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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 28 June 1878

Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette - FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 28, 1878.   SHIRE OF SWAN HILL. EAST LODDON RIDING. VALUATION NOTICE. I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that I have valued the undermentioned properties at the several sums set opposite the names of the   owners, and occupiers, respectively." Valuations are expressed in whole pounds only : Name. Situation of Property. Valuation. Allan, Robert, land, Loddon ... ... £16 Andrew, William, land, Gunbower ... 12 Arbora, Henry, land, Mincha ... ... 16 Atkinson, Martha, land, Loddon .. 16 Baldwin, John, land, Cohuns ... ... 16 Bannan, Edward, land, Gannawarra ... 16 d Bannan, Jamc', land, Tragowel ... 16 Barker, Joseph, land, Gunbower ... 16 Barnstable, Matthew, land, Macorna .. 16 Bateman, John, land, Gunbower 30 Beggs, Wm., land, Kerang ... ... 5 Behrens, Theodere, land, Gunbewer ... 26 Bell, Elizabeth, land, Loddon ... ... 16 Bell, John, land, iMurrabit ... ... 16 Blair and McGrowther, saw mills andstore, Gunbower Isl...

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KERANG PETTY SESSIONS. MONDAY. JUNE 24. (Before Messrs W.J.W. Patchell (chairman) T. Littletou, H. Taverner, and R. C. Bristow, J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 28 June 1878

KERANG PETTY SESSIONS. MosNYr. JUssa 24. (Before Mcssrs W.?. JW. Patchell (chairman) T. Littletou, H. Taverner, andiB. C..Bristow, J's.P.) Buckley v Hanrahan--No appear ance. James North v Angus M'Intosh. The plaintiff deposed that he had worked for 18 weeks and two days. No agreement as to wages had been made. He went to plough, but was set to work to drive the bullocks while M'Intosh ploughed. He claimed 2os per week for r7 weeks, and 30s,per. week for the remaining nine clays.' In reply to defendant, said he was not engaged to drive bullocks, but to plough; never got a chance to plough. Defendant said North was not worth o20s per week; he was willing to pay him r5s per week, and 3os per week for the nine days that he was driving cattle for him, using his own horse. The bench considered that reason able, and made an order for 8 9s,'' which had already been paid into court, ! and as 6d costs. Carruthers v Lightfoot-Settled out of court. G. J. H. Piggins v - Frantz. The plaintiff pr...

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PYRAMID HILL. June 25th, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 28 June 1878

PYRAMID HILL. (FROL OUR GOWs CORRESPONDErT.) June 25th, 1878. The rain has come and gone, and but a small share was ours, while our friends in other parts of the country (and not far away either) have been deluged we we, nly favoured wi;.h o r-?-j'c- sve.'.: o wil obtained.m - ew rr ,;?sOreRhOBrl T 1; Co-burg. 13a; merino wethers, 14- ; esesi, l Is l . res C g. met wit.h good in nuirv and erenled Istv ls)ulis. -. e . ... , -- -..-" ,: , , t showers. Th" crops are still pushing ahead, and grass is plentiful and promises to keep so. The residents are about to apply to the Government to have a township surveyed here, and they should have done so lone ago, for there are few such towLship sites in the colony, as the grassy slopes sur rounding this grand land mark. An accident that might have had seri ous results, occurred on Tuesday. Two children belonging to Mr Herrick, of Green Hill farm, obtained some matches and set the straw stack and shed on fire, seeing what they had done and evid...

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AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 5 July 1878

AGRICULTURAL NOTES. The weather;continues very favorable for farming operations, and the progress of the early sown crops. A larger area -will be under cereals this season, in the Ben digo district, than we ever had before, and new selectoros well as the older settlers,are busy at work preparing for-and putting iii croj~s, that,-it is bhped, will help them to make up for the losses and drawbacks of the two late dry seasons. From A. Lincolne's -farm work for July we learn that spring: sowing for crops is be coming more general than it was, and very properly so. Both oats and barley, as well as other seeds, may be profitably sown in the spring, if the ground be in good heart and the seed bed wellprepared. The young plants receive no check in shape of frosts or chilling winds, but they go ahead and mature nearly as soon, if not quite, as if the seed had been sown in the autumn. Fast-growing spring plants will also get the advantage, 'it being more independent of weeds. Pens may be sown...

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SELECT POETRY. WILT THOU FORGET ME? [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 5 July 1878

SELECT POETRY. VILT THIOU FORGET ME ? May the remembrances of affection never S'depart, May tritiing with another's feeling be far -frOmnour fair; -- -- -- So that they may fairly demand considera tion for their own." May the wretch who to gratify his van:ty trifles with the affeetions of a woman Have iremorse for his companion through life And despair his associate in death. - Wilt thou forget me when thou shalt de part, And give to another that hand and that heart ? Wilt thou, rejecting the tear and the sigh Leave her who loves thee in sadness to de ? Wilt thou forget me when thou shalt de part, And give to another that hand and that heart P Wilt thou forget me when strangers are _near Breathing soft music of love in th;ne ear ? Oft lhist thou spoken of vowssweet to shave, Will they be brolken when I am not there ?

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FRIGHTFUL MURDER IN SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 5 July 1878

FRIGHTFUL MURDER iN SYDNEY. A fearful tragedy was enactedin Suse, street on Sunday, when Joseph Cooper,phi Windeyer, a young man of the larn type, most brutally beat to death his pan" mour, Annie Gilbert. The terrible emro was committed in a house next door to en where some years ago, a butcher namfl Scott murdered a woman named Kankers Liz, and afterwards minced and piraldedk body. The victim of the pre.nt trugel was respectably connected, lut by her foll had lost her respectasle position, et latterly had cohabited with Cooper. Tl unfortunate creature, however, seems have felt her degraded condition acutely and worked hard, with a -view, if possbli of retrieving her position. IHer brutal pan mour, however, frequently got intoxicate and often beat her most unmercifully, be she suffered uncomplainin-ly, seldom, I ever, screaming out w~en thus i1 treated. Sunday morning Cooper' at tacked his poor victim in a most benti manner, the cause on this occasion, being, is supposed, a groundle...

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CANARY ISLAND. July 2, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 5 July 1878

S CANARY ISLAND. (Nsix A COREE-p.rjEDn.) JulyZi , 1B7d. The letter appearing- in last ariday" issue, signed " G.A:."does not meetwill Smnach Tfa?i her-- WhjW wesh6did lie It out in the cold is not easy to be seen. 'We do not see how " G.A:s " route can: be s much cheaper, nor why an engineer would laugh at us. ' G.A." speaks of'the flooded nature of the locality; I should thinkihli isijust the reason we want'a railway hen: but I have travelled both the Iaywioo and Durhan Ox roads for some yea', and I must say, if there is any.differeser, for flooded roaeds- ay wood' is the wert Then be speaks' of the quantity'of.pr·o duce they have, tand the land heldby large landholders on this route, as ifthe large men did nothing towards sipportial a railway. I beg to inform ." GA. that the large landholders on this route: are going to send their prduco .by rail,: bl he says nothing about. the large .lan holders on his rou'e, concerning whomil I set about itI could open people's eyes. The people ...

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WALKING ON THE WATER. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 5 July 1878

WALKING ON THE WATER. It is reported by the New To ork that in the early part of February Stratton, the " aquanaut," accomplished long-matured plan of walking on the and demonstrated its practicability by ing the East River on foot, from Brno to New York. But few persons her the daring feat that was to be attem and consequently the captain was troubled with many hangers on. The which he wore was rubber, and very si to that used by Captain ,oyton, with difference, however, that it was arrangd such a way that its heaviest portions w around the pede3trian's feet, mo that body should be kept upright in the Captain Stratton proceeded to the wharf Jewel's Dock, and there ensconced hiss. in his strange-looking suit. Then jampe in the water he started for the New Tad shore. His body was perfectly uprit and he could use his legs to propel hims through the water, although it rose ar. his knees. IIe had intended to land Peck Slip, directly opposite Jewell's 119 and would thus have had to cross...

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PRESENTATION TO MR C. E. ALBRECHT, C.E. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 5 July 1878

'P1.ESENTATION 'TO Mk '0. E. ALBRECHT, 3.E. On Mbndav, during the'time that the Council was-sitting, the 'President, on behalf of the Swan 1till Shire t Council; presented Mlr C.. Albrecht wi'h a testimonial; engrossed- in a first class s e, and handsomely illuminated: owing is'a t~opy of the text:-. S 'CE Albrecht, 0.-l. i 'Dear Sir,-" We the undersigned Prisident and Concillors of the Shire of Sawn Hill, feel ae cannot allow you to relinquish the duties of Enginieer to the Council, without testifying to the high appreciation in which your services have been held during the eight years youi have been in the Cunci,'s employ. Owing to the extraordinary increase of population in the Shire causing a c rresponding increase of work, the Council have been compelled to sever the office of Engineer and S dretary so loug held cdnjoifildy by you. You -having ac ceptedthe office of Stcretary is a source of -~ratification to the Council, insmuch as. they will not be 'wholy deprived f .your eCrv...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE Sandhurst, Thursday, 6.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 5 July 1878

ATEST -INTELLIGEiNCl sY ELECTRiC TELEGRAP. (lo on oUR Ows. connasPo:OtasS) Sandhurst, Thursday, 6.30 p.m Wastern affairs are threatening. Turkey protests again'st Austria's a cupation of Bosnia and B erzegorica a der sanction of the great powers Hnussia is to get part of Bessarabis the north side of the Danube to Zt Pruth, and Rounmania is to have D6 rudscha on the south side. Austria massing troopis on fr.ntier, Montengro gets a slice of territorl. The war indemnity is to be settled Turkey and Russia themselvep. Four English tranp'oIts with aI? tions of war are ordered off to Msalr. Yorkshire beat the Australiaos id s return match by nine wickets, score it Cambridge beat Oxford by 258. 'rhe share marketin Sandhurst is Tel so:ive, mrst stocks are advancing,-lt greatest business done for 12 month. Bridgewater and Kerang Railway asn Goornong and Swan Hill Railway are i eluded in the first batch propoed.bhy-t Government.

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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 5 July 1878

gir;nt of '1500 additional has sen made to the Melbourne Immigrants' Home, where there are 615 sheltered nightly. An'man was choked the other, whilst tak ing his dinner at the New York restaurant, Bourke street, through a large piece of meat sticking in his throat. le died soon after being conveyed to.the hospital. A telegram fromnSydney states that a mani named Joseph Wiideyer has brutally murdered his paramour by beating her and breaking her ribs. The tragedy occurred next door to where a butcher named Scott some years ago murdered his wife. The Argus. states that Mr Henry Cres wick, of Hawthorn, will be a candidate for the Central Province on the retirement of Mr T. T. A'Beckett, whose seat becomes vacant next month by eflluxion of time. Mr Creswick is a protectionist. It is stated that Dr. Beaney will be a candidate for a seatinthe Legislative Coun. cil, which will be vacant shortly by the retirement of the lon. T. T. A'Beckett.. A meeting of the former gentleman's friends will ...

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DEPUTATIONS. Melbourne, Thursday [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 5 July 1878

-DEPUTATIONS. (BY ELECTRIC TELE?OR?I.:) (P78"M OUR LW. Cc RoSePONDENTe J - elbous e, Thursday I A dreputation, consiatin 6'f the M1yaors of Sandhurstand Eaglehawk; Messrs CE 'A:brrecht Kcrmng; JH Kelly, Pyramid Hill; 1W Irwin an-I W Balderson. Terricks; IRgbett, Mitiamo; Jackman, Yallock; and Henderson, lRaywood;' nac ompanied by the members for: ilanlurang annI oundhurst, and - Rubertson, ML C waited upon the Minister of Raiways to- lay to urge ui on the Government the_ important. interests of'the Terricks lihe of railivay Mr t Clark. M L A, introduced the deputation, and stated their object Mr J J Gaeey, M L A, p. ke in favour of the proposed line, and stated that no doubt the Minister was well acquainted with the requirements of the district - Mr A. Mayne, Mayor of S. -Ahursýr -?.5l-nrciwsod, 0 rgElrhawk ..aL.-' t"nes's Albrecht, Jonaman ell-.iy, McIntyre, Williams, and Henderson addressed the Minister, and urged upon hin n the necessity of ttking Eaglebawk as a start ing loint, ...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. LONDON, June 26. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 5 July 1878

EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. [Fnon ThE ARGUS COnnREsPOnDENr.) LOnDON, June 26. .The Berlin Congress has settled the ques tions relating to .Bulgaria and Roumelia. The former includes Varna and Shumla, which are to be forthwith evacuated by the Turks. Temporary commissaries-general will be appointed respectively by Russia and by the other powers. The Prussian Government restores to the present Duke of Cumberland the seques trated property of the late King of Han over. The death is announced of Queen Isa bella II., of Spain, mother of King Alfonso, at the age of 48. The colonists in England have arranged to give a banquet to.the Australian cricke ters on July 23, at which: the Duke of Manchester will preside. Mr Daintree, lately agent-general for the colony of Queensland, is dead.' THE AUSTRALIAN CRICKETERS. The Australians in their second innings against 22 of Birmingham scored 116, 'with the loss of five wickets, when the rain stopped the game. The match has resulted in a draw. (FROM THE AGE...

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FOOTBALL MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 5 July 1878

FOOTBALL M1ATCI. On Siturday last there wis alarge gha in Kernig towitness the foliba' miatchb .4 Kerans and Coliudna Judgilg by the "fre laughter and cheering the onlookersn s'med enjoy the sport At a quarter past thre a ball was kicked off by 4 Taverner, and kept rolling until half-p mt five The gome a very ?lode contest resulted in a draw.nog hiving been kicked by either aide 1ilit Taverner, Malcolm, ltcLfan, Jenkins, g Jones.,and Prices played .?ell for the g team, and Brenasn, D and J Grady, BRohi Westblade, Mundy, and Craig, for the" Coh team The reinainder of the players on i sides did their best, and nohe ehirkied ' called uulon to do a little rough work" i Campbell officiated as central umpire and general satisfaction Messst Johns n and B. acted as-goal tmpires. . After the natch thee inembers ofeboth'e tidjourned to host 'Taverner's, where a was provided inihia usual first class sty', which all did:juetice Mr Bayly as president ,of the Kerang occupied the chair, supported ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 5 July 1878

/MEDICAL. SELECTOR'S MEDICAL CLUB. . S UBSCRIPTION-10s per quarter in advaunce. Visits. 2s 6d per mile cash. ' Operati ns, 'Yractures, dialocations, accouohmentsa-&c., in cluded. Vaccination gratis. A quarter's subscribtion intitles 'to advice and medicine for self,.wife, and family under eighteen at practitioneer's residence free of chargo. Though chiefly intended for selectors anyone may join. SCHARLES EDWARD GRAY, M.D.. A'B chelor of -Arts, Trinity College Dublin, Bachelor of Medicine, Master of Sur ery, .and L'centiate of Midwifery . ..'Dublin, and LATE SUROEJN T THE ROYAL NAVY. HAS commenced the practice of his profes S sion in the town and surrounding dis tricts. and can be consulted daily at M.r Cul leu's Kerang IIntel tc5cd - GRATEFUL-COMFORTING. -Elp'ps's Bre a kfast Cocoa. '. DY a thorough knowledge of the natu " ral laws which g-vcrn the opera tons of digestiot'andi niitrition, ard by a cre tul application of the fine properties of well selected cocoa, MIr Epps ha...

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 5 July 1878

"GOVERNMfEVNT GA4ZETE. The following information is taken from last week's Gazelle: S. Applications fir licenses appro-ed : : Phillip Smith, 23O,. Loddon; G'DIniel, .!-3201, Tragowel; R F Dan;el, 87a, Tra . owel; Clara Kilpatrick.'229i, Macorna; Margaret McIntosh, 204-a, Tragowel; -F Schnitzler, 320a, Quimbatook-; R Ben '' net, 320s, Benjeroop; Emma Elizabetth ' Ndrton, 82Ur, 'Yrrowel!a and LEddon; J INeeson, 320s, B ort; C Sutton, 'Ja Boort; J Irwin, 300a, Minchn. The following ho'ding haq been de. c lared avoid: -Marj'fJ Humplreys, Yar : ra.(oalla 320a. SThe following holdings have been re :ervuled an~ declared open for selection, on * and after rt;da'y, 12th July next, at nine -a.m.-F y"'oth, Mologs, 52a; J Dow, SragMowe 53ts. ('i Applications under the Land Act not Enantcd ;-T H Lightfoot, 160s. Dar-a. *; rook ;,.open for selection on the 12th July next at nine a.m -; E Ford, 220a, Kerang. . open for selection on 12ilh July next, at .i; a.m.; W Irwin, 291a, Terrickl Wes t; John ...

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STOCK REPORTS. Sandhurst, 2nd July. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 5 July 1878

STOCK REPORTS. Sandhurst, 2nd July. Messrs J. Shadbolt and Co. report.--Fat Cattle.-814 head yarded, inclusive of 411 head Etores; the balance only a few prime, the rest medium and store description. There was an improvement in prices on all descriptions, but most on prime quality. Our sales were for Messrs. Weller, M\'Donagb, Vauston, Cheque, Griffen, IPLean, Stephens, Ponsford. Kenst, and others, steers to £5 17s 6d, cows to £5. Fat Calves.-S7 penned. Prime quality sold slightly better, other descriptions at late ra!es. Our sales were for Messrs Griffen and others, to £3 10s. Fat Sheep.-7,402 penned. A f.ir proportion medium to good quality, with some prime. The market was dull at a decline of fully is. per head on best quality, light weight meclium quality selling at store prices. Quota tions are-Prime wethers to ISs Gd, others from So, ewes 7s. to So., a few crossbreds better. Our sales were for Messrs O'Gorman, Steer, Badcock, and others, 750 mixed sexes at current rates. Messr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 5 July 1878

WANTED. W ANED KNOWN that J. H UREN is clearing out his Ready. asd Own 3lade Boota and Shoes at unprecedently low psices,-lower'even than Sandhurst prinest Childrens Boots almost irven away. Don. forget THREB SHILLINGS IN THE POUND avid tu5m ",A, N r E U -K N 0 W -. A luenitity of Galvanized Corrugatad Iron elightly damaged, on Sale Cheap Lara Lime always on hand. ERINEaT RRANDT' 'TIMBSR YARD & SAW 3MILL-, 'cem4nsa - High etreet, Sandhurst WANTE.D . "NOWN1 GEO-. ADAMS is the only Arithori.l AOGE\T in KERANG and 'District for the iCelebrated " SINGER'S Sewing - Machines. Shiuttles, eedles, Cottons, Oils, and 'Dpli. cates, aladays on-hand. -Repairs done. Lessons given. -Time payments. -NOT-IE CE. "Macorna Annual Ploughinlg --a. t c-h. rtIIE-above MATCH will be held on MrI L James Sumpter's PAR1\, about one'mie 'eastof Mr E Davies' `Stre, near Tragowel Woolshed, on "'WEDNESDaY, "oth JULY, 1858, when the following prizes will be offered for competition: Cuss A-Open to all tcmers...

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SELECTORS DIFFICULTIFS. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 5 July 1878

SELECTORS lDIFFICIULTIFS. Belectorsthave had dif,3nlties of every description to conten:d with'at'overy stage of their efforts to secure land,and work to advantage. Among these have been monetary difficulties as also departmental regulations, which have tended :f any thing to aggravate theirmonetary difficul ties. 'Quite recently the tDepatment is sued a general order that no land agents were to be recognised at all, but that queries from land agents must ba replied to direct to the prinoifa'. In the tace of the general order (than which nothing could have been more ab.sird), oaders are istued an thoris nz different parties to appear at toe Land Boards to represent ee!eeors. Tue gentlemen presiding at these Boards are :hus in the position of having to obey two -eparate commands, while the selector is further harassed by being in the greatest uncertainty as'to'whe:her he can appear by proxy or otherwise.' We mainratn that it is only jost and reasonable, that rf a selector wishing to ...

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COMMERCIAL. FLOUR AND GRAIN MARKET. Sandhurst, July 2nd. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 5 July 1878

COMMERUIAL. -FLOUR AND GRAIN MARKIET. Sandhurst, July 2nd. The following are the prices which ruled to-day:-Flour, £11 per ton; wheat, 4s Sd per bushel for prime;oats, 4s Gd to4s9dper bushel; bran, Is ld per bushel; pollard, Is 4d per bushel. Mr WV. J. floobier reports :-Tho following are the rateswhich ruled to-day:-Wheat, 4s 8d per bushel for prime;oats, 4s Gd to Is 9d per buishel ; brn, l+-1d per bushel; pollard Is 4d perbushel; flour, £11 per ton.

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