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(FROM THE ARGUS CORRESPONDENT.) London, May 28. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 31 May 1878

(Fnos O TEi ARGUS; CORRESPONDENT.) C I · - K\.Lond6n, My 28. ilEarl Russell, the veteran statesman, died to-day at the advanced age of 86. The -Quensland .four. rper cent. Lx,20Q0ooo oan has eiien i great suc cess; nearly J25,oo,0oo o having been subscribed, The number of. tenders lodged was 2 3, and ,the average price tendered as 9, vhich is about the Cpnsol aye now quoted at 97g. "The' Priyy Coiiricl"'has upiheld the decision of the Supreme Court of South Australia in jlhecase Levi v Ayers.

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 31 May 1878

PROFESSIONAL. 3$ H. WRIX O N, SOLICITOR, &c., OF THE (PREI! COURTS OF VICTORIA AID URNEW SOUTH WALES (SoLcFCTon Rot THE. SwAN IIuLL SormC COUSCIL), and a c3)lISSIONER of theSUPREMIB COURTS SfVtoria utb Australin, &New Zeniand, O forTaking Ailidarr itS, c. OFFICE-PALL MALL, SANITIURST. Instrucetions can be left with Mr. C. E. Al brcht, Kerang. MRS A. SHELLEY, PUPIL OF MIR BUDDEE, EGES to announce that she gives instruction 1on the Pianoforte, at her residence, eo sna. Terms moderate. HOTELS. KERANG HOTEL. R0N CULLEN, PROPRIETOR. BST WBIES AND SPIRITS IN STOCK. Good Accommodation for Travellers. Civility and molerote ehorges. J.. V. TAVERNER, COMMERCIAL HOTEL, KERANG, BEGS to notify tlhat through the aInrge in crease in burines he is now making large additions to his premises, and will continue to enppy fisct class hotel accommodation. BRIDGE- II OTEL,. UPPER KERASNG. D. M'INTYRE, PROPRIETOR. First-class Accommodation. Good stlsbling. TheBest Brands of Wines andSpirits...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 31 May 1878

An astounding statemeut has been minade rospecti g the recent preva ince of typhoid fever at Kiinajonn Valley. Another death has occurred, bein, tint ofn strappinog yung ttan 'ln hal beennattnding the sulfreas. Three others are reported as, dying of a prstilenre whtich is iot yet roote~i out. In the else mi the mlan lsiOvon, it is s id that Lthe body was loft lying until it fell to pieces. Tihe other Inmates of the hIouse crawledcut and lay down lider some beelch trees i at adijoining orchard: Thm undstar shoe ovelled the rein iis of Uver teninto hen gronnd, ailnld-.:, he neat play ond buried ithan. Iuorderto rotalolsh iajc.uiiu to the (Glt rnment i 'istion, Ii g it a heiarse out and invi-ed all the friends ad relantions of the deceased to the fuunid. The result was a long cavalcade of m.n rers, who sorrowfully followed the hear-e to the place of interinent. tin arrivalat thegr.ive, however,theyv ilitde hLl dio eryf, to theirgracnt disgust, that they had been olwaing n empty hearse,...

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KERANG PETTY SESSIONS MONDAY MAY 20. (Before Messrs W. J. W. Patchell [?] T. Littleton, H. Taverner, and R. C. P[?] J's.P.) DEBT. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 31 May 1878

KERILANGvPETTpy SESIOy (BEf ire"3Tl"essil 'J. W1'atchebllle T. Littleton, 1. Taverner, and . C . ·- J 'loan - H Ilsley r L Gilmore, debt.- l was postponed frcm the preuioau day to allow Gilmore to produee evidence.1 ' On theacase'being called bn,t stated that the summonses osus witnesses 'had been returned ne owing to their not being found. In reply' to the bench, defeidaats' he was willinz for the cease to prase' the absenre of the witnesses. Plaintiff was aeain sworn, and rie claimed £14 11s 81 ehad recei 10 from defendant, but no more. Defendant denied the acrytd acciunt, and after several items hai cone into; the bench made an ertel £J 19 6d,.with s 61 .costs. Tim,: given to pay, viz, £4 19s 01 intal balance i fortnightily instatnints ofiL '' ,: UNLAWFUL ASSAULT. Robertf laytihow charged Jas Gln with unlawful assanlt. Plaintiftrled the 2nd of April hlie was outsidethera yard, when defendant came apantte if. that was the " fattening palai' Witness. replied hlie thought so, r defe...

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 31 May 1878

GO VERN I' ; y The follown55 from last week's G MBr J R Ullyet has bee ety Reistrar of birth at Wychitellae An additional opened at Tratofl) ice Applications under secs i approv~ed. A.- j· 47fSO rLxn store site, K~erang A Hdj garden site, Wharparilla A pplications under the Lgi granted.-J Davidso Mocorna; F. Bronail, 69 Terrick Terrick West; g a : 26 a or 5p, Terrick Terrick E Barrow, 32oa. Alincha; J ley, 992 3r rip, Gunbower; E 200a, Gunbower; S Castle ESp, Cehuna, Open forselecd-on after Fniday, 7th June, 5t sgyjm7 Applications for leases under approved.-T Doyle, 320aedr5 loo ; Gilbody, 5532 I3r u,, North, G Hampton, 256a Wm Lewis, 2.61 2r 33p; H. i9sa or 33p, Mysia H. 2kf 3202, Ninyeuinook; R. Math 259a Sr 20p, Ninyeunook. The following holding have revoked arid declared open for tion, on and after Friday 7th 9 a m.-Wmn Edgar, 3191 3 Budgeruni. West; F. Cruikshs& Mitiamo.

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CORRESPONDENCE. THE DURHAM OX BOARD OF ADVICE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERANG TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 31 May 1878

jmCUisn' ZnlONDENCE. TiiE pllt.l f oX B:OARD OF ADVICE. TocttE hDttO OF TJE KERAxN TIMSF. S :,-The cl t-icot anld uIiquit production t: tour csrwunneikt "Aj.tx"l hasn so much vi "he 'sir Inn hl about it, that I know not chuther the lluie aus or the offensive te the tot Itruntit icature. It taffords an illus untion of the triutlh of the old adage, "' ril a:nmunican:iti en rptt godl mannmers;' for sweek thad rnot elaped from the delivetnance tthe 1ight Itev. Dr 'lhontortn's detnuncitition d' *'wraters for provincial Ine jspape:a' d spgaitit thett ac-well, aty geuntlemo , with :: oter h1rrg1irdi of the uittih ctoumantdlu ut, ohen the wtrit ill Atjiax' is tiempted to toIt oat el itstioutts an eat 11e I ay youthful, boinaue tihe prnicution Lears on the lhae of it ithe nots it jRove'nity or itmbici ity, ani on Ihtene whole t evidnlce is strongly in favor of the ftoner .ulpwli.iniw. Tnoe slipshod Focolh s indicative ofI the uothitious effort of a youth who Ils acquired orlte little knowl.d...

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LOCAL INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 31 May 1878

LOAL iiDUtT i y* .al1 etictownsmaMr Geor'e Taverner, or l unple tohis neighbours in ig h is saddles of which in heconstant-. : sppt"_ ply are acquiring a world-wide 'i Ilehs no i hland an or ter (one " fora pge'l of saddles for New ;I7 I Th se saddlres called " stock ies Leag copnsruceted in a rith rout h reCats and pads. MIr in his early youth havingt had ri i e eic in stock riding lins a full F. ibn fte quisites of a at oek saddle, ;vine the :ll o a workman o< t + i rfection. Orders for snd Ltantly b.i0g received fomt dis ,fre counitry evenL as faras Qiueens ,:i1 Fwr d hitfill workmanshoip and .. ii, e ihout lhesitation sat that r s sad .- are unequolled anywhere f tie. li ti cu ni cmartlepe witha Tihis is no idle bo st rt cner ir rLeady to have the Tao tor 5h1t t at any timnte. r Taverier oin ::,"ts are hard at work early and Slyto try ond cult l te the orders 1 ,;l u; r(. relltl :00O hi Igy hiarnes 1~i 4 ,, hi i the nlr y picture of 'OIt C and elece cum ined. alii 0he...

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EARL RUSSELL. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 31 May 1878

EARL RUSSELL.-This veteran states miianha at lassucicuiimbed toold age, he having expired on the 28th in t., at .the;advanced age.of:86 . . . REAPINo MACHINE.-We notice that one of MIr J. Nicholson's prize reapers is on view at the premises of Mr G. Adams, the local agent. An end, it appears, is to be put to the dis graceful conduct of members of theLegislative Assembly in New South Wales.. A bill was read a firsttime on Wednesday night providing for a fine of £1,000, or imprisonment, in te event of one member assaulting anothe;tc sie House, challenging him to fight, or fogeing his to vote against his will Persistent disorder, or iotoxication in the House, is also to render the memnber liable q a similar finc.

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ENTERTAINMENT IN AID OF THE KERANG FOOTBALL CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 31 May 1878

ENTERTAINMENT IN AID; dF THE KERANG' -FOOTBALL CLUB. . The ab6ve entertainment took place I. .at the KerarigHall,on -Friday.l.evening 24th inst., before a large and apprecia tive aiidienceaiid although the commit tee had but little time to arrange a pro gramme for the evening they succeeded in affording a most interesting and amusing entertainment to those who where fortunate enough to be present, and we have no hesitation in pronotinc ing the perforiance a success, fur; al though a considerable amount of comiic element was introduced it was of a style that you would expect from gen tlemen, and could have been listened I to and enjoyed by the most sensitive ear.. The programme opened with six members of the football club appearing in Ethiopian character, and singing "Just before the battle mother" In this the appearance of the troupe seemed to create more admiration than the music 1 tlhey produced. Mr Hiornblower then followed and recited in a masterly man ner " The Vulgar Little Bo...

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A REMARKABLE COINCIDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 31 May 1878

A' REMARKABLE COINCIDENCE. of About thirty years ago there flourished in in the town of - Plysmouth, Devonshire, e" England, a follower of Esculapius who had bi gained much local celebrity for the many at wodnderful cures he had effected. His si name was Dr Budd. Contemporaneous pi dwelt a farmer in a distant part of the same th country, who had 'a large family of sons at anid daughters. One day whilst out hay- at making in the field, one of the farmer's at daughters, age ten years, drank from a di stagnant pool. She was subsequently taken bi ill and her father took her to several emi- a nent doctors, but all to no purpose, for et she remained a sickly emaciated girl, till T she reached the. age of sixteen or seven- asi teen years, when her grandmother, hearing oi of the fame of Dr Budd, resolved to take the girl to him for treatment. This was accordingly done, and after patiently listen ing to a history of her malady, the doctor stated that he would require the girl to be N left wi...

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STRAY JOTTINGS FROM SLEEPY HOLLOW. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 31 May 1878

STEA1 JOTTINtGS=IROM SLEEPY EOlL.A;Y. -·' : : -.·. -.r (FRO( At UCCASIOS .L COIIRESPOSDENT) Greant wa, the Csutmi tion a tew weeks bitr-k henit i ias tr epirtedlthat we w"ere ,to be lectused toby. a hishopp ARl .tdhe: tth & Hi llstylp a H ,ll ras. Gres'iwi,- the a rtrttine'tiver-if' ctrithing thit~tit d bjj I ne hidden it various t'uns of ehes'-.c fr m the rich mahogony down to the meaner gin case tlhat so oft-n serves"i a treasure box to poor benighted bush folks. The result of this turning iover wat a most interesting disolay of drapery- unon the bodies of b ttt nmale and female mem fser+ of our ceuituunity, who ettme to ies , a hishop lecture. Some prou fly di'piri ingithb clothes (coats tr'gwawn) their fath ers and mothers had carefully broutcht over from thte old country ; o hters again I b asing the latest colonias falhicas. and some (the greater numbvr I am afraid) 1 quite forgetting to salute this agist per. son by uncov ring their heads This for getfulness seemed to...

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SHOCKING OCCURRENCE [?] WODONGA. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 31 May 1878

OCCUIIREZC 1PODOSG. Q A great deal of sensation Wodonga on the 20th, whn e that a farmer, named BIafee lit;, timber Creek, near -od aglj1: his wife and child, ad beenh death by lharcoal f1es. The of the distressing and fatalhe as follows:-3Ir.ItobertJ living at Felltimber Creek from Wodonga. lie had n family of some half dozen chd, lately erected a brick bedroom and his wife, together kith t child-a mere infnnt-usd tol was no fireplace in the room, ventilated; and yet, in spite oth of neighbours, the deceased nm, of burning charcoal-we presr, grate or receptnrle-d,,ria, m Last Sunday evening Mr. and ib andthebaby retired to rent atihe and as the night was cold,left burning in the room. The other whose ages range from seven tot an a detached apartment. Il the eldest of these, a little girlto. of age, opened her parents' o'clock, and immediately called sister that her father was dead of neighbour named Mr.Diblrm formed of the occurrence, anda at the bedroom he at onceaw Mrs. Magee wer...

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TABACCO PLANT. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 31 May 1878

TABACCO PLANT. Mr Charles Moon, of the Sydney Bota nie Gardens, reports to the Mlail that he has lately received a packet of the true Shiraz tobacco seed. He gives the follow ing description of this kind of tobacco: "The plant which yields this seed is not a mere variety of the common tobdccb plant (Tricotiana tabacum), but it is a distinct species (Tricotiana peesica). To those interested in the growth of tobacco this plant is well worthy of a trial,.nnd I shall be glad to give a small quantity of the seed to as many applicants as possible. The mode of iculture and cur ing this kind of tobacco in the East is as follows:-In December the seed is sown in a dark soil,which has been slightly manured (red clayey soil will not do.) To protect the seed and keep it warm, the ground is covered with light thorny bushes, which are removed when the plants are Sin. or 4in. high, and during thisperiod the plants are watered every four or five days -only, however, in the event of suflicient I rain...

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MINISTERIAL CHARITY. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 31 May 1878

MTh"ISTERIAL CiIMUTY The following notice is extrac "Easy OChar Chat" in the Spectator hear., ;he Signature of "Bllaratn' 'iThe Southern Crosstakesleared editor in one of the coldest pgra I have read for some time. Foe , I think none the better of the res for it strilkes me as looking uncomao hitting a msn when he is down. I opinion to offer on the merits of th tunate affair that has cuosed so ma I cannot blame the Argus, thonh I foundly regret the consequences tlt followed its action; but I havever opinions about the part the Rev. i Lush has played in this matter. F an imaginative turn of mind have of speculating on the different s world's history might have taken at patra's ose blieen an inch shorter; somewhat similar spirit we mighti minds of thousands would have en ted, a great scandal created, and md feeling aroused had the late editor Southern Cross only used a sheet d paper instead of turning down the the Rev. George P. Lush'sletter ad inog it back with the reply on the afore...

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ST. MARY'S. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 31 May 1878

ST. Mavnys.-On Sunday last the Rev. Father Meade paid his qua rterly visit to Kerang. Since the rev. g enile man's last visit, the church building has undergone. extensive repaira, and been entirely renovated throughout, preseriting quite an improved appear. ance. "The rev. 'gentleman celebrated 'massiat ' a.m., the epistle being-from ý'St. Jamies, aid 'the gospel from St. John. Fromn both epistle and gospel he enlarged, giving some wholesome initruction to his hearers. On Monday Father Meade proceeded to Swan Hill, and conducted mass there. On WVed nesday mass was again celebrated in Kerang, after.which the rev.gentleman proceeded to Inglewood. SKELETON.-*A few days siice, when Mr C. Cousins was removing a portion of what is comimonly known as a black fellow's oveni, he came upon a skeleton of at' fullgrowin person. From the position in which' the bones were found, in a sitting posture, it is sup posed they are the remains of an aboriginal. FAMILY JARs.---A considerable por tion of...

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SOMETHING WORTH KNOWING. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 31 May 1878

SOMETHING WORTITH iKNOWING. People in general suppose that, by ex tracting and insulating what they conceive to be the nutritious principle or principles of any alimentary substance, they are able with greater certainty andeffecttonourish the body of the sick and delicate. Thus we continually hear ofstrong beef-tea, pure arrow-root jelly, and the like, prepared with great care for such persons. But it will surprise many to hear that a dog, fed on the strongest beef-tea alone, rapidly emaciates, and dies within a short period, and that precisely the same consequences would ensue on confining the strongest man on the same food. It is also a fact that a dog fed on fine white bread (usually considered by far the most nutritive kind of bread) and water both at discretion, does not live beyond the fiftieth day; and a rabbit or guinea pig, fed on the best wheat alone dies, with all the symptoms of starva tion, commonly within a fortnight, and sometimes nimuch sooer. The same effected follo...

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The Kerang Times AND SWAN HILL GAZETTE. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. KERANG, MAY 31, 1878. RAILWAY EXTENSION. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 31 May 1878

~S( ~tr gn t lllttr AND SWas HILL Gazarre. rimlSInED WEEKLY. KERANG, MAY 3r, IS78. RAILWAY EXTs.NSION. Considerablo e pressure is being brought to bear on the Ministei' of Railways to have pet lines of railway inserted in the iekt Railway Construc tion Bill. Althouigh the Minister is what may be termed a practical man, and is likely to exercisebhis own judg ment in preference to iniflenice that may be brought to bear; yet he is only mortal, and must in some in stances yield. One of the last pro jected lines of railway is that to tap the Murray ,at the junction of the Darling. If there were no other parts of the colony in wantof a railway, if all internal means of communication with the sea board were complete; and our own wants first supplied, an effort might then be made to accommodate our neighbours in another colony. Just previous to this projected railway being placed before the public, it is remarkable that large sums of money were being -speiit on conditional im provements on ...

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AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 31 May 1878

AGRICULTURAL NOTES. h: A special meeting of the members of the National Agricultural Society of Victoria s( was held at the office -on Monday week, (states the Argus) for the purpose of con- ' sidering a communication which had 'been r received through the Minister of Lands at V' Sydney, enclosing an opinion from a num- s her of New South Wales stockowners ad vocating the removal of the pro- r hibition against the importation of ' stock into the colonies. The presi- t dent of the society, Mr Hugh Lennon, was in the chair, and there were about fifty members of the society present. A reso lution was moved by the Hon R. Simson, strongly advocating the retention of the prohibition, as it would be ruinous to the colony to run the risk of disease being in troduced into the flocks and herds. Mr Graham Mitchell moved an amendment, to the effect that a conference of delegates from the various societies of this and the neighbouring colony of New South Wales n should meet to take evidence, and...

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STOCK REPORTS. Sandhurst, 28th May. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 31 May 1878

STOCK REPORTS. Sandhurst, 28th May. f Messrs Powers, Rutherford, and Co., report: -Fat Cnttle.-330 yarded, together with 530 stores. The market opened dull, and continued 1 so throughout the sale at a reduction on last I week's rates. No alteration in stores to report. We quote beef from 17s Gad to 22s d per 100 1 lbs; and have sold 120 head for Messrs Hall, Dwyer. M'Lean, Kennedy, Murrell and Son, t Power and Curran, Culnane, Pollock, Duffy, Lynch, Mullins and Son,Hodskinson and others, ] bullocks to £11, cows to £5 17s id. Fat Cslves.-8S3 forward for the week's supply. Only prime quality sold fairly, inferior to storoe buyers at low rates. Oar sales were 42 for I Messrs Murrell and Son, Power and Curran, Lynch and others, to £2 s to £4 15s. Fat Sheep.-88iS penned. Owing to the number in fit for tho trade, being limited, sales were made at improved rates. Stores also sold fully equal to last weeks prices. Quotations - Wethers ls to 15s Gd, ewes 8s Gd to 12s. We have sold 3091 for M...

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MR ENGLAND'S LAND SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 31 May 1878

4lRG LANd'S LAN DSALE-.-To- 1 dtayatriioiiMr England s:land will be submsed to auction by Mr R. C. Bristow 'Tlhe land is well-known. and Ifrom all accounts there promises to be a gotod maiiny buyers. Its position for business sites cannot be surphssed'in tae-town. --The-principal line of fron tages is to Wellington-street, which has already got Cullen's and Taverner s -notels;-and-the-District Survey Office i on'the opposite side. Should allMr England's blocks be sold, which seems highlyprobable. WVellington-street 3vill for the future be one of our most im portant commercial thoroughfares. To CoRRESPONDENTs.-" One vho knows,' the publication of your hItter will do no good. It refers to a matter the public take no interest in. Having published your first letter. ime could not refuse a reply. The matter had better drop. TELEGRAPHiC communication :has been restored. between Victoria and Western, Australia, and also between Victoria ajid Tasmania. OCirces.--We produce elsewhere, from t...

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