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HUMOROUS DEFINITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 22 November 1889

HUMOROUS DEFINITIONS. BY WILLIAML C. PRESTON. A really good definition-crisp and lucid, comprehensive and brief, is one of the most difficult of literary achievements, as everybody knows well enough who has attempted it. To understand what we mean by a word is one thing, to define what we mean so that other ing to see how comip!etely nou-plussed really able and well-educated persons are when asked to define the simpilest objects or ideas. There is no exercise better fitted to take the coneceit of knowledge out of one, and none more conducive to accuracy in speech and thought. A few experiments at definition on our own cecount cannot f.il to increase our respect for those early lexicographers whose work hald to be done without aty of the a.ritl, oe which modcrn dictionary makers derive from the labours of their predecessors. Tucir definitions may often provoke a smile from us when reganled in the light of present day knowledge, but probably the laugh would lie turned against us if we...

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AN AWFUL SIX MONTHS IN TIERRA DEL FUEGO. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 22 November 1889

A! BAIWT Sti, 10NTHS IN TIERRA 1 Lt.)UEGO. Osrq? two people, it is said, from all the civilized world have ever peietrated beyond the coastof ?'itria del Fulp, One of theselis af Chil~dila4y who,weas shioreckcd onthije cost I and. raved alive by the chief of'a Fuega?, t."b" whick eh nledrei ll her companions. She wa~ seen alive md happy by the other pioneer, a seaman naeied Thorld, who spent some six awful qoiths in the itrior of this strange country, and came safe li to Eo gland agiy. It is tbsstory that will lei.r1e to(f:. S About the year 1SSO, n Eglish ship, horse. I ward bound from Valpansi, foundered ~ot the wreqt vqt of Tierra del lo he, aeig the cruel" Swintrymqntl of July. Is 'crew gqb .threa i Shoatsand piulled for tihere s el wasus niot far distant. Aler roue in a hqudaed, they found tieimnselvcs in mp mntiely smooth t water, surrounded by bas, hlk hills, beneath which there was a broao sandy beach, which I woIuld afford them easy l?,iicg. But on this beach, and about the...

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Jeremy York. A STORY OF OLD DEAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 22 November 1889

Jeremy York. A STORY OF OLD DEAL. B" W. CLARK RUSSELL, Alitor of the "If r:k; of ie GCmws-or," 9c. V. THE world moved very slowly in those days, and Deal's solitary constable, Timothy Budd, had not fairly started for the house of the widow Bax on a road that would have brought him in time to the ancient and beautiful minster of Minster, until the clock in Deal church showed the hour to be a quarter before nine. He was mounted on a clumsy village cart, like to what Hogarth has more than once drawn, armed with the warrant, a full description of the tall young man, to the obtaining of whose name from the brig '7ane, still lying in the Downs, the magistrate objected on the grounds of delay, and animated with full conviction that he would find the malefactor at his sweetheart's house. The old village cart was drawn by a lame horse, that was occasionally to be impelled into a brief staggering trot by the one-eyed driver who sat by Constable Budd's side, and who on occasions acted as assis...

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SCIENCE ON GIANTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 22 November 1889

ON GIANTS. BY Dn. ANDREW WILSON. Tna production, now and then, of individual animals which vary greatly from their neighbours in size, is, of course, a well known feature of life. In almost every grade of existence we find such examples or departure from the natural type of the race. The giant on the one hand, and the dwarf on the other, are familiar illus trations of a law (or laws) of development, the exact working of which we do not fully com prehend, but whose scope is probably not far removed from that which takes the conditions of nourishment under its especial chargo. It is true, that there may be much more complicated phases involved in the development of a giant or dwarf than those which regard over.nutrition and overgrowth as the main features of the process. We may have likewise to take into aeeconnt facts of heredity or inheritance, and of "reversion "-that is of "throw-back" to ancestors who may have bren either abnormally large or singularly small. Apart from all theor...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 22 November 1889

Legal. CONNELLY AND TATCHELL, SOLICITORS, CONVEYANCERS, PROCTORS AND LEGAL AGENT WELLINGTON ST., KERANG. and at Sandhurst and Melbourne. TRUST MONEYS TO LEND, smus of £100 and upwards, on Free hold or Crown Leasehold Securities. .010,000 TO LEND, In one sum, on Freehold Security. BMr Win..1. Rogers Davidson, our managing lerk, may be consulted daily, between 9 .m nd 5 p.m., at noove address. Private address - Caduseh's Commerciral HIIotel. BROWN, ELLISON & CO. (Olemnbers :-T. S. iolrn.Y ; C. Fltl:n. KIE. N?EDY ; IYI, I O'DuIx.) SOLICITOIIS, CONVEVANCERS, I'ROC 'T'OIS & ATTORNEYS, WELLINGTON STREET, KERANG 0£47,000 TO LEND, ill various sums, On Freehold nhl .and elasehol fecurities. LOWEST INTElIEST. TIIE Office is umnderthe personal Ianage menrt of MVLES O'I:IlIEN, abovc Private mldress-CULLEN'S ITOTIETL. 9527 NOTICE. THE STORY OF AN ERROR. A New Novel by the Author of "llis Wedded Wife," "A Fatal )ower, etc.," is commenced in FAMILY IIERALTD PART FOR AUGUST' which c...

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Kerang Times. Published Tuesdays and Fridays. WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 22 November 1889

Published Tuesdays and Fridays, WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. FRIDAY, NOlVrEItBEIR 2, 1sso. CInccr.T.-A cricket match, Kerawll against Tragowel, will be played on Salnr day next at Tragowel, play to commence at 1.30 p.m. The following members, selected to represent Kerang,are requested to meet at the railway station at 12.40 p.m.:--Messrs. Stranger,Crawford,Sabine, Truman, Tregear, Herduan, Stott, Adanms, Marks, Itundle, Flight, O'Donnell, Haw thorne, Westcott, M'Gaffin. New ' INSOLVENT. - Henry Kentish, grazier, of PyramiId Hill. General meet ing of creditors on Tuesday, the 20th inst., at 11.80 a.m. INSOLVENCY COURT.-At a meeting held on Wednesday at Inglewood, before the chief clerk, Mr. F. Western, Mr. Edward Loraine, of Swan Hill, was appointed trustee in the insolvent estate of Gavin Hamilton Craig, storekeeper, of Swan Hill. Affidavits in proof of debt were handled in by Mr. Arthur Glanfield, re presenting Sargood, Butler and Nicholl, £79 and £42 14s 3d ; and Connell, IIo garth and...

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A Hardy Norseman. CHAPTER XXVI. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 22 November 1889

"I HAVE TIIOUGIIT IT OVER," SAID DONAT?. A Hardy Norseman. Bv EDNA LYALL, At??Aaor/f" Downa,"" re Tw," "in IA, Golden Days?,"" Knri ht-Err, ltt."'&c. CHAPTER XXVI. CARLO DONATI had considerable in sight into character; not only had he i been born with this gift, but his wander ing life had brought him into contact with all sorts and conditions of men, and had been an excellent education to one who had always known how to observe. He was, moreover, of so sympathetic a temperament that he could generally tell in a moment when trouble was in the air, and the ridiculously trivial affair about the music-stand, which could not have dwelt in his mind for a minuteon its own account, opened his eyes to the relations existing between Mr. Horer and the Norwegian. That something was wrong t with the latter he had perceived when Frithiofhad first spoken to him in the j cloak-room, and now, having inadver- p tently been the cause of bringing upon n him a severe rebuke, he was determined a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 22 November 1889

YORIKSHIE B-ELISH. So los 6,000,000 ug?U Bottles Sold he th World. , 7u-. arms mf rmrs tll rnuallmmy S EI R- -3 [ t 1 3 AD NTIRL £ICIOS TO aOPSi WIITAUFE T THE IWA/ stEA FISR ESILTI / Ls UP W T nITH son I IS ( j I SHOULD BEE BEr CHAIMIG. SIDE$OAL (LENDS ADMIRABLY EPICURES PIROHERI WITH All CRAVIES. ELEB TiSTWE ACREES WITH THE MOST IFEAS 10 MCOPEIIrO DELICATE PERSOIL A MAEL OF CHEAP $ MAKEI COLD MEAT A A m Plo LUXU?Y. A l SAL w MAKES THE PLAINESTA VIANDS PALATABLE * A IROOUlUll THE DAIlTIEST DISHES IEAmE F OlaIRARU MORE DEICIOUS LE IMATIOl OSSESSES A PLEASIM rHEERADDITM. TO WEWO1SAWLU AG'I a TILLOC- & CO., George street, ydoney sol80 ?vTwwhsS Relief from Cough in Ten Minutes. BALSAM -° B as other prepar Aons are often S the most crtn and spe rmed COUGHS, COLDS, HAºTMAN'S BALSAM? HOARSENESS, HATF IAN'S BALSAM OND SBALAM DISORDERS OF THE LUNGS. A tr'r S p ai BR w mmcdiately it is taken Coughing ceases, Rest (IAI lIl B Mtt lessness is gone, and Refreshing Sleep ensues. AYMAN'S B...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 22 November 1889

Trnda Addrosses. l.C. KENPSO C£.E. CIVIL ENGINEER, AROHITEOT AND LICENSED SURVFP OR, Scoresby STREET, KERANO. Estimates. Plans. etc. prepared. TlE Progress of Carriage Building by SCIIOLTEN and MARSI., of Sand hnrst,has been extraordinary during the past five years. We started with four men, and now we employ close on fifty. manufacturing pleasure and Business Vehicles, comprising Car riages, Ph rtons. Waggoncttes, and Bug- C gis of every dcecription. And by concen trating all our efforts upon this class of work, and availing ourselves of a lon andl practical expericence, both in America and the Aus tralian colonies, and a thorough system of management, and the use of skilled meo lianics, and using the very best materials j dlronclhont. and by adopting and dreveloping any improvemients that are introduced, we have succeeded in :establisling a business second to none. The nnoierous prizes we have taken, and the progress we have made, is ample proof of the superiority of our work. We ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 22 November 1889

Ciitse1 ?uvII.t:ITtg.--R an ndvertlis ilent in another column \Mr. Riedle. of View Point. Sandhrllst, eniillerates somno of the adva?ntt?ai of the hire system, and points oult that the miost liloral terms in Victolia are conceded to cast: purchasers. _Panted. V7ANTI; I) a good general servant, re S ferenel inllislpensahle. Apply W. .T. W. I'atchelcl. Kerang. 9662 I3 ALLAST Fillers wanted. Wages 8s. ) Dookie to Kalanttaite tramway. Reilly Bros., Contractors. 9651 " ATi TlliifTi-Td; str ng: Apply Kirk's Coach Factory. 96147 T")TANTED) one bullock driver, two V c' oop men, anli one horse driver. ]Vages. l30. per week and found. Apply Yeo, T:averer and Co.. Kerialg, or John tNacarrow Jr., Wee Wee Iup. 911633 WANTED KNOWN. -FOR a severe Cough, nothing in the world . ri equals Dorman s famous Cough Mix Lure. It is nice, safe andl certain. It is equally eflicacious in bronclitis atml all chest aflctions. G. M1. DIOIIMAN, CIIEMIST, Next the Theatre, Sandhurst 9512 Lost, Stolen or Strayed. O...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 22 November 1889

Trado Addressoe. THE WHOLESALE CLOTHING CO. . . , d-J .? , l-.o TWEEDS COATINGS TWEEDS COATINGS TWEEDS COATINGS TWEEDS COATI'NGS. BLUE and FANCY SERGES. BLUE and FANCY SERGES. BLUE and FANCY SERGES. Blue and Fancy Serges. AND ENORMOUS STOCK. OUR OWN IMPORTJNG. T HE Assortment of ?3PRING an SUMMER GOODS is beyond donht the best ever seen in the colonils. As usual we have a largo staffll of the TI Best Cutters & Workmen I IN VICTORIA. - on ALL WOOL TWEED TROUSERS (to order), 12s 6d. ALL WOOL TWEED SUITS (to order), 46s. WRITE FOR SAMPLES. Our Traveller Visits the District overy Two Month's. .. T. MIDDLEETON, Ct General Mlan ger. Ca 10 TAILORING. P. DOYLE, .TAILOR AND IIABITMAKER, EGS Respectfully to notify the public B f KerCmg and District that lie has commenced Iousiness as a 'Tailotr and 1[abit Maker at Wellington Street. Ketang, and ly strict attention to business. and guarantee SI as to perfect lit, hopcs to share a fair propor- ti tlin of public patronage. Fine Assortmen...

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COOKING [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 22 November 1889

Ricr C.l?KS.--TO one and one-half cup of boiled rice add three eggs, and flour and milk enough t, make a batter, aiding a little salt. Fry a light blown. Tue yolks of eggs with two whole ones will make a quart of delicions custard, much nicer than when made of whole eggs. Be sure to bake lightly. Nothing is more surely spoiled by over baking than custard. Oro?En STurriaN.-Wash and chop one pint oysters, add one pint af grated crumbs, one teaspoonful of salt, from one to two saltspoonfuls of pepper, a grain of cayenne, one tablespoonfol butter, and one egg, beaten slightly. MosaurnO Dnw Poounao.-One pint of milk, the yolks of two eges, two tablespoonfuls of cocoanut, half a cupful of crumbs, and one tea spoonful of lemon extract; bake for half an hour; make a frosting of the white of two eggs and half a cupful of sugar; spread over the top of the pudding, and retuin tothe.oven to brown slightly; the quaintitity can be doubled if a larger pudding is required. Osrena Lasrc.- Two dozen ...

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WIT & HUMOUR [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 22 November 1889

A Hos will bear the gout, and yet be won't allow a fly to tickle his nose. Ir your wife runs away, don't run after her; if you do there will be two feels in the -NoAn ALL llour.-- ..:Dr..Tarner was not the first man who lived on water for forty days," said Smudg?. "Not" queried Fudge. "'Of course eot." " Who else " " Well, what's the matter with Ncah I " A PoulrIc.At Nore.--A leader of the Woman's Ridhts movementell hopes to live to see "female members of Congress." If some of our moli tieal pI pers lan be believed, there have been'too many "fe:" laa'e members in Coegrist. NorTA Pnrstooreasozv.--IBarber : " Wish any oil on your hair, sir ." Customer (explosirely) : "Nobody that has any sense Uses hair oil noW adays. Do I look like a'howling idliot '? liarber (deferentially) : "No, sir; but I'm not a good judge of faces. I alqays ask the ques tion, anyhow." "As, of course mother will come to live with us," said the happy girl to her necepted lover. "I should like it above all things,...

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PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 22 November 1889

PARLIAMENT. The Legislative Council met at 3 o'clockl on Tuesday afternoon, bit a quortns was not formed till nearly half an hour after that time. The greater part of the sitting was occnpied in the consideration of the Education Endowment Bill. The second reading of the mieasure was moved by Mr. Cuthbert. T'he c!anses were then con sidered in committee at great length, and some important amendments were made. A suggestion that the control of the pro posed endowment lainds should be placed in the halrds of the .Minister of Lands, instead of special commissioners, was not entertained, nor was a motion that one of the four commiissioners should be nomni nated byv the council of the boards of advice. It was decided, on the motion of Colonel Sargood, that, instead of the comn imissioners holding ollice for periods of one, two, three and four years respectively, they should remain in office for two, four, six and eight years. Clause 5, which pro posed to make the commnissioncrs eligible ...

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SCIENCE AND ART JOTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 22 November 1889

SCIENCE AND ART JOTTINGS;: Wittr' tho growing e of .stecl a on engi neering material -teatifics unmristakably to its superior suitability for. gencral purposes, yet there are situations hbere'it apiearsatoobe rec jected in favotur'of iron, and tlihsOinstances seem lately to have been on the rincrease. The grecter liability to corrosion is in many cwes the eause of this preference for the older metal, especially in boilers where the feed-water is bad. e A ouse -woman named Elizabeth Jones recently died in Liverpool from hydrophobia, caused through a bite from a tivonrite eat. which about two inonths ago beniun ill, and bit the deceased lwhile 'lisuas,tending it;i The cat; it appears had been taken oref to Caa?si, Ire. land, some fiedi previously, ?naid wis' there bitten by a' dog,;'lthongh the'dogs in the dis trict were supposed ti be unnler eantrol on: account of the prevalence of rabies. Mliss Jones had such a strong affection for her cat that lie persisted in nursing it as tenderl...

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THE AUDIT COMMISSIONERS' REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 22 November 1889

THE AUDIT COMMISSIONERS' REPORT. The report of the Commissioners of Audit for the year ending 30th June, 1889, was laid on the table of the Legislative Assembly on Tucsday night. . The douetnnt is a brief one, and there is little of special interest in it. Opportunity has no, yet been found for checking and do. stroying the large number of ca'ncelled do bentures whlich have naccnulated during many years, and they are still locked in the Audit-office vault. It is men tioned that interest has not yet been charged on the loans to irrigation trusts, nor has the Govcrnor-in-Council formally autho rised that such payment should be deferred, but fresh legislation is contemplated, which will considerably mtodify this and other requirements of the existing law. The arrangement by which moneys were advanced to irrigation trusts before obltainiig the authority of the Governor-in-Council and the payment of interest not made to take effect until a certain date determinel by arrangement, is to be...

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FREDDY'S TIME-TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 22 November 1889

FREDDY'S TIME-TABLE. ;Mr; little nephew ran acrea3 omeenshere a p~ragraph which said tliht anybody could save at least two hours of wasta time a day by running on a timi-tablc. Freddy brought the chapter to me ilid asked what it meat. Irfold hirm. Iadvisedlimito mak?loitatim tah!oe for him self and try running on it-fos'8 few days. He said he gues~cd li would. In a day or two he siuliouitted the fello-winlto me: 6.45 to 7-Gettin' up. 7 to 7.30-Bith ,iand gettin' rea'y for brekfui. 7.30.to S-Brekfus. S to 8.20--Prurais 8.20 to 8.30-Hard study. . 830-Slart for skoal. S9-Get there (a feller must have some fun in life). 9 to 10.30-Study and resite. 10 30 to 10.45-tReses (out to be longer). --10.45 to 12-Study ai?d resite. 12 to 12.15-Goin for lunch. 12.15 to 12.30 l0Eatisd it. 12.30 to --Sloos of things Playin' ball mosly. : to 3.-8IE?ol aes: Taffest' part of the day. 3-Skrol over.' Fun begin. 3 to: 6 -Base -bail." Disiekle ridin'. Goin' to walk (sumetimes with a girl). - Slidin and ska...

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MISCELLANEOUS READINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 22 November 1889

IISCELLANEOUS READINGS. -o No man can answer for his own valour or courage till he has been in danger. TuE systei of morality to be gathered from the ancients faoils very short of that'delivered in the gospel. TuoSE who endeavour to imitate us we like much better than those who try to equal us. Imitation is a sign of esteem, but competition of envy. LKoE most garments, overything in life has a right and wrong side. You can take any joy, and by turning it round, find trouble on the other side. TaERE is little pleasure in the aworld that is true and sincere beside the pleasure of doinug our duty and doing good. I am sure' no other is comparable to this. I" you would know the valoe q?:money, go and try 'to borrow some; fopi he that gous a horrowing 'goes a-sorrowiong. Vq the well is dry we know the want of water. A run of bright eyes with a dozen-glances snulices to subdue a man, and to enslarove him, and to inflime, to make himt even forget ; they dazzlo him'so that the past becomes s...

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HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 22 November 1889

HEALTH. -o SC.tnrLET FEVER Polsox.-A medical paper relates the case of a girl aged about eight, who was some months ago attacked by scarlet fever, the disease running a typical course. For a long time no possible source of contagion could be discovered. The child had not been absent from home, had been nith no one lately ex posed, mugd no other caso was known to exist anywhero in the vicinity. Subseqnently the doctor learned that one of the servants had nursed a case of scarlet-fever in a distant city just about a year before. After the case termi- 1 snated she packed some of her things, including some e!othing then worn, in a trunk and left the place. A year later she had the trunk sent to 1 her, opened it, and took out the contents, the little girl being present and handling the things. Very soon after the latter was attacked as stated. TIE WTERcTnREA.T XT eINrEnRcPTIvnrDISEASES. Dr. Hunter, of the Bridge of Allan Hydropathic, has been very successful in the pack and compress syat...

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MAGISTERIAL ENQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 22 November 1889

MAGISTERIAL ENQUIRY. A magisterial enquiry touching the death of Peter Buckley, who, as stated in our last issue, was killed on the railway line between Pyramid and Kerang, was held at the Court House, Pyramid Hill, on Tuesday, by Mr. J. H. Kelly, J.P., when the following evidence was taken: Thomas Dee, sworn, said; I am a farmer, residing at Mincha West. I have seen the body upon which this enquiry is being held, and I recognise it as that of Peter Buckley. He had been assisting me to harvest my crop. I last saw him alive on Saturday, 16th November, at my place, about 2 o'clock. He left about that hour, and I saw hin go in the direction of my brother Martin's house. I watched him until he was about 300 yards from the said house, and I believe he went there. Martin Dee, farmer, sworn, deposed: I   have viewed the body of deceased, and recognise it as that of Peter Buckley. I last saw the deceased alive at my place on Saturday, the 16th inst., about 5 o'clock p.m. He sta...

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