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SCIENCE. Fireproofing Solution. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 17 August 1894
SCIE.NCE. Flreproofingit, Solittliotsn. For rendering fabrico, wood, -and other in flammable objects li-eproof, a writer in La. :Nature recommends borotungastto of eudal, a salt whichhe states has never Iltlherln been employed for the purpose. It is made by di?. solving boric aoid in a hot solution of tutoS. state of soda. Objects impreglnated with this solutution are rendered incombustible. The solution gives off no deleterioue gae, while ammonical salts, phoephato of ammotis anud salta of phosphorus render the air irroepir able. Borotungsste of soda in solution is also said to possess valuable atiesptjec propertier, and has been used with the greatest success in diptheria, for dressing wounds, and as a wash in eases where an antiseptic is needed. The solution has no odor, but its teste ii* bitter.
Dairy Hints. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 17 August 1894
Dairy Jtlets. The testimony accumulates that it ia bet tor to feed miloh cows but twice per day, as it i alloeged that well-fed cows can put in their time resting and remasticating their food more profitably than to spend it in any other way. The man who thinks a cow onght to be cantering all over a half-bare pasture to get a livelihood doubtless does not believe the above. If a man owns high.prioed, valuable lands, that will grow corn, he need not worry him-n self much whether his farm is naturally adapted to grazing, or growing graes, or not. The land that will grow corn wellt will alo grow elover, rye, barley and oats ; and with them the ormner is in a condition to make milk, eheese and butter choalpcr per pound than esa be done ons the pastures. Two 800 pound cows can be fed all the forage needed for a whole year, and it will grow on an acre, if highly fertiliezd and planted with corn. \Vhre are thile pulurea, permnent " or otherwise, that ever did or ever will do thatt It is a ...
GOOD LAND FOR APPLE ORCHARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 17 August 1894
0OlD IAND. FpOn A ['PI. OlRCHARDS. Fouit trIes cannot thrivr, .on ll kilnd of exhaunted coil. The trieo will msake a growtIh of leave nand wood on lpoor land, but they r,'qize mineral umanure to perfect the fruit. Ibnd that lhas b1cur too rough lor plollughing may yet have spacsL between the rocks where fruit trleL will thrive, and is brtter than land that Iao beeo exhausted by long cropplling. tVJ:rllN IN CrOhN IIGUNCR. Mice Ilr.e it sorilons work r.mnong corn in the oer in eribe. They work laround freely r.nrlong th11 ears where orIsn ce0n1 1 follow theml. I:ots kill ofl thle mine, but are them. volves worse than the vermine they destroy. '1The beet securiLy against vermirn in corn lhoueso is to set the builtling on pootd oapped with a tin pan, eo tlIht mine cennot get arounld it. Then if nolt tbroug in they ulanno I lst an entrance. ThIe 0lorn houns' hobuld be cleared of all rubbi?b, caob and tbe like at leas0 once a year. 000rI'1N1 IlI/liltI CAI'VE0. Unlles tilT broedmg of hlis....
MERRIGUM MECHANICS' HALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 17 August 1894
MERRICUM MECHANICS' HALL. The annual meeting of members of the above institute was held on Monday evening last, Mr W. Bray being in the chair and about thirty subscribers pre sent. The balance sheet and report which was read and adopted showed the overdraft to be £147, being £6 less than the amount last year. The audi tor's report complimented the secretary on the books. The election of officers which followed resulted in Mr XV. Bray filling the position of president, Mr .l M'Cooke vice-president and treasurer, and Mr J. S. Smith secretary. A strong committee was also secured. After a short discussion it was decided to call for tenders for enlarging the hall. This will entail an outlay of about £250, and amongst the contributions promised 'are the following :-Messrs W. Bray, T. Bray, J. S. Smith, E. Colbert, W. Craven, W. S. Pearce, D. M'Leod, and Miss Carmody, £5 5s. each. Messrs Lalfy and Le Page, £1 each. The revised rules were read and adopted.
HELP FOR THE FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 17 August 1894
HELP FOR THE FARMERS. In view of the exceptionally low prices ruling for wheat and other farm produce, Messrs T. Langdon, A. Anderson, J. W. Taverner, W. Madden, W. F. Tatchell, C. CarLy Salmnon, T. Murphy, W. Anderson and other members of parliament resolved to take action in the matter. To ascertain the nature anld ex tent of the competition agriculturists here will have to contend withl from the United States, Canada, Argentina and elsewhere, atnd the possibility of effecting improvements in our system of farming, Mr J. Nt. Sinclair of Iloort, an expert, has been sent to the above countries. This mission will cost £500, of which the government gives half, and the various agricultural societies are being asked by tile members named to con tribute about £5 each to make up the balance. MAIr Sinclair's prograulme is as follows : " To note and report on all details of the economics of production and grain growing in the United States, Canada, and Argentina. This embraces every thing i...
THE ENGLISH WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 17 August 1894
THE ENGLISH WOOL SALES. -4-- M*essrs. Dalgety and Co. Limited advise that the fourth series, of wool sales for this year opened on the 3rd ult., at London. The available quanti ties are variously put at from 292,000 to 295,000 Australasian and Cape, and about 4,000 Falkland Island and Punta Arenas wools ; taking the higher figures it is estimated there are about the fol lowing bales :-New South Wales and Queensland, 78,000 ; Victorian, 56,000; South Australian, 18,500 ; Tasmanian, a0,500; Western Australian, 6,500 ; New Zealand, 103,000 ; Cape, 23,500; in all 293,000 bales. There was a good at tendance from all quarters at' the open ing, and biddings were fairly spirited' at an average advance on last series' rates of about 5 per cent. for merinos and for the finer description of crossbreds. whilst the coarser crossbreds only participated to a slight extent in the rise. The fol lowing sittings have fully confirmed the initial advance for those qualities which have been brought forwa...
RODNEY IRRIGATION TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 17 August 1894
RODNEY IRRIGATION TRUST. A special committee meeting of the Rodney Irrigation and Water Supply Trust was held on Friday afternoon at the office, Tatura. There were pi esent Coins. Wilson (in the chair), Lancaster, Cussen, and Bray, with the secretary and Mr. Argyle, solicitor to the Trust. The reconmmendations of Mr. Argyle in regard to certain arrears in the pay ments of the 1892 rate were taken into consideration. It was ultimately decided a report should be drawn up and pre sented to the next meeting of the Trust. The very large list of defaulters for the 1893: rate were next. examined, each name being carefully taken on its iherits. After the fullest consideration the solici tor was instructed to send a final notice to each ratepayer in arrears demanding immediate payment. If a satisfactory reply be not forthcoming to this, the solicitor will be empowered to take police court proceedings for the recovery of monies owing. 'The claim of Mr. A. Glass of Lan caster, for alleged dama...
TATURA URBAN TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 17 August 1894
TATURA URBAN TRUST. -_' The' usual. niointhly?nmeeting of tlie above Trust was hield on Monday ve?n ing, there being present Coms. Williams (in the chair), Wilson, and Hunter. A letter was read from Constable Dainty sliting he had been instructed by the department to ask for a reduc tion in the charge for water to the police station from £10 to £5 per annum. After some discussion it was decided to make a reduction to £7 next year. In reference to a letter from the Water Supply department, the chairman was deputed to again interview the Minister of Water Supply. The de partment pointed out it could not legally allow the Trust to defer any longer the malking of provision for the sinking fund on its £2,000 loan, but would agree to allow sinking fund on supple mentary loan of £250 to be deferred for five years. A letter was received front Mir. C. A. Argyle stating the transfer of land from IHanlon to the Trust had been regis tered, and requesting to know what rates, if any, were due on ...
POST-OFFICE INTELLIGENCE. MAILS CLOSE AT P.O., TATURA :— [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 17 August 1894
POST-OFFICE INTELLICENCE. ---o-- MArS CLOSIE AT P.O., TATURA : For Melbourne, at .1.50 p.m. and 10.30 p.lm. For Travelling Post Oillc-1t.50 p.m. and For Toolulmba-1I.50 p.m. For Murchison-10.3 pn.m. For Echuea-l 1.15 11.m. Lulld 8I pi.n. For Kyabiratun-I 1.15 ia.m. and 8 p.m. Mlerrigia-- 1.15 a.mn. Ilaldwinsville-11.15 n.m. For Hllrston, Conmi, IHarrison's, G(irgarre -11.15 a.ni., Monday, Wedntesday, Friday. For (illieston, Toolamba Wes.ot-12.20 p.m., 'Monday, We.'dntiesi y, Friday. For North-west lMooroopna (loio bag) 12.20 p.m., Monday, Wednesday, Friday. Parcels Pont and Registered Mail close a quarter of an hour before ordlinary ails.
BENDIGO PIG MARKET. Thursday, August 9. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 17 August 1894
,I DIUGOC PIG IIMARIKE'T. Thurslay, August 9. lElcSsIts L, SAoItCtERtSON, STIRNitienlG A hI Co., zTD. repcort:-Our Cotsigntmcnts S took in a witoe rlange of country, and corn l plete cltarnllccs effected. Quotations S clediun wcight baconers, 31s to 38Rs ; hcavy weights. 45s to 52s; Porkers, 22s to28s; good stores selling from 15s to 201; slips, 10o to I.s ?i, yung pigs: , 5so to 9s. Carcase Pork. There wo a fair average supply for'wan, tl IeC greater lorlinn being nicely dressedl and clean handy weights, which sohl freely at 21 d and hd. We note with Itleau?re, tihat vetllndtors I laying :atftenlltion to our o ften L'x i pre.sol advice to send in careas.i properly tressl. We\\' had onile eOnsigllellnllt i)t real golt ear?.c ventl, which silt fairly well, but (to Inot rconellllllnld v;atersl to be iont ill Ist Sdent meat, e?pli?iillce in in favor of tlgiler a value for live calvte. Milk calves.--'l'Te yarlding was very large, chliefly i rfcirlor to mnedium. The whole were eagerly ta...
CASUAL JOTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 17 August 1894
CASUAL JOTTINGS. [By FLYAwaY.] To the uninitiated it seems " consider able of a pity," as the Yankees say, that the prize conummittee of the Agricelt:ral Society shouldl have decided to eliminate the high jumping contest it the forth coming Spring Show. At first blush, no doubt, high jumping seems to have very remote connection with agricultur:.e, bt there are other issues to be considered. Agricultural Shows are made st.'cessfIl principally by two elements-the charnc ter nminelr and variety of exhibits, and size of the attendance. Gate money is a nimst important consideration, and, be tlhe exhibits as good as they may (and in this district there is no doubt of the excellent quality of these) still there is neeled the attendance, not only of the techlnially interested, but also of the outside public to secure the very objects aimed at by the promoters of such ex hibitions. At d there can be no doubt that the value of an offer of good prize money for high-jumping, which means the att...
ROUND THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 17 August 1894
ROUND THE WORLD. --- t-+- The splendid stercopticon entertain ment begun by professor F. W. Muller in the Tatura Mechanics' Hall on Wed nesday the 8th inst., was contiuced nightly, and brought to a conclusion rlast Tuesday evening. The six exhibi tions proved an intellectual treat not to be surpassed in any city of the world, but the attendances were not at all conm imonsurate with their merits. The first and second night's entertainment have already been noticed in these columns. On the third evening the exhibitor followed the wanderings of the Israelites I in the wilderness on to Jerusalem, where views of the holy city in the timen of its I grandeur were shown. The events pre ceding the Crucifixion wore splendidly depicted, and the whole sublime subject treated in the most masterly manner. Leaving the birthplace of Christianity, Mr Muller took his audience to India, - nd eaitward to Hong Kong. Beautiful t illustrations of Indian and Chinese I scenery, buildings and people were giv...
IN MEMORIAM, THOMAS CORRIGAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 17 August 1894
IN M1EMORIAM, THOMAS CORRIGAN, whose "straight" riding, manhood, and kind liness of character have made his memory grccn the whole country through. Tread softly, softly, and bare the head I Shield the room from the su nbcams' play I For theAngel of Death hia. his wings outspread O'er the couch where tie sufferer lay. rht by the silk jacket, and bring the pall; The brave heart is cold and chill ; Tire stirrups hang idle against the wall, And the bridle and spurs lie still. " nly a jockey I" someone sayss; Yet it ncemrs but an hour ago Tat the welkin rang with the shouts of praise As he swept through the dazzling row. A,nd the voices thart greeted the victor then, As " tihe colours" doashed in ahead, Ir eloquent silence repeat again Their tribute of love to the dead. mnly a jockey I" True, but look I As the cortkge passes by, ow is it every voice is hushed, And never a lid is dry? i hy do the mourners stand and weep? Why do the tear-drops flow? "Only a jockey " is laid to sleep, Where...
TATURA CHORAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 17 August 1894
TATURA CHORAL SOCIETY. On Wednesday evening last the Tatura Choral Society gave its second grand concert in the Mechacl ics' Hall, when a imoderately large attendance was present, especially in the front part of the hall (due perhaps to the fact that -nccording to the programtme-these seats were charged at the moderate sum of one shilling, while the unfortunates who occupied the back benches were mulcted in double this amount. Before the performance commenced the presi- * dent, Mr Maxwell, came forward, and in w felicitous language apologised. for the absence of Mr M'Cahuan, and requested o the indulgence of the audlience on behalf of several singers who, owing to the tun- a kindliness of the elements, had developed affections of the throat. Meyerbeer's s "\VWar Song " formed the initiatory itemn of the evening, and though some of I the parts were somewhat lacking, owing r no doubt to the above mentioned cause, there was a precision about itt tat ple sed a the ear. Mr. Moran tmade h...
GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 17 August 1894
GENERAL NEWS. -4-- Through pressure of advertisements on our space a quantity of reading matter is unavoidably crowded out of this issue, but will appealr in next publica tion. Mr J. R. Dobson's business announce ment appears.in our advertising columns. The Railway Department advertise cheap excursion trains to and from Mel bourne, on the 24th and 25th inst. On the latter date, special trains will run from Echaca to Melbourne, picking up passengers at all stations from Echtca to Tabilk. Tickets are available for a imonth, andt the fares are very low. For Sfill particulars see the advertisement. IMr M'Gregor, of the Commercial Ifotel, Mooroopna, announces in our ad vertising columns that he has most comfortable rooms for travellers, and Snione but the best of liquors are kept. The Shire of Rodney advertise ten tiders for several contracts elsewhere. A tea meeting in connection with anniversary services of the Fiee Methto tlist Church, Toolaniba, will be held on \Wednesday, the 5th of...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 17 August 1894
CRICKETERS' ARMS HOTEL, Mooroopna. R. M. BARRETT wishes the public to test the. quality' of the Liquors lie supplies t 'the above hotel. AMPLE ACCOMMODATION. CRICKETERS' ARMS HOTEL, MOOROOPNA. F. M'Gregor's COMMERCIAL HOTEL Mooroopna. BEST,ý LE$S WINES, ;& SPIRITS. GOOD ACCOMMODATION. QUOIT TOURNAMENTS ARRANCED. RAILTON & COS' 4 FINE SEEDS. Mr ESTAIILISIIED 26 YEARS. Forwarded free by post. g Assorted Flower Seeds included Gratis with all Postal Orders over as. Beet per oz. 0 i Lettuce per. oz. O i Carrot ,, 0 .. Onion 0 9 Cabbage ,, 0 9 Parsip ,, i Caulilowver,,. 2 hbar 0 Cress ,, 0 Radisl ,, 0 4 Celery ,, 0 Turnip ,, 0 Cucumber, Melon, Tomato and Pumkin, 6id. per packet. HEDGES-AFRICAN BOX THORN. Best IHedge ever iintroducced, Is. per oz. *4 FLOWER SEEDS, 3 12 Packets for Is. SEED POTA TOES ! SEED POTATOES! BEST VARIETIES, In small or large quantities at Lowest Rates. Early Rose, Early Vermonts, etc., etc. New Early Amber Sugar .Cane and All Forage Plant Seeds AT L...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 17 August 1894
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 17 August 1894
TERRIBLE COLLAPSE OF THIE LARGE STOREKEEPING BUSINESS OF JOHN ROHEAD, YARRAWONGA. Owing to the depressed state of trade, this well known business has been com pelled to assign. HELYAR AND LANDER, Always on the alert for bargains, have secured it at their own price. S:'Which is thoroighly representative, has been removed, and will be SUBMITTED FOR SALE AT THE BEEHIVE STORES, TATURA' COMMENCING TUESDAY, 14"11 AUGUST, The Premises occupied by ifelyar and Lander, at Tatura, having ieen. sold to Mr. Brady, and as lie requires possession very soon, it has been decided to throw in the balance of the two previous stocks, James Douglas, Euroa, and F. F. IIalkyard, Tatura, with Jolhn Roheads, Yarrawonga, and CLEAR OUT THE LOT \VITIIIN TIIE NEXT THREE WVEEKS. In order to effect a complete clearance the PRICES WILL BE SIMPLY ASTOUNDING. MARK THIS ! Men's Tweed Trousers, Is lid Men's. Women's, and Children's Boots Men's all wool Geelong Tweed Suits, 21s and Shoes, I1 -d a foot White Calico, Is l...