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LOCAL LAND BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 1 November 1889

LOCAL LAND BOARD. A Local Land Board was hold at the Conurt House, Kerang, yesterday, before Messrs. Aberdeen (chairman) and Maco boy (Land Oflicor), when the following applications weore dealt with: lInn SECTIOw. Charles Wilson, 3 neres, Dartagook, be tween IlRedy and Middle Lakes and home stead. lefused. James Forrest, 3 acres, Dartagook, be tween Reedy and Middle Lakes. north of lReedy Lake. lRefused. John Winm. Stranger, 3 acres, town Ke r.ang, north-east of the Swan Hill Railway Line. Refused. IlHerbert S. Sabine, 3 acres, town Kerung, north-cast of the Swan It ll ailway Line. Refucsed. William Dowling, 3 acres, town Kc rang, north-east of the Swan Hill Railwayn Line. Refosal. William Davis, :l acres, town Kerang, north-cast of the Swan Hill Railway Line. lRefused. Georgo Robert Flight, 3 acres, town Ke rang, north-east of tihe Swan Hill Railway Line. Refused. Ilenjamin Roberts, 3 acres, town Kc ring, north cast of the Swan Itill Railway Line. Refused. Michael Fanning 3 onres, ...

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
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MAJOR BARTROP'S APPOINTMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 1 November 1889

--MAJ DR-BA RTRO'S -APPOINT- MENTS. Major Bartrop, P.M., will attend the various courts in his district during the present month, as follows: Monday 4th, Raywood. Wednesday 6th, Korang. 'L'hnraday 7th, Swan Hill. Tues:lday 12th, Serpentine. Wednesday 13th, Welderhurn. Thursday 14th, Boorn. Friday 18th, Inglewood. Saturday 10th, Echnci. Monday 18th, Raywood. Wednesday 20th, Kerang. Thursday 21st, Pyramid Hill. Friday 22nd, Kerang. Tuesday 20th, 'tarnagulhi. Wednesday 27th, TWyclieproof. Thursday 28th, Oharlton. Friday 29th, Inglewood. Moiday, 2nid Decemiher, Swan Hill.

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STATE OF THE RIVERS. HEIGHT ABOVE SUMMER LEVEL. [BY TELEGRAPH.] Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 1 November 1889

STATE OF THE RIVERS. m HEIrrT ABOVE SUMMEn LEEv. [xY ETLVGRAPIT.J Thursday. Maunna. ft. in. Albur'y''9 6 "1'chnca '24 9 Siwan 111 . . .. 13 5 Euston .OLU. .. 25 0 . rSeymour :- . ..7 0 ,i nun IDG EE. UntraHl d .. .. '.. 13.6 Italranld ' .. 16 7 r -., i ; z' DA ma:nrmb . *: Menindi . J 17 5 Wentworth 24 8 Vicchnia }i::' -- -' ` 12 7:

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LAKE CHARM. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 1 November 1889

LAKE CHARM; -4---~ (Rmeo on0 ow. cOnRRESPODENsST.) HaynmSaklting has comnotonccd in this district, and, unfortunately, withi soaie fannrmers it is as a dersikr rcesort, as the rust has attacked the crops again, both wheat and oats, perhaps not so badly as it did two years ago, but that will in a great measure depend on the weather between now and ripening time. Only for the apprehension of the rust, the crops are all that the heart of a farmer could desire, the season for both grass and grain being one of the bst on record, in fiact few people have had an opportunity of judging wlhatanonnt of stock their pad docks would carry, as for months past it has seemed impossible to overstock them. The Lakes are filled to overflowing. Kangaroo Lakeo would now be sub merging the Swant ill road near Mystic Park but for the temporary dam of Messrs. Garden Bros., who have now nearly finished their contract for the channel to convey the water from Kan garoo Lake. ' This channel is supposed to lowe...

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THE MELBOURNE CUP. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 1 November 1889

THE MELBOURNE CUP. The following horses remained in the Melboutrne Cap after the expiry of the time fixed for the declaration of the second forfeit, at four o'clock on Tuesday after 110011 : MELBOURtN CUP. Run Tuesday, Nov. 5. A handicap sweepstako of 50 sovs. each, 10 ft., with 5000 sovs. and a trophy value 150 sors., presented by Mr. Mark Sloss, anl a gold-mounted whip for the rider of the winnller, presented by Mr. 1'. [I. Reynolds, added. The handicap weight of the winner of tilhe A.J.C. or V.1t.O. Derby of 18830 to be not less tIhn 7st. G1b., and the winner of any handi cap fiat race of the value of 100 sovs., after declara'iou of the weights, to carry S31b. extra; of 200 sors., 51b. extra; of 800 sove., 71h. extra; of 500 sovs. or up wards, 1-lib. extra. 'Thle second horse to receive 1000 and the third 500 sovs. out of the stakte. Two miles. st. lb. Mr. D. S. Wallace's b c Carbine, 4 yrs ... ... ... ... 10 0 Mr. WV. Gannon's br c Melos, -5 yrs 8 12 Mr. J. Chauber's chi his Car...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. DAIRY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 1 November 1889

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. DAIRY1 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 Od per dozen.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 1 November 1889

Trado Addrssess. TO" FARMERS. ADAMS AND CO C N OTIFY that on account of the valuable Sand important improvements made in WOODS' REAPERS AND BINDERS I large demand is anticipated. Orders must iven early to the above to ensure a supply f Woods' Howard's and Horenby's machines STRIPPERS, WINNOWEES snd REAPING MACOHINES applied at lowest rates and terms from Nicholson, Munro, T. Robinson and Co., Rutchinson and Walker, Lennon, Buncle and other well known Implement makers. Harvest Tools, and parts of Machinery, Oils, A Lubricating Greasee,etc.,constantly on hand. Large Supplies of Wire. Timber, Iron, Doors, Windows. Broad Palings, Geelong Lime, etc., ronmongery; Dry Colors, Paints, Varosncihes, rushes, and large assortment of;new Paper hangings, cheaper than ever. INGER'S and WERTHEIM'S celelbra ted SEWING MACOHINES supplied All duplicates, Needles, Oils, etc., in stock Agents for the National Pire Insurance to. of New Zealand. H.C.KEPSONG C.E. OIVIL EN'INEER, ARCHITECT AND LICENSED SURV...

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THE CRICKET SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 1 November 1889

THE CRICKET SEASON. The cricket season was opened on Wed nesday afternoon, when teams selected by Messrs. J. W. Stranger and R. Crawford played a scratch match on the groiud near the Bank of Victoria. Bir. Strangir's side, playing with 0 men, secured 84 runs, and Mr. Crawford's (S men) 6S, the former therefore securing a majority of 10. The following are the scores: MI SeatxoEn'S TEnI. IMu CIesWrFOI,'sr 'Li. Stranger (capt.) 25 Truman .. 10 Sabine.. .. IL Crawford (capt.) 20 Collocott .. 9I Conway .. 10 Fieli .. ..0 oyle .. 2 MiGallin .. 22 Pay . 1 Fraser.. .. 1 Hawthorne .. 2 James.. .. O JlacKeddie, not out 1 lev. Madden .. 14 Spencer.. .. 8 Aitken, not out .. 2 Byes .. 7 Total .. 84 Total .. S08 The annual meeting of the IiKer.ng Cricket Club was held at the Commercial Hotel in the evening, the president, Mr. CG. Rutlherford, occupying the chair. There was a numerous attendance of members. The minutes of the previous animnual meeting were read and confirmed. REPORT AnD BALANCE SH...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 1 November 1889

:LToobe well dressed is to havein mounted the first stop in the ladder of eoccess:' Send fior;'patternsof 'choice woollens and .elf measurement instructiosis to Linicoln;, Stuit w and-o.,-Limited,-238 Flinders-street; Mt . boorne. rThey will send them to you pos' ,free, they as e the largest tniloring estab liehment idn thei City A' capital buosiness 'tsuit to'tioensure for 42s: ' (ADVT.) DoEsaEs.-We have had the pleasureof tin. specting 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 theliheapest and nicest lot of goods we have ever seen. The new's bordered robes; so fashionable this season, may be had from is 3d upwanrds, double width, and we noticed ;a splendid line of washing'Drillcttes at 4e lid per dozen.-(ADVT.) planted. HOSPITAL SUNDAY, NOV. 3rd. WT ANTED, good general servant. Apply MIrs. G. Taverner, Kerang. WA...

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Kerang Times. Published Tuesdays and Fridays. WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 1 November 1889

Published Tuesdays and Fridays. WITH WEEKLY SUPPLIEMNT. 'FRIDAY, YOlTEdBER 1, 1889. TUE RACINGO CAENIvAL.-Tho great spring carnival of the Victoria Racing Club commences to-rorrow (Saturday), the principal events of tiheo day being the Maribyrnong Plate and Derlby. Ar rangements have beeoon made for thle re sults to be wired immcuediatoly after enclh race, and the telegrams will hbe posted outside the Teares Offico:;for publie infor mation. ]los'rITA. SUKNDAY.-Our readers are again reminded of the fact that the annual local Hospital Sunday service will be held on the 3rd inst., at the Agricultural Show ground. PRESENTATIOX To Me. T. W. DAGKALL. -Subscribers are notified by advertise ment that the presentation to Mr. J. W. Dagnall will take pl ice on Thursday evening next, at 7.30, at the Royal Hotel, Kerang. Tnn TL~nnown ·-Oro~ ow R.Hnnrony. Our Pyramid Hill correspondent advises us that on Wednesday last the police there arrested a youth named D. Stebbins on a charge of robbing the...

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PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 1 November 1889

PARLIAMENT. After the disposal of preliminary busi ness on Tuesday, the Legislative Council resnumed the consideration of the Customs l)uties Bill. On the motion for the third reading, Colonel Sargood moved an amecndment recording the protest of the Council against an inclusion in the mea suio of the two objectionable clauses upon which there has been so much comment, and explaining also the understanding arrived at by the conference between consuittees of the two Houses. Mr. Cuthbert objected to the protest in the first instance as being quite unnecessary, hut afterwards withdrew his opposition on learning that it had been stated in con ference that there would be no objection to the protest on the part of members of thle Assembly. The third reading of the bill was tins agreed to, and it was finally disposed of. The Council tlhen took into consideration the Duties on Estates Amendment Bill, which has for its main object the abolition of probate duity on small estates. The second re...

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WANDELLA IRRIGATION AND WATER SUPPLY TRUST. WEDNESDAY, OCT, 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 1 November 1889

WANDELLA IRRIGATION AND WATER SUPPLY TRUST. WTEDNESDAY. OcT, 30. Present-Omrs. Williamson (chairman), Butler and Radcliffe. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESiSPONDENCE From Wateor Supply Department, stat ing that funds were available to meet the estimated expendituro of the trust for the ensuing twelve muonths. Reccived. From samo, asking for a copy of agroo mucnt between the trust and the engineer, Mr. II. C. KIiempson. Already attended to by secretary. From Thos. Jdoharry, lion. secretary of conference of trusts recently held at the Shire Iall, Keraug, with a viow of taking action to bank the creeks and rivers in the mi.ao .nt <tirnt+.. .king ft., the . teOnt's co-operation in the matter. Received. From P. O'Connell, relative to a notice to treat for land required for irrigation purposes, stating that he would first like to inspect a plan of proposed channel through his land. Received. From Twelveo Mile Irrigation Trust, asking for plan...

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LATEST CABLEGRAMS. THE ROYAL WEDDING AT ATHENS. A NEW GUINEA SYNDICATE. THE DURHAM COAL MINERS. ILLNESS OF MR. BRADLAUGH. MR. EDMUND YATES CHALLENGED. THE LONDON DOCK LABORERS. THE AUSTRALIAN AUXILIARY SQUADRON. IRISH TENANTS' DEFENCE LEAGUE. ENGLAND AND EGYPT. THE TROUBLES IN CRETE. A BREACH OF PROMISE CASE. THE GERMAN EMPEROR AT CONSTANTINOPLE. THE SIXTH AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN. London, Oct. 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 1 November 1889

LATEST 'CABLEGRA MS. THE ROYAL WEDDING AT ATHENS. At NEW GUINEA SYNDICATE. THE DURITAM COAL MINERS. ILLNESS OP MI. BRADLAUGII. MR. EDMUND YATES CIHALLENGED. TIlE LONDON DOCK LABOREIRS. THE AUSTRALIAN AUXILIARY SQUAD IRON. IRISH TENANTS' DEFENCE LEAGUE. ENGLAND AND EGYPT. THE TROUBLES IN CRETE. A BREACH OF PROMISE CASE. TIE GEIZiMAN EMPEROR AT CONSTAN. TINOPLE. TIlE SIXTH AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN. (FROM AoRGUS AND AoGE CORRESPONDENTS.) .London, Oct.28. The marriage of Prince Constantine, Dikco of Sparta, the oldest on of thle King - of Grecco, and the-'rinccss Sophie, sister of tice Emperor of Germany, was celebratcd at Athens yesterday. There was a largo and birilliant assemblage present, including the Emperoir William and the Empress of Germany, the King and Qcueen of Don snarlthe rrincoe and Pricicess of Wales, the Empress Frederick, and the Czare witch. TChe ceremony was miarked. lby great miagnificence, and the various Royal guests, especially the Prince and Princess of \Vales, were gr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 1 November 1889

Trade .Addresses. THE WHOLESALE CLOTHING CO. ~t~' oJ · Yo;li*t - ý i.C'oas~sh o TWEEDS COATINGS TWEEDS COATINGSrt TWEEDS COAFINGS. BLUE and FANCY SERGES: BLUE and; FANCY S1ERGEiS. BLUE' and FANCY SERGES. Slle t"a 'lue and Fancy Serges. AND -::"ýýý 11ý'ec" p TENORMOUS STOCK. TWEEDS ~;COATINGS' EEDSOUR OWN IMPORTING. TWEEDS COATINGS. BLUTE Assortment nd of SPRING anES. BLSUMMER GOODS is beyond doubtGES. the best ever seen in the colonies. BLUE annd FANCY SERGES.· BAse an larg staff of Se hges. AND E N ~ORMOtJ$ STOCK. OUR OWN4 IMIPORTING. THE -'Assortment~ of ;SPRPINGI an I-SUMMJER GOODS is beyond doubt the best over seen in thle colonies. As usual we have a largo staff of tho Best Cutters & Workmen IN VICTORIA.- - ALL WOOL TWEED TROUSERS (to.order), 12s Gd. ALL WOOL TWEED SUITS (to order), 4Gs. WRITE FOR SAMPLES. Our Traveller Visits the District every Two Montas. J. T. MIDDLETON, General San ger. TAILORING. P. DOYLE, TAILOR AND JIABITMAKER, BEGS Respectfully to notify the pub...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 1 November 1889

Legal. CONNELLY AND TATCIIHLL, SOLICITORS, CONVEYANCERS, PROCTORS AND LEGAL AGENT WELLINGTON ST., ERIIAND. and at Sandhurst and Melbourne. TRUST MONEYS TO LEND, sums of £100 and upwards, on Freeholh or Crown Leasehold Sccurities. £10,000 TO LEND, In one sum, on Freehold Security. Mr Wm.J. Rogers Davidson, our managing lerk, may be consulted daily, betwcen 0 nm nd 5 p.m., at noove address. Private address - Caduslch's Commercia el. BROWN, ELLISON & CO. SOLICITORS, WELLINGTON STREET, KERANG £47,000 TO LEND, On Freehold and Leaselohld 'eccurities. LOWEST INTEREST. T HE Olice is under the management of Mr. MYLES O'BRIEN, Solicitor. Private address-CULLEN'S HOTEL. '11527 IIERR W EIýRH N" E 1 SPECIALIST, S IN, Nervous and Contagious Diseases, may be consulted at his rooms, 115 Elizabeth street, opposite General Post Ofice (corner Elizabeth and Bourke streets), MIEL - IBOUBNE. On Nervous Debility, Syphilitic and Skin Diseases, I have made thle pathology of these diseases my careful...

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MELBOURNE MARKET REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 1 November 1889

MELBOURNE ILVRKET RErORT. Messrs. Younghusband and Co., Limited, G66 Bourke Street, Mlelbourne, report 30th October:-Wool.-The catalogues continue to grow largerand more important, and sales are now held daily. At our sale on Wed nesday last we cleared our entire catalogue, with the exception of one lot. and the prices realized were very satisfactory. Sheepskins. - Butchers' grcrn skins, supe rior, Gs up to 7s lid; a few extra at 8s G1 ; do, good, 5s to Gs; do, ordinary, ds to Os; do, lamb skins, 3s to ds; spring skins, up to 2s id; drycountryskins, best. s to os G ; dry slins, good, as id to4s 0id; do, ordinary, 3s ld to s; lamb skins, is lGd to 2s Gid. In bales-up to 7;d per lb;ordinary, 4ld to 1id. Ilides. Green or hides, heavies, 00Lbs to IROlbs, 25s to 50s eaclh; do, ordinary, 75ilbs to 85lbs,12s Gd to 10s lid each; do,light,6llhs to 701bs, 10s to 11s Gd each; green kips, S2d per 1b; green calfl 5d to e5.d per lb.; country salted hides, best, Sid to 2Od per lb; ordinary, 2}d to...

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VALEDICTORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 1 November 1889

VALEDICTORY. On Saturday, 12th ult., between 30 and   40 gentlenmet met at Leary's Yarra wonga Hotel, for the purpose of bidding farewell to Mr. R. Blaikie, the much esteemed and popular manager of the local   branch of the National Bank, who was about to sever his connection with the town after a six years' sojourn, and assume   the managership of the same institution's branch at Kerang. Mr. James Reilly I occupied the chair. After the customary loyal toast had been disposed of, the chair- man rose to propose the health of the departing guest. They had met that afternoon to perform the always melan- choly duty of bidding adieu to an old friend. In banking institutions managers were always at the mercy of the head officers, andwhen bidden to go no alternative remained. They would be pleased to know that the branch to which Mr. Blaikie was ordered was three times larger than the Yarrawonga one, and that the change meant promotion. Mr. Blaikie ha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 5 November 1889

Trado Addrossos. TO FARMERS. ADAMS AND CO N OTIFY that on account of the valuable and important improvements made in WOODS' REAPERS AND BINDERS large demand is anticipated. Orders must iven early to the albove to ensure a supply f Woods' Howard's and Ilornaby's machines STRIPPERS, WINNOWERS and REAPING MACHINES upplied at lowest rates and terms from Nicholson, Munro, T. Robinson and Co., Hutchinson and Walker, Lennon, Bnucle 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, Goelong Lime, etc., ronmongery, Dry Colors, Paints, Varnishes, rushes, and large assortment of new Paper hangings, cheaper than ever. INGER'S and WERTHEIM'S celebra ted SEWING MACHINES supplied All duplicates, Needles, Oils, etc., in stock Agents for the National Firo Insurance txo. of New Zealand. 1.C. KE+MPSON C.E. OIVIL ENGINEER, ARCHITEOT A ND LICENSED SURVEYOR, S...

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THE V.R.C. SPRING MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 5 November 1889

THE V.R.C. 8PRING MEETING. The spring meeting of the Victoria Racing Club was opened most auspiciously at leomington on Saturday. The weather was bright and pleasant. The ittendance was large and unusually brilliani, the grand-stand, lawu,and reserves adjoining, together with the hill, being crowded. The telegrams conveying thic results of the dillerent events were eagerly scanned as they were displayed ontside the 'l'MrEs ollice. 'lTh.racing ensnrenend .with tnhoaiden Plate, which was comfortably won by Linburn, who started Ai strong favorite, few others being backed. The fact of there being six Cup horses inl the Melbourne Slakes, all heavily backed for the 10el bourno Cnp, invested the race with an exceptional interest. The contest was a splendid one, Abercorn, who started favorite, only beating Moleos by a short head, after a fine run by the latter horse, while Carbine was also close up. The timno for the distance was the fastest yet recorded in Australia, and only a fraction of...

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PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 5 November 1889

PARLIAMENT. In the Legislative Council on Thursday; Colonel Sargood explained, in reference to the protest which had been attached to the Customs Bill, that while no actual agreement had been arrived at on the matter at the conference between the two Ilouses, the intention of the Conlcil was understood, and no objection was taken one behalf of the Govertnent. The 'Public Service Amnendment Bill was received from the Legislative Assembly with various amendments, which were agreed to. Considerable discussion took place ont the action of the Assemnbly in striking out the new clause which had been insertedI in the Education Act Amoendment Bill at the instance of Mr. Illingsorth, enabling school teachers to give religious instruc tion after school hours i lltheir own schools. Mr. Illingworth was at first strongly averse to accepting the dictum of the Assembly on the matter, and lie met with a good deal of support from other members. Finally, however, he withdrew from the position wlieh l...

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