Apply ` at the Gilbert Club Hotel. 3(8 WANTED KNOWN. "KOR a severe Cough, nothing in the world .L' equals lormlan's famous Cough Mix ture. It is nice, safe and certain. It is equally etlicacious in bronchitis and all chest affections. G. M. DORIM.N, CHEMIST, Next the Theatre, Sandhurst 9512 For Sale or To Let, SOFOR SALE, Spring Cart and Harnness. Apply Jas. Oppy. Kerang. 977.1 TO LET by Tender, for a term of three Years, 3.:0 acres of land. Frontage to tlhe Murray. Divided into four paddocks securely fenced. All tenders to be addressed to Mrs. M'Intosh, Capel's Crossing. Ten ders close on the 7th January, 1890. 97;-1 FOlR SALE. ýEVERAL Township Allotments on easy tJ te:ms. Apply II. BRIEN, Senr., Ma cmrna. FO R SALE. FrrllE IRRIGABLE ESTATES COMP...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 3 January 1890

TlnHE Progress of Carrin?e Bunilding by SCHOLTEN and MARSH, of Sand hurst,has been extraordinary during the past five years. We started with four men, and now we employ close on fifty, manufacturing Pleasure and Business Vehicles. comprising Car riages, Phietons, Waggonettes, and Bug gies of every description. And by concen trating all our efforts upon this chss of work, and availing ourselves of a loni and practical experience, both in America and the Aus tralian colonies, and a thorongh system of management, and the use of skilled me hanics, and using the very best materials dlroughout, and by adopting and developing any improvements that are introduced. we have succeeded in establishing a husiness second to none. The numerous prizes we have taken, and the progress we have made, is ample proof of the superiority of our work. We keep a large assortment of Vehicles constantly on hand. of which we have photographs taken. and will send them, with price list, to in tending purchasers p...

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MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 3 January 1890

MELBOURNIE MIAlI?KET' tI'PORTS. The Australasian Mortgage and Agencv Company, Ltd., report. Dec. ::lst: Sheepskins.-lin;tclhers' reen lambs (thirds), to s (;l eiachl: seconds, Is !9l to 2s :i each; id firsts, 2s Gd to :s each; do sup.orior, :s each; do green skins (thirds), 3s fi; to 4Js ld cach; do seconds. ,5 to G;s:ld each; dlo firsts, G6s id to 7s Gd each ; do snperior. to 8S. Dry slkins, country consignments-T-rnibs. :li i': 4d per 1b; croslred. 2d to :-I; tine cross bred and comolhacl:. :31 to .ld; nerino. :td to -td. Hideos.-OrdlinyA \Victorian salted. 2.1 to 21d per lb : do dirty, UId per 1b ; do heavies, 21d to :id per hI: tlo tkip, 2}1i to 2d1.d per t1 : do calf <?ins. (lilht), to lid per 11 ; dlo anlf skins (heavy). to 3d por 11 : New Zealand (hcavies). 3.:d to .-d per Ib ; dn light, to :3i per 11 ; cows, to 2d per b ; hip, 2.td per lb ; btclhers' green ox (lihi,t to average). n11 to 10i each ; do hlenvips. ?os to 15 (dicnella ; do extra oeighlts 25qo upwards; ...

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KERANG EAST IRRIGATION AND WATER SUPPLY TRUST. KERANG, JANUARY 4th, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 7 January 1890

KERANG EAST IRRIGATION AND WATER SUPPLY TRUST. - -------+ i t:n.iso. fT.Nsally 4th, 180. . s1 Presint--Ciitrs. I olioway (i hairnain) sl Thiorne, P'eacock andi IRcst. The intititt of the previous mteeting were red anc d etlirtcued.l. I (cORIat:IPO0 lttiCE. --FLron Pine Ifills trust, stating that it .1 was the intentlion of the trust to cihanit t the I'yrantid Crcek, with a view to pro- ti iceting their area fromi flood water, ec cording to plans to be approIIed IIby the Water Supnly Deportment, ani a.kuitg if there was any lobjection to the lproposal. , P cr. Best motved that the secretary c inform the Pine Hills trulst that the coon niissioners would .first. like to see plans I of the proposed works, before stating wltetht'r they had filly objection or nut. Seconlded by Cinr. 'horni and carried. From Wl ter Spi'ly departitentt in-t Sthnating tihat oflicers twould a'teiidl at the Shire I1all. Keraig, on the 13th ul it., or tihe purpose of taking accoiiunts i alii tI 1 cnting liabili...

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STATE OF THE RIVERS. HEIGHT ABOVE SUMMER LEVEL. [BY TELEGRAPH.] Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 7 January 1890

STATE OF THE RIVERS. IEIOHT Anove SouMER LVEaL. Lil TELEGRAPH. Monday. Mor~uon&y, _ ft. in. Albtiry . ., . 2 2 Ecliunc 8 7 Swan 1ill - . Noreport Eustot. 1L 3 bSonr uono - 'rouonnn3 D . GEE. :talroahal 10 0 Wag .l.or . 0 Wsil- n . . 08 Wienia 'ý

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KERANG FLOUR MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 7 January 1890

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. XBRA\ G F1,01711 All I.1.S. MIr. T'hos. Hall 'rep irts the prik~e o cIheatt 'Istolloar. FairiltfurCt prune. 2.. lid to 3s.

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MELBOURNE MARKET REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 7 January 1890

MELBOUiRNE tAIAtIR lAKT RI'lOiRTS. Messrs. JliJohn J. Denton and Co.. anc tioneer=, Fish Market, ilelllourne. report for week endling il Jlanuary -0'od, ld: pitch. -idI; eatft-ih. 1. C:Gae per tvnce--Black dluck, is 2 to 3a : hard lead. i 14i to i Sl : ]lute wing, is to 1, 4.1: west hark. Is 7.l tI. is d : teal. 10a to is 21 t. ois duelk, Is : swans, 3t ; spee duck. i-s , ti : widgeon, ts : plover, tei. - Mesoes. It. I.ngftgori and Co.. Vicl Market, iltclbournerpst the- .tlloeing sal0sof fwh,. game, oyster-, rtitbits, etc., for week etnding Jan. Or I. 1 0S :-i'il:e, ts to Ot1 : cur'ds 15s to 21s ; intet IS to 203 : ehitingi !N to 21.t flatiheadstt to 1its tl : pi!tharlld;l s to I.: oysters t5s to i5s ibag; murray cod ald perch 2d to 71i per it; live eels, 11 to 3d1 perr 11i ; rabbitt, is Gd to 8s dozen patir ; tenti. 21 to is 2:1 Ibrace; ilack duck, i to sid brace; wiIgeoIn, 1. to 8 I race: hnnld head. 3:1 to Is l bratce; niper. -In to it brace ; tanml ducks. ;3 to .1; 9I; fowls. w ...

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Kerang Times. Published Tuesdays and Fridays, WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. TUESDAY, JANUARY 7, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 7 January 1890

Published Tuesdays and Fridays, WITH WERKLY SUPPLrEENT. T'UHESI)V, IV. IJ.1 /Y , IS90. CousciL 31rTI.c1'.c 0 [o usual monthlly meeting of the Swan1 Till Shire: Council will take plate to-day. KtsANs :T'unme Ci.un.-A .imeeting of stewards of the Kerang Turf Club was held at the Kerang Hotel on Friday even ing -last, the president, Mir. J. Cullen, Jlnnr., occupying the chair. Thie ,inuites of the previous mcetinog havingi been read and confirmed, the lollowing programme of events for the annual races, to take place on Wcdnesday, 12th March, was adopted :-Trial Stakes, 20 sovs.; Time Handicap Trot, 25 :sos.; KIeraug handi cap, 120 sous.; Handicap Ilurdlel Race, -0 soes.; Flying Handicap, 25 sove.; Sell ing Plate, 25 soas. It was -resolved that date of nominations be Saturday, 15th February, and night of general entry Saturday, 8th Mairclh. lTie secretary (Mr. Fi. Broton) was instuneted to iuake tlhe necessary arrangements in due course for a special train, from Sandlrist similar facili...

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