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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 18 February 1890

CncK:eT.--The following members of the Kerang Cricket -Club have been selected to play in the Cup match. against the Gordon Club on Satur day next, il the Show Grounds, play to commence at 12.30 sharp :-Messrs. Crawford, Stranger, Trmnan, Tregear, Flight, C. Helhns, Seriven, Marks, Dyall, Hlerdnan and Dr. Stoker. Emergencies -Messrs. IHosling, Rundle and Breen. Umpire--- .rr. Ii. S. Sabine. Scorer-Mr. T. Bo--=s..co. In connection with -the same competition the Kdrang Trades will also meet the Tragowel Club on the same day, at tlhe rear of the railway station. Tihe Trades will be selected from the fol lowing : - Messrs. Vinnard (captain), Edmtondson, Aitken, Morey, Foyster, Stewart (2), James, Hilder, ?Wetzel, Day, Ryan, Miltnan and Smalley. - SBosn Fa.'--On Saturday evening last, about six o'clock, a fire broke out on the road near the State School at Rohan's Waterhole::, and spreading into the land of -Mr.-\-L. ala?osry adjoinin??.burnt rabtto paddock cf grss, before it t cotrso co...

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
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THE FEDERAL CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 18 February 1890

THE FEDERAL CONFERENCE. The Federation Conference practically concluded its business on Thursday. The proceedings were remarkable from the i fact that the principal speeches were de- i livered by Sir Henry Parkes and Mr. Gil lies, the Premiers of the leading colonies, and because some important resolutions were agreed to. Sir Henry Parkes began t to reply to the debate on his motion at s about 25 minutes past 11, and in expecta- s tion of an unusually good effort on his I part, there was a very large attendance in t the galleries. At the outset there was a v flavoring of ascerbity in his remarks, and v once or twice some caustic satire at the s expense of Mr. Playford and Sir James o Lee Steere, but once free from personal .v considerations he became oratorical to a tl degree not before attained during the it conference. In the beginning the speech tl did not promise well; in the end it was P allowed to have been an achievement. e Mr. Gillies, who followed, founsd himself G pressed ...

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A LOCAL INSOLVENCY CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 18 February 1890

A LOCAL INSOLVENCY CASE. Asmirrender meeting iun th bankrupt estate of Thoimas: Barclay.?w;.as held on Ttuesday, 11thinst., atte DeniliquinBank ruptcy' Court, before Mr. Commissioner Scott,: P.'1., for the examination of the i nisolveint.. Mr: Gillott appeti?red for theii -isolvent, and Mr.'Wilson for Mr M. JM. . CaresW, one of the creditors.' Thomas Barclay deposed that he; sur rendered himself to the court tlb explain the-cause of- his. insolvency;h-le was 1 lately District Court Bailiff, and now a bankrnipt; he did not on his own account go into the Basikrilpt Court, biut was forced into it by Messrs. Jameson, Noyes and Carew; they filed a petition against him ; their. three'debts amounted to'£68; he would not have gone insolvent if' he had not 'been. forced by them, and not under any.circumstances in New. South Wales; he sent in his schedule when called on to do so, and he did not wish to imend. it, as it :was correct; he had no books in his possession to show how he made his sc...

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MELBOURNE MARKET REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 18 February 1890

MELBOURNE MARKET RePgRtTS. Messrs. Binny Nicoll and Co., chaff mcr chants, 56 Spencer-street, report :-During the past week the chaff market has im proved slightly, the deliveries not being quite so heavy since our last report. Really prime is still very scarce. A good demand exists at prices ap to £3 15s.; medium from £2 15s. to £3 5s.; inferior from £2 upwards. All quotations bags included. Oats, Victorian, 2s. 7d. to 2s. 9d.; New Zealand, 3s. 3d.; bran, 115?.; pollard, ls. Messrs. Merry and Syme report supplies still coming to hand freely, and business transacted as under :-Chaff : iest, £3 10s. to £3 15s. ; second, £2 15s. to £3 5s.; inferior, £2 anl upwards. All quotations bags in. Oats: Stout Victorians. 2s. 10d. to 2s. lid. ; stout New Zealand, is. Id. ; light, 2s. Gd. to 2s. 7d. ; Algerians, 2s. 3d. to 2s. 4d. Wheat, 2s. 11d to 2s. 3d. Io. ; best, Ss 6d. to 3s. SId. Maize, 4s. Cape barley, 2s. 3d. to 2s. 1Id. Peas, 3s. Messrs. I. Langford and Co. report the following sales o...

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COHUNA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 18 February 1890

COHUNA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) A meeting of the Cohuna Creamery Company took place at the residence of Mr. D. Maxwell on Monday evening last.   There were present--Messrs. Adams (in   the chair), Isaac. Strachan and M'Donald. The minutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed. Notwithstanding that tenders had been called for the build-   ing in the metropolitan and local press, no tenders came in. It was considered that the time given to construct the building ! was too short, consequently the secretary was instructed to again call for tenders and allow four months to complete the work. It was unanimously agreed that punctual payment of the calls should be in fact, their own affair--it was hoped that the shareholders would not compel any strong measures to be resorted to. There   are not many behind in their payments, and these are frequently found inquring why the building is not going on. The building will go on and b...

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RUST DISEASE IN HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 21 February 1890

RUST DISEASE IN HORSES. A correspondent of the lVarracl nabeal Herald writes :-In your issue of the tGrh inst. I see that my prediction ihas unfor tunately proved true with regard to horses and cattle being affected this sea son in consequence of rust in the chaffand hay, and there is not Ilie slightest doubt but that tihe parasite has a great deal to do witth this sickness, in coussequence of it being poisonous in a degree and that the straw as well as thle graiin has been seriously affected and becomie noxious. In consequence of the rust fnaermrs ihave on hand a deal of tuisaleable grain, and there is also mnore grain in the headings this season, which showrs greatly the effect of rust in as much as it is in carbon saffron. However the rust cannot be blamed for the whlole results, for there are so ianny persons who still persist in feeling their stockl on German chaff, and nnturally do and will suffer from their owni acts of foolishness and greed not boering in seined that it is e...

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APPROACHING SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 21 February 1890

APPROACHING SALES. Particulars of the following sales appear in our advertising columns: By YEo, TAVexeint .uD Co., Ltd. Friday, February, 2lst.-l319a. 3p land, situate in parish of Buldgerunm West: C20 acres aInnd, parish of Gunbower West. Tuesday, February 25th.-Valuable agri cultural land on the Murray; live stock and farming implements at Canary Islandl. Friday, March 7th.-Sale of 121 acres of freehold land adjoining townviship of Kerang. Br L. MacrrensoN, SnERso .LAD Co., Ltd. Wednesday, February lOth.-Stock, farm ing implements, etc., at l.oddon Vale. Thursday, February 27thi.-Clearing sale at Tragowel. lr J. T. PnaocTsruE. February 17th, 19th and .19th.-Groceries drapery, etc., at Kerang.

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COURTS FOR FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 21 February 1890

COURTS :FOR °FEBRUARY. The following arle tho:appointments [of Mr. Taylor, .P.M.,Y for the ,ensuing month :- - Wodnlesdtlay, 19th, Kerang. Thursday; 20th, Pyramid Hill, revision court. Friday, 21st; KIieran Saturday, 22nd, Castlemaino, licensing court, and Maldon court. Tuesday, 25th, Serpentine, revision court. Wednesday; 26t, Wycheproof, roevision court. Friday, 28thi, Sandhnrst Inglewood, licenousing court, 5 p In. Marcih-SatirdJay, lst, Eihuca, licensing conrt. WYednesday,'12th, Sandihurst, licensing ourt.

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JOINT TRUST MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 21 February 1890

JOINT TRUST MEETING. On Monday aInst a joint meeting of the Wandella and Leaghlir and Meering Irri gation and \Vater Supply Trusts was held at the office of the Wandella Trust. There were present-Cmra. Williamnson, Cook, RIadclil, iButler, M'Kenzio and Avard (Wandella T'rust), ant ll erdmnan, Wood, V. Dantstan, lloweroft and W. J. Dunstan (Leaghnr and Moeering.) Cmr. Williamson vas voted to the chair. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. The chairman explained that the con ference Ihad been called fur the purpose of dealing with a letter front the Water Supply Department, and a report by Mr. Burke, C.L., on soame works fur which tenlders had been accepted 'by the joint trusts. 'Lhine letter was as follows:-"In reply to trust's communication etquiring the cause of the delay in considering tuitders forwtrdol on the 2nd nilt., stating that they hicd to be submittedin connection with theo Leaghur and Meering Trust's application for ad ditional loan, and tlhat the...

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STATE OF THE RIVERS. HEIGHT ABOVE SUMMER LEVEL. [BY TELEGRAPH.] Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 21 February 1890

STATE OF THE RIVERS. HeIHr aeour. SuonEr LEIze. _UY TPLrGRAPU usII. a Albory '!:IT.o : reot- t Albury \o report. eltucati11 2 8 Swan Hil .. ... .28 GouSneyu 0 So) mont .. . . Ot IURonU3ttIDOEE. Wagga 2 * Hay Ititranald Suomaer level. 1enlie 1.. . 7 Wentworth: -. : 2 Wilcanonia . - 20 2

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WESLEYAN CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 21 February 1890

WESLEYAN CONFERENCE. The nnual conference of the WesleSyan Ministers in Victoria and Trsmannis was held in Melbourne lately. Nearly all the Victorian and some of the Tasmanian mninisters attended. The R1ev. E. \V. Nye, of lBallarat West, was elected presi. dlent for 1300. For the first week minis ters alone itrued tihe conference, the principal matters of business being the examination into chlmaracter and teaching, which is made every year in the case of each minister; thle receil ion of cuandidates for tilhe ministry; the consideration of pro bationers' exatnialions, &e. On Moanday, 2Sth January, tIhe United Conference assetblcd, lay representatives from thIe different circuits taking their placcs with the meinistors. 'T[e Kerang circuit was representedl Iby Mr. E. 1lol lowiay, of Soutlt Kerang. At this con ference several questions of great interest to Wesleyans gonerally were discussed. Efforts were unsnccessfumlly m'ade to alter thle Ipresent metlhod of stiationing miin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 21 February 1890

swane amasaCBBBB THE WHOLESALE CLOTHING CO. .- . - od -1. * *. 0-a' TWEEDS COATINGS \ I, ° - I " il^^'--? ?- . TWEEDS TWEEDS COATINGS TWEEDS COATINGS. BLUE and FANCY SERGES. BLUE and FANCY SERGES. BLUE and FANCY SERGES. Blue and Fancy Serges. AND ENORMOUS STOCK. OUR OWN. IMPORTING. TrHE Assortment of SPRING and 1 SUMMER GOODS is beyond doubt the best ever seen in the colonies. As usual we have a largo staff of the Best Cutters & Workmen IN VICTORIA. 'ALL 'WOOL TWEED TROUSERS -. (to order), 12s Gd. .'AL WOOL TWEED SUITS (to / order), 46s. WRITE FOR SAMPLES. Our Travwller Visits the District every Two Months. J. T. MIDDLETON, General Manager. THOS. M. FRASER BEG to inform the inhabitantsof Pyramid Hill and District that, haviog pur-. ohird the business carried on by him for Mr A. J. Jones, he is prepared to do all descriptions of HiARNESS AND SADDLE WORK AT LOWEST PRICES, Combined with best workmanship. FIRST CLASS GENERAL STOCK Always kept on hand. (ER AN G 0 OT EL JOHN CULLE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 21 February 1890

TO TIEfl DEAF. The description of n simlple remedybflly which a person has just been conmpletely cured of deafness and noises in the fhendr of FORTYTEEASs STAMbO,I5O cfan bie hal free of charge on application verbnally or by letter to I'N ICHOL SSON, 175 William Street Melboursne.: Wnyr Bracs DeAFr-If you have feilee to be cored elsewhere, write or apply to th. Aural Clinic, 1.5 Collins-street: Melbourne Their new, scientifle, entirely successful and painless Electro-Medication treatment conm pletely cares Deafness, Noises in the Headl. discharges, etc., no mnatter of how long standing. Ear drums no longer necessary. Advice and descriptive pamphlet free. N.B. -All our appliances and remedies are patented throughout the cirilisedl world. AnvT.) W/anted. TANTED KNOWN.-158 bags or Clean ® Seed English Barley for sale. Apply Matthew Bennett, Murrabit P.O. 530 BTANTBD, Immediately, 100 Pick and Shovel Men, 100 Scoops and Horses, also Bullock Teams. Apply JAMES I'AREER. Contractor, Nation...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 21 February 1890

ýwad Addra ees0s ADVANCES ON WOOL, GRAIN, &c. Goldsbrougn. iort a Co. O (LIMITEI).) Capital-£' ,C00,000" Capital paid nup-£350000. Subscribed, £3,503,000. Reserve Fund. £210,000C. Al BEAD (WFFIOC-MELBOURNE. (1 OLDS1OCGn II, 1I0CT and CO., Limi T tesl. make lib ral casoh advoncs on the erans ina a'inr cio' Wn and on Station Pecorithi. TI-y roil Ancfionn Sales of Woel twice ratat cat ar aring the «sejrm,, anal at frequent intarv d T. erin tIes I t:r montlhs. Acei!. * 'a a Tarlla li ' r, cheep=kips an- s t!o r S `ra Tr;:ne, :re hbld thrice echoae '; ttioscl:out tie ,nar. As Aa i S !°a rfc Orina chelde cr.lh Wed ne d :y ;;,.;i;,, i .a- ý a:: c :eon. Irc( Certaae ca. WOOL. bydn'' i'sl -t'ircu'- Qay. - omt1.') B ach-131 anal 157 Tealendn Ihallstr't acnt at Kerang F. .1. TAVERNER. PORTRAITS: PORT'AITS. TIlE VICTORIA PIiOTOGRAIHIIC COMPANY S Well-known and admirably arranged F. TRIAVELLINS - PORTRAIT SALOON i Now open for Iusiness at Rerang. adjoining G THE COMMERCIAL HOTEL, KERANG....

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LATEST CABLEGRAMS. THE JUBILEE PLUNGER. AN OUTRACE SWIFTLY AVENGED, THE BRITISH IN EAST AFRICA. PROF. TYNDALL'S OPINION OF MR. GLADSTONE. THREATENED REVOLUTION IN PORTUGAL. MR. PARNELL AND THE TIMES. IMPENDING COLLIERY STRIKE. THE IMPRISONMENT OF DUC DO[?]LEANS. THE BOULANGIST PARTY. THE VOYAGE OF THE R.M.S. VICTORIA. AUSTRALIAN FEDERATION. ENGLAND AND PORTUGAL. THE GERMANS IN EAST AFRICA. MR. JAMES WHITE'S COLTS. LONDON, Feb. 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 21 February 1890

LATEST CABLEGRA MS. TILE .IUBILEE PLUNGER. AN OUTRAGE SWIFTLY AVENGfED, THE BI1ITISII IN EAST AFRICA. PRltOF. TYNDALL'S OPINION OF MIL. GLADSTONE. TI11EATENED IREVOLUTION 1I I'OWti*Ut-tA, .. MIR. 1'ARINELL AND TlE TIMES. IMP'ENDING COLLIEIIY STRIKE. THE IMPlISONMENT OF DUC D'O LEANS. TIE iSOULANGIST 1'AISTV. THIIE VOYAGE OF THE 11.DM51.8. - VICTORIA. AUSTRAIIAV FEI)EIRATION. ENGLAND AND POIRTU(;AL. THE GERMANS IN EAST AFRICA. IMR. JAMES WllTITE'S COLTS. (cOm AAGUS.T1D AGE CORtRESPONI)ENTS.) LONDON, Feb. 14. Ernest ]Benzon, known generally as the " Jubilee 1'lunger," olin was arrested some weeks ago at MonIe Carlo on tlhe c charge of forging M\ir. \Vargreave's nanmet to a cheque for £1000 at Nice, and who I pleadled guilty to the charge, has been sentenced to three mouth's iunprison ment. Mr. \Wargreave hail refiuse1 to proseeute, and the ca e had then been taken up by the Attorney-General. A terrible ease of crime and its pnnish- 1 nient by Lynch Law is reported front - America. Las...

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OPENING OF THE MURRABIT WEST BUTTER AND CHEESE FACTORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 21 February 1890

OPENING OF THE MURRABIT in WEST BUTTER AND CHEESE I FACTORY: tI toi Tuestday last was a rdl-letter daty in the Mnirabit district, it being thie occasion t of the opening of the above factory, which cc adds one more to tho list bf- this particular ol industry, which is imalting such rapid f strides amongst the farmeors of Victoria, t and in the northern district in piartiecular: I ur It is only during the lust threo or fouir years that this branch of frnning tias U been systematicaelly gone into in these piarts, anil as thIe district in wthichI the new T factory ties been erected is one of the best for dairying purposes in Victoria, there is no doubt, with proper management it will tiiri out a success. In March last the initiatory steps. were taken by calling aa fublic b meeting for the purpose of fornsing a cheese and butter factory conspany, limitedl. After the lohling of several meetings, and when thie surrounding farmers hald been interviewed to ascertain their views on the propo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 21 February 1890

Legal. CONNELLY AND TATCHELL SOLICITORS, ELDON CHAMBERS, WELLINGTON ST., EBRANG, and at Sandhurst and Melbourne. TRUST MONEYS TO LEND, sums of £100 and upwards, on Freehold or Crown Leasehold Securities. £10,000 TO LEND, In one sum, on Freehold Security. BROWN, ELLIS'3ON C (Membcrs :-T. S. HonnAY; C. FRED. IKE nEDY; MYLES O'Brlse.) OLICITOIIS, CONVEYANCERS, PROC TORS & ATTORNEYS, WELLINGTON STREET, KERANG MYLES O'EFIEN, Commissioner for Ali davits. £47,000 TO LEND, in various sums, On Freehold ana Leasehold Securities. SLOWEST INTEREST. L tof O'IE bov named. Private address-CULLEN'S HOTEL. PUBLIC NOTICE. A. J. JONES BDEGS to inform his numerous customers, S friends and patrolns that hie has remove l his Sa-hdlery Business to his premises in Scoresby-street. next to Messrs. C. Adams and Co's. establishment, and, having re covered from hiis late illness, he is now pre pared to execute faithfully all orders en trusted to his care. A large supply of Saddlery always kept in stock...

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Kerang Times. Published Tuesdays and Fridays, WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 21 February 1890

~zranj iuura . Published Tuesdays and Fridays, WITH WEELUY SUPPLEMENT. FRIDAY1, FEBRIUARY 1, ISO. ILeu. SEarICE TO FISI POINT.-The following is a copy of a reply received fronm thle DI)epty 'ostmaoter-General by MIr. J. W. Taverner, M.P., in nanswer to a communication desiring a mail service between Lake Boga and Fish Point: "I lhave tihe honor to inform you that arrangements have been mande with Messrs. Dennis and Dennis to convey a loose bag to and from Fish Point and Lake Bogs, six days a week, iuntil the 30th.T11 Juno next. Tenders for the continna tion of the service for the triennial period from 1st TJuly, 1890, to 80th June, 1893, will be publicly invited." SwnN IILL Racss. In our advertising coluiuns appears the programme of events to be contested at the annual meeting of the Swan Hill Jockey Club on Monday, March 17th. The money offered (£llOin all) shoul1 bring large fields, and tlhe meeting will, doubtless,provo successful. PREvreSTION OF FIRE.- ir.1 M'Colllately wrote to...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 21 February 1890

MARRIAGE. BEGUIN- KIRWIN.-On the 15th of Feb., at Royal Hotel, Kerang, by the Rev. E. J. Madden, Edward Beguin, head teacher State School, Cohuna, to Mary Helene, Eldest daughter of Andrew Kirwan,, Esq., J.P.Cullen

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MATRIMONIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 21 February 1890

MATRIMONIAL. (FROM A CORRESPONDENT.) On the 15th inst. Mr. E. Beguin, head teacher at the Cohuna State School, was united in the holy bonds of matrimony to Miss Kirwan. daughter of Mr. A. Kirwan,   J.P., of Cullen. The hymeneal cercmony   was performed by the Rev. E. J. Madden, after which an adjournment was made to the Royal Hotcl, where a sumptuous wed- ding breakfast was laid out by the proprietor, Mr. P. O'Donnell, conspicuous amongst the   numerous tempting edibles on the table being the proverbial, though handsome, wedding cake. The customary speeches were indulged in by those present, and a very pleasant hour was spent. As the report of a wedding is incomplete (in the opinion of the ladies, at least) with- out a descriptlion of the dresses. I will give a brief description of those worn viz.:-The bride's dress was of bronze merelleoux. trimmed with drapary of brocaded ribbon (venetian pattern), white lace and garlands of white Ilowers, bo...

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