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PARLIAMENTARY. Tuesday, 5th March. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 8 March 1878

PAA LIA MEN T AR.' Tuesday, 5th March. In reply to Mr Bird, on the question of reducing the amount of business-licenses, Major Smith stated that his attention had already been called to the matter, and he had prepared certain amendments in the Goldfields Act, dealing not only with the question of business licenses, but also with the abolition of mining boards. Mr Dow gave notice of a lengthy notice of motion having for its object ths estab lishment of a national system of loans to free selectors. Mr Bosisto presented a petition from Richmond, against the level railway cross ings in that place. Mr Barr gave notice of his intentien to ask the heon. the Chief Secretarywhetiher it is the intention of the Government to es tablish a national bank of issue. Mr Lysll presented a petition from Mr F.tMadden, as attorney for Mr Sali Cleve, asking for certain papers concerning the the late election for Wrest Melbouinle. The4,tition having-been received, Mr Lycll moved that tho prayer of the pet...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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HOSPITAL FOR KERANG. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 8 March 1878

HOSPITAL FOR KERANG. ALTHoUGUc Kerang and its district is. generally speaking, a healthy one, still we are not exempt from danger, disease, and death. Indeed, during the past few weeks the death-rate in this district has reached a compara tively high percentage, while accidents from various causes have been ex tremely numerous, and therefore, while it is impossible for us to enjoy an im munity from these "ills which flesh is heir to,' it becomes of the utmost im portance that we should take every possible step towards reducing, to a degree at least, the death rate in our midst, and to provide some suitable accommodation for the sick and suf fering around us. At the present time the nearest hospital is that at Swan Hill, a distance of about forty miles, while the next nearest institution of the kind is .it Inglewood, a distance of 5- Sixty-four miles. Now, a district with some twotthousand inhabitants should assuredly ,possess a hospital 'of 'its own. lrhe very idealof taking oeveryl...

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LOST IN NIAGARA'S FLOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 8 March 1878

LOST LN NIAGARIA'S FLOOD. . A young lady stood upon the rdek that overhung Niagara's boiling flood, and saw a beautiful flower that was growing there. She coveted it; she reached forward her hand to pluck it ; but as she was bending above that dread abyss, her foot slipped, she whirled downward, through the mist that overhangs the flood, and she was lost. So, sinner, the flowery path you tread hangs over an awful gulf. The beauteous blossoms of pride and praise are waving far out above the fiery deep; reach for them and you perish : prefer them to your soul's salvation, and you are lost--lost for crvr. Reader, will you be lost ? Think of the heavenly glory : will you lose it ? you intend to seek the Saviour; but now, when HIIe is asking you, will you splrn His mercy and His love ? Remember, it is for Him to save you,. or not at all. The good Shep herd is seeking you : shall .Ie seek in vain? Oh, turn not your ear away from that voice, full of pity and love, which says, "Come unto Me...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE, Thursday [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 8 March 1878

LATEST INTELLIGENBCE. BY ELECTeIC TELEGRAPH. F30R OtUi OWNH CORRESPONDENT] MELBOURNE, Thuraday A deputation, introduced by Messrs. Williams and Clark, M's L.A, waited upon the Postmaster-General to-day, and urged the necessity of a tempo rary daily mail to Kerang until tenders were called for the next mail service. After hearing the arguments used by the deputation, Mr. Cuthbert replied that if the expenses thus incurred would not be too great, the request should be granted. The deputation then thanked the IRinister, an I with drew.

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KERANG PETTY SESSIONS. MONDAY MARCH 4. (Before Messrs T Littleton (chairman), W J W Patchell, and J Garden, Js.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 8 March 1878

KERANG PETTY SESSIONS. -o MOSDAY MARCH 4. (Before Messrs T Littleton (chairmnm), W J W 'il Patchell, and J Garden, Js.P.) 1P Hugh Thompson v Frederick Smith- be DriTing sheep across his land without va' giring notice. vie Hugh Thompson deposd that on Fri- the dav eveninL, the 15.h ult., between fire 1i and six o'ciock, he saw de endaht drivinz tha sheep across his daughter's land. He e lt had never piven notice of his in- I ention to do so. Defendant did not drive -I he sheep across witness's land. Defen- Kei dant sent a boy with a notice on Sunday Pin eveinn-, the 17th ult., but witness did Jah not read it. Tnoueht the notice must be nea erred at the residence, which defendant 'lu id not do. L,20 ta lqbtpy.laf, Ji ,f s o-tf he en-l, not- e .I'eace diisJifi-,jtfeatLBjCuba.,ni _oal . prove that defendant drove the she'ep . across his land, he had no tase. They , would therefore have to dismiss the case, ; which they did, with costs. l Same v same-sbgsive language. Hugh Thompson depos...

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

TiiH WEATHIER.-During the week the weatlh-r in this district has been such as to cause great joyoasness on the part of the selectors. During the early part of the week the weather was extremely warm, but the leaden ap -pearance of the atmosphere on Mon day evening betokened a change, which was experienced about nine o'clock on the following morning, when a steady, soaking rain commenced to fall, and continued without intermission until the evening. The rain was general throughout the district, and in conse quence there are pleasing signs of vegetation on all hands. Yesterday the atmosphere again became cool, and at the time we tent to press this morning, heavy clouds were hanging about, a certain sign that more rain is soon to follow. The glasses during the week have given the following result : Barometer Thermometer f Nine am 29'91 GS' Friday j Three pm 29'd0 99' I Nine a m 2981t 94' Saturday 1Three pm 29'82 96 t Nine am 29'79 91' Sunday Three pm 29'73 108' (Nine am 29'79 96' Monda...

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MELBOURNE PRODUCE MARKET. Friday, March 1st, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 8 March 1878

3MZELBOURE PIIODUCE 1AhRKET. Friday, March 1st, 1878. MIessrs 3d0Caw, Adaumson, and Co report the following details of aetual sales. viz :-Flour, northern brands, from £12 5s to £12 7s lid per .tot? wheat, milling, prima northern, 5s 7d to 5s 8d per bushel ; nmdze, 7 do ; barley, En, lish, is 5d to 5s 7d do; do, feellng, 4s 7d to 4s ld do; do, Cape, 4s 91 to 4s 10d do; oats, feed, N'ew Zealand and Victorian pri ne, 4s 10d to 5s do; do, milling, few offering, 5s to 5s 2d do; peas, grey, 5s 6d do; do, blue, 5t 6sI do; pollard, is Sd to is ld do ; bran, supply short, is 3d to is 4d do ; rye, Ss 4d to s (id do; hops very dull, Tasmanian,91J to 10Ad per lb ; bacon, town cured, in demand, it}d do; do, country cured, much inquired after, 7d to OSd do; hams, guaranteed, in request, is to Is Id do; cheese, good to prime, 7.d to ld do; do, in ferior to good, 3id to 7d do; butter, potted, good to prime, in great demand, 9Od. to Is U?d do; do, do, mediumu to good, 7d to 9d do; do, fresh, good t...

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IMPROVED EXCAVATOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 8 March 1878

IMPROVED EXCAVATOI. An improved excavator, described in the " Builder,' has been introduced in lowa, by Mr Bradley, in the worldug of which two ploughliltke shovels are propelled through the earth, from 2 inches to G inches below the surface, as regulated by the foot of the driver; a huge revolving hoe comes down and takes the earth behind up an inclined plane, upon a long revolving apron or ele vator, which carries it backward and up ward, over the main wheels, till it is nearly twenty feet above the ground behind; and there is another transverse apron adjustable to a rise or fall of any distance, which takes the dirt to waggons, or dumps it outside the track. The whole is drawn by six or eight horses, cutting a trench three feet wide at each advance ; and if working at a full c pacity designed,it will remove from three to four cubic yards of earth per minute, equi valent to ninety men. But if it attains to only one or two yards per minute it will be a greatthing.

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CORRESPONDENCE. [?] SLEEPY HOLLOWNESS! TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERANG TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 8 March 1878

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SELECT POETRY. GOOD-NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 8 March 1878

:;: SiELECT PO'OETR GOOD-NIGIIT. Good-night! abright and starry night I'll leave thee in its radiance now, And,till the dawn of mornhng light, May heaven guard thy starlit brow ! When slumber, with her pinions soft, Lights on thhin eyelids, briiging sleep, May thy sweet dreams hear me aloft, And angles fair thy spirit keep ! Good-night a liss, and-I must go ! I'll keep it till we meet again: And then return it, sweet and low, To greet theein the twilight lane! Ah, me! to go, is but to stay ; - I cannot move, for thou art near ! Oh ! give me wings to fly away, And break the chains that hold me here ! Good-night! a warm asweet good-night ! Good-night; but not so good as thon, Nor half so sweet; nor e'en as bright As thy fair face which charms me now! Oh, would that night were long as day ! "Good-night" would linger, then, awhile, And, ere I went my lonesome way, I'd feast upon another smile ! Good-night, my love! once more, good night ! I'll echo back the words to thee: And, when I've...

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

SWALN HILL SHIRE COUNCIL. oonsnr, M?[ncn 4 The ordinary monthly meeting of the Swan Hill Shire Council was held at Kerang on the above date. There were p esent: The Presi dent (Mr McDonald), and Crs Irwin, Hulkes, Barnes, Pettigrew, Cameron, McIntosh, and Booth The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed CORRESPONaDECE From the Superintendent of Police at Sand hurst, informing the Council that Constable Mawley would be gazetted Inspector of Slaughter Yards and Nuisances in due coursE. Received From Sands and McDougall, remarking that it was their intention to re-publish Mr Temple. ton's "Guide to Petty Sessions," and soliciting orders for copies for each of the members of the municipality. Resolved that ten copies be obtained From the Victorian Deaf and Dumb Institu tion_ denying a charge of sectarianism in the selection of a clerk. - The explanation was deemed satisfactory by the Council, and on the motion of Cr Irwin, seconded by Cr Pettigrew, two guineas were vote...

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

- G:LLIPOLL This: important position, of dow heear so much, is about s1 from Constantinople, and co-n Dardanellea and the entrance to 'sarmoia. 'the place stands onl running out in a soutlh-westerly i Cape Flelles,atthe entranceofsthlleiP or Dardanelles, and its northeni sh washed by the Gulf of Saors, the connecting this peninsula with the being at - one poisnt--to the e Gallipoli--only three miles wide, anl nature has so disposed of the surc the Telegrapl) as to favour the tion of a line of works capable of ing the peninsula impregnable by For there is a valley running righ the isthmus, and the high grounds Gallipoli side would need nothing but works to masike it another Pleena. d\ liere the attention of the Turkish Go ment was called to the strategic vss; this position by an English general a before the Crimean war, and that stela, taken to carry out his recommendai Speaking of Gallipoli, D)r. Rlssell, osh Tisus, remarks :-An army enealpll commainds the .Egean and the Sea of ). m...

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

- - - - - - - - - - MARRIAGE.   MILLER -ELLIS - On the 5th instant, at Kyneton, A. J. Miller, of Kyneton, to Esther Ellis, of Kerang.    

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 8 March 1878

SA scrious gun accident occurred between IHeathcote and Costerfield on Saturday morning early. It appears that a youth named henry Grelck, in company with another lad, went out on Thursday night to be ready for the first day of the hare shoot ing season. After shooting all day, they returned towards home oil Friday night, : hd when they had walked till two o'clock on Saturday morning they reached within tour huidred yards of home. Ileing sleepy and fatigued Grelck stumbled, and his gun went off, the charge,. entering timhe leg below the knee. On his being brought into the hospital the loss of blood was found to have been so great as to make it unsafe to amputate the limb. Erysipelas has set in, and the case is considered hope less.--Age. A, Governmenmt Ga?etue Etraordiamc,1 was issued onMouday eveninig, announcing that Sir Bryan O'Loghlen; Bart., has been appointed and duly sworn in as a member of the Executive Council. Sir Bryan/ has been appointed without portfolio, and as he will...

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The Kerang Times AND SWAN HILL GAZETTE. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. KERANG, MARCH 8, 1878. THE RATEPAYERS' ROLLS. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 8 March 1878

*A"N D'S'AY HILL GAEI-TE. *PefLlBeo WEBEBT. I . ERANG, MARCH 8, 878. THE RA'TEPAYERS' ROLLS. .A LETTER which appeared in the , last issue ofthe KE.RAG TsIsEsheaded . " The Ratepayers' Rolls," and 'signed C. E. Albrecht, is deserving of more than a passing remark. All'who have given the subject of the'compilation of 'these documents any consideration whatever, will admit that there is ample room for great *improvement to be effected in this directibn, "and more especially in a district such as ours, which, although a most'important one, *is awfully deficient in postal communi '*cation. .Indeed, under the present cir 'cumstances, the-tompilation and pub lication 6f the :ratepayers' rrolls is 'nothing more or less than a mere farce "to hundreds of the ratepayers in the Swan Hill Shire, and even in those t *districts where the postal arrangements *are of a far more satisfactory character, the rolls, if not altogether useless, are r very near to it. This will appear ob- l Svious when the...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. LONDON Feb. 26. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 8 March 1878

RUJEUOPEiN TELEGRAMS. . (voc TIE ..uiUiS COiiRc SPeONDr.xT.) . e. LoxoON Feb. 20. . sr The treaty of Iceace between Russia and ig Turkey is still unsigned. The persistent a, demands for the surrender of the Turkish st fleet, and the occupation of Constantinople t, is the occasion of the delay. Strong pres [d sure has been pu; upon the Porte by the is Grand Duke Ni:holas, which has given Srise to the report of a Russian ultimatum. n Ministers, replying in Parliament to the Ir causes of the delay, declare that they are wr unable to give information, as Russia is if keeping the full ternis of peace secret. u A. telegram in the Stanrdard declares n (that eight additional batteries of artillery "y have arrived at San Stefans, and that mi General Gourko is- approaching with p- 30,000 men. ? The secrecy of the negotiations excites at suspicion and alarm throughout Europe. s, The severity of the terms demanded by Russia is everywhere condemned as being ill provocative of war, involving Engl...

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DAILY MAIL TO KERANG. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 8 March 1878

SDAILY MAIL TO KERAG.-From a w. telegram from our Melboarne corres- MN pondent last evening we learn that in tri' all probability Kerang will soon be of able to boast of a daily mail service. Cl A uenutationq .. , -'-- -. . . - .ta o:r, teihas and shouti-ng o ' IIsannah" in the wake of the conqueror wat4 uid corrupt military despotism. Ile adds. adal SHow Liberals c-- ,csteruay waited upon of the Postmaster-General in reference to in the subject, and was promised a tem of porary daily mail until tenders were ocalled for the next maii service, pro ns viding the expense would not be too re- great. We think therefore that the ills residents of this district need not fear ire as there is already a daily coach here, i and the expense of bringing the mail ndaily would be comparatively trifling er- SUDDEN DEATH.-A very sudden la- death occurred on Saturday last, on ies the road from Lake Meran to Kerang. of The deceased was named John Gib is son, and was between fifty and sixty Syears of a...

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

AGRICULTURAL. - Many plans hlae been tried to pretent sows from devouring their young. The mother's voracity is due to the pain the young inflict on her when first commonec ing to suckle, for they are littered with milk teeth, and the latter often not being sufficiently distant from one another, the teat is thus bitten. In Feance, the milk teeth at the extremity of the jaw are ex tracted, so the mother, not being wounded, does not become furious. Another plan is to rub the young with gin, as also the mo ther's suout. The odour will ward off her attacks. Or, pour into her ear, at the mo ment of littering, some drops of a mixture composed of two parts of tincture of opium, and fifteen of camphored alcholic. This will cause sleep, and when she awakens the young will have taken possession each of its teat, and the first "nips" will be forgotten. A Schleswig-Ilolstein agricultural paper publishes a case illustrating the transmissi bility of foot-and-mouth disease among cattle through the...

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

STOCK RLEP'OIT'. Sandhurst, 5th .March. essrs .1. C. Walker and Co. report Fat Cattle--l25 yarded ; one half of these con eisted of stores, and the rest medinuu to good quality. The supply was rather heavy for re quirements, and late rates were scarcely sustain ed. We quote good quality pens bullocks, £7 10s to £S; inedium to £7 ;good cows, £6 to £7; and have sold SS for Mr John Glenn, 3? for Mr T. J. D. Kelly, ;2 for Ir A. C. Wilson, "8S frome the neighbourhool at market rates. Fat Calves--Sli yarded. Satisfactory prices were obtained. We sold I0 front the neighbor hood at £2. Fat Sheep-1i,U0O yarded. lThe mIarkoet was brisk throughout, at prices aloast the ame as last week. \We quots best wethers, 10s to 12 Gd ; best ewes, Ss to Its ; and have sold 259 for A. C. Wilson, esq., and 275 for T. Robertson , sq, at quotations. Fat Lalnbs 764 yarded, which were in brisk denaud at late rttes. .est made Os to Ss, others to 4s. Mlessrs L. MaI:cpherson aid Co. report: Cattle-925 yarded. Of w...

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