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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 17 September 1889

GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. The following notices appeared in last week's Gzetlle : Application for License Approved. Donald AM'Lean, 22 acres. Murrabit West. License Declared Void.-Jaoe Gadsdeno Oa 3r 26p, Kerang. App!ication .for Leases. Approved.- Lawrence crenoy,173a lr.83p, Tittyhong; Jno. Williams, Jr., ;"iOa1.lr. 24p, M?iur-' rabit ; llobt. Emblenini, 123i iiOr. 21p, Dartagook ; .Jno. Cottrell, 303a 1r 13p, Quainbatook; Jas. Templeton, 310a 3r 34p, ulndgiemun West; Jas. Connelly, "320a, Meering; Geo. Cottrell, 318a 2r 15a, Qnainbatook. Transfers Registerie at the Titles Oflide' -D. AM'Ivor, 540 acres,; Tragoiel, , tb. Irrigable Estates Co. ; A. Willis and ,. Ellison, 320 acres, Korrak Korrak, to C. H. Yeo, Kerang ; Irrigable Estates Co., 01la 3r Op,; Trgowel; to',4Thos.: Cnrlett!; 1). ' A. Guinby, 5632 a..cres, Bindgernrn West, to Margaret .-Newman ; Robt. Frasdr, 320 nacres; L'ddon, I to , min:, Castles; Clara J Vains, 299a .3r 15p, Benjeroop, to Irri;able Estates' Co.' Iwy! Kentish...

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
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THE LABOR TROUBLES IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 17 September 1889

THE LABOR TROUBLES IN ENGLAND. On Thursday evening last a public meeting was held in the Mechanics' In-. stitute in connection with the dock laborers' strike in London. In the ab sence of Mr. .T. W. Taverner, M.L.A. Mr. D. Hawthorne, who was asked to take the chair, expressed sympathy with the families of the laborers in their dis tress. LHe congratulated the colony oui its munificent generosity, and said lie hoped that Kerang would show itself in harmony with the rest of the colony by doing the samne. Ie then called on the Rev. E. II. Scott, who expressed regret and surprise that a wannrmer feling of sympathy had not been expressed with a movement that had stirred the sylnpathie of the civilized world. lIe thought at least the roolt where they were met would have been crowded. After apologising for the absence of the Rec-. E. J. Madden, whose sympathies, he had been asked to state, were with the sorrowing poor, Mr. Scott moved tile following resolution : "That this meetingi view wi...

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CRICKET. THE ANDREWS TROPHY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 17 September 1889

CRICKET. (FRnoM A CORI:ISPONDI Tr.) THE ANDREWS TROPHY. The Gordon and Catumnal cricket clubs played their first match in connection with the above trophy on Saturiay'last,; at Bioort; resulting in a win for Gordon. Appended are the respcctive scores : .AT unAs,, Ist innings. J. Everall, b C. Valiance .. .. .. 0 E. Malone, b It. Dunstan . ...... 0 II. Cameron, a G. Jobling;, b C. Vallance .0 E. Mole, c J. Herdmrti, is M. Valance '.' ii T. O'Donnell, Ib It. Dunstan .. .. 0 IL. Mole, c M. Vallance, b It. Dunstan .. II. Williamson, b C. Vallance .... 0 C. Mole, l.b.w., b C. Vallance . F. Malone, run out.. . .. . 0 T. Kyne, not out .. .. 0 J. Davis, c T. Wood, b M. Vallance .. 1 Bye .. .. .. .. .. 1 Total- .. .. .. 18 Gonnox, 1st innings. I. Dunstan, c C. Mole, b II. Mole .. 12 HI. Wood, run out .. .. .. 0 WV. Crane, c E. Malone, b Everall C. Vallance, h Everall ... .. .. 0 W. Walker, c O'Donnell, b Everall .. 0 AI. Valiance, runl out .. . .4 iI. 3arlleet, Is C. Mole .. .. 1 .. Ilerdman...

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RABBIT PROOF WIRE NETTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 17 September 1889

RABBIT PROOF WIRE NETTING. On Wednesday last in the Legislative Assembly Mr. M'Coll asked the Minister of Lands if lh would allow persons who desire to protect this season's crop by erecting rabbit-proof wire netting fencing previous to the passing of the Rabbits Destruction Bill to participate in the benefits proposed in that measure should it become law. There were a number of persons anxious to go on with operations for the extermination of the rabbits, buit they would like to know exactly what their position would be in reference to the measure which was now under con sideration. If the Minister would give the assurance that was desired, a number of people would at once conunence operations, and so a large quantity of crop might be saved. DMr. Dow said, that the Government was anxious to do everything to encour ago the extermination of the rabbits, but inasmuch as the Rlabbits Destruction Bill had not yet been passed, he did not see how he could make any specific promise. Up: to...

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SEPTEMBER COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 17 September 1889

SEPTEMBER COURTS. The following are the appointments for Major Iiartnmp, P.I., for the month of Sep temberC : Thurw?.yv, 12th, ]]oort. Friday, 13th, Inglewood. Monday, I6th, RIaywoold. Tnetlay, 17th. Echuca (Licensing). Vecdnelsay, 1Sth, Kerang. Thiur.lay, 19th. Pyramid. Friday, 20th. Kerang. Toueday, 21th, Tarnagulla. \Wtmednesday, 112th, Wycheproof. Thumrsday, 26th. Charlton. Friday. 27th, Inglewood. "Monday, "0th, llaywood. These dates are subject to alteration to at. tend Licensing Courts at Elmore or Ito chester.

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 17 September 1889

CORRESPONDENCE. ICetlmmlmietholi ittetell. for iltertHll In thli colnmn ei nlll r? ldience te tthe Editor. Tihe llIt cI, m n ,ludrea, of tile w'riter ellt In ailel, ntllo l?neweatrly o r ulllliatit , ll llt ns a g?lnlltio tI godt ftltll. While we lire: It ll tinmee glal te re. eiive nell pnblieh ?om nee), lI,|uI?. allilhi l nl enllo.t (f lhltitltle eli?ell? i irtll lltho rllie ol Jllrllki. wle not hiIlt orIeles replllon?ile for any pininin oepreseenl.]

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DISASTROUS FIRE IN MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 17 September 1889

DISASTROUS FI-RE IN MEL BOURNE. As stated in the KEi.tnlc T'MES extra ordinary issued on Saturday morning, one of the mnost disastrous fires that has occurred in Melbourne for a long time past broke out in Collins-street, between Swanston and Elizabeth streets, on Friday evening. It appears that about half past six o'clock, a lamplighter pass ing in the, rear of George and George's Federal Emporium discovered the build dings to be on fire. The flames spreading rapidly, the whole of the building was completely destroyed. and the adjoining premises, Messrs. Allen and Co's and 1Messrs. Glen and Co's mnusic warehouses, shared to a large extent in the destruction. In buildings and stock it is considered that property to the extent of nearly U.200,000 has been destroyed. George and George, Limited, estimate their loss in stock at between £40,000 and £45,000 and their insurance is £28,000. Through joint destruction by fire and water, Allen anld Co. have sustained a loss roughly estimated a...

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RIFLE MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 17 September 1889

RIFLE MATCH. The first stage of the match for a trophy, presented, hy the. captain of bhey kcrang Rifle "Clb :(Mr.J. G. Rininde.). fort competition armongst the mriiihers, was fired on Saturday last. Tlheshooting, on the whole, was not up to the average, this, no doubt, being attributable toj 'vsaif .nfjpractice: ;Only, five members sucdoeeodl in sdcrini? above 70, tlie'eipltain beingfirst off the rifle with an excellent total of 87. Thoe figiures'appended include the handicaps for the twvo stages. The boidchiidigfi stago will be deciled as sdoon as' the condition of .the ranges renders it practicable. At +present the firing points-500, 000 and 700 yards-are under water. Competitors' Namese. a - eisa-v 0 0 G. flawthorne ....22 25 26 73 30 10 .T. G. Rundle .. .. 26 23 3 82 s8 a J. Maxwell " .. 17 15 19 51 30 81 ol G. llattry t'. , .. 26 22 27 75 i 80i J: Coleman .. .. 17 14 2 63 15 78 C.Kempson .. ..281251 ' 0 i,7 R. Crawford .. 24 28 75 se 7 J. A. MacKeddie .. i 29 25 70 se 70 fW.J;...

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[TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERANG TIMES.] [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 17 September 1889

[To Trune Enrron or rue KeaRsa TIEuS.] Sir,--According to the latest. cable grams the London dock laborers' strike has been amicably settled, the dock owners having conceded the increased remnneration demanded by the strikers. The noble manner in which the Australian, especially the Victorian, public showed their practical sympaithy with the nunfortunate' men and their' famnilies cannot be too highly commended, and I trust the appeal which I am about to make on bchal fof the distressing cases of hardship and snulering which have been occasioned in and around Echuca by the recent floods will, comparatively, meet with the same generous feelings of sympathy as were evinced on behalf of the London dock laborers. Several gentlemen of Kerang have during the past week been appealing, with consider able success, to local residents on behalf of the London dock laborers, and what I would suggest, now that the privations for which the money was so nobly sub scribed have practically terminated,...

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TEA MEETING AT MURRABIT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 17 September 1889

TEA MEETING AT MURRABIT. [FROM A COuRREsPO.?DSNT.i On Friday, 6th inst., the anniversary tea meeting in connection with the Church of England at lMurrabit took place. This was the third anniversary, and passed off -ery successfully, notwithstanding the state of the roads and universal floods. The schoolromn was prettily decorated, and-great credit is duen to Miss levers and Miss A. Knight for the taste displayed. The tea was provided by means of con tributions collected by Mrs. Leathart and Mrs. J. Lake. The bachelors' table was a feature, and thereat was a very merry party. The catering was entrusted to Mr. It. Crawford, and, as usual, gave im mense satisfaction. After tea the Rev. E. II. Scott, who had to extemporise a plat foilm out of a stool, addressed the meet ing. He praised the devotedness of those churchwomen,. especially Mrs. Loathart anid Mrs. John Lake, who year after year had made theiMurrabit tea meeting such a success. Iie regretted the flooded state of the roads, whi...

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THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 17 September 1889

-TH'EatEGISLATIVE COUNCIL ELECTIONS. SThor inaiing retirns' for' the North-: Western Province, which had not come. to' hand when we went to press on Friday morning, are given herewith. The totals are--.3r. .J. 3. Pratt, 1582 ?c?. T. Coniri;, 1522; Mr. R. Clark, 915u; Mr. J. Thomson, 320. Mr. Pratt has thus been returned, defeating MAr. Comrie by 60 votes: Polling Places. Kierang ... .. 7 132: Pyramid .. .. 7 14 2 Charlton,~ ... 1 7 308 1 1Wedderbrn 0 . 8 40 1 Donald .. .. 7 9 1 Tragowel 2.. . 0 Inglewood . 37 129 4 Bridlgewater .. 4 231 0 lKoondrook .0 14 I9 0 Macorna 2 17 0 naniva.: .. .. 7 Swan Hill .. .. 4 3 0 'Take Chlirm '.. .. 1 5 0 Nhill .. .. 1 181 55 10 Warracknabeal 7 8 3I 7 Wyclieproof . 7. 6 3 St. Arnaudl ': 1 63 52 St.Arnaud North 7 59 23 Carrapooo :. 4 0 5 Iceasley's lridge . 3 4 7 Coorio ' ' 4 9 1 Noradjuha 29 128 0 0 Natifiik 52 2: 4 2 HIorsham .. .. 178 1 19 24 Dimboola .. 10 3 17 35 Burnt Creek .. . 12 0 0 1 Wonwonlah .. . 12 0 5 0 P'impineo .. 0 1 2 Nurrabieh .. 2...

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ENTERTAINMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 17 September 1889

ENTERTAINMENT. On Fridday evening last the local min strel club, tile Kerang Crows, appeared in public for the second time, before a nuncrols and appreciative audience, ins a successful entertainment, arranged in aid of the fiunds of the Mcechanics' Institute. The programme, which was an entire change from that previously given, com prised a pleasing variety of items, rendered in a manner that elicited frequent expres sions of approval. In the opening circle the end men were doubled, they being Messrs. P. Arnoldt, D. Morrison (bones), C. Dnwling and A. Swanwick (tambos). Mr. A. Lord, as on the occasion of the clu's Liral apparmnce. made ando excellent interlocutor. The vocal numbers were frequently encored, while the jokes and conundruns introduced caused consider able menrriment. Mr. D. Morrison ap peared in black for the first time before a Kerang audience, and his efforts through out were munch appreciated. Messrs. Arnoldt and Dowling were also very amusing in their respective ca...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. DAIRY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 17 September 1889

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. DAIRY\ PRODUCE. The butter and egg market is fairly sup. plied. Prices for the former are now quoted at Gd per lb for good quality, and for the latter at ld per dozen.

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STATE OF THE RIVERS. HEIGHT ABOVE SUMMER LEVEL. [BY TELEGRAPH.] Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 17 September 1889

STATE OF THE RIVERS. HEIGHT ABOVE SUmMER LEVEL. L15Y TELEFGRAPHII. Monday. M~umuY. ; t. in.. Albury .. 14 6 Echuea ... ... .. "31 I11 Swan Hill .. 13 3 Euston .... 21 3 Gour.TnUN. Seymour .. .. .. 12 I .\fonaiusturcolus. Wagga .. 25 6 slay 13 2 Ilalranald .. ... . 1.1 7 S DARLwnO. lMenindie . . No report. Wentworth .. .. ' 20 0 Wilcannia . .. .. 30 0 NEW BSINESS.--~Mr.I.,n Buca InoItncesB that'he has commenced business as a ivWatelnmakler and jewellor at Fitzroy-slreet, Kerang, and hopes to share a portion of the public patronage.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 17 September 1889

HOLLOWAY'S PILLs.--Important for the delicate.- ltis difficult to, determine. hich, istle mie re fictuyiis"too th umliani ostitiif' tion, the damp, cold days of autumn and winter; or the keeni dry; e?nterly iwindsdof spring. Throughout the seasons good health may be maintained by occasional doses of lulloways rPills, wshich purify the blood and act as wholesome stiniulailts thrtlti iskin, stomach, liver. bowels and kidneys. This celebratme medicine needs but a fair trial to convince the ailing and dmpuoiidii`g that: it will restore and cheer them without dan er, pain' or ineonvcnince. i Noj 'fanily', should be without a Suliply of ?lloloway'" Pills and Ointment, as by a timely recourse to'them the firrt erring function may.be re claimed, suffering nmay, be..sSiiredtl, ind life. saved. I Wanted. iTTANTED, two Pilo.drivers. must be 1 web-footled, witlh constitutions like alligators, up. in Sprecht Mln Duetch. Apply HERRI VON SMIDT, Lnddon lRailway Blridge. , 9401 WT NTED- Agood Laundr...

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LATEST CABLEGRAMS. MR. H. M. STANLEY'S MOVEMENTS. AFFAIRS IN FRANCE. SETTLEMENT OF THE DOCK LABOURER'S DISPUTE. ROWING IN ENGLAND. HORSE RACING IN ENGLAND. THE FRENCH ELECTIONS. THE DONCASTER STATES. COST OF THE LONDON STRIKE. MONSTER DEMONSTRATION. LONDON, Sept. 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 17 September 1889

SLATEST CABLEGRAMS. 11R. I1. 31. STANLEY'S M3OVEMENTS. AFFAIRS IN FRANCE. SETTLEMENT OF THE DOCK LABOURER'S I)ISPUTE. IO\WING IN ENGLAND. HIORSE RACING IN ENGLAND. THE FRENCH ELECTIONS: THE DONCASTER STAKES. COST OF THE LONDON STRIKE. MONSTER DEMONSTRATION. (FROM ARGUS AND AGE CORRESPONDENTS.) Loxnox, Sept. 11. Later intelligence has been received respecting the movements of Mr. H. AT. St;nley, the African explorer, who is in commandl of the expedition which went to relieve Etmin Pasha. Mr. Stanley is now marching from the lake district to Maom bans, the port of the British Imperial East African Company. lie has subjugated the tribes inhabiting Unyoro, the country lying to the east of the Albert Nyanza, and Uganda, to the north-west of the Victoria Nyanza, the kingdom of the barbarian chief, M'Wanga, who some time ago murdered Bishop Bannington and a nhumber of native, missionaries. From the accounts which have beeoon. received it i doilthtil whether Emin Pasha is eccom. panying Mr....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 17 September 1889

Medical. ALL DISEAIISES OF LONG STANDING C03O 'LETELY CUORED BY IIERBAL MAGNETIC TREATMENT. Chronie Sufferers Should not Fail to Consult MR H. E. KUGELM ANN Ceasalti ll[erlbalict anl Eclectic Or172I ad 171 WILLIAM STREET, MELBOURNE. VISITS NERANG EVERY MONTII trend advertisec meat for Dates.) I R. KUGELMANN'S treatment differs entirely from all others known, anl lie has cured more Cases of Chronic Disease I thla any ten medical men in Australia. Tlhousands of sworn declarations of cases cured can be seen. Send for pamphlet on Medical Despotisms or Liberty which ? 56 pages ; post free. This book exposes completely the old style of Mineral Drugging, and explains the methods of Mr. Kugel mann's Natural Treatment. Read the fol- I lowing Testimonial, a specimen of thousands Stockyard Hill (near Beaufort) Victoria. 1 12 J '88. Mn. IL E. K EarMANss, Consulting Herbalist, Melbourne. Dear Sir,-As you are publishing sonim sworn declarations of cases cured, I wish to send you a statement of my...

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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 17 September 1889

FOOTBALL. The fifth match for the Leopold trophy betweeri the Kerang Imperials and the Kerang Rovers took place on Saturday and resulted in an easy victory for the latter. The ground, was very slippery and the Rovers, who were the heavier team, had it all their own way throughout the game. During the first quarter Serjeant, from a mark, by a good kick secured a goal, which was followed shortly afterwards by Houston scoring another out of a scrimmage. Before time was called the Rovers had secured two behinds, making the score-Rovers, 2 goals 2 behinds; Imperials. il. In the second quarter the Rovers added another behind to their score. During the Ihird quarter the Imps', who rallied a bit, managed to obtain a behind, which was their first and only score during the game. VWhen the fourth quarter started the Rovers again went to the fore and had the pune pretty well their own way. Edmondson secured a m rk, and. by a good kick s8ored another goal for the red and black. The Imperials mad...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 17 September 1889

Tr'ado ..ddressos. TO FARMERS. ADAMS AND CO ".TOTIFY that on account of the valuable Saudimnortantimprovrmtists made in WOODS' iEAI?ERS AND BINDERS A large demand is anticipated. Orders must be given early to the above to ensure a supply of Woods' Howard's and Hornsby's machines STRIPPERS, WINNOWERS and REAPING MACHINES Supplied at lowest rates and terms from A Nicholson, Munro, T. Robinson and Co., autchinenr. and Walker, Lennon, Buncle and other well known Implement makers. Harvest Tools, and parts of Machinery, Oils, Luhricating GrŽsecs,etc.,constantly on hand. Large Supplies of Wire. Timlber, Iron, Doors, Windows, Broad . Palinag, Gelong Lime, etc., Ironmongery; Dry Colori, Paints; Varmehes, Brushes, and large aisortment of:new Paper hangings, cheaper than ever. SINGER'S and \VERTHEIM'S celebra ted SE WING MACHINES supplied All duplicates, Needles, Oils, etc., in stock Agents for the National Fire Insurance Uo. of New Zealand. j[ C LKE P.: 0N C'E·. CIVIL ENIGNEER, ARCHITECTI AND...

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Kerang Times. Published Tuesdays and Fridays. WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 17 September 1889

Published Tuesdays and Fridays. WITH WEVEKLY SUPPLE.MIENT. TI'UESDA 1, SEPTEMiBER 17, Iss9. WALLACE V. THE TIAGOWEL TRUSTr -This case, which was a claim for £50 damages, alleged to have been caused by flooding from the trust A.,hanol--i-.7nnuary.and. on11 a.sabse quent occasion, wluich wais commenced at Pyramid Hill, was argued before Major Bartrop, P.M., at the Warden's Court, Sandhurst, on Saturday by Mr. Hobday, who appeared for the claimant, and Mr. Connelly, who ap peared for the defendant trust. We learn from the "Bendigo Independent" that after lengthy arguments Major Bartrop decided as follows :--That the claimants are not barred by Macllroy's claim, as they took no? interest and a new property. The works were constructed under proper statutory authority, and the small quantity of water which the land (7 acres) would catch of itself would not have flooded the house; that the trust are not bound to provide for carrying off the water which the Railway Department subsequently b...

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