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A PRESENT FOR THE EX-PREMIER [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 30 November 1877

A PRESENT FOR TBH EL-PRE1IER -.4--t A corr sponde t relates a curious story *f a present to the ex Premier. lie wr.tes that a SWarrington wor, in man, John Lilley. empl.yed by a local fi m of soap manufacturers, havi .g obtained permission f om the firm to possess himsalf of a box of soap "for a friend , procured a uoiqio collection of the bes. soap tablets for toi:et purposoe,, in a variety of corours, and packed them in a mahogany box he had made for the purpose. With th e oap he procee?lod to London, and on rea~hing the House of Commons he waited in vain for Mr Gladstone. 'The next day fouend him again at his p.at, but with a like r suit. Then. on the recommendation of MrJacob Bright Lilley wonM to he touse of .lir itylands. M1P, to wh?m he told the story of his mission, and Mr Rylands had the b x conveyed to Mr Gladstone a rceid' nee the ne.t day. He aleo gave Litley an order for the Strangers' Gallr ry, and later on in the evening ",r Rylauds informed him to his own satisfactio...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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HORSE AND CATTLE MARKET. Saturday, 24th November. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 30 November 1877

HORSE AND CATTLE MARKET. Saturday, 24th-November. Messrs. L. Macpherson and Co. report: -Uinbrok-en stock.--None forward. Broken in-stock.-A good eupply of useful horses forward, and an average attendance. .31r ket rather better. for- good draught stock, sales of which were made at from £25 to £40; light harness and hacks are dull at from £10 to £1,5, at which prices some were disposedof i rices for best horses are un changed. Iat cattle--Market quiet, and prices again declined. Our 'sales are 1X ead, hullocks to £.; 35s, cows to £71 Ids. Fat calves-Best quality sold fairly, inferior no demand. -Our salesare 18 head from 35 to £3 10s- Stores--oth sheep aid cattle continue dull of sale, owing to the'scarcity of water in the upp-coiinti-r districts. 31ilc cows continue in very little demand. Sheep -Best qiality sold at late rates, inferior de 'cliiid' considerably. Mirket quiet; very few woiolled sheep ire offering. Wethers sold ftromis to 13s, shorn ewes- q s C to 9s. Oir sales are 1...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 30 November 1877

COACHES. COBB & CO'S LINE.oF COACHES. PIEDI)UCEO RATE;. I pA Coach will Start l romn J K ERANG FuR INGLsW uOD Bce, y'?Lrning at Five o'clock (' undaya Exceplted) INGLW. OOD' T E RANG, S11 p.m. Daily (°unday excepted) Frare--to; Ret?rn I'?cket, 15s. RosERTSON, WAGNER & CO. J ROBERTSON', Manager. DAY COACH FROM KERANG TO INGLEWOOD. S. COAC is now ing Taverner' Cornm ! mercial dote!, KernaE, for Inglewood, every Tuesdy., Thuroda.y. nod Saturday; at Five a rn, returning fr m yn, ewvood etery Monday. Wednesday, and Frida, reaching Ker._g at 7 hree p.m. HAMILTON & M'IAHOF, P'rop ietors. J. IH. TAVERNERi Agent, C ,mmercial Hutel, lKtrang. TRADE ADDRESSES. ROBERT PETTIGREW, SADDLEItR & ST?OREKEEPER, " CASrIo?L.L ane:e, Sw A tN HL L. W. J. W. PATOHELL,j GENERAL STOREKEEPER, S KERANG, A GENT for the V'ctoria Life and Life Insu rance Company; M UTUAL Assurance Society of Victoria ; J .L CL'lIR and. Co , Wool Brokers, a Melbourne. Advances Made on Comring Clip. -...

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FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE. Sandhurst, 1st December. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 7 December 1877

FARM A\D DAIRYTPRODUCE: Sandhurst, lst December. - essrs Johr. Kay and Co report:--W.Fecons tinned dry weather is begnning to havean effect on the supplyof butter, especially froin the dis tricts north of Sandni ret. The quautity has already diminished two-thirds, and were it not for the"produce coming from the Kyneton di- - tricet, we Shauld have to report a very ashort supply. Bacon is coming into miore favor, and prices for that class of produce are steadily in creasing. Oheese is coming in freely. -Eggs are rising in price. There is also a good de minnd for poultry, espeially young roosters and hens; Our sales were :--Fresh butter, 8d to is O0d per Ib for tip top; inferior, 7d to .7d per lb and only sileable for pastry;" potted , butter, prime is much inquired after, and would meet with ready sale at 8d to Od· per lb; hen eggs vh?ied frotm 11d perdozen on Thursday, to Is 0Ad'per dozen; duck egg,s s 2d to Is 3ad per dozen; ieeene, 3d to Sjd psrlb; bacon 8d to 10d per Ib; hants; d...

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STOCK REPORT. Sandhurst, 4th December. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 7 December 1877

STOCK REPORT. , . Saundhurst, 4th December. SMessrs. Ettershank, Eaglestone, and .Co. report:-Cattle, 560 yarded, consisting for the most part of medium and inferior quality, with a fsew pns only of a better description. Prices ruled about equal to last week's quotations. We have sold for Messrs Blhnden, Williamson D. LMakenzie, ior.on, ,tHarrison, Whittle, Chappel, and Mann, 1U8 bullocks and cows, to '8 12s 6d. Fat Calves, 86 in, which proved snllicient for requirements. The sale was sa tisfaitorv, at advanced rates. We have sold two semall cotnsignments from £2 to £3 15s. ` Fat Sheep-6,583 penned. The market was dull, tand there is no improvement in prices to report. Shorn wether", crossbred, lls 6d; merinos, 7o to 10s; ewes, from 5s to Ts. We have sold 2,700 for. various owners at these quotations. Fat Lamlts--721 forward. Owing tothe nmode rite supply prices improved slightly. Wo havr sold some small drafts for different owners at 8s Gd. Melbourne 4th December. MIesssrs A. Stret...

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THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. ILLEGALLY CONSTITUTED. WRITS ISSUED AGAINST THE MEMBERS [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 7 December 1877

TIIE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. ILLEGALLY CONSTITUTED. wnrrs IsSUED AGAINST THE ?im ?,u :The Ballarat. correspondent of the A? on Friday telegraphed'to that jounrnal a follows :--31r John Palmer to-day in, writs against twenty-eight members of te Upper louse, under the 7th section of Ac. 32 Vic., No' 329, for sitting and varon illegally. The 7th section states that e, member of the Upper IHouse shall make declaration before taking his scat, accord. ing to 'the 2nd schedule of the A specifying- his qualification according to the rate-book or. books of the di, trict in which qualification is situate. It appears that not one of thirty meimber conformed to the act in this respect. gtr two of the members have qualifications ne the mark, and these have not been ,roceed. ed with. The aggregate amount sued for. by I1Mr Palmer on twenty-eight write is L252,000. .It is intended to. engage -counsel on Friday, and probably 3irllighii. bothiam will be appointed for the pursiua. The above writ has been...

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THE PAPACY UNDER PIO NONO. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 7 December 1877

TIHE PPAXCY UNDER I'IO NONO. : The lEcRtbliii l~~ ,cuaiti gives" some statistics of the increase, .hichi. has been made in the hierarcy of tihe Roniia Catholil: Chulrch ilirng the Ionitificate of the pre sent Pope. :During his: lengtlhened reign Tils IX: has, it appeais,' founded twenty nine metropolitan churches, 130 episcopal chairs, three'nitlltds direcc?os, three aposto-_ lie delegations, thirty three apostolic.vicar ages, and fifteen apostolic prefectures. In Europe at' the' present time there'are al together five hundred and ninety-five bis hoprics aand archbishropricn, . either imme diately subject to the.Papal' See or suffra gans of metropolitan churcheos: in America, seventy-two : in Africd, elevei.; in Asia, ten; and: in. Australia and Polynesia, ttrenty-ose. Of religious orders there are fifty-three ; of monastic orders, lifteen; and of mendicanlt orders, fo?rteen. Thir teen States are represented at the V ticau- namely, France, Austria, Spain, Bavaria, Belglmium; ]Brazi,...

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DURHAM OX FRIDAY November 30 [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 7 December 1877

DURHAM OX [rnox oUn OWN coRIsPOn DN ?e : 4`FarNoI Novrem ee ;-;I is satisfactory to find that the machte. and long talked of bridge over the Serpents, is likely to be built at last. -We accept tinst an instalment of the many things reqirt among others, the frmnii g and channelling or principal business thoroughfare. IT weather the business premises are com?le puddles, and the roadway a eerie, of bog ho?' One of the matters mentionol at the late Shi? Council mheeting is also of importance, viz, s pound. Pounds and poundkeepers, like glob and policeman, are necessary evils, and it ha been, and still it, a serious matter to resides in the locality to avail themselves of the pro. visions of the Impounding Act. It is only ja and right that there should be no necessity travel e6 far as Kerang for the purpose. Oue wants are so numerous that in the limited spoe at my disposal, I can only refer to the mors pressing. It is a good old Elglish maxina " That justice [as far as practicab'e] shoul...

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BOORT. WEDNESDAY, December 5 [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 7 December 1877

BOORT. [eno' QUor OWN CORUKOPONDENT.] WneasnDAr, December 5 A meeting was held hero on Saturday eves, ing at King's Hotel-the large room of which was crowded-teo hear the two candidates ex. pre.s their views, and give the electors an .op. portunity of deciding which of them was be 1 adapted to fill the.vacancy in the Weit Loddoo Riding of the Swan Hill Shire. The seat ren. dercd vacant had. been held by Mr'-Laidlaw, who had etired consequent on his having so'd his property.. Mr Lngdmnwas ca'led to the chair; and while introducing Mr Barnes to the meeting trusted that the candidates would be allowed a fair and patient hearing * Mr Barnea then address id the meeting at sbme length; explained his reasons for desiring to represent the electors -and wished to ima press on his audience that as the interests and well being of the disri:t was as much his a theirs they might be convinced that he would ever be on the guard to preserve them gene rally; and that the West Riding should have his ...

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STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 7 December 1877

.SToO SALE.-It is notified -elsewhera that Messrs Powers. ?utherford and Cod. will hold their next sale at Kerang on Friday. next -4-h instant-when doubtless some first clans stock *ilrbe disposed of.- ,-... . " A sheep dip-For tick, use- -oonce "arsnic to the gallon of water; for. scab; 3 ponsds to 100 gallons water; yon may save soda bp. ina{ sins a lye of wood ashes, of which add as nuch to the water as may auff?e to dissolve the arsenic ; the lime and ulphur:dip is made iy boiling together until dissolved, 2 ounces of ?lphur and 2 ounces of lime to each gallon of water ; the wool is not improved by, using the inme and sulphur dip; but if intendeod to dip :or' shearing, it may be cmployed without nuch injury . , ,

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 7 December 1877

GOVERW^ ERA CGAZE2TE. The following information is taken -cm last weelks Gazele : Additonal magistratesn for the Midland ]Iiliwick -John Gregory Edwards, Esq, t urot; patrick HayCes, Eeq, Sandhurat Dougls's bonded warehouse, Swan Hill--It Snotified for general information that the pecmsion grntedto the late Mr Peter Doug ra, taing goods in bond, has be.n transferred to Messrs Fartiero and Stitt A number ofnames, both lessees and llcoe ees, are given whose rents are in arrear The following applications for leases under the 40th section have been approved: Michael Sianott, Torrumberry North; :fElizabath Motaey, Turrumberry North; Michael t'Neil, Tenic Territk West; Selina Nanshivill, Dingee and Wanrp; -James Larkin, Terrick ferrick West The following applications for licenses under section 19 of the Land Act 1859 have been appro?d: Thomas Mountjoy, Turramberry; etchael Rose. tinchha West Oter applications have been severally dis posed of as follows. all open for selection on 14th Dece...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 7 December 1877

SPEC" SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. --- -- ; ."'** --- -' TH BAK OF VICTbORIA' ccorporat dby Act of Council. BEli RNC Hof this BANK is now opened Sat cwan Hill, for the transaction #f ge r.'rrl tbanking businees. 1.y ncr:e of the board, . R. SHA.N, Acting-General Manager. nPao of Victoria, ... . . llcar Office, Melbourne 29th May, 1877. THLI INAIIONAL BANK. O. - AUITRALASIA. A BRANCII of this BANK is. row opened . at Kerang, for.the transaction of oldi .ary banking business, under the management of 3r JJmes Calvert. lyv order of the Board of Directors, F. U. SMIlt. . Chief Manager, lead Office,. Melbourne 7th Augrst 1877. THE RANK OF VICTORIA. A PRANCH of this BANK has been opened at Kerang for general banking bustness. Interest allowed on deposits. Dhafts issued on all parts ,f the world J. F. OGILBY, Acting Manage-. eank of Victoria, Xerang, O1st September, 1875. AUSTRALIAN AND BUROFEAN BANK (Limi od.) A IRANCH of this BANK hasbhen opened at the Terric'e Ter ick (with an A goncy Nt Pyra...

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RESIDENCE UNDER THE LAND ACT. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 7 December 1877

RESIDENCE-UNDER THE LAND ACT. It is generally considered, by> the majority of ,personss that the wiirking man has nothing to do,but to go in and select where.he likes, from land not already selected, anid 'ef/adot to becobni a landownetr iinde land laws. devised and passed for the sole. benefit of-the poor man.: We must, at the-first stage of.our argument, pronounce .this.to..be an utter fallacy, as we will show, and that it is far from the poor man haling a door opened whereby he may pass in time from want and. distress to compa rative ease, and' to a sure means of; raising himself in the social scale.' It is just' the reverse. To enable him, to. gather his children around him onlhis owrn homestead, of which he holds the title-the very idea of which is so dear to men hailing from British climes, as undoubtedly it is to the bulk of mankind. So far are all these prospective advantages from be coming realised by the poor. man, that we may say at once that they are ut terly beyond '...

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TORRES STRAITS MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 7 December 1877

TO1 RR S. STPRAITS MAIL. The Torres Straits mail steamer arrived at Couktowin yesterday. and proceeded south in the oveuiug,takiug withher a passenuger, the lion. Mr. Douglas, Premier of Queens h:ud. The f.,ll:ring itemi'of ilews have been I broulht by her :-The township of Somer set has been shifted to Thursday Island. andil all the luildings at Soimerset have hecu sold to M3r..i.hdine, wiii iintends to foirti a cattle station there. The first land sale will take place at Thursday Island shortly, and it is intendel by the i'remier to propose that the sales should ,e held alternately at hirisbane and Thursdray Island, in order to give slpeulators at bt!i places a chance to buy. ildptain Scott, the well-known pearl fishler,wasidrowned while going fromi Somer-: set to Thursday Island. A light boom, struck hint and knocked hiti overbuard. The body has inot yet beenl found,. but a reward is offered for its rec-overy. There was no cargo for Australia offer ing in China and the East when ...

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SELECT POETRY. THE SUNLIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 7 December 1877

SELECT POETRY. THE SUNLIGHT. Blessed is the sunlight! giving joyunto the child Chasing the butterfly, beautiful and wild," Where the banks ,are waving thick with grasses fresh and sweet, And the daisy noddeth at his little feet. Blessed is the sunlight to the eves of weary age, Care-worn, and fading .from earthly pil grinageo! Looling out from HIeaven' plains, his latest, perfect home ; .. Softly it beamreth,and beckons him to come. Blessed is the sunlight! for it rests on rich and poor, Glowing thlro' the forest, gladrdening the moor: Gratefully regardn it, falling o'er the ver dant sod; iorw before its glory !---it is the smile of God!

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PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 7 December 1877

I'. I,.A\E..- NTr. [1I the legislative Cuncil ou 'Thurs day week. the imining on Private Pro perty I1ill was further considered in committee. and the third reading nade an order of the day for the following Tuesday. The Ixjilosive SubstaeSes Lill was reported with amendments, the third reading fixed for the' 5th inst., and -a new clause was added to the. Drainage of Blines Bill. .Atthe sitting of the Legislative Assembly on Thaarsday week, the payment of mem bers occupied the attention of the hon. members. The items which had been passedin committee of supply were reported to the Ilouse, and on the amount for reimbursing members being read, Mr Ker ferd opposed it. The item was ultimately passed. The remainder of the supplemen tary estimates was then taken, and though ilhe y were all passed by the committee, it was on the understanding that one or two votes should be discussed when they were reported, the most important of which is the £20,000 for prospecting parties. On Tuesday even...

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SELECTION OF RESERVES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERANG TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 7 December 1877

SELECTION OF RESERVES. To THE EDITOR OF THE XaENa TIMES. S?n,-Passing a public reserve a few days ago at Boort, I saw pegs in and application papers signed by a man who ought to know better. Finding, as I expect he has, it is a reserve, he is actually collecting names to a memorial to the lands authorities to give him the on'y bit of reserve with water available in the parish of Eoort. The writer knows every name on that memorial, and should it ever come before the Land Board I trust,dr Editor, vour reporter will take down every name; and let the public see how the memorial game is worked! Yours, &c., - C soR. [We have omitted a considerable portion of our correspondent's letter; it being too personal for insertion- ED K.T]

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CORRESPONDENCE. A PROCLAMATION. [TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERANG TIMES.] [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 7 December 1877

S--CORRESPOND)ENCE. - A 'PROCLAMATION. [To uno EDaron or Tnax Keso TrEus.] Sir,-I have been served with a proclamation of which the following is a copy : Colony of Victoria to wit. To our well beloved: and trusty subjects cf Kerang and Inglewood, and all other of our subjects throughout the known world. We Bobb and Co., otherwise called Bobinson and Bagall, or by whatever cognomen known by divine grace public election and our own constitution, king of all coach roads, coaches, coachmen, &e, send greeting : Whereas, since) the commencement of our reign in the year 1492, we have enjoyed the exclusive right and privilege to run coaches on our said roads, and to make all such charges as we in our wisdom and mercy have thought proper. And whereas we hive form.any years run a coach on the Sandhurst to Swan Hill road at the nominal fare of 60s, or sixpence per mile forthe through journey, and ninepence per mile or thereabouts for intermediate starccs. And whereas certain evil dispo...

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ENGLISH MAIL [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 7 December 1877

F.?GLSHE MAIL.-TheR.M.S.S. Siam arrived in Hobson's Bay: on Monday last. A synopsis of news brought by her will be found on our fourth page. THE HARVEST.T-Many of the farmers in i this neighbourhood have completed their harvest as far as the reaping ma chine is co6icerned.- Those who were late commencing have ' to finish with the stripper. A great'amount'ofdoubt seems to exist in the mind of- some re garding the advantages of thd stripper. Many of our settlers who, have been farming in other parts of Victoria pin their faith to the reaping machine, and are quite content to pay four or five times the amount to save theirharavest than those who use the stripper do. Some 'of our farmers, notably those near. Gunbower, have farmed .in South Australia. They know, and'cari Sappreciate the value of the stripper as a labour saving machine. With two men at the stripper,.a'id" tio. at,the winnowing machine, wheat is ready for the market a few hours after the har vest hlas ~omierticed. PaOLIFtc...

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ATTEMPTED-MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 7 December 1877

SATTEMIPTED-nLMURDER. A Ohinamaninamed George Alh'Foo waiv charged'at'ti eiDeiillipti Police 'Court, on thei26th ult:, irith stabbing with intent to innrder:a woman named EsmmiKaiennedyiit the? Chinese- camp in Deniliquin, on the night of November 17. Emma Kennedy deposed.-I'lived- with the prisoner in Sandhurst for nearly three years. I left himn about three msonths ago on account of his ill usage, and came to Deniliquin. I saw prisoner again about a month ago at Deniliquin; he asked me to go back with him to Sandhu"at,but I wrouldnot -I was afraid. I next saw prisoner about a week before he stabbed me. HIe asked me to go back to Saundhurt, but I again refused. From something I had heard,I was afraid to go backwith him; LastFriday week (16th) about 7 p.m., prisoner. came to me at Alh Hing's shop, near the railway bridge. HlIe aske:l me if I would go back W\ithlhim.. I was afraid to say no, and said I would see about it. Ah . Iing called him outside, and told him he had better go aw...

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