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STATE OF THE RIVERS. HEIGHT ABOVE SUMMER LEVEL. [BY TELEGRAPH.] Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 1 April 1890

STATE OF THE RIVERS. ITE:IRHT AIOVE SUMMER LEVEL. [?Y TELEGEAPII.J Monday. MlUnnla. ft. in. Albury .. .. . 1 0. EIchucnC . .. .. 2 0 Swan Hill . . .. 2 10 Eustoa .. .. .. 1 11 GOULEUons. Seymour .. .. 0 2 MUInnEUmIDEGEE. Waggr .. .. . 3 0 lay .. .. .. 6 4 Ibliaanald ... .. . 9 DARLION. \enindic .. .. .. 23 9 Wentworth . .. ... 8 5 Vilcannia .. .. .. 29 3

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE TEMPERANCE QUESTION. [TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERANG TIMES.] [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 1 April 1890

THE TEMPEBANOE QUESTION. [To THIE EDITOR OF THE KEn?ao TIuss.j Sm,-In your issue of the 25th ult. a letter appeared signed " Nephal." The writer felt moved to make a number of wild statements, draw false conclusionsand generally to betray singular mental aberration. I was struck by the signature. It seemed like Hebrew. I turned up my Hebrew Testament to see how the word was used. I find it means " to fall," " to fall from heaven." I know of only one being who fell from heaven.: That in dividual never has had much sympathy v.h. anyone doing God's work. I am scarcely surprised that he is now unable to sympa. thise withl me in my endeavors to do God's work by inculcating moderation-'and the temperate use of the gifts of God. To reply to " Nephal," so as to make him understand so simple a proposition as " Temperance in all things is approved of God," would re. quire, I fear, a whole page in your journal, and even then I doubt if 1 could make things clearer tlhai I have done already. "Ne...

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
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LATEST CABLEGRAMS. GERMAN POLITICAL AFFAIRS. THE LABOR CONFERENCE. EXCITEMENT IN JAMAICA. ENGLAND AND HER COLONIES. THE TIMES-PARNELL COMMISSION. RUSSIAN AGGRESSION IN ASIA. AFFAIRS IN BRAZIL. THE COMMERCIAL BANK ROBBERY. PRINCE BISMARCK. THE UNION MORTGAGE COMPANY. THE GERMAN EMPEROR. LONDON, March 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 1 April 1890

LATEST CABLEGRAMS. GERMAN POLITICAL AFFAIRS. THE LABOR CONFERENCE. EXCITEMENT IN JAMAICA. ENGLAND AND uER COLONIES. THE TIMES.PARNELL COMMISSION. RUSSIAN AGGRESSION IN ASIA. AFFAIIS IN BRAZIL. THE COMMERCIAL BAN K ROBBERY. PRINCE BISMARIK. THE UNION MORTGAGE COMPANY. THE GEARLAN EMPERO1t. (FROM ARGUS AND AGE CORRESPONDENTS.) LONDON, March 20. Prince Bismarck had a farwell official in terview to-day with the Emperor.William. The audience lasted a considerable time, and is understood to have been of a very affect ing character..- A large crowd had assembled outside the Imperial palace to witness the separation between the Kaiser and the Prince. The appearance of the latter was the signal for a great outburst of enthusiasm Tile ovation.accorded him caused Prince Bismarck 'to be visibly affected. When leaving the palace, Prince Bismarck affece tionately lifted up the royal children in his arms in turn and kissed them, and remarked that he hoped their lives would be centred in securing t...

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THE GOULBURN WEIR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 1 April 1890

THE GOULBURN WEIR.:': I A large party, at the invitation of Mr. Deakin,' Minister for Water Supply, muade a visit of inspection on- Thursday to tlio Goulburn Weir. This important and costly work-by far the largest undertak iug in connection with irrigation as yet attempted in Australia-is now rapidly approaching completion, and the object of fixing the present juncture for the visit of inspection was that the structure itself might be seen before it is covered by water, as will be the case shortly. The party mustered at Spencor-street station at eight minutes past 9, the hour named for the departure of the special train, and included the members of the irrigation conference then sitting in Melbournoe, and the following Ministers and mnembers of the Legislature :-Mr. Deakin, Chief Sec retary; Mr. Patterson, Commissioner of Customs; Mr. Dow, Minister of Lands; Messrs. Davies, Pratt, Butters, Bunchanan, Wallace, Brown; Sergeant, Yonng, and Abbott, M's.L.C.; Messrs. M'Lellan, Ml'Intyre,...

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FEARFUL TORNADO IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 1 April 1890

FEARFUL TORNADO IN AMERICA. A frightful tornado is reported to have taken place on Friday night in America, by; which many thousands of lives have been sacrificed and enormous loss of property caused. The tornado swept with resistless force along the valley of the Ohio River. It completely destroyed whole villages. In Louisville, an impor tant city of about 150,000 inhabitants, situated on the eastern bank of the Ohio, imany thous:ands of buildings were wrecked. The railway station was blown into the river, and trains entering the city during the tornado were derailed by the force of the wind. A large dancing hall, in which a ball was in progress, was amongst the buildings which collapsed. The ball was numnerously attended, and it is believed that about 300 of those present were killed by the falling debris. In the midst of the tornado flames burst out amongst the ruins in different directions, and many persons were burned to death. In the streets the loss of life caused by this ter...

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EASTERN VERMIN BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 1 April 1890

EASTERN VERMIN' BOARD. [BY OUR OWNv REPORTER.] A meeting of the above Board v;as held at Wycheproof on Tuesday Icst, 25th ult. There . were present Messrs. Hogan (chairman), Lonergcn, Noble, Ingram and Irving. The minutes of the previous mct ing were read and confirmed, and the outward correspondence, as read by the secretary, was approved. CORRESPONDENCE.. From S. J. Black, chief inspector under the Vermin Destruction Act, wishing to be informed of the name of the treasurer to the Board. Re ceived; to be informed that there was no such officer connected with the Board. From Lands Department, stating that no transfer of the interest.in the lease of G. W. Geyer's mallee allot ment, No. 35n, county of Tatchera, would be approved of until.the amount due to the Vermin Board was paid; also that the lessee -eould be called before the Local Land Board to show cause why his lease should not be for feited. Received. From same, asking how the amount of £184 18s. 10d., receipts of vermin rates...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 1 April 1890

DEAF FORTY YEARS. The description of a simple remedy, by which a complete cure of deafness and noises in the head of Fonry ?ARlS' STANsDIN has just been effected will be sent FREE to anyone who applies to J. II. NICHOLSON, 175 William street, Melbourne. PWanted. NOTICES. W NTED F.encers, Swan Hill Railway Works. Good Wages. Apply Kenrng or Swan Hill. M?UNRO and CO., Ltd., 566 Contractors. WANTED KNOWN. M? 'CALLUM'S, Gunmaker,Williamson-st, Sandhurst. is the bestplace to get work done well at a-reasonable price, also to buy Guns and Ammunition. Second-hand guns bought, sold or exchanged. Correspondence by post promptly attended to. 725 Notices. WESLEYAN CHURCH, KERANG. rTHE Rev. A. J. COLLOCOTT will preach Farewell Sermons on Sunday next. 6th April, morning and evening. 755 COHUNA IRRIGATION & WATER SUPPLY TRUST. THE Bridge across the main channel on T Gunbower Island having been damaged by floods, is closed for traffic. Any persons attempting to use it do so at their own ris...

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

THIRD DAY. The conference continued its sittings on Friday, when the remaining papers were read, including contributions by Messrs. A. Lane, Benjeroop; J. S. Angus, .Mincha West; A. Kirwan, Cullen; A. Cormack and H. Larsen, Gannawarra; and J. Howeroft, Appin. Mr. Deakin then summed up the re suits ot the conference. He began by replying to a new criticism which had appeared only that morning-that the irrigation scheme should be watched with peculiar suspicion, as it proposed large state expenditure to enhance the value of private lands, and remarked that this criti. cism was relevant to ahnost every form of state expenditure, and that it was rather late to begin cautioning the public when the enhancement applied to country lands instead of town property. The conference had discovered remarkable agreements and remarkable differences among the methods in favor among irrigationists. This pointed to the necessity for carefully examining local conlditions, as that which would suit one lo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 1 April 1890

Medical. ALL DISEASES OP LONG STANDING COM PLETELY CURED BY HEP.AL MAGNETIC TREATMENT. Chronic Sniufferers Should not F-ll.to Conanlt MR H. E. KUGELMANN Consulting Herbalist and Eclectic Of 172 and 174 WILLIAM STREET, MELBOURNE. FISITS KERANG EVERY MONTII rend nadvertise meat for Date.) - M R. KUGELMANN'S treatment differs entirely from all others known, and he has cured more cases of Chronic Disease than any ten medical men in Australia. Thousands of sworn declarations of cases cured can be seen. Send for pamphlet on Medical Despotisms or Liberty which ? 56 pages; post free. This book exposes completely the old style of Mineral Drugging, and explains the methods of Mr. Kugel mann's Natural Treatment. Read the fol lowing testimonial, a specimen of thousands more: Stockyard Hill (near Beaufort) Victoria. 1 12 '88. H. E. KuoEL.um, Consulting Herbalist, Melbourne. Dear Sir,-As you are publishing some sworn declarations of casescured, I wish to send you a statement of my case, and which...

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MURRABIT WEST BUTTER FACTORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 1 April 1890

MURRABIT WEST BUTTER FACTORY. On U our OWN REPORTER.] A meeting of directors of the above com pauy-vas held at the' factory b'ildn on of routine business was transacted. The directors, so far, have been sending cream to Melbourne, as the weather was rather too warm for butter-making, and the aceount sales submitted by the secretary showed that a very good price had been received for the quantity sent away. A rough statement, bringing out a very fair profit after allowing for price of milk, wages, interest, wood, &c., was laid before the directors, wich result was considered to be highly satisfactory. As the weather is now becoming cooler, it is their intention to make a few boxes of butter to be submitted to tile Melbourne market, as a test to see which will be the more profitable -butter-making,or to continue to send away the cream. The books show that the milk supply is daily increasing, and as the season advances there is not the slightest doubt but that numbers of the su...

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ALLOCATION OF LIABILITIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 1 April 1890

ALLOCATION OF LIABILITIES. The following is a copy of a report to the Minister of Water Supply by Messrs. T. Al. Iowden and P. Whitton, officers of the Vater.. Supply -department, dealing 'with thoTportionmenit di the Swan Hill Waterworks Trust liabilities. This report, a copy of which has been for iwarded to each trust interested, has been adopted by the department, and Orders-in Council formally allocating the liabilitids upon the lines indicated will be submitted for approval of the commissioners at an early date. REPORT. We have the honor to' inform'you that, in' accorildance with your instructions,?we visited Kerang on the 10th December last,'and on the four following days in spected trust vouchers and conferred with representatives of the following Irrigation Trusts, viz., Mariquis Hill, Pine Hills, Wandella, Kerang East and Leaghur and Meering, with respect to their liabilitiesin regard to joint and local works in their districts. : Briefly stated, the financial position: of ...

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HE IS COMING. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 1 April 1890

HE IS COMING. Ladies beware, and a fortune you'll share, For the lion 'of Bendigo's coming your way. You will knowv him; he's fair, and drives a brown mare, And gives a big discount to all who cash pay. In goods that aro honest and lines that are cheap, Sterling value in all you most see; The profit (if any) draper Manning will reap, Represented by Montgomeric. Gentlemcn he can " suit," destroy branch Iand root, i Shoddy dealers, and would be cheap houses, From the"head to the foot, a good hat or a 'boot; '. - He eicels, most of all, in cheap:tro~sers. : N.B. Mr Montgomerie is at present represent -ng us in the.Kerang district, and is autho 'ised to collect our: accounts. MAmmsxoand ,, View Point, Sandhurst.

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

APPROACHING SALES. Particu!ars of the following sales appear elsewherc : By T. Morrow and Co.-Thursday, 3rd April, at Charlton, important sale of farm and township land. By Yco, Taverner and Co., Ltd.-Wednes nesday, April 2nd, at their bazaar, great sale of draught, coach and delivery horses. By J. Watson and Co.-Saturday, April 5th, at Pyramid, 970 acres land.

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PRESENTATION TO MR. G. RUTHERFORD. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 1 April 1890

PRESENTATION TO MR. G. RUTHERFORD. On Friday evening last a very large I and representative gathering assembled at the Mechanics'Jnstituto to bid farewell to Mr. G. Rutherford on the occasion of t his departure from Kerang, in 'conse quence of his well-carned promotion in the service of the Bank of Victoria, which institution he has ably represented as t manager of the local branch for about , five years. Mr. J. W. Taverner, .M.P., f occupied the chair, and Mr. J. Cullen, t J.P., the vice-chair. Apologies were read from Messrs. 1R. Huihes, J.P. (president Shire of Swan Hill), W. J. W: Patchell JP, P., W. Wood, J.P., Jas. Calvert, T. Pye and T. Wilkins. 1 Light refreshments, provided by Mr. Cullen, having been partaken of, the usual loyal toasts of "'Her Majesty the Queen," and " His Excellency the Governor," proposed by the chairman, were duly 1 honored. Song, " Queen of the Earth," Mr. H. Colman. The chairman said he was called upon that evening to perform a ceremony that afforded ...

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MELBOURNE MARKET REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 1 April 1890

MELBOURNIE MARKET REtP')tT. Messrs. Merry and Syme,533 Flinders Lane West, report :-The market is shortly sup plied with chaff, and prices improved in con sequence. I'rime qualities £3 15s to £4; second, £3 to £3 10s per ton, bags included. In --rain sales have taken place as follows : Oats, stout New Zealand. 2s 9d to 3s; do Victorians, 2s Sd to 2s 10d; do, Tartarians, 2s Gd to 2s 10:1 ; wheat, prime, 3s 7d to Ss 9d1; do, off aamples, 2s Sd to 3s 3d : pens, Ss 2d to 3s 3d ; maize, 4s 4d. iMessrs. Dalgety and Co., Ltd., report for week ending 26th March, 1890 :-Sheepskins -Wve quote:--Butchers' green pelts, 2s Gd to 4s Gd ; do. lambskins, 2s 3d to 3s 3d; do. lamb pelts, is to Is 8d each; dry skins, Gs Gd each ; do., in bales and bundles-omerinos, 5d to 7d per lb.; do. crossbredso.4'd to Gd; dry pelts, is to 2s each and 2ld todl perlb. Hides--We quote:-But ehers' green ox, of prime quoality and weight, 35s; medium, 1ls to 20s ; light, 9s to lls Gd; cow hides, ld l per lb. ; kip, 2d ;...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 1 April 1890

Special" Adertisements. MEDICAL. DR T. M. AUSTIN, PUBLIC VACCINATOR, i1AY be consulted Daily at his Surgery Hawthorne's Buildings, VICTORIA STREET, KERANG. Vaccination suspended till the month of March. Medicines dispensed personally. Lodge patients' consdlting hours, 8 to 10 a.m and 6 to 8 p.m. DR. HENRY STOKER, L.R.C.S.I., L.K.Q.C.P.I., L.M. Rotunda Lying-in-Hospital, and of Ring's and Queen's College Physicians, Ireland. HAS 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 Hotel,MIacorna, 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 Hospital), PUBLIC VACC[NATOR, PYRAMID H ILL, H AS made arrangements to visit Ma cornsa every Friday and may be con sulted there between the hours of 9.30 a.m. and 1 p.m. 92...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 1 April 1890

Tenders. TWELVE MILE IRRIGATION & WATER SUPPLY TRUST. TENDERS are invited by the above Trust for the construction of timber hijewash in dam on main channel No. 1 at Its ofltake from the Twelve-mile Creek. Plans, etc., for the same may be inspected at the secretary's office, Appin. Tenders, accompanied by a deposit of 5 per cent. on amount of tender, will be re ceived by the secretary, at his office, up to 2 p.m., April 5th, 1890. JOHN .IAMIESON, Chairman. Appin, 24th Maroh, 1890. 732 SWAN HILL IRRIGATION & WATER : ... " ;,SUPPLY TRUST. - : rrENDERS will be received by the secre 1 tary up to Thursday. the 3?r day of April, 1800, at 33 p.m., for the undermen tioned works: Contract No. 44. Completion of No. 4 branch channel. No. 45. Construction of irrigation out lets. No. 4G. Construction of road bridges.l' No 47. Construction of occupation cross ings. No. 48. Construction of channel stops. ,No. 49. Construction of sluices. No. 50. Supply channels, etc.. to W. Hastings...

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Kerang Times. Published Tuesdays and Fridays, WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. TUESDAY, APRIL 1, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 1 April 1890

Published Tuesdays and Fridays, WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. TUESDAY, APRIL 1, 1500. EASTER HOLDAYS.-AS announced In our last issue, there will be no pub lication of the KERANG TLrES On Tuesday next, 8th April (Easter Tues day). Advertisements for next Friday's Sssue, to ensure publication, must be handed in not later than 4 p.m. on Tiursday. FIsT AND FOURTH PAGES.-A num berof auction and other advertisements and a large quantity of important read ing matter will be found on" the first and fourth pages of the present issue.t AcoIDENT.-Late on Saturday nigh an accident occurred to an old man named Richard Barber, aged about 68 years, who had been working with a threshing machine which passed through the township a few days ago.' Ii'appears that the men were camped with the machine on the road on the west side of the Loddon bridge, and .on the night mentioned Barber, who slept in his usual place, on the top of the machine, got up, and, in moving about, overbalanced himself, and fell to the...

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STATE OF THE RIVERS. HEIGHT ABOVE SUMMER LEVEL. [BY TELEGRAPH.] Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 4 April 1890

STATE OF THE RIVERS. T HEIGHT AnOVt: SU31ME LEVEL. LBY TELEGRAP,.t Aioe day. MlURAY. ft. in. Albury .. .. .. 1 0 Echuca' .. ... .. . 0 Swan Bill .. .. .. 2 10 Euston .. .. .. 1 11 Gournuns. Seymour ... .. . 0 2 ITUR1RUMBIDGEE. \Waggs .. .. .. 3 0 Rny .. .. .. 8 4 almranald .. .. ... 4 9 DARLIN.10 M?enindie .. .. .. 23 9 Wentworth .. .. ... 8 5 Vilcannia .. .. .. 29 3

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CHURCH ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 4 April 1890

CnURcH ANNIVCESARY.-On Snnday, 6tl April, the Rev. J. J. Thomas will preach at the Coluna Bible Christian Church at 7 p.m., on the occasion of the church an niversary. On the following Wednesday, 9th April, a tea meeting will be held, at which Mr. J. tH. M'Coll, M.L.A., has signified his intention of being present. VcrToniaN BUTTER IN" LODON.--Re. garding the shipment of butter to England in the RI.M.S.. Victoria on 10th January by the Departuient of Agriculture, a letter has been received by the secretary of the department (Mr. Martin) from- the agents for the sale of the' butter in London, stating that when the shipment was sold the market was glutted by extensive ar rivals from the Continent and America To this is attributed the low prices ob tained for the butter, though under the circumstances, and considering the state of the inarket, these are regarded as being very fair. The agents, however, express the opinion, in view of the experience gained from the recent shipments, tha...

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