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SCRAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 30 June 1887

SCRAPS. Young girls now generally wesr the hair oombed from the nape of the -neck and twisted, the ends formed into one or more knots on the top of the head, the front in neat curls.. The more natural the coiffure looks, the.more fashionable. The most fashionable frilling for dresses at the present moment Is a strip of ribbon with purl edges doubled in snob a way that both the purlinge show. These are tacked in straight to the cuffs and collars of gowns. Some of the soft ailke, out on the bias.in light tones, pink, blue, and cream, are used for the same purpose, but ribbon is the noveltyof the seaon. 'Some really admirable speaking was beard at Exeter hall at the sixth annual meeting of the Women's Union of the Churobh of England Temperanoo Society. Among the speakers was Mrs. Temple, the wife of the Bishop of London, who spoke most el oJioently. The Princes Beatrice's Jubilee present to the Queen Is to consist of a tiny miniature of the late Price Consort, which will be enclosed in...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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ORANGE RECIPES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 30 June 1887

ORANGE RECIPES. OnAxoN JMLLY.-Grate the rinds of two lemonD and three oranges. Cut the fruit in half and extraot the pulp. Remove the pips, and boil the grated rinds of both fruits and orange pulp together for twenuy minutes with a pint ofwater. Strain through a fine solve, and return to the pen I ad ltb. of finely.pounded loaf eugar, the juoie of the two lemons, and when all has boiled for another twenty minutes, remove from the tire, and stir in two ounces of diesolved gelatine. Put while warm, and ahen ould cover with brandied popers. Oa&xoa AnD Lemov JIlnc won Conra - Orange or lemon.juoe,. stralued and boiled with an equal weight of loaf.sugar. and then bottled and corked olonely, will prove an agreeable and valuable addition to gruel fortovalide. Time, fifteen minute to boil ; suffalent, a de..est-spoonftl of le?ou-Juioe to half a pint of gruel. OaAu- aE-ArmA JrTar.-In making apple jelly, a pleasing variety may be nmade a follows :--Bil tile apple juice and the anuger ...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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A Monitor Gem. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 30 June 1887

A Monster Gent. The GlantTopas (Kateena Lienna), "Light of the Soe," in the Teasmniao native dialeott which was on view for neaily three monhbs at the Melbourne Echlbituon.huiliiug, nd' also for some days ic the window of a well-known sharehroker in' Oolins eruet, bha at length obouged hand., asld ii lost to these colonies by bucomine the proUntrty, by purUchase, of BIryn. Wr'ight, and Co., dealers in gem stones, lsgent stroet, London. This eaor mnuo gosnmtone, which weighed no less than 41b 1)?o aeovirdl'oi, was discovered by Mr S. H. Wintle, F.L.S . on his tin mine at the   east coast of Tasmania, in 1882, and was uni versally allowed to, be the largest topaz having the true crystallise structure known in the world. Owing to the commissioners of Victorian court of the Anglo-Indian Exhibition, refus- ing to admit it into their court, the court of New South Wales readily -affrorded it space,   and from this ciro?nenssunc is was: regarded hy.buudr,dasi thtsu...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 1 July 1887

JUTV PUMJSHED (NEW XDITO3) E d. m Oa Shmsig (post, stgaft extra) ln any tampe. DR. LA MEKT·S Work n " The Phye. I y of Marrtia" derlbeu bow the powem -mahood are lot or nupended, how t a, be re-invgoraed and maintaind atl an advanoad pmrod of lf, isf laatand to mnathm tbomsands om moa t lmport ble oteuin ratrd to whic y an athrh ?DOrMH. It alo etoob mBany d11l5 bLao uwd lntraetlou (driv I1 frooma lo? ad s0oon al praoda) for the eatmtent of the various disorder a?d?ia from het eUmates, edenta habit, or th follies and ldimetlonu of early life. Where a enret infirmity eufta, avoridag not only te happiness of one if, but ale that of othrw ren and moralit diotate Stheb oeslty of its remoal for t b a ohe ov ot tha prematur d4ale of tbhe rom nrm.Inho? d, mtrimnls miho w iono gle ie, loami l ud paba dou tyr te., re their moore lna ematu i on aumar ocoue the germ of whobk h Splated in early life, and the bitter frUa It?ted t ?ao A OUWArratwA The above work my b obtained by p" from Dr. LA MER...

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FATAL ACCIDENT IN A SAWPIT. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 1 July 1887

FATAL ACCIDENT IN A SAW- PIT. On Wednesday morning Mr. William Parker held a magisterial inquiry at the School-house, Osler's Creek, Walhalla. toiuobing the death of Michael Connellr. The deceased was working at a sawpit, near the new Government bridge, Bran ton, on Monday afternoon, when a log, several tons weight, caused the piles to give way. The log fell on the deceased, and he could only be released by the aid of a acrew-jack. Besides one of his legs being broken, he was frightruily crushed about the chest and head. Death occured near Osler's Creek when be was being carried to Toongabbie. A verdict.of accidental death was re turned. - The deceased Jas a wife and grown-up family living at Lygon-Btreet, Carlton. A AliieK'-fill of snow has occurred ato Kiandrn.' The ground'was covered to'a *deptli of6;'" -,( 1.f

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 1 July 1887

i Advice f, rom Sierr Leone up to June 2 say that native warriers, under three chiefs, invaded the British settlemenrts, pillaging and burning villages en route, torturing and .killing the natives and ;nbabitants, and takini 300 prisnnore. hey laid siege to the French factory at Slymet. and the English factpry .at lianoiah for four days, lhen they a tered., o the a?ival of 'the' guntoiat Icarns.

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SHEPPARTON RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 1 July 1887

SiEPPARTON RACES. The winter niectingof the Sheppaiton Turf Club Was held on Wednesday,h nd' considering the bitterly cold weather the attendance was very fair, about 1500` people being on the course, the racing being geierally-very quiet. The follow-: ing e the the results of the various events:- URDL. R, -ACE. Sir John oore ... ...(Parker) 1 Feetrader ... ....(Kilpatrick) 2 Saladin ... . . (Murphy) 8 Ava, Tallyho, and Gladiator' also started. Sir John Moore wase the fa vourit,, and won in a canter. BELLINGO RACE. Corles .. :.. ... (Warke) 1. Jack ... ... ... (Simmons) 2 Grace Darling:.. ` ... (M'Namara) -8 Snowdrlp, Hard Times, 'aid Happy. Jack also ran:: Capital finiah. Won by.a head. JuiNE HANDICAP. !-. Little Jack ;... ... (Simm6on6) 1 rojan ... . .. ... (Yatse) 2: Verbena ..... .. (Farrell) 8 3Meerechaum, Lord Harry, aed$Snsa Souci also ran.. Little =Jackr' wa the favourite aid Won ensilUy HANIICAP ; TROT. Talk ....... ...(Straton). 1. Happy Jack .. (Williatls) 2 Black Angel ....

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PRODUCE REPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 1 July 1887

:IOYMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. t PRODCS: REPORTS '' The produce market for the pat week has S:' :" bee rathber brlask. The prices remaining at ast qeotatios: Messrs WillIams and Co. report the market as follow:--Wheat, BS. 8d ; Barley, 4e l(od;good samples, oats, from as 4d to a d. The followleg are the consignees now Iing at the Tatua railway station : J. S. Smith, Halkyard, Sheehan, C. Grover, J. Crawford, A. Parker, Doherty, Faragher, A.Hatty, J, Hogan: Smith, T. Hogan, WIEI goun, Hamilton and Gleeson, D. L?.tcliffe Parcels-Kinsetl, Anderson, W, Hogan, Tait, Donohoe, Rooney, Collie, Pavey, M. Walahe, Johnson oand Forge, Jarrolan, J. OtNiell. 3 trucks of sheep, 5 do. straw The National tortgage and Agency Com pny, (tlmld.,) report having sold privately sring week ending 7th May, 1887, 7486 bags of produce, vis.:-Wheat, Be 10id to Sa ld ;four, A8 7s to £9; oats, cape, 2 4d to 2s 6d; feed, 2s 741 to 2s 10d ; milling, S ; barley, feed, 2s 10d to Ss 'ld; malting up to B d ; pease, I,6d to ...

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New Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 1 July 1887

New Time eTablle. Trains leave Tatura 6.40 a.m. and 4.20 p.m.; arrives' at 12.1 p.m. and 8.26 p.m. North-Eastern train leaves Mel bourne 6.40 a.m. and 2.55 p.m.; arrives in Melbourne at 11.16 a.m. express from Seymour, and 10.15 p.m. ordi nary. Goulburn Valley trains arrive at Seymour 9.10 a.m. and 6.47 p.m., and leave Seymour for Melbourne 9.88 a.m. and 7.58 p.m. ,

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WE SHOULD BLOT OUT DISEASE IN ITS EARLY STAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 1 July 1887

WE S8UOULD ,LOr OUlt DLS EASE I 'ITS EARLY STAGES. .The disease connoences witHl: slight derangement of the stomach, .but, if neglected, it in time ijlvolved the whole frame, embracing the -kidneys, liver, pancreas, and in fact the entire glandular system; and the afflicted drag, out a tmiserable existence until death gives relief from suffering. The disease is often mistaken for other complaints; but if the reader will ask himself the following questions he will be able to determine whether he himilf . the afflicted ;,-.Have I distress, pain, or difficulty in breathing after eating? In there a'dull, heavy feeling, attended by drowsiness? ;Have the eyes a yellow tinge? Does. a thick, sticky mucous gather about time gums and teeth in the mornings, accompanied by a disagree able taste? Is the tongue coated? Is there pain in the sides and back ? Is there a fullness about' the right side as if tlie liver were enlarging? Is there costiveness? Is there vertigo or dizzi eness when irising ...

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RODNEY SHIRE COUNCIL MONDAY, 27th JUNE, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 1 July 1887

RODNEY SHiRK COUNCIL + .+--+ :':+:, + ' MONDAY, 7i JtUmi 1887. ,. Present:-Cr.. Baldwin :(in , the chair), Groves, Brown Lsacsteur, Drium, Cook and Patterson. :. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed.l. From J. R. Wootton,: rqbestiag that' Monday, the 4th of July, be proelaimed a public and bank holiday. for the Tatlra Races.-Attended to by the Secretary. From the : Under-Treasurer, far warding voucher for'. £210 on sacoont of publicane' lioenae.--Received.- L From Secretary' Public' Werke De partment, forwarding' Gasette notice of the boundaries of the' Shires of Waran~g and Rodney.--Received. . From Secretary of the Echuca and Warangs Water, Trust, ,acknowledging receipt of £908 2a 10d for the'second Smoiety of the Water .Rate.--Rceived. From the Secretary Sheppartono' and ·ooroopna Tu.r: Clubs, asking that Wednesday,. the 27th June, he pro claimed a p~jilie holiday.-No action. From .cet'.for Railways, aeknow lodging receipt of letter sw refreshment rooms at....

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MURDEROUS ATTACK AT WALHALLA. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 1 July 1887

MqPDErPOUS ATTACK AT iv WAHALLA.I :. Efrly on Sunday morning an Italean wood-cutter, n.oned Dominicio Ballarus, made a murdunlte attack with an txe on a fellow-countryman, James Rlinallo, inflictig' sgEre:.itl'angeronu wodndn, on0, on the Ifat'tili*h being' l . 4 'ong.. with i piece.of 'the th gb bone cbhpped off. The ocial cheeaist, in the .absence of Dr. *Ga lb!e in.. Melliou.ne, -stitcled up the w~unda; ?anditsi"ijued mli trunw ties fat SBrookkes' Hotel. ' Mounted-;oriAt'bi. Knott arrested Dallat;, aid .he wais bio?tgbt-up to-day . before "Mr- Prkear, 4J.P., and remanided notilWednriedary. - L?, :.,?,? ? ? ;= . ., ..:

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 1 July 1887

Notices. A DVANCE otn WOOL, GRAIN, &':ci &., STOCK, STATIO' N 'RO-' "DUCE of all kinds. -' ! . Iewi Zealand Loan anid M'kei-cantile ýi ''A gency. Companyo, (Limited.)" •CAPTTAI .?? . 9....8,. ,000 TIESERVE FUND' ..* . - :ti :27.000 SMaike Liberal ,Cash Advanceston Slotion SCarities, lEnating Clips of Wooln'nl Grtoin,.c' FOR SALE inJ'EL43:RNE 'Oi SHIIPItIENT to ý:hl .Auction Sales of WoqJ:hlel reguliirl 'th.onnghout the senson. - Auction iSales of Tapnow, FTiti's Shop1,slkin,, Lenthe??tllr, ?cclee, ttiiie a week throughont the vedr f'";1 ..: "'" Auction Sales of Grain FlIour &c ibheld every Wednesday. DAVID ELp T ,?P anagcr. I. YOUNGH I AI,,AND, Wool and Prid'sce lirskgegr. -Melbourne Wool aad Grtnlii'Wiaehousee, Cdllins-street.West. Pianos. Pianos;- Organs. Organst I R. FU IG;.N V 84,Safitvttn"iitreet;; /, ;! (Four doors fd6m n ourke-stieet.),·.i Pianos by RJiwishi :h.Shieldmne5, Lipp, Aucher, Dord;' Sehroir,-.-;,Wiln.er,, .&c. Agent for thAe'celebrat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 1 July 1887

M` ' :at+nrlfool nrnrr nt t ,...n a~r :n r. ,,: u A:' 57." l ýId .1J{R~ mi týit } u, EirL LUAI A- igri 1,1(1071 7, 'l 1; f(!lt er' b 'f rii kyn ) «lu,"« of 1' d ~tilll' rntuP n'1' I.t1ll, 7 , ,r"e~o",'" _ (ir.J "1 i :nittrll , irl ýµ it ti .;J trtu tnr. rr ITid AA88ti.At 0ii ¶tit.IcI' ý ý I ii ting attention, and16V'?)y `b btain uble e ei uifo tfb a m O l p o t p ,., :·F d IBOARID.3Ur1utdJ r 0 PURL G= - .Y h4Spaull *~ r,:r ~ I e e i :}", O! 'ýAS OAd·. Io hViiat A't tle fia7Wdtflfteiil$f ý l rCýr putigtiýgen!rfthY ý, ,t.r CeO I,"~ i t z rTp aL `"ItOS~ AS HOGAN ·begb8 ntht^oble>tydn ntrli'týsQ ·I u bidgesndrdllr 010,6# t."qi"8rr I cdciiriadfotidoti iiu I. ot~o~erato t go 1asxer khdspecial itptio ti. B Mtjolaýinýust1i , ra: "t , ':1* idars. DII1UAIID It 1.11D dLl"sati s II 1st . 11wtfý'i.1, i," ,"f f ' I lý 'tithw11 - I 'L tRDS TAit'a· lil u it Ie g, 3 FI£ t lVI 1rr AT }'J2 .ni ofrSwh Jl n fliti -'" .U- f 1.057 .tohic,·uu i"; "f ' T dtiijti t, d i: F I R~-t tii'~,ý'.;' ý~ C±itý1M4Dl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 1 July 1887

For Sale. For Sale. P URE Purple Straw " SEED .J WHEAT, free from any mixture, may be had by applying to LEWIS BYRNE," - Baldwineville. Notices. MRS.- DUyFFY, Fashionable Dreasmaker, etc. In the Premises lately occupied by. Min. R. H.; BOYD. WAll Orders punctually attended to. T W EST B RO 8. GOULBURN VALLEY NURSERY, S MO O.RO OPA,. Hive a splendid lot of FRUIT TREES FOR SALE at 12s. per dozen. Oranges and Lemons 18s. per.dozen, £6. 10s. per 100, £55 per 100. Vinee, well rooted, wine va rieties, £7 per 1000 or.£1 per 100. Cuttings ditto,15s. per 1000. Choice table, raisins, (Gordo Blanco) and currant varieties, £10 per.1000, £1 6s per 100; 4s. per dozen. Cuttings ditto, 80s. per 1000. Shade and Shelter Trees, 78. 6d. per dozen, £2 10s. per 100. 1 gi Send for our priced Catalogue which containe useful hints on the selection did'ilanting of Oranges, Vines, .and Orchard fruits. Iessrs Knight Brposi .SEEDSBEN, NUItSERMEN, & FLORISTS, .S. AN DHUR ST. 'L : U AVE opened their. bran...

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The Kyabram Union. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. FRIDAY, JULY 1, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 1 July 1887

POBLISHUD ZVERT FRIDAT. FRIDAY?. JULY 1. 1887. It is rather trying for the readersof the Melbourne papers to fiiid that jest as there seemed to be. a prospect of thos.. journals recovering- from their extremely bad attack of Jubilee, they have con .tacted another wearisome complaint Deakinism-aggravated by symptoms o: Brassey Sunbeams. It is to be hoped that our contemporaries will soon suffer a recovery from the toad eating stage of tbeir malady. Once that is past, their complete restoration to a healthy tone should w:, be elected. There is a serious side to this, as to every other matter affecting the press of a country In this case it is the fact that while our leading dailies are wading to the neck in a fulsome sea of adulation for the powers that be, the members of the Coalition Government are quietly stuffing their own and their friends pockets, and lining their soft nests at the expense of the people, and there is not a single voice raised by any of the leading papers against...

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FRAGMENTS OF FUN. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 7 July 1887

t. 'tn "" FRAGMEN CS OF PUN. ; t seems to be an hlitorical fact that Kil. p?nny cats played at cross purr.puslle. .Anarchist Most declras that " liberty i a li?.' We don't see why he need be afraid of A married man remarks that the principal difeenoce between a man's hat and a woman's boanet is about 12doL .Thompson: " Suppoe a man should call S, liar, what should you do 2" Jones, tatrngly :d " Whatsied man 1"' - I' cot 935lduoL to load and discharge the .att iiimproved siege gun. But it kills a ,gwesa many people, so It is well worth the ,mloem ." iTioket Collector (to very teedy-looklng Individual, Just getting into a fet.clase car S(lgle) : " irst c?.u, airY' • Seedy Pasenge .,gai)::" Yese, thanks. Hw'e youreelt Y' ,.A.?lousn man out West was recently .,(.rnetetd for kissing a girl in church. ie ,abould have waited until the congregatson l. ed fallen aleep. .4 Its i. easerted that the Bell Telephone Com. oeny cleared 14dol. aret year on every dol. of 'eupaese, thuee ooDroting the...

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SOMETHING NEW IN ART. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 7 July 1887

"SOMETHING NEW IN ART. ' Itt:waa spiteful, bat spitefulness cannot be ,leqilated out of human nature. ""' I ' Did you heir that Mrs. Smith iI having ar piotae painted t'- . " Yon'don't say i That old thing I" " Ye.'indeed-painted in oil." " Well:Ij- neverI "In oil? If she ever riwanutsto have a good' likeness she'll have to be painted in vinegar.

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MISUNDERSTOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 7 July 1887

S.. K ISUNDERSTOO .' S:"Do you like lambst" he asked'her In n ' Mtoral voice, duribig a lull in the convere.s :,,ion. They had been discussing the charms of country life. .. . : . ' , .:;.L , No," shbe answerd,'"I don't like the ; ia?t ; ibrt I'm passionately 'fond of the l . ,

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"HAND PAINTED." [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 7 July 1887

" HAND PAINTED." d S' Boston young lady, in the hountry :." An 'id you realll paint the barm Yourself, Uncle 'Jamese " Uncle James i "Yes" : 'Boston young lady : " By hand r. ' Uncle James: "Sarti . , b :'.tBoston young lady, fetching her breath: " Think of it. a hand-painted barn I,' . 7

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