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RAILWAY MANIFEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 22 March 1894
:. RAILWAY MANIFEST. --:0 :-- Goods and parcels, addressed to the following consignees, are now. lying at the'Tntura railway station : GooDs.-Heaphy, 'Williams and Co., Diddauis, Halkyard, Maskell, Lansley and Son, DM'Calman, Collie, Mitchell, Hognil, Drown, and Barnard. PAnO?Ls.-Craven, Grant, Hender son, Hollow, Diddams, Ruel, Anderson, Currie, Ryan, Flight, Police, Hogan, and Brown. I Certainly tihe best medlicine known is Sander and So'sEualyt Euealylli Extinct. Test its eminently powerful effects in coughs, colds, influenza-the relief is instntanleous. In serious cases, and accidents of all klids, be thy wounds, burns, scalhings, bruises, sprains, it is the safest remedy-no swellings nor inflanmmation. Like surprising effects produced in croup, liptherina, bronchitis, inflamnation of the lunRgs, swelling, etc., diarrhoea, dysentry, diseases of the kidneys and urinary organs. In use at Hospitals and * medical clinics all over tihe globe: patronisedi by his Majesty the King of It...
CASUAL JOTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 22 March 1894
CASUAL JOTTINCS. [By FL.?.AT.Y.] Consternation was depicted on -the face of Imore than one mnember of the Urban Trust when the secretary, last. week, told of how the water-tower, in whose shadow they were sitting, might collipse and overwheh tihemn. There was reason, too, one wouldll think in the remark; for the colltilual drip, drip of ater on iro iron sIIItt lead to oxidisa tion, and rusty metal is not usually very stnncllh atl trustwortlhy. No doubt, until soniec steps are takeni to set these grave apprehetlsihons at rest, there will be a feeling of inlsecurity, anl d an IlncOll. scious glance of anxiety ulpwards every tile there conies an ulnusually boisterous rush of widl. We trust, however, that neither our worthy comnlissioners' lives nor limbs are in dagger. The following scrap is descriptive of what we hope nIay not hiappen : They sat in solenlitn conclalove, Within the chautiber walls, Andi they talked of reticuhlation, And of wheat with its rise itand falls; The State-sch...
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 22 March 1894
IMPOUNDINGS. SEcnuvcA.-Bay horse, half circle over L over M near shoulder; bay horse, piece out near car, hole and slit off car, 6 near shoulder, horse-shoe over like C off shoulder. To be sold 11th lApril. LOWER MotaA.-Brown hoprse, four black points, EK on near shoulder; bay horse, SM on near shoulder, white face, white off hind leg; bay mare, white face, near hind leg white, white marks on back, blotch brand on near shoulder ; bay horse, entire, four black points, star on forehead, no visible brand, off hind leg swollen; bay pony mare, four black points, WL conjoined on near shoulder.. To be sold 6th April. " MoonoorPA.-Red bullock, white on back and belly, star on forelijad, no visible brand ; yellow. and white bullock, no visible brand ; roan and- white steer, like RG off rump. " To be sold.on 4th April. RuŽvYME.E.--Bay filly, light breed, star, off hind coronet white, bar under near shoulder. To be sold 11th April. SEY?Mo n.-Bay hor o (saddle), star, small white off fore foot ...
GAZETTE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 22 March 1894
GAZETTE NOTICES. Wednesday, the 4th of April next, has been proclaimed a Bank Holiday at Tatura. The al ppointuaent. George Frederic Wickens, 1M.B.; to theL, .piosition. 91. Heatllh Officer to the- Shire; of Dbakin, has been approved of by the Public Board of Health. Vacancies for Head-teachers occur in the Millewa (County of Gunbower), and Sheepwood Creek (County .of :Moira) State Schools, and applications must be lodged with the Secretary for Public Instruction (Chas. Tynan) on or before the .i0th instant. Applications for Licenses approved. E. McEvoy,. 5 a.. Cornella ; W. H. Safe and others, 132,200 a., Gunbower State Forest; E. and W. Naughton, 21,000 a., Gunbower State Forest; G. G. White, 770 a., Gobarup. Transfers of Leases registered at the Ofhico of Titles,-Peter Robertson to Joseph H. Smith, 140 a., Ulupna; Sarah Dear to B. J. Figgis, 145 a. Or. 3 p., Wyuna ; L. and J. P. Noonan to John Noonan, 358a. Or. 38p., Tamlnegh; George B. Hooper to Charlotte A. H-ooper, (in three a...
TATURA POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, MARCH 16. (Before Mr Smallman, P.M., and Messrs Williams, J. D. Love, and Wilson, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 22 March 1894
TATURA POLICE COURT. FnIDAY, MARCH 10. (Before AMr Smallrnan, P.M., and Messrs Williams, J. D. Love, and Wilson, J.P.) Jnames Knight was charged by Con stable Dainty writh cruelly working a bullock. The prosecuting constable stated that he saw the defendant with a team of bullocks, one of which had a bad, festerous sore on its neck, resembling a cancer. He spoke to the man, who said lie was driving for Mr Stewart, con tractor for the channel. He was fined 20s, or in default 14 days, and severely cautioned. Peter Kilbride, Jnr., was charged by the same, constable with insulting be laviour, and was fined 40s. or 14 days, the Bench remarking that lihe was very -lucky to have been so leniently dealt with. Denis Kennedy and Christopher Ford were charged wyith interfering with the water channel at Baldwinsville, but as it was done in ignorance, the attorney, iMr Argyle, who appeared for the trust, said the cases would be withdrawn, on the defendants paying the professional costs, which wa...
A Great Debt to Science. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 22 March 1894
A Groat Debt to Science.--I . im messe practical value of metcorologe has been'strikingly ohown at Calculta." The directors of the Benlgal Bltetiorological Depart. ment became aware of the excistece-of a ter rible storm in the middle of the hBy of Bun. gal five or six days before it reached the laed, and-gave timely danger signals to keep veosels from leaving the river at Calcutta. One steamer failed to heed the warning, and foun. fered, with a loss of ahout 900 lives. Among the siz or seven vessels kept safely in port were two steamers bound over the name course as the lost vessel, and with about an equal number of passongers whose coaspe from death was undoubtedly dde to the wis dom of the weather-foreaousters. A Singular Surgical Oporation.-Juet 12 months ago, ayouug man named Saunders attempted to murder his sweetheart in the streets of Huntingdon by stabbing her with a sword-cane. For that offence he was sentenced tocigteen yeats penal servitude. After a painful illness the gir...
The Picnic. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 22 March 1894
Tio Picnic. - DId you ever hear of a man that didn't want to attend a picnic ? Did you ever hear of a man that didn't want to kick himself all over the back yard after he had attended one ? I peuoe for a reply and also to fan myself. The cause of the pioeni is an inherent do. sire on the part of humanity for a change. Not only a ohange of air but a change of clothing after having rtnurned. Peor, deluded humanity I How we do pray that you in the future will grow wieer, and in the end try to avoid the alluring snare of the pionio. For it is a snare of evil--aevil most foul as in the best it is. For were I so di.posed " I could a tale unfold that would freeze thy young blood, and make each partioultr hair" and so forth. Well, I'm so disposed. We have several poets up hero in Dnkledoodul. dum. One of them says : " Oh, the pionio I the pionic that knits up The ravelled sleeve of care, Tired nature's sweet and gentle balm, O great and glorioua picnic." And another demented imbecile relier...
Unchivalric. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 22 March 1894
Unchivalrio. "The Germans," writes a bright woman, "are devoid of that chivalry towards women so conspicuous among Australian gentlemen. Each man proceeds like a orown prince in his own right, and pays his addresses, with no fear of refusal, to the woman chosen by others for him, or to one who has caught his eye, or whose " dot" is suffoiolnt to attraoo him. The engagement it sudden and pro. olaimed with vast edlat and ceremony. It has been said that Goerana make the boat lovers and worst huebands in the world.
COOMA BAND OF HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 22 March 1894
COOMA BAND OF HOPE. -4- IThe first meeting'of the Coomna .and of Ihpe, for this year, was hehl in the Wesleyan Clhurch, Cootna, on Wednes day evening, the 1 4th. The attendance was fairly large, and the performers done their best. to entertain those present. Mr William Baldw in occupied the chair ; and the performance started by the audience singing hynot 522, and the clhirman following with a prayer. The next item was a selection from the choir, very nicely rendered. Mr John Andrews followed with a recitation, " The Life boat." "No, Porter," was recited by Miss Amty Baldwin very niiely. Thle choir thenl sung another antlhemn ; after which Mr Jas. Robinson recited " Paul l'rv." Miss Lily Baldwin was called on" to recite "Christmas day in 'the Workhouse," which she did itl an interesting way. The next on the list wais a dialogue, effectively rendered by Misses Black (2), Baldwin (2), Tredrea, Poole, and Messrs Tredrea and Lee. Miss Black cante next.with a recitation. The clitir follo...
THE KYABRAM UNION. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. THURDAY, MARCH 22, 1894. LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 22 March 1894
THE· KY BBAM UNION. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORINING. THURDAY, MARCH 22, 1894. LOCALlTEMS. The Victorian Tariff Inquiry Board will sit at tile shire hall, Tatura, on Fri day, the 80th instant, to inquire into tno effect of the fiscal systemr of Victoria upon the condition and extension of agriculture, mining, and otlher priducing interests ; and upon exports and imports. The Board will be glad to hear anyone whose evidence will assist themn in tlie objects of their inquiry.ls We have been favoredl with a view of a-picture, in nil, painted by Mr IR. A. Moore (son of oui state shool teacher), of the Goulburn 1Weir. The picture reflects the greatest credit on the artist. who has .displayed great taste in light and shade. The perspective also is admirable; the background is plainly shown without taking away the effect of the subject of the picture, "The Goul burn Weir." Tn the same room were nIllily other pictures from the artists' brush, each showiing merit in their pro duction. A crick...
Children. Biddy's Fate. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 22 March 1894
Cibltbren. Biddy's i'ato. Plaosantly sltuated among the hills was tran Ipa'o httle farm, and Ned was ependrle his snummer vacation there. Hlow pleasant to be free from the smoky, disagreeable city-freo to wander all day long out in Ltm freelh air. It did not take long for the roses to bloom on Ned'e pale cheek again ; indeed no one could now call him a pale city lad. Ned was petted and oheelihed by his grandparents as if such another boy never existed, and even when old Biddy (grandma's pet hen) came by l:ar death in auch a sad manner her estimation of the young gentleman did not decrease. She only declared him to be " a dear, ignoe rant little city boy, and didn't mean any thing." Every night Ned had the privilege of help ing grandma feed the chicks and gather the eggs. Grandma's, as I have said, favorite old hen was a Plymouth Rtook that she had raised. It had been deserted by its un. mitherly mother and left to shift for its own tiny self, but grandma heard its faint cries for he...
Peculiar Acid. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 22 March 1894
Pcculiar Acid. An East Indian plant was not long ago found to possess the property of temporarily destroying all sense of sweet and bitter tastes, so that after the leaves have been chewed, the taste of sugar or quinine is that of sand or chalk. Mr David looper, a chemist of India, has extracted the active principle which constitutes somewhat about six per cent of the weight of thedried leaves, and has the same influence as the leaves upon the nerves of taste. This remarkable noew product has been named gymnemic acid.
Industrial Geology. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 22 March 1894
Industrial Geology. The geological formations of a country, according to MI. Louis Navez, have consider. able effect in limiting man's free action, and determining the location and oocupations of communities. Two Belgian examploe are given. The Geer valley is characterized by an abundance of lime in the soil, which gives great strength, euppleneEs and whiteness to etraw there grown, and has thus originated the extene!vo straw-plaiting industry of the district. The valley of the Lys, on the other hand, is notably free from calaerous rooks, making the water of that river especially soft and suitable for the cleansing of flax, and lo cating an industry of importance to the cloth makers of Planders. TImi man who buys a cheap watelch gene. rally gets a good deal of time for very little money. A squ.An mile contains six hundred and forty acres. CoUoNarnvsa. (to celobrated Iindoo snake abormer) : "I s'poeo you know a good deal about snakes, mister 1" Charmer: " Snaken, sir, have been the s...
Zoological Enigma. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 22 March 1894
Zoological Enigma. The azolotl, an amphibian which forms a part of the food supply of Mexico, is a very singular creature. It grows to a length of about a loot, and has four legs, and a newt. like tail surmounted by lungs and gills. While it seems to be more fish than reptile, some naturalists have supposed it to be the larva or tadpole of a gigantio Batrachian that has never been seen in the adult state. An Englieh observer, who had found the animal capable of living entirely in water or entirely on land, has had a live specimen in a dry place during the autumn, and believes that it is gradually losing its gills and be. coming otherwise more terrestial in charae. ter.
In the Garden. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 22 March 1894
inf the Grrtles. Yes, I love Iower3, but if there is anything mole beautiful thol anuotisr In tLiL garden, thhat Iing is a beautiful gill, w.th ta sun bunrct on her head so wide and capaeious that you have to g.t right Lquare belfoe her, and pretty lear to her, to see Ihh glowing che-slb that Lao ru:e to be there if the is aB a; accus?to?ed to gardsn walks and works. Poays.ally, there can be nolLh.ng better for daughttra, and indeed, for many wives, than to taken ole charge of a small slower garden. T: bn, lica derived froim allytising, stirring the soil, anilliag the pure maining air, ara freshuces and glow of ahbck and brightness of aye, choerifulness of temp" r, vigor of mind and purity of heart. Conscquently, she must be more cheerful and lovely as a daughter, more dignilltd and womanly as a eistir and more attractiva pnd oontf ling as a wife. It you have net the dooryard ground, then get a dozen pots and plant the seeds of llovwer to your taste. The careand at:ention siquired t...
A Preventive to Obesity. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 22 March 1894
A Preventiric to ObestlU. hero is a secret for women troubled with ebevity, which we anticipate will carry some weight, namely, that bodies exposed con stantly to the sun, ' gain such activity of the blood forces as to prevent any excessive forming of adipose matter." It must not, however, be EuppoEed that, on the other hand, plenty of esunlight is conducive to leanness. Not so, for the really healthful condition is neither fat nor lean, but shapely and plump, and the sun's rays quicken the nutrient functions, producing a beautiful roundnesE of form; indeed its constant nction upon a human body is like the affect upon a plant, vitalising and strengthening to every p::1. The last session of the Swedish Rigedag was productive of several bills of special in. terest to women. Herr F. T. Borg brought forward one to provide for the election of independent women on the Poor Law Boards and School Boards, and also that a resolu. tion should be passed by the National IHailth Departlment that ...
Ladies' Column. A Woman's Song. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 22 March 1894
A I'omltnu's Son f. She took her song to beauty's side, Where riches are, and pomp and pride; There In the world amidst the crowd, She found our beaLts by sorrow bowed; And 'midst a dream of light and dress She saw the pain of lontel nees. lier voias's magic held a tear. Boo made the weary ones draw noe r; Ane. rdl the pas-iond of the thronog 'Wero melted into peace by song I Bhe took her song along the street, And hushed the hboat of passing feet, 'And tired toilers stopped to fill Tncir hearts with muusi at her will. Stl sang cf rest for weary reet. O" scatlmoan, and eo meadow sweet; lier voice's pleading stilled the air, Andl little children wept with her; "o all the:r sorrow, griel and pain She eol:ened into love again. She took her song to those who rest Sile in the clasp of N ture's breast,. Amid the graves, along the shore, WsEhed with salt tears for evermore; And then hab sang, liow lung, how long I ufozeo we hear thaU perfect song That angel hymn, that mystio, When thore wh...