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INSOMNIA. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 29 July 1887

.,1NOMNIA.. One of the chief meladies of the age in Insomnia, nd. from this terrible nerve di. eurb.nee spring the most painful end hope less dilseasn. "If I sleep to-night I will spend to morrow (Sunday) nmorning with yon.' If you don't see me you will know what is the mrcter." Saub notes as these were qu;t frequently received by the writer from an old friend, one of the most brillisat men of his time. He wee an indefatigable buaineel man, and always on the top wave of. prosperily. Hiel soccea. he ettrifuted to hie untiriog industry This wsee undoubtedly correct. No department of his vast interests was ever noglctted, and wi b all this Isbour he mansued to keep abreast of hi. time in, all soientiflo and literary mtters. But... for yeoars e was not able to elecp, and, strange to relate, with all his intelligence this foot waVs tterly ioexpliorb'e to him. H di.rogered all warnmiog., Iughed at the predictioen of the wioe, snd grew weaker nid more irritable eas the days rolled by. This...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 29 July 1887

AGRICULTURAL NOTES.' Real wintry weather has been experienee during the past ten days. High winds, acoompanied with old abhowers, have pre vailed, and there is at present very little growth in the crops or pastures. Stookof all kinds feel the severity of the weather keenly. The annual oest of rabbit destruction on Crown lands, aceording to a return furnished to Parliament by the Minister of Lands, has ioereased during the past eight years from £1.280 to £20 000. What the annual outlay ineurred in exterminating the pest on free holds amounts to it would be ditfoult to state, buhot It may be fairly estimated that the cost per aere In mech greater than that on Crown Lands. The eradicatlon of rabbits has proved a difocult problem to solve, and so long as there Is divided authority, in a manner of speaking, in the administration of the Rabbit Act, absolute extermination will never be ancom. plished. Were the colony only divided into distrites, each distriot governed, so far as relates to...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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Mr. Alfred Celler in England. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 29 July 1887

Er. lhred Celler in England. A special feature of the beneft prformaoce 1at the Gaiety Theatre on the afternoon of the a 28:h Ma, was the reudaring, for the first time in .Elgland. of exoerata from Mr. Alfred I' Collier's sttiwng of Longfellow's "Masque of t Pandora." These nunbbers included some rt orghb and dainty ballet maslo, a melodious and graceful scen, for soprano (Miss Marian a Hood), and a procedsiuuna march, distio. Is toihed by broad and takila melody. LII Sthrbeetmls were notable for the etiliulnesl of the ocebutreation, to which the band, under Mr. Cellier's direotion. gave an excel Slent interpretation. Miss Hood was tho. iroughlbr uaceseful in her solo, and shared Ia with Mr. tellier very hearty applause. The largest piece of amber ever discovered was rsoentiy dag up near the Nobia Gate, at Alton. It weighed 850 urcmmee. Sir Charles Dilke, according to the' is authority o one of hid friends, lntends visiting the United State In lAugust.

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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A HOUSEHOLD TELEPHONE. (THE TIMES). [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 29 July 1887

A HOUSEHOLD TELEPHONE. (Tuea TIME). Last March our Paris correspondent gave particulars of some succeesful experiments in telephoning between Parie and Brussel. The Instrument employed wase the micro. telephone, an invention of Dr. Cornelius Herz. Other experiments have been made since then in order to show how the forts round Paris and throughout France can be put into communoiation by telephone, and we understand thatb the French' Government have it in contemplation to counnec the 86,000 communes or parishes of France by Dr. Hesz's microntelephone. As yet the new invention is little knoown in this country, but it will pror bably be iulroduced here at no distant day. While Dr. Here's micre.telephone is well atapted for transmitting messeages over long distances, it is still better fitted for use in dwelling-houses, hotels, and allarge buildings wherein it is desired that messages should be speedily conveyed from one room to another. The experimente made in this country have fuolly ...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AN ADVENTURE WITH BEARS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 29 July 1887

AN ADVELNTUEI. Wir k BgABS. The American papers publish an extraordi nary accunt .or a visit of beam to the t encampment of two men who were returnlng with provinlons to their statIon on the San t Fanciuqutt roin Caeliornia, The owe men, named Frak Brandon and Rilc Pfister, had visited Lee Gatos, where they bought a sacka of flour, haoeon a smnll keg of molassee, and r oIthr neceesariee, which. they put on the p.ck.saddle and started backi acroes the d th3tanoe. Authey etartadilate, they had to came in their blalkete thate ight on the side of themounaele. Tuey eel-ctedra nice- spot near some tall. trees, unsaddled the. horses, t put the pack at the foot of an tree, and prepared to make things comfortable. Brsdon led.the horses done.to the creek to weater them and honble them. where therep wan grace, and Ptister went etirmihlngb for dry wood 4o make fire. They returned an their camping place together, and werea grievously. surprised. It wan dark, but they could see that something was...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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FISHING FOR COMPLIMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 29 July 1887

FISBING FOR COMPLIMENTS. Febaby : A-everybody's getling too clever nowadays. I assure you, my obief object in society is to conceal my Ignorance, and pre. vent people from finding out what an abject fool really am I Miss Towers : And did lo oucceed ?

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 29 July 1887

t~avIngoan *eve.al ob'6iaaoni Wed yonr ronfta Halm o LgqorIo., I otto aldet II myduty. to gl.'my. toatimony to It. maniotfol'bmoiij' orl qlp rd Caold. w Wlittht.Halai r Wphbrloa 4 thehjuid riou of ui fair the effectit cold gh.o Fpu6cr·1p to. `chlldrro I dvloroi kn w II f.1 J. 0.a Lonrl.' H. Uth' nr;ohaaa DtlNBON3'5 CORDIAL DOLI OF LIQUOIIAOR. 1+ Uti. sod It. Id. pat Lntia. Of SI ohool*t..-(ADnT]

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WIT AND HUMOUR. TO BE QUITE ACCURATE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 29 July 1887

WIT AND HUMOUR. TO BE QUITE ACCURATE. Counsel : Married Witness : No. Coon. bagle? Witness : No. Counsel : Ali-widow T Witness : No. Counsel : But, my dear madam, surely you must be one or- Witnes (simpering) : No - En. gaged I

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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The Round of Life. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 29 July 1887

The Round of Life.: 'Teaea rgoldn more In antumntlde. Th,,uob bare were the ofl w.ry hwr.,, For the sun hoane tbraoeh the tinted loaves n the ealy mornlos hour. h , And his river ronnlng olier, beown velety lown. Together btood a youth and mtld Inthe coly g Idena dawn; ".T ' - , And the old tween tale Wa to'd agate, the od ete et r tal. of love ... .. Wh'eh pedgae the Ilatelg noler l. hore to their bright pheda ibye. " - 'f aen Ifrdvty maro in wlntnltlio. . A morn when thr sun hhone brics, d And th 'moon's aols te still wttch d the oanth, And the morning ela lent ligh t' WDoiado the, ri v, , aS efore, ltand tho roth and mald n f lr. " Upon h-n, cheeks the Itttn'1dof ieart,a?d upon nlS lforrhea t'oare. For be nuet any a long t IAd 'ut;,d follow In duty'a y God.Th;.wllit.rhy,wlli be d.obeo 'theo angel hnsrdhimre).- - .. - . ITwas " invely morn Ia glad eprligtldr, And theaun nhboneag;lyde,ny Through trees all robed Ina matnlelgrecn In o'aeelta glarb oflowin: '. , r And by the alvblot s...

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MIKE'S WATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 29 July 1887

MIKE'S WATCH. " Paddy, hone., will ye buo my watch "' ' What's the price 1" "Ten shillings, and a mutchin of the crator." " Is the watch a decent one T" " Share, and I've had it twenty years, and it niver once desaved me." " Well, here's yer tin, and now tell me, does it go well '' " Ic goes fester than any watch in Connaught. Munster, Ulster, or Leinster, not barrin' Dublin." "Bad lake to ye, -Mike, then you have taken me in I Didn't ye say it nlver desaved ye r' " Shre and I did-nor aid its-for I never depiuded on it."

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THE YANKEE AND THE BOWLING ALLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 29 July 1887

THE YANKEE AND THE BOWLING ALLEY. A good story I. told se'YfmltFW! w ent for the tirst time to a bowling alley, and kept lring away at the pine to the imminent peril of the boy, who, so far from having anything to do in "setting up" the pins, was actively at work in an endeavour to avoid the bail of the player, which rattled on all sides of the pins without touching them. At lengttl the fellow seeing the predicament the boy was in, yelled ouc, as he let drive another ball, "Stand in amongset the pins, boy, ii you don't want to get hurt."

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WAIT UNTIL THE "RAIN" STOPS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 29 July 1887

WAIT UNTIL TLH- " RAIN" STOPS. Those persons who take a milchievone de. light in altering the - notices in railway car ringes are sometimes responsible for not a little inconvenience and a good deal of Irrita tion. Oneof the most favourite changes in to convert " Wait until the train stops" Into " Wait until the rain stops." One rainy day recently, according to a contemporary, a French gentleman, making his flet vilit to London, took a ticket on the Underground Railway from Kinig' Cross to Praed street. He travelled in a carriage where the unnal notice had been altered as above. lIe looked, anld looked again, but, determined to he our. prised at nothing, held his peace. Arrivilng at Praed street he called a porter, asked him if was still raining, and was told "Yes." 'The same question received the same answer at every station, and if his ticket had not been examined at High street, Keneington, arnd the mistake discovered, he might have gone round and round the circle till mid. night...

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A PREVENTIVE OF CHOLERA. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 29 July 1887

A PREVENTIVE OF CHOLERA. " Do you think the cholera will reach us here next summer, Mr. Jones Y" she mur. mured, as she brushed a microbe of dandruff off his shoulder, where her head had lately rested. ' I don't know. I'm sure; doctors seem to think so." "It's awful, ain't it I" "Terrible." "A great many die with it." " Bo I've heard." " Don't you feet alarmed 1" Why shbould I " " I read somewhere the other day that married men seldom take it, where single gentlemen are almost sure to.' SIs that sol" said Mr. Jones. "Yes; and it's almost certainly fatal." " Horrible, ain's it?" said Jones, with a shudder. " I do so hope you won't gRe it, Mr. Jones," she whispered, tears starting to her eyes. He popped.

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RODNEY SHIRE. MONDAY, 25TH JULY. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 29 July 1887

: r OI DM Z Sl IRE1 .. - *.Mniu y, 25Tn JvLY 'The ordinary meeting otf~the: above iincil "wi . lield in:'the'inew reading roomp, ofthe 'elhanics'. Istitute. Present=Cri. Cusssi4 'Pil deint), Brown, Drum,t:Patterson,'Cook, Hogan,' Lian;ast?r?aid Baldwin.: O ,:.."!.,, Ib;'emin 0ute s of thd v ipeqv meeting were read and conirmed. ~ cortliEPNDENor rFrom .,0W. Langten, Socretary for M4ines and. Water'i Supply;An?i reply, statiti £100 '"applied ' for': for the tfooroopTr autit, tht Minister has' aipproved of the."amount~being ?made in advance in anticipation of, a ,further loiii, adid that'thereis 'a loan of £2000 evailable for ti'is trist, ild which only ,£686 .?l2s :Sd.'. have ,lbeen 'drawn by them.--the Secretary was inatructed to i'i t: letter to" the Mootoopna Water From Eliza Donoghan, Girgarre East, stating that theproperty she held in Glrgarre.East, :of 188 acres, she sold to John'l"ilinartih 'in )Marclislast, and wished.his name mday .appear in thei rate bbok'for saiiopeoerty as...

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VIGILANCE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 29 July 1887

VIGILANCE MEETING. A. meeting? wadi hld at thb'Alibion hotel at Kyabram, on Saturday evening last, in refecenca to tha,;openingof the line to Taturn. There were present about 50 ratepayors. 5Mr...A...Allan; J.P, wans,vo ted it th 'e" hl?ir, anedl' Ir. Turnley nwt anpoiuatd hen. secretary. Mr O. F"orgo brieflyl expllpiped what tieaoljeat:of thoe meeting was, and eug cstid iliati-the whole of those present should form V 1thli?il!ei?'to a diqiitFimteo w lth'iliierotb add to their number, to meetl the -lounmissionors on Friday S;1?r AN1ldin suggested that the depntla Lion should rEqlueet'thlo Conimies?dnrerto at once seoedo the following matters, and give samnd the'r immediate attention:- S1. Fa.T t?iin lino he opened to Tatura at once, instead of waiting until the whole line way cnmpleted.: 2. That trucking yards for cattle and sheo lio er'eted 3. That the platform be exotnded to meet the requirements' of th district. -4 Inquireo ,e crane being necessary for artclesV o:er 5 tons weigbt...

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

°""followogls Oinlmnicut andt pillb.--Ithcu", lllatisan and riiceienti gaout ore the nmost d.cadel i of all deasen, because their viclime 1.11ow tiiat lille a11 Eafu rsatn season, and aR4 n Ing llhacuure. Hlloiiay's Oin~tmlent.after folllentatisa of the paiu(ll parts, gives prantcr iciletl It in ay o01r aplllpliatiol i lIlit ii aissl hIn diligenitly nsee to sallisl ll' sl;:cisssblc rceilsyt. (I lute been btnlily sY1ai= wltu:ded ItCl iv si.mnc aae Slllljlntit is ot t an.lof hil sses s. ollr renitisijig Lteir ltl. Inckl 5l ·1 frequeltns ani lcas sigsiaus, nal.d f'ur relirc i nS tg Rio sour pcr81):r:~rlUolk ntLd Sossthisng the ltcrrt . to malny eveeo lint loiclyil lthl tleist 4i1.i it' Il have oural tshe $I iii5cCt N,:-·s l iiy ill 1 lllt ilS~lli.415 and 1 stiu:at e pout Whijh isra u:stilnl pec. sou0 Illtltnily iat tile p51051 of life. JUST PUBUmISED ("rW EDMON) S Pric One Shilling (post, twopens extra) In any Ptaemp. DR. LA MERT'S Work on "The Phyil. logy of Marriage" describes how th...

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

* otices. A DVANOE on WOOL, (GRAIN, &e:. STOCK, STATION PRO I)UCE onFall kindi. cl ': New Zealand Loan and .M2ercantile Agency Company (Limited.) CAPITAL ... .. .:. ^8,,00,000 DESERVE FUND ... £27,000 Make Liberal Cash Advances on ftation SeJarities, Ensuing Clips of Wonl,' Grain, &c. FOR SALE in MELIOURNE, Or SHIPMENT to LONDON. Auction Sales of Wool held rgularly 4h.,naghout thel season. Anction snleh of Tallow, Tidlces, llherpskins, Leanther, &c., three times a week ti'roughout the year. Anclion nales of Grain, Flour, &c., iheld every Wednesday. DAVID ELDER, Manager. 1. YOUNGHUSBAND, Wool and-Produce Manager. !elbourne Wool and Grain Warehouses, Collins-street West. Pianos. Pianos. Organs. Organs' T R. FURLONG W 84 Swanston-street, i [(Four doors from Bourke-street.) Pianos liy' Rinisch, Shliedmayer, Lipp, Auclher,. Bord, Schrolr, Wilmer, .&c. Agent for the celebrated Mignon pinos ; Clonugh and Warren Organs. NOTICE THE TERMS,-Instru ment v...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PRODUCE REPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 29 July 1887

JCO1 EECIAbL IN'B LUlIE1r aE pnODUCE REPORTS , 'ery li.le gr~an is now? coming -in t6 the local statlno. .Wheat is.quoted. at from 8s`61' -to 8sG6d ;ino barley or~whcat to hand. 3?essrs W illsmas and Co. report the market as follows:- Wheat, 3s,?ld I The following are thoboonsigneesnow 'lying at the Tatura 'railway station - elxton, Morrissey, F. Williams, W. Ryan, Bazelev. H. 0. GByrne, P. MTier, Nichol and Co., Gemmell, 8lorrissey, H. Williams, aiohbnson, J. K. Byrne, Inspector Cnrdie, O'Shannessvr. Parcels-S. Hnnt, Tonkin and fSon, Baznelv, Lacey, Lee Chung, Darby, Anderson, W. Campbell, Miss Anderson. .Stroud, J. ?O'Nle, J.,N.e .. 6 do. fldor,id )ld/obra,87-bags opwie.tJ ':The National4Mortgage and.Ageney-Com. Spany, (lmtd.,) report havnto sldpr~tlvately during week ending 23th July,'1887; 7989 "abhis kf 0rodice(, viz;:--Wheat,'s -10d-to 8s ll,}d ;four, £8 7s tp£9,;qats, cape, 2ý. d to 2s 7d, ?09t,,7 d 9 d o 2l a ;`m) lming, as ; barley, feed,26 s"d t?o ,s I d?; malttng up to Gs...

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

(Late J. TIERNEY'S), . IRST-CLASS ACCOMMODATION, unremitting attention, and ev' ry F obtainable omfort are offered to B:OARDERS and the TRAVELLING PUBLIC. Y=E lA i.RDS ' HORSESand BUGGIES always on HIRE. Extensive and comfortable STABLING ACCOMMODATION. HOGAN'S COMMERCIAL HOTEL, UlHOMAS HOGAN begs to intimate to the surrounding inhabitants and i publlc generally that Superior Accommodation and Moderate Charges are he speciality of this first-class hotel. alI Llquoers of the' est Brands ansd Purest Qualityonlyj BILMLARDS! BILLIARDS!t! BILLIARDS I ' " SUPERIOR STABLING and ACCOMMODATION PADDOCKS. Horses and Buggies, as well as Buggy Pairs always on Hire. FINN'S BUSH INN; CASEY-ST. TATURA. FIRST-OLASS ACCOMMODATION FOR ta TR ?VELLE1RS, S Wines, Ales,'sad Spirits of the Best Brands, ENORMOUS CLEARING SALE OF WINTER" DRAPERY, WOOLLENS, CLOTHING. MI ANDl ofe FURET E Al NOW ON!-! Tr po At the Warehouses of to ex the to Extraordinary Success I I h' rVs EED, ao Ptoa . a a 20. of Crop. by the...

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The Kyabram Union. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. FRIDAY, JULY 29, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 29 July 1887

$heG tt ubgllim asnion. o. prllBID oV3r TFRBIDAY. FRIDAY. JULY 29, 1887. WE have been caked In a sort of satirical manner, " what way we would improve the roads of the township, as we were persistently complaining," and to give our worthy Councillors and officers a hint-without pay-we would suggest that as they have no ballast available, well ,then 'they 'bshould" do as tho~fable teaches us: Try whatjwe have plenty of, viz.,; wood. ..The idea, aq cording to the wiseacres of the present age, may be far-fetched, but we main tain that by -giving employment to the quantities, Sacwrding to the report from the metropolis, we would gain in the long run. Our suggestion is, that as we have no available gravel or anything approaching it, that we should' make our roads with the material we have at hand. In they city the have to import What we have a superabundance of. Had we as much bluestone, perhaps we would be as anxious to obtain their export as they would be to relieve us. Writing on this...

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