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[TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERANG TIMES.] [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 19 November 1889

IT) Tnrc tDlITOr oF TItE EIIAxo TItMES.] Sir,-Pi'ermit nc, thonghl it pains Ime to reflect ipot the actions of gentleen ci hate tihe honor to reckon as personal frisads, to express my deep regret that en tiptortant social jnstitttion, that hits Christian world for fourtccu centuries its reverenced as an initegral part of her systeit, has bcen ruthlessly desecrated. I sun sure it nmust have been with ami all well conductted imeimbers of the cotl Iitntity heard for the first tites tilhe wan:on whiistle of an exccursionrl tram. For tih secven yearsit hiasbeesn tny pleasure to re side in this district, I have nlever inter fered in atty inutuiciptl action, and I trust tlh coinciliors will recogunise it is only tlit deep sense of duty, as the clergymtin of a church tlhat lhas always ntii taiitned the sacredness of this day, that I inow' respectfully record this protest.-Youors, etc., EDWIN II. SCOTT.

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[TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERANG TIMES.] [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 19 November 1889

[To TIIE EnIToR or TIIr KititAx T1iMes.] SuItI,-I was greatly surprised Iand suldened to learn from your yester dlay's issue, that it had been determined by the Tramway Trust to run an escrr sion trail to Koondrook on Sunday, I 111 November, and, in the event of this vcn tore proving suIIccessful, to continue to do so every Sunday. I feel sure, Sir, tilhat this step will not meet with the approval oif the ratepayers included in the trust's urea, and should ithe trnst persist in tIheir resolution, I will at once take steps to scure a canvass of the whole of liie tramway urea on the question. I hold, Sir, that in a matter of this sort, the wishes of the ratep:ayers should first have been ascertained. From the report in your colnuns, it appears that the sole motive fur running this train is a finan ciail one. The train ivay was construrted in spite of the opposition of a very las go section of the ratepayers, its cost largely exceeded the estiimates, and nose, in order to nmalto it pay...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. DAIRY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 19 November 1889

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. i'hr hunttcr :tut _: _ttrlcrt i,: fairy snp plicil. l'riccs U the fnenr 1e::re ~ jv gnntei at "li pee lb for good .~uality, onl I r the. latter at :It p r Inzct1.

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MELBOURNE WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 19 November 1889

IIELI:OUItNE WiwlT SASES. The Niew Zeala: i Low amid eIlcrcaotile Agency Compons, II., held tlheir usual weekly wool sale io the 11th instl.. at which a cata.logue at t)I i iiales was oi-ro.ed to a full atteictancn ofi hlyers. Tlie itlrl:ct was finrm as a whole, lit c mpetition Iot sonice gradies was not vso brisP as iof ile, notably for fiaulty and heas condilitioniel soonis. Greasy merino sold upi to l1. p':ai for Sit ha LIoS It tine well grown wool Imari. 1 M1 1 over Laggan, froni near n-rino station, 7 bales of pieces realising 71. nt ift 1iia-s niarild.i It G over tnniiymide, fromn Castertin, iol at 12il. 1li Icadint line of rdoosha Sli hales, agood iry conbiniig, froi nea i llilston, sold as high as 11. In t rossirs~s the highest rates were Ifor KI over iiost tt, 10 hales coute hack at 12':l, amt tI hales creosoeil at 10,id. This wool was in elxclcont condition. ami well grownc. Scue ii cili op Ii tQ forii 15 bales 01i tine lquality miarke-i L T I trnut Alluri andi Clare; 21i5...

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TRAMWAY EXCURSIONS. [TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERANG TIMES.] [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 19 November 1889

TRAMWAY EXCUIlSIONS. [To liii: Eunron nir me Keinatse Tines.] Smn.--«hilst pernsing the colonies of your last issiue, I noticed a letter written by an apparentlI sanctimnnious eorrespon dent, who, by tihe wording of his letter, showed Iliinso f to be a grceat discnnmbner, and displays his ignorance by styling him self" Veritas." lie begins his letter by sayinit that hle is interested in the sIccess or otherwise of the tramway.n but ,before prloceedling far hle givesc a decilded contra dliction to his statement. Snrely, if a re veine can Ie derived by running an ex cursit o trin 00 Sunday the shire concil, in thIe interest otf thie ratepayers, is por feetly justified in so doing. I dto niot thinkl it is the intention of tihe council to nuse any coreion in the nmatter. There fore, " Veritas," or tnty other iperson, has tihe option of remaining at home, or having an afternoon's outing, jast as lie pleasos. Ilie also mentioned thnat I wished to roil tant as well as God of his day. I ask...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 19 November 1889

CORRESPONDENCE. (It.lultulltlt lc(; tinlc iutnlt ".II1 f.,r inliCL·:tinl inl tli( cciFJ an.1 i~lblislt c:II rcr~l n!ncI!cIn.. lI nit g nt11

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THE DEPARTURE OF SIR HENRY LOCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 19 November 1889

THE DEPARTURE OF SIR HENRY LOCH. His Excellency Sir Henry Loch took his departure from Victoria on Friday revening. when lie hembarked with L.ady Loch and family in the stc:unmshipi Damascus, which had been chartcred to convey Ifis Excellency to the Cape of (Good Hope. Though most of the farewlis had ieen saild before the day of sailing, Hlis Excellency was occupied till locg after nib lay in receiving depotations bearing farewell addresses and other memenn toes. The directors of the lRoyal Ihulane Society of Australasia presented an address. The conunmissionsers of the Centennial Inlter national Exhibition begged His Excellency's acceptance of a gold medal and of an allulm of portatits and viewsc. 'The Trades H-ell Council presented an addresc and a book of views. Thie comnmittee andi stewanist of the Victoria Iacing Club gave en album of in stantaneous pholtographs taken at tleming ton during the recent spring meeting. The l'resbyterian Assembly attendted in force, and also presen...

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A MISSING ASTRONOMER. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 19 November 1889

A MISSING ASTRONOMER. The following,,talken fsrom the Milhourne "Evening Stamluarit." refers to a resident of this district.hle haiving. until recently,. ownedl a sel? tiin niear Wee Wee Itup : sWFor scveral weeks past the eccentric he havior of an imidliriual named Peter Keeler ihasi caniied ini slit-ll :miount ofE divtrisnn to a nIIIIiher oif persons in North Ilielhond. Sonie tiiii ide hman, trio was diestineld, acciording to his osne accounts. to create as miich consterination in Anstialia as the ii orit ol fjalilco created in fits native land. tol; up fis quarters at thie Sy-lenhiifim IlItel. Of his ires ioils history vert' little is knoan. unt as lie i ippeared to lie tliorougihly respc-. tattle. :inil. milreover, wansevidently in good cirrnnist:nices, lie wass tot interfered with by ithe police. Ife was generally reissrdled as a iiman with :I craze, which had so far mns tered hint as to imkle hlimu a slave to anm tnew tlieory whlich iilght suggest itself to liii. His iarticula...

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THE CROPS IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 19 November 1889

THE Cuors Is SouTn AusTrAcLcA.-In soveral parts of the York Peninsula, par ticularly in the Ihundreds ot Cunningham, \Vallaroo and Tickerac, and. also at Port Wakefield and Lower Light, the late crops are very badly affected with red rust. Up to three wceeks ago there was every pros pect of a 15 or 20 bushels averago being reached, but all comnpetent judges agree that, owing to the severity of the disease, the average in these hundreds, so far as regards the yield of the crops, will be re duced to about seven bushels per nacre.

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STATE OF THE RIVERS. HEIGHT ABOVE SUMMER LEVEL. [BY TELEGRAPH.] Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 19 November 1889

STATE OF THE RIVERS. IlEIntiT .rovlt StnInxr. Lrver.. tIT TELEGItAPII.J Monday. MunnL.r. ft. in. Albnry .. . 9f Ilchuca .. .. .19 7 Swan Hil . .. 13 0 Euston . .. ... 22 2 Gouransr. Snymnour .. .... 2 5 ttnisnntinnonal. Waggr . 7 3 hay .. .. .. 7 Italranald .. no report Dun.xan. 3lenindic .. .. .. 1 2 Wentworthi .. 22 4 Wilcannia .. .. ... 10 0

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SWAN HILL IRRIGATION TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 19 November 1889

SWAN HILL IRRIGATION TRUST. The adjrourned iteetin. of the shore trust was Iheld at the trust olices on tlhe 11th irnst. Thlere were present :-Ctre.ll tIrughes (chaRiirmsr}. Wiltshire, a1'Dona:lrl, Smirth, I iyle and Jlastings. Thie nbiotntcs of the previous mIeting were read anrl confirmed. The corresponjidene. which was of an ordinary routine nature, was read and dealt with. GEttXRAl BUSINESS. Moved by Cinr. M'Donald. seconded by Cmr. Boyle, that applications hoe 'alled for an ergine-drivcr for the :trnIst, retnrn able in a fortnight. Aun amendmient was miored lby Cor. Tastings, seconded by Cmir. Smith, hat no steps he taken to call fur tenters for engineo-driver until the en incer to the trust was consulted. On ning putr to the meeting tire motion was e erie!. Mod by GCmr. -IiHughes, secorndedictl by Cuir. ilDonald, that the secretnry take the necessary steps to advise thi engineer the trust consider it ntecessary he slhorld attend all the general niertings of the trust in future...

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A NEW TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 19 November 1889

A New TRusT.-It is announced else where that a petition from F. Murray and others, praying for the constitution of a new irrigation trust, with copies of all plans, documents, reports, etc., connected therewith now lies at the Shire Hall, Kerang, for inspection. 1EIETIxG.-It is notified that thle gne ral meeooting of thoMiurrahit WVest Butter and Choese Factory Co., Limnited, adver tised to be held on Sattrday next, the 23rd inst., has beoo postponed till the lolloiving Saturday, the P0th inst., at 0 p.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 19 November 1889

Trade lýddosses. HC.KEMPSON C.E. CIVIL ENGINEER, AROCHITECT AND LICENSED SURVEYOR, Scoreshy STREET, KEP.ANG. Estimaten. Plano. etc. jtreised. THE Progress of Carriage Building by SCIOLTEN anid MARISHf. of Sand hlurst,hias beien extraordinary during the past five years. We started with four men, and now we employ close on fifty. manufaocturing l'leasure anwl usilness Vehicles, comprising Car riages, Phletons. Waggonettes, and Bug gics of er-wy description. And by concen trating all our effllorts upon this class of work, and availing ourselves of a long and practiaenl experience, both in America and the Aus tralian colonies, and a thoroughi system of managenment. and the use of skilled me hanics, and using the very best materials dhronghoit, and b)y adopting and developing any ilprovements thatln are introduced. we have sicceeled in establishing a busincess second to none. The nnmeroos prizes we have taken, and the progress we have made, is amnple proof of the superiority of our work....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 19 November 1889

Dr.rESsEs.-WC haveC ha1d the pleasuro of in specting a choice selection of dress samples in aloil thel latest designs for this season, both in wool and cotton fabrics, as supplied by Messrs. Manning and Co., of Sandhurst, and Ihave no hesitation in saying that they are the cheapest and nicest lot of goods we have ever seen. The now bordered robes, so fashionableo this season, nmay be had from is 3d upwards, ildoble width. and we: noticed a spicndid line of washing Drillcettes at 4is lid per dozen.-(AnvT.) APPROACHING SALES. I'articulars of. the following auction sale appear in our advertising columns : liv YEa, TAvrcuER ,txD Co., LTD. \Wednesday, November 20th.-Valuable agri cultural land in the parish of Loddon. Friday, 6th Decembcr.-2240 acres in tihe parish of lBad Blael. ITc J . T. PIocTER. Friday, Novcmlber 22nd.-Sale of a quantity of miscellaneous goods. Wanted. TANTED smart Lad, strong. Apply Kirk's Coach Factory. 9017 WTTANTED one bullock driver, two scoop mcn, ant one horse...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 19 November 1889

J. HILL AND SONS, FISH, GAME, RAMIT AND) OYSTER SALESMEN, Fish Markeot, Melbourne. Establishecd 18651. A RE Prepared to receive consignments 1 of Murray Fish, Game, Poultry and all descriptions of prodice for sale on com snisolon. Account salesrendered weekly. 9034 Medical. AlT. i)ISrA.SiSES 01 LONG STANI)lIlS COMI i'I.I'I:lt.i" tUltitD BY IItlitALX.':.GS\ItTIC (eronic Sumfferrs Sholl niot fnall to Consult MII H. E. KUGELMANN t',.~tIs helsrs 55 til s teleisetio t i olitt 55-5 LLI~tSt eTilLtIa, titiB~lOUttNE. :I T s RtIA.NG EVtIIlY MONTI tseal aveertiee mieet ftr Iatis.) - It. KUGIiLMANN'S treatment diiTers entirely from all others known, and he hits cured more cases of Chronic Disease thaIn ins ten medical tmen in Anstralia. TIhs:trands of sworn declarations of cases eredl cran be seen. Send for pamphlet on lMedical Despotisms or liberty which ? iGi patges; post free. ,Tltis book exposes completely the old style olf Mineral I)rugging, end etipl-ins the miethods of Mr. Kugel iann's N...

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THE MACORNA CHANNEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 19 November 1889

Tile:~Cit. zvt..-Thte fitltaw ing is copy of the reply frito the Wa:er Supply leparttment, sent to Mr. .J. W. Tarerner, 2.LL.A., in reference to the ria corna eliontel : I tae the hlnttr to acknowieedge the receipt, thronuvb yon, of of a letter from \I e. II. W. Richardsniti, of lKerain, engirint g wvltea the plaits atnI specilications of ithe Matcorna citantel are to te exhibited. In reply, T beg t tiin ftr ou ttiii it is expectel Thal tht plans atni specifications will ie ready tor itnspectiton in the ciourso of a few hays. Coieis will bIe esltiitedl at the Thlublic tllies, Mel Iorurno, andt at the Slhire I[all, eractig. Tim: Wairtstt.-A lichangei took plae in the weatlher on Fridav,whiiclt up to titen was ill tlhat could aroe beei desiredt for hlervestintg op rations. About 11 p.mt. :s steady dowtlnpour of rain, accompanied byl l thunder andl flashes of lightning, set in and continned throughout thet tight, until ahount 8 o'clock on Saturdtilay imorning, 125 points being recorded...

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AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 19 November 1889

AGRICULTURAL NOTES. lr:;x otls osv- aitaEsi'niixaTr.l freit-gro.-ing has le'ocomo an imipor. tont i tlcaslrl- ill ielginita, 01i( is steadily ncrraing in .0(s(1 of the provinces. Io 1878 shi exparted 141,c19i cwt. of plples, oif whichi 100.723 wero sent to England aild 127,l11cvt w-re sealnt to (iermtnanw. Of otier fresh fruits ta-r expaortatioa in the sit:no year wais 21i0,lii5 cwt., of which Englanid ree:li-l 221,.82, imakling a tots of 120,215 cwt. of fruit hiporta l into the Uniiteal Ningiloim from fllgiinii. The frniti.growinasg area of Great lIritain 11s in 1888 leen fo: the first tdille ascer ttainel wi aianythting napproaclhiing to ac curracy. 'Thl'e orclar.l aicreag 11 ha5s long eron 1noisni. lnt goosechrries,strashserrioes, ctrrants andl raispllhrrics, hase beent re garded as unworthy of separate classil iltion. We now hknew, howevrer, that 32.77; acres in Eniglnid, 532 acros in Wales, and 3417 in Scotlanal are calti vated int this ia:aner. Tie I Engllish Ihomeo enimities ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 19 November 1889

Tmrado Adcosses. rilE W Hý LESALE CLOTIIING CO. tWeED COATINGS; TWEEDS COATINGS. BlUE and FANOY SERGES. BLUE and FANCY SERGES. BLUE ;und I+AHOY SERGES. .Hlu~e an Fancy Scerges. AND ENORMOUS STOCK. OUR OWN IMPORTING. TEE Assortent of SPRINtt an SUMMIER GOODS is beyond doubt the best ever seen in the colonies. As usual we have a large staff of the IN VICTORIA. ALL WPOOL TWEED TROUSERS (to order), 12s Id. ALL WOOL TWEED SUITS (to order), 460. WRITE FOR SAHIPLES. Our Traveller Visits the District every Two Mont'as. .T. T. MIDDLETON, sic; General M1an ger. TAILORING. P. DOYLE, TAILOR AND COABITMAIENS EGS Respectfully to notify the public of Ke an d District that he Cets conune*ed LU sinesE as a Tailor :o.d abit Raiser at WVellinghtn Street, Kerang, and 1w strict attention to husinesa, antd guarantee as to perfect lit, hopes to share is fair propor tion of public patronage. Fine Assortment of Tweeds. Cloths. Coatings and all neessary material on hand. INSPECTION INVITD. :-I1-i VIOlIN M'KA...

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MELBOURNE MARKET REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 19 November 1889

The News Zeolind Towini a .'i tre ' tii Agency Co.. I.iiiittd, report 1Ith Nv.: Sheepskins.-We quoite :- Dothlers' sl;ts (very fcw forward), .s to Is till a frec est'r. 7s ldi; l:inbs' pelts, ts to :ts i: butchers pelts. Istolsli; dry skins-pletino (good), lid to 7(t per lb ; do infetir.r.'.:1 to : d ,r Ib; do conir in., mi I' F71 pier lb: it lt h. 1lide~s.-Greeze vL~ tý,."yý-, )o :itS mash ; measm . tos in in; li:it 1°_t It 1.^ C ; i: roen CisC hides. Ot per lit: elf sImins, :i per lit; New %ealand tides (licav), :I to 1, pee lh bip hides, 2}d tier ib; \ 'etortian scltd tildes. un to d2i per 1i; don -tri heavyi to 2Id per i1. Kangaroo and fai red skins.-We roite: KIangarnoo, gplod up to 25 2if; dIo brush, Vic torianltd to 1i1; il sm ian, ni to is !.l pedr lb; wnlaliby, arp. uii to ;s 2 per lir ; do small and inferior, t1 to ii per li; heari skins, 2s to s G pir 15idt; platypus,i1C. 1i i to is ncli; goat (lias o).i :I It :Col cock: water rat skins, up to: i per lopn; opo.ssaC skins,...

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LATEST CABLEGRAMS. THE LABOUR TROUBLES IN ENGLAND. THE "TIMES"-PARNELL COMMISSION. SIR JOHN COODE ON COLONIAL ENGINEERING. PUGILISM IN ENGLAND. THE BISHOPRIC OF SYDNEY. BRITISH POLITICS. THE GERMAN EMPEROR. A NEW TORPEDO. AUSTRALIAN CRICKET IN ENGLAND. MR. PHIL ROBINSON. A NEW ORIENT STEAMER. THE SYDNEY CENTENNIAL ORGAN. A CANADIAN ATLANTIC CABLE. PROPOSED COURTS OF ARBITRATION. THE CRONIN MURDER CASE. THE AUSTRALIAN MAIL CONTRACT. THE BETTING AGAINST MR. JAMES WHITE'S COLTS. LONDON, Nov. 12. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 19 November 1889

LATEST CABLEGRAMS. TllE LAUORI TROUILES IN ENGLAND. T1E1 " TIMES"-PARNELL. COMMISSION. SIR JOlINt COODE ON COLONIAL ENtINEERIINI;. 1UGIIISM IN ENGLAND. 'VdlE IISlHOI'lili OP SVDNEV. I:BIITISII POLITICS. TILE GERMAN EMIPEROR. A NEW TORtI'EI)O. AUSTRALIAN CRICKET IN ENGLAND. MRli. PHIL ROBINSON. A NEW ORIENT STEAMER. TUE SYDNEY CENTENNIAL ORGAN. A CANADIAN ATLANTIC CABLE. PI'ROPOSED COURTS OF AIRIITRATION. TILE CRONIN MliURDEl CASE. T'lEl AUSTRALIAN MAIL CONTRACT. TIlE ETT'1'INu AGAINST MR. JTAMES WIIIllTIE'S COLTS. (v10al1 AlIGUS AND AGE CORIIESPONDENTS.) Losxom, Nov. 12. The stevelores' laborers employcd by the General Steam Navigation Company, London, acting niler pressure fromn the liglttertnen, have gone on strike. They deitaind that their wages shall be increased to Il. an lhour for day-work and ;hl. an hour for overtime. In reply to the strikers, the coulpany state that it is iu possiile for tlhem to give thile increasedi rates demandied, ill view of the foreign colipelition to...

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