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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 7 December 1877

Dr. Marcartney, in his lecture, lately delivered, on Fiji and blackbirding, is re ported to have 'udertiken the defence of Messrs Mount and Morris in the following terms :-" Mount and Morris were not the murderous men they .were made out to be.". They were themselves kidnapped, and only joined in the 'bloody scenes of the Carl to save their own lives ; first, when Murray and his associates threatened to put. them ashore' on a cannibal island, to be devoured if they did :not participate in' crimes that would close their mouths for ever ; and secondly, when the kidnapped slaves on dcavoured to murder all hands or set fire to the ship. IHad the whole of the evideneo been properly laid before the jury, Mount and Morris would not now lie.exiles, lint some of the. miserable wretches who bore witness against them would be either in Pentridge or hung."-C0oi"ilei. The European M.ail states that an ingeni ous instrnument for the cleansing .of trees from caterpillars has .just come to light. I...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ARRIVAL OF THE NORTHUMBERLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 7 December 1877

ARRIVAL OF THE NORTHUM1BER LAID. . On Wednesday week about one p.m. the steamship -:Northumnberland arrived in-the bay from London, being 50 days'out. The follo?wing (being.four days later news thani thait broiught by the mail) has been brought by her : TIIE \Wld. LON~DO, 1st October. The Post publislies a letter from Bel grade,in which it is stated Prince Milan now declines to co-operate with Russia, mainly on account of the plots of the Kara-George vitch family. the head of which is supplied with plenty of money by the Moscoviari and Panulavistc committees. - At midnight of the 25tl September'. elehemet Ali'withdrew the army front the advancel positions on the IBanika Loin to a nore favourable line, which. it now occupies. . Owing to the liouring rain,the roads are knee-deep in mud. ' .t Sarnasflar, Yenikeui,and villages on the way to Eski Djuma,thleie were tlhousaids of refugees bivouacked-in the. fields and on the road side, exposed to the iuclenieiicyof the weather, livin gon r...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 7 December 1877

COACIIUILDEIu . ' C. L. STONEMAN, COAcIBUILIER, WILLIAMSON ST., S SA.NDIIURST " wa"S laws' on hand a superior stock of -l A c ' ndVehides of carious ddarili S u anted an beia of the tion a n~'r. oro-h" easoned, and built under hi, p... _ o. . ril TRADE WAGGON . Iiletarhtih I hate"icen particulart c?ntit 0to bat handlome, litht` .d' am . Will carry six porsons con* r'fehb or ten tudred-weight over .an road. 3Slectors and farmers nar rquestetd to call and eca mini theseo hlndsomeo To hiles. References from any part 'of the : district. L STONE MAN, COACIIBUILDER, WILLIAIMSON STREET, Sandhurst. PICKLES & SONS, AMJ EIICAN STflEA.M2 .,RRIAGE WORKS, WILLIAMSON A BULL STREETS, S1ANDDHuIRST, WARDED Two First Prizo' Silver Cups A Six First and Three Second Prizes, Grand at"ion.l Exhibition 1870 ; First Prize Silver Cup one Special Prizc, end the IlisghestCeritif cats of Merit, for Excellence of Materials and Workmanship, Kyneton Exhibition, 1876; and ovor SlfFirstand Second Prizes at ...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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The Kerang Times AND SWAN HILL GAZETTE. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. KERANG, DECEMBER 7, 1877. THE POLITICAL SITUATION [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 7 December 1877

AND SwAN' HILL GAZETTE. IUBLISHED WEEKLT. KERANG, DECEMBER 7, e877 THE POLITICAL SITUATION Not since the time of the Darlini Grant controversy has the politica horizon been overcast with:such porten tous clouds,:denoting the heat of recip rocal party resentments that threaten revolutionary storm. No doubt a con siderable amount of blame attaches to both parties, 'although undoubtedlI the preponderance of blame is due to the ultra-Conservative party in the House of Landlords, or rather-we should say-to their oracles of the Fourth Estate, in Collins street, b) which that party is guided. First, the Council was advised, by said oracles to take up an impregnable posit;on or the Land Tax Bill; then it was advised to retreat from that; afterwards, tc " stick to its guns, notwithstanding what had occurred," on the Railway Bill. As far back as September 8th, the Argus advised it to stand its ground on the prominent question recently attracting so much attention-the pro vision for payment of...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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ARRIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. ALBANY, Western Australia, Nov. 30 [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 7 December 1877

ARRItIVAL OF THE. ENGLISH MAIL. ALBAeY, Western Australia, Nov. 30. The R.M.S. Siam arriitedat Kiiin Gsirge'[ Sound; to=day, after having made the fastest passage on record,having been only eleven days sixteen hours in accomplishing the distance. She brings English papers I to the 26th October. . The following is the passenger list: For Sydney-Miss Osborn. Messrs W. Hay, Ilelton, Mayrick, Balfour, and Leonard. For Brisbane.-The Rev 13. Hammond, Mrs. A. Cox, and Miss IIillacar. For New Zealand-3essrs Duthie, Towers, Herman, Reynolds, and Lakes, Miss Lakes, Mr. and Mrs. Severn, and Judge and Mrs. Grisson. For Melbourne-Lady .Murphy,. Missses. Murphy (three), Messrs Clark (three), Fair child, and O'lieston, Miss Monteagristit. Messrs. Liddle, Jones, 1'ool, Burrowes and Son, Anderson, Felix, Kahat, Dunlea, .Morewood, Mertin, Compton, Deack, Judge, and MrsJGrissolr....... I The principal events'in eonnection with the Turco-Unussian war have been the defeat of the Turks in two great battl...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LOCAL LAND BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 7 December 1877

LOCAL LAND BOARD.   A Local Land Board will be held in Kerang on the 14th instant, when the applications of the following persons will be dealt with: M Procter, Boort, 320a, J, McFarland's for feited land R Lindsay, Gannawarra, 320a, W of J Iar roner D Nicol, Gannawarra, 320a, N of James Hart F West, Gannawarra, 320a, N of T Hird E Dickens, Gannawarra, 320a, W and S of Chambers W Chambers, Gannawarra, 320a, half mile N of A Poole M Harrigan, 320a, Gannawarra; E of E Dickens Geo Gibbs, 200a, Gannawarra, S of M Hay lett N McLeod, 140a, Gannawarra, N of Lindsay J Osborough, 320a, Gannawarra, joining Hart's 19th section   M Keane, 317a, Gannawarra, E of Fletcher James Hart, 320a, Gannawarra, N W from   110 sec reserve A Poole, 210a, Gannawarra, between Hird and G Hale J Purton, 200a, Gannawarra, E of Gibbs C W Fry, Gredgwin, 240a; E of Lake's fd   block . Geo Clark, Loddon, 320a, S of G M Cons   J Chenery, Loddon, 320a, E ...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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CASEY BANQUET. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 7 December 1877

('Asr B1?ANQCE.-A meeting of the orn. mittic took pl.hc on Va:urday last. Messrs Taveraer, Littleton, If.ulkes, Fry, and the honorary'aecretary being present. The secre. tary brought up a statement of assets and H liabilities so far as at present ascertained.. Great difficulty is cxp.rienced in arriving at a ettlement oeiug to the fact that many parties to whom tickets were sent for all have not yet furnished their rturns The do'ny is not very intelligible as all pelsons mu t know S that the committee are anxious to settle all account, and cannot de so until they ascertain their financial position. The s:cretarr was requeated to lorward a circular letter asking for h outsansding retu ns. 3Many parties the com mittes believe are at work raising ubeerip tiont in aid The committee have already 0 received subscriptions of £5 from Meesrs lRead and Weavin ofEchuca; £2 from M r Myles of D ham Ox : and a guinea each from Messrs Mrar, Ford. Dw'ight. Gutrden. and Max.vcll. The cmmiittee came ...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 7 December 1877

FOR SALE. FOR SALE (Cheap) - Singer's Sewing Ma- chine, second han d. Apply R. C. Bamrow Kerang. FOR SALE-A STRIPPER (Cheap). Apply to A. A. AMOS, GANNAWARRA. FOR SALE, by private contract, Town Lots in eligible situations in Kerang. Apply Robert C. Bristow, Auctioneer and General Agent, Victoria street (next National Bank), Kerang. LOST. One Pound Reward.   LOST, BAY MARE, branded J in circle   near shoulder, star on forehead, four white feet. Communicate with W. Radcliffe, Lake Elizabeth, Kerang. Ten Shillings Reward. LOST, out of Mr Eleley's paddock, near Kerang, ONE BAY GELDING, branded G PL X, and upon the near shoulder N. cver FE. Any person giving such information as *will lead to the Recovery of said GzLDI.n will Re:rive the above Reward. JOHN MEDE, Baker, Keren;. CARRIERS. G. MARSHALL, General Carrier from Sandhurst and Bridgewater to Kerang, BEGS to notify thathe is also at purchasfr D o£ Hides, Sheep, Kangaroo, and Goat SSkins, and Tallow, in any...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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BOILER EXPLOSION. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 7 December 1877

BOILER EXPLOSION. Chiltern was in a sad state of ex- citement at the news of the boiler of the Magenta Quartz Reef having burst on Mon- day morning. The reef and machinery are the property of Messrs Reitch and Mace. It seems, says the Age, that Mr J. Murray, of the Chiltern Foundry, and Mr Mace, were testing the boiler under steam, and having discovered a leakage, were carefully watching for the exact spot, when suddenly the boiler exploded and most dis- tressingly scalded both of them. The manager, Mr Rowe, had just a few minutes before been standing in front of the grating, and would have been blown to atoms but for his being asked by Mr Mace to fetch a scraper, with which he had not returned. Dr Frank Haley was quickly on the spot,     and with assistance from friends, the in-   jured men were all cared for. but their sufferings were very severe, each being more or less scalded from head to foot. The steam on at the time was at a pressure of...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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A MINER CRUSHED TO DEATH AT CRESWICK. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 7 December 1877

A MINER CRUSHED TO DEATH AT CRESWICK. A most lamentable and fatal accident occurred on Saturday week last, by which the life was crushed out of the bread-winner of a family residing near the Ballarat road. It appears that the deceased, Joseph Dean, an old Creswick digger, left his home about six o'clock a.m., and pro- ceeded to his work in a cutting on the White Hill, and at no great distance from his home. A young nephew happening to pass by the spot about ten o'clock, saw the   deceased lying with a quantity of earth: upon hin, and as he did not an- swer when spoken to by the lad, he con- cluded he was dead, and went at once and informed Mrs. Dean. At about the same time a Chinaman passed , and seeing the un- fortunate man, called the attention of T. Radcliffe, who, with the assistance of Wil- liam and Thomas Chalkley, got the, de- ceased out, but he was then quite dead. When found he was covered up with earth, with the exception of his head, and in a   k...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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EUROPEAN TELEGRAM. PARIS, Nov. 14. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 14 December 1877

EUROPEAN TELEGRAM. Panrs, Nov. 14. The French Assembly has carried a reso lhtion to prevent business being obstructed. The peualtiesare loss of payment, expulsion, and imprisonment. - LoNDOx, Nov. 14. Mr Gladstone has been elected Lord Rec tor of the Glasgow University. Cardinals Simeoni and 'aces hence forth transact business and sign for the Pope. PAns, Nov. 17. Twenty-seven members of the Right and Centre of the Senate having informed the Marshal-President MacMahon that they could not support the Ministry and would refuse to dissolve again, the Ministry re signed. A Berlin telegram in the Daily ?Yews as serts that Germany would refuse diplomiatic relations to any Government springing from a coup d' ctat. The Committee of Inquiry of Thirty three all belong to the Left. LoxuoN, Nov. 17. The Australian mail visa Briudisi has been delivered. (The mail left Melbourne on October 4.) The money market is rather finn. The Bank minimum is unchanged. Discount rates in the open smirket are s...

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THE EASTERN WAR. LONDON, Nov. 14. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 14 December 1877

THE-EASTERN VWAR. [BY- Sumr.axniM CABLE.]. (FROG[ TIl.mRGUS CORRESPONDIzET). Losnos, Nov. 14. There has been continual lighting to the south of Plevna. General Skobeloff has captured fresh positions, and the circle of investment is contracted. The Russians are advancing westward, to effect a junction with the Servians. War between Turkey and Servia is imminent. The Turks,_under Mehemet Ali, are mustering at Sophia, to oppose the movement, or to proceed to the relief of Osman Pasha. Sophia is crowded with Mussuhnan fugi tives. At a Grand Council, held at Constanti nople on Wednesday, it was decided to re inforce Mehemet Ali: A telegram in the Standard from Pore din states that the Russians sent an envoy to Plerna to demand its surrender, and that Osman Pasha replied that he had not exhausted his means of defence. TheTurks arelharrassingthe Russian posi tions near Plevna to prevent the despatch of troops to Plevna. Prince Nikita, of MIontenego, has cap tured tihe forts commanding Anti...

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DEATHS OF MR. G. P. SMITH, AND JUDGE POHLMAN. MELBOURNE, Thursday, Dec. 6. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 14 December 1877

DEKTIIS OF M31. G. P. SMITIT, AND JUDGE POIIL~LN. 3eimLnounxxl, Thursday, Dec. (i. The illness of MIr. C. 1'. Smith as sinned so grave an aspect last evening that no hopes were held out of his'recovery. At a late hour last night he was in a very critical condition, and it was feared that lihe could not live beyond a few days at most. Internal hiemorrhagc set in, and the medi cal men in attendance upon him were of I opinion that it could not be stopped; their I opinions proved but too true, as MJr. Smith expired about nine o'clock this forenoon. Mr Kinightan auctioneer,will be the Go vernment candidate to fill the vacant seat for Booroondara consequent on AMr. Smith's decease, and Mr. Murray Smith stands in the Opposition interest for the same con stituency. His Honor Judge Pohlman died at mid night. The Law Courts here adjourned in consequence.

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THE CALIFORNIA MAIL. SYDNEY, Wednesday, Dec. 5. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 14 December 1877

THE CALIFORNIA MAIL. SYvDxrN , Wednesday, Dec. 5. The R.Mt.S.8. Australia arrived late last I night from San Francisco, via Auckland, The following is a summary of the news: SA FtsŽxcxsco, Nov. 7. Edwin Adams, the actor, died at 'hila delphiaon Sundaymorning, 28thult. His end was peaceful and painless. Two steamers from Boston to Liverpool sailed oh the 27th ult., taldking 125,000 bushels of wheat shipped by Chicago parties on a through bill of lading. Engagements are already made for all grain tonnage on the November steamers. The north-eastern states and Canada were visited by a heavy earthquake on the 4th inst. Buildings were badly shaken and crockery broken. The cigar makers' strikes continue in New York. One of the largest firms of the city has telegraphed to San Francisco, ordering 500 Chinanmen to be sent to New York immediately. The elections in the eastern states, No vember 6th, indicate that New York, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey have gone Democratic. The Republicans not o...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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PARLIAMENTARY. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 14 December 1877

rARLILAMENTARY. The Legislative Council sat on Wednes day week for ten minutes, long enough to receive three or four bills from the As sembly, fix days for the consideration of them, or the messages by which they were accompanied, and to dispose finally of the Mining on Private Property Bill, which was passed, and sent to the Assembly. One of the bills received, related to pay ment of members, the second reading of which was made an order of the day for Tuesday. The Assembly mot Wednesday week, only to adjourn again. Mr Berry at once mentioned the death of 'Mr G. P. Smith, to whose abilities and character he bore willing testimony. "At such a moment," said the Chief Secretary, " he forgot that the deceased gentleman had been a strong political opponent, and only remembered his services to the country." Sir James M'Culloch seconded the motion for ad journment, and referred to IMr Smith as a valued colleague and an upright and honor able man. The motion was agreed to in a full House i...

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COMMERCIAL. [?]CUR AND GRAIN MARKET Sand[?]st December 10 [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 14 December 1877

COMMF.RCIA r' CIIR.A ii Rf· IN IIt.XLLT... SaraAtu:D embcr 1O I'~a fell wind are the prices w tnt ruled tbS di* :-Fl hr-1 :13 t4on; inic wh et--4% ir ,, 4el;'o 'i 'Q bitch~ Ihr l]/ ý3(p busbl; 1-_a: , T/9 j bcshtel:

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FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE Sandhurst, December 8 [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 14 December 1877

FARM AND: DAsIRY PRODUCE Sand urst, Doremiber S* " - a Jimhn iar and ro report :- Cur mar Yet h-s beenlaer-ely anpplied 11ii1, week -not oitihatmudiog - nubh prices hve odvanced in * nrn,4e,1nce of the 'nre'ott odnnoneof hover'. Our n-ees were I: frnsbutter (pritnn 1 di to 1/I1? bii fctei is zrite iiab us hoghe': inferior to tn-nm. * d to I-d t? !b '; ptted-butte-. `d to 1Cd ' lb [wonrted]; cng 1/ 4 to 1/2 8 d-rvn; o:hwr preids e mneh the sis: as prut

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TRUE ECONOMY. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 14 December 1877

Tnu FoNolo3Y.-Their art of living easily is.to pitch.your scale of livin ctne degree below your means, and to :iuves the difference in life ossurnnce. SIaze-ý TrE.- An easy diagnosis of snalek 1ite apparently not geinerally known, even b the faculty, is thus ;iven in hrcffit's Snakes.o SAustralia :-Innocuous snak;,' when they bitb leave marks thuas ::. Venomous snakes; i vhen they bite, leave tr punctures only, thus :

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TELEGRAPH. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 14 December 1877

II TEiritsA.-ri '1'i1i overian' 'telegri8)h Ii lino to Western Anstralia from toutth .o Australia is nowcomplete. TniuP'is one~wey Cor a women to keep maecreL., Thatie-to'keepit going...

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DURHAM OX TUESDAY, December 11 [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 14 December 1877

TruesDAn' Deczmhrr i TEhtruth of the Pro' itop eoldfcr 0d the L the healt eir;' boo bean ninply too oormed do ihoot c f *. a. On sscrio Ce fmC~OhiOdi~rC: 0~-~~~tthere wit Ihin ohoe lortni;S re toom COf1Ofl f.0. e ofrn a Ihn S y e O hoca~r ith h'aW} thio dor c l.os, aol tern0 '*0s b tt CO Cr~ COs 1,-cprrat oas hl t,c Luc ui:!, to lsers 0.jl..AS ForoiL I o:: :i oils flot 1 h ,cu ni ; tll?_CiedJ!2 1d3 il ftedhO~ deob' COir her oren' oder~ I' ;oo highi f,,v '1 0000, Co fl dnp tel lal h11 San, a andl~r ""'1. to ecar e "''0Ap fi5,t!rotri~t regon',C'ett to atom~ 10o eg I pr f seat dims 1 every cl' C len iA oh ssamopd jud or0 .s l a a 0ea 0r0 i hise a1 sufficient o1PIY frth o 0.1 . tl onch :ons)7 tC quo e drs; nod f drocgth 0 d 100 fitoog.e t ihio I i Crq 00 00ioa are a otifOOS m5o,, 1mg r,,the oaffezt 'si I bdiOS t F th ` Lrtnle ll many a i toeli ,r.10i MY 31-0t yl a efl coptcien t o lyS pu~e!o their steck at 00og:1d~r~bto lost. shro.sk P: stoss} rstOiacs 00 ill dIrt' emind, f , r wh-, irr...

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