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MELBOURNE MARKET REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 25 February 1890

MELBOURNE IIAIRKET RE?)ZITS. Messrs. Younghusband and Co., Ltd., re port for week ending Feb. 18th, 1890 : Sheepskins-llutclhers' green skins, superior, Gs to Gs Gd, a few extra to 7s Gd ; ordinary to good, 4s to 5s Gd ; pelts. Od to s ; lamb skins, 2s 6d to is Gri ; spring skins, Is 3d to 2s 3d ; lamb pelts, 6 I tols Gd; dry country skins, best, 5s to Gs Gd; do. ordina-y to good, 3s Gd to 4s 9.1 ; lamb skins, 1s Gd to 3s; in bales, up to Gtd, ordinary, 44d to 5Od. Hides-Green ox hides, heavies, 25s to 50s ; light to ordinary, lls to 18s 6(1 ; green kip, 21d ; green calf, 5d to 541di; country salted hides, ordinary to best, 21d to 3d ; kips, 2gd ; calf, 5d ; New Zealand, heavy up to 4d ; ordinary, 2.d to 3d. Furred skins.-Oppossum, 1st mountain 20s to 35s; 2nd, Ss to 15O; 3rd, Os to 8s ; 1st ordinary, 5s to Gs ; 2nd, 2s Gd to4ssG1; 3rd, is Gd to Is. Kangaroo--Best. is 9d to 2s 4,1 ; ordi nary, Is 3s to Is Gd. Wallaby, best, is 3d to is 9d ; ordinary, 10.1 to is 2d ; small, Gd to 9d....

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
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POST-OFFICE AT FISH POINT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 25 February 1890

POST-OFFICE AT FISIn POIST.-The fol. lowing is a copy of a reply received by ?Mr. J. W. Taverner; IP., P froml the Deputy. Postmaster-General, to his coin mnunication asking for a post-office 'to be established at Fish Paint:-" I have the honor to inform yon that imnme.liato stops will be taken to establish a post-office at Fish Point, near Lake Boga.." TRESPASSING AND STEALING.-1-,r. Dno. J. Cadusch complains that recently some person or persons entered his paddocks at Dry Lake, by-breaki??g.down~the fence, and removed therefron two coils'ofwii-ire. He offers a handsome reward for informa tion leading to the conviction of tlhe of fenders, and advertises that anyone found trespassing, shooting or ,hunting on the property, known as Keinedy's, will be prosecuted with the utmost rigor of the law, without respect toy persons.. Mr. Cadusch has been put to considerable trouble and inconvenience, as aill his horses took advantage of the igap in the ,fence and escaped fromin the piºddock. K...

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
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LATEST CABLEGRAMS. CATASTROPHE IN THE UNITED STATES. THE GERMAN ELECTIONS. THE PORTUGUESE IN AFRICA. THE EUROPEAN LABOR CONFERENCE. RUSSIA AND BULGARIA. THE DUG D'ORLEANS. EMIN PASHA. TREATMENT OF SIBERIAN EXILES. A NIHILIST'S CONFESSION. THE KING OF SPAIN. SOCIALISTS DISPERSE A MEETING. THE BERLIN LABOR CONFERENCE. LONDON, Feb. 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 28 February 1890

LATEST- CABLEGRAMS. CATASTROIPHE IN THE UNITED STATES. 'l?E GiERMA.. ELECTIONS. Ti;l PORTUGcUESE IN AFRICA. I-HE EUROPEAN LABOR CONFIR. ENCE: RUSSIA AND BULGARIA. TIHE IIUC D'OR1LEANNS. EIMIN PASHA. TREATMENT OF SIBERIAN EXILES. A NIHILIST'S CONFESSION. THE KING OF SPAIN. SOCIALISTS DISPERSE A MEETING. THIE BERLIN LABORI CONFERENCE. (FROMI ARGUS ALD AGE CORRESePODESTS.) LONDON, Feb. 24. A dam has burst on the River Hassa yampa, in theterritory of Arizona, United States: Forty persons have been killed, and the datnago is estimated at 500,000 dol. (£100,000).s Later lartictlars which have been rocei-edrespedtinw the bursting Arizonn, show that the post town of Wickeunbrg was submerged by the flood waters and that all the inhabitants perished. The results of the elections for the Reichstag show that the " Cartel" party (National Liberals and Conservatives) wtill in all probability not exceed 160 memibers as against 213 in the late Reichstag. The " Cartels" are appealing to the Catholic...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 28 February 1890

COR lESPONflENdEi ft'aia~Ieotione inttndo.I ror iusertk:, ill iw oooeooodil t.or pblicotIou u o a.,in ot f colvo and publish corresponnce.o 'illowring a11 amount of latitudo eo'ot: utiiftith Ito riobs o joornalo. we I-n 1;.1; ouaeloc ra~p-oo.aiIio 0orany ntlotooopreeocdaI3

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BALL AND SUPPER. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 28 February 1890

B,3Ai.,trXD S.S 'Pr.-A biall ant .,aupper. i announcedl ti) b Iheld :at St.: . Tme : Hall; Knondroo, oln the night ofth ann' al races. The price of admission is double ticket s;, single ti ket 3s. Koosonroo SPOrTS--Thei nnual EasIci Athletic Sports areannounced t bholt. houanhrool on Easter Monhi ay AprilG th. Full programmne will ippear in the . al palers at an early dat

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SUNDAY TRAMS. [TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERANG TIMES.] [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 28 February 1890

SUNDAY TRAMhS. [To Tni Entron OF THE KIEIIxo TIMES.] Sin.-I have recently received thereply from lie Shire Secretary to the petition asking the council to rescinl their resoln. tion with regard to runningSundty trams. Since Councillor Dunstan lhas given notice of motion on the mitter, the question is still open, and I shall be glad if yvut will insert this letter in your paper, mwhich sets forth sone of the reasons the petitioners had for appealing to the council. The Sabballi miy be regarded as both a civil and religious institution. I waive entirely for the present the religions aspedt of the qiestion, though to niy niind that is of paramiount importance, and merely tducli lbriefly on tl e civil side 'of the argument. As a purely civil institution it is based, as all will readily admit, on the following considerations :-Tlhe right of all classes to a periodical rest; the right of unldis turbed worship on the 'ldy set apat't Iy the majority for such purposes; anl on thit value to t...

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KERANG ANNUAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 28 February 1890

KERANG ANNUAL RACES. -111 The following are the handlicaps for the Kerang events, which arc to be run on Wednesday, 12th March : KEiAX.G HA.INICAP. Of 120 sovs.; second, 15 sovos.; third, 5 sova. About one mile and shalf. st. ilb. , st. lb. lied Rose .. 9 5 Resolution .. 7 7 .likad II. .. 8 i Oaklands .. 7 Seashell . 8 3 Venus .. 7 0 Verbena .. 8 2 Catherine ... 6 13 Jasper .. 8 0 Ponnie Doon i 12 Emeralda .. 7 13 Innisfail .. 6i 11 Retri--ve .. 7 12 Deliance II... i 11 Ate. .. .. 7 11 Ailsa .. .. i 10 TIh King's Kenneth .. 6 10 Son .. 7 10 IBellona .. I 7 Grandee .. 7 8 ITnnrr. ls RCe. Of 40 sors.; second, 5i sovs. About two miles. Cock l:obin .. 10 10 Dickens .. 9 8 Resolution .. 10 8 Kenneth .. 7 ramba .. 10 2 Sn.aigate .. 9 7 Nipper .. 9 1 Ein.. 9 4 Seleme .. 9 10 1 FLYIrs HAxnrcAr. Of 25 sovs.; second. 5 sovs. About six fur longs. Mikado II. .. 8 10 Velns ..7 5 Seashell, .. 8 0 One Pop .. 7 Verbena .. 8 8 lcher ... 7 Emeralda .. 8 5 Catherine .. 7 Jasper .. 8 l Bonnie Doon 7 4 ...

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KOONDROOK RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 28 February 1890

k OONROOK n iAcEs.-A special tram is advertieed to leave Kerang for Koondioolk on Vri'd'esd:ay next, 5th March (race day), at 1.15 p.m., r..turning from Koondrook at 7 p.m. The usual excursion fares will- be charged.' The lime table of trims for the day appears in our advertising columns.

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STATE OF THE RIVERS. HEIGHT ABOVE SUMMER LEVEL. [BY TELEGRAPH.] Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 28 February 1890

STATE OF THE RIVERS. - IIiflh1Ti AIIOVI: SuM um LEVEL. LRY TEL OIIAPIT ill fl n it II) lc aft. in. Eclllic a .... :· : . " -: 11 : I Eusto 'o 10 ýHyleilt- 0 - S ·a g£.` 2 7 Il1mna11: _ 1 \l c'111n111eJ 1.$ 10 Natrrtwoit'.: ..:. 6 10 W ilan 1LP 3 ,1

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KERANG FLOUR MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 28 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. • n im ii ii ira i i

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 28 February 1890

HAIRVEST 1OE : SALE..-The impression seerms 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.ars offered. So as not to leave any doubt in the, minds of purchasers as to where ; the greatest and most genuine attractions may be found, Messrs. Masining and Co., of View;: Point, Sandhurst, have issueda circular announcing reductions as high as Gs in the £, commen einl oan Monday, and we feel, certain their liSberl 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 largo lunc!:con room, where light refreshment will be provided free of charge between the hours of 12 and 2 o'clock. The premises ire to be decorated with choice samples of cereals, eta Many other novelties mnay be expected, judg insc from heir bnsiiless.-ADvT. tioLLowvA's Pus,r.-N-ervousness and want of Esergy.-When ...

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ANOTHER GREAT FIRE IN MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 28 February 1890

ANOTHER GREAT FIRE IN MEL BOURNE. Another of the great fires which have so disastrously signalised the past two years broke out on Tuesday evening. The premises attacked were the bedding fac tory of S. Solumnon and Co., a four-story brick building pierced with numerous win dows, and connected with a large shop for:ing the corner "of Lonsdale and Swanston-streets. From the bedding fec. tory the flames spread across a 12 feet right-of-way to Nathan's furnituro ware house in Swanston-street-a huge five story building only opened last November. So inflanmmable was the nature of the hIte l to resist the flames, that the utmost efforts of the whole fire brigade service failed to prevent the fire from gaining head. In spite of the tremendous volume of water poure.l from every point of attack the flames steadily spread, attacking the roof and the upper floors first, and then burning downwards towards the basement. At the third story the progress of the fire was checked after a hard struggle...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 28 February 1890

Tra2do .Aidressos. ADVANCES ON WOOL, GRAIN, &c. Goldsbrough, Iort ý Co. (LIMITED.) Capital-£6,000,000 Capital paid up-£350,000. Subscribed, £3,5015,000. Reserve Fund,' £210,000. Al BEAD OFFICE -MELBOURNE. CIOLDSBROUG lH, MORT and CD., Limi ted, make liberal cash advances on the ensuing Clip of Wool and on Station Securities. CC They hold Auction Sales of Wo'v twice each week during the season, and at frequent intervals during the wihter mouths. Auction Sales of Tallow, Hides, theepekins and other Station Prodn?e, are held thrice each week throughout the year. Ag Auction Sales of Grain are held each Wed neslday dnrinethe mrain easons. Free Cartage on WOOL. Sydney Branchl-Circular Quay. london Branch-151 and 157 Leaden. ] h all-street Agent at Kerang F. J. TAVERNER. O RT RA PORTRAITS. TIHE VICTORIA. PHOTOGRAPHIC COMPANY S Well-known and admirably arranged Fl TRAVELLING PORTRAIT SALOON Now open for business at Kerang. adjoining THE COMMIIERIIAL HOTEL, KERANG. G For a few weeks ...

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THE RABBIT PEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 28 February 1890

THE RABBIT -PEST.. s By formal proc lmation;g ;iven :indr e the "hand anisel a'" of the Gosernior-in- re Conuicil, thle annil cdltt1pniign fo' the ex- pt teritination 6f the seeniingl y inexter1nin able rabbit pltigne his beah dnuly ordered, :uid the Governmnieit forces are lino indeed pl in the field. Tiat is to say thle necessary p steps Ihave eeon taken to bring into opern- p, tion section 7 of-the Vermin -Destruction C Act of 1889, imnder which authority it has, ft with proper formality, been announced v, throughout the length and breadth of the a, colony that the 17th February was selected ft as the day " on and'froim and after which" fC the duty cast by the law npnn every occn- l pier and every owner of infested land jt "shll b simnnltaneously conmmenced, te continneal and performed." The present a year marks a now era insthd history of the ii operations against the rabbits. For the t] first time since the necessitv arose idi 1881 m for the taking of exttaordinary measures ti ...

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WANDELLA IRRIGATION & WATER SUPPLY TRUST. WEDNESDAY, 26TH FEBY., 1890. Present-Cmrs. Williamson (chairman), Avard, Butler and M'Kenzie. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 28 February 1890

WANDELLA IRRIGATION & WATER SUPPLY-TRUST. VD?n ESD.nY, 2OTIH F~enY., i890. Preset t-.Cmnrs: Williatmson (chairman), Avard, Butler and MIKenzie. The minutes of tlih previous meeting were read and confirmeld. COitIiESPONDENCE From Water Supply Departmnent (tele grarnm, ulner date Feb. 7th. stating that the stum of £2ti9 19s id had been placed to the trnst's credit, piyable at Kerang Treasury. Received. 1From same, relative to trust's letter in reference to chairman's allowance, stating that the Honoraible the Minister of Water Supply, after due consideration, decided that no.allowance should he made to the chairman of any trust front loan funds, and that Mr. Deakin much regretted that the trust should deem it impossible for any commissioner to hold otlice as chair u:mn in any honorary capacity, adding that, if the trust conimissioners were still of the same opinion, it would be necessary for them to take steps to raise the finds required for a reasounble allowance for expenses...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 28 February 1890

Trado .addresses. THE WHOLESALE S:CLOTHIJNG CO. r . Ashd t ent.+ troet : " " I I Vii( TWEEDS COATINGS TWEEDS COATINGS TWEEDS COATINGS TWEEDS COATINGS. B3LUE and FANCY SERGES BLUE and FANCY SERGES. BLUE and FANCY SERGES. Blue and Fancy Serges. AND ENORMOUS STOCK. OUR OWN IMPORTTNG. SHE Assortment of- SPRING and SUMMER GOODS is beyond doubt the best over seen in the colonies. As usual we have a hirge statff of the Best Cutters -&!Workmen IN VICTORIA. TWEEDS TWE D"ýOTINOUISEi (to order), 12s Gd. ALL WOOL TWEED SUITS (to order), 46Gs. WRITE FOR SAMEPLES. Our Travdller Visits the District every Two Mont'js. J. T. MIDDLETON, General Mariager. THOS. M. FRASER SEGl to inlorn the inhabitantaof Pyramid HaiL 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 IABNESS AND SADDLE WORK AT LOWEST PRIDES, Combined with best workmanship. FIRST CLASS GENERAL STOCK Always kept on hand. SERANG 0 I1 OTEL JORN CULLEN. PR...

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Kerang Times. Published Tuesdays and Fridays, WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 28 February 1890

Published Tuesdays and Fridays, WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. FRIID.I ', FEBRUARY 2S,-s 80. KeAI:An ASNNUAL RACES.-Ata Imeeting of stewards iof tle Kerang Turf Club, held on Wedneslay last, the tender of Mr. W. Taylor, Koon:1rook (£63), for the pub lican's booth, in connection with the forth cominl anuiiil meeting, was accepted, as also was 3Mr. R. Crawford's (£4) for the refreshment hooths. RIFLE .KMATC.-A previously "na. nounce I, the riflu match between teams represent- - :e Kera, ln an.d Dlrllham Ox Clubs wil. .., li ue at Kerang to-morrow (S:turlday), cinnmencing at 11.30 a.m. sharp. The codlitions are seven shols and one sighttr nach at 200, 400 and 500 yards, standing at the first range, any forward position at 400 and 500 yards; ten men aside. The following members have been selected to represent Kernng :--Messrs. R.Crawford,.T. G. undle, J. V. Stranger, J. Coleman-. D. G. Hattray, J. A. Macke:ldie. D. W. Williamson, F. J. Wilkin, G. lHawthorne, C. HI. Yeo. Emergencirs-Messrs. P. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 28 February 1890

Trade Addresouses. (ESrALISUED 180.) FURNITURE I FURNITURE ! GREAT CLEARING SALE At RIEDLE'S FURNISHING WAREHOUSE, Previous to Stocktaking. FOR CASH ONLY : £51,000 worth o Furniture, FPrnishings, Bedsteads, Bedding, Musical Instrn ments, and every household re quisite at Wholesale Prices for - ONE MONTH Only. CALL and See for yourselves. You are not asked to Buy, but to see the Great Bargains that may be had for Ieady 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, Chetfloneres, Tables re.. must be cleared reganlless 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. Pie: Glasses, Ware, Window Poles, Fenders, Ironsw. nugo Mats, at prices that defy Competition. Note the Address SANDHURST FURN...

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RIFLE CLUB NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 4 March 1890

RIFLE CLUB NOTES. A shintch between teanm representing thie Kerang and Durham Os Rifle Clubs was fired at the Kerang Ilauges on Satur day last, the conditions beiug seven shots and a sigiter eachll man at 200, 400 and 500 yards; standing at the first range, any for ward position at 400 and 500yards. It was originally intended that, each side oshould comprise ten men, balt as two mnenmbers of the local club were unable to be lpresent a atthe ringesat the lIour agreed upon for conmnencing the comnpetition, and the visitors were also two marksmen short, it was mutually agreed by the captains to fire with onlp eight men aside. An in teresting and, towards thle close, exciting match resulted. The shooting, with at few exceptions, was not particularly good, but the scoring throughout was very even. At the first range Kerang led by 14 points, but at 400 yards tme Durhamu Ox team scored far better and not only wiped out their opponents' advantage, but at the close of tie firing at two range...

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RACING AT FLEMINGTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 4 March 1890

RACING AT FLEMINGTON. Thie autumn race meeting held at Fleming ton by the Victoria lRacing Club was com-' menced under the most favorable conditions on Saturday. Results were posted at the Tnme office inlmediately after each race. His Excellency the Governor sans present, and the general attendance of visitors was large, though probably it was slightly less thitan on the corresponding day in 1889. The great event of the day was the race for the Newmarket Handicap, which of recent years has become thi most important short dis tance race run in Australia. Mr. James White won three races, commencing with the opening event, the fopeful Stakes, in which the positions were filled by Marco, Anncoley and Dishcloth. The stable companions.Drcad nought and Singapore, were left alone to contest the St. Leger, the former vinning. The time, Gmin. 2sec., was slower by nearly two minutes than had ever been recorded since the race was established over 30 years ago. A splendid field of 30 horses star...

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