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PINE HILLS IRRIGATION AND WATER SUPPLY TRUST. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 16, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 18 April 1890

PINE HILLS IRRIGATION AND WATER SUPPLY TRUST. (BY OUR OwR REL'POnTEn.) WTFNDESDAY, APRIL 10, 1890. The usual monthly meeting of the above trust was held at the chairman's residence on the above dato. Present: Cmrs. Fer guson (chairman), Morrison, Yeo, Caduseh and Hamilton. The minutes of the previous meeting, as re:d, were confirmed, on: the motion of Cmr. Yeo, seconded by Cmr. Hamilton. Mr. J. H. M'Coll, MH.P., wrote intimat ing that he had arranged for a deputation friom the trust to be receivedi by Mr. Deakiu next week (23rd inst.) A vote of thanks was passed to Mr. I'Coll for his exertions in the matter. Accounts amounting to £7 8s. were passed for payment, on the motion of Omr. Yeo, seconded by Cmnr. Morrison. One item, £4 10s.,.auditor's expenses, was ordered to stand over, .the commissioners considering the amount excessive, and the secretary was instructed to eniquire as to its correctness or otherwise. . On the motion of Cmr. Yeo, secondedl by Cumr. Hamilton. it was resolve...

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 18 April 1890

CORRESPONDENCE.,'' EnmmunllctatIrnc itended for lnsertfim jn thles column should be odrL4ee l thi E iToe. The namne ntll naddres of the writer mOut le, miled, net necesoarly for poblicatiln, litas na goononioo of good foith. While we are at nil timne. gldl ho oo OiVO 00.ll publbol, corrrepolelie.Oe. allooebog ao amouoot of. otitodo conouijotet orith the obcos or journolinm. we do not hilt ouroololt f repoonible fur any ojdoiooo eeproeoted.

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THE AGRICULTURAL INTERESTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 18 April 1890

THE AGRICULTURAL INTERESTS. • ?-~--. A ideputation, consisting of Mr. Shackell, Mr. Officer, Mr. Murray, Mr. Cheatham, Mr. Anderson, Mr. M?Lennan andl Mr. Webb. Ms.L.A.. waited on the Minister of Lands and Agrienlture on Thursday last, and asked have tile. ltu fl~ ipiaeasary stepss to have thie agricultural interests, wllich were now the most important in the colony. pro perly recognised by the state by establishing an agricultural department, presided over by a responsible minister, who should hold no other portfolio, and by the appointment of a permanent secretary, such as other Government departments possessed. The deputation remarked that the department of Agriculture should no longer he subservient to the Lands department, as it had " played second fiddle to that department quite long enough," and the time for its severance and its creation as a separate and independent department of the state had now arrived. They disclaimed any desire to reflect on the administration of Mr. D...

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LOCAL MAIL SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 18 April 1890

LOCAL ,Atrr SEnovtE.-The following is the copy of a communication received from the Post Office and Telegraph De. partment by Mr. J. H. M'Coll, M.P.: " Referring to previous correspondence on the subject, I have the honor to state that tenders will be invited and received up to noon on the 29th inst. for alternative services as follow :-To the 30th' Jine, 1893, viz., to and from Kerang and Row ley's, via Cheese Factory, two ldays a week, or to and from Koondrook and Cheese Factory, via Rowley's, two days a week. OlIAtITABLE PERFonaRIANCE.-As most of our readers are aware, the unfortunate man Cash,who, while engaged on the rails way line, sustained very severe injuries, necessitating his removal to the Swan Hill hospital, expired in tliat' institution a few days ago, leaving a widow and three children totally unprovided for. As the poor woman is sadly in need of immediate pecuniary assistance,it hasb'eehn deided: to give a performance in, Kerangfor her benefit on Friday evening iiext...

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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 18 April 1890

:'FOOTBALL. MB HIGH KIctx.n.l The football season is riowaipproachinga and I expect that some interestingmatches will take place during the next .few months. Tic.two old clubs, the Imperials and the Rovere, have held meetings and appointed officers, so I anticipate that very shortly:we will see some:practice. --Last- year the inatches for the cnp caused a good deal of excitement, and it is to be hoped that o e generous donor will this year repeat the gift. It would be a good plan, however, if a cup is presented, tlhat it be played for under the amine conditions as,those adopted by the district cricket clhibs, viz., that it be open to all clubs within a certain radius and that an assno. ciation be formed, comprised of delegates from each club in the district. to iraw iup roles nnder which-all the matches should be played. At present only three clcnbs are in existence, namely, the Imperials, Rovers and Swan Hill, but I think if a cup were offered that clubs would soon be formed at ,Ma...

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STATE OF THE RIVERS. HEIGHT ABOVE SUMMER LEVEL. [BY TELEGRAPH.] Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 18 April 1890

STATE OF THE RIVERS. HEIGHT AROVE SU3MMER LEVEL. 1BY TELEGRAPIIH. Thursday. MURAYT. ft. in.. Albury ... .. .. 1 0 Rchuca .. .. .. 4 a Swan Hill .. . 3 2 Eusto., .. .. .. 2 4 G ' '""ourmurx. Snymour .. .. .. 0 4 IURRItUMBIDGEE. VWagga .. . ..3 0 Ray .. .. .. 6 6 Ialranald .. .. ... 8 5; DARLINo. Monindie .. .. .. 25 5 Wentworth .. .. ... 9 9 Wilcannia .. .. ;. 30 5

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COMMERCI NTELLIGENCE. KERANG FLOUR MILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 18 April 1890

COMMERCI. NTELLIGENCE. KERSNG FLOUR MILL. Mr. Thos. Hall reports the price of hl:eat as follows:-Fair milling to prime 2s lid to 3s 2d.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 18 April 1890

Trade Addresses. LHE WIH )LESALE r LOTHING. CO. I . . er , TWEEDS COATINGS TWEEDS COATINGS TWEEDS COATINGS TWEE.DS COATINGS. BLUE and FA.NCY SERGES BLUE and FANOY SERGES. BLUE and FANOY SERGES. Blue and Fancy Serges AND , . ENORMOyUS STOCK. OUR OWN IMPORTING. S BLUHE Assortment ofCY SPRINandGES S SUMMER GOODS is beyond doub the beet ever seen in the colonies. ' As usual we hav a large staff of theg Best Cutters & Workmen IN VICTOI STOCK. 1t ALL WOOL TWEED TROUSERS (to order), of12s PRIN. n ALER WOOL TWEED SUITS (toond doubt order), 4Ga. WRITE FOR SAMILES. Othe Traveller Visits the District every s usu Two Months. of the J. T. MIDDLETON, ct General Manager. 8 HOLLOWAY'S PILLS. ales t Household.Medicine ranks ameng. the leading necessars of Life. SWOOL T ED SUITS (to b Thse famousrd Pills urify the BLOOD, and mOut powerfully, yet soothe Dingly,on the LIVER, TOMAH, DDLETON , BOWELS, giving e to nergy, and vgour t i to these great MAIN SPRINGS OF LIFEng they are confidently reco...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 18 April 1890

FORTUNES IN VEGETABLES. HOW TO MAKE MONEY OUT OF SUNSHINE AND WATER. A LUCRATIVE NDUSTRY--GROW ING GOLD. THE WERRIBEE IRRIGATION LANDS Are now supplied with WATER FLOWING ABOVE THE SURFACE. S?bhe Itate, under a management of MESSRS. CHAFFBY, offers to Onl ivators 191 W1QuBwT SOIL, A Q~tSTAT WATSnI SUPPLY, THU BEEST EAMPLI OF IRRIIGA All vitM the Metropolitan Area. Thus giving ready access to an Illimitable Market. LAND~ LEASED OR3 OLD. Paymnt? of Purchase Money spread oar I!een Years. Annual Instal an?e from £10 14. 6d. per Aero whLh is mush lass than the rent and wates sates paid on ordinary irrigated mrkei ga?rdee. Waite or Om for Plan., Pamphlets, and oher psatiolars at ~CIAJBDS IBBIGATION OFFIBSB, 8WANSTON STRERT, M . ELBOUBNE. . INSPPECT THE PROPERTY. Take the 30. a.m. Train any day from Spewer Street. A Buggy will : a the Wer'i( ribee Statio to take yo over the Ditate. ADVAJTAGES OF CITYAND BURAL LIFE COMBINED. Trado Addresses. THE KERANG TIMES PUBLISHING COMPANY, ].IMITED, VI...

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MARQUIS HILL IRRIGATION AND WATER SUPPLY TRUST. KERANG, APRIL 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 18 April 1890

MARQUIS HILL.IRRIGATION AND * WATER SUPPLY TRUST. KEnRAxo, APRIL 14. The ordinary meeting of thile above trust was held at the trust office, Victoria-street, on the above date: Present-C--mrs. Davey (chairman), Hawthorne, Baird, Turner and Taverner. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDEyCE. From Messrs. Connelly and Tatchell, trust's solicitors, relative to purchase of land. Received. From G. S. Perrin, Conservator of Forests, requesting information as to what had been done with parcel of trees for warded for distribution in October last. Secretary to supply information. SUII-CO311ITTErt REPORtT. The committee appointed to deal with the allocation of liabilities in connection with the works of the Swan Hill Shire Waterworks Trust submitted the follow. ing report: We beg to state that we have considered the report on the works of the Swan Hill Shire Water Trust by Messrs. Howden and Witton. and make the following recommen dations: 1. That M'Ravey's ...

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LATEST CABLEGRAMS. ENGLAND AND PORTUGAL. SOCIALISM IN FRANCE. MASSACRE OF PORTUGUESE TROOPS. AFFAIRS IN EUROPE. THE SOUDAN. THE IRISH LAND PURCHASE BILL. THE LABOR QUESTION. THE VICTORIAN LOAN. THE REVOLUTIONARY MOVEMENT RUSSIA. A FASTING FEAT. THE EGYPTIAN DEBT. POLITICS IN ENGLAND. London, April 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 18 April 1890

LA TEST CABLEGRAMS.: . ENGLAND.AND PORTUGAL. SOCIALISM IN FRANCE. MASSACRE OF' PORTUGUESE TROOPS. AFFAIRS IN EUROPE. TIIE SOUDAN. THE IRISH LAND PURCHASE BILL. TIHE LABOR QUESTION. THE VICTORIAN LOAN. THE REVOLUTIONARY MOVMEIENT IN RUSSIA. A FASTING FEAT. THE EGYPTIAN DEIrT. POLITCS .IN ENGLAND. (FROM ARGUS AND AGE CORRESPONDENTS.) LONDON, April 12. News has been received from Mozamn bique Ithat the Port uguese authorities there have forbidden the traders to supply provisions to the British men-of war. The Economist in to-day's issue deals at length with the new Victorian loan, and the whole subject of Victorian borrowing. It urges that/ investors ought to, show mlore than ordinary caution in the present instance. More financial ability is neces sary at the Victorian Treasury than the I colony now possesses there, and it is necessary that the political jobbery which is complained about in the colony itself should be checked. The state, it urges, ought to derive more internal capital...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 18 April 1890

T ANTED; Good Kitchen MAID. Apply J. .. CADUSCII, Commercial Hotel, Keralig. 801 T[TIDOW wants a situition as Cook on a 'V station.in New Soutlh Wales. Apply at this office. 805 A FIRST-CLASS Waitress required for the Gilbort Club Hotel. So0o M. GREGORY. 'T ANTED, Two Thousand Split POSTS for wire fencing. Sizoel-Six feet six inches long and eight inches by four inches thick. Apply, stating price per hundred de livered at South Kerang, to 808 .E. HOLLOWAY & DRAKE. W " ANTED, good smart Lads as appren 'V tices to the coachbuilding trade. Apply Kirk's Coach Factory, Wellington street. 787 WANTED KNOWN. MIr'CALLUM'S,GOunnmker,Williamson-st., Sandhurst, is the best place to get work done well at a reasonable price, also to buy Guns and Ammunition. Second-hand guns boueht, sold or exchanged. Correspondence by post promptly attended to.' 725 Notices. SHIRE OF SWAN HILT;. S NOTICE. "PETITIONS for wire-netting for rabbit A proof fencing must be lodged with the undersigned on or befo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 18 April 1890

W. J. W. P-AC J:'L, GENERAL TORE;KEEPEE, WINE and SPIRIT MEROIIANT NOL&N STREET, KERANG FRES11 SEASONARLE GOODS con ,tantly arriving, which are offered at grtt'y educedprice.- Insyestion invited. SEA FOAM. The new Specific for NEURALGIA and HEA DAC '.: E. INSTANT RELIEF. W. J. WV. PATCIIELL, Kerang SADDLERY AND HARNESS J. COARROLL & CO., VICTORIA STREET, KERANG, BEG to announce to the inhabitants of Kcrang and surrounding Districts that they have now thoroughly re-organised the manufacturing department of the business recently purchased by them from Messrs. Tsverger Bros., and are prepared to execute any orders entrusted to them in the VERY BEST and LATEST STYLE. an-I fully equal, both in PRICE and QUALITY, to anything from Melbourne. Special attention is called to their Break ingand Stock Saddles, whiche cannot be .equalled for strength, durability and safety. Also to their Ladies' Saddles, which they warrant safe for the horse and comfortable .for the. rider. All s...

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THE TEMPERANCE QUESTION. [TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERANG TIMES.] [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 18 April 1890

THE TEMPERANCE QUESTION. [TO THEn Entron or THc KERASo T~I?ES.]? Smt,-Evidentlythe Rev..E. II.,Scott has a little discrimination in the use of language d when lihe asserts that blasphemy, as in aferred, and contained in his reply to myh first letter,. was.. only an- excess of play lulness. If this is the spirit in which he y deals with serious and important questions, p1 I wonder not that little sympathy is it expressed with his efforts in doing good. a! Consistency and truth should be pre- ci eminent in ministers. Mr. Scott endeavors ac to wriggle-out of defending his views, like ci the drowning man, clutching aniy straw to fi save himself, and this word " Ncphal" seems r to be tlle only hope 3Ir. Scott has. Anoni- b mity as a rule prevents personalities, which generally prevail with some minds when they I have a bad cause to protect. Not pretending to have all the dead languages at my dis- C posal, nor time to waste on them, I contented myself by giving the authors of certain ii w...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 18 April 1890

DEATH. McDonald.-On the 4th April, at Albert Park, South Melbourne Joseph, third son of Robert McDonald,, Barr Creek., aged 33 years.  

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Kerang Times. Published Tuesdays and Fridays, WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. FRIDAY, APRIL 18, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 18 April 1890

Published Tuesdays and Fridays, WITH 1WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. F1RIDAY, APRIL 18, 1890. YESTERDAY Was the day s ... .. "big with the fate" of the application for a new Victorian 3S per cent. loan in the London money market, and the result will probably be made known to us to day. That it will be successful may be taken for granted, but at the same time the latest cablegrams. report that on the eve of the application a less favorable measure of success is to be expected than we had every reason to anticipate a few days ago. The change of opinion in financial circles on the subject must be taken as in a great measure attributable to a violent attack which appears to have been made within the last few days by the E:onomist on the finances of the colony and the administration of its affairs-an onslaught which, accord ing to the epitomised version of the article received 'by cable, appears to be utterly unjustifiable. Fortunately f&or theli6lony, it is repr-j sented in London by an abl...

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SANDHURST STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 18 April 1890

SA7NDHURST STOCK .MAKET. Messrs. R. O'Neill and Co. report: Cattle.-i43 fat, 469 stores, and 00 calves forward for this week's supply. Fat cattle comprised from medium to good. with only a very few prime. There was a fulol attendance of the trade, and the market opened brissk, last week's values being well sustained throughout the day. We quote:-Best bul locks, £8 to £10 5s; light and mediumn quality, £0 to £7 10s; cows, £4 10s to £7 (odd beasts higher), and have sold 130 fats and stores, Mr. H. F. Fitzpatrick's bullocks making£710s to £S 15s; cows, light weights. ...£5 7s id ; lyne's cows, £4 12s 6d to £5 7s CaO 9 O urn, Dfloiellan' auait Zieoy'o cowo . na5 light bullncks. ?t 10s to £6 15s. Calve?. realising £4 to £5 2s id; light young veal and medium weights..25s to 5ts. Our sales were 9 for Messrs. Teffrey and others at 55li. Sheep.-3,064. About one-half of which were useful to prime mutton. 'there was a full attendance of the trade. and prices on the whole were fully equal to la...

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MELBOURNE MARKET REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 18 April 1890

MELBOURNE MAIRKET RE ')IT. lessrs. R. Langforl and Co. report the following sales of fish. game. oysters. &r.. for. the.week ending April 11th, 1890 : Garfish, Ss to 17s; mullet. 4s to Is: trout. 3s to 15s d l; pike. Ss to I0z; skeep jaek, 5s to 15 : land mnllet.15s to 19 : pilchanls, is to 3s tI ; flathead. 4s l6d to I30; silvers. 4s to 12s : brenm. Ss to l4s : perch. 7s to 13s s ; Murram col and perch, Id to 7}4: eels, 2d to 3d per lb.; oysters, 15. to £2 15s per bag; emrfish, 3s to 14s per dozen: rabbits. 2, to 12 Gdil dozen pair ; smoked fish, 2s Gi to -Is id doz: prawns. is per allII; game-widgeon. Sd to Is 2d : black duck. I? to s 8d ; teal, Is 9d to 2s 5i ; brown wivo. 2s to 2s il ; wild duck, 2s Gil to 4s 3d : wild geese,ls 6d to 23Oid; cnmtes. Gl to 1s 6i. . The Fresh Food and Frozen Storage Cent pony .Limited renort for the week ending Friday, April 11th :-Cheese.-New, 3t1d to d·d; prime matured, 5d to il; inferior lower. Potted butter.-Prime fresh. 711 to 10d; med...

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HE IS COMING. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 22 April 1890

lIE 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; ' The profit (if any) draper Manning will reap, Represented by Montgomerie. Gentlemen 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 Montgomcrie is at present represent ing us in the Ierang district, and is autho-' rised to collect our accounts.--MAxiaeco and Co., View Point, Sandhurst. DEAF FORTY YEARS. The description of a simple remedy, by which a complete curd of deafness and noises in the head of,ronrT YARS' STANmDIN has just been effected will be sent rFnr to anyone who applies to J. f. NICHOLSON, 175 William street, Melbourne.

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APPROACHING SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 22 April 1890

APPROACHING SALES. Particulars of the following sales appear elsewhere: By Yeo, Taverner and Co., Ltd.-Tuesday, April 22nd. important clearing sale at Mr. :r. afCarthy's selection, stock, farming imple ments, furniture, etc. April 25th, at their bazaar. 960 acres agricultural land. At their yards, 25th inst., 1.10 head of cattle and 1000 merino wethers. By J. G. Stewart.-Friday, 25th April, at Wee Wee llup, 320 acres land. By E. S. Maxwell.-Spril 18th, at his rooms, buggies, harness.'furniture, etc. Ay Thos. Morrow- and Co.-Saturday, April 19th, at Ninycnnook, sale of agricul tural land in the parish of Budgerum West. By .T. H. Teague and Co.--Wednesday, April 23rd, sale of sheep at Shepparton.

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