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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. VACILLATING POLICY OF AUSTRIA. NEGOTIATION STILL PENDING BETWEEN ENGLAND AND RUSSIA. London, 22nd April. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 26 April 1878

LATEST INTELLIGENCE. 'IBY ,:L.CT'C TET*aGiAPIIkP '1 2.fro'ýor Ou 5 OWS CIRRIIESPONDENT] i VACILLATIN'G POLIC-- OF , ., *. AUS .Rr A ^,. :.'-: ^ NEGOTIATION STILL PENDING t B'I'TWEEN ENGLAND AND t .. RUSSIA. - London, 22nd April. The political situation',is inimprov- I .d. Austria appears to be vacillating in her line of policy, and the essential lifference between England and Rus ia still remains unsettled. St. Petersburg, i-nd'April, SIt is officially stated here that 'nego iations are still proceeding between England and Russia as to fixing the stipulated points to which the British ronclad -squadr oqa-".th __Russian :rops' respecti'lY shall wyilrawu - ,cvious'o.ne -holding. of the -Euro pean congress. - London,' 23rd April. The reserve forces which have been called out under the the Queen's Pro clamation, are mustering largely. Fresh- Russian troops continue to arriveat Stinafi,.a village ten miles south'of Constantinople, on the Sea of Alarmora,under the pretence ofagrand review...

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

sa 'hret" yaurwn:_ a onw vni cr t±b c uene~atwr. -iri, o` t in elimbint he et",, eprang )n tnoh ^ in; t4'en non ýf .his enmvaninn- e:la,.d ,r*i -tt he had stepped over a snake. A stick was soon cot; and his snakeahip bad to bite the dust and on being measured proved to be 3ft 2in long. This is not the first time that shakes have beien se ins the come tery"

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CORRESPONDENCE SUNDAY OCCUPATION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERANG [?] [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 26 April 1878

CORRESPOD SUNDA?y OCCUp TO TOOE rDITOR O SS - lMy hearty cOn r port wait upon the ' who are organizing tht Inetitote and ;r: LibR aSUtre ourselves, when order of society joining C earl3 t- secure themse:ves and teirt..i tellectaal clture which i, t preliininary to moral purity ,eo structible foundation for nati and prosperity. For God's sake (I use the sa profound roverenc, yet adbviess sake close not your.doors fore or Sabbath; lest, as all ecsth are supposed to be representeal find yourself perpetually in ta , every day of our week being rily of course, with the sacred some creeds regard as a "tar all relaxation howsoever in rating-after the arduous and ing labours of the other six d s ting from .o of tho aiduce i1 rope, some weightly tddtlma which I venture, all too feebly lo It S Hyjg1$ Hulsehorg, -S 20th April, 1873. ",The growth of liberal opiaioa English clergy on the subject of a rn servance of'the day of rest is amplyi by two papers which are publish'edl day Review One of t...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 26 April 1878

DEATH. DUNHILL - On Good Friday, April 19th, at Tragowel Station, Kerang, of typhoid fever. John Webster Dunhill, aged twenty-six years, only son of Thomas Dunhill, Brierly, Yorkshire, England.

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SANDHURST EASTER FAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 26 April 1878

SANDHiURST EASTER FI.R. The annual gathering of young and old, • to contribute to the local charities, and also 1 at' the s:mne time to revel in frolic anni ar.musement, commenced on Monday. This fair has now become an institution, cer tainly not as yet time honored. but promis ing to become so. For months'previous,the fair is- looked forward to with interest by all ages, by the young as a source of fuln, and amusement, anidby the adult as a time i to bring back some of the scenes of their youth. The present fair has been looked forward to with-a considerable amount of interest, as independent of the usualgaiety, I an opportunity presented itself of paying a :token of respect to the Queen's representa tive. . Everything was working fa mously for the fair's success; dona tions both in cash and goods were coming in freely. The conmmittee were were well forward with their arrangements. Unfortunately the weather did not hold up. The flool experienced on Friday, besides the effect in mak...

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THE MURDER OF LORD LEITRIM. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 26 April 1878

TIl? MURDER OF LORD LEITRIl. Referring to the murder of the Earl of Leitrim, reported by cable on the 5th inst., the Brisbane Courier writes :-" The Terrible crime perpetrated near Milford, a small town in the county Donegal, is a grievous episode in a grievoushistory. For many years past the late Earl of Leitrim and the tenantry on his estates in Donegal have been at enmity. He was a'man whose ideas of the rights of the lord of the soil belonged to the old feudal times, when the owner of alarge estate was master of the lives and fortunes of all who resided upon it, -and they were merely his serfs. The ways of his tenantry were not as his ways, and they were not prepared to adopt his 'new-fangled notions.' Ie did.not re cognise in them any right to their farms, but the narrowest they could claim under short leases, high rents, and hard condi tions. They believed in sticking to' the land on which they and theirs had for generations lived, and when their leases fell in they claimed re...

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THE MAIL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 26 April 1878

THE MAIL NEWS. tWe have news from London by the mail steamer Tanjore, to the middle of March. She reached Al bany.on Thursday in advance of her contract time, and sailed on Friday for Melbourne. Amongst the more interesting items, we learn that the preliminary treaty of peace between Russia and Turkey contains thirty nine articles. As to the indemnity, Russia will accept of cession of ter ritory in Asia, to the estimated value of eleven hundred millions, out of the fourteen hundred and ten mil lions of florins, imposed on Turkey; and no conditions of payment of the balance have yet been fixed upon. The treaty states that an understand ing will be come to in reference to this hereafter. The whole of the fortresses in Bulgaria are to be de molished, and the straits of the Dar danelles, as well as the Bosphorous are to be open for merchant vessels, in times of war as well as peace. Fifty thousand Russian troops are to occupy Bulgaria at the expense of that country, and Russia's militar...

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STOCK REPORTS. Sandhurst, 23rd April. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 26 April 1878

STOOK REPORTS. Sandhurst, 23rd April. Messrs Powers, Rutherford and Co. report: -Fat O.ettle-3i0 yarded. O'ing to this short supply the market improved, say, from 15s to 20s par head on last week's rat.s. Wo quote beef from 22 IG1 to 27s01 per 100 lbs: and have sold 271 for M[essrs Geo. King, Miller, f'Outeheon, ?Neilson, M?Kenna, Boyhan, Kil bride, 3'Kinstry, and Winzar, bullocks to L9i 17isi1, coe to L7 15. F.t O.lves-Very few forward. For best quality thero was an ad vanceon late rates. Our sales were small drafts for Messrs JM'Kinstry and Winzar, to L3 15s. Fat Sheep-5359 penned. Fully half of this number were disposed of as stores; anything fit for the butcher sold readily at improved rates. Quotations-Wetlhers its to 15s ld, ewes 93to 12s Gid. We have sold 422 for Messrs G. T. Burns and .T. Menzies, at full market rates. Fat Lambs-Nono forward. Messrs .T. C. Walker and Co report:-Fat Cattle-Si3) yarded. The supply was small and inoullicient for requirements. Prices rose fully ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 26 April 1878

WANTED. VAN l ED KNO W. A qunntity of Galvanized Corrugated Iron a:;gatly damaged, on Sale Cheap Lara Lime adways on hand. R:1 :,T BR'lAND'.. .... TIMBEIR YARD & SAW MILL", cm4cn High street, Sandhurst t,1.ANTED 'KNOWN. GEO. ADAMS is tie only Autharited AGENT in KERANG and District for the: Celebrated SINGER'S Sewing Machine&: Shu.tlts, Ne'-di, Cott6hs, Oils, ahd Dapli cates, always on hand. Repairs done. Less n given. Time paymentes. AMIUSEMEI NTS, &c. Swan iuill Hospital] A GRkND ,AMI-'ITEUR CiNtCRIRT ... I.N AID OF THE OF THE ABOVE INSTITI TI N - Will be held in the STATE SCHOOL, SWAN HILL, THU SDTA'Y EVE'I`iG, 2ad MAY. 1878. Reserved Seat Ticket. Three Shillingo; Gal lery Two bhillinge. To commence at ei.ht o'clock p.m. m4en SHIRE ADVERTISEMENTS. Shire of Swan Hill. \Nf T:CE. TO AUTHORIZED SUVYiORS & OTHERS. r !ENDERS will be Received up to MONDAY, - 1 the 6th day of MAY, 1878, at NOUN, for 1. Surveying one side of a line of road, from :wan lll to...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 26 April 1878

CO CIIBUILVERS. C L. STONEMiAN, ,1,C ILDER, WILLIAMSON ST., S- s.lD?URST, -- a on hand a superior stock of -- |l-u-and n ,hicles of various dt-crip 'Br e, ra be waranted a. being of the e.; rso atY aasioned, and built --"" ute h?csnDal sus:intendenc. TILE TRD W1 iAGGON -- • "h"e I hayLei I "ular at_ -,.. Wl .. are,(-r?eigon ovre -" ud. Selctors and farmnners 3n " u"oeted to call and exa m?le thej handsomeo re hices. References from any part of the district. L, STONE M1AN, COACIIBUILDER, WILLIA31SON STREET, Sandhurst. G. F. ICKLES &:SONS, .AMERICAN STEAM3 AIRIAGE WORKS, WILLIAMSON & BULL STREETS, SANDRUR S T, WARDED Two First Prize Silver Cups six First and Three Second Prizes, Grand atioai Exhibition. 1876 ; First Prize Silvor upn oe S;xial Prize. and the RHighest Certifi So llerit. for Excellence"of Materials and ?tlun:tnihip, Kvneton Exhibition, 1876t; and St") First anti Second Prizes at the various ho throughout Victoria. being by far the .ar. F umner attained by...

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IMPOUNDINGS [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 26 April 1878

- IMPOUNDINGS ? _?,?L .... ? - Ec?cuA-Impcunded at :echuea, 1st Api? 1S78, by Thos-Balwin.-Trespnss 5. trar" berry bull, 18 u-onths ol.i, no vislble orand. Ii not c!simed and expenses paid. to be?O "l ol 1st May, .1878. George Jamieson, p0und keeper. , Fagankp as executed on Tuesday veek, April 16th, tAdelaide, .for the murder of Patric Bannopn at Saltina, near Port .Auigusta. fl died instantaneouisly. 4 '

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DRAINAGE AND WATER CONSERVATION. COMMUNICATED. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 26 April 1878

DRAINAGE AND YWAA'ER CON SEIVarIOlN. CO5i U5 ICAT.re In a previous issue we made a few suggestions upon drainage. This week we give some practical hints ulpon dam maki::g, and conservig, the. water; The first consideration of the selector is to find the. best spot on his land for a dam or tank and wre think a tank sunk upon a level plain is much the best, especially if made as we suggest. Dams made in hollows, where they are liable to a rush of water, very otteu break away, and require to be mane very strong, and also require to have a slope each way, on each side of the embankment, so as to allow the water to flow over evenly; this we consider a safer plan than a bye-wash, as tirvy soon breakc away. Dams also expose a large surface for evaporation, being shaiiow; this we thinki, is one of toe most imaportant consideration;s, after collecting water, to klep it iroa evap,, ration, as tue suas.age soon gets sutmd up, but the sun is ever drawing, there fore we strongly recommend tanks ...

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SWAN HILL. TUESDAY, April 23. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 26 April 1878

, n c CoREArONDEBT] SSe r TCED April 23. S nnedays the whole talk S'?rat. enne rieaer, the reasonn . b eto tohe Swan Hill C. C. : r' .;a challenge from the a'l C C and it made in a I S-, it ? it. n in-rcclonisl interest >> qI. • 11 o c''ek , was appoint C- and 0thoumh the rain 1,}:y:re nts n Snndlay night. the an ilt was odry and S,, as sligntly clouded, _,a!( and bracing, and the p 'in ream came on the ground e.b?. o. a ,pe. I may be par " a tmh in stating that a more : crderl and wsll behaved :. eo' 1reely be found on H,, ill won the toss,and * innin s.the Murray Downs { their in nin g ljust in time ;' t'.L to ptrtke ot a beautlfiul ' ,i'icedi for them by the ' cmr real good eating. , ct " ;dtle speeclrs , comps S Aifter luncheon the , 'cent at their work with ? .,I m nus" again digress. c ' t'u3., upplied by M.r c. ?e?~? s11 hotel, and it was s Hriban the narain for •rr.sonnt's Hith Falutin' : ev.ery indiviual seemed S- :"-' rit th em1cireo,and every c much for digression ....

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 26 April 1878

GO VERNAJE NT GAZE 2TTE. The following- information is taken roam last week's Gazek:- List of eccdpants of Crown Lands whc have not paid rent and fees under-the different sections of the Land Act. are here given. Application forgrants apprired -Jarmes Hall. Yarraialla, 3201a. Applications .under " The Land Act, 18;9" not granted--?aostino Vdstio,260s Terrick Torrick Wet ; Michael Filz patrick, 260a. do ; John \Vales junr, 260a do; Janme. Glssthart, 217a,. do; Edwanr Carrington, 260s, d ; John Davey, 260a, do ; Emily Wh;tei. 114a. r 39p, Terrick Terrick East; Robert MeNatr, t114 3; 39p, do; William Pra:tt, 2321 1r 37p, Turrumberryi Am lia Luel,: 232s 1i 37p, do; Mary Anne Etlam, 232' Ir 37p Turrumbcrry North. Applications for licenses approved under ?c IO-fHun10h R Davie-, 3201, Yarrowalle; John Hodgson 364, Leghfr; Susan Swain "96,, Korang; James Hart 320a, Mlurrabit; mautlice lsnningan 3335 Gannawarra; William Chambers 3;0a, Gannawarra : Thomas illalinan 197w, Leanhur; Daniel McD'a...

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

THE LATE Mr. DUNHILL. It is always a solemn subject to write of the dead, even those who have gone in the fulness of time, and at a ripe old age, but when a man is cut down in the pride of life with the bloom of a   hardly matured manhood still on him, the subject increases in solemnity, and the thoughts arising impress the mind with the vanity and worthlessness of all human hopes and affections. The late Mr. Dunhill, a native of Yorkshire, aged twenty-six, was manager for Mr. Abraham Booth, at Tragowel station, a few days ago; now he lies at rest in   the Kerang Cemetery. A slight cold from getting wet, and not changing, brought on an attack of typhoid fever, from which he never rallied. Dr Park was in attendance, and at the close Dr McGillivray was sent for from Sand- hurst who arrived on Thursday, but nothing could be done, and Mr. Dun- hill breathed his last on Good Friday. We learn that M. Dunhill had insured   his life for £5oo some six m...

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ANOTHER HEAVY FLOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 26 April 1878

ANOThIER LIt EVY FLOOD. Early on Friday morning, a heavy and destructive flood came down Bendigo Creek, which flooded Charing Cross, and the stores and cellars in the Mall and about View P'oint, Mitchell street, Bath Lane and vicinity, doing damage of a most serious extent to Messrs J. B. Loridan, Shadbolt and Co., Matchett, Crawford, Horbury, Connelly, Baxter, Hansen, Dillon, Hawes and Co, Stephenson, and to most of the owners of shops and hotelkeepers in Pall Mall. Owing to the pres- sure on our space today we cannot give the details. The flood while it lasted was much higher than last time, and did much more damage in several places of business and cellars, that were flooded. It carried off the bridge in the reserve facing the Shamrock, and caused considerable damage at Kangaroo Flat, Golden Square, Irish town, Epsom, and Huntly. Fortunately no lives were lost. It is said the cause of the flood being so high was owing to the side sluice gates of the Coliban aqueduct being opened,...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. LONDON, April 16. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 26 April 1878

EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. LovoxN, April 16. In the House of Commons, Sir Stafford Northcote, in reply to a question put to him in regard to Eastern affairs, said that there was no cause for increased anxiety, neither was there diminished hope of a sa tisfactory settlement. There was nothing to justify the rumours as to tihe isolation of England, ani lie ridiculed the idea of the employment of Russian privateers. * The Timnes says that there has been an amicable exchange of views between Lon don and St. Petersburgh. England desires peace, and only wishes the whole treaty submnittel. Russia replies that she cannot distinguish between what has been done and what is desired. She fears diplomitic hu miliation if she recognises the congress as a tribunal which could allow the treaty to be cancelled. Tie c?.and Duke Nicholas returns to St Petersburg, and General Todleben succeeds him in the command of the Russian army of occupation. - This is regarded as con ciliatory. Both Ilousea have adjourne...

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FUNERAL OF GEO. CRUIKSHANK. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 3 May 1878

' FUNERAL OF GEO. CRUIESH:ANK. The WTeekly Despatch1 has-thefollowing account of the funeral of George COrtik shank, the celebrated artist and tempe ranco advocate. - The mortal remains of George Cruik shank, the well-known artist and caricatu rist, were interred at Kensall Green Ceme- I tery on 2nd February. The funeral pro cession, which was witnessed by large num bers of people, started from the residence of the deceased, 263, lHampstead-road, at half-past one.. The coflin, which was of polished oak with brass furniture, was placed upon an open car drawn by four horses. There were seven mourning coaches following the hearse. In the first were Mrs Cruikshankl Mr George IIazell, M.D., Mr Percy Cruikshank, and Mr George Cruik shank Pulford. The second coach contain ed General M'lMurdo, Lord Houghton, Mr J. C. Hall, and Mr Charles Landseer. In the third, Mr G. A. Sala, Mr George Cruikshauk Gibbs, and Mr E. Duncan. In' the fourth, Dr Parrott, Mr F. N. Cousens, Mr George Bell, and Mr G...

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AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 3 May 1878

AGRICULTURAL NOTES. r The weather continues very favorable for tillage .operations, the only drawback ac being that the- rains having set in heavy sl so early in the season, create stoppages in ra the work of wheat-sowing, which the far mers, especially in tLe new districts, are sl intent upon pushing forward with all dis- ri patch. The merits of early sowinig have te been demonstrated in a very marked man- cc ner by the results of the recent harvest, and bh the prospects of the present season are ol so far first-class, the agriculturalists h: being animated by hopes that the doming p year will be one to make np-for the losses p of the two that have passed. Stock are h also progressing well, the feed having picked ft up almost like a second spring, and. the C watering-places are now filled so as to on- y sure a permanent supply.--KyUnet Obser- si ver. e, The following method is said to be J adopted in Texas for training sheep dogs: t -The pup is taken from its mother before C its- e...

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MR J. J. CASEY. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 3 May 1878

MR .1. J. CASEY. " Mr J. J. Casey, the commissioner for Victoria at the Paris Exhibition, has," the Europ'jean -,liilsays, "been very busy since his arrival in this country. On looking at the space allotted the colony, the com mis sioner came to the conclusion that it was by no means equal to the occasion-or symbolical, so to speak-of the wealth and resources of Victoria, so he at once took steps to get the space enlarged. As the British Commission was powerless to help him, he made application direct to the Prince of Wales, by whom lihe was most courteously received, and through "His Royal HIighness' influence, the authorities of the Exhibition were not only moved to give MIr Casey as much space as he required, but permission was granted to set up an Australian primitive hut on the space lying between the Tro cadero and the Seine, where also there will .be houses or huts illustrative of the primitive architecture of other countries. While in Paris Mr Casey entertained some friends ...

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