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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. DAIRY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 4 October 1889

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. DAIRY PRODUCE. The butter and egg marlket is fairly sup lied. Prices for the former are now quoted at Gd per lb for good quality, and for tie latter at 9d per dozen.

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SANDHURST STOCK MARKET. 1st. Oct. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 4 October 1889

SANDIHUIIST STOCK MIARlKEl'. 1st Oct. Messrs. It. O'Neill and C:,. report: Cattle.-844l forward, including 21I) stores, for this week's supply. Quality of fats rang ing front inedliumi to good beef. There was a fair attendance of buyers, hnt owing to the heavy sopply, sales opened dull and fluc tuated considerably throughout the day, prices on the whole showing a reduction of :tbout 10s per head on last week's rates. We quote :-Best pens of bullocks, .CS 10s !o .C! 17s Gd; odd beast higher; cow::, £5 to £7 15is; and have sold drafts for Messrs. Ilurke. Kane and others, and outside 75 head at market rates. Calves.-(i1 penned, which sold at about late values, bust makinog C£ 7s lid; others, 50s to S0s. Sheep.--:liGG; about 2300 being penned as fat quality, consisting of medium to prime. There was a good at tendance of buyers, but prices throughout were slightly under last week's. We quote: Best crossbred wethers, 14s to 17s; ewes. Its to 14s; merino wetlers, 12s to 15s lid; ewes, 8s t...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 4 October 1889

PAY - SEAMER.-On the 2nd of October, by the Rev. J. Mcevans, at the residence of the bride's parents, Stewart Pay, late of Kerang, to Catherine Esther, eldest   daughter of James Seamer, Sebastian.    

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KERANG COUNTY COURT. WEDNESDAY, 2ND OCTOBER. (Before His Honor Judge Hamilton.) TRESPASS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 4 October 1889

KERANG COUNTY COURT. WEDNESDAY, 2ND OcTOnBER. (Before His Honor Jidge lHamilton.)... TRlESPASS. ,Kinnano:and others V. Wilson, claimn for .20 for alleged daniane ,lone through trespass of bullocks. Mr. Connelly for plaintiff, Mr. Holiobday for defendlant. Adjourned till the December silting' of the Sandlhurst County Conrt. DtOlIT. Cadunehl v. leiaper,' clin. for. gi?ds sold and delivered, .£:8S 11s. 5d. -Mr. Connelly appeared for plaintiff, Mr. IInghes for defendant. Mir. ,TInglsn asked for an adjournment of tlle case till net court, owing to his client beinlg away in New South Wales. . The adjournment was grantld, the defendant to bear the cost of sale. TRESPASS OF SIItEEP. Gamble and others v. Fisher, action for alleged damnages through trespass of sheep, L4 l19s. lMr. Pemiefather appeared for the' plaiitiff and Mr.' Holiday for' the deolendant. A verdict was given, by consent, for .-20. Il:0c.nCII OF AGRIEEENT. Brown Ellison and Co. v. 'Peter .Tohn son, alleged damnlages for brea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 4 October 1889

Legal. CONNELLY AND TATCHI1E LL, SOLICITORS, CONVEYANCERIS, PROCTORS AND III)EGAIL AOE; TL" WELLINGTON ST., KEIIANG. and aI Sandlhurst .1ad1 Melbourne. TRUST MONEYS TO LEND, sums of £100 and upwards, on Ifrecholl or Crown Leasellhold Securities. £10,000 TO LEND, In one sun,, on Freehold Security. Mr Win.J. Rlogers Davidson, our managing Ierk, may be consulted daily, between ii .I nd 5 p.m., at above address. Private address - Cadusclh's Colni:tercia Hotel. BROWN, ELLISON &t CO., SOLICITORS, WELLINGTON STREET, KERiSNG £.17,000 '1TO LENI) On Freebold and Leiaehl, l 'rI .°citics. LOWEST' INlElIES'I. THE 01ice is ndelcr the i:aI:vemtiiIII I Mr. M LES O'IXI EN. Solicilor. Private :ddricss-UC LLEN'S lOE'1' I,. 9527 For Sale or To Let, TO be Sold or Let for a term of years, an old establislhd l;oardiug Mouse, sit ?.eed in - ito?hlell-stret. Sp :t:i !!t, `.ýdotyy uaLr.4.e..7"--."-.evrerirrviieC. . tticdlai"lpply to :101M . J. A. \VALIER, 3947 Swan 11ill. FOR SALE. r'I*lE IRtlllGABLE...

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Kerang Times. Published Tuesdays and Fridays. WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 4 October 1889

Published Tuesdays and Fridays. WITII WEEIKLY SUPPLEMENT. IFRTDAY, OCTOJIElI- ,- IssO. RIwFL. SiiuootrN.--We have been requested to remind members of the Kerang .Rifle Club that practice will take place at ý the: butts to-morrow (Saturday), commencing at 2 o'clock. Slhould a sufficient nnmber of mem bers put in an appearance a scratch match will be fired.. TurE 'RuhwAY CoruIssIOSRns. - Tihe annual toui of inspection of .the Sandhurst line and its branches, by the railway commissioners, waas com menced yesterday. To-day they journey over the lleathcote and Ke rang .-branches. Kerang . will be reached shortly .ifter 4' p.m., and after a brief stay of: about halftahi-hour the special train will convey the visitors back to Saindhurst: AusTRALIAN NATIVES' AssOCIATION. -This evening the Kerang Bminclh of the Australian Natives' -Association clebratses its seveiith amnniversary witll:tlle customary banquet and ball. The banquetis to be held on the balcony at the Gilbert Club Hotel, ait o'c...

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THE REVENUE RETURNS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 4 October 1889

THE REVENUE RETURNS. a The revenue returns for the first quarter n of the current financial year were issued t by the Government printer soon after 11 o'clock on Monday night--in about the quickest time on record. They are satis- a fiactory and yet unsatisfactory-that is to I say that while taken in connection with i the Treasurer's Budget estimate they promise rwell, they shoe a falling off is compared with the corresponding quarter last year. Last year was, however, ain exceptional year, and the land "boom" t indicated a state of prosperity which could not, b abiding. In view of that fict the 'T'reasnier thought it necessary to cut doaiat?his estimate of receipts for this year to .500,000 less thian the actual receipts e of lait ybar. lie anticipated to receive £8,168,8.15 for the year, and for the quar ter just ended the quota was 4£2,868,821, or about ..:160,000 more than the propor tion for'three months. Considering that the quarter was one of the two "bad'" quarters of the yea...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 4 October 1889

Trust Moneys. MONEY TO LEND. 300 or 400 on approved Leas ehold £300 or 5 years, at 7 per cent. D. T. IIUGHES. MONEY. TO FARMERS, LANDOWNERS, and OTIIERIS. N1 1O LEND, Large and Small sums of Trust and other moneys, for term of 2, 3. 5 and 5 years, or as agreed upon, on Leaseh lad and Freehold Lands, at lowest current rates of interest. M EVOY & CO., 21 Market-street, Melbourne. A lai N.B-Business for 1888 exceeding £10,000. be gi Borrowers are requested to place themselves of W n direct communication. S3 TRUST MONEYS TO LEND IN SUMS FROM £100 TO £10,000 t ON FREEHOLD OR LEASEHOLD an PROPERTIES. MA.COBOY & JONES SOLICITORS, ALBION CHAMBERS, SANDIIURST. OFFICER.. AND SMI?T II 117 Collins Street West, M E L B O UR N E, ACCOUNTANT S AND All FINANCE & ESTATE AVENTS, H AVE BUYERS for country properties MONEY TO LEND On eh .ld and Leasehold, from ti per cent. CI MONEY! rRUST and other Moneys TO LEND, in I large and small sums, for a ternm of 3 or 5 years, at lowest ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 4 October 1889

Trado Addrossos. THE WHOLESALE C'LOTHING CO. s d.r;; !rtJn Siddee r, TWEEDS COATINGS TWEEDS COATINGS" TWEEDS COATINdS 1 TWEEDS COATINGS. BLUE and FANOY SERGES. BLUE and FANCY SERGES. BLUE and . FANCY SERGES. Blue and Fancy Serges. AND r ENORMOU.: STOCK. OUR OWN IMPORTING. r w TiHE Assortment of SPRING an v SUMMER GOODS is hiyond doubt ryet the bet ever seen in the colonies. As nal we have eta large taff of the IN VIOTORI&. ALL WOOL TWEED TROUSERS . ..Coer), 12s Gd. AL WOOL TWEEDS COAUITS (o order), 46e. WRITE FO SAMERPLES. Our Traveller Visits the District every Two Month's. T. T. MIDDLETON, General Man goesr. NEW FRUIT and CONFECTIONERY SHOP.--Refreshments, Tea, Coffee, Etc., at all hours. Dairy Produce purchased. Note address-Near old Lands Office, Wel lington treet, Kerang.STOC O O N TAILORING. P. DOYLE, SUMEILOR GOODS is D nd douAbt AEGS Respectfully to notify the public of Ker-.ng and District that he has commenced business .as a Tailor and Habit -Maker at Wellington St...

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MELBOURNE MARKET REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 4 October 1889

MELBOURNE MARKET iiEPOl'RT. Messrs. linny Nicoll and Co., chati mar ehants, 56 Spencer-street, 3Melbourne, re port under date Ist October :-There is no chanegc to report itn tle chalf tmarket since last week. Supplies are still comsing for ws-nl in exce of?c demantu , cnsqlllltently pricesl have not lirmed ta:ny. 'rime greent well cut and clean samples are fetching £5 15s; he.dium from £4 5s to £4 1I5s; il: ferior from £1 10s upwards. All quiotations bags included. New Zealand oats, :;s t;l to 3s 7,1; wheat, is i l; pe ts, s; maize, 4s ld; bran, Is Id ; pollard, is :3}d.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 4 October 1889

DIeA FoIrr Y.:As.-T'he description of a inmlp iemedy, by which a complete mire of deafness and noises in the heal of 40 years, standing has just Ibeei effected, will be sent free to anyone who applies to J. H. Nichol son, 175 William Street, 31elbourne.-ADnT. Wanted. WANTED KNOWN. ý 1OR a severe Cough, nothing in the world 1~ equals Dorman's famous Cough Mix ture. It is nice, safe and certain. It is equally efficacious in bronchitis and all chest affections. G. I. DORIMAN, CIHEMIST. Next the TInatre. Sandhurst. 9512 Notices. NOTICE. r??E Butchering Iusiness lately carried on h" by S. SI. MS :nd SON having been closed, accounuts will Ib relndered anld most be paid at once to S. SIMS, or bis agent, W. G. AITKEN. Octoberlst; 1889. NOTICE. TIHE LRICE OF IlIAD in Kernnguill 1 be "REDUCED to 7d. from the- 1st October. October.. CRAWFOD..: :: '9533'F. A ? BARRLTT. WTESLEYAN SUNDAY SCHOOL. eVVl The Anniversary of above will be held doi Sunday Nxt,' October 6th; Three services, conducted by ...

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AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 8 October 1889

AGRICULTURAL NOTES. (FROM OUtr owN COIRRIESPONDENT.) 26,000 fat sheeop were yarded last week, the greater portion being good quality merinos.. For :best descriptions prices were a shade easier, while other sorts ruled flly Od. lower than previous iwvek. Prime crossbred wothers, from lOs to 18s, according to weight and quality; good crossbred wethers, to 15s; extra priio and heavy crossbred ewes, to 10s Od; good crossbred owes, from 13s to 14s; prime merino wethers, from 14s 6d to 1Gs; prime meripo wethers, shorn, from Os Gd to 10s 8d; good merino wothers, from 12s Gd to 13s 8Gd; middling, from lOs to 11s; prime merino ewes, from lOs Gd to 12s ; prime merino owes, shorn, from 7s Gd to 8s 3d. 8250 fat lambs were penned, the number being in excess of requirements. The demands were dull and the prices realized show a rednction of from Gd to is under late rates. PI ime sold at from 8s Gd to Os Gd;-extra, to 10s; good sold at from 78 to Ss; others sold at froms 4s. The following recipe fo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 8 October 1889

HOLLOWAY's PrILLs.-Important for the dclicatce.-lIt is dillicult to dctcrmine which is the more trying to the human constitu tion, the damp, cold da:ys of autumn, and winter, or the keen, dry, eastcrly winds of spring. Throughout the seasons good heaIlth may be maintained by occasional doses of Holloway's Pills, which purify the blood and act as wholesome stimulants to the skin, stomach, liver, bowels and kidneys. This celebrated medicine nceeds but a fair trial to convince the ailing and desponding that it will restore and cheer them wvithout dan ger, pain or inconvenience. No family shouldl be without a supply of Holloway s Pills and Ointment, as by a timely recourse to them thie iret erring function may Ie re claimed, suffering may be spared, and life saved. Wanted. WANTED KNOWN. F OR a severe Cough, nothing in the world .L quals Dorman's famous Cough Mix ture. It is nice, safe and certain. It is equally cllicacious in bronchitis and all chest affections. G. N. DORMA N, CHIIEMIST...

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COWARDLY ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 8 October 1889

COWARDLY ASSAULT. - On Saturday afternoon, at ioondrook, Senior-Constable Troohllosio arrested a half ciiate, namred Chliarlio Barber,T for assaulting an elderly widow woman named Elizabeth Vinen. Accused had boon drinking about the town for some lays, having just reiturned from shearing at a station down the iIMuriray. River. On Saturday iiorning, before day. light, Mrs. Viinesn, who lives in a house near the lower township, was awakened by hearing a noise in her bedroom, and saw the accused standinig by he Iedsirde. Shie attemlited to scream, when the accused cauglit her by the throat and beat heri sieverely alioit the face, cutting it, aid blackeoning one of her eyes. He then decatiiped dil Mrs. Vinen soon afterwards notified the poliote, who kept a shirp look ont for the follow, but as the description given was not very accunrate it was a difficult matter to seenre the right manil, as thliere lihappenqed to be' tao half-castes about the town. Driing the afternoon, Mr. David Mlnu...

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STATE OF THE RIVERS. HEIGHT ABOVE SUMMER LEVEL. [BY TELEGRAPH.] Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 8 October 1889

STATE OF THE RIVERS. IIEIGnr ABOVE SUoMMr LE'IEL. lRY TELEGRAPII.] lionday. 1d1UEAT. Lt; in. AI1unry L Rcluzuca . 29 4 Swan lil ' ..13 .1 Eusto~i :. .. 25 5 (.unr.nun0J. . Seymour- .. .6 .. 6 0 No .. - .. 10 6 y .. . 18 3 IRalrnald ..- 15 4 Menindi -.. 25 2 Wentworth . 22 2 Wilcannia .. .. 10 8

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PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 8 October 1889

PARLIA MENT. ----- The Legislativo Council transacted a large amount of business at its sitting on Wednes day. Sir Benjamin Benjamin, the newly. elected member for the Melbourne Provinect, was introduced and took his seat. The fol lowing bills were read a second time and passed through theit remaining stages:-The Victorian Government Stockl Bill, the hail way Melbosurne Lands Exchange Act Anmend nment Bill, the Elsternwick t'ublic Lands Exchange Bill, and thei Municipal Over drafts (Indemnity) Bill. The last-namred measure was not passed - without comment. Mr. Ilell, in ioving the second reading, ad uittedl that the principle of the bill, whichl indemnified muniecipal councils for illegal overdlrafts, was a wrong one, and Mr. Ser vice pointed out that when a similar measure was passed last session, thie Government assured Parliament that the circunmstance would not be allowedl to occur again. -The Council, ]ie urged, while passing the bill, should Ido something to inldicate to the m...

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LATEST CABLEGRAMS. THE NEXT AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN. COLONIAL GOVERNORSHIPS. THE WHITECHAPEL MURDERS. THE LONDON WOOL SALES. THE ROTTERDAM DOCK LABORERS' STRIKE. A NOVELTY IN "STRIKES." PRESENTATION TO SEARLE. ELECTIONS IN AMERICA. THE NEW GOVERNOR OF VICTORIA. THE VICTORIAN DEFENCES. THE SITUATION IN EUROPE. A NEW RUSSIAN LOAN. THE SCULLING CHAMPIONSHIP. ANOTHER LONDON STRIKE IMPENDING. EXPLOSION ON A RIVER STEAMER. CYCLONE IN THE GULF OF MEXICO. London, Oct. 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 8 October 1889

LATEST CABLEGRAMS. THE NEXT AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN. COLONIAL GOVERNORSHIPS. THE VI1TECIIHAPEL MURDERS. -THIE LONDON WOOL SALES. TEE ROTIEERDAM D)OCK LAIIOREIIS' STRIKE. - A NOVELTY IN "STRIKES." I'IIESIINTATION TO SEARLE. ELECTIONS IN AMERICA. THIE NEW GOVERNOR OF VICTORIA. THE VICTORIAN DEPENCIES. THE SITUAlION IN EUROPE. A NEW RUSSIAN LOAN. THE SCULLING CIIAMPIONSHIP. ANOTIIER LONDON STRIKE IMPEND ING. EXPLOSION ON A RIVER STEAMER. CYCLONE IN TILE GULF OF MEXICO. (5I1oR AROUS AND AGE COIILESP'ONDENTS.) London. Oct. 2. Mr. C. W. Alcoek, of the County Cricket Council, states that there will be no difliculty in arranging a programo.of imatches for the Austnrliin Eleven, who, it is proposed, lshould visit Englanld nest year, as nill the leading counties are asxious to play againssth- Australians. Sir, CIhailes"C. Lces. Governor: of Bnr hadoes,'.suiccds Sir JIohn Pope Hennessy as Gorversor of Mauritins, Mr. W. J. Sendall, the Governor of the Windward Islands, going to Rarbadoes. Sir W. F. '...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. DAIRY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 8 October 1889

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

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 8 October 1889

COOK'S Cheap Excursion Train to Ade laide and Blroken Hill will lenave MeIl bourne on Wcdncsday, 18th October, 1889. First class, 4:2; second class, £1 ia. Return Fares, Melbourne to BIroken Hill-First class, £1 Is; second class. £C Cs. See hand bills, also Coolk's "Australasian Tmrvellcrs' Gazette," post free from Thos. Cook and Son, 281 Collins-street, Melbourne. 9176 SOARD AND RESIDENCE for respecl L table young men. Apply J. C Cavaunagh,Rangoon Cottage, Scoresby Street Kerang. Terms moderate. 91 COOK'S Cheap Excursion Train to Sydney w bill leacv Melbourne on 'Thursday, October 17th. - First class, £; second class, £2. See handbills, also Cook's "Australa sina Travellers' Gazette." post free from Thos. Cook and Son, 281 Collins-street, Mel bourne. 947 TRAGOWEL RAILWAY STATION TOWNSHIP ALLOTMEuNTS FOR SALE FULL particulars may be ohbtained frome A. M'INTOSH. 35 Triagowel. Special Adertisements. MlI DICAL. DR T. M. AUSTIN, PUBLIC VACCINATOR, , AY be consulted Daily at hi. Surgery ...

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SWAN HILL SHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY, 7TH OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 8 October 1889

1 SWAN- HILL SHIRE COUNCIL. loebDir, 71'n Ocron.e. f Present-Crs. Hiughes (president) Yco, Collen, hastings, O'Donnell Patchcll and Horsfall. Cr. rPatchelt introdned oir. Dunstan, lrecently elected for the West Loddon riding. Ho considered the ratopsiyers had elected a good man, and hle trusted;they awould work well together for the interests of their riding. Cr. Dunstan returned > thanks, and trustedl he would prove a satisfactory councillor to the rateopayers. Uedid not know a great deal abont the conncil busi ness, bLit he was glad that hlie and Cr. Horsfall had a goo l colleagnue in Cr. Patelhell, who would see that they did nothing to injure the -interests of the rate payers of their riding. . lie then took his secat. 'the minutes of; the previous, meeting were read and confirmed. .ACCOUNTS. " The fin;ance committee recomniended paymient of accounts as follows :-Genoral account,,. shire council, '£836 4s lOd; trainmway, £1213Us 2d; board of health, £25 8s id. The rate collec...

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