Elephind.com contains 2,060 items from Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 2,990 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
Kind Words. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 17 August 1894
Rinfud JWords. O, keep not back kind words, I pray, From those who journey day by day With us along life's rugged way. They come with help in time of need, And every one becomes a seed That grows into a helpful deed. You may not see, I may not know, The deeds to which our kind words grow; b1ut they are never lost, I know. Sometime and somewhere we eshll find All kind words gathered, as men bind The wheat, and leave no sheaf behind. And from that storehouse of goodt deeds Grown from all kind words' scattered needs We each shall draw to suit our needs. They coat us little; grudge them not, But seatter them in every spot, And brighten with - many a lot. White Cake.-One-half cup each of butter, milk, cornstarchl; one and one-hllf cops each of white sugar and flour, two ten spoons of haking powder, whites of six egg beaten to a froth. Bake in layers and spread with an icing made oft paslrcised ugar soa whitet Ol g1Slat
Don't Run for the Train. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 17 August 1894
Don't Run for the Train. The margin of reserve strength at call for emergencies is seldom a large one, and those persons are ill advised who make a great do mand too suddenly. It matters little what .he demand may be, or on what part it is made. The policy of putting forth any great unaccustomed effort, whether of mind or body (to use a popular form of expression), after maturity, is unsound. Whsther the faut that we generally begin to go down the hill of life Beon after we reach its summit, instead of lingering on the higher plain, is accounted for by our habits of modern conventional life may be doubtful, but the fast admits of no question. Practically the total strength of life deprnds principally on the management of the middle age. The secret of longevity is, probably, skill in so .conomising the reserve of vital energy as to make it last out an un usual perioed. Most of the aged folk we know have lived pretty equally-which is a differ ent thing fron tranquillity-a-ter the atta...
Society Ripples. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 17 August 1894
Society Ripples. Didn't over listen to the hum of conversa. tion in that beehive of society, a watering place hotel parlor ?, It runs something like this: "Isthat 4 o'clock? Tio doctor said Iwa. to take a powder at 4." " Half cup butter, two of sugar, three eggs beaten in one cup, sweet milk, one pint.-" " One single, ten double, one single in six chain. fasten with one eingle in filth row-" "Wasn't the dinner horrid ? I couldn't find a thing fit to eat, and Edward declares it--" " Mo, mayn't I go down to the beach and see the big waves come in ? Mayn't I me ? Say yes I" " Said she saw a rat in the hall as large as a-" " A last year's bonnet? I should say so. Looked as if Mics Noah wore it in the ark, I and sht didn't seem to care a hit either." "Cast on nine stitches and knit across plain-" " She had on white skirts and a pink fee?iy i.nd wore her hair in Marguerie brslid." "She ien't any spring chicken either." "Chop eaw bee finue and make a poul tice-" "Ohl I ll y.a.w-a-w.n 1 I'v...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 17 August 1894
INSECTIBAN E IS THE ONLY EFFECTIVi INSECT DESTROYTE Observe the Spelling, Sold Everywhera Sole Proprietors, ROCKE, TOMPS' OOLGA RDIE GOLD FIELD. . ? ?Reward will be giWn to any one wkh oe supply cheaper TEil H. ABRAHAMS & CO., Premier Gun, Rife, & Cartridge Manufacturers. And C to the Vieteritpa (Ga dt . Awarded First Frize Gold Mieal, elboerne Oentenuail sibjim ea 1 is ou?petMion against the world. 816, 318, 300, 3LIZABETH ST., MELBOURNE. a-I A2 LONIQ, ]Iaji??wAM, AND NEW YORE. B letehbalgal 1886. HOLDERS TRADE MARK IN TIIHE L A R G E S T STOCK ,*.* AUSTRALIAN COLONIES. FIREARMS aAac Their stock consists of over 20,000 Guns and Rifles, and are by tihe best cnown makers, and they are the largest Iholders of firearms in the world. IDouble uarrel J.reech-loaders. choke-bore, twist barrel, top lever, 45s. They have a better quality, with Damascus barrels, choce-bore, re-bounding locks, £3 5s., better quality, with cross-bolt, £4 ; Double-barrel Breech-loaders, by W. W. ...
A SHORT STORY. Margaret's Violin. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 17 August 1894
A SIPORT S TORY.: t glargaret's Violin: 1.'BY L. DEnErNH?AM. It is a bright spring morning. Within half a mile it the sea, itt a quaint old fashioned garden, dalfodtil nod their graceful heads, purple and white violets scent the air. Birds slog joyously, re volling iin the soft balmy air tiand the warm sunshine. A larne house stands in the garden, its maItL w:indowa bathed in sunlight. A sweet anid lilaintive melody reaches the ears (r a ityoung lan, who - stands at the doer, hesitatiing befare he enteri. Frank I)evercnx is ia trall, stal wart fellow, with clear blue eyes, close cut auburn hair, arid a Ilwniv ioust,Clhe, half hiding his pleasant mouth. There is a troubled liok in his face this molrning, uand the bites his lip hard, and clenches his hand tightly as lie listens to the SIt is a lovely air of Ilandel's which he hears, played evidently ,by a skilful band, and with artistic feeling. Tile sweet strains rise and fall ; now with a wail of - Ihnost lihumnIn sorrow, niow with ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 17 August 1894
West End Timber Yard, CO?NER RosS & CASEY-sTREETS, TATURA Opposite Shire Hall. -t0 E. P. HARDEN & CO,, BUILDERS, CONTRACTORS, IRONMONGERS, AND UNDERTAKERS 0 Plans drawn, Estimates Given. Water laid on. All kinds of Building Material kept in stock. Funerals conducted in any part of the District, with or without Hearse, or Mourn ing Coach. All requisitics kept in stock. Timber Yard. C. GROVER, BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR, CARPENTER, JOINER, AND Timber for general requirements, Oils, paints, and paperhangings, Lime and cement, Ironmongery and Building material, Plans prepared and Contracts taken for any kind of building. Hogan-street, Tatura. Funerals Furnished AMMUNITION ALWAYS ON HAND. F. B. MORRIS (With many years practical experience in London and Melbourne.) Successor to P. Perry; also late of J. W. Rosier. Gun, Rifle, & Revolver Maker 363 LITTLE BOURKE STREET WEST Few doors from Elizabeth-street and opposite Cozens and Harvey, MELBOURNE. Guns, Rifles and Revolv...
SHEPPARTON MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 17 August 1894
SIIEPPAR'I'ON MARKEIT. MFSSI:S MT'llmitoIn, 'MARTIN, AND Co. ret port :-The flooded state of the Goulhurtn ont Sa:tl:rtay, Iltl Atg.ost, a:gain intlerfered with thi supply of product, which was untch sallerttlt than iusuattl. This wias e peci ally noticeableti ill t1ih fowl pens, where goo I ttb)le roolters I?nached a higher fl?ilae thn tor:a rely lo llg tilltl. Fiowls to :s .i1 p'er pair ; Plymouth rocks, ." ft t; ducks, 2s 8-; orlk, I ?1 to 2ju,; bacon 4d to lauls (ti;d; t'rhubt'rb roouto 8d to Is ; peach trees tis to 128 er doz ; apples 7s ; cherries 6is to 9s ; peals lis ; apricots 8s to 12s; Ic;nlor sfleling 8l . 1ntig, quantity drapery, clothtint of all kinds, hlts, tinwrllW ,t;llo'ttol, il, fulnit C., at fair Irices At. tih COltporation yards tlhe was O n tagita shoot tsupplly, tiltd prices wtere well lsusttillned throughlout. We pIennle uald sonld 8 pigs-F-latt to 28s int potrker Its fot too 2~s lid, slils 7s, sucCkers i; 3d.
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. MELBOURNE MARKET. Wednesday, August 15. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 17 August 1894
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. MELBOU RNEI MAIRKET. Wedneslay, August 15. M??ssIo I)s DAiI.Tr, AND Co. LTD. report. -Wheat.-I ocally the mnarket has had a smitall ilvaonc during the we?ick, and we Ilure nlarle IL good clcar.tnce at tihe fotlowit prices :-1Primne ttllting, 2S 2d ; it edium, ts Ill to ts I ,1 ; inferior and faulty, 2s to 2, O1d. Outs are dull, attnd prices ore, if anry thing, in buyers' favour. \7V sold :--Prime stout milling whites at Is t10t to lts O1d ; ntediuln tdo 1s t1d; Algerial Inilngl, is 8d to Is 8?d ; to fetdl, Is tIt to It 7d.' Iturley. - ce have no new business to repo. t, alidL the attiLtude of both holders and matllslters is uniichanged. Prime bairley is quoted tnominallty at 5i 31 to its 4d1; iltetdint at 4s 811 to 1 ldl: otf lots, 4s to I :ld ; feed sorts, Is Blild to 2s. WetIdnesday, Augulilt 15?. MI.slitS GoJniotolllttUllt, Mur', AtN Co. LtD.'., report.- hteiat.--At our aLtetion sile this dtoy Lth.re waLs 11 ?i g localdeinlOid, nlnd fair milling realised ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 17 August 1894
HOLLOWAY'S OINTMENT AND PILLB.-Old Wounds, Bores and Ulcers.-Daily experience confirms the fact which has triumphed over all opposition for more than forty years, viz., that no means are known equal to HIolloway's remedies for curing bad legs, bad brcasts, sores, wounds, diseases of the skin, crysipelas, abscesses, burns, scalds, and in truth, all maladies where the skin is broken. To cure these infirmities quickly is of primary im portance, as compulsory collinesment Indoors weakens the general health. The ready means of cure are found in Iolloway's Oint ment and Pills, which heal the sores and expel their cause. In the very worst cases the Ointment has succeeded in effecting a perfect cure after every other means had . ftled in giving adequate relief. ARE YOU AFFLICTED with DYSPE PSIA, CONSTI PATI ON, KIDNEY TROUBLES, BACKACHE, ACHING LIMBS, or LIVER COMPLAINT ? If so, safe remedies are within your reach at a nominal cost. CLEMENTS TONIC and FLETCHER'S PILLS have never yet failed ...
KYABRAM NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 17 August 1894
KYABRAM NOTES. At the last lmomentll another candi ldate for the post of auditor of the Deakin Shire acCOIlunts turned up in the person •of Mr Caleb Vines, of Ecluca. There will therefore he an election which will be held on next Thursday. The retiring officers of the N.E. and N.W. ridings of Deakin have decllared Messrs llicks and a.) Illy d elected, no other nomli nations having been made. In the southern riding a contest will take place between Cr Sly and John Ingram. It is generally considered tlhat Mr Sly will retain his seat. Th'le scholars of the Presbyterian Sun day School Idrned up in force last Thursday and added to the collection of umibrageous trees now planted in the enclosure. So much of this has been done in and around the township of late that in a year or two the appearance of thl place should be greatly improved thereby. A lawn tennis match, between the elibs of Kyabrain and Merrigum, was played on Saturday lust ion the local court. Messrs Knox, Greenwood, and Cath...
CASUAL JOTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 24 August 1894
CASUAL JOTTINGS. [ClI FrYAWv. .] Fly:away is always glad to sit or stand corrected when the occasion requires, and he is pleased to hear - from the worthy secretary of our "'mammoth and majes tic" show that there is to he a prize for high jumping at the forthcoming exhzi Iition. Indeed, to put it lightly, lie is highly delighted, in fact' hle put up a record at high jumping himself when lihe heard it ; still lie had the authority of an ex-president for his statement, which lihe is glad to, discover is "out of the running." The preliminary sniff of spring that. we were treated to at the close of last week seems to have upset the proof reader's ,'quaniility. All this week lihe has done nothing but compose verses in jubilation over the anticipated incoming of the warmer season ; but as the rules of the office do not provide for free notices, especially when the person in question does not advertise, the editor at the last moment put a sudden stop to his hilarity. The unfortunate poetas...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 24 August 1894
Ccrtainly the hest inedicie known is Sander and Son's Eucalypti Extract. 'Test its eminently powerful cffects in coughs, colds, indu?cnza-the relief is illstalltanIlcol;. II OIserious cases, ind accidents of all kinds, be thes' wounds, burns, scallings, bruises, sprains, it, is the safest remedy-- no swellings nor in hlauuation. Like surprising effects pro duced in croup, diplitheria, bronchlitis, in Ilamniation of the lungs, swellings, etc., diarrhoca, dysentery, discases of the kid neys and urinary organs. In use at hospitals and umedical clinics all over the, globe; patroniscd by His Majesty the King of Italy ; crowned with medal and diploma at International Exlhiliioln, Amnsterdam. Trust in this approved article and reject all others.
HIGH JUMPING AT THE COMING SHOW. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 24 August 1894
HIlhII ,JUMPING AT THE COM ING SHOW. TO TII EDITOR. SIlt,--I notice in your last isinr, under the heading of "Casual Jottings." you state it is to be regret trl "lthe Agri cultural Society should have decided to eliminate the high-jumping contest at the forthcoming Spring Show." This is not correct. Last yiear there was no high-junmping competition, but this year the committee have allotted £10 10s for high-junmpig. Indeed it, will he one of the features in the splendid pro gramine provided for the forthecoming Spring Exhibition. I amt etc.. .LU'KE FLANAGAN, Secretary Tatura & G.V. A.ll. & P.Society.
CORRESPONDENCE. WHAT'S IN A NAME? TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 24 August 1894
CORRESPONDENCE. WHAT'S IN A NAME ? TO TIIH EDITOIS. Sin,-At the conclusion of lthe meet ing held at Baldwinsville on Saturday night last, for the purpose of msaking arrangements re the public hall, it was proposed to change the name of lBald wins7ille to a more suitable one, The name " Byrneside " or " Burnside " was suggested, and MIr Morrissev was in structed by those few present (some who have not the slightest interest in- the district), to get the name changed to that at once. Now I think it would be unjust to take such steps without calling a public meeting to see whether it is desirable to change the name or not. I think a more suitable and shorter name could be found, as the plea is that " Baldwinsville " is too long a name. I will suggest some names which I think would be more suitable-" Mona," '" Parana," '" Dunalton." Trusting the name will not be changed until a public meeting is called and thanking you in anticipation for inserting this in your issue of Friday 24th, I ....
NEW WOOL WAREHOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 24 August 1894
NEW WOOL WAREHOUSE. Some six months since Messrs. Golds borough, Mort and Company Limited, determinled to extend their already spa cious warehouses at the corner of 3Bourke and William streets, to meet the often expressed intention of ani increasing utia ber of wrool-growers to sell in the Australian markets, and also to provide for the larger quantity of wool which will pass through their hands this season, Tile new warehouse is now fast ap proaching completion. It has 28,000 super feet of floors, is four stories in height, and is constructed iln aI mIost substantial manner throughout. The foundations are of large blocks of blue stone set in Portland cemlent concrete; the stanchions are of cast iron; the floor and roof girders are of tolled steel, aud: the floors are of kaiuri pine. In the roof a layer of felt and an air current is introduced between the corrugated gal vanised iron 'covering and the boarded coiling, so as to prevent the sample room fromi ecoming lheated. This wareh...
TATURA TURF CLUB. WINTER MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 24 August 1894
TATURA TURF CLUB. WINTEIt MEETING. 'The Winter meeting of the Tatura Turf Club which will take place on Wednesday, September 5, proxmises to be an uilqualiied success. A bank holiday has been proclaimed for the clcccaioul, nud the entries are very ntnuer ous. With good weather there should be a record attendance. The course is now being put in order, and in a few months it is expected the reserve will be fenced. The following are the nomi rttiolns : IIANDIJAI'P TROT. Geo. Stewart, g g Billy Brown J. McKenzie, hr m Ilighland Mary L. McLeod, br g I)igby I). McLeod, b g Eddie D). McLeod, Invincible F. R. Dick, I m Mermaid Alex. Robinson, b g Dan O' T. Iarcy, Tradesman WVINTER IHANDICAIP. G. McCracken, cll u Lady Rosemoro J. Cox, blk lh Black Douglas T. Pousland, b g Plausible 1). Mc Pherson, clh mi Princess b n \Velcome Lady J. Stewart, b g Eclipse WV. Maskell, b Im Eumeralda b It The Nabob C. J. Pidgeon, b g Grandlight HIANDICIAP H UIRDLI,ES. H. Cooling, roan g Ioney J. Balchin, b g A...
NEURALGIA [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 24 August 1894
NEURALGIA Is the first, surest and most reliable sign of nerve decay; it is a symptom provided by nature to warn the sufferer of approaching weakness and distress, though in most cases the pain is purely local; the disease is constitutional and local remedies such as liniments, oils and menthols only give temporary relief and do not do the slightest permanent good, for they only act by deadening the sensibility of the affected nerve. The remedy to be of any lasting benefit must be tissue forming and nerve strenthening and must have general invigorating properties; it. nylat. also contain the material to restore the lost tissue to the impoverished nerves, and no remedy except Clements Tonic possesses these wonderful powers. Clements Tonic Ihas been used for thousands of cases by youngland old of both sexes for neuralgia, sciatica, and other nervous complaints, lland we have never heard of a case where it has failed to give quick and prompt relief. Read of the case of 0. V. Briner. Es...
PEOPLE'S MISTAKES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 24 August 1894
PEOPLE'S MISTAKES. "It is surprising what mistakes even somne of the beet people in the world iaike." ''lhe speaker was one of the greatest doctors the world has ever known. 'Iake, for extample, one of the llost countlller things in the world, nallely, a cold. People speak of' taking cold'; there is really no slch thing. A cold is a symnptoin, an effect, Inot a cause . Did you ever know an -absolutely well and healthy person who took cold? I never haye, even under the gleattst exposure. Yes, indeed, ai cold is a syinptonl, not cause. The gEantletnen and ladies, to whom t.le doctor was speanking exchanged looks if astonishment but they didi not dispute the words olf a learned maln. You miay libe surprised," lie continulted, "wheni [ tell you that nline-tentths of all colds occull beentille those great orglans of the,.btdy, the kidneys, are out of order. ?i\fre uiel and nwol ten are troubled with imperfect kidney than any othler known fort of' disease. The itnfortuniate Ilhing about, ...
ILLUSTRATED EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 24 August 1894
ILLUSTRATED EDUCATION. ProfessorMfuller, of stereopticon fame, is pursuing his educational campaign throughout the Goulburn Valley. After leaving Tatura, where lie showed for six nights, he went to Merrigmn, and gave his truly magnificent exhibition for six evenings. The total programme con sisted of a tour round the world, and formed an object lesson of the most per fect description. Beginning at Mel bourne, Professor Muller took his successive audiences roulnd the earth. He not only showed them all the faulolus places of the world, both ancient. and modern, but by his graphic, yet concise, descriptions and explanations gave as much historical information as often takes half a life-time to gather. Indeed, if the-Education Department was thor oughly alivd to the interests of the children, arrangements would be made with the professor to give exhibitions throu'ghout the colony for their benefit. Tt must not be inferred of course that the stereopticon entertaimnent is for children. It...