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

AGRICULTURAL NOTES. The cold frosty nights still continue re tarding vegetation, but the days are fine, and with the further rains that fell a few days ago, this helps to benefit the early sown grain crops. The cold weather has in some instances an injurious effect on the flocks in the Bendigo district, in the lambing season, and feed is not very plentiful, stell on the whole, the season has been favorable for sheep farmers, and owners of stock generally, as well as agriculturalists, and the plentiful supply of rains must be pro ductive of much benefit to the selectors in the newly settled districts. The ]iendigo Agricultural Society has (says the Australasian (wisely altered the date of its spring show, which has been fixed inadvertently for the Melbourne race week, which is also the regular fixture for the National Agricultural Society's show. The show of the Bendigo- Society is to he held on the 23rd and 24th of October. It is now understood that the National show at Geelong will...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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DREADFUL MASSACRE. SYDNEY, Thursday week. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 19 July 1878

DR,IADFUL MASSACRE. SYDNEY, Thursday week. The City of Mellourne arrived last night from Noumea. The following are-the par ticulars of a terrible revolt of natives in the Dirial and. Boularpari districts, which are about JO miles distant from Noumea. On' the 25th ult. it was reported that five gend armes had been attacked and murdered, and that a murderous onslaught had also been made on the farmers. The Sudre was at once despatched to the scene of the.conflict. Everyone in the meantime was astounded, so utterly unexpected was the outbreak. .On Wednesday information was received that the environs of Durail were in flAmes, and that twenty-one whites had been known to be massacred, the revolt spreading to wards Boularpari, which is 30 miles nearer Noumea. On Thursday morning came still more alarming intelligence. It was said that many colonists and others in the Boular pari districts had been massacred. The fu gitives who came in confirmed the terrible news, and caused, as might have ...

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SELECT POETRY. THE ICEBERG. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 19 July 1878

.SELECT .POETRY._ "THE ICEBERG' I coinefroni the ,hores ofithe frozen sea, Where Erebus cladin streams of fire, Revengeful; thund'ring, veits his ire. I come from theland 'of eternal snows, '~here the fur seal sports 'mid the cold ice floes, Where theLeviathanrolls inmajesticpride, Andthe penguin dives 'neath the icebound tide. I ride on the billows all robed in white, Like a plantom weird in the pale moon light ; No g llant ship half so proud as I, As I dash the foam from my bulwarks high. In my caverns dark the wild winds play, As'I plough the deep on my lonesome way. The good ship shuns at the tempest's roar, The coral sharp, and the rock bound shore ; But the Iceberg dread unseen is nigh. No mark on the mariner's chart have I, The good ship leaps to the surging gale, And the seamen reel as they shorten sail; But a spectre pale from the drift I loom To herald them down to the briny tomb. Then a deafening crash, a despairing cry, But I bury them deep as I pass them by. Ballarat, 1...

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FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE. Saturday, 13th July. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 19 July 1878

FAMr[ A.N) D.AIRYT PRODUCE. Saturday, 13th July. 3ssrs loll?s. \VWhite, and Co. report:- Tihe market for fresh butter during the past week shllowed no improvement, the supply bheing fully up to requiremeonts. Prices realised far fro'u satisfactory to sellers. Eggs are still scarce, and conunaid high figures. Other des criptions of produce unaltered. Our sales were: Fresh butter. 7.?d to 11 d per lb; potted do, 5d to SI par Ib; eggs,' 1s 7d to Is 1i par dozen: cheese, 6.d' to 10d per lb; bacon, ?T'd to 01 per lb; hamn, 01 to lit per lb. Poultry. Turkeys, Os d l to ls par pair; fowls, 2s (id to 4s l1, par p-air; ducks, 4s (11 to 5s per pair; geese, 6s to 7s Gd per pair. Messrs J hn Kay .nd Co. report - A large supply of prohtca, all of which has been cleared at following quotations. Our s:ales were:-Fresh butter, 8:1 to Isn 2d per Ib ; patted do, (ii toS1 per lb for primeo; bacon. (d to 10ld perlb; hams, l)d perlb; honey, 4d to 5d par 1lb; lard, 5d to 7d per 16 ; potatoes, L4 to L4 5s...

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A CORRECTION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERANG TIMES [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 19 July 1878

A CORRltETION.. To TEo EDITon-oP THE KcERAnG TIem SIR,--Your report of the meeting of the Swan Hill ShireCouneil does but scant justice to my reply to the interjection -of Councillor Booth, to the effect that he supposed "the Bank of Victoria opened a branch at 'erang, for the benefit of the shire "-I at once accept ed Councillor Booth's-suppositin, -and added that, althouch in the first ! instance, the bank regarded it's own possible interest', the step -was collaterally most benefically to :the rate payers ani the shire Vould any sane man of business place confidence in a banking institu tion which woa so-ignorant or so regardless of its interests as to speculate in fresh branch esteb lishments. unless for the benefit of its sharn holders ? Yours obediently, lH. 'July, 187 Hulseberg, 18th July, 1878.

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THE SUSPENSION OF THE TWO WORLDS. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 19 July 1878

THiE,. SUSPENSI0N-op i TWO WORLDS.,, I The Two Woilds, a sixten pe plement, Pi blished wrekly in Es wiith the AMaryboreoulhAdrertisr'e o two: years past, has not been issued io e last week or two. This publicatio t?, advocated the re-incarnation doctri" attaicked all the existing faiths of Ch dom as so much superstition andidolat it appears, to be brought out again sh~. in Melbourne, Some idea of the i ground and ' exalted' views, taken bs editor and principal writer of this 5 periodical, and of his self-assured belief his mission, may be had by the follo extract, from the leading article in the issue of the Two Worlds: SThe work for whidh the T Worlds was established has been complished, at any rate for a s For the first time, since the last of Holy Scriptures were written, has it t, made known to men through these colum what is the true at-one-ment; what is inward crucifixion ; what is the meann, the six days of Creation, and of the ' Sabbath ; what is the origin of man; V is the ...

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THE AUSTRALIAN CRICKETERS IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 19 July 1878

STHE AUSTRALIAN CRICKETERS IN ENGLAND'. The Australian Eleven commenced a match to-day at Leicester against eleven of Leicestershire. There was'a large attendance on the ground, num bering 0o,ooo. It was a splendid playing wicket, and some large scores were made. The County Eleven went in first, and their first innings closed for r93, of which Sankey made 70, Wheeler. 6o, Panter and 'Collier 20 <each. The Australians in their first innings had scored 14 without the loss of a wicket when the stumps were drawn. .The following is the score': LEICESTERSIiRE ELEVEN. First Innings. Sankey"... ... 0...... 70 J. Wheeler .. .. ... 6o Janter .... .... 2o C. Marriott .7.. ... ... 7 :Collier ... ... ... ... 20 Parnham... ... ...... o Rodwell ..... ..... . 4 Walter . ..... ... 2 A. Rylott ..... ... 4 Cawdon ... ........ 2 -Bishop -...... ...... o Sundries... ... ... 4 Total ... .. ...r.93 AUSTRALIAN 'ELEVEN. S First Innings. Bannerman, not out. ... 6 Murdoch, not out ...... 8 t,:thl n...

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THE TRAGEDY AT JARKLAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 19 July 1878

THE-TRAGEDY AT JAi$LtAN. :(rM OUt ou YW litEPORTi?k) Some little consternation was caused it Jarklan on Saturday last, when it be come known that Mrs M. M'Leod was missing. Searchivas made'ftr her the whole of that day without success. On Sunday morning the search was resum ed, when her son in company with a man'named Dobie found the body in a paddock lelonging to a Mr McIvor. When found the deceased .presented a horrible appearance, the body partly nude and frightfully mutilated, a por tion having been eaten by animals probably pigs. The body was lyingin a pool of blood - The grass near -was also besmeared with blood. In the afternoon portions of the deceased miss ing dress were'found'in different parts of the bush. - The police were at once commuicated with, and Constable Arm strong of Durham Ox, telegraphed to the coroner. On the Monday an in quest wvas held at Mr Hardy's Four .Posts Hotel, by Mr Strickland. when the following evidence was taken. Detective Alexander examined the ...

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THE NEW BOOT. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 19 July 1878

THE NEWV BOOT. It is a little singular how well a pair boots can be made to fit at the store. u may not be'able to get your foot" lv part way down the leg at the first al, but that is because your stocking hot, or you haven't started right; d the shoemaker suggest, that you rt again and stand up to it, and he ows a little powder from:a pepper , to.'id you. And so you stand ,and pound down your foot and rtly trip yourself up, and your eyes' ck out in an un ieasant manner, and cry vein in your body appears to be the point of busting, and all the ile that dealer stands around and es the operation as intently as 'if the ioleaflair was perfectly new and novel him. When your foot as finally ck bottom there is a- faint expres on on your mind that you have step d into an open stove : but he "re oves it by solemnly observing that never saw a boot fit quite as good that. You may suggest that your e presses too hard against the front, that some of the bones in the 'side Sthe foot are too much ...

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POPPING THE QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 19 July 1878

OPPING r THE QUESTION. Our lady' radears will be shocked to learn that there lives a man with soul so dead, as to glory in hIaving xtracted'from lovers bow theiirsweetheaits behaved; When put to the- momentous question. A-hun @'eda nd for'T stoutly mantained that they had not said a single word, each and all significantly remarking : " Actions speak louder than words." Two of the remain ing gentlemen asseverated that when they proposnd, the betwitehing maidens respect fully murmured: " Oh, John ! you don't mean 'it! ' This is too much happiness! too .much! I never thought you loeed me ! It's, yes. yes; I've loved, loved you, oh, so long and now to be so happy, so blest !" These young men both confess ed they would rather the young ladies had not been so talkative about the matter just at that time. The last of the hun dred and forty-three happy lovers, said lie, had not gone through more than a quar ter of a very carefully-prepared proposi tibn, before the girl-a blonde, Weighing so...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 19 July 1878

TRADE ADDRESSES. WILLIAMB' LANDING WHARF, GANNAWAXRA, AT THE GUNEOWER JUNCTION. H ENRY WILLIAMS notifies that steamers to and from Echuca, call at his wharf 'weekly to landgoods. H. W. willbe ready to take delivery of all goods consigned to him, and forward same to owner's address NO £1'tlE H. CHITTOCK PAINTER AND PAPERHANGER. O PDEI:S can be left in care of G. Adams, Scoresby strcct. Keranc. C..untry orders promptly attended to. NO TICE. W. F. BROWN, TINSMITH & PLUMBER. O RDERS can he 1.ft at J. Jorgensen, Tim ber Meu:chant, Nolan street, Kerang. Country orders promptly attended to. Gannawarra Steam S A WMILLS. R EDGUM of all sizes and lengths for build ingpurposes in stock and cut to earer. PICKETS, SHINGLES, BLOCKS;A,'., -ALWAYS ON HLEAD. • T. BUZZA, -PropHietor. T. & M. MARTIN B EG to announce to tbshe Public of-Kerang and surrounding District, that they have 'commenced business as B U 7 --C H .E -t S In Kerang, and trust'by-supplying first-class GO IDS ti receiv...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 19 July 1878

PROFESSIONvL. 4 I. WRIXON, SOLICITOR, &c., OF THEi rlRE`lE COURTS OF VICTORIA AND hEW SOUTH WALES (SOLICITOR Fon TIlE SWO HII.LL SmIlu COUNCIL); and a MIIISSIOEERof theSUPREMIB COURTS [Victoria, South Austr'ain, & New Zealand, for Taking Allidavits, &c. - " FFICE-PALL MALL, SAlNDIIHUST. Intrctioscan be left with' Mr. C. E;..Al t, Kerang. MRS A. SHELLEY, UPIL OF MR BUDDIEE, 'GS to announce that she gives instrhction "on the Pianoforte, at her residence, Xe y Torms moderate. HOTELS. ERANUG OTE L. t OHN CULLEN, PROPRIETOR. ST WI ES AND SPIRITS IN STOOCK. d Accommodation for Travellers. Civility and moderate charges. J. W V TAVERNER, COMMERCIAL HOTEL, KERAEG, EEGS to notify that through .th large' in crease in busihiess he is now making largo dditions to his premises, and will continue to pply first class hotel accommodation. SRIDG E H OTE L, UPPER KERANG. :: D. M'INTYRE, PROPRIETOR.' First-class Accommodation: Good stabling. TheBest Brands of Wines and Sipirits'...

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MINISTERIAL VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 19 July 1878

MINISTERIAL VISIT.-IBy private tele gram we learn that the Hon. J. Woods, Commissioner of Railways, will start for Kerang this morning, by way of Eaglehawk and the Terricks. TnE TELEPHoaE.-Experiments with the telephone were tried last night be tween Kerang and Swan Hill telegraph offices. Questions and answers were transmitted freely.' "Thy Face," sung by a lady at Swan Hill, was heard very plainly at Kerang. On the question being put, "How's the baby "T the answer came back from Swan Hill, " Very welL" CoNCERT AT SWAN HiaL.-Our Swan Hill correspondent informs us by tele graph that the concert in aid of the Church building Fund was a great suc cess, notwithstanding the inclement state of the weather. "A full report will ap pear in our next issue. BoYLE's ]Iomebush' Hotel, Mitiamo, has been sold by auction, with adjoining ~freehold. property of 283 acres, for £1,450. LocA LAi-D Bo&iDm.-The Local =Land B ard will sit at the Court House on Friday next, -iuly-26. The list of ep...

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The Kerang Times AND SWAN HILL GAZETTE. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. KERANG, JULY 19, 1878. THE FORTHCOMING ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 19 July 1878

AND SWAN HILL GAZETTE. P55U5UED WEEKLY. KERANG, JULY 19, 187 8. THE FORTHCOMING ELECTIONS. THI. time for the annual election of Councillors for the various Shires is fast approaching. It therefore behoves the ratepayers to be alive to their. in terests, and see that they are properly represented at the Ctmncil board by -electing gentlemen best -qualified for that position. Several attributes are essentially necessary in ahy.geritleman who ;aspires to the position of Coun ciilo'r. In the-first'instance, he should possess: a :genera! 'knoledge 'bf the district he desires to represent. Though -he may. not -possess.a ?enowledge of every want, real or imaginative, if he possesses a general familiarity with the district he can readily comprehend the wants of any district. A general is preferable to a local knowledge, :as in some instances where a representa tive will be attentive to the whole dis trict. in the other he will pay most at tention to the locality in which he re sides, at the ...

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ARRIVAL OF THE SUEZ MAIL. ALBANY, July 11th. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 19 July 1878

ARRIVAL OF THE SUEZ MAIL. 'iALm2aNY, July.llth,. brolke following is a summary of news ught by the Tanjore :- . -It is said that sixty persons lost their lives in the conspiracy on behalf of ex-Sultan Murad, but every attempt is made by the officials to hush the matter up, though the conspiracy and the fire at the Sublime Porte together have produced great alarm in Go vernment circles. Austrian troops have occupied the for tress of Ada Kalis in the Danube, the Turks having evacuated the position. At a secret sitting of the Austrian dele gation, Count Andrassy declared his deter mination to defend Austrian interests by force of arms if slighted at the Congress. !Until quite recently American advices have continued to report great activity on the part of Russian agents in securing a cruiser fleet. Contracts have been entered into for 21 boats, four steam launches, and torpedoes. The Imperial Bank of Russia has advanced the Cruiser Committee two million roubles free of interest,., and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 19 July 1878

W-ANTED. WITANTED Situation by Trustworthy Man' , Found, Careful, and Ob!iging. If de sired, can intrnect Children*English. Addresr, W. care of Mr Patchell, Kerang. W ANTED KNOWTY.i A quaniity of Galvanized Corrugated Iron slightly damaged, on Sale Cheap Lara Lime always on hand. EtNET -.BI A NDT. ":TI.MBeR YARD.& SAW MILLS, "cmden -High street, Saaidhurs .k7 ANTED KNOWN. GEO. ADAMS is the only Authorised` AGENT in .-iERANG and District for the: Celebrated -SLNGER'S Sewing -Machines. Shurtles, Needles, Cottons, Oils, and Dupli cates, always on hand. Repairs done. Lessons given. 'Time payments. -NO T.-I-CE . 1I ENDERS will b received up to Wddnesday. 1 4he 31sttJuly, at 8 p.m., tur 'Labor and Material for completing BRICK-. 'WORK of Church of England,. Kerang. -Plans ad Specificationa- may be seen, and -Forms of tender-obtained, at the Shire 1111, -Kerang. KThe lowest or any tender will not neces-arily beaccepted. :CIAS. -'E.-ALBRECHT, Secretary. KERANGMECHANICS'INSTITUTE -AN...

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STOCK REPORTS. Sandhurst, 16th July. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 19 July 1878

STOCK REPORTS: Sandhurst, 16th July. Messrs. Powers, Rutherford,and Co. report : -Fat Cattle.--453 yarded, a larger proportion than usual being from fair to prime quality, a considerable number being exceptionally good. Throughout sales were dull at about last week's rates. We quote beef 15s to 22s 6d per 100 lbs; and have sold 07 head, mixed sexes, for Messrs Pattison, Highett, Marshall, Humbert, Upton, Turner. and others, to All for bullocks. Fat Calves.-10d comprised the supply, and as this number is in excess of our wants, sales were dull at a fall of from 5s to 10a on last week's rates. Our sales were 41 for Messrs Humbert, Upton, Turner, and I~ighett, from 31s to 4 5s. Fat Sheeop.-6,820 penned; one half good to prime mutton, the remainder inferior to stores. For all suitable lots there was a good demand at recent prices. Stores also sold satisfactorily. We quote wethers 8s to 14s, ewes G6 to 11s ; and have sold 441 wethers from the north at 14s, and 526 for Messrs ly. Harse an...

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DURHAM OX. TUESDAY, July 16. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 19 July 1878

DURHiIAM -OX. itsoar Os- own eonssasroii] TeesDaY, July16. It is astonishing how the ,judgment of individuals is biassed by circum- p :stances. ,If one of the Loddon ,Valley •Railway 'Ieague, (say the President)i was asked to give a candid and:impar - tial judgment as to the best route :for b the proposed line of railway :to the P city of the plainit is more than probable s that the equally unbiassed opinion of a Mr Albrecht would be found to be t diametricaly opposite. -I think itprob- f able if these eentlemen lived in Mel- d bourne, and-were disinterested parties if brouiglit into ,the district, and asked c to give an opinion tthey would agree.i Now thata deputation representing the C advocates of each of the best routes d have interviewed'the Commissioner of r Railways, kntdaireditheir eloquence in. tu giving an equally impartial outline. of ii their particular pet scheme. No doubt eaclf side is sanguine of success; well =tmpusornnia revdat. Ina few weeks the a doubts of some wi...

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DEEP OR SHALLOW PLOUGHING. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 19 July 1878

DEEP 01 SHALLOW PLOUGHINTG. Did anyone ever hear of the temple if Janus, that stood in a centre of a.plaint It had a hundred sides, no two alike; approached by a hundred roads, each. of which ended but up against its special side. with no way of retreat but to go otrnaiht bhack again, No pilgrim to this shrine ever saw but one side, and his "tale of wonder" when he got home nagin was of that alone. "'-Deep or sballowing ploughing" is anmyth of the sort. If a farmer finds shallow work the best on his farm, let him show his sense by sticking to it; but if another has proved deep furrows the best for him, don't let us try to argue him outof it. 'What is the use of a hundred , melt' standing around a temple and_ scolding each other while none of them- can see any of the others l--Extrat. Chilblains' being proverbial at this season of the year, it- will: be gratifying to parents to know that' one -ounce. of kerosene oil, added to one -grain' of morphine, is a.great alleviating anti dote....

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CORRESPONDENCE. SABBATH SCHOOLS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERANG TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 19 July 1878

:CORRESPONDENCE. T SA3BATH SCHOOLS. To TE EDITO OF THE E KEBa,?G TTes. SIR,--Yo r Y issue of the 5th'July -contains a paragraph headed "Sunday School.' .You state '"it is-gratifying to record that -steps are being taken to establish a Sunday School".an event which '!parents must hail with -pleasure \ko." -Now as more than one Sunday School has been conducnted in:Herangfor a long timo past, and one at least as uneectarian as that now sought to:be -established, and I think it would be no assumption to say as efficiently a-d we:l c ndocted as the new -school, I think it-scarcely fair to those who have been for years employedin the work, and who hare devoted both time and money, and as in the case of Mr Dash in pain and weakness too,;that their efforts should be eompldtely ignored while others snatch the honors for themselves. Nor doesit seem quite in keeping with one Christian precept' " As ye would that we should do to you &c." Let them teach of all manner of means,'and all ro...

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