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CORRESPONDENCE. REPLY TO THE SLEEPY RESIDENT OF THE HOLLOW. TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERANG TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 14 December 1877
CORRESPONDENCE. ,EPLY TO TTP' SLFPT REIDEINT OF - s HOLLOW. o ro E ?iToa OF Tor gg R AO Trlt]rS. -,, Ansser a fool acording to his fouvy lest he be pia, Li his os concsi.'?-Proverb3 of -olo-[ Sin. S-31Y atterition has been called to a arogmp in '- Jottings from Slerepy I s110,' I by an occlsinatl eurrrspondent. wh oh ' a - p art in your ismue of Friday last; anIl an, in the opinioa of e ,n. ,dks hlero it is int.,o del fr. a not '" unm.r iful ?t ' at me, I desire to ma.e a temark or two in raply. I hove a suffii-n" amount of hlo:outr in my toM.pnOiian to appreei.ne a " g O1 thi- ' iOh . ths w: of a jJ! evIen hea n:y u xpcien la? the jake smut b so '. cenetl.: pTp r'"ut a not -o nee sitate I lobe h 1ug0 it 's 0 .t i. If the nrraomp'l in q't-stio;n II u not b roe he Lobel--lhis is a :: od thing-t- y o s .1e of he lul 'eeus it not suei?iently keen to l.- .e r reived it, uless inleed I e a 'no0 jo,ko to ecio a flootho 1 aend putl:sh it as t: nh : O the auth:rity of an in:orrigibl_ j ker ...
THE LATE JUDGE POHLMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 14 December 1877
TIlE, LATE JUDGE POIIMIAN. The funeral of, the late respected Judge took place on Saturday. The following brief sketch of his career will not be un interesting to our readers :-The late Judge Pohhnan was born in London in the year 1817. IHe was educated for the legal profession, and was called to the bar in 1839. Shortly afterwards he left for what was then known as the Port Plillip settlement, where he arrived in 1840, and in April, 1841, he was admitted a member of the colonial bar, being one of the first three placed on the roll of the Supreme Court here. In 1854 he was appointed Master-in-Equity and' Commissioner of Insolvent Estates,' and afterwards Chair man of General Sessions. ' On 11th No .vember, 1851, Mr La Trobe, the first Go vernor of Victoria, nominated Mr P'ohnan to one of the non-elective" seats in the Le gislative Council. aIe was also Chairinan of the Denominational Board of Education. Shortly afterwards the elective seat - for the representation.of the four counti...
AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 14 December 1877
AGRICULOTURAL NOTErS. The harvest in tho.Bendigo distict is several places coming in very irreg This is especially the Ceaso 'out | Creek, Axedale, and along the Canm Ae The reaping machines have in conseqe on some farms, to stop work for de a occasionally, and the men are thrown ont of employment. The wheat crop too, par cularly intheportions of the district nameti P is not turning out so well as was expect, Rust does not prevail to any extent, lt there is a kind of blight very extensivly met with, which is almost as destructi The ears of the wheat appear very well ti you come to examine them; when you fina there is little or no good graintobe founa but merely the chaff or covering. On the whole, in most of this locality, there win not be much over half an average yield Still, altogether, on Bendigo there is more ground under crop, which will, in some measure, make up for the grain produced the district this year. . Continued drought, and a generally too sndden advent of the hot we...
THE LATE MR G. P. SMITH. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 14 December 1877
THE LATE MR. G. P. SMITH. It is rather a remarkable incident that two so intimate in life and holding such pro- minent positions in the colony as the late Mr. G. P. Smith and Judge Pohlman, should cease to breathe on the same day, and on the same day be buried. Such however, we regret to say, was the case. The following is a brief sketch of Mr Smith's life :-" George Paton Smith was born in London in the year 1827. Shortly after his birth his parents removed to Berwick-on-Tweed, where his childhood and youth were spent. In 1858 he came to Victoria, and went into business at Sandhurst. While there he began writing for the Press and studying for the bar. His first perma- nent engagement on the Press was as repor- ter on the Argus. He subsequently became sub-editor, but resigned that position to be- come editor of the Age. Later still he was editor of the Leader also. In September, 1861, Mr. Smith was admitted as a barrister to the Victorian bar. In 1865, Mr. Smith entered Parliament a...
AGRICULTURAL. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 21 December 1877
AGRICULTURAL: A grass from Hungary (Setaria Ger cnanica) is exciting some attention in the United- States. The following .(from the Russian River Flayg) will be read it. interest :-'" Mr. Lenjamin Clark u Windsor, has been experimenting in ti growth of IIuingarian grass, which i largely used as feed in the Western States and with a degree of success which cannot fail to be of interest. Mr. Clark bronoht the seed with him from the East, and plant ed it on the 4th of May, simply ploughing it into a piece of very ordinary soil. Iel grass is now about ft. high, the std thick and juicy, and joined like cornstalk tihe leaves large and succulent, andthe heads from Gin. to Sin. long, and very full. The seed, which is exceedingnuscrs. ous, is of the oily nature of that of the burr clover, which in fact it closely re sembles. Mr. Clark is of opinion that it can be repeatedly cut, and is now making experiments. In Illinois it is customary to allow it to sow itself, which it does readily ; but ...
EAST LODDON SHIRE COUNCIL Friday, December 14th. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 21 December 1877
EAST LODDON SH?IRE COUNCIL. Friday, December 14th. AXNUAL 31ETLNG. Present: The presider.t (Cr. Hardy), Crs Coutts,l'otter,Gillespie, and Lcthlear. The president announced that owing to the illness of the secretary, he had taken upon himself to grant him one month's leave of absence, and at the present meet ing he (tile president) would carry on the secretary's duties. The president also apo logised for any short comings of the secre tary during the past month. The annual statement and balance sheet were read, and showed thatthetotal receipts amounted to-Rates.£l14i0;licenses,£125. The statement was agreed to, and signed by the president. ORD1n'.tR 31EETV'cG. Present: Sanie councillors. Minutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed. CORRIFSPONDOIICE. From Taylor and M'Kinvey, stating that their contract was complete, and asked the engineer to come and exa;.ine. Received. From shire secretary, thanlking the council for consideration shown to him dur ing his illness, and enclosi...
FRIGHTFULLY SUDDEN DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 21 December 1877
FRIGHTFULLY SUDDEN DEATh. Constable Douglas of Raywood,on Thurs day reported to the acting coroner that a man named Arthur John Fell, had died very suddenly on the previous evening. The deceased was stacking hay at Pompapiel on that day, when he went for a drink, and fell unconscious. IIe was immediately pick ed up, and was being taken to Raywood for medical attendance when he died. The inquest was held at Itaywood, at the deceased's late residence, before Mr R. Strickland, deputy coroner, when the follow ing evidence was given: Mary Anne Jane Fell, stated the de ceased Arthur John Fell, whose body had been that day viewed by the jury was her husband. IIe left home on Tuesday morn ing last, the 11th inst., with other men, in charge of Mr Basset's threshing ma chine. le was then in perfect health and strength, and this Sas the last time she saw him alive. On Wednesday night the 12th inst., his dead body was brought home to her at Sebastian. John Long deposed as follows :-I knew the d...
DREADFUL SHIPPING ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 21 December 1877
DREADFUL SHIIPPINC ACCIDENT & most distressing accident, reports the ,South Australianc Adv'ertiser, involving a serious loss of life, occurred at Port Wake field on Saturday evening shortly before sundown. Late in the afternoon the coast ing steamer Wakelfield arrived in Port Wakelield, having on board a large num ber of laborers who were bonod for the works on the Kadina and Barunga railway. The tide was running out,and consequently the Wakefield was unable to cross the bar, and cast anchor at about a mile from the wharf, a little" on one side of the river channel. A boat was lowered from the steamer, which was then aground in seven feet of water, to take the passengers on shore ; but owing to the anxiety of those on board to reach the wharf, this craft, which was only intended to carry about ten or twelve persons, was rushed, and either eighteen or nineteen jumped into her. The boat almost instantly began to take water, and before a return could be made she overturned, an...
THE REMAINS OF CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 21 December 1877
THE REMAINS OF CIIRISTOPHER COLUMBUS. This is an age of discovery and hero worship. Some 370 years ago' Chris topher Columbus was buried in the church of Santa Maria de la Autigna de Vallado did. Thirty years later, however, the re mains of the great discoverer, together with those of his son Diego, were conveyed to IIispaniola, and depositedinthecathedral of St. Domingo. But oven hero they were not permitted to rest quietly, and in the year 1795, according to the generally re ceived account, they were taken to IIavannah, in Cuba. From theWest India papers just to hand, however, it seems that it was not the real coffin that was sent to IIavannah, and on the 10th of last month there were great public rejoicings at St. Domingo, and a solemn act of recognition of the remains of" the illustrious and dis tinguished Admiral Don ChristopherColun bus." The colfin was found in a vault thereon appear to have left no doubt in the minds of the San Dominicans as to the genuineness of the discove...
TWO CHILDREN STRUCK BY LIGHTNING. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 21 December 1877
TWO CHILDREN STRUCK. BY LIGHTNING. The Coorasboag correspondent of the ?ewCtcastle Herald reports that on Tuesday afternoon, November 27th, two children returning from school took refuge in a hollow white grmt tree, burnt out at the butt and quite charred. The age of the elder child was seven years, and of the younger five. They had been collecting sticks, and the mother having gone to milk the cows, only a girl of eleven years re mained to take care of the house. She was suddenly alarmed by the appearance of the younger boy, who dragged himself with difficulty along the path leading to the house, and who informed her that his brother lay, unable to follow him, in the hollow of a tree. She inunmmediately went to the place and found the boy attempting to rise, but quite unable to do so; he was insensible. She went in search of her mother, who immediately repaired to the spot, and found the child as was represent ed 1,y the girl, on his hands and knees quite unable to. rise. Having ca...
SUSPECTED MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 21 December 1877
SUSPECTED MURDER. Further researches into the circumstan ces attending the death of Richard Going at Rheola, on Thursday night week, have tended to deepen the impression that his death was caused by foul play, and that a: dreadful murder has been committed. The circumstances leading to this suspicion are detailed in our Rheala correspondent's letter in another column, and the state meats there made, coupled with the atro cious attack made on Monday week upon Mr Tomelty, postmaster, induce the belief that there are some very dangerous charac ters residing in the neighborhood. This is an instance in which the services of a de tective should be granted by the depart ment. It will be remembered that in the report of the enquiry held on Saturday week, touching the sad fate which befell the late Mr R. Going, it was stated that the de ceased was known to have a gold watch, chain, and other articles of jewellery, and that there was every reason to believe these articles were in his possessi...
CONUNDRUM. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 21 December 1877
CON UNDEUM. At the rcqueot of some of our fair readers we submit a conulnrum for solu lion during the Christmas holidays. The initials of those who aro successful in solving it tocether with the answer, will be given in our issue of January 4:h. 1 Of noted giant I am the name; Backwards and forwards I'm just the same. 2 Of dtdl uniformity I am the nama ; B.v-kwards andfo;wards I'.n just the same. 3 telf the light of a countenance I am the name; Backwards and forwards I'm just the sama. 4 Of the sun a mid journey I am the nami ; And backwards and forwards. &. S Of the mother of mankind I am he name ; And backwairds and forwarJds &c G Of a fiiryoung lady I was the nameo; And backwards and fo w trds, &o. 7 Of what cosapals silence I am the naxe; i And backwards au d forwards. c. These initials combined,you will find they frams f a son of itain tl: noble came; A peracd a stato?tsan o0 fairest fame, Andbackwards ±.d fllnw:dC 'tia still the asme.
ATTEMPTED SUICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 21 December 1877
ATTE.MPTED SUICIDE. * An attempt at suicide was made on Sun day, in Bay-street, Sandridgeo, by Mrs. Davenport, widow of the late Mr. I[enry Davenport, pawnbroker, who died about three weeks ago. About eleven o'clock the people living next to M3rs. Davenport's house heard the report of firearms, and on going into the house found that she had shot herself in the temple with a pistol. M.edical assistance was at once procured, and the bullet was extracted. Sunday night the sufferer was progressing favorably, and it is expected she will recover. It is sup posed that Mrs. Davenport's mind has be come unhinged through the recent death of her husband.--Aqe.
AUSTRALIAN ECONOMIC BANK [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 21 December 1877
AucTRtLIa s EcoNOMIC 1lN -Oneur r:laori will o bervo by an advertisement in anoth-r colu'nn that the Anatralian ltaonomic Benkz hab appointed 1Ir l?. C. Brist w ai agent to receiroe applications fur loan,. The bank is prepare I to lend ,n selector's le]s:s end freehAlls tp tJ £1 per ac:e. This will be a great conre Juienas to oau settlers. some of whom will 1,so notn gttarin their l.caes, and who have ; had hard wort to c uutend w tit adrer.e oaa.ons a-tnt k .ep their heads ahiuve water. Fardmenrs w.atinu. to becaume participatitrur in thl protits cut do so, as there are bank - treas l'r sale. P'ronpectu-e can ha s-en at .M: Bristow's ofice. The bentu also lendl money som?rwhat on the build irll s'oioty priua;ple, and takei repayment by n mnthly intalc!u:s,:or longer periods, as aurranged. ,
STRAY JOTTINGS FROM SLEEPY HOLLOW. SATURDAY, December 15 [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 21 December 1877
SiCl Y J3TPIIO S FROM SLEEPY H0: L" tW. (r?.10m I CCJASIOSIL COR.ESPrOcDEcT) Searnnar, December 15 With much pleasure we hear that Kerang is ti ',mir.l a doily mail from and to Ingleoaood It wi 1 bh of great service to the dis'rict. It is ra:h?r a pity the postal authorities did not grant ona frot Kerang to the Tcrr:cks, wherel two of our Shire Councleors live. Should one of th as gentlemen next year be meds Pred dost tle wotatof direct communication betwe-n Li?n and Kerang will be much felt At th IIo!llow much interest was taken in yoer iseuc of the 30th ultimo, for it c at lined o state:meat of the eo:penditure of this Shire for the yeas ceding 30th September last. In th:s a:atemeat we see so much for lunacy charges, charities, 1.w cotso, audit cexpenae, electioan expenses, calaries, and towards the last the !.targe num of £?33 2I for oelice epcnses Would i; not hero hea more satisfactory to the ra'epayers h.la a h t of thooe olfie o,.s pe:ues been publohed for their information ?...
THE EASTERN WAR. THE FALL OF PLEVNA. LONDON, 11th Dec. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 21 December 1877
THE EASTERN WYAR. (Br SUsr.tnrsE C.ABLE.) [FP oe TILE A(Tr:.r-GENEn.RAL. TIHE FALL OF I'LEVNA. LosNos, 11th Dec. Plevna has surrendered after severe fighting, and the garrison had beeu reduced to a state of starvation. Osman Pasha was severely wounded in the last attempt to break through. By the fall of Plevua Bulgaria and the country north of the Balkans is left open to the Russians. TERRIFIC ENCOUNTER AT PLEVNA. Los\ox, 15thll Dec. 30,000 prisoners and 14,000 sick and wounded were captured at Plevna, besides a large number of guns, and other mate rial. A GUARD OF HIIONOR. Osman Pasha is allowed a guard of honor before his tent, and the use of the Emperor's carriage. The Sorvians have commenced hostilities. The French crisis has ended constitu tionally. M.. Dufauire is now the Premier of the Liberal Ministry.
CLERKS OF WORKS AND £5000 LOAN. TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERANG TIMES [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 21 December 1877
CLERIlS OF VORKS I ND £C00 LOAN. To Tri FBI ITO OF THE KVinAo TliM?a Fri,-Will you hlindly anlow me to offer a f-w r.mi.rks aiCit the late nppointmients -at.d the --O i lan ofthe;-.wanllil Shi e Con. cil, so reporltl in your isstu of the lIth instiant. Pelluv. ratl-payers : I I:ave no doub: fr om the f w woids , ltat I shall pen yo will note thl:at it is lwicoming very nccessary w e hou d t:Ake mote i:ticret in i;ur Sl in- t'.ncil electic?is. Th- district is fast iccoming enI v sely oopulateil and cons quenty ia ear cponding intreose in unr funds uil Ie the result, wh:ch also irens. more wctrk to be carried out, such as b:idgcs culvcrts, drains &c,..c. 'he imip:rtance of txpending thum judlicimuisly and ccornomicilly must be patent to -you all. We are alott to L:e sadidled wiitlh loan of £7000; why Isho d W'e have this burden imposed on us if the same is not to be properly sipent. I contued that the action of the Cenc ithe c i the nppo7lncnt o Clerks of Wor; s at n snlary of...
DURHAM CX. TUESDAY, December 18 [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 21 December 1877
DURRA21 CX. [nROw n. OSOW CannESPONDENT] TUESDAT, Dec2mber 18 he uncerltainty att'nding agricultural pur suits is mnply illustrated in the present season. -ced timne was favourable in the highest dec grce, anti favmems were eongra'ulatin, each ttller on the pr spa t f bei-,g coinpan-at d for the failnre of the l:revious year, by, n alun-'ant harvest. So fatsvurable wsre tihe i.nlie.tlions ildcel tlhat many were indueed t., s-sI murl later than usual here, but It their hri.ht a :icipations lhae, b so bl sted I y ilhe c,tinutloit drotu:hlt The r. salt f te tli st i ?m e: ..-' in the extrdme- i turt.s from late sown -..,ps t il, and from thlose co tn Asly [whili' . ilh I i - ht, tl. t aind lar. a I oitture] by n.meI, s.? satis..c:ory. I have hr..: d of o:ne p: sddck vieeding 20 butheels to the :e e, but this is a Inluk.le exe :pioa to thie .ule, the iaver.ge i:ci-t I helieve tunder 12 bIushels I nm cgl:a to find in con:versing with soma of till: terlier s-tlers in the dliet lhat tlhi :...
LOCAL LAND BOARD. FRIDAY, 14th DECEMBER. [Before Messrs G. A. Watson, District Surveyor. and J. H. Taverner, assisted by M. [?]] [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 21 December 1877
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