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

TTrado Addrossas. THE WHOLESALE CLOTHING CO. . . . . -. ad- t '? -.. TWEEDS COATINOS TWEEDS COATINGS TWEEDS COATINGS TWEEDS COATINGS. BLUE and FANCY SERGES. BLUE and FANCY SERGES. BLUE and FANCY SERGES. Blue and Fancy Serges. AND ENORMOUS STOCK. OUR OWN IMPORTING. FTHE Assortment of SPRING an I SUMMER GOODS is beyond doubt the best ever seesn in the colonies. As usual we have a large staff of the BestCutters.Workmen N CTORIA. t ALL WOOL TWEED TROUSERS (to order), 12s Gd. ALL WOOL TWEED SUITS (to order), 46s. WRITE FOR SAMPLES. Our Traveller Visits the District every Two Month's. J. T. MIDDLETON, General .Man ger. 1'i0 M FRASER BIEG to inform the inhabitantsof Pyramid H Hill and District that, having puer chased the business carried on by him for Mr A. J. Jones, he is prepared to do all descriptions of UARNESS AND SADDLE WORK AT LOWEST PRIDES, Combined with best workmanship. FIRST-CLASS GENERAL STOCK Always kept on hand. K ERANG HOTEL JOHN CULLEN. PROPRIETOR. SBEST WINXEB AND SPIRITS...

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

Legal. CONNELLY AND SOLICITORS, ELDON CHAMBER-S, WELLINGTON ST., KERANG. and at Sandhurst and Melbourne. TRUST MONEYS TO LEND. sums of £100 and upwards, on Freiehold or Crown Leasehold Securities. £10,000 TO LEND, In one sum, on Freehold Security. BROWN, ELLISON & CO (Members :-T. S. HonoDAY ; C. IP.ED. KEN xEDY; 1rIYL:S O'lItltt.) OLICITOIRS, CONVEYANCERS, I'ROC TOtnS & ATTORNEYS, WELLINGTON STREET, KERANG .MYLES O'P.IlEN, Commni-sioner for Afi davits. On Freehold nue Teansehnol Securilies. LOWEST INTEREST. T HE Office is under the personal manage ment of MYLES O'RIIIEN, above named. Private address-CULLEN'S IOTEL. SANDI URST MASONIC AIIT UNION. (In Accordance with Adt No. 1532.) 10,000 TICKETS AT 104 I: ACII. FIRST PRIZE. £1000. SECOND PIIZE, £500. Third Prize. £200; Fourth Prize, £100. 2 Prizes at £50 each ; 75 Prizes from £20 to £2 ; and 539 Prizes at £1 each, consisting of valuable Oil and Water-color Paintings, and other works of art. The winner of any prize of...

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COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 28 January 1890

COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. Major Bartrop's ongagements bor the present month are as follows : Tuesday, 28th, Wcdderburn.r Wednesday, 29th, Wrvycheproof. Thursday, "hOth, Charlton. Friday, .lslt, Inglewood.

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THE LAKE BOGA COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 28 January 1890

THE LAiKE BOGA COLONY. The scheme for the establishment of an irrigation colony at Lake Boga continles to attract considerable attention amongstl those acquainted with the enormnous facilities which the northern districts present for suecessful agricnltural development, where irrigation can be used to bring out the latent produc tiveness of the soil. The colony is being established by a company of thoroughly practical men, who lave scenred some 60,000 aeres in the immediate vicinity o Lake lioga and Long lake, the waters of which they intend to utilise ill carrying out tileir enter prise. As a preliminary step, a townslhip has been laid off, antl a number of allotments in this will be sulbmitted to auction on the 5111 prox., particulars of the sale heing given' in the advetllisement in another column. The township has frontageI both to Long Lake and Lake lioga. and a careful enquiry shows that fromn both these soureas an ample sulpply will always lie available for the irrigation of ...

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THE EAGLEHAWK MYSTERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 28 January 1890

THE EAGLEHAWK MYSTERY. 'Thle two men Couch and Davis were charged at the Eaglehawk Police Court on l"riday morning witlh wilfully :nlt maliciously murdering Williamu Trevithick, the late night watclunan at the United Devonshire mine, on the 4th Dezember. The men were first presented on the charnes which were laid against them previously, that is, I)avis war charged with the robbery of tie copperplates stolen from the Pearl, and Couch with burglari ously entering the house of Mrs. Letcher at California Gully. Inspector O'Flaherty prosecuted, and asked that Davis inighst be remanded till Friday next, as the more serious charge had been entered against hii. Davis was undefendled, and on asking for bail was of course refused. Heo was then remanded for a week. Couch was represented by Mr. Hyett. Inspector O'Flaherty explained to the bench that Conch had been detected in the act of burglary by Mrs. Letcher, who gave the alarm. A neighbor seized the prisoner, who ultimately disabled him an...

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RED RUST IN WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 28 January 1890

RED RUST IN WHEAT. So far this is a problem that scientists have given us very little inlormation upon. The various leading agricultural authori ties, both inl England and America, have very little to say on the subject. A perusal of any of the standard works on agricul taro will not assist the average layman in acquiring any knowledge that might enable him to cope with this terrible scourge. The fact is, the true origin of red rust and the means of arresting its progress has battled the most skilful agri cultural experts, and they are wisely silent on the subject. Taking alvantage of the presence of a number of scientists in MIel bourne, the lion. J. L. Dow thinks that further efforts ought to be made towards unravelling the mystery that surrounds this scourge of the wheat growers, and with that end in view a comnlission will shortly be appointed for the purpose of collecting all information relating to the origin and habits of red rust, so far as re lates to its existence in these...

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KERANG EAST IRRIGATION AND WATER SUPPLY TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 28 January 1890

KERANG EAST IRRIGATION AND WATER SUPPLY TRUST. A meeting of the abive trust was held at tile olice, Korang, on Saturday last. There were present, Cmrs. Holloway (chairman), Kerr, Best, Peacock and '?Thorne. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. CO RRESPO?ts I .:I. From WaterSupply Department, stating that M[r. R. C. Cart had been appointed aunlitor of the trust's accounts for the cur rent year. lleceived. From J. 1i. M'Coll, M.P., informing the trust that the Conservator of Forests would have a large number of young trees available for distrihution during the coming planting season, and that it would he adrisable for the trust to matke an early application for what thiey would require. Received. Secretary to make application for 300 trees, and also to write thanking Mr. Ml'Coll for hiis in formation. From Water Supply Departntent. asking for a copy of engineer's agreement to be forwarded for ptertsal. Attenled to by secretary. From .T. G. Starr, engineer to th...

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SHEEP IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 28 January 1890

Slner ix WESTERN A-usTrLIA.-At tile intercolonia:l stock conference. recently hel din .Melbourne attentiorn was directed to a report that scab existed in Western Australia. The Victorian Government therefore crmmuninaated with the Govern ment at Perth, and inquire:l what truth there was in the statement. A reply has now been received by the Premier from the Acting Colonial Secretary of Western Australia, stating that the only scab known to exist in that colony at the pre sent time was in a few stray sheep in the thickets about 75 miles up the Greenoughr River, and that every exertion was being made by the Government to eradicate scab in sheep depasturing in Western Australia. Tie. MAILnuRn SETTLEMENT.-We learn that Mr.W. B. Chaffey,ofChalffeyBros., left Sydney by the R.M.S. Zealaudia last week for America, where he proposes to secure the services of a number of practical irri gatiouists, and to purchalse a complete plant for drying raisins, currants,apricots, peaches and prunes, as ...

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THE NEW BOARD OF HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 28 January 1890

THE NEW BOARD OF HEALTH. The amendment of the health laws ef. fected during the lato session of Parlia ment will come into force on the 1st of Febrnary, and the new law will be ad ministered by a new power equipped with extraordinary means of action. The pre sent Central Board of Health, composed of seven nominee members, whose corpo rate impotence has been a standing conm plaint, will expire on the 31st inst., and the new order of things will then be insti toted. The same staff will (remarks the Age) he made use of, lbut additional facili ties of every kind will be given as required, as the Government are desirous that the opportunities placed in tile hands of the new board shonld be absolutely complete. The bo rd awhich will supervise tile public health in future has been vested with larger powers than any similar body in this or perhaps in any other country, and in this respect its constitution exhibits a strong contrast with that of the expiring board. Its powers reach in every ...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 28 January 1890

CRICKET. Thell competition for the Kerang Cricket Cliub Challenge Cup was alvanced anuothr stage on Saturday last when two matches were played. viz., Kerang v. Swan Hill (at Kerang) and Gordon v. Tragowel (at 'ragowcl). That between the first-named clubs was well contested, and although defeatcd, the visitors, who won the toss nd elected to bat first, are to be coni. plientted upon their play, tihe fielding being exceptionally good. The principal scorers in the lirst innings were Evering htam 22, Neilson 11 and Rlankin 13, the last wicket falling for a total of 07 Iruns. Kerang, on going ill, succeeded in coin piling a total of 105, towards which Seivea 2G, Dytall 20 and-Stranger 14 were the principal contributo:s. Swan lHill again went to the wickets, Sheridan and Everinglhat being the first to btt. The latter completely mastered the bow ling, and very rapidly ran up a splendid score of 82, when he was caught by llundle, off Marks. Upon the disposal of EveringlamI , fl or r five ot...

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STATE OF THE RIVERS. HEIGHT ABOVE SUMMER LEVEL. [BY TELEGRAPH.] Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 28 January 1890

STA TE OF THE RIVERS. HEIGHT ABOVE SUMMER LEVEL. LBY TELEGRAPH.] Monday. MUnnAY. ft. in. Seymour R. . 0 10 , nUHOIMltDOEE. - Wagga ..1 7 Clay No report ranald ..2.. 9 .lenindie ' `. 1 8 Wentworth . . .. 8 5 Wilcannia .. .. No report

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KERANG FLOOR MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 28 January 1890

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KERANG FLOUR MILLS. Mr. Thos. Hall reports the price of wheat as follows:-Fair milling to prime, 2s lid to 3s 14d. MELBOURNE MARKET REPORTS. Messrs. Merry and Syme report a fairly active market with supplies coming to hand frecly. Business brisk at prices as under : Chati: Prime. 43 10s to £3 11s perton; second. £3 to i£3 5s per ton ; inferior, £2 to £2 10s. Oats : Calcttias. s id to Is id per bushel ; Algerians. 2s to 2Is 2d; N. Z. stouts, 3s Id to Is l; Victoiians, 2s 6d to 2s 9d. Wheat: PIrine. 3s -Id to is ill; off samples, 2s Sl to as. Peas, 2s 1id to 3s. Barley, Cape. 2s to 2s :id. The Fresh Food and Frozen Storage Comn pany, Limited, report as follows on Jan. 22nd :-Cheese, sales 3Id to 4.d ; inferior unsaleable. Potted Butter, Is to Is 5d; medium, 9d to Is; old potted 8d to 10d Fresh hutter, Is 5d to Is SI ; good, Is to Is 4:1. Eggs. Is t1ld to Is 1d. Bacon, town sides, 7d to ; ountry, to onr, 4l id. Hamts, town, 81 to 9Fd ; country, 5d to 7d. Baes w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 28 January 1890

Medical. ALL. DISr'A :5E OR LONG STANDING COaI Iri:TI:L.t CIllED D"Y IHERBAL )I_ .NL"TICL TiEATMiE-NT. Chronic Sniufferers Sould not Fail to Co?uslt MR I-I. E. KUGELMATNN COneueltin- IIe:l nli.t :and Ecletic r f0112 .n i 171 \WiL!.2AI S1rRE::T. .IELTBOUIINE. 7ISITS IER.\NG EVErlY n NT1 TI trend nadcerti:e. n.ent fir Dlate.) ; 11. KUGELMANN'S treatment differs ti 1 entirely from all others known, and he has cured more cases of Chronic Disease than alny ten medical men in Australia. Tlousandls of sworn declarations of cases cured can he seeu. Send for pamphlet on Medical Despotisms or Liberty which ? 5;i pages; poet free. This book exposes completely the old style of Mineral Drugging, and expilins the methods of Mr. Kugel mann's Natural Treatment. Read the fol lowiing Testimonial, a sipecimen of thousands more : o!oekyardl Hill (nerar Beaufort) Victoria. 1 j 12 i 'SS. In. II. E. l?rs;r.?axN, Consulting Herbalist, Melbourne. Dear Fir,-As you are publishing sonime sworn declarations o1 ...

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BANQUET TO THE HON. J. L. DOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 28 January 1890

BANQUET TO THE HON. J. L. DOW. +----- A complimentary banquet was tendered it to the -Minister of Land on I'ntrslay a eveningat t he Masonic Hall, Collins-street, t Melbourne, ly his friends, in reeognition of a his efforts to promote the farmning interests c of the colony. The attendance onmbieredl Ii about :50, and included the Minister of c .TJsticer. the Minister of aPublic Instruic tion, Mr. Sargean t, 1..C., andi Mr. Webb. Mr. M1'Coll. Mr. Madden. Mr. Forrest. Mr. Mason. MrI. Fergusotn, ,anid .Mr. Pl'arfitt, M's.L.A. The chair was on- I pied by Mir G. G. Motron, tihe president of tI the i3allarat Agricnltural and Pastotal p Society. ii Afte-r the usual loyal toasts had been proposed and duly holnored, M3r. T. \Vest proposed the toast of " The a Ministry," and alludled to their efforts to ft develop the resources of the colony amd in settle the people on the soii. (lear'. hear.) The toast was well received. Mr Cuthbert, Minister of Justice, in re- c sptnding to the toast, thank...

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LATEST CABLEGRAMS. THE NEW VICTORIAN LOAN. DEATH OF MR. W. F. WALKER. THE SOUTH AFRICAN DISPUTE. TERRIBLE ATLANTIC STORMS. THE "JUBILEE PLUNGER." THE RECENT PRIZE FIGHT. SOCIALISM IN GERMANY. THE LONDON SCANDAL. THE SAMOAN TREATY. IMPERIAL FEDERATION. THE WEST AUSTRALIAN CONSTITUTION. LABOR TROUBLES IN ENGLAND. GENERAL BOULANGER CHALLENGED. SEVERE GALES IN ENGLAND. LONDON, Jan. 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 28 January 1890

LATEST CABLEGRAMS. g THE NE1W VICTORIAN LOAN. DEATH OF . 111. W. 1'. \VAKI.ER. TlHE SOI'TIl AFRICAN IDISPItTE. e, TEIRIRIILE ATLANTIC STORIIS. PI : "J.1 U ILEE PI'UNGEI.' . ail '1IlE RECENT I'RIZE FIGIT'. . SOCIAL.ISM IN (;EIIMANY. 'fIlE LONDON SCANDATL. TIHE SAMOAN 'T'I'?ATIY. SI'PElIlAL. FIIElDATION. S THIE WEST AUSTIRALIAN CONSTITU- P TION. LABOR1 TROUBILES IN ENGLAND. h GENERAL IIOULANGER CHALLEN('EI) s SEVERE GALES IN ENGLAND. (FROMI A.11s5 AND AGE COIIIIESPONDENTS.) S LonDOs, :lan. 22. t ()wing to tile continued scarcity of gold, and the conseqnent dearness of mnonoy in b England, it is considered probable in well- b informed quarters that thie floating of tih F oan of .1,000,000 authorised by tile Vie- i tlriul Parliamlllet will be postponed until na atmore fit?oble ierl ..... .. r a 2:1. The death is announced of Mr \. F.r Walker. late Comnuissioner of Customls, d Victoria. an I exeentice comnissioner for tl that colony at lthe laris Exhibition. Mr Cl Walker ulied at E:astho...

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GUNBOWER. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 28 January 1890

GUNBOWER. K (Frno. OUR'OWN CO:IRESPOSNDET.) The great local sporting event of the year, viz., the annual races, came off on at the 22n,1 inst. We usually have a good Th mister of Korangites at these races, but (cl I did not observe that we were so honored TI thisyoar. I expect the extreme heat of the last six to nine days had an effect upon we our Kerang friendls, and thus provented themii shedding the light of their coun tenance upon us. However, we had a tl very good gathering from the surrounding au neighborhood, and Echuca, Terricks and re Pyramid. also rallied round is in good numbers. Our racecourse, being situated tri upon the borders of Taylor's Creek, there , are plenty of shady nooks to be found tr. amnongst the spreading guns that grow co there, with every convenience for pic- Le iieing, spooning, and so forth, between the o races, and as the day was a warm one re large numbers availed themselves of the at opportunity. The racing, taklenaltogelher, , imay be pronounced as...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 28 January 1890

T'adco Add;QCoes tUE CLOTIIHING CO. J O a I .!.}. mo --1 1S' 11 tTE and1 N JE- G,". ti E , a\ nt\ .... - .. ... Bl e .. +~~F 1 1g . • . '? - - " t , - - ' TCWEEDS COATINGS TWEEDS COATINGS TWEEDS C OATINGS TWEEDS COATINGS. BLUE, anti FANCY SERGES. BLUE And- FANCYt SERCGES. BLUE and FAGNCY SERoC bS. Blu, , ns- l Fa. ncy Serges.f AND ENORMOUS STOCK. OUR OWN IMPORINTG.. THE Assortrmut of SPRING and AT usual we have a large staff of the T Best Cutters WorkmenS ALL 'WOOL TWEED) TROUSERS (to order), 12e Sd. ALL WOOL TWEED SUITS (to order), 46s. WRITE FOR SAMPLES. Two Monthts. J. T. MIDDLETON, General Manager. THOS. M. FRASER T)EGI to inforna the inhabitsntsof Pyramid e1 I Hill a.nd Distriet that, avti: g pur- S chased the business carried on by him for di Mr A. .. .Tones, ihe is prepared to do all descriptions of HARNESS AND SADDLE WORK AT LOWEST PRICES, Combined with best workmanship. SIRST CLASS GENERAL STOCK Llways Y ept on Land. fERANG I{OTEL JOHN CULLEN. PROPRIETOR. BSST WINES AND SPI...

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Kerang Times. Published Tuesdays and Fridays, WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. TUESDAY, JANUARY 28, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 28 January 1890

Published Tuesdays and Fridays, WITH \i\EKLY SUPPLEMIEmT. TUSI:I.I Y, .JANUARY 23, ISO0. FouxuATIOx D.Y.-Yesterday,being the 103rd annt:iversary of the foundation of the Australian colonies, was observed as a public and bank holiday. All the bank, and public offices in the town were closed, and the customary arrangements were observed in the post and telegraph office, liut otherwise no indications of a Illiday were observable, business in other retsectsprieeding as usual. At Pyramid Hill a sports gathering,under the auspices of the local athletic club, combined with a demonstration in favor of the B]oort to Eclhuca, sia Pyramid Hill, Railway Line, took place. A report of the proceedings will appear in due course. Acr?IIs AGAINST TIrE TRtGOW'EL TRUST. -As a result of the representations of the parties concerned in the case of Garvin ngainst the Tragowel Pllains Irrigation and Water Supply Trust, for the recovery of £200 compensation for damages done to plai:titl's property through hi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 28 January 1890

Legal. CONNELLY AND TATCHELL, SOLICITORS, ELDON CHAMBERS, WELLINGION ST., KERANG. and at Sandhurst and Melbourne. TRUST MONEYS TO LEND, sums of £100 and upwards, on Frechol d or Crown Leacehold Securities. £10,000 TO LEND, In one sum, on Freehold Security. BROWN, ELLISON & CO (Members :-T. S. IOBDAY ; C. FRED. KEN XEDY; MYLEMS O'BmxIE.) OLICITOR1S, CONVEYANCERS, PROC TORS : ATTORNEYS, WELLINGTON STREET, KERANG MYLES O'PREIEN, Conmissioner for Affi. davits. £47,000 TO LEND, in various suns, On Freehold anln Leasehold Securities. LOWEST INTEREST. THE Office is under the personal manage ment of M3YLES O'IIIIEN, above named. Private address-CULLEN'S HOTEL. SAYNDHURST MASONIC AUT UNION. (Inl Accordance with Act No. 532.) 10,000 TICKETS AT 10i (id EIACII. FIRIST PRIZE. :1000. SECONDI PIIZE, £500. Third Prize. £200; Fourth Prize, £100. 2 Prizes at £50 cach ; 75 Prizes fromn £20 to £2 ; and 539 Prizes at £1 each, consisting ofvaluable Oil and Water-color Paintings, and other works o...

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KERANG POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, 24TH JAN., 1890. (Before Major Bartrop, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 28 January 1890

KERANG POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, 24TH JAN., 1890. (Before Major Bartrop, P.M.) McCarthy v. D. Flinn, goods sold and delivered, £6 7s 2d. Order fr r amount with 15s costs, payable by fortnightly instalments of ?C1 each. Murphy Bros. v. Susannah Lucas, goods sold and delivered, £1 15s lld. Mr. Hughes for complainant. Order for amount, with 15s costs. Alexander Arbuthnot v. J. Lalor, tim her so-l nanl delivered, £33 16s ld. Mr. O'Brien for complainant and Mr. Hughes instructed by Messrs. Connelly and Tatchell, for defendant. An objection was taken to the insufficiency of the par ticulars of demand, and the case was postponed until 21st February, on pay. aont of :2 11s Gd costs to defendant. Peacock v. O'Hern. Balance due for work and labor done. Mr. Hughes (in structed by Messrs. Connelly and Tat- chell) for defendant. The complainant alleged that Iho was employed by the defendant at 25s a weelk-that he had worked for soeveon weeks and had only been paid at the rate of 20s poc week. The de...

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