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STATE OF THE RIVERS. HEIGHT ABOVE SUMMER LEVEL. [BY TELEGRAPH.] Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 22 April 1890

STATE OF THE. RIVERS. Monday - Maunnr. It in lury .. . .. ".Echueca .. Sn Bill GonULnURn Seymnour h,: a 0 ; 3. Ttr iL,2,' 3'"' 4" l ·i:t?::" 1 :7, a .. , ?rz : r.+j-::': , flenindio : :; ' 1Wentworth .: ; . N milcannia. i :. b; 9: 31x?

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
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BENJEROOP & MURRABIT IRRIGATION AND WATER SUPPLY TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 22 April 1890

BENJEROOP-&- MURRABIT- I H GATION' AND WATER SUPPLY TRUST. (nY, our. oww RisE1'ORTE..) The ordiiiary monthly mIeeting} of the above frnst was hel:l at the chairman's residence, Murrahit, on Saturday last. There wera present-Cmrs. Marks (chair man) Bennettaaiad Lane. Tlhe ininutes of the previous meeting were readluid confirmed. INTRODUCTION OF o. NFw COMMISSIONER. The chiaimian introduced Cmr. Leath art, who had hbon returned nInpposed to fill the vacancy caused by the retirement of Cmi'. Hickey, and in loing,so said lie. hoped they would all work anmicably to gether in the interests of the ratepayers. Clr. Lane also added a few words of welcome. Cm: Letathart thisnleda them for their kind remarks and said that he was new to the business of the trust, but with the assistance of his cblleagiues he tiisted lihe wohoild be able to carry out hisldnties satis ftctorily, and to the benefit of the rate payers., COiRiESPONDENCE.. , From Conservator of Forests, stating that tlih trus...

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

SR IG C K E T. On Saturday la]st the Tragowel Club met the Tradesmen's Club in a contest for the Kerang Cricket Club Challenge Cup, and, had there been time to play the match out, the Trades (with 57 runs to their credit for the loss of six wickets) would, doubtless, have defeated their opponents, whose score, when the last wicket had fillen, stood at 83. For the Trades their near approach to victory was due to the good batting of J. Stewart and it. Prazer, who remained at the wickets for upwards of an hour, completely mastering the bowling, and. during the time they occupied the wickets, com piled about four-fifths of the total runs obtained. The Tragowel team having to leave by the evening train, the stumps were drawn at five o'clock (Stewart and Frazer still being not out), the match thus ending in a draw in favor of the Trades. The following have beeoon chosen' to represent the Trades against Koondrook at the rear of thle Bank of Victoria on Saturday next. Play to commence at 1 ...

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LATEST CABLEGRAMS. THE VICTORIAN LOAN. MR. H.M. STANLEY. ANOTHER BANK DEFAULTER. PROPOSED GENERAL DISARMAMENT. SIR CHARLES DILKE. GERMANY IN CENTRAL AFRICA. LONDON, April 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 22 April 1890

LATEST CABLEGRAMS. TfPE VICTORIAN LOAN. ER. H. t. STANLEY. SANOIHER BANK DEFAULTER. PROPOSED OENERAIL ]5ISARMAME'T. Sil, CHARLES DILKE. GERMANY IN CENTRAL AFRICA. (FRO\I ARGUS AND AGE CORRESPONDENTS.) LoXDos, April 16. The anticipations respecting the Viec torian loan of £4,000,000, the tenders for which are to be opened to.morrow, are more hopefiul, and it .is now thought that an average price of- £101 10s. will be obtained.' Foreign brokers are making inquiries about the loan, and it is expected that the public will tender largely. The. banks, also, are inclined to support the loan. It is believed that the syndicate that usually tenders for colonial loans will make special' cfforts to seencre an allot `ment. It is reported that Mr. II. M. Stanley will shortly be appointed Governor of the territory in East Africa, which is within the spher.e of British influence. Serious defalctions have been dis covered by the Chartered Bank .of India, Australia and China, the defaulter being a na...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KERANG FLOUR MILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 22 April 1890

COMMERCIA'L INTELLIGENCE. KERAnG FLOUR .MILL. Mr. Thos~ Hall reports the price of whvlat as follows:-Fair milling to prime 2s lld to 3s 2d.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 22 April 1890

FORTUNESIX VEGETABLES. HOW TO MAKE MONEY OUT OF SUNSHINE AND WATER. LUCRATIVE NDUSTRY-GROW ING GOLD. THE WERRIBEE IRRIGATION LANDS Are now supplied with WATER FLOWING ABOVE THE SURFACE. The Estate, under o management of MESSRS. CIIAFFEY, offers to Cultivators THE RICHEST SOIL, A CONSTANT WATER SUPPLY, THE BEST EXAMPLE OF IRRIGA TION METHODS. All within the Metropolitan Area. Thus giving ready access to an Illimitable Market. LANDS LEASED OR. OLD. ayments of Purchase Money spread over Fifteen Years. Annual Instal ments from £10 14s. Gd.. per Acre whieh is much less than the rent and water rates paid on ordinary irrigated market gardens. Write or Call for Plans; Pamplhlelts, and other particulars at - CHAFFEY'S Int RIGATION OFFICES;, SWANSTON STREET, MELBOURNE. bINSPECT THE PROPERTY., : Take the'1O.85 'a.i:s:Tiai nys 'y'?oni? Spencer Street. A BBuggy will abe at thie Werribee Statioi to take you over the. ,, Estate;- ADVANTAGES OF CITY AND RURAL LIFE COMBINED. . Trado sda.dzsses. THE ...

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Kerang Times. Published Tuesdays and Fridays, WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. TUESDAY, APRIL 22, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 22 April 1890

Published Tuesdays and Fridays, rrTH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. TUESDAY, APRIL S2, 1800. EIGHT Houns' DAY.-Yesterday was the anniversary of the initiation of the eight hours' movement, but business in Kerang was carried on as usual. The public offices were closed, and only the first mail was delivered at the post office, which, however, was kept open for telegraph business. The men employed on the new building for the London Chartered Bank were not at work, and a flag flying from the scaffolding, from which also a few emblematical wreaths of evergreens were suspended, was the only evidence that what is fast becoming recognised all over the world as one of the most important movements of the dayj was in course of celebration by means of a public holiday.' . KERANG MEC ANICS' INSTITUTE. The annual meeting of subscribers will be held in the institute this even ing at 7.30 o'clock, the business being to receive balance-sheet"and com mittee's report for the past year, elect president, vice-presi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 22 April 1890

HoLLowsx'sa Oe??:- r isli P.c".-.As Winter, advances ,ind ;the reatiheri becomes more and;more inclement;and. trying, the earliest evidences.of .ill-health must be im mediately checked, ani removed, or a slight. illness may result in a serious malady.: Ie laxed and sore throat, quinscy, ihfluenza. chronic tcoglh, bronchitis,fand most. other pulmonary affections' will lie relieved by, rubbing this cooling Ointment. into the skin . nearly as practicable, to the scit of niis f:- chief. ?'his treatment, simple yet effectivce, is admirably adapted for the removal of these diseases during, infancy, and youth. Old asthmatie - nvalids wil derive iiarnellous relief from tlieiuse of ?lollowtay's remedies; which hide~vionderrullyrclieved many such .suferers, ?and' reees nablishei'ftdlealh -afier; ..ery other meanshad s gnallyfailedf I W'lanted. ITANTED, Good Kitchen MAID. Apply J. J. CADUSCII, Commercial Hotel. Kerang. SO.801 A FIRST-CLASS' Waitress..required, for the Gilbert Club Hotel. SOS 0...

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KERANG POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, APRIL 18TH. [Before Messrs. W. J. W. Patchell (chairman), Jno. Cullen, Junr. and J.M'Mullan, Js.Ps.] DEBT CASES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 22 April 1890

SKRANG POLICE COURT. ,oo. 1Seant!o.Eon A... .Cologh.--Dis honored .liro:iissory note,' £4 12s. Gd.: Mr. linhed for plaintiff.. \Noappearance ofldefintd a.t. Verdict for aninont and £1 12s. Gd. costs, in defaiilt to abe levied by distress. . Police v.' W. Gra. gSlaughtering witht ount a license, and on unlicensed premises. Defendant pleadel-guilty,. and admitted that it was only neglect on his part. He liad boon slaughtering in Kerang for a niunler of yeari, and ,lid not wish in any way to evade paving the license. I:ited £1, the bhnch inforning the defen dant that he was liable to a line of'£10 for every beast slaughteredl during the time lie was without a license. David Russell v. Jas. Wilson.-Wages dne, £G 7s. 41. Mr. Tatchell for plaintiff and Mr. Myles O'Brien for defendant. Evidence Ih?ving been heard on both sides, an order was made for £5 Ss. 10d. and £1 15s costs. 1 .Chambers v. Mary Poole.-W?ork and labor done, £11 Os. 7d. IMr. Tatchell for plaintitff and Mr. 0'Brien for de...

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FRUIT-GROWING AS AN AGRICULTURAL INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 22 April 1890

FRUIT-GROWING AS AN AGRI-t CULTURAL INOUSTRr. Mllr. David- A.- Crichton, lecturer and in struclor to the department of Agriculture, recently delivered, rander the auspices of the Cohuna Irrigation Trust, three interesting lectures upon the above-named subject. The first lecture was given on Monday even ing, the 31st ult., at Cohuna. the chair being occupied by Mr. A. Kirwin, chairman of the trust. There was a very good attendance. notwithstanding the fact that farmers were busy getting in their crops. The lecturer, in his opening remarks, called.attention to the uinsatisfnctory posi tion of the agricultural community at the present tittme, owing to the light crops and tihe low prices of wheat, and gave it as his opinion that farmers were not likely to see any imtprovenment while they devoted the whole of their energies to the raising of cereal crops. Owing to climatic conditions the returnlls from these crops were tuost itn cerlain, and even when growth was satisfac tiry thie plage ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 22 April 1890

Trade Addresses. UIE WHILESALE CLOTHING CO. .oiLSL. to TWEEDS CO&TINGS TWEEDS COATINGS TWEEDS COATINGS TWEE?DS COATINGS. BLUE and FANCY SERGES. BLUE and FANCY SERGES. BLUE and FANCY SERGES. Blue and Fancy Serges AND ENORMOUS STOCK. OUR OWN IMPORTINGO. fIlE Assortment of SPRINGS and - SUMMER GOODS is beyond doubt the hest ever seen in the colonies. As unal we have a large staff of thel Best Cutters a Workmen IN VIcTORIA. ALL. WOOL TWEED TROUSERS ( Ao-order), 12o 6d. an- d order), 46s. WRITE FOR SAMPLES. Two Mntlhs. J. T. MIDDLETON, General Manager. HOLLOWAY'S PILLS. TI-s Great Household Medicine tanks amongs the leading necessaries of Life. These famous Pills Purify the BLOOD, and mnet powerfully, yetsoothingly, on the LIVER, STOMACH, KIDNEYS, And dOWELS, giving tone, energy, and vagour Sto these great MAIN SPRINGS OF LIFE They are confidently recommended as a never ailing remedy in all eases where the constitu paired or weakened. They are wonderfully slesteious in all ailman...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 22 April 1890

Trade Addresses. TAILORING. :.. HARRIDGE B EGS to announce to the public of KeraiJg and surrounding district that he has Mr. i'. DOYLE, Tailor and liabit eakcr. Wellington-street, and trusts to-merit a share of the patronage hitherto accorded. A FIRST-CLASS CUTTER ENGAGED ON THE PREMISES. Note the Address A. HA RRIDG1E, LATE P. DOYLE, WELLINGTON 'STREET. KERtANG S(Adjoining Yeo's 1Bazaar). 7L3 t. J. W.P C:, P :-__L, GENKRAL S [OREKEEPER, WINE and SPIRIT MERCHfAN'I NOLAN STREET, KERANG 'RES2l SEASONABLE GOODS con :tautly arriving, w hich are olffered at gr tly educed prices. Inspection invited. SEA FOAM. The new Specific for NEURALGIA and HEADAC. :E. -: INSTABNT RELIEF. W. J. W. W. PATCEL. Kera ig .?E ' W. LEOPOLD, WATCHIMAKER, JEWELLER, &c., . VICTORIA-ST., KERIAG. REPAIRS Carefully Attended to. First class Stock Kept. 556 KE [ A N0 11OTEL JOB i CULLEN. PROPRIETOR. REST WINES AND SPIRITS TV STOOR G.s,!t Accommodation for Travellera. Oivility and moderat. charaes. THOS. M. FR...

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MELBOURNE MARKET REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 22 April 1890

MIILBOUINE "3IICARET REE RT. The Freso Fonod and Frozen Storage Co', poany ,id. report for the week ending Wedt nesday, April 16th :-Cheese.-New, 4,d to 54d; prime matured, 511 to Gd; inferior lower. Fresh butter.-Prime dairies. 1s to 1s 3d : a few going higher; medium to goro, 8d to ls; inferior lower. Eggs. Is 3d to ls 4d per dozen. Bacon.-Town sides. S.d to 9i per lb: country, 5d to Gd. Halns. Town. Sd to 10d ; country, 4dd to 7d. Bees wax. 9d to :'d. Lard. -lBladdcrs, -id to 5I. Honey. 3d to -ld. Carcase pork.-3ad to 4 Id for small porkers; bacn, Id to 21.1: PiF;' eiads, 2,d to Sd. Poultry.--Tnrl;eys. is to 12s per pair; ecese, 4s Gd to 5is G:1; fowls, 34 to 4s Gd; ducks, 3s G61 to 4s id. Mlessrs. Dalgety and Co.. Ttlt., report for week ending 1611h April,1890 :-Sheepskins -iWe quote:-Buntchers' green pelts. 2s Gd to 4s 3d ; do. lambskins. 2o 3d to Ss 9dl: do. lamb pelits, s to 1is 8 each ; dry skins, Gs Gd each; tdo.. in bales and bundles-merinos. 4ld to 6id per lb. ; do. cross...

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THE GREAT FLOOD AT BOURKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 22 April 1890

THE GREAT FLOOD AT BOURKE   For several days the destruction of the town of Bourke by water had been feared,   and on Friday last the dreaded flooding   became an accomplished fact. The fol-     lowing graphic account by "Telemacbus"     in the Argus fully describes the brief       events leading up to the breaking away   of the embankment, and the subsequent exciting scenes :- Bourke, Friday. The night passed quietly enough, the   water making a further rise of 3½in. At about half-past 8 o'clock this morning the alarm rang out, and there was an imme diate rush to the section indicated. It may be mentioned that the system of alarms is very complete. The bell rings out sharp, then pauses, and clearly indi cates the number of the section menaced. An inner barrier had been broken down, and there was a rush of the general body of wat...

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TWELVE MILE TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 25 April 1890

' TV?LVg MILE TausT.-Elsewhlere the above trust invites tenders for construction of a timber weir in Twelve Mile Creek, at the offtske of No. 1 channel ; also for repairing banks of No. 1 main channel. - 'MEETmo.-A meeting of the friends of Mr... . Kennedy, late Crown Lands ,Bailiff at Gunbower, is advertised to be held at Thomas' Hall, Cohuna, on Thurs day;,:lt May, at 6.80 p.m.

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NEW TRUSTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 25 April 1890

NEW TaUSTS.-Tho formation of a new irrigation and water supply trust in the district of Bairnsdale has been. approved by the Chief Secretary.. The trust has applied for a loan of £111,000 for the pur. pose of constructing various, works, in cluding a weir on the Mitchell River, immediately below its junction with Stony Creek, a main channel from the weir along the left bank of the river capable of carry ing 8500 cubic feet of water per minute, a flume across the Mitchell River, asouth channel about 42 miles long, and a north channel 47 miles long. The maximum quantity of water to be diverted from the Mitchell River for the use of the trust is to be 8500 cubic feet per minute through o(tt the year, though in no case must the qunantity diverted exceed one-half of the natmal flow of the river. Authority was also gi, en on Tuesday by the. Alinister of Water Supply for the formation of a water supply trust in the Lilydale district. The trust is to obtain a loan of £2000 from the Governme...

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KERANG MECHANICS' INSTITUTE [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 25 April 1890

UERANG MECHANICS' INSTITUTE The annual meeting of suhscribers was held at the institute o:n Tuesday evening last. In the absence of the president, Mr. G. llutherford, who has left the district, the vice-president, Mr. W. J. Davey, occupied the chair. The minutes of the last annual meeting having been read and confirmed, the acting secretary (Mfr. J. A. Middleton) submitted the following report and audited balauce-sheet for the past year: : ANNUAL REPORT. Your committee have the ilonor to lay before you their report for' thed year ending March 31st. 1890. The committee have given their attention to the keeping of the building in good repair. The members' realing room now presents a comfortable appearance, which seems to be appreciated by the members attending. The committee are glad to be able to show an increase in donations, rents, and subscriptions, but at the same time regret that the sports held last Easter were not a success financially. Your committee have taken from the shelv...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 25 April 1890

FORTUNESIN VEGETABLES. HOW TO MAKEI MONEY OUT OF SUNSHINE AND -WATER. LUCRATIVE NDUSTRY-GROW ING GOLD. THE WERRIBEE ' IR.R.ICATION LANDS Are iiwv supplied with, WATER FLO`WING ABOVE THE SUIIRFACE. The Estate, under e management of MESSRS. CHAAFFEY, offers to Cultivators THE RICHEST SOIL, A CONSTANT WATER SUPPLY, THE'BEST EXAMPLE OF IIRRIGA TION METHODS. All within the Metropolitan Area. Thns giving r'ead' access to an Illimitable Market. LANDS LEASED OR OLD. ayments 'of Pnrchase lMoney spread over Fifteen' Years. Annual Instal ments from £.10 14s. 6d. per Acre ,which is munch less than the rent and : water rates paid on ordinary irrigated ': market gardens. Wrise or Call for Plans,:Pamphlets, ard -CHA.FFEY'S IRRIGATION OFFICES, S.:SWANSTON STREEET,'. : ,: . MELBOURNE .:.;: INSPECT THE PROPERTY. STdke the 10.35 am. Tran ay day from S .S; pencer Stroet. A Buggyvill. ' be at'theWerr?hee Stahon to takeyou over the ; ADVANTAGES :OF CITY AND RURAL LIFEJCOMBINED. Trade Addresses. THE KERAN...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 25 April 1890

'CORRESPON DENCE.' [(Ct,,nmnntlo ue intendedte for itesertion in these columns should he addresed to the Editor. The name .turdaddress of the writer -tetbo hot .oirt., t ncetseurlty ter puhlloentton, lbat us oseoeessoe of good faith. Wlhilewe ure at all times ghlad to re ceiva.sd'l publisli'- corresrUdoudece.sllslogas! g~ t seesst'ot latitude cmcamete wilth the roles. of journltism. we do nlot I midourssolvea reeponsibile -fr any oplinlioens cpremod.]

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STATE OF THE RIVERS. HEIGHT ABOVE SUMMER LEVEL. [BY TELEGRAPH.] Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 25 April 1890

STATE OF THE RIVERS. ;,H rAnorrnovv. SUMMtEn LIvr.L y 1BY-TELE6RAPII.J .. Thursday: MuuA: ttr in. ..bury 011 uca 33 swan Hill 1" Seyinour 0 2. WVuggr::ýý. . I alrnianld 7 5 DAnuDL1G Menindie 24" 0 Weuitortli- Joreport. Wilcannia No report.

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