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

'COMME1RCIAL. FLOUR AND GRAIN MARKET Sandhu et, March 6 The following are the prices which ruled'to "day:--Fl.mr £12 2/6 to L127/6 41 ton; wheat, :4/11 to 5e i bushel; oats 4/1 to 4/6 ? bushel; bran. I/I V~ bushel; pollard, 1/4- bushel SPECIAL, ADVERTISEMENTS. ,J I3 $ -A ,U 8',R.1A_'ir N •ECON OM lC B ANNI( ' (Linmitdd) -12 Coliins street West, MELBOURNE. I rIacorporatedu.,ulder the Companies' Statu.e, 18i4. ] apital £300;0'0, in 100,000 shares of £5 each. SAdvances "an PFreehold and appl oved Leaskhohl Securities At Current Rates. *PROSPEC [USES And all information may be obtained from hlR. R. C. BRISTOW, "VWho has' been appointed Agent at Kerang for the sale of Shares and receiving applichtions : for Loans in this district. HENRY CORNEI'L, Head Office, Manager. :7 'bourne, 7th December, 1877. n THE BANK OF VICTORPA. Incorporated by Act of Council. 't SBRANOII of this IANK is-now opened at Swan Hill, for the transaction efge r aerl banking buslness. .1 -ly orle. of the board, R. .S...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 8 March 1878

C'0 CICB ILDER?a. C: L. STOEMAIA-, C".iCItB ILULE g " WILL 3ISON ST.. . t - on halnd + uperior stock of I L-a c . cln r wa rr;.ated as i-cin_ of the t 1...h o thoru'?l? -easoned. and built ne-t I r h` 1`onal =i vintendcne . TilE TItr.'D . q-j - ,ON -t h t i h I S ei .Iveo uIai r at lia-l :i. : t" eltr. h et .ca n t ari. ý ýý1, ;,"e-;en -nrrvn perot il votes Swd ,elactor' antd farmer S l.tar tl to a.dl and exa ,,i. th:?- haun-o:ere i e hihe. Referm?r fromu any part of the dietrict. ,. ýTON E M1 N, L'iACIIBULLDER, WILLI.A31 50N S TREET,. Smudhuret. G. F. PICKLES & SONS, AMEI-ICAN STEML CARRIAGIE WORKS, 1W ILLI3ISo.N & BULL STREETS, N ]DIHLRS T, SWARDED Two Firet Prize Silver Cupa an ~lS Fit "dTanThree 3eomnd Prize. Grand National Eximl?ton. Iii: Firt Prize Siver Cu ' or ce., s Pr.ze and the Ititheat Certit cat of tAar: fo? En'ellnce of 3Materiale and Wr-,,an.heip Kenet.,. Exhiboition. ut. and ower..' Ftir anai Seond Prizes at the arioo. Sha throhout Vktoriat. beiraw hr...

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

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

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

TIIE NE\WSPAPER. t 1)r. Talmrgeo tooke for his subject at his prayer meeting the other evening, "The newospaper." Among other plainly spl?ken truths, he said: .'"The world will have to learn that a newspaper is an institution, and that it wants infinite brains and almhnost in finite capital to establish one. If you have agricultural, or scientific, or educationalor religious ideas to present to the public, you had better charge upon the world through columns already established. It is follyfor one who can't succeed in anything else to trynewspaperdom. Topublishanewespaper thie skill, decision, boldness, and vigilanee of a commanlder-in-chief is needed, and to edit a newspaper reuiures that one to be a statesman, essayist, geographer, statisticiau, and encylop:tdist. To govern and propel a newspaper until it shall be a fixed insti tution and a national facts demands more qualities than any bIusiness on earth."

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

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60,000 REASONS. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 8 March 1878

60,000 IREsUU LOS. In referenceto a recentdea.lh,the French ,Sport relates a curious anecdote, which re flects some credit upon Louis Phillipe. though, in truth, he could not very well have acted otherwise than he did. It was in the last years of the monarchy of July, when the Marquis de I'astoret, then princi pal agent for the. Comto de Chambord in France, was suddenly called away from Paris to Frolhsdorf. Before setting out on his journey, the Marquis confided a case containing some dociunents of the highest importance, to a lady of his acquaintance, from whom, on his return to France, he de manded it back. To his disgust, the lady I said she required at least 60,000 reasons to prove to her the necessity of returning the precious deposit. The M3arquis thought it best to comply with the lady's terms, and promised .that '(0,000 reasons sliould be forthcoming on the following morning, it not being customary for gentlemen to carry so many about with them. When he was gone, however, th...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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SOMETHING NEW ABOUT WOMAN'S RIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 15 March 1878

SOIETHIISNG NEW A.IIOUT \\O M3AN'S IlJGllTS. A lady correspondent writing to M1iss Anthollny's I 'lontu's l.i ls P'aper, pub lislhed in Almerica, makes a delightful sug gestion, of which the following is a slight ly expurgated tra:script:-" The great want of women at present is money --money for. their personal wants, and , money to carry ount their plans. I pro fpase they shall earn it- that they shall consider it as honourable to work for money as for bread. I insist thatt the bearing and rearing of children-the most exacting employmeut, involving the most s.rious risks-shall be the best paid work in the world. The meaning of all this is, the wives are about to strike for greenbacks. So much for every baby born : no green backs, no more population-no more boys to carry on the great enterprise of the age. flle scale of prices for niateral duties to be as follows: Girl-baby, LiU) dols. boy, 2UU dols twins, 300 dols.: twins, both boys, 100 dol. Terms, C.O.D. No credit beyond the firs...

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DAILY POST TO KERANG. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 15 March 1878

DAILY POST TO KERANG. The inhabitants of this rising township have'been endeavouring for some time past to-get a daily mail to this locality,and depu tationshave recently waited on Ministers for that purpose, but without effect, in so far as Kerang was concerned. IIowever,yester day Mr W. J. Davey, from Kerang, was introduced to the Postmaster-General by. Messrs I. Clark and IL IR. Williams, and laid the matter in such a clear way before the Minister that lie expressed his surprise that the place had not a daily mnail. The followingstate of affairs,existing at present, was laid before the Minister :-The lion. the P'ostmaster-Generalpromised Cr. Irwin a short time since that when tenders were called for the next mail service, the claims of Kerang for a daily mail would be con sidered. What is now required is :-1. A temporary daily mail service, until ten ders are, called for a permanent one. 2. Direct communication with the large dis tricts whereof Kerang is the centre. As showing tm...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 15 March 1878

A regulation of the Lands I Department (says the? 7 hsr,'lph) wh icll his been in nopera tion since the present Act was passed, re quires a margin of one and a-half chains bIetween all seleetiols:mlld any creek or per nmanent water supply. This, though very necessary where roads alre required, has proved in many cases a great injury to selectors, anl a great loss to the State. for Iluch poor. dry country has been rejected by settlers, because they could not get li water frontage. 3Mr llunt, .?.L,..\., pre seanted to 3Ir .oungmore a lulllerously signed petition from farmers and others, asking for a modification of the regulation. The request was favorably received, and will probably be complied with so far as to license to selectors the margin between their land and permanent water. This. however, will only be done where no interference will take place with piublic trallic. Amn American editor was lately robbled while travelling. Iow much thne tfief made )b the operation may be disco...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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A MANIAC'S LEAP AT GEELONG. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 15 March 1878

A 1ASIhAC'S LEAP AT UEELOSNU. A determined attempt to commit suicide was made by a young unmarried wroman, named Mary Ann Sircumnbe, on Wednes day week. It appears that about a quarter to eleven the woman met Constable White in 3loorabool street, and requested him to tell her where she could get respectable lodgings for the night. After consulta tion with other constables, who, by the woman's demeanour, never doubted her sanity, it was decided to recommend her to the Phcenix hotel as a good place to stop at for the night. The woman then went in there, and was taken upstairs over the dining-room. Shortly after she had been in the room a mnember of our litopne n ~,s- ;...-.- -.-- " '.. ntacCgvy _i...t y ?n"al .1u ,do coimstables, who were standing at the watchdl-house gate, were horrified to see a woman throw herself from the upstairs window of the hotel facing Corio street. Those who witnessed the affair at once ran to the woman's assistance. She was lying in the gutter, and mloaning...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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A MISSING LUNATIC. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 15 March 1878

A Miarssrso LuArTIC.-Eirly on Thursday morning [remarks the Age], a patient named Elizabeth Hilyard effected her escape from the _ew Lunatic Asylum. She was in an almost nude condition, having with her only a chemise and a small blanket. Later on the same morn ing she was seen in Barker's road, Hawthorn, by a M1r Everett who stopped her ind asked her whore=she was going. She said she wan procieding to h:r hsme, and he allowed her to go unmolested but informed the Hawthorn police, who traced her to Prospect Hill road, Boroondara, beyond which no clue to her could be discovered. As she is known to have suicidal tendencies, fears are entertained for her safety.' Sho is described by the asylum authorities as. nbdut forty years of age, alight :build, and light brown hair. She has a re sentlyinflicted cut upoh her forehead.

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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SKETCHING THE KING OF BEASTS IN HIS DEN. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 15 March 1878

SKETUCHING THE KING OF BEASTS IN IIIS DEN. It is said that M-Iartin, the celebrated lion tamer, whilestaying at Ghent, in 1825; noticed among the most constant atten dant at his managerie a young man who,by riason of the drawing materials lie brought with hihn and freely employed, stood con fessed an artist. Martin yearned towards hiin, and the two became" thick asthieves." One day the enthusiastic artist, while tak ing the portrait of a noble lion called Nero, Icomplained bitterly that the bars of the cage were in the way. " Don't let that be any obstacle," said the lion tamer, sympa thisingly; " if you will come with me into Neto's ' apartment,' and allow inc to intro duce you, I can answer for it that lie will show how flattered lie is by a visit from so excellent and artist, and will give you every facility for handiag down his features to posterity." The ar tist, strange to say, jumped at the offer; and Martin who was not the man to lose an opportunity of advertising himself, s...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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SELECT POETRY. BITTER MEMORIES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 15 March 1878

SELECT POETRY. BITTER IIEMO11ES. , days gone by, my love was sought 5i3y him who won my every thought, Only to castmy heart away, Like some frail plaything of a day. lIe told me I was wondrous fair, For me alone he e'er could care ; I smiled in happy conscious pride. They said my plighted troth I'd rue, For he would surely prove untrue ! I bade them cease, I'd ne'erbelieve That one I loved could so deceive And when he coldly shunned my side, I strove my brealing heart to hide, And fain his false words would forget, But oh, sad fate, I loved him yet. Long, weary years, 1 watched in vain, And prayed my love might come again, And now, alas! all hope has fled, For he is numbered with the dead; And though at twilight hour I weep, And still my lonely vigil keep, This dreary life must soon be o'er, Then tears will dim my eyes no more. E. '. 31cC.

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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THE PROPOSED COMPROMISE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 15 March 1878

TBHE PROPOSED COhIPlOMISE, The Hon C J Jenner, representing the Legislative Council, on Tuesday, hal an interview with the Chief Secretary relative to- the proposed compromise i between the two branches of the legisla ture. It is understood that the interview had no satisfactory result,"Mr Jenner not. being authorised to propose such termsas the Assembly can accept.-. A maority ol the members of the Council are willing to pledge themselves to pass the Payment of Members Bill provided the Government in the first instance send up to that chamber another Appropriation Bill not including this item. This, of course (says the Age), is a sacrifice of principle that cannot be agreed to. The recogr.ition of the principle that the Assembly have fall power to provide fcr such payment in the form considered most convenient, is what is demanded. As regards sending up another Appropriation Bill, the Govern. ment have no ofEc al intimation as to what has become ot the -one that has already been de...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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COMMERCIAL. FLOUR AND GRAIN MARKET Sandhurst, March 13 [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 15 March 1878

COMMERCIAL. I1LoU rASD GRAIN MARKET Sandhu~st,1:arc1i The followingn ae the prces`whih iruled to? '"day':-Flour, £12 to L12 5s{: tonep;'eat,4/9 to 4/11f bushel; oats 4/Ato'4/6B bushel; -bran, 1/1;', bushel; pollard, 1/4 1 bushel

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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Post Office Notice. The European Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 15 March 1878

Post Office Notice. The European Mails. The Mdila per Royal Mail Steamer SIAM for iWestern Australia, Po'nt de Galle, India, China :and the East, Aden, Mauritius,Re-union, Natal, Cape of Good Hope, Saez, the Mediteranean ports, 1United Kingdom, France and Ital,- or foreign countries via France and Italy will close at the Kerang Post Offce : - For R..gistered Letters ... 6 p )Ordina y Letters, via Southampton .7 p m For LUtters .via lirindi ... .7.p m h?te-Eightpence per half-ounce For Newspapers via rindisi ... 7 7.p m Rate-Threepence under 4 oza Every additional 4 ozs, 21 ON TE?3DsY, MIA.cn 19, 1878. lmney orders will be issued up to shut not after) 3 pm on Tuesday, 19th.inatant Letters for India must be :fully ,prepaid one shilling per half ounce It is requested that all letters .far transmis sion by this route shall be seouret'with gum or wafers The contracn Mail Steamer is appointed to leave Sydney for San Francisco, via Honolulu, on the 28the 28th March Mails will be made up at...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 15 March 1878

*SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. T H'P -A US TeiALri AN "ECONOMIC BANK -(Liamitdd) 48 Collins street West, .M!ELIOUISNE. s i?ncorporated under thn COmpanies' Statute, 1864"] ,apital £500,000, in 100.000 shares of £5 each. -Advanres on 4PrePA old and dprioved Leasehold S?curities !At Current Rates. PROSPEC IIUSES And all information may be obtained from MR. R. C. BRISTOW, ' Wholhas been appointed Agent at Kerang for -the sale of Shares and'receiving applications fObLoana in this district. HENRY COR ELUL, Head Office, Manager. - Mlbourne, 7th December, 1817. =:HE BANK OF VIOPORPA. AIncorporatcd by A:. df Council. 'A BRANCH of this BANK is now Opened A at Swan Hill, for the transaction af ge 'aerml banking' bsiness. By orde bf the board, R. SH' ,7N, So , Atig-General Manager. 'Bank of Victoria, -Hean Office, Melbourne 29th May, 1877. -THI NAIIONAL BANK OP AU:TRALASIA. qA B"INCH of this BANRK is row opened A? at Kerang, for the transaction of ordi. nary banking business, under the management So...

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A ROMANTIC STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 15 March 1878

A RCMANTIC STORY. A captain of an English ship which arrived at ?an Francisco lately related a romantic story to a reporter of the San Francisco Mail with regard to entries which appear in the official log of his voyage :-Bean shipped in Liverpool, and was a tall, good-looking young I fellow, active and zealous in the peformanee of his duties. Two days after the sailing of the vessel "a little bit of a fellow with short curly hair and a round face" was found by the mate stowed away under the forehatch. He gave the name of Coltcn and was claimed by Bean as an old " chum,' who wanted a pas sage to California, but having no money, had secreted himself on board ship. Colton was set to work to assist the steward, and was em ployed in odd jobs about the cabin. He also coloured some photographs in the captain's album in a manner which showed considerable artistic skill. He and Bean were observed to be constantly in each other's society, and from their intimacy it was supposed that Bean had...

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