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MR. SPEIGHT AND DEPUTATIONS [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 7 March 1890

MR. SPEIGHT AND DEPUTA TIONS At the meeting of the Shire Council on Tuesday Cr. Patchell drew attention to some remarks he had seen in one of the papers relative to alleged discourtesy shown by MIr. Speight, chairman of Railway Commissioners, to members of deputations who waited upon him in his official capacity to transact business. He was very pleased to say that in any transaction he had had with Mr. Speight his experience had been exactly the re verse. No one could have treated him (the speaker) and other members of the council who had been appointed as de putations, in a more courteous and affable manner. He had always found when. ever he waited upon Mr. Speight, his colleagues, or Mr. Labertouche, the Sec retary for Railways, and asked for any thing in reason, that they were only too glad to meet him in every way. Mr. Speight appeared always to take a sensible view.of'any. matter placedbefore him. couT not say yes to every deputa on that waited nupon - him, and perhaps that wa...

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 7 March 1890

Trado .Addresses. tWHOLESALE CLOTHING CO. -.~ i ?tc , tr.c . /X l Pups TWEEDS. COATINGS TWEEDS "COATINGS TWEEDS - ' COATINGS TWEEDS COATINGS. BLUJE and FANCY SERGES. BLUE and FANOY SERGES. BLUE and FANOY SERGES. Blue aand Fancy Serges. AND .. ENORMOUS STOCK. OUR OWN IMPORTING. I?H Assortment of SPRING and I SUMMER GOODS is beyond doubt the best ever seen in the colonies. As usual we have a large staff of the * Best Cutters & Workmen IN VICTORIA. ALL .WOOL TWEED SUITS (to order), 6IGs. WRITE FOR SAMPLES. Our Traivller Visits the District every Two ,Months. J. T. MIDDLETON, :'' General Manager. ,'THOS . M. FRASER 1l)EGr to inform the inhabitantsof Pyramid : :.Heill and District that, having pur .ehasmd the business carried on by him for Mr A. Jones, he is prepared to d- all descriptions of STiABrNE0S AND SADDLE WORK AT .,LOWEST PRIDES, : Combined with best workmanship. FIRST CLASS GENERAL STOCK Always kept on hand.: (ERANG OTEL .JOHIIN, :CULLEN. .. PROPRIETOR. iBlSTWINES AND: ...

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
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DRAINAGE OF KERANG. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 7 March 1890

DRAINAGE OF KERANG, On Tuesday last, at the shire council meeting, a report was submitted by the engineer (Mr. C. E. Albrecht) in connec tion with his recent visit to Adelaide to enquire into the sanitary system of that city, with a view of introducing, if neces sary, any alterations that would be favor able to the proposed drainage scheme for Kerang. The report read as follows: "On the 27th of January 1 reached the city of Adelaide, and have thoroughly in spected the system of drainage and the sewage farm in connection therewith. I re ceived kind attention from His Worship the Mayor, and beg to supply the following in formation: - The drainage of Adelaide is divided into two distinct systems, the storm water being taken off by the ordinary surface channels, while the sewage proper consists of a water - closet system conveyed into earthenware pipes, sunk in the streets, ex tending in dimension until they issue from the city by an egg-shaped drain, and thence by an open drain for a d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 7 March 1890

Medical: OA f T oF LONG STANDING .COt LtTLI CUED BY IuERBAL MAGNETIC TREATMENT. rChroic SSheuhr not t til to Consu'lt R H. E. KUGELMANH? ' C ittn Iherlbalit elclectic.l Of"7 r0 t SLLIAS STREET, MELBOURNE: ESISTSK E TG LTr 3rONTIIH raed adveitiser met forDateP.) ý . UGELMANN'S treatmenit ldiffers entirely from all others known, and e ha cred more cases of Chronic' Disease 1 Is an any ten medical men in Australia. Thosands of sworn declarations of cases si ed can be en. Send for pamphlet on it ical Depotisns or Liberty which ? 50 pages post free. This book exposes j completely the old style of Mineral Drugging, nd expins the methods of 'Mr. Kugel mann's Natral Treatment. Read the fol oing Testionial, a specimen of thousands more : StIcky i {near Beaufort) c Victoria. 1 J 12'1 '88. o xn. H. E. Kuorslx, Consulting Herbalist, Melbourne. Dear Sir,-As you are publishing some sor declarations of cases cured, I wish to nd yo a stateint of my case, andt which i as follows :-Abont 25 years ago...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 7 March 1890

War BRExs DEs.-I- you have failee to be cured elsewhere, write or apply to th. Aural Clinic, 145 Collins-street, Melbourno Their new, scientific, entirely successful and painless Electro-M3edication treatment com pletely cures Deafness, Noises in the Head, discharges, etc., no matter 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 civilised world. Aevr.) HE IS COMLNG. Ladies beware, and a fortune you'll share, For the lion of Bendigo's coming your way. You will know him; he's fair, and drives a brown mare,. And gives a big discount to all who cash pay. In goods that are honest and lines that are cheap, Sterling value in all you must see; The profit (if any) draper Manning will reap, Represented by Montgomerie, Gentlemen he can "suit," destroy branch and root, Shoddy dealers, and would be cheap houses, From the head to the foot, a good hat or a boot; He excels, most of all, i...

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TRAGOWEL PLAINS IRRIGATION & WATER SUPPLY TRUST. MINCHA, MARCH 6TH, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 7 March 1890

TRAGOWEL PLAINS IRRIGA TION & WATER SUPPLY TRUST. (t" OURm OWSN REPORT:eR.. MINCHlA, MARCH 0TH, 1890. Present:-Cmrs. De Carts (chairman), Smith, Long, M'Ivor, Douglas, Marfleet, Angus, Twigg and Richardson. The minutes of previous ordinary meeting and of a special meeting held for the purpose of revising and confirming electoral rolls were conlirmel. CORRnFcSEONDF.NcE. From Cmr. Saville, writing from Mel bourne, regretting his unavoidable absence from the previous meeting. Received. From Water Supply Department, stating that application had been made by A. Mann for the sale of 48 acres in the parish of Mineha West, adjoining allotments 44a and 45, and requesting to be favored with the views of the trust as to whether there was any water supply objection to the land being sold. lteferred to engineer. From same, in response to application, forvarding further copies of " The Irrigation Amendment Act 1889." Received. From same, acknowledging trust's letter in which it was stated...

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
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KOONDROOK ANNUAL RACES. President—Mr. J. Keene. Vice-president—Mr. J.P. Teague. Stewards—Messrs. C. Kinnane, W. Dougharty, Guy Dougharty, J. Keene, Rupert Clarke, J. Lalor, D. Murray, B. Akers, R. A. Callen, F. M'Kenzie, W. Taylor, J. P. Teague, J. W. Chanter, W. H. Safe, J. Condon, J. Delaney. Judge—Mr. D. Murray. Starter—Mr. J. Lalor. Clerk of Scales—Mr. W. H. Safe. Clerk of Course—Mr. R. A. Callen. Treasurer—Mr. F. M'Kenzie. Time-keeper—Mr. J. Wilson. Handicapper—Mr. Francis F. Dakin. Secretary—Mr. Wm. Buckland. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 7 March 1890

KOONDROOK ANNUAL RACES. -f LaBY oUR o. ? EPORTE5.. President-Mr. 3. Keene. Vice-president -Mr. J.P.Teague. Stewards--Messrs. C. Kinnane, W. Dougharty, Guy Dougharty, J. Keene, Rupert Clarke, J. 1 Lalor, D. Murray, B. Akers, R. A. Callen, F. M'Kenzie, W. Taylor, J. P. Tengue, I J. W. Chanter, W. H. Safe, J. Condon, i J. Delaney. Judge-Mr. D; Murray. I Starter-Mr. J. Lalor. Clerk of Scales --Mr. W. H. Safe. Clerk of Course- i Mr. R. A. Callen. Treasurer--3r. F. M'Kenzie. Time-keeper-Mr. J. Wil- q son. Handicapper-Mr. Francis F. Dakin. Secretary-Mr. Winm. Buckland. t The annual meeting of the Koondrook v Turf Club was held on Wednesday. The a weather, although somewhat warm, was not by any means disagreeable, and conse quently a large number of persons at- C tended the meeting. The inducement held out by the tramway authorities running a special tram was availed of by a large num. her of Kerang residents. The tram left Kerang at 1.20 p.m.,arriving at Koondrook about 2 p.m. Mr. J. H. M1...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 7 March 1890

Special A dertisemnenrs. MEDICAL. DR T. X.L A.U TIN, PUBLIC VACCINATOR, JiAY be consulted Daily at hi= Surgery Hawthorne's 'uildings, VICTORIX STREET, KEIIANG. Vaccination suspended till the month of March. Medicines lispensed personally. Lodge patients' consulting hours, 8 to 10 n.m and h to 8 p.m. DR. HENRY STOKER, L.R.C.S.I., L.K.Q.C.P.T., L.I,. Rotunda Lying-in-lHospital. and of King's and Quccn's College Physicians. Ireland. JH AS commenced the practice of his Pro fession in Kerane., awl may be con suited at his residence, Victoria Street. Hours-Morning. 9 to 11 ; nfternoon, 1.30 to 3.30 ; evening, 7 to S. May also be seenat aWelch's I Iotel,Macoria, Tuesilays. between the hours of 1.15 p.m and 3.30 p.m.. and at Ksnodrook every alter nate Montday, between S and 9.30 a.m. 9275 DR. H. A. DERA.YIN, M.B. (Late of thle Bendieo Hospital), PUILIC VACCINATOIl. PYIRAt ID I I , Lb, H AS madeo arrngements to visit. 3a corns every l?r,..loy ,,l.l mnay Ihe co sulted there betiec:e the hlour...

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SWAN HILL SHIRE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, MARCH 4TH. Present: Crs. Cullen, Patchell, O'Donnell, Yeo, Hastings and Dunstan. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 7 March 1890

SWAN HILL SHIRE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, MfARCoI 4TH. Present: Cis. Cullen, Patchell, O'Don nell, Yco, Hastings and Dunstan.' - In the absence of the president, Cr. Cullen was voted to the chair. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. The finance committee recommended payments of accounts as follows: General, £483 12s. 3d.; - tramnway, £116 14s. 4d. Total, £600 6s. 71. aerouTs. The secretary re'-orted that a committee, consisting of Crs. Cullen, O'Donnell and Yeo. had met since last meeting and opened tenders for the bridge over Barr 3rcek at Westblade's dam. Five tenders were re ceived. and that of John O'Hern, £250 Gs. Sd.. was accepted. Received. The weighbridge keeper at Macorna re ported having received the sum of £417 17s. Gd. to 17th February. Received. The rate-collector (Mr. Jno. O'Connor) report'd having received the following amounts for rates during the month ending 2Sth February; 1890 :-East Loddon, cur rent. £65 14s.; arrears. £18 0:. Od. West Loddon, £1...

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Kerang Times. Published Tuesdays and Fridays, WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. FRIDAY, MARCH 7, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 7 March 1890

Published Tuesdays and Fridays, WITUI WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. FRIDAY, MIARCH 7, 1890. ANOT?ER. FIRE.-On Wednesday evening Mr. Drake, of the firm of Holloway and Drake, of South KRerang, was engaged burning off stubble in one of the paddocks adjoining, the homestead, in which were standing a stack of hay of about 30 tons, and a stack of straw. Every precaution against danger, it was thought, had been taken before the men who were assisting in the burning off left the paddock, BIr. Drake himself making a thorough inspection of the place before leaving. However, next morn ing, about half pais ten, whilst en gaged ploughing, one of the men noticed smoke issuing from some cav ings, which were in close proximity to the hay stack. He hurried to the spot, and endeavoured to extinguish the fire, but was unable to do so, the flames spreading rapidly to the hay stack, upon which they soon obtained a firm hold. Mr. Drake having arrived with several men, succeeded in beat ing oht the flames, but almo...

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BENJEROOP & MURRABIT IRRIGATION & WATER SUPPLY TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 11 March 1890

BENJEROOP & MURRAB/T IRRI GATION & WATER SUPPLY TRUST. (Fnom oURn OwV cOti$BSPONDE\T.) The ordinary mooting of the above trust was held at the chairman's residence on Saturday, 1stinst. Present :-Cmrs Marks (chairman), Lane, Bennett.' Rloherts, Troy and Hickey.. The minuteF of the previous meeting were read and confirnied. CORRnESPONDNCEt. From Water Supply department, stat ing that Mr. Pt. C. Carr was appointed auditor to the trust for 1890. Received. From same, intimating that £8000 had been granted as a loan on 23rd Decem ber, 1886. Received. From same, notifying that £2000 had been available by order on 10th June, 1880. Received. From same, asking for plans of Reedy Creek; showing works executed; also requesting that rejected tenders he sun plied by trust engineer. Received. From same, requesting the trust to Ssend a delegate to Melbourne to relate experience in irrigation and its results. SCmr. Lane appointed to attend. From J. H. MlIColl, M.P., re visiting I de...

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SWAN HILL HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 11 March 1890

SWAN HILL HOSPITAL. ?OM ?I oUr, OWN CORRESPONDENT) A meeting of the committee of the above 'nstitution was held on Wednesday last, when there were present-The president (Mr. It. Hughes, J.P.), in the chlair and Messrs. Pye, H. Scott, WV. Chettle, Maddison, Mosr doeh and Wyse. The minutes of the previous meeting were read .and confirmed, on the motion of Mr. Scott, seconded by Mr. lladdison. A letter vas received from thie Central Board of Health, asking particelrs of the number of typhoid fever patients admitted, and also the number refused. The secretar was instructed to reply tating that none had been' admitted andm one refused. A. discussion er??ed relative to the case of M.s. Dellow, , 'patient from tCerang, the president and members of the committee expressing heartfelt sympathy therewith. the wasedsman was in attendance, and re 'oted that the victualling, and, in fact, everything connected with the hospital, was Vorking much more satisfactorily than pre. A discussion followed ...

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RIFLE MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 11 March 1890

RIFLE MATCH.-The return rifle match between the Kerang and Durham Ox clubs will be fired at the Durham Ox ranges on Saturday next. The following members have been selected to represent Kerang: Stranger, It. Crawford, 3. 'G: Rundle, 3. Coleman, J. A. MacKeddie, F. 3J. Wilkin, D.W. Williamson. Emergencies:-?Mfessrs. 0. Kempson, J. Ferguson, W. 3. Rogers Davidson and G. Hawthorne. It will be observed that the team as above-men tioned comprises eight members only, but in the event of Durham Ox being able to put ten men in the field, Kerang will be represented by a similar number. The captain hopes that the members named will endeavor to meet at the ranges for practice during the present week. The team will assemble at the railway station on Saturday morning and proceed by the first train to Pyramid Hill, where vehicles will be in readiness to convey them to the ranges near Durham Ox. KOoNDROOK CoMnoa.-It is notified that the herdsman for the above common will attend at Mr. Singleton's y...

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LATEST CABLEGRAMS. AUSTRALIAN FEDERATION. THE TIMES-PARNELL COMMISSION. POLITICAL CRISIS IN FRANCE. THE SITUATION IN GERMANY. PLOTS AGAINST THE CZAR. [?]OTING IN THE TRANSVAAL. THE BRAZILIAN REVOLUTION. THE FRENCH IN WEST AFRICA. HORRIBLE OUTRAGE AT MOSCOW. ITALY AND ABYSSINIA. THE WEST AUSTRALIAN ENABLING BILL. LONDON, March 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 11 March 1890

LA TEST CABLEGRAMS. AUSTRALIAN FEDERATION. THE TIMES-PARINELL COMMISSION POLITICAL CRISIS IN FRANCE. THE SITUATION IN GERMANY. PLOTS AGAINST THE CZAR. 1:IOTIN IN TIili TRANSVAAL. THE BRAZILIAN REVOLUTION. THE FRENdII IN WEST AFRICA. HORRIBLEOUTRAGE ATI MOSCOW. ITALY AND ABYSSINIA. THE WEST AUSTRALIANI ENABLING BILL. (Fnoa AI5ilS AND Adi dOdiifSSFONDENTS.) LONDON, March 4. In connection with the Federal Confer ence recently held in Melbourne, a pro. iosal lhas beoi riimale to hold a meoting in London of Australian bondholders, and other city men interested in colonial matters, in order to express approval of 1itd principle of Australian federation. Lord Salisbi: ii had expressed his in tention of awaiting the decision of the House of Commons upon the motion submitted by the Government for the t feddltilo df the report of the Timles Parnell Commission bdfot?; ibrisiging the onsetionbedforo tl o safo-oof-Lords. In the event o f the rseoliu proposed by Mr. -NV. H. Smith being adopted, L...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 11 March 1890

Trado Ad roesses. - , PUBLIC NOTICE. V . -- hur A:. , JONES ll EGS to inform his numerous customers, :lp B friends and patrons that he has removed ilto his Saddlery Business to.his premises in Scotesby-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- I trusted to his care. A large supply of Saddlery always kept in stock. Good workmanship, civilily and despatch. , and at the lowest possible prices. Don't forget new address,- -hs A.J. J. TONES, SADDLER, Scoresby-street, Korang. 50 th: (ESTAnLISIED 1860.) FURNITURE ! FURNITURE ! GREAT CLEARING SALE alI At for RTEDLE'S FURNISHING WAREHOUSE, Previous to Stocktaking. FOR CASH ONLY : £51,000 worth o" Furniture. Furnishings, Bedsteads, Bedding. Musical T?-tru- D ments, and every honsehold :e quisite at Wholesale Prices for ONE IIONTTI Only. C"LL and See for yourselves. You are not asked to nT-ay, but to see the Great largsnins ...

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KERANG ANNUAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 11 March 1890

KERANG ANNUAL RACES. The annual races under tlhe auspices of 1 the Kerang Turf Club take place to-morrow, 2. B and promise to eclipse any previous meeting, 3. The excellent pirogramme set forth by the ti club attracted a very large ndmber of eitrie; 5. and a glance at the aceptances .as given . I below will corivince all conceried tlinatan enjoyable afternoon's sport may be antici- 7. pated. The usual complete arrangements have been made by the officers of the club for carrying out the meeting, the executive 5 profiting by the experience of former years . to effect various alterations and additions 10. considered necessary in the saddling pad dock- and elsewhere. There are six events on the .jrogramiie, tlih first of which, tile Ttal Stalki; will start at Of 12.30. The .eitries are as. follows:--Trial Stakes, 8 : Time Handicap Trot, 10; Kerang Handicap, 11; -.indicap -urdle iace, 8s; Flying Handic&i. 165 Selling Plate; •. 3 Arrangements hiave been made for special trains and...

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THE BOORT OUTRAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 11 March 1890

iHE BOORT OUTRAGE. The Boort Police Court was crowded to excess on Thursday last, when the widow Mrs. Jane Mackay and her brother-in-la\w, Alexander Mackay, were charged witll having assaulted an elderly, nlai nanled Edward Fitigertld with inttent tO dO grievous bodily harmn. Ml . J. G:G. T?yli-, P.M., and three local jiotioes f6ruied the benchl. Tispector O' lalihrty prosecuted, and the prisoners were defended by Dr. t (ick. The victim of the assault, Edward Fitzgerald, appeared in court with a ban dage over the right iyb,. adid hliibited t ;sins of onoeeral eiro?ness from the effects-.. of the dreadful tretmatenthe lad readived;"?'. Upon entering the witness box he.stated - that he had known the female prisoner for 50 years. He was engaged to marry her in July next. At about half-past flv8 o'clock on the morning of the 7th Feb. runry lie went to the prisoner's farm at Noith ltoort, adjoining his own. He saw the female prisoner in a paddock rounding up some horses. He assisted her,...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KERANG FLOUR MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 11 March 1890

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. " KERANG FLOUR MILLS. Mr. Thos. HIll reports the price of wheat as follows:-Fair milling to prime 2s lid to 3s 2d. MELBOURNE MARKET REPI')RTS. Messrs. Merry and Syme report a -dull market, and arrivals from country small. Prices rule as under:-Chaff: Prime, £3 to £3 10s. per ton; medium, £2 15s. to £3 ; inferior from I2. All quotations bags in. Oats: New Zealand stouts, Is. to 3s. Id. per bushel; Victorians, 2s. 10d. to 3s.; Tartarians, 2s. Cd. to 2s.10d. ; Algerians, 2s. 3d. to 2s. 5d.; Caleuttas, 2s. Id. to 2s. 3d. Wheat: Prime, 3s Gd. to 3s. 9d.; off samples. 3s. 3d. to 3s. Cd. per bushel. Maize, 4s. Straw, £2 10s. to £215s. per ton. Messrs. John J. Denton and Co., Fish Market, Melbourne, report for week ending 7th . March :-Murray cod, 3d to 4id ; perch, Sd to 4d ; catfish, Id. Birds per brace, black duck, 2s to Is 2d ; teal, 10d to is 2d ; hard heads, is El, to is lid ; blue wing, is 11 to 2s 5d ; widgeon,6d to 9d; wood duck, 9d to is ; mountain goose, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 11 March 1890

f Tiade Addrossos. THE WfO LESALE CLOTHING CO. 1f¢ . od" i "h o - TWEEDS : COATINGS TWEEDS COATINGS TWEEDS C TO i t ENORMOU S S OCK. T DS . IMPOR.TIN.GS TTWEEDS COAT NGS. BLUE ands FANCY SERGES. BLUE nd sboNCY SERGES. BLUE and FANCY SERGES. Blue abesnd Fancy Seg colonies. -ENO.RMOU, S STOCK.. OUR OWN IMPORTING. ATHE Assortment of SPRING and SUMMLL R OODS is bTWEED yond doubt ALL ' WOOL TWEED TROUSERS order), 46s. WRITE FOR SAMPLES. Otir Traveller Visits the District every TWo Monts. . C J. T.. MIDDLETON, General Manager. THOS. M. FRASER 'Ei to 'alir n th- iuhabitantsof Pyramid chased the busiess carried on by him for d Mr A. J. Tones, he is prepared to do all desc riptions of H RNESS AND SADDLE WORK AT LOWEST PRIDES, Combined with best workmanship. "IRST. COLASS GENERAL STOOK A': ways kept on hand. ITOIN CULLENO :;' PROPRETOR.. REST WINES AND SPIRITS II STOCK Good AAcomsmddatioa for Travellers. C.ivlity ' ansd mods : teeis esrnee _". I .AR A.NT, ...... TOBCCONIST, NEWS AGENT, EANCY ...

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Kerang Times. Published Tuesdays and Fridays, WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. TUESDAY, MARCH 11, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 11 March 1890

Published Tuesdays and Fridays, WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. TUESDAY, MARCt- 11, .1800. THE christening of the saI itgaei. Swan Hill Irrigation Trust's pumping plant which took place last week, and the official opening of the railway, which is imminent, are events from which, it is to be hoped, the future chronicler will be able to date a great and rapid development of the resources of the Lower Murray district. The prospects of Swan Hill and of the country sur rounding it were never brighter than they are at the present moment. The town, though one of the oldest in the colony, has, until recently, been chiefly remarkable for its stagnation. It has not grown with the growth of other Victorian towns possessing inferior natural advantages. For many years, indeed, it was a decadent rather than a progressive township, and its inhabi tants were less distinguished for their enterprise than for their contented conservatism. The old identities of the place still look back regretfully to the " go...

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