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LIKE AND UNLIKE. CHAPTER II —A WILD IRISH GIRL. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 7 July 1887

goLKE AND :UNLIKE,: bhea Le 'r DBy U . hnsenio;, S) s. thberal, Ledy deele' aSeoret,lIte. wo R~I'Inmu -A WwIi lh'u G nu a"')' '1"A nabe~k steer that fes vip oitab the ,':li,. ?ae alea??llto llaid l.ed ponae rl t P ar: sat ) san oe'es w?ear ni to seetmpsey a ,, ?r logef?rr.rierd who Wlp Foaro- ea to winater at .rrcrc.?ilwe Carlo, ithb as lftllihble system whir? o,r-', be as d ra mhteat joeal Meald bad inveoted ,'":toioortbae yeaer beforo a their mtdnihlb aue?ivet at Tsilty. Valentine told hoe motcrr 'J'5 ' nt?'ru.aebon thee. chaeipt or th irtirded ieip S''?i]o ot Calo. Bae only trld her l?ets hs " .'lI " i bieded ad. we?ted.a cheae., ord thets. S' Tethwood wars geri to Prisrelhed decided ,,Ire a.get with bhim td mekhig a ruood of 's i'.thect'roea. . -?: a' i'.e crtrrepe it po do?adrol it Patl; I ,am ,:ao eliways aftaid of fever,' td Lady Beelled, l" h'iop tnttnsely erzicee ' ".. -'"' llip dear mnobi?r, we ,ball go to th? *t Ad the botele re ro trribly hipb. T'be a.,,, itil bie.spttlh...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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THE BED THAT COULD NOT BE MOVED. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 7 July 1887

THE BED THAT COULD NOT BE MOVED. Br W. W. FENN. I we always intluenoed by eoiloidoeces, presentimnents and atraogo, unaooountable tales; I always eojoyed reading or bear. iog'of them, and for years aspired to be the hero of one. Iloura of relaxation without a good sensational tale or ghost story were shorn of half their restful benefit. Of! orse I knew all the trick. of the ghostly romanoer by heart : I was up to all bie ansient houses, tapestried hamberos, old pistures, furniture, esoret, Spanels, sad thebs like; bt they amused -me: none he lees, and at one time i.my only..wsh was for some personal ex .:perience amongst shob surroundings. It .. oever came, however, and when at laes there did happen to me a startling ad venture, it was amidst ciroametanoes the most prosalo and commonplace, having for a backgoaod nothing more romantio and weilrd than a newly.ercated suburban and 'Jerry.built' house. Yes, it was in such an unpromisig planes, and under most matter-of-faet conditions, t...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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MR. BASFOR[?]'S JUBILEE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 7 July 1887

MwI. .klSFORJ'S JB1L&e, In theae days of jtbilation, when the lir is surcbarged with gladlnee, itt is not atoIsa ,that the private cititen *hbuld In a Oertai degree oitch hes ileotcioe, and r*J)ee as• hetrtily over blessino., pmil uand ,resen, as does Her Geaolouis Mtjee'y the Q aeen. And this eentiment i. one welch every man end woman, wharoevr be hit or hebr station In life shoultd Ieter. Gratituod is a areoe teo littla cultivated, and on tco m nv liIpe thaokesglridt dies uonos I. In this eplric the story of Mer Ui aforfl' jllbilee Is give. It will be foo" not only as absorbinRg e the most thrilling ta?: of thb novehlst, but rivals it in fao*, in thabit in striotll trua. I we bern Ino Nortbmptonahire, England, 1st N ivembet, 1814. When less than five yaes ofl age nyv preilts removel to Au,. trail', and n I bhys laved hre ever aloe, woetly in Gipp.lcold, I mny well lay ctalmtn bing a pienie er. I ain a g l iaier by coOs. p•tion, aod waI y s ay strog, hellarty Mel?,l unntil ...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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THE HOUSEHOLD. DAINTY DISHES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 7 July 1887

THE HOUSEHOLD. DATr .Dzanss. ,. Af OATIStAL PUDDING -Put Into & well greased " baker " or pudding-dish (greased with suet) three and a half ounces of the coarse.' oatmeal, with halfa teaspoonful of salt and a'quart of milk. Af er an hours' soaking, two or three hours' baking in a very a ow oven (here is the seores) will j result in a rich creamy mass, delicious wi h honey or sugar and oream, or with syrup a one. R, ABBExaur Bous -Mix sir ounces each I of ground rice and floor, rub in a quarter of a pound of lard, the same of whie sugager, and a teaspoonful of baking powder ",Make in o •stiff pore wi?b the yo k of an egg cnd a tit-st mik. Divide ate m .ll balls; hol. low each and insert a little raspberry jam ; close up neatly and dip into beaten white of the egg ; flatten a little, and bake on a tin in a sharp oven. They will orack during the baking and show the jam through. APPL AcaIa-s.-Put a pound of sugar to a half-pint of water; boil and skin ; add one pound of pared ap...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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THE GOLDEN HOPE. A ROMANCE OF THE DEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 7 July 1887

Tti UuLD)EN ?iOUr15. A ROMAEICIori o T DiBP. 1I dnrms a dream aa w ots al a dmrim.' By W. OC. K Rossent., Anthor 'of a Queen.' The wreok of the tioereno', '£ .atlo,'. ewestbalrt.' ta. CuarooRt Ill - 'tH LoverS. The ties. alnoolm .rtees.uue was cramte of AI Jamee, a email very old churoh in a villtte on the smonh ont, which I will cell Wyloi. He was a tall, grave faced, hand. ome yeang maen, thirty yearse old, and though theI rlferne noe may eem pro.' io and et nof place bhere, It i neossry thet I should say he had a o -tone of between seven runoeaedand eight t2u un p od, the ittera .,f'we *'to serve for a etip?ed searce more than ronala am ourate to a friend of his father, the Reverend Alfred Clayton Vliar of Wylno. Mr. Portecue was a wvey otiveo, healthy man, send oonsewqoutly a 'eful parish worker. IEt wee en .seelent redetr end presoherI heetsde whloh, everybody o.uld sere be labonred fr the In e of God only. e 1 wee xtremrly gnad.lonking, 'hotn gave etbhesaes'to ethersal epirl*e...

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DELIBERATE SUICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 8 July 1887

DELIABERTATE SUICIDE. On ron ley ncrnin a mal named Willisin Milledge, employed by Mr. HIlliday, shoemaker, of Numnurkab, put an cnd to his ,.:iitence Iby hniiging himn self in a most diliberalte maniner. He hadl be in i poor healtlh for some tim, but there was nothing in his conduct to cause any alarm. IHe was Cn in dustrious and sober mian, and his rela tives are said to be very respectable. I-He was at work in the morning, and went into his bedroom at aibout 10 o'clock. Oet of the children passing the window a short time afterwards saw hin hanging from the ceiling, and at once gave the Alerm. Assistance- {vas pro cured, the door which Milledge had locked was burst open, and the maun was cut down, but although surgical aid was promptly procured life was found to be quite extinct. The deceased head cmt a hole in tihe hessian ceiling, which was about 7ft. fronm the floor, and had passed It strond of nmanilla twine over the joist. Tlhen, standling on the coerier of his bed, he fasten...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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KYABRAM BRADSHAW. MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 8 July 1887

I1YABItAM I.BRADSHATV. MAIL NOTICES. Mails close daily for IMelborn e Toolamba Murchlson, at 10.30 p.m. anrd 8.50 "p.m. Mails arrive from. Tatura daily 5.30 p.m lochstce r Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Satur daye 10 a.m Depart to iaturn daily 9.30 n.m. >To Rochester 4 p.m. Tuesdays, Thurs. days, andSaturdays. Postmaster`3Mr. D. D. Meli.e. . eglistr 'of r Ilthr and Deaths-Miss. F Leader. _;.ý ' Juistices of the Peace- Messrs.A AAlla 9 Lenoaster and Forgec. ;

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SCULLING MATCH ON THE PARRAMATTA RIVER. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 8 July 1887

SCULLING MATuIln ON` IHl PAREAMATTA RIVER. 'A eculling, match for £100 a-side, between Peter Kemp and Neil Matter- sbn, was rowed over the :championship course on thde Parramatta River a'r Saturday, and was won by Kenip with the greatest ease. Kemp finished aboit 15 lengths from Matterson in 22min. 21iseo. [Theaabove match is tihe outcomo of a long andl keen rivalry that has existed between the tivo New SBodth Walue scullers, Mattereoin anKideKamp, but which, through the strange sequence of mnisfortcne that occurred in their three preiviotis meetings, has never- beau ter. urilated Jy *a decisive viitory; ona the part of one or the other., Tlheir,;first meeting in a match was rowed on the Nepean course in October, 1884,' when Kemp-took the etamp and had to re tire. In August and September of the: following year they were again matched, but did not meet, owing, in the first in stance; to Mattorson injuring his arm1 and in the second to Kemp having caught a severe cold. It may. also be...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 8 July 1887

A fatal accident occurred at Wnateloo, Beaufort,: on Wednesday. A little boy named Robert Frushe'r, the only soi of James Frusher; lbtcer, was playing in the yard near where an employe of: his fatlher's was chopping wood. lie rin under the ,ne its it was ldephcedidg,: niid tlh blade, i now and sha p one, elteriad his lskull, to half its ddptih penetratinig. the bsin. - D)r. Jlolhnstiin attelnded tlhe youngster, %who was seven years dll, but gavre no hopes of recovery1 and the lad died at about 5 o'clock-. The Vatican boi ihssied an "order for the excompuniication of Father M1Glynn of Now York, who sonc ;time ago re fused. to obey Ia snrnlrnn to appear at Rome toexpldin his Conluct in advocat ing the views of Ilenry Geoirge aid whno is statedl to have recentlvy becomen a con vert to Protetanlid,.

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FORTHCOMING AGRICULTURAL SHOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 8 July 1887

FORTiCOMING AGRICULTURAL SThe secretaris lof the various Agri culturao l Societies are requested :to, for word the date upon which theii respective exlhibition wiil blieo held, and copies of the prize schedules as soon as published: JULY 21- Denhiiqin 27-Jeridierie. '21to 20-Victorian Poultry ansl Dog society ttus 'AUGUST. "2, S.-Corowna, N.B.W.: 18 --Narandera. .23 to.27=-Nattional(Agrleuhtpral .Society; SVictori PTEMBE 1-Ynrrawonga 7, 8.-Wimmicera Dlatric, at Stnwoll 14 -Wycheproof.' 22, 28.-Echuca. 28.-Nnmurknh Agrfltclural Societ.y 28-Elmore 22, 80-Blenalla OOTOBER. 4, 5.-Rochester. 5-Enron 6-Tungamnh 6.-Barcchus Marsh, 18.-Murchisou. 16.-Nagambie. 19, 20.-Taturn. 26, 27-Seepparton NOVEMBER. 10-Heathcote 16, 17.-Kyneton Agricultural Association 24.-Ballarat General Spring Show. 24-Kulmore

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The Agabram Union. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. FRIDAY, JULY 8, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 8 July 1887

4dIhe Tiit*nbiit tVi "n' PODBLIISHED EVEILY FRIDAY. ."FRIDAY. JU.LY 8. 188 . During the week a peculiar accident happened to one of Mr. W.. Wilson's horaes on the Taturi reserve. 'Upon Mr. Wilson getting hie hbrse into the stable, he discovered that the animal's race was covered with shlot marks, and he extracted several grains of shot from the skin. It is quite evident that some ainateur'sportsman hie been about, as no person would dream of perpetrating such mischief intentionally. An announcement is published in our advertising columns cadling. for applica tions for tenders for the position of engine-driver and. secretary, for the Mooroopns Watar Trust, which will be received by the Secretary at Tatura. The salary is fixed at l150 per annuru, and the wvork beiung light, and the duities in accordance, we fully expect that the competition will be somewhat keen. In' our advertising columns it is an nounced that Tonkin and Sons will hold their hlialf-yearly sale of drapery at Kys bram...

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THE EFFECTS HAVE BEEN WONDERFUL. "Efford Road Dispensary, Dukinfield, May 3rd, 1884." [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 8 July 1887

THIE EFFECTS HAVE. EIES WiONDERFUL. "i zfrd Road Dispensary,aDekinfield, May 8rd, I1184. "Dear Sir,-I anm hlinppy t iiormi you that the sale of your Sy' ap and, Pills increases here continually. Several of my custbmers speakn of haviing de rived more benefit from the use of these than from any other mnediineaC. In some instances the effects have been wonderful.-Yours very respectfully. "Pro. Edwin Eastwood, J. B." Coant of Armi-=Sleevew:

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PLOUGHING MATCHES JUNE [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 8 July 1887

PLOUGHING MATCHES JUNE 16-TTcnthcote 22-Tnbilk JULY 20-Tatumra

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TATURA TURF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 8 July 1887

TATURA. TURFl CLUJB. TThe Winter Meeting of Ethe above club caine off "'on the lociaIl course on Monday' last. in "the presence of Ahout 500 'pebplb. Mainy 'doubts were enter - tained as to the advidability of'flfilhling the ipreliminary preparations oniaccount' of thb uneattled etate of the weather. The hon. "eec. and. 1treasirer, ably assisted by the stewaids, were dleter mined, if possible, to carry out the pro gratnme on the *day appointed, not withstanding the heavy state of the course on Saturday last, and throatening state of the weather on Sunday and Monday, the clerk of the weather favoured the 'club by. keeping it dry overhead until afteir the last race was run. We are thankful to state that no accident marred the day's racing. On the whole, it was the most successful meet this' libi' hte hbAd, so fur as ac ceptances 'are concerned aand good finishes. Many thingse went to deter visitors from the adjoining 'townships from putting in an appearance. First, those from Sheppart...

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AFTER SEVERAL YEARS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 8 July 1887

AVTIIrf SV.EURAT 1EAhI. "Stoke Ferry, January 9th, iSS41881. " Gentlemen,-I have used, Seigel's Syrup for Several years, and have found it a most efficcionus remedy for Liver complaints and general duebility and I nlways keep some by mo.n and cannot cspeak too highly inl its praise.- I re main, yours truly, "lHarr iet King."

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HORSE PARADE AUGUST [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 8 July 1887

HORSE PAAUDE AUGUST I6i-Mooroopna 19-Tatura 23-Kyabranm SEPTEMJBER 1-Nagambia

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PRODUCE REPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 8 July 1887

A1RE1.CIAIL INTELLIGENCE. rRODUCS BEPORTS The produce mnrket for the past week has been rather tb:isk. The prices remaining at last qnotations: ,lrfers Williams and Co. report the 'morket as follows:-Whleat, 38. 8d ; Barley, 4e "'di ;goo .,mplsc, oats, from 2s 4d to The following are the consignees now lying at the Tatura ailway station: F Hlalkyard, llHnterand Daslglish,W'illinms. Ergan, Johnson and Forge, aorsythl. Crother, Iichardls, Ewin, Lyons, (Girgarre), Taylor, O'Callaghan, Sparks. Parcels O'Brien, English, J. and F. Toohey, Miss Johnson, Forsylh, Anderson, care of Hoban, Baldwin, Mirs omer, Taite, W Hogan, Kenzel The following are the exports from the railway station: Wheat 470 2 trucks of sheep, 4 do. straw, I do pigs. The National Mortgnge and Agency Com patty, (Imtd.,) report havintg sold privately doritng week ending 7th May, 1887, 4799 bags of produce, viz.:-Wheat, Se lOd to Sa lId ;flour, £8 7s to0 £9; onls, cape, 28 4d to 2s Gd; feed, 2s 74 to 2s 10d ; milling, e ; b...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 8 July 1887

. Trade Addresses. T4iO MAtA S BA ZE LEY'S (Late of Mdirale 'CRITERION HIOT;EL,; (Late J.'li:ERN ICY'8), RST-CL SS ACCOMMDATION, unremitting attention, ander' ry jRfortEare HfeLed to y lIses samil Spiritsiare Persontlly e8ciYdii rtsonua tCio toclke of tle, best lPrbducacr.# BILLIARDS'! BILLIARDSI! BILLIARDS !! ! IIO SES And BUGGIES always on HIIRE. Extensire -ud comfortable ST'ABLING A C0COMM.ODATI.O N. JOGA11'S 'COMM1ERCIAL HOTE L, -TAT URA T.IOTMAS hIOGAN begs to intliniiite to the 'surroundtling in'!mairIn' n crd ' public generally that Superior Aiconuu odation and Modlcrate C;;h:rgei aret he speciality of this first-class hotel. .1 1 Iu.orst of the Best BinseictUs anin Lusereat. Qusriitdtr nr:Iy BILLIARDS! BILLIARDS ! ! fililAIS !!! SUPERIOR STABLING and ACCOLMMIODATION PAJ11C)0KtS. "`Horses and Buggies., as well as Buggy' Pairs always on Hire. FINN'S BUSH INN, CASEY-ST. TATURA. FIRST-GLASS AGOCOMMODATION .FOR TRAVEL LER.S Wines, Ales, arid Spirits of the Best Brands. ENORMOI'S ...

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New Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 8 July 1887

`New Time Table. Trains leave Tatura 0. 10 aJ.m and 4.20 p.m:; arrives at 12.1 p.m. and 8.20 p.in. i Nortli-Eastern train leaves Mel bourne 6.40 al.m.in and 2.55 pi.m; arrives in Melbodurne at 11:1( a.m express froinm Seymour, and 10.15 p.m. ordi LL'(oslurn l Valloy- trains; arrive at eyinotur'9.10 ra kii and'lO 44 pm and leave Seymouor for; Melbonriie 9.88 a.m. and 7 53 p m

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 8 July 1887

Marriage. WILSON-FORSYTH.-On the 29th June, 1897, by the Rev. W. Ross, at Twinhbill, Lanefield, James Wilson, of Tatura, to Mary, second daughter of Mr. Archibald Forsyth, Lancefield.

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