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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 12 August 1887

A lady who advertised for a girl "to do IIRgh housework." reaived a letter from an applicant who said her health demanded sea air and aeked tokpow where Ib ligthouse was situated. The village of Maishfield, Wisoooslo, has been destroyed.by Bre Two thousand persons have been rendered hnmeles, and the lou's re eatimated at 1,O00,000dot...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 12 August 1887

Mr. "J.'G. Foster,o'f &'Beckett-sfreet, Melbourne, has just received the follow ing cablegr?rn'from Mleers.:.lR. Hornisby :anld Sols, Limited, Granthamll, Eng land :--" First prize awarded to the `iornishy 'Dinder at 'the leading field trial of this season at. Toulouse, France, 'consisting of special gold medal and trophy, value £100, give* by the ?re sidelt of the French Republic."

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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Angels of Life and Death. [Original.] [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 12 August 1887

t ea. o.t lIfesnd Death. [Odlhaal] . ea.ven'. b'u , rnlt with •ras wee u tudded thick; The dy elopt benothth·etllneo nlpht ; Srustlingl of itft winoe that glided qulick ; Two heavenly mes..ngere on northb alight. On" entered grand snnon to the Ilqu re, Whnre silent wokere sat without a souod ; . pls anow drop, at only child, lay there- abrL~en hearted mother, to, hbe found. The muserner tLhat blneom homn most bear, Allbo' the only one that frlegrore aked Its eweouune o0 the drnnry nrl of eare, reo whom oall e?le t easthly Joy ha.. ited. Witli the aumptunu- room Ihe colt Igrht fell, Pny.lola..'e frm fe moil.r to the eoins ; A Ineuld voice bnr.theo forth a faInt farowell. h white lay r dre resie where lilfe hae been. The other mseeenflr nsends a stalr Ie • rail tatement In a nasrrw ourt, Eliht litte ohllren nare lli huddled there. leIt a nblels.J hs to then hneroulht eneath a berp of rae womnanlw. Her feature. pitchsdwlth pale, ncd want, nod rate. ears I there's a wail, a new·hnrn inf...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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LUNCHEON DISHES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 12 August 1887

LUNCHEONi DISHES. The following dishes were made by Mrs,. Wioken at ter lecture on luncheon dishes at the Melbourne Athenaeum. As I had ocular evidence of their auooeas, I can con. fidently recommend teem to my readers: Moox Vsmxsoo.-Materials : One pound ..f cold mutton, one gill of gravy, one wine, glass of claret or port, one tablespoonful of red currant jolly, one teaspoonful and a half of breadorumbs to thicken the gravy, and a little pepper and salt. Put into Ssacepan the gravy, port wine, jelly, breadcrumbs, and pepper and salt. Mix all well together, and then put in the meat,cut into pieces about an inch square. Simmer over a very slow fire Ifor one hour, stirring aoasioonally. Pepper-oo us, instead ot p-pper, are an improvement to this dish. Put it on a hot dish and garnish with oippets of toast. 'PoTTon? A LA DInoC ssE.-Take three or four cold potatoes and mash them up with a fork. Beat one erg and mix the potatoes and egg, one tablespoonful of flour, and a little pepper a...

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NOVELTIES IN FANCY WORK. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 12 August 1887

NOVELTIES IN FANCY WORK. Novelties for bazaars are few and far between, because necessity has brought braina and handiwork into such incessant practise that everything seems to have been thought of-and yet there ore new things at every bazaar - especially in pincunhioes, which are still fond objects to many; and most stall-holders know the customers who peer about and ask "Anything new in pincushtonal" Among the newest are per hrps the double square miniature sofa cushions, laid on cross ways, to show th eight pints or sorners. They are made' in valve', plush, satin, or fancy silk, and areof the same or different colours. The uppermost one is the .mart one, and neatly finished round the edges with a small silk cord, and loops or tassels. Pins are put into both. The fastening together Ia done where it least show.. They average from 41o. to lo. square. The Jubilee pin ushion is a padded shield of crimson velvet, with a narrow red, white, and blue satin ribbon stretched acrose slanting...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PRODUCE REPORTS. Thursday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 12 August 1887

4)]MERCIAI;! ,INTELL[IGEN? - S PRODUOE .REPORTS. 'Thursday eveningr. l'sh e :'oquanitty o'?graii was very ilmited, 'n doubt caused thirotgh the bad state of the rned. Wheat has receded: to as 6d ; barley. as will he seri 'from 'ours consignments,. is not conting in, the market not as brisk as last week. A good market from:2s Gd to 2sa dd for oats, but very little comting in. .Messrs Williams and '.Co.' report the market as follows :-Wheat; ,3s 51 ; _ barley, 4s Gd to as 6d d.: The following are. the consignees- noawc Iving at the' Tatura' railway: stationt: Darby, Johnson and Forge, J. S. Smith, M'Cnrten. Allan, Hunter, and Dalglislt, .J. O'bhannessy. Morroiey, Reilly, Soimer Mnnro. Cullinnn, ltillet. Pareels-O'Niel, D. Menzies, MTtnray, Hrnter and Dalglish, Chambers, Andrews. Watlshe, MI'Elgunn, Daly, Wondyntt and Co.,' Byrne, Lucty, Getlion, Edis, Taite, Anderson, Darby, \Webb. 1 truck of s1heepll o.lambl1. i dlo., v: ;':140 bags flour..2s.do. pollard. 397, d0.. baX 45 do. oats, 2...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 12 August 1887

T HIOMASif : B:AZ.E Et 'S1 . (Late of Moirs. .,CRITERION HOTEL-,, . , ....i ; , '(Late J;¶TIERI EY'S):, rIRnlgUAs6 ACOOMMODAIOIJ uniutt^^Din gne wri Wa'Wnes MAd Iplrirt are Peranusitlly Selected fron ,thec ,! Stocks of the, best Prolucer.'.' BILLIADS I BILLIARDS!! BILLIARDS If :.; IOteSES andi BUOlU ES alwayson HIRE.. Extcnsivo :and comfortable s.T ABL t'N G1 ' L C 0 T: 0 D A T I OO 0 N." HOGAiN'S COMMERCIAL HOTEL, '6. ^'. T TJ..R .A. 1 .: T OMAS iHOGAN begs to intimate, to thle urrounding inhlbitants and public generally that Superior Acconmnodation and Moderato chirges are he speciality of this first-class hotel. . .Il quoae ofr tle l tBet IBrands aiel Purest QuLalityr only BI IADiis ,!I' /'i.4TMi ,S!! MILIARDS! ,. SUPERIOR STABLING andi ACCOMMODATION PADbDOkS. Horsesoand ,Buggies, as will as Buggy. PairH always on- Hire.' . FINN'S BUISH.:INN, .CASEY-ST : TATURA. . : * . . F IR S TC LAS A cc S':;' COM ODATTIO SFOR ,rT'iR:A JTE L'LER 'S.. ;.,; :i,: Wines,"Aie nnd Spirits of the Bes...

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The Kyabram Union. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. FRIDAY, AUGUST 12, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 12 August 1887

PURhIBIII.D IEVEIRY FRIDAY. FRID YI' . ..S . ; 1 -87.; 'The lWeoman asserts ins its i?sue of the 4th iiat:, that " all uaifortunaite ifis tnke"o occurred at" Tatiirai the inamne of Mlr. William Baldwin, was omitted fiaonw amoig thu liomin?ees for shire councillors iii ihe advertieaunent."' The shire secre tary omitted the namaee in his first notice Iad wired to the oflice to that effect bvforo Ilhe issue, so thl6iiistlako wa?s not at Tatuia but at Alooroopl a. ,The annual meeting -;of ' th - Tatura Coursing Club: is announicedl by, ader .tiiement to take place on Tuosday and WVednesday, 30th and 31th August, and frbm the known energy of :the club 're tan confidently predict a= successful meeting. A full report of the meeting will be seen in another column.' Mir. igg informed the .WVaranga. Sliire Counlcil thiiC he^ liald received ib ietteir froih Mr. Gilliesnastating that, tenders would be called for constructing of the RushwortlW line iiiOctober next. Messrs. 'Goddard and 'M'Carten...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 12 August 1887

EXPEOUOBATION. ITS ABUSES AND ITS USES. JItihbsesB; ae :-Whoen it is unnecessary, oeion? then iojurios?e; in polite society. when it is offe'sive'; Indoors, where it is not cleanly; to windward of soanother, when it Is thooghtles ; onaship's deck, where it is dsegerous; on a footpath, where it unsightly; and at all times witbhout positive ocoseion. t I:s 'uses re:-To ejct alcolino e(which is poisonoo) ands saliv, wbhen it has been inoduced by bad smelle, for theso it rneduces tie risk of asimilatling disease germs. But these latter are best dteetroyed.in the first instance by the use on every o, casio, of tunter's invnaluiable Dbodoriser an.1 Disinlecant. It is the only odourless ' and instantaneoun sweetener. It purifies the air, scares disease, and guardshealth from contagion.-(ADVT ) A perplexing dioiculty overeome. DUNBTONR'S 8 tNMORB I thes best aporelol medldne flr childreo, and Is taken most readily by them. It will cure bilious lever and all the ailments to whieo chi:dran ar...

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THE LADIES' COLUMN. THE COMING SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 12 August 1887

THE LADIES' COLUMN. BT VIvA.'! THE COMING SBASON. We are still ablvering In fore and velvets. It is diflool to realise that in a short time we shall be dioussing the merits of orpes and ginghams, dust.coats and sanshadee. The leading drapery establishments are in the agonies of stocktaking, and already opting and summer goods are on the topis. There is In reality but slight diference between the winter and spring bonnet shapes. The bonnet narrow at each aide and high in front, with a short. notched crown, is unohanged except ae regards material. The small half bonnet, balf.hat shapes, variously termed Melon hate, and small poke bonnets, have appeared in straw, and are quite as pretty and eoquettih as when developed in velvet or in any. piece material. As strings are not worn with these little chapeaux their popu. larity during the warm weather may be oonfidently predicted. Much has been written against the wear. log of high-crowned hats, but as the spring cbapeaux are as tall as eve...

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Premier Building Association. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 12 August 1887

P. ? mlir 1111ding Atuoolatlon. The Premier BuildinL Association bheald Its .smal monthly meletit g as r offce, 54 Collins street en',. mn Friday, the 5tb lost, Mr. Jobhn Nimma, M.P., beinl in the oblir. The recretary (Mr. Jemes Miremi) reported that the total reeeipts for the fnur weeks had been IL6,101 of which L25i880 hed beon reoied upon fixed deposit, L8.469 in the lavisge Bask branch, L-O,447 eS payments to capital anoinne, end L10160 a repayment ulspon loans. He farther reportoed that daring the month 2.190 of she L5 fixed shares hbd been taken p--9O at a premium of Ir. a bshare. 1.000 e 7e. Sd.. end 525 at a premiom of 10., Iuvlal only 475 to be Ilssed at that rta. Tha peldnp capital had been Increased in tbe four werkI by 1.10,150, making the total to date 186,000 ' in addition, 152 of the L ooetptlrbahtie asare bad been lesned. The loans soanted during the mosth bad amonoted to L41,1.% It was resolved that when the remaliinl 475 L5 ehares bhd been allotted, the premlum wro...

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AN EXPLANATION. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 12 August 1887

AN EXPLANATION. TO THE EDITOR. Sm,--Allow me through the medium 'of your paper to contradict a statement tnintl by the Down Bros., and which is believed by some who do not take the rouble to ascertain the- truth before they offer censure. I allude, sir, to the idea that is in some people's minds that I prosecuted Down's for putting a log over 'the road and .got them fined £5. This statement' i like the,rest used in the recent case, D. v. H., without any foundation of truth, 'for your readers will see, if they read the report of AMr. 'Greenaway's evidence, that lie prose cuted on his own responsibility. It would be 'better, sir, if people, would 'nake themselves thoroughly acquainted with facts before they attemnpt to offer 'blame. Holphig ydu will insert the above, I 'remain yours, etc., THOMAS $ARRIMAN.

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THE ABDUCTION IN PARIS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 12 August 1887

THE ABDUOTION IN PARIS. The abduction case still exolte a good deal of. Interest. A person with whom the young lady was said to: have resbed Brussels is (writes the Pari oorieepoadent of the "Daily News" on the 18th Jne) at Versaillee. Queen Isabella has written to the Procurator of the Republio to ask fhr the intervention of the French Govermaset in the affair, in order to bring the abductor to justioe. She does not seem to adopt the polloe theory that Mdlle. Meroedes Campio was earried off with her own.' ca I sent and connivance. However, froin all that I can gather I incline to take this view. It Is now remembered that she ordered a light dress for the day of the abduotion, and that, when there seemed danger of the milliner being unponota?l, she drove off to her and Implored her to make all haste, because she must not wear a drk dress, and had no other for out of doors. It is believed that the gay lightness of the toilet was a signal that she meant to le herself be carried off. T...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 12 August 1887

The Mono county marble quarry, Ia Nevada, has been destroyed by the recent earthquakes In that 81ile. The loas In estlnated at 1,000,000Lol. n aer e on save aoeelome used year C'rdial Balm o Liquoriom. I oonalder It my duit to rive my tlesltmey to te w?ndmrtal aBocy ino esnaks o ds alds. With lbe Balm of Ltquorleeln the house acae of us fer the aseet of a eold or ooll. ; For enoup to hblldrea I Never knew It ai,' JA .O. Lr, ~oUth Brighlom DWUOTOSNWB O]BDIAL BALM. OF tIQOIIORIC. is. bd. ead If. Sd. per bottle. , O ai ob?eLa?,-Il8Ars I C 0 N I U K P N 1 0 N,. And ill DISEABEB of the OHEST, ucoemoIIlly treated By PROFESSOR RADPORD, 186 0eo1n street wee, near pencer street. Years of Bright, Happy, and Tigorous Life Nave been given to Thousands I! who believed their health hopelessly gone !!! If you are sufrering from indigstIon, EUlionus ,, and Kidney disorders I If you have Asthmatle lymptems, Diooutgy o) Breathing, and Heae Palpilation II It you are broken down with Oout, Rheumstla, o...

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England and German Competition. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 12 August 1887

aglland and German Compot·tnen. A German correspondent to the "Pall Mail Gazette" on the German clerk ques tion writes:-" English i the commercial lagnegae of the world-Germany acknow ledges this by publishing some of her export papers in Engilsh-and if a merohasnt would auecessfully trade with foreign parts he must know Englishb himself or have somebody in his employment who does. But especially ls'a knowledge of English indispensable in German business houses, for, as our mar chants well know, It is to the colonial and East Asian market that German oumpetition is most direoted. Australi+, on the one hand, and < bins sad Japan with India on the other, are the two points on whioh German exporters are conoentrating their forces, and that is why Prince Bie marck so readily undertook the great coat of establishing mall steamship lines to those quarters of the globe. Thus a clerk tho roghbly conversant with English and English commeroial custome has a great advantage over the...

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THE YOUNG FOLKS. THE STORY OF A LOST DOG. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 12 August 1887

THE YOUNG FOLKS. THE STORY OP A-WI l DOG. Jt EoDIt Ev?LTs BmauOw, Is 8. t icAelU* T LOST DO TLL. Ls M aoa. herm is nothing madder or more desolate thea to be a stray do in a groat city like Landon. You may think son have sen aroubie and been miserable; but listen to me sn you'lIl oon see that your trials have been ethiong to mine. Thuere never was a more lampered lti than I was, and I thought I ad a right to be spoiled, being a thorough' heed loz.terrier of perfect pedigree and good habits. I had no faIlte except yielding to a trUong temptation to nip the cat when she t up her back at me. I was owned by the prttiest lady in London, sad was exrcised wveey day by either the footesan or my mie tre herself with a sharp eye kept on me iet any of those wicked dog-tealere should whip me up and run off with me , only sorrow was that I could not always make myself understood. Why parrots and macpiU (horrid things I) should be sifted in the conversational line above their besiers, I Can't Ims...

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THE GOLDEN HOPE. A ROMANCE OF THE DEEP. 'I dreamt a dream that was not all a dream.' CHAPTER IX. A LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 12 August 1887

THE GOLDEN HOPE. A BOM&NCE OF THE DEEP. 'I dreamt a dream that w e not all a droeam.' BR W. CL?ra RUSSELL, author of 'A a Qsee,'. 'The Wreck of the Urog. venoor,' 'A salor'. Sweethear.,' Et. OKAPTFR IX. A LETTER, It.was plain to.Feorteecue.now that.the dream he had dreamed was the living truth from, God himself; and if, ever he had doubted the existence of the .sland, he had beheld in his sleep, -he was now as sure, by the moere force of the logical accuracy of all the rest of the vision which Mr. Jones had verified, that theisland was an actual spot of Is ,d upon the mighty bosom of tie Indian Ocean, as if its exact ituation had been given to him by someone who had visited is and c.uld name it. When outside the house he had to stand a few moments and hold by the gate; so strong was the bewilderment that came close to a swooning sensation when he thought of his dream and how his soul had been inspired that night to the height of the angels of heaven, as he persuaded himself,...

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"If I Should Die To-night." [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 12 August 1887

'"*U I Should Die T?liaght.' The Rev James S Laing writes:-" In a recent number of the Echolread an extract from an English paper respecting the alleged plagiarism by the author of Jes' of a piece of poetry begnning, ' If I should die to night.' I have Ia my possession a little work by Dr. Cameron, of Richmond (in this colony), entitled 'Adelaide te Ia Thorecs.' This little book (whiob I send for your perusal) was published in 1878, and in it is found a short poem certainly iden tioal with that appeariog In * Jess.' In the latter some slight alterations of express aion have been made, and it contains one stansa less. In the work referred to above, Dr Cameron cautiously states that these verses were * believed to be the compost. tion' of the subject of his sketch. I do not know that this settles the authorship of the poem, but it is a contribution towards the solution of a question which has somewbha e;erclsed the minds of English crities." Tie following is the poem as it appears in ...

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FRAGMENTS OF FUN. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 12 August 1887

FRAGMENTS OF FUN. It is a curious fact that Domas said little d or nothing about his origin. His grandulater wars negro slave, hirfather a mulatto, and the only anecdote connected with Domes and the African blood in his einsewas one where it was represented that some impertinent fellow asked him if his father was a mulatto. and he replied, " Yes." " And your father's mother?" continuud Mauster Impertinence. "A full-blooded negress." was the reply. SAnd her ancestor ?" followed the persmistent I inquirer. "A monkey I" thundered forth Damas; "and I furthermore inform you that my ancestors began where yours ended I" " Got any lost boys down there T" called a woman through the telephone as she got to poltec herd qurter yesterday. "We've got one." "What's hie nsme" "Why, he won't give it. He says that owing ton mae. understatanding with his stepmother he 'has temporarily separated himself from his a " That's him I" shbe interrupted. Sand I'll be down in about half an hour and wallop that...

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HUMAN RECKLESSNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 12 August 1887

HUMAN BEOKLEb8NEdd. A ingular feature in he make up of man. kind is the reckolehae of life, which at times beomeset eidmic. 8,ml foelhardy man sete Ieo exmple, as did Webb in hi attempt to swim the repids of Niagara Falln , and im mediately he hai followers the world ovea who attempt dangerous fests from which no benefit, pecuniary or otharwise, Oa. asb?o. But reoklenusas of life ia not coofned alsne to this clas of people. We are all of us daily enoounotring a donger of far greater mrgnlitude, which enosalmoent for a time lobs ? its terrors. lt in o insidous in its approach fastening itself with a deadly gripon the budy before any palpable evidence ie ex ihisted that the vilsity is sapped, our coasti-. tutiooes undermied, and we are made wreckh, pb"sisally and mentally, before we have been alarmed. We rpfer todiseaese of the kidneys, those subtle organs placed in our body to porify our blood, and In connection with our bowels, to eliminateall the aat material which the sysrtem s da...

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