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CAUSE OF THE COLLINS-STREET FIRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 24 September 1889

CAUSE OF THE COLLINS-STREET FIRE. Contrary to all expect ation the cause of the serious conflagration which occurred at Messrs. George and G norue's cstabllshanen t in Collins-street,. Melbourne, irriday week, hasI been discov'erod, - When, at the request of the insurance cmotqaties interested, it was decided to hold atl inquest on the fire, Detective-sergeant Nixon was told off to collect the evilence. 1le first of all devote:l himtself to ascert:lining who were the last persons in tlhe place, and Ilo gr:!lnally narrowed Iowln the unlllber to a very few eployees. Amllongst them was one of the clerks etliployed in tile office, who made several contradictions in Ihis statement as to whvlet lie left the placo. He was severely pressed on the subject, auld at last lio has amlitted that on the niglt of the fire lie hal gone back to the office after tihe rest of tIlh clerks had left for the nlight to ointittt a.private letter, which lie had put in a I;:raier during the day. The gas was ou...

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
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SEPTEMBER COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 24 September 1889

- SEPPTEMBER COURTS. T''he .folloii iging:ar the 'aIpointmcnts for 'Major Iartrop; .P.M., for the, mouth of . p te rbdriih 1 S iersds4:12thi lo0rt0 Friday,13tl th,- Inglewood ... Moniday, 1Gth, taytwood T'iCsday, 17th, chnllca (Licensing) i \Wednesday, I Sth. Kerng. Thurld'iy, 19th, Pyraihid. 1 riday,'20th, Kcran. • ''TuEscAi ' d:·!2tlif24tli,' uinlla1 !0M i Wediesdayo . 2.5ti,.Vycheproof IThursday, 20th, Charltoii. Friday, 27th, Inglc oodl. Monday, 30th, H1ay1wood. 'These dates are subject to alteration to a't tend ,Licenising, Court is.at,,Elmorg or Ito clhcstcer.

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RIFLE CLUB NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 24 September 1889

RIFLE CLUB NOTES... The second and concluding stage of the match for the captain's, trophy was fired on Saturday last, 11 members competing. Mr. Rundle, who shot from scratch, , was again to the fore, he putting on a score of 74 at the three ranges, 500, 000 and 700 yards, his grand total being 156. a highly creditable performance. lie, tlherefore, retains the trophy. Mr. D. G. lRattray (5 handicap) secured second place with a score of 152, and Mr. J. Coleman -(15 handicap) was third, with a total of 145; Mr. i. . awthorne, also 1415, including a handicap of at0, came next, anud Messrs. R. Crawford and J. A. MacReddie, two scratch moen, each obtained 139 off the rifle, and were placed fifth and sixth. respectively. The following are the full scores for the competition : Competitors' , s5 . a Names. 0 .. C. Iundle 20 23 31 24 31 19 159 se 1511 D. Ct. RIattray 2 22 27 27 20 25 17 5 152 J. Coleman .. 17 11 32 20 27 20 130 15 145. G. IHawthorne 22 25 20 13 19 10 115 30 145 It. Crawford....

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LATEST CABLEGRAMS. WORK PROCEEDING AT THE LONDON DOCKS. ROLLING STOCK FOR SYDNEY. A MISSING SHIP. THE FRENCH ELECTIONS. THE PRESENTATION TO LADY LOCH. THE SENTENCE ON J. L. SULLIVAN. THE EARL OF HOPETOUN. CHAFFEY BROTHERS' SETTLEMENTS. ALLEGED DISCOVERY OF "JACK THE RIPPER." THE LONDON DOCK LABORERS. MR. BURNS TO LECTURE IN AUSTRALIA. SINGULAR ACCIDENT IN QUEBEC. THE TURF IN ENGLAND. THE ZANZIBAR SLAVE TRADE. LONDON, Sept. 19. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 24 September 1889

LATEST CABLEGRAMS. WORK PROCEEDING AT TILE LONDON DOOKS. ROLLING STOCK FOR SYDNEY. A MISSING SHIl'. T'LE IR:IENlCII ELECTIONS. TIlE P'IIESENT'ATION '10 LADY LOCH. TIlE SENTi NCE3 ON J. L. SULLIVAN. I TIIIE EARL OF IIOPETOUN. CIIAFFEY URlOTII ItS' SETTLEMENTS. AILLEGIED DISCOVERY 01' " JACK TIHE IlPI'Elt." TIlE LONDON DOCK LABORERS. ME1. ItURNS TO LECTURE IN AUS- I TRALIA. J SINGULAR ACCIDENT IN QUIEIBEC. T -TILE TURF IN ENGLAND. --I TIlE ZhNZiBXARI SLAVE TRADE. J (FRmot AR:OUS AND AGE COItRESPONDENTS.) Loxsox, Sept. 19. An earnest appeal was made yesterday - to the dock aIborers by Cardinal Manning, to .whose unrempitting endeavors. the settlenment of the strike was mainly due, tc and by the Lord ,Mayor of London tl (Alderman Whitehead), who also interested himself greatly in the efforts at mediation, to refrain from rioting, and c to respect the condition necepted by the e strike commnittee that the men who had 0 continued at work during the strike should not lie interfered with wh...

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KERANG COUNTY COURT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 24 September 1889

KERANG COUNTY COURT. The following is a list of cases to be heard at the County Court, Kerang, on Wednednay, 2nd October:- \White v. White, money payable cnder an agreement, £101 10s. Smith v. Smith, amount dno for maintenance of childrel, £80. Gamble and others v. Fisher, damages for trespass of sheep, £L9 Is. - .- eMMullan v.- MAcBean. goods sold and delivered, £31 8s. id. Ross v. Kelly. nmedical services, £1 10s. *Wallace and Wallaee v. Wilson, goods sold, £55 16s. 8d. Kinnane and others v. Wilson, damag.es for trespass ofhullocks, .£20. Caidnsell v. lReaspr, goods sold; .2S lls 5d.1 SBrown, Ellison and Co. v. Johnison, danriges for: breach, of. agreement, £19 17s 11d. Lnrkin v. Stephedns, damagnies for slan der, £49 19s. . SMeatheringliam" v.( O'llern, bullocks: and w'aggons sold,. £64- - - McCarron, Bird nrid 'Co'; v: O'Donnell, goods sold and delivered.0 Os. - Same v. Singletoni, "goods sold and I delivered, £6 Gs. ' Ganible v.: E'uiss, s ice of f n mares, £20. Jones v. Jonkin...

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MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 24 September 1889

M1EETING.-A meeting .of the, Lake Elizabeth Wild Dog Association 4 ader-" tised to be held on Friday next, 27thinst.,i in the Mechanics' Institute, Kerang. All interested are requested to atteond. ...O;

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STATE OF THE RIVERS. HEIGHT ABOVE SUMMER LEVEL. [BY TELEGRAPH.] Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 24 September 1889

STATE OF TIIE RYlEIlltS. IEIGUTAIOVE Sur3srn LREVOL. nBY TELEYGAPI J Monday. AfunnAr. ft. in. a\lboty 1, !1 ..< . , Polin.'linca!.t' '.: s `31 11 Swun rllill . . .. 13 I; Etistu . 23' 0 GouanUi-.. .V-agga : 8: a lay 178 ,tlranald .. .. . 2 .:neniil ie .. .. 20 3. Wentworl h.. 20:5. Wilannia . . 28'

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AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 24 September 1889

AGRICULTURAL NOTES. (FROM OUR OWN COtRRISPONDENTr.) 'ihe weather during the past week has been most favorable to tile crops, which are making rapid progress. Cattle and slleep are looking as well as possible. The reports from lahuling floceks have been very favor able, built as may be cxpectl l some losses occurral during the wet and cold nights. A report presente I to the Agricultural Deepartmlent lby the Conservator of Forests. states that the season for tree planting hal:. been very favorable, and advantage has been I taken of it to obtain and plant as many trees 1 as pos?ille. Altgethler 12ti,000 have Lbeens systenmatically planted during the season. At the You Yan:gs plantation 350 acres have been enclosed withl ralbbit proof fencing, and 100 acres have been planted on what is' termed the lit systemi, with 54,000 trees. I h<se coliprise pines, oaks, larches, ash, Lirell. elmls, planes, poplars. and eucalyptus of various sorts. Preparatiolns are being made to raise 30...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. DAIRY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 24 September 1889

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. DAIRY .PRODUCE. The butter and egg market is fairly sup lied. Prices for the former are now quoted at ;d per lb for good quality, and for the lathter at Od per dozen.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 24 September 1889

,TF ds .ddrossos. TO FARMIERS. ADAMS AND Co0 I 1TOTIFY that on account of the valuable IN and important improvements made in WOODi' REAPERS. AND BINDERS A large demnd is aniticipated. Orders must Ih) given early to the above so ensure a supply o f Woods' Ioward's and HIoinsby's machines STRIPPERIS, WINNOWVERS and ;.REAPING MACHINES i u appliedi at lowest rates and terms from Nicholson; Munro, T. Robinson and Co., lfutchiuson and VWalker, Lennon, Dlucle and other welt known Implement makers. liar vest Tools, and parts of Machinery? Oils, Ltihricating Groasss,etc.,constantly on hand. Larej Sujpplis of Wire. timber, Iron, Doors, Windowos. road Palings, Geelong Lime, etc,, I roniongery, Dry, ry olors, aint, Varmshcs, rusheM , and large assortment of new Iaper hangng,ing cheaper than ever. INGER'S aidi WERTIHEIM'S colebra ted SEWING MACHINES supplied All dluplicaWtes Needles, Oils, et., in stock :?gouts"'for tlii,''Notiosalr Fi rnsi.ance .. of New Zealand... , I ffC>. MPSO` N: . Eo E ...

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PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 24 September 1889

PARLIAMENT. After much trouble the Absdm bly on Thursday bvening disposed of the items of the tariff so far as their consideration in conunittee was concerned. The first business wns in regard to the exemptions which Mr. Patterson desired should be dealt.with l\t once. His new list of articles to be free was amended in sonic small particulars, suchll s the inclusion of collar checks used by lharness makers, the internal fittings of gas meters, and the omlission of coach screws and glatc goat leatlher. g'hen'the lon: gcntlemanll had to listen to a numilber of aplpeals by mtmem bers for enlarging the list. But lie did not attempt to argue with themi nor would lie consent to their proposals until lie had had an opportunity of considerilng them at leisure. When Mr. Patterson lasi stated tlhe.i rsilt?of his ihquirics,mnel bers who are not satisficd with his decisions may then take action in the H?onse. In discussing the proposed tinllber duties members bad the sublject 'presented in nman...

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FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 24 September 1889

F .OO T B A L L.. On Saturday last a combined team of the Kerang Imperials and Rovers jour neyed to Swan Hill to try conclusions with the Fuangh-a-lallaghs. Advantage was taken of the railway line as far as Lake Boga, arrangements being made with Mr. Mitchell, of Messrs. D. Munro and Co., ,Ltd., to convoey the team that distance, where they were met with con veyances provided by Mr. Thos. Wilkins, the proprietor of the White Swan Hotel, Swan Hill, and taken on to their iour. ney's end. A stoppage was made at Anderson's Lake Bogs Hotel for break fast, and the wants of'the inner man having been attended to, a fresh start was made, and the destination reached about 10 o'clock. Tho match was started punc tually at 3 o'clock, the Faugh-a-slallaghs being captained by T. Wilkins, James O'Donnell acting in a similar capacity for the Kerang teamn. Tihe day was warm and.-calm, so that neither side had any .undue alsvantage. Wilkins won the toss, and elected to kick towards the south goal. The...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 24 September 1889

Legal. BROWN, ELLISON & CO., SOLICITORS, IIELLINGTON STREET, KERaNG 1 iI. ARTHUR 'ESPINASSE, Managing 11P. Clerk to. the above :irm, will attend at their offices every Monday, T'resday, and Friday evening, from 7 till 10 o'clock, for the purpose of interviewing clients. CO()NELLY AND TA'TC ElLL, f SOLICITORS, CONVlYANCERS, SIPROCTORS AND LEG AL AGEINT WELINGTON ST., KEIIANG. t and a. Sandhurst and 'Melbourne. TRUST MONEYS TO L[END, sunms of £100 and upwards, on Freehnlil 8 or Crown Leasehold Seenrities. £10,000 TO LEND, 7 In one stum, on Freeholdl Security. r Mr Wim.n. Rongers Davidson, our managing f lerk, may be consulteddaily, between i .m 5 nd 5 p.m., at above address. Private address - Caduseh's Coimmercia IIotel. For Sale or To Let, O be Sold or Let for a term of years, an old established Boarding House, situated in Campbell-street, Swan Hill, doing a good business. For further par tieulars apply to S II.L. J. A. WALKER, 173 Swan Hill. l lllE IRltIGAlLE ESTATES COllMPA...

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Kerang Times. Published Tuesdays and Fridays. WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 24 September 1889

Published Tuesdays and Fridays. WITH 1?~VEiLY SUPPLEMIENT. TUESDA IY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1SS9. CLosED RoADs.-In addition to the places already advertised as closed against traffic, in consequence of the action of the floods, it is announced that the bridge over the Piccaninny Pyramid Creek, on the Koondr ook road, near Kerang, is unsafe. The shire engineer (Mr. C. E. Albrecht) has used every endeavour to maintain this bridge, but the quantity of water coming in is so great that the founda tion has at last been washed out, and he is compelled to take the action above noted. The earth for the formations was taken from side cut tings, and these Mr. Albrecht has had fenced off. Any of the public, there fore, requiring to cross must do so at their own risk. They will probably find the old track near the north west side of the road, through the timber, the best. The water is rather deep, but shows signs of falling. LEGAL.-- We understand that the offices of Messrs. Brown, Ellison and Co. at Ke...

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PRESENTATION TO MR. J. H. M'COLL, M.L.A. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 24 September 1889

PRESENTATION TO MR. J. H. M'COLL, M.L.A. On Saturday afternoon between forty and fifty farumersof the Shelbouron,Woodstock iuul Newbiidge districts assembled at the City Family Hotel, Sandhurst, for the purpose of presenting 'Mr. J. II. MI'Coll, M.L.A., formerly a representative of the electorate of iMandurang, but now of the newly-formed electorate of Gunbower, with a testimonial and a purse of sove reigns in recognition of his past services, and his strenuous support of the Loddon Valley railway extension. Mr. Addison Nicoll, chairman of the league, presided, whilst among those present were Crs. Doellar and -Hart, of the lMarong Shire Council, Mr. Gee. Minto, city surveyor, ex-Cr. Burke, of Woodstock, M[r. F. Brown, secretary, and Mr. G. Minto, Jonr., of the Marong Shire, and M.r. Peter Byrne, sec retary of the league. The toast of "The Queen" having been honored, Mr. G. Minto, Junr., proposed " The Parliament of Victoria," and remarked that he felt proud of the present Parlia men...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 24 September 1889

Trado .Add&:oses. THE WHOLESALE Vi'LOTHI NG CO. .WE .S CO' trtINGS . dur FNY SER . ,BLUE. and FANCY SERGES. BLUE an:i FANCY SERGES. Blue and Fancy Serges AND ENORMOUS STOCK. OUR OWI TIMPORTING. IN VICTORIA. ALL, WOOL TWEED TIIOUSERS (to order), 12s lid. ALL. WOOL TWEED SUITS (In W, RITE FOR SAMPLES. Our Traveller Visits the District every Two Monaths. S .I. r.MIDDLETON,; General Mans ger. GSTEW FRUIT and CONFECTIONERY ' SIHOP.-lRefresliments, Tea, Coffee, Etc., at all hours. Dairy P'roducee purchased. 'Note address-Near old Landis Office, Wel li'ltol street, Kerang. TAILORING.. P. DOYLE, TAILOR AND ]IABITMAKER. t EGS Respectfully to untify the opubllic of Kerii iasld District that lie hasi coinlence?tlbusines~ s ai Tailor and , lalit Maker at Wellington Street. Kertng, and by striet attentioin tobusiness.? and guarantee as to perfect fit, hopes to share a fair propor tion of publici patronage. Fine Assortment of Tweedsc, lCloths, Coatings :ad all neees??try materialson hand....

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MELBOURNE MARKET REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 24 September 1889

MIELBOURNE MARKET REPORtIS. Messrs. Binny Nicoll and Co., chaff n er chants, 51i Spencer-street, Melbourne, re port under date 17th Sept.:--The deli;e.ies -?of- chanlr- a; -~erll??str-aoaL?e- -roLo on-g L ory. h eavy, littlE or no demand existing forsanme, consequently the market is glutted, I:id prices are receding. Prime green well cut and clean samples are fetching as high as £7; second quality from .£5 is to £I;; in ferior from £2 lOs upwards. All quotations hugs included. New Zealand oats, is 11d; Victorians, is Sd ; wheat, 5s 5ld ; peas, 5s; maize, ls; bran, is 2d; pollard, Is 2."d. We have a quantity of first-class seed maize on hand, and those of our constitutent: who may be requiring this article would do well to communicate with us. Messrs. Dalgety and Co., Ltd., Melbourne, report, 18th Sept.:-Wool.-Early Vic torian clips are now arriving and the warehouses are rapidly filling. Sheep skins-Butchers' green skins and pelts. is to 7s; extra, to 7s 4Id ; do lamb skins, to 4s; ...

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SANDHURST STOCK MARKET. 17th Sept. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 24 September 1889

SANI)IIU ST STOCoK ,M?ARKiEiT. 17th Sept. Messrs. it. O'Neill and Co. report: Cattle.-S80 forward, including 185 stores. Quality of fats consisting principally of smedium to good, with a fair proportion prime beef. There was a large attendance of buyers, but owing to the heavy supply. the sales weare dragging, with prices somewhat under last week's rates. We quote :--lest pens of bullocks, £9 to £10 10s; others. £.t 10s to £7; cows, best, to £7 10s; others, £1 10s to £8 ; and have sold SS head for Messrs Mackin, Todd, MINamara, and others, to £8 CIs for bullocks and £(; 7s 0d for cows. Calves.--90 penned. Quality chiefly medinm, which sold from (0s to 85s. Sheep.-1907 penned, consisting chiefly of medium to good merino wethers and ewes. There was a fair attendance of buyers, and the number being under requirements, an early clearance was effected at prices a little better than late rates. Quotations:-]est merino wethers. 12s to 1.is; ewes, Ss to 11s. We have sold outsidealine of mer...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 24 September 1889

T' Tn MYISTERY. OF '.A tLh qOý CAu.3 Tihose popnlar aryistes, Mr. Chas.: Taylor and !rhiss lti Carnnton, aieadverIi ed' i to appearu 10the abroio lauia a"tlte 1Ie C1hlaniS Institute on Frinay next,,'2 7t1 .jnstoTlTiu prograntme appears elsowlutee. Gntnownit Cobnrrox.-~A meeting is advcer tisea to be hell at the Gannawarra Post Office on the 28th inst., at 2 p.m., for the purpose of considering the advisability of retaining the Gunhower Island as a farmers' common. All interested are requested to attend. Wanted. .c...," '-W ANTED, Intelligent Lad for Shop. V Apply D. ATKINSON, Chemist; Kcrang.. .. 9 - . .. --.:-- 9495, W'T NTED---Agord s Lauindry ?LAID at 7 ocni. Apply it the Gilbert Club. 0 158 : SIIIREI OF SWAN HILL. -iTOTIC is Herebly Given that, through \?I,' tlhc-.ietinn of :the recent floods, the follorid»g jlacms 'have Beeni renleretd unsafe, aid are conscquehtly clos?l againt traffic .. r iingcil?;}.crek' at Skrmi's, enje Cormis-y'.s Dahl. Darr Creek. , Crossing over Westblad...

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CONVENTION OF FRUIT GROWERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 27 September 1889

CONVENTION OF FRUIT GROWERS. " A convention of fruit-growers, which was attended by delegates from the fruit-growing districts of the colony, was commencld at the board-room of the Lands Oflicc, Mel bourne, on Friday last. The Minister of Agriculture (Mr. Dnow), iwho convened the conference, occupied the chair, and, in the opening proceedings, referred to the great value which must resnult from such gather. ings. lie pointed out that the ravages of insect pests formed one of the most serious drawbacks in connection with fruit produc tion in the colony, and the Government had wisely secured the services of Mr. C. French, an expcrienced entomologist, whose duty it would be to dlevise means for the complete eradication of the pests. 'The fruit-growing industry was one which apparently could not be too greatly extended, for at the present time the imports of the colony in dried and fresh fruits represented £205,000, and there was an import trade of £0,000,000 perannum in England, in whi...

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