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STOCK REPORTS. Sandhurst, 30th April. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 3 May 1878

STOCK REPORTS. Sandhurst, 30th April. Messrs Powers, Rutherford, and Co. report: -Fat Cattle.-0i?1 yarded, also 5.5 stores. In the former good to prime quality was fairly represented. The supply being heavv, the mar ket throughout was dull at a fall of from lOs to 15s per head on last week's prices. Stores also at reduced rates. We quote beef from 20s to 25s per 100 lbs, it ferior quality lower; and have sold 331 head, mixed sexes, for Messrs John Steel J. W. Wil liams, J. T. Caldwell, D. Hopper, J. Crowley, Landry, Elliott. Neilson, Dwyer, Bywater, M'Donald, Stubber, Steel, Louric, Clarke, Davidson, Burke, Lee, Quinlan,and others bullocks to £9 7s (id, cows to £7 12 Od. Fat Calves.--S- comprised the supply. Prices for all descriptions were easier. Our sales were drafts for Messrs Lourio, Lee, Truneble, and Rodgers, from £'1 S to £3 Is. Fat Sheep. 8550 forward. A large proportion only fit for stores, and as such, were disposed of; for best quality last week's rates were maintained. ...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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MECHANIC[?] INSTITUTE & FREE LIBRARY. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 3 May 1878

Cf1lAMIC; INSTITUTE & FREF. `' N LIBRARY. ;Thle adjourned meetinobf thehiemr " ber of tlie above Institute \i?as lield id theKerang Hall on Friday lasti a Mr T. Littleton was voted to'the cdhir.. ,l\ ?-letter was read from D.Cameron, Esq., giving permission to b'nsominated as president. The rules of the Saridhurst Mecha-: nics' Institute were -read, and with'-a few alterations adopted. - The election of officers was then pro ceeded with. with the following result: President, D. Cameron; vice-president, T. Littleton; . treasurer, J . Calvert; secretary, A: Ellis; committed, Messrs Albrecht, Bristow, Bayly, Patchell, Watson, Kerr, and Adams; trustees, Messrs Reatheote, Taverner, and Pat chell. Several gentlemen gave in their names as subscribers. After several fentlemen addressed those present, giving a.fe ' useful hin?s on various matters, the: meeting ad journed until the roth inet.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 3 May 1878

PROFESSIONAL. 31R H. WRIXON, SOLICITOR, Cc., OF TE -pIy.E COIITS OF TICTORIA AND YS E SOUTH WALES kSotLCtTOn Fon TIIE SW-<AcS HILL " SHmsn CorNscI), and a C0tI[IIONER of theSUPEEM~ COURTS rr: South ustrali & New Zealand, for Takin Affidavit, a. - " OFFICE-'PALL L, S.?TIDMHRST. Ir, :r:ions can b left with Mr. C. E. Al MRS A. SHELLEY, ? rIL OF M1R DUDDEE, EGi to announce that she gives instruction on the Pianoforte, at her residence, Ke ran;. Terms moderate. HOTELS. RANG oHOTEL. - r o0IN CULLEN, PROPRIETOR. LTE WINES AND SPIRITS IN STOCK. .A0 Accommodation for Travellers. Civility tl and moderate charges. c h TAVERNER, COMMERCIAL HOTEL, KEnANG, EGS to notify that through the large in crease in business he is now making large diions to his premises, and will continue to apply first class hotel accommodation. 3RIDGE HOTEL-, UPPER KERAING. D. M'INTYRE, PROPRIETOR. First-clas Accommodation. Good stabling. he Best Brands of Wines andSpirits and Fi Ale and Porter kept for...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 3 May 1878

SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENTS. T H E -AU ST A LIAN, ECONOMIC BANK (Limited) -12 Collins street West, .MELBOUOlIE. [Incorporated undtr the Companies' Statute, 1814.] Capital £100,000, iu 1o00o00 shares of £5 each. Adzvances on Frechod 'and apb; oved Leastehohl Securities At Current Rates. PROSPEC rUSES .And all information may be obtained from MR. R. C. BRISTOW, 'Who has been appointed Agent at Kerang for the -ale of Shar- s ind receiving applications for Loans in this district. HENRY CORNELL, Head Office, Manager. Bo:bourne, 7th December, 1877. THE BAtK OF VICTORIA. Incorporatd by Act of Council. A BR NCH ofthis FANK is now opened at ?wan Hil', for the transaction cf ge neral banning business. By orio of the board, R. SMAN.-, Acting-General Manager.. Bank of Victoria, Heal Office, Melbourne 29th May, 1877. TI[i ;NA -ONAL BANK OF AU TRALASIA. SBRANCH of this BANK is row opened Sat Kerarg, for the transaction of oldi Snary banking business, under the management of Mr James Calver:. By order ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 3 May 1878

WANTED. WANTFED KNOWN that J. H UREN is is clearing out his Realy, and Own Made Boots and Shoes at unprece lently low pirces.-lower even than Sandhurst priles. Childrens Boots alm,-t tiven aw.*y. Do t fo?get THRIEE SIIILLINGS IN THI POUND Saved tulm WANTED KNOWN. A quontity of Galvanized Corrugated Ison slightly d ýmased, on Sale Cheap Lara Lime always on hand. EII£NE'T P.AND'L - TIMBER YARD & SAW.ULLq, cm4cn - High street, Sandhurst Wt, ANTED KNOWN. GEO. ADAMS is the only Authoriced AGENT in KERANG and District for the' Celebrated SINGER'S Seoring Machihes. Shuttles, Needles,- Cottons, Oils, and Dapli atles. always on hand. Repails done. Lessons .iven. Tieno paymn s. . FOR SALE. EED WHEAT.for Sale, 5s 6d per houshel. t ADArMS, Kerng : e tc4cu -TASTE PAPEI fn r Sale. Apply o es of S this paper. SHIRE ADVERTISEMENTS. Shire of Swan Hill. N. T CE: TO AUTIIQRIZED SUVEYOIIRS & OTHERS. r TENDEIRS will be Itecrived p to MONDAY, the ith'day of MAY,, 1878, at NOUN, for-- - 11...

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CORRESPONDENCE. RAILWAY EXTENSION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERANG TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 3 May 1878

CORRESPONDENCE. RAILWAY EXTENSION. TO THE EDIrTO. oF THE KEIcNGa TItur. Sin,-Doubtless many persons are ailready cogitating on the ap;parent apathy of the p:o moters -of railway extension through this district, and are coming to the conclusion that the summit of thir entlhusiasm had been reached; that a state of indifference had -uper vened; and that the matter was at an end. If such be the case, I cannot altogether complain, for appearances seem to justily such an as sumption. But the fact is, in view of the difficulties which so recently beset the Ministry of the colony, it was felt that these must be in a measure removed before any Railway Bill could be entert:ited. A?, how ever, a normal state of things has been sc established, the IIoue is iti recess, and a fresll start will probably be made in May. It be hoves all parties interested to bestir them selves anew, to agitate, to invite the attention of their representatives in both Houses, nay, to compel such attention to the impe...

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 3 May 1878

GOVERI'N.IJENT GAZETTE. " The following information is taken b romlast week's Gaz:dl: A Lind l%! wilt be held at K rang on orely It 11 May. Arphlicatcn for licenses approved .- 61 tIvri Jdmnes Guathart, 320j,, Terrick :erk East ; J.n .a Jlme Lake, 320.', T urra!,it; Edliard to:r', 28"a, Mar ,a ; Thomas Jone-, 320_, Aleerine; John i-Ja'ore 32-i, 3Jurrabit ; George Coad n Od., Trat,,lrel; John Dor:nan, 32J. I l 1tit; At;ie . ogan, :120 . Tra~oael; b O:n it W taltine'oi, 3201. Mourraoit ; I rAid Sp!t-, 217,, Trazowe'; John )Dow I 2h, TrtteIrl; John aMt Qorlter, 85o. ,cYrnoi, N. rman MeLtod, 140', Gan ia:v, ra; 11ttho nw Wal, 125a. lacorn=; M L,:et, leningt. l0t,; J. Hawthorne Mh::ra.320i; G. Gibb-, Gannawarra, '0Oa; I. T. 1'lc Re, Mleering, 320t J. ,, irty.Ke ran.g and Ml.rr bit, 320 , .Jo-n'etene, Kerane, 201s; Marar et I lade, G answtarra. 320.. Aip;?cat.,in bor les.. unlder section Sep;.rjred :--adrew Kirwvan, Cohun', IS i OrG,; Eliza h omp,on, H-?ansi, i20); Ttidaas Spear, iliner, ...

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DURHAM OX. TUESDAY, [?] [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 3 May 1878

D7 ca1taur ol C ireon orsea s t ossr ' Ashort paagranph ri brought me face to fac TII I 'my sins of omision. aTv did not come to hand, s sent. The fault is mine .would you-when all th B ing. holiday? Is theretobe for a poor slave of the I N, XMr Editor, "L if you love'e this case with a caution never to be absent from duty the wet seaso-at all events iron horse is aatm y disposea. .that whlen thre energes ar bnmrgcas art the "weariness of the fee; feet," attendant on devoio sterner diuties of our ev 1 recreatin s necessary for mind. I am ot peparred tob what is generally regarded as but i my case, however 1 mentally the relaxation mayha I cannot boast of any bene a Sphysically. Do you enquire th uwhy ? Secure a seat in t, for Inglewood, and I will v . say tiat tie lively time yo u bringing into violent eweri' tendon and muscle of vIoura Sgive you a clearer idea on tlb than if I devoted my allotted I description. '* Weeds grow apace." The schoolboy creeps the more un Sto school after...

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BOARD OF ADVICE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 3 May 1878

BOAltj njil' 'A- VtouJ. The usual monthly nt·eting of the Sc,'oe Boar.! of Advice was. held in the schoolroom on Monday eveni. g last. Present -1e srs T Litsleton (ehai.man), C E -Albrecht. corres pondent), H Taverner, \V J W Patehell,-and H Waterstrom. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. This being the first meeting since the elec tion of oftirers, votes oi thanks were passed to those who held office during the previous tw. Ile months. - 3RnnESPtNDEeoCe. F:em - Gilchrist anetin--,-eretary Educa tion Department, sating that the promi-e to accept and make use of the t.Ians for a lank tfor the, school, furnished by the Board, could not be cerried out, as a tender had been ac. cepted by- the Public Works D-i.ar meat for the formation of a tank ptevious to, although unknown by Education Department when, the promise was given From same, acknowledging receipt of rb turns giving the number of schools in. the district. From same, stating that.the el ctric tele graph...

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

TheM ster of 1'ublic on a tourtho thrm th IIh next week for the purlWe the settlement of pa Udil ofl some time hampered the. r the wthole of the colon the limits of some srire , general management orbf , body is responsible; tof h territory here ard ite hyre portionment of new ere hic included within the bhbar. these strips the P'uli o have hadto take the direct any expenditure thereon,a perience has shown to be and very expensive. Thesd not,as a rule, willing to tae. man's land," which briSosli and may entail considerab very desirable that some S effect this object should as work required in these distric formed under local su more cheaply than by the Puot partment Most of the unlp referred to is situated in the S trict, and it is with the uicop with this matter thatr Pa I visiting that locality.-.Ar One of the most importan wanted to be dealt wit neat Amended Diseases in Stock present Act of 1872 was hurnit and the scab inspectors wereal out its provisions, but as this a scientifi...

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The Kerang Times AND SWAN HILL GAZETTE. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. KERANG, MAY 3, 1878. SWAN HILL HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 3 May 1878

AND SWAN HILL GAZETTE. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. KERANG, MAY 3, 1878. SWAN HILL HOSPITAL. WE have to acknowledge the receipt of the sixth annual report of the Board of Directors of the Swan Hill Hos pital. The compilation of the report reflecfs great credit on the committee, as everything in connexion with the institution is so plainly stated, and so suitably arranged, that any information regarding the working of it for the past twelve months may be obtained at a glance. One of the first things that one looks for in a hospital report is its utility. In the institution undernotice this has been exemplified to an eminent degree. The total number of cases treated during the year amount to in-door patients, 181, out-door, 1,143. Of the in-door patients at the com mencement of the year, there were in the institution 24 ; admitted   during the twelve months, 157. These were disposed of as follows: -Dis charged, cured,.or relieved, 141; died, 13 ; remaining in hospital at end of year...

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A SEVERE HURRICANE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 10 May 1878

A SEVERE IIURRICANE. (FRO~O THE WAGGA ADVERTISERO, EAT 1i.) A severe hurricane was experienced at Gregadoo station, near Wagga, on Sunday last. Mr CharlesNixon has recently erected a newand substantial residence at Gregadoo. It was built of bricks and weatherboards, and to all appearances seemed in every way firm and staunch. The position in which it was placed was certainlyexposed, but the strength of the timbers, combined with the general good worlkmanship throughout the building, suggested the idea that the house would stand for years. During Sunday afternoon the wind rose considerably, blow ing in strong gu ts, ;ind its force increased as evening approached. Towards six o'clock the storm was at its height, and it appears that at the hour the mishap occurred at Gregadoo the family of Mr hixon were all seated at tea, some eight in number, with the tutor,Mr March,when Mr Nixon,hearing the wind rising, desired his son to close the back door, and whilst he was executing his father's ...

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TRANSIT OF MERCURY. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 10 May 1878

~- I TRALTSIT OFMICEROURY. -[B -W. J.-T.] That interesting arid- somewhat unfre quent astronomical phddi6fimenon, the transit of the planet Mercury across thedisc of the Sun, occurred on the morning of Tuesday, 7th instant, when the Sun rose at 6 hours 47 minutes with the planet appear ing as a small black spot on his face.; This spot traversed completely across the Sun's disc, the last contact being 8 hours 29 minutes. For the benefit of those not conversant with the nature of astronomical phenomena, I may bepermitted to explain the matter a little in detail. All the planets revolve at various distances around our great central luminary, the Sun-the source of light and heat and life. Between the Sun and the orbit of the Earth are found the orbits of the planets Mercury and Venus. These orbits are not exactly in the same plane with the Earth's orbit; were they, we should hate traisits every year. The orbit of Mercury is inclined to the or bit of the Earth by an angle of about 7 deg....

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 10 May 1878

The post of agent-general becomes va cant in April next, and tile appointment of a successor to Mr Michie must therefore be made at tile end of this year or the begin ning of next. Mr Michio was appointed by the Francis Government in 1873, and was re-appointed by the M'Culloch Govern ment in 187(, but he is not likely to have the honour thrust upon imhn a third time by tile Berry Government in 1870. The two prominent candidates for the post, accord ing to report, are Sir C. G. Duffy and Sir .Bryanu O'Loghlen, and these are tile two gentlemen who are named also as the commissioners who may be de puted by the Assembly to take to England the Ministerial Reform Bill, after it has been rejected by the Council, and watch over its destinies there. Mr Berry is also named as a possible agent-general, or at any rate as a commissioner; and unlikely as the rumor seems at first, yet the health of the Chief Secretary is far from good, and there is a contingency that he may find it necessary to ta...

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ATTEMPTED SUICIDE AT SANDHURST. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 10 May 1878

ATTEMPTIED SUICIDE AT SANIDII URST. On Tuesday about ten o'clock asa young mlu named James Cummings, in the em ploy of Mr Morris, the surveyor, was pas sing through the Upper Reserve, he saw a man in or rather under the water, in the large dam. Instantly Cunmmings perceived that thie man was sinking for the last time, and without a moment's hesitation he jumped in and at the risk of his own life succeeded in saving the drowning man, who was brought on shore and ultimately placed in the hospi tal by Constable Meehan. Thie man prior to attempting to reach the other world by wa ter, had divested himself of his coat and hat, which articles of apparel were found carefully placed on a fence close by. The nan's name is Stout, a tailor, and the cause of his rash attempt is at present unknown, although drink is supposed to have some thing to do with it.--a n. E. News.

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OPENING OF THE PARIS EXHIBITION. PARIS, May 1. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 10 May 1878

OPENING OF TIlE PARIS EXITIBITION. (FnRO0 TIUHE ARGUS COR5SESPONDENT.) PAnis, May 1. The Paris Universal Exhibition on the Champ de Mars, was opened today by the Marshal-President llacMahon with great Edvlt. The opening ceremonial was very imposing. The interior of the main build ing presented a grand spectacle. Repre sentatives were present from all nations and from several of the colonies and British possessions. The attendance at the opening was very great, although rain fell during the whole period of the ceremony. The Exhibition as a whole surpasses that of 18i7. The colonial courts are well filled, and excite much interest. The colony best represented is Victoria, as exhibiting her industrial progress and the multiplicity of her resources. The show of wools is very good. 1I.R.11. the Prince of Wales, as presi dent of the British Commission, presented the colonial commissioners to Marshal 'PMahon. l'aris is crowded with visitors from all parts of the world. The hotels are fille...

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. LONDON, April 30. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 10 May 1878

EUROFEAN TELEGRAMS. (FROx TIE ARGUS COURESPONDENT.) Loxoox, April 30. Russia accepts ,Prince Bismarck's neu tral withdrawal scheme, is accordance with which the Russian troops are to withdrawi from Constantinople and the British fleet from the Sea of alarmora. The details are in course of arrangement between England and Russia directly. The area of the operatives' strike in Lan cashire is extending. A millowner has been mobbed. The Preston weavers propose a mixed board of arbritrators, under the presidency of the Bishop of _Mahchester, but the em ployers refuse to submit to such arbitration. Two thousand workmen on the North British Railway have struck against an in crease of the working hours from 51 to 54 per week. P.ams, April 30. The Prince of Wales, the presidontof the British Commission, has visited the Victo rian section in the Paris Exhibition, and complimented Mr Casey on the readiness of the court. - LosnDO, May 1. It is rumoured that theAssmericansteamer Cimbria, chartere...

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LATEST EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. Constantinople, 30th April. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 10 May 1878

-LATEST EUROPEAN TELE" GRAMS. (FROMs THE AGE.) Constantinople. 3oth April. The British ironclad squadron.has left the Gulf of Ismid, on the Asiatic side of the Sea of:Marmora, for Touzla, a port just outside the gulf, whither it will return in a few days. a London, ist May. A portion of the Continental press reports an early occupation by Austrian troops of Bosnia and the Herzegovina. A serious affray has occurred between Turkish and Russian troops near Con stantinople.

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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. Sandhurst, Thursday 7.30. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 10 May 1878

LATEST LqN TELLIGENCE. BY ELECTRIC TELEGIRAPH. (FrlOM 01 OWN COuREsroNDENT) Sandhurst, Thursday 7.30. The death ,of Councillor Neill has caused quite a gloom, over the city. The inquest was held on the body. in Melbourne this morning, when the evidence of Dr Nield and several witnesses were taken. It. appeared there where no marks- of violence on the body, except a slight abrasion on the nose which Dr Nield considered was caused by a fall, ard was of opin ion that deseased's death was caused by drowning. The wound would not cause it. :Several witnesses deposed seeing deceased. on Thursday. .He appeared in good health and spirits, and not likely to have committed sui cide. The business he went to Mel bourne about had been satisfactorily settled. Deceased had left the Im perial Hotel to go to the Opera, ard was not seen afterwards. When found -his clothes were not-disarranged. The jury returned a verdict that death was caused by drowning, but there was no evidence to show how it occur...

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SELECT POETRY. WAKE! SONS OF HEROES, WAKE [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 10 May 1878

SELECT POETRY. WAKE ! SONS OF HEROES, WAKE ! TWAE ! sons of heroes, wake ! 'Rouse from your slumbers! The foeman is at the gate, iHeed not his numbers. Rear your.broad standard high, Trampled on never; March i with the battle cry, :England for ever! Think what your fathers did, Pondler their story; Ilow their best blood was shed Only for glory. Ye have a nobler cause, God will befriend it; Nature's and IIonour's laws Bid ye defend it. Shall the fierce spoiler pace Through the halls sacred That our pure daughters grace Sweet ones unmated ? Shall his bold glances fling Shame on their faces; And to ourscutcheon bring Deathless disgraces ? Down with the thought of it ! Shall our hearts falter When the cruel foe has set Foot on our altar ? Not while an arm can wield leRie or sabre, .3Vill we our country yield .To the invader. Up'! thefi, ye Britons bold ? S Rouse from your slumbers; Wolves are within the fold, Fenr not their numbers. Rear your proud standard high, S Trampled on never; Ma...

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