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GARVIN V. THE TRAGOWEL TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 7 February 1890

GARVIN V. THE TRAGOWEL   TRUST. The hearing of the arbitration case of Garvin Bros. v. the Tragowel Plains Irriga - tion Trust was resumed in the Warden's Court-house, Sandhurst, on Monday, before Major Bartrop, P.M. Mr. Kirby appeared for the plaintiffs, and Mr. Tatchell for the defendant trust.   Alexander Cameron Hogan; a grazier re' siding at Durham.Ox, stated that he knew the plaintiffs. Their prdoperty, as About half a niile-froni witnpis's. HFi recollected the 4th of January last year. wlhen,the heavyf flood came down on :Garvin's - land. The water came down the east basnk of the trust's No. 2 chainel. , When witness first saw the water flowing along it was rising and spread-. ing. Seeing that a flood was imminent, wit nessand another man went to Garvin's assist ance. Witness had to wade through the water to get to Garvin's house. The water was about half a mile wide. The water had by that ntime spread all rpund the house. Witness, G.arvmi and anothS...

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
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DESTRUCTION OF BATHURST BURR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 7 February 1890

DESTRUCTION OF BATHURST BURR.— Elsewhere landholdors desirous of obtain- ing a license for grazing purposes of any of the water frontage reserves or other un- occupied Crown lands on which Bathurst burrs grow, are requested to submit appli- cation in writing to the council at once. Further particulars appear in advertise- ment, to which attention is directed. OUTDOOR SERVICE.—It is announced that the Rev. F. J. Wilkin will preach outdoors on Sunday evening, instead of in the Baptist Church, should the present hot weather continue. Since the atmosphere is far more agreeable without than within a building on the warm evenings we are experiencing now, the movement is well advised. BUSINESS NOTICE.—Mr. F. Heasman   notifies by advertisement that he has commenced business as a tobbacconist and stationer at Alger's Buildings, Welling- ton-street. EXCURSION FROM KERANG.—After much   trouble, in consequence of the Railway Department being so full of engagements, Mr...

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

HoLLowAy's Prus.-.Nervousness and want of Energy.-When first the nerves feel un st ung, and listlessness supplants energy, the time has come to take some such alterative as IHolloway's Pills to restrain a disorder Irom 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, wKhile the muscles become firmer and stronger, and the nervcus and rbsorbent systems are invigorated. These Pills are suitable for all classes and all ages. They have a most marvellous effect on persons who are out of condition; they soon rectify whatever is in fault, restore strength to the body and con lidence to the mind.-(Anvx.) W'anted. 'ANTED, a Good Laundress. Exchnnge Hotel. 483 WANTED, Immediately, 100 Pick and Shovel Men, 100 Scoops and Horses, also unllock Teams. Apply JAMES PARKER. Contractor, National ...

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BURNING STUBBLE. [TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERANG TIMES.] [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 11 February 1890

BURNING STUBBLE. [To THE Eurrou OF THE KEIUXG TIMER.] Smi,-You would greatly oblig,! by giving sone information on the above subject. It Iis been generally supposed that it was illegal to birn until March, but in the Macona district parties have been burning offfor the past tionth, totlheterror and unnoyance of the neihlbor. In ordi nary seauons not much notice is taken, but this year, with such a rank growth and everything dry as tinder, it is nothing short of a crime to enlanger the property of others in the reckless way it has been lone here.. People have hean alarmed so often that now they will not turn ont whien there is real diager. There has been solme very narrow escapes, arnd it is high time the an hlorities too' steps to punish offen lers, Yo;irs. &c., WA.RNING. ['lhe attention of our correspondent is dirccted tllte article, bearing on this sub ject, appearing in tlle T'rlm of Decemaber' 24thl, 1SSO.-E. K.T.]

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 11 February 1890

CORRESPONDENCE. ['2 I, Jt nii tionlz ttutelltd for Iugertlon in lhi.s column ýIv ~Iliu tn, nldnencl to the E'litllr. IIhe, nanue tn [tl.ire;; nf the writer ttet I, al nit. not nIccciearlr folr pllllihlieatintt, lnt no g11r·111tOe f g1)-td foul[l. Whifle we ore ,t a1 ll tone. Ri·1 ul re nntitiinit iif tatittide elttii it t wnithi the rntn.:of jiritaliatit. w d t tut , Int otit~lrete reetnniintttt

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COURTS FOR FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 11 February 1890

COURTS FOR FEBRUARY.. The following are the appointuments of Mr. Taylor, P.M., for the ensuing tlonth : Tuesday, 11th, Tarnagulla, revision" court. . Wednesday, 12tli Wedhlerburn, revision cantt. Thurs lay, 13th, Boort, revision 'court Fridby, 14th, Inglewood. revision court. S.turday, 15th, Charlton, licensiig court. otlnday, 17th, taywood. Wednes-lay, 19th, Kerang. Thursalay; 20th, Pyramid Hill, revision court. Friday, 21st, Kerang. Saturday, 22nd, Castlemaine, licensing court, an1olduihlon court. . Tuesday, 25th, Serpentine, revision court. Wednesday, 26th,W3ycheproof, revision court. Friday, -,28th, Sandhurst; Inglewood, licensing court, 5 p. mt. March-Saturday, 1st, Echuca, licensing court. - " We Inesday, 12th, Sandhurst,. licensing enurt.

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KERANG TRADES V. SWAN HILL. TRADES—1st Innings. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 11 February 1890

KEI ANG TI'ADSES \V. SWAN HILL. T-1 . :s--lst Innings. Edmondson, run1 Olt ..... A. JamesI b Gould .. .. .. "3 .\itken. b Gould .. .. .. 0 . Kirk. Go ... .. .. 0 Vinnard. not out 2 Foyster, Gould .. .. .. 1 iilnan, b Goutld .. .. .. 0 A. Smalley, b Gould.. .. .. 0 1for.ey. bGould .. .. .. 4 1. Laikeman, b Gould .. .. 0 Frazer, Aclib. b Gouhl .. . 3 Su3indries ..... . 10 To'al .. .. .. .. 21 and Innings. Edmondson, c IrUtonll b Neilson .. 12 .. .Tn mas, b Neilsen.. ... .. S F. Ait.e.i, Wilkins ... ... . 4 WV. Kirk, b Wilkins .. .. 0.. 0 V\innard, Ib. Neilson .. .. .. 2 Fyslter, b Noil-on .. .. .. 8 .Millman, e Wilkins, h Neilson .. 0 A. Smalley. I Neilson .. .. 0 Morey, b .Neilsoin .. .. .. 2 If. Llakenw.ah b \Vilkius .. .. 2 Frazer, lo: out . ..... . I L'es .. ... .. .. 1 Iot a! .. ... ... .43 Iaowlin .\nalysis.-(iould, !l wickets for 10) run ; Neilusn, 7 for 18; Wilkins, 3 for 2. Sw.s IILa.,--Ist Innings. Everi;ngham. c Foyster, b 3forcy .. 10 Sheriuda, b .Iorey ... .. 1 T. Wilkins...

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Kerang Times. Published Tuesdays and Fridays, WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 11 February 1890

Pith lishel Tu esdays 'nild Fridaysd, WITIH WI'EEKLY UPPLEM3ENT. TUESDAI Y, FEBRUARY 11, 18isoo. TrE inaugural pro TiaeiL: ofwj ceedings of the Fede ration Conference on Thursday last give to the public for the first time a pretty clear idea of what the work of the delegates, and its immediate results, are likely to be. After 'Mr. Gillies had been gracefully elected President of the Conference, Sir Henry Parkes gave notice of mo tion to the effect that the best inte rests of the colonies will be promoted by their early union under the Crown with one legislature and executive Government, and on principles just to each of them. Mr. Deakin followed with two notices of motion, first, " that the members of the Conference take such steps as maybe necessary to induce the Legislatures of their re spective colonies to appoint delegates to a National Convention," for the purpose, it may be presumed, though it was not expressed, of drawing up a Federal Bill; and, secondly, " that as some time ...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 11 February 1890

.... CRICKET. -Two matches in connnection with the Kerang Cr:icket Chub Challenge Cup were pla?ed on Saturday last, viz., 'Trades v. Swan HIill (at Swan Hill). and Kerang v. Tragowvel (at Kerang). The former was a rather one-sided affair, Swan H-ill wiuninningby an innings and 87 runs. In the latter Tragowel won by13 10 runs. Appended are the scores of both matches : IIERANG V. TRAGOWEL. TILtGOWEL.- - First Innings. Walace, b Crawford . ... 15 A. 11. Douglas, st Dyall b Flight .. 5 Sinfijlkiis, li Flight . . ... 0 Cox, b Flight... 0 Vains, b Tregear . 10 Stevens, b Crawford... ... ... 0 J. B. Grinton, b Tregear .. 3 J. 1. Douglas, , Tregear ... . 0 ,inkins, not ou . ... ... 4 Firancis, I Crawford... ... ... 1 J. Douglas, b Tregear ... Sundries ... ... ... ... 8S Total ... ... .. ... 80 Second Innings. Wallaxe, not out. .. ..: 13 Cox, st Dlyall h Flight .. . 0 Simpkins. b Flight ..; ... 0 Vains. b Crawford ... . 0 A. II. Douglas, I Flight .. ... 2 J. It. Douglas, not out 1 Total, for...

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LATEST CABLEGRAMS. ENGLAND AND PORTUGAL. VICTORIAN BUTTER IN ENGLAND. FAMINE IN GALICIA. THE LABOR QUESTION. TERRIBLE COLLIERY EXPLOSION. LONDON, Feb. 5. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 11 February 1890

LATEST CABLEGRAMS. ENGLAND AND PORTUGAL. YlICTO1lAX BUTTER IN ENGLAND. FAMINEI IN GALICIA; THE LABOR QUESTION. TERRIBLE COLLIERY EXPLOSION. (FltotM AnGUS AND AGE CORREsPoNDENTS.), Ldsads, Feb. 3. Complaints are still ntade by Bitih? i'esidents in tihe principal cities of Portu gal of the terrorism to which they are subjected on account of the angry feeling created amongst the Portuguese by the action of the British Government in compelling Portugal to withdra'v from the disputed territory in Solith Africa. Some of the British residents have repro sented to the British .authorities that their lives were in dinger. 'Ihe shipment of Victorian butter tdi' warded by the Orient Steam Navigation Company's Austral, which left Melbotirie on 20th December, has been submitted tonauction. On the shiptuent being un packed it was'foun I that the greater part of it was damaged. Parcels of superior quality realised from 96s. to 10Ss. per cwt. Inferior quality was sold at prices ranging fromn 50s. t...

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STATE OF THE RIVERS. HEIGHT ABOVE SUMMER LEVEL. [BY TELEGRAPH.] Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 11 February 1890

STATE OF THE RIVERS. tII I UIT .mot'sF Sumirn~: LT;VI:. I1Ty TiLLEGP.ArPIt.] Thurisday. ML:AX.e. ft. iu. Albury .. .. .. 0 11 Behuca .. .. .. - 0 Swan lilct 3 E "Izt. a . . . . -1 U. et'n~n' . .. 0 ilfuanunnirrnw:. * Wa ag .. .. .. 4 3 V1:Ly .. .. .. 0 7 airatald . . Suimncr level Mecniudie .. .. 1 1 Wentworth.. .. 8 1 Wilcannia.. . .. 14 1

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AMATEUR MEMBERS OF THE "RING." [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 11 February 1890

AMATEUR MEMBERS OF THE " RING." A correspondent writes:--An interest ing "set-to" took place at Iludgerunt re cently between two local msen, known respectively as Hot Coffee and Flash I-tarry. The amount of the stakes was arranged before-hand, and, although I thave been unable to ascertain the exact stun, I believe it w:s something less than 1100 aside. Popular sytmpathy seemed to be in favor of Flash Harry, who was nearly two stone lighter a.nd inches shorter than his antagonist, and, althouetR lie was suffering from the effects of the intense heat of the pist few days, ht showed, not only better science, but in domoitable pluck, which won hint hearty applanse, and some practical sympathy at the conclusion of the contest. The first and second rounds were in favor of Flash Ilarry, but in the third he was floored by a very severe blow in Ilh vicinity of the tviypanum, but instead- of claiming the ten seconds' spell he went to work again in great style. In the furth round lihe was aga...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KERANG FLOUR MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 11 February 1890

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KERANG FLOUR MILLS. Mr. Thos. Hall reports the price of wheat as follows:- Fair milling to prine 2s lld to 3s 1:d.

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MELBOURNE MARKET REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 11 February 1890

MELB]OURNE .MAITtgET I?N I')l:TS. Messrs. R. Langford and Co. report the following sale of fish.game,oysters,andl rabbits for the week ending February 7th. 1890 : Gards, Is toL20s , pike. Ss to 15s ; whiting. 7s to 20s; tmullett. 3s to 20s ; salmon, Is iG to Os 61 ; flathead. 4s to ils ; trout, is to 9s ; pilchards. is to is G1 : strangers, 2s dil to is ; rock flats. 7s to 14-s ; eels, 1d to 2'. ; Murrny cod and perch, 1, to 5d, oysters, 4i5s to hos per bag. Game--Teal, 14 to is i3; blnckl duck, 4d to s ; hartI head. 24 to Is ; widgeon Id to (d ; black wing, id to is :d ; wild turkey, Its to 10 each ; rabb:ts is to Its Gd. Weather very hot. Large quantity of fish, etc., condemned.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 11 February 1890

DEATH. PRIMROSE-On the 6th inst,. at St. Kilda, Robert Primrose, of Glenrose, Macorna,   aged 59 years.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 11 February 1890

Medical. ALL DIS DOEAIIS S O LONG STANDING COTI pLErTE.Y CUOIED BY I!f:I?IAL "IAGNETIC TrnrAT.1TENT. Chronic Sufferers Should not Fail to Consult iMIR H. E. KUGELTMANN Co,eultittnie lie ii-t. nd LclectiOc Of172 na 1 171 WILLIAM- ST!lt E t', MSELBOUIRNE. 7151TS KERACtN EVEERY MIONTHL ree.l advertise taent forl ites.) l . KUGELMANN'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 panmphlet on Medical Despotisms or Liberty which ? 56 piages; post free. This book exposes completely the oldi style of Mineral Drugging, and explains the methods of iMr. Kugel mann's Natural Treatment. Read the fol lowing Testimonial, a specimen of thousands more:- i Stockyard Hill (near Beaufort) Victoria. 1 I 12 1 '88. Mn. H. E. KvcsriIuAxx, Consulting Herbalist, SMelbourne. Dear Sir,-As you are pullishing some sworn declarations of cases cured, I wis...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 11 February 1890

TO THE DEAF. The description of a simple remedy, by which a person has just been completely cured of deafness and noises in the head of FORTY TEAIS' STANDING, can be had free of charge on application verbally or by letter to NICHOLSON, 175 William Street, Melbourneo ' Wanted. W ANTED, a Good Laundress. Exchange Hotel. . 483 TANTED, BULLOCK TEAMS for Log SHauling. ApplyW.. Bailey Punt, Koondrook. :. 494 WrI ANTED, Immediately, 100 Pick and Shovel Men; 100 Scoops anid Horses, also Bullock:: Teams. Apply :JAMES PARKER, Contractor, National Works, Kow. Swamp,; Torrumbarry. 4 : 7. MUIaRAiIT WVEST BUTTE 'CHEESEIt & FACTOR]. COM?l'ANY,?I, tITED. T HE above Factory will be OPENED on Tiesday, 18th inst., at; 3 p.m. A'l Share holder? are invited .to attend to partake' of sone light is-iefreshment. 'to celebrate; the event ; : '' . ; . a_;..: :.-A 'DANCE';will follow ii the veninii about 8 'clock, to'vhiclh sareholders and their friends ared soinvited -,By order. of tie Directorsic ! r...

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KERANG POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, 7TH FEBRUARY. (Before Mr. Taylor, P.M. and Mr. Patchell, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 11 February 1890

* KERANG POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, 7TII FiBiRUAR* . K (Before Ir. Taylor, P.M. and. Mi. a S chcll; JT.P.) - David Smith v. Joseph Angus, work andl labor done, -£19 ils. ld.1 Mr. t O'Brien (Brown, Ellison an I Co.) for plaintiff,, ?Mr. Tatchell (Comnnelly and in Tatchell) for defeonliit. The defendant puit in a set-off for £94 for timber alldgdd to have beeni taken deliVery of by plaii tiff, but not hlianded over to the defendant. After hearingevide.nce as to the bona-fides of the set-off, the bench decided that the set-off put in by Messrs. Connelly and Tatchell prevented the case from" being heard in the police court. The case was withdrawn, and proceedings will be taken in the County Court. A. Arbnthnot and M1. Troancy, trustees in insolvent estate of J. Jorgenson, v. T. T. Evnus. Adjourned till 21st inst. Mr. O'Brien for the plaintiffs. Henry Lyall v. Rlobert ?1'Cnllough, promnissoiy note, £6 11s . Mr Tatchliell f:or plantiff. Verdict for amounnt, with, £2 - 2s. Gd. costs, to be levi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 11 February 1890

Trade .dddosses? THE WHOLESALE CLOTHING CO. TWEEDS COATINGS . TWEEDS COATINGS TWIJDS COATINGS TWEEDDS COTINGCOATINGS. BLUE and FANCY SERGES. BLUE and FANCY SERGES. BLUE and. FANOY SERGES. Blue and Fancy Serges. AND ENORMOUS STOCK. OUR OWN IMPORTING. THE Assortment of SPRING anid SUMMER GOODSis beyond doubt the best ever seen in the colonies. As usual we have a large staff of the Best Cutters a Workmen IN VICTORIA. ALL WWOOL.: ITWEE D TROUSERS . (o order), 12s Gd. ALL WOOL TWEED SUITS (to order), 46s. WRITE FOR SAIMPLES. Our Traveller Visits the District every Two Montbs. J. T. MIDDLETON, General Manager. THOS. :ll. FRASER . I) El to inform thei inhabitantsof Pvranmi J . Hill and District that, having per. chased the business carried on by him for Mr A. J. JTones, he is prepared to do all descriptions of IhARNESS AND SADDLE WORK :AT LOWEST PRIDES, Conmbinied with best workmaniship. FIRST-CLASS GENERAL STOCK : Always kept on hand. ERNG 11OTEL .JOHN. CULLEN. PROPRIETOR. BEST WINES AND ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 11 February 1890

Legal. CONNELJLY AND T ATCHIIL"L, SOLICITORS. ELDON CHAMBERS, WELI.INGTON ST., KEIlANG. and at Sandhurst and Melbourne. TRUST MONEYS TO LEND, sums of £100 anti upwards, on Froeeholl or Crown Leaseholl See:c ities. £10,000 TO LEND. In one s'n n..,n Freshnbld ecurivy. (Memibers :-T. S. ITOP.DAY; C. FIn:D. KEN NEDY; MYLES O'BIll.x.) OLICITOt:S, CONVEYASCERS, PROC. TORS & ATTORNEYS, WELLINGTOMI STREET, I(KEPRING MYLES O'EFIEN, Commissioner for Afli davits. £47.000 TO LEND, in various sulrs, On Freehold ann T.eashold Securities. LOWEST INTEIREST. T? 0E Olice is unler the personal manage ment of MYLES O'PBRIEN, above. named. Prirate address-CULLEN'S HOTEL. WANTED ALL TO READ. THE PIIOVINCIAL READY MONEY STORE. SANDHURST, IS Selling Currants, 5d; Raisins, ?l Lemon Peel, 8d; 21b. Tins Jam,. d ; llb tin taikins Powder. S.I; \Vax MatChes, 5d per packet ; Safety Matches, 2.1 per packet; Split Peas, S1 1per lb; Good Family Tea (New Season's), from ls., ls. :hl., 1i. lid. per lb.; and al...

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