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OPENING OF THE TRAMWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 19 July 1889
OPENING OF THE TRAMWAY. In. the unavtoidable absence of the Premier, the ceremony of opening the KIerang and Koondrook tramway will be performed by the Commnissioner of Public \Works, the lion. D. M. Davies, who, ae companied by a largo munber of members of P'uliament and other distinguished visitors, will arrive here to-day from Sandlhrst by special train, which is timed to leave the latter place at 7.30 a.m. The ceremony is to be heold at-- Koondrook, and will be celebrated by ?i banquet, to take place at 1 o'clock. Full.particulars of the train service to-day- betwecn i oerang and -iodondl:dok, --all `-thm" fnrca ehloe ld, IAro advertised elsewhere. lolders of ban qlet tickets are entitled to travel free. Visitors to Koondrook, not wishing to attenid the banquet, can obtain tickets at 3s. for the return journey, children under fifteen years of age being allowed to travel at half fare. The tickets will be obtainable at Miss Plascoe's stationery es titblishment, or at the railway s...
CLAIM FOR DISCOVERING A GOLDFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 19 July 1889
CLAIM FOR DISCOVERING A GOLDFIIELD. — Mr. Gillies was waited upon by a depu- tation on Wednesday morning, introduced by Mr. Graves, which urged him to consider the claim of Mr. F. Fenton, formerly of Ravenswood, but now of Swan Hill, to a grant in consideration of his having been the first person to discover the Bendigo goldfields. After hearing the deputation Mr. Gillies said if the papers of the case were left with the Secretary for Mines, consideration would be given to the matter, and that was all he could do in the case. MeTlTso.-It is notified elsewhere that a public meeting will be held at. the Tragowel Chleese Factory on Tuesday, 23rd inst:, for the purpose of discussing the best means'of' obtaining cooling sheds at Tragowel Railway Station.
DISCOVERY OF THE CARLTON MURDERER. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 23 July 1889
I ' DiSCovEY:'OF TUIIs CA.?lLroN AlURniDEER: . i-Tlio irystery surrornnding ;thle: miurder of the woman Annie Thorton, in a lini6 off-Drummond-street, Carlton, has be6di unexpectedly cleared up by. the arrest on . Sunday, afternoon,, of a man named Phillip Costolloe,' wh6 sunbsequently con-: fessod to the murder. The accused iss .::only; 20 years of£ agoandl is a native of Manilla. .He vwas ,emiployed as dook'B assistant at' Antoniio's restaurant, in Flihders-street,dwhere lh:was arrestedl by' the detectives. In his-room were found .bloodi-staiied gci'rments "'and differenit articles of jewellery which had belonged. / to the deceased., -A pocket-knite was nali d lise6ered, aRld .h confessed that he hail committed the murder with this. Liter in'tlhe i'~eniin further articles'of jewellery: " *whicl'had belongnd to the deceased were: Sreco'vred:fromi different pirsons to wliomn .the accused had piesented thlini. In his " 6onfssion ihe says that the 'ninrder ivas' committed on the .nigh...
CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 23 July 1889
CORRESPONDENCE. C.,aln eeti, s tenlel afor i ?rrti|o ia this colmanaIIIIIII shI be allr~el to tlh Ielitor. The namle a l adldress of the writer is?t e alided, not alcewerily for Ipulieatilnl, lllt . a llgaranlte of gold faith. llilee we re at al llimea glad to re cei tI llpabli]lh coreloaldelee, llowig? on allOu?t of la titlude cnoleostotlll wlthl tle rll? or jorllnlisml. we do noL hol, oulrelves rcoltonsile tfr any opinions oepressed.]
THE GRAND NATIONAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 23 July 1889
TnIE GRAND NATIONAL 11IEETING. -ThiS meeting of the Victoria Racing Club wa3 concluded at Flemington on Saturda'y, ,withl splondid.enathor', and.tho]-argest attendance seen on the course probably except at Cup meetings. The great race of the day-the Grand National Steeple chase-resulted in the victory of Eaglet, who was the firmest -of favorites. The performance completes a coup as far as tile Messrs. Miller's Findon stable is con cerned, and the double event (Redleap and Eaglet), which wias largely" picked, is expected to cost bookmakers a large sum of money. The field for the event was small, only seven horses starting. Afur ther double - was. scored by the stable during the day, iiiasinich as the old mare Reny, ridden by aIr. WV. S. Cox, Jnn., won the Open Steeplechase easily. A very hot favorite in Corythus :won °the Second Hurdle Race, and another Ballarat horse, iih Teuton, wits successful in the Final Handicap, for which Sumatra, ridden by Hales, was ieriy freely backed. In t...
LATEST CABLEGRAMS. THE LONDON ATROCITIES. GENERAL BOULANGER. THE RACING SCANDAL. THE BALKAN STATES. RACING IN ENGLAND. THE FRENCH GENERAL ELECTIONS. THE WEST AUSTRALIAN BILL. LONDON, JULY 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 23 July 1889
LATEST CABLEGRAMS.. THE LONDON ATROCITIES. GENERALIOUIANGER. THE RACL.NG SCANDAL. THE BALKAN STATES. I RACING IN ENGLAND. THE FRENCH GENERAL ELECTIONS. THE WEST AUSTRALIAN BILL. (FR?O ARGUS AND AGE CORRESPONDENTS.) Losxox, JULY 17. The supposition that the woman whose .mutilated body Was found in Castle Alley, Whitcchapel, early yes teiday morning, was another victim to the -notorious "Jack the Ripper" is generally concurred in b3 the police authorities. The Commissioner of Metropolitan Police, Mr. James. Mun ro, C.B., recently received a letter bearing the sicnature "Jack the Ripper,' .in .lwhich the writer inti mnated thlathe intended to reconmmence in July a series of mirders similar to those' lwliich he' started ,last; year. The police are, making all possible efforts to discover. the murderer, but no iriforination of a definite character .,... yot;boou~ , obtainid., w)hich would assist in'ldading to his arrest. July 18. The police have received a report of an attempt alleged to...
AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 23 July 1889
AGRICULTURAL NOTES. Tie state of affairs agricultural in the colony is a little more promising.than has been experienced for some time. The crops are well forward. and feed for stock' is abundant and is increasing in quantity in consequence of the absence of severe frosts. Heavy fogs have been prevalent during the past day or two, but these will be an advantage to the grain, since far more'. injury is sustained by such from a frost followed by smnshine than from a frost followed by a heavy fog. Accounts to hand show that the late floods have done considerable damage to fences and crops on the low-lying lands, but there is a little comfort in the fact that the flood waters have caused the destruction of thousands ofrabbits. The cold nights are playing havoc among the young lambs, and the prospects of the lambing season are any thing but bright. At the sheep sales last week prime do. scriptions were. inactive, and realised the previous week's rates, but for middling the prices obtaine...
"OUR TRIP TO AMERICA." [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 23 July 1889
'aOin THrni To An':Mica."--On riday ,venlngy last t, tho.,,Mehanice', Mr Hiutchison, of N!elbourne, gave phis, in toresting and instrnctivo lecture, entitled "bnr Trip 'ot Aierica,'" illnstratedf by means of a powerful magic lantern; in il of the funds' of the inatitute.. Mr fHithison's e`ntertainmontj w?as highly nppr'eciite by tholio present.,
COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 23 July 1889
COURTS OF PETTY: SESSIONS. The following are, the dates on which ourts will be hold, before Major Bartrop, P.M., for the months of July and begin ning of August, at' the undermentioned places: Wednesday_, 17th Pyramid Hill (Court of Arbitration). Thursday, 18th, Pyramid Hill. Friday, 19th, Kerang. Tuesday, 23rd, Serpentine Creek. Wednesday, 24th, Wycheproof. Thursday, 25th, Charlton. Friday, 26th, Inglowood. AUGUST. Thursday, 1st, Swan Hill. Friday, 2nd, Kerang. Monday, 5th, Raywood. Wednesday, 7th, Sandlhurst and Eagle hawk.
TESTIMONIAL TO CR. JOSEPH WILLIAMSON. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 23 July 1889
L'STIMONIAL TO CR. JOSEPH r WILLIAMSON.. A very pleasing ceremony took place at he Shire ]fall yestenlay, the occasion being li presentation of a testimonial to Cr. Jseph Williamson, who has temporarily re ovedl from the district, and is now severing is connection with the Shire Council. 'lie testimonial took the shape of a very aundsome illuminated address in book form, ouind in red morocco leather, with tile. rame of the recipient on- the outside cover Sgilt letters. The inside wvas lined on the ne side with marone water lined silk, and ns the other was the address, in oval form. isirrounddl by all illuminated border -reprc ;entingAustralian wild floteirs. Tihe President, Cr. COnllen, in presenting ihe address, said in view of thie fact that it rould be tihe last time, for the present at sny rate, that Cr. Williamson would take sis seat at that table,'le '(the president), and sis- brother councillors determinesl to pre sent him with a testimonial as a slight token of their appreci...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 23 July 1889
Wanted. WI AN¶TED, by four respectable young V men, Board and Riesidence. Apply D.WVE.F., this Oflice. 9287. --TANTE D, Europeanm Gardener.. Must ihave knowledge of fruit trees and vegetables. Apply at once by-letter, Barham Station. Koondrook. ' ' 250 0000 " SPLIT POSTS WAETED, in lots to be arranged. Ap. ply, stating price per 100, to Messrs. D MUNRO & CO., Limited, Contractors, Ke. ra ig. 9280 TOROHLIGHT PROCESSION, ,,AUGUST TCm. Notices. TORCHLIGHT PROCESSION, AUGUST 9nT. W- DENTON and CO., Tailors and . Outfitters, of Mlithelll-street, Sand hurst, beg to announce that their traveller will visit Kerang EVERY MONTH with samples of all latest Tweeds and Coatings. Kerang Address-care of Yea's Exchange Hotel. 9- 54 KERIANG & DISTRICT AG IOCULT'L'UAL SOCIETY. 'SALT B. TTER. FIVE GUINEAS will be divided as first .l and second prizes for iGibs Salt' Butter. Butter to be in the hands of the secretary not later than 1st August. G. ADAMtS, 91148 Secretary. MINSTREL ENTERTA...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 23 July 1889
Legal. BROWN, ELLISON & CO., SOLICITOIIS, WELLINGTON STREET, KERANG M R. ARTIIUI ESPINASSE, Managing Clerk to the above firm, will attend at their offices every Monday, Tuesday, and Friday evening, from 7 till 10 o'clock, for the purpose of interviewing clients. CONNELLY AND TATCI-ITELL, SOLICITORS, CONVEYANCERS, PROCTORS AND LEGAL AGENT WELLINGTON ST., KERANG. 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. * Mr Wm.. 3. ogers Davidson, our managing clerk, may be consulted daily, between 9 a.m and 5 p.m., at above address. Private address - Cadusch's Commercial otel. KERANG CROWS, AUG. 9. SHIRE OF SWAN HILL. PUBLIC NOTICE. 1 HE PUBLIC are hereby warned against . using the crossing over the Pyramid Creek, at Flannery's weir, the same having been rendered unsafe through the action o, the floods: By order of the President.' D. G. RATTRAY, Shire Secretary...
GORDON SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 23 July 1889
''. GORDON SHIRE COUNCIL. -;The ordinary monthly meeting of the above council was held at Durhamn Ox onf Vednesday last. Present-The president (Cr. Bear), and Crs. Malone, Nixon, ?Wat son, Snith, Barnes and Kelly. The minutes of the previous meeting c were read and confirmed. t CORRESPONDIENCE. Frolic th GuoverzimaeitReceii-, `iuti- d nating his intention to visit the shire I olfice for the purpose of taking copies of rolls; as a-grideCto'striking a-rate -in the Loddon United Water Trust. Received. From Secretary for Water Supply, re specting the sum of £2.19 15s. owing by the counci?fforiin'feifttt 381st'Ddcsmber, 1888, upon, the Avoca Water,.Trust loan, intimating'" tht the" Minitter "sas willing to allow thesumnsto. stand.over. for three years as requested by the council. Tlie writer added that this concession was nmiade on thef?niiderstanding thiiat 1ital; ments would be p1aid' pronptly. ` e amount was liow" die: The secretary said lie interviewed the Chief Secretary and secured...
Kerang Times. Published Tuesdays and Fridays. WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. TUESDAY, JULY 23, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 23 July 1889
Published Tuesdays and Fridays. WVITHI WEEKLY SUPPLE?MIINT. .? = ??=?--- ----------\ ?- TUESDAY l, JULY 23, ISSO. Couxci, MEETING.-A report of the adjourned meeting of the Swan Hill Shire Council, held yesterday; is un avoidably withheld. TIIE SIIIIIE IN DIICULTs.- At tlhe adjourncd meeting of the Swan Hill Shire Council, held yesterd'ay, the secretary reported that a . cheque drawn by the Swan Hill Shire Water works Trust, and which was paid to the credit of the Swan' Hill' Shire Council, had been dishonorcd, and a letter received from theo bank stating that they had received instructions from the Receiver not to pay any cheques drawn by the trust. unless they were countersigned by Thin. It was resolved, on the motion of Cr. Williamson, that legal action be taken by the council to recover the amount from the trust, so that, probably, this will tend in some way to show whether Ir. I)eakin's action in the matter has been legal. TENDxERS ACCEPTED.-T11e following tenders were accepted ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 23 July 1889
H.OLsw?T's PXILs. - Indigestion.-How much thought has been bestowed, and what voluminous treatises have been written, upon this universal and distressing disease, which is with certainty and safety dispelled without fear of relapse by a course of this purifying, soothing andtonic medicine. It acts directly on the stomach, liver and bowels-then in directly, though no less effectively, on the brain, nerves, vessels and glands, introducing such order throughout the entire system that harmony dwells between each organ and its functions. Dyspepsia nesd no longer be the bugbear of the public, since Holloway's Pills are fully competent to subdue the most chronic and distressing cases of impaired digestion, and to restore the miserablo-suf. ferer to health, strength and cheerfulness.- (Advt.) T"E IRRIGABLE ESTATES COMPANY, . Ltd., Have Land for Sale in parishes Tragowel and Maoorna, and Farms to let in Ben jeroop and Murrabit West, etc., etc. LIBERAL TERMS. Apply Manager, Irrigable Estates ...