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Kerang Times. Published Tuesdays and Fridays. WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 18 October 1889

Published Tuesdays and Fridays., WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1889.   ROBBERY AT A POST OFFICE. The police here have received intelligence that the Rowan Post Office was broken into on Tuesday, the thief, or thieves, appropriating £29 in cash, a cheque on the Commercial Bank for £3 13s., drawn in favor of W. Thompson, and some promissory note forms. - The person in charge, a Miss Thompson, who combines the duties of school teacher and postmistress, does not, it seems, reside on the premises. She   left the building apparently secure about 6 p.m. on Tuesday, and upon her return at 9 o'clock the following morning she found that an entrance had been effected, by means of remov- ing a pane of glass from the window sash and pushing back the catch. The place had evidently been thorough- ly ransacked, and the money. and documents above enumerated were missing. The mailbag had also been tampered with, but the contents were intact. CATTLE ON THE LINE....

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
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RIFLE CLUB NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 22 October 1889

RIFLE CLUB IVNOTES. The match between teams selected from the Kerang Ritfle Club and the Mounted Itilles will, as previously announced, take place on Saturday next, 26th inst., conm mnecing at 1.30 p.m. The conditions are 7 shots and a sinhtcr each at 400, 500 and 700 yards, military position, V.R.A. rules. A correspondent writes:--The final competition amongst members of the Dunhain Ox Rifle Club, for various prizes, took place on Saturday, Sept. 28th. The first prize was a silver trophy, presented by Mr. J. A. Crawford; the second also a silver trophy, presented by Mr. R. A. Maxwell; third, 10s; fourth, 5s. The conditions were six competitions at 400, 500 and 600 yards, 7 shots at each range, the four highest scores to be taken. Mr. J. A. Esler secured first prize,with a total of 311 points, Mr. F. B3. Rloyan being second,with 804, and Messrs. J. A. Craw ford and S. Esler third and fourth, with 302 each. The following are the scores: Names. ? Four . s Competitions. E I. A. Esler ....

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[BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.] SANDHURST, Monday Night. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 22 October 1889

[iiY ELECTRIC TE.LEnRAPHII.] (FRO.M OUR OWN CORRESIONDENT.) SAxoDrnsT, Monday Night. The case was concluded at six o'clock this evening. After hearing the evidence and argumntls on both sides the jldge smnmed 1up in favor of the plaintiT. ' The jury returned a verdi:t for the plaintiff, against the shire, for .2980 12,. 21., and co?ss; and also gave a verdict for the defcentidat Agriculhtral Couttcil, the plain liff to movre hereafter that the shiro pay the costs of the latter boly.

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THE M'CARRON CASE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 22 October 1889

THE M'CARRON CASE. The trial of William M'Carron and his liter Jane, for the child murder at Kaarimba, was concluded at the Sandhurst Assize Court on Friday, before His Honor Mr. Justice lKerferd. Only three or four addi tional witnesses were examined, after which Mr. C. A. Smyth reviewed the evidence in a masterly manner. Mr. Purves made a brilliant and very ingenious address in de fence of the prisoners, admitting the com mittal of the ecclesiastical offence of incest, and the guilt of both on the charge of con cealment of birth, but forcibly combatting the graver charges of manslaughter and murder, especially the latter. Mr. Smyth spoke for three-quarters of an hour, and Mr. Purves' address occupied nearly an hour and a half. Ills Honor summed up tersely, after which the jury retired. After a consultation extending over an hour and 45 minutes, the jury returned into court with a verdict of manslaughter against the male prisoner, and of concealment of birth against the daughter. O...

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FIELD TRIAL OF REAPERS AND BINDERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 22 October 1889

FIELD TRIAL OF REAPERS AND BINDERS. On Saturday last the field trial of reapers and binders exhibited at the recent Kerang Agricultural show took place in Mr. W. J. W. Patchell's paddock, adjoining the township. It was intended at first to have the competi tion in Mr. J. T. Turner's paddock, but some of lhe slewards considered the crop would not be large enough, and lMr. Patchell then placed his crop at the disposal of the com mittee. Five machines competed at the show but only three put in an appearance on the ground, viz., the Wood, Buckeye. and Massey. M?essrs.J. Ilowcroft.Wm. Lake,Thos.Yeo and W. J. Davey were appointed judges, and de cided to make the awards by points. There was a very good muster of farmers on the ground, between 80 and 90 being present. Tile test the machines were put to was rather a severe one, as the ground was very rough, and there was also a considerable amount of undergrowth to contend with. After the judges had made a thorough examination of the machine...

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AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 22 October 1889

AGRICULTURAL NOTES. (FlOM 1OUR OWN Colt\n:5PONI)ENT.) The Government has substituted a new list for the list of bounses proposed ill the estimaltes of tile Departmnent of Agricul ture. Instead of giving £174.,001 to be div-iled among the industries, the amounnt will be apportioned in the following man ncr :--lo grolves of grapes, fruits and general vegetable prodlucts, .£75,000; to prollucers of host quality and stan lar.I qua'ity of wines, .'11i,000; for wines of best lu:ality and ill best order, Cxported to forei:gl ulrkets, t.'g,000; to fastutries for fruit canning, fruit drying, dairying, raisin and currant ma:kin, prep:urinig for the ioiitfacturer flax, heimp, silk and o'h,"r pr.odtls, .d37,00)0; for dairyv pro duce aill fruiis of best lu:ality end inl best order, exportel to foreig i markets, £30,000 ( .t... itl.nnoh r,, 1. .1 - ' Sri-)" ,d. n l ,al, IAt, weelk. 1'h, ,lenriid ias tirpri?alli prices ruled 81 pe hihereal liighc tlrhan tU previons week. Dust crossbred weIthers fr...

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APPROACHING SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 22 October 1889

APPROACHING SALES. Particelars of the following, auction sales appear in oar advertising columns' : rB Yro, TAVE?Rw r. AND Co., LTD. Friday, 25th October-320 acres land. Wednesday, 30th October-Township allot ments at Tragowel., Thursday, 31st October-Special horse sale. Also valuable`i'tricltul:d and grazing land. \Vednesday, 18th November--Clcaring sale of farnming implements;'

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PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 22 October 1889

PARLIAMENT. The Legislative Council year by year takes a imtore active part in the weolk of legislation, and this is evilence I by the greater frequency of its sittings. It is seldom that the lhouse sits more than two days in one week till within the last few days of the s tssion, and it is alt inlica tion of the -hange thlat is taking place that hon. membllers last wee l t met in three days fi>r the transaction of business. Last 'hulrsday's sitting was ahnost wholly taken up by the consideration of the Rtb hit Destruetion Bill. The debate on the second reading of the bill was resume:l by Mr. Young, who was followed by Mr. Thornley, Mr. Dowling, Mr. Gore, Mr. Illingworthl, Mr. Melville, Mr. .T. M. Davies, Mr. George Davis and Mr. Macpherson. The principles of the bill were generally approved, but exception was taken by soume hout members to the extent of the powers conferred by the bill on the inspectors proposed to be ap pointed in regard to the demolition of brushwood and stone...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. DAIRY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 22 October 1889

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. DAlIIY lIOl)UGCL The butter and egg nmarket is fairly sup plied. Prices for the former are now quote,1 at .id per Ili for good qnality, and for the latter at 9d per dozen.

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PYRAMID MONTHLY STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 22 October 1889

PYRIAMID m O?N'IILY STOCK .SALE. lMessrs. 11. O'Neill and Co. report that tlhey heIl their usual monthly sale at Pyra mid on \Wednesday last. and yarded 100 fat and store cattll, and :t00 sheep, There was a large attenlance of buyers, and all lots were cleared at prices fully satisfactory to vendors.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 22 October 1889

T oAdl .ddtrosso. TO FARMERS. ADAMS A ND CO ? OTIFY that on account of the valuab!e and important improvements made in WOODS' RfEAPERS AND BINDERS large demand is anticipated. Orders must (given early to the above to ensure a supply f Woods' lHoward's and Ilornsby's machines STRIPPERIS, WINNOWERS and REAPING MACHINES upplied at lowest rates and terms from Nicholson, 'Munro, T. Robinson and Co., Ultchinson and Walker, Lennou, Bunclo anod otler well known Implementmakers. HIarvest Tools, and parts of Machinery, OilP, Lubricating (treascs,etc.,constantly on hard. Large' Supplies of Wire. rimber, Iron, Doors, Windows, Broad Paiiong, Geelong Lime, etc., ronmongery, l)ry Colors. Paints, Varnishes, rushes, and la.go assortmeut of new Paper Inngings. ch,-aper than ever. INGER'S and WERTHETM'S cloebra ted SEWING MACHINES suppliod All duplicates. Needles, Oils, etc., in stock Agents for the National" hire Insurance tU. of New Zealand. H0C.KE `P'SONT C.E. CIVIL ENGINEER, ARO.ITECT AND LICENSED...

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MELBOURNE MARKET REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 22 October 1889

M31ELOURNII, MARKET I'EI'OlRTS. Th'le Anstralasian Mortgage and Agency Comlpany, Ltd.. report, Oct. 16(th :-t- ool. 'lThe offerig.' at unction were continued since our last report, and two public sales were held in this city with much success. the advance established at the opening sile havi-g been fully confirmed. At G;eelong a cottnlt!lelcntet was made vester-. day, and equally high rates were obtained, the top quotations standing at 12.d for greasy merino, which has been obtained for few Western dis:rict lots, while Id in one instance, anld 11:d are the highest quota' tions for livertina clips offered as yet. Scoured has sold up to 21l1d per lb.. the sales in all nmetlring about 8100 bales, and the rangeof values r.about ld to 1 id in advance of those ruling at this timne last yeasr, for ordinary tI good medium descriptions, boll' of tnertmo and erossbreds in grease, while scoured sorts may he quoted old per lb. higher than at that late. Shlcp. skins. - Butchers green Inambs (thi...

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LATEST CABLEGRAMS. THE EUROPEAN SITUATION. THE WOOL SALES. TERRIBLE COLLIERY EXPLOSION. THE VICTORIAN MILITARY FORCES. THE DOCK LABORERS' FUND. FRENCH CONVICTS AT NEW CALEDONIA. THE AUSTRALIAN SHIPPING TRADE. THE KING OF PORTUGAL. A RISKY TRIP. THE EARL OF HOPETOUN. AUSTRIA AND ITALY. SAMOAN AFFAIRS. ENGLAND AND AUSTRALIA. POLITICS IN ENGLAND. London, Oct., 15th. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 22 October 1889

LATEST CABLEGRAMS. TriI ILUIIOPEAN SITUATION. TIlE WOOl, SALES. TElIIRIIILE COLLIEIRY EXPLOSION. THE VICT'ORIAN .1IILITAlTY FOIRCES. 'TIE DOCK IrORItRS' FUND. II'INCI[ CONVICTS AT NEW CALI IDONIA. THI'E AUST'PIt ,IAN SIJIPPI NO llRADE. I'll I KING OF1 POITUGAL. A IIISFY Tfil I'. 'T'IL EAR?IL OF IIOPETOUN. AUSTRIA AND ITALY. SAMOAN AFFAIRS. ENGLAND AND AUSTRALIA. POLITICS IN ENOLAND. (FROMI ARGUS AND AGE CORRESPONDENTS.) London, Oct., 15th. Signor Crispi, the Italian Premier, who is visiting Sicily, where e he was born, has, neen enltcr?ialn eui at- : --"****? nq l Rt a Palermo, when he took occasion to mrake all important speech on the present ane- of public affairs in Italy and Eur.fpe. lIe complained of tlhe way in which the Vatican was constantly donouneing and threatening the Ki;ngdom of Italy, and do clared that the temporal power of the Pope would never he restored. Referring to foreign aflfair.s, lie emphatically denied that Italy entertained any aggressive do. signs, declari...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 22 October 1889

B?OA RD AD IIESII)ENCE for respec table young men. Apply I. C. Cavanagh, langoon Cottage, Scoresby Street Kcraeg. Terms moderate. 91 KEIANG DISTRICT AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. THE prizes awardedl at the late how are now payable on application. GEO. ADAMS, Secretary. Scoresby Street, Kerang. 9551 Medical. ALLT. D1ISOAJESF O LONGO STANDING COM PLIeTrII.Y Cunkll) IBY IIll':11.\ S.5(lNl'r.eT TEIIATMI ENT. Chlronic Secrler Should l nt Fail to ConsuLlt MR H. E. KUGELMANN C Islto tiea I rlmIlist i:,nl Ileletie Of 172 anll 171 WILLIAMJ STI:E I', II IIIIOUIINi. VISITS KII i.NG EVEIRY MONTI[tre'alsI ie-i meint f,r Dates.) "1,1 t. KUGELMANN'S treatment differs I5 entirely frolm all others known, anil he has cured more cases of Chronic Disease than any ten medical men in Australia. Thousands of sworn declarations of caseo cured can be seen. Scud for pamphlet on Medical Despotisms or Liberty which ? 51O pages; post free. This book exposes completely the old style of Mineral i)rugging, and explains ti...

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Kerang Times. Published Tuesdays and Fridays. WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 22 October 1889

Published Tuesdays and Fridays. WITH WEEKLY SUPP'LEIMENT. 'UESDIA Y, OCT'OBER 22, ISSD. Ties Row SwArP W?inus.-Mr. J. W. Taverner, M.P., interviewed Mr. Stuart Murray, Engineer-in-Chief for Water Supply, last week, and obtained a promise that, as soon as ready, copies of the plans and specifications in con nection with the Kow Swamp national works would be lodged for inspection at the Shire Hall, Kerang, for the convenience of probable tenderers and the public generally. WoIL Don EXTERMINATION.-At ia meeting of the Lake Elizabeth Wild Dog Association, held last month, it was resolved that a bonus of £2 per head be given for'wild dogs, in addi tion to the Vermin Board reward of L£3-making £5 per head in all--for the first five caught within the boun daries of the association's area. Per sons interested are requested by ad vertisement to forward subscriptions, to be devoted to the above purpose, to Mr. D. Moore, honorary secretary to the association. The boundaries of the area, and na...

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ACTION AGAINST THE SWAN HILL SHIRE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 22 October 1889

ACTION AGAINST THE SWAN HILL SHIRE. At the Sandhurst Court of Assize on Saturday, before His .jonor Mr. TJustice Kerferd, the action James Smith v. the Shire'of Swan Hill and the Agricultural Council of Education came on for hearing. Mr. .Box and Dr. Quick, instructed by Messrs. Connelly and Tatchcll, appeared for the plaintiff, Mr. M'Dermott and Mr. P'ennlefither, instr'cted by Messrs. Drown, Ellison and Co., for the Shire, and Mr. Dnufy, instructed by Messrs. ])uffy and Wilkinson, for the Agricultural Council of Education. This was an action forthe recovery of £500 damages for loss of a team of bullocks and iljury to a portable engine and pump through the Fish Point punt on the Little Murray River sinking. Dr. Quick explained that the defendants were possessed of a ferry or punt across the Little Murray River at Fish Point. The plaintiff on or about the 9th Novem ber, 1888, delivered a certain engine and a team of bullocks to the employees of the defendants, to be securely carried...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 22 October 1889

Tradeo adlresses. THE WHOLESALE CLOTHING CO. yH "sotmn " " Rt n: c: , U. , TWE uEDS COATINGS TWEEDS CO OAINGS. BLUE and FANCY SERGrES. BLUE and FANCY SERGES. IBL;O and FANOY .SER]GS. 3Blue and Fancy Serges. AND ENORMOUS STOCK. OUR OWN IMPORTING. IHE Assortment of SPRING an . SUIMMER GOODS is haoyonT l doui the best ever seen in the colonies. As usual we have h large staff of the to irder) e fa lid. n order), 46.T.' ' " WRITE FOR SAMPLES. Onr Traveller Visits the IDistiet every Two Mlnntts. J. T. MIDDLETON, SGenaerad Man ger. TAILOl ING. P. DOYLE, TAILOR AND IABrITMAIEIi5, B EGS llepectfully to notify the pullic Bs l?iern tg ian.l District that lie lres conmmenr ol usinele as a 'ailor atnd Hbit Maker at Wellington Street, ecsng, and by strict attention to busitness, and gI:rantee as to pcrfect fit, hopces to share :t fair pr?cpor tion of lumlic patronage. Fine Assortment of Tweeds, Cloths, Coatings and all necessary materials ot hand. INStPl:CTIO INVITED. 9o41. READ WIAT TII'l LA.DI:...

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WOOL SALE TELEGRAM. October 17. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 22 October 1889

WOOL SAI.IE T'ELE(tGRM. October 17. *The New Zealanll Lan :Iand Iere.:tile Agency Co., Limieil held their weekly sale to-dlay. when 2129 htales were offered, every aice of which was ohld at al highly. R attisfac try prices. The catalogue cilompristel clips inl the G(rllee from New South WiVles, Vie tori For 1?si. loetniliquin Corol?:, 31llla Inien. Ilillsto?n and the lhlganl, being part of an exceptionally good sacoured clip fromi lioiurke. The market i, rey firl at late ttles., anld icompetition was mostt lllilaatell. hietly ll Englisll and foreign aec:untt, tlhe Lul! of thie wools nolilt lleetig A.lmet-ienn competition. The higlhest price realised was 1:11 for one hale bought. soft lambsln, miarket Eunllliee E:ast. froon near eliaufort : IS supler, samle mark. selling at 12,d. The lelraling si of 11011 Plains foim Corowna, and }Iit ilatn Parki. frionl N. W. Vietorin, reacheldl 12d. and ,Chah Sin.t a M?ounllmicith clip, brought fromn 11d to 11?d. These three n iir .tl IeOI;iIl sei~...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 22 October 1889

Wanted. WITANTED a good General Servant. V Apply W.W., this office. 9571 W ANTED, Minstrel Performers assist V lelbourne Favorite two nights. Everything found, including songs. State terms " Peter," Kerang Post Office. 9575 W ANTED Man to drive Reaper and Binder. Apply P. O'DONNELL, Royal Hotel, Kerang. 955 WANTED KNOWN. "OR a severe Cough, nothing in the world 1. equals Dorman's famous Cough Mix ture. It is nice, sale and certain. It is equally eflicacious in bronchitis and all chest affections. G. M. DORMAN, CHEMIST, Next the Theatre, Sandhurst 9512 Lost, Stolen or Strayed. (+1 REWARD.-Lost bay cob, branded + iB over II. Apply J. J. Caduseh, Commercial Hotel, Kerang. 9583 1 ] REWARD. Lost black pony mare, o. branded B near near shoulder, long tail, unsliod. J. W. STRANGER. 9578 L OST, one Chestnut Cleveland Marc, branded WG near shoulder; 13 off shoulder very faint; white spots on back, broken tail.: Last seen near Serpentine. £2 reward on delivery of same to 9574 GUNN'SHOTEL, Ray...

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KERANG POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18TH. (Before Major Bartrop, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 22 October 1889

KERANG POLICE COURT. ?rnIDsy, Ocronme 1'rii. (Before Major Ianrtrop, P.Af.) M. P. Traecy v. John Androws, goods sold and delivered, £. l 10s. Order by consent for £?L 10, and £.1 Us Gd costs. Time allowed for payment, teln days. George Floou v. Cohnna Irrigation and \\Water Supply Trust, use and hire of a piledriver, £20. iMr. O']rien (Messrs. Brown, Ellison and Co.) for plaintiff, MAr. Tatcliell (Messrs. Connelly and Tatchelll) for defendants. Postlioned to 22nd No vember, on payment by complai:na-t to defendanllts of £2 1Ss; to be paid before further hearing. Elizabeth ):avey v. Ewan M-Donald. maintenance of an illegitimate childl. Postponed to 22nd November, on payment of £.t Is costs by the plaintiffl to the defen dant; to be paid before the hearing of the ease. Mohanmmned Issah and [Mahonuned Ibrahin v. Mrs. Clayton, goods sold and delivered, .£12s. No appearance of de fendant. Order for amount and 5s costs, to lie levied by distress. Wnm. Kirk v. M. Brennan, goods sold and del...

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