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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 27 December 1878

GOfiERNIJENT GAZE I?T The following information is taken from last week's Gazetle: - A new post office lhas been opened at Loddou Vale, near Durham Ox. Leonard Fawsett. 8crjeant of PoIice, has been appointed keeper of the gaol at Swan lill, vice S. Hodgson, trans ferred. Licenses revokcd, cancelled. or declar ed void-Matthew Wilson, Hayanmi, 67a.; Williamn Dawsou, Mincha West, 187a ; William Cantelo, Dartagook, 319a.; George Briggs, jour., Murnibit, 319a. Open for selection under section 19, on 3rd January, 1879, at nine a.mn.. Applications for licanses approved W. H. Nicholls, 199iD , Turrunmberry North ; D. McDonald, ISla,, llayanmi; Alexander Crombie, 146 ; Miitamo; Nicholas rceseigh, 1GOa., Mitiamo; T. Tyni, 226a, Yarrawalla ; 1i. M. Mor rison, 133a., Mlinclla; P. Kinnane, 320a, ?lacorna. Aplplications for leases under section 20 approved--J. Gray, Mologa, 287a. ; T. J. Wood, Tragowel, 3Oa-; Gertrude A. Schiltz, Qnatibatook, 31tla; Earnest Murrell, Mincha Wrest and Mologa, ý82a;...

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DURHAM OX. DEC. 22, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 27 December 1878

iURHAIAM OX. FO aK s O5 CO SFO.NDEN) i ' DEC. 22, 18-78. On everyside ye are greeted with the stereot)ped, lut tiinle-.oored wish "A. Merry Clriistmas to you." Wiwh.all my heart, (mo -yrself, and all your readers,be tley Ifrnd or foe) I recipro cate the 1A.lih Irry Christmas, to tens of th'bu.n" 1 raising from the buried oast, ple;ag phantoms. The hallowed assI6atlI of r"l.us;e sweet home," scens ne again to be rca ,lised. '1he ineeti of friends.after a year's separation, Cliristnaas chime: Sthe wreaths of hu the yule log, -th Smerrv dar.cc,the llotoe bough. .All natuie clothed inr *beautifhUl gar Inents of purest ite vanished hor ever, and lilke the eless fabric of a •vision. LUgh.l sense, not all. gone, old Father 'stnas visits his .children i- thean land-of the south as certainly in the a of your child hood and is .none .less welcome, because his jollyv ieund visage, is crowned with a "4 of golden grain Sinstead-of hotly,.a instead of snow i flakes lis face is mined with tb Sdust...

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

`ALLEG1s'D CRWLD MUran L :1"hat0 10hae eiilb ofto B are re orth Csl'~lingwosOd lslice o ;chl y a parnt ws eote te deridei 3M'J1{,11 1 ud:d Cy Swife arnd tita e"'olcr c months, 'leerif w fr "f I 3f' I;\l t a quarrel ironI p puaiiel Iris Wife ou~tsidle thi r 1 e` ^j her as sLe Pased thrughrt, a ' followed lcr for a shri ii ' returned and eas e duterj, ,bu i the child, )Irs Wline. tllen r "" ohuse of the " "05Cc so axa te 5 u 'iei ue'ra fleig y "laleer tlhere during, the wh rV SiX o'elock 0n Saturda t oe called to his wife at the rear 'aises. sayir. Ihe wihsed to t replied, 'll give it to you to. r stand you any longer" I'K "Come in: Jack's dead." M irs it lheer oar, lesse, amd t th an as tIhe msattress Send Cur a floor. The body Wor a j -., ,?wwn sahe remtovedl and that it was dead, and that the to discolored and bruised. She . lhulsband, "Did you hill tihe he replied. "No, do you thint kill Jack." Mrs N3'Ke?n then to go and tell the first contable he 2 death of the child, as that fac...

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KERANG PETTY SESSIONS. Saturday, Dec. 21. Before Messrs T. Littleton (chairman), and W. J. W. Patchell, J's.P. STEALING A HOGSHEAD OF BEER. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 27 December 1878

IKERANG PETTY SESSIONS. - Saturday,' Ddc. 2l. -BeforelN'essrs TLittleton (chairman), I .an d"WV.rJ.a.;WPutchell, J? s.P. '1 S'ALIhOC A. 11o00SIEAD ox EIE tU -ii .-lchard "Dows?y w?as charged with,. stealing a barrel of beer, the value on , 'the property of J., Cullen, publi can,' Kerang. He pleaded not guilty Jolh Culleh, publican, said:he was inforned ='a-hogshead of beer had been taken from the hotel.. Looked and SSW iit was gone. Found it abaul 80 or IOu yards awayv near the black smith shop. aubseqluntly .rccovered the beer, value it at 5 los. James loss, groom fobr Cobb and I Co, said: Between three and four ot: Friday morning,was hariess the h6rse: for1the coach. The dogs were larking at :the friont, of the hotel. Went tc ascertain the cause. Saw a man rol lingý a barrel towards Avards black smith shop. Saw the place where the barrel w.is removed fronm. Wlhen; he got the beer to Avard shop he mever attempted to open the caskl Hecay down shortly afterwards. P- O'Donnell, police...

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

" ' p, z'woon-linpounded at Itaywond, bi tli Hedidarsn-- redl- puley cow?' little white, M;- near rump, PC off rump, and braud on i on loin; 1 whlte calf- progncy of above: 1 strawberry and ted cow off ear marked like I off ?Rmp, not veryl pilni if not paid and expenCses paid. to be sold ou 51k TJanuary, 1879. 3. F. Willonu hbvrPoundkiper EcniA.-Impounded at kchucsic'Poundbyu F. Callpghan.- Notice sent to ow?nrBillcke and clhiite bullock, Jil near rniiiip0n 2nd , SDecember, ,by . McIntoslh.- Ti' '.?d id each.-Bay horse, dock taii, few" "gey hairs Sin forehead, white splOts oumi;ack, near fore and hind toot white, i :. eii bir. nldctr, Soff. rsmnp;bay mare, runniig stA:. caddile end collar marked, mrum on near 'eye, near hind tiloot white, like 0 over RB near shoulder, i scar off ribs. If niot claimnedl aind expenses ' paid, to be sold on 9th Jamiir.ry 1879, e Go. SJamieson, poundkeepe:. a . w?woon. Iinpounded at Ilavwood Iby i thle herdsman.--24 sheep anil lInbs, variou s I car mark...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. Melbourne 26 Dec. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 27 December 1878

LATEST TNT.ELLTGENCE. 3Y EL' CT1ItC TELEC:.SAPII. . , . t [vnO.? OtR OWS CJt-r?ro ?SDEN ] Melbourne 26 Dec. The :natcy beiween the All England leven and Fiflteen of Victoria witsl played today. The Fifteen' went in first and scored z88 with twelve wick-! ets down. ,Campbell- made a8I runs. There is nothing new abo.t the Kelly gang, andt the police are utterly at sea as to their.?'heleabouts. It is understood that a number of known sympathisers with the gang will be an ested untler .the provisions of the Outlawry Act. o.uor.? 23rd Dec. Christian IX, King of Denmark has. received a number of threatening let ters, and a quantity of Orsini bomb. have been seized at Copenhagen both letters and the introduction of bombs are attributed to the socialists. LoDnoX DEC 23rd. The Ghitzai chief have proclaimed Yakoob, the Son of Shere Ali, Amee i- , . reat satislaCution iAs e press ed.at th?l?L.'-pnE . sition of Shere Ali. Lu-.'-:,, ro. , DEC. 2515h. ,The American steamer- " -l .onsiana --tuck a...

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

4'* ý.,ý -.. 1 ii ý''ý- ` T •". -, . .- ?hli" bheart-cure lies. we ore test, cease to haunt YL. .,. howrer. . .." ,- ý._ - ,x i?e- t-atf.z which-its mate;!'with feigned Fled in the April hour. ideThbourvue. ; , too, must seldom seek again /..= -? i- ·: "" i.,ea ppy friends a mitigated pain. OOUGfS SCO Of hatred Iam proud-with ecoiti content; ET"B ', : " - Indifference, that once hurt me, now is :ý:i-, v . grown "za'ioR Saleks of : Itself indifferent. idpotecd But not to speak of love, pity alone - Cann break a spirit already more than bent. S'jp " ,articu .ar " The miserable one .. ..fer.stiOf g Turns he mnind's poison into food rbauds Its medicine is tears, its evil good. Tt im herefore, if now I see you seldomer, Aoa'9` Dear; gentle friend, know that I only fly 1c': Yo ?. ,~T;3Z~ " -?.? J ?ur looks because theystir S H L ,, that should sleep and hopes that t_ . J.- C l, , t Otdie -- i ý ý r Sa:e., " t fort that they minister Stime P"ee can bear, ye9-I, \ " "arrow gone, - \1 . peri...

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

LOST, STOLEN, OR STR'IAYED. L1 REIWAIID L L O3 T frnm TIagonel 11 IIITEiDR\AUGIIT . iOtLBSE Iooudced .I.ll t?ar shoulder. Also BAY MAlIE brnulded J. enn if' shoul der. Anyone retuurling the same to LAUR ANC.RDARIRIGAN, Ilarte"y's 'lotel. Hawk ius:ou, will receive thle above reward. 5138 i£2 IREWAPD. STRIAYED front Dorham Ox, one BAY FILLY, branded d on near shoulder, silvery'tail, star on forchead, one awhite hind fetlock. Any person giring'informnation of the above that will lead to h.r ccovcrv will receivc £1, or if brought to the Durham Oxi the sum of £2. A. ,IORRISON:.'o.:" . strhtam Ox. Dcc. lll, 1]878. . 619 LOST son Cbristi S Dayo be hwsoe- l onarc oh O" aLd Kctatnm, ,0C0'ET fr-rLa ;ry`L~tap. Finder oblige by sendi ýto the T'i.ra office. T OSI' ,or Stolen from .Toy's paddock, SJ Gredgooin. on Monday 2ndl Ileeemlter, 1878. Ba-Y HORSE, hbick poinst, branded EM on 'near ennip, recar ,,II Ilear rump rollar markled. GRiEY llO'S', branded A oun nea: shoulder,crdliir marked.' 'BLACK...

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THE THIRD AMBASSAD [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 27 December 1878

The name of henderson African doubtless familiar to ail who take a terest in thepolitical questions of the The " law and order' partv finding '' lerry determined to take tile nmatter in 7 pute to England for settlement, selecteo Daniel Honderson to proceed to Eng to represent their views to Sir Michi IHicks-Beach. Accordingly, says the A X arrangements were 1made with him, and hbauquet was ordered at JIockin's Ihotel celelbrate his selection, which duly came c on Friday night. It was indeed intend, at one time to make tile affair a most ima posing one. Dr. IIearn, M.L.C. (a grey" admirer of Henderson's it is said), was 1 preside, and Mr Gorai Evans, one of IL conductors of the Arcus, was to act :' vice-president; while alipthe dealers in cor t sacks and gunny bags that Flinders-lano could muster, were to turn out-tos Henderson torth with becoming et tickets marked " two !, ti :- e -they were giv af - Ta ?Q' Itaken~ to hand tber m t ^'" Lze leat, of onserati nteo eve 1at*1 w ý°'ý ali...

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TERRICK TERRICK. Dec. 23, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 27 December 1878

TERRICK TERRICK. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.]   Dec. 23, 1878.     An awfully sudden death occured Thursday, on the road between this place and the Pyramid. It appears that a man named Robert Wilson, was accompanying a threshing machine, which was travelling down country. He had been drinking, and obstinately declined his companions request to ride on the machine. He was not ob- served to fall under the machine, but was missed immediately. It was too late however. The wheel of the ma- chine passed over his body. Death was instantaneous. He neither moved nor gave the slightest sound. Mounted Constable Morris was communicated with, and he at once took measures to convey the corpse to Echuca, for the purpose of holding the inquest. Deceased was unmarried. So i'se nine Ballarat teachers ap- W plied .Uajor Smith fur permission to spendtheir Christmas holidays in no searclSf the Kellys. Let those mis- Wi creauntr-remble. Their lawless reign is at ag...

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JOSH BILLINGS ON LAHING. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 27 December 1878

JOSH BILLINGS ON IAtiýING. Liguhin iz strikly an aisunet, aitho sum folks make a biazness 0ov It haz bin cgnsidered an index or kaiter, and thare is snm, so close at reeing, that they say they ken tell what a i?had for dinner, by seeing him laff, eer saw two laft alike. Whilo thare nsum who don't make ennv noise, tha'm alsum who dqn?t make ennithing but uoi a ,,P,.,??l el L emu, ~ t,·;1~:ti ·~EeS, *MW.~CTI u -iCA-t SU "I?"W.' mSu.riIn.teir laff, adothlers who laff jlst az a rat duz who haz caught a steel trap with hiz tale. Thare iz no mistake in the assershan that it iz a curem fert tew hear sum laff., that come romipinl, out ov a man's mouth, just liko a distrik school o vyunggirls letout tairlay. Then iagi, thrre ia sum laffs that ar~az kold andl meaningless az a yesterdny's barwhert van cade-that cum out ov thie mauth twisted and gritty az a 2-inch suger Idrawed out or a hiemlok boord, On4 of tiese kind or laffis ha no more cumffrt injit than tlhe, -sttummnk ake haz, aid meios v...

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MONDAY, Dec. 23rd. (Before Messrs T. Littleton (chairman), Patchell, Garden and Kirman.) IMPOUNDING CASES [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 27 December 1878

MLos.aTr, Dec. 23rd. (Before Ilessrs T.. Littleton (chair man), Patclhell, Garden anid iKir .wan.) ]MIPOUCDImSG CASES !I. McDonald v G. Cornish. for charging excessive impounding ratLs. SBMr Wrixon appeared for the com plainant, and M r Sullvan for the de f ndant. -lIr *Wrixon stated the case and'said. it rested oi the fact, whether the fence arunnid the land from off which the cat tle'were impounded was a good one or not, and wheLher the land was under tillage. Duncan' McIntyre, poundkeeper, Kerang, said:. Received eleven horses into the Pound on the 25th November last, fron the defendant, G. Cornish, there were' damages of £I per head chalrged. Produced the order for im pounding them. The horses were re leamed imomediately by Mr rIcDonald, -,,to at the samce time paid thlfdamages .-iiitprotest. Know the Pound Act. jno substahit't.n tresuass rate. wlhe the nit under tillage was Iil plibially fenced, and flo Mr Sullivan: The amount wa-? ch;rged for trespass, ant not for da man . " s...

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ESCAPE OF WEIBURG. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 27 December 1878

ESCAPE -OF WE[BURG. ! :rli p! e will sirleri-ei .te leir t that' .rirtis. V \'ioergr who has been i cusatody fSr suoe time on the charged etealiirg 5.000 sovereigns (rum the . Avoca, has effectd Iis escape. On M day Iat: \Veihei was secure in the M3. Lbourne' gaol, at presentthe is st fs'' as the Kellys. It npsoars that wind in gaol he made a stmatemlet to tIhe tectives that lIe had planted a snunseof the stolen sovereigns near tho selecir!l which lie took up on the Tarwin Rirein Oipps:Land, and offered to point outhe i spot. IliIis statement received credre, and his offer was accepted. Stops 're m thereforo taken to get the prisolier o of si gaol, anmd on Touesday moruing Inosltor c Seerntan, the officer in charge of tide- I tective department, accompanied bIDe- r cectires Duncan and 3Ilahoney, stnrteSith him for Gipps lind. hIows they snecded in their search for thle hidden treasIs ii not stated, b?, a telegramf was reoed o from Constable Cleary. of Stockyard ee., I yesterday, rep...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. LONDON, Dec. 18. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 27 December 1878

EtUROPEAN TEGRAMS. pnFIlM fTuI' ARIUS conuRmlnoxnh1., Loxnoý, Dec. -:h: Thle London coloniul wool ?iles closed today. >There ras a slight recovery in e prices towards tlhe close of lthe series. A review of the series establishes a compara tire declineof front 7 to 15 per cent. on Sthe September prices. The fall is most? strongly marked in respect to Sydney and I Cape fleece crossbreds. Of the 1(i4-,000 bales of Australian catalogued during the entire series, 35,000 bales ]lave been en offered; 5,000 bales have been takenu for export; 4,000 bales of the new clip have been sold fav-ourably. The trade is seri ously depressed. London, Dee. 13. Elliston, the late chie otlicer of the Avoca, who as accused of being an ac complice in the gold robbery by his con federate Veiberg, has Ibeen remanded on bail till the 6th of J.lanuary, ill oder to en able the law officers of the Crown to can sider whether the offence had been corn inittod on the high seas, and it was, in con sequence, necess...

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MAGESTERIAL ENQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 27 December 1878

I (IESCTE1RIAL NQUIRVY : .i aisterial enquiry wa -held on lntnrda the 31st inst., before H. •-r.rr, lsd., .J1P., on the body of W. niu. w was drowned iu Reedy .he previous day. 'The follow is taken : s enG.C Cole on beinz ed and witness lefi nt., for the Gonr jR ,the seeoui ':icr;, '" ? tlo 17tii i -;t , tio (,i the M urra .,e,.' 1.,,- tile 1)i s Talul. £ool ?,i I .t side oni Rc~,!. Crcek. and made for I a! hut tt. cll(uir e the way. The .rad wai~ throlugi watcr. Finding no one at ithe uot w. e roceredia on our way for boat' s vetl miles, and a.gain returned to 1 Und an' ld uan who di w to show us the way, e rhich we reached that 'lmorlllng, Tlhursd. , Sg, the road. being ' th crossed the coul ce of a Mr Suther iLe ,to leedy Creek, round the head we r old his mat e li would l show him the -depth.i l' l tle depth of his chin. is till on the bank. Wit iess thI across, and showed h!is 1iate Ith could cross. In the lauatimn?l ased had stripped all to Jb troia.' boots, and strapped his '...

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

*J NOTIQES. _71 I 1Melbournei :WoolQ. Sales. "LOUGH'S W1OOL WAREHOUSES, ': ESTABLISHED, 1851. t 7io Sales of Wvoo haeld very Aoonqy of : a id p oceeds paid over prombt.'y, i,1''PL particalars as to charges with other ' yJ l? rfoirmation and list of station properties h o-ylnarids fCr Ws'e, can be seen in our iontlilv cirtular which will be for-wardrd free *s i applic-tion. ,. Ao r,.:: Kza.\?, a., W. .. W. ?A.TCHIELL. J. H. CLOU0GH & CO. -TASTE PAPER fir Sa'e. Apply oEcc of , thlia paper. VUCTIONEERS' NOTICES. - IA AC P 1EH R.S . ON & .. 0. J S Et*Ir-hlledl 1853. : L Sep and CIttlCe S:esmitIn ' s . of ?f*nsrl S/ork Sas.c/',r year 1878. D ELM LORE, ',Til Fi-st Wednesday inIvery monith. ROCHESTER, A 'tc Second Wednesday in every month. , COlOP, /The Last WoierndFay in every month. SAge?ts for lustings Canningsham & . i ibera advances made on , ool, Iides, Skian, SAgcnts for the Land Mortgage Bank of Vic toria. loney advanerd lon Freehold Propcity .at Crrent Rate...

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The Kerang Times AND SWAN HILL GAZETTE. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. KERANG, DECEMBER 27, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 27 December 1878

AND SWAN HILL GAZETTE. PUBLISHED WEEKLY.   KERANG, DECEMBER 27, 1878. HOLIDAY - Kerang has not been be- hind older towns in keeping a strict holiday on Christmas Day. To obser- vers the town had the appearance that it has on Sundays, thoroughly quiet. With many families the day was observed in the Australian fashion - a picnic in the leafy shade,while others, perhaps too ad- vanced in years to enjoy themselves as younger people would, remained quietly at home. On Christmas eve Mr. Al- brecht held his annual "At Home," and invited all and sundry to spend a few hours of amusement and recreation. On Christmns morning those who had made up their minds to a trip in the country, soon started in vehicles of vari- ous descripition, and wended their way to the chosen spots. The places being reached amusements of many kinds l. gang"do their work . e - nothing is left to t be | bank clerks put tllei tii SNed Kelly made sq reem Sby passing his harrr' .. i fore he allonwed fi.,,`ýt ...

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[?]MMYISM ON GANNAWARRA RUN. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 27 December 1878

.._-:,JMMYIS[ 6N . iANNAWARRA RUN. ,: OnFridaymorningon resuming,Maxwell .ate collector, stated that Rochfort paid all Sthe rates except his mother's. Made ar rangements yesterday to pay what was due. First inet him at Fisaher's station at the Terricks. Amos was manager when I saw him at Gannawarra. Gormack was manager twelve montlhs before he selected. IJ. Rochfort paid three rates other than his ow;n, namely Cunningham's, IIolton's, and Evans'. Littleton paid ,Jones' rates. McMinns paid Garland's. WVitness surveyed Rohfort's, Cunningham's, Came ron's, and Doolan's selections about four years ago. The selector paid his own fees. The papers were produced with Albrecht's name attached. They were signed by witness. Cormack asked him to survey a site at the Fisherman's bend. .J. Rochfort. in answer to Dr. Madden, said his brother bought some horses, and lent: them to work for his neighbors. I know IIoulton, lie selected south of my block, and adjoining. I have lent him L200 atvarious t...

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SPECIAL LAND BOARD. SATURDAY, 21st DECEMBER. (Before Messrs A. Black, chairman, J. Nixon, and T. W. Pinneger.) (Continued from our fourth page) [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 27 December 1878

SPECIAL-LAND BOARD. SvrUFDA Y 21St DaCEMIfEr. (Before Messrs A. Black, chairman, J. ' Ns'onl and T. pinneager) (Contioued from our fourth page) : ?Mr Cormackctross'examined by jMr. SmythsaidlI.'.ieftthe employ of.#Mr. Fisher .is March, s874. Went direct to the, mtiloy of Dr Williamsdn at Yanga.r Selected land on .Dr William-:i sons statiobn beforeT ient.'into ?his etm ploy. Selected seven bloeks for six ofniy own chilidreniafiid eS?? £orl? friend. Mr Fisher klnew I had selected land at Yanga.. \hile in the employ of Dr' Willianmson advised MriFishei tobuy'the station. Dr "Williamson gave me £1700 for giving .up f?e selections. IThey are now Mr Fisher's property. Never gave any of the money-to Wis hart. Brought 4,000 head 'of sheep froni Ir Fisher's station at Adelaide. Sold the 2,000 sheep to Dr Willianis0nr and 2,000 to Spargue' i nd Henderson.: Entered them in Mr Fisher's books.: W ishart was an old servant of mine at: Gannawaira.-Brought him up to Yanga: to select. Paid him no nm...

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

DEATH. Died at his residence, Loddon, Charles Mills, aged 69 years; late of Rokewood, formerly of Tyrone, Ireland. Leader please copy.   BIRTH     At Fitzroy, Melbourne, on the 23rd inst.,   the wife of Mr A. B. Fry, surveyor, Kerang, of a daughter.

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