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RAILWAY MANIFEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 6 July 1894

RAILWAY MANIFEST. The following are lying at the Tatura railway statiou : PAnace:r.-Hanley, Grant, Campbell, O'Niel, Roonoy, Brlce, Lanslcy, D)avey, Ilelyar and Lander, Silcock, Wellhan, Somer, and Wilson. Goons.-H-ogan, Hunter, Williams, Davis, B3ingham, Helyar and Lander, Hanley, and Dowden.

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AN EXTRAORDINARY DRAMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 6 July 1894

AN EXTRAOrI)INARY DRAMA. ON October 18th, 1793, two days after the execution of Marie Antoinette, there wea produced in Paris a relnarkable play froma tihe pen of Sylvain Markehal. Lc Doerier Jrgereaft dics Hoi wras the title of this "pro. phecy," as it ewas crlled; and, prior to its lproduction, the author appealed to the public to recognise in it Ia turning of the tables upon those cruel jesters who had so long made merry at the expense of the poor, and to "remnember how, in times past, oil every s?age, they vililied and degraded and ridiculed the most respectable classes of the sovereign people, for tile amllusement of kings and laeqCIys. I felt that, it was full time to do tile like to them, and, itn our turn, to laugh." Thle scene was laid ill a volcanic inland inhabited by rsavages and one Frenchlaln, transported thither twenty years previously, because his daughter hall beel1 " remarked " by some great noblemanl of the Court. A dozen or Ilmore ,rans.cdrlotl enter front every ...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A CONFEDERATE HERO. A GENERAL WHO WAS NEVER DISCONCERTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 6 July 1894

A- CONFEDERATE HERO. A JENEL WHO WAS NIVEY DISCONOERTID. I II the United Service Maue.zine for May, General Wolseley concludes his brilliant and appreciative sketch of General Forrest, whom he regards as the most brilliant cavalry leader of the war. The story of his adventures, even as briefly outlined by Lord Wolseley, is full of romance. He was four times wounded, and had eighteen horses killed and ten others wounded under him during the war. This uneducated slave-dealer fought like a knight-errant for the Confederate cause. He never had sufficient knowledge of soldiery to be able to drill a company, but lie showed himself a heaven-born leader of men, and demonostrated once more the truth of Napoleon's maixnT, " Ii war, men are nothing ; a man is everything." Among his other exploits, lie pursued a cavalry cnlumn of 2,000 strong four days and four nights, and ultimately captured the commander and 1,700 of his men, although he had only 600 troopers under his comn mand. Again and ag...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 6 July 1894

APCIBLUNNOUNCEMENT. A NEW & MARVELLOUS REMEDY. SOLOMON * * SOLUTION (AN OINTMENT) FOR MAN on QUADRUPED, Now being' brought prominently iefore the public owing to its wonderfiul cura tive properties, needs only one trial to convince the most sceptical. FOR ACHES, PAINS, SORES & SPRAINS. oLo'MON LUTf -~ - r he man of Rheumatics.Horse SoF. oress `eýgrain's; Cow ofulcerated udders & Dq of mange. Wbolusal Depiut COX&so422 BouriaSL TESTIMONIALS. Maiden Hills, lEvansfort, July 1st, 1892' Dear sir,-I have used your Solomon Solu tlon, and have given it a good test, anl anl satisfied it is a really good remedy for bruises and sprains, either to mnanl or horse. A. IIRF.MISBTON, Farmer 17 Chctwynd-st., N. Melb., June 12, 1891 Dear slir,- have very great pleasure in in forming you that I have curtl all my horses of greasy heels, sore backs, sore shoulders, nores and cuts, andl for lammneless il the legs, also rheumatism in my knees. They were all stabled and worki...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHILDERN. In the Twilight. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 6 July 1894

CHILDERN. 1,n the Twiliht. In the sbadowyrummer twilight Come the little ones to rue, And they ask me for a story As they gather round my knee ; Cissie, with her golden tresses, And her eyes of thoughtfult grey, Little IBob-my sailor laddieo And our pet, plump baby, May. All the long, sweet summer evening They have played upon the ennd Ciite nearchlng for the treasOree Strew n r.rounnd on every hand;' Bibbie bnilding splendid oastlue Close beside the ebbing sea; MIy preparing big eand-puddinge Lvery one of them for me. Now they gather closely round me, Wearied with their happy play, Liatenmg to thu simple dtory Told amidst the shadnow grey; Li·trning with such anxious faces To. the anoient fairy lore, As thly oftentimes have listened To the seare tale told before. Then we speak together softly ' Of the loving S'cvieor mild, Who once laid aside tIl glory And becamnn a little child; 01 the holy, white-robed angels, Of the fair. glad Home on high, Wnern the Lord, who loves the children...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A DANCING CONTEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 6 July 1894

A DANCING CONTEST. Br A MERE SPEC?ATOrA' CLEARLY it is annightofights. On the dewy pavement stand several hntless girls anid siuildgy-faced boys, shullling in their efforts to keep warm, and obliterating thus the chalked squares made, hours since, by infantile plsyers of hopscotch. The stout, plenteously bechirnnd lady at the eating. house close by, who by proud placard olfers BEEF PUDDINUS SAMnE LtIC YOUR tMOTIEK JMAIElS, puts apron over head, ascenCls a pair of wooden steps, and stands there riskily the better to vioewthe fun. To the half-opened door of tihe houve comrs neilvously at tiles asnumll dinlgy servant. A board in the narrow sooty gtidoni bears a discreet notice on damp pink note.pallr: A I)SANsci CUorlrI'rtulN (open i memin bore of classes a rllllendal) will be held here on Thuirsday evening next. Failey drcss permitted. Private lessolns given. 'Pertms most reasonable. Apply to the .Misses Duck. And athwart this Ias beens written in violet ink "To-night." The guests com...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GUILTY OR NOT GUILTY? [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 6 July 1894

GUILTY OR NOT GUILTY?" i 3.MMEDIATELY adjoining High h. born, and parallel with the southern side of Red Lion-square, runs a long, lnarrow, gloomy lane, called Eagle-street. Hege, in the month of July, 1815, a remark ble scene was witnessed. In a back room of the house, No. 14, long since pulled down to make way for Day and Martin's Blacking Manufactory, tile body of a young woman, who hnd a few hours before been executed at Newgate for poisoning with arsenic the family in which she was cook, was exhibited by her parents to all comers. The street was filled with crowds of compassionate or isquisitive gazers. Money was freely given and readily receiverd. This extraordinary exhibition continued for five days. On the 31st of July a general procession wended its way up Lamb's Conduit-street to the burial ground at the back of the Foundling Hos pital. The pall was borne by six young women, robed in white. Thousands of spectators followed the coffin to the grave and crowded round as it wa...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SHORT STORY. THE SOUTH POLE. What is Known About That Mysterious and Fascinating Region. BURNING MOUNTAINS SHUT IN BY IMPASSABLE [?] OF ICE. Discoveries Made by the Different Expeditions That Have Been Sent Out. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 6 July 1894

SIORT STORY. THE SOUTH POLE. What is Known About That LMys* terious and Fascinating Region. -- .---6 0BU0NNG t uuxr.rNoH :rtur I tN nr tItP10se10r n1hlal:uai or aCl:. Discoveriesn PT?lo? by the Dlflercnt Excpe. dations That ifavo Olcn Sent Out. ----+++ Three expeditions to the South Polo are under discuseiol, anid hvtie been more or loss determined uponl. E:nt:landl hiuS one unUor cousideration, thle Irench ciesntlirt are urg ing their overnllllo i to tkle up the nlP.ter, and thie urmalnd of Intltburt:, with V.IliHrd as their Almerican ar.gent, have beon rliouse ly conte0 plallgll rending down a boldy of ex plorrer to the myolurzous regions of the Ant* articoirule. A genealt revival of interest in this oomparatively neilecoted portion lo tie globe seetms to be promiuod, and the tirme etems to Ite at hand when the existence of a great An~artio con Liinunt, the ulnpPreti Cuon datiotne of the South and the rclatve tl?itebd cl the earth at that point will be delititely settled. Because ...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AN AUSTRALIAN STORY. [COPYRIGHT.] WHO IS HE? OR The Indian Mahatma in Australia. AN AUSTRALIAN STORY OF THE Natural & Supernatural, CHAPTER XXVIII.—(CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 6 July 1894

'A N AUSTRALIAN STORYS | coPy'tItIT. J WHO IS HE ? OR The Indian Mahatma in Australia. AN AUSI'RALIAN STORY OF TlHli Natural & Supernatural; DY IKENNETH H.MILT"O. L.D., F.R.C.S. CGIIAPTER XXVIII.-(Coevrlume.) lut his rcsistenco was short. The two mon were silent for a few Imomients, and when tioe Indian again turned to his companion the far-away look had comeo back to the eyes and to his features. " What do you mean, Barton, by speaking iOs you do "e "Nothing-nothing, indeed. Salnctitnes I -== ' = mnyself, and when I think of that "Ah, you feel compunctionl liko,-well, pecrhaps it is natural for you to do so. Y?ou recmember the theory I stated with respect to your woun(d1?" "Yes! but how do you account for the change whliel I think of, or hear of, or sin lily wife? In fact it seemas as if a tllorough up turning takes place then. And yet I hate her and could bear to kill her; site robbed me," he contitnued, avalgely, "of whalt was ine anltd no one's else." The Indianl smiled....

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. Melbourne, 4th July. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 6 July 1894

MELBOURNE GRAAIN MAKKET. Melbourne. - th J.Tly. GOinsinounlr, MORT & Co. [JrIT'?'n re port.-Wheal.-Wn oubmitteiLd i gol i?:itn Inlgu this danyp.. tlthe bai t p rici obtainahble for prilme milling samples was 2s 3 d l: iff samples, being rather scare,. are r-nalising prices out of prolportion. Current rmte are : -Prime millIng, 2s 3 d : fair to good, 2a 2jd to 2a 3d; off loti, 2s to ts oirl. Oats.-An easier feeling prevails inl the market, inore particularly for Algerians. We arc quoting for prime stout. Is 10 d to Is I hl ; ordinary fec?l, Is aid to Is iod ; Algeri:ani, pirime tnill ing, up to Is Rtd ; good feel, Is 1~4d to Is Is 7d. Tartarinn very scarce, tip to 2s 21I for gool seod Itts. liarlcy.-Tlhere i.s very little doing in this cereal. Prime :samplel , which tim scarce, are well held. We quorte.-'rinme nalfing (nominally), 5a .i : fair to good. .o Ai to is:; thin to inedIlini, : to .is :hi : CIape ull to 2s .,4d. I)ALOtITY AND CO.tt'P.\:Y, LI.TtIITtDI, re port:-VlWhet...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SHEPPARTON MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 6 July 1894

SHEPPARTON MARKET. MtBRInr., MARTIN & Co report.-Enor mous crowd at our m:arket list Saturdlay, 30th ult., man largest supply of produce this seasonl; good prices throughout sale, an(\ thorough clearance. Fowls, Is idt to 28s lOd; Plymouth Rocks, Is to .Is il5d; Minorcus, Is Ild ; turkeys, (is to tJs; geese Is : pigeons, I(kl;d pork, 2d to 2¢d; mutton, id to 1d; bacon, 314 to i(D : hams, (i1. 70 eaLs?s fruit oranges, 3s (id to .Is; apples, 3? ?ct to .to: Rome beauties, fis; half-cases leints, 2se o (kl; oranges, 1s Dd, 2s; mandarins, ls O1t ; apples, is td to 2s 9d ; large quantity tinware, cook ing utensils, carpenters' tools, etc. At Cor poration yards there was the largest supply ever in Sthepparton, and very largeattenlance, but the glut was too helavy an l weighol ldowne Iprices considerably. We 'olhl 77 pigs as fol lows :--Fats, 34s ; porkers, 11ts td to 6is Oil slips, Ois to 9s oil ; suckers. 4s to (Is Ill. We tolpped the marke.t for fat pigs and suckers. We haveo hel...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A DEEP DEVICE. JUST RESCUED IN TIME. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 6 July 1894

A DEFIP DEVICE. JUST RESCUED IN TIME. P :VIOUSLY to the year 1719, but at li what precise date I cannot say, the city of Paris possessed as guardian of its safety and chief minister of police, a man of rare talent and integrity. At the same period the parish of St. Gernmais, in the rquoart.r of the Rue St. Antoine, had for its (nlu a kind,venerable old man, whose whole life was spent in doing good to both the souls and bodies of his fellow-creatures, and whose holy consistenec and dignilfied courage callscd himR to be loved by tilhe good, and ,.:pectaed by even the most abandoned 'lh:raclers. One cold, dark winter's night, the bell at the old Curs's door was rung oaldly, and he, although in bed, immediately ma,.e and opened thle door, anticipating a IoIIIIoIs to some sick or dying bed. A pIer'sounge richly dressed, with his ifeatulres partly concealed by a large false a',dl, stood outside. A Addressing the Curd ila it ourteous and graceful mnanner, lie apol,,gised for his unseasonab...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A PROUD MAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 6 July 1894

A PROUD MAN. Some years ago, while in coverration with the celebrated Thomas Carlyle's brother, who resided in the vicinity of llrantford, Ont., William Smith, an auld I'ainley weaver, earnm' alang the street, and he naid to him : " Dear sakes me! AnI ye are Tam Carlyleu' brither. 0, man, hnt. I wad be a proud man if Tam was Lea bruther." Dumley (ut talle): " With me, Miss Spillslur, toe tomato in a recently acquired tante ; have you been fund of them lung?" MIlS SrPINSTERI "From a child, Mr. Drnuley," DUxter; "Indeed, so long at that }"

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Retrospection. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 13 July 1894

lreloospcctiot. The vivid perils of the years now paFt. And koaneot joys of time now long since gone, 1 Are dissipatsing fonds for mind.repast, And such no none refuse to dine upon. And the variety thie store presents, With all its grades of pleasant sweeta and snours, And nudo or sugar-coated condimcnts, Lies spread balore no in our lonely hours. -DaonM MAtanuo?S I Ans teur actor (rehearring in his room) ' A)proach thou like the lyrean tiger, the rugge?l Iltu.nin bear-" LAsND l.AI (entering) : " Mr. Thespll, i -want to knw once for all when you intend tu pay moe th:o oney you owe me ( "' Well. ,or, nllt--eril Satunrday." (Continuing the rehenltsal.) "Ta., any shlape !'.t that, an? qsque, qbs; usel ICltesut(q,

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A WONDERFUL WATER HEATER. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 13 July 1894

A WONDERFUL WATER HEATER. -o - Mr Angus M'Lean, of 110 Franklin street, Melbourne, has succeeded in producing one of the simplest and most effective bath or water heaters yet invented. In three minutes, by its aid, a bath can be heated, and in five minutes the water boils. A handful' of small wood is sufficient to give this astonish ing result. Requiring neither gas or kerosene, the heater is specially suited to the requirements of the'country, and no farmer, vigneron, or creamery should be without one. -Without thoe',slightest trouble hot water can be hitd all day, and as cleanliness is next to'!godhlnessi the heater should have a wide sale. " In another column fuller particulafs can be seen as to the general usefulln??p of the invention, and we advise our readers to study them. In order to suit allclasses, Mr M'Lean lhas designied ai small heater, which is sold for 50s. This will give a very large supply of hot water daily, sufficient for the use of a large farm, and the invention...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NOTED PLOUGH-MAKERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 13 July 1894

NOTED PLOUGH-MAKERS. Thoughli arde and lChrystal (formerly 1McCalmnin Gairde and Co.), agricpltiural implement makers, of Blackwood and Bedford Stireets, Nqrqatllelbourn?e, have becolme famous ~as the iuik?is of ploughs it nmust inot be understood they confine their skiil"and industi to tohlitpiiculshr line of iiaclhine., Of coitrse, in plough making, whethler it ,e one; two, three, four, or six furrow, they stand in high public favor, and may "fairly be said to have attained as nears perfection as it is possible to reach. The latest "'Garde and Chrystal " is as. superior to the im plement of five and twenty years ago as the latter was to tlhe wooden plough of the last century. A visit to the firm's ,premises will do moie than a volume of writing to convey an adequate idea of the operations carried on. In spite of the long existing ;,depression (hoary headed by this time and, let us hope, ,tottering to in unmourned grave) there is evidence of industrial vitality on every .side. The ...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Quaint Speeches. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 13 July 1894

Quaint Speeches. Some one ave (G;urgia a very rare stamp for his col!cotion the other day. Tbeyoung. stcr was de;ightdol with t2he tronasure, but could not iommeditely decide upon its real' volue. After a lone examlination, he at last attested its rarity by saying, " Well that it one of the most e/l .,m stamps I ever saw." "Papa said Georgie at table the other day, 'will you please give me a piece of menst ?', " Certainly, my son. Would you like a fat piece?" " No, papa; fat is too nutritious. I'd like a piece that is :./1?t.." " I think we must be going to have cab bage for dinner," said Aunt Mary one day' last weak, a as strange odor reached the nursery from somewhere down-etaire. "O;. no; we're not," said Herbert. " How do you know ?" be was naked. "I can smell that we're not," said the boy. Master Freddy thinks himself by no means tie least important member of the household. One evening, after he and his sister had gouo to bed in the nursery, a vio-. lent thunder shower came up....

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Arab Horses. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 13 July 1894

Arab lIorses. The Arabs have long peeserved with great care, nays an exchange, the breed of their horses; they know their geanrrttinns, alli ances, and all their genealogice. They dis ;inguish their breeds into three claesse. The drat, which are of pure and ancient race, on both sides, they call Nobles the econd ase of ancient race, but have been misallied, and the third kind are their common horees. The latter are sold at a low price, but those of the first class, and even of the cecond, amlnog which some are as good as the first, are extremely dear. They never allow interbreeding Ibtween one class and another. They are aequainted, from long experience, with the whole race of their own horses, and even with thlee of their neigh. hors,who know their names, color., marks,etc. The nr-so of the dam and ,itue t. each foal are wri.t..t down and their whole generation set forth in a book kept by the Emir, or some other public person. When the marc foals witnesees are called, end an attest...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A GREAT INDUSTRIAL INVENTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 13 July 1894

A C?EAT INDUSTRIAL INVENTION. The Laval Cream Separator is the industrial invention of the century. The change' made by it in dairying is so great, that it may be said a new era has begun. Under the old cumbersome system only S1bs of butter was obtained where 41bs is now got by the separator. This adds 333 per cent to the national wealth, so far as dairying is concerned, besides sav ing a like amount of labor. At present there are over 2,000 Laval separators at work in Victoria alone, and 50,000 throughout the world. They have made their way by intrinsic merit, in spite of the most determined opposition, and the Laval is now universally rccognised as the most perfect separator in existence. For small dairy farmers the hand separator is invaluable, as it will pay back its first cost in a single season by the increased yield of butter and its better quality. Not only does it save an immense amount of labor, but the use of the cream is obtained twenty-four hours earlier than by the old...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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HUMOR. Little Flora Sunb[?]am. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 13 July 1894

FHUMoR Little Flora Sunbeam. Li|tle Flora Sunbeam Wandered where she heard Bongs of thrush and robin. And wished she were a bid Saw the willow branches Waving light end free in the gleaming iunehine, And wibhsd she were a tree, Bonght the wild-wood voreo;s, In their leafy bowers; Inhaled deirJJus fragrance, And longed to bo a flwer. Wandered wheore the ntrcanrlot Flowed throuiIi eiadiOws Oweat, And wished she wrre the water Flowing at her feet. Saw a brilliant inaect Flying low and high; And longed to have the plumage Of tire butterfly. Gathered wild fresh herries, Oh, so red and sweet I And almost wisherd that the herselt Were somUthing good to cat. Sboe seaw the little clondlets Gathering in the sky, And longed to be among them, Airy, light, and high. The eloudlets gathered fantor, The rain began to come, And little Flora Sunbeam Wished ahe were at home. In her little chamber, As snug as she can be, She tells mamma the story Of all she want to see. " The flowers they were so lovel...

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