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TRESPASSERS BEWARE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 5 November 1889
TRiESPASSERS tEWARzI:..-Notice is given by alvertisement that in future anyone found hIntig or shooting on Barhanl Station will, without respect to persons, be prosecuted with the utmost rigor of the law. BAN.s HOLIDAY.--It is clsewhere notified that the banks in Koraug will be closed to day (Tuesday), and on Saturday, 0th inst. D?aTisTrY.-.-Mr. Chas. Taylor, repro senting Messrs. Taylor Bros., Collins street, Melbourne, will attend at the Com nmercial Hotel on Saturday, 16thi inst., when lihe may be consulted from 10 a.m. to 4.80 pmn.
PROBABLE STARTERS FOR MELBOURNE CUP. Monday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 5 November 1889
P11013rOBALE STARTERS FOR MEL BOURNE CUP. (BY ELE?CTIUC TEL? I RAPH.) [FROM OUR MELBOUlRNE CORRIPSPONDENT.] Monday Evening. Ljonsdale has been scratched for the Melbourno Cup. The following remain in, and are regarded as probable starters. The probable jockeys are also given :- Cirbine (O'lrien), lMelos (Norton), Car digan (Ellis), Bravo (Anwin), Oakleigh (O'Gowan), Pakcllha (Ranage), Olhicago C Cambell) Ollatla .ii~(Irviru,,), oaxzoux Riclelion (Power), Singapore (Lluxley), Anitens (Harris), Car'rington (Walker), Savanak (Anwin), Dunkeld (Myers), Menotti (Maybin), Tinhlander -, Prince Consort (Bloomfield), Bilenose (Fielder). Melos is the fitvorite at 3 to 1, Chicago being at 100 to 12, Knight of the Garter 100 to 8, Bravo and Ant:eus 100 to 7, Carbine, Singapore, Benzon and Cardigan 100 to 6.
COHUNA IRRIGATION & WATER SUPPLY TRUST. GANNAWARRA, NOVEMBER 2, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 5 November 1889
COHUNA IRRIGATION & WATER SUPPLY TRUST. (ltr OUi oWy l.t'PORTTR.) GA?xAwARRnA, NOVrrIIER 2 . 1889. P'resent-COlrs F. . Westblale, Hari son, Safe, Stracllan, L. -F. \Westhlade, Patterson anl I Lenllo. In the absencle of the chairman, Cilor. F. WVesthlale was voted to the chair. The mlinutes of the previous meeooting were read alld confirliled; (Comr. Kirwan, the chairman, here took his seat.) CORRESIrOxDECE.l From Maryi auld .sohln Wyse, drawing attention to the dlalllge done to their crop and grass land oni th1e P'yralnid Creek, caused by one of the trust's chan nels,, and asking that a colmpetent person lie stlt to illspecrt the danmago d(llne, whicli w.is estimated at :1;S; also requesting that EsoIletIlilg e lone00 to Iprevent a re ellrrenlce of. the danmalge. Received. Clerk of works to inspect the land, anll report as to the extilnt of dIalmlage, if any. From John 1Iockin, ulnder late '7tih October, stlling tIllat .Mr. J. C. Jolhnston had insltrnted hIli to apply to the...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 5 November 1889
CRICKET. A match was played on the ground near tile Bank of Victoria on Saturday last, be tween scratch teams selectal by the captain .(Mr. It. Crawfonl) and tile vice-captain (Mr. II. S. Sabine), the captain's team winning by 19 runs. The following are the scores: Mr. Crawford's Team.-Crawford, b Marks, 23; Rundle, b Marks, 7; Truman, b Marks; 19; MacKeddie, b Marks, 3; Breen, run out, G ; Field, run out, i; James, b and c Marks, 9; Edmondson, b Sabine, stumped Adams, 1; Westcott, b Sabine., 1; Rennes, not out, 1; byes. I; total, 77. Mr. Sabine's Team.-Sabine, b Truman, I; Marks, b Truman, c Breen, 5; Stott, b Truman, e Ilerdmin, 2; Adams, b Truman, 2; Herdman, run out, 13; Bossence, b Tr.u man, c Stranger, 5 ; Dennis, I Crawford, 15; Fraser, b lr-een, 0; Itollings, b Crawfonl, c Stranger, 5; Stranger, 5; byes, 5 ; total, 58. In response to the advertisolnentcalling a meeting for the pnriose of forming a second cricket club, a fair number as senibled at the Exdiango Hotel oii Frida...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 5 November 1889
Trado ".ddrosszc. TUE WHO LESALE t'LOTH ING "O. "tdd. er, oo.. TWEEDS COATINGS TWEEDS COATINGS TWEEDS COATINGS TWEEDS COAIINGS. BLUE and FANCY SERGES BLUE and FANCY SE?.GES. BLUE an:l FANCY SERGES. Blue and Fancy Serges. AND ENORMOUS STOCK. OUR OWN ThIPORTJNG. T IIE Assortment of SPRIING an S SUMM ER GOODS is beyond doubt the best ever seen in the colonies. As usual we have a largo staff of the Best Cutters & Workmen IN VICTOltlA. ALL WOOL TWEED TROUSERS o (to ertier), lt O. ALL WOOL TWEED SUITS (to order), 46s. WRITE FOR SAMPLES.. Our Traveller Visits the District every r Two: Monthsn J. T. MIDDLETON, C General M.:n ger. C 1i TAILORING. P. .DOYLE, TAILOR AND ' ITABITIAKEl, -B EGS Rlespectfully to notify the public _3 of Kerang tonl District that he has commenccl business as a Tailor and IHabit Maker at Wellingtoi Street, iCerang, and by strict attention to business, and guarantee as to perfect fit, holpes to share a fair propor-' tion of; public patronage. Finlue Assortment...
WOOL SALE TELEGRAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 5 November 1889
WOOL SALE: 'I'TITII.IM. The New Zeal:and Loan and Mercantile Agency Company. i.imitel, offered ii3i hales nt their wool sale to-day to a full :t tendllrnce of i?yers. c.olrlcliilon was most :nimriated. efprcially on English and foreign nrcoulnt, and tile market :,lows no changeir irCnee ia?ft report, being very firm at recent ralere. 1ti1 h:les have hoorn sold privately Sirnce ast .sale. irnchlinYM 470 bis, - of 3loma long super and first combing a:l. 111,. and I01 bales combirg a'l i-I fi alesi broken from the M.L.O. or K. clip at ll.r, and 10.1 res pectively. In gre:asy wool the fighest. price to-day was 14,1. for six Iales of very superior comrieac marked .1.11.W over HIermita:ge, frnoi ner lIrnlll:laltha. This clip rwas in ex cellent eon-ition. 13.4 was paid for the ledingr" line of rit. ve r 'eorrgery, 1:i1 hales. tlld for tilrt lambns o th Iis clip, 2.1 bales, a well-|lred. li:-ht. derp-grown wool fro: l:ar Albury, and 131d v:as rhso got for 111 bales of 1limltham over N.T.A\ ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 5 November 1889
Medical. ALL DISEASItSf. Ot1 LONG STANDING COM[ LCTETLY CUILED tBY IIERBAL MAGNETIC TInEATMENT. - Chronic Sufferers Shtoold not Fail to Consult MR H. E. KUGELMANN Cosnlting lflcrbaliht nonl Eclectic Ofi 172 i 171 1IL1.AM STI.:lnr. LIITILI OUIONE. VISITS KER,\NGo EVERY I:T ONTIH (rmad adlertise tlent for Dates.) SH. IKUGELMANN'S .treatmlent differs Sentirely fron all otlherl known, and heolas cured inore cases of Chronic D)isease than any ten medical men in Australia. Thousands of sworn declarations of cases cared can loe seen. Send for pamphlet on Medical 1)espotisms or Liberty which ? 5h pages ; post free. This book exposes completely the old style of Mineral Drugging, no1 expltins the methods of Mr. ICugel mannt's Natural Treatment. Rea, the fol lowing Testimonial, a specimen of thousands Stockyard Hill (near Beaufort) Victoria. 1 I 1 '88. hsit. 11. E. Kuot:L?Lrxsa, Consulting Herbalist, Melbourne. Dear Sir,-As you are publishing some sworn declarations of casescured, I wish to se...
LECTURE ON DAIRYING. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 5 November 1889
LECTURE ON DAIRYING. On Friday last 'Mr. D. Wilson, the Government lecturer on dairying, ad. dressed a large meeting of the residents of M\urrabit in the building of the new fhe. tory there. lie was accompanied by Mr. .J. II. MI'Coll, M.L.A. for the district. Mr. J. J. Lake, chairman of the Murrabit Butter and Cheese Factory Comlpany, to assist which Mr. Wilson had been de puteIl by the Government to cnme up, occupied the chair, and briefly introduced the lectnrcr. [Mr. Wilson said that dairying in Vie toria hal been carriedon under many tlilli culties, and yet had attained very large proportions. It was now in value as large as the production of wool, and larger than any other production in the colon;, totalling £3,000,000 per annumn. Under the what was known as the " dishing uip" systein, much inferior butter had been made, not always the fault of the maker. The conditions of our climate were peculiar and the hot windy days and nights made the production of a first-class article a...
Kerang Times. Published Tuesdays and Fridays. WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 5 November 1889
Published Tuesdays and Fridays. WITII IWEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. TUlESDAY, V OVEMBJER 5, 18ss.9. ScAncITY OF HARVEST HANos.-H-Iay making is now in full swing amiongst the fatrmers, but nearly everyone is crying out about the scarcity of har vest hands, some of the farmers being in a fix already, in consequence of not being able to obtain men. We have heard of cases where the firmers have had to journey to Melbourne in order to pro cure assistance. What about the unem ployed in the metropolis. B13EWARE OF SNAKES.-On Sunday as Mr. F. Westblade and a representative of this paper were drivinginto Kerang. from Murrabit, they noticed a large snake crossing the track justbelow the railway gates ,on the road to the come tory. A stick was obtained and the reptile dspatched, andon examination be cautious in walking about amongst tihe grass, as there is no doubt the recent flood will cause many of these dangerous reptiles to hide init. KERANG HOSPITAL SUNDAY. -The annual open-air celebration in aid o...
AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 5 November 1889
AGRICULTURAL NOTES. -- -------- (FROaM OUR OWV CORIRESPONDIENT.) The weather during the past week has been very changeable, but on the wlhle favorable to the growth of all kinds of cc Sgetation. The crops ofwlleat,oats and har ley give promise ofeplendid yields,although s from a few districts there are instances where the oats are affected by rest. Grass , is :tbnlant everywhllere, and the vines and fruit trees are in a very forward con tlition. Sllearing, bolth ill Victoria and New South Wales, has been very satis c factory. Tlhe largest clip that has been y reported is from Willnrall staltion, near Julnck, New South Wales, where the grown sheep averaged 9lbs per head. Owing to tile outbreak of scal in New Zealand, an order has been made pro S ibiting the importation of shooeep from 0 that colony. Tile Now South Wales Go vernmlet has also passed a similar order e and tile other colonies lhave been asked to e take a silalir step. or it will be neces sary to extend the prohibition to...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 5 November 1889
DnesaEs.-We have had the pleasure of in 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 Sandlhurst, and have no hesitation in saying that they are the cheapest and nicest lot of goods we have ever seen. The new bordered robes, so fashionable this season, may be had fromi sl 3d upwanls. double width, and we noticed a splendid lino of washing Drilletten at 4a lid per dozen.-(ADvT.) P/anted. W\TANTED, good general servant. Apply V Mrs. G. Taverner, Kerang. :I;23 WANTED KNOWN. F] ?OR a severe Cough, nothing in the world .L' equals Dorman's famous Cough Mix ture. It is nice, safe and certain. It is equally efficacious in bronchitis and all chest affections. G. 3. I)ORIMAN, CHEMIST, Next the Theatre, Sandhurst 9512 Notices. WESLEYAN CIIUICrI, KEi? ANG. LECTUIE on Fiji by Rev. A. J. Collocott, Sthis evening (Tuesday) at 8 o'clock. Admlission Free. Collection in aid of Foreign...
MELBOURNE MARKET REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 5 November 1889
.1ELlOUItINI MIUIAICl' ilEl'Oll'lS. 'i1lssrs.,Palcty andl Co., Ltd., Metlbourne, report. o10th i?ct.:-Wool. - To-day we have tle satisftictory intelligence by cable. from our Londr!o ofice, th:at the wool mar l:etin l.ondon is still iniprovingt,private sales hlaving beei made at an advance of 1d. per lb, ipon thle closing Iates of last sales. Shloeeplslins-lIntelers' green sh;ins, is l(d to is (;d; to lamb skins, to Is (hl young lambs, to :s ; green pelts to is 71; dry skins, to'7s id each ; do in hll.s and huntlles. merino, id to 7.d ; do, er-o'sbred. -lid ttl (i64; dry pelts. Os l1t to -Is each, and 2?,'d to 3ld per lb. Hides. Our quotations are : -- lButchers' green! ox, heavies, up to 30s ; medium, 13s to iTs ; light, 10s to 123 each ; cow hides., d ; ip, ilup to 2tl !cer lb; Victorian calf skinl. i ; Ido, New Zealatd sutlperior. OIt per ill: ordinary Victorian salted hides, 2(1 to 2}1d; do, Leavy weights, from :id to : -lol ; prime New Zealand heavy weight hides frot"m "Ild to1...
OAKS DAY. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 8 November 1889
OAcKS DAY.. (BY r ELEC'rIuC TLE.E?:APH.) (FROM. OUR OWN CORRI'ESPONDENT.) The following are the results of yester day's racing : FL.YING STAKES. Mr D. S. Wallace's b hI Carbine, 1 yrs ... 1 Mhr J. White's ch It Dreadnought, 3 yrs ... 2 Mr D. S. Wallace's lr f Wilga. 2 yrs ... 3 OAKS STAKES. Mr ,T. Whitc's ch f Spice . 1 Mr E. C. Naylor's b f Ladly Superior ... 2 Mr T. Morrin's br f ustle ... ... SECOND HURDLE RACE. Mr T. Cummins' b h Corythus, 6 yrs ... I Mr W. 1R. Wilson's bl g Slugganrd, aged ... 2 aMr P. Watt's bl h King Louis, aged ... SIPRINGI HANDICAP. Mr II. C. White's h c Ant:eus, 3 yes ... 1 'Mr RI. K. Mait iland's b I Meteor, aged ... 2 Mr W. 11. Wilson's b h Chetwrynd, .1 yrs 33 IIOYAI. PARKK TAK.IES. Mr E. G. rlnxlribb's b c Prince Consort, 3" yrs ... ... ... ... .. 1 Mr J.. lhitc's I c Singapore, '3 yr; .. 2 . .F?PERAN STAKlES;. Mr. K. O'Slmnnassy's br.h, Clhincago, yrs, 1 3Ir S. G. Cook's br h Joliusite, 5 yrs ... 2 Mr J. ChaIafe us br c Tartar, .1 years .. 3
Kerang Times. Published Tuesdays and Fridays. WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 8 November 1889
Published Tuesdays and Fridays. wrsWIt WEEK5LY SUtP'LIaaNT. 1,'RIDA Y, YOVUEJIJIER s, iss8. P'REsENTATION Tro 'I. .J. W. DAC,NAr.. -Last evening, at the Royal lIotel, Mr. J. W. Dagnall, who for over 7 years occu lpied the important position of manager of the Keranig branch of the National liank. -and,acting under medical advice, arranged soime weeks ago to be transferred to a less trying climate, he being promoted by the Board of Directors to the manage ment of the Fitzroy branch, was lmade the recipient of a very costly gift, in the shape of a handsome and valuable gohl repeater hunting watch, chain and appen dlage, and a purse of sovereigns, subscribed by his nulnmerous friends as a token of the esteem in which he was held, and in ac knowledgmentof his many services at all times willingly given to any movement calculated to advance the interests of the town and district. Mr. \. J. W. Patchell. J.P., made the presentation, in the pre sence of a very largo gathering of sub scribers ...