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STATE OF THE RIVERS. HEIGHT ABOVE SUMMER LEVEL. [BY TELEGRAPH.] Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 25 March 1890

'STATE OF THE RIVERS: - !HEIGHT ABOVR SUMMRIt EYLVL. - [BY TELEGRAPH.] Thursday. Musnr ~ it. i?? f. Albury .. 1 :1 Sivan Hill 3' ; 0 Eustoi * 2 5 " OULBU" . Snymour . 0 Wagg " 3 8 aralmnald 1 10 3lenindie 23- 3 Wentworth .. :. .. "-8 3 WVilcannin .. .. 28 8

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LATEST CABLEGRAMS. THE RESIGNATION OF PRINCE BISMARCK. LABOR TROUBLES IN ENGLAND. ENGLAND AND PORTUGAL. TRAGEDY IN RUSSIA. THE NEW GERMAN MINISTRY. LONDON, March 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 25 March 1890

LA.TEST: CABLEGRAMS. THE RESIGNATION 'OF PRINCE IBIS M IARCE:: J LABOR TROUBLIS IN ENGLAND. - ENGLAND AND PORTUGAL. TRAGEDY IN RUSSIA. ? .THE -NEW GERMAN MINISTItY.; (FROII ARGUS AND AGE CORRESPONDENTS,) . LONDON,, Marchl18. iThe Times, , in an article on the retire ment of Prince Bismarek, announces tlihe fact of a disagreement having occurred batween the Imperial Chalihcellor and the .:.Emperor William, and states that the ,Duke of Saxe-Coburg proffered his media. tion, and endeavored to bring about a reconciliation between the two, but in vain. The l'spute.between the-Emperor and Prince Bismnarck is reported to have had reference .to the appointment of Goverriment inspectors of factories. In consequence, of the retirement of the '.Chancellor, his son, Count Herbert Bis smarck, who hohls the oflices of Minister of State and Imperial Secretary for Foreign Affairs, also tendered- his resig nation to the Emperor. This, however. His Majesty refuised to accept. Herr Von Boetticher, Sec...

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
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APPROACHING SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 25 March 1890

APPROACHING SALES. ! Particu!ars of the following sales, appear elsewhere:- i By J. Watson and Co.-Wednesday, 20th ,March, immense clearing sale on farm two miles from Prairie railwaystation. April 5th, at Pyramid, 970 acres land. By L. Macpherson, Sternberg and Co. Thursday, 27t. March, immense clearing sale at Glenrose, near M[acorna. By J. G. Stewart.-Friday, 28th M?reh, sale of srock, dairy utensils, etc., at Dalton's farm, Wee Wee Rup. By T. Morrow and Co.-Thursday, 3rd April, at Charlton, important sale of farm and township land.

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 25 March 1890

CORRESPO'NDENCE. [Communlcetios h inotelded for in-ortloo int etere cooloun'lotlnd be nldreooel to the Editor. .Thele name anl oadlress of the writer mnut be added, itt nee?.sarily for publication, but na a gsarnntee of good faith. While we.ore at all tihne glad to re eeil o nod. publish eorreosponoecee. allowlog an nlmont of latltldh colo??otelt with tho rules or joaeoohlaor o we ldo not rhedt o0et.a] a " lheto for ny olpilonos expresed.)

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 25 March 1890

C'R IKE T For the Kerang C.o. Challengo Cup two matches were played at Kerang on Satur day, viz., Keran, v. Tragowol, and Gor dons v. Swan Hill. ¶ T'ho following aro the scores: : GORDONS V. SWAN HILL. GoRnoNS.-First Innings. M. Wood, l.b.w., b Neilson ... 16 W. Crane, b Roha : . 25 C. Vallance, bnRohan .:. 19 T. Wood, b Neilson .. 0 W. Guy. b Gould . .. 9 1M. Vallance, b Rohan . .. .. 0 T. Guy, not out . .:. : .. 29 W. Walker, b Rohan .. .. 2 G. Jobling, b Rohan . .. . 0 Maxwell, e Rohini b Wilkins . .. 12 A. Mann, b Wilkins ... .. 3 Sundries .- .. - . .. 4 Total -.. .. .. .. 119 SwAz HILL.-First Innings. G. Bruton. b T. Guy . . . . ..: 22 W. Everinglham, b T. Guy .. . 17 T. Wilkins, b Mann .. . 5 .1. M'Donald, b Maxwell.. '.. .. 13 J. Neilson, b T. Guy .. .. .. 1 W. Gould, b T. Guy .. .. .. 0 W\. Bruton, l.b.w., b Mann .. .. 7 'P. Rohan, b T. Guy .. .. 0 G. Pettigrew, not out .. .. .. 0 Thompson, b Mann . 0 White, b Mann ... .. i:-.. 4 Sundries .. .. .. .. 1 Total .. .. ....70 Maj...

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KERANG FLOUR MILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 25 March 1890

COMMERCIA L INTELLIGENCE. kEBANG FL.OURl.MILL. Mr.I:Tos. Hall reports the price of wheat as follows:--Fair milling to prime 2s lld i i to 3s 2d. C SMELBOURNE MARKET REP')RT. Messrs. Dalgety and Co.. Ltd., report for week ending 19th March, 1890 :-Sheepslkins --Te quote :-Butchers' green pelts. 2s "id to 4s Gd; do. lambskins, 2s 3d to 's 3l ; do. lamb pelts, is to is 8d each ; dry sklins, (s od each ; do., in bales and P bundles-merinos, 5d to 7d per lb. ; do. d crossbreds.4rl to Gd: dry pelts, is to 2s each and 2d to4.ld perlb. Htdes--We quote:-But chers' green ox, of prime quality and weight. 35s; medium, 13s to 20s ; light, Os tolls Gd : cow hides, lid per lb. ; kip, 2:d ; calfskins. Victorian, 5d ;i do. New Zealand superior, 5:}d ; ordinary Victorian salted hides, 2d to 211l ; extra heave and in prime condition,O2d to 3d ; primn.e ew Zealand heavies, 3.d to 4d, do. light lots, 2Od to 24d. Kangaroo and Furred Skins.-Our quotations are : Prime Kangaroo, 2s 2d ; medium, 101 to is 3d...

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Kerang Times. Published Tuesdays and Fridays, WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. TUESDAY, MARCH 25, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 25 March 1890

Published Tuesdays and Fridays, WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. : TUESDAY, MARCH 25, 1890. KERANG TURF CLUB.-The stewards of the Kerang Turf Club met at the Kerang Hotel on Friday evening last, the' president, Mr. J. Cullen, junr., occupying the chair. The honorary secretary, Mr. Fred. Breton, submitted an approximate statement of receipts and expenditure in connection with the recent annual race meeting, which showed a highly successful result. The club started the season with a debit balance of 66 odd, and, after meet ing the heavy expenses in connection with the races, its account now shows upwards of £80 on the right side of the ledger, the total profit, including ex penditure in various improvements and additions to the property at.the race course, amounting to considerably over £100, a result creditable to all con cerned. The case of Rogers, the rider of Erin in. the Hurdle Race, was re ferred to, but it was resolved not to interfere with the decision previously arrived at, recommendi...

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 25 March 1890

Trade addresses. JOHNM 'KAY AND CO., IMPORTERS, PYRAMID HILL, EG respectfully tonotify to their nume rous customers that, having a large shipment of WINTER G000DS to arrive direct from the old country early in Marchl they have decided to offer their remaining tin STOCK OF DRAPERY at exceptionally low prices, which cannot -fail to please all. lb. Prints, a large variety, from 3s lid dozen worth 5s. Sateens. all colors, Galateas, Muslins, etc., from 5s lid. Wi A job line of Dress Beige at 4s Gd dozen, usual price Gos Gd. l.lack Cashmeres, double widtlh, from is 3d. Shirtings, Flannels, Calicoes, Sheetings, Tarpaulin. Canvas. Hessians, Carpets. etc.; a large assortment oflerel,to meet the times,at trmade Prices. Our Fancv Department in Ribbons, Laces, Gloves,Frillins. .Terseso, Silk hlandkerchiefs, Collars and Cuffs, Ladies' Belts, Perfumery, Soaps, etc.. is now fully stocked, and marked at towe prices. First-clats Dressmakers and Milliners al ways on the premises, to lwhom all orders ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 25 March 1890

Sr :-VIIsRsEeSAIN'' DEAF-If you n have, faileC to be cured elsewhere, write or apply to th. ,..'Aurat Clinic, 145 Collins-street, Melbourne :Their new, scientific, entirely successful and painless Electro-Medication treatment com pletely cores Deafness, Noises iii the Head, discharges, etc., no matter of how long 't standing.-~Ear drums no. longer necessary. Advice and descriptive pamphlet free... N.D. S-All:. nour. appliances and. remedies are *,patentedthroughout the civilised' world. Wanted. ;ANTED. handy iMan to assist carpen tars at goods slheds, Mystic Park. Apply at this ollice; or G. Flood, at the works. .- 714 "TVANTED Everybody to note that a V COFFEE SOCIAL will be held in _ the Kerang Baptist Church on Friday, 28th inst. Tickets, Is. 723 T[TANTED, 200 HALF-CROWNS. An effort is being made to lessen the debt on the Kerang Baptist Church by col lecting 400 Half-crowns. 200 already sub- A scribed. 200 more wanted by Social next Friday. 724 NOTICES. - ci IT"\NTED Fencers, Swa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 25 March 1890

Trade Addreassos. THE ':WHOLES A LE CLOTHING CO. S.." . -. dd. r, ct vsý w S ": co TINGS TWEEDS COATINGS TWEEDS COATNG NGS. BLUE, and FANCY SERGES:. BLUE and FANCY SERGES. BLUE and FANOY SEROES. Blue and Fancy Serges i AND ENORMOU STOCK . I OUR OWN IMPORTTNG. N, : rHE- Assortment of SPRING and L SUMMER GOODS is beyond dobil the best ever seen in the colonies. A. usual we have a largo staff of the Best Cutters & Workmen IN VICTORtIA. ALL WOOL TWEED TROUSERS (so order), 12s Gd. ALL WOOL TWEED SUI'S (to order), 46s. WRITE FOR SAMPLES. Our Traveller Visits the District every Two Mont'as. J.. T. MIDDLETON, General M?anager. -EASY WALKINtt " PB:OT & SHOE SH .P. S' WELLINGTON-STREET, KERANG. W. DAVl S. IN Thanking the Public of Kerang and E - surrounding districts for past favours, begs to notify, that he has j.st received a first-class assortment of Ladies' and Gentle mens' - • BOOTS, SHOES, SLIPPERS, Etc.,, which he will dispose of at most reasonable' prices. •Repairs exe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 25 March 1890

FOR SALE. T HE IRRTGABLE ESTATES COMPANY HAVE FOR SALE, Selection near Kerang, known as Ilsley's. £3 as freehold. Terms-£50 cash; £50 six months; £50 twelve months; balance two years,' or some similar terms as may be re quired. ?. First-class Grazing paddocks and Farms, in Benjeroop, Macorna, Mlologa, Kerang and elsewhere, to let. Particulars of other selections upon ap plication. Apply Manager, Irrigable Estates Coy.p Ltd., Chaffey's Irrigaton Ofices, 383 Swanston street, Melbourne. -ERANG AND KOONDROOK TRAM - WAY. SUNDAY EXCURSIONS. NA excursion Ti nwill be run on Sun. di - da?the{ 30th March, and every alternate Sunday` leaving Kerang at2 o'clock and Koondrook,on the return journey,at5 .30 p.m..Return fares, 3s; children under 15, is 3d. (By order) , 60 , -D; G. RATTRAY, Manager..< Trzde Addrasses. NOTICE TO THIIEPUBLIC. rTIHE Cheapest and best place outside Mel- Ti bourne to obtain Riding Saddles, Ladies' Saddles, .Hames, Whips, Spurs, | Blrushes, Collars, Harness Cha...

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CONCERT AT COHUNA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 25 March 1890

CONCERT AT COHUNA.   (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT). A concert took place in Thomas's Hall, Cohuna, on Friday evening. Though the weather and state of the roads were not inviting, there was a good attendance, the dancing after the concert being, as usual, no small item in the attraction. The chairman, Mr. A. Kirwan, J.P., an-   nounced that the concert had been ar- ranged with the object of procuring prizes for the children, and few" would doubt that the presentation of a nice book   would add more to the energy of the child than the application of a nice rod. The first number on the programme was an overture by Miss M. Bowles, fol- lowed by a glee by the school children. There were several calls for Mr. Waiting for a song, but this part of the programme   had to be omitted, and it is feared that   "The Buffalo" must have fallen into the hands of the hunters. Several recitations   were next given by the scho...

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THE RABBIT DESTRUCTION ACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 25 March 1890

THE RABBIT DESTRUCTION ACT. According to an "Argus" telegram, at a specia' meetiug of the Warrnambool Shire Council recently held, the act passed during the last session of Parlia- ment relating to the destruction of rabbits formed the basis of a protracted discussion. The president strongly advised the council to have nothing to do with the act, as the Government were shifting their responsibilities on to the shires. He objected to the council being made a buffer between the borrower and the Government. If the land would not realise the amount borrowed the ratepayers would suffer, and he was opposed to the council taking any responsi- bility. He was supported by Councillors Aiken, Miller, and Lindsay. Councillor Burke argued strongly in favor of the council permitting the rate- payers to take advantage of the provisions made for them to secure wire netting, and urged that it would not be compulsory for the council to grant an appli- cation from anyone whose land would not pay for t...

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HE IS COMING. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 28 March 1890

IIE IS COMING. 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; Thie profit (if any) draper Manning will reap, Represented by Montgomerie. Gentlemen he can " suit," destroy branch and root, Shoddy dealers, and would be chlea houses, From tihe hejd to the fobt, a good hat or a boot; He excels, most of all, in cheap trousers. N.B. Mr Montgomerie is at present represent lng us in the Kerang district, and is autho rised to collect our accoints.-MAXxsneoand Co., View I'Point, Sandlhuirst Wn e REMAIsa DAF-If you have failee to be cured elsewhere, write or apply to th. Aural Clinic, 145 Collins-street, Melbourne Their new, scientific, entirely successful and painless Electro-Medication treatment com. piletely cures Deafness, Noises in the Head. discharges, etc., no mat...

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STATE OF THE RIVERS. HEIGHT ABOVE SUMMER LEVEL. [BY TELEGRAPH.] Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 28 March 1890

STATE OF THE RIVERS. HEIGHTan ADOVE SnuIMEn LEVEL. LBY TELEGRAPH.] Thursday. MulnnuY ft.in. Albury 1 0 Echuca .. .2 0 Swan iHill .. . .. 2 10 Eusto . .. 1 11 Snynmour .. 0 2 .IIRRUMIITDOEE. Waggs.. .. 3 0 Ray 6 4 Ilalranald .. .... 4 DAuraT.G Mtenindie ... 23 0 Wentworthl .. .. ... 8 5 Wilcannia .. .. 29 3

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THE UNIVERSITY BOAT RACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 28 March 1890

''' Te UNIVERitSITY BOATr RACE.-The 'i l ' ai boat race between the Universitiee of Ozford end Cambridge, which was reat ed on the Thames on Wednesday, ji ip1 in a win for the former.

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INFLUENZA IN VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 28 March 1890

INFLUENZA IN VICTORIA. The epidemic of supposed Russian in fluenza is rapidly spreading "throughout Melbourne, and ai number of additional cases have beeoon brought under the notice of the Board of Public Healthl. The affection has made its appearance among the sailors on the warships in the bay, andl also among the members of the police force, while several of the prisoners in the Melbourne Gaol have been attacked by it. The following recommendations as to precaltions anti modes of treatment to be adopted with regard to the new epidemic have been issued under the direction of the Board of Public Health: In view of the probability that the disease, known as Russian influenza, will shortly be widely prevalent in Victoria, the board desires to point out for general guidance that, though the disease in Europe, and so far in New Zealand and in Melbourne, has, in the majority of cases, been mild, a considerable Iproportion bf persons affected by it have been prostrated for a periodl of t...

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THE IRRIGATION CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 28 March 1890

THE IRRIGATION. CONFERENCE. The Irrigation Conference, which has been called together by Mr. Deakin as Minister of Water Supply, commenced its proceedings on Tnuesday afternoon. The conference consists of 70 gentlethen who have had practical experience in re gard to irrigation, and 42 of their number have agreed to contribute papers on dif ferent subjects. There was a foll attend ance at the meeting, the Commiesioner of Customs antd several members of Parlia ment being present. The afternoon was devoted to hearing Mr. Deakin's presidential address, whiclh was of a comprehensive charactoer. It was arran ged that the conference should meet at 10 a.m. next morning. and devote the whole of the day to the rending and discussion of ainpers. Yesterday the members of the conference were to pay a visit to the Goulburn weir, and the remaining papers will be disposed of to-day. In the course of his address to tihe members of the Conference (says the Arguo), Mr. Deakin explained that the gather...

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A NEW IRRIGATION TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 28 March 1890

A NEW IRRIoATIoS TRUST. A petition. has been ieceived by the Ministei of Water. Supply.. fromn the Shire of Sliepparton for the formation of an irrigation trust in respect of an area of 61,000 acres on Broken River, of which 80,000 acres might be beneficially irri gated. The water will be drawn friom the Broken River, and the contemplatdd ren ration and storage works will be at Mfokoan Swamp.' The estimate costof thel workl' a £11,000.

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APPROACHING SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 28 March 1890

APPROACHING SALES. A Particu!ars of the following sales appear elsewhere: Bv'y .T G. Stvart -riday, 28th March, sale ofsticlk. dairyniiy' nticiail et. at Dalton' farm, Wee Weeii Rup. By T.' Morrow and Col.-Thursday, 3rd April, at Charlton, important sale of farm and township land. By Yeo. Taverner and Co., Ltd.-Wednes. nesday, April 2nd, at their bazaar, great sale of draught, coach and delivery horses.e By J. ;Watson and Co:- Saturday, April 5th, at Pyramid, 970 acres land.

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