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

PARLIAMENT. TcIuSDAY, Nov. 0lrn. In the Council it was movred by Sir Chas. Sladen that it was desirable in the opinion of the House to embody in a statement for transmission to tihe Secretary of State for the information of Her Majesty, thecircum stances under which differences Ihave arisen between the Houses of Legislature on tihe question of constitutional reform; that a committee of nine members be appointed to prepare such statemnents; and that the comnmittee consist of the lIons. R. S. An derson, W. Campbell, II. Cuthbert, N. Fitz erald, W. E. Iearn, T. T. Sargood, .1. A. Wallace, W. Wilson, and the mover. The motion was carried. The Charitable Trust, Neglected Chil dren's, and Usbbit Soppression Bills, were then passed. is the Assembly,. after .soms prelimi nairy'busiaess, the resolutions arrived at in comimittee of supply were reported to the House. A lengtlhy discussion ensued on tihe re P'mrimg embassy resolution. It was moved byMri Ganmson, and seconded by Mr Bent, that Pr...

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STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 22 November 1878

SOlK ILREPORT. Saturday's Pastoral 7tmnes reports:-Summer weather has ruled during the week-some days have been intensely hot. 2000 shlceep, Mcln's, from MIoolp ; 350 do., fM'Millan's; 1400 do., Patterson's, from Puckwidgeo; 50500 dlo:, frosm MIosgiel; 520 do., Scott's; 33 cattle, Foley's; 52 do., Curtain's; 2500 sheep of IRicketson's wont south; also 291 bullocks, Wilson's, of the Paroo, consigned to Powers, Ruotherford, and Co.; 300 cows from Willanera, said to be consigned to Dougharty and Co. Tho iTay Standard states tlhat feed begins to droop ander tihe scorching intluence of the son, and the mSy riods of locousts to bh seen approaclhing is an ill omen. The following movements are reported: -230 head fat cattle front the Warrego crossed at Whealbah for Melbourne, Terry in charge; 3503 fat sheep fromc Co-rong for Melbourne, E. Gwvder in charge. The followingestockwill be truecked hers next week :-Monday-Fifteen trucks of fat sheep from Corrong (P. and J. Tyson's) consigned to J....

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 22 November 1878

A bad Lung Tester.-:o don't want a Lancashire witch for a long tester. At a singing school up there the other night a young man was bragging about the strength of his lungs, and invited a young girl in the company to hit him in the breast. She said she was left handed, had been washing that day, and was tired, and didn t feel very active, but at his earnest request she letgo at him. When his friends went to pick him up he said he thought he would die casier lying down. He had lost all recollection of having any lungs, but the young woman consoled him by admitting that she didn't lilt him as hard as she might hiave done, because she rather.liked him.

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 22 November 1878

:GOVERN ifE T GAZECIE. The following information is taken from last week's Gazette: Applicationis for leases approved. P. Hurley, Wychitella, 319a; J. Martin, juun., Mysia, 319a; H. G. Smith, Mysia, 319a; S. Vear, Loddon, 319a; TW. Smith, Castle Donnington, 1GOa; W. A. Clar ricoats, Loddon, 320a; J. Harrison, Loddon, 82a; P. Puntz,Gunbower, 320a; J. Menzies and IR. Harper, executors of J. Jobson dcceased,Cohuna, 240a; Jane Scott, Gunbower 31i7a; J. Garden, Gun bower299a; EJGusthart,Terrick Terrick West, 320a; A. Gray, Gunbower, 240a; Sarah Evans, executrix of J. Evans de ceased, Turrumberry, 104a. Applications for licenses approved: Catherine McLeod, 320a, Gaunawarra; J. IKerrigen, 320a, Budgernm West; M. McCarthy, jun., 39a, Kerang; TW. Pick les, 320a, Meering; J. Hasty, 100a, Loddon; Mary E. O'Flanagan, 320a, Loddon; C. Newstead,250a,Gannawarra; A. Young, 320a, Murrabit; H. levers, 320a, Murrabijt ; W. Swiffen, 1GOa,3far mal; D. McLean, 320a, Tittybong; Bessie Hancock, 320a, furra...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 22 November 1878

day .. - .'WaRy. .blind sister ;I rd to hear, Still . ii near thee, Ever,; Aotie each care; Though } i:,lay not see the sunshine, Or the clodlets soft and light, Green fields or waving forests, Or the flowers blooming bright Thire are still some joys remaining, Which my sister thou may'st share, In listening to the song birds Making music sweet in air, Fe'l the zephyrs gently stealing From nature's secret bowers, All laden with the fragrance O'tlhe bright and lovely flowers. And in sweet usmmer evening, Feel its cool and balmy bIreseze, IIear its soft and whispering mus:ic, Sighing through the leafy trees; Hear the silvery laugh of childhood, And their shout of joyous glee, As they chase the gaudy butterfly, O'er grassy knoll and leu. Then come with me, sweet sister, I'll lead thee by the hand, Where the bright blue waves are rolling Ever o'er the golden sands; Thus I'll watch and guard thee ever, Till life's pilgrimage is o'er, Till we meet our angel mother Os the bright celestial ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 22 November 1878

Drinking together.-The son of a rnsll known teetotaller once told an inquiring friend that he and his father had a deuce of a time in the Highlands drinking whisky and mater. "What?" said his astonished friend; "your father drink whisky and water?" SNo,"' said the son,un we drank it together. Idrank the whisky, and be drank the water." BLACK Ivk.-lirunised galls, three pounds; gum inid sulphate of iron, of ench, one pound; vinegar, one gallon; water, two gal' lons ;macerate with frequent agitation for fourteen days. To produce three gallons.

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

S0 L0. C A. (arox AN occAsIONAL corJROoEoSNBENT.) There is not much of interest to report re garding this very quiet nei.hb urhood, though in reali.y it is no duller than most commu nities in this new country. On funday last, 10th inst., the inaugural service of the Church of England was held in the state school near Grant's. !r lf:ihlety was the pr achser, and delivered an oppeoprinte oermon, tainling for his text Psrna xlviii 2 lThough the notice. given for the service evewas very short, and few seemed to be in possersion of information regnarding it, yet there were over fosty present, showing that There is a really go d prospect of a successful service in this hitherto ecclesiastlically neglected dieticet The services are to be held monthly. The same minister is to hold a eevice on the mern ing of the 2lth inst., at Mr Ingamells' school at Ynarrawalla, where there is every pnspect of establishing a well attended service. IMr Brett made a gcod impression on eunday last in conducti...

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CROWN LANDS SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 22 November 1878

CROWN LiNDS SALE. iof Crown lands was held at the se on Tuesday last, 10th inst., con .Ly Mr G. R1. Watson, district sur . The attendance was very small, and mpetition aonything but bliskl. 'lThe ; lots were offered: T(.WN LOTS. cerr, parishl of Yarrawalla, county elofGunbower at Durham Ox. .Mtprice £85 per lot; charge for surrey lot 1, area 2r, allot. 4, sec. 5. po offer. .7 price £10 per lot; charge for survey lot 2, nfea sr 13p, allot. G, 0c(. 5. P. rellupset piice. Ot price £6 per lot; charge for our Sl. Lots 3 to 10, area Or each, al e,. and 11, sec 5, and 2,.4, 6, .8, Set. Upset price £9 per lot; clharge for £1.t Lot 11, area 2r 39p, allot. 14, .. Upset price £6 per lot,; charge for rift. Lots 12 to 14, area 2reach, allots lrc 7. Upset price £1 2s Od per lot; leorsrvey £1. Lot 15, area 2r Ip, (,sec. 7. Upset price £5 per lot: charge ltay£1. Lot 16 area 1r26p,allot. 10, . Upset price £6 per lot; charge for elpl. Lots 17 to 20, area 2r cach,allots S17, 20. sec. 7. No offer. SUBU...

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THE INDIAN BORDER. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 22 November 1878

THE INDIAN BORDER. The sudden crisis developed in our Indian policy is exciting extraordinary interest, not only here, but throughout the Continent, and war against Afghanistan, and possibly against IRussia,:is deemed almost inevitable. Shere All having received and entertained envoys from Russia, the Indian Govern ment resolved to despatch an imposing mission to Cabul. - After repeated delays the British envoy left Peshawur on the 21st inst. On reaching the mouth of the Kyber Pass he learnt tlhat tihe Ameer's comman dant had advanced an outpost to the centre pass, and was prepared to dispute the pas sage. A party comprising Major Caragnari, two native princes, and a small escort ad-' vanced to Ali Musjid, and had three hours' conference with the commandant, who threatened an attack if the party proceeded. Thus insolently rebuffed, thle mission re turned to Peahawur. But for personal friendship the Afghan commandant de clared ihe would shoot Major Caragnar. General Sir Neville Chamb...

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BOILER EXPLOSION AT BALLARAT. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 22 November 1878

BOILER EXPLOSION AT 3AL L.IIAT. A serious explosion occurred on Satur day at the claim of the Racecourse Co., Haddon, near Ballarat, when one of the three boilers burst, making a general wreck, but fortunately without loss of life. The usual shift was below at the time, and the engine-driver at his place, when sud denly, without any previous warning, a terrific explosion took place, and the whole surronndings were immediately enveloped in steam. It was at once discovered by the engine-driver that one of the boilers had exploded and been driven through the wood heap, and on to the office, which it demolished. The manager, M\Ir G. Wvat, and the slqiconian, Mr C..Jter;ctvre asleep at the time ilnLth ulilee, and were buried in the daeris, from which they were after wards extricated with diflicunlty. The manager escaped with a few slight bruises, but Bray was seriously cut about the head, much bruised, but not fatally,itis expected. The enginedrjyier was also somewhat injured. The explod...

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SUDDEN DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 22 November 1878

SUDDEN DEATH. Information reached Kerang on Fri day last that a woman named Jane Williams had dropped down dead at Koondrook on the previous day, and Constable Bush proceeded to the scene of the occurrence, only to find that the report was too true. Mr. R. Strickland was then communicated with, who in structed the police to make arrange ments for holding an inquest; and that he would arrive in Kerang on Saturday morning. The body was then brought into Kerang, and an inquest held at the Commercial Hotel on Saturday last, 16th inst., before Mr. Strickland, district coroner. The jury having viewed the body, the following evidence was taken: Henry Williams, sworn, said: He was a carpenter, residing at Koondrook. The deceased was his wife, of whose body the jury have had a view. De ceased was 65 years of age, and enjoyed good health, up till Thursday, 14th. Between four and five on that day deceased complained of a pain in her side. He attributed this to a fall de ceased had three weeks ...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. LONDON, Nov. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 22 November 1878

EUROPEAN- TELEGRAMS. FROM THE ARGUS CORRiSPONIENT2 LoNnoN, Nov. 13. The Emperor of Russia has formally an nouuced to the British Governmenbt that he intends fulfilling the treaty of Berlin, and has directed the Imperial officials ac cordingly.. Turkey. is appointing de legates to arrange for the. recti fication of the Greek frontier. The Sul tan is sending an envoy to Cabul, desiring the Ameer of Afghanistan to sub mit to England. A Berlin telegram states that Germany has decided to occupy. the whole of the Samoan group. Lord Salis bury, the Foreign Secretary, has informed Spain that England is' prepared to revise the wine duties. LosnoN, Nov. 14. In view of an Afghan war there is an infuential agitation in favor of Parliament being convened. Fearful gales have been experienced on the south coast. The Blair Athol, outward bound for Australia, has put back, having sustained damage. The Woodlark, bound for New Zealand has re turned to port, having been in collision. The Piako, bound t...

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THE GOLD ROBBERY. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 22 November 1878

TIE GOLD IOBBITRY. On Monday Martin W\iberg was againre manded for one week by Mr Panton, on the charge of stealing 5000 sovereigns from the s. Avoca, in August, 1577. In telligence of the arrest of the mate, Ellis ton, Wiberg's accomplice, in England, having reached the colony, the confession made by Wiberg at the time of his arrest is placed at the disposal of the press. The confession is that in August of last year, the prisoner was employed as a carpenter on board the steamship Avoca, which vessel on account of an accident, had to take the I lace of the steamship Assam, and instead of merely taking the passengers, specie and cargo from Sydney to Melbourne, she was ordered to proceed from the last named port, to India. During the return voyage, the. prisoner Elliston, who was at that time the chief oflicer of the Avoca, broached the subjectof stealing the specie from the treasure-room of the steamship.to Wiberg, on hier next trip from Sydney. Elliston said to his accomplice: "Som...

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DURHAM OX. Nov. 12. 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 22 November 1878

DURHAM l OX FRo)[ OUR OWN CO5RESPONDENT] Nov. 12. 1878. The present season is in every way a most remarkable one; intensely hot days have been succeeded by compara tively cold ones. Thursday last was a day to be remembered as a very dis agreeable one, the heat was intense, and the strong Wind that blew during the morning was like hot blasts from the mouth of an oven,- and the dense clouds of dust carried along, made the day an intolerable one. Towards evening the wind gradually veered round to the north, and afforded a pleasant re lief-from the prostrating effects of the forenoon heat. A profane fellow gave eipression to his sense of the change by describing the wind in the evening as"airs from heaven" and the morning as blasts from t'other place. We-are indebted to our ' knights of.the willows", for affording us some relief from the monotony of our every day life. A few weeks since a match was played against an eleven of Inale wood on their own ground, and the re suit was an easy v...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 22 November 1878

NO&TICES STEAMERS TRAFALGAR PRIDE OF THE. MURRAY W ILL LeaieEchuca for.Gannawnrri o Ju V tion. Swan Hill, and Lower Murray . Eight days; leaving puncitally, cargo or no cargo. For.rates of freight apply to COr AIN DVIb Swan Hill, W11. M CULLOCII & CO, Limited, Echuca, On T-r \P. J W. PATCHE1L, 1 . Kerang. BDILLIARDS BILLIARDSBILA S BILLIARDS ' J SINGLETON bets to inform the public J. of Ke.ang, that be has taken the Kerang Hall from Mr J. V. Taiverer, and opened the same r.s a Billiard Saloon with one of Aleock and Co.'s best Billiard Tables, and that they will fad there every comfort and attention. WYM. IRWJN AND Co'L, -- G ENERAL STOILEKEEPER'S WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS, TERRICK TERRICK. ROBERT PETTIGREW OA1)DDLER & STOREKEEPER 13 CAMPBELL sTP.EcT, SWAN TEILL S W A N- II I L L-o~ tle ui~ic TRAVELLERS' REST SWAN HILL BOARDING IIO SE. A LL MEALS and . BEDS, Is. each B oarders, l1 per week. Cleanliness. Comfort, and Civility. BENJAMIN COOK, Proprietor. Melbour...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 22 November 1878

IJOOTMeA KERS. OOT 1SAREHOUtSE, Mitchell street, I )andburst. A Large Stock of First-class bcaloits1 Or imported. All kinds of ia-n made and repaired to order on the pre ri conmptent workmen. Country orders [sVjef attended to. All goods atlowest re t ie ptrices. A TER.MS CASH. IR. BENEY. C TTOLD ON. BILL: That's a fine pair of a Bos rou havre on. Where did you get then Oh. I will tell you, but do not crack - Igo: them front JT. II. R. E N, K EIi .1 N G. Hg i about the best and cheapet-1 Blootinaker I vers knew: Just fancy, I only gave X2 for .- ridine boots, best Fench calf, and I have amir of elastic ides hle uade ne, fit like a .ove, and only cot 18. Why. hlie is a real iead to us selectors! If you want working cs, co to hie ? You can get a firet class pfarofwatertights for 16x, and as for ready- r hoots he almost gives them away. You him a. trial, and you will be over satisfied. hpair aL-so cheap, puts in niew elastic for 2s i. and will sell leather and uppers very cheap. Do Tom,...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. Sandhurst, Thursday, 5.15 p m. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 22 November 1878

LATEST INTELLIGENCE.. BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. F[rioaa OUR T01 N CO:IsE5SO\DENT.] Sandhurst, Thursday, 5.15 p m. A political meeting was held in St. James' Hall last night, rooo persons were present. It was got up by the Reform League, -several -members of the league spoke. Mr Crawford, presi dent of the league, being in the chair. Robert Clark, M.LA., also- defended i his action with regard to the embassy to England; a scene of wild confision ensued. A motion in favour of the Government, and also an amendment Sin favour of Clark's action were moved, The chairman declared the motion carried. The audience rushed the platform, collared the chairman, antdi made him put the motion and amend mnent again. A scene of confusion in, discribable ensued. Mr Clark silenced the audience after a long a long time, and called for.a'division. He had it all his own way, nearly. all the vast audience going over-to his side. The meeting broke tip abruptly, and - the members of the Reform League left the ...

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The Kerang Times AND SWAN HILL GAZETTE. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. KERANG, NOVEMBER 22, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 22 November 1878

AND Swnx HILL GAZETTE. POIILISI1ED W'EEKLY. KERANG, NOVEMBER 22, 1878. EsGLISIIIAIL.-The outgoingEnglish mail will close at the local post office on Wednesday next. HELD OVEP.-Owing to pressure on space ourSwan Hill correspondent's letter is held over. FIRE AT TIHE TERRICES.'- One, of those imysterious fires that bafle all en quiries; occurred on the selection of Mr T. Cain, near the post-office, Terricks, on Sunday last, whereby a large shed, a quantity of straw; harness, acid othler farming requisites were destroyed. The only way of accounting for the. fire is that some travelltirs may at some time have left matches there, and they had become ignited. The place has been fre quently used as a camping ground. LICESI.NG MEETING.- We are re quested to draw attention to an adve, vertisement in another column of the date when.the licensing meeting, for the Kerang district, is to be held. All ap plicants .for renewal of licenses must send in their old licenses &c:, to the clerk o...

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SANDHURST CATTLE MARKET. Tuesday, 17th November. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 22 November 1878

SANDHIURI T CATTLE MARKET. Tuesday, 17th Norember. 3Mesars 3. C. Walker and Co. report: - Fat Cattle. --Thi market was dull throughout at prices ecarcely equal to last week. Good quality bullocks mando £5 10s to £6, medium to £3 2 G1d, inferior to £4 10s, good cows £5 to £5 15s, medianum to £4 10s. We sold drafts at market rates. Fat Calvres.-81 yarded, lwhich met a dullsale, prices ruling low. Fat sheecp.-4l11 yarded, mostly medium to good quality. The demand was brisk, and all were cleared at litoate ras. We quote good weo there ts to 10, medium to So Gd, good ewes o7s id-4o 83 Gd, mediunm is d3, others to 5o. We sold 721 at quotations. Fat Lambs.-1307 yarded, which were in good demand at last week's prices. Best made 8s to 8s 61, good to 7s. Messrs Ettershank, Eaglestone, and Co. re port:-Fat Cattlc.-We hare sold 277 head, bullocks to £7 17s Gid, conto £5. Fat Calves. -Prices ruledalboutthe same as last week. We sold 33 for different owners at front 25s to 50s. Fat Shoep.-hest we...

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THE MURDERS BY THE BUSHRANGERS. BENALLA, Friday, 10.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 22 November 1878

THE MURDERS BY THE BUSHRANGERS.. FROM THE ARGUS CORRESPONDENT BENALLA, Fridiay, 10.30 p.m. No further movement by the police has taken place today. It has, however, trans- pired that a party somewhat resembling Kelly's gang were seen, near Glenrowan, on the night of Friday last. The state- ment has not, however, been authenticated. It has now become the general impression that the capture of the gang will be a longer job than was at first anticipated. For fifteen months before the fatal attack on Sergeant Kennedy's party, the Kellys evaded pursuit in the mountain ranges, and now when they know it is a matter of life and death they will be still more cau- tious. Nothing has been heard today from any of the search parties that are out. When the night train arrived here from Mel- bourne, it was stated by some of the pas- sengers that a rumor was current at Sey- mour that the troopers had encountered the gang, and that two of the latter had been shot. This was all they knew, but the aut...

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