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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 17 January 1890

Trado Add:osses. WHOLESALE TLOTTING Co. ' . o ad t . i. r ~ trit~ VV orT '' "hu `M . r '7`rte,ý_ Nt)ý , r TWEEDS COATINGS 1\WEEDS COATINGS WREDS COATINGS TWEEDS COATINGS. 111.7TE and FANCY SERGES. IIITAIE and FANCY SERIGES. BILUE and FANCY SERGES. Blue and Fancy Serges. AND -E I:ORMOUS STOCK. OUR OWN 1MPORTING. frilIE Assortment of SPRING an s .IJ.1E1 GOODS is beyond doubt the test ever seen in the eolonies. As usial we have a large staff of the Best Cutters ( Workmen IN V'ICTl ttA. ALL WOOD TWEED TROUSERS ( o order). l°= ;.l. ALl WOOL TWEED SUITS (to order), 413s. WRITE FOR SAMPLES. Our Vrtv.dlr Visits the Dialriet every Two .11ntths; .1. I. MI I)DLETON, General Man -tr. ` io t F1RASER i .1":.: u., ut..r.-a it, inhbstitantsof Pyramid' f t~ill 10**1t District that, h~avieg parr. ,.. " an1 dh t.a,.n. trried on by latt r :, A.. .. .ones, he isn prepared to do allt descriptions of 1IA PNESS AND SADDLE WORK AT LOWEST 1PRICES, c btined witth best workmannship. A F I1ST CLASS GENERAL STOC...

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Kerang Times. Published Tuesdays and Fridays. WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 17 January 1890

Puh!!ished Tuesdays and Fridays, WITHi WEEItLY SUPPLEMIENT. i1-/!)7.Il .T;LWV Ii 1. 17, 1S90. It I:ONTr.-A somnewliat seri ou; hu sui adccident oceirred in the viei. nity oi t2 township on \Wednesday after. noon M1lr. Gregorc, of the Gilbert Clib 1l I "mop niid by Mr. Davidson. wais diving s : pair- otliorses attaclhed to a lighlt I::gg.itn the dircction of the Kerang cr. i lion ,jistafter crossing the railway line t i anuimals. which were travellingat a s:.: ui:.r p ti. sldenly bIecame nlnimaniage ble atel bolte I. Mr. Gregory, in endea ori::r. :o pull an ulip, tiurnedc the vehlicle too 15l'1iily. iupsetting it and iprecipitiat ing Ii ih o:eupanits to the groiuld. MIr. I) its i:-oo anciled on his feet. and escaped with li se-erespiainl which, in the exscite inc it 1of 1th moment, lie did not feel, his atention being renquired by Mr. G:ngory. who, iinfortuinately, in fall ilng. hal cone down heavily onit the side of hi:; iceail. and ay nncouscions. Tlhe iniship was observed by Mr. W...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 17 January 1890

3MELBOIT1EE WOOL SALES. The Now Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Co., Limiited. offered a catalogne of c000 hales at their wool sale yesterdlay. consisting principally of nuediont qahlities. 1 Competition was excellent. a lnd ilte rates were well muaintained, especially for sconred wonols. Greasy merino sold up to , 12-,d. pail for 10 hales of eontiting mnrlcrd ) o-ver Abbey 1ills front near Kornit. 1 Sis hales. picees of sane tmakel . cold tp to l1t, and Sl hales first comnbing. ntnalked A S A over \arra n'arilka. fromntear Gernianton. hroughit ti"d. these lots were rwell bred. and in good condition. In crosshed the hest price was 12,d. liit for 5 hales toniteleel, nmarked E I-f orer Flotr Hilt. fromt (avendish. conreit wools wiere well represented. and sold at slightly highl cr rates. the chief sales beisg 3y hales. A\l A over \arra irra, }first cottling, at O01d. -40 hales pieces of sanm mna:rk realiainr 131?:. aa1, draft fronm the Conobla and Rate ilipa. Lcehltan River. at fro...

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A Hardy Norseman. CHAPTER XXXIX.—Continued. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 17 January 1890

"I THOUOGHT I WOULD COME OUT TO EXPLOIRE A LITTLE." A Hardy Norseman. By EDNA LYALL. Author of "Doran," " i a Two," "In the Goltdes .Doys," "knight.Errant," ac. --- CHAPTER XXXIX. -Continued. BuTr though she tried in this way to take the edge off her pleasure she could not do it. Afterwards might take care of itself. 'Thare was no possibility of realising it how, she would enjoy to the full just the present that was hers, the long talks with ] Fritlhiof, the delightful sense of fellowship with him, the mutual enjoyment of that exquisite valley. And so they drove on, past Aak, with i its lovely trees and its rippling river, past I the lofty Romsdalshorn, past the Troltin derne, with their weird outline looming i up against the blue sky like the battle snents and pinnacles of some magic city. About the middle of the day they reached iorgheim, where it had been arranged that theyshould spend the night. Frithiof r was in a mood to find everything beau- v tiful, he even admired the rathe...

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FASHIONS. DRESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 17 January 1890

DRESS. IF it be true that the history of a country is written in its architecture, we may expect to flind some connection betwecen the character of a nation and the dress of its people. Thle habit of horrowing our fashions from France dates from the reign of Edward tlhe Confessor. This king Iad been brought up in Normandy, and his predilcctions were all Norman. During tihe Norman period, the women of England cast aside the simplicity of the Saxon fashion of dress. Tlheir sleeves, we are told, hung miore than at yardl in lengtlh from the wrist, andl were sometimes tied up in knots, as were their trains. They wore their hair in long plaits adorned with ribbons, and somtetiutes encased in silk. In the reign of IRichard II. all kinds of absurd and extravagant fashions prevailed; foreign costnumes were copied with such care, that some of tihe English dresses were precisely sitmilar to those seen'on tihe Continent. .At this time ocenrred the strange practice of cutting the edges of tihe g...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 17 January 1890

Trad.o Adrosssc . ADVANCES ON WOOL, GRAIN, &e. C C G1oldsbrough, 1o0t Co. (LIMITED.) Capital- ,C00,000. Subscribedt, £3,103,000. Ieervrre Fund, £2I0,000. HEAD OFFIC -1ELliOU IRE. :1 GOLDSRROUG 11, MOIIT and CO., Lidi tel, nmake lilt r:A ech advenel:s en the ensuintg Clip of Woot and on St:ation Securitiea. CO They told Auction Sanlks of Corti twico each week duricg t scasaon., andi at friqeot intervals daring the n i: tcr monthl. 1 Anuction Sa'es c callow. tlide. :lheepvkins andt other Station Pretiu e, are wild thrice each wc:h throoghout t.:z year. Auction Salts of Grain ate ielad eachl Wed ne-daiy gurttitw tite ain sc:: oor. Free Cartage ont WOOl. Sydney trantclh-Circutar Qtuy. London I: ancl:-ll andi 157 Lealnn- - Ihall-street. Agent at Kerang F. .T. TAVERNER. W A N T N D K N 0 IN N. That the Cheapest and Best place for MONUMENTS, HEADSTONES. GRtAVE ENCLOSDRE F is AT WM. BEEBE & SO'S6 MIONUMENTAL WORKS, MITcuntL StEET, SAhDucItiWT. DESIGNS SUBMiIITTED. l PORTRAIT...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 17 January 1890

'tO Ti! 1)EA I'. 1 he description of a sitmnile retnely, by whnichi a pei.=o Iha< just I:eeaoompletely enl of deatrnes iandl noisO il thie hlad of ett'in- vr.tns' Sri r vsisa, con he had il hee of charge onit application verhally or Iby letter to N I CH i 0 1 (N. 175 Winioin Street. .1ielbo :r:c. _ wanted. ANTE AX1 god Ilitlloeli Driver. Apply A. 1). Bell, Kerang. 414 Amusements. TIW1A n.! " sHIIOIIUIRIS IN THE '1.1 COUNT lv- SCt)TLANl), i.NGLANDi R I~I:L.AND, At the Mrcchisiii' Tn:ittione. Nol/ces. IN TxIE SUJPIEIME COUnK' OF TrIE COLONY OF V1CTOlIA. F I F A. NTOTICE is Herchy Given that iunder I innd he viirtue of certaini proness is oaln0 out of tile S:Ip nie Cotirt of lie' Co'nvoy of Vict ria, cini iireeted tl to he hlierilt ~f the !idlan hI thli . il fiieniiiig hint to loet Ien ail ili*iie of the real and p-sonal , stite of .:lines lInotlh. lthe said sheriff will. tinl Frid iy. lia.h>l i th d sy of. 00a1nua. 18110, it the hour ii 11 o'ehlik in the foreinio cause I...

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LATEST CABLEGRAMS. SUPPOSED LOSS OF AUSTRALIAN MAILS. ENGLAND AND PORTUGAL. CONDITION OF THE KING OF SPAIN. THE STATE OF EUROPE. CAPTAIN O'SHEA'S LIBEL ACTION. MR. STANLEY'S MOVEMENTS. THE CHINESE IN AUSTRALIA. THE CRONIN MURDER CASE. LONDON, Jan. 13. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 17 January 1890

LATEST CABLEGRAMS. -+---- SUPPOSIsED LOSS OF AUSTI1ALTAN MAILS. ENGLAND AND PORTUGAL. CONDI)TTION OF TIHE KING OP S.Pi. THE STATE o0 EIUROIPE. CAPTAIN O'SiIEA.\'S LTITEL ACTION.. 311I. STIANLEY'S MOVE.MENTS. TIlE CIIINSIIs IN AUSTRALIA. TI11E CIIONIN M11IDI)ER CASE. (FRO)I AliOIS AM) AGlI COlISPllJiSININTS.) Lonnox. .Tan. 1iI. It is ofllicially announced that the Australiman and New Zealand mails. which writ e believed to have heen do stroyed when the train conveying them caught fire in the State of Nebraska, Ihave Ieen rescued. A ircmnedons scnsation hais hcen created thrllouglout Portugal andi on the Contineit by tihe firm attitude which IEngland has shown in her de mands fori imnncliate satisfaction from the Central Giovermnent atLisbon for the aitick which wai s timade upon the natives of the Ilakololo district oin the Zambesi - liver in Central Afrtica. when a number of I ritish fligs, which had been preseinted to the nitives by the British repreI.sentative. were enptured andl ...

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GERTY'S ELOPEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 17 January 1890

s] GERTY'S ELOPEMENT. r1 A1Yr RANDoLrPH. n C' "ANx clopement? Oh, surely, surely, Gerty, you never can be in earnest!" Cierty lane sat on a fallen log, whose 11 mossy cylinder was hall hidden in tall plumy fcrns, and where the tremblling July ii sunbeams rained down through soft summer v foliage like a cascade of gold. An artist 3 would have painted her as a wood nymph, ji with her hair of braided sunshine, her deep, limpid eyes, and the peach-like bloom upon e her perfect cheeks. And yet this dew-eyed beauty was neither more nor less than a fnactory girl, who worked a machine in the big shop whose grey stone chimneys rose out of the hollow below, at a dollar at dny; a girl who lhad grown up on a dict of yellow-covered 1 novels, and dreamed of knights and ladies I and perilous adventures. " Yes," said Gerty, lifting her deep blue eyes, "an elopement. Isn't it romantic? I And isn't he handsome?" Sarah Willis looked sadly down into the eyes that were so like blue Ilowers. "Gerty," sai...

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COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 21 January 1890

COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. Major Bartrop's engagements for the present month are as follows : Monday, 20th, Ilaywood. Tuesday, 21st, Sandhurst. Thursday, 23rd, Pyramid Hill. Friday, 24th, Kerang. Tuesday, 28th, WVedderbnurn. Wednesday, 29th, 1Wycheproof. Thursday, 30th, Charlton. Friday, 31st, Inglewood.

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STATE OF THE RIVERS. HEIGHT ABOVE SUMMER LEVEL. [BY TELEGRAPH.] Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 21 January 1890

STATE OF THE RIVERS. jIEICIIT AuO E SrMXEn LESEL. LlY TELEGRAPII.] Monday. lTIItu:.tv. 'ft. ini. AlbsniV .. .. 1 C Echlluca .. .. ..u6 Swan H Fill ..C Enitol .. .. .. 13 0 Symoir .I. n .. 1 0 lay .. 2 0 l:almoal . .. 9 DxAr.ING. Meni(dic ... 6 11 'Wentwoltl~t .. .... . 11 4 Wilcannia .. 3

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 21 January 1890

CORRESPONDENCE. fI nnninnuatient IltCenCde f~l iqiertfoll iL tLits colnmuhr ehntLl be .l.L cesel to the l'litor. The name and tddtest ap n thle *eritel· Iltll he mn'i tudd no nceeteCuiLy fee plr pLbealio n, bit ne a tneetee ec geld rilth. White tee arc et ill Ctine egleil to rc eciieeettti pucbtIcb ectepocc'iecee c.alltwinlg an an Ctc t of IcctitCLte cetctiectcnt ncithcthce tccies oi jnoretcliute. we dcctr iot cici etrceleice re~crpnuiccei fcr nott ciniontt cttutceeectc.]

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WATER SUPPLY MEETING AT SWAN HILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 21 January 1890

WATER SUPPLY MEETING AT SWAN HILL. A meeting of the ratepayers was held on Wednesday evening last for the pur pose of oennsidering the question of water supply for the town,lwhich lately has been dery inadequate. The meeting, we are glad to say,was much betterattended than Insual, and tiheqestion was well discussed. Mr. r. Hughes, J.P., was voted to the chair. The following resolutions were putto the meeting and passed, viz.:-Moved by Mr. Huglhes, seconded by Mr. Farrant-Ttlat applicatioln be made to the Minister of Water Snpply for permission to put on an extra engine-driver to help M. Potter, in oeider that pumping may be carried on. for 18 or 2Olhours per lday. Move l by Mr. Scott, seconded by MIr. Pye-That an application be inmade to the Department for a new engine and pump snflicient for thie reqnirements of the town. Moved by Mfr. Gray, secondled by Mr. Scott-That Mr. Slater Walker le asked if Ihe will inndertdke to turn the water supply of the town off at 9 o'clock every even...

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THE SHIRE ENGINEER. [TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERANG TIMES.] [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 21 January 1890

THELI SHIRE ENGINEER. [To Trl: EDITroR OF TrlE lEcrAlx TrsrEs.] Siu,-In your issue of the 17th inst. appears a letter signed "TJustiee to All lien," adversely criticising the action of the new couneillors. 'Tlie criticism is. however, very little more than an echo of the statcments made by the engineer himself, tinged withi the saugnineous line of "blood," old and neow. I have no doubt Justice to All Men" believes in justice to all men, i.e., all men who think as he does. If he had not dragged in the ratepayers who elected the new conneillors as unknown grnmblers and harping rate payers, I shonld have been content to let it pass. If he only know a hnndredth part as muclh of the ratepayers' wishes as he appears to do of those of MIr. Albrccht (whose very banking account lie appears to be acquainted witlh), hle would know that 90 per cent. of them havre been dis satisfied with the engineer for years past, and the new councillors were returned partly to e'opress their (the ratepayers')...

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LATEST CABLEGRAMS. THE BRAZILIAN REPUBLIC. THE INFLUENZA EPIDEMIC. THE WEST END SCANDAL. THE ROWING CHAMPIONSHIP. HEALTH OF EMIN PASHA. ENGLAND AND PORTUGAL. LABOR TROUBLES IN ENGLAND. THE UNITED STATES NAVY. THE PUGILISTIC CHAMPIONSHIP. A LIBEL ACTION. LONDON, Jan. 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 21 January 1890

LATEST. CABLEGRAMS. THE lItA/%lLIA.N IElPUBLI.C. THIIE INFILU EN/A EPIDIIEMIC. THlE W'EIST EIND SCANDAL. THE ROWING CIIAMI'IONSHIP. HEALTHl OF EMIN lASHA. ENGLAND AND PORTUGAL. LABOR T51(.IIIILES IN ENGLAND. THEI: UNITEDI STATES NAVY. TIE PUGILISTIC CHAM1PIONSHIP. A LIBEL ACTION. (FRO M ACnUS AND AGE COORIESPIOIDENTS.) Loxnoo, Jan. 15. Fmrtler particulass have been received from Riio reshecting the unsuccessful naval anii military rising which took place there last month in opposition to the newly-cestablished lIepblican Go vernnenlt. i nthe fighting which occurred before the mnovement was suppressed 100 of thie insurgents were killed, and 21 were exeented by the Governiment. The influieniza elpidemic in Elnglaidu con tinues to ablate. 'Th'le fresh cases are of less freqnent occurrence, andl the patients ire. in thie great in:mjerity of cases, pro gressig towards recovery. The epi deiiic tIss aliinnedl :alarmini g dimensions in Chicago. Children are specially liable to attack, andit...

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RIFLE MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 21 January 1890

RIFLE MATCHES. Tie opening nntchles of tihe season for junior and senior tItntbers of tihe Kerang Rillo Cialt took place at the ranges on Saturdt lanst, nineteen niarlksten con peting. 'fite conditions governi:,g each miatlch were-l10 shots and a esighter at 500 yards, \V.it A. roles, military position, Ino itanlicals, and only Kynoch's anutni tion to o used. 'lThe shooting, probably on account of want of practice, was not up to the average. The atmtospiterical condlitions, too, were not in favor of the ritlemen, alul tas a result low scoring wts the order of the d.at. The 11ev. F. .1. Wit;in won the senior trophy, withi a scorees of t;0, Mesrs. .1. G. luttundle anti .. W. Strautger being second atl third. with 35 and 33 respectively. It the junior matchl, unfuottnnately, an error occurred ill recording tihe results, and it will bie necessary for twvo conmpeti tors to fire again for lirst and second places. It was found ait the concluslion of tihe matclt that Sir. DI)avisott liad fi...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KERANG FLOUR MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 21 January 1890

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KERXA.G FLOUR MILLS. Mr. Thos. Hall reports the price of wheat as follows:-Fair milling to prime, 2s. lil to $s.

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MELBOURNE MARKET REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 21 January 1890

MIELBOUURN MAIRKET iEP'ORTS. Messrs. It. Langford and Co. report the following sales for week ending January 17th, 1890:-Gards, "s to 15s; silver fish. 4s Gd to 15s; pike, 4s to 14s; mullet. 2s 6d to 13s; whiting, 7s Gi to 24s ; tlounders, 4s to 8s dozen ; strangers, 2m to 4s t(i; honeta, 2s; pilelhasls, Is to 4s ; trout, -Is to 15s; salmon, :s to 11s d i; eels, Id to 2.;d per lb ; urray cod and perch, 1d to ld per b ; rabbits, 4Is to 12a dozen pairs; oysters. 40s to 60s per bag; young fowls, 3s 9!. to -Js lld; ducks, 4s to 5s 3d; black duck, 3d to :s brace; teal, Id to Is; widgeon, ld to (i; hard head, 3d to Is d ; wild duck. ld to Is; black wing, Id to Is 3J. Messrs. Dalgety and Co. report having held a satisfactory wool sale on Friday last, when they offered 2150 bales before a full muster of buyers. Competition was vigorous, ani last week's rates were fully maintained. They .old 2000 hales, realising llfd for greasy mnerino, 11.d for greay crossbred, 2lid for s?oured merino and ...

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KERANG WATER SUPPLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 21 January 1890

KERANG WATER SUPPLY. A meeting of ratepayers resident within the urban district of Kerang, convened by advertisement, was held at the Mec hanics' Institute on Friday evening last to consider the advisability of protesting against the water rate being raised. as proposed by the Department, and to take further steps towards gettingthetowsnship of Kerang formed into a separate trust. .Mr. C. Yeo, J.P., was voledl to the chair. About thirty ratepayers were present. The chairman explainecd that he had been requested by a nmumber of ratepayers in the district of Kerani to take some action in the nmatter. At the last shire mnseting, Cr. O'Donnell referred to the q':estion, and it was considered that the subject sihoid be discussed by the ratepayers. As chiairntns of the practic ally mtoribund water trust he had called that tieeting. (Mr. Yeo here read the notice ronvening the meeting). He be liered the real object of tihe meeting was containcedl in tie last clause of the adver tisement - "...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 21 January 1890

Trsto ,dddresses. ADVANCES ON WOOL, GRAIN, &e. Goldsbrouglh, tot i Co. (LIMITED.) Capital-£EG,000,000. Subscribed, £3,500,000. Reeerve Fund, £210,000. DEAD OFFICE-MELBOURNE. cIOLDSBROUG E, SIORT and CO., Limi .J ted, make liberal cash advances on the enasuing Clip of Wool and on Station Securities. c They hold Auction Sales of Worl twice each week during the season, and at frequent intervals during the wihter months. Auction Sales of Tallow, Hides, Sheepskins and other Station P'rodue, are held thrice each week throughout the year. Auction Sakles of Grain are held earh Wed nesday during the grain season. Free Cartage on WOOL. Sydney Branch-Circular Quay. London Braneb-1I1 and 157 Icaden hall-street Agent at Kerang F. J. TAVERNER. WANTED KNOWN. That the COheapest and Best place for MONUMENTS, HEADSTONES, GRAVE ENCLOSURE I IS AT WM. BEEBE & SON'S MONUMENTAL WORKS, MIITBcnLL STaEer, SANDuoCrsT. DESIGNS SUBMITTED. L t PORTRAITS. PORTRAITS. TILE VICT PHOTOGRAPIIIC COMPANY...

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