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Raising Early Melons, Cuoumbers Etc. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 12 August 1887

Raaleag Zarbl elea4 s Caaberes, t. It early cucumbers, melon., and sammer squosbee arelrequired, place piece of eod Sin8 or 4bn. square close together In a shallow box, with the Iras side down, Sow eeds enough in each sod to make a group, Put ath box on a hotbed. ItI ou have ao snal window that will do instad, ,,The plan will in doe time all hs. sod with root., and, when the weather will allow transfer •amo piece uof sod with It. plans to Ia properly a.sored patchlin the lgard.; . , -

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 12 August 1887

BM I fIt l BUILDING ASOCIATIOr SOFPIOa : W OOLUIS $tR111 AST. Iabanribad capltal - .10 000 Paidup and soeaned apital 170,000 Total Inoooe last ea - - 461,0o6 Thil saaoliloo bah paidIts abaretbolderl 10 pre aO.k per annum fot the paat iyears. INT?ERUS ALLOWZD on DePO£IT8 For 11 mothbe, 6j per cant. per 1a0um. Por monhtbe, 6 per Mat per annum. iAVIml DBtK x BlANOi? Depoalto Int thit braeu will be paid 6 per es.t, per annum upon their dauI balane.. IrUE0 of AI IPIID BWARtn . St,79aof them sh en hrave now beeo laued, s4n Swhen the number reahae ,1 000 the PIRE.N PBIMIuM of IA. per ahar WILL be BAIJID to 7-. U. i he sharee~ ma be p up o lfald or b moatblTy nahalmeate o I.p share .. oum SIm o N4.m.?.? Pesuldera , a I AM ,JYI p, ,.P.damia. -

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 12 August 1887

ITEMS OF INTEREST. About sixty women have been admitted as advooltes and attorneys in the United States after their qualifioations have b'pen tested by passing dffioult law examina. lions. Some of the American lawyereases have obtained good incomes from their professional work. " In a prison yard near Prague, the other day, a young soldier on guard, whose father and mother were sentenced, the former to twenty years' imprisonment and the latter to imprisonment for life, when he was eight years old, recognised his father as one of the poisoners. He embraced the old man, but was repulsed, and in the eveno log, from shame and grief, he shot himself dead with his rifle. Intelligence from Algiers announces that a fatal riot occurred at Blskra on 26th June, between the Spahis and some Moors employed on the railway works. About 100 Moors, using firearms, attacked a Spahi patrol, one man of the latter being killed, and several wounded. Troops were sent against the rioters, and in the fightin...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 12 August 1887

& ,,' HEMP-& MANILLA TWINE OF ~b~FP~~tB~j~FCICAL QU4, ý sý \\~o Inca' LATEST"V'I'CTORY JULY.1887. GOLD MEDAL & 'TROPHYVALIJE '~100, FRANCE. Notices. ADVANCE on WOOL,. GRAIN,; &c., STOCK, STATION PRO DUCE of all kinds. New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Company (Limited.) CfAPITAL ... . ... .£3,500,000 RESERVE FUND ... £27,000 Make Liberal Cnash Advances on Station Ssarities, Ensuing Clips of Wool,' Grain, &c. FOR SALE in MELBOURNE, Or SHIPMENT to LONDON. Auction Sales of Wool held regularly tlhoughout the season. Auction Sales of Tallow; Hides, Sheepskine, Leather, &e., three times a week throughout the year. Auction Sales of Grain, Flour, &e. held every Wednesday. DAVID ELDER, Manager. I. YOUNGBHUSBAND, Wool and Produce Manager. Melbourne Wnol and Grain Warehouses Collins-street West. T HIIE P ONTAT. MI TITAT, T.FE AL - SURANCEI SOCIETY (Limited) MUTUAL TITFE ASSURANCE, ENDOW S l-N'ENS, ANNUITTIES. Principal Oflice: 84. an...

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

fBE COMMERCIAL BANK T O 0 AUSTRALIA (Liniited) A BRANCH of this BANK is now OPEN at KYABRAM For the transaction of all BANKING BUSINESS luIterest allowed on fixed deposit. T. WAUCFIOPE, Agent. "MERRIGU&' HOTEL, OPPOSITE THE RAILWAY STATION. Flrst-cldss Accommodation for Travellers. FAMILIES LODGED. -BEST WINES AND SPIRITS. IrG'ood ,talatling and Groom. J. S. S.M IT-H-,. PROPIIIETOII. FTO FAIIMEItS .MILLERS. GIAIN DEAI.LERS. SPECULATORS, and O1'1 EITS. FRASEI-- & Co. 19 Queen.street, Mlelbourne, aud City fart George-street, Sydney. OR.lN, FARMl, and 1ILL PBODU0E BROKER. Libel .Uash Advances, i required, made 'on al' jonsignments, whether for immediate S?al storage, or for shipm at to the home markets er neighbouring colonies. Auction Produce Sale at rooms 19 Queen. *trot, every Tuesday New Dispensary, KYAB 1AMA. I'¶HE Proprietor re?pectfully notifies I that he has opened a Dispensary, at Kyabram, with a fullstock of Drugs, 'Chemicals, and Patent Medicines, which 'sill...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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TATURA COURSING CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 12 August 1887

TATURA COURSING CLUB... A meeting of those ititerested in -re organising the Tatura OCnirding b Club 'was.lidl "at Wootton's Victoria Hotel, oni Saturday evening ladt.': Present MIeses.r --Gellion (in the clhair); M'EI gunt," HIogan, WV. Gillam, J. Ladey, and J. R. WtVltton, .hon. secretary.. T?e :Secretary) real;te lialaiird-sheet' sihoiwing thiat aftr holding tosiiatches last season there was a credit balance of Os;"to ths'club;'. ' The balance-sheet was received and adopted. " M r. -Hogan "movedt-and -Mr. -I'El tgnnt seconided-" That a meet be held on Tu'esday and. .Wednesdaly. 80th and Stst inst., for an unlimlited. number of tltgs at L1 Is easoh, members of club nly to Ihe allowed to run dogs.." Mr. Hogan moved, and Mr. Wtotton scconled-" That Mr. M'Elguin: be elected PI'eaident for the ensuing year." -Carried. Mr. Gellioni-movred; and Mr. Hogan saconded-'!" That Mr?. M- Cleery hbe elected one of the vice-presidents." Carrie.l. SMr. Woniton moved;and Mr. Gillam secondeod" That ...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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NORTHEASTERN AND GOULBURN VALLEY PASTORAL AND AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. TATURA, AUGUST 6, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 12 August 1887

NORTHEASTERN ANDGOULBUIRN VALLEY -PASTORAL AND' AGII CULTURAL ASSOCIATION. TATnan , AuorrsB. 6, 1887. Present-Messre..Crosui (preeident), -Martin,; Allan, Archibald, • Bikeeh P; Mactier, M'Cleory, :Gellion.. Kavanagh; DD..S., Mlenzies, Downs, Williams,' It.' lMactier, Wilson, W. and J. Donaldson; Bazeley,: Strawhorn, Cliestnut, ITarri man, Johbnson, Hngant Notninn, Ook, Breweir, Pagan, AlexFander. Moncricff, Wootton, Harpel; and the Secretary.' " COtniRESPONDENOE. FronrA. Stewart; Goh?bie Park, offer ing special lirizxe for Gay Lad's stock. Receivcd, with thanks. From Mr. J. D. Lnve,, tendering'his resignation as a member of committee. liesignation deferred till next meeting From the Victorian Wine Company, notifying that the society had been ap pointed-their ageiti for this diatrict Reeive:d 3fe s f ram Mf[?. D Menzies, resigniihi pnsitiod\orin the domm itte \ fleferirod till next mheetitig. ",_ " From th1e Aliiexandra Agricultural Society, requtiesting this .ociety to ,joi in the ...

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KYABRAM RAILWAY OPENING CELEBRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 12 August 1887

KYA1BRAM RAILWAY. OPENING., CELEI RATION. The eib-committee of the abovei movement met at. M'Carten's ,Hotel,.. on the 4th .ibst. ' here .were preseut-. ' Mr. A. Allen, J.P., in the chair, and Messrs. Shortie, Lilford, Black, Frond,?t Edis, Goddard, Lanstry, Cuffse, Dr.' Menzies, Trevaskies, Forge, Grey, Lan caster; D.S8.' Menzies, Devine, 'Baldwino Archibald, and the heon. secretary--Mr. H. I?: Turnley "-Thu minutes of the previoa's reeoting'' were read-and confirmed. The Secretary read a letter fro' art Echuca caterer, offering to' supply a liberal bill of fare for '6s., d. per head,: 150.guaranteed, ,, : : . The Clhairsman said tfley w~'t"alV aware that this committee had been ap-.' : pointed by a public mieeting to carry out' the nirmngements;'and at .that neesting had decjded that the :'anquet" ticketst should be 10a. 6d.' double. IIt was quite' evident from the offer: of the caterer' that' when the wines, et., were supplied the banquet could not be done for los;' 6d.. He would...

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

[CAB 0] DR. J. Ht CARONEY. PH'YSICIAN, SURGEON .A MOOI'A6'A[. A CCO TCHEUnl, DR. CAln.T, Public Vaccinator for the district of Kyribram, Vaccinates every Fatur day morning, between the hours-of 10 a.m. and Noon. D R MEYERS, L.R.C.P., L.M. M.R.C.S., ENG. (Late Resdlent at the onlldonl Hnospitl, and Phlysiciaun to the Metropolitan 1)ispnsarvy. London), May be CONSULTED DAILY' aRt his Surgoly, HInia SRTiERT. I:URIIWOITH,. And will Visit TATUltA and District when required. PRIVATE RvESIDENCE : Mlrchison Road, next T'aylor BroA. DR"'J. wV.oILORANCE, SHEPPARTON and MOOROOPNA Late Surgeon of the Melbourne Hospital, May Ie consulted at lnzeley's Criterion Hotel, Tatura every Wednesday from ]2 tn 8 p.m. JOLKNINO c GUINW~ES wILLIAL..JOIINsON . E. EJ. D. OUINNELS --SOLICITORS~, &c., VYNDIIAM ST., BHEPPARTON, And 1IETNIT.lE STREET, NUMUltKAT. BARTIHOLD AND ARGYLE, sor.IlTonS,' &c., lurchison, Rlushworth, and Taturn. M)r. Argyle Commissloner for takiug Am davits, attends Taturm e...

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HORSE PARADE [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 12 August 1887

HORSE PARADE. The annual parade will Iake place on. Wednesday next, and on tlb following F?ridlay Tatura will hbe enlivened by the display of onim' of the best' stock-pro 'lucing stock that have ever stood in this district. It: is"i edless of us to enlarge' on " Gaiy Lad " and .' Boston 'lonm." Their qualities are well known. 3Mr Archibald has purchased at'a great ?ost a splendid stallion-of .the English c?art horsoe-naiied " Bar None," which for bone, hair, and general synietery would give our general importers bome trouble to beat. He also exhibits his price-taking sire "' Herd Laddie," whicli it is unnecessary to counnent on,, for. his aStcek has secured a quantity of. prizes. Mnr Archibald, who is ever to the fore, hlis purchased an Trish hubtitng horse, named "Broad Arrow,". which, accord "ing to his pedigree, is far above the. sires that are now travelling this dlistrict. Further conunent "is not ?n:eded. Those who are in 'ant of, a --u :wdciity of .either a .roadster, car or ...

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LIKE AND UNLIKE [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 12 August 1887

LIkNE AND- UNLIKEr Br M. E. BRADDOi, Author of o Lady Audli's «Boret,' Eto. Cn'APreBs XL-A Daicanous PIL.or. 1' 'Lady Belfield caime nex morning to fetch lor'future, daughter.in-law, and Colonel JDeveriil was not displesed to see his younger 'daughter carriEd off to a haven of safety. He Shdavague idea that the bllliard-ronm at *;Moroomb was hartly the best place for an -enUmggd girL ad that a kind of society which ?was all very well for Helen Deverill was not good enough for the future Lady Belfeld. ."It i a capital match, snd it would be a deuced pity to harke it,' thought the Colonel. i - So Helen drove aay in the roomy barouche, sittlne by Lady B-ltfeld's side, with Adrian '?Boted opposite. She seemed pleated to go ,with them, and she had a quieter and more :thoughtful air which chasmed her'lover. Ikat chbatened and softer manner seemed ,oahl natural to a girl on he eveof a new life; , - rl for whom the responsibilities of woman bood were so soon to hbegn. ' It wu early in. Auri...

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AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 12 August 1887

AGBICULTUJaL ZEOTEo. Heavy dfloods ar.belag experiened in the Noeth Eastern disetrit, said ?the low-lyng lauds for mile on eitbher ldslo d the river oanks have been submerged for over week. Fortunately, there has not be a great area of cultlivated land under water, bat, neer thelees, a few Individual losses from this anse have been reported. The crop reports enerally are of a highly.eeoouragiag nature, the complaint, it any, belng the rather too forward condition of some of the selds. The rowb thbis season has been abnormal, and. as a oansequese, there is great danger of a viltaition of rust. Thie le allt the kind of msena that this disease is most likely to make its ap. pearanme. There has bee altogether too gllle ennlhine and not half enouh of hi~h anod drying winds. Where praetleable, the farmers ought to resort to a judieious "feeding.of" of their ,rope. This ohecks the growth, Iad, by thia strengtheailg the plaint, would have a tendenoy to easist them in withatsnding the effste...

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JACK. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 12 August 1887

JACK. (ry1oC 1s cO??xnr). Jack was a Firharbor boy. This might be toeay anyof several thinse ; but ities at least 5eer to say one-hbe was a fisherman, and the sun of a fishermen. When people of another sort than Jack's have told their earthly story through, the biography, Othe memorial, the ohituary rmain. Our post, preacher, healer, politician, and the rest pass ot to this polite sequnel which eoaiety had ordained for human existence When Jack dies, he stops We and the bfisherman squeezed into some cornter E the aaccident column : ' Washed overboard,' or ' Lost in the fog,' and that is the whole of it. He ends just there. There is no more Jack. No e(llo.w-mmbers in the Society for Somethiog'or.Nohing pass resolutions to his credit and the consolation of his family. No funerat discourse is preached over him atnd privatrely printed at the request of the parishioners Theoolumns of the religiouo weekly to which he did not satbcrtba contatn no obituary sketches signed by the iitiale of ...

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THE SCENE OF A FAMOUS WRECK. THE LOCH ARD DISASTER. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 12 August 1887

THIE SCENE OF A FAMOUS WRECK.   THE LOCH ARD DISASTER. . By A Recent Visitor. Nine years ago on the 1st of June last there happened onh the Victorian coast, twenty-seven miles west of Cape Otway, about, five miles east ot Port Campbell, about thirty five miles south of Camper- down, and on the sea margin of Mr. H. H. Gibson's Glenample station, one of the saddest and most remarkable wrecks of which the history of maritime disaster con- tains any record. The Loch Ard, a fine ship of 1,600 tons register, bound from London to Melbourne, with fifty-two souls on board, was lost on this ironbound coast, and of the whole ship's company only two survived. The wonderful escape of these two (Thomas Pearce, a midshipman, nineteen years of age, and Miss Eva Carmi- chael, a lady passenger of the same age), together with the heroism they displayed in the hour of peril, and the romantic incidents by which their deliverance was surrounded, thrilled the whole community in a way that wil...

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HE COULDN'T BE RUDE TO A LADY. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 19 August 1887

HE COULDN'T BE RUDE TO-!LADY..I Wife: Do,,' den, It.; I awlyogkim hert Deaband (et,fl I): YO ame'esnitseak .'She kiLed md. Wie: But nal did outlet her I, Huee?bad: I coulds,'; be, rude ,to.? lads,, Wife: But whbydid she want to, kimw os Husband : I oea't iletin;,. You Ruhts.lo know.

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TRAVELLING IN NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 19 August 1887

TRAVELLING =1 FNEWrE * ALAND. Cond.otor,' aid a puagaer 'on a New Zelad reilroed, "m bat'ha blown out of h wrindow.'" Bow long ago" r ' About ten nmlnults, " Well." sald the ooduator, pulllnlo tha rope. " INll back up for lL but if lucky for ou frou spoke in time"' .

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ROCK-BO[?]TOM PRICE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 19 August 1887

ROCK.BO I'TOM PRICE, "Papa," maid Mism Wabash of Chicao. " I bought such a loveiy parasol io.dal, and had it chbarged to you. Is is a perfect poem." " Ia is" mai id the d man. What did the poemh cos " "'Eihtees dollars." S bWhew " Couldn't . lro. hve got is oheaper ?' SNo; the dealer woulde'i.?let go of it for 'a cent. leos"

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WHAT SHE SAID. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 19 August 1887

WHAT SHE SAID. Young man ([o messenger bo): What did the ouang lady gar when you gave her the Sower. ! " Messenger Boy: She asked the young feller who-wa listlan' on the porch wilh'her it he didn't want some for a buttonhole bouquet.

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A MACARONI EXPERT. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 19 August 1887

A MACARONI RXPERT. Gauet (at table d'hote dinner, ledielatlg a feblow.oaet whose back tI turned): Wa?Ler, thyat entleman certainly bhas a A I Waiter: No, eare. Hie is eatnig s

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SOME PRIDE LEFT. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 19 August 1887

" O8 PRIDE,LEF?T. " No profeaional b.lue allowed round here," said the woman, ebarpl. " m it."' " l noprofeselonal begaar, madam.0 be replied with dfsnity. ' I my b a p in odt, I will admis thet I am a tramp in an amateur sort of war-but I'm no beggar. I you have a hem hene left over, or some old meokerel, or anything that the dog doeen's ca for or the p4ie won't emS, you ma, live is eo ga bo don' i cal me a profeeloual iel '

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