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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 11 October 1878

GOVERN.IJENT G.4ZEIS: The following information is taken from last week's Gazelle: 1A long list is published of those who I have not paid their rents due on their I licences and leases, during the month of March last. Applications under the Land Act not granted, and open for selection on the 18th October, 1878, at nire a.m.-Re becca J. Shaw, 320a, Benjeroop; Jane F. Harrison, 320a, Benjeroop; T. Friz zelle, "1d50a, Boga.; J. Cross, 319a, Jeruk and Glenloth. Application for licenses approved. J. Wallace, 214a, Mincha West; R. Boyd, 316a, Gannawarra; Anna Pool, 110a, Ganmnawarra; 4W. Neale," 240a, Loddon; J. Hinkson, 320a, Gannawarra; J. Cartwright, 320a, Tragowel ; Isabella Briggs, 320a, Dartagook; E. Pemberton 800a, Gannawarra; J. Grigg, 320a, Gannawarra. Licenses under the Land Act declared void, and open'for selection on 18th October, at .nine am..- E. Wheeler, Meran, 199a; B. Smith, Boort, 200a.. Land temporarily reserved fronm sale. --fysia-Site for quarry, also with held from s...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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SWAN HILL SHIRE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 11 October 1878

SW.N HILL. SHIRE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1878. SThe council met at the: usual hour. Present The President (Cr Irwin);) and Crs Booth, Kelly, Cameron, Lang don, Barnes, and Kirwan.. The minutes of last meeting.were. readand confirmed. CORRESPOB DENCE. - From 'Flora M' Pherson;" asking- for payment of the £0o agreed to be paid to her, and that a tank might be made on her land -Granted:........ From the Shire.of.Echuca, urging !tihe council to assist in haiviig the en jdowment system continued, and. as a deputation is'to meet in Melbourne for the purpose; on the motion'of Cr. Langdon, seconded by Or. Kelly, 'it was resolved that the president attend the conference. From the North-Western Agricul tural Society, Inglewood, isoliciting donation for show. yards, &c.-Re ceived. From Crown Law Offices, asking to define boundaries wherein publicans' licenses can be specially granted. Cr. Kelly moved that . ?e parishes of Miologa-and llacurna be named. Se conded by the president a...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 11 October 1878

AGRICULTURAL-)NOTES. 1 Disappointment was felt by the farmers, gardener??dairynieni and other settlers In f lthe agricnltiiralbdistricts generally, in a IBeudigo nl: also:in:Rodney;: at, the -rains t ?viich appeared about to falltbowards ,th :I close'of last week clearing.off withoutleav- i ing a dropof..moistiare behind.; There.isl iio doubt more rain would .b very desirable: still the' smart . showers a`e. had ;some days a o were of great service to the wheat," crops, aud we have .not since heard so many comlilaints about rust orcerealsabout Sand hurst, especially,.and where the seed was put in early, there is promise of an average crop at least.' :Fromn the Serpentine and .Durham Ox we learn there is very great need for rain The.teamsters carting down 'wool are it" consequence if the .gret. hardness of :the. iroads able to, load more. heavily this sea son, it appears. than for.many, years back Satuida-'s Age. states that on the whole the crop prospects continue good, and the stas...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 11 October 1878

WE, the Undersigned, Trading as A.   CAMPBELL & CO., Cordial and     Lemonade Manufacturers, Kerang, have This Day DISSOLVED PARTNERSHIP by mutual   consent. All debts are to be paid to ALEX- ANDER BOWMAN, and Liabilities Dis- charged by him, and he will in future carry on the Business on his own Account.   ARCHD. CAMPBELL. ALEX. BOWMAN. 2nd Oct., 1873.       Witness A .C. BAYLY, a10 Accountant, Kerang. NOTICE TO SELECTORS, AND OTHERS. T IGHEST PRICE given for WOOL. HIDES, ..1 TALLOW, &c.. M. -KEENE;, Ic Gunbower Junction Flour Mills. NOTICE. STEAMERS TRAFALGAR AND PRIDE OF THE MURRAY 7 ILL Leave Febhuc for Gannawarra June tion. Swan' Hill, and Lower Murray overy Eight days, leaving punctually, cargo or uno cargo. For rates of freight apply to " CAPTAIN DAYIFS, Swan Hill, WVH. M'CULLOCII & CO, Limited, Echnes, OR Tn W. J. W. I'ATCIIELL, .Ierang. P.ILDIARIDS...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 11 October 1878

PIiOFESSIONAL..L : . , MIR H. WR IXO N, SO LICITOiRi&c., ; SUIPREiE COURTS OF VIOTORIA AND ? E EWO LOTIWVWAIAES (SoLICItTOR FO11n T'rl SW . II .T. Stums CoutCILd), mid a 0[.l[ISSIONER of theSUPR EME COURTS Of Victoria. South Australia, & ew Ze:t:itnd, for Taking Allidavits, &e. 1FICFlE--'ALL MALL, SANI!UIRST, hIttructiunt can be left with Mr.' C. E. ,Al brecht, Kerang. iRii H. . P. S !J, IV*TAŽl SOLICITOR,'KERA G,, , N ri.s N oATtO.AL ]l.i,' VIcronit' Srre IBRS A. SHELL EY,': PUPIL OF M'L BLDE'P EF, B EGS to announc" that she gives;itistruetion. s on the 'ianoforte, at her residence, Ke rag. Terms lmoderate. TRADE ADD ' RESSES W. TAYLOR 8. CO., W' , TVIoLsAl. .tu:. ND lET. ill.. 1OCEIRS, TEA. DE:ALEI, AT D SEEDSMEN, P.t.l .LMA.r. S.unDni sT.I • AW N I OE ) l' N0 'WN GREAT REDUCTION IN .PRICES. Pianos, Orgtns, &c:; The cheapest house in Sandh.rst for etsh. TERMS--ON TIME 1AYMENT, WEEKLY Pianos, 6s; Organs, 4s; Sewing Machines, 2s 6d NO SECURITY REQUIRE...

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A GHOST OR MADMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 11 October 1878

A GHOST OR MADMAN.—Last Sun- day night week two men were returning home from Kerang to theiir residence near. Barr Creek, but before reaching this creek they unfortunately lost them selves. A dispute then occurred in the middle of a plain as to whitli was the proper direction; being ten o'clock at night, and pitch dark, mutual recrimi nations took place, which resulted in one going east and the otherwest. The east maun was right, and. gained his camping ground shortly after,' when a consultation was held with his friends, who were in bed, as to what they should do for the erring mate. It was then determined to light a fire, and hie who had just returned found a large dry bush, which was soon blazing, but while he was feeding the fire he felt a strange presentiment that someone was near, and as. the blaze threw a glare around the bush, a white object like a small man was seen coming towards the fire. Our friend got nervous, but thinking :it was one of his mates who had got up out of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 11 October 1878

WANITED. WANTED A GOOD GENERAL SER- VANT. Apply to MRS. LITTLE-   TON, Kerang. WANTED KNOWN. - A quantity of Galvanized Corrugated Iron slightly damaged, on Sale Cheap Larsa ima " always on hand. ERNEST BRANDT. TIMBER YARD & SAW MILLS, cm4cn High street, Sandhurst   WANTED KNOWN. GEO. ADAMS is the :only Authorisedl AGENT in KERAING and District for the Celebrated SINGER'S Sawing' Machines. Shuttles, Needles,: Cottons, Oils, and Dupli catee, always on hand. Repairs ,one. Lessons given. Time payments. . SIRE ADVERTISEMENTS. Shire of Swan Hill. .,1 NOTICE. TENDERS will be Received up to TUES DAY.the 5th day of NOVEMBER, 1878,a at NOON, for S1. Erection of 40ft Culvert and Em bankment on main Terrick'roadt near Hamilton's. 2." Erection of 28ft Culvert and Em Sbankment on Terricks road at 31ac Lachlan's. -3. Erection of 40ft Culvert and -Earth- P work at H. Larkins,near Mt.Pyramid. 4; Construetion of Embankment- and Cutting Drain ntl'J. ,Buckley's, hear ...

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TERRICK TERRICK. Oct. 8, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 11 October 1878

TERRICIU TElRICI!"" 0rnox oen owx conn0srPoxn 5l2 Oct. 8, T878, Your "own correspondent" .from this place has let some time elapse since his last communication, If your readers only realised the monotonous way in which life it such a-place as this drags on its weary length from day to day, and how it often happens that there is positively nothing to commu nicate, they would pity the poor scribe who has to sit down at stated' periods, and in a lengthy, letter strive to inte rest them when he has no. topic:to descant upon. I We often read about the troubles of editors and other r dters for the press, amusingly rendered, but really -it is no joke to cudgel weary and corresponding brains for something interesting. Since your last letter from this place; time has lagged drearily onward, bring-. ing with it but scant materials .for comment. Still, for the sake of those who have friends and relatives residing here,. I will co.mmunicate whatever gossip I can recollect, which has not already...

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THE AUSTRIANS IN BOSNIA. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 18 October 1878

.T.'TIlE AUSTRLSNSI I 3 0$\1s. :. The Austrians in their advance-ti, counter a desperaite resistance from Miahoinmedan population;, who, aid-:l thousand Turlash troopIhave ?edLfo gone over to the insurgents. Notierau. vians have crossed the frontier and oinl insurrection. The insurgent forces at timated at 05i,000 suoue. Austria, fi the task so formidable is ri-iini_ her ine armies from 125,000 to 170,000 men. detachments non il.Bloslnia t'o ra le danher of defeat and capture tillreit? Afteria preliminary victory over iLe i gents; the Austrians enitered Sew where a separate street contlict took p in which men, 'women, and even hI patients joined. Houses were burn:a the assailants suffocated. The in?r: lost !1000 in killed and 700 wounded. disarmainielt of the inhabitants was ;or under pernalty:of death. A largeauno boot wins seized, including -7 ?nl nbhindance of military stores. ?ome Turkish officers and soldiers were take noners. On August 21, Generalt Ja wick's divisions,i.fter s...

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AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 18 October 1878

AGRICULIJUR "OYT . The alternate s5hly erns and wsrau eiatther, oeci?ioiallh. oI v tie' I G.; Peas of Ofaitiakeifitist -- --eto Iero, maa the rly l iaif te "ro ii~ . P Lower tuntly "pori'tiions of thlle Towardstile Terriels we learn the ear crops are lookling tolerably well, but late crops are in ear, although only ab-t It pipears the late rains were vecry exending nobt oly to tlie Murray, h over Riverina, iwher tle te ainfall was a as much as an iiidli a day,two or three Frein the (Cresavick Advertiser the following: Tle ira whidch fell on rednesday and Thursday will.r pro inestimabloe benefitto the district. aro were longing. for a. good shower,not u kIeep:up the npid growth of cereala has been goinm ot lhir last monith , . to get the laud in' a good. tate of iu fo, isotato plhiitijig. `l' e panldoh l the'D)it roati?ed in hol t Memli".u.Pi iuost lliroiisini :ippearanue, amididl tsat wanted to ensiire good crop is ia few between now. and Cluritmas. ;.The; :l;ivdrin HIerald thinks t...

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(FROM THE AGE CORRESPONDENT.) LONDON, 9th October. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 18 October 1878

(FRO" 31se.":ta n consl~oua r." ' .- - :ANo-- - OthOctober,: S1he 'iEasterA Eitentiou Telegranph Oable Company have commenced preparations for the duplication of their lino betwoen England and Auntralia. The crueltiesZ cbminitfed by the Turks 1upon Lthe: 'Christian: inhabitants:are!put { forward:as-grounds byi.the41lRussians-f?t ) suspending theeovaciuatioi) of-fs.drianople: Itussiarmainisniusd is h hei- dhity;,.inthe interestsh.of Christianitc , tol maintain a forde ine:T'urkeyi,cnptable- pfi;iesbtrining MLussnibnan ferocity: z .oe zo fbtc 0 V!- : ; ; o!X'os,rl li;thOctober, Russia- is urging Roumania tto sign a eonvention,-the: object _of-which is,that during the next two years .Russian. forces shall' be permittedl a psssiage through Rou mnauian territory Such t convention would be 'contraryto the:intentioni of .the Berlin treaty- which .,by granting. the cession of Bessarabia.to Russia,;and establishing Roumanian ! rule on both;: aides , of the f Danube, hoped to put an end to th...

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LATEST [?] Sandhurst Thursday, 5.15 p m [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 18 October 1878

Said:iut : lThurstlaY, 5.r5 p i_ -Cablegrani of the ijth nst. ~itates serious cofili;ti ? in the IEast. Rus Siin trooj?s ?re retu: ning to :.idnanojile. Sl'urkirli for :i -ute i tri;i of ,Htcrlinl td- sent t. ol'pp,.eoccnu,,;tion `ovi B.t zi t i.i by the -ustri.ns. n Russia-is alsoPcrejttingfresh 'diirtcuties toi pre vent the' fulfilment of the i$erlii Trati' ank of Hnglaria rh. -At ' 5cr ent for rerly. 4}. SIiriopean Pow' rs are pressing ~ iu kce?y to fulfill the "conditi'us of the treaty. . Bi4hop Dupanloup of Oirleans: a member of. ?le Nation'ii Council- is dea1 = R?madii and Motengiro are delay ing the surren ler of I urkish prisoners iustralian El;ven in their rst -inn ings agrtnt Qi b-ec scoredjrg to go runsdly th- local 22. All. 'nglan:I Eleven sails by the Suez mail tp-day, for Melbourne. - " A 'bloy'nafedi Keating was .burned to'death yesterday at Bullock Creek. Charles Gra, auctioneer, 4andlhurst, wis arres -ed this morning dharged with assaulting a wman named Hayes last n...

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LAND REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 18 October 1878

S LAND REGULATIONS. i The following are the regulations i?A= sued iu lieu of.those of Atiguit, I577 now withdrawn : ' S1. hear the rniee rnake app irtiln for the. ailction':of the Governor in Council upon the firin in th- 1t s'chiedule. 1 2 That th,: am,rint prir e,, sl tu b.obitrln ed ipo ihe sec:nriy o r the lr'ei li e Itated. S' TI'I.tt r. int::r-tand,iti Jherchar?east hbel.i I by thei Isrrlae lie Iet otthe - th: ao nf t'ne liplicati.On. whirh will Ie ri.ned by% the I?eee anditbe pr.,pred n? args."ee . 4 . tint the Insee .ii Oirculing the latDd torse fierls '.-A' reemtl applicatrien~ for ianctinm nf irm-s m-,ediate avranre rmale :,r tjuti.orasy pir. Pres (RInt t, exe. ed the rate of 15s per acre on the mnar ro the.lea hs.hold, tha l. se. aind the ,eam. cuhall giv? j ,i.t. nqtice . upon the .formn..u-et.:fortm in the second schedule fhereto, to stlr.followming ffect:;-: ;1.. 'eIseamonut .btaifed by way of .ten pprarv d?reans. . 2-ieb intr,.st and otiir hiniei 'to be ,pr;l in cdnid...

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CANARY ISLAND. Oct 14 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 18 October 1878

C 5. ANARY ISI.A.ND. --I (,a "Y "A "tUW5rý,n,8iT).ý :::Oct 14 1878. i A sad i"celdeiit;occured herg. on I hey 9Ith.'" A vilt ih.lnaiied I harles, iakei,. went to fetch his father's miking eu-w :lone; when advery qyuiet ole gored hiind in the bowels,.so thatl he bled to death .n 8 lfew ,militite s.. _ "here was no- inl quest held on the bodl, Mr It. Clark ,au, a local j:P., ?beiig instructed t itve a certificate of death ; his age wai sixteen. It is "enerally supposed it was his dog thatcsused the cow to turn on him. lfe' as thrown uver a wie encei breakina the top wire. °3 a," said a little urchin, peepiig l eatih the Ild-eclotios. 1 aIm cold i i want meoreiloth.s on the boI?."-- Lie still, my dear," said tie in other, till your sister comes from chhroh i she's got tbe ociferpitane forT an adjastmen" -

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POETRY. TWO SIDES OF A QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 18 October 1878

TWO YSIDESOF A QUESTION'. - I was wtcbiiig tie' pstian 'tis ?brii g Watching and wai-ig to see If out of his ell-filled'bid e?t He was bringing o'e letter.to me ; Until, as Ilingered andv'oudered: " A?Ld doubted ai-d'hoped, why, it came My letter--andbore ih one corner . A mystic device a?nd a name.. A name so far-famed that--no mattir, SYou'll guessit directly, I know; And the symbol-a hand .ust extending A torch to a lind held below.;' : ' ".That device,".soI said; as Iviewed it, " Is full of bright meanings for me illumirie.the hopes half eitin"guislied? Yes,-thus says the torheb, I can?se': IMeanwhile, in'a lutter of pleasure, I opened.the missive;,and,lo! Instead of kind words of acceptauce ,. The editor coolly said no. Not even a reason to soften , .. The force of the terrible blow,;. . .: BJut ' regrets," and " obliged to decline it,' Aiid " thanks,"and " yours truly,'v ou know. Now-when I refolded my letter, Aild stuidied that syiibul once more, .::, hlow far its significanc...

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 18 October 1878

GOVER?VJA' / 'T. G.(4ZA T7tE. Land ii reserved fronmpaleat the Lod-... don fir aite'fur watering purpose Land ha4 als r teen withliellfrom sale at Mur rabit for a site for puiilic.purpises. SApplications under the Laud Act nut granted :-Eden Finn, 19&i,'Turra -. . berry. Nrth ; James Mel)erm-ntt; -19,a, Tuirumnberry .3prthi J. H. Barker, 19ta, I Turrumberry North ; T..Dunhiamu. 19a,: I Turrumber y North; P " Cleary, 1llWa, T irrumberry North ; E,. Fowler, 3a, Murrabit. Applicationi for licensesaapproved.- - Teresa TIdd, 32la, L.ddona Mary Aunn Gueriiu, 320a, Loddol; J. llinkson,jun., 1 3 G0a,; Ganuawarra;. S. liinklson, 320sa, Gannawarra; J.. Nicdlolon, 1Sa,:Castle Donuington i.S P. Janie, 320a,. B ide rum East; W. T Swan, Castle Dnning- 1 ton ; R Myhill, - 320; Tr-guwel; J. Sydenham. !13a, Quambatobk; J. Hyde rO0a. Gunulower; W Clark, 320a,: Mlincha ; J. Orr, 163a,.Cohuna ; J. F. Stephen.ost. 291Ia. Mincha: and Mincha Wear; S. Fizeell, rural store iite, -a- 3r 6p, Murrabit....

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 18 October 1878

BIRTH. UREN.-On Tuesday, October 10, the wife of Mr J. H Uren., bootmaker, Kerang, of a son. Both doing well.  

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MR MATTHEW BURNETT AT EMERALD HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 18 October 1878

' , MI'3IERAL1) IIJLL;' " Mr Mi itht l3sinett the teiiperauit. lecturer, connienlced a i i tiiloni in thn e sit lurb of Emterald Hill ofn Saturdas w hen S"recep tion meetin ' ,'ti ehich the hiayor (Mrii oycd),.presided was held in th1e lMe clancs' Insitute. 'ilere`.ias ai crowsded atteindanice. anid i riuiiett ias receis ed fith ilnch'etithunisi-si. '3Messrs Dlo ,and \mn lo M31s .LA., sent letters asking that their absence tinglit be excused ojp acount of ''or" engagemnents. i?essi Edwards and.Davtidson, and other 'represeitatives of teniperance 'institutioss in the si birl, delihered bief addresses wel contuni Mir Btirnett to huhe distitict. 'ir \ndrew o L11i "I.iL ., exspressed his ileasure in being presenit; and his approval of the temperance movement. The ler. Mt Jenntitgs on behalf of the clergy of "I merald Ihilf" said he wished the leIturcr full success inhmis lission. Messts lialdlestone and' Tobli also offered their conr'itilationl i t B1I3t'riett thin addressed thoe nectic...

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RAILWAY TO KERANG. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 18 October 1878

R.1.11.WAY TO EitA.1i ... The Raiiwa C+onstructio Ilul woinich h .s been looked - fi)- wanr teo, vwtt'c.,k lnuCil Illntereat lor ,nIn tlnle 'I:ast, w;al r a'inath, t iaeitillhi I r thet lst tiu't on W% e.-slda ieJO, ahit. bill ,:uolta l .-:J two scltelule,'--h thrat purl i p .,.: .tuin tli.se mailatas wh?ieh alr't";' be coutstrite, t o'ut of the tirt in ?:daiieit: ut the luon. 'i he secultl? rtll|was wnich ia?e to be con.trii.ie I itn turnl ?I'lter thote illi td fi.'rat.he.ule lihare r been lr c?'edea-d a.hi tie efirt stitedule c-Oit..aits tur ihnies-tila first betinae 'frol .iL A.:Lur u , .t I l i tal: l.l.:. a l -I l eatL s ee, tid fnrtn iagh -awk t- KeranaUg.: - ''le.ojeoct.t'f Ihir' ,~.itiru-lt.t ix- to pr .toavide linuen w?hidj?,alelctt '.Il-are ituo -i ed ait a i.tataea lromu imiarke,, atid Ithe roads are only 'asaui;le ait cer'tauil ent S tin of the ye.,r It will tlu.' be seen' a tht the lile to Ker. it. i,-e:aenolll oil thie lint, the G .verzineuit hatin " re-' Cou liSed lt ...

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GREAT BANKING DISASTER. LONDON, Oct. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 18 October 1878

Ri1EAYi 13ANKINflG DISASTER, : iLOnDoN,,Oct..s. :Thei Cityo df.G!asgow Banl, ihviisg :its head office in Viginia'street, withi'seveial lran~ lsmin the city, hisa failed for a .large amount. . Lono0. Oct. 3. " The totalliabilities of the City, of Glas gow Bank are. reported at £10,000;000 assets unknown. One cause of the failure is ascribed: to capital being. locked up in Australian and New Zealand land. , o ... .N , Oc~ 4Oc .. .;-The attenmpt. of the City of Glasgow Bank to transfer' their ,liability for. ad vances'in "Nes Zealand:-to - ther baniks failed. , firms have stopped payment, -with.a total liability of "1L3,000,000, .viz.,i Smith, Fleming"and Co&; of ' Londlon ; William Nicol and Co., of Bombay; and Messrs. 1'lemin?f of Kurrachee. A? largb nuiiiber of firmts are 'involved. The-Scotsman.states tliat 'more distress and iitconivelienc? ivil'lbe caused by this failnre than:w.as the .ase with theV. Western Ban?: in 1857. , The: deposits alone amounted i tb£8",000,000:?'...

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