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TATURA PLOUGHING MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 22 July 1887

TATUlA IFAOUG.BINGfN MATOCH. ' Nothwit lýtan'dnt th. s thy shown by the N. E'..& G. V. Association,' the ainintal miatch tWok place on Wed-' nieday last ansd had the weather proved .ad'fkindandi considrate as those' who' ,w?$nto i('ess the'evberal competitors, the day would'stand as a' red letter day in the annals of ploughing. There were b4tieen 80?irid a:10'00"pesoniis on the' ground, and 'their patiehnee were well tried, for the htad lands were ankle deep'in iiaudl!iOurtespaco will not allow us to go fully into the details' of the re lativemerits of the plou'?ing,' bht to be' s!'oocise asil,poosible, o ,an verif , tIle remarks miade by sevalisitos'ithbt . competition in the various' classes'were very 'keeti ind well contested'. Thoe juidg s reqeusted by'th 'stewards to' do' ,the duties entrusted.to them were well fail trtly'fIfilley liyMarir J..1'weedLe, W. Miller amd W. Morgan in the double' champion and class A, Class B, C adill triple, Measrs J. Wilson, J. Mulcalhy and...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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KYABRAM VIGILANCE COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 22 July 1887

EYAr1tIAM "VIGIliANC;E COM A meeting' of' the above' comrhittee was held at M'Carten's:' Hbtel;"onu: the: 15th inst.. There were present-Messrs. Forge (in the chair), Tonkin"l Ciffe; Sf?ield, O'Callaghan, Crothera, Farager,, Hayes, EdirtholiIr Devin, and Ryan? - Mr. otrge read letters, ii reference Wl the question of opening the Railway.line from Mr. Gillies 'aid Shackell. The Premier's comnisinichttioI was merely an acknowledgenieut of .the commuinication front the committee, zand s4ting that the matter would receivebarly attentibn; DIr. Sh'acliell alio aieknoiledged receipt of the first letter; and stated that there was good reason to believe that the liie would be comjpleted to Ech~ca in abbut. three weeks. Mr.. Forge itated thit ods his own re 'spoisibility he htd agtin written. Mr. Shack'ell', inf6rming him that it was gen'erally Believed tlihat the ballast en gine woull boobh eise to run bbtween Tatura and . yabram, and urging.that that e'ictio? i the line should be opened for...

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UNITED ECHUCA AND WARANGA WATER TRUST. COROP; TUESDAY, 12TH JULY, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 22 July 1887

UNITED ECHUCA AND WAItANGA. ii WATER' TRUST..... >"': a'tidno'; TE, DA;, 12TH JurLY, 887. (teFroin th'e"Ruho.orth Chronice. i '?relent-Codis: Wigg (in the chair) Healy, t Cuesen; Furphy, Baldewin, aiid Mr. W. S.rMurray, Engineer';' J:' A. Carey, Secretary; anid ' Messrs. Pceble 2id M,Elghnli; Clerks of Workse , COiiREki'ONDENCE . Lettel froim the Department of WVater Supply, asking :what stops liad heeli taken for the payineii t of the. balance of the interest due. Replied to by Secretary: ' From same, intimating that the state meiit by the 'rust as. to-how it .was in tended to pro?ide for fdither dli4?tibutiof works had'been'approbvd, subjecettoithd itein, £1,250, pitdipilig expenses, beiigr only.drown upoi uftil the .Trust' hasa 'ad iteasonable tinie ti obtain funds froim its ieirenio tb:inable'the'eniryinjt?on'of: `worki coiming ilide i''holi Lheading, ahd. also reqides ngto .lieinfo?mied ds eirly as poseibl4 whiat"actibn' the 'Tt'ust" ss'ae taking towards the collection of re...

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Aocident at the "Far We[?]t" [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 29 July 1887

Aldeent at at the "Var West. Book Taylor, "King of the Cowboys,' met with a serious aocldent during the mounted quadrille performanue s- the " Wild West" how on 1.e June. He was riding a hard-moothed borse, which was not his usual moon,. wad the animal blt, d. Buck Taylor wase ldhed with great force against a female ride, anod his thigh struck against the ountle, or iron framework as the bsk of her seddle. Be strove to keep his *eat, hut was unable to do so, and fell to the around. lurgoinl asukstane was rson at hand, and it wu found that Taylor had esloesied a oompnond fracture on the thigh, near the hip. He was at npne removed in the Echlhihon ambulanoe to the Wess Londou Hospital. Is has been'eetimated that' the value of Amnerl?an apoenl sent to Enriland taIt rear amounted tn 8 ,00,004 tn , sr soh..s 070,000 ol theme Casada contributed £80,.200 wortb.

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HERMAN THE CONJUROR. (LONDON DAILY TELEGRAPH.) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 29 July 1887

HERHMAN THE CONJUROR. (LoNDoN DAILYT.TELEOrAPH.) By the death of Garrick it was said, perhaps a little-hyperbolically, that the gaiety of nations had been eclipsed. With stricter accuracy it may be recorded thas at Vienna has just died an artist who, during a prolonged and prosperous career, enjoyed the privilege of harmlessly amusing the entire civilised world, The name of this fortunate individual was Hermann. He did not write books, or paint pictures, or dance, or tumble, or sing. He wan only a conjuror and by hie 'astoundingly skilful feats of white mnagiche amassed a very large fortune. Uofortunately he speculated with the wealth which he had acquired hr his achievements in legerdemain. and in 1873 he lost nearly two millions of florins by imprudent operations on the Vieu nees Bourne. Histremendous loss, however, left him asn ndaunted as the famous Engliish man who, when he learned that the wholeof his fortune had been engulfed in the collapse of the Booth Sea Bubble, cheerfull...

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SOME STILL WILDER REMINISCENCES. (PUNCH.) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 29 July 1887

SOME STILL WILDEa REMINIS t OENCES. 1 Br A MODeST AuTOMOOmuAPnh (PUNot.) 3 You have asked me if I cannot add to that history. of marvellous, superhuman, and heroic exploit which characteriaes the whole stretcb and sweep of my Transatlantic career, some esartling incidents that have accom. panied my rapid and decisive rise and pro gress in public favour since I have set foot in this country. Yes, I certainly could do this, and in a way fairly to satonish you, Sere It not for that lack of leisure which a Sonutinual flow of inviatious to the mausions i of the nobility and the aristocracy of this Smnelropolle forces upon me. I donot refer to (his in any boastful spirit. That they should pay their homage to my world-famed courage and accomplslbmntts, and wish to have mr lutensely picturesque figure ae represented Son the dvertising coloured posters, promi. oentlr adorning, as a central fioure, their gilded saloense i only natural, and I merely etate the bare fact without comment. But eau...

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DREAMS. (DAILY NEWS.) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 29 July 1887

--DBEAIMS. (DAILY NaEW.) A writer in the newly-established " Hour Glass" ake. " When do we dream 1" what hour of the night is more especially the period of vision He leaves is an open uestion whether in sleep we are not always reaming. The best athorities are divided in opinion on this point, though it might seem to admit of easy settlement by indivi dual experience. If sleep always Induced dreams, it may be said we should be aware of the fact when awake. Yet nothing is more clearly established than that, of half our dreams, we have no waking recollection at all. We only rem-mher selected examplees, and there is a great deal of evidenne to show that the brain is often busy in sleep on subjects not worthy of selection, and in a more or lees confused way. This notion of continuous dreaming during sleep was a favourite one with Lord Brougham, and it is sntported by the experience of Sir William Hamilton, who defied his friends to wake him at any hour without finding him beef I with a v...

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A Heiress Abducted. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 29 July 1887

A Helre Abducteid. All Paris (eays the London "Dilly Tde. graph") is talking about ths most etreordinory thing in the way of abductions that hao taken planse for many a Icg day. You may rsemem ber that some time ago Mdlle. Martinezde Oampoe was married to ths Canon de Ban Antonio. the son of Marshal Srratno, and afterwards obtained a divorce for reasoue into which o is uuaouessaay to enter. The lady waee in the Bui de Buoulogoe recently about noon with her maid, when suddenly s bral men in masks rushed out of the platnttiones, forced her into a ?arriago which was waiting to receive her, and moutntin their horses, which wore eo in attendano., ralloped off at full speed with their prey. Ths kidapprse have not since been heard of.. The maid. beside herself with consternatIon htrried off at one tothe hrother.in-law of Mulle. Martinen de Campor, who in his turn lost no time in mnaking his way to the Bole. But qunstines and inquiries were productive of no result. The whole thing had been ...

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A FRENCH VIEW OF IRELAND. (THE TIMES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 29 July 1887

A FRENOC VIEW OF IRELAND.* Baron de Msntatn.rancey's travels in the United States are favourably known to the French mtublic, aevd have Trained f.r their. author the recognition of the Academy and the" Prix Mootyon." Last snmmer M. tre Ma.dat.Grancc y ventured into regitons less familiar to French and even to Engllsh travellers than"" les-montaone Rocheuses" themeelres. He took a journey' into the' wilder parts of Munster, and this lively and instrucrive little volume is the ree.nt M. de Mandat.Grancey has someof the best qn lities of a traveller. His powers of observation are quick, sympathetic, sad close; hit reastnine is terse and lucid ; his judgment sagacious and impartial; and, like all good ohbservers, he has a keen sense of humour. He arguve on the broad facts of the situation as he saw them with his own eyes, and he applies to them first principles accepted as incontestable by " the whole civilised world." The French tourist in Ireland has one inestimable advantage over his...

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CHIT CHAT. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 29 July 1887

CHITC HAT. One of the prettiest dresses worn at the fancy-dress ball' of the Medical Students' Society, on the 15th July, was that of Miss Allen. Thsla young lady appeared as "' Manualla.". She wore a satin petticoat, of a ricah shade of cardinal, trlmmed with rows of satin ribbon; a each of the same colour, lined with pale yellow ; a low black velvet bodice, laced with cardinal; a ohemisette with shnrt linen sleeves ;'a cardinal cap adorned with coas ; sequins round the neck ; mittens, and black shoes. Professor Allen appeared in his Doctor of Medicloe robes.

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THE LADIES' COLUMN. COOKERY AS A FINE ART. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 29 July 1887

THE - --LADIES' COLUMN. (Br VIVA.) COOKERY AS A FINE ART. Thackeray makes a sentimental French cook in i'Pendennis ", woo his lady-love through the medium of dainty dishes. I have recently. seen ome dishes, produced by the skilful hbands of an English lady, which might vie with those served at the table of the heroine of "Pendennis." Mrs. Wicken, diplomde, of London, and authoress of the " Kingewood Cookery Book," may claim to make cookery a fine art. I have attended two of the cookery lectures which are now being given by Mrs. Wicken in the Melbourne Atheneum to a large class of ladies, and have been much in terested by what I heard and saw. Mrs. Wicken purposes to establish a Melbourne school of cookery should she receive utli Sietnt encouragement. The subject of the Bfirst lesson, given on the 15th July, was "Breakfast Dishes." The lectures. stood on a raised platform with a table and a gas stove before her. On and below the platform an attentive audience took notes vigorously. A...

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THE GHOUL OF ISPAHAN. (SUNLIGHT) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 29 July 1887

THE GHOUL OF 1SPAHAN. soUNLIaHT ) Ameen B3g, an inha'ulant of Ispshan. nored for the craftiness of its natives, having heard many stories of the ghouls which haunt the dreaded valley of the Angel of Death, in the neighhourhood of that cityl ;et out thither one day in the hope of meeting one of these monsters, whose power of diveeting themeloves of their own terrible shapes and a-suming the forms of animals and human beings for wicked purposee, he hoped to hafflf by his own cunning. Putting an egg and a lump of salt in his pocket, he made hie way amid the rooks untitl he met a ghoul. The ghoul looked astonished and angry and regarding Am*en keenly, ob. served, " Son of Adam, you appear very pre. uomptruonne." But Ameen answered, " I will give you proof of my strength." S) he picked up a Iarge stone and handed it to the ghoul, eating,. " This contains fluid ; try if you can esqueeze it, and it will flow nut " The ghoul took the erone but returned is quickly, saying, "' The thing is im...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 29 July 1887

A perplezln dlflmll overoom.. DUNEIONO' S 7hJIOftA leh as t apeoiw mtdldne for chfldr.n. aod is tLhn moost readlty by henm. It will otis bilious fover and a1llbst e allmonlo whln childroe on Oubjoot. For sotomac and Ithgod warns tbis tredlatre has proved Irvaluable. Ask, to DUN. aTOIvhS hUuXOP. so Ai cmheLS, at Is. d ws. absWs.-E ow.j HUNTER'S DUODORISIN? DISINFEC. TANT. The nee of Chit arriele hat inera.erld i. menselr in anarly every p?rt of Me'hnnrne And in orncinial oicnrm e ma wu ra f cifetr .gainal dipttheria .nd typhoid. .mallpoz, and every other epidemic dime.se. Obhemis., nearly every 'aoor, and not a few ironmuongewrs ae keningl it to meet the prtwinp demand. The ellow tine of it are seen everywhere It popularit) hm ril-n from its olim to be the ebaMpest son beet, and from knowle ie of ite havin- h.rn propsratei' b disintersted i nona for the sake nf heir friends ad the public gesnerlly. Now, moat p?t?anl clain the tlnl for senesal (which re intende4 only tor the nutrstry ...

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LUE RIBBONITES AS J.S'P. TO THE EDITOR OF THE TATURA HERALD [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 29 July 1887

LUE RI3BBONlT1ES AS J.S'P. TO TIIE BDITOU OF TIUE TATURA EIlALD Sir,--Kindly allow me a few remarks on the -abovc. subject. I think, Mr.. Elitor, you; will notice that wo have several gentleman acting as Justices in our district wlo 'don the blue ribbdn, and have the presumnption,'as I term iti to sit on the Bench and ndjulicato in the unfortunate pmblicans' cases'.. The Justice I allude to specially is Mir. Baldwiti, who is over to thoeone a licEnsed.vicutdller is brought up for a brc-oh of the, Licensing Act. ,Now, I do not for one moment say. that Mr. Baldwin would meet out, justice inl most instances, but I certainly think he, as sastaunch blue, ribbonite, would irattiraily l:e inclined to 'rub it in some What heavier to the, publidans! than: in most other cases. The Act provides that no publicnn .caol-sit on the Bench, then 1 should. like to know:'why pro feossors of the other extreme. should be allowed to take their seats iind.adjndi cats on what nil 'teetotallers olpenly pro ...

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Name! Name! [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 29 July 1887

NaImI I Ne nme ! "Fqastie," writinUg n the "Sydney Eaho,' ays:m -"It in etranef no one be yet guessed the right sme for the oolony. I have known .it eal loe, but should uot have ventured to answer the riddle if the Legislative SCounoll had not given it no. Moot likely yon know it youself. Of couse, iit Is^Oct?ela. lglht boors' work, eight hours' pley, and a mionimum wes of 8n. -a day.' The voies of the toiling multitude Ocris out 'Ocetaiora It we were only Oct. vrsne, we should have a perpetual lsght.boure' demonstration for the eollabtenment of the world. My mete 1ni s o ae 'ate the soges. Sioon;' but then Bill doesn't know Latio. He -sgys the name ought tq be ' Ornysadi' which -shows that he ;s Iooking towa.do We truth after all. But Octavia pots a iner p uint pon it. All the other pronotals are-FAT.AN. ?.S.-The tate.hooee should be an octason, with eight doomr, eight windows, eight stepo 'up to the chiefr porch, end an ootave of sbrery on tap inside ; od the founodaton wouid he c...

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FORTHCOMING AGRICULTURAL SHOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 29 July 1887

FORTIICOJtTNN i MiIULTflRA L SHOWS. The secretaries of Ctho variOus Agri coltural Secietisa re requested to for wrard the dAtes upon whlih their respeLtivo exhibiions wviil bo. held, and copies of the prize0schedules as soon as publishled. JULY 21-Dcnilqonin 21--Jerilderis i 27 to 0O-Victorian Poultry and Dog. ~Society AUOUST. 2, 3.-Corown:,N.S.W. 18.-~tarstn ema. 23 to 27.-Natlionn Agricultural Soziety jf Victoria. SEPTEIMBER. 1-Yarrwonga -' 7, 8,- Ahemrra Dlotriet,at~tawell. 104 --Wyehelraof.' 22, 22.-1 choua. 28.-Numinurkh Agricultural Society. 28-Elmore 29, IO-lenalla OCTOnEtl. 4, s.-lRochester. G-Enroa C-Toiigamnh 6.=-liaclleli, Osrel,. 13.-itlorchioon. 16.-Nogrlembe. 19, 20.-Tarturn. 26, 27-Seeplartoa. NOVEIIB)Si:. I 0-ltcathcote 16, 17.-Kyneton Agricultarol Araoeiot:oo 24.-Bllalrt Gencral Spring Show. 24-Kilmora PLOUQIdING TATCIIhES I6t-Ueathcots 22-Tabilk JULY ýo-'ratnraco~

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THE YOUNG FOLKS. STORIES OF ROYAL CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 29 July 1887

THE YOUNG FOLKS; "STORIES OF ROYAL OHILDREN. .Joanna, daughter of King John, was a "eacemake;. Sweet title, is it not? The people called her Joan Makepeace. She was i.married when only eleven years old to Alex .uder the Second, King of Scotland. Poor .little Princess I She was always a fragile, delicate child, and died, greatly beloved, 'when she was but twenty-six. Her brother was Henry the Third of England, and his ;0young bride, Eleanor La Belle, of Provence, .was not quite fourteen years of age when she ..became Queen of Eugland. Before thi event 'took place sheb had become celebrated in the 'Continental courts as ' poetess, genius, at i 1beauty,' and later on 'learned' was added to these epithets. But had all our princesses of Sthose days been like this fair young Queen England would have been well-nigh ruied, for she was very extravagant. Now this .(usen wae the mother of the Princess SMargaret, who at the age of three years was betrothed to the heir of Scot. bland's throne . ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 29 July 1887

M a. M. T o w N S E ND. I24 COL,.l?.8Re.tHC R.,Sr . + SUPPOoT u*, vsau-- nU- * .-,,rty per i7o-t rI ved i.. huy loa PIPES frrm A. ROS9, rIlIL, M?IRSCHAUII and uaRIS PIPE MaNUFAC TIIRO; , SA Uollln sevest east, fIuroh door Lono Elllitbh'thb street Plp-o not ewe.t.vemki, g or colur.. log aXUOI??lOD Heptrs I f pipe., wk;lg stick., on.. end comb.. rit, epeuIlli uly.eneocuted. Toe hnoe bralld of Tnaro anod Clear., and il kinds of sm..king articles on stoak. II norottlvn oatalo..e on desanc. PsIlo n,,t the* dd..-: BA Uoolllostrseet cout, fourth door hIean El.h.lh tre,. EsuoTV -. Au., o.a, u1oOL' RADNORV . I . Leoonaed' road. A Pornlodpl. ilers JOtitA., mhrldgo le lnoan. Vlatting m astero and milteoee for museo, otngiog, palotin,, drswlnr. Ilang?ges. and danotg. Matdorluolon Maeter. Mr. Wilso, EVENINO CLASSS.. . The locality il healthy, aod the house lI plesIsatl and openly situated. Vacanclas loba fw boarders. Thi Bid QUARTRR tOMIMNOI TUESDAY, 0WM b S JUOLY. P.opsollotnm well.II.', and Nl...

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The Glorione First of June. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 29 July 1887

The Glorious Fiwrt of June. Referring to the Interesting article on "The Glorious Firstof June," in a contemporary, a correspondent relates the following story, which is worthreprodueinc:-" Lord Howe'e f.et had been long absheens from England. Great thinge had been expected of it ; br, nothing had been done and the populace laid thinst the door of the admiral, who for the time was one of the beeaahnused men in England. It happened one evening that his wife had been prevailed upon bye pary of friends, whom she had joined in the hote of diesipating her own ansiety in cheerful company, to go with them to the thestr ; and'whenlhe took her seat in front of the box, she wea speedily recognised by somebody in the house who spread the news of her presence, and the unfortonate lady, to her great surprise, became the object of a hosuile demountration. 'The rise of the curtain stoppud the tumult for a time ; but as the end of the firt aset the noise was redoubled, end the gentlemen of the part...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 29 July 1887

{p CO N N U N P ! I O '*l And all ms DIESAlEB of the OHRST, iUs crcealtlly treakd * By id PROFEOR RADFORD. o16 Oolls setreet weal, near penceer streLt I'm Years of Bright, Happy, anil it Vigorous Life I e Have been gvlsn to Thousands!! who believed their Io health hopelessly gone t!t ts If ya are eufeeaio from lIdlIeetMoo, ElloWees in and Kidney disorders I If yo hove tUthmaUto Nymptom? DLmO.lby L Breathing, and Beart Palpltation It Is I If you are broken down with Goat, RhemantLim, w. 1e Lnmbego Ill I Iy youe ar orltni with Vlleolt eadaches, Se. o Ieeenee, and Nervons Irritabtllty III yr It you ele welalk an o and d able to ele with your daily dotil ellll be If you are gloomy and maroe., and feel that aIt th o. world If againe you d Your trouble. ca be tLraed, In the lrt?tlstene ? O be LIVER COMPLAINT, so prevalent In this onootry, abroting almost everp. he bodyto a greter or lee degree. ut da not Ive up: b tfor em DUNSTONE'S COMPOUND ' 8E1N0L of DANDILION Id AMd ,a LIVE PILLS a WI...

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