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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 31 January 1890

TO THE DEAF. The description of a simple, remedy, by which a person ha.s just been completely cured of deafness and noises in the, head of Ot:TT YEr ? s?R' ST.SsAtt, can be had free of charge on application verbally or by letter to N ICII OTSON, 175 William Street. Melbourne. Hiorr.oWAY's Prrs.s.- ervl-osness and want of Energy.-W\hen first tile nerves feel un strung.atnd listlessness supplants energy, the time has come to take some such alterative as IHollowav's Pills to restrain a disorder fiom developing itself into a disease. These excellent Pills correct all irregularities and weaknesses. They act so kindly, yet so energetically, on the functions of digestion and assimilation, that. the \.whole body is revived, the blood rendered richer and purer, while the muscles become firmer and stronger. and the nervcus and rlisorbent systems are invigorated. These Pills are suitable for all classes and all ages. They lhave a most marvellons effect on persons who are out of condition ; the...

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GARVIN V. THE TRAGOWEL TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 4 February 1890

GARVIN V. THE TRAGOWEL TRUST. The arbitration case of Garvin Bros. versus the Tragowel Plains Irrigation and Water Supply Trust was resumed before Major Bartrop, P.M.i in the Warden's Coulrt House, Sandhurst, on Tliursday: sir. Kirby .appeired fdr lthe lilaintiffs, and Dr. Quick, instructed by Messrs. Coinelly and Tatehell, for the deferidant trust. The cross-examination of Samuel Garvin was resumed by Dr. Quick. The claim for damage done by the January flood was dis posed of on the previous day, and the learned ductor proceeded to question the witness in regard to tile damage done by the June flood. The plaintiff stated that there was more damage done to the haystack by the second flood than by the first. The June flood rose U inches higher than the one in January. The water remained on.thle land for two days. Tile stock stood in tite same place; The damage was increased, because the bay had colidified and sank down. It sank fotir feet lower than it was in January. There were three...

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
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COURTS FOR FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 4 February 1890

COURTS FOR FEBRUARY. Tihe fllowing are tle ;1ppoii;;eiots of' MIr. Taylor, P.M1., for the ensuing month : Tuesday, 4th, Sandhnist, Licensing Court. Wednesday, 5th, Kerang. Thliursday, 6th, Swiin lijll, orevision court. Friday. tth, Kerang, revision court., Saturday, 8th,-Swan: -lill, licensing court. Monday; 10th, iorang. :licensing court. Toesday, -11th, Tarnagull i, revision court. . : ... Wednesday, 12th, XeWddcrburn, revision court. Thurislay, 13tl ]BoorI, revision court.: Friday, 14th, Ingleod o?ision court. Saturday, 15th Ciarlton, licennsing court. Monday, l7thl, lay3vood. : Wednesday, 10th Kierlg:'.i: Thursday; 20th, ;Pyrainid Huill, srevision court. nFriday;i21st, Ierang.: . : Saturday, 22nd,: astlenaiine licensing. court, and ,lsldon coinrt .: ?. TLnesdayi.:25tt-, Serpentdine e.ision 'Wonliesday;; 26thi;. ychlierroo , revision c o u r t .`; , - .r-: :: . ,i . . : . Friday; :28th , ,Sanidhuiet ; - Inglheood;" licensing coirt;, : i.lil .Ma.\iSrchl-Saturday, let Eclin alicens...

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FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 4 February 1890

FRIDAY. John M' Leod, a farmer residing at Durham Ox, deposed that M'tLeod's Creek and the placde called 11'Leod's dam (which was in reality a tank) was included in his property, which lies to the south of Oitlmour's swamp. iJe had resided there for 2-5 years, and sunk the dam in 1879. He remembered the Tragowel Trust coming on to his land by arrangement between him and ,Ir. Starr, the trust's engineer. The channel when made was diverted round the back of the tank, where witness bhad asmall dam holding water in his creek. The trust used the enbankment of witness' dam as the east bank of their channel. They added to the width and height of the embankment. The effect of that addition to the bank was to block the waters of the creek. When the embankment was being constructed, towards the end of 1886, witness had a conversation with Mr. Starr. Witness asked him what provision ihe was going to make for flood waters. Starr replied," Oh, no flood waters come down this creek." Witness told ...

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STATE OF THE RIVERS. HEIGHT ABOVE SUMMER LEVEL. [BY TELEGRAPH.] Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 4 February 1890

STATE OF THE RIVERS. HEiaGH AIIOVE SUMMER LEVEL.. . LBY 'TELEGRAPIH.] Monday. umuo. . ft. i. Albury .. .. No report Echuca '.. . · 0 0 Swan Bill . . ..4 9 Eustoi .. . . Seymour:, . . G 3E00MuRuIrDOEE. Wagga . 1 4 DAaINGranald 07. Menindie .. .. .. 1( : Wentworth .. .. .. 7 8 Wilcannia .. .. .. 10 0

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 4 February 1890

CR I C KE T. --~---- The following team has beeoon selected to represent Kerang in the Ctip niatdhl to be pllaycd hi the slidiy ysrds di SAttdiday next, tlb i ti i , ur!st:'Messrs: Stringer lJyill, Marks, Saline, Crawforid, 'ruman; Scrivno, Tregeti, Elighf, C ,Helms and Dr. Stolker. Emergencile-- Rundle; Hos king anid A" lJities. Tihe above players are requested to turn out to practice on Wednesday and Friday next, at 3 p.m. The Intercolonial cricket match was finished on Thursday, although tile Vie torian team ne'er abalidoned the hose of whining uintil they saw the iodund at 12 o'cldck. Tli'o pitch liid been sodkdd; and it wdi inipossille lo ejileCt tlie bowlers to do aniytlhing on it. The umpires declared it to be fit for play, hewever, and after the Victorians went into the field it took ten minutes to place, the men, sdgreoat vas the caution exercised. Tremble had .to start the bowling in the teeth of a gale of wind, and there was but one man on the off side. It was impossible ...

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RIFLE MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 4 February 1890

S RIFLE:MATCIiES.... A match took place at the local ranges on Saturday last, amongst members of the Kerang Rifle Club, for a trophy proe sented by the Rev. F. J. Wilkin. The conditions of the match Vere-seven shits anit one sighter at 400 yards, military position (sitting), the winner to make 32 or over out of a possible 35 to gain the prize, re-entries allowed, but no com petitor to shoot twice consecutively. Ten riflemen took part, and an interesting contest resulted, each member, with two exceptions, firing three times; but, al though several good scores were made, the limit fixed by the committee (82) was not reached, and the competition will, consequently, be repeated on Saturday week, the 15th inst., at 500yds, under similar conditions, forward position, when, no doubt, the ownership of the trophy will be decided, Three mem bers made 80 or over, viz ---Messrs. J. Coleman (31 and80), J; W. Stranger (30), and J. G. Rundle (30), while lMessrs. Rattray and Mackeddie, each with a ...

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
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LATEST CABLEGRAMS. THE ENGLISH DERBY. DIVORCE REFORM IN AUSTRALIA. THE BRAZILIAN REPUBLIC. EMIN PASHA'S HEALTH. THE "JUBILEE PLUNGER." CANADA AND THE EMPIRE. ENGLAND AND PORTUGAL. THE LONDON DOCK LABORERS. THE RUSSIAN DEFENCES. SHE RECENT PRIZE FIGHT. LONDON, Jan. 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 4 February 1890

LATEST CABLEGRAMS. ----«~--:- * THE ENGLISH DERIBY. DIVORCE REFORM IN AUSTRALIA. THE DRAZIEIAle IREPUBLriC; EMIN] PASHA'S HEIALTHI. THE " JUBILEE PLUNGER." CANADA AND TIIE EBIPIRE. ENGLAND AND PORTUGAL.. THE LONDON DOCK LABORERi. THE RUSSIAN DEFENCES; SiE RECENT PRIZE FIGHT: (FROM ARGUS AND AGE CORIIESPOXDENTS,) LOXDOX, Jan. 28. Mr. James White's two Auntralian horses entered for the English Derby, Kirkham and Noarallan, are improving in public favor, especially Narellan. No d finite decision las yet been arrived at by the Imperial authorities relative to tihe bill passed during the last session of the Vietrmian Parliament to reform the divorce laws, and which has been sub mitted for the royal assent. . Lord Knuts" for.l, the Secretary df State for thl Cnlo:iies, expects to receive ly tli in coming Australian mail columunications from the Premiers of the different colonies indicating whether there is any likelihood of a uniform law of divorce being adopted throughout Australia. Wlhe...

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BENJEROOP. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 4 February 1890

BENJEROOP. (FROM OUR owS CORRESPONDENT.) The steamer Princess, recently pur chased by Mr. J. H. Dennis, of "Melool station, and fitted up by that gentleman with an eighteen-inch centrifugal pump for the purpose of irrigating his property, sank at her moorings in the Murray a few days ,ago. It is not yet exactly known how the accident happened. She was left ini an apparently safe condition in the evening, and next morning was found to be under water. It is probable that shie sprang a leak sufficiently serious to cause her to fill up during the night. As sithe is one of the largest boats on the river, the labor and expense of raising her will doubtless be very great. A harvest home festival was held in the local Baptist Church on Thursday evening last. The church was nicely decorated with evergreens, various cereals and other cultivated plants. The Rev. F. .. Wilkin delivered an interesting address, taking for his subject, " Grasses aul Grain-growing Plants." At the con. clusion of th...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KERANG FLOUR MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 4 February 1890

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KERA-G FLOUR MILLS. JMr. Thos. Hall reports the price of wheat as follows:-Fair milling to prime 2s lld to 3s lid.

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MELBOURNE MARKET REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 4 February 1890

MELBOURNE MIARKET RtEnSPnTS. Messrs. It. Langford and Co., Fish Market, Melbourne, report the following sales for the week ending January 3lst:-Salmon,3s Gd to 14s; mullet, Ss to 2.ls; strangers, Os to 9s; gards. Gs to 10s Gd; pike, 7s to 17s; bream, Os to 21s; dozen trout, 4s to 13s; pilchards, is Gd to 3s; eels. 2d to 3d per lb; Murray cod and perch, 1id to Gl4 per lb rabbits, 4s to 13s dozen pairs; hares, is Gd to 3s per brace; tame fowls, 3s Od to Is 3d; dlucks, 4s to 4.s Gd ; geese, 5s; black duck, 9'd to :;s Gd brace; teal, 3d to 3s; hard head, ld to 2s Gd; wild duck, 3d to is 7d; widgeon, 3d to 10d ; black wing, 5d to is dd; wild turkey, 7s to I5s each ; coots, Gd; mountain duck, Is Gd to 2s 9d.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 4 February 1890

Medical. ALL DISEAESES OF LONG STANDING COM ( PLeTELY CURED BY HERBAL MAGNETIC TREATMENT. Chronic Snfferers Should not Fail to Consult MR-H. E. KUGELMANN Consnltino Merbnlt and Eclectic Of 172 not 171 WILLIAM STREET, MEILBJOURNE. 'ISITS KERANG EVERY ONTII t real advertise ment for Dates.) ?? IR. KUGELM3ANN'S treatment differs entirely from all others known, and he has cured more cases of Chronic Disease than any ten medical men in Australia. Thousands of sworn declarations of cases cured can be seen. Send for pamphlet on Medical Despotisms or Liberty which ? 56 pages; post free. This book exposes completely the oli style of Mineral Drugging, and explains the methods of Mr. Kugel mann's Natural Treatment. Read the fol lowing Testimonial, a specimen of thousands more:? Stockyard Hill (near3eaufort) Victoria. 1 12 1 '88. MIn. H. E. KuoEatx.ix, Consulting Herbalist, Melbourne. Dear Sir,-As you are publishing some sworn declarations of cases cared, I wish to send you a statement of my ca...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 4 February 1890

TO TIIE DEAF. Thie description of a simple remedy, by which a person has just been completely cured of deafness and noises in the head of ronRT rars' ssrIs?xo, can be had free of charge on application verbally or by letter to NIC H OLSON. 175 William Street, Melbourne. ~ -TANTED, Good Girl as nurse and use ,' fol. Wages, 10a per week. Apply Mrs. Cullen, Kerang IHotel. 470 Notices. IKERANG- AND KOONDROOK TRA31 WAY. SUNDAY EXCURSIONS. N excursion Tramn will be run on Sun. day, the 16th February, and every alternate Sunday, leaving Kerang at 2 o'clock and Konndrook.on the return journey,at 5.30 p.m. Return fares,,s ; children under 15, is Gd. (By order), 406 D. G. RATTRAY, Manager. NOTIC E. A NY Stock found trespassing in paddocks known as Garden'-s, Heylett's and Fletcher's, or grazing block No. 3,585( ad joining, will be imlpounded after this date. A. & T. A. CORMACK. Gannawaria, Feb. Ist, 18'30. 463 NOTICE. A LL Persons allowing Stock to graze on block No. 3,917, known as Ca...

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SPORTS AT PYRAMID HILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 4 February 1890

SPORTS AT PYRAMID HILL. On Monday, 97th ult. (Foundation Day) the first spidrts gathering undei the atiuidce of the Pyramnid Hill Athletic Club; with .ildemoustration in 'favor of the prop'osed Boorf to Ecliuca(vi: PyranLiid Hill) ,railway line,, took place at the local Agricultural Show Gronnds. It is estiuated that over 700 persons were present, the sum I aken at the gates amonnt ing to upwards of £40., and it is` .antici pated that the proceeds will clear all expenses, while there may even be a sur plus remaining. T'he lnncheon preceding the sports was partaken.of in one of the- rooms on the ground, tle titteidance thereat being larga. The chair wtis occupied by Dr. Dersvin (president of tlhe Athletic Club), and tl? vice-chair by Mr. John M'Kay (prcsident of the Vigilanlce Cosnismitlee.) Amongst those Iresent were Mesras. 1M'Loll and Taverner, MIs.L.A., and Mr. W. F. Sheri dan, Gordon shire secretary, an:d hl,. secretary to the Northern Grand June tion Railway League ; Cr. Cnllen...

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ACTION TO RECOVER WATER RATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 4 February 1890

ACTION. TO RECOVER WATER RATES At the Charlton Police Court on Thllr (lay, before afoss; s; d-. TAyidr, P.i?. chairniari) Itiso; Sdtherldnt aild .ig; I Js.P.; i inlpdrtdldt test caso-=- r. J.E Irwin, as Receiver for the Biard ot Land and Works, veisus OW. "Willinis;, wvter rates due, d£2 O.-=was heard, Mr. Sherard appeared for plaintiff, and Mr. Barrett for defendant. Mr. Barrett, at the outset, claimed that 1 Mr. Irwin had no powetr itiddr the Act to seorofo tlheIo raIts; There was no pro vision made for to Appdintnient 6f a Receiveri , ,except through the Supreme Court. The l e i~ iasi trilt l1y the Avoca WAter Trust, the Board of Land and Works foreclosed on a mortgage;, and he hal looked through the .Acts ad, could find nothing to justify Mt. Iwini* suing in that court as a receiver. He would like to know what section the summons was issuen under. aMr. Sherard said he was suing under section 90 of Act 946, which provides that under the mortgage the Board of Land and Works could ...

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COHUNA IRRIGATION & WATER SUPPLY TRUST. GANNAWARRA, 1ST FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 4 February 1890

COHUNA IRRIGATION & WATER SUPPLY TRUST. -4--9-- n"Y OUt OWN nrIPonTER.I WNissAW.mSA, 1ST FEniUIltY. .. Pieent Cinrs. Kirwiin (cliaiiutin), HIarrison, F. Westblatde, Safe, Strachan, Gibbins, L. F. Westblade, Paterson andl Lennon. The minutes of the previous meeting were ralt and confirmed. The outward conespondence was real and approved of. COIRESPONDENCE. From Alex. Fellows, Collno, asking to be supplied with water from the trust's channels, either by pipes oi crossing, as lie was completely cut afff from the cieek frontage: MIr. Fellows, who was present, informed the commissioners that lie would place a small box flumne across the clhan nels himself, so that Ihe could pnump water from the creek. If they would allow him to cut the banls of the channels, he would replace the earth and ram it well. Agreed to, COnr. Gibbins to see that the work was properly carried out. From A. Ilandall, Wee Weeo :Rup, drawing attention to the state in which his fences had been left by- Contrac...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 4 February 1890

Trido Add:osses. THE TWEE L CsTIGLE tri ifJ I . TWEEDS COATPlItNGS BLUE and FANCY SERGES. BLUE and FANCY SERGES. BLUE and FANCY SEROES. Blu a.nd. Fancy Serges. AND oENIMO L8: - STOCK. OUR OWN IPORTINGO. T TIIE Assortment of SPRINF and SUMMER GOODS is beyond doubt the beet over seen in the colonies. As UEtal we have a large staff of the Blost Cutters & Workmen IN VICTOilTI A. ALL WOOL TWEED TROUSERS (ro ordeir) t 2e Gd ALL WOOL TWEED SUITS (to order), 46. WRITE FOR SAMPLES. Our Traveller Visits the District every General Manager. THOS. M. FRASER ) ItG to inform the inhabitants of Pyrami. I Hill and District that, havi g par chei-d the business carried on by hm for Mfr A. J. Jones, hie i prepared to do all deocrip:ions of IHAPNESS AND SADDLE WORK AT LOWEST PRIUES, Cambined with best workmoit?hip. PitRST OLASS GENERAL STOCK Always I ept on haud. ERANG JT'JTEL JOVL 0N CULLEN PROPRIETOR. REST WINlES AND) SI'IRITS T1 STOOR Good Accommodation for Travellers, Oivility and msderate c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 4 February 1890

For Sale or To Let, F OR SALE, 1i0 acres Freehold LAND, I near Kerang. having a frontage to the L.oddon River and Pyramid Creek: also seve- 1 ral Agricultural implements. Particularson application to Mrs. Taylor. Brick Kilns, Kerang. 162 BUTCHEIl(NG BUSINESS FOR SALE. AN Old-established Butchering lBusiness lin Sandhurst for sale, doing four Good open for pushiig an. For Particulars apply " lutclher," " ien digo Evening News" ollice, Sandhurst. l42l FOR SALE. SEVERAL Township Allotments on easy rnterms. Apply II. BRIEN, Seor., Ma corns. FOIL SALE. fIIIlE IRRIGABLE ESTATES COMPANY _. Ltd., HAVE FO01 SALE, Selection near Kerang, know an as Ilsley's. £3 as freehold. Terms-£-50 cash; £50 six months ; £50 twelve months ; balance two years, or some similar terms as may be re quired. First-class Grazing paddocks and Farms, in Benjeroop, Macorna, Mologa, Keranug and elsewhere, to let. Particulars of other selections upon ap plication. Apply Manager, Irrigable Estates Coy., Ltd., Chaffey's I...

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SUDDEN DEATH AT REEDY LAKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 4 February 1890

SUDDEN DEATH AT REEDY LAKE. On Friday moring last it was reported to the police at Kerang that Mrs. Ellen Martin, wife of Mr. John Martin, who is in charge of the Reedy Lake Station, had died there, in consequence of having inad- vedently taken a quantity of carbon, used for the destriation of rabbits, by mistake. Senior-Constable Clarke at once proceeded to the place, and took possession of the body, pending a magisterial enquiry, which was held the following day (Saturday) before Mr. W. J. W. Patchell, J.P., when the following evidence was adduced: John Clarke, sworn, said he was a Senior-Constable, stationed at Kerang. On Friday morning last, about 9 o'clock, John Martin reported to him that his wife, Ellen Martin, had suddenly expired, and that shortly before her death de- ceased had informed him she had taken poison from a bottle which she thought contained water for drinking purposes. He (Martin) said he was outside in the station yard, and soon afterwards, coming into the hou...

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Kerang Times. Published Tuesdays and Fridays, WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 4 February 1890

Published Tuesdays and Fridays, WITH WEEIKLY SUPPLEKENT. TUESDAY, FEBRUARIY 4, 1890. CouzcIL MrrETIsa . - The usual monthly meeting of the Swan Hill Shire Council will take place to-day. Cnunct B)AZAAR AT PYRAMID HILL. Our Pyramid correspondent writes as follows :-The bazaar held in the Victoria Hall on Wednesday and Thursdlay last, in aid of the building fund of the Presbyterian Church, proved, in every respect, a decided success, and considerable credit is due to the ladies who devoted so much time and attention to the affair, par ticularly the honorary secretary, Mrs. Berchdoldt, and Mesdames T. Watson, Peacock, Middleton and others, who, one and all, worked assiduously to at tain the desired end. The ladies pre siding at the various stalls were dressed in fancy costumes, and the interior of the prettily decorated hall presented a very animated appearance on the evenings named. The bazaar was largely attended on each occasion, the gross takings amounting to about £90. A number of...

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