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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 14 January 1890
CRICKET. The opening match of the series for the Kerang Cricket Club Challenge Clip, took place at Kerang on Saturday last, the Opposillng teams represenlting the Ke ran; and Tradesn'en's Clubs respectivelh. Mir. It. Crawford cptainied the former and IMr. .T. Vinnard the latter. The Ke 1ran1g n11n, who i Cwere the first to handle the widow, were dlisposed of for the com paratively 0iIallli ttl otlof iti ris, of which Marks (niot out) contributend more tlhan hail (il4), the only other Idouble figure meni being Trote ai Ill . .nd Sabini 11. The TI'radesiiea's possession of the wickets was of brief duration. the last ifalling for the exceedingly smii total of 7i. Kerang then went in for thelcir second inings, intl lput together a score of O, the prilncipal figures being Field and Scriven 14 aclh, Iiundle 12., Crawford 10, Marks and Sabine 1) cnchl. The Tradles:cn, in tlheir second inniiis. were again unfortunate, they only securing 13. The Kerin" club thus Iton byau iii oureitrheltiin ...
Kerang Times. Published Tuesdays and Fridays, WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. TUESDAY, JANUARY 14, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 14 January 1890
Puhlished Tuesdays and Fridays, WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEM1E T. TrESD.I1', I.A1 NItl Y 14, 1500. Iv is, perhaps, natural " 1 1 eonough that during the holiday seasons of the year there should be an abnormal record of petty crime and accident in and around the metropolis. It is to Melbourne and its neighborhood that holiday makers at such times chiefly resort, and, business having been entirely laid aside for pleasure or its pursuit, the thief and larrikin are thereby afforded an enlarged field for the display of their peculiar talents, while the risk of accident to individuals or crowds is largely increased. During the last three weeks the metropolitan journals have fairly bristled with reports of disasters, criminal and accidental. 1)Day by day our attention has been drawn to cases of assault and theft, to fires and railway collisions, to deatlhs by drowning or gunshot wounds, and generally to a variety of accidents which have either caused loss of life or limb, or which have been miracn ...
RIFLE MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 14 January 1890
RIwLE MIfIIriS: Witlh a view to in itan interest in tlie sces and pracices. Mr. Colenentuli has a trophy for competition on Sat ynext, 18th inst., on the following einditionsi :-10 shots and a sighter ait 500 yards, second sighter oin payment of sixpence (to be p:aid in oevery case before competitor fire such shot). V.1l.A. riles; military position; open to all inenibers who have never (eitler here or elsewhere) wonll a prize above the v-alue of ten shlillings from sLratelh. No Ihandicaps, and only one kind of iammunition to be used, eitlher IKynochl's or Mark III. Entry 2s. Two thirds of entrance money to go to second man, and halance to third man. At ait meeting of the commiuittee hell on Friday evening last, the captain (Mr. D. G. iattiray) presidiing, it was unaniimously resolved that the offer be acceptedl with thanks. It was also decided tc give every memnber an opportunity to fire on tlhe date named by offering a simiilar trophy oit of the fends of the club for cotipeti tion:...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 14 January 1890
Tra.o .dAc-ssoes. MLE WHOLESALE ULOTU iNG CO. U 11 TWEEDS COATINGS TWEEDS COATINGS 'TWIREDS COATINGS T\YEEDS GOA TINGS. i LUE and FANCY SER1GES. 1BLUE and FANCY SERGES. PBLUE and FANCY SERGE'S. .Blue and Fancy serges AND ENORMOUS STOCK. OUR OWN' IMPORTI-K. rgillE Assortment of SPIRING Fil L SUMM1ElR GOODS is beyond doubt the best ever seen in the colonies. As uunal we have a large staff of the Best Gutters l Workmen I\ VICTORIA. 1, xLL wcor.*rw-> '"rous (to order), 12ot iM. ALL WOOL TWEED SUITS (to order), 4t3,, WVRITE FOR SAMP'LES. (our Traveller Visits the District ever;, Two Months. .l. T. MIDDLETON', ern :rl 1than ear JO H N MKAY T D AND CO I.,N IM[PORTERtS. PYlAMfID HIlLL. BEGi respectfully to notify to their num - roux ustomners that, having a large direct from the oi coantry earlh in March, they have decide to offer their remaining TWeED Cutn ioAH~nGS at exceptionally low prices, which cannot fail to please all. Prints, a large variety, from :s 11d cozen AND OURL POWN TIMP...
SACCHARINE IN DIABETES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 17 January 1890
iSACCHARINE `IN DIABETES. Aa receint meeting of the French Aca deiy of Medicine, this subject came up for discussion. M. Dujardin-Beaumetz loolked at the matter in the same light as M.Worms; he thought all theories should be abandoned, and paurely clinical attitude adopted. The flcts cited by M. Worms did not seem to him to lead to the conclusions adopted by that gentleman. Thus a continual thirst was certainly a common symptom of dia betes, as also was polyuria. Bunt this must be qualified by the fact that the analysis of urine was useless for ascertaining the varia tion in the quantity of sugar it contains, and the degree of dryness of the mouth has likewise to be considered. Polyphagia was also common, and it was always a bad sis for a diabetic not to be a good enter. ie agreed with regard to the long duration of diabetes, but remarked that sufferers from that complaint were not more menaced by maladies or disorders than were persons in good health. if. Dujardin-Beaumetz classes ...
CHINESE MAXIMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 17 January 1890
CHINESE MAXIMS. Tats following selections of maxims, moral, political, and philosophical, from the popular work of the Chinese, show that the people of that country are not altogether the stupi dullards which they are generally represented to be. The well pointed morals and acute observations these maxims con tainnotonly bear testimony to the character of the Chinese mind, but forcibly exhibit that which is true and that which is good -whether in morality, philosophy, or natural policy-are alike adapted to all nations andl to all people: The loftiest building arises from small aceretions. The straightest trees are the first.felled. The people are the roots of the State; if tihe roots are flourishing the State will endure. Life is a joumrney, and death a return home. It is better to suffer an injury than to commit one. . Causeless anger resembles waves without wind. Tile wisest must in a thousand times be once mistaken; the most foolish in a thousand times be once right. Forbearance ...
ANECDOTE OF PETER THE GREAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 17 January 1890
ANECDOTE OF PETEn TUIE G1USAT.-A hboyard, with whom the Czar Peter was once crossing a river in a boat, ventured to contradict him in conversation. The Czar seized him by the collar, and pre pared to throw him overboard. "You ma'y drown me," said the boyard, "but your doing so will not embellish your history." Peter was struck with this re mark, shook hands with the boyard, and ever after distinguished him with his esteem and friendship. ONE of the chief roots from which sym pathy springs is a power of imagination. We may know something about ourselves; but we are left to imagine whatever we can about other people. Now, if any one were utterly destitute of imagination, lie woulh likewise be utterly destitute of sympathy. iHe could form no idea of the condition of others, their thoughts or feelings, tempta lions or needs, sorrowsor joys. How coill hie feel with or for them if lie could form no picture in his mind of what they felt? Happily no one is left in so forlorn a state.
PINE HILLS IRRIGATION AND WATER SUPPLY TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 17 January 1890
PINE HILLS IRRIGATION AND WATER SUPPLY TRUST. -- ------- lilY OUtR oW1 ItieOIRTIl:t.j '.Cte usual monthly imeeting of the abonve trnst was held at the chairman's residence., Lower Loddon, on Wednesday 1 last. when there were present. the chair. I man (Cmr. Ferguson),and Cmre. Cadnsclh, Melharry, Morrison and Hamiltonn. lite minlutes of the previous meeting were reald and conflirmed. COien Si'ONDntiCE. Fromn Water Snpply Depiartlment. noti fyiig appointmnent of \Ir. U. C. Carr as audnlitor of Irrigation Trust accounts. Ie-. ceived. From samne, stating that dcpartmnental concurrence could not he given to clause 7 of the agreemient between the trust and its engineer; pointing out that the latter could only Ie pail out of the lonan for surreys, designs, and supervising the exoerntion of works orming part of the nautlhorised scheme, and returning copy of agreeiuent for inendmuent. Itecived: secretary to consult engioner. From same, in reference to letter from the cnOineers. requesting au...
LAKE BOGA IRRIGATION COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 17 January 1890
LAKE BOSA IRRIGATION COLONY. .As al:eid aniiniiOnIIel in lhese CenlIiiis. iini duly set folrt in : IvirliS tilu nt. M esss.Yineo. .lnrirnir inIl C.... ILtd.. IuII ir instrill: ins frio the lthke i; i.i [rrig;t ti n11 Coiipanttt. will olfer for sale. by public tintion. oi the ground. on Wed i .s iy. Ftdbrtiarv 5th, at 1 i'iinpk. 155 choice all otlnenis in thi toni nship oi:i Biagi. asper 11 ;m. npi,"s of :chic.: ar ilh::inibl r il the l ntioiners. The lposiltinl if le proltierty i: eseelti c i ills **ool. a:s al the to trketn irne artessible le hliath rnil:l l sa Lrr. which tij e i t isnr in porl.tilae n. tie pro iet:s Iof ia coioti i - Iltiits. rgatg th'es, ct*.-will ble tirly. tlierIns seenrinii the higteist pns.:s ii the prtuli:ters are eiabled In seeilt p:tunpt tru sit to Nlel'oiirne niul all printi'll uutuarht'. Thu t iwnshidii is laid Out iin the freeh!iu!l. atn ii close proximnty to the l:it I recieii lv iea iuiir.l by Isl l.- frriss lnsta'en Ci ' i'or irritilii t turlu:t . ne...
WHEN GOING ABROAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 17 January 1890
WHEN GOING ABROAD. Tnes question of the wardrobe suitable for the sea voyage is always more or less perplexing, and until two or three voyages teach one theway by experience little com fort is to be had. On the first voyage one is apt to take far too many things; on the second, perhaps, not enough impediments are brought along, and neither extreme is desirablenor pirasant. First should be borne in mind that woollen clothing is far more wholesome and also more comfortable than any other material for night and day wear. Plenty of under flannels will be needed as well as outer wrappings of thick texture. Soft, warm angora wear is best. The thick, warm wrapper of soft wool is an indispen sable article. Jersey flannel is better for this gown than blanket cloth, because it is lighter, and takes up less space in the steamer trunk. A sealskin jacket is, per haps, the most convenient of wraps on slhip= board, although a fur-lined garment is a very desirable wrap also. Ieugs in plenty and Him...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 17 January 1890
OR HR_ LS ---INSIST ON HAVING_ YORSHIRE R--ELISH1 R DELCIOSKT OUP5,. AL LOOC K'SC ENRICHES HOT JOINTS, STEWS. ETC.AL C asus.= DELICIOUS TO CHOPS, STEAKS 1180 ya. . mrazw, ru larrss FISH, ETC. ITOUII v''t; POROUS PLASTER, ACRES WITH THE MOST DELICATE Irse rac And let no solicitation or explanation induce you to accept MAKES COLD MEAT A LUURY. anY MAKES THE PLAINEST VIANDS A&rAa oe ALLCOCK'S ARE the only genuine Porous Plasters. A uveall anited o a aevu Bo for PALATHE L DAN IES su - ache, Giddiness, Fulness Hand swseelling atrMa;DriesadDosnsCl CY "hills, Flushing. o eat, Los of ApttSoteso rah otvns TED THE DAITICI RECOMMENDED BY o h Rsaand Tre tchyng S en s katin , &c h irst de ilgv eifi wnymnts POSSESSES A PLEASINM PIQUE V. IS*WID Rev. MARK GUY PEARSE, HENRY THORNE (Evangelist), Every is eastlylvitd Te SEES DIAS TING. GEO. AUGUSTUS SALA, Mrs. HENRY WARD BEECHER, and others, a ledg to BE*EARE OF COLOURABLE Including Physicians everywhere, but their Recommendation only ...
THE TEAKETTLE SINGING ITS SONG. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 17 January 1890
THE TEAKETTLE SINGING ITS SONG; 7 TmE memories of my clhildlhood da s; W hen I wnas gay and free, Cotme oft to me; and I wish that I Once more those dlays could see. I'd play with my schoolmates all the day, That seemed not very long, And iwhen I got home I'd gladly hear The teakettle sing its song. I long ago left my childhood's hlome; I've wandered far and wide;. I'veleard all the songs of different climes But for tlheold-one's sighed, I've heard the great singers on the stage, - Who draw a countless tlhrong, lBut none of them equalled the sweetness of The teakettle singing its song. Thile rich may live in their gilded hlalls, And boast of all theirw ealtli, But let me have peace and happiness, And also perfect health,. And I win for miiyselfk little home,' Tome it will belong, . And tile sweetest imusic in it will be *The teakettle singing its song. Pescado.
A WEDDING IN RUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 17 January 1890
-A WEDDING IN RUSSIA. L o rla.ý orn numerous atus ot.ah i!.R 8b-lan t n- at rn E? l sliyeddh Ti Q sire invited to be ass n - ding. The witness, who is generally the. grandest of the connections of the family, is the most important person. He pays the priest's fees. Then come ladies of honour and the bridemen. The latter have to pur chase sweetmeats for the bridesmaids. The "boyarin" who carries the sacred picture of Christ in silver and gilt, is gene rally a little boy. When the party arrives at the church it is his duty to hand the two pictures to the " reader," who places them behind the "royal gates,'" orleaning against the altar screen. The old nurse, or housekeeper, superin tends the carring of the dowry from the house of the bride to that of her future husband, and arranges everything for the use of the bride. There is no law as to the number of bridesmaids or their costumes. Theirdresses'are not all alike. Sometimes on the eve of the wedding day a " farewell girls' party" is ...
ROCK ME TO SLEEP. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 17 January 1890
ROOK. ME TO SLEEP.---;: lBAcKWnv D, tumrn backlward,:O Time,0 "i your iiih, 3takeme elil3i ain juo t for eunight! Motlher, come back from the echoless shore, Takte nce again to your heart as of yore; Kiss from my forehead the furrows of care! Smooththe few silver threands out of my hair; Overnimyslumbersyoorloving watch keep Rock me to sleep, mother-rock me to sleep! Backward, flow backward, O tide of the years! I am so weary of toil and of tears Toil without recompense, tears all in vain Take them, and give me my childhood again! I have grown weary of dust and dlecy Weanry of flinging my soul wealth away; Weary of sowing for others to reap Rock me to sleep, mother-rock me to sleep! Tired of the hollow, the base, the untrue, lotlher, O mother, my heart calls for you; Mlany a summner the grass has grown green, Blossomed and faded our faces between; Met with strong yearning and passionate pain, Longing to-night for your presence again, Conime from thie silence so long and so deep Rocl...
AN ANSWERED PRAYER. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 17 January 1890
AN ANSWERED PRAYER. "Oh, where hare you been, my pretty maid?"i " To tile morning service, sir," she said. "Did you enjoy it;riiy pretty maid?" "I did, indeed, hind sir, she said. " And what wasi the text, my pretty maid?' " Ididn't hlear it, sir," shie said. . "Andwhat did they sing, mypretty maid?" " I cannot tell you sir," she said. "Then why did it please you, my pretty maid?" M3y prayer was answered thiere," she said. '' And what was the answer toyourprayer?" ',Mine was the prettiest bonnet there."
KOONDROOK RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 17 January 1890
Klioitroow IR.erns.-A meeting of ste. warlds of the toondrnok Tulrf Clnb will Ie held at tIn lRoyal Hotel at S o'clock on Monday evening lnext, 20th inst. Twrt'tnIT.\i tro Stonrrs-I: . - Mr. F. O'Keenfe, gunsmith, of M'Crte Street, Sandlinrst, advertises that lie hais overy thling to snit the splortsnman, and that work sent to himi will ieo niarantteed and carried out at the lowest price. Il.nrVEsT lot:l S.I:.-The imnpression seem toin be abrolad that thi is hasn been an exeeptiionally good hIrvet, and that as a resilt money will he fcreely spent whenever and wlterever large itnliceentletts are offiered. So as not to leave any dolt. in tilhe minids of puirclhasers as to where the greatest rend most genllituin attractions mitan be fnond. essrs. 'Manning and Co., of Viewi Pint. andaliurst, have issued a cirenlar aninnuneing reduitions ata high at is in tilhe . conunen cing on Monday. and we feel certain their lilberal offers iill ble taken full adlvantage of. For the convenience of th...
THE BANQUET TO MR. DOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 17 January 1890
THE BANQUET TO MR. DOW. We learn from yesterday's AIrqus that the committee who Ihave undertaken the mnanagment of the ranquet which it is proposedl to give to the Minister of Lands, in the lasonic Hlall next week, werer sartprisedtl to learn tihat the railway commissioness had witihdrawn their con sent to hiolders of hanquet tickets triavel ling free over tihe railway lines of tihe colony. 'The reason assigned by tihe comtnuissioners for their action was that they hadl sanctioned tihe arrangementt ninder a mrisconception, believing tlhat tihe :rtngnet was to take place at one of tihe townrs in tire constitncecy of Kara tarn. whicth ii r. Dow replesents. and niot at 3telbournrc. as they after:warris frrnrd to lie the case. The rrtalrtittee in the ntetan tirrme. however, had en ctered irnto obliga tiorns to tihe extent of bretween £200 aind .t300 in respect of tihe lhanrret, anticipat ing a ready salo of tickelts throughouit the morre dist:ant courntry districts in view of the allure...