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Kerang Times. Published Tuesdays and Fridays. WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. TUESDAY, JANUARY 21, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 21 January 1890

Published Tuesdays and Fridays, wiTir WEgErE SUPPILEIMEiT. TUE.1DA Y, JA.NUARY 21, iS1O. A public meeting of the re atepayvers of iKerang was ]ield on Friday last, when it was resolved that a deputation, armield with al petition from the towns people. should wait upon the Minister of \Water Snpply to request that Ke ran' i may be inmmediately proclaimed an i urban district, "' within the meaning of the Water Conservation Act. Thie inupending application is not ithe first of the kind. Several. montlhs ago a simnilarly constituted mieeting asked Mr. Deakin to sever ering friom the rural district,. and since then the conmmissioners of the water trust have followed suit. The representations made to the Minister appear to have lhaid no effect whatever, althoughi the application. of the rate pa'eis is fairandreasonable, while the reiifusal to grant.it is glaringly unjust. Mr. I)eakin's reluctance to comply with the wishes of the ratepayers in this matter is easily explainable. lWhen the o...

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
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KERANG TIMES PUBLISHING COMPANY, LIMITED. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 21 January 1890

KIS1exo T'rssis 1'unLsInxo CoIe.sY, , L'.nvii).-lThe seCCOnd half-yearly general" nmeeting of lshareholicers in the above company will be held at the otlices, Vic toria street, eoranig, oni Friday, 1st inst., ait '3 p.m. fr:ux 1)Er..rs:n.-'t'he train leaving .Sandhulrst at 0 p.m .,and Ince at Kerainsg et 10.30, had not arrived at 1.30 this miorning.. Upon enquiry at the railway station our irepresentative was informeid tlihat the only informnation to hand was that a damaged truck axle had stopped the train betweent laywool and Tandarra.' It was anticipatod that the train wonld reach Klierang ablout three o'clock, nearly live honrs ,behind time. Cuier:Ti.-T=he following teiam has been selected by the Kerang Clini to tiry con elnsions with thie SwaIn lill representa lives at the Keraung Smhow Grnoinds on' S:iturdiray next, 2ith inst., for tie Clhal lenge Cup (play to commeince at 12 o'clock sharp) :- Crawford, Stranger, Sabine. Marks, Trainan, 'riegeori, Flight, I. G. 1hntdle, tDyall,...

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PYRAMID HILL ATHLETIC CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 21 January 1890

PYRAMID HILL ATHLETIC CLUB. The following nominations have been receired for the various athletic events in connection with the Sports and Demon- stration in favor of the Boort to Echuca, via Pvramid Hill, railway, to be held at Pyramid Hill on Centennial Day. Monday 27th inst.: SHEFIELD HANDICAP, 130 yards; nomi- nation, 3s, acceptance 2s.-Philip, F. Fogarty, Castlemaine ; M. Stanton, Pyramid Hill ; J. B. Brennan, Kerang; Jas. McCrean, Mitimino : John Shaw, Pyramid Hill; James Wilson, Millon; Charles McGee, T'errick; H. Kirkham, Eaglehawk; G. Herbert, Eaglelhawk; Cherles P. Head, Mincha West ; Charles Lockie, Terrick; W. Malone, Yarrawalla; P. Malone, Yarrawalla ;Hugh Wales, Sylvaterre ; Harry Skehau, Sandhurst ; Thomas Williams, Mincha South; H. C. Morris, Sandurst ; Robt. Bacon, Ray- wood; D. J. Adair, Mologa ; Alf. Green, Marong ; R. H. Trethewey; Sailors' Gully, Eaglehawk; J. T. C. Halloran, Sailors' Gully, Eaglehawk ; T. H. Heat- ley, Eaglelhawk. HANDICAP HURDLE RACE, 150 yard...

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

Trado Adr1bessos. THE WBOLESALE CLOTHING CO. s" ' .Y o l-"ii- .,-^ Y. I '7rtflo TWEEDS COATINGS TWEEDS COATINGS TWREEDS COATINGS TWEE.DS COATINGS. BLUE and FANOY SERGES. BLUE and FANOY SERGES. BLUE anJ FANCY SERGES. Blue and Fancy Serges. : AND ENORMOUS STOCK. OUR OWN IMPORTING. THEt Assortment. o SPRING an SUMMER GOODS is beyon doubt the best over seen in the colonies. As usual we:jiyve a large staff of the Best utters Workmen IN VICTORIA. ALL WOOL TWEED TROUSERS (to order), 12s Gd. ALL WOOL TWEED SUITS (to order), 46s. WRITE FOR SAMP'LES. Our Travaller Visits the District every Two Mont'as. J T. MIDDLETON, General M1n ger. S'10'. M FRASER ) EG to inform thes inhbitantsof Pyramid 'a Tril and District that, havicg pur. chasi d the business carried on by him for Mr A. J. .Tones, he is prepared to do all descriptions of HARNESS AND SADDLE T WORK AT LOWEST PRIDES, Combined with best workmanship. A 'IRST-CLASS GENERAL STOCK Always kept on land. KERANG S OTEL JORN CUIJLLEN. PROPRIETOR. B...

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

Legal. CONNELLY AND TATCHEIILL, SOLICITORS, ELDON CIIAMIBERS, WELLINGTON ST., KERANG. and at Sandhurst and Melbourne. TRUST MONEYS TO IEN]), sums of £100 and upwards, on Frehol id or Crown Leasehold Securities. £10,000 TO LEND. In one sum, on Freehold Security. BROWN, ELLISON & CO. (Members :-T. S. IlonDAv ; C. FeIED. Kli:x Ns)Y ; MYLES O'lBUiirs.) OLICITORS, CONVEYANCERS, PROC TORS & ATTOIREYS, WELLINGTON STREET, KERANG 31YLES O'PT.IEN, Conmmissioner for Affi davits. £47,000 TO LEND, in various sums, On Freehold ann Leasehold Securities. LOWEST INTEREST. THE Office is under the personal imanage I ment of MYLES O'lIltIEX, above named. Private address-CULLENSS HOTEL. R. LAING0 ORIAND CO. FISH, OYSTER, GAME & PR1ODUCE SALESMEN, AUCTIONEEIRS, House, Land, Estate, Syndicate and Conm mission agents. Offices ainl dS'res--FISTI MARKET, Flin ders and Swanston streets, MELIOURNE Sole agents for the undersigned-Gibbin's S.S.W. Oyster Fisheries, G. llaiser's Shoal haven...

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

TO THE DEAF. 1lh description of a simple remedy, by lwhich a person has just been completely cred of delafness anmd noises in the head of ,"inTi TFr~s' STADusmO, can be had free of :cla ge on appliecation verbally or by letter to I HO L SON, 175iWilliar Street, Melbourne. - Wanted. ITANTElD Good Slepherd. Apply .M'Innesand Co. 422 \TANTED by Young Man, with ten (10) year,' Colonial Experience, situation as Assistant or Book-keeper in country store. Apply Veritas. Kerang. 423 WTA N TED, good Bullock Driver. `, Apply A. D. Bell, Kerang. 414 _\ ANTED, llridge Builders, long job, SApply W.and J. PIPPIN, Barr Creek. or o:, the works, Wee WVee Rup. 417 Notices. AUSTRALIAN NATIVES' ASSOCIATION. F ORTNIGIITLY Meeting. Friday 24th inst. Notice of motion by Mr. P. .1. O'Donnell. to alter night of meetingfrom Friday to Thursday. C. M. AITKEN, 421 Acting Secretary. NOTICE. LL. Parties wishing to depasture Stock . on the Gunbower Island are requested to miake application at once to the secretary...

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PYRAMID HILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 24 January 1890

PYRAMID HILL, (FroM OUR OWN COlRllESPOnDENT.) A serious nccident happened to-day (Wednesday) to a mali nalled Itohan, employed at the quarries. He was pass ing from the engine-house to the crusher, Shlen he was struck on the side of the head by the driving belt, which inflicted a severe wound and fractured the skull. Hoe was afterwards removed to Sandhurst Hospital, on the advice of Dr. Deravin. who dressed the wound and gave theiman every altertion. A narrow escape from a serious fire occurred here to-day. Mrs. Kennedy, in going from her house to the shop, saw smoke colning throiglh an open window ii Mr. P. Shnaw's house. She ilmediately ran rolnndndl gave the alarm, when it was discovered that the fire was in the grooll's roo1m. The door was locked, but was soon burst open by Mrs. Kennedy, when a few buckets of water extinguished the flames, which had burnt through the lining boards. D]rinlg, Mrs. Kennnedy's absence from home her baby, aged nine months. managed to get into a tub o...

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FARWELL TO MR. E. WALTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 24 January 1890

FAREWELL TO MR: E. WALTON. ---------- - On Tuesday evening last, between 30 and 40 leading residents of KIerang met at Cullen's Hotel to bid farewell to Mr Edmund Walton, who snurveyed the line from Kerang to Swan Iill, and has since superintended its construction on behalf of the Government. The chair was occu pied by M1r. J. W. Taverner, 3I.L.A. After the usual loyal toasts of "The Qneen " and " The Governor " had been duly honored. MIr. L. B. Mitchell, engi neer to Messrs. David Munro and Co., proposed the toast of the evening, namely, " The health of our Gnest," and referred in feeling terms to the early departure of Mr. Walton. Mr. Mitchell, in the course of his remarks, said that everybody who had come in contact with Mr. Walton had found hint to be obliging, gentlemanly, energetic,--one who had attended to his duties strictly and without fear or favor, and thereby gained the esteem and good opinion of one and all, lie trusted M.r. Walton would like his new home, and wished hi...

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COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 24 January 1890

COURTS OF ,PETTY SESSIONS. fMajor .Bartrop's angaeinents for the present month are as follows :-2' Friday, 24th, Keran ?: Tuesday3 28th, :Wedderbi .irn. Wednesday, 29th, WZceheproof I Thursday, 30th, Charlton. Friday,81 t, Tnuwood. .`

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THE NEW COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 24 January 1890

THE NEWo COMMITTEE. The newly-elected committee held their first meeting 'on Wednesday molrning, when there was a full attendance of mem bers. ELECTION OF CHAIRMAN. Mr. Ir-ing inoved that Mr. Hogan, the retiring chairman, be re-appointed to the position for the ensuing term. Seconded by Mr. Noble and carried unanimonsly. Mr. Hogan then took the chair, anal thanked the members for having again elected him to the position. Their action showed that he had conducted the busi ness of the past year to their sntisfaction, and he trusted he would be able to carry onut his duties during the coming year in such a manner as to merit a continuance of their approbation.

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LATEST CABLEGRAMS. FAMINE IN THE SOUDAN. THE DEFENCES OF AUSTRALIA. THE INFLUENZA EPIDEMIC. ENGLAND AND PORTUGAL. AFFAIRS IN AUSTRIA. A LONDON IRRIGATION TRUST. PROPOSED RUSSIAN LOAN. SCENE IN THE FRENCH CHAMBER OF DEPUTIES. THE FORTH BRIDGE. CRITICAL CONDITION OF EMIN PASHA. LABOR TROUBLES IN ENGLAND. MR. JAS. WHITE'S COLTS. LONDON, Jan. 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 24 January 1890

". LATEST CABLEGRAMS. 4--- FAMINE IN TIIHE SOUDAX. THE DEFENCES OF AUSTRALIA. THE INFLUENZA EPIDEMIC. ENGCLANDI AND PORTUGAL. AFFAIRS IN AUS'RIIIA. A LONDON IRRIGCATION TRUST. PROI'OSED RUSSIAN LOAN. SCENE IN TIlE FRENCII CIIAIMBER OF DEPUTIES. TIHE FORTII BRIDGE. CRITICAL CONDITION OF E.1.IN PASILA. LABOR TROUBLES IN ENGLAND. MIR. JAS. W111TE'S COLTS. (Feo1t ARGUS AND AGE COnRESPOXNDETS.) LoNnos, .an. 17. The latest intelligence eccei\-ed from the Soudan shows that the famine which hIas for some time past been prevailing in that country has attained terrible proportions The mortality among the natives has been so enormous that the Maahdi has been conm pelled to disband his forces. __._ SiriWillianf;ei.?fsTlite Governor of New Zealand, presided at a meeting of the United Service Institute to-night, when a paper was read by Lieuhtnant Colonel 1. Elias, the object of which was - to show that in case of an emergency Australia should be self-dependent. Sir Vn. .Tervois urged tlhat there...

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SECRETARY AND INSPECTOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 24 January 1890

SECtETARY AND INSPECTOIR. F A lengthy discussion took place as to the advisability of increasing the salary of the secretary and inspector to £250 per tnnulnn . . . 3Mr. Irving considered that the position c was well worthl £250, and if there was E any way of increasing it, without saddling It the ratepayers with more rates, he thought they should do so. He pointed out that of they might do it by holding their meet ings every two months instead of monthly; 1 the saving in members' fees would then enable theis to make an increase in the direction indicated. He moved that Mr. \Vm. lasttray be appointed scretary and n inspector at a salary of .2250 per Innum, the meetings to be held every two months, and the increase to be paid out of the money thus saved. Mr. Noble did not agree with making the increase while tie board was in debt He would sooner at the end of the year, if they were aile, give Mr. Rattray a bonus, which might be larger than the increase mentioned by the mover. He was ...

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STATE OF THE RIVERS. HEIGHT ABOVE SUMMER LEVEL. [BY TELEGRAPH.] Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 24 January 1890

STATE OF THE RIVERS., HEInHT AnoVF. Suo~rn LEvEL. ?BY TELEGRAPH.] Thursday. MunnuAY. it. in. Albury .. .. .. 1 5 Echuca .. .. .. 5 0 Swan Bill .. .. 5 5 Eustonl .. .. .. 11 10 GOULBURN. Seymour .. .. .. 0 11 .1[URRUMBIDGEE. Wagga .. .. .. 2 0 1lay .. .. .. 1 9 ahanald .. .. .. 4 3 1Menidie .. .. .. 8 11 Wentworth .. .. 7 7 Wilcannia .. .. .. 14 9

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 24 January 1890

CRICKET. A match between second elevens repre senting t heKerangandTradesmen's cricket clubs took place on Wednesday last, re sulltngin favor of the latter, the totals for the first innings being Tradesmen, 79; Kerang 50. The following are the scores : r KEILSANG. Field, b 'Moyle ... ... 2 T. Pay, b Millman ... ... 5 Crawford, b Millman ... 0 ,Tames, not out ... ... 15 Herdman, b hMoyle ... 0 Barkell, b Millman ... ... 1 Patchell, b Millmnan .. ... 0 HIawthorie, l.b.w., b Mloyle ... 2 Cadusch, run out ... ... 1 Breen, b Moyle ... 0 S. Patchell, c Edmondson, b ,Millman ... ... ... 24 Total . ..... ... 50 TIUDE.SMIEN. Edmondson, b Crawford ... 31 Smalloy, c Crawford, b Patchell 15 Houston, b Pay ... ... 3 Millman, run out ..; ... 2 •Moyle, c and b Patchell ... 10 Foyster, e Patchell, b Hawthorne 8 Stewart, not out?: ... ... 6 11. Fraser, st Adams, b Crawford 0 J. Fraser, o Barkell, b Crawford 0 eoo, b Hawthorne ... . 0. O Doyle, b Hawthorne ... ... 1 Sundries... ... ... 3 Total... ......

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KERANG FLOUR MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 24 January 1890

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KERANG FLOUR MILLS. Mr. Thos. Hall reports the price of wheat as follows:- Fair millitng to prime. t3. to 3s. ld.

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MELBOURNE MARKET REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 24 January 1890

M?ELBOURNE MIARKET I2EPORTS. Miessrs Binnr. Nicoll and Co., chaff mer chants, 56 Spenccr-street, report :-Our mar ket has undcrgone very little alterations sincee our last report. First-class chaff has been iu good demand. We quote prime green well cut and clean samples from £:3 104 to £3 15s; second quality from £3 to £3 5s. Inferior almost unsaleable. All lots sol,l bags included. Oats. New Zealand, is ld ; Victorians, from 2s 4d to 2s (ld ; Calcutta from is 10d to 2s ; bran and pollanl, 10d: peas, 3s Id. SANDIIUIIST STOCK MARKET. Messrs. IR. O'Neill aunl Co. report :-Caltle -514 fat, 202 stores and 1.1 calves, com prised this week's supply. Quality of beef mostly good light weights, but the hot weather and only a mo!erate attendlauce of buyers caused dull competition, prices rh:ow ing no .improvement on late rates. We quote :-Bullocks. £5 10s to £8 5s; cows, £4 10s to £it ; and have sold 90 head for Messrs. Cahill Bros., Ludeman, Millar, Ifeni gan and.Dwycr at--lullocks £6 5s; co...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 24 January 1890

Wui REMaIN DAF--If you have failed to be cured elsewhere, write or apply to the 'Aural Clinie, 145 Collius-street. 'lelbourne. Their new, scientific, entirely successful and painless Electro-Medication treatment comn pletely cures Deafness, Noises in the Head. discharges, etc., no matter of how long standing. Ear drums no longer necessary. Advice and descriptive pamphlet free. N.Il. :-All our applianes and remedies are patented throughout the civilised world.- ADYT.) lfnva.sT Ilo Stei S.r.e.-The impression Sconae to e abroad tll, , eceptiioally gooastharvest, and that as a result money will he freely spent whenever and wherever large inducements are offered. So as not to leave any doubt in the mindtl of purchasers as to where the greatest and mnst genuine attractions may be found, .Messrs. Manning and Co., of View P'r,int. Sandlhurst, have issueda circular announcing reductions a~ high as Gs in the t, conmmen cing on Monday, andl we feel certain their liberal offers will be taken fu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 24 January 1890

Trile .ddrossos. ADVANCES.ON WOOL, GRAIN, &c. Rol1dsbrough, Itort 0 Co. (LIMITED.) Capital-£6,C00,000. Subscribed, £9,600,000. Beserve Fund, £210,000. HEAD OFFIOCE-MELBOURNE. cOLDSBKOUG II, MORT and CO., Limi ted, make liberal cash advances on the ensuing Clip of Wool and on Station Securities. They hold Auction Sales of Wool twice each week during the season, and at ftequent intervals during the wihter months. Auction Sales of Tallow, Hides, Sheepskins and other Station Prcduse, are held thrice each weak throughout the year. Auction Sales of Grain are held each Wed nesday during the grain sEEOn. Free Cartage on WOOL. Sydney Branch-Circular Quay. Ioutnon"'ITran-tc,,-,aY -.u..-a-x:L-o... hall-street. Agent at Kerang F. J. TAVERNER. WANTED KNOW N. That the Cheapest and Best place for MONUMENTS, HEADSTONES, GRAVE ENCLOSURE IS AT W M. BEEBE & SON'S MONUMENTAL WORKS, MiTOnrELL STREET, SANDIIUInT. DESIGNS SUBMITTED. PORTRAITS. PORTRAITS. TIlE VICT PHOTOGRAPHIC COMPANY S We...

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Kerang Times. Published Tuesdays and Fridays, WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. FRIDAY, JANUARY 24, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 24 January 1890

Published Tuesdays and Fridays, WITti W.EEIKLY SUPPLEM'ENT. 'ill/). l', JAr.NT.IRY 2d, 1800. Kooxmloo.K R1LcEs.-The full pro. grailnne of events in connection with the annual race meeting of the Koondrook Turf Club, to be held on Wednesday, Mvarclh 5t,, appears elsewhere. The club is ottering? about s80, and no doubt this po1.:nhr meeting will oesult as successfully as in pr ionus years. The secretary(MIr. W. Bueklandl informs us that 'Mr. A. J. Jones and Messrs. Tavernor, of this town, have each given a double rein bridle to be run for. L.uce: lio;. IaRtauI .TIox COLO*Y.-Tlhe forthcoming sale of allotments at Lake floga on Wednesday, Februnary 5th, by les=r:;. Yen, Taverner and Company, Limited, on behalf of the Lake Bogs Irri gation Company, is likely to attract a con siderable number of investors and others interested, and the anuctioneers,at the close of the sale, should be able to record a very successftl result. Free railway passes available for date of sale are obtainable at ...

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EASTERN VERMIN BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 24 January 1890

EASTERN VERMIN BOARD. The final meeting of the retiring menl bers of tile above 13Board was held at the a Court House. Kerang, on Tuesday evening last, when there were present-MOessrs fogan (chairman), Noble and Irving. t The minutes of the previous meeting t were read and confirmed, and the outward t correspondence was approved. - CORRilES'PONDiNCI. From Secretary for Lands, acknow ledging newspaper report of previous meet ing. Received.. Firom same, stating that the stum of -£31 1Fs 14, vermlin rates collected for the year 1888, had been passed for payment at Ierang. Received. From same, intimating that the sumn of :£5 15s, Vermin rates collected for the year 1889, had been passed for payment at Keraug. Received. Fromn same, relative to Boarda's request that G. W. Geyer's lease of Malice allot mient No. 35 B, county of Tatchera, be cancelled for non.compliance with the vermin destruction covenant, and also for non-payment of £13 14s expended by the Board in the destruction of vere...

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