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CONFERENCE OF TRUSTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 28 March 1890

CONFERENCE: OF TRUSTS.. A conference of the Wandcl!a and Leaghur and Meering Irrigation and Water Supply Trusts was held at the Wan della trnst office on Wednesday last, 20th inst. There were present :-Cmre. Wil liimuson, Cook andt Butler, Wandella Trust; and Cmrs. Heulman and W. Dunstan, Lcaghlur and Meering. Cmr. Williamson occnpied the chair. The minutes of the previous conference were read and conlirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. From B. A. Wallace, asking to have dis contract cancelled and deposit returned, for heiadworks at the Twelve-mile creek, stiating it was such a loing time since his tender had been accepted, and lie was under the impression when tendering that he corildcominmence work at once; that it would not pay him to do the work now at the price lie had tendered for, the fine weather being broken, and a big flow: of water runninsg down the Twelve-mile creek, asswell as several creeks having ,vate,.in ever-whih.ehe,, woulnd..havo..tb `cart material: Crir. Duinstain movedl tli...

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
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CHURCH ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 28 March 1890

Cnuncn ANNIvERSARY.-We have been requested to direct attention to the notice of the coffee social to be held in the Baptist Ohunrch to-night, in celebration bf the annicversary. A good programme has been prepared, and an interesting meeting may he anticipated. .1Mr. Medley, formerly one of the hoiei mission agents in this district, will preach next Sunday,inorning, the Rev.F. J. Wilkin in the evening.

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LOCAL LAND BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 28 March 1890

LOCAL LAND BOARD:, A Locat'Land Board .was held at the Court House, Kerang, on Wednesdayjr last, before Messrs. Aberdeen (chairman) and 31. Maeoboy (Land olicer), when the following applications were dealt with : 93rd sRCTIOx. Al Sue, 3 acres, between allot. 7 see. A and the Bullock Creek, formerly applied for by G. Gibson, parish Terrick Terrick west. IReconmmended. " Sem"Yet;,3 acres; between'allot47'mse. A and thie Bullock Creek, adjoining Ah Sue's application, parish Terrick Terrick west. Recommended. MIr. O'Brien for applicant.. ' Richard Hosking. 8 acresr. onBarr- Creek north and adjoining Wm. Taylor's selection, parish 'ifurrabit.-Rliec6mmended. William Wilkinson. 3 acres on west silde River Loddon, about 15 chains north of 93rd sec. holding of W. T. A. Billing, parish of Meran.-Refused. Frederick Psnchsl 3 acr s on' iest side River Loadon, north of W. Wilkin'son's 93rd application, parish of Meran.-Refused. Halsey Peerman, 3 acres on east side Barr Creek, adjoining allotment...

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KOONDROOK SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 28 March 1890

KOONDROOK'SPORTS. The following are the handicaps for the two principalierents in connection with the above sports, to be held on Easter onday: SEIcrinLD 'AENIC Pr.-Fredkl Jackson, scr.; R. F. Tutty;'yds; W. .Jamnes. 5yds; W. Breeding, °Gyds; 11." 'A Canllii 7yds; W.. Cormack; 9yds'-'John Gaiway, 9yds; John 'H daphyo9yds';Lý ! WVariere, lOyas ;'Artlhur Ewart,l13yds; W. Penglaze i4yds: JTamies yrn es, 15yds;- Wim: Wilson; 15yds; J. Cerenia, 15yds; C. (t Murphy, 15yds; . SBlossage,; 15yds; Walter Bailey-l5yris. i HekonrcA HURrnao Race-Fredk: .Tnackson, lyd j W.lBreeding7yds; A. D. Itowels. 7yds; R. A. GCallan, Syds; J., Galway. Jyds; J. R, Warren, 9yds; J. 'Phlylan. lO0yds;: W. Cormack, 11yds; J. Heaphy,llyds; G. 3los sage, ;l4yds;,W. Wilson, 1Iyds; J. Cerehhi, 16yds; J. Milntosh, 1Iyds.

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KERANG FLOUR MILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 28 March 1890

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KERANG FLOUR MILL. Mr. Thos. Hall reports the price of wheat as follows:-Fair milling to prime s 11id to 3s 2d.

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SANDHURST STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 28 March 1890

SANDHURST STOCK MARKET. Messrs. it. O'Neill and Co. report :-Cattle. -599, including 250 stores, yarded for this week's supply; quality, medium to good beef. There being ia full attendance of buyers, last week's increased values were well main tained, competition being, cxtremely brisk, more partienlarly towards the close of the market, best beef, light weights, selling fully up to 25s per 1001b. Quotations-Best pens of bullocks, £7 to £9 17s lid; cows, £5 to £8 10s. Our sales were 40 fat for Messrs. Brown, Poison, M'Grath. Mangan and others. Cows, £5 to £8 10s and bollocks (light weights). £8 to £7l10s. Calves.-34 penned; mostly inferior and mediunm. Competition brisk, best making £4 10s; others, O20s to 75s. Sheep.-1,0S1, of which only about 800 were suited to the trade, andl. this number being short of requirements, prices were fully Is Gd per head in advance of last week'srates. We quote :-Merino wethers. 10s lid to 13s; ewes, 9s to 1s : comeback and crossbred wethers, 12s to 15...

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LATEST CABLEGRAMS. POLITICS IN ENGLAND. AUSTRALIAN PRODUCE IN ENGLAND. THE QUEENSLAND LOAN. THE FRENCH ON THE CONGO. THE RECENT COLLIERY STRIKE. THE LABOR CONFERENCE. MR. WHITE'S HORSES AT HOME. THE CRISIS IN GERMANY. THE UNIVERSITY BOAT RACE. MR. W. E. GLADSTONE. THE IRISH LAND PURCHASE SCHEME. ENGLAND & PORTUGAL. AFFAIRS IN EASTERN EUROPE. LONDON, March 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 28 March 1890

LATEST; CABLEGRAMS. " - POLITICS IN ENGLAND. AUSTRALITAN PRODUCE IN ENGLAND. THE QUEENSLAND LOAN. THE FRENCH ON THE CONGO. THE RECENT COLTIERY STRTIKE. THE LABOR CONFEREX CE.la MR. WHITE'S HORSES AT HOME. S *THE CRISIS IN GERMANY. I :THE UNIVERSITY BOAT RACE. MR. W. E. GLADSTONE. THE IRISH LAND PURCHASE SCHEME. ENGLAND &- PORTUGAL. AFFAIRS IN EASTERN EUROPE. S(FRo ARGUS AND AGE CORRESPONDENTS.) LoNDON, March 20. At the conference of tihe Conservative party cialled by the Premier, Lord Salis bury declared that the rnmors concerning the immediate dissolution of Parliament were ridiculous and entirely without foun dation. It is understood that the confer enoe was called in order that the Govern. ment might ascertain .the views of the party relatioe to certain measures which the Government propose to introduce during the session. March 21. The shipment of vegetables from Aus tralia per the Orient Company's R.M.S. Lusitania has proved a failure. The pots tles arrived in such bad ...

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Kerang Times. Published Tuesdays and Fridays, WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. FRIDAY, MARCH 28, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 28 March 1890

Published Tuesdays and Fridays, WITH WEtEKLY SUPPLEMENT. FRZDAY, MARCH 2s, IsDo. Mr. Dcaki,'s Defence THE address deliv of Ue irrig.tion ered by Mir. 'Deakin roels in opening the Coni ference on Irrigation is of a . very re assuring character. It will tend to allay many misgivings in the minds of those who cannot be directly bene fited by a policy to which the country stands committed, and it ought to revive the drooping spirits of those who will be chiefly benefited by the success of the irrigation movement. So many wild and vague statements have been made of late with regard to the national expenditure and liability in connection with Mr. Deakin's policy that ittwas ;higl time forhimz to give, the coiintiy'; some iiexpit iniformiation on these points.' :No more fitting op portunity for so doing could have presented itself than that which the openIing of' the Conference .afforded, and however, instructive the delibera tions of the delegates may prove to be, the public 'at large wil...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 28 March 1890

Trade addresses. JOHN M'KAY AND CO., IMPORTERS, PYRAMID HILL, BEG respectfully to notify to their nume rons customers that, having a large shipment of WINTER GOODS to arrive direct from the old country early in March, 1 they have decided to offer their remining I ti STOCK OF DRAPERY Pi at exceptionally low prices, which cannot (I fail to please all. It Prints, a large variety, from Ss lid dozen worth 5s. Sateens, all colors, Galateas, Muslins, etc., g from 5s lld. A job line of Dress Beige at 4s Gd dozen, usual price 6s 6d. Black Cashmeres, double width, from is id. Shirtings, Flannels, Calicoes, Sheetings, Tarpaulin, Canvas. Hessians, Carpets. etc.; a ( large assortment offered,to meet the times,at trade prices. Our Pancy Department in Ribbons, Laces, Glovos,Frillings. Jerseys, Silk Handkerchiefs, Collars and Cuffs, Ladies' Belts, Perfumory, Soaps, etc., is now folly stocked, and marked at town prices. First-class Dressmakers and Milliners al ways on the premises, to whom all order...

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WANDELLA IRRIGATION AND WATER SUPPLY TRUST. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 28 March 1890

WANDELLA -IRRIGATION AND. WATER SUPPLY TRUST. W1EDNESISAY, MARCHI 26. -.. Co Present: Cmrs. Williamson (clhairman), Mt Avard; Cook and Butler. apr The minutes of the plrevions meeting weirorsad iland confiriii ed' n -an coRESPOsNDenNCE. by From Water Supply Department, mak- Ie ing enquiriesein reference to certain works in connection with .the trust. Attended an to by the engineer. ap From same, enclosing copy of a letter Re from J. Williamson asking for certain lands to be -excised from the trust area. no Received. . . .pa From same, enclosing, copy of report Ri from officers-of the department relative to se the 'allocation of liabilities between the 1 various trusts concerned and the Swan Hill Shire Waterworks Trust, stating that If the report had been adllopted, and that at Oraldr-in-:Council foriially allodatinhg the liabilities upon the lines indicated would C' lie submitted for approval at an early P: date. . Moved by the, chairmnan, that the secretary acknowledge receipt of t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 28 March 1890

Wanted. W ANTED. handy Man to assist carpen ters at goods sheds, Mystic Park. Apply at this oflice, or G. Flood, at the works. 714 NOTICES. WTANTED Fencers, Swan 1ill Railway Works. Good Wages. Apply Kerang or Swan Hill. MUNRO 'and CO., Ltd., 566 Contractors. WANTED KNOWN. M 'OAL LUM'S,Gunmaker,Williamson-st., Sandllhurst. is the best place to get work done well at a reisonable price, also to buy Guns and Ammunition. Second-hand guns bought, sold or exchanged. Correspondence by post promptly attended to. 725 Notices. NATIONAL BANK OF AUSTRALASIA. CAPITAL SUSCRIBEID . ... £1,250,000 PAID UP .... ... ... ... 1,000,000 RESERVE Fuxs 0... 670,000 RESERVE .IABILITY OF SIARE IHOLDERS ... ... ... 1,500,000 F1HE half-yearly balance of accounts takes S'Ia' eplnceon' Afona.y...noe i1t inst.-Ce. - tomers are rcquested to send in their pass books to be made up. ROBERT BLAIKIE, Manager, 737 Korang Branch. TO-NIGHIT. TO-NIGHT. BAPTIST CHURCH ANNIVERSARY. COFFEE SOCIAL TO-NIGHT 7.30. Next Sunday Mr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 28 March 1890

Tabe .addresos. THE WHOLESALE CLOTHING CO. -. od-d~ it- oc TWEEDS l~r COATING BLU 1n FAO SERE TWEEDS COATrtm oPINGS. BLUE and D iFA yon douES BLU " a ANC EGS etie Blue andl Feancy S a ergaf ftes TWEED O COATOING TWRE WE CMPOATINGSU N TLLWEEDSWE COAINGS(o B L UE A nd F A Y S P ER GE S. BLUMER D and FAN yon S doGEt O rs betevler Vseenin the celn es JLU. anT. NC ID ETON S. Alue wend en Fanc staffofges ct-et OOt CuStOE STOCk. O N VICTORTIA AWELL-NGTOOL TWEEDTROUERN IHE Assordtent of e Prn1 andG ,SUrr ERoGdOOD dri)s beond doubt, begertos besfytht ever hsee in tre clives. ArtEs usualwne ofave are Gsothe menet B INTE FOR SVIPTEOES. ABLL WOO TWEE TROUOSERBS. C Our Traveller Visits the District every C Two Mour'es. J. T. MIDDLETON, eGeneral Manager. EASY - WALKINt .-BOOT & SHOE SHOP, WELLINGTON-STREET, KERANG. W. DA VIS. IN Thank ing the Publi taf eof Kerang and surrounding districts for past favouri, begs to notify that be bas jost received a MrAt-class assortment of Ladies' and Gen...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 28 March 1890

Trade A.drcesses. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. T HE Cheapest and best place outside Mel bourne to obtain Ridrling Saddles, Ladies' Saddles, Hames, Whips. Spurs, Brushes, Collars, Harness Chains. Sponges. Chamois, Thongs, Bridles, Iorse Clothing and all requisites of the trade is at A. J. JONES' SADDLERY EMPORIUM, Scoresby-street, Kerang. (next door to Mr. 0. Adams'.) Where Customers will meet with civility and despatchl in all orders entrusted to his care. Repairs of all kinds neatly done. Good Leatherand Workmanshlip Guaranteed. TIME PATsmcr, AS AnsNoGEP. ADAMSON'S SEEDS For the FLOWER GARDEN, THE FARM and VEGETABLE GARDEN, A RE the best and most reliable. Samples anid prices of New Season's Clover and Grass Seeds. Post free. Bulb and Novelty Catalogue for 1890. Catalogue of Fruit Trees, Shrubs, etc., for 1890. Ready 1st May. General Seed Catalogue for 1889-30. Post Free. WILLIAM ADAMSON, SEED MERCHANT, 474 COLLINS-ST., MELBOURNE. 717 E. S. MAXWELL. AUOTI ONEER, VALUER, INSURANCE &amp...

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THE TEMPERANCE QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 28 March 1890

TnE TEMPERANCE QUEST'ION.-Tho Rev. E. H. Scott's reply to " Nephal's" letter is unavoidably withheld from the present issue. . Tna LtconNA w CuANxxr..-The tender of' Messrs. Angus and Tweddle. at 12.FIRIORA R u., wi-s acceptedl. on IMon. day 'lty: the Water' Supply Dctpartniint" for the construction of about eight miles of the main Macorna channel. The work of the contract will 'com prise the excavation and forming of emlbankments for a channel 36ft. wide at the lied, to carry 4ft. in depth of water, and will include the nmaking of the neces sary flumes, bridges at road crossings, drainage, and other works. The contract is to be completed before the endl of Feb' ruary next year. SunnAYScnooL Prcxac.-OnWednesday last the annual picnic in connection with thie Wesleyan Sunday school took place. The site, chosen was on the west side of the Lodldon, ablout a mile above the bridge, a very picturesque spot, and in every way suitable for such a piurpose. The atten dance was fairly large, an...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KERANG FLOUR MILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 1 April 1890

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KEItANG FLOUR MILL. Mr. Thos. Hall reports the price of wheat as follows:- Fair milling to prime s lld to 's 2d.

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SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 1 April 1890

SECOND DAY. The conference re-assembled on Wed nesday morning, there being a full atten dance of members. Mr. Deakin presided. The day was taken up in reading papers on practical points connected with irriga tion, on several of which discussion fol lowed. Those immediately affecting this district will be published in due course for the information of our readers. [The proceedings of the conference have been oflicially reported in detail, and the report, which will contain matter of great value to agriculturists, will be published in large numbers by the Water Supply Depart ment.] The subjects dealt with, amongst others, were:-" Mode of preparing land for irrigation," Mir. J: West, Mooroopna; "Irrigation, what itis, its utility, necessity, results and difficulties," Mr. W. J. W. Patchell, Kerang; " Mode of preparing land for irrigation," Mr. C. E. Albrecht, C.E., Kerang; Mr. W. Farroll, Areooga; " Distribution and use of water," Mr. W. S. Murray, C.E., Tatura; "Preparation of land fo...

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THE IRRIGATION CONFERENCE. FIRST DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 1 April 1890

THE IRRIGATION. CONFERENCtE. FIRST DAY. As stated in our previous issue, the irrigation conference convened by the ,Minister of Water Supply (Mr. Deakin) was opened at the board room of the Lands Department, Melbourne, on Tues day afternoon. Mr. Deakin ccenpied the chair, and, according to the Arguts, about 70 gentlemen were present, including tile Commaissioncr of Customs (Mr. Patterson), Mr. Young, M.L.C., r. Shackell, M.L.A.,, Mr. Ilighett, M.L.A., and Mr. M'Coll, M3.L.A., and aMr. J. B1. Donkin (a mem ber orthe New South Wales Water Com mission). Mr. Deakin, in opening the proceedings, said that he would make no apology for having invited the members of the con ference to meet together. The people of Victoria could not consider that their duties had been discharged when they visited the ballot-lox. As the state had devoted itself to the development of the industrial resources of the country, it might fairly claim that those most deeply interested in such. industries should re sp...

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KERANG POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 1 April 1890

KERANG POLICE COURT. The police court yesterday morning pre sented a very lively appearance, the space railed off for the accommodation of the public being crowded, and looking more like the interior of the Melbourne City Court, although the cases to be disposed of were only a few drunks and one of obscene language and resisting the police. The large attendance was caused by the mates of the unf6rtunates in the dock, mostly men belonging to a thresher which passed through the town a few days ago, looking in to see what sentences were to be meted out, and several others who evidently thought there were some cases of importance on when such a number of persons were waiting outside for the court to open. Messrs. W. 3. W. Patchell and J. M'.lMullan, J's.P.. occupied the bench, and Inspector Walsh conducted the proceedings for the police. The first case called was W. Yeo v. Franois Reynolds for using obscene language. The evidence showed that the accused on Satur day had made use of most...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 1 April 1890

CORRESPONDENCE. [Communications intended for Insertion in these column shlould be addressed to tile Editor. Tho name all address of tie writer must be addred, not lecossarily for iublication , but as a guaranteo of good faith. While weo are at all times glad to re ceivo aul publish correspouadcuce. allowing an amount of latitude consisteut with tie rules of Ljournutislll. Ae do uot holl ourseolva reupolsible fur any oUliliouns expreSSed.]

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RIFLE CLUB NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 1 April 1890

RIFLE CLUB NOTES. The final match for the trophy presented for competition amongst the members of the Kerang Rille Club, by the R1ev. F. J. Wilkin, took place at the ranges on Saturday last. The conditions were-even shots and a sighter each at 400, 500 and 600 yards, military position, i.e., sitting at the first range, and prone at 500 and 600 yards, the highest scorer to win the trophy. While a tolerably steady wind prevailed, the state of tile atmosphere was not favorable to the marksmen, and the shooting, on the whole, was only fairly good. After an interesting contest Messrs. U. It. Yeo and J. Coleman tied for first place, but on counting back, in accordance with the V.R.A. rules, dMr. Yeo was declared the winner. Mr. J. G. Bundle secured third place with 69, Mr. Wilkin (67) beihg close up. The following are the scores: Name. I o 0 0 C. I. Yeo ... 2 27 17 73 J. Colemanll ... 31 20 16 75 J. G: Rundle ... 27 26 16- 69 F.J. \Vilkin ... 21 25 21 67 D. W. Williamson '21 19 18 6ili R....

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