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MILDURA HORTICULTURAL SHOW [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 4 April 1890

MILDURA HORTICULTURAL SHOW (FRONM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT). .The first annual Hnrticultural Show was hold at Mildura on the 28th ultimo. From every point of view the affair was a groat success, and during the day nearly 500 admissions were paid fer. The vege tables were an exceptionally fine exhibit, the miscellaneous collection from the ex. perimentalgardenoftlhe Mhlduart Calltivaor attracting special attention. The onions shown by Mr. Grossman were particularly fine, and Mr. Skene's exhibit of melons, ncucmbers and allied producls were well worthy of. their prize. The raisins and currants shown by Messrs Kjellburg, N. B. al'Kay and Skene gave evidence ofex traordinary precocity, for it must be re membered that a couple of years ago Mildura was a desert wild, and at her first annual show she produces vailed products of high excellence and commercial value. This is by irrigation, and holders of land suitable for such a system of culture need have no fear about laying out their capital...

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
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A VOICE FROM MURRABIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 4 April 1890

A VOICE FROM MURRABIT. [BY OLD GROWLER.] I have seen nothing in the TIsD.s lately from " your own" at Murrabit, so excuse me if I have a bit of a growl at things in general. We had a nice rain, about 24 inches, but hardly enough to start the grass on the dry plains. It wants just as much more. The crops will be got in late this year, as very few are yet ready to sow. The long drought has been very trying, as many of the farmers were carting water and also driving their stock to water. One would have thought that the irrigation and water supply trusts would have been readuly to have supplied them with water, as we have three of them in this district, constituted nearly four years ago. I believe the Koondrook Trust Works are nearest completion, and the water would have been flowing along the channels only that the contractors for the pumping machi nery had not completedl their work. They (the contractors) are five months over con tr.ct time, and, I am informed, are liable for £200 in ...

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[?]RAGOWEL CHEESE FACTORY COMPANY, LIMITED. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 4 April 1890

TRAGOWEL CHEESE FACTORY COMPANY, LIMITED. (FROM OUi OW.N CORRESPONDENT.) The adjourned ordinary half-yearly meeting of sharehohlers in the Tragowel Cheese Factory Company, Limited, was held at the factory on Monday evening, the 31st March, and a large number of shareholders, representing 1017 shares, were present. Mir. T. Curlott, chairman of directors, occupied the chair. The minutes of the previous half. yearly meeting were read and confirmed, on the motion of Mr. McIntosh, seconded by Mr. F. Hall. t1ALANCt-SIIEET. The following half-yearly balance-sheet was submitted by the secretary, Mr. D. Nicholson: To Capital ... .. £1720 0 0 Bank overdraft . 162 8 0 Outstanding cheques 2 1 0 ,. Secretary's salary .. 3 0 0 SMilk account .. .. 342 12 Italance, profit and loss 203 0 5 £2493 1 11 By Buildiug ... .. .. £844 11 9 ,, Plant.... .... 625 4 11 Milk cans .. .. .. 3 0 0 Cans due ...... 2 11 0 Outstanding account 191 10 3 Arrears of calls . 289 4 0 Cheese in stock ... . 537 0 0 £2493 1 1...

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THE TEMPERANCE QUESTION. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERANG TIMES.) [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 4 April 1890

THE TEMPERANCE QUESTION, (TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERsANG TIMES.) SIn,-The Rev. E. H. Scott's reply to my letter bearing the signature "Nephal" was painfully disappointing, and evidenced much unchristian language that one would expect to emanate only from some being that grovelled in a state below man's position, or from the trie inhabitants of the nether regions itself. I reasonably expected some effort would have been made to disprove my statements, or that some evidence would have been given to support the views enunciated in his published ser mon, but not the slightest attempt at refuta tion was shown. Whether from lack of ability or want of courage (the latter I believe to be the fact), it is not for me to affirm. If, as Mr. S. asserts, I made wild statements and drew false conclusions, how easy should have been the task to set me right, instead of his attempt to lead us off the subject by drawing the proverbial red herring across the track and informing your readers that the sign...

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HE IS COMING. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 4 April 1890

[TIEIS COMING. Ladies beware, and a fortune you'll share. For the lion of Beridigo'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; The profit (if any) draper Manning will reap, Represented by Montgomerie. Gentleinen 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; He 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.-MANNNG and Co., View Point, Sandhurst. . .·

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

VALEDICTORY. Ti [BY OUR OWN REPORTER.] On Wcdnesday evening a number of resi. dents from around Appin and several-from Kerang met together at the Appin Cheese Factory, to bid farewell to Messrs. J. How croft and W. J. Dunstan, two old residents, ro who, having leased their land, are leaving the district. The catering was left in the hands of the ladies living adjacent, who, it is almost un necessary to state, performed their part of the ceremony faithfully anl well. Those re taking the leading part in arranging the N. tables and providing the foond things, viz., L .Mesdames Dunstan and M'Naughton, and the re Misses Dunstan (3), Herdman, and W.od, in are deserving of the highest praise for the ,I maimer in which everything was carried out. al Fully one hundred persons were present. The chair was taken by Cr. Dunstan. who ai had on his right one of the guests, .1 r. How- CI croft, the other (Mir. W. J.Dunstan) being unavoidably absent. Cr. Cullen was on the left, and Cmr. M. Herdman, ...

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THE RABBIT QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 4 April 1890

THE RABBIT QUESTION.-A suggestion was made last week by a deputation from a number of shire councils to the Minister of Lands that the cost of exterminating rabbits on shire commons should be paid out of the consolidated revenue. Mr. Dow, after consideration of the sug gestion, has, we learn, decided that it is one which he cannot support. OPENeIN OF PARLIAMENT.--Tho forth coming session of Parliament is to be opened on the 21st of May. Mr. Gillies, when announcing towards the close of last session that the introduction of the Railway Construction Bill would be de ferred till the next session, prounised the House that Parliament should be called together in May instead of, as usual, in June.

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FOURTH PAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 4 April 1890

FOURTH PAoG.-On :our fourth page will be "found a number of auction and other advertisements. - OU, VATER SUPPLY.-The wanton manner in which our water supply is managed has always been a source of an noyanco, but of late it is' becoming unbearable. The bursting of pipes, of course an accidental occurrence, is now very frequent, and when'senh an accident `occurs those persons vested with the power immediately cut off the supply in the vicinity without even giving notice to those who are dependent upon the pipes for a supply for domestic or other pur poses. Yesterday was no exception to the rule. Shortly after noon the water was turned off, and it was not until about 9 p.m. that the supply was again avail able. Such procedure is to be strongly leprecatedI, inasmuch that if a fire oc curred there would be no means of ex tinguishing it, unless by more chance those who turned off the water were inunmmed inately at hand, which is rather the excep tion than the rule, at any rate when the w...

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TRAGOWEL PLAINS IRRIGATION & WATER SUPPLY TRUST. MINCHA, APRIL 3RD, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 4 April 1890

TRAGOWEL-L PLAINS IRRIGATION & WATER SUPPLY TRUST. `Br OUR OWNi REPORTEI.I [MINCHA, APRIr. 3RD, 1890. w! Present-Cmrs. Angus, Smith, Bur- re rows, Twigg, Richardson, Crawford, Mar tleet and Esler. In the absence of COmr. or Do Garis (chairman) Cmr. Bourrows was 'Y' elected to the chair. en The deputy returning officer (Mr. Bell) th reported the result of nominations for Nos. 2 and 4 Ridings, viz., that Mr. S. in Lang, the retiring commissioner, had been re-elected unopposed for the former rid ing, and Mr. B. C. Creed for No. 4, while Mr. Jas. Langford had been returned, also without opposition, to fill the extra- Y ordinary vacancy in the latter riding, tc caused by the resignation of Cmr. Moylan. 1t CORRESPONDENCE. It From the chairman, stating his inability, tl in consequence of pressing engagements, E to attend meeting. Received. iI From Cmr. Long. regretting inability I to attend meeting. Received. 0 From Water Supply Departmant, re- t1 ferring to trust's letter requesti...

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

CORRESPONDENCE. Conim lnlcatiI:l inltnrero for inrertlon in tlmo colnmrn -hlonbl hM n<l,1ri?l l to tlE Erlilor. Tile name an,1 dlre ro nf tile writer must he added, not nucilanril fotr inmllicatin tin. t as a tenaraltce ef gord fnithr. W hile we are at all times nitla tn re ceira llnI pulblrliil coerre rroenlence . allowing an alr onllrrt .If lItitrll, errr. -Itorrl t vritl tile rliel o jornmaltkr . 'eti do not Wild Ur?elr?I c respOnsilde ,z mer .lillll I.?rcsEJ.]

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SWAN HILL SHIRE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, APRIL 1. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 4 April 1890

SWAN HILL SHIRE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, APRIL 1. Present - Crs. Hughes (president), y Cullen, Patchell, IIastings. Ilorsfall, e1 O'Donnell, Yeo, Dunstan and Gray. Is The minutes of the previous monthly meeting and of the annual meeting wore )f road and confirmed. The finance committee recommended ' payment of accounts as follows ;-General X £1427 3s. Gd.; tramway, £182 10s. Id.; drainage loan account, £13318s. Adopted. - .EPOnrS. Tile rate-collector (Mr. J. O'Connor) d reported having collected rates as follows:- East LToddon Riding. current, £09 19s.; arrears, 1£21 10s.; West Loddon Riding, enrrent, £5 Os. 3d.; Lower Murray Riding, t current . £2 7s.; total, £129 5s. 3d. Re ) ceivetd. The treasurer (Mr. IR. Blaikie) reported as 0 follows :-The general account has a credit 0 balance of £81 Os. 3d, the sum of £4420 0 15s. Id. having been received since last 0 report. Tihe £4000 loan account has a 6 credit balance of £3957 5s. 3d.; loan account 5 has a credit balance of £29 1Is. 101. The - ...

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THE SHIRE ENGINEER. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 4 April 1890

THE SHIRE ENGINEER. At the meeting of the shire council on Tnesday last, Cr. Yeo pointed out that it was now time some action shoulrl be taken relative to the appointment of an engineer, T or some person to supervise the shire works, as Mr. Albrecht's term of office expired on the 4th inst. Ho did not think the shire needed an engineer for the pre sent,there beingno contracts ofimportance TI in handl. He considered, however, that some steps should be taken for the future supervision of the shire works. The president could not agree with Cr. Yeo. The council required an engineer (r to supervise their works. He did not believe in calling in a consulting engineer. It would cost the council more in theo end than if they paid. a permanent officer. 'However, as there were several works of importance in handl, he would move that Mr. Albrecht be asked to. conti:nue in office for a term of two months longer, at the same rate of remuneration as hitherto 01 ruling. n Cr. Gray seconded the moti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 4 April 1890

Auction Notices. SATURDAY, 5th APRIL, PI?lAnD HILL -ALI0 DAY. - IMPORTANT and ABSOLUTE SALE ,f 970 ACRES of Splendid LAND, near Pyramid Hill. JOHN WATSON & CO. H AVE received instructions from Mr. Geo. Mt. C:ant to sell hy auction, et. Mr. Thomas Watson's Victoria Hotel, Pyra mid Hill. at 3 o'clock p.m., on Saturday, 5th April, 1890, Lot 1.-Allot. 30, see. B. parish of Loddon. county of Gunhower, con taining 319a. :r. 37p. Theimprovi ments consist of post and 5 wins. subdivided into 3 paddocks; -10 acres are fallowed. It. adjoins the water supply dam, which is nevier failing, also the property of Mr. Isaac Watt. Lot 2.-Allot. 29. see. Vl, same parish an: county, containing 2S9a. 3r. 39p. The improvenlents are 2-roomt.l house, loose box,sheds. pi,~tyes. &r.. Re. Fencing post and 5 wires, sub divided into :a paddocks, good d::n. and adjoining water supply dam. The property adjoins. lot 1. Lot 3.-Allots. 50 and 52, see. II, same parish and county. containing 360i . sr. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 4 April 1890

APPROACHING SALES. Particulars of the following sales appear elsewhere : By Yeo, Taverner and Co.,.Ltd.-Saturday, April 5th, at Pyramid Hill, 3500 merino owes. Tuesday, April 22nd, important clear ing sale at Mr. T. M'Carty's selection, stock, farming implements, furniture, etc. By Buscombe, Moore and Co.-Wednes day, April 16th. at Dunmore farm, Yarra walla, farming implements, stock, furniture, etc. By J. Watson and Co.-Saturday, April 5th, at Pyramid, 970 acres land. Wnr resi.um DAF--If youea have failee to be cured elsewhere, write or apply to tb. Aural Clinic, 145.. Collins-street, .Melbournd Their 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 throughlout the civilised world. AavT.) :: NO T'I C E.? A S notified on our placards of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 4 April 1890

Special Adertisemenrs. - n tE DICL. n. DR T. Mi. AU TIN, PUBLIC VACCINATOR, I 1IAY be consulted Daily at hi. Surgery a Hawthorne's Buildings, VICTORIA STREET, KERANG. Vaccination suspended till the month of March. Medicines dispensed personally. a Lodge patients' consulting hours, 8 to 10 i a.m and 6 to 8 p.m. DR. HENRY STOKER, L.R.C.S.I., L.K.Q.C.I.L, L.M. Rotunda r Lying-in-Ilospital. and of Kings aund a Quen's College Physicians, Ireland. H AS commenced the practice of his Pr fession in Korane, anl may be con sulted at his residence, Victoria Street. Hours--Morning, 9 to li ; afternoon, 1.30 to 3.30 ; evening, 7 to S. tMay alsobe seen at Welch's lotel.itacorna, I Tuesdays, between the hours of 1.15 p.m t and 3.30 p.m., and at Koondlrook every alter nate Monday. between S and 9.10 a.m. 9275 DR. H. A. DER AVI?, M.B. (Late of the Bendigo Hospitr'. PUBITIC VACCINATO,. PYRAMID 1I!LL, H AS ,made arrangements to visit M.n corna every Friday and may be co. sulted there between the hours ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 4 April 1890

THE ._3CL.OTE IN .00.?. . .. ý . , ..ý:.ý..\ 'ý ,, . . TWEEDS COATINGS TWEEDS COATINGS. IBLUE and FANCY SERGES BLUE and FANCY SERGES. BLUE and FANCY SERGES. Bi1ue and Fancy Serges AND ENORMOU- STOCK OUR OWN IMPORTING. r HE Assortment of SPRIN and AL SUMMER GOODS is beyond doubt the best ever seen in the colonies. As usual we have a large staff of the Best Gutters & Woikmen IN VICTORIA. ALL WoOL TWEED5 .TEOI SERU (to order), .12s Gd. ALL WOOL TWEED SUITS (to order), 4Gs. WRITE FOR SAMPLES. Our Traveller Visits the District every Two Mont's. J. T. MIDDLETON, General iarnager. HOLLO WAY'S PILLS. Tris Groat Household Meadicine ranke emong. the leading necessarres of Life. 'These famous Pills Purify the BLOOD. and set most.powerfully, yet soo?hingly, on the LIVER,. STOMACH, KIDNEYS, And S)OW ELS, giving tore, energy, and vigour ? to thse serreot ?AIN SPRINGS OF LIFE rihe are confidently recommended as a never failing remedy in all cases wh.or the constitu tion, -from whatever cau...

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LATEST CABLEGRAMS. THE SITUATION IN RUSSIA. AFFAIRS IN PORTUGAL. THE LABOR QUESTION IN ENGLAND, RUSSIA IN THE BALKANS. THE TORNADO IN AMERICA. THE CHAFFEY IRRIGATION COLONIES FLOODS IN THE UNITED STATES. LABOR TROUBLES IN EUROPE. LONDON, March 31. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 4 April 1890

LATEST CABLEGRAMS. THE SITUATION IN RUSSIA. AFFAIRS IN PORTUGAL. THE LABOR QUESTION IN ENGLAND, RUSSIA IN THE BALKANS. THE TORNADO IN AMERICA. THE CIIAFFEY IlRRIGATION COLONIES FLOODS IN TIE UNITED STATES. LABOR.TROUBLES IN EUROPE. (FROI ARGUS AND AGE CORREUtSPONDENTS.) LONDON, March 31. The correspondent of the Daily Tele. gqieph at St. Petersbnrgh states that the Russian Government is panic stricken at the agitation for reform which has broken out among the Univesity students. The movement continues to spread. It is stated that the agitation was provoked by the accounts of th cruelties practised upon the prisoners banished to Siberia for political offences. The general elections for the Portuguese Chamber of Deputies have resulted in the return of a strong majority in fivor of the Ministry. Major Serpa Pinto, whose proceedings on the Zambesi led to the rocont difficulty with England. although - absent from Pdrtugal;'" was elected for Lisbon by an absolute majority. The Deck Labore...

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Kerang Times. Published Tuesdays and Fridays, WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. FRIDAY, APRIL 4, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 4 April 1890

Publishes Tuesdays and Fridays, WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMIENT. - ------------------ - FRIDAY, APRIL 4, Soo0. To SunsCRIBERS AND AnVERTISERS. Attention is again directed to the fact that, in accordance with our annual custom, the KERA?LG TIUES will not appear on Easter Tuesday. It will be published as usual on Friday next, 11th inst. LECTURE ON FRUIT-Gc.sr1ING.-Mr. Crichton, Government agricultural expert, delivered a lecture at the Mlurrabit Butter Factory, on Wednes day last, on the above subject. A full report, which did not come to hand in time for the present issue, will appear in due course. NEW INSOLVENTS.—Henry Snowden Saville, of Fitzroy, late of Pyramid Hill, farmer. Liabilities, £3505 10s.; assets, £3519; surplus, £13 10s. Hugh Cheyne, of Bridge-street, Sand- hurst, butcher. Libilities, £397 9s. 3d ; assets, £277 7s. 9d.; deliciency, £121 1s. 6d. Meetings were held on Tuesday at Sandhurst in the insolvent estates of William Bertram, con- tractor, and Charlotte Ilsley, char- woma...

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[TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERANG TIMES.] [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 4 April 1890

[To The EDITOR OF THE KERANG TIMES)   Sir,-In re the paragraph in your issue of Tuesday last, from your Cohuna correspon- dent, anent the buffalo being swallowed up by the hunters, as he did not appear when called upon sveral times by the chairman. The reason of my not attending the concert was a case of sickness in my family. My youngest child, who was to appear and take part in the concert, was taken seriously ill, and I though every moment I would have to take him to Kerang for medical atten- dance. At the conclusion of the concert a hearty vote of thanks was passed to the different persons who so kindly took part in the entertainment, which was responded to by the local schoolmaster in rather unkind terms in reference to those who were absent through some special cause. I only hope he will remain in our district for some future occasion; we shall then, probably, become better acquainted. I am sorry that I have to pass any comment on the lines penned by your Cohuna c...

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WHY REMAIN DEAF [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 11 April 1890

W\rie RESIIN DEAh-If you have O ailee to be cred elsewhere, write or apply to th. iirdil Clinic;145 Collins-street, Melbdurne Their new, scientific, entirely sucoesslul and painless Elcctroi-t\edieatio'trhe~itment com pletely cnres'Dcafness, Noises in!the Head, 'dischnrges, 'ctc. no mattcr of how long standing.' Ear drums no.longer,, necessary. Advice and descriptive pamphlet free. :N.B' --All our., appliances and remedies i are patented throughout' -the c ifiliieddiorld. .· 8 j, IIfE IS COMING.,, Ladies eioarei 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 discouint to all who cash Ingoods that're.bonest and lines that arc hheap,, Sterling value in all you must see; The profit ifany) draper Manning will reap, Reprc nted b' Montgomeride. Gestlemen he can u snit,'-'destroy branch Ya iid' root, Shoddy dealers, and would be chean houses, From the head to the foot, a good hat or a "boot ,o , ...

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