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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 15 April 1890

CORRESpON DENCE. [C".mmnlnlcations ltcended ror Incertlon stn thee column hoohld be addreao1~ to the Edliur. The name nae address of the writer meot hie adtded.;not necesnnrily fur ublicentioun, ht no a Ounarnted of good faith. Whllcrwe areat alt time. giad to re ceiva anno publish I correop oidenco. allowing no amount of latitode coneisteot nith the rules ."f jonrnulisn. weO do nun Ihold ourae.ln rqco.lneih'e for any opinions eepremacd.]

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
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MILDURA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 15 April 1890

MILDURA. (FRoM OUR owN CORRESPONDENT.) A large number of persons availed themeelves of the excursion facilities iur= ing the Easter holidays, and the town has been full of strangers. The s.s. Ruby had a full passenger list on Saturday. On Monday the s.s. Gem brought 35 .more. The lHon: George Young, member for the North-western Province in the Legislative Council, was on board. the Gem, and on Tuesday evening addressed his constitý uents. He referred to the work of last session, and expressed sntisfactiorin at the passing of the Rabbit and Malice Act. The latter he especially faivored. He re gretted that the Irrigation Ameidment Bill lhad been thrown out through the opposition of certain metropolitan'mem bers, but hoped that it would pass next session. What hle had seen at Mildlira exceeded his most sanguine expiectations, and lie was astonished at the great dle velopment of the place. A Railwisy Bill would be introduced nest session, and he held out overy. hope that the linoe to Mi...

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THE TEMPERANCE QUESTION. [TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERANG TIMES.] [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 15 April 1890

THE TEMPERANCE QUESTION.;, ITo TnE Enrron or Tni KEOA7NO ThiEs LJ Sia,-I ieside in tihe bush, and have read with amazement the ies'. E. H. Scott's sermon on Temperance. I have practised abstinence fdr 50 years, and always thought I was on the right track, but his statements have quite staggered me. I have not received the classical, education 'Ir. Scott, in his letters, would have us believe he has-for in his reply to "Nephal" he mentions Hebrew -but I have read a good deal on the subject from the pen of such meiin as Drs. Richard son, Carpenter, Norman i'Lcod, i. IR. Lees, Sir Henry Thompson, besides a score of other writers, and somehow I still think I must be right, more especially when I read the re sults of the life assurance societies, who separate the non-abstainers from the abstainers, and find the life of the latter very much 'longer. It would be very gratifying, howerer,ito know Mr. Scott is right, because a glass of wine or brandy is so good, and, being the "fair fallen a...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 15 April 1890

CRICKET. On Saturday afternoon a cup match took place on the ground behind the Bank of Victoria, between the Gordons and the Trades, and resulted in an easy victory for the former by an innings and 40 runs. The following are the scores: Goanoxs.--First Innings.-Crano, b J. Helms, 53; Walker, b J. Scriven, 4; M. Wood, not out, 32; T. Guy, b J. Turner, 3; C. Vallance, b Morcy, 18; Goblinig,. b Morey, 0; Herdman, b Helms, 0; A. Mann, b Helms, 0; sundries, 6; total (batting 3 short), 116. TanDES.-First innings.-Helms, a and b Manni, 0; Aitken, b Mann, 6; Janies; b' Walker, 8; Turner, b Guy, 1; Morey, b lMann, 8; Foyeter, a Wood b Mann, .1; Mitchell, b Mann, 0; R. Stewart, b Guy, 0; Mockett, . Guy, 0; Scriven; b Mann, 0; Houston, not out, 0; sundries, 9; total, 33. Second Innings.- Morey,; b Guy, Ill; Houston, b Guy, 7; James, o Vallance, b Guy; 0; Aitken, b Guy, 5; Turner, a Crane b'Guy, 0; 0Helms, b Wood, 3; Foyster, , Guy, 83 Mitchell, c anrid b Guy, 3; Scrivens, bWood, 0: B. Stewart,...

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OPENING OF THE KOONDROOK TRUST'S PUMPING PLANT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 15 April 1890

OPENING OF THE KOONDROOK Vi TRUST'S PUMPING PLANT. (CBY OUl OWN REPORTER.) On Wednesday last the pumping plant of the Koondrook Irrigation and Water 1i Supply Trust was opened officially by Mr. J. H. M'Coll, M.L.A. It was not in tended that the plant should be opened on C? that diay, but Mr. M'Coll,.who happened of to be n the district, hearing- that the tr commissioners were to pay a visit to the plant, decided to inspect it - also. When 5B the commissioners put, in an appearance ua they found Mr. M'Coll in attendance, andtl a it was agreed amUongst those on the ogroundsi that theyshould take advantageoftlhat gen tleman's presence and askhim to christen e' the engilne and declare the works open, S Preparations were lhastily. mado, atnd B several of tihe residents, hearing of the in- S tention, put in an appearance, the cere. In mnony being witnessed by about 30 or 40 ri persons. Mr. M'Coll, in addressing them, 5 said he was greatly pleased at being * chosen, to open the works. Ho' ...

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NINYEUNOOK. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 15 April 1890

NINYEUNOOK. (rnooM ova owN coI[ I(nYnnrPo.o.)ý It is so long since I wrote you that I am'almost'ashamed to do0 so now, but the busy period. jst passed must be my apology for hot baring told your readers bofore how the little world around Niu= younobok is progressing. Though it. is April we still have the threshing inachiics in full work around us, lthaLt is whenever the weather permits theimr to operate. Sucha large proportion of the crops in this district wore laid down with rhe rain and wind whei they werd jest about ripe, that many of tihem trail to . be cnt with the reapers and "hinders,' conse quantly the threshing machines have a lot of work to do. We have, now within tlih 1iarishes of Qiiainbatook' Towamnie and Ninyeunnook six tlhreshers at work,and it will be fully another fortnight before they are finished. To give ran idea of the crops cut, I nimay state that a neighbor of mine has had a thrtesher at' work oni his farmusfor the'past three weeks and has still two or three d...

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STATE OF THE RIVERS. HEIGHT ABOVE SUMMER LEVEL. [BY TELEGRAPH.] Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 15 April 1890

oiSTA TEtOF7 7THEr/RIVERB. ikal tr,·ro are' `a ischra b H)r nir no. -- -EmRas S3( ctHrud r AD: Sunur°uý LYTELEGREAPHI S Monday. .!un;A ·ft. j"in. Echuca ., 0. on ~ 6 tSwan Hilz .°TL "J .9"... ri* 8 2 Eusto z- . 8 I . 2 4 ..G(ouLtnton. "Inynour . . O, 4 "°\IrRRUI~n0DOEE. Ihalttnald . u L 5 Ic t1enindie 21i 5. 8 ...W tve artvlot i...:..9.. ... 9 tri),TIe 3 nnia i "L). v*-*ir:'"" I

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APPROACHING SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 15 April 1890

APPROACHiNG SALES. Partienars of the followinig 1ssappear elsewhere:- . ,<, Bly Yeo, Taverner and Co., Ltd.-Tuesday, April 22nd, important clearing sale at Mr. T. MICarthy' selection, stock,' farmingi imple. ments, furniture, etc. April 25th, at their bazaar. 900 acres agricultural laud. fly Buscombe, Moore and Co.-Wcdnes day, April 16th, at Dunmoro farm, Yarra walla, farming implements,'stock, furniture, etc.. - By B. O'Neill and Co.-Wednes lay, April 16th, monthly stock sale, Pyramid Hill. Thursday, April.17th. at Macorna.' Mrire, 0' lIonnell'e selection, stock, furniture, etc. By .I, G. Stewart.-Friday, 25th April, at Wee Wee iup, 320 acres land. By E. 8. Maxivell.-April 18th, at his rooms, buggies, harness, furniture,' etc. '

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CHRISTMAS EVANS' STRANGE DREAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 15 April 1890

CaarIsTAs Evwas' STRANGE DREAn; t Christmas Evans, the famous WVelsh E preacher.. towards the end of his days, a labored to advance the temperance reforms- ii tion. A brother minister who." condemsed d not himself in the things which he allowed," e could not be brought over to the total absti. ti neonce system. Christmas polished an 'arrow and put it in his quiver ready for use. He was appointed to preach; and, as usual, there were gatherings from far and near to hear him. IMr. W-, of A-, the minister P alluded to, was there also; but, as if in an- f ticipation of an attack, he at first said he a: should not be present whilst Evans reached n not stay away. By-and-by he crept up into 'A the gallery, where the preacher's eye-for he v hald but one-which had been long searching a for him, at length'discovered him. All went n on " as usual" until the time came when the arrow might be drawn, which was done slily anil unperceived. "I had a strange dream s thi othler night," said the preach...

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ANNIVERSARY TEA MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 15 April 1890

'.ANNIVERSARY TEA MEETING. [ Ry a Kenasofrs.]* l' Rearig'it freel mentioned about the own during the previous week or so that a htrch anniversary ten meeting was to be teld at Tragowel on W-dnesday, 2nd inst., I esolv'edto runtdown andosee for myself how hese gatlherings are managed on the plains. lie visitors from Kerang, who mustered in ;trouglorce,.left by' the'5'p.metrain, and ifter the usual slorw, cumbersome engine had lone its work wecwerd duly deiosited at the ragowel railway station, and there found several comfortable buggies;witlSilie spank ing steeds attached, ready.,and waiting to conveyAris: thltplace of: meeting. After a pleasant, cool drive of half-an-hour, we found ourselves at the clihurch. In due course our turn came to take our places at the nicely laid-out tables; isnd the result oftlie bracing drive aeroissethlt plains was quite a scatter iiamongst the good things provided.. One glancenround was sufficient to prove that our 'Trhgowel friends are no iovices at e...

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COHUNA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 15 April 1890

: COHUNA (aROM OUR OW'n CORrE5tONDENT) The last month's rain gapei us i splen did sfiilpy-4-- ,inches 15 ipoints. It is to bo hoped the grasshopper plague will get, a chlecik;they havebeeoon devouring overytlhing green, even the capethorn hedges. The number of eggs deposited, nuless dostroyed thiroughi the, winter's rains, will']leavi'a supply for next spring that will iterally bring fiarmers faco to face with a numerousanid psowerful'aheisny: lThi Coluins Cre'mery Company re cenijyheld its half iyarly mceting at the resideince of i M.axwesll,,Coltniia. There was a very fare littendance, 105 shares being repros nted. MIr.EI. Adams. occo p'ied' the chair.. Tlhe secretary- of the company .(Mr. Kirwan) read the report t..nd-b' ,htimS,~ shlest sloisit. on thi' motion of Mr. Gibbits, seconleti bviSIr'uiimpter, were approveil and adopted. The retiring directors were Messrs' Strachan, Isaict antid Maxwiell. The latter, towting' to ill health, declined to be nominated. The following wore pr...

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VISIT OF IRRIGATION TRUST COMMISSIONERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 15 April 1890

VISIT OF'.- IRRIGA ON TRUST COMMISSIOrERS. Several of the comsLtintrs ef th-. A Rodney Irrigation Tri4 with the 0engi neer, Mr. IllMrr.ay, nud e secretary, Mr. Carey, who are at proepse making a tour war of inspectioii of the inherent iirigstioim trusts already formued, fr the prtipose of s gaining -information rasarding -the boa' net and cheapest methodl of .construction, pro after paying a visit to f oe of the works tars situated in the Tragovl Trust area, anl Ma examining the weir bulew Kerang, left fir if Swan Hill on Satnrdl: evening. Mr. I. e Huglhes, J.P., presideit of the Swan fill the Shire anil chiirmnnn f-e the Swan Hill for Irrigation Trest; met tihe party at the railway station antcnnducted them to Scott's Hotel. Thlisext day Mr. Hiughes was again to the foe, andi had convey ancesready to condlst the party overi the st Swai Hill IrrigationTrust's works. After. wi inspecting the headvorks, aid muakling a close examination i some of the stops, sluices, etc.; a visit was -...

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LATEST CABLEGRAMS. PRINCE BISMARCK'S RESIGNATION. ENGLAND AND EGYPT. MURDERS IN MOROCCO. THE IRISH LAND PURCHASE BILL. THE VICTORIAN LOAN. RACING IN ENGLAND. THE ROWING CHAMPIONSHIP. H.M.S. CALLIOPE AT PORTSMOUTH. AFFAIRS IN GERMANY. THE INFLUENZA IN EUROPE. MR. STANLEY'S EXPLORATIONS. LONDON, April .8 [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 15 April 1890

LATEST CABLEGRAMS. PRINCE BISMARCK'S RESIGNATION. ;ENGLAND AND EGYPT. MURDERS IN MOROCCO. TEE IRISH LAND PURCHASE DILL. [ THE VICTORIAN LOAN. RACING IN ENGLAND i TIE.ROWINGC HAMPIONSHIP. H.M.S. CALLIAOPE AT POIITSMOUTH. i AFFAIRS IN GERMANY. THE INFLUENZA IN-EUROPE. -IBiliSTANLEY'S EXPLORATIONS. (aox Aous iGUSADAGE OORRESPONDENTS.) LONDON, April .8 -An anonymonu pamphlet which has just been plblished in Berlin,trelating to the resignation of Prince Bismarck, has created I ?considerable sensationi. It 'asserts that i the Emperor William and General Caprivi, who has been appointed to succeed Prince Biamireik ais Clihncellor of the empire; are both members of a secret body known as the "League of Patriots," which was formed with the object of bringing about ,a nisnoni of the'differenat sections of the Liberal party (whose members havealways been atrong opponnts ofA Prince Bis marelo); in order to make an effective opposition to the Socialists. The writer5 further asserts that Pirince B...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 15 April 1890

FORTUNES IN VEGETABLES. HOW TO MAHB MONEY OUT OF SUNrSHINE AND WATER. A LVQrATIVE EDUSTBT-GROW ING GOLD. THE WERRIBEE IRRIGATION LANDS Are now enpplied with WATER PLOWING ABOVE THE SUBRFACOE. The Estat, imder the nanpgement pf MEBBBS. HAIFFEY, offers bo Oultivatore 1 , WBRnaT SOWh, A 9BTANT WATEBB R SUPPLY, ~ 8EW BEST hIAMPLB OF IBRIGA All pita . heetr$opolian Area. Thus giving readj aeces to an Illimitable Marske. IANDS LEASED OR SOLD. >plym. td urobes Monqe .preod owa, Mabe Years. Annual Instl mer fron d£1 4. Od. per Aare wideth S muob Ise tben the rent and walse oese pasi on oenliary ligatoed zmaes gazdens. W elowreCal la Piiin Pakiophlet., and arnarmarra ma~oleason organs;: SWANSTON STREBT. MaEBOuRNE. INSPEOT THE PROPEBTY. Wahs he. 1o0P a... Train aiy day som ' p.aier Street A'BWg wvIi be aS She Weudbee Sta-ou so Sakbeyso ower thei J[ADIVAUTAQNS OP OTY AND BUBAL 2Wem COmunED.n Trade Adreases. THE KERANG TIMES PUBLISHING COMPANY. LIMITED, VICTORIA STREET KERANG. IMPORTANT A NN...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 15 April 1890

p/anted. WT'ANTED, Good Kitchen MAID. Apply J. J. CADUSCLI, Commercial Hotel, KIerang. 801l W IDOW wants a situation as Cook on a el station in New South Wales.. Apply n at this office: ' 805 ii A FIRST-CLASS Waitress required for '7 the Gilbert Club Llotel. S00 3M. GREGORY. W ANTED, good smart Lads as appren tices to the coalehbuildmg trade. Apply Kirk's Coach Factory, Wellington street. 787 WANTED KNOWN. /f'CALLUM'S,Gunmaiker,Williamson-st., '1 Sandhurst. is the best place to get work done well at a reasonable price, also to buy f Guns and Ammunition.. Second-hand guns bought, sold or exchanged. Correspondence t by post promptly attended to. a 725 f Notices.. - - NOT ICE. DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. ITHE Paitnership hitherto existing be Stween George Robert Fligiht and James - Flight, tradiing' under the style or name of G. R.'and J.' Flight, Carriers, Kerang, has this day been dissolved by mutual consent. All accounts due to or bythe above firm will be received and paid by G. B: ...

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GORDON SHIRE COUNCIL. DURHAM OX, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 15 April 1890

GORDON SHIRE COUNCIL I rca t Of DUiRau O-, WEDFSDtT , AY PI, m. \VO Present: Ors. Kei y(prosidelt), Bear, ; Andtrew, Barunes, Mailone, Ninon, Kenip cli sn= I'Gitlivray. - The minutes of the previous meeting were readt and confirme d. ,Jl ` W CoRiesrowicNsci:. ,` u From Departmentof Lands and Survey, stating that some of tho,petitions.for wire. ý hioiting were not in accordance with ie ? provisions of the act, and giving particu lars as to piroiper mode of application. Cr. Pr Malone moved that -thesecretorye6niutre th if the wire netting could..bo secured at the cheap rate stated in the press to haveben co obtainedI by Mr. Shiels in England; in b the meantime completed petitions to Ie h forwarded. Secondedl by Cr. M'Gilliray and carried.' Fromi G. Mole, Lake Marmal, objeting P to secure anty. wire netting. Received. From ; M. B trnes, Senr., Woodsidse, statinig his unwillingness to purchase any wire' netting, the oprice being too high. Received. From P. dPIvor, : Ninycunook, with ref...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 15 April 1890

Special Adertisemenrs. MEDICAL. ;:DR T. kL AUSTIN, PUBLIC VACCINATOR, c [AY be consulted Daily at his Surgery Hanwthorne's Buildings, VICTORIA STREET, KERANG. Free Vaccination every Friday, from 10 i a.m. to 12 noon. 1 Medicines dispensed personally. Lodge patients' consulting hours, 8 to 10 ] a.m and 0 to 8 p.m. DR. HENRY STOKER, t L.R.C.S.I., L.K.Q.C.P.I., L.M. Rotunda , Lying-in-Hospital, and of King's and I Queen's College Physicians, Ireland. H AS commenced the practice of his Pro fession in Kerang, and may be con- 1 sulted at his residence, Victoria Street. 1 Houre-Morning, 9 to 11; afternoon, 1.30 to 3.30; evening, 7 to 8. May also beseen at Welch's Hotel,Macorna, Tuesdays, between the hours of 1.15 p.m 1 and 3.30 p.m., and at Koondrook every alter nate Monday, between 8 and 9.30 a.m. 0275 DR. H. A. DERAVIN, M.B. (Late of the Bendigo Hosp!'al), PUBLIC VACCINATOR; PYRAMID HILL. AS made arrangements to visit Ma corna every Friday and may be coi saulted there between the hours o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 15 April 1890

Trade Addreuee. THE - WHOLESALE CLOTHING CO. TWEEDS COATINGS B a' sh end ANY ErtJGE . 1 dd a r, ý_' l ýtriet G ecogorýY . ý ý Y01ý"Shyld. ~1 `*** f Ki~t. P/i " s." F;: OUR OWN IMOTIG oý..mlý .ý ""^ rTH Aeoteto BRN n * 0· U R Oe beon doubt t be r As ned ehae alre tf- o h TWEEDS COATINGS o TWEEDSOL COATINBS TWEEDSr COATINGS TWEEDS C UOATINGoS. BLUE and FANCY HEROES. BLUE' and FANCY SEROES. iBLUE and FANCY HEROES. Blue and Fancy Serges ENORMOUS STOCK. o ' OUr OWN IMPORTING. a the Aleortment of SPRING and u BUSME GOODSs l byond doubtO msbet over seen in the colonies. lt A O.enl we have a lsrge tff of the G Best Ctters a Tork n INGS s IN VICTORIA. L TWEEDO TWEED TINGSERS BLe o a onsdetly reNoY ME RGS .v ALL WOOL~ TWEED SUITS '(to bb order), 4Cc. Oalr Traveller Visits the District every p.re Trwo Mond.the. r odrul , T. MlIDDLETON, a lUEoeneral anaN SgerE. HOLLOWAY'S OPILLS. ME . IBluearhn and Falnoy Proerges ar k Ces nousehold Medicine Wrans. aon: the leadrie neof BAD s, of Lire. Thefmolu...

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Kerang Times. Published Tuesdays and Fridays. WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. TUESDAY, APRIL 15, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 15 April 1890

Published Tuesdays and Fridays, WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. TUESDAY, APRIL 15, 1890. caccDENT.-On Saturday last a very painful accident occurred to Mr. Jno. Meharry,of the Lower Loddon. It ap pears that he was leading a horse down t to water, when the rope got twisted around the middle fingers of the right hand, and the horse, pulling back, almost dragged the top of the finger off. The patient was brought into Kerang and attended by Dr. Stoker, who had to amputate the fractored limb: The patient is now getting on as well as can be cx neated. Fsa -PorsoNINe.-On Tuesday last a case of fish poisoning occurred in the town, which, although at one time as somed a very serious aspect, fortunately terminated without any fatal result. It seems that Mr. Benjamin Roberts, his wife, and adopted child, who reside in Kerang, ate some tinned lobster for their tea. Some time afterwards the three were affected with vomiting, and Mr. Roberts managed to go for Dr. Stoker, who was soon in attendance on the...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 15 April 1890

MARRIAGE. PIPPIN-SHAW.-On the 7th April, by the Rev. E. H. Scott, at "Woodlands," the residence of Mr. W. Pippin, James Pippin, of Barr Creek, to Rebeeca Jane Shaw.

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