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ARRIVAL OF THE MAIL. SYDNEY, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 16 November 1877

A -ARRIVAL :OE:THIE'-MAIL. t:: (Br ELECrRIC TErLE.RnAPr.) SYtro., Frday. The stiianship City of Sydney, with the San Francisco mail, entered the heads at half=past 10 o'clock last night. . NSAx FiAscSrco, Oct.S3. Business throughout the country is show ing signs of improvement. - `Casiu?' I Clay, a' soimewhat celebrated politiciim, was tried and acquitted on the '2ndfor .the homicide of Perry White, .a coloured man, at Richmond, Ky. The jury founid the killing was justifiable. The opinion is becoming' general that trouble between the United States and Mebxico is aii eventin the ear future. New Orleans is wild for war. . A. mass meeting of Republihcan has been' called in New York to inderse the adminis tratidn of President Hayes. :This is in op position to the action of the Republican Convbntion in the same state, which, led by Shnator Conpling, had formally con demned it. Tile President is averse to' the iuass meeting. .The New York detectives are in pursuit of a broker n.uied Willi...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 16 November 1877

TANTED a GENERAL SERVANT: Ap ply to Mrs Littleton, Kerang.. W ATED a GENERAL SERVANT. ApT. VT ply. to W. J. W. Patchell, ferang Store. . . MTANTED.--Tistior or Shetland pony. t Age, price. Address, G. Taverner. Victoria Street, Korang. - LOST. C OST.-SHAWL, black amber and scarlet L stripes. Finder rewarded-returning, Post-office, Kerang. ONE POUND REWARD.. LOST from the Barr Creek, on 2nd of No- e rember, .One Light Steel Grey PONY branded B near shoulder, shod all round, and collar marked. Last seen making towards~ Kow's Swamp. The above reiward will be paid to anyone giving informnation of his whereabouts to 1 K. BREWNAN, Post Office, Cohuna. GOVERNMENT NOTICES. Department of Public Works, Melbourne, 7th November, 1877. rFENDERS will be received, subject to the I Conditions of Tendering, forNEW FENC ING and SUNDRY REPAIRS at the Post and Telegraph Office, Swan Bill, until Twelve o'clock, on THURSDAY, TWENTY-SECOND of NOVEMBER, 1877. Drawings and Specifications may be seen at this...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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The Kerang Times AND SWAN HILL GAZETTE. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. KERANG, NOVEMBER 16, 1877. THE ECONOMY OF FREE SELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 16 November 1877

1'UBLIIIED WEEKLY. KEI.NG, NO.YE.1Th 1i 16, 1877. THE ECONOMY OF FREE SELECTION. It appears to have been an opinion held by former Administrations, that the economy of free selection was cream othP soii, mortgaging the lease, and then selling off and clear ing out to fresh fields and pastures new. Although the pre sent MLinister of Lands entertains more liberal and enlighteped views upon the subject, selectors are still in a very unsatisfactory po sition ; they may have complied with every condition of their licenses, in cluding that' of residence, and yet experience considerable difficulty in satisfying the department that they are not bloated land sharks. It has been too much "the land policyof this country"---as it were-to treat them with suspicion, as if honesty had entirely departed from the land. If a selector desires a lease after oc cupying his allotment for three years, he has to make a declaration on oath that he has complied with all sorts of absurd conditions andregulati...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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COURT-HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 16 November 1877

COURT-HOUSE - The new court-house at Kerang is almost finished. The contrac tors are now putting a picket fence round the building. STin:s WVAT ERn.-The early part of the present i?eelk i',is exceedidgly warm,'rith scarcely albreath of wind, and a few dclays of this heat will soon brink the graini crops under the mowing machine. Cliows L.xAns SALE.-' r l. C.13ris tow disposed of Crown lands by auction on Tuesday, at prices ranging from £7 10s to £5 per lot of half an acre. Mr Bristow will, in'futnrc.conduct all Government sales, as lie h?s been appointed Government auc tioneer.: We understand, also, that Mr 13ristow will shloirtly hold a sale of furniture, to meet the reqiuiremnents of'the district. Ilis cattle sales will be held for'the present on the same day as the general cattle sale. irciv.se', c. BExcsFrs.-These' benches will sit, 'at the places enmneratdd in oun. advertising columns, on the 1st, 5th, 7th, 2lti,:and 21st of December, for the issue of publicans'licenses withint...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE. Sandhurst, 10th November. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 16 November 1877

FARM AND DAIRY PRODIUCE. Sandhurst,l10thNovember. SAMessrs Holmes, White, and Co.report:-The t following prices were realised since the date efourlastreport:-Butter, fresh, 8.d to IOid per Ib.; potted, Sd to 9dper lb; egg., lid to is per dozen ; bacon, 74 to 9d per ib; hams, 9d to lid per lb; cheese new, 6.Jd to 8d per lb; old, 91 to 10d per lb; oats, 3s lid to 4s Id per ,I bushel; peas4s4d to 4s 5d per bushel. Poul try-Turkers, 10s to27s perpair; fowls, 3s 6d, to Is per pair; ducks, 3s 6d to 4s 66 per pair; geese, 5s t6d to 7s per pair. SMesrrs Johc Kay and Co report :-Our usual supply for the week. Prices were much the same, although on Thursday two or three boxes brought over is per lb. Our sales were-Fresh butter, S.d to 10.d per lb ; potted do., 7l'to 8.d per 16; eggs lid to ls per dozen; cheese, Gd to 8d per lb; bacon, 7d to 9d per 1b ; hams, id to Is per lb; honey, 4d to 41d per Ib; lard, lid to 7d per lb; oats, 3s l1Od to 4s per bushel; peas, 3s 9d to 4s per bushel; potatoes...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 16 November 1877

CO ACIIBUILDEI"S. C .co.I... .-LLI -SO .S _ L. STONEMAN; C001 7BUILDER , WILIAM1ISON ST.' SAsNDH ?RST, I 1 S alwave on batid a' superior st ck 'of SBuggies and Vehicles of various d' e-srip tio which can be warranted as being of the tt material, thoroughly reasoned, -ani I built under his personal sutuhntendene i. T'lE TRIADE WAGGON I, a speciskywhich .I navegiven partic' Sli at' ation to. Neat, hansonme, light , and romri. Will carry six per ons c s'm feortbly, or ten hundred-weight o: tcr anm road. Selectors and ferme ra rse requestcd to call and exa mine thlis handsome ro hides. References fron any airt of the district. L. STONE LiAN, COACHBUILDER, WILLIAMSON STJ 1tEET, Snandhurst. PICKLES & O 3ONS, AMERICAN STE. IM CARRIAGE W ORKS, );lVLLLLI&SOT & BLL DL ITREETS.ý S AND HUR ST, AWARDED Two First Pri:" to Silver Oups Six First and Three Secon d Prizes, Grand. National Exhibition, 18763; Fi rat Prize Silver Cup, one Special Prize, and the Highest Certifl ea...

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PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 16 November 1877

A large amount of business was got through in the Legislative Assembly oh Tuesday night. The bill providing for the construction of the direct line to Oakleigh was passed through all its stages, a divi sion taking place on a motion proposed by Mr Cook for the adoption of the outer circle scheme. Mr Cook's motion was negatived by 52 toA14. The Goulburn Valley Rail way Bill was next proceeded with. The measure was vigorously opposed by the Op position, but an amendment moved by IMr Gillies, to the effect that the western route should be substituted for that proposed by the Government, was ultimately rejected by a large majority. The Railway Bills having been disposed of, most of the items in the tariff were dealt with, after which the Friendly Societies Bill passed through committee. Several members of the Legislative Council waited ofi Ilia Excellenuey the Go vernor on Tuesday afternoon, at the Trea sury, and presentel the address prepared by that body,-protesting against the course ...

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MELBOURNE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 16 November 1877

- MELBOURNE RACES. ) Thdre was a very fair.attendance on the course atFlemington, on Saturday and the weather was delightfully fine. . All-Aged Stakes, a sweepstakes of 5 soes. each, with 100 added. Bosworth ... ... 1 Emily .. .. ..... 2 Tim Whistler .. ... .. 3 For 'this race eight horses started. B3osworth won easily. TimeT min. 451 sees. Mares' Produce Stakes, of 10 sors. each h. ft.' The second horse to' receire 10 per cent., and the third 5 per cent. from the gross amount of the stake. Chester .. . .. .. - First King .. .. .. 2 Lockleys .. . . 3 Six horses started for the above-named race. Chester won easily, and there wasa good race forthe secondplace betweeaFirst King arid Lockleys. Time, 2 mins. 11,: sees. V.R.C. Handicap, a sweepstakes of ten sovs., each, h. ft., with 150 added. For three-year-olds and upwards. One mile and three-quarters. Woodlands ... ... .. 1 Whisperer ... ... ... 2 Vagabond .. ... .. 3 For this race, fourteen horses starte3. It was a splendid race, the ...

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THE GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 16 November 1877

: TIIE:GAZETTE. We make the following extracts from the' last iimber The estate of'the deceised Ciarles Rolfe, of Kerang, hbas, been placed clnder the charge of the: curator of the esttes of deceased persons. The estimate'a value of the estate is £ 24 Is., . : " Applications;for reduction of rents of r?uns--section 78, SJand Act, 1869-for the half-year ending 31st December next, must be forwarded to the department on or he i PP tu^'ns rece ived after that date can ilot be'ienalt with as referring to the rent for the Current half-v ear. A board, consis ting of the district sur veyor, and II. Ta iernei, Esq.,J.P.,has been appointed to sit'a't Kerang, on Thursdaythe 22nd November,: ?t ten a.m., for the pur pose of hearing auad dealing with appdica tions for licenses under PartII ofthe Land Act, 1860, object ions to such applicationso objections to prol sosed exemptions from the operation of Part; II of the LandAct, 186g, of specific portioc is of Crown land, objec tions to proposed pro...

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ARRIVAL OF THE HANKOW. LATER ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 16 November 1877

"ARRIVAL OF THE EkiNIKOW.T 1 LAraE E:OLISIr 1 EWVS. , E The fine steamship, Hankow arrived in P Hobson's Bay on the Sth,and brings Euro- a pean news of late dates. The following is a 'a sunlmary from the files broughlit by her:- '- s .. THE WAit. . a ST. PsrsERSauRo, 23rd September. The following despatch has. been rece.ved t, ,from Gorny Studen with regard to the en-'n gagement in Schipka Pass on hel 17t ihisti: -" On the night of the .17th' inist the . enemy stealthily approached our right wing f and Mount Nicholas. This was'discovered o by a hidden outpost 'onthe' r1ight wing; i C and Lieutenant-Colonel Sandezky, of the i V Volhynian Regiment, whlio was iin cemmand ' at that spot, gave orders to the troops to I hold themseles proepared,'and to await the Ii attack. Captain.Ostapoff, commander ofl' the 1st company of Riiles, allowed the I Turks to approach within fifty paces, and' t then a volley put them to `flight. This l occurred at file o'clock in ,the morning. Later on the ene...

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CHARGE OF HORSE STEALING. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 16 November 1877

CHOIARCE OF II)RiE Sr~IAL NG. Edward Boyle, pnblicoo, Mitiamo, wasj charged at the Inglewood Police Court on Tuesday, week, before Mr Ogier, 1'.3., with stealing (says theInglewood Advertiser) a grey colt, the property of Richard Red wood of Barton Farm, near . Inglewood. Sergeant Delany applied for a further re mand, and called fonuntol-constable Arm strsng, stationed at Durham O, who de posed: I arrested prisoner on. the 20th October last on a charge of stealing a grey colt, the property of Richard Redwood. I took himl to the watchhouse at Serpen tine,; a distance of 23 miles. On the road Redwood said to him " you had no busi ness whatever to cut -and dock my colt's tail." Boyle said he had and would make it all right. Redwood said " How did my brand come on it ?" Boyle said " We will make that all right.". Redwood said ie would not, not for £50. To Ir Learmont who, appeared in place of MIr Wrizon for the prisoner; The, horse was found in John 3Ioeamara's paddock. IIe is a selec t...

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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 16 November 1877

ARRIVAL T OF THE ENGLIS" lhAIL~' (BY EL rcrutc FLt.ihnArEi)a) 1 The ..Royal. Mail Steamship ."Tanjore: with. the English mails, onboard .wassight ad off Cape 13orda on Friday. :On' her i aisage between Pointde Gale, and the Sound, her machinery broke down, which. caused a considerable delay. The follow iug.items.of European news have been brought byp her, and telegraphed by. the Argus correspandent:- . .. j MISCE LLANEOUS ITE3S., : The. month has been fruitful in incidents of the greatest..momenit to France, and thioughh her of interest:to all Europe. The. deathi of . Thiiers was a national calamity, which has been softened only by the mo derationof the party to which he belonged. His funeral was a demonstration such as Paris' has rarely witnessed. ,Scarcely had the grave closel over. the illustrious states man, whoen the proceedings against M Gam-. betta formally commenced. Hie was con demnned by the Correctional Tribunal to three months' imprisonment, and to pay a fin of 2,000 fra...

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LOCAL LAND BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 16 November 1877

LOCAL LAND BOARD. A Local Land Board will be held at the Kerang Hall, on Thursday, 22nd November, 1S77. The following is the list of appli- cations to be dealt with:- SW. Wright, Bael Bael, 1t0a. S. Wright, Bael Bael, 2O'a. G. lamling, lnaol Bael, 267a. T. Reeves, ]3ael Bael, 26a. J. Ogden, Boga, 320a. Jo.n Ogden, Joga, 3920. A. E. Ogden, Boga, 820a. E. Kelly, ]oga, 320a. .Tas. Kelly, Bogs, 320a. W. J. Wattsi l3enjeroop, .'120.. T. Medalson, )Dartagook, 90a. A. Cheyson, Jarldan, 75a. ): Cross, Jeruk, 210a. B. McG uiner, Jeruk, 21ia. ;. J. Cross, Jeruk, 820a. C. Lonergan, Korak, 320a. J. Ileffernan, Loddon, 320a:. 1. Moore, Loddon, 193a. "A:F.?Levet; Loddon, 3'20a-? -. W. Neelo, Loddon, 320sa. N. Hart, Loddon, 320a.' W. Hart, Loddon, 020a. ;J'. Whhiim y, Loddon, 320an: i Jas. Whimnpey, Loddon, 320a. C. McMaholi Loddon, 160a.' 13. W. Ilynes, Loddon, 320a. T. S. Ilynes, Loddon, 320a. M. Kirk, Loddon, 320. : . . i C. Godward, I oddon, 820a. .1. Stevenison, Loddon, 1600:.; A. Stevelnson,...

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SWAN HILL. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 16 November 1877

SWAN HILL. The township of Swani Hill is one of, if not the oldest, out of Melbourne. Its name is well known throughout settled Aitstralia. To the residents of Queensland, on the north, as well as in South Aus tralia, on the south, its name and position was well known. Towns that contain many thousands of inhabitants and locally seem of great importance, may envy Swan Hill its widespread fame. Where, in fact, is the man in Australia, if we- except the newest of new chums, who has not heard of Swan Hlill, and can tell you it is situated on the .Murray? The town itself is not very large, but it has a neat and tidy aspect. The houses of the inhabitants present an appearance of cheerfulness and contentment. There is none off the "make-shift" look, com mon to Victorian towns in general, but everything is on a firm and substantial basis. A visitor to the town would almost fancy he was in an English village from the   cheerfulness of the place, and the sociabi lity of the inha...

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CROWN LANDS SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 16 November 1877

CROWN LANDS SALE. A sale of Crown lands in fee simple took place at the Kerang Hall, on Tuesday, 13th November, conducted by the district sur- veyor. Mr R. C. Bristow acted as auctio- neer. The attendance was not very large, nor the bidding spirited. The following   are the purchasers' names and the prices realised:— Lot 1, area 2r allot 5, sec 12, price £7 10s per acre; purchaser, Mary Bristow.,   Lot 2, area 2r, allot 6, sec 12, price £5 10s purchaser, James Gurnett. Lot 3, area 2r, allot 7, section 12, price, £5 2s 6d; pur- chaser, Hugh McKay. Lot 4, area 2r, allot 8, sec 12, price £5; pur- chaser, Mary Claripa Shelley. Lot 5, area 2r, allotment 9, section 12, price L6, purchaser, E. Stanford Maxwell,   Lot 6, area 2r, allotment 10, section 12, price L7 5s ; purchaser, E. Stanford Max- well. County lots—Lot 7, area 320a, al- lot 10, section A ; price, 26s per acre; va- luation L888 ; purchaser, T. Connell. Lot 8, area 279a, allotment 26 ; pr...

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A CASE OF IMMORALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 23 November 1877

A CASE OF 1DLIOIALITY. An exposure of a deliberate tralffic of innuorality, carried on by a licensed publi can, came before the Melbourne City B]ench Son the 14 th when William ArthurClarke, licensee of the Universal Hotel, Bourke street east, between Stephen and Spring streets, was charged with permitting wo men of immoral character to assemble upon his premises. The proceedings were instituted (says the Ay,), in consequence of certain facts that came to light through the illegal detention by the defendant of the personal effects of a woman of ill-fame named Locksley, who, having stayed at the hotel withl a man, to whom she was not imarried, for scveral days, refused to pay an accouqt which, it was alleged, she had contracted. From tme evidence of a nlpn_ ber of women of notoriously immoral cha raeter, it appeared that the hotel was simply what is knmown as an "accommno dation" house. For the defence, it was contended that the defendant had acted in ig jnorance of the character of ...

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SHOCKING SUICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 23 November 1877

SHOCKING SUICIDE. T A most determined siticide took place on the Sandhurat and Inglewood: railway line about ten o'clock on Tuesday morning. The train, consisting of nine carriages drawn by one engine, started from Ingle- i wood on Tuesday morning at half-p'ist eight a.m. On reaching to within of four miles on the Eaglehawk side of the Number four gate, about, five minutes to ten o'clock, the driver, Joseph Norton, ob- ci1 served what appeared to be a man coming up out of a culvert on the right hand side th of the line, and walk slowly on by the side of the line for a short distance. When E abreast of the engine, he deliberatelythrewt himself down on the ground, stretched ous 31 his full length, and laid the left side of hi rt face on the line immediately in front of the ' guard of the engine. On seeing this, Norton, the engiine driver, immediately b drew the attention of his mate, Gilber d Smith the stoker, to the fact, who on look ing over the side of the engine wa a horror-struck...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 23 November 1877

Daring the passage of thle Cuzco to this port two cases oontoining hid gloves were stolen, the goods being valued in bond- at over £265. The matter has been placed in the hands of the detectives.

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POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 23 November 1877

:POSTAL ARRANGE.1MENTS. The following is the, time for the arrival and deIpatch of Mails at lCrang : MAILS ARRIVE FROM IMelbourne - Tuesda San ehdrst At 9 am on Friday ?rham Or uada MAILS ARRIVE FROM MIELDOURE1, "I.IA Schua At 7 40 p.m on yWednesday uma) t i p.m on Saturday MAILS ARRIVE FROM (Saturday IMAILS CLOSE FOR D"urhsm Os Tuesday Iageood At G p.m on Tday SSndhurt Friday Melboaurae ) Snday MAI LS CLOSE FOR Colthua ) Wdne day Etuhna At 12 30 p.m. on and Mlbthourne ( Saturday. MAILS CLOSE FOR?. Swan Hill at 9 a.m. on Tueslay and Friday, at 0 p m.-on Saturlay. : StiltSIE E?LIS, Postmaster

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PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 23 November 1877

PA.RIAlE?LST. The Oahleigh and Goulbourn Valley Railway Bills were amended in the Legis lative Assembly on 'Tluesday evening. It was decided that the terminus of the Oak leigh line should be 1l awthorn, the Govern ment to decide how the Spencer street station should be reachied. With reference to the Goulburn Valley line, Avenel was fixed as to the point of departure. On Wednesday evening the debate on Mr. L. L. Smith's motion, having reference to the reduction of postage, was resumed, but ultimately lapsed. The Rail\vay Bills were received from the Council, theconsideration of which is .to take place next Tuesday. The Waterworks Bill was laid aside, and a a new bill introduced, and passed through all its stages. It was agreed to withdraw the Insolvency Act Amendment Bill, while the International Exhibition Bill, and the Railway Loaln Application Bill were passed through their respective stages. For the lPris Exhibition, the Mining Department has cornlot?c the formation of an extens...

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