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Kerang Times. Published Tuesdays and Fridays. WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 11 October 1889

Published Tuesdays and Fridays. WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. ,FRDA Y, OCTOBER 11, ZSSO. CoIUPA IrRIuATION TRUsT.-The de pnt:itiol appointed at ttie last. meeting ,of the Cohuna Irrigatin Trust (tie chairman, Cmr. Klirwan, and CmOr. F. Westblade), to vance of money to enable the : ust to proceed with its works, introduced by Mr. M'Coll,M.L.TA.,waited upon the Chief See retary on \\ednes:ay. . Mr. Deakin said he would look into the accounts of the expenditure, and if hle lound everything regular hte wonllJ comnily with the relqulSt of the depulation. SwAN HILL POLICE CounT.-At the Swan 1111il Police Court on LFriday last (before Major Blartrop, P.M., and Mr. W. Wood, J.P.) Peter Hosking. rabbit inspec tor for the Shire of Swan Hill, proceeded against D. A. Ilayes for not destroying the rabbits on his land at Lake Iioga. There was no appearance of defendant, who was fined. 5, and. 2 4s. 6d. costs. Mr. leHos king also, in hIis capacity as thistle in spector, proceeded against G. W. Boys for ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 11 October 1889

The Stud. TO STAND this Season at the Owner's farm, Bcnjeroop, the well-known Clydesdale Stallion ROCHFORD CHAMPION Terms-Mares led, £3; paddocked, £3 10s. Half when stinted, balance when mare proves in foal. Guarantce given if desired. Mares met at Garden's Livery Stables at 2 p.m. every Friday. M. KELLY, Benjeroop. TO STAND TITIS SEASON, at the Gilbert Club Hlotel, Kcmnug. the hlloed Horse. EMERALD, B Y Occle, by Horror (inmp.), by Wild Dayrell (in Her Majesty's stud at Hampton Court); dam, Jenny Lind. by Stugganh (imp.). cost 800 guineas in Eng land, and was well-known in the Western district as issuing some grand cross country horses. This horse is getting some good stock, which are good hacks, and will get stock with size for use on the farm, for, ,cIndia, and,"remountlhorsmcs, .e,beiug,,iu size soiitu i ivi gee m- ... -° r t season, as from his lines in breeding have come Malua, Rufus, Newstead,. Coriolanus. Wild Eagle, Neakcrsgat. Aldingo, Talk-o-hIill. Treag Eagle (imp.), Bu...

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SWAN HILL SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 11 October 1889

SWAN HILL SHIRE COUNCIL. 4 Tihe following is the balance of report cl of the council meeting, held on Monday I last, unavoidably crowded out of our pre- t( vious issue:- o ENoGTEER'S REPORT. The engineer (Mr. C. E. Albrecht) re ported as follows--1. I have the honor to report that very little progress has been made " with shire contracts since your last meeting, the floods having rendered it practically im possible to do any road work. As the water a is now subsiding I purpose urging on thle completion of all contracts ljt.-Received. 1 2. I visited Sandhills Lake, and made a thorough inspection of tile Lake Look-out drain as far as the main road, and surveyed a straight channel through the swamp, and a contract has since been let to Mfr. D. Gamble for cleaning out and completing the drain for Z£-; 5s, the work to be com leted by the 14th inst. You will, however, have to make provision for a bridge over the offtake into the Sandlills Lake, on the main I road, to keep the traffic open...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 15 October 1889

Tia.o a Cltdxosos. TO FARMINERS. ADAMS AND CO TOTIFY that on account of the valuable and important improvements made in WOODS' All ftEAPERS AND BINDERS A large demand is anticipated. Orders must ho given early to the above to ensure a supply CO o f Woods' Howard's and Hornsby's machines STRIPPERS, WINNOWERS and REAPING MACHINES upplied at lowest rates and terms from Ag Nicholson, Munro, T. Robinson and Co., Hutchinson and Walker, Lennon, Bunelo and other well known Implement makers. Hlarvcst Tools, and parts of Machinery, Oils, Lubricating Greases,etc,,constantly on hand. Large Supplies of Wire. Timber, Iron, Doors, Wihdowsl Broad Palings, Geelong Lime, etc., ronmougery, )Dry Colors, Paints, Varnishes rushes, and large assortment of;new Paper hangings, cheaper than ever. INGER'S and WERTHEIM'S colobra ted SEWING MACHINES supplied All duplicates, Needles, Oils, etc., in stock Agents for the National Piro Insurance Uo. of New Zealand. H C.E? P. ONC C.E. CIVIL EN'INEER, ARCHITECT p d A...

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GORDON SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 15 October 1889

GORDON SHIRE COUNCIL. The ordinary monthly meeting of the above was held on Tuesday last, at Dinr hanl Ox. Present--The president (Cr Kelly) and Ors. hear, Kenmp, M(G:iliivray. Mfalones Blarnes, Andrews, Pickles and Nixon. CORRdIsrPONDENcE. Front Depirlment 6 of1'iillic works, in titoaiting that it was considered aldvisable that t1h council should tmake fcresh appli cation for compensation for flood da(io ages. Tile necessary estintate "of lslliage done thal bheqo forwarned. lReceivedl. F].roni saiiio depatlilient, inforlntiit the conlnil thal the question of the advis;bility of re-eaclting the tlnnicilpal Overdrafts Indemnity Act had been referred for the consideration of the Premier. Cr. An. Iroews refet red to the mannor in which the overldraft haid been ron up durin." the year. Ile would not keep his seat an I feel himself personally liable. lie was not going to put up with the anxiety lie had sullffered of late. In looking ait th accounts . presented that day, lihe found thatt ...

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LONDON DOCK LABORER'S STRIKE FUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 15 October 1889

Loxnox Doc1 T VnoelORt's SttlulE FUND - Thie locul..L ea.B?ii (Mr. D. .lawthorne) ack?tioledges,'the receip t ,of .£firoim Mr. .Tis. Cualert, of S ailihirst, on belialf .of the hovce- found : roi.at'i'sj rILLS.- Important for the delicate.-It is dilliciilt to determine which is the inore tryhig to the human constitu tion, thedamnp, icold days of autumn and Wititcr " thc keei:ndir3; ea?sterly" winlds of spri ng. Throughout tlie seasons good health y lie m* nitllci n by occasional doses of -Tloty-a"? Pilli, wlich purify the blood and a:t a?s wlioleilme ttimltiants to the skin. stomach. 'liver. bowoels i?tdl kidneys. This ??,cleblrmteil timelicine, needs hut, fair trial d.to cinvince theniling'and ilespoiuditig thait it will restore and chleci them without diiln i er,'pain or ioneouvenicice. No fidily slioild Ie , it?ih?ot a si?ipply of Ho?lloway's .Plillsa nd.Oietm?teni s" ya timiely recourse It?lliii the iitrt erring functiin may he re :cai iicidl, ifferinglmiy' he -spred, und life

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BENJEROOP. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 15 October 1889

BENJEROOP. (FROM3OUR OWN CORR.SPONiDENT.) ITaynmlaing hasslarted in several parts of the district. Farmeirs have coin merted cutting at the earliest possible moment, as they are anxious to get their chaff into the market at once, so as to take advantage of the present high prices, as there is certain to be a great fall in a few weel:s' time, when everybody will he haymaking. Another reason for the early cutting is that rust has made its appear ance in the crops, and the farLuers, pro liting by the experience of the year lefore last, have determined not to let it get the hold it did then, when many fine crops were destroyed by its ravages. Owing to tile splendid season, the crops in every part of the district are exceptionally good. Trrigation has not been required, i: s the rainfall has proved sufficient for all re quirements. A very expensive item in tie raising of crops has thus been s.ve.l. Great surprise hans been expressed, both by the residents of this and adjoining dis tricts...

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KERANG AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 15 October 1889

.LERANG AGRICULTURAL' SOCIETY.-ThO prizes won at the recent agricultural show are now payable at the otlice of the sec retary to the society, Mr. G. Adams, Scoresby-street.

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PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 15 October 1889

PARLIAMENT. When the IIouse mot on Thursday, Mr. Taylor was in his place, prepared to move the aldjournuoent of the Hotuse to enable hIim to bring forward some reasons why sentence of death upon Robert Lan-lells for the Hingwood tmurder should not he carried into execution. IIe found, how ever, that there were not twelve memnlbers in thle Chamber prepared to slpport hlim, in aceeorlance with the standing orders, and therefore was reluctantly compelled to defer the motion until a later stage. TIte way was thos cleared forGovernmnut business, and the House immnediately went into Commttitltee of Supply for the further consideration of the ]Estimatles. The votes for the Department of Agricul ture, excepting those for the proposed honuses, which were postponed, were agreed to before the adjoncnment for dinner, and between half-past 7 and half past 10 the items for tihe Railway depart inent wore disposed of. The Speaker" ha?vin, romenowl, Lto chair, Mr. Taylolragrain endeavored to move th...

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STATE OF THE RIVERS. HEIGHT ABOVE SUMMER LEVEL. [BY TELEGRAPH.] Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 15 October 1889

STATE OF THE RIVERS. 11.10111 AnoinF'. S9oMarS LRThi.. Lz :In TEL]EG][APII.ý 'MAondyn. Al itirbury 12 0 I ~iich ii 27 5, Swm lull1- 3 flostoti . . 26 10 Gourarulls Snymnour .. .. 10 slayI . report It:Llraflald .. . ... 10 0 5fcnindie . - ]) -". . 22 Wentwtrorth..23 1 n~ilnn~ln~l ::~:1~.-.8 28

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RIFLE CLUB NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 15 October 1889

RIFLE CLUB NOTES. The second cohnptitioin for the trophy presented by the captain (Mr. J. G. lundle) took place on Saturday last, the ranges being 200, 500 and 000 yards, seven shots at each. The atmospherical con ditions were not in favor of the marks men, the light being bad and the wind very variable, and the shooting in conse queunce was only falirly good. Mr..1. W. Stranger made an excellent score of 81 off the rifle, and secured the trophy, Messrs. 11. Crawford and J1. G. Rundle, each with 77 to their credit, being second and third respectively. The following are the scores: Nanme. J. W. Strauger . .. 27 21 s81 s 81 R. Crawford ... ..21; 20 31 77 sc 77 J. 0. .undle .. .. 2 7 21 77 s 77 J. Coleman .. 1.. 25 21 I5 i 70 J. 1B. ]Ferguson.. . 27 15 15 57 10 ti DI). G. li ttray .. .2 18 21 65 se 5 C. Iempson .. .. 17 11 17 53 10 03 W. J. Pavey . ..11 1 51 30 1 J. A. lacKceddie .. 20 12 18 56 3 5 G. Iawthorne .. .. 18 12 17 47 12 51i I). \V. Wiillianmson .. 21 ; 1: 18 5 1 T. Wilson ....

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LATEST CABLEGRAMS. THE GERMAN ARMY ESTIMATES. GENERAL BOULANGER INVITED TO CANADA. THE SCHOOLBOYS' "STRIKE." RACING IN ENGLAND. RUSSIA AND GERMANY. THE CZAR IN GERMANY. THE LONDON WOOL SALE. THE EIGHT HOURS SYSTEM IN ENGLAND. THE LONDON MUSIC-HALLS. THE ROWING CHAMPION. POLITICS IN FRANCE. London, Oct. 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 15 October 1889

LATEST CABLEGRAMS. Tlll IGERMAN AhltV ESTI'IMATES. OGXNI RAI: IOULA.GERi" INVITEDI TO CANADl)A. Till 8lHOO 1i0OYS' "STRI E?,." lt..?i'.c ix N,'d ',AD. IRUSSIA ANI) (RIllIMANY. Ill, CZAIR IN UtltMiMANY. "T.113 I.ONJON \,WOOL SATJE'. I?Hil I dir(T .Ho.uliS sV'STJi1M IN . EN LAN,.\D. 1Ti LONIiON IUSC-IIHALLS. 'THE ROWING CIIHAMPION. I OLI'TICS IN FrANCE. (piior AnGus AMs AGE COnrESPOD.:NTrs.) London, Oct.. 10. In connection ,with the German army estimates, it is ollicially announ ced that no provision will be made for stn increase in the number of men, but that 120,000,000: marks (.CG,000,000) will be required for new artillery and amnunition. A -number of sympathisers with General Boulanger amongst the Frenchh-Canadian population of Mont lreal, in Ci.n'dith lave invited him to leave Jorsey and take up his residence in that city.. ' ?he " strike" of boys, attending tile schools under the Scotch School Board, which recently took place in Glasgow a:md Aberdeen, iin manifestation of their...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. DAIRY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 15 October 1889

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. D1AIRY I'RODUCE. The butter and egg marl et is fairly sup plied. riee.s for the former are now quotel at id per lb for good quality, and for the ter a per at; hd ter dozen.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 15 October 1889

. Trado .Addossos. TUIE WHO)LESALE CLOTHING CO. . -od' " i . . t o TWEEDS COATINGSo TWEEDS COATINGS . ..TWEEDS COATINGS TWEEDS COATINGS. BLUE-- and FANOY SERGES. BLUE.-andl FAN CY SERGES. BLUE and -FANCY SERGFS. Blue and Fancy Serges. AND ENORMOUS STOCK. OUR OWN IlMPORTING. THE 'Assortment of SPRING an L SUMMIER RGOODS 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 TROUSERS (to order), 12s Gd. ALL , WOOL TWEED SUITS (to order), 40s. c WRITE FOR SAMPLES. Our Traveller Visits the District every Two Months. J. T. MIDDLETON, General Man ger. TAILORING. P. DOYLE, TAILOR AND IIABITMAKEII, E1IGS Respectfully to notify the public of Kerang and District that lie lus commeancl business as a Tailor antl Habit Maker at Wellington Street. Kerang,'and by strict attention to business, and guarantee as to perfect lit, hopes to share a fair propor tion of public patronage. Fine Assortment of Tweeds, Clolhs, ...

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WOOL SALE TELEGRAM. Melbourne, October 10. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 15 October 1889

WOOL SALE TELTEIIGIAM. Melbourne, October 10. The New Zealand Toan and Mercantile Agency Company, Limited, held their open ing wool sale to-day, when they olTered a catalogue of "1470 bales, chielly clipped, from New Soulh Wales and Queensland, to a crowded attendance of English, foreign and American buyers. Conmpetitiomn was most animated tlhroughout, and 4ill7 bales w re disnose:l of at a high range of prices. Greasy realised as high as 1.1d. paid for 8 bales of blight showy combing from near Ilnmilton. marked A A C, 121 being paid for 48 bales of Dennis' (;onn clip, a deeply grown, bulky combing wool fromn near Keorang. The bal anece of this clip sold exceptionally well, the wool showing good breeling. T'he chief line of Isis Downs. Queensland clip, also sold remnarkably well, up to 10.1. For the lead ing lot of )Derribong, 11.d was paid, a well bred, light-conditioned clip from the lMogan. In scoured some good lots were offered, anld prices realised close up to T.ondon values. T...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 15 October 1889

DEATH. HUGHES.-On the 12th October, at his resi— dence, Lessbia House, Berry Street, East Melbourne, William Hughes, solicitor (brother of D. T. Hughes, barrister-at— law, Kerang), aged 48 years.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 15 October 1889

To be well dressed is to have mounted the first step in the ladder of success. fend for patterns of choice woollens and self measurement instructions to Lincoln, Stt.art and Co., Limited, 2138 Flinders-street, Mel. bhonure. They will send them to you post free; they have tihe largest tailoring estabh lishmtent in the City. A capital Ibuiness suit to measure for ,2s. (ATer.) .1/anted. T? ANITED, Respectable Boy. Apply D. ATK INSON, Chemist, Kerang. 9:11.58 ANTED Mlan to drive Reaper and nRimier. Apply P. O'DO\ \N l:T . Royal IHotel. Kcmng. 1 WANTED KNOWN. F 3OR a severe Cough, nothing in the world .L. equals Dorman's famous Cough lix ture. It is nice, safe and certain. It. is equally efficacious in bronchitis and all chest affections. G. \I. DORMAN, CIIEMIST, Next the Theatre, Sandhurstt 9512 NOTICE TO FARIMERS. 1. EPORTS havingbeen circulated throt.gh i the district that none of this year's " Buckeye" leapers and Dindet s are obtain alde till December.- I now contradict that stateme...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 15 October 1889

JAB. M CJARTHfIY, BUTCHER, . FITZROY STREET, RERANO THE COLIEGIATEL SCHOOL PRINCIPAL MR. C. PERMAN. GLASGOW UNIVERSITY. PIANO, SINGING & VIOLIN on the systcme of the Royal Academy o Music, London, and the Conservatoriun of Milan. DRAWING & PAINTING ADVANCED CLASSES. l)OARDAND RESIDENCE. for respecl . table young . men. Apply J. C Caahnagh, Rangoon Cottage, Scoresby Street Kerang. Terms moderate. ,? The Stud. TO STAND this Season it the Owner's At farm, Benjeroop, J 1- well-known t Clydesdale Stallion ROCHFORD CI '",IPIOiN Terms-M-ares led, £3 ; i Jocked, £3 10s. Half when stintel1, lalan : when tare or proves in foal. Guarantee girt; if desired. Mares met. at Garden's Livery Stables at 2 p.m. every Friday. N1. KELLY, lbenjeroop. TO STAND 'ITIls SEASON, tt at thie Gilbert Clitb hotel. i011. th the tBlod lIise. T1 EMERALD, M Dl]Y Ocele, hy ilnrr(t.r (imp.). ly Wil .I Dayrell (in Hler Majestys stu at a, llaniptni CGnrt): dam, Jenny Lind. hyv I Stt ngnnl (itmp.). ceSt SO...

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Kerang Times. Published Tuesdays and Fridays. WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 15 October 1889

Published Tuesdays and Fridays. wrrn IL WEEILY SUPPLEMENT. -,,,----------rr-----r TUESDA Y, OCTOBER 15, 18S9. .lt,\tIT-uPOOF WVIIRE NETTING.-AS an erroneous impression appears to prevail in many quarters with regard to the pro posal to supply firmers with r.ibbit-proof wire netting on deferred payments-that 8 per cent. interest will be charged throughlout-wo have been requested to explain that such is not the case. The payments are to extend over a period of ten years, the instalments falling due on the first day of May in each year, and interest will be charged only in the event of failure to meet this engagement, the extra 8 per cent. being imposed in the form of a penalty. FATAL Il.l:ceO AccInDET.-Otr Swan Hill correspondent w\:rites that the barge Willandra, in tow of the steamer \Varad ,,ry, laden with a cargo of wool from the Murrtunbidgee, sank in the Murray, a few miles down the river from that town, on Saturday night. Unfortunately, a man naimed Johnson, who was on board th...

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THE RECENT FLOODS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 15 October 1889

THE RECENT FLOODS. -let sl a A conferenlce the outernlll of lani inter- en view betweon represpeitalties of the Pinle Hills Trrigationt trnst and the Swan HIfill Shire Council at the last leeling, of that oe hiody, was hell at the Shire i all oi ti Saturday Inst, fil tlhe plrpolse of discuns- S. I ing the host means of conilhing the f llnotd , waters of the Pyramid Croekt within the natural channel, with a view to proteect ing the trust area. The followini, bodies P were representedl :--'ine lills 'rl'st: Citrs. l"ergnsnn (cha'lirmln). M\torrison, tn Cadnseh, TTamilton, MlTliarrn., C. 11. Yeo, p and lfr. 'T..c harr" (,cretn.\-y). Cohln' to Trust:. Conirs. lhirwan? (cairtilran) and l. ra 'Westblade. Swan Ilill Shire Council: Crs. Cullen. Platehell. C. Ye., , Iforsfill, O'Df)nnell. and Messrs. T). G. iattr:ay (secretary) and C. E1. Albreet (ongllilneer). T On the motion of (nnr. Kirwan, seconded lby Cr. Cnllen, Cnii. Foru.son wtrtaselected chairnman. Mi. 'I'. lfeharln w1 ras: appointe...

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