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CORRESPONDENCE. A CORRECTION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERANG TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 1 November 1878

CORRESPONDENCE. i CORRECTION; To Tru Enrro OF To E R Euia~ Tixes. . n,--Upon perusing your issue of the 25th inst. this morning, I was somewlhat amused at the cool assurance with which your Terrick Terrick cor respondent delivers himself respecting the reception accorded. to the doctor elected by our local medicalcommittee. Your worthywrriter pretends to give the two statements of the case, and so lay claim to strict impartiality; a most careful inspection, however. fails to discover an'y two definite accounts thereof. In justice, therefore, to the committee and ,nyself, I beg to sub nit a few ficts:- 1. The meeting was arranged for 7 p.m. As the mail coach bly which the doctor arrived was: an hour behind time, and did not make its appearance till 7.15 p.m., the impossibility of a passenger meeting the committee with precise pnnctuality will be palpable to novone. 2. After a ?urney of 000 oiiiles. in one day- the lst J "miles in t'lie.face of peltirg 'rain tle `ioctor, natutrally re...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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NEWS BY THE MAIL. AUCKLAND, Tuesday week. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 1 November 1878

NEWS BY THE MAIL. AucKLA-D, Tuesday week. The s.s. Australia arrived from San Francisco at seven o'clock this evening; twenty-four hours in advance of contract time. SUM3IARY OF NEWS. LoNDON, Sept. 12. The dreadful disaster to the Princess Alice steamer on the Thames, nine days ago, continues the universal topic of inte rest. The tragedy tarns out more calami tous than was at first supposed. Including numerous children, there were fully 800 persons on board. Only about 120 were saved, and 028 bodies, up to last night, had been-recovered. hundreds of relatives have flocked daily to the river side, all in search of their lost ones. We have had a week of funerals. The bodies not identified, and claimed by friends, have been interred at- Woolwich. Public sym pathy for the bereaved is being practically displayed. Collections are made at churches and chapels, and benefits are given at thea tres and concerts halls. The tansion-house fund, headed by the Queen and Royal fa smily, amounts to ...

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SHIRE IMPROVEMENTS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERANG TIMES [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 1 November 1878

S SUIItE IMPtROVE.hIENTS. To Tun EDITOar OF TUE KEiAao TIuIE Sin,--The greatest advantage of a free press is to acquaint governing, bodies with the "wants and opinions of the -people, and I congratulate the councillors of the Shire of Swan IHill upon the firm establishment of the local TrzEs. Reviewing the nume rous pieces of advice gratis contained in some of your late issues, leads one to marvel how the council has hitherto found means to dispose of its surplus funds, if it has disposed of them at all, or whether in some secret recess of the shire safe may not be found a plethoric "oldstocking,"ivisely boarjed by the present for the coming genera tion. an anj case the council must often have had to scratch its sagacious old head for want of something better to do. With most of yoir correspon dents I agree. I am of decided opinion that; even Kerang has not arrived at such a state of perfection as to render improvement impossible. It might certainly be improved a little by spending ...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. LONDON, Oct. 24. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 1 November 1878

EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. FLROxI rHIE ARGUS CORESPONDE\N'T. LoxDnor, Oct. 24. The failure of Matthew Buchanan i* Co., of Glasgoi . --- , liabiliti? __~~ announced, with DR. ,hSluisting to £1,250,000. Ju?i. Social Sciencea Congress has been opened at Cheltenham. The Messrs Rothschild lend to Egypt £Ci,000,000 on the security of Daira bonds. The Porte has granted concessions for the construction of railways from Con stantinople to Bagdad and B3ussorah; also from Trebizonde to Diarbekir and Alexandretta. There is an insurrection in Bulgaria against the organisation of Eastern Rou melia. A rising has taken place in seve ral localities, and is spreading. There has been some severe fighting. (FResa TIE? AGE CORRESPONDENST.) LoxnoN, 24th October. The failure of the firm of Matthew Buchanan, of Glasgow, is announced, and the liabilities are set down at ~L,000,000. This additional conmmercial disaster is also attributed to the stoppage of the City of Glasgow Bank.

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The Kerang Times AND SWAN HILL GAZETTE. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. KERANG, NOVEMBER 1, 1878. TELEGRAPH LINES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 1 November 1878

AND SwA~S HILL GAZETTE. -PUDLISiED WEEKLY. KERANG, OOVEMBER r, 1878. TELEGRAPH LINES. Faoat some cause or other, known only perhaps to those who first surveyed it, the electric telegraph between Durham Ox and Swan Hill has been erected in a zigzag course. Before :the land was selected, this was quite immaterial, .but now .that the lad :.has all been .taken up, it becomes a matter of grave importance. The main road has been surveyed in as straight a line as pos sible, and this shows more cleat!y the erratic .course of the telegraph lines. Through the whole course of 70 miles above alluded to, it is only for a short distance the poles are erected on the road. The department compels the selectors to erect a gate in every fence .that crosses the line, and has also re served a strip of land half a chain wide -throughout its entire length. This having a strip reserved across-the .selection is far .from convenient, and though at.present the annoyance seems imaginary, it would soon become r...

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[?] POETRY. THOSE BLESSED RABBITS! [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 1 November 1878

THOSE nBLE SSEID-ABBITSi ! Botheration takle the rabbits That devour me;youngand old, With their multiplying habits Manling waste as manifcld ! B]less the poachers ! Those encroachers All are worth their weight in gold. In the finest of the parsnips, In the choicest of the wheat, Making little runs and landslips, Spoiling more than they can eat ; Scraping, nibbling, Running, quibbling, In the barley and the wheat. I0ow I wish that father Noah, When he had them safely there, lu the ark, had shut the door And made mince-meat of the pair ! "You'd have heard a Shout of murder lhad I had a chance so fair. All that's left for those who follow, 1s to kill each one they find, JBeatiilg every hush and hollow Till not one is left behind ; Scout them, hoot them, l hunt them, shoot. them. Down upon all rabbit-hind ! Yet I hope to live to see'umn St uffed and staring in a csLe, With the beastsat the museum, Two-thin latest of their race. Free and willing I'd be the shilling I'd invest to see the...

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 1 November 1878

SGO?VERNfE?Y2JT GAZETE. The following information is taket from last week's Gazetle: Mr J. W. Bridgman, LS.A, has beer appointed public vaccinator for M3ysia. A court of petty -sessions has beer Lestablished at Durham Ox. ( A land sale will be held at Kerangon Tresday, 19th November, when allot ments in the township of Durham Os and other districts will be offered. Applications under the Land Act re fused :-3larv Ann 3ilvain, 320a, Ben jeroop: C Genat, 160s, Marmal; P. 3. Mowat, 320a, Tragowel; Wm Maclure, 300x, Loddon; K. Duffy, 320x, Quam batook. The following revoked applications will be open for selection on and after 5th November next, at nine a.m.:--F. Fletcher, 320a; Murrabit; T. D. Douglas, 319a, Gannawarra; J. Madden, 211 Budgerum West; Geo. Proctor, 320a, Boort; Margaret Proctor, 319a, Boort; D. M'Donald, 319a, Quambatook. Applicationi for leases approved: J. Makepeace, 53a, Castle Donnington; L. E Toose, 319ax Marm:I- J. Gansh, 320a, Terrirk Terrick West. Licenses under t...

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MARRIED MEN. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 1 November 1878

1MARRIED MEN. Hear what Miss Bremersays about married men :-"So good was he that I now take the opportunity of. making a confession which I have often had upon my lips, but have hesirated to make from the fear of drawing upon! myself the hatred of every married woman. But now I will run the risk: -so now for it-some time or other: people must unburden their hearts. I confess, then, that I never find a man i more lovable or more captivating than when he is a married man. A man is never so handsome, never so perfect, in my eyes, as when he is married, as when he is a husband and the father of a family supporting in his manly arms wife and children, and the whole do mestic circle, which, on his entrance into the married state, close round him and constitute part of his home and world. H-e is not merely ennobled by his position, but he is actually beauti fled by it; then he appears to me as the crawu of creation; and it is only such a man as this that is dangerous to me, and with whom I...

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RIVER DARLING NEWS. OCT. 28th. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 1 November 1878

RIVER DARLING NEWS. (rmos A C conesrIouwnesr.) Ocr. 28th. A serious fire occured last week on the Tapio Station, tile property of T. L Brooke and Co, about fourteen miles up from Wcntworth by mail track, burning down stables, cart sheds, store houses, and other buildings; also a large quantity of stores. buggies, har ness, hay, chaff, corn, and a very valu able collection of grass seeds for sow ing this season. An inquiry was held as to the cause of the fire, but nothing could be shown as to how it originated; ii is supposed to be by matches or spon taneous combustion in pressed chal. The buildings were insured. The total loss is supposed to be between 'j£;ooo and "4,000. The steamers are making the best of their'time while the Dairling is up by pushing forward supplies, and taking the sample wool to South Australia. Some goes up the Mirrriay.

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HOT-WEATHER DANGERS. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 1 November 1878

HOT-WEATHEER D3SGERS It is always a speculative enterprise to comment on topics of the weather evren a day or two in advance,and when these lines reach our readers it is quite possible they may be more keenly in terested in the perils of cold than of heat. Nevertheless, the experience of the last few weeks not only justifies but suggests an urgent remonstrance against the oversight of inattention to the matter of suitable clothing. Alf-1 though the changes of temperature are I very considerable, and would render it inexpedient to incur any great risks of exposure. there can be no question that more mischief is to be feared from ex cess than deficiency of wrapping. The point to which attention requires to be prominently directed is the need of protecting the body, and especially the head, from the direct rays of the sun. By a strange freak of fashion cricket is played at the season least well suited for the pastime, and by recent unto wards occurrences it has been again demonstrated ...

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KERANG PETTY SESSIONS. Monday, Oct. 28. Before Messrs T. Littleton (chairman) H. Taverner, and W. J. W. Patche[?] J's. P. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 1 November 1878

KERANG PETTY SESSIONS. Monday, Oct. 28. Before Messrs T. Littleton (chairman) H. Taverner, and W. J. W. Patchell J's.P. D. McIntyre v II. Ilsley, £5 monef lent. No aplpearance of defendant Verdict for-amount and 7s costs. Police v Lightfoot, shooting for plea. sure on a Sutiidi?. . As defendant ss too ill to appear the case was post poned for a rfotnigh . Walter Gray v Tu'ck,£3 7s Gd,goods sold and delivered. Defendant admitted the debt. Order for amount and 5s costs. Mr Sullivan who appeared for the plaintiff would not press for his own costs. Police v R. Avard, assault. This as a postponed case from the last sitting of the court, and was the result of a quarrel with a sheriffs officer. The police stated the prosecutor declined to press the charge, and the case was simply called on to relieve defendant from his bail bonds, and for its formal dismissal. Dismissed accordingly. Agnes Craig v Sabina Gilmore, abu- sive language in a public place, calculated to provoke a breach of the pe...

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INGLEWOOD AGRICULTURAL SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 1 November 1878

INGLEWOOD AGRICULTURAL SHOW. The sixth annual spring show of the above society was held on Saturday last at Inglewood, and was a complete success. There was a great number of visitors on the ground who were both pleased, and surprised at the general excellence of the various exhibits. Great credit is due, however to Mr Erwin, the secretary, for the exertions he had to perform were very great as he was obliged to go through the laborious task of making the prize list, attending to inquiries and other duties entirely unaided: We subjoin a detailed account and prize list. BLOOD STOCK. Dawson's Envoy secured first prize, whilethesecond fell to the lot of Horwood's Rover. In the yearling exhibits John Cattlin took first prize, and Mledley Bros. second. Very good show of draught stock. 'Souter Johnny" firstprize. Cattle exhibits weregood and numerous. MIr Godfrey took irst prize with afine dairycow. J. Redwood first prize for heifer. IIorwood took first prize for short horn heifer; J. Red...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. Sandhurst, Thursday, 5.15 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 1 November 1878

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. (eP.OaMOU SANDHxTrST COcRESPOxDE-T.) BY ELxCTRIC TELEGsAPI - Sandhurst, Thursday, 5. 15 p.m. Yesterday's A?gas says search iras resumed by police and others for Mansfield murderers, but they were :unsuccessful - in finding any trace of them or Sergeant:Kennedy. The party at nightfall, returned to Monks' saew mils, where they stayed all night. They were badly equipped for dange rous expedition, as they did notknow the country,'and the residents.of the ranges from prudent motives refused to act as guides, as they live too far but of town, and could be dropped on any moment by people amn ious for revenge. Trooper Flood, whom Kelly promised to roast, has gone in search of the des peradoes. He knows the country well, and search party will be able to dis pense with guides. . -. Great excitement "exists. at Mans field, and no business is being done. Constable Mehan's horse has been found in a paddock where he dis mounted, where he thought the bush rangers were pursuing...

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PARLIAMENT. WEDNESDAY, October 23rd. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 1 November 1878

PARLIAMLENT. WlIr:DvEsn.tr, October 23rd. M3r A. T. Clark, in the Assembly, moved the suspension of the standing order, and drew the attention of the HIouse to the be haviour of the railway driver who a day or two ago rushed through tihe station at l'rahran. 3Mr Woo'ls prouiso:e that the matter should receive attention. The Amended Police Statute was shortly after passed through committee. It gives a clear definition as to what is a public place, sulli as cricket reserves, public gar denas, Re. Tie Forests amendmen?t Bill waa read for the !irst tine. The Fisheries Amendment Bill was passed with anmndments. After this the Ifouse went into com mittee upon the lobaon 3 Bry Railway Sale Bill. Progress was then reported, and an ad jonrnmuent shortly after took place. Tucts.Y\-v, October 24. In the Assembly Mr Gaunson drew at tention to the fact that there was no short hand-writer or any clerk of the House pre sent at the conference of the two Houses. The Speaker stated that it was not re...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 1 November 1878

SADDLERt. G. TAVERNER, SADDLE AND HARNESS MANUFACTURER, Victoria street, Kerang. Maker of the Improved Horse-breaking Saddle. (' IrI TAXES this opportunity to thank .L. his friends and the public for the Eupport they have hitherto accorded him, and trusts by a continuance of the same to give satisfaction to all. lil kind= of Riding Saddles and Harness made to order; Racing Saddles fromn 1 lb. WHIPS, SPURS, ERIDLES, &c., On hand. Orders punctually attended to. BOOTMA KERS. OOT WAREHOUSE, Mitchell street, Sandhurst. A Large Stock of First-class Boots, colonial or imported. All kinds of Boots made atd repaired to order on the pre isles, by competent workmen. Country orders promptly attended to. All goods atlowest re munerative prices. TERMIS CASH. R. BENNEY. HOLD ON, BILL! That's a fine pair of SBoots you have on. Where did you get ' hea? Oh, I will tell you, but do not crack .4t; I got them from U "U1RfE N, Av ac 7 K IE It A N. G. S:/'about the best and cheapest Bootmaket I ev...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 1 November 1878

7 ICES. TICE. ent of. the DRAUGHT -HORSE, CULES, mbcrlbeing limited, no more k'n this season. JAS. ('AMPBELL, 585 The Lilacs, Kerang. Advances on Leases. ITIBE undersigned are prepared to.make Ad vances on Freehold or Lvasehold Prop6r ties at theLowest Current Rate of Interest and with the ]cast-possible delay ; also, to under take the sale of Stock, Station, ard Farm Fro. :?etsies, privately or by auction. . rown :and Seward, High street, lchera. TRAVELLERS' REST :SWAN }IILL BOARDING IIOSE. A L. L MEALS and BEDS, I1. eash _. Boarders, £1 per week. Cleanliness. Comfort, and Civility. BENJAMIN COqK, SProprietor. JOTICE TO SELECTORS AND OTHdIS. SGIHREST PRICE given for WOOL. HIDES, •o " TALLOW,'&ec. M. .KEENE, tec Gunbower Dunction Flour Mills. •NO TI CE. STEAMERS 'TRAFALGAR AND PRIDE OF THE TMURRAY -j7.ILL.Leave Echuca for Gannawarra Junc SV tion, Snan Hill, and .Lower Murray every light days, leaving-punctually, cargo or ,no cargo. For rates of freight apply to CAPTAIN DAVIE...

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SANDHURST CATTLE MARKET. Tuesday, 29th October. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 1 November 1878

SAND11UIST CATTLE .IAIRKET. Tuesday, 29th October. Messrs J. C. Walker and Co. report:--at Cattle.-7l15 yarded. We quote best bullocks in to £7 10s, good £5 5. to £0 53, medium to £5, good quality cows £5 to £6, medium to £1 10.. lFat Calves.-18 yarded. We sold a few snmall, medium quality, at 27s. Fat Sheep. 5870 yarded. Best shorn wethers 9s Gd to 10s, good quality tado Ss, best shorn owes mando Ss (id, good Gs to 7s. Fat L:lmbs.--(147 yarded. We sold 146 at 7s for good quality, best made 8S. Messrs Ettershank, E?glestone, and Co. re port:-Fat Cattle.--We hav sold 352 head, bullocks to £7, cows to £5 7s d. Fat Calves. -Prices were about the sanme as last week. Fat Sheep.-- est wethers in wool brought from ls to 1 s lid, others from los, prime crossbred etees,shlorn, from Os (d to 12s (id, otherdescrip. tions at proportionate rates. Fat Lambs.-We sold small lots at from 7s to 9s. Messrs L. 3Macpherson and Co. report: Cattle.-Oar sales are 85 head, bullocks to £li 10s, cows £4 15s. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 1 November 1878

WANTED. ANTED a Respectable BOY to learn the PRINTING TRADE. Apply at Office of this Journal MELBOURNE CUP, 187S. TTATED Subscribers firthe Testimonial S to e presentie to the Winners in the above. Suzscu'-prro. £I. Apply to JOHN SINGLETON, 3 3 GErang Hall. W - i I ED KNO W -N. A aurntitr of Galvarnied Corrurared fron sitghtvr damsed, on Sale Cheap Lary Line ,?wav on hind. Eh:4 E . 'INDI' TIMB".E YARD & -AW r MILL' , Em4 Hih street, S_.dhnrs? GOVERNMENT NOTICES. V. R. LANDS AVAILABLE FOR SELECTION, ETC. T HE following Applications for Land un der the Land Act, I160, not having been completed by the several applicants, owing to the non-payment of survey fees, are hereby declared ahandoned, and the land re ferred to will be available for application on and after nine o'clock a.m., on the 15th -ovemer, I87,subject tosnch public orother objections as may be recorded in the Depart ment of Linds and Aericulture. Wm. H. Norman, ica. I1acorns. Samuel F. Nicker. 60. Kerang. John Neyl...

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TALENT (?) [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 1 November 1878

TALENT (?) The excessive hot weather experi rnced of late has not passed without aving dire effects on some of iur friends, though to what extent per iaps will never be known. Like a dose f laughing gas the weather effects dif Brent people according to their difie ent propensitie. Some become taciturn nd silent, others declamatory, while ethers clothed as it were with the mantle of genius burst out with music od poetry? Aninstance of the latterhas :me under our notice. One of the a'e; of wind " breathing ' or perhaps it oufd be more correct to say 'bearing,' loetry, that swept -icross?the.plains, on rhich this infant city stands, carri?in is bosom a piece of manuscript. A riendly fence adjoining this office saved from destruction. A gentleman pass n- p icked it up and handed it through ur window, with the remark that per taps the owner would be loathe to ose it. Actuated with a similar feeling re shall have much pleasure in return ,g to the bereaved owner. To pre 'eat any rush of po...

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DURHAM OX. Oct. 29, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 1 November 1878

S DDURAM OX. CO?,M2 OWSNC0&B£SPz503BX] Oct. 29, 1z78. I .e-v Lan who labors with a view o e' the community in which he WVt. moves, and has his being," i-"'-1 with satisfaction the suc ,'l ise of his efforts. It may ai.ore be permitted a poor scribe pr~te satisfaction at finding that Ss contributed in some small Sto the accomplishment of ob 'd.'-t'a ill oe advantageous to the ity int whhi'ch he lives. Several ??. of local interest to which the _Eteon of the public has been called .r3 letters have been carried into ac shch s for instance the better ,iement of our post and telegraph ces-. the establishment of a court of -,cessions, &c. Besides these there , ther things still in abeyance that , ~i to be brought to a successful -,e ere long. eOn .seral cccasions I have called _;idc to the necessity of the ap trent of trustees of the cemetery a. and on Thursday last by re et the President of the Shire con .eI a meeting for the purpose. The sSn rwas held at Kemp's Hotel, " ...

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