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

NINYEUNOOK. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) This district was visited with a heavy downfall of rain during Friday night, the 15th inst., and the two following days. A little, rain would, no doubt, have been beneficial, but the downpour which we had has done great injury to the crops, many paddocks of wheat being laid almost flat on the ground. There were about three inches registered here, but at Bud- gerum, I am informed, a much heavier fall took place. Mr. Cameron, of that locality, who has a guage, states that the register was five inches up to the Satur day, and that over an inch fell on Satur day and Sunday. Previous to the rainfall the selectors everywhere in these districts were in the best of spirits. The crops never looked so well since the district was settled; wherever you went the crops were six inches above the fence; but now no doubt the yield will be considerably lessened, and at the same time the expense and difficulty in talking it off will be greatly increased. In co...

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
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MAJOR BARTROP'S APPOINTMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 29 November 1889

MAJOR BARTROP'S APPOINT MENTS. p Major Bartrop, P.M., will attend the various courts in his district during the present month as follows : Friday 29th, Inglewood Monday, 2nd December, Swan Hill.

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STATE OF THE RIVERS. HEIGHT ABOVE SUMMER LEVEL. [BY TELEGRAPH.] Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 29 November 1889

STATE OF THE RIVERS. HEIGIHT MOVE 0UM3MEl LEVEL. [BY TELEGRAPH !. "Thursday. MunnAY it. in. Alhnir3y 8 9. Ichucas .. 19 5 Swan Hill .1.130 Eusto . .. 21 0 Snymour.. 2O 9 Waga .. 13 0 'lay 9 0 nttranald 15 . 7 Daurano. Menindie o18 9 Wentworth . . 21 8 Wilcannia . . .

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YESTERDAY'S RACING. (BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) SANDHURST, Thursday. FIRST SELLING RACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 29 November 1889

YEIST1ERDAY'S RACING. (BY ELETrIIC TELEGRAPII.) (FIIOMI:OUR OWN COIIIRESPONDENT.) SAinIluesr, Thursday. FIRST SELLING RACE. Mr. T. Saunrier's Tempest ... ... 1 Mr. W. J. Iorton's hIeal Jam ... 2 11r. J. Martin's O.KI. ... ... 8 IIENDIC.O IIANDICAP. Mr. J. Pile's Lady Superior ... ... 1 Mr. J. . Infuglis' G'Naroo ...... 2 MIr. R. Jones' Maelstrom ........ 3 STEEPLECIHASE, Mr. J. Barbour's Wild Dog (Barbour) 1 Mr. J. Pile's MaBlldi ... (O'Brien) 2 Mr. D. Yates' Bob Cooper (Thomson) 3 Salford struck the top rail of a fence, turned a completo somersanlt, and crushed his unfortunate joclkey,!Arthullr Newlands, to death. WILSON PLATE. MIr. J. Lee'sClinker ... 1 Mr. P. Bolger's Micawber ...... 2 Mr. it. Farrell's Buorgoyne o ... ... 3 TIME IIANDICAI' TIIOT. MIr. C. Carolan's Sarsfleld,ser. ... 1 Mr. H. G. Francis' Black lack, 15sees 2 Mr. A. J. Keith's Daisy, 40 sees ... 3

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Kerang Times. Published Tuesdays and Fridays, WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 29 November 1889

t rr ng ll1T. Vii Published Tuesdays and Fridays, WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. IIRIDA Y, NOIV-I7DJJER J , Isso. TilE irst session of the , cnls or fourteenth Parliament ll~! Sesins. ofVictoria washurriedly closed on Monday last, under circum stances which are by no means credit able to the Government. It was in tended, in the first instance, that the Houses should be prorogued on Thurs day, the 21st inst., and at the time Mr. Gillies made that announcement in the Assembly, lie must have iknown perfectly well that the interval would not suffice for the due consideration of the several important measures in the Ministerial programmeo, which, when the date of prorogation was fixed, were only in their initiatory stages. The object of the Premier in abbreviating the ordinary duration of the session by some three weeks must have been either to shelve certain troublesome bills altogether, or to force Parliament to carry them without dis cussion. Neither purpose can be re garded as justifiable, ...

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HELD OVER. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 29 November 1889

IhaLD Ovaa.-Serrial reports and cor. respondents' letters are unavoidably crowded ont of to-day's issue. TiE Kow Sw.nr \VoncS.-The plant in connection with the national irrigation works, which are being undertaken at Kow Swamp, are now nearly completed and tenders will be called for the first section of the channel in a few days. ALTERIsATIOr.-The New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Company advise us that in fiture their advertisement which appears on our front page, should read," One month's free storagoe on grain," instead of threeoo mn.nths. "Free cartage on Melbourne consignments"slhounld be erased altogether. AusTRALIAN NATIvEs' Assocexrso. The ordinary fortnightly meeting. of the above association will be 'held toiiight. After the ordinary business a discussion is to take place on the "Federation of Aus tralia." All members are invited to at tend. CoIICEtT.-Theo cricket match whilch was commenced on Saturday last blietween the two local clubs ill bo' continued to morrow (Sa...

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BENJEROOP. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 29 November 1889

BENJEROOP. (FROi OUR OWx CORtPttIt'ONDERT .) HL:rrvesting is now in full swing. Hay making is finished, and iuuwusns e and in nunerauble stacks now add a noew feature to the landscape. Unfortunately, tihe farmers have not tihe satisfaction of know. ing that in them they ihave a fair return for their sesesun of toil, for that fell dis ease, the rust, has once again exercised its baneful influence and, it might be said, at the last moment, blighted botlh the crops and the farmers' hopes as iroll. Altogether the year of promise, 1889, has been a disastrous one to cultivators in this district. Heavy losses in the first instance through floods, in which hun dreds of acres of crops were ruined, and now the crops whlich had escaped the floods, many only by great exertions and expense on the part of the owners, have fallen before the all-pervading rust. On the other hand, there never was a better season for grass, and it would be a diflicunit matter to find an animal in pdor condition anywh...

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PINE HILLS IRRIGATION AND WATER SUPPLY TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 29 November 1889

PINE HILLS IRRIGATION AND WATER SUPPLY TRUST. (t:Y OUrt OWN tttrEORTEtR.) A special meeting of tho above trust was Iheld at the residence of the chairman on Wednesday night, for the purpose of considering the proposals of tihe engineers (Messrs. Hodgson and Smith) in reference to the future operations of the trust. There were prcsent:-Cmrs. Ferguson (chairmanu), Yeo, Cadusch, W. Meharry and the engineer (MIr. Ho:lgson). Tite tuinutes of tlhe previous mnceting were read and confirmesd, on the motion of Cmr. Mleharry, seconded by nmr. Yeo. ENGLNEEI:S' rEP.)RtT. Mr. ITodgsoil subtitted a lengtlhy re. port, which is unavoidlably withheld fromn thle present issne. Tihe report, its renad, having been rcceiverl,, on tihe motion of Coiz. Yo;-ecolinded by CIurJr: Mtlitirrj; lengtlhy discussion, of several hours' duration, ensued. 'Ultimately it was re solved, ott the motion of Cmr. Yeo,se conled by Cmr. Cadusels, that the secre tary write to the bodies interestled-tlsh Cohuna, Keoran EDist I...

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SUNDAY TRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 29 November 1889

SUNDAY TRAMS. A mneeting, called by ad ertisement, of those willing to protest against the run ning of Sunday excursion trams to Koon drook was heldl in the Baptist Church. oA Wednesday evening. There were present -Messrs. Holloway, Stranger,. Adams, D. W. Williamson, Kerr, D. Hawthorne, G. Hawthorne, Freeman, UklesWilson, Barrett, Leopold, Gorman, and the Revs. Wilkin and Collocott. The Rev. F. J. Wilkin, in opening the meeting, explained why they had met together, viz., to discuss the best means ofobtaillinga general expression of opinion of the ratepayers on the i'utning of the Sunday trains. SMr. G: Adams was voted to the chair, and said i s wonld be glad io receive a a motion on the subject, so that it could bes, fully discussed. An a pology was received from the Rev. E. H, Scott, who wrote stating he cosld not attend as lhoe was engaged at a vestry meeting, but he fully synm. pathlised witl'the movement and would do allt in his power to assist. 'The lev F..1. .\Vilkin moved th...

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PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 29 November 1889

PARLIAMENT. Parliament was prorogued on Monday by His Excellency the Administrator of the Government, in the presence of a large number of ladies and gentlemen who had assembled in the Legislative Council chamber. It was intended that the ceremony should beo performed as usual at noon, but ' owing to the stono walling tactics being adopted in the Assembly by a section of members who objected to an amendment made by the Council in the Education Endowment Bill, it was a quarter past 1 before the proceedings were begun. His Excellency gave the Royal assent to a number of bills, but reserved the Divorce Law Ancndutent Bill for the signification of Her Majesty's pleasure thereon. The prorogation speech was unusually long, and alluded to a number of questiolns dealt with duiring the session. Promi nent reference was made to the position held by the colony at the Paris Exhibi tion. to the growth of the federation senti ment, to the state of the defences, to tihe lamentedl death of Sir Jame...

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WANDELLA IRRIGATION AND WATER SUPPLY TRUST. KERANG, Nov. 27TH. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 29 November 1889

WANDELLA IRRIGATIONiV AND WATER SUPPLY TRUST. KERANG, NOV. 27TII. Preient-Cmrs.Wiliatison (chairman), Butlcr and Avard. The minutes of the previous meeting. were read andi confirmed. CoRRESPONDENCE. From F. Stevens, requesting permission to transfer his contract (No. 4) to WV. Sharp and J. Stevens. Received. Moved by the chairman, that the writer be in. formed that the trust could not allow the transfer of the contract in question, or any contract, afier signature. Seconded by Cmr. Butler and carried. From W. Sharp and J. Stevens, ex pressiog a desire to take over contract No. 4. Similar reply to be forwarded. From Water Supply Department, for. warding copies of the conditions of the irrigation prizes for the cureint year. Re ceived. From sanme, returning various vouchers. ReceivBd. From same (teleaimnl, itistting thlat claims for £260' 10s d .had been passed.. for payment. Received. From same (telegram e iiquiring at what oiffice the trust desired claims to be paid. Attended to by ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 29 November 1889

Trade Addressou. THE WHOLESALE CLOTHING CO. ý ) ýtriet "s, 14.. TWEEDS COATINGS TWEEDS COATINGS TWEEDS C OATINGS. BLUE and FANCY SERGES. BLUE and FANCY SERGES. BLUE and FANCY SERGES. Blue and Fancy Serges. AND ENORMOUS STOCK. OUR OWN IMPORTING. T HE Assortment of SPRING an SUMMER GOODS is beyond doubt the best ever seen in the colonies. As usual we have a large staff of the Best Cutters & Workmen IN VICTORIA. ALL WOOL TWEED TROUSERS (to order), 12e Gd. ALL WOOL TWEED SUITS (to order), 46s. WRITE FOR SAMPLES. Our Traveller Visits the District every Two Months, J. T. MIDDLETON, General Man ger. TAILORING. P. DOYLE, TAILOR AND HABITMAKER, BEGS Respectfully to notify the public of Kerang and District that he has commenced business as a Tailor and Habit Maker at Wellington Street, Kerng, and by strict attention to business, and guarantee as to perfect fit, hopes to share a fair propor tion of public patronage. Fine Assortment of Tweeds, Cloths, Coatings and all necessary material...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 29 November 1889

Wr REwaN Dean ?-If you have failed to be cured elsewhere, write or apply to the Aural Clinic, 145 Collins-street, Melbourne. Their new, scientific, entirely successful and painless Electro-Medication treatment com pletely cures Deafness, Noises in the Head, discharges, etc., no matter of how long standing. Ear drums no longer necessary. Advice and descriptive pamphlet free. N.B. -All our appliances and remedies are patented throughout the civilised world. (ADVT.) DRESsES.-We have had the pleasure of in specting a choice selection of dress samples in all the latest designs for this season, both in wool and cotton fabrics, as supplied by Messrs. Manning and Co., of Sandshurst, and have no hesitation in saying that they are tihe cheapest and nicest lot of goods we have ever seen. The new bordered robes, so fashionable this season, may be hsad from is 3d upwards, double width, and we noticed a splendid line of washing Drillettes at 4s lid der dozen.-(ADvr.) '.ianted. T RADESMEN'S CRICKE...

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SANDHURST RACES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 29 November 1889

SANDHURST RACES. The annual spring meeting of the Ben dlio Jockey Club cotiunenced on Wed nesday last, and with delightlful weather, more than acerage attendance, and ex cellent racing, the first day proved as successful as the most sanguine could possi bly expect. The following are the results : TELrEGIArI[ STAKrES.-00 EOVe. Mr. F. D. Kenyon's b s Lady Rose berry, 0 yrs, 7st dlb ... (Hayes) 1 Mr. J. Nicholson ns lch g Cesarean, 5 yrs, 7st 9ib ..... (Smith) 2 Messrs. Lazarnus Bros., br g Politician, Gst 12bth ...(Osborne, 21b over) 3 Seven started. HANDICAP IIUuRDLE uACE.-100 sors. Mr. J. O. Inglis' br g Ulysses,G yrs, OSt 121bs . ... ... (iIGowan) 1 Mr. J. Pile's b g Merry Soul, aged, B st 10 lbs ... (D. O'Brien, 2 lbs over) 2 Mr. E. C. IIaddrick's br or bk g Bache lor, dyrs, 10 st 5 lbs .. (Keating) 3 Marron and Goorac also ran. saxnnultsT cur.-225 sors. MIr. J. O. Inglis' clh c G'Naroo, 3yrs, 7 st 0 Ils ...... (J. Hayes) 1 Mr. RII. Jones' b e Maelstrom, 3yrs, Gst 1bs .. (It. Walk...

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PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 29 November 1889

PROROGATION OF PARLIAMENT. The firstsession of the fourteenth Parlia nment of 'lictoria was brought to a close on Monday last, with the customary ceremonies. His Excellency Sir WV. F. C. Robinson; the administrator of the Governmenut, left Go vernment House at the appointed hour, but at the request of the Government broke his journey at thie Treasury build ing, where he remained until it became evident that there was no.hope of a division being taken in the Assembly otn the Amend iments made by thie Council in the Education Endtowment Bill, and his progress was con tinued to Parliament-lhouse. Iis Excellency at once proceeded to the Legislative Council Chamber, where a large company was as sembled to await his appearance. The floor and galleries of the Chamber were tltrotcgn with ladies ; in bright cos tumes. His Excellency having taken the Presidcntial chair, the Speaker and tmembers of the Assembly were summoned by the usher and speedily made their ap piearance at the bar, precede...

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ARRIVAL OF THE EARL OF HOPETOUN. ENTHUSIASTIC RECEPTION. MELBOURNE, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 29 November 1889

ARRIVAL OF THE EARL OF :HOPETOUN: ENTHUSIASTIC RECEPTION. (Br EFEcrOIc . TcLEaGAPII.) (rums OUR OWcN COntRRs'ONDENT.) MEL.nouRN, Thursday. To-day was observed as a general Iholi day, thie occasion being the arrival of His Excellecncy the Earl of Hopetoln, the now Governor of Victoria, and the ceremony of sweatingl him in. The weather was simply deliglhtfunl. The R.3I.S. Brit annia passed through the heads at 10 minntcs past 10 o'cloclt, and wais received byasaltteof-17 guns from the Qnoeens. cliffe .tattery. Site was met down tlhe bay by tihe mail steaner Rome, on board of.wlhiclt were the mnemtlbers of the Go vevnment, members of Parliament, and the Idading officials and Itiglh dignitaries. Thle Romen was accompaniedl by thie gn boats Victoria and Alhrt, torpedo Ileats, and the Government steamer Lady Loch. His Excellency and Lady IIopetonn, ae nonmpanied by the Premier, Mr. Gillies; Chief Secretary, Mr. Dealkin; the Speaker of the Assembly and tlhe President of tlhe Legislative Co...

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LATEST CABLEGRAMS. THE DOMINION OF CANADA. THE PARNELL COMMISSION. GERMAN POLICY. SENSATIONAL MURDERS IN HUNGARY. NEWS FROM MR. H. M. STANLEY. THE BOXING CHAMPIONSHIP. THE AUSTRALIAN AUXILIARY SQUADRON. EMIGRATION TO QUEENSLAND. THE FEDERATION QUESTION. DEFENCE MEASURES IN GERMANY. LONDON, Nov. 22. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 29 November 1889

LATEST CABLEGRAMS. TIHE DOMINION OF CANADA. TIIE PARNELL COMMISSION. GERMAN POLICY. SENSATIONAL MURDERS IN HUN GARY. IEWS FROM MR. H1. M. STANLEY. THE BOXING CHAMPIONSHIIP. THE AUSTRALTAN AUXILIARY SQUADRON. EMIGRATION TO QUEENSLAND. THE FEDERATION QUESTION. DEFENCE MEASURES IN GERMANY. (FROm ARGUS AND AGE COIIRRESPONDENTS). Losnos, Nov. 22. The Montreal Herald of yesterday pub. lishesan article in which it urges the people of Canada to imitate the example of Brazil and establish for themselves a Republican form of government. It is full time, it says, that Canada secured her independence when slhe sees " theo baby community of Australia" taking steps to initiate a nation of their own. It is expected that the sittings of the Parnell Inquiry Comnmission will be brought to a conclusion to-day. The speech delivered by Sir Henry James, Q.C., on behalf of the Tieh is generally declared tiho save be'f a limoie telling character than that of Sir Richard Web ster, Q.C., Attorney-General, ac...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 29 November 1889

Trad.o .ddresses5 H.C. KEMPSON C.E. CIVIL EN'TNEER, ARCHITEOT AND LICENSED SURIVEYOR, Scoreshy STREET, KEw&NG. Edtimatn.. Plans, etc, prepared. 7IIE Progress of Carriae TBnilding by 9 SCHOL TEN and MARST. of Sand linrst.las been extraorilinary during the past five years. We started with four men, and now we employ close on fifty,. manufactoring Pleasure and Business Vehicles, comprising Car riages. Phmetons. Waggonettcs, and Bug gies of every description. And by concen trating all our efforts upon this class of work, and av:ailing onurselves of a long and practical experience, hbth in America and the Aus tralinn enlonies. and a thorough system of nanogetnent. and the use of skilled me hbnies, and nsing the very best materials .hroghosut, and by adopting and developing any improvements that are introduced. we have succeeled in "establislhing a business second to none. The numerous prizes we have taken, and the progress we have made, is ample proof of the superiority of our wo...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 29 November 1889

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. MELItOURNE WOOL SALES. Mcssrs. Dalgoty and Co. report:-Our wool sale t1,-day (25lth) attracted a large atten dance anod the one thronglhoot wso very lively. We ,toffered 1500 hales, anr sold "1500 at Lx xeCeliogly good prices, the market being, if 'anythiog. better tlhan last week. Crea Sool 151gtin rangedl up to 13.d for weitern district, merino washed Ileecerealis tieg n in 1751. inid seonral to 20:11.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 29 November 1889

Legal. CONNELLLY AND TAI'CHI-TELL, SOLICITO;S, CONVEYANCERS, I'PiOCTORiS AN!) LEGAL AGENT WELINGTON ST., KERANG. andiI at Sandlinrst and Melbourne. TRUST MONEYS TO LEND, sumns of £100 and upwardls, on Freehold or Crown Lecsehlold Securities. '10,000 TO LEND, In one sum, on Freehold Security. Mr Wm..1. Rogers Davidson, our managing lenk, may be consulted daily, between 9 int nd 5i p.m., at noose address. Private: address - Cadusch's Commercial Hotel. BROWN, ELLISON & CO. (Memibers :-T. S. llonitA ; C. Fain. KIus No:nY; MYvtats O'IhtuxS.) SOLICITOIIRS, CONVEYANCERS, PROC. TOilS & ATTORNEYS. WELLINGTON STREET, KERANG .£47,000 TO LEND, in various Snions. On Freelh dl auil Leasehobl Securities. - ,OWEST INTSlttEST 7 -- THE Olli0 c is uniler lit e personal imanage n it if Y1.1 Is O'IliIEN. :iaboe timieil. l'rivale :ldress-CULLEN'S IIHOTEL. 1)51.7 PORTRAEITS. PORTRAITS. TIlE VICTORIAN PIIOTOR1iAPIIC COMPANY'S tell-known and admnirably arranged TIrAVELLIN9 PORTRAIT SALOON No...

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