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BANQUET TO THE ENGLISH ELEVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 14 March 1879

BA.NQITET. . O. THE ENGLISH-:-. EI EVE EN. :; . e,, On Saturda m-niith a fareivell hiiueti "< was 'iven at the 'ictoria Club, Melbourne,. to Lord nam'fis' teain .f ricnifter?*'r.;J, J. G. Francis occupijedthe chair.a, ;Amongsti!, the ufiiestsipresent, wass Ilisxcellency, the Marquis: of Noimanbv. c On rising to reply, to the toast of his health, he said- -: SMr Francis and Gentlemei-I thrink.vou,'i sir, most heartily,for the Iiid and too:flat teringmnianner in which you:hatve proposed my health, and: you, gentleinen;'I thanki equally -cordially for the'very lind arinner in which you have received Ithe toast. I am not vain enough to' sppe that' h . way in which you have done so ,'isatribu tablo in any way to any merit-ofmypwn.. I come among you'a comparative, if nota total stranger, and I know that the kind and cordial way in which I have been re ceived in Melbourne since I first pdt my' foot on your shores is attributable to that loyal feeling towards Her Majesty, and tha...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 14 March 1879

The Acting Chief Secretary late on the 6th received a telegram from the Chief Secretary, dated 5th instant, stating that he had decided to offer three millions of the loan at 98, including interest. The tenders will be open on Thursday the 13th instant. Mr Berry adds thit the Agent Generalship was about to be offered to the Right heon. II. 'C. E. Childoer, M.P., who would probably accept it, and discharge the duties of the otlice temporarily without salary, out of his friendly feeling towards Victoria. .fir Berry also states that up to date no answer has been received from Sir Michael HIicks Beach on the reform ques tion, btt that English public opinion favored a settlement. The Reforlm an4 Athen'eum Clubs have elected the Chief Secretary and Professor Pear'osu'as hoior ary mubmbers.-Age. The M.inister of Education is, we under stand, inclined to consider very favourably a suggestion which has been made.to himns by the Australian Health 'Society, ithat sanitary instruction should be...

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STOCK REPORTS. Sandhurst, 11th March. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 14 March 1879

STOCiK REPORTS. Sandhurst, 11th March. Messrs Walker and Co. report :-Fat Cattle. -t05 yarded, consisting of small lots from the neighbourhood, and fully one half of which were stores, to mnedium quality. Tbo supply was quite sufllicient for requirements, and the market, opened dull, dosing firm at rates fully equal to lust week. We quote best quality bul locks £5 to £6 2s Cd, good £'3 15s to £4 15s, good cows to £4 5s, others to £3. We have sold 10G few Messrs Fitzgerald, Munekton,'Ool lard, Stemrt,.Fraser, Gibbord, M'Lennan, and --jy, at market rates. Fat Oalves.-62 b2. l;.ohich realised satisfnctory prices. Fat .di:ep.-6i526yardwl. The anteudunee of tie trade was poor, and the demand for good sheep was extremaly dull with prices riling slightly lower than last week. Graziers' lots met a ready sale at list week's quotations. Prime wethers broughtfroui Osto l0s lid, good 7s;a to 8S 61, extra prim4 ewes to lie, good 7s 6idto 9s, others to 7s. We sold 044 for Messrs J. R." Munckton, ...

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SELECT POETRY. RICH, BUT HONEST! [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 14 March 1879

SELECT. `"POETRY. I•icl: BUT HONEST! Poor, but honest l-et's change the song, It has been sung so long, so long ; Cast not a slur on the.poor man's state, Bound by the iron' hands olf Fate.. .Ionest and true is the poo ihan s heart, : . Jiravely striving to `et hispart; This is the time to changelie song,: Iie is rich, but honest and stroiig.t Rich,but honest !-this is the tal .. That each true heart with joy must hail:? Rich, but bonest -not by stealth . IIas he gained his noble halls of wealth~; Not from the blood of the toiler's bcshea Not.from thewidoii's meagre part, Not from the orphan's portion small, Not from a struggling brother's fail. Not from mean and sordid greed, That never a tale of woe could heed; - Not from oppression's rank and file, Not from treacherous artsand guile. Rich, but honest !-grand and strong, Truth and honour to him belong Honour that bids his conscience hold Nothing like ill-begotten gold. Giving each man his portion due, Holding the scales of justice...

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DURHAM OX. March 11th, 1879. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 14 March 1879

DURHAM OX. FoaOm OUR OWN 9RSJSroND1E ]] March 11th, 18:. A glance at the open columns of the TIMEs at any time during the past few weeks would lead a stranger to suppose that we are very pugnacious people, and that the fighting season had set in. There has been a considerable ex change of rough words anent the action of a shire councillor in voting in favor of the granting of additional licenses for the sale of liquors. The said coun cillor being a member of I.O R. is charged with inconsistency. The prin ciple of temperance in all things has been sadly ignored in the use of com plimentary language on both sides. Then our picker up of " unconsidered trifles " is rather rough on some people who do not please him. Not content with (in a Pickwickian sense) knock ing a man down he must needs kick him. Fie, Mr. Trifler ! It is a waste of time to try to " slay the slain." By the way, I have a little friendly advice to give to this youthful scribe. I judge to be youthful from certain habits...

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THE KELLY GANG. ECHUCA, Thursday week. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 14 March 1879

THE KELLY GANG. ECHUCA, Thursday week.     Sergeant Vaughan, with five Victorian and New South Wales troopers and a black tracker, returned this afternoon from the search after the Kellys along the Murray, between Gunbower and Swan Hill. They saw no trace of the four horsemen, nor had they been seen for ten days prior to the troopers' arrival. Sergeant Vaughan's     party scoured the scrub and reed beds on both banks of the Murray as far down as Campbell's Island, which was also searched. Senior-constable Clarke's party searched Gunbower Island, and are now prosecuting the search from Campbell's Island towards Swan Hill. The black, tracker says he be- lieves the outlaws were not in the district.

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SWAN HILL SHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY, MARCH 10, 1879. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 14 March 1879

SWAN HILL: SHiRIEl COUNCIL. MoNDA'ir, MAiXC 10, 1879. The Council met t 10.40 a.m. Pro sent : Crs. Irwin (president), Langdon Kelly. Barnes, Cuameror Kirwan, aiid M'Donald. The minutes of last meeting were read and confirmed.? COIRESPONDEaCE. From it. Kemp, re icchange of roads at Durhlm Ox. The Secretary said he had written to the Lands Department on the subject and -lad not received a reply. From S. Booth, declining tosurrender dam on the Gunbawoer Creek as re quested. Ordered to stand over. From the Lands B?partment, stating that the block of Jlan at Yarrawalla, on the Serpentine Creek, would be reserved for watering purposes. Received. A petition was received front the resi dents at Lake MIarmal, asking that the dam be repaired. Cr. Barnes moved that Mr. Bortelli be written to, inform ing him that the engineer will be in structed to visit and report as soon as the :council gets possession of the dam, and value the fence. Seconded by Cr. Langdon. Carried. From Department .of Publ...

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The Kerang Times AND SWAN HILL GAZETTE. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. KERANG, MARCH 14, 1879. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 14 March 1879

AND SWAN HILL GAZETTE. PUBLISHeD WLETILT. KEIIANG, MARCH 14, 1879. BANK HOLIDAY.-The local banks will be closed on Monday next, St. Patrick's day. A notice to that effect will appear in the Government Gazeite to day. CROWDED -our.-Report of Pyramid Hill races; also J.B.'s communication willappear in our next issue. KRaa o 1LACEs.-We Need scarcely remind our readers that, these races come off- at the race-course, Wandella Lake, on Monday next, St. Patrick's day. Should the weather prove fine, no doubt an enjoyable day'will be spent by those who patronise the turf WATER SUPPLY.-Tenders for repair ing the Gunbower dam at Cohuna were dealt with at the shire council meeting on Monday last, the contract being let to W. Bertram for a sum of £61 12s 6d. Tenders are also invited for repair ing the old dam at Lake Leaghur. This is the dam to which we drew attention lately, and the erection of which will be the means of filling the lakes in the back country. The prompt action of the council in...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 14 March 1879

WANTED. ?ANTED KNOWN That W. H. DOWER " hns removed to bo. 5 Bath Buildings Charing Cross, and he is iiilaking a good display of General Drapery. Men's and boy s clothing at such pricts that cannot be sur passed. i Country customers will fild it their advantage to give him a call before prclveas-" ing elsewhere. Note the Address :-~ ath Buildings, Charing Cross, Sanrdhurst. S NOTICES. THE LICENSING ACT, 1876: (FounIal SCIEDULr.) . NOTICE-OF APPLICATIO?, ý OR A PUBLICAN'S LICENSE . SSUSAN AGNES D?YLE, of Murrd-ait, near Kerang, do h.reby. givenotice that I desire to obtain, and will at tiq City Police Court, Sandhurst, on .the Tenty fourth day of March, 1t79, applly toe Police Magistrate for a Certificate authorisnng the issue of a Publican's License' for a .nouse situate at Murrabit, near Kerang, coat:fining six rooms, exclusive of those required for the use of the family. Dated the Eighth day of March 18t9. S. .'. BuYL . Witness-Henry Wrixon Solicitor, hand hurst. 724 SHIRE' OF SWA...

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LOCAL LAND BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 14 March 1879

LOCAL LAND BOARD. The Local Land Board, consisting of Messers   G. R. Watson, District Surveyor, and H. Taverner, J.P., sat at the Shire Hall on   Thursday and Friday, the 27th and 28th February, and disposed of the following ap-   plications : UNDER 19TH SECTION.   Donald Cross, 320a, Tittybong, south of Smith's.block. Recommended. bl James Archibald, 312a, Tittybong, east of Tittybpng P R. Recommended. John Loughnan, 320a, Tittybong, north of James Loughnan. Recommended. James Loughnan, 320a, Tittybong, south of John Loughnan Recommended. nt Andrew McKinnon, 319a, Tittybong, north ac of Tittybong P.R. Recommended. GeorgeArchibald, 320a, Tittybong, south of Back Dam Reserve. Recommended. m George Hampton, 320a, Murrabit, eastof Hill and West's land. Recommended. Bi Ellen Hampton, 280a, Murrabit, between Fitzpatrick and fiickey's blocks. Recom. mended. Edward Garsed, 98a, Murrabit, west of Gannawarra P.R., abandoned block of Wi- m ...

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MURDEROUS ASSAULT BY A DRUNKARD. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 21 March 1879

MURDEROUS ASSAULT BY A DRUNKARD. A. savage assault was committed on Saturday evening, between seven and eight o'clock, by Henry Reddan, a laborer, on a person named Ryan, who was employed as a temporary barman at the Ship Inn dur ing the regatta. Reddan entered the hotel and asked for a drink, but a few months ago an order was obtained by his father forbidding publicans inthe borongh.fro Iýupplying him with liqnor. Ryan heinz lcquainted with that fact refused to serve *m, and on his becoming abusive ejected hi tfrom the bar. Iteddsn then picked ui\ a large piece of road metal, and re tursing, threw itat Ryan, who was talking to ?nother person. The stone struck lyaL on the forehead, making a dreadful gash, nd the face was blackened below the eyes. \The poor fellow now lies in a very eriticak condition, fears being entertained as to hi recovery. The assailant made hil escape, ad up to a late hourlast on Sunday night hal not been captured. The stone with which I.an was struck weighs ov...

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THE MEREDITH MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 21 March 1879

THE MERE]DITH MURDER. The inquest on the body of the mur dered man William Patrick Purcell, was held on Saturday afternoon, at the court house, Mcredith, before Mr T. D; S. Heron, coroner. Mrs Dawson, wife of the pri soner, gave evidence that Purcell accom panied her home about midnight on Wed nesday week.nnd knocked at the door of the house. Prisoner came out immediately, and shot the man dead. Mr Stow, land lord of the Royal hotel, deposed that de ceased was in his hotel, and left about eleven o'clock, the woman then sitting in the verandah. Constable Nelson deposed that when he arrested Dawson, he (the pri soner) made a statement. This was to the effect that he heard a man whispering to his wife outside, and concluding that they were behaving improperly, he took down his gun, rushed to the door, and ahot him dead. He said that the deceased was in an improper position, and that he shot him when in the act of rising. Dr. Pincott stated that the man must have been stand ing perfectl...

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CABLEGRAM FROM MR BERRY. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 21 March 1879

CABLEGRAM. FROM MR > BERRY. Sir 'Bryan O'Loghl?n early on Ho'idayrr received a telegram from the Chief Secre-.:e tary, under date 15th, stating that Mr Berry and Mr Pearson had on Friday last another interview with Sir Michael Hicks Beach, Secretary of State for the Colonies. As the matter stands at present, the result is a substan ial success in the settlement of the constitutional question.. Mr Berry also states that it is probable that the Prince of Wales will accept'the presidentship of the commission for England of the Melbourne International Exhibition. At the official dinner given by Sir Michael Hicks-Beach. to Messrs Berry and Pearson, the Right ions. William Gladstone, John Bright, Robert Lowe, Charles Villiers, Lords Derby, Shaftesbury and Carlingford, with others, formed the party. Messrs Berry and Pearson were to be presented to the Queen on Monday. The Right Honorable H. C. E. Childers had accepted the Agent Generalship of Victoria, and Mr Cashel Hoey had been tempor...

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THE LOSS OF THE RONNIE DUNDEE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 21 March 1879

TILE LOSS OF TIIHE ONNIE DUNDEE. The Sydney Evening News of the 11th inst. publishes the following statement made by Captain Stewart. on the steamer Bonnie Dundee. The statement of Captain Clark of the Barrabool,las already been pub lished : The weather was fine when we left Sydney Heads, with a light wind from L.E., which continued all the way along the coast. When about eight or ten miles south of Newcastle, observed a steametr's smoke at about 7.30 p.m. We observed the steamer's red light, on the port how two points. Distance apparently about a mile. Kept on the course red light to red light. The approaching steamer then showed her green light; then again showed the red light. It now became evident that there was danger of a collision. I put the helm to starboard to tried and bring her round. The ship answered the helm, and headed about north-west. I ordered the enginesto be stopped, the Barrabool being close upon its. We were going at about two knots when the Barrabool struck us...

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AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 21 March 1879

AGRICULTURAL NOTES. It is earnestly to be desired that the fre quent threatenings of a change obtaining at present will result in a positive breaking up of the drought, for, both as regards water for the stock and for getting on with agricultural operations, the settlers nearly everywhere are being reduced to great. straits. . Old residents in the Wimmera state that they never before saw that river so low.as it. is at present, and generally throughout the colony the seasson is re earded as one of the most severe ever ex perienced. " With regard to the position of the wheat and flour market, The Leader harvest returns as they come in fully bear out the low estimate submitted by us some time since of this season's crop, indeed the returns made out a much lower average. The heavy receipts coming in by rail,. just now, are to he accounted for by the fact that the farmers, in a larger propor tion than in former years, are obliged to sell; those who can hold, however, have reasons to beli...

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TERRICKS DISTRICT RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 21 March 1879

TIERRICKS DISTR1CT RR CE . SStewards':-Mfessrs F. Herrick, R? : Moi'rison, W..I win, C. N. lulk, J. H. Kelly, M. Herrick, and Jasu Buckley Juig?e--Mr P. D. t erricz.- Starter.. ;Mr C. Murrell.;,Clerko.f the corse Mr John Buckley:. ' / There .iias a tolerably fair attendance at ihe rPyramid ondthe jith 'in'st., to .witness the carrying out of tlhe pro gramne of races, as-prepared by the Teriicks District Jockey Club. The course is pleasaiitly ituated at thdafoot of the Mcunt, and froidt 'iiatirihof 'the country. as ;.may,. be, expected, slightly undulating, but 'so little as to be of,.noappreciitvA ;detriment. ;Opne objectionable featu:e, and perhaps may le remedied onaail uture *occasion;,was the 1 shiip' Tii ins th cioursd- alter leaving the straight.- .The racing. ,7 thlrough 'thie da3-waatoleably"'good,"*'-,? the last, th.e Consolatioii Stakes, beingr the ibest >rcntested. The :races- were" got off iell to time. The arfanSge- - menis generally reflect credit on' those who took...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 21 March 1879

On the wing.-"=s. fhier, what `is an angel?" "An angel! Vereananl 'anel is a child that flies." "But, mot,, , wli does papa call my governess an angelt, " Well, explained the mother, after a6ronient, pause, " she is going to fly immehntely., B ushrangng appears - to be- co?ing rather common in the sister colony of \ South -?Vales judginig by, the following t,, legram from the Sydney correspondent of the: Age :-Mr .Wilkins, a: chemist of Gotilburn, was on the 14th confronted by two men who wereairmed'' They bailed him up and robbed hini of £75 and a diamond rinog' Their faces were blackenedl. An other serions case of garroting occnrred the same night. One 'of the culpritsllhas been arrested.

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LATES INTELLIGENCE. ECHO Thursday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 21 March 1879

:j TIC TELECIiAPH. 0FOt OU? : CORUEiONDE5,s ] - ECH Thursday evening. Prize fight eeni Laivrence Foley anu Abe Hic took place on the New South WT side of tte lMurray and esulted a n • i?e l n easy victory for I Foley ? e sta als for 5 .. aside. ribs sustained seve unding Senior constable O lear the only mem ber of the police fo here, and when the combatants strip le told then to desist, and was co informed that Victorian Police ha jurisdiction. and the fight comme Bitten and George Pcry wete sec for icken while Mace and Jack epson we seconds for Foley. G was Hlic ken's umpire, and Joe I Foley. H"icken offere mpson for £ oo more'onthe resul thol declined to take more tha latter tiug two to one on Hi Fole :seemed in better form tha ey Credit--is due to rlace's onent. sticcess of oley. Tlhefligh g for hiour and twenty-three mm?u one ia-now champicn of the col icy twenty-eight years of ,age ant is eight inches in height fighli et 'rost .71b. SYDNEY, Thu d It is alleged here that the o m...

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LATE EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS London, 17th March. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 21 March 1879

LATE EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS (FRnoM THn AG) London, .11th March. The mission 'of the embassy. from 'ctoria, in reference to the consti qnal question, progresses satisfac oiily. It has excited much attention in political circles, and the press gene rally advocates consideration of: the representations put forward, by: Mr Benrr and Professor Pearson. Orirg to the kindly interposition of Mr H. C. E. Childers, it is probable that Mr Mills will be allowed to. bring forward his notice of motion in the Bouse of Commons respecting the constitutional question in Victoria at -an earlier date than that already fixed. Negotiations have been opened,.lby Mr Berry with the directors'of .the Eastern Extension Telegraph Corn pany, with a view to an earlier ieduc tion in the rates for press and Governi ment messages than provided for in the areement with the colonies prior to the duplication of the cable. . .:, Mr Berry has definitely arrangedi?ith' the associated banks not to' accept at present more than...

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 21 March 1879

GOVERNlM/ENT GAZEITE. The following information is taken from last week's Gazelle: Land sales will be held at Kerang n the8th and 15th of next month. Alpplication for lease approved :-E? J. }latter, 3109, Gunbower. Applications for licenses approved : 3Iary Ann Kelly, S0a, Benjeroop; 1. Htclhieon, 265a, Loddon; E. M[oris, 311 Gunbower; Maria Gray, 3,10, heransg G. Llhuillier, 320a, Miilla. Under section 47 :--W. Gray, slau;hter: yard, 2a 3r 39p', Kerang. The following revoked licenses vill be Open for selection on and after tle-28th lost., at nine a.m.:-A. P. -lhucock, i3la, lIologa; M. Herbert, 31ta, Tra ?l ; S. tiglhmore, 219a, 3eaghur; -.aa,.ker, 3?na, Gunlower. The fol ?l'& "'- are also revoked, bun are not ?Pen for selection :-C. Andenon, 319a, Loddon; E. Shanaan, 13f, Terrick Tec nest; T. Aiuscough, ;a, Cohuna. Thirty-three acres have leen tempo arily reserved as a site fo public pur 'osea in th. e parish of Kcang, on the yraemid Creek.

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