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TATURA AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 13 July 1894
TATURA AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. The usual monthly meeting of the above society was held in the Mechanics' on Saturday afternoon last, Mr J. M'Leod (vice-president) occupied the chair. There were also present,-Messrs Hogan, Maskell, Ryan, Kennedy, Manning, Collie, M'Carthy, Maher, Alexander, Lupton, Vaughan, Somer, Pogue, Donaldson, and Stewart. Apologies were received from Messrs Hunt, G. Maskell, D.' Menzies, the President, and Heaphy. CORRESPONDENCE. From Kinnear and Son, Euroa, asking that it be inserted in the schedule, that all exhibits of saddlery and harness should be jmade by the exhibitor; and also .forwarding a [prize.-Referred to the prize-list committee. A long discussion took place over a circular received from the Reaper and Binder Association of Victoria, suggest ing that an effort be made to reduce the tariff on binder twine by one penny per pound, which meant that much less to the farmer. Mr Hogan advocated the principles contained in the letter, rand proposed that Ith...
NATURE. Gorge of the Mississippi. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 13 July 1894
NATURE. - - - .. te-- - Gorge of the Misslastppl. The falls of Niagara are familiar to all and came to exist through caoses natural ands easy of explanation, inasmuch as the whole. secret lies in the character of the formationus over which the river flows, via, a crust made] up from 60 to 100 feet of comparatively hard: limestone lying in a nearly horizontal poset tion, beneath which is a deep deposit e! shoals and sandstone. Whenever the rive? in wearing its channel back resched the point where this arrangement of roecs began, the' hard limestone would naturally resist the erosive action of the waters, while the ando.! lying shoals and sandstones, offering less v.?' eistance, would be rapidly cut away, until al vertical fall such as is now seen would be the result, with a constant recession going on, leaving below the broad canon, walled e* either side by bluffll, the crusts of which tre preserved by the limestone crowning them, These few reflections as to the falls and gorge of Ni...
THE KYABRAM UNION. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. FRIDAY, JULY 13, 1894. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 13 July 1894
THE KYABiAM UNION. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MONING. -0- FRIDAY, JULY 13, 1894. CENTRALISATION is undoubtedly the curse of Victoria. For a generation the people have been attracted towards the overgown metropolis until, a few years ago, a condition of affairs existed to which thie modern world affords no paralell. Nearly half the population of a fertile country were crowded into the capital city where opportunities for re productive labor could not possibly be afforded to all. The millennium of bricks and mortar made its advent, and, for a brief space, Victorian humanity appeared to -flourish like theiscriptural bay-tree. Fortunes-on paper-were made in a day, and in the-elusive quest of phantom wealth many hitherto respected men for got the ordinary obligations of honesty. Their example was contagious and served to bring forth from their retreats those human sharks, who, like the plague of frogs, camre up and covered the land. The results of the commercial immorality thus engendered, w...
FARMER Feeding for Eggs. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 13 July 1894
FARNMER Feeding for Eggs. There is little doubt that the prodnotion if eggs may ho largely increased by a beyte. matic, eiieititi plan of feudiu?g; and the tverago poultry.hl4oper should give this matter a deal of study and atteutieu. The icientiflio part of it need not frighten any one who is willing to read, study and put into practice what he learus. Those who are recognised authorities as rset that the egg product of a hen in her prime is about three times her own weight yearly, and in view of this fact tio inipor aneo of supplyinlg her with food rich in all the elements that make the egg is at once apparent. An egg containu all the elements of a living uhick-fish, hone rinew, blood, and feather--boides thoe shell matter, which is mostly lime. The principal elemncts in 'Ls egg are aulphur, oil, phosphorous, lime and nitrogen. Thl food that is given the hen should coutain all the elements that exist in the egg. These are found in wheat, oats, corn, bran, linseed, crushed bone, nm...
How to Buy a Horse. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 13 July 1894
How to Buy a HIorse. Ste. . in front of a horse to sec bow the limbs are formed; notice tho width and depth if the chelC, all defects iiS front legs e ...,. remebered; nee that thoe shoulders are not upright, but elope well and are mus cular. l.armine hand for poll evil by pres. sing between the joints of the head and neck; next observe the eye, shade one eye ata time, and pass the hand rapidly in front of the other to set if the animal will flinch. Feel the orete for condition. The fore arme should be long, massive and uuescular. Goodknees always, leave a well-formed, centrally nitu attd traperezrum boon, derep and long; canon bouns should bue shrt and flat, firm and froa from splints; pastel no free frmin ring-bone and wind-gallI at the jonits. 'eat moderate in size, frogs clean; no side bones or flat feet are desarablo. ]ulek mureulur, level and moderate in length, loins nicely sprung, top of qnarter long and mourculur, eearly hori zontal, drooping and short Indientes lack of iua...
Pure Air for Butter. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 13 July 1894
Puro Air for 'lntter. Dairymen are well aware of the impor tance of pure air in the manufacture of but ter, and of the fact that elight impurities are readily absorbed and diminish tbo excellence of the product. An interesting instance is giocn in the proceedings of the seventh an nual convention of tihe Ontario Agricultural and Experimental Uninn, reported by the Agricultural College of Guelph. There were two brothers, both extensive butter makers and importers; one was an hanhitul smoker, while the other did not ueo tobacco in any shape or form. They botllh old their butter through on agent on a foreign market, and the one who did not en kbe always received a higher price for his butter than the other. Not being able in any other way to find out why this distinction should be made, they at last resolved to change and reverse the labels on the peakages as an experiment. In due time a letter was received Irom the agent stating that the strange fact of a die agreeable taste or flavor...
POST-OFFICE INTELLIGENCE. MAILS CLOSE AT P.O., TATURA :— [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 13 July 1894
POST-OFFICE INTELLICENCE. .-o MAILs CLOSE AT P.O., TATOnRA : For Melbourne, at 1.50 p.m. and 10.30 For Travelling Post Oflice-- .50 p.m. and 10.30 p.m. For Toolamba-4l.0 p.0m. For Miurehison-10.30 p.m. For Echuca-ll.15 a.m. and 8 p.m. For KIyabram-- 1.15 a.min. and 8 p.m. Mcrrigum--l 1.15 a.m. alildwvinsvillc-11.15 n.m. For Harston, Coomn, UHarrison's, Oirgarre -11.15 a.m., Monday, Wednesday, Friday. For Oillieston, Toolamb. West-12.20 p.m., Monday, Wedneosday, Friday. For Nortlih-wtt MIooroopna (loose bag) 12.20 p.nm., Monday, Weriesday, Friday. PAIior.LS POST RATES. T "o pounds, Od. Every additional pound, up to 7 pounds, 3d. 1oe of registered letters, 3,1. Acknowledgmentt of receipt of registered letter or packet, 21d. Ilace telegrams, ?xl each (giving names first, three bti.-^', cacti race), .IMust ordered before 11 n.m. on dany of race. lIns. IIEALY, Postmistress.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 13 July 1894
Tile WONDERFUL WATERBURY. An Astonishing Modern Invention. TheWatch for the People-a Marvel of Cheapness Strength, Accurac. sad Elegance secured at small Cost. The"Tlmakeeperof the Day" defies Competition. The sale of the celebrated Waterbury Watches in Australasia has been of such a phenomenal character, and they have made such a palpable hibt among all classes of the community that the WVaterbury Watch Company has decided to extend its already large business throughout these colonies. The testimony in favour of the Waterbury Watch, is simply * Overwhelming and Unprecedented in the annals of the trade. Thousands of Waterbury Watches have been sold in Australasia, and from every quarter come, unasked fort tributes to their excellence. Thextraordinar popularity of the Waterbury Watch is still further enhanced by the fact that it can be repaired at a smaller cost than any other watch. It should not be forgotten that the Vaterbury was thile first ioexpensive Watch that could be Cuarant...
THE HIAWATHAN MEASURE: [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 13 July 1894
Tas HIAWATIIAN MEASURE: Never jumps a sheep that's frightened Over any fence whatever ; Over wall, or fence, or timber, But a second follows after; And a third upon a second; And a fourth, and fifth-and so on When they see the tail uplifted I First a sheep and then a dozen; Till they all, in quick succesion, One by one have got clean over. Tramp tramp,-across the land they speed; Splash, splash,-across the sea. -lurra I the dead can ride apace I Dost fear to ride with me?
HUMOR. Josiar. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 13 July 1894
HUMOR. Jo501* I never kin for4gt the day That we went out a walkin,' An' sot down on the river bank, An' kept on hours a.talkin'; He twisted up my apron-string, An' folded it together, An' said he thought for harvest-time 'Twas cur'as kind o' weather. The son went down as we sot there Josiar seemed uneasy, And mother she began to call: " Lo*eeoy I 0, Loweezy I" An' then Josiar spoke right up, AsI was just a-startin', An'said: "Loweezy, what's the use Of us two ever partin' ?" It kind o' took me by surprise, An' yet I knew 'twas comin' I'd heard it all the summer long, In every wild bee's hummin'; I'd studied out the way I'd act, But, law I I couldn't do it; I meant to hide my love from him, But seems as if he knew it; An' lookin' down into my eyes - He must have seen a fire, An' ever since that hour t've loved An' worshiDoed my .Toeiar.
MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. Wednesday, July 11th. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 13 July 1894
MILBOJOURtNI GRAIN MAIIKET. W?lneslay, July I lih. DALTOETY AND COMPANY, LIMIITED, re port eat-\Vhltt.-In our own marintet, vaIlueI are lower, and the best price obtainable for prime samples to-day in 2s :ld per bushel. VWe quote :-Pritme milling whelt, 2s :hI: molium do, 2s 2d to 2s 2.dh; inferior and faulty. 2s to 2s li. Oats are rather (hull, and values are rather asiler for all desct'eiptions. We quote :-Plrilme white stout. milling, ls lOid to lo l ld; mitlintt in, Is !)l to Is 9 (1 ; Tartarilt scot, lIs Ihl ; do feel, I1s I ; Al gerian milling, is diit l iis ld; do feol, is Iid to is 7. ITBarley.'Thler is no ibutineslt.?i to report in Ithis article. nuld buyers o nilt seeo anxious to oplerate exceplt at a relition on hlte quotlations. e quote (nomlIIIlly): -Prime malting, is 2t to fis :hi ; nltiim, 4s 9d to is I0: thin bright lots, t3s; feel sorts, 2s to 2is Id. A Revision Court will be ihlc in the Shire hIall, 'riatra, to the 2"rid inst, fior the purpose of running the votes ...
GAZETTE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 13 July 1894
GAZETTE NOTICES. Richard Crawford Smaliniin, Esq., has bIeen removed from time couniinssion of the peace for tile Eastern Bailiwick. Proposed revocation of tlhe temporary rcservation of Ilands.-it. lurcliison.-Tlhe temlporary reservation, by order of tlie 11th October, 1878, of ten acres of lanut in the parish of Murchisonl, being plart of allmotmlelnt 47, ais I site for a Quarry, is about to be revoked. Permits to occupy issued to approved appllicants.--Thos. Clarke, 7a. r. 21p., Miepoll ; Jos. )odemnaide, (Ia. 3r. 10p., Miepoll; J. C. Ifayman, Ga. Or. 37p., Miepoll; Santl. Hutson, 20a. Or. Op., Yarraweyah; Phillip Howell, Jur, lOa. 2r 22p., Shepparton ; Hugh Kennedy, 9a. Ir. 1 lp., Miepoll ; .ho, T. O'Connor, S10a. 3r. 30p., Yarraweyah; Sarah I. Sage, (ia. Ir. 3ip., Miepoll; Mary E. Sage, 5a. Or. 2p., Miepoll. Permit revoked.-Alexander Burnet, l4a., Shepparton. Revision courts will be held at. Tluan oin the 3rd( August ; and at SltVprrton on the 18th July. Tl'enders for grazing la...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 13 July 1894
HOLLOWAY'S PILLS AND OINTMENT. Rheumatism and Gout.-These purifying andl soothing remedlies deserves tile earnest atteln tion of all persons liable to gout, sciatica, or other painful affections of the muscles, nerves, or joints. Tile Ointment shouIld be applied after the affected parts have been patiently fomenuted with wIarn water, whetn the Oint ment should be diligently rubbed upon the adjacent skin, unless the friction causes pain. Ilolloway's Pills should be simtiltaneously taken to diminish pain, reduce inlanmmation, and purify the blood. This treatmunt abates tihe violence, tand"loscuns the frequency of gout, rheumatism, and all spasltnikic disecse, which spring from hereditary predispositions or from any accidental iweakness .of consti tution. The Ointmentehecks the loeal talady, while tie Pills restore vital powevr. MERRIGUM STORE. (succEsson TO J. AND T. MANL.Y) BEGS to notify to the residents of Merrigwn and District that he has a largo stock of GENERAL GROCERIES, IRONMO...
THE TRIUMPH OF THE DOUBLE-FURROW. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 13 July 1894
THE TRIUMPH OF THE DOUBLE FURROW. Mitchell and Co., of 655 and 657 Elizabetlh-street, Melbosurne, the well known agricultural implement makers, may fairly claim to have achieved a pro nounced success in the . making of -ilouble-furrow ploughs. At the Wo rribee Grand Champion Match of 1891, they took first, second, and third prizes in the class with only three ploughs at work. In the following year at Wcrribec, they again took first and second prizes. In 1893 they crowned these performances at the International Plouglirng Match, held near Hobart, Tasmania, on 4th and 5th October, 1893, by securing first prize for tre only double-fur'row plough they had at work. In addition they gained the silver trophy as the most successful plough makers at the same match. In the field trials which have taken placei in the colonies lduring the last few years, Mitchell and Co's. imple ments have asserted their superiority on many occasions when in competition with the leading manufacturers. Of course...
A PROGRESSIVE FIRM. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 13 July 1894
A PROGRESSIVE FIRM. Although J. Byrne anid Co., mantel makers, etd. etc., of No. 4 Viaduct Buildings, Flinders Street,' Melbourne, only started business seome nine years ago their name is- a household one even beyond the confines of Victoria. The dwellers in Riverina and the back blocks of New South Wales now patronise the firm largely, and this is only the pre cursor to an Australasian wide connec tion. The secret of success is easily explained. Good articles at the lowest price, promptness Tiif despatch, and careffil packing go far in a trade where most of the articles are of an exceptional and fragile nature. The list dealt with by the firm is a forimidable one. Mantel pieces running ill value from 2s to .E72 each, constitute but an item in the stock, though the range in prices will sufli ciently inldicate the variety in that line. As anl advertisement on anotler page will show, the premises contain amlongst other things kitchen ranuges, one-fire cooking stoves, tiled and registe...