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PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 25 October 1889

PARLIAMENT. In the Legislative Council on Tuesday, the greater part of the sitting was devoted to the discussion of the Customs Duties Pill, and owing to the constitutional point which had been raised the debate was ultimately postponed with a view of hav ing a conference between conmmittees of both Houses on the matter. The details of the Rabbit Destruction Bill afterwards received further consideration in cont mittee, and progress was reported at 10 o'clock. The debate which toolk place on the Customs Duties Bill was invested withl a good deal ot interest. Tho bill was taken in committoee, the debate being resumed on the amendment moved by Mr. Service that clause 5, which gives the power to the Commissioner of Customs to levy duty on articles which, in Ihis opinion, are designed to evade taxation, slhould be altered so as to give the undoubted righlt of appeal to thle Supreme Court against the decisions of tlhe Cotmissioner. Colonel Sargood, adding to what ie hadpreviously said in...

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
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STATE OF THE RIVERS. HEIGHT ABOVE SUMMER LEVEL. [BY TELEGRAPH.] Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 25 October 1889

STATE OF THE RIVERS. IIEIGHT ABOVE SuMMEn LEVEL. [BY TELEGILLPII. . Thursday. Monnar. ft. in. Albury .. .. .. 10 0 Echuca .. .. .. 20 3 Swan IHill . .. .. 1:1 .1 Euston Gou . no rcport Gounnunna. Snynour .. .. .. 4 :1 1URRIIMBIDGEE. Wagga .. .. .. 0 0 'lay .. .. .. 15 0 Ilairanannld .. . .. DARLINo. Menindie .. .. .. 1s 5 Wentworth . .. .. 21 11 Wilcannia .. .. .. 10 8

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MURRABIT SOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 25 October 1889

MURRABIT SOUTH. (Fi0M1 A COlItlSPONDENT) The weather for the past few weeks Iths been very good for the growth of both grain and grass. The appearance of the district as we travel through it leadts one to soppose tlhat there is not half enough stock in the paddocks. The wheat crops are coluing out in ear and look first. class, but our old enemy, tihe red rost, has madelo its appearance in soveral places, the oats in particular being badly affectedl. Iay saiking hlas conmnenced,and I notice some of the tfarners are anxsious to get their crops off and ctt into lhatf, to avail them solves of the present highi prices that are rouling. The Murray floods are olowly subsiding, our fears of being flooded out are almost gone, and we aro rejoicing at the goodt prospects for thlis harvest. The now Baptist Church at Koondrook was opened last Sunday, by the tRev. Mr. Howard, from Brighton, the attetndance being very good. although tlhe night trsS cold and wet. The Rev. gentleman was attentively ...

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KERANG EAST TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 25 October 1889

KLERANG EAST TRUST.- Applications aro invited for thoposition uof eongineer and secretary to the above trust. Partidulars are advertised.

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SANDHURST WEEKLY PIG MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 25 October 1889

SANDIHUIST WEEKLY PIG MARKET. Messrs. I. O'Neill and Co. report having held their usual weekly sale at the muni cipal yards on the 17th inst., and penned 105 pigs, mostly prime porIkers and bacon pigs, with only a few stores. There was a large attendance of the trade, and a brisk cdemand, all lots being cleared at prices Ihighly satis factory to vendors at the following quotations. viz :-Pl'orkers, equal to 41,d per lb; baconers 4d per lb. Stores-The supply being short iof requirements all lots sold at Ihigh rates. Slips, 1ls to 22s. Our sales will be continued at the municipal yards every Thursday, com mencing at 11 o'clock.

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SANDHURST STOCK MARKET. 22nd Oct. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 25 October 1889

SANfDIIURST STOCK MARKET. 22nd Oct. MRessrs. It. O'Neill and Co. report: Cattle.-GI1 forward, including 152 stores. The supply consisted chiefly of mecdium to good cattle, medium weights. There was only a moderate attendance of the trade, and consequent upon the heavy supply Inst week, prices were dull, except the opening sale. Quotations :-Bullocks, £0 to £9; cows. £4 5s to £7. Our sales were 47 head for Messrs. Teare, Slattery, M'Mahon, Fraw ley, Collins and others ; and at our Pyramid sale 120 fat and store cattle. Calvres-GO penned. Quality inferior to good. Prices 30s to 8Ss. Sheep-G,083, about 2,000 heing medium to good mutton, all of which were cleared early at prices fully up to late ruling rates. We quote-Crossbred wetsers, 14s to 1Us; ewes, 12s to 14s Gd ; merino wethlers 12s to I5s; ewes, 10s to 12s Gd ; shorn ewes, 8s to Os. Lambs-1,472. Quality good ;to prime, light weiglhts. Prices were fully equal to last week's; best making Ds CGd; others, 5s Gd to Ss. Stores-About 4...

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CRICKET. (FROM A CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 25 October 1889

CRICKET. (FaROI A COIIRRESPONDENT.) Tihe Tragoweol and lacorna cricket clubs played a match on Saturdlay last at Macorns, which resulted in an easy vic tory for the former, by an innings and 16 runs to spare. The Tragoweol club, which oreidontly contains some crack players, has only recently been started, the bowling of M. M'Carthy and A. 11R. Douglas, and wicket-keeping of D. Simp kins being especially good. The batting of M. M'Carthy, for Tragowol, and WV. Wallac, for Macorna, weoro worthy of special montion. IEACORNA. PIRS1T INNINGS. C. Vains (capt.) b A. It. Douglas ... 1 J. Kilfetdder, b M. M3Carthy ...... 4 J, Cox, b Douglas. ........... 1W. Wallace, b MICarthy ... ... 3 t C. Gardliner, 1, M'Cartlhy ... ... O 1 A. Brienc, b M'Cartly ... ... ... 2 f Brown, c and b Douglas ... ...... 13 SB. .Wallacc, b MCarthy ... ..... O Perrin, ib 3LCarthly ... ... ... 4 II. Brien, niot out ... ..... .. 2 SA. Rowlandss , b Douglas ... 2... Sundries ... ... ... ... ... 3 Total ... ... ... ... ....

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[TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERANG TIMES.] [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 25 October 1889

(To TiHE EDIror. or TIE KEciuxo TIres.) Smn,-Being in Kerang on Friday last, I wade it a part of my business to go and see the trial of reapers and binders under the auspices of the Kerang Agricultural Society. I was considerably disappointed at finding only three competitors. Low ever, I watched these three closely, and examined their work tlhoroughly. I formncd my own opinion as to the merits of each machinoe, judging (in my innocncuce) from the work done by each. I consider I ami a good judge, as, having been a farmer from my youth, I have watched tihe pro gross of harvesting from the old system of hand reaping and binding down to the latest developments of thle really wonider ful reaper and binder. I was under tihe impression that at a field trial thie ma chine thlat made the best work was placed first, thie next best second, etc. I was amazed and disgusted, however, to find, in my opinion, that the worst performer was placed first. I was informeid by a gentleman, who seemed to ...

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Kerang Times. Published Tuesdays and Fridays. WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 25 October 1889

Published Tuesdays and Fridays. WITH -WEEKLY SUPPLEM3ENT. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1SSO. KEnaNG POLICE CouRT.-At the police court yesterday, before Meossrs. WV. J. W. Patchell and C. Yoo, J's.P., James Booth, charged with bcing drunk, was fined 2s Gli or six hours imprisonment. Elizabeth Wilson, charged with being a lunatic, was discharged with a reprimand froim the bench. It appeared from the evidence ad duced, that the accused was recently incarcerated in the Kew asylum fir two years and nine months, but had been liberated about 4 months. On Wednesday night somen liquor was brought into the house by a neighbor, and the accused partoolk of three or four glasses. On her husband arriving home she comimenced making things lively by breaking the win dows and generally making a wreck of the furniture,winding up by tryingto smash intlhe back door with an axe. The husband who did not know she had partaken of the liquor, did not interfere with her, imagi ning that she had another insane fit. Ab...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 25 October 1889

CORRESPONDENCE. CCoualmualattotit inotcdcd for iooertloi in thlis columon shoot be oddrooocot to the Editor. Tio fome a! oilroess of thte twriter tttost be aided, not ttotoooty for publicattion, hot s a gttoottteo of good lfait. Wttilewe arac t all tiutto glad to Ce eieo att! putblsot corrsponodence. atttWtllowtg 0Onwo1 of lotitude cootiotent withtttte rates of journalismt 000 do not hlotl otrcetoot reoponositl for any oJpiiooo eoprodtod.)

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KERANG EAST IRRIGATION AND WATER SUPPLY TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 25 October 1889

KERANG EAST IRRIGATION AND WATERSUPPLY TRUST. 'Tho first meeting of the above trnst was held at the Mechanics' Institute on Tues day morning last. Thcro wcreprosuent : t Cmrs. Holloway, Stott, Kerr, lest, Pea- 11 cock and Thorne. ELECTION OF OnitlmAN. Cmr. Kerr moved that Omr. Holloway be elected chairmanafor the ensuingi twelve a months. Seconded by Cmr. Stott and n carried. Cmr. Holloway thanked his brother n commissioners for the honor they Iadcon ferred upon him, and trusted that he would be ablo to carry out his duties satisfactorily to all concerned. There was no doubt that mistakes would occur, but as they had the experienco of other trusts to go upon, he hoped they would be very few. He then read a letter from the Water Supply department,approving of date of holding the first mooting of the trust. SECRETARY. Some discussion took place over the appointment of a secretary, and it was fiunally decided to invite applications for the position of permanent secretary at a salary of...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. DAIRY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 25 October 1889

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. DA1MY PRODUCE. The butter and egg market is fairly sup plied. Prices for the former are now quoted at 4d per lb for good quality, and for the latter at 9d per dozen.

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WOOL SALE TELEGRAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 25 October 1889

WOOL SALE TELEGRAM. Mlessrs. Dalgetty and Co., Limited, held their opening wool sale on 0fonday to a crowded attendance of buyers. 1600 bales were offered, and competition was extremely brisk, the catalogueno bcing practically cleared. Greasy sold up to 13d for good light come back, being the top price of tihe season, good merino realizing 10Id to 12,d; medium, ld to 10,d; good crossbred to 12{d; me dium, Sd to Old. Good greasy pieces in good request, and readily realized 9id to 103. Scoured was in active demand. ranging from 1S}d for good merino pieces, and good mulky fleece wool 21d. Dr.Atkinson's clips sold ex ceeding1ytell, gr0asy merino rcalizing 1l, -r-oeaij.i;crDss1c amnt-d b.os.stlclk. I:td. to Etld, the latter topping the market. Merino pieces, I0. dl.

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MELBOURNE MARKET REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 25 October 1889

MIELBOURlNE MARIKET TruEPOT. MIfsers. B3inney, Nicoll snd Co., chat mer chants, 50 Speneer-street, report :-There is no change to report in the chaff market. Prices remain about the same,while deliveries are coming forward freely, the majority being medium and inferior. P'rime green samples are still very scarce and in great demand. for which we quote up to £ 5ss; medium from £4 10s to £5 It0s; inferior from 30s, all quotations bags included. Oats-New Zaen land 3sGd; Victorians 3s 3d to 3s 4d. Wheat-Prime milling, Os 5d ; maize, 4s 8(1; peas, s ; bran, is 3d; pollard, is Sd.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 25 October 1889

NOTICE OF A CALL.--It is notified else where that the 17th call of is per share on the capital of lithe Appin Cheese Fac tory Company, Limited, is due and pay able on the 4th November. Wantec. W ANTED immediately, good general V servant. Apply Mirs. F. Garlick, Post 1Oflicc, Tragowel. 9588 T ANTED a few first-class men, shovel V and scoop work, Apply A. D. Bell, ferang. 0589 WyJANT1ED, good harvest hand, capable of driving reaper and binder. Apply P. Hall, lioroop. 0500 Notices. APPIN CHEESE FACTORY COM PANY (Limited). NOTICE. A CALL, the 17th, of one shilling per share, has been made on the capital of the above company, duo and payable to the undersigned on or before Monday, the 4th day of November, 1889. Dy order of the Directors, JOHN ROWCROFT, junr., 9584 Manager. TRAGOWEL PLAINS IRRIGATION AND WATERi SUPPLY TRUST. APPLICATIONS from persons qualified to undertake the duties of resident Engineer for the above trust, addressed to the Chairmiin, Trust Oflice, MIincha, will be recei...

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LATEST CABLEGRAMS. THE LABOR DIFFICULTY IN ENGLAND STRIKE OF COLLIERS IN FRANCE. AUSTRALIA AND INDIA. DEATH OF THE KING OF PORTUGAL. THE COAL RESOURCES OF AUSTRALIA. ATTEMPT TO SHOOT A GERMAN PRINCE. THE IRISH DIFFICULTY. THE CRONIN MURDER TRIAL. THE NEW ZEALAND LOAN. THE ROYAL WEDDING AT ATHENS. MR. BURNS ON THE RAILWAY EMPLOYEES' DEMANDS. PAUPER EMIGRATION FROM GREAT BRITAIN. THE PLAN OF CAMPAIGN. OPENING OF THE GERMAN REICHSTAG. FREIGHTS TO AUSTRALIA. IRON AND STEEL MANUFACTURE IN AUSTRALIA. London, Oct., 18th. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 25 October 1889

LATEST CABLEGRAMS. " TIIE LABOR DIFFICULTY IN ENGLAND STRIKE OF COLLIERS IN FRANCE. AUSTRALIA AND INDIA. DEATH OF THE KING OF PORTUGAL. TIE COAL RESOURCES OF AUSTRALIA. ATTEMPT TO SHOOT A GERMAN PRINCOE. THE IRISH DIFFICULTY. TIHE CRONIN MUBRDER TRIAL. THE NEW ZEALAND LOAN. TIIEIROYAL WEDDING AT ATHENS. MR.l BURNS ON THE RAILWAY EMPLOYEES' DEMANDS. PAUPER EMIGRATION FROM GREAT BRITAIN. TIHl PLAN OF CAMPAIGN. OPENING OF TE GERMAN RBEICH STAG. FREIGHTS TO AUSTRALIA. IRON AND STEEL MANUFACTURE IN AUSTRALIA. (FnODr oARGUS AND AGE COIRRESPONDENTS.) London, Oct.,lSth. The London dock3 companies are en deavoring to persuado the laborers to ac cept permanent ongageoments at 20s per week. The Dock Labourers' Union, how ever, refuses to sanction any such agree ment, as at theC rate of Od per hour, which was conceded to the men as a result of the late strilke, they would obtain a higher wage per week if fully employed. A serious strike has occurroed among tho coal miners in Northorn France, an...

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A VISIT TO TRAGOWEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 25 October 1889

A VISIT TO TRAGOWEL. iho alt in' (cvr oU owN RErPORTER.) inu On Wedlnesday afternoon I went for a oil trip to Tragowvl to make an insDnction of " the crops and firmis in genceral. The ul time atmy disposal being rather limited, w' having left Kerang by the mid-day train, 1 and to roturn that night, of01 course I could th not-visit a great miany plarces, and any of to those whose names are not mentioneld must not think they have been overlookedl, th as at some future date I may be able at to mnake a further and more extensive 0o trip. IV tOn both sides of the railway line boe- P' tween Korang and Tragowel, the grass of in the pallddocks is looking splendid, the tr stock are rolling fat, and the farmers' tI hearts are mado glad with the prospect of in ione giood season. On arriving at 't'ra- tC gowel station, a walk through palddlocltks st with wild lowers and grass ip to one's n' knee, brought ime to Mr. A. P'Isntoslh's a' Sresidence, where I was cordially received T s by his good la...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 25 October 1889

SEASON 1889-90. THE MISSES HEALE HJAVE Received a Large Supply of SUMMER GOODS, both in DRESS MATERIALS & MILLINERY, and are now prepared to supply the Ladies of Ke rang and District with the above at the LOWEST PRICES. Both departmsents being iunder personal supervision, FIT & STYLE are Guaran teed. Note the Address, WELLINGTON STREET, KERANG. NOTICE. THE STORY OF AN ERROR. A New Novel by the Author of "His WVedded Wife," "A Fatal Dower, etc.," is commenced in FAMILY HERALD PART FOR AUGUST which contains also the Continuation of AS THROUGH FIRE. A NEW NOVEL, by the author of "lMy Lady's Chamber," " Dolly's Ordeal," eta. Also Complete Stories, Essays, Answers to Correspondents, Cookery, Miscellanca, Enig mas, Charades, Riddles, etc. Family Xerald, Part 555. F AMILY HERALD PART for AUGUST SThe " Australasian" says: " This favorite domestic magazine retains .ll its old interest and variety." Price Sixpence. FAMILY IIERALD, Part 555. ý' l'The Daily " Argus" says: "'This...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 25 October 1889

Trado Addressos. TO FARMERS. ADAMS AND CO NOTIFY that on account of the valuable and important improvements made in WOODS' REAPERS AND BINDERS large demand is anticipated. Orders muast (given early to the above to ensure a supply f Woods' Howard's and Hornsby's machines STRIPPERS, WINNOWERS and REAPING MACOHINES applied at lowest rates and terms from Nicholson, Munro, T. Robinson and Co., Hutchlinson and Walker, Lennon, Buncle and other well known Implement makers. Harvest Tools, and parts of Machinery, Oils, Lubricating Greases,etc.,constantly on hand. Large Supplies of Wire. Timber, Iron, Doors, Windows, Broad Palings, Geelong Lime, etc., ronmongery, Dry Colors. Paints, Varnmshes, rushes, and large assortment ofnoew Paper hangings, cheaper than ever. INGER'S and WERIITHEIM'S celebra ted SEWING MACHINES supplied ._-All dupliantes. Noodlen. Olan. eta., in stack Agents for the National Firo Insaurane M. of New Zealand. HEC.KEMPSON C.E. CIVIL ENGINEER, ARCHITECT AND LICENSED SURVEYOR,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 25 October 1889

Trado Addrossos. THE WHOLESALE CLOTHING CO. . 1 d- LgS' to .. ash end "F~rtJ~te a ,. , et ý . oP h 7.'ýý 'sý trirt· " Y I'Srlli TWEEDS COATINGS TWEEDS COATINGS' TWEEDS COATINGS ..cS. TWEDS DS COACOTI NGS.GS TWCEEDS COATINGS' TWEE~IDS ·COATINGS r TWEESDS COAT'IINGS. BLUE and FANCY SERGES. BLUE and FANCY SERGES. BLUE and FANCY SERGYS. Blue and Fancy Serges. AND ENORMOUS STOCK. (1 OUR OWN IMPORTING. N T HE Assortment of SPRINSG an SUMMBIER GOODS is beyond doubt the best over seon in the colonies. As usual we liavo a largo staff of the Best Cutters & Workmen D. IN VICTORIA. ALL' 'WOOI` TWEED -TROUSERS or (to order), 12s Gd. "ALL WOOL TWEED SUITS (to order), 4G6. WRITE FOR SAMIPLES. Onr Traveller Visits the District every Two Months. J. T. MIDDLETON, C General .Man ger. C Is TAILORING. P. DOYLE, TAILOR AND TIABITMAKER, B EGS Rlespectfully to notify the public of Keran; g and District that lie has coimmenced business as a Tailorl Ia l habit Maker at Wellington Street, Kerang, andl...

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