ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Kyabram Union Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 14,112 items from Kyabram Union, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
14,112 results
They Naver Come Back Agaia. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 7 July 1887

Tho Never Come Beok Again.. Oh, the daye. the day. or the desr old pa a., With lhbir blr..., their hos..., and psis My Is are 'reaped 'onrel the nreaae, " er they ewetr onme beth ng.iu Ob i my up wa bhrmmn wl b ohaur'ae dag .nd my Prity w". sunn an uler; 1 But lee meirow'er b .nks I II-k to-nlbL . Thb?ougb ithe l?a.Z'rg veil d a tear; .' Caome bro, aom, hal. letra days aie '.. With anu ..'., yeour blle.·.. and pale For ay heart droops ad e I ll relettnlog, or ose day.e ,l n'r Done ealu. ::? ,t ", on ths ebc tidn l fl.r ., y'h-hrk th.r u, Ihht and ;.y; led I wledi loner as the hr-uer bar rFoe ie 1Als to return thl w .y. Ah I neer mnree'l ebioo hbol ot me The ki?.8 ?-d bill e.of yoe; Fr I .ee 'yond the eote of et.r,.dty Thb rel end theb eh.downi ar. he, trwe. e'r. o t-a. rwth ul fond dalcthl. I oltlin he diarkne.e dreer; LAd the enorrow'e bi?nt, *1g4-1.1oo- - ' Thr.ue th le llmm'ring se al oa ·at. "' The worl|'se bright si of yeter..' and heartlre .,ns( iMob ant iry Bu- may esoel's ad...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A GREAT COUNTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 7 July 1887

SA:GREAT COUN tRY. .An rimhman,'writing to him wife,'who'wai .still in?'" ouldtreland." began his letter by; .?at•king -the, following nurprieing, state .It'. a foine counthrry Bridgey, an' no ,;?mitake. l've t(is day put phwat thbey call t:,a:inbhoorance on me loife, an' if I'd fall ,.down a ladder wid me hod an' break me neck "-. morry- betorr an' I'd get 25dol. a wake as long ue'm dead I It'. a foname country; thea. phrwat it is."

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 7 July 1887

bhe Parllament of Nova Bootie has ban.: disaoeuing a proposalby she Onlotlal Premiew that noless carrtaln ommertlal advaestao are granted by the DJmioino GJvuaament the colony ehnold seoede from the arraage msin with COnada. One speaker propo0e that steps shoold be taken to seek admledla into the United 8;ates. The dobaehu beet edj2oroed. Aivaoes received in Dundee state that'it North Iceland, whose population eubsiet. mostly on isb, lve persono have died: bis winter frozm sheer starvation, owleg is straits caused by the failure In the 8lbet and hay crops last season. Hondredb people have arranged to emigrate t America. The weather In Faroe bea betn so bad that the Sbhing was aimostaS faller?. 4ooording to a Resuer's telegram from New York, the members of the Irish contabalars who recently resigned their posts ua a proteeo against the Crimu Bill, and went to Aua, have taken the oath of allegiance asIIei 8slte. eilsisue. and twelve of them, have obtained ezoplaym~nt ad alesemea In ai...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CURIOUS CREATURES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 7 July 1887

CURIOUS CIEArURES,? .. i .,, :Women, ae curious creature.' A you?rr lad-,wilt declare ha the men' areill alike., ,a-d givoen. to understand thirtshe can have , anubodd she 'choosces ; and f:lor'sll'tbise.ifl a . illow givds her the mitten ahe'll.biihg'suut agaiost hii and fix her damaU?es away up ;amolg theb big figures, as "though- there eren't another male biped without feathers on the foutetool. Which I. why we'remark that women are curiouo cr.atures.

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 7 July 1887

S-TlIE WEiTUER..: ',,,: OOr climate, it ilsbeautiful, As everybody knows-., sIouneu'rzwehavewinter, . ..' " In spring we wear snoowcl1,otbe&r,1 " The'ouly folks who stand it, An6d call.it alsa lark .,., "'''Are those 'castiron fellows~ Tbe statues in the pa-k.

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LADIES' COLUMN. FASHION NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 7 July 1887

LADIES' CO.UMN.. BIr ViVA." FASHION NOTES. One might call this a season of piece trim. mings, becanse so many costumes are deoo. rated with contrasting materlariall, whloh arrangement does away with the neoessity for ano many of the garoltures that are cono sidered trimmings proper. Velvet moir6 and richly beaded or brocaded fabrios are in vogue for combiea tions, a special likingbeing shown for velvet. [t is slob in all the warm and seal browns, in Lioooln green and in creuso, and in a rather bright navy blue. The brown shades are oftenest seen, because they are so adaptive, belog on equally good terms with greens, prey, and black With coloured oamel's hair, velvet is the most desirable combination fabrics. With black, moird or grosgrain silk ls preferred. Brooades plain, or with the tattern outlined with plomb or let beads, or a tiny cord, mny be used with cashmere, cloth, and camel's hair, with elegant resulte. Plush is not do commendable as velvet for oambina. tion, for when onc...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE CYCLIST FIEND. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 7 July 1887

'Became, als I but did not aee, SAnd, oh' hp conquered me completely, "ie" fiendish bell ran. out in glee, 'li ma?d loauiuba came playfully, . ! And laid me in a ditch so neatly I )iWherest I used some words I dare' SNot reproduce wlthid thbese paes ; I; lwished that cyclist liid iun-wherte ? S.Well, in 'ver far-ff ai,.ir, . % .Amonmorgtttli'ecA Cle o thae .e

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Scraps. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 7 July 1887

S tarps. The Concols of the New York and Phila. delphia branhore of the National League have adopted reeolutlnen suggesting that the Canard teamere should be boycotted, unleM notice be taken of the Insults offered to Mr. O'Brien on board the Umbria. some 800 Mormons. let Liverpool th. other dey for the Balt Lake atty. Other parties are to follow during the ummer. The misslon Elders who have been in tbise obntry some time have now returned home.. They oeermpleered with their work. Mr. John Bright, replying to aletter from a correspondent at Darwen, remarks that -Mr. Gladstone wee a member of the Govern ment whioh began the Crimean war, and hea never to his knowledge condemned that war or the policy wbioh led to it. Mr. Bright wishes It were possible to say that our most eminent setateseman had condemned the war, or thathe had repented the part of he took in It. i An extraordlury dieovery has been made n anso-old trial pit hbaft In an outlyIng distrietof Merslyr,' A man heard eries of...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HE TOLD HER WHAT IT MEANT. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 7 July 1887

'B BTOLD HER WHAT IT"MEANT. "She auked the scholars to defne The sense of " surreptitiou . B: t eavers one had to decliue. ':. Althougb they were ambitions. " It's something done upon the sly, S. That noone else has seeno." -'JThe teancher said. "Now ho will tryP ;. " To tell me what 1 mean ?" She'd Just been reading of theld ' Who thieved away nucaught, ?. And hoped perhaps her readir g had :Some useful lessons taught. .Miff Smith," hear yonder youngster call, '' "Wnth'e)eseupn the flur, i "'I know You kithed theprincipl S"'At noorn behind the door.' t

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WIT AND HUMOUR. HAD A BROTHERLY FEELING. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 7 July 1887

; Wil' AND hHURMOUI.& S. HAD A BROTHERLY FEELIU &;Charles Wren i* i a fumer, and te had m, rolled in, she mud and drawn thropgh , -noo 'holer: aoilthe elghl of his phoograpb would have made a doe arin. I" y, fJ.lr , 'e leglo, s* be worked up ,.*ialle. " like you.". . S,. Well" . '. , ""let'.s bka" ... , ' + . ' ," Never mind that. You look out of ?, :'o " l II never filt tip.toppCr in my hbon ,.dayr. , Jadge, I've got a frateronl felillg for :,?'The charie is dfrani.kneML." '" Can's help that. I ured to be a Jiotleeof Sthe peace, and thaL'e wby I've Kot a friternal :'felin lor you. I'll bet my leul dollai oni y 1our old.bald bead." ,, Whlt do jciu e to tlie charge 2" I I 's. a ..'l unaeise. I wasn't drunk-ycu .asn't drtunk-uubody was drunk. uaJy, Judge co-re out tothe farm and see me." " O~cer, wa ste very drk t" SHe wae, ir." *," ."D.'?In daiiitRet" . ."No. ir. Noihio ogly about him ' Plisoner, i I let you go will you keep gober . !""i'1 do anythin. yncu sl me to..'...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 7 July 1887

AUBROULTURBAL5. NOTES. Victoria for some time past appears to have been passing through a oyeos of drought; and for farmers to speak of'a season as being a dry one, would only be dessrihlng the general son of seasons the colony has experienced during the put few years. It la seldom tbht the phrase " wet maso" can be used ina thes proper asoeptation of the term, but the year 1837, in additlln to being long remembered as the year of jabiloe, promisess to also fled a posiltion in the annals of meteorology as being a wet one. A real good wet season has came to be regarded as a rare ooearrenee in Austratla, and both farmers and graslers this year, there fore, have double oeaos for jubila. tion. The rainfall for the half year ending on the 80th of June has been a phenomenally high one, and there is no part of the ealany now but what has -eoeived a thorough soaking. l the N retr. eastern distrlte complaiote have been heard of the excess of moirtore, and the heavy downfall of last week will...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 7 July 1887

P REMIttR BUILDING AsaJCAIGhbo., OF5lOit: 64 COLLI.V MBRgEE KAT.. Buhuoulbed capl . - £4300 US6 PAWiup and uscored captL lal 01 0; T.el teloo... lastyoaa -ear,086: This seenaiAtlon lo paid It; ehetebeldea0!jpg aunt. par anucu I,, bth patl iltycar. INTOILKSL' ALLOWED on DEPOIIZtB( . For l2 monthu, 6] per can?. per annum. For U wrnthb* U per o int per nnnum.;. ,., 5&VINGS BIaNK OBANOU. Drp.atlore in thUi branch will be p.1'.6 psi esw 1 per auuium upon their daily balauon. ISSUE of £5 6IXEaD SWARP. g22.7O of1th.. aharee hove now bran tuoeed."e wha. the uuember reaches 45.000 the' PMUIU PIlUIljM of 6.. per sbre WILL. be RAIID hirt. ib. thaee. sbhres ca he paill up In lfuhorb? mOoelbi 'lnatba.aooIao lb.. pa. ebate. ' Nll NiwtiM.p, J P., P JA..Mk1 uBrrl; r.r, MIMASLI; JP

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Dwarf Cafe Chantant. (PARIS MORNING NEWS.) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 7 July 1887

A Dwarf Cafe Chaulast. S (tl'Alus MOiteINst ,Sw.) The Parisuaun nave hit on a new Idea 1* cafes chantaute. The epectator Is Eit intio duced into a Pretty cafe, carpeted, elegantly furiiied, and lighted with gas dimmed by blue glars, which gives a sift and mnsterinos appearance to the surroundings. From this. drawingroom cafe one is intcroduced into another room-or rather a sort of passage or gallery--perfectly dark, along which ar urrangel comfortable chairs. Seated In oru of thlese, the peotrator fids before him & luong ledge, into whiab are let framed nieces f glus?a, otne before each person. Thee pieces of glasi ame tbout a foot aquare. Looking closely, one sees in the gess the cxuct representation of the stage of a thetcre the ecenery, curtains, etc. Presently. the orcheotra stlkes up and the aerformaac beginls. Upon this oloiairnre Stage appealm a isinatsre perforumer-Siu. high-wbo lioge and dances in the usual cafe chantant atyle. t.Itis little flere, and indeed thel e...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MESMERIC PHENOMENA. (MORNING ADVERTISER) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 7 July 1887

EMBdMItLO PdENOMEA.A. (sonauta ADa&TIIazx) lnaoo 1775, when Frauz Meemer Bret made known the discovery of what he held so be medical value of a force in nature to which he gave the name of " animal msgnetiem," down to the preeant hour, the very exiernce of the'baid force has been in dispute. D ahbt lees there is nothing to excite surpriee ti this. The pretendinm of persone calling themselves n"mtmeriers" had been in a great number of inisela.c", ti eay the leS(. greatly open to question. In ,iome caes, shere can he no doubs, the uroaese imposi tion hasu een practised, trickeries of the most barefaced kind palmed ulo aR expositions of lmemeric phenomena The inventor, or rasher disooverer, of the ex'.rordinarr p,,er exercisable by one hu nin haing over another by the application of animal luanoatiam lett GOrmanv covered with hontmr*, and when, in 1778, he betook him self to Parie, his system tf medical treatment wes accepted by a considerable number of the French faculty. A we...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ENGLISH AND FOREIGN ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 7 July 1887

ESIULWbH ASD FOkEIUN IJEMI1S. Iteost £17,000 :orelair Weotmtlnter Abbey for the Jubilee Service. A net prfit of £1,804 11,. 1d. is the re" sult of the year's working of the Parkgale Iron Company. It is, stated that hardly one-half of the oultivable area of India is under cultivatlon at the preeent time. Trial by jury has been established In Spsio by the Chambhr of Depoties pascing a Bill by 213 votes agaluet49. the late ToimosElward, the Banf noat reliet, hab bequeathed to Aberdeens colleetion of abous 2,000 botani?al and otherepeeimen-, the work of his later years. His Majesty the King of Portugal has been graciously pleased to ora L oJuart Cumberland,thethhoe efStl r, a Ohevalier of tge.Moes Noble Order of Christ. Toe Queen has presented to her god daughter, L-dy Alexandrina Conlife, on the oooselon of her marriage, a valuable Indian .hawl ant a framed portrait of her Maleely The Crown Prine of Germany inaugurated the commnenement of the important Kiel Ca?sl, which wall aonnect th...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Volcante Hruptions at Nina Feou. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 7 July 1887

The Voleanleto? rptiea at Nsea eeo . (lraOt A OIIuarONDbINt or Tis ." eIDNrT aOcHo.") The eruption' of Nina Fooa broke out on the Slat Auguet, a' 1 p.m. I woas ittiug in iy bhouse about 7 p.m. on the 30th, after tea, nod having a Imoke, mnd in seovera tion with one of' the missionaries. All at once a shock was felt. I thought it was the vibration of the ronge, souaed by the heavy sea (for my houe is close to the sea, within twenty paees), buhot the abouke coantinued mod became stroeger and etronger, alseo oftener, until at Iest it became one long continuation of earthquakeos from p m. on the 80. until the ewrption finally broke out as 1 p.m. on the Stet, At 9 p m the natives began to fear serious oonsequenoee, and cleated out to the hills, distant about one mile from their re spetlive towne. This movement was enteral all over the island (eight willagee), the natives fearing an eruption and a floW of hob lava rooning down the inollne womld leave them very little chance of escape. Snu...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 7 July 1887

.........1,O ..":, ... AUST1RA IA LIMITED . , w adOif©cu dI? caU a?t?ion, cornur of Collins and Swanstan Sarceti. Opposite Town-Halt 4 ..bsbcribed ,5O00,000 Paid up to Date;,£208,000. .eeerve 8£e,6900a ;," , ' ' *I¶ -/Ird 1f p ',': .tt ifr.`t`",, . ni i Di rectr J tett D ie Esqer?.STi t : TR B Mortoi..n i h l' v ,t; n M Tdi rI t.I 'L 1 Y L 'PERMENENT SHARES. _ . .. ... . . :3 Holders of B Shares o.nr hich £. 12s. Gd." !each-'i;s paid¶ can convert' such"`Into S, . ....- q7s t :. t?, , . l. .F .,. Fe?,r.) fr ' fully pai up shares" b t.paying up the balance of;?'.,5 }ont :each,, and ,ill ,be entitled to receive :dividends -up. to 8 per cezit. per, annun. from: the date. of payment on ;the,'additionalamount so patid.{ 3 . " 1 p -: .*m;l ++l '+ ý i'r1 ý.;, . 1 . iear ci ++++: 'l +PU. . .7 ,per cent,+ pert' annum "for . 3.iears, : . +; ,, ; ,y",,' + ,, ;"' ,. ? i?on thsi Interest payable 'Half-yearly` o sums 1,dr+; ., f, .,2" months: r All , deposits: inested ,in frs-class' real :properti...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
IRISH ENOUGH FOR THAT. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 7 July 1887

M. :, IRISH ENOUGH FOR THAT. Pal P?ier-by (to organigrindelr): :,Are you so Ir.ihman To O. - MldL e "Me born in.Eeta.ly. " hPlea help I" e-<- "I'm" afraid I can'l do.anythius for you if -oi're not an Irishman" ." ,,Oh. zgore, my fodder end. mdder were M~rish'l ..

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ADVENTURE WITH PIRATES IN THE CHINA SEAS. (CHAMBER'S JOURNAL.) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 7 July 1887

ADVENTUBE WITH PIRATES IN THE OCINA BEAS. (coaanams'. JoUSArL.) Twrenty years go, piraor was more com. man in the China sease oan no., sad every vessel dLeaving Roug Koog with opium as a psrt of becoergo--a flr dir inuttmsted to the pirates on ithe co?e, previone to the ship ' eattUg, by their agentu at that uort ran s very grad abnce of brllng boarded by pirates within forty-s.lgl bours of leaving bhroPur. In the case of euch an attack, it the ohests were banded over to the pirates, or'thy were allowed to help themselves so them unresisted, they would generally depart petoeably, or wtllh perhaps a playflul attermpt to se the hbip on ire. Bit in the event of any endeavour on the part of toe pooreaptain to defend hie anip~ d carloo, to moes oases eargaiuary endoer ware enacted, and whole crews mseadesed, sud ships ecutled'or burnt. Soum tive'and-twerty years aeo. the writer, who ead previously been chief Itliner of anc •epilumreaoeitn esnlp at luog King, had subsequendly Joined tshe ...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE YOUNG FOLKS. ADVENTUR IN THE SOUTH SEAS. (L, IN TOWN AND COUNTRY.') [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 7 July 1887

STHE YOTugN FOLKS. 4DVENTUR IN THU BOUTH . , rsas. (L tZe Towe AO'DCOutBa.') ", don't like the look of that old avage,' I L - sbierved, gleaning rather nervously over my .eboalder at the anoe, whibh etim k d over .. Like the to't oa him I no, I e'po.s no -"" e ain?'t pretty 6r he nain't safe ; them'l S tehm, and no mistake I'' And' leand l'om,.' whlo was hodJing the steer oar, gave a bhal 'sltae over his btoulder at the clpne as he spoke, and relapeed Iotao .leone. The time wes about ofito oloek in th e enio-g. The plare, the greeP loo nta e adalanar, perhaps the moat beautiful' of the Solomon Iseland; and tte oireomstanees to me at least were navel. , It was my Sras voyage as GJvernment agent on boasd a labour eohooner, and this wa a ont m t port of mline. eland To?m' le e. aour kipper, and was repated to he one of the sharpaest and moat daring, and asreeefjl men inthetrade. H e was ather a short. unt a think-set and well-knit mn, of perhape isty lears of age. At firet aight there ...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
x
Loading...
x
x