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STATE OF THE RIVERS. HEIGHT ABOVE SUMMER LEVEL. [BY TELEGRAPH.] Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 12 November 1889

STATE:OFI THE RIVERS) lIEIajir'AIOVF SuMMIIn YL LBY TPLEOIRAPII. o M~onday-., U\bory Muri , it;; 1G 1l~tuy ..6 .0 I cliuc . 22 8 Swan Hll .. 13 0 Pusto ý 23 9' Gouniurno ,nSryolar 3 0 1JulmnRrMUmoEE. Wnagg 6 3 Lity 9 9 I Llimnald 16 0 lIcnindze '7 3 Wentworth 3 4 Wilcanniri 3.. 4. . 13 4

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 12 November 1889

CORRESPONDENCE. ifi nntit 1111tim,.ii itett1n.i t.,r iuIcrtnLn in thi. name 3(1111I el11.1~i15 of the, writerr el~elt he R-J·IUI. not1 nrr=-ailrf~n tmdi,.tec.letas . .nCnrte. or el..1 fnlit. VWlhil ter t.,e . nil tithe, clndcl t. rc reira an"1I Illlllljil con c--iIIIII~: lcf_ IliI ille an o...... t ofl~ I elitelle Clltli i.··1I citl the ntlCei of j atrnalknlji .rII .1e nos. lL ~o01· II1Telt-·( . IMIIoIIIIIlI I·~I· any opinimiol ecprcc ',i.]

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
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TRAMWAY EXCURSIONS. [TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERANG TIMES.] [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 12 November 1889

'I' ItA3lWAY EXCURSIONS. [To TIn Eanlro: or rTn Kr.isaL THiEs.] Ste:,-With your kind permission I would like to sugrzest through the medirum of your cohlunn, the lavisability of rIn niut excursion trains on occasional Sun tlays fri!l Keratng'to hloon:lrook. Con siCleritng that the hat weather is now well :il vn;ced, and the fishing season begnn, I iam sure that large numbers would avail tlthemarslves of tihe opportunity to spend a day under the cooling shade of tall trees on the banks of a delightful river. The Sunday trips would prove inmmense recreation to those lwho spend the re mlainhler of the week in weary, though necessary ton:l. Shlould this sungestion be carried into effect,. I feel confident that it will prove a great tneces , atid the tram way revenue will lie considlerably aug EXCURSIONIST.

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
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AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 12 November 1889

AGRICULTURAL NOTES. In all parts of the colony the crops are lookling iagn ilcent and the harvest pro mises to excel that of any previous year. Those who have been fortunate enough to Slay their land down in potatoes will have Shandsome return. In grazing matters the outlook is very bright, and reports from all districts points to a superabun. l d,,lor. ,cffoold.5,H ornubew of farmers are Thstri * I ·?Sl l jr?? u ris 1t:tl'tIIlU IIScllage; Thei rise and progress of the cattle in i. dustry in tlhe United States reads almost ;, like a romance. In 1850 the number of s cattle in the States was 17,000,000. In 1880, notwithstanding the war and the resulting stagnation, the number was i 35,000,000. In 1890 tile number will' 1 show 50,000,000. Tile States east of the .Mississippi only increased5,0,000000 in Sthirty years.- Tlhe. west has increased from n 2,000,000 to 30,000,000' since 1850. Some ELgptian. mnnunlny wheat is .being raised in Oregan,U.S.,A., where the 1 experiment is watched w...

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. DAIRY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 12 November 1889

COIMMERCIGAL INTELLIGENCE. -- ------ DAI ll PIIODUCE. The butter antI egg mar1et is fairly sup .pliel. Prices for the former are now quoted at. Id per li fonr rowd quality, and for the latter at l9d per dozen.

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CONCERT AT TRAGOWEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 12 November 1889

CONCERT AT TRAGOWEL. at (FROM A COIRRESPONDET.) An A concert was held in the Baptist le Church, Tragowel, on Friday, 1st inst., in e aid of thie Sunday School prize fund, and of proved very successful. Miss McColough, ly of Kerang, whose performances are too re well-known to need comment, accom n panied the singers on the organ. The -- u-L-^?- s-m?O fortably .filled. At is the end facing the doorway the children 211 were arranged on a gallery, and the sight e. of their happy faces alone did one good. re The chair was occupied by our reverend S- friend, Mr. Wilkin, who always seems to - fill tle place successfilly. After a few - genial remarks by the chairman, the to children opened the concert by singing 0 Iheartily, andI in good time, "A welcome to it. a'." Miss Heath then sang veryswoetly, S" Postal." The next item was to have been ta recitation by AMr. Miller, but that gen tleman being absent, the assembli,?g was I disappointed. The next on the programme e, was Mr. Simpson, but w...

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
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MESSRS. TAVERNER & M'COLL ON THE BONUS PROPOSALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 12 November 1889

MESSRS. TAVERNER:& M'COLL ON THE BONUS -PROPOSALS. We ':ake 'the following repoirts friom F7lanssrd: of speeches on the Government BIonus proposals, delivered by Messrs..T. WV. Tavrierei'a?ild J. II. M'Coll, M's.L.A., in the Assembly on the 17th ult.: Mr. Taverner said lie would not haive spoken on this question, had not the honorable imemiber for lHorshaln attempted --le thought munfiirly-to represent that the farmers of the icolony required the honutsi proposals of the Government. Speaking on belilf of timhe whett producers of the colony, lie (Mr. Taverner) cduld say that, so far as these bonuses were concerned, they had never been consulted, either directly or indirectly, by the Vege. table Products Conmmission . (Mr. Madden -" That sttdeietmit is not correct.") lie would ask"thli honorable member had the comnuuissioni'e-er visited the North-western district ? They might have gone into a few towns,.siclfias- orsluhan and IKerang, wlhdre the busindss men were sharelholders...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 12 November 1889

J. F. LE W S CLOTRIER & OUTFITTERI PALL MALL, SANDHURST. J F. L. represcntatlve vhiit.s Keran miontldy fir irln:s with tihe la..4t t.hing, in HENORY COL L AN A CHITECT, Conmmercial HIolel. Keran Plans, specdicationsl and quantities prepared. THE COLLEGIATE SCHOOI, I'RitNrAL MR.. C. PERMA.AIN. GLASGOW UNIVERSITY. PIANO, SINGING & VIOLIN on the systemrns of the Royal Anatomy a Music, London, nad the Conservatoriom of Milan. DRAWING & PAINTING ADVANCED CLASSES. Medical. ALL DISEA..SES OF LONG STANDING CO. PLFTEIL CURED BY I DERBAL MAGNETIC TREATMENT. Chronie Sufferers ShoSld not Fall to Consult MR H. E. KUGELMANN Coalestihe lferltli.t tatl Eclectic Of T172 in 171 |\sI LLIAr STItEFr. MELOOURNCSE. VISITS KiLSING EVERY MONTI[ trerr advertise iment forDates.) 1[ 11. KUGELMANN'S treatment differs 1 entirely from all others known, and lie has acred more cases of Chronic Disease tlhan any ten medical men in Australia. 1 Tllousands of sworn declarations of case. cured c...

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PRESENTATION TO MR. J. W. DAGNALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 12 November 1889

PRESENTATION TO MR. J. W. in DAGNALL. . ve Some weeks ago the many friends of Mr. s J. W. Dagnall, the manager of, the local (t branch of the National"Bank, regretted to. tl learn that he was about to leave the district. S Mr. Dagnall's eyes having been a source of considerable trouble to him for some time, ai on account of climatic influence, his mcdi- s al: adviser \warned him that it would beex- fe tremely inadvisable to -risk another summur a thus far inorth, and arrangenments were ac- r corlingly maded for him to take charge of a another' branch in a less trying climate, , Fitzroy beinig fixed upon as his destination. e As soon as it became definitely knowni that n MAr. Dagnall's transfer would shortly be an c accomplished fact, a representative meeting was held at the Royal Hotel-for the purpose of considering the best means of expressing the esteem in which he was held, and con veying to him, in some tangible form, a suit able acknowledgment of his many services t to the town...

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Kerang Times. Published Tuesdays and Fridays. WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 12 November 1889

Published Tuesdays and Fridays. 'S WITH WVE.FKLY SUI'P'LIMIINST. i 'TESDA Y, YOVIE.IIIB I 12, ISS9. ir -even ing'liasta ntmo sundccdtltft "i?ijfieet In, ig and ontertainment took place at ionn n, drook in connection with St. Paul's Church At 5 p.m. tea began with well filled tables arranged for the purpose in Ilr. Keene': Q- wheat store, which had been very taste. fully decorated for the occasion with ever. , reons and flowers. The manner in whieli n the ten was got up. and the tables laid out, reflected great credit upon the ladies w- who were in charge. Amongst those serv ing at the tables Inoticed Mesdaines Scott, Coransck,Akers, Mnrray,E. Smith, Arlbuth not, and Misses C. and L. Corniack, S. 9 and E. Phillips,E. andH. luorne, Buckland O and Hinckson. The Rev. E. 11. Scott, who S hand been detained in Korang by the fumeral y of the late Mr. .Tames Pippin, was not able to blie present till after the arrival of the tram. At 8 o'clock the entertainment, col|mplosell of songs tand re...

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LATEST CABLEGRAMS. THE LONDON DOCK LABORERS. THE PARNELLITE COMMISSION. THE PARIS EXHIBITION. DEATH OF LORD FALMOUTH. PRINCE ALEXANDER OF BATTENBERG. THE LONDON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. A WEST END CLUB SCANDAL. LONDON, NOV. 6. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 12 November 1889

LATEST CABLEGRAMS. THE LONDON DOCK LABORERS. THE PARNELLITE COMMISSION. TIIE PARIS EXHIBITION. DEATH OF LORD F.ALTIOUTI. PRINCE 'ALEXANDER OF BATTEN BERG. TIlE LONDON CHAMBER OF COMI 1I ERCE. SA \EST END CLUB SCANDAL, (FRO\M AROUIS AND AGE CORRESPONDiiSTS.) LoNDoN, Nov. Gi. Additional returns plblished by tie l London Dock Laborers' Strike Cotn tuittee show that the amount of the Sub scriptions . received front Australia is nearly £30,000, the balance in the hands of the commnittee being £7,800. The total amount of the subscriptions received front all sources is £44,500. Nov. 7. d Messrs Molloy and Sheffield, members of the Parnellile party, have become pos . sessed of the dliary left by the late Richard Pigott, who sold to the 'im-s the e letters alleged to be written by Mr. . Parnell and others which formed the n groundwork of the inquiry by the Tires ii Parnell Special Commaission, some of which were admitted to be forgeries. They threaten to reveal the contents of the diary earl...

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KERANG EAST IRRIGATION AND WATER SUPPLY TRUST. FRIDAY, 8TH NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 12 November 1889

t 'KERANG EAST IRRIGATION AND '' WATER SUPPLY TRUST. tc FRIllD.Y, STI NOVEI.nIER. d -Preset-C-Gmrs. ollowav (chairman) st Slott, Peacock,Thorne and Kerr. , , Thie minutes of the previous meeting were read aid confrtiedl. e COIittiES'ONIINCE. or From Water 8iliply department, for in warditng copy of voters' list for year 1889. C Ileceived. . 1- From Arnall and Jackson, asking for ; information for publication in their ttuni ct ipal directory. Secretary to supply no r cessary informnation.. .. o F'rom J.[ A. 3aieKeddie, thanking t'te s conmissioners for appointing himl to the o position of treasluier, anid asking lhat his - locus lenets miight .be appointed acting d treasurer durin': his, (MIr. MacKeddlie's) o temlorary abscude. lReqauest granted. From Water Supply department, stat ing thata redistributitan of the How Swamp Swater was about to: be iarle, and asking, vlhat quantity "tlt tru o t would require. The chairmiul stated'c that he had con sulfe.I with solie'o bf the comnmisson...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 12 November 1889

Trade .Ldrosses. 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 most iven early to the above to ensure a supply f Woods' Howard's and Hornsby's machines STRIPPERS, WINNOWERS and REAPING MACHINES npplied 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, Lubricating Greases,eto.,constantly on hand. Large Supplies of Wire. Timber, Iron, Doors, Windows, Broad Palings, Geelong Lime, etc., ronmongery, Dry Colors, Paints, Varnishes, rushes, and large assortment of'new Paper hangings, cheaper than ever. [ NGER'S and WERTHEIM'S celebra ted SEWING MACHINES supplied All duplicates, Needles, Oils, etc., in stock Agents for the National Fire Insurance no. of New Zealand. H.C. KEMPSON C.E. CIVIL ENGINEER, ARCHITECT AND LICENSED SURVEYOR, Scores...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 12 November 1889

"Trade .Addresses. THE W.H-OLESALE CLOTHING CO. TWEEDS .... TI... TWED COATINGS "LUE and FANCY SERGES. Blue and:adncy Serges. - rL t; (t - TWEEDS... .COATINGS TWENORMOUS CSTOCK.ATNGS STWEEDS. COATINGS BLUE and FANCY SERGES. THE Assorlt~ednt of SPRING an SSUMMER GOODS is beyond doubt the best ever-seen in thle colonies. As nuisl 've haiiv ii large staff' of the Best Cutters & Workmen IN VICTORIA. ILL WOOL TWEED TROUSERS : ALL- WOOL TWEED SUITS (to order); 46s. Janr Taveller Visits the District every S Two Months.' J. ,T. MIDDLETON, .. " General Man ger. TAILORING. P. DOYLE, : TAILOR AND IHABITILAKER, fEGS Respectfiully to notify the public 'of Ket?ng ani District"that he has commenced busiiess .as a Tailor and Habit Maker it Wellington Street, Kerang, and bystricthttention-tohbusiness, and guarantee as 'to perfect fit, hopes to shamre a fair propor tion of .public patronage' . ' Fine Assortment of Tweids, Cloths, Coatings 'and all necessary materials on hand. * INSPECTION INV...

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MELBOURNE MARKET REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 12 November 1889

? R)p|UI.'Ik MARKET ' E1Tt dlit. xTrec?ri. Yomglihosial arid'Con., T.imitml. (f1i, Ionnrke Street. iTelbnnrne, report 5ith Novemhr :-Wool. -- The sales prongrps with spirit, and comlptiion is very actiive. Slehopskir.n. - TPntehers' greeon sins. sune rio. lO n)to 7p Gd ; p. few extra at A - (t . do. gonnl. ?n to Ctno, ordinary .Isto I 5: ,Io, Inmlet ;!fin. ;cs to I s; spring skins. up to~ (;,1: Idry contr ysinos. tiot.; to i; id ; dlry sins onnd. :it1 totn tld : ilo. ordinnry. :i 6, to-Is: loatI skins.is (,1 to 2. td. In iales--up to7dlper Ih:nordinary. .Iil to 5tl. lilde..- Green ox hides, hea.viest. iltlbs to 1201ht. 5si to 50s oanh ; do, ordinary. 751is to .Sills. 12s ton Is e nch ; clolight. 651 s to 7011;t. 10; to 11t o ei h : green kipt , 2i1 peri lh; green calf, l5d llo 5,1 per' It.; country salted hitden. lest., 21 to 2:t per th : i,,rinar. .1S {nclt 2.ll per"1. h; t t ps. o pd t 2.3.1 per lt ; ealt. 5l per lt ; Xciw Zeal'tnid --hieavy, n to -td per lb. ; ordinary. 2.d to ld...

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MELBOURNE WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 12 November 1889

1ETIT,11OUI.x, (?Tlat hA?SAES. 'lers. Youlnhatlh:m,1 "ni , C. Limitedl offerc'1 at t i heir ralh. .t ".k. entaln ,_ , of 1?10 ?:l tl i a ntmellrll a attenIla'ure of hunver Thiere w.a veru spirited com?lllpetltion. l n :,ltisfactor-r clmaran?r -anc. imne of 'ever lot. lrier, wcere vart firm for all wiool in 9ndl crnditiin. w-ell lat n. arl of rino quality. anit somn irreenl:lrit (,CeelrrC1 in the pric.-i uni.1 for mlelilt l n:1 inferior lto-. ' |h lifihlt. price oltaincl w-as 121.1,. rwhich w |a' ireine. From the llntrlinttaaiil (clip br:anhdl 1t' P roalitrl iil:d for 1-Ifl hlale. 111 hales of s'larllrcl piec- tlrriinllr al. Sei-veral rli;p hrcnlht fram't101. to 12x1. arIttitat thlesre h,rtin iinllcul -1I Ihlesl fromi ('ani:ntln. lramnlcrl 111 in irelc. at. 1011. hales branilel over.111 ennjinell.and : i l.ate. btramled S i ,over Pine Girove realizrdl 11.'1,. memin? m11 se'-ow-l cro.shrecl hriniimi 1t1.1. Franm f'lhinallhin an: eccellenit lt of merino cnoth it, htratiled I1 P .ahld a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 12 November 1889

n?EssEs.-We have had the pleasure of in spdcting a:choic -selection of 'dress samples in all'the latest designs for this season, both in ivool and cotton. fabrics, as supplied by Messrs. Manning'and Co., of Sandhurst; and have no hesitation in saying that they are the cheapest and nicestlo?t of goods we have :ever seen. The new bordered robes, so :fashionable tais season,.may be had" frimn Is 3d upiwails double width, and' we noticed a splendid line of washing Drillettes at '4 lld ,per.dozen.:-?Avr.) . ". T be well dressed is to have mounted the first step in the ladder of success. 'Send for patterns of. choice woollens and. -.elf nieasurementiihstructions to Lincoln, Stl?a t and' Co., Linited; 238 ,Flinders.street, Mlk! bourne. Thiiy will send themis tb you post 'freei;' they have the largest. tiloring estab lishment in" the' City. A capital: business suit to measure for 42s. !(Ansvr.) a..nted. A &?TNTED. one bullock driver, two '' ,;scoop men. and one horse driver. Wags.':...

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PROCRASTINATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 15 November 1889

* ; ; ;-PROCRASTINATION.. V PiweiusTrxx&To j j the thief of time ; Yeanr'aier Scar ii 1ate~fiei,-j w'hodnd toth mercies 'fa om ent uJ) aTES· Th'1ie Vn t'concerm of aj eternaleeneoo - Yooso.

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TRYING ON LADIES' SHOES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 15 November 1889

TRYING ON LADIES' SHOES. "TALK5Xo of trsing On ladies' shoe," 3aid a clerk in a prominent shoe store, "It is one of the most delicate and arduous duties that fall to the lot of a salesman. Why, the most inno cent remark may be construed into an affront, and the clerk finds himself called to account. Hlave you ever noticed that a boot and shoe man does very little talking i " "Do youoi men in seloling goods 1" "Sea. Sois' airs ago a~ aerkain 'a New Orleians alshoe store lost his life for paying a lady a compliment about the size of her foot." "Are all ladies so sensitive on the subjecti " '"It requires a very nicoed;iscritnination toi know when to pay a lady.a compliment on the size of her' foot. ;Vhkehe some l.dies coifme here, who possess remirkablyl prettyfdetiti'ad it would be worth my place'if Imake anyreiiiark about them. Then others-just as;fastidious in all respects-will expect a little well-directed flattery; in fact, will challejlge it, l)d m~irecs ating their feet. Then ,s...

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DAMASCUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 15 November 1889

DAMASCUS., this., earthly F dis,' of the Prophet so; fair' ooi e eyes: that he dared not trust hi?self totarry J a her' blissful shades; she is a cityf ' hidden plilacese of copses, and gardens,,and fountainsn,antd bb bling strTihms. e The juico of he' lif c is the :gushing and ice-cold. torrent thatitumbles from the snowry sides of Anti-Lebanon. Close along on the river's edge, thrmigli seve ssweetidiles of rustlin' ,ouagh. and deepe~1 shade, the city slreads out lier whole e tli. 5 as man falls flat, face foreward on the brook; that hlie may. drink and drink again,'eo Damiascus; thirsting for ever, lies down with her lips to the stream, and-clings to its rnshingwateers. . _.. IBut its eardcns are the delight-the delight and the pride of Damascus. They are not the formal parterres 'which yut mi?t t eIxped from, the Oriental tOaste; they dothe"hirig baiek i?b your mindi the?memory ofsomn'dasrk: oldshr b bery in our northern isle, that has boon charm ingly on-" kept tip" foe many and...

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