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ARRIVE OF THE CALIFO[?] [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 28 March 1879

ARRIN OF THE CALIFO --o We have re:eived by tiles and correspondence., mail. The intelligeucCe . English papers has, hov pated by the files brou Elder. The following telegraphic news compiler- dent at San Francisco: GREAT BRI.1 The light sentences ticials of the City of GIn- some surprises Mr Juný passing sentence, sail circumstsnces that the:: falsified accounts for benefit, but for the mi was for the public good. The ministerialjourna, Government will not at Irish State University gramme will be cnlin. internal interest: Thbi will be the criminal c lacal government. Rowell, the Cambrid.:, London for New York.: conteting the pecldeat. with O'Leary. The'l Privy Connucil portation of A.nirr n.n of disease. Canaia r_. The flagship Ihtllie been badly diaminget I' The supply of o mei. land is unprecedonitedl Major-Generals Cra and Marshall have Cape. FRAI Monsignor Desprezs, louse and Narbomnsu vi_ a cardinal. Henri Dauniier, caricatts also, Princess Caroline wi Lucien Murat. The heirs ...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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KELLY IMITATOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 28 March 1879

KELLY IMITATOR. A man of about forty years of age named Thomas l. owsey, was brought up at the Sandhurst court on Monday on a charge of y being drunk and disorderly. He pulled c a long face and pleadedguilty. It appeared o from the evidence of Mir Isaac Lloyd, pub lican, of Hargreaves street, that on Satur day night at 12 p.m. the prisoner walked into the. bar, and desired to be supplied with some eatables. Witness who was the only person in the bar at that time re- t marked it was very late, and that all were in bed except himself, but he would supply him with some bread and cheese and some cold meat and pickles, if needed. To this prisoner readily replied that the-eatables would do. He (witness) procured the bread and cheese, &c,and brought it to the prisoner, and put it on the counter before him, which he seemed to relish very much. After devouring the greater part of the good things provided, he said rbruptly, "I am Steve Hart, Ned Kelly's mate, don't be' afraid while I ...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 28 March 1879

DEATH. On the 13th inst, at his residence Girvan Lea, Tragowel, of consumption, after an illness of six years, Hugh Millar Andrews,   youngest son of the late Walter Andrews, Esq., Union Bank of Scotland, Girvan, and brother to David Andrews, banker and solicitor, Girvan, Ayrshire, Scotland, aged 35 years. Deeply regretted. He fell asleep in Jesus.

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AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 28 March 1879

AGRIOULTUURAL NOTES.: -The buyers of potatoes for seedpurposes will require to be carefuil that the common W potato griib be riot introduced. " Thera- "n vages of this grub appearito be extending ins both in New Zealand and South Australia. pre A. correspondent to an Adelaide paper evi draws attention to a paragraph concerning 'pe2 the potato grub, which appears to have thi been very destructive this season in the oc0 Wellingtona distriot, New Zealanid, and he thu believes that the pest has been also estab: ha lished amoag the potato crops near Ade-.: ne laide. "' Last season," he writes, "we thi lost the produce of fifteen rods of ground wi through it ravacges, and this season, I am th sorry to say, about fifty rods.. Last year as I enclosed :onie of the grubs in a box until asl they changed first intothechrysalisstate and w, then into a small brown moth,very similar to de the cloth moth :the last change was shabout cc midsummer. . Where does the moth deposit T her eggs? was the ne...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 28 March 1879

In December, 1877,. large tiumbers of Californian salmon fry were placed in the waters of the Upper Yarra, and on Sunday and Ionday, the 9th and 10th inst., a very large shoal of fish of a species never before seen in the river were observed by ecores of people passing under Johnston street bridge at Studley Park.: Frmom inquiries made there is every reason to believe that they are the Californian salnionon their way to the sea. On the 20th inst a prisoner was discharg ed from -Pentridge who h'as memorable antecedents in a militaryv areer. In early life he entered the 10th Hussnars, and form ed one of the 000 who clharged the Rus slian batteries on the 22nd October, 1854. Ho was present at nearly all the engage ments-in the Crimen, and received several severe wounds. After returning from the battllefield he went bacic to render assistance to one of-his coinmrades, when he reesired a shot in-his leg, which remains.in it now. IIe was a well-conducted man while in pri on.-Ag~; -

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MR BERRY'S KNIGHT HOOD [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 28 March 1879

MR BERRY'S KNIGE a£ HOOD The Sydney Eveoning Neive writes:-The rumour that Mr Berry is about to receive the honorof knighthood will probablyr be re ceivedl by the well-to-do classes in Victoria: Lo with a . storm of indignation and ridicule. Pr( It will be represented that this has been the Lel end and aim of his political labours, and was the especial object of his Embassy, and fSri it will be industriously circulated that he is thereby false to his democratic principles. He will be unfavourably contrasted. with 'in Mr'Francis, who is understood to have de clined the honour which his sovereign of- dii fered him on the ground that it was un suited for such a democratic community IR as that of Victoria. The classes who think Mir Berry an incarnation of evil, a real'ev- gr istant Mephistopheles, will regard the ac tion of the Secretary for the Colonies, in re advising his sovereign to confer a distinc tion on the Victorian Premier, as a disgrace- so to the British Government, and the ...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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OMISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 28 March 1879

OMrssIoaN.--ii referting to the death a of the late. 3P1 Andrews in our last t issue, wd stated "' he had not lbeezi at- a tended by diiy medical man." We should a have added, . immediately preccding his a death." The late gentleman's illness has extended over several years, aC's I duitin that time he has been attended I by several medical men. bot1 here and in Scotland. Amongst those who at tended him ,wers ;Jrs. Gnst, Frazer, Rastrick, aura fark, but as a certificate could unt -be obtaiied from either of these acntlemen in time for the burial, a ." aistrate's lhad to be obtained. AcibroN Sax: -Mr A. C. Bayly notifies elsewhere; that he will sell, on I Monday next, 31st inst., itn the-estate of the late Angus 31 Intosh, a lot of stock, dnays aund larness, implements, &c., &c. Sm VETHLit. -During the past week the weather has been beautiful and fine, with an anlmost entire absence of dust, which { is rather an exceptional feature in Kerang." Tlic presenit weather is ...

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STOCK REPORTS. Sandhurst, March 25. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 28 March 1879

STOCK RREPORTS. o Santurst, March 25. , Messrs J. O; Walker and Co report.-Fat a Cattle.-717 yarded. For anything go d the a demnsd was brisk at prices fully equal to last week, butinferior and store qualiti s metadull c sale at reduced rates. We quote best quality U bullocks .£6 to £X7 Us, medium £5 to £5 15s, t best cows to £5, good to £G 5s. others to £4 t 10s. We sold ll1 at ma-'et rates. FatOalves. f -42 yarded. Wo sold 11 at from 25s to 40s. Fat Sheep.-5709 yarded, mnstly inferior and stores. The demand for good sheop was brisk i at late rates, stores also ruled about the same. I We quote good quality wethers 8s Gd to 10s me dium 7s to,8s, good quality owes 7s 6d to 9a 6d, medium 6s to 7s. We have sold 217 at market rates. Messrs Powers, Rutherford, and Co. report: - at Cattle-Our sales were201 head,at quo tations, which are-bullocks £5l10 to £8 10s, cows £4 to £7. Fat Oalves.-Wo sold drafts from £1 to t1 10s. Fat Sheep.-Wo quote wethers 7s 6d to 12s, ewes Gs to 10s, stores lo...

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

WANTED. ,AVnTE` D `IX JIIf.CHI COWS, Aplil. to A. C. ayly, lierang. -.7t51 W ANTED RKNOWN' That W.H. DOWER l has removed to No. 5 Bath LBuildings C!araing Cross, and he is maiking a good dlisplay of General Drapery, Men s and Ioy a lothling at such pricts that cantiot be sur passed. Coulntiy customers will lind it their nadlvantage, to give him a call lifore purchis ing elselwhere. Note the-Address:- 5 lath Buildings, Charing Cross, Sandhurst. NOTICES. I PJIIIC lIMEETING will be held t A el p'sDuam.Os Hotel, onstorday the mth April at Two p m.; fortle Electioni ofT'lrustces for landl reserved for recreative purposes at Durham Ox .e753 KERANG MECHANICS' INSTj TUTE & FREEE LIBIRARY. 'T'ENDERS will be Received up to APRIL S22nd for the erection of the aborc Building I The lowest or any tender not necessarily I accepted. Plans and SpeciScations can be seen at the office of. ASHER ELLIS, 75G Hon. Secretary. ( SARACENS' HEAD HOTEL, DIOURKE STRLET, WE T, A few doors from the Post C...

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COMMERCIAL. WOOL AND HIDE REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 28 March 1879

COMlEROIAL WOOL ANDI HIDE REPORT.;;: R. Goldsborough and Co's last monthly circular gires the follow ing prices current: `-Greasy-Inferior, od to6d.; ordsnatry.tO averagc, d to 9d, good .to siupcrior, iOd toa is.. .Fleece, washed--Inferior, is Ato~is 2d; ordinary to ,average, is Isd to Is 4d; r avsrante'o gond, is:4d~to f~-7d-; sopcriorol is Sd to 2s. Scoured -'Inferior, Is to is 2d; ordiniary,;s 2d to is 4d; middling to g tood, o i4dto s Gd; superior, is 7d to is 0d hheepskius.-We lire disposed of an'averago supply at our regular auction sales at about similar rates to those lately ruling. the local I scourers being tic p insipal purchaseis. We qnote:-Dry sta~ion skins. 3d to 5d pLr lb;: superior do, Sd to 6d pir lb; dry s ins, 3s to 4Is , achl. In consequence of the preponder I ance of crossbreds, butchers' pelts are nut selling quite so freely,Vand we isotice ai de-I cline of fill y 2d to 3d pr skin for tLese sorts..I Good quality meruino flocks are in better slemand, add we have...

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

'ROFESSIONAL. or H. WRIX O N, SOLICITOR, fc., OF TIlE 101'T RM1E COURTS OF VICTORIA AND or T NEW SOUTH WALES jBuIS TI(TOrrot POR TUE SWANR HELL BOUT Srne. CouxciL), nd na von IhISSIONER of theSUPREM1S COURTS F CoU ictoria, South An tralia, & New Zealand, o th, for Talking Afidavits, &c. uthLasy aing ICE-PALL MLALL, SANDIIURST. M tructions can be left with Mr. C. E. Al -it, Ker.n : .{ . J. P. SU LLIV AN ' i. S S O L I C I T O l l , & c . , - OLI K F It A N G, 1 RPEUTAL COMMISSIONER UAI For taking TN.)WLEDGEHRENIS OF MLLERIED WOMEN, aGI Os per ijGQIMISSIONER FOR TAXING AFFIDAVITS " a' '` S A. SHELLEY, 've OF MR BTUDDEE, TEroa "Jannounce that she give instruction on the Pinanoforte, at her residence1 Ke rang. Terms moderate. - TRADE ADDRESSES. W, TAYLOR & CO., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS, TEA DEALERS, AND SEEDSMEN, PAl.L MALL SANDInstrST. W AN T ED KN OWN GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES. The cheapest house in Sandburst for cash. 4 iaos, Organn,&c. TER...

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

IM3POUNDIlNGS 1 .EcutcA.-Impounded. on Gth Mlarch, by W Hlay-Trespass Id Brown horse, switch tail, star and stripe, saddle and collar marled, shod fore feet, W over 39 (square-topped 3) near shoulder, P off shoulder On 8th March, by It Duthie-Trespass Id Bay pony mare, switch tail, white girth mark, white spot on top of rump and near side wither, very faints brand like 0 over 1-' or III near shoulder If not claimed and expenses paid, to be sold on 9th April 1370 G Jamisen. poundheeper, IwGLSVOOD -Impounded at Inglcwood,.by Ar. P. FIynn-lied cow, white face, white on back, belly, and tail. Dock horns, l1 near ;tbs, H off rump; red bull calf, white on Iack. progeny of preceding; red steer, grizzly face, AB near rump; red steer, stargy horps, white spot off shoulder, inldescriable brand near ribs; red bulll; calf, point off off eilr, If off rump; white heifer calf, dark spots about neck Tlike LS (hook S) near rump . lBy Herds man of ng 'ewood Borough Common-Straw be ry helfer point off...

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ABOUT TOWN. "While otbers toil with philosophic force, My nimble nonsense takes a lighter course." —B[?]RON. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 28 March 1879

ABO1JUT TOWN. "While otlers toil witlh philosophic force, 31y niiuble nonserse takes a lighter course." -Braoe. 'Perhaps. I ought to apologise for again appearinug before the public after such a long absence. I am, however, in a cynical mood at present, and quite indifferent about offering any tangible excuse for aganin troubling the editor first, and if it pleases hlim, the public afterwards. 31y nim is to do good, and if in the past any of my scribb lings have been the means of correct inlg any error, intentional or otherwise, my labours nave not been in vain. Possibly some of my efforts may havre disturbed the equanimity of one or two, but there can be no doubt a little chastening will do them good; and though it may sometimes Ihappen my remarks hre taken as if intended as personal, my endeavour has been to write at the abuse. . One would scarcely magiune in tra versinig ttroisghout the length nid breadth of the shire that a social earthqualke hlds been at Work, and that we aree ...

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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 28 March 1879

NEWS AND NOTES. O. One of the most distressing accidents OF which too frequently occur from the in cautions use of kerosene (states the St. tiles Arnaucd Times) happened at Marno, on mai: Tuesday evening, 11th inst. It appears Eng that on the occasion of the present casualty pate the wife of Mr Richard Taylor, a selector Eld living at 1marnoo, was pouring kerosene tele out of a small can on to a low fire for the den purpose of reviving it, when the fluid be come ignited, the can exploded, and Mrs Taylor's clothes were set in; a blaze. Mr Taylor was about thirty yards from the Heir house, and seeing the blaze rushed back and son threw a blanket round his wife, and with p the aid of this and some water, succeeded' c in extinguishing thie flames, but not until fills Mrs Taylor had been severely hurned on ben several parts of the body, and also cut with was the broken pieces of the can. Their baby was not far off, lying on the floor at the Got time, but escaped uninjured. Thle victin Ir...

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LOCAL LAND BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 28 March 1879

of LOCAL LAND BOARD. got -I TieLocal Land Board, conistin" of Messrs ;r_ Geo- It,. Vatson, Lund Olice, H. Taverner, ce " and V ..Irwin, ., sat, at the ourt toar on Irdnesojay last, and disposed of is the following appliations - PC+ D at. 19TIs SECTION. - er Wm..Anderson sell" 320x, Castle Donning er ton, adjoining Win. Anderson, jour. he rs commended lIr e. Anderston,junr 307, Castle Donning ton, north of Fenlon.. lecommended. 1C Caroline Burton, 320a, Castle Donnington, n orth-of William Andcrson, senr. IRecom It mende d. d pn cd. Sarah L. Burton, 320a, Castle Donniohton, east of Rabert R laeo ings. Recommended. nWalter Fithl, 1l0as, Castle Dnntbngton, oa olf J Walker. Recomimended. William Ireland, 215a, Castle donniapton forfeited b'lock of Owen Trainor. oecooa s mended t William Guy, 171a, Iloort, forfeited block bf If. Beane. Na appearance; deferred, W. HeJ. Dntian, 320a, Leaghur, north of R. SDunstano. Rcommended. John Schulz, lioa, Lodloe, forfeited blockc jof John Itartarey....

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. Sandhurst, Thursday, 6.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 28 March 1879

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS] Sandhurst, Thursday, 6.30 p.m. The Exhibition was a great success to-day. There are a great many strangers in the city; about 500 at present in the Exhibition. A large number is expected to-night. There is a brilliant display of exhibits. Constable"Muhleron, who died sud denly at Golden Square yesterday, was buried to-day. The police followed the remains to the grave in uniform A boy named Anderson had his skull fractured near the Exhibition last night. He was teasing a rifleman, who hit him with the stock of his gun. The boy was taken to the hospital, and had two pieces of borie removed front his skull. He is not expected to live. The rifle man was arrested, and brought up at the Police Court to-day, and remanded foi a week. - Judge Noel is very ill. The autumn show of the Bendigo Agricultural Show takes. place to morrow; it is likely to be a success. It will remain open for two days. No news of the Kelly gan...

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A VESSEL ABANDONED. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 4 April 1879

A VESSEL ABANDONED. An Argus telegram from Sydney says, the Lours, which arrived on Monday, on passing Wilson's Promontory at half-past 3 n.m. on Saturday, saw the barque Suffolk, from Portland to Sydney, showing signals of dis tress. She sent a boat off, and found that the vessel had lost her rudder during the night,in rough weather. The Leura got two hawsers on board, and proceeded at 9 a.m. to tow the vessel into port. At 6 p.m. the wind freshened from the S. E., with a nasty swell, and the barque yawing from side to side, both ropes parted. The Leura then sent a boat.anc brought away the captain and'crew of 'thb'Suffolk;who thought it un safeto remain longer with her. The Leura remained with thbe :essel till 10 p.m., when tlih-wind nid WagXi i-regasing7, she resumed her voyage)

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AN EXTRAORDINARY DIVORCE SUIT. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 4 April 1879

AdV EXTRAORDINARYVd DI 'ORO If SUIT. .One of the most sensational divorce cases that has ever occurred in Australia was f commenced on :Monday before Mr Justice I Manning and a special jury of twelve, at p the Divorce Court sittings held in the Jury e Court, King street. The facts of the case may be thus briefly summarised :-The pe titioner is Mr Edward Joseph Fizgerald t Martin, aged thirty-six, a native of Galway, j Ireland, and a man of some means. 'For a the space of seven years he has carried on e the business of a condiment manufacturer, and now pursues that occupation in Bourke street, Redfern. The respondent, his i wife, Florence nMaud Martin, for merly Florence Maud Pietzker, is a very prepossessing young lady of only nine teenyears, anda native of Fiji,in the South Sea Islands. She is highly accomplished, being a perfect artist on the pianoforte, I sings exquisitely, and is a fluent speaker of two or three foreign languages. Her father is a scholar and a music teacher of s...

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RECOMMENDATION OF A MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 4 April 1879

SRECOq0:MMENDATION OF A MAN. -A gentleman ids'ertised for a boy to assist in his ofiice, andd nearly fifty applil cants presented themselves to him. One of the whole mimber he in a short time selected and diinisised the rest.-" I should like to know,"i sid- :-frieid, " on what ground you selected that boy who had not a single. recommoindation."'--"You are mistiken said the gentleuian, "he had a great many.: He'wiped hins feet when he came in, and closedthe door after him, showing that he was careful. ' He took off his hat when he came in, and answered my questions proniptly and: respectfully,show-" ing that he was polite and gentlemanly. He picked up' the book which-I had purposely laid upon the floor ard replaced it upon the table, while:all the rest stepped over it or sh'oved it aside; and lie waited patiently for his turn instead of pushing, showing that he was honest and orderly. When I talked to.him I noticed that -his clothes were carefully brushed, his hair in nice or der, an...

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STARTLING DISCOVERR. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 4 April 1879

S-STARTLING DISCOVERIR. TRegarding the telegram re the finding of a woman's arm in the Yarra, which aip peared in our Saturday's issue, the Argus today supplies the following additional par ticulars :-Some light is supposed to have been thrown on the mysterious disappear ance of Mrs. Farrell from Collingwood by. the discovery of some human remains upon the banks of the Yarra during Saturday last. It appears that Constable William-' son, while on duty in the vicinity of the river, near Cook's ferry, which is not far from the Melbourne Gasworks, found lying upon the rass a bone, partially covered with. flesh, which, upon examination, he came to'the conclusion.formed a portion of a woman's'arm. Pending further inquiry, he.removed the remains to the morgue, and at once reported the occur rence. Subsequently it transpired that some two or three days previously two men while fishing in the Yarra hooked up a hbag, which upon opening, they found to contain a bone and a heavy stone. Not reco...

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