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MACORNA BUTTER AND CHEESE FACTORY CO., LTD. ADJOURNED MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 13 August 1889

MACORNA BUTTER AND CHEESE FACTORY CO., LTD. ADJOURNED MEETING. (iv OniT oWs ntroarOfTEI.) The adjourned meeting of the above company' was held at the fitclory, aMa. cornsa, on Friday evening last. There was again a very large attendance of shareholders, in facttihe nmnher was so great that it ans suggested n adjournionent should he made to somle larger building, which suggestion was acted rlpon, those ,prescit alj?iorning to tile Baptist Church. The chairman of directors, Mr. E. C. De Garis, lnot being present, Mr. J. S. Angus was voted to the chair, and stated, for the information of those shareholders who did not take part in the meeting on the previous Friday, that it had. been adjourned and the adoption of the balance sheet deferred inl consequence of the books of the compa:uy, which had been sent to llellourne to be written tup, not h:ving arrived inl time to be on view for tile inspection of the shareholtders. They were now in the hands of tilhe secretary titanl could be inspe...

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. DAIRY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 13 August 1889

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. I)AIRY P'RODUCE. The butter an l egg market is fairly sap plied. J'rices for the former are now quoted at 104 per Ib for goe0l quality, and for the latter at Is ;d per dozen.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 13 August 1889

Trade Addresses. tilE WHOLESALE CLOTHING CO. - 5 od-oL s i+o StOtldtPrJ(tl" TWEEDS COATINGS TWEEDS COATINGS TWEEDS COATINGS TWEEDS COATINGS. BLUE and FANCY SERGFS. Blue and Fancy Serges. AND ENORMOUS STOCK. OUR OWN IMPORTING. T HE Assortment of. SPRING an SUMMER GOODS is beyond doubt the best ever seen in the colonies. As usual we have a large staff of the Best Cutters & Workmen IN VICTORIA. ALL' WOOL TWEE D TROUSERS (to order), 12s Gd. ALL WOOL TWEED SUITS (to order), 46s. WRITE FOR SAMPLES. Our Traveller Visits the District every r Two Months. ' J. T. MIDDLETON, General Man ger. E. M COOK, OOLON[AL WINE SHADES If you want a cool drink come to The Shades. E M. Coak. having recently visited the vineyards at Sandhurst, Yandoit and Albury, seloted a large stock of FIRST-CLASS COLONIAL WINES, ... and i. offering them at PRICEs WuICII DEFY CPnETIaTION. f COOL SUMMER DRINKS ALWAYS KEPT. FIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATION. GOOD STABLING. Agent for HEPBURN MINERAL WATERS, the great remedy f...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 13 August 1889

SMURPi1 BRO1., GROOERS, DRAPERS, IRONHOONtG " :. rc ' ES!RE to convcey their Iest thaonk to i their many friends .nd patron:s wi? have favored therm with their custom since thl rstatltishment of tht ir I;usines- in loering aud take this opprrtunity of iuformeng thlemi that they have removed to their NEW & COMMODIOUS PR1EMISES, (Next door to their old shol'.) They also desire to frtlher state th.at. i addition to their large stock of Articles formerly kept, they h v-e oadted the DRIAPERY BUS;NES, .And are now in a positici to supply DRESS MATERIAL, . HOUSEHOLD LINEN, MENS & YOUTHS' CLOTHING, ETC MURPHY BROS rretcetfuoly request t continusnceof that confidence hitherto io posed in them. FORL SALE. EVERAL Township Allotinents on'resy terms. Apply IL BRIEN, Senr., ifta corns. Medical. Ar.t lSl:qEAl5CFs O(II 0IOG STANDING CO[ i'I.IT:I'.e CUOIED IBY 7ltl031L tAGNI'TIC. TItEATMI.:NT. C?n:1icn S ervcrcr Sihold not I:ail to Colsoit MR 1-I. E. KUGELiM\'ANN COnliltinhi lýerlnli...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 13 August 1889

Trade Addresses. IMPORTANT NOTICE. J. WILSON, WATCHIMAKER AND JEWELLER H AVING Purchased the Business re cently owned by Mr. W. II. Waddell, together with the whole of the Stock, con siderably bcelow Melibourne Wholesale Prices, J. W. intends giving the Public of IKeranr and surroundingdistrict GREAT BARGAINS in W\VATCEs, CLoCKS and JEWELLEnY. Come at once and see for yourselres. Waddell's English LeverWatches .. £3 Waddell's S-guinea English Levers .. £4/10 Waltham Levers .. .. ..£2/10 Nickel Clocks from 5s; Alarms, Gis; Cot tage Clocks, 5s; S-day (striking) £1 2s Gd. Jewellery and E.P. Ware at equally low prices. J.W. intends disposing of the stock regard less of cost. Watches, Clocks and Jewellery repaired. Country orders will receive prompt and special attention. If you wish to secure argains call and see the prices. Remember the Address, J. W I L S 0 N (late WADnner.L) WxVATCIMiKER. & JEWELLE..R, Victoria-street, Kerang. MILLINERY & DRIESSMA KING. MISS HEALE, LA...

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
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AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 13 August 1889

AGRICULTURAL NOTES. (FrPo oUr t OwN COI:IItsrPOxInSNT.) The wdeather during the past week has been very favorable for farming opera tions. Agriculhurists have made the best of their time in getting in crops. All the early crops are looking :cry healthy. Grass is plentiful, and with the advancing warm weather there will be a miracnlons growth of vegetation. Stock are ill good condition. Tihe Budget proposals of the Govern lment are, as might be exeected, objected to by certain classes of the contmunity, while others view them as highly satis factory. With regard to the proposal to increase the duty on oats and harley from 2s to us per crntal, the importers and dealers are not disposed to complain, lint they strongly protest against the action I of the Government in deferring the time for levying the additional impost till the 1st December. The importers and speculators declare that the statements, that to levy the additional duty at once woaid play into their hands, is absnrd. The Vi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 13 August 1889

DEAF FORTY YEARS. The description of a simple remerly, by which a complete cure of deafness and noises in the head of forty years' stnhding has just been cffected, will ble senit free .to anyone who applies to . ITI. Nicholsoni,'i175 Williamii Street, lMelbourne.-(ArirT.) ;. ., BRIGOHT 'ROSrrPCTS FOR B?INIGO.-Life to some would not he worth the living were it robbed bof its anticipations and hopes. lWheno these arc not realised, disappointment and disgust are generally the result. Not so if you anticipate, hope for and expect something very good at Manning and Co.'s salc, commencing Satunlay; August 3rd, for ye who want to buy shall not be disappointed. Call and see salvage goods recovered from the wreck of the Cape Verde. Our prices \will astonish you.-rADvT.] Wanted. "\T- ANTE1) Useful o1: .::hle milk.: make himsellf Cgenraly refnl. l At tell sehinl half thime'. Apply ii :. ollie,. T :\ANTED, Quantit: of n.ti. Apply, SV stating price p"I:- hushel, to 1). MUNT:O and CO., LTD., Cont...

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Kerang Times. Published Tuesdays and Fridays. WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. TUESDAY, AUGUST 13, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 13 August 1889

Published Tuesdays and Fridays. WITH WIEKILY SUP'PLIMcINT. TUESJD A, Y: AUG UST 13, ISSO. Tin. most important do hr'e,°,ý T.,er. bate which is likely to take place in the As sembly while the budget is eunder eon sideration was commenced last Wed nesd:ay on the stock tax. Mr. Gillies does not propose to raise the present duties - although that course is strongly faLvored by a large majority of memnbers representing the aglrieul tural interest-because lie is pleased to assume that at the general election the feeling of the country was against it. Ilut it will be remembered that, al though the Governmenit was beaten last session on its present policy of leaving matters as they are, and promised to abide by the decision of the country upon the advisability or otherwise of increasing the stock duties, the question was not raised when the general election took place. Some candidates did refer to the sub ject; others dird not; and in at least half of the constituencies it was not referred ...

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THE MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 13 August 1889

TiE aliUNICIPAf. ELI.:CIONS.-. n the W.est olddon l? idling of the Shire of Swiani Hill the final retllrns wore-Hors fall, 300 ; Allet', 204 ; Mr. Iorsfall thuls being eledleil bmv .t injirity of 90G votes. 'In tie Gordon Shire, Cdtntral Riding, the votin wis--] nmp, 286 ; Smith, 180. MIr. Smith, thoe retiring councillor, being thierefore defeatb id by 50 votes. K t~]:nNo l.I?ox~Ic Bar,.L-Elsewhere it is Iotilicd tiat the .fifth..anniversary ball in eeonicti l i with the Kerltng 1Masonic lodge will be held in thei Mechanics' on Weines?lay Septemher 4th. Tickets -doilble; 21s (lady's extra; 10s Gd, :may . 'be obtained. mr Bros.. J.. Coleman,. ''IEin Ollico; Asher Ellis,' Poit olffice D. G. Rattr . Shire Hall; D. Haw thorne, Vieti ia Street, ,:and :H. W. Richardsonn,. Messrs. Yeb,' Taverner and Co's oflie FIRWOODn, TC.--Tenders aro invited elsewhere fi supplying firewood, and emptying ear -eclosets and dustbins, at the Government lices, Kerang" (except rail ways snd':S to schools), fo...

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
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MELBOURNE MARKET REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 13 August 1889

3MELBIOURNE, N.I.H!'K' lEl'OR'r. Messrs. Dalgety anil Co.. 1.1i, M?:lhourne, reporl. 7th August:-Wool.-Therr,. i;s little to report rospecting this marli:et. livyers continule active. nli we have n ali.o oil| to make santisfetory sales of n!! lots to hanld. sheepskins. - quote : -Butchers' rleen slkins and mplt. :5s fi !to fi, : I-xt., to s :: I ; I )o lan11 skins, 2s Gil to Its 9.; :1 few extra todsd; Iido Iai:nl pelts. Is to 2s ; dry .skins, l 6d tol IS each ; do in halts anud! .letol . merino. 5it to (;id ; do, crossbred. -"1d to 5i1d ; driy plts. Is t!; to -Is eachi. .and d toldl plr th. J:ir s. Our qitotatiotns are - Butchers- goten ox, of prime qtulity :td weight. 1t:1 to .1( s; iteodittl, Its to 25s ; lighti 1 is to 15s tarh ; cow hides,. 2d to 2ti ; killp, 2il to i l opr It ; Vitlrinl calf skins. 5i ; ido, New Zel.anl. to li.d for lbest sortIs. tolrdinaliy Victorian salted hides sell fromn 2Ltl to :,l; do, heurvy heavy hilde:; trin -Id to -11; light. ,Io, 2,l to ::d per Ih. ...

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MR. THOMPSON'S CASE. [TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERANG TIMES.] [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 13 August 1889

Mr. THOMPSON'S CASE. [TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERANG TIMES.] SIR,—You will doubtless remember that about the middle of April last was witnessed     a most disastrous conflagration in the town, which ended in the total destruction of the premises known as Alger's building, in which were carried on respectively a branch of the London Chartered Bank, a drapery establishment, occupied by Messrs. White and Co., and a bookseller's and stationery     warehouse, kept by Mr. J. Thompson. The   bank's loss was not large, owing to the fact that all the books and valuables were pro- tected by their large safe. Messrs. White and Co. were covered by an insurance of £1000; whilst Mr. Thompson, as I learn,   was at the time quite unprotected by any insurance. It consequence of some altera- tions he intended making in the policy, he had, I understand, allowed it to lapse. Now, sir, on the night of the loss above referred to, ...

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STATE OF THE RIVERS. HEIGHT ABOVE SUMMER LEVEL. [BY TELEGRAPH.] Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 16 August 1889

STATE OF TEE ITVEBS. HEIor AnovESUMMER LEVEx. [BY TELEGRAPH.) Thursday. MlunuY. ,ft. in. Albury .. 11. 0 Echuca .. .. 22 5 Swan Hill . . : .. 13 2 Eusto .. 24 7. Snymour .. .. -10 6 1TURRUnoIDoEE. Wagga .. 109 ay 6 9 alrtanald .. 15 '6 DARLIN. EG Menindie .. 25 9 Wentworth .. 22 10 Wileannia . .. .. 28 6.

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MINISTERIAL CRISIS. WANT OF CONFIDENCE MOTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 16 August 1889

e MINISTERIAL CRISIS. dWANT OF CONFIDENCE MOTION., A political ;crisis; has occurred, and; the fate of the Goveriinment is in the balance: Oli Wednesday afternoon, wheiŽ the Legis lative Assembly hadjust met, Mr. M'Lean gave notice of a motion to be moved on going into Committee of Supply of Ways I' antd Means on the 22nd inst., to the effect -that the farmers of the colony were en titled to a larger measure of protection than was proposed by the Government, and that therefore the duties on all grain and pulse should be increased to 3s. per cental, and the duty on imported live stock and dead meat also increased. When the hone gei;deman read the: notice ihe gave no indication that his intention was other than to receive a straight vote on the stock tax question without embarrass. ing the Government, but when the Premier heard its terms he stepped over to'Mr. M'Lean and lhand:a hurried consul tation with hiim. In a minute or two the house was informed of what had tran spired between ...

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[TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERANG TIMES.] [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 16 August 1889

[To THE Enrron op THE KER?4o TIMES.) Sin,-lThoso who happened to peruse the last issue of your contemporary may have noticed an effusion, signed " Fair Play," ostensibly criticising your editorial remarks anent the .Rev. F. J. Wilkin, which appeared in a previous issue of your journal. It is needless to resort to reiteration of your pertinent re. marks, which, I feel assured, are endorsed by all throughout the shire, excepting, of course, the person named and the writer (?) of the letter taking up the cudgels on his behalf. Judging by the disconnected compilation of the epistle, and the various evidences of trade jealousies in troaduced, one need not look a great' dis tance from the office in Scoresby St. to discover the writer. Other allusions to shire management, and out.of.place asser tions with reference to the letting of work, may be placed in the same cato. gory as the other statements.-Apologis ing for thus far trespassing on your valuable space,-Yours, etc., CONSTANT READER....

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 16 August 1889

CORRESPONDENCE. [COmmnu ieatlons intended for Iu?ertion in tots column should be ddressed to the Editor. The name and addrcss of the writer must be added, not nmecesnrily for publication, but as a uarantee of good faith. While we are at all times glad to re cel? aand publish correspondence. allowing an amount of latitude cmnsistont with the rules of ournalislu, we do not hold ourselves responsbhle for any Olplions oxpressed.]

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 16 August 1889

GOVERNMENT'GAZETTE. henollowm,? notces. appeareI 'in asti week's. Gazette:" - :' . :...i Renewal of Licenses.-Robt Colvillo, 42 acres, Murrabit West; Matthew Beninett, 20 acres,' Benjeroop;( Wm- Hutchinson; 20 acres; L?'don ;' e.. IHenderson, 20 acres;-1Morrabit?West'; SimeoixLong, Jr., 20 acres, Macorna; Elizabeth Ml Intoshl 20 acres, Murrabit; ;Wi. Sinithl,'-9"acresj Iurrabit West;-'John;Sisiileton, 15 acres; Murrabit. License Revoked.-John Saw yers, 19 acres,' Tyntyrider I Transfers of leases registered at the Titles Office. Michael" Hallinaii 'to Joliii:'Hlliiiitii313 acres 3 roods 3-perclies;: -Leaghi~i ; P. Byrnes to John Byrnes, 220 acres 0 roodb 9 perches, M[urrabit; John O'Halloran to .D.O'Halloran,319 acres 8 roods 34perches, Tragowel. , Application Iffor Lease Alp' proved.-Walter Hall, 319 acres 3 roods 6 perches, Ganiinwasrsi.? ~iloL

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. DAIRY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 16 August 1889

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. --- -+ ---- DAIRY PRODUCE. Tho butter and egg marllet is fairly sup plied. Prices for the former are now quoted at 10d per lb for good quality, and for the latter at Is lid per dozen.

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PRODUCE MARKET. SANDHURST, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 16 August 1889

PRODUCE MARKET. SA.nul?usT, Tuesday. Mr. \\. J. Boolier reports as follows : Wuheat, is to is 2d per bushel, good rilme milling ; oats (Calelttas) 3s lid to 4s do , white, "s 0,1 to Is per bushel ; barley, feed, s :sId to its 10d ; do. malting, Os to 5s 4d per bushel ; hay, prime, to £5 10s per ton ; straw, to £1 15s per ton ; chalf, £5 to £5 10s per ton. Mr. C. . rennan reports :--fay, wheaten, prime, £5 5s to £5 10s per ton ; oaten, £4 to £4 ;i-s per ton ; sheaves, wheaten, £? to £5 2s (i: per ton ; straw, £t1 1s per ton ; wheat, 5s to 5s Id per bushel; oats, is to Is 2d per bushel ; Calcutta, "sSd to Hs 10d per bushel ; Algerian, Is dd to ::s Od per bushel ; iarley, Cape, Is 5d to 3s 1Od per bnshel.j

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 16 August 1889

Trade Addrosscs. IMPORTANT NOTICE. j. WILSON, WATCIIMAKERI AND JEWELLER H AVING Purchased the -Business re cently owned by JMr. W. a. "Waddell, together with the whole of the Stock. con siderably below Melbourne Wholesale Prices, J. W. intends giving the Pulae of Kerann and surrounolinglistrict GREAT BARGAINS in W.VTCrES, CLoCmS and JEWELLEIY. Conme at once and nse for lyosrselres. Waddell's English LeverWatches .. £3 Waddell's S-guinea English Levers .. £41/10 Waltl;amn Levers .. £2/10 Nickel Clocks from 5s; Alarms. Os; Cot tage Clocks, is ; 8-day (striking) £1 2s Gd. Jewellery and E.P. Ware at equally low prices. J.W. intends disposing of the stock regard less of cost. Watches, Clocks and Jewellery repaired. Country orders will receive prompt and special attention. If you wish to secure. argains call and see the prices. Remember the Address, J. W I L S 0 N (lato nrADDELrL) T lVATCllIM.\laiE & J?IWEILEll, Victoria-street, Kerang. MILLINERY & I).lIESSMAKING. MISS HEA...

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MAGISTERIAL ENQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 16 August 1889

MAGISTERIAL ENQUIRY. A magisterial enquiry touching the death of Florence May James, the infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. James, of Wellington-street, was held yesterday, before Mr. C. Yeo, J.P. The following evidence was adduced: Mary Ann James, sworn, deposed: I am the wife of Alfred Edward James, residing at Wellington-street, Kerang. The deceased is my daughter. She was six weeks old. I went to bed about ten o'clock the previous night. The deceased went to bed at the same time, and ap- peared to be quite well. I remember suckling the deceased some time during the night, but I cannot say at what hour. About seven o'clock this morning I awoke and found the child dead. The body was not quite cold, but was nearly so. My husband was out of bed before I awoke. The child was lying on my arm dead when I found it. Both my husband and myself are temperance society members. Thomas Mein Austin, sworn, said: I   am a legally qualified medical practi- tioner, residing at Ker...

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