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The Kerang Times AND SWAN HILL GAZETTE. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. KERANG, MARCH 21, 1879. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 21 March 1879

AND SWAN HILL .GAZIETE... PO"BLinSED? ?wEEKL."'::? KERANG; ["A]ICHWll21, J79.. -steaier was sighted off Albany at.ten a.m.i yesterda-y. NEw- JOUdrvAL.-?\e have received a eoIpy' of ai-gev journal piublislhec at East Clhalton. The get up of tithe.paiier- hls '-lrosperous appearance---reading matter well arranged, and a fair sprinkling ol i:dvertiscnments.. The publication, re joices in the name of The Fr?-dea;ce. MAGISTERIAL ENQUIRY - An enquiry touching the death of H.M. Andrews,   was held at the Codmmercial Hotel, on Friday last. It seems the unfortunate gentleman had been suffering from that dread malady consumption for sometime. The fact that no medical gentleman had attended the deceased necessitated the holding of an inquiry. Evidence was given by Messrs. Myall, M'Leod, and Wakefield, when a verdict was returned that deceased died from phthisis. The deceased was a selector and was post- master at Tragowel. Tne KELLY SCARE.-- . rumor gol rife in Kerang, on 'fooiday...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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BEECHWORTH AGRICULTURAL SHOW. BEECHWORTH, Thursday week. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 28 March 1879

BEECHWORTH AGRICULTURAL SHOW. BEEcnWORTr, Thursday week. The first show of the Beechworth Agri cultural and Horticultural btciety proved the greatest success of the season. Th. weather was glorious, and the show, both in point of exhibits and attendance, ex ceeded expectations. The show was di vided into two parts, the agricultural de partment on the racecourse, where stock. poultry, dlogs, farm and dairy produce were shown. Fine yards were erected, and the arrangements were excellent. There was a good show of horses and cattle, a;so dogs. The horticultural scction was held in the Town-hall, and annexo in the gardens. This also was a great success. 'There were over 700 exhibits. The horti culturalshow and show of fruit, flowers and vegetables has' never been equalled in the district. The hall and annexe were beauti fully arranged. In the agriciltiural depart ment were 500 entries. Altogether, about 3500people visited the show. In the even ing the town-hall and gardens were illltni n...

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EAST LODDON SHIRE COUNCIL. FRIDAY, March 21st. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 28 March 1879

EAST LODDON SHIRE COUNCIL. Fi IDY Marcli 21st. wil The usual monthly meeting of the East poi Loddon Shire Council was held yesterday. val Present: Ors. Coutts (president), 'Hardy, bol Letblean, Gill, Pentreath and Potter. A Minutes of list meeting read and con- dr firmed. th connEsPoENfruJCE. be Fromi Government Scatist, in resending W in. Government statistics; received. be From' Arnold and 'Jackson, forwarding lis directory. la *From J. G. Starr, engineer of Shire of lh KIorong, in re bridge; received. th From Borough of Warnambool, in rv so grocers' colonial wine licenses; received. I From Shire of Echuca, in re conference th re bridge at U itianmo; received. . th From Sandhiurst Easter Fair.Committee tt soliciting co-operation of council, and aski- ms ing for delegate to be sent, received, and h, letter to be sent regretting communication tr received too late for action: ti From Board of Health, enclosing form is Sto be filled in and returned; received. Froim Inglewood Hospital ...

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THE BANKS AND THE SELECTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 28 March 1879

THE BANKS AND THE SELECTORS. The Age, reviewing a recent article in the Argus dealinig with the existing de pression and its causes, writes :--The vital question lwhich this correspondlence naturally gives rise to is, are the banks re presented by the journal referred to when it proclaims that. advances to selectors and farmers is outside " their legitimate busi ness ?" If such were the case-but we believe that it is not-it would become a matter of serious importance as to how the Government should deal with the banks. The selectors are a large bodyin the State: as a rule, they are amongst the hardest worked class of men in Victoria, They have to exercise immnense patience, to live during their first few years as settlers al miost from hand to mouth, and it is mainly owing to their efforts that the country it being rapidly transferred fues a huge sheep walk into an agricultural colony, second to none among the dependencies W the British Crown. A peculiarly try ing season in some of ...

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The Kerang Times AND SWAN HILL GAZETTE. PUBLISHED WEEKL[?] KERANG, MARCH 28, 1879. MUNICIPAL ENDOWMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 28 March 1879

* ArD Ssvawr. HILL GAZerrE. t PUDLISiED WEEiLT d . tERANG, IARClI 2S, 1879.' ti S MUNICIPAL ENDOWMENTS, ATiESTIO is being drawn throughout the colony td the question of endow ments to local governing bodies, as it t is one of those that must be dealtwith i by Parliament during the coming ses- i sion. As the law at present stands, the amount paid by the Government I is for boroughs, one pound; and for shires two pounds for every pound col- t lected. This subsidy, having been in force for over twenity years, termintates at the end of the present year. This will be the means of compellinig mnany of the local bodies either to abar.taon a considerable amount of tl Ir pro jected public works, or rese.,rt to an in crease of rates. Neithser of these pro positions are de-,rable. Seeing the inevitable res;,lt that must fall on the ratepayery by the withdrawal of this subsiy, a conference ofldele ates from ihe various local bodies throughout the coloay was recently held in Melbourne, and after...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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FAILURE OF A SPECULATIVE PRIEST. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 28 March 1879

FAILURE OF A SPECULATIVE PRIEST. Considerable consternation has been ex perienced in certain circles of society by the rumored sudden departure of the Rev. George WV. Leeming, Roman CatholicI priest, who for some years past has been one of the city's most energetic speculators. The reverend gentleman is about thirty-five years old, and since his arrival here, some. eight or nine years ago, has largely invested in building and buying properties in the metropolis. When he landed lie was pos sessedl of seversil thousands of pounds, and with this he speculated, and also witllh his sister's fortune-some L2O,000. Among S the many properties ibuilt by the reverend gentleman may be mentioned the Imperial Hotel, at Mount Victoria, which cost L20,000 ; also twenty-one first-class resi dences in Ocean street, \Voollahra, whichl cost upwards of L1000 each. His own residence at Woollahra cost more than - L2000: At Moore Park hlie built twenty four good houses. All the above proper ties are mortg...

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND, KERANG. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 28 March 1879

CHURCH or ENGLAND, KIERANG. This church is now approaching com pletion, and the Rev. H. Tucker, who was lately in Kerang, having stated that the Right Rev. the Bishop of Melbourne was arranging a tour through the portion of the shire in Ihis see, attempts are being made, and it is confidently hoped I with success, to induce his lordship to extend his visits across his border into Kerang, to assist in opening the church: An invitation has, we understand, been s:nt to his lordship the Bishop of Bal larat to be present and preside at the opening, which, unless something not anticipated intervenes, will take place on Sunday, 20th April. A large commtittee of ladies and gentlemen has been formed, and every effort exerted to do honor to the occasion. A tea meeting and con cert on the evening of the 19th, and choral services on the 20th, form the programme. Without any attempt at extravagance or show, we can safely say that both by its size and structure, tihe building will be an ornament ...

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SELECT POETRY. YES OR NO! [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 28 March 1879

SELECT POETRY. YES (IR NO! - Shall I answer him Yes or answer him No, -Bright stars, when he comes to-night, WVith his pleading voie arid his eyes agloiw WVith the fervour of love's soft light? 'Pale moon, with your silvery how, Pray listen and gudo moe nright Shall I answer lhim Yes or answer him No When he pleads-for my love to-night? Soft winds with your musical song Oh, hark to my cry 'era you go! HIe has loved me so truly, and loved me so long, Shall Ianswer him Yes or no o Sweet roses with bosoms of snow Unveiled to the soft moonlight, Sh:Jl l answer him Yes or answer him No, VWhen awep ause by your side co-aight ? Shy heart, with your tremulous sigh, And secret none other may know, Now tell me truly, here runder the sky, Shall.I answer him Yes or No? Ah ! his step on the sea-washed shore Ilas set all my pulses aglow, And I thinlr, shy heart, I can waver no more, But will answer him Yes, not No. M. D.

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 28 March 1879

GOVEiRA'JTE N GAZEIT'S. The following information is taken from last week's Gazellet/:- Four acres have been reserved in the parish of Loddoie as a site for State school purposes. Applications for licenses approved : AUnder section 19: Julia O'Mlara, 132a3, Gunbower; Sarah Cruikshank,l 320a, Budgeruim West; W. Iloulehan, 321. Murrabit; J. H-Iowarth, 220a, QnuaniLba took. Under-section 47 : S. F. Hulkes, rural store, 2a, Kerang. Applicatiuns under the Land A4ct not granted :-J. E. Payne, 67a, Havanumi: T. Lee, 247a, CGunbower; Ellen ltyan, 32O0a, Guniowcr. The following revoked licenses will he opei for selection on and and after 4th April next, at nine a.m.:-T. Wood, 320a, Tragowel; .J. Hancock, 319a, Murrabit; Harriet L Hancock, 319a, 3Iurrabit; Bessie Hancock, 319a, 31ur rabit; A. Hutchinson, 320a, 1hhdgerun. \West; Jaine Cooper, 320a, Murrabit. Applications. for leases approved WV. Rattiay, 310a, Bael Bael; J. Cad daye, 112a, Terrick Terrick East; J. Farrant, 320a, Coliuna; C. F....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 28 March 1879

LOST, STOLEN, )1 STmALED. FO U ND! flt'ND a WATCII and CIHAIN now. in 2 .the pOssession of Constable O'Donnell. Owner can have same by paying for the ' advertisement. 749 £1i REWARD! LOST, hout three weeks ago, Bay Saddle MIARE, lrandcd B on near shoulder. Above reward will lie paid on restoration to Chatles Seaton, Cannawarra. 747 ONE APOUND RtAARDJ. LOST or STOLEN from the flak of ViU loris, Kerang, a White GRIEYHOUND BITCI; brown pitch side offace; answer to the name of' Flr.'" Above reward will be .paid on delivery; any person detaining her after this notice will be proeccete.. 732 H. FIIANCIS. STRAYED into my Paddock, Spotted Red and White teter, ( off iump. Fed steer. white face, ino brand viiltle. Will be sold in a month, if not claimed and expenses p 0id.. 1 ])ý._ TIOISDU FFX, felecters' Rest Hotel. 5 74 I'Nyasmi. LOST. r . HEAD OF CATTLF, near Tragowel ) Swaimp,branded JKG (JK conjoined) onribs, milking side. Finlder rewarded on giving information to Hr. Wood, Trigowel, or ...

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PECULIARITIES OF THE ENGLISH ROYAL FAMILY. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 28 March 1879

PECUIIARITIEg. OF THE ENGLISI1 IROYAL FAMILY. ThioLondon correspondent of the Chicago .Tournal :writes:-kYou will be surprised to hear that the marriage to take place ibetween the -ExiKing of. Hanover and the Prinicess Thcyra of Denmark cou!d not be solemnized without th; consent of Qicen Vict iiiiic , and that such consent has recently bIeen declared under th.e great eal of Great Britairi. The Ex-King, or more correctly tie would have been Kicg of Hainorer, if IHanover had not been wiped off the.European slate by -Ger many, is a member of the royal famnily of Great Britain, and is Duke of Cumberland in the British peerage. To the manrriage of the humiblen. memcber of the royal royal family thinconsent-of the reignint monarch must be.obtainedl or else such marrinage is not legal, and the issuc of it illegitimate.. Hienee tice children of tlie prc sent Duke of Cambridge; though iheir mother is as good a woman as ever lived, airesimiply Iastards. The cruelty of this arrangement has be...

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SETTLING AN AGENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 28 March 1879

6cTLtsa As AoENTr.-The Skinner's Com pany has large estates in Ireland, most of which, in the opinion of the guild, are let at very inadequate rents. The expenses of the company having increased with ite general increase of prices, the members of the guild put their heads togptlher-in other words had a board meeting-and resolved to raise the rents of their Irish estates. An agentr was at once despatched to Ireland to see howv matters stood, and quietly break the news to the tenants. I' is first proceeding was to summon the tenants to a meeting, and then, with all the seductive eloquence at his command, he dwelt upon the increased cost of every necessary of civilized life and gradually broached to thiem the views of tihe lionher a Company with regard ro its rents. He sat down, satisfied that there was no puaswer to his convincing logic. One of the tenants at once rose, and with a blandness which -one looks in vain for out of Paddy land complimented the agent on his speech. "I agree w...

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A TIGER HUNTIN A BOTANICAL GARDEN. [ASIAN, 21ST JANUARY.] [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 28 March 1879

ere are ITIGEEHUNTIN A. BOTANICA by GARDEN. es- 0 i [Assa, [ 15T JAa iur.] M- On Monday, Gth January, two tigers ,tvfrom the ex-king of Oudh's p:dlaee at ot Garden peach, Calcutta, escaped front their cage, a keeper having incautiously I ill left the door open when cleaning it. ut One was shortly after killed in the he palace grounds by a superintendent of or police, tlhe other swain across the river ry and landed near the ghat in the Bota r nical Gardens. Shortly after landing lie he knocked down and mauled Mr Bier a man, one of the European assistants; it he then immediately returned to his e- lay and remained in the gardens all e day. Owing to the presence of Stripes Sin the gardens various picnic parties se had to return withoutlanding, and one which foolishly insisted on landing was soon obliged to beat a retreat. To wards nightfall the brute was heard al giving tongue near the great banynn at tree, and shortly before daybreak it I e killed two bullocks in a small clearing of a...

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EN LISH SOCIETY FIFTY YEARS AGO. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 28 March 1879

EN LISII SOCIETY FIFTY YEARS AGO.D Duelling ainil initiiiepanca were appa. rently tCo of thie distinctions of an aiistocrat lBroughlams brother iwas killed in a duel Wellington was Priae Minister :en lihe challenged lord Wi nchelsean in 8S29; Grattan foughlt a duel on the day of his election in 1000; Sir A. Boswell was lilledl in a duel in '822' 0 Connell bad killef hlis mani; ,ilnl the practice of duel ig wnas alsoi frequent among litera y men. limt sait would Sir Wilfrid Lawsion and his fiends havei said of tihe drulnkeniness whichl prevailed at the tegin Wing of the present century? Men vied with each other in hard drint inlg, and the custoni was prevalent in almost all ranks and con ditions of society. The 'rince 1:egent in viced the Dulke of Norfolk to dinner for the espress purpl se of tsakirg himi drulnk; and the Dtukeot York made a practiceof drinkiig I six bottles of claret at a sitting. 'IThe claret must have been considerably better than much of that of our own day, or th...

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CORRESPONDENCE. TIMBER RESERVES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERANG TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 28 March 1879

CORRESPONDE\CE. TIMBER liESEIVI S. To THE EoDTroR or TrHe KE5. Ti 3n,-With your permission I o like to draw attention to the fact as the plains in this district are nearly all selected, the tinber l the west of the Loddon will becll is available for selection, l shortly all be tlaken up..or us for a moment consider means. First, it means tiat will shortly have to sgo sana. firewood, causiig ore tlolss5' 1 money. secondly, what idry! this have on our naturallydy r All learned men agree o n timber decreases, so dces ai and also that man was not n a desert5 but in i forest, ago a Sta . , , , n use r an emporaaily reserved, on the Na cf the Laddon; and if I have not is misinformed, some of it has been , plied for, and recommended to L granted. - Now, sir, it is no use goin, to.the trouble of getting up n petitio to have a reserve proclaimed if at thk next board the land is reconsnen'ded. What we want is unity, to get these forests perimnently reserved. If 4 meeting wans held in Kerang, ...

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FLOATING THE LOAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 28 March 1879

FLOATING TUE LOAN. Referring to the loan question, the iWagga Wagga Advertiser remarks:- " The success.which has attended the float in of ithe Victorinn loan cannot fail to. prove gratifying to all Australians, what ever part of the continent they may hap- tl pen to be domiciled in. It proves one a thing--that whateverintestinetroubles may li occur in some of the provinces making up U the grolup of colonies, the Britilsh capitalist has greater faith in our ability and willing- c ness to redeem our monetary obligations n than he has in any other country in the 1 world . It was confidently asserted l that ai embassy composed of two such men t as Mesars Berry. and Pearson would bring t such ridicule on the colony that not only i would London financiers refuse to have any dealings with them, but the credit of the colony would also suffer serious injury. The very amount which might he reckoned on in the depreciation in the present Vic torian loan was estimated, and the loss that would en...

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BANEFUL, PLANETS. FOUR OF THEM TO MAKE JOINT ASSAULT ON HUMAN LIFE—GREAT NEWS FOR THE DOCTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 28 March 1879

BANEFUL PLANETS. totr Or TLEM TO MAKE JOINT ASSAULT es fIAUUALIFE-ORE AT NEWS ]'OR I4DOCTORS. r t here is anything in " astrological the *y, we are approaching one of CtOt pestilentina periods of the 'thistory. Since the comnmence. sf th the Christian era the perihe!iti rs g f great planets of the solar i Jupiter, Uranus, Saturn, and 11tl-iave not.been coincident. la"about to occur, and, in tihe D }q,, lr Knapp who has traced ti l the greiesia epidemics ificted the human race L a4 of theseplanets, there I "1ýd4 -la doe heory is that when one e large planets is nearest Stemperature and condi acplhcre are so disturbed rious vicissitudes, ter ,roloniged draughts, etc., tihe destruction of crops, e :among human beings anitnalo. liaS collected a mass of ta, all going to show that data have always been ;nusual mCetality, an-d that I death hare in;ariably I with the planets in pert . n same time. The revolu :iter round the sun is ac nii a little less than towele turn, in a little less than...

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DRILLING SQUARE HOLES BY CIRCULAR MOTION. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 28 March 1879

DRILLING SQUAKdE fHOLlES BY OIROU L&R MOT'ION. 1Mr Julius Hall, of Chancery Lane, has really succeeded in devising a method of boring "an absolutely square hole with an, ordinary carpenter's brace, and that, too, with a rapidity which is really marvellous -quite as quickly, in fact, as an ordinary hole can be bored with the same brace in the usual manner. By replacing the com- I manon brace by an ordinary hand drill stock,. Mr Hall can with equal facility put a 1 inch to 1l inch square hole thlrough a thick piece of brass, copper, iron, or steel,. and that,too, with such accuracy that the subse quent finislhingof tlhe lhole is entirely unne cessary. It is not surprising that this square hole drill formed one of the inostattraclive novelties at the Paris Exhibition, and se curedithe recognition of the jsdgea in the award of a silver inedal.to the ingeniooq inventor. The utility of. the invention is only surpassed in its simplicity, the while secret of the; invention consistin...

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DURHAM ON. March 26th, 1879. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 28 March 1879

DURHIAM OX. (rao oUar. owT COSRSPa. March 2Gth,1Si9. Notwithstanding the comparative failures of the past three seasons our selecltors appear to have adoptedXit desperandum for their motto, and rith few exceptions they are busy plouuing and sowing in hope of a prosarous season. In some instances largcareas will be put under crop thani any previous season. It is a Yerseneral opinion that the coming seas will be more favorable for cultirao, an( this opinion is based on the ?erience of thr1 well-informed perage, "the oldest inhabitant," whichk to the effect that, when rain bi: say late in April, when the su Ilost for a time his parching po .ecry drop that falls is of benefit, ly to the newly sown grain but the grass. May the brightest. a tions of a sorely-tried class be , and pros perity once again be 'cneed in the district. Tlche interest-exci .he doings of the- Kelly gang h place in a great measure. t w5 of the Embassy. Rarel district has such interest be in political matters, as at ...

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ANOTHER FATAL RAILWAY [?]CCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 28 March 1879

ANOTI[6'Iýý1;f t, 1CCI'iDA1LVAY Alnothe 1 accde fStawrell 2rs1a1u r oanr night. gkee lpa I,~arn ke pt tl 8ate 'aealm l atnrda Mk ey t thle Place ilte, from Ss' left ,is abot r nla and r f r ie P0ymie Sthe w G f te rp0 at thetctt teas Th. s~ecal Aoodls to" x sel 'Li of Wife foli. 1 a t Ul hu7nd i O1Ier 1 put upon a troll on as Foss "ant Orreic u Yanrl o, Lu N }ing tljL* Jl lOspj ran~ ~ It a taetia~ouee Lead" I p O~2 fractre tJJct tin. "Hissingtrnd and S Lflahnre st reod het mar1e 8 tre top8 lhli s"so Ping lit aneori .' for tieo tthoCe,Vitt nsr"

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