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

GUNBOWER. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Had I sent you a report last week of the harvest prospects of this district, it would have been to say that never since the first settlement of the people upon the lands had there been a brighter outlook than then presented itself. Look which way you might, you saw fields of waving corn five or six feet high, well-headed, and some of them showing that golden color which tells the experienced farmer that harvest time is very near, and he had better see all necessary preparations are made. Reapers and binders were busy with the barley harvest, waggons, heavily loaded, were taking the hay from the paddocks to the stacks that were going up in every direction, and being formed into mountains and pyramids of good, sweet hay. Alas ! A change has come over the visions and dreams. On Friday night a heavy thunderstorm passed over the district, and the rain continued more or less heavy throughout the whole of Saturday; an inch and a half of rain fell dur...

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRICKET. KERANG C.C. v. TRADESMEN'S C.C. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 26 November 1889

CRICKET. KERANGx C.O. v. TILn4m:saE's C.C. A imatch was coummnced on Saturday last,on the ground at the rear of the Bank ol Victoria, between teams representing the above clubs. 11. Crawford captained tlhe former and J. innard tile latter. The Tradesmen were the first to go to the wickets, and were not all disposed of until a score of 78 hal been totted up, G. Edmondson being the highest scorer with 37, J. Stewart and M'GitCln obtaining 17 .,11 .reospoctivcl.v.. Thec?ranguteamn then went to the wickets, and were not got rid of till a total of 117 had been raclched, Truman making 45, Sabine 21, Stott 17, and Hlawthorne 1.1. The '1'radsmen then went in for their second innings, and when timie was called, had two wickets down for 3 runs. Stewart and M'Giffen were the most successful bowlers for the Tradesmen, as were Trcgear and Trmnan for Kerang. Tile match will be concluded on Saturday next. Appended are the scores: Tmutissa:x.--1st innings. M'(Gifen, b Truman .. ... .. 13 Aitken, b ...

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
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LATEST CABLEGRAMS. THE REVOLUTION IN BRAZIL. MOVEMENTS OF MR. STANLEY. THE SHIPPING TRADE IN ENGLAND. THE EUROPEAN SITUATION. LONDON, NOV. 20. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 26 November 1889

LATEST CABLEGRAMS. TIHE IREVOLUTION IN BRAZIL. MOVEMENTS OF MR. STANLEY. THE SIIIPI'ING TRADE IN ENGLAND. TIlE EUItOPEAN SIT'rUATION. (toOdI ARGUS AND AGE COIRRESPONDENTS). LosNpos, Nov. 20. .Dot Pedro, the late Emperor of Brazil, who was fiorced to abdicate in orler that the lIotpntblica:t fit t ofgo" ernmnent tlight be established, has written a valedictory address to the people of Brazil, in which Iheexpressesa hopefil view of the pro. spects of the new lRepublic, and says that if wisdomn be exercised by its rulers its prosperity is certain. 'The Republican govertnment established ill Brazil as a result of the recent revolu tion in that country has issued a decree establishing univers:al sufrage as the law of the country. Intelligence is to hand from Africa which proves that Mr. JI. B. Stanley andl Emin P'asha aire now within the territory of tie Germalln Eaist African Company, andt that the mission on which MAr. Stanley started has practically been accomplished. Scouts from Mr. ...

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MAJOR BARTROP'S APPOINTMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 26 November 1889

MAJOR BARTROP'S APPOINT MENTS. Major Bartrop, P.M., will attend the various courts in his district during thoe prcsenlt monlt as follows : Wednesday 27th, Wychoproof. Thursday 28th, Charlton. Friday 29th, Inglewood Monday, 2nd December,. Swan Hill.

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STATE OF THE RIVERS. HEIGHT ABOVE SUMMER LEVEL. [BY TELEGRAPH.] Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 26 November 1889

STATE OF THE RIVERS. IIEIGIIT AMOVEI Sumr:nn LEVEL. LBY TELEGRAPH.I Monday. MUIlu?Y. ft. in. Albury .. .. .. 7 11 hclluca .. .. .. 20 6 Swan Jill .. .. 13 0 Eusto .. .. .. 21 2 (Gourtuon. Snymoit .. .. .. 3 0 lUI[Un3III .n uEE. WVa.a .. .. .. S 10 'lay .. .. .. 0 Ialrnanld .. .. .. 15 7 Menindi .. .. .. 14 2 Wentworth .. .. . . 21 I; Wilcannia- .. .. .. 7 5

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AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 26 November 1889

AGRICULTURAL NOTES. (IFROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) During the past week we havo had too much of a good thing with regard to rain. In some districts the downpour was treo mendous, and nearly registered three inches within 24 hours. Heavy thunder storius are reported from :a few districts where te the heavy crops were beaten down to a great extent. Little damage will, however, result, as they have regained their upright position within the past couple of days of warm weather. The graziers will benefit greatly by the change. The neighboring colonies, especially New South Wales, also experienced a heavy downpour, and as much as live inches was registered at loulanmein in 24 hours. In the Dubbo district considerable damaeo was done, fruit trees, grape vines and wheat crops being completely stripped. Twenty-cight thousand fat sheep were yarded last week, the bulk being of from second to good qualities. The demannd was dull and a fall of 6d per head took place in the prices. Prime crossbre...

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Kerang Times. Published Tuesdays and Fridays, WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 26 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 26 November 1889

Published Tuesdays and Fridays, WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMIENT. TUESDA Y, NOlVEMBER 26 189. THnE determination of the Tramway Trust to run excursion trams on every alternate Sunday between Kerang and Koon drook has led to the publication of several letters in the columns of this journal, upon which we are compelled to offer some comment. As a rule it is injudicious and unprofitable for a newspaper to take part in any contro versy of a purely, or quasi-religious character. But the present case is exceptional. Ini the first place the question under discussion is of special and widespread local interest, and in the next, silence on our part might be taken to mean that we endorse the strongly expressed condemnations by our clerical correspondents, Messrs. Wilkin, Collocott and Scott, of the action taken by the Tramway Trust. Though couched in different terms, the letters of these reverend gentlemen constitute a joint and several protest against the running of these excursion trains on Sundays....

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INTERCOLONIAL BOAT RACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 26 November 1889

+iTE5c?r.oLOIAL BOAT. RACE. - The thirteenth race in eight-oared boats be tween Noei South Wales and Victoria took placoe on the Lower Yarra on Satur. day last, and resultedin the tenth win and fifth suecessive victory for this colony2 The Victorian crow made an excellent start, and rowed with such dash that at the end of a mile they had a lead of five lengths, and kept that until the finish. KERANO RIFLE CLhu~ --Meombrs of this clnb are' requested by advertisement to forward their subscriptions to the hen. secretary (Mr. J. W. Stranger) this week,. in order to close . accounts for the cur rent yesr. - -.

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CLEARING SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 26 November 1889

CLEAlNGeo AL*.-Elsewhero M1r. J. ,1I'Mullan, storekeepar, of Koondrook, announces that in consequence of failing healh1 he intends to relinquish business, and will offer the whole of his stock at greatly reduced prices for cash. GAsNAw.ARn IRAc.s.-The programme of the races to be held at Gannawarra by the local club on Boxing Day (26th De comber), appears in our advertising colnumns. We have been requested to draw attention to the abolition of sweeps from all the events on the programme. BoxING DAY.-IT is notified that the steamer Rlothbury will run a pleasumo trip from Kioondrook on Boxing Day. Fur thor particulars will appear in a future issue. MJsNEY TO LEND.-,Messrs. Thompson IMoore and Son,of 3 St. James' Buildings, Williantm Street, Melbourne, announce that they'have money to lend on mort gage, injlny sum up to £100,000. DRAIuERY. NOTICE.-Messrs. Balsillie and Fogarty, of Pall Mall, Sandhirst, announce in another column that they have just opened up a fresh supply of summer go...

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KERANG POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, NOV. 22. Before Major Bartrop, P.M., and Mr. J. M'Mullan, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 26 November 1889

KERANG POLICE COURT. FIIInm , Nov. 22. Before Major Dartrop, P.M., and Mr. J. M'Mullan, J.P. George Flood v. the Cohulna Irrigation and Water Supply Trust, use and hire of a pile driver, £20. Mr. lohdtay (Messrs. Brown, Ellison and Co.) for plaintiff ; Mr. Connelly (Messrs. Connelly and Tatchell) for defen dants. From the evidence adduced it appeared tlat at the time Mr. Jorgensen had the con tract for the headworks of the defendant trust, he hired a pile driver. When the works were flooded out, tllrongh the rise in the river, and the contract taken out of the hands of Jorgensen, the plaintiff wanted tie machine back, and Jorgensen's ien intendel sending it away, but the clerk of works at the headworks, under instructions fromn the trust secretary, refused to allow anything to be removed from the place. \hen it became known some time afterwards that the ima chine belonged to the plaintiff, the chairman of the trust instructed the clerk of works to have it returned to the owner at'on...

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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23. (Before Major Bartrop, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 26 November 1889

SATiURDAY,\ OViJn:lt?R 23. (Before Major Bartrop, P.M.) Bert am v. I.. Jonas,illegal detention of a c'rl, saddle and breeching, the property of c inphlinant, value £2 10s. Mr. lughes, instructed by Messrs. Connelly and Tatehell, for the complainant, and Mr. Hobday for defendant. The complainant and his son deposed that defcndant borrowed the saddle and breech ing about three years ago ; that the articles had not been returned ; and that when the defendant was applied to he stated that hie did no: know where they were. Charles Ieanslcy, in the employ of the de fendant, stated that he received the harness from the complainant and took it to defen dant's house. Shortly afterwards ih returned it. Case lismissed, with £1 10s costs. G. C. Roberts v. Arbuthnot and M' Donald, complaint for sork and labor done and for money paid, £40 13s. Mr. Hughes for the complainant; Mr. Hobday for defendants. The suon of £28, with das costs, had been paid into court. The defendants had carried on busines...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 26 November 1889

COMMERGIAL INTELLIGENCE. IET.LItOUIRNE WOOL SALES. M essrs. oungtthushand and and Co.. linite-l htol their ostal sale of wool Inst ai:-. ]nl s ubmitted an interesting cata ,lim of wool from all parts of ii-?'tria and New Eouth Wf kei . Amongs-t the princip:al sale; were 11 inside circle over (f. frot?i Violet Townt, the crossbred of which brought 121. anl the Iortino l10.d. From Corop. I -t~~ ma:rktti-lt over t reliseal l0ld. 10p?l heing pltd for iIt bales from Colhinabbin Iratdnt .1Q. From Taethlan the fleece par tion of t1e ,?tiel Park clip reali-etl 1d, al: the piter? 712. From Corowan B hales ibrtndcl YT.iD s?l atf 10.1. and from the sarn?t dItri t. 21 t?tle .brattltl O O. rea lised 10:,1. From l:1ashot. 15 hales marked .lM brotht 10 1l. and from lTnnolly, 10 hales reali?cl 101l;. A gonl lot from Ye rnng Crctl;. hranle'l GGIE over |E.LGIN sold at 111, and from lKatamatiti, a nice cotlmbin wool Inarled Grahami lBros.. realisel 9d. In wnshecd wno'l the most important lot off lrel ...

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PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 26 November 1889

PARLIAMENT. When the Assemblv met t at 3 o'clock on Thursday afternoon, the ncstion of the thuber colcession to the Yea River CoIn pany was debated for nearly an hour, after which the Irrigation La- Amendment Bill was dealt with. The last touches were n ,t made to that ,nesure until after the refresllnent hour, hbt llellen that ihad ieln done ,uch work was accomplished. The Harbor nrust Vestinlg Hill, tile Malice Lands Bill, tie Irrigation Loan Bill, the lBonuses ilBil werem il passed, and ts o lhors were spent upon ithe South Austra lian boundlary question. ,.no 7-.'s Mr. Gillies moved that the Ilouse lap prove of the reference to the Privy Coulnil of the matter of tie disputed iloundary be tween South Australia anml Victoria. lie ex plained that 42 years ago, before Victoria was constituted a separate colony, the 141st meridian of longitude was marke:l as tile eastern bondary of South Anstlrali:l. But tile line then llakedand agreed uplon between South Australia and New South Wale...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 26 November 1889

W\\r RlEMtIN D Pr ?-If you have failed to be cured elsewlhere, write or apply to'the Aural Clinic, 145 Collins-street, Melbourne. Their new, scientific, entirely successful and painless Elcctro-MJedication treatment coin Iletely cures )eafness, Noises in the Head, discharges, etc., no matter of how long standing. Ear drums no longer necessary. Advice and descriptive pamphlet free. N.L1. --All our appliances and remedies are patented throughout the 'civilised world. (An.vr.) Planted. SANTED thrce elaryest Men ; cook for Camp, wages 30s. Cook's Wino Shades. 9082 B ALLAST Fillers wanted. Wages 8s. Doolio to Katamatite tramway. Reilly Bros., Contractors. 9654 W~TANTED smart Lad, strong. Apply 'V Kirk's Coach Factory. 9047 WANTED KNOWN. OIR a severe Cough, nothing in the world ' equals Dorman's famous Cough Ilix ture. It is nice, safe and certain. It ?is equally efficacious in bronchitis and all chcst aff ctions. G. M. DORtMAN, CHEMIST, Next the Theatre, Sandhurst . 9512 Lost, Stolen or ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 26 November 1889

PAY.-On Nov. 23, after a painful illness, Henry, the dearly beloved husband of Jessie Pay. Aged 33 years.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 26 November 1889

Trado Addrcssos. CIVIL ENGINEER, ARCHITECT AND LICENSED SUIEViYEOR, Scoreshy STIPET, KEp.an Go. -ainn~sr,;.% Pl'lena. rte. :,reped. .T llE Progremss of Carriage Biuilding by SSCHOLTEN and MAISIH. of Sand hnrst,has he?n entraordinary during the past five yesrs. \ve starlte with four men, and now we employ close on fifty, manufacturing Pleasnro anl BuPsiness Vehicles, comprising Car ria'es, Phleatons. Waggeonttes. and Rug gies of evVry ildesription. And by concen trating all our l(forts upon this chss of work, ant availing onreolvec of a long and practical exper.ince, both in America and the Aus tralia:n enloibes. aod a thoroughl system of nlannesnlrnt.* and the sie sof skilled me haIles, and using IhII very host malerials hronn!ilhoat, and by adopting and developing ary improvemeints that are introduced, we have snces led, in esltalisling a obusiness sceaon Ito nonie. The naummcros prizes we have taken, and the progress we have made, is ample pront of the superiority of our work. We ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 26 November 1889

STrde AddrossesC . L'HE WH IO )L ESALLE CLOTHING CO. , t . TWEEDS COATINGS TWEEDS COATINGS' TWEEDS COATINGS TWEEDS COATINGS. BLUE and FANCY SERGES. BLUE and FANCY SERGES. BLUE and! FANOY SI.RGfS. Blue and Fancy Serges. AND ,ENORMOUS STOCK. OUR OWN IM PORTING. 'THE Assortment of SPRINGL an SUMMER GOODS is beyond doubt the best ever seen in the colonies. As usual we have a largo staff of the Best Cutters Workmen IN VICTORIA. ALL -WOOL TWEED SUITS (to order), 41s. WRITE FORN SAMPLES. Our Traveller Visits the District every Twlan o onty s. .I.T. MIDDOU STON, General alan gor. TAILORING. P. DOYLE, TSUAILOR AND IABITMAKER, EtS espeetflly to notify the publonlie of Kemng and District that he has s nmencal nbusine ss as a Tailor anf of abit Maker at Wellington Street, Kerang, and Bey stri attention to business and guaorkmenee as to perfect lit, hopes to share a fair propor tion of public patronage. Fine Assortment of Tweeds, Cloths. Coatings and all necessary materials on hand. INSPECTION I...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 26 November 1889

Legal. Ct NNELL Y AND TATCIHIELL, SOLICITORS, CONVEYANCERS, PllOCTORIS AND LEGAL AGENT WELLINGTON ST., KERANG. and at Sandhurst and Melbourne. TRUST MONEYS TO LEND, sums of £100 and upwards, on Freehohl or Crown Leasehold Seourities. £10,000 TO LEND, In one suno, on Frechold Security. Mr Wm. 1. Rogers Davidson, our managing lerk. may be consulted daily, between i) ;m nd 5 p.m., at acove address. Private address - Cadusch's Commercial Hotel. BROWN, ELLISON & CO.. (Members :-T. S. IOrDAY ; C. FRED. Kux NEY); MIYI.ls O'IuRines.) SOLICITOIRS, CONVEYANOERS, PR'C TORS & ATTORNEYS, WELLINGTON STREET, KERANG £47,000 TO LEND, in various sums, On Freehold and -Leasehold Securities. LOWEST INTEREST. THE Office is under the personal manage Sment of MYLES .O'D1IEN, above named. - Private address-CULLEN'S HOTEL. 9527 Medical. ALL DTSEAESES OP LONO STANDINGC COyt I'ciirELo CUaIII) fL' JIIIIItAL Mi[rAG TiC Chronic Snlfcrers Should not Foil to Consult MR I-I. E. KUGELMAvr\NN Of 172 a...

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MELBOURNE MARKET REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 26 November 1889

M3IOOUItI NII MAiItET BREPORTS. The Ausal?inaasn Mortgaue and Agency Commnanv, Ltd.. report, N y.' 20th : Shel; ins.-l:iltcherst qreen lambs (thirds), to ts t;1 r.lnch; seconds, is 91 to 2s :h each; do firsts, is (;i to is each; do sup rior, 3s anch ; do t`renn shins (third); ,is (;hi to 1o; 9d '" 0rrtefl:'[rV'"',:cr runl. ,'nw"u lw ni 0f O i iiiu ni0 i .1 s li(i to 7s ti, each ; do saperier. to as. Dry cltine, country consignments-Lambs. 3 io lId per lb : rossbred, 24 to 5id ; fine cross bre" .ond conede a,:ii : il to 4Ii; merino, 3d to 7:t. Ilidee.-Ordinary Victorian salted, lt to l1d pir lb ; Io dirty, ltd per lb ; do heavies. 2:d1 to .Td per Ibi; do kip, 2ld to 21d per ib : do calf skins, (light), to lid per lb : o10 calf s?kins (heavy), to i3d per lb ; New Zealand (heavies). 3ld to 4id per lb ; do light, to R3d eCr ib ; cows, to 2d per Ib ; hip. 2,1 pierlti ; butchers' green ox (litght to aver.n e), 10l to Ils (d each ; do heavies, 14s to lis lid each;do extra weights, 25ls upw...

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PURLOINING A CHEQUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 26 November 1889

PURLOINING A CHEQUE - At the Kerang Police Court yesterday, before Messrs. W. J. W. Patchell, J. Cullen, Junr., and J. Mc'Mullan, J's.P., Elisha Youlten, a car- penter from Cohuna, was charged with stealing a cheque, value £4, from Samuel Sims. The accused pleaded guilty, stating that he was under the influence of   drink at the time and knew nothing about it. It appears that Sims, who was stopping at the Commercial Hotel, was lying   on his bed on Saturday morning, when the prisoner put his head in at the door and said he was looking for a man. He then entered the room and sat on the bed, saying he wanted to have a rest. Sims said he had a very bad head, and asked the accused to get him a cup of tea, which he did. He then told Sims he was a bit of a doctor, and advised him to turn on to his other side, with his face towards the wall. Sims did so, remarking that he would have another sleep. Accused said he would also have a rest on the other bed in the room...

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