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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS LONDON, Dec. 5 [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 13 December 1878

SEUROPEAN TELEGRAMEt Loxioa, Dec. The Duchess of Edinburgh's imms return to England is regarded as a ful sign. " A: change of Ministry has taken in Turkey. Kheridino Pasha bee Grand . Visier, Osman Pasha 3liniste War, and Catheodori Pasha, Foreig nister.: The: Caledonian B3ank is liquida Other banks are paying the deposits. The following telegram was receive Sydney, Thursday night Dec. 6 : LoNDON, I)ec. AIn immense fire is raging at Peten Virginia. A number of buildings been destroyed, including Cameron's known tobacco factory. LoIox, l])EC. SParliament was opened today by mission. The speech read from the t regretted the necessity for aumm Parliament at so early a period. hostility of the Ameer of Afghanistal obliged lHer Majesty's advisers to send an ultimatumn, which he had disrega and an expedition had been directed to the frontier into the Ameer's tern The estimates of expenditure were prepared, and after a suitable recess, ral measures of legislation would lle mitted. The Spee...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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PARLIAMENT. MELBOURNE, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 13 December 1878

P.A RL I.A ENT.~ - - o 0? - .MELBnouNsE, Friday. .At noon today Parliament was pro rogued wvith the usual ceremonies. Very little interest was taken in the event, how-. ever. The Governor having. arrived, hon.' members attended at.the bar. of the House. His Excellency said:- . Mn. PEsiDEsrn ADr I0oxon?~i, Gr.x= TLE?EIN OF TIE LEGISLATrvl. Couey CIL: Mun. SPEA.ER e AND GErrTLEXrr OF TIIE L- IGISLATIVE AssEuiBr. : It is with pleasure that I release youn from the duty of the session, w~hich; al- though somewhat less protracted than'. preceding sessions, liasstill been of such length as to enable youe to exhibitf patient assiduity and atterition to the labors of legislation. Several important measures have been passed,.which I have no doubt will add to the conitinued prosperijt of the country. I regret however, that the grave and urgent question of Constitutional Reform has not been brought to a successful issue, but I hope that next session you may be en shibled to surmount satisfactor...

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THE AFGHAN WAR. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 13 December 1878

THE AFQHANl WAR.* The following cablegram from the cor reipondent of the Argus was despatchedI from London on ThurldayS: C: General' tRoberts, who- advanced from Konat to the Peiwar Pass haia gained a grand victory over the Afghan ,forces at Peiiar,-- capturing all the enemy's guns, and inflicting on him enormous loss. The loss on the side of the Briti:sh nulmbered 100. The Age correspondent has sent the following froi London ofn the same date.] The British troops havingh-beenh rein forced ini the Peiwar Pass, the Afghans,' who had "assembled in considerable force, were attacked, and ater some ihoiurs' fight ing, were totally defeated.: : The Quettah column is advancing towards Candahar. The Afghan troops are falling back in all directions upon the approach of the British troops.::

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[?] AND SWAN HILL GAZETTE, [?] [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 13 December 1878

AND SWAN BILL GAZEFTE, I E3 Senor Pi -Margall,- ex-president of tl Spanish Council, has been arrested on charge of complicity in the recent republi can conspiracy. t The murder of a Spanish official in 36 Srocco has greatly incensed public opinio 9s which urges armed intervention, and nay preparations are ordered. The Russian Government is makit preparations for trying 340 Nihilists in prisoned at Odessa, some since 1876. Private letters report Russian cruisers ty Chinese and Japanese waters. st The English papers speak of Lord Ha is ris's cricketing team as a weak one, as be not fairly representative. - The Montreal Orange men, tried for 3d longing to an illegal society, h?ave be d , f OINTiENT.-WYe learn that Mr O'Donahoo, of the District Survey Office, has accepted an appointment under the New Zealand Governmneut-at a salary considerably over double the amount giventhim by the Victorian Government. While cog-raitulating Mr O'Donahoo on his appointment, we can scarcely.refrain fro...

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STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 13 December 1878

STOCK REPORT. Saturday's Pastoral Time, reports:-WVo have had strange woeatlir during this week-hot, thon.bloak windi and deligltfully pleasant, al though not sasonahle. In stock imoremelunt we hoar that 102 lhtd of prime fat cattlo have started front the late Mr Darchy's Oxley sla tion,Lnachlan-river; they will truck at Danili quin onTuesday, 17th instant, and ar con signd 'to R. bibson and Co., Melbourne. 6000 owes and wethers from Willandra, travel S lin south, will cross horo on Sundy ; they aro ino1. mn?eigne:i o ree. Hudson, and REynor. The Icecnsiýt'pereported for next week aro-Monday 1 t. -il A ' sheep, Hervey's, to R. Gibson and .-7'13 trucks do., R. Patterson'a, to Etter '?r. EBglestono and 3Mtu; 1 truck do., .r Ph'l Dal. Oanmpbell, IIopbur, and Co.; 'and to., Darlot's,to G. Howat. TuCeiday S-- Vfleo, feroy'es, to B. Gibs aon1 n 'D1R. W1 -U Mrs Jeffreys, to Dal. Catup IURIGEON &c .of Loa truek do., Arthur's, to G. S.dof Ballarat "'emporar) AUr Rl-trick, - Chemist, ...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. Melbourne, 6.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 13 December 1878

LATEST INTELLIGENCE, - 3Y ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. [FROIn OUR OWN CORRESPONDET Melbourne,, 6.30 p.m. The cricket match between: the Aus tralian Eleven and the fifteen of Victoria was commenced- to-day. -The fifteen went in first, and scored 172 runs. The Australian Eleven made' 39 with wicket down, namely C. Bannerman for 4 runs. Hor.ii and A. Bannerm?na were in when the stumps were drawn, and seemed well set. It is therefore very probable that the large score made by the Fifteen may e erecded biy. eleue staltho h they are playing under disadvantage of a new manin the teamn, namely Goldsmnith in place of Bailey, who broke his arm in .,Sydney. The cricket match between Lord Harris' English Eleven and of South 18 Australiawasalsobegun in Adelaide. The S~ighteen went in first and made 110. Ulyett and Lucas then went in for Eng Jand. Ulyett was put outfor one, and Lucas for 12. The scores stands at 32 w ith two wickets down. The following are the names of the new Ministry for Neir South Wale...

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[?]DHURST CATTLE MARKET. Tuesday, 10th December. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 13 December 1878

- . DHURST CATTLE MARKET. Tuesday, 10th December. eusee ", J . Walker and Co. report: - afOattle.-We quote good quality bullocks .6"to £8, medium to £5 15s, inferior to £4, food cows £5 to £6 10s, medium to £4 10s. 'Wo sold 155 at quotations. Fat Sheep.-- ast trethers in brought 10, medium to good qua -lity sold at from 7s to 0, best owes in made " 83 to Os 6d, medium and good sold to Ts 6d. We sold400 at quotations. FntLamnbs.-We sold 274 at 7s Gd for good quality, and Os 3d to 64 6id for medium. Messrs Ettershank, E?glestone, and Co. re port :--Cattle.-We have sold 175 head, bul locks to £6 12s 6?, cows to £'5. Calves.--In ferior quality were disposed of at store rates. Fat Sheep.-Our sales consisted of 635, wethers to 83 3d, owes to 83. Fat Lambs.-Our sales were from 6s to 8s 6d. Messrs L. MLacphorson and 0C. report :--Fat Oattle.-Our sales are 42 head, steers to £5, cows to £4. Fat Clve.--Our sales are 10 head to 35s. Sheep.-Beat wethers sold to 10s. Oursires Jrewotherso7sOd. La...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 13 December 1878

PROFESSIONAL,.: : R H. WRIXO:N, SOLICITOR, &c., OF TIIE'. " .J SUPREHME COURTS OF VIOCTORIA AND hNEW SOUTH WALES (Sore.IrroCn F TI u SWA?X TILL Slunre Couxcm.), and a COM?3IISSIONER of theSUPREMB COURTS Of Victoria, South Australia, & New Zenand, for Taking Afllidavit, &c. OFFICE--PALL MALL, SANDHIURST. Instructionlscan bo left with Mr. OC.E. Al brecht, Kerang. IR R. J. P. SULLIVAN SOLICITOR, KERANG, NexT N.Rtosv.i RAn, xVcroarA' SrrEEr. MRS A. SHELLEY, PUPIL OF MR BUDDEE, BEGS to announceo that shegires instruction. on the Pianoforte, at. her residence, "e rang. Terms moderate. TRADE ADDRESSES. W, TAYLOR & CO., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS, TEA DEALERS, AND SEEDS31EN,, 1'A.LL -MALL SA.NDIURST. W AN2' ED KN OWN GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES. Pianos, Organs, &c The cheapest house in Sandhurst for cash. TERMS-ON TIME PA-IENT, : WEEKLY Pianos, 6s; Organs, 4s; Sewing Machines;2s 6d NO SECURITY REQUIRED. No matter where you lire, we will supply you. TU...

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THE KELLYS. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 13 December 1878

THE liELLYs.-It will be Seen by a report elsewhere that these notorious 1 iAepuisharvecometotheforeagain,andpaid " uroa a visit on Tuesday last, a small -?ip a few "miles from Mansfield. Dietrise coolest manner imaginable they the National Bank, and pro -cell,0 o'~ ff the mans . ';.-ý.ý5sm bee sold rtber wrwue - best peas brough ..bost th. er8 were a. :e& V6 Fthe gang until nearly mid might, when the Kellys came round again, and liberated them. Euroa is on the .North-eastern line of railway, about 102 oniles from Melbourne, and possesses but very little police protection. IT is notified in last Friday's Gadl/e that the Governor, with the advice of .the Executive Council, has been pleased :to appoint M[r HI. Wrixon, of Sandhurst, ,eolicitor, &c., a perpetual commissioner ,under the Transfer of Land Statute, to -take the .acknowledgments of mairied j .women, 'and to attest the execution of .instruments under that statute. A POST-OFFICE will shortly be opened :at the re...

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SELECTED POETRY. FORGET NOT THE OLD FOLKS AT HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 13 December 1878

SELECTED POETRY.: -0 FORGET NOT THE OLD FOLKS AT HOME. --- -- Afar from the scenes your young hearts lov'd, Afar from the homesteads shade, O active young women and busy men, Your toiling feet have strayed ; But whether you strive in the public mart, Or by firesides of your own, O never forget the home of your youth, And the couple who wait alone. Their cups are not brimming o'er with joys, Their hands are not full of flowers, They live in life's silvering autumn years They dwell in life's solemn hours, When together they struggled up life's fair hill Child-voices made music sweet In their happy home, while their hearts kept time, To the patter of little feet. But now adown the shadowy side, They wearily move, and slow ; And their eyes grow dim when,with falter ing tones, They speak of the " long ago" They gave their youth, they gave their strength, That their children might attain To station, or wealth, or heights of fame That never were hearts to gain. And now by the lonely hearth...

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EAVES-DROPPING. TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERANG TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 13 December 1878

EAYVES-DROPPING. To THE EDrrOR OF THE KERASO TIMES. SIR,-A correspondent of the East Char/on Tribune who styles himself " Glaucus," appears to indulge in this destestable practice rather exterisively but unlike other mean kindred spirit: who have generally the good sense to keep to themselves what they hear, he on the contrary invites the public to: partieipate in his spoils. We were not previously aware that, humanity could sink so low, or become so per verted in its ideas of right and wrong, is actually to hold itself up to public ridicule by telling its own baseness. However, it is a satisfaction to know rom his own pen that he .has not a ate with which honest men generally .ish his class to meet, for on each oc casion he seems to have heard no good of himself, or no good of someone in vhum ho was interested. In one in stance he hears himself run down by a gentleman to a lady who .takes. his jart, and the gentleman who is getting the worst of, as a last argument against him, says...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 13 December 1878

IMPOUNDINGS Ecncc.--Impounded at Echuca Pound,by FP. Callaghan.- Notice sent to owner.' Black and white bullock, JC near rump. On 2nd December, by J. McIntosh.-Trespass Id each.-Bay "horse, dock 4til, few grey hairs in forehead, white spots on back, near fore and bind foot white, H P near shoulder, Soff rump; bay mare, running star. saddle and collar marked, scum on near eye, near. hind foot white, like a over RB- ear shoulder, scar offribs. If not claimed and expenses paid, to be sold on 9th Januaryp 1879,- Geo. Jamieson, poundkeeper. IRA~woo.- Impounded at Raywood by the herdsman. -24 sheep and lambs, variousn ear marks, several braLded like UD conjoin ed on back, one branded heart over 4.'on back, there mtay lie other brands. If not claimed and expenses paid to be sold on 1st January, 1879. J. F. Willoughby, pound ?eeper. WANTED. X'ANTED, a Good General. SERVANT. Apply to MRS LITTLETON, Kerang. ~WANTED a Respectable BOY to learn the PRINTING TRADE. 'Apply at Office of this Journa...

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TERRICK TERRICK. Dec. 10, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 13 December 1878

TERRICK TERR ICK. [rFax OUR OWN conlsSroENSDT] Dec. Jo. 1878. My budget of news this week is of a very meagre character, and those of your readers who have relatives resid ing here,- or otherwise interesting in this place' will pity thle poor scribe,who periodically has to undergo acute men tal 'tonnents,arising from the monotony of life here, and the self imposed ne cessity of collecting items of interest in sucl a quiet community. We cannot even pretend to have the latest authen tic information of the movements of the Kellys, and although any informa tion I could ccncoct would have as much truth as the numberless unfound ed reports which fill the newspapers, yet the iitter'improbability of their be. ing.in this district would brand at once any statements'as mendacious,deprived of this resource what is one to do. The prayers of the pious are requested for a:poor correspondent who is debar ed by his .unfortunate circumstange from lying about the Kellys. The Christmas holidays are ap...

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EAST LODDON SHIRE COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 13 December 1878

EAST LODDON SHIRE     COUNCIL The ordinary monthly meeting was held at the Shire Hall, Serpentine, on the 23rd ult., (the report of which was unavoidably excluded frorm our last publication.) Pre- sent - Crs. D. Coutts (president), Laird, Hardy, Edwick, Pentreath, Lethlean and Potter. Letters were read :- From Echuca Chamber of Commerce, re reduction in freight of grain on Govern- ment railways ; received. From Deaf and Dumb Institution, re- questing a donation ; £2 2s were voted on the motion of Cr. Lethlean. From the Secretary of the Eaglehawk and Swan Hill Railway League, returning thanks for donation of £7 10s, and asking for a further donation of £10. After a short discussion, the request was postponed until January next.     From R. Savage, re throwing open land for selection in the parish of Jarklan, and forwarding petition from inhabitants in sup- port ; no objection made. Several letters of no public importance were likewi...

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MEDDLESOME INTERFERENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 13 December 1878

MEDDLESOME INTERFERENCE.   In our last issue we, remarked that a mail service was to be established be tween Kerang and Koondrook. Situ ated as the latter place is on the River Murray, and destined to become a place of great importance, whether by the transhipment of produce riverwards, or as a crossing place between the two colonies, the desirability of a speedy and direct postal communication with Kerang is apparent. This may be more readily realised when mention is made that the only flour mill in the district, and the nearest saw-mills, are situated at Koondrook. The depart ment were so convinced of this that tenders for the conveyance of the mail between the two places have been called for, and this step has been hailed with satisfaction by all concerned. We use the words all concerned advisedly, though an individual not concerned, it appears, has taken what action that lay in his power to prevent the mail running through to Kerang. The individual we allude to is a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 20 December 1878

of \ýlrgus, regret to notice the death .Iiro z5a Clarke, the relict of the late the on. ~. Clarke, and the mother of u Ire t. hJ. Clarno. The event oc caurr at the 'idence of the deceased lady, a &et Meltourne The wreck of t l?} h onF Te- eck of Ann Gambles has gone U.0 ?eoes. The contractor's ongine and 0 c.0 on board. A lot of iron carmo with I cen g ius likely to be recoverable,but at t th6e Colac police court laet week, be . -ifMr rTeron. P.M., and six maristrateo, n. ?RkWilon Bird was charred with throw ing hileIf out of a train whilst in motion between 'slae and Birregurra, on the night of the 27 a" Inspector Burton prosecut ~ The tvci~ was of a very conclusive chaleater, tanO ved that the act had been Scontempl defendant said to some mone at 13tRu f?, rm that he wished ak a.. . r m 'an believe that he ter Ce' xpbresiO did not really in Ko. raeprs-'- - i intention f &dae o ns fz Q. r r dnd im r 81.( r cfri gin to Dr?" ? t.%i trucks do., A . .7U Eo, ,ofLoa. S.df...

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IMPOUNDINGS [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 20 December 1878

Ecrn&.-Impoandwf a Echa p PaarclthF ' F. Catlan. - ticstr~n riptnwn r aJd white im'rk rk- Jd'near dsp s ui rd k by 7 "ier 1~ . He~ntrb.-l"p s2 : rump: barmare, r nir j 6ý erolL". marked c ,:um adze a ~hnd foot white l ike v n -.,; e., rrr h ind scar nri b<_ If ticts I :'md stracplles fh d io JIotc: goldon Scr : c theda an Impoundedtfl i at r z ear mark, seres~ bribded rike UL) ed on hacek one brand heart -xi, theree Le other Fin; claied anti expenses paid t JsnryM IS79. J_ prud ?· ZLeeso ._ F. wrn i'ý izt 3 1oh pad ~;,! ,of doý- ;=txTF: u.1C ýc 'a o ; bO `ýe1ýe IýRp u9'~~O `olly~v a -rYn5ý`zlt= ý0ý1ý1 en ybp' uh

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OD RABBIT IT"—ANCIENT E[?]ACULATION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERANG TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 20 December 1878

' OD RABBIT IT"-Asctrus ErcracLtrros.. To roe EDrroa or aGE KeAusG T°rts. Sa,--' "r race is of course hostile to all sorts of underground workin?s, whether rabbit burrow, or municipal borough, be the habitat of the worker. 'Tru-. we hare no objrction to 0. o to earth'" when our keen sense of smell assurts us that a god, tat bunny is a: Loem nor shall we retuse to enter even the most odorous of municipal drains for the purpose of scratchine- the back of an abuse until it shall be compelled, as we ferrets say of our furry victims, to" b,;It ' and face, not the gun, the terrier, or the puree-net all deadly ecendes of the cuincu line tribe, Lbu that moet deadly form of -abuse and corruption-the mere ligl.t tf day. The most upriht and well me:aing of men are not exemlt from the weakn sses of hu.:.acity, nor proof to the insidluous attacks :f - ?:.T..ca,:i.. mot n-:! _:b" . of ell even e:," t.gt-s mi '.t', 1::"? -::*f T ,- :,: tre simsoP-trioSa.a, if .ou Like i: ever .e ign. red or for_, ...

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SELECTED POETRY. YE PAINTER MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 20 December 1878

SELECTED POETRY. o YEPAINTER MATN. SYe painter man went out one.day, , And-he was quite a joker, For when he found his girl asleep He painted her with ochre. Whereat she blew him up until He wiser was and sadder, For, though socahim when she lay down, She couldn't have rose madder. "To wake folks with a warhoop so -What can be more ill-bred ? Sooner than marry you, you know I'd take some Indian red." " Oh, verv well," he answered back, "Your own way you will take ; Wed, if you like an ivory black, For me your heart will lake. " Beyond the sea my heart will soon Find out some other queen ; You'll not sienna fun in that When I'm ultramarine."

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 20 December 1878

The following information is taken from last weeT's Gazdele: Applications for licenses approved: TV. Garden, 320s, Gunbower; T. F. Glynn, 3 9a, unnamed ; Mary A. Leach, 320a, 3uarrabit; H. Lewrers, 320a, Mur rab'it: E. Lona, 320x, Korrak Korrak; Eliz. Martin, 320a, Korrak Korraik; Anna 31. ohan, 260a, Eenjeroop; D. Scala. 117a. Dartagook; T. F. Glynn, 36a, unnamed; Ellen Uorner, 320, Kor rak Korrak; IL Wie.3iSa, Ganrsawarra; Mary 3cPheron, 230a, Ga warrarra; 196a, Loddon; Christina Wobor, 29Q?0ao -r I - o r? 0t ras=g; R-., 15 Mor - E. Tate, I G6a, 3feran Tate 130x, Meran ; 3a J: Harrington0, Tate JeI y ;I. Ra, 120a, Qua'nbatook 2ar J. Murplty, 320, 1 3er an J. Dwyer>, :2, Poort ; T. Radcli.' I,0a, Mieran; .S fi'lie, -Os e~kr . Johnon, 22 re, Lod . e_ or: oeIL b120a. Keran ;L flimb; E. Joanm 320x, Oredwrin Ja Pethi ,roe MIacorno: J. Eg~ti,i{, Jet 3x ýlppfizt ~tf or Jerua Ao~hca!mi~ for grant atpro1ed= C Bcgronan, toort 3-Va. App1hatione fur leacs pnruI, d -J Font:, Gnn,,i;eS 315; ...

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