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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 16 August 1878

PROFESSIONAL. MRI H. 'WRIX O N, SOLICITOR, &., OF THE . S UPREHE COURTS OF VIOTORIA AND NEW SOUTH WALES (SoacrITon FOU 'TIl SWAN III.. Sienno CoUNcrL), and a COiDIISSIONER of theSUPREIIB COURTS Of Victoria, South Australin, iLNewZeainud, for Tuaking A flidarit: , &c. OFFICE-rALIL 11MAL, SANDIIURST. Instrulctions can be left with Mr. C. L. Al- F. brehlit, Kerang. IMRS A. SIIELLEY, it PUPIL OF iMR BUDDEE, B EGS to announce that shogives instruction e on the Plnnoforte, at her residence, Ke rang. Terms moderate. HOTELS. KERANG ]aOTEL. H JOHN CULLEN, J PROPRIETOR. )EST WINES AND SPIRITS IN STOCK. A Hood Accoumnodation for Travellers. Civility not and moderate charges. ten J. W.".J TA VERNER, COMMERCIAL HOTEL, BEGS to notify that through thei lrge ii crease in business he is now making large additions to Is premises, and: willcontinue to ripply first luss hlotel ncconiinodntion. BRIDGE HOTEL, UPPER KERAING. D. MT'NTYRE,J PROPRIETOR. First-class Accomnmodation. Good stabli...

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The Kerang Times AND SWAN HILL GAZETTE. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. KERANG, AUGUST 16, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 16 August 1878

;ý ctl l 'itics Aio Swis5 HII.L GAZE'rTF. PELIuSnED WEEKLY. -KERANG, AUGUST:i6, rSYs. N iWSP PFO DeIuvL-IE t.-i-Complaints continue to reach i usof the irregularity of the delivery of this journal. Assthe greatest possible care is t:kedi in this aofice by checking the number for th' Scomrplaiut nmilst clictir'att - Trne -papers have left this offlice, and although we re gret having occasion to do so, we are forced to the conclusion that the local post oflices are not free from blame. To officers in charge ofpost offices is given the power to open papers thait are sulp posed to contaii writing iittter.' ' This power is much abused, as papers are frequently opened, ostensibly to -search if containiirg letters, but in reality to read the cews. Of course papers so treat-, ed never reach their proper destirnation. We feel convinced thait the annroyance to our subscribers arises froni this cause. This opinion is strengthened from tihe fact that less complaints come from those districts wh...

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PARLIAMENT. AUGUST 6TH. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 16 August 1878

pARL1AMEN '. Aruvwnr Grit. In the Council, Mr Cuthbert read a Inmces sage from iQe Governor, in which he inti mated that he had given the Royal assent to the Goulburn Valley Railway Bill. After the transaction of some other busi ness,the IHouse went into committee on the Constitution of the Council Bill, and after some discussion, during which nereral clauses were passed, the House adjourned until next day. After some preliminary business had been transacted in the Assembly, the dle bate on the Reform Bill was resumed by Ir Francis, who continued his speech in reference to ruptures which had taken place in former times. Mr Richardson also spoke at some length, stating that he supported the bill as the best scheme that could be devised unless the Council were swept entirely away. Mr Murray Smith, spoke in opposition to the bill. Mr Ninmmo spoke in support of the Government. The delbate was afterwards adjoarned until next day. WcEDwsESAT. AUousT (TMe In the Council, the House, after s...

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STOCK REPORTS. Sandhurst, 13th August. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 16 August 1878

STOCK RE1PORTS. Is Sandhurst, 13th August. v' Messrs L. Macpherson and Co. report:- a Cattle.-648 sold, of which 218 were stores, s the restraried from inferior to prime, e large proportion being ecry useful beef. There was a fair attendance, but the market was exceed ingly dult from coluunnnement to finish, and i several lots were altogether withdrawn. Last week's rates were nut maintained ; the heaviest t fall wansinsOeond rtebeef. Our lestrare 110 head, bullocks to £8 5s, cows to £i. Fat Calves 75 forward. Owing to thle supply of latmbs prices fell considerably. Our sales are from r1 lOs to £216s. We turned out 40 unsold. Sheep.-7052 pebned. About two-thirds ofa these -were stores, balance inferior to prime. PFor all good sheepthere was abrisk demtand at fell- late rates. We quote marino wetlhers lie Fid to 14s, cwes ts Gd to 12s, erosshredl wetlher 16s. Lambs.-a2O in. All qualities represent ed. Market dull. Inferior tvery difficult to dispos of. Sales fro 3sa ti to S d. Steres....

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FACTS ABOUT THE POPES [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 16 August 1878

-FACTS ABOUT THE POPES Eighty of t e Pop.es are honoured as saints, thoty-one martyrs and forty thleconfessois. St Aigatho was the only-Pope who lived to beh t centenarton, al he is alo the only one. after St. Peter, who may be hnouure l with the title of oirn-ale-worker. St. Agitho died at the age of one hundred and seven years, -in GS2, hlirving reigned three years; -six months, and iftreo days. Gregory-IX died at the ageo of ninty.-eight ears; nand Ce estine III and Gre gory XII at-the geof ninty-two : John XXII at the age of ninety ;Clement'XII at the age of eighty-eight years; and CleitentX and -Pius Ii at the agoof eighly-six. Tho Popes have lbeen drawn from all classes of society. Nin teen were sons or near relatoris to priacesand 'an equtal number came from il:u'striousnfaai lies. Many <wero nobles in rank-or of great 'wealth. others sprang. from obscurity. Sixtus VI was tlhe son of a finherman. Alexander V was the son of poor unknown parents; and passed his first...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 16 August 1878

rANETEu. '`,V A N T E ") E c'L i U A qu intity s Galvinized :Corruatated Iron sligattl ilamaged, on Sale Cheap, Lare: Lime alwrays on hand. TIMBER YARID & AW MILL, cm4cn ' High strect; Sandhurst AN T~ l) ' N-).1 W -N.' SGEO. ADAMS is the only. Authoried. AGENT in KERANG and District for the Celebrated SINGER'S Sewing - lnchines. chuttlee, Neenles, Cottons, Oils, and Dupli eates, always on hand. Repaioisdone. Lesuns. iven. Time paymeots. FOR SALE. TO CAPITALISTS AND OTHERS. For PrrvATr SALE. ý ("f ACREs of the Choicest AGRI 'JlE CULTURAL .LAND f r 'Sale. itoate on the faivorablyr known Go n run, Ne-' South Wales, adjoining the.,Lirge' Murr:ay Frontage .Rerve. (which will eventully be tlr:swn opsn for selection) and Pre-cipt:ve Right of Crown Grant. atensire and first class Improvement. have been made, and the year and iix months'.resi lence c mpleted. dull particulars apply to A. C. BAY LY; Stock, Agent, lorang SHIRE ADVERTISEMENTS. Shliire'of Swan H-lill: N iCE. rENDER S"iil...

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PYRAMID HILL. August 13. 1876. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 16 August 1878

PXrtA3ID hlI,.L rrtOti Can owS Cotni1s'roTns>T.) Cigust 1i 1S78. 'ThIe sn- her is sainewhat dry but wte are n t s:iFTrig aniy inj ilous cfecits, nor will se for soame time r o coiin0 . The e is nothiug of irportunce shardly worth chronicling. I nima state that the eg. tat, s far Shire -eparation held a meeting.at i P r.,mid Dill on Satr0nay-, but I shtll not at tempt to < rrile it; I s-lal Ic leave it forosonmeD ob' ic cirreponlntot (Co y Durhta Ox) . LButtI am satitli-d tat thie reception they met wth 1 w:s the roxerec of cou'Iraging The people ,it not wan sopaoat oon yet and of all prts o the Shire, Du' Lm Or should be the lost place to say it has not got its fair share of cxpendi ture. I think I am correct in saying that if a pee wore driven in the centre of .Durham Oxz township, and a cirle takenfron it of twenty milcs in diamete, it suo ld bhe iEund -tIat there was mror m "ey cer eldel in that area than there .ais in ony iotier portion of the Shire the satme size....

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FATAL ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 16 August 1878

FATAL ACCIDENT.     Intelligence reached Kerang on Saturday morning last, that Mr. A. McIntosh, a selector at Murrabit, had met with an accident, by which he lost his life. The police were communicated with, and a messenger despatched to Lake Boga, to inform Mr. D. McIntosh of the fact. The coroner was communi-   cated with, but owing to the distance he ordered a magisterial inquiry to be held. On Sunday the police pro-     ceeded to the scene of the accident and brought the body to Keang. Deceased was a married man, and leaves a widow and   five children to mourn his loss. The   particulars of the accident may be gathered from the evidence at   THE INQUIRY   A magisterial inquiry was held by Mr. H. Taverner, J.P., at the Commercial Hotel, on Sunday last, when the follow-   ing evidence was elicited: -   Elizabeth McIntosh said she was the wi...

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MARRIAGE OF MISS ROBINSON. SYDNEY, Wednesday week. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 16 August 1878

MARRIAGE OF MISS ROBINSON. Sydney, Wednesday week. The marriage of Miss Robinson, the daughter of His Excellency the Governor, with Mr Alexander Kirkman Finlay, of Glenormnistan, Victoria, was solemnised in St. James' Church this morning, by the Rev. Canon Allwood, B.A., D.D., assisted by the Rev. Mr Hough, M.A. The wed- ding party consisted of the bride and bride groom, the bridesmaids - Miss Nereda Ro binson and Miss Neva St. John - His Ex- cellency the Governor, the Hon. Lady Robinson, Captain St. John, A.D.C., Mrs St. John, and the Hon. H. Littleton, pri- vate secretary; the Hon. Sir John Hay and Lady Hay, Sir George W. Allen and Lady Allen, Sir Alfred and Lady Stephen, Sir George and Lady In- nes, Sir William and Lady Manning, Com- modore Hoskins, R.N., and several officers of H.M.S. Wolverine. Such an event has occurred only once before in the history of the colony, and public interest in the wed- ding was aroused to a very great degree. A very large crowd of people numbering ...

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SELECT POETRY. SOME LOVE VERSES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 23 August 1878

SELECT POETRY, soMlE LOVE' ERSES. Could I but hope't win thee, .Twisldhappiness impart To drainthe life-blood slowly From out my stricken heart. You doubtless deem it folly, And smile with sweet disdain At niv hopeless longing," And my bitter pain,. Yet I would die most gladly,, : If dying I could be The cause of any gladness, My only love, to thee. You fancy that you love me, And so-do many more ; With all 'tis but a fancy You've felt this way before. And much I am mistaken, If e'er a month goes by,, There's not some other maiden For whom you'll want to die. So pray do nothing foolish To show your fond regard, For though your heart seems pretty soft, Yet mine is rather hard.

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A REMARKABLE SOLDIER. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 23 August 1878

A REMARKABLE -SOLDIER. 'General William 3PBean. .C., died re cently at the Herbert Hospital, Woolwich. His career has been often qunted as an extra ordinary e?imple of promotion in the army. Fromi junior'drummer of the 93rd Regiment of Foot ithe Sutherland Hihlander?) she rose. step by ?tep, until he -attained the height of his ambition. as lieatenant-colonel in command oftheregiment in which he had spent his life. Only in October last, when promoted major-general. he was seered from the corpa in which he had served for -more than forty-tive years,-.and to which he-was thoroughly devoted. :It is said that-after no derroing a hazardous operation in London, he was told that he could not surive .many days, and expressed a wish that he might be taken to the hospi:al at Woolwhich, in order that he misht ' die amongst the soldiers." iewa?. a man distinguished in every rank, and.was idtlised hbiteregiment. His first comtaision .was awarded-to him in 1854, when he ser'ed,in the Cr?mea;snder...

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PYRAMID HILL PLOUHING MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 23 August 1878

PYRAMID LHIILL PLOUHING MATCH. IPROM OUR OWN CO5RRE3PONDE\NT.) The annual ploughing- match was held on the i3th inst., in Mr Watson's paddock, distance a~bouit two miles from Pyramid Hill. The spot selected for the match was all that could be desired, it ,ve except the hard nature of the ground, which could not be helped,but it is a pity for the committee and all concerned that the match was not held at an earlier date, as it was physically impossible to do good work,on account of the dry. and loose nature of the soil. The locality'of the match was situated nearly half-way between Pyraminid Hill and Mount Hope, bounded onthe east by Bald Rock, and some gentle slopes of minor importance on which luxurious crops were growing, and on the west by Pyramid Creek; while on the north Mount Hope stood out in bold relief, and that. erand land mark Pyramid Hill completed the surround , ings. Your correspondenlt felt himself transported for the time to the Killar ney Lakes or the Giant's Causew...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. Sandhurst, Thursday, 6.30 [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 23 August 1878

LATEST INTELLIGENC,. Yv ELECTRiC TELEGrAPiiI : {' [FROM OUR OWN-CORREPONDE1 Saiidhust, Thursday, 630:2 Cablegrams from London says at the wool sale on Tuesday,the prices slight ly advanced.- 340o,000 bales were cata-. logued for.tlie August-sales..o 1.I The wheat market is dull, 50so per quarter latest quotations. In the Assembly last night it was resolved to sit at two o'clock on Wednesdays and, Thursdays, t;' 'is?li on the business of the Sessions. Mr J M. Barr,, the member for ;;Mary borough, made his maiden speech. he spoke in favour of the 'Reform Bill Gillies spoke against the bill. The de bate was adjourned on the motion~ of *MajorSmith. There is no likelihood of the debate ending this week. Tenders are called for the construe tion of the railway from South Yarra to Oakleigh.. Tenders to be opened on .13th Sept. Two thousand sheep passed through Sandhurst by rail this week froth Echuca to -Melbourne. The block of land occupied 'byy Gibson and Stewart, bootmaker, Pal1? Mall. c...

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DURHAM OX. TUESDAY, August 13. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 23 August 1878

D B"URHAM OX. finoxOU own ORs iESPONDENT] TUESDAY, August 13. I-m not sufficiently stoical to be un affected by .the brief,but neat compliment paid me by" your own" of Pyramid Hill in your last issue, and I desire to express my gratitude to him for the kind per mission accorded me to "'hlnt on his pre serves." If he will make .the permit retrospective soe as to cover my_ trespass in giving an' account of the failure 'of the people of PyramidHill to attend the meeting to consider the question of shire I will be undler deeper obligation. I am 'the more affected by this kindness,: as it was shown at a time when "your own" appears to have been suffering from an attack of the "blhes" A fellow feeliig makes us wondrous kind, hence the used up tone of the letter has -awakened in me deep sympathy for the writer. 'It is a fact generally known that when' a mai is in this condition he. is disposed to look upon currehst events with uncon cern, and while others speak'bf this and that subject as ...

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AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 23 August 1878

AGRICULTURAL NOTES. The weather latterly has searcely warm enough to favor the growth of s early sown crops, and the frosts at lo. some days ago have also retardedveoega especially in low-lying or wet grouna, in worn-out land. On the whole, hocer the crops in the Sandhurst district to be good this season, indeed far ab the average. This is particularly the in new ground, and in the recently settled and cultivated p, tions of the district. The = likewise, we learn from the Age, cont;_ most favorable for pastoral operas throughout the colony, the soil harin?s ceived stich a complete soaking that an? growth of feed may be depended on assy as the spring weather sets in. Froma. ducer's point of vier. the upward tend shown in the prices of wheat is regar satisfactory, particularly as there isres to believe that the rise will continue. Though s good deal of rain has fo during the past few weeks, it has hb intervals, and the land right through been in fine order for working. F have taken ad...

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KERANG MECHANICS' INSTITUTE AND FREE LIBRARY. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 23 August 1878

KERANG ECHiANICS' INSTITUTE ' ND FREE LIBRARY. A meeting of subscribers to 'this Institute was held at the Kerang Hotel on Friday last, .16th inst., at 8 p.m., Mr WV. J.- V. Patchell in the chair.. The minutes of last .meeting were read and confirmed. Mr Watson move., and Mr Bayly seconded, that t'e Nationals ',ank; be the bank'of the Institute. Carried. Alter 'a statement of 'accoiunts, it was shown that £to7 had been col lected. Resolved, on the 'motion of Mr Bayly, that the sum of tro be granted to defray expenses of collecting -sibscrip tions .... Two plans and designs for the In-:, stitute were then submitted, both being. supplied gratuitously. It was resolved,; on the motion of Mr Taverner, that the plan submitted by Mr Lightloot be adopted Mr Bayly moved, and Mr Taverner seconded, that the north wing, as shown on plan, consisting of hall, two rooms and passage, be proceeded with, and that Mr Lightfoot be asked to forward specifications.' Carried. A general conversation then e...

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A CONTRADICTION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERANG TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 23 August 1878

A CON'ITRADICTION. To rut Etitoa or TaH KE?X-,G TeY.s. Dr?a S-a,-There are one or two i:ems in :e letter wbich appeared in your last issue your Pyramid Hill correspondent, anent ieparation, to which (by your favor) I ire to reply. Is:,--'he statement that "the people do : wat: -cparation yet," either means they o nvt tdm. nd it " yert,"or there is no neces flr it ' et." If the former be the true :nin, then your ,correspoudent mmt A ly have been l inug a hermits life among rocks on the HIP, or'" the wish was f-er to the thought"; in either case, the ':emen is contrary to fact. The only a::er of public interest about which I have Sanything approaching enthusiasm since ta. e Ieen in the district is this".question of :ite separation, and the issue wi;l prove : your corrrspondent has in. this instance rn re?konirg without his host." If. he oans that.a divist .n is not necesaar 'yret," its a matter of op nfon, your correspondent a a percct right to his opinion, but in -anon with the great...

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SHIRES CONFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 23 August 1878

SHTIRES CON)FERENCE. The conference of delegates from the various shires throughout the colony met at the Chamber of .Commerce last week, to consider the advisability !of having the Local Government Act amended. A series of resolutio6s were Iarrived at, and a deputation appiointed i to wait on the Governiment'- asking -to i have the existing law amended' accord ing to the spirit of the reso?ition. Be fore the Chief Secretary would under take'to do so the deputation• were de sired Eto have the resolutions ratified by the various councils throughout the colony. The conference was presided over by Mr Cattlin, from .the Huritly shire, and Mr C. E. Albrecht was ap-. pointed secretary. The following are the resolutions arrived at :? . : That it is desirable that-the time between the compilation of the rolls at the annual eleo tions he increased, as as to le -ve at least three weeks avavilable for claims and objections to be Smade, and yet alow -the -rolls to be saleable at least three wee...

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CORRESPONDENCE. NEWS, NOT ESSAYS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERANG TIMES [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 23 August 1878

CORRESPONDENCE. SEWS, NOT ESSAYS. To tes ESrrom oP T^O KRa5W ? "L?E m,--I find that one or two of " your own omr.pendents" quite forget ,their calling (which is supposed to be to send you news from their various localities), and:seem -to .0naider they are fairly doing their duty by .-itino short essays, or induLing in rude en, aIitie,. which are quite uninteresting the major portion of your readers. 'Would i:nt be as well for your correspondents to e.-rt themelves a little more, and not do m oatr ount Pyramid one has done in your ,' issue, where in one paragraph he unes the iit'e pronOnn " I" no leas than nine timer. ge?Ir, llr Editor, they should have a little rore mercy upon your subcribers, and en ,e5or to give a little more news. Try to ,ire into your own correspondenta' heads i;s we want neitherperoonalities nor etr .ss in.?you valuable columns. I am inte ,is.edand a "leader" in the proposed division ci the Swan Hill :hire, but not in the way rnur corrcspondent would wish your ...

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DURHAM OX TRIFLES. COMMUNICATED. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 23 August 1878

DURRHAM OX TRIFLES. COi? tfl ICATED. . s Things change much as years roll past is a most true saying, and appiPes espe- a cially to Durham Ox, which;has in less g than two years sprang uip into 'a thriving n little town. It has its schdolhouse, a neat' little three roomed .,place,. two churches,, three stores, a bank, a bakery, a timiber yard, a first-class brick hotel, butchers, and hay; ch:ff, and corn stores. The aspect of this place is. now most" ii pleasing, and it only requires a neat little court house to complete as neat a little town as Victoria can boast of. t At Durham Ox a subscription is being, started to purchase leather mddals to . present to the Government officers who. are energetically endeavouring to get a; ntmnher of suburbai'and. town lots put up for sale at this place. There is not a. piece of private property on the town ship available'for building upon The b'wners, knowing the difficulty we have had to get even a survey made, consider that shortly they .will ...

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