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ARRIVAL OF THE WHAMPOA. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 18 January 1878
ARRIVAIL OI' THE WIIAxrpoPA.' The. steamship.r Whampoa arrived: in IIobson's Bay'on Sunday after an excellent passage of forty-six days from l ondon. The following later English news is to hand by her :-The followiing account of the fall of Klars is given in a Turkish news paper:-" After a bombardment which I lasted five. days and five nights, the fortress of Kars has fallen into the hands of the Russians. The official news of this event reached Constantinople yesterday. We reproduce it with deep regret. The fall of Kars, however, ought not to paralyse our resistance. Thus only shall we, by the help of God, get ouir revenge.' The commandant of Kars, Hussein Ilami Pasha, escaped captivity. Accord ing to our information, the chief of the staff of the Russian camp at Deveboyan hastened to make the news 'known to Mukhtar Pasha, in which he said, ' We have occupiel the fortress of Kars. Our forces that have been besieging that place will shortly arrive at Erzeroum. In order that a city l...
WOMAN BURNT TO DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 18 January 1878
WOMAN BURNT TO DEATH. A terrible catastrophe happened at the Gunbower on Thursday week, by which a wo- man named Annie Norband was burnt to death. It appears she was engaged in washing some clothes, when she went too close to the fire under the boiler and her clothes ignited. She immediately ran to a waterhole a little distance off, and jump- ed into it but too late even to save her life. Before she reached the waterhole nearly everything she had on was burnt, and various parts of her body was charred. On being rescued she were taken into Echu- ca and admitted to the hospital there, but died almost immediately afterwards. At the magisterial inquiry held upon the re- mains, a verdict of accidental death was recorded.
THE MANUFACTURE OF PUBLIC OPINION [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 25 January 1878
rO6INION S letter aiddressedto country c.usins ap- E pears in the Age under the ,above headin c froris whichliwe take' a fewi extricts 1 r Theestracts from -the Country i Press, whilchlook so formidable in their massed republication, are allshanm. Thnyaremam factured .in Melbourne, andseit out broad cast to be gathered in again and reprinted as original matter. ;:.,1ie you inoted the outburst of indig-I nation -with which the RIting-the Press Ring I msean-hailed the withdrawal of advertisements from th's DaUq elllegq'ph,, you imagined that the samce was prompted by generous scorn of mseannessand a burn ing sense of wrong; Lou -did not 'reflect that when the O'Shaiassy Goverinient in 1856 deprived:: T7s( Ayp for cighteen months:of allC overnnenit advertisciients that the:0bstructives iever 'raised a voice in reproach. 'You ere not aware that the Tdegrsaph is a creature of the Argis, that one of its proprietor5 iis e on f the Ar11 s sunl-editors, aiid. that. one of the i1r1us leader-i...
THE IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT. LONDON, Jan. 17. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 25 January 1878
ETfE IJ~iEPPIA.L P'A.tItA. ME r; (FROM Tin AILsU.s -COIlt srPONDEvT.) Lomruos, Jan. 17. PaIrliament was opened to-day by cornm mission with the usual ceremonial. Thie speech from the Throne, after re ferring to the efforts which had been made to a ert the present, war and the resolve to preserve neutrality icwhere British interests were not threatened, and the desire to seize the first opportunity to promote ipeace, states that.,the Russian success showed Turkey the necessity of endeavoring to bring ihostilities :to a close. Turkey had addressed, the European powers, ap pealing to them for their good ofices in obtaining mediation, but the majority of the powers had declined. Turkey there upon asked England to make a special appeal to the Emperor of Russia, and the latter had expressed hisearnest desire for peace and his opinion of the course to be punrsied in attaining that end. -Direct comninunicatioii had icordlingly been coin iitenced between Turkey and Russia, which the speech h...
EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. LONDON, Jan. 13. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 25 January 1878
ETJRQEAN TELEGRAMS. . . ... . . . . . . .. i . ... . .. ... --(n~rori atnius conREsroNDEXr.) . •-Lox DNo', Jan. 13." S.The Russian reply * tlth Turkish re quest for'anarmistice has been received at Constantinople, and is regarded as conci liatory. It requests that tlhe Turks" will send plenipotentiaries to treat for an arinistice, and to arrange preliminaries of peace. : The-Gr;and Dnukio j Nicholas the comn mander-iniclhief of the Russian forces iti Europe, crossed the Balkans to-day.' Geteral Gourko has captured Ekht, and General Radetzky is advancing on Adria nople. Tile Turkish Black Sea fleet has bom barded Eupatoria, in the Crimea. .. The outiward .ind honewadrd boiiiid trooi ships which have been detained at Malta, left on Saturday for the Levant. The Euphrates troop ship, with 'the Gth )ragoon Guards and: six batteries of ar tillery, bound to India, has been, stopped by anr Adihiralty telegranti Pot o;tSaid.' A fire has occurred at Tracker's -Main chester warehouses, Watling...
The Kerang Times AND SWAN HILL GAZETTE. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. KERANG, JANUARY 25, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 25 January 1878
AND SWAV HILT GAZETTE. PrLt3fBL D WKEKLT. KERANG, JANUARY 25, ti78. CrOWoDIn OJT.-Owing to the pres sure on our space, to mike room for the speech of the Chief S&cretary we are compelled to hold over our leading matter. HwatIs-roT RAC:s.-We beg to Sdraw thu attention of owners of horses to the programme of events announced in our advertising columns by the ste wards of the above races. No doubt the liberal prizes offered will be the means of securing numerous entries. PoLITICL..--Since our last issue, Sir Charles McMahon has resigned his seat in the Assembly, for West Melbourne, to make room for Mr. Francis. The latter gentlem:n essayed to address the a electors on Tuesday evening, in St. Patrick's Hall, but could not get an hearing. Subsequently. he addressed about t5o of his friends in the dining room of the Union Club Hotel at some length, a vote of confidence being car ried in his favour. S A S.Asu.?-On Sunday last, just as Mr. Clarkson !ad alighted from his buggy at the...
CASE OF KIDKNAPPING. GEELONG, Friday. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 25 January 1878
(ASH, OF KIlDKNAPP1' ING. Gic.Ext.xu, Friday. Last evening a case of kidnapping occurred hero. The chill of a laborer. was on the road to St. Mary's school, in coin pany with her brother, when a woman offeredl her lollies, and told the boy she would mind the little one, while hIe engag ed in play. She then tokit in her arms and carried it away. Whlen the father .called at the school on his way home to dininer,he found the child was missing. . ni alarm was imumediately given, iLnd asearch made, when the brother referred to above, foundl the womli with the child close to tIhe railway statioin, and when lic thlcetened to tell a constablc, she deliiered the child up and left by the train.--Ii, E ees.
LATEST INTELLIGENCE [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 25 January 1878
LATES £ INTELLIGENCE BY KLECTaIC TELEGRAPH. (Paox otR s ataaB5sr O3asaE3PoDSNt.J SASDaaRST, Thursday, 6.30 p .m. Nothing further new in polit.cs. Mr Berry attends a meeting at St Arnaud this e ening Gazette Extraordinary will be issued Sto-morrow containing further dismissals and reductions in the Civil Service. Mauritz Cohn died suddenly at 6.30 this morning, at his residence ii this cit. Drs Boyd an i Landvoight were called in but found him dead. Died from apopletic fit. He was all righ last nig t. He leaves a wife and eleven children. A meeting will be held hete on Monday night to consider the political situation. It is likely to be a very large one. The actio , of M1r Berry's Ministry is approved of on all hands. No European news to hand, The Sc-ble is interrupted.
FARM AND DAIRY PRODUCE. Sandhurst 19th January. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 25 January 1878
FAItI ANID DALIR1 l'ROILULE. - -` Sandlhrsrt, 11bth J:anuars. M'eare IHolitis White and C'. report:-1t, supply, of dairy piro.lic duIring the piet wee] has been lees in quantity thant uisal, in cone: quence a Inoticeable imisiproveIIent lihas en tto result. For print print butter I dijd per lb has lbeen obtained, but tlireugii the greit lea thr: Ien recently previlted,tew aikers can apeaE in s.tiefaetiiry terms of hi1:rt they are loe iutnufacturiag. Fair quality broueht from 1 2t1 to 1Id per lb; and inferior froei ol ts 101 per ti ; primne piitel I'll per lb second qtolity froim Si to 11)1 per lb; egg averaged 14 2 Iper dectit; cheese from 1i.l tt Si par lb for net-; pIrime old, h1d per lb; baco: prime, 111 per lb; Linti, 11.1 per lb; nsn ponitoes, !: 10s to £U per ten : old, nioi. Qeiotttions for grtin-W\itet, 53 31 per bushel oats, c3 11i p:r bushel; pins (is per bushel Poultry witihout chanes.: sincelst repelet. MesarS John Kaiy and Co. report:-tMarket for fresh butteriaveragasup...
STOCK REPORT. Smelhurst, 22nd January. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 25 January 1878
STOCKI REI'OIRT. Sanittd:nrst, 22nd January. ,Messrs Ettershiuik, E aglestone, and Co. re pdrt:-Fut C.attlo.-;iS3 were yarded. For the most part the quality was noidium aind indif feient. The biidinJ was dull thron;ihout, atnd prices rmo:ained much about the s mme as last. week. We havel sold 221 ihead for Masrs Kaughtbn, Mloffit, 3Mors, Yea:r, ear anid t o mant, and others, cows to £G 7o lin, bullocks to £8 Ids. Fat C.ilvec.-53 in. The best quality sold pretty wrell, others were ditticult to quit. We sold 31 for Messrs Mosre, :uinghton, uid Buckland, from 25s to £4 1&lt;s. Fat Sheep. -,55 were p.enned. Onlyv a sutll proportion were fair mutton, tho renoiiuder inferior and stores. TheI dSmand was slack, there being but fewo country buyers in attrUednuce, and sales were mado with dillieultv at abouit lust werek's pries. We Ihave sold 1,0jtS wethers for dif ferent owners at fronm is iGd to S i1. Fat L.unbs.-1,1017 in. Otly ar small proportion wvere lit for the trade, which wer...
SWAN HILL. January [?]0 [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 25 January 1878
SWAN HILL. (race Oti8 oW oconasrooanxtr. January S1 The all absorbing topic, the weather. has daring the past w. ek been more agree.,ble. True, we have a few windy and dusty days, but the heat has not been so intense. The cool south wind, made cooler still in passing over the large lakes to the south, has had a very benefcial effect, the weathcr at the time of writing being quite erjoyab!e. Sickness at present is very prevalent, many familiea being aflicted with it, Scarlet fever, diphtheria, de., ac., are the principal subjects of conversation Sickness is being closely fol lowed by doath Mr H Hilton, contractor, lost a child on Mouday week, and on the same day Mr A MD.nsld, President of the Shire Coun. dil, a!solost a son about two years of age SOn the 17th a disastrous fire brokc out on the premi ea of Mr Pye, butcher, Compbell street, Swan Hill Th, neighbonrs turned out, end by timely assistanuce saved thbse dwelling house and shop The plggeries, fat house, and several bedrooms w...
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 25 January 1878
GOVERNIEWT 'C-AZE2WE. The following infoiirmation is taken from last week's Gazettl: A post office has been opened at Bungeeluke North, near East Charlton. Mr W. Spuirling, oInspector of sheep id stock, 'has been appointed officer of customs, aod assistant inspector of fisheries, at Swan Bill, difring the ab sence on leave-of Mr Chas. Byrnie. Mr WV. F. Tdit, and Mr W. 'Robert son, have bteinappointed totake tem porary dhargCeof the survey ofmces of Echuca and St. Arnaud respectively. Mr Jas. Nolan, df East Charlton, has been appointed a Commissioner of the Supreme Court for taking affidavits. The applications of the' following persons have not been granted: -John Brown. Hayanmi, 29a, open for selec tion on ist February; Donald Cross, Jeruk, 2 s6a; John Irvine, Wychitella, boa; J. M. J. Sinclair, Wychitella, 6-a. The following applications have been approved:--John Glashen, Jersk, 32oa; John M'Leod, Yarrawalla. 8oa; J. C. Osborn, 11ologa, 32oa; Geo. Briant, junr., Boort. 276a; Eliza ...
MONDAY JAN 21. (Before Messrs T Littleton (chairman), J H Taverner, and R C Bristow, J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 25 January 1878
Mo DAo JAN s21. (Before Moasrs T ULttleton (chaman)l., JU Taverner, and B C Btristow, J's.P.) Ealph T'ait V A Edlit-Defamatory Ian. guage. No appearance of plaintiff. The defendant applied fur costs. No costs allowed. (tr Pate!sell took his Beaton the bench). H Soa:t v A M'Pherson.-Fraud sarn mono, £20. Verdict fur amount, and costs. The defendant paid the money into court. (Mr Garden took his seat.) J B Crellen was charged by Constable Bnsh with using obsone and disgusatine langoage in a public place. The con stable gave evidence of the language nsed. Fined £1, and oests. The fine ras paid; Fo e Ah Main v A A Amos-Clainm for £8 44. wages. Plaintiff, on being sworn, deposed that h- was engaged by Mr Blackman at bohna to work an a gardener at th annawarra Itation, at £1 per week; h. carted to work on Monday. the 1311 atcust; when he had been at work fiBrve deeks and a few days, he asked for some noney, as he wanted to go to Eahea ; he defendant gave him £5 for the dr. veeks, and woul...
AGRICULTURAL. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 25 January 1878
V& AfGR4ICYLTURAli lVrstini alsiot the inprovementen of lnd hyT1i'ehiPrhfeiihir7Jolhnson says: - 0.1 sand ntrs; as i'N orfolk, the whole or part of the.turnip.crop iiieaten off by sheep for the-puirpose chiefly'of ;treading. ovn and consolidating thee soil. and thus fitting i for :the better growlth bof the ,sucieeding crop of barley.'..c ". . The general benefit to the land of eatiog off with sheep arises from the conversion of the s etacle produce,into-a manure, richer, weilght for weight; in nitrogen and saline muatter, and, therefore, hasvirng a ,more imnmeliate and powerful effect uponi after crops.. In the case of good 'laudg which is otherwivise in good hear gor condition pelrhaps3 no better or profitable husbandry tlhan this,for rural districts could .readily be reconmesnded." Ilere~is the value; of the sheep to worked out innd what must be the same if Applied to virgin soil? Since -ouut (Telegrmph) last report, we .hiaveu hidanother eek of ;dry, parclhing woather ; ...
RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 25 January 1878
RIcs.a The residents in and about he Serpentine are, making arrange ments to hold a race meeting there on the 28th proximo. By the way sub scriptions are commg in, and the amount of energy displayed by the stewards, there can be n, doubt the adair will be a success. Tue Wa rzEa driang the .peat week has been more pleasant; southerly winds prevailed, -which -rendered- the-- air more ceol. On Wednesday, however, the wind frashensd in the afternoan, and was the means £ raising the dust to such an exteont that- for about an hoar or two it was extremely disagree. able. Yesterday it had the appearance of rain, but to the time of goi g to pre s this morning it unfortunately kept of. The following are the readings of the barometer sal thermometer here up t, yatArday afternoon: aroamtr Thrmotoetr S (Ninasrs 29'S) at a Three p 29'51 10 tL Satorlay N ino a m 1917 $ S Three p m29'61 21" Sunda Nine ama 29`80 - 75" sy 'I'hr epm 199' 900 3today ' ine am 29':4 T Threepa 29'75 5* ueda i.e am 29'81 7...
EAST LODDON SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 25 January 1878
EAST. LODDON SHIRE COUNCIL. .el. IiJ1.kjI '.The-council-net-at-the-Shire-Elall,-Ser pentineg;on Fiida YPreiitse ` Crs. IHardy, (Presidentr) Lethlean, IHiatt, Laird, Edwick,, 1'otteraleigh ,Cfillespie, and Coutts. ' The minutes of previous meeting were read andiionfinmed The outward coirespondence ha in been approved of. 1 letter was read fromthe Government, asking'for some elaboirte returns connected with the shire. Ordered to be furnished.: iFron the Shire of Korong, in connec tion witl the Salisbury bridge teouder, statisng that the amoint wasn too high. - Oil the liotion of Cr. Coutts, the secre tary was instructed to write to the Korong Council, sinforsing them that the tender was too high according to their engineer's estimate. To be re-advertised. Fromn the Government auditor, stating tlhat the accounts were correct, and suggest ing some isnprovement for facilitating the checking of the accounts in future. The report was received, on thie motion of MIr Potter; not, however, be...
KERANG PETTY SESSIONS. FRIDAY, JAN 18. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 25 January 1878
KBRANG PETfY SSa8IONs. FamAr, Jax 19. BRefra ewsr T Littleton (chairisa). W J W Patahall, Rt C Iristow, J Garde., at J H Taverner, Ju.P.j A Revision Court for revisieg the else toral lists was Brst held, only one name being placed on the lists. No objection had bl an lodged, and the lists were duly sarti. fled to. The case of Thomas Parkinson was then pruoceded with. The evidence of the plaintiff was to the elect that he had arrived by the coach on Wednesday to make a seizLunre on some property, to satisfy an excnrtion that he had takens p3osaesion, and that afterwards he had one ovrr ,o :d'Intyre's Hotel to drink wish the d-foniant. They had several drinks, nd ase he was going back to the -..izi property ile was knoeked down and jlmped up n by in. of the defendant,. de ctli5.l J German, who stated that arkinjan haid hseen drinkiag, and that the o:her ha. deoscribed him, Parkinson, as a cruany man. Tho evime: a attcmether was moat on. eaits fa ire, ,n. it appearing to the Bench athe...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 25 January 1878
EcZ ciIt ulD 111, W LI A31SON ST.;. DhUlbRST, pvlrnted r i dotl oo, tsey5 on han d rni toerlor tok of S i rtaid Vehilers ohf vorinoo. ke rip noateri, thsoroe 0ansonao, nobuilt. tiner ha31pR Efer intendrom e. TI;E TII fl1 ~\ .1ns srtt o en iilr f COACiBU pDRr,0'C0 tenitnn Wll csree roojmy-1Y or ten Inlntredeighsit orer bide'. leesfro.o IC pa:rL of the district L SiTOCNE MTA N COACIICUgIuEWI S, WILLIAML'SO STREET, SaondhPrrt. (.F. PICKTLEA S & SONS; AMERICSAN STEA S. CARRI1GE WORK.S,, SWILLIAO DULL SrEt ETS, . SANDIRIU RST, WA7IRDED Two First Prize Silver Cups r hSicFisLt andlhree omnond Prizes, Grand . National Exhibiition, 15Th: Firt Prize Siler Cup one SDucal b'rilt, and thI Highest Certilt cnte oalf ero, tur Entelllise of Malterils atod Wortsl:mo51lip. Ry::too E:jtitn, 1575; anl orerTlOFirestO Sesicosl 1'risesot the oariou:s Shows th:roui.hot Vietoria, beinl by for the Irgest onloher sttucihd b aony Fir:: 'll tIe Colory. These oaws+nhrdslcltid :witlh ou:r xeote:isc sale., ...