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DUTY ON LIVE STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 19 July 1889

DUTY ON LIVE STOCK. ,In; the Legislativse Assembly, on Wed nsilay, B?id 'inst., the debate, on thle notion proposed by Mr. Webb, in the absence of Mr. 1MI Oull, against allowing i. any drawback of duty on live stock im-' ported, if the stock werer not exported vwithin h7 days fr'tnrJlm tine of, implort, thl Minister of 9 stottls being allowed to c grant an extensiolt of titio not exceeding seven days (adjourned from June 12th) c was resumled. s Mr. MColl said lie had to acknowledge Stmlho kindness of: the honorable member e for:lodney (Mr' 3Webb) in ,proposing the motion in his alsende, and also the s ability with which he submitted the pro position. The question bf drawback of duty on live stock was not so much'a s question concerning revenuen and customs, s althoilgh it touched partly on: this, as it, was a question of trying to bring an evil iswhich had affected the northern districts e for a great number of years to an end, or, at any rate, pmtting somte check upon it. .The occu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 19 July 1889

Dnes.es.-A very choice selection of the newest Dress Goods, and the latert novelties in braid; silk and other trimmings, are now being. shown by Manning and Co., View Point, Sandhi?rst. Ladies are invited to in spect these Goods,. as also to patronise the irmn's new Dressmaker (who for a nunlber of year was was head fitter and cutter with tis late irnn of Messrs. Alston and Browin). from whom something very stylish may be ex pecte I. Miss Iteardon is still in charge of our mantle room, and is very busy executing orders for Se.l Jackets and Waterproof Ulsters, the 'two great wants for the winter season.--fAnvT.) Wanted. ?/ITANTED, European Gardener. Must lhave knowledge of fruit trees and vegetables. Apply at once by letter, Barlhan Station, Koondrook. 9250 TORCHLIGHT PROCESSION,: AUGUST 9TH. Notices. KERANG CROWS,. AUG. 9. SHIRE OF SWAN IIILfL. KERANG & KOONDROOK TRAMWAY. OPENING CER-EMONY. TIIE above Tramway will be opened for Traffic on Friday, the 19th July, inst., by the...

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MEETING OF DIRECTORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 19 July 1889

MEETING OF DI)IREOLCTORS. Presont-M?esss.e . II . I Harrison, Jno. Lake, P. ?Westblade,W. Lake and C. Troy. It was resolved'lon. the motion of. Mr. F. Westblado; ,that..?lr. Jno.. Lake., be lcto:ld chairman for 'the term: endidg November, 18990;- and further, oon the motion of AIr. Hanrison, that Mr. .'< iM. Aitken bto appointed: secretairy to the coltpany. ; Mpr.: Iarrison ;moved that all esliarbs applied for uli to,date bo' allotted ini full. Seconided by AMr. Troy. anid carried. r Oa the motion of Mr. 'Westblaide, eccon. ded Iby Mr.-Harison,, te secretary ?ans ticcorded power to allot shares.h:n ?; r ie "-A long disenssiomensnotd as tofthto. tosl suitableo uilding to. have erected,, and it was finaly' deidledi that' priceso : first obtained as to.:tho! probable coot of a bitildinig iequ;ired. : The meeting then' closed.

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. DAIRY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 19 July 1889

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.: DAIRY PRODUCE. The butter and egg market is fairly sup plied. Prices for the former are now quoted at 10d per Ib for good quality, and. for the latter at is Gd per dozen.

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MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 19 July 1889

JETLDOUitE r1IODUQE MAitKET. 1 . . Tuesday Messrs. linny Nicoll and Co., chaff nmer chants, 56 Spencer-st., report :-The large arrivals of chaff at Spencer-street have caused a glut in thie market, and prices have receded fully 10s per ton. Our quotations for prime green, well cut, and clean samples are up to £75s; medium, from £5 to £6(; inferior, from £3 10s upwards, according to quality. Wheaten straw chaff from £2 17s 6d to £3 7s 6d ; oaten up to £ 3 17s 6d. All quotations bags included. Prime chafling hay is worth from £6 10s to £L 15s ; feed hay up to £7 5s ; oats (New Zealand), Is 3d; Victorians, s 11ll ; wheat, 5s 6'd ; maize, 4s 5d ; peas, 4s lid; bran, is d ; pollard, sl 4d.

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MURRABIT WEST BUTTER AND CHEESE FATORY CO., LTD. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 19 July 1889

MURRABIT WEST BUTTER AND CHEESE FATORY CO., LTD. (1Y OURI OWN I:PomPTER.) A general meeting of shareholders in the above company wai held at MArrabit on 'Tneslay last. Mr,-L. 1F. Westbladd was voted to the chair. The minutes of the previous meeting were real and confirmed. CoIlIt.ESPOlENCIIS ' Front the Garringong'Dairy Co., -Ltd., New South Wales, giving a description of the building that would he most suitable fori the district. lReceived. From Messrs. AWanlgh and Josephson, engineers, Sylney, a similar communi.1t tion. Received... Fromn Fresh Food .nd I:o Company, Sydney, forwarding patiphlet on dairying in AuStralasia.. Received. E.I.IECGrIIO OFtIIlECTOltS. . l[r. M[. ltoake proposed that. Messrs. H. 12. It.rris,...Tn ,,.. Lle.o,-?'...\Vestbladeo C. Troy, WVm. Lake, G. Adams and I. Beun nett Ie the directors f6r the present term ending November..., The motion 'was seconded by Mr. G. Ashwin and carriied. The general menting then adjourned.

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MYSTIC PARK RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 19 July 1889

MYSTIC PARK RACES. [ii OUR OWN RErPORTER.] President-Mr t. R. G. Wood. Vice president--Mr. John Cullen, J.P. Judge --Mr. William Wood, J.P. Stewards Messrs. D. M'Intosh, Jas. Treacy. A. D. Bell, John Baird, W. Doyle and Dr. Austin. Starter--1r. C . Yeo, Hatllicapper ah G. Vowlrs. (!lerk of Scales--3Ir. W. Doyle. Clerk of Course-?Mr. r. l Ash. The annual race liieeting of the Mystic Park Jockey Club and Trotting Associa tion took plach on Weifiesday ois the Mystic uark racddnsi-se. .'ie weather was beautifully fine, and the :track, after the late rains, in splendid condition. The course is nicely situated and at any time looks very pretty, but now, with the grass so abundant and green, it is at its best. An excellent lumcheon was, as usual, pro vided b iy r. Bell. The arrangements were all well carried out, and no time was lost between the races. MIr. Wm. Wood, J.P., acted as judge for the first two events, but as lte then had- to leasve, the duty was transferied to Mr. R. Crawford, ...

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LATEST CABLEGRAMS. THE LATE PRIZE FIGHT. THE SCULLING CHAMPIONSHIP. GOVERNMENT OF WEST AUSTRALIA. THE PARNELL COMMISSION. THE WIMBLEDON RIFLE MEETING. GREAT FLOODS IN CHINA. ANOTHER WHITECHAPEL MURDER. LONDON, JULY 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 19 July 1889

LATEST CABLEGRAMS.. THE LATE PRIZE FIGHT. THE SCULLING CIHAMPIONSHIP. GOVERNMENT OF WEST AUSTRALIA. THE PARNELL COMMJIISSION. 'THE WImBLEDON 1RI'LE MEETING. GREAT FLOODS IN tIIINA. ANOTHER WRIIITECIIAPEL MURDER. S(FRnoMr Au S AND AOn connasroxExTrs.) LosDos, JULY 15. The efforts of the police to discover the whereabouts of John L. Sullivan and Jake Eilrain, the principals in the late prize fight at New Orleans, have proved unsue cessfal. 3oth men are lelieved to be kept in hiding by their friends. It was re ported that Sullivan had been arrested, but the report proved to have been pre mature. Searle, the New South Wales oarsman. has signed the artidle$ in connection with thlle mnalch against O'Connor, fdr the clham pionshiip. Searle lins also entered as a competitor for the Sprlorsun Cup. S ihe bill granting constitutional govern ";' noti t b'?thiacolon2,'_ o/f.at A1ntrnlit,; r which was recently introduced by" Loid Knisitsford. Secretary of State for the t Colonies, in the House of...

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PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 19 July 1889

PA RLIAMENT. The Legislatlive Conceil cvan occupied during the :whole of its sitting on Tcesiday 'iti the fiii thtier cnsibleration in coni initee of the Public ilealth Bill. Betfore the clauses swero procee:led with, Mr. Outhlert took the opportunity of referrilg to the confieionce of ,iliniicialities which was held in Melbourne list week, at which the bill was condnmned. Hie ce.' pressed his su'rprise at the result of tito ' deliberations of that conference. Instead of considering the bill in a reasonab!o cspirit, cand rsuggesting aiilendmentst the - conferenco seemed to have been carried away by an itn ctrpltdat, speech by tihe tOwn clerk of Melbourne. ltegarding the objections which were raised to the bill at t conference, the said that tihe necessity of.iunel liata action beinitakent to remedy the fearfuily insanitary state of the .metropolis eemoes tothave been quits oIverloiltied by the delegates, :Parliameint had alrca.ly refulsed to grant extended powers to the Central BIoa...

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THE PUBLIC SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 19 July 1889

+ TTHE PUDnLIc 'SERnvic.-The Govern ment' itatist 'lasi prepared an elaborate Sre"turn for the informationof :Parliament showing th6 nuimber of. persoiss engaged in the public service -in Victoria, and the aniount of salariei paid to them.; The .list embraces not only persons employed on the railways, butt the iaval and military forces (including Naval Brigade and Militia), teachers, deputy registrars, police, country postmasters-including all wvhd receive payment from the Govern ment. The total number is 31,247 ; the' annual amount paid to them is £8,.452,857, or an average of £110 10s. Oq~ peL head. The return shows that one person in every 32 of the population is in the receipt of pay from the Govern ment, at a cost to the community of £3 Us. U .d. per head.

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COHUNA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 19 July 1889

COHUNA. (FrRO OUII ow COIeRSImosxDENsr.) A meeting of the Cohlnua and Ehnore Railway League was held at Thlinnas' Hotel, Cohuna, on Saturday evening, Mir. J. Gibbins being in the chair. Mr. J. Walsh, the lion secretary, read the minutes of the previous meeting and correspondence since received which were approved. Messrs. Gibhins and Kirwan reported the resilt of" the deniiation to the Premier. Everything selnted favorable as to" the construction of a line front citlher Elmhnoro, Bagshot or IInltly, but it was necessary to keep united and watchful. A hearty vote of thanks was accorded Mr. al'Coll for his coinrtoes and attention to the deopntation. Those present, who had not previoisly pai, haitnded in their subscriptions. To this necccessary call the residents very generously responl. Of course in every commnunity there are drones, and some of this class may be found nt Cohnnn, and thelse are frequently the noisiest if their personal advantages ire not complied with. There was thent...

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PINE HILLS IRRIGATION AND WATER SUPPLY TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 19 July 1889

PINE HILLS IRRIGATION AND. WATER SUPPLY TRUST. " (01' OUR OW.N itei'owTI?It.) SThe usual monthly meeting of the above trust was held at the chairman's 1 residence on Wednesday last. Present- The chairman (Cm,. Ferguson), and Cmrs. Cadusch, Morrison and lieharry. The minutes of.tlle prcvious meeting were readi ld 'confillea', CORRhESPONDi5 NCi1. • From Water Suppl Departnlent, stat ihig thiat li' iiniste hbiad aRpiiporved df the officers appointed by the trust and of I the rates of remuneration proposed to be paid.them. Received. From same, intimating tlhat cciuilt forwarded bytlhe trust? s ould not be passed 1 for payment until the trust'sseal had been : allixed thereto. Attended to by secretary. From same (telegram), notifying that trust's application for an advance of, .200 had been approved, and. asking thait clhinm duly signed and. .sc led be forwarded. Received. From . TH M?IPCol1,.P., to the effect that he had made application to the Minister of Lands for a supply of trees for...

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MR. GILLIES' FINANCIAL STATEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 19 July 1889

Mn. GILLIES', FFI ANCI L ST ATE M NT., The Prenuier' will 'deli, or his fiinancial stateimet in-the Legislative Asserbly on Thiirsdy ietu; 2511th inst.: .".. .

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DEATH OF MR. ROBERT STRICKLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 19 July 1889

DEATH OF MR. ROBERT STRICK LAND. The announcement of the demise of Mr. Robert Strickland, who, as late police   magistrate for the North-western district, was well known in Kerang, will be re ceived with widespread feelings of regret. In Sandhurst, where he had resided for the last 35 years, he was very popular. He was born at Bristol, England, in 1833, and was therefore 56 years of age at the time of his death. He arrived in Victoria in 1853, and a year later found him in the Bendigo goldfield. In 1855 he joined the late Mr. George Aspinall and Mr. Richard   Williamson in a butchering establishment, which was carried on successfully until 1862. He was then elected to the Assem bly, succeeding Mr. D. W. Donovan, now town clerk of Sandhurst, and when his term of service expired in 1864 he de clined to again offer himself as a candi date. Mr. Strickland afterwards engaged in the brewing trade. He then went into   the service of the State in the m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 19 July 1889

. oioiowlv's P.s.s.' - Indigcvtion.-loaw much thought has been bestowed, and what voluminous treatises have been written, upon this universal and distressing disease, which is with certainty and safety dispelled without fear of relapse by a course of this purifying, soothing and tonic medicine. It acts directly on the stomach, liver and bowels-thenlin directly, though no less effectively, on the brain, nerves, vessels and glands, introducing such order throughout the entire system that harmony dwells between each organ and its functions. Dyspepsia need no longer be the bugbear of the public, since IIolloway's Pills are fully competent to subdue tihe most chronic and distressing cases of impaired digestion, and to restore the miserable suf .erer.tohealth, strength and cheerfulness. (Addt.) T I? I I RIRGABLE ESTATES COMPIANY, . .... .... . L td., Hava Land for Sale in parishes Tragowel and faonorna, and Farms to let in lien jeroop and Murrabit West, etc., etc.' LIBERAL TERMS. Apply Ma...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 19 July 1889

Legal. BROWN, ELLISON. & CO., SOLICITORS, WELLINGTON STREET, KERANG M R. ARTHUR ESPINASSE, Managing Clerk to the above airm, will attend at their ollies every Monday, Tuesday, and Friday evening, from 7 till 10 o'clock, for tIle purpose of interviewing clients. CONNELLY AND TA'rCHEILL, SOLICITORS, CONVEYANCERS, PROCTORS AND LEGAL AGIENT WELlINGTON. ST.,. KEIIANG, and at Sandhurst and Melbourne. TRUST MONEYS TO LEND, sums of £100 and upwards, on Flreehohl or Crown Leasehold Securities. £10,000 TO LEND, In one sum, on Freehold Security. Mr Wm.J. Rogers Davidson, our managing clerk, may be consalteddaily, between 9 a.im and 5 p.m., at above address. Private address - Cadusch's Commercial otel. NOTICE. 'A LIFE SENTENCE A NEW NOVEL, by a new author, is con tiued in ' FAMILY HERALD PART FOR MAY, whichi contains also the ?otiinnation of .LORD . ELWYN'S DAUGHTER: A NEW NOVEL. Also Complete Stories, Essays; Answersto Corresporidents, Cookery, Miscellanea, Enig. mns, Charades, Riddles...

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Kerang Times. Published Tuesdays and Fridays. WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 19 July 1889

Published Tuesdays and Fridays.,. " TIT WVEEK?LY S?PLEMENT. FIUDIAY T'JULY-1 9, 1889. SrnnIi 'The openhiig of the :leb S. r o o k 1ang and `Koon1lrook Tmmrnwtu. traullay takes place to day, and must be reiarded as an event of great local importance and of con' siderable interest to the public at large. For the line is the first which has been completed -under the Country Tiu-, ways Act, proving.that that measure is not unworkable, and its successful constuiiction :"'ill give an impetus to many undertakings of a, siinilar cliar acter I already projected withoulit the Shire of Swan' Hilll and o till, coim mencement !of. one or. twoi other lines of tramwiiy withiin this' distri t which are very. urgently needed:; ' " :`" Tile ratepayers ihave every reason to feel miore thain satisfied withl the con duct of their, iminicipal and Parlia nientary. representatives in" connexion with the line which will be taken over to-day by the Tramway Trust. From the time when' the construction "of a tr...

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KERANG TIMES PUBLISHING COMPANY, LIMITED. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 19 July 1889

TCRIiANs TIMES "'UBLISIIN'I Cor03PAN?, LIMrrrED.--The first lilfylearly Imeeting :of shareholders in. the borvo company will be held at the Kl.:r.xa Timrs office, Victoria Street, Korang, on Tesdlay, 30th July, at 3 o'clock..p.m., to receive and adopt the directors' report and balance shecet; declare dividend; and transact any other business that liay be brought before the meeting, of which dlo notice shall ha:ve been given. The transfer books are closeod during tihe fourteen days imimo liately preceding the meeting. TiE SPAunnow NussANc.-I The follow ing,l circular with .reference to this smlject has beon -receied- by the -sec roetary of the : Konn + tgrienllural Society, from the secretiary to the Bal larat Society :--I -havo thie honor, by direction, to call the attention of yo:ur society io the ?ondrtitoms injury inflieted,l lvi sparrows ihn the angrienmiturio l distri:ts, of thl colony, ,nnlitlhe. nrgent necessity which existsl to uste prerly effort to destroy the formidattle e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 19 July 1889

Trade Addresses. , 'tHE WHOLESALE CLOTHING CO. ý ý' ýdtrtck Z'et TWEEDS COATINGS TWEEDS COATINGS TWEEDS COATINGS TWEEDS COATINGS. BLUE and FANCY SERGES. BLUE and' FANCY SERGES. BLTUE and FANCY SERGES. Blue and Fancy Serges. AND. ENOR MOUS STOCK. OUR OWN IMPORTING. TýIEE Assortment of BPRING an 1 SUMMER.GOOD3 is beyond' donbt the best ever seen in the colonies. As usual we have ha large staff of the fBest Cutters a&Workmen S IN VICTORIA. .ALL WOOL TWEED TROUSERS (to:order), 12e Gd. 'ALL WOOL TWEED SUITS (to order), 46s. WRITE FOR SAMPLES. Our Traveller Visits the District every Two Months. J. T. MIDDLETON, General SMan ger. .E. Ml COOK COLONIAL WINE SHADES If you want a cool drink come to The Sleades.. 1 ?IM. Conk. having recently visited t he o. via yard, at Sandhu st, Yandoit ard Albury, selected a large stork of FIRST-CLASS COLONIAL WINES, and is offering them at PRICFS WICIr DEFT CJIMPETITIO\. COJL SUMMER -DRINKS ALWAYS KEPT. FIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATION. GOOD STABLING. Agen...

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SANDHURST LIVE STOCK MARKET. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 19 July 1889

SANDHIUiST LIVE STO?K MAURKET. Tuesday. ,Messrs. It. O'Neill and Co. report: Cattle.-481 fat, 251.stores, and 129 calves comprised thisweek's supply, and in point of quality was the best yarding we have had for some considerable time. Thelre' was a largo attendance of local and outside buyers, but owing to the heavy supply prices on the whole were somewhat easier than last week's exteme rates. We quoted-est pens of bullocks, £10 to £12 s ; seconds, £7 to £9; cows, £5 10s to £7 15s; and harve sold outside during the week. 80 store bullocks at a satisfactory price. Calves.-129 plennel. Principally good and prime quality. lBest sold to £5 12 Gld ; others, £3 to £4. Sheep. -3909 yarded. Quality of fats chiefly good matton with a few pens prime. There was a fair attendance of the trade, and fol lowing last week's short supply, all were cleared early at prices about equal to last weoek's extreme rates. We quote-Crossbred wethers, 14s to 17s; ewes, 11s to 14s Gd; merino wethers, 10s id1 to...

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