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A WHITE-CAP OUTRAGE OF FREQUENT OCCURRENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 15 November 1889

S1WHITECAP OUTRAGE OF -:FREQUENT OCCURRENCE. : S' ELL, Blobbs, what's the matter with SAll broke up." So' lshould say so! Eyes red, hair dishevelled. " Well what's the matter" rtim to put o your clothes !"' ' es. Trmped nearly th a were giinght ig hingIa hut a night shirt on. . "Whi ipped you`. reekou;e, ith cowbhide, "That is fiendish. Have ?oa inyy idea 'who [ the White Caps were ? " '. Yes, know them well." p "Good I you'll have them i?nishli "' . "No. I reckon not." " You're an idiot! Who were they ' "' Wife and baby. JpllyWhite Caps they are generally; but the yunugster had colic last nighit, and I had to walk the fldio ith'himn-" But the other wab out of heatii:; -

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SCIENCE THE WEARING OF THE EARTH. II. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 15 November 1889

THE WEARING OF THE EARTH. II. BY nR. ANDREn WIIeON. THnEE is no force in all the list of the agencies which wear and tear the earth more effectivelro or more constant in its act:on than water.' Whether in the form of rain, or rivers, or of the glacier or the sea',water is omnipresent. and is perpetually engaged in the task of eroding, wearing, and "weathering" the world. A graduatAd s?ae oe things awaits us when we regard water in its elets upon the world. From the rain drops an ne rillsto J-lvl s- the t? tsthe mrt mght'y rivcr,- is an easy transition, since the actions of these agencies differ not in kind but only in degree. With the sea the state of matters is much the same. The action of the ocean on corsts is, after all, every where the\same, limited or favoured by the hardness or softness of the coast, and by thi mildness or severity of wave action. The story which science has to tell us about the part played by water in wearing the globe forms three-fourths of the whole hi-tor...

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
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KERANG AND KOONDROOK TRAMWAY TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 15 November 1889

KERIis.NG. AgND KIOOoNDOOK TRAMWAY TarusT.-- Ameeting of the above 'tii'st waits held at the Shire Hall on Tuesday, after the business of the .council meetinig had been trausacted. Cr. OCullen was in the chair, anid all the other councillors present at the council meeting occupied their seats. A loiter wasiv receivedl fromn Mr. Francis, tiallic manager of the Vic toriantllilway;-allowing. certain -conces sionisto the -trust,; such as running-'tho carriages and trucks into the Government jilatfornl, use of Government trucks; tarpaulins and lashinds" foi'an" destina tion on tee Melbourne side of 'Kerang for the sum of £50 per year. The offer was a:cepted with thanks. On the motion of Cr. Yeo, it was agreed that the engineer. should draw ulp the balance of. accounts standing between the contractors fdr the line and the trust, and that a final certifi cate shotild be obtained fromh Dlr. Field, of the lEtilway. department, passing. the work as complete. Cr. O'Donnell sug gestbd that tile...

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
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JAPANESE COURTESY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 15 November 1889

JAPANESE COURTESY. WnEcs a couple of Japanese aequaintancrs ecounter each other in the street-no matter whether high or low, male or female, old or young-they stand with their feet somewhat apart and bow repeatedly while rubbing their beaded knees with their bands, drawing in their breath as they rise and closing their lips with a sudden gasp as they Bop down again. The conversation opens with a sigh and a dry cough :- . IUt is a long time since I hung upon your rye,. D.cp sigh with a short congh. " Yes, alas alas I I have long been deprived of the pleasure of gazing en your features." "Blow is it with your. respected husband and the charming baby" ".. Sigh and cough as before. " Best thanks for your kind inquiry ; they are both quite well." "Since I last bal the pleasure of hanging on your eyes, you hare grown much older and also rather stouter." Another sigh and cough. "Many thanks for the compliment, but I fear you flatter me." And so on ad libitum, until they part again after a ...

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
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LATEST CABLEGRAMS. LABOR TROUBLES IN ENGLAND. A NEW TORPEDO. THE NEW SOUTH WALES RAILWAYS. POLITICS IN FRANCE. SIR CHARLES DILKE. PUGILISM IN ENGLAND. THE CRONIN MURDER TRIAL. LONDON, Nov. 11. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 15 November 1889

,LATESt-, CABLEGRAMS. LABlOR TROUBLES IN ENGLAND. A.: NEW TOIRPEI)DU.! ,.:...: THiE: N\W SOUI'. WtLES 'R iLWAYS. SPOLITICS IN ,FRANCE.,, :. SIR CHARLES DILKE. PUGILISM IN ENGLAND. THE CRONIN MURDER TRIAL. (FROar ARGUS AND AGE CORRESPONDENTS.) .Losos, 'Nov. 11. Theo. dock laborers' strike :committee has'aliplied £1(00'lof tielah i ci U remiain. , ing.iu their.hands ,to ,meting.the expenses of the strike now proceeding in:connection with the shipping triide "The dock com panics dave fixed.a charge, at the rate of 1s. G6. per ton, upon all lighters enterin' the docks, wliichl tliej;hlino iitlierto been permitted to do free. The toaster lighter men declare that this charge will have a ruindus effect upon them. ....Mr..Mulrphy; of Wellington; New Zea land, is arranging for the formation of a syndicat for r'ho pu?rpose of :esting a toipodo' wlich lid'has invented: .,The. prusent strikes in connection with the London shipping are, delaying the shipmehnts of rails'foi the l:New South Wales ...

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. DAIRY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 15 November 1889

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PAII Y POIOD)IG E. The butter an'l eg m.:rl:ct i fairly sup plied. Prices for the farmer are now quoted at 4d per Ib for good q:ality, and for the latter at 9d per ,!ozen.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 15 November 1889

Trade Adrosasos. TO FARMERS. ADA MS AND CO N?OTIFY that on account of the valuabhle and important improvements made in WOODS' REAPERS AND BINDERS large demand is anticipated. Orders must iron early to the above to ensure a supply f Woods' Howard's and Hornsby's machines STRIPPERS, WINNOWERS and REAPING MACHINES upplied at lowest rates and terms from Nicholson, Munro, T. Robinson and Co., Hutchinson and Walker, Lennon, Bunclo and other well known Implemeontmakers. Harvest Tools, and parts of Machinery. Oils, A Lubricating Greases,etc.,constantly onhand. Large Supplies of Wire. Timber, Iron, Doors, Windows, Broad Palings, Geslong Lime, etc., ronmongery; Dry Colors, Paints, Varnishes, rushes, and large assortment of:new Paper hangings, cheaper than ever. [ NGER'S and WERTHEIII'S celebra ted SEWING MACHINES supplied A it duplicates, Needles, Oils, etc., in stock - Agents for the National Firo Insurance .H.C.KEMPSON, C.E: CIVIL ENGINEER, ARCHITECT A ND LICENSED SURVEYOR, Scoresby STREET,...

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 15 November 1889

SO. RRESPONDENCE. 7'.:n, , ,,I ll tic.< iitttch,.i Tor insertion . in tIc od V rn lddlli Rtnnlll elre-cc to the lditor. Tic na* c an~l ndlrlse o tohe tto rit- r t nct het nt~t 1. eot feceonrilyor Ihlieotio. Ibuttc n a tooetoct of elt foiti. While we are at ill ti' gloiad to re coiro 3'.1 i pohlibi cnrrospoticoro. allowing at Omti o ~ t it! cni:;ea ocoioco cthe tttc jCnntniirn. to tj o not hruooc nrc I. rec e Tp, tcibl f"-r ai?-clly opi itei o preaard.]

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
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MAJOR BARTROP'S APPOINTMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 15 November 1889

3MAJ.OR BARTRQP'S° APPOINT Major uftrtrop, P:;qIrhMwilkatsten&ý the rious nresfi hia ilistixet diiririi tihe I fp csent nenthpll,"~ol". ws Jcs, r ,· A WVeanesdayj lsthqt4Vccladerlbernja C jtI ewdooýt:14ttifIo o T 'Saturl 1 FryI: Ee l r-1. \VeRn e Ita20th; ýý nh n !ATM. r h.;b{li.,rsday12rst' ra~i~iuidHi1 , 1 .2&lfa~ x&Ie~ atbxien~~h:auie " `='4Frilay=.29tWi'?:.l onwotas weaelf ,'d:t Monday, 2dd "Deieubhr, Swan Hill.

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TRAMWAY EXCURSIONS. [TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERANG TIMES.] [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 15 November 1889

TRAMWAY EXCURSIONS. [To TIE. EDITOR OF Tin.: KEILEIO TIMES.] Sin.-As one somewhat interested in the success or otherwise of the trmnway, allow men to entr an emphatic protest against the sugeestion of your orresplondent " Excur sionist." Ieing entertained by the council. It. seems your correspondent is not satisfied with robbing God of his own day. but now seccks to rob man. merely to gratify his Sab h:ith breakiing propensities-thle culse of everydistrict. country, or notion, wherever it Si'practised. It is an acknowlcdged fact that where the Sabbath dayv is kept holy. there )peace love and prosperity reigns. There bore. away with such Cuod dishonoring thouoga-hts. and rise to something more noble and clcrating than the grovelling sugges tiois entained by your correspondent. SVEICITAS.

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STATE OF THE RIVERS. HEIGHT ABOVE SUMMER LEVEL. Thursday. MURRAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 15 November 1889

STATE OF THE RIVERS. HEIIIT AnoIVE Summir LEVzL. .S.l, ELR, LB c Tl.EG.iAPHi.n J : .Thurslay. "" itr . ft. in. i.clluca'f . *: "* " .. ". " . 20: -7. SwiiHill" , . . '. ! E.. .. . .. :::;. 22 10 Sr:i. Gonr.nc;unl * . Snymour . 2 10 * -.-'.,ij u.ncairiiDO El. i ". . : Waggt ...- . .. 0 •l •) 8 3 Dhui"'; . i. " . "- ..m .. 1 .iMenineiie , .... ".' . '.I . 9 Weitwort ' .. 22 8 i Wileannia .. .... .. 11* 8

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

i APPROACHING ASALES.' ' Particulars ofh tlie llow1 .auction sale appear in oar advefihsinig coliiumns.: S'l|',y'Yr '' 'liinr.id .n 'Co:, rTi Wecdnesday. November 20th.-\Valuable anri Scultural liand in.the parish of Loldbon.':."1 Friday,'6th December.-2'210 acres in' the Sparish 'of BaelBacl. B ýý : , Ity J. T. PnlocEn. Friday' Noveimhor22dil. --Sale of a quantity Sof miscellaneous:anodi. :o .:

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HOW THE PARSEES DISPOSE OF THEIR DEAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 15 November 1889

HOW THE PARSEES DISPOSE i OF- :THEIR t DEAD. TuIEE can be little doubt that in many parts g of the civilized world cremation is coming more 'a and more into favour. ,The prejudice againstit T is very strong, and can li overtme but slowly. of Nevertheless, it is giving way here and there, r and although wse are not likely to see any very sl great extenoion of the practice in our time, we tl may depend upon' it;that, :a few generations p hence, it will be mclih more universal thani a -many of us like to think. What, we wonder, ci would be the feelings of those who are revolted ca by the idea of cremation, if any attempt were tl made to substitute for it the practices of the si Parsecs in regard to their disposal of the dead 1 ai An.l yet there is, on many grounds, much to be a said in their favour, as will be seen from the tl particulars given below, describing a visit paid ft not longago to what are known as the "Towers of Silence," which crown the height of Malabar Ib Hill. in India...

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

HAUNTED HOUSES., Dr WILLIAM C. PRESTO.t I. the long winter eveanilg when we gather round the cosy fireside; feeling all the more happy and cnmiortable because we know it is so Ii 'cold and dreary without there are few more favourite pastims than. that of telling ghost e stories. And singularly enough, it is o'ten s .most loved by those' who are most in danger of 9 being unnerved by~it. lMosit of us, at one time ,or other bave eat by the hearth until the small hours of the morning listening to tales of horror c until our hearts havcfainted within us at the 9 very prospect of going to be.l and yet we have s been anxious to hear more, and tle fascinations of the story have increased in proportion as it has inspired feelings of greater terror. Here are two such stories; one of them r remains shrouded in mystery althougl perhaps, 0 if we did but know it, the explanation would be as simple as in the case of the other. We L will give the more mysterious one fr.t. It is I recounted in a let...

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SANDHURST STOCK MARKET. 13th Nov. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 15 November 1889

SANDI-IURT STOCK MARKE.I H~th Nov. Mcssrs. It. ON'rill '1n-l Co. rano:"t : Cattle-'ll, fat. 101 storms tall 1' calves cnae forward for this 'eel:'s sttnltly. \+pl quotce-cBst pc of lcs r 10 to C 17s i O; oid besets,",is') ; roc: best. £7 5s; others ?'0; toir Cafc S-- I pene, fliih sut ith 1-u iour~i Ii:-t matinfeg x'4 5; ;int.-r -10: to (tDc. sI r-h -3171. of silisri sassm :1(0 ii.'~ pealed as fat. We quot -L1ee: ill, t :o cor:iter (in to"s wool), 12s to Iss . osim=. ts to 11s (id (=(to tis wethero, 7s to N 3 :t = o bred ccethers :ul r."st·s (i: ih.2 Cool) to to <. Lambs-fIfI; Ir' a dn ii sjs tuati:ic; rer sentcd. Price:; yore firsts L utat i-gihi o" 1; otfixer:,is t5 7:;(11.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 15 November 1889

CLOTHIER & OUTFITTER, PALL ?MALL, S,'ANDTHUfTS:.T. J. F. L. s re r, etative visit< Keran. monthly fr ords , wi:th the :a. at : gsi s in e market. AICHIITEICT, Commercial tiottel, ,?r.an Plans, speifications and quasntties prepared. T E COLL EGIATE SC(HOOL T'lsINCIP.L - GLAsG Oir U `IV0FSITtY. PIANO, SINGING & VIOLIN on the, y'..'t1 of eir ?ty t; !ca-e:nas Music, Lo:.,)en, +Loi t':. t i n;.mrv t; un. of Miltn. DIhAW INtl & PA?..Ni:TN(; DID YOU READ) Tills; ? TIlE PiSIVPiLIT. READY MO0NEY STORE, SANDHUItS 7, IS Selling Ciarrants. 51i; taiins, ;1 ; Lemon Peel. A.-; . Tins . d'; Baking Powde, 8 tI ; ax Mr.he, 51 p'er packet; Safety Ma1tcles, 21 per packet. ; Split Pens, 2d pelr ; o o'p. GI plr bar : Tea. 1s. Is3d, is Cd, per Is; Ca lhs, ,I (spri'm), and all other articles equally cheap. it. livered at the sandhurst l'Milhay S tation free of char. e. All orlers to he smempanictT by Post Oflice Olter or Post:l ;octs. Please note particularly the Address ...

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Jeremy York. A STORY OF OLD DEAL. I. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 15 November 1889

Jeremy York. A STORY OF OLD DEAL. IY W. CLARK RUSSELL. Au.~.or f t, " I l rc of .r. Grotenrtor," &Lc. j , LIGHT westerly wind had crowdcd the spacious waters of the Downs with an chored vessels. The colour, the apparcl,the quaint bravery of the ships and mari ners of the last century made a noble and spark ling show of the marine pageant. The hour was a little before sundown,and the gush ofwarm red glory past the giant headland went in a tincture of dark gold to the zenith, and thiace pale as amber to the eastern e.eplile, with a hot crimson head of loidd here and there vaguely defined "upon the delicate radiance, whilst the horizon ran with a line as clear as though scored with the sweep of the leg of a pair of compasses. It was an evening in the month of September. There was scarce fewer than three hundred sails of vessels gently straining at their hemp cables to the easterly set of the water. They had come together as if by magic, for that morning the historic tract of wa...

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Kerang Times. Published Tuesdays and Fridays. WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 15 November 1889

Published Tuesdays and Fridays. ' WITII WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. FRJDA Y, NOl 1EMfBER 15, Isso. Tim movement in favor edertion. TE H l of the federation of the colonies has made a great stride within: the last few days, if we may judge by the number of speeches which have been delivered in its favor, and: the enthusiastic .maumer in which! theyj have been received by the audiences to whom .they have been., addressed. From a sentimental question, which has heretofore been discussed with languid interest, the popular inipres sion now appears to be thit it has been. suddenly transformed into .one .within the range of practical .politics.. ;And yet it is diffilult to believe that this is really the case,.and.that the federation of the colonies in the full sense of that expression is any nearer of attainment to-day than it was twelve months ago. At the inaugural banquet given by the Mayor of Melbourne the other day, at which all the Governors ofthle coloniies were present, and at which, each::...

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MILITARY PEDANTRY—WELLINGTON'S STRATEGY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 15 November 1889

MILITARY PEDANTRY-WEL LINGTON'S STRATEGY. Tue issnesoof modern warfare do not depend solely, or even mainly, upon stereotyped strate gical combinations. A live, wide-awake, ener getic, active enemy cannot be mechanically fought down by rule and plan alone. The general who expects to make a name or save a nation in these days, should be fertile in expe dients, prompt in action. His brain should be constantly on the alert for favourable opportuni ties to strike, and he should be able to turn them to account there and thent. Dash, daring, enterprise and quick intelligence ar essential to success in almost all callings, and above all in military affairs. Often has the proverb, "he who deliberates is lost, ' been literally verified on the battle-field. Take an authentic anec dote in illustration of the fact. On a certain occasion during Wellington's campaign on the Pyrennees, that "Great Captain " being displeased with the dispositions General Picton had made for, receiving the assault o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 15 November 1889

Trade .ddroesoa. THE. S.1I )LESALE CLOTHING CO. rod. oottL WED CUeT G Trtet TWEEDS 0ATING BLUE- and ANY SERGES. r vs o PI a • , , , . C S O O TWEEDS COATINGS TWEEDS COATINGS STWEEDSO COATINGS.o BLUIE and FANOY SERyoP S. AND I ENORMOUS STOCK. As usual we have a large staff of the Best Cutters & Workmen IN VICTORIA. ALL WOOL TWEED TROUSERS of S (to order), 12a id. ALL WOOL TWEED SUITS (to neE s order), 46es, WRITE FOR SAMPLES. Our. Traveller Visits the District every r Two Months. * J. T. MIDDLETON, C o rGeneral Man ger. : " TAILORING. I P, DOYLE, TAILOR AND HABITMAKER, EGS Respectfully to notify the public of Kcrang and District that he has commenced business as a Tailor and Habit Maker, at Wellington Street, Kerang, and by strict attention to business, and guarantee as to perfect fit, hopes to share a fair propor tion of public patronage. - Fine Assortment of Tweeds, Cloths, Coatings and all necessary materials on band. S INSPECTION INVITED. 9414 :READ D WHAT THE LEADINiiG 9...

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