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SUNSHINE AND SHADOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 7 February 1890

SUNSHINE AND SHADOW. I PASSED a pretty cottage place, A rose looked from the door Andlsmiled so sweetly in my face' I pausied the house before. . The lhoneysuckle from thie wall Thlrew down a welcome tear, The breeze Came rushing thllrough the hall And hiopered, "Tarry here, Y. "For all withlin is peace and love;" So throufgh the curtain's lace I glanced, the reckless words to prove, And saw a lovers face Bent close above two eyes of blue. \WhyIfllould I dim their dnay? Across the pane the blind I drew, And softly crept away. I went aganin, one summer eve; Thle rose blushed at thle door, BIut smiled as sweetly to receive Me as it did before; The breze came out as joyously, And lingered at my side, And murmured, "Tarry now anld see - Our happy groom and bride." "Olh, a!" I said, "some other day I'll call thle pair to see." But asI turned to go away The bothl looked out at me. Oh, wltat a lgllt of lIope and love Their features then osespread; PAnd a slelinahll from above Seemed on the...

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
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THE TELEGRAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 7 February 1890

THE TELEGRAM. "Is this the tel'griph oflice?" Asl-la childish voice one day, As I no:al the click of my instrument Withits message from far away. As it cecSed I turned; at my elbow Stood the merest scrap of a boy, Whose childish face was all aglow With the light of a hidden joy. The goldn curls on his forehead Shadeleyes of the deepest blue, As if a tit of the summer sky Ilad I1st in them its lihue. They scnned my oflice rapidly, From ceiling down to floor, Then tuned on mine their eager gaze, And hel askedthe question oer. "Is this tls tel'graph oeice?" "It is,my little man," I said, "pray tell me what nou want, And I lotell you if I can. Then theblune eyes grew more eager, And thebreath came thick and fast, And I sawwithin the chubby hands A foldelpaper grasped. "\ursetoldme,"lie said,"that the lightning Came daown on the wires sonime day, And my mamma has gone to heaven, And l'mlonelysince she is away, For my papa is very busy, And bo t much time for me, SoTtlhoadht I'd write her...

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"I EXPECT." [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 7 February 1890

"I EXPECT." IN a famous article on "Slang," Dickens complains that "most of the questionable expressions of the present daynre borrowed from the Americans," and especially de nounces the misuse of thle word "expect" by Englishmen, after the manner of their "republican kinsmen:'." The Ledger has repeatedly taken occasion to show that nearly all the worst of the modern slang terms whlich defile the English language are of English origin; but when a pestilent corruption-a stupid perversion and misapplication of language-for which Yankee-land is clearlyresponsible,is pointed out by John Bull, we have no objection to admit the justice of the impeachment or to join in the censure by which it may be accompanied. The almost universal use of the word "expect" in the sense of "suspect" or "believe" or' surmise," in all parts of the United States deserves the lash of criticism, and we care not how vigorously nor b whom it is laid on. " I expect it was Smith that went by the window just now." C...

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AWAKENED. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 7 February 1890

AWAKENED Blr Bns. S. S. Asni ca. Suczr a pretty home it was anold farm house, partially modernised wtt big bay Window, brand piazza, and cunny verandas, and an old-fashioned porch at'tbn back overw r whicl dile morning glories elamlere~d.? -';.~ Tie wide green lwn in frontslope down to a graded villaqntee enute .dod walk from a lar summoerhotl. Bint back of the lhouese cres and acresof rich, level 1 farm land strefehed away twhero sleek cattle fed. and where bir waited for telxr anter acr big eA wani~tcd for i te luxuriant crops of lay} and grain that a filled te wide mows whledn the haying b season was over. Clyde Grange was considered the finest a farm in all the country round, and when tile youpgntaater Willils ~ fie ean lifdrcdirouI rlit ill. jsi 6i -;I. people said shte was a fortunate woman. Ilut Milly in her lovely "home, was not t entirely halpy. Ste Was young and some tiling of-a dreamer, and still--lad that old fashioned notion that hiusbands ought to be t lovers. And Will...

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HOW BRIDAL COUPLES ACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 7 February 1890

HOW BRIDAL COUPLES ACT. " ILusiiu a week goes by," said a railway c porter, " that 1 don t see a bridal conuple c just starting on their honeymoon. Idon't know how Ican tell them, but they are as plainly marked to my eyes as if they had f the words'bride' and 'bridegroom'stamped in big letters on tlheirforelheads: There'is I a something about -them that gives. the whole situation away-a kind of chnug-next- s to-me-darling air. Of course I haveo made a i mistake now and thenbutit is very seldom se I do, and I lrhave often found out, after 1 clhanging my mind two or three times, that I was right after all, tlhough certainappear I ances were against it. We' Imave: one test c .which never-fails; aad'when a doubtful- - party comes we try it on'them juist to be sure, vonu know." - "W'hat's the test?"" - SWell, I'll tell you. Not, many weeks i ago a couple got into a carriage and sat 1 down quietly, as if they had been used to 1 it all their lives. They didn't seem to have i the bride and ...

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PETTICOAT LANE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 7 February 1890

rOAr AN iBE P;ETj0i f f~EAT irA :TBE scene in Petticoat Lane, London, on Sunday morning recalls that of a c tien tal town during a festa. Ma Tct bits are to be seen: bright col iiraliea kerclhiefs a nd. ether nery carelessly 'arranged; although as seen tllroughthe ind coloured atmophere of Whitecap, ltesurroundings are n more o les"-amo ib4ginilad 'At "about eight o'clock'on 'unday morning a crop of lirrws'is springing up all along the sidewalk of the usually quiet Goulston and Middlesex Streets-by a sort of reaction, it would seem, from the quiet of Saturday. For, although the Jew trades on Sunday, lihe rigidly observes the Sabbath of his people as a day of rest. One of the first barrows to arrive is that of a man who sells trousers; not'secondhalnd-garments,-but-new- ones, numberless pairs of different shades, neatly folded and hung over one side' of the barrow. On the wall behind hang sundry other articles of apparel, including.women's. dresses; Enter a lady and her husband to do...

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WIT & HUMOUR [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 7 February 1890

_yq JUST So.-Advice given : "Live nitlhin your income." Advice wanted: "olowi to live witlhout an income." IInc Plucrs.--At times in Americi the milk rises so higlh that the cream cannot getto the top of it. Tner.-" No one shall kiss me but' my future husband," said a prouid beauty to an implsiove, yet retiring soiitr IIe was fairly caught. Acro'.-AnLe.- A militia gneral was once taunted with the remarl tlhat is snord had never been drawn but once, and that was is a rafSle. "A masher is a thing that would lBea youiig la'dy if htecoaild; But as he con5does al he can To show the world he's iot a granm." IMoTiEsR: ' Nowgirls as you vs finished your daily quarrel, suppo se yougo and cat some dinner." Arahela(sarcastially): "Oh, Ssuppose you nwant us to sriwallowour feud." ` GoOD ADpVICE. "O. for a lodge n oes iast wilderniess 1" "Good sugestio. When I've paid whattI one for-a ldge in towin, ,perhaps I will' .: .Love's Hoing.= I Only live iii her eye," exclaimedd a lovesiek seaiin "Ah," ...

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HINTS FOR HOUSEHOLDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 7 February 1890

HINTs FOR HOUSEHOLDSs INrwRboil jely ,too; long or tire colour To take out spots from wash.goods, rib theom with yoll of egg before "u slin To clean a smoky ceiling itasi it iin soda water. . R.tw potatoes which aroe to be friedshould be thinly sliced and sioaked in cold water. ANY method which willhkeep the air from the iinside of the shell will preserve-eggs for a certiin leIngtlh of tinie. "Ii fruiitstaiinis ar wiashed in tepid iater, they will' generially come out. It's the putting them' in suds that sets the colour. TT wings 6f turokeys, gese, and clhickens are `good to wash and clean winddws es they leave no dust. _-m A 0ooDo'substitute forb:buttermrlk iea thin batter made of flour and tepid water, and allowed to remain longenoughl to'sou. Ir a tight cover be placed over sta soon as made;it will pre enot. ar rust forming: NEVE'i ut a sharp knife into hot gr as it is liable to blunt it. Turnmennie Li a fork or an old knife kept.for the purse -A oon cement may bo made by mixig t...

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OLD LONDON BRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 7 February 1890

OLD LONDON BRI E. Mons than a cihtury and a qaerbas I passed since London Bridge - a the vastI top-hleiy, and clieotts atnthetu ht (so 1 1iowel tells us)'.Ielitiie, dii lii neer up I the river Thames, beheld. ur e law c Unto his surges, and. their fury awe ; where such a saf rf cataianeets did ar As if the Thames. wnith Nile, had Chang fr tore, and which called from the wat -in he ejactilatice-- :a Let the ,whoentorld eieeini its i t ' This rtidges ofisuanderse tlisteeasti . The nervous:old gentleinan 'whuo arerch his City ofice,' hiis Idily to trios c modern structure1 'tiottld grtunnhleess, at the crush, the slipperiness, dnd thenddie c of the London' ltridge df to-day, hll he ai knowil the pandeidonitil that reioi n ' thee old bridge;'leri ndtrkniJ-es a little better by day than by nighlt-aenthe i noise from rushing aiters below aideaaw lessness, and so added some real terri to ' the scene. Few of us, in gazing on tlsohd a views of London Bridge, as it was pn to the year 1751, co...

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COOKING [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 7 February 1890

I BAKED APPLE SAUCE.-Pare Iand core the apples-somewhat acid fruit is tire best-place them in a pan and pour over them a little sugar and water, and bake until they are brown on top. Sron¶smaN's DrINK.-Boil half-an-ounce of hops and half-an-ounce of bruised ginger in one gallon and a-half of -aterfortwenty five minutes; add one pound of best brown sugar, and boil ten minutes more; then strain and bottle while hot. It will be ready for drinking when cold. This should I be kept-in a cool place. ForAoO Sour.-Take large, mealy pota toes, peel and cut them in small slices, with an onion; boil in three pints of water until tender, and press through a colander. Add a small piece of butter, a little cayenne pepper, salt, and, just before thie soup is served. two spoonfuls of cream, but do not boil after the cream is added. BILnEnnY PuDINso.-fMake a light suet crust with three-quarters of a pound of flour dried and half-a-pound of beef suet chopped very fine. Mix well with enough, cold water...

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DO ANIMALS CONVERSE? [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 7 February 1890

DO ANIMALS CONVERSE?" IT must appear very obvious to every careful observer of nature that, consider ing the way in which many aiimals live, ani particularly their social habits, some means of communicating ideas from one individual to others is one of the requisites of their situation; and it is scarcely less obvious that this power is possessed by them. They have, in short, what we com prehensively call language. Perlhaps there 1is no species altogether deficient in this power; but of this we cannot speak with any degree of certainty; all we can say is, that there is a considerable number of families of the inferior animals which can be proved to possess and use a means of communicating their ideas. Some of these means we can distinguish and understand; othlers are as yet beyond our observation, and are of so mysterious a charactertthat all coniecture as to what they consist of is met at dernce. ?.The insects are the lowest tribes in which a communication of ideas has as Vet been ...

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LIFE AT A COLORADO CATTLE BRANCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 7 February 1890

LIFE AT A COLORADO CATTLE RANCH. Bh W. C. P. I snALL not soon forget my first visit to a stock ranch in Colorado., Tihefirst objects I saw were about a dozentbooted, spurre, and bronzed men, whlo wore flainel slhirts, wide hats, and no collar. Tllhey were riding over the country showing a rich EIgisl man the "cows.; 'My host had'one of'the finest ranch-houses in Colorado, and the aforesaid flannel-slirtcd men had brolught the gentleman down from a oci,,hboiriag ranch to call.. My first knowledge of their approach wals a whirr, a sweep of hiorse men rapidly approaclling-all the hoofs made no noise on the soft turf, and then a loud whoop at the door. The visitors did not dismount, but dropped their reilis, leaned from the saddles, and talked to the host. The visit lasted an hour or more, refreslhmentandcigarsbeing freely indulged in; then, with abrupt good-day, the cavnl cade rode pell-mell away, across the breadth if wild flowers and brown grass that spreand on every. hand as far as ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 7 February 1890

Government Notices. V R. SALE (No. G6713) of Crown Lands, in fee simple, at the auction rooes of Mr. R. A. Rae. Swan Iril, on Friday, the 11th slar of February. 1890. at 11 o'clock n.m. TOWNSHIP LOTS. Cismr DoDssaoros;O (Swan Hill), parish of Castle Donnineton. countly of Tatchera. Upset ,rice £25 per lot, charge for surrer £1-Lots 1, 2, 3. 4, 5, G, area Or. O 3-10p. each, allots. 3. 4, 5, 0, 7. 8, sec. 23. Upset price £IS 155. per'ot, charge for survey £1 -T.ot 7. area Ir. 200 4-l0p., allot. 31, see. 22. Upset price £20 1SO;. id. per lot. charge for surver £1l-Lot 8, area Ir. 2I1 7-.20.. allot. I, see. 22. Upset price X2t 17s 6l4 per lot. charge for survey £1-Lost 1, area Ir. 30 3-10p., allot. ii. see. 22. Upsct price £231 iner lot. charge for surrey £1-Lot 10. area Or 0 3-10(1., nalot. Ii, sc. 02. Lot 11, area 2r. O 3.10p., allot. 1, sec. 21. Lot 12, area Or., allot. 2. see. 21. Lot 13, area 2r. 0 2-10p., allot. 3, sec. 21. Lot 1.1, area 2r. O i3-10p., allot. 4. sec. 21. Lot 15, a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 7 February 1890

Trade .ddressee. THE WHOLESALE CLOTHING CO. 1 . oi-tsSh +"o 3. asený"'týrtJ' ' :.ý4ý"" ldderp ~trit 't eeýýe4tY BLU aidF yOY SEGS le a n S e kAND TWEEDS COATINGS TWrEEDS COATINGS TWEEDS COATINGS TWEEDS COATINGS. BLUE anrd FANoCY SERGES. BLUE and FANCOY SeRGES. BLUE and, FANCY SERGES. Blue and Fancy Serges. AND ENORMOUS STOCK. OUR OWN IMPORTING. T HE Assortment of SPRING and SUMMER GOODS is beyond doubt the best over seen in the colonies. As usual we have a largo staff of the Best Cutters & Workmen IN VICTORIA. ALL WOOL TWEED TOUSERS (to order), 12s Gd. AL.L WOOL TWEED SUITS (to order), 46sa. WRITE FOR SAMPLES. Our Traveller Visits the District every Two Months. J. T. MIDDLETON, General Manager. STHOS. M. FRASER EGi to inforas tl' inhabitantsof Pyramid 11ill and District that, kaving pnr. chased thebusine3s carried on by him for Mr A. J. Tones, he is prepared to do all descriptions of nHABNESS AND SADDLE WORK AT LOWEST PRIDES, Combined with heat workmanship. TIRST CLASS GENER...

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TRAGOWEL PLAINS IRRIGATION & WATER SUPPLY TRUST. MINCHA, 6TH FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 7 February 1890

TRAGOWEL PLAINS IRRIGA TION di WATER SUPPLY TRUST. [BY OUR OWE REPORTER. MIxcua , GTn FenBRUARY. Present-Curs. Do Dartis (chairman), Twigg, Angus, Douglas, M'Ivor, Richard son, Long, Marmfeot, Burrows, Craw ford, Esler, aloylan agd Bear. The trust est as a Thristoh oburt to re vise the radtiopayers' rolls, and it was agreed that the rolls as revised should be adopted for the current year. ORDINARY cEETIONG. The minutes of the previons nteeting were read and Confirmeds The chairnatti apolostised for the ab sence of the aengineer andl clerk of works, who were Saudlhurst engaged in the Gar vin court case. In consequeilce, it was agreed that a conlisittee meeting should he held on Thlnursday next, consisting of Cmrs. Saville,Angus, Long, iPIsIvor, Esler and liichardson, to open tenders and pay accounts. COnnR.SPONDExCe. From Henry Angus, Mincha West, stating that as the. trust hiad delitsle .so long in allowing him to go of fritih ]is contract for subhwy in Welcl's paddock, lie asked to...

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HEALTH. PARENTAL MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 7 February 1890

."HEALTH. PARENTAL MURDER.. "ToAT child will eat nothing but sweet cake," said a foolish mother thi other day in my hearing; "when dinner-is ready it Won't touch a bit, and it always cries till I give at cake," added she complacently. The best comment on that remark was the little embryo-dyspeptic she held by the hand. Sometimes I wonder why such mothers are allowed to xist. I suppose for the same reason that croton-bugs and cockroaches are, thlough I never could unravel that mystery myself. Why wouldn't it be a good and beneficent thing to kill such mothers off by slow poison, as they are doing their helpless children? "Stop a minute," said a stunningly dressed lady the other day toher friend; "I must go min here and buy Johnny some candy and sugar-plums biefore I go home:'." Poor Johnny! thought I; if an omnibus -,Wheel would only go over your mother as - she crosses, the street, it might'be Ull the Sbetter for you. 1 know this doesn't sound I pretty, but when I see well-formed, n...

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SWAN HILL SHIRE COUNCIL. Tuesday, February 4th, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 7 February 1890

SVAN HIL/ SHIRE CdUNCIC: Tuesday, February 4th'i ..- Present:--Crs. Hughes (president), Cullen, Gray, Hastings, Ilorsfall, O'Don noll, Teo, Patchell and Dunstan. The minutes of the previous meeting were redi and codfirmed: Ex-Cotncillor 1,.istilude, whd wais pre sent, was neccoitimddated with a seat it the cotintil fab1e: ntrowrs. The treasurer (Mr. 1i. Blaite) iepoitcd that the shire genemral accounlt was overdrawn £2,711 12s. CO., the sum of £121 13s. having been credited sines last report; -that No; 2 accouint w:it oicrdw:in; £:l3fls. 7d.; and that loan account had a credit babiette df £29 1ls. 10d. Received. The rate collector (Mr. .J. O'Connor) re ported laving received the following amounts for rates lduring the mouth ending 31st Jnnuary :-East Loddon hiding-tdrrent, £20 s.; tirrestrs, £30 1is.; West: Loddon - Cirrtdnt; £2a T. iarrears, £3l1s.26. .Lower tMurray-Current, ids.; arrears, s. Tdttl, £89 19. Od. Received. The hlealth-oficer (Dr. Austin) reported that the district at...

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La Mulette. ANNO 1814. (Continued from No. 30.) [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 7 February 1890

"ARR PIMASHED TO GET IN AND) a0 AWAY, La lul1tte. AN'O 1814. Dr W. CLARK RUSSELL. (Continued from No. 30.) 1 extinguished the candle, and followed them on deck. It was closet npoh day break than I had supposed. Already the rey Was ih the east,.like a filtering of ight through ash-coloured iilk, With the ben-line black na a strlep of India ink tigainst it;, and thA moon a lmpisl, dis lorted inss of ifaint dingy crisoi ilyif thit in a soir of hlistitiuts WtstWaih-s, like the shilt lof a trslhlight in its own smoke. lEVeh whilst the three fellows were manssuvring with the boat over the bow, the tropic day filled the heavens in a bound, and it was broad morning all at once, with a segment of sun levelling a lon4 line of trembling silver from the horizon down to mid-ocean. My first glance was for the Ruby, but the sea lay bare in every quarter. The fellows caine dragging their boat aft; I looktll dotef tnd saw thatt the fabric was f itA antin pattern, with a queer upitrle how, and ift st...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 7 February 1890

Medical. - ALL DSIiANSETS OP LONG STANDING COt- .1 PLETELY CURED 'BY HERBIAL MAGNETIC TRIEATMENT. Chronic Sofferers Shoulld not rail to Consult MR H. E. KUGEL1JANN so Conoaltine 1fer'atst ral Ecelete . Of 172 anl 17it1 WILLIaMl STREET, IELEOUP'M ,iSITS IERtANG EVERY IONTI ,..".o dertlse tocot forflltr-' TRn. XUGELzr. 1t'S treatment differs + entirely from ail others known. and lie has cured more cases of Chronic Discase than any ten medical men in Australia. Thousands of swnorn declarations of casen cured can be seen. Send for pamphlet on Miedical Denspotisms or Liberty which ? 55 B. pages; poat free. This hook exposes completely the old style of Mineral Drugning, (MI and cxphins tile netlhods of Mr. Kugel mann'' Natural Treatment. Read the lol- O lowing Testimonial, a specimen of thousands more: Stockyard hill (nrear Beanfort) Victoria. 1I 12 I '88. no. H. E. KGCELMAxNN, Consulting Herbalist, JI Melbourne. Dear Sir,-As you are publishing some sworn declarations of cascscuredl, I wi...

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LADIES COLUMN FANCY WORK. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 7 February 1890

COLUMN - FANCY WORK. "SELAsm.is," as they are called, seem a recognised adjunct to the washstand, and various are the pretty trifles designed for the protection of wall papers during the process of ablution; The latest variety is not particularly durable, but as it is inex pensive, that defect is of less iniiportance. Thile materials are sheets of tissue paper say blue and white-a large sheet of brown paper, a few engravings of moderate size cut from one of the illustrated journals, a needle and cotton, and a little gum. - Shape the foundation paper in any way that com mends itself to you-oval, oblong, arched at the top, as you will. Fold the tissue paper lengthwise to form strips an. inch and a half wide and as long as the paper allows, using a sheet for each strip. .Lay the brown paper on the table, and suppose you have -four engravings (not too large nor quite-uniform as to size), fik these on the paper in desired position, just putting a drawing-pin in each corner. - The plates ...

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