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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 1 February 1878

SPECIAl. ADVERTI3EMENTS. T 2 -AUse ALI? .?ON OM IC BANK (Limnitc'2 -.! Collias.street West, MELOUcI'eNT. (CEcorpira cd sad r the Companie' Sta'u'e, S18.4] ' 's itol £500,020 in 100.000 ahare of £5 cnch. Alva ne on Freeao.'d and ailfoved Leaseho!d. EcCU EITIES at Current hates. PROSPEC USES :ad all informat.ion may be obtained fomn MR. ,. C. BRISTOW, 'hio has been appointed Agent at Kerang for 'the tale of Shara and receiving applications x f L.ýmnn athis district. -HENRY CORNELL, Ilead Oficc. Manag-. e Zbaurne, 7th December, 1877. THE BANKK OF VICTORI L. It:co.porat d by Act of Council. A BR NCII f this A.NK is now oponed A at Swan tiil', for the transaction of go neral banking business. By or'e of the board, E. S IAN, Acting-General .Manager. R ank of Victaria, Heal Office, Melbourne 29th IMay, 1877. Ti C NArIONAL BANK OF AU TRALASIA. A BR.ANCIf of thin BAiNK is row opened - .at Keraog, for the transaction of o:di nary banking business, und*r the management f--o ir James Calvor. "B...

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LIVE STOCK REPORT OF J. C. WALKER & CO. Sandhurst, January 29th, [?] [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 1 February 1878

LIVE STOCK ILEPORT 0O., WALKER & CC. Sandhurst, Janunry_ j Fat Cattle.-523 yarded, con-"ti of good quality. Thesupply was :w ess of requirements, and pricey ru. d .? thing lower than last week's. We quality pens bullocks, £8 to £8 17o d to ; edi qlit We sold 40 for Messrs W Attenboro,- r for Messrs Wood Blros.; 40 for G. fJo 2Z for A. O. Wilson, E oq.; 74 ono '.' Messrs Gibson and Co.; 37 from tbhe-?, sold 9lOat£813sid. FatSheep ar ? =o) Though a small nuoher it was quite sa for the demand, and prices shol no a' from last weeks rotles. Brt wethee. ? 1.. b medium to good wethers, 5 (idl to 8.6t, t; 7s to 8s lid. We sold a draft for A. t. '> Eoq., at7s forewes. Fat Lambs.-? ? : which sold well. Best inade 3s to 7s,

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LATE ENGLISH NEWS. MR STANLEY'S MISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 1 February 1878

L&E ENGISH NEW S. sMf STNOLEtYS MtOl IOS. Writing f om i antai. West c' ast of Africa, to September 5, Mr Stanley decrrihes hit pro grsas by land and warter, the fights hoe Id with natives, he sufferings and h s successes. t ,In all he fought thirty-two battles. as a rua! with litte loss. lie never commeae d t, fight, however, without exhausting eve y 6 means to avoid a conflict :- . A Naval.Eonagement A. w?e c-asscd ver. from the current of the Luia'ba to that of: the - Arueimi, and had snatechel t. g:ance at the .i ,breadth tf the magnificent rt!!ueat, we wacr a qui:e taken aback by the grand pronaratigns t for r oureception. Fifty four caaoen came ruahing down on us with ,uch fury ti at I saw . I must act at once if I wished to save the ex p-dition . Four of our canoes, in a desperate t right. became panic stricken, and began, to ' pall fast down st'eam, but they we c soon braought back. We dropped, our stone anchor', formed ac oae line, and ca'mtly wai el events. a Down ...

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 1 February 1878

S"GOVRN IENT C.4ZE TTEE. The folloerng information is taken fromlast week's Gd:dcll: Addition p Postolace-A past office has. been .pened a?t Ninycenook. near Fort Cameron. """ - Caicnota ion--The resignation of the Commiioner of the Peace for the Mi.-; tand tSailimicrk by Genoree annah Chom lee bha been accepted. W' rlen's Cleric-N G StephensT hnas Sbee s pp?i-ted temportrilt warden',. Ierk Sandhuirt, vice E At CAirne, re :lieer l. App1r a ion nn lndr "The--TLnd ,Act. 189." tn' grpented :-J,Thn G Uren. 31Sl 3 sip, Yarrnenlla. erratritto .nnehiie a-nptcare; John L.ng, 2793 3r 5u: ieOr-, refunel, openr fO- sel,'to . '-i fl. '1878. .ul j=c to paym:nt of valt"ution f.r Srevements. ,: . Ln inpele for elec i'---7Frer . diis trictr: K.""? "f nTe?l pe rish of Jrruk, tz'ent :191 2. 19). Pr'tt n.rd r?terrrtirrn o a timh r reerrre hi.. ri:r Vteh'l t Frer,r p.eerI, imed by order o' the '12ih .Ie?atry. 174 ps feia re for the p eereraioin an I growrt of timbre. i "r'eut tO be dminicrhei bre drdur...

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CORRESPONDENCE. DISMISSAL OF THE CIVIL SERVANTS TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERANG TIMES [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 1 February 1878

CO??RESPONDENCE. DISMISSAL OF TIHE CIVIL SEPVA2\T3: To TAR oIrron or Te Ktn-A'o 15itEs Fnm,-Tha nrtiging arn of the destroying angel of thb Berry oligarchy hi s rathlissly tut off all the eldest sons of Victoria's Civil Sir cIco ani though the arm took a baksvard monvemet, it was oidy to c",me down with iner oeel mimentum .n thl u.fortunates who t 11 rmirned, o.il 5h5se 5. e hal b:cln lift tr tmbling in the blktnce for a brief p-tiod ti 1 it had been 'itdly decided to w?lat extent t'e vials of wIath a cul. be polred on those who had d .rd to think [no, aec] in opa:i itioa to the views of~the g.eat Autocrat Ref?o:m was called fur; it wasn aboso'tel creeces ry i.t t} inter. ts os ab counlr- whil'; was being o;e- weighted with the cost of a drcadful:y Ixpen irve Civil Serve e, which year by yviar was get itoig more unmrigeabe, and was absorb ing by far too Inatge a proportion of the reve tnes of th country T.e ictti n itken by the CG v,.lumnet as b en do pre'il;itatd that time Las ]tar...

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MEETING AT SANDHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 1 February 1878

A nmot orihuiast'c desonstmtoa in far, of the Ministry was held in thi Siae Town Hall on Monday evening lant. N two thousand pers o:a asemblel, bit tif would only hold fifteenh hundre. Tih.eh occupied the chair. MAr Clark, on mn . appeanra'c on the plat orm w-s rcli tremendous cheering? wahist the Opps candidates were received. with grosrna liisses, which lsted fjr several minutra. 3taedermott took up a positin in a wini looking into the hill from th'e c nncil dt ber; he nppoeare to be in a very demootn, moo I, bt. the hoftimgs which ha recaivle almst deafcning. Ordsr having bjan stored, M r renrr ored the first resolution, "a this met n; expreas its high!et apprmar B the Berry Mini.try in maintiining the et sive right of the Legislative Assembly il natters pertaining to taxation and' exp!e tore, and pledges itself to assist the bli l in their de;ermnination to reform the Legl'd Cjuncil." Thero was great eneoring onf resolition beirg read, but tha remirrksf t mover and seconder, Mr ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 1 February 1878

fThe following notice to railway consig nors, has just been issued by tle IIon. the Commissioner :- Goods - which, -on the tariff dated 22nd December, 1877, are are specified as carried atosidner's risk, also all articles which, as br6ught to be carried by railway cannot stand the ordinary shak ing of trains -while running orlshunting, will not be received without a distinct con tract as set forth ini the consignment, (riot appended), that they are entirely,at owner's risk... Provided thatriftlhe con signor refuses the said contract, the board wvill receive and forwardltheix at.the risk of said board as carriers upon paymenit of 25 per cent. advance on'the rate specified ini the above mentioned tariff. - The total number of police m'.gistrates dismissed is twenty-nine, and :fifty-three coroners and deputy? coroners have :been discharged. ..There are in the'colony -i present three County Coiirt judges; namely Messrs Cope, Rodgers, and bsindonr; thlree coroners, nasiely, Messrs. 1-. S...

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HAWKINSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 1 February 1878

HAWKINSTON. About fifteen miles from Kerang, on the main road to Inglewood, the coach finds its first resting stage at Hawkinston; such is the name given   to Mr. Hawkins Hotel. Mr. Orlando Hawkins was formerly one of Cobb's drivers, and as in the fulness of time coach drivers are often found to settle down as the worthy host of some road- side inn, so the tide of events planted Mr. Hawkins at Hawkinston. Mr. Hawkins claims to be the first selector on the plains; his hotel was built on a rural site of three acres, excised from his selection. While fulfilling the duties of host, he ever had an eye for the comfort of travellers, and no matter who the man was that passed, was sure of getting a drink of water for his horse; and that was no small matter   of comfort when the nearest water was some six miles distant, and the water cart had to bring it all. Even now, when heaving it sight of Hawkinston, whether on foot, on horseback, on coach, waggon, or dray, the...

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DISASTROUS FIRE. GEELONG, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 1 February 1878

DISASTROUS FIRE. GEELONG, Tuesday.   A large store and bakehouse at Leigh road, owned and occupied by William Kirwin, was entirely destroyed by fire late last night. Kirwin was working in the bakery, and capsized a kerosene lamp, which caused the conflagration. There was very little property saved. The pre- nmises were insured in the National Insur- ance Company in a sum of £300. One of the most successful demonstra tions ever held in favor of the Govern mntlt, took place in Saudhurst on Monday. M[r Robert Clark, 31.P., received a recep tion of which he may feel proud, and we have no hesitation inl saying that few public men, in this colony at least, ever received a more enthusiastic or unanimous reception than was accorded to our Liberal representative on Monday evening. M3esrs Mackay and M'[ntyre, on the contrary, we regret, were not permiitted to speak, but I received rather rough treatinei:t on their I comning to the front of the platform. The mneeting was a very la...

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FATAL ACCIDENT AT BRUNSWICK. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 8 February 1878

FATAL ACCIIDENT AT BRUNS WICK. A moat distre3siug accident occurred at Coburg on 31st ult.,resulting in the death of an old and respected resident named Mr Henry Williams, sixty-one years of age. Mr. Williams was putting his horse in the stable, and owing to something unforeseen, tihe animal became alarmed, and kicking out, struck the unfortunate man on tIhe right breast. Ile never spoke afterwards. His daughter, who was present, was the only witness of his death. the amount of the Customs revenue for the past month shows an increase as comn pared with that of January, 1877, of not less than L0000. This substantial aug mentation of the revenue hias taken place in spite of considerable reductions in tihe tariff, and notwithstanding the unsettled state of affairs arising from the present political complications. Printed and published for the proprietors,Hnr court and Co, by the manager, IV J. J.Darpl at the office, Victoria street, Keran .

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AGRICULTURAL. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 8 February 1878

AG ltICULTUIRAL. Our Geelmeg Advertiser Ballarat cor respondent writes to the effect that great hardships have to be put up with by farmers and graicrs in the districts surrounding that city on account of the absence of rain. In the Learmonthl districts the yields have been as follow :-Wheat, 13 bushels to the acre; oats, 30; and barley, 30. At As cot the yields have varied, wheat going as low as 10 bushels to the acre, and as high as 1D, whilst oats ran 10 bushels, barley 3b, and rye 24. A correspondent writing from Sale, Gippalanud, states that even that part of the colony, which has been looked upon as the best, lhas suffered a little from the dry ness of the atnmosphere. In some parts of Gippsland, however thlings are not at all bad. The grain crops have so far yielded very good returns, and farmers are in.first rate hbusor. Although there were some slight signs of rust in the wheat, no great damsage was done. The average yield of wheat in some of the best situated parts of the ...

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GOVERNOR'S ACTION APPROVED BY THE HOME GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 8 February 1878

GOVERNOR'S ACTION APPROVED) BY TIlE HOME GOVERNMENT His Excellency the Governor receivred by the mail on Saturday night fill and fresh confirmation and approval, on the part of the Imperial authorities, of his position and con duct, and oftheconstitutional attituidewhich ho willinflexibly maintain in view of present events and future cotingencies. Ilis Ex ccllency, says the Age, took the precaution some months back of ascertaining the opi ion and wishes of the Imperial authorities vith regard to probable or possible events and contingencies here; and hle is acting step by step in accordance with their in structions; and also, it may be added, with the precedents made and the views held by Loi0d Canterbury respecting the proper re lations of the Council and Assembly and otherwise,asshownby the despatches placed on record by him during the Parliamcntary deadlock of 18(8i. In last Octoberthe Go vernor received by telegraph instructions to sign the message covering the payment of member...

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The Kerang Times AND SWAN HILL GAZETTE. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. KERANG, FEBRUARY 8, 1878. LAND SELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 8 February 1878

AND Swa HILL GAZETTE. PUBLI5ED WEEKLT. KERANG, FEBRUARY 8, 1878. 'LAND SELECTION. As legitimate land selecting under the present system must be considered one of the greatest opportunities for industrious people with small means securing for themselvespermanent and I comfortable homes, we, still, cannot closo our eyes to the fact that in every district the Act is being much abused, and, we feel certain, if not closely watched, will never reach the object for which is was framed. =A great re sponsibility rests on the board who are appointed to hear applications, to re I commend or not, as the e se `may be. They administer thle first and most im portant part of the.Act-that of intro ducing the selector-upon the land. It therefore rests with them in a great measure whether our country is still further to form large properties in the hands ofthe wealthy classes, or whether it will fall into the hands of bona fide men, who are suited for agricultura pursuits; who, at least, have sufficie...

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END OF THE DROUGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 8 February 1878

END OF THE DROUGHT. The welcome downpour that visite, this district on Monday last, we an glad to say, has been general and no partial in its extent. -From the east west, north, and south tidings hlave reached us of rain having fallen. Al though the amount tlhat has fallen it this neighbourhood is not great, yet i will supply a long felt want, and be thi means of preventing the utter ruina tion of some of our settlers. Those who have been fortunate to have se lected close to permanent water car scarcely form an idea of the want ant suffering endured by those not so ad vantageously placed. Several familiel have been compelled to tenporaril] abandon their homes; their cattle driven to the nearest water, and left tc shift for themselves. Many have beer compelledto drive their stock ten mile! to water. On the west side of th< Loddon the suffering was very great lakes drying up, dams exhausted. Or Lake Boort the little water that re mained was scarcely fit for waterinf stock, ...

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WEST MELBOURNE ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 8 February 1878

WEST MELBOURNE ELECTION. THE return of Sir Bryan O'Loghlen for the constituency of West Melbourne must go far to strengthen the hands of Mr. Berry and his party. Despite the many excuses put forward by the other side to account for the defeat, as a sola/ium for their wounded feelings, the stubborn bare fact remains that a more crushing, overwhelming defeat seldom falls to any party to endure. Not only had they chosen their constituency and their time, but also a candidate that has always had the confidence of the public at large. Everything was in their favour to command success that was possible for any party to possess. The electorate.was one that up to the last general election had always re turned two Conservatives. They had ample time to make all preparation before the fight was commenced. The candidate who was chosen was sure to command the votes of the party, and from his popularity it was reasonable to expect he would get many votes from the other side. So certain did victor...

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WATER CONSERVATION. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 8 February 1878

/ WetriTR Co0ŽSERVATIoN.-Acting on the advice of the engineer, the council have resolved to try an experiment in arresting the waste of flood waters. Being about to erect a bridge over the outlet creek of Lake Boort, advan tage will be taken to erect a false sill and embankment to the height of aS inches above the present level of the creek under the bridge. This will have the effect of giving the lake an I additional depth of eS inches of water. i I In a season like the present, it would prove a boon that cannot be lightly estimated to those settlers who have at present to carry water four miles. This act of the council will show that they are alive to the vwants of the ratepayers. In the present instance it is simply an experiment, but there can be no doubt of the result. Ciluncli SERVICE.-We desire to draw attention to an advertisement in another column in reference to the special services inconnexion with the Wesleyan Church atXerang. Sermons, it will be seen,will be preached in...

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RARIVAL OF THE ENGLISH MAIL. ADELAIDE, Jan. 31. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 8 February 1878

RAIIVAL OF ''IE ENGLISIIH MAIL. ADLA..IDE, Jan. 31. The R.I.S.S. Tanjore was siginlled offit Glenclg at a quarter to four o'clock this afterno'.n. The weather behcing hazy through bush fires, the Tanjore passed Cape Borda without being sighted. Aftcr leaving G:alle, the steamer had head winds and squally weather to the line, then moderate trade winds to 23 deg. south, thence strong S.S.E. winds, increasing to a gale.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 8 February 1878

CO.ACHIU1LiE1s C. L. STONEiMAN, COACITIIILDLE, WUILIMSON ST., TC SASDIIUST, w S ptl= on lhandt superior stock of 1} R lways 1 Vehicles of various due.rip bmrn i wc rrd t c o"Tnte u being of the tio tc w m:hic1 :lorohl n eaonted, nod built be nte hi personal sum atendence, 1l TIAD1 ý'AGGO'°N I jsx Ti 1tvttic,, I hlse viren partlicusr nt t nio ty . a let, hanlisoe, light, and t t.sill CiTrF six pCrsOn s05 (toltt `r tet Itsttlr tl-wmil rsl over asicrt nsdt. Slc .stordnl untrssk allyl re`leat a Snsetd to call and exaC mrine thesa Iluaud*one re iclets Rerentes frou nu piert n the district. C. L. ST 0 E S'T E N, CoACIIBSUILDER, 'WILA3ISON STREET, Sansdhurst. r 1 r. F. PICKLES & SONS, l AMUIIEICAN STE AM S CARRIAGE WORKS, jLLA3ISON & BULL STREETS, SANDIIURI1S T, 4 WARDED Two First Prize Silver Cups isx Fit ndtlhlSr O Seeoond 1rizes, Grul TI Satioted Exhibition, 1STt1; First Prize Silver ,sp. 00n Special P'rize, and the ILighlest Certifl ste: of 31erit, for Excellence of Mat...

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LAT R WIRE NEWS London, Feb 4, 4 30 p m [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 8 February 1878

LAT it WIRE NEWS -FROM THE AGENTGENTERAL London, Feb.4, 430 pm lhe armistice has been signed welvo thousand Greeks have entered Thoassalyt; with what object is not known he debate on the vote of six million tipending are are great comp'aints amongst the an landowners on this side," saya the gi ustrahlian in London, o against Mlr rMLand Tax Bill It may undoubtedly ge d as striking dccply for good or for eaihc very life blood, so to speak, of S it'f the invillnable onrvices of Colonel rCol olis-CO, Colonel Camphbll at indl54,h a few others, Englishmen find it liallt to obtain, commisiono in the I kenR ieji except -as dotoro, owing o thiei's feeling against England among '.'iTar' power since M~r Gladstone's violent R ee ad a'.i0 to the foot of Coo~ttntinoplo t being the great resort ocf those of rymen -who find most other capitals Sunwtilling to receive them, and SFrench neighbours te:ro chevaliers trio R E-Tro ing to 0 boiness wilhout ing isto like winking at a pretty girl in mahy kno...

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SELECT POETRY. YOU SPEAK AN UNTRUTH [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 8 February 1878

SELECT POETRY. YOU SPEAK AN UNTRUTHI You speak an untruth when you say that voulove sue That I am the nearest and dearest of all That in your esteem there is no one above me Thlat no other beauty your heart can en thrall. You tell me all this while your pulses are leaping With a maddening warmth of passion that Idills, While conscience is silent and reason is sleep tng, And ihe subtle tongue speaks what im purity wills. You tell mnc you love me with deepest de votion, And in thenexst moment your heart you disclose, Awakening within me a painful emotion By uttering what you should blush to propose. If yo had arich jewel, say, would you im pair it By purposely soiling its beauty so bright Nay, would it not rather delight you to wear it With not a ray lost from its dazzling lishrt? Andamn I worth less thAn a glittering jerwel, That idly you'd bring reproach to my name, And in your blind passion, remorseless and cruel, Destroy iy hearts quiet and tarnish my fame? I've loved, anid still ...

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