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WHO IS RESPONSIBLE FOR EMBEZZLEMENTS. [TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERANG TIMES.] [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 20 August 1889

s- WIHO IS RIESL'ONSIBLE FOR EMIIIEZ ZLEMl INCTS. [di T E ri n Iro~t or rutn Kicn\ts TIIES.] Il Smt,-Y"our leading article in last Friday's 11 i.sue, on fratuds and embezzlements, draws it attention to a very serious and important question in social and commercial life, and sone which alfeets every honest member of to the communlity. It is true we are an enter to prising people, and that business men, in u1 their undue haste to amass wealth, somc times becomne hopelessly involved, but I lY submit that this will account for a very few 11 of the cases of embezzlement which occur, sr ad furtllher that the latter are usually found disassociated with business altogether. The question arises what forms tile chief amuse Sment of our young men ? Where and how it do they spend their leisure hours? Does i0 the young nman who neither drinks nor ,o gambles often or ever find his way into the prisoner's dock? Is it not terribly true that a large amount of time is wasted at the y card table, not ...

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
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THE STOCK TAX QUEST!ON. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 20 August 1889

THE STOCK TAX QUESTION. At the meeting of thoe Shire Council, held yesterday at the Shire Hall, Kerang, the following discussion tool- place on Mr. 1 'Lean's motion in the House on the stock and grain duties questions: Cr. Cullen said that, as they were repre sentatives of a farming district. ihe considered they should give their utmost support to the movers of the present motion before Parlia ment in reference to the stock tax and duties on creals. li e considered that tthe hbouses to be given by the Government would not benefit the farmers a great deal, for tiey would be snapped p li by persons who were not farmerir. i e Ihad tmuch ileasure in moving, "That in the opinion of this coun cil the motion submitted to the Legislative Assembly by 3Lr. M'Lean, for increasing the stock tax and duty on cereals, and tlherey extcnding to the frmers of this colony the blenueits dlerivabIle from thie protective policy, as enjoyed Ib, other industries, is commentd ile andl deserving of support.'...

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TO SAWMILLERS AND OTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 20 August 1889

To SAwIILLFERS AND OTHEnS.-Messrs. D. Munro and Co., Ltd., notify that they are prepared to dispose of their Murray River sawmills, also their steamers and log barges. )DENTISTRY.-Mr. H H. Hall, dental surgeon, of Pall M-all, Sandlmrst. and of Collins Street East, Melbourne, will pay his ifirst.' visit .to 1Kerang to-iorrow: (Wednesday), and may bo consulted at Mr. Atkinson's, chemist, from 0 a:ni: till 12 noon, and every nmonth after that date...

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STATE OF THE RIVERS. HEIGHT ABOVE SUMMER LEVEL. [BY TELEGRAPH.] Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 20 August 1889

STATE 01 THE 11U VEIlS. 111:rorrr .vtov: Su. rJ r i' T LEY lt. LIIP TSLIEC.R.AI'II.] MondIay. ltmunýr r ft. in. Albury .. .. .. 11 4 Echruca . .... 2:3 1 Swan i ll . .1; 2 Eusto,i . . . 2(; 0 "Gour.rIRN~. Seymouor -. . . 10 "1 Wagga .. . . 10 0 'lay . .. -7 Ifairanald ..15 : Mfonind .. .. .. 25 11 Wentwort .. .. .. 2 0 0 Wileannia .. .. .. 28 0

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

ORDINARIY MEETING. COnlRtI'SPONDENCE. From the \Vat r Supply department, explaining that t e interest now due by the council on llhe Avoca Water Trust "-mn was £.411 . Gd., dating from the 1st Jannesry to .01 cne, 1880. The amount of .o, 's lc~ittY was £1850. It was requestelcat conncil should cause "the'suine to c.paid to the .lovermuent receiver at rpentine. Qn the 1st Januaiiry, 189i, the council !would owe SS30 5s. The?eceiver wrote from Sand h'urst askiný.' ivor ofa cheque for amount due. A tel?liaml dated (Angust 10th alcknowlced,,scP feilpt of t c cheque as requested, lthe setary ha ,,g forwarded some. Received. From J. . M'Co.h¢ , ., forwarding communication receiv by him from the Railway departlehiit fntimating, that it was impossible tuirni:another train be tween Korong Vanliftiln Doort. Received. Cr. Barnes movedhhJ t the delegates going down to Mell?tiine in connection with tihe Barraport rkiliVy shouhld again interview the Miniticffib urge upon him the necessity of runl...

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

Tihe Stud. SEASON 180). To Stand this Season on L.odJon, 12 miles from Kerang, the pure Clydesdale i Sltallion, v SPENCER. 'I PEN(C:l , brown horse, :ri -i1 7 years t old, with black points, stndlis; I hIands high. His sire, Champion of tlhe North (imp.), was champion horse of Victoria up to the time of his death. Champion of the North took first prize 't Glasgow Agricultural Exhibitiion in 1880. In 1877 Ile gained first prize at the following shows il Elsnglan,, at. open conpetltion :-Congleton, Otf ly, Don caster, Ihe loyail .gricultloural Society's Show at Liverpool, Poltllefrt, Dtlley l ill, New castle (beating Dlarnley, Prince of Altyre, SGlenifier, etc.), Yorkl, Ilalifax, ]ingley, Skilpton, Todmordlen, A\itringhalm, Whitc churlch and Birkenhead. T'opsman was got i hy that renowned horse, Wonderful, which was bred by 31r. Rennie, Dunbar, out of his prize mare, Colmely, which was by Baronet, the winner of C:100 in prize money. Cre:at grandsire, Clyide foy, which gained the tladd...

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Kerang Times. Published Tuesdays and Fridays. WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. TUESDAY, AUGUST 20, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 20 August 1889

I Published Tuesdays and Fridays. V WITH WEEKLY SUPPLIEMENT. TUESDAY, AUGUST 20, isso. S Swa: HIILL SumIII:I Couxc..--At a ' meeting of the Swan Hill Shire rti %".uguc5b.hrLtbýl, uL".ntoifo32ý`_-, aCabSu"-LL the position of president for the conm ing year. A oill report of the busi Sness transacted at the ordinary meet ing' of the council is unavoidably with 1. held fron the present issue. THEin P?ESIDENT'S ALL.OWANCE.-At the meeting of the Shire Council held - esterday, the retiring president, Cr. Cullcn, submitted a statemuent show ing the disposal of the allowance voted to him lor the year just passed. The amount voted on the 14th August, 1888, was :227, being at the rate of three per cent. on the gross income of the shire. The expenditure was as follows :-Deputations, £18 1s ; hln s eheons and dinners, :(49 12s; refresh Smeints, £35 9s id ; total, £103 !0s od. The balance unexpended, .£123 Os lid, is returned to the fuids of the Shire. BoAT ACCIDENT.-Our Swan Hill correspondent ...

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SWAN HILL SHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY, AUGUST 19. Present—Crs. Taverner, Patchell, Yeo, O'Donnell, Hastings and Hughes. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 20 August 1889

SWAN HILL SHIRE COUNCIL. JMONDAY, AUGUST 19. Present-Crs. Taverner, Patchell, Yeo, O'l)onnell, Hastiilgs anu Huglhes: Cr Patclell moved that Cr. Taverner take the chair. The motion was seconded by Cr. O'Donnell and carried. IWTnODUCTIO\ OF COUNEIIoLOn.S Cr. Yeo introduced Cr. Cunlen, the newly elected councillor for the East Loddon Rid ing. In doing so he had, much pleasure in welcoming him back to tihe council table, and lie felt sure that his nbrother councillors were as glad as lie was to see Cr. Cullen back amongst. them. Cr. Cullen had, in tile past, shown that lie was a most energetic and first-class conucillor, one who had tile in terests of the whole district at heart. and it would ha:lve been a great pity if lie had not t been returned. It showed tile faith tile ratepayers reposed in himt when they re turned him witiout oplposition. Cr. latchell said hlie had much pleasure in introducing Cr. lorsfall, the newly elected councillor for the \West Loddon lRiding. lie , and Cr. ...

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SWAN HILL POLICE COURT. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14. (Before Major Bartrop, P.M. (chairman), and Mersrs. Wood and Rae, J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 20 August 1889

SWAN HILL POLICE COURT. (FR0Oa OUR OWN CORR:ESPONDENT.) WEoNi.snDAy, AtriusT 14. (Before Major ],artrop, P.M'. (chairman), and: Mersrs. "Wood and Iae, J's.l'.) George William Walker was brought up on tlelnanl charged with stealing a letter, containing a cheque, thie poperly of the Posttnaster-General. l)utectiv- Lomax prosecuted on behalf of the Crown, and Mr. Hobday appeared for the defence. Patrick Rtohan, sworn, deposed: I am a firmer, residing at Swan Hill. I posted a cheqae on the 27th May to Chas. HIInt of the .teauner Invincible, Echnirca. Chas. Hunt, sworn,stated: I amt captain of the steamer Invincible. I know the last witness, Patrick Rohan. I did not receive a letter from him in May last, nor did I ever receive the cheque now exhi bited or any other cheque. Robert Hastings deposed: I ant a farmer residing at Swan Hill. Tie cheque pro ildced was drawn by me on the 27th May this year to pay imy subscription to the Mildura Cultivator. To the Bench : The alunomt was £1. I enc...

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DEATH OF MR. J. M'NAUGHTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 20 August 1889

DEATH OF MR. J. M'NAUGHTON. We regret to announce the death of Mr. John M'Naughton, of Macorna, the sad event taking place on Sunday last, about 2 o'clock. The deceased, who was suffering from that terrible disease, consumption, had been in de- clining health for some time. On Sunday, during a severe fit of cough- ing, he burst a blood vessel, and suc- cumbed as above stated. He took a very active part in the irrigation movement, and up to the time of his death was one of the most able com- missioners of the Tragowel Plains Irri- gation Trust. He was held in high esteem by all with whom he came in contact, and his decease at a compara- tively early age will be regretted by a large circle of friends who deeply sym- pathize with the bereaved family in their affliction. The funeral will move from Macorna to-morrow morn- ing at 9 o'clock.

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. DAIRY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 20 August 1889

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. D)AIRT PRODUCE. The butter andL egg m trket is fairly sup plied. Prices for the former arc now quoted at 10, per lb for good quality, and for the latter at Is Gid ir ,iozen. M.Iesers. Younglttsband and Ca., Limited, G0t IBonrke Street, Melhlourne. report 14th Aug-ost: Sheeps.ski's.-utehers' greenttskins supterior, Gs tp to is 9,1 i; a few extra at 7si do, good. is to GS ; do, ordinary, Is toas ; lo. laltli sl1its.':s to Is; sprhi?g skills. np to O5; dlryeoitrttyvstins, thest.is to bisl ; tdry skint. good. s to Is: do, ordinary, Is lid to Is; latnti skins. s i"" to Is ld. itn bales-ttp to ;t0l per lb. ordina:ry. I..I to Aft. liides. Green Itides. heavies. 5is to 50s each ;n do, ordinary. 15s to 20s each; do, light, 1s ltd to 14s Gd each ; green kips;. S.d per lb : greeu calf. 5ti per lb.; country salted Iie iod tto d?0d per lIt urtiinatrv. 3.1 to d tellre lb ; kips. d .' to 2Slt tper ilb; ealI. 5td per it ; New Zealand--t .ty. t tupl to 4d paer lbt. ;ordinaty...

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

NO .1063. Trade AddrOesso. (OLESALL: ING TWEEDS COATINGS TWEEDS COATINGS. BLUE and FANCY SERGES. BLUE and FANCY SERGES. BLUE and FANCY .SERGES. Blue and' ?ancy Serges. AND ENORMOUS STOCK. i HE Asortment " of SPRING an 1 SUMMER GOODS is beyand doubt the best ever seen in the colonies. As usual we have a largo staff of the Best Cutters a Workmen IN VICTORIA. ALL 'WOOL'D TWEED TROUSERS (to order), 12s .Gd. ALL WOOL TWEED SUITS (to order), 4Gs. SWRITE FOR SAM-PLES. Our Traveller. Visits the District every . . ,'Two Months. g - J: T: ID ??N, -General ia1n ger. E. M COOK. OOLONIEAL WINE SHADES If you want a cool drink come to The Shades. 1E M. Co k. having recently visited the ['o vineyards at Sandhurst, Yandoit and •Albury, selected a large stock of FIRST-CLASS COLONIAL WINES, e and i offering them at PRICES WICII DEFY COOMPEITTION. COOL SUMMER DRINKS ALWAYS KEPT. FIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATION. GOOD STABLING. Agent for HEPBURN MINERAL WATERS, the great remedy for the LIVER AND Labor Office f...

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

Legal. BROWN, ELLISON & CO., SOLICITOIIS, WELLINGTON STREET, KERANG M -R. ARTHUR ]ESPINASSE, Managing Clerk to the above firm, will attend at their oflices every Monday, Tuesday, and Friday evening, from 7 till 10 o'clock, for the purpose of interviewing clients. CONNELLY AND TATCHELL, SOLICITORS, CONVEYANCERS, PROCTORS AND LEGAL AGENT WELLINGTON ST., KERANG. and at Sandhurst and Melbourne. TRUST MONEYS TO LEND, sums of £100 and upwards, on Freehold or Crown Leasehold Securities. £10,000 TO LEND, In one sunm, on Freehold Security. . Mr Wm.1; Rogers Davidson, our managing clerk, may be consulted daily, between 9 a.m and 5 p.m., at above address. Private address- Cadusch's. Commercia Hotel. Medical. ALL DIS1S4A1RRS OP T.LON STANIIING CO M pI'LI:I 1Y CUtI : I : HIIRBAL A:11LNIrfIc TIltI 'Slt ICiT. Chronlic SIfferer+ Shonld not PFal to Consult MR H. E. KUGELMANN Ce:l|iIotln llerb li-t anSI lcheetie Of 1:2 nt 171 1T \LLI..1 STItltrr, 7t..I110U01t1 VISITS 11115NG F.\'I:VRY .)NTl[ ...

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MARQUIS HILL IRRIGATION AND WATER SUPPLY TRUST. KERANG, AUGUST 19TH. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 23 August 1889

MARQUIS HILL IRRIGATION AND WATER SUPPLY TRUST. -----+---t----- IIAhi.At;, Au;OUST l nir. Present: Cmurs. D. Tawthorne (clhnir. man), Turner, Shelley and Davey. The mini tes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. (CORI!SPOND, NCE. From Water Supply ])epartment (tole grain), stating that claim fir :;O 10i. had been passed and made payable at the Treasury. Reecived. Fronm lodney Trrigation and Water Supply Trust. inviting a representative to attend a conflerence at Mellbonrne on the -28lth inst. relative to national works to be taken over by water trusts. The secre tary was instructed to reply stating the trust wished to be represented at the con ference, but deemed it advisable that it be not hlel until the present question before Parliament was settled. From Water Supply Department, stat ing that the trust would lbe excised from tlihe area of ithe Swan HTill Waterwvorks Trust as soon as the liabilities of the latter trust had been apportioned. IReceived. From J.t W. Dagual...

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BRIGHT PROSPECTS FOR BENDIGO. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 23 August 1889

I-,GInlT I'tlOSPrl,'CT.l', voll liINlIT(O.-Life to some would inot. ie -wiriri Itie living were it robbed of its nltipa.it):insllS and holIes. Whenl theec are inot realis?l. dlielplpoiltnlmelit and disgust are generally the result. Not so if you anlticipnate, hoIipe for and expect something very good at .Manninig and Co.'s sale, eo encllllllnllll Satuiloay. August lnli, for ye whno want to buy shall not Ie d?isappioiutedl. Call and sec salvagegsisls re'overe?l from tIhe wreck of the Cale \'erdle. Our prices will a-tonish con.-[A?v'iT. 1iorowvt's 'rar.s. - Indligestion.-IT?on mtuch thought Ihas bhern hsltrwedi, alld what voluminous treatisesi have beln written, upon11011 this unlliversal atdl distiressig disease, which a with ccrtainutv and s'rety ,lispelledl without carot relapse biy';: omiue of this purifyinug, sotlhing and Ionic me.licicne. It acts directly oni the stomach, liver andl howels-then in directly, though no less eofectively, on the brain, neores, vessels an.I ;liands, ...

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MELBOURNE MARKET REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 23 August 1889

.ME'LBOURtNE MARtKETi REP?O?;"1. 31sesrs. 13iny Nicoll and Co., chaff mcr shants, 56 Spencer street, Melbourne, re port under date 20th .\ugust:-The chaff market during the past week has undergone very little alteration, deliveries being about similar to previous wee:k andl prices rlain stationary at last week's quotations. Prime green, well cut and clean chaff is fetching up to £7 5s ; medium, £5 15s to £0 15s; inferior front £.3 10s upwanrds. All quotations, hags included. There is still no demand for straw chaff. Chaffing hay, £i 12s 4id; straw, £2 15s to C3. OLsi, New Zealand, 4s ld ; Victorians, 3s 9.1 to 3s 1Od ; wheat, 5s Gd ; peas, 5s ; maize, 41 to 4s 3d pollard, is .i ; brans, So l4d.

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STATE OF THE RIVERS. HEIGHT ABOVE SUMMER LEVEL. [BY TELEGRAPH.] Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 23 August 1889

4STIATE OF TILE RIiVERlS. JIEXIGT .UIOVE: Summit LFETJ:L. [11' TELEGRAIt'I.] 'I'Ii rsday. MUKUnty, ft. in. Albmny .. .. .. 10 2 ]kciica .. .. .. 21 0 SWaun hill . . . .. 13 3 Ethstoi . .. .. 261 0 Seymounr . .. .. 8 0 W1agga .. .. .. 44 slay ... ii 6 M~laninldc . .. .. 215 0 W.ontworth . . .. 23 0

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PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 23 August 1889

PARLIAMENT. The political situation entered upon an intereesling phase on Tuesday, when tile debate on the hustile motion proposed by Mr. M*Leaon was begun in the Legislative Assembly. As was expected, there was a large attendance of members and visitors, but what was not expected was that there should have been any difficulty in conm mencing the discussion. But Mr. M'intyre raised a dillieulty. It was necessary that a standing order should be suspendled to enable Mr. M'Leai to commlence, otherwise lie couldi not have inovel his motion until Thinrsday. But Mr. M'Iintyre objected to lle suspension. His veto was sullicient to stop business, and ashe woull not withdraw it, not even when Mr. '11Lean and several ilmelnblers on his own side urged him to do so, the l'remier had no option but to move that the lhouse adjourn until'Tlhursday. 'Th's brought further protests against Mr. M1'intyre's netion, and lie openly declared that his object was to gain time, so that pressure iliglit be bro...

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THE NORTH-WESTERN PROVINCE ELECTION. CHARLTON, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 23 August 1889

THE NORTH-WESTERN PROVINCE- ELECTION. (uY ELECTRIC TELEGMLAP.) (FROM 0oUI OwN CI:RESPONDENTS.) CIARLTON, Thursday. Mr. John Thomson, of Melbourne, one of the candidates for the additional seat for the North-Western Province, addressed a lueeting here last night. There was a moderate attendance of electors. The candidate expressed himself a;gainst an increase in the stock duties, he considering that the farmers would gain more by the liberal concessions offered by the Government than they could hope to gain by a change of Ministry at the present juncture. Tie strongly condemned the action of the Chief Secretary in placing an embargo on the shire sub sidies in connection with the water trusts. He was in favor of the Edin cation Act in its entirety. and was also in favor of Colonial federation, but looked upon Imperial federation as a dream. Mr. C. Klug, the president of the Korong Shire, occupied the chair, and stated that Mr. Thomson did not desire a vote of confidence. The announcem...

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WHY HE DID NOT GO TO THE HOSPITAL. HE COULD LEAP THROUGH THE AIR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 23 August 1889

WHY hE DID NOT GO TO THIE lOS. PITAL. HE COULD LEAP THROUGU THE AIR. My object in writing is twofold-to ex press my gratitude for a great benefit, and to tell a short story which cannot fail to in terest the feelings of many others. It is all about myself, but I hIlve remarked that when a man tells the honest truth about himself he is all the more likely to be of use to his fellow creatures. To blgin then, you must know I had long been more or less subject to attacks of bronchitis, a complaint that you are aware is very e mnlnon and tronblesonme in Great bItitait in certain seasons of the Iear. Some months ago I had a very severe turn of it, worse, I think, than I ver lhad l fore. It was probably brought on by my catehingcoldl, :.s we are all apt to do when we least expect it. Weeks pasced by, and my trouble p oveyed to be very obstinate. It would not yiel.l to medicine, and as I al l began to have violert racking pains in my limbs and back. I be came greatly alarmed. I could neithe...

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