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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 12 July 1889
Trade Addresses. THE WHWOLESALE CLOTHING CO. ,TWEEDS .COTING .BLUTE and ANY "SERG. :aLUE an?F a sRG. " Blfe' a~nd Tancy - erges. OURTWEEDS OWN IMCOTINGS TWEEDS or??COATINGS TWEEDS. i beyondGdoubt BLUE and .FANCY :SERGEI. BLUE and '" FANCY' SERGES. the best ever seen ie the-coloniss. Bl' a. order) Fanc 12 S es.d. OUR OWO\NN -·IMPORG. . "A usu*al weTwo aoa.ng taf S of the : Best Cutteirs & Workmen -J. T MIDDLETON._ ALL " WOOL TWEED'- TROIUSERS Geno order),' 1 ' d. r. OLONL. 'WOOL TWINE D UITS' (t Thorder), 46h.. iV.RITE 'FOR S.PTLES..' : M O our Travller Vinit treenly is&iicth:etery i. nards at : annMo st, no. . nd S · .... :·,,'.'J. T.';MIDDLETON, . : " Alry, sleted a lte tock .. OFIRST-ON LA COLONIAL WINES, h? d it offering them at . :: M, Ck. . h... nO TABLING. sed :t _.E . : vineyards at Sanhnrst,.Yandoi .and • Albnry,.eleitec Ir .t .k ! .: ,a. larg . . :FIRST-CLSHEB'OLOUNIAL.WINEES, the griat remadyfor thre LIvem At GOOD STABlNG. "': . `Agent for HEPBURN;M NERAL'W...
LIVE STOCK MARKET. SANDHURST, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 12 July 1889
LIVE STOCK MARKET.. I S.?vsnsmsT, Tuesday. Messrs. . O'Neill and Co. report : Cattle, 352 fat,691 stores were yarded for this weeks supply. Quality mostly medium, and good beef, with a fair proportion prime. There was a full attendance of buyers but prices were scarcely up to last weeks ex treme rates.. We qunto best bullock (heavy: weights) £10 10 to £10 12s; light and medium, £7 10s to £9 ; cows, £5 to £7 -1s, and have sold 73 head for Messrs. Vallance, McDonald, Bourke, . Courtnay,.-. Stewart, Smith and others, lightweight'bullocks. to £7 17s Cd. Calves.-21 penned, quality'good to prime. best making £5 17s 6d, others £2.10s to £4. .Sheep.-2410, about 1600 of which were penned as fat; quality good to prime. Thei supply being short of requirenents, the mar ket was very brisk at an advance of fully is. 6d per head on last week's values. Quota tions-Crossbred wothers, lO'5s to . 20s. ewes, 11i 6d to 14s: merinio wethers, 10s 6d to 143 6d; owes, 9s to lls.
MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 12 July 1889
MELBOURNE PRIODUCE MARKET. Tuesday. Messrs. Binn.'Nicol! and Co.;' chaff mer chants, 56 Speuiear-st., report i-Supplies have been coming forward fairly regular, except prime chaff, which is scarce and in great demand. We quote-Green, well cut, and clean samples np to £7 10s; medium, £6 'Sa to £6 15s; inferior, from .£3 10s upwards, according to quality ; wheaten straw chaff is worth from £3 Gs to £3 10s ; oaten, up to £4.' All quotations bags in eluded. Prime chaffing hay is worth from '£6 10s to £6 17s Gd ; feed hay, up to £7 5s; oats (Nsw Zealand), As }d ; Victorians, 4s ; wheat, 5s 8d ; maize, 4s 10d ; peas, 4s 11i ; bran, is 3d ; pollard, is 4tl.
CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 12 July 1889
-- -C:ORRES&PONDENCE. " -C.doImfi ileatlenv itenledl for Insertion in thlis colonni should be nldrnssed to the Editor. Tle Snalit n ond ndireis of tile writer iurt be added, not nOceaenrily forr iublllciftl, but as a goarantee of good faith. While w-e are at all tince gno d to re ei v ci lla l publish .corrn epollilence..allow ing al rniilirtt of latitude coitiritet with the 'rulee :*o jounlalism,. we do not holl ourselves reslwofaible Ip ,-or any. pjiuoiisexipreiled.] we -. 4-: THE sKERANG WEIl R. n. [To TfEDT Oirr.OF THE KERASxO'TIES.] " Sn,-In your issue of tlie 5tll inst. I ig notice a letter ofMr. Patchell's, proposing once again to lower the crest of tie Kerango - weir by a foot.- I presnioe-he writes this in his capacity of WNVest Leddon elected f couneillor for Kerang; certainly" not in tile re interests of- those whom he is supposed to d represent. in the shire council. There is y very little forethought in his letter, un :o less we inav take his prognostications of...
LATEST CABLEGRAMS. THE PUGILISTIC CHAMPIONSHIP. THE NEW SOUTH WALES LOAN. THE SITUATION IN EGYPT. CRICKET IN ENGLAND. IMPERIAL FEDERATION LEAGUE. LONDON, JULY 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 12 July 1889
LATEST CABLEGRAMS:. TEE PUGILISTIC CHAMPIONSHIP. THE NEW SOUT WALES LOAN. ,THE SITUATION IN EGYPT. CRICKET IN ENGLAND. -IMPERIAL' FEDERATION LEAGUE. (FROM ARGUS AND AGE CORRESPONDENTS.) LONDON, JULY 8. The prize fight between John: Li Sul. liven and Jake Kilrain, for £2,000 a-side and the chanpibonship of the world, took place at Richburg, in the Unite I States to-day, and resulted in the defeat of Kilrain. Seventy-two rounds were fought. f . LONDON, JULY 9. The announcement of the amount ten. dered and the average price realised for the new 38per cent. loan of £8,500,000 offered by the New South Wales Govern ment has catised much surprise, especially in colonial official circles. The total amount tendered was £4,874,000, or less than £1,500,000 in excess of the amount required, whereas it had been expected that the loan would have been about trebly subscribed. : The average price realised was P102 8s. only 8s. in excess of the minimnum price fixed, although before the tenders were ...
THE KERANG WEIR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 12 July 1889
T?H. ISERANG WEIR.- On Wednesday last M1[r. J.3 -. I'Coll, M.L.A., accom, panied by Mr..T. WV. Taverner, M.L.A.," introduced to the Engineer-in-Chief for Water? Supply (Mr. Stuart Murray), the presi lent of the shire (Cr. J. Cullen), Cr. J.Williamson,and Messrs G. Adams andW Williniison'.wio laid before him the resolu tiouis'adopted at the public meeting, held at Kerlng on Saturday last, with reference to loiverinm the crest of the. Kerang?-weir,. andil.o the reports on the recent floods,. prepared by the enginiers to the shire and triust? respectively, Messrs. Albrecht and Kenmpson.-: Mr. Murray, in reply, said he was surprised to learA of the existence of the state of affairs, as placed before him, and promised to send on officer at once to report on the matter. TiEE Eisnco omn SmaRE SuBSDIIss. The action of the Government in with. holding the amounts due for. municipal endowment from districts in which water trusts were in arrears of interest on Go vernment loans was referred to ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 12 July 1889
The Turf. YSTIC PARK JOCKEY CLUB AND u I TROTTING ASSOCiATION 1 ANNU:ALL MEETING POSTPONED TO .( WEDNESDALY, JULY '17i 1889. Preside t-i~I. G" Wood, Esq., Vicei president--John Cullen, Req., J.P.r" Tudge -William Wood, Esq,'J.P.. 'Stewards- Messrs. D. M'Intosh, Jas. Treacy, A. D. Bell, John Baird, W.Doyle and :Dr.Austin. Starter-Jlr:C. II.Yco. .Handicapper Mr. G. Vowles. Clerk of Scales--Mr W. Doyle. Clerk.of Course-Mr. E. Ash. MAIDEN Pr.TE., f £7 1s. One mile and a quarter. Weight for age.; Entranie; 7s. Gd. UEDICArP TsOT, of 10 sOss Three' isiles Nomination, 5s.; acceptance, .... MIrsnc PAnn HAnDrcP,c of 20 sovs.; three sove., ot of. the stae "to go to second horse.':Aboit t\wo miiles. Nomination, 12s. 6d.; acceptance, 7s. Gd. St.Lrso RncE, of 5 sors. Winner to be sold for 20 sors. About one m'iile and a quarter. Weight for age. Entrance, 5a. HdmtICAr HUEDLB RA0C8E of 15' sorei "Ab6ut4 two miles. Nominatioi, 10s.; aeceptance,' Hui~ r Sasnn;, of- soes. One mile. Post' entry.u a eOs...
PANNOOBAMAWM. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 12 July 1889
PANNOOBAMAWM. &nbsp; (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) After several weeks of wet and squally weather, by which the roads became almost impassable, we are now ex- periencing fine warm days. It is to be hoped that this kind of weather will continue for a time as the subsoil has now got a thorough soaking. The crops all look so far ahead (that is the early sown ones) that some will require eating down. Knowing that you take a deep interest in irrigation and its results, I am happy to inform you of a garden, which I was cdurteously shown over by a farmer out on the plains. - I saw some beautiful samples of oranges and lemons. "Some of the trees were bearing upwards of a hundred oranges, and as the fruit was just turning yellow the trees looked quite a picture. The lemon trees were not so heavily laden, but the samples were really first-class. The enterprising owner in formed me that the plants require a deal of water, which has to be all carted from dams, etc. Another resident in M...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 12 July 1889
HOLLOWtY's :PLr.s. - Indigestion.-How much thought has been bestowed, and what voluminous treatises have been written, upon this universal and distressing disease, which is with certainty and safety dispelled without fear of relapse by a course of this purifying, soothing and tonic medicine. It acts directly on the stomach, liver and bowels-then in directly, though no less effectively, on the brain, nerves, vessels and glands, introducing such order throughout the entire system that harmony dwells between each organ and its functions. Dyspepsia need no longer be the bugbear of the public, since Holloway's Pills are fully competent to subdue the most chronic and distressing cases of impaired digestion, and to restore the miserable suf ferer to health, strength and cheerfulness. (Advt.) For Sa7e or To-Let. W ANTED TO SELL.-Table (large dining), also Dresser, both new. Apylv at this Office. 9241 NOTICE. TO LET, at Cohuna Township, Shop and residence. Good opening for Boot- maker or oth...
COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 16 July 1889
COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. The following muc thle dates on which courts will be held, before Major liartiop, P.M., for the months of July and begin. ning of August, at the undermuntioued plances: JULY. Wednesday, 17tlh, 1 yramid Hill (Court of Arbitration). Tlnmrsiday, 18Sth, Pyramid Iill. Friday,lOth, 1 hcraug. Tuesday, 23rd, Serpentine Creek. Wednesday, 24th, Wycheproof. Thursday, 25th, Charlton. Friday, 20th, Inglewood. AUGSTsr. Thursday, 1st, Swan Hill. Friday, 2nd, Hierang. Monday, 5th, lRaywod. Vednesday, 7th, Saudhlurst and Eagle. hawk.
SERIOUS EMBEZZLEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 16 July 1889
SEUIOUs -E~nZZL:EMi.NTS.- At' the Water rolice Court, Sydney on Friday mornig, lHugnh 0. 8. Hiddlestone, who is widely known as an intercolonial cricketer, was, according to an Age telegram, brought up in custody, by Detective Rocheaux on a chargo of liavimg dmblzzled"Governneiit moneys: Prisoner has for a long time been the head counter clerk in the Regis trar-General's office. .No evidence was takeli, inid ia week's remand wias granted. The Registrar:General, Mr. Ward; asked that the Ibail, if any, might be substan tial;, as the alleged. defalcations, so far as at present knomwn, amount to no less thani 6250. ' Iail was allowed in £1000 and two asureties of t500 achcl. Hiddlestone, it is said, iwas oily, recentlysnarried. eIdniuI\TIo\'i IN . VICiOiii. 'tlie chiief engineer of water supply, (M r. Stuait MSuaii· ) haslie'deis:ed xa- conununicationi fromi Mr. S. rfeatl,'engineer, of Wyoming, United Stites, iAmerica, in which he refers to thes irrigation, works . being earned on in; V...
MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 16 July 1889
MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. Tuesday. Messrs. Dalgety and Co., Ltd:, report: Wheat -Millers lhavinng purchased rather freely last week are now holding off, and con sequently prices are easier. :Arrivals: from; the country are small, and town holders are very strong, so we look forward' to good prices for the reriibainderof the year, especi ally if the proposed increase of duty is im posed. Meanwhile small parcels are arriving from time to time fromn New Zealand, direct and via:Sydney, this market being for some descriptions of New Zealand wheat nearly' if notquite, as good as that of Sydiney. At our usual weekly salo toldayj we submittcd a flair catalogue, but biddings wcro rather slack, and we hladto pass almost, the :whole of the offerings. Privately we have sold Prime milling whleat at 5s 8d.; medium do 5s 8Gd to 5s 7d. infdrior. and failty 3s lid, to 5s. -Bran taken at is 2,d. Pollard quitted at is 411. Oats-- iave improved slightly. during the week, and in spite of the recent large ...
PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 16 July 1889
Pouioc MEE ian.-A sneoting of liad holdems within the area of the Koondronk Irrigation and Water Supply Trust will be held at Mr. John M'Kne's residence on Tuesday next, 28rd inst., at 1 p.m., for thep pnrpose of deciding wihere the oflice of theo trust shall be built. PYRAMlD MONTHLY SALE.-MeSsr . ;1. O'Neill an I Co. notify tlhattheiriiinonthly stock sale will be Ihell ut Pyramid on tihe 19th inst.
OPENING OF THE TRAMWAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 16 July 1889
OPENING OF THE TRA MWAY. As already announced, the importarnt ceremony of opening the KIerang and ,ondrook Tramway, the first line com peet~ir.i fn i-r'tio Act rwo lbeerrormenaa bythe Preiior, 'the Honorable' Duncani Gillies, nn Friday next, 19th inst., and vill bIe, celebrated by ia grand banlquet, at IKondrook, at 1 o'clock on the sameo dlay. Avery large-ittenridance of Viisitors is an ticipated,; and for their convenience a train has been timned. to leIave" Sandhurst on the 19th inst. at 7.30 a.ln:, and to leave Kerang on the return joursioy at a p.m. Banquet tickets, entitling the holders to travel over the tramiway, are obteinablo at tho.,Shlire Hall, Keorang, and tlhe 'Roy'il : Hotel, Kedoidrook, at 128 Od. Visitors to Koondrook desiring to travel on theo day..of the opening can obtain ticits ° at .8s` for the return Joourney, children under fifteen years of age being alloved to travel at lialf fare.- !Thliese ex cursion tickets are now, on sale at Miss Piscoo'e 'shtatoioery a...
AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 16 July 1889
fAGRICULTURAL NOTES. (aROs: OUR OWN CO5IItESPONDR It.) Although ltherOhavo been a fewshowery days since last writing, the weather on the whole has been very favorable for farmers. In a few o distriets, however, stock are begnitigitg to' feelthe elfets' of the cold and wintry weather that has beeon experienced. There still remains a good deal of ploughing to bo done in many parts, while in others farmers are well forward with, their sowing and do not minid aR little lost time. 25 000 fat shleep were yarded last week, a large portini being prime quality. The dematnd was isot quite so active as tlhe previous week, but lato rates were main tained. Primte crossbred wethers, fromn 10s to 18s 0 1., according to: weight and qualify;i tesw extra to 21s; good cross bred wothers, from 1Is Gd to 15s Gid ; pirime crossbred ewes, front 13s Gid to 15s 61; a few extra 1Is to 17s ; prime merino wethers, from 13s Gd to ls Gd; good ineritio'isethers, from lies to 12s Gd; middling do., from 8s Gd to I0...
SANDHURST PRODUCE MARKET. July 12th. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 16 July 1889
SANDHUIRST PRODUCE MARKET. July 12th. Mr. W. J. Boobier reports as follows : - Wheat, 5s to 5s 2d per bushel, good prime milling; oats (Calcuttas).3s 4d to 3s 9d; do., white. 3s Gd to 4s per bushel ; barley, feed, 3s 9d to 3s 10.1; do. matting. 5s to 5sn 4d per bushel; hay, prime, to £5 10s per ton; straw, to £2 10s per ton; chaff, .£5 to £5 15s per ton. Mr. C. Brennan reports :-EIav , wheaton, prime, £4 to £5 I0s per ton; oaten, £4 to £5 per ton; sheaves, wheaten, £4 to £5 lOs per ton; straw, £2 per ton; wheat, 5s to5s 3d per bushel; oats, 3s 8d to 4s ier buslhel ; Calcutta, 3s 3d to 3s Gd per bushel; Algerian, Cs 4i to Cs 91 per bushel ; barley, Cape, 3s5 3 to 3s Gi per bushel; clhaff, £5 to £5 10s per ton.
EASTERN VERMIN BOARD. COURT HOUSE, KERANG, JULY 11TH. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 16 July 1889
EASTERN VERMIN BOARD. ComeT HOUSE, KhERMto, JULY 11T. Present-Messrs. Hogan (chairman), Noble and Loneorgan. Tho minutes of the previousl meeting were read end confirmncd. CORRESPONDENCE. From samne, asking if the board hlad any objection to the transfer 6f mallet allot ment 69, county of Tatclherna, from A. Hercules to L. Mieaney. Rleceived; no objection. From same, relative to transfers of malleo allotments Nos. 79n, held by John Shea ; 28, A. T. Creswick; end 78u, Hugh A. Bailey, county of Tatchlera. lReceived; From same, stating that a complaint had been made by Mr.. I. Malone, of Wirrimbirchlip, of the infested state of mallee allotments 30n, 90 and 91, county of Tatchern, held under lease by Messrs. Brown and Harrison, and requesting;tlhat immediate steps be taken to clear same. Inspector to inform lessees that steps minst be taken at once to clear allotments men tioned. From JohuI Malone, Junr., asking in spector to examine Poxon's and O'lon nell's malice allotments. Received...
KOONDROOK IRRIGATION AND WATER SUPPLY TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 16 July 1889
KOONDROOK , IRRIGATION VAND WATER SUPPLY TRUST (FPOe oUn ows Cor.PesrosmETT.) The moithly meeting of the above trust was held at Ifurrabit on the 8th inst. Present: Cmrs. Parker, MI'Groehan, Dole, MI'Keo, Winkley ahiid M'Donald. Cmr. Parker was voted to the chair. ELECTION OF CIIARIMAN. Cmnr. Winkley mored that Onir. M'IKee be elected chairman for ensuing twelve months. The motioni was seconded by Cmr. M'Greehan and carried. The iiev chairman then tool: the chair, and thanked the cominissioners for the lhonor conferred on him. He moved a vote of thanks to the retiring chairman. The motion was seconded by Cmr. Winkley and carried. Cmr. Parker, in responding, took the op portunity of thanking the engineer, and secretary foi their assistancb during his term of oflice. CORRESPONDENCE. From the engineer, forwarding plans for engine shed, and suggesting that tenders be called for that meeting; also apologising Sfor his non-attendance. Received. From J. Mitchell, askingfor one month's exte...