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

.WA1T.ED WKN X .OWN BIJLLARDS. BILLIARDS ,. BILLIARDS ! SW.1 TAVERNER° TEGS to nnonnce to the lovers of this ) ;ecientificlGainlthit he has procuredonrie f ýXLCO K'C- htest T'nbles, which ivil be tiutic iu , thej Keang Hall . Opnui s Gme DAYNIYsI, 'WANTED.: AT AN ED UKNOWN that J.. II Uttr.N " is. clearing ,ut, lis Rea-y. and Own. .dl' 1 B'ots e-d S5:,2 1. n.:reced'ivt isw pices,-I.lw-r rin th..n "'S:i iur pri et Chi 1 irons is ashnut li.e er aros. M .s fsgeLTHlRli':l.ilLLINGt L, TLlE POLINaD Ma'ed tu6n WANTED NO N. A quantity of Galvanized Corrgated Iron slightly d.maged,'on Sale Cheap. Lntra Lime always on himd. II(NE I' iiiAN DL' TIMB :It TA RD & AW 3111 La, cm tn Highi street, Sandiurot: ^4 .4 ",ANTED NO WO N. GEO.: ADAMIS is the only Authorird AGENT in KERANG and District ;for the Delebrated SIXGER'S Sewing ,Machines. haiitlelo, Ne dles, Cottons, Oils, ad Dopli irtcs; always on hand. RIepairs done. Lessons iven. Time pasymets. ItEALING ij.t ALL,; mA\1ILX 11ERAD D OW~ EL...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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DURHAM OX. TUESDAY, May 28. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 31 May 1878

DURHAM OX. FROM 01U OWN ,COaUESc"ODENT] Tn.-oA, May -'. And sothe Wise counciillr, of the Shire of Swan Hitlldo .oo fiesitate th:s year to repudiatec the eueraemon', of lant year S tat- least it appears from: til ir action with rep ecta to tow potund yards :. I am righ ly in'ormed sonme time ince tile desirnhility of erect :ug a pound: it Dur ham Ox. aas affirmed by resslta'isn of the Council, and an application made for a reserve for the. po'p ie and that. a site was reserved in accordance with itheir re quest. How comes it to pass, that ten oers are aeiled for Ile erection df yards at-Boort and Terricks, where there hias been no land reserred for the purpose and - (as I am cred his informed) inot evnli the site fixed o.1, while thie claims of Durham Ox, are quietly ignored. If thesep undi are iii. lie i of one at Durhatm Os why waa 1thee not a cal of tie c.un ei Invdeio re.cind Ite fermer n-salu-iou. But if it isnot it'enr:efI tlifat these shou d ce substitutes fir tie intended po...

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COMMERCIAL. KERANG PRODUCE [?]ARKET. TIMES Office, [?]ay 30th [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 31 May 1878

COMMERCIAL. KERANG PRODUCE MARAKET. TruEs Office, ay 30Oth Thie f dlowing are the prices for produce at date :-Flour. £12 Ids per ton ; wheat. 4s 11id to 5sper bushel for prime : oats. t4 Gd to 45 9d p. r hushel;bran, 1 d1 per bushel: Lollard, is 4d per bushel; C Ipe barley, 4s-3dto-4s Id per bushel.

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THE AUSTRALIAN CRICKETERS IN ENGLAND. London, May 27. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 31 May 1878

THEA in ThALIAN URIUXACSEThS 11N ENGLAND. London, May.27. To-day the Austrilian ciclketers played against an eleven of, the Marylebone Club on Lord's g onal. There wans a large attendunc at the much, which exited considerable in terest The result of the play was ans follows: laryle-one Club, first innings ... 31 MNarylebone lCub, second innings 19 Total ... ... 50 jAustraliat E even,firsat inninga .. 41 The Australians in their second innings oh.b ,tained the requisite number of runs,with the lostof 'oe wiket,'and therefore won the game by nine wickets,. The ,bnwling of the Australians was vcey aeet'othuirff forlh secured eleven wickets for 20 runs, and Boyle eight wickets for 17 runs. -4rgus tlecgram.

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

MEDICAL. CHARLES EDWARD GRAY, M D. B chlelor of Arts, Trinity College Dubllin, Bachelor of Medicine, Mastcr of Sur key, and L entiate of MIidwifery &e., Dublin, eind LATE SURGE JNTJ THE tOY'.L NAVY. .1 AS commenced the practice of his profesi silon in the town aid sirroiudeing die ries. and can be consulted daily at Mr Cil lIn's Kerag IIHotel tn5ed DR. PARK H A lt-ineved "o the ihoumse fornmerly oe copied by the late Dr I: strick, where he may be CON ULts.D DAILY. GRATEFUL-COMFORTING. Epps's Breakfast Cocoa. « Ya thorough .knowledge of the natu rel laws whlich g vern the opera ti.on of digestion and nutrition, atd by a care ful application of the fine properlies of well selectedt cocon, MIr E'pp has provided our b.ekfahst tables with a delicatelytla5ottred -b verage whi.h mnay save us many lheavy d etor's bills. It s by the judicious use of such articlts of diet, thalnt a consti ution mnay he adually built up until strong enough to resist every t.ndeney to disease. Iiundrede...

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

LOC AL LAND BOARD o. A Local Land Board will be held in1 the Kerong Hall on Friday nxct. May 31, when the 1olloving applications willsu deltwith: 7.. a Alice lonre .YarrawlUa 20s, adjoin og 'J XMcCready on south i E Forth Yar.iwalla319;I adjoining T oa!ey on south : 3 Connell M2incha West 126,, adjoining G Bird senr. o ! Janet Dru rnondl itinchia W13190. W of and adjoining T And Siirswart L J Jewell Macorna 319a, W of and adjoiing A-W1ishart and C tlopwoorI B 1t Kuinane .so curna 850, of.andndjosd inyrg JO Connell'- 19.h slc S G rtr-ide''Rush 1 iiarna 390, Sof nt l ad joinin tK 31cLeitnan's 151h -ec T Paynter Laddlon 300., E of Langisra?' selectionsC - G Gudw-ard Ladduu "l 't1;N of C Go l vsar select:on 1' IV Loigford Loddon 320a, N of Tulk ak selection C E Bramley Loddon 3nra, W of C IRy-ndri and (V of T toorC's 19th sec S St.ine Ljddon 300a,E of Langford's 10th sec lilfli Chambers Loddon 310a, forfeited block of II Tilk " T :aley. iLoddon 26la, N of and adjoinaig F E Forth's : 11t...

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A WARNING TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 31 May 1878

A. WARHIHf. TO ADY lERTISERS.. The insan ty of Dr Je C. .yer, Lwell. af fords a telribde iatn-ne to advertisern Here was a .,.anuengagd.in: the mn ufacture of a pill not differongt.iuch from-a hundred otlihr pills that.may be obtaian., at any Iru; oratre. I. in on. uarded mom. the made up his iiinl toualive.tise.ni.t ill hi piceyuanost3le of the ordinary deater, but in a c--mprehersive sort ofiway, by.ohich he.could reach every possible purchaser of pills. He accumulated money so rapidly that he did not know what to do with it; When he had rolled together fifteen I millions-of dollars-a d had vainly. endeavored to find some out e- to his ever increasing pro fits, his mind gave way under the .:bsorbing care of his vast businessc, and le is nown a pats. ent at an asylumn-for tan insane. How easenily that calamity might have bean averted. If he had- strnek to tha-eonservative nmecthad of many of our merchants, and refrained from a Ivertis jing, he might hnve been passing ipietly throug...

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ABSTINENCE OF ROMAN WOMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 31 May 1878

ABSTINENCE OF ROMAN WOMEN..' The ancient Romans, in some respects were in advance of the present age in their pracitcal physiological mknowledge. This was specially the case in the habits of the women. They seemed to be fully aware of , the fact that a hardy race must be born of healthfnl mothers, and consequently any usage or practice likely to affectinjuriously the health of women was viewed by the stage with suspicion. The muscles were systematically educated. Frequent bath ing was required by law. Large bath houses were established, which were places of common resort. For several centuries - of the best ages of Rome, it was a crimi nal offence for a Roman mother to drink intoxicating liquors. At the time of our , Saviour on earth and for along period after, it i zse-cosidered ifiie ous-for-a-Roman-. lady to taste wine. For a guest to offer I a glass of wine to one of the women of the household was looked upon as a deep insult, as it implied a want of chastity on her part. The co...

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DEATH OF A BENDIGONIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 31 May 1878

DEATH OF A BENDIGONIAN. Friday's Telgraph writes: The dead body of a man was yesterday found float- ing in the Yarra, near Prince's Bridge; and upon being recovered from the water, was found to be that of a person about forty- five years of age. He was dressed in a grey tweed sac coat, double-breasted vest, and trousers of same material, and wore elastic-side boots. The sum of £11 10s in gold was found in the trousers pockets, together with a £1-note and4s 6d in silver. A visiting card, bearing the name of John M'Pherson, Esplanade hotel, St. Kilda, and a letter of agreement, dated 13 / 9 / 78, signed by Michael Doyle, H. Kershaw, and Hugh Esler,was also found upon the clothes. An envelope, addressed " Mrs Fraser, Prince's street, Fitzroy," was discovered in one of the pockets. The deceased was 5ft 7in in height, of stout build, with dark hair. The body had evidently been about a week in the water. There were no marks of violence discoverable upon deceas- ed, who now lies at the mor...

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SUDDEN DEATH OF DR MACARTNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 7 June 1878

SUDDEN DEATH OF Dl MACARTNEY. Dr. Macartney, member of the Assembly for South Gippland,' Sunday afternoonundercircm will form the subject of a coronbal' From what can be gathered,itap some few months ago Dr. l -acre rooms at the Barklv Arms Hotel,W town, where he has since been Figg, of Williamstown, who preel him. On Saturdayeven in gen of his being unable tosleep, heo chloral, the draught beingdispe.te Blackett, alocal dru=gist. The?ded a part of the drught in the ever Sunday morning expresoedhhs _ at having enjoyed an excellentnligt Mrs Macartney had been at thebs h previous evemng, and wished toes' but hdeclined. She calledaoain - morning, but he still refused to an About 11 o'clock, however, she wei his room, and remained with him a. hour. On leaving the roomin se t proprietress of the hotel, Mrs Walt the doctor had taken another do do draught, and as it did not appear t with him she thought the bottle set removed. The bottle, a two-oane then containing very little of thelil ac...

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INQUEST AT THE BENDIGO HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 7 June 1878

INQUIEST T THE I M Srieland heSdtar s h day uodn the' Gobd.f the o-y a Bray alia? ltyann-ho taeses moirning severely btiarntIi greaves street, from th fect he."subsequentl died at the Alice Williams reidi ? street, deposed that she ha.n to tle bhack of the houase Sunday mornin, aboutne looking towards the backm Hargreaves street, 1w that ,Mrs Johnson, ws e hous sh ` named John Maher, and e place woo on fire, he c?m?e aft ness burst open the front into the back room; the fireh to the corner of the btild ? caught the ceiling ; dece ase a form near the fireplace i ness tried to pull her out of th failed, and that mnment Js coming'up, dragged deceased is room, when he enveloped her in witness then wentand garv in! the police,and Constabh For a?I accompanied her back to the h they removed dozeased t'Jtheho ness could not say h1o the fire there was a kerosene lamp br table when witness went into th that could not have er sed the c police: Deceased was alone in th} the time. John aIaher, a...

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RATEPAYERS IN ARREAR. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 7 June 1878

RATEPAYERS IN ARREAR. SRatepayers -,in arrear should lose nc> time iii settling their accounts with the: Shire Council, as the latter seem deter mined to takeproceediugs against de faulters without' respect'to numbers o r persons. Over, fifty summonses wert:; issued some' timelatd, :and.we ;under stand that a seconil -batch of over one [hundred are now.,inTthe. hands of th e Clerk.of-Courts. It would, appear tha.t there must be~ g eat difHculty in c6lled' ing the rates from th'elarge number of summonses issuing. This state ofthinii '" should.not be, as .the Council, it is weil known, have done and are doing .a vast amnount:of ,ork, but must nece.s Isarily be-stopped in their efforts' if their; legitimatie rvenuei is"'no' forthi' cemitig.- iWe beg:' or readers-to reflect' on: the unnecessary. expense they : put themselves to. by neglecting or declin ing to pay their practically small. as sessments. Moreover, the local' eleb tions will be coming on shortly, and it: will then prove ...

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EAST LODDON SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 7 June 1878

SEA'ST LODDON :SHIRE COUNCIL. The general monthly meeting was held - on Ftriday, 21st sMay,-in the Shire Hall, t 'Emoine. Present: Cra.'jtter, Coutts, I 'hI.i h Gillespie ,:Edwick, .Iiatt,t Laird, I aI i?t.rdy (president.) ' S.:eral letters were received and dealt '_.s. thd two6 following being the most im p ::t,. Ettershank, Eaglestone and Co., sm a letter giving permission to, tempo rarily allow traffic to pass through one of their paddocks near the Echuca road. The secretary was instructed to send a letter of'thanks to them,for thus'complying with the request made by the council. A letter was also received from the Korong Shire. Council, in which they in timated their willingness to confer with this council re erecting bridge over Lod don at Majors Line. The cngineer,and president,together with Crs. Potter and Gilespie were solected to meet the represertatives' of the Korong Shire. A petition was received from the rate payers of the Shire of East Lt.ddon, urging upon the council ...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. LONDON, May 29. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 7 June 1878

EUROPEAN. TELEGRAMS. - T LoNDon, May 29. It is rumoured the Marquis of Normandy d: has been offered the goverhorship of New of South Wales in succession-to' Sir Hercules t Robinson. : . ' S LoDnox, May '31. e The Bank of England has lowered its o' rate 1 per cent., and it now stand at 21 n per cent. ?I PAnRS, May 30. d The centenary of the death of Voltaire ci was observed to-day in Paris. Victor i Hugo delivered an oration, but public dis- b plays were forbidden. . - Is S"- LosDox, May,30. s The Australian cricketers commenced a s match against Yorkshire to-day, at Hud- i' dersfield. There was a large attendance a on the ground. I Yorkshire, first innings .. .. 72 c Australian Eleven, first innings (with four wickets down) ... .. 87 The bowling of the Australians was very s effective. LoNDno; June 1. 1 Lord Beaconsfield, the Premier, and I Lord Lyons, the British Ambassador at I Paris, will represent England at the con- 1 gress to be held-at Berlin. The Right HIon. Russell Gurney, ...

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"WILD GE SE." [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 7 June 1878

" WiLDG e .b. "-ABlfasit, .?aibe. .ruse wife, who incauti usly made use of lawrotton. Jiue'to /dr her week'd .wahmgfduring the furio;s'wioid'of Monday, r alisedrafsad disister All:the nimel?,s and indescribable 'gaments tugged'iuriiesly atsthr lidn?-Thli'shiris seemed to'beluog;to giants, andt`he draws wire filled with a preternatural pluIpnose until i the line liroe; aid;the ,whole, laundry, ,wcalet of the household took,a fii ht upward and onward. A laier'liviing in ibo south \re-tern pirt of the c ty.sase th-e?' aproach .le.Lby a.pajr1f grey flanel dreawers. and rin foerhis'gu g,:shouting W' ild geeae"iturther p?arti uteri Prr awaited iwith inttizeo t.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 7 June 1878

SL10ORNTITATE, ROYAL COLLEGE -OF PFIYETCIA1S. LONDON. &c. ,IRAVELLINOG and Local Ildical, Referee to Australianlitutil i~ProiidentSbocie' F:tzory street next Pan, of Victoria, er-.j " [ CHARLES EDWARD GRAY, M.D. -- B chelor-of.Arls, rinity.Coilleg Dublin, Bache'on of Medicine, Master of Sur e ery, and L cootiate of Midwifery &c., Dublin, and LATE SURGEI'N T1 THE-ROY L NAVY. H AS commenced the practice of his profes sin in thi: t6own a d surrunding din -rie*., nod can be cosulted dailynat .r 'Cul- 1 lei's Kerang Hotel tc5ed GRATEFUL-COMIFO RTING. Epps's Bre a k fast Cocoa.! VY a thorough knowledge of the natu B ral laws which gavern the opera "tinn. of digestion and nutrition, and by a cn e hfl application of the fine properties of well selected cocoa, Mr Epps has provided our b?eakfsat tables with a delieately-flavoured b verage whi h may save us many heavy d ctlr's bills. It :s by the judicious use of such -rtiel a of dilt, that a consti ution may be g adually bult ...

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SELECT POETRY. SAILOR'S WIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 7 June 1878

, - OETRY. Y S.. ? ILOR'S WIFE. u?ld daunt a sailor's wife; df?e should quell her mind- S y's stern, unvaried scene \' oersolace she should find; And though she sees the tempest rise, And lash the waves to foam, A trustful heart she still should bear, Nor wish her lad at home. Upon the bustling deck she stands, And'clasps his horny palm, And hears the boatswain's lusty pipe, And bids her heart be calm. The boatman waits-the gun is fired The broad white tops'ls swell, And she must bid her sailor lad Once more a long farewell. "Go forth and do your duty, man, As I shall still do mine; And I will think of-pray for you Through all the dreary time. But while your anxious watch you keep, Cast not a thought on me; Bend all your powers, my sailorlad, To quell the stubborn sea. There's danger on your watery way In many a sunken rock From floating icebergs' flinty walls From cyclone's sudden shock. There's death on Afric's fever'd coast, On China's pirate sea ; Yet never fear, my sailor lad, ...

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MACORNA PLOUGHING MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 7 June 1878

MACORNA PLOUGHITN'- MATCH. In response to an announcement, several gentlemen assembled at Mr E. Davies' store,' Mtaoorna, on Saturday last, to take the preliminary steps towards holding the' annual ploughing:match'. UNotwithstatid ing the lateness of:the hour for meeting; and. the.cold bleak night, the attendance was very fair, and represented a large. district, showing the amount 'of interest taken in these ma'ches is great. ' SThe chair.was taken by birJ ML'Naagl ton,, who in a few well *chosenlremirts stated the.object of. the meeting. Het sl'o'alluded to the' success that had at tended'their previtus' effortis,' and irus:ed th'at heir'forthcorhing iat h' would equal,' if':not surpass, 'the last. "Before taking any steps towards the footheoming match,' he would call on the' hon. secretary. Mr M'1vor, to.read. a, statement of accouiits and .balance sheet- for the past 'twelve months;i ." .. Mr'M'Ivoread n thead e balane sheet and report, which showed that after.all expenses had be...

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PYRAMID HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 7 June 1878

PY ,I MIID HILL. . (Psom ova'Ow coDEEoSPO Thing rare very, quiet downrl now. 'rhe crops are ll sowo, many cases looking remarkably well principal grievances here are agsit ,Government, and :particularly thel ter of Lands, for the unheard-0 i the issue of leases, and enerl a of the Lands Department. persons are ungenerous enoughb-1 some very hard things eencerning and his department. TheselcItort to have good grounds for complaint; uI `nless the Mihlister of ,.ilways eos Ithe rescue. aind gives us a milsy tremble faorthe fate.of the Gore. for certain it' is that unless they pr a course less hostile to the selectra,, will have to seek fresh fields and p?e new at the next election. Had M zmore been the president of a soie the extermination of bona fide ee?su 'instead ofa memberefa so.callrJedll Government, people's Ministry, ec, could have adopted no more e a means to clear out the selectors th has. The Gevernment have drie' into our, present position, and le there, andswe will have to...

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CORRESPONDENCE. WENTWORTH AND ITS NEWSPAI[?] TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERANG THE [?] [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 7 June 1878

CORRESPONDENCE WENTWORTH AND ITS NEWSP - To TonOsE Ton or TH? KcR.t-Ioa SSrn--In travelling through iEc S Wales and Rivorina, I had to pas small town not quite so large as en though ten times as bld-I mean W, This town stands upon the juncti~n? large rove e, asd ought to be a ic Aust?alian cities. They haveonly j abll t3o stat a newspaper ihere, s some antiquatel freet ad-r, who s?- delight in running dowra your nal: :olony, Victiris, oslling his redae i d.adfil effests of a protectva taif bi gives. your ?children work, and ra ccuatry; warning them of the nae should they at \Ven.wortth f110 oat line of poliey.,He tells them thftc)y liture has born delougd with pretal petitioners for employment for thdis progemiy; who'need State aid to be tut work fewer hour., and earn higher ?? ithIe oesense?? of the entire tat paying nity; and' so he ninues with a v??O dently wshing to r deem you from° doing. What a loss you must have r in Viatoia' when he cresaed over the Could you not possibly oT...

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