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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 3 September 1889
The Stud. SEASON 18s9.. To Stand this Season on Loddon, 12 miles from Kerang, the pure Clydesdale Stallion, SPENCER. SPENCER, brown horse, rising 7 years old, with black points, stands'1. hards high. His sire, Champion of the North (imp.), was champion horse of Victoria up to the time of his death. Champion of the North took first prize at Glasgow Agricultural Exhibition in 1880. In 1877 he gained first prize at the following shows in England, all open competition :-Congleton, Otley, Dos. caster, the loyal Agricultural Society's Show at Liverpool, Pontefract, Dudley Hill, New castle (beating Dainlcy, Prince of Altyre, Gleniffer, etc.), York, Halifax, Bingley, Skipton, Todmorden, Altringham, White church and Birkenhead. Topsman was got by that renowned horse, Wonderful, which was bred by Mr. Rcnnie, Dunbar, out of his prize marc, Comely, which was by Baronet, the winner of £300 in prize money. Great grandsire, Clyde Boy, which gained the IHaddington prize in 1857; also one at the Hig...
THE WANT OF CONFIDENCE MOTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 3 September 1889
-THE WANT OF CONFIDENCE E MOTION. " We take from "IIansanl" the following e report' of Mr. Taverner's speech on Mr. 1 i -Lcan 's want of confidence motion, de livered in the Ilouse on.the. 22nd innt.: SSir, -I ?a*s ' particularly gratified with I one of the concluding remarks of the last speaker (Mr. J. F. Lcvien), bcausc it opend?il p--ut- a fair prospect of-'his I conversion to a better belief than lie can be said to have at present. lie stated that if any hlonorable member would show him io?r tlie farmers-conld be-bcnetited more than they are benefited at the present time, he would gomo-t heartily with-liin. Well, if the honorable memlier will only calmly consider tlie statements' and aigunients' of i the honorable memberfor Gippsland North, lie can come,Iam.surc,, to hnut one cocln-l sion,;namely; that the farmers are ampnly en titled to participate in thei benefits of the fiscal policy of the colony," namely, protec tion, which is, in fact, all they ask for. The honorable membe...
MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. [TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERANG TIMES.] [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 3 September 1889
MEOCHANICS' INSTITUTE. [TO THE EDITOR OF TIIE IERAN(O TIMS.] Smn,-I presume that when gontlenien pose as public men and undertake; tho care' of other eoplo's property and. speiid their money, they believe themselves capable of the dities nndeotaken bettir' than others, whether they are or not; and if 'the other people offer a few words of criticism thley are always taken in the spirit in which they are made. When -the indifference of.the general public. and the imore 'than indiffereico of l the' lst committee permitted a committeeo. to take charge of the Institute without election as presoribed byI the bye-ldws-ai6t: a few expected some .now developments: during the year. ' That not muoch adinin .istrative.ability.or progressive actiosi-has .been forthcoming has scarcely disap. poir;ted anyone-it was. not' expected-- bist that caution was not exercised, when a bank manager was president, is a do veljpment that startles everyone. I should like, sir, for the committee to in. form the ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 3 September 1889
Legal. BROWN, . ELLISON & CO., SOLICITORS, WELLINGTON STREET, KERANG M R. ARTHUR ESPINASSE, Managing Clerk to the above firm, will attend .-- at their ofices.vc ry Montlay, Tuonday. and Friday evening, frbom7 till'10 o'clock, for the' purpose of interviewing clients. CONNELfLY AND TA'TCHIE~L, 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 sum, on Freehold Security. Mr Wmn.J. Rogers Davidson, our managing clerk, may be consulted daily, bhctWeen 0 .in and 5 p.m., at above address. Private address - Cadusch's Commercia Hotel. i. TO FARMERS. ADAMS AND CO NOTIFY that on account of the valuable and important improvements made in WOODS' REAPERS AND BINDERS A large demand is anticipated. Ordes must be given early to the above to ensure a supply of Woods' Howard's and Hornaby's machines STRIPPERS, WINNOWERS end ...
Kerang Times. Published Tuesdays and Fridays. WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 3 September 1889
Published Tuesdays and Fridays.. WITII WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. TUESDA 3', SEPITEMIIJEl 3, SSO9. MaAso?Ic ANNIVERSARYis.-The fifth an niversary of the Kerang Masonic Lodge will be celebrated to-uorrow (Wednesday) when Bro. D. Hawthorne, who has been selected to fill the important position of Worshipfil Master for the ensuing twelve monthss will be duly installed in the chair, in the presence of a.large assemblage of prominent members of the mystic craft from lMelbourne, Sandlhurst Echuca, Swan Hill and other ceitres. The ceremony will commence at half-past five o'clock. The usunal Masonic ball, which is always regarded as the principal social event of the year, is to follow. It is to be held in the Mechanics' Institute, dancing to commence at 9 o'clock. Nothing calculated to ensure success has been overlooked by the committee and as there has been a large demand for tickets a numerous and brilliant gathering is anticipated. The music will be supplied by a Sandhurst band specially engaged ...
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 3 September 1889
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE.: Renewal of Licences Approved.-H. R. Harrison, 40 acres, Kerang; E. A. Ben nett, 20 acres, Benjeroop; R. Colville, 9 acres, Murrabit West; Sarah M. Craw &nbsp; ford, 11 acres, Loddon; Alex. McKay, 16 acres, Murrabit; Annie McKay, 20 acres, Murrabit; H. W. Safe, 13 acres, Ganna warra; Alex. McMillan, 14 acres, &nbsp; Leaghur. Transfers Registered at Titles Office. Wm. Ross, Junr. to Robert Primrose, 312a 1r 28p, Macorna; Janet Stone to Mary G. McLean, 50 acres, Loddon; Jas. Gamble, to Thos. O'Dwyer, 90 acres, Budgorum East; Margaret McCullough &nbsp; &nbsp; to Mary Guthrie, 319. 9r 10p, Quamba took; Margaret Fleming and Sydney Vains to Irrigable Estates Coy., Limited, 150a 3r 26p, Tragowel ; and 306a Or 84p, Benjeroop; James Jamieson to Peter Bowman, 320 acres, Mincha; Jans Jor &nbsp; gensen to A. Arbuthnot and M. Treacey; 200a Or 14p, Kerang; Elizabeth A. Guiney to D. A. Guiney, 320 acres, Bud gerum West.
THE DOCK LABORERS' STRIKE. [TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERANG TIMES.] [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 6 September 1889
THE DOCK LABORERS' STRIKE. [TO TIo EDITOR OF THE iI.RaNG TImIS.] SI,--llaving read in yo:r valn tll. paper that the lock laborers in London aveo g?ne olt on strike, anI[tltOCausc'as' that the dock owning con-panies refuse to ply their laborers nixlenco per hlolr, which any man in Anstralia wonhid con sidler not wages, Ibt merely a starving pittanel , I wcvlld suggest that some plub liic mai call I lleetingI of residents that they may show their sympathy in a prtacw tical manner by raising subscriplions to Ihlp 1the :lthbrelrs to hIlI oat against thei attitdll tlakell IIp 1by tie dock owning copllll:nies.-X.orIs, etc. .NATIVE.
THE BAPTIST CHURCH, KOONDROOK. [TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERANG TIMES.] [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 6 September 1889
TMIE BAPTIST CIIURCH, KOON DREOOK. [To rIf Enrront or Til KIr..xo Tnrers.] Sir,-Kindly grant me space in your paper that I may explain the filets of the .ase in connection with the Koondrook Baptist Church. On the 20th August a letter fromn me was I lid before the local board of health asking that the building in course of erection should be inspected so that permission mnight be obtained for opening on tile 1st September. The matter was referred to the engineer of the board. lie delayed his visit till the 30th August. As this was only two days belbre the date advertised for the opcting services, there was no opporinnity fbr any alterations in time to obtain permission from the Central Board of Health to hold the opening meetings. Theo meetings consequently could not be held, although a tminister crane from S:ndlhurst for the express purpose. The building commit tee deeply regrets the disappointment, and at the samue time expresses its grati tude to the Church of England for placing...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 6 September 1889
TA1 OlOl NG. P. DOYLE, TAILOIR ANDI TABITMAKER, B EOS Resliectfully to notify the public of Kcnmug and District that Ihe has connmcnecl Iusiness as T?hilor and lHabit Maker at Wellington Street, Keiang, and hy strict attention to business. and gnmrantce as to perfect. it, hopes to share a fair propIr. tiln of public patronage. Fine Assortnment ofr' Tweles, Cloths, Coatings and all necessary materials ton hand. INSPECTION INVITED . it4id EDUCATIONAL. MISS McCOLOUGH (Late of ahlanahld),. B ECS:to annoutiice to the residents of Ierang that she will open a private sclhool in the Mechanics"Institutle n Moi day, 2nd September. ISngliah in all itst branches, music and voice culture. 'Terms on application to f. . ISS. McCOLOUGcII, Care of Mrs. J. W.Tliverncr,' Kerdng. Special -Advertisenmen ts. S lME DICAL. SDR T. M. AUSTIN, PUBLIC VACCINATOR, i/.AYo be constltedl Daily at hi. Sourger IIawthorne's Puiilngs, VICTORIA STREET, IEIRANG. rPblic Vaccination every Frilay from 11 a.tin. to 1 p).m. ...
AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 6 September 1889
AGRICULTURAL NOTES. (FOMI OUR OWN CotaIIESPONDENT.) The weather during the past week has been very showery and co'd. The wheat planlt is strong amd vigorous and the early sown are very forward. Feed is plentiful everywhere and farnmers hamve every advantage of seeuring a great quan tity of it in the shape of sil:age. Tlie annual sales of st!la sheep were brought to a close on Friday last and the splendid prices obt.inetd throughout must be most satisfactory to those breeders who have for years expteled tine and mtonesy without limit to obtam the very best strains of stud sheep. The total nunmiter soldl dlurinll the sales was 10?0, for !'17,710 14s Id, or an average of .£12 1la 21 per sheep. lMessre. William Gibson anid Son with their Scone mnerinos took the "blue ribbon," having received the mnagnificent prices of 700 goineas, 520 guineas and 3i3l0 guineas foi' three of their raltus A large number of std:l sheep were secured for Cape Colony, several of the leading breeders there bei...
PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 6 September 1889
PARLIAMENT. The Legislative Council resmned work on Tuesday, after a delay of a fortnight, occasioned by the want of confidence de b:ate in the Assembly. Four new members were introduced and took .their seats, namely, 'Mr. Coppin, for the Melbourne Province; Mr. Edward BMorey, for the Wellington Province; ])r. Lo Fevre, for the North Yarra Province; and Mr. But tors, for tile North-Eastern Province. In reply to Colonel Sargood. Mr. Cnthbert stated that the reports of their honors the law in regard to conmmitments for con tempt of court, the hearing of cases in canmera, and the infliction of floggings were recomnmended, had been under thle consideration of the Attorney-General and hlimlself for some time, and that they would be brought before the Cabinet at an early date. The consideration in com mittee of the Public Service Act Amend ment kIill was resIumed, clause 24 being reached. I)uring the whole of the sitting of the ILegislative Assembly the tariff proposals of the Government ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 6 September 1889
HIotLLoAY's PrILL..-Important for the delicirtc.-lt is diflicult to determine whichi is the nore trying to the htulltan constitu ion, the dnamp. col idays of autLiU lla lld spring. Thtroughoutt the scasnis gocod health mar lte netaitta.ined by occasionat.l doses of tHilloway's Pills, which jurify the bhltol aml n:ct as wholesome stimulants to the shkin, stomach. liver, bowels aln kidneys. This celcbrated medicine needs butt fair trial to co?fninmce the ailing and despndmling that it will restore and cheer them without tan ger, pain or inconvenience. No family should bie withoutit a supply tof olltowawy's Pills andt Ointment, as by a iimely recmurse to them the lint erring functiotn may ie re claimed, sulfering ft may e spared, antd life savetl. Wanted. T?ANTEI). Twenty (20) yoong turkeys Send particulars andl price, Ttaios' Ollicc. 9102 IIE-APPEAr ANCE KlRANG CROWVS IllDAY, 1l3th SE IPTEM IEII. Notices. KEIIANG AGRICULTURALT SIIO\W. NOTICE TO EXIIBITORS. E XIII ITS in Classes A, TI ...
MEETING AT KERANG. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 6 September 1889
MIEEITINCG AT KERANG. A meeting of ratepayrrs, convened by ad vertisement, was :lcil -on Tuesday ovening, in the echaniecs' Institute; for the purposa: of forming a committee to furtther the return of Mr. J. AI. 'ratt for the additional seat in the Legislative Council for the Torth-Wesr torn Province. There was . very fair.at tendance. .r. .1. Cullen, Jr., was voted to the chair, Mir.:iG. Adams being 'appointed secretary. - The chairman, ii explaiining the objecl.'of the meeting, said. that he had seen a femor Mr. Pratt's friends, who considered it wonld he advisable to form a conmmittee. as it was ahnost inpossible, the district being so large. for the eandidate to visit every town before the day of election. Mr. Pratt was, perhalis, not known to all of them. but he (the speaker) felt sure they could not have a better man to represent the district. Some peoplelhnl said that Mr. Pratt was a Melbourne iman, and they wosld rather halve a local represents. tire, but whoi of the fatur n...
NORTH-WESTERN PROVINCE ELECTION. MR. J. M. PRATT AT ST. ARNAUD. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 6 September 1889
NORTH-WESTERN FROVINCE ELECTION. MIl. J. MI. PRATT AT ST. ARNAUD. [l-tOx TIIE ST. AuxN.\L t TI:ES.] On the evening of the 27th tilt., Mr. J. IM.- Pratt, one of the candidates for the now. seat recently created in the repre sentation of the North-western Province. in the Legislative Council, met the dee. tors of the St. Arnaud division in the Townl all. There was a very nutmeris attlendtat.c, and the mayor of St. Arn:td (Mr. G. M3'Glashan), who occupied the chair, inl a few brief remarks introdneed the candidate to the meeting. Mr. Pratt, who was received in a very favorable manner, expressed his sense of the courlosy of the mayor in presiding upon that occasion, r.nd giving hint so impartial an t. troduction. lie appeared before them as a candidate for the new seat for the North IWestern Province, which was of so extensive all area that he felt it would be imltpo=ible for himn to go all over it in the short time between then and tile day of election. It was only at the last moment t...
Kerang Times. Published Tuesdays and Fridays. WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1889. The Coming Elections. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 6 September 1889
Published Tuesdays and Fridays. WITH W?I?I1?KL SUPPLEMENT. F'RI)DA Y, SEPITE'.I7IJEl 6, 1SSO. Ti Cmin 1 WTII the near approach i..ie=to.. of the elections comes a keuner interestin what is going to be the dlcerce of the ballot box on 'Tuesday and IIhurs day next, Few questions collime with more zest than " Who's your man ?" Not only are we on the eve of an extraordinary shire elcction -to fill the vacated seat of Mr. J. WV. 'Taverner, who has resigned to undertake the more onerous and re sponsible duties of representing the electorate of ])onald and Swan Iill in the Le;islative Assembly, an im portant event in itself-but we are also on the eve of an elcetion of a member to represent the North-Wes tern Province in the Legislative Council. With regard to the shire election there can be no two opinions, we think, but that the electors of the West Loddon Riding are to be warmly congratulated on their candidates. The plea can scarcely be raised, " No manl worth voting for." The trouble r...
THE BALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 6 September 1889
THE BA LL, which, as usual, h:aI created quite a flutter in social circles took place in the evening at the Moeehanics' Institute. For weeks past thie efforts of the modlist?s had beeln bestowed upon tile lpro.lu-tion of eautiful costtumes andt the ingenuity of the fentale mind served to heighten the effect of the dressmaker's art and secure a result brilliant and pleasing in the extreme. C unsiderahle attention had been devoted by the lbclthren, with the assist anco of their blay friends, to decorating the interior of the halil, and visitors on \Vednes!ay evening cotlhI not but join in the general adumiratiun of the bril liant scene, for the ball ro;nir proe sented a most effective alpparance. The walls were ornalntuc!tedl with elegant draperies and festoons of flower:s and evergreens, anad frolt the roof, and in various parts of thile room, were suspended a plroflsion of flags antd banners, kindly lont for the occasion by Messrs. IIenderson and Goodis son, of the Beehive Stores, S...