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

NoP.Ti-WiVEsTi a Pstovfcs EtacToi:o. S-Complaints both load and deep may be heard from all directious, about the unsatisfactory arrangement for recording votes +at the i.lte election.' Although there were a considerable niumer of pullingbootho rcatteredaboutt heprovince, yet from some cause,probably gegraphi cal ignorance, very few 'ivailedtheonielves of thell. T? us while tiere was a po.l ing booth at IKerang fir the Kerang Dr' vision, residents in Kerang were required to go to Durham Ox to vote, a distance of thirty miles, but as their enthulsiasi was not equal to a sixty miles jourriey the votes were not recrided Tie oinly votes recorded at Kerang were front .live electtrs who reside on the other side of ,the Loddon. One or two came to Ke rang fronm Pyramid Hill to vote, and 'were disgusted to find that their journey wa5s usteless. Several colulDainte were i also made because many hna?ms were not on the roll. What with one blunder anud another Kerang was practically die ifachised...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. London, Sept 14. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 20 September 1878

EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. at (FRoM THE IMELitOtsN9E.PAP.U) S i " "' " Lond6n,'Sept' 14. .U The; money market is u'inchange-l. it The bankreserve acquires fresh strength P) :week by week, and is now over sc !' r,oo,0ooo. p Business in all departments of'the cE Stock :-xchange.is dull. .. . "' ' : Consols are recovering, and are now quo:ed 'at 95. The market for Australian securities tl shows no sign of recovery. ...... The tone of the wool market is re laxed, and prices have receded lest scoured is id lower, faulty scoured Id to' 2d. Good greasy maintains its value, but itferior is neglected l Crossbreds are heavy. Of the 170,000 1 hales catalogued, the withdrawals to the present date amount to r ,ooo0 ' bales. I Ihe corn market is fl t and drooping. iorviun arrivals are iery Large. "i'he t ::a.s,. i i t .:viS d ':c;i clc UL1 "I Adeluide wheat sup` ,sfiae" it?_i'iq _ a is selling, ex store. at 5os to 5Ss.: '-_ \ rv N Zealand wheat is slching ex ;store, at 445 to 48s per, 4961b, according t...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. LONDON, Sept. 12. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 20 September 1878

EUROPEAN TELEGtRAMS. . FROM TiLE ARGUS CORRESI'ONXDEI T Loxnox, Sept. 12. The British Cabinet is disturbed by tile German and Greek notes as to the evasion on the part of Turkey in carrying out the proposals of the Berlin Conference in re gard to the rectification of frontier lines. Sharp despatches have been sent by the British Government to St. Petersburg re garding Condal (? Cabul). The furlough granted to the military in Greece has been recalled. Rtomania hesitates to occupy the Dobrudscha, as she apprehends resistance from the residents. A conspiracy of a serious nature has been discovered in Seville, the object being the proclamation of a republic. RIussia has advised Servia not to disarm, and continues the payment of the subsidy. An Austrain advance to Salonica, in Thessaly, is expected. A fearful colliery accideut has occurred at Ebhbow-vale, in Wales, by which 300 persons were killed. Out of the total num ber in the mine SO were r rescued. LoxDox, Sept. 11. Titi- ST. LEGEIO...

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S[?] WEDNESDAY, 18th. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 20 September 1878

[riiOM Our1 owe C RiEONDoliscl]. WEn: rsst1, I8th. . My duties as correapo sient for the capital of the Swan Hill Shire are onor ous in the.extreme, as far as. 'finding new. is concerned, for tlti once gay and festive city is now. particularly quiet, an.l It wulnt req,,ire the intel lectual ability of a Durha:m Ox corres .,ý':ient to fin,:! ecgs. 1. . :-r,: ag. qutter is rather :...:.ic. , ._: .~ .. jart. now, cattle ;, " ; .- a t ye f ais the back bhIu..s :n !age nunmbir-, and the effect has been to glut the in rkiot for a time. A mob ol 400oo rams (stud) in charveof Mr Campbell crossed here on a; ednes day for the north. S.earing is rapidly drawing to a con cluston in this districr, .Melival and and Murray Downs being " cut out" an I Piangle and Tynt) n:der very nearly so. The lambing appears to have been good. above the average, one of the local butchers who combines squatting on a small scale with his business hayv ing had 500 lambs from 6oo ewes. . Speaking of shearing necessar...

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SANDHURST CATTLE MARKET. Tuesday, September 17th. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 20 September 1878

,AANUI)IlIURST CATTLE J MtARKET. Tuesday, September 17th. Mfessrs f. C. Walker and Co. report:--Fat Cattle.--c7; yarded and sold today. Half of these were medium and fair to good quality, the rmit inferior. The market was dull throughout, and prices ruled about. 103 per head lower than last week, consequently some lots were with drawn. We quote best bullocks to 58 los, good £3 15i to £'; lia, good cows £'5 to £11, medium to £4- 15s. We sold 43 for liessrs F. Campbell and Co., at £6 12s lid: and drafts for Messrs Nankervis, Kerr, Itailey, Collard, Shaw, Mtunckton, and Frost-total 1il at tmar ket rates. Fat Calves.--ll0 sold. Bidding was dull, and prices were lower. WVe sold 10 for Mr Munekton att'l 1-Is. Fat Sheep.-9i71 penned; generally good: quality, a few primo. There :was a poor attendance of luyoers, and sales were effected itith liculty. Prices were scarcely equal to last week. Best wethcrs in nmade 12s to 14s, good 10s to lis, best ewes Js lid to I ls, ood to 7s to Ss. We sold...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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IMPOUNDINGS [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 20 September 1878

IMPOUND1NGS Echnurs.-Impounded at Echuen. 27th Ai guat, 1878, ly John Thmrnsn.-T'resptas Id.. Ri.iian ot brindle steer, Ioth cars slit, IW or or TW near ramp, K off rum-i. Notice sent t slppItsil owner. If.not cl.rirnl anti ,-x ptns-ts paid, to bo soll on 2ld October, 1878. lienry a.in'lra, Poundlkeeper. l?aywvnod -Impounded at Raywood lnund by lIr McLtean Lizht red poley cow. with bull calf progeny wilt strap on neck, brands.; not plain. Bty..larEisi P.tleigi Brothers. 2 rel antl white bull., .yearling, brandi not visible: red bull, vvarlin.. bran.!.-s not vi-ilblr: bildt and whila Iull, yearling, branlds not visaiib. If n>t claimned andl expenas. paid to a solIl on 2nd Oct..br, 1878. J. F. Wil lu?n?Ilby, poundelkCer.

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

'WAN I'E. A' A .N1 E r, K N O WV . f A qu ntity of Calvanilse Corrnuated Iron aligat.v d mr:eal, on Sald Cleap Lara Lime alwayc on hand. -.u?lb" r - P RUANDP iD TIMBER YARD & CAWT MIlIZ, crulesa High street, Sandhu?rs? oi ,,i ANT I ED KNO W N. C GEO. ADAMS is the only Authorihd Pr AGENT in KERANG and Dastrict for the 1 Cea.:br:ted SINGER'S Se.ving Machin. s. f Shu tIe, Ne :les, Cottons, Oils, and D::pli otte. al, nyl o:l hnltd. E?pnais done. Lesasos I biven. Tame p:tymet.s . ?-- . . . .. . ' / ' SHIRE ADVER(TISEM ENTS". t Shire of Swan Hill. a' -- Ifo N T:CE. rl'ENDERS will be lIre ived nll to TUE. W DAY, Ish 8th day of OCTOBER, 1878, 1. Erecting BRIDG son Driven Piles over Pyramid Croek, on Echuca Road, at 2. recting tsairt three quart-rs of a mile Wire PFecane. and shilting yar -a tan aid anBl-on's ,slretion, i 8. Cleo.ring half chain 'slde, one mile more or le.s in length,. adjacent to at R hit.:s and 3Keans lelcetione, panr-h ,f 3hyit. Phtan .,nd Seecifl: ,lions may be s...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. LONDON, Sept. 19. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 27 September 1878

.EUROPEAN ''TELEGRAMS. "'C ( asROss TILE .UoUS CORIiESPOr DENT.) Losnoi , Sept: 10. The general election in Canada has re sulted in a decisive.. victory for, the Oppo: sition, who are pledged to a protectionist policy. The loading Canadian papers, re gcard this as a serious blow to the prosperity of Canada. The Australian Cricketers sailed today for America. On Tuesday they were enter tained at a banquet at Sunderland, when Mr D. Gregory, in responding to the ,toast of the Australian Eleven, said tlhatdiuriig the whole time of their visit they had been delighted with their reception isi England. The departure of the cricketers from Liverpool was witnessed by'an enthusiastic crowd. Speeches were made, toasts drunk i in champagne, and there was much: cheer ing and warm feeling displayed on both sides. . The Government has.'issued:' a circular containing precautionury provisions iiainst the entrance of yellow. feser. into British ports..... . Mrs Bravo, who obtained some notoriety in c...

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TUESDAY, September 24th. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 27 September 1878

T?usEs Y, September 24thi iu the Council the IIon. Francis Mlo bertsou took his seat after being introduced. After some formal business the second reading of the Legal Professions Amalga matiou Bill, was, on Mr Wilson's motion, adjourned for a week. The second reading of the Exhibitions Bill was fixed for tonight. The Debentures and Conversion of Loans Bills were read for the first time, and the House then adjourned until next day. In the Assembly, Mr James, in the ab sence of the Speaker, took the chair. It was intimated by Mr Berry, that the endoiwment to local bodies would be paid some time this month. In reply to a question put by Mr Casey, as to whether exhibitors on the eundigo line wishing to participate in the agricultural show at Geelong ' next week, would be granted the same privileges as weregranted to. exhibitors on other lines. Mr Wobds stated that they would be granted precisely the same privileges, and that tickets at ex cursion fares would be issued to persons visiti...

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PARLIAMENT. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18TH. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 27 September 1878

PARLIAMENT. WEDNESDAY, SPTrlntMUER 18TH. In the Assembly, Mr Berry, in reply to Mr Service,stated that if possible,the deben tures connected with the Loan Bill would be ready, so that they might be forwarded home by the next muil. The following motion of Mr Clark (Siand hurst) was then agreed to :--That' this House wiill, on" Wednesday next, resolve itself into a committee of the whole for the purpose of considering the propriety of pre senting an address to Ilis Excellency the Governor requesting that he will cause to he placed on an additional estim.ate for LS78-9 the sum of £1000 towards defray ing the expenses of 'holding an industrial exhibition in Sandhurst. The report of the Committee on the Loan Bill was 'also read and agreed to. It was read a third time, and ordered to be sent to the Legislative Council. The second reading of the Victo.-ian' Stock Conversion Bill was moved by Mr Berry. It provides chiefly that inscribed stock to the extent of £457,000 be con verted into deb...

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EUROPEAN SUMMARY. LONDON, Aug. 3. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 27 September 1878

EUROPEAN SUMMARY.. LO theN, Aug. 3. In the House of Commonis on August 2nd, Mr Fawcett gave notice that on going into committee of supply when the supple mentary estimates were considered, he should. move that before the agreement of the Porte for the injtroduction of the neces sary reforms in Asiatic Turkey was. finally concluded, Parliament ought to have the opportunity of expressing its: opinion on the reforms and on the guarantees for their execution. The debate on Lord Hartingtoi's niotion was resumed by Lord Elcho. Mr Forster followed, condemning the Anglo-Turkish convention. At ten o'clock Sir Stafford Northcote replied on the debate, and was followed by Lord Hartington, and on a division,taken in a densely-crowded House, theresolutions were rejected by 33S to 195. There is a rumour that Greece is seeking protection from Russia. An international Monetary Conference will meet in Paris on August 10. An immediate reduction in the strength of the British fleet on the China naval ...

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ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 27 September 1878

E??xLISH MAIL.-This day, week the 4tli'proximo, the. mail, steamer Assamn will leave Melbourne for Europe &c., instead of Thursday as previously ar ranged. Letters and newspapers intended for this mail steamer:ought, therefore, to be postedin Kerang on next 'ednesdaiy at latest. SHIRE WOR .-KS e direct attention to.extra shire works in our advertising columns. .T.THE TWEATHER.-Smnce. our lastissue we hjive had many changes of weather. co On.Moniday and Tuesday' stormnns blew. C. froi- the west with hurricane violence, ra and, iwdept the plains',of every particle of of dust On Wednesday. nimbus clouds cl thickened in the west, and at :.12 noon 0 rain beain to fill, and 'coitinued for two ar hours;.; aldthough not half what was re- m quired for vegetation, still many of the di crabholes -will be filled, and - will last C abbut another .fortnight. We speak he now of the immediate vicinity of Kerang. at Yesterday was a mild day, with a light ar breeze from the north-west, with o...

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ARRVAL OF THE WHAMPOA. ADELAIDE, September 18. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 27 September 1878

ARRVALOF -THE WHAMPOA. (BY. ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH.) [FRno TIE ARGUS CORRESPONDIENT. A&ir .aal, September 18. The: steamship. Whampoa,- 'Cptain Hyneis,: arrived this 'evening fronm Ply mouth:. .The following is tthe passenger list: For Melbourne -Salooin : Mr John Pender ; seund cabin, 11; third cabin'and steerage, 85. "."

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. Sandhurst, Thursday, 5.30. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 27 September 1878

LATEST INLTELLIGEBNC. BY ELECTIUC TELEGRAPH IPROM OUR OWNI CORRESPONDENT.) Sandhurst,; Thursday, 5.3o. Rain fell:' plentifull1y liyre yesterday and to-day. The Supreme Court decided to the legality of the Government : dismissing .County Court judges.'. By cable we lca:n that war ple parations are going on in. Ifdia, to panish Am*er of Afhanist- n for fir.'ibly preventing peacible comnunssioners enter ing territory to confer on the border dis turbance. Ameer is instructed by the Czar. British troops are massing on the Afghan frontier. English Press clamor ous for prompt punishment. Affairs are critical. Austrian troops capitulated a3 Sankonick in Bosnia. There were killed 600. There was a scene in the Assembly last night on Mfr H1. R. Williams amend ment in the Refirmn Bill i the Govern ment opposed it bitterly. Messrs Casey and Clark supports Gaunson; Mr Mac Intyre stonewalled,and was nearly being arrested, strangers were excluded. The amendment, however, was negatived, but it was a...

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The Ararat Advertiser says: [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 27 September 1878

The Ararat Advertiser says :-" If we are correctly informed, a singular fatality has marked thie career of three young men who came to A.ustralia togetlier',lbout six montlil ixo.' 'The first met his death at the liands of the Queensland blacks, and other was killed in a mine at Ballarat, and the third met with a singular fate on Sa turday last, in the 3ig Hill claim at Sta wall."

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SANDHURST CATTLE MARKET. Tuesday, September 24th. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 27 September 1878

SANDHURST CATTLE IMARTKET. Tuesday, September 24th. Messrs L. M-acpherson and Co. report:-Fat Cattle.-780 yarded, including 195 stores. The bulk of the cat'lo forward consisted of from fair to good quality. There was a better atten dance than last week. The salcs varied consi derably, the latter realising the best. prices: on the whole, we havelittle improvement to report on last week's rates. Our sales are 114 head, bullocks to £8, cows to £5 ; and ou:sido 170 head at current rates. Fat Calves.-5t1 for ward Owing to the short supply all best qua lity sold well, inferior dull. Fatt Sheep.-4.928 penned.. Fair to good quality. This market was tmuch more lively than last'week, and prices slightly advanced. Best wethers made 12s to 13s 6d from 10s, ewes from Ts td to 1Is. Our sales are 300, wethers to 12a. Lambs.--1110 to hand. Market brisk for all good quality. Best sold from 7s to ts, medium 5s to (i. Our sales are 130 at ts. Stores.-Cattle sold at slightly improved prices ; sheep wer...

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THE CALIFORNIA MAIL. AUCKLAND, Sept. 24th. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 27 September 1878

SfHE CALIFORNIA MAIL. . . AUCKLALeD, Sept.:24th., The mail steamer from San Fancisco sC arrived here to-day?, twenty-fouir hoursi before contract time.: She brings news pi froint London to iand Septeiiber, and b about 30 passengers for Sidiney. The following is a summary of the leading items of news :- LONDON, Aug. 4.- b ..The.bill for legalising Fiji marriages h solemnised previous to the annexation a passed both Houses; also the Irish so Sunday Closing and Irish Intermediate o Education Bills. a The report of the select committee It on the Clare election was presented ti on the 8th inst. It advised that Sir e: Bryan O'Loghlen should appear be- n fore the select committee next session C and be heard. ' Ii Commander Cameron-:proceeds to a Asia Minor to survey' the route of the c projected railway to India. t The British Medical Association has v passed a bye law declaring women f eligible for membership. - The wreck of the Eurydice has been removed from Sandoson Bay to: Saint Helier...

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SELECT POETRY. FORSAKEN. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 27 September 1878

:!' SELECT POETRY. S . . FORSAKEN. Alas, e smooth her dark hair down, . Her tangled hair, so long and brown,' = L Dripping from the wild sea--and drown . With .teara the face that dare not frVown ? She was so pure, so sweet so' young ! What witcheries had that precious tongue ? What wild temptations round her fling, Thait she should fall-and die-so young . He walks the world with insolent grace, He holds unmoved his social place ; And we, the dominant, moral race We donot brand upon his face The story of his black disgrace ! In s'otless white her limbs are drest, SOur lips to her pale lips are prest . (Her baby lies upon her breast); We know her lips are full of rest ! The empurpled fires of moon and stars, Tihe moon, behind her rosy bars, The storm, whose turmoil rends and mars, And the vast shocks of human wars,., Sweep over her crave unseen, unheard. By the glad song of wind or bird, By passionate cry or tender word Her long, white sleep is never stirred ! Thro' all the rolling y...

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The Kerang Times AND SWAN HILL GAZETTE. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. KERANG, SEPTEMBER 27, 1878. USEFUL RAILWAY LINES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 27 September 1878

AND SWAN HILL GAZETTE. i KERANG,SEPTEMBER 27, 1878. I USEFUL RAILWAY' LINES. IT has been the habit for a long time past of Ministers who have been . in office to make most extravagant and ' profuse promises of favors to lie ex tended to any district whose vote and influence were requisite for their suc cess during:the time they remiained in power. And the chief, favor of course that any district would require was the' benefits, real or imaginary, to be de rived 'from railway extension; arid the consequence is that so many promises i have been given that if 'one 'half of them were to be. fulfilled, we should find railway lines running in almost every accessible or useless portion of the country. We would have trains running night.and morning to. places. from Which hardly one passeinger a week would travel, or two or three tons of lgoods per month would be sent. Of course stich a state of things" could ;. never be 'allowved to 'exist bht 'we" simply draw 'attention to what has taken p...

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The cobbler's last words: [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 27 September 1878

The cobbler's lase words:-." I- feel that I 'wai' weaker each succeeding day, and that I am fast approaching my 'end'; a few more 'stitches,' and all will be over: and I shall go where there is rest for the weary 'sole,' and every sorrow will be' healed.'" Having said 'awl' he wished, he clmly breathed his 'I ast.'

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