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IMPERIALS v. FAUGH-A-DALLAGHS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 5 July 1889

IMPERIAiLS V. F.AUIH-A-DALLAGIHS. On Saturday a match was played be tween tile Kiering Imperials and Swan fill Faugh-a-Baullighs, on the ground of the frormr, ?t?id resnuted inti. a ri~ th local team, with 1 goal 1 behind, to their opponents' 1 behind. The Pafulgh-a-.!al laghs, who had conic-fromn Swan Hill by steamer to Kioondrook. thence by the train to Keranig, arrived iabout 11 a.mn., and were met at the terminuis by the captain and several memlbers of the Imperial team. Play was started about 3 o'clock, and the ganme was watched with gre..t interest by a large number of spectators, both sides appearing to have a fair number of '"barrackers " present. although the weather was bitterly cold. The ball was kicked ofl' by the Svan Hlill skipper, but was taken by the Imups. and rnshedi into the Hillites' territory. Owing to a strong wind blowing, the ball was continually out of bounds on the east wing, despite the efforts of both teams. By a bit of good play the Imps. worked the leat...

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
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LIVE STOCK MARKET. SANDHURST, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 5 July 1889

LIVE STOCK hMARKET. SAsDhuIsIT, Thursday. Messrs. L. Macpherson, Sternberg and Co. report: -We penned 239 pigs, porkers nlld bacons selling well at an advance on late rate ; stores and slips almost unsaleable. Carcase pork to 44d per lb. Milk calves to G6 Gd. SADisnRST. Tuesday. Messrs. II. O'Neill and Co. report : Cattle.-189 fat, 3G4 stores, and 57 calves, composed this week's supply. There was an average attendance of the imle, and the supply of fats being under requirenelnts, and the quality light and medium, competition was brisk, with prices fully 15i. per head in advanee of last week's rates, best beef selling at 25s to27s Gdtl per 1001bs. We quote Bullocks. light and medium weights, £9 to £10; inferior, £3 10s to £7 10s; cows; £5 5s to £8 12s Gd ; and have sold 1316 fat nud stores for Messrs. FIenton. 'l)Donald. I'urke, Coulter. Charles, Kennedy and Maloney at £9 10s for bullocks, and £5 17s Gld for cows. Calves.--57 penned. Medium to good quality. Competition brisk. Quotati...

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[TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERANG TIMES.] [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 5 July 1889

Sir,-T-'he late flood, so disastrous to many, uad which was with great dittieulty preveon tcd from itundatittg the principal part of tihe town, isllt surely ]Lve Cnlllvilnced the most sceptical, and displcled the delusion adter which many lahlored that, owing to the cultivatiosh of the l:al 1. thercheby increas ing its absnorbent capabilities, together with the distribution of the waters by means of the irrigation channcl%, floods were things of the lpast. It is well known that what has been will more than proIbably occur agali. anld, if so, in a more aggravated form, due, in my op(linion, to the Iunlerous weirs and damis now placel in the river bed, for it must Ihe remembered that during the great ftoods of 8ISi-t7-70t no such hobtrue tios existed, with tile exception of a few lldans. wllich disappeared in a few hoIurs. l'his theory is lnpported by the fact that tihe late flood at Biridgewater was four feet, and at 'l'Tgowel twelve inches, at least, below the '70 flood level. whlle...

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Kerang Times. Published Tuesdays and Fridays. WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. FRIDAY, JULY 5, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 5 July 1889

WIT11 V\'lEKIL SUPI,,LI;:IENT. .-~---~---\-~~-r----------- i'R ID.1 Y, .JULY 5, 1S.9. S Fon: a long time past the ,E printintg trade of thsi ,,npape~,. colony has been laboring under a grievance which, having been brought under the notice of the Go vernment on several occasions, still remains ullredressed, and is assuming secious proportions. There is a postal duty on newspapers in this colony, whereas friom Noew South \Wales the: are delivered free of charge to whalt ever i~rt of the world they muy Ie desprteiled. The difference in the postal regulations of the two colonies presses very heavily on the printing iand publishing trade of Vietoria. In order to save the cost of postage, Sseveral journals which for years were issued in MeIlbourne are now produced in Sydney, and the consequaece is thlat a large number of compositors and others conneatd with journalism lind tIhemselvesunale to obtin employmient in Victoriat. 'he i ischiief is one which -if no me.n"s of checking it can be d...

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CROWDED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 5 July 1889

C:-owoeri OTr.-A ?iass of mltler. in cl:lhiing shire engineer's report, ,arieu! i:ral letter, anld report of uleeling of Swan Hill Water Trust, is unavoidably w i thh!,ld fro:o the p:resst issuc. STAr?ie o~r E fll fr unr .-T'ilno Mfurlavl at clhlcna is InoW 30fi. )in. aboveeO sulo?n level, this being the highest level yet reached since the '70 llool, and withinl ft. Sin. of the highest that year, when the liood woters gauted iv the old g:uge 34-tft. Si., or accordilg to the ne1w gauge 30ft. EVA.Na:;c srIc M?ETrsc-s.-Tliese lmeet ings ilave been coutiuned during this week in the Mlechanics' Ilstitute. The atten dance has not been wlhat muight reasonably have bean expected. There has been very little interest ianaifested, and none of the enthusiasi that, as ia rule, charac terises such eicetings. Th?le aIdresses givei by Mr. Scurr have been clear,       forceful expositions of the gospel, and good has been acounplishlied. The last meeting this we...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 9 July 1889

Tho Turf. SYSTIC P.IILK JOCKEY CLUB AND I1 OTTING ASSOCIATION. ANNUAL MEETING POSTPONED TO WEDNESDAY, JULY 17, 18890. President--R. G. Wood, Esq., Vice president-John Ctllen, I.sq., J.P. Judge --William Wood, Esq., J.P. Stewards Messrs. D. I'Intosh, Jas. Trency, A. D. Bell, John Baird, W. Doyle and Dr. Austin. Starter--1r. C. I. . Yco. Handicapper Mr. G. Vowl.s. Clerk of Scales-Mr. W. Doyle. Clerk of Course-- lr. E. Ash. MAt.ME PLsEr. of £7 10s. One mile and a quarter. Weight for age. Entrance, 7s. lid. ll+anic.?a TaoT, of 10 sovs. Three miles. Nomination, 5s.; acceptance, 5s. MYrsTc P.man II.xutc.', of 20 sors.; three soOs. out Jf tIhe stake to go to second horse. Aboot two miles. Nomination, 12s. 6d.; acceptance, 7s. lid. SEYMe.t lI.CF., of 5 sons. Winner to be sold for 20 sors. About one snile and a quarter. Weight for age. Entrance. 5s. H.InAscaP I1l-cin.E lutCE, of 15 sols. About two miles. Nomination, 10s.; acceptance, louonn Scne:r, of - sors. One mile. Post entry. Nomination...

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KERANG POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, JULY 5th. (Before Major Bartrop, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 9 July 1889

KERANG POLICE .COURT. ~-+------ 1' ittn.iY, JULs 5th. (Before Major Bartrop, P.M.) Thos; Sloin v. Jun. .B1olandd work" and labor done, £. Suunmorns not :-served. lxternded to 2nd Angust. enlness aid :Dsdllw. vl: I M. Brennan, work and labor done and materials sup plied; £31 5-..7d. A set-off amounting to £11 13s. 7d. was put in, and the sum of d£8 9s. 7d. which defendant admitted owing,'. wss-halso paid into court. Rie ferred, by consent, to Mr. Stranger to check accountts, and case :osttont,. to 10th inst. " Marthia Gregory v. Thos. Hlarrison, dis honorol I romissory note, 23J. Order for anmount, l and £2 7s. costs., in default to be levied by'distress. SPeter Hosking (rabhbit inspector) v. Michael Kelly,.Sonr., neglecting to:lestroy rabbits. 'FinIl:.t3, im,l costs, £-Os, iu default 7 days' imnprisonment.

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THE DRAMATIC CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 9 July 1889

Tin DIRAM.ATIb C CLUB.--At a meceting of the commuittee of thie Kerang Amateur Dramatic Club, held on Saturday evening last, the president, 'Mr. G. Rlutherford, occupying the chair, accounts in connec tion with the -recent performance were submitted and passed for payment. It was found thalt a substantial b::lnce (110) remained, and a cheque for the amount was ordered to be paid to the commnitteeo of,the. Mechanics' Institute. The com littee resolved to place new piceos in active rehearsal at once. VWAR ScAnE.-On Friday last it telegram was received by Lieutenant Shelley, who is in charge of the Korang detaclunent of JMounted Rifles,' instructing him to call his min out foi active service. Word was passed round, and ullessengers wore despatched to inform those living out of the town. The whole troop turned out with the exception of two who were con fined to their beds, two ulho could not be notified on account of the flood waters, and one who declined to attend. Most of the men resp...

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THE RECENT FLOODS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 9 July 1889

THE RECENT FLOODS. A public meeting, called by advertise ment, w;as held at the Mechanics' Institute on Saturday last for the purpose of dis cussing the best means of preventing a recurrence of the recent disastrous floods, and'consoquent inconvenillence and loss to landholders and others by diverting the surplus waters. About 20 ratepayers were present. The president of the shire (M.r. Jno. Cullen, Jour.,) who occupied the chair, said the meeting had been called at the request of property holders in the tonu and fnrmers in the district whose land had been inundated this year to their serious loss and inconvenience. The cause of all this trouble, it was considered, was the want of sutlicient waterway in the Kerang and Fcellowes' weirs. In March last the Swan Hill Trust proposed to take such action as would reduce the area of lald submerged by the back waters in flood time. This proposed action would not affect the supplycto the lakes district. The latter had proved on. tirely succes...

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LATEST CABLEGRAMS. GOVERNMENT OF WESTERN AUSTRALIA. THE SCULLING CHAMPIONSHIP. CYCLONE IN TEXAS. THE FRENCH COLLIERY DISASTER. LONDON, JULY 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 9 July 1889

LATEST CABLEGRAMS.. (FROM ARGUS ANUD AGE CORRESPONDENTS.) GOVERN.M1ENT OF W'ESTERN AUS. TRA \IA. THE SCULLING CIAM31PIONSIIP. CYCLONE IN TEXAS. TIIE FtItENCt COLLIE lY I)ISASTER. Losnox, JULY 6. The bill which has been introduced in the House of Cllunnons by Lord Knuts ford, Secretary of State for the Coloniest to ci'nfer constituttional Governomient oi the colony of Western Australia, embodies the p!ropolsal that in tie event of this privilege bcing; conferrced, the territorial limits of the coony sit ill be contracts I. The leiastro provides that the northern mboundary of the colony shall be the 2Tlth paralll of latitude, andl that all north of thit limit salll be reserrved within the control of the Imnpetial authorities. It is firther specially provided that ulltier the no?w consttltion the G.Oern inent of West Australia shall not take steps to iprohibit the alhnission of clti grants into the colony, unless with the assent of the Imperial Government. .Searle. the New Soutlh.-ales...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 9 July 1889

CORRESPONDENCE. [t: UIUIIC.LtIOUC iite tiuded for ineertion in thid column ihlelw be nidrewoet to the Lditor. The nane newl sddrae ud tihe riter ee-t bhe 0140.. neet c dforil e f hr enblicthtiee but os a oemr.troae ef geotIutie 'e. thile we arueit all timoce gii te re ccira eoeugh leuh;eih eeurreeee leIcoe. a!lnoh deco a ecuiuuet 'of Iciltodci uC·i.:t ithttihel uC Tcolee c jauraEelhsenc I, w uc, h .e. ih rru chcece ihehpoulible for ceey oepiuiouc oxpresecd.]

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. DAIRY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 9 July 1889

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. DAIRIY PRIIODUCE. The butter and egg market is fairly sup plied. Prices for the fornmer are now quoted at 10d per lb for good quality, and for the latter at Is ld per dozen.

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STATE OF THE RIVERS. HEIGHT ABOVE SUMMER LEVEL. [BY TELEGRAPH.] [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 9 July 1889

STATE OF THE fRIVES. 1hEIGHT AbOVJa SUMMER LEYEL. [nY TELEGOAPII.) Monday. Muann.Y. ft. in. Albury .. .. .. 11 0 Echuca .. .. .. -0 8 Swan Bill .. .. .. 13 4 GouLnunx. Seymour .. .. .... 13 0 .11UIRU311IDGEE. Wagga .. .. .. 13 0 Tlay .. .. . 3flranald . .. .. t D .IILING. • Menindie .. .. .. Wentworth .. . .. Wilcannia .. . t t No lReports.

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WOOL, HIDE AND GRAIN REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 9 July 1889

WOOL, IIll)E AND GRAIN RIl'OItT. Messrs. I)algety and: Company, LiTmitil, report under d:ate :In July :-Wool.-There is no fresh feature of interest in the local market, but sales are being held to-day with every prospect of satisfactory results. Front London our telegrams continuc to be mlost encouragiug, the sales there progressing with great spirit. Brisk competition continues from all quarters and prices are strongly maintainled, with a tendency to advance. Sheepskins.--Butchers' green skinsand pelts, 3s Gd to 5s; extra to 5s (d ; do lambskins, 2s Gd to 3 !hi1 ; do lamb pelts, Is to Is lid each; dry skinls, 4s lid to 5s Gd each ; do, il bales anll bundles, merino, 5d to Gid ; do. cross breds,. lid to 5?Od; dry pelts. Is Pd to is each, and from 2d to -it per lb. Ilides.-llutchlers green ox, of prime quality and weight, up to 40s; medium, 1s to 2:3s; lightt, 10s to 13s eacht; cow hide:, 2d; kip, 2ad to :ld per lb; talfskins (Victorian), 5d ; do. New Zealaud, to 5id per I ; ordinary...

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COHUNA IRRIGATION & WATER SUPPLY TRUST. GANNAWARRA, JULY 6th, 1889. Present—Curs. Strachan, Harrison, F. Westblade, Safe, Kirwan, Gibbins, L. F. Westblade, Paterson and Lennon. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 9 July 1889

C)HUNA IRR!GATION & WATER SUPPLY TRUST. rnY OUlt OWS nEP'OIr:TER.I G'A-N•..t~IIAt, Jul.Y Oth, 1880. Present-CI mrs. Strachan, -Harrison, F. Westluade, Safe, Kirwan, Gibbins, I. F. Westblale, Paterson and Lennon. 'Mr. Strachan, the newly-elected cotn missioner, was introduced and temporari'y voted to the chair pending the election of chairman. I'.ECI'ON OF CII.,III.\. Ctnr. Gibbitts move:l that Cmr. Kirwan he elected cIhairmian for the. ensuing twelve months Seconded by Cllr. Safe. ulnr. Paterson moved that Cl;r. F. Wýstbl:",lo be elected to the position, hit Cmlr. VWestlarle asked to be allowed to withdraw before the nomination was seconded, in favor of Ctnmr. Kirwan. Cmur. Kirwan was then declared unani mnonsly elected and conduectel to the chair by Cmur. Strachan. The chairman, in returning thanks, said he felt proud thatt his colleagnes had seen fit to return him unopposed for the position. lie wonhl try to do his work ftirly and impartially, sad he trusted that at the en...

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TRAGOWEL PLAINS IRRIGATION AND WATER SUPPLY TRUST. MINCHA, JULY 5th. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 9 July 1889

TRA; OWEi 'PLAINS IRRIGA TION AND WATER SUPPLY TRUST. (nIY OUR OWN RErORTER.) MrIxcnA, JULY 5th. Present-Cmrs. E. C. Do Garis (chair. man), Douglas, Crawford, Long, Mar. fleet, Burrows, Saville, Angus, Twigg, iEslcr, Bear and Moylan. TIe minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. coltIESPONDEINCE. From Water Supply Department, ask ing for statement showing actual balance to the credit of the trust on the 7th June. Received. From same, relative to extent of assist ance required in connection with propara tion of plan of the trust area. Left in hands of cllairman. From same, in reference to application of East Loddon Shire Council to hlave road south of allot. 56B2, Janiember East, closed and a new one-chaiin road pro claimed north of said allotment, as shown on tracing forwarded, and asking if the trust had any objection to saume. No objection. Frolu same, re control of Bridgewater weir, and stating that it was proposed to take it over as a national work. Received; appl...

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Kerang Times. Published Tuesdays and Fridays. WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. TUESDAY, JULY 9, 1889. The Embargo on Shire Subsidies. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 9 July 1889

15 1'at . T. *.?D . Published Tuesdays and Fridays. WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMIENT. TUELdDA .i1IULY 0, ISSO. e Eabargo 'AniM. DEATIN is admhiis tering the ahfairs of the Shui: sins'nues. Water Supply Depart ment in a high-handed manner, which, if persisted in, will soon make wreck of his popularity. Heo has placed the Swan Hill Shire Council in a most' embarrassing dilemma by resolving to devote the subsidy which Parliament has appropriated to that body; out of tie consolidated revenue, towards pay ment of interest due to the Govern ment by the:Swan Hill Shire Water works Trust. A moino, unwarrantibli acuon' tile part of . -Minister of the Crown, who is a:lawyer, and claims to be a statesman, can scarcely be con ceived, and it would. be exceedingly interesting to learn upon-what grounds Mr. Deakin justifies his conduct in connection with this matter. The Council and the Water Trust are two distinct corporate bodies, each having independent duties to perform, and obligations to discharge, w...

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SWAN HILL SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 9 July 1889

SWAN HILL SHIRE COUNCIL. The following is a copy of the .report of the shire engineer (Mr. Albrecht) as read and adopted at the last Mlieeting of the above council : 1. I regret that through. ill-health I was confined to the liouse for a-nmointh fromn' your May meeting, and by leave of the president I went to town for a fort night. My nissistalit (Mlr . '-rPatchell), with the kind aid and advice of yourselves, has attended to tlihe shire business as well as the state of the weather would permit. I have much improved,but an hardly strong enough to get about as.,nmuch as I would wish.-Approved. 2. The extraordinary floods that have occurred, higher than any since 1870, have naturally chused some damage to works and considerable iuter raptioli to traflic, and call for your serious consideration. The greatest flood level at Echuca in 1870, accordiug to the present gauge, was 30ft. 5in., whilst that of Saturday last was 30ft. in. By exauilna tion on the township of Kerang the flood at th...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 9 July 1889

Trado Addreaso3. THE WHOLESALE CLOTHING CO. S ý. L ,od;.lh.t.o - " "TWEEDS ,COATINGS BLUE and FANCY SERGeS. TWENORMOUS STINGSK. TWEEDSOUR OWN IMPORTNGS BLSUMMER GOODS is beyond doubtRGES. the best ever seen in the colonias. As usual we have a large staff of the ? st Cutters & Workmen IN VICTORIA. ALL .WOOL TWEED TROUSERS S (:o order), 12s Gd. ALL WOOL TWEED SUITS (to order), 46 c. WRITE FOR SAMPLES, Our Traveller Visits the District every Two Months. J. T. MIDDLETON, General Man ger. iR,, M CO.K. OOLON[AL WINE SHA;:DEE If you wanl a cool drink come to The Shades. 11 M. Cok.s havig recently visited he d.? vineyards at Saadha,st, Ys nloit and Albury, solonted a largo stock of FIRST-CLASS COLONIAL WINES, and it offering them at PICES -wICH DEFvc O)~METITION. COOL SUMMER DRINKS ALWAYS KEPT. FIRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATION. : GOOD STABLING. Agent for HEPBURN HM ICERAL WATRRS, the great remrdy for the LavER A5D Si* ; Birn. Labor Oflee.for Males a?.d vFemales. Agent for the Sh.earors' Un...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 9 July 1889

Auction Notices. MONDAY, JULY 15th, 1880, SPECIAL NOTICE. EXTENSIVE LAND SALE AT SWAN HILL, as above, being the date fixed for the opening of the New Hospital. YEO, TAVERNER & CO., (LIMITED) H AVE been favored with instructions from the owner to Sell by Public Auction, at Scott's Hotel, Swan Hill, with out reserve, on the above date 11 valuable and most centrally sit?ated township allotments. 300 acres leasehold land, situated within the Swan Hill Irrigation Trust area. 74 acres of magnificent land on the. Murray River, about 70 miles below Swan Hill, on which is erected .a . reven-roo ed house and othleevalu " able imprn'ements. - N.lB.-The auctioneers beg to draw - the special attention of the public to this ismpor tant sale. The township blocks are most cmn trally, situated, both as business and resi deuce sites.: - The selection of 300 acres is close to the township, and is the best in the district. Every acre can be irrigated from the Trust's channels by gravitation. Th...

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