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STOCK REPORTS. Sandhurst, 18th March. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 21 March 1879

STOOK REPORTS. Sandhurst, 18th MiiIrch. M~ossr Walker and Co. report :-Fat Cattle, -373 yarded. Generally medium to fair qua lity. Tho supply was not sufficient for require mrnts and the market opened brisk, closing firm at an advance of fully £1 per head on late rates. We quote best quality bullocks £6i to £7 10s good to £5 15, others to £4, best cows £5 103 to G 10s. gool to £4. We have sold 83 at quotations. FatCalves.-23 yarded, which sold readily at an advanc3 on late rates. Fat Shoop.--608Syarded. The laterains have caused an increased demand for store qualities, .which were readily cleared out at late rates. Prices for good sheep showed an improvement Son last week; We quote best wethers 10s to lOs ,; oxtrra prime ewes to lie, good qfality we 'lhers 8s to Os bd, ewes to 9s. We'sold 1765,at S.eso°?r Powers, Rutherford, and Co. report: aC'at tloe-Our sales wereo 2 head, .oiled ta z?e.,etn'?ution;, which are - bullocks 3 - l o £,?? cow-s £4 (se to £7 10s. Fat Odvs.O--Ounr sles w...

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HAYANMI. March 15, 1879. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 21 March 1879

ILAYANMll. (FROM OUR OW(. CORRESOn DENTi') MiMarch 15, 1879. Since nmy last letter little or nothiing has taken place in this district: The farmers, as a rule, are buty ploughing their land, which is very hard, but nevertheless they are bound to keep moving .on; asit has blien!proved be yond .a doubt that early soivni crops; whether it be wheat, oats, or barley yield a far better return than, late sowing. Of' coiii-e thiere 'is"a great differenie of opinion; as to what' is bairly, and what is late, many contend ing that the month of MIay is quite early enongh" for wheat, and June for oats, but as fia as'my experience of the jplains goes, 1 'find that'crops sowniin the latter end of March and April pay mirchl better than anything else. Writer is very scarce; in fact; most of the inhibitants are well sinking. A few have been successfhl in obtaining fresh water at 18 anrd 20 feet, whilst others cannot 'obtain: either salt 'or fresh at a reasonable depth: I think the .Go.ernment- should...

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SERPENI[?]E. March 19th, 1879. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 21 March 1879

SEIiPEN I2E. [IfT"o OUR OwS Con: SPONI)E::T.j? Marlh 19thll, lbi9. The case of the Queen v. Flynn; alleged sheep stealinf, heard at the last essions, Inglewood. before his :Hoiinor dge Skinner, an o which occasion juele eury veae for an acquittal, hut the twelre tmt being unanimous, ie case was remsnded to the D.unolly Sessions to be leld on the 21st inst. ie Crown have now determined not to proceed any further in this case and ali the witnesses were advised by'the olice not to attend, so it is now aban tned b% fle Crown. 1ihe coron( r, R. Strici.hnd, Esq ,'ae" ',mpanied by l)r. II earnf?InglewoSd, ere here to-day, cn ,outbecto Po npapielI r old n inqluest on the bodr ot; the h of 3. Miller, aged seven ds, 1 tho .as what is called n-seven nth's child. Tlhe coroner was.in a "r to get lack and not a horse from i':lynn. The horse showed in dis Ion not to go, and behaved in a n;manner on the road, -which was. :eans of preventingtlhe coroner ' he first train to ~nndhurst. di f te jury wa...

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HORRIBLE MURDER OF A WIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 21 March 1879

rHORRIBLE MURDER OF A BWIF. SAn inquiry has been held into the cir cunstanes connected with the death o Sarah Maguire. who died in the Sydne Infirmary from burns and other injuri Her son, who is fourteen years old, emph tically deposed that his father first tru the deceased with a hammer, and aftet wards pushed her into the fire. The dyi depositions of the woman exonerated t prisoner from blame, and theonly evide against James Maguire was that of his The coroner's jury returned a verdic wilful murder against Mguire, who committed for trial at the next Crin Court. Printed and published for the prop.r, Harcourt and Co., by the manager J. Darer, at the ollice. Vitcor'erfiar.-f .

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TERRICK TERRICK. March 18, 1879. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 21 March 1879

• TERRICK TERRICKI. ": euor s o, OWN o? aE?sONDE\.1T. w , . .arch 18, 1879. fi .rWe; had some very ? welcome: rain h last tiindriy ud Mloniday, and although; a no great qiantiay fell;,yet we must bc. thalnkl'ul for eveti the amount -e -got.L fi TImn afraid th'it'if you haid any rain on A 'Monday, it would have interfered with p1 your sport at the races. Let nme hope 1 that you had the rain, and enjoyed the races at the same time.. a On. Saturday, the 1st inst., a meet- 1 ing :was held atklessrs Davies and I Sons' Botel for. the purpose of forming '1 ar ahcing Club. Owing to a smiscon- 1 ception, I neglected to send you a re- c port at the time. It was very success- a il. large sums of.money were pro- t inised, :ln a -~ .... decided to hold the j first: meeting,,ou the :- 'st Queen's, Birlhdi._. _ '[hiOi, ' ...."-" rldthe_ ''e.rricl?s aid Mlitiamo lRace luo, ana-di the follovingoffice.-bearerswere elected: -President, Mr A. Mack, J.P; lion. j see. 'and treasurer, Mr WV. Irwin, J.P.; ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 21 March 1879

BIRTH. On the 19th inst., at her residence, Meering, the wife of W. J. Brannigan of a child. Both doing well. DEATH.   MEHARRY-ON the 15th inst. at the residence of his son, Robert Meharry, late of Kil- linchy Woods, County Down, Ireland, aged 69 years. Home papers please copy.

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

Stewards : Messrs: A=. =;Corni?'ckI-?7 Mh'Kinnon, A... A A'mos, W.W Campibell, J. I. Bell, J: Siingletoii,? G. iBeathcote; G. RI. W'atson,:L., Fairley, J. :Flenming. Thidge, eMr. L. Fairley ; starter, M r; rJ. Calvert.; ,clerk- of,.the..scales,?Mr.-M Martin. In pist years the Kemng Turf Club has' been-nmfortunate :-s regards weather on 'the d.?y of their annual meeting, and. this yearthas proied no excelptioni. :.Thid weather. continued' f?ne sifi" :toi ilonuday.r IEarly that day the'rini commienced to fall, 'gradu ly increaing until, about ten aimi. when it came downain torrents :l'nd continued rso: up. to mid-day.:- :.Thei sttwards niet° iini the, iiorniiig and de c:ided to go through :?ithi iheprogramme in face of any weather. After mid-day the i-in abated..anda move rias ade, for the course near Vi ndelhla iake. The soft afid spongyroids;had taken in the raini as it fell. and the-horses feet sarik fully si.inclies 'so thnatto reaclh the ice coursdw~as: li rl 6f :so;me difficulty...

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

AND 'NOTES. nd fatal fire occurred last Satur Sekin a kitchen at the back. of maan.;. of MIr John Edwards, a miner, .~iding on the Talbot road. Mr Edwards ii (says the. C?imes (iGuardian) was away. at t his work, and Mrs Edwards had gone to ] perform a kind office for a sick relative, - leaving Chlarlotte, a girl eighteen years of age, a sister of Mrs Edwards, in the house { with a little girl named Ada, their daughter. A boy who was on the premises had kindled a fire to boil the kettle for tea, but as it did . not :burn up fast enough, Charlotte took the can in which they kept the kerosene, and poured some on to the fire, when the flame passing upthe stream caused an explosion, fearfully cutting and burning the arm of the unfortunate girl, and scat tering the blazing liquid over her clothes, and. also those of the little girl who was standing near her. A carpenter who was. working at a short distance, hearing the" screams, ran to the door, as. did also the boy, who was outside at t...

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ARRIVAL OF THE CALIFORNIAN MAIL. AUCKLAND, 13th March. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 21 March 1879

R ERANG 1 ARRIVALA. OF THE CALIFORNIAN MAIL. Avcn iN , ]3th March. / The mail steamer City of New Y which left San Francisco on the 28t 1E nary'with the English and Americrct? for the Australasian colonies, ar [ this morning, one day behindi'. time. has passed - The Canadian boaw York on 18th resolutions in fav:ets for the Sydney The ship Cition. The shipNiobe February, -w nt, rnatic/ strikers, numbering sixty ,,lanbourers, seamen, and tremen, t.ollapsed. The sailors out ob. work .o are houaeholdershave been freely em There are 60,000 weavers at .accles feld now unemployed. Sir Stafford Northcots has denied that there is truth in the rumor that there is to be a member of the Royal family resident in Ireland, or that the Duke of Connaught is to be the viceroy. It is feared that there will be- another famine in India. The black plague is spreading in Russia, especially in the village districts, on ac count of the terribly filthy condition in which Russian villages are allowed to re ma...

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FAILURE OF THE CORNISH BANK. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 21 March 1879

FAILURE OF THE vORaNISH BANK. The following particulars anent the fail- 1 ire of the Cornish bank will prove interest ing to many of our Cornish readers in this district. Usually the failure of a provincial bank makes but little impression beyond the lo cality in which it is situated, and this is specially true in ordinarily prosperous times. In the midst of a protracted monetary crisis, however, such an event communi cates a shock to the entire commercial com munity. This will account for the great unessiness produced by the collapse of the private bank of Miessrs Tweedy, ?Williams, and Co., having its head quarters to Truro, with branches at Falmoutb, Redruth, and Peuryn. It came after a series of similar di sansters in different parts of the country, and just when a cheerful view of financic' ..C fair was beginning to be-.:.ulged in. Throughout Corn wall thP .tect was calami tous in the extreme .ulc in London it. had for several da-ys depressing influence upon the StockExc1inge, ...

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A KELLY IMITATOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 21 March 1879

A KELLY IMITATOR. A daring assault was committed on the 12th inst. at Newcastle. A man who gave his nar-e as Wright, a sailor from Mel uulule, IttuU4 U UMSsr Vapper DrmUS ironmongery stores and requested tcr supplied with a revolver. After, served, evidently to his satisfaetio-' whs quired some cartridges. Thi?sn who supplied him, and the . asked for waited upon the " gentele'yece'~e d, payment. The demand .. One of the and the man ?ished'` assistant, came men." M?r Sim, tlvolver must be paid forward and aid .ter, having previously for, when the-ith one of the cartridges, loaded his ustol at Mr Sim's head, say presentedh ow I will pay for it. I a' ing, "I t," and at once snapped the trig Stevortunately for Mr Sim the cartridge geiot rammed home, or he would have a' wit.h his deannth. Assistance was at onc procured, and tlo man wai knocake iown in the shop, but not before he tried to ire another shot. The police were sent for, but it took four men to hold the miscreant jefore the bra...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 21 March 1879

It has : Cast tRACENS' . fHEAID : HOTEL; I Boun 'DOURI1E 4Tit.:ET. WE:i `,. j" door friom the Post; Uffice, Ilcliourne HIone - 1BradANAL E S B.EN V T T2I ThisgAING i dded 24 Dedrooms to his well He is Iknows Hotel. woud respectfully;in?ite .is old friends to give him a cill at-any Ricli the. visit the'letropoli-:" Ample and Thiit ccommidatio nn ld coiiifort, at reLseon Rih rates, I:lhs-antd all conveuience..fiar S ilies, _.3 . Not GAM'NAWtARRA No TB nind after this Datlo . 0IIH ' It.LTGO .? WORTiF' will colleotall Accountsdtlin .'?bore Mill, an no ..other7?leLcipt than }"will be recogni ed :: RIill orders addressed to aorve.T .IOLLING )!T)RTH will still contiiiue to receive prompt }Et-jn , "T. BUT Z A, S . rprietor. Sd OST, STOLEN, 1OR STRAYED. Tom p00hUND, this morni;in' imy Praddock, It h?klea tile Rtcecoiirse, a PONY, with Ve'lI and Bridle on. - Owner cani have him , i,?g ownership, and paying for this ,. ement. .T O0 Mtac.ILLAN. " ,Ua Lake, Korang, - %itl March 1i09. 73: ! 1 REW...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 21 March 1879

PROFESSIONAL. MR H. WRIXON,i SOLICITOR, &c., OF Tat 1UPREM.E COURTS OF VIOTORIA AND. NEW SOUTH WALES (SOLICITOR ron Trf SWAN HILL SuSmp. Couscn.), and a COMMISSIONER of thoe UPREMB COURTS Of Victoria, South Australia, & New Zealand, forTaking Affidavits, &c. OFFICE-PALL MALL, SANDHURST. Instructions can be left with Mr 0. . . Al brecht, Kerang. MR R. J. P. SULLIVAN SOLICITOR, &c., K ER AN G,. 1)ERPETUAL COMMISSIONER For taking: ? ~iKNOWLEDGEMENS OF MARP.RIED WOMEN, AND COMMISSIONER FOR TAKING AFFIDAVITS MRS A. SHELLEY, PUPIL OF MR. BUDDEE, BEGS to announce that shegives instruction on the Pianoforte, at her residence, Ke rang. Terms moderate. TRADE ADDRESSES. W, TAYLO R & CO., WHOL.nsALE AND RHEIL . GROCERS, TEA DEALERS, ANDL SEEDSMEN, PALL ,.MA.LL. SANDR -ST A NT T E D K N o W N GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES. Pianos; Organ.,&e. The cheapest house in Sandhort for cash. TERMS-ON TIME PAYMENT, WEEKLY Pianos, s ;COrgans, 4s; 8ewing Machines, ...

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[?] RIGINAL POETRY. THE M'NAB. A TRAGIC POEM. INTRODUCTION. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 21 March 1879

So17 RIGIN ?I?"POETRY. I doord THE.. M'NAB. d 4K A TAGIC POEM. INTRODUCTION. Sth I sing a song of recent days,: A song of blood and fire; Ssong of gold and policemen bold, To them I touch my lyre.' policeman hold name of MoNa,, i. At Swan Hill town did dwell, J Protecting of the local bank And people there as well. .At'Swan Hill punt one summer's night, '' ? + 'Nab on sentry stood, Determined for to sell his life r A@ldearly as he could. The air was cold, the shining stars With glittering, glimigerinr fgght, Looked gently down upoht M'Nab, As he patrolled by night. He thought of all the heroes bold, In giory and in song; He grasped his musket and he said "I wish they'd come along." Ie thought of mighty ones who'd died In the midst of wars' alarms; And though M'Nab had seen some years, Ile thought of ladies' charms. ??-?he'shining river flowed below riF 'Withmany a gentle sweep i; Its soothing murmurs very soon S.Put poor M'Nab to sleep. ."d .,,amt b SAnd then he dreamt--but what - b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 21 March 1879

---- --- - /BT liWAN1C T hED -P ' h ,,reuioccdinhSto 1.5 tlitathiiloiiugs :Cli 6 Cross and hc is naiiuni' g a''good y of UGencrni Drapery; 'Men and flog i - j t gntc pat rwixte t. ltbni lt hi+ mOt be iur a .COuntr, c(nstoinera Iill fiam.it theiij Iiuttintgeo to give hint t catl laLor sc 1a:t ''tog vlaewlheie. DOl ti~}n. Addrisi;ý'l hti 1iuiltithn Chaino_'ViO' a, S'-adhoikti 4; w GOVE1 N2IENT ..NOTICES. ,, ? SUPPLEMENTARY LIST FOR LOCAL LAND BOARD. A OCALLAND BOARD will e holden at the Court House, Kerang, on WED NESDAY, 26th MARCH, 1879, at 10. o'clock, a.m., to consider applications and other' matters. Applicaints must appear personally or by proxy, with permisoion from the'Sur veyor General. - VDiR 193K IC SECTIOD Y 73. James Phillips, 95a, Leachur,- WVest of. Leaghur. P .. 74. Richard Phillips, 30a, L20 eahur; south ofWaterman s 75. F. Livingston 320a, Leahiur coast of :6. Win. McGrovey, 3204, Dairtagookl, for-. (d blck ol E. Wheelecir. -N. S. Hailes, 140a, Afedning, fotfeited 0'...

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CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERANG TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 21 March 1879

* : CORRESPOMDENCE . 1.To TiIE EDiotiop'uEs KERAMa TIMES. SIR,--\With your kind permissiion I 'ould- beg a siimall space in your Scolumns _purposely to refer to an ap t plication made to the local land board I helda on the 27th February, and pre sided over by'MI r Watson the acting I District Surveyor. Ini the first place the. public have aiighlt to- know why the said application was entertained. A: previous one for the same ground being made by the. same person some iontlhs since, and recoimmeided by' the b oard, was pettitioiid against' by the. residents of the. township to the Minister of. Lands, who immediately refused to alleniate the said: lanri, as it had been gazerttd a timber reserve; and as such i ias required.for the use of the n.inhabitants of the township ,. notification of the same being sentto the local office by the Lands Depairt-: ment. A renewed applicatiorn.being again: maade,.:the. chairman again re commends the land in the face of' te' Minister's for'ner' decisi...

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CRICKET. THE SWAN HILL AND KERANG RETURN MATCH AT KERANG. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 21 March 1879

T-';''''''"^'''"CMC^S THE SWAN RiILID?kT, - )L RETUR??[TCH ATKERANG.., F or a long trie this match has been looked forward to with greatsinteresr not only by themembers of each club, but by the residenits-of each toivnshllip. It will be remiembered tha'tthe first inarch played between these clubs this seasoi %was at- SWian Hill, when'-th Kerangteam were victorious b he .did not btain such a victory then as 'on this ccasion It -is truethe Kerang teamh had every advantage :pbssible; theb had all their. bestvplayers around them, and everything that would tend to make them feel "confidentd6f a vic Story; ; while the Swan =ill liad equal disadvantages; but without a "doubt: there 'was some g6od cricket on -both sides"-. The fielding. of-the Swa,,n Hill team was excellent, while the batting of some members of the Kerang team was worthy of prais .. ... SThe game was fairly gtarted at half past twelve; the local team, captained by Mr Calvert, having won the toss, took the wickets. At first ...

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

By the steamer Suva we have received     our Fijian files up to the 20th February, from which we make the following ex- tracts : - The action of the Rev. George Brown in punishing the natives of the island of New Britain for their attack upon his Christian Fijian teachers employed there in missionary work has been investigated by Captain Von   Werner, of the German war corvette Ariadne, and Mr A. Weber, the German consul in New Britain. After investigation   upon the spot, Captain Von Werner most   heartily approves of the course adopted by the Rev. Mr Brown as one rendered im- peratively necessary the force of circum-   stances. He passes a high eulogium upon the "noble and courageous action which has created a deep feeling of sympathy in the heart as well of all Germans living there, as of those foreigners in German   employ," and concludes by tendering, "as the representative of his Majesty...

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DURHAM OX. March 18th. 1879. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 21 March 1879

DUR.TIAM OX. Ia FROe OUR d0iERS?5'Oý,E .) PI 1nm not enamored as to induloe in m te recreation of fighting shadows. I fi like to beqlite clear s to the bone Fies 13 zof-iny op eponent a nd the pr in n , wherefore we should contend. in tl repl ina to the ferocious attr cl f" A" prcit" am: not quite sure huethcr a it is not in violation of theseonlditions: s If the ett? be niot a sinister attempt- I to injure the individual whose cause it i 0profes to esouse, is an incompre- t1 lr? sible, rodctio, if't.he w ricr he fa' .af samplef olt. acber. friends,_ .'i he has cause to pray "rave me tru;I r fi.nds'i If Isere in the tecadser5s ,-_ ? ae. "- ' coiidusiei .-in .n aird:tothisnl this" If ".A Pirent" is seriOus'in thr.,.-.-, S_-n-- ci the I malking the charges ag?'nst ice i c apacity of "your corrcsiiendent li1 must be a very aragon y s.tupidity; and 'the coiniiiendatwim'o 'such 'ai d ie no.t'' test. mni : of a' ýery high charater in'thle' ;teschieer' fai?r" .' y advice to 'tliis "'i?rent...

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KOONDROOK. March 18th, 1879. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 21 March 1879

K NDOODR OOK:. It (Fuoax. oun owS CorrmsroNDENT.) March 16th, 1S79. The steamer Undaunted passed. here on the 12th inst, bound Jor the 11ur rumbidgee it is .presumed, ihere she will await the first rise.in the river to force her way up that stream. ".She had the misfortune to run ashore just . opposite our newly surv\eed township, I which detained her some .twelve or. fourteen. hours; .but witli the greya dawn she was to be seen furrowing the i placid Losn of -l the merry-sliding Murray. I regret to have to chronicle a serious accident that happened to Mr. James Hollingsworth, the manager of Mr. T. Buzza's Gannawarra Saw Mills. Mr. Hollingsworth was engaged dressing a piece of timber when an unperceived chip remaining on the back of the adze caused it to slip, coming in con- tact with his foot between the ankle joints, exposing to the view the upper and lower bones. Mr. Garsed, with   charactetristic kindness dressed the     wound, applied the ...

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