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RIFLE MATCH. DURHAM OX V. KERANG. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 18 March 1890

RIFLE MATCH.' : "?uRHKAB OX V. 'ERA?G.. ; i The xeroug Club vislted Durham O on Saturday last to fire a returnl match against the rflemaeln of that pllne0 acho were recoently defeated at Kereng by the n orrowo;majrity of oile. :On this occasoniu they wilmed but their defe t with a, little, to spare, boatiang the Koenlg score by 14. A thoroughly enjoyable dlay was slemt,'tthe Durlham Ox Clib prolvdiug vehicles from Pyramid Hill stationu to their ranges for tim -'onveyace of tllhe Xierang team.. On arrival at the rranges n hearty weolcomo was received, and oafter a atp of coffee adt. light r?efreshmeuts, the bhsiness of tho day was commeaoed, the gental captain of the 0x teas (Sr. F.B. Royan) leading off with thle resluact able scorn f 26. At tlhacncelu.ion ofr the first range tlhere w os a halanc in favor of lXerneg of 3, but as tlle day wore el tle Ox men were aoseen to be gradually forgilg lahead, ned despite some good shooting by severeal of thie Ieranug verter.s n?lr tie endc of ...

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STATE OF THE RIVERS. HEIGHT ABOVE SUMMER LEVEL. [BY TELEGRAPH.] Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 18 March 1890

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 18 March 1890

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BENJEROOP AND MURRABIT IRRIGATION AND WATER SUPPLY TRUST. SATURDAY, MARCH 15th, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 18 March 1890

BENJEROOP' AND MURRABIT'IR-! RIGA TION A'ND: WA TER SUPPLY TRUST. ',::.: [BY OURi: ow. .nWO.E REPORTERJ.]. .,ri SATURDAY, MARCH 15th, 1890..... Present-Cmrs. Lane, Roberts, nol BeInnett. .lstheabsence o of tie chairan, Omr. .Len ms voted to tihe chair. t . .. An allogy was receivel d from the secretary:(Mr. . Bensett) who was absent in Melbourne on trust business, and Mr. Matthew. Bennett was aplpinted acting secretary forthe moeeting. ,The minutes of the previous meeting were reld and coniirmed. " . ;. , Letters were receved frmmnr..T. ILM'Coll, ML-P stating that certain osats of monoey applied for by tile trust were avaiable.: Received. Omr. eannett moved, and Cmr. Roberts seemldel, tlhat a letter be eeitto Mr. MtColl conveying the thanks of:the cone missioncrs for the trouble he lnd taken inthel matter. Carried. . - ..... The seeretary's report, deolinowith rwutine matters w\s received. L": i:+ ·.·.!OeEgItAr OIESS.. - A statement from tihe enginteer shbwing the worka that were ne...

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SWAN HILL RACES. SWAN HILL, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 18 March 1890

SSWAN HILL RACES. BT ELECTRIC TELEGRAPI.). (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) SwAN HILL, Monday. ,,These races took place, to-day, the at. teindanci being large Ti?he results were as follows : S MAIDEN PLATE. MS1 WIVeBiib'sBrjo .Y:"^: .-. 1 - Mr Binn's Oscar ... ... 2 These were the only starters.. .. ,",ntRDDLE1 RACE. Kennezth hlada walk over.- SWAN HILL: HANDICAP..: Mr .C. MoMahon's Oaklahds'l M?r J.' Bradbury's'Ailsa `:... 2 This resimlted in good 'race, the ihorsese named being the only starters.'~ " I-' SELLING RACE. Mr W. Green's Goldfihder ... 1 Mr Pyo's Stella ... ... 2 The winner was sold for -20, and bought in by the owner. RAILWAY STAKES. Mr J. Bradblirj's Orphens ... 1 M* r Webb's Banjo ... . 2. 2 CONSOLATION STAKES. M*r PA. Binns' OsarEll " 2; *Mr P. Fenton's Ella 2

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KERANG FLOUR MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 18 March 1890

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KIRIASG FLOUR MILLS. Mr. Thos. Hall repoirtstl price of wheat as follows:-Fair milling to prime 2s 11d to 3s2- 2il.

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MELBOURNE MARKET REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 18 March 1890

MIELBOURNE MARKET REP'I)RTS. Messrs. Younghusband and Co., Ltd., re port for week ending Marich 11th, 1890 : Sheepskins- Biutrhers' green skins, superior, 5s Gd to Gs, a few extra at 7s; good, 4s Gd to 5s 3d; ordinary, 4s to 5s; pelts. 9d to 3s; lamb skins. 2s Gd to 3s Gd ; spring skins, Is 3d to as 3d ;; lamb pelts, is to 2s 3d; dry country skins, best, 5s to 5s6d; do. good,Is Gd to 4s d; ordinary. s 3d to 4s lamb skins, is Gd to s ;.in.bales, up to G~d, ordinary, 4ld " to 51d. Hides-Green ox hides, heavies, 25s to 50s ; ordinary, 12s to 18s Gd; light lls to 13s; green kips, 2.d ; green call, 5dto 54d; roun try salted hides, best, 2Od to 3d ; ordinary, 2zd to 2Od; kips, 2ad; calf, 5d ; Now Zealand. heavy up to 4d ;. ordinary, 24d to 3d. Furred skins.-Oppossum,.lst mountain 20s to 35s; 2nd, 8s to 15s; 3rd, Gs to 8s ; 1st ordinary, 5s to Gs; 2nd, 2s Gd to 4s 6.1 ; 3rd, is Gd to os. Kangaroo-Best. Is 9d to 2s 4d ; ordi nary, Is 3s to Is Gd. Wallaby, best, is 3d to is 9d; ordinary, 10d...

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GUNBOWER. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 18 March 1890

GUNBOWER. (iiixt oui Owit CORRE5PONDEN T. Some time since I observed an advertise ment in the TeaEs, calling for tenders for the repair of the water ti"st's direct chan. nel "across the '"Gunbower. Island, but I have not yet heard of the contract being lot. Perhaps the commissioners wisely consider that enough money has already been w'asted upon a work that has proved so costly to the trust and so disastrous in its effects to a large number of the rate payers in this portion of the shire and along the course of Box Creek and Pyra mid Creek. Several thousands of pounds' damage was last year inflicted upon the residents of these parts by the country being flooded, through the folly of letting in the Murray waters without having proper controlling works. If the commis sioners wish to do a good service to the people, they will give directions for the repair of the Gunbower dam, and have it -provided with a sufficient bye-wash, which can : be cheaply and effectively done at the northern ...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND TEMPERANCE SOCIETY [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 18 March 1890

CHURCH OF ENGLAND [TEMAPER' - ANCX SOCIF: CE.:TY: ro On Sunday e i5-iifW?a'&st `thiyev..E. H. Scott preached a special sermon in connection with the above society. He took foihitJ t Cor is.25 After reading an encyclical letter from the Bishop of .Melbourne the:pr:each'er~ said :-If to-night I depart fron' myusual course, and deliver an address.onut social topic, I have for it the' liglidsi aEuthority in our clhurch.?The subieat is not one of my own chbilbi 'i' s"ihr'fist upon me. Simple.and familiar as.this topic, appears, to me it i's ioni"ih'rbriidet'liuy -difficulties. It is easy to rant on Temperance ; to speak upon it prudently and effectively -is. difficult inlith 'oetriiumn Reeasonable as it may seem for me to, speak-to you about. ,this'subjcct--iioe of'the primaryl; halire. teristics of the Christian life-it is oa'e I dread to touch. It is a matter that comes, home in some shape to everyone. It iiaterferes!-v'with' individual liberty. It rushes fill tilt at the livel...

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RUST IN WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 18 March 1890

RUST IN WHEAT. The conference of intercolonial delegates summoned by the Minister of Lands to consider the rust in' whest estr ; held' its second sitting at the Treasury buildings on Tuesday. Mr. J. L. Dow,: ML.A., Minis ter of Lands, presided. o Tli presilent asked the committee ap pointed at the last sitting to present their report/ " . ; Mr. A. N. Pearson, the secretary of the committee, said that they had drawn up an approximate ,statementi of tlhe losses sustained by the different colonies from the rust pest during the past harvest. .The 'figurs were as' folloiws :--SoUth Australia; £1,500,000; Victoria, C£750,000; New South iWales, £100,000; Queensland, .£20,000. They recommended that a popular description of the rust pest should be printed and circulated2 in order thlat agriculturists might be able to trace the fungus in its various stages and apply pro ventatives in an intelligent manner. They hadl drawn up a reportcontaining-firstly, a list of. measures which experiencehad ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 18 March 1890

toWir REm? N DEAF-It you have failee A be cared elsewhere, write or apply, to. th. Tural Clinic, 145 Collins-street, Melbourne heir new, scientific, entirely successful and Painless Electro-Medication 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. A -YT.) -Ifii ':8A.Tf': K i NOTICES. : ," TANTED Fencers, Swan Hill Railway . ? Works. Good Wages. Apply Kerang or Swan Hill. : :MUNRO and CO., Ltd., 566 Contractors. ;For Sale or To Let; W HEAT for sale, suitable for pigs or - fowls' feed, 10s., 7s. 6d., and 4s. Gd. per bag. Samples can be seen at this office, or at Salan Brothers,; Murrabit. 604 3 TONS of Hay Chaff for-sale. Apply 3J1 Hall Bros., Koroop:. -.: .594 ; - . Tenders. SHIRE OF' SWAN- HILL. NOTICE. Tenders ill he received at : the Shire Hall, Kerang, up to Monday next...

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COLLISION NARROWLY AVERTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 18 March 1890

COLLISIONNARROWLY A VERTED. A narrow escape from a collision between two trains occurred at the Eagleliaivk sta tion on Tuesday evening last, but the par ticulars only reached the Railway Comn missioners on Thursday. While the 8.88 p.m. mixed train from Korong Vale was standing at the platform of the Eaglehawk station itis alleged that the 6 p.m. down train from Sandhurst to Kerang came dashing into the station, the driver having disregarded the distance and home danger signals, and it drew up within a few feet of the Korong Vale train. The driver of the latter train, as soon as he perceived the Sandhurit train coming into the station on the same line, turned on steam and set back his'train to avert a collision. Further enquiries will be made by the officers of the department. Further par ticulars show that the driver of the Korong Vale train seeing the danger "set back," but Driver Hindson, who had charge of the Kerang train, pulled up in plenty of time to avert any danger of colli...

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Kerang Times. Published Tuesdays and Fridays, WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. TUESDAY, MARCH 18, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 18 March 1890

Published' Tuesdays and :Fiidays, Swrsriu WEEKLY. SUPPLEMENT.; FoUvTrn PAGs.--In the present issue the Government and a number of auctioneers' advertisoments appear on the fourth page. ..ArLY DEPARTURE OF MR. G. RUTsRFOD.- iThe nmirfi oueius . friends of Mr. G. Rutherford,. who for upwards of five years has occupied the respon. sible:positiqn.of. manager of the local. branch of the Bank of Victoria, will be sorry to learn that he is shortly to be ieinoved fhoin their midst; the directors iavimi reconnided his iunidoiilted busil; ness ability, and energy by giving him a well-earned promotion. Mr. RuTher ford's destination has not `yet trans pired, but his friends, whileregreteting his departure, will be pleased toknow that his merits have been duly appre ciated in the proper quarter, and he will:lebve .~vith their hearty wishes fdr his future prosperity and advanicement. Msr. Rutherford, apart from his official capacity, in which he has been equally atteritive to the interests :of th...

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KERANG EAST IRRIGATION AND WATER SUPPLY TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 18 March 1890

'KERANG EAST IRRIGATION AND WATER SUPPLY TRUST. A meeting of the above trust was held at the office, Kerang, on Wednesday, last. There" were present - Cmrs.': Holloway (chairian), Kerr, Peacock, Thorne and Best.. : .ut SThe minutesof the previous meetirin were read and confirimed. ". * COnnRESPONDENCE.' works done in connection with the forma tioriof the trust, and stating that hlielia taken a lot of trouble to try and secure 'a better water right for them. The secretary stated that at the last meeting heldan amount of £ -1-10s. had been :passed to 'Mr. Starr as payment for this work, that being the amount'- agreed upon' by: the chairmaln. Mr. Starr's letter was de livered on the evening of the same day, so that he had held the cheque back for further instruciions.: -After some discus. sion0, Cmir. Kerr ?ioved that only the amount agreed upon be paid to Mr. Starr. Seconded by" Cmr. Best. Mr. Starr, who was present, said he would not like to go against any. agreement that l hd been m...

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COMPLIMENTARY BANQUET TO MR. J. R. DOUGLAS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 18 March 1890

COMPLIMENTARY BANQUET TO ; 'MR. J. R. DOUGLAS.? On Thursday evening last between 40 and 50 gentlemenmet together at Maorna " to bid to Mr.: 3I?'' Don-las, of i TIragowol, who "has :retiro!]d- from -activev ~puE'itsi'iid taken'up-his-: residence=et: 1 When it became inovnthat Mr.Doug. iUifitenided torleave. the district,, it -was. thought fitting by the residents that some eteps should be taken to mark the este'eio in which he was universally held, both as a' public man and a private individual.; Mr. Jno. M'Ivor, J.P., of Macornn, took the matter ii'iliiad;iand ,itlwasTdecided .that a complimentary lianquet and a testi. ionibdilshbould be tendered to Mr. Douglas. Subscriptionas crne ~in iadiliy) and- the tickets were quickly disposed of. The catering was placed in the hands of the` genial host of. the I adoirna ?Hotel,~ )Mri Geo. Welch, and all who assembled at the bariquet were loud in their praises of the manner in .wvhicl; thed" bbda thiigs' were i3laced on the tableo. :- In fiiat...

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LATEST CABLEGRAMS. THE VICTORIAN LOAN. THE UNIVERSITY BOAT RACE. THE GERMANS IN EAST AFRICA. FRANCE AND DAHOMEY. THREATENED STRIKE OF COLLIERS. THE MORFA COLLIERY EXPLOSION. FRANCE AND GERMANY. RECENT RIOTING IN THE TRANSVAAL. FLOODS IN AMERICA. POLITICAL CRISIS IN FRANCE. ENGLAND AND PORTUGAL. LONDON, March 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 18 March 1890

LATEST - CABLEGRA MS. --THE'VICTOMIAN LOAN. TEE UNIVERSITY BOAT 11ACE. THE GERMANS IN EAST AFRICA. FRANCE AND DAHOMEY. THREATENED STiIKE OF COLL ERS.; THE MOR1FA COLLIERY EXPLOSION. . * FRANCE AND GERMAN Y.' RECENT IRIOTING IN THE TRAiNSVAAL. -..: F LOODS IN' AMEBICA .. POLITICAL CRISIS IN FRANCE. ENGLAND AND PORTUGAL. (rai A GUS AND AGE CORRESPONDENTS.) LoNDON, March 12. The idea of immediately placing any portion of the proposed' Victorian loan on the London market lias been abandonedi and its floating will be deferred for the present. It is expected that the Queens. land loan will be offered very shortly. The betting is 5 to 4 on Oxford for the fotthcoming University boat race. The .contetplated ,expedition against the Arabs byiljor Wissmann, the 'Ger .e ma- co,nsaonaor inEaPst Aferion, has boon undertaken earlier thanWivas announced. An encounter 'has takeni?place between the German troops and the forces of the Arab chief Bwanaheri,'bnding in the comn plete rout of tlie latter. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 18 March 1890

' Auctionb Notices. LAND FOR SALE. :(FRIDAY, 21st M3ARCH, 1890. EMWIN S. MAXWELL, - AUCTIONEER, KERANG. TH AS been favored with instructions from _ ' Mr:John MSIEcnzie, of Pyramid Creek, to sell at his rooms by Public Auction, All his freehold estate on the Pyramid Creek, being allotments 16 and 17, parish of Gannawarra, and contain ing 320 acres, more or less. The auctioneer, in drawing attention to this sale, desires to point out that this pro perty was a portion of Mr. A. Cormack's estate,and, as it was taken up at a time when land.:was plentiful, is one of the choicest farms' in the district. The Cohana Trust drains intercept the property, and it has an extensive frontage to the Pyramid Creek. Terms, liberal. at-sale. E.. .'S MAXWELL, AUCTIONEER, &c., 588 "Nolan-street, Kerang. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 26. Important Clearing Sale of Horses, Sheep, Cattle, Farminig' Implements, Household Furniture and Sundries. J:.WATSON AND CO., " AVE received instructions from Frede Srick Cunni...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 18 March 1890

Trade Addresses. E. S. :MAXWELL, AUCTIONEER, VALUER, INSURANCE &.GENERAL COMMIS 'SION AGENT, ;: NOL.ANoSTREET, KERANG. SALES conducted when required, Valun : tions:made,Loans negotiated of trust and other monies'and through building societies. Farms, louses, and Allotments for sale or to let. Furniture, Implements, Machinery, Buggies,'Carts, Drays, Waggons, Harness, Tools, Dairy-Produce, and Goods and Chattels ofall kinds sold by auction or privately at the auction room or on the premises. KERANG FRUIT" SHOP, :i FITZROY STREET H.' LARSEN EGS to inform his numerous customers _ . of Kerang and surrounding district tha" he is offering a greater convenience by opening a FRUIT AND VEGETABLE SHOP at the above address, where he is prepared to -supply Fresh Fruit and Vegetables daily. and trusts to receive a fair share of public ~-Oag H. LARSEN. T HE.FRESH FOOD AND FROZEN " STORAGE CO., Limited. Head office -628 Bourke-street, Melbourne. Capital £150,000, in 150,000 shares of £1 eac...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 18 March 1890

SKERANG AND KOONDROOK TRAM .. . WAY. SUNDAY EXCURSIONS. N excrsion-Trainm will be an on Sun ;.lA'J day, the 30th March, and every Salternate Sunday, leaving Kersng at2 o'clock and Koondrook',on the return journey,at5.30 f.m., ERturn JarPs,,8s; children under 15,: 1s16d. (By order),' ,4 06: D. G. BATTRAY, Manager. Special Adertiserenres. EiDICAL. DR T. M. AUSTIN, PUBLIC: , VACCINATOR;i': ; AY be consulted Daily at his Surgery I " Hawthorne's Buildilgs, VICTORIIA STREET, KERANG. Vacination susipenidedatill the' month: of March. Medicinos dispensed personally. Lodge patients' consulting hours; 8 to 10 a.m; and 8 to 8 p.m. DR: Hi RY STOKER ;' L.RIC.S.T., L.K.Q.C.'.I., L.M. Rotunda Lyink-in-ITospital, and of King's" and Qucen's College Physicians, Ireland. TTAS'commenced the practice of his Pro fession in Kerang, anil may be coi-: sulted at his residence, Victoria Street: Hours-Mdrning, 9 to 11 .afternoon; 1.30 to 3.30 ; evening, 7 to 8. May also be seen at Wclch's lIIotel,Macorna, Tuesd...

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NORTH-WESTERN MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 21 March 1890

NORTH-WESTERN }MUNICIPAL A 0SSOCIA TION. Tbehalf-yearly conference of the North Western Municipal Association of =Victoria was held on Tuesday at the Melbournie' Town-hall. Mr. John M'Donald (president of the Lowan Shire) ociiead the chair There were; present -Crs. .Fletcher (presi dent), M'Arthliur;and Phillips, St. Arnaud Shire; Cr. Carroll (president), and Mr. Pediberto.i;. (sedreotrj)1:'Wionmera' Shire ; Cr. Dunstan, Kara Kara Shire , Cr. Glen (president), Marong Shire ; Cr. M'Clure (president) and Mr: Warne (secretary); Ara piles Shire; Cr. "Jelbert, Lowan, Shire'; Cr.:. Wills, ,Dimboola Shire.; Cr. Coutts, M.L.C. (president), East Loddon Shire ; Cr., Patchell, Swan Hill Shire; Cr. Kelly (presi dent), Gordon Shire; Cr. Habel (president) Dunmunkle Shire. ' : SAFETY MIATCIHES. " Cr. Coutts moved--" That the Government be asked to place a duty of 2s. per dozen on all non-safety matches." He said that the wax matchles at present in use we're a source of great danger in the country ...

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