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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 26 October 1877

Mr Clark, the member for Sandhurst, brought a subject under the attention of the Minister of Education on Tuesday well worthy of consideration. He stated that the exhibitions annually offered by. the Government as rewards to clever pupils were only obtainable by youths who could pass in extra subjects. He contended that as the object of offering such awards to industry and ability was that the poorest boy inthe State mightrise to eminence, the purpose was defeated by the regulation, and either the subjects in which exhibitions were conducted should be made free, and included in the ordinary State school cur riculum, or such examinations- should be conducted only in those subjects that were now taught in the ordinary State school Scourse.-Age.

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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WOODS' AMERICAN REAPER AND BINDER. SUCCESSFUL TRIAL AT LEICHARDT. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 26 October 1877

WOODS' AAfERICAY REAPER n ANYD BINDER. d SUCCESSFUL TRIAL AT LRICHAIRDT. 0 On Monday afternoon, October 22nd, a sa trial of the celebrated American reaping and binding machine, (which gained a goldO medal at the annual show of the Royal1 Agricultural Society in England lately, andi also a silver medal at Athjy, in Ireland,° where it was found to work to great per fection,) was madeon Mr A. Beeson's farm ta at Leichardt, near the Inglewood railway h line, and about fifteen.miles from Sand- L hurst. The weather was very fue, and thei attendance of farmers and others taking an interest in agricultural progress, was very O good, from 700 to 800 persons being pre- h sent. Nearly a hundred conveyances were on the spot, most of the leanding agricultu- ai ristsand business people from the surround- d ing towns and district being present, in- d eluding a considerable number of ladies,who it came in buggies. Several visitors camep from Sandhurst, Inglewood, Castlemaine, hi Durham Ox, and more...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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THE BANQUET. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 26 October 1877

Tun BANQUET.-All the necessary pro parations for the banquet are being rapidly 1made, and the excitement of the residents in and about the district seems to be inten sifyin.g as the time fixed for it approaches. An immense concourse of people are ex pected in the township to-morrow, and we {feel perfectly confident that Saturday, the 27th of October will. not be forgotten for many a daiyby the electors and population generally of Kerang. By telegram from Sandhurst, we learn that the members of the Ministry and other invited guests, for the Casey banquet here, reached Sandhurst last night, and would start at an early hour this morning for KIerang. I A ExrPLdANATION.-A paragraph ap peared in our issue of the 12th inst., writ ten by a contributor of this journal, under the noit c plutme of " Warrigal." Dr Ras trick thouglht the paragraph referred tohim, and naturally fools Ihurt, if we Imay judge from his language. We regret that the doctor should have taken it to himself, as Sthe para...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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DURHAM OX. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 26 October 1877

DURHtAM. OX. ay [FnoRe A ConRESPONDENT OF THIE Bm Doo EvureDoG NEWS.] ire A meeting of the Board of Advice 247, on East Loddon riding of the Swan Lill Shire, was held atthe Durham Ox State school, on the sixteenth instant. From the read x- ing of the minutes of the previous meeting of the Board of Advice, held at or the Yarrawalla State school, it appears that id. this board has been for some time in a very disgraceful state; no meeting had Shees convened by the correspondent for Ug several month. At lensth the chairman (Mr ed euncan mFKenzie,) convened a meeting and Mr J. Myles, J.P., was appointed corres n- pondent pro tem,the correspondent nothav cds Ingput in an appearance. It was,however, so made lnown that his absence then was oc of casioned by the death of his wife. The ce reading of the minutes referred to, disclosed that an application from the residents of the rs Canary Island, who had been vainly peti d. tioning for school instruction for their chil s- dren for twelve mon...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 26 October 1877

\ SPECIAL ADVERTISEENTS. iE BANK OF VICTORIA. *INOiPORATED a ACT or COUNCILI A BRANCH of this BANK is now L opened at Swan Hill, for the tran section of general banking business. . By order of the board, Rt. SIANN, Acting-General Manager. Bank of Victoria, Head Office, Melbourne, 20th May,1877. THE NATIONAL BANK OF . AUSTRALASIA. A &BANCH of this BIANK is now Opened atKerang, for-the transac tion of ordinary banking business, under themanagementof Mr James Calvert. By order of the Board of Director., F. G. SMITII, OChief Manager. fleid Office, Melbourne, 7thAugust, 1877. THE BANK OF VICTORIA. SA BRANOCHof tiis BANK has opened . at Kerang for General Banking Bu :-stallowed on deposits. issued on all parts of the world. TiE BANQU J. F. OGILB3Y, - ;I ActinglMIanager. -There can ble "oria, st t September, 1875. Sto~y reward toan ___________ lie benefactor, STR LIA liamentarr career.I 5 R IflB i ,ort nee&aufiru U ROPEAN BANK (LIMITED.) A BIRANCIH of this RA`K has been. Op...

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The Kerang Times AND SWAN HILL GAZETTE. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. KERANG, OCTOBER 26, 1877. CO-OPERATIVE FARMING INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 26 October 1877

LAND SWAN HILL GAZETTE. - - PLISHED WEEKLY. KERANG, OCTOBER 26, 1877. CO-OPERATIVE FARMINiVG IN DUSTRY. Any proposition which, in its de velopment and practical application has a tendency to reduce the an tagonism between capital and labour, is deserving of attentive and favour able consideration. The more espe cially in this case, when the proposi tion is susceptible of application in a manner that will increase the pro fits of labour,as wellas the dividends, or interest, of capital, with reciprocal advantage to both. In the old, yet new and even perpetual warfare be tween capital and labour, the latter has always been at a disadvantage from want of organisation, and the guerilla tactics in which each free laborer is a " free lance " fighting on "his own hook."I However astute the plan:" to go it,alone" may be3in the game of " euchre," it is not given to - everyone to go it alone with success in agriculture, or any other branch of the industrial or business game of life's warfare. ...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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EAST LODDON SHIRE COUNCIL. Friday, October 19. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 26 October 1877

EAST LODDON SIIRE COUNCIL. Friday, October 10. The council met at eleven a.m. Present 5 The President (Mr.; Hardy), Messrs. Ed re wick, Potter, Iiatt, Lethlean, and Ra leigh. Fd CORIESPONDENCE. S From the Treasury, asking for name of m office to which payments must be forwarded. Received. From Blake and Reigall, solicitors, Mel bourne, in reference to an informal petition. Received. From Warrnambool Shire Council, ask ing for assistance to endeavour to get an amendment of the Local Government Act, et. to give the various shires the power to make differential rates in each riding. RIe ceived. From Shire of Dundas, in re free rail way passes for shire and borough council le lors, while on public duty. The council appeared to have no symnpathy with the sub ; ject. The letter was received. P- Fronm Echuca Shire Council, asking for co-operation to bring about an amendment 1e of the 520th section of the Local Govern ment Act, so as to charge the general re d venue a fair and reasonable am...

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ATTEMPT TO INJURE THE MELBOURNE CUP FAVORITE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 26 October 1877

ATTEMPT TO INJUlRE TIHE MEL BOURNE CUP FAVORITE. On Saturday evening last a villanous at tempt was made to injure Woodlands, the Melbourne Cup favourite. From what Cook, his trainer says, remarks the Age, it ap pears that whilst he and the stable lads were havingtheir tea, some evil-disposed person, evidently acquainted with the premises, threw into the colt's box, the bottom half of a broken porter bottle and three sharp-edged oyster shells cluns tered together. Luckily the favorite sustained noinjury,but had he chanced to -hase-- troddsu-nn-ontsher.-of the dangerous missles, the consequences would inevitably have been very serious indeed. The broken bottle was wet directed under the colt's feet, and he actually laid down upon it, the glass, cutting through. one of his rugs. The perpetrator of this atrocious act gained access to the stalls by standing on an eupty box placed naainst the door and forcing in the fanlighlt. The trainer says he was not absent from the stables a quarter ...

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SELECT POETRY. THE POOR SEWING-GIRLS. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 26 October 1877

:.:SE L. ET ?QET RY. THE POOR SEWYPING-GIRLS. Late in the night. when the inatch dog is growling, . When nonebut the thief and the rufian are 'Tprowling, 'Tis then, through the storm; the wind and the rain, Poor sewing-girls hurry home fast, and in pan;. Stitching all day with aching bead Stitching all night, till nearly dead Stitching, we know, for their daily bread; Stitching with hearts as heavy as lead. Glad to escape-in storm, wind, and rain, Better far that, than half-stifled remain; Better go out in the cold-in the street, Perhaps morehumanitythere we may meet. Sewing all day, with aching limbs, Sewing to gratify some ladies' whims; Sewing till far on into the night, Sewing and cutting imupairing out sight.' Hurrying home through the mud and the gloom, Away once again from that stifling room; AhI little do you,who are peacefully sleep ing, Ever dream of the sewing-girl trudging hleame weeping. Now father and mother, likewise sister and brother, Oh, strive to your utmost this ...

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[?]ANDHURS' AGRICULTURAL AND HORTICULTURAL SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 26 October 1877

SANDHURST AGRICULTURAL AND HORTICULTURAL SHOW. The spri show of horses, cattle, ep, grilturl and dairy produce, egetables, ;uit, wine, beer, agricultural plementamachinery, dogs, pigs, &c,-was pnod no fednesday under the auspices of the Bendigo Agricultural Society, in the hor yardsiext Park street,below the gaol Sometimeunco,owing to certificatesbeing given ijted of money-prizes, for the best I exhibits insome of the leading classes, and from oter causes, it was feared p e ohoy would be a great fail- p but owing to the extension of me for ntries, the list filled up wonder ully, suchat nearly a thousand exhibits ere entced on the books last night, there ii jg noess than 241 of implements and c achiner, whilst 118 entries were made t f horse stock, and 48 of buggies and d nes. In cattle and sheep there were only 27sntered for each, and but 5 pigs. e )airy poduce was represented in all by1 $2 exbhits, and there were in poultry 77, t vegetates 59, fruit 24, flowers 87, flowers ...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. LONDON October 20th. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 2 November 1877

SEUROPEAN.TELEGRAa - , - ON- ; October I 2Oth. SThe Lusitaniareached Suez in 26and ialf days from; Australia.,: Cleopatral neodle hia been -recovered. The Tanji. left Galle.!for Australia on the 1f'* Money is easier -iniLondon. In the o B m;irket the rate'is three quarters perC below. the bink rate. Consols, 9G recovery:has taken place in the stock B kets: Colonial securities have adrand Wool is in good demand at private ia' Wheat is weik, and.imports heavy . tralian;,66s.,to 68s. L ON : . " oN October, 21l A Tiirkisr official despitah denies:. t Rachid 'Pasha capitulated after the battl" in Asiab n the loth;,but states that he, cpies a astrong position at FHassantepe,wi Muklitar'Pashl , near Aaldjudagh , SThe Russian atillery reserves have '.' called o.ut. SIt is' anniounced at" Bucharest thati Ruhinsniani s thrice unsucceasfully a1tfcktl the Gravitza redoibt' at 'PlevIna, tr. Ai de?satch froml Osman Pasha :tat that'the Russians attacked: their right 'n the' 19th, ad were repulsed ...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 2 November 1877

S IIPOUNDINGS., EcnccA.-Impounded at Echics, 23rd Octo ber, 1877, by John MeAnuff--Trespass Id Yellow heifer, no visible brand. Samedate, by Timothy O'Sullivan-Bay mare, band tail, white spots along back, off fore fetlock enlarged, 8 over PS near shoulder, HOG or HOO off rum--Trespass Id; bay entire colt, white face, near hind fetlock white, progeny of No. 217, no visible brand.-Trespass 20s. If not claimed and expenses paid, to be sold on 28th November 1877.: Geo. Jamieson, poundkeeper. Iso:r.Ewoon-Impounded at Ingleweod, by Mfr William Wright: White steer, point off sear, like OorG off rump. By iIr Philip Daw son: Dark-bay or !brown mare, star and snip, white hind feet, like IM over HH over B near shoulder, old scars near hind leg. If not claimed and expenses paid, to be sold on 21st November, 1877. "Philip Dawson, pound Skeeper. * Echca.--Iiipounded at Echuca,5th October, 1877, by John McAnuff.-,Trespass id-B:oy cob horse, star and snili, RP near -houlder, 6 and star near ribs. I...

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TREATMENT OF PEACHES FOR APHIS. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 2 November 1877

TRE.TM+IIENT O' F PEaCIIES FOR ,, I In the.course of last summer a paragr ap asvey .widelv circulated, extolling the irtues.of the tosmito plant as a banisher tbo aphis. It' was said that if tomatoes were l grown under oar in proximity to peach trees aphis wouldnotappear, and that an infusion of 'the bruised' leaves and stems applied through a syringe would, destroy, the insect, or, at least, get rid of it.. Tomatoes, there fore,.should be grown 'largely, not only for thelfruit,but also for the sake of the foliage', aphis beind a comnion pest of other.plantsi th n `peashes; indeed, the number of culti-. gated frdits, flowers, and vegetables affected. by aphis is so considerable that, any easily applied remedy must be extremely valuable" It would be interesting to kndo whether the tomato plant has bee. successfully applied to such' purpose~s ithis Eountrvy,the present b!ein the proper time of year for sowing or plantieg itnout. To determine whether ite presence has caused the absence...

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ARARAT AND HAMILTON RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 2 November 1877

ARARAT AND HAMILTON. ,RAII-, The?opening of the Ararat .and Hamil ton 'railway was celebrated (the, Arga say`s) '`on Friday, by a deminonstration, in vll'dlichiearly the whole of the Western district toklr'psrt. A laige .number of visitori :from the .metropolisi and. from Geelong, 3allarat, and Ararat, - were. present.? His:- Excellency tiie Governor was heartily received at the Hamilton rail way i station by a crowd of not less than 7,000 persons; and the proceedings through. oudt were conducted with the utmost enthu siasm :' fter!the formal opening, a ban qnet was held in.the old Lands office, at which .there' were ` about :500 .gentlemen. His Excellenoy made a speech, in the course of aliiich-he recommended to both. Houses of the Legislature apolicy of: moderation, and c ompromise. IMr.. Voods, in.. his speech, expressed great satisfaction at. the floinrishihng state of the district. Mr. IMac pherson .'made aa 'soniewhat lugubrious speechi; indicating, ?apparently, an inten tion'...

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PARLIAMENTARY. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 2 November 1877

PARLIA IENTARY. After" the -educatioin vote was passed without a division; in the : Assembly on Wednesday night,- tle 24th -:instant, the HIouse adjourned till Tuesday last, when a supplybilifor ES)3,033, w.s passed through all its stages. .-Thb Assemblv then took the message of theCoiincil on the RIailway. Bill into cons.derationi. Mr Berry at. once moved that the bill be laid aside, and thata committee be appointed to draw up a state ment, giving tie reasons to the Council why! the Lower House consideredl the actioa . of the Upper House in reference to the bill ias a breah of their priviieges. This w.s done, and-the Speaker. and Messrs Lalor,: Grant, Casey, Munro, and Ch;ef Secretary, were appointed the committee. In?a'. few minutes their report was'brought.up, and I forwaided' o the Upper IsIae, anl the de- | bate upon.ihe eubject on- the motion of Service, w'o tbirovs .lof this courie, ;was adjourned tillnext day. I: Loagsnara. In answer to MJr Sharpo, saii it was by a departmen...

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PRACTICAL CHRISTIANITY WHAT IS WANTED. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 2 November 1877

? RACTICLT C WCI3RTISINITY WiT . IS,1WANTED . e' Wowant agreligiorn that bears heavily not only on the "' exceedin sinsmfulnes of sin;',but on the tceeding rascality ofl .ilan and ste:ding; a religioRn tliat I nishes- small measures 'frmi tio' hrun ter, small, baskets fron the stall, pebbles frdm-,,the cotton -;bags; clay from :.the paper, sand from the suar, chicory fromrt the coffee, alum from the bread, 'and water, from the milk-cans. ? e'ieligioni that?: will eveni' izake tlhe publicani sell" brandy, whei'-asked' foir a-t, vand not, som'e deleterious -'ribbish rmaddening: , poiso:i. The rreligion that is to save: the.I world rwill not put all the big strawberries-at the the top* and all the litl' oies 'at the bottom "It will not niakolalf of 'a pair of shoes of goad' leither' andthe' other half .ofpodor. leather so that the first'shoild::rebound to the maker's credit,. and the second '.to his cash. : It iill not put duvin's stamp :on: Jeniwins' kid- glovies; nor make Paris bon ....

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BANQUET TO THE HON. J. J. CASEY. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 2 November 1877

BAiNQUET TO THE,I IION. *.J. J. . C. i ; .;SLX, 3 } 'Obr supernumerary reporter supplies us iith the following partionlars, not im-= eluded in our report in the next page. Saturday last,is a day to be remem bered by the residents of .Keran"gand ineighborhood, as it miy .?be looked .upon as commencing an important era in the history of tiis towni. When i~'wasi firstanhiounced thata banquet iiiu erang should be given to Mr. Casey, our representative in the House of Assembly, it was feare~ d ; inay, that though -the conception was good, yet the idea was too great for Kerang. The result last Sa ttirday, however, showed that Kerang was equal to the occasion, and that the whole affair was, from the time the party left Sandhurst to their arrival in Echuca, on the return journey, what we predictedit would be-an unqualifilsuccesas. Not*tleslighteat hitch occurred anywhere, nor did anything transpire to mar the.unbroken pleasantness. The credit of this is undouibtedly due to, the energetic ma...

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RUSSIAN ATROCITIES IN BULGARIA. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 2 November 1877

RUSSIAN"ATROCITIES" IN'BUL- 4 ] ..i lefter fromin Viena in the Hamburg,: Cofrespondentsays tliatnimerousdespatches~ Sdescribing itRussiani:crtuelties iii.Balgaria, are arriving . at the. Foreign Oiica there, from I the Austro-Hungarian consluis. Thse'de" spatcses, wvhci prfceed from unprejudiced witniesses on the spot, 'Twhb also described ,the "atrocities" of the Turks, give vary full and precise details of the present con-. dition? orfu;Blgaria. On. of the despatches was seen by the correspondent. It enume rates six Turkish villages which have, so to say totally disappeaed froin the face of the earth, the Whole of theirintiabitants having been e'terniiiaitddby the' Russian troops;.' ard their houses destroyed. These art Ba talk, Balevan,; Ceta, Bonous, Kestaomboul, Khemis, and ::Tonudja, belonping 'to .two separate IBulgarian-districts,. with a total population of 4~.500 souls. In some of these` villages, .which conbtained 'about '700 inhabitaints, only six or s.even people escape...

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SIR ROGER TICHBORNE AGAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 2 November 1877

SIR ROGER TICIIBORNE AGAIN. There is at last every probability (says the Ballarat Courier) of the great 'ichborne problem being thoroughly solved. It will be remembered that a few days ago. we stated that Warder Carroll, stationed at the Ballarat Gaol,served in the isame troop with- Sir Roger Tichborne in the 6th Car bineers, and that he couldidentify the luna tic' Cresswell; iii the Sydney Lunatic -Asy lum, if he is the baronet. This statement came under. the notice of MNr V. II. Lock, of -Melbourne, who is acting for the Tich hornefamily ; and on Wednesday- Warder Carroll received a letter from tiat gentle? man, :enclosing a photograph of Crestsell. The moment Carroll saw the photograph, he identified it as that of Sir IRoger Tich borne; and he has since assured its that there is no doubt whatever in his mind that Sir Rloger Tichborne and Cresswell are one and the same person. The photograph is that of aspare figure, with i long ha,',ard face and sallow complexion, and, witý the e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 2 November 1877

SPECIAL ADVER'ISE.IVNi'?" - KNTHE BA OF VICTORIA. IN, ORPORATED yr AOT or 00UNCIIi. .A BRANOH of this BANK is no'w . opened at Swan Hill. for the tiian - -'saction of general banking busines. " By order of the board, - - R.'SITANEI Aeting-?nnmeeal Manager. -:Bank or Victoria, ' Head Oece, Slelbourns, 209'h Ma".1877. THE NATIONAL BANK OF AUSTRALASIA. A BRAN?OH of this BANK is .now Op'nsd at K-ran? , for the. tranqac tion of ordinary bunking business, under - 'the mesnagement of Mr James OClvert. Byorder of the Boarl of Director,. F. G. SMIETR, Ohiof Manager. beadOffce, Melbourne. 7th August, 1877. THE BANK. OF VICTORIA. A BRANCHof this BANK has opened at Korang for General Bankinglu ...linesM. Interest allewed on deposit ... Drafts isaaua on all prts of the world. - J. F. OGILBY.: Acting Manager. Bank of Victorhs, KrRran;, 21St Septenmbr. 1875. AUSTRALIAN AND EUROPEAN BANK (LIMIrTED.) A BRANCHI of this BANK has blen i Openedat Terric' Terrick (with nn Agency at Pyramid Hidl), for the...

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