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AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 14 July 1887
AUItIOULTU1aL, NoLtE u. The milhneei of the winter is thls hem'nef general remark. .Ta ,months of u Joe and July, s' a rule, are vuery eld; 'but shie year: notwithesaldl.g all the rain thls hba fellse, the nthtb', with but. I w etaeption: bhae been very mild for this t mneof year. lo for we have ned has few frosts, and there has likeewso been a notierable habsnoe of those sold uadp erclng wlntry windo tle sell eo severely upn the endition if all elapses' o .tock Viewed from every saredp'ito, stoet. breeder, and whealsgtowee, in feao all who are interested in eithrlr agrilturel, pastorll, or hortionltuoal pursuite acnnta do otherwise than regard the present seulaon as one of bhe moSt preaniinllg hey have experieooed for a great many years. Thrre is a growing opioin amongst farmers and orehardlete that some united eIort twill shortly have to be resorted to in order to setimp rot the sparrow pedt. Unless some remedial mearnres are very soon taken, some of our most prumi?lrg inour tries...
FRAGMENTS OF FUN. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 14 July 1887
'FRAGMENTS OF FUN. "Aw you fond of calve.' bwains, Mie hIBelle " "No, not particularly ; bus I o i.sil'n to you for while." " Jack, please don's; you mess my bale. But Jack kept sight on, on the ground that i he mus.ed he most. tfs. Jones ; " Don't trouble to sae ms to the door, Mrs. Smith." Mrs. Smith: " Nt trouble. Quite a pleasure, I msnure you." " Never sake a bull bi the horns, soucs I man," cuontele Josh Billinegs, "but take him by the tail, then you can let go when yot want to. " It's all very well," said the glraedleger, " to advise a young man to begin at the bottom and work up, but In my business ti ain't practicble." A New York x*-alderman recently dropped dtead while carr)iug £5,000 in his pockets, yet there are many of us who are perfectly willing to take the same risk. Young wife : '? I wonder theL birds, dia'l come here any more. I nesed 'to throw the ite of cake I made, and-" Young husband " Thut acoounts forls." " Bridget, did you get the flowers that I am to wear t...
HUMOUR IN SIGNS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 14 July 1887
UUMOUR IN spiGs. !aaao.C rn9. a srich shoem'lko of Man. obcEmtr,. 'ho I-t his`irroperty to pantie ohatith,.,CopanleI bin UiraeI.nop'Opppoei6 tO the htilldinr wfh.re he had bhen a servant. antt putaull which reo n t" iI. Came-from over Shenel"° '3ooevineas like thit was the iOjn af " raveee.....--.. siu insrgernear Qe~uoridi, who, bhai.e been duiveim out of tie .'boles, bottI another opposite snd ,nrvtihee it :-'D uogae-front over the w./.'! The aut.teasor reuonted by potting op at nsew in.eriptoo :-'' route is no D emget here now."
WIT AND HUMOUR. HAS IT COME TO THIS? [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 14 July 1887
':WLT AND HUMIOUR. g AI.IT}CO't&iO TtITS? A'reSiieot'0f Bit.'o h;, heeoio the hahit of gIiving hiodlve)eoruold boy a nickel ecory utme he'btiingit hug slpperg to him.', To. other daIht hOW etrtlknr ltore'piuyon .cii'nit oif the near advoent of a uurdoy. The InuultuuutI p prrut refuel sunt advauue* and fur two daii feuihrd hlu'own eluppere, and then the uettgolder cuhiudalittle eu l, under umk ýi dir she uurk as the old prIor. But the och. o, fter one trial, had to be ahan 1,ine f.,hr luea elhe alad the oaltqi'l golut i It ntaied a. 'cab" by her own brother aty longer. ___
DIDN'T CARRY A LANTERN. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 14 July 1887
DIDN'r CARRY ALANTERN. A £.rmer returiong home rahber late ,oe ..ight discovered a yokel, with ?a lanter under hic.kischb n window, who when asked hie bueinsee there said be had only come "e-cur'ingo." Come a what '" asked ebi ftrmer. "'Ao,urtring, sir. 1'se courbino Mery.'" " But what do you want with a lIastern' ceked the firmer; " I never used one whenll wa a roung man." "No, sir." wue the yokel' reply, "I don't think 7e did. Ju'Jiud by the looks of the missea."
WAITING FOR HIS GIRL. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 14 July 1887
WAIflNG FOR IUL3 GIRL. Y raga1 mrn* Io *exton, at church, door.: "' lient t. sermon naeirly done?'' Seitron: Abtat co boar yet. Ha. Be'only, 'n hii Laotlt'.' Y'tang taw', :" Will It rke blim at boar to x- throrab hie. L.tlr' 1" tinton: "No; hut'there' the'One word more ated I er dour;,' aid tbe' Flinlly.' ard the' lIn ojaulason' to come. et. Don't net imrpati.ut, boaR Maooi Your girl woot .puiil l"
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 14 July 1887
Years of' Bright, Happy,' an Vigorous Life!I glare been given to Thoudands!! 'who believed their' health hopelessljgone !lt' If You' Sul.rlg ,fom I odotf ton-, Sliojam sad Kldnap disoriders t - If Iou 'have aitknatf IOmplone, VILfnoltip'a Sruathiug, sad flout PalpiltaiUon 1a" Ifyon se book.. nw.n wit, 0ouboi eocimstftat, L bagolt ii, e I pJon s. tloturt wilt Violeng Hcradsooku Slug Isaiuwosua Neivue. Irritabilit III . ",, i . r It you are weak and IseoulJ, add unable to c pa with jour daily oatie! ' 1, If you are gboory mcd mrooe sand Ie.I abet alll Us world Ia aaini tyou Your krouki. ci be tracad; In ikethe A PIaoae% r - -. L4VSR tOt LA OMPI iN " +, " ' -+`"', so pravalent I. this oocitry, e.11 01105 Ocult oly. body to a greter Lf Iasdr :c:.'PPa do sot give Apr: L~to for . , as : ~ DUINSTON'~E'S CONFOUND' 3533505 of ,DANDOLION( nad L'VN "PILLS , r ,,, WIInL RSTOBE YOU, to HEALTHI LAs urely sl most fol olpeoel lk. y theori~au.e."' A OASE IN POINT. - " I have beeau nfferling fo the l...
Building Society. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 14 July 1887
eUlding Society The usual monthly meetiug of the Pamin Building A~.celation was held at the sr efB0e, 54 Collius a'reet eBst, on 8 IIb ain.stb presldeas, Mr. John Nimmo, M,P:, 'beig i~ the chair. The secretary, Mr. J.mes Miraew reported that the total receipts' for the mon-I werea 152,903. of which L29.912 had boe9 received upon fixd deposit, L3.373 as depedJt in the savings bank branch, L10.220?ae pag. ments to capital acoount, and L9,328~as repa mr ste upon loss Mr. Mirams furtbee reported that the whole of the .5,fusd sheil offered at 5.. premium lied been takens p, making 25 000 now isaend, giviog a ifid enpelat of L25,000. It was reaolvod to rils the premium upon these abares to ?7b. 0d..e.i limit the number to be isuoed at that rate., 1,000, after which the premium will be rel4 to 10. It we alsoI determioed to reduc he rate of lteret upoo de poitsoae oe lf per oestL making them 6 per cenot. for twelve monthae 5j for. sl? months, and 5 for three moatbe. DIorino the month 0 ans ...
UNDER ETHER. A RECENT EXPERIENCE. (PALL MALL GAZETTE) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 14 July 1887
UNDER ETHER. A Reca? n Exran?sea. (PALL MALL oazsrrr ) Senday, the a1hb, at halt-past 1, was the hour fixed on for the operaton. It Ie a curious sensation, feeling perfectly well and sound in wind and limb, so ls waising for a man to whom you are to surrender volition, cooslousness-ln fact, everythnlg buo life -Aslf-while he cuts and carves as you with his knives and lancets. One is so aoncu tomed to seeing the doctor only when one is ill and depressed, or after as accident in the field, that it seems Incredible that there should be the slightest necessity for this absolote and deliberate eurrender to the urgeon. It Is easy enough to wait when one is suffering, for the viist of the medical men bringsrelief, or at least breaks the monotony of the long hours; bat to wait in perfect health for the performance of a painful operatlon is a very different and more nervous matter. Boon after the hour named two serious, frock-coated gentlemen. with ominous little black beags in their hands, ...
HOW I STRUCK OIL. A STORY IN TWO PARTS. (ALL THE YEAR BOUND.) PART I. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 14 July 1887
HOW I STRUCK OIL. A STOR i T' Tw PARTS. (' ALL T1rsTa A oirOND.') SPART I. * And so you've got just twelve months in which to raise ten thonuand pounds ?' 'And, of conrse, if you can't raise it, Wylie forecloses and secures the estate.' ''l'hat is so.'. 'iDo you'think'the?rb 's the remotest possi. bilith that you will getethe money?' ' Yell ye, 'I do.' I am afraid you're deceivina yourself. You might; of course, borrow "?- . ,, , .. .t.e estate itself, prorided it Pwereuneccnmbbred, hut, when it is already. mortgaged up to that amount,' no one in hli. senses would advance yon a penny on it; t.r you know that, sluce it was morrgaged, the property has fallern to semething like half of its original value owine to your uncle's car. lees mnnnagement, SBut, my dear sir, I have no intention of horrowing the money. I mean to make it,' At these brave words Polly looked at me ,roodly and gave me a little caresaing pat o the arm, while old Gonson, Polly's fathe. grinned sardonically. . 'Do you...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 14 July 1887
R. A. M" 'O W N 8 U I' 124 COLLINa SIREgP Bf ,l. A jUSTALIN PROP VTY c Td I ?VIKTMENI S COM, PNY LIMITED. CAPITAL. r000,000. No. 8 V llirtbeth ?kt. D. Both. , . (tairman' .. H. J. Laondo rq.P.. Vloesbelea HIon. P.T. Dor mI M.L.h J. A. B tn n oo. Lr. Hon. W F. Walkr, M.LL MAflAOK L 0.. P ,ar D s L1oJol poepecty bought. Money received on depodl fao thot ' otA periods. , . . .. . CHeP MOuNY oas UuUnTY LAND, from 8" S.t or e. Bearu and lotevenon, 18 Timplooe."or Telbuorno . . L S1 arktld?oab Oolelsl Pketwst. BronTb oSoo " 875 Bronnswlok d?ntc, ltsroy. eemldeoi: W. P. oonetoe. L?q. .amayotor ofl*,y) Pormuuln and lneo oltin hre mS 8a h, e b ortnlghbtly .ubocriptlone. Lomn grnnted witbool delay. Drpogto receve 7 per cent per an0cr Inoverorse per oeMt. and U Otlcipete to preyl0t 8tvlgo inetitllte dopnot.e received, I. and upward. W. MITO OItt-GADD, MoAISar. Col fotrptopeto. Hlt BUN PE"RMANKNT BUILDING 800131! L Me lkort.bblldlnp. Collin, tree weatl. SANO GBD&?ITCU WITHOUT DELAY. OR ...
PROGRESSIVE MELBOURNE. THE PREMIER PERMANENT BUILDING ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 14 July 1887
PROGbESSs.VE 'MELBOURNE. THE PREMIER PERMANENT BUILD ": ING ASSOCIATION.' The rrmoval of the above.mentioned 'reisety to its new and handsece premisee in Collins etreet east affordi Os an opportunitaly of noticing the grow' h and progre s of doe of the most popular financial enoorpritel ever started in theCity. Thesookrty, under the masnagement of Mr. James MArams, tom .menaoed operations in 1874 on a very un pretending scale and in a modest building In Collins street west, close to the London Chartered Bank. 'The growth of the society in the early part of its existenee was slow. People had not then bren eduoted op to the samnm appreciation of the value of such institutions as they are now a days.i Still, solid progress was made, and after several years it was found neoesssry, owing to the sugmentation of business, to abandon the cradle of the society and to move Into the more commodioun premises known sa the Premier chambers, in Collins street west. Here the volume of business so i...
Wine-growing in California. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 14 July 1887
Wie- rewtus fa caitfcrala. Aceordiug to the "San Franoison Mer| h?ant" there are now ia COlifornia at 'lrat 4.000 winoe-rowers, and the area pantced in vinues a not leas than 160 OOQ aorcs. The value of this land. wih imsprovements, in oot less than £10,000 000 Ea p y) osent I. founntlfor at leasir 40.000, who, wirh their If m'n1. xe rnrent a produiug poputediIo of 11,00 pereoage.
Terr[?]b[?]e Fight With a Mad Wolf. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 14 July 1887
Terrb Igsht With a >w a Wo'a? t I saw recently (wmites the Daily News Ssorrdpoudenr); at the Odsrea B.oterwulotiosl SHopital five pesa.nto, just arrived from the dltriot of Ismail, all of whom had been bitten Sby a"mad wolf. AAmong them was en wbho a told me that a law days ago, in the grey I of the early mornltr, he was is his Slittle farmyrd when 'something sprang I on his back and .a .again.. He turned e instantly to fled bihslf face to face with a Slarge sud -angry-looking- wolf, crouchinr to spring naio. Tbhe animal's head and jaws I wsrebtspattered with foam. It wrn evideutty a rabid. nid the brave old "man rushebd upon his I asaiilant, tbrust hislefst bhd into the animal's month, sad seined its tongue, while with his rilght had he endeevonred to strangle the I brnts. A terrible struggle followed, the wolf's flige mat throb.tbhe mwa's head, and held it SIfkeavyoe. Aftersearlylen minutes' strugle I the old maoLthres bim.nf bbtily upon the wolf, Sstill struggli g despertelly,...
THE YOUNG FOLKS. MY UNCLE TOM'S STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 14 July 1887
'THLEYOUNG FOLKS* MY UoLE TOM% SIroRY. " BY . E. Davis, CAVu0ss.r Now oni ste..i sene forO Irn from "te"w. ,-'~sang- - out Jack. our eldest beshr s we drew round the ire which bluSe cheerfdll in the bigeittinnroo? in our da dqi d Berkshire home. ?arely there never d*- ? ch o nci uncle a e old Toln. Where was tbh man who had ever been so far, seen so macx. or vat so brave and handsome au he? Dild:?nol the treasures that were scattered -and our oay room testify to this and more? 'There were hideous litt'e Idols and blood. ' rlerstllooking weapons from India An eli.galfat' tUth and ltrange of cowries. Z tin s als, Persian ruges Chinese junk.., and temples in ivory ; Jopanee cabinere, clsianti itrds' egge and claw., fling fish and sharks' t~itho, Indian tomnhawrke and eamlplng kl?yie.' Tee creese of a Malay pirate whom ZnpleTomrhsd slain with his own heod in; a deidfutl~tht off the ea ct of Sumaetra. when a dozen Eglishmn, in na small ealhooner, .ikpt at e y fora livelool nia ht, a hord...
A Remarkab[?]e Adventure [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 14 July 1887
ARemarkadbe A veatore A remarkable and almost incredible -ad-. ventures . reposted b P Rusehire oorreepondea. While Cbhristiu M'Ivor. a miode.aged woman,. blougin to the ptr ab of Locbbroom, wee on her way to Kinloehewe, she aocidentally stumbled oand fell over one of tbs many pronipieoe that skirt the margin of tLoch Maree. A. tree growing from a cleft In the rook .miraoolouly interoepted her tall, and prevented hoer plunging .into the deep waters beneath. To this tree the Woman olong with the grip. of despair until she had pertially recovered from the stnning elfectt of her dreadful fall. Beneath her was a sheer rock washed by the dark waten of the lake' above, a rook impossible to olimb i and, to dd to the misery of the poor women'a situation, o be aeame paitfully senliole of the fact that her.reght le was broken below the koae. The pl re e ws ilel away from the nhearot houne. I this paiufoulnxtsemity she noticed a pro. Jadill ledge oloes by the ties, and by tforts wbioh on be mo...