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MELBOURNE MARKET REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 30 August 1889

MIEL3UOURiNE MAltKET ~ElPORT. Messrs. Binny Nicoll and1 C., chaff mer chants, 50 Spencer-street, report :-The de liveries of chaff at Spencer-street during the pat week have been equal to the demand. Prime green, well cut and clean chalff is scarce, and eagerly inquircd after. There has been very little alteration in prices since oor last report. Best samples are fetching up to £7 5s; medium from £5 15s to £ 10s s; inferior from £3 10s. All quotations bags included. There is no demand for straw chaff. Chaffing hay up to £6 12s (d; straw to .£2 15s; New Zealand oats. 4s Id; Vic torians, 3s 10d to 3s 11id; wheat, 5s d d; maize, 4s 4d; peas, 5s; bran, is 2d; pol lard, Is ,d.

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 30 August 1889

BRIGouT PROSPECTS FOR IIENDIGO.-Life to some would not be worth the living were it roblbed of its anticipations and hopes. When these are 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 sale, comnmencing Satunlay, August 33rd, for ye who want to buy shall not be disappointed. Call and see salvage gals recovered from the" wreck of the Cape Verde. Onr prices will astonish you.-[ADVT.' STn?DFEns. - Elsewhere the Tragowel Plains Irrigation and Water Supply Trust invites tenders for' the construction of culverts, subways and outlets, also for about t'vo miles of channelling. For Sale or. To Let, . FOR SALE. D OUBLE-SEATED Buggy. Also A.B.C. Incubator. .Apply : .MS. NICIHOLSON, 9371 : .Kerang. F OI SALE.-·Thlree acres of ,Land ,at Koondrook. Apply Baptist Parsonage, Kerang. . 9388 : , FOR SALE.. ( EVERAL Township Allotments on easy Sterms. Apply I.BRItEN, Seer., Ma OR SALE,' Te·m- wor...

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THE WANT OF CONFIDENCE MOTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 30 August 1889

THE WANT OF CONFIDENCE MOTION. We take from Iansumrd the following report of Mr. M'Coll's speech.ll on Mr. M'Lean's want of confidence motion, do livered in the House on the 20th inst.: Mr. Speaker, there seems to have been imported into this debate to-night a great deal of irritation and personal feeling. I was inmch astonished at the tone adopted by the Attorney-General, which was in usual with him. I do not think there was the slightest necessity for the high tone he adopted, or for the acerbity of his ianller. I must confess to being one of those who labor under a monomania or fai on the stock tax question. At the general election I was returned to support the Governlment, but I said that when the question of the stock tax came on I would give a straight vote on it, no matter what the consequences might be. In this House, last session, I agreed with other honorable members to the withdrawal of the Bndget proposals, in order that the matter might be fairly put; but I cannot this ...

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

Trade Addross1Os.0 WA N T:D K NOW N. That the Cheapest and B]cst place for MONUMENTS, HEADSTONES, GUAVE ENCLOSURE IS AT WM. BEEBE & SON'S MONUMENTAL WORKS, MITCHELL. STREET, SANDrn[IUT. DESIGNS SUBMITTED. J. F. LEWIS TAILOR. CLOTHIIER , OUTFITTER, PALL MALL, SANDITURST. J F. L. a representative visits Kerang monthly for orders with the latest things in hi o market. HENRY COLMAN A CIIITECT, Commercial IIotcl,Kerang. Plans, specifications and quantities =e-- .... papred. W. J: W.PALTCIIELL GENERAL STOREKEEPER, WINEI and SPIRIT MEROCHANT, NOLAN STREET, KERANG RESll SEASONABLE GOODS con. tantly arriving, whieh arc olfered al. gritly edunced pricas. Inspection invited. SEA FOAMI. The New Specific for NEURALGIA an UEADAOCPE. INSTANT RELIEF. \V. .1. W. I'ATCIIELL, Kerang. E. I. FA RRANT, 'TOhACCONIST, NEWS AGENT, FANCY GOODS, AND PERFUJMERY, Sw tA HILL. LOCAL AGENT for the Klen\a TIMs. O IDERS. for Advertisements and Job Prititing received and attended to with despatch. Agent for a...

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

MURPH1Y BRUOS., GROCERS. DRAPERS, IRON O G t ., Tr DESIRE to convey their lhst thanks to their many friends and patrons who have favored them with their custom since th..r slablishment of their business in Klerang and take this opportunity of informing them that they have removed to their NEW & COMMODIOUS PREMISES, (Next door to their old shop.) Thry also desire to further state that. in Sldition.ton .their large, stock of Articles' ._. roem·rr~y 4elpt."^_Il1 It'ivo r.. ,' l.luia , DI)APERY BUSINES , ALd are now in a position to supply DRESS MATERIAL, O---- varroa n-]rrsra-ni," JMENS & YOUTHS' CLOTHING, Erc IMURPHIY BRO3 resprctfully lequct a continusnceof that confilence hitherto re posed in them. NOTICE. AS THR-OUGHI FIRE A NEW NOVIEL, by the author of " My Lady's Chamber," " D)olly's Ordeal," etc. commenced in FAMILY IIERALD PART FORl IULY which contains also the SEASIDE DOUILE iNUMBER, W\ith a complete Novel, cntitled A Lover from over the Sea, IBy the Author of ...

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

Tire; \\TEr ritsX.-Yesterday, ;afterr n slell of fine weatiier, a complete channo set.in.--Tlhe-sky.lduringtheo earlier part of the day was overcast and towards evening presented htvery threatoning. ap-. pearance. A light: rain commenced to fill about '4 o'clock; continhini?nfor an hounr or so, when a tremendonus down.pour 1et in; lasting for uearly3t;ventyo mhintes. lrte gnag at thIe iTrts olihee iime liately after the shower showed 82 points. :Steady rain followed, with cvery indica lion of continuing.i arilner .i i?" .eit .to KEr.Aec. TO Iioo nnoor ilrILrs.-Oni Wednesday last Mr. T. H.I M'Cbll,S1M.P:{ piesented a nunmrously-signed petition to tihe Deputy Postmaister-Geilnral, ini the: absenceo of,the Postmstr-Gast ner al, asking llhat tihe miils'betwein Kei rang and Kooni Bdrook might be carried by the. tramway, iihstead of by .roadti as iat presont. Mr. iSmibert saidh.le had made an, offer to the tiran?iwa 'truist. to.t c?riry the rails;, rnd was now waiting a reply.., Hoeoped t...

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KERANG AND KOONDROOK TRAMWAY TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 30 August 1889

.KERANG AND KOONDROOK TRAM WAY TRUST. A imeeuting of the above trust was hold in the Shire Ialla on 11onnlayevening last, there being present Cmrs. Oullon, Yen, .Patchell and O'Donnell. Cunr. Cillen was voted to the chair. IEXCURSION TRAINS. It was agreed that special excursion trains, consisting of car and II truck, be granted for tIohe su of £5 to any person or persons requiring same, the conlitions to be the same as those ruling in the Rail way lDe)partment. Passengers to be chllarged exenrsion fares, and if the £:5 bw exceeded the garanteeoo deposit to be re tIrnedl, ibnt if s:uno .bo not reached the amount to be retained: cARlllAGS or TIuIIEn. Thie manager, Mr. Rattray, was in structed to arrange wiith Mr. Mitchell, manager for Meosss. 1). Munro and Co., for the conveyance of their thnber over the tramway. The following time-table was agreed upon, to come into force as soon as cow catchers were aflixed to the engine : To leave Kerang at 8.15 a.m., arriving. at Koondrook 9.15 a....

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

Tr'ad.o Addreossos. WH:I l.ESALE CLOTHING CO. . - Id/ r .-?: TWEEDS COATINGS TWEEDS .. COATINGS TWVEEDS COATINGS. TWEEDS CO ATINGS. BLUE and, FANCY .SERGES. BLUE arid FANCY SERGES. BLUE an'. FANCY SERGCES. Blue and Fancy Serges. AND ENQRMOUS `:ISTOCK. OUR .OWN IMPORTINO. . . .. '. ,L·" •Rf E Assortment of SPRING an: 1 SUMMER GOODS is beyolnd doubt the best over seeoon in the colonies.. A'' iisnral wo hi:e a large staff'of the Best Cutters & Workmeni IN - VICTORITtA. ALL WOOL T'WEED TROUSERS ""( O.ordet l -), 1 6dL. -" ALL . OOL TWEED SUITS (to .WRITI FObIL SAMPLES Our T'raveller Visits the District every Two Months. J. .T. MIDDLE'I'ON, General flan gor. iE. . N COOK. COLONIAL WINE SHADES If you urant a cool drink come to Tihe Shades. "g M. Cock. having reently visited Ihe ; vineyards at Sandhnlst, Yanloit ard Aliury, selented a large stock of FIt RT-CLASS COLONIAL W INES, and it oferiung thetn at PRICES wnIClt DEF'T C3xMPETITION. COOL SUMMER DRINKS ALWAYS KEPT. FIRST.CLASS A...

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SANDHURST CATTLE MARKET. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 30 August 1889

SANDIUIIRST CATTLE MARIliET. Tuesday. Messrs. R. O'Neill and Co. report : Cattle.-i71l fat, 131 stores, and 70 calves comprised this week's supply. Quality mostly inferior and medium beef, with only a few pens prime lightweights. There was a full attendance of the local trade, with several outside buyers. The market opened firm, and continued brisk at an advance of fully 10s per head on last week's improved rates." We quote :--lest pens of bullocks, from L£9 10s to £11 10s; inferior and medium, £0 to £8; cows, £5 to £8; anl have sold drafts for Messrs. Morrissy, Gallc way, Cooke and others. Calves.-70 penned. rto medium Prices. wera -2...834 yarded, about 1800 m?edimlii toi good mutton, the balance stores. The supply being within requirements, sales were brisk, all lots being cleared early at from (;d to Is per head over last week's values. Quota tions:-Best crossbred wethers, 14s to 18s; owes, ls to 13s iGd; merino wethers, 1Is'to 14s; ewes, 9s Gd tolls 1d. We have sold 101 merino ...

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

PANNOOBAMAWN. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) The resent appearance of the country betokens a good season this time. Crops and grass are making rapid headway, and the district looks gay with wild flowers. During the past month there has been a military ball, and one was also given by the bachelors of the district:. The     "Bachelor's Ball"' took place on Friday evening last and was a complete success. Upwards of 45 couples tripped round to the strains of Messrs. Joyce and Sciersen's violins. Mr.. J. Hodge., of Pine   Grove, acted as M.C., and for a new be- ginner did very well. I should like to iaveRseen things a little .llvlier, mI'orneos pecilly as .the oevening was so very cold andifrostyv' 'Mr. E: Scierseh' riiade an energetic and miost xcoitrteous secretary .and, to, his efforts: siccess _is no doubt largely dine.. A. Mobntil Il?irovetment Association his lateli l;ben Lstiartedi in.h ilio! loeal'st State School.. The oflico ?bearei wveroe e...

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BOYS IN COUNTRY POST OFFICES. [TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERANG TIMES.] [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 3 September 1889

BOYS. IN COUNTRY POSTOFFICES. r [TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERxATO TIMES.] : Sn,-Your leading article published in a recent issue respecting the employment 'of mere boys to do men's work in country post offices, at -at lI .rate` of pay, i dlo serving of more notice than most persons }will give it. In oiir'owi local office tie ' evils of the system are seeni every day. Three or four small boys, some of them 9 quite children, are left to attend to the public ,wants, and though they dotheir:' best, and I have iothing to complaiifn 6f their atteitioii,'as what may be expected 'from such lads, yet I think, in justice to the importance of a large town like-Ke. rang, a :c6ipl6 ofclerks 'of niorein'natir age are necessary; to do 'the: li:;ey and responsible. work attached: to the ,ofco. Hundreds of poudds 'are' aid into the savings bank every month, and the most' of it is received by these children, who are: scarcely old enough to count large' sums of nimoney; and should, anyinistake arise, I wo...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 3 September 1889

C.ORRESPO.NDEN C/E ;.. -4~c--- 1Clomx nolcations Intended- fo"r Ioertio; in thi| ., column should be ?ddrued to the Edltor... The nonse and addrecu of tile writer must hs-addc&s'ot Sneceusarily lfor ipublication, but o a guarantee of good faith. While we are at all times glad to re ceivo nod publish correspondence. allowing an amountaof latitudoecounstsent with thle rules of Sjournalism wedo Isot holi ourselves responslblo for anny opl!io0s expressed.]

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LATEST CABLEGRAMS. THE DOCK LABORERS' STRIKE. THE ROWING CHAMPIONSHIP. THE NAVAL MANŒUVRES. GENERAL BOULANGER. A STRIKE CRISIS IMPENDING. AFFAIRS IN CHINA. THE EARL OF HOPETOWN. LONDON, August 29. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 3 September 1889

LATEST CABLEGRAMS. THE DOCK LABORERS' STRIKE. THE ROWING CIIAMPIONSIIIP. THE NAVAL MAN(EUVRES. GENERAL UBOLANG7.R. A STIlKE CRISIS IMPENDING. AFFAIRS IN CHINA. THE EARL OF HOPETOUN. (FROMI ARGUS AND AGE CORRESPONDENTS.) LocnoN, Antgist 20: Serious fears are entertained that the strike by the dock laborers will extend tib Glasgow. The Clyde dockulen are now delmanding an increase of 0Od. per hour in the rate of wages. The dock owners have not yet given their reply.' Searlo has done a splendid trial over theo'chatnpionship' sculling course, and is now the favorite in the betting in connec tion with the race to be rowed next month against O'Connor, the Canadian oarsmnll. The British naval manomuvres have now been concluded. The operations between the attacling and defending forces are held to have resultedl in a draw. Aug. 80. It is expected that General Bonlanger, wlho is at present in exile -in. England, will return to Paris before the general elections for the Chamber of Deputies,. ...

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APPIN CHEESE FACTORY COMPANY, LIMITED. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 3 September 1889

'APPIN CHEESE, AFAC.T , TORY' M PANY, LIMITED. (FRnOt OUR OWN COIRRESPONDENT.) Th hialf-yearly general meeting of the Appini Cheese Factory Co., Limited, was re held at the company's oflico on W\\ednes- y day, the 28th inst., at 2. p.m. Twelve li 'shareholders' wero.e preesont i grepreimsting personally and by proxy 650 shares. o0 The chairman, Mr. J. llowcroft, -read I' the "- following--directors'--report-and " balance sheet :- . . . . DnNECTORSt' REPORT. I s: In submitting our reporor the half- a year jutiieded; w have milipesure ii to inform you that operations have been t1 carried on during the whole of that period l (Easter ifolnday excepted.) The Ihosupply c of milk thronugh the winter months has been exceptionally good,.owiing, no doubt, I in a great measinre, to the ixcellentsoeas0n we iave enjoyed, althboigh'l'rgo'iadditions t have been made by several of the sup pliers to:their.herds. ,.The prices received t for cheese duriing the'peridd inder review 11 have beeri fairly ...

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COHUNA TRUST ACCOUNTS. [TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERANG TIMES.] [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 3 September 1889

S'COHUNA TUST ACCOUNTS., [To TnE EDIroa OF THE KEi?a?G TIIES.] Sri,-I notice an advertisement in last: week's TIMES intimating that all accounts for progress payments, etc., must be ron ;dered three days before the meeting: That is all right, but I think it wunld be just as well if the secretary would send the 'cheques for those accounts ?ithbi three days after the meeting insteadof -a fortnight or three weeks later. I know some of the contractors havefbeen put about a good deal....One man I know had his cheques-dishonored through not get ting his money for-threo weeks. I trust soime of the commissioners will be bold enough to ask Mr. Holding to be .more punctual in future and thereby gain the good wishes of,-Yours, etc. A CONTRACTOR.

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EXCURSION TRAINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 3 September 1889

Excuisiox? TRAiNi'.-Excursion trains will run.on..show'day, 11th inst., be tween Kerang and Koondrook. Return tickets are to be available till the followin i day. Particulars of fares and time-table arc advertised. PINE HILLS IRPdNOATION TiiuT.-It is notified elsewhere that a ipecial mecting of the above trust will be held at the chliir&ian' residence on Thursday next, 5th September at one o'clock. To SAWMILERs, SPECULATORS AND OTHEns.--Tendirsare tiiited' elsewhere by Messrs. Yeb Tieraver'rnd 'Co'.,' Ltd., for the supply ef 20,000 railway. sleepers, to be delivered in the trucks at Koond rook or any railway station. : : TENDEUs.-The Koondrook Irrigation and Water Supply Trust invite tenders elsewhere for the construction 'of four bridges and three channel stops. WooL.-Messrs. Denny Lacelles, Aus tin, and Co., wool brokers of Geelong, intimate that they are now prepared to re ceive consignments of wool and that they will supply information as to charges on application. Parti...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. DAIRY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 3 September 1889

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SDAlY. PRODUCE. The butter and egg market is fairly sup plieil. Prices for the former are now quoted at 10d per lb for good quality, and for the latter at is Gd per dozen.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 3 September 1889

LHE °WHOLESALE CLOTHING CO. SltteSand aney er AND* othe b r h oo s.tQIs-. S . TWEEDS 'COATINGS TWEEDS - COATINGS TWEEDS ... COATINGS TWEEDS . OAfrINGS. BiUE and FANOY :SERGES. BLUE.and FANOY SERGES. BLUE - and FANOY SERGES. hUe, and Fancy Serges. AND ENORMOU.i STOCK. f HER ,Assortment of SPRING.: anl LIBUMMER GOODS is beyond 'doubt the best 'ever seen in thbcolonies. As u"ual we have a large w ta f of the Best Cuhtters & Workm nB IN,.VICTORIA. e (s o order), 12s dd. r eALL.. WOOL TWEED SUITS (to. order), 46s. WRITE FOR SAMPLES. Our Traveller Visits the District everyil Two Monute, : J. T. MIDDLETON, General tan ger. tfV HE Progress of Carriage Building by 1. SCHOLT.EN and MARSH, of Sand hurst,has been extraordinary during the past five years. We started with four men, and now we employ close on fifty, manufacturing Pleasure and Business Vehicles, comprising Carriages, Phatons, Waggonettcs, and Bug gies'of every description. And by concen trating all our efforts upon this clh...

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STATE OF THE RIVERS. HEIGHT ABOVE SUMMER LEVEL. [BY TELEGRAPH.] Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 3 September 1889

STATE OF TIHE IIIVERS. UEWInr AfOVI Su lI]IE LEV.YL. LRY TELEoArII. j MondIay. lIunnAPV. ft. in. Albuury * 8 s Echluca .. *27 3 Swan Bill . 13 it EiistoI 20 5 -· GOULDURN. Snymnour 12 I9 .1UflBUolRDOEE. WaNga .. - I6 0 Hay-, .. 11 G lhtlronala - ... .. " 13 10 DuLTI\O. Eenindia .. *. 20 3 Wentworth. .. *. 21 10 \Vilcannia ... .. .. 29 6

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 3 September 1889

Wanted. TW ANTED. Twenty (20) young turkeys. iV Send particulars and price, Tmxcs'- Office. 0402 REAPPEARANCE KERANG C ROWS I I:IDAY, 13th SEPTEMBER. ., Lost.,..tolen or Strayed STRAYED into my paddock, about six ' weeks ago; one Chestnut Mare. branded on near sh6ulder.. 'Owner can have same by paying expenses.: JOHN MITCHELL, 9418 3Macorna. XTOTICE.--The person (who is known) N. that took collar. and hamnes from my waggon '.iti 9cornaiNorthb' on the Echuca road, will oblige by returning same to Hird's store, to save trouble, or else further proceed ings will be taken. 9419. JOHN MITCHELL. L OST? Narrow Gold Bracelet ; Reward" .,TInxs' Ofce Rera ng. " 9403 £1 REWARD.-Lost, from Koondrook, Bright Bay Horse; branded TD near sholdlder. Bay Mare; branded mo off neck'; streak in the face; off hind foot white. The horse hatd hobbles on when.last seen... : .,r.-. "..,. 1, ,·. I D.: M1UARAY 9411 Roondrook. Notices. SiRiE f OF 'GORDON. NOTrCE OF. AN APPLICATION FOR THE ' CONSTITUxr ON . OF A...

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