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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 21 July 1887
Electric whiltles, very nmelodious in soumnd and kaid t 1)b les cxpKslre iV lnuiulnuoltutg tian electrio bells, are ber mlsavourabl y received In Franc.. The whistle i anmde hby itting a emwal brass tube with tairthl, apertures so that it opens againslt the spring drools " make and brutOYk. bM'Y·
Max O'Rell's Farewell Lecture. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 21 July 1887
Max GeIIhs Farewell Lecture. Previous to his departure for America, on a lecturing tour, Max O'Reli gave a farewell lecture at Exeter-hall, under the auspices of thel International Arbitration and Peacee Soclety. Mr. Frederic Harrison, who occupied the chair, socepted the invitation with great pleasure, because he was heartily at one with she grand idea of this association-namely. that peace can only be permuanently secured by infusing a new generasl sentiment into the whole publi opinion of Europe and the civilised world. Moreover, he had done his beat to learn something of several of our Continental neighbours, especially of the Ftrench nation, and he had been asruck wisth te extraordlnuary amount of ignorance that had reigned on both sides of the channel as to a true understanding between England and France. On both sides tshre is persistent misrepresentetion; but Max O'ltell, who may be said to be a standing international aseeociation of goodwill among nations, has already done ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 21 July 1887
A perpletng dlmaoull overoome. D?II nTOnI'S I ANMOR is bhe bel aperlea meudlas for cbildreo. and Ia lkrn most redily by them. It will oure billous fever sad all the imente to whlan oLlfdren are subject. For temlahc h nd thrzed worm? thle wedlelae bua proved lnvaluable, Ask for DUN. SfONWf EANMOtA. Of aIl cheoalmt at 1o. uad Se, per botlI.-(Asalw p RUINB E bILoIllO AS8OtIew OP OrrioI: 184 OLIN. 323538 NA?. E Sbn3*obeld capbital - asu0,m PaLd up Bud soorued mpIWB - 17% TntM luoowe 3*887Wr - , 411,US 7bIs ocecrittion bat p.ll Ito ehtrrholdar U 0,1t. per anflt for the pulIt Fen. INTERIMP ALLOWUID an D3?OI 8 For 32 montbe, 6j per cent. per maama gogO 8 m8nth, 8 per oeal pe .nann. 3A8I1N0 8.8K BRANCR. Ttrpotlntt in this branob whi bh paid I per mat. per uoote upon their dally belaooe. I6!06E d 16 fOXD mUARIRl 12,.79 of tibms ohu. hav, an bsee learsed, meL when the nanrbr reme.. 81868 the PEu3n PILIYIUM oa b.. per shah MILL be RAMED tab la. hla shae nen be pald up total, orblmlmt& ...
Preparation for a Journey to Kharteum [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 21 July 1887
reparat'ene for a Joaou erto hartL au It Is stated that Mr. Montague Kerr, the anth. r of "The Far Interior, Is busIly at oa.rk making preparations for a Jerney to Khartoum, while Mr. Keane, who went to Mecca aome years ago, I also intent upon the work. SirR, Burton has intimated hi cardill approval of Mr Keane's plan. and thinks that rhejournoymightbe ooomplish-? Some authorities upon Mohammedan sub. jeets hold the opinion that there banoes nl favour of the Mahdi being now glad to see a E :rcpean. The xplot would nout be altogether fruitless, if sUooeesful. Gordon's last journals have to be reeovered, and the?e are strong grounds for belIeving that one Engltshmac. at least, IS still a saptiveof the Ma?hdl's. Mr Kerr is an experleneed travel. ler, and hie succees among wild trlba hu been remarkable.
The Weaver. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 21 July 1887
The Weaver. A craver eat by the side o his loom, A leingln tgh shutUe fea; "an a thread that oDld wear to e hour of doom Was added at rely odet. Die werphad een by the angell spucn IAnd bi welt was bright gad oe. Lketherds wthlob the mnrolog uubtraldefor the eon, All Jewelled Lver with dew. "nd iebh lipped, brightyed, beautiful flowere In he rich web we re beddede And blithe to Use we( srr ped onward the boon. INol It wore ttne's feet Ided I But sletblng thlersn ame iow etle ?g by, -nd a shadow n the fabrolufell' Acd I sew that the shuttle Ilea b.fthely did Ilog, For thoughbt bath a warlome spell I And a thread that ce o's th warp waitlin We a mi, lanorel; gry ; had anon Ier ukd thee terar-drop staln, Where the flower hbad illenaway. Bat still the terave kept wearng os, Targh the fibelo oll we reoy. And te lowers, andthe buds, and the leave were nd lhe gold thrads cantered lay. And duk--and sll dsrkr--a•d darker grw ago emem there wereal a donthcebklog bashe Lad ms et a blody red. A...
A Hint to Presehers. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 21 July 1887
A Hint to IreelheOs. A young uasistant minister of a church In Fith 1 Avenue, Noew York, has made bhi way intn social favour by inducing the inflnmtial ladies of hle congregation to belihave they were responsible for the best points in: his semon. In maknlog a pastoral call, and when the oonver cation turned on religioun toploi, he would pick out .some utterance of his hoitoes, declare it admirable,, and promise to nue It on the ensuing Sunday. On that eoooselo she would proudly bear him inlrocuse ec embellished form of the conseit with such an intrndcotion as "One of the brightest mind 1I know," or "Froma beautiful souers comoa the Idea." COnuld she'thereafter fall to pot hil Be ts now the lion of a hundred parlours.
EXTRAORDINARY FEUD IN TEXAS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 21 July 1887
EXTRAOBPJSAZL1EUD IN TEXAS. According to a Welarn paper, a man named Walter Ridgeleyr has killed with hi own hand in Texas no fewer than seven male members of a family named Murphy. Is appears that Walter Ridgeley, an unmarried man about thirty-four years of age, lives on the Texan bank of the Red River in the midst of a very lonely and sparsely settled country. Two Irish brothers, named Joseph and lRobert Murphy, kept a ferry on the Red River, about eight miles west of Ridgeley'n farm. The regular fee charged for conveying a man and horse ecrose the ferry was 0oo, or 2@.. On 2nd March a commercial traveller croesed the ferry from Texas into the Indian territory and paid the usual fee. Having tranesocted his business, he returned next day to the ferry, and was conveyed acroes to the Texas side. He handed the same fee to the ferryman, but was informed that they ex. peted to be paid idol. for the job. He remonstrated; noon which the Murphy brother replied, " In that cue as e will keep...
A STRANGE STORY FROM HAWAIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 21 July 1887
-A STR- ANGE 8TOBXEJROW . HAWAII. r In sows notes, on "Scenes in Hawaii contributed to the Toronto "'Week" bi Minnie Porsyth Grant, the follbwllg peasege occurs :-" The natire euperstitlon t ve yo Crest, s no doubt all aborigtnalauparestsito maus be bet there if one bthing wnich--oe meet ay so from personal experience ouear own pert-.ie mt extraordinaury, and I can imagine that eomeof my reedO will ata? lp credit whatbahve to telL As the deathkof hih chief aeroachee, a ewerm of tino redc ih iinvariably come about the harbour of Honolulu or his birthplace. At no other t .me do they appear. During our stay In the ialnda the three lest great tcbiefe of theline of Kamebameha died, and each time' nust before their death, did the swarm' o lab come, reddenian the waters till they lIqed like blood. The rst to die was Ptie"e Ruh (Keelikoiaei) a woman of eetose. stature and extraordinary plainnes of appeerance. She had been ll for some time. and had been ender the influence of her· native Keb...
AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 21 July 1887
SAGUBIOULTURA4 NOTES. "' What a splendid easUon we re bhaving" has besame quite a "stock" phrase. There sl notblng else new to be said regardlog the weather. 'The rain keeps comIng down, and roade are everywhere In an almost im. passable oondition. The wheat crope look well, pastures are forming into a deonse sward, water is rather too plentiful, and stook are everywhere in splendid condition. Farmers are proverbial grumbler., but this season It looks like sa i tbse tillers of the soil were golng to be hard pushed for a grievanue. The Melbourne manufastorers and im porters of agrioullural implements anad m bachnery have had a big tausle with the Naional Agrliooltural oelety on the question of ground rents for the spaces allotted to the different Implement and maehinery exhibitors at the Melbourne show. The national soelety, It appears, ebarge ex hlbitors at the rate of le. per foot frontage as ground rent, but this year it was preposed to inrease the ground rent to 3J. per foot fron...
LIKE AND UNLIKE. CHAPTER IV.—IN THE HUNTING FIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 21 July 1887
LIKE .AJNriTý LIKE. *Br I. EBnan.ODbow ",' utie si I . sr inas. arrso eI»LD. .'.I " re.Frmaanktle wair right in her diagnosl? .tht Adrian was in love. -He wa not Saltogether nnoonsniou of hie own condition I ; .bhl like most iatelleetaal young men, he fameled himself muo wiser than he really wa.. He thought that he only admired SHelen Dverill and e told hims t el thai be " 'would go no frther than admlration until he .hnew a great deal more of the lady. He was hll own master, free to marry whomsoever She obose for his wife, lndependent of al moiorenary oonsiderations. A penailel girl f lgeodfatmily seemed to him the most proper pteron for him to marry; but he told him iielf that he most have the highest qualities in a wife. She most not be beautiful tlone; i mentally and morally she most be perfeet. SHe wae not to be loared by a little uncon vontlitiaty ; hbe admired a girl who dared to t,'thi?n and oat for herself, and whose snnere were not modelled upon the . imnner of all other g...
THE HOUSEHOLD. HINTS AND RECIPES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 21 July 1887
THE HOUSEHOLD. HIa"s AND Rtonras. Do not put salt into soup until you have lone skimming it, as salt will stop the rising of the sonam.. Fur a piece of charooal in the pot when boiling cabbage, to prevent it Alling the house with the smell. Two apples kept In the oaks box will keep moderately rich cake moist for a great eangth of time, if the apples se renewed when withered. BAKED Eos.--Break each egg into a cop, and pas the egge on a battered dish strewn with oracker orumbs ; sover with easoned orumbs, and bake till the crumbs are browsn. A Nina BazuArer Dzcs.-Ball the whites of eggs while beating to a stiff frothb, then spread on a platter. Place the yolke at regular distauoee apart in oavities made in the beaten whites, and bake till brown Srzwzo SwrresmLDs. - Parboil till tender I put' in a asewpan with water or milk I work a little butter and ouor together add with pepper, talt, and some chopped parsley. te shabout twenty minutes and serve. KIDlnEr Brw.-Fty small bite o kidney ...
IN AN ART STUDIO. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 21 July 1887
IN AN ArT STUDIO. Archibald Forbes Is not the only die. tingolshed viesitor to Australia who bas remarked upon the great tbete for art shown by Australian girls. Lady Breesey has been good enough to say that Australian women are remarkably cultivated end fond of literature. Perhaps we are even more artlstio and muselol than literary. I have lately had an opportunity of seeing In the studio of Miss Collins, at Buxton's Art Gallsry, the work of some artistio Mel. bourne girls. Miss Collins's studio Is, like many desirable tbinege very bhigh p. One ascends from landing to landing a lift, managed by a very small and very phlegmatlo boy. The lift goes p in pltchy darkness, whihob is broken, however, by glimpses of sundry studios beneneath that of Miss Collins'e. One sees half.inished pictures on easels, bits of drapery soattered about, stained osavar, paint brushes, and statuettes in artistic disorder. Then dark neas again ensues, but the small boy neither moves nor speake, and at length...
Telephones in Padus. [ELECTRICIAN.] [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 21 July 1887
Telephonu. ton Pa4as [u.zoratourw.] Te town. of Paduoa o pl+? e a telephone i: '+p ?t whLo numbers 239e, mbriber, sad t the ltow rate of £6 per annum mansed last Iear o pay a 6 per cent. dividend, and oarl 'lomwaa a?bstantial am. A llthe wiree ue ofl aliconm bronao. The oommnlotstonoa In 1886 numbenrd on the average 738 daly. Xt appeau., however, that the Telephone COomi pan of Milseo lim to ooeelm the ole rfighib b the ue of the BIll.Blake laltrumente, said have served a notice to that effect upon the Padua Company. Experimental boringe' for ga are belng made in. Uaoen.
THE YAK'S STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 21 July 1887
THE YAK'S STORY. S'I w eaught while a young calf on the mountains of Thibet. You have never been there? I dare synot. Have you ever climbed -a mountain Have you seen one ? Yee, whenyou had that holiday in North Wales, you had a pony ride up Snedon, a more molehill compared with my native hills; for what are 8,500f., the height o nf tha, he Shighest of your mountaine, to these in my country in middle Asia, where the tableland is more than 10,o00i. shove the level of the •oma while tie adjoining Himalayas are 28 te,00ft, higher these, the highest moun. talda on the surflee of the world, separate the valleys of Chtemere from Thibet, -and t is upon these high mountains in Thibet, and those extendirg along the northern boundary of Hindoetan, which are called the Himalayas, that you would find my home. Upon thee high hills, with their etensive arid plains, there is scarcely ano visible vegestation; there are many beasts of prey, and greet variety of wild fowl and maie, with numeroue flock...
LADIES' COLUMN. SOCIAL GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 21 July 1887
LADIES' COLUMN. S OCIAL GOSSIP. (Br VVA.) The fawoydres Cinderelia ball held lat week by the Medical Studenst' Soclety, in the Masonio.bali, Collins street, was a very enjoyable and auooecaful dance. The hall was thronged with qulunt figures, decked in theguarbof all nations. Danoin began about ilf-past 8 o'clock, and was kept up with great aelmation till about 1 a.m., to the strains of Herr Ploek's band. The committee of studente-Lieutenants Deaond and Miller, and Mesars. R. Smtwell, J. H. anundere, E Allan Mackay, and Charles Goodall-are to be congratulated on the suocessful result of their efforts to ensure the amusement of their friends. The eater. lng was in the skilfl bhands of Messr. Edllger and G5ets. of the Vienna bakery, Among those present were Dr. Brown. les' (the Chancellor of the Uni versity) and Mrs. Browniess, and the military and naval commandants. Mrs. Brownleas, as "The Qaeen of Palmyra." wore a petticoat of black satin, very richly embroidered with gold and silve...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 21 July 1887
Years of Bright, Happy, and Vigorous Life I are been given to Thousands!! who believed their health hopelessly gone lit It you , n.eurloflfrom Indlgeapoo. Bloaee.. and Kidney dlsoderl I If you hbve Lehbmatlo lymptom, DlMoulloy o. IreailnI, ead Heart PIpllalon II U you are broken down wIth Goot, Rbherntl or Lumbego It' It you are tortured with Violent HreaodsAobeoheep teenee, and Nervoe Irritabil ity 11l Ifyourerweak and languid, and unable to cop with your dally doetllee ilt If you are gloomey and moro., and feel that Ill he world Is lagalnt you foer trouble n be tmneed, In the ehat loleaue, to LIVER COMPLAINT, no prevalent tI tAhi country, aSlatotg almest eve?-y body to a greaer or leoe degree. But do not give up for DUNSTONE'8, 00GMPOUND 8m=iO of DAIIDeLION SAnd LIVER PILLS WILL RESIOBE YOU ho HEALTH As nenly as mlt Is dlepelled by the morninalg a. A CARS IN Polar. hI he been leaIng for the len Iouste. eInae, m cad oe, but more everely for the lab l e or six yua, wish PAllI In tIe...
THE CORD. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 21 July 1887
THE CORD. A Bootch parson in the Great Rebellion said ia his prayer, " Lord blees the Gr?ad Coancil. the PArliameos, and grant they may ali hang together.' A disseutient standing by loudly mauttered, "Amen, with all my heart, and the sooner the better." "I don't mean as that fellow means," continued the parson, "bbt pray tbas they my all hang tonether In accord and concord." "Never tind the cord," retaurned the dissenter, "so that it is etrong."
THE YOUNG FOLKS. THE BOY WHO WOULD NOT GO TO BED. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 21 July 1887
THE YOUNG FOLKS. THE BOY.WHOiWOULD NOT GO TO BED. SYou may think hhim l dunce, a. t be b eab d that lfot onc Ase mlassit Ulp l nifht, or as long u hi pleased. Th.. uis -'a u i toL With her murmured ydears I' But only he loader and aster h teald. Overhearing the din, ais father Camn in. SWish to litup ali nilht Johnr he thought. fully cried: S: You shall ha your request .. Till youn'e Ier.ued we know beat. Nm Can so. I will cla at this naughty . bo'a ide.' ', When two housts d apued, .T John grew eispe y at lae, And 80 tisred thath e ed he would fal from S hie chair; ' But, Atcmpi r g toI o Heard his Fathers it.e n. No ! : Keep your eeas the table. You pltoe, ir : - there.' S..Oh I how rlor ticks the clock, S' With its I dickory dock ' (Porhis father insiUt he sUhould keep wide Sawake). Till quite humbly he idd: SMayI plase o to boed .v found you were right, nid I made a mistake.' His father said ' YM ;' . : And now you can geas0 U ever that boy did stheame thins llan. No sermon coul...