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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. LONDON, Sep. 10. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 13 September 1878

EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. (FROM I HE ARGIS CORRESPoNDENT ) Losnos, Sep. 10. There is still serious opposition to the Austrians assuming possession of Bos nia. The campaign is not likely to con clude this season. 56,000 insurgents with 40 guins are collected to defend the town The Austrians are likely to occupy Al bany. Dr Nolling the would be assassin of the Emperor, died from self-inflicted wounds. Dlelago Bay on the African coast now in the possesion of the Portuguese will probably be ceded to England. The Australian cricketers in England, have subscribed one hundred pounds towards the aid of the sufferers in the Princess Alice disaster at Woolwich. The .match with the Gentlemen of England resulted in a draw ; the game lasting'only two days. The first day the Gentleien had two wickets down for:76 runs. ' 'The remainder, were put out for 33 ; total score .109; four of the team failing: to score. - The bowling of the colonials was very effective, .Spofforth securing six wickets,'fiveg bei...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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NORTH-WESTEN PROVINCE ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 13 September 1878

ýORT .-WESTEN 'KUV hNLS I0L! C LION. The election to fill the vacancy in the ,illative Council will take place on ,ay next. t'hree gentlemen have rn mionated. Messrs F Robertson e retiring member), R. B. Tucker, 1'.i E. Sanbridge.. It has been Sthat the last named gentleman retired from the contest. . The ctors still now have to chose be * . essrs Robertson and Tucker these gentlemen have held meet in Sandhurst and given an exprisi- I of their political views. The fol. ing is a condensed report of . r Robertson said: The most impor t topic which was occupying public ,otion at present was the Reform tte Constitution of the Legislhitive euncil. No doubt they were aware ton the second reading of the. Bill, rich had been introduced by Sir prles Sladen, that he, the speaker, . fully explained- his views on -the-: I ject. He agreed that a reform of' 1 r upper House was necessary The ~dual advancement of the colony de- : t1ded further altriations in the con-. :tio,. He concurred in the red...

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BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH Sandhurst, Thursday, 6.30. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 13 September 1878

-"Y ELECTRIC TELXG1 APH .Sandhurst, .Thursday, 6.3o. 'The man: Vall chba eti to da y , the Police "Court for 'l'r c.1s onu' fitninted' for. trial: ". .

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LOVABLE GIRLS. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 13 September 1878

LovAn~r Grats.--Girls without an unde sirable love of liberty and craze for indit. dualism, girls who will let themselves be guided, girls who have the filial sentiment well developed, and who fe-l the love of a daughter for the woman who acts as their mother, girls who know that every day and all day long cannot be devoted to holiday making without the intervention of duties more or less irksome, girls who when they can gather them accept their roses with frank and girlish sincerity of pleasure, and when they are denied submit without repining to the inevitable hardship of circumstances these are the girls whose companionship gladdens and does not oppress or distract the old, whose sweetness and ready submission to the reasonable control of authority make life so plevaant and their charge so light to those whose care they are; these are the girls who become good wives in the future, and, in their turn, wise and understanding mothers, and who have to .choose' out of many where other...

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IMPOUNDINGS [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 13 September 1878

a IPOUNDINGS Echuca.-Impounded at Echuca. 27th An gust, 1878, by John Thompson.--l'respass Id. Roan or brin lie steer, both ears slir, IW or or T'W near rump, K off rump. Notice sent to supp so l owner. If not claimed and ex pernes paid, to be sold on 2nd October, 1878. Henry sanders, Poundkeeper. i?aywood -Impounded at Baywood Pound by Mr McLean; Light red poley cow. with bull calf progeny with strap'on neck, brand. not plain. By Messrs lleigh Brothers. 2 red and white bulls,. yearling,.. brnds not visible: red ball, yearling, brands not visible: blue and White bull, yearling, brands, not; visille. If not claimed and expenses paid.to be sold on 2nd October,.1878. J. F. Wil loughby, poundkeeper.', :· '.. A CAT SToar.-IMr E. W. Johnson, a drug. gist, is responsible for the followieig catjtit: He says he was sitting.quietly in his drug shop, when a strange cat walked in andl roamed about, poking into a variety of cor ners. Soon she stopped at a particulardrawer, which was labelled" ca...

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DURHAM OX. September 11, 1878 [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 13 September 1878

DURHAM OX. [FPO Oa R O ox ewKRESaSDE.TT September 11, 1878 For some 'days there, were signs of abundance of rain, and the accounts of L the heavy and general rainfall in New South Wales, caused many to hope, that the black clouds above our heads, so richly laden with the much long for moisture would not pass away without p p.uring their treasures upon us. but alas ! they have to all appearance passed us by as usual and our hopes are blighted. T: he sale on Friday was anything but successful, any quantity of stock for sale. and a goodly' gathering of on-. Ilooker.s, but, very few buyers.- more I lots were passed (some without anI offer) than were disposed of. There were quite an imposing show of Clydes- I Idale ' and ,thorouenhhred stallions. Amongst the former "Mount Aitken," was: most admired. - My thanks are due to our cricket club for furnishing me with something of which to write The return match with Pyramid Hill was played on Sa turday in the police paddock, "and vic tory was ...

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 13 September 1878

GOVE/RNMENT fp A G4Zt' E. The following information is ?a:ken from last week's Gazelle: It is notified that the Glenlotli' rn, in the pastoral district of Ca,tlemaine; has been abandoned by the licensees. License revoked:--Baih 3LKew, 320a, Towaninny. The Shire of East Loddoit has been proclaimed a special district for the granting of publicans' licenses. The hoaring of reasons against the forfeiture of the license of Jacob Price, 320a, Terrick Terrick West, will be heard at Elhuc on the 18th September, 1878. A long list ispublished of those who have not paid the rents due ozi their licenses and: leases during the month of February 1878. A land sale will be held at Kerang on Tuesday, 8th October next. Applications for licenses approved: V. Wilson, 317a, Tragowel; 1M Perkins, 320a, Macorna; E. -Brook, 31.$a, Tra gowel; W. C. Lester, 320a, Qnatiabatook; W. Swiffen, 60a, 3larmal; S. Gilmore, jun.,29Sa., Tragowel; Ellen B. Gannain, 320a, Leaghur; .t. George Le C. Jeffery, 127a, Leaghur....

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EXPERIMENTAL FARM. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 13 September 1878

EXPERIMENTAL FARM. Speaking of the proposed site of the experimental farm at Longerenongthe iHo sham .line? says:-" The spot is situated on the old railway reserve,and is :n an extensi..n of Darlot's Swampr The road from Horsham is down the L,ngerenoug road until the first turn to the lelt past Looney's corner, when a track.will be obser:ed bearing away at an aude, which track will take the visitor straight to' the scene of operan tinos. At present the nursery is in.a :emni-embrvo condition, but an aston ishing amount-of work has been done. considering the small aiount of labour employed, and the fact that'the opera. tions aforesaid were only commenced on the 22nd June last. About five acres have been fenced, trenched, and drained, an I laid out in:beds, and over 3,,(10 trees have already been planted. Amongst these are oaks and hickory, and multifarious varieties of plnne. Hundreds of Willows have also been planted, the spot, which is well watered affording a. splendid field for th...

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RETURNING OFFICERS. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 13 September 1878

r P.ETURnING OFFrceas.--Mr T. Lang don has been appointed returning officer for the North-Western Province, for the Boort district, and Mr A..C. Shelly for the Kerang district. CRIcKET.-Meembers of the' Kerang Cricket Club are invited by advertise ment to atrend a meeting on. Monday next at Taverner's Hotel. The business to be transactcd is announced as imnpor tant. No. dlol,t as the cricket season has just conu!enced, there will be a good attendance of members. STo,.'.-A heavy storm passed across the country. on Tuesday accompanied with lightning. From what we can learn it was only partial in extetit, its course being from N. E. to S W. Ke raiig not being in the tract traversed by the storm, was, not favoured with any rain. About a mile or two away the rain was heavy. Law.-T'hose who. have a proclivity f-r litigation can noiv hIave that propen sity gratitled,. as fro=z our arlvertising coluinh s it ?ill be seen that tlr Sulli van. solicitor, has taken up his residence l amongst us,...

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The Kerang Times AND SWAN HILL GAZETTE. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. KERANG, SEPTEMBER 13, 1878. GOVERNMENT DETRACTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 13 September 1878

Axn Sw.Iy HILL GAZETTE. PI'BL.II ED WEEKLT. KE'RANG,SEPTEMBER i3, 1878. GOVERNMIENT DETRACTORS. THE labours of those who have been using their best endeavours' for some considerable time past to damage the credit of the. colony, appears to have met with a modicum of success. We say appears, because it is very doubtful at present whether their success is real or not. Finding that any open opposition to the policy of the present Government was unavail able, other tactics were resorted to. One of the first was' to prevent members of Parliament from getting any remuneration for their services. Had they been successful in this, the majority which supports the Ministry, and which is representative of the majo rity of the electors, would doubtless have been affected. Payment of ,members is the key stone of democracy. Our experience has taught us that men of means do not, and will not, represent men without means. Money can repre sent money. Men inr humble circum stances are best represente...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 13 September 1878

W.-\i\" K;. " t \Il W A K T .', K N o , A qu ntity nf Galvanize, Corru;atcd I'm. igttliv d. amed, on Sual CI. 'ap Lara limij a wayton Itnd. * *;< ;, 2.' *; i' PI1. ',D: , TIMIB 'lR YARTD AW M!).L;, cmlc. " Hiih'-strict Sanu!hurst A r i O W N<. GR'I. ADA.MS is the only Authlori dl . GOE T in KEItANG and Detrict. for thelr r'elbr.rtd' SINGGR'S Se.ving Mn-hin.e. h h' Ith- Ne -.les, Cottons.. Oils, and D::pli a.tes? alw'ay~ on htnd. Rrpai:s done. l.a.s i p iven. Time payme.ns. A . ----*--- * .h, SIIKRE A I VEKTISEM ENT S. " tat S .hire of Swan Hill. A T GE. h SENDEIS will Ite *I.c ivedl at, to 'TUES. I DAY lI 8th dIay f i)L.TOBER, li:8. I it N ;!->'. .f.. - | i, 1. Erectine tRIDG an Driven Piles ovr Pyvamidi Cr.ek, ., Echuca toaul, at Sat-a.'.. . 2. rectilig atl ut three quarters of a I , mile Wire Fe-c.u. anil shilting yar a t on said ans.-on' elr*"c"tio .l. i 3. Cle..rii. half chain wiie, ,ne.aidle nmote or le" in. length, adjacent to "' Whit-s a, d Il-K.:atn'...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. PARIS EXHIBITION AWARDS. PARIS, Sept. 3. GOLD MEDALS. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 13 September 1878

EUROPEAiN TELEGRAMS. !i PARIs ExsiBrrioN AWARDS. " lil [FnOJI TIaR ARiGUS COBRESPONIDENT.] t] The .following are the Victorian I awards:-- ... .......... PAmrs, Sept. 3. g GOLD MEDALS. Geological Map of Victoria, including Tasmania-Department of Mines. Iron in Pigs-Victorian Commissioners. i Lead in Pigs-Victorian Commissioners. Geo. Smith, Wangunyah-Wine. F. Chapman, _Melbourne-Wine. SILVER MEDALS. JohnFerres,Governmentprinter-B?ooks and printing from Government Printing Office. W. Detmold-Bound books. . A. Gray and Co.. Albion Mills, Geelong a -Tweeds. . .s Victorian Commissioners-Native wea pons. W\. Davis-Blackwood exhibits. Victorian Commissioners-Timber. J. Mackintosh, Echuca--Redgumn sleep ers and felloes. A. Douglas, Caramut-Merino wool. P. Russell, Skipton-Merino wool. I-ion. R. Simson, Toorak--Angora wool. Apollo Stearine Candle Company Candles and soaps. Wallis and Co., tanners, Richmond Bootsand fancy leather. J. Danks,' Bourke street--Brass work, for engineers. Stevenso...

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RAILWAY EXTENSION TO BOORT. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 13 September 1878

RAILWAY EXTENSION TO BOORT. a S g BT OUR OWN REPORTER . p In consequence of a half promise of tI the Minis'ter of R?iilwavs to-.visit Boort at no distant date'i~it rerehee to'rail- E wvay exteinsiohi to" that ;district? ithe residents have 'been?on they qi" wive to, p give him a proper reception. As some time has elapsed since the promise was given, some. were fearing, the Minister would' not have time'at his disposal to . redeem his promise .iThese doubts weire C set aside last week when Mr Hayes. e whiohas been working hard for railwiiy extension to these northern districts t (and who, by. theaway, is looked upon as a future, representative for the Avoca 'electorate), received a commu-. nication from .the department stating it was the Minister's intention to pay his promised visit to the Boort district = on Saturday, the 7th inst. Mr Hayes e forwarded the information to those places most accessible, but as commu nication with other places is not fre quent, he proceeded by special ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 13 September 1878

TRADE ADDRESSES. ROBERT PEITTIGREW, cADDLTR &:;STOREKEEPB R !:, . ~CAMEL SThRe, TO F(RMiEIS AND OTHERS. F. ESLEP, :..DUR.AM OX. TG to a.nnounce t?nt he is prepared. to L) ". undertake contnacts DAM MAEKING. bhItlDGE tAKiCING, A r.y work entrusted to his care.will be fait? fu'ly exe.uted ESTIMATES GIVEN. MEDICAL. Sent in an 'Envelooni; Secure from Ob servationr.-Price. Is Stamps. T E B OTANIeC TRE4T'ENT FOR ALT NERVOUS DISORDERS, Prostration ol the FSytemn, Mental and Physical d,,bility, &c. &c.: alsa Co..aumptioii, Chronic Liver Disease -idl E?ile.sy. . ADDnrse: IR. . SFELBY, NedicatHerbalist 2SUwyn etreet, Mooro Para, Sydney. Pure Volatile: IU CALY PT I. EXTRACT 'lHIE Exffact of the Eucalyptus Globu lus , manufactured solely by MIessas Sander and i:n, Fandhurst, recommends itself by the following declaratio and testinmonial : Epitome uf declatation made before Moritz Cohnu...P., o" the 17th October, 1878. at : andhurot :-'Three medical ge?t:emen had attended...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 13 September 1878

SROFESSIONAL --. . i1 I. W RIUXON, SOLIO1T ORi ,&c., OF TIll CUPR]EME COURTS O1 VICTORIA AND NEW SOIi l;WALES (So.ICITr FOIlt ro?i: SW\VA :I.HILL' Sunn: Couxcolsr,.hl,,ii1, -) :. ! CO3DIISSIONElR of theSUl'REMIS COURTS of Victoria. South An.;trilia, & New Zeaiand, for Taking Allidavits, &c. SFFIIt_ GI :I3\LL3 SANDI) URST. Ititruction c ?n be left withf3r. C. E.A- l brecht, .erang. 'MRS A. SHELLEY, itPI L OF 3[1Rl ;BU1)DEE, IFEGS. to ??nounce tht le givee instruction [ l) O1 tho Pianoforte, at her residence, Ke r?,,.: Terms o?lerate. " A HOTELS. .. -- - - E:RAN G... OT E L.E JOHN :CULLEN,: PROPPRIEOOR. BEST WINES AND SI'ITIfS IN STOCK. 1 Good A?coanunodatio1 for Travellers. Civility tc and Imoderatecharges. : ;i:\V : . T-'' :'R: E "R COM~MiERCIAL HOTEL, B EGS to notify that .throtgh the "large in . crease in businss he.is now niking large additions to his premises and. wil cntillnue to supply first class hotel ccoutnodaitibn. " , 31ERCIL\)IS E.r:: - T. J. CONN...

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AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 13 September 1878

AG ICULTURAL OTS. The crops in the district of 3Marnýr. we observe,. looking splendid, the' weather having just come in time tol their growth. The fine weather experienced dnrint last week has buen greatly benefici. crops around the Biendigo district t' which were sown early in the season ing especially made wonderful prog that farmers are getting more sas, every day of a most abundant lharve Several 'of the farmers in this i (says the Gordonl Adlvertiser) hare season gone in somewhat extensirds, peas. Several large paddocks hare' sown down iwitli them,in lien of whea.. they have every appearance ofbeing and healthy. The correspondents of the Wimmera Star report that the country around Kewell; Natimuk, and generaly throughout the Wimmera district, looks exceptionally well, and that the harvest prospects are very favourable. The farmers have in most instances doubled the acreage under crop. The Age says respecting rnust, tint l some ascribe its existence to atnio. causes, it maiv, in...

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SCULLING MATCH. SYDNEY, Saturday [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 20 September 1878

. SCULLING 3IAT-OCI I (amosr Tiln: AnIcs contESpON-DEry Sm?r , Saturda Several thousand people were Pre the match between Laycock and ers The weather was fine and calm. ]Ly won the toss for choice of sides. 3lesse caught water first, and took a Iad of a length, but Laycock quickly went to front. He again had to relinqtish lead to Messenger,but LaycockquicenQ stroke and took a lead of a clear len which he soon increased to two len From this out Messenger was in the race, Laycock winning by four or five lengths. The st ers interfered considerably witl men, especially Messenger. After I cock went away, the former strugglei gamely, and was repeatedly cheered ] however, had not a chance from start finish. The stakes were paid over in evening, and Mr Driver strongly animl, verted upon the conduct of tlhe cap of steamers, and promised to bring matter before .'arliament.

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FATAL BOAT ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 20 September 1878

FATAL BO AT ACCIDENT. A melancholy boat accident, resulting in the death of Mr William Henry Davis, law clerk in the employ of Messrs Wisewould and Gibbs, occurred on Sunday afternoon, in the Bay, between: Williamstown and St. Kilda. Shortly after twelve o'clock the deceased, with Mr Emerson, solicitor, left the Saudridge Pier to enjoy a sail in the small yacht Egerton, recently purchased by the latter gentleman. They sailed out to opposite the lightship, when the course of the yacht was altered for St. Kilda. Mr Emerson was at that time attending to the helm, and deceased being forward. 1ie was standing up, and as the breeze at the time was rather fresh, the boat was not steady. Mr Emerson states that whilst speaking to him he saw him suddenly stumble and fall overboard. Mr Emerson at once grasped an oar and threw it towards deceased, who was struggling in the water. IIe called to him to lay hold of the oar but unfortunately MIr Davis neither heard the words of advice nor saw the o...

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AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 20 September 1878

.AGRICTULTURALA NOTES. During the last week the weather, al though not very pleasant, has been all that the farmers could desire, the occasional heavy showers being most beneficial to their crops and grazing paddocks. The crops are lookingvery well here,andthey are said to Go equally as well on the Loddon,and other places. The early sown crops although in some places touched by the blight or rust, are generally very luxuriant, and the farmecs have no reason to complain. Grass is also very plentiful here at present, and the stock are looking well--3.E.News. A Californian paper says that the wheat of Taos grows from three to four feet high, and is rust proof. The berry is very large, measuring on an average half an inch in length, and weighs about four pounds heavier to the bushel than the common wheat. The average crop is from 70 to 100 bushels to the acre. We have infor mation from several respectable and credit able gentlemen that there has been an in stance within their own knowle...

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WRECK OF THE HARLAW. SYDNEY, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 20 September 1878

\iWRECK OF TIlE IIAIALAW. [FRO1M Tri .SMGUS CORRSiPO.?'InT.] SYn?'IY, Monday. A dvicee from Shanghai, hy the Iris bane, state there is little chance of the stranded ship Ilarlaw, from Newcastle, being saved. The third of the missing boats, with the second oilicer and a sea inan, has been picked up ; seven others in the same boat were washed overboard by the capsizing of the boat, and drowned. The second officer and remaining seaman clung to the boat and righted her, and after severe suffering were rescued by a Chinese junk, near Woosung, and taken on to Shanghai. The fourth boat, with nine of the crew, is still missing. A. severe accident happened to a son of .Mr Babbage, of Stratlloddon, on Saturday. The young man, says the Uastlemaline Re presentative, had been out shooting dur ing the moruing, and by some means the powder in his pocket got loose, and some remained in it while he was working at a forge, when a spark ignited it, blowing his clothes to pieces, and most seriously bur...

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