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STICKING—UP IN ECHUCA. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 2 November 1877

I'-UT:TE T 'EI.UC':"" "? " On aturday ight, we learn from a oon temnporary,-that , inost daring robbery was committedin fIih-street, Eohuca.. A res pectable tradesman, - iIr Cutibertson, was attached ly-a rouglii oio-tten o'clock, in a darkripart of the street. He sarcttied, a silver watch from lfim, leavlua'the chain be hind.: The police were at once informed;. and Constable Nedwell succeeded in arrest in?:the man (ewhorefi?es td give his-name). Fith the watch in his 'lossession. -It is be= coming every week more dangerous to walk ther streets a~fier niightfall, , as there, are no street ilamps; and h lip.-olice foie is' alto gether too small'tob?cope with the large number of thieves who are prowvling about. An old bachelor explains theiouraige of. the:Turksaby;saying:that a man:pwith a ore than one wife-ought to be willing to face death at'aniy time. .. . A man named Cartwright, of Lamplough Sasseverely injirel?by ,thli.e plosion Ot a blasting ihiarge, fo-erwhich he incautiously l...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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SELECT POETRY. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 2 November 1877

SELECTPOETRY . Oh musci sweet masic, what ra tures are As .~l'to tTe'striins o b lodious, divine.! ' What 'arie'd emotions th- voice dothim-' Tart, As-:th deep thrill of pleasure steals over. myheart.: ;) -,ý In thie ilace; Tie castle, 1the cottage. and hall, . . . . 0' ,.. ,e Thy voice, sweetestmusic, gives pleasure to all;: From theJdic to thspeasant of lowest de Alike, rich and poor, $nd a pleasure inithee Where b'anner's) 'are :wavin , .-Oh musc; tiou'rti there, ' ,.' ' :d .,, Withtl ath? wr?oreathenr ntes swelling:loud "J5 the air:'"' , ,,- ,T When. warriorsnear sadly their dead com A. equiem thy. }voice softly chants for the brave. ? : -:- • Oh, I love thee, dear music, in every change, From thy.wail' of sorrow to loftiest range; In ith- sof,' ripplin wavelet; swe-t,:sparki -lint,-and-brigýt -- --- -- .- In thy deep rolling thunder, grand, flashing, " aud-br ght. . . - ....... Then flo, oa" dear music, in soft dulcet Eyoercheering each sorrow. and soothing Flow ?a i thy swaetn...

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SWAN HILL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 2 November 1877

SWAN HILL PRESBYTERIAN, CHURCII ' ." The induction of the Rev. George 3a. thers into the pastoral: charge of this con greoation, took place on Wednesday, the 24th inst, at eleven o'clock a.m. The Ret. Mr Russeoll,of Newstead, preached an appro priate sermon from II. Corinthians III. 18. The Rev J.TW'Lawson,-of Dunolly, narrat ed the steps, and offered up the induction prayer,and the Rev A Stoker, of Inglewood, addressed the minister and people on their respective .duties. Ii the evenmg a publi teaineeting was holdin the church, theladies °o wan Hill presiding at the various tables, wich were loaded ',with the good; things usual on such occasions, and most tastefully adorned with flowers. After .tea, S. If. Otficer, Esq., of Murray Downs,'shortly~re viewed the .history of the congregation, maiking special mnention of' the. services rendered by Mr. /Wyse, and express ing the great pleasure he felt in gving the newly .appointed minister a 'cor dial welcome to Swan Hill. He concluded by...

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LOCAL LAND BOARD. (Before G. Watson, Esq., district surveyor, and H. Taverner, Esq., honorary member assisted by M. Breen, Esq. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 2 November 1877

"LOCAL LAND BOARD.. .(eforiE' G rditsol, -Esq., districtsurreyoi, and'I. Taverner,Esq., honorary membes Sastsi.t'by 3. Breen, Esq. , . A Local Land Board:was held in th, herang IHall, on Fridayhist: The following\ applications were dealt with: -RECO31IMFNED. R..J. Taylor, Boort, 320a. . Cairmichael, Dartagook, i4a. W. niart, Jeruk, 313a Or 32p. J. Swain, Kerang, 202a. IFrancis Da', Loddon, 320a:... . - . R. Fraser, Loddon, :320a. RV. Day, Loddon, 310a. ".'A. Weeks Loddon, 310a. 'E. Raw'on, Loddon, 32 'a. E. Rowler, Macorna, 320a. J. Rowler, Macorna, 320a. P. Rowler, Macorna 202a. Jas. .Tolly, Meran, OOa. IT . . Richirdson, Meran, 319a. J. Gibson, Meran, 320a. iA. Maxworthy, Mincha West, 320a. V. M'Donald, Mincha WVest, 240a. i J. Rvan, Mincha TVe.t, 320a. S.:iVhyte,Minclha Vest,147a. J. WVakeman, Mincha West, 270a. J. Ward, Mincha.lVest, 320a. W. Hadlev,3Iurrahit, 319a. Mary Sinclair. Murrabit, 320a. M. Sinclair, Murrabit, 320a. Jas. M'Lean, Kerang,.21 a. .Tas. TTadley.. Irriabit, 3...

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

WANTED. WTANTED a Good General SERVANT. Apply to Mrs A., Shire Hall. W' ANTED.-Timor or Shetland pony. SAe, pries. Address, G. Taverner Victoria Street, Kerang. NOTICES NOTICE -In the Estate of the late PETER DOUGLAS, Storekeeper, Swan Hill. All DEBTS due in the above Estata are to he paid, at the store, to MR FREDERtICK MAD DOCK, whose receipt will be a dieuient dis charge. MARY ANN DOUGLAS, Execetrix. By her At:orneys. WILLIAMI DAVIES. J. ALLAN SMITH. A.-e Hill, 22ndOitober, 1877. INSPEOTION INVITED. ]Horse Smizb SAMTUEL & CO., S Gilpir .i'ORAE-STREET, SANDHURST. boxa Cart ADVANCES ON LEASES. THE underseigied are prepared to m.ke An VANGcr o FRgEEsOLD Ol LE.tsc,-OLD t'PR rPRTIzS at the Lowest Current I ite of Interaet. and with the leaestpoesihl, del.y ; also,to und'r take the sale of Srock, Statirn and Farm Pro perties, privately or br auction. BROWN and gEWARD. Rizh street, Echues. FOR SALE. - jR SALi--Strong WAGGON, su.it orsores' 1 or Bullocks. Also good family Buggy c...

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THE BANQUET. [?]NCLUDING AN ACCOUNT OF THE TRIP OF THE PARTY FROM AND TO SANDHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 2 November 1877

T? E BANQUET. cV N se.ccouSNr OF fir eIP O ll -cat I..k Ffro %,oe To SAynawCsr. Tar. OCR. oWF OnElPTErn.) ( ov ehe t pleasant trips any per One of thiby conceive, was undertaken ia e. P.ss when a number of gentle a Frid nclin members of the Ministry, sea, re ent tites of Sandhurst and < tid the reproelrs Ilanduran, srtel on a journey across t he ountrv, to Kerang, for the purpose of I hin, oIunr to the lion. J. J. Casey, at a npt geirvn to him, on Saturday even- ` n thf Ke rangites. . The members of Sinis tr arrived at Sandhurst on I hrsday eseoia last, and put up for the ihort at the hamrock liotel. Here the 1 evening was wiled pleasantly away. It was f hee fihrsth of tile mony episodes, whlich s are the trip one of so much enjoy a.e ma. re Tile Kerang guest, the a t on. Jt J Y, retired for the night, hut t Sdid not ~o to bed with his boots on" ter didf he had). n When he arose tihe 3 (better if h h, however, these " under- t alling'eroe nowhere-o to be found, nor a ,an1...

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TURKISH DISASTERS IN ASIA. LONDON, October 24th. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 2 November 1877

: Iokio.,' October 24th, .The aily N4ews correspondent at Kar. ajaltelegraplisathat Klars has been siuroundti and'that negotiations for surrender hul been opened. General Lymann is advancing towald Erzeroum. General Lazareff is attemrpting to ?t ol Ishmael lasha from Igdyr. -. Seven pashas, 18,000 'Turks and 41 piecesof cannon were captured in the ire cent battles in Armenia. Resistance cease on the evening of the 14th inst. The col. lapse is complete. " The Porte is sending reinforcement,; The Shah of 'Persia visits Europe nert spring. ' > 1 S-Another fire' at St. John's, Neir?Br'un. wick, has destroyed 230 houses, and ren: dered 2,000 families homeless. The foreign masons employed in the 'erection of the new law courts have been dutraged by 'a mob of rouglhs. W. M. (" Boss") Tweed has made fur ther astounding revelations in reference to the Taminanny Ring Frauds. The steamship Whampos, which left •'Ielbourneoin Sept. 1for London, via the 'the'Suez Canal, has arrived. Lo o L ,- ...

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KERANG PETTY SESSIONS. Monday, October 29th. (Before Messrs T. Littleton (chairman), J. Myles, and H. Taverner, Js.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 2 November 1877

S KERANO" PETTY SESSIONS. ' Monday, October 29th. (Before Messrs T. Littleton'(chairman), J. Myles;, aid II. Taverner, Js.P.) -:. L. G?rdon against David Smith, ab senting himself from his hired service. In this case it appeared that the defendant, a carpeater; was employed to build a house for complainant, in July last. Defenidant worked up to the third of October, when finding he had nothing to do, he gave notice tolegte..; Complainant sent him a cheque for balance of wages up to the end of September, and a form of receipt in full of all demands, for him to fill up. This was filled up and returned, and defendant there by forfeited a:week's wages. The case was dismissed. Shire Council against D. M'Veen, £3 Is 8d, rates. This case, which had frequently been before the court and postpIned, on ac 'count of non-service of summons, was with-. drinin. Robt. Connell applied to the court forpay ment of verdict obtained by him .against A. A. Amos, on the tenth of October.. The bench directe...

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PEERESSES IN FULL DRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 2 November 1877

PEERESSES IN k'ILL IDUESS. ' Mr Jennings, in a letter to the New York WVorld from London, relative to the open ing of Parliament, says :-" On this occa siontheladies overflowed the Hduse. Early as it still was, the floor was covered with' them-large blocks of the benches were oc cupied, and the galleries were crowded. All these ladies were in evening toilets, the Peeresses wearing coronets of diamond most of them being fairly ablaze with dia Smnds on their head and neck..: If the " daylight was not -very favorable to the Sshoulders and complexions of! some of these noble dames, the gorgeousness of their costumes, and the glitterof their pre cious stones, served to divert attention from the defects of natire or the ravages of time. - The dresses were, in many instances, 'superb, covered with lace or gold, and cut I with that eye to liberal display which is now' deeined indispensable to any woman of fashion. It is perhaps not quite fair to mention names, but 'when Lady, Dudley entered...

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ENTERTAINMENT AT MACORNA. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 2 November 1877

ENTERTAINMENT AT MACORNA. On Wednesday last, 24th, inst, a very   pleasant day was spent at Macorna, on the occasion of an opening entertainment in connection with the building of a church jointly between the Church of England and the Presbyterian denominations in this neighbourhood. Abhout twelve months since Mr. Armstrong kindly gave the use of his house wherein to hold services, and after a few months, the increased attendance, and numerous new arrivals in the shape of selectors and their families, necessarily de- manded increased accommodation, and a committee was formed for the pur-   pose of endeavouring to build a suit- able place of worship, which resulted in the pleasing fact of the erection of the neat little weatherboard building, 20ft by 30ft with walls about 12ft high. The first portion of the programme consisted of a friendly cricket match between the yeomanry of Barr Creek and Macorna, resulting in a victory for the former club; after which a...

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COMMERCIAL STOCK REPORTS. DURHAM OX LIVE STOCK MARKET. October 26. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 2 November 1877

CO1IERCIaL STOCK REPORTS.. DURHAM OX LIVE STOO MARKET. October 26. Thomas Morrow reporte:-Iheld mn regular oaanthly s le on Friday, the above dite sid did' a hoevy days business. Thd qu~antity of -stbock forward of all decriptions was unnusaly large, the satenivo yards being quite iiiadequat t --ccommolate half the stock, and ev?ry avail ble corner being utilised to pen up the vrious iota. There w?sa good attendance, and I suo-. o?.el~ in clearing out all the sheep, pige, and moet of the eattls at a very sbatisfactory p-eices, .thres lots oely being p~aeed in, the biddling not ooning up to ownorse' resrves. A large number ofho-aee, uixty head being forward, several had tb be p ssed in for want of bhiyers, but for all ool utcful sorts fair competition ruled. .and. I sold h r'r dr.suhLs from L31 lOi to L42; medium, 518 103 to L2t; h:ics an'l lighit har iss. LT5 ta L17. Nxt isle. 2.3rd Novenhner. INGLEWOOD LIVE STOOC?T 1ARKEr. Thursday, 25th October. Mr Thomas Morrow reports:-A 'rory f...

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

C. -L STONEMAIN;) ACIIIUILDER, W IL LA.MSON. SL: SANDHIIURST, " i-? ýss on hand oa superior stock of I ~d andd Vehi,'les of various deserip nihicanm he warranted as beisng of the ,on, ,h,, thorounhl seasoned. and built Ssbjhis personal suo?pintendence. TIll TRA)DE WAGGON () w hich I lnvOg??iv?n partiiolar at ° . ". i Neat, handsome, .light. and ton Vwill carry six perona corn-. orIv. or ten hundred-weight over ,nroad. S,lectors and far ers " requested to call and exa linso these handsome re- , hid?s. References from any part of the district. . . STONE AA N, COACIBUILDER, W-IILIAMSON STREET, I Sandhurst. r. F. .,--- PICKLES & SONS, AMERICAN STEAM CARRIAGE WORKS, IfLLIAM3SON & BULL STREETS,:. ANDHURST, AWARDED Two First Prize Silver Cups - i First and Three Second Prizes, Grand National Exhibition, 1876; First Prize Silver Coup, one Special Prize, and the Highest Certifi sates of MIerit, for Enxcellenc of Materials and Worhkmnship, Kyneton Exhibition, 1876; and ever 30...

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The Kerang Times AND SWAN HILL GAZETTE. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. KERANG, NOVEMBER 2, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 2 November 1877

. c.A SWAn HILL GAZ.ET... PUBLISInED WEEKLY. KERAtNG, NOVEMBI31 R 2, 1877. H- Fr.D.OVan.-We hold over our lead ing article to make room' for ousr full repoirt of the banquet. FATAL - AcCDENrT.-A. fatal accident occurred to Mr Wyley, on M3lnday last, while o'iit"drivingwith his wife and family. The wheel of the-buggy came in cots cta with a stump with such violence that MJr. p' Wyley was thrown violently to the ground,: and killed him on the spot. i DEPARTURP.-We learn that Mr. T. A. Rochfort who hiasbeen amongst usso long, is leaving for England by the Chimborazo. which sails.from Melbourne on ,Saturday next. We regret that ill health coampels him to talke the voyage, in the hope that it may conduce to his recovery. PnoltAii?TIOx.-It :may. be :as' well to remind the public that the shire council have applied to the Covernaor-ifi-oincil to' proclaim the major portion of the West Loddon Riding a special area. under the Licensing Act 1876, and that Msnday next will be the last day, for...

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AN AMUSING DIVORCE CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 2 November 1877

tAN AMJUSING -DLVORCL E,?SE., " :~Thbe followini amusing" report of a di -orce ease :in ,Veatern t.ustrali;, is supplied by the special:correspondent of t?e,l Ag?-? i The DRvorceCo?rt of this colony has duripn the pireaeit month opened its maiden session with's .cac-s cleslse.; The petitioner; Dr.. 3Brnett, is colonial:surgeon, atFreemantle, and the co-respondent, -one .Thos; Stopkley Xing, -wastup to a f ew months ago, when he became bankrupt, a merchant in the. same town.. It appears that he used to visit `at the petitioner's .pretty constantly, ,and dur ng the latter end of 187i6 heand the pe titioner's wife became great friends: Tihe former was. unable td utter a word without stuttering and sought the; aid of the lady, (who was something_ of an; elocutionist) to: cure him; and the lady, who; in the midst, of comforts seems to have been far from happy,sougliht solace in the affection of what she called a "loyal" heart. The upsiot of all this was that the two were oonstantly toget...

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A CURIOUS ACTION FOR DAMAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 2 November 1877

A'CUlRIOUS A.CTION FORlt DAMAGES. A curious and interesting- acilon fora damages rvas heard in theCounty Court MelboTiieu(v~eleoarn from the Age);on?Fri day;3ieTore -Jdge-Copo-- _--man-named George Sill:, a" tailor, -sought to recover £1500 daini.g'es from Messrs. J PB. Mil ton and Alfred Harker, tailors of Coltins street,forinjury i?stanedathroughnegligence on the iart ofthe defcuidsnts, l 1r ?Villiams ppeared' for plaintiff,: and Messrs. : '. Smith' und' 'Puriies "for 'defendants. .? he plaintiff,; a iorhrin enga'ged on the defen dant's preunses, was, on the 13th Jiine, on his way: down .stairs ,when. he" stru'ck'Ihis foot against a bedstead left in the way, and fell" doirn 'the bedstead falling on him. Plaintiff sustained serious injuries.--tem porary and permanent. ' It was con tended on -lil-Hf plai tI.that-theo lobby shotuld have been I~?1 ith a: gas jet,, and that the, bq Fo ld nrot Tiave` Been `left' in t ht the defence it was .held th ?>q Vii' 'fr?e?isntly bean Uli and d...

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BENDIGO VINE AND FRUIT GROWERS' ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 2 November 1877

1B1 NDIGO VINE AND FRUIT- - SGRIOWER.' fflE::0t hA:TION- . O :a.. dv e? ?ii ithel sbfciet? metf ate Eh leMtroplitan Hotel when Messrs fraike (in the cli r awrs, Pohl 'Bruhnii ' Creiffenhagen, :urst,L Fisher, a?niIraemei?.r were present. - The consideration. or the letter from.- r. (G C?fLev'ey; in- reference to i sending. an. n: expert inm irnis to tlhe-Parisi Exhibition;:; wa? left over for consideration till Wed= nesday, ,when the : asscitilin will meet ,,aid. It was, ecidedl to postpone the ' annual meting and diuner, till ?ovem er. omine'formai.bisines weras disposed ?of and the'folloiviniK letter was read from Mr.T O. Patin wiellknowrn rFiench importer of wanes in mlelforiine. felbouirnei l? h October, 1877 :To the IBendigo Vignerons Asociation: Gentle-I meti-laving read,.a few days ago in the Airs the 'resolution. carried at your .last meetingo t he effect to have an expert sent{ . to Parisrto represent::youi r interests it sug gets -to e the idea 'of conferring with your1 abo...

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

SEA. tSlftiu~i' i iTh 'great snake has aain turneiidd up, havin been seen quite distinctly by the captain of the ship- Sacrameito, which ar rived on Saturday week from New York. The Sfellow?ing isrthe eoxtracd dondornin0 the sea monster from C ,ptain Nelson's log-book ? ":30thJu?', in 31.59 north and 37 iwesi. -Was caaleI oideck' by h?insan at the wheel who stated that a snake was passing a short distance from the vessel. Oa reaching the deaiktlie monster was plainly visiblemovimg vsteadily through the water, propelling? self by two large flappers or fins, situated a short distance behiinid 'tlie !head. It was ab· u5 forty feet long and the girth of a beef barrel, thd-colur'-being yellow. The man .at the wheel states that lie distinctly saw the eyeaof theanimalwen heli first oalled thu capaiu nwho says that he did?notihrry up ,ieslhe was called, as he didabnot believe in the existelice of such a creature.;, but when he diilget on deck; he.saw,it clearly end-iuh to hbe-certain that i...

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

THE GAZETTE.             We extract the following from the last number isssed: --The rents and fees for- the following leases in the Ierang district, were due in March! last:-Aitken, Chas. E. G., Quambatook W. 320a; Gorman, John, Macorna,250a; Hall, Peter, Gannawarra, 305a; Tulk, Amy C. Loddon, 320a; Talk, L. F., Loddon, 31la ; Vear, George, Loddon, 319a 3r 8Sp. : The land mentioned below has been with held from sale, leasing, and licensing, and excepted from occupation for residence or business under any miner's right orbusiness license-Nine acres three roods thirty-eight perches, jcounty of Gunbower, parish of, Gunbower, commencing at a point bearing south fire chains thirty-one links from the south angle of J.. Mastertdn's 10th section block, No. 43534. The license of William'M. Cox, parish of Marmal, has been revoked,-and the land de clared open for selection on and after Sa turday, the 10th November. ...

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THE RODNEY ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 9 November 1877

THE-RODNEY IELEOTION2t:=' SThe election for Rodney, whieh'was de cided 'n.Friday, occasioned general-inte rest. Theteturns we (Argus) have receiv ed, leave io doubt of the final result. At Echuca fM 'Shackell obtained a very large majority, receiving 289 votes more than his opponent; but the polling there 'was not so heavy as at the last election, when Mr Shackell's majority was 349. Both the candidates were at Echuca. The result of i the poll . there was declared shortly before 6 o'clock, and was received with cheers by the supporters of the local candidate. _At Rochester, Rushworth, and ',Heathcote, Mr. Shackell also polled heavily in excess of "his opponent, and the returns first received in town iapparently gave him an overwhelming majority. The aspect of affairs,however,was soon changed when the returns from the Goulburn Valley district were received. Not only was the majority obtained bly the Ministerial candidate wiped out, but a sunb stantial majority was recorded in favour'...

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KILLED BY A FALL OF EARTH. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 9 November 1877

KILLED BY A FALL OF EARTH. A lad named James Ryan, fifteen years of age, was killed on Friday at Taylor's bricklyard, Black-hill Flat, Ballarat, says the Age. He had beenengaged proeuringpipe clay withanother lanamed Peter Kinane, when a fall of earth occurred,partially bury ing Ryan. Kinane went at once for assis tance, and duringhis absence another mass of earth fell uponRyan, completely covering him. Kinane came back with assistance, but when the lad was extricated he was dead.

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