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STATE OF THE RIVERS. HEIGHT ABOVE SUMMER LEVEL. [BY TELEGRAPH.] Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 21 March 1890

STATE OF THE RIVERS.,. HEIaIIT AllOY? SUMMER Lzx .. , DY TELEGRAPH.]`.I : " f . ?uui Thursday. fe·in. - -~l HURRrY. ·' ft : Itin. Albury 1. 0 Rclmhca ' - -A. 21 8 Swan HUll .. 8 0 Eustoa . .. 2 6 " .OULDUII - Seymour ! i.;.'" .. Sunmmer level.. %Vagg ... ::.. 1. No report. Wentworth ..... 8 6 ,"ilcannia ,28 121

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
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MARQUIS HILL IRRIGATION AND WATER SUPPLY TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 21 March 1890

MARQUIS HILLt IRRIGA TION AND WATER. SUPPLY TRUST. A meeting of the above trust was, help at theo -office on Monday last.: There were] present-Cmrs. Hawthorne, Taver ner, Hannah and Baird. Cmr. Hawthorne was voted to the chair. ' The inintites'df the. previous meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. .- FromoWater Supply.. department, :re._ turning accounts for chairman's allow. ance and secretary's salary, stating ?that the increase to the latter should be noti. fied'bytho chairman. "-Received. From same, approving the letting of contracts Nos. 1 to 6.' Receied. From Shire Council, granting permis. sion to use roads for' channelling and bridge purposes on usual conditions. Received. Fronm Trust Engineer, forwardimngplans. Received. 1 Cms. Davey and Turnier hereo took their seats]. Cmr. Hannah moved that tenders be accepted at that meeting for channelling only, as the plans for bridges' had° not been received from tlie engineer. in suffi cient time to allow somen intending t...

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SAN[?]HURST MASONIC ART UNION. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 21 March 1890

SANnonsrT MASONIO AnT UNION.-Only a few tickets remain on hand, application for which should be made at the TIMES office at once.

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THE RIGHT TO THE MURRAY WATERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 21 March 1890

THE RIGHT:TO THE MURRAY WATERS. She 'Premier has received the following letter from Sir Henry Parkes with refer. nces to the intercolonial rights to the MIurray River, :-? Sir,-Having refer.. enco to 'communications!: which' have taken place between the Governments of New South Wales and Victoria in re. upect to the Murray River and its trade and navigation,. I have: the honor to inform yeu that Mr. H. G. M'Kinneyhas. been appointed commissioner in charge of the interests of New South Wales in thatriver andit tributaries. Hitherto the. interest of.this colony on the Murray have been admittedly neglected, adid it has booen deemed expedient to introdutce a system of more active administration throughout that portion ot our territory. The officer in charge, will be instructed to scrupulously observe the rights of the colony of Victoria, and to employ the beet endeavors" for the conservation' of the waters and the uimprovement of the navigation of the. Murray ; 'and it will be obligator...

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PINE HILLS IRRIGATION AND WATER SUPPLY TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 21 March 1890

PINE HILLS IRRIGA TION :AND WATER SUPPLY TRUST. (nB ona OWN REPORTER.) The ordinary monthly meeting of the above trust was held at the residence of the chairman, Lower Loddon, on Wed. nesday last. Present-Cmrs. Ferguson (ohairman), Cadusch, Meharry and Mor rison'::, ? I , . The minites f the 'previons meeting, as read, were confirmed, on the motion of Cmr. Cadusch, seconded .by Cmr. Me harry. - coaRESPONDENCE. From Hodrson and Smith, trust engi neers, stating that Mr. H. A. Orr had been taken into partnership, and. asking that he might be permitted to' represent the firm at any meetings which ,Mr. Hodgson might be . unable' to attend; further stating that Mr.' Orr was tho roughly conversant with the general works ing of Irrigation Trusts, as he had made all the drawings for the Pine Hills Trust he could be relied ?pon to give every satisfaction. rlRceived. ?From Water Supply department, re turning certain alterations and amend ments made in the' regulations framed for the guidance o...

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APPROACHING SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 21 March 1890

APPROACHING SALES. Particu!ars of the following sales appear; elsewhere:-- . By Yeo, Taverner and Co., Ltd.-This day, at their bazaar, household furniture, etu., By E. S. Maxlsell.-This day, at his rooms;a, Nolan-street, 320 acres of land iLn Pyramidt Creek, and sundries. . By J. Watson and Co.\Vednesday, 26th March, immense clearing 'sale on farm two miles from Prairie railway station. By L. Macpherson, Sternberg and Co. Thursday, 27tr. March, immense clearing sale at Glenrose, near Macorna. By J. G. Stewart.-Friday, 28th March, sale of 'srock, dairy utensils, etc., at Dalton's farm, Wee Wee lRap. BIy T. Morrow and Co.-Thursday, .3rd . April, at Charltori, important sale' of farm ; and township land.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 21 March 1890

- Wan ? Re.n DEAF--If you have failee to be cored elsewhere, write or apply to th. Aural Clinic, 145 Collins-street, Melbourne Their new, sciei'tific, entirely successful and painless Elcctro-Medication treatment com. pletely cures Deafness, Noises in the Head, discharges, etc., no matter of how long standling. Ear drums no longer necessary. Advice and descriptive pamphlet free. N.B. -All our appliances and remedies are patented throughout ,the civilised world. ADnv.) Wanted. T?TANTED handy Man to assist carpe. tois at goods sheds; Mystic Park. Apply at this office, or G. Flood, at the works. 714 NOTICES. TWANTED Fencers Swan :Hill Railway Works. Good WVages. Apply Ken ng or Swan Hill. : - MUNRO and CO;, Ltd., 566 . :... .:. , Contractors.: Notices.2 .'-, .A;;'. G ARDENS doiriip at shorthat notice. Apply G. YORK, Kerang P.O. 706 MARQUIS HILL IRRIGATION - & WATER SUPPLY TRUST. A?PPLICATIONS ar invited for the posi tion of Clerk of Works for the above Trust, and will be receiv...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 21 March 1890

Trade''Addriesses. JQH'N M'IKAY IMPORTERS, PYRA.MID: HILL, EG )resp?ctfully to notify to their nunle B rous customers that, having a large shipment, of %WINTER. G OO)S to. arrive direct froin the old country early in March, they have decided to offer their remaining STOCK OF -DRAPERY at exceptionally low prices, which cannot fail to please all. Prints, a large variety, from 3s lld dozen worth 5si -.t /.' . Sateens, all colors, Galateas, Muslins, etc., from 5s 11ld. A?job line of Dress Beige at 4s 6d dozen, usual price ls id." ' Black Cashmeres; double width, from Is 3d. Shirtings, Flannels, Calicoes, Sheetings, Tarpitilin, Ciiiias; Hessians, Carpets, etc.; a large assortment offercl,to meet the times,at trade-prices: , Our Fancy Department in Ribbons, Laces, Gloves,Frillings, Jerseys, Silk IHandkerchiefs, Collars and: Cuffs, Ladies' Belts, Perfumery, Soaps, etc., is now fully stocked, and marked at town:prices. . First-elass; Dressmakers and Milliners al ways on the premises, to who...

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THE MAIL CONTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 21 March 1890

THE MAIL -CONTRACTS. The following tenders, amongst others, have been accepted by the Postmaster. General, for the conveyance of mails for the triennial period commencing on the 1st July next and terminating on the 30th June, 1893 Kerang and Koondrook.- Tramway Committee, £175. Kerang and Boort.-J. Lange and H. Lange, £125. Lake Charm and Benjeroop.-J. W. 'PAlister, £30. Pyramid Hill and Durham Ox.--N. Walshe, £19. .. Yarrawalla andYarrawalls State School. --J. Marfleet, £25.'':: Durham Ox and --Boort.-J. Sinclair, £87.. 10s. Mincha Railway Station. and Minche East.-D. Herrick, £48 10... Mincha Railway Stiation and Mlincha South State School.-H. Bett, £24. " Inglewondand Kinypaniel.-P.i Anglem, £100. . ... x-;r-- ? Post office owl railWay station;, Wedder burn.-G. Mforceroft, £82. Weddorburn and Woosang.-W._ Ltts, £50. Korong Vale and Kinypaniel Sjuth.--T. Hamilton, £25 15s. 8d. Post office and railway station, Boort. -W. Gannon, £25. . Wychitella railway station and Wychi tolla pos...

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LATEST CABLEGRAMS. A STRANGE EPIDEMIC. THE COLLIERY STRIKE IN ENGLAND. POLITICAL CRISIS IN FRANCE. THE SITUATION IN EUROPE. THE PARNELL COMMISSION. INTERNATIONAL LABOR CONFERENCE. THE DUKE OF ORLEANS. THE ENGLISH WHEAT CROP. LABOR TROUBLES IN ENGLAND. RESIGNATION OF PRINCE BISMARCK. THE DEFAULTING CLERK, ALLPRESS. LONDON, March 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 21 March 1890

LAlTEST . GCABLEGRAMS. _..:A STRANGE EPIDEMIC. THE COLLIERY STRIKE IN ENG. LAND. POLITICAL CRISIS. IN FRANCE:? THE SITUATION IN EUROPE. THE:PARNELL COMMISSION. INTERNATIONAL LABOR CON FEIIENCE. THEB DUKE OF-ORLEANS. THE ENGLISH WHEAT CROP. LABOR TROUBLES IN ENGLAND. RESIGNATION OF PRINCE HIS MAROK. THE DEFAULTING CLERK,ALLPRESS. ("aoN AROus AND AGE CORRESPONDENTS.) LoNDON, March 15. A singular epidemic -has broken out in Northern Italy, where it appears as a kind of scqgiialto the'' Russian influenza, its victims so far being those who have suffered from an attack of the latter com plaint. The sufferers from this new malady are .thrown :into, a death-like trance, in which they: remain for soveral di-ys. :No deaths hav5'sdi o ifor resulted from it. The colliery proprietors in the Bristol district'and those in portions of Warwick, Nottinghamshire, Lancashire and York shire, have decided uponi conceding the demands of the men for a 10' per cent. increase of wages. This concession will ...

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HE IS COMING. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 21 March 1890

IlE IS COMING.. ? ! ladies beware, and a fortune you'll share, For the lion of Bendigo's coming your way. You will know him; lihe'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; lie 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 our accounts.-M-ousmo and Co., View Point, Sandhurst. ? ....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 21 March 1890

Trade Addresses. E. S. MA X W'EI, Li AUCTIONEER, VALUER, INSURANCE & GENERAL COMMIS SION AGENT, NOLAX-STREET, KERANG. SALES conducted whed required, Valua tions made,Losnsnegotiated of trust atnd other monies and through building societies. Farms, Houses, and Allotments for sale or to let. Furniture, Implements, Machinery, Buggies` Cartis, Drays; Waggons, Harness, 1 Tools, Dairy Produce, and Goods and Chattels of all kinds sold by auction or privately at the auction room or on the premises. KERANG FRUIT SHOP, FITZROY STREET (three doors from Mechanics' Institute). H. LARSEN B EGS to inform his numerous customers of Kerang and surrounding district that he is offering a greater convenienca by opening a FRUIT AND VEGETABLE SHOP at the: above address, where he is prepared to supply Fresh Fruit and Vegetables daily, and.frusts to receive a fair share of. public patronage. 570 IH. LARSEN. THE FRESH FOOD AND FROZEN STORAGE CO., Limited. i?and office -628 Bourke-street, Melbourne. C...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 21 March 1890

Tradeo ddresses. THE I. iWO(.LISALE: CLOTH ING CO. Str~et o, yo- ? h.' j> l .I. PLP TWEEDS -COATINGS TWEEDS ., ;COATINGS T WEEDS COATINGS .I.: TWEEDS . COATINGS. BLUE and .:iFANOY SERGES. BLUE and-..FANOY-- SERGES. BIUE ilaind FANOY\ ,SERGES. B1ue and-Fncy Serges AND, - ?-;ENORMOUd . STOCK ',OUR. OWN DIMPORTTNG. I:.,.J€':4 ,:: ", • ' ".. . .- .- . T, HE 'ssortment of SPRING - ar.d '-- SUMMIER: GOODS is boyorid doubt 'the best ever aeon in the colonies.? - As uua.we have a large staff of the. " Best u tters & Workmen Z; 'IN; VICTOI&A. A . WOOL TWEED ,.TROUSERS (-*(o order), 12e Gd. ALG _WOOL TWEED SUITS (So . order), 46s. WRI:. TE FOR SAMPLES. Our Traveller-Visits the: District every Two Montihs: .'i':"J T: MIDDLETON; Genferal .lnnager. ' EASY: WALKIN:e 1Itt OT& ShiOE SH, P. .W3B INGTON -STIREET, KERANG. W. D?D A_ ...V I 1N Thbnilng the Pnblic' of Kerang and anrrou-ndifigdistriets:for past favours, begato notify' that hi has just received a first-class asso...

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Kerang Times. Published Tuesdays and Fridays, WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. FRIDAY, MARCH 21, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 21 March 1890

Published Tuesdays and Fridays, wrruI WEEKLY SUPPLEcMENT. FRIDA Y, ;IARCTH 21, 1890. MAcAULAY tells us in Tie TcIIpenuco" one of his best-known [Mvcielnt. essays that the British public, in its periodical fits of morality, presents a spectacle which is ridicu lous. Modified to some extent, the remark is equally applicable to the Australian people. Like our kinsmen at home, we tolerate with perfect equanin'ty for years the existence and prevalence of vicious habits, manners and customs, and suddenly waking to a sense of their enormity, rush. to ex cesses in our endeavors to suppress them. Just now, and for some' time past, a vigorous crusade has been car ried on, in words, if not in deeds, against drunkenness. The success of the movement has scarcely been com mensurate with the noise it has made. That drunkenness is a vice of the most pernicious character every one allows, whether hlie be total abstainer, mode rate drinker, or even, in his sober moments, the habitual drunkard. But ho...

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PROBATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 21 March 1890

PROBATE - There was lodged on Tues- day (writes the Bendigo Advertiser corres- pondent) for probate in the Master-in Equity's office, the will of the late Joseph Peter Hall, farmer, of Kerang, who died 11th December, 1889. By a will dated 30th November, 1889, testator appointed his wife, Jane White Marston Hall, and Wm Arnold, junior, of Kyneton, leather mer- chant, his executors and trustees, and everything is left to testator's wife, under the condition that his brother, George Walter Hall, is to have the privilege of purchasing the properties standing in testator's name - viz., his own selection, consisting of 320 acres at Gannawarra, and the land known as Cornish's block at Gannawarra, also containing 320 acres. The price to be paid is the clearance of all debts, and £700 to be paid to the estate in equal instahnents at two, three and six years' date with interest. The estate is also to receive testator's share of the profit arising from 2,100 sheep then on their way to market. ...

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THE TEMPERANCE QUESTION. [TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERANG TIMES.] [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 25 March 1890

STAIE TEMPERANCE QUESTION.` S[To Tir EDroR oF ToE IEItANIO TI1ES.J Slt,-lermnito me thle oloportnity of offering a few remrks onl the remarkoble sernlono lroltcbed by the Hen. I. I. Scott, anit published Ill vour issue of Tnes I.ly, tile 1th Inst. Tile frnlits ?f such o Idiscourse I trust will be a1:n, cn1 thaIt Mr. Scott will not con sider his work done when ihis eernloell, is elel, hbut ithlt he will gather nalny reonl Ilinoland tlakeo tile cause earnestly ill lhnd. It is evidene of the fact tlhat the Churclruef :lglantl of the colnyis ant last waking pl, to its dlty in this mnatter; and it lenves those wlho, from whilever cuse, are non-absniolers fromn iutoxintlng liquors nuo excuse fromn joining tlhe agiatoln aganinst thle lqhlor tr.li;c ;nod gives theta an oplllrtunlity fl ding their best to Iprevent, by lprecelt and exannille,llll every forn, of loira snuasioln, by lectulre, sernlon al nocial gatlherings, the spread, and to limit thle are.l, of tile use of intoxiantis. Mr. ISc...

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NORTH-WESTERN MUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 25 March 1890

NORTH WESTERN!cMUNICIPAL ASSOCIATION. t A deputation from the North-Western Municipal A.vsociation last week waited upon the Premier (introduced by Mr. Madden, M.L.A.), and submitted the following resolu: tion passed by the association at its confer ence : " That, owingto6 the:.searcity of suitable farm laborers and household servants, the present is an opportune time to urge the Governmenitto.initiate somenischeme fore the introduction iitoethis colony tf:a stre'am of that class of labor." Mr. Gillies, in reply, said ,thatvlfaat) ;iae called the servants' question was surrounded with difficulties. There was.no doubt that young girls thought they could 'get pleasant places in some of the manufactories in town, where they had tlieir evenings to themselves and were paid good wages, and, naturhlly, they preferred this to goinsg out to service. fie had often heard of late that there was a disposition on the part of the parents to view with contempt the sending of girls to service and pr...

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HE IS COMING. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 25 March 1890

IHE.IS COMING. Ladies beware and 'a fortune you'll share, For the lion of-Bendigo's comirng1your,way. Yiu 'will know him; he's fair and drives a brown mare,; And gives a big discount to allhwho' cash pay. In goods that are honest and-lines thatlare -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 chean houses; From the head to the foot, a good -hat or.a boot; ' - Heexcels, 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 our accounts.--Masrzsoa nd Co., View Point, Sadidhurst. :

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KERANG DISTRICT AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 25 March 1890

KERANG DISTRICT AGRICUL TURAL SOCIETY. A meeting of the conmittee ýof tie above society was held at the Msechanics' Institute on Friday last, when there were present Messrs. J. Cullen, vice-president (in the chair), C. J. Bioscomb., T. L. Murphy, P. O'Donnell, J. Coleman, A. M'[ntosh, A. D. Bell, G. Jones, W. J. Davey, and G. Adams, secretary. From Messrs. J. A. Middleton and D. Mor risoni, joint secretaries of the U.A.O.D. and A,N.A. sports, applying for use of Show Grounds on Saturday, 24th .May. Attended to by secretary and granted on usual con ditions. . From secretary Mount Wycheproof Society, stating, by directiosi, that Messrs Smith and Warner, of Dean, and .their entire, " Clydes dale Hero," had been disqualified from again exhibiting at the. society's show ; alleging that they had forfeited the confidence of the society, as the latter offered £55 for best draught entire to stand in the district for the season, and the proprietors, on being asked if they would comply with' t...

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THE IRRIGATION CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 25 March 1890

THE 'IRRIGATION CONFERENCE. The conference whieh has been convened by Mr. Deakin as Minister of Water Supply for the discussion of matters in connection with the snbject of irrigation will commence its sittings to-day at Melbourne. The meet ing promises to be of an important character,. upwards of 70 gentlemen having arranged to be present, a large proportion of whom have promisol to contribute papers. The pro ceedings are, therefore; likely to extend over several days.' A syllabus has been arranged as follows: ! :.Inaugural address by Mr. Deakin, the president. Class 1.-Mode of, Preparing Land for Irrigation=-Papers under this heading will be read by Mr. J. West, Mr. WV.J. W. Patchell, ,Mr. C. E. Albrecht, C.E., Mr., V. Farrell, 'Mr. W. S. Murray, C.E., and Mr: J. D Derry, C.E. Class 2.-Modes of Irrigation-Papers will be road as follows;-" Irrigation of Alluvial River Flats," Mr. T: G. Pearee ; " Irrigation from Springs," Mr. G.' Hunt; " Irrigation from Wells,"' Mr. G. Mussen; ?"Ir...

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