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SETTLEMENT IN THE MALLEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 10 January 1890

SITrrLEMeNT IN TIIE MIALLEI?. - The amending M1alleo Act introduced last ses sion by Mr. Dow, and passed through Parliament, has, says the Argus, already been taken advantage of by large numbers of selectors, many of whoml have conme from South Australia, in "vhicl colony the stump-jumping agricultural inmple ments required for the cultivation of the malcle country are nsuch used and well understood. Under this measure, settlers in the malleo are entitled to the privileges enjoyed by settlers in other parts of the colony. Thle original blocks are being subdivided into 040 acre blocks, and dnring last nmonlth no fewer tban 250 of these were taken tup. There are now 87 of these 6.10 acre blocks open for selection till the 31st inst., and the land is reported to be of the very best quality. BusIN'ss NOTlcrs.-M-r. J. Keoone an nounlces that hle has commmnllllced the business of a rstck, station, commission, forwarding and general agent at Koon drook.

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
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THE PENTAL ISLAND PUNT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 10 January 1890

tl Pl'ErT?rAL ISLAND 'UNT.--.At the meeting of the Swanot Hill Shire Council on Tuesday last, Cr. O'Donnell intro. duced a deputation, consisting of Messrs. W. Wood and G. SacI, representing the landholders oiln Pental Island, whlo were willing, in the event of a fair subsidy being vot, d, to firm a committee to take orer the punt at Fish Point. After a brief disclssion, it was resolved, on the motion of Cr. O'Donnell, seconded by the ch'irtman (Cr.l rtclhell) to ask the Agri cultural Collegd Council to provide a yearly stunt of £35 towards the mainten. ances of the punt, and, in tile event of this request beitIg complied with, the council to lind t similar tulount. 'The deputation thanked the council and withdrew. Circl'rr.--The lirst match itn the corn petition for the K(erang Cricket Club Clrtllcnge Cup will take place to-morrow (Saturday), on the ground at the rear of the railway station, between the Trades imen's and Kerang Clubs, play conmmon cing at 1 p.m. sharp. The team to ...

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
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LATEST CABLEGRAMS. THE INFLUENZA EPIDEMIC. AFFAIRS IN EUROPE. THE ZAMBESI DIFFICULTY. OPENING OF THE DUBLIN MUSEUM. QUARRELS OF SOCIALIST LEADERS. THE EMPEROR WILLIAM'S SPEECH. MR. J. WHITE'S COLTS. BRITISH WARSHIPS AT ZANZIBAR. LONDON, Jan. 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 10 January 1890

LATEST CABLEGRAMS. TllS INFLUENZA EPIDEMIC. AFFAIRS IN EUROPE. THE' ZAMIlESL DI)IFIUL'TY. OPEI:NING OF TIlE DUBLIN fN fUSEU.f. QUARRELS OF SOCIALIST LEAIERS. THEI EMI'PEROR WILLIAM'S SPEEICH. MRi. . .IIIiTE'S COLTS. IHISITISIt W.RSIIIPS AT ZANZIBAR.l. (FROtI AiOUSn AND AGE COIRtEI:SPONIEcNTS.) LosNo , Jan. (I. iThe inlluenz-x eplidemic is sprending in Englatnd. It is reported that 45,000 eases have occurred in lirnuinghamni. In Lon ln only a few cases hI-ve proved fatal. 'The oepidemie has been very prevalent in New York, where the death rate has been the highest ever knoIwn. TIe Eniperor William of Germany re viewed the troops forming the l?erlin garrisonl , Saturday. At the close of the proceeding.s his Majesty addressed the garrison, and Iutteh significance is at tachted to soime of his remarks. Germalny, the Emperor Willian st:ted, is strivinag to secure the mnaittunance of peace, built they iiitst nevertheless be prepared for ainy evrenitality, ain it was absolmtely essen tial ...

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

The Stud. TO STAND TillS SEASON. at tile Gilbert C0li IHloel, Kerane. the MItlel Horse. EMERALD, Y Oeole. hby lorrir (imp.). hy Wild Dayrell (in Ifer Majeaty's st]l, at ilainpton Cnurrt): lad:in. Jenny Linil. hv Stugzall (inp.). cost Stun guine:ls in Etng landl. anll was well-kniownit inl the \e lern district as i tini e a neit ,o l e.:: cronitr'V horse.. This lthrse is getline .uine oo«1 stock. which are rood hack' , and, will get stock: with size for >e o tile farts. fio India, and remount horse. lie heie? ii size 16 hands I) ineihes in color a dark bay with black paints. 'Thare having mares shonld give liml : trial thii seacun, a from li lisi hnes in breeding harve colie 3alaa. litufut-. New-tead. C.rilatnui. 1ilhl Eagle. Neakcr.gat. Ahlingo. ':alk-o-l ill. T'reai Eagle (imp.), Tl iict ll ler (l.he fanrt;c tune lirt'os, record forondan a half iiile.' and cire of lKiecr. sintnr of English lilerl, . ]Foilaii,a witnnelr of Ithrhy and iniks. iwii was li.ked ,tn 'ns the hlt Isar. ....

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

,Trado Add&:essos. THE WHOLESALE CLOTHING CO. BLIE and FANCY SERGS .BLUE and FANCY SERGLS Ble and. Fancy S.rges TWEEDS COATINGS TWEEDS COATINGS TWEEDS COA'T'INGS TWEEDS COA I'INGS. BLUE and FANCY SERGES. BLUE and FANCY SER, GES. BLUE anal FANCY SEIRGES. Blue and Fancy Serges. ENORMOUS STOCK. OUR OWN ]IMPOR'i'I*r . T HE Assortment of SPILINI an SUMMER GOODS is beyonl ionllt the Ihet ever secn in the colonlis. As lsnal we have a large staff of the Best Cutters & Workmen IN VIC'TOTilA .. .L v cWOO'. TNV15?? - -'rsiOUmL R. (to order), 12s Gil. ALL WOOL TWEED SUI'TI'S (o order), 46s. WVRITE FOR SAMILES. Oar Traveller Visits the District ever: Two MnoLnt's. .1. T. IIDDLETON, (ienersiI %i1n ger. JOH-N M'K A Y AND CO.. IMPORTIEIiRS, lPYA.IIl 1il.L.. B EC: respetfiully to notify to eiir n11111 rons cuStOlOrs tihat. having a large shipment of WINTIIil t (OOMS to arrive direct froml ilthe old country early in .Marc!h, they have decided to offer their remaining STOCK OF DRAPERY ...

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

Legal. CONNELLY AND TATCHIIL'L, SOLICITORS, ELDON CHAMBERS, WELLINGTON ST., KERIANG. and at Sandhurst and Melbourne. TRUST MONEYS TO LEND, sums of £100 and upwards, on Freehold or Crown Leasehold Securities. £10,000 TO LEND, In one sun, on Freehold Security. BROWN, ELLISON & CO. (Members :-T. S. IIonuAY ; C. FRE). KEN xlnor; 3I,'.l.s O'ltrr..s.) OLICITOIIS, CONVEYANCERS, PROC TORS & ATTORNEYS, WELLINGTON STREET, KERANG 31YLES O'FsIIEN, Counmissioner for AOl. davits. £4 7,000 TO LEND. in various sums0 On Freehold and Leaseholdl Securities. LOWEST INTEREST. THE Office is under the personal mianage Sment of .MYLES O'IlRIEN. above named. Private address-CULLEN'S IIOTEL. MI'OIITANT F OR Residents in Kerang and adjacent F districts to know that the ST VA I is to be 1-i from GEO. S. BISSET, VIEW POINT, SANDIIUIIST. G.S.B. imports direct from tile manufac turer, and has always on hand a large and well selected stock of Millinery, Mantles, Underclothing, Gloves, etc. Dresses,...

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MELBOURNE MARKET REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 10 January 1890

MELBOURNE MARKET REPORTS. Messrs. Binny, Nicoll and Co., chaff mer chants, 56 Spencer-street. report : The arri vals of chaff during the past week at Spen cer-street have been short of demandl, which has been the meansof making market firmer, best samples fetching up to £4 ; second quality from £3 to £3 12s 6i ; inferior from £2 upwards. All quotlotions bags included. Oats, New Zealand, 3s lid ; Victorians, 3s 3d. Wheat., 3s 101. Peas, Ss 9d. Bran 9d. Pol lard, 9d. Messrs. Dalgety and Co., Ltd., report 7th January, 1890 :-The Melbourne wool sales re-opened to-day when we offered 3300 bales to a crowded attendance of buyers. The sales passed off with great spirit and prices for the bulk of wools were fully a halfpenny higher than before the holidays. We sold 3200 bales, realising for good -greasy merino to 111d ; greasy crossbred to 11d ; scoured merino to 20d; washed to 16d. The Fresh Food and Frozen Storage Com pany, Limited, 628 Bourke-street west, Mel bourne, report, Jan. 8th :-C...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 10 January 1890

IN MEMORIAM. ELLIS. - In fond and loving remembrance of my dear father, William Ellis, who died   December 23rd, 1885; also my dear   sister, Mary Jane Ellis, who died December 25th, 1885; also my dear mother, Grace   Ellis, who died December 30th, 1885, at their home, Barr Creek. Wha' can soothe the mourning child For the parents I did adore, Learn sad heart this grief to smother, I will meet them on before. Death to them short warning gave, Therefore be careful how you live. Prepare in time, do not delay, For they were quickly called away. I well remember then my sorrow, As I stood beside their bed. How deep and heartfelt was the anguish When they told me they were dead. Inserted by their only loving daughter and sister, 391 E. A.PIPPIN , Barr Creek.

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

INSOLVENCY MEETING. The insolvency of Mr. Dougal Cameron, farmer, of Pine Lake, is announced, and the schedule has been lodged with the Chief Clerk of In- solvency at Sandhurst. The total liabi- lities are represenled as being £2,383 11s 7d, against which there are assets amount- ing to £1,016 15s, the estate thus showing a deficiency of £1,336 16s 7d. The causes are described as follows: - " Loss on growing crops, death of stock, dealing in stock and loss on sawmilling business at Bael Bael and Gannawarra." A meeting of creditors was held at the Sandhurst Circuit Court on Tuesday morning, before Chief Clerk Collins. Eight creditors were represented by proxy by Messrs. George Henry Tatchell and Chas. H. Yeo. The following debts were proved :—Richard Avard, goods, £10 10s 6d ; Edwarl M. Cook, money lent and goods sold, £23 16s 6d ; John Coleman, work and labor and materials, £14 11s ; Thomas Field, dis- honored bill, £20 7s 2d ; Robert Hannah, dishonored bill, £107 10s 10d; Thomas Mu...

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SHOCKING MINING FATALITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 14 January 1890

SHOCKING MINING FATALITY; A terrible accidncut, attended with fatal raslnts, occurred early on Friday morning at the Lazarus New Chum Gold Mining Company's claim, Sandlturat, resulting in the deatlh of one miner, while several others susttined srriots injuries The mine is being worked witlh thiree elhifts of men, thie different shifts going on at 7 a.m., t p.m.tttd 11 p.m. The four men ettployed on the nighlt shift hadl charged four tiolks in the first stope over thie 2000f. no:tlh level ot thle east Ile, antd wlhen le ring at 7 o'cloclk oni Friday momrning thcse holes were fired. Thrce of the holes were chlarged with powder, and the fourth writlh gelatine-dynamite. The relief shift waited till they thought they heard tite reports of the discharges of the fittr holes. Headed by James Maoyle (the foremans of the nighlt shift), they then proceeded to the face of stone, the four tmen to work. and the foretiatn to see bow the clharges lhad brolkent the stone. The men belong ing to the r...

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COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 14 January 1890

COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. Major Bartrop's engagements for the present month are as follows: triday, 10th, Kerang. Saturday, 11th, Kynetin Licunsing Court. Monday, 13ilth, Inglewood. Wednesday, 15th, Thursday, 10th, Wir. rimnbirchip Local Option Poll. Monday, 201th, Raywood. Tuesday, 21st, Sandhurst. Thursday, 23rd, Pyramid Hill. Frid:y, 24th. Kerang. Tnesday, 28th, Wedderburn. Wednesday, 20th, Wycheproof. Tlnrsday, :0th, Oharlton. Friday, 31st, Tinglewood.

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VALEDICTORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 14 January 1890

VALEDICTORY. On Fridalny ev-ening last about thirty members of the Kerang Volnnteer Fire Blrigade and a few friends met at the Meclhanics' Institute to bid farewell to MIr. J. N. Patcltel, ollest son of Mr. W. J. W. Thatcllhell, J.[.., of this town, who for the last three years has held the position of captain of the brigade, and is now' leaving the district to take op a position in the survey department of tit V\ictarian Rail ways. .\fr. G. Adams, superintendent of the brigade, was in the clhanir. After tlhosepresent had indulge I in somne light refreshmentnls, the chlairmnn explained the object of tlhe gathering, an I proposed the toast of tihe captain. at the same titte presenting hinm witlh a wel- hiandsoanoe gold locket, as a souvenir and an evidence of tihe goodwill in which lie was held by his fellow imenibers. lie trasted the recipient would always look at it Witlli pride, and tht it it wotld tend to mank him remember. if a reminder were necessary. the manty IhaippIy days ie...

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FACTS ABOUT MILDURA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 14 January 1890

FACTS ABOUT MILDUIA: Everbodily whlo has seen Mlildura is prepared to believe that a decent amount of capital has been invested in the settle Ilent already, buIt we question if anyone is prepared for the statemtent that half a million of imynev is slink in the scheme. Such it the fact. however. h .The firm of Chaiey Bros., Limited, have expended npsardls of .£140,000, and the land sold to settlers amounts to 0000 acres. Averaging this land at £00 an acre, which, taking townt lots and interest clhsrges into con sideration it will readily do, it means £270,000. Of this area, at least one half is plantedl or in course of beintg planted, and reckoning the cost of Irees and ex penses of care 1and cultivation for the lirst three yeais, £20 an ancre is a reas.nab!e onutlay to compulte from, an I the '500 acres will tlherefsre cost "00,000 miort, tnaking up the £:,00,000. This, too, with out reckoning tIhy amto ntts expelnded by settlers anda business smen in erecting dwellings, shops and o...

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STATE OF THE RIVERS. HEIGHT ABOVE SUMMER LEVEL. [BY TELEGRAPH.] Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 14 January 1890

STATE OF THE RIVERS. [IIIGIIT \ROv1: Summit:l LE'II:r.. Mlonlnd. Muuu.my. It. ill. Albnry .. 1 11 Swaai lill 7 3 lastun 15.. ·1 (; Seynwttr 1 2 110 Ita3IUMIII1t . 'In)· .. .. .. ? 2.. :19 Ilay .. 2 9) lkLI, n ald ;1 Mecnildie 8 2.R Wenitworth 13 10 Wilcannia i5 2

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KERANG FLOUR MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 14 January 1890

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. 1KERANG FLOIUR %TILT.S. Mr. Thos. Hall reponrts the price of wheat no follows:--Fair illing to prime. 2s. 1ld to 3s.

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MELBOURNE MARKET REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 14 January 1890

1MELBOURINE.i MI:11iiIT REIPORnT. Messrs. Dalgety ano Co., T.td., 401 to 4171 Ilourke Street, Melbournrte, report. .Tan. 9th -Sheepskins-Butchers' green skins, Os to 7s G6 ;do lamb skins, to in 3d; young lambs to 3s; green pelts to 2s 4ld; dry skins, to 7e Sa each do in hales and Iundles. mlerino, 1 to 701 ; do. crossbred. 51 to 6ad; t;dr polts. is to 2s each, and to rlbper lb. ildes. Our quotations are :- Botchers' green ox, heavies. ,p to 0Ia ; inedinin. Ile to 1os; light, On to Os lid cach ; cow hides. 141; kip, up to 24 per lt b; Victrian calf skins. i1 : ion. New Zealand superior, 531 per Ib; ordinary Victorian salted hides. 21 to 2l; do, heavy weights, from lSd to 3d : prime New Zealand heavy weight bides Irom 343 tol1id; light 'lo. 2}4 to 23d per lb. kangaroo and Furred Skins. We quote:-Prime kangaroo. 1- 21 to 2n 211; mediumn. S1 to Is per lb: superior red skins, to G1 pecr lb; brush, 6d to 101 ; wallaby, large skins, to 101 per lb : medium. 4d to 01 per 1l; rabbit skins, to...

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MELBOURNE WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 14 January 1890

ETLTOUltTfIE . WOOL fALES. The New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Co., Limnited, continued their wool sale on Jan. 9th,after the breakc caned bv the holidays. when a cntanloge of about 7.700 hales was oleredl. The attendlance of lunyers was Lood and competition animated, esc pecially for well-grown greasy nmeino. The recent rise in this mnarket was well sustained tlhronhlnnt the sale. The chief sales in greasy are 14 halesn superior cnmbing mnerino marked Ttecameron.ferom near Ararat.at 214id; five hales Inlambs selling same price. and seven bales first crossbrcd, marked A. C. under Eecbrows. Irom near Macarthur, at a similar price. These clips were well grown. and in goo" condition. One hundredl and twenty five bales marked linross. brought 124d. TIn scored some very choice lots were brought forward. acd pirices were about on a par with those rouling before the holidays. We sold a 31 T. conjoined combine, at Itti': T. Cox over M. Angolplac. first pieces, at 19?td Jandra. A and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 14 January 1890

WHrY llrRr.LsN nevr ?-I you hve. failed to be cored elsewhere, write or OpIly to' tlhe Aural Clinic, 145 Collins-street, Melbourne. Their new. scientiic, entirely successful and ipainlicss Electlro-Meilication treatment coin. piletely cures )Deafness, Noises in the Ilcal disclharges, etc., no nmattecr of how long stanlding. Ear drums no longer necessary. Advice and descriptive pamphlet free. N.6 -All our applinces andl remedies are patcented throughout the civilised world. A IIVT.) TO TIlE DEAF. The descrillption of a simplo remnedy, by which a person lies just been completely cnred of deafness and noises in the head of aFORTY resrs' sTAst .,O can be lehad free of charge on application veranlly or by letter to 11 C I i 0L S 0 N.. l 175. Willianm Sti ifet,-elbourne.: Panted. W ANTED a Good Housemaid. Apl'P W Comnercial hiotel. 359 TAN'fIEl), Apprenltices and Inprovrrs to the dressmt ing. Misses Hiieale, W'cllingtolln-street. :185 T NTED. slnmart lIny to learn Black. r I smithing. Goo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 14 January 1890

Trado .addossos. ADVANCES ON WOOL, GRAIN. &e. Goldsbrougl, Mort Co. (LIMITEI).) Capital-£6,00D,000. Subscribed, £3,500,000. Reserve Fund, £210,000. BEAD OFFICS-MELBOURNE. '1 OLUSBROUG II, MORT and CO., Limi Sted, make liberal cash advances on the ensuing Clip of Woo! and on Station Securities. They hold Auction Sales of Wozl twice each week during theseason, and at frequent intervals during the wihter months. Auction Sals of Tallow, Aides, Sheepskins and other Station Prndue, are hleld thrice each week throughout the year. Auction Sales of Grain are held each Wed neaday luring the grain season. Free Cartage on WOOL. Sydney Branch-Circular Quay. London Branclh-151 and 167 Leaden hall-street Agent at Kerang F. J. TAVERNER. W AANTED KNO¶l N. That tlhe Cheaopest and Beat place for MONUMENTS, HEADSTONES, GRAVE ENCLOSURE IS AT WM, BEEIBE & SON'S MONUMENTAL WORKS, MIITchOIIELL STREET, SAynnD.UST. DESIGNS SUBMITTED. PORTRAITS. PORTRAITS. TIlE VICT PIIOTOGRAPHIC COMPANY S Wel...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 14 January 1890

R. LANGGFORD AND CO. FISH, OYSTER, GAME & PRODUCE SALESMEN, AUCTIONEERS, House, Land, Estate, Syndicate and Com mission agents. Oflfices and Stores-FISIH MARKET, Plin ders and Swanston streets, MELIlOURNE Sole agents for the undersigned-Gibbin's N.S.W. Oyster Fishleries, G. laiser's Sh'ial haven and Jarvis Ray Oyster Fislhecries, the Moreton Bay Oyster Co., Ltd., Brishanec, the Newcastle Prawn Co., Turnage and Seons, Pishl Curers, Port Chalmecrs, N.Z., A. 1lelley, Auckland Oyster Fisheries. Fish, Oysters, Game, Prawns, et., packed and forwarded in wholesale parcels to all partsof this and the adjoining colonies. Boxes, baskcts and bags provided, and nuction sales held daily iby ROBERT LANGFORD, J. W. LANGFORD. andJ. T. PAICE. R LANGFORD and CO. b to retlurn Ithankls for all past favrors and support and beg to notify to the fishermen, game shooters and farmers of l-erang and surround ing districts that they are pirepared to receive their consignments of fish, gaime and Ifarm ...

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