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THE NEW CALEDONIA REVOLT. NOUMEA, 5th September. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 20 September 1878

TIIE NEW CAIED)ONL. REVOLT. [IFnoMl TiIl. Au\F. CORtIESPO'ONDENTJ NOtU?E.t, 5th September. On the 1st instant, a grand attack upon the rebel chief, Atai, and his men, was de cided upon, to take place at daydawn the fol lowing morning. Three hundred of Cap tain Servan's Canala natives, and from fifty .to sixty soldiers and sailors were told off into three detatclnhents and marched against the foe, their move ments being masked by a thick mist, Whose friendly aid very much tended to the success which was destined to reward the efforts of the attacking side. Stealthily moving onwards, the bill upon which Atai was known to be with his tribles was gradually neared. One column re mained on guard, the others surrounded the hill; one portion of this force being led by Captain Servan, 'whilst another French oflicer was at the head of the second colunu. Servan, seeing his natives hesi tate, dashed ahead with five sailors, and raised the war-cry of the natives, who at once followed him, yellin...

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NORTH-WESTERN PROVINCE ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 20 September 1878

ORTrW'H-WESTERN PROVINCE ELECTION. On Monday the result of polling in this province only tended to convince every ondes impression that Mr Tucker had not the slightest chance against the Hen. Fraincis Robertson, as the returns that have just come to hand will show that the opinion in the latter gentleman's favor was even stronger than anticipated. It will, however, be a day or two before the final returns come in, as the province is so large and the polling booths so awkwardly placed as to render the work of counting the votes most tedious and difficult. There has been less excitement in this part of the province thban at any previous election we remember, but a glance at the returns will show that so far as the real feelings of bhe ma jority of the public are concerned such elections are only empty farces. The following is a complete list of the re turns as they have come to hand : Polling Places. Robertson. Tucker. Sandhurst... .. 380 21 Long Gully ... 2i 0 Eaglchaw:k ... ( G Kang...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. SYDNEY, Sep. 19th. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 20 September 1878

SLATE6 I s , i iLt3ZC . S~YDNy, Sep. 19th. The inquiry inti the wreck of the City of .euctisle terminated to-day, and Captaiu Summer Bell found guilty, being absent from the control of hi. ves sel when approaching port. The chief officer was also found guilty for not oh serving proper care in the navigation of the vessel. At the meeting of the free selectors delegates, the 36th clause in the Draft land Bill, permittingselection without resident, was condemned as being open to ab :se. The clause on the volunteer order was also condemnmd.

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PRIESTLY V. EAST LODDON SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 20 September 1878

PRIESTILY v. EaS: P LUDDON SHIRE COUNCIL. 'In a former issue we referred to this case chich was tried at the late Ses sion in Sandnurst, we might again, however. briefly a'lude to the facts. Priestly is a settler in the Egst L' ddon Shire, Int some time ago the council repaired a creek or: culvert near Priestly's land, which the latter says caused the storm water to overflow anid damage his property. The council on the other hand contend that Priestly's landl was liatle to be overflown by all heavy floods an I was under water more than once previous to the council irepiring the :oad or culvert. A ver dict, however. wis given again=t the coui.cil who held an extr.lar;linarv meeting last Saturday to ascertain the opinion of the members wiih reference to an appe.l to , h!gher court. There were present-- the President Cas. 'ardy, -rdwick, Lethlean, Pentreathl Laird. Gill and Potter. The I're.-i dient having stated the business of the mneeting spoke strongly in favor of. ap peal no, whic...

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PARLIAMENT. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11TH. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 20 September 1878

PARLIAIlMEN T. WsEsDSDAY, SEIxtsrxmnE11TIl. In the Council, after some formal busi ness, the report of the Committee of the Constitution of Council Bill was carried, and the third reading was fixed for next Tiues day. It was stated by Sir Charles Sladen, that he was anxious that both the lReform Bills should be sentto the Assembly, and dealt with as one bill. The House shortly after adjourned until the following Tuesday. In the Aasembly, the Minister of Mlines. in answer to Mr Blirdstated that three dia mond drills were expected daily, but tile terms upon which they would be lent had not yet been decided. The Chief Secretary, in reply to Mr Sharpe,said that the subsidy to public bodies would be paid if possible this month. In reference to the proposed loan, IMr Service asked the Chief Secretary if the Governient had received anycommnunica tion from the associated banks or from England that would be sufficiently imupor tant to allow it to be made publicly known. Hie simply asked this...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 20 September 1878

TrRADhi ADD11i SSES. RQ)ItEPT Pii.TTIGREW1r, ý(ý+týA I).D DK&.S:ST 9 ItR EgE E P'E` 3 CA3 : ,,:3eU' ETIT,,., T, i TO FaMS ?1 ES AND OTiISnl . Ir F;`11 17EG3 to eanto re cmthat he s, prepaeed to 19 ; :i6udei~;r 1:e ccntita a t; DflI _MAsisO, . 7t117Gi.ýl SILIýG, '_a :. yd i trdik ectru.-: :c to his care reill be faith fais 1yeaetid EaE iIM ~ TE8' GIVEN'. i' 'A I ),N 1C)NGER, ;. m1GI N~t:A STi LSEP i 't' he Clhceapt Place in the Diatrxct for Goodeeof all kinds., MEDICLL. Sent in an Envelore,- Secure from GO- { serration.-Price, Is Stamps. rp HE P.OTPNIC TRE5TTIiiT FOR ALL SNPPEVRPOtIDISUISDERSe. fl'rnri iun of I the *eaters , Mentl and Physical dnilaxl, v.. i Rcm: oleoCo -umptiee, Chronic Liver Disenae, i en E l& ierx" ADaDsCc: It T. PELBI, Mrdical Hchrbalat, Se a e iri'eue ex, 10,c11 Pax Iydney. * ure .Volatil e { sod only h Bottles atis 6d and is 5d each TVho'era' lad Reai! Agen! foer tihe iXc rczn tdisii rct, QOke of tize La a, g 2 oes ecid Swdcne fl_/il Gaz.ete. I:...

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The Kerang Times AND SWAN HILL GAZETTS. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. KERANG, SEPTEMBER 20, 1878. AN AGRICUETURAL SOCIETY FOR KERANG. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 20 September 1878

"AnD S'ivix Hix GAZETe.. M- PBLLSHElD WEEKic. KE RANG,SEPT EMBFI .o,. rS7S. AN AGRICUI'LTIURAL SOCIETY FOR IKERANG., 4s the: march of civilisat?ion and settlement progresses throughout this vast .continent of; Austraasia;' and what "was only a short time ago a barren wilderness gradualy becomes a rcene of busy activity arid smiling fruiutulriess, the axe and plough having cleared and made the land fit fuo tilling, t'e :farmner then becories, tie 'founder of a r ign of plenty and busy usefu nuss. Such has been the progress of this district, and at the present time we are happily enabled to enjoy the well-earned fruits of the pioneers of agricultural settle ment. And now, as we have reaped ,such benefits by persevqrance, it is our duty to still push.onward with a steady determination. that this district shall be second to none in.the colony for pro gress and improvement, to tkeep pace ,with the rest of the 'world; ,therefore it is now incumbent upon us to leave no stone unturned to de...

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THE OLD STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 20 September 1878

Tuts OLD Sronr.-A. certain yoaun.lly, : pa s.siina more than ordi?iary accomp ish i ment, for er her class of lic-.eiug the daughter of paor but respectable parents-on the death of a weal:thy relatire, rccntlr, became, en titled to eight tho.uund -pounds. When the t gand tillinog reached the ears 4, hr .neigh bours, mrmny warml amir ri. flooced troundl the Iithecrtto ungiectld beaut',aud .ihere we n", end to t!:ouertwres of love. :Previousto the tanr in Fortune'. whiiel a; young omatn Lf hanllle pretlcniins had been tile young lady' .. only sattr. but h. kn?oi: l,..do of her wc.dtli at otllc pl tcrd a i,,r.nid.ble barrier in. his wmAy and hie c.u opted hiituo-lf with bein a sil,_ut 'oOs;hipp:r :,t ?a disatnce. d.:tterrs ritci mhtely cain.,to a: cr-it, aud itn order to t Is thi alf:ti'J of h,:r sai , ! c.. the young. lv ly caut.d a report tL circetlated that he.r .supoli?d fort' , ii s e.dirv u,1i; a i intl, th h in e having ccilrre?i : :ha a 'iini- . [ari' o niimoec. 'i'h ie ii llbr...

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SELECT POETRY. THE LION AND THE KANGAROO. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 20 September 1878

SELECT POETRY. TIlE LION AMD TIE KANGAROO. The Lion he ruled o'er many a land, And, ditto, most of the sea ; Right well he wielded his flashing brand Such a doughty old chap was he. In sport or battle 'twas all the same, Ble always carried the sway ; Age could not his noble spirit tame, None might his prowess gainsay Till a "customer came from Australia's shores, Just to put the old gentleman through, Then Leo gave one of his terrible roars, When he "spotted" the Kangaroo. The marsupial said," Recollect me you may, If not, just think upon Trickett; I'm aware with the willow you held the sway, But I think I can take your wicket." So at it they went both hard and fast, 'Twas a sight the struggle to view, " Oh scissors?" cried Leo," I'm lickedat last By the Australian Kangaroo. The victory gained, the battle won, Leo shook his noble head, And slhaking paws with the long-tailed one, "Twans thus the monarch said : " To do any less thi n what you have done, Would disgrace your sires of yo...

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TERRICK TERRICK AMATUER CHRISTY MINSTRELS. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 20 September 1878

iERRICK TElItICK AMATIT EI CII1STY MINSTRELS. .~ne e re ow' O on eroaPOsDT.) COn Fri lar. the l:th inst, the above 'n?..y perlrmed at Pyramid ill : the Pvramid Hall, the property of r ''. Wt:Ton. The hall, lately -?t-1 b' our enterprising neighhour, S":,c iut 75 tfet long and 26 feet wide. : a stae.. a dre.sinu roon.and good i:t, and is capable ,of seating about :' soe ns Log befitra the time ::imtied fan the performance to :?e:;r,. tte house was crammed to . via, anl a tow had ta content ":: es with standing outside the o k.::! lok;,z over the shoulders of a/,s was fartunate enou',h to get l About twenty minutes past Ia the'l cur:tain rose and revealedl a Stt t: _e the full wixth of ,he hall . carpeted, an I on which were sn chairu and on the seven ehairs the !.jy-e:ts of t' remarks Their respec pl;ceR were Mtr 0 Bluudeo,centrc : -; Mir Bernnet, t:anmbourile ; B!yth, .rwas.; with Ilong, baanj, ; Barnes. con 'r::m; anid Penhertly filling in be e'::, while r E. C. Edlzaoie (piano), a...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 20 September 1878

All "nwk a'td no play -(tIla .: In lrn'ter i+ "t[atizr.' with hi. three childlrn :it it trieud'a house.)-lr.euJ : uaa Ci.e Inttter, Jnhn'.y." Jol.n-1y *rbclvnivallyl ult tcr. tinma oUu, i,n -r nambrI neat.-r 'r adr·r. ohje·ctivr c-~sr, ;gteeio bg with bre;:d."' ( 'ra rtion. A d-a-Tr'mi dun~r 'estnic her lov-,r with a bra! en my lie isand I'll thak y.ur leed -ii !

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CORRESPONDENCE. SUPPOSED DUMMIES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 20 September 1878

S'CORRESPONDENCE. FUPP SED DUMMIIES. To nn I'DIma OP ToP. tKe AO ItUirs Sint-A repo t is curent that th.re will Fe an inqutiry as t to heb Ln tide.. of tertain seletois on 1;annawnnrra run. Ir ii to I. I'opeI f.,r the weli.i,: of the district thalt it i. nfafct. and that I.the linis'er of Lands wi.1 h ,e it presite.dl over by J.nd.n Bind n, who dJ'ne o nmuch good with the Ech'tclenquiyv; ann I not our Local Land card :s thie i - pr ssien here is tha:t rntnitting s;yn:ath exists too strongly with our local Board. If the evidence is nor. upon oath, the euquiry "ill ben it f.ilurc.-Yours, &c., Pno Pln" PCELICO.

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WEDNESDAY. Before Messrs H. Taverner (chairman). and T. Littleton. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 20 September 1878

117 EDjEfiD\Y. Before Messrs H. Taverner (chair m:u). and T. Littletun. W. Trengrove was charged with wi!. fully destroying the property of J. Fraceie, hairdresser, to the value of 48Su. S.r Sullivan appeared for the cmn plainant, who stated the defendant came to his place on the previous eves ing, and threw his thin.s ab.ut asnash ing and breaking them The value o! the articles destroyed is £2 Ss. The sane prisoner was ch:arged by the police with being drunk and dis orderly, and also wvit:a using obscene language To the latter charges he pleaded guilty. In the first charge the bench in flicted'a fine of 1.:s, damage £2 8s, costs 21s, or in defiult one month's imprisonment; for being drunk and disorderly fined 5s, or t.ventv-fiour hours imprisonment; for using obscene language tined 5ss, or tveeit-ri,,ar hours' imprisonment. The flues in each case were paid.

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KERANG PETTY SESSIONS. Monday, Sept. 16. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 20 September 1878

KERA. - PETTY SESSIONS iMonday, Sept. 16. B3efre 1essris H. Tavernei (chair. 'ian), T. Littleton, and W. J. 1\P Patchell, J's.P. Ed. M'l'Hale applied for a carrier's liceinse; wchlil was granted. Areh: Tayldi' v Louis Smith.-.No appearance. - Martin Quin v Louis Smith.-No aplpearance. James Wicket v Louis Smith.--No appearance. Crown Landas Bailiff v Win. Honor and-- Gray, partners.-lllegally occu. ,pying Crown lands. Mr Sullivan appeared for the defen. dants, who said that his clients had been summoned under the 17th see. of the Land Act 1S69. They had pro, ceeded to erect a house, and while they were doing so were informed by the Crown Lands Bailiil' that they inu?t dleist as they were in illegal oceupation. They pleaded guilty to the charee. as they were igo ,rait of the law. It was not from any desire to evade the Act. They were willing to take out a license. The bailiff asked the bench to inflict only a nominal line. The Bench filel the defendants 25s; six weeks allowed to remo...

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MURDER OF WHOLE FAMILY. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 20 September 1878

3MURDEII 01? WHOLE FAMILY. A whole family has been murdered a Vales in a way which recalls ID Quinc?et account of the murders in Ratcliffe Hii.i way years ago. On Monday, 15th, a assassin appears to have entered the pre. mises of a labouring man, named Watkdin, his wife, and three children of seven,five,and four years. The husband and wife Rtes murdered in the lower rooms, being fint clubbed and then their throats cut, and the children were stabbed upstairs, either to suppress evidence, or in a mere thirst for slaughter, such as I)e Quineey proves il liams, the murderer of the IRatcliffe High way, to have entertained. The house nr then ransacked for property, and finallyset on fire. A Spanish sailor, named Garia, has been arrested for the deed, and the cir cumstantial evidence against him seems strong. He had been seen near the plae, he had been scratched in some struggle, and lie had articles of female ap. parel in his possession, which he had not when discharged from pri. son on t...

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PYRAMID HILL. Sept. 17, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 20 September 1878

pYRAIIMID HLL. ,.lI oui OW N CJRR tiOS1.0% vept. 17, b178 prhaps the mnost important item ,of .aiire 'y i 1st1 was the ireetin oft Ir. h i t uald Rnek for the ,r-e of;r orming a Selectors' Ass-. i,. T'heioe was a good attendance. 3 PI'rowett. J.P., occupied the ,at af ter reading the advertise :contyenin. the meeting. w nt on ,;r that he thiought the time had ril when selectors shruld take siont- towanrs looking after ti eir i:;inerests iTh clhairnmn was fl-. -Ih .Messrs 23. Herrick, Newton, I'elir. and .T. F. Couch. The ?erntlemintl brotuhitt under the of the ,ncetirng (which. by the is to be known as the Bald Bock ih ,of the Selectors' Associati I) Sluhliects that such aL' lOeoiationI t di-cuse. The Lirst objc'6ft the ,ia?ion would be to look after tile *,ts of selectors in such ways as to get the duty off bargs; in v, tie Minlst-r of Railways to -^ the freight on grain; getting !eh.awk mi?e a separate electorate, etu-n orne moember, and still have e e fir Mlandura.'o; also .Mr Lo...

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MURDEROUS ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 20 September 1878

_MURII)EIOUS ASSAU.LT The quiet that prevails ill Portland disturbed about twelve o'clock last Thu day wreek, by John llaynon, a stonenare residing at D)rumbarg, near Hleywood. I came into the town early in the day, a called at the Lamb Hotel and enagl lodgings for the night, and left a gin, , in the care of the landlady. lie ren in the evening drunk, and quarrelled ajl a respectable young man who was sittii in the bar parlor, and thlreateneed Sshoot him. Baynon, having obtaini possession of his gun, prepared to load The landlady immediately sent for } police, and on Constable Fraser coming Baynon rushed iuto the street threatening shoot. The constable seized him, endear ing to secure the gun, but Ilaynon dire large pocket Ilcife and made a furiousatta on the constable, on wrhom lie inilicted se distinct cuts on his left hand, one netria severing the middle finger. The constabll however, held on bravely, and Herr Ait. ger, seeing how he was situated, rushed for. ward and strucek ayn...

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DURHAM OX. September 17, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 20 September 1878

DUItIHAI OX. rraox ost: ow0 ooeaasro.srr] September 17, 187R. I verily believe that nothing less than an earthquake or a shjier.,of r.iai would rouse people here from their lethargy. Whatever effect the former would have, there is no doubt the latter would cause a sensation. Etch !tay is a fa.simi/e of the preceding one-sunshine, dust, and unbroken stillness, save by the. grumbliuig of select:,rs at the want of rain. Even such an uncommon event as the election of a representative for the Uptier House was not regarded as a matter of the slightest importance, and anyone might have passed throigh the tow;iship without seeing any "' outward and visible sign" of anything unusual taking place. The deputy returning officer and his poll clerk must have had an exceedingly quiettiime of it. The unfortunate policeman who was sent from Inglewood to do special duty on the occasion would doubtless have esteemed it a favor if some rowdy had put in an appearance to relieve the' in, rotony of the pr...

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 20 September 1878

GOVIERNME NT GAZETTE. The following information is taken from last week's Gatelle: - lMe?sra John Johnson, Francis Tun stalli, .Jme?Martin, James Crockett, and John , Hannon have been appoi,,ted trus tees of the lalud temtporarily reservei on 4th Septem er,. 1876; as .a site for a cemetery at Mysia. The Gonvenor in Council ha; acceptedl the resinartion by II1 rdoch Comp!,ell. of the office of )eputy Electoral Registrar ftr the Swan Hill Division of the North Western Province. Applicatin?s for licen'es approvel J. Gilston, 1 "a B,nrt; J. Rob ti, 320a, Mlurrabit; S. Marks, :12(:a, M3urabit; W. Leroux, 3101, Lea hur. Applications under the Land Act not granted - J. Dwyer, 30a, Boort: C. Cameron, 320a. Jeruk: W.Jeru Al idiletn, 261a, Terrick Terrick West ; J. K. Mid dleton, ,R5a, Terrick Terrick West; R. Savage, S0a, Jarklan. Application of leases approred.-A A. G. Lamont,Tnrruererry North,32a;i John Ri bison, Turrnumbherry North.3)20a James Robison, Turrnmherry No ,thi, :2l60a; .1. Eld...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 20 September 1878

On Saturday the Chief Secretary receiv ed, through his Excellency the Governor, a telegram from the Imperial Government in answer to one sent a few days since, ask ing for permnnission to appoint a Royal Com mission in the Queen's name in connection with the forthcoming exhibition. 'lie Go vernment are advised to take steps through the Agent-General instead of through the Governor, with a view of moving the Colonial Office on the subject. Mr Berry intends to send a message by cable forth with, instructing the Agent-General to take the necessary steps in the matter, and to secure, if possible, the active co-opera tion of the Colonial OlHice towards obtain ing the support of the various Govern ments of Europe. A good deal of nego tiation with the European Governments will be rendered necessary in order to make the exhibition a success as an international undertaking, and very great assistance nmay be afforded by the Colonial Oflice should the authorities in that department be in cline...

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