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MELBOURNE MARKET REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 15 November 1889
MEL.1BOUR1lNE 21AI(;KEI ULI'OU1TS. Meosrs. itinn NiCcoll ndI Co.. chtlff mor chants, 56 Sncer-strceat, report :-Owing to the holiday;. ao the lar,,i qu" atjity of chaff coming for".o;:,. taCe l:rt ltas bheten very dulil. a l price - :'?'- , te n t r d colsile:' ably. We ut -o'-rin:e r'.on Mltles tp to 5 ; nelimOt , :i3 10; !a ; ila'frifram 30s. The stor?le ;.cm-'-at::'.- l:-ti na for chaff sati&actor\&&#\ Wll imu ainiien hor thant the nall of thir &lt;to is .c:Ad, on te ground, which setrioul - inte'rfres witi:t the sale of it. Pa ime milli - wheant, -; Ot 1; oats; New Zea:land.':I 8:; -Vietori:an :- ; :i! tio :;t 41. maize, prinie S'dny se3,--a ; bracn. 1d1; pollard, 12d.
MELBOURNE WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 15 November 1889
MELBtOUjPNE, W OOL \lES. MessOur wool sale on 'loo a- it waso 1a attenCdcd, and eoampe iiil Eritnrel. especi ally for Poodl Iloerina -cr" tU--Yfrino, (0100 back and oec ---s M01 RIb k e offlcre :3.600 bale. prirnt-' i g d -lito to peond qualitces. -oeI: " '1 hail s th hi htesot priccs briog i for e" light Tirtttt-tto contoback;, other 1t *'t-til ttoat- w,-c' rtes. giototlrt' wa in 1iie tt, rea!iz ing up tob1ll for 'e ulk :Ij r orina inriro. E. liorsr's wooli from i~gngtlrtak: i-rtaie--i ill to 14)3., a-el M1t lire, cip ;ota Lake Bowan realise, tip to 11lI for -se-rino anld 113 for crossbbred.
A Hardy Norseman. CHAPTER XXIV.—continued. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 15 November 1889
THII SAT DOWN ON A BENCH UNDER THE SHADE OF A GREAT ELM-TREE. A Hardy Norseman. B3Y EDNA LYALL, SAa?i r of DsrrDan.a." IV' Txoa, " JI, Ike Cotlte Days," KdtA.E?'Ernl." &c. CHAPTER XXIV.-continued. Mr. Boniface was silent, and glancing back Frithiof saw on the thin lips of the detective a. very expressive smile. The sight almost maddened him. In the shock of the discovery he had turned very pale; now the violence of his wrath made him flush to the roots of his hair. " If you didn't put it there, who did?" .said Mr. Horner, indignantly. "Don't add to your sin, young man, by false hood." "1 have never spoken a falsehood in my life; it is you who lie when you say that I put the note there," said Frithiof, hotly. " My poor fellow !" said Mr. Boniface, " I ant heartily sorry for you, but you must own that appearances are against you." "What! you too, sir!"cried Frithiof, his indignation giving place to heart broken wonder. The tone went to Mr. Boniface's heart. -- I--think-~u-.-di...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 15 November 1889
YORKSRIIAi RELIS H. The Yost 8,000,000 Del lBousSaue Bottles Sold ta thre World ,nnually sa I U, t U aS G1s1111 TUMn To 11 MWIm TOI T TIE " STEAL FlIS ILET LID'SCPU TIL WiTH SOUP r IS 1 SHoULD E O l CHARMISW N s SI.EBOIAIL ILENDS ADMIRABLY EPICURES PRDNDUGiEIY WITH ALL GRAVIES. EL THE BEST WIQL ACREES WITH THE MOST a IA SOOIDPrTI TI DELICATE PERSOIL A M MAKES COLD MEAT A UIXURY. ND B>TT 10 m HAKES THE PLAIHEST VIANDS PALATABLE A I0S mIIDLI THE DAINTIEST DISHES IIAR u OuOLORI MOREDELICIOUS. im AmEED POSSESSES i PIEASINDO T ADDITIII 1T PIOUANCT. Y Wo?rL.s8AI. AGItrPJI .TILLOCK da CO., George Street, Sydney. sold hweswwhaba. Relief from Cough in Ten Minutes. I-A ' "MAlqT' S IIHAY AN S.OI BALSAaMoer prepara Stoep . nse! HAYMAH S BALSAM s the most ertin na speely remedy lot COUGHS, COLDS, HAIYMAN'S BALSAM iHOARSENESS,e. IATIAN'S BALSAI IlesA HTAN'S BALSAM DISORDER THE UNGS HAY AN'I S BALSAM mdA. HAYMAN i& ?CO.s ate of ~eath), AI 'S BALSAM IS ALsEMARLE STREET, aLONDO Refreshing...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 15 November 1889
ITOLL,oWY' OrINTMIENT.-GO whereyo may, \ in every country and in all climes, persons will be found who have a ready word of praise for.thisOintment. For chaps, chafes, scaldli; bruises -and sprains, it is an invaluable remedy; for had legs, bad breasts and piles, it may ie confidently relied upon for effecting - a- sound and permanent cure. In cases oe .Lpuffed ankles, erysipelas and rheumatism, ITolloway's Ointment gives the greatest com fort by reducing tihe inflammation, cooling the blood, soothing the nerves, adjusting the circulation, and expelling tile impurities. This Ointment should have a place in every nursery. It will cure all those manifold skin reffections. which, originating in childhood, gain strength with the child's growth. (AvrT.) P/anted. "T-ANT.EDmiemnbers of the Tradesmcn's "V Cricket Dlub to " roll up" for scratch match on SATURDAsY (tomorrow). 9636 ANTED) one bullock driver, two . scoop men, andi one horse driver. Wages. 30.:. per week and found. Aplly leo. Ta...
PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 15 November 1889
PA RLIAMENT. . theliLegislative Coluncil on Tuesday, the Minister of Defence promised 1Mr. Zeal that the Victorian liRngers woul be f supplied with swords and helts similar to those' wovrri li' the 'Mtnted Rifles is soen as possible. The Patenis Law Con solildation and Amendiment.Ilill was con sidereid inr iliiiit?.it~e nd the dliseussion of its details occupied the greater part of the sitting. Several minor anmendlents .werc-..areed .upon. _..Ir. Zeal moved a new claise,'provilinag that if an inventor hai uilade and published an intention prior' to the passing-of patent laws in the colony for i which he coil:d not at that tiihe obtain a patent, he might apply to the comtinissioner aiif. patents for, temnporary proteetion. and cta eomlnlissilonr might,. Snpon satisfactory evidence, determine lih atlnollnlt of royalty, if iny, to lie granted to hilim. It was explaine'l by MIr. Z.,al that the case which Ie.lrdhicietly ini his mind in ma.kiing his lipriposition was that of MIr. .Lockha...
FASHIONS [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 15 November 1889
In the.e days, when so much strens is laid on 0 the picturesque, it has often surprised me that modistes and ladies have not more closely fol lowed the quaint and tasteful costumes so often seen in old pictures, fas?lion-plates, and ancient engravings, which deal more particularly withl the fasiionjisof the past. It is true some were In ?aggerated,'but very m ny, if modified, wouold l ngreebhly ediversify; and :improve upon the al preent= style of dres. Sihnce penning the above, ?'lrave read that sroe Iadis, of an riirsti? turn of mind are ginrin their attention P to "picture-gowns," 'copied with the gcatestr necuracyfrom the pictures of old masters. A dress. of this defription, copied from an old 0 portrait of the Empress Joep,hiine, wia recently worn with great effect. Ion choosing a particular style of dress, or fashion of hair-dressing, the d copier should give consideration to the model she has "chosen. The same iJhysiluC nod physical advantages must come into the reckon ing, o...
SWAN HILL SHIRE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, 12TH NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 15 November 1889
SWAN: HILL SHIRE COUNCIL. TUE:sDOAr, 12TiI No\Vi?iEn;. Present--Crs. Cnllen, Hastings, Hors fall, Dunstan, Yeo and O'Donnell. In tie absence of the president, Cr. Cullen was voted to the chair. The mtinutes of tile previous meeting weroe read and.confirmed............ RlEORtTS. Tie rabbit inspector(Mr. P. Hosking) re. ported :--During tile past month "I have in. spe ted the West Loddon and Lower Murray ridings. In tile West Loddon Riding I found tile rabbits were plentiful on the hold. ings of Messrs. S. Camueron, Budgerum; and Ml'Coll and ['Lcllan, .Dartagook. I had served notices and warned thcese persons some time since, and as no action was taken I took out sunmoonses for them. Between the time of the issue of tile summonses and tile day of hearing, Messrs Cameron and M'Coll took energetic steps to clear their hloldings. I therefore allowed these cases to be settled out of court, upon their paying tile expenses, and promising to continue at tihe work until their lands are clear ...
MISCELLANEOUS READINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 15 November 1889
MIdCaELLANEOUSnREADINGS. ! -0 On of ithe grcateotrsbnces of tohble its, this world' is the babit people ?ha-ic of f?lkifg faster than they thik~ok. ^;=.t t cAs if wedidotsffcr oig frem the t iirmhs wl'ih' lie"about' without must we con spire also to haraoss one snothrler c r I ' ALL pleasure must be bought at the price of pain The true ply the price before they eojoyit ; the falseafter they enjoy it:.: ,- t t'LovB never reasons, but profusely gives; en gives'. like .a.thoughtless prodigal, its all,-and l .trembles then lest it has done too little. - s Y- sNoTnrGs can be reckoned good or bad to us r in this life'any farther, than it i ?repares?or in disposes us for the einjoyiment of another.. l A oEnEsousahbrave, ia noble deed, performed by an ndversary;? couiiinde our opproliatio?a;! while in its consequneiems it my bhe acknS?l'dilgeed prejudicial to our particular interest. ::-AVesnsITr exasperates fools, dejects cowards, an disiws out the faculties of the wise and indus-. d trius...
COOKING [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 15 November 1889
Po'TATo Rissoiro. -To one pint of well n mashed potatoes add one teaspoonful of butter, half acup of hot miilk,.one teaspoonful of.finely chopped parsley, and half a cup of minced haim or tongue. Rloll into 'sidl: balle, dip in egg, mu then in bread eiimlis and fry in: hot lad until of adHliate brown> One , u ' S r d'oidrincup of iream u?til stiff, then aidd the beaten whites of theeiegse; stir in'this mix ture a bowlfid of thoroughly mashed stra? berrieg. Thiis s nie in summer:time when set on on ice for a' few haohrs before eating. . CorPPrcE PASTE.-?ake: one quart,of, flour, two teacups of' bhrtter,!one tablepoonfil of sugir and half a lablespoonful of salt; put all gr together, and chop until tloroughly mixed"; ; the 'itdd 'cold water (ori ioeddwater) to makea stiff paste, which will take less than a eap of water ; roll out once, and.place.in ,the ice-ehest he to harden, "; : ?p ' Sn'aor Siouz.;-Thie follownmg:sagood osauce for all kinds of, puuddi? Hnalf ,a; cp of butter, on...
HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 15 November 1889
HEALTH. -0 Tuotcn is no healthier fodd than fruit :.. Do not relaii in close, over-liated rooms. Fosr Btras A.vo ScL.st.--'Nothing is more soothing than the white of an egg, which may beh poured over the'wound. It is softer as a varni.h for a burn than' collodion, and being alwayn at hand, can be applied immediately. It is also mnorocooling than tliehiweet oil and cottoniwhich 'was formerly sipposed tohe the suor'st application to allayithle smnatingpain. It is the contact with the;airi which gives tlie exareme discomfort experienced frorl the oiordi nary accident of this- kind, s'afnfiythin highich exeludes'the air -and revents inllammnaoao is the thing tob hoapplicd.?? ", - : IHoIe ;MIK.As t Rse onaxenix.-o Milk thatis mnih', heated loses 'fora ttimn a degree of its soeetness and density ;:hit soone:fatigued by over-esertisio of body or mind ivlions ever exlerienccd tho reviving influence of ''itumbler of this beverage as hot as it can'beo silpped, will willingly forego aresort to...
WIT & HUMOUR THE STANDARD OF STYLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 15 November 1889
:.ITHE STANDAIUD OF STYLE. WnAr mattii if iretty or plain be her face' What matter her dress, be it linen or lace ? These things are as trifles of rieht or of wrong Is her.parasol handle sufficiently long ? PLTr-rosasx AFFEcn roGe.-Going between the acts at a theatre., "Ix the hanb d ofIon ien entirely great, t?o parasol is mightier than thd sword." It will stop a horse car. PATIENT : " I'm~ot-nfraid to die; -oc'tor but I do dread being buried alive." cdddto (cheerfully) : " Don't let that'worr.y yoeg. h'i • see that you aint.":1 A WASrroGoror correspondent speaks of thid meeting hetwcen'the mehmbdre- recent investi gating committees and;,the parfce investigatod as "very cordial in fact, whisky etredial:? '.?I fe. Wists (reading) : "Professor i)aidsnte says that the English language is easiefi' ' acquire than any other spoken.J' Mrs. WinS*! 'O.f conrse it is. Even our'baby is learning' it." Cot., is said to. bo the most contradictor' article known to conimercere, enise on being sold...
HINTS FOR HOUSEHOLDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 15 November 1889
TR OUSEBOLDSF Pas ?tndýmoothirigownradisb of mashed potatoeis their flavour and textur Ci. sy e ments are'? sait "id " p t dm,1e~cperi n sa d to have been '-'d en mtde I t ri lu l as a cement for glass.~ maybe rendr? ? waterproof by ar nishing iorrith lirseejoil ard coating waith solution of i-bbepi tmn api.s. ONE onOe cacC'of loves, cedar nd rhlubiab Wer pulverized together, makes a good perfume for Wb closets and drawers, and helps to prevent The moths Is h AN "inch ýof rain" meanrs a gallon of water ,rnad~o'er3 srf?ey .of ne rdy two squaore feet, Pi or a fall.of about on hundre tons on an acre of acts To protect ilde's clotting from fire, aid pa one ounce.of.alum to the laut water used stop rinsing elothiis. Thiis renders tohem mehlr ' P inflammabrle: .. " but grease mky" t clater sodlby slow boilingin weakl Eon lye. *ItoOis , a? que, sioliO WhCrr , hether i? il A wortl~theotrehlo. . -,+" ra, e TisPolos vr "`j ui size, and the newa ones garl hold+ bbut tavice'ss mueh a the old-fa...
MAJOR BARTROP'S APPOINTMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 19 November 1889
MAJOR BARTROP'S APPOINT MENTS. Major Bartrop, P.M., will attend the various courts in his district dulring the present month as followvs: Tuesday 12th, Serpcntine. TWednesday 1:tlh, \Vedderbhrn. Thursday 14th, hiort. Friday 15tht, Inglewood. Saturday 16th, Echlnca. Monday 1Sth, Raywoold. Wednesday 2Otlh, tierang. Thursdray 21st, Pyramtid till. Friday 22nd, Keranug. Tuesday 26th, 'Tarnagnlla. Wednesday 27itlh, Wycleoproof. Thursday 2Sth, CIharlton. Friday 20th, Inglewood Monday, 2ndl December, Swan Hill.
THE RAILWAY COMMISSIONERS SALARIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 19 November 1889
THE RAILWAY COMMISSIONERS SALARIES. Though thle proposal to intrease the salaries of the Rlailw:say Conunissioners might appear to have scsn a surprise to members of the Legislative Asseobly on Thursday, it was (says the Asrqus) niot really unexpected. For sonic wceeks it was known to be the intontion of the Government to place a sumn5 on the Esti mates for the purpose, and nmembers were caunvassed for and against the tote with some diligence. Accordingly, when the matter came sp there was very little talk of the coummittee being takes unawares. The opponents for whom Mr. M'Coll spoke just simply desuanded that there should be no increase at any rate until the current term of ollice of the comumis sioners, which has two years to run, had expired. Mr. Gillies put the position from the Government point of view. Speaking almuost solely in reference to Mr. Speighlt, ihe said that the Government would not accept the responsibility of not proposing that his salary should be in creased, be...
RECEPTION TEA MEETING AT MACORNA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 19 November 1889
RECEPTION TEA MEETING AT MIACORNA. (Ferox .L COIttttEStONttis'.) A uiost successfiu reception tea and public meeting was tendered to Mr. W C. Sadlier, who has lately bcecn appointed to tale charge of the English Churches in P'yramid and Mncorna districts, in All Saints' Clturclh, Macorna, on 6th Novemn ber. The catering was entrusted to Mr Brtcn, the local baker, and gave every satislfiettion. The tables were nicely laidl out and decorated with Ilowers, and the ladies who assisted were Mesdamecs Hare, Fraser and Castle, and the Misses Mann, Fraser, IHocking, Gibson and Castle. After the third sitting thie tables were rc moved, and preparations mnade for what proved a very enjoyable public meeting. In the absence of .Mr. Faunl, of Sandhurst, who was to, haveo presided at tihe meeting, Mr. Perrin took the chair. The chairman having explained the reasons for the ab. sence of the Rev. E. IH. Scott and Mr. Mosely, tendered Mr. Saclier a very hearty welcome to Macorna, on behalf of the gn...
Kerang Times. Published Tuesdays and Fridays, WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 19 November 1889
Published Tuesdays and Fridays, WITH WihKILY SU'I'LIEMExr. 'I'TiEI-l):1. Y O7E11/E1I119, JSSO. Situ. xce our last issue, in which we touchedl upon the qulestionl of federation, Ir. Gillies' reply to Sir Henry Parkes' circular has been piublished in the metropolitan journals, and annexed to this comn munication is the copy of a letter ad dressed by Mr. Gilliecs to Sir Henry Parkecs in August last, which at the time was marked '' confidential."' Although tile Premier of New South Wales has certainiy laid himself open to severe retort, which would hie not undeserved, Mr. Gillies has studiously abstained from availing himself of thle opportunity offered him, and both of thle recently published docimnents are chlaracterizedl by great lmloderation of tonell. From the inception of tile Federal Council, whllichll, ais we have already Ilhad occasion to remark, Inay be takenll to bIe tile first step towards the federation of thIe colonies, Sir Henry Parkes Ilhas heel so Ilunreason ably obstru...
PYRAMID HILL. Nov. 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 19 November 1889
PYRAMID HILL. -- ýv-- (FROM OLT0 OWN COLRRESP'OINDENT.) Nov. 18. The lad Daniel Stabbings, charged with breaking into and stealing money from the IRowan Post Ofice, was brought up at the Sandlihurst Police Court on Thursday lest. and sentcncc:led to 14 days' imprisonment, and to receive 12 strokes of the birch. The postmistress and thle arresting constable were the only two witnesses cailed. William Mlurray, for stealing two sets of ttht, was sentenced at the same court to 21 hours' imprisonment, with twelve strokes. Both prisoners were arrested by the Py'vramid police. A heavy storm of wind, accompanied by rain, passed over Yarrawalla and Pyramid on Saturday. The roof of Mr. Furnecl's house was blown oil; he estimates the dam age at £100. Five inches 80 points of rain fell at Yarrawaulla, and 1 inch 40 points at Pyramid. T1ENsaRS iro invited by tihe Coluna Irrigation Trust for makinlg, in one or more contracts, 500.000 briclks. Particu lars appear in another coltmn. o :1oLLoww's Ot...
RETRENCHMENT. [TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERANG TIMES.] [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 19 November 1889
RETRENCHMIIENT. [TO TIHE EDI)ITOIL OF TIHE EEIANO TIME.] Sie,-I was v-ery pleased to see by ylour report of the proceedings at the last shire council meeting that Cr. O'Donnell again intends to bring to the fore the tmatter of retrenclhmeont. Heo has repeatedly said, when asked, that whelcn he brought the matter up before, he could only get the support of one unolmber, but now, with the intlnx of ntew blood, oIn consequent lireal up of thle " ring" we shall le able to see whiether Cr. O'Donnell is in earnest, :ud if the swishes of theio long-suffering rgte payers will be earried into effect.-Yours, etc:., RATEPAYER. We Woeo itnp, November 10th, 1880.
PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 19 November 1889
PARLIAMlENT. Ott the legislative Council assemblilng on ''lntrndav afternoon at the usn-l hint. M1r. (tIsihbort mo1ued that the House should Imeet at o'clock on Ttesday to day) nilt Wedoestlay (to-ttorrow), in order that the session mighl t be closed on the 21-1 inrt. Ifite itotion, whlichlt i:ts secondedo ity CUlonel Sirgoad, led to a good .al of dittcussin, itt wichtit Mr. Zatl anti it. l)oistntt inti.ste lI that proper timts :tl: Il le given to the ionuse r the cill nsidrti. n oif the tieitshtitstrhich were bhiouht il. fore it. '(te fortmr gentl etin ititimttatid that if the proposal were carried tit ha wtoll oppose' ertoo measure11 i, sir. ieill being in cousnitsunce temtpted to Ott}- thatt lthe iOn. Itt lu 1 '1 ' l wttt' weulet e 10 tittiali his hite.' \n :uniendument wras proposctl by lIe. .1. \. Waltaee, agreeing to ei tmeeting at 3 o'clock, hot binding the House to cu ljoriti at 11. This es alost by 1 rotes to ii5 and the utottion wi- coretd. ''The 1"encin, Law .\nondmtent P...