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A MISCREANT. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 14 June 1878

A MRrsCREA-ATr. - Considerable an noy. ce has been caused '.om time to time to lne tr stees or the cemetery, by finding the fence broken,and horses, and cattle inside grazing. The resi dents narrrily blame the. trustees for this d-sc .'ation,ald as is generily the care when censure is inipalted with only a slight knowledge of the facts, wrongfilly. It has come to the know ledge of the trustees that the breaking of the fence is not accidental nor through want of supeCi,:sion on their part, but the intentional dest.aciion by some individurl for the purpose of grazing his cattle. Such conduct is most reprehensible, and should the trustees be fort.nate to d&tect him in the act will meet with the reward so richly earned. To CosTrAcrons. -,Tenders are called in another column for various works in the East Loddon Shire. It Si1 also be seen thas they must be lodged at the Shire Hall, Serpentine,: on or before 4 p m. on Thursday next. SALE, OF Lx\ND. - Messrs Powers, Rutherford and C...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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RUSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 14 June 1878

RUSTON. [ niou own ou; car.,tsroa?ir? -r With thelast quarter of.the last moon there came a change of weather Showers. soft and 'gentle fell putting tiew life into the herbiage Feed is ,very scarce on each side of the river, except where there are a few paddocks free from stock,which shows tmmistake bly that tie scarcely ot teed is clue to our stocking, and how much the land requires rest. The Muiray is falling fast. The steamers, Pride of the Murray and Tra ,l_.ar pass here every alternate week. This will afford a good oppor .anity t- those on the look out fir land to have a view of our water fiontage, and judge for themselves as to its suitability for cultivation, a ,,:eat advantage and one not to he overlooked, is that. of water catriage. By 'this means they could have a choice of markets - Victoria, South Australia, or.the Darling River. Hay and chaff commands a high price on the Darling. The land on the river banks is well adopted for growinig wheat Cape or English barley. , I ...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. BERLIN, June 6th. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 14 June 1878

EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. BE1um, June 6th. The Emperor's forearm has swollen from the effects. of the guushot wound, but.the symptoms are otherwise favourable. A conspiracy is. suspected, the object being to kill all the German monarchs and the Crown p-inces.

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. [?] [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 14 June 1878

GO VERNIVM1 The following from last week's iG ationa i The Governor has a following gentlemen to PP in the Midland Bailto?ck:etb Austin Mack, Mitiat o c. Seward, Echuca . Ch The following persons rt appointed distributors of their respective districts. Mr H. M. Andrews Lsak ': ' J. Scantleton; W oo'dnd eGh Rayroux. s -r f Applications for licenses -C. W. Armstrong r62a, rG. Gorrie 32oa, Bael Bael T' t 32a, 'Murrabit; T Hardir C'livil; J. Payne oa, t J. McMaho 66a, ychitella: kett 56a, Mysia; J. Sandeis 1Mysia. " Applications for leases appr a J. F. Brown 2393, Soort; G ) 3 rga, Boort; Griffin 30, F. Toose, sen., 3072 hamal; ia tenbach 2540, Mllurrabit; R. north 319a, Boort; D. dIcRorn Boort; R Lanyon 32oa, f Andrews 3 09, Boort; T. A. 31 9a, Boort; L. J. Brown 260, Catherine Reilly 220T. Tenick SEast; C. J. Morley 250o Turra North; A. McKay 3r9a, Cohn t North 320a, Gunbower; E. 27 ra, Turrumberry North; J. Moat t 252a, Turrumbeizy North; C., . ekel (72a, Turrumberry Nor SMcPherson 3...

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THE AUSTRALIAN CRICKETERS IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 14 June 1878

TI?E AUSTRALIAN CRICKETERS IN ENGLAND. As the movements of the Australian cricketers in England are watched with great interest, we publish the full list of matches as arranged by Lillywhite June 0.-Elland, the Australian Eleven v. Eighteen of Elland. June 10.-Batley, the Australian Eleven v. Eighteen of Batley. June 13.-Longsight, the Australian Eleven v. Eighteen of Longsight. June 17.-Princes,the Australian Eleven v. Gentlemen of England. June 24.-Birmingham, the Australian Eleven v. Eighteen of Birmingham. June 27.-Leeds, the Australian Eleven v. Eighteen of Hlunslet. Jujy 1.-Sheffield, the AustralianEleven v. Yorkshire. July4.-Stockport,the Australian Eleven v. Eighteen of Stockport. July 11.-Oldham, the Australian Eleven v. Eighteen of Oldham. July 1.- Leicester, theAustralian Eleven v. Leicestershire. July 18.-IIull, the Australian Eleven v. Eighteen of Hull. July 20.-Crewe, the Australian Eleven v. Eighteen of Crewe. July 20.-- eighley, the Australian Eleven v. Eighteen of K...

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DURHAM OX. TUESDAY, June 11. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 14 June 1878

DURUAMt OX. rfnoR oU i OW? COBRESPon-SDI TUESDAY, Juanell The few slhewers that have falen sioe turday last, have tended to dissipate thl of our yeomen with respect to the tfteoia of the later sown crops. At present the; spect for the coming harvest is ~ D? grass and water baing abind nt thenr ihr indication of the season being a pr one. There is one matter that is calsing ymxc. easiness to cattl: owners, viz., the eliste i pleuro in the district. It is to be hoped ti every precaution will be taken to prevent ' evil becoming wide spread The exi?6ea that; plague has no dobt had an injurio?dase on our cattle sales. At the sale on FrPe large numbers we o submitted for Ese k buyers are scarce. Our ibed athle es having disting?i?l turnu.O their attention to foothbal. A eý club hai been fotmed and praclict is 1 vigorously carried on. Up to the pres',t t?? I have not heard of any nece3 ity for se?r& aid. I expect some of the neilhbrin; rida will shortly be clhtlenged to try conda.....

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THE TIMES AND ITS PROPRIETOR [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 14 June 1878

THE MTIMES AND ITS PROPRIETOR; . correspondent in London, who knows what's what as well as most men belonging to the inner circle of the press in that city, gossips thus concerning Mr. WValter, the principal proprieter of The Times, having been black-balled at the Athenmum Club: -" There can only be one reason; Mr Walter would be an ornament and an in tellectual power in any society. The Athe nmoum simply desired to show its feeling against Russophile tendencies of The Times. I could give you no better illustration of the sacrifices which this paper has made in the interests of the Christians for whom Russia claimed to have raised the standard of a merciful and sympathetic champion. With an amount of courage and self-denial worthy of a great cause, it urged England to give Russia her confidence, and support ed the Opposition in its endeavours to stop supplies in the Commons. But the avow ed objects of Russia being accomplished, the paper paused in its wild career of Mus kovite sympa...

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COMMERCIAL. KERANG PRODUCE MARKET. TIMES Office, May 30th. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 14 June 1878

CO MMIERCIAL. '- ERA'iG PIODUCE AMARKET. . TnuEs Office, Alay 30th. The following are the prices for produce at date --Flour, £12 1is perton ;~\rheat, 4s 11d to 5sper bushel for prime; oats, 4s 6d to 4s 9d per bushel;bran, Is Id per bushel; pollard, Is 4d per bushel; Cape barley, 4s 3d to 4s 9d per bushel.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 14 June 1878

MEDICAL. DR. PARK LICRENTIATE, ROYAL COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS, LONDON. &e. 'RAVELLING and Local' Medical Referee to Australian Mutual Provident Socic y. Fitzory street next raEnt of Victoria, Kerung. CHARLES EDWARD GRAY, M D. Bachelor of Arts, Trinity College Dublin, Bachelor of Medicine, Master of Sur gery, and Licentiate of Midwifery &c., Dublin, and LATE SURGE IN TJ THE ROYAL NAVY. HjAS commenced the practice of his profos sion in the town and surrounding dis tricts. and can be consulted.daily at MIr Cul len's Kerang IIntel tc5cd .GRATEFUL-COMFORTING. Epps's Breakfast Cocoa. Vl) a thorough knowledge of the natu Sral laws which govern the opera tions of digestion and nutrition, and by a care ful application of the fine properties of well selected cocoa, Mr Epps has provided our breakfast tables with. a delicately-flavounrd beverage which may save us many heavy doctor's.bills. It is by the judicious use of such articles of diet, that a constitution may be gradually bui...

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ARRIVAL OF THE CALIFORNIAN MAIL. LONDON, May 12. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 14 June 1878

ARRIIVAL, OF THE CALIFORNIAN MAII). (FnoM.TII ARGUS CORRESPONDENT.) LoNDox, May 12. The Mahomedai insurrection is spread ing westward. The Agetnce Rnsse denies that the Rus sian troops have begun to withdraw from' their positions at Constantinople, and says-"However much the Government desires to recall them, they can only retire after the Turks have surrendered the for tresses and the English fleet left their an chorage." The Earl of Desart has obtained a di vorce from the Countess on the ground of her adultery with an actor. During the rioting at Blackburn among the operatives, collisions occurred with the police. Five thousand locked-out Preston operatives willing to work are forced to idleness. European shippers, fearing Russian cruisers, decline to ship.in English vessels for long voyages. A general lock-out is expected in the Manchester mills. The London Dispatch says that the attempts to create a scare about Russian privateers have been made to affect the underwriters, who co...

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NEW GRUBBING MACHINE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 14 June 1878

I NEW GRUBBING MACHINE. On Thursday morning (states the Gaw Sler Standard of May 2-tb) we accompani ed Mr Hill. of Messrs Hill and iparshott, to Mr Lucas' paddock, about three miles from Gawler, to witness a trial of a new grubbing machine for light mallee stumps recently invented and constructed by him. The principle of the machine is as old as the hills, being nothing more than the lever: A pole of about 18 feet long is mounted on wheels 9 inches from one end ; at the shorter end is firmly placed a stong hook. This, with a couple of strong chains, with large hooks, to put under the stumps, is all the machine con sists of. Its action was very good and quick, saving much time, and doing the work in a c!can manner. In an hour and ten minutes more than a dozen stumps were pulled clear out of the ground, amongst them being one of a pine tree about eight inches in diameter. The re mainder were malices of various sizes, all of which came out of the ground without difficulty. An idea of t...

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SELECT POETRY. WILT THOU BUT BE MINE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 14 June 1878

SELECT POETRY. WILT THOU BUT BE MINE. I knew thee in thy childhood, Free from every care; I knew thee in thy girlhood, Graceful, fresh, and fair; I know thee now in womanhood, ,Matchless and divine; I cannot leave thee, darling, I will not leave thee, darling, Will never grieve thee, darling, Wilt thou but be mine. Thine eyes like sparlding dew drops, SThv teeth as pearls are white, Thy lips are living rubies, .osv, red, and bright: Pe .rless in thy beauty, 0.1 earth.no rival thine: I cannot leave thee, darling, I will not leave thee, darling, Will never grieve thee, darling, Wilt thou but be mine. Cheering as summer sunbeams, Bringing flowers to birth: Sweet as nature murmuring, Thy tones give joy on earth: Bright to me thy presence, As stars above that shine. I cannot leave thee, darling, I will not leave thee, darling, Will never grieve thee darling, Wilt thou but be mine. Should any coldly treat thee, Or life's bright visions fade; In love and truth I'll greet thee, And keep eac...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 14 June 1878

WANTED. 8 A7 ANTED Patties to Tender for the erec lion of Sale Yar Is at Mount Pyramid, for L. laspherson and Co. Plans a specifica tion ran be inspectel at Mr Thomas Watson's - Pyramid Hotel. The lowest or arny tender not necessarily accepted. b61 W?,? ANTED KNOWN that J. II UREN is e clearing out his Reasy, and Own Made Boots and Shoes as unprecedently low psices,-lower even than Sandhurst pri'est Childrens roots almost given away. Don. t frget TAIRES SHILLINGS hI TI? POlrND Saved tu5m A NNTED YLKN O . A quantity of Galvanized Corru;atcd I on oightly damaged, on Sale Cheap Lara Lime dways on hand. EltNE-TR TAND'T' TIM1 fR YARD & .AW M3fL-L, cm-!ea Iligh street, anSamhurst t7 ANTrED _KNOWN. GRO. ADAMS is the only Authori-ed AGEST in KERANG and District for the T -eclbrated SINGERt'S Sewing eMachdins. Shuttles, Needles, Cottons, Oils, and Dupli cates, always on hand. Repai:s done. Lessons biven. Trme payments,. --------- - T'OR SALE CHFAP, halfacen allotment, central y situa...

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THE LANDS COMMISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 14 June 1878

TiE LANDS COMIMiSSION. The Lands Commission commenced its tour of inqdiry on Tuesday with a sitting t Hor o ham,n hre a considerable amount of eirsaene e a taken. M~r Madden, a dtr evidence eor, informed the commis distrtnethat he knew of no selectors now in possesion who had taken up land under th n 1th sections of the Land Act th 5, InoHorsham there were now bet S40ht and 5030 selectors, who hold a on, million acres under the 19th ectior of the La Ad Act 1869. About one hal of them held their land under leases. In the other half under liences. Mr a!adden was opinion that there had not teen moch d mmyism in the Horsham district There remained about ,000,000000 Ie t land in the district yet unselected half of which was good arable land. As fhor the other half, he thought it might be let ont in 610 acre blocks. He was in favleor of n extension of the period of Ii. eace, onhich he believed would meet the shes of selectors. in Honibrook, rown tarsn bailif was of opinion that if the aen...

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WILD DOGS. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 14 June 1878

WIrnD Doss.- We hear of consideranle d? mage being done to the lambing flocksis?s portions of the district through the resa?td wild dogs. This scason they are unuoui numerous, having made their appearance; larger numbers than usual after the he? rainsinFebrunas. We hearof many re he farmers in the district using every exertib e destroy them by means of p ison and tr? and trust they will be successful in ridit their runs of these annoying and uodeints intruders.--Riverina Recorder. Another of those unaccountable trri - which startle people now and then has to i recorded, says the Federal Standard. Oa T day evening it became evident to hishoasehr and the neighbors that Mr Sincmee, fame', ds Middle Indig*, was missing A secarch cordingly made for him, hbut it was nt td the next morning that his body was fundre pended front the branch of a tree in Il.o" paddock. The unfortunate man, it tpirtr hat exhibited for same time past aberratun intellect, asd had previously threatenedao strop him...

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AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 14 June 1878

--AGRICULTURAL NOTES:.L The annual'grand champion ploughing match of the Kyneton Agricultural Asso ciation "is, we are informed by the pro gramme to hand, to be held on M3r Hughes' (late Halliday's) farm, adjoining the Kyne ton, town boundary, on Wednesday, the 12th June. The prizes are awarded under three classes, viz., one for men, .open to all; one for men, subject to conditions as to former'prize winning; and the other for boys. There is no class provided for double-furrow ploughs. A correspondent of the Ararat Adver tiser, in view of the exodus of farmers oc cupying limited areas of poor lands, re peats the oft-made suggestion in reference to the justice and expediency of classifying the several descriptions of land before dis posing of them. " The fact is the bulk of the land in this district unsuited for agri culture, being fitted only for sheep graz ing, and at best being only third-class for that. The maximum amount of 320 acres allowed by law is insufficient to keep the se...

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(FROM THE AGE CORRESPONDENT.) LONDON, 5th June. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 14 June 1878

(PRO T HE AGE CORRESPONDENT.) . SLODON, 5th June. 'The Derby was run for at Epsom today in the presence of a vast assemblage. The race, which was an exciting one,was won by Sefton. The Emperor William has determined to retire from the Imperial throne of Ger many. Declining years and the recent at tacks upon his life are believed to have brought about this resolution. The Crown Prince has been appointed Regent. BEmRL., June 7. The Crown Prince of Germany has been proclaimed to act for the Emperor during His Majesty's incapacity to perform thd Imperial functions, but he has no title. The Socialist leaders repudiate Dr. Nobe ling, the assassin who shot at the Emperor. SMany arrests have been made in con nection with the affair. LONDON, June 7. In the House of Lords the Marquis of Salisbury promised that at the Congress at tention would be paid to the position of the Armenians. Sir Stafford Northcote, in the House of Commons, referred to the despatch of Lord Salisbury as indicating tha ...

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DESTRUCTION OF BEES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 14 June 1878

DESTRUCTION OF BEES. Reports have reached the Chronicle from time to time of the utter destruction of bees in the district of Maryborough, Queensland, from some cause or other. That journal now learns that the same has occurred in the Burnett. On stations where the bees were looked after and properly tended, the hives are now tenantless. A similar ex terminatory process seems to have been in operation with the wild English bee. Blackfellows, says one informant, who would bring us in a buchetfull of honey any time we sent them for it, now return from the search with "baal sugar bha," and old bushmen, who would trace a single bee for a long distance to its lair, never meet witha bee line to follow. There has been coin plaint amongst growers of pumpkins and the kindred order of plants during the late season of a want of fructification, and but a scant supply of perfected frunit,the conse quence of wvhich is,undoubtedlv,attribtnable to the want of the "busy bee." This cala mity-and it i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 14 June 1878

'IIOFESSIONA L. 3IIf I. WRIXON, SOLICITOR, &c., OF TIIE uPBE E COURTS OF VICTORIA AND 19 NEW SOUTH WALES (SoLICITOR oR TIIn SwAN IILL StIIf. CoLSCouL), and a COMBsSIOoERof theSUPREMB COURTS , Victori", Sooth Australia, New Zealand, for Taking ASidavit=, ae. OFFICE--I'ALL ALL, SANDTIURST. Intructionscabe left with Mr. C. E. Al brecht, Kerang. l MRS A. SHELLEY, ' PUPIL OF 3MR BUDDEE, EGS to announce that she gives instruction on thoe Pinoforte, at her residence, Ke ran. Tenrms moderate. HOTELS. _ ~---- -- I KERANG 11OT EL. ,0tI? CULLEN, PROPRIETOR. t< BEST WISES AND SPIRITS IN STOCK. J Good Accolnlodation for Travellers. Civility and moderate charges. .I. W. TAVERNER, COMMERCIAL HOTEL, I lRANG, BEGS to notify that through the large in B crease in basinles he is now making large additions to his premises, anti will continue to supply first class hotel accommodation. BRIDGE 1OTEL, UPPER KERIANG. D. 1'INTYRE, PROPRIETOR. First-class Acconoodation. Good stabling. TheBes...

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The Kerang Times AND SWAN HILL GAZETTE. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. KERANG, JUNE 14, 1878. CONSTITUTIONAL REFORM. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 14 June 1878

AsD SwaN HILL GAZETrE. vUBLISIED WEEKLY. KERANG, JUNE t4, S878. CONSTITUTIONAL REFORM. THE return of Professor Pearson for Castlema?ne at this particulmr juncture of our history should be regarded with satisfaction by all classes of the com munity. Cas.ie; aide all pa y feel ings and prejudices, the advent of a gentleman with scho'arly attainments cannot fail to elevate the tone of the debates and biing knowledge gathered f'om a wide range to bear on questions at issue. Since the in:.oduc,ion of constitutional government in ViLtoria, several of our colonists have come to the front as politicians, and displayed a considerable amount, of ability in dealing with colonial affairs. At the last general election, however, a num. ber of these lost their seats, and their places have been filled by men a.th less Parliamentary ex.per:ence. It may bethatthese new members are possessed of equal ability as those whom they have displaced, and have only lacked t'ie qpportunity to display it. But in...

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