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APPROACHING SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 29 October 1889

APPROACHING SALES. Particull?s o t he following auction sales appear in oar advertising, columns :-. it' Yeao, TAvErI r..n? Co., L LTD. Wednesday, .10th October--Township allot. mcnLs at Tragowl. -. Thmlslay, 31st Octobcr -Spccial horse sale. Also valuable agricultural and grazing land. : Wednesday, 18th November-Clearing sale . of-farming implements. .By J. I. Te TAOE AND Co. Friday 1st - November.-Special sale of 12,000 sheep, in the wool, at Benalla.

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 29 October 1889

GOVERNMENT .GAZETTE. The following notices appeared in last week's Gazetfs : Applications for licenses approved. John Jones, 157 acres, Boga. ,Tohn Gerrand, 820 acres, Boga. Transfers registered at the office of Titles. Phillip Malone to Richard O'Neill, Charles IT. Yen, and John T. C. Stamp, allotments 21, 30, 19A, respectively 239a. 2r. 39p, 320a. ir. Op., and 320a. Or. 27p., parish of Yarrawalla. James Malone to same, allotments 27 and 28, 80a. Or. 17p. and 150a Or. 1Op., perish of Yarrawall

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STATE OF THE RIVERS. HEIGHT ABOVE SUMMER LEVEL. [BY TELEGRAPH.] Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 29 October 1889

-'.STATE _OF .THE IRIVERS. [DY.TELFGIIAP1I.I j oay MuimY: ft. in. Albury :.t.At~t 8'6 Vcuc .. l4ý. 20 0': EcuaSwann H 11 .!;-:,11 i.. 13 5 Seymiour -.. . . . 37 Wg .'. .. Slcrnndic 1740,~, 201 0:. WII~anuiI 7. report .

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A NEW IRRIGATION TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 29 October 1889

A NF w InI6oATION TRUST.-An order for the constitution of the Cautipaspo Irri gatioii and Water SupplyTrust lihas: been passed by the Governor-in.Council. The truist is formid:for the' irrigation of the Roelister district and the water will be obtained by aweiracross the Camnjltspe, and thero will. ho main and distributing channels on each side of the- river. The area ecihraced by the trist is40,000 acres, and. the, estimated cost, of the scheme is £41,000. The atmoiunt of .water to be diverted fronth thie river is tfroui thie. 1st. July to thie -30th November, 4500 eubic feet per minute, and from the 1st Deccmn ber to tho 80th Jiine, 750 cubic feet', pier i?iito.'i Daring thi fornier 'period the aniount of 750 cabei feet per minute is to be allowed to pass :down the stream, and iduring this latter period, 150 .. cubic,' feet per minute. Si.x commissioners constitute the trust.

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Kerang Times. Published Tuesdays and Fridays. WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 29 October 1889

Published Tuesdays and -Fridays. WITH WEIIKLY SUPPLEMENT. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 29, ISSO. HosPITAL SUNDAY.-The local Hos pital Sunday, in aid of- the funds of the Sandhurst and Swan Hill institu tions has been fixed for the 3rd piox. Sunday next). The service, which is to be held in the Agriculntural Society's show ground, will be similar in most respects to previous celebra tions, the Kerang Brass -Binid anid Fire Brigide kindly assistinig as usual, while an efficient choir will have charge of the vocal portion of the cere mony.. The. arrangements are in the capable hands of the 'hbnorary sec retary, Mr. G. Adams, senr., and an efficient committee; and it is hoped that a substantial sum; will t.be collectbed: Over 50 patients have been sent ýto Sandhiurst from th? Kerang district during the past year, and the Swan Hill Hospital is equally deserving of support. Like all other similar in stitutions,they admit suffering human ity, irrespective of creed or nationality, and those who are in ...

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AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 29 October 1889

AGRICULTURAL NOTES. (FROMat OURll OWN CORRESPONDENXT) The heavy rains which iave fallen dnr ing last week have done more harm than good in many districts whore the crops are forward. Accounts from several parts show that hay-making operations are in full swing, the yield being enornimons. In the I:ake Doga district the wlheat yield is estiinated at eight bags per acre. If the warmn wea her now being experienced continues the harvest will be a very pros perous one. To increase the yiel-l of wheat on a light and gravelly soil live bushels of sildt per acre will be found of immense value. It is favorable to higher grades of aninmal life, but fatal to worms, slugs, and most insects. Ten bushels per acre annually is benelicial for barley, oats, peas, and beans; or on meadow laud, for potatoes and turnips, more may be used. One of the worst things a poultry man can do is to use rotten eggs for nest eggs. They get broken sooner or later and foul the nest. As soon as this happens lice appea...

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THE MURRAY WATERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 29 October 1889

THE MURRAY WATERS. Reports in the local papers state that the trial surveys for the canal by whichl it is pro posed to divert a large portion of theMurray waters across RIivorina for irrigation pnr. poses are progressing rapidly, and so far as they hvgone show the entire prac ticability of the scheme. The canal scheme isne which was proposed to the No Soth Wales Government in 1887 by Mr. II. G. M'R3PKinnny. Its object is to divert stlicient water from the Murray at a point about seven miles below Albury to i ofrgae l tarea of 270,000 acres ofJerilerie, Deniliquin and Mottlauien. Te total stitnate:l cost is .£1,412,200, and Mr. 'Kinney estinmatrs that after allowing for cost of management, and 4} per cent on capital invested, lthere will be t clear rot of.f100,000 perannum. The scheme was first propased to the joint comisin, representing Victoria and New South WVales, which conmmission, as the bais of its proceodings, passed the following rsolution :-"That the whole of the aters of t...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. DAIRY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 29 October 1889

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. DAVlY PRODUCE. The butter and egg market is fairly sup: plied. Prices for the former are now quoted at 1d per lb for good quality, and for the latter at 9d per dozen.

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WOOL SALE TELEGRAM. Melbourne, Oct. 24. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 29 October 1889

NWOOL SALE TELT?GTAM. Melbourne, Oct. 24. The new Zealand Lcan and Mercantile Agency Co.. Ltd., held their unsal weekly wool sale to-day. when a catalogue of 5207 hales was offered to a large attendance of buyers. Competition was most animated, and the market shows no change. being firm at recent quotations. Grnesy sold up to 13jd for 3 bales of Kentncky lambs from near Corowa, the leading line on this inarl reach. ing 13Ad. This clip is bright, showy and in nxcellent condition. Other sales in greasy were 3lclool, 9 bales tipper combing, at 12.Id, and 178 iales, .T. Cover, Ferndale, at same price. These two marks show signs of good breeding, and are well grown. Fifty-one bales of lcldooba, from near Iillston, realised lljd, the wool being in good condition, also well-grown. Crossbred realized 17J1 for a small lot marked W B. Scoured was in good demand, top price being 201 for a small parcel marlced DL over W W, and 75 bales of Tsis Downs, from near lBlaclhall, Quechs land, brought 1...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 29 October 1889

TMad Addrossos. TO FARMERS. ADAMS AND CO o N OTIFY that on account of the valuable and important improvements made in WOODS' REAPERS AND BINDERS Al large demand is anticipated. Orders must (given early to the above to ensure a supply fWoods' Howard's and IIornsby's machines STRIPPERS, WINNOWERS and E REAPING MACHINES aupplied at lowest rates and terms from Nicholson, Munro, T. Robinson and Co., Hutchinson and Walker, Lennon, Buncle and other well known Implement makers. Harvest Tools, and parts of Machinery, Oils, A Lubricating Greases,etc.,constantly on hand. Large Supplies of Wire. Timber, Iron, Doors, Windows, Broad Palings, Geelong Lime, etc., ronmongery, Dry Colors, Paints, Vrnmishes, rushes, and large assortment of:new Paper Shangings, cheaper than ever. INGER'S and WERTHEIM'S celebra ted SEWING MACHINES supplied All duplicates, Needles, Oils, etc., in stock Agents for the National Fire Insurance co. of New Zealand. H.fC. KIEMPSON C.E. CIVIL EN GINEER, ARCHITECT AND LICENSED S...

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EASTERN VERMIN BOARD. COURT HOUSE, KERANG, OCT. 24TH. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 29 October 1889

EASTERN 'VERMIN BOARD:` CounT iHOUSE, iesnaxo, OCT. 24Th. Present-Messrs. Lonergaa, Noble, Ir ving and Hogan. proved, but it was noted to bthe chair ien theas a abisence of the chairnman. The mninutes of the previons mneet ing pwere read and coniet.d. CO RREFSPONDEI'NCE.? From Secretary for Lands, that at a meeting iin,- receipt of newspaper report of meetmng helld on 5th at .iraeprt, on be 3rd of Octobereceivd. Fronly Messrs. Irving if therNoble were pre-any sent. Chseques had been signed for ac voetits presented, amnounting to .1:2 19s, objectionhese to the transfers, which incldeNo. thei9 from Alg ex.p Heinsules for that day.rence Money. TLesecrotaryg obstected to had re-rs being paid their travelling expenses when plied thats qor, on the groidboard hadio bjetionhat it had never been dons beforc tinder suits lar circnnistances. After considerable Rediscussion the; action approvedssrs. Ir A sinilar obletter, signing the cheqnes to theap tr ansfer of allotment to be taken as a prce...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 29 October 1889

FOR SALE. -T IE IlRRIGABLE ESTATES COMPANY T. Ltd., HAVE FOR SALE, Selection on Barr Creek, known as Cor mack's, 50s. freehold. Deposit £50; £100 one ear; £100 two years; balance third year. Selection near Kerang, known as Ilsley's. £3 as freehold. Terms-£50 cash; £50 six months; £50 twelve months; balance two years, or some similqr terms' as may be re quired. Apply Manager, = Irrigable Estates Coy., Ltd., S Chaffey's Irrigation Offices, 91183 Swanston strcct; Melboaurne.' nd y a statement of my case, al. which is .as follows :--About 25 years ago I re ceivedl an injury to my chest, which caused ALL DISEAto SF t ow LONG STANDINGo oa y PLETELY CURED aY IIEdl uAL MAGNETIC at Inverleigh. neair Geelong), for three TREATIE.N-T. mCronthsi; and notrettslng any better I con AIR Hf. E. I(UGELMANN suCtedanotIher "lgal docto " in ae long who told me I was diseased in the lungs, anti treated me for some time, when I got some what better; I then t the n district ad came up hentirely from all oth...

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PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 29 October 1889

PARLIAMENT. The oRabbit Destruction Bill occupied he attention of members of the Legis lativo Council on Tlhursdny, the details of the measure being fuirther considiered in committee. Mr. Coppin offered the novel uggestion that provision should be made for the conservation of rabbits on licensed treas. Ile pointed out that thero was a danger of the rabbits being teotally exter minated to the loss of the poorer classes, to whom a good rabbit on the dinner table was equal to any poultry. Other members refused 'to acknowledge that the matter was worth considering, and annoyed Mr. Coppin somewhat whels they asked cinm mwhether he was in earnest about it. Several alteratione were made in the bill. The penalty which may be imposed for the neglect to take action after simul taneous destruction of the rabbits has been ordered was reduced from '5 to £2, ast minimint and £100 to £50 as a maximum; the clause as to the destruction of live and log fences was considerably modified, and the one pe...

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RIFLE CLUB NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 29 October 1889

RIFLE CLUB NOTES.' -I. In consequence of the inclement weather srovailing on Saturday lasti it was attfirst tin :olisidered advisable to postpone the lt ioatch arranged to be fired betwoeen toeams tls representing the Rifle Club and Mounted co Ritles respectively, but, as half-a-dozen si iuarksmen ultimately put in an appear- to once on the ground, the captain decided to proceed with the contest, which resultedC in favor of the Mounted men by 24 points. d Thei conditiohns were seven shots and a us sighter each at 400, 500, and 700 yards it V.R.A. rules. 'Private Crawford,'for the willling oteam, put on anl excellent scoe w of 8G, Private Stranger being next with r 78. Captain Ilhndle, representing the ' Rifle club, niade a similari score, Mr. C Mackeddio securing 73." 'The following are the scores - ioeunte'5 Rifes. Rile Club. 0' Pte.Cr. eforil... 29 322 2 R6 J. C luse -l 31 2 1 71 'te. Stringer... 24133 21 79 J. Stl cle ei'l 923 21 73 5egt Vi~lliea'so 2-7 2.16 05 .1. 0,,leerie... 1...

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LATEST CABLEGRAMS. THE DOCK LABORERS' FUND. MR. H. M. STANLEY'S MOVEMENTS. SPEECH BY MR. GLADSTONE. THE PARNELL COMMISSION. DARING BANK OUTRAGE. THE CRONIN MURDER TRIAL. AFFAIRS IN IRELAND. PROPOSED INTERNATIONAL SCULLING MATCH. THE EUROPEAN SITUATION. THE WHEAT CROP AT HOME. TERRIBLE SUFFERINGS AT SEA. THE DOCKERS' DIFFICULTY. FUNERAL OF THE KING OF PORTUGAL. THE WORKING CLASSES. London, Oct., 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 29 October 1889

LATEST CABLEGRAMS, THE DOCK LABORLERRS5 :FUND, MCR. H. M. STANLEY'S MMOV'EMENT$: SPRECIT BY Mli. GLADSTONE. TIIE PAWRNELL COHIISAION. ( DO ARINGUS RANK CORRESPO.DTS.) T'IlE CRlON IN MUIRDERI TRIAL. AFFAIRIS IN IRELAND. PROPOSED INTERNATIONAL SCULIANG OIATOII1. TILE EUROPEAN SITUATION. THlE WHEAT CROP AT 11011g. TERRIBLE SUFiFERINGS AT SEA. THE DOCKERS' DIFFICUJLTY. FUNERAL OF THE RING OF F1O~l. TUGAL. THE WORKING Ch.Ai~ES. (FR051 ARGUS AND AGE CORREESPONDENTS.) London, Oct.,23. The conunmmittee of the London Dock Laborers' Strike Fund have put forward, as an excuse for the delay in the publica tion of the balance-sheet, that a certain amount of money has been required to relieve the families of the laborers who were convicted and punished for intinmi dation. In consequence of the St. Jwmn?s' Gazelte having severely criticised what it declares to be the confused state of the finances, the committee have promised that the balance-sheeoot shall be ready after November 4. Captain Wissma...

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PARACHUTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 29 October 1889

PFAnCIIUTnoN. -- Since the announce ment of :.Mr. Baldwin's retirement, para chuting--if we may coin a word for the occasion (writes thDuilH V Newcs)-appears to go on more merrily than over; but if the merry note is not soon exchanged for ono of-wailing;itwivill 'ovildeitly- be no fault of the lady parachutists. Only the other day one of these daring persons got entangled Among chimuney, pots and telo raph wircs, to the imminent peril of her own neck and of thoepersons of sightseers below; but the latest feat of this sort is the descent of Miss Amina Bcainmont,'at Stockton, from a height, of. 5,200ft. This lady contrived to alight within 50ft: of a assiug train o?fli 'the' North-Eastern Rail. way, the balloon from which she had de tached her machine falling after her only a little distance ,away. No doubt a col lision between her parachute anid a" . pass iiiaitr'ain':.wouldhiave been so mush the worse for Mliss Beaumont; but something should be allowed for the nerves of rail way pas...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 29 October 1889

Tra4&] A44ro~sas. THE WHOLESALEI T EEiDS - CO.ATINGS .., TWEEDpS . " COATINGS CLOTHITWEEDS CONG CO.S TWEEDS . COAING. BL?UE and FAOY SERGES. BLUE ad TAOY SE.RGES. BLUE and FANCY SERGFS. Blue and Fancy Serges. AND ouRON Iw PO rl. TI?E E AsortmeOt A PRING -ISUMMER GOODS is beyond doubt S the best ever seen ini the colonies. rA nsual we have a largo staaE of the ' IN VICTORIA. WALLEEWO TWEED TROUSERSCo " WAL E 0 TWEED SUCTISN G LWRITEnd FOR SA EPLES. Onr-.'raveller Visits the District every Two Months. ,J. T. MIDDLETON, " C ad General an gee. TOILOISNG. P. D-OY LE, TAILOR AND IOABITTAKER, EG S Assrect D t nI fIthe a lie commenced sin as a Tailor and Habit Maker at Wellngton Street, Kerang, andES. by strict attention to business, and guarantee as to lierfeec- tit, hopes to share a fair propor-t tion of public patronage. Fine Alsortnent of Tweads, Cloths, Coatings Bande all ucessary materials on reand. INSPEOTION INVITED. 9414 RDEAD wIIArTH'IE TA?ADING 0CTOR$S AND JHEISTS SA. OU ...

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MELBOURNE MARKET REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 29 October 1889

SMEL3,OURENE MARKET REPORT. Messrs. Younghnsband and Co., TLinited 61G Bourke Street, Melbourne,! report2ord, October:-Wool.-The sales now progress with great regularity, and increase ,lail?? in size and importance. Prices are firmly maintained with every prospect of the present advance being adhered to. Sheepskins. - lnButchers' green skins, supe rior, Gs uip to 7s 6d ; a few extra at 83 61 do, good. 5s to Gs; do, ordinary, 4s to 5s ; do, lamb skins, 3s to4s; spring skins, up to2sGd; drycountryskins,best,5s5to sGd ; dryslins good. s Cd to4s 901 ; do, ordinary, 3s Gi to ds; lamb skins, is Cd to 2s Gd. In bnles-up to 7.1d per lb;ordinary, 4Od to 51it. Tides. Oreen ox Ihides. heavies, 901bs to 1201bs, 25s to 50s each ; do, ordinary, 75lhs to S51bs,12s Gd to 16s Gd each; do,light,C51bs to 701be.10s Gld to lits Gd each ; green kips, 2 d per lh ; green calf. 5d to 5d per lbh.; countr? salted hides, best, 2td to 20d per lb ordinary, 2~d to 21d per Ilh ; ips, sd to 2.1d per lb; calf. 5d pe...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 29 October 1889

ExcunstoN TIcKeTs.--It is notified that ickels at excursion fares, from all stations to IMelbourno, available by all trains and for return up to.the .18th November, will he issued from the 28th inst. till' the 9th November, inclusive. KEasRANG ,FinE BRIGADE. - A special mecting of'members is advertised to be held at the depot this evening, at 8 o'clock. To be well dressed is to have mounted the first step, in; the, ladder 'of success. Send for patternis of choice voollsns and self measurement instructions to Lincoln, Stu-.s and Co., Limited, 238 Flinders-street, lM.1 bourne. They will send them to you pos free; they have the largest tailoring estab lishment in the City. A capital bruiness sult to measure for 42s. (Anvr.) Dnssass.-V-We have had the pleastire of in speeting a choice selection of dress samples in all the latest designs for this season;' both in wool and cotton fabrics, as supplied by Messrs. Manning and Co., of Sandhurst, and have no hesitation in saying that they are ...

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ALL SAINTS, MACORNA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 1 November 1889

AL. S.usrs, MIAconNA.-Mr. Sadlier will conduct his first service in the above church on Sunday evening next, at 7 o'clock. On the following Wednesday there will be a re ception tea and public meeting, to welcome Mr. Sadlier, when readings, songs, recita tions and addresses will be given. An ad vertisement appears elsewhere.

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