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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 5 August 1887
Trade Addresses. - IN ANNOUNCING TO THE INHABITANTS OF MERRIGUM DISTRICT' AN1) TIIE PUBLIC GENIERALLY;THE OPENIG oUR: NEAR THE RAILWAY STATION, MERRIGUM, We have Every Confidence in invitirg the Public to Visit the sanme. :0: THE STO C K Will be found Complete, and all of the Newest and Very Best Quality. THE DRA=PERY Is no OLD BANKRUPT STOOCK bought for a Song, but NEW GOODS DIRECT from the WAREHOUSE. GROC.ERIES Are of the Best Quality and Brands known in' the Market. Our intontionl s to SELL CHEAP, and give Good Value for money. PARTIES purchasing for CASHI will be treated in a LIBERAL Manner, so as to insure a repititiou of their favors. .D AI rRY PROD T" "CE Taken in Any Quantity, and the Top Prico given for Best Qualities. OUR FRIENDS at and around TATUIIA nted net think we are withdrawing from our Business there. Ia having Two Places of Business we hupo to buy better, and thus give Better Value. WE. HAVE LATELY BOUOIIT LARGE-SIZED BLANKETS. AND WINTER GOODS At a Very Great ell...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PRODUCE REPORTS. Thursday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 5 August 1887
CNrVEITIAL INTELLIrGENIC PRODUCE REPORTS. :::..· . . TiTursladna venintg. tThe ??rnn mnrkot very slalck. Vry little 1,?rloe cemin in, the Orine vnrving from 4' myi to r. n?t. n~*nrnlinr'to sanln'd hlmeat is qlntre, nt R nl44 ; oats, 2s d to 2s f04i. Sre,,r5 Wilinme -nid Co'. reir'l, the m,,l,nrt *s Colows :-Wheat, .n s a Ed ; barley, 4n fir to n rl. The folnwln a"nre the consianeos now Icing nt the Tnre railn'nv stntinn : Tnvlor. Forwth, Willinms. onrrianey, .1',,i e, n nd Foroe. Torlin and ionl. llely. Wvnne ond Kve. Devline. Webbh. Duian. Grover. Gihh. Nicholl. Gray and Co., fro thor Bro.. ThadleV, flyn. Groves, Romer. Danly Rron.. nInlcr. T. 'Brown. TLee Chung. A. Mnrne. Smith, Dnndkn. Bilhlon. Donald. inn. mnslie. TTnean. lBeslev. Gnemmell, rrne. O'Shnnnsav. pareels-Poll. O!Nhell. .Tnhnnson nnd Force. Minzies. liohblns, RIeherds. Mnrrnv. Taite, Hosnn, Anderson, Sivers. Darhe. Lanetry. Daly. Woondyatt annl Co.. Webb. Folltrabc, Lund; 'ook, Halkyard. Roonry. 1 tiekl pigs. 4 do. st...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 5 August 1887
THOMAS BA ZELEY'S S (Late J. TIERNEY'S),,;. 1 .*; :":::+i/;. *? .... . . . - " " of M olra) . «.." SIRST-CLASS . ACCOMMODATION u:,"nrnie'Citing-ttention;snilev r obtainable comfort are offered to, :.. : BOARDERS and the TRAVELLINGPUJLIC..: : Time Wines and Ppirlts are,Personally S. elected fronl thme Stocks of tie best Producers., BILLIARDS! ..BILLIARDSI i BILRDS I :! : :: HORSES and BUGGIES 'lways on. HIRE. ,,Extensive and comfortable sTABLING A?CC0OM MODATIO'N. HOGAN'S COMMERCIAL HOTEL, T 'A-. T' ·T.:"::? :A TIIHOMAS HOGAN begs. to intimate to' the surrounding inhallitants and public generally that Superior Accommodation and M?oderate Chargoe' re he speciality of this first-class hotel. II oLiquorseof the lBest?i lriands and Puarest Quaality.onlyu BILLIARDS! ' BILLIARDS ! . . BILLIARDS!!! SUPERIOR STABLING an:d ACCOMMODATION PA DDOCKS. Horses and Baggiee, as ell as Biiggy Pairs always on Hire. FINN'S' BUSH' INN, CASEY-ST. TATUR A. F IR S T-C LAS AC.COM MOD ATION FOR T :R.A. VELLE ...
SHIRE OF RODNEY. REGULATIONS FOR MANAGEMENT OF THE UNDERA MOOROOPNA AND TOOLAMBA COMMON. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 5 August 1887
SHIRE OF IRODNEY. Rnor.LATION Fton MANAGEMENT o0 THE UNDEnA MoonooPrNA AND Too LA" BA COxIMON. In purunance of the Regulations re lating to; Com?llons made by the Governor in Council on the. 17th March, 1885, the Council of the Shire of Rodney. having drafted the following Regulations for management of the Undera, M:ooroopna, and Toolamba Co mmon,?tibmit ,the same for revision by'l et oriba• t'-.Laii'da ndtWorks, and appriijal'?o'the Governor in Council, in lieu of the oRegulations heretofore in force in respect of the Undera Common anI the Mooroopna and Toolamba Common. REGULATIONS. 1. In the construction and for the purposes of these Regulations the words "large cattle" shall meatin cows, heifers, oxen, steers, horses, mares, geldings, fillies, asses, and mules ; and tilhe words ' small cattle" shall mean sheep and goats. 2. Ratepayers, holders of miner's rights, business licences, or carriers' licences, and farmers residing within five (5) miles of the common may res pectively de...
BOYS I HAVE MET. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 5 August 1887
BOYS I HAVE MET. By Zn. In this year of our Lord 1887 there Is ? " Rgat deal of talk throughout the colony as to the working of our " Education Act" in town and country distriots; and somedie. cession on the propenlitiee, good and bad, of "Young Victoria." RAvieg had, some Sopportunitive for nohrevni ?,. I avO pc' stogeher a few facts atont the gennc bho ao I Shave seen and heard of hime in the eounltry unt 100 miles east of the metropolis. NIt sojourn in this locality, and my conseqouelt knowledge of the species as turterl out to work on the stutites, farms, etc., d,ltera tr nll about four years ago, who, I arrived et Nin Ohin, from whence I dant this. If,und to my amusement that the chitd topi of coutves. sstion amongst the youn:, hrties in th tiineg. rnom was tue thr toened dooeaturo of the boy who milked, cleaned boit., swept the yard, and made himaeltf gnarilly na.rtl "r objeoeionable, as th.li r-i mtlght he. The young ladies. snme vi.-l,er .,.ith.lel, *"i-d with one another in...
HIS HEART'S DESIRE. PART I. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 5 August 1887
HIS HEART'SOD1ESIRE. By ELLEN MOLLUT. I AL. THE YuA n PART I, It was a lovers' quarrel, but there had been no renewal of love. Both were young, arid perhaps, not very wise. As was natural, the woman suffered most. The man, turning his back on the old place and the old life, went aut into the wider world and learned, or, It may be, thought that he was learning, to for. get. While for the girl he lefs there seemed aothingtodobut toremember. Then, soddenly there had come into her life once more, one who bad never forgotten. All the love had been upon his side, it is true; but, still, he had never despaired. His courage, his sef. reliance (which was never self-comactit), and his patience was great-even as his love. 'Everything comes to him who waits.' He had waited; and now that his opportunity was come, he stepped quietly but boldly in to ueize it. More like an overgrown village than a town -despite its name-Great Wick stood, shel tering itself in the hollow's dip as best it could, bet...
THE GOLDEN HOPE. A ROMANCE OF THE DEEP. 'I dream's a dream that was not all a dream.' CHAPTER VIII.—VERIFICATION. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 5 August 1887
THE ;GOLDEN H.OPE." A BOMANC OF THE DEEP. I drsemt a dream that ws not all a dream.' iBr W. Czea .RUosELLr AuM el 'A lea Qaeen, 'TheWreck or the osg. vernr.' " A delic's sweesthoeart tea ClAuTER VIIf.-VrToircATmor. .orteasuae that` evening wrote a letter to Wrotham and Company, rin which, after ezplmning hbe claims nron their rrattrrenio at beng sngaged to Mies Fox, he asked if thet would be so good as to tell him how and where he might meet one nr more of the mn?rve who had been brought toEngland by iI .t.S Pigeon, as their replies to oartaii qiuestioo they would be erily able to tlanswer miritlrh greatly tranquilile his mind. ''hi letter he posted, anid nexs day went about his work as usual, presenting indeed so calm an exterior 4hbat it needed a careful inspection of hi~ fa? r to guess at hire secret alietatIon. Mr. Claytor was ourmeri:d by hl minwlucr, but did not commuet uponr it. lie could form mo theories, for be baseginning to oee that Portlesca had some qualities outside th...
Ruskin on Reiding. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 5 August 1887
Ruskin on Readinog. Mr. John Roaklin ban sent the following lat,ao *o , tudent of Edinburgh University -",My Dear Sir,-Yon hoar a great deal novwaday . f the wor- nonsense ever uttered iEcon men were born on earth. Best hundred hrke LI Her you eve read yet one good hook well?- For a Scotsman, next to htis Bible, there Is but one book--bs native land : buh one uIsgueo--pie native tongue, the .wieet-, riehbeet, ubtlrst, melt nusicaol of all the li' ig dialeot of Et.rope. Study your Burns, Scott, ssv Osrlyie. 8cott in hi. dlootsa novel. only, and of. those only bth chuvrfnl ines, with the * Heats f Mid ltbhlia,' bht not the 'Bride of sam mermoor,' nor the 'Legend of Montrose,' nor the "Prate.' Here Is a right list: *?Wa verler,'* y ' Masnerina,' 'The Anti. qoary,' * Rob Roy,' 'Old M,,rtality,' 'The MnIastery,' 'Thbe Abbot,' 'Red Gauntlet,' SHeart of Midlothian.' Get any of them you cun Iou the old large.print edition when you bhave a chance, and study every sentence in them. They are m...
LOST [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 5 August 1887
LOST I The'kbspjr of the Ed? ysono Pghthqit recently discosered a o0lle conteioirg the followiag psthatie nereno-e? the last lexpr?e sloi* ot a omall band of ohiuwrecked m o: "We have been living open a rvft for aS days, and tot more than bhalt time wibhdat water. W. have hlpid ataia.thol.e, snd now ace ready oon wastisu for death. Anything l. better than this agony. We cannot ennore it more than n few bh,.r- l-ngvr. Y e*e'day wu saw a veusal, .snd thnnghk we Wos san5, S.t iti.-.nel o0u w.tu.,lus 0 trg ti-. 'T'o-day w'. bhso nhalntdind hojo. SOuch a death, away frnt friends and in oull eony, id to rribl. To lookL into the oapnon'. mouth teqlises hrnvwry, bus to face Ioeth comin eslowly hut luocr.y oceda on!ly despar. Thouu a no The only dilfatenco betweon the esporclena of thcse men uod thiaouni's of i otera on l.lsi t.o nI hI thao the ehspwre-keor men reolircd their fIe while the oUheri do nl:. Tihy are in just iro ceroninl daner. ow nor whnl" anooeea-ns of it. They rn rewirm that ...
THE COMMISSIONERS' TOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 5 August 1887
I THE COMMISSIONERS' :.TOUIi. The iRailwa, Commnissioners, Mfessrs Speight, Forde, 'anild Greene, accoin a panled by Mr. T. 'Andlerson, traffic manager, and Mr. Allison Smith ar a rived -at Caetlelnaiue: on the tour r of inspection .on Thursday last by special train, about noon. They were met at the railway station, by Councillor Mitchell (Mayor), Roberts, the town clerk, and the borough. urveyor.' MIr. Speight, in reply to the mayor, said he I would give instructions t;,- have tlie circular road drain attended to, and also that a lamp should lie-erected at the crossing near the Botanical' Gardens. The Commissioner would not sanction the erection of a 'gate at the Wheeler street crossing, as it would allow of the ingress of cattle. At Maldon the Coan missioners were interviewed by. the Mayor re the re-construction of the culverte., at the " skew" bridge, which. were inadequate. to carry. off .te 'storm water. It was estimated to cost £80.). The Commissionersa thought that the local ...
MEETING AT KYABRAM. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 5 August 1887
MEETING AT KYABRAM. &nbsp; After the deputationists had inter viewed Mr. Speight and party at the local railway station (as they passed through on their hurried inspection tour on Friday morning, last), and received that gentleman's promise of careful con sideration, if not sanction, to all their requests, and after it was elucidated that the line should be opened on Fri duiy, 19th inst., it was decided by those present to hold a meeting and take some steps to celebrate the event at Kyabram on that day. There were pre sent Messrs. Baldwin, J. Edie, Frowd, Pollne?, Coram, Knight, D. Edis, R. Ratcliffe, A. Allan, Cuffe, Archibald, W. Finlay, Forge, M Gray, J. Allan, C. Lilford, Lancaster, Wilson, M'Car ten, R. Allan, Mellis, Black, Trevaskis, S. Harris, Gemmell, J. Murphy, and H. Turnley. On the motion of Mr. Allan, se conded by Mr. Forge, it was decided that Mr. Baldwin take the chair. . The Chairman, in tbankinlg the meet ing for honoring himn with the position, sanid he wou...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 5 August 1887
Professional. o[Cnn' DR. J. H. CARNEY. PHYSICIAN, SURGEON AND A COO U CJIE , ICY.A-BRAM. )n. CARN.E, Public Vaccinator for the district of Kvybram, Vaccinates every Satur day morning, between the hours of 10 a.m. and Noon. D R. MEYERS, L.R.C.P., L.M. M.R.C.S., ENo. (Late Resident at the London Hospital, and Physician to the Metropolitan Dispensary, London), May be CONSULTED DAILY at his Surgery, IIoH STREET. RlUSHWORTIf, And will Visit TATURA and District when required. PRIVATE RESIDENCE : Murchison Road, next Taylor Bros. R. J. W. FLORANCE, Of SHEPPARTON and MOOROOPNA Late Surgeon of the Melbourne Hospital, May be consulted at Bazeley's Criterion Hotel, Tatura every, Wednesday from 32 to 3 p.m. . JOXNSON a GUISn-ESS WILLIAM JOHNSON. E. J. D. GUINNEBB SOLICITORS,, &e., WYNDHAM ST., SHEPPARTON, And MELVILLE STREET, NUMURKAI. BARTHOLD AND ARGYLE, SOLICITO8S, &C., Murchison, Rushworth, and Tatura. Mr. Argyle Commissioner for taking Afi davits, attends Tatura every Frida...
A MUSICAL PARTY. (Mr. and Mrs. Frand to Each Other.) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 12 August 1887
A MUSICAL PARTY. (Mr. and Mrs. Fraud to Each Other.) Mrs. F. :'How utterly tupid it all is. There's nohody here I care asiyhing for. Mr. F. : Nor I. The singing is awful; mad I won't tay to bear Spouterread. Mrs. F. : Mereo, is he goins to read ? I don't ree how Mrs Red'ern does manage to getao many stupid people totether. Mr. F. : Oh, she has the culture and Intel. Irotual crae just bad enough to rave over cranks of all kindi. Let'a go. Mrs. F.: Oh, we can't until Miss Screech uetl through aiuginc. How hedoeauqueak I There's Profesier Wise. He's to read a papear on protoplasms. Great thing for a musi cale. I'd etay for refreshments if it wasn't for that. But I'm bored to death now. Mr. F. : So am I. I've yawned three times as many different faces now. (Mr. and Mrs. F. to Hostess.) Mrs F. : We are sorry to have to go so early, dear Mrs. Redlern, but I am not quite well. I do so want to hear Professor Wise'a paper, too. Mr. F.: And I. too. But I really must Insist on my wife's going ...
A CIVIL SERVICE SNAG. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 12 August 1887
A CIVIL SERVICE SNAG. " I've got a cousin, White," he said, "who is one of the brightest fellows in the world. U. was a candidate for a position in the Post.office. They examined him on every sort of topic, but he was equal to all of Ihem." " Did he got the position t" queried White. "No," replied Lynch, *' he failed on the last question put him." "Ab," exclaimed his friend. Did he though e What was the nature of the quee tion Y' " Well," answered Lynch, calmly, " the examining board asked him bow many chilling.s he Civil Service sublcribedto the Brown testimonial."
IT MIGHT HAVE BEEN WORSE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 12 August 1887
IT MIOGT HAVE BEEN WORSE. A Bendigonlso, who was the father of very crose twine, was enjoying a brief rest about midnight, when he was aroused by a vigorous pounding upon the door and the jangling of the bell. "What's the matter " be yelled, as he .tock his head outof the window and saw a policeman. Your house i. on fire," was the redyr. " Oh. is that allt I thought from the noise yon have been making that the babies had the uliot again."
A POULTICE FOR PRIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 12 August 1887
A POULTICE FOR PRIDE. Miss Sawyer, who is poor was inltroduced at a lunch party to Miss Taylor. who is rich. and was coldly received. Miss Sawyer is bright, and knows her own antecedents and Miss Taylor's also. She was unabashed, and spoke cheerily : " I'm so glad to mees yon, I ve olfen wanted to. 1' so fulnny-my name is Sawyer and my grandfather was a tailor, and your name is Taylor and your grandfather was a sawyer. Mine used to make clothes for yours, and yours used to saw wood for mint."
HER STANDARD. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 12 August 1887
HER STANDARD. Vather (to daughter who has just returned from a seminar,): Have they good inlstrao tore at the seminary. Eshel Ethel: Yee, indeed. The Professor of Chsemistry was jus splendid. Father : Understood chemistry pretty well, did hb Etbhe : Yea, I suppose so, so be had Just the lovelloet erea and brown, odrly hair ever
RODNEY SHIRE ELECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 12 August 1887
RODNEY' SFinl1 RE ELECTION. The olectoio for tliothree seats passed off very qaiet in sTaturs, not the least excitemeint taking place," fourtler th an seeing a few enthulsinaeticvoter? trying to jump over the mud in Fraser-street. It was quile a- blueo-ribbon election. Early, in the day." MesNes. Brown.ian Y-oung cvonlmenced their clnvass, and later on Mr. Balldwin' began" to run in hise supporters. It was expected that a larger, nuiniber of votes would have been recordedin consequence of it cing, 'te usual monthly fair day,i: ut iery few fiorn the outlyinlg districts were present.: As- will be seen fronm the returns, Patterson nseured 274 votes, tho'largest ever polleod in T''atur. Mr Young, quite a stranger in Tatimrai, took second planeo with. 179, Baldwin 157, and BIrow 124. Pollinig Bootlhe .q 'T'ntura ... 157 124 274 179 Monroopna ... 78 114 107 ,170 Kyabrhri ... 61 40 839 23 Girgarro East 87 14 20 15 Toolamba .... 20 10 85 '17 Undera .. 55 83 8 SS 10 St G?rn'?ains.. 80 48 6 -...
WIT AND HUMOUR. THE BORES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 12 August 1887
WYIT ANDHUMOUR. THIB BORBBL Ther's the mHn +who lets ron ebake hil head SHes bos ; And the men who lsms against poe when oe alstad--. u et his gore. Thsee'l the man who haes fea That the world is, year by year, Growing worse--perhaps he'e near Boli the door. There's the' fllow with conandrum quite Hs a bore; And the man whoskelou" What!' whna'er yon speak e •Thouolh yoroar. There's the man who slep's ror back SWih a bntton.burtting whack If you think he'e on your track, There's the punster with his everlasting pun He's bore: And the man who makes alliterative" ifn' Worse and more I There's the man who tell's the? That a year ago was stat- Like as not he's out of gaol Bolt the door.
PUBLIC MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 12 August 1887
PUBLIC MEETING. A public meeting of the citizens of T''atura, convened by Mr. T. lazeloy, was hold in the Mechanics'-hlll oni Tuesday evening last, Thereowere about 30 ratepayers present. Mr. T. Bazeley was elected 'chairrnan:by a unanimonus vote, and iMr. J:.R. Wootton was ap pointed secretary on the ýmotiol of Messre. Bazoley and Davis. The mieet ing, which was of a representative char actar, was conducted in a perfectly straightforward manner. The Chairman, in introducing the grievance before the ratepayers. said that at the last meeting of the Council a petition had been presenited to the Couancil which hal been ignored by the President by his shelving the subject in the way of referring it to the next meeting. After the non-consideration of the petition it' was decided that the shire hall should be built on the re jected site of the police camp, which manny of the residents olj cted to. Mr. Gellion asked the Chairmsni if the site had hceie definitely agreed to. Mr. Williams sai...