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TRAGOWEL PLAINS IRRIGATION AND WATER SUPPLY TRUST. MINCHA, DECEMBER 5th, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 10 December 1889

7TRAGOWEL PLAINS IRRIGATION AND WATER SUPPLY TRUST. ------+--~-- - isycrn.s, DecEDEnR Gtill, 1880. (P.1 o0n oWN nrEPoITEuI.) Prescnt-Cnrrs. De Garis (chairnman) farflect, Douglas, MIvor, Long, Saville, Smith, ichardlson. Esler, ifoylan, llir rowe-, Crawford and 'fwigg. The minutes of the previons :neetiing were read and confinnetl. COI IIIESIONDENCE. From R. lBlaikio. thanking, tihe corneissioners for appointing him to the position of treasurer to, tihe trost. iRe. ceived. From District Land Officer, Sandhurst, stating tiat the su11s of 514 ls and £5 10s, survey fees for 40 acres, portion !of allotinent,142 Tragowel, and for 500 nacres roundl the Pennyroyal an111, parish lof Lod idon, wore due, alnt askiing if the trust ili tended to pay the amnount or ablildon the application. Department to be written to, stating that surveoy wolub he taken by trust's own olicers. From Water Supply delpartinEnt, in reference to payment of interest on trans ferrodllinabilities, stating that the redu...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 10 December 1889

'To ConuzsroxnENTs.-Several letters, crowded out of the present issue will appear on Friday. STATE Scnoor.s ProxI.-The State schools annual picnic, as previously an nouncdl,- will take place to-day at -Koni drook, trains leaving Kerang at 10.30 a.m. and 6 p.m., and Klioondrook, on the return journey, at 3.45 and 9.40 p.m. Children will be cariel free, the ieturn fire for adults being reduced to 9s Gi. Arrange ments have been male with the owners of the steamer Rotlhbury to run excursions on the river from .the Koondrook wharf dturing the day. Mr. I. IHI. M'Coll, .P., the member for tie' district, to whose efforts the gazetting of a public holiday for the occasion is entirely due, will be present. .lir. Albreclht informed us last evening that he Ihad received a tele grain fronm tlie Ednention departnmeit to the effect that all schools in the Kerang distlict participate in the holiday. Ex cnrsions in connection withl thie picnic fron Sowan Hill and Pyramid Hill have been arranged, and...

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CRICKET. TRADESMEN v TRAGOWEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 10 December 1889

lCRI.C.KE T. TTRADESMEN v TRAGOWEL. Oin Statnrdlisay lis1 a m ,atclh was 'playe I on the grootd at the rear of thei bank of Victoria, Ibetween teantms representings the abilev clitlbs J. Viondirt captmined the Tradesmen and L. Dosghs the Trageowel. The latter won the tass aud sent their oli ponents to the wickets. -The Traolesmne were soon disposed of, thronugh the Io structive bowlini of M'iCarthy°-annt- Trq gear, ttie total only reaching 33, of which d'Gitfen urnulo 'llh antl i. Stewart 7. Tho Tragowel tlihr took possession of tile wickets an I wven thie last wicket fell had rIIOcheid ia total of 12. MU'Carthy, iby good cricket. hlies-tt the list with 4S, Tregear comling-next with 15. MGiffetOn took seven wickets for 23 runs, Foyster tvo for soev-en, mnl .1. Stewart one for 54. The Tradesmen then went in for their second innings, requiring to mike 590 to avert a one innings ulefe it, but this they were unable to do, the score only reaech ing: 26. -The Tragowel teams ttins woti tih...

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FRIDAY, 6TH DECEMBER 1889. (Before Messrs. W. J. W. Patchell, (chairman) and J. Cullen, Js.P.) ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 10 December 1889

Fain cv, Gri DiECMEtnici 1889. (Beforeo alessrs.W. J. \V. Patchell,, (chair man) and 1. dillen, Js, L'.)' ASSAULT. 1 Gillam r iGray. Souumons for assault under the Police Otfgnces Statute, and complaint under Justices Statute, claiming £30 damages. Mr. O'Brien for com plainant. Mr. hInghes.for defendant. T;he co'uplainaiiit stited that about mil= day on the S2tlh Noneuiber he called at the defendant's house with Thomas Towns coill.Asked the defendant, if liwe.ould pay lOs due "ay. Townsend to coLu plainant. lie said lio o would if coa' plainant paid 10s Gd which was ldue by complainant to defendant. Denied that he owed hint' that sunm, and defend ut told him to go out of the lhouse. Oi liis turning to leiVe,, defendant struckl hiri on the wrist'with a small saucepan, and the -blow has incapacitated hiti froit work. Cross-exanminedl by Mr. Hughes: Had been drinking before Icalled at defendant's house. 'Defendant's 'wife and children and Thotmas " townsend were present dsritig the alt...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 10 December 1889

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. MlLIOURIN WOIOL xSALES.' "iAt Messts.Ttnlgety and Co's.; Ltd. weekly. wool sale on Monday they offered 3,000 bialces to ithe usuanl lirge miuster of buiers, andtl the animation awlvised fromn the London omarket was folly retlictel in the biddiinis, tild 3200 were sold at excellent prices. The feature ,of the catanlogoe wasn tihe inclusion of severnl high-liclass w-estern district clitps;"Thliehi wvokld kIeen compeetition, prices for these wools ieing fully ettgil to the very host of the season. Two lots of greasy wa-ol realised 1ls per lb, so rral other, from 12d to I1id. There was verr strong competition for all grades of - erosbrelis. and Iprices were better tlinn last weekl. Wished and scoured wools fully naintistal 1previous - -almos. MIessrs. lalgety and Co., Ltd., 401 to 471 tourlke Street, lellonrne, report. IDer. 4th -Slheepsrins-Btcherst i ''groeen skins, Os to 7s ld ; dis liamb skins, to 3s 3d; younig lalmbs to is; green pell; is to 2s tid; dry ski...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 10 December 1889

Trade .Addraesse. CRIlE WHOLESALE LOTIHING CO. : Z I. V~ oi t " j) rtd'R=` ftriet ý tt TWEEDS COATINGS TWEEDS COATiINGS TWEEDS COATINGS TWEEDS COATINGS. BLUE and FANCY SERGES. BLUE and FANCY SERGES. BLUE and FANCY SERGES. Blue and Fancy Serges. AND ENORMOUS STOCK. OUR OWN IMPORTqiG. nl4. ý ,ý, ur THE Assortment of SPRING an . SUMMER GOODS is beyond doubt the best ever seen in the olonies. As usual we have a large staff of the Best Cutters Workmen . IN VICTORIA. TW CotwEEOTIOUSERS TWEEDS : COATING)S: (to order), 12e 6d. ALL TWEED SUITS (to order), 46a. TWEEDS COATINVGS. BLUWRITE FOR SAMPLERGES. Oar Travdller Visits the District every BLUE and FANCY SERGES. Twe Mont'se. J. T. MIDDLETON, BLUE and FANCY SERGES. General MFancy Serger. AND ENORMOUS STOCK.. OUR TAIORING. G. P. DOYLE, TAILOR AND HAof SBITMAKER, an SUMMERE GOODS is beyondl doubt the beespver seen iny to notify the publics. of Kemung and District that h4e has commenced business arge s Tailor and b of it Maker at Wcllington St...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 10 December 1889

DOARD AND RE"SIDENCOEfor irespec . tble yourifn 'men. Aplply I. C. -C'i'isiiasl ltn =xno"Cottlitco SCOrsbl' Street heran. TIeris mnoderate. t , l1 TIfifl ýrstI'FOOlI) {'i; iEpOZEN STOIIAGI CO., Limited. Headl otlice -28 Iloliurk-street, Mellibiire. Capitall :Cl0110,0. in 150,000 slhares of 1 ecach. The share list is still open to receive applications for shares fromn farmcrs. Battcr, eggs; chlecs, hams,. acon, poultry, etc., sold by public auction every Wednesday and Friday. A large stolckof lch;ff cheese, eggs, bacon, m-illk cronm, bhutter, etc., always oiihand for private sile. Farms and farmers' pioperties and stockk sold by auction or priviately. Loans gotiatred:i; Insurances effected. Thlis componyS willl tranisact uty' busiiness that a farmer reqiuires. A large stock of buckets, -eans,-Lawrence-eoolers, ncasks of every--sized, new nald secondgihanil; fruiit cases, egg boxes, crates, butter nnd-cheese. cloth, and other llairy restuisites always -on lhiinds',Orders Ciirict'tally...

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KERANG LICENSING COURT. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 3RD. Before Messrs. Bartrop (chairman), O'Meara and Patterson, Licensing Magistrates. RENEWALS GRANTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 10 December 1889

KERANG LICENSING COURT. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 3rd. Before Messrs. Bartrop (chairman), O'Meara and Patterson, Liccnsing Magistrates.   RENEWALS GRANTED. Victuallers' Licenses. - Martha Gregory, Gilbert Club Hotel, Kerang, valuation £185; W. Yeo, Exchange Hotel, £180; J. J.   Cadusch, Commercial Hotel, £185. Mr. Tatchell for applicants. John Cullen, Junr., Kerang Hotel, £195; P. O'Donnell, Royal hotel, £175; Emily Horne, Junction Hotel, Koondrook, £47. Mr. Hughes for applicant. F. M'Kenzie, Royal Hotel, £100; W. Taylor, Bendigo Hotel, £45. Mr. Tatchell for ap- plicant. Geo. Welch, Railway Hotel, Ma- corna, £17; W. Thomas, Cohuna Hotel, Co- huna, £40. Mr. Tatchell for applicant. W. H. Safe, Gannawarra hotel, Gannawarra, £45. Mr. Tatchell for applicant. John Scantleton, Lake Charm Hotel, Lake Charm, £56; J. H. Bell, Mystic Park Hotel, Box Creek, £40. Mr. Tatchell for applicant. M. Treacy, Gunbower Hotel, Gunbower, £45. Mr. Hughes for applicant. Colonial Wine Licens...

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GORDON SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 13 December 1889

GORDON SHIRE COUNCIL. The ordinary meeting of the above council was held on Wednesday, 4th inst., at Dnrham Ox, when there were present- Cr. Kelly (president) in the chair, and Ci1s. Andrews, Bear, Malone, Kemp, Pickles,. Barnes and Nixon. The minutes of the previous meeting c were read and confirmned. CORRESPOxDEoNCt;. 1 From Public Works Department, noti fying that a sum of .500 had been voted to the shire, to assist in executing repairs to flood damages. Cr. Andrews moved i that the amount be apportioned equally I over the three ridings of the shire.' :Se conded by Cr. Bear and carried. Cr. Andrews further moved that a vote of thanks be accorded to Ir. J. I. l'Coll, M.L.A., for to that gentleman alone 'was I due the granting of the money to the, council. The president endorsed' Cri : Andrews' remarks, and the motion was I carried unanimously. From same, intimating that as the council's claim for £314 4s Id, amount i voted as subsidy towards the construction t of five bridges, had...

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DRAINAGE OF KERANG. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 13 December 1889

DRAINAGE OF KERANG. A special meeting of the shire council was held at the Shire Hall yesterd iy, when there were present, Crs. Patehell, Yeo, Cullen, Hastings, Dunsntan and O'Donnell. In the absence of the presi dent, Cr. Patchell was voted to the chair. Cr. Cullen moved, and Cr. Yeo secon ded, that the resolutions agreed to at the special meeting of the council held bo the 12th nit., with regard to the borrowing of. '3000 for the irainare of Kerang, aid £1000 for Swan Hill, be confirmed. Carried unanimously. Moved by Cr. Hastings, seconded by' Cr. O'Donnell, that tlihe debentures be offered for sale at the Shire Hall, Kerangf on Tuesday, 14th January,1890. Carried. 1Moi-ed by Cr. Dunstan, seconded by Cr. Hastings, that the president and Cro. Callen, Yeo,: O'Donnell and Pateliell be a committee to carry out the details of the said loan, and determine the minimum price at which the logp 'is to be floated, three to form a quorum. Carried. " Themeeting then closed.

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[TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERANG TIMES.] [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 13 December 1889

[To THE EDITOR OF TIHE KEIA?G TIMES.] SI~,--Your contemporary, who is al\\ays on the lookout for mares' nests, has some ravings in his last issue anent a private telegram that caume to a medical man in the town. Permit me, through your colhnns, to ask by what license of imper linence ihi dares to drag into his Ipapor strictures upon a private telegram sent to a doctor, and never intended for publica tion. Hlad hmblicity been wanted, the llessage woull, doubtless, have. been sent to the old lady of S oresby-street. If your contemporary wishes to injure the doctor, who is sai, to have ?harle public what was a priv.le and professiona:l comnluica tion, it would hare been more manly to have criticised the d)octor, and not have dragged in a third party. Finally, the telegram was not worded as given by yonr contemporary.-Yours, etc., THE SENDER.

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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 13 December 1889

CORRESPONDENCE. J[?,eiuulcatiln. ttultd le for insertion in thi column ,htouli be tltr1oei to the Editor. Tbh name and tdlrcss of the writer mst be badded, no; uecsetrily flr lublcatilollut Iuns a g?rnlttee of good flittl. W?il we r?c nt natll tilnme gla to me eeiva :lll plublish correspondtenee. allowing anf tlnoont ,c" Ictitlde eolcilotetr with the rules oi jlrcnottlo. llwe do iot, holl ourselves resllonsble ',r :Liy opilliolC expressed.]

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 13 December 1889

Legal. CO4NNELLY AND TATCHIELL, SOLICITORS, ELDON CHAMBERS, WELLINGTON ST., KERANG. and at Sandhurst and Melbourne. TRUST MONEYS TO LEND, sums of £100 and upwards,'on Freehohl or Crown-Lcasehold Securities. £10,000 TO LEND, In one sum, on Freehold Security. BROWN, ELLISON & CO. (Members :-T. S. IounDAY ; C. FRED. KEx .EDY ; MYLES O'BRIEx.) SOLICITORS, CONVEYANCERS, PROC TORS & ATTORNEYS. WELLINGTON STREET, KERANG MYLES O'BRIEN, Commissioner for Atli davits. £4-7,000 TO LEND, in various sums, On Freehold and Leasehold Securities. LOWEST INTEREST. THE Office is under the personal manage me. nt of MYLES O'BRIEN,' above nsamed. Private address-CULLEN'SJ HOTEL. 0527 Trado .adrdTosses. C..KEMPSON: C.E. CIVIL ENGINEER, ARCHITECT AND LICENSED SURVEYOR, Scoreshy. STREET, KERANO. Estimatls, Plans, eta, prepared. THE Progress of Carriage Building by SCHOLTEN and MARSH. of Sand hurst.has been extraordinary during the past five years. We started with four men, and now we employ c...

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MARQUIS HILL IRRIGATION AND WATER SUPPLY TRUST. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 13 December 1889

MARQUIS HILL IRRIGATION AND WATER SUPPLY TRUST. The ordinary -.meeting of the above trust was heold at the oflice, IKerang, on Mlonday last, when there were present Cmrs. Hawthorne (chairman), Hannah and Davey. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. S CORRESPONDENCE From Wsater Supply department, stating that the officers of the department would attend at the Shire Hall, Kerang, on the 13th inst., for the purpose of taking ac counts and allocating liabilities between the Shire of Swanu Hill Waterworks Trust and the Vandella,Marquis Hill,Pine Hills, .Kerang.East andLake Charm Irrigation and Vater Supply Trusts. Received. From same, requesting that agreement between the trust' and enineer be for warded.: Received. GENERAL BUSINESS. It was resolved that the chairman, Cmr. Davey and the engineer attend at the Shire Hall on the 13th inst., relative to allocating wvorks. That the secretary telegraph to the Water Supply department, askine for list of works to be dealt...

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STATE SCHOOLS' PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 13 December 1889

STATE SCHOOLS' PICNIC. Tihe State Schools' annual picnic took place at Koondrook on Tuesday last, tile result proving beyond a doubt that the memlbers of the Board of Advice, who on these occasions perform the duties of a committee of management, were wise in selecting a new rendezvous. Arrange Sments had been rmade with tlhe Tramway scou.uittee to carry the children free, a specially reduced rates for adults being 1 likewise announced. Theboard also applied, o through the council, for the day to be proclaimed ia public holiday witlhi the r. shire. but the Chief Secretary replied that l. ie did not consider the celebration an s event of sullicient importance to justify I, this, but the shire council enter n tained a different opinion, and decided, at d their meeting held last week, when Mr. he Deakin's communication came before them, to request Mr. M'Coll, M.P., to rmove in the matter, with the result that e a special meeting of the Executive Coun .1 cil was held at Government House...

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[TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERANG TIMES.] [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 13 December 1889

ITO T II?EDITOR OF TIIE KEILANG TIMES.J Sim,--In view of the approach of the Keratng annual race meeting, and pre, liminary arrangentents being made by the stewards, I would like to throw out a few suggestions which I think would meet with the approval of the general public, and, if acted upon, prove an addi tional source of revenue to the club. It was suggested by Mr. I'atchell, the presi dent of the club, about four years ago, that they should have a two days' race meeting, but the majority of the stewards thought otherwise, or that two single day meetings be tried. The latter idea was adopted not long ego, and proved, although not exactly a failure, a loss to the club. There are several arguments in ftvor of a two days' meeting. The single day is a recognised holiday throug.hout the district. A large assenm blnge of people come in from all parts, as also a large nnmber of visitors from Sand hurst and other places down the line, and its the tramnway is open and the train also runn...

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PANNOOBAMAWM. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 13 December 1889

PANNOOBAMA WM. (FROI OUR Ov O CORRESPOSDENT.) Su?uner is once more upon ns, and with it has come the harvest. The heavy rains which fell about two weeks ago did a deal of damage to the standing crops, by throwing them down and twisting them in all directions- This, combined with the appearance of rust in many of tile paddocks, has caused nearly three times the usual quantity of hay to be made this season. Most of the hay is now in the stacks, and cutting for wheat is the order of the day. Labor is very scarce, andl good harvesters are ask ing 10s per day. The bulk of the wheat crops will, this year, be put through the threshing macline, and only a very small portion will be stripped. ]iinding by hand is a thing of the past in this district, as almost every filrmer now has his reaper and binder. An interesting wedding took place in the district a few weeks past. The con tracting parties were Mr. W. Rigby and bMiss Sarah Yeamnan, both of whom are old residents. The bride is well-known...

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COHUNA IRRIGATION & WATER SUPPLY TRUST. GANNAWARRA, 7TH DECEMBER [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 13 December 1889

COHUNA IRRIGATION & WATER SUPPLY TRUST. , GANNAWAnnRA, 'TI[ DCF.CMBER (nv OUn OWN REPORTER.). Present--Crs. Kirwan (chairman), Harrison, F. 1estblade, Safe, Patterson, Lennon and L. F. Westblado. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDFNCE. From Messrs. Vm Tihomas, A. Bowles, and Geo. Christie, calling attention to the necessity of erecting a bridge over the channel opposite the Cohuna HEotel. Re feorred to engineer for report. From Pine Hills trust, intimating their intention of emnbanking tihe Pyramid Creek. with a view of protecting their area from flood waters, asking if there was any objection to the proposal. Received, no objection. Fron WiVn. and Jas. Hedley, offering to allow easements to be taken over their land required by the trust. Received. From Department of Agriculture, stat in that dMr. D. Crichton had been ap t pointed to the department as an expert in fruit cultivation and special agricultural i industries, and that his servi...

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[TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERANG TIMES.] [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 13 December 1889

(TO0 T. EnrIon OF TriE lRAnaO TrI.E.] Sn,-?Will you allow me, through the colnnus of your widespread paper, to call the attention of the ratepayers to an aet of injustice being perpetrated by the coun cillors. I refer to the contract recently let for the purpose ot diverting the water from Mr. Thompson's Dry Lake. This lIke, we all know, is a natural water course, but because the water inconveni ences Mr. Thompson, it is to be diverted. Where ? Over the roads and other people's paddlocks until it finds another getaway in the Nine Mile creek, and where it will in flood time considerably augment the waters of the already swollen creek, along whose banks last season many were almost flooded out, and who suffered heavy damages. What is the " open sesame " that MIr. Thompson possesses to the couneillors' hearts. If my memory serves me rightly, it is only a few years ago that that samegentleman induced the councillors to bridge over his irrigation channels. I know there were many quite as...

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CONFERENCE OF TRUSTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kerang Times — 13 December 1889

CONFERENCE OF TRUSTS, c A conferenice of irrigation trusts inte- b rested in the banking of the creeks and ° rivers within thie Shire of Swan Hill was held at the Shire Hall yesterday. The , following trusts were represented :-Pine c Hills Irrigation Trust, Omr. Cadnsch and ti lMr. T. Mfeharry :secretary); Cohlna, D Cmrs. Kirwan (chairman) and F. West- o blade; Kerang East, Clr. Holloway (chairman) and Mr. J. G. Starr (engi- a neer); Marquis Hill, COirs. Hawthorne C (chairman), Davey and Mr. IHodgson b (engineer) ; Swan Hill Irrigation Trust, COmr. Hastings ; Swan Iill Shire Water j' Trust, Cmrs. Cullen and Patchell. Csir. Cnllen was voted to the chair, and s explained the object of the conference. 0 He considered it was far better for the whole of the trusts to take united action, u as they would then have more weight In with the Government if they required a assistance. i The trinates of the last conference were o read and confirmed. C Letters weore read from several of the b outl...

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