ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 30,949 items from Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
30,949 results
FRIGHTFUL POWDER EXPLOSION. GEELONG, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 14 September 1877

ý1RIGHTFUL POWDER EX PLOSION. GEELOG, Tuesday. A. terrible explosion of powder too place today at the lime kilns here, the i fortunate victim being a mannamed Jam Grove. lie has been lately employed the lime kilns, and this morning he w: rr small keg of powder to the kil lhed his destination, he p Sdne ground, but n on en of friction so ga tte explosio dte andat thegrtes~YsPe "so n re t"-" r S a sSOtbi, _ turpr ise w a ttbt a v r shou nl t thb jnrcas ald n eas vas t va l so b sei"ls- . ý a npratv 'here it a 00j1 snared 5 a nec waeitas f l as ca Iau' ethe euff e lI

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A MAMMOTH FARM. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 14 September 1877

A correspondent of the Troy Times travelling in Dakota, writes from Fargo, a town, he says, now only eight years old, containing 6Q000 inhabitants,describing tlhe cultivated farm of William Dalrymple, containing an undivided estate of 50,000 acres, extending twelve miles along the fertile bottom lands of a most beautiful rver, and then back into the interior S en miles more, the whole covering an I 20,over thirty square miles. Of this Swhich "es were last year sown in wheat, e ward for d~ed 250,000 bushels as a re ii of this Re lsbandmank'tnilT.hehl . e and adapted i farm is peculiarly rich, ;r cereal cultivated. ,lroduction of just the t alluvial deposit of 'per serface is an h large' quantities the p containing in cates needed in the dates and sili r the berry and the stalmaon of Of course it would be impossib\ wheat. t such a farm from . headquarters°perate y land is appointed into sub-divisions of the Sacres- each, every one of which -is presinde [I over by a superintendent, who...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE BUSHRANGERS CAPTURED. BALRANALD, Thursday week. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 14 September 1877

THE BUSHRANGERS CAPI'URED. BALn samALD, Thursday week. The capture of the Hatfield bushrangers was effected by two iloulamein constables, who were on duty at Balranald when infor mation was received on Sunday morning. Frat-class Constable Beresford, Constable Power, audSpecial-constablelDaystarted out on Sunday morning, and overtook thebush rangers, after riding 180 miles from 9 a.m, on Sunday till 7 p m., on Monday. The constables procured a black tracker from Clare, and ran their tracks to Kilfera Sta tion. Mr Casey, J.P., manager of Kilfera Station, supplied the best horses on the station, and started with the police to the four-mile dam, where they camo" on the gaug, camped and preparing their sup per near two small trees on the edge of a lignnm scrub. The bushrangers ordered the police to bail up; the troopers answered by colling on them to surrender in the Queea's name. The gang fired twice at the police without effect. The police promptly returned the fire. Constable Power's ...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DURHAM OX [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 14 September 1877

S DURI-I M OX " FIlac o0m O OWNv connLP]~r.. "T. Iurlnm Oz was at o.e-i, -proverbial among ýushmen for itsff attle';i good horss, 'choice spirits, irliskoy tddy, and forty-fives. Unt the'g!sficent herd of long ago, has given ete to e rhore'docile' cross tred. ,hLeyAtu.? are fost e.?eat-' n g b e fo r e t h e 's p iS t i e o , ,a, .. . . . lg civilization foryed .,backto pastures, where selectio/is ullmnown. The once cele brated P1I. i6rse8/are now old and screwy. scattered ,.se tl choice and.perhaps reck less spirits of enyears. ago many gone to their long , Euchre'has superseded" the once u'iversal game of.. forty five,s while the whiskey alone remains as acon leet nk link with- the past, though it.is d eby many, that even this excellent: ý X t is not to. bo ehad asi oodtas in' t ih dlays. Time C- and indiiidual oiier r ce with srprising.energy, anda la ' ; to day,vif tneniPes 55wan0 e r4ey he becomes bewildered a in a. S"e;, with fences, lanes, anid c roads, iserous homesteads, to...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
[?]CERT. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 14 September 1877

RT. id of the Ke ilding fund was Friday,the 2 st. i' 1 ed success that It o er! held'for the 4j. - the one' under .adays nc .ward to with no little took 'icis therefore sold freely; i y those v.ho had undertaken their, e found no ditlicnly in disposing of themi-" iafact long before the time for opening, Were was quite?a nm upon--them: 'The success of the concert in a financial point of view, was therefore, guaranteed -an important matter in the opinion of the committee of management. Through out tle day there were indications of a heavy fall of rain, and it was feared by many tlit that would interfere with people coming from a distance. In the evening the rain fell heavily, and the wind became cold and bleak; in fine, from a p6leasurable point of view, one of the most disagreeable nights we have experienced for some time. It spoke volumes, therefore, for the appre ciation in which the series of concerts is held, for anyone to leave a comfortable fireside on such a night. As we have ...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 14 September 1877

thI following is the time for the a r'to S3, despatch of mails at Kerang : or MIr Melho ILS i ASRIVE FROr Mr ;Win. M -elourne "1 . ;e nd 400 Sandhurst . ed Inglewood At 9 .m. and Co. report: Duarham OxJ . from 5s to 10s per urAILOS ARRIVE Frk's rltes. Stores suf Echuca } At r sales were 21;( head, Cohuna P " * whPich are-bullocks MAIL tIOs. Fat O.dlvec. o"0 rill - . irh'ea--li v, from Sran Hill ee V-,, quot oasto Ss, cr reds :;- 1 - ,e'a' erinowcth n t ihrliam O1.8'14ýA/ `4 Iles to top quotati,. 1 -gelewood 'ers L-t -orward tor the wee. Sandi, i-G y rold from G6 to 83, others lower. Wef all' drafts to 7s Gd. H Macpherson and Co. report:-Fat S sales are 200 head, bullocks to S- s to £6 10s, and outside 150 head 'es. Fat Calve.-Our sales are 24 5ls. Fat Sheep.-lMerino wethers s to 9s, crossbreds 12e, ewes (is lid S :les are 450, ewes (is, wethers Us, a 1000, ces 1Is 2d, lambs S&. ershank, Eaglestone, and Co. re P -atle.-Our sales .1 I head, l 7, clws to.'(it L ves. dell , for ...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 14 September 1877

'NCORPORAi or COUN A BAc-w c \ K is opened for tb action of gene- r ine By order or, Bank of IV" ond" * -p'. lion oft the ma11i¢.4 dq et Pat HE B/ *13-r1oL - BRANC . )DAE, J An t minesa. " ' t hýý-Idence K. Interesot alloi . Drafts i7su -"THE PORSTER, 2gr. unstraliai and. 0 European Bank, Terrick Terrick, 6th uAgut, 1877. ilr5lqo aquo o ý6 ~a7 ilInpu2dq o q Iuu uoz e. pied eq , tim * f** ..; *: h^ ^w .1i-:' :^__" A^ .. *P,--i^P .

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
[?]IYANMI. Sept 25th, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 14 September 1877

IC\ Sep t e canloth b ?"e is too I Iic te ans e ecae TI i. lie , . dr crop irn.i til I ,nelt a f es ate o is aUiutif ilree ai c ~'"u~? a from d. Ylrie, yielded

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BOORT. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 14 September 1877

- ' lcbarmniiUj :. *: ....BOO •r.. hr s WEr LODDON-RAILW EAlUr0 ton A meetingof the ab6Ve 'lea ue wa y ot a, SRumble'shotelfon tti St" int,.Xp-g hairman T Wescott, Esq., 3.1 he smallnessof tbe attendance, and * e could not account for it, as 'all ti ieigh?ourhood and,. for, miles .ro?ald ua h benefited if tiy ere p cei in obtaining that for ichl.the striving aidforhicli ileague a ry into exiatence. Butto ga ou ira," t b i ou. hose. lr : he recollect that Iat a former me ndered, gates were appointed to confer vhich it sidents in the outlying distil rounds Bryant nd'Traylori, two o th Ird the then gave a report of their a lr statea that the action of Boort b' tq • ' - ° 5;3 ýCA a Messraa ject of opKng p nl - ums iad ni, ,the tindi hours casion, tbhi M tI jo the proj Aly, a . to the P It w for t61 fij3"lo, I) took plac lcholo. K attenum. - jop H eed has beei terei, 11Jail. tioi BUill evidene I -' for and flai4t. the ipropi5 e en WarretOhuland Gordo'ij \ betwj ence to tiilvav front r :W...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"NIL DE MORTUIS NISI BONUM." (TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERANG TIMES.) [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 14 September 1877

"NIL DE MORTUIS NISI BONU-1.1 (To THE EDiron oF TU. K A-xO(; Tnrs.) SSm,7,Your correspondent referring to the untimely4decease of the late' -r Ir win 11 rveyor,cannot beacquainted lithlthe.abov? time honored masBim, or knowingi it he does not appreat it. In his intense zeal ".to point his jwral and ad.orn.. ,-o a t , or ,i tale,' a'dIthus x-atirely exhibit his alsniration of temperance, lie iwvittigly, no doubt, mildest terms, inahis short r?r . name was not George ; he did not die in his Land Board, harin, no busiess there ; he was throutho the kindness of his friends quite fittel to" undertakeo:a journeywhen he left here. Sad t say our corrpon dent 'Wals correct in one Particular; and that:dnly, beinj his solitary wakness apityT that in pity it as t ovenla &-- , t i Wothen I rhdtkie ill-advised report, Icould not help thiuoi . of the .Yankee echa it. ctjr 1who h .1~ut his brather rosnid foi* 4!hibitioi as ass oc]hel o,ýiýjmpjý,6f in nlIes, d by inch outrages on common defe...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A W[?] DESERVED SEN[?] [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 14 September 1877

ls less iudhop ed the chapter id the poead,,n 0 edr ill never hýrrt, with cloed e- has the au again* J beyond- hure of a ma, f Throulla reseban rs ' o rnetality a le i to twelve, u , varyi ir disgustiUg treen it a very considerS time to. s a systematic" ca of s Y posure as to lead to the c ° that heis insane..', lar - girls attend, publj, rlar e seem, has been fr , t Shis filty presence:, naI possible contamnati flhis ed tilth, written tsl the merest tyro i No less than ten youta, F respectable girls, the thirteen, had to g; theCity Court of hi ride eridece. of siir ?ar Iowever, MIr Call was satis two gross cases to convicttil, inflicted the exemnplary pi"t. *i~ llitld years' ilprisonmaent with hi. IOii ro whip'pings of twenty_ I thabt lr'hite, the head ast eShools," who . as a witn ' dh. cases said ilhe ci " oh. Iiffenies had -, - the obligatidon It rarilyofthe chj Ulotchison ai jtade they h offender.--2s subject of ~, Ic p ortion of afew 'e de hal e repoTiears re aspect "'ý i· cau...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BOILER EXPLOSION AT GEELONG. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 14 September 1877

i BOILrEr EX'LOION ATl' GEiLONG. - Shortly before three o'cldek, on ame h 27th il.,: (writes our Geolong correspon o dent),, a large boiler at Meters fliunble and e Nicholson's Vulcan foundry,-in Little 3Ialop - street, exploded with a' terrifIc report, that s shook the buildings in the neighbourhood. and was heard ten miles distant. It appears that the. boiler belonged to the Govern sment, and was being tested up to the standard for use as a gas holder, in eon Inction with lighting, the railway car rages with gas. Mr Merle, the engineer in-chief was in the yard, and the air-pump was set to work about half-past two. When the pressure reached 103lbs. to the square inch, the boiler burst, and was rent to pieces* as if: it had been a sheet of paper. ror tions were carried a considerable distance, and the lman-hole door, weighing 581b., ; was skied into thii air like a cricket ball, and lodged in Yarra street, 150 yards t away. ' Strange°to say; not:a single per- ' son was injured, thou...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Kerang Times AND SWAN HILL GAZETTE. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. KERANG, SEPTEMBER 14, 1877. SELECTORS LOANS AND MORTGAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 14 September 1877

KER L?G, SEPTEMBER 14, 18s7. SELECTORSILO^&SATDMORT ' GAGES.' ' ,i*.......... A great-deal of misapprehensioi has for some time existed as: to the operation and effects of the action taken"f 3y ifr"ongmore in refer ence to the borrowing privileges of selectors upon the security of mort gages on their holdings. This mis apprehension is d ue exclusively to the gross misrepresentations of the course pursued by the Minister by the Conservative section of the Press, in its efforts to damage the - Minister, by making political capital out of the action he has taken.r - He has been repeatedly called to task. about it in the House, and on each occasion, in answer to questions, he has invariably and conclu.ivelyv.-e, I-ren-tn-- sianlers on which those questions have been based. On Wed nesday week last, Mr. Sharpe returned to the charge, asking the Minister if She.was" "aware" of the "fact" that I the banks now refuse to advance money-to selectors on their leases; andwcthetrhe would t...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FA[?]TICISM IN INDIA. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 14 September 1877

S tSM. IN INDIA. Cm.utai urton, assistant igent,;Ra-j Ipoo is report for 1877-78, gives so nu go instaces of religions fanati cisn i'the people of that district of I?i . ~e describes an extraordinary il, I which eleven persons lost their .tt the village'of Kiahuasur, thirty from Bikaneer. A Jt named Maya had in his house a stono -idol, which and' his. family were accustomed to t1fura'p once a month. Four days before _ie tragedy took place, Mayaram com menced performing .certain religious ceremouies.. He danced frantically in front of the idol, and forbade people to visit him. After this, without any appa rent reason,he wounded his son-in-law with a sword; severely beat his sister, because she refused to set fire to the house; and Inext seized her husband, threatening to kill him if he did not immediately adopt his/ Mayaram's, religion. With the assistance of a few women, some of whom 4ere wounded in the scuflle, Shera manag(d to escape. A neighbor was next wounded, as was also his s...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RECEPTION OF THE NEW GOVERNOR. QUEENSCLIFF, 27th February. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 14 September 1877

RECEPTION OF THE NEW GOVERNOR.. -o QUCEENSCLFF, 27th February. After dining on board the Victoria last git at the mess dinner, at which ,p4tain deville presided, the Ministry, the smmandant and the other guests went ore and put up at Admans' Hotel. rly this morning all were astir, and .as it wras anticipated that his Excellency would arrive at the Heads about noon, a start 'was made for the Victoria at about ten o'clock. Prior to going on board the for tilications were inspected, and the general stability of the works was much admired. It was not until shortly before four o'clock that the Ringarooma was sighted passing through the Heads, and the barge of the Victoria was des patched to meet her, Captain Bull, Lieut. Stalker and Lieut. Laporterelle, the Mar quis of Normanby's aide-de-cam1, being on board. The Ringarooma at once lay to, and after the Marquis of Normanby had been officially informed that the Ministry awaited him upon the s.. Victoria, he en tered the barge, accompanied...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
OUR RAL[?] (TO THE EDITOR OF T [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 14 September 1877

OUR d: (To TInE EDrr IF Sir,-I usied be that the duties a er licy founded" o nfu at and that wheb u d ij ffrom public cta for c correctness, ohi lace confildence car ) r en- ] the said Miniah e no-) to otliers whl p carcely doId. od .o o' on the tions, but th a Minis seems to me d a'mos old palazo i railway ter of hlailw wit the elaborate, w tie opposi ;construction. e investiga Oakleigh 1i al and other tion, which h leads one :tion, exmi ho brings up I witnesses, knows nothing - th_ ad _ insruc .or-any oth ded itbe swa?o oi s withl tof his dv ,Jlast Minist The line to Sh?t - pears' to me be handled in a what Ssimilar .manr, It, is to i year a the Gouibut t ut whether "the east or.; we will depend in aat measure o.line amount of instA n | the hlon. mlersb of ioth Houses a Sceive before ie co'e,to any conch? I One thing uifavour of the public wea"i. that the judient of the Houses wile t entirely unlnpered by any argnumea c pressed on ;inm, by the Minister of nIs 11 ways, front .his; ...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 14 September 1877

SPECIAL ADVERTISEENTS. HE BANK OF VICTORIA. IJ\ BCORPOEATED arAOT or COUFO-L BRANOH of this BASK is.nor " * Sopnied at Swan Hill, for. the t " action of general banking business. B y order of the board, - - ead il?ico, elboe. n o SHEfAION TIB' BA-K O S3bourne, 7th ATJ n A BRAOHof t Oeneking business, under S- A t-- a erNoaH or isl n , of gorfr ohn Ol. of r sines i... .d t man ard of Dire r tb Interes allowed tia eu order F. G. SMITH, BDrafts k ied or t______Chieff anoger S ank of V f, -t. h B N'hAgtf-, 1877. eran, : O:F .I . eTORIA. 33- R Melboune, _ tE thTSe _ opn at Sa?-.wed foar i ,,tforste n,-c ot on A enrl Bankig BusDines OpsnFi a bsi.s, -nder L Tt E o n 3 .unnger . 21s ,mber, 1875. Terrick Torrie, ithAt 18 .USTRALIAN S ", ET* PEAN BANK rOSTA.L A?? GEMET? ; CTO)IA. The following is the ti for the arrial ' ANK has opened despatch of mails at Kerang,: "e rric (wisth an Melou rn ,s Anonn A e r gwi -)" for th.. trans.. - nngeon depo it01.m., nn. Durham O ",I- A, ust- 1877. i At~ .4...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 14 September 1877

The folloiing is a condensed report o o the speecheso the learned consel nge sd, and the decision as delivered sel by the board on 5diay last. ilia: Dr. Madden addressed the board go, for the defence. , He said there were a? cot ifoinber of minor -events connected pc( rube o. . r .' utl- salient points wit with the inquiry, ut te d te e were that the Crown admitted the re- no Squwereme of tht e act had been col"- sly Splied with. There was n: dsticth ., issue placed before the bard, týthe aound being left wide open to the? ground bel faras hecould read the Svery las s frbidden that any K, one could act ' an agcrt for any per son else. 1n that provision of law lay the whole q?ustion at- issue, with the a the wholeo Field and Gar-and's cases. 1i The Crown said' the selectors were t he for r. Fisher dirctly, or f r ? Mr. Fishr throul rt Cormaclk. The real question now seemed to be It whetr e it was legal for a selector to 1 lorro moneyf-on another man. o ...;rh the business.I borrow mo...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 14 September 1877

The follow1ing is a condensed report o of the speeches of the learned co.insel c engaged, and the decision as delivered ' by the board on Friday last. sI Dr. Madden addressed the board g Sfor the defence. He said there were a c 'liinber of minor events connected p with'the inquiry, but tl-e salient points j13 were that the Crown admitted the re- n ,iii quirements of the act had been cow-- S kes O plied with. .There was no: distinct. - issue placed before the board, - the atlground being left wide open to the, Svery last. As far as he.could read the s SLind Act, it was f.rbidden that any e one could act as'an agent for any per- s son else. In that provision of law lay 0 the whole questin at issue, with the a -exception of Field and Gar:and's cases. I The Crown said the selectors were t Sagents for Mr. .isher directly, or f)r r SMr. Fisher through Mr. Cormack. The t' real question now seemed to be tl whether it was legal for a selector to borrow money fron another man. To p connect .M...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TESTIMONIAL TO THE KERANG POSTMASTER. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 14 September 1877

TESTIMONIAL, TO THE KEi POSTMASTERt. Mr A. Ellis, previous to his co among us, to ke charge of the I Plost-oflice, was a 'considerable ti. tioned at Sale, in Gippland. Dur stay there le o waa an active memlber Temple Star Lodge, No. 47, In Order of Good Templars. So high rn held.in the estimation of the menbr lhe rose rapidly to the greatest honor tr c lodge could. confer on him-that of be thyei repreoentatie at the Grand Lod Sessions. Sinice his departure from s?l the respect in which he was held, hl tI a a more practical.form. On Tuesday la he received a handsome gold locket, lba fullj wrought. On the case on one de a compass in a recess ; on the other the shield for monogam. The locke as ac companied by the following : w a " MIr. A. Ellis-Dear sir and brother I have th pleasure of forwardin to eyo on behalf of the Temlle Star Lod?e, I.O.G.T., Sale, a memento of the Ileasant moments you ha?e caisod them to enjoy i connection with the recreation of the lodge aid also as a proof tha...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
x
Loading...
x
x