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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 29 November 1878

AiI TED, a lGood General FERV?NT.. S pply to MRS -I TLTON, Kering .'-, 3 OTICL SAliMi ERS a - TRA:FAiGAR PRIDE OF .: THEE: MURRAY 1N7 ILL Leave Echuca for Gannawarra Junc T ti.i? a ,HiunalIill, :iuid Lower ldMurray" crrs F:gt. days, le..viug punctually, cargo or no cargo. For- ratesof freight apply to 0r.Pr IN DAVIES,;- . . ... Swanri Hill, WVt GI'CULLOCII & CO, Limited, Echuca, On ? .. W. J W. PATCHELL, Kerang. I3ILLIAI DS' LLLLIARDS 13LtIAIlDS 1 Jr IK .JLTo beos to'ihtflt ot public *. f etgsa t' at-a he has taken the Kera'ig I all from .lr J..'? W.a ercer, and opened the. sanm ss a Billiard Salodn-ivith one of Alcock nud Ci.'s bI s~illid Tablesli, ind that. they. will find thore every cpmfopit and attentis. IV1\. IRWJN tND CO., GENI; L...STT:OtKfEEiERSl WINE i D SPIRIIT MERCHANTf,'.. TERRICK TERIRICK. RQBE-RT- PETTIGREW,.... SA])D'LER & S'TOF EKEEPER -CAI-nLL BTREIT, TRAVELLERS' REST SWAN .HILL BOARDING 110fSE. .I, iLAL),S and iiDS, Is: each L. ..Boardere, £1 per w...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 29 November 1878

BOOTMAKE S. ' AOOT WREHOUSE, Mitchell street, ; ndhurst. A .Large Stock of First-class &, colonial or imported. All kinds of . de and repaired to order oei the pro Sbr comp-tent workmen. Country orders -. att,.ended to. Algoods atlowest re C -TOLD 0., BILL! That's a fine pair o' SBoots you have on. Where did you get .?,? Oh. I will tell you, but do not crack lI got them from J. IH. U RE Ný IE t AN G. g is about tihe best and cheapest Bootmaker err knew! Just fancy, I only gave £2 for t riding boots, best Fench calf, and I hab e pair of elastic sides lihe me made me, fit like a 'OrTe, and only cost 1Ss. Why, he is a real I trennd to us selectors! If you want working ", go to him ? You can get a first class air of watertilghts for 16s, and as for ready- r aide boots, he almost gives them away. Youn rie him a trial, and you will be over satisfied. Repairs also cheap, puts in now elastic for 2s 61and will sell leather and uppers very cheap: Do Tomni, give him a trial. M aEDICAL....

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IMPOUNDINGS [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 29 November 1878

IMPOUNDINGS -" Ecnuci I'fmpounded' at L a ]8th. 1878, by H. Karsten. Strawberi" bull stag. chain on neckleiecet out of ear Rit near. rump and rili. -lf hotclaiiiel anid icpenoses paid, to be sold on 18th Dedember, 1878. G. Jamieson, pouzidkeeper. . Isatewoo'n.'Impou~ndd at Inglewood, by herdsmum of Inglewoo& .B.-rouer h. Couminn. White cow, slit netr e-r, blotch P off rum,, PG off rit, IWof 'houldi; "s'l~ivberry j:iull calf, progeny; brindle an? ?hite -steer, ,lit off ear, OS near r'tiipi iliite heifer cilf, MC or G offrump; brown.or. black steer.- whitd belly, BIM or G off rump; .light strawberry' heifer calf, pointu of-both ears,-MO or G off -rump; white, with a few'dark spot=, brindle head and eck'k,steer calf, Al off rump; I;y horse, small -ti;r bind feet u?white; coll.ir marked, near knee broken, old csr nletr tlhigh, F ne tr'ribs: If- not claimed and cx -efnst:s paid -to be sold on'l18th December, ,Philip Dawsin, ;poundkcepr r. t- p mip nu unded ut. Itaywood, by nary -...

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SERPENTINE. NOV. 27th. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 29 November 1878

SERPENTINE. - S-(FRO A CORRESPOitDENT.) Nov. 27th. About half-past one to-day a, bush fire broke out near the Sandhurst road, about half a. mile from the Serpentine township. Mfr Laird, manager .of the East Loddon Station, accompanied by a strong.;tiid'ivilling band of mien, suc ceeded after very great exertlon in putting.itoit before it had done much mischief. The wind was blowing strongly from the sputhl-west. About fifty or sixty. acres of grass was burnt, and part-of-an i old -log fence on the Messrs Coutts ground. The smoke was verdenfse :durifig t..t fire. We.are, I am sorry tob say, ahout to lose Host' Bailie, ofthe .Serpentine Hotel, for which miny:wtil regret his absence, as during the time he has con-" ducted that establishment., it his- b'ern' a credit to:him, ' edriaiaVin" been so well managed bietore, and his.,great hospitality will ever:be remembered by those who have'expersenced it - The farnnershere are going in heartly for strippini, their crops thiS season,the yiel...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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CRICKET. SWAN HILL v. MURRAY DOWNS. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 29 November 1878

CRICKET'. 'SwaL .HILL.I. V MU?nAY"DOWNS. A cricket match was played 'at Swan Hill,- on Friday xz5th-.inst.; betiveen the Swan Hill Cricket Club and Mur: ray Downs:Cricket Club. The weather was all that could be -desired, and" at eleven o'clock-quite a small crowd had. assembled:-The XMurray Downs captait having won the toss -eledted to -' send their opponents to- the wickets who were quickly.disposed of:for "5 runs,' mainly owing to the excellenit bowling of 'lilsley, who is a perfect iiger.- The Murray Downs then handled the wil low; but failed-to get- more than -44, or one run-less than Swan Hill.;· The bnwling of the Swan Hill captain',and' 'Tinkler being very hard to play. An adjournment to the:Bazaar. then toolc place for- lunch. ,Mrs Comb: being cateress,.and ample justice \as -done to the good things, provided -by that: lady. Upon play being resumed the. Swan Hill team- were far-more difficult to dispose of, and the.innings closed fot 85, leaving Murray Downs 87 to .win, this...

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DURHAM OX. Nov. 26, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 29 November 1878

( ra ot8.o osr aeonnasPoiTa ] , Nov. 26, 1878. It was n 'shrprise to' me that the and sale list week was a -failure, so as lots at- Durham -Ox: were 'con rned-not 'becauses there are no u'ers, but for the simple reason that ruld-be buyeis are not: disposed" to d the ee?pense and loss of time in' red (by a dixfy miles journey to the t ce of a lot or two of land. 'The nd will -have to be sold ohnthe `spot. e Oxe ians., when we take a matteF ously in hand, are wont to - ive The'severance petition -has at length und its way into the Gazette and is w fair game for the oppositionists. ether the Shire Council will- move the :matter, ian the face of suich -a mber -of petitioners, remainis to be er,. Itis iadmiitted by everyone that Se hiri is absuidly large, and if so e nl'y obiection that can be. raised a diision is with regard to the pro sed lBunds. :t is even' rumored t ifihe' lounds were altered in a: rtain .i?y ijo objection. would be isd hbythe Council: A short time ill decide the att...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 29 November 1878

" . . WANTED. .UTANTED-a Firstclass BOOTMIAKI. ?V No Boys "need' ipply. "EDWARD O'RILEY, Bootmaker, Kerag. .5679 WTANTED.: a Respectable. BOY to learn ýV lthe PRINTING TRADE. Apply at Office of this Journal. .... - - W' ANTED ".MEN for Fencing at Barr Bridge.; also iMen for Earthwork, at Mount Pyramid. - Apply to JOHN SIMS. either at Barr Bridge orMount Pyramid. 689 AUCTION NOTICES:. TRAGOWErl. FIRIDAY, 29TH NOVEMBER S1878. : .. QHADBOLT & CO wil hold their next Sale Sof Stock at Tragowel; at the yards of Mr.P. H. HB?aTSeY, Hawkinstone. Hotel, on the above date, at 12 o'clock sharp N.B.-Entries received up to 11 o'clock on day'of Sale. 6 - 76 THURSDAY, DECEMBER -ST., 1878. " By instructions from..EnwARD HoLLow.z, Eso.,.Tragowel. ETTERSHANK, EAGLEiTONE & Co, will dispose of by Publidc Auction,. - 5000. MIERINO_E0 ES,: (fiul inouthed.) ., -: 1500 WET.H RS(fill moulied),. nearly fat. The Sale:will be held at.Tragowel Drafting Yards, near Hawlkinston, mid-way between Diu...

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KERANG PETTY SESSIONS. Monday, Nov. 25. Before Messrs T. Littleton (chairman), and W. J. W. Patchell, J's.P. ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 29 November 1878

KERANG PETTY SESSIONS. r S Monday, Nov. 25. Before Messrs T. Littleton (chair~iany? and W.J. W W atcl?ell, J's.P. t G.-Allen v Scantleton, assault. "Mr t .Sullivan.appeared for;cabipliiaitdt, and l MI ,Wrixon for the defendant. i M?"r'Sullivan stated the facts' of the ' case andca!led . I G. Allen the plaintiff, who said he wasia'groom in the employ of Cobb and a Co., and has been boarding at the- de- t fendant's place five months. On the .9 morpingof thel lthinst., just as he a had changed the horses in' the downu coach defenidant came out of his . house, and without any provocation | Isaid he (witness) should not enter the house again. Defendant struck withe.s hrhen blows were interchangedand final ly be fainted~and.was picked up off'the[ t I ground by the coach-driver, who put?( him in the the coach. :-'He also re ceived a kick in the head. There were a two.or three witnesses present.. STo ?Mr Wrixon: LHe first went to li'e their on the 9th of June:. Had no previous quarrel with ...

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POCKET LIFE BUOYS. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 29 November 1878

POCKET LIFE BUOYS. On the evening of September 3, the ex cursion steamer Princess Alice, which was returning from Gravesend to London with about 800 passengers, mostly women and children, was run into by a screw cnllier and quickly sank. The collision occurred off Barking, a town on the Thames, about seven miles from London. The loss of life was terrible, the estimates ranging from 200 to 600. The captain and nearly all the crew of the Princess Alice were drowned. "There was no time to lower boats," the report runs, and "there were but few life buoys on the steamer." Hundreds of women and childrenperished in consequence. Such a disaster could scarcely occur in American waters for the want of life buoys though an occasion for testing their effi-, ciency is possible any day, among the scores of crowded excursion steamers that thyrne Lr harbors. 5 larnaZ our oservation has gone the provision of cork floats on our ex cursion and passenger steamers has been albundant and fairly accessibl...

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TERRICK TERRICK. Nov. 26, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 29 November 1878

bUS ow- COREiSPO'DENT1 N?ov. 26, 1878, Fcertbi efson of the yehi the wea Sbas been very mild during the ,eek. Yesterday we had some , preceded by a dust storm, but. .O any great extent. I have heard r, two persons talking of an earth ,hock, which is said 'to have qus t last Tuesday, but aa I, did tee it tand as others whori I' o ed did not do.so, Iwas incliined loor uon the story supdiciously. .-er"Iobserve thhat the Echuca Sbas.stated that. such a shock was l, I mention the matter. . t fery sad accident liappened on -rid-y 'lst, to a bright little ladf,about ten enr..-ld, named James Kennedy. . The boy.who. is a grandson of. Mr os-eph Ielms, got. his hind, badly ~ehed,.through thrusting it into.. a ippieng.nachiiie, while. it. was still ,?,tions,, He.'as at once taken int?o, huca,here> e it was found iieceesary.. eoanputatethe arm.n Thie operation, ,eery successfully performed bjrDr Cros'eniessisted by.Dr Croker.., The Mile suf[rer, who wa?s. doing well, ? laken .to Sandhurst ,o...

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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 29 November 1878

ONEWS AND-NOTES. On Saturday a terrible railway accident occurred at Staw ll. The following is the account given ini a telegram in Staurday's drguis:-A man named William O'Brien was killed on Saturday on the line of rail way works from Stawell to Horsham. .O'Brien was working on the ballast pity, within half a mile of Glenorehy bridge. I, is , the custom in carrying on operations' there to shunt the empty trucks into the pit when the full ones come out, and the decline is considerable, so that the trucks may-run up. to the works by their own im petus. In this case O'Brien was with the empty trucks, and it is said that in trying to put a brake down he stumbled and fell in front of the wheels, when eight trucks passed over him. The deceased's head was cut off, and his body otherwise mutilated, A contributor to the Ca-stleemainelepre I sentative writes as follows to that journal, with reference to the great evangelist and and temperance reformer now carrying on his work of reform at Sa...

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MR CHILDERS ON LIBERALISM. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 29 November 1878

MRK C1IILDERS ON LIBElIALISM. BIr Childers, M.P., recently delivered an address to the members of the Barrow-in Furness Liberal club, dwelling on the prin ciples of Liberalism, and specially on the necessity for combined action in the Liberal party. The 'very name Liberal, he said. implied that they were allowed freedom in dealing with public matters ; that they did not all exactly consider the work in the same groove-some of them going to one length, some to another. It was the very essence of their constitution as a Liberal party thatthey should be'liberal in that re spect. They should not try to tie each other down; they should attempt to bring about a general spread of progress, and im provement in the essential ideas of religious and civil liberty throughout the world. If they formed an association for the pro motion of Liberal principles-the great principles of progress-and tied down every member of the association to a particular l creed on each question which came before the...

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THE MURDERS BY THE BUSHRANGERS. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 29 November 1878

THE MURDERS BY THE BUSHRANGERS.   Nothing fresh has transpired regarding the bushrangers. The Melbourne papers on Monday were perfectly silent on the subject with the exception of the Telegraph, which writes as follows :- " There is nothing of a reliable character to record with regard to the police murderers. As showing the utter uselessness of attaching any credence to reports, it may be mentioned that an old fellow named Wilson, who has recently been liberated from Pentridge, where he had been undergoing a sentence, last Friday reported to the detectives that a female acquaintance of his had stated that she had met Edward Kelly on the Sydney road, journeying towards Melbourne on foot. According to her ac- count, Kelly, whom she knew well, was disguised, and wore a yellow wig, and was evidently making to the seaboard, with a view of taking ship. Other canards, equally devoid of truth, have also been cir- culated. Kelly has been reported during the last week as having ...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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DROWNED IN THE MURRAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 29 November 1878

DROWNED IN THE MURRAY. The coroner (Mr. R. Stricidand) on Mon- day evening held an inquest at Echuca on the body of Alexander McMeikan, who was drowned on the 20th inst. in the Murray near Gunbower. The evidence given was to the effect that the deceased, who was a storekeeper, residing at Newstead, on the 20th inst. came on board the "Agnes" steamer, trading from Echuca to the Mur- rumbidgee, at Campbell's Island, to pro- ceed to Echuca. He was sober, and about eight o'clock in the evening he fell over- board. He was rescued, and on being asked how he fell into the water, he said that he was stooping to get a drink, when he overbalanced. He was told to be more careful by the master mariner, who within five minutes heard a splash on the port side of the steamer near the paddle wheel. The steamer was at once stopped, when it was found that McMeikan was again missing. Boats were sent out, but he could not be seen. On the steamer reaching Echuca the matter was reported to the police, bu...

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MARRIAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 29 November 1878

MARRIAGE--Mr John M'Donald and Miss Campbell were united in the hap piness of wedlock at Lake Meran on Monday last. The ceremony was per formed by the Rev. Father ,leade.. :A large number of visitors were present from Kerang, and other parts of the dis trict, and a most enjoyable evening was spent, dancing being kept up till the wee small hours of the morning. Th1 ,ieutr:lian eriketers were enthusiasti-. ellfeceivel. in Sydney on a'lndap. 7».: .": :·'

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BEETHOVEN AS A MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 6 December 1878

BEETHOVEN AS A MATN In a review of a " Dictionary o0 and Musicians," by George Grove, the Pall Mall Gazctte says :-W' gard to Beethoven's personal appea read that he now and then attem? . dress in the fashion, attiring himself) stockings, a perruque, long bol i sword, a double eyeglass and a. But Beethoven was seldom so ec when he was endeavoring to lG6h other people. He never wore good. at home, and when Czerny firs upon him, his beard was near an inch long, his black hair up in a thick shock, his e filled with wool. which had rently been soaked in some low substance, and his cloth made of a loose hairy stuff, which him the look of Robinson Crusoe. who saw him for the first time, thou may have been startled by his appearance, were often charmed eager cordiality of his address, and absence of the bearishness and glom even then- were attributed to him simplicity and absence of mind were in many strange ways. IHe could made to see why his standing i ? shirt at the open window should n...

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POISONED BY A FATHER. BALLARAT, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 6 December 1878

POISONED BY A FAT B BALLAUAT, Mon The city"was thrown into a terri of exciteinent this forenoon, when reported that a lad had hern poison enquiries being made, the sad ne found to be only too true. T of the case briefly stated, are low :-A- fine young lad of years'of age named Arthur Cazea during the past few days been slig ing, and consequently had been doses of medicine. This morning peared to be considerably better, out enjoying a game of cricket with of his mates. During the game called by his father to take his is The father poured out what he sup be the medicine, and adnministered son, who drank it. Inmmediately af the father, to his horror, found that given his son a draught from the bottle, and that instead of giving medicine, he had given hinm a lar of poison. Every effort was i counteract the dose, but proved avail, as the unfortunate lad withi few minutes after taking the draught,was dead. It is undoubtedl the most terrible occurrences which taken place in this district. ...

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ATTEMPT TO MURDER A POLICE MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 6 December 1878

ATTEMPT TO MUIID)EI A POLICE MAN. About 1 oclock on .Friday in Melbourne, Constable Blrennan, who was on duty in Swanston street, found a large and dis orderly crowd of persons of both sexes as sembled at the junction of a small street known as Stuart street and A'Beckett street. Constable BJrennan, single handed, dispersed the congregation, and, in doing so, had oc casion to push aside a well known and dan gerousyoung ruffian named James Corrigan After the disturbance had been quelled, Brennan proceeded to his duty in Swanston street, and on reaching the intersection of that street and A'BLeckett street, Corriran, who had evidently been in waiting for him rushed out froma place of concealmect, and stabbed the officer in the right breast, fol lowing up his cowardly attack by again in flicting a thrust from behind under the left shoulder-blade. Yet a third stab was given by the dastardly assassin, which penetrated the left ribs of the policeman. Constable Brennan in turning upon his ...

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THE DEFAULTING SECRETARY. GEELONG, Saturday [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 6 December 1878

TIIE DEFAULTLNG SEOCIETARY. GnEiL.4', Saturday Edward Purdue, the late secretary to the free library in this town, has arrived here, and was brought up this morning on five different charges of embezzlement. His personal appearance is careworn, hag gard, and quite altered by disguises. As there was a case of forgery. discovered against him late last night, the whole of the cases were remanle I until next Saturday.

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FATAL ACCIDENT AT COSTERFIELD HEATHCOTE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 6 December 1878

FATAL ACCIDENT AT COSTERFI.ILD T IlEATIfCOTE, Saturday. The unfortunate man Shawn who was severely injured in the Alison Company's mine at Costerlield on Monday evening last through the explosion of a shot, died this forenoon, after a week of the most terrible suffering. lie was removed im mediately after the accident to the HIeath cote Hospital, where every attention has been paid to himn, but his injuries were such that his life was despaired of from the first.

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