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THE POPULATION OF THE COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 4 March 1890

THE POPULATION OF THE COLONY. The Government Statist, in a return putblished in the Gorersnteal Gazette issned on Friday, furnishes some interesting par ticulars respecting the population of Vic toria. On the 31st December, 1889, he estimates that the population of the colony was 1.118,077, comprising 590,8283 males and 524,254 females. The apparent in crease of population in 1889, or the figures obtained by adding the excess of births over deaths to the excess of arrivals re corded over departures was 33,180, as against 60,019 in 1888 and 39,064 in 1887. The actual increases, however, are knlo-wn to be less than these, in consequence of the departures by sea being imperfectly recorde I. It allowance be tnade for the probable number oft ur:corded depautures i-l 1889, the net increase of population during the year will be reduced Ifrom 33,180 to 27,208. The large increase of population in 1888 was exceptional, being chiefly due to the iiltlux of persons con iected with, and visitors ...

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TERRIBLE MARITIME DISASTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 4 March 1890

TERRIBLE MARITIME DISASTER. At the 'T.vi?s oflice yesterday morn ing news was posted of one -of the most terrible disasters at sea yet recorded in Australian waters in the wreck of the 1.i1.S. Quetta on her voyage from Brisbane to London, resulting in fearfol loss of life. On Friiday night the vessel was proceeding frolii Cooktown on her way to T'lrselay Island, anl about .1 o'clock, when rounding Cape York in Torres Straits, she ran on a submierged; reef, known as the Mid Rock. She was going at fill speed at the time, and tlhe collision with the rock tore oil the whole of her side, so that she sank within three minutes. Out of 282 souls on board 160 perished. Amidst a scene of panic and confusion the oflicers gave orders to lower away) the boats, and two were success fully cleared from the davils, anu. rapidly filled with passengers. Hlardly lavl they ? ist otl when the ship gave a mheavy lurch and went down bodily by the head, carry ing with tier the majority of her passen gers. M...

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
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LATEST CABLEGRAMS. THE BERLIN LABOR CONFERENCE. THE FLOOD IN ARIZONA. RUSSIA AND AUSTRIA. AFFAIRS IN BULGARIA. PRINCE BISMARCK. THE LICENSING QUESTION IN ENGLAND. THE SOUTH AFRICAN DISPUTE. THE "TIMES" AND THE PARNELLITES. LABOR TROUBLES IN ENGLAND. AUSTRALIAN HORSES AT HOME. MR. H. M. STANLEY THE WEST AUSTRALIAN ENABLING BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 4 March 1890

LATEST CABLEGRAMS. TIlE IBERLIN 0IIOII CONFERENCE. THE FLOOD IN ARIZONA. RUSSIA AND) AUSTRIA. AFFAIRS IN BULGAILTA. PRINCE BISMARCK. TIlE LICENSING QUESTION IN ENGLAND. TILE SOUTH AFRICAN DISPUTE. TIE "TIMES " AND TILE PARNEL LITES. LABOR TlOUIBLES IN ENGLAND. AUSTRALIAN IIORSES AT HOME. MIR. II. MI. STANLEY THE WES r AUSTIALIAN ENABLING lIL l.. (F:O\~I ARGUS AND AGE CORRESPONDENTS.) LosDox, Feb. 26. The European conference snmimoned by the Emperor William to consider the . best means of improving the condition of the wo:king classes will.assemble at Berlin on March l15. The French Govern nllnt have intimate I that they will be re presented at the conference. TIhe latest reports fro:m Arizona Terri tory, in tile United States, show that 150 persons have been drowne.1 through tihe bursting of the diun on the River "Hassay np.., Further particulars which lh?ae been ' received front Arizona show tha t the flood was far more destructive than was at first reported. Nearly every bnildirg ...

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STATE OF THE RIVERS. HEIGHT ABOVE SUMMER LEVEL. [BY TELEGRAPH.] Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 4 March 1890

STATE OF THE RIVERS. HErIHT ABOVE SUDnEr. LEVEL. LBY TELEGRAPH.] Monday. MularA, ft. inu. Albury .. .. .. 0 10 Echuca .. .. .. S 3 Swan Hill . . .. 2 10 Eustotl .. .. .. 0 9 GOULI3BUS. Sermour .. .. .. 0 2 "TURRUImBIMEE. Waggt .. .. .. "3 . nay .. .. .. 3 9 llalranald .. .. ... 2 0 Ilenindie .. .. .. 19 6 Wentworth .. .. ... 7 0

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DISASTROUS FIRE AT MURRABIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 4 March 1890

DISASTROUS FIRE AT MURRABIT. -- --4----- (I:Y R tR OWN REPOTRTERI: On Friday mlorning last information reached Kaerang il it a most' destructive and disastrous fire had taken place at Mnrrahit on T'Ih'rsday last, by which some thltsanls of pounds' worth of pro perty, grass and fencing hadl been' des troyed. A visit to the district disclosed the fact that thie .report was only too true, the country havingl been swept bare for miles and miles. Accord ing to information obtainable from those who have suffered, it appears that smoke was first seen to rise in 'ir. Gee. Heifer's paddock, which is divided fron Mr. Skranl's selection by a one-chani road, but Mr. Skram, olt being interviewed, stated that the fire started on his property. It appears that lie and his son were ploughing. the son near the one chain roadl and tile father on other land some distance back in the paddock, with a plot of grass of about three or four acres between tile two. There were several horses rnnuing loose in t...

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APPIN CHEESE FACTORY COMPANY, LIMITED. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 4 March 1890

APPIN CHEESE FACTORY COM PANY, LIMITED. The usual half-yearly meeting of share holders in the Appiln Cheese Factory Com p may, Limited, was held at the oflices, Applin, on Wednesday last, 20th inst. The chltirma of directors (Mr. Jolhn Iloweroft) presided. The minutes( of the previous general meeting having bleen read anl confirmoed, the following directors' repot t and balance sheet were adopted : tlREcroRs' RtrotrT. in submitting our sixth half-yearly pro gress report, we have nlscll pleastlre to int form you that operations have been con tinuous during the whole of the period. The -upply of milk has been good, renderiog it necessary to provide a third vat and increase the number of prcsses, the plant being now celnplete to work tn to 1,000 gallons plr day. The ruling prices for cheese datr ing the last three months have been rather low, leceessitatinlg your directors lowering the price of milk to :,Il. per gallon. The long and continuous wave heat has milihated somte what against...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 4 March 1890

Medical. ALLDISEASES OF LONG STANDING COM3 -'LETELY CURED BY IIE.BOAL MIAGNETIC TREATMENT. Chronic Sufferers Shonlt not Fall to Consult MR H. E. KUGELMANN Consnltinc lferbalist and Eclectic Of172 and 17i WILLIA3 STREET, MELBOURNE. nISITS KERA NG EVERY MONTI~ rad nadverti-e ment for Dates.) ' R . KUGELM1ANN'S treatment differs LVI entirely from all others known, and he has cured more cases of Chronic Disease h an any ten medical men in Australia. Thousands of sworn declarations of casen cured can be seen. Send for pamphlet on Medical Despotisms or Liberty which ? 55 pages; post free. This book exposes completely the old style of Mineral Drugging, and explains the methods of Mr. Kngel mann's Natural Treatment. Real the fol lowing Testimonial, a specimen of thousands more: Stockyard Hill (near Beauufort) Victoria. 1 I 12 I '88. Int. H. E. KunoeLusx, Consulting Herbalist, Melbourne. Dear Sir,-As you are publishing some sworn declarations of eases cured, I wish to send you a statement of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 4 March 1890

IIARvEST Hon)E S.u,.--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 be 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 larga 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, eto Many other novelties may be expected, judg ing from heir business.--ADVT. I-/anted. WITANTED, CARPENTERS accustomed . to railway platform a...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KERANG FLOUR MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 4 March 1890

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KERIANG FLOUR MILLTS. L Mr. Thos. iall reports the price of wheat 1 s follows:- Fair milling to prime 2s 11d to 3s 21. .MELBOUfRNE MARKET 11EP'IRTS. 1 Mesors. Merry and Syme report a dnll market. with fair arrival-. Considerable amountof bnsines, transacted at following price; :-Chaff : Prime. £3 10i. per ton: medium. £2 15;. to. S3: inferior. £2 to £2 10s. 'All quorations has in. Oats slightly improved : New Zealand stnnots. 3;. to 37. 211. per Iushel ; Victorians. 2.. Sd. "n 2O. 11d.: Tartarians. 2=. Gil. to 2.. ti.: Algerians. 2=. .sdi. to 2;. "id.: COleutlas. n. to 2,. 21. a Wheat : Prime. 3' Gd. to .. 9:1. ; off samples. 29. lid. to . . :i1. ?er lishrl. Maize. 23. . id. to 4s. per bushel. Straw, C2 5s. to 92 15~. per ton. L ,'?Messrs. Y'onghns;hand and Co., Ttd.. re port for week ending Feb. 25th. 1890:- Sheepskins-Pdutchers' green skins, superior. 'Ss id to Gi, a few extra at 7;; onol. 4s Gd to 5s 3d; nrdinarr. 4s to .s; ctlls. 9d to 3l; lamh Sskins. 2...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 4 March 1890

Tramo .didtesse0. THE WHi LESALE (-LOTHI N CO. ,\E-r. CJO?,S- ? TWEED COAJTING S TWEEDS COATINGS TWEEDS COATINGS TWEEDS COATINGS TWEEDS COAT'INGS. ILUEE and FANOY SEIRGES ILUJE and FAINCY SERGES. IlLUE and FANOY SERGES. Blue and. Fancy Serges. AND ENORMOU STOCK. OUR OWN IMPORTTNO. rT HE Assortment of BPRING and SSUMMER GOODS is beyond doubt the best ever seen in tihe colonies. As usual we have a largo staff of the Best Cutters P Workmen IN VIOTOId t. ALL WOOL TWEED TROUSERS (io order), 12s Gd. ALL WOOL TWEED SUITS (o order), 4G6. WRITE FOR SAMPLES. Oar Traveller Visits the District every Two Months. J. T. MIDDLETON, General Manager. THOS. M. FRASER \ E to inform the inhabitantsof Pyramid .. Hiltl and District that, haviog pur chas.d the basinean carried on by him for Mr A. J. Jones, he is prepared to do all descriptions of IiABINESS AND SADDLE WORK AT LOWEST PRICES, Combined with best workmanship. "IRST-OLASS GENERAL STOC'' -Always kept on hand. ERAN G OTEL =JOHN CULLEN. PROPRIETOR....

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Kerang Times. Published Tuesdays and Fridays, WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. TUESDAY, MARCH 4, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 4 March 1890

Published Tuesdays and Fridays, WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. TUILS D. Y1, MARICI 4, 18O0. IF " to see ourselves as others see us" he con ducive to improvement in our proclivities, hIbits and manners, ai change fir the better lshIul I soon ba per ceptib!c in thi chiracter of the Australian people. For our critics h'lve been severe of late. They can sec no good in us, and if they are to lbebeelieve , Australians in general, and Victorians in narticu'ar, are irreviront, rude, narrow-mlinded, bnmptions and selfish. Such sweeping -oindeiiinition as this, which was recently indnlged in by a gentleman connected with one of the suburban banks, over slhoots thie inark a'together, if the correc tion of our faults was the ohject he had in view. The atverage Australian, wlether native bimr or otherwise, miay bo over self-satisfied, lint at the same time lie is not alt3gether unconscious of his failings and sliortcoinings. We are not accus tomed, like Mr. Hannibal Chollop, to cry aloud that " we are ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 4 March 1890

TPUBLIC NOTICE. A. ,. J JONES " EGS to inform his numerous customers, B friends and patrons that he has removed his Saoldlery Business to his premises in Scoresby-street. next to Messrs. G. Adams and Co's, establishment, and, having re covered from his late illness, he is now pre "`pared .to execute faithfully all orders en trusted to his care. Alarge supply of Saddlery alwaiys kept in stock Good workmanship, civility arid despatch. and at the lo esestposible prices. )" Don't forget :ow address;,- : ' " .A J OS.;J0 ; S, SA :DDLELR, Scoreaby -street Kerang 509 :r i - Special Aldeltisemenrs. a . MEDICAL. , DR Tr M. -U 'PTIN ' PUBLIC VACOINATOI. a JAY he consulted Daily at hiv Surgery Hawthnrne's Isuildings, VICTORIA STREET, KERANG. Vaccin.;,4.ti suspended till thie month I of lMarch. r Medicines lispensed personally. - Lodge patients' consulting hours, S to 10 a. in and Ii to 8 p.m. DR. IHENRY STOKER, L.R.C.S.I., L.K.Q.C.P.I., L.M. Rlotunda Tying-in-Iospital. and of Kingds and Queen's...

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COHUNA IRRIGATION & WATER SUPPLY TRUST. MARCH 1ST, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 4 March 1890

COHUNA IRRIGATION & WATER SUPPLY TRUST. fnT OUlt own ItIoil:TreI.I MAu:cr s1sr 1890. Prt'sent :-C('tns. Kirwan (chairman), F. Westblade, Straicha,. Patterson, Safe, Lennon, Gibbins, HIarrison and L. F. Westhladle. ''The iminutes of tile previious meeting were read and conirlhtned. The outward eorresprnlm dneo was read and dealt with. nri'olrrs. The engineer (Mr. It. Fulton) reported on the progress of trust works as utinder :-1. Since the special meeting held on the 14th inst., at which the colmmissioners aproved of the plaussubmitted to have the Iteadtworks and tunnels constructed of brickwork built with cement, the approval of the departmtent has not yet been obtained, but it is expected that special attention will be given to the trust's proposals. 2. Plans and specifica tions were at once prepared for the necessary coffer dam, with the intention to have the contract let at the present meeting and con structed without delay, under stringent con ditions to be completed to ...

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STATE OF THE RIVERS. HEIGHT ABOVE SUMMER LEVEL. [BY TELEGRAPH.] Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 7 March 1890

STATE'OF THE RIVERS. HEIoaH ABOVE SUMMER LEVEL. LBY TELEGRAPJ. Thursday. fMunnAr. .. ft. in. Albury .. .. 0 .. 11 Echuesa .. 4.. .. 24 Swan Bill . ,. .. 4 5 Esto. .. . . 0 9 GOULus. Seymour .. 0.. .. 2 luoanoDmoEE. Wagga 2 9 Ray .. .. 22 alransald .. . 4 9 DAaLINo. Mfenindie .. .. .. 19 11 Wentworth .. .. .. 7 2 Wilcannia .. .. 23 6

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YESTERDAY'S RACING. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 7 March 1890

YFs r RIL ..v's i o&.-Atll Fleington yesterday the :.ihanpioin was won by 31elos, Dreadnought bein" second and Carbine third. dami at the COthiua Trust head~orks, was accepted on Saturday, last subject to the apprival of. r. IGhle,' C.E., consulting engineer to the trust. TuE PENNY PosT: -Agrati?ying in. crease in the' ntimber of leotters posted since the penny postage system came into operation is shown by the results- of the past two months iorlk, but the: increase will not, it is exipected, recouip the re venue. at the year's end for: the lovering, of Ipostage rates. ;.The` lipblic are appar. ently slow to learn.that the penny post. age systemi applies to this :colony only, as a large number ofletters are still re received for tranismission to the other colonies bearing Id. postage, and they are of course snrchargedobn :arrival at their dcstiniation. Thei bulk of these letters a:i addressed tolewv South WVales;, but a? fiir proportion ?aro intended also for th'e other col...

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NEW BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 7 March 1890

N?w BUsINEss.--Mr. H. Laisen noti fie. in our advertising columns that he has taken premises in Fitzroy Street, three doors from the Mechanics' Institute, where he intends to keep a first-class stock of finit and vegetables, and is pre pared to supply his numerous customers, and the public generally, with the above, fresh daily.

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SWAN HILL IRRIGATION TRUST. OPENING CEREMONY. SWAN HILL, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 7 March 1890

SWAN HILL IRRIGATION TRUST. OPENING CERIIMONY. (BY ELECTRIC TELEORAPH.) (FRO. OuR OWN CORRE.SPONDENT.) Swn-N HrLL, Thursday. The oflicial opening of the pumping plant, erected by the Swan . Hill Irrigation and Water Supply Trust in connection with their scheme, took place to-day in the presence of a large assemblage of spectators, including a number of visitors from Kerang and else where. The plant is a powerful one, manufactured by Messrs. Robison Bros., and is capable of throwing 8,000 gallons of water per minute, It was christened " The Enterprise" by Mr J W. Taverner, M.P., amidst much enthusiasm, but on account of a severe storm inoppor tunely breaking over the town at the time no speeches were made. The event is to be further celebrated by a banquet this evening

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RABBIT-PROOF FENCING. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 7 March 1890

RABBIT-PROOF FENCING. At the sitting of the Swan Hill Shire Council on Tnesday a great deal of time was spent in discussing the rabbit-proof fencing question. Several tons of nettinig his been purchased by the council, as already stated in these columns, and is waiting for the petitions to be submitted iii proper forln, so "that .the..diitribution may take plihe .''r. Hastinigs, who haes been indefatigable in his efforts to get the fencing for the - ratepayers about Swan Hill, ngain applied for a quantity to be forwarded, but as the forms of petition appeared to be of a very intricate nature,he having already had three different forms signed, it was found that the one lie put in on Tuesday was not quite complete. To a question of Cr. Cullen's, he replied that sume of the ratepayers at Swan Hill who had received netting ha'l not signed the last petition, but had attached their signature to the first two, and had also given promissory notes for the amount, so as to guarl the council f...

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LATEST CABLEGRAMS. WHOLESALE MURDER OF CHILDREN. ANTARCTIC EXPLORATION. SOCIALISM IN GERMANY. LABOR TROUBLES IN ENGLAND. POLITICS IN FRANCE. COMMENTS ON THE WRECK OF THE QUETTA. A REMARKABLE VOYAGE. THE UNIVERSITY BOAT RACE. THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN. SIR TMOMAS ELDER'S STATUE. LONDON, March 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 7 March 1890

LATEST CABLEGRAMS. WHOLESALE MURDER OF CHIIDIREN. AN?ARCTIC EXPLORATION. SOCIALISM IN GERMANY. LABOR TROUBLES IN ENGLAND. POLITICS IN FRANCE. COM~IENTS ON THE WRECK OF THE QUETTA. A RE.MAltRKABLE VOYAGE. THE UNI\EIRSITY BOAT RACE. TIlE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN. SIR TMM0.1AS EIIUIER'S STATUE. (FROM ARGUs ANDAGE CORRESPONDENTS.) LOxnos, March 1. In (connection Iwith the recent dis. covery that an extensive system of baby farming had been carried on at Warsaw, and that 76 infants had been murdered, further discoveries have been made by the police. A regular system seems to have been adopted by the criminals, who are known to have had agents working for them at various places throughout the country. It has been ascertained that hundreds of infants had been murdered. .. March 2. Sat tn disposal of Baron Norenskot form an antarctic expedition are inade quate and that it would be easy for the Australian colonies to contribute £20,000 or £80,000 between them. -M. Tirard, the French Premier, has or...

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SUNDAY TRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 7 March 1890

SUNDAY TRAMS. On Tuesday the question of running Sunday trams to Koondrook was again brought before the council by Cr. Dunstan, who, in pursuance of notice iven, moved that the resolution passed at a previous meeting authorising the running of trams on Sundays be rescinded, andinstead, that an excursion tram be run on Wednesday afternoons. In speaking to the motion, Cr. Dunstan said he had always been op posed to the running of the trains on Sun day, not from a religious point, but he did not be:ieve in interfering with the liberty of any man, and the council did so by making their employds work. Perhaps they (the employes) did so willingly, or perhaps, on the other hand, some of them did not care to go against their fathers. The hours of labor were shortening every 1 day all over the world, and lie did not think it fair that these men's should be increased. The mover of the motion that 9 he (the speaker) wished to rescind had said himself that the hours were too long and that the m...

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