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ALSACE-LORRAINE. (AN OLD GERMAN RESIDENT, IN THE "NATIONAL REVIEW.") [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 26 August 1887

ALSABOE-LORRAINE. (AN oLD GERMAN BREIDENT, IN NEI 'rNATIONAL nayvIU.") The most important question regards the general position, constituted as well -as national, of Alaace*Lorriane. It is evident that it cannot for ever remain in the present transitory state of a Reibchland, a dependency of the empire, practically governed by Berlin decrees; the inhabitants have a right to demand that they shall enjoy the same rights as Saxons, Badeners, or Bavarians, and that their Stare shall be represented in the Federal Council as is Hasse and Wurtemberg. But in order to obtain such independence they must have a real sovereign, residing at Straseburg; and with that question we are touching the national difliculty. Now, if that difficulty is to be overcome, the French mast understand that under no condition whatever will Germany give up Mlcace. We have taken it for several mosat imperative reasons of our military security, and we are resolved to keep it as any risk, justas England is resolved to...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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THE LADIES' COLUMN. SPRING DISPLAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 26 August 1887

THE LADIES' ..COLUMN* SPRING-DISPLAYS. Br' VuIA. I 8pring days have come upon us all at a onus, and winter garments already feel heavy. A glorloues aping day saw the openlg of the first fahion show of the season at the attractive establishment of Mesrs. Robertson and Moffat. The show. t rooms were made gay with lace certains, a and hanging baskets of beautiful artl sletsal flowers, whioh come nearer to nature every year, were everywhere to be seen. The establishment was l thronged from an early hour on Tuesday I norning with women, who have come to regard this spring and summer display of goods as something that is much too I delightful tobe missed. Mr. Bittenden had a number of elegant gowns on view in the I costume-room. Prominent among them were white embroidered muslin.. These, I understand, are to be worn even more, if that were possible, this summer than last. The English papers say that white gowns and white bonnets were worn to distraction all through the recent Jubilee fest...

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PUGNACITY AND ANGER. (POPULAR [?]ENUE MONTHLY, V.S.) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 26 August 1887

PUGNAOITYL AND ALNGER. (ro?oLAR Znraoz UONrLnT, u.s.) In many respects man is the most ruth Iswly ferocious of beasts. As with all gregarloous animals, "two soul.," as Faust seys, 'dwell within his breast," the one of soelability and helpfiuoess, the other of jealoiuy and antagonism to his mates. ough In a general way he cannot live without them, yet, as regards certain indi viduals, it often falls out that he cannot live with thma either. Constrained to be a member of a tribe, he still has a right to deoide, as far as in him lies, of which other members the tribe shall consist. Killing of a few obnodlons ones may often better tbs ohances of those that remain. And killing off a neighbouring tribe from whom so good thing comes, but only competirion, may materially better the lot of the whole tribe. Hence the gory cradle, the "bellum omnaim contra .omnes," in whloh our raoe was reared; hence the fiokleness of human tie, the ease with whlch the foe of yesterday becomes the ally of io-d...

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THE BONFIRES. (JUBILEE.) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 26 August 1887

THE BONFIRES. (mJalo's.) It the dead of old line 'that lie buried within silent campe, b Druid cirolem, or on the topmost ridge of many a lonely, wind. swept hill in England and in Wales could on Tuoday night have crept from out the barrows where they sleep, she sight that would have met their eyes had not seemed strange. The chieftain of a forgotten ta, the victor or the vanquished in a battle o? which no record now remains, whose barrow lis in the very entrance of the reat camp at Doleberry, had be stolen from hie grave and looked out upon the summer night, would have beheld no unfamiliar spectacle. The summits of Mendip would have been faring behind him. In front and on either hand, the promontories that run into the Severn Sea would have been crowned with fire; but such a sight would have been without wonder forone who every year at the same season had seen the bonfires lighted. and hills and hillsides ablaze. Agalin, if t Stonehenge the -tenants of the 300 mounds which lie scot...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 26 August 1887

-Having on sevesl eouloen used your CordIl Balm a Llquorloe, eoaalddr it my duty to give my tmtlmony to iL wonderful eteoiso for oouehe end coids. With the Bahem at Uquorle ln she ioase non of us Ier theo aoect ol a oold or oough.- fo croup to ohtldret I neter know it fai." J. 0. 0Lme, Bouth Brighton. ,DUNSTOINr CORDIAL IBALI OF tLIQOUO i?i. I. Sd, and 110 I. pr ttle. Of all oeitslete.-I&BT?,3 , ., .

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THE YOUNG FOLKS. GRANDPA'S SHOT-GUN. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 26 August 1887

THE YOUNG FOLKS. GRA NPA'sSHOT.GUN. Er Cr.AnmU War. : I wee boy of em and ws visiting at my ipandmothest's farmhouas Central Indlana, "he wee a woman about sizt an:o o o ut spy? end ? airt, " ad ?ad Css 1=w' for about two years. A daughter and her husband bad come to eespy the house and work the farm, but at this time the daughter had gone to visit a iseter about twenty miles away, while the -eenio-law was in Indianapolis ea bousbes. There was then at home only grandmother, the hired man, and myself, and on this moasing the man was oC in the fields, and wetwowere alone at the house. - I was swinging under the pear tree in the back yard when the poultry made a great foss, and I looked around to Bod a hawk par?sed on a stub not far cf It was evident that he was after one of the ihickens for breakfast. and I ran io and told grandma. e A bawk, h i' she. replied, as she laid alde a mihkpan she was souring. * Well, we must go oat and beat on the old tin paill, and shoat and sears him off....

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Waiting for the Mail. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 26 August 1887

Watintg for the mal. Witlh anxlouS foatures, wrn and pale. tHe watts th coming of the mall: Rach day he nmhq. with hope end fear. * My itter Is my letter here ' YF.uh deay hiba hranr in ellaoeno dumb; Not yts old m.n, it ba not come. The hsrml~Su madman, old aod grey, No one would jeerr dtlve away. SAh mo.e ho *nye, 'long years have peeed, But It wilt come. 'twill loaio at lait.' And no he waits in pit. none umb, The letter tha will never come. 'Ihrouuh misty vt~ion of hie teSen, Hn sens the loog f ,r iunoOrd ye?ra, The pnat ome. up before him there Woen he was 0tron0 and seo ws fair. oceo more he feels in ery truth, Toe lcaplg puiea of. his youth; Aetrung atrnoga e Jy he fll eagaln ThO old wild lfever In hie brain : Au ensny word, nouateln tone. And he has gono oand h+'e alues. Bion then he waito in .cleete dumb, Tho letter that will never come. Alas I his pnor old wit. are fled. H. 'nnt konow that sh e Idea ; And so he ask it, o'er end o'er, Thn same old quetion as before. i. wake...

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THE BRANCHTOWN BALL. (CHAMBERS'S JOURNAL) IN THREE CHAPTERS.—CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 26 August 1887

THE BRANCHTOWN BALL. (acnxnsn'e ToonWRar.) :I TarxE CIIer-TIs.-CIHAPTzR I. 'Boolety is so awfully mixed now that it's really quite dreadful I' grumbled, Mrs. Armitage-Maxwell, with the righteousne wrath of a lady who was herself a solon of a county family and the widow of a colonel in the hussars. * You never know what horrid oreatures you may meet I' She bhad dined the preceding night at a house the owners of which she knew but slightly, and had there met and been very oivil to a strange couple, under the impression that they were related to a Cabinet Mtnister of the some name. This morning she had the mortification of learning that she had been mistaken, and that they were only e''omething in the City.' The colonel'e widow was suffocated with vexation that ahe had gone out of her way to be civil to 'people in the City.' The army and the navy, the ohurch and the be-, formed her social sphese, whish fcund abeclutely no room for commerce of any sort. She had been oross ever since. It...

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THE GOLDEN HOPE. A ROMANCE OF THE DEEP. I' dreamt a dream that was not all a dream.' CHAPTER XII.—THE GOLDEN HOPE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 26 August 1887

THE GOLDEN HOP. E P A ROMANCE OF THE DEP. I dreamt a dream t was not all a dream.' BY W. CLACK RUSSELL Cnarrax XIL--Tn GoLDZx HoPs. The next morning William Stone returned to London; bearing with him a letter to Wrotham and Co.; and of the seaman's visit nobody in Wylose eard a word, Mrs. Gold smith having supposed that he was a sur. vivor from the shlp in which Miss Fox hsd sailed, and that therefore his calliug upon Mr. Forteescue was a matter too solemn to be passed roun. to the gossips. The young clergyman was glad to find that Mtr. Clayton had not hetrd of Stone'as visit. His dream had long since resumed the form of a powerful and irresietible obligation;' int it seemed to have gathered ' i y from his eonversation with the old sailor, and he srTronk from the faintest possibility of even the kindliest and most generous and unselfish expostulation as a thing that would irritate and distress him without stirring his purpose by a hair's breadth. A couple of dase after Stone had ret...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 26 August 1887

34 ble sa4 Pol.euea ml?hr1roon ? aem Tesdateels. It is extremely difficult to dIstinguish between tbeedible and poisonous fungl. The effects of partaking of the latter are often remarkable, and sometimes fatal. One of the symptoms of pOooionl Ifn, that to the oyes of the patient ever, object becomee immensely larger than it reaslly Ire. A draw ling upon the road, for instance, beomea so formidable an obstruotlon that a person under the influence of a mushroom would take a running jump to clear it. It le a good thing done when you can impress upon thb partent's mind that DaLst' pumps are abso lutely the bet, aod that If he wiltl ond ther' particulars of wbhat he rtoqures, h.ey will gladly quote him a price. I be can mautor the fact that John Danlu and Sone, 42BourkL sLreet west, Is the cheapest place in town for Isallers anod bathe, his recovery may be said to be complete.-(AIDM.) ' UC 0 N 8 U , ? i O 1 i"N, And .ll DISEASES of the OHEIT, Suoccoelolly treated By PROFESlOR RADOMD, 163...

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Al[?]m in France. (LANCET.) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 26 August 1887

Alcoeheltm In ran m . The phylloxera is undoubtedly in a great measure responsible for the inorease of drunkenness in France. Given cheap and fare wine, there would probably be but Itte alcoholism. Drcunkenness i' almost unkeown in wlne-growing countries; and intemperance in Franc. prevails princlpally in the northern departments, where the vine cannot grow. What is more particularly wanted is the stringent application of laws against the sale of bad alooholics and adulterated wine, oombined with faoilities of transit, so that purer wine may be brought within reach of the poorer classes. When once the palate is s onas tomed to natural and wholesome wines, the Intoxicatsn that do so much barm will be considered too coarse to be drunk with any sort of pleasure. A Spanish peasant from the vineyards of Andalusia, oculstomed to the unsophisticated Manzanilna or the Montilal of his native country, would find the echiedam drunk in Northern Europe inexpreslibly nasty. It is dificutll to pre...

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LIKE AND UNLIKE. CHAPTER XV.—MADGE WILDFIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 26 August 1887

LIKE AAND;UNLIKE. Br M. E. B ainaoo, Luthor et LddyAudley's eoart,. Et/. 'OCAPl'%XV.-MAo5 WiLDrFal. The,"'mther. neithe repulsed nor on counaged that embrace, She let the girl's arms raot upon her neok for a few minutes, while she stood with louded brow, deep in 'thought. ' What do you want?' she asked abruptly, after apause that seemed long. ' Nothbag, la this house.': ' Why have you oome here ?' 'For two reason.; first,I wanted you, and neat, I thought yon wanted me.' ' You thought I'wanted you,' cried Mrs. Mandeville, with - a sornful laugh, that -cynieal laugh which had of late years been her onlylaughter. ' Don's you think if I had wanted you I should have gone to fetch you. I knew where you were to be found.' 'You might want a daughter's love without knowing your need of her,' answered the girl firmly, unabashed by the disorderly splenadour of the room, or by her mother's enooking laughter. She stood before the sinner as calmly as if abe had been her guardian angel, sent to he...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 26 August 1887

'.haNe.lotet Childrea's Act. Mr. Alfred Deakin bha thrown the weight of his enthulsiastic eloquence into the oarrying of. this, as well a. that relati?g to Juvenile offenders, into law; and it is wonderful that aoma, at least, of the provilio nnow introduced have not reached the Statute-book long ago. "The child I. father to the man." and if he is allowed to become a criminal or an invalid hby eglect, what a sorry oase ia hie, and that of the community which owns. him U-r tion naturally reverte to thoea childrra who, though horn of ehe bhet of paroents, and posseasing gifts of the firet order, are allowed to rnotract disorderawhich so often tronve fist. Wheat a number of ouch liven might have been spaied by the m ne, in the noursery. cloer sand mink, of that iovaluable air-poriflor-Fuatet'e Deodorieer and Dein. fectant, which is now sold everywhere, nd I. never diepensed with when once tried. Per. alased by the beg it is exceedingly cheap. [ADVT J A perploleng dmiffimeulty overcome....

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Another Sag[?]ions Dog (PHILADELPHIA LEDGER.) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 26 August 1887

Another .agaclo.e Dog (PHILADELnra A LEDGER.) A physician residing in New-Eope,N.J., has a favourite dog, which usually meets his master at the railroad on his return from an excursion. On a recent occasion the doctor did not find hle faithful canine friend at the station. On reaching his house the doctor found the doe awaiting him on the porch, with another dol in his company. As the doctor paMsed into the hoate hi. own dog re. mained outside, as well-bred dogs are tought to do. But the strange dog pushed in and overwhelmed the doctor with troublesome caroesses. When be took a chair the dog climbed with his breast upnon the doctor's knees,aud pntons paw affectionately noon his shoulder. This very demonstratire behaviour led to an investigatlon, andoponexamling the other paw, a pin was found sticking in the fleshb. It was of course extracted. It conld not he maid in this case that the doctor's fee was " no great shakes," for the vibrations of the tall of the patient, " discharged ou...

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TATURA MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 26 August 1887

TATURA M]IES. [By JINGO.] Having heard muob in favor of the Goulburn Valley district, the other day I had a long and animated discussion with my lovely Eva respecting a trip, and it was only after a solemn promise that I would not indulge in Royal Blenrd that she acceded to my request to leave the metrop. and visit Tatura. I don't think it would be fair to the other hotelkeepers if I particularised the gciod things I ran against 'at the boiface's where I -.dropped anchor 'at; suflicient to say, however, they all have had a turn, and the physic' dispensed did not require a pick-me-up in the morning. At-the time of my incoming the sub jacts under controversy were the election of councillors and tie opening of the through line from Tatura to Echuca. With respect to the councillors, it is thought that the old members, re-elected, will work the shire duties satisfactorily for the ratepayers, although 's niunber of "the free and enlightened " were of opinion that the infusion of young blo...

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THE BACHELORS' BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 26 August 1887

TIUE BACWHULOS'l BAl tE." My maiden sister,-aged 90;.induced me to' stand sponsor for' a piece' of pasteboard' for" the" above' ball;, and' -1 must say. that' ats ty age;.84; I enjoyed' myself muchi Mary has been mixidt up iu satiil;pbrche' silki.nsthelin.,bootiote; false teeth, etc:, for the list monthl; asid I am pleased that' it' is over. aind' that' we will enjoy tranquil' reposeo for thd remainder of our'lives: -When ushered' into'the'rnomni " I whs" surprised to find so many, babhelors in' the town and distriot.. B3iig:iiuy' first' and only attempt at balls ahd 'patties.' I felt extremely shy, but toivarldsmoriuing:' I commenced to feel a little morv'com" posed' aad waltzed and hopped' rouhd like " Jumbo'" himself. One thing that surprised m:niei~t was the absurd questions asked of me there. " Whiat do you think-of Miss McGuffin?" " She's a pretty, dancer I"': " Who do you consider belle ?"':.", Well, I am not in a position to-give a decided opinion, yet I believe tlieli:oung ...

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TATURA HORSE PARADE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 26 August 1887

TATURA iORSIO PARADE. The annual horse *psrade held tinder the tiusipices of the North-Eastreni and Godllburn Valley Agridultural anid Pastoral Society wai held it Tatura on Friday Inst. Tlie a'ttendaice of the generaltpublic was nolqq ite so large as that. iif ireviis yearl, arid thd nuilber of stalliois exhibited ilsii fell slhirt-of last-year's exhibition, bdt taking the average of the iaiiinls showedi A imarced::iielp~t-veisetit »all tliitugh. di iiiAli'.lttchk ilr. 'DItarid .'Archilald': exhibits-lerd Laddiei add Bar None, imported-were-well goit-d?p;-ani -the first is a small compact dlyiddlale show ing every sign of excellient bredding, and thle-lttrtc~- - fine. uptanding.. tinpactly built stallidn. Mr. Arltiliald's hirses should satisfy the requireiments of the most fastdiouu of . draught ,st·ck brilederas SMr A. Stewart's Boison Tom anid Gay Lad are so well knfuwn to the publid, cdminoent upont tlhetn lis' now lliioit danecessary i sulTfii that b'th the liorsed are .in .fin...

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Correspondence. TO THE EDITOR OF THE KYABR[?]M UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 26 August 1887

TO aTE EtitPTO OFTi KitYt<K'Afll UNION. , SI,-I notice that' your' correepon dent dr' lit'' wiek, "A' Rhtoepayer," requests your putinisieon'to 'allb v1hiri'to give pubicityto a ofet..thoulghts which have occdirred to hint' aiihto' the shiire hall' site, anid proceeds'to play the part of the pot calling :therketttle.blackeye. Itv is very easy to' githi " frorih' his' remarks' that the source from'which his few'thl?oguts eninausted.d i that'lf self ,initrest. It" is qu'ite evideit' that "'Ratepayer" is'one of.thiise iiidividuisle whd,. having become 'posseesed' of some little: propotty,?imigines that hisefellow citizens should'' foreg6 whiatDter' -self interest'they may' have on aity public question for'hiA especial benefit. This, I; say ise'veey' appareuit from' the' tone 0of his letttr.: So' fait: a' that in con cc6tfredI Ibelievob that the' eniural public 'o'Tattira' ?t 'quito' wlling' to acknrow led'e-tliat' ad man' is' IMdly' done by if, !when 'l?S'civriepatron9" havi...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PRODUCE REPORTS. Thursday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 26 August 1887

plRODU 10 I Or:oTS. ' urlrav sdnveeing. in.ledTh. Tthd;n'.nre for wltrnt is 3s ld prltushel biereEls1 1 t s'lll and Co. report the tsnrkrt i f?lra :.-WlIeat, Bas ld ; barley, Tie followinge are the cnnslgnees now hioi it the Tattlra ralw.tiy station: l,.ir,.?. Fnzi.Lrd, Williams, Sneytl; House, TLansale. !orrisaey, La Chhnne, Halkyard, boveop, ?rayt t, Scott Bros. J. Brady. II. Druan. rarcels-S-prnatg Darby, Robhins, l nrphyr-Wahb.- HHenl.: Aiderson. Mor ri?aey, O'Neill, Murney, D.Mnlmzies, Chrystal Hower. The Nntionil Mortgage and Agency Comr pa r,. (lmld.;) report havioa-sold, privately. duri?rg wcok ending 20th Aung1st; 1887. 2171 borav of produce, viz. :-Wleat, as 94 to t, l0t ; finer,£8 7s Ad to £9 ;onts, cape, 2s 6d lo 2. 7d ; white, 2 T71 . to 2 11ld ; barley, feed, Bs2d to Bs 4d :tmaltlng, 4s 61d to Gs ; p?sa, 's 4d to'se 6d; bran, 94 to 10.1 pallq ; 9d4 to lod; ryegrass. BR 9?i to 45 31 : ~ckafoot, 4dto lid ; bops.1886,tl to ;jL,"i 1887, 94 to.lld ;.maize, 8 8d to as 10d. T...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 26 August 1887

T. a____ de Addresses. _ _ 1 M , ,ZEIT EY"S eci`.:.. ""::1 , I::TIERN1SY'8) - - i . " . ,.oi t o flI tio r e t: ti. 1' X,. ', " G. S::- -iat O'14:r ? ??N.SS.? iA_ ..OOM i?O O?'y" ,tttiremtttig g atBBirtio o p,. ? n t-e¢ obtainiable comnfort'ar~ offerid to - '. ,; . 'BOAREIS' rnd' tbh' .' ttAVELLING: PUBLIC,;, .. -, : The ?icesa anid aptirltus are 'Perainaily.) eeaSte'te firons thn i S tock?s oft'the 'bent lProducer..s . ,,BILLIARDS,t 'i BILLIARDS !! BILLIARDS !!! IIO1§'S and BUGGIES always on HILE;E Extensive and co?uforltalee STA;B'LI NG" `'AC M l.O D AC O ODATIONT:. HOGAN'S :COMMERCIAL IHOTEL' T' T UT-RA TIIOMAS IHOGAN begs to intimate to ,the stirrotndin'g inhabitants and p I hblie generally that Superior ?Acconstodation and Moderate Charges are he speciality 'of this first-clnsashotel." ': All Tiqospe'o of the ]Best Jirasatldls sand Pnsrest Qttaliaty only, BIlllIARDSt BILLIARDS!!., BILLIARDS !!! SUPE RIOR STABLING and ACCOMMIMODATION. PADDOCKS. ' Ilories and Buggies, as well a.d...

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