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MELBOURNE MARKET REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 15 October 1889

MIELBOURNE MARIKET tREPORTS.. The Australasian 'Mortgage and Agency Company, Ltd., report, Oct. 9th :--eol. Satisfactory telegrams continue to be re 3 ceived fro? 'London in reqard to thie progress '?.ricOc-e5.?ol.i, ,til, current. n.Z riorti, of stles - are to lhand this day indicating a degree of firmnessin tiemarket fully supporting report. Sheepskins.--lutchers' green lambs (thirds), to is 6d each; seconds, is 94, to 2s 3d each; do firsts, 2s id to 2s 9d each ; do superior, is each ; do green skins (thirds), 3s lid to 5s G(i cacht; do seconds,5s li to Gs3d cacht; do firsts, f;s ld to 7s id each ; do superior, to 8s. )ry skins, country consignments-Lambs, 3d1 to lId per lb; crossbred, 2d to 5.d ; fine cross bredt and comebackl, 3d to 7Pd ; merino, 3d to 7'd. Hides.-Ordinary Victorian salted. 2?,1 to 2ud per lb ; do dirty. 2d per 1I ; do heavies, 2jd to 3,d per lb; do kip, 2.id to 2td per lb ; do calf skins, (light), to 5d per Ili; dlo calf skins (heavy), to aid per ll; New Zealan...

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
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TRIALS OF REAPERS & BINDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 18 October 1889

TRIALS OF REAPERS & BINDERS. As previously announced in those columns, the field trial of reapers and binders exhibited at the recent Korang show will take place to-day, at two o'clock sharp, in Mr. J. T. Turner's pad dock, adjoining the Loddon Bridge. At a meeting of the corimmittee of the Kerang Agricultural:: Society, hold at the secre tary's office on Wednesday evening last, it was resolved that the trial of machines, driven- by exhibitors (experts excluded), for special prizes of £5 and T2, open to farmers within the Shires of Swan Hill and Gordon, be hold in Mr. Patcholl's paddock on Saturday, 26th inst. Ar rangemeonts as to the judging, etc., were made, and the meeting closed. Our Pyramid correspondent writes under Tuesday's date :-A field trial of reapers and binders took place to;day at Mineha, in Mr. Stone's paddock. Five machines competed, each having three acres of hay to cut, which was successfully accom plished under two hours and a half. There was a large gath...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 18 October 1889

S::"7 ALE'OF, CROWN LANDS& .... A salheofCib;in aiaLls ? in fee-simple was conducted at the Court-house, Kerang, on Tuesday last, by Mr. A. A. Lester, when the i following lots were suf mitted : Tows LOTS. Kerang, parish of Kerang, county of Gunbower. Upset price, .£25 per acre ; charge for survey, £1. Lot 1, area 3r. 36 p., allotment 5, section 27; valuation, -L220.-M. P. Treacey, upset. Pyramid Hill, parish of Terrick Terrick West, county of Gunbower. Upset price, £3 per acre ; charge for survey, £1. Lot 2, area 5a. Ir. 3 6-10p.,suburban allotmeiht 2.-A. B. Fry, upset. Lot 3, area 5a. Or. 23 3-10p., suburban allotment 3.-A. B. Fry, upset. Koondrook, parish of Murrabit, county of Gunboweio Upset price, £8 per acre ; charge for survey, £1.. Lot 4 ; area 2a. 2r., allotment 18n, section E ; valuation, £75.-C. Arbuthnot, upset. ., Parish of M\incha West, county of Gun bower. Upset price. £6 per acre; charge for survey, £3 10s Gd. Lot 5. Area 3a., allotment 7A.; valuation, £500....

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 18 October 1889

GOVERAMENT GAZETTE.; The follivingitems of local interest ap. peared in lastoweek's Gazele : Renewal of :licenses approved.--W.I Copland, 20a.; W. H.' Gerrand;' 20a.,; W. ,i; Gerrand, <20a.. Edwanrd Eagle, 20.1.; Chester Eagle, 20a.; Edward Eagle, 20a ; Edward Eagle, 20a.; Chester Eagle, 20a.; Clhoitbr Eagle ; 20:.; E.^ A. Bennett, 20a.; E. A. Bennett, 20a.; R. Gerrand, Jr;, 20a.; It. Gerrand, :Jr., 20a.;. R Ger rand, Jr.; 20a.; Margaret Burnett, .20a:, Benjeroop; Ann Clough, 20a.. Dartagook; Jolin Haw, 14a.; Mologa; John WMKay, 20a.; -Margaret M'Kay, 209., Murrabit; Archbold M'Phersou, 20a., Kerang. "'Applications for licences approved. Jane GSadsden, residence and garden, 1~. Sr. 88p., Korang ; James fLalor, teside.nei site, Sp., M urrabit. . . Transfer of licences approveod-John M'Ivor to Samuel Sims, three blocksq 825a., 640a., and 2020a.. '-: Transfers registered.- Win. Honlihan to F. Westblado, Jr., 320a. Or. 37p., Mur rabit West; Laurence Kinnano to -Vm. Newstead, ...

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GORDON SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 18 October 1889

GORDON SHIRE COUNCIL. The following is a copy of the monthly report of the shire engineer: (Mr. 'A. B. F ry) snbinitted at thelast meeting of the above council: 1. Since your last meeting the following contracts have been completed--(l) Eagnall, formation and culvert in east and west road between M'Govern's and Colonel Anderson's. (2) It. Cairns, excavation of 1500yd. tank at junction of Cole, Baird and Craig's land, parish of Glenloth. (3) P. O'Donnell, | clearing one mile of road between O'Don. nell's and lirereton's, parish of Glenloth. (4) | J. Ferguson, culvert on east and west road, south of James Cox's, Terrick Terrick. (5) J. Fdr?lson; repairs to Timm's Lake ch'annel. (fl) J. Ferguson, short formation and drain east of Dwyer's hotel. (7) R. H. Crowe,small box culvert and raising formation in road through the lime holes. (8) W. Brocking shaw, formation and clearing between him self and Andrews', parish of Boort.-Cr. Bnurnes 'disapproved of the letting of con tracts by agreeme...

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COOL STORAGE ARRANGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 18 October 1889

CooL STonRta Aarttto4iý*1 i-tr =The Railway department has had 2'c? oboling stores for the receipt of. perishable dairy irodioee coistructed at varon"s centres throughout the country, and abnt. 12 more are rapidly approaching completion. Some of them are biilt `of terra cotta-'? bricks, and others of double'wooden walls~ with the intervening space filled with-`' charcoal.. It is probable that tenders will shortly be let for: the coistruction "of about 20 additional stores of the same description. It is intended to erect 'a large terminal shed at "Spencer-street Station, to be kept cool by artificial means, but at present the matter is at a stand still, pending.a report on the whole sub. ject of cool storage and carriage being pre: pared by \lr; Speight, based on his obseor": vctions in the United States during his recent trip through that country.': It is' considered that very:few,' if any, of the" proposed refrigerating cars- for the cabr riage of butter, eggs, cheeoose; etc., ivil...

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SANDHURST ASSIZE COURT. SANDHURST, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 18 October 1889

SANDHURST ASSIZE COURT. [Br ELECTRIC TELEGRAPIH.] (FR.O OU eu onT COr.srPONDE?T.) SaNDIIURST, Thursday. The court opened this morning at ten o'clock, before. His Honor Mr. Justice Kerferd. Very little progress has been made in the case against William M'Carron and his daughter, who stand charged with wilful murder. It cannot possibly conclude before to morrow night. TIje case of Smith v. the Swan Hill Shire Council will not be heard before Saturday or Monday. Mr. Box and Dr. Quick are engaged for Smith, and Messrs. M'Dermott and Pennefalther for the shire.

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TRAGOWEL CHEESE FACTORY COMPANY, LIMITED. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 18 October 1889

IRAGOWEL : CHEESE -!.FACTORYT COMPANY, LIMITED. The or.linary half-yearly general meet ing of shareholders in the above company was held in the factory on Monlday, 30th September, the total nulnber of shares represented being 970. Mr. T. Cnrlett occupied the chair. The minutes of the previous half-yearly meeting were read and confirmed, oii the motion of Ir. T. Peel, seconded by MIr. Myhill. " The following directors' ireport and balance-slheet were read : DImrcrTOIis' REPORT. Your directors have much pleasurd in snlunitting their half-yearly report and balance-sheet for your approval and adop tion. The success of the factory is now fairly established. The preliminary difi culties incidental to starting the industry? in our midst have been overcome. The business is now on a solid footing, lhaviin the newest and best appliances for :the successfil .working of the factory. It now rests with the milk suppliers to continue their supply all'the year;round to get" the highest and best pos...

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RIFLE CLUB NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 18 October 1889

-.RIFLEO CLUB NOTES.. .. Rifle practice will take place at the Ranges to-morrow afternoon, con tmoncing at two o'clock,, andl, should a sufficient number of members turn out. a scratch match will be arranged. At a meeting of the Victorian lifle Association, held on Monday evening, the secretary reported that there was a serious falling off in the entries from members of rifle clubs as compared with those of last year. The loss in revenue would amount to about £400, and it was sur mised that the reason for this falling off was that a great many members of the clubs wore unableo to domplete 'their musketry course for the present year. . A condition of the matches was that all com petitors should have. completed their musketry course for the year, hence the inability of many rifle club men to enter. The secretary also informed the meeting that Colonel Price had sent out a memo randum to members of rifle clubs inform ing them. that the disability as to the completion of the musketry cou...

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AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 18 October 1889

AGRICULTURAL NOTES. (FRO.? OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) In the Legislative Assembly thie quos tion has been raised as to the action of the Department of Agriculturo in monopolising the refrigerating chambers of the Orient steamers for the conveyance of butter to England, anti in selecting a certain firm in Melbourne for receiving the butter from dairyinen and shipping it, and another firm for the supply of the nu cessary casks. It was asserted that the expert who wasr advising the department was interested in one of the firms referred to. The mbtter .was deferred until the Minister of Agricnlture, who is confined to his house owing to indisposition, was able to be present. Twenty-three thousand fat sheep wore yarded last week, a fair proportion being of good quality. Competition was brisk, ,and prices were. a shade higher, some primto sorts ruling' flly Gd peri head in advance of previous quotations. A few crossbred and comeback wethers from 1?s to 18s ; a few crossbred ewes from 14s Gd ...

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SERIOUS ACCIDENT ON THE KERANG LINE. PORTION OF A BALLAST TRAIN DERAILED. CONSIDERABLE DAMAGE TO THE PERMANENT WAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 18 October 1889

SERIOUS ACCIDENT ON THE KE RANG LINE. PORTION OF A BALLAST TRAIN :: DEAILED. CONSIDERABLE DAMAGE TO THE PERMANENT WAY. An accident occurred on Wednesday night to the ballast train running between lyra. mid lill and Kerang, which happily resulted only in damage to the rolling stock and per nanent way. Thile train is run hetiveen Ke eang and Pyramid 11ilI, by thie departmenit, for the purpose of conveying ballast for the Swan Hill line, the trucks belonging to tile contractors, Messrs. D. Munro and Co. At the usual time (8.20) on lthe night above mentioned, the train, consisting of the en gine and tender, twenty-three .loadlod trucks, and a gunal's van,lcft the quarries at Pyramid Hill for Kerang, mid all went well until the bridge over the Calival creek was reachedl, when the axleof tile lifteenth truck from the engine broke. The driver apparently did notnoticethat anythingwras wrong, and kept on'his way for some distance, the truck in the meantime tearing up the sleepers as it went ...

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PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 18 October 1889

PARLIAMENT. In theo Legislative Council on Tuesday, after the preliminary business, thie Public Service Act Amendment Bill was passed through its final stages and transmitted to the Assembly. The Education Law Amendment Bill was then further con sidered in committee. In the absence of Mr. Cuthbert, who was to have resumed his speech on the now clause proposed by Mr. Balfour, providing foe' the introduc tion of Scripture lesson books into the state schools, the clause was negatived on the voices, Mr. Balfour not being present bt the. time. He subsequently lhal the bill re-con~nitted, and the clause was re Considered, with the resilthllat-ona'adivi sion it was rejected by 22 votes to 11. Mr. Illingworth proposed an alteration of the principal act, so as to allow school teachers who may be disposed to give religious in struction in their schools after school hours to do so, and after some discussion the proposal was agreed to by 18 votes to 13. The bill passed its third reading, and wa...

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LATEST CABLEGRAMS. THE LONDON DOCK STRIKE. RUSSIA AND GERMANY. THE REVOLT IN CRETE. BULGARIAN AFFAIRS. PAYMENT OF MEMBERS. THE AUSTRALIAN SQUADRON. THE CRONIN MURDER TRIAL. SCULLING RACE IN ENGLAND. THE NEW HEBRIDES. THE SCHOOLBOY STRIKE COLLAPSING. THE EUROPEAN SITUATION. THE CHARGE AGAINST LORD GALLOWAY. THE LONDON MUSIC HALLS. London, Oct., 14. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 18 October 1889

LATEST CABLEGRAMS. .- TIHE LONDON-DOCK STRIKE. RUSSIA-AND GERMANY. Till : EVOLT IN CRETE. P.ULGARIAN AFFAIRS. PAYMENT OF MEMBllERS. TIlE AUSTRALIAN SQUADRION. TIHE ClROIN MURDERI TRIAL, SCULLING RACE IN ENGLAND. TIlE 'NEW\' IIEil:IIDES. TIIE SCIIOOLTBOY STRIKE COLLA1'. SING. TIlE EUROPEAN SITUATION. THE CIIARGE .AGAINST LORD GAL LOWAY. THE LONDON ,MUSIC HALLS. (F'ROM ARGUS AND AGE CORRESPOnDENTs.) London, Oct.,14. A searching investigation has been made by an. exportl.nccpontant, at tilhe suggestion of Mr., Burns, into the dis trilution of the.funds collected for the relief of sufferers during the recent strike of the laborers employed in the. London Docks, and it has been found- that tilhe whole of the money has behoen honestly dis bursed. A strong and successful: move nint is now on foot for tile' federation of all the trades finder the renovated Trades and Labor Comincil of London. Mr. John Burns claims that the recent strike amsongg the London dock laborers has had the effect of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 18 October 1889

Trad Addrcosscs. TO FAURMERS. ADAMS AND CO NOTIFY that on account of the valuable and important improvements made in WOODS' REAPERS AND BINDERS A large demand is anticipated. Orders must be given early to the above to ensure a supply f Woods' Howard's and Iornsby's machines C STRIPPERS, WINNOWERS and REAPING MACHINES applied: at lowest rates and terms from Nicholson, Mlunro, T. Robinson and Co., I Mutchinson ;and Walker, Lennon, Bluncle and other well known Implement makers. Harvest'l'ools, and parts of Machinery, Oile, Lubricating Greases,etc.,eonstantly on hand. Large Supplies of Wire. Timber, Iron, Doors, Windows, Broad Palinge; Geelonug Lime, etc., roumongery, Dry Colors, Paints, Varnishes, rushes, and large assortment of.new Paper hangings, cheaper than ever. "-INo EItS'. und:WERTHEIM'S celebra ted SEWING MACHINES supplied All duplicates. Needles, Oils, etc., in stock Agents for the National Fire Insurance Lh. of New Zealand. flC. KEM PzS ON C.E. OIVIL ENGINEER, AROU ITEOT AND ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 18 October 1889

Trado .ddrosses. TUE W 1 OL ES ALE ý2LOTHING CO. yo!y TW DEDS:ES : COATINGS TWEEDS".. COATINGS 'i: t :: TWEEDS: , COATINGS. BLUE antd FANCY SERGES. B LUE and FANCY SNUERGES. BLUE atid FANCY SERGFS. SBlue a nd Fancy Berges. AND ENORMOUS STOCK.." SOUR-. OWN . TM ORTINO.. SFLHE Assortment of SPRING an I SUMlIER GOODS is heyond doubt' th be'hst ever sooenin the colonies. As usual we have a large staff of the 'Best Cutters & Workmen S IN VICTORIA. ALL.. WOOL TWEED ROUSERS. (to order), 12s Gil. :ALL WOOL TWEED SUITS ('o order), 46s. WRITE FOR SAMiLES. O -r -Traveller Visits the District every Two ifontI:s. . J.: T. MIDDLETON, General Man ger. DENN RYS, LASCELLES, AUSTIN & COY., WOOL BROKERS, GEELONG. TH I lAlIhRKEf FOR WESTERN DIS T?; ICT WOOL. . t. i tns. .LsT.SAso - 27,620 DB.A. L E S WOO L. S' O Provide for the increase likely to occur Sin the sales thisseason, wvehave erected further large additions to our Warehouse; besides New Auction Room,- opening into Siample IFlo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 18 October 1889

Government Notices. lDep.rtment of Victorian Water Supply, Melbourne, 16th Septlemher, 1889. PEI:ENIIINAIRY NOTICE TO CONT'IAC TOIRS. rul EN1)EIIS will hbe called shortly for the Sconstructiou of the First Section, in cluding about three miles of tie Main Supply Ch;nn ' ; and also for aboult eight miles of the Mlacorna Channel, in connection with ithe " K.ow SwamnpNational Works." Printed copies of the specieications, and schedules of quantities, and lithographed copies of the drawings, will be obtainable abotl the begintnig of October. proximo, and tenders will he returnable alout a fort night later. The first of these contrants will comprise thse,xcavation of a channel 415 feet wide at Ie?d. with a mean do2|1 t oefabontl8 ftnnd side slopes of IA to 1, and will also includo hiend stiice, bridges, etc. The second will conm pris tie excavation of a channel with a bed width of lid feet, and a depth of 5 feet 6 inches. and side slopes of 2 to 1. It will also include flume, bridges, cro...

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THE DEFENCES OF THE COLONY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 18 October 1889

THE DEFENCES OF THE COLONY. Major-General Edwards, who has been inspecting the defence forces of the   Australian colonies under instructions from the Imperial authorities, has furnished a report to the Acting Governor on the   Defense Force of Victoria, a:nd certain   suggestions on the organisation of the   military forces of the colonies; which, with the consent of His Excellency, the Premier has handed to the press. Major-General Edwards considers that the Australian colonies offer such a rich and tempting prize, that if they had to rely upon their own rescources they would certainly be called upon to fight for their independence, and without any cohesion or power of   combination in the various colonies, their   position would be one of great danger. Major-General Edwards therefore recommends that the defence forces should be   at once placed on a proper footing by such an organisation as...

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PANNOOBAMAWM. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 18 October 1889

PANNOOBAMAWM.   (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT) We are just on the point of harvest once more. Most of the crops are already out in ear, and haymaking will commence next week. The crops look splendid, and are, in many cases, higherthan the fences. There are a few really grand looking pad- docks of oats and barley. It is premature to gush over the probable yields, as many things may happen between this time and harvest, but, judging by appearances, a good year is in store for the farmers. The district has been kept lively lately with tea meetings, etc. Last Wednesday the Church of England people celebrated their anniversary with a tea and cantata. The tea was splendidly got up and re- flected credit on the various ladies who donated the tables. After tea the church was fitted up for the cantata. This piece was called"The Babes in the Basket." Mrs. Jones, of Sandhurst, sang the solo parts, and, as usual, gave great satisfac- tion. The reading was in the hands of the Rev. Mos...

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STATE OF THE RIVERS. HEIGHT ABOVE SUMMER LEVEL. [BY TELEGRAPH.] Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 18 October 1889

STATE OF THE RIVERS. HEIGHT ABOVE SEA LEVEL   [BY TELEGLRAPH.]   - Monday..   Murray ft in.   Albury 12'0" Echuca 26' 10" Swan Hill 13' 5" Euston 27' 0" MURRUMBIDGEE         Wagga ~ 12' 0" Hay 13' 4" Balranald 16' 5"      

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE MARKET REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 18 October 1889

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE MARKET REPORTS. Messrs. Binney Nicoll and Co., Chaff Merchants 56 Spencer-street, report :-Chaff has not been coming forward in such large quantities during the past week, consequently     prices have firmed a little. We quote prime green up to £6 5s ; medium, £4 10s tn .t:O 10 ; inferior. :lO.s pwar:Nls ; oats. New Zealand, :s' 7ild ; Victorians , 's l5d ; wheat, prime, 5 4ld; prime Sydney seed maize, 5s; Peas,; r libran. Is0p1 ; pollard, Is 3½d. _ r t Is:

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