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

IMPOUNDINGS* *Ecntcc.-Imp'unded at Echuca, 8th Da -cember, ab77, by David. Young, tres;si I e?h--Brown mare, lang tall, star. Ja ne t rhAulder; bay co t, loag tail, like'B or 3 ?t: s.hbulder. If not climed and expEnses BA tol be sold on 9th' January, 1878. GaJ Jamieson. poundkeeper. IN?6o WooD -Impounded at.Inogewo0ia;?. D! C Laird. Esquiroe-led and white stat like 0 near loin, like over JN off rump d off loin ; red steep, lik " over J .1 off rump red, with a little white, steggy steer, bloth'e rump ; red and .white otecr, stumpy hbrn't likhe C0 off shoulder, like ^ over Jl' cif lain roin steer, like 0 over t off rumip; rj faint brand off rump-all the above e ti." Ti recently brahded?onithe nar ribs. , clidmed, and cxpens-a paid, to 'be sold Janiar??1978, Philip Daas?n pouncl) i .. ? ; , . : l.... , .. .. ? .. : ·

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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ARRIVAL OF THE CALIFORNIA MAIL. AUCKLAND, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 4 January 1878

uIARIV:Lr OF: THE' C.IJFORNiA M: . AIL . .. :rc.. tLC n' Sunday : i i The following is a summiary of the :war news by the s . City of eow York, up tol December 5:-. An official telegram fronm .lukhtar Pashb, idmits that the" Russians compelled him to retreat from Deve-B1oyani. ,Ie says that some of the ofiicers, whowerepanic-stricken. abandoned several of the guns, and will be court-martialled. The despatch concluded as follows :-" We are now occupying the fortifications of Erzeroum, and preparing the means 'of defeice;'." Telegraphing a day later, from Erzeroum, Msikhtar Pasha savs' :- At 4 o'clock the* Russians at tacked our fortified piositions at Azique. Our troops, fighting with "great valour, re-' pulsed and pursued them four or fivemiles from Erzeroum:: The Russians were to tally defeated, and the trenches filled with their dead." Early advices received from Coustanti s ple show that before this success the situ ation at Erzeroumn was very critical. The inhabitants demanded t...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE. Sandhurst, 29th December. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 4 January 1878

FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE. Sandhurst; 29th December. Messrs John Kny and Co report :-We have had a very unsettled week for every description of produce. The supply of butter has been much in excessof dematud, consequently prices were varied. For fresh butter we got 9d to Is 3Id per'lb, 11ed per lb being about the average; potted quiet at 0ud per lb; eggs, is to Is 14d per dozen; cheese, 6d to 8d per lb; hams, lid to is per lb; bacon, 8d to 10d per lb; honer, 4.jd to iS per b ; lard, Gd to 7d per lb. Poul try-Market quiet this week. Turkeys, 8s to _0s perpair ;.geec,Gs to 7s i 6d per pair; ducks. 3s Gld to 4s' Gd per pair; fowls, 3s Gd to 4s id per pair. Messrs Holmes, White, and Co. report: Theo inarket this week, owing to the Christmas holidays, has been extremely slack both in sup ply and demand. .Fresh butterandeggs show a further downward tendency, but we hope to see an improvement after the new year, when business will be again properly commenced. The 'following. are prices obtain...

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

TIlE EU(Klfl'WU auuicDER. An inquest on the body of the unfortunate woman R?ose Maloney, who was found dead outside her hut at Egerton, was held on Friday hist, before the district coroner, Dr. Sparling, the Age correspondent says, and resulted in a verdict of wilful smurder against Richard 1leughton, with whom she had been livinu for the past fourteen months. The evidence in the main, bore out the par ticulars already published, and the prisoner was committed on the coroner's warrant to take his trial at the next Assize Court to be held at Ballarat. A fatal accident happened to a man at Campbellfield on Thursday week. The man, who was a stranger in the district, was employed by Gibbs with a number of other men in smaking a stack of hay, but by somnc means lie lose his balance and fell to the ground. The injuries he sustained ap peare3 to be so severe that he was sent to the Melbourne Hospital. On passing the Pentridge Stockade, Dr Reed wds sect for, and the man pronounced to be dea...

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MURDER AT EGERTON. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 4 January 1878

MJRDER AT EGERTON. On the evening of Christmas day, orsome -time during the night, a murder was com mitted at Egerton. It appears that a man and his wife named Heughton, living in the bush, on the road to Morrow's pre-emptive section, had procured a bottle of brandy about twelve o'clock in the day, and after drinking the greater portion the man states that he left the hut, and remembers nothing of what transpired since that time. Next morning he found himself lying in the bed, and not seeing his wife, went outside, and there he found her lying dead, with a hole idi her temple, as if caused by a blow from a pick. The husband seems to take the mat ter very coolly,for as the police were bring ing the body into Egerton he asked them to enter into a publichouse and have a drink. The Age correspondent in a telegram gives the following additional particulars : When Richard IIeughton reported to the police that his wife was lying dead outside his hut, he stated at the same time that he had ...

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WELL WORTH KNOWING. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 4 January 1878

WELL WORTII' KNOWING. We were, we franklyo admit, pleased to hear the testimony borne to the excellence of the Eucalyptus Globulus Extract, one day this week, by Mr. Junghenn. The cure'he :related is equally as important: as that in the case of the boy Raabe, who, it will be remembered, rallied after the extract had been used but a fortnight, though the lad had been ::previously attended by our eminent surgeon, Dr. Macgillivray, for nine weeks, with, no good results, but ratlier the reverse, for it was then that a decision was arrived at that amputation of the leg .was abso lutely necessary to save his life. It is also a similar case to that of Knight's, who has, by virtue of the extract, regained strength and soundness in his foot, though all consulted doctors, as. well, as the ,hospital authorities, 'had given him no hope of retaining that limb. The' latest 7cure we would now specially draw atteition to is as follows. Mr Adolphus Junghenn, re siding near State School No. 323, Iron...

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WAR NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 18 January 1878

it is stated that the entire Russian army is about to be mobilised. A Turkish steamer was stunk on Tuesday by the Roumanian batteries near Rasti,above Kalafat. Three Greek ships coming from Russian ports with cargoes have been condemned in the Turkish prize courts for breach of block ade. SUp to the present five Mussalmans, three Armenians, and one Israelite have been elected as deputies to the Turkish Parlia ment. A body of 400 Turks violated the Austrian frontier near Glavaniska IIrda on Saturday. They set fire to a house, sacked several others, and drove off 40 oxen and a horse. Accordhig to the Berlin semi-olfficial Wochenb!att the Russians have 280,000 men in Bulgaria and the Dorbrndja, while the Turkish force amounts to only 240,000. The Messrs Geshoff have arrived at Con stantinople. Theyhavenotbeen imprisoned, but have been detained at the Ministry of Police. Mr Layard has been informed by the Grand Vizier that they will probably be exiled at ,leppo. The Russian iron-clad fr...

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EXECUTION OF TWO MURDERERS. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 18 January 1878

EXECUTION OF TWO , " MURDERERS. OinfMonday morning, at eight o'clock, William Ilussell was executed within De von county gaol, at Exeter, for the murder of his wife. The prisoner was a young man in lbusiness as a butcher at Barnstaple, and a few years since he married a farmer's daughter. The wife attended to the busi ness as well as to her household duties. At various times the culprit threatened and struck her, and at last,on a Friday evening in the latter part of September, he came home, and without any provocation,several times plunged a knife into her breast, and the poor woman fell dead on the spot. She was at the time nursing a baby, and died with the child in her arms. Some efforts had been made to obtain a reprieve but on Sunday morning the under-sheriff received a letter from the Home Secretary stating that he had failed to discover any sufficient ground to .justify him in advising her Majesty to interfere with the execution of the due course of the law. The con demned man...

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STOCK REPORTS. Sandhurst, 15th January. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 18 January 1878

SIUOhK KIEPOiRTS. Sandhuret, 15th January. Iessrs. Ettershank, Eaglestone, and Co. r. por. :-Fat Cattle,---4 werr yarded. Only SfewU were good, the majority being second aLd inler:orqudlity. There was a fair attendanca f buyers, but the hot w.satLhr militated very niuih against• -ales p-.sing off briskly. The rlnirk t opened dightil better than the closing sales of last week, hut at the close there was a great falling offand sales wtre difficult to make at very liow prices. We have sold 70 head for Messrs King, Cattenach, Howe, and others, bullocks to £8 10s, cows to .£7 10. Fat CQales.-68 in. Only tie best quality are in -lemand, others are only disposed of at very low .prics. Fat Sheep.-3 548 were penned. The supply was small, but it proved quite enough for the demand. In soma instances slightly better prices were obtained, but the hol no iniprovement took place." We havesold for Messrs Bissett and others, 499 wethers and ewes, the former to Ss 9d, the latter to 9s 6d. Fat Lambs.-...

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CONSERVATION OF WATER. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 18 January 1878

CONS:_RVATION OF WATER. TIuI lesson taught by the drouvht we are now experiencing, it is to be hoped, will not he throvn away. Itis a very ling time since such a severe season has been felt. but it is not the first. In the previous droughts the inhabitants were few, and mostly lo zatel near permanent water. Its effects, therefore,were only partially felt. Owing to the large influx of inhabitants to this district it has become impossible for all to reside near ipermanent water, many being several miles from it Without an abundance of water for domestic purposes and for stock, settle iernt will be next to impossible. The rainfall during the year is qui:e suffi cient for all our requirements, an:l aid it but fill at regular intervals, .no in conveni -nce would be felt. 'out owing to the geographical formatios, the period over which the fill extends is' li'nited to a few months in the year. Nearly all that falls then runs to waste, is permitted to escape to the creeks. and thence to the...

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PARLIAMENTARY. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 18 January 1878

rARLTNMENTARY. The Legislative Council met on Tuesday afternoon. Mfr Fitzgerald gave notice of his intention to move, on the next day of meeting, that a return of all appointments made by the present Government be laid upon the table of the House, together with the salaries of each officer appointed. Mr Cole gave notice that on next day of meet ing,. he would move for a copy of the re port of Comnmodore IIoskins on the defences of the colony, of the 16th November, 1876, together with particulars ofappointmentand seport of Sir William Jervois on the same subject. Mr Belcher gave notice )f his in tention to move, on the next day of meet ing, that a return be laid upon the table of tlhe House of all officers classified and unclassified, who have been dismissed by the present Government, and also the sala ries attached to each officer dismissed. It was pointed out to the House by Sir Charles Sladen, that the hen. the Post master-General was absent; he (Sir Charles) consequently asked Mr...

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ASSAULT. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 18 January 1878

Ass IuTr.--R. ush and T. F. Haw icy were arrested on Wednesday for as saulting a person named Hendersnn. They we e brought before one of the local Justices of the Peace and reman ded until to-day. ITHE DR.aDLOCK.-One of the vic tims. though not a sufferer, by the deadlock is ,Mr Littleton, J P, of this town. For about six months past Mr Littleton has held the position of Deputy Coroner. Last week he got summary dismissal. As the position was only an honorary one, to be re moved from it must certainly be a re lief. as now the duties of magisterial enquiries will devolve on all the magis trates K.urAeG Cestwrrsv.-We under stand that the regulations and bye laws for the Kerang Cemetery have been forwarded to Melbourne some weeks since for approval and gazetting. When that is done. they will have the force of law.' Fees will then be charged for in terment; and persons jumping the fence for the purpose of digging graves, fore ing the locks, or unhinging the gates, will be liable to be pr...

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BOORT. January 10 [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 18 January 1878

BOOR'r. (FraOM A COR?IEttPOSNDZT.) .anu? y 10 . Considerable surprise was mtaifeste h,.re s -cn itwas made known that 1'V. .. oa.asi w-ll on .wn in th a district fir a num, r ofc setrs. had bcen arrested fr ishdp dir-sino cFi: c the toort Statimn has changed ha:,ds. M[ Bake, .:hi acts va ovrsee for i..r H r.o y the present owner of ihe staieo:s. h.s fie qu ntly misse slie.,. From sme ?siuse or othec : lake suipec:ed Da;r as-. wh, lives oas a b:ock of land adjo ning the pre-ernmt.vu righ , several sheep being in Do, l.ass' pos e sion, which Bak., was if opinion .Lcing;,d to the station. Constable Ar.:;t:ong of the liurhsm 10 was sont f r, and the prisoner was arrest.d and taken to Ing ewou 1. The imme iiate ci:cumstaucea tlst led to :he arnest will doubtless y I, , isclossd at tie ;.relimin sr; I nrinu before the magistrates. I do not ec justified in relating any of t.e rumours that are circulating at pre-eoit. T.e country to to the wet of thils seeme to bhe : one Inan of flaues. The...

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COMMERCIAL. FLOUR AND GRAIN MARKET Sandhu st, January 1[?] [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 18 January 1878

CO MI MEY RCIAL. -FLOUR AND (UIAIN MARLKET Sandhu st, .!=nuary 18 The following are the prices wLicb ruled this &'dav: 1-F? r. LII 410 ton:;'wc at,75/10 '0 bushel 03d5 4/9 to 4/li. V bushel; Lr~n, /3 to 1/4 l? bsusel.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 18 January 1878

SPECIA L ADVERTISEMENTS. r11`E -A "S I AL IAN -IECONOMIC BANK (Limited) -A2 Collins street West, MELBOUIuE. [Incorpnrated undr th, Companies' Sta'ue, ISl;4 ] SCapial £.300,030. in 100000 shares of £5 cnch. - Advancer on Fredho'dl and afp?o oved Leasehold. SECURITIES at Current Rates. PROSPEC USES And all information may be obtained from iMR. R. C. B'RISTOW, TWho his been appointed Agent at Kerang for the rala of Shar s nnd receivina appl.cetiuns for L)ans in this district HENRY CORNELL, Head Office, Manager. Ke:.burne, 7th December, 1877. THE BANIK OF VICTOIIA. In-orporat d by Act of Council. A BR NCH nfthis PIANK is now opmnec at 0wan Iil', for the trunsactioa if ge neral banking biiurins. Ily orde of the board, II. S 'AN, Acting-General Manager. Bank of Vicorian, lies Office, Melbourne 29:h May, 1S77. THIS NA"IONAL BANK OP AU TRALASIA. A BRANCH of thi BAn.K is row opened at Kielrang, fir the transaction of oidi. nary banking buiness, undir the management of 3ir J irmn Cver:. By or...

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FIRE IN MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 18 January 1878

FIRE IN MELBOURNE. • Serious damage was occasioned by a fire which occurred on Saturday night, on the premises of Mr Albert E.. Pulling, whole sale .chemist and druggist, . situated in Swanston street, between Flinders street Ind Flinders lane. The fire orgiziated the Argus says, on the basement floor, and the loor being opened, travelled up through a well-hole used for hoisting goods to the other two floors, the building, which was constructed of bluestone, being of three storeys. Dense volumes of smoke, due to the chemicals, which were being consumed, issued from the. doors and windows, en reloped the large crowd which had as sembled in front, 'and was blown by the wind in.clouds along the street. -Although . there was : consequently great confusion. when the brigade arrived, the fireman were soon placed at the 'most advantageous points, and.four streams of water were poured upon: the burning premises. Mr Pulling states that the value of " his stock before the fire' occurred was b...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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AGRICULTURAL. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 18 January 1878

AGRICULTURAL. The farmers are now (says the Age,) to gether with every available hand which can be pressed into service, engaged in the work of threshing, and heavy receipts of wheat by rail will be the order of the day for some time. Already the weekly arri vals are very large, owing in a great mea sure to the harvest being earlierthisseason, and to the fact that the Adelaide stripper has come greatly into use, it being a ma chine from whichthe wheat is sent to mar ket direct from the field, the two processes of reaping and threshing being performed simultaneously. The dry weather is be ginning to tell on' many districts in the matter of short water supply, although in some portions of the colony, and iniliveri na, heavy deluging showers have :fallen, which, have been most welcome. A new feature of interest to farmers is, we are informed by the local press, to be introduced into the prize list of the West Bourke Society this year-namely, pre mium for the best exhibit of grain as it...

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CRICKET. TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERANG TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 18 January 1878

CRICKET. T TE rntronT oP E "EnGO TIuS. Pe.--I shall 2I-l glad if yru c.n dl some thing to help us in organisilg <ur cricket celub Last venr we got on tolerably well, and when the season cl;sed we .and a hklan a to "ot: e-edit in the hsn But this eason the crickit= in, tnthudiasm serms to have eva:orn el We c mnot get a, meeting, nor crough toge'L'e to hlve a friendly match . dy this apathy I know not TYourn, &e, Poi.T [The apathy complainedl of omay be c:edited to the weather Perhaps if the hecreteary would wait personally 'on a few of the membCrs, hec m:y got a quorum together lTen issue a challenge to one of the 'neighbouring. teams There is nothing equal t6 a match to warm up the blood of an old cricketer-ED Ki T]

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SWAN HILL. TUESDAY January 15 [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 18 January 1878

I rucl eOa Ows conas eraSunr.T.] TouEao? Janua:y 15 - The sbicrribers to the Saen till .Distlict Iospi: d held their ar.null metind en hui:s day lost, et tw? o'clock p m, in the IIntpital Baord-cole., when there war a tr:r attendance of mermlrs present. The previous year's ra.iuutre we.e afopted. W' We d, E.sq, was eletn!s p:si:leat for td: cr.-uin: year, Mr II Ci:ie. j .nire, vice p:esil tt, and 3hI John "lite trettier Tha br' ofmaaagelent's repor-t w.s then read, which set red that though an extreum.ly unifa?Otrab~ ee C,, the rersult of te y'ear's labhnr was vnry pto;perous ; the re.ort was adop:ed he honorary tre surer, Sir Wi e, then read the onnual lilac ce heet It was resolved tha- G 1I Mean, Esq. be ap pointed horotary medical omeIttr i: was moved anal c.rri."d that the f?al loinr go:.tle nan he vie ted a c oemmi.tee fori the n ui g year :--Me.Ssro Melnto h, OiCte:r. I Be.r.m, Cnrz:r. nBuro t, Garlen. 31.Edllr..rde, IPettig ewv, li-irimont, and l..I:e;eacoe It was mosvd and c...

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 18 January 1878

aO6 i'R V1ff'T CAZ'ETTE. The follo~vig information is taken nt tact tvee"" i Jan has been ap itc a gr of the b o:rd of s is o district No. 247. Jusi laing, :Shire of Swa.n .Itiie area ni-,', thc specificd boun Ii proclarined a special ris i pubaiCansf licenses r i rte rublicans' der the bei.h so.th Lt:-- of the «e3', ! odd.·n tid'ng " f 'the' S etSIII'1( withinl lre , itert rini. ti.~I F i..:, u"il i~ndont ; thrite byriii La'''}"v; ~ltL:, wir. o th- cal:t houu-l I; olu r ' Ia thcn c L."I ,Ii"C of ties t.ý:1:n o f t iIIIIL .t", k; tlll·1IL the Ca doaur i argla . f B ul ],s1 pin to t·J tiri*r n h . ieee in It '.el, liE.l- 11 at .11,I ~~s jn a. I ' c i ~, ldhit reat lin thed cih toi 'a-. i·r .·f *,d( L; .wr Si ihlr s o S ihn. ncar ariotn flet uti, hof frr k c if t i `:" Lc r ' d dot t: d tb ,r," II i o iut Fe' ;55rr of Etnar aiCC to °nt a ; itiofe Kruk 1 seett of TtIP eiho. :301 1! . Z. iler l'uriuflhl'e rY ort!i, for Sliensie Ito ocup Scarrie, rIer'icks I2.:st 3201; i.. !raic s a ct. ...

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