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SANDHURST STOCK MARKET. 13th Nov. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 29 November 1889

SAN)Ill II iIST STOCK MAhKIET. 13th Nov. Messrs. I. O'Neill and Co. report: Cattle-327 fat., includiing 151 stores, and :35 calves yardeal for this week's supply, quality cnsiotiig eltCielly of medium sorts, with a few pensi prime. There was only a molderate attetnlarnc of ayecrs, biut prices tliroughol t wetre aitium equal to last week's, except fur goodl qality light weights, whichi were slightly hEtter. We quote - lIest pens of Itllocks. £7 10s to C8 lOs; otheors C£ o to £7 ; cows. lest, 1to CC Ss; others, £4 10s ito Ci :and aire sol 3C healI for Messrs. Clharles atlld lTrtqhart at market rates, and at our t'rramii shle on \Vednesday last, 70 Leadl at-ttlnlsks. Ito £7 15s; andl cows to :C; 7s ;it. Calves--t35 penned. This ntom lher being undtttl r retquiretents, prices ruled higih ; Le titliting C l a; otlhers t5s to ios. Slhep-t-i,0ltt. of whticih about one-tlhirdl a tre ptned as fit.: Iquality ranging front gooa to teitr. 'liter t was a large attenel ilcr of Ihtiers, but prices...

Publication Title: Kerang Times, The
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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 3 December 1889

"COR RES PON DENC &'7" (Crmnlnncnatloie ihltended rfo iteertlon In thln column ienld be arnldrcnsel to the Editor. T;he name anlt aldress of the writer mnit be tlted, not ele?oanrily fnr ,nblienttonll, ut no goneontc orI oond faith. While we are it all time gladt tio re cetvr. , l, putblts 'correspioielee. allowin, an nalolllnt of.lntitude cnlliaotit with the rul?'?,l. jniitirnlinl. we do not hol.l otraelven respnnil.ii or ntye opiniolls expresoed.]

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CONFERENCE OF TRUSTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 3 December 1889

elsio?vlei?ethat, conferenco. of.trists,in torestied i iloib nliankin~ f iofii.ieri' and crecks:withini the Shire of Sivan fHill iill be held in ithe Shiro: Hall, Kerang,.;on Tuesday next, 10th inst., at 10 a.in.

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SUNDAY TRAMS. [TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERANG TIMES.] [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 3 December 1889

SUNDAY TRAMS. [To TrF. EnaTor OF? Tuic.Ke.ano TIets.] Sir,-I observe in a recent issue of your journal that a few persons are busy, ing thcmselves on the tramn question-as to whether it is to run on Sunlday or not. Now, Mr. Editor, with yoiir permission I will refer briefly to one or two of these individuals who live in glass houses. I will begin with Mr. Wilkin. ::I don't ob: jeet to his action'in' entering a protest; but I aui inclined to think that he doei not keep the Sabbath strictly himnself. I halo seen him driving his horses, and others also.cngaged iunning them out of paddocks on Sundays. I have also seeni those horses tied np to a tree at Koon; drookl, oii very hot days, ; sitlhot any covering, or even a drink of water, fronm early in the forenoon till about three o'clock in the afternoon. I do not ]ook upon -this as very humane from a manl who objects to his neighbor passing his time in a rational manner: on Sunday afternoons. 'Now let me says few words of Mr. D. W. Willi...

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CRICKET. KERANG C.C. v. TRADESMEN'S C.C. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 3 December 1889

CRICKET. KEit:a.? C.0. v. TI:.w?s)IrlES's C.C. The match which was commenced on the 23rd inst. between these clubs was r:onclndel on Saturday last, and resulled in a win for the Kerang club by three wickets and 7 runs. 'The not out men of the Tradesmen took their place at the wickets sharp to time. and .the innings closed for a total of 8 bt, thus leaving tl Keramg 44 runs to get to win, but this they were unable to accomplish until seven of their wickets had fllon. Theo' Trades men labored under sonie disadvantage, hlowever, as four of their teaon were absent. For Ihe winners, Stranger, Tre gear, Trutman and Crawfonr.1 divided- the bowling honors,, as did E. Aitken anlld Foyster fir the losers. The following are the scores a:s l:made on Saturday last : Tu.imes.EN.-2nd innings. J. Stewart, b Tregea . :. •. , O lEdmonldson, 1) Tregear .... .. _.. _S I'Oiffcn, c Truman b Tregear ... .. 2 Dowling; c Rundle b Truma:i-.. .. 28 E. Aitken, e Sabine t Crawford..h:. ... 19 Vininard, c Trman ...

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THE CHIEF SECRETARY AT NEWMARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 3 December 1889

THE CHIEF SECRETARY AT NEWMARKET. The Chief Secretary, being, abont to visit the Dunedin Exhibition, took the opportunity of addressing his constitihents at Newmarket on Saturday evening. Mr. Deakin, referrirfi to the business of the session which has jnst been- closed, said that both I louses Ihad been engaged in the completion of some of the most important measures which were introduced when the Coalition Government was brought into existence six years -ago.. The personnel of tihe Ministry since that time had changed, and its policy necessarily had not remained identically the same, but it had carried out a policy, on uniform lines through a natural cotirse of devolopment. The piactical. manner in which legislation hasb eeOi co6idiiOitbd was in remarkable contrast to the-obstriuction which had prevailed in the past,: and a great deal of credit was due to the leader of the opipositioh (Mr.'Munro) for this. In the course of a detailed review of the work of the session, Mr. Deakin fr...

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MURRABIT WEST BUTTER & CHEESE FACTORY COMPANY, LIMITED. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 3 December 1889

MURRABIT WEST BUTTER & CHEESE FACTORY COMPANY, LIMITED. (Io OUR OWN RlrEPOIRTER.). The first half-yearly general neeting of the above compuany was held at the fac tory building on Friday last, 29th inst There wais a very fair attendance of shareholders, and Mr. AV. J. Lake, chair man of directors, ocupiedu the chair. Theo uinutes of the previous general meeting were read and confirmed. tirIPOlr's. The directors reported that they had held seven meetings since last general meeting, all of which had been well at tended. : they had let the contracts for the building, well, brickwork, etc., to Mr. John Messer, at satisfactory prices. The building was almost completed and they trusted that a start would be made aboutL the 1st January. An election would be taken that evening to fill the vacancies on the directorate, caused by the retire ment by eflluxion of time of Messrs. Adams. Harrison and W. Lake, who were eligible for ro.election. The principal question to be decided by the s...

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EASTERN VERMIN BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 3 December 1889

E.?8TERN VERMIN BOARD. SThe usual monthly moeetin of the above board was held on Thursday evening-at the conrt-house, Kerang. Present-Messrs. ITogin (chairinan) Lonergan, Noble, In graii and Irving. 'rThe minut"es of the previois mieting, weiereid anl: d confirmed and the outward correspondcnen w-s appr-ised COtRIss.PON )EN Cf ..... From Land.s departmentforwvarding ap plications for refund, for signature of the cllairman and one memlber of the " coin imittee. Received. SFron same, forwarding, in response to board's application, nai;te and address of proposed transferee of mslee allotment 709, county of 'iTtchera. Received. From same, enquiring whether the bWard offered any objection on the ground of non-perfornance of vermin destruction covenant, to the application for the trans fer of the interest in lease of mnallee allot ment 120A, county of Tatclhera, from 11. J. Alcock and John Blerth to Robert Shaw, being submitted for the consent of the Board of Land and Works. No objection....

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STATE OF THE RIVERS. HEIGHT ABOVE SUMMER LEVEL. [BY TELEGRAPH.] Monday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 3 December 1889

STATE OF THE RIVERS:;: , HEIOiT AiOVE SU MER LEViL ; aE TF LEGPHJ. -. Monday. umunr ft. in A lbu*r* 'e. :10 0 Icinici - 17.. 1 *wan Nic1 Euston.i 20 10 r :: .GOU~mp:E.!;·uBE l. rL,. ,' . Soyoniourus ags :19 0 .Wc'ntwvorth1 f. 00 0 Wilcanni 10

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ST. JOHN'S CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 3 December 1889

.ST. JOHN'S CHURCH. The Rev. E. H. Scott officiated at St. John's Church of England on Sunday, 24-th elt:, taking his text. from Rev. 1st chap. 10th v., "'I was in the Spirit on the Lord's Day." The preacher said-i My subject as announced is " Sunday, its uses and abuses." First of all, it is necessary for us to note that there are three diffelrent words, the names of three different institutions, which are continu ally being confised as if they all referred to tile same thing-I mean the words Sabbath, Lord's Day, and Sunday. These three words do not mean the saime. Sab bath is the name of an old .Toewish insti tution whose essential quality was Rest. Thileday was hallowed and madelo sacred by cessation from all toil. Stringent laws were enacted to compel tile observance of this institution in this manner,because, like much else in Judaism, it was part of the symbolic teaching to prepare the mind of man for whit was to beexpectedwith the appearance of the Christ. TheSablatic rest ev...

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LATEST CABLEGRAMS. THE "JUBILEE PLUNGER. THE PUGILISTIC CHAMPIONSHIP. POLITICS IN ENGLAND. THE ANTWERP EXPLOSION. GREAT FIRE IN AMERICA. THE LONDON WOOL SALES. THE NEW VICTORIAN LOAN. THE AUSTRALIAN DEFENCES. SHIPPING DIFFICULTIES IN ENGLAND NARROW ESCAPE OF PRINCE ALBERT VICTOR. PAUPERISM IN ENGLAND. LONDON, Nov. 26. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 3 December 1889

LATEST CABLEGRAMS. THE" JUBILEE PLUNGER. THE PUGILISTIC CIIAM?PIONSIIIP. : POLITICS IN IENGLAND. TIHE ANTWERP EXPLOSION. GIREAT FIIIE IN AMERICA. THE LONDON WOOL SALES. THE NEW VICTORIAN LOAN. THIE AUSTIALIAN DEFENCES. SHIPPING DIFFICULTIESIN ENGLAND NARROW ESCAPE OF PRINCE ALIIERT VICTOR. PAUPERISM IN ENGLAND. (FROat ANGUS AND AGE CORRIESPONDENTS). Loano.N, Nov. 26. Mr. Ernest Bcnzon, generally known c as the " Jubilee Plunger," who some time ago visited Australia and recently published a book, showing how he lost £250,000 by gambling, has been declared bankrupt. The Santa Cruz Athletic Club, Cali fornia, offers to give 30,000dol. (£6000) as a prize for the victor in the proposed e pugilistic encounter between John L. Sullivan, the American championi, and Peter Jackson, of Australia, on condition s that the men fight to a finish. . . . .. . ? i ...... - . Nay_27.. .. r The Manrquis of Salisbury, who is visit ing Nottingham, yesterday addressed a large public meeting, at which fully...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 3 December 1889

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. IIELOUIINE WOOT'SALES. Tie New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Co., Limited, submitted a catalogue of 6121; bales at their wool sale o:n Thursday. before a full attendance of the trade. Bid ing for super'merino and crossbreds of all grades was lbrisk, but the market has not henefited hy the recent rise in London as far as mediumn and inferior greasy merino and sconred are concerned, tile advance having been already disconnted by buyers: The following are the rhief sales in greasy : - -3S hales first combing. marked T over Cmrword. from near Condah. 1h3d. 10 hales first and 5sec(nd combing at 154d, and 6 lales broken and first pieces at ls. Fifty bales, Mount over Camel, from near Rei castle. at 1.3.d, and 25 Ibales at 121. 11 bales marled An over Corea from near Penshnrst at 13.1. Six hales super combing, I?t. C;ellibrand over ILT.W.T. at 13(, and ?0 bales Ceynar from near Ecn at same price. The above wools were all well bred, light, and in grand conrliti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 3 December 1889

Trado Addressos. LHE WH)OLESALE CLOTHING CO. - and F s ý -a a ,: hi Hc ti TWEEDS COATINGS TWEEDS COATINGS: TWEEDS COATINGS TWEEDS COATINGS. BLUE and FANCY SERGES. BLUE and FANOY SERGES. BLUE and FANOCY SERGES. Blue and- Fancy Serges. AND TK ENORMOUS STOCK. OUR OWN IMPORTING. N rHE: Assortment of SPRING an .I SUMMER GOODSj ? beyond doubt the best ever scanbin the colonies. As Usual we have a large staff of thein T Best Cutters & Workmen IN VICTORIA. ALL WOOL TWEED TROUSERS (to order), 12s Gd. ALL WOOL TWEED SUITS (to order), 4Gs. h WRITE FOR SAMOPLES. Our Traveller Visite the District every Two Months. C J. T. MIDDLETON, c. General Man ger. n TAILORING. P. DOYLE, TAILOR AND IIABITMAKER, EGS Respectfully to notify thie public S ofsa erai g and District that he has d commenced business as a Tailor and Habit Maer at iWellington Street, ric ang, and by strict attention to business, and guarantee as to perfect fit, hopes to share a fair propor tion of public patronage. Fine Assort...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 3 December 1889

Trade Addresses. H. C. KEMPSON C.E. CIVIL ENGINEER, ARCHITECT AND LICENSED SURVEYOR,     Scoresby STREET, KERANO. Estnmates, Plans, etc, prepared. TITE Progress of Carringo Building by SSCIHOLTEN and MARSH, of Sand hurst.has been extraordinary during the past fire years. We started with four men, and now we employ close on fifty, manufacturing Pleasure and Business Vehicles, comprising Car riages, Phmtons. Waggonettes, and Bug- C gies of every description. And by concen trating all our efforts npon this class of work. and availing ourselves of a long and practical experiencc., both in America and the Aus tralian colonies, and a thorough system of nmangnement. and the use of skilled me hanicl, and using the very best materials A dlroughout, and by adopting and developing any improvements that are introduced, we have succeeded in establishing a business second to none. Thi nnmerouis prizes we have taken, and the progress we have made, is ample proof of the su...

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ARRIVAL OF THE NEW GOVERNOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 3 December 1889

ARRIVAL OF THE NEW GOVERNOR: As announced in Friday's issue by tele graph from oui Melbourne correspondent: Lord Hopetoun, the new Governor of Victoria, arrived in the colony by the P. and O. Company's R.M.S. Britannia, accom panied by Lady Hopetoun and his suite. Extensive preparations had been, made to welcome the Governor, and, aided by the most auspicious weather, the proceedings were carried through with the utmost en. thusiasm. To give Lord Hopetoun a fore taste of the larger welcome that awaited him, tim Government chartered the P. andl O. Company's steamer Rome, and invited' upwards of 250 gentlemen, including the. imembers of both Houses of Parliament, the consuls of foreign countries, the official heads of the Government departments, the judges, the Mayor and Corporation of Mel bourne, and others, to proceed down tile bay in her to meet 'the Britannia midway on her journey from the Heads. This pro gramme was duly carried out. Lord and Lady Hopetoun were transhipped from th...

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PINE HILLS IRRIGATION AND WATER SUPPLY TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 3 December 1889

PINE HILLS IRRIGATION AND WATER SUPPLY TRUST. SThe following is a copy of the report I submitted by the engineers (Messrs. flodg son and Smith) at a special Imeeting of. theO';: above :tirust held on Wed nesday test :-Wo have the honor to report having completed the work of taking levels Sover your. trust's area, and to submit here Swith the results of our operations in the field; but before going into details respect ing the trust as it exists, we have to invite your attention to several important matters. SMessr. Chaffey, Starr and Co., under in structions from the Chief Engineer of Water Supply, have recently made further surveys in connection with the Kow Swamp scheme, and proposed certain modifications, including a re-allotment of the Murray waters. In Sorder that you may liave some knowledge of what is being done, we shall not confine our selves to the proposals concerning your trust, Sbut will give a brief sketch of the reconieicn I dations of Messrs. Chaffey, Starr and Co., ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 3 December 1889

Medical. ALL DISE.ESES OP LONG STANDING CO?[ PLIE.TELY CURED IBY HERBAL [AGNEI:TIC TRIEATMENT. Chronic Sufferers Should not Fail to Consult MR H. E. KUGELMANN. Consulting Iterbalict and Eclectic Of 17^2n ad 171 WILLIAM STREEt', .MELUOURN.E. - ISITS KERANG EVERYM IONTII ireal ndrertire Imest for Dates.) B111. KUGELMANN'S treatment differs iJ. entirely from all others known, and ihe has cured more cases of Chronic Disease tllan any ten medical men in Australia. Thousands of sworn declarations of cases cured can be seen. Send for pamphlet on : Medical Despotisms or Liberty which ? 56 r pages; post free. This book exposes completely the old style of Mineral Drugging, and explains the methods of Mr. Kugel mann's Natural Treatment. Bead the fol lowing Testimonial, a specimen of thousands more: Stockyard Hill (near Beaufort) Victoria. 1 12 '88. i Mn. H. E. KUoELMANrN, Consulting Herbalist, Melbourne. Dear Sir,-As you are publishing-some sworn declarations of cases cured, I wish to send you...

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MELBOURNE MARKET REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 3 December 1889

?lELBOUINE MARKET IRIEPORTS. Messrs. I:inny Nicoll and Co., chaff mer chants; :Gi Spener-street, report:--During the past week deliveries of chlaff have been coming to hand freely, the majority of the consigniments being new stuff. Quotations remailn aboot the salme as the previous week. A large qutantity of this season's chaff has got heated. which ihas seriously interfered with the sale of it. Best chaff is worth up to £1 10s ; second class from £3 5s to £31uSs; best chaff to £l4 Gs; all quotations bags in. Oats, New Zealand, 3s ld ; Victorians. 3s 2d; wheat, s 10d; peas, sl 10.1 ; bran, 7d; pol lard. Sd. The Australasian Mortgage and Agency Company, Ltd.. report, Nov. 27th: Shoelpskins.-oltchers" green lambs (thirds), to is 6,1 each; seconds, is 9d to 2s 3d each; do firsts, 2s ld to "I each ; do superior, 3: each; do green skins (thirds). 3s Od to 4s 9d each; do seconds?, 5 to Gs3d each;do firsts, lis lid to 7s (id each ; do superior, to 8s. lry slhins, country consignments-Lambs...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 3 December 1889

Wanted. T?TANTED a` Good General Servint' for small family. Apply. S.S., offic of this paper. : ;." -1 9705. WT ANTED two, good carpenters; anlsd iod: V 'ool?ricldayor-.,Apply it'once to Corkill and Lindslya near Swan llill. 685 N : AiTErk'smart Lado strony . ::Apply Kirk s Coach Factory. 9647 NOTICE. A LLU Persons hbving claims against the l Estate; of the laete;HenryPay are re quested to forward particulars of the same, if not already furnished, to Mr. D. T. Hughes, barrister-at-law, Kerang. 0700 A CONFERENCE of local Iodies inte rested in the embankment of rivers and creeks within the shire will' be held attthe Shire Ifall, Kerang, on Tuesday, December 10th, at 10 a'clock a.m. Business-Engi neers' reports. THOS. MEIARRY, 9702 Hon. Sec. Conference. 1.0.11 .CONCERT AND SOCIAL. A NNIVERSARY of the Local Tent, BAPTIST CHURCHI, TO-MORROW, Wednesday, Dec. 4th, at 8 p.m. First-Class Programme. Songs, Recitations, Readings, Dialogues, etc. Tickets, is. 9703 A. G. ADAMS, Secretary. AT REA...

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Kerang Times. Published Tuesdays and Fridays, WITH WEEKLY SUPPLEMENT. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 3 December 1889

t 'uhlished Tuesdays and Fridays, WITII WEEKLY SUPPLEMIIENT. TI'UESDA Y, DECIEMIBERi 3, 89. hEETIsN.-The nsnal monthly meetting of the Swan Hill Shire Council will be held to-day. Sw.x iflr.t, LiCIsslso Couarr.--Tis Ioprt sit yesterday, the mlagistrates being SMdssrs. Bartrop, O'M?hara, and Paterson. The applications for wine and grocers licenses for Mildura were postponed for two mnoths, as. the magistrates experi. onced some difficulty in costlruieg that part of the Amending Act referring to the district. B BENI.Te ooP ANDi MURRtABIT TRUST. SThie adjourned meeting of thle above trust, " which should have been hell at the chair man's resi lence on Saturday evening last, lapsed for want of a quormun, and in con " sequence there will be no meeting until the 21st inst. On the 23rd iult. the chair nman adjourned thcs meeting, as there was only one commissioner besides himself present, to the 30th tilt., at 6 p.m., think ing, as it was a busy time of the year, that, if held in the eveni...

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