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

E. E. BONNEY & CO LAND AGENTS, LILYDALE, S BE ..Prepared, at shortest notice, 1:. ADVANCE MONEY upon FREEHOLD .ND LEASEHOLD PROPEBTIES 7 i the Northern Districts. Special A dertisenments. MEDICAL. DR T. M. AUSTIN, PUBLIC. VACCINATOR, AY be consulted Daily at his Surgery Hawthorne's Buildings, VICTORIA STREET, KERANG. Vaccination suspended till the month of March. Medicines dispensed personally. Lodge patients' consulting hours, 8 to 10 a.m and 0 to 8 p.m. DR. HENRY STOKER, L.R.C.S.T., L.K.Q.C.P.L, L.,M. Rotunda Lying-in-Hospital, and of King's and Queen's College Physiciins, Ireland. H AS commenced the practice of his Pro fession in Kerang, and may be con sulted at his residence, Victoria Street. Hours-Morning, 9 to 11; afternoon, 1.30 to 3.30 ; evening, 7 to 8. May also be seen at Welch's Hotcl,Macorna, Tuesdays, between the hours of 1.15 p.m and 3.30 p.m., and at Koondrook every alter nate Monday, between 8 and 9.30 a.m. 9275 DR. H. A. DERAVIN, M.B. (Late of the Bendigo Ho...

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 11 March 1890

CRICKET. The competition for the Kerang Cricket Club Challenge Cup was further advanced on Saturday last by two matches—Kerang   v. Trades and Swan Hill v. Tragowel. Both were played at Kerang, the former resulting in an easy victory for Kerang by an innings and 89 runs, whilst the latter was won by Tragowel by 73 runs; the totals being—Tragowel, 112; Swan Hill, 39. The complete scores of this match not being obtainable for the present issue, we are only enabled to give those of the contest between the two local teams, which are as follows: KERANG.—Marks, b Morey, 8; Hosking, b Aitken, 5 ; Dyall, b Aitken, 19; Truman, b Stewart, 4; Scriven, b Vinnard; 27; Crawford, c and b Morey, 16; Field, b Stewart, 9; Sabine, b Aitken, 54; Flight, not out, 0; Stranger, b Aitken, 0; Tregear, b Aitken, 7; sundries, 3; total, 152. TRADES.—lst innings.—James, b Flight, 0 ; J. Stewart, b Flight, 0; Edmondson, b Tregear, 21; Aitken, b Flight, 3; Vin- nard, not out, 12; Morey, st. Dyall, b ...

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

HoLoaO .'s P?,ls.crvo uants end want of Energy.--Whlen first the nercves feel un e strung, and listles-.ess supplants energy, the time has come to take some such lterative Sis Holloway's Pills to restrain a disorder ad fromm eloping itself into i disease. These is ocellent Pills correct all irregularities and Swcakneosses. They act so kindly, yet so st energetic?lly, on the functions of digestion nd rsseimilationf that the whole body is Y "rev-i'd, the blood rendered richer and purer, -?ile the muscles become firmer and stronger, 'the nervcus and absorbent systems are SA" "r?. These Pills are suitable for all nd.. 'II- ages. They have a most 'vigo.. 'on person who are ont in ,ltaosses Ona rectiy whatever is at ons'ous eae,. e the body and con Cioniti theoi soo , dene0tre strength 1"'~ /- Wnr REIarN DEAF--If you have failec to be cured elsewhere, write or apply to th. Aural Clinic, 145 Collins-street, Melbourne Their new, scientific, entirely successful and painless Electro-Medicatio...

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PYRAMID HILL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 14 March 1890

PYRAMID.HILL RACES. The following are i the weights for the principal., ovontas in, connootion w;vith ..x th e above races: PYILIID HILL IIANDICAP. Ui st. lb. st. lb. Unity .. 8 0 Sonny .. 7 7 Innisfail .. 8 0 Priestess ..7 3 Adelaide .. 8 0 Cohuna .i 7' 3 Roderick Dhu .7 10 Catherine .. 7 2 Wamba .. 7 7 lBrownlock .. 6 12 IIUcnrDL RICE. , - .:. st. lb. st. Lb. Cock Rlobin .. 10 71 Nipper '1.. 9 10 Wamba .. 10 4 Seleme .. 9 4 Hope.. -. 9 12 IIXNDICAP FLrYIG STASES. . 'st. lb. st. '1b. Unity ... 8 4 Cohnna ... 7 7 Roderick Dimn 8 4 Landlady .. 7 7 One Pop .. 8 2 3ricket .. 7 7 Cock fRobin .. 8 0 Brownlock ;. :7. 4 Hope.. .. 7 10 Nipper .. 7 4 Sonny .. 7 10 Whisky ..-:7- 0 Queen of Clubs 7 7 Dick Turpin.. 6 12

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STATE OF THE RIVERS. HEIGHT ABOVE SUMMER LEVEL. [BY TELEGRAPH.] Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 14 March 1890

STATE OF THE RIVERS. RITErIT AnOVE Sumraa LEVEL. IBY TELEGBAPH.I Monday. i Munnwr. 'ft; in.i Albury .. .. .. 0 8! Echluca .. .. .. 2 8 Swan Hill . .. .. 2 10 Euston .. ... . 3 "0 'GOULB.-nu. - Saymour .. 0 3' itURRUnMIDOEE.. .Waggs . . .. 4 0O iay .... 2 6 Ilalranald .. . .. ..3 0 DARLNG. ". Menindie .... 21 4. Wentworth .- ... 88 Wileannia .. .. . 2 0

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SWAN HILL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 14 March 1890

SWAN HILL RACES. 'flihe following weights have been de clared in connection with the three prin. cipal events for the above races: HURDLE RACE. st. lb. a t. lb. Southlgate .. 10 4 Freedomi ;. 9 7 Wamba .. 10 2 Kenneth .' 9 7 Hard Times...10 0 Goldfinder .. 9 7 Blue Jacket.. 9 7 Bonnie Ioon 8 71 Ella : .. 7 .0 Stonebroke ... 8 0 I Banjo :. .. 7 0 Orpheus .. 7 8 Will If I Can 6 12 Freedom .. 7 .4 - e SwiuRH Ha? n icaP. .st b. st. lb. Resolution .. 8 4 Ailsa .. 7 8 Oaktands .. 8 1 Kenneth .. 4 Bonniei' Doon 7:11 In the Swan Hill Handicap Ailsa, on c. count of Winning the Kerang Handicap, will carry a penalty of 71bs. extra, or a total of 8st. lib .

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A STRIKING COMPARISON. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 14 March 1890

A STRIKING COMPARISON. To understand the very favorable prices terms. and conditions of the Werribee Irrigation and Investment Company's Ssales, it is only necessary to visit the present market garden districts around Melbourne, and compare the annual payments under the above company's tables with the rent and wafer rates paid by tenants at, say, Malvern or other similar locality, thus :-Unimprovedr market garden land within the Yen Yenn radius freely realises a rental of £7 per ;ore per annum, an e ? he. eator., charges _Mr. Woodmasn-ooue of th' minost sc cessful city gardeners-it would pay the Melbourne market gardeners to secure irrigation, even at a cost of £20 per acre per annum for water-rate. Taking, how. ever, the smaller figures--£7 for land rent and £8 for water rate-we have an annual charge of .15 per acre. Under the company's tables, a purchaser of land at £150 per acre has, after paying his deposit, to pay £1 9s. 3d. every four weeks per acre, or £19 Os. 3d. during the ...

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FIRE BRIGADES' DEMONSTRATION. SANDHURST, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 14 March 1890

FIRE BRIGADES' DEMONSTRA TION. (er ELECTRIC TELEoOAPH.) (FROM oun owN coRRasPONDENT). SANDiRnsT, Thursday. The Kerang team.of six imen ran five rounds altogether, boating the following brigades :-First rmind, Murton, time 47 2-?thlecs.; second round, Sanhlurst No. 1, 41secs;; ti.ird round, Slawell, 42 3-5th sees. In the fourth round the two Bal larat brigades, Beechworth and Kerang ran for places. Ballarat beoat Korang I one fifth of a second. Time-3S 1-5th. In the final heat Kerang beat Bceclhwortlh in:40!secs and won third prize. Kerang ran into good places for thoe ladder and hose races, doing excellent work. Swan Hill also did splendid work in the fours, but failed to secure a place.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 14 March 1890

Trado .&ddessos. PUBLIC NOTICE. " . 1 A. J. JONES B EGS to inform his numerous customers, Sfriends and patrons that he has removed 13 his Saddlery Business to his promises in - Scoresby-street, next to Messrs. G. Adams and Co's. establishment, and, havirng re covered from his late illness, he is now pre pared to execute faithfully all orders en- C trusted to his care. A large supply of Saddlery always kept in stock. Good workmanship, civility and despatch, and at the lowest possible prices. Don't forget new address, A. J. JONES, SADDLER, Scoresby-street, Kerang. 509 t (ESTABLISHED 1SGO.) :FURNITURE I FURNITURE ! GREAT CLEARING SALE At f RTEDLE'S FURNISHING WAREHOUSE, Previous to Stocktaking. FOR CASH ONLY : £51,000 worth o! Furniture, Furnishings, Bedsteauds, Bedding, Musical TInstru ments, and every household re quisite at Wholesale Prices for ONE MONTH Only. CALL and See for yourselves. You are not n.sked to Buay. hut" to ce the Great Bnrgains tmhat may be hail for lecsly ...

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LATEST CABLEGRAMS. THE SIBERIAN ATROCITIES. LABOR TROUBLES IN ENGLAND. FRANCE AND DAHOMEY. AFFAIRS IN HUNGARY. POLITICS IN ITALY. APPALLING MINING ACCIDENT. GERMAN AFFAIRS. THE PARNELL COMMISSION. THE VICTORIAN DIVORCE BILL. THE BERLIN LABOR CONFERENCE. LONDON, March 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 14 March 1890

LATEST CABLEGRAMS. TIIH SIBERIAN ATROCITIES. LABOR TROUBLES IN ENGLAND. FRANCE AND DAHOMEY. AFFAIRS INdIHUNGARY. POLITICS IN ITALY. "APPALLING "MINING ACCIDENT. GERMAN AFFAIRS' STIE' PARNELL CO1iMISSION? TIIE' VICTORIAN DIVORCE BLL, THE BERLIN .LABOR CONFERENCE. (soar t P.OUSAN'D AGE CORRESPo?DENTS.) - Lono., March 10. 'Alargo pnblic meeting has b|en`lehld at Hyde Park for the purpose of considering the Siberian atrocities which have of late attracted so lmuch attention in the pnublio newspapers. The various, speakers strongly condemned the condition of things which exists in Siberia as inhuman and unchris :.an, and Mr. Burns denounced the Czar as a monster, who was primarily respon sible for the present horrible condition of affairs in the 'Russian prisons in Siberia. " The negotiations for the adjustment of the threatened strike of.- the coal miners a aire 'till. procheding, but there is very little prospect of ian' amicable settlement being arrived at between the parties. The pro...

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MESSRS. TAVERNER AND M'COLL, M's.L.A., AT SWAN HILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 14 March 1890

ME88RS. TA VERNERAND M'COLL, -- M-s. LA.-A T SWAN ' HILL ," "'-In'connection'witli the "oflciail" opnii?g of the works of the. Swan Hill Irrigation and Watei" :Sjipply'Tihis~, by Mr. J. W. Taverner, .L.P.,. on . Thursday last, a banquet'was held in the evening at Boys' Haill... An account. of. the proceedings fr'm our oi'reospondeot came to hand too late for insertion in the present issue. We..take ..the. following report of- the ~peeches' delivered.T by Messrs. Taverner and M'Coll, M's.P., from thea Swan Hill Guardiah. The chairman, lMr. R. Hughes, J.P., having, in appropriaeo terms, pro posed the toast: of Parliament, coupled with the names of the'members' present, Mr. Taverner rose to respond, and was vociferously received, the cheering being long and continuous. He thanked them very warmly for Ihe lhearty reception they had accorded him. It gave him great pleasure to be with them 'on that very .important occasion, and as it was his first public appearance in Swan Hill since' Isi...

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HE IS COMING. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 14 March 1890

FIE IS COMING. L.?dis beovare, 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 (it any) draper Manning will reap, Represeutcd by Montgomerie. Gentlemen he can "suit," destroy branch and root, Shoddy dealers, and would be chean houses, From the head to the foot, a good hat or a boot; He excels, most of all, in cheap trousers. N.B. M.r Montgomerieis at present represent ing us in the Kerang district, and is antho rised to collect our accounts.-Ma-L~nu and Co., View Point, Sandhurst.

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KERANG ANNUAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 14 March 1890

KERANG ANNUAL RACES. President-John Cullen, Jun., Esq. Vice president-W. J. W. Patchell, E-:q. Stewards--Messrs. A. D. Bell, J. H. Bell, W. J. R. Davidson, John Cole man, John Singleton, E. G. McHale, W. Yeo, D. G. Rattray, Dr. Austin, Dr. Stoker. Judg--J. W. Taverner, ,Esq., M;L.A. Starter-Mr. C.H.'Yeo. Clerk of Scales-Mr. H. W. . Richardson. Clerk of Course-Mr. John O'Connor. Timokeeper-2M-r. JamesWilson. ' IIin dicapper-Mr. G..Vowles. Treasurer Mr. G. Rutherford. ' 'Had the executive of the Kerang Tnrl Club made special arrangements with the clerk of the weather for Wednesdcty last, they could not possibly have held their annual races tinder more favorable aus pices. The day was all "that could be desired for the occasion. The arrange ments for carrying out the meeting and securing the comfort and enjoyment of members and visitors were up to the usual high stander.l of excellence, the attendance was exceptionally numerous and the racing first class. Various improvements and addit...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 14 March 1890

Medical. ALL DISEASES OF LONG STANDING COlt PLETELY CURED BY IHERBAL 3MAGNETIC TREATMENT. Chronle Snfferers Should not Fan to Coesnlt MR H. E. KUGELMANN Conmenltine Hecrbalist and Eclectic Of 172 and 174 WILLIAM STREET, MELBOURNE. nSITS KERANG EVERRY ONTI Irend adveerti.c meet for Dates.) M BR. KUGELMANN'S treatment differs entirely from all others known, and he has cared more cases of Chronic Disease than any ten medical men in Australia. Thousands of sworn declarations of eases cured can be seen. Send for pamphlet on Medical Despotisms or Liberty which? 506 pages; post free. This book exposes completely the old style of Mineral Drugging, and explains the methods of Mr. Kugel mann'sNatural Treatment. Read the fol lowing testimonial, a specimen of thousands more : Stockyard Hill (near Beaufort) Victoria. 1. 12 1 '88. H. E. KuoELc1itN, Consulting Herbalist, Melbourne. Dear Sir,-As you are publishing some sworn declarations of eases cured, I wish to send you a statement of my case, an...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 14 March 1890

Trade Addressen. THE :'WHOLESALE CLOTHING CO. TW S. lO? T I\TN C ,,,. "J ft t - TWEEDS' COATINGS '-TWEEDS COATINGS TWEEDS COATINGS TWEEDS COATINGS. BLUE and FANOY SERGES. : BLUE 'anid FANCY 'SERGES., BLUE, and FANCY SERGES. Blue :and: Fancy Serges. AND ENORMOUS STOCK. SOUR OWN IMPORTING. T'HE Assortment of SPRING and I SUMMER GOODS is boyond doubt the best 'ever seen in the colonies. As usual we have a large staff of the Best Cutters & Workmen '' IN VICTORIA. (to order), 12s- Gd ALL' WOOL TWEED SUITS (to order), 46s. W: wRITE FOR SAMPLES.. Our Traveller Visits the District every Two Months. J. T. MIDDLETON, General Mlanager. THOS. M.' FRASER EG to inform the inhabitants of Pyramid R'Hill and District that, having pur. ehased the business carried on by him for Mr A. J. Jones, he is prepared to do all descriptions of TARINESS AND SADDLE WORK AT LOL WEST PRIDES, Combined with best workmanship. r, E R IN. .Ho 0 T.E L JOHN CULLEN. PROPRIETOR. BST WINES AND SPIRITS IN STOCK toood ...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 14 March 1890

C RIC-KE T. The following are the complete seores of the cup match played at Kerang on Saturday last, between teams from Tra gowel and Swan Hill: TnAGoWLr..-W. Kerr, c Lewis b Neil son, 2; M. M'Carthy, Lb.w., b Neilson, 6; P. Spowart, I.l,:w., b Gould, 8; W. Wallace, run out, 11; C. Yrains, not out, 52; D. Har risen, b Gould, 0; J. Cox, b Everingham, 11; A. Donul:.s, b Everingham, 2: T. Jenkins, b *: -ringham, 0; R. M'Ivor, b Everinghalm, 0; R. Francis, b Gould, 0; sundries, 11; total, 112. Swas HILL.-Bruton, a A. Douglass b M'Cartlh, 3; Everingham, c and b Spowart, 4 ; T. Wilkins, b M'Carthy, 5; Lewis, c Vains, b L'Carthy, 0; Davies, b Spowart, 2; Neilson, b Spowart, 0; E. Pye, b Spowaut, 0; J.. M'Donald, b i'PCarthy, 6; Gould, l.b.w., b M'Carthy, 0; W. Py,: b M'Carthy, 0; Morrison, not out, 3; byes, 3 . total; 26. - . The Tragowel team thus won by 86 runs.

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Kerang Times. Published Tuesdays and Fridays, WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. FRIDAY, MARCH 14, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 14 March 1890

Published Tuesdays and Fridays, WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. FRIDAY, MARCH.4 14, 1890. NEw I'OsT.I. ARRANGEMENTs.-We are informed by Mr. J. H. M'Coll, M.P., that, in answer to his request for a post oflice to be established either at Rowley's, or the Murrabit West Butter and Cheese Factory, or at both places, with a mail service from Kerang, the following deci sions have been arrived at by the Post master-General :-"That it will be best to establish an independent service for Rowloey's and the factory, to be worked either from Kerang or Koondrook. That alternate tenders be called for a service from both places. That a loose bag be carried for three months, or such less time as shall be needed, to prove the corres pondence. That at-the end of the time it be then decided what post office shall be established, either at Rowley's or' at the factory, or at both places; the other place to have a loose bag. Tenders for the service will be called at once." VALEDICTORY.-Last night the friends of ...

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BRIDGE CLOSED. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 14 March 1890

"BnrIoID' CLOSED.-TIIO ColnIna lrriga; tion and Water Supply Trust notify else where that the bridge over the main channel at Gunbower Island is closed for traffic, and any persons crossing same do so at their own risk. SOLLOWAY's PrLLs.-Nervousness and want of Energy.-When first the nerves feel un st ung, and listlessness supplants energy, the time has come to take some such alterative as Ilolloway's Pills to restrain a disorder from developing itself into a disease. These excellent Pills correct all irregularities and weaknesses. They act so kindly, yet so energetically, on the functions of digestion and assimilation, that the whole body is revived, the blood rendered richer and purer, while the muscles become firmer and stronger, and the nervcus and absorbent systems are invigorated. These Pills are suitable for all classes ain all ages. They have a most inmrvelloos effect on persons who are :ut in condition; they soon rectify whatever is at fault, restore strength to the body an...

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HE IS COMING. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 18 March 1890

; E IS COMING. Ladies beware, and a fortune you'llBshare, For the lion of Bendigo's coming your. way. You will kInow him ; he's fair, and drives a 'brown mnre, - And gives a 'big discount to all who cash p ay. : . iri goods that aire honest and lines that are cheap, Sterlig vailue in all you must see; The profit (if any) draper Manning will reap, Represenited by Moitgomerie. Gentlemen le can ? suit," destroy branch eand root, . Shoddy dealers, and would be chea ilouses, From the head to the foot, a good hat or a boot ; .. He'excels, most of all, in cheap trousers. N.B. Mr Montgomerie is at present represent ing us in the Kerang district, and is autho rised to collect oar, accounts.-?asn?mo and Co., View Point, Sandhurst..

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PYRAMID HILL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 18 March 1890

PYRAMID 'HILL' RACES. (nv OUR OWN REPORTER., I . 'L: The Pyramid Hill Race. Club ,held its annual meeting yesterday under very un favorable circumstances, rain-occasioning considerable delay .in a number of the. 'events, aad'aausinga 'general stampede to any.. available place. of- shelter by the spectators, of.which there were a large. nomber present.. Notwithstanding the; sloppy state of the course no accidents occurred.- The Flying Stakes, however, did not result g altogether satisfactorily. Several of the competitorsi were'at the post, and the starter having dropped the flag as a signil to start, the horses galloped. off, the result being that Unity passed the post first. Thi judge, however, declined to declare this horse the winner, alleging that, .the race was started before a number of,.horses entered 'for the. event had left the saddling paddock :.Mr. Maecnlay, the owner of Unity, entered a protest,which is to be referredto theV.R.C. The race was run over again (Unity, hdws e...

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