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Post Office Notice. The European Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 23 November 1877

Post Office Notice. The Earopean Mails. athe Mails pir fityal Mail Stamdi ftr Wes tern Australia, Port de Gill, India; China, and the B tat, Aden, Mturitius,Re:union,Natal," Cape of Gaol Hope, Saez, the Medditteranean p1rts, United Kingdom, Frace and Italy, or foreign cu?tries 'ia Francea auld Italy 'Sill cl?se at the Ker.Lng Pot oifee O.( TatSDAov, NovEtBER 27, 18 - '. For RIgisterel Lettera ' ... lip 6 Ordinary Letters, via Sauthampton 6 p m For Let:ers via Brindisi. ... 6 p n. .. Rate-Eighteen per half-ounce' For Newspapers via Brindisi ... 6 p m Ilate--Threepence unde: 4 ozs Every additional 4 ozs, 2'. ltaney ord-.r will be issual up ,to (but not aftcr) 3pro -p . L.tters for Inlia muit he fully prepaid one shi'ling per half oince It i ;requested that all letters " for trasnmis aion ly ths rcnte shall be secured whith gum o oa,?er

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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The Kerang Times AND SWAN HILL GAZETTE. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. KERANG, NOVEMBER 23, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 23 November 1877

Aso SwAx HILL GAZEITE. PCBLERD tVE LY. KERANG, NOVEMIBER 23, 1877. IIELD OVER:--Owing to the pressure on our space by the re port of the meeting of the shire council, we are compelled to hold over our leading matter. SNAK? BITE -OnTuesday last the engineer of the flour mills . now being erected at the j unction of the Murray and Gunbower, was bit on the finger by a snake, while in the act of killing it with a' short stick. He immediately t tied a ligatureabove thepuncture, ! and hurried with all haste to the Gannawarra Station, were he was treated by Messrs Rochfort and Amos, who lanced and suck ed the wound, and supplied the patient with brandy. The reme dies had the desired result, as the patient is now quite well. - No doubt the prompt measures adopted by Messrs iochfort and Ames, were the means of saving the man's life ; as on the wound being opened a large amount of greenish fluid flowed from it. They lillel the snake, which measured about four feet long. ScENE--''here was a sc...

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COMMERCIAL. FLOUR AND GRAIN MARKET Sandhu st, Nov 19 [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 23 November 1877

CON \1 RCIAL. FLOUR'A AD (,RAIN 1iARK1MT Sar.ahu stNy lv-19 The followving -re prices which ruled tlis 'dap.-FIl ur, L1e 2er ton; coat is per bushel; ots, 3/10 to 4/2 bran, 1/2 pullor 1, Is 4d

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FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE Sandhurst, Nov 17 [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 23 November 1877

PARMI AND DAIRY rRODUCE Sandhurst, Nov 17 M[essrs John Kic ala Co report: -Thote is little change to nat: ii poluducs from la t w-e.k's quottLions, supp'y and demand about qu'al; f.csh butter-73d to IOtld per lb, a few -ver ; patted do-7~4 to Sia~; "egos -10d to 11d per dozen ; chlese-Sd to 1d; batcon -Td to Ed; hamIs-Sd to ls; haney -4d to 4·d; lard-7d to 6d ; oats-3/10 to 4s per bushel ; pens - 3/6 to 4o per bushel; pot toes-LS 15s to L3 par ton:; poultry -tur eys are bringin. good-prices; eeorv oth:r description mush the name :a last weak.

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HORSE AND CATTLE MARKET [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 23 November 1877

-HOitSE_ AND cAT rLE MARKET Saturday Nov 19 Messrs L Maephereon an1 C i reprt :--Un broken stock-None forward ; brok n in stow': -A fair supply fo.w.ird. and an average atten dance; the market, as usual at this time of the year, is more lively, but still far from bris t ; sales were p.iocipally -confined to useful draught stock su'table for a:ricn' tura purpo es, price ranging from L2l to L35; hains and li.ht harness, unless of a superior description are dull; fit cstt o-Supp y in ex"ess of requirenmnts, and market dull at a considerable decline from late rates ; oursaes are 225 hind. :cows to L10 17s 61, bull ck to LS 17s Gd; fat calves-Prices for best qua i'ies much easier; inferior almost unsaleab'e; .to es iattlo in wvry little demand; sheep set ing freeyif of a go d descriptiou; milch cows taly b st quslity in full profit are waste ', and eone are oiflring but inferiar qual.ty ; sheep - alarketquite ata declin: of from 6d to Is per ihead generally ; wethtrs in wool sold to 13/6...

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

For Chapped Hainds-Take r ounce of bitter. almonds; peel them and mash them into a paste with oil of sweet al monds and the yolk .of an egg, adding a .little tincture of benzion, so as to form a thick cream. Now add a few drops of oil of caraway. It is to be rubbed on the hands. at night, and a soft kid glove is to be worn during the treatment. To Remove Freckles--Take tincture of benzoin, one pint; tincture of totu, half a pint; oil of rosemary, quarter of an ounce. Mix. One teaspoonful of the tincture to be put in half a gill of water, and with a towel dipped in this, rub well the face night and morning. To cure the Foot-rot in SheepZ-Paro off, with a sharp knife, so as not to make the part bleed, all the spongy and decayed parts of the hoot and frog, and rub into the -affected parts, every other day, a little of a mixture of equal quantities of powdered sulphate and acetate of copper (blue vitriol and ver digris), mixed up with crab verjuice to the consisteuce of a pulp. The diso...

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

)-DURHiAMV -OX. . -... [rOO Otin ownr 5bRRESPOsDeS3T I wish from my heart that the proper desig nation of our township would comb into general use, to the extinction of the not very graceful cognomen by which it is- commonly known. There ,is, I think, far greater euphony in the abriginal names of localities than in those frequently usel. It was-if my mem-ry serves -Sir Charles Gavan Dulfy (a man of good taste in such matters], who called attention to the des;rability of preserving the na'ive names, for which he has my thanks. and deserves the thanks of Victorians general!y. I am an ad. mirer of plain Saxoe, but the line must be dawn somewhere, anl I confiss I have a do. cided preference for suck names on Geelong, Ballaarat; Kerang. Towan Gurr, &c, &o, than for any of the European designations of places highly suggestive as some of them are; as for example, Pinch Gut, Murderer's Flat, Devil's Kitchen, Dead Hlorse, Peg Leg, &e, In future then with your permissi...

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ORIGINAL POETRY. PADDLING OUR OWN CANOE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 23 November 1877

OR1?IGJ"VAL, ..POETR IY. PADDLIN3 OURt jWN CANOE. Mid conflicts so rife while creeds are at strife, An'l perplexities old and new. Let us try to steer a true tourse through life, While paddling our own canoe. One plain-sailing course has been charted clear, Which all may alike pursue Others, transgressins to place in the rear Our own in prominent view. If honestly za'.ous to scrub out sin First to begin with our own ;. And till ourselves we have holystond clean, ltet-ining the holystone. " Doine rs we'd like to be done with " A rule legarded by few, \ Tbr ' wildom unerring gave us the cAte, For paddinag our own canoe. Meting the measure we rightful'y owe Exacting nought but our due; Mercy our weapon to varquish our foe Our own resentments subdue. Not palming off fa'sehood, decet andl will, F-,r what is sterling and true; Nor plotting with purposed matlic3 and guilt, To swamp our neih'aor's canoe. Aware, our own craft is but crank and fail, Firing broadsides to eschew ; N-r hoisting ...

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

I. GANNAWARRA. (Fnotr A CoRRESPONDNT.) Our little settlement on the' of the Murray presented q gala day on the anniversary Prince of Wales' birthday. not being as a rule, much ment on public holidays here, determined, if possible, to go the occasion for a little r sport. The idea of holding foot was no sooner mooted, than a co tee was formed to make the n arrangements. They set to wor` mina short space of time raised £. prize money, and arranged a good grammel of sports. On the 9th spectators and co tors turned up in great numbe only were the employes of Il Blair .,and ' Growther, saw Dropiietors, there,, in great force, a large number of the surro settlers, including a fair sprin of tke fair sex. The first eve the day was "the Maiden Plate sav mill employes only. This well contested race, and resulted' Kinnane coming, in. the winner. second eivent, the Gunbower ha1n won by D. leaply. Third-Hana Flat Race, open to all. comers, we D. Grady.' Fourth--Handicap H Race, open to all comer...

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FLOGGING IN GOAL. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 23 November 1877

FLOGGI2GLY2(GOAL. A young man' named Mason M'3roy aged 19, who was sentericed to four years' imprisonment, with hard labour, and tlrhe floggings of 15 lashes each time, for-rape on a child at Harrow, received the first portion of his punishmenton the 14th atthe Pentridge Stoclade. Gately applied thile lash with great vigour, and the punishment was severe. The prisoner bore it, however without flinching.

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

:MISCELLANEOUS ADVERTISEMENTS. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 13th, 1677; L TTERSHANK, EAGLESTONE & CO Will hold their usual EMonthly Saleaf CATTLE, SHEEP, AND IIORSES,. A T D U R IIA M 0 X, On the above date. SALE TO COSMENSC AT "TWELVE O CLOCi FrrC TUALLY. The lots to be offered on the occasion so far as at present advised, consist of 250 HEAD OF CATTLE,(TiREE PARTS FAT,) SEVERAL DRAFTS OF SHEEP, . Together with HORSES (BOTH DRAUGHT AND LIGHT.) ON SALE. ITQOTPACOKS Seiing Twine, Shee pSheara (all mnakes and numnbers), Boiled Oil, Lamp Black, Turkey Stone (best selected), nRad die Soft (in 281b boxes), Fleece Twine, Stock hohn Tar, Pitch, Marking Ink, Billies, Pnali cans, &c., Camp Ovens, Knives and Forts, Crockeryware, Glassware, General Ironmon gery, Fqrnitare of Every Description, and a large Stock of Fancy Goods, AGENTS roa .Trn BlENDIGO POTTERY. MOORE BROS` & IJUTCHENS 53 PALL MAIL, T YCEUM3 STORES, SANDIIURST. Printed and published for the proprietors Harcourt ard...

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

AWII ULTU1?AJlYNOTES. A . From the northern or wheat-growing the areas the reports continue on the whole fa- a vourable. The chief drawbacks mentioned abo are a want of sufficient rain and the occur- d rence of hot winds a few weeks ago, but, notwithstanding, a fairly average "crop is ei expected. The hay harvest is progressing fol satisfactorily, andhbands of harvest hands are now observed passing through such ton towns as Horsham and St Arnaud making sen their way to the wheat lands beyond. In some of the districts nearer the coast u severe frosts have occurred, inflicting dam- of age upon the cereals, early potatoes, fruit br trees and vines. The vines especially hin have been injured, and the influence of the his frosts have been widespread, extending a fhis considerable distance inland. On the EImu Creek, Axe Creek and Sheepwash . nearly gio all the vines have been injured more or re less, and in one vineyard on the Emu Ie Creek the whole of the crop is destroyed. In South Aust...

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

.SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. -iTHE BANK OF "ICtTOiIA. Inorporat d by Act of Cosunci!. A B INCII of this ftANK is now, op ned at swan Hil, far the transattio-a f ga :neral balking business. -By or-c of the board, It. S 'AN', k V , Actin-Gecral Manager. Bank' of Vic`orin, ira i Oltice, Melbourne 29.h Msay, 1877. TIIL hA'IONAL DANK OF AU TR ILASIA. A IiAXNCII of this BlANK is row opened at iera g, fJr the transcetion of ordi. nary banking buines, uad r the managetncut of Mr Jmnrs C dler:. fy orde: of tha tiar I of Directors, F. G. SMIT II. Chilf Manager. Melbourne 7th Auga.t,isi7.. T. TE ANK OF VICTORI1. A BRAllCII of this BANK has been opened at Kerang for general banking businc?s. Interest allow:d on dsposits. DzIafts issuedin all parts of thi ws-oild J. F. OGILBY, Acting Manage -. oukf of Victoria. Kerang, 21st S.ptember, 1875. AUSTRMLI'hI ANDt EUROPEAN BANK (Limi el.) A BRANCF of this BANK has beenopened Sat the Terrice Ter ich (with an A gelar at Pyr.uu'd Hill), fo: thi transaction of...

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EAST LODDON SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 23 November 1877

EAST LODDOC II= 1 COUECIL. CI The above council heldameeting onFri- At day last, in the Shire Iall, Serpentine, day, therebeing present-Crsllardy (president), mana D. Coutts, Patter, Iliatt, and Lethlean. The following letters were dealt with:l ing -From tile Mayor of Melbourne, for- 11 warding copies of photographs of the suf- whe ferers from the famine in India. Received. drol From the Bank of Victoria, Inglewood, one re cheques. Received. Ren From the Government Statist, asking for lost, returns. - Received. . Km From Land Tax Commissioners, asking desa immediate compliance with previous re- the quest as to returns for lands in the district. on Received. bra From the Mayor of Melbourne, acknow- aba ledging the receipt of £15 on behalf of So the Indian Famine Relief Fund. Received. bra From the Blind Asylum, applying for a hol donation. The usual sum of £2 2s was it voted. do From A. Black, district'surveyor, Sand- to hurst, re allotments in the shire. Receive:l. go Tenders for th...

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CHARGE OF CHILD MURDER. THE INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 23 November 1877

CIIAGE OF CHILD MURDER. H THE INQUEST. rc The inquest on the body of the infant y; found on Friday week at Goornoug buried m in a detached kitchen, was held before Mr p; Strickland on Saturday at the Metropolitan h Hotel. in Mr II. Wrixon watched the case on be- T half of the prisoner, Peter Kane, and Ir 4 Kirby for Bridget Eliza 3agee. b )r James Boyd deposed thaton the after- S noon of the 1(ith inst., between four and p five o'clock, Mrs Bridget Elizabeth Magee called at his surgery, and asked him if he t could give her a burial certificate of a child 3 that was born on Tuesday week the ithi inst. c She stated that it died on Saturday night li the 10th instant, and that " tley.; had t buried-it the next morning at home on the r farm. He declined to give such a certifi cate, and gave her a note to Mounted-con- 1 stable Clarke, in charge of the district of r Goornong, containing the information al ready stated, telling her tlere would have to be an inquest. Acting on the in Sstruct...

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SELECT POETRY. WATCHING FOR PAPA. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 23 November 1877

SELECT POETRY. WATCHING FOR PAPA. Up at the window are three little heads, . Lucv's, and Willie's andyear-old Fred's ; Whatare-they doing there allin ao : Bobbing up, bobbing down, eve o P- Watching for papa to come homertotea; Dear is their papa to all of the three. W'hich pair of little eyes, sparlding and bright, Thinl you will be first to see him to-night ? lark I who is that now whose footsteps they hear Far out are heads stretched to see him draw near, Somebody's papa, perhaps, but not theirs Up at the three eager faces he stares. 13ackfrom the window bobs each little head, "Pa, make haste now," says dear baby Fred; Now they all see him just coming in sight; lark, how they clap hands, and scream with delight. Happ` atlast,.not a moment to wait,. Laughling and shouting they rush to the gate. Joyfully paPa the little troop meets, Eachrosy mouth with gladlkisses he greets. Up in his strong arms he takes little Fred, Willie and Lucy go dancing ahead; Into the house now all four of...

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

B'IIBULDE WILLIA.L SON ST., SANDH URST, . nl.r' n on hnid a superior stock of *,n is a d Veticles of vinrions dnnerip 11 it1e arrantcd as being of the .teri+. t oroughl s ason1d, l nd built ,itler his Or n t i upO . aten' n . T1l1 TRAPD WAGGON •ir intihich I har.,iviit p:articular nt iot;,, 1t Inn sdsome, light. coand Iort'bir ot.nc . itnudredt-wliht over tri rla . e 1ttors and farmers ar reqnesIt? to Call anti exa mine the, haInio:nu ve hicks. References frain any part of the district. IL. STONE MAN, 'OACIIIIUILDEIR, ILIIA3ISON STRIlIEET, Sandhurst. (t. F. CKLES & SONS, AMlEI:IC.\N STEAM IJ1IAGE WORKS, L-IL30ISO & BULL STREETS, ' D IIU RS T, .tRDED Two First Prize Silver Cups Siv Firnit and Three Seconnd rizes, Grand il Exhibition, 1876; First Prize Silver onE Spianl Prize. and the lighnest Certili of Merit, for Excellence of Ianterials and ,nsnihip, Krntonn Exhibition, 1876; and n1) Firetand Second lrizes at the various throughout Victoril, being" bIn far the t Sln...

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

APPLICATIONS FOR LAND During the past month 157 ap plications for land have been lodged at the land office. LOST. Ten Shillings Reward TLOST.-SHAWL, b'ack 'ambr and scarlet strips. 'Above reward will bh paid on returning same to Post office, Kerang. One Pound Reward. T 03T, from the Barr Creek, on 2nd of fo vember, One Light Steel-grey PJNY, banoded B near shoulder, shod all round, and collar marked. Last seen making towards Row's Swamp. '1he above reward will be paid to anyone giving information of his whereabouts to K, Brennan, - -Posi offie., Cohnsn. NOTICES. SHIRE OF SWAN HILL NoTICE Tenders will be Received U P to TUESDAY, the 11th day of Decemr ber, 1877, at'noon .for 1 Erecting bridge on driven piles, over Nine Mile Creek. Dutham Ox 2 Erecting bridge on driven piles over, Barr Creek. Cohuna 3 Erecting bridge over Gunbowcr Creek at Dalton's 4 Ito flooring and repai.ing Kangaroo b, idgea 5 Clea ing lhllf-chain wide between. Ker.ng and I ake Mran 6 Clearing half-chair wide from ...

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MURRAY DOWNS STATION. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 23 November 1877

MUURRAY DOWNS STATION. A walk of about a mile, takes the visitors from the ferry boat on the New South Wales side of the Murray, to the Murray Downs Sta tion, the property of Mr. Officer. One glance is sufficient to inform the visitor, even from a distance, that the proprietor is a resident, as such vast the improvements are not to be seen on stations owned by absentees. The run contains   an area of about fifty miles of good grazing land, being held in fee simple, and by lease, from the New South Wales Government. On account of good management, by under, instead of over stocking, there is excellent feed all the year round. At present the land is carrying about 37,000 sheep pure and x bred merino and about 400 cattle. As another advantage gained by under stocking the wool from this station fetched the highest price in the last London market. The dwelling house at the home   station is both commodius and picturesque.   It is of one storey, and c...

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WAR TELEGRAMS. LONDON, NOV.1. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 23 November 1877

S WAR TELEGRAMS. : , [MnOM TIF. AnOUS CORRESPONDENT.] - - Loso'l, No:. 1. ; ml Turldkish deserters from Plevna are nu- ~oi merous. on. There is a report that the garrison is short poi of provisions and ammunitioin. Pe The fate of Osman's Pasha's army ex cites great uneasiness at Constantinople. 'a Chefket Pasha is fortifying Orohanie, on the road between Sophia and Plevna. ThecombinedTurkish forceshave reached Erzerbum. At Hassan Kaleth, on the night of the 30th October, the Russians surrounded the rear guard of the Turkish army, and cap tured two battallions. The correspondent of the Dai'y Telegraph was made prisoner I but was allowed to escape after being-plun- I m dered by Cossacks. - TI The Russian divisions are concentrated is at Koprikoi, to the north-east of Erzeroum. I Lo-DOC, NoV. 2. cc The Russians .are advancing on the qi Sophia road, and took Radomirza, beyond t Teliche. Ir Clhefket Pasha, with 12 battallions of in fantry, fled,- and was pursued' by. the Russian cavalry....

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