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COMMERCIAL. KERANG PRODUCE MARKET. TIMES Office, May 9th. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 10 May 1878

COMMERCIAL. KERANG PRODUCE nARKET. TIMES Office, May Oth. The following nrc.the 'prices for produce at date :-Flohr, £12 to £12 10s; bran, 1s 4d to Is G1; .ollird, is 4d to Is 6,1; wheat, 4s 61; cliafl,£S-hay, £6; oats. 5 6. .

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 10 May 1878

SPECIAL ADVERTISEMtENTS. .1r11E -A USTIAL1N ECONOMIC BANK (Limited) -12 Collins street West, MELBOUBNE. [Iucorporated under the Companies' Sta:u'e, 1S64.] Capital £500,010, in 100,000 shares of £5 each. Advances on Freehold and lapp oied Leaschold Securities At Current Rates. PROSPEC FUSES And all information may be obtained from MR. R. C. BRISTOW, Who has been appointed Agent at Kernng for the sale of Shares and receiving applications for Loans in this district. HENRY CORNELL, Bead Office, Manager. Me'bourne, 7th December, 1877. THE BANK OF VICTORIAL Intorporatd by Act of Council. A B \NCH of this BANK is now opened at Swan Hill, for the transaction cf ge neral banking business. By ordo of the beoard, it. StHANT, i Acting-General Manager. noank of Victoria, IIca: Oflice, Melbourne 29th May, 1S77. THtI NATIONAL BANK OF AUzTI:ALASL. A BRANCII of this BANK is cow opened at Kernng, for the transaction of ordi -nary banking business, under the managcmcnt of Mr Jatues Calvert. :y order o...

Publication Title: Kerang Times And Swan Hill Gazette
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CORRESPONDENCE. THE LATE CASE OF TYPHOID FEVER, TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERANG TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 10 May 1878

'* CORRESPONDENCE. THE;LATIECASE'OF -TYPHOID FEVdR, TO THse EDTon O rE IltERANGo-TIMES. Sir,--I observed in-your issue of the Tares. of the 26th ultimo, an article headed "-An un Welcome intruder' which no doubt was correct, But I should say, that'he also was-an unfortu nate victim,'to'be tossed about full of-sickness without a place to put his head into from the bitter cold night.- I think Mr Editor the Shire Council as a Local Board of Health,should make a searching inquiry, as :how, and why; this man was induced to come into ;the township of Kerang full of 'typhoid fever, which the doctor pronounced it to be. This man has a comfniortable house on his -selection, and -why ask him to leave it, and take his lodging in the streets of -Kerang is beyond my "compro hension, -because-without a"doubt he would sleep on'tho street, only that Constable O'Don nell managed to get him shelter in an unfur nished -house. He also made him a.fire and bed and provided him with a supper To -induce th...

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MYSTERIOUS DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 10 May 1878

MhYSTE.IOUS DEATHI.-Settlers in this' neighbourhood from the Sandhurst dis trict will hear with regret of the death of Mr E. Neil,'of that city. *A telegram in the Sdndhfirst Wednesday's 'evening paper says :-" The body of Ebenezer Neill was found dead in the Yarra,near the gasworks, at eight 'o'cloc-k this morning. The sum of sixty pounds and a gold watch were found on the body. He had been stopping at the Imperial Hotel, Bourke street, 'where he was last seen alive on -Thursday: No clue has been obtained hoiv he got into the water. -There were no marks of violence on the body. -Death was evidently caused by drowning." The disease gentlemari was representing the Barkly Ward in the City Council for some years past,'and last year occupied the position of mayor. During his term of office he gained the respect of all' who knew' him. .Henwas:'admired for his outspokenness even by those 'whd differed from him..:He leaves a widoew and one son to lament-his loss. ;

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SWAN HILL POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, 7TH MAY, 1878. (Before Wm. Wodo, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 10 May 1878

`SWAN HILL POLICE COURT.. TuiEDAT, *TH Mir, 1878. .(Bafofred m Wood E; qJ P.Y7 Mrs Falconer was brought uchaged byithe police 'with 'leing"incapablile of taking care of herself. H:! er appearance in court being semcihing'fearful ;,her. face covered with bruisee, and lier eyes blackened out of all recognisable shape. cTh ase lieing pirovea, she wasa fined 5i.

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THE MAN WHO CARRIED HIS POINT [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 10 May 1878

THE MAN WHO CARRISD HIS POLI The fellowing ridiculous story is toll Gi' neighboring committee man. The evcniat.. fore the day on which he was to pay an - visit to the school, his wife put a nec- : in his pants, and accidentally left the WOO whore she did the work. - Arriving at the school he stiffly rtarnad hlufoh tion of the polite teacher,and mnajOek settled into the" company chair." It' seem to the most acute observer that hc b-t just touched the chair, whenho staote gan to ascend. 'A wave of perplenadS P'; pased over his face as his hand soo'wk parted his coat tails, The look o f blaa1 prise from the teacher drew irom hi taf blushing explanation that he nsTvr Ctc a on a "*cane Sat." A wooden cth:air ?; once ff'ered him, into whichhe dropp5ed a' as swiftly as he got out of it aing . a. - tant he struck on his feet, he Shool ti - angrily in the face of the atounded tut m hoarsely shoutinz,-" I kin whip the DO PL lanermus man what stuck the pin mn choe.rs," he caught up his hat ani...

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SERPENTINE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 10 May 1878

I SsRIENTLrISs. (r?oMt A CORRESPONDENT.) On -Wednesday. 1st May, Dr Moor lo Ise, Bishop of Melbourne, accom" p mied with Mrs Moorhouse. visited the Serpentine township. On a very short nitico it was determined by the ladies of the neighbonuhoo.l, from a euggestion oflared by-.r Hayhow, to get up a fes tiral in' hon "r of the occasion.` The fee tiv.l partook .of a tea party. with an adddrss from his lordship and Rev. IH F Tucker and J 1l Maclach.tn, aboutwwhicli more hbreatitr. The Shire Cooinil hare lately added two handsome chandeliers to the hall, which sets off the room wonder fully on occasions such al-the present. Four lhrge tables were spread, and most tastefully decorated- wiih fwers, Thb, usual g.od things common to festival occasions were most pruofusely furnished by ieasdamnes RHbertson,Edwick, Laird, ant 'Hutton. When everything was in readiness, it presented a very pleasing appearance-I may say, qtite a picture. Tea, &e., having b.-en satisfactorily made to disap...

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 10 May 1878

cGOVERNMfENT -GAZETTE. The followinig information is takeni frorm last eek's Gazette:- p?plications for graiits under siection 20 approved:- S. McLellan Jeirik,3 rga zr 9p ,h J. E. Tolhurst, Turrumberry North, 23a 3r 24p. Applications for leases under section 20 approved :-J. McKay,jun Cohuna, 319rga3r 17p; J. McKay,sen. Cohuna, P. Martin, Terrick Terrick West, 3zoa; Alexander Bruce,Terrick Terrick East, 117a'rr 35p; T. Ford;Pannoobamawm 75a 3r 3 P ; F. Hardiman, M iitiamo, 78a or 33P .T. Draper and R. G. Hie rons, executors of i-. W\aurn,Tayanmii, 3202; WV. Howard, Turrumberry North 3r9a 2r 23P; Margaret Ryan, Pannoo bamawn, 236a 3r 3rp; J. Castle, M\o loga, 1503, Martha E. Long. nee Barnes, Mologa,.32oa; WV. Reed, Jeruk, z224a 3r 39p; J. Williams, Jeruk, 3 t9p 3r 38p ; Eli Whitcombe, Mologa, 2792 or 30p; R. Porter, Boort, 3202; R. E. Sims, Mologa, 320oa J.-Grant,Mologa, 83a 2r t7p; A. F. Kronk, Mologa, 402. The following application under the Land Act has not been granted: John T....

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 10 May 1878

DEATH. On the 23rd ultimo, at Barr Creek, of heart disease, C H Poole, aged 43 years; 15 years   a resident of Redesdale

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AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 10 May 1878

AGRICULTURAL NOTES. Thd accounts received from all quarters in reference to farming operations, are of a most encouraging nature promising a very good season wherever proper care is taken.- Rain h'as fallen abundantly in. almostallagricultural districts of the colony, and in not a few the farmers are beginning to consider that if there is any further fall at present they will be getting a little more than will be beneficial. Ploughing is still going on in some districts, but in many others it has been completed. In Kyneton andthesurrounding districts it is considered that suflicient rain has already fallen, and most of the ploughing has been completed.. From Bullock Creek we learn that advan tage has been: taken of the rains which fell early in the season, and that some of the farmers put in their grain during the fine weather which followed, which quickly ap peared above ground, and is now looking exceedingly well, while those who did not take advantage of the opportunity, have to ...

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The Kerang Times AND SWAN HILL GAZETTE. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. KERANG, MAY 10, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 10 May 1878

AND SwAN HILL GAZEITE. rUr1S5I1ED WEEILY. KEKANG, MAY io, 1878. ENOLISI MAIL. - The outgoing English mail will clo-e at the Kerang and Swan Hill Post-office, on Sunday, and at Durham Ox on Monday next. 'I o-DAY s SALES. - Messrs Powers, Rutherford & Co. will hold their usual monthly sale this day, at Grant's yards when they will offer horses, sheep, cat tle, &c. Entries will be received by Mr W. J. W. Patchell Eisr LonDno SHIRE COUNCIL. i Tenders are invited by this council foi various works in the shire, to be in not later than four p.m. on Thursday, i6th inst. SALE OF. 19TH SECTION INTEREST. i We would remind our readers of the sale on Tuesday, the 14th May, of the late John Gibson's r9th section inte rest at Lake Meran. The principal feature of this sale is that the purchaser need not fulfil the residence clause, which should be a matter'" of greai importance to many who by force of circumstances cannot select, as they are'unable to comply with that.condi tion of ...

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STOCK REPORTS. Sandhurst, 7th May. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 10 May 1878

STOOKI REPORTS Sandharst, 7th May. Messrs J. O. Walker and Co. report:-Fat Cattle.-1530 yarded. More than half were stores, and the balance fair to good quality,with a few prime. Prices were scarcely equal to last week. We quote best bullocks £8 5s to £110 1Os, cows £6 10s to £8 10s, good bullocks 1£7 10s to £'8, good quality cows to £6. We sold 175 for Messrs Dilln, Frost, Kennedy, Westblade, and others, at market rates. Fat Calves.-103 yarded. Sales were dull and prices ruled a little lower. Best made 40s to GOs. Fat Sheep.-8724 yarded. The greater portion of these were stores. The market was brisk throughout, and sales were easily effected at late rates. We quotebestwethers 13s to 15s, ewes 9s to 12s 6d, good quality wethers 9s to lls, inferior and medium ewes os. We sold 697 for Mr Jas. Tyson at 15s for wethers, and 12S 'd for ewes; 600 ewes for ArI'Kenzie at quotations. Messrs Powers, Rutherford, and Co. report: -Fat Cattle.-400 yarded, together with 1020 stores: Those forward ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 10 May 1878

IMPOUNDINGS . rcauoA--Impcunded at Echuca,'281t-April, by Win. licks-Trespass d. Iron grey mare, .switch ttil,:' off shoulder. If not claimed, 'nd expensespaid, to-be soldo i 29th May, 1678. George Jamieson, poundkecper 'WANTED. WTANTED KNOWN-that J.U.' UtRiN is S is clearing out his Realy, and Own OP Made Boots and Shoes at unpreecdently low ! Spices,-lower even than Sandhurst m:prices. 1al Childrena riots almost irven away. Do:, t be .foget?ftnRES SIILLINGS'IN THE TOUND Saved ttuSm W ANTED K N OW N. A quantity of Galvanized Corrugated Ion slightly damaged, on Sale Cheap Lara Lime always on hand. ErIN RT BRANDT' TIMBER YARD & SAW MILLb, Ig emien -4igh street, Sandhurst ci Stil \V7 ANTED X NO W N. L GEO. ADAMS is the only Authorised to AGENT in KERANG and District for the rn Celebrated SINGER'S Sewing . Machines. E Shuttles, Needles, Cottons, Oils, and Dupli-: cates, alway on hand. -Repairs done. Lessous given. -Time payments. W ASTE PAPER for Sale. 'Apply oEce o - this pape...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 10 May 1878

pROFESSIONATL. g . WRIXON, SOLICITOR, &c., OF TIIE SOURTS OF VICTORA AND EW SOUTH WALES SOLICTORI FOR TII SWAs IHILL S.mer CosN?CI), and a 3IeISIOYER of theSUPIRE31 COURTS iclori, Sonth Australia, & New Zealand, lCtVior Taking Allldavite, &e. CE.PALL 3ALL, SANDIIUTT ST. ructions can be left with Mr. 0. E. Al t, Kerang. MRS A. SIIELLEY, pIL OF M31 BUDDEE, GS to announce that she gives instruction on the Pianoforte, at her residence, Ke rang. Terms moderate. S HOTELS. ERAENG 1O TEL. )HN CULLEN, PROPRIETOR. A WIsES AND SPIRITS IN STOCK. e Ac?onmmodation for Travellers. Civility and moderate charges. - C AVERNER, COMMERCIAL HOTEL, I KERANG, GS to notify that through the Inarge in crease in businesshe is now making large d tionstoBis premises, and willcontinue to y first class hotel accommodation. RIDGE HOTEL, UPPER KERANG. SM'INTYRE, PROPRIETOR. ?t-class Accommodation. Good stabling. Best Brands of Wines and Spirits and Fi Ale and Porter kept for customers. L B E...

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STRAY JOTTINGS FROM SLEEPY HOLLOW. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 10 May 1878

STRAY JOTTINGS FROMH SLEEP'Y HOLLOW. (FROM: AN OCCASION&.L CORRESPONDENT) After the severe manner I have been treated by the editor who clipped off my reply to the Mr Mor:rison's letter re sly grog selling, when I stated that he was not the guilty party hbut a namesake of his in Sandhurst was; and also the severe chastening one of our great. and much looked up to shire councillor dealt out to me through these columns, I have a great di.fidence in again venturing to send you a paper. "With very much pleasure all here read your report oatthlate ecouncil meeting, when Councillor Kelly spoke so strongly about his being absent from two or three meetings. None of his constituents here for a moment thought that any financial consideration would prevent his attend nnce at council tablo,and many here know only too well that sickness had kept him away, at least on one ocassion. With great pleasure we have read of his re covery. We have heard much for some time back about compulsory ed...

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DURHAM OX. T[?] [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 10 May 1878

DURUs.1 O' "fraox oor o? o tCý tOur ScoolB sardof at mined Ihat the coot o d I lucatio At shall e o80 far a9 this district in C S speijial meetihn held on there asn a full cttnd bars of the Boare, d c teachers, the summe and irl also present) received er ceed at. ona aaiant thole goardinns.who set sC litOl boon freely prorided far the U1d1r their control, s SC r to an e sehool. Oae not tn the Board were in faor those who had failed to seoi the reqaired number of ti t some discuasion it war dee;1, maj ority to proceed with the cases of n'glec: rest, in0, when eassmples are 0ircn in it will hIave a benesicial et and preolu le the necessit oe I hope for the sake of thp that in elch case a Ihoora forced, and a salutar lessna tn who disrogsrd a wholeso Board appears to hare had Oeg fused into its proceedings. members have been in the remiss in attendinC the mr several meetings lan's q forum. Two or t.eir ": foited through :.on-,:, members eleeta? t ?i:: gentleman who h'i L.u r department...

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[?]AN HILL SHIRE COUNCIL MONDAY, MAY 6. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 10 May 1878

rJ HILL SnIE COUNCIL I -1 t ,?.0n 0D tl GT. tCr it : m. Present- n S ir ialonald), cd Crt Booth, r'n?., a1r mtwk nd Irwin. at r then pf rioris meetinsgwtere E cto rcd. of ? ot:. Ali" e Insurance Com Sa r larantee policy of fir c re ?t ' c ie. ,o by d Jackso, a, soliciting order - t ea rrick Terrick Common, st a; t of chequel ?Received. tlt S o es , et0planiti why his Co l. 4s;ertdGrneral, acknowledging th f n IaUnion tilting ffor post oflice o she i atd lsnfrrkrinston hlolel. 'The th lto: consider the ltter atisfhactrye ' n ts a o Inpectors of slaughter ap 11 San e ll and Cowana- a i 1urtll, i ring tihe Council, in , itheir separating the oflices of o t En er, to i transferred from th ol cnti"orhit to Secretary, thereby de - r delay is caflling for applicationso orr ifor con-dcrti t lon u th r Cierk. S;Lrdhrtw , re tree plant. m ?' t~, thero is no Government sub- ha :,', n platn ; nIr i, trees are planted de of feet; cost of plant, Is m d-i a Is, t; r?ieoing, 3s; holes ssunk 4 ie f ...

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SWAN HILL HOSPITAL CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 10 May 1878

SWAN HILL HOSPITAL CONCERT.. [iROx MO OWN CORR05PONDENT1 A concert in' aid of tlhe funds of our only local charity was held in theState school on Thursday evening, 2nd inst., and in spite of very inclement weathe:, was most numerously attended, the hall being densely packed, not even standing room being obtainable at the time appointed for the concert to com mence. Mr W. Wood, J.P., having made a few remarks appropriate to the occasion, introduced Miss Mathers,. who treated the audience to a piano forte solo entitled " Irish Quadrilles." :Although the piece itself possessed but little merit as a pianoforte recital, yet under the manipulation of so accom plished a pianiste thoroughly ".took," and was loudly applauded. Miss Alice Wood then sang "Clarine," which she rendered most prettily, this lady having an extremely powerful voice, and of great compass, but which occasionally seems rather to get beyond even her powers of control. " All that glitters is not gold" was then giveri by M...

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NEWS AND NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 10 May 1878

NEWS AND NOTES. The Royal commission on the closed roads held its first meeting at the Parliament Houses on Tuesday week,Messrs Langridge, Richardson, A. T. Clark, A. L. Tucker, Barr, Graves, and Hunt, Ms.L.A.; being present. The business transacted was of a formal and preliminary character. Mr A. | L. Tucker, M.L.A., was appointed chairman of the commission. Upon the motion of Mr Langridge, the secretary,Mr Smyth, was instructed to obtain from the Government a room in the Treasury-buildings for the exclusive use of the commission when in Melbourne. The next meeting was fixed for the following Tuesday, when Mr Skene, the Surveyor-General,will be called upon to give evidence, and to produce the plans of the various surveys throughout the colony, including the parish plans recently made in compliance with a return ordered by the Assembly upon the motion of the Ilon. George Ifiginbotham in 1875, and which show the districts where the proclamation of roads by the Berry Administration du...

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TO SWAN HILL AND BACK. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 10 May 1878

TO SWAN HILL AND BACK. (BY OUR TRAVELLING REPORTER.) BUSiness requiring my presence at Swan Hill, I started with a companion on Friday about mid-day with a buggy and pair. The rain of the previous night having made the roads very cloggy, we carried a considerable por tion of soil along on our wheels which made the pulling heavy for our steeds. SELections on both sides, some fenced and others in course of fencing were duly passed. We sighted Reedy Lake on our right, the water showing through the reeds which grew to a height of some 10 feet, and formed a fringe all round the bank. Leaving the lake be hind us, and journeying on through a country of a similar character, we at length reached a species of dry lake completely covered with thistles,which must have sent a glorious crop of this tle down floating to the four winds of heaven. Crossing these we sighted Lake Charm to our right, and pulled up in a few minutes in front of Johnny Scantleton's Kangaroo Inn. Host Scantleton soon appea...

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