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BILLIARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 9 August 1878

BILLtARDS. The return match between Mr Power and the gentleman amateur as announced took place last Satur day evening at Cullen's Kerang Hotel, and resulted -in an easy victory *for the-amateur. At- the commencement of the game the-amateur took the lead ,and kept it to the finish. When the 'amateur reached .is first hundred Power's score-stood at 63, -or .37 behind. This difference was nearly doubled by the time Power-reached -his hundred, the scores then being amateur :178, Power 100. In the next few -breaks that fol lowed Power gained on his opponent; the -game -being called amateur 200, Power 159. 'When 'Power had reached his second hunidred he had again fallen be hind, -the scores being amateur 270. Power 201, this difference being again reduced slightly. At the amateur's 300, Power stood at 211. iTho-amateur then scored very rapidly, and soon, put hint self 100 a head of -his opponent. Tihe scores at this stage being amateur 3S9, Power 289. This difference was main taindd for t...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. LONDON, July 31. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 9 August 1878

..EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS.T [Fno.% TIn. ARGUS COR1ISPONDENT.] Lo-Dox, July 31. The second innings of the Eighteen of Keighley amounted to 133, which, with the score of their first innings (104,) left the Australians 32 to get to win. The Eleven won the match by seven wickets.

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PARLIAMENT. TUESDAY, 30th JULY. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 9 August 1878

PARLIAMEN T. TUESDaY, 30th JULY. In the Council Mr Cuthbert, in a long speech, gave his reasons for resigning his position as Postmaster-General. After some other business the Iloose went into committee on the Council Con-. stitution Bill with the following result; Clauses 4, 5, 0, 7, and S were postponed, 2 and 3 were passed, and in the clause re ferring to the qualification of members, it was moved by Mr Cnthbert that the pro perty qualification should be rainued at £500 instead of £2500. The other clauses up to the 15tlh were also passed without any im portant alterations. The House shortly after adjourned. In the Assembly, after the preliminary business had been settled, the second read ing of the Reform Bill Sis strongly advo cated by Mr Berry. lr Casey, in a long speech reviewed the measure, during which he stated that no clause in the bill, in its present state, could become law. After some further discussion the House was adjourned until next day. WEDNESDAY, 31st JULYs. In t...

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GENERAL SUMMARY. LONDON, July 5. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 9 August 1878

GENERAL SUMMARY. LovDo\, July i5. The Congress is getting rapidly through its task. Twelve formal sittings have been held, at irhich ia binding sanction has been given to the arrangements previously arrived at and the private conferences of thIe plcnipotcntiarics, who afterwards settle among themselves questions of detail. The disposal of Batounu and the solution of the indemnity dilliculty are now engaging the attention of Congress, and inspire con siderable anxiety. The nationalfetfe in connexion witlh the Paris Exhibition, held last Sunday, passed off with immense eclat. Besides the citizens who turned out in myriads, Paris was thronged with visitors from all parts of the country and abroad. Its population was estimated to lhave risen from 2,000,000 to 3,000,000. Ilouses everywhere were decorated with flags. Processions paraded the streets, attended by bands of music, and the city was illuminated. Througlhout the night dancing and merrymaking were kept up in some parts far beyond...

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. ALBANY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 9 August 1878

ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH ALB ArN, Monday. - The R.M.S. Siam arrived at King Georg's Sound at two o'clock this after noon. She left Galle at ten minutes past nine p.m. on the 24th ult. Strong trade winds and thick weather were experienced off the Australian coast. Passengers.-For Melbourne-Mr and Mrs Fisher, child and servant; Messrs R. Charlton, Scott, Savory, J Dong, A. Miller, and Josephs. For Sydney-Mr and Mrs Roberts, chil dren (two), and servant; Mr and Mrs Gerber; Messrs Voelkner, Roycroft, J. L. Ogilvy, and M. Sers. For Glenelg-Dr. Morrison, Mr C. E. Akers, Mr Cullen, Mr E. C. Pailen and nine seamen.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 9 August 1878

WANTED. . WANTED KNOWN. F A quantity of Galvanized Corrugated 'Iron slightly damaged, onSale Cheap Lara Lime always on hand. EIN1N4RT IRANDT .TIMBER YARD & SAW MILL", cmlecn .High street, Sandhurst \9T'ANT-ED KNOW N. GEO. ADAMS is the only Authorised AGENT in KERANG and District for the Celebrated SINGER'S Sewing IMachiine,. Shuttlee, Needles, Cottons, Oils, and Dlpli-t cates, always on hand. Repairs done. Lessons given. Time payments. fi - - is SHIRE ADVERTISEMENTS. Shire of Swan Hill. N TICE. TENDERS will be IReceived up to MONDAY, t the 15th day of AUG'ST, 18es, at NOON, for 1. Erecting landing. stage or wharf at "wan-Hill. 2. Clearing track 20.'fOot wide onrmain road from Tittybong to L'Albert Plans and Specifications may be seen, and forms of T nder obtained, at the Shire t all, .Kerang, and the Post Offie, Swan Hill. The lowest or any 'lender will not neces sarily be accepted. A Cash Deposit ofTen Pounds [£lt] per cent on the amount of tendernmust accompany each tender...

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ARCADES AMB[?] [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 9 August 1878

ARCADES An r-An ama'curpreacher lately catn- to grief in the course of a sermon de livered at a well known theatre. fHe modestly observred th t the devil had tha house durin r the week, but that on the Sabbath the Lord took possession of it. A member of the sntck tranupe comeaforward, and taking off his coat, asked the trcacher whether he meant to be personal Gladstone getsnan unbiased opinion of him. self -When Mr tiladatnue was staying in Ire land trst year, he went into Dublin with soame friends one morning and determined to -travel thirddlass, in order-as well befits a pnpul r leader - to hare a leooek at the lower classes. Bntrafter.the first stoppage he rejoined his companions in -the fi st.elass compartment. One of tlihenibaing of .an inquisitive tempera me t, made inquiries of the tenanlts of the third-ciass as to what occurred. lie was told that shortly af er the departure train fSrom the station where Mr Ghntstone got into it, a man sitting next to the ex-Premier tuned to ...

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STOCK REPORTS. Sandhurst, 6th August. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 9 August 1878

STOCK REPORTS. Sandhurst, 6th August. Messrs J. Walker and Co. report:-Fat Cattle-842 yarded. The attendance of buyers was not large, and prices were scarcely equal to last week, with dull m:arket. We quote best bullocks £10 to £11 2s Gd, good to 1'£t 10s, medium £510s to £7.lOs, good cows £5 to £6 10s, medium and inferior £3 12s Gd to £4 7s ltd. We sold a draft for Mr Win. fonfaitt at £10 Gs, and 42 from, the neighborhood at lmar ket rates. Fat Calves.-68 yarded, whlich sold easily at high rates. Ft Sheep.-3,SS886 yarded. This number was in excess of our requirements and sales were effected with dilficulty at prices slightly below last week. We quoto best ewles Os to 10s, good to Ss Gd, good wethers Os Gd to 103s Gd, others to 8s 2d. We sold 800 for Messrs Lawrence, 3Moffatt, and others, at quotations. Fat Lanbs.-87 yarded. Sales were hard to snake, and prices ruled low. We sold a draft from Yarraberb, good quality, to 7s Gd. Messrs Powers, Rutherford; and Co. report. -Fat Cattle.-...

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SELECT POETRY. A SONNET TO VITTORIA COLONNA. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 9 August 1878

SELECT POETRY A SONNET TO VITTORIA COLONNA. " S'un castoo amor, s' una piet sperna." Is' a chaste love, a piety supreme, An equal lot enjoyed by lovers twain, Their joys and sorrowsebeing common gain, And one idea to move them both may seem: If but a single soul, united in them both, Lifts both of them on equal wings to heaven; If the same flame to both of them is given: If they are stirred by the same love of truth: If each the otherloves, instead of self, Ashing for love no other pay than love, Each seeking to forestall the other's will: If such a mutual empire is proof Of an eternal union, can it prove Incompetent against an angry moment's ill ?

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KERANG PLOUGHING MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 9 August 1878

KERANG PLOUGHING MATCH. . : The adjourned meeting of the corn minttee appointed to make provision for the forthcoming ploughing match, was held at the Commercial Hotel, on Fri day, the and inst. Progress reports of -those -having. charge of subscription -list v:ereehanded-in,,.whieh Nwere con sidered favourable. -Several offers of sites on which to hold the match were -received,-and -it -wais -resolved -to .ap., point a committee of.three, consisting' of Messrs D. McInnis, MI Martin - and C. Yeo, to'visit the several .localities, and to report to-the.general committee at their-next meeting .It was also re solved -that Messrs J. .Fleming, D. McInnis -and-J. Carmichael, be writ= ten to asking their consent to.-act as judges. After a few other matters~had been discussed the meeting adjourned until the followiug Thursday. 'Accordingly yesterday a committee met to further advance the business. Those present were Messrs A. C. Bayly; (in the-chair) J. Taverner; (sec retary) Martin, Adams, ...

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A FEMARKABLE OLD GENTLEMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 9 August 1878

A TEXARKADLE OtL GELavrxN.--At a re cent meeting of physicians at Biota, in New Granada, an intereetin accoaunt was g ven by Dr Lutz HIernandez of a visit-vhich he paid to ah If-bred farmer.nameMiguel "bli-, living in the Foot Hills of the ierra loro ida, who confesses to being 80O years old but is believed by his neighbanrs to he redlly much older. Dr PFernnandtz was infr:nred by some of the oldeot inhabitants of the distriet-that they well toM memberbd laigtel as a reputed -centenarian whenitheywere boys; also that the name of. i ikel Polis, coloured formes appears in a writ. till p eterred. .fthe-conttibuntors to the building fund of a Franciscan monastery near San So astian, which walfoanded-in 1712. and that the pro eat abbot is positive it-is the sane man. 1)r Hernandez, when hevisited Miguel, f und him at work in his orchard; his skin wan the colour of p rehment bu' hewner bust and art ve; his snow-white hnir 'was twin el t+*rhan-fnohlon round his h-a.l, andhies. eyes w re so...

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CORRESPONDENCE. A DENIAL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERANG TIMES [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 9 August 1878

CORRESPONDENCE. A DENIAL. TO TOE EDITOR OF THE KEnAIO I ul gzo,-A report having got into circulation that I, though acting in conjunction with the Mitiamo and Terricks Railwv:y Letgoe,am-per sondlly in favour of the -Durham Ox souto Iheingadapted. P'ermnit me to givcoch a repo t an unqualified denial .I hiave.'wavya:avowed myself in fovour of the Terria's rcnte, and have never to my recollection saild or dune any thing that rhoull:induceanyoone to supp s0 that my opinions have undergo.e the slightest chlnge.-Yours, ' c., J. It KERti, Pyramid 11

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AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 9 August 1878

AGRICULTURAL NOTES. The weather during the last week has been very favourable for vegetation, which was previously somewhat' damaged by the heavy frosts and rain. These are a few of the rules adopted in the dairies of New York for those who sell milk to the facto ries, and they are applicable everywhere: -Cows should have access at all times to clean water. They should never be heated by being run, stoned, or dogged. The ut most cleanliness should be observed in milking, and by no means should the hand be wet in the milk, and this rule will be a hard hit at the generality of Californian milkers, who are so used to milking on the hand, or dipping the finger in the foam to moisten the teats. No milk should be al lowed to stand where it will absorb the odor of the barnyard manure or any other scent. The mnilk should be not only well strained, but also immediately after milking. Scalding twice a day all vessels used for uilking and rinsing with cold water is very desirable, if not absol...

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KERANG PETTY SESSIONS. MONDAY, AUGUST 5. (Before Messrs H. Taverner (chairman), and W. J. W. Patchell, J's.P. VALUBLESS 'CHEQUE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 9 August 1878

KEPRANG TETTY SESSIONS. MosxnT. Cocasr 5. (Before Messrs IH. Taverner (chairman), and . J. W. Prtdhell, 's.P. VALUBLESS 'CtEQUE.. J. Mathies'n, charged with obtaining money by means of a valueless cheque, pleaded not guilty. Constable O'Donnell prosecuted, and called J. Cullen. There being no. ap pearance of the witness, the case was put to the bottomnof -the list. 'REGLECT. P. O'Donnell, summoning officer under the Education Act, v Jas. Booth, ineglecting to send his child to school the requisite 'number of times for the quarter ending June. Defendant pleaded that the . child's eyes were bad. The Bench fined him Is, with no costs, and cautioned.himn that if brought up again there would be a heavier finle. RATE CASES. The following rate cases were disposed of :-N. Campbell 5s, and 7s 6d costs. The Bench at first were adverse to give more than 2s Gd costs, but Mr Albrecht pointed out that the additional 5s costs had been given in all previous cases.. The Council were entitled to the ...

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MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. MEETING OF SUBSCRIBERS. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 9 August 1878

MECILANICS' 'INSTITUTE. .IEETISG OF SUBSCRIBERS. According to announcement, a meet ing of subscribers to the ll echanics' Institute washeld.in the Court House on Friday .last, and inst, to select a site for building purposes. The chiir was occupied by Mr W.'J. W. Patchell, J.P., who read the advertiseminent call ing the meeting. The Secretary.read the-minutes of the previous meeting, which were-con Ifirmed. The Secretary reported that aona tions to the amount of £go had been lodged in the National Bank to the credit of the Institute, £78 sos of which had been tolleeted by Mr Wat son, the balance by himself. With reference to the land,there were three oflers . of sites for building- purposes. M\Ir A. England had offered an acre block; Mr Cullen had offered a block in Fitzroy street; and Mr Waterstrom had also offered a quarter of an acre. Mr P. O'Donnell had stated that in I the event of any of those sites offered Snot being suitable, he would offer one I to the committee. He (the Se...

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DURHAM OX. TUESDAY, August 6. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 9 August 1878

DTDUIIAM O0. fsrOS uS cj Rl- OXLNDEsT] S ToEDAr, August 6. Sprincipal topic of conversation fi ?w is the separation question, Se more the matter is discussed y ore are the originators of the D ment persuaded that it is well In every portion of the pro- 3 new Shire the matter is regarded favor, and the good people over 'posed eastern boundary are not fd at not being included; but v need not be excluded if inclined Z te. If they are disposed tothrow d iilot, let them make some sign. i opportunity will be afforded them e an expression of feeling in the terat the meeting to lie held at the mid on Saturday. "Your own" iamid seems to think, the move tpremature, althoughlhe acknow es the present Shire is unwieldy. I Id like to know on what-ground Ies his opinion, and .when he ses the proper time is likely to r SI find he gives the promoters it for being the- right men to take matter in hand, and I doubt not wiil show thathe is correct in.his ate of them. 1 is remarks .with respect' to our ...

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TUESDAY, 6TH AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 9 August 1878

TUESDAY, TirH AUGUST. In the Council, after some preliminary businescs had bceen transacted, Mr Cuthbert read a message from- the- Governor, inti mating that he had given the Royal assent to the Goulburn Valley Railway Bill. After some other business, the House went into committee on the Constitution of Council Bill. With respect to clause No. 4, it was moved by Mr Fitzgerald that forty-two, the maximum number of msem bers, be struck out, stating that in his opi nion the westiern provinces should be sub divided, and he further moved that there should be nine provinces instead of six. After a long discussion, it was lost on a division-contents, 11; non-contents, 13. After some other clauses had been passed, the House adjourned until next day. In the Assemblny, Messrs Berry and Smith introduced Mr James Sergeant, the newly-elected member for Dundas. After some preliminary business, tihe lion. Minister of Railways was asked by Mr Mackay for informustion respecting the average number of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 9 August 1878

TRADE ADDRESSES.< EDWIN DAVIES &. CO. DEG to inform the inhabitants of t Macoina Tragowel. Cabana, and surrouidiig distrctie, I that tteyhave opened a,large eommodious and well a;pointed General Store, near the TraegowelW ol-hed: ' We have on hand the lurgest and BEST ASSORTED ST.CK north oT : :adhurEt; and hOp -by atriatly- moderate ..artges to en ure a fair amount cf public pat o0age. .r.. Our Stock comprise- a lirg and heneral as sortmentof Drape:y, Ironmongers., Boot a d Sam, itware, Gracery, Eaddlery, Cr-cheiy. Lamp-a-e, Hollowre, niid Patent lMedicines. Agents for for T. Robinson and Co., Jo-eph I icho'son Singer'sa SewingI Machines, and J. H. Clough and Cu. L beral advances made, on eisuig c'ip of wiiol. Also sgenos for Age,7Leadtr. Illustrated' -Anatrolin Newsa, and Ksraso Tuets. (1 ROBERT PETTIGREW, (S A DD LER & STOREICEEPE R aCI CaantEnLL 5ttsT, Sw :. A I II I L L. M. KEE.NE SHIPPIN, AND FORWARDING AGENT, GUNBOWER JUNCTION. -TRIInERS to and from...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 9 August 1878

PROFESSIOA. L IR 1H. WRIXOK, SOL TOR, &c., OF THE RElE COURTS OF TICTORIA AND NEW SOUTH WALES (SoLICtTOR FOR THE SWAN ILL SHIRE COL-CIL), and a C0Dil5SIONER of theSUPREME COURTS Of Victoria. South Australia, & New Zealand, for Taking Aflidavits, Be. OFFICE-PALL MALL, SANDIIIRST. Instructions can be left with Mr. C. E. Al p oht, Kerang. MRS A-. SHELLEY, PUPI'II, OF [MR -BUD]JEE, B EGS to announce that she gives instruction on the Pianoforte, at her residence, Ke nr. Terms moderate. HOTELS. KERANG 11OTEL. JOHN CULLEN, PROPRIETOR. BEST WINES AND SPrRITS IN STOOCK. elood Accommodation for Travellers. Civility and mnoderate charges. J. W. TAVERNER, COMMIERCIAL HOTEL, KER.tGO, BEGS to notify that thrbugh the large in creac in business he i now nmaking large additions to his premises, and will continue to supply first class hotel accommodation. BRIDGE HOTEL, UPPrER KERAN\G. D. M'IN'TYRE, PROPRIETOR. First-class Accommodation. Good stabling. The Best Brands of Wines and Spir...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. LONDON, August 5. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 9 August 1878

EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS., (FtROM THE ARfUlS CORRESPOSDENT) LorDOs, August 5. The Australians cricketers commenc ed a match to-day against twenty two of Buxton; near Derby. The Twencnty-two went first to the wickets,and were all out for 77. Spof forth.obtained r2 wickets for2S runs.. In the first innings of the Australians .tlhere are eight out for 72 ; A. Banner man, (not out) 29. There was only a moderate attend ance at the match, on account of . the rain. August-6. Armed-resistance to the Austrians is increasing. Seventy men have been lost in ambuscade at Maglaj. t London, August 7. Delegates from Soo Conservative associations to-dclay presented congra tulatory addresses to Earl Beaconstield and Lord Salisbury dn the satisfactory result of their labours at the recent Congress. The Clare election committee Is still sitting.. . Major O'Gorman,member for the city of Waterford, was ordered to withdrass from the House of Commons to-night in consequence of disrespect shown to the Speaker He ...

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