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Correspondence. RE SHIRE HALL. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 19 August 1887

RE SHIRE HALL. TO THE IlDDTOf. rSn,-_Would you; kindly greinaser tion to a few thoughts that occurred to me on reading your report of the publc nmeeting, in your last issue, re the'sit' of the shire hall. I wonder if the chairman of that meeting ever knew of ia petition being: taken round for ignsa tures during 'the sitting of any. corpo rate body, and laid on the table at tihe end of the meeting 'without the name of i councillor to present it, or guaranteo its authenticity, being' dealt.with on the day of presentation, no matter of what importance. The rejection of this peti tion with all its informality is the grievance this meeting is called for to take action to remriedy. 31My opinion is, the meeting was called to upset the decision of a' committee appointed"by the Shire Council to fix a site for-the erection of a bsire hall or public offices. The chairman, in his opening remarks, says, ",after the non-consideration of the petition the rejected site was fixed upon." This seems t...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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THE GERMAN ROYAL FAMILY. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 19 August 1887

'rXikl OC iMAtL' LOYAL FsAlAiLYj It is itrenge to -ole the prevalence of the popular osuperstition in uermany that the Crown Prince will never succed to the throes. There wee apcedltion mdmea w hego, in which the Emperore Ie 'mid havs implicit faitb. This Is that he will diS' at she age of ninetyl-six, and that his eon wi.3' not succeed him. This explaios his devotie to his grandson. A correspondent writ e from Berlin, in speaking of this attent?-s"n upon the pot of the Emperor to Priners Wit liam. sate :- do not Say it is afSectide for the Emperor loves no one. He ie too n. lusiver a sovereign toluveanIy c but im-t` As osvereign he adores Bismarck, hut a man he would not shed tears over hi. deat, The Crown Prince goes rarely to hi fathsee palace ; and the Emperor visits his s·o . reldsence onlyonce year. A curious fate of their relations was the frequencY of lbt Emperor's visits to Prince William'si bo~ pu ote malady of the Crown Prince appeale to be on the increase. Prince William...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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France and England.—A Comp[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 19 August 1887

hauae ma nd gahafd.-A Cemtptul . STioe;: JJourna de?e Ddbate," in the conure of a artilcle on the Jubilee, saps :--"A reigu of B-tlryears i In France we hay, made a provTerb of the 0ords of Tecitor, ' Quindecim ann. Igiaode rotalfa tev Ipatlium.' Fifteen years appear longs for our Oovernmentl. Since Victoti wars crowned in that old Abbey lf,Weltminslter, to which she I going to day (221d June) fir a tbsnkegivin'.ervtce. we have had-the reign of Louia Philinpedown o' the 24thlb FebruarY0 1848 ; the Rrpuhlic. ram the 24'h l.hruary to tihe 10th Dacember, 1848 ; the'Presidency nof L'uis Napoleon Bonaparte, 'to. the god Decemher, 1851; rhe Empire from November. 1852; then the downrfall; next the Giveramenat' of Naiiouns-Defence,. on the 4th Sedtember. 1870 ; the the Prelsidency af M. Thjere, in 1871. until the 24,h May, 1873; next thit of MecMahon to the mouth of Januars, 1879; and lastlly the Republic of President Ordvr.,"

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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THE PARIS CO[?]SPONDENT OF THE "DAILY NEWS." (SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT OF THE "WORLD.") [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 19 August 1887

THE ' DAILY NEWS,' (oPacLtL COOaDourONDNTOar THE " WORLD.') One of the most remailrable women whom it has ever bein my good fortune to meenis Mrs. Crawford,. the wellknlown Paris cores. epondent of the' London "'Daily News" and of Mr. Labonuhsre's "Truth." .The only lady member of the celebrated Cobden Club, 'and one of the moat prominent characters of contemporary Parisian history, Mrs. Craw. ford affords a striking demonstration of the fact that it is possible for a woman to be a brilliant. journalist without neceosarily on. sexing herself or abandoning those feminine delicacies of manner which conalitute the most attractive attributes of womanhood. I made her acquaintance in 1877 or 1878 on a somewhat memorable occasion. It was at one ofthe Sunday ddJeunere of M. Cernuachi1 the millionaire proprietor of the " Sleclte" newspaper, whose name has become known in almost every corner of the civilised world, in connection with his pet hobby, bimetallism. iis appearance is almost as rem...

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[?] ONE WORD WITH YOU. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 19 August 1887

j Ut.tJNBWOBD W iT4 YOU. Let a istra of purp water run through a p.auLe !ltown. ;Wben it leaves the town It Is full of chemilolr, decayed animal ,atter, and refas of ailklnds If it flews moderately fast for 12 tmile it kt slaid to pIrify lteelf. But where li the imptritiei? Bome have gone of into the air, most of them bhavesettlel to the bottom of the stream. If the water' i drawn oft, the bed of the river will become a ateaob in human nostril., breadilg pesteleae and death The human body is run and perated by , etreamof blood. When it leaves the heart it is pare, red blood, utoll of lie. After it noureeo through the ateries, keeping the ma. Echineo of nill In motion, ait Bete fulsr and fouler. When It bha done a1l its mechanical work it goes directly intothe vein,, sed s: them is taken to oertain organs to be pusid.. of ts death.deallag poisons. If1 Is not thu. ptrified a second coureolg through the system would paralysi and destroy every organ. If the blood.pueilnlI organse hot pa...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 19 August 1887

' I AGt IOULTUA?AL.NOThJI S ?.I, It is plesing to snioet thak hsreeacd ht.t l tention Is being given to tri: intiý `I -al Sparts of the colony. In ailm.?ilie. ldlii Swe hear of he movement that hai ase In as Ibil direction, and the winter being most. no thee ls every posslbility ofa large peresata? s Sof the ltrees growing. In several instese: the growth of limber is being enouragled by on the munoioipal bodies, and althougb Ibi expenditure ie hardly in accord with the provilsons of the Local Governmeal Adt, yet n. we Imagine lhat few ralepayers would be found who would demur against csob a laudable expendiure. L" The sueces tSht has befallsa the efforts Of of the Railway Department Inptlastieg the railway enslosurse on the Milboorse to t Geelong and Geelong to Cola lines with Ihe black sod golden wattles is hbeguning to arouse the Interest of farmers In the plauting of thbi kind of Simber. Wattll planting, from the resulti that are now to he iea on elf the railway eneloeuree, mn be...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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Gr[?] Mu[?]band T[?]ed for Forgery. (GALIGNANI'S MESSENGER.) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 19 August 1887

G~rt,. e banu Tr? e for Forgery. (oALIorANI's MrseGEasR.) The name of Oiniia Olili, the resat antesm trioe of the palmy days of Italian opera in'" London and Paris, came in iucidentally in a trial for forgery, which has just taken place before the useizes of the Ardennes. This principal accused was in fact her former bue' band. • drard de Melcy, to whom sbe wae married in 1830, and who iq spite of his.. everty.five years is still a veteran of noble. bearing. The married life of ie )telor and Grisl was not a happy one, and terlihsatd in 1846 by a jdioiea meparaion, aftser a dud '. between the husband and Lord Caatlerah.'' ' which oaused a great eseetlon inu EoDll ' socielty at the time. By theded of separr?a ration Oris wua to allow her husbande 1O,00f. afear, but tbe mosey we never paid. ie Nel , after his wife's death, in 186. . inherited considerable property from his father, including Iarge iron works in the Ardennes, but, either fIom mismanstement or extravslance, be loet his en...

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OVER-POPULATED LONDON. (NINETEENTH CENTURY) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 19 August 1887

OVERtPLOPDULATEDLONDON. (mz aruneu aarrzan) The popualtion of Great Britain is at the prests moment being added to at the rate of at least 1,000 persons a day, or, in the words of the Regiesrar General, It receives every tee yJars am aeesalo equal to the whole population of Londos." In eooneeo ties with this enorntabs growth two points deserve to be. noted. The 'dispro portion of the sexes, i. itelf sa eeroae evil, le slowly but steadlly increiasl. The distribution of the population le undergoing a saslble ohuage. The towni (exept where some speooltl oase is at work) are e ery. 'where 'growing. The rurarl popu'tion is itherr steanding still or aotually diminish beg. The metiopoli sl aee reoaives every week an addition of more than I 000 per. rone, end the orn ii, Stil)litby ome I" In the case of London and of other Iarga cities the ntatre inerement' is swelled by.the crowds who pour into them from every part of the world. Most. of these immigrants are'u enkiled workpeople, or bring ...

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PROGRESSIVE MELBOURNE. THE FEDERAL COFFEE PALACE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 19 August 1887

PR .O Kt 8O S8 1VE I TtHf FEDELRAL COFFEE PALACE. There could not be a' better proof of the unprecedented advancement 'Melbourne has made than in its immense hotels-great plantist"ltruoturas waich rival even .the famous "Grands," "Langhams," ' nd "Barlingtons" of the old; world and the vast edifices of the United States. Where there is a-- large manufacturing? and mloicg .population. and'an uininterrupted flow of traveller!froml all countries there is :necessarily 'much prosperity,: and Mel. bourne pecoliarly i4: an'instance of this Enterprise has seeoured from sojourners, for tihe metropolis of Australia, the name of the most comfortable :city in the couthern continent, and, indeed, in none of the other capitals oan the aesual'visitor find his wants neatly so well supplied. A sugges tion of philanthropists resulted in the es tablilhment of coffee palaces, Intended originally as corrective to the baheful effect of the numbers of drinking shops with whieh the .City: unfortunately abo...

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BISHOP GOE AT THE MOOROOPNA HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 19 August 1887

BISHOP GOE AT THI1 MOO- ROO PNA HOSPITAL. (Faox A ConsRRsPO DENT.) Dr. Goe, Bishop of Melbourne, so- ,cnimianied by Mrs. Go, and the venor- liled Arclitreacott MCi(ulla;h, paid a visit~to the Mooroopna Hospital, on Friday, 4th inet. His Lordship and: party were escorted to' the institution by the Rev. Mr. Mabaffy, Church of England incumbent, and W%. 8. Archer,. Esq., J.P. They were received by Mr.. W. Jones,'the House Steward, and at. once shown in No. 3 ward, whore all the patients were assembled awaiting hise Lordship's arrivalh A few of the towns- people also put in an appearance,. amongst' whom were Messrs. Patterson. and Croft, members of the Board of: Manage'ment. The Bishop and Mrs. Goo conversed a little while with eachL piatient, and then Mr. Jones informed -his Lordship that he had been deputed. liy'the' patients to present to his Lord- ship an address, of welcome, of which' tie following is a copy. An address of welcom to the Bishop and Mn Oee. elf Mslboune, .Irom the im...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 19 August 1887

.gaolq.. u"..; a e, . I{ . ,-;: cor; , ',a si, i ?. lnoe i? owa.all, ba d Opp al.. TcDula Telirph" r.. . *"S oWeekly 'Timen," 0Uoe8 .' ...r ..e ietlr to Mo bumr,. durilg toi.bo week maid lake a lpe atco w leg thbl' Paoo. and Wedeefel tblbikhmert *l It e?he moe l.toaihing 1aebuslanela V.cto le. G pe ulgesetook, he. lueatp red-e $BSmalinet Prt,ola ?.- k Isoaode ? oI l lo'Page. E l leything the Boal 0e. Dr. e. Iguelloml orTohaeoo son Clgar, Dre?, Ir?e 1 alht ."y, Chlia ab1 G1Iewa r, Taedorndg, . o Mero ey, Drapery, S ol ad 1how. , Manee.. Millaer., Oarpl.., talet sar., tiidalo e S A on b.e Plemie > Ga; rpeales. Upbodlerer. Bool?akep y roliy alheaometal W?enderln", idm ell at. ls ited. W have .emolheleea *i who will ghladi at.do e e lear the place ead Oie yeo evtr alstelIa, we eet h ?lse hLg saahry. And IkeL , Sh, myl Loeeor alo blers ODEAPI uSEhPI. oilgPI I.QU lriBl a0e0 rll O IP' -.--%-dJIIldll lard IO. IDII 10 111II"d fee i5r ennel?aioa ike ae qultele A."oar eme.ee, ceing. to Iu· ...

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THE YOUNG FOLKS. THE EVENTS OF A DAY. A SCHOOL STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 19 August 1887

THE YOUNG I,.OLS.<* THUE VENTS'OF A DAY.,," oP sRo- •L I BTOBY. ;, 3! 0. :·-LAWU 0035O U.' L One; whe had e temper, ad altogether out of sorts, dose not always car to pick k ono'e's werd'; and therefore we mast not mIt put peee rel?aoee upon what Roger Lelie, ig aumellhbo of thlrten, in the third form at 8t Aupph'b aad to blmself as he diseonoo lately walked op sad down the deserted quadrrangle; for Roger wao In n un?eniably bad temper, end his own disjointed words may.give some dea as to the oause. *'Tie a beatly shame, that' what it ill' or he exeaIlmed. ' If he weren't my mater, I'd -But he is a master; and he just did it out of apite,'that's what I think I The only sheaso this half, toot To say he thought I did t- I Why didn't he give me a sewebhig, as he would have done to any lf the rest And ech a mathas 'twill be, tool' In habrt, Roger's elassmaster, Mr. Thom. eon, had found in the boy's poseeslton a drawing net lettering to him (the maser), Sand presuming Roger to...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PRODUCE REPORTS. Thursday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 19 August 1887

`COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PrODUCE REI'ORTS. Thursday evening. -The markets remain as per last week's qnotati;dns, viz., Wheat, 3s (5i ; barley, 4s cld to as G?1 ; oats, from 2s 6 I to 28 6?1l. oesrs;aWillitamse an]d Co. report the s?riket as follows :--Whest,: Si Cd ; barley, 4s Gd to s 611. i;l : 'l'e followIngi are the consigneca ;now. Iving' at" the ".Taturo railway' station.: nmith, H. Ilyan, Sheehun,2Parkeri'Darby Bmro. Baldwin, RosHs, Stewart, Scott Bros; (tlhew Ping, Devine, Johnson and Forge, Daly Woodyatt, and Co., O'Shannesy,. Willams, J. P. O'Brien, M'Elgunn, Drum, Black, Mlorrissey, Carolan, Hunter and Dalglish, Mdoncritff, Dr. Carney, Tonktin antd<bso, Stechimi, Bzoley, A. Allan, A: .Munrh. I'arcels--Mrs. J. O'Nlel, Murray, Patterson. Haskell, Morrissey, Meneies, t'Kenzie," Allard,'Prevankis, Taite, Leyden, J Bobbins;: Clerk of Petty Sessions, Webb. 1 truck ot sheep, 1 do. pigs, a do. pro :=iAes';-4.:do..hbles, ,l4"bags flur,.608 do. chaff, 100 do. (fran. The...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 19 August 1887

40'1W, i C.n ll .1 'I + hi»ýr I ' . (Lstel. ,s )lr1 .v-»i jIjotetaiotiil ebtiifort' art;i offered . s t': j :larts-i .1.s: nt1 rb "iY "ua '`" H O l : BOARDERS"`aiid'theTRAV. '.JLN j;I IBLI .1 dI rh e l 'ah e r oe s, s aud 5ptwit es R esue 1 e 4 u ll Ir ' s at 5 ro s Lisa F51 ~cks of tise!-best .1 ' roS 1 ei BILIAfI)S I BILLIARDS 2 I 'BILLtAUD!I r , :r.+.; . r"'~i · ·: · HORSES 1and ,ltJGGIE5 alwaysOD orn IIE Etfnemlt roig A comfortable B~i~~LtN ACCM~etQ0`DA1 ON. r. ": r, ! . - .B T X R L'IN:G , tA r, C are C to::". i YAL UOTELlll ' OB~l~~P.~~iteTbV cfLIG~P it HOGAN' S., COMMERC.L i ¶IOTL yl-IOMAS'iOG-N begst to~intiniae to .tlie tý a Dri dd~n~ t Charagtans ane ri generflyithaPt' Superior Accoinmodatiorl id 1fo e Crges are lie ipeciality of this -hrst- class hotel.. ," ::,r ~1:Liquors of" the Best:D ' Jnsa-sis and r0L.Ity i ý ·· ·y~' .: ",> ILLIAIRDS' 1" B i SUPERIOR"STABL1nand, ACCOMAIIODATI N PAbn 'DOCS. ! '' :' '': Horge s'tid Buggies, as, well as Buggy rairs alwsa ye on. Hirt ...

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The Kyabram Union. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. FRIDAY, AUGUST 19, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 19 August 1887

PUBL5SIIED EVERY FIIDAY. FRIDAY. AIUGUST' 19. 1887.' Mr. Andrew Allan, J?P., was pre sented with a.testimonial, gold watch, chain, and locket, on Saturday evening, at the Albion. Hotel, Kyabram. About forty gentleman :asseombled. Mr. Langtry was voted to the chair, and in making the presentation referred to the many excellent qualities possessed by his old friend, also the energy and zeal he had displayed whenever his services were required in promoting the interests of the district. He attributed to the present prosperous condition of the town in a great measure to Mr. Allan's efforts. Mr. Patterson also read the testimonial, which set forth the high esteem and regard in which Mr. Allan, was held by his numerous friends. Mr.'Allan in re sponding, said lihe did not wish to claim all that had been placed to his credit, but referred to three items in the pro gross of the town which he had greatly assisted in obtaining, viz.-the water reservation, the post-offllice accommnoda tion, asl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 19 August 1887

OULBUliA VALLEY COACH . FACTOIRY, SMin-street,. Mnoroopn, Hoyle, Lea &: Lummis,. Proprietors. Every description of Vehicle made to order on thoepreinises at the shortest notice. Repair neitly and: quickly- executed, S and all work-guaranteed. Old Conveyances. trimmned up and painted, Or taken. in exchange. S Horses Carefully -Shod;- . IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT LAE COOPER HOTREL. It. WILLIAMS .-'i EGS'to dfitimate to- the'l reidedtl: D'' arodill " Cobo,'p and theopiblio' generally !that hbeohad:: purchased.: th'I a'bdieWell-knowni hotel froii'rMr. J'.. P.i; Nolian, and' trusts ':by"' ;trict atten- ; tioth to"' buiiriest- to merit Vthe same' amount of sopprt: that iwar awardal to: his pidecessor.' SFirdt-class accobiidation: for- all'"who " y' :call. Only Wines aind' Spirits of the-Beast S . Bafids Dtipensed.-' S'Gi?d Stliblinig .rith-attentive' Groom; M RS. WILLIAMS, Toolamba, cures, RUPTUREIS oD " every Skiid o'n ciildren or gr6wn-up 'pers6nst free of charge. Parents having chi...

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THE OPENING OF THE THROUGH LINE FROM TATURA to ECHUCA. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 19 August 1887

it THE OPENING is or t, THE THROUGH LINE FROM e TATURA to ECHUCA. e The rvent was maTde quite a gala cday 1. in the Goulburn district, a bUnk naio e public holiday being proelasiel. Long e before the train from MIelbolnirno was dlue, many of the residents of Tatura r and intermediate t.ntions were quite ago for a visit of what many affirm is r to be the city of the Goulburn Valley. 1Ohl residents of 12 years standling were as anxious to see the lprelicteil city, and c re?&e to be fon,.l wendling. their way. hours before the time nllotte I for dluty, but those who were better acquainted with the time, wisely took their time. Wihen the usual train arrived, well laden with passiengers from the greant metropolis. and intiermediate stations, tihe Tatura platform was well filled. \We noticed on the platform Mr. Moore, senior district trailic superintctn dent, who courteously said to those who hail no banquet ticket, that they would be fralnkced to Kyabram and back if only foi.a ph...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 19 August 1887

AA HEMP & MANILLA TWINE OF _'.--. c I.A.L Qu. --- "0? 1. 1.ýi s (" LATE ICTORY JULY.1887. GOLD MEDAL & TROPHYvALuE , FRANCE. LATE TCOY JUL,187 GOD EDL TOPYVLU 910, RAC Notices. ADVYANC on WOOr,. GRAIN, . &cr., STOCK, STATION PRO 1)UCE of all kilnds. New Zealand .Loan and Mercantile Agency Company (Limited.) CAPITAL ..' '... ~3,500,000 RESERVE FUND ... £27,000 Make Liberal Cash Advances on S' 'Station Se?arities, Ensuing Clips of Wool, Grain, &c. FOR SALE in MELBOUJINE, Or SHIPMENT to LONDON. A uction Sales of Wool held regularly th.anughont the season. .Auction Sales of Tallow, Hides, Sheepskins, Leather, &c., three times a week throughout the year. Auction Sales of Grain, Flour, &c. held every Wednesday. DAVID EL ERI, Manager. 1. YOUNOTIUSBAND, W',ol aItl P'roduce Manager. ilfellourne Wool and (;rnin Warehouses Collins-street West. fllE C'OT.ONIAL IIDTITAT, LIFE Al . HUIANCE SOCIETY (L.inited) MUTUAT. I.IFE ASSURANCE, ENDOW MIIENTS, A...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 19 August 1887

To Stand this Season at Gowarie Park, and Travel the Suar rounclina Districts, the Ianportecl Clydesdule Stallion, ' GAY LAD." , GAY LAD is a beautiful dark by lorse, rising seven years, stanls 16' bands 3 inches high, on remarkably short legs with cxtraordinary broad bone, plenty of hair, and excellent feet. Hlu is very symmnetrical in form, and a splendid .mover.' lie hase a ine mild docile temper, and is tree fcotG all untural impediments. All breeders of horses should endeavor to get sires'as breeding horses free from all hereditary impediments. 1Ie has proved himself.a sure foal getter,,and his colth and fillies, wherever shown, have always caento to the front. Gi;y'.LRdIwass-irgd.by J. N; Flemil?g, Esq., of ,Kqil, also his sire, Prince David,:. 643.,1Prince Dalvid when three years old was 'sold ia Ctiiipb;llto'wi .Agricul tural Society for theo hlaideonio anui of 500 guineas, wIhich stamnltelhlim a horse itt the foremost position., Grand sire, Prince of Wales, 683. Hies fame i...

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JACK. (ON[?].) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 19 August 1887

JACK. (eoxemana) W1 t Jack ate pad off the I 'etly, at Z aniah rlt SlpdCo.'s wharfat nairhrhbor. aftlsetbat voyage, clean, pale. good.natuired, end sober. thiuainag that he would get shaved before he hurried home to Teen, and wishing he could pay the grocer's bill upon the way, and thlnkinr that in default of this, he would start an account at the .market. and aay her a chop or a sausage, in fact think. lug about her with an absorption which re. eambled consideration, if not affection- suddenly be caught her name upon the wbhrves It may have been said of accident, or of the devil-God knew ; they may have been too drurk to notice Jack at the first, or they may have seen and scented from afar the had blood they stirred, like the hounde they were. It will never be told. The ecnandal of these places is incredibly bbarbrous ; hat it. IS tees than.the barbarity of drinking men to a man who strikes out from among them. selves, and fights for his respectability. The words were few-they are ...

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