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

DESTRUCTIVE FIRE. On Wednesday evening last, shortly be fore 7 o'clock, Mr. II. Leathart, of Capel's Crossing, sustained a severe loss by lire, his resildence, consisting of eiglht rooms, being entirely cosnsued. Ties house, for which Mr. Leatlhart held a colonial wine licence, was elso iused as a post olice. About the time mentioned Mr. Leathart was in the paddock adjoining, when helie noticed the house in Ilanmes. Hle ie muediately hastened to the place, and, die covering tlhat his wife was in one of the roomes, rushed into the burning building to save her, in the act of whlich hle narrowly escaped hlimsolf. Fortunately, however, Mr. Irown, teacher of the Capel's Crossing State Sclhool,llad,a few seconds previously, entered by another door, asl found Mred. Leatlhart in the bedroom in a bewvilderad. state, partly from the effects of thle smoke and flames, and partly from excitemenit. Hlie iniuediately helped lher outside. Had Mr. Brown not acted se pronmptly tiers is little dloibt ...

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
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TRADES V. TRAGOWEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 25 February 1890

TRADES V. TiRAG0WrEL. This match, played at the rear of the' railway station, was somewhat exciting in consequeince of the evenness of the scoring of both teams. Thie Trades were the first to wield the willow to the bowling of M'Calthvl and Cox. Edmondson, how ever, was the only one to reach. double figures, having made 19 before he was caught hy Harrison, off Cox. The other 10 balsmen were disposed of for 21, making a total of 40 for the innings. Tragowel, who have an unbeaten record, as far as the cup matches are concerned, then occupied the wickets for about an hour, compiling during their short sojourn a.total of 45 runs, or fioe inad going in again a good stand was made by Edmondson and James, the former by good cricket again making the re epectal!c score of 20, being caught and bowled by Vains when he had been credited with that nunmber. James also played well for 19 (not out). J. S*owart was bowled by Harrison for 1, when Viunnard filled the vacancy, and shortly afterwards, w...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 25 February 1890

.R IC K ET. For the Kernng Challenge Cup, two matches were played ht lierang on Seitur. day,, viz., Kerang v. Gordotts, and Triades v. Tragowel. The former took iplace in the Show Grounds. Gordons went first to the wickets, and ahlthough for wickets went down for nine runs, the remainder of the tam brouglht the score up. to 00 before the last wicket fell, the principal scorerts being Crane (30), Walker (12), and Jobling (18). After a brief interral, Truman and Dyall were sent to the wickets for Kerang, the former being the first to receive the initial over (or it least a portion of it), the third ball taking his wicket. Marks tilled the vacancy, but. after tmaking two, was unfortunately rln out. The others followed in quick sutce cession, none of whom were allowed to remnin long enough to reach double figures. the total at the close of the innings being 390, or 51 less than their opponents. Gorlons then went in for their secondt innings, and when thls stumps were drawn lhdt sncceede...

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THE VICTORIAN DIVORCE BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 25 February 1890

THE VICTORIAN DIVORCE BILL. The London correspondent of the I rgut und?r date 19th Fhebrnary, states that the C.binet has decided to advise Her Majesty tile Queen to give her assent to the Vic. ta'ian Divorce Bill. Mr. W. Shiels, M.L.A., laid before the Cabinet the reasons why it shoull receive He.r Majesty's assent. He pointed out that many of the leading statesmaen and judges in the .ues tralian colonies were in favor of the legis lation emubodite in the bill, including Mr. Gillies, the Premier of Victoriai; Mr. lantes Service, M.L.C. ; Mr. Highi bothamn, Chief Justice of Victoria; Dr. i'earson., .L.A., Minister of Educatiln, Victoria:; Sir tenry Parikes, Premier of New South Wales: Sir Alfre.l Stephen, Lieulenant-Governor, and forimerly Chief Justice if New South Wales; Mr. Justice Windeo or, of New South iVates; Sir J.Tohn Downer, late Premier of South Australia ; Mr. C. C. Kingston, late Attornev-General of South Australia ; Mr. 'omans 'Playford, late Premtier of South Australi...

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ERECTION OF COOL STORAGE SHEDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 25 February 1890

ERECTION OF COOL STORAGE SHEDS. Accolrding to the A?I;e the erection of cool stores for perishabll produce at the various railway.stations Iehs made con siderable progress, and these stores are now in luse at thirty different stations. There are 43 others now in course of erection or authorised for erection. Two methlods ofconstructioni were tried at first, with the view of tiudiog out the best dle sign and mniterials, nnd the structures are now being built on an accept plan. The orignal desi.rn used in sonae of the earlier buildings consisted of two chambers with a passage bhe ween and a 'oor at each onl of it opening to the platform. The rooms are 1O x 20 feet. The form now adopted gives one rooll only, with a passage covering its entrance and a porch in front. It is found that one room will be large enough for the traffic for probably many years. and a considerable earing in outlay has been securedlby cutting away useless space on the plans. With regard to materials, trials were ...

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MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 25 February 1890

31EETG.-lThe rortlhl ialf- en ly nmeet in"; of shareholders in the \Iscoiaii ndi District Butter a'ln Cheese Factory Corn pnny, Liinited, is adlertised, to bl held on a'Satnrdi; next, ,1set March at b 'i. ; FArMEr~ C!lcostsos -inl Epartici, lrs?? of ai cheallp ecision to Melblilureo frolli orieana'ndl all st'atilons tlhence to Eaglea - hiwk.iuclisive on' Monlda r; 3d aricli ari d vicrlised elsehliere.

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KERANG ANNUAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 25 February 1890

KERANG ANNUAL RACES. The following handics;pshave been de-° clared for the Time Handicip -Trot in coninection with the :mnnual] :meeting of the Kerang Turf Club, .to be held on Wednesday, 12th March i-l Eflie Deans .... 50 see. behind cer. Derby ... . ...O 50 Nellio e . . 35 , Mund 2 , . Chester. 25 Trinket ... 20 . , Carrier ... .. 20 Orphlan ... .. 20 . Gone for Ever ... 15 , Little Larry ... 15 Iess .. .. 10 Ella ... ... Alice Dick ... ... 5 , Ida . . scratch Dexter Dolly". :. ?"- '' .L-:: ,eesw.ing. ... .. I. : ' E[LI -th:indc app ers. OC:11 1 YO Umnpinre

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ORIGINAL POETRY. TRUE NOBILITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 25 February 1890

ORIGINAL POETRY. T'rI E NOBILITY. A true and nloble man is he. Who. though he feels the wrack within Of passions raine to basest siti, Yet moulds his life in purity. Who though a safe retreat may see, F. Jromn sco.r : nd lat trrl.mgi?il.hilgh. li idignant spoiurns theconward sit?l ' lie - This is the true nobility. Who triumphs not when' others fall, Nor cuMes God when others rise, But-from within who sees the wise And Sovereign.will; that moves in all. Who in the diu of clashing arms; Discerns a purpose-ileep and brad :Beyond the metal and.the sword.. And all the count.ess vaguenlarm s. \Vhose conscience is both flesh ail u ne--. "The Life by which the blood is stirred." ,This creel embiodied in a word-- , "That Truth is beautiful alone.' ::: The soul in nature seeks to find,i -The reilex of the comuion mind, Through which the ages ebbi and tflow. Andwhe? ithis earth is growing dimns4 And bshadows loom al ni;the urcohon N.o backweard glances of remorse, a?. Shall dim the light of h...

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APPROACHING SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 25 February 1890

APPROACHING SALES.. . :;Particulars.of te.. following, salos a.pear in our idvertising columns.:- .', BY .EO, TAVRn.'\En AN! Co:, :hl.:. IFriday, Febray, , 21st.--319a. 33lp la.nd, situatein -prish of IBudgerum. West : 320 acres land, 'parish'of Gunbower West. . Tuesday, Febraiary 25th-\Valuable' agri cultural land on the fMuriny ; live stock and farming implements at Canary: I land. Friday, starch 7tt;:--Sale of 128 zcres of freehold land adjoining township of Kerang. BY L. MLimc'nensok, Sv?RsnnriI:O A.D Co., Ltd. ,Wednesday, February 19h.--Stock, farm ing implements; etc., at oilddob Vale. Thursday, February 27th.--Clearing sale at Tragow.l; IrJ: T. PnocTrien. SFebrdaty'17ih,1l9ili in 19thi Griccries drappry, etc.,,aten. Koran

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LATEST CABLEGRAMS. A LONDON SCANDAL. TERRIBLE COLLIERY EXPLOSION AUSTRALIAN FEDERATION. THE TIMES-PARNELL COMMISSION. THE WEST AUSTRALIAN QUESTION. AFFAIRS IN FRANCE. THE GERMAN ELECTIONS. THE ARMENIAN ATROCITIES. A LONDON FOG. SOUTH AFRICAN AFFAIRS. THE ENGLISH BUTTER TRADE. THREE THOUSAND FISHERMEN DROWNED. THE CRONIN MURDER TRIAL. LONDON, Feb. 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 25 February 1890

LA TEST. CABLEGRAMS. :A LOiDO s, SCAND)IL. TERRIBLE COLLIERY \ I'l.OSION AUSTRALIAN F DERATION. TIlE TIMES -PARINEII. COMIMISSION. TIlE \EST AUS.TIiAI IAN QUESTI'ION. AFFIAllS IN F:tANCE. TIlE CiGEl.XAN ELECTIONS. TIE AIlMENIAN .\TIIOC'lTIES. A LONDON FOG. SOUTH AFRICAN AFFAIRS. TIlE ENGLISII BUTTER TRADE. TiRIEE TIIOUSAND FISIIEIl.M1EN ,DROWNED. :THE CRONIN 1MURlDER TRIAL. :(FROI ARGUS A.LN AGE CORRESPONDENTS.) Losnox, Feb. 19. A scandal having some sensationl1 features Lns been brought before the p slice caurt. The evidence addnce.l was to the effect that a young woman, who alleged that she had: been seduced anI fir some time maintained by Mr. Lewis: Henry Isaacs, Af. P. for the .Woalworth division asleor?-"ýiviiagtdon2;: catte uall onlao I ni", e r-qltly ; and demonaded to be friruished with money. The demand was refused, anwl the woman then fired a revolver at him. The wound inflicted was, however, only slight. Sh" was charged with the offence to-day and committed for trial. A t...

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STATE OF THE RIVERS. HEIGHT ABOVE SUMMER LEVEL. [BY TELEGRAPH.] Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 25 February 1890

:STATE: OF THE RIVERS. . l. ur . - .. ';1 : 0 nditlo .2 t?li. 1?.. .: E 111% F uanion ;Lrv Fla 1 . ond t Sna i [l .i Vlcnnl .1:. 1 Mouaeuho3 . . 18

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 25 February 1890

rja, D: ?T. Wilf.d soA notifi&,in.o?nr And.Fitisin; columns that he. is. i fferint, 'very cheap'lines in drapery, men's- cloth-? i,; &c.lai that a first?.class; dressy and ninntle makeo is employed on the-pre imise9d- N TO ~ii~~~-:·b --:: - - 'Li· :· -

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KERANG FLOUR MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 25 February 1890

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

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 25 February 1890

Trade A?ddsesse. vWHOLESALE 'LOTH [NG CO. 1 od cLJS)1 .t. ' " . . v' e. - fWEEDS rCOATINGS TWEEDS COATINGS TWEEDS COATINGS TWEEDS COATINGS. BLUE and FANCY SERGES BLUE and FANCY SERGES. BLUE and FANOY SERGES. Blue and Fancy Serges. AND ENORMOUS STOCK. OUR OWN IMPORTING. T HE Assortment of BPRING and SUMMER GOODS is beyond doubt the bht ever seen in the colonies. A. nsual we have a large staff of the Best Cutters & Workmen IN VICTORIA. (to order), 12 G6d. ALL WOOL TWEED SUITS (to order), 46s. WRITE FOR SAMPLES. Our Traveller Visits the Distriot every Two Months. J.' T. MIDDLETON, General Manager. THOS. M. FRASER BEG to inform the inhabitants of Pyramid Hill and District that, having pur chased the business carried on by him for Mr A. ;J. Jones, he is prepared to do all descriptions of IHARNESS AND SADDLE WORK AT LOWEST PRICES, Combined with best workmanship. FIRBT-CLASS GENERAL STOCK Always kept on hand. K'ERANG U H O T E L JOHN CULLEN PROPRIETOR. BEST WINES AND SPIRITS IN STO...

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Kerang Times. Published Tuesdays and Fridays, WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 25 February 1890

Published Tuesdays and Fridays, WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. T'UESDA ?. FEB1 .UARY?:*o,,58O.0. THAT there are rocks Tn1 ,..K.t l ahead of the Ministry is every day becoming more and more apparent; and to-steer clear of them when Parliament reas sembles will tax the ingenuity of Mr. Gillies and his colleaguestothe utmhost. Ministers have had no serious difficul ties to encounter since the general election, while they have enjoyed the advantage of being able to command a substantial and complaisant majority in the Assembly, reflecting the de liberately expressed opinion of the country that the Coalition Ministry was entitled to a longer trial. But Mr. Gillies and his colleagues have lost not a little popularity during their extended lease of Ministerial life, and the Premier's reputation for political sagacity certainly does not stand so high to-day as it did twelve months ago. The discovery that the much vaunted surplus revenue existed only on paper and the announcement at the very close ...

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KERANG POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21ST. (Before Messrs. J. G. Taylor, P.M., and L. F. Westblade, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 25 February 1890

KERANG. POLICE COURT. FlbAl', FEBRUAIlY 21ST. (ILefole Messrs. .T. G. Taylor, P.M., and L. F. Westbladc, T.P.) If. Tre cey and A. Albutlhnot, Irnstees in estate of J;as. .Jorgenson, ,v.' W em. lertrain.--33Ir. N1. O'Briel (Brown, Ellisoi and Co.) for plaintiff, Mr. Tatchell (Connolly and Tatchell) for lefendlant. Postponed to 7th March, defendant to pay 123. 6d. costs. John O'Flern v. E. "J. Long.-Illegal detention of a bnllock. M.r. Tatche!l for p:lintiff, Mr. O'Brien for defeiilant. After h'"aring the case for plaintiff,. lr O'Brien contendled that it should hba dismissed, as no notice had been given before the time as to which detelntion hal ioeen allege:t. Case ldismissed, with £3 15.s. 6d. costs. W. Gray v. 1. C. Dowling.--Sutmmons fo,.rcor,,,ii tt,,,nfl I,'..:7,,tl Ollf-,,r..hdt. ilecilt credtilor. Order f-r £'7 .5s. it.., arl 0£2 15s. costs, to iis paid by instalments of £1 per monthl; ia default one month's im irisonmn;!et. 3f. O'Grady v. John O'Donnell.- Wages due. IMr. Tat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 25 February 1890

Tra Ade i A dresses. (ESTABLISHED 1860.) FURNITUBE! FURNITURE I! GREAT CLEARING SALE At R:T . EDLE'S FURNISHING WAREHOUSE, Previous to Stocktaking. FOR CASH ONLY : £15,000 worth of Furniture, Furnishings, "Bedsteads, Bedding, 'Musical Instru : ents, and every household re quisite at Wholesale Prices for ONE MONTH Only. CALL and See 'for 'yourselves. You are S not asked to Buy. but to see the Great Bargains that may be had for Ready Cash. " Over 40 DRAWING-ROOM SUITES at 20 per cent. lower than any Melbourne house. Bedsteads and Bedding at Cost Prices. WARDROBES.-A Large Stock must be ,Cleared at any Price. Chests of Drawers. Sideboards, Cheffioneres, Tables &e., must be cleared regardless of cost. PIANOS from £37 10s., net cash, worth £50. 'Musical Instruments of every descrip tion at 10 per cent. below cost. Perambulators in- great variety to" select from may be .had.from 14s. Pier Glasses, - Ware, Window'Poles, Fenders, Irons, Rugs, Mats, at prices that defy Competition. N...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 25 February 1890

Wanted. W TANTED Good GeneralServant. Apply Mrs. I:. Crawford, Scoresby-stree', Kerang: 1TrANTED Carpenters accustomed to SV railway platform work. Apply on the works, Mystic Park Rtailway Station, or to Geo. Flood, contractor, Kerang, 530 TM TANTED KNOWN.-158 bags of Clean Seed English Barley forsale. Apply Matlthew lBnnett, Mlurrabit P.O. 580 B ULLOCK TEAMS wanted for Carting Lo.gs to D. Mdunro and Co's. Koon drook Sawmills. Good price given. Either piece or day work. Good grass. Trollies fomnd. Apply at the MJill. S. CONDON, 503; - Manager. Notices. SHIRE OF SWAN HILL. NO T I.C E.. ??ETTITIONS for wire netting for rabbit ..--->proof fencing Must belodged with. the u ndrrpignod"o or:. before-:the' an.rd. areh D1). G. RATTRAY, Shire Secretary. Shire Hall, Kerang, 13th February, 1890. 431 KEIRANG TURF CLUB. r lENDERS will be received by the under .I signed, who will supply particulars, up to 8 p.m., 20th instant, for the following:- 1 Publican's booth in Grand Stand. Luncheon boo...

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ANOTHER DESTRUCTIVE FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 25 February 1890

ANOTHER-DESTRUCTIVE FIRE. On Saturday tmoruing? last a fire oc. :enrrd in Mr. John Morrison's stackyard on the Lower Loddon, Ker:ang, by whit h has been lost the whole , of last year's crop, consistingu of four stacks, containing bdtwedw i 80 aind 90" trins. Tfhe stacks were erected last November, nuid had beoon standing in apparent safety ever -since; --precautions having-been-taken to plough a certain spaco all round in case of fire breaking out in~ the paddohks. Mr. Morrison was tauking preparations to c iit ?tit h'"ifite ?hml inito? "dl'?f. "ii??;,-?"?iilery having be:ia norlhased for tihe purpose, which was bein' placed in position close to the stacks. The horseworks hiad been ere ted, but luckily the chilfI-cutter was not fixed, or it woul:l have slihred the fate of the slacks. The fire was first noticed between five and six in the morning. One of the chihlren who had occasion to go into the yard, seeing smoke issuing from the side of one of the stacks, iimiediately informced ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 25 February 1890

NOTICE. "_AVING entered into partnership in the I hbrickmaking business icarried, on at Pyramid Creek, we are prepared to supply first-class bricks to contractors and'others at lowest prices. 5? . W. . & CHAS. TAYLOBR; S518 Kerang. Medical. ALL DISEASES OF LONG STANDING CO" PLErTELY CURED BY IEIRBIIAL MAGNETIC TREATMENT. Chronic Snleerers Should not Fail to Consult MR H. E. KUGELMANN Consulting Herbalist nod Eclectic Of172I nd 17t WILLIAM STIIEEI', MELBOURNE. tISITS IKERANG EVERY MONTIh 'read advertise meat for Dates.) i R. KU(INLMANN'S treatment differs oJ. eI:.. :. from all others known, and lie has cured more cases of Chronic Disease h an 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 tile fol lowing Testimonial, a s...

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