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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. Thursday, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 8 November 1878

LATEST INTELLIGENCGE. (Fr. ovaniosuELBOritE COirEsPOS'nbMT.) Thursday, 6 p.m. The Assembly. metat 2.30.p.n' . Mr R. Clark gave notice of his intention to ask Mr Berry if he was prepared to test the country on the Reform Bill by dis solutioni or otherwise. Railway'-Loan Accouiit and Appropriation Bill passed through committee and third readinag Customs Act -Amendment- Bill, read a third time; Mr Lalor introduced a new clause for alteration of intercoloniall dunties .made by the Governor-in-Council. The bill-.was..passed. The Charitable Trust Bill was stonewalled 'by Mr Bent. narr andRiley. spdke on' stonewall tac tics. Quite a scene occurred. Mackay said the Covernment were being served the sa:m?u:~ they scr?-ed others. Service ;said important Government business was delayed, and members met day after day to-be disappointed. Berry said the in terruptions were an insult to the House, -and would be.put a ;stop to. Gaunsoi. charged Berry with making arrangements on.his side to delay sup...

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SWAN HILL SHIRE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 8 November 1878

SWANi HILL SHIRE COUNCIL. STriESDAY, NOVExsBER 5i878. . The council met at 10.30 a.m. Pre- to sent' Crs. Irwin (president), Kelly, I': Cameron, Langdon, Pettigrew, Barnesi i iM'Donald, and Kirwan:.- -. i The minutes of the previous meet-. £1 ing were read and'confirmed: E CORRESPONDEKCE.. E ..From .foama Advertiser,. soliciting a shire council's advertisemcnts.--Not tl entertained. - ai From HIon. J. J. Casey, enclosing H letter from department stating no furi ther reductions in railway freight can be entertained. Cr. Kirwan. moved D that the members of the district be f written to requesting a further reduc tion. . Seconded by the president. Cr. Kelly supported it, as the reductions lately made were not of much avail. r Carried." From H. J. P. Sullivan, solicitor, applying to be appointed solicitor to the council.-To be made an order of t the day for the nextnmeeting. From the Government and local auditor,: stating that they will com mence to audit the council accounts I on the 7th...

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AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 8 November 1878

AGRICULTURAL NOTES. The rains with which the colony gene rally, but more e.pecially this district, have recently been visited, will prove of. incalcu lable benefit to crops of all kinds, which were beginning to show a want of moisture previously. As a matter of course the wet weather will militate somewhat against hay making now in full swing in several dis tricts, but this drawback is more than com pensated for by the benefits which will accrue to other crops at present in the ground.. Throughout this district the crops look moderately well and betoken a fair average yield, that is provided the weather is reasonable between this and harvest. Below will be found extracts of interest. .Bendigo Evening Neres. Ilarvesting grass seeds willnowbe occu pying growers' attention, and the returns will be far greater .if more pains be takenl to clean the crop in the field. There were many samples forwarded to market last year which could not be recognised as re presenting any particular seed, ...

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MURDER OF CONSTABLES. Saturday, Nov. 2. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 8 November 1878

MURDER OF CONSTABLES. (FROM THE ARGUS SPECIAL REPORTER.) Saturday, Nov. 2. No official information was received by the police authorities in Melbourne yesterday about the Kelly gang of bushrangers. The report that the miscreants stuck up a man named Neil Christian, at Bungowanah, on Wednesday morning is considered credible for two reasons-first, because the Kellys were heard to say some time ago that if ever they took to the bush they would either make their stronghold in the ranges of Towong or north-eastern district of Victoria, or else make tracks for New South Wales, and cross the Murray, near Howlong. If they have adopted the latter course, Bungowanah would probably be in their route. The second reason is that the man Christian is believed to be a trust- worthy person, and one not likely to originate a false report. Detective Brown has been frequently on duty in the Chiltern district, and took an active part in the recent prosecutions against the Baumgar- tens, one of whom and ...

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THE PURSUIT OF THE KELLYS. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 8 November 1878

THE PURSUIT OF THE KELLYS. The following is from the special re- porter of the Argus : BENALLA, Monday afternoon. Scarcely any particulars have reached here by telegraph relative to the men seen at Barnawartha on Wednesday. The party had five horses, and one of them bore a bell brand—the brand of the packing horse which was taken out from Mansfield by Sergeant Kennedy. Another horse had the ordinary broad arrow upon it. Ready co-operation is afforded to the police by the Railway Department and Telegraph Office. The message received from Superinten   dent Nicholson, at Chiltern, on Sunday, rendered it necessary to despatch some ex- tra men forthwith, and by eleven p.m. a special train was placed at the disposal of Superintendent Sadlier. Six or seven of the men who arrived at 9 p.m. from Mansfield, were sent off by this train, under the command of Sergeant Steele. They had a good rest at Mansfield, after their three days' of hard bushwork; and though they and their horse...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 8 November 1878

BOOT-c-t KERS. ,- WkEREHOdT-E, Mitchell street, nh :C-rse A La--e \ock of Firt-class -?_l o: imported. All kinds of C and ?gsaired to order on the pre CO. ete wetwormen. Country orders x-eadd to. All goods at liwst re md'iesi. TEBILS CASH R. B.B iEY. TTrrD 0" BILL: Ihs*'e a fine pair of .1 ,,. c.a here on. Where did you get s - i to l nyo on, but do not crack ;. Ptt : fiorm . H. U-RE N, KERANG. zo-e tho beet and cheipest Bootmaker d-?-r: JaU: fancy, I only gave f2 for - otes, be : Fench calf. and I hare Sc els:tic sides he made me, it like a : sid only co-t Ia. Why, he is a real ,t: 0= selertore: If you want working _ a to him: You can get a first class e -~=erti-hts for 16t, and as for readr . .v- he almost cives them away. You .n s tril. and Vou will be over atisfied. aLs cheap. puts in new elastic for 2s w iel leat.her and uppers very cheap. +ý :, Zite him a trial. MIEDICAL. TRnE VOLATILE EXTRACT OF THE EUCALYPTUS CGLOBULUS -. Extact of the Eucalyptus Globulus I ga-factored solel...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 8 November 1878

DEATH. DASH - Died at Kerang, on Friday lst Novem ber, Catherine, third surviving daughter of Edward and Catherine Dash, aged two years.

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(FROM THE AGE CORRESPONDENT.) LONDON, 6th November. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 15 November 1878

(FRO)t THIE AGE CORRESPOSDE\T.)' Lo'Sno?- Gth November. At a meeting.; of the Australiian exhis bitors' committee which was held': today, and was uuneiroisly attended, very'gratify ing reports w'ere 'received from various parts as, to the interest excited by the In-! ternational Exhibition proposed to be held at Melbourne in1SSO.' This was greatly due to the approval:of the project manifes ted by H.R.M'. the Prince'of Wales.. The French Government and the nanifactirers will also cordially co-operate. . LONDos, Nov. 8. The treaty referred to in yesterday's telegram as having been enitered into be tween England and Austria was made secretly at the time of the Berlin Congress. It contained a proviso that in the event of'Russia claiming on, the ground of hu manity and to preserve order,; the right to remain in Turkey beyond the date speci fled by the Congress, England and.Austria would .undertake police duties; and compel Russia to evacuate. This was intimated at the time to Russia.. Lo...

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(FROM OUR MELBOURNE CORRESPONDENT.) Thursday, 6 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 15 November 1878

.(FROMUasRzstnBOUK NE CORiEBPONDEIT.) Tlhursday, 6 p.m. In the Assembly Gaunson. presented ga report of the' Gas cominittee, .and moved that power be given" to enquire in all the circumstances 'coiected with the passage of the' Act. :Carried. In answer to Sainsbury; Major Smith w as prepared to assist' mniingini.every: way; glad to receive, suggestions,: McIntyre in' personal explanation 'said he - was trapped ihto the division- on the pre night. Mackay followved.; nd used very strong language. The Opposition did nbt want a division, but were tricked by Dixon aind L. L. Smith. A 'soinewhat angry debate ensued till 4.30, whei the Government business was called:. on. Francis Gand Gaunson gave notice 'of iiotionsS.' On: Test Qaestioio, Dixon iund L.L. Silith gave voices on oneside.and toted itiother:. . ~ Bent moved that in the opinion of the House provisiiahshould be made to con tinue municipal. endowne:its till: 1884, and urged the necessity of forming roads in localities where selec...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. (Via Sydney the following messages have been received:—) LONDON, Nov. 5. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 15 November 1878

EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS t' . ROM rir n:AOGUS" COnRi ESO DENT. (VuaSydney the followingineiages have been received :: ) :LoNDo, Nov. . Russia has as 'et Inade;no reply to the Anglo- kustrian note, demaidig"an e-. planation of athe Russian; militarymove ments in Roumelia : The situation is mbat SRussia hiv failed to obtain the loan re cently putupon the market, and her credit continues bad. : :: . N : . BOSLBT:: o , Nov. 5.;, The Afghan troops are moving opposite the British outposts at Quettah, on the bor ders of Beloochistan, and an attack is hourly A rebellion:.has broken oiit at.Koistan,. on the border of Beloochista,' and- the Governor of the province has been miur dered. [.'.The following: messages have been re ceived fron the Heakd 'correspolident.]' Lo lDoi, :2nd Nov. The Khyberees are being mobilised, and officered by .Englishmen. . Vast quantities of military stores are:being accumulated at Peshawur. England has received offers of assistance from" several o,'f the semi-independen...

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 15 November 1878

GOVERNJENT GAZEYZ7. The following information is taken from last week's Gaseile: Rtoads have been proclaimed in the following parishes :--Leaghur, Mleering, Moeran, Ninyeuook, Quambatook, and Towanniny. A post-office -has been opened at Canary Island. Dr Wakefield, L.S.A., has been ap - pointed public vacdinator for Kerang. Mr I. L. Gurden has been authorized to act as surveyor at Kerang. A list is published of those who have not paid their rent on their leases "and licenses due in the month of-Airil las. Applications for licenses approved: D. McGlaslin, 320a, Boort; .I. Wil liams, 77a, Murrabit ; J. "E. L. Teague, 320a, Yarrowalla; T. Lavey, 320a, Kor rak Koak ; J; P.P.eauue 125a; .Yarro walla; M. Miritin, rural store and slaugih tering purpose, .a 3r 39p, Kerang; J. Day, slaughtering purposes, 3a, leran;; W. Anderson, brickmaking, 3a, Castle Donningtonf; J. Waiting,:business :site, 2a 3r 16p,. ,3urrabit; T. Roach, rural store, 3r 34p; 'Margaret; Burns, rural store site, 1a, Tanrru...

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SWAN HILL BAZAAR AND FANCY FAIR, IN AID OF THE BUILDING FUND OF THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Nov. 13, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 15 November 1878

SW1 Ni HILLSB BAZAAR IN AOOF TBu BUILDING FUND 05' THIE PRESBYTERIAN CHiRoC. [!BoY' onR OWN CORE PONDE NT '' i` i t Nov .13, 1b78 Castle Donnington, the oldest town~ shi ?in-Victoria' and 'capital ofitihe Shire of Swan Hill, has certainly rea son to feel proud. It is rarely a mere successful"gathering- has -been- held' than that witnessed to-day. : ':Thea; Presbyterian Church has long labored under an incubus in the shape 6f debt, that has perfectl? ptiaalysed all efforts of its supporters to clear.; A tefight in November last year, aid a concert in July this year, certainly made the debt somewhat less, but still: there re ,iiinied a debt on the bmlding fund. of :465. -It was decided to hold a bazaar for the purpose of reducing, this .debt, and the day opened most auspiciously as far as weather was concerned;. At two o'clock the" doors iFere op'Tned to' the public, anid certainly a very pretty .picture met the view.'- The new store built by Messrs lartiere and Stitt had been used fo...

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KERANG PETTY SESSIONS. Monday, Nov. 11. Before Messrs T. Littleton (chairman), H. Taverner, and W. J. W. Patchell, J's.P. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 15 November 1878

KERANG PETTY: SESSIONS. S i Monday, Nov. 11. Before Messrs T. Littleton (chairman), H. Taverner, and W. J. -Vr Patlidll, J's.P. J. Francis 'ws charged with beingh drunk and. disorderly.. '.As' prisoner had been locked dup since Saturday, and it was his first appearance before thp court, the bench, took a lenient view of-the case. Fined s, or three days' iniprisonment. The fine-' was paid." . .. Police v T. .H. Lightfoot, shooting for pleasure on a Sunday. As the witness in this case could not.be found, the police abandoned tie charge. J. ~. -Taverner v W. J. Price, £.3 6s, money lent. No appearance of defendant. Order for amount, and 15 Gd costs. Same v T. Field, £5, money lent. No appearance of defendant. Order! for amount, and £1 4s 6d costs. Mr Sullivan appeared for plaintiff inuboth cases. ; .. . - J. O'Donnell against Agnes 'Hyde, 19s 4d, balance cf account for goods sold and delivered. Mr Sullivan ap peared for O'Donnell. There appeared to be a deal- of animus between the part...

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TRAGIC EVENT ON THE YARRA. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 15 November 1878

TRAGIC EVENT ON. TUE YARRltA. A tragic occurrence took place on Sunday on the banks of the Yarra, the circum stances being at present shrouded, to a great extent, in mystery. The locality was that known to boating men as the baths' corner. The attention of a son of Mr Barrow, the keeper of • the Corporation Baths, who had been sent out by his mother to look for eggs, was attracted by loud cries for help,- which he" found pro ceeded from a man who was clingingto some willows on the edge of the river, in- which he was immersed. Barrow assisted the man to the bank and called his father, who in consequence of the statements made by the rescued man, got a boat to look for a companion, who,he alleged, had fallen into the water. The rescued man, whose name was subsequently ascertained to be Jacques Ruess, was in a state of drunkenness, and very violent, endeavouring to again throw himself into the river in search of his mis sing companion. He was restrained, how ever, and Barrow in a few m...

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PARLIAMENT. TUESDAY, November 12th. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 15 November 1878

PARLIAMENT. TWUSDAY, November 12th. In the Council the Railway Loan Ap plication Bill was read a second time, and passed through its various stages. The Neglected and Criminal Children's Bill was also read a second time, and passed through committee. The Hobson's Bay Railway Bill after being read a third time, passed through all its stages. The Police Offences' Statute Amendment Bill was also disposed of in the same manner. The second reading of the Customs Duties Bill was moved by Mr Cuthbert. It was criticised at some length by MIr Sargood. After the amehdments of Sir Charles Sladen on the Rabbit Suppression Bill had been considered the HIouse adjourned. In the Assembly notice was given by the Chief Secretary of his intention to move a new sessional order to the effect that the House will meet in future, every, day in each week at two o'clock. . Notice of intention was also given by Mr D. Cameron, to ask for an enquiry into the cause of the Kelly outbreak, and the ad ministration ...

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TERRICK TERRICK. Nov. 12, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 15 November 1878

1 TERRICK TERRICK. Srno Y'oa owiN CORESPONDENT] ..Nov. 12, 167... . Nothing to: communicate" is .my thought as I sit down to write my letter this week, or more ioroperly .peaking, nothing of general interest. The harvest' has Tot fairly com. menced, although :some of the farmers have begun.to cut. The rate of wages is, lam told., somewhat lower this year than it Was nlast, averaging about 6Cs a day, nd it is worthy of remark that the harvest men are of a some what morer'eslpctable class than they were last year, although this fact dies not prevent a good, deal more than. usual of fighting and lirasling.. I,,eaw.to day a very fair looking crop, and it may be noted that the crops on farms situated in the ranges areogenerally far better than;those on the plains. What the 4vpage yield ,will be cannot be fixed u;on with any degree of certainty, but there is t ht good reason tq.fiar that cur earlier pro.noati etions of a very.poor one will be ieahlied.' Let'us,:hpwever, hope jor, the best...

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STOCK REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 15 November 1878

STOCK REPORTS. Saturday's Pastoral Times reports:-During the past week we have had fine weather, but cold for this time of year. The rivers are very high, and flnods having occurred in some of the districts will very likely account for the small quantity of wool that has passed through. A few lots of cattle and sheep have also gone dowh for the Victorian markets. The Hay Standard reports the weather as unseasonable atthat place; night and days are wintry, ther mometer ranging from 10 to 70 deg. Floods are reported in the districts adjacent to the Lachlan and MIurrumbidgeo rivers. Feedisplen tifulon the road to WaggaWagga and stock are rolling fat; on some stations grass is three feet high. Stock movements are--5600 sheep from Maossglel, Boyd in charge, for Melbourne; 3500 fat sheep from Corrong, Gwyder in charge. The truckings for Victorian markets next week areas follow:--130 lambs (Holmes') to Etter shank, Eaglestono, and Mann, fMelbourne ; 3 trucks sheep and lambs (M'Millan's) to...

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SELECT POETRY. MORNING. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 15 November 1878

SELECT POETRY. MORNING. . 0 life-restoring Morn arise ; Draw Sleep's soft curtain from our eyes; Let flow the golden waves of light, - And quench the darkness of the night ! Disperse the vapors, dense and chill, That hang o'er woodland, vale, and hill ; With sunbeams kiss the'sleeping earth, And nature wake to light and mirth. Awake the song-birds in the wood; Unfold the daisy's purple bud ; Bid flowers of varied hue display Their beauties to the opening day, Waft forth their fragrance on thy breath O'er spreading mead and thy my health ; Up from his covert rise the deer; The wildfowl by the ten and mere, Lure from their soft and downy nest; And life's vast tide, now laid to rest, Set flowing, bearing as they go Their freight of human weal and woe. _ So ! as thou com'st glad sounds arise ; Birds with their warbling fill the skies ; The bees hum merrily as they sip Sweet draughts from Flora's honeyed lip; The folded sheep impatient bleat; Soft low the kine in pastures sweet ; The rin...

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DURHAM OX. Nov. 12. 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 15 November 1878

[. ýROM OUR o Wo COBRESPoa. DEo ] :. Nov. 12.1878. Aswas anticipated,. the rain which fell last week has considerably. benefitted the crops..:The improvemeut in many instances it remarkable., -The summer appears now to have set in.with.its disagreeable accompani ment.of hot wipdp, dust, &c.?... ,: T'. he alteration that. has been made in the hours of -opening, and closing post .ofices will be generally appreciated,, Soma of. the postal. arrangements here have been parti cularly absurd.?sfor instanc, .the.up mail arrives here about five a.m., but there was no delivery till nine o'clock, the ofi~e closing again at 9.15 for the despatch of the down mail, whichhowever,rarely leavestill 10.80. It was impossible to. reply byreturn..to any letter, however important,, and .besides on account of the variation of time-pieces, it frequently happened that persons who came some. miles for their letters were compelled tos wait till the coach left. The chiaige made 'will be a great conveni...

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PYRAMID HILL. Nov. 12, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 15 November 1878

P YRAMID HILL. ' (FROMt OUR OWSN CORREtSPOi DENT-):'' Dry warm weather and a stiff-hot' wind is the state of the weather seI ?s rntch.thes,-fewi lines. 'I he late. r.ins have had a beneficial effect on the relops, partiich?!rly the whbrat,' which has filled splendidly: The ot?t are all cut, and from"awhat I :-an gather. the returns will be very enddouarisg.m When speakling to a machine owner yestnle, :he itformed me that he had threshed out: sex stocks of oats for various owners, and the average would be abe.t 45 bushels per sre. SoEu' of the earlyg wheat crops are lookiug splendid, and will yield well. "The reapers are 'buiynow. as also are a few setriprers it hbing ratther early for the I,,tter The e.isno deuvsnm the lact.-that the stripper is the best implement'a fariner in these districts can possess, all things considered. The water ia'drying itp very, f?t. as also is the resse; and on.the: whsble the s ropt.wpll be l. I off tile Inds e rir.t.ihi sneason than last.. Messrs L. i...

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