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A STATEMENT. TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERANG TIMES [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 1 March 1878

To 7: TfIo KXSRAt G TIMEJI ' vrtr " Jottings from Sleepy IIol. 1 """ r : 5th. your travelling cor .:'! "t, er wh:oever he may be, for the "i.; "a"t fh ire gernetally, reports that one S?ot - a:ion (in town or count: ) wan . e'- _r s..g:eg selling. I respectfully i>_ ta, ?:;tac th t I a^: not tre party referred - ..":r .,,e::ion of the above will oblige, 7 ..: O , e :rnry i0

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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CORRESPONDENCE. A LONG STANDING GRIEVANCE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERANG TIMES [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 1 March 1878

:;.,,RSPONDENCE. "o c i t'r years ago a survey of "' - - at Durim Ox.:. II after 'i' suv was aid by ane S' , red tludilig rzady purc'ise-s S' "t r acre. A firtlbcr survey . na surveyor sent down to ..? ,.;r more than twelve months r put up his flag rods at ol ' survey. then lie and : : . and only fleeting glimpses of 1.1'h"t when tle lhsave v yen : r. :e r. Can you explain S " .. er been made, and lots ..' t aoiously tio buisld uon Sallot:e?ls. I assure you ' ;" is retarding the progress S-ry much, Yours Ac,

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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THE RATEPAYERS' ROLLS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERANG TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 1 March 1878

"i". "ATrli'tYES' 11ULLS. . I:.:-C:Trn T KEIIGNO TI'is. ,_', I 1.:ve, trongh til medium of S. ,: sl a sprtject of grOft S . . r tp ars, wi th a v li.w to . : . of the various local , , .,v. I dtm somlcr necessary * be d 'vised. :fr ta are tihe makll; of ., . . " : '. i,;' -i Le makings , col t t Isoelf to toe L) *' ..-. - .:.:..'- i f i ni' i iic.. i a p r e S. . . Fc in . ': 77 requiro s t hatc . s.'. ll pie preparied bfore 7* ' th t th. e Ci ilicte i. d a:s op(n for inpecin " " :. "T.::.;''.7:L-. of Ji ly: ; and ,cti. n .. ., ror objections ml is bei ' " " e 7th July T'he annual • nd the followin curi us S: : e iterm]tval btcetween t I:':.--\:, I l; d th time for noti . • : •" i2. 'teo rollis i orderid , - - Isc'.cd l.ifore it !I I ,=· Ii .,:le e!acl ioue ta ls larlo S..;. ..:-i: e .;* .**':;i~i!:. 5 n t rl y tl;:le, a; :,: i. 5thof Augutr , the only : i. . .; t;. e roll, u tat is? cr Seing .."' r-* e '* . aIers, is limited to nth . .t, : th nd :4th of Julsy, 1 " ith of 'A gust. a...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. LONDON, Feb. 19. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 1 March 1878

ET UIUPEA.N T'IAlEGRALMS. (rloet rnT snte s conueSUeuI.: xNDNr.) Loxuos, Feb. 10. The European congress . to consider the peace conditions between Russia and Turkey will assemble during the first fortnight in March. In the German Parliament, Prince Bis marck has expressed his disbelief in a Euro pean war. Loxuox Feb. 20. The British Channel squadron is under orders for Gallipoli, and another Channel fleet is being formed. The insurgents in Thessaly have beaten the Turks at Tolo, and killed 600 of them. Papers have been submitted to Parlia ment which show that Count Schounvaloff, the Russian ambassador, informed Lord Derby last.lune of the terms of peace, which are identical with Russia's present demands. Cardinal (Giovacchino l'ecci, archbishop of Perungia, has been elected Pope. lie will assumne the name of Leo XI[[. The number of bales arriving in time for the sales amount to 201,000. 'The follow ing ships with wosl cargoes have arrived in time for sales :-l Iolutesdale, Ontalpa, ...

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HINTS FOR HOUSE-CLEANING. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 1 March 1878

HINTS FOR HIOUSE-CLEANING. Carpets are given a new lease of life every time they are taken up and shaken. The wear caused by the grinding upon the fibres of the particles of dust -nd dirt which' they receive and hold is greater than that fromn any other cause. The laborof house -leaning would be greatly relneed if all ,learv pieces of furniture ha?l c.tstors on them. The straining and lifting required to move them is more fatiguing than any other kind of work. Wooden casters may 'e had in the stores. and these will not wear carpets. In the good time coming tl hea:tv articles of furniture, includini stoves, will be shod with castors. The virtues ofammoniashotld be ever present to the mind of the house wife. For cleaning print and carpets it is unrivalled. All co!d tea should be saved to wash grained sur faces. Stuffed furniture should he taken out of doors and thedust whipped out with rawhides; it shouhd stand all dalin the elln. Valls mnay be cleansed by wiping then. tlownt with a c...

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AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 1 March 1878

AGRICULTURAL NOTES. In the immediate vicinity of Geelong, the country has been changed in appearance during the past ten days. Places which were as bare as a metalled road less'than a month ago are now clothed with green grass, which has grown rapidly. The weather has been in every way favorable to the country hereabouts, and both pas toral and agricultural pursuits "'ist be greatly benefited by the change. A correspondent at Little River states that the plains have received a plentiful supply of moisture, and tlings look nmore promcis ing for cattle and sheep. At Leigh Road, and away towards Meredith, the recent rains have been general, but at Inver leigh, strange to say, the thcunder showers appear to have passed over the place with out doing much good, the rain merely being sufficient to lay the dust on the road -Gecldon Advertiser., WVe notice from the Pleas:itut C'rek Nzews that there has been a heavy and welcome fall of rain in the Gleuarchy and Žiarnoo districts, sullicient t...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. SANDHURST, Thursday, 6.30 p m. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 1 March 1878

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. Pr. ELECCTIIC TEPLECIAPri. [F.10r ou.t SA:.BrIUI:ST cor..SPON.2.IiT] SANDIIuRST, Thursday, 6.30 p in. The Court of Assize has been sitting here all the week, tie calendar being tihe heaviest ever known in the city. l'he Chief Justice, Sir \V. F. Stawell, presided, and Mr A. N. Chonfley pro secuted for the Crown. The following cases have been tried, and the pri soners sentenced to imprisonment, as follow:--Samnuel Lillywhite, for tlhe murder of his wile at Sailor's Gully, fifteen years' imprisonment, the first three years < f the term to be passed in irons; John Durant, for larceny, three years and six months; Richard Bothroad, for perjury, four years; Charles Cunningham, for stealing from a dwelling, four years and six months; W. Nelson, for horse-ste.ling (two offences), seven yeari andl six mi nth ; ,:., Ton:si Lckyz r. for hliorsae -'._: - , t'.: y.',r-:; joý,n H enry Nicho!3on, forgery and ilarceny (LtwO offences), four yclrs; \\illiam Hlenry \\ya...

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GENERAL SUMMARY. LONDON, Jan. 18. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 1 March 1878

S GE-ERA SULMMARY. LoDo.x, Jan. 18. HIer Majesty, who left Windsor fjr Os borne on the 28th December. is in ex :elleni health. The Empress of Austria and the Crown Prince arrived in England on the 31st ult. Her Majesty is hunting in the midland counties, and the Prince has been visiting the Queen at Osborne. The Prince of Wales is at Sandringhamn The Empress Engenie is at Chiselhurst. The Prince Imperial has been visiting the Prince and Princess of Wales at Sandring ham. The Court has gone into mourning until the 5th of February for the King of Italy. Prince Leopold continues in very bad health, and has latterly been unable to take outdoor exercise. Parliamuent was opened oni 17th January by Royal Commission, consisting of the Lord Chancellor, the Duke of Iticlhmond, the Marquis of HIertford, Earl Beanchamp, and Lord Skelhnersdale. About 30 peers were present, but tile House of Lords was thronged by ladies and other visitors. There was a large attendance of members of time House of ...

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

GOVRNfE-T C.~ The following constables appointed Inspectors oft Hoouses .within the Shire ofj.*.! -Patrick O')onnell, Keran Mawley, Swan Hill Jol i Cowana. J Mr Charles Prne, I Stock, resumed chiargc 11ill crossing place oa thA ruary, vice Spurling, reiie .. T'ich undcrmentiion.ed t,, supply of for.,g at poit have been accept ed:-Cro I-. A. Boycs, a;nl Win. 31 )urham Ox, John lM'leaa. Corbet and Teller anil M-Kissack; Rayw-ood. Iatic' and Wil iam Smith; . Creek, Thos. Bradburnc; S John Comb. The following application. I. have not been granted --i:-I Terrick Terrick East, ,7a. 8'" open for selection on l8th Ahaz.M' at i) m. ; Fredrirk Hugin(i batoa:, 320.1, open for sfi Sth March 1878, at 9 a.nt'a O'ononnell. Kcrang, 16)a. Applications for licenses a.p --John Ml-Mullan, I.el llt"har PId Bowles, W\ i.iri)rilla., l:':ga Applications for leiases unt--; 3 approved :--Johin lll deni! 3- a ; Jame.t Smith, YarrarPal l':li7zabcth lFairbank, Jarklan, 7Zchariah l'::ton, Castle 320o. Jo.sih i n...

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

COr.!MtERC-I L. FJOUR AND GRAIN MA\RKZET S•ndi'a?ist.?'t,?j -7. The fellwiln' are the prices wli',h rIl nied this da n:-Flour X12 5it to LI2 Ts 1 f O ton; vn,ti at 5n to /l1 ; i- h il ; cats 4/t i buh.eil; bran, I/ ' ,I u-Let : .:-Iu rd. 1/4 t? huhel _Pt'IEC1 :\l AU VlEz"..T I;'1. 11EN T'S. r lt - USITl AI.AN E CQNOM! IC. B ANK (.initcd) 12 Colliuti street West, SE.LOUUIO NE. ?Lc,:rprnr'nod untL r thi Comspaniets' Fta'u'e, 18fI4 ] a.rital ' 00,0.0 in 100000 shares of £5 each. Adv'ances on flrchtrd and app:, Ozfcd Leas.'/ l Sc:tarities At Current Rates. IT ROS"EC CUSES Sn-i al' iniri ratin n'rly b? cmbained I-fron, 1 R. R. C. lII-,STOi, i he bI In. I:ei, ap:,,,inted A e.t :,t I erang for the -ale of t!tar- a ulti rel iciUng applicautonu hfr L ans in this district IEN RY CORIELL, ilcnad O(t!i-:'. Manage-. e'''e hourn,- 7th Dcemleor, 1S77. TI!I I .A'K I F VIICTO!lA. In.!irr'n at d lv Act of Council. SI:T: s:Cl[ ofthis '.\\K i ncw or pnedt ' :. t w't: 1:1', Or :he trInn,: tii:t - go "? ...

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RUSSIA'S PEACE CONDITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 1 March 1878

RUSSIA'S PEACE CONDITIONS. Long ago, when the first Napoleon was in the zenith of his glory, the Eastern Question was a bone of con tention among tile nations of "urope That p!,plxing lquestion has continued to occupy the attention of warriors. politicians, and autocrats through all the years, yet t)-day the pro !lem re mains unscl--ed, notW"hil-ta :dng the fact tha:t over i atte t .:.i tion millions of m.ne, h:iv. bon .lent. anti what is of far greater consequience, rivers of innocent blood have drenched many a battle field, while '" the- old armi cihair' has beenl vacated in many a itho:laantd homes. Under th!e piretnce at least, of settling this cl:.stion at once and for cv r, tihe ipresent Tiur o-iussian comnb:lt took place. Of the ollveinltl[S of the great Ptowers duri:g this c'ent itul swar our readers are tamiilar. At the comnlslceiment of the elngairensent, fortunm favoured the brave who enlisted under the Csscecnt tl.lag. 'li he scene has since changed, ho,-es-er, and cxenc...

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The Kerang Times AND SWAN HILL GAZETTE. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. KERANG, MARCH 1, 1878. THE PRESENT STRUGGLE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 1 March 1878

AND SwAx HIL.r G.\zterr. " t'BLtLIlED WEEKLY. KERANG, ;MARCI-I t. t873. TILE PRISENT bTRUGGLE. TurE political imbroglio in which the Legislative Council and the Legislative Assembly of Victoria have cntaneled themselves, is a most peculiar one; both Houses claim superior privileges. and both are equally at a loss to decide the point in question. As to who is right and which Chamber is acting constitu tionally, it now devolves upon the Home Secretary to decide. Lengthy arguments on both sides have been raised in the l.ower and also the Upper Howse, and the suiject, through being dwelt upon so long and oft, has been worn threadbare, and the result is thlat hon. mnemters, and the public in par ticular, know just as much about the matter now as they did at the com menccmenlt of the debate. The ad dress brought up by the Chief Secre tary, on the 13th instant. for presenta tion to the Queen, however- places the nmatter in its clearest possible light. iThe a,!dress is a most voluminous one...

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STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 1 March 1878

STOCK iTEPOI'. 31essrs. Holmes, Whlitc, and Co. report: 83i5 cattle, the majority stores : but those suitable for the trade realised prices up to last week's rates. Stores sold well. Our sales are cows to £1, steers £6L. 7 calves. A first rate demand for priume at full rates, and other sorts were well supported. Our sales arc to £2. 4,204 sheep. Supply of good limited, prime ewes being sold up to M4s others to Is, wethers, prime 1 Is, others from Is upwards. 738: lambs. A capital demand for best descriptions, of which the quantity was small. Inferior were dis posed of from 2s to-4s od. Messrs L. Macplherson and Co. report : Cattle. 855 yarded. Of these about 300 head were stores, the others generally medium and inferior beef. The market opened well but prices gradually declined, and after fluctating for some time, closed at some de cline on late rates. There was a good at tendance. Our sales are 104 head, bullocks to £8 2s Cd cows to £0 17 (d. Fat Calves 78 forward. Quality inferior...

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

WANTFED. AXEID, Situation in a respectab!e Family for a YUCNG GIRL tseven teen) to TEIIACI and Take care of two or three cthilrcn cId .rcS- C. :,, IK'.Ac Tt:ts OGTice W_?NTED A MA.N Who tlhoroghly nuaderstamds -lAF FCUTTING MACHINE Wages 23; ) we'.k and Found. Apply J. JONES, Four mtihs b!low the .Tunction. .-.CTICI TO STOCK OWNElt-i-KI. s E. `1 FUIIT:lE are open to cngagements to d ove STOCK to the .arktis or otheiwise. Address, Post O:ilec, Kermng. LUST. STIi.\YEiD INTO NY PADDOCKt, about SJ the sth of F'ebruary. T!It[EE CALVES, one White odlI ". Stran berry, branded . under h::tf circle upon the near ribs. Owner can have th!e same by anpl'ying to mIr, ::S' pa inrg exponsas. :v. Boss, Malcorna. rT) INNI:zG in my. Poadds:c soele Octobhr .1_ l's t. One ?ty "IO le2, bra-nd1l 'P over t2 in, ". -!: r, 11 above I 3near ,-.ol..kr. If nuot cl."nrm a:,d exrc-rso ptia t:eeono, ;viil be su. at et; . yards net : sle ay. AIlp'. ,!R TiOi CrfsGE X 0 Co, nns, unarr Cr ::.. NOTC) ICES. :-?- R E'Y ...

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RAILWAY TO SWAN HILL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERANG TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 1 March 1878

HI.!ALWaY TO SWAN HILL. ::t: Eirro : or T=u Krr.-s Tiems. .-It r.:-ears that on Tuesoday the 12th Sisa ily to a question by 1Ir Itarr as to " , :::. : la's* :tlad " Leen taken to survey : . : :wa from nn point to the existing S, ':'orth," the Minister of Railways S:'1 to have said that "al:hou.h no " .. i I:1en taken for a srver, he did in S:, li t., ,o: : ct Melbourne with Wentworth, ': t h..ve a tl'ing survety made as soon as cii.. as i r ar" area k." Im v state at :, u::::e".Inent of this lett r that I have Se to say anviyting deregatoryto the in .rI r.t. an:: prtics, but I do feel justified in ::':''i: te neccesitics of settled and occu i,1 i-:ri ut!: h tc'hose of what I might al a:.-:: t':M .r:en a-id ur.exilorel w'st s. The '''" a railrcay communication with ::: !as been the sat jet of considera :: :mav years, and I think I may liv I::n to hrivin. thrown soame light on the sub .'H i- t-':e intcrvie:vr 1 have had the honour "i l, vb:r with the present and past -.::r.' rs ,f Rtl...

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

co.t\CIII UIIBU l0 ltS. C L. STONIEMAN, _. 1 1 11I 1i: W II. LI 31SO N S T .: ji ?ll Ii' \ IY;· ilt t .... i l• S I t a . t :' t-'a :mlt r : otwi r stock of i .""n d V.hicles of vbtrein do rf . ea. his p. r " Ir I uIlp ' in tet l dn d l 'e " -- 'tti ll ; T ll ) \ _ 1 :)\ Tpi' hich I havet.lvnc pirtielgtr at e nt i o . ~l - o r ti . t it." d r "l-, 0rtiunodreii-wiRlt over at~d -Ime,,itt :Ictrs farmters ?o" rc?uhnt'd to call and exa mine the u hood-oile vre _ iic 1.' . References 'trol iu " part of" the district. L. T NE MA N, C'o.L C IBlUl I.I)i, WILLIA3ISN 5THEET , SanidhuroL. - . F. ICKLES & SONS, .IME;ILCAN .STE.\LM _:11RIAGEc WORKS, WILLIA3MSON & BULL STREETS, SANDHURS T, WARIED Two Fir-t Prize Silver Cup= Six First ol Three Secin, d P1rizeo, Gritnd atiomld Iithionti. 1I76- First Prize Silver -'~p one Sl?e-ial pruioe and the l[i?lest Certifi ite of 3erit. for Exvellece of [\ltttriils an.d ttrkis-hipd, hKvnYetont I xlvition, 18701 ; ndl roer i Firtnid S .econdl Pri...

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FIRE AND LOSS OF LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 8 March 1878

FIRE AND) LOSS OF LIFE. At two o'clock on Tuesday morninia fire oc curred on tho premises of the Beehive Hotel situated in Blackwood street, IIothain. The hotel was occupied by Miss Mary Doherty. A lodger in the lhouse was awakened by hearing a noise, and ol getting up found the house on lire. She at once went to arouse Miss Doherty, who was sleeping in a rooiu at the back of the bar, but failed in doing so in consequence of the heat and smoke. Some of the neighbours, who had been alarmed by the fire, broke open the place, and with water proceeded to pututt the fire. The IIothan fire brigade arriving at once got to work, and in a short time extinguished the i flames. On the room in which 31issDloherty i was sleeping being entered, she was found in a crouching position under the window, and quite dead. The damage was confined to the bedroom in which the fire originated. The cause of the fire isat present unlikown. -Amrims ________

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HEARTLESS HOAN AT HAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 8 March 1878

IiEAR'LIESS 11uAA tL' IIA. A day or two since the death by drown ing of a Mr Mills, an accountant, residing at IIay, was reported. The correspondent of the Telegraph, however, writes:- " Great consternation was occasioned here shortly after noon on Tuesday last *by a cruel and unpardonable hoax, perpetrated by MIr R. J. Mills, of the Club House. Mr Mills, it appears, went into the river for a bathe, his wife stauding on the bank at the time watching him swim. In a few mi nutes lie came out, and taking a header from the shore, went down, and did not aIappear on the surface again. His wife, I who was in a frightful state of alarml, screamed repeatedly for assistance, bring- ` ing all the residents within hailing distance to the river. Every exertion was made to recover the body, but without sue cess. All day the police were engaged in dragging the river, and some professional divers also lent their assistance. Then the steamer Resolute passed to and fro over the spot where the unifort...

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THE EUCALYPTI EXTRACT. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 8 March 1878

THIE EUCALYPTLI EXTITRCT.L The Donald Times of the 2nd F'ebruary recounts the following cure by the extract: --IMr II. Brown, a splitter and laborer, who resides about Donald, informs, and assures us, that lie had suffered from 'a sprained anklefor seven months. Ilepro cured the best medical advice in the district and paid as high as 17s for one bottle of lotion. It did him no good, and at last he tried Sander's. Eucalypti Essence. Three bottles cured his leg and now he is as strong as ever. From the Newcastle Muorning Ilerald and JMiner's Advocate, of the 12th Febru ary, we extract the annexed letter, which speaks of a singular cure by the extract prepared by Messrs Sander and Sons : .Having received an ugly wound some short time ago in the forearm from a dog bite, and which caused me great pain, the arm swelling up to the shoulder, and partially deterred me from following my daily avocation-that the flesh had been poisoned I had not the slightest doubt-I tried fomentation and othe...

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SWEET PICKIES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 8 March 1878

SWEET PICK[ ES. These can be prepared at any time by taking pear, peach, plum, or apple preserves and pouring hot, spiced vinegar-over them:l in a few days they will make a delightf I relish. "Take notice that the liquors sold in this establishment are diluted according to price." Such is the proclamation that licensed victuallers in London are begin ning to hang before their customers' eyes in order to avoid'the dreaded accusation of dishonest adulteration. It is mentioned as a curious fact that there is not now living a single descendant of the male line of Chaucer, Shakespere, Spenser, Milton, D)ryden, Pope, Cowper, Goldsmith, Scott, Byron, Moore, Addison, Swift, Gibbon, Macaulay, IIogarth, or Sir Joshua Reynolds. A little boy about eight years of age, named Matlhias Edgar Kneale, was killed at Creswick last Wednesday, through being run over by a spring cart. - At the mnagis terial inquiry, the driver was acquitted of any.culpability. The widow of the man Isaaes.who diedon Sunday...

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