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WHAT A MAN WANTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 2 August 1878

WIL-AT A MAN WANTS. A man wants in his home a " woman,' (says a Transpacific journal,) something soft, gentle, loving, and restful, something to protect and cherish, tlhat is dependent upon hint. Ile wants to have in his home baby voices, little restless feet, and tenacious little fingers grabbing at his whiskers and hair. lie wants to go to his home and find there soft, rustling, trailinggamoents, curls, perfumnes, soft, sweet, loving words, kisses, and embraces, a warm throbbing heart to lay his weary head upon, and be ialled to sleep, forgetfulness of the out side world's vexations, trials, troubles. The man who has perfect heart rest, con ent, true, pure womanhood in his life, is armed each day afresh to fight the world and to defy its heaviest blast. A man dosen't want to go home and find there only another pair of pants, a course mascuiline voice and habit of thought, a stone to lay his head upon, and find there no rest. No ! A woman's greatest right, her true vocation is to b...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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HAWKINSTON ANNUAL PLOUGHING MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 2 August 1878

HAWKINSTON ANNUAL PLOUGH- un ": ;ING'MATCH. eq The disposition. and habits of the. pr people are in a great measure guaged I by the class lt. amusements they affect. w Those who aite of a light and indolent Iai turn of mind are always to be found at he amusements that ate frivolous' and tal trifling --=calhulated to please .nionten- no tarily, and then forgotten. Others of ed a more piacticil turn of nmind seek all their amtisennent in those trials of skill that are the outcome of every-day life. ci Suich were the intentions of the large ge concourse of people who attended the hi ploughing match held at Ha,?kinston hi on Wednesday: 'the contest was one co in which all took a lively interesti be= t cause it was work they all understood' - and being practical men all appre ciated. The present match wias a great I improvement on the former one, when though liberal prizes were offered, only two competitors entered. But nos', as t~l the population has incireased, in like iir proportion h...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. LONDON, July 24. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 2 August 1878

EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. Lovndx, July 24. Tie Australian Eleven have arranged to play matchesTat New. York, Chicago and San Francisco. Losnox, July 20G The House of Commons has agreed to grant to B1.R.II. the Duke of Connaught, on his approaching marriage, a further al lowance of £10,000 a year, with £6000 a year to his future wife in the event of her being left a widow. The island of Socotra, in' the Indian Ocean, is to be annexed to India. LoNDON, July 25. The Australian Eleven commenced a match today against twenty-two of Crewe. The Australians went in first, and their first innings closed for 130. In the first innings of the Twenty-two, two were out for three runs. LoNDON, July 27. The Australian mail vid Brindisi, which left Melbourne on June 18, has been de livered. The money market is hardening. The Bank reserve is improving. Consols are now quoted at 95.. A new 4 per cent South Australian loan has been announced for £6SS,500. The minimum price of issue is 95. At theLiverpool wool...

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PARLIAMENT. TUESDAY JULY 23rd. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 2 August 1878

- PT-AR-L IA --EN-T. T TurPsiD'Y- Jr x 23rd. SIt'was announced in the Council ihat an .answer had been received to the address sent i ireply to the Governor's ipeech. The Goulbourn Valley Railway bill was read, and the second reading fixed for the following Tuesday. After some other preliminary business had been transacted the bill to amend the Constitution Act was read a first time, and the second reading was fixed to take place in a fortnight. The debate on the second reading of Sir SCharles Sladen's Council Constitution Bill was adjourned, after a long discussion, un til next day. Major Smith in the Assembly, in answer to a question put by Mr Richardson, stated that teachers' salaries below £150 would not be reduced, and what other reductions would be made, would only amount on 943lsalaries to about £10 each. After some other business, the House went into com mittee to consider ilhe Government resolu tions for IIobson's Bay line. After some discussion, Mr A. T. Clarke moved an am...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 2 August 1878

TRADE .ADDRESSES. WILLIAMB' LANDING WHARF, GANNAWARRA, AT THE GUeBOWER JUNCTION. H ENRY WILLIAMS notifle that steamers to and from Echuca, call at his wharf weekly to land goods. H. W. will be ready to take delivery of all goods consigned to him, and forward same to owner's address Gannawarra Steam S AWMILLS.r EDGUM of all sizes and lengths fobuild ing purposecain stock and cut to order. o PICK ETs, SHINGLES, BLOCKS, &I., I ALWAYS ON HAND. T. BUZZA, Proprietor. EDWIN DAVIES & CO. BEG to inform the inhabitants of Macorna, " Trogowel. Cohuna, and surrounding districts, that they have opened a large commodious and well appointed General Store, near the Tragowel Woolshed. We have on hand the largest and BEST ASSORTED ST. CK north of Sandhurst, and hops by strictly moderate charges to ensure a fair amount of public pationage. Our Stock comprises a large and general as sortment of -Drapery, Ironmongery, Boot and Shoes, Tinware, Grocery, Saddlery, J 'Crockery, Lampware, Hol...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 2 August 1878

PROFESSIONvAL.: MR H. W, R, I ON, SOLICITOR,- &c., OF TILE SUPREIE COURTS OF VICTORIA AND NEW SOUTH WALE~S (SouLIcrro Fon TILESw, Ae f IILL: Smunn Cousc?c ), aid a CO3DIISSIONER of theSUPRE3EB COURTS. Of Victorin, South Austrain, &lcrc Zealand, . forTaking Alidarits, &c. OFFICEr-PALL MALLi SAN"DTIURST. Instructions can be left with Mr. C. E. Al brecht, Kerang. )MRS A. SHIELLEY,, ?TPIL OF MR BUDDEF, S~GS to announca that she gives instruction Li on the Pianoforte, at her.residence, Ke romg. Terms moderate. : IOTELS.', ....... KERA^N GlTEL. JOHN CUILLEN, BEST WINES AND SrIRITSFIN STOCIK. Good Accommodation for Travellers. Civility and moderate charges. J. WV.. TAV ER, R , COMMERCIAL HOTEL, KERANG, BEGS to notify that through the Inrge in crease in business he is nows nining large additions to his prem?ises, and will continue to supply firt classhh otel nceonrnodation. BRIDGE 11.O.TE L, " rr'r, "KEltAN C4. PROPRIETOR. First-class Accomnnodation.. Good stabling. ...

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MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 2 August 1878

MAIL.-The English mail will close at-the,local post-office on Sunday next, at 6p ' •l TsMIs 'Cal -n the man J. Mathiesonwas- brought up tIt on remand, chbarged -~tbh issusing a IW valueless cheque.: The ease as. again wi remanded bail bein g granted, himself in ro L100 End two ~ftteties of L50 each. su FooTBALL. -The match which has h( created some little interest among the i numerous friends of the competetors be took place on Saturday last,between the d. Kerang and Surveyor's Football Clubs, th on the Recreation Reserve. The Kerang fo club was captained by Mr G. Taverner, at while the surveyors combined was under af the charge of Mr Malcolm of the Suivey Office. The wind being vely high, and cr blowing across, the ground was rather di iunfavourable, still some very good play w] was shown. The game resulted-in two he goals :eing secured by the Kerang club, iju both kicked by Mr M'Lean. Notwith- ru sitanding the energy desplayed ,by- the co surveyors they were unable to secure a St ...

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The Kerang Times AND SWAN HILL GAZETTE. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. KERANG, AUGUST 2, 1878. CLOSED ROADS. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 2 August 1878

----------~ - f( AND SWAN HILL GAZETTE. 0% PUBLISHED WEEKLYT. at KERANG, AUGUST 2, r878. w1 Sth CLOSED ROADS. an Some' remarks 'thst r4"--- - .. CO Woods '-oral .... .. ... 145 First innings ... .cui rom "i Et It ac Jarklan and Serpentine,: s ;aused quite a flatter amongst his' I hearers - his. allusion to the closed roads in the district. To those livin: I in :iae ilhnuueiliatte ?iglliourhood the injustice of fencing in the public roads, is not so palpable; as from their long and intimate acquaintance with the, system they have come to look on them as not out of place.: They also say that parties traversing these estates have an opportunity to get a good road,there being plenty of room to avoid the bad places, which would not be were they confined within 'two fences. There may be a grain of logic in this state ment, but it is infinitesimally small, when it is remembered that only those who have a perfect knowledge of the country can find their way from one gate to another. The dist...

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STOCK REPORTS. Sandhurst, 30th July. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 2 August 1878

STOCK REPORTS. SSandhurst, 30th July. Mesfsrs. Powers, Rutherford,and Co. report : -Fat Cattle.-G60 yarded, only a lismited number being of from good to prime quality, the remainder ranged from inferior to stores. For best pens we have had no alteration in last week's rates to report; for other sorts prices were, if anything, in favor of the buyer. Weo quote beef from 15e to 21s per 100 Ibs; and have sold 171 head, mised sexes, for Messrs. Watson, ?ardy, Temby, Aird, Nolan, Hord, Duncan, Archbold, Miners, Lowrie, Royle, WVhaftle, Smith, and others, to £8 7s Gd for Iullocl=, 06 17s iB for cows. Fat Calvs.-42 forward for the week's supply. For prime there was a good demand, inferior quality very difficult to dispose of. Our sales were 26 for Messrs IIighett, Aird, Archbold, Hardy, Royle, Tormby, and others. Fat Sheep.-221I penned, principally good useful mutton, only a few primune quality. Notwithstanding the short supply prices did not materially improve. We quote wethers 10s to 13s ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 2 August 1878

WANTED. ,TANTED PICK and SH3VEL MEN. Ap , ply at once. -J. KEAST, Contradtdr, Teniperance Dining Rooms, Kerang W" ANTED Situation by Young Mdnn ars COOK and BAKER in OGntlemdh's Family or 'Hotel htod References. Apply this office. WAN T EDL KNO WN.. A gc~intity of Galvasized Corrugated Iron slightly damagetl, on Stile Cheap Lara Lime always on hand. ERN E-'T BRANDI' TIMBER YAkRD & SAW MIL'Ls, 'tm4cn iligh street, Sandhbist a WANTED KNOWN. GEO. ADAMS is 4he only Auihdtised AGENT in tE1RANIG and District for the Celebrated SINGER'S Sewing Machines. Shuttles, Needles, Coitons, Oils, and Dupli cates, always'on hand. Repairs done. Lessons given. Time payments. £10-,01'0 I O LEND ON APPROVED SECURITY. INTEREST FROM :7 PER CENT. W. M,. s ATSON, tc4en East Charlton. N 0 TI ' E . o in the $eradng Ploaohhg Match, will be held this afternoon at 3 o'cloc, at the Com merclal Dotel. ' S .J. TW. AVERNER, Hon. Sea. SHIRE ADVERTISEMENTS. Shire of Swan Hill. ANNUAL ELECTION. - EAtT LODDON RID...

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SHOCKING TRAGEDY AT MAITLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 2 August 1878

SIIOOKING TRAGEDY AT MAIT LAND. On Tuesday week a shocking tra.edy oc.i curred at Farley, two miles from Maitland? It appears that two well-to-do farmers. Percy IIungerfield, and Mitchell MIGrat, -residing there had been quarrelling ?S?. time past, which brought about an as:saei. case at the police court, resulting in 3G" being fined. M'Grath did not appear fled, and is reported to have used thre ing language towards IIunrerfield leaving the court, which induced the In mrnchias a revnl.-?, and nmlP,,--i, , to take them home with him,as he avers,t, protect himself if anything occurred. Both parties reached home, when the quarrel was resumed at a gate dividing the fanrm M'Grath attacked IIungerfield with a hun stone, when the latter, after cautionin, 'iGrath that he was armed, fired, as heal. leges, in self-defence. The shot tookeffect in the region of the heart, and death seems to have been instantaneous. Hungerfield rode in immediately to Maitland, sent out Dr. R. Pierce, and surren...

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DURHAM OX. TUESDAY, July 30. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 2 August 1878

DURHAM OX. IF[rdi OUR dwn. 00oEsPosNDErT TuESDa?T, July 30. The people of Durham Ox lie be stirring themselves of late in an extra ili?nary manner. lihatedver mnay be the cause, whether the genial weather •and the improved prospects of a good harvest has had an inspititing eitedt, it is certain the apathy'that 'was so marked but a short time since no longer exists, and our little todinship no 'longer ean with reason be called "Sleepy ollow:'." In the matter of Shire division, the interest manifested 'amourts 'to enthu siasm, and the ratep~yiers appear to be So much in earnest that there is every reason to expect that the object' ill be attained. The meeting held at Bboft on Saturclay was well attented, some 40 or 50 ratepayers being'present; and as wi't '3 seen front the report I send you, they / at one with those on the eastern side ' the river. The committee formed is astrong one, and will no doubt take to I business before them, -a'ti give a account of themselves. 'there has :nfs...

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LOCAL LAND BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 2 August 1878

LOCAL LAND BOARD.   The Local Land Board, considsing of Messrs A. Black, District Surveyor, G. R. Watson, and H. Taverner,-J.P., sat t the Court House on Friday last, July 26, when the following appli-   cations were dealt with: Eli V'orth 'arrowala, -319a Sr 30p, south f of T aley's'block and adjoining To be can celled al Wm FlPhagan Yarrowalla, 240a, forfeited ol block of George Roberts Refused F B Rogan Yarrowalla. 319a 3r 39p, for- tc feited plock'of Thomas Roberts Recommended Arthur Mann MSincha West, 319a 3r 85p, n1 forfeited block-of Ann Mlaxworthy Refused di Catherine Brien Mincha West, S-.l'n Sr re 35p, forfeited block of Ann M1axriorthy Re commended at Samuel Arthur Loddon, 320a, forfeited ol b:ock of Nathaniel W Hart Recommended m Peter Henderson Loddon, 319a 3r s7p, ti fo feited block of Nathaniel W Hart Refused m John Dandrige Ldddon. 319a 3r :37p, for feited block of Nathaniel W Hart Refuse d a1 John Price Tragowel, 199. Sr 38p, for- hi feited...

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SWAN HILL. MAGISTERIAL INQUIRY. (Before William Wood, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 2 August 1878

SWAN HILL. (tra ou0 OWN'. COBEBSPONDw " MIAGISTERIAL INQUIRy. (Before William Wood, Esq., J..j) A magistehial inquiry tOuching thd death of a Qiieensland blac;i w;ts held at the Swan Hill Hospital, o0 Friday 16th ultim. .day SThe body heiitg been viewed. Leonard Fawsitt sworn saidi Sergeant of Police in Swan HilL Visited the hospital ond Tuesday, 23rd ultimo, to make inquiries in. the dise of a little black boy, named Jack, who had been left sick in that institution by John Da?cey, a few days before. The doctr and Mr Wyse (the lattei being one of the visiting committee) were prese?t The bdy was asleep in bed,and Dr. tac Intyre objected to his being disturbed Mr W'yse said, at woe stood round the bed, " If that boy dies there ought to be an inquest ' Then left and sent Constable to the hospital next Morning to obtain, if possible, the boy's owl, statement as to how he came to be in such a deplorable state: William Heniry Rule sworn Said! Am a mounted Constable stationed at Swan Hill....

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 2 August 1878

GOVERNME NTW' GAZEZ2E. The following information is taken from last week's Gazette: Licenses nnder the Land iAdt?evoked, cancelled, or declared void.--R. Casey, Turrumbery North,-198a; D. Simpson, Marmal, 200a; S. Newson,~atmal,160a; W. Ingam, Jet uk, 309a ; D. McLean, Tittybong, 319; W. Whelan, Terrick Terrick East, 137a; T. Tym, Yasrowalla 226a. Applic.tions for leases approved. L. ,McPherson, administrator in estate of C. McPherson (deceased), Gunbower, 30a; J. Fitgibbon, Onlivl , 1Sla; H.I Twigg, toddou, 241a; A. Rosen-rave, Murmial, 3'12a; W. H. Hardy, Caliv1.; 236a; Clia E.. Burns, Loddon, 319a;: A. Henderson, Kerang and Tragowell,. 320a ;R. Bopwood, Macorna, 320a; J. Doody, jun., Calixil, 127a; W. Qainlan, 'lin ha West, 320a ; -J. ? eil, Calivil, :820; C. Brien, sen.,Mincha West, 319a; 3M. Brien ?inchea West, 319,; T. Ryan, Mincha West, 2d'Ja; J. H. Croft, Jeruk, 320a ; Freak. J. Wigney, Marmal, 320a; '. Dee, \fintha West, 319a; M. Dee,Mincha West, 3; 9a; J. Schlitz jun., Qua...

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ADVICE TO LOAFERS. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 9 August 1878

ADVICE TO LOAFERS. It is perhaps almost hopeless to off word of advice to the loafers and who swarm in all our large towns; otherwise, we might commend to their tention the following sensible article fr the San Francisco Chronicie: " What can I do ?" is the cry that up from a thousand throats daily. is no work on a farm; I have no mone, go on and improve a piece of land notlhing to start with; and with anor despairing " Oh, dear !" the poor man the tramp sit still and fold their Here is what you can do: Get a piece land; one acre, ten acres, one han acres, or any size you can; rent it, on it, borrow it, or any way to get it and go to work. It is not absolutely . cessary that it should be within eanha some saloon or within reach of the San church-bell chimes. Our fathers in wilderness worked their way westward, W up places, farmed there, cleared there there was not a saloon within a hun miles. They even went without gro at times, and flour, and passed many a day without receiving a b...

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TRAGEDY AT THE LINE ISLANDS. SYDNEY, Thursday wee[?] [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 9 August 1878

TRAGEDY AT THE L1Xy ISLANDS. SYDNEsY, Thursday we& The Alexandra brings Fiji news ton July. The Times of that date state the reportfof another tragedy has bee ceived from the Line Islands. The nat of Apinnanna had, by orders of the ' risen against the white traders in the i land, and killed a German named mann, while a rumonr existed that Sother foreigners had shared the same

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THE LATE MASSACRE. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 9 August 1878

THLE LATE 1ASSACRBp S]Dntl, rrdap Advices received from oumer bot Iserbrook to 13th July, state thatsin last despatches there has been no outrage by the natives, save that one of t insurgents in broad daylight galloped the'centre of Boulaipari and set fire t buildings which had previously e9 conflagration. Ile as chased bysa volunteers, but escaped, leaving is ot behind. The remains of Colonel Gially-pan were embalmed, and placed in asnal"s at the place where he died. They wuj brought to Nounea for interment. ; found feeling of sorrow is felt forhisd Two powerful tribes at Bowv raon menced hostilities with each other, ai proprietor of a station on which the gagement took placa was compelled to part with the tribe with whom he is cated. The cause of hmostilities was taking of a woman of one tribe by am her of the other tribe. The latest news of the insurreetion st that the French troops, after destronin village, were upon their return to ca. Boulaipari, attacked by about 300 nit. Fif...

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DEATH OF A WIREWALKER. GEELONG, 4th August. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 9 August 1878

DEATH OF A WWIREWALKER. GEELOxC, 4th Aungust. A frightful and fatal accident occurred on Saturday night in front of the Botanical Gardens Hotel, Malop street east. A loy named Henry Alfred Runtliin, who was ex hibiting in conjunction with Alexander, the local Blondin, was walking on a wire rope stretched across the broad rcadway of the street from the roof of the hotel named, and on reaching the centre of the wire he nmet Alexander, who had walked from the opposite side of the street. Both shook hands, and when Ruffin, who had sat down to allow Alexander to pass him, was about getting up to return, he became giddy and fell from the the wire on to the road, the height being twenty seven feet. Rufllin was at once pickied up, and it was found that his skull was frac tured, and his right thigh broken in two places. lie was at once taken to the hos pital, in Ryrie street, and died there at five o'clock next morning.-Age. The Sjpectatorsays that it is a matter for regret that the guardian...

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(FROM THE AGE CORRESPONDENT) London, July. 31. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 9 August 1878

(FIRO3 THE AGE CORRESPONDENT) London, July. 31. The supplementary army estimates, amounting to £1,845, 500, have been sub mitted to Parliament. The Opposition mem bers of theHouseof Commons questionsuch an expenditure in the face of the expressed conviction of the Government that the European peace established by the decision of the Berlin Congress and by the action of therepresentatives of Great Britain is likely to be a lasting one. LosxDO-, August 1st. The Moslems at Bosnia Serai, the capi tal of the province of Bosnia, have re volted against the Austrian occupation. The Turkish Governor, Nazhar Pasha, has been poisoned. Her Majesty the Queen inspects the spe cial squadron on the 13th, before its dis persion. [riROM THE ARGUiS ConRlnSC.vCDEXT.] LONDON, let August. Austria, following up her entry into Bosnia, has commenced the military oc cupation of Heregovina. The inhabitants of the former province have already revolt ed against the Austrian occupation, and it is expected that t...

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