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FATAL ACCIDENT AT MOONTA. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 15 March 1878

FATAL ACCIDEiNT ?? A MOONT'A. The Y. P. Advertiser of Tuesday, 5th instant, says :-A fatal accident happened at the No. I1 shaft Hamley mine yester day afternoon, at about three o'clock. A young man named William Arthur having left work, was coming to the sur face. When he reached the 40 fahoum level he by some means slipped and fell from thence to the '60, where he struck the solar and fell through the manhole to about three fathoms below the 70. His mate Whinnin, was just ahead of him when he fell, and at once went down after him,. The poor fellow breathed once or twice ifter..bis mate recched him, and 'then expired. "'e was at once brought to the surface, and Dr Aricher was called. He examined the body, and'iite-as at once conveyed to the residence oftih young man's father at East Moonta. From what can be learned, the young man must have been holding the ladder stave rather loosely with his hands, and his foot slip ping, he at once fell. . He was cut very much about the head, and...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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ECHUCA RACING CLUB MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 15 March 1878

ECHUCA -RACING CLUB MIETING. The following weights havebeen declared: Town Plate Handicap. One mile and aquarter. Coquette 9st lulb, Filibuster 8at 51b, Gratis:9it 41b, Cleolite 8st 121b, Burnewang 8st 71b, Wild Rose 8st 71b,Camel 8st lib, The Deacon Sst 51b. Cressus 8st 51b, Hannah 8st 51b, Peerless 8t 21b, Alarm 7st 121b, Albatross 7st 1016, b Windsor 7st 101b Terrick Terick 7st 71b, Comet.Tst T7b, Jack's the Lad 7st 71b, Trum peter 7st'1b, The Cloud 7st 1lb, I Want.It, gm :7st 21b, 'Peerers .7st 21b, Young Horror 7st, Chatsworth Pst Dictator 7st, C. G. by Mozart S7st, Young Marquis 7st, PFicebell 7st, Hailstone 7st, Smuggler 7st, Larrikin 7lt, Molly Darling 6st 121b Whalebone 6st 1zlb. Publican Cst l21b, B.MI. [a.] I Want It 6st 121b, Nick of the Woods 6st 121b, Saxon Gat 121b, Dundreary Gat 1016, Reptile sat 301b, Little King 6st 71b, Petrel 6st 71b, Yanko 6st 71b, Mozart Gas 71b, Clio 6st 21b, No Name Gst 21b, B.f. by Pearl, 2 yrs., Let 10lb. :Echuca Handicap. ,One mile and thr...

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CROWN LANDS SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 15 March 1878

CROWN LANDS SALE. A sale of Crown lands .was held on 'Friday last 8th March, at the Court house, and Mr Bristow acted as auctioneer. The attendance was not large, mor the bidding spirited. The :following were theprices realised.: Boort, parish of Boort, county of Gladstone Upset price £8 per acre, charge for survey £1 Lot 1, area lr 20 2-10p, allotment 3, section 2; W. Rumble. Lot 2, area 39 6-10p, allotment 3, section 32; W. Rumble. Lot 3, area lr 6p, allotment 12,.section-6; •ames zCalvert, Lot 4, area 1r 13 8.10p, allotmentl3,-section 6; James Calvert. Lot 5, area Ir Sp, allotment'8, section 4; no offer. Lot 6, area' r Sp. allotment 9, section 4; no offer. Parish of Gredgwen. county of Tatchera .19th section block of Mr E. Ralph : Upset price £1..s per acre, charge-for survey £16-Lot .7, area 320a, allotment 4; valuation £255; 2 E. :Ralph, £1.5s.per acre. iParish -of MAarmal, county of Gladstone 19th section block of Mfr John Proctor-Upset .price £1 10s:per acre, charge for surve...

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DURHAM OX. MONDAY, March 11. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 15 March 1878

DURHIAM OX. ( rROt OGiaoWi COaRErUONDENTj MloNDaY, March 11. The rricket'match between the DurhamnOx rand Mologa elevens came off on:Saturday, and resulted in an easy victory to the`Oxonians much to their surprise, be it -said. as not hbaing practised for the season, while their opponents having played several matches, made them very doubtful as:to their making a respectable show ; but it is evident from the play shown on Saturday that the 13ologa men were not equal to them in any position in the game. The weather was delightful; there was nothing to'mar the enjoyment of the day; the only failt to be found (a grievous one) was the want of punctuality in some of the players. .The bowling of J. Richards and Morrison for the Oxonians, and that of Armstrong (under -hand grubbers) and Tulk for ilologa, is n:ote worthy. Ault gave some hard hitting in -his first innings, and kept the wickets very credit ably; Morrison and the captain gave a really good diEplay of skill in handling the will...

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SCHOOL DISTRICT OF KERANG. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 15 March 1878

CB0OL DJISTRICT OF KERANG. -4---- A meeting of the above School Boar?ltook Ac tthe State School, Kerang, on 'Tues place h he instant, Mlessrs'Taverner, Water :trom,. t Albecht being present.- The"cor " indent reported that theyear of-office of. the c"airman and hlimsel had expired, and xpresed the opinion that thet -of the -chair an in pas ticular should devolve on the mem hers in rotation. It Abrmoved hy -"rTavcr Sner seconded by Mr tlbreeht-- That Ir litintoe e elected chairman dor the current ?ar" .carried It waemoved by Mr Taverner, coned by [r Wartettrom-" That sir Al brebht be heleted correspondent for:the cur. -rent ar;"ecarried. The minnteso'ef the east meeting c re read and'confirmed. At there "guet of Mr A Ibrecht, a resolution was passed, Ch' ing the?day of meeting tothe last MIon .day in the 'month instead of the irUst, the Shire Councilmeetings falling ,on that day. The uunsaid correspondence was read, and com Spised the following notifications:-That a State School had ...

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AGRICULTURAL. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 15 March 1878

S "AGRIOULTURAL. Ourreceipts of. wheat. and flout metropolis for the past week ex te, the for the cdrrespondlig week- of thel , 'year by 17,5S7 lags, but this is let~ion to a large o?tent by the increased alae1 trade at present being done with Sdne. Qnueensland and the United King tel total for the past Week amolntineIgd 1i,1; bags of wheat Wnd flour. Of s is e i al to 1 220,000 bags of "wheat and flour reol in Mellburnesince the beginning of the rear there has ilready been disposed oIf eal port alone over 4,(i,00 bags. II )ul Australia, which .has been the last of Ill colonies to receive the benelits of tile rai I we observe that a decided breakus1 of tl droight Ihs taken place, and the farmlr, are now enabled to get on with their tilbg for Wnest season. At .Mount (Gambier te potato crop is reported as turning out fair i as to yield, while the price rules from to £1. per ton. .T is e3timiated that 3I[i Gambier will yield about sutlicient to up. ply thie Adelaide' market. The invent...

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AN OMISSION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERANG TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 15 March 1878

AN O3MISSION. To TuEEDrTon OF TWE XERAnO'THEs. SIa,-I crave asehort.epaceof your columns to expose an insult that hes'been offered to one of our oldest and most respected townsmen. I allude to the .omission of Mr Ellis's namein the .programme of the ,coming Church of Englana concert. 'This;flagrant omission-of the name of one of our most talented and obliging amateurs calls foran explanation. When the Church .of England here 'was in ,its infancy, Mr Ellis did good service for it, and is ,quite ready to do the same again. It is therefore unfair to the public, and to himself, that such an omission, prompted I presume, by some petty feeling of animosity, shouldsbe allowed to occur,-Yours, &c~, Boono nL?L.?evz.

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CORRESPONDENCE. DOCTORS' FEES. TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERANG TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 15 March 1878

CORRESPONDENCE. DOCTORS' IEES. 'T TeE XnDFon Op TBu KEbzeO Trues. Sir,-+Observing some remarks by your Durham Ox correspondent to the effect that persons there are ,precluded from sending for medical assistance owing to the excessive fees required by medical men, viz, from twenty to thirty !pounds, ,beg to inform him that he is labouring 'under a misunderstanding, as medical services .can e obtained for a con siderably less sum should they 'be required. am, &c., .J. L. PAns. Kerang, "tarch 12.

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ARRIVAL OF THE CHIMBORAZO. ADELAIDE, Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 15 March 1878

ARRIVAL OF THE CHIT1BORAZO. A- ADEL .u., Saturday' . The Chiiborazo, s.s., anchored shortly after one o'clock this. Iorning. The cap tain reckons that the voyage has been done in thirty-nine 'dys, including coaling at St. Vincent, deliys on passage, and equa tion of time. SU3MIARY OF NEWS. Los nos. . au. 23. The Ministeri d explaniations of the only ambiguous sentences in the Rsoyal message have given the utmost relief and satisfac tion in all quarters. Popular agitation has been suspended, and intended public meet tings have been indelinitely postponed un til the result of the armistice negotiations is fully known. The emphathlic declarations of Lord Derby to the Turkish Government that no British assistance must be expected as revealed in thledespatches just published, have effectually calmed the public miitd. Assured at length of the sincere adoption by the Cabinet of the policy of strict con ditional neutrality,the House of Commnons, as a body, is prepared cordially to support t...

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The Kerang Times AND SWAN HILL GAZETTE. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. KERANG, MARCH 15, 1878. THE POLITICAL SITUATION. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 15 March 1878

Ax6iDSWANi HILL' CAZSTTE. '?C-5:` lPCBLSIIED rEcKLT. 1'IERANG,'MARCH "S5, 1878. . 'I HE 'POLITPICA'L SITUATION. HAiviGo read the "-signs df'the times," we feel comn inced that the political battle between the two Houses of the Victorian Legislature is drawing near its end, and that the pnlm of victory will soon be borne from 'the political battle-field by Mr Berry and ,his -sup porters, there is therefore some likeli hood of legislation in 'Victoria once more progressing. .The action'of the Opposition on Thunrsday evening, the 7th inst., has scarcely a'+precedent in 'the history of politics, an'd it'becomes -a matter of speculation whether those members of ;the'Opposition who on r 'that evening desetted 'their ranks, and 9 enlisted 'under -the banner of the •Ministerialists, were looking after the indomitable" umniber One;'"or'voted - 'nith. the mijority on the sole ground 'of conviction that-the:present. Govern f ment were acting constitutionilly, 'nd for the. good of -the country....

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STOCK REPORT. Sandhurst, 12th March. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 15 March 1878

STOCK REPORT. Sandhurst, 12th March. Messrs Ettershank, Eaglestone, and Co. re port :-Fat Cattle.--100 were yarded, and about 400 stores. Good qu;lity was scarce, and well competed for at an advance of los to 1i5s per head on last week's rates. Stores did not cell as well. We have sold for Messrs TILimil ton. Wilkinson, Threwell, Hawkins, Hewitt, Neilson. and MI'Kinnon, 246 bullocks to £S 12s, G cows to .£6. Fat Calves.-80 in. Good quality sold readily at high prices; inferior were quitted as stores. We sold 14 for differ ent owners from 37ato £3 10s. Fat Sheep. 8.525 were penned. More than half of this number were stores and half fat. There was a good attendance of buyers, and sales passed off briskly at fully late rates, farmers and graziers buying largely. lest wethers brought fromn 13s 6d to 16, others fromt 7s lid to 10s, ewes from 10s to 15s id, second quality front To7s d to Ss (id. We have cold for Messrs Chappell, Malone, Chrichton, and others, 19017 wethers and ewes, at to...

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INTERRUPTION. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 15 March 1878

I?;sasIUPTION.-Owing to an inter ruption on the Sandhurst line of tele graph, our usual telegraphic messages did not come to hand last night. COACHING TO KERANG.-For a con siderable -time past the fares from Inglewood to Kerang and vice versa have been remarkably cheap, owing to a competition between two coaching companies, namely, Cobb & Co., and Hamilton & {MMahon. The latter, however, have now ceased running, being unable to hold out any longer against Cobb & Co, who now once more enjay the-monopoly. I Cs OFr INSAE?LTy.-On Wednesday morning last Dr. Park was sent for to go to the Pyramid Creek, to see a woman named Wylie, living there, who was supposed by the neighbours to be seriously ill. On arriving at the house, the doctor found the unfortunate woman was labouring under mental derangement. He 'therefore signed a certificate .for her removal to a lunatic asylum. Yesterday Constable Bush went out to take her in charge, and to day she will be taken on fb ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 15 March 1878

.WANTED. W ANTED KNOWI• 'GEO. ADAMS is the only Authorised AGENT in KERANG :and District- for the Celebrated 'SINGER'S Sewing Machines. Shuttles, Needles, 'Cottons, 'Oils, and Dupli- r cates, alwayson beand. Repairs done. Lessons given. Time payments. WA NTED KNOWN. GEO. ADAMS ios the SOLE AGENT. for NICHOLSON and ASCHEEBBERG'S Grand Pianos and Harmoniume, Music, &c. Easy Time Payments. Designs to .selectfrom. WJANT.ND KNOWN. FENCING WRE andTodls, Galvanized and Corrugated Iron, and ironmongery,,CHEAP, at ADAMS'S Furniture, Oil, and Paint STORE. Iron Beds always on hand. Straw, Palliasses, and Flock -eds made.to order. WANTED A MAN Who thoroughly understands rHT F FCOUTII NG .- nMACHINE Wages 25s I week and Found. " P Apply J. JONES, Four-miles below the Junction. W ANT ED Ti-NOWN GREAT REDUC'ION IN PRICE3, Pianos, Organs, &c. THE CHEAPEST HOUSE IN SAND HURST FOI OAS:. TERMS--ON TIME PAYMENT WEEKLY PIANOS. Gs.; ORGANS. 4s.; SEWING MAC ?IdNES, 2s. Gn. NO SECURITY REQU...

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THE RESIDENCE CLAUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 15 March 1878

THe REIDENCe CTAUBn--The 'fllowing letter, signed, "A would-be non resident selector," published in the Age on Monday la't, may not be uninteresting to many of .our readers :-Sir;-I cordially agree with the remarks of your correspondent, "New- lnd Act," whose letter appeared in your issue of the 4th inst., respecting the residence clause of the Land Act; and, moreover, I think that there is a strong feeling prevalent amongst a large section of the Liberal party in the colony in favour of its revision. I am satisfied, from inquiries made, that there are many who, while engaged in occupations that prevent compliance with the clause, and are too ad vantageous to relinquish, yet would gladly invest their annual savings in the purcha.e and improvement of a country place, were the opportunity afforded. These would form a real yeoman class of genuine selectors, who would constantly send out the money earned in the towns:to 'be spent :in the country, and, not being tied'tomake their living ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 15 March 1878

'L. STO0 ? -[A - 1,1 . ILD:I?, ,WILLL-_MSON ST., T . . . hand a auptrior stock of - : oi 'c a ndt \ehic ? of wa ri,?l' d :- " p -" - alihr. thr-a a- a, ar. dned ad built - heL h w? uinte. v".,ne . uaUfl L " -"- ._ "r E T I: \D E: \\ 'AG ;iltl lt " 'f til r t a ,. 1TON E a.i AN, - OLLL31 0s -TIEET, ,tpndhurtot. ft. F. :IJEES & SONS, I \AEi:IC'-\N "TEAM.1 1RE1 LGI; WVORKS, W1ILLItI O" S BULL STREETS. SNDl UR .R ST, W RDED Two Fir-t Prize Silver Cups FPie and Thr Secoind Prizes Gr nilnd tia Exhibition. 1i: Fir-t Prinze SUilver 1,,h fn ial Prize. and the Hfihe t tertifi Srit. for Excellence of M~IteriaLn and ;,,rni;arhi a Lnaeto h Exhibition, 1STi ; andl . pILFi..'and aco-d prize at therarioua h- -mhaut Victoria, bein_ he far the a.nt a-er attained by any Firm in tho I?,n ard-.aoupled twith our exten?tive sales, het,.t inde a: to the merits of our 1ehicles Ilu3lnulfactnr itin' the LareSt and 3Mot ,p,,-te in the Colour. enable=s i to complete I ilrder- entrutel- to i ith't rapidl...

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GRAND WEDDING AT SYDNEY. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 15 March 1878

GRAND WEDDIN3 AT SYDNEY. The grandest wedding ceremony ever known in Sydney was performed on Tuesday at the great Jewish Synagogue, being the marriage of the daughter of Mr Montague Levy, a retired merchant, to Mr Victor Cohen, -of this ,city. There were fully 2000 persons in the synagogue, including a great many of the leading Jews and Christians. The Jews were admittediby the grand-entrance, and the Christians by other .doors. The ,bridal party .Rere-conveyed to the synagogue in twelve caariagee. The rparty first went to the screened Iportion -of the gallery, where the requirements of the -civil law were formally .complied with. The appearance of the bridal party created a great sensation throughout the assem blage, the tout ensemble' being grand and picturesque. The bride wore an elegant and costly costume. The brides -maids, numbering eighteen, -consisted of -Jewesses, none being above -six years old. These took up a position before the ark, -and the bride and -bridegroom stood....

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 15 March 1878

TlnPOUNDINGS.. Bca i --Impounded at Echuca, 20th Feb ruary, 1878, -by H P Goldie; trespass Id each: Brindle.poleyheifer, like ace of diamonds near ,rump; red steer, swallow tail near ear, JB c-onjoined near rump; red steer, white face and belly, swallow tail near ear, JB conjoined near .rump; black and white steer, T off rump; red steer, star, no visible brand On 21st Feb ruary, by A Elliott; trespass .10s--Red cow, white belly,lspeckled face, brush off tail, piece out near ear, square over 0C85 near ribs On 25th February by.H P Goldie; trespass ld Bay mare, switch tail, small star, S near shoulder, L'° conjoined partly over C off shoulder. If not claimed and expenses paid, to be sold on 27th March, 1878. George Jamieson, poundkeeper RA-woo--Impounded at Raywood, by the Herdsman: One bay horse, star and snip, rope -on neck, C before a near shoulder. If not claimed and expenses paid, to be sold on 17th March,1878. J F Willoughby, poundkeeper E?cnucA--Impounded at Echuea, 28th Feb Sra...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. LONDON, March 6th. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 15 March 1878

EUROPEAN' TELEGiR.IAMS. (itnotoatrL.tI:-.RrUS COnRi-S.PONDExT.). Losx'us, March 6th.: Tile Sultall of Turkey. and the Emperor of. Russia have exchanged compliments on the conclusion of peace. The Russians are removing all obstacles to the free navigation of the Danube. A. fearful eolliery accident has- occurred. at Blantyre, in Lanarkshire. Sir. Thos. Chanbers, Q.C., the Colunion Serjeant, has been appointed Iecorder of the City of London, in succession to the lilght ion. IRussell Gurney: 1 hlle Arabs Iave revolted at Alelpo iin Syria. The IIouse of Lords liits -pased the second reading of the Diseases in Animals Bill. L,oxso., March u., General rgnatieff takes the treaty" of peace to St. Petersbuirg for ratification. In the me:antime, thlough its publication is deferred; the leading articles are known. The conditions menacing Uritish- in terests have been withdrawn. Bulgaria is to be made auitonoilious under a prince chosen by an assembly of notables, and not being a mienlier of an...

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PARLIAMENTARY. THURSDAY, 7th MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 15 March 1878

PA 11LIA 31E: NT 1.]y` TrncnsoDAY, 7th MLnct " 'lThe debate on the 45th clause of the Constitution _Act was coitiiiued Thur?sdar reek, -anid, generally spealing, was a very lachrymose affair (says the Alrge.) The I ouse was thin and- wearied of the subject, and only one or two of the leaden took part in the discussion. Promilelt among them was Mr Murray Smnith, who u made the announcement that high opitios was being taken as to the legality of the liroposed payments. Messrs Dwyer, Lyell, 3iramo. Cooper, Gaunson, Mackay, D)ow, . and Laurens also spoke, anl for the most part did not touch thle subject, matter before the Ilouse. Certainly tnot much was said that had not been urged the previous evening, and no new light was thrown on the subject. The House divided shortly before twelve o'lock -Ayes 48, Noes 12. The pairs were heavy, Snainely, eight members oil each side, mak Sing the numbers o(i to'20. Mr. M3Intyre endeavoored to obtain an adjournment of the debate, on the ground that b...

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DEATH OF MISS M. I. AV[?] [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 15 March 1878

DEATH OF MISS M. I. AVARD We sincerely regret having to the decease of Miss Minnie Isabel Avard, third daughter of Mr Richard Avard, Wellington street, Kerang. The event took place about three o'clock last Monday afternoon, and when [it] came generally known, it had the affect of casting a gloom over the whole town and neighbourhood. Although the deceased had been ailing for a considerable [time] past no one for a moment imagined [that she] was so soon to be taken from our [midst?]. Miss Minnie was born in Sandhurst [on] the 7th March 1863, and from age up to about eighteen months tended Mr John Rse's school at [Iron-?] bark, where, by her naturally     oep:ion, and aptitule for and y her studies, she bet sellm take her place in society, and [previous to?] her death held the position of teacher [at] the Kerang State School. Although a long time past the young lady had anything but of a strong constitution her continnounly cheerful disposition layed in a gre...

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