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ANOTHER WINE LICENSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 11 February 1890

ANOTHER WINE LICENSE. At the Licensing Court yesterday, be- fore Messrs. Taylor, O'Meara and Patter- son, licensing magistrates, a wine license was granted to Mary Brown, for premises situated in Wellington street. Mr. Myles O'Brien, of Messrs. Brown, Ellison and Co., appeared for the applicant. Inspector Walsh took objection to the license being granted, on the grounds that it was not required, and that the premises were in a bad state of repair. Mr. O'Brien called Wm. Brown, who stated that he was the husband of the applicant. To the Bench: He did not apply for   the license himself, as he was insolvent. To Mr. O'Brien: The place was not in   a very bad state of repair, and it was at present being papered and painted, and would be finished this week. The rooms were a good size, quite large enough for the purpose they were required for. The municipal valuation of the property was £40 last year. To Mr. Walsh: The premises were   about 190 feet ...

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RIFLE SHOOTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 11 February 1890

RIFI :, S?!ooTItG. -- The competition amongst members of the lerans Rifle Club ,or the trophy presented by the Rev. F. J. Wilkii, will be continued onn Satur day next, commencing at 2 o'clock sharp, the con li;ions being 7 shots and one sihltir at 500 yards, military position (p,'ro:). entry sixpence, the winner to inmake 2 taints or over to gain the prize. Kynoc:'.; aunnunition only to be use:t. Re-cln:,ics will be allowed, no competitor, howevsr. b-ing permitted to shoot twice coiicen; isely. Messrs. Davidson and Hawi.thore will fire off on the seaie date fir fts? anid second places in the junior matc,. ii which they tied on Januarv 18th. The next match between Kerang and Dl)them Ox will take place at Kerang on Saturday, March 1st, each club to be repraeented by ten men. The ranges selected are 200, 400 and 500 yards. The full p:'ogramme of a rifle meeting to be held at l)illorat about the middle of March, i.n connection with which valnuable prizes are offered,' may be seen at Mr,...

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

James Miller, a farmer, residing at Jarklan, between the Serpentine weir and Garvin's property, stated he remembered when the trust's works were completed. Some of his   land was under cultivation, but it was the high-lying part. His property was never under water until the trust's works were con- structed. 'There was a small flood in 1887. The flood which occurred in June, 1889, was the highest he had ever seen there. The water on the occasion flowed over his land to McLeod's, and on to Garvin's. He never saw so much water flow over his land before. 'l'here was another flood in September. He followed up the water to see where it came from, and found that it was caused by the weir backing up the water in the creek. The water came dovwn the east bank of the channel. Cross-examined by Mr. Connelly : The witness stated that the water in the channel below the weir was within its banks. The water from the weir overflowed in a north- easterly direction along the channel. If t...

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

THURSDAY   Mr. Connelly opened the ease for the   defence, and stated that he relied on the   following points :- 1. That the flood was an   act of God, meaning that the flood was un- precedented. 2. That the defendants were te not liable to an action at law. 3. The flood   in 1887 did not do any damage, the works   being then constructed, and so no pre- cautions were necessary or required against such an extraordinary flood. 4. Shire cul- verts were duly made by the proper authori-   ties, and the trust's provisions were much   greater for letting floods pass through and   therefore there was no negligence in outlets   for water to go across west. When Garvin   was cross-examined he said he was deprived   of water, and yet admitted there were two   watercourses from McLeod's Creek to Gar-   vins own wat...

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GARVIN V. THE TRAGOWEL TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 11 February 1890

GARVIN V. THE TRAGOWEL TRUST.   The arbitration case of Garvin Brothers versus the Tragowel Plains Irrigation Trust was continued in the Warden's Courthouse, Sandhurst, on Tuesday last, before Major Bartrop, P.M. Mr. Cohen appeared for the plaintiffs and Mr. Connelly for the defendant trust. Samuel Esler, a farmer, residing near Durham Ox, and a conumissioner of the trust. Stated that he remembered the flood in June last. He inspected the No. 2 main channel live days after the flood. He followed up the course of this channel from the northern boundary of Garvin's property. He saw signs of a flood, anti found that a portion of the bank had been carried away. On the west side of the channel there were no signs of a flood having taken place. There were no flood marks except at the flume in Gar- vin's paddock. There must have been a considerable quantity of water on Garvin's land; he supposed it would be from 2ft. to 3ft. in depth. The grass on the land had a slimy deposit ...

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

FRIDAY. John G. Starr, of Melbourne, civil and hydraulic engineer, stated that he was engi- neer to the trust. He produced a plan show- ing the locus in quo in which the Serpentine Creek was laid down accurately, but the   other creeks and water courses were only sketched in. He knew McLeod's and the other so-called creeks. He had traced up their sources, and found that the water came from the Loddon River higher up than the   Serpentine township. He saw the No. 1 channel after the flood in January. The banks were broken away. There were three overshoots, and one subway on the No. 1 channel. Two of the overshoots were 20 feet wide, and one twelve feet, while the subway consisted of three 2 feet openings, 3   feet deep. These did not apparently carry   one tenth of the flood. In spite of these and what the channel would carry the banks were washed away, and the flood passed on north straight to Mr. Garvin's land. Witness had taken t...

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KOONDROOK SAW MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 11 February 1890

Koondrook Saw Mills.-Mr.. A. Arbuthnot, of the Surprise Saw Mills, Koondrook, notifies in our .advertising columns that he has recommenced opera tions, and is prepared to supply all sizes of red gum timber to contractors and others. T'prrnoIn AND DIPIITiERIA.-The mor. tality from typhoid fever and diphtheria was inot as great last week as it has been for some weeksl previously. The numbes of ca'es of typhoid reported to the Board of Public Health was 164, and the deaths 109. Forty-seven cases of diphtheria were: reported, and seven deaths.

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KERANG DRUIDS' LODGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 14 February 1890

KERANG DRUIDS' LODGE. The nusual fortnightly meeting of the above ildg.? was held at the lodge-room, Exclehang-, lHioel, on Monday evening last. Betwet-&e iO nd 40O members wero in at tendance. Biro. E. S. Maxwell, A.D., ocenpied the chair. After the usnual routine hinsijess had been transacted, Mcessrs. Carroll and Hunter were initiated into the :uyst.rics of Druidism. It tr:.i:ircd that the prizes awardo ! for introducing the greatest number of mom bers tlnring the past six months had beon secred! respectively by the A.D., Bro. E. Maxwell (firs,), land Bro. J. Kelly (second), and the Past Arch, Bro. Davidson, an nounce.d thal, in thu absence of one of the successful competitors, the presentation would t:t!ic place at the next regular most ing of thi lodge. Th.t coummittee appointed to confer with the Australian Natives' lodge, in reference to Ihe sports gathering to be held shortly :t Kerang, reported that a con ference of conunittees would take place at the MeIchauics' In...

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COURTS FOR FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 14 February 1890

COURTS FOR FEBRUARY. The following are the appointments of Mr. Taylor, P.M[., for the ensuing month : Friday, 14th, Inglewood, revision court. Saturday, 15th, h Charlton,. ,licensing court. Monday, 17th, Raywood. Wednesdlay, 19th, Kerang. Thursday; 20th, Pyramid Hill, revision court. Friday, 21st, Kcrang. Saturday, 22nd, Castlemaine,: licensing court, and Maldon court. - Tuesday, 25th, Serpentine, revision court. Wednesday, 26th, Wycheproof, revision court. " Friday, 28th, Sandhurst; Inglewood, licensing court, 5 p.n. ;. Marchl-Saturday, 1st, Echuca, licensing court.: Wednesday, 1th', Sandhurst, lioensing court.

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ORIGINAL POETRY. A LOVER'S REPLY.—A SONNET. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 14 February 1890

OR.IGINAL POETRY. A LOVER'S REPLY.-A Soss0r. Do I forget thee' here, and out of sight, No ! no! a thousand times. -My heart is sore With recollection, and the golden door Of memory is open day and night, To thoughts of thee. Thine eyes implor ingly Lurk in the darkness till they find me out, And rob me of the presence of some doubt, Or phautasy of dread, that threatens me. The birds sing only of thee. In the wood T"here lives the echo of thy sweetness dear, That tlou art loyal to lofty womanhood .And I a'n constant, thou needs't never.fear. Love'E dream is ever of the breath he sips f01 winged kisses, blown from amorous lips. J.O.D.

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LATEST CABLEGRAMS. ENGLAND AND PORTUGAL. THE PARNELL COMMISSION. AFFAIRS IN BULGARIA. THE COMMERCIAL BANK ROBBERY. THE LONDON LABOR TROUBLES. A NEW RUSSIAN LOAN. LONDON, Feb. 7. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 14 February 1890

LATEST CABLEGRAMS. E GLAND AND PORTUGAL. TIHE PAIINEL?L COr3MIrssroN. AFFAIRS IN BULGARIA. THE COMMERCIAL BANE ROBBERY. THE LONDON ISAIOR TROUBLES. A NEW RUSSIAN LOAN. (FROIt ARGUS AND AGE CORRESPONDENTS.) LOsDON, Feb. 7. The Portuguese Government is sending Senhor Freitas to London with a view to making arrangements for the holding of a European Conference to settle the difficulty between England and Portugal regarding the disputed territory in South-East Africa. It is asserted that Lord Salis bury, yielding to the advice of the Powers, is inclined to acquiesce in the proposal. Feb. 8. Outrages against English residents still occur spasmodtically at Lisbon and Oporto. The {Republican press, in view of the approaching general elections, inhulges in exaggerated threats and bluster against England. It is understood that the final report of the special commission appointed to in. vestigate the charges miado against Mr. Parnell by the Tinmes, and which will be presented to Parliament as...

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FAREWELL TO MR. ASHER ELLIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 14 February 1890

FAREWELL TO MR: ASHiER-ELLIS. On Tuesday evening last, at the.Me- ti chanics' Institute. a very largo number of the friends of Mr. Asher Ellis, who has tli just been promoted to the charge of the vc Dimboola post oflice, assemlsble for the hi pnrpose of bilding him farewell. The chair was occupied by HMr. . J. in W. Patchell, J.P. cc Mr. J. W. Taverner, M.P., Mr. C. Yea, a' J.P., and many other leading residents of to tihe to-vn and district were present. li The usual loyal toasts of " Her iMajesty s the Queen" and " His Excellency the Governor" having been proposed by the chairman and duly honored, Qt Mr. C. Ye, .1.P., proposed " The Par liamenit of Victoria." All wouldI, Ice said, ft no doubt admcnit that it wats indeed a very i fortunate thing to have such a Parliamnentt as was possessed by the people of Victoria. tl The people, as a matter of fact, were the Parliament, as the representatives of their choice composed it, and it was conse- d quently a reflex of public opinion. His...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 14 February 1890

IJARVEST Hosm SALE.-The impression seems to be abroad that this has been an exceptionally good harvest, and that as a result money will be freely spent whenever and wherever large inducements are offered. So as not to leave any doubt in the minds of purchasers as to where the greatest and most genuine attractions may :b found, Messrs. Manning and Co., of View Point, Sandhurst, have issued a circular announcing reductions as high as Gs in the £, commen cing on Monday, and we feel certain their liberal offers will be taken full advantage of. For the convenience of those who come a long distance, and whose time for shopping is limited, this firm are preparing a large luncheon room, where light refreshment will be provided free of charge between the hours of 12 and 2 o'clock; The premises are to be decorated with choice samples of cereals, eta Many other novelties may be expected, judg ing from heir business.-ADvT. Wir REMLAIu Dear-If you have failed to be cured elsewvhere, write or app...

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STATE OF THE RIVERS. HEIGHT ABOVE SUMMER LEVEL. [BY TELEGRAPH.] Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 14 February 1890

STATE OF THE RIVERS. HEIGHT ABOVE SunrEn LEVEL. LDY TELEGRAPH.] Thursday. MURRAn . ft. in. Alury .. .. .. 0 11 Echues .. .. .. 3 0 Swan Hill .. .. '3 3 Eustoi .. .. .. 4 9 .... - •GOULBI0. ".URRUMIBIDGEE. Wagga .. .. .. .4 3 Ty - .. .. .. 0 7 Palraaald . . .. Sumwer level DAnLI'so. . enindio .. .. ..18 1 VWcptworth ... -.. .. 8 1 Wilcannia .. .. 1.1 1

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MR. J. T. BROWN V. THE "AGE." [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 14 February 1890

MR. J. T. BROWN V. THE "AGE." Thi libel action of J. T. Brown v. D. and J. C. Syme, tie proprietors of tle .lgi in which the plaintiff sought to recover the suml of £20,000 damages, was heard in tle Echlca Supreme Court on Wednes day. The following jury was enplnnelle : Messrs. Chas. Suell (foreman), C. White head, John Toehan, Ernest Myers, Jacob Mueller and Thos. Mlayer. Messrs. Peunncfathur and M'Intyre, in structel by Mr. lohday (Brown, Ellison and Co.), appeared for the plaintiff, and Messrs. Punres and Mitchell, instructrd by Messrs. Gillott, Croker and Snowdon for the defendants. Dr. Madden was also retained for the defence, but owing to pressure of business he was unable to be present. On the application of Mr. Purves, tile witnesses in the case were ordered out of court. Mr. M'lntyre opened the proceedings by reading the statement of claim, and the defence that had been entered up. Counsel read the articles dated 25th and 2Gth lMarch, 1889, containing the alleged libel, the...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KERANG FLOUR MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 14 February 1890

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

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 14 February 1890

Trade .Addresses. THE WHOLESALE CLOTHING CO. aSý endtrtJttl TWEEDS COATNGS 54,, TWEEDS COATINGS TWEEDS OATOI NGNG BLUE and FANCY SERGES. BLUE add FANCY SERGES. BLUE and FANCY SERGES. Blue and Fancy Serges. AND ENORMOUS STOCK. OUR OWN IMPORTING. rfl HE Assortment of SPRINS and - SUMMER GOODS is beyond doubt the best ever seen in the colonies. As usual we have a large staff of the Best Cutters & Workmen IN VICTORIA. ALL .'OOL; TWEED TROUSERS (to order), 12s Gd. ALL WOOL TWEED SUITS (to order), 46s. WRITE FOR SAMPLES. Oar Traveller Visits the District every Two Months. J; T. MIDDLETON, General Manager. THOS. M. FRASER I)EG to inform the inhabitantsof Pyramid SHill and District that, having pur chased the business carried on by him for Mr A. J. Jones, hie is prepared to do all descriptions of HARNESS AND SADDLE WORK AT LOWEST PRIDES, Combined with best workmanship. FIRST-CLASS GENERAL STOCK Always kept on hand. ERANG flOTEL JOHN CULLEN. PROPRIETOR. REST WINES AND SPIRITS IN STOO...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 14 February 1890

Medical. ALL DISEAESFS OF LONG STANDING CON PLETELY CIURED BY IIERIBAL MAGNETIC TREATMENT." Chronic Snfferers Should not Fail to Consult MR H. E. KUGELMANN ConsnltinS lIerbali~t end Eclectic Of 172 and 171 \VILLIAM STREET, MELOURNE. 'ISITS KEIANG EVERY MONTH (read advertise ment forDates.) Rl/t. KUGELMANN'S treatment differs entirely from all others known, and he has cured more eases 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 old 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 (near Beaufort) Victoria. 1 12 1 '88. MIn. H. E. KUGOELIANS, Consulting Herbalist, Melbourne. Dear. Sir,-As you are publishing some sworn declarations of cases cured, I wish to send you a statement of my ca...

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GORDON SHIRE COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 14 February 1890

GORDON SHIRE COUNCIL The annual meeting of the council was held on Friday last at the offices, Durham Ox. Present-Crs. Kelly (president), Beas' Kemp, M'Gillivray, Malone, Pickles, Nixon and Andrews. The following statement of receipts and expenditure for the year ending30th Seplemn bher, 1St9, also the auditors' report, was re ceived and adopted : ItEccsera.-'l'o general rate of one shilling in the £ on the annual value of ratable pro perty as per assessment, £2,499 3s. 4d : en dowment, £2,033 1s. Gd.; licenses-e-quiva lent for publican's, £G9 1Gs. Gd.; slaughter ing, £14 ; fees, weigllbridges, Bloort, £15 -is. 6dl.; Pyramid Hill, £63 19s. Gd.; Mologa, £15 3s.; dog registraiion, £76 7s. Gd.; pounds, £4 2s. 4d.; lines, 13s.; depositson contracts, £132 Ss. 3d.; refund cost rabbit destruction, £17 10s. 10d.; subsidies-Government, special, £274 Is. 5d.; agricultural statistics, £25 189.; recoup for purchase of land Railwa) department, £100 ;refunds, £2 11s.; cheques cancelled, £14 Os. 4...

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THE FEDERATION CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 14 February 1890

THE FEDERATION' CONFERENCE. di ti The first open sitting of the Federation Conference took place in the Legislative Council chamber on Monday, when all the i delegates were present. There was a large a attendance in the galleries, and great inte rest was taken in the proceedings. Sir Henry t Parkes moved the first resolution, declaring that it was desirable there should be an early union of all the colonies under the Crown, and in an eloquent speech commended it to the consideration of the conference. He aimted at seciring a compllete union and-the establishment of an all-powerful Central Government and Legislature. Sir Samuel ! Grifith, of Queensland, who followed, while cordially supporting the resolution, was pre pared to accept what was practicable rather 1 than nothing at all. IHe was succeeded by Mr. Playford, of South Australia, who im parted animation to the proceedisngs by a vigorous criticism of the conduct of New South Wales in. r'gard to federation, and of the policy of ...

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