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How Animals Cure Themselves. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 10 August 1894
How Animals Cure Themselves. The knowledge possenied by animals of the ourative powers of various simple agencies is wonderful, and many human beings would certainly derive valuablo hints by closely ob. serving the actions of the brute oreation when thelatter are suffering from illness or wounds. It has often been noticed that when animals are ill from fever, they restrict their diet, keep quiet, drink water plentifully, and some times plunge into it. When a dog has lost its appetite it eats that species of grass known as doggrass. which acts as an emotic and a purgative. Sheep and cows when ill seek out certain herbs. An animal when suffer ing from rheumatism always keeps as much as possible in the sun. The warrior ants have regularly organised ambulances.. Latreille, the naturalist, out the antanem of the ant, and other ants came and covered the wounded part with a transparent fluid secreted from their mouths. It a ehimpanese is wounded, it stops the bleeding by placing its paws o...
Things That a Woman Can't Do. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 10 August 1894
TIIII s Tha:t a Womanl Ualn't Do. Shoot straight. See any beauty in a rival. Kamp track of a base ball game. Hit down'without masling her bustle. Endure the smell of a stranger's eigar. Cut an old odmirer without looking beak. Hold up her dress without showing her hope. Sec the extravagance of anything she wants. Tell her child's right age to the car con ductor. Take an intercat in the vital questions of the day. Lose a firer on the races without getting a headecehe. Itmain in an auction room without losing ther head.. - Mrs. Moon is the name oa the lady who has supplied most of the baby clothes re quired in the royal framilies of 1uropa with in the last ten years. The good woman heas just received and filled a come ieion for a era le coverlet that proves to be a mastlerpica of decroorative art. The fabria is white satin liTed with pale rose eilk, and a deep fall of ytechlin lace finiohee the edge. This, how ever is but the foundation for a design of ex quisitely painted baby heads,...
FIBRE CULTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 10 August 1894
FIBRE CULTURE. Mr Josephl Knight, governlment agri cultural expert, nacompaniedc by Mr .anmes Miller, the well-known rope maker, lectured in the Taitura Meclhanies' Hall last Saturday on " Fibre lIultuIre." There was a large attendance, Mr Jobn Donaldson being in the chair. There was a magnificent display of fibre plants and seeds, raw material, and the manu factured products; from a thicle cable to the most delicate twine, in the Ilall, 1l. vghiohs;oljed pre ir nmeragmuiiid _ erva41 to ilfustrate the lectur e. After apologising for the absence of limelight views whvlich could not be effectually given during the afternoon, Mr Knight said some of the ides lhe was about to express might clash with I the opinions of so1me present. The iprincipal secret in the fibre industry, lie mnighlt at once say, was economy in labor. The oldl system of treatment was knowni to mlost Ttura. farmiers, and lie asked t - them not to condeni his mietlhods until 1 hle lhadl fully put lbefore tlhem the why...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 10 August 1894
LOOK ! LOOK ! LOOK ? AT S. DIDNAKS LIST Oatmeal, Dig Meal, and Flake Meal, Is per bag 776 1il'9 lb: " errngs. F'resh, 7d per tin. Coffee Bcans, is lOdl Herrings, Pickled, is doz. Cofiee, Essence, is 4d per bot. Tomato Sauce, 3d per. bot. Cocoa, Homacopathic, 10d. per lb. Soap, 4d per bar. Cocoa, Essence, is Gd doz. tins. Soap, Household, 7d per bar. Candles, 5d to 8d per lb. Soap, Magic,. 9d per bar. Essence Lemon, Gd per bot. Kerosene, 150 test, high screw with eoncentrated Soda, Gd tin. patent syphon, 9s per case. Cocoanuts, Dessicalde, is per lb. Blue, 7d per packet. Wheat, Oats, and Barley Brought for Cash. 0 Opposite Post Office, TATURA. Agent for Sun Insurance Office MERRIGUM ST'ORE. J'_ 1VGCOOK, (succEssBO TO J. AND T. MANLEY) BEGS to notify to the residents of Merribgum and District that he has a large stock of GENERAL GROCERIES, IRONMONGERY, DRAPERY, CROCKERYWARE, CLASSWARE And all Articles in the line of a General Store ALL OF BEST QUALITY. The stock includes everything ne...
TATURA FIRE BRIGADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 10 August 1894
TATURA FIRE BRICADE. T'he ordi'nriy nmonthly nmeetilng of the above brligadle iwas held on Mondayy night at the Captain's rooms. Captain Ritchie occupied the chair, and 10 usnitber. were present. An apology from firemaun Miller was ntceptel. The iuinutes of the previous meectings wetV read tod coiir mtii, ati so501 uuuitl portant correspondence drall with. AM iacciut t for los. for carluting sandl to the site of the new statin t was passed flior payment. Mr i. Toer was transferred f.rom) the reserve to the oative list, awl Mr C. Price was utonminan*4 as nolt a tivo ownnsher. Fireotan Hiariin statod ;hat the now hell-tower tuid rel-house nIt ldI putuohathly ihe readly fori ocoelnpaton t tIb h nextc monthly meeting, a statementit whsich w receiveht with much satisfatction. Donations of i 1l fromut t lit hraihl, und 10 s. fromn Chew Ping were wacknow hedged, and the nmeeting closed.
AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 10 August 1894
AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. -4--- Tlic us5ial meOntlily mlleeting or the eounittee of thie Goibihrti Valley Agricultural Society was held in the Mechanics' Hall, Tatura, on Saturday afternoon last, Mr John Donaldson presiding. The following members were present. C. W. Wilson, O. F. Vaughan, T. Hogan, G. Maskelcl, Crawford, Carey, Williams, Lockwood, H. G. Byrne, G. Robbins, 3Barron, J. D. Love, Darveniza, T. Alexander, Manniing, C. Mahler, Lupton, D. Menzies, Minter, Bradley, andt Collie: At the outset Mr T. Hogan expressed his pleasure in seeing Mr I). Menzoies preseCnt, and that lie had withdrawn his resignation. In cases where nmembers lived long distances away it could not be expected they should always attend. The practice of the society was to accept apologies, and it was ta proper one. In reply Mr Menzies said no man hadl the welfare of the society more at heart than lie lhad. It did not follow nmembers required to attend all the meetings to do good. In fact more benefit was given ...
PRESENTATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 10 August 1894
PRESENTATION. On the conclusion of vespers at the Sacred Hleart Church, Taturan, on last Sunday evening, the reverend Fathei O Connell imade ia preseintation to Madame Anstey, the organist. Three weeks ago a social was held to raise funds for repairs to the organ, and to give a testimonial to Madame Anstey for her unremitting and valuable services as organist and choir instructress. Tihe rcverend gentleman, in making the pre sentation, remarked that considering the bad weather and the unfavorable circumstances generally, thIe efforts of the promoters had been attended with more success than might be expected. There were now nany demands on the Ipeople, and thie necessary expenses in curred reduced the amount which had lbeen obtained. It was a pleasure to recognise even so inadequcately the services which Madame had relndered. She was always at h'ler post, and so conscientious was she to her dulty that he had warned her mnore lthan once not to endlanger her hIiealth. Whenc all accoun...
Vermicelli Soup. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 10 August 1894
VVC)'lricc~ni 801f~jl. MANAGER (to supernumerary): "I am going to giove youa a mll part in ithe new play; do you wish your real name on the bill, or wrill you use 0n assumed n11ame 7" Srul:.: "I gueos I will use an assumed name.." AT.: " Very good: what. ohall it be " S.: "Signor Verminelli." yr.: "T'lt:t 0a higlh soundling name; wrb do you use \'1rmicelli? Got it out of a cook= book dill you 1" S.: " Yes, and I use it because I'm a ulpes you know."
Poor Missionaries. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 10 August 1894
7'oO 1 Mlissiluet.w ies. A rmother gave her little boy two bright new pennires. nd asked hitm what he wan go.: ing to to with tthen. After a nmoentcuta. (theight the child replied: "1 amt going to give cn to the tnisionaries and with the other I am going to buy a etick of caiv." I After n while he returned fronm thi play and tht is ianother tha:t he had loet one oil the petniniet. - SWhVich tdid you lose?" she asked. " I lost the missionary penny," he promptly; replied.
SHOWS TO COME. AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 10 August 1894
SHOWS TO COME. AUGUoT. 20 to 41,-Roynl Agricultural Socicty of Victorin SItrT~itIInE"t 1 .-.iunt P. an.l H. Society 20, 2l'-Echuca A. and P. Society 2.i.-Elmnorc 2(, 27.-Natdonat agricauturai al:hi, lllrllill unl OcVonrn 2. :.-l:oachcsica "I.-:i igicwaai t. Ill. I .-liendigni A. nmni ii. Society 1I . I iii, . Iii, im i~. uybyo lomoimg 21.-Slcppmu~too mm gricoln un;I S 4inty 7.- neenuuo 11.1 t11 A. nia 1'. Smeiat I -4'ort Fairy 1I, Iii Wam'rnamboot 16, Iii-iumllurut.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 10 August 1894
INSECTIBANE IS iTHE ONLY EFFECTIVE INSECT DESTROYEB. Observe the Spelling. Sold Everywhere,. Sole Proprietors, ROOKE, TOMPST COOLGARDIE - GOLD FIELD. 0I() Reward will be given to any one wio oa" supply cheaper THhN II. ABRAHAMS & CO., Premieir Gun, Rise, & Certridge Manufeaeturers. And Coasraetors to the Victorien G wQvweamY. Awarded First F-rie Gold MKedd, Nebeonirne Oentenuiii Ei biibes, 1888, id caemetiaton against the world. 316, 816, 880, LZEADB!'! ST., MELBOURNE. AYD AT LONgON, BLRMINHIAM, AND NEW YORK. Estadlished 1869. HOLDERS TRADE MARK IN THE LARGEST STOCK AUSTRALIAN COLONIES. FIREARMS H.A.ace Their stock consists of over 20.000 GIuns and Rifles, and are by the best cmown makers, and they are the lItge : lolers of firearms in the world. Double sarrel Breech-loaders. choke-bore, twist Lirrel, top lever, 45s. They have a better quality, with Damascus barrels, choke-bore, re-bounding locks, £8 Ss., better quality, with cross-bolt, £4; Double-barrel Breech-load...
LOCAL AND DISTRICT FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 10 August 1894
LOCAL AND DISTRICT FIXTURES. ':M.U.I.U..F., every alternate Tues May night (Aug. 14.) T 'oolanuha Temperance Enitortainr.enit T'oolumlaba Hall, Friday, .\ ngusnt. 10 at '7.80 p.m. Toollitltu a Quadrillo AseeuublJy, ill the Toolainba Public Hall, on 'i'uecday, August,I4th at* .8 li.u. ,, .Tatura., Urban ,,-Waterworks Trust meet second Monday In the month ,August 18,) Badney Irrigation'Trust meeting first rouonday In Month (September 8.) Tatur literary and .dobating. society, Fridayj evening at Mechanics' Hall, Auguet TM, Rodney Shire Council meeting last Monday in uonith-Aug 27. Deakin shire council meet at Ti tigalu third 'luuhl:y in each month at.l a.mn. Echnelu and Warauiga waterworks meet at IRushworth second Tuesday in mouth, uuuiiutli. Kvabranu Urban Trust meet first Wednesday in Month. .- Kyabrain brass band iti t every Thursday night at 7,80,
Cooking Recipes. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 10 August 1894
Cooking Recipes. Flour Soup.-Stir one pint of floor which has been browned into three pints of boiling water; add buttler the size of an egg, one pint of cream, and salt and pepper to eeaeon. Dumplings for Soup.-Mix with one pint ol flour, two teaspoonfuls of baking. powder, nod one-half tcnepoon of salt; wet with one cup of water, roll out one-half inch thiok, out into shape and drop in the boiling soup. Nudels for Soup.-Beat threeeage very light; add flourenough to make a etiff batter, with a pinch of salt; roll out thin, sprinkle with flour and roll up tight; begin at one end and shave off the cabbage. Be sore that the soup is boiling when they are dropped Cod Flsh.-Piok the flish fine, and let it stand in cold water over night; put in a saucepan with sufliolent milk to cover it well; when it builds thicken with flour and butter. Black Pudding. - One-hall pound each of raisins, currants, chopped snet and sugar; one pound of bread soaked in milk and beaten smooth, obe-fourth of a ...
Her Hospitality. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 10 August 1894
11cr lHospitality. " Thcse moonitsincers arc the most hos'it able people on earth. It is a rnod but genuine lhospitality. They. would slhareu their last loaf with ait stranger within their gates. The latch string lhangs out for all." We were riding down a steep Rocky Mountain trail, Ily frientd Clate and I, when Clhtile iade the remarlks qiuoted. Ile was an enthusiast over the IIblU traits of the hlotent mineor and mous tainccr. Curtain experienlces of imy own had made me eccptical on the sublject. At the base of the mountaini stood a little log cabin. "Now," said Clate, " I'll prove Ily tlheory. It's 1past dinnelr tiime and wotre both hungry as wolves. I'll wager any thing you like that well get a good square meal at that cabin free of charge." Five minutes latiler we stood before the closed dloor of theu cabin. " Ilello !" roared Clate. There was no reply. " Hello, I saly I" This timeo CIcto raplped loudly on the door. There bcing no responsO hei lifted the latch, when the door sw...