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KERANG PETTY SESSIONS. MONDAY, MAR. 3, 1879. Before Messrs Patchell (chairman) ad Littleton, and Garden, Js P [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 14 September 1877

KERANG PET'TY SESSIONS.   MONDAY, MAR. 3, 1879.                       Before Messrs Patchell (chairman)   Littleton, and Garden, Js P.   G. Wakefield v . Esler. No ap- pearance. D. M'Innis v. W. Wilson. Sum- mons not served. Struck out. J. Day v J. Main. Settled.       J. Cullen v T. Houlton. Settled out of court.   E. O'Riley v J. Maher. Summons not served. Postponed for a month. Charles Maybery, inspector of pub- lic houses, v Susan Walsh, selling   liquor not being the agent or servant of any licensed person. The defen-   dant's mother was present and saw   her. Defendant was only fourteen years of age. C. Mayberry, sworn, deposed: Produce the Government Ga- zette containing his appointment. On   th...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 14 September 1877

POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS.     The following is the time for the arrival and despatch of mails at Kerang: MAILS ARRIVE FROM   Melbourne .... Tuesday   Sandhurst//Inglewood at 9a.m. on ...Friday Durham Ox ... Sunday MAILS ARRIVE FROM MELBOURNE, VIA.   Echuca at 7.40 p.m. on Wednesday Cohuna at 7.40 p.m. on Saturday             MAILS ARRIVE FROM Swan Hill at 5.40 a.m. on Monday   Swan Hill at 5.40 a.m. on Wednesday Sa ; [turdly j Ma1L3s CLose roi Durlham Ox' (Tluesday I Inglewoodi I n. Fanr Al 0 . ,-idy Oa urne Echuca t At 1 p.m. on (Sulurday Melborno .j C Los. ro F o -, I 9. a.m. on Tuesday and Fri day, at 6 p.m. on Saturday. ASHER ELLIS,   Postmaster.

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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NOTICE TO SELECTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 14 September 1877

NOTICE TO SELECTORS. The following is a list of persons for whom licenses, leases, and Crown grants are ready at the Paymaster's office, Kerang:-- W. Allison, J. Allison, C. E. G. Aitkin, Rob Allan, J. Bruce, I. Bauell, C. Brou- dincke, W.Burges, A. B. Blakely, M. M. Blakely , M. A. Briggs, T. Burrows, H.. Batten, J. Bowerbouk, G. Briggs, R. W. Badshaw, W. Bertram, F. M. Cook,' J. Cottanach, J.     ?. Crammond, R. Clark, W. Cox, T. Cox, J Cornish, A. Corbahn. H. Corbahn, H. Cald- well, M. J. E. Crofts, D. O. Clarke, T. Dar- ?, R. Donohue, J. R. Doughlas: E. , . Edar. J. Feenan, .. lelloiws l . Fone, F. Forsyth, .1. Gloshen u. jnbl, Gray junr. W?. Gamble, .names t 'l a 0 Gamble, S. Gamble, Gor ]. .te, , .F.1 a ,r lmilton, G. Iiggins, l kins, S. Iii.uns W. Hamilton, W. rd,' .T. IlolbernIowland Hlill, C. n, onW. Ingham, X'\ T. .ones, 3I. A. >n , J. S. .lones, G. Kekt.t T. Keo, .J. ý ebone, M. E. Kenny, l Kilpatrick, ake, J. Lakeland,J.' F. Leer, Mat tt. J. ...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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KERANG PETTY SESSIONS. (Eore T. Littleton and H. Taverner, J'[?]) Tuesday, September 11th. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 14 September 1877

KERANG PETTY SESSIONS.   (Eore T. Littleton and H. Taverner, J.P's) Tuesday, September 11th.     The following application for hawkers   licenses were granted: Charles Nicholson, J. M'Donald. Elizabeth Ellis was charged with larceny from the stores of Messrs. Patchell and Littleton. On appliation of Constable O'Donnell, a remand was granted for a week.    

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ABOUT TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 14 September 1877

ABOUT TOWN.     While others toil with philosophy My nimble nonsense takes a lighter I was one of the general public tended the meeting held on Friday to consider the railway question. pleased indeed when I saw our and fellow townsman take the in such a te??r to opposition motion won sure to be '. nimnously." don't linoe old' delai » motion carri r not, but e ai. chahapipy . . . ing eieryhi carried unaniA such a chdiing way of sayn places thoil etineg a?i ,hi'i cd good terms, hat ny feein any, one ma osess, is entire There is other feature inem wiittlithe . i that mi't;i p on a fntub ccasiou. hItis to pla -tioti (' 15 I w A crusuinl of lational tho Lady d ary . -, 480 . of gold

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 14 September 1877

WANTED.       WANTED KNOWN That W.H. DOWER   has removed to No. 5 Bath Buildings   Charing Cross, and he is making a good display of General Drapery. Men's and Boy's     Clothing at such prices that cannot be sur-     passsed. Country customers will find it their           advantage to give him a call before purchas-ing elsewhere. Note the Address:- 5 Bath Buildings, Charing Cross, Sandhurst. (FOURTH SCHEDULE)     NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR A PUBLICAN'S LICENSE. I BERVIN ROBERT WILSON. of Koon- drook, do hereby give notice that I desire to obtain, and will, at the City Police Court, Sandhurst, on the twenty-fouth day of March. 1879, apply to a Police Magistrate for a Certificate authorising the issue of a Pub- lican's License for a house situate at Koon- drook, containing a suffi...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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SERIOUS RAILWAY ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 14 September 1877

SERIOUS RAILWAY ACCIDENT.   A serious railway accident happened on Sunday morning at the Footscray railway station. Richard Scully, a porter, twenty- one years of age, was, according to the engine-driver's report, standing on the Footscray platform, when he jumped down in front of the engine of the ten minutes past eight.... train from Melborne, and was st... buffer whilst attempting   to ... from the north platform to the op- posite side. He had only been five months in the service, and might not have known the danger in crossing just at the moment a train is pulling up. The buffer of the engine caught him on the right side, and after carrying him some little distance     along the rails, the...., and the       wheels...... , his legs on       ......fright-         ...........   &nb...

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[?] USHRANGERS. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 14 September 1877

THE BUSHRANGERS.           Tuesday.     bushrangers - Hobbs,             ....d....y -we (Telegraph)     were brought up at the       ...Court yesterday, and re-         S Donohue. J.R-1 0 - their ar E. Exell, IV. :,EdfI their ar --J. Feenan,J. J1ize Silver Cu psi . F . ? ,7;ý, ad Prizes, G01md J. Gl en * Frt rize Sr folo Gamble, James d the lligheit Cti- e foo G am?le Gn, ?nea of tItateriai '1 I licenses; - Giamble, ?jrm Eaxhibition, 187; ? I read, Suerim J. a,1 prizes t te t !ria ??l J .. . II: ;ari, being 1, far li.Y h o li.Le 1 o iy any Fir cian c -roolbern. t" .a n G.eHunt, E a Clare ot, ine Hiod-soa ". ' t- n/ e? .. T oryilrn b 3DU nst TReo. E. adlJ R-e.At :oo/ / -. , ' / D. 'ent iZn, . - / ? "a ,...

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THE KELLY GANG. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 14 September 1877

THE KELLY GANG. There was nothing fresh Saturdaý .... ing the " original" or other bus...   The Hatfield gang, we may me....   been remanded for a week. Reg...   Kelly gang , there seems strong ... warrant the belief that they ha... gained their old retreats in Vic....   (Argus) are informed that Joe... seen last Monday night coming ...     mother's hut at Sebastopol, about... miles from Beechworth. He was recog- nised by a man who knew him intimately   and who followed him on horseback   some miles, until Byrne was joined near Clear Creek station by several other men   who were believed to be mounted. The man who had followed Byrne became alarmed for his own safety, and returned to Beechworth. Byrne's mother has, we are informed, been spending money pretty   freely in Beechworth within the last...   days. The police are evidently suspicious ...

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LATER ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 14 September 1877

LATER ENGLISH NEWS. SThe following are items extracted from files by the mail: A COLD-BLOODED ORILE... A crime of the most cold-blooded de scription, which has already resulted in the death of two persons, and is likely to in volve the death of a third victim, was committed on Sunday morniug at the vil lage of Frevent, in the department of the Pas de Calais. About a year ago a young man named Collin came to Frevent and set up business as a dyer. After he had been there a few weeks he fell in love with a girl who at first refused to marry him, but ultimately did so at the instance of her family. The marriage, as might be expected under the circumstances, proved a very unhappy one; and a separation was agreed upon, .B1dme.' Collin going back to live with her parents, and Collin him self returning to Paris. Upon the morn ing of Sunday last Collin arrived at Fre vent, and went to the house of his father in-law, who is a wool merchant, and em ploys several workmen. Collin' rushed into a ...

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A DISASTROUS VOYAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 28 September 1877

A DISASTROUS VOYAGE. In its shipping intelligence the Argus gives a detailed account of theoyage of te barue Amlassador from Newv York to Mel bonre, from which we extract the follow bo traic incident:-e The Ambassador, afterleaving dew York, had the ordinary run of weather until getting well south, and nothing of particularnote occurred until arossinglong. lIdeg. I.., in lat. 42deg. 4Om'n S., on SaturdaY. .lune 1Gtlh. Previous to that date, tenmpestuous -weather had set in, and the gales which arose caused a tremen dous sea. At 1 a. in. on the date menti6ied-) 1 the barque broached to, and a sea of an ap h palling size and force struck her on the star Sboard quarter,and dealt destruction around. it The shock was terrific. The resistless body of -water washed away bulwarks, smashed Sthe wheel and steering gear, served the boats similarly, and carried away the skylight, t besides filling the cabin and doing other damage. The canvas also suffered, and s foresail and lower topsails and ...

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THE BEST POTATOES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 28 September 1877

THE BEST POTATOES. Some investigationasby Prof. Ilollny have been set on foot to ascertain the most pro fitable way of growing potatoes, the experi ments extending over a series of four years. From these it results that potatoes with a rough surface are both in quality and qulin tity the most recommendable. They conr. tain less water and more starch. If the po tatoesa used as seed have been air-drie&, wrinkled, and withered, the result has been a harvest of especially large tubers,not less a number than the average if the seed had been in the usual condition. Prof. H-ollny Sbelieres further to have reasons to conclude Sthat as to position of the tuber in the earth, g it is best to lay the tuber navel uppermost. s The reason is said to be that in this position . the garuss spread wide apart, and are deeper I, in the groun'ld. The same has been oh P served with potatoes cut in pieces, when the - cut surfaces should always be upPermost. Ld The Gulich method of allotting toevery...

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WRECKAGE OFF CAPE OTWAY WITH MEN CLINGING TO IT. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 28 September 1877

WRECKAGE OFF CAPE OT - AY i WITHI MEN CLINGING TO IT. a Mr. Cawood and his brother, on their I way from Loutit Bay to Apollo IBay,on 20th i inst., saw off Cape Patten a piece of wreck, about 4Oft long, three miles to the cast and a mile from the shore. On this two objects resembling men wecre seen. No 1 jurymasts or sails seen. 'rhe secretary for harbours received the following additional1 particulars:-The wreck was driftingabout with the tide, justfloating awash. Signals were made from the shore, but Mr. Cawood 1 did not think they could be seen, owing to the dark backgroundof rocks. lie remain ed watchling about half an hour, and left the spot about 10 n.mn. There was little or no surf on the beach. If the objects * .1YD a iios :""s." +1... ,e .nn~orl +t lu) et,,uhinc' woodi'Aiic'l tleivreckage amas to'&inn'hl - water-logged to allow their moving about. Ie directed hIis brother, who wason his way to Loutit 1lsy, and who would pass the scene of the wreck about 3 pl.m., to r...

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PARLIAMENTARY. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 28 September 1877

PAILIAMENTARY. ' No business has been transacted in'the Legislative Assembly during the past week, in consequence of the fortnight's adjourn ment of that Hoase, pending thediscussion on the Land Tax Bill in the Legislatiive Council. In this latter cnhamber the lie gulation and Inspection of Mines Bill has occupied considerablq attention. The most important amnendment was that made in clause 9, excising the provision mnaking damages obtained against a mine a first charge on the machinery. The provision I in clause 5, that no person should be em ployed for more than forty-eight hours in a week, or eight hours in a day, was also struck out. Sub-section 20 of clause 6 is all that remains of the bill to be disposed of. The report on the Railway Construc tion Bill was adopted, and the tlhird read ing took plaoe on Wednesday. Mir Cuthbert presented a return to a mo tion by Mr IHighett, showingthe numberof electors for the Legislative Council, distin guishing those on the general roll from ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 28 September 1877

~NOITICES. SHIRE OF SWAN HILL. SLOAN OF £5,000. I NOTICE is herecbygiven that a Special Meet ingwill beheld at the Shirollall, Korang, on Tuesday, the litti October, 1877, at 2p.in., to confirm the resolution agreed to by the Council at its meeting held on 12th September, S1877, thait tbe 50 debentures of the Shire of Swan Hill be offered for sale by Mr John WVemyss Syme, as agent to the said Shire, at No. i Chlancery Lane, Melbourne, at 12 noon 1 on Wednesday, 17th day of October, 1877. a CIAS. E. ALBREOCHT, Sec., Sc. Shire Hall, Kerang, Sept. 14, 1877. SSHIRE OF SWAN H-IILL. TO AUTHORIZED SURVEYORS. NOTICE. i 17'7DERS will be received up to Tuesday, rI ýý' ^' r . o October, 1877, at noon, for .I. the lirn1nl-.. a ' "- ek from Pian (1.) Travere of the maiiiTreaind. Spirjts, gil to Euston. (2.) The survey of reduced lines from Euas ton to Piangal. (3.) Thie supply of mile posts Gin, in dia ' meter by 3 feet inches,e lettered. Plans and specifieations to be sean, and forms of tender ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 28 September 1877

PECIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. HE BANK OF VICTORIA. CORPORATED erACT or COUNCIL A BRANCH of this BANK is now. opened at Swan Hill, for the tren eaction of general banking business. SBy order of the board, R. SIIANN, Acting-General Manager. Bank of Victoria, Head Pfice, Melbourne, 20th May,1877. THEINATIONAL BANK OF AUSTRALASIA. A BItRAOIIH of this BANK is now .. Qpned atRerang, for the transc lion of ordinary banking business, under the nianagmentof Mr James caalvert. B der of the Board of.Directors, F. G. SMITH, Ohief Manager. "= H ~jd Office, Melbourneo 7th August, 1877. THrE BANK OF VICTORIA. A BRANOCH Iof this BANK has opened at Kerang for General Banking Du sincssi. Ilnerest allowed on deposits. Drafts issued on nll parts nf the world. 3. 1e* OGILIIT, Acting Manager. Bank of Victoria, Kerang, 2l1st Selitember, 1875. AUSTRALIAN AND EUROPEAN BANK (LIMITED.) A BRANCH of this BANK has been SOpened at Terrick Terrick (with an cl at Pyramid Hall), for the tronsac tion o General Banking Busin...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 28 September 1877

POSTAL ARIAuNGCEIENTS. The following is the time for the arrival and despatch of mils at Kernng: Mus AnnIlvE. FROM Melbourne Tuesday Sandhurst At 9 a.m. on Friday Inglewood d {~mOz Sunday MLluLs ARRIVE FROM 3MeLOURmI, VIA. u At 7.40 p.m. on {Wednesday M3Ii. Ar.nIT FRnoM ) lMonday Swan Hill }At 5.45 nan . on Wednesday Saldn~turdayy 3frILs OLOSE FOR turday Durham Ox Tuesda Ingluoo At Qp.ml.on Endu Melbourne Sunday MLiLs CLOSE FOR Cohuna Wednesday Echuen At l p.m. on a-nd Melbourne ISaturday 3MILS CLOSE FOE Swan Hill, at 9 a.mn. on Tuesday and Fri day, at 6 p.m.on Saturday. ASHER ELLIS, Postmaster.

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WAR IN THE EAST. London, Sept. 15th. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 28 September 1877

WAR IN THE EAST. London, Sept. 15th. A general assault on the Tnrkish posi tion at Plevna was madle by the Russian forces on Tuesday (11th inst.), the Emper or's fete day. The storming columns simul taneously attacked the northern and soutlh en faces of the greatGravitza redoubt. Three divisions of infantry attempted to takethe Turkish trenches protecting P'levna, while General Skoboloff, occupying the ex treme left of the position, operated against the redoubts barring the entrance to Plerna by the Sofin road. The storining parties everywhere advanc ed gallantly,but having no shelter, withered away under the deadly rille fire, and the survivors were compelled to retire. Rein forcements were sent forward to replace the fallen, but shared the same fate. Failurefollowed the Russian attack every where. The Emperor roetired to the Russian head quarters at 1'oredin, disappointed at the non-success of his arms. During the twilight the assault was re newed, and within an hour the Gravitza,...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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STOCK REPORT. Sandhurst, 25th September. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 28 September 1877

STOCK ]ttPOItT Sandhutrst, 2.tlt Septbntler. lpsMers Ettershbntk, .Enleotone. nod Co re rt:--Fat Cattl-:3J92 werreyardod, wlhirch was .tout enough for the detnttd t he market'loue itne much better than it opened, or quite up to he tbest pritrs rulitng Inst week. We tquote cool bIf frmn 22 it.l to 27s lid per 1tKt the, We thave sold 8 helad for Messrs Lawson, Woods., 11ratle. antl others, Lulloctks to ) 7a lid,i, oes to £7 17 (il. Fat Unlves-72 in. As the tsupply of hlnt.was l:rge, it influencedtl the sale of calves. anl prites receded. We sold 21 lor Meowrs 3MKenzie. Brldet, atnd tlothers, fromt :')J to £4. tat Slheep-5,:i 7 werre petnned. The ,'mant1 woas totewhat brisker thann Inst nweek. n md if ontthiltt. Utter Prices were obtained, co 1y lfew lpi:no quality were offered; the bo tttil°` wpca medium and inferior. Wehave sohl Watson. Montkton, and others, anid ewese, tlhe former to i5s,l and o "ncep ntd tlhe laItter fromt 7s 'v " 'si t tmarket rates. op 1tt f s ch wtas an oversupl...

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"NIL DE MORTUIS NISI BONUM." (TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERANG TIMES.) [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 28 September 1877

"NIL DE MORTUIS NISI IONUML" (To THE EDTrot OF TuE KiIx.4xoTimis.) Sin,-Your correspondent referring to the uutimely'decease of the late fr Irwin, surveyor,cannot beacquainted with theabove time honored maximn, or kinowing it lie does not appreciate it. In his intenseo zeal "'to point his inmral, and adorn )sid tale,' and tmhus egatively exhibit his admiration of temperance, lie unwittingly, no dloubt, makes many blundfers, to call them by the mildest terms, in his short lragraplh1 .. name was not George; he did not die in his buggy. ;,e. wasnot travelling from here to lis camp; he did not attend the Local Laud Board, having no business there; he was through the kindness of his friends qufite ted to undertake - a journey when he left here. Sad to say, your correspon dent was correct in one particular; and tliatonly, beingl his solitary weaksess, it is a pity that in pity it was not overlooked. When I read the ill-advised report, Icould not help thiunking of the Yankee liechabite bet...

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