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WOLVES AND LIBERAL UNIONISTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 14 July 1887

WOLVES AND LIBERAL . UNIONISTS. General Grant was not without bu?-ad - Wits.es the following story, and its applies. lion by him to the ernggereted olamoor'ai boasting ol those who desert their partp: In politiso:--" On the evening of the fntehta out" the wU on an ezpedilon 'near` S. Mextoon frontier'Jnet before the bre.tieg out of the war io 1845, see Vol. L, p.:7Z e~ the "Personal Memolre') " we heard' a&. most unearthly howling of wolves, direon in our front.. rhe prairie graes was tall; a we oouod not see the beaots, but U nound Indloated that they were near.' "? my ear it appeared that there must have been enough of them to devour our ptrty. horses and all, at a single meal. Theopa of Ohio that I bailed from woe not Ihiýe settled, but wolves had been driven out'iob~ before I left. Biojamin" (his compsn and a brother oflioer) "was from ledfsii; etill less populated, where the wolf~e roamed over the prairie.. He nnde Oesa the nature of the animal, and the oapice;t of a fe...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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A SPORTING TIPSTER'S REVELATIONS. FOR DUKES AND DUSTMEN, [?]BAND BOYS AND KARLS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 14 July 1887

A 3PORE[SGi' TIFTER'S : BRE.VELATIONS. Iron Dort. AND DUWmUn, sRan mor?TI Nothing could possibly be more seasonable in Derby week than the disagreeable dis olosures whioh we print below, not on the bhance that they. may be useful, for notbhing ean do any good to those infected with the malsa for betting. We ? eglish bet on almost everything and anything-on billiards, boaiog, and bitting, on rowing, rooning, and racinog of all alnde, hot above all on horasraoing. Given an uncertain event, no matter what be its nature, it is about a teo.to-one' chance that moosne will be staked on the result. In vain the Lgsle lature deolsrese that betting is illegal; is is indulged In by all classes as much as, if not more than, it ever was. The duke boets, so dole the dustman;. the erran.hboy bets, so0 dces the earL B.en the maid of all work bate ooeasionally, and so does the marohioness, as, after all, might be expected, when we remember that one of our principal owners of race horses, is a female ...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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WE SHOULD BLOT OUT DISEASE IN ITS EARLY STAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 15 July 1887

WE ShiOULDBLWU OUi DISu EASE IN ITS :EARLY ITAUES. Thi disease comnmeeces with ia light derangement of the' t0'hmach; bidt, if neglected, it in time involves tho whole frame, embracing 4the kidneysa, liver, pancreas, and in fact the entire glandular system; anil the afflicted drags out a tatiserablo existence iniitil. deatl 'givis relief from suffering. Tlhe disease is often iimistaken for other coluplaintsi but if the reader will ask himself the following questions he w 'R.h-srr determiiehovlithler he 'liiniself is one of the afflicted ;-Have I distress, pain, or difficulty in breathing after eating? Is there a ldull, lheavyfeeling, attended by dlrowsiness? Have'! the eyes a' .yellow tinge? Does a' thick, sticky mucous gather about the gums and teeth in the imornings; accompanied by. a:disagree able taste? Is the tongue coated ? lIs there paili in tlihe eides and back? ToIs there a fullness anbout the right side as if the liver were enlarging?- Is there costiveness? Is- there 'vert...

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New Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 15 July 1887

New Time Table. Trains leave Tntura 6.40 a.m. and 4.20 pn.m.; arrives at:12.1: p.m.- and 8.26 p.m. North-Entern train leaves 0lel bourne (i.40 n.in. aiid 2.55 pan.; arrives in fMelbourno at 11.16 a.m. express from Seymour, and 10.15 p.m. ordi nary. Goulburn Valley trains arrive nat Seymiour 9.10 ai.m. and 6.47 p.ni., and leave Seymour for Melbourne 9.83 a.m. and 7.58 p.mr

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THE WANGARATTA MURDER. ARREST OF MRS. MEPHAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 15 July 1887

THE WANGAltATTA MURDER. ARREST OFB Mus. MEPIIAN. At 5 o'clock on Thursday. afternoon tliopolice of Wangnretta were informed that a woman natmeld Mrs. Callow, living at Do'cker's Plains. weas believed to have beein murdered. On Saturday lnast the police received a letter from MIrs. Cal liw,"asking for nlassistatice, and stating tlhat hei younger sister, Mire. Melphan, lhad beateil iher, and broken her furniture in, a passion. Constable lRobineon went to the house, and found the sisters to gether. Tlhen Mrs. Alephlian heard that her sister had entt for the constable, she broke out into nn ungovernable rage, tlhreatoening the life of lier sister, who would not give her in charge or summnion her. The hlouse was somiedistance fromi those of tihe nearet .neilghbours, and nothing further was noticed until Tlurs day afternoon, when a girl namied Tutty called for some mIilk, which Mrs. Callow haId prdniised her the eveiing befdre. Slhe saw t he body of MIre. Callow lying liemir a sihod in th...

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MOOROOPNA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 15 July 1887

MOOROOPNA RACES. The races postponed from last week on account of the inclement state of the weather' were held on Friday. The at= tendance was fairly large, and 'the events well contested. The following are tlheresults: OHANDICAP HURIDI CACE. Black P'rince ... ... 1 Ava >.. ..... 2 . Gladiator ... ... 8 Vanity also ran. This race was won easily. WELTERI IIANDICP. Gordon ... ... .. . 1 Little Jack ... ... t Verbena . ... t Coraluce also started. Wou'Vby four lengths. seLLING RACE. Grace Darling ... ... 1 Little Buck ... ... 2 LADIEB' BRACELET. Gordon ... . ... .. 1 Corale ... ... .... 2 Gladiator ... ... 3 'Tally also started in this race, which was won easily. PLYING HANDICAP. Newmarket ... .. 1 Trojan ... .. .. 2 Mavourneen ... ... 3 The' other . starters weore Saladin, Little Buck, and Little Peter. New market won by six lengths.

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ACCIDENTAL POISONING. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 15 July 1887

ACOIDENTAL POISONING.. A singular Ind futl case ofe acci dental poiesoning dccurredl at Hamilton on Tuesdaty ovenwlg. Four swngsien; hamed. Wm. Crowe, Midhldel 'Dofohoe, Samuel. Taylor, and John Kane, par took of some tea made by onoeof-them with water 'containing nisenic; which Mtood in an old, boiler on the S rath. kellar destate, . six :miloe from hlere$ Serious symptomsb.hegan to appear, and the muen reported what had occurred tai Mr. Skene,. the owsner i of tlihe station. He sent word to the Hamilton police, who despatclidd DrI N'Farlano at ,once. The usual remedies were applied,(and the men seemed to be recoverilg atfihst, ht a late, hoir on T'uesday night only. one appeared to be io 4 very critideal' condition. At ain early lihodrfi n WiW d nesday morniigk,' howeveir, iaeylo aiftd Kane died. The formnetif wt i3' ytiat8, bf age and the laitor 2. The.ibddies weto taken to. Hamilton.... The other two sufflerers ard iow in the "Hl uiiltoni Hospital. progressing fatohnriibly Only....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 15 July 1887

W. S. GILLAM, BOO TMAKER. B EGS to inform his nuneroue pat roue that heo in succeeded ini obtaining the prelmises lately occupied by Mr. Irwin, saddler,: GOtjLBURN. STREET, Next door to Mr. T. Lacy's Drapery Establishment. - - In returning thanks to patrons for past favours, he can assure tlhen.that having a "thorough knowledge of tthi fequire ments of his customers, they can rely on the business leing.fnithfully conducted. la Note tle Addressi W. S. GILLAM, (Next Lacey'i Drapery, Tatura), Goelburn street. JUST PUBLBHED (2NEW DITION) Prism One Shilling (poet, twope extra) in any stamps. DR.LA MERT'S Work on "The Physa logy of Marriage describes how the powam af manhood are lost or suspended, how they san be reinvtgoerasd and maintained nil an advanced period of life, and is intended to enlighten thousands on most important subject, in regard to which they am entirely ignorant. It also contains many valuable hints and instructions (derlved from a long and successful practice for the ...

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SHOCKING ACCIDENT ON THE NORTH-EASTERN RAILWAY. A WOMAN CUT TO PIECES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 15 July 1887

SHOCKING ACCIDENT ON THE NORTH-EASTE LN. A ILWAY. A WOMAN CUT TO PIECES. A frightful accident happened on the railway line, between Euroa and Violet Town, on Monday night, whereby y, woman, named Mahelr, was literally.cut to pieces. The decnased was the wife of the keeper of a gatoeabout two miles out of Violet Town, and she was evi dently making her way homo along the line when the, accident happened. The driver of the goods train fancied that the train passed over some obstacle, but the body was not discovered until the express passed at 8 o'clock this morn ing, wheli tle mutilated remaiins were observed scattered over the line. Tlhd driver slackened off, signalled to a mail passing along the line, and reported the matter to the station-master at Euro:d Constable Hallield was despatohe6 td the scene, and he found the body seat toredi in pijecs for more than 100 yardd along the lihe. The first portion seen was the complete face ofthe wonia, cut' off from lier head as clean as by a ...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PRODUCE REPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 15 July 1887

)YYEIIECIAL INTELLtAGNOE. IeODUCE UrBtMB Very little grain is nt* cosins into the locnlstation. Wheat is quoted at'frtm Sa Gd 'to s GJ}d; no barley or wheat to baud. Mesofs Williams and Co. rdport the 'market as follolrs:-Wheat, Is. Gd lMessrs M'Namara and 'Co, report:-At 'Shopenlrton, on Tuesdar, 12th July, we yarded 831 dattle and a fdw horses and im plements. We sold 0 bullocks £7 Its to £8 12s ; 14 steers and heifers, *2 1Gs., 2 cows and calves, £5; 12 bullocks, £4 17s, 24 heifers, L.3 12s, 12 steers, £3 14s, 10 do, L4 Is, 17 calves, 45s'; 5 calves, 45s. cows, L4 Is; cows, £4 18IS; 21 calves, 455 Gd,82 do, 42s, 2 heiferr, 113 is; do, :4 7a Gd, 10 steers and heifers,4 es 6d; 7 cdows, ItA IS; t theifers, L4 8s, vealurs, I2 ICs. Horses dull of sale. WVe sold spring 'cart horse for L12. Har rows, 409. BlSnce last report we hrive sold; privately-At. Katandra, 0 forward store bullocks, L5 17s Gd; team of workiig bul. locks and tackle at a good ligure,. At Katunga 300 metino ewes and l...

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KYABRAM BRADSHAW. MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 15 July 1887

KYABRAM BRADSHAKW: MAIL NOTICEB. Mails close daily for Melbourne Toolamba Murchison; at 10.80 p.mm and 8.50 pgm. Mails arrive from- Tatuii daily 5.80 p.m Itochste r Tuecsdays; Thursdays, and SsBatur days 10 a.m.: Depart to Tatura daily 9.30 a m. To Rochester 4 p.m.Tuesdays, Thurs days, and Saturdays. Postmaster-Mr. D. D. Mellis. Registrar of Births and Deaths-Miss. F Leader.. . ,Justices of the Penace-Messrs. A:. Alla. S Lanrcaster iid Forgo:

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 15 July 1887

TNotices. MRS D UP FY, -Fashionable Dressmaker, .,n tIhe Premises lately ocuapied biy 1n,. It. H. BOYD. hi-All Orders ipunctually attendedto. E S T. B R 0 S. nU.tBURwN VALTLEY NURSERY, M 0OROOP N A, Uire a splei'lid lot of FRUIT TREES FOR SALE at 12s. per dlozen'. Oranges and Lenions 188. per dozen, £6 1Os. per 100, £55 per 1000. Vines, well' rooted, wino va rieties, £7.per 1000 or£1 per 100. Cuttings ditto, 15s. per 1000. Choice table, raisins, (Gordo: Blncno) "and curranrit varieties, £10. per 1000, £1 'Gs per 100, 4s. per dozen. 'Cuttings ditto, 30s.,per 1000. Shade and Shelter Trees, 7s. 'Gl. per dozen, £2 10s. per 100. is' 'Send for our priced' Cataloguen whlich cohtaina useful .hints on the selection iand plantitig of Oranges, Vines, and Orchard fruits. Nessrs Knight Bros, SEEDSeEN, NURSERYMEN, & FLORISTS, S ANDHIURST. H AVE 'openoed their branch estab S lishnieont in Shepparton, nearthe iechanics' Institute, Wyndhanm.strcet, with s large and varied, assortment of Nure...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 15 July 1887

Notices. A DVANCE on WOOL, GRAIN, A c., STOCK?, STATION PRO. UCE of all kindd. :New "Zaland Loan and Mercantile Agency Co1mpany. (Limited.) CAPITAL . ... £3,500,000 RhES~Ri VE FUND ...: £27,000 MikA. f;iberal''Cash Advances on S ' Station Se'rities, Ensuing. Clips of. Wool,, Grain, &c. FORI SALE in 3IE BOURTE, Or SIIPMENT.. to,,LONDON. Auction Sules of Wool held iregularlyt 'iljuouglioull tc 'seaPson. ' ' ' ' Auition ' Snl?o' of Tallowi~'Hiies, Sheoeikins, .Leather, &c.:; three times'a "weik'tirougiout the year., i ':.i,; , " Auction Sales n f Grain, .F'lour, &., ;held every Wednesday.--- DAVID ELDER, Manager.'j*. I. YOUNGUUSBAND, ..; eaol and Produce Manager.' M[elbourne Wool and Grain Warehouses; Collins-street West. SPatos i os.'Pi Organs. Organg RWT . FURLONG . '84 'Sranton-strcet, " (Four doors from Bourke-street.) - .Pinios' by R'iiniscli, f'llirdmayer,. 'Lipp, Aucher,. Dod, ', Schrojr;, 'Wilmder, &c. Agent for tlie celebrated aigobn ",ininos; C...

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The Krabram Union. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. FRIDAY, JULY 15, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 15 July 1887

SPUBLISHED EVERY FFRIDAY. FRIDAY. JULY 15.. 1887. STo-day the,first -Revision Court will. be held in Tatura Iminediately after a special :meeting., of the Council will be held, when ;itemes of intcrest: will be brought forward.-. The. principal thing on the notice paper is the advisability of procuiring trees and shrubs for street and park' planting.;. We .,truste that the Council will not let thisn season pass by. without planting the streets of Tatura and Kyabreim.;n : . A nimeeting of tlio Tatora iTuif Club ivill be held at· Uost VWootton's this evoening for thi puirpose of receivisingthe balaice-sheoet, and otherinatters to be brought foreard. The olicerseare to be complimented for the satisefietory malei nor in'whicbh they have. carried out- tihe Winer moetitigi. i iThey hiviie not only lpaid off all tho outitanding, debts.cot= teacted proeionsly; gave a good diy's sport, and liberal prizes, but come of with ia good nest egg for the next meet ing. We trust that the oflicers who...

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WARANGA SHIRE COUNCIL. TUESDAY; 5TH JULY, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 15 July 1887

, WARANGA SHIRE ,COUNCILo . 9 -' TuEAriAy'5n JULY,i1.887. S[Alridgedfrdm the GoiulbiTrAdi'ertiser] SPresent--The President (CriiWigg) 4 and Crs. Kane,. Barratt, Ferguson, P. Pook, Philli ps; olan and Hehily.: . • The minutes df the previous meetiig were read and ohfirmned. S ccnihESrO-NDNa ".. S From ratepayers, Bailieston, draing c attention to the bad"tlat"ilof tie road Y between Sandy Cielk and'i "'r. A, Camcon's.-Motion. T II ", ';: S From W. P. A. Smith, Murchison, asking a box traiii`icross "tlifootplth 0 to take the water off his land.-CO. , Barratt said thd work had been .do'io by S'Mr Smith.-Received.- *:-· -, , :;: SFrom Mr.IR. Camtion, agid{h'aAbkiig f permission to mind bn a ioad at'Vlhroo, l and stating that since .his irst applica d tion had been, sent in Mr:. Iopd had 0 been granted a permit for a portion of 11 the grouiAd.-TITe President pointed dut; t that tlio"'rad 'asked for: wias .not 'pro lclaimed,one, and thereforer the Council could iot .tallojany acti6ii.n-Mr...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 15 July 1887

INIPOUNDINGS. Impodnilded at Rochester, 2nd -July, damages.O0s per head.-Red steer, slit and piece olf ofi car, like OT dear loin rod and white steer, blotch brand like OT near loin. On the 5th July, daminages 10s.-Grey horse, branded W neiiar shoulder. To be sold on 3rd Augusht, 1887. Impounded at Shepparton, 2nd July. -Red roan horse, well-bred back, saddle anilcdked,switclh tail, JO off shoulder, like ic stc off shoulder. 0To be sold = on 2ith July, 1887. . ::IImpounided at Moora on Srd July. Red and white cow, T1 off runimp; white cow, tops of ears black, M or H off ruiui. To be sold on. 3rd August, 1887. Impounded at Murclhison, 2nd July. -Black nmare, star, saddlen marked, ID near shoulder; bay nisare, pony, star, saddle inarked, niear hind foot white, like- c., overOO i0 near shoulder. To be sold bn 3rd August, 1887. . *Impounded atNuiturkah, 3tlih June. -Red andilwhite steer, JB oil riunp; red -and white steer, JB off rumni ; brown liorse, PR ineir shoulder. Oh the 2ndl July...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 15 July 1887

Trade Address.e TLHLOMAS BAZZELE Y'S "(Late of Moire) CRITERION HOTEL; (Late J. TIEI NE"b ' .), aO_,M OMODATION, unremitting attention; and evýry , t ý. o ",f glse Wines and Spirits are PersobaiyfU Seleetil froam tae, ', Stcks. .of the. Selt Produacers. ,,. `BILLIARDS ! BILLIARDS! ! BILLIARDS 111 HOBsEBS an BUGGIES always onII HIRE. Extensive and comfortablejl. ,STADBLING. A CCOOMMODATO N. HOGAN'S COMEIc IAL HOTEL, UOMAS HOGAN begs to intimatto the surrounding inhabit'nts aind public generally that Superior AccommodationandModeriteOChargesare he specality0of this first-class hotel. '' ,; ,III igqursWo.f Avthe Best rBrandes and Purest Quality onslyc ', BILLIARDS!- BILIIAItW S!! ,. '.= IsILLIARD.!,!º! SUPERIOR STABLING iand AC(OOM1IODATION PADDOCKS.: ?Horees and Bnggies, asmwell as Buggy Pairs always otillire." vi am n rarTATUIRA. wn i yIR'ST-CLSS4ACOMMODATION I i ' I R TL''A'S S !AlC.C O M M'O"D'A T T A E L RN Wi~,Ales, apd "56irlis7'7Of~tfk~e Bes~tt Brands. WINTER DRAPERY, WOOLLENS,...

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GOOD-BYE TO YE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 21 July 1887

GOOD.BYE TO YE. It was in the drill square, Royal Ealiner Barracks. A squad of recruits were atdril amongst whom was an Irishman named Doherty, 6fs. Iin. in helght. At that time. the sergeant.major was Mr. G--g, only fLt 4in. On bthis day be was seen approachig the squad, looking sharply about for some fault. All squared up with the ezcenton of Doherty, and the sergeant.major made straight for him, when the following dia. loge ensued :-Sergeanttmajor : " Head up, that man l" (Doherty rateed his hbea tliahtly.) "Up higher, sir I" (The bhadwas raised agan.) Then the sergeant.major, by standing on his toes, managed to reach Doherrty' chin and poked it higher still with the remark : " That's better I Don't letme see your head down again." By this time all were interested at seeing Doherty staring far away and above the serreanS-major's bead when Just then a voice from above in a rich brogue said : ' Am I so be always like this, sergeast.meJor?" 8ergeat-maot or: " Yes, sIr l" Doherty : "...

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HE WAS ONLY A RELATION BY MARRIAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 21 July 1887

HE WAS ONLY A IIELATION BY MARRIAGE. It wee at a ball, and he bed caught het nalme in introduction to Miss Something? and bhe wa much touched by her beauty. But he did not like the epoprentSly vey friendly tearms she was on with eanothee fellow; and be began quietly pumpin to lnd out how things stood. " He sems very fond of you Y' he aid. "Oh, yes ; be rather likes me." " It looks very seriouse." "Oh, n; it,' not very serious." "lint there is something?' " Nothingoat of the ordinary." " Perhaps he is a relation" " Yes; he's a rlation." " Brother or cousin " "Neither.. He'r onol a relation by mte. riage. He's my husband."

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NOT THAT SORT OF A RELIC. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 21 July 1887

NOT THAT SORT OP A RELIO. The widow of adistinuisehed professor was visited by a rather shabbbygeoteel sort of geotleman, who expressed Rgreat admiralUo for her deceased husbbud, aud who filnI maid " I revere the memory of your husband, and would like very much to have some rais to keep and cherish." STh only tbing I can offer you." replid the disconsolate widow. sighing heavily. " is myself. If you will love and cherish me fosh hit sake, you may." Bus the relio bunter had silently stole away before shabe could finish the msetence.

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