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DURHAM OX. MONDAY, February 4 [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 8 February 1878

DURHAM OX. 'tanoox on wsO coiESPONDEN3 M oNDA, February4 It is commonly asserted that the age ofi chivalrous and generous deeds is past: On glancing over the letter in your last issue, with the name William Carruthers appended, my first impression was that it was prompted by a generous impulse, being written by one who was an unsuc cessful aspirant to the position, in defence of the suecessful candidate, and this gene rosity was the more noticeable from the fact that the writer liad been conside rably piqued (and with good reason,'I think,) that a boy should be considered preferable to hlim but on looking moro carefully at the said letter, I found that my first inipressions were wrong. 'In fact, there was no aftecpt at disputing t my statementt, but on the contrary, so far as his remarks had reference thereto, we were perfectly agreed. fie gives expression to his confidence that the workrs will be satisfactorily executed, so did I; but honour to whom honour is due, my reasons for th...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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REVIVAL PREACHING [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 8 February 1878

iEVIVdL ?BACHnsoen-I hear Ra good 'story about Tcd Wright The other evening he was preaching,' the subject being "The Good Samaritan" "First of all," said Ned, ".there came by a piiest, and he passed by without giving the poor man any help Then came a Levine, and he passed by on the cther side And why do. you think these beggars passed by? Why because they knew the poor man had been robbed already!" C arrEDE KLrtLoGA D st-The Wid wiay News'wvitneEaed a circumstance thlsother day wbich 'mayt perhaps throw some light on the sidded death of fowls, for tliich'we are con stantly'asked to acebunt 'In moving a tank a large centipede wass disturbed It made ofi through the grass, hotly pursued by several fowls and a duck Presently the duck stopped, evidently hurt Pricking up the bird we fosund the centipede fastened to* its thigh 'It was immediately dislodged, but too late, for a few minutes later the duck turnecd up its eyes and died. A thousand probabilities will net make one truth.

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THE POSTAL SERVICE TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERANG TIMES [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 8 February 1878

TIE POSTAL SERVICE TO Tme EDTOl OF TIHE KEeAGeo TIMES Sin,-Tioere is one extraordinnary feature with regard to the present Government, and that is its conservatism, its inertia in relation r to postal arrangements Some months back Ierang was visited rby one of the local mem bers of Parliament. when a colloquy to tihe following effect took place between tihe IIon . J Casey and a townsman :-IIon Itecm., loq.. , "When does tho mail go out I" 'T, " Not till Saturday, Mr Casey" lion Mem.," Hiaven't ynu a daily mail ?"' T, " No, Mr Casey' Hlon Mem. (con sopresa c furioso), "lThen your members must havo been very remiss!" T (saraenslically), " There'd mdore than yourself of ] that opinion, Mr Casey" And still lthere is no daly mail The fact is that tlhe.postal service at present, now that every available piece of land is taken up and occupied, diffcrs little from what it used to be when the country was in the possession of half a dozen pastoral tenants Thoe natural inference is that either...

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THE SCHOOLMASTER ABROAP. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 8 February 1878

THE SOHOOLMASTER ABROAP. The following characteristic letter was read by the council at their last meeting. For obvious reasons the latter part is omitted: Quambtatook, Dec 3 1877 To the president of the shire Councel, re rang, sir i should like to know if thear is a Revenue Officer at eranug that if it is dutey to look Aftcr sly grog soling for thear is a MLan By the Name of W - B- selling grog on the sly and yan Would Do the inhabitance of thiss Neiboerhood a grate favour y Shifting them he is liveing with a old Woman and the twos of them Dtinsl:.and makes Beasts of them selves and is a Disgrace to the people Around Also to the children of thiss Neibour hood, for No later than last sunday thes Was a blob of children passing by thear place, and saw B- pull- i Remain youms Respectfulicy thofather tnd othcr of ea family

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

IMPERIAL DIESPATCIES, Thc following despatchen from Lord Carnar von wero laid before Par'iament on Tuesda3 I night : Downing street, Pecember 20, 1877, SIn,-I have the honour to acknowledge the receipt of your despatch, No. 135 of the 19th Scptember. The payment of the members of the Victorian Paroiamcnt is a matter with whiich the Parliament and tihe Government of Victoria alone have to deal, and which in volves no question calling for the intervention of the Imperial Government, nor one on which it seems to mo incnumbent on me to express an opinion. The signaturc of the Governor of a colony which has representative institutions to the message recommending the money votes is a formal act, and the responsibility in the case rests, not with thIe Governor, but with the Ministers who advise him In these circum stances I am of opinion that it will be your duty not to refuse to follow the advice of your Ministers, should tlhe estimates for the ser vice of the coming year contain an item ...

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

DEATH. LITTLETON-On the 1st instant, George Henry, youngest son of Thomas Littleton, Kerang;   aged eight months

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

MOR1E D1SMIISSALS. The Governor, with the advice of the ExecutiveCouncil, hasfrou the lst proximo cancelled the orders in Council retaining the services of the undermnentioned alicers, notwithstanding their having attained the age of sixty years:-George llarriott, Post master and Manager Electrice Telegraph, Hamilton; John )laigan, Postmaster and Manager Electric Telegraph, Camper down ; Samuel lielden, Fifth Class Clerk, General Post Office. Tihe above-named oflicials have all attained the age of sixty years. The following notices also appeared in the last Gazette : - The Governor, with tihe advice of the Executive Council, has been pleased to appoint Morgan Augustus McDonnell, Es.., Barrister-at-law, to act as Prosecutor for the Queen at the Court of Assize appointed to be held at Sale oil the lTth day of February next. His lonor .Jundge Bindon is gazetted a judge of the county courts appointed to be held at Bairnsdale, Beechworth, Benalla, Bright, Chiltern, Jamieson, iMansfliold,...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. LONDON Jan. 22. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 8 February 1878

EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. (FP1o TLM AnGUS COORRTISPONDEXT) 1' LosDOx Jan. 22. The Servians captured l'ristina yester day. thie Owing to the spread of the Iaflir out- 1n1 break, another regiment leaves for the Cape. 13e In the House of Commons on Monday, dii Sir Stafford Northcote stated that the IV Government were still unaware of the Rus- to siau proposals, but he knew that the news nC paper reports on the subject were incorrect. bu Ile deprecated discussion on the question. sa The Chinese have captured Kashgar, and lhe the Emir has escaped into Russian terri- ifo tory. be Sulieman IPasha's army of 30,000 has th arrived at the zEgean coast. IL After the battle of oGuaiko, in whichl Sulieman Pasha was defeated, the Turkish tb loss was ascertained to bie 4,000 killed, St 3,000 prisoners, with 49 guns taken. LONDON, Jai. 23. tt In the House of Commons,Sir S. North cote read a telegram from the Queen tothe 13 Emperor of Russia urging hiimn to hasten se peace. The Prince of Wa:leahasunveiled ...

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STOCK REPORT. Sandhurst, 5th February [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 8 February 1878

STOCKI ILEPOJtUT. Sandhurst, 5th February Messrs J. C. Walker and Co. report:-Fat Cottle-22d yardeod, generally of good mcediumtI beef. The anumber was small for the delmand, and prices showed a considerable improsvement on last week's rates. We quote good mnedium pens bullocks £ 10is to £7 17s ti; cows £(i as to £1'7, others to £5 17s 6l. We sold 107 for Messrs W. Poole, A. Fraser, C. Head, A. Shaw and others, at market rates. Fat calves -1t yarded, for which extremely high prices were obtained. Fat Sheep-t,000t yarded. Good qual:ity were in fair demaind at atbout last week's raites. We quote good quality ewlves to (is 1dt., good quality n saers Js to 11, ioediium tons. We sold 31S for Mr. A. C. Wilson, and a few from tlhe neighborhood at quotations. Fat Lsnsbs-2S-S yarded. These me to ,risk de tiuind, with prices ruling slightly aibove last week's rates. We sold 14t from theo teighlbor hood at fruom Os to St Gd. Messrs Powers, Rutherford, and Co., report: -Fat Cattle.-220 yarded, ...

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GENERAL SUMMARY. LONDON, Dec. 21. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 8 February 1878

GEiNER&L SULMATIY. Losnox, Dec. 21. Assistant Conummissary-general John Spencely has been dismissed the service for acceptilng a bribe of L120 from a Govern ment milk contractor at Aldershott. Since the commencement of the week great activity has prevailed in the dock yards, &c. Orders were received on Wed nesday to forward as rapidly as possible the refitting and repair of vessels in hand, and several under construction were direct ed to be completed forthwith. Instructions have been given that the four 40-ton gulls for the Inflexible should be at olnce chant bered, without waiting for further rilling experimnents. The manufacture of 10i pounder field guns, suspended lately is re sumed. The Hllimalaya sailed for the Medi terranean on Tuesday, with new crews for the Raleigh and D)evastation, and super inulmeraries for other vessels of the fleet. At the distribution of prizes to several volunteer corps at St. James' Hall, on Wednesday, it was stated that there were no...

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

3 rPAlI.TVMENTAICY. In the Legislative Council on Tuesday .ast, Mr Cuthbert presented a number of despatihes, amongst them being one from the Secretary of State for the colonies, ap Droving of the action of the Ministry in llending up payment of members on the S&ppropriation BIill. Sir Charles Slahde lSoved that tlhe lion. the President of the -'islative CoLuncil be requested to trans Mt t ttle Secretary of State for the Ca rl.niesc a telegram to the following effect: T- egislative Council prays nothing be ' -e with memorandui from Chief 9lSre S-y to ilis Excellency the Governor, on ? ot of leg:a payments forwarded last ithl, via California, until opportunity n 'eilnt afforded them. Copies asked I ouncil, but refused by Governor." . was supported by Mr Dobson, while I!i . S. Anderson condemned the action fhe Government in sending home to the _.ierial Government la ex parle state 'Iryegarding the iresent political affairs l, y fcolony. 31r Ihllfolur said the dead I, .l^.. uas...

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

COMMERCIAL. FLOUR AND GRAIN MARKET Sndhurst, February 6 The following are the prices which ruled this day:-Flour, £12 5.to L1210s 4t' toni wheat, 4/10 to Sa' 9 buishel; oats. 4/6 t? bushel; bran, 1/29 bushel; ;pollard, 1/4 t? bushel: SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENTS: H'E=E " STR ALIAN CCONOMIC 'BAN'K ti(Limited) 2 COlins street West, MELEOUllNE. [Incorpbratcd under the Compalies' StiItute, 1864.] apitat £500,000, in 100,00ihatlS of £5e.eich. Advances an Frecitoldand djpfioeed Leasehold. SECURITIES at Current Rates. PROSPECTUSES And all information may be obtained from MR. R. C. BRISTOW, TWho has been appointed Agent at Kerang for the sale of Shares and receiving applications for Loans in this district. HENRY CORNELL, Head Office, Manager. Moelbourne, 7th December, 1877. THE BANSK OF VICTORIA. Incorporatcd by Act of Council. A BRANCH of this 1ANK iti ow oienod SatSwan Hilll, for thd transaction of ge. 'neralbanking busineass. :By ode -of the board,. R. SHANN, S k Acting-General Miagler. Damk o...

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

-WANTED. WANTED A :MAN Who thoroughly understands CHAFFCUTTING MACIIINE Wages 25s 19 week and Fouid. _fo Apply J. JbN s, Four miles below the J.nction. NOTICE. TO STUCK OWNERI--K. & E. SFOSTER are open to engagements to d.bvo STOCK' to the Markets or othsrwisoe. Addiess, PosfOffice, Kerang. THE Adverdiser is desirous of obtaining Board and Residence in a pivate family. References given. 'Apply. 'KY Z".fimo SY2 .O.,craasg, FOR SALE. To Capitalists and Others. T.HE hest "BLOCK of LAND in Icerang IL FOR SALE; splendid site for good Hotel or Bank. Apply I. FORD, Union Club Hotel; Echuca. W ASTE PAPER for Sale. Apply oEce of 1 this paper. -a LOST. R UNNIKG in my Faddock since October last, One Bay HORSE, branded P over triangle off shouleler,R aboveo I near shotilder. If not cldilmed anid expenses paid tlheion; will c be sold at lceang yards next Sale dliy. , .ApplyGEOItGE TItO1PSON, Cuhino, Barr Creek. CARRIERS. TO FARhAERS AND OTHERS. F. -ESSLER, DURHAM OX, . Caiiricr during th...

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

GO VERNVAE NT C'AZEZETTE. The following informatidn- is taken from last week's Gazette: Eight blocks,' containing in' the aegro gate 1,218a, have been reserved for watering purposes in the' parishes of Turrumberry arid Turrimberry North, A long list of licenceesu;'nder different sections of the'Land 'Act, in'arroars for rent is giren. The following applications iunder thq. 19th section hare been reifused:-M N. Hand, Murrabit, 319a; J Colliiis, Moran; 320.1 T'E Bramby, Macorna. 310a:; ' Marrows, Macorna and Trag6wel, 319a, open for selection.on 15th February; T Mloore, Loddon; 190s, open for selecticn on 15th Febriuory. Applications for. licenses appioved:-B Mills, Gunbower,9Ga; Joseph 'Basker; Gunbower, 320a; Benry Tugg, iynumi, 1e0a; J 'Dudley, Turrumberry North, 200a; James"Jones. Gunbower; 320s; T Austin, Mincha;280 ; W Austin, Mincha, 320s; J M'Laren, junr., Miinchn, 42a; John Poyson, Mysian, 31St; 'Michael Kenny, Wharparilla, 3r The foll6wing applications for leases have been a...

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SWAN HILL. February 2, 1877. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 8 February 1878

SWAN HIILL. [FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. February 2, 1877. A special meeting of the Hospital Committee was held in the Board Room at 7 p.m; on the 30th ult. Present Messrs W Wood (President), McDonald, Wise, Burton, Kinnimont, Urquhart, and Pettigrew. The principal business being to receive tenders for supplying the institution with provisions, &e , it was proceeded   with at once, with the following   result :-For provisions (2), Fartiere and Stitt; butchers' meat (2), J Combs; fire wood (3), Geo. Walker, junr.; washing (2), Mrs White; milk (1), Mrs Fenton interments (1), Mr G Boyne: The meeting closed with a vote of thanks to the chairman. The adjourned annual meetiing of the hospital subscribers was held at Mr W Garden's Ronal Hotel on Saturday, the 2nd inst., at 4 p.m., to receive thebalance sheet and auditors' report. After being read they were both adopted. The sdeot ing elpsed with votes of thanks to the dubscribers and the chair. Immediately...

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SWAN HILL SHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 4. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 8 February 1878

SWAN HILL SHIRE COUNCIL Monday February 4. Present : The President (C if I Doald), aiid Crs. Irwin "~ni. tosh.i The iiew couiicillors Mhiesasr grew, from the Lower' Miriay and M. Barnes,froin the West i Riding, tdok' thdir 'oatlis 'and f *seats. .At the 'iiitset, the shire stated tihat he had eceived 'a souir of tickets from he various cvda which. were distributed a councillors. ngst The miniutes of the previous fn ing wcre then read and confirmeede coniEsP'os'ENCE. Frointhe Deaf and Duinb Insti.j acknowledging tlhe receitof the le er from fie Counfil, dechninigto tlr dobaation, and statinig thliat the Coun was in error regarding the manaen of the institution 'as sectarian, asnd asked the.. Council to reconsider then dcision The secretary was instructd to wiite to the institute, 'askings certain information. .FromMayor of Melbourne, ackio . ledging receipt of subsrcniptions toar Indian Fanine dnd. Received. From Coiistable O'Donnell, stat' that before lie accepted the office i inspe...

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KERANG PETTY SESSIONS. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 4 (Before Messrs T Littleton (chairman), J H Taverner, and J Garden, Js P) [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 8 February 1878

KERANG PETTY SESSIONS. MoinDA, Pgej5airjy 4 (Before IMessr's T Iitletoa (chairmin), J II Taveriner, and J Garden, JsP) .Two civil cases having been called on, weio' struck out, the parties not aippear In rea iaclJames was chargedhby Con" stable Iiodgson with cutting timber on Crown lands without a license. He pleaded guilty. Defendant statedhe was a new arrival in the distrie, and agreed to take out alicense. The Bench fined him is, with 21s costs. William Williams; junior, wais charged with a similar offence. No.nppearance. The Bench infliceted a fine of5s3, with 53 costs. TrnnEATENING LANrGUACE. Peter Martyn v John O'Donnell-This was a case of using threatening words to plaintiff on the evening of 26th December last. The defendimt pleaded'not guilty, and objected to the wording of the sum mons, but was overruled by the Beich. The witnoesies were all ordered out bf the court. 'Peter Martyn, rselector, deposed that he resided at Echuca at present, but had a selection at the Gunbower...

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THE PROBABILITIES OF A. RU[?]SIAN ATTACK. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 22 February 1878

SIAN ATTACK W.ith war threatenilng bLetween saw san nd Rissiajn, it is only natural t iriquire whait chaince there is of th hiail ports being attached in te er hostilities taking place. Tsere vessels, .it . is pretty certain, the t tlhins,ikvoild not come from liui nor would they 1e heavily arie C descent were attempted, it woel] probably be made by the Rlusian at now stationed in the Pacific, th Seais, or thie East Indies. A sassumi these vessels were free to more abut C they pleasedl, considerable anxiety be felt regarding them ; but thinga a different aspect when it is remem that the British fleet in all these e? suiticienmt tooverawe the Russi na and -to greatly restrict the morer ner unfriendly ships. A predatory es~ could scarcely set out for Aestlmh any of. these places I itl:out the factt . wind, when pursuit of course sesin place, and the enemy would probalhe ore before he had finished, that he had * a mistake. The strength of the fleet u might be looked to for keeping the ...

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ARRIVAL OF THE CALIFORNIAN MAIL. AUCKLAND, 15th Feb. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 22 February 1878

A RRI'A "AL O .. T .THE CALIFORNIAN MAIL. AvetK.st N 1 th iela: L The San. Frandisco niil isteamer arriveol i last night. i EUbROPEAN NEWS. I M.lukltar Pasha has been appointed to the armny for the defence of Constantinople. Lord Derby has recovered, and will re- d sums his parliamentary duties immediately. M3. Gambetta desires to. have the French 1' Chamber adjourned throughout thesummer to ensure politicad quiet during the Inter national Exhibition. A Capeto vn"despatch states that an en gagement took place at Ladomngah, in which the British troops were successful. Volunteers are eagerly enrolling. Sir. lMitchies, a member of the IInm garian Parliament, has been convicted of high treason. The British Parliament opened on January 17. The Queen's speech states the causo of the early re-assembling to be the war in Eunrope. The 'address in reply to t the speech was moved in the House of Lords by, Earl Wharncliffe, seconded by the Earl of Lcndoran ; i the HIouse of Conmmnons by Mr. Wil...

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AMERICA. SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 21. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 22 February 1878

S.s i..-cI?5sco, Jain. 21. Au American snob of rmughs captured Dead City and town, near J)eadwood, Da kotahl territory. Mr. Crighlton, agent for New Zealand in an 1 rancisco, sends by the City of New York a consignment of half a million white fish eggs. The barque G. M. Tucker has been :hartered in New York for DI)nedin and Wellington at 42s. 6d. per ton. Steele Kate, a fishing schooner, with a crew of 13 men, natives of • Southl Ioston, founderod at sea recently. General M'Le'lan has been installed as iovqrnor of New Jersey. War is threatened between Guatemala and Porto Rico. Guatemala has invited immigration, and is sending out agents to induce it. Three hundred cattle perished in the flames of a burning stookyard at Terra Haute. The Spanish Gorernment, Ias proposed peace to the insurgents at Cuba. President Hayes intends to make the Chinese question a subject of special mes sges to Conigross. • General O'Neill, the Fenian, is dead. in attemipt has beeinmade to take the life of Pr...

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