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COMMERCIAL. [?]ANG PRODUCE MARKET. TIMES Office, April 11th. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 19 April 1878

. OMMERCIAL. SG PRODUCE MARKET. T- T fXEs ?fice, April 11th. Thel' following are the' prices for Ireduce at ilate :-P-loir, £12 to £12 10s; bran, i9 4d to Is 1f; l;ollard, is 4d to is Gd; wheat, 4s G1; 'chafl, £8; hay, £?; oats, os Gd.

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 19 April 1878

STONE3A N '~:. wlLLIIMSON ST., 's i -,i-RST, _ " inrml a auperior stock of - ii of various dt-· rip y1 a ing of the oe-n1. a:nd built Gi d farmer.. " 1 sand exC-,O ,' .depr tion th f tIe .. 'TONE 31AN [CnA CILDERI, L111ISON STRIEET, iLES &SONS, I lU)IEICAN STEAM RIAGE WORKS, A il ?.'Ig & BULL STREETS, NDHIURS T, - ,?D "-, Fi--: P'rize Silver Cups - r.--? i . i F. r- . , and Prizes. Grmnd -' - 'n. l7i;: First Prize Silver ,-, . : .1:he HIighe t Certifi - Exc ...e nca . of M a werials and S I . ? r t::on Exhijition, 187;;: and , I-.: - e:'l Prizes at the various . ie toria. .<inn 1t, far the S.".,-r. : , i.uel h ? an? Firit in the 1:11 whih our extensive sales, t. : le oerits of our Tehicles r"ine. tf LarIost and Most . - t:o enables us to complete -. d t u ith rapidity and .: rc,. . hich defy Competition. ^., ERIS _AND SETTLERS. ti,1 to our epeciali:y, -·ie C--.R:rated Ei iEi.E- TRADE WAGGON. .:::j t Trwo on Thrr SE.Ts, : L.: :nl ( o:nuolioustand for Eaue, ...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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KERANG STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 19 April 1878

ILE?RALG STOCK SAilE.- - Messrs Power, Rutherford & Co. report that at their salo here at Grant's Yard on the 12th inst., they had lare entries of both cattle and esheep, and a numerous attendance of buyers, business was tolerably brisk, especially for best description of stock, nearly all forwarded find. ing buyers. Store bullocks to L 13s ; cows, L5 ; fat cattle to L9 15s ; Sheep from Gs to l 0s; horses, draught, to L35. Our sales were for 'different owners, 415 cattle, 100 ) sheep and horses at above quotations. We shall hold our next sale at Grants' Yards, on Friday the 10th May, 1.78.

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CORRESPONDENCE. THE LATE CONCERT. TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERANG TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 19 April 1878

CORRESPONDENCE. TIHE LAT, CONCERT. To TnE Entron or TOE IýEnrA.t T?MES Stn,-Without wishing to be ill-naturod, or speak disparagingly of any efforts m.tde in a good cause, I would beg to paint out how badly managed were the arrangements for seating visitors at the late concert held for the benefit of the Church of England. Visitors arriving in good time, armed with front seat tickets, had to sit just where they could and no one seemed to have any special cinrge as to seeing whether they got a seat at all.. It is generally considered necessary to have same barrier showing where the front and bck seats are divided, but in this case there was nothing of the kind; and, moreover, the seats were not by any means plentiful, although the committee must have known within a very few how many visitors might be expected. There was also that respect wanting amonga? the visitors thecmselves, which gives Ihdies the preference, and that ready courtesy which assists them at all times and places. Tho...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. LONDON, April 10. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 19 April 1878

,EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. : p] . LoNDoxN, April 10. The reply o :Priuce' Gortschakoff to Lord Salisbury's circular despatch is con- Sc sidered unaggressive. Tie objections con- tl tamed therein as to the treaty between Bus- p, sia and Turkey in its entirety not having ti been submitted as yet, are, however, left m unanswered. Nevertheless, hopes of a pa- of cific solution continue. . ' G In replying to a memorial presented by at a deputation of colonists regarding the re- se sent crisis in Victoria, Sir Michael Hicks- bI Beach, the Colonial Secretary, read a tele- a gram from Sir George Bowen, stating that I] the crisis had ended, that trade had revived, . and that political animosities were subsid- - ing. Sir M. Hicks-Beach remarled that 1 even if the Governor had made mistakes, it was perhaps not wise to discuss his conduct tl now that the crisis was over. Ho promised a, to go carefully into the question of paying , on the votes of the Assembly merely, and said that he would give the G...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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THE HAWKINSTON POST OFFICE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERANG TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 19 April 1878

THE IIAWKIlfSTON POST OFFICE. To THE EDITOR Or THE KenRAIO IIME?. Sir,-I observe by your report of the loas meeting of our Shire Council that Councillor ITeily took a very active part in trying to get our poet-oEce removed to the Hawkinston Hotel. We are unab e to u iderstand the rea. son why, unless it be through a friendly ar. Tangeuent between himsel and -the present public n. Any person acqluainted with the case would. say that Mr Andrews' was thc proper place for the post office, and as that gentlemni has met the coach with and for the mails, and kept the post office for the last .sir or eight months at his own expense.I consider it would be a gross injustice both to him and the people in the nc'g lbourhood to deprive them of their already. obtained rights Now we'hold that Councillors have • no businesse to interfere in this matter, and Councillor -Kelly has displayed palpable ignorance, in stating that the coach could have to gq.a milu, and a half out of its way to de:iver a b...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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EUSTON. MONDAY, April 15. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 19 April 1878

EUSTON. (FROM OUR OWN CORROSPONDANT) Monday, April 15. The Murray has been falling fast these past few days. The Hero steamer passed down stream to Wentworth en rolte for the Darling. She is a fine boat, and has a large barge with her for cargo. The Pride of the Murray passed down on Monday last. She trades principally on the Murray. The weather has been cloudy of late, and appears to begathering for.another burst of rain. The grass generally speaking is coming on well. We are threatened here with a plague in the shape of a small catterpillar. The g ound is - literally, covered and in their onward march de stroy all vegetation before them. The grass and herbage that was vigorous is being devoured quite down to the ground. These grubs or caterpillars are very nimble; they.move about very fast;no fence nor trench will stop them I have tried to prevent them getting in the garden, but without success. They are about one half to an inch- long,.and. about the thickness of a .. knitting ne...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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IMPOUNDINGS [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 19 April 1878

IMPOUNDINGS Ecnuca-Impcunded at Echuca, 1st April, 1878, by Thos. Balwin.-Trespass 5s. ttraw berry bull, 18 months old, no visible brand. If not claimed and expenses paid. to be sold on 1st 3May, 1678. George Jamieson, pound keeper. In the cons'rcetion of the railway briidge over the Tay, spatuing the river where it is nearly two miles wide. somo novel appliances and expedients havw been employed. T'he sand-pumps draw the snud through the centre of the caissons with great rapidity and ease, the caissons inkinog by their own weight as the sand was removed. By the process the sand which was tiken out of the river inside the pier was returned to the river outside the pier. Eularged smd pumps were applied suc cessfilly in sinki.-g the largoe 31 feet caieon which form the f..undati.lms for the pier of the large spans The general dimension of the land-pumps are :-D-iameter of cylinder 7 in.; stroke,- 2 inches ; diameter of air cylinder, 12 incheeo; stroke 12 inches; saenm, 50lbs. Each tan...

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THE LATE MR HAYDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 26 April 1878

T1IE LATE .MR HAYDEN. The late Mr Henry Hayden,' who died rather suddenly at his residence, in Mel- I bourne on Sunday night, from heart disease, rwas, we learn from the M. A. Mail, at one time a schoolmaster at Harcourt, and also t the electoral registrar there. Some mem bers of his family are still resident at Har court, but he left that part some years ago, and taught a school under the Education board iu another part of the colony. About 1 a year ago he discontinued teaching, and had 1 a pension from the Education department. Mr Iayden was an old colonist, he having arrived in the year 1844, and was for some time engaged in connection with the Scotch 3 college. Afterwards, he joined the staff of the Age, in Melbourne, and was one of its I most active members. It was after aban doning the Press through ill health that he resumedteaching. bhut he always retained a strong interest in politics. Dauring the Dar ling Grant, when resident at IIarcourt, he was frequently called upon by ...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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The Kerang Times AND SWAN HILL GAZETTE. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. KERANG, APRIL 26, 1878. DEFERRED PAYMENTS FOR SELECTORS. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 26 April 1878

AND SWa,'s HrLL GAZErrE. SPe5LIiEEDf WEEEKLT. 1KERANG, APRIL 26, 1878. DEFERRED PAYMENTS FOR SELECTORS. In glancing over the pages of the Gazette a list of the names of selectors in arrears for rent meets the'eye, a list in itself rather formidable when you find that there are about iooo names contained in it, and some of the rents are in arrear since August last. The bulk of the arrears apparently extend from six to nine months. The natural inference from this state of affairs, and the conclusion to be arrived at, is that the selectors must be very unwilling to pay, or else that they have not got the money. We are inclined to think that the latter case want of junals is the cause of the backwardness of payment on the part of the present licensees. No exception can be taken to any class of people,because they are poor,and are struggling against adverse seasons and hard times. Iflegisiation is the only thing that is required to amend their state, and give them a fair fieid for their ...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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MECHANICS' INSTITUTE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 26 April 1878

MECHANICS' INSTITUtE. MEETING. To-night the adjourned meeting of the Mechanics' Institute is to be held. to receive the suggestions of the pro. visional committee, and to take the necessary steps to enrol members, and launch the Institute fairly under the auspices, and with the assistance of the Kerang community. A place of the importance which this town pro mises to be has been already too long without an institute, free library, read ing room, or some other place of resort, where the older members might enjoy the benefit of an interchange of thouglit for the mutual improvement of all, and the younger members might improve their minds by making the most use of their leisure hours in intellectual and rational amusement, alike preparing themselves to better fight the blttle of life, and resist the temptations which will surround them through life s journey, and which they are already at an early stage shunning by frequent ing, for the sake of improvement, these halls of leisure, conb...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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SELECT POETRY. BOYS MAKE MEN. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 26 April 1878

SELECT POETRY. BOYS MALKE MEN. " nWle you see a ragged urchin Standing wistful in the street, With torn hat and kneeless trousers, Dirty face and bare, red feet, Pass not by the child unheeding, Smile upon him. Mark me, when lie's grown old he'll not forget it; For remember, boys make men. Have you never scan a grandsire, W?Vith his eyes aglow with joy, Bring to mind some act of kinrdness Something said to him, a boy ? Or relate some slight or coldness, With a brow all clouded, when He recalled some heart too thoughtless To remember boys make men. :Let us try to add some pleasure To the life of every boy, For.each child needs tender interest In its sorrow and its joy. Call your boys home by its brightness They avoid the household when It is cheerless with unkindness, For remember, boys make meu. Youth's CoEpaidioun.

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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MAN'S INHUMANITY TO MAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 26 April 1878

MAL's' IsNHUMAsT- ro-- MAiX.-The E fear ot infection,-and the terror that the presence of typhoid fever and scar let fever has caused among ,us was painfully exemplified on Wednresdasy A:Xman came in :: listnc of -:u. : miles.fronm the vicinity of the Durhanl Ox to see the doctor, and when it was known that he'ivas in a state of lever, indications of scarlet fever being evi dent, no one was found who :would give him shelter. The doctor went round to the hotels to see if any ac commodation could be got. The' man was villing to pay for lodging, but for along time he could'not even get the shelter of a stable or outhouse,., no one would take the risk .of harboring him. It was'suggested that'he be sent to the lockup, but to get admittance even to that asylum,a man requires a certilicate such as that.of not being a total ab stainer &c. -Finaly he was allowed to be lodged in the building used as a Ca tholic Chapel. On Thursday morning he is supposed to have started early. and been...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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SPECIAL CASES [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 26 April 1878

SPECL&L CAGES ?F S Hulke's applies for sale land be has so Irted on Parr Cmrek Lewis and White enquiry into dispute re 4 alls 47 see licence It W Schuoling Gannawarra 320a, to show

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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COMMERCIAL. [?]ANG PRODUCE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 26 April 1878

. A\'G PRODUCE ITARKET. -TIxES Offlce, April 25th. The following nri the; prices for produce at ate --Flour, £12 to'£12 10s; bran, 1s 4d to Is 6 ; yTollnrd, 1s 4d to is Gd; wheat, 4A 61; bliafl, £8; hay, £6; oats, 5s 6d..

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 26 April 1878

SPOSTAL ARRANGEMENTS. The f,llowing is the time for the arrival and despatch of M.ails at Kerang : MAILS CLOSE FOR Durham Ox, Inglewood. Fandhurst, Melbourne At 6 p.m DAILY MAILS ARRIVE FROM Melboqrne, Sanlhurat, Inglewood, Durham Ox At 9 am DAILY. MAILS ARRIVE FROM MtELBOURNE, VIA Echica At 7 40 p.m on Wednesday Cohuna ( Saturday M31ILS ARRIVE FROM [Monday Swan Hid } At 5.45 a.m on Wednesday Saturday MAILS CLOSE FOR Cabana Wednesday hEchua At 12 30 p.m. on a and AMe.bourne , Saturday MAILS CLOSE FOR Swan Hill at 9 a-m. on Tuesday and Friday, at 6 p m. on Saturday. Scarcely a week passes. writes the Kilmore Advertiser, but what the vagaries of some-of the officials in our post and telegraph offices form the subject of public comment. Investigations have taken place from time to time, but seem invly without matt-rs being in any way mended, and on Thursday last one of them was bound over to keep the peace. on the sworn information of a fellow emplo:yee. If they had a little more work,...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 26 April 1878

SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. THE - "A U5T RALAN ECONOMIC BANK (Limited) -12 Collins street West, IMELBOUSiNE. Inocorporated under the Companies' Statu.e, Capital £,00,070, in 100,000 shares of £5 each. Adavances on Freehold and afpp, ozcd Leasehold Sccurities At Current Rates. PROSPEC [USES And all information may be obtained from MIR. R. C. BRISTOW, Who has been appointed Agent at Kerang for the sale of Shares and receiving applications I for Lasns in this district. HENRY CORNELL, Iend Oflice, Manager. Ie'bourne, 7th December, 1877. THE BAIK OF VICTORIA. Ineorporat.dby Act of Council. A BR\ INCH of this IANK is now opened at Swan Hilt, for the transaction cf ge nerral banking business. By ord'e of the board, R. SlAN-, Acting-General .Manager. Bauk of Victoria, IIead Office, Melbourne 29th May, 1877. TIHE NAIIONAL BANK OF AU TRALASIA. A BRANCH of this BANK is row opened at Kerang, for the transaction of otdi. nary banking business, under the management of Mr James Calvert. By order of th...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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LOCAL LAND BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 26 April 1878

LOCAL LAND BOARD. A Local Land Board will be held in the.Court House this - dy. (Friday); when the follow ing ,pplications will be dealt with :- 3J t'Kinnon Kerang 150a, N E of J Jorgensen blocs . A Logogiannis Kerang 320a, N of G Swains W-of t Yeo" H Peacock j n Ganawarra 319, forfeited se selection of H Caldwell H Ihbotson Ginnawarra 320a, E of D 3Iac Millan Jas Hinkson Cannawarra 310,forfeited block M Macpherson Gannawarra 32 a, forfeited blo k CJ ainabnry Gannawarra 270a, S of D ailnes O Egan G-.nnawarra 117a, W of J Corn'sh T Bowden laco.na 157a, or.ginally held by T Uowden, senr. R Rowler 3lacorna 12' a E of Peacock 31 Drummond Macorna 210a, N of W Mitchell J Thorpe 3Maorna 240a. N of 3 Drummond J Jewell 3acorna 320a, N of Long .1 Gilman ; ragowel 32 a, abandoned by J Budge J Hawkins Trago rel 3.0a, abanoned by J Budge .1 Cartrigot Tragotel 32ta, -banaoned by J l1 Hynes Traswel 3'_a, S -.f 31 Connelly A hrper Tra.gowel 32 'a, S of Coad sen. F tiarer Tragowel 320a, S ao It H Wi...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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SCARLET FEVER. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 26 April 1878

SCRtLEr FVER.-A fetw useful hints eon cerning the treatment of this much dreaded disease, may not be at the present timt alto gether out of plate. It is considered to be the best of treatment to give as little medicine as possible in fact none if the bowels are any thing like i, good ,rder. Keap the child in , Tocm with an even tempira Ure not too but. and rub the ski : with an. one. or twice ai da which will trte:ia:ly a.siot :he n ei=?r, I peeling. hboul' the chita feel sick a spoonful of cream of tartar mixe.1 with a quart of s oi. ing water sweetened to taste and left to cro', m0kes a very cocing and is t unp .ata air drink. Oiages and Lineons are also very cod things, but no uther fruit os it woa.d ave teadency to gripe Bii _ w .t,.r sho?idw b. poured over the st els wich shi uld . ud i-d away at once, as the', i= enthi;:z !ik: biii g| water for estrelis ir f..tor. :'; also be burned tWo or it?:e ti0o.n a stay Where women are nursing sick bI ds it in bhet to wmarprint dre-ses a...

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THE LATE DROUGHT. TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERANG TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 26 April 1878

THlE LATE DIROUGHT. T T3E EDIrTO OF THE KEna.iG TIae I- Smn,--Durng my recent excursion s. R dney, I have been much struck b? character of the land for its excellena the redundancy of water which now ins the road. and adjaent lands, controsts ih ably with the sad accou ts of the s, front drought during the past summer roada in many plaees for many chains isn 1 art little better than sloughn, and the adj lands, swmps. Lord Pa merton's d . of manure and fi th, 'bhot m .tterin the place,' is equally nppl c.ble to outer in present season. With a view t, amendi some menlsore the inconveniences suffe.e wet weather and during droug:.te, allow no I cal attenti:n to wh-t has been doneinh places, namely, co servation of water os main roads, and clearing and forming. n to give water throuahout the summr, Inore room for travelling stock. In cle and forming on on,: side of the road, and ton'ng the material for embanking fray lowest portion of the h'Blows, in order to p vide again-t the filing to...

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