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KERANG PETTY SESSIONS. MONDAY JUNE 24. (Before Messrs H. Taverner (chairman), R. C. Bristow, and J. Garden, J's.P.) DEBT. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 12 July 1878

K"ERArNG PETTY SESSIONS. MosDAY JnsEu 24 ;. (Before Messis H Taverner (chairman), 1.f C. Bristow, asd J. Garden, J'sP .) DEBT.PJ, i. IDonald M'Innes v R. Avard.-Goods sold and delivered, £14 6s 'Gd. iMr Wrixon appeared .for plaintiff. Order for amount, and £1 6s Gd costs. (Mr Patchell took his seat) SLYGROG RELLBTGO. J. Brooks v Agnes Hyde, Gunbower, charged on 5th May, 1878, that she did sell two nobblers of whiskey to the plain tiff, not being licensed to do so. At the req!est of plaintiff's attorney, JMr Wri:xon, all witnesses were ordered out of court. iT openillg the case, M1r Wrixon stated it was brohght under thie 54th section of the Licensed Victuallers' Statute, ewhen if the case was proved Ihe defendant was liable to a heavy line. There was another similar charge against the defendant, but in thie event of the first being proved, lie would: witlidraw the second. - lie called Jolhn, Brooks, who on being sworn stated lie was an assistant revenue officer. Know the dfelidaut ;...

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A FICKLED BABY. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 12 July 1878

A TICKLED BT5..-A little fou0r-ear-o!d h I* a habit of getting into babyhood scrapes every day. At one time he *tis over the ' workbox and then dowan comes ill "the r .iroth things" of the women folks; this doce,' he climbs intq the wa?'tib, gets wet, end bawls out furiously until mesft runs to get her "d-li ou t out of the mess. whichis no stoner dne thun the yousc roscal pulls= the cat all round the room by -he tall. But " mamrmss little re." go: into a very bad scrape the other day, whereby he got badly pickled. Having mle his way to the pa?t., and observing a large jar of pickles, the little fellow thought he would have at least what big folks call a good mell; soin went the head in the jar of. pickles, but out the head couldn't get, and, as a co"sequenee, the darling set up a lively and incere eiog noise, which attra?eda the fr? ht ened mother, who found the young hopeful juns in the fidescribed. Amid screams and cries, the jar had to he broken before the boys head could be ext...

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HARD SWEARING. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 12 July 1878

HAre SweAirsin.-At the Court of Petty Sessions on Monday last, some bard swearing was indulged in the sly grog case-of Hyde. While the prosecu tor and his eiyate swore most positively that they had procured whiskey at the defendant's house.the defendant's daugh ter and a young man who was present during the whole of the time of the prb cutors preserie, swere most positively that no drinks were supplied. The daughter even went so far to say that that her mother kept none in the house. The bench evidently Placed most cre dence in the prosecutors statement as the defendant was fined £25. DEFAULTrSf IJtTEPAYERS. -Another batch of defaulting ratepayers was dis-. posed of by the Court onl Monday last. Int every case brought before tie court where the s`inimons had' been served an orderwas msade for the amount and cost, thebo latter in several instuces ex ceeding the amiornit sued for. A PROTESTA, T. - Some amusement was caused in the Police Court on Mon; day last, during the examination o...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 12 July 1878

DEATH. SUTTIE.-On the 30th of June, at Boort, Jessie Emily, the beloved daughter of George and Emily Suttie, of croup, aged two years and eight months.

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A NEW READING OF DICKENS'S WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 12 July 1878

A NEW READING 0 F DICKENS'S WORKS. As the name of Charles Dickens is frequently mentioned, the following catalogue of his works may be of some interest to admirers of that great nove list :-" Oliver Twist" who had some very "Hard Times': in the "Battle of Life' having been saved from " The Wreck of the Golden Mary" by our "Mutual Friend" "Nicholas Nickleby" had just finished reading a "Tale of Two Cities" to " Martin Chuzzlewit," during which time " The Cricket on the Hearth" had been chirping right merrily, while the " Chimes" from the adjacent were heard, when "Seven z oor Travellers" commenced singing a ." Christmas Carol." "Barnaby Rudge" then arrived from the " Old Curiosity -.Shop" with some " Pictures from Italy" and ":' Sketches by Boz" to show "Lit tle Dorrit" who was busy with the "Pickwick Papers." when "David Cop :perfield 'who had been taking " Ame trican Notes" entered and informed the company that the "Great Expectaions" of ' Dombey and Son" regarding "Mrs Lirriper's ...

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OPENING OF PARLIAMENT. THE GOVERNOR'S SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 12 July 1878

OPENING- OF PARLIA-3 MENT. " THE GOVERNOR'S SPEECII. The second session of ninth Parliament of Victoria was opened on Tuesday at :2 p.m. by His Excellency Sir Geo. F. Bowen, with the usual ceremony. The Governor, who was escorted by a troop of Volunteer cavalry, was accompanied by Lady Bowen, and Miss Bowen. Tie speech was to the following effect: Moe PRlSIDaNT AND HONORABnLE GE. TLEatEN OF TIEu LEGISLATIVE COUNsC.L: ?in SPEAIEinR AND GENTLE3EN OF THIE Ass~surx : I have called you together for the pur pose of obtaining your advice and assistance at a most important juncture in the public affairs. - Notwithstanding serious misgivings to the contrary, it is now probable that the peace of Europe will not be further disturbed, and it is grati fying to know that this satisfactory result has been largely influenced by the firm policy of the Imperial Government. I have, however, the satisfaction of inform ing you that my adviscrs have considerably. improvel-thbrs-Defenca Armnaments ; and f...

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STOCK REPORTS. Sandhurst, 9th July. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 12 July 1878

STOCK REPORTS. Sandhur.t, 9tlh Jutly. 1--tlssrs. L...,11acphercon and Co. report: Cattle-I1S yarded, f.lwhich 2?1 were stores; the balance generally hnetium-and inferior. Few buyers were prent excapt the home t-rade, bat owing to the short supply prices slightly advanced. A few best pens made up to 235 per 1C) ; mediuml, front 17s (id. Our sales are 50 bead, at full market rates. Calves--3 for -ward. All good veal sold at satisfactory prices. Our sales are 5 bead to £3. Sbh-p.-2,749 penned, including about 703 stores ; balance good to priue. The supply being barely suli cent for trade requiremnents, the market reco vered from its late depression, and all were cleared at some adrlnce. Best merino wethers sold to 14s ; crossbreds to Ids lid : ewes in pro portion. Oursales are 600. Wethers to 16s id ; owes from r o to 12i. Stores-Cattle and sheep were cleared generlly at a slight advance on late rates. ,Messrs ?,tershank, Eaglestone, nnd Co.re port:-Fat Cattle--22i were yarded, andt 24...

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SHIRE WORKS. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 12 July 1878

SHIRE WORKS. The following are the works pro posed to be carried out jn the several ridings of the Swan Hill Shire, and the estimated cost, for the cominig year: i EST L~ODDON RIDING. Earthwork atHamilton's, Mount I Hope .............. 5 Quarter share bridge orer Mount Hope Creek, Nulian's ... o. ro Half share bridge over Mount Hope Creek, near Helms ... 300 Earthwork and culvert near Matrm's ..... ........ 5 Earthwork and culvert between Griffiths a.d Dn-ver, near Grants ... .50 Earthwork near Mr Herrick's ... 0oo Forming main road near Kerang oo Bridge at Gunbower cattle station 20o Earthwork and Culvert near Iark in's, Mount Pyramid .. I?o Earthwork onr Pyramid and Sand hurst road, near \hitcome's... too Work on south boundary road. near Mitiamo... ... ... .. oo Bridge over Pyramid Creek, at Sampson' s ........... So Works oin main road near Gun bowerpre-emptive right... zoo Works on road to junction of Murray and Gunbower ... 7. Bridge or dam at Garden's, Barr Creek ........ oo ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 12 July 1878

W ANTED KNOWN that J. H UREN is clearing oat his Ready, and Owri ]Made Biots and Shoes at untrecedentlr low pries,--lower even than Sandhurst pi et Childrens BRots almost Riven away. Don. forget THREE SHILLINGS IN THE POUND ared tu : VAN T E D K- NO.W N. A qg?iniity of Galvanized Corrugate1 Iron slightly d antrid, on Sale Cheap Lara Lime always oa and.. ERIE-T BRANDR D TIMBER YARD & SAW 3ILL, canle - Hih street, Sondburs Xi ANTED KNOW { GEO. ADAMS is the only Anlthoried AGENT in KERANG and DrL rict for the Celorated SINGER'S Sexirn Machiane.. hri deio- NeedleF , Co-oasor OiMl and D=pli cates, alwayr on hand. Repairs done. Lessrns given. Time payments. SHIRE ADVERTISEMENTS. Shire of Swan Hill. NOTICE,. \TOTICE is hereby tven that a Courtt for i thoe Revision of th. Voters' Li-rt and cparste Voters' Lits of the several riens of the nh -e of Swan Hill. will be held at the Shie Hall, Keran, on MONDAY. the Fif reenth day of JULY instant, at 10 o clock a m: My order, C; 1 ALBRECHT...

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SWAN HILL. ANNUAL SUPPER AND BALL [?] SWAN HILL LODGE, M.U.I.O.[?] [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 12 July 1878

SWAN HILL. ANwUArL SUPPER AND BALL 0. S?'AN HILL LODGE, M.U.I.o.i rFROX our OWnws coE'IES-ND Th? quiet of this City'of the has been seriously disturbed for time past. Any stranger who mra had to pay Castle Donnington lately, must have notice'd that thing great was about to happen rthe most imaginative imagination have but faintly pictured the gl event that was about to awak usual monotnoy of a' Swan Hil ence. Friday, the 5th inst, on which the Oddfellows held ti nual jubilee, will be a day longr bered, and sIhtld an almanac published here it will doubt] marked in red letters. Ihereers fears as to the probability of wet ther deterring friends at a distance attending, for the arrangemen Been- so carefully looked to that the clerk of the weather had been perly squared by one of the female tion of the oddfellowship come 'the usual opening of a ball isgen tame in the extresie, the latent e, of the wallflower element not I thoroughly drawn out till after h s exercised its charms, but in e...

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MACORNA PLOUGHING MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 12 July 1878

MACORN-A PLOUGHING 1MATCH. ':r-oS oC owl RUEPO5Ea.] Tie second annual Macorna Flough-. :. r-:ch took place on Wednesday, i a paddock kindly lent for the oc "r -.. by Mr James Sumpter,Macorna. (i:- :o the extremely dry weather .-a-iled for some time. whereby t;i~ cund had become hard, the com _..:e were doubtful if it would not be - vble to postpone itunal aftera fall o' r? ' They.bowever wisely resolved -3 adhere to the date as first announced ..--r-b; prevented any disappointment Consderable interest has been taken -ir. this poughing match, it being the --r.e--l theme of conversation for some tie past, and being in fact one of the ricine evtents of the district for the v- r.' The site selected was a good ~-. and speaks well for the discrimi r'tio. of the site committtee (Messrs ie,,mnc. T. McDonald, and Prothero), v.ho ;cere appointed to select it. It vwa centrally situated, and was easy to rec. from a larde disrict. This was n;riffesed from the large number who ::ended. there bein...

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CROWN LANDS SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 12 July 1878

CROWN LANDS ;SALE. A sale of Crown lands was held at the Court House, Kerang, on Tuesday last. M r Rt C. Bristow conducted the sale. The following lots were offered: Parisah of loort, county of Gladstone, 19th section blook of Mr Chas. Robhe; ton. Upset price L1 is per acre; charge for survey, L13 11s; lot i, area 270a 3r 34p, allot 9, s.c F; valuation L401. Withdrawn. Parish of Yarrawalla, s ounty of Gunbower; at the .site of the late A McDonald's 19th section holding. Upset price, L1 4s per acre; charge for survey, Ll6. Lot 2, "srea 320a, allot 18, sec ; valuation L90. s - -- Malone, upset price. Parish of Loddon, county of Gunbower, 19th section block of Mr J C A Dickinson. Upset price L1 3s per acre; charge for survey L16 Lot 3, area 320a, allot 23, see B; valuation L136. --Ryland, upset price.   Parish of Marmal, county of Tatchera, east of Elizabeth'M Ivor's selection. Upset price, LI 5s per acre; charge for survey LL. Lot 4, area 3a, allot Q0A. J. Cullen, upset p...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 12 July 1878

t PROFESSIONAL. to ,1 JR g. WRIXON, to SOLICITOR, sc., OF THII es UEREM1 COURTS OF VICTORIA AND S EW SOUTII WALES of h (SollCTOR1 Fon TrtE Swa IIL.r. o 5I1srn: CoosnCl.), and a .O3IISSIONER of theSUPREME COURTS i. ictoril, South Australia, &New Znaland, 1 for Taking AliMdavit, &. ht -- It FFICE--PALL 3MALL, SANDITURST. InRrDctions can be left with Mr. C. E. Al ht, Rerang. MRS A. SHELLEY;. IUPIL OF IMR BUDDEE, EGS to announce that she gives instruction on the Pianoforte, at her residence, Ke S.Terms moderate. HOTELS. ERA-NG TJOTEL. OHIN CULLEN, PROPRIETOR. EST WI?ES AND SPIRITS IN STOCK. ood Accommodation for Travellers. Civility and moderate charges. J. W. TAVERNER, COMMERCIAL HOTEL, TXEQANG, BEGSS to notify that through the large in . crease in business ho is now making large additions to his premises, and will continue to Eupply first class hotel aecommodation. BRIDGE HOTEL, UPPER KERANG. D. M'INTYRE, PROPRIETOR. First-class Accommodation. Good stabling. The Belt B...

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RECOGNITION OF MERIT. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 19 July 1878

RECOGNITION OF MERIT. The gallant conduct of Mr AlfredY says the 'Rochester Express,' in end ing to save two fellow creatures drowning, at East Loddon in August drew forth much praise at the time, has now been recognised by the Vi Humane Society, a bronze medal been awarded to Mr Nixon. The tation of the medal will be of a public racter, and is to be made by fr W. WVebb, President of the Echuca shire noon on Monday next, at the shire o Rochester. Accompanying the medal a certificate engrossed on parchmene the effect that, " At a. general conr directors holden at theoffces of the Melbourne, on the 10th day of A: 1877, it was resolved that the courage humanity displayed by Alfred Nixi Serpentine, in having attempted save James Brouff and Thomas Drive East Loddon Station, on the 4th day July, 1877, by plunging into the dam, repeatedly diving after them, calls for admiration of this general court, and entitles him to the bronze modal of lb ciety, which is hereby awarded. A- brutal outra...

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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 19 July 1878

NEWS AND NOTES. The TFarrainbool 'Standard, July 9, supplies the followingndews from the wreck of the Loch Ard. Up to the 'th inst., of the goods recovered, only two dray.loads of about' a ton each hiad been sent away, the roads being so heavy that 12 bullocks were required for each dray to Camperdown, but this route was chosen in consequence of the difficulty of carriage across the Sherbrooke to Port Campbell. If is believed that the purchasers of the wreck have bought a schooner, which will be sent round,and there is some talk of taking the goods out of the gorge by means of a punt. No. boat has yet been out to the ship, but one is now be ing repaired for the purpose on the beach bf the gorge. Portions of bodies which have come ashore recently have been buried, and in one instance, where a body has been washed into an inaccessible gorge, it is gradually being covered by sand. Miss Carmichael, who is now in excellent health, will leave Glenample on the 10th inst. with Mr and Mrs Gi...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. London, July 15. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 19 July 1878

EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. BY SUBMbARINE TEP.LEGRAPH. (FROM THE ARGUS CORRESPONDENT.) London, July 15. In replying to a question by Mr Sullivan, the member for Louth, in the House of Commons, the -Attorney General said that the question of Sir Bryan O'Loghlen retaining his seat for Clare was one for the decision of the House. He declined to give an opi nion, and the question will be repeated to Sir Michael Hicks-Beach on Wed nesday. New South Wales has received the special grand prix for wool, in additioin to a gold medal, at the Paris Exhibi tion.

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THE NORTH WESTERN CANAL. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 19 July 1878

F7hnE NORT1i1nWESTERN CANAL. M,3r1.'?Coll, one of the originators of the GreatNorth-wistern Cranalschem7e, blis been on d;:visitfortthe last few days:to Mount; Gambier, (says the:Age) in compiny with Mr Davidson; C.E. These gentlemen have: been out malking a thorough examination of . the route 'of the proposedl canal,' dand Lae now about finishedtheirlabors. The~'36·der. Watch understands Mr Davidson's repiort will be highly favorable to the scheine.- Both gentlemen are satisfied that it will be very easy to connect Portland Day and the Glenelg River by canal, there being a chain of swamps that merely wait to be utilised for this purpose. The further construction of the canal from. Casterton to the Murray presents no insuperable difliculties. The country offers great facilities for the storage of water, and the opening up of the mallee by the canal will virtually add a new pro vince to Victoria. The soil in the mallee is described as first-class, and only. requires irrigation to mak...

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DEATH FROM THIRST. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 19 July 1878

DEATH FiROM THIRST. The following additional particulars of the sad end of the two brothers Prout, who, with others of the party, perished from thirst whilst-in search of pastoral country in the far western districts, are from the Darling Downs Gazette :-The sight of the bodies was a sad and mournful one. There were two others perished besides the Prouts, making four in all. The two brothers were found lying close together, clasping each other's hands. The brotherly love that had existed between them through life continued in the hour of death. The bodies of the other two white men lay a short distance apart. Twelve horses lay close at hand. All had evidently perished through thirst, as rations were found in the pack saddle bags. The partjy had not suc ceeded in reaching the Port Darwin tele graph line, and they could not have travel led more than eighteen or twenty days when-they had to succumb to their priva tions. While writing of the: disaster to Messrs Prout, we regret to state...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. LONDON, July 10. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 19 July 1878

EUROPEAN TELEGRIAMS. SLoNox, Jultl_10. - The Asian boundaries have been settled, and it is'expectedtthat' tle treaty will be signed on Saturday. 1 Consul Faweett reports that 88 villages have been burnt and pliundered by the Rus ians anud Bulgarians during the last two months. BEltLLt, July 10. IIoedel, who made the attempt on the life of the Emperor of Germany in Berlin, has been sentenced to death. LONDON, July 10. The Australian Eleven commenced a match today against 18 of South Wales at Swansea. The Australians went first to the wickets, and obtained 219 runs, of which Bailey contributed 45, being the highest scorer on his side. The Swansea team then went to the wickets, and were all got out for 94 runs. The game now stands as follows:-: Australian Eleven, first innings .. 219 South WVales Eighteen, first innings 04 LoNDON, July 11. Russia claims Bayazid in Asia Minor, to which England objects. The Berlin Congress has appointed a commission' of inquiry into the outrages j commit...

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 19 July 1878

EysRNifEW0 GAZEYI2E e following information is faken lastweek's Gazette: iilcaonsfor licenses approved : IJ eno 31la,:Loddon; 'G Helms aook; H Thomas :320a'Lod ' mly coBanson 320a, 'Loddon; 'E Loddon; J?Hattenbach 46a, 'it;'j I McLeod 80a, Yarrawalla; as iss 300x, Tn owel; J R Ingram , Tittybon ; Elizabeth -:Ieefian albert; T -Welsh 146a, Terrick E?ast; S Maxwell 318a, Gun aric A Htadio 320a, Gunbower and wen; F Kirk Ga, Mysia; Annie r 2Oa, Wycbitella; A W -Jones , ysia; DB eaton 163a, Mysia; W tchie 15, Mysia lications for leases approved :-F ban 22a, Ter Terr Terrick East; er 319, Boort; IH Reid 88a, rt; A Townsend :320a, lMologa; F te 320a, ologa; P Kelly 320a, ficha West; T Kelly 320a, Mmincha et; J Cassidy 320a, M\ologa; Wm nkerris 309a, Mologa; W Philpot ta, llologa; Elizabeth Binns 319a, rt; D HIerrick 223a, Macorna; P rtin 320a, 3ologa; Elizabeth West tt 320a, Marmal; E Reeves 299a, mal; Win Townsend 207a, Mologa; Smith 320a1 'ologa; Wm Westcott Ito, Marmal; M`IHarvey 320a, ...

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