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LATEST CABLEGRAMS. THE "TIMES"-PARNELL COMMISSION. THE GOVERNORSHIP OF VICTORIA. CRITICAL POSITION IN SERVIA. LONDON, JULY 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 26 July 1889

LATEST CABLEGRAMS. TIlE " TIMES "-PARNEI'L COMMISSION. THIIE GOVERNORSIIIP OF VICTORIA. CRITICAL POSITION IN SEIVIA. (FROMI ARGUS AND AGE CORRESPONDENTS.) LoNDON, JurY 23. At the sitting of the Tismes-Parnell Special Commission, to-day, the cross. examination of Mr. Parnell was continued by Sir IHenry James, Q.C. Mr. Parnell said he believed that Mr. Patrick Egan, the treasurer of the Irish Land League, took the books of the league with him when he lied to Paris in 1883. Mr. Par nell refused to give authority for Sir James IIaunen, the president of the com mission, to examine the trust funds ac corsts of the league. Sir Henry Loch, with Lady Loch and famunily, will srrive in Melbourne in Oc tober next. Sir Henry Loch will resume the Governorship of Victoria, and will continue to perform its fumenctions until November, about the middle of which month he will sail for the Cape in order to asssume the duties of Governor there. It has been arranged that, during the in terval between the...

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RECIPES FOR THE TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 26 July 1889

RECIPES FOR. THE TABLE.,. -e PEAet C RDulnPIE.-Press sixtined peaches through a sieve, and add one pint of milk, one alfe of a cupful of sugar, four beaten eggs. Bake in one crust. TanRc AND TIns PUDDING.-Ono teacupful of tapioca soaked in three cupfuls of milk five Iours, stirred occasionally. Pour over six sour, cored apples filled with sogar. Scorcu .BAKED ArPPLES.--Peel, fill the corn 'ith sugar, butter, and candied lemon peel. B:rsh all over with sweetened water,and sprinkle with bread crumbs broenod ints hot butter, Lake. i t butter. RAI~Sl BATTER PUDDIno.-One pint of milk, two eggs beaten stiff, two cupfuls of flour, one teaspoonful of salt, one teaspoonful of baking powder, one cupful of raisins. Boil two hours. Sweet sauce. S.tco Soun.-Wash five ounces of sago in boiling water; add it, by degrees, to two quarts of bailing stock and simmer until the sago is dissolved, when'it will be formed into a jelly. Boil nearly an hour. BnEAn OsErLETTE.-One cup crumbs, oneEcup sweet mil...

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EVERY DAY RELIGION ON THE FARM. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 26 July 1889

EYERY DAY RELIGION ON THE FARM. IT is true economy as well as pure religion to make the Sabbath a day of rest. BEFORe a man goes in debt he should read of the bondage in Egypt of the children of Israel. Is nine cases out of ten, people are cheated by a dishonest person because they are dis honest themselves IT is as unjust. as it is unwise to shoot the. birds because they take a few berries-they have earned a feast.

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A CAPACIOUS OCTAGON BARN. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 26 July 1889

A CAPACIOUS OCTAGON BARN. TnI barn, of which Figure 1 gives'a perspec tive view, is forty-four feet across from side to side, with a wing twenty-eight by fifteen feet. The basement, Figure 2, is of stone, laid in lime mortar, but in situations where gravel and cement are abundant it may be built of con crete. Passage ways, A, are provided with tramways upon which a feed car may be run, affording ready communication, between the feed-room, B, and the various stalls, of which those marked C are for horses and F for cattle. At the intersection of the tramways is a turn table, I, by means of which the feed-car inay be run upon either lateral track. The spaces marked H may be used for box stalls or pens for pigs, sheep or calves. The feed-room, Ii, is provided with the boiler, K, a chest, L, for cooking andti steaming feed, and the water-tank, M1, which may be (supplied by rain water from the roof or a pump operated by a windmill. In the rear of the horse stalls at the left of the main e...

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SCIENCE AND ART JOTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 26 July 1889

SCIENCE -AND ART JOTTINGS. -o TnI" DIET :o0 TUky PBEAnAOT.-A Corres pondent of the Field gives an interesting account of tile animal diet of teh pheasant." Upwards of 1,200 wire-worms have been counted in the crop of a single pheasant, and in another there were found 440 larrm of the daddy-longlcgu'(Tipula oleracea), a most. destructive insect. From another three young vipers have been obtained. Hence the pheasant, quite independently of its value as food, merits public goodwill and protection. Tote West End Street fRilhtray Company of Boston has been for some time, past investigat ing with great care the different methods of street car propulsion, including the cable and various electrical systems, with a view of intro dueing upon their lines in Bloston and vicinity the most approved and economical method. lAs the result of their investigations they have closed a contract with an electric company for the equipment of a portion of the West End Road with their electric motors. The co...

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CAUGHT IN THE ACT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 26 July 1889

CAUGHT IN THE ACT. Gronce Brnear.Rv, BIshop of Cloyne, denied the existencue of matter. lie believed in ideas. only. If he stubbed his toe, for instance, it was no proof that there reas a stub, or that he hald a tie, but only that he cogitocd. That was not the philosophy of Old Tangle tongue, with whom I was put to study law, whether I would or not, when too young to be allowed a choice of my o0-n. I doubt if Old Tanglctongue had ever heard, even, of the Ideal Philosophy. If he had, how would he have turned up his snub nose at it 1 Except in the tangible and substntial he had no faith, and of all things substantial his greatest faith was in money. He was not quite an atheist. IHe believed in one god, and that was Mlammon, and him only he served. Our family had sulfered a good deal through the law, and it must have been from somo spiteful purpose to avenge upon society wrongs wc had endurei that my uncle, in the manin at kindly man, put me under the tutelage of Old Tangletongue. Old ...

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The Ingoldsby Legends. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 26 July 1889

The Ingo01dby Legends. BY THOMAS IHGOLDSBY, ESQ. -o The succeeding legend hLa long been an established favourite with all of us, as con faining much of th? personal history of one of the greatest ornaments of the family tree. To the wedding bhtween tie sole heiress of this redoubted hero and a direct ancestor is it owing that the Lionceel of Shurland hang so lovingly parallel with the Saltire of the In goldsbyc, and now form as cherished a quarter ing in their escutlheon as the "dozen white lowses" in the "old coat" of Shallow. i:..G, ..OREY'"DOLPHIN. "HI' won'tite's ? Then bring me my boots !."'oiid theBairin. Consteroution was at itsheight in the castle of Shurland-n caitiff had dared to disobey the Baron ! and-the Baron had called for his boots ! A thunderbolt in the great hall had been a bagutdlc to it. A few days before, a notable miracle had been wrought in the neighbourhood; and in those times miracles were not so common as they are now-no royal balloons, no steam, no railroa...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 26 July 1889

TIIE IRRIGABLE ESTATES COMI'A.Y, Ltd., Have Land for Sale in parishes Tragowel and Macorna, and Farms to let in len jeroop and Murrabit West, etc., etc. LIBERAL TERMS. Apply Manager, Irrigable Estates Coy., Ltd., Chaffey's Irrigation Ollice?, 8787 Swanston street, Melbourne. RERANG. CROWS ?U.i9 Medical... ALL DISEAESES OF LOCG STANDING CON PLETELY CURED BY IlERBAL MAGNETIC TREATMENT. Chronic Sufferers Should not Fanil to Consult MR H. E. KUGELMANN Consulting llerbnelit anl Lclretic Of 1 an, 172 74 WILLIAM[ STREEI, IMELBOURNE VISITS KEiRANG EVERY MONTII tread advertise mlent forDates.) X 'I It. KUGELMSANN'S treatment differs 1iL entirely from all others known, and he has cured more cases of Chronic Disease than any ten medical men in Australia. Thousands of sworn declarations of cases cured can be seen. Send for pamphlet on Medical Despotisms or Liberty which ? 56 pages; post free. This book exposes completely the old style of Mineral Drugging, and explains the methods of Mr. Kugel m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 26 July 1889

YORKSHIRE RELISH. The Most 6,000,000 DeliciousSauce iBottles Sold in the World. Annually. ENRICHES HOT JOINTS, EVERY DISH IS IMPROVED STEWS,. Ec. BY ITS ADDITI? L DELICIOUS TO CHOPS, SUITABLE TO THE INkA STEAKS, FISH, ETC. LII'S CUP OF BROTH. WITH SOUP IT IS SHOULD BE ON EVER! CHARMINC. p SIDEBOARD. BLENDS ADMIRABLY EPICURES PRONOUNCE IT WITH ALL GRAVIES. THE BEST SAUCE. AGREES WITH THE MOST FEARS NO COMPETITION. DELICATE PERSON. A MARVEL OF" CHEAPIESS MAKES COLD MEAT A AND ENTERPRISE LUXURY. lNO BETTER SAUCE CAN MAKES THE PLAINESTBE MADE VIANDS .PALATABLE. A HOUSEHOLDWORD. THE DAINTIEST DISHES BEWARE OF OLIURABLE MOREDELICIOUS. 1.EED IMITATIONS. POSSESSES A .PLEASING A CREAT ADDITION TO PIQoUANCY. CHEESE. . WHOLESALE AGENTS : TILLOCK & CO., George Street, Sydney. Sold 'Everywhere. Relief from Cough in Ten Minutes. CAUTION. BALSAM ° pushed for sake of extra profit. _ HOREHOUND Irayoi. soii 4/, & 11/-. 2 I HAYIAN S BALSAI Is the most certain ani speedy remedy for COUG...

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Kerang Times. Published Tuesdays and Fridays. WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. FRIDAY, JULY 26, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 26 July 1889

Published Tuesdays and Fridays. WITII WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. FRIDAY, JULY 26, ISSO. THIE discussion of Minis l.lr6cl+ L .. u+, s -Ilmtess-OCeulnes the time of the Assembly to such an extent that a private uiem- ber who endeavors to pilot any inea sure of exceptional importance through the House always labors under difli culties. The time allowed for private business is altogether disproportionate to the requirements of hen. members, and tile consequence is that bills which are not introduced by the (Go vernment rarely receive careful atten tion, and are too frequently shelved at the close of the session. It is to be hoped, however, that this will not be the fate of Mr. Shiels' Divorce Law Amendment Bill, the main provisions of which are so well known, and so thloroughly in accord with popular opinion, that they ought not to en counter serious opposition in Parlia ment. T'he law of England relating to divorce, which has been adopted with slight modifications in these colonies, is little ...

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The Pillar House. CHAPTER X. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 26 July 1889

The Pillar House. Bi FLORENCE SEVERNE. CHIIAI'TER X. Ic would be impossible to exaggerate the censation produced in Startford by the tragedy that had just occurred. The town was so quiet, so orderly, one day followed another in such lntbroken routine, and the peccadillos of cven the worst chss of the inhabitants were of such to trivial nature, that the news of a murder trommitted in their midst was like a moral tarthquake, and shook society to its founda tions. Indeed, a positive wave of terror swept over the female part of the population. The pleasant little visits which bad been exchanged at five o'clock teatime ceased in a moment, every lady being afraid of venturing outside her own door after dusk. Elderly spinsters, who from time immemorial h:d been satisfied with the protection of a maid-of-all work, now im poverished themselves by paying men to sleep in their back kitchens; and anxious mothers tent servants in the afternoon to fetch their children from the high school, as tho...

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WANDELLA IRRIGATION AND WATER SUPPLY TRUST. WEDNESDAY, JULY 24TH, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 26 July 1889

WANDELLA IRRIGATION AND WATER SUPPLY TRUST. ?VEDNESDAY, JULY 24rn, 1889. Present--Cnrs. Williamson (chairman) Randle, Avard and Butler. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. COI1iRESPONDENCE. From Swan Hill Shire Council, relative to application for permission to construct channel on road at olering, stating that request had beei granted snhubject to approval of engineer. Received. Fromu Water Supply Department, re turning vonchers and pointing out errors in somee of sanme to be rectified. litc ceived. From same, forwarding copy of second petition in connection with the constitu tution of the trnst. Received. Froin same forwarding vouchers asked for in trust's letter of the 4th inst. lie" ceived. RstPOTS. The engineer, air. ". C. IKe.pson. re I·"o·1- - iollov, :--l. Iit vo. haeo Ihong,: to report that sitice your last meeting the state of the river has been such that it would bhe useless to attempt to carry out the works for which contracts lihae been let, unt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 26 July 1889

Traao Addrcsses. IMPORTANT NOTICE. J. W ILSON, WATC'I.'! AK?EII AND .JEVWELLER ITAVI\G lPurchased the Business re I. r ently owned by Mr. W. B. t.Waddell, together with the whole of the Stock, con sidlerably below MeIibournc Wholcsale Prices, .1. W. intends giving the Poublic of Kerano and surroundingdistrict GREATBAItGAINS in W.VTCIII, CLOCKS and Ji:WEI:LLenY. CoUtte ol once andl see Jor yoursreles. Waddell's English Lever Watchcs .. £3 ahddell's 8-guinea English Levers .. :£/10 Waltham Levers .. £2/10 Nickel Clocks from as; Alarms, 6s; Cot tage Clocks, 5s; 8-day (striking) £I 2s 6d. Jcwellery and E.P. Ware at equally low prices. .J.W. intends disposing of tile fock regard lcss of cost. Watches, Clocks and Jewellery repaired. Country orders will receive prompt and special attention. If you wish to secure bargains call and see the prices. Recmember the A3dress, .. V I IL S 0 N (late WA.DEII..L) W.vrctt1.1iKcR & JIiWLwI.I.Ill;, Victoria-street, Kerang. MILLINERY & DRE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 26 July 1889

Tra.o Addrossos. LilE WH1OLiESALE CLOTHIING CO. •' _i . 7 ,.rd l Sec , int .ca rot TWEEDS COATINGS TWEEDS COATISGS TWEEDS COATINGS TWEEDS COATINGS. BLUE and FA NCY SERCGES. BLUE and FANCY SERGES. BLUE and FANOY SFRGCS. Blue and, Fancy Serges. AND ENORMIOU STOCK. (L. OUR OWN TMPOFRTI1C. -Nit r HE Assortment of tPRINN an 2 r1 SUMM3El GOODS is beyond dihit thlie best ever seen in 1th le colonies. As usu:d we have 1 largo staff of the Best Cutters Workmen ` IN VICOTOIIA. A. ALL WOOL TWEED TCOUERS on (:o order), 12s Gil. ALL WOOL TWEED SUITS (to order), 4Gs. WRITE FOR SAMPLES. Oar rravller Visits the District every STwo Months. .I. T. MIDDLETON, General Man ger. COLONIAL WINE STIA.T)ES .ht as If you na an a cool drink come to ,The Shade,. 1 M l. Co k. having rcc?a.ly visited the or I . vi yard+ at Sanih:r at, Yanloit ard ni Alriuy, se'e: teid a large stoik of fo FIRST-CLASS COLONIAL WINES, B anid is offering them at rnIIC5. WoICrI DeF" cOstTITION. B COOL SUM.ER DRINKS ALWAYS D KEPT. Fl R...

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MELBOURNE MARKET REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 26 July 1889

MELBOURNE MA RKiET REPORTS. Messrs. Dalgety and Co., Ltd., Melbourne, skins.--Butchers' green skins and pelts. 3s lid to 5s. lid ; extra, to is ; do lamb s!:ins, 2s Gd to 3s Gl ; a few extra to 4s ; do lamb pelts, is to is d ; dry skins, t4s id to 5s lil each; do in bales and bundles, merino, 5d to id ; do, crossbred, .1}d to 5d1 ; dry pelts, is 9d to is each, and 2d told per lb. Rides. Our quotations are-Butchers' green ox, of prime quality and weight, up to .d2s; medium, I6s to 24s; light, lls to 14s each ; cow iides, 2d; hip, 2S d to 3d per lb; Victorian call skins, 5d ; do, New Zealand, to '5,d for best sorts. Ordinary Victorian salted hides sell from 2Rd to 2.d ; do, heavy weights, from 3d to 3d ; New Zealand heavy hides from ld to .44d ; light do, 21di to 3d per lb. We have cleared two specially good lines of New Zealand heavy hides at d5d to 5d per lb respectively. Kangaroo and Furred Skins.-Prime kangaroo, is 101 to 2s 4d; medium; is 2d to is 9d per its; superior red skins, ...

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DRESSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 26 July 1889

SDRESI.?s.-A very choice selection of, the newest'Diiresi"Ooos, lind thi :littt 'novelti a in braid, silk and other trihiMnines, are now being shown by Manningt and Co., View Point, Sandhurst. Ladies are invited to in spect these Goods, as also to patronise the firm's new Dresismaler (who for a number of years was hel.alitlerand cutter withllte l lal lini, n??f ?'.s'rs.'-"lfn" an~i ?'B'row);'tfroin whomn something viry stylisl may be ex pected. .Miss ilearain is still in charge of our mantle room,-anoia very busy execnting iirders: for. Seal JaBiets and. Waterproof Ulsterr, ,tle,t'b peivalnts cfor, thei winter season.--IA>,t.- I:(tn , 111 ' . or. ow.A's PIL L.-- Indigestion.-.How muclihthouglt has ben bestowed, and what volumniinous treatise lV bin nwiritli; np'irt this nniversal and disissiiing lisease, yltich ws witli ceirtaiitv' h'd'ifet& lispelled viithliout fear. o relapse byartdlie ofs this'purifying, soothling and toni'te-icine. It;: .ts'directly 'on ther estdilach...

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WIT AND WISDOM. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 26 July 1889

WIT AND WISDOUM. -0 SEcoxa to none-One. SwErTerEETS--ICUniOs of lovers. F.AI games-Croquet and lawn tennis. Tur.ns is no tick in the silent watches of the night. Tue softest county in Ireland-The County Down. WHAT word may be pronounced quicker by adding a syllable toit? --Quick. CHINESE cat rice off sharp-pointed sticks, but take Dr. Bull's cough syrup naturally. SALVATION oil is guaranteed to effect a cure in all rheumatic and neuralgic affections. "I SIAVE not loved lightly," as the man said who married a three hundred pound widow. A GREEDr man should wear a plaid waistcoat so as always to keep a check on his stomach. IT is easy to break into an old man's house, because his gait is feeble, and his locks are few. TonE palaces of Europe are getting the repu tation of being haunted because some of the rooms are hung with Gobelin tapestry. - OLt Laldy (to street gamin): "You don't chew tobacco, do you, little boy ?" Little boy: "No-m ; but I can give ye a cigarette." Tne inmates of d...

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THE KERANG AND KOONDROOK TRAMWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 26 July 1889

THE KERANG AND KOONDROOK TRAMWAY. On Friday . evening last Mr. John Blanch. the railway manager for Messrs. D. Munro ond Co., invited the concillors and several other gentlemen to partake of a glass of wino at Cullen's Hotel, to commemorate the completion of the K nerang and Koondrook tramway line, more especially as the programme of the toasts at the opening banquet had to be curtailed. There were about twenty gentlemen present, and Mr. J. Cnllen, the president of the shire, was voted to the chair. He called on the oev. . ii. Scott to propose the first toast. Mr. Scott said he had much pleasure in proposing the health of Mr. John Blanch, the railway manager for the contractors for the tramway, Messrs. D. Munro and Co. He had known Mr. Blanch personally for a number of years. and had always found him a good follow. (Hoar, hear.) Mr. Blanch, in responding, remarked that he did not expect to be honored in such a manner. He took it partly per sonally, as he had met so many old friends ...

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SWAN HILL SHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY, 22ND JULY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 26 July 1889

SWAN HILL SHIRE COUNCIL. MON.-DAY, 22ND JULY. . The adtjourned meeting of the above r. council was held at the Shire Hall on the above date. Present-Cr. Cullen (presi lent), Crs. Patchell, Yeo, Williamson and O'Donnell. I CORRESPONDENCE. From Shiro of Maffra, enclosing report of conference of shire representatives held in Melbourne on the 9th July. The presi- s dent reported the business that had been ' transacted, and moved that the members n for the Upper Hlouse and the mnembers for the Assembly, Messrs. AM'Coll, 'Taver nor and Calvert, be asked to urge upon the Govonement the necessity of increas ing the shire subsidies by £2 to £1. Seconded by Cr. Yeo and carried. F'rom New Zealand Exhibition Com missioners, asking if the conncil required any space in the exhibition. Received. From ,T. H. 3I'Coll, M.L.A., forwarding copy of Rabbit Bill. Received; secretary to apply for a copy for each of the coun cillors. From Public Works Department, stat ing that asphalt was. about to be laid ...

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HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 26 July 1889

* HEALTH. -0 PLEronYxrwr.-Tinet. iodine painted I e?tI chest will often relieve pledrodynio pains c th mustard plasters fail. iha DENTIxRIrc.-Tinctnre of iodine will reC o B tartar from the teeth, and will cause soft, cased gums to become healthy. t ErxsT?XsS.-Picrate of iron locally applie i: o aqueous solution is reported to be one of Co most effective remedies to stop bleeding feoe the nose. Wi ITri.--Dr. Greulich claims that the follow- • ing never fails him :-ltesorcin, one dacbmn Ln vaseline, one ounce. Apply every nightiati bedtime. INsscrs IN THII E.n.--Perhaps the quickest l~ and surest way is by injecting a few drops oft p a solution of equal parts of chloroform and Sn glycerine. DYsacEnnsoE.t.-Tineturo of gelsemii (Wieb IMerrell), two ounces; aletris cordial (Reo), ow omnces; pipino (Battle), two ounces. Thiity j drops cvery two hours.. SULI'IIIDE OF CAnnON IN NEUIRALIA.-Fiftil or twenty drops 'are applied on cotton-wootjto the painful part, and covered with a piece, th d...

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