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IMPOUNDINGS [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 17 May 1878
IMPOUNDINGS Ec?ac--Tmpcunded at Echuca, 2SthApril, t hr Win. Ilicks--Trespass Id. Iron grey mere, I ewitch tail, 0 off shoulder. If not claimed, and expenses paid. to be sold on 29th May, 178. George Jamieson, poundkeeper. It is probable that Parliament will not ba assembled until the second week in July. Fridayvs (to day) Gazette illi contain a notifirati ,n of a further prero pation, the date of which hba not been definitely fixed. But the opening of tl.o next session will take place on the data hbore named. The nomination papers of Meessrs J G Francis and J. Crian. have been Io iged i with the returning officer at Worrnam-- 1 hool. These are the only candidates no? rinated. An attempt is being made at Echura to establish the Wednesday half - holiday movement. A tfr J Pierce died in the IBendigo Hospital on Wednesday. from an orer dose of chlorodine. A correspondent sends the Reco'der the following: About a week silce the skeleton remains of a man known as Scotty was found in one ...
IMPROVEMENTS IN KERANG. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 17 May 1878
IMPROVEM1EERIS I\ KERINO. -These past few weeks considerable improve ment has taken place in the appearance of this town. Numerous buildings are be erected in all directions Quite a mania for building seems to have affect ed the public. The great drawback to the now rapid development of the town is the difficulty of procuring building materials. Bricks are scarce, and timber from the bad state of the roads is not to be had in aqy quanti ties. Mn ALPRED ENGLAND.-We have been informed that through the exer of Mr Biristow Mr England has promised to give an acre of land as a building site for the Mechanic's Insti tute, contingent on iroo being raised towards a buikline fund. There should be no difficulty in raising this amount in such a flourishing district as this. The position of the land is across the end of Victoria street. Doubtless the the members of institutewillbe stirring themselves and raise the amount amount so as to secure the land so generously offered by Mr England. A DAST...
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. London, 12th April. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 17 May 1878
LATEST INTELLIGENCI. (FRaoM THE AnRus CORRESPONDENT.) Londcn, lath April. Avery successful experiment has been made at Malta in rendering nu gatory the effects of the White-liead torpedo. Utanadian officers are o'ering their services in large numbers to the Brit ish Government. - A serious riot occurred at the Liver pool Sailor's Home, on the 2nd, it was owing to the dullness of trade. Many black sailors are in port, and cannot get employment. As numbers of whites were being shipped, the blacks coc strong ttacked them, and the riot was only ended by the arrival of a large body of police. Many of the seamen were seriously injured An article contributed by Prince Jerome Napoleon to the Revice D-ex; Aflrndes has caused much sensation. It attributes the isolation of Fran e in 1870 and 7r to the clericalism, and asserts that had it not been for the ra pid advance of the Prussians and the persistant refusal of the Emperor prom pted by the clerical party to evacuate Rome, both Austria and ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 17 May 1878
1'ROFESSIONAL. II. WRIXON, SOLICI'IOR, &c., OF TIIE E31E COURTS OF VICTORIA A.ND PR l SOUTH WALES (SOLIcITOR FOR THE SWAN IIILL SinE CoasmL), and a 5ltsIlO ER of theSUPRE3M COURTS ictori?oth Au7dtrlia, & Tew Zealand, forTaking Atlldavit-, &c. ICE-'ALL MALL, SANDIIURST. trctios can be left with Mr. C. E. Al t, KSera . 3ImS A. SHELLEY, ' pIL OF 3[R BUDDEE, T a to announce that shegives instruction an the pianoforte, at her residence, Ko Terms moderate. HOTELS. ..--- - IjANG 1 OTEL. HIN CULLEN, a PROPRIETOR. SWINES AND SPIRITS IN STOCK. J Accommodation for Travellers. Civility and moderate charges. J. W. 'AVERNER, COMMERCIAL HOTEL, KF.RANG, GS to notify that through the large in crease in busioess he is now making large ions to his premises, and will continuo to first class hotel accommnodation. RIDGE "HOTEL, UPPER KEIIANG. ). M'INTYRE, PROPRIETOR. at-elas? Accommodation. Good stabling. "s lBrands of Wines and Spirits and Fi le and Porter kept for customers. Lt ...
SIR MICHAEL HICKS-BEACH. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 17 May 1878
SIR MICHAEL, HIOKS.BEACH. Th following .kezch is from ,May Fair: -We have left to the. last rne other of Mr Diraeli's yondn, men. We have done so not biecsnne we think 1-ast o: the pros pects of Sir Michael Hicks-Beach, but be-anaue we believe most. Mr Disraeli did not. as in other na-es. adapt an un fr'itred r lfeis! when, it: 1S71, ht offered Sir M1ichael Hfc'c'-Bc-eh the Chief See retnry-hip for Irelnar,d. The yetrng Glsucc'ter-hlir hbron.t had bhen P.r. liamentarv Secretary to thl Poor orw l,-&lt;' du'ing that brief teram of consR, ratiro .?eeni.ancry r.hirh prcerded the great ave .ot filerai er.thu;iaets rha' ptacel Mr Gladstone in on impregnable p ition He had neither time' nor op portunity t o1show his mettle in 1868. But as Chief Secretary for Ireland. he has had opportunities of which he has fully rasiled himself. There is, perhaps, no po;t in the Cabinet, saie that of Home Secretary, which entails more difficulties than does that of the rhief S. cretaryva;p for Ire...
[?]ATER AND VENTILATION, WITH [?] AS TO THE DISPOSAL OF [?] AND REFUSE MATTER. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 17 May 1878
SLTER AN'D VEITILATIOX, WITIi . TO TI TE DISPOSAL OF -. A.ND RIEFUSE .MATTER. , di- r., of scrc and refuse . c yest inport nee in a yV i . vi tw:. Iht any napol,,g for ob -e s:lj. 's on the public notice Sr.: r:r-o::i. 1b considlred tnneces . ile I . i!s ::t"::lan ; pon ful water ?. ýt i i. and reckies- dis'ributo.n -n. g, , r W'IU eltr. are Io ura. S":-: totof.t-l to nnei.rate :',, if a d . on c'.not fail to :'r ir:ov" c lic ieh. f , v, ieel ,re' frm any con. : '' " r. ao it rea.s the erth, ''-o v puri , and this being : ':,es -oure of our supply, it e. ipornt Die care aho ld be to i.?.,t i are. That obtained from ; . from ga ranised iron, '.: ': hing' es Tiii latter is vry . 'a colorin? matter tannin, S: ?r. P . it a very offeor ive " - ' ?''. t fit Ce u etfit for domestic i - .5 .,V a trc. of zinc t :':s .; tLis is uinimp *rtant, and is i';;, a :, 11t: rv? el that from gal "" i nt ju ioos. I prefer .! ove b round to those with en s Arfc. a I hino if thev r. ;,. in w)''o painted w...
EUSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 17 May 1878
EUSTON. "FRO55 OUR 0OWN COrgPOD15r .T The weather lately has been very pleasant, but a little rain just now would bea.o great ,advanta,. The grass is coming on only in patches on both sides of the- river. ,: This shows unmistakably the evil of over stocking the runs, and how much they require either rest or- cultivation to put new life into it, so as to produce something more than half starved sheep. A trip down the Murray would surprise many to see such a vast extent of country,well qualified to grow wheat, lying idle, having been over fed with sheep. Hun dreds ol miles with no si.n of human ity but a miserable hut to be seen oc casionally; and this upon land with a splendid water frontage, with steamers passing wanting frieght. All these frontages are held by a few capitalists or large squatters, who employ scarcely anylabor, but take alloutol theland they can get. The small towns like Euston looks wretched and miserable. as if the Russians had passed through with all the horrors ...
TO SWAN HILL AND BACK. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 17 May 1878
TO SWAN-HIL'L.AND BACK. (BY OUR TRAVELLING REPORTER.) The residents of Swan Hill are very &nbsp; fond of their township. They believe t, and will swear by it. They are a &nbsp; happy contented lot. Nothing troubles &nbsp; them. They let the world wag. They &nbsp; read all the papers, know everything &nbsp; that is going on in the world, A politi &nbsp; cal crisis or a European war does not &nbsp; disturb them equanimity, nor ruffle &nbsp; their placididity. Generous to a fault &nbsp; they differ from Victorian colonists &nbsp; considerably. Of course they have a hobby horse, but it is one they can all &nbsp; ride. Doubtless individually they have &nbsp; each one, independently of that which the whole town rides. A visi &nbsp; tor soon discovers this town nag; it &nbsp; is one that will bear inspection, and of &nbsp; which the riders may be justly proud. &nb...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 24 May 1878
WANTED: W AN ED KNOWN that J. H.URFN is is clearing out his Resly. and Own Made Boots aid Shoes at unl.recedei.tly low p ices.-lower even than S'silhurst pi eat Childrens BMnts almo-t rivn aw.ay. Do foaget THREd SHILLINGS IN TIili POUND Saved tu5m W A N T E D. KNOWN. A quantity of Galvanized Corrusated Iron alightly d'smaged, on Sale Chenp Lan Lime always on hand. .EIUNl-P HSANDT TIMIBIR YARD & SAW 3MILL, emicn High street, Sandhurst SANTED . KNOWN. GEO. ADAMS is the only Authorised AGENT in KEItANG and District for the Celebrated. SINGElR'S Seing lMachinesa. Shu:tlee, Ne-isles, Cottons, Oils, and Depli cates. always on h.nd. Repairs done. Lessens biven. Time pay.neuls. SHIRE ADVERTISEMENTS. Shire of Swan lill. NT CE. I 'ENDERS will be Ibc ivel IIp to MO310NDAY, 1 rhe 3rd day of J NE, 18:8, at NOUN,. for- - 1. Clearing 1 chain wide about 4 mile of roa. between Kerang anl the brice kilns - 2. Clearing road 20 feet wide between Swan uHI and Waitehie, from 15 to 20 miles 5. Ere...
THE LATE COACH. TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERANG TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 24 May 1878
THIE LA1TE COAQf. To -Ts EsTrron OF TIE KERAtG IfluS Smn,-A letter appeareo in your aInst issue signed "One Who Knows,' rtf.rring to the late partnership between Mr 1l'Mahonn and myself ,The wrier stated that my I te partner put pounds into the concern to my pence. It is not necessary .to-give such a statement a Ideoial,nas it bears th- s'namp . f falsrhood or. the facnof it. Miy objecci. writing is simply to suggest to ihe writer to attend t, his on business, and leave mine alone -Yours. &c, W: O . Antl.TOr. Durham Ox, May 80.
A REQUEST. TO THE EDITOR OF THE KERANG TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 24 May 1878
A RiQUEST. ro , EDmio OF Tao XB A sno Tuims. .Sir,-Will you lindly give publicity'to the enalos.d renolution unnnimously. carried at a mceringofthie trulstees ofthe Church f England Building Committee hell to the 22nd inst. A otstotect of receipts and expenditure will be ndvertird in the next assnu of the Tntas. Yo0rs - e., CE C ALB:tEcT. Hon Pec "Thnt n cordial votc of thanks be pa sed to thi ladices nd gentlemen wsh so kindl- as sisted at the ensers o- the Oh April loet'
LATEST INTELLIGENCE. London, May 22 [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 24 May 1878
LATEST i.l'TELLitG-NC9. (Fnor THEI AR12S CORRESPONDEST.) London, May 22 The debate in the House of Com mons on the movement of the Indian troops has been adjourned until Thursday, Sir John Holker, the At torney-General, instanced the existence and movement of the colonial fdoce , which justified the Government in moving the Indian troops, Mr Glad stone eloquently maintaining the pri vileges of Parliament. The negotiations between England and Russia are progressing favourably. SThe Government are determined to repress the obstruction of the Irish members, and a motion is pending on the subject. A member once warned will be compelled to keep silence dur, ing the current sitting. 'The Australian cricketers played Nottingham on May: 22. .The firstl innings of Nottingham closed for 53. S Selby with 66 made the top score. The Australians in their first inniingsi have four Wickets down for 46. There was alarge attendance on the ground, and considerable interest was shown in the match
POISON BY SNAKEBITE. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 24 May 1878
POISON By SNA lEBIrr Slea n IFrom one of the latentn u 5, f Na uree ,hat the iu jt therist ask bitre cntinnues ro te ollonil on rf I men of ecietce botaein iteli ,nd Irdiat . Areorditt to a Paper m tefore hie Rojal Jocirty by pI- rooj h venom of Osa'la J onPO ns COO l Pill 3,r cent at most of the p risonop pit; and the problem for chemii omlhe is hrw to change its COlupi ititi pombinn waih some obther sub: to as to render it ittsolutle l the 6l1n It han been a ifactoriy areertet t It lhe actriity of the cobra onit, c diministie.l by the hydroc lorie at in a stil: tgreater derne by pCr cn ride. But neither of thase aeent I the ame eflect on the pn on anter-os h-fore it enatel I the ny tem. Yreert1 I-as. when the pisti:oum cnlhr:d.p i, j cted at the sane pinyt bit a Om, t more de'ply than ithe virus, a to painm intwardsn. the pnotan Ogl' in enatnet with the pli:inutm hi is aideralmly prolinted." FzpeePn Ot these are satistrectory, n.tsoRma 4ac ctunt of what they peform, ae o'sit they ...
BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH Sandhurst. Thursday, 6.30 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 24 May 1878
BY ELECTREC TELEGIRAPII (FfRo OUR OWN CORRE-PORDENT) Sandhurst, Thursday. 6 30 p.m. Mr Farrell's resigiationii was senit in to day. Professor Pearson has decided to stand for Castlemaine. The Minister of Puiblic Works is expected to put 150 men on the drain age of the lands at the old butts site, Emerald Hill, to-morrow. He has also given orders for the employminerint of double the number of inasons at thlie laid coutis, and of plasterers on thie Parliament House contracts. Chin Kit,- Chinese interpreter, was charged at the Police Court bhere to day' with obtaidning six pounds fromi Josph aind Co.,n-oney leriders,;iBull sti';Ht e.;was, remanded till Mon day.: ,le is supposed to have obtained fivre or six hundred pounds fronm thliemn by.sbm' means: `Bail refused.
BALL AT MACORNA. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 24 May 1878
BALL: A'P MACOilNA. A grand ball and supper, on behal of Sr. Mary's Presbytery, Echuca, was held in the WVoolshed on Friday last For some time back the ball has been looked forward to with great interest by the fair portion. of the community. not only by those living in the immne= diate neighborhood, but also those in the surrounding districts. A ball is not of every-day occurrence, and con sequently when they do take place, they are sure to attract attention It is at such gatherings as these that all can meet on terms of social equality; all inharmonious topics are bamnished by mutual consent. At these gather ings all can enjoy themselves, though the young perhaps more, especially. A ball with many is an event in their life. Ladies are generally considered to be more fond of attending balls thani gentlemenn; it gives them ample opportunity of displaying theminselves that otherwise they cannotattain. ,The ball in questioni, from whatever stand point it may.be viewed must be pro noun...
SELECT POETRY. SONG. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 24 May 1878
SELECT POETRY. SONG. = The roses of spring-time are blossoming fast The fields wear a garment of green, The dark clouds of winter are hurrying past And now they no longer are seen. But over us both the great arch of the skies Is bathed in the'beams of the sun, And love as I look in thy beautiful eyes, I feel that my summer has come. The noontide's deep splendours that fall on our home.. The few fleecy clouds far above, The wind from the south that delights here to roam, All nature seems bright as our love, Noopeningbud, but the queen of all flowers That turns its fair face to the sun, And love in this latest amid happiest Iour, I feel that my summer has come.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 24 May 1878
pnOPESSiONAL. 31R II. WRIXO N, 0LClITONt, &e., OF TiHE CPrE3E 9COURTSOF VICTORIA AŽND 5 NEW OUTHr 7WALES ýSoitioO FR' TrEl Sw.a. lHu.i. otui: (C'oUtCII.), ndt a COIMISSIOSElR oTlthcSUPREMB COURTS `pV;ctorie. So15 Tint tainl. &tg wZeoanud, for Tol itg Allidtvitq, &A. OFFICE l'PALL MALL, SANlILUIIST. Inltruction" can be left with 31r. C. E. Al trclit, lKeran'. Ii MRS A. SIHELLEY, T ULPIL OF 3.It 13UDDEE, EGS to anlnounce tlhat shegives instruction on the innoforlte, at her residence, Mo l Teas modlerate. I OTELS. SN.IOTEL. J. OHIN CULLEN,1 PROPRIETOlR. to ST WINES AND SPIRITS IN STOCK. j ol Aconunodaltion for Travellers. Civility enl itoderite charges. J. W. I'AVERNER, COMMERCIAL HOTEL, JKLn.uw, EGS to notify that itiroueg the large in creme in business ie is now making largo inti tolhis premises, Olnd will continue to ply irt class hotel necoiuiodation. II RIDGE HOTEL, I sti IT iPIER KERAXG. C M'INTYRE, PROPRIETOR. ijot-cls Acconnodation. Gcod stabling. Bes: r...
The Kerang Times AND SWAN HILL GAZETTE. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. KERANG, MAY 24, 1878. [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 24 May 1878
AsN SwAS HILLr GAZETTE. PLDLIII CD' WEELTY.: KERANG, tAY 24, a87S, HoLIDAr.-To-day being the anni versary of the Queen's Birthday, will be observed a public holiday in the banks and public offices. MECHANICS: LNSTITUTE ---DoIations towards the erection of a suitable building for a Mechanics' Institute are coming in freely, showing thereby the importance of such an institution in the opinion of those contributing. To ad dition to the site offerel ;to the com mittee by Mr:England, MiWiaiterstrom and iMr J. Lullen haive also offered sites to the committee for the erection of, a building The difficulty of the com mittee now is to decide:ýwhich offei they inmust de line, and. not as lBefore where to get a block. TO-NIGHw's CONCERT. The concert and dance to be held in the Kerangl Hall to-night promises to be a great success. Tickets are betng rapidly; disposed of, there being only afew left.' The performers ,-have been in active rehearsal during tlie week. -lThle ser-j y.vices ,ofda effic...
BISHOP THORNTON'S VISIT TO DURGAMOX [Newspaper Article] — Kerang Times and Swan Hill Gazette — 24 May 1878
BISH-OP TlHORNIOSs VIii TO - IUlt~l-\tI OX Ot Friday, %t y 17th a very large alnd sue ce-oeful gattering was hbd in lthe Pre.byterihn OChurh at Durham Ox, in promation of the t hurch of Eagland in the district. Tea was eerve.l at Lalf pnst fire o'clock, the table being furihed with abundant provi-on 6f the very best ki d. The fo lowing Iladies s.tpplied tables, I or aranged for theln :-lcsad.ms Broiokb anks Itughes, KinopMsanekto, and G. 31yles. TLe bachelors provided a table presilcd over by toe Miasea s ornisjon. At a quarcter ta ei ht his lordship the B:shop attended, and a pul c meeting was held at which fir lyle-., J.P.presided. Mr layhow, I reader in the .tdjoining district of the Bel- j bourne diocese. who ftom timn to time conducts services i' the Church and Mr 0 Ryland, per fo.med wi h taste on the cabinet oran, and sevr. l asired prce were sunt with effect by t:eass Ryland, and she Misses Shreridaa and Jan's. Junra. The Chaitman spoke briefly, explaining, the a circumlstun...