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

Trado AddessToH THE WHOLESALE CLOTHING CO. ." ý," C/ 0 1 cLrrtt ... "tr ct TWEEDS COATINGS TWEEDS COATINGS TWEEDS . COATINGS .?TWEEDS COATINGS. BLUE and FANCY SERGES. BLUE and FANCY SERGES. BLUE aaid .FANCY SERGES. Blue and Fancy Serges A : ND ENORMOUS ..STOCK: OUR OWN IMPORTING., 1 IHE' Assortment of SPRINI- adn 1 SUMMER GOODS is beyond doubt the best: ever seeon in the colonies. As usual we have a large staff of the Best Cutters Workmen . IN 'VICTORtIA. ALL. WOOL '.TWEED TROUSERS (to aoder), 12s Gd., ALL WOOL" TWEED SUITS (to order), 46s. WRITE FOR. SAMMLES: Onr Traveller .Visits tihe District every Two Months. :: ? MIDDLETON: General Ilan ger. N E W FRUIT and 'CONFECTIONERY I STOP.-ltetreshmennts, Tea, Coffee, Etc., at all hours. .Dairy. Produce purchased. Note address-Near old. Lands Office, Wel lington strect, Korang. ' TAILORING. P.: DOYLE, TAILOR PAND "ITABITMAKER, B EGS Respectfully to notify the public of Kerng and District that. he ihas ':commencedl usiness as i Tailor anl...

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
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MELBOURNE MARKET REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 17 September 1889

M ;ELUOURNi MARKET IE['OItT. - Messrs. Binny Nicoll and Co., 51; Spencer street. report, 10th September :-Business is still very dull in the chaff line, there being no enquiries for shipping, and the deliveries at Spencer St. being equal to the local demand. Only prime green, well cut, samples up to 7 5s s; medium, from £5 10s to .I 10s ; inferior almost unsaleanble from £3 upwards. No demand for straw chaff ; qootations remain about the samne, fromn n 2£ 10s to £3. All quotations bags included. Wheat, 5s Gd ; New Zealand oats, Is ; Vic torian, 3s ,it1 to 3s 10d ; maize, 4s. We have a large line of prime Sydney seed maize on hand ; constituents who are in need of this kind of grain would do well to colnmunicate wih ns. Iran, is 2l ; pollard, Is 21d. The Australasian Mortgage and Agency Company, Ltd., report, Sept. 11th :--Wonl. -Arrivals of the new clip are becoming frequent. and advices to hand point tos large quantity alreadly on the way to the ware houses. We have no transactions...

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
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GUNBOWER. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 17 September 1889

GUNBOWER. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) The floods of 1889 promise to be nearly if not quite as destructive as those of 1870. Kow Swamp is now overflowing its banks on both north and south sides, and I expect the Mount Hope Plains will be one sheet of water by Saturday, 14th inst. The water is now making rapid approach toward Leitchville, and the Box Creek is spreading out over a wide ex- tent of country on each side. If the Lodldon is in the same state as the rivers this way, the Kerang folks will be in a most unpleasant position by the time you receive this. The North-Western Province Election did not create much excitement in this district. 26 votes only were recorded at the Leitchville booth, and 3 at Gun bower. These three votes cost, the coun- try for deputy- returning offlicer, poll clerk, and travelling expenses abont £12 to £14, so that, if there are many of the polling places where each vote costs in proportion to these three, it makes a costly affair of it to obtain one h...

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
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SEPTEMBER COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 20 September 1889

SEPTEMBER COURTS. A The following are the nppointmetnts for MnJIjor I'Qrtrop, P.M., for the mouth of Sep teberr :-. Thursday. 12t1h, [wood. Pridity, 1:ltlh, I iglewood. Ilondly, I6th, Ita:vo-I. T'loilny, 17th, EcliuC (Licensing). W\eldnc-lay, 18It1, Kerrng. 'I'huurolay, 11th,Pyranoid. Friday. 20th. Kernng. T'utcsday. 2th, TIarnagulla. 1cIuesolay, 2.ih, 11ychoproof. Thunday, 26th, Charlton. 1"ridar, 27th, Inglewood. Monday, :10th, Caywood. These inlet are suhject to alteration to at tend Licensing Courts at. Eltore or 11 clhester.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 20 September 1889

Trado Addrossos. TO F ARMERS. ADAMS AND CO 1MOTIFY that on account of the valuable and important improvemcuts made in WOODS' REAPERS AND BINDERS A tirge demand is anticipated. Orders must be given early to the above to ensure a supply of Woods' Lloward's and Hornaby's machines STRIPPERS, WINNOWERS and REAPING MACOLINES Supplied at lowest rates and terms from Nieholson, Munro, T. Robinson and Co., Untclhinson and Walker, Lennon, Buncle and other well known Implement makers. Harvest Tools, and parts of Machinery, Oily, Lubricating Groases,etc.,eonstautly on hand. Large Supplies of Wire. Fimbier, Iron, Doors, Windows. Broad Palings, Geslong Lime, etc., Irounongery, Dry C'olors, Paints, Varnishes, lirnshes, and large assortment of new Paper hangings, cheaper than ever. SINGER'S and \VWERTHEIM'S celebra cod SEWING MACHINES supplied All duplisntcs.-Nocdsos. Oils, etc., ii stock Afgents for the National Firs Insurance o,. of New Zealand. a.C. K EI P.301\ C.E. O!VIL ENGINEER, ARORITEOT AND ...

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THANKS RETURNED. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 20 September 1889

T?ILNKs RETURlNED.-E-Elsewhero -IMr. J. Gardnor, one of tle calmlidatel~c it thl recnt st tLo0ll1on Hidling election, return's thanks to tie ratopavers.

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STATE OF THE RIVERS. HEIGHT ABOVE SUMMER LEVEL. [BY TELEGRAPH.] Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 20 September 1889

S'.CT.L'i O THE) RI ERR : j : II (uiliT uIO S(IIt mrn li' rl tiý ýll T"iLPCR 'If]"l'' \1i iXIc ft. in. 111131 _~-n~,;i~ It. I in lita y ..· . 1 3· l 0- Itsstc .. al - Blrlill'llil!°. ' 13"0''Is~ Llist , - 22 3 ibvunur DiNs. "\\raoot o report. .11nalr in~l . f1 21 8i. 7 Ilcnindwr ii=21 3 WVentwrth . . 20 2 W uicanntai' - .- 2 10

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PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 20 September 1889

PARLIAMENT. Members of the Legislative Assembly usually resume work at the beginning of the week in an amiable mood, and main tain that mood for at least one day. But on Tuesday though they began well they ended badly, and wero only too glad when tlhey separatoe andsawthelast ofeachI other for the night. Tile circemustances of the exceptional behavior will appear later on. Wheen the Speaker took the chair at half past 4 about a quarter of an hour was spent in replying to questions. Afterwards the resolutions of the Com-. mittee of Supply on the Estimates of the departments of the Chief Secretary and Minister of Education were reported to the House, briefly discussed and agreed to. The House then went into commnit tee of the whole for the firtlher considera tion of tihe tariff proposals, and almost immediately members were at issue. A discussion arose on the new duties on -metals, the Contnissioner of Customs submitting a new item to cosprehend aill manufactures of metals and smachin...

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JUDGING AT THE SHOW. [TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERANG TIMES.] [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 20 September 1889

JUDGING AT THE SHOW. [To mTne EDTOR OF TiEl KE Rmo TInERs.] Sn,-Allow me to call attention, thlrotughl the mnediun of your valuable paper, to the absardl decisions of the judges in Class B (bIood mnares, bloodl stock) at the Kre ralng show. In my opinion, and that of dozens of others present, thIe mare that received-m first prize was the worst in the yard. In future, if the. society wishes their show to be a success, strangers, and not local Imcn, should be appiointed judges. -Yours, etc., WILLIAM I.DOHETY. Mllurrahit, Sept. 18th, 1889.

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MR. GEORGE BLAIKLOCK. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 20 September 1889

MR. GEORGE. BLAIKLOCK. Mfany able and cloqnent men have dleotvI their time anad energies to tilhe crnside against the drink trallic, and the present advanced position of .the temper anceca nse islargely to he attributed to their nlabors, which have iCbeen signally lblessed with Divine approval. Among the many eloquent men on the platformn at the present day (says thie Allioace Record) AMr. George llhaikock lneas won a fore most position, of which men born with fir greater worldly alv:antages might well le proud. Mr. Blaikilock was born at Bethnal Green on April 11, 1850. At the age of 14 lie went to the workshop to.learn the art of cabinet making. His spare time was devoted in the meantime to diligent study. Ini Tune, 1877, his savings enabled hlim to undertoake a three mnonthis tour in Canua:la and tlie Uuitedl Statcs, where lie adldresso.lTIiainymeetings. Returning to Englaiid, he iesnined Ihis work at the bench, devoting his evenings to the plat for.i Msr. Blailock speaks with in...

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AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 20 September 1889

AGRICULTURAL NOTES. (F0oM OUR1 OWN C0111ES1'OyDENT.) The wool imports of the United States was at latest retturns 116,000,000 lb., of which 18,000,000 weoro for clotllhing and 85,000,000 for ncarpets. Most of ithis wool was imported from England. 'The direct importation fromt Southl America was conmpalratively small, except frot Uragnay, whlichl, withl 26,000,000 shleep sent last year 2,58i,000 lb. of clotllilng wool. According to anll interesting return just published in the United States, thle mean lwheat crop for the past 8 years has beenll 4-18,8156.73 busllhlells, tile mean export surplus 13,615,735 lbullshles, and tile total home wanllt for seed anld food account for the remainder. In 18S0 thle aInrge quan tity of 180,321,il4 iullshlels was exported. while ill 1885 only 0,5605,714 blIuslhels were shipped. Tile new cereal year, 1880-00, is credited with a surplus of 160,000,000 busllels ; but thllis is avowedly a guess, tile season not yet beilg far enoughl advanced to allow of...

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DRUID'S LODGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 20 September 1889

Dnuwn's 'Lonio.-Tho quarterly meet ing of the above lodge is adveztised to be held on Monday next, 23rd inst. All members are requested to attenid. PwAso .AND, OeoGNu TUNINO.-Mr. J. Ripper, of Surillhurst, notifies thant hle vill visit hcrang on tihe 23rdl inst for theo pnr pose of tuning pianos and organs.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 20 September 1889

\XT II()LEISALE: CLOTHING CO. jodt -iS)1.ta TED ýýe AING8ptJg Blue nd Facy Serge A5D H StriNt SUMER OOS i byond oub s e l alo ·Y"Jf" made y" ý ..i ý, et dtreti /b= Best httersý o TWEEDS WO COATEINGS TWEEDS COATINGS o TWEEDS , COATINGS TWEEDS COAI'INGS. BLUE and FANORY SERGES. BLUE and eFANCYl SERGES. BLUE and FANCYO SEROES. Blue and l Fancy rSergese AND ENORMOUS 'STOCK. OUR OWN IMPORTING. THE Assortment of: SPIIN9 an SUMILMER GOODS is beyond doubt the best ever seen in the'colonies. As usual we have a large staff of the Best Cutters & Workmen IN VICTORIA. .ALL WOOL TWEED TROUSEIRS (to orier, t12s Gid. ALL WOOL. TWEED SUITS (to order), 4Gls. WRITE FOR SAMPLES. Our Traveller Visits tbe Distict every Two MontLes. J. T. MIDDLETION, DGeneral lsen ger. N EW FRUIT and CONFECTIONERY SHOP.-: elreshments, Tea, Coffee, Etc., at all hours. Daniry Piroduce purchasedl Note addrees-Near old Lads Office, Werl lington street, Kerang. TAILORING. P. DOYLE, TAILOR AND, ITABITMIAKEI, BEG enspect...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 20 September 1889

BRIGHT PnosPECTS FOR DlNDIGO.--Lift to some would not be worth the living were it robbed of its inticipations and hopes? When these are liot reaised, disnappoiniic men and disgust are generally the result. Nut so if you anticipate, hope for and expect something verygood at Manning and Co.s'" sale, commencing Satuilay, August 3Ir for' yd wlo want to buy shall lotl e disajlioirilsl. Call and see salvage gmids recovered firmn the wrecki of tie Cape Verde. Our prices wiil astonishyou.-'ADvT. Wanted. \ ANT'ED, two P'ile-drivets, must be -web-footed, with constitutions like alligators, up in Sprecht Mlun Uoetch. Apply 1ElE1 VON M1 IDT, Loddon Iailwray Bridge. 9461. STAN'TE1)D-A god LLundvry lAt l) at 1once. Apply at tlihe ilbcrt.Clib, 9 158 Notices. PRlIESl'Y1ElIAN CIIUROITLC. Frlf IE "ev.,Wm. Webster will preach Sab-7 .Lbilxi Next, 22int inst., KCra11g, 11 n.m. nal 7 p.m. Trgowel l " P.m! PIANO AND OORGAN TUNING. lJ R. J. RIPPEI'R, of Sandhurst, will visit Kerang on Monday next, 23rdl in...

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BALL AT KOONDROOK. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 20 September 1889

BALL AT KOONDROOK. [Rnoi i CORRESPONDENT. The biichelors of Koondrook gave ,their ainnl ball and supper on Friday enimng Iast.' Thi ball was held in St. James' Hall, and I'r. Taylor kindly lent his new billiard room for the supper. The cater iso was undertaken by iMrs. S. Dalton, anRid it is needless to sav that the two long tables were 'filled with good things and plenty to spare. The day was cold and cloudy; and-the ground under foot very wet and mnuddly, and only for the tramway from the township down to IMessrs. D. Munro and Co's. mill, most of the people -imi it'thie top end would either have had to swine down the river or dive. through the mudil. unt notwithstandiing wind, blackt clouds and a good promise of a cold wet night, by ha'lf-past eight o'clock the majority of the invited guests put in an appearaince, and dancing was commenced and kept going with great spirit until 1 o'clock, when an adjournment was made to the supper rooin. The hand was sup plied by Mr. George Shadfo...

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LATEST CABLEGRAMS. THE DOCK LABORER'S STRIKE. AFFAIRS IN FRANCE. THE EARL OF HOPETOUN. PROCEEDINGS AT THE DOCKS. GENERAL BOULANGER AND THE ELECTIONS IN FRANCE. THE COMPTOIR D'ESCOMPTE DEPARIS. INTERCOLONIAL RAILWAY CONGRESS RIOTING AT THE LONDON DOCKS. EXCITEMENT IN PARIS. IMPERIAL FEDERATION. LONDON, Sept. 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 20 September 1889

LATEST: CABLEGRAMS. THIE DOCK LARIOREC1S STRIKE. AFFAIRS IN FRANCE. THE EAIRL OF IIOPETOUN. PROCEEDINGS AT THE DOCKS. ;iENERltAT, ULiLANriER AND TILE ELECTI'IONS IN FRANCE. iTHE COMPTOIIt D'ESCOMPTE DE PARIS. INTEItCOIONIAL IRAILWAYCONORBRS 1IOTING ATI' TIHE LONDON DOCKS. 'EXCITEMENT IN PARIS. SIMPERIAL PEDERATION. (FROM AllGUS AND AGE CORRESPONDENTS.) . Losnox, Sept. 1ii. At thIe innss mieeting of the London lock lliorers in IHyde Park yestcrday, the Australian lthig wis waved over the plat fonrm srrouonded by flowers. The flag iwa alslio carrioed.before .nll other flags in the procession. .When time strike ended 4,000 muen nore working in the docks. The English journals are uinaniniisi in expressinggratificntion at the termns on ii'heli the dock labourers' strike hals beon brought to a conclision, lbut they Pro onuitfil whether the strikers have gained ainy permanent benefit. Extoensive preparations are being maal tlhroiighoot Fraince for tha forthcoming geoneral elections by the ...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 20 September 1889

CORRESPONDENCE. W'l'lluet Intlong inltendlel fr nisertlhli iI tIkii column elishold be ahrcle.s l to' the Ediltor. Tile aime nld iidilrem of tile writer miust bIe indli.d, Iot lccelstrily for ,llbleatil ,lt Itlat as ag taralltte itf 0o0i fiithl. WllilO ce W lre lt all thiet gtIlad ti re ceiv- anli ptublitsh corretopltcleice, allowilng nil anmilOilit Of lItitiile comoiiilllt with tlil rule. oif jourlilliln we ,i lot hold ourselves rteqltltil e fnr niy opilnions exlcreted.]

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 20 September 1889

Legal. B131{O\W'N, ELLISON &. CO)., SOLICIITOlS, WELLINGTON STREET, KERP.NG 1A II. AliTH.l;tl ESPINASSE, Managiing Clerk to them above foirmn, will attend it t.1 i-r ollices every 7lolnday, TIuesdaty, and Friday evening, fron 7 till 10 o'clock, for the puirpose of interviewing clients. Ftr3ir AlL ·i `VclIt 11; CV)NNWELLY ^ rl SOLICIT(IORS, CON V VAXCEIS, llTOUl'OliS AND) LElAL Al ENT \\i'I.S(;'TON ST.. CEItIANrt. iandl a!t Sandlhtrst and Melbourne. T'IIUST MONEY\'S TO LEND, sumsII of £100 an upiwards, on lrrclholl or Crown Lcascehlold Securiies. £i,10,000 TO LEND. In one sIns, oil Freehold Security. Mr Wi,. .1. Rogers )DavRidson, our managing !erk, may te consulted lily, telween i .tni n-l 5 p.m.,at labove address. P'rivate addrcss - Ciadusch's; Comnr erci;a hotel. 171POlITANTl NOTICE. 4. W ILSON, .1VATCAJI IAKEl1 AND .J E1YLLf:lf HFAVING Purchlasedl the Business re cently owned by MTr. W. 71. Waddell, getllher withl Ithe whole of the Stocl:, con sileralbly below Mlibourne W...

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MR. TAVERNER AT THE RAILWAY DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 20 September 1889

AIR. TA~VERNER AT TttE RtAIrAvY Dc rAttrmtrr'sT.-Mr. J. W. Taverner, l1.L.A.. waited upon iMr. Speight, the chairtn:tn of tle railwayvcnnunissioners,on WVerlnesday, in rcfcrence to a grant towards tito pro posedl Kangaroo TLake cutting. Mr. Speigiht promised that a sumn of £350 should hie providecd. Mr. Tlavcrnoer also applied for temporary sheeop trncking yards to be erected at Reedy Lakeo Sta tion. To this Mr. Speightagreod, Messrs Yco, Taverner and Co. to arrange with tihe railway contractors to carry the trncks, tlhe Department supplying tlhe same. Mr. Taverncr further asked for and obtained tihe consent of tihe counis sioners to the dairy produce trtck being taken on to Lake Charm on Fridays. This latter arrangeument will prove a great convenience to those interested. TtE COHUnA STATE ScuooL, No. 2502. -In reply to Mr. M'Coll's enquiry with regard to providing increased accom modation at the Cohuna State school, No. 2502, tlhat gentleman Ihas received the following conmunnicati...

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Kerang Times. Published Tuesdays and Fridays. WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 20 September 1889

Published Tuesdays and Fridays. WITH WECEKLY SUPPLEMIENT. FlIDA Y, SEI'TE7' BER 20, ISSo. Cnpiln I',tuishmnent \HFTIIEII or not capital punishmoent should be abolished is one of those iquestions which crop .up periodically, and upon which public opinion appears to be pretty equally dividcd. Just now the old discussion is likely to be revived in consequence of some recent revelations which certainly strengthen the ease made by the abolitionists. The main arguments in favor of capi tal punislhment have always been first, that it is justifiable by Divine command; and, secondly, that it has the effect of preventing the comumis sion of crime. The answer, however, is that, although the mosaic law pro -idcd that an eye should be given for an eye, a tooth for a tooth, and a life for a life, yet, that the New Testament, which is the basis of all Christian creeds, nowhere commands the inflic tion of such retaliatory punishment. That the death penalty is a deterrent punishment no one can belie...

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