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RE BANQUET, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 5 August 1887

Rn DANQUET, &C. Mr. Archibald propo,.ed, and Mr. Grey seconded,-That a banquet and ball be held.-Carried. An animated discussion then arose as to price o0 tickets to banquet and ball. Several. motions were - put and subse quently withdrawn in favour of otherd. The following proposition by Mr. Cuffe, seconded by Mr. Forge, was at length carried,-That the price of double ticket (lady and; gentleman) admitting to both banquet and ball be 10s (jd. On motion of Mr. J. Edis, seconded by Mr. Allan-The secretary was in structedl to write to the Mayor of Echuca, Shiro Councillors of Eclhuca, and i.Rod ncy,'ce., to ask their co-operation and fuppdrt in the matter. Mr. Allan proposed, and Mr. Mr'ar ten seconded-That a sub-committee be appointed to Uarry out the views of this itBeting, as follows : Messrs. Baldwin, Lancaster, Archibald, and J. Lilford for Morrigumn district. On motion of Mr. Forge-Messrs 'Mlurphy, Frowd, W. Finlay, and C. Lilford for Tongala dis tridt. On motion of Mr. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 5 August 1887

Rewarded oantus. A brilliant Amerian writer nays 'hi. immat noti.n. however, failing ton meno the nomplete atpliostlon of thtt wornt), "The world I. fIll f wants which R .nli mray reap n rich rPward in eopplirgl" The greatest of hornn w?nts are the onleversl rahotiltlninn nf peotl, for uttreence, nwretneann for e'enaoh,.fresb air for forIl, hrlhtrnn fonr t'pr?snion nof rptrite, prait fnr .penury-everythin.g which tentl to health; hppinrseL, ant vrio,.. Nothnlg aeoompillcha all the.s drairahie codat o effH.ctollly, or ie likely to yield a richer reward to the nopplying cenitl, then Hsnltc,"'r extranrdinarv Disinfectant for nursery, c:leetl, draln, se,. ITy a dln then orde;r a email brag rt nor.thbl tbh nnot. Ohemrte, .grocer, or amuel Lorwe, 137 Oollinon tteet wemt.--[l? .. . T Ile VIO ?RIAN LANG COMPANY LIMITED. it COLLINS 8R1lgR~ EAAT. Ospital, L?,000,00.. lubenrlbed, £158,000. Pald.ap, 4ICo,C00 Reaolve Fund, £705000. DIRErORE: Hone. H. h. Dare, M.P. William Bowan, Esq., J.P. John ...

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A Romantic Country. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 5 August 1887

A Bomantlo Country. Morocco (says the *'St. Jamee's Gasrete") is just now the only romantic oauntry washed by the Mediterranean, which used to be the most romnsante of seas. The Sultan is always doing sometbhingtartlisg. Not many weeks ago be issued a savagOe edict agaInst smoking. Now he is down upon drinking. iHenceforward any Mahommedan found drunk isto be bled off loprison ad thereretained unti' his sobriety returns; and then he is to be ron dared painaully conscioss of his existence by the admislstration of twenty.four strokes Any one who sells strong liquor to a Mu. eulman will likewise be hardly dsalt witbh whilst severe treatment is in reserve for the go. betweens who n'gotiate loans with usurers. There is a fine romontio Eastern savour about there masures, so drastic and so joyful to the backsheebh hunters; DOut siel "Monts Obrieto' was written nothing so romantic bha ever been imagined ".edisoovery of a trea sulre amounting to ninety. fvemillions sterling hidden in the cel...

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NEWNHAM COLLEGE FROM WITHIN. EVA KNATCHBULL-HUGESSEN. (NINETEENTH CENTURY.) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 5 August 1887

NEWNHAM OOLLEGE FROM WITHIN. EvA K'NaTCHioULL.HUGE8SSEYN. S (NINcTEENTH CENTURY.) It Ise seventeen. years ago- sine. the first lectures for women resident in Cambridge were delivered by University men. prominent amntg whlom were Professor Benry Sidg. wick anid the late Frederick Dri.j|un Mao. I rice. These were eagerly attended, and pre. Sently came an application from atnother part a of England for leave to come to Catmhridce for the purpose of attending them. Tile re quest was considered by those who mauuged t the lectures: it was granted, and a lodging found for the applicant, whose example was 9 followed by so many others, that in 1871 a house was opened for sutdente, under the charge of Mice Clough, the precent principal of Newnham College. Four years later, after more than one migration to larger quarters, it was found necesearr and possible to build a hall for the accommodation of the in. creasing number of students, and this was the origin of the red-brick Queen Anne buildln...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 5 August 1887

On Saturday next it isK ,nnounccd bleswhere that the liev. B. _Newport Wbite will preach at lIenley's at 3 p.im. and at Tature at 7 p.m. Holy Com inunion 'ill be administered after each sorvlce.. At Taripta after 12 days of fine weather; with.very drying, winds, a change set in on .Saturday. "Rain com menced td fall about 12 noon, and con tinued steadily without intermmission for 24 hdurs diiring which time 100 points was registed, and there is every prospect of more.; The River Gdulburn has been running a banker, and. has teen in places milesr wide for the' last month. All its fleders are also full. The date of thi Autumn meeting of the Shepparton Tdrf Club haas been fixed for the 19th October. Professor Baldwin held his second entertainment in the local bill on Fri nay night last. Theasidience, consider ing the inclemency of the weather was good. The thought thinking; finding of the pin, and necromancy was e:: coptionally good. :,;During the evenings entertainment the :Professor s...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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THE COST OF OUR HEREDITARY MONARCHY. (YORKSHIRE WEEKLY POST.) (YORKSMIRE WEEKLY POST. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 5 August 1887

THil GO'ST OF OUR HiBREDIlTARY SMONARORY. (ToanEsca WsEKLT POST.) A charge brabuht against our Ruoal Family is that it Is expeusive to the nation; that the coit eitailed : tt unjietifiably heavy and unbearable... Thia is. the - Radicl and Soucllistid cry-a cry 'very _ utisfaclorily answered in the practical leaflet from'which we are about to quote a few salient facts and figures. We have a Civil List annually voted by Par liament to the Queen, as follows:- Privy parse ... ... £60,000 ,Salaries of household .. 131.260 Expenssaa: ..... " ... 172600 R,)yal bounty, ate. ... 13200 Unappropriated... ... 8.040 . £385.000 The greater part of this allowancs is fixed by Parliament as to its uses, and is enjoned onlynominally bytheQueen. Itbenefitsothere rather than herself. Moreover, by an arrange. ment made at the Queen's accestion, Her Majesty gave up the Crown lands to the nation, in return for which. Parliament agreed to vote annually the above eanus for the maintenance of Royalty. The re...

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THE YOUNG FOLKS. CHILDREN'S PARTIES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 5 August 1887

THE YOUNG FOLKS. UHILDBEN's PABTIBU. Children's parties, like everything els almost, have advanced with the age. The sort of party that delighted your Aunt Magli when shewas young woeald have few charms for most of you now. We enloyed a romp, and to ty round the ring with a 'drop hand kerchief,' or to rush for aseat in the stirring 'turn the trencher' when double twilight was caltted, were, to say the least of it, ex. hilarating; but, oh, what thrill of enjoyment pervaded us when we had aleader of sulfficent ability to conduct the old stagecoach I But now everything is to changed that I blush while I confess to my present generation of ,young reasders that Joy came to uas throogh Scakes for tea with mottoes in them, or cakes cat into the form of men and animate: The art of entertaining has progressed since then, and moat of my present readers, I more than suspect, are educated up to some snggestions .I aw made the other day, and which I am going to reproduce for you here. The first ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 5 August 1887

C O N 8a U P t 1 0 N. And all DISABES of the CHEST, unooeeafolly treated By PROFE5S0ORB RADFORD, 16 ColuOe street weet t. r Rpeaeor strea? Years of Bright, Happy, and Vigorous Life I Have been given to Thousands !! who believed their health hopelessly gone II! If you are Suffering from Indlgestion, iloomsege, and Kidney disorders I It you have aeth?atlo Symptoms, lnnmlty tI Breathing, and Heaos Palplittion Ilt If you are broken down with Gnuo, Rheumatlem, of Lumbage III If you are tortured with Violent Headaches, Bleep. loemane, and Nervous Irltabillty.llll If you are weak aend Isanuid, and enable to cope with your dally dutles il!1 . If you are gloomy and morose, and feel that all the world Is eglnet you Your Iroubles mc be traced, in the deratlstao . to LIVBE COMPLAINr, eo prevalent in this country, allicting almost every. body to reer ler r ss degree. But do not give up for. DUNSTONE'S COMPOUND EB?B1NO of DANDELION And LIVEB PILLS WILL RESTOBE YOU to HE ALTE As surely as milt led...

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Electrical—Antiquity of Telegraphy. (ELECTRICIAN.) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 5 August 1887

Zleotrotel -Anttquity of.Tel?graphy. (ELsCTRtCIAN.) A correspondent of the French journal ,*Cosmoa" states that in a curious old work printed' at Paris in 1622 there occurs a wemarkable passage, of which the following s a translation.:--" We may also tell you this great and wonderful secret, which a certain Germn has shown to King Henry, and who, by hib industry and dexterity, is able to speak and to converse with those who are far away' and this by meansof the magnet. Heo firstrubs together two needle magnets, and then places them each separ. ately upon two clook dials, around which are engraven the twenty-four letters of the alphabet. If. then, they wish to speak together, or to make each other understand what they would desire, they .move one needle around until it has pointed to the letters which are necessary to make the words and sentences that they would say, and as they turn one needle so also the distant .eedle turns, making always the same movement. The klng seeing this wo...

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The Young Indian. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 5 August 1887

The Tomo Indlam. The yeoung male Indian grow up very independent and mes oon a? he cnn rn. about. rapitlI acquires alt the hsbit. and vices of his elders. Hi. day is chiefly spent In lolling round shout the village, or farther in the woods, with his little blowgun, which ie letrne to use dexterously from his child. hood, to the destruction of all the small birds. He coon learns to fish and follow game, and oorn becomes an adept in wood coraft, recognleing st a slance the slightest 'trsce of a track of a man or animal, the nature of the thicket before him and the trees above him;: and, when still a boe. every tres and spat for miles around hie home has become familiar to him. Besidee the hbe. acquire. that knowledge, almost nstinsctive to the Indian, of locality and direction, so difficult to understand, but which undouktedly is acquired by the almost unoonscious observation, primarily of the '"poeitlon of the hpsavenly bodies, the direction "of prevailing winds, as frequently illuet...

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Prince Bismarck's Popularity. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 5 August 1887

Prilce Blemarek'. Popularlty. An intereating anecdote of. Prince Bla marok'e gaillantry Is going the ronlde of the Grman Proll. Itb apper. 'bht two y?nun English adies livieg in Draeden n?rme to Berlin on a vleit, sand, wilishtog to emak the moot of their time, wrote to the Channellor, expressing their fervent wish to see him whereupon they received an ievitation to hI. uialoc., where they were met kindly received. A servant took them thrnogh hbi palane and showed them everythingof otereer, wih whichab they wrte, of course, greatlyl delihted, their joy oltminoatirg when Prince Biemorek himselrf eoddenly apeared oand addressed hom moet kindly in flouent Englilb, wolkin with them for conic time in the garden before biiding them ferewell.

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The Heroine of Girton. (FALL MALL OAZETTE.) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 5 August 1887

The Herone or GLrtoen. (rPAL MArLL eazr .L) The great ClassicalTripos which was pub lahed at Cambridge on Saturday morning was remarkable for the succes attained by a Glrton student. The lady, Miss Ramsay, beat all the male students, she being the only one of either sex to pass in the first division. Miss Agnata Francis Ramsay, of Girton College, who has obtained the highest place in the first clas of the Cambridge Classical Tripoes this year, fe the third daughter of Sir James H. Ramsay, of Banff N.B. She was born in January, 1887, and was educated at home until Ootober, 1880, when she entered St. Leonard's school, St. Andrews, N B., where she remained till she, obtained a soholarship at Girton in 1884. She began to study Greek in 1888, her teaohers atSt. Leonard's in that subject and in Latin being Miss E. Case and Miss Clark, both certificated students of Girton College. Miss Ramsay's father was distinguished at Ozitod, where he took a double first. The present Professor of Latin...

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AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 5 August 1887

AGRIOCULTUBRAIL OTEc. The farmers are taking advantage of the moist sheson by putting slot of land under faliew. The subsoil being thoroughly well e soaked, the ground this winter can be broken ,up to a good depth, so that snbrequent a.t. , sivation will be rendered all the more easy. tioneeessfol farming depends a good deal upon deep tillage, and now that the grouni .i :.. food order for fallowing, farmers should elmake it a point to work the xoil as deeply as possuble, Reports from the wheat-growing dtrtricts speak favourably of the prospeeto of the next wheat harvest. The seed this year was got in early, and as the early raino gave the weeds a start an opportunity was cff:rdcd of ridding the land of all noxious growth. The aoops this yam are, ooseaquently, very ai-en, I and as there has been nothing to ael'cak t.ro growth, the fields are now in a very forward state for the month of August. Taking the whole of the northern districts, there is a wonderful uniformity in the conditio...

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The Case of Olga Liubatovitch. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 5 August 1887

The Case of Olta Lnubatovlt:.L Three or four years ago (writes Mfr. Kennan in the "Century") there was arrested, in one of the provinces of Euro. pesn Russia, a young, senstive, cultivated woman, named Olga Llobsatovtob. I will not relate her whole history ; It isenough to say that, inspired by ideas which, even if mistaken, were at least unselfish and heroic. she, with hundreds of other young people of both sexes, undertook to overturn the existing system of government. She was arrested, thrown into prison, and after being kept for a year in solitary confinement she was exiled to Siberia by administrative process. You perhaps know-or, if you do not know, I can te I you-what hardships and sufferings and humiliations a young girl must undergo who Is sent to Siberia alone by 'etape' with a common criminal party, You oan imagine the state of nervous excitement, the abnormal mental and emotional condition, to which she is brought by months of riding in springlesa telegas; by being compe...

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WANDERINGS IN ASIA. CALCUTTA—CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 5 August 1887

W1ANDERINGS IN ASIA. " .'.'_. . ii. Xw. 3sjMnr n CoaIvoaLL. "CALCUiTTA -CONTINO ED. .Oae of themostiatere ting meetings I bad the ploaure of attending was that of the United Misaion moettig. I was anxious to ;eeo a?good group of the men and women who 'are carrying on the work of dynamiting the r.?oke of Hindoo superstition and ignorance. Yet' these rook,, squared, and ohiselled, and polished, may be built into a noble teoplo of the living God. I found an aoetmhlrage of men and women, of whom the churchea may be proud Mon oo mental grip, women whose faces aepke the divinest qualities which have been breathed into our poor humanity-purity love, gentleness. The discunsion was not on tlie heathen, but on the degraded classes of Calcutta, whose origin is partly European. They are the kintals, who have a sort oI kintol languasge or slang. From what I could learn, they are the equivalents of the degraded olhases of East . London, whom Mncaulay has vigorously phrased the vermin of society. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 5 August 1887

The twelve Irish cone ables who resigned their offices because they were compelled to carrn on evictions, and who arrived in New York recently, have announced their inten tion of becoming citizens of the United States by fling their applications in the Court of Common Pleas. A perplexing dlfficulty overcome. DUNSTONE'S SANMORA Is the best aporlentmedlcise for children. and Is taken most readily by them. It will curo ,lllouu favor and all the aplmdet to whito obildren are subjeot. For stomach and thrond worms this redloclo has proved Invaluable. Aek for DUN. sTONE's 8ANMORA. Of all chemsoat, at Is. aud Me. per bottle.-ialwv.] P R MIBR t*' L' IING AMBOUATIOP OFFIOE: 5I OOLLr .4 SZECcE FCAB?. Subsorihod capital . £420.000 Psld up and acorued capital . 170,000 Total come last year - - 451,085 This aseaoiatloo hae paid Its shareholdere 10 per cnot. per annum for thb past l2yusee. INTERESO ALb0OwKBD on DEPOSIT8 For 12 months, 06 per cant. par annum. For 6 months, 6 per cent per annum. SAV...

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FRAGMENTS OF FUN. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 5 August 1887

FRAGMENT'S OF FUN. Woman is mortally afraid of a mouse, they say, but a moustache doesn't scare her a I bit. Don't call a very large, strong, sinewy man a prevaricator. If you are sure he Is a prevari cator hire another man to break the news to him. "Wilt thou have me, Sarah '" said a young man to a modest girl. " No, John," said the girl, " but you may have me, if you will." Smith, with effusion: Hallo, Brown, Is that ou ? I heard that you were drowned. Brown, with sadneses : No; it was my brother. Smith, thoughtlessly : What apity I Merchant : Well, porter, I wantyon to sell me all that happened during my absence. Here's a dollar for you. Porter : The boys promised me two dollars if I wouldn't say a word. " I wish you would pay a little attention to what lam saying, sir,' roared a lawyer to an exasperating- witness he was examtning Well. I am psaying as little attention as I can," was thecalm reply. " Who." said a member of the Canadian House of Commons. to the members who were tr...

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The Kyabram Union. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. FRIDAY, AUGUST 5, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 5 August 1887

PUBLIsItED EVERY P5'IDAY. FRIDAY. AUGdtST 5. 1881. A pUblic meeting is announced to take place on Tuesday evening next for the pdrposeof taking the opinion of ratepayera as to the best site for a shire hall. This matter should have been taken in hand before, but " better late than never." We ohope that the raten payers will muster in full force. - His Lordship the Bishop of .Mel bourne, it is eipeoited, will arrive by train to day and will be received by all the leading members cf the chprch, from whence ie will be driven td Woot tons hotel. At 3 p.m. to.-day. His Lordship will preach in All Saints' Church, assisted by Archdeacon M'Cul lagh, Revse Heffernan, Taylor,. and M'llafy. A public meeting will b8 held ?in'be Mechanics' hall at 8 p.nt., whnh address will be delivered by the Bishop, Archdeacon M'Cullagh Ievers. Chambers, R. Heffernarti Taylor, M'Haffy, and the pastor the Rev. E. Heffernan. A decided improvement was observe able in Goulbourh-street, notwithstand ing the heavy r...

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LIKE AND UNLIKE. CHAPTER VIII.—NO GENTLEMAN WOULD HAVE ACTED SO' [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 5 August 1887

LIKE AND UNLIKE.1 r f. B RE. BnAnDOir, S Auth;jA r.o dy Audi,'dl'Sore.' Ete. COapa VIt.--No GERTLarAN WouLD i . . H& AOTgD So' There had been but the briefet letter. from Valentine either to Lady Belfield or tc Adrian.* He was at Monte Cir!o, and he S- intended to return in time for the last of the : unting. This was all that wasknown about him, and now the serson was nearly over, and he might be expected at any time. His rooms were ready, his horess fit, bis own partioular groom was on the look out for hi s turon. It was a dull afternoon in February, and ,elen was alone in the library, her lover's favourite room, the very sanctuary of his Ilfe -as it were-the place where he rend. and thought, and played, and lived his own eacred inner life, with which the rest of the household had little in common. SIt was not a conventional library-not a place of massive bookcases and regulation set of books. It was half a music room with an organ at one end, and a grand piano Sin the angl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 5 August 1887

Notices. A DVANCE on WOOL, GtRAIN, &ce., STOCK, STATION PRO DUCE of all kindls.. New Zealad- Loan and Mercantile': k Agency: Compaiy- (Limited.) CAPITAL .. 8,50;o,o000 RESERVE FUND ... £27,000 Mnakeo Liberal Casih Adllances on Station Sa.2rities, FI:nsing Clips of,-Wool, Grain, &c. FOR SALE ini-MELBOURNE, Or SHIPMENT to LONDOr N. Auction Sales of Wool :!held .rgularly It.nnughout the season. Auction Sales of' Tallow. rTilds, Sheepskins, Lenther, &c.,. three Limes a week tlhronglhout the year. ... Auction Sales of Grain, Flour, &c., held every Wednesday. DAVID ELDER, Manager. - I. YOUNGEHUSBAND, Wool and Produce Manager. Melbourne Wool and Grain Warehouses, Collins-street West. Pianos. Pianos. 'Organs. Organs' . R? . FURLONG . 84 Swnstonn-fstireet, { KFour doors from Bonuke-street.) Pianos by Ronisch,- Shiedmayer, Lipp, Ancher, Bonrd, Schrnr, Wilmer, . ?e. Agent for the. celelrated Mignon pianns ; Clough and Wirren Organs. NOTICE THE TERMS,-Instrau Sme...

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