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CHARITABLE PERFORMANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 29 April 1890

CHARITABLE PERFORMANCE. A very large audience assembled lat the Mlechanics' Institute on Friday evening last to witness the performance given in aid of Mrs. Cash, who, as previously explained, has recently lost her lhusbad, nai is lef: in a destitute condition with a fatuity of young children to support. Long before the hour fixed for opening the drors,an immense crowd gathered outsildeo, and when the overture commencedl the interior of the hall presented a very ani mated and brilliant appearance, all the available seats and nearly every inch of standing room being occupied. `The entertainmient, which was undler the itmmediate auspicesofthe Kerang Amateur Dramat c Club,wasarrangeod atveryslhort notice, the date selected being little more than a week later than the meeting heldi to consider thle advisability of moving in the matter, and the result reflects much crcedit upon Me:ssrs. H. Colnman, hutton, H. Seijeatt (who acted as honorary sec rotary), and several other gentlemuen, to w...

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
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Kerang Times. Published Tuesdays and Fridays, WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. TUESDAY, APRIL 29, 1890. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 29 April 1890

Published Tuesdays and Fridays, WITHI WEEliY SUPPLEMENT. T7TESD. Y.. APRIL S2, Isoo. ACIn:OWLCDnGacET.-Tie secretary of the Cash benefit fund acknlowledges with -thanks receipt of cheque, value .£1 is., from the Rev. E. H. Scott. Acsri:.t:.Lts NATivEs' AssocLvrION. Elsewhere it is notified that at the meeting of the above lodge to be held at the 3Mechlanies' Institute on Thursday night, Mr. Dluchan, president, and Mr. Cernow, secretary, of the Sandhurst lodge, besides other memnbers, will be presOUent and address lthe meeting. Ax AnDDITIONAL MAIL.-ThlO postnmaster (Mr. Whitelaw) informs us that on and after the 28th inst. a mail will close at the post office at 4.30 p.m. All letters, ete., for 8andhtur.tantd Melbourne posted before that honr will Ibe despatched by the 5 p.m. train. A Conisse CLr.un.-On Saturday even. ing last a meeting was held at Mr. J. Barkcll's wine saloon for the purpose of forming a conrsing elub. Mr.- John Carrol ccenpieI tilhe chair. It having been resolved t...

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STATE OF THE RIVERS. HEIGHT ABOVE SUMMER LEVEL. [BY TELEGRAPH.] Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 29 April 1890

STATE OF THE RIVERS. fEIGHIT ABOVE SuMMERn LEVEL. LnBY TELEGRAPII.J Mondlay. MURRAY. fI. in. Albury .. .. .. 0 11 lichuca .. .. .. 2 10 Swan Hill . . .. 4 0 Euston .. .. . 0 SGo rnFuus. Seymour .. . .. O 2 WonnoUunIDGEE. Waggs . ... .. 2 - 9 Ray .. .. .. 2 Iliaranald. . R E 0 . DARLIo2. Menindie .. .. 5 11 Wentworth .. .. 10 .9 Wilcannia .. No report. .

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APPROACHING SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 29 April 1890

APPROACHING SALES. Particu!ars of the following salneappear &scwhere: \Vednesnday, April 30th.-Messrs. L. Mac pherson. Sternberg and Co.; Ltd.; land near Tragowel Railway Station. To-morrow (Wednesday), at Macorna, 3 team working bullocks.

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RUMORS OF A NEW MINISTRY. THE COUNTRY PARTY SENT FOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 29 April 1890

RUMORS.OFE.A NEW MINISTRY. THE COUNTRY PARTY SENT FOR. (FROMI THuE usl.nt.) For a short time this (Thursday) morn ing Ministers were very , unhappy, as when it beCnme known that his Excel. lency had sent for two of the represen tatives of the countryparty-one of whllom at lenss has vc:y strung claims to office it was feared by Ministers and their supporters that the dreaded hoer had comne at last when the sweets of oflice hlnd to be resigned, and the Inst of the Coali tion Ministries would have to retire to the cold shades of Opposition. What toade the matter more remarkable was that absolutely no notice had been received of the new departure, nud beyond the normal opposition of Mr. Munro, and his friends, the Government was not aware of there being anything special to fear. The facts of the case were as follow :--lessrs M'Coll and Taverner had this morning a long interview with Mr. Patterson, the Comunissioner of Customs, and the roep resentative in the Ministry of a district party...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KERANG FLOUR MILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 29 April 1890

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. KIERANG FLOUR MILL. Mr. Thos. Hall reports the price of whcot as follow :-Fair milling to prime 2s id Ss 2d

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 29 April 1890

ORTUNESIN VEGETABLES. HOW TO MAKE MONEY OUT OF SUNSHINE AND WATER. LUORATIVEI NDUSTRY-GROW ING GOLD. THE WERRIBEE IRRIGATION LANDS Are now supplied with WATER --FLOWING ABOVE THE SURFACE. The Estate; under! e management of MESSRS. OHAFFEY, 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 Illitnitable Market. LANDS LEASED OR OLD. a/mane of Purchase Money spread over Fifteen Years. Annual Instal menta from £10 14e. 6d. per Acre whish is much less than the rent and water rates paid on ordinary irrigated market gardens. Write or Cal hr Plans, Pamphlets, and other particnlars at CHAPEY'S IRRIGATION OFFICES, S8WAISTON STREET, MELBOUBNE. INBPUOT'THE PROPERTY. - Take the 10.85 e Train any day from 8peeser Street. A Buggy will be a the Werribee Station to take you over th~e ADVANTAGES OF OITY AND RUR AL LiFEj COMBINED.' I Tra~d AqlzO~aos. ~ THE KERANG TIMES PUBLISHING COM...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 29 April 1890

Planted. IVTANTED a Good Housemaid. Apply V Vimmediately, Commercial Hotel. ANTEAlJ aSHEPHERD. ApplySYeo, , Taverner and Co., Ltil. 837 yTANTED, Two Thousand Split POSTS S for wire fencing. Size-Six feet six 1 inches long and eight inches by four inches thick. Apply, stating price per hundred de livered at South Kerang, to 808 E. HOLLOWAY & DRAKE. SWAN HILL SHIRE WATERWWORKS TRUSrT. NOTICE. W AINTED-Two Tip Drays and Four Pick and Shovel Men, to work at Shecepwash Weir for a few days. Apply to H. U. IiEtIPSON, Trust Engineer, Scoreshy-St. Trust Oflicc, Kerang, 28th April, 1890. 817 WANTED KNOWN. 1,/'CALLUIPS,Gunmaker,Williamson-st., 1 Sandhurst, is the best place to get work done well at a reasonable price, also to buy Gunoos and Ammunition. Second-hand guns bought, sold or exchanged. Correspondence by post promptly attended to. 725 - Notices. KERANG RIFLE CLUB. rTHE MUSKETRY COURSE as laid JL down by regulations will be fired on Saturday next. at 2 p.m. Any member of tihe C...

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THE LATE IRRIGATION CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 29 April 1890

THE LATE IRRIGATION CON FERENCE. The followving is a copy of the paper read by Mr. John Garden, of Cullen house, Cohana, at the c.nference recently held in Melbourne : Tihe Minister of iater Supply may be fairly congratulated on the assemblae of so manyi repreisentative men. who have re spolnded to his invitation to imeet lhimt, and tiuttally colmpare notes as to thle progress of irrigation. It is only a truism to state that his exertions in the cause of irrigatlion are appreciated by thle great. andil now influential, iody if northern fartmers. Tihere is no dotubt that if a matn deserves welt of his country who miakes two Is athes of grass grow- whiere only one grew before, lwhat tmust ihe the estimation in w-hclh our chairmatn will be held whets the time romes. as certattily it wjil come, when thie large districts of tihe north Ihave been nmadie to blossom as the rose. and filled w-ith thle teeming lpopulation of prosperous f:rmers surrounded by every social comfort and enjoyment....

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 29 April 1890

GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. The following notifications appeared in the last week's Gazette:- ' It is notified that by Order-in-Council, the sun of £1587 has been granted under the lerovisions of the Vermin De-. thiction Act, 1889, as' a loan to the Shire of Gordon, to be apportioned amongst various ratepayers -who are desiroius of inclosing,theirJand \irith wire netting, the pieriod of the loan being fdorten ears, and= - to be repaid during that period by annual instalments of not less that .£157 14s., the first of such paymentts to be' made on or. before the 31st May, 1891.' License Revoked.-Catherine Brown,; 20a, Qeambatook (land to be leased tinder section 32). The following applications for leases tinder section 2 of the Land Act have bsen approved, and the rents and fees are now payable to the duly authorised officers: Caroline Foley,. formerly Stevenson, 199a 'Sr '39p, Dartagook; lohn AM'Coll, 110a Sr "13p, Dartagook; Flora McDonald, 109a 1r 38p, Benjeroop. Applications under section...

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THE FLOODS AT BOURKE. BOURKE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 29 April 1890

THE FLOODS AT BOURKE. [FeurI AnGUS COnREStOwDENT.' BOUr.e, Saturday. I visited the encampment at North Bourke yesterday, in company with the mayor, some of the aldermeon, and Messrs. Waddell and Willis, M's.L.A. Many complaints were lodged with the mayor as to the manner in which rations are served out. Messrs. Wadldell and Willis hieldl an impromptu meeting, and addressed a crowd of several lhundred men. Mr. Waddell said:-" People of Bourke,-It affords me pleasure to signify my g eat admiiration of those who have done their utmost to save Bourke and to avert disaster. I persenally asked alt to rollnitl tn two instances was reised: ry tan turned out." Mr. Willis said:-" In this hour of sadness I must sty good-bye. To-morrow my colleague and I leave with heavy hearts and deep forebodings. At the opening of Parliament next week some question may arise, and our presence may be required to guartl your interests. Out of the ruins of Bourke wiill rise a Chicago. We will build a wall roun ...

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RUST IN WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 29 April 1890

RUST IN WHEAT. die 021 MIr. Dow on Friday, the 20th inst., ' pri conplrted the agreemetit withir. Smithi str E'lis f r thel trial of hlis specific for rest in wl whiat. . Under this egreoeohet Mr. Ella th is nto receive fronmt the Government a suin li of £10,000 if his remedy for rnst in wheat proves snrcessfli. Ali-. intercolonial com- at miittee is to be appointed to test the th remedy, and if they report within tltree years that trials have been successful, n then the stipulateod reward will be paid. m The following is the copy of a paper et prlepared by Mir. Ellis on the-subjert:- cc WHAT IS 1t!ED RUST IN. wIEAT? The priests of old declared to the ancient fo wheat growers that such diseases as rust fe and inildew were scourges sent by God. sE WVe live in an age of progress, and I am e confid nt Ithat the day is ait hand when si such diseases will be accounted as van. qtished enemies by the modern wheat p grower. Rust in wheat is an internal parasite fiun.ts that ccnstitutionally...

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 29 April 1890

CRICKET. The Tradesmen's Cricket Club tried con clslsinuswith the Koon'lrookChlubon Satnr day last frr the first time this season. The nmatch resulted in a win for the Trades on rite first innings, the scores being, Trades, 43; Koondrook, 21, and 45 for O nickets. The scores are as follows : TttADnes.-1st Innings. James, b M'Eachern ... ... ... O.0 Frazer, c Ewart, b Alb. Ewart ... 4 3Iorey, run out ... .... ... ... 2 Aitken, b 31'Enehern ... ... ... 3 Turner, b Alb. Ewart ... ... ... 9 Helms, b M'Enchltern ... ...... 1 Stewart, run out ......... 11 Iloustani, bAll,. Ewart... ... ... 2 11ev. Madden. hit wicket, b M'Eachcrn 10 Setisen, b i1'Eachern ... ... ... O Mitchell, not out ...... ... O Sundries... ... ... ... 1 Total . ... ... ... 43 KooNDROOK-1st Innings. Arthur Ewart, b IHelms ... ... 1 Ellwoo4, b Stewart ... ... ... 3 M1'Echern, l.l.w., b Helms ... ... O Callan, b Stewart ... ... ... O W. Ewart, b Stewart .... ... ... 3 Albert Ewart, not out ... ... ... 6 Tester, a Tuirier,...

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LATEST CABLEGRAMS. PRINCE BISMARCK & THE EMPEROR. THE LABOR TROUBLES. THE IRISH LAND PURCHASE BILL. AFFAIRS IN EASTERN EUROPE. ALLEGED THEFT OF RUSSIAN PLANS. NIHILISM IN RUSSIA. THE ITALIAN FASTING MAN. THE DUG D'ORLEANS. LONDON, April 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 29 April 1890

LATEST CABLEGRAMS. --.-----. 'RINCE.,BIS1ARCK &t TIlE EMPEROR. THE LABOR TROUBLES. HIE IllISI LANDI) PURCIIASE BILL. AFFAIIIRS IN EASTERN EUROPE. ALLEGED TIHEFT OF RUSSIAN PLANS. SNII1ILISMI IN RUSSIA. TIHE ITALIAN IASTING IIAN: TIHIE DUC I)'ORLEANS. (FnoM ARutUS AND AGE CORRESPONDENTS.) LoNoox, April 23. If is stited that tlhe Emperor William is much put abont by the refusal of Prince Bismarck to return to .him the letters which he wrote to Bismarck before sue cccding to the sovereignty, and which, it is stated, refer to the proposal which was made prior to the death of the Emperor Frcderiek for the establishment of a re gency. The Emuperor is about to pay a visit to Prince Bismarek, his purpose being, it is reported, to obtain possession of the letters. Serious disturbances have been created in Chicago by men of the different trades whlo are on strike. The police attempted to restore rder,ýbut they were attacked b1 the rioters and badly mnaltreated. Finally, however, the d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 29 April 1890

Trade Addresses. FE Wili )LESALE CLOTHIING CO. . a - ·d t t o I TWE ED DSOU COATNS BLUE and FANCY SERGES BLE, ad FANCY SERGES. BLUE and FANCY SERGES. Blue and Fanoy Serges AND ENORMOUS STOCK. OUR OWN IMPORTING. TIHE Assortment of SPRIN! and LSUMMEN GOODS is beyond doubt the best ever seen in the colonies. Asneusual we have a large staff of the Best Cutters & Workmen J~r~ fli~ ·i lit IN VICTORIsA. ALL WOOL TWEED TROUSERS BL aTE FOR SAMPLES. Our ' :avsller Visits the District every Two MAntCYs. 3T. T. MIDDLETON, General a anager. ENORMOUS STOCK.S OLLUOW AY'S PILLS. the leading neressrtes of Life. SUMR ODSi bynd doubtSrge LIVER, STOMACH, KDNEYS, And ALL WOL TWED TROUSERSYO BAOWELS, giving tone, energy, and vgour to these great MAiN SPRINGS OF LIFE They are conIdently recommended ao a never tiL from whatever cause, has become im pairsd or weaken a4. They are wonderfully sesacious in all ailmenta incidental to Fe J. T. MIDDLETON males of all ares: and as a GENEaL FAMILY MEDICINE ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 29 April 1890

Legal. CONNE.: 1Y A3;-ND T Cy FLL SOLICITORS, ELDON CHAMBERS, WELLINGUON ST., KERANG. null nt SaindhuriLt niada JItabanrý.. n: TRUST MONEYS. TO LEND, sums of £100 and upwards, on Freeholdo or Crown Leasehold Securities. £10,000 TO LEND. In one sum, on Freehold securitv. BROWN, ELLISON & CO (Membars -. 1 NEDY; MIYLrS O'DruLx.) OLICITOIIS, CONVEYANCERS, PROC TORS & ATTORNEYS. WELLINHGTCH SHEZET, UE SRIQS MYLES O'F.IIEN, Conmmissioner for AMl davits. £47,000 TO LEND, in various sums, On Freehold ann Leasehold :Securities. LOWEST INTEREST. T HE Ofice is under the personal mannage ment of MYLES O'IRIEN, above named. Privateaddress-CULLEN S HOTEL. R. BUCK , PRACTICAL WATCHIAKERI; B EGS to inform the public of Kcrang and surrounding districts that hlie has started business in Fitzroy Street, KeraIng, lwhere ho hopes, by paying strict attenti n to his'customers, to merit r share of the public patronage. Watches and clockls of every description repaired, cleaned adn goarentee...

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MELBOURNE MARKET REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 29 April 1890

MIELBOURNE MIA\Z KET B r.°'?)1TSS I The Fresh Food anl Frozen Storage Comn pany Ltd. reortofor the week enling Wed nesday. April 23rd:-Cheese.-New. I'd tr 5,d; prime motnred, id to Gd; mwdiu'. A 3ad to4d4 ; inferiorlower. rotted Butter -It is irnpossible to sell patted bitter una'" of the very best, rs the quantity of fred' butter forward has rendered everything o! unsaleable. Fresh hltter-Primne dairies 10 tols 2d; a medium. Gd to 104; intlcior and lump lower. E is, to 7.1 to Is 7qT per dozen. haon.-Town sides, Sid to 4 per lb1; conntry. 54 to hd. flnams. Town. Sd to 104; country. 41 to 7d. IBeca wax. 9d to 10d. Lard. -B!adder.. 44 to 5d - Honey, 3d to 4d. Carasen pork.-3Il to *1. for small prkerss; been,. Id to 211i; Pigs' heads, 21d to 3d. Poultry.-Turkeys. 5s to 12s per pair; eeree. ds to 5s; fowls, 3t to 4sd; lucks, 3s td to 4o Gd. telssrs. Dalgety and C'0,. Ltd., report for week ending 231rd April. 1910 :-Sheepskins -We quote;:-Butchers' reen pelts. 2s Gd to 4s 2d; do. lambski...

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