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AN ADVENTURE WITH WOLVES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 26 July 1889

AN ADVENTURE WITH WOLVES. WE had been hunting for fur and hides that winter, my partner and I, and had been.fairly siccessful. We were' camped at the foot of The Sentinel, tile loftiest peak in Coahnuil, one of the wildest States of the "land of God and liberty." Our present camp had been our headquarters sianc tihe middle of November, though many of our nights haid been passed in the solitude of the mountains, many miles front tile friendly shelter ef our little shanty-half "dug-out," half jackal. I was sitting astride my saddle, which I bad placed upon the ground with the pommel held 1 steady between my knees, pounding coffee with the butt of my six-shooter. The sun was just sinking in a blaze of golden light behind the smooth, grey lap of the Saddle Mountain, mak ing it indeed a fit seat for the mythical giant to whom, in Indian tradition, it lbelongs. It was a glorious sunset, conducive to reflection, and memory wandered lingeringly, almost sadly, through tile " moukly lodges of...

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PORK AND PORKERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 26 July 1889

- -PORK -AND-PORKERS. Sa? and cook the small potatoes for the pigs. Tus hog docsn's object to a seasoning of cur enlio in his fruit. TitE hog is omnivorous and is much benefitted by the right sort of vegetable food. Wui.r the hog gets more variety in This food and less vrriety in his drink, he will not have the "cholera "so often. TIH first point'in making cheap pork is to get the hog to market in, the shortest possible time. The same fdod'makes'inorepork in early fall than in midwintei,:for less of the food is used to produce animal heaoot.

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
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SHIRE OF GORDON. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 26 July 1889

SHIRE OF GORDON. The following report was submitted by the engineer (Mr. A. 'B.   Fry) at the last monthly meeting of the Gordon Shire Council:- The fol- lowing contracts have been completed since your last meeting - R. H. . Crowe, culvert and formation at Austin's corner, parish of Mincha West; L. Bagnell,   small bridge and formation between Woods', parish of Mologa; E. Schmidt,   road clearing between McRorie and Parke's, parish of Boort; J. Noble, road clearing near Nolen's, in the parish of Jeruk. 1. During the month I visited Mr. J. Ferguson's contract for bridge over the Calival Creek 5 times; very slow progress has been made. On my first in- spection no one was at work, and on another occasion only two men were there. Mr. Burrows informs me that for several days he was literally wasting his time as no work was going on, and at last he went into Pyramid Hill after Mr. Fernguson to ask him if he intended to finish the bridges; since then ...

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THE IRISH ENVOYS. MR. DEASY AT KERANG. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 30 July 1889

THE IRISH ENVOYS. MR. DEASY AT. KEIRANG. On \Weneday evening last Mr. Deasy, M.P., one of the Irish envoys, gave an address in the Mechanics' Institnte on [omie hule. There was only a fair attendance. The c.ev F..[. fMaddent, or Kerang, took the chair, and there were also on thte platform Fatllher Collins, who hais only recently ar rirved in the colonies fron, Ireland and knew Mr. Densy thlere. and M r. A. Kirwan, *T.P., of Coltinas. In introdpcitg Mr. Dfisy, the chair lean said he ed expieected to see a mnuhl larger gathiering. Ifo ]knew it wonld be au easy matter for hliin to preside att tiht tweeting, as Kering audiences, and es secially the Irislh eople.i, alwasys beliared well. ie haid very ichi pleasure in blinging before them MrI.. I)easy. who would tell thein of souse of the sllierings bIorne by the poor Ipeople of Ireland who haid not such good laws as were enjoyedl in Anstralia. A collection would he iuiule at the tertinatlion of thie address anil lie trusted they would al...

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ELECTION MEETINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 30 July 1889

ELECTION MEETINGS. -- 4- (rini onu owsv, col:t:Si'oxNitlT.) Mecssrs. \. I)unstani nid .1. 11. Hors tall, caiididates tir seats in the Swan hill Shire Council. addressed a la:rge mieeting of ratepayers in the Ninyeunook \ie clh:uiics' institute tiler the cattle sale on Saturday last. Mr. P. Cuniniins was voted to the chair, and lirst called upon M[r. Dunstan to address the imeeting. MIr. u)nistai said lie had received :a requisition asliIng him to stand tier a co1plg1y with the request, deeLdinig to st:and tir Mr. Taverner's seat. Although that sceat was not vet vacant, it would sooin ie, SIr lie had waited upon Mr. Taverner aiid asked him if lie intended to resign, and lhaid received a reply in the atlirnmative. 'The catlidlate stated that hle had not nuitcrll to say nponi shire matters, lut ihe thought it his dnty to call this and otlher imeeinggs in order to give the ratepayers tii opporttuity of iiestioning hiii. I[e had beemi a piblic miatn in a limited sense tfa soeine time pas...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 30 July 1889

CORRESPONDENCE. ni:loie ann anddles+ of the writer moot he ahiled, n : lit oo~i~o Tiy for 1 tlliiiL~ilinn, ho~lt on n gonrLo tee of t . of (itt:. tllilo ite tin neo 0 til tiino. ,i~ul to enc rrly anu I pllblish correepoplnience, ailoing an a nt llof Ilitile cntitet with the rules if j3mu ali. at dintot toll eerel rylpnnilde f.r tinyolhi.:aa p.";~.

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COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 30 July 1889

COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. The folloiviig are the dlates on which ourts :ill behocld, beofore Major lartrop, P.M., for the moniths of July iand begin ning of August, at the undermentioned places: AUGUST. Thursday, 1st, Swan Hill. Friday, 2nd, Kerang. - j 1Moduday 5th, RIaywood. Wedniesday, 7tlh; Sandhurst and Eagle hawk. e

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[TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERANG TIMES.] [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 30 July 1889

[To TIlt EtI~TOR OF0 TIE lSEIEANO TltAIEs. Sit:,- In your contet1mporary's issue of Saturday last. I noticted a letter siguted "F. .I. Wjitkin." I presume the author of t11hat letter to be the Iee. F. J. Wilkin, of this torts. 't/Itt eeltrttIoosrr ooo~ tetlr o eorr,,loltoed 1011.0. :'Ilia l~enttlllrry ,r 0,,lanil elea'llnllell I prominently before tlhe ptublic as he possibly can. First we oind t11 patradting tlhe streets and blocking the thorotgltttres assisting a so-called ' latngelist." After failing to cornvince the people of time error of their ways to this mrauer, we find hhiu rustling into print over the failure of certain eran gelistic servieSs which were held in thle ae chanies' Institute, anld (moaning piteously over the sitftl state in wllictt the people of Kerang arc livinig. Lstly, lie appears as a sytmpathiser (?) with the comtmissioners of the Swaon Itill Shire Water Trnst in what Ihe calls " their thappy escape fronm the dillicul ties and burdtens of their honoraryand...

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AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 30 July 1889

AGRICULTURAL NOTES. (rulox OUt OwS COluI)siONDiENT.) The mild weathler diring the past-week will be welcomed by the firumers, espe cially in the districts which had such a visitaltioil of wet weather earlier in the season. The spell is enabling farmers to proceed with ploughing, and the area uindcr cultivation will be increased in conl sequence. Stock generally never loolsod better at this time of year, and owing to the strong condition of the ewes the lanbing prolmlises a splendid record, de spite the late reports of fatalities from the. cold. Altogether the agricultural and pastoral outlook is liigly favorable. Shleep, both fat and store, are maintain ing their value oIncally, and last week sales were easily affected, Altogether "3,000 fat sheep were yarlded, a fiir lproportion beon of prmne quality. Prime crossbred wethers rcealised front 1Os to lts Gd; extra prime and lheavy do from 17s to 18s Gd; good crossbredl wetlers from 1n s to 14s; primie crossbred cwrcs from ls to l5s; p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 30 July 1889

Traclo Addrossos. IM'PO1tTANT NOTICE. .J. W IL SON, WATCIHMA1ER AND JEWELLER rHAVING Purclhased tihe usiness re cently owned by MIr. W. I. Waddell, together with the whole of the Stock, con sblerably below .leiboorte Whlolesale Prices, J. W. intends giving the Publie of Kerang and surroundingdlistriet GREAT BlARGAINS in W.vrTCIII:S, CLOCKS and JewrraRn:v. Come at osle anidl see /ort oneurles. WVaddell's English Lever Wattches .. £3 Waddell's 8.guinea English Levers.. £1/10 Waltham.n .evers .. ...2/10 Nickel Clocks Iroes 5s; Alarms, (is; Cot tage Clocks, is; S-day (striking) £12s id. Jewellery and E.I'. Ware at equally low prices. J.W. intends disposing of the stock regard less of cost. Watches, Clociks antd lewellery repaired. Coontry orders will receive prompnlt and special attention. If you wish to secure bargains call and see the prices. Remember the Address, J. I L S O N (late WAIll;les.) Wrclu.IKER & JvIWEl.l, RVictoria-street, Ierang. MI1LLINEIY & II ESiSM A KI...

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Kerang Times. Published Tuesdays and Fridays. WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. TUESDAY, JULY 30, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 30 July 1889

1.trano' LWint.r Published Tuesdays and Fridays. WITIH WEcKLY SUI'iLiiENT. TI'UESII Y, .JULY o30, 1sso. zl Ip.Ir, a.,, IN the Assembly on siirisnip-erWcs. \Wednesday last MIr. Hall moved "that in the opinion of this House all grants and subsidies voted by Parliament to ununicipalities should be paid over to the same without any deductlion what ever." The object of the motion was to elicit an expression of opinion from the Honse on Mr. Deakin's procedure in compelling certain Water Conserva tion Trusts to pay the interest on their borrowed capital by withholding snbsi dies voted to shire councils. It would have been hotter if the task under taken by Mr. Hall had libeen entrusted to some other country member whose constituents are more seriously alfee ted by the action of tile Minister, for the subsidy withheld fromn the Ruther glen Borough Council is so small in amount that Mr. Deakin could afford to reply to the hon. member for Shepparton and Euroa with a jauntiness which approached...

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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 30 July 1889

F O O T B AL L. -4-- (wiY Ill-lIExlRL.) The second tmatch for the Leopold Cup n as playcd on Satnrday last, at Kerang, between the two local telatis, the Tln pirials andI the hovers, which, after a very evenly playedl game throghount, re sulted in a win for the Rovers by one goal. The Imporials were playing whit emergencies in the place of eight of their best mee,, and it was anticipated before the play started that they would he beaten. The teams were late in getting ready, it being nearly half-past throo be fore play commenced. I wonld remind both tenamns that half-past three is thel latest time given by the association for starting the game, and the team that is niot then in place should lore the matcit. It wrould be far better for overybloldy if the men were all ready on the grinnd at half-past tan, so that an early start could he inmade. A. Westhlande, captain of the liov-era, won the toss, and eleeteilto kick towards the south goal. The ball, on beilng stanrtcedl, wits kept in...

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LATEST CABLEGRAMS. WEST AUSTRALIAN ENABLING BILL. BOULANGISM IN FRANCE. THE EUROPEAN SITUATION. GRANTS TO THE ROYAL FAMILY. AUSTRALIAN HORSES IN EUROPE. THE PARNELL COMMISSION. MR. LABOUCHERE'S MOTION. DISASTER IN CHINA. THE NEW GOVERNOR OF VICTORIA. THE ROYAL MARRIAGE. GERMAN SETTLEMENT IN AUSTRALIA. LONDON, JULY 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 30 July 1889

LATEST CABLEGRAMS. WEST' AUSTl'liATA\N ENABlING I liL. BIOUlANOl s1 IN FPIANCE. Til EUIUtOI'EAN SITUATION. GRiANTS TO 'TII IOYALFA.\ II.Y. AIUSItALIAN IIOItSES IN IEUROPE. 'TftE PAIINELL COM.MISSION. alit. LXIOUClLEltE'S MOTION. DISASTER IN CHINA. TIE NEW (tOVEIINOII OE VICTORIIA. TIE RIOYAL M1AlI:ItAGE. GERMAN SETTL.EMIINTI IN AUSTRALIA. (ItIOM AtGUs ASND a;E coIn1ItsroNtsENrTs.) LosNoN, JurX 22. In the Lhouse of ComItuons this evening it was annouInced that the Government wolnh p0sh1 on llthe Wctern Australian Enabling Bill to the secondl reading, in order that tihe principles of the nte:tsrte shonld he allirmted, and that the hill wonlil not be proceeded with any tfurlther The French Government, it is stated. have resolvced, with thl e view of efcitn ally prevoenting General Tioilanger frotri bringing himself promtinently forward as a political leader at the approaching elCc tions, to take the necessary steps to Ilhave him proclaited an outlaw, which in volves thie forfcilture of...

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KERANG DISTRICT AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 30 July 1889

KERANG DISTRICT AGRICUL TURAL SOCIETY: A meeting of the conmumittee of the Ke rang District Agricunltral Society was held at the Mechalnics' Institute ont Wel neslday last, the president (Mr. W. T. W. Patchell) nccnpying the chair. The minntes of the previous meeting were readt and confirmed. COttnESPONDEXNCE. Fromt Kyneton Agricnltural Society, notifying dsate of annnal cattle show. Received. From Sccretary for Agricoulture, notify ing despatch of lire copies of the litlletin for April. Received. From samte, stating, in reply to so ciety's coeuinnication, tlhat tihe travelling dairy woultd proiably lie at Klrang on tlhe 9th Iprox., if thle society rwonid pro vile certaitn irgtircttents for working it. Stating further that the dairy would only be exhlibitel in one locality in the district, where it would reanini about one week. Received. From Secretary for Agricultuere (telegratt), intimating tlhat hie could not postpone tlte visit of the travellingdairi- to September, as retquested...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. DAIRY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 30 July 1889

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. 1)AIMY PLODI)UCE. The butter and egg mllarket is fairly sup plied. 'Prices for the former are now quoted at 10( per lb for good quality, and for the latter at is Gd per udozen.

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STATE OF THE RIVERS. HEIGHT ABOVE SUMMER LEVEL. [BY TELEGRAPH.] Monday. MURRAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 30 July 1889

STATE OF TILL ll VE11U. lIEIGHT AeOVE SU,1310L Lr: .. [BY TELEGA.PI.] Monday. 1lucnny. ft. in. Albury .. .. .. 0 0 Echunca .. .. .. 20 9 Swan hill ... . .. 13 4 Euston .. .. .. 21 0(i Gou.nunas. Snynour ... .. 3 3 1unnu3inuoEE. Wagga .. .. .. 4 clay .. .. .. 10 8 l:ranald .. .. .. 11 2 DARLING. Nenindie .. .. .. 24 2 Wentworth .. .. .. 1 2 Wileannia .. .. .. 28

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[TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERANG TIMES.] [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 30 July 1889

(I)A tI'll utitiog ord 01 gOX TI6Kl~XG'' li. Sir,-I utny canvass through th dlistriet,l lind it circuIntet that it elected I reside at Itoo great a tdistance from lierang to attend the icouncil meetings, but will onlyn make themt a cotnvenience, and I 0111 snry to say thaft, this slanlter las emntaated from duo of the present sitting muembetrs, no doubt with the view of assisting the candidature of one of miyopponentt. I have, tlherefore, to state that, i0 the oevent of my returi, shoulhd any ratep .yer prove that I have absented myself tfrom anuy tmeeting (except througlh circuto. stances over which I have io control), I will tinieliately resign toy seat. I tlttik time ratepayers will easily see that I am not wanted to assist in looking after tlheir rights, but, Dlespite such subterfuge, the hallot box will prove whehlller stucl subversive means have had the desired effect.-Y-Tours, etc., .IOati t ARUEl11, Towaninnie, 'ý2lnd .July, 1889.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 30 July 1889

CLEA1ING CASH SALE OF SADDLERY OWING to continued ill-health, I have disposed of my business, without the Stock, nod Ihave decided to sell the latter at greatly reduced prices for each. l0e in time, and secure your bargains in Ibis Genu no Clearing Sale, commencing June 10th, 1889. No reasonablel Cash offer will be refused. A. J. JONES, SADDLERI, ICEIANO. For Sale, privately, brick dooble-fronted hop, cellar, live-roomed dwelling, bath house, verandalhs, garden and outhouses, Central corner block, Kerang. Five roomed weatherboardl dwelling in Scoresby street, one block of land opposite thle resi dence of C. J. Iluscomnbe, Esq., one block. of land at KIoondrook; also one :lonblc-seatedl hooded buggy, and two good buggy mares For particulars apply above. Medical. ALT. DS Iar5t: 01 T.01LON STALNDIN(i COT PLIi'IIIX CCItilt) IsY IIE1t5AL. .IAGINETIC TI:iAMI~' Chrontic SO5rrers Should net I'il to Coenslt MR H. E. KUGELMANN CwellttioC lic,' loot sItI1 it-icettb Of len1 al II ILIxM STItIA, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 30 July 1889

Wanted. AN 1 "D, by four respeetahle young men, Board n011d lesideInce. Apply D.W.E.CF., thils Ollice. 0257 ,rANTID, Roy to learn Sign Writing d Painiting. Wages from start. Apply J. . AJINOLDT, Paiontcr. 201 1NTI:D, quantlity good Hay Chlalf. ` Forward S;uple, with price per ton, to .. MIUNIIO andl CO., Limited, Contrac lors. herng. 11:100 ' 0f001 SI'LII' POSTS WANTE]) 1 'JJ in lots to lie urrungedl. Ap. ply, stalting price per 100, to Messrs. I)., MUNI{O & CO., Limited, Contraclors, ]c rang. 9200 Notices. KEttANG AND I KOONDIROOK TRAII \VAY. LI'1'lICATIONS will he received up to Monday, Ithe 511th Algst, 1111rm persons willing to performl the following duties at Koondrook :-T'o receive and tlake chlarge of goods andl parcels for delivery; keep tank supplid wituh water ; load and unload goiods; aind seltc other duties as may be necessary. Applicants to state wages re quliredl. I). G. IIATTIRAY, Shire Hall, Secretary. Ierang, 30th July, 1SS. 9:102 KEIIANG AND KOOKNDROOQI TRA...

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ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 30 July 1889

AccoENxr.-A painfln accident hap pened to a little girl, dauightcr of Mr. Jno. Mitchell, of lacorna,; on Sunday. -Mr. Mlcitclell was driiting his wife atud funily to visit his brotlher, when, in crossing a creek on the roadl, the horses iade ar plungeo and the child was thrown out, breaking her loft art- above the elbow. 'Thc patient was iitiuiediately brought into Kiorang and attended to by Dr. Anstin, who set the bone. tShe is not progressiitg as fa'orably as cooll be 9q pected. 'THE MoxicAlltt Er.ctrloxns.-Noinina tions for the various vacancics in thi thlree ridings of the Swan hlill Shire, causned by the retirement by eflloxiont of time of Crs. Callen, Willianmooti and lMcDonald, closed at the Shiroe Hall last evening. For tit East Loldlon liding Cr. Ctllcn is accorded the well-earned ho nor ofa walk;-over. Thie v~tcatty in the tiU.\"r Prnrnriy lti~lti.E wilt . I~o tittuJ. t~y 11m. .1. Gray, S-Ito' fotrmerly represented that portion of the slhire, antd iprovted himisell a usefo...

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