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DEATH OF PRINCESS ALICE [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 20 December 1878

DEATH OF PRINCESS ALICE' The death of the Princess Alice of England, the second daughter of her Ma jesty, is announced,we regret to chronicleo. The princess was born in 1843. and was scarcely nineteen years of ago when Prince Louis of Iesse-Darmstadt became her hus-` band. The marriage took place very quietly at Osborne, in the Isle of Wight, where the queen was spending the early months of her first great bereavement, and shortly after Princess Alice left England for the Continent, from whence she has only returned at intervals of some length. To the British nation the name of this princess was associated with everything tender anl true. The unwearied way in which she nursed her father, the late Prince Consort, during his fatal illness at Windsor, when many far older than her self were prostrate with grief, first brought her unobtrusive gentleness into prominen." She was the favorite daughter of the I family, and her's was the hand that cla 0 her father's eyes; then, and not till t...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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DEPUTATIONS. SEVERANCE OF SWAN HILL SHIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 20 December 1878

DEi %PU ATIO O S. S(ar oUP sECLAL-drEPORER.) SEVERANCE OP SWAN nrILL ShIRE. On Wednesday morning, the presi dent, (Cr. Irwin), and CrT. Langdon, Kelly, Kirwin and secretaiy, (31r Albrecht) from the Shire Council, were introduced by Messrs T. Moore and J. J. Casey, M's.L.A, to the Minister of Works, .ier Patterson, for the purpose of opposing the severence of the Shire, at 'the south end, or Durham Ox side of the shire. The President having introduced the matter, called on Mr Albrecht, who placed the maps and plans of that por tion of the shire before the31inister. He warmly vested his objections to the formattion of a New .Shire on ther` grounds of the undersigned nature of the gazette proclamation, and conse quently the ratepayers on the supposed boundaries, had not a fair opportunity of getting up a counter petition. The Government Gazette notice and place were all discussed at length. .Mr Patterson considered that the boundaries of the new shire, were sufli cicntly well defined, ...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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CORRESPONDENCE. WATER! WATER EVERYWHERE! TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERANG TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 20 December 1878

CORRESPONDENCE. WATER! WATERl EVERYWHERE! To TI E?ezrroa o rsit IE?EssJ TrrEs. n, --?err mirt me, tl;rough your irde?e, dent anrd impart:il c umnis to apologize to ex-councillor Hulkes for placing Lie apei?a? war-cry at theheadofthis note. I hope~ by doing so to attract the attention of those who approve of the action which Mr Hulkes imitiarted, andlstill, I hope will carry on in the Shire. 3Iv object at present, however,.is to strengthen the hands of that gentlemen, and a:so to draw the attention of councilsor- and their employers the rate pares to a quiet moyiment which bids fair to result in the alienation of one of the so-called dry lakes near Kerang. At the last meeting of couan cil a letter was read from Aneou Kennedy. Kerang, askinh the council to withdraw op position to his daughter selecting a dry lake reserve. Cr Kirwan moved tha: the applic. tirn be rein?ed. Cr. LanEdon moved an amendment that a committee be apointid to inquire into the matter- teconded by Coun cillor Bar...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. LONDON, Dec. 11. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 20 December 1878

EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS, (moot Tn.E AnoUs consroESPONDNT.) LONDON, Dec. 11. It is runioured that Mr Pope Hennes the Governor of Ilong Kong, has bee appointed Governor of New South Wale The wreck of the San Juan in th Channel by collision with a steamer re ported on the 9th inst., is doubted. Lo.vno.., Dec. 13. The Riev Robert Ilodgson succeeds the Right Rev. Dr. Tyrell as Bishop of New castle, N.S.W. The money market is stringent. Th bank minimum is unchanged. Discoun rates in the open market are equal to th Bank minimum. The Bank reserve is sufferedseverely by repeated withdrawals o gold for country banks. The bank reserv is now at £9,750,000. Jarge arrivals of gold have taken place from Pa:,'?_` there is a calmer feeling. The t, kets are agitated by bank failures.' on-i solsare quoted at 94. The market for Australian securities is weak and unsettled. There is no abatement in the spirit previously reported in the wool sales, and prices have recovered the temporary re. lapse previously r...

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SANDHURST CATTLE MARKET. Tuesday, 17th December. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 20 December 1878

SANDIIURST CATTLE MARKET. Tueday, 17th Tecember. 3Messrs 3. O.- Walker and Co. report: -Fat Cattle.-We quote best bullo:ke £7 to £8, medium to good to 6£ 10s, best cows £6 to £6 10s, a few extra prime brnuzht higher rates, medium cows £3 15s to £4 15s. We esold 76 at quotations. Fat ~lhep.-Wo quote good wnehers 8s to 9s, medium to 7s 63, in ferior to 5s, good ewes 7s to 83, medium to 6s 6d, infeorior to 4s 3d. We have sold 1170 at market rates. Fat Lambs.-Good made 7s 6:1 to 8,, medium to ti, and inferior 4s. We sold 76 from tle neighborhood at quotations. Messrs Ettershank, Eaglehtone, and Co. re port:-Fat Cattlo.-Best pens of bullocks soll from £8 to £7. others from £4, cows from £3 10s to £5. We have sold 109 heal, bullocks to £7. cows to £5 10. Fat Calves.-We have sold 35 from 25s to £2 10s. Fat ShPep.-We have sold 3525 weth-rs and on-es at quotations. which are-wethers to Os 6d, owes to 7s 61. Fat Lamb..--Blst quality was? eqqmal to last week. bu' inferior d.scriotions w-on low...

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

NOTICES. NOTICE OF DISSOLUTIO N OF I PARTNERSHIP. rf?ij Partireneh bet?vee- tie rcal-rsisnedl 1 :. ss:ter? 'r?,er:tbc tram of fIOLLO W AY. SEWAID. & COQ, was this day dig s tled by murtal consent. Thie business will be c,rried on b 3ae-sos Hlloway and Seward who will receive and pay all debts due, and by the -aid firm. Dated thri finl day of January, ISTS. ) EO. HOLLOWA.Y SignJ, GEU. SEWA RD. JOHN TAN?A?iD. The stvte or nameof the firm will not he altered, viz. HOLLOWAY, SE WARD, & CO. 630. FOR SALE CHEAP. -E Three HKnif ChaffCuntter, two horse I power by Euncle, all in good order. Apply to John McLeod, Swan Hilt road, five miles siuth of Durham Os. t3.L PARIS EXHIBITION 188., a'E ONLY GRAND PRIZE (A Minch I iher hward than the Gol -4edal) has been awarded WHEELER & WILSON'S i Few Doulle Power SEWING M3AChENES, For their Superiortv ovrer Eighty Competi tors. Tis Brlrrlianf Triumplt Confirms the VeXrdict of tihe A-e ican In.titnre.the Igihest antho:ity. that t...

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DURHAM OX. DEC 17, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 20 December 1878

DUREHAM OX 1 -- = _ au oirt aws.case-o-Br,-1 DEc- r~, ,d7S. It is impossible to state with cer tainty what the average yield of- grain will be in this neighbourhood, but many having used the stripper, and a goodly number having threshed, there is suficient information to hand to venture an opinion. During the week two extreme cases have been mentioned to me--one in which from 20 acres, the miserable result of nine bags were ob tained, barely enough to pay for strip ping an i winnowing; the other (the highest I have heard of) was a yield of 20 bushels to the acre. The general report so far is of from 10 to 14 bushels, so that -it may be expected that the average will be about 12 bushels, being better than was expected by many. This does not take into ac count the large area of late sown crops, which are absolutelv'worthless. People will talk, and I see no valid reason why they should not, but it is an interesting study to note the con versati nal hobbies of different indi viduals. Th...

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LICENSING BENCH. TUESDAY, 17TH. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 20 December 1878

;.| tItC^S BENCH. cC~-- T ac- , ItTnI. .. rebster, P1., toot his seat on -- h', and inorned those present :' ?s to the absence of the . . ,ti;uces of the Peace, the Li *our woul'd lapse, he was .- to gr;at an adjournment, as Sot o1en the court. All li S -ivere d to be renewed - a- the ead of the year. The - w in was a curious ie:l e'whicL the law never con t;" as no provision was made ,g- it-e?'r ;ch emergencies. He had ; to 1'he-ar applications under '";i t'ction of the Act of the :' '- ' of Petty se.ioan-. e T', cour of Petty Scs ions was !a'tlred ope-) S. 1- ilson applied for a license a house situated at Koondrook. Se beeh3 could not entertain the ap :io,- as it was not within the r dsar proclaimed a licensing area. . ,benhifurther added the only war eould see out of the difficulty, was a? e "e whole district proclaimed i r' tie 44th section, or else the Sia districS in two years would be I &of -ly-rs0g shops S h. 'hao s applied for a license for JL- ,, saat-ed at the to...

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THE GREY MAKE THE BETTER HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 20 December 1878

THE yR.r.,rjTnýBr Hoes- · wan 3 to End out i4o fe tie mZ etr o1 thr ,lo~le," afid the lon w?,h :h.Ik00) under iij ntrm to the- rineea-yI,,rrg wcoman '?ith pointed nose mcoý aery rd a " Sr"aid Ee with nar is akim tr around into the hacl -a, L n r I thanked deaco0 lJu ii fild there fin* u &, .grape.riour. and he'11 tell yoa if I d,n I.on thi. I:oUse he dA'? Lr.ot , dof I oaw, What tio you want w;thl± ' L

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TERRICK TERRICK. Dec. 17, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 20 December 1878

TERIC-u TERRICK. £ca c w car ccac secarn - Dec. 17, 1878. si wDc3:LIeacher during the past week C - een of a very changeable charac -?:= Last Saturday and Sunday were Shot, and during Sunday night wea h 1 a.-i paoing thunder storm, but very ' : rain fell. Yesterday and to-day : eat her is very; cool and pleasant. a ve not heard of a single occur -" . worthy of being noted. We t be living in the milleunium, cur a a.s been so calmn and unrufied. t : are still busy with the harvet, C ! i king, forwarl to tue advent oft :ri?rttm, with anticiptiions of a little . trv mnakin. and jollity. how diff i?- everVthing connected wih 'm.as in.fliis hem:nisphere, to what in E"nF?u?nd~. There, it is a se-son n wintr .is in the midst of its mannical reign )uome tic happiness I -contrasted with the cold of the snow _tor:n without. Vi andering tramps --e f,und buried in snow drif.s, while t~h blazing fire and closelv shut doors 1 ;d windowve, give warmth and comfort , to the dwellers within l iserv an...

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

'SFPCIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. THE NATIONAL BANK OF AUDTRALASIA. A; BRACH of thdi BANIK is roc opened -. .tF&. at K-g,,fur",TBe.tranrnatiowof odi Sxfia-biainkig buo s;uidrerthe iiiaignngemohitt -. ot}Ir J. rues Cdrr yor dibofr tir Boar' of Directors, Chief Kannger. I. cad 7f~err Beoieurnee 7%b Aurst. ]S77. TI.E SANKOPF cTroRI~t. tfI.RAXCEIoeI1!hi B ''K has b'ou opened '`. nt Xcnug. for general baknkn busiurio.s I. etrc ta anlood ou-depo-its. :1)zafto eaaed on all peats of tlienrrorld. ;-Ii~BK-R'.~7g FlCIANCI Acting Mnnaege i..c' of Victoria, - Kernnga 2irt Septelnebr, 1875. MIR I11 '\\R.IXON, SOLICITOiR Ac., FANDIII.ST, ~17ILL attaud regularly at the Kerang P, lice Court, on the first Court Dar inv etcrVmoutht. 5870 i. URItEON,& c,. ofLton?.. S.of Ballarnt .iempoT'aT .r" l'-.trickks,. Chemist, Keranf - jn tbel E-lve; and afqer'sic- S..VacinatioU Tudsday and. Frida, ^ Sent in an Envelope, Secure fron servtion-.jPrice, Is Stamps r ,IIF BOTXNIC TREATIEND T FOI -. NEt,.OUS DIS...

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

PROFESSIONAL. I H.I L W RI XON, SOLICITOR, &c., OF THE CUPREME COURTS OF V10TORIA AND 7 NEW SOUTH WALES (SOLICITOR FOR 'TlE SWASN HLL SuIRE CouciL), and a - CO3IfMISSIONER of theSUPREJMB COURTS Of Victoria, South Australia, & New Zealand, for Taking Affidavits, &e. OFFICE-PALL MALL, SANDHURST. Instructions can be left with Mr. C.. Al-' brecht, Kerang. \ljR R. J. P. SULLIVAN, SOLICITOR, KERANG, NE-T ?trIOsNA BA.tS, VICTORIA STREET. MRS A. SHELLEY, PUPIL OF MR 'BUDDfEE, BEGS to announce that shogives instruction on the Pianoforte, at her residence, Kse rang. Terms moderate. TRADE ADDRESSES. W, TAYLOR & CO., ?VtOLseSALE AND RIETAIL GROCERS, TEA DEALERS, AND SEEDSMEN, PALL MALL SANDuSntsRT. AN T ED KNOWN GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES. Pianos, Organs, &c. The cheapest house in Sandhurat for cash. TERMS-ON TIME PAYMENT, WEEKLY- Pianos, 6s; Organs, 4s; Sewing Machines, 2s 6d NO SECURITY REQUIRED. No matter where you live, we will supply you. TUNING AND R...

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CROWDED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 20 December 1878

CuLowDED ouvt.--Report of Ltca Land Board and other matter. McLBOUvcr: PuNcts:.-Copies of this -almanac for 1S79 can now be obtained at. this office , price sixpence. LAND CoasMssio.S.--This commission commenced its sittings at the Shire Hall yesterday, and sat for seven hours. A :fidl report of the day's proceedings will be found elsewhere. DELCAvTE QOESTIONs.--IIn asking the usual formal question, at the Local Land Board, on Wednesday last, their infap proriatness is sometimes amusing. In dealing with a young lady's app!ication, at the last. Board, tie .chlrirl. u, too polite to address thela:idy by hir. chrisL ian liame, put the question, "Miss--, are you a married woman," a titter ran through the room, and a deep.blush on the young ladie cheeck, reminded the chairman tl-a: he had made a tbslrn licpgue . Another question, had it been asked 'oduside the court, might have ended in unpleasant results. A lady was the applicant in this case, but being absent,was represented by someone...

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The Kerang Times AND SWAN HILL GAZETTE. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. [?]ERANG, DECEMBER 20, 1878. THE LATE LICENSING MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 20 December 1878

AXD Sw~A HILL GAZETTE. rP.LISU2D WZEKLY. ... .ERANG, DUZCE. BER 20o, z78. THE LATE LICENSING MEETING. :A considerable amiount of annoyance v asexperiencedat thecourt onTuesday, when. the police magistrate informed those who were present to apply for the :-newal of their licences, that the meet wng would lapse owing to their being no Squorum on the bench. He said'urther that he lad in company with.-a solici :tor then in the court, gone carefully Sever the act, and co-:ld not find any pro x:sion' whereby the police.magistrate blone was empowered to carry on'the b.usiness of the court. Being unable to open the court,he could not adjourn it. The pos-'oin of all the hotel.keepers ia the district is an unpleasant one. At the termination ol the present year, iteir licenses will.cease to have effect, fCr the selling of any spirituous " . on and after the st proximo, l e to'be. po-nced on by . y ?" t-'an. charged with sly ' is state of affairs w's , : Q1. ' non-attendance Ses who were ap -'....

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SPECIAL LAND BOARD. THURSDAY, 14th DECEMBER. (Before Messrs A. Black, chairman, J. Nixon, and T. W. Pinneger.) [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 20 December 1878

SPECIAL LAND BOARD. T:rru~SIA, 14th DLCEM.11Ert?' (Before Mlessrs A. Black, chiirman, J. -1 Nixoni' and T. W. Pinneger.) - This board: was to enquire into the bona.,fides' of--J. Evans, D.LCameron, T.F ield, ,.V :Garland, G. C. Roberts; E 1). Rhodes, Susan Fitxpatrick, H. Reinklers, I. E. C. Reaper, D. Fitz patrick, E. lloulton, W. Cunningham, and V. J. Price... Mr Smythe instructed by.hMr Moore;` pf the Crown Lands Office, conducted the examination..-: ............... -The chairman opened the proceed ings by reading the proclaimaton. On defendants being callediall answered to their.names, except Field, who was represented by Mr Wrixon. Tlhe case. of Evans was the.first one dealt with. Dr Madden instructed by Mr Sul livan, appeared fur Evans, and wished to know under what jurisdiction the board sat. Mr Smythe said it was premature to object is the board, was simply one of inquiry and to submit the evidence to the Minister. The same objections had been raised against other boards, bu...

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THE BUSHRANGERS. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 20 December 1878

THE BUSHRANGERS.   As yet the Kelly gang, who are now known to be hiding somewhere in the ranges between Euroa and Mansfield, remain un- captured. Throughout that district yes- terday evening, there were rumours to the effect that the bushrangers had been shot down, and that a number of policemen had lost their lives in the encounter, but the statements were entirely without foun- dation. Several rumours were current also at a late hour last night about the near proximity of the Kellys and their mates to Alexandra, but not much reliance can be placed on the reports, though it is not at all unlikely they will pay a visit to that district very shortly. It was reported that they were seen about 15 miles from that township on Wednesday, and a man was stuck up by them, but the report at pre- sent cannot be relied on, at least till fuller particulars come to hand. The authorities of the National Bank have ascertained that the Kelly gang suc- ceeded in plundering the Euroa bra...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. SANDHURST, DEC. 19th. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 20 December 1878

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH 'so FRO OUIt OWS CHJ1LEivONDDNTS j S SaDHnST, DEC . 19th. Francis Day, legal manager; died in Melbourne yesterday, his remains were brotigh to Sanilhurst to day; andi interk red in the Back Creek. cemetary. A trial of safety cages is being held, Sandhurst, the result is not satisfactory to the inventor=. : 'Tie "Australiai :Eleven are playing twenty-two.- of- Ballarat .-The eleven are out for 124, the Ballarat team four teen wickets down for ninety-two. --..The-Banquet--to Mr Berryin-Mel- bourne to-morrow night is likely to be a grand success, .more than a thousand tickets have already been disposed of. i A Gazetteextraordiniary,bordered with black, was issued, announcing:that in consequence of I'rincess Alice'sdeath, that Sunday next be observed-as age neral mourning' in Victoria, and that all officers -of the Government, and all Her Majesty's subjects be 'invited to wear mourning, in token of sympathy with the Queen, and that flags on all...

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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 27 December 1878

NEWS AND NOTES. St. Jerome mentions a widow that lmar ried a twenty-third husband, who in his turn had been married to twenty wives surely an experienced couple! .1 woman named Elizabeth Mazi, who died at Ilor ence. in 170S, had bheu married to seven husbands, all of whom she outlired. She espoused the last at the mature age of seventy. When on her death bed she re called the good aud, bad points in each of her -husbands, and having impatiently wgighed them in the balance, she singled her fifth spouse as her favourite, and de sired that her remains might he interro1 near his. The death of a soldier is recorded in- '1784, who had five wives; and his widow, aged ninety, wept over the grave of Iher fourth husband. The writer of these facts naively added, "The said soldier was much attached to the marriage state;": There is an account of a gentleman who lived one hundred and fifteen years. When he died he left twenty-three "children" alive and well, some of the children being from three...

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THE HERALD OFFICE DESTROYED BY FIRE. MELBOURNE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 27 December 1878

THE HERA TD. OFFICE DE' STROYED BY FIRE. ". lM Lrn-or i. .aturdry. . The Ise.al. ofiice was burnt to the groind this morning.: The whole of the machinery was entirely destroyed, the bookls were saved in safes; The insur ance amounts to £4200. ,Nearly forty bales of paper have also bee tldestroyed. T'he origin of the fire is at p??esnt tln known. The destruction of the machinery has caused much inconvenience. The Arqus and the Age at once offered every assistance with their machinery, and tha paper ?ame out in the evening as usual. It is to he printed on the Argus machine which is exarctly similar to that destroyed.

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[?] [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 27 December 1878

Sritten by Ecldwara-"me l- - --.~ -..- nd by the reci Spient, Mr D. Cameron, M.L.A., to Mr Graham Berry, at the Treasury yesterday. d The Premier, from perusing the effusion, considered that no good could possibly fol low by its publication, whilst it might have the effect of still further inflating the va nity of the ruffianly writer, who, at the foot of the epistle, signs himself, in red ink, a "Edward Kelly, enforced outlaw." The letter accuses certain members of the police force of having committed grave offences against the chastity of certain female members of his family, and more particu larly mentions the name of Trooper Fitz patrick, whose evidence was mainly in strumental in convicting Mrs Kelly of the murderous assault made upon him in connection with the attempted arrest of Dan Kelly, in April last. Edward Kelly accuses the police of having dogged him for years past, without any just cause, and lie attributes the murder of Sergeant Kennedy, and Constables Lanni gan and S...

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