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AGRICULTURAL NOTES [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 15 November 1878

AGRICULTURAL. NOTES During the pnstrweek the weather has been most propitious fronm an agriculture point of view, and crops of all kinds have progressed rapidly. The late rainis with which the colony generally has been visited have had the desired effect, and farmers now rejoice that the dropping appearance of their':crops noticeable a fortnight ago, has 'now entirely disappeared, it being substituted by-tokens of an abundant har vest, . Red rust has made its appearance in sonie': places, but as yet it has bok. been vast. The young rabbits are still _Y great nuisance, -?nd selectors are one an all of opinion that MIr Longmore's bill for the suppression :of the rabbit nuisance has not been drafted a day too soon. Be low will be found interestinug extracts: -Value. of Straw:--It manv safely be as sumed. thit not. one third .of the straw grown in the colony is consumied by stock, although oft abundant when our grasses are most deficient.. Excenting' near towns, where straw chaff is val...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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KERANG CRICKETERS AT SWAN HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 15 November 1878

KERA.NG CRICKETERS AT SVAN' i HILL. . i. i ". N Yos op-TnIar. The match which took place last Sa turday, between the Keraeng and Swan Ihill cricketf clubs, has been looked for 'ivard to with a considerable.dmount of, interest for some time past, both at bsiwaniiIiiuiana Kerang. Owingl tiothie day fixed forithe match beingra public i loliday several were able to particioate, I o6. S?aiilietle difficulty met the Kerang t team at the outset as to "the transit. ~ speciaicoach : ags talkedd of,. but' as a hitch occurred about the amount of i renumeration required it had to be abandoned. Subsequently arrange- F menits were made with the owners of I private vehicles. Some of the cricketers g started on Friday evening and ttayed I the first night at the Lake Boga Hotel 1 the property of Mr D. M'Intosh: MBine host seemed, rather surprised to see two teams come dashiiig up to his:hos telry, as beyond the passengers' b the coach' wayfarers are' not- frequent. Those who-niade'this bieak: in the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 15 November 1878

W:M IRWIN AND CO 1 E.NERA L STOREKEEPERS WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS, TERRICK TERRICK TRAVELLERS' REST SWAN MILL BOARDING 10 SE. A LL IIEALS and BEDS, Is ceach Bourdeni .£1 peri 'eek. - Cleanliness. Comfort, and Civility. BENJAMIN COOK, Proprietor. M.elbourne" Wool Sales. CLOUGH'S ýW OOL 1iAREHOOUSES, " ESTABLISHED, 1854. -A udion Sales of roo'i ele ever' AIon~day "andpo rceedspaid over: promitly. ' U LL particulars a to chiarges with other '."' information and list of station properties in our hauds f-r saoe, can .be seen in .our: monthly circu'ar whicr will be forwarded free on'apr' c?ation. 'Aaes. Pon KeaeRb : ha a . J. W. PATCH ELL. J. H. CLOUGH S CO. W7TANTiD,-A Good General .ervant. ' Apply to Mrs Patchell, Kerang. BiAASTEI PAPER for Sale. Apply oTce of. . V.--- thispaper. - MEDICAL.' DR; :WAKEFIELD, MiD., QURGEOh, &c, of London University, late ) of Ballarat Temporary:Residence at Mr.. Radtrick's,- Chemist, Kerang., Consulta tiuh before twelve, and after six Evening. iV...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 15 November 1878

SLrfitntho I street, 1pg 0eStod. of A irst-cland kinds of npsiredto ardor o a the pe ,ot vorebe Count triy orders to. llgoods at lowest re T8RRS CASH. ILL! hat's a fine pair of hareon. Whormd, yonget Il tell you, but do rn. t crack from ERAN G. - and cheapest Boo etsner' a1 fanye, I only gave I£2 for *betFeneh calf, and Iha.sre - 'sideshe madoe ne, fit lke' a - 18o. Why, he is ea sal r! If you want we irks ng You ean get a first cil as or 16s, and as for ea " post gives them away. ( )u ad you will be over satin a I np puts in now elastic fo r i , rllethe and uppers very che ap .himta trial. MEDICAL. I4 VOLATILE EXTRACT OF THE CALYPTU rLOBULUS l net of the Eucalyptus Globul ' . s narCntured soledy by M Sant tIe tSndhurst recommends itself'by t he tsosrstion and testimonials: y rldeclsatioti made before Moar neathe 17th October, 1877, at S 'am " naod?mical gentlemen had attendee O. dIr Raabe, of Ironbark, for. nit to dilared that anoautaion of the:i ..?cu. was absolutely necessary. 1 ...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. Sandhurst, Thursday, 5.15 p m. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 15 November 1878

ITATESTl IN TELLIG ENCE. ý (FRBOOUR SANDHBESTCORRESPONDENT.) I/' BYLERCTUIC TELEGRAPUi' ; ' Sandhurst, Thursday, 5.15 p m. ., In the Legislatife Council last night,. the iCharitable' Trusts Bill iwas -read a first tilne, and the Neglected( Criminal Children's'Bill'was-passed through-com- mittee. In the Assembly, the Rabbit Nuisance SSuppression"BUill was further -raiended." After the preliminary business,Gaunson moved -the adjournment of the House with the object of obstructing' business, and preventing the Government 'carrying the vote for mission to England. A dis orderly sceneiensued. Berry iuestioned welietlier proceedings 'ere iln order. Gillies .and others on .Opposition inti-. mated',they .had .ao. sympathy. ivith GaCnson.'* Mackay protested against; wasting public time. . The Speaker said he could not interfere with Gaiinson as long as he kept witiin -rules of House. At three o'clock-Tytherleigh called the attentioniof the Speaker to strangers 'in gallery, and it was:cleared...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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The Kerang Times AND SWAN HILL GAZETTE. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. KERANG, NOVEMBER 15, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 15 November 1878

.Abs SwAs HILL GAZETTE. ?, "- ..ULED w EEKLY. KEiAAG ; ;. .A OVEIIMBER 5,5; 8j8. SWANi lIILL BAizAAsin .-Iwtill be seen -on reference to our correspondent's letter ;that this bazaar was opened on Wednes -day last, aud judging froin the amount takeni ?on that day (£kl11); no doubt it will=be a great success. .The offer of Mr Officer to give £100 if -50 could be subscribed has been taken, This, with the proceeds of the bazaar, will, it is anticipated, .wipe out the: debt. The bazaar was continued yesterday, .and will be brought to a close to-day. The .whole' affair will w-ind up with a grand •concert oni Saturday. (to-morrow) . even ing, when all the available talent will assist. The tickets for the concert are nearly all sold... .EAs: L0onnot Su?E .-The annual mneetinhg of this Council is announced to be held at the Shire Hall, Serperitine, -on Tuesday next,' when .the. auinual tattement of accounts -?ill be presented. lenders for various works in the Shire will also be openied. ;A ....

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SANDHURST CATTLE MARKET. Tuesday, 12th November. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 15 November 1878

SANDiiURST CATTLE MARKET. Tuesday, 12th November. Messrs Ettershank, Eaglestone, and Co. re port:-Fat Cattle.-We have sold 282 head, bullocks to £? 10s, cows to £8 53. Fat Calves. -- -We sold 26 for various ownerat from 24sto . ra'Fat dheep.-We have sold 3007 wethers * and owes at quotations. Fat Lambs.-We sold 105 shorn,at 5s Gd. Messrs J. 0. Walker and Co. report:-Fat Cattle.--Iedium to good quality bullocks made £6 to £7 10s, cows £3 l5s to £5 5s, inferior bullocks sold to £5 10s. We sold 122 at quo tations. Calves.-Prices ruledaboutthesame as Inst week, with a dull sale. Fat Sheep. The market was dull at late rates. We quote best merino wethers 10s, good Ss to 9s, inferior to Gs, good ewes 6s Gd to 8s, others to 5s. Messrs Powers, Rutherford, and Co. report: -Fat Cattle.--1090 yarded. Of this numbera fair proportion were prime, the remainder ranged from stores to useful beef ; and although there was a good attendance of the trade as well as outside buyers, the market was again d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 15 November 1878

WANTED. . - ,7 'ANTED NURSE GIRL, about 15. Ap IVjly' with references to Shire Hall. 671 WANTED KN rN OW:ff. A qtuntity of Oalvanirod Corruiatcd Iron] slightly damaged, on Sale Cheaip Laea +Lime Ni always on hand. b: 'ERNE-T T RTANDT " ' .- TIMBeR YARD & SAW 3[LL, ti t, c 1 High street, Sanilhurst a - - NOTICES. n ti MR H. WRIXON, | SOLICITOR, &c., SANDHURST,- I . LL attend regularly at the 'Keiang r ? Police Court, on the first Court Day in every month. . 570" " TO LET. SAKERS' Shop,witli First-clss New Oven j Splendid. opening, for. Bakers, light h goods, iefreshinents, Fruits, &c. 572 - . A: C. BAYLY,Kerang. A most Desirable Investment, AND A CERTAIS FORTUNE. FOR SALE, SFi:st-class HOTEL, STABLES. &c., on SMain Road, Large Frontage to Fresh water Lake; old Establishrd Squatting, Agricultural, and Roadside Business, together Swith 320 acres first-clhts land, divided in Paddocks. A. C. BAYLY, Estate Agent, 565 Kerang. N : :,TICE' : .WILL not be answe...

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OPENING OF THE BAPTIST CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 15 November 1878

OPofic O r THE .:B TIST 1 t. %s HURCH.: . 7 e e Last Sunday week should belooked upon;by the .ell-thinking dortionbofthe townspeople as a day of- no mean imn portance. That being the day on which theyne.w Baptist- Church 'was -opened for?public ývorship ) .Setting. aide. the mere formal act of :opening a church for divine -worship it should efi loobked' upon in a broader light, and as such should be hailed with gratification. ft points to the fact that our whole time ?is not... engrossed iwith ..sordid r motives-, --and -carnal. -desires, but' that some littlei attentioin is paid:c to\ those moral::and :social( attributes that tend to make' lifeli a lessing in-;.a siei.d of a curse ,thafielevates :man'to wardssHiin`il whlise iimage he 'i made,., itstead,.of lowering him to the level-: of the brute. It. also sho'ws: -that -.,the;' teachiiigsnciAulcatd in our iuth have not been wlholly lost, but axe treasufed . ip in age, and the promptiiigs for good, thou'gh rudely shaken in the vici...

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MURDER OF CONSTABLES. BENALLA, Thursday, 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 15 November 1878

MURDER OF CONSTABLES. (FROM THE ARGUS SPECIAL REPORTER.) BENALLA, Thursday, 8 p.m. The police have had information respect- ing the Kelly gang in their possession during the past day or two, but it was not considered desirable to make use of it, owing to its doubtful character, until yesterday, when corroborative reports were received, and it was then felt that there was every probability of securing the ruffians. Super- intendent[s] Nicolson and Sadleir having this knowledge in their possession, had arranged for a strong party to proceed to the district indicated, which, it may now be said, was about midway between Beechworth and Eldorado, on what is known as Reed's Creek. Here are living two or three families, who, if not directly connected with the Kelly gang by family ties, are known to be close friends of theirs, and the idea was to pay them a sudden domiciliary visit with the expectation of finding some of the gang with them. The matter was kept very secret. It was arranged th...

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LATER PARTICULARS. BENALLA, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 15 November 1878

LATER PARTICULARS. BENALLA, Saturday. As yet no news have arrived here of the capture of the Kelly gang of bush- rangers, and the police feel so confident that the four men are still lurking about the ranges with which they are so well ac- quainted. Two or three well mounted and armed search parties are gone out from here, and are making in the direction of   Wangaratta. This forenoon, Inspector Nicholson, who only returned from the ranges late last evening, started for Wangaratta with the intention of there meeting a con- tingency of troopers, and receiving any news which may be forthcoming. Some of the parties at present out are likely to return this evening, as they have now been out several days, and their provisions must by this time be running short, unless they have received fresh supplies elsewhere. The inhabitants are greatly excited, and news of the capture of the murderers is most anxiously a waited. WANGARATTA, Saturday. This forenoon a search party, led by ...

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WYCHITELLA. Nov. 5, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 15 November 1878

WYCHITELLA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Nov. 5, 1878. We have had splendid rains for the last week, and at present it is coming down steadily, and has the appearance of continu- ing. Most of the dams and tanks will be filled up, so that we shall not be so short of water this season as last. Feed is abundant; the late rains will have the effect of starting young grass, so that there will be no scarcity this season.     The improvement is apparent upon the   late wheat, as that dry and stunted appear- ance has already vanished; the colour has   improved, and I believe that the late crops will yield quite as well as the early ones. A ramble through Boort and Wychitella would convince anyone that we have no reason to complain about crops, and that the north- western district would compare favourably with any of the old and famed agricultural districts. The greatest difficulty in these parts is how to get our produce to the seaboard, ...

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STRANGE RUMOURS AFLOAT. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 15 November 1878

STRANGE RUMOURS AFLOAT.   Our readers must by this time have come to the conclusion that the search parties patrolling the ranges in the North-eastern district are in a state of glorious uncer- tainty as to the whereabouts of the brothers Kelly, and their two companions in crime. One day it is reported that the police are close upon their tracks, and their capture is likely to be effected within a few hours, while within twenty-four hours after, ac- counts are to hand that certain huts &c., supposed to have been the hiding places of the gang have been searched by the police parties, and that to their chagrin they have found the desperadoes flown. Despite the continued belief of the police officers that the required individuals are still somewhere in the ranges at present   being searched, grave doubts are beginning to occupy the minds of the less excitable of the public, that the niurderers are away in some distant part of the colony by this time, a...

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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 22 November 1878

NEWS AND NO ES, It is rnmourd that a well wealthy squatter in t'ia Western d became, through the death of his br Sootlanid, possessed of a large nne shares in the City of Glasgow Ba contributions upon which are likely very large, and will take tihe major his fortune to liquidate. A telegram from Avoca annous sad cases of drowning which ocea that district. The message reads }sad accidents by drowning occurred i district on 14th. llJohn Cotter was out of a dray at Natte Yallock, and thrown into a dam at which hie was jing his horse. His employer-John - junior-swam in, and nmade three at to rescue him, but was unsuccesflI last time he was nearly drowned hi as Cotter caught him by the foot dragged him under. Fortunately, hi came off, and disengaged the PC grasp. The horse rwas also des Cotter's body was afterwards ter The other case was that of a bay William Tromsaon, eight years of age went to bathe in Pudlder's data at II bush, and got beyoud his depth. Ili, ther, two years older, tri...

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TAMPERING WITH JURORS. MELBOURNE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 22 November 1878

'1'-A-1IPBRINGF WITrH Jt3RUltj. S MELBOUnNE, Tuesday.; David Henry and .Williamn Ireland,- who: were convicted on Triday last of having attempted to tamper with jurors in the County .Court, were sentenced this morning, Henry was so much affected that lie was hardlynable to speak; 'le managed, how ever, to stammer out. " I have saved nine lives and have the Humane Society's. medal:" ,The other prisoner, Irelatind, said nothing. The Chief Justice in passing sentence, said the prisoners. were found guilty of a most heinous - crime, which had been committed. under circumstances which aggravated the offence. In such -cases punishment was always intended as a deter- , rent, therefore he would have to pass such a sentence as would deter others from comnmitting like offences.. Henry was then fined L500, and sentenced to four years' imprisonment; Ireland was fined L50, and sentenced to two years' imprison Iment.

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AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 22 November 1878

AGRICULTURAL NOTES We have now every prospect of settled fine weather,ndud summer seems to have fairly commenced at last. The warm sunny. days during' the pasf wveelk havo had the effect of greatly nccelierating the maturing of the wheat crops in the earlydistricts, and. within afew days harvestingwill commence. In districts where the crops are later, the increasing heat of the sun, acting upon soil 'vell charged with moisture, has given a great impulse 'to vegetation. Root crops are getting an unusually good start this season, and we are given to understand a very large area will be under potatoes this year. Pastures everywhere are all that could be desired, and stock of all kinds are in splendid condition as a rule. Shearing is proceeding rapidly. and a large portion of the wool has already been shipped. The clip is turning out very well, and the pros pectls of graders are as satisfactory as they have ever experienced within the last few years. Mr Mechi,the celebrated English scie...

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[?]URNING OF THE EXPRESS STEAMER. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 22 November 1878

I URNING OF TIHE EXPRESS STEAMER. On Saturday last the steamer, Ex press was totally destroyed by fire. The Express was a small bargeL fitted with'a small horse-power engine; and working by a screw propeller. Alter .staying.a few days at Swan H1111 pro ceeded to Euston. It appears she had passed there, and anchored for the nightsa few miles .below that place. Tnere were only twivo ien on board;the captain and-cook. . The.cook- le -for Euston to procure bread, andthe cap tain remained behind. He states he was cutting wood on the bank of the river wheni he. observed his craft .in flames. IHe managed to save: his papers before the ropes were burned. The boat drifted out into river and sank She had on board a small steam hunch for Mr Gunn, of Wentworth, which was destroyed. Kerosene was a-portion of her cargo, and attention I had been called when at Swan Hill to the manner and position in which this was stored. The vessel and cargo were partially insured. Mr Frederick Payne, of Echuca. ...

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(FROM THE AGE CORRESPONDENT.) LONDON, 14th November. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 22 November 1878

(ysoa THE AGE CORRESPONDEST.) LONDON, 14th November. The British troops oncamped in the vicinity of the Afghan territory are reported to be in an unhealthy condition. This is asaribod in great part to the want of necessaries, arising from the defective supply of the meansof transport,which is at tributable to the usual backd..timless of pro ."' -= ementep by the commissariat ser vice. So faras can be learned, the Ameer of fAfghanistan is not intending to take the initiative in active hostilities, but is quietly massing his troops and passively watching the course of events. LONDoN, 16th Novelmber. The Agents-General of the colonies of Victoria andNerSSouth Wales havereceived instructious from their respective Govern n enots to ao-operatp with the colonial eximi bition committees. The applicants for space are becoming very omnerous, and the total area required will probably greatly exceed that which the colonial international exhi bition commissioners had determined to provide. Gold ...

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CANARY ISLAND. November 18th, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 22 November 1878

CANARY ISLAND. (FRS3I A COBRRLESPONDENT).:. November 18th,.1S78. The weather is vcry hot and dry for this time of the year. The fhrmnnira around here are busy with their harvest now, and it seenmsto be rather a poor one, most of them I think are reckoning to have from ten to fifteen bushels per acre, but it will take the thrasher to toll the true state of affhirs. There is very little news worth rc cording, and one can hardly write with out treading on someone's toes; for in stance I was talkixig to a gentleman about the Kenaaa Tirzs, and heard a good deal about the DurhamOx and Canary Island correspondents, which was anythiing but flattering. The general topic of conversation here is Kelly. I thiiik some the ladies will talk about him till they fancy they see him. -

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TERRICK TERRICK. Nov. 19, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 22 November 1878

TERRICK. TERRICK. rFToM OR OwN CORRIESPONDEST Nov. 19, 1878. Things here are pretty much as usual. The last week has brought vecry few incidents worthy of chronicling. Last Tuesday and Wednesday were very hot, and Thursday was terribly so. In the expressive language of a slangy I friend of mine, it was ia regular suorter." Fromnt the dawn we had a hot northerly wind; which was like a blast from the hottest corner of , well, of Bades. The thermometer stood at 1100 in the shade in one of the. houses at three o'clock in the afternoon, I and in one of the coolest places in the township it registered over 1000. During the afternoon of Wednesday a large snake, over four feet in length, was killed just as. it was insinuating itself through the trap door of the cellar of Messrs W. Irwin and Co.'s store..< Iis snakeship probably knew by instinct what kind of a day we were to have on Thursday, and sought a cool spot in which to.pass the day comfort ably, but as Burns says, " the be...

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