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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 4 January 1878

SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. T H - AUSTRALIAN ECOQNOM:IC BANK (Limited) ; -12 Collins street West,- MELBOUiRNE. iI ,-orp;rated und..r thl Companies' Sta'ue, 1804 ] C.tital £:00,0 0 in 100,000 sharcs of £5tntch. A.d:ancts on Freehold and apPr oved Leasehaold. SEccuR .tES at Current Rates. PROSPECr USES And all information may be obtained fron. M.R. R. C. BRISTOW,. Who has been appointed Agent at Kerang for th I iale of Shar s and receiving applicat ons -for Loans in this district. HENRY CO~RNELL, Head Office; Manage'. h'bourn:, 7th December, 1877. THiE PA' K OF VICTORIA. In orporat d by Act of Council. R . iNCII of this FAN K is now opened at Iwaan [il', for tho transaction of go nond bast ing business. By or'o of the board, - It. S ANS', Acting-General 1Maoiger. lank of Victoria, IKcal Oliee, Melbourne 29th May, 1877. TII NA'TONAL BANK OF AU TR ALASIA. A BIRANCH of this BA'K is -ow 'opened at Kera- g. for the transaction of ordi nary banking business, under tho management of .Mr James C ...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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A SUGGESTION TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERANG TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 4 January 1878

A SUGGESTION TO THE EDITO2 OF TilHE E?eA\G TIMEs. S,--HIaving Eecn in your columns a week or tieo ago an invitation to all willing to be. come members of a Glee Club to leave their names at your orice, I expccte some of our young folks would have responde l but seeing they have no', I beg to sugmest that.a meeting be called for the purpose of enrolling members. Surely, some of our townsmen who have the gift of organisation might take the initiative in this miatter. As to material to form such a club, I think anyone who heard our last.con cert, and the way in which our amateurs a ng with little or no practice t gether, must admit that ?ith some amount of application a very fsir club could be formed. Now Sir, I hope we )yill not be behind our neighbours ,ni this matter, aend I can see nothing to prevent us b.ing in a short time self supporting. A lady has kindly offered the use of her piano until such time as the club could raise funds to pur chass one.. I-hopo the young lbdies will c...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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CORRESPONDENCE. IN THE CAUSE OF SUFFERING HUMANITY. TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERANG TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 4 January 1878

CORRESPONDENCE. IN THE CAUSE OF SUFFERING hi- IU ANITY. TL TIE EDITOR Ow TH1 IKIANXG TIMES. Fzn,--'ermit me, through the columns of your jcurnal, in the int.rets of my fellow men who may. be suffeiing as I have suffered, to state a fact from which they may profit. About a fortnight since I went from Xerang to Sandhu st by coach; during the journey I caught a cold in the eyed, which culminated in sandy blight, accompanied wiih acute inflam, mation. Fo violent was the attack that I ut amyelf inder mndical treatment, but got no relief. For about eight days, so scve:e was the p-in that my sight failed me to such an extent that I ould scarce find my way about. On my return to Kera g, I was recommended to try ite Extract of i icalypti as manufactured by Me-ssra Sauder and Son, of Sacdhurst,.by a gentleman whi h d received great benefit from it. I procured a Lottle, and with the tip of my fingar.apliliul the l'axtact to the outside of my eye!id. 0.O the first application a hina of Inity st...

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THE HOLIDAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 4 January 1878

TI1E 11OLIDAYS. iteog during the festive re ason Just past n"r1 ,-*latot rem.ind tne of Goldsmnith's "L 0 - rertd Villago.' Aconsiderableo number of eJ rcosiduot' took advntatge of the conflict tewaetn the rital coach preprietors and spent their :irhtays in Snilhurst, Melbourne, and ola tere On Christmas Day there weie very f " lelt, a?rd many of these would atlso havlon betaen atay hld the ear ying capabilities of the cohs rbeen greater. '1 here wan no outraitd hor or de-enontration of any ki d on that dar, it bein: kept a close holiday. On Boxing Div the tofe who were left in Kerang maco their way t. wards Mr afc's plane at Gannn wara to witness the sports held there, a full r. pert of which appears elsewhere. New Years Day was also observed as a boli. S.ey by th0 business people of the town. To harda the middle of the clay those on. pleasure tent wended their way towards the Upper Townshi., to witness the horse racing that too t ip:ae that afternoon. The first event was tIIE AiID...

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 4 January 1878

ýdr-ý7 .. GAZETTE. Th following informtlon is. taken rom te last toi ssues of the Gale The boundarieso the and Maron Tlveon Ou? [,necoorie and \larong' iisions of district, have been ,a ,andurang ::ot!.ist of licensees in this district A t;l in arrears for rent is given. hore n dermentioned applications fTr ul'nd r the 9 sec. have been ,brlacier aiel shmanTragowel, refu : , Gur nbower, Rufus-Sharp, Gull. J cr, Patrick O'Connor. G.n boer, Thfos. Glennen, Hyanmi, Thos. or"we, "itiamot Helen Cunningham, slruet, antlonia Niva, Towanniny (ope for selection Jan. 4th, at 9 am), feniV Loader, Mysia (open for selee tion fan. 4t]'h 9 • • i Jan. 4litons for anleases granted: Apohp rice, Moysia, George Pretty, ohn.ia, D. J Bartrop, Turrumberry, W. .ordan, ?terrick West, Samuel Lavlay, urrrumberry North. Applications for grants appro'ed. Tlias. -onnelas, randarra, Michael Sinnot, "1urrnbcrr) North. A sale of Crown lands will be held i Kerang on the Sth inst. in e opan for selection on Jan. 4th, ...

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COHUNA AND GANNAWARRA SPORTS. [Near Mr Safe's Hotel on Boxing Day, [?]877.] [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 4 January 1878

COHIUNA ANP GANNAWAIRRA S ':SPORTS.. [Near Mr Safe's Hotel on Boxing Day, :87:. Judge, A Kirwan, Esq; Start r, eecretaay, I and Treasurer, J Garden, Etq. Stewards and handicappers-G Allen, Eq; J Prton, Esq; 1 J Kelly, Esq; N Grant, Esq; J Strachan, Fsq ; M Keene, Esq; T 3'Gowan, isq; A A Sprunt, Esq; J Gibbons Esq; J Waiting, Esq Clerk of course, G. Harris, faq. There was quite a gathering at Gannawarra to witness he above sports, the fair sex being well represented. Judging from the cens'der ab!e crowd that was present, one would think I - the country for miles round was completely deserted. For some considerabo! time past the weather has been so disagreeable that no one would venture forth from home except those compelled to do so. Boxing Day, however, was such a delightfully cool day that many, tempted by the good programme of sports provided, availed themselves of it. and flocked from all directions to the rendezvous-the hotel . f Mr Safe. It was quite a s ght to see the visitor...

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January 3, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 4 January 1878

January 3; 178S. (Before T. Littleton, J.P.)I Ed. Mlurphy was chirged by Cr stable B?'sh with using obscene li gua e. in a public 'place. He pI-I guilty. Fined 5s, or 48 hours in p Prisoner elected to go to qa I.

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DURHAM OX. TUESDAY, January [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 4 January 1878

DURIIAMf OX. - "rai' oot oat ows COnESPOrnDEra] TUESDnA, JanuatJl " Oh.salitude, where re ci te chams That sages have ascn in thy face!"' I it be true that there is anything charn:s in solitude, then the dese:tel village of t' ham Oa poss2sses that quality in a high dge at the present time. Of the few isolated te mona of humanity left behind by those' have bhen ecized- with the trave!lino m I must be ceutious how I wri:e, as Ishooli,er necessity, bh personal in my renmrks, aanl would be cr ci, for judging by thi elongt vis.lg's of these 'selct remains," theirps., mont is almost Na great as they can bear. an inecerating study to observe ith erffrsi are made to appear cheerful, as becomethte season. to wisa on a " merry Christau under the circumstaness, might be regard.?t a good joke, or an nnprovo'red insult. ac: ing to tae mood of the individual. Yourec fortunate eorrespo-dtnt is commencing 5 year frith difio ty. lh:i task of " m ckiog b. withou stral'' allottol to " Israel in Ec sh...

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FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE. Thuurday, 27th December. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 4 January 1878

FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE. Thuurda,; 27th December. Messrs John Kay and Co. report:-Fresh butter, 11d "to 1/3.1 per lb, highest; potted do; 10d to 1/ per lb; eggs, 1/ to 1;..1 per dozen; hamis, 101 to 1/ par tb; bacon, 8Ito 10d per lb; cheese, 6d to 8d per lb; lard Gd to 81 per lb; honey, 4d to 5d per lb; oats, 3/10 to 4/3 per bushel potato?, £3 10s to £4 per ton; onions, 8s to 10s per cWr. Messrs -Holmen, White and Co. report: Fresh butter, 10d to 1/2 per lb; potted do, 10d to "1/ per lb; eggs, 1/ per dozen; choeese, now, Gd to 8: per lb; do, old, 9d to 10d per lb; bacon, 7d to 9d pier lb; hamn, ,1 to lld per lb. Poul try market unchanged.

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AMERICA. SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 5. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 4 January 1878

AMERICA. SAy FRANCISCo, DOl - -Lieutenaunt Bullis, withsmall scouts crossed the Rio Granlge nearty mouth of the Pecos river, and wsatt by 500 Indians and compelled to retl His loss is not stated. Colonel Youalt Fort C!arke with 200 cavalry to rei?si Lieut. Bulfis. A survivor from the wreck of the IIr rives the following account of the wrenk - When the Huron struck all hands r?hedl declk. Captain Regan and of?icers n? a promptly, and the crew responded to allt, orders with alacrity. The surf was te?i? Shortly after the vessel struck a boat s ?a lowered, but was immediately swa The sea made a clean breach oer the rm ?el, sweeping everything from the deck a:l carrying the boats from their davits. s am of the seamen and officers were waosh overboard, and several were killed hb pa?i ?. of the wreck. The vessel broekeu?pfLt ,? . the surf became more and more fuari5 making itbeyond human efforts to hold o - in the darlmess. Signals of distress rwe, made, but no response was received. T~, w...

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LICENSING BENCH. (Before Mr J. C. H. Ogier, P. M., Garden, and T. Littleton, Js.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 4 January 1878

LIENSItNG BENC . Before Mr J. C. H. Ogier, P.M. Garden, and T. Littleton, Js.P.)   The following renewals were granted John Cullen, Kerang Hotel, Kerang Duncan McIntyre, Bridge Inn, Up per Kerang. W. Safe, Gannawarra Hotel, Ganna warra. J. Scantleton, Kangaroo Inn, Lake Charm. James King, Boort. Orlando Hawkins, Hawkinston, Tragowel Plains. Elizabeth Haly, Boort.   John William Taverner, Commercial Hotel, Kerang. Thos. Watson, Pyramid Hotel, Pyr amid Hill. Thos. Davis, Terrick Terrick. APPLICATIONS FOR GROCER LICENSES W J. W. Patchell, store, Kerang William Irwin, store, Terrick. TRANSFERS. John Rumble Boort, applied to have the license of Thos. Martin transferred to him. Granted upon payment -L for transfer fee Annie Barlow applied to have license of. Wm.. arlow trassfeered her. Granted, subject to the liay of La transfer fees. Henry Hall, Gunbower, applied'. transfer of J. Cruth's license. Grin on payment of transfer.fees. STRUCK OUT. Andrew 1Fogaity, Tit...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. LONDON, Dec. 24. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 4 January 1878

iEUROPEAN TELEGRA IS.:: (FROM TIE A?LGUS CORRESi?ONDE.xr. ' !. S: Lo-ox,:DLec.-24. The Russian army under the command if the Czarewitch hascrossed the Lom thus' cutting off the -Turkish communications with RustchuL k and Vaarna. The snowy weather impedes operations everywhere. The. cold in. Armenia- is the greatest ;known during: the last fifty years. 'Snow blocks the Va~ma aid Roumianian railways. The troops suffer terribly. Eleven inen and 30 horses have been frozen to death close to Bucharest. The combined Russian and Roumanian forces are approaching Widdin. - General Gourko is within a day's ride of Sophia. o , .The Emperor of Russia, having left the seat of. war, has returned to St. Peters burg. The Armenians in Constantinople refuse military service.: The Porte has declared Prince i~ilan, of Servia, deposed from his principality. The Russians- subsidise Servia with a million, of roubles (.142,000) monthly. . LonoN, Dec. 26. The Turks are preparing to evacuate Sophia. The Sei-'...

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WAR IN SAMOA. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 4 January 1878

WAlt IN SAMOA. A telegram from the Sydney correopon dent of the Argus on Tuesday says: Snmoa news to lit inst.:states that war: hasbeen declared between the. Government larty and the chief M-agna,?of Pago Page. The views of Magna differ from those hell by both the other parties of Upolu. H;IIe wishes to have a distinct government d his own, and not to be united. or conneted with the general government in any iay. Fighting with varying success has.trien place. The 'Goveriunent party have n trenched themselves at Fagaalu, awaitng Sthe arrival of reinforcements.. Two. is tinet battles were fought on the 16th snd 17th November, the first commencing at Nuuli, and continuing on to Fagailu. During the fight the Government hadone killed and twenty-nine wounded, wheeas the Puletua side had two killed andten wounded. The secon'd battle took phce on the east side of Pago 1PagoIHeadsat which the Government-party lost twevre killed and twenty two wounded,the headsof seven of the killed being bro...

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The Kerang Times AND SWAN HILL GAZETTE. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. KERANG, JANUARY 4, 1878. NEW YEAR'S DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 4 January 1878

AND SwAN HILL GAZETTE. P55L55155D WEEKLY. KIERANG, JANUARY 4, 1878. EW YEAR'S IAY. -New -Year's Day has come and gone since our last issue, and our contem poraries in Victoria, and. throughout all Christendom, will again have "started" in' the "All Aged Stakes' for the great New Year's Gift race of "getting on in the world," in which race--as in most lotteries-thliere will be many prizes and more blanks. In a-vailing ourselves, therefore, of the present- opportunity of'. wishing our readers " the compliments of the season," we trust that such of them as were. disappointed with 'what .they achieved in last year's struggle, will strive, .with additional energy and vigour, to obtain new and better luck, in whatever'track,they go for.'!getting on," or whatever " prize" they may enter ihto conipetition for, and aspire to -win, " throughout the long new year." As a great deal depends upon " the start," every care should be taken to make a good one, and to this end it should be borne in mi...

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A SOCIABLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 4 January 1878

A SOCIABLE CLUB. Some able articles have recently ap-   peared in the" Biendio Evening iNers , in alvocacyý of the establishmeiie of ib "'WorkingMein's Clubs," &c. We are d entirely at one'with our contemporary c in advocating-this very desirable .step -r in the direction of sociological reform' C In support of the project for the estab- 1 'lishment of Workmen's Coffee Houses, i or Clubs, our contemporary adduces-. the fact that many working men- have t no homes of their own, and some of them rather uncomfortable if they have, and cites the opinion of Lord 1 Cairns, the Lord Chancellor of Eng land, that the fact referred to is a fruit ful cause of drunkenness, as it induces men to seek at the public house the comforts they have not at home. No. doubt this' is so, to a great extent, but we believe the evil is not confined to what-by a peculiar sociological fiction r -are termed, anr exrclnce as it were, S"the working classes." In this coun 1 try we are all " work...

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LATEST—INTELLIGENCE. LONDON, Jan. 1, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 4 January 1878

F L ATTEST - IN;TELLIGENCE . I BY ,ELECTRIC TELEGIRAPI,. . r 3,o Ous EASHnoRST connRssPoonDEiT. -: Losuo', Jan: , 1878. Russia has informed Lord Loftus, BritishN-linister at St. Petersburg, that if.Turkey desires andar.iistice,she must 'apply'direct'to Russia. :' " 5 - Commander-in-Chief General Gourko with the Russian vanguard, has occu pied the Balkan passes between Arab conak'and Sophia. - It is reportedl at Bucharest that the 5 Turks have abandoned;:;and burnt Sophia; The Turks -are preparing to defend Ikhtiman and Befife, between Sophia tand Bazanjik. E, The Czarewitch remains with the i main army in Btilgari. I General Todleben continues as chief I s ofstaff. The Servians are, advancing on Pris r tina. Rassians are approaching Berbail to the north-west of Erzeroun. The revenue of the United Kingdom for the quarter shows a decrease of £294,000, and for the nine months of e the year an increase of£rr 5,58-. r l idhat: Pasha has left lRome. for e London. Cardinal Manning, Archbis...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 4 January 1878

COACIIDUIL)DERS. C. IL. STONEiAN, Co?CIIBJUILDEI, WILLIAMSON ST., SA yDIrunRTS is$ always on hand a superior stock of - Buies and Vehicles of various dtsarip -"Bu'm kB warranted as being of the iot ?terhich ctorouhly seasoned and built under his personal sul.intendence. TIHE TRADU W AGGON Sa .lltr whih I lnocaeveg pleticalor at teonn to. ', , nal-o, ligt nd t y Will carry six persons con oro - r i, o dtnhundred- 'wClg t over . nrtyd. Selectorand farmers ar requested to call and exa mine these handsoMeo 'o hides. References fromn any part of the "district. C, L. STONE 3A.N, COACIIBUILDER, WILLIAM3SON STREET, Sandhurst. G. F. PICKLES & SONS, A3IERICAN STEAM CARRIAGE WORKS, WILLIAMSON & BULL STREETS, SAND HU RS T WARDED Two First Prize Silver Cups SSi First and TlhrcO Secontd Prizes, Grand National Exhibition, 1876; First Prize Silver Cup one Special Prize, and the Iighest CcrtiS oles of Merit, for Excellence of Materials and Worlsansahip, Kvncton Exhibition, 1876; and ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 4 January 1878

WANTED. at W ANTED BULLOCK 'TEAI to fetch d loading. Apply this oflico. .. Up S dT ANTED Active YOUNG MAN as Groom ey V and generally ustful. Apply Shire , Hall, Rerang. pric W AN IED Second-hand HORS lW:RKS lot t pply D. McGILLIVIRAY, Glen Drain, Ke:ang. pric lot FOR SALE. POlt SALE-Weatherboard HOUSE, con- Up taining shop and six rooms good stand £1( for business; land 66 x 13 ; terms easy. B : Two-roomed Weatherboard HOUSE, with half-acre of land. Allotments in different parts of the Town. prit Apply 5, • IR. C. Bristow, Auctioneer and General Agent, Victoria street (next National Bank), Kerang. . ho, LOST. nib 'I wo Pounds Reward. of: OST-ONE LIGHT BROWN HORSE, branded circle (-) off ribs not plain to be Su seen. .TOHN TWAITING. Gunbower Saw Mills. Cne Pound F eiaw d.; SOST,' BAY MAiE, branded J ii- eirle | near shoulder, star on forehead, forir white feet... 'Communicate with W. Radcliffe, Fa Lake Elizabeth, Kcrang. ., ne Pound Reward. . L OT, One Dark-brown HORSE, branded SJO ...

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THE FAIR SEX. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 4 January 1878

THE FAIR SIfX. - ---, " -- -" "Eros," in the Kilmore Advertis' thus writes about the present generation of women:-''.Thero'are many. men who' w. uld be glad to mnirry could they win the affections of a woman worth hlving, though she had not a sixpence-men who would make a him? all that a seri.ible *, woman's heart could desire; but is it any at wonder thiat we see these piuse so long, tl when we no:ice so many rirls of* the l present day who give one riot only a 1: very poor idea of the stability of their I' charee'er, but of their ability to make a o ihome such a place that a sensible man -' could appreciate. Girls, who are simply . F A frivolous, fa'se, time-serving lot-trigged out to tricks of fashion; Living advertising vans-they spread their governor's cash on; Without a heart, with little sense, but gar rulous to rattle- - On operas, races da-ccs, balls, and foolish tittle-tattle; Their highest aim to do the block in raisent rich and rare, With high lee:cd boots, arid Grecian ...

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POMPAPIEL. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 4 January 1878

PO ?rAirFiEL. The usual quiet which pervades this neigh bourhcol was dispelled on Itoxing Day. It was a happy thought thatccurred to same one to provide some little amusement for the holi-'I days and not let Christmas pass without a break in the monotony of the usual every day life. lea:thy, innocent amusements in whieft both sexes moa take part, either as actors or on'ookers, are rather unfrequent, hence when thcre is such an event, its proving a saccess may be lotked upon as a certainty The residen's arcunl Kangarco Dam doutbt less feel grateful towards Mesdames '. rowthers and Newman, and lthe lisses IIotley and Dow, for the exertions they put forth to provide the sports, which proved such an unqualified sue c-'s, on 'oxing Day last. The above men tioned ladies set to work in a s stematic man nor by canvassing the dis'r 't for support. That supfort was accorded them in near y every instance where it was applied for. . ; About two hundred people assembled at the Ksonaroo Dam to wi...

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