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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 22 March 1878

IMPOUNDINGS. Eaec&--Impcunded at Echuca, 6th March, ,, by the Town Inspector; trespass 20s each : Flea-bitt n grey horse, switch tail, blind near eye, P C or P (G near shoulder; chesnut mare, long tail, stripe, fore fetlocks enlarged, M near shoulder, like 3t beneath - over dike 8 upon .1 1 off ghoulder. On 11th March, by Herds man of the Terrick Terrick Common West SRam, ear marked O L on back or loin, dama ,.ges £5; twelve (12) sheep, ewes, lambs, and wethers, various ear marks, brands $4 (cross), 'Y, J C C, B, and like O L. If not claimed .and aexenses paid. to be sold on 10th April, S1878. George Jamieson, poundkeeper. .RX woon-Impounded at Raywood, by Mr 'Cox; damages £3-Bay horse, bumble foot, WF near shoulder, and other brands off shoul der. If not claimed and expenses paid, to be sold on 3rd April, 1878. J. F. Willoughby, poundkeeper. SE cr.WoonD-Impounded at?Inglewood, by :Mr Wingfield-Bay mare, light bred. star, -white hairs about the face, black points, like -II a...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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STOCK REPORTS. Sandhurst, 19th March. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 22 March 1878

. STOCK REPORTS. Sandhurst, 19th March. . essrsPowers Rutierford and Co report: Fat Cattle--665 yarded, the majority of which were from fair to good quality, a number of outside buyers being represented, and the late eason rains caused an improvement on last week's rates. Store stock sold especially well. We quote beef at from 23s Gd to 27s Gd per 100 lbs ; and have sold 131 head from the north, bullocks to £9, cores to £7; and 181 for Messrs Boyh in, Welsh, Frawley, Mulligan, . Carter, Neilson, Powell, Fitzgibbon, Maher, and others, at full market rates. Fat Calves. -61 forivard, all being cleared out a: higher rates than have been ruling of late. Fat Sheep.- '3706 peuned, this being the smallest number yarded that has been known for any one week s market forsomne time past. Prices for all sorts ruled extremely high, showing a considerable improvement on late quotations. Our sales were drafts for AMessrs H. il'Lennan, J. D. Bywater, A. Lyons, and others, at the following quotations...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 22 March 1878

WANTED. W ANTED KNOWN. GEO. ADAMS is the only Authorised AGENT in KERANG and District for the Celebrated SINGER'S Sewing Machines. Shuntles, Needles, Cottons, Oils, and D:pli cates, always on hand. Repair-s done. Lesarns given. Time payments. -VAN TED KNOWN. GEO. ADAMS is the SOLE AGENT for NICHOL-ON and ASCHERBERG'S Grand, Pianos and Harmeoniums, Music, &c. EeTy Time Payments. Designs to select from. ]T ANTED KNOW N. FENCING WIRE and Tols, Galvanized and Corrurated Iron, and Ironmongtry, CHEAP, at ADIAMSS Furniture, Oil, and Paint STORE. Iron Beds always on hand. Straw, Pelliasses, and Piock Beds made to order. WANTED A MAN Who thoroughly understands C HA FCUTTIG MCH -NE' W es 25s it week and For:d. Apply J. JosE, Pour miles below the rnec?n. WAANTED KINOW N GREAT REDUGCION IF PRiCBEL Pianos, Organs, &c. THE CHEAPEST' HOUSE IN SAND. HURST FOR CASS. TERNS - OS TIrE PATMENT WEKELTY YIANSOS. 6.; S ORGANS. 4s.; SEWING MAC o IES, s. GD. NO SECURITY REQUIRsD. No MATrRa We...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 22 March 1878

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LOCAL—LAND BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 22 March 1878

LOCAL-LANsD BOARD. :A cal l? nd Board will be held insthe Court House on Friday. 29th March.' 187S, when the following applicationaswillbe dealt with: P .ang Boga 320s, Nof J Weeks W Kelly Bogi 30as, ene mile S of Pental W Ledwidge Bega 3`Ia, N ci J Davies J Davies Bog 319a, S of Murrabit P R J Johnston Bogs 319x, N and E of Murrabit J Ramrtead Benjeroop 319a, E of 102nd see reserve - J Unkres Benjeroop 2fS. S of R Ling Jane Fraser Brjeroop 320s, N of Colin Turner ... G Gorrie Biel BaeP3:0, S ofBaelBael Ps R T Roach Bael Bael 162a, of Barl Bael P R J Amuasen Bsel Bael.20a, B of G Hamling W Taylor Bael Biel 319a N ocf W Wright C Johna Bsel Bael 219, N of:W Taylor J Madden Bel Bsel 319S, Nof T Madden T Madden Bael Bael 120, E of ae Bael Bael Jas Leys Bad Bael 90s, B of Lake Bael Bael T Madden Budgerum West 320s, N of 3 13 Toohev . .. A Mladden Budgerum West 320,N of Barylis - W Kelly Budnrum W 320a, N of J Collins J Collins Buderum W 330s, N of A Madden 31 Madden Budgerum W 230a, N of...

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TERRITORIAL AGGRANDISEMENT OF RUSSIA. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 22 March 1878

TERRIIORIAL AGGR ANDISE MENT OF RUSSIA. The following particulars of the progre s of Russian tarritorial aggrandisement is taken from the work of Sir John McNeill, some time . Britsah Minister in Persia and forwarded by I "A Constant Reader" :--The number of in habitants in the Empire at the acrcesion of Peter I, in 1689 was 15,00 ,000; at the ac cession of Catherine II, in 1762, 25,000 000; at the death of Catherine, in 1796, 36,000,00 ; i at the death of Alexander, in 1325, 53,000,000. Her acquisitions from Sweden are greater than what remains of that kingdom; those from Poland are nearly equal to the Austrian Em-. pi e; those from Turkey in Europe of greater; extent than the Prussian dominions, indepen dent of what has been gained since the date of thiu report, and exclusive of the Rhenish pro vinces; those from Turkey in Asia are nearly equal in dimension to the smaller States of Germany; from Persia, are equal in extent to England; those from Tartary have an area not inferior t...

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DURHAM OX. TUESDAY, March 19. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 22 March 1878

DUBM,. OX. .----*--- S-00o?Ox COIRESPOtiDE? Ir -Ds T, March 19. 0' as n are the heart' of our yeo re 03.:.dCa by the abundant rain that ,aln s t? value ~annot be estimated. T:e 0rll o of the Loddon and Serpen' T?,e ovl dobtle"s subject those losted tie i, d*aiold to, discu mfort, and per o, lo ys bct this will be but an insig nh,_ e ti f to the great beneft the ;cst ? rlloe deerie. !::,r ith p.lenaure I read the reply of . par to my statement re doctors' fees, p. it "oe" some assurance that it is his as t t-e 'i o aiderably reduce the fees ?nto. preiou~us to his advent to the Crh"t p aere ws no misunderstanding witn retard to my) statement concerning the ?sj:nt usually demanded. It has s sated repeate dly in my hearing ,:stlse sum Inamed was the fee, hut I L;-so: mtse the statement on common ?it no rely, but a case some few months ee ror e to my knowledge fully proving it seleet: in the neighbourhood tele is paeA for and obtained the serrices of ..ical man from Keraag. When asked te...

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 22 March 1878

GOVERNAfENT GAZETTE. The following information is taken from last week's GazdIe:-... The Governor has appointed Messrs J. F. B. Ramsay and G. Ferguson to be members of the Board of Advice for the school district of Boort. A Local Land Board will sit at Kerang on Friday, 29th March. The following license has been de clared void:-E. J. Gusthart Terrick Terrick, 320oa2. The following application under sec: 19 has not been granted :-Isabella L. Cutts, Towanniny, 3r8a.3r. 22p., open for selection on 29th March, rS7S, at; 9 a.m. Applications for leases under section 2o approved :-Wm. Johnson, Terrick Terrick West, 273a. Sr. up.; Mark Daniel, Pannoobamawn, rooa rr. 3P.; Winm. Letcher. Terrick Terrick West, 32oa.; Jas. Strachan, Gumbower, 3x8a. 3r. 18p.; Lucy Cunningham, Mitiamo, 60oa.; S. Seward, Diggorra, 3zoa.; Wm Ham, Diggorra, eIa. 2r.; Hugh .fM'Gee, Terrick Terrick West, 2902. Ir. i8p.; Win. Reddie, Terrick Terrick West, 242a;J. Ritson, Mincha West, 3TSa. 2r. I6p.; Jas. M'Lachlan, Ter...

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CROWN LANDS SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 22 March 1878

CROWN LANDS SALE. A s tid Crown land was held on Fr;day lot, 15h March a: the Court house. Mr R.C. stc jard:ised as auctioneer. The follow is sre the prices realised: Lh o d Ii,-s. co-aunt of Gun?bower - Mr L-B. sker's slection: Upset *ic' L1 0l no acre. chare e for survey L1 ,,; ': 1, are 34. fr 3:p, allotment Ia., i' A. raluutiou L0 E. Baker, £1. ls 19! co: block cf Mr Alexander Ander : toet price L3s 33 o acre, chare f.r I -rvey Li; I:: 2, area 3193 3r .12p, allo:ment 10, sc-?o: B, rina?i ILA5-Alexander nier.e;=, F1i 3s e- ar oe. ?-ha of Trawo-- ls, county of Gunbower 196" ts?_o= bok of -. Willim= Boss: Up* as: p-?e L. 10. per scre, c.harg for survey LS S i: 3, retas 15i, allotment 2, section B, a ^s: 1 L330 is 6i-Wullian: RS;, £l 101 "7Z A-_i-- Eleven cleared over 1i30 thew , ew Zehad3or. The recent martch - .was alo a inancial success. aEE Irscou.su Rowena SMfsca-Re r--dg -z rcOn Iaercolonial Bowin Slatch, - fy=. ELo wi. e -:-Melbourne wins by o .t-~li: ! The amateur championsh...

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THE LATE RAINS. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 22 March 1878

THE LATE RAINS. The rain which was prognosticated in the. early part of last week :set in gently on Thursday, continiued in an increasing ratio throughout the night,' and settled on Friday- into one of the most persistent downpours we have had for some time past. And from our exchanges we find it has been general throughout. Victoria and New South Wales. The rain came just in time, as the warm weather we were experiencing was- beginning to tell on the- young grass. Although the rain here was very heavy,yet further down the country its effects were disastrous. About Melbourne the low lying lands were under water. At Emerald Hill 250 faiiilies were compelled to leave their homes. The most serious mishap was the bursting of the Yan Yean aqueduct. 1 he idea that first gained ground was that the embankment had been carried away, but fortunately such was not the rcase, or the effects would be more disastrous. The large reservoir itself is not affected, but simply the channel which conveye...

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THE FLOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 22 March 1878

THE FLOOD. The nearest approach to the flood of 1870 took place in Sandhurst and the district. On Friday evening the Ben- digo Creek commenced to rise rapidly, and at ten o'clock the Mall was lite- rally flooded. The Charing Cross cul- vert proved totally inadequate, to carry the rushing waters, and the consequence was that they were dammed back against the walls of Lloyd's City Family Hotel and the buildings recently erected by Messrs Macpherson and Co. The Cash Store was flooded,the damage being estimated at over £300, while in another branch of the es tablishment the damage was over .£150. Messrs Cornell and Co. also suffered by having several bales of goods damaged. Their loss, however. has not yet been esti mated. Hemming's Hotel in Charing Cross presented one mass of sludge on the ground floor, after the water had cleared away. It is roughly estimated that £10,000 will not cover the dam age done in Sand- hurst by the overflow of the Bendigo Creek. The extent of the floods in S...

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BREACH OF PROMISE CASE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 22 March 1878

BREAGCH OF PROMISE 015 Ono of the chief attractions to the salon of a barmaid, is the opportunities the situation affords, to young ladies oft personal beauty, or even medium pe tractions with good '"reake up" ands seasing and captiiatine manners, to fan advanthgeous matrimonial allHinc for pise or money. A squatter is the quh?ry t: aimed at by aspiring young Idies of ,' class butit seems the barmaids of Qtaementh will fly at even higher game. According ti recent telegram in the Melbourne Hernna issuing of .he writ against Mr Thorne. the: lpemier of Queensland, for breach of ?ree of marriage,. has santed considerable meat, and some little excitement in pa circles. It is stated that the bamr seeks to oblain damages from I'r Thorn4e, the writ kept back until he war sateg aboard the- steamer, on his honeymoon with" his bride,. and then had' itsmf Quieensland Ministers- are making" theman prominent in their mattimonial relations I Thorns has since made an affidavit that never made.plain...

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PARLIAMENTARY. Thursday, March 14. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 22 March 1878

1' A IR LII A MEEN T. lil Thursday, March 14. The Legislative Council sat for ana yesterday afternoon. Half-a-dozen . tions, with only a few signatures attac" approving' of the Council's conduct,g .: presented. Mr Jenner made an Y' tion respecting his efforts to effectacoma' mise, stating that' he had not rcd suilicentencouragemena to varranttou himself any further about the subject. c Charles Sladen's motion for the p tion of an address to the Queen, the question as to moneys being ar } "on, votes of -the- Assembly, was pou till Tuesday. In reply to Mr Bear, OCuthbert informed the House that Buosrd of Land and Works had en into. no. contract for the iu _of , land along the proposed direct for, connecting the Gippsland line hc. Oaldeigh to Melbourne. Some o ormal business-was -disposed of. Tuesday, 19th March. The proceedings in the Legislative . sembly yesterday were not of any public importance, says thel 2ge.. Patterson related the circinistances c nected writh the Yan Yuan catas...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. THE PEACE PROPOSALS. LONDON, March 21. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 29 March 1878

EUROPEAN TELEGRA3IS. TILL PEACE PROPOSALS, Loxnoo, March 21. - The Times has pnblishe.l1 a summ from the official text of the ireaf of It consists of 26( arli-cles, which agre i I substance with the rece it versions. Te war indemnity is fixed at 1,410 millin roubles (over £200,000,000), of which, 1,100 millions will be nrc :ed in the shae of territory, leaving. 303 milian rouble (about £50,00,0030) subjeet to arrange. ment. STHE. CRISIS OF VICTORIA. Q LOzDOE, March 2], Officialdesipatchea respecting the Coendti tutional conflict in Victoria, which have been publishsd, show that the Goreranis action throughout was supported by the 1 Colonial ofice. 'Tlee Times says that itis clear that Lord Carnarvon's Septemaer telegram, advising Sir George Boren to 1 follow the advice: of his Miaisters, ws dictated in ignorance of some ma'risl facts, and this telegram shaped the whole of the Governor's subsequent conduct. Sir Michael Ilicks-Beach continn:s the policy of his predecessor. The Tilmes ...

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AGRICULTURAL. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 29 March 1878

SAGRICULTURAL. The genial warmth alter the late heavy rains has in mostt districts done much good; grass is much improved and farmers are encouraged to pushl on rapidly with ploughinig, &c., so as. to get in the early crops. Vegetables in theo' gardens. and fruit also, have been benefited. More land will be sown this season with wheat than for many years past. The fall of rain appears to ,have been general tliroughout Victoria,.and also in Riverina. The Geelong Advertiscri says: Copious rains have fallen which have had' the effect of filling waterholes and througly soaking the: ground, thus rendering it. fit for ploughing. The rains, it is satisfactory to state, have been general in their chlarac ter, as telegrams from aliparts of the co lony intimate the gratifying intelligence that the droiught has broken up. The grass in this :district has sprung up' with vigor, anil sooithei grazing paddocks will present niore inviting featuires for cattle and sheep. A number of farmiers...

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EAST LONDON SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 29 March 1878

EAST LoDDON SHIRE COUCIL.-Thlie ordinary , mojt :ly meeting . of ,,this Councl, hih>fas adjourned from the previouawveik, was held on Friday last. A lull 'xwpoh'\,ill be found on our jopurth'page.

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ATTACK ON THE POLICE IN MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 29 March 1878

ATTACK ON TIIE POLICE IN MEL ItOUIINE. A countryman, named William Ilan cock, called at the Russell street barracks on Monday afternoon, and reported that le ha d been robbed of fifty sovereigns in a houose of ill-fame in Stephen street. Con stables CGrillin and Davies proceeded to the place, but did not find anyone there. .Tan cock pointed out a woman n:rned Emms IHanley, standing at tihe bar of thIe Melbourne Club Hotel, in Ste phen street, and tihe constables went inside to arrest her. A number of roughs, who were loitering about the place, pressed forward, and indicated their inten tion to resist her arrest. Constables hteddin and Tratt at that moment arrived on the scene, and Constable CGrillin, wrho had charge of the woman, pointed out tIhe ringleaders of the roughs, prominent among whom was a powerful young fellow na d Afed Alfr lDonald. Constable lied din attempted to arrest him, whe M'Donald pulled a "neddy" from his pocket, and streclk the coustable on the head with such f...

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The Kerang Times AND SWAN HILL GAZETTE. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. KERANG, MARCH 29, 1878. TREE PLANTING. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 29 March 1878

Ai Swnir HILL GAZET-rE. PUBDLISUED WEElELT. KERANG, MARCH 29, r878. TREE PLANTING. ONE of the greatest drawbacks and dilliculties in the way of forming honie steads on the plains is the absence of timber. Not only is this absence felt in the want of material for fencing, firewood, &c.; and many other pur poses to which it may be applied abbut a well-conducted farm, but also in the want of shade for man and beast There is not much comfort to be de rived in being located on a treeless plain, exposed in winter to the full force of the cold southerly gales, carry ing in its fury the driven rain, that will penetrate into every nook and cranny; nor being exposed to tle fierce sirocco of the summer, accom panied with clouds of blinding dust No shelter from the scorching sun but entirely at the mercy of his burning rays. Although the plains offer no immediate shelter at present, there is nothing to prevent them doing so in comparatively a short space of time Let every farmer, when h...

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CALIFORNIAN MAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 29 March 1878

CALIFORNIAN MAIL. From the Otaqo Daily Times we take the fol'owing additional news - by the Californtan mail: The crowd was so-large to view the re mains of the late Pontiff lying -in state at St. Peter's, that many women fainted. A company of soldiers had to enter the church to regulate the concourse. The body was arrayed in the Pontifical robes, and laid on a crimson bed, at each corner of which a member of the noble guard stood with drawn sword. The bed was surrounded with twelve large candelabra, so placed that the feet of the deceased were outside the altar rails, in order that the faithful might kiss them. The face was calo and unchanged by death. The Greek Garde-Mobile has been raised to 40,000 men. Garibaldi is reported to be very ill. All the regular Greek troops- who crossed the frontier into Thessaly returned soon. Dr. P'usey has written a worlk on the Confessional- that has attracted great at tention. In the House of Lords, on the -ltlh January, Lord Ileacouslield, in re...

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. Sandhurst, Thursday, 6.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 29 March 1878

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPHI [1ro003UR OWN CORRESPONDENT Sandhurst, Thursday, 6-30 p.m. The latest cablegrams threaten war. Russia. is still indisposed to make further concessions to England. The Czar is not withdrawing any of histroops The Grand Duke Nicholas is ex changing with the Sultan friendly visits. Very destructive fires have taken place in Philadelphia. The Elephant Castle Hotel; London, has been burned. The British training ship Eurydice was capsized in a squall near- the: Isle of Wight. Three hundred were drowned, and only two saved. She avas returning from -the WVest Indies. Ia the six days pedestrian match at Islington; O Leary won. He walked po miles. SThe Payment 'of Members Bill was read a second time in the Council yes terday, and will be considered in coms mittee to-day, the probable terminalion of the deadlock. The Masonic art union.drawing is to take place here.to-morrow. The weather has. clearedup after the latecontinued rains. 'The mining market...

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