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

HoLowavr's PtLLs. - Indigestion.-How much thought has been bestowed, and what voluminous treatises have been written, upon this universal and distressing disease, which is with certainty and safety dispelled without fearof relapse by a course of this purifying, soothing and tonic medicine. It acts directly on the stomach, liver and bowels-then in directly, though no less effectively, on the brain, nerves, vessels and glands, introducing such order throughout the entire system that harmony dwells between each organ and its functions. Dyspepsia need no longer be the bugbear of the public, since Holloway's Pills are fully competent to subdue the' most chronic and distressing cases of impaired digestion, and to restore the miserable suf ferer to health, strength and cheerfulness. dvt. Wanted. " NTED useful Boy, able milk, make Ihimself generally useful. Attend school half time. Apply T?IEs office. 9352 W ANTED, Quantity of Oats. Apply, stating price per bushel, to D. MUNRIO and CO., LTD...

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
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MELBOURNE MARKET REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 16 August 1889

MELIBOURNE MAtKET REPOII'T. Messrs. Binny Nicoll and Co., chaff mcr ahants, 50; Spencer street, Melbourne, re port under date 13th August :-)Deliveries of chaff at Spencer-street during the past week have slackened off considerably, consequent ly prices lhave advanced. Prine green, well cut and clean chaff is very scarce, a good enquiry existing for same. Pest samples are fetching up to £7 Os; medium from £5 15s to £i; 10s; inferior from £3 10s. All quotations bags included. There is no demand for straw chaff. Chaling hay up to £r6 12s lid; straw to £2 15s; New Zealand oats, 4s id; Vic torians, as 10d to is 11id; wheat, 5s ild; maize, Is 4d ; peas, Is lld; bran, is 2d1; pollard, Is 3d. Mlessrs. 1)algety and Co., T.td., Melbourne, report, 7th August:--Wool.-Thler is little to report respecting this market. Buyers continue active, anid we have been able to make satisfactory sales of all lots to ihand. Sheepskins. - We quoe : -- techers' green skins and pelts. I3s lid to (s ; extra, to...

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
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LATEST CABLEGRAMS. THE SITUATION IN CRETE. PENINSULAR AND ORIENTAL STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY. THE WHEAT HARVEST OF THE UNITED KINGDOM. THE SCULLING CHAMPIONSHIP. THE TRIAL OF GENERAL BOULANGER. ENGLAND AND EGYP. GERMANY AND AUSTRIA. THE AUSTRALIAN SQUADRON. THE MAYBRICK MURDER CASE. MOVEMENTS OF H. M. STANLEY. RESPONSIBLE GOVERNMENT IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA. MURDER IN A RAILWAY TRAIN. THE ROWING CHAMPIONSHIP. PUGILISM IN ENGLAND. LONDON, Aug. 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 16 August 1889

--LATEST CABLEGRAMS. THE-SITUATION IN CRETE. PENINSULAR AND ORIENTAL STEAM NAVIGATION COMIANY. THE WHEAT hARVEST OF THE UNITED KINGDOM. TIE SCULLING CIIA\MPIONSHIP. THE TRIAL OF GENERAL BOULANGER. ENOGLND AND EGYPT. OELRIIANY AND AUSTRIA. THE AUSTRALIAN SQUADRON. THE MAVERICK MURDER CASE. MOVEMENTS OF 11. M. STANLEY. RESPONSIBLE GOVERNMENT IN WESTERN AUSTRALIA. MURDER IN A RAILWAY TRAIN. THE ROWINGb CAMPIONSHIP. PUGILLSM IN ENGL-AND. (FROM ARGUs AND AGE CORRESPONDENTS. The latest intelligence from Crete shows that a state of complete anarchy t prevails in the island. The insurgents continue to sack and burn villages, and conflicts of a sanguinary character are of frequent occurrence. The Turkish aus thorities are powerless and perfectly un able to maintain order. The Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Company is going to apply to the Privy Council for a charter enabling it 'to reduce its capital (.£2,900,000) by one-fifth, paying hack to the shareholders £580,000, and to conve...

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

I:LBRTilT PROSPECTS FOR ,BENi)IIO.-Life to some wouhld not be worth the living weer it robbed of its anticipations and . hopes. hllen these are not reiilised, disappointment and disgust are generally the result. Not so if you anticipate, hope for and expcct Isomething very good at 3Manning and Co.'s sale, commencing Saturday. Aigust 3dl. fdr ye who want to buy shall not bodisappointel. Call sind see salvage goods recovered from the wreck of. the Cape Verde. Our prices will astonish 31you.-rADr T,: Medical. ALL DISEAESFS O0 LONG STANDING CON[ ILTITLtY CURLED IIY ]IEIIAL M[AGNETIC TIRL?ATM ENT.. Chlronic Safferers Shonhi not Fail to Conssult MR IH. E. KUGELMANN Consulting ITerbalist and Eclectic Of I72 and 171 1VILLIA3lTSTItEET, MELBOURNE. VISITS hIEAtNG EVERIY IONTIf (rlad advertise lulet forlDates.) M i . KUGELMANN'S treatment differs IVE entirely from all others known, antl lie has cured more cases of Chronic Disease tian any ten medical men in Australia. Thousands of sworn declara...

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

S PARLIAMENT. -Tlio dle~ate on ithe Budget occupied anlost..tl??ivwhole of the sitting of th Le'gislative Assembly on Tiuesday. Fiv nembers spolk--Messrs. Webb, Richard son, :Madden, all and Zox, linut notwith standling that some of the addresses were in 'higher tone than the av'emge, they were not listened to with much attention. Nothing conld have been more plainly indicated than'that members, as a-whole,.. are tired of the subject, and that the possibility of affecting a combination .among nmalcontents, with a view to dis placing the Governiiiient, is very remote. The Opposition leaders have been. hoping that they would induce several Govern mcnt supporters favorable to an increase of the stock tax to assist in carrying an amendment in general terms, and to use a homely phrise, they have been waiting to see how the cat will jump. From all appeaOrances, however, they will be dis appointed. Mr. Webb was the only imem ber on the Government side in favor of a higher stock tax who spo...

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Kerang Times. Published Tuesdays and Fridays. WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. FRIDAY, AUGUST 16, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 16 August 1889

Published Tuesdays and Fridays. WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. FRIDAY, AUGUST 16, m8S9. AT the present time EmlbzleT?? ent Victoria is certainly the most flourishing of the Australian colonies..' We. have an overflowing eichequer, controlled by a respectable and fairly popular Go vernment, and there are no vexed public' questions, social or :lpolitical, whil'aawait-settlementeto..the distu bance of private affairs. Tiiide is si a healthy state, and in the manufac turing industries: business is brisk, while there are no outstanding dis putes between labor and capital. The prospects of the farmer were never brighter, and there is some reason to hope that a revival in mining will shortly be noticeable. .Altogether, when we turn our attention from the complacent contemplation of our own affairs to those of our neighbours it is not unnatural that, like the Pharisee of old, we congratulate ourselves: that we "are not as they are." Butl there are 'dark blots on the bright picture of Victoria's pr...

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THE COHUNA TRUST HEADWORKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 16 August 1889

TIE. Co.TUNA . TRUST HEADonRKs. Anothei- leakage 'ociurred in: the' dam recently placed across the main channel at the headworks of the Cohuna Trust, on Saturday last, but'fortunately was noticed in time. Contractor Nancarrow, who erected the damn in thlifirst instance; was communicated with, and he imiuiediitel5y took steps to rectify the damage. , After some time he was successful iht his'efforth, although it seems, by the nature of the ground in the immediate vicinity, that it is a ditficult task to combat,; the ground below apparently being of a very poroud nature, as this is the second time a like mishap has occurred since the erection of the dam. KEIiANG AnGRIULTunAL SOCIETY. - A comnmittee meeting of the above society was held yesterday at the secretary's office, when tenders for additions to sheds in the show grounds wers dealt with. The tender of Messrs. .T. Muir and Sons, £48, sas accepted." Several other liiatters in connection: with the :coming` show were attended to' du...

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

Trade Addressus. THE WHOLESALE. CLOTHING CO. N·-s J ell" . . a - .t + ., A., itrt . TWEEDS COATINGS TWEEDS COATINGS . TWEEDS COATINGS . TWEDS EDS COATINGCO.NGS BLUE and ' FANCY SERGES. BLUE and ' FAICY SERGES. BLUE and FANCY SERGES. Blue and Fancy Serges. AND ENORMOUS STOCK. OUR OWN IMPORTIWG. THE Assortment of SPRING an SUMMER GOODS is beyond doubt the best ever seen in the colonies. As usual we have a largo staff of the Best Cutters & Workmen IN VICTORIA. ALL WOOL TWEED TROUSERS (,o order), 12s Gd. ALL WOOL TWEED SUITS (to order), 4Cs. WRITE FOI SAMPLES. Our Traveller Visits the District every Two Months. J. T. MIDDLETON, General Man gor. E. M COOK. COLONIAL WINE SHAPES If you want a cool drink come to The Shades. M M. Cook. having recently visited the j.' vineyards at Saadhurst, Yandoit and Albury, selected a large stock of FIRST-CLASS COLONIAL WINES, and i. offering them at PRI5CES WHICII DEFY COM[PETITION. COOL SUMMER DRINKS ALWA~YS KEPT. .FIRST-CLASS. ACCOMMODATION. GO...

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

SANDIIUItST CATILE MARKET. .Tuesday. Messrs. It. O'Neill and Co. report: Cattle.-377 fat, 216; stores, and i6 calves yarded. There was a fair proportion of medium to good beef, and an average atten dance of buyers. The market opened dull, but as sales progressed, prices improved slightly for best cattle, but indilTerent and medium showed a decline on last week's rates. We qucte - Best bullocks, heavy weights, £10 to .11 2s ;d ; light and medium, £6 to £9 ; inferior at store prices; cows, £4 to £f( 10s; a few primeto £7 10s. And have sold 6(3 head for Messrs. Eyre, Keely, Meek ing and others; bullocks, £0 to £9 ; cows, £4 to £5. Calves.--l penned; quality, medium to good, rand as this number proved short, prices were lrisk, best selling from £2 Os to £4 10s. Our sales were drafts for tMessrs. Meecking and others, fromt £2 10s to £4. Slhep.-3-135 yarded, of which about 2500 were penned as fat; quality principally medlium, with a few pens of prime muttorn. There was a fair attendance o...

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[?] COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 20 August 1889

UNCIL. ? .te eting of the SYt Durham Ox .esent-Crs. Blear, 1Nixon, Kelly and the ori i T'Gillivray and above comci arnmes, iilre55.c Pickles. Crs. 3a or1. .I1.n ep. athe ]ors, made tie ( ;J r andn took tlheir sea c o IllS crt'. ],Ifitiiiuexr. !q 1tlie saild it b es Wa r `ý w iatter asinh1 fore the l-.ction rate. presileo,,s anllal oR the e·.ncillors to sflicient, sal9rY 1110(loIit shl ? sillings re S .ear said lie 'the president's la rs took diee o last year, viz., Inse ~)fJea Iteas ( l son and carried. lnaiu ' ere o o . cnig front t t ,Cer. Kelly occupy Sll oC r I 0 tetorfed or te ensuing i0v.0 S, oh s motion waith ncoled L C the eflect that CLe. ? I:0CT i lad thoroughly S ihe prsit, ? , o of the shire, elar, and aeo1 "ar. i?`t'iplientary " mnade up his 'e was election to ?'? tr l spoken to , and he mil, Din aa. t grieved hini to tho ptly, that Cr. Kelly had 1 Cr. me nents which were a slur on-t members of the council. IHow ever, ihe had said that lie woulld make an oxplanation whi...

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PRESENTATION TO MR. J. W. TAVERNER, M.L.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 20 August 1889

PRESENTA TION TO MR. J. W. TAVERNER, M.L.A. At the Shire Hall yesterday. Mr. J. W Taverner, M.L.A., who tendered hist resign:s. t io as sa shire councillor for the West Lsddl n Riding, was adule the recipient of a very handsome illumninated address by his brother cuncillors, intrecognition of his Ist services. Cr. Cullen expressed his regret at the ac tion tsaken by Cr. Taverner, but said it would, perhaps, be for the benefit of the council, as Mir. Taverner would be of great assistance to thetm in his Parliamentary capacity, inl fact, he hwl already helped the counclil to obtain several grants. Cr. P'atchell also regretted the resignation of Cr. Taverner, for the ratp.Styers were losing a good coancillor, and lhe trusted they wsuld he able to returnr as good a representla tive in his place. Cr. O'Donnell endorsed the remarks of the pirevious speakers. Cr. Ilughes. tle newly-elected president, made the presentation in a fewr well-chosen words, and expressed his regret at losing the ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 20 August 1889

\rl. ol irligatino, ano were nworth, if properlty distrihultedr, fromi £5,000,000 to per annlul. IHe pointed nt thiti produce of thie Winmcra district last seasoln shoAed a deliciellr, as Compared with that Of the previous year, of- :70,000, whicrh was owing to the dry season. This snlu would more than pay for the eon struction of thle necessary irrigation works, which would make thie district prisia. nently prosperous. On the whole, i\. iladtlen thinks the budget particularly strong in reproductive Works, which are all intended for the advantage of the coin. try districts. The system of assisc the doelo ment of aguricnlthrem l. is held by manxvc ,o be of lo d?--? o,?en si -ge C/, "ellSllineme , a cpita of r s, to fiiiinprs on socirit1 i- t 4 oi 0 inllnlln for" i periol of fo, IIisS the3 say, woiuld CL 0fm thehr. rt 1Iao nruitdte in tie Usin ates h The Governmo nt t. season 188 The area under hiop_, 670: acres, which yielded 55"39 cwt. 'I number of growers is set down at 95. The tot...

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PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 20 August 1889

SPARLLIAMENTI Tld only Tiisinessi' before Pirliament this week will be the discussion in thle Iegislative Ascembly on the:want of confidence motion: of which Mr. lP'Lean has given notice. The Legislative Conncil will'not meet until the discussion is. concluded. Mr. Gillies will endeavour to have the debate closed on Thinwday night. ie is ,of opinion that it might very properly be dislposl of in one night. as there ins really nothing new to say .tuponp'the qusti?in, the 'wholegroidud having been gone over, many times already. He is not sanguine enough, howuever, to suppose that members will.deprive tlhemselves of their privilege of siceaking oni the subject, but thinks that treasonable latitude ,,ill be given to all those who desire to define their position on.the. question; and: to-allow of its full ventilation in three nights. A strenuous t?iort will. therefore, be inmle. to prevent the debate being prolonged into the following week. On the other hand the supporters of the stock ek...

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[?]CRETE. [?]BRICK CASE. CHAMPION SCULLING MATCH. CANADA AND AUSTRALIA. THE BRITISH NAVAL MANŒUVRES THE RECENT PRIZE FIGHT. ENGLAND AND THE TRIPLE ALLIANCE. ANOTHER MANIFESTO BY GENERAL BOULANGER. SENTENCE ON SULLIVAN. LONDON, August 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 20 August 1889

CANL. IN .lL OAiIiuTt AN D AUSTJIALRA. I AND . -Lfl 7I,.1 ,f " ALLIATC . I A'O''II1qll \IANIPLdfO (gsgrafl O_ R 01z o .r -I " NSITI LS?"CEO SULLIAi, _-, kLoE A1ust 4. :l11 B_.. if{ Gc.i.ra:d UoulangRcr o w (,is , - .'7 ent t ilroniand 3I1.0 l rit cl l aturial High\ corx Geneor \Var, te ,%.who had previousiv ,ien conf . the Rlepule?? lid conspiracy aglinst tile 'epUbliz.r "wh In coir -endco ouf thll unfavorable replies given by tire powers to tlheo Greek ox note thle ltening to interfere in Crete unless order ows restored in the island, i tie preparations for the ldespaltc of the th Greek fleet to Crete have abeen stoplpe. . SIn r ie nllober of etitios, sigunfavorae by i 2r0,p00 iersons, praying twat the sGrtnce in of death passedl upon 'Mrs. Malybrick for of tin murder of her husband by poisoning re( be not' be carried out, have'been presented 11 to Llor Majesty, nid are inder considera. w tion by MIr; Henry Matthews, tie Secr- re. tary of State for the HIIome department. fot The Lu...

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MASONIC CE[?]REMONT [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 20 August 1889

MASONIC CE REMO The interesting al of consecrating Il I ilmportant Ceremofl ny Lodge of Frr new'ly.-fored Murray IIil sons took place at Swan Sy last, in the presence of TI dance of visiting, birethlren. thi 'ere fortunate in seeurin. net .sthe large rooms in the pur lital kIildin". for the pe lerttbel troullo and ox deco n nerted in the efforts to altra firnish the interior.in an ,aner: fitling :nannert and the and plt esentle was very complnlete arran nd those responsible for the "ratuh of the Lodge iuist ibe con. their et Ion tihe snlcess attendingj faithfl . Tihe ritual was observed i ccr l, everything hIeing done in P.31. vitlh lliet usage. was the Henry Newllan, P.G.J.\1., stn titng otlieer, he acting under spot dispensation from the 1.\V. (Grand lla io. Sir W. J. Clarke, and valuable i alc was atl?lrded by L'.l. Bro. ,. pwaris, ( nta! ]Director ofL Coreinni le prominent brothren froom dhirst anld B3alranol also too The rorrnnou lhmayinv of been the c;toiJ 0 to the t Ysir pon....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 20 August 1889

Tlortow.ttr's Prr.ns. - Indigestion.-IlToa much thought has been bestowel, and what voluminous treatises have been written, upon thiis universal and distressing disease, which is with certainty and safely dispelled without fearof relapse by a course of this purifying.. soithing and tonic medicine. It acts directly on the stomach, liver and bowels-then itn directly, though no less effectively, on the .bran,, nerves, vessels and glands, introducing such order throughout tihe entirb system that. hlrmnlony dwells between each organ and its functions. I)yspepsia need no longer be tihe bughelar of tihe public, since Holloway's Pills are fully competcnt to subdue the lmolst chronic and distressing cases of impaired, digestion, and to restore tihe miserable suf ferer to health, strength and csheerfuiness. dvt. Wanted. ~ ANTED useful iBoy, able milk. make himself genernc lly- useful. Attend school half time. Apply TIMES office. 93132 W ANTED, Quantity of Oats. Apply, stating price per bushel...

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NINYEUNOOK RAILWAY LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 20 August 1889

NINYEUNOOK RAILWAY LEAGUE. (FROM OUI: OWN COIlRESSPONDENTr.) A meeting of the above league was held in the Mechanics' Institute on Saturday evening last, 10th inst., Mr. .T. Schlitz, the president, occupying the chair. The minutes of the last meeting having been read nld conllirmled, correspondence was read froml ir.''raverner, A1.P., stating that he had made arrangements with the Hon. 1). Gillies, ,Minister of Railways, to receive tile deputation on t'to 25th inst.; also frol! Messrs. Farqitlnr and Finlay, promising to accolpany the deputationl. Oni the motion of 1 r. .t'(irath, secondled Iby tim president, the correspondence was received. Mr. Schlitz explained that he had an interview with Mr. Taverner andl that gentleman hail recomnmnllnded tha:t another petition be preIpared, showing the ladl held, the area undler crop, etc. A forml of petition ebnmilted by the secretary was approved :utd adopted, and four volunteers in the muteting prolised to tt?ke the petition round for signa...

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ELECTION MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 20 August 1889

:EL?cTION MasETIo.-Mr. John Gardnoo is announced to address the electors of the WVest Loddon Riding, Shiro of Swan Hill, at the Benjorobp State School, on Thiirsday evening next, at 7 o'clock.

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 20 August 1889

CORRESPONDENCE. It',nn,' icntJet iut-~n,~ for insertion~ In this colntnn l +houllll bcel0l.nr-A t o thle Editor. Thee Iltr e,,arill y fur I~llllicatilnn, holt itsa gnanwtee orc 1, go"*' faith. Whilewe are ut all timoe, CInd to re. illl:"): and un. I:Ll h uorllrmyondeneeallowin f:r any opinions elrtprcti.]

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[?]ECTS FOR BENDIGO. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 20 August 1889

$ý tECTS vFOR BNmiOn.-Life to so~n s .ot he worth the living were it robbed ts anticipationn and "hopeq. When these a ot realis-l. lisappointiment and disgust am enerally the result. Not so if you a , ,.inp for and r som1thine? at Mannoini sale, coorn' t'nhi Ye who aio Call nld ser astonish yot

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