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A Lesson in Table Manners. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 10 August 1894
A Lesson iln TI'ble ICalnter'a. It was at a country Sunday-school picnic, where great quantities of the regulation neat. abler, chiefly apple pied, had beern broughlrt for' the children to ent. Little Mary Jane, frot away back in the hills, was there, and with her mother, who kept an eye on the child constnutly to see that her bdhaviour was per fect. Presently Mary Jane was obserred digging into an apple pie with her knulfe, whereoupon her mother spoke upi. " Mary Jane lierho 7" " bMa'nn I" "What be you a doin' f" " Eutin' pie, mN'ano." " Whet he you a eaten' it with 7" " Knife I" " Su you be I Now what Ihave I told yu. about eatlin'pie with your knife, Mary Janel Take that pie up iu your hand and cat it uas you'd ought to I"
HUMOR. Where the Umbrella War [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 10 August 1894
HUMOR. cWhere the Uth rttellfe 1I'ra "Good-mornlrg, pmfeosor,"naid the land-' lady, sweetly, as that indiviodual enteredl the breakfast room and took charge of all tho morning paporo. "I hiadut noticed it, madam," replids4 teo prorfessor, seating himself on the .papers to keep the other boarders from get ting them. " Indn't noticed what 7" naked Mis. Fog. "That it is a good morning," replied the proflcssor, amiably. "It's rairning eats and dlogs out. Where's my umbrells, Mrs. Fog? I left it in tihe corner of my roor on going out yesterday morning, nod it's niot there now. I carn't undIerOstanrd whiy it is that tie morality, intogrity, tire-the caInlnon everyi' lday Ihonesty rof life scrns to disnlapear wlher one gels within tihe lportals of lis house. WhIere, madran, I demrand to know-where is, my umblrell 1" W" hrere," replied itie lady, striking a high' G rand pouring trot water over her oatmeal in her excitement. " Where? Why, tihe owner came here yea. terdry and recovered it I' ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 10 August 1894
tk TENDERS r. FOR - STAKE DRIVING & VINE PLANTINGC. l Separate tenders are invitedl for the following work nt Toolalnha : it Driving 3,500 split lift. stakes 15 t inches. Planting 1,000 vines, mostly root lings, to fill misses. 1 A. CHAMBERS, Tatura. Money. Money. FARMERS! - on't pay 8 per cenlt., when you can get Smoney land have it fixedl for 3 or 5 years at 6 per cent. e McBride, Martin & Co., I (Oflice Pnonucie iMAllrtiT, Srlki.i'.rroN.) lhave nny sum from £50 to £5000. 1Large sums 5ý. We lend lip to two thI lirds of vale if required. McBride Martin & Co., PlonDcie AUCTION Rooms, SmIici'Anroe. 1 SHACKELL, WHITE and Co., AUCTIONEERS, Land, Loan, Insurance, and General ConrTission Agents. STATURA, KYAJIRAM & ECHUCA IIOLD REGULAR MONTHLY SALES , OF STOCK .T TATUIlA ON TiR TIRD 'rTilURSI)AY, ANDI AT KYAIitRAM ON rTIIS SECONI) TUESIIAY IN EACH MONTH. Farm Clearing Sales a Speciality LOANS ON IIROAD ACRES. Promptly arranged with Economy, 1 Secrecy and l...
CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 10 August 1894
CORRESPONDENCE. 0O TiE EDITOI. Sir,-Having, on Sundaly lost, been olwde the unworthy subject of n clerical addrescs ro mIy resignation as organist of one of iour churches, I must nisl your kiid ptermissiono to puit imysenlf right in the eyes of iany who Itay not undierstutdl my real position in the matter. I have always lielil thant if it choir nLsier uIlneritndd hi dtoltln he dl le free to exercise hiis judgmennt, oand if I doIes niot. utilerstnitd tlici, he li8 no business to oceulpy the position. Interlpreting the fre quent iitefetereuce I hadr been subject to is ii rsllo aon iai ty etpabilit.y, I could see no other colu et lef tinl to resign. As to1 my doing si in ti moment of atger, now, after a week has ipas el, I tut more convincedl ttihan ever that I could, in justice to myself, huae teteul ill no othert way. I un sorry uch iI trivial matter lns lena brought into public tprominencie, but thait lins tint beein iy doinig. Your, etca A. IE. ADAMS. 'atiurt, 9th August, 180l.
AN AUSTRALIAN STORY. THE HUMBUG. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 10 August 1894
AN AUSTRALIAN STORY. THE HUMBUG. UMIES were hard with Mr. Jonas Ulubbor nd the o-ne thought of Mr. Bllubber's sonme what small mind, from tIhe tihou of awakening in the morning until slum her in tihe evening. was how to inmprovo 'ho timues. 'Ardl work is out of the question," h b aoliloluiscd, as lie strolled down MIoora bnol atreit, Geelong. "The intellectoul nos has but (to use thelm atltrOehoots which a a benelicunt Providence has give hitn to live comfortable, and even luxurious, t without descending to uumnual labor." Hero Mr. Blubber paused to withdraw foaupoence half penny fromn his breeches pocket. Ilo looked at the coins wih dise Rust. " Thie sole romainin' plate left in thu treasury box," lie nmuttercd. " Four- I: pence ha' poelnnly," he crontinued, indig' nantly ; "wot's the use of fourpenice ha' poeny to all intellectooual iman? Urcious I it's aulul I" A blind beggar groped his way along the footpath, and ran against the intelloc tual man. " Help the blind I" he exclaime...
RODNEY IRRIGATION TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 10 August 1894
RODNEY IRRICATION TRUST. The usual monthly meeting of the Rodney Irrigation Trust Conini.;sioners was held in the Trnst oflices, Tatura, last Monday. There were present Com missioners Wilson (in the chair). logan, Lancastcr, Mintncr, Kavanagh, Byrne, M'Iver, Allan, Morrissey, Bray, and Cusses. COIIRESPONDENCE. Fronm Secretary for Water Supply adlvising that £10,311 7s. 10d. was owing by the Trust for interest on trans ferred liabilities, and requesting that a reduction in the amnount due be made. Received. From C. A. Argyle, solicitor to the Trust, detailing the steps he was taking to have the rating regulation for the current year m:adle in proper form, and also as to repealing regulation No. 9. Received. Fronm same, re similar subject, sub mittinig dlrafts as. prepared by Mr. )enckin, of newr regulation making rate, aud repealing regulation No. 9.-Re coived. Fromn s:aue, advising that the balance of 1892 rate Ie not sued for iending present litigation.-Received. From samie, inquir...
KYABRAM NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 10 August 1894
KYABRIAM NOTES. Ihe comini isioners of the Urban Water TIrust moet lrdt week rt the Meehnnies' Instit rte. All If. Units I eerpying the Iclhair, MeOers Gohldirr ra d :rTehnII, withll the secretarly Iing nls presenrt. Alr arpplication for i plimbIner's licernse to Cet within the rweon of the trust, sYao received fromni Tihomis Lersk and granted. The trrrsuorer's strintient showed the nrrrourt of interest due, £11 8S 2d.; Inn to sinking feuid, .1E 17s 3d.; these r utounts - were allottud. A warm discussionl took place with reference to the price paid for. y water to the Railway .Departument, i.e.. 1 lidit peri 10010 gallons. The coon y niissioners were of opinion that the price Sshould he lowIered, andl as the trust hadl 1 already receivedl a promise from the Dc - pairtinelt son twelvo nmontlhs ago, that i redctionll wo(ld1 be made as soon asthe r .Iast's iccoiont exceeded £100 per annunm. the seemronin was instriicted to write andt claim the promised reduction. The Sliiancial stateme...
"WANTED." [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 10 August 1894
'WANTED." Lawbreakers wouldt do wll to give Tatura a wide berth when "wanted" by the police. Some four years ago, a twar rint, was issIuedI against. a malinttnaed George Mitddleton, oil a clharge of larceny at Fvertotn, but lie tlisaippeared, landt the olfence was itltbomt forgotlten. On Satiur dlay last Constable D)ainty, whilst strolling down Logatt-street, Tatura, haid his umeditations oti the paut-tax and the ctm ing Spring Slow interruptedt by a stralnger passilng iiti, whoml the elite tllicer it once recognised is the long lost George Middlleton, in spite of his lisguitseid piizt. The constablte diid not fall upon his neck, and embrace hint in the iusant orthodtox miannier, but with the iassistance of Constable Ferguson, shadolwed the alleged larcenlist. Hle was trlackedl to a Ihut. on the tlooroopna road, near Catneron's public lioiuse; and found with it female companion. As the statute iof Ilimitations tdid not apply, lhe wias arrested, and onl Monday, illr F. F. Williamis t...
A CHARMING ENTERTAINMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 10 August 1894
EA CHARMING ENTERTAINMENT. ----+- On Wednesday evening last Pro fesser Muller opened in the Taturs Me chanics' Hall with his mnagnificent stereopticon entcrtainment. The an dience was certainly not as large as it might be, for without doubt no better entertainment has ever been given in Tatura. Considerable expense is in curred nightly in producing the marvel ious effects which evoke spontaneous bursts of applause from the audience. The wondrous display is the result of ;.the latest andhighest scientific research, anidmiust be seen to be 'realised. The chief papers, not only of Victoria, but most parts of the world, write in highest terms of the entertainment, whilst lead ing citizens like Archbishop Carr, Sir John and Lady Madden, and numerous others, join in the praise. On WVednes day night the synopsis of views began with Government house, Melbourne, and the lecturer then took his attentive audience-not in imagination, for -the views were too real-across tihe ocean. The Thamnes w...
SOLEMN REQUIEM MASS AND OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 10 August 1894
SOLEMN REQUIEM MASS AND OFFICE. On Sunday morning a Solemn Office and Requiem High Mass was celebrated in the Sacred Heart Church, Tatura, for the souls of the deceased relatives and friends of the Catholics of Tatura Mis sion. The ceremony commenced with the Solemn Office, at which the Very Rev. Father O'Connor presided. Fathers O'Connelcl and Smith officiated as chanters, and Father McCarthy as master of ceremonies. Immediately after the Office, Solemn Requiem Mass was celebrated. The Rev. FatherMurphy Nagambie, officiatedas celebrant, Father Kavanagh of Nagambie as deacon, Father O'Connell, Tatura, as sub-deacon, and Father McCarthy as master of ceremonies. The Very Rev. Father O'Connor of Numurkah, gave the absolution at the catafalque. After the celebration, the Rev. Father McCarthy preached an impressive ser mon regarding the Catholic doctrine of the existence of Purgatory and devotions for the souls detained therein. Taking his text from Job, verse 21, chap. 19, " Have pity o...
NEW INSOLVENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 10 August 1894
VWednsday, Auglltf 8. DALGETY, & COMiPANY LIMITED report; Wheat.-Primc mtilling wheat, 2s 1 id to 2s 1 d ; medium, 2s 03d to 2s Id ; inferior and faulty; 2s to 2s Otd. Oats are not in request even at present low prices, nnd we quote prime bright stouts, Is 10d to Is 10od; mnelium (do, Is Od to Is D'1d ; Tartarian scel, 2s d ; do fe?l, Is 8d ; Algerian milling, Is 71dl to Is 8jd ; do feel, Is ;(il to Is 7d. liar. ley.-Prime bright matting, at 5s 2d to 5.s 3d, ainl mIalium i s qd to is . 9d. Maize is very dull at Is !4jd for prime dry rae and Is 8d for new red. NEW INSOLVENT. John ['Elgiin, of Tattira, con tractor's ianiiager, forllerly contractor alld butclher, filetd his sclhedle ilat Mooo roopnn on Wednesday. Debts, t 707 ; aisets, 10s ; deficiency, £766 10s. M. Cussein assignee. Certo:inly the bes t medticinle knownl is ;runder and Sont's Itucalypti Itxtraclt. Test its elh.tite 'tly powLerflt' ef'fects ill coughls, cltls, influellla-thle relicf i- itlstantlttleotls. In ser...
MELBOURNE MARKETS. Wednesday, August 8. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 10 August 1894
MELBOURNE MARIA;\nr 's'tis W Vltnel:y, August S. GOLDSHtitOtIft. Mlotrr & Co. TlI 'rltD. re port :- 1Vlctt.-ltrimte milling. 2.; 1d: fair to good, 2s Id to 2s lid; off 1t1t. 2s to 2s id. Oats.-Prints milling. up to It 11([: orlinary feedl, Is Sil to Is lt}d; pritme Al riann. p to Is 81; fair to good, Is ttl to Is 711; Tar tarian, ls Ithl to 2t. and uip to 2s II for seedl lots. Bnrley.-Prito tating (nominally), up to is hi; fair to pgoo, Is to its; tltii to ntediuti. 2s til to- to ttI: COpe up to 2; 3,i. .Maize.-There is ta fair trlade inquiry at the following rates, viz :-Prime red, Is 10ld to ls IId ; white, is! 9d.
A NEW PUBLIC HALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 10 August 1894
A NEW PUBLIC HALL. -:0: A Iceting in connction with the movement to build a public hall at Baldlwinsville was held at Baldwinsville, last Saturday evening. At the outset Mr. H. G. Byrne took the chair, and 'it a later stage Mr. J. Morrissey presided. There was a good attendance. Mr. W. Brown, the hon. secretary, said he had not so far written to the parliamentary representatives for the dlistrict for a donation, but would do so. Mr. Mor rissey reported collecting £15 in Mel bourne, and lhe expected a further sum of £25. In the oomsn and Girgarre east districts, Messrs Wm. Donaldson and John Byrne had collcoted £16 16e, and expected to add £4 to that amount. Messrs H. G. Byrne and D. Mulcahyin half-a-day raised £10 4s, of which Mr. C. WV. Wilson gave £8 Ss, and Father O'Connell £1. Mr. T. Brown reported having received nearly £6, and the Rev. Mr. Bate had promised £1 1s to the funds. About £90, it was announced, had already been collected towards the erectioh of the building. A lengt...
GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 10 August 1894
GENERAL NEWS. If you have a watch or clock that will not keep time, take it to R. B. Stewart, Hogan street, Tatura. At the last meeting of the Rodnecy Irriga tion Trust, Mr. T. Lacey was re-appointed treasurer to that body. WVe would draw attention to an advertise ment in our columns inviting tenders for stake driving and vine planting. ' Messrs Helyar and Lander are the success ful tenderers for the bankrupt stock of J. oBehead and Co., Yarrawonga. See adlvt. The second grand concert of the Tatura choral society will he held in the Mechanics' hall on next Wednesday evening. A first class programme has been arranged. At the sale of booths for the forthcoming race meeting at Tatura, Mr. D. IHeaphy, of the Bush Inn, secured the publican's booth for £10, and Mr. Sandlant the fruit stall for £1. At the meeting of tihe Mooroopna hospital committee an unusual compliment was paid to Mr 0. F. Vaughan, that gentleman being elected senior vice-president by the unant mons vote of the meeting. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 10 August 1894
Madame Anstey (Pupil of Sir Charles Halle), Organist Sacred Heart Church, Tatura, Has vacancies for Pupils for ORGAN AND SINGING. Junior Singing Class now commenced Terms, 2s. Gd. per quarter. Address-CAsEYS-8TREET, TATURA. THE -MOST FAMOUS ESTABLISHMENT FOR EVERV DESCRIPTION OF MEN'S CLOTHING IN THE GOULIURN VALLEY IS THAT OF OUR TAILORS HOCAN-STREET (The Post-office is Next), TATURA. Dreary. winter with its cold blast and rain has now passed, and we now enter on the glorious summer, and a change of clothing is necessary. NOW i i thoetimje to nmake your choice, and select one of the 'multituidinous samples sub. mitted. The fit, style quality, and workmanship need no building up, as they are well-known, and our motto " No fit, no pay" speaks for itself. Our 12s Gd Trousers are now famous, and the l55s Suite cannot be equalled. Give us a trial, and youwon't regret it. DON'T FORGET. OUR ONLY ADDRESS IS OUR TAILORS, NEXT THE POST-OFFICE, Tatura. WILL A. RITCHIE, Manager. Agent for Nort...
DAYS OF DANGER. (COPYRIGHT.) NARRATIVES OF THE BUSHRANGING TIMES IN VAN DIEMAN'S LAND. PERIOD 1812 TO 1818. THE BLACK RANGER. (IN TWELVE PARTS.) PART XI. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 10 August 1894
DAYS OF DANGER-. (COi-ussurt.) 11o an. NA1RRATI VES .d ho or ruset BUSIIRANGING [IM4ES IN - - he str VAN DfE MAN'S LAND. hsil By C1P!1'IiN LACIEI tic PERIOD I812 TO ISIS. G THE BLACK RANGER. t, (IN TWELVE PARTS.) w _______ in PART XI. - w tli " ra When the black was a few yards w from him he raised his weapon and h, blew the wretch's brains out, and this m Sunexpected event completely cowed ls :,th remaining abioriginkl, who, with his h broken arm, would not have proved d very troublesome. Seeing his com- r panion fall, the man turned and fled, li leaving Howe to fight the battle single ti handed. The stalwart outlaw was a, quite eqlual to the contest, and had no idea of declining it. Both nmen carried nr knives, but for the moment they did c not think of using them, but with p clubbed muskets they attacked each c other. Itowe was much the stronger I of the two men, and his experience of li rough and tumtble fighting was greater , than that of his antagonist. r After the first blows...
PROPOSED RETRENCHMENT BY THE RODNEY WATER TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 10 August 1894
PROPOSED IETHENCMEWNT . BY THE RODNEY WATER TRUST. --- At thie lst uieetipgof, the Iiiriney Irrigetin T.i ust the questionti of red ning the staff was brought forward. Com Wilsonastated it,had been his inr tetitiji that day to move that in the event f. furtuer loan monies, not, being ob tainedl, all the staff, with,,tlie exception of the engineer anti- an assistant, with the. secretary and an assistant, be dis pensed with. It was not right to keep a large staff with nothing for them to Com Ciissen thought the matter might be deferred: until next meeting, by which time they would probably know hqw much, the Government, would advanice.; He. thought. ultimately the Shire Council would have to take over the.Trust, works.. ,Comn Minter urged that delisy was only , postponing the evil day. They were. not likely to get money to com plete works foryears to come. li' accordanie with instructions the. engiiiee ,reported, in-reference to redtuc ing thliii'ntiibier of officers, of wlhich the fo...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 10 August 1894
The "Alpha B" De Laval Hant CREAM SEPARATOR GNNR&L AGENfTS : 3J. 3ATU WI sLe1 1S' QUEEN STREET, MELBOURNBLE. The Separators are the very latest patterns, and combine all recent improvements in Hand Machines, which render them vastly superior to any other make. -THE 'ALPHA B,' 60 GALLONS PER HOURn, is specially adapted for large dairies milking from twenty cows upwards. It has the largest capacity of any Hand Separator in the world, and is just as easy to work as the smaller sizes. It has a long frame which, being screwed to the floor, renders thie machine perfectly firm and solid, and proof against shaking. The bowl is fitted ivith a cream screw, so that thick or thin cream may be had at will. The separator being so compact, . occupies a very trifling space. TaHE 'ALPHA BABY,' 80 GALLONs PER HoEUR, has recently been greatly immproved, and is now in all respects similar to the 'Alpha B.' It is atlapted 'to dairies milking from ten to twenty cdws. A boy can work it readily. Pr...