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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. DAIRY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 23 August 1889

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. -- -------- DA1R\ PRODUCE. The butter and egg market is fairly sup plied. Prices for the former are now quoted at 10d per lbi for good quality, and for the latter at is (id per doz.en.

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PYRAM[?] MONTHLY LIVE STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 23 August 1889

PYruAsti~' n,\`lllY i.ItE ST9CIK . . SAL.:. Messrs. 11. O'Neill and 'o. report:-At their usual monthly sale held on Friday last, they entered 251 head, mostly good stores, with a few fats and dairy cows. There was only a moderate attendance of buyers. but prices were fairly satisfactory to vemloors. Quotations.-Flat cows, £5 to £6 17s d ; store bullocks. 3 and 4-year ol.ls, £i to £5 ; 2-year old heifers and steers. £2 12s Il to £3 53. Calves and yearlings, t1 8s to12 5s, anlmost a total clearance being effected at those ligures. Sheep. 805 yarded. There was ait good demand, and they report having sold by acetion 255 merino ewes at 9s, and 512 merino ewes with 1 small percentage of lambs at foot, at a satisfactoly figure.

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SANDHURST CATTLE MARKET. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 23 August 1889

SANI)IIUII T CAT'TLE MARKET. Tuesday. Messrs. 11. O'Neill and Co. reiport : Cattle.-270 fat. 1.17 slores, and 31 calves yardel. Quality of fats prilcipally good, with a fair proportion prime beef. There was the usual attendance of local and outside buyers, and owing to the short supply the market opened brisk, and contilnuol so throughout. prices on the whole showing an impllrovementl on last sweek's values of about 10s per head. We ulote :--list pens of bullocks from. £9 to .£10 Iis; odd beasts, to t12; seconds, £7 to .£9 10s; cows £15 to S; old ones up to £11 12s I(l, and have soil 70; head for Messrs. Lyan, D)wycr, Morrissy, andl others; and out side, since last report, 113 head at satisfactory figures. Calves.--:l1 pnned. Quality medium to good. Best sold to 35s; others ?lls to 60s. Sheep.- .,01: yarded, of which a larger numlnber than usual were of good anld prime sorts. However, prices were ablout equa:l to late rates. Quotations --Best crossbred welhers, Its to Il;s; ewes. 11...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 23 August 1889

Trado Adidreosses. J ANTED K NO W N. That the Cheapest and Best place for MONUMENTS, HEADSTONES, GUAVE ENCLOSURE 7s AT W K. BEEBE & SON'S MONUMENTAL WORKS, MITCHELL STREET, SANnIIuesT. DESIGNS SUBMITTED. J. F. LEWIS rTAILO R. CLOTHIER & OUTFITTER, PALL MALL, SANDHIURST. J I. L. s repreerntative visits Koetng monthly'for ordrles with the lae.st things in thei marktl. HE IRY COLMAN A CIIITECT, Conmmericial otel, Ketang. Planus, specifications and quantities reparcdi. f - W. J. WV PA.TOCRELL GENERAL STOREKEEPER, WINE atnd SPIRIT MERCHANT, NOLAN STREET, KERANO ' SIIE:S? SEASONABLE GOODS con. :tantly arriving, sl?ich are orffred at grttly riduced prices. Inspection invited. SEA FOA3M. The New Specilic for NEURALGIA an HIEADAC.!E. INSTANT RELIEF.. WV. J. W. PATCI?ELL, Kerang. E. IIH. FARRANT, TOBACCONIrT, NEWS AGENT, FANCY GOODS, ANI) PERFUMERY, S WAN HILL. LOCAL AGENT for the KEn.1Nx TIMES. ORDERS for Advertisements and Job l'rinting received and attended to with despatch...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 23 August 1889

A NTED, Quantity of Oats. Apply, S staling prier per h uslhel, to I1). MUNRO an.d CO., LTD., Contractlors, K II E-A PI'EARANCE K ERANG CO0 \WS FIIDAY. 1:th SEPTEMIBEII. Notices. PRElSItYT''ERTAN ciUocrC. r llIE I1EV. WILIlAMt WEISTER will Spreach Slabblath next, 23rd inst., Keran:g, 11 a.m. and 7 p.nt.; Tragowel, "I P.m1. 9"78 I'RESDIYTIORIAN CIUIRCII, TRiA(OWVEL. D?IVINE Service will be conducted by lie h lev. William VWebster, in lthe above church, on Sa:bbath next, 2511h inst.. at :I p.m. Fitneral sermon. 9;73 FORl SALE. D OUBDi.-SEATEI)D Du gy. Also A.D.C. Ilcuhator. Apply hil1S. NICIIOLSON, 9:171 Kerang. TEN SiILLINGS lIEWAlIID. 'lrtElE ABOVE rcwarl will be pail for any Sinformation that will lead to the re. covery of bluish sheep dog, answering to the nalne of Iover, lost front Koroop ablout the 17th inst. If stolen a reward of .15 will be paid on convictlion of the thief. ItALL l iROS., EKoroop. August 22ild, 1881 . 0377 lMP'OUNDED at Kerang. August 15 th- Yellow anld white b...

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SWAN HILL SHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY, AUGUST 19TH. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 23 August 1889

SWAN HILL SH!RE COUNCIL. [oanD.LY, AUOUST 190T. After the introlnetion of new council lors and election of president, of which a rli'estn ras given in our last iSSue, the following ordin:ury business of the above council, was transacted : IEt'POI:TS. The finance colllittee recoulllnded paymenllt of accounts to the amount of 2777 7s id ; cheques to be p tid when ftids were a.vailtle. Adopted. The rate collector (Mr. J. O'Connor) reported lhtving received the following anlmunts for rates since last meeting: East Laddon lliding, arrears. £99 Is; West i.oddon Riding, current, 15s; arrears, £101 5s 9d; Lower Mlurray Riding, ar rears. £S 7s. Total, £-209) is dl,. Re coived. The rabbit inspector (Mr. P. Ilosking reported as follows :-I beg to report that during the month I have inspected the West Loddon an I Lower ullrrly lhidings. In the West Loddolt the heavy rains have assisted considerably in destroying the rabbits in the low-lying country, but in the high timber lands and oil the saud...

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LATEST CABLEGRAMS. THE MAYBRICK CASE. BOULANGISM IN FRANCE. WEST AUSTRALIAN AFFAIRS. BRITISH NAVAL MANŒUVRES. THE PRIZE RING. AFFAIRS IN SERVIA. THE CLAN-NA-GAEL. RAILWAY ACCIDENT IN ENGLAND. THE SHIPPING STRIKE. THE EIFFEL TOWER. GOVERNORSHIP OF WEST AUSTRALIA. MRS. MAYBRICK REPRIEVED. A WRECKED WAR VESSEL FLOATED. LONDON, August 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 23 August 1889

LA TEST CABLEGIRAMS. TIHE MAYBEICK CASE. BOULANGISM1 IN FRANCE. WEST AUSTRIAIAN AFFAIRS. BRITISH NAVAL .IAN(E.UVIIES. TIlE PRIZE RING. AFFAIRS IN SERVIA. 'TII11 CL(AN-NA-G.AEL. RAILWAY ACCIDEINT IN ENGLAND. TIlE SHIPPING STRIKE. TIHE EIFFEL TOWER. GOVERNORSIIP OF WEST AUSTRALIA. MRS. MAYIlllCIK REPRIEVED. A WREICKED WAIR VESSEL FLOATED. (FROM ARGUS AND A0E CORRESPONDENTS. Losnox, August 10. The agitation which has been started for the purpose of obtainining the reprieve of Mrs. Maybrick continues to spread throughout England. Mr. 11. B. T. Strangways, formerly rremier in South Australia, in a letter to the Daily Chronicle, strongly advocates the reprieve of Mrs -laybricl ,* ,t "nt i g thia'Ft &D ritrs h Parliament should introduce a system in tihe courts similar to that which existed in conneetion with the colonies, of revising sentelces. M. Sadi Carnot, stho President of the French Reptllie, who is at present on an official toiur through the provinces of the nation, is bein...

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BENJEROOP AND MURRABIT IRRIGATION AND WATER SUPPLY TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 23 August 1889

BENJEROOP AND MURRABIT IRRIGA TION AND WA TER SUP PLY TRUST. A meeting of the above trust was held at the chairman's residence, LMurrabit, on Saturday last, 17th inst. Present: Cmnrs. Mnltrks (chairnrmn), Beonnott, Lane, Troy, Roberts and Hickey. The miniutes of the previous meeting were read and conirsned. COII:IStPONeI)vCt. From J. W. Dagnall, requesting that M3r. A. A. D. Dyke be b ppointed treasurer to the trust during his absence. Cllr Iickey moved to that l'et. Seconded by Ciur. Bennett and carried. From J. A. Carey, secretary Rodney Irrigation and W\ater Supply 'Trust. re questing the representation of the trust at a conference to be held at the Town Hall, iMelbourne, on WVednesday, 28th August. Cmr. Iickey moved that as this trust is not interested in the resolutions to be brought before the Minister, no delegate be appointed. Seconded by Cimr. Roberts and carried. From Messrs. llobertson and Avard, quoting prices for supplying syphon to trust. Cmr. Troy moved that the im:tt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 23 August 1889

Legal. ]1ROWN, ELLISON& CO., SOLICITOIRS, WELLINGTON STREET, KERANG SL Ilt. AlIllIIll: ESPINASSE, Managin .L Clerk to the above iirm, will attend at their ollice every Molnday, Tuesday, d l.'rilay evening, hrom 7 till 10 o'clock, for l e purlpose of interviewing clients. CtNNELLY ANI) 'ATCAICELL, SOLICITOIRS, CONVEYANCOEIS, PlOCTOliS ANI) LEGAL AUENT' WELIANGION ST., KElIANG. and ait Sandhurst tand Melbourne. 'tRUST1 MIINEYS TO LE'XD, sutis of .£100 aii upw o'.L n t reeld or Grown Leasehold Securities. £10,000 TO. LEND.. In one sll, on Freeholdl SeluritL Mr Win. .1. Rogers Davidson, our manni clerk, may be consultedd iily, between 9 .t and 5 p.m., at above address. Privale address - Cadaseh's Cotmr.ria lHotel. MUiHJtiY BRO GROOERS, D)RAPERS, IRI)ONAI)f9 GE , c [ISItRE to convey their Ist thanks tI their many friends ani pa tros ti have favored them with lheir custo since th . stablilhnmet of tlh ir uosir.es? i'i eai a.d take this opp.rtunily of ioform'ng tu that they have re...

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Kerang Times. Published Tuesdays and Fridays. WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. FRIDAY, AUGUST 23, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 23 August 1889

Published Tuesdays and Fridays. wITH WEEIULV SUPPLEMENT. IJ'lID: I', A UGUST 23, 18S9. Country .4: 1n.1 Is our last issue we 'rekrh oim:ý. published a report of the proceedings at the Swan Hill Police Court, which resul ted in the commnittal for trial of a lad employed in the local Post Ollice on two charges of minsappropriating a letter and ofembezzling public money. Cases of this character have been un pleasantly numerous of late, and tend to awaken suspicion that the system of management in country Post Ollices is either defective or that it is loosely administered. The duties of the postmaster and his subordinates are, we presutme, nuch the samle at Swan Hill as in other country ollices, and the postal business is conducted there in much the same fashion as it is elsewhere. But if that be the ease it is certainly time, in the interests of the public, that some improvement of the system should be effected. For in the course of the enquiry to which we-have referred some curious re...

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MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 23 August 1889

ifrCi.AxICS' Is'rrru're.- Tie committee of the above Institute met on Tuesday last, the president (Mr. G. Rutherford) occupying the chair. Mr. .1. A. Mac. K?cddio acted as secretary in tile unlavoid able absence, through severe illness, of Mr. A. 1). Fraser. The minutes of the previous meeting were re rad and conflirmed. An application" from Miss McColough, for the use of one of the rooms as a private school, was granted. As already intimated in these columns, the Treasurer wrote stating that the stun of £1;4 had been passed to the Institute. Mr. Fraser wrote, resigning'his position as secretary and librarian. The resignation was ac cepted with regret, Mr. MacKieddie un dertaking the duties of honorary secre tary. It was resolved to invite applica' tions for the position of librarian, collector and caretaker, and to request subscribers to hand in all hooks. with a view to conm piling a new catalogiue. The conmmittee then adjourned. THin: L.trE M. . J 'NA?u?iTrox.--Theo mortal remain...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 23 August 1889

Tra~do Addrossos. THE WBIIOLESALE ULOTIHING CO. . Z - r rt"1 TWEEDS COATINGS-:' TWEEDS COATINGS - T.WT?EDS COATINGS .TWEEDS- G"OAPINGS. BLUE and 'A'NOY'SERGES. BLUE and FAN CY. SERGES. ENORMl S?uS STOCK.: OUR.OWN ??iPORTJni G. L SULTIER GOODS is befmii?' doubt Sthe best over aeon inthe colofiNs4 t .:, ''As ins il o l'ihve a large staff of the Best CutterTs Wrkmen IN VICTORIA. ALL WOOL TWEED TROUSERS (to order), 12s Gd. ALL WOOL TWEED SUITS (to order), 46s. WRITE FOIA SAMPLES. Oar Traveller Visits the District every S Two Months. J. T. MIDDLETON, General \h1n ger. E. COO OK. COLONIAL WINE SERA ?ES If you want a cool d, ink come to Thie Shades. "| M1. Co k. having recently visited the i .. vi n=yrd, at Saadh..sT, Y:nloit and Albury scleoted a large stock of FIRST-CLASS COLONIAL WINES, and is offering them aWre PRICEs WHICII DEFY O3PETITION. COOL SU1MER DRINKS ALWAYS KEPT. FIRST-OLASS ACCOM M ODATION. GOOD STABLING. -r . Agent f Wr1EPiURN MINERAL WATERS, Labor Office for Males azd Fema...

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KERANG POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, 16TH AUGUST. (Before Major Bartrop, P.M., and Mr. L F. Westblade,, J.P.) DEBT CASES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 23 August 1889

KERANG POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, 16Th AUGUST. (Before Major IBartrop, P.M., and Mr. L F. Westblade,, J.P.) DEI r CASES. The President, Councillors, and Rate. payers of the Shire of Swan Hill v JTames Gamble Jour., rates due, .£5 13s 3d. No appearance of defendant. Order for amount antid 10s s costs. Same v .Tas. Gamble, Senr. Rates duo, 18s Od. No appearance of defendant. Order for amount and costs, los Gd. Same v Richard elolsar. Rates due, 10s. No appearance of defendant. Order, for amount and costs, 10s Gd. Martha Taylor v H. V. Cato. Goods sold and delivered. Order for £6 Gs 2d, and costs, £2 Us, to be levied by distress. WUl. Yco v Tas. Buckley. Amount of two dishonored cheques, .£3 5s. No appearance of defendant. Order for amount and costs, 15s Gd. Jno. Lake v o!lgal Cameron. Wages due, £32 1Ss 9d. Set off for £10 10s was put in by defendant. Order for £20 Os id and costs, £.2 Os 6d. Thos. Brown v Henry Chas. Moorhead. Wages due, £3. Complaint dismissed with 1Os Ott costs against ...

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PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 30 August 1889

.. PARLIA MENT. Mr. M'Lean's motion in the Legislative Assembly on the increase of the stock tax was disposed of at an early hour on Wed nesday morning. The debitting, being foi the most part short and sharp,was very in teresting, and the speaking was on n munch higher plane than on any previonus night. Members were impatient when long speeches were threatened, and their demonstrations were effectual. U' to 11 o'clock 15 gentlemen had spoken, when Mr. Forrest moved the adjournment of the debate. Mr. Gillies objected, becanse it had been agreed on Thursday to divide that evening. Thereupon Mr. AMunro in terposed with a" suggestion that if the House unanimously decided to go to a division at 8 o'clock on Wednesday even ing the Premier shonld be satisfied. Mr. Gillies agreed, provided that the House by specific resolution directed the divi sion to be taken at that hour. But Mr. Burrowes objected to any such inotioian being put, because it would create a dan gerous precedent. There was ...

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

STATE OF TIIE IRIVEIIS. IRaInT AnoVer SumIm:R LEVEL. t[H" TELEGR,?PII. Thursday. MlnfuY. ft. in. Albury .. .. .. 8 8 Rehuca .. .. .. 2; 4 Swan lill .. .. .. 33 3 Eusto .. .. .. 21 0 Gour.nunn. Seymour .. .. 5 .URRUnnoIDG EE. Wagga .. .. C .. 9 3 Ilay ... .. .. 11 9 lI:alranald .. .. .. 14 0 DARLING. Mlenindle .. .... 2( 0 Wentworth .. .. . 22 38 Wilcannia .. .. .. 29 1

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WANDELLA IRRIGATION AND WATER SUPPLY TRUST. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 28TH. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 30 August 1889

WANDELLA IRRIGATION V 'AND WATER SUPPLY.TRUST. WEDNESDAY,, AUGUST 28TIH. Present - Cmrs. Williamson. (chair man), Itadcliffec, Butler, Avard, McKenzie andti Rundle. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirnied.' CORRIESPONDENCIE. From RIodney Irrigation and Water Supply Trust, postponing - date of con ference of trusts to be held in [Melbourne; Riceived. sIri'OUiiaT The treasurer (iMr. J- A; MacKeddie) reported as as follows :-Tho -trust's general account is in credit £383 - s. 7d., a sum of .-284 17s. 6d. having been received since last report. The contrac tors' deposit account has a credit balance of.£88 7s., a sumn of £81 having been received since last meeting. IReceived. The engineer (Mr. IT.C. Kemlpson) reported as follows :'--1;'Since last meet ing, notwithstanding tlhat-for some time I was 'almost too ill to:do 'any work, your plans, etc.; -have continned to be advanced as quickly as possible, and I submit to-day a' plan showing the 1lines: surveyed, with lev...

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Kerang Times. Published Tuesdays and Fridays. WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. FRIDAY, AUGUST 30, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 30 August 1889

Publish ed Tuesdays and !Fridays. WIT!H* WEiEKLY SUPPLEMIET.' FRIDAY , UGUSI 0, iSS9. After a iong and weari 1,,,?n?1e.? some debate, the division on Mar. M'Lean's amend ment has-resulted in a substantial victory for the Governinent. It' is to be roeigetted that a straightý ote could noet l, tanlkn on the expediency of in creasmig the stock duties, l t' as soon an it- % a;mnnotincoa'thkt, the Govern:, -nent would treat the proposals of othe member for Northr Gippsland, if they were carried, as a vote of want of confidence, their fIate was sealed. Mr. Gillies insisted that his attitude was justified by the resnltjof itlie roecent generial election, 'heim' the ofpinion of the country was discovered. to be ad verse to any increase of the stock duties. ^. But to that proposition we distinctly demur, being strongly of opinion that in mian?l electorites the stock tax.question was not taken minto consideration at all, aiid had ino hlear ilg on: the prference shown. for the successful candi...

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LATEST CABLEGRAMS. AFFAIRS IN THE SOUDAN. THE SITUATION IN HAYTI. PROPOSED PACIFIC CABLE. THE SHIPPING STRIKE IN LONDON. THE COMPTOIR D'ESCOMPTE DE PARIS. RESPONSIBLE GOVERNMENT FOR WESTERN AUSTRALIA. THE STRIKE MOVEMENT EXTENDING. SERIOUS DISTURBANCES FEARED. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 30 August 1889

-LA TEST: CABLEGRAMS. AFFAIRS IN -THE SOUDAN. THIE SITUATION IN HAYTI. PROPOSED PACIFIC CABLE. THE SHIIPPIG STRUIE IN LONDON. THE COMPTOIR D'ESCOMPTE DE S PARIS. RESPONSIBLE GOVIIERNMIIENT FOR WESTERN AUSTRALIA. THE STRIKE MOVEMENT EXTENDING. SERIOUS DISTURBANCES FEARED. (Fao~r ARGUS AND AGE COnRESPONDENTS.) LONDON, August 26, According to the latest intelligence from the Sonudan, the people are suffering terribly from famine. At Khartoum and Kassala the inhabitants are enduring great privations, being reduced to such straits that they have been driven to eat the bodies of the dead. A nephew of the late Mahdi, with a thousand men, has advancedto within 20 miles of Sauskin, which he threatens to attack. The civil war, which has been in pro. gross in Hayti for the last twelve months, is now ended. General Legitime, who was elected president in August last year in succession to 'President Salomons, but was recently defeated and abdicated in favor of General Hippolyte, has left IIayti o...

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GUNBOWER. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 30 August 1889

GUNBOWERI? (I ROir oiut. OWV colttESia,\D. :N '.).'. , Tlh Colllna Irriioationr'rnlst are push ing on ei their worlK in t forllAaitiioii- of channels,. bridges,- elc;sioLthliti'tli6' distri raitioni of w?ter enn CII)C jilicenOs.soon as the -hdl.l~a,.ork. aro.e .pigmlotoi ,Jia.1 hc: 0Una: or Conlil~tit~"rho L l*nI6tray water, 0 cr the Ginbobuior. irweek ne rcpr'vijI~dl Thelio'ltter \work is oni oftomine diticulty, -for tlia reason iiit if -fluliiig is used there is great daiger of, it.-being destroyed when the creek is in lloold.;: An oarthen embankilnnt hIl liben treigil and proved wortlhless, and the inv'erted silphon prin ciple is objected to on thoscore.of -costli ness, lit I aim sre itr w-oupld.bho found the .most ecoiioiii~iil eveOnttally, for; the reason that it wouldl be laiting anld effee tive, and tllt is mitir than can h;b saidl of oither of ihli other principles. Whicn. i r. Nanicarrow niidertook to,stop tho. inflow of water at thei heiad. of the llcannel, lie had a niore...

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

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. DAIRY PRODUCE. Tile butter and egg market is fairly sup plied..Prices for the former are now quoted at 10o per lb for godd quality, and for the latter at Is I;d per dozen.

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