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THE ART OF KISSING. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 7 January 1890

THE ART OF KISSING. Kiss xt :tis OrI;IN A.tI St'iCctS. By a Disciple. (London : E. \W. Allcn, Ave ai ria.lanne.)-'lT'is is an enterlainiing Christians Istrhem' which, by its title. mtust cottntend itself to a very large circlel of renders indeed. It imay he pirch:sned for sixpence, and readl in a qllarter of nit hour-not too great a demand lin titllcr purs or ie rim at this season. lThe follow. in esxtrenrts will give soloe idea of the cottents :-" It is quite certlaini tilhe' ns tomn of kissing swas bronghlt into EnglI-.1 from Fries!and. as St. Piet ins Winsettins, histolriographellr to tlteir Tli ih 3ligti inesses, the States of Friesincl. in his chronicle. 1022. tells us hlt the plilianut practice of kissing was utterly unp rantised and lui knowni in Etnglanil till the fair Priicess ]illlx (]iolrelta), the tanghter of Kitg Ilengiit of Frieslattn , pressedl the ieaker with her lips, anwl nb ttld the amorolus Vortigo-rn with a knsjeon (little kiss).' Johnln Ilittin ultterlry oldeml...

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LATEST CABLEGRAMS. DESTRUCTIVE FIRE IN BELGIUM. THE INFLUENZA EPIDEMIC. THE EUROPEAN SITUATION. ENGLAND AND PORTUGAL. THE ROWING CHAMPIONSHIP. THE O'SHEA DIVORCE SUIT. MARTIAL LAW IN BRAZIL. AFFAIRS IN RUSSIA. THE VICTORIAN LOAN. LONDON, Jan. 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 7 January 1890

LATEST CABLEGRAMS. DESTRUCTIVi E FIRE1I IN RELT 1I7l. 'J'IE INFLITrNYZA EPI IEMIte. TlE EUIUtOPIEAN SITUATION. ENG LANI) ANDi P01:1 O SIAL. THEE ROWING CHiAMIONSI llP. THll"E O'tSIE. S IvilsscI'IT. .MAllTIAr. LAW IN BRAZIL. AF'FAI18 I\ RUSSIA. TIlE VICTORIAN LOAN. (FROM AlliS AND AGE count tiRSNDONr.) Loon,. atan. 1. A destructive fire broke out to-day in the palace of the King of Belgiunm, at Lacken, two miles front Brussels. It is still burning. The Princess Clemuentine, the youngest daughter of the King, who is 17 years olid, had a narrow escape of being burnedl to death, being rescued with great diflicnlty. Great eiT rts were nmade to save the tine collection of works of art, but they were ineffeetnal. andl it was en tirely destroyed. .Tau. ". 'The Royal Palaeo at .aeketn was rout pletely gutted by the fire yesterday. Tuhe valuable plate nol the tiolelin tapestry wr, hlowervr, saved.l. - The Princess Clementine's governess perished. being anllocated by the smoke. It is believed ...

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THE EDUCATION ACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 7 January 1890

THE EDUCATION ACT. Tt being the wish of the Secretary for the Education Deparitient that the provi. sions of the Eldiecatiot Act, as atmelttded, shoullod he as wridely known as possible prior to jits coming inlto force when schools re'open in this month, we have been requested by Mr.- John W. Mason, sutnnonitlg and trnant otlicer for the lborough of Inglowood, shires of -lorong, Gordon, Swan H1-ill and Mildner.t, to publilsh the fotllowing for the informa tion of all whomt it imay concern : Sectioti 3 of the P'rincipal Act. as amtended.reads as follows :-Thel parents of clhi!dren of not less than six years or more tlout thirteen years, shall eaise such children (unless there is somne reasonable excunse) to lttettd school tfo a period of forty school days in each iulart r of a year Attv of the following reasons shall be a reasonable excuse :-(I). That a child is ttndter etlicient instrtction in solue other nne r )r. ( ru). That the child hais ibeen prev ented frnom attehding school b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 7 January 1890

Traýd o A reessos. ADVANCES ON WOOL, GRAIN, &c: Goldsbrough, lort 8 Co. (illMITEl).) Capital-86,f00D,000. Sulsoribed, £3,500,000. eservec Fund, £210,000C. BEAD OFFIOH-MELBOURNE. cOLTSRROC I, G 10 MORT and CO., Limi G ter, makliberal Cush adv.incs on the ensoind Clip of Wool andl on Station Seeoritta. Thcy :IS d A.ction Sales of Woal twice t<ach 1,: - cd kldrieg the season, and at frequent int.rcaia i; inc the. witter months. 11 n R&s of Tallow, Hlite, f heeptkins an -c t!:er Statiaon Produe, ate held thrice elcih \e .k tnhroughout the year. Ai. 'in Sal. s of Grain are held earl, Wed nc "ý irn·h:r gre h ain season. Free Car(a' on WOOL. t i:"c 1 r-inch-Circular Quay. t c1".::.:1 anchc-151 and 17 Leadenn. Agent at Kerang F. J. TAVERNER. , A N T E D K N 0 O e N. That the Clheapest and Best place for MIONUMENTS, IHEADSTONES, GRAVE ENCLOSURE Is AT WV1. BEEBE & SON'S MON UMENTAL WORKS, 11TTI- F.0 STREET, RAxDoIIURiT. DESTGNS SUBMITTED. PORT AITS. PORTRAIT...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 7 January 1890

TO THIE D1AR. The description of a simple remedy, by whiche a person Ins just been completely enred of deafne=s and noises in the bend of FOuTY VIAu5s' STATrIano, can be hnad free of charge onapplication verbally or by letter to NI C II 0OLS0N, 173 William Street. Melbournc. W/anted. AN TED, smart oy to learn IBlaclk smithing. Good wages. W. EIRK. :;72 ~TATEn-Good (General Servant. Ap ply M1rs. .1. W. Taverner. 375 ANTED a good general servant. re Sfrences indispensable. Apply 11. c i J. W. Patchlell. 3t1i W AXTIED1 two smart Waitresses. Apply at the Gilbert Club Hotel. ieS lATI.l) to Let. chealp.a good irrigable selection of 320 acres, adjoining Lange's. ApIply Lto Mr. I.. Lange. Little Lake, near tKcrnng. 352 For Sale or To Let, i 10 SALE, Spring Cart and Hilarness. .L Apply Jas. Oppy, lKerang. 9774 T O LET by Tl'ender, for ait term of three Years, 1JO acres of land. Frsltage to the lnrray. Div)iided into four pasldocks sccurely fenced. All tendlers to bIe aditdressed to Mtrs. t'i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 7 January 1890

Trade Addressee. TrE WHOLESALE CLOTH ING CO. TWEEDS COATINGS TWEEDS COATINGS TWEEDS GOATINGS. BLUE and FANCY SERGES BLUE and FANCY SERGES. BLUE and FANCY SERGES. ]lue'and Fanoy Serges AND ENORMOUS STOCK. OUR OWN IMPORTING. REAsorm t yo;-.:RI ~n_ the beet ever seen in the ioloniee: . As usual we have a large staff of the Best Cutters & Workmen IN VICTORIA. ALL WOOL TWEED TROUSERS (to order), 12e Gd. ALL WOOL TWEED SUITS (to order), 46s. WRITE FOR SAMPLES. Our Traveller Visite the District every J. T. MIDDLETON, General Man ger. ~ft·f JOHN M5KAY AND CO., IMPORTERS, PYRAMID HILL, BEG respectfully to notify to their nume rous customers that, having a large shipment of WINTER 1 )S to arrive direct from the 01(1 country early itt March, thby lhave decided to offer thceir retmaltnng STOCK OF :DRAPERY at exceptionally low prices, which cannot fail to-please all. Prints, a large variety, fronm is l1d dozen worth 5s. Sateens, all colors, tialateas, Maslins, etc., from lis lid. A job l...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 7 January 1890

'I il ddjsossoo-" \ 1 t c- ( va r 1nildie" hurst,has been extraordinary iduring the past ye years. We starte . with four men, anti now et s mplo y close on fifty. Imanufacturing Pleasure andl Bniness Vehlicles, eonmprising Car riages. Pihelons, o nponettes, and IBug xies of every steveription. And -1 b concrn fating all our efforts upon this cL.'l of worn:. and availing oturselves of a lon and practical experietnce. Loth in An1mrica and th- Ans tralian colonies, anr a Ithorongh system of mantagement, aind the use of skilled me hansts, and s=ing the very best materials shrouglhot, ant by adopting an I developiing any improovements that are introduced. we have succeeteil in establistint a tisiness second to none. The itumerons prizces we lhave taken. and the progress we have trade, is nmple proof of tihe superiority of our work. We keel:p a Inlarge as ortmient of Vehicltes conatostnv n lhand, of whlicth we have tphotogratphs taken, and wsill send thenm, with price list, to in tending ...

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 7 January 1890

GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Thie following notices appenred in last week's Gazette: Transfer of leases registered at Titles ottffice:-Isnac Barclay and Walter W. Barclay, 303a 1r 29p, Wychitella, to Isaac Barclay; Margaret Hall, 320a, Karyrie, to James Morrison; John Winter, 319a 3r 12p, Barrakee, to John Baker Winter; Thomas Madden, 319a 2r 37p, Budgerum West. to Edward Fitzgerald; James Phil lips, 94a 3r 37p, Leaghur, to George Wil kinson; Frederick Bucklnd, 319a 3r 19p, Teddywaddy. to Benjamin Buckland; Richard Phillips, 319a 3r 16p, Leaghur, to George Wilkinson; Annie Ross, 247a 1r 37t, Tragowel, to William Ross; George Irwin, 7a 2r 14p, Macorna, andWilliam O'Meara, 5a 3r 28p. Tragowel, to the Tragowel Plains Irrigation and Water Supply 'Trust. Messrs. Chaffey, Starr and Co's. tender for surveys in connection witlh the Macorna channel (Kow Swamnp national works) has been accepted at rates to be approved by the Engineer-in-Chief of Water Supply, at a cost lnot to exceed £1000. lieserve f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 10 January 1890

IHLLOWAY'S PILLS.--Nervousness and weant of Energy.--When first the nerves feel un. sit ung, and listlessness supplants energy, the time has coaie to take some such alterative as lHolloway's Pills to restrain a disorder from dereloping 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 pure', while the muscles become firmer and stronger, and the nervcus and rbsorbent systems are invigorated. These Pills are suitable for all classes and all ages. They have a most marvellous effect on persons who are out of condition; they soon rectify whatever is in fault, restore strength to the bodly and con fidence to the mind.-(Anvr.) PRIESIIYLERIAN CHUROH. T IIE Rev. Win. Webster will preach Sib bath Next, Jan. 12th, Keranug,11 a.m and 7.0 p.m Tnagowel. 3 p.mn. L/anted. T..\ NTED .a Good Ifousemnaid. Apply Com...

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THE SHIRE ENGINEER. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 10 January 1890

THE SHIRE ENGINEER. - +-------- At a special meeting of the Swan Hill Shire Council, held ol on Tuesday lat, there were present:-Crs. l'at hell (in the chair), Cnllen. Ilastings, l)unstan. Tlors. ftll. O')Donnell mol Yco. Cr. Yeo. in accordance with notice given. moved that " the council consider the advisatility of .iving \1r. Albreeht three monthls notic'lthat his services be not requi-ire after that date, with the view of nltitmatily engainig an engineer to attend specially to the shire works. except by special consent of the council." The object lie had in view was to secure :an engineer who twould attend to shire work only. Since his (Cr. Yco's) election as a comncillor. he haul heard inunueralble complailnts of the manner in which the shire works were being carried out. When hl hear-Ic these complaints he defended their ofticer. frequently getting into hol water himself over it. but hlie could not now close his eves to the fact that there were reasolns for these IlllUrnlll'ing...

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STATE OF THE RIVERS. HEIGHT ABOVE SUMMER LEVEL. [BY TELEGRAPH.] Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 10 January 1890

STATE OF THE 9IVERS. HEIBIIT ABOVE SetuttR L.Yerr. LBY TELE} .P'll.] Thursday. Mtuniur. [t. iu. Albury .. .. .. 1 11 Eclunca .. .. .. 7 3 Swan ill . .. .. S 7 Eustoa . . .. 11 5 "Gour.surn\. Seyou .. 1 0 .11UBIt2uuIiBNEtt. wVaggL .. .. .. S c 'bay .. .. .. 1 0 1 rana .. .. .. 9 10 "DArLlYB. Menintdie .. *. . 1 Vile1BBBL .... . .. 10

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COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 10 January 1890

COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. \1Major Bartrop's engagements for the present month 're are as follows: Friday, 10th, Kerang. Saturd.ty, 11th, ,Kyneton Licensing Court. Monday. 18th, Inglewood. Wednesday, 15th, Thursday, 10th. Wir rihbirchip Local Option Poll. Monday, 20th, 20 aywood. Tuesday, 21st, Sandhurst. Thursday, 23rd, Pyramid Iill. Friday, 24th, Kerang. Tuesday, , 28th, Wedderburn. Wednesday, 29th, Wychoproof. Thursday, 30th, Charlton. Friday, 31st, Inglewood.

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SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 10 January 1890

SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC. On Wednesday .t most successful picnic was given to the children attending St. John's Snndav School by the church at llint Ci.noie. At 00.00 ..l t gltllred in strong forgo n Lt. thn vlnlu. i whence they tnarlilh. to tho train, which left the railway station shortly after 11 o'clock, freighted with beaming faces and joyous hearts. A ten minutes' run brought the holiday seekers to the Pyramid Creek, on the banks of which, in the shade of box and ti-tree, on carpets spread on tile ground, lunch was served. It was a good -lay for a thirst-thermoinetr 100 ( in the shade. Immtuediately after lunch tihe children betook themselves to sports of all kinds. Some went on the creek boat. ing, some went paddling, and others built mia wias, where they enjoyed llluxullriolls shade, whilst some indulged in fostracing. Prizes, consisting of toys, sweets and money were abundant. Girls ran as vigorously as boys. The race which was a feature and caulsed much amullselent was the " E...

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SUNDAY TRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 10 January 1890

SUNDAY TIRAMS. At Tuesday's neetilng of the Shi" Council, Cr. Cullen introduccd a depnta. tion, consisting of the e.vs. . T. Wilkin and A. .1. Colilocott, and Messrs. I. IIol. loway, G. Adams, D. W. \Villiamsou and II. I. Freimian, who presented a Ipetition protesting against the running cf the train froml Kerang to IKootndook on alternate Sulndays, lie olldtornle of a Illeet. ilg recently heldl at tihe IBiptist Church, and fully reportedl in tlie TIr:s. Mr. G. Adamins, who presiide at the mieoting referrled to, sublitted til,. peti tion, which read as follows :-' W\e, the nldersignedl ratepayers f your shire,. residing within the IKoondrook trailnw;ay airea, lieg respectfulley to protest againist yonr decisioln to rln excursioni tratllls on0 alternate Sundays. helieving it to he inimical t to the best interests of the dis trict, and we therefore earnestly request that yon will take steps tb rescind the said resolution." iMr. Adaeim said iutch ditlicenlty had been expetrieniced in g...

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Kerang Times. Published Tuesdays and Fridays, WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. FRIDAY, JANUARY 10, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 10 January 1890

Published Tuesdays and Fridays, WITII WEIELY SUPILLEIMENT. FIIDA Y, JAINUARY 10, ISo0. Is spite of its very pro Cn, reation, nounced Teutonic man nerism of style, the in augural address of Baron Von MIueller, as President of the Australasian Science Association, is, as a whole, well worthy of perusal. Certain portions of it, notably his remarks relating to forest conservation, are of special interest and value to the community. And this for two reasons-first, Lecause the subject is one which greatly concerns us, and upon which important legis lation has long been promised, and may shortly be expected; and, secondly, because Baron Vou Mueller is a spe cialist upon the subject of unrivalled reputation, whose opinions are entitled to great weight. Until quite recently, it must be confessed, hlie necessity of conserving -- as lma-n,.t. bcon full,- reto'CV nisccl. 1?,"L Vh "' -Scd ,ci"' ou substance at a prodigal rate. Large tracts of unalienated Crown lands ha-ve been recklessly denuded...

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THE KERANG AND KOONDROOK TRAMWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 10 January 1890

THE KERANG AND KOONDROOK TRAMWAY. At the meeting of thie Swan Hill Shire Citntcil on Tuesday last, the engineer (Mr. C. E. Albrecht) submlitted the following re port and statement of accounts in conneclion with the above :-I have the honor to report the completion of the Kerang and Koondrouk Tramway, the final accounts for which I have this day (3rd inst.) settled,inconjunction with Mr. Field. the inspecting engineer for tram ways. The trial survey for this line was started on 12th July, 1880, and the final surveyon 11th January, 1888. The order authorising the line was made on 15th May, 1888. but the final order was only passed in Noveimberof that year. The contract was let conditionally on 18th June, 1888, to Messrs. 1). Munro and Co., Ltd., for £10.4.91 17s 2d, and those gentlemen proceeded with tile construction of the line at once, altlhough they were only permitted to sign the contract on 14th November following. Many dilli cullties arose in colsequenle of tile unusual rains a...

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PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 10 January 1890

PJAr.IA?rMNT..r.-L arliatlent, which wits nominally prorogued to the 12th inst., will will ba further nominally proroguen I by procl:nmation, to appear in the next UGo rernment GaCetle, to trM 4th of March. It is not likely that Parliament will assemble earlier than May..

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COHUNA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 10 January 1890

COHUNA. (FIOM OUR OWN CORlRI:ISPONDENT.) As was pointed out some weeks since, the crops in the district are not turning out as well tas the extcectationts f rmcd early inl the season. In consequence of the milled state of the crops, the stripper has been very little used. The more expensive umo le-the tlhresher-has to be resorted to, and this test gives about three bags to the acre. Where not rusted four bagI may be fouind, but few can say that somle pottion has not sulffeled froml rust, consequently reducing the average. There are two threshing iuachin:.s in full swing in this neighborhood, with the appearoance of at least two months' work before them. It certainly will be a better paying season for the worlkmen tan for either the frmcer or machine owner. The quantity of grain will not be at all in pro. portion to the straw which has to be handled. In every paddock mountains may be seen, either in sheaves or straw. There are some believers in the Sydney astronomer as to the three c...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KERANG FLOUR MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 10 January 1890

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KERANG FLOUR MILLS. Mr. Thos. Hall reports the price of wheat as follows:-Fair milling to prime, 2s. 11d to 3s.

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SWAN HILL SHIRE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, JANUARY 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 10 January 1890

SWAN HILL SHIRE COUNCIL. tT'l:SDtAY, T.NSUAI-Y 7. Present-Crs. Cullen, Patchell, HIast ings, Ilorefidl, O'Donnell and Dnnstan. In the absence of the president (Cr. Hughes). Cr. Cullen tI:oved; and Cr Y5eo secondled, that Cr. Palchell take. the chair. The motion was carried tlnni Inously. Tile minutes of tile iprecvious meeting were rea I and conflirnedl. Mr. \Vil. Wood, of Swan HIill, a late conneillor and president of tile shire, who was present was accommlodate l with a seat at the council table. Tihe finance colnlnittee reconllleended pay nment of accounts as follows :--Geeral. £811 17s 2d ; tramway (construction), £2413 1S, Iht; (revene), £ 101, 7s ad. The rconr minndiation was adopted. i)Dr. A.\utinl, Hlealthl Officer. terang, re ported the Ihaltih o[ the district at present to be very good. Received. Thgeweighbridge keepers at Kerlang (Messrs Flight Bros.) reported the receipts for Oc. tober. November and i)ecemlber to be .£t 1Ss. Received. The treasurer (hMr. 11. B'laitkie), ...

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