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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 16 May 1879

GOVERNMEWT GAZEITE.I The following gentlemen have been' appointed to keep the peace within the Midland Bailiwick: Messrs. B. Tre whella, Blackwood; T. Tatchell, Ingle wood; J. D. Baragwanath, Inglewood; M. Lyons, Glenhope and Baynton; H. Glenny, .Ballarat. Applications for licenses approved[ under section 19 : Martha Fowler, 320a, Meering. Under section 49: T. Roach, Bael Badl, rural store, 2a Or 6p. Application under the Land Act not granted :--P. Fowler, 320a, Meering. Licenses under the Land Act. re voked: S. Cameron, 280a, Budgerum East; Catherine Cameron, 320a, Bud gerum East;-,M. Walsh, 123a, Turrum berry North (open for selection on 23rd inst. at nine a.m.) ; J. Callaglhai, 141a, Budgerum West (open for selection on same date) Aland sale will be lheld at Kerailg on the 3rd June next. A remarkable statemeint was made in the Nev South Wales Legislative As sembly in the course of the discussion on the 4th clause.of the Land Bill, last week. It was pointed out, says the S. ll. Zr...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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DURHAM OX. May 12, 1879. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 16 May 1879

DURHAM OX. IFROa O OWN 00CDRESPODENT] May 12, 1879. It is recorded of the ancient Athe nians that "they spent their time in nothing else but either tolling or hear ing of some new thing." It is well the people of this locality are not afflicted with the same idiosyncracy, or they would have a remarkably slow time of it. Locally there is absolutely nothing new, and howIl am to give my weekly instalment is a puzzle; every local theme is worn threadbare; on every side there is complete stagnation. if I refer to the weather, it is the same oft-repeated tale of rain wanted, con tinually promising to come, but never fulfilling those promises. If to the farming operations, the position is just now a very critical one, and the pros pects anything but encouraging. I have not even a chance to criticise the acts and deeds of any one, for as there is nothing dding there is nothing to criticise. Once upon a time my friends and fellow scribblers of " Sleepy Hol low," and Pyramid Hill, afforded me...

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THE PROJECTED ITALIAN CO LONY IN NEW GUINEA. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 16 May 1879

THE KiERAIG TIMES AN: - THIE 'PROJECTED ITALIAN CO rt LON~ IN NEW GUINEA. e, 1h Information with regard to the pro: s. jected establishment of an Italian co st lony and city on the southern coast of 1- New Guinea is given by the Rome cor nr respondent of thed imes. le states e that the object of the prohmdters o? ?h 0 enterprise, l-enotti Garibaldi and is Achille Famizari, is to find an outlet for a that spirit of adventure and enterprise u Which the making of Italy aroused in many who are still young men, to open a careers for those who cannot find theim o at home, and to relieve the country from a number of restless minds which h wanting other employment, cry out for e Italia Irredenta or dream that ia repub I lic would give them all they wrnt. "I - am informed," continues the corres a pondent, "that all the arrangements a are almost completed, that the money required, some 30,000,000f., is ready, t and that applications to join the pioneer 1 party are more than can be granted. 1 ...

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THE DURHANX CRICKET TO THE EDITOR OF KERANG TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 16 May 1879

THE I)UR CI1?rc.,E To Tue Enri Z Krr i'io TaMes. Stu.- Th Crpond for our little towns ally r gives our cricket club i'abl notice, and quite right ? .ink, for it is t!h only thing s the totwnship alive. Th iM t-hi: I would like to menti vi'.grd to the cricket club ; sov o residents of thei district, eat imembers of the club, ar ud of clie:tp cricket, they t , 'jxaractice everL PStur day r l 1 if there h:appens to be a ?th rianud, are neo;cr back ward " a, their sevices ; but if as oeicribe to andl become nemn club ure very backward 5or TIti CitICIKt CLUr.. DcU ý1ay 10th, 1579.

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CORRESPONDENCE. SHIRE SEVERANCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERANG TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 16 May 1879

SCORRESPON'DENCE., SHIRE SEVERASCE. To ias EdiOR or TuE KERA ne 'ITil Srn,-So, it has comne to lighlt tl the shire severance question, after al what has been written and said about it, has ended in smoke, and that th Shire of Swan lill is to remain as i is for some years to come. I wondLeri how the ringleaders feel now; some of them must feel very sore,cspecially your Durham Ox correspondent. This geri tleman has never follovwed the,adtvie of Anthony Trollope not toih1sr,? - perhaps it would have been. better or him if he had. He has all throuli, the eonflict been counting his iel4 - before they were hatched, am this' i, what it has come to. I hope will be. a lesson to him and the othe e?i dis satisfied ones as well. Thp is no doubt but that had the shir ceu se vered the residents of D uham O.r would be far worse off t they are now. Far more money is '" spent round about Durham 0 ud Boort than aunwhere elso, and a pzzliug matter to know what y ti"v to grumble about. Their res coul) ...

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[?], WYCHITELLA AND BOORT DISTRICTS. May 13th, 1879. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 16 May 1879

'*SIA, WYCHIITELLA AND BOORT DISTRIQTS. c, UR OWN COirESPOsDENT.) I y May. tli, 1879. 1 i portant -si ect of the 0 'thle p.g1ear of the r 11 oce, T? ri0nMou-s "consi- d" Stle farmers. .ichough the S er; to a certain exitnt broken r leo it one frmer dut of ten has i i1. ?,;g liie a supply of water. 1:. i,:or for the past fstiigbht has & ' lhtful, a keen, bracing south c ai- lin?ig, and everythin" looks s ' a d dry as it did -a moath or s S frmecrs of Wyclitella nnd Boort S11 advanced with their cropping, S the season has been qdmirably ,J to the progress of the Wychi- a farncers, their soil being a light, , loom, which is unworkable in tl I wcther. The farmers of lMysia I |, so far advanced as their neigh- a ,i iBoort. Theiocarly-sown crops 0 : lhe districts'named are, upon ' 1, looking well, antf if frost ~' Ss off for a welk or two longer a I be an abundance of grass. i.'annding the many draw- r - .,~z e s which the farmers c s. (,, lte sustained, it is very satis ..-\ to r...

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KOONDROOK. May 12th, 1879. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 16 May 1879

K OONDOOK (Fnoar oult: OWN CORuCESrPOa-EcT.) May 2lth, iS79. Our border villagers are becoming clamorous re State school extension, and very justly so too, I think; when viewing the condition that numbers of children are being reared in, really 'tis shameful that, such a state of things should be allowed to exist especially in times like these when all is progress. Truant officers appointed to uphold the provisions of the act, empowered to prosecute with the utmost rigor those who do not comply with existing regu lations, while hereabouts witlin a radius of three miles some 'seventy children with varying ages are allowed to remain untutored and uncultivated save what is rendered them by anxious unremitting mothers. Now, these se venty children mean an average atten dance of forty per diem, which number exceeds, I believe, the limit prescribed by the board, and why we should be denied the privileges that are extended to less nopulous districts is past com prehension; evidently it is ...

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ARRIVAL OF THE SAN FRANCISCO MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 16 May 1879

I ARRIVAL OF THE SAN FRANCISCO M *l. The San Francisco mail has arrived, and amongst the news brought by her is the following .-- fromhis Prince Leopold remained away from h is f brother's weddng because the marriage was celebrated (?) A scientific commemoration at Pompeii will take place next November to comme morate the S100th anniversary of the destruction of Pompeii and lerculaneum. The Empress of Austria, owing to the dlools in Hungary, has returned from her hunting tour in Ireland earlier than she intended. Out of 400 men slaughtered out of the 24th regiment at Irandesla, 319 were Irish a men. men. witch has. been burnt in Russia. There was a great demonstration on the e occasion." Four hundred escaped Nihilist prisoners y have been brutally slaughtered. * The war between Russia and China was averted at the last moment by the surren der of a part of Russian territory encroach ed on by Russian soldiers. California is agitated with respect to a f new Constitution. 'a Tilden's ch...

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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 16 May 1879

NEWS AND NOTES. The election for the Central province has S resulted in the unopposed return of Mr The J. Lorimer. Friday was the last day for receiving nominations, and Mr Lorimer the fo was the only one sent in, so that the re- I Prir turning officer has declared the hon. broth gentleman duly elected. Mr Lorimer's eotbr nomination paper was far more numerously cel signed than was required, in consequence will to of the general desire to further his election morat -Argus. destrt On Monday morning, while the warders Thb were searching a portion of.the works at flools Pentridge, where a gang of prisoners are huntil employed in quarrying stone, Warder intent Woods unearthed a large swag containing On 175 plugs of tobacco, and also a number 24th a of letters. The tobacco was made up in a men. number of neat parcels, with fictitious A names, only known to the recipient. A Then e portion of a letter was found, giving some occas e information- about the state of things in Fe D Melbourne a...

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A NEW CURE FOR DRUNKENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 16 May 1879

A NEW CURE FOR DNrtUIKENN NESS. jo The physicians and temperance men of v Chicago are very much excited over a new remedy discovered by a Dr. D'Unger, which i it is asserted, not only cures intemperance, I but leaves the drunkard with an uncon Squrable aversion to spirituousliquors. The Smedicine is red Peruvian bark (Cinchora Tubra), called by druggists " quillbarl,"be- t cause it comes from twigs about the size of t a quill. A pound of this bark is reduced to powder and soaked in a pint of diluted alcohol. It is then strained and evaporated down to half-a-pint, so that it is in fact a pound to a half-a-pint. The drunken man is given a teaspoonful of the medicine every three hours, and his tongue is occa sionally moistened between the doses dur ing the first and second days. The third day the dose is generally reduced to a half spoonful, then to a quarter-spoonful, and gradually down to fifteen, ten and five drops. The medicine is continued for a period of five to fifteen days, and...

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REPORTED APPEARANCE OF THE KELLYS. DANDENONG, Monday. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 16 May 1879

REPORTED APPEARANCE OF THE KELLYS. D.LDExNOG, Monday.: resu iOn Sunday night the district of Dande- J. 1 nong was thrown into a condition of great rece excitement in consequence of information was which came to hand leading to the belief turi that the Kelly gang were too hotly pursued gen by the police in the vicinity of their old non haunts, and were endeavoring to make their sigs escape towards country in wbich they were of i not so well known. Shortly before seven - o'clock, when the residents of the district were making their way to the churches of we, the various denominations having pastors Pei resident here, Mr Wooster, a State school em teacher, who resides at Marrewarren, W rode into the towinship, and in 17 great alarm informed the police of that the Kellys had made their ap- no pearance at the Emerald diggings. nu r He stated that the authority upon which he po s made the assertion was the statement made in] to him by a selector named Milliard, who M, lives near the diggi...

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ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 16 May 1879

ENGLISH MAIL. -The incoming steamer with the English mail was sighted ofi Albany, W.A., at eight a.m., yesterday morning. TuE LoDDow.-The river was still bank high, yesterday, and appears to be stationary. It presents a fine sihot, which we hope to see in the futifre all the year round. Tr.ESvASSNG ON CROWN ?LANDS.--A case of this kind was brought before the court on Monday whichn is worthy the attention of all owr.ers of stock. Dou_ gald McGillivaij was charged by Con stable O'Donnell, as Crown Lands Bailiff with illegally 'trespassing on Crown lands It appears the defendant was shepherding sheep on the recreation reserve and some mnsurveyed township allotments. For the first offence the Act provides for a fine not exceeding d5, and for a second offence a fine not exceeding £50. The bench dealt very leniently with the case, as it was the first one of the kind brought before them; but intimated that any other similar ofence would be dealt with more seveclry. "As t.ere is toq cuuluov...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE London, 13th May, 8.40 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 16 May 1879

LLATEST INTELLGR-ENTC I- I . - -- e London,. r 3th Mfay, 8.40 p.m. The competition at the opening of the second series of colonial wool sales o hasbeen 'well maintained;. 10,637 bales t were offered to-day.. SYDEYv. Thursday. s. Yesterday morning a message was received from the Council asking what i s had become of the parliamentary priv-?. n leges'ill. Sir H. Parkes, amid.cheers, v moved that the message be not received he defended the action of the Assembly - and said that the Council had exceeded its duty. Mr. Fitzpatrick replied and supported the motion. The Council r said Sir H. Parkes was -blameable for insults olfered to the Council; that the upper chamber only exercised its powers in a proper and courteous I manner. Mr. Farrell followed in a similar strain, urging that no hasty con clusion should be arrived at. The 3 Speaker ruled the motion out of order I on the ground that all measures from 3 the Council must be recorded. The t adjournment of the House was moved t and afte...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 16 May 1879

NOTICES. ANGUS KENNEDY C.E, ARCIIHITECT, &c., KERANCI. " LANS, Specifications.,aud Estimates pre S paredl. Vhluatinlts amle and the Exe cution of Works Sunpeintended. To Fanecrs.-Agent for 11. Lennon's justly ce!ebrated Anrriculturnat imlletenta and M?a chlinerv. All i:narantced l'erfcct and I'onl pkt_., and of Supeior Quality. a trial wil prov, the 1.et. .-Acent for the Ner Zetal.li Fire Insurance Company. Risks taken at lowest Culrent lates, andi all Claims Promptly Settled. AN GU S K E NN E D Y (Late of andihurst.) 81it T-BOFFITT & SCHUTZE, CASH DRAPERS, i CENTRAL HIOUSE, CENTRE BLOCK, . ?ALr. 3tALLr, SAsTuURoaT. Are Showing immense Shipments of Auttlmn and winter goods. CHEAP DRIIES A?.\IRIALS CIIEAP I?LANKETST and SHEETING CHEAP CALICOES and FLANNELS. COHlEAPl' and Most S'TYLISI I LLINEIlY. CIEAP.FUI 'IM131MED MAAN'ITES. ZIIEAP TROvSIERTS and Vi- l S. CIIEAP .Ml\'S arnd YOUTII'S COATS. CHEAP OVERCOATIS and MACINTOSUES. A large staff of Tailors on the premises. S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 16 May 1879

! r : ,-DRAPERY .l' .AND-CLOTH nIJC: ... .. GREAT SALE OF :DRAPERY AT T' jE N:W LEAD. , r'y ~-~FP~T ~ , ~ -JIMb E VAR oR7.Lor gE ý+ uH FF. 45ý g j i I 1PV MITCIIrBLLSTREET SANDII[rIRST .1ESSRS. Th OMAS SLOA.NE, LATE OF TILE BEEHIVE STORES; AND' ROBERT ROSS, FROM CHARLES ROSS AND' CO., TRADD.G UNDER TIIT: STYLE OF THOMAS. SLOANE ANDI CO., yý ESPECTFULLYnotify to the Residents of Kering, Swan1i -il,1eddrburn;' "., having SPuaclhsrecdfrom Mr Edward Cornell the whol of the Sto~k-in-Trade of tie above well k,.nin IE;conomici Drapery Establishment, by valuation, at annEnorious- Reducltion .Off ~,Cost Price; also, bhyTender, for Cash; the Whole of the. Stock of the Estate of R.AWVSON and LAWLOR. Panl Mall, at an Ilmmense Discount. They are now Offering the Balance of the above Stock, with their Now Season's Goods, at Prices that will Defy Competition. The fol!owing are a few of the leading lines :-. . • 2000 PAIRS of BLANKETS to Choose from. 10 x'4 Blankoet-, 1s 3d, worth 20s; 11 x 4 Blank...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 16 May 1879

PROFESSIONAL. I MR :H. WRIX ON 1 SOLICITOR, &c., OF TILE QUPEMIC COURTS OF VICTORIA AND ,3 NEW SOUTH WALES (Socrron FOR TIIHE SWAN IILL S: ,'zIE CoUciL), and a -`OMMI8SSIONER of theSUPREM~ COURTS SVictoria, South Australia, & New Zealand, for Taking Affidavits. &c. OFFI CEPALL MALL, SANDURS .. Instructions can be left with MIr - . Al hrecht, erang. ] Mýi?R. J. P. SULLIVAN SOLIcrIOR, &c., T ERAN G, PREBPETUAL COMMISSIONER For taking ACKNOWLEDGEMENU S OF MARRIED I WOMEN, . DCOMMISSIONER FOR TAKING AFFIDAVITS MRS A. SHELLEY, UrIL OF MR BUDDEE, EGS to announcee that she gives instruction on the Pianoforte, at her residence, Ke- A ng. Terms moderate. TRADE ADDRESSES. ANTED KNOWN GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES. Pinnos, Organs, &c. e cheapest house in Sandhuret for cash. TERMS-ON TIME PAYMENT, WEEKLY nos, s; Organs, 4s; Sewing Machines, 2s 6d NO SEOURITY REQUIRED. No matter where you live, we will supply you. TUNING AND REPAIRING. R OLIN AND CO., SINGER'S...

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LECTURE ON VICTORIA BY MR H. H. HAYTER. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 16 May 1879

LECTURE ON VICTORIA BY AIR H. I-. HAYTER. ta meeting of the members of the Statistical Society, held on Tuesday evening, 18th March, at their rooms in the Strand a paper was read by Mr H. H. Hayter, Government Statist of Vic toria, entitled The Colony of Victoria: its Progress and Present Position. Ir I G. J. Shaw-Lefevre, M.P. (the presi dent) occupied the chair. Mr Hayter' said, although the colony of Victoria I occupied no more than a thirty-fourth part of the Australian continent, its!, attractiveness was such that itcontained I. 44 per cent. of the inhabitants of that continent. The population of Victoria in the last seven years and three-quar- I ters had increased zo per cent. The revenue now exceeded four and a half millions sterling, which was much in excess of that of any other Australian colony,except that of New South Wales, i which colony raised 70 per cent, of its revenues frcm land sales, whereas only t7 per cent. of the Victorian revenue was derived from a similar sou...

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LATER FROM THE CAPE. THE RELIEF OF EKOWE. ADELAIDE, 10th May. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 16 May 1879

LATER FROM THE CAPE. 8. THE RELIEF OF EKOWE. - ADELAIDE, 10th Mayi Our Cape correspondent writes :-The relief of Ekowe, it was felt, would iot be unaccompanied by danger, and it was de layed until a considerable portion of th reinforcements which had been despatche from England were in a position to tal part in it. In the meantime a plan hi been devised by which intelligence v transmitted between Colonel Pearson a the commander-in-chief, and it was until it was known that the suppl3 bread at Ekowe was almost exhar that the relief column was strong er to cross the Tugela. The distance b. the boundary of Natal and Colonel son's camp was only about sixt I as the crow flies, but owing to the c! of the country, the progress w' made was painfully-slow. '~ fiM obstacles which had to be surmoun . of this character, but on two occ, Zulus contested the progress of tli and two pitched battles were fough' ingby the bitter experience wvh gained on the fatal field of Isand general had thrown up e...

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COMMERCIAL. FLOUR AND GRAIN MARKET. Sandhurst, May, 14. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 16 May 1879

COMMERCIAL.   FLOUR AND GRAIN MARKET. Sandhurst, May, 14. The following are the prices as quoted by Mr. W. J. Boobier, of Market Square, to-day:-Wheat is very firm at 4s 3d to 4s 4d for prime. The supply during the past week has been smaller. Outs for good feed 3s 6d to 3s 8d ; seed samples 3s 9d to 4s, all selling readily. Barley, Cr pe, 3s d t0 3s 10d: Eng lish, 6s to 7s. Peas enquired for at 3s 6d for seed; bran, 1s 21d pollard, Is 31/2 d; flour, £9 13s at mills.

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COMMERCIAL. FLOUR AND GRAIN MARKET. Sandhurst, May, 14. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 16 May 1879

GOMMERCIAL. . FLOUR ANID GRAIN MARKET. Sandhurst, May, 14. The following aro the prices as quoted by MJr. W. J. Boobier, of Market Square, to-day:-Wheat is very firm at is 3d to 4Is 4d for prime. The supply during the past week has been smaller. Outs for good feed 3s Gd to 3s 8d ; seed samples 3s 9d to 4s, all selling realily. Barley, C.epc. Is Cd t. 3s 10d; Eng lish, ts to 7s. Peas enquired for at .s Gd for seed; bran, 1~ 21.,; pollhrd, Is 3td ; flour, £09 ?ts at mills.

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