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

:Amusements. Tatuira Coursing Club. •TO BE RUN ON THE DHUR BINGILE ESTATE Tuesday and Wednesday, 80th and 31st August, 1887, ' OR an unlimited number of dogs at Onio'Guinea each. ". President-Mr. J. M'Elgunn. .Judge-Mr. J. Hardman. BEi,p r='. -r: J. Gillam. Nominations close on Friday, 26th inst. Drawir takes place on Saturday, 27th, at Wootton's Victoria Hotel, Tatura., . . : First pair of dogs to be in the slips at the .TiniHut'on the back road to 3Murchison on Dhurringile Estate, at S9 a.m. First-dog, two-thirds of stake, less 10 per cent. deducted" for expenses runner-up-Ladies' Gold Branclet. J. R. WOOTTON, Hon. Secretary. For Sale. G3O ACRES of flrqt-claas AGRI _?2 OCULTURAL LAND in Gir garre.'-East, ; well, improved and well tered. Apply.,: ,W. O'OALLAGHAN, Taturn. Meeting. A PUBLIC MEETING .will be . " held at W. Ryan's, Girganie, on baturday, the 27tli inst., -at' 7 o'clock p.m.;,to take into consileration the prolo'ied alterationis in'the Mail 1ervice at that place. All in...

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

"BROAD ARROW." -0 A dark chestnut; four years old, by the noted Irish liuntign Irse' Broad: Arrow. 1 Dam, by the ?efbrAiteA iteplechao Ihorsets tiizjre's the nlaf{erof IomdrifIat-cla?'e races in Ireland, including the 400 guineas in the North, at Oldstoe. _Grand, ... -dam,-by HIercules, one of the greatest iteeplecbhse horses who ever ran in Ireland, who won:two: Granid.Nntiqnals in succession at Craigbillyrin, the North, asld 'at Bialaclhra' in tlohe following year,,beating algreat fieldi.or horses, including the ifa;? sli'nepra and Cock:Robin.:l Laura. afterwards! wetit:to iEnglaid eand' beat SVeyth'in'; and waa.eold fur 1,0Q0 guineas ;to'go to France. ,LMr. -Ryanlhoise' bser,.forthse Melbourne Omnibus.:Company, bredia colt by' Hereules;,which won . tlre Gian&d`Military Steeplechases at P?uchestown, and was lafterwards: siold for 0 ()bR uinriea to go to England. . Great, grand ,.dam:by one of . Irelahd's famous sres, Blind Harper... This horse is just the sort to.produed w...

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

To Stand this Season at Gowrie Park and Travel the Str rounding Olistricts, the Imported Clydesdale Stallion, " GAY LAD." -0 GAY LAD is a beautiful dark bay horse, rising.seven years, stands 16 hands 3 inches high, on remarkably short legs with extraordinary broad bobe, .plenty of hair, and excellent feet. He is very symmetrical in form, 'and a splendid mover. He has a fine mild docile temper, and is free from all natural impediments. All breeders of horses should endeavor to get sires as breeding horses free from all hereditary impediments. He has proved himself a' sure foal getter, and his colts and fillies, wherever shown, have always came to the front. .Gay Lad was bred by J. N. Fleming, Esq., of Keil, also his sire, Prince David, 643. Prince David when three years old was sold to Campbelltown Agricul tural Society for the handsome sum of 500 guineas, which stamps him a horse in the foremost position. Grand sire,'Prince of Wales, 083. His fame is spread `wherever draught horses ...

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AN AUSTRALIAN STOCKMAN ON BUFFALO BILL SHOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 26 August 1887

AN AUSTRALI[AN STOCKMAN ON BUPPALO BILL SHOWS. Writing to the London "Globe" J.H.W sends the following extract from a letter t written by an Australian stockman to a matein the colonies. "He was a very good ma in his day," mays J. H. W., " and his opinion on ' buokjumper ' In generol, and 'Buffalo Bill's' lot in particular, may amuse your readers. I have slightly toned down the expletive. my friend makes use of In the original : "Dear Jim . . Well, a I was a saying, I was mooninog about without much so do, whenlnoticed some big pictures on the waile-at all the railway stations they was, piotures of chaps with very big hats riding buckjumpers, some of 'em with the horses taill waving about in the air like an emu'e feathers. One chap had a beast roped-out on a plain-a big bullock, like old Blucher about toe horns. Do you remember him, Jim? Little blue-sided bullock he wae, with terrible big horne, to be sure, near side leader in a team of Smith's on the Edward; long time ago. Chap had...

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PUBLIC MEETING AT COLDWELLTON. THE STOCK TAX. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 26 August 1887

PUBLICI MEETING AT 'OLD-D WaLLTO;. , STHE'6TOCK TAX.S X large dumber o7 farmers 'athe'red at the Victoria Hotel, 1:oldwellton; 'bn Saturday afternoon, to consider the satok tax and other itemis .of" the tariff n6? under consideration of Parliament, Which is so likely. to seriously affect theisi. Mr. aiuee 'Cohlwell, the son'vener:of the meet~ing, was voted to 'the chair, and stated that the 'o?;ject in dcalliing them together :'was simnply, %d thke esteps to protect their' own interests.' :He ex plained that.in,a very short tune ti'tlier would become 3 ,per hiindlired dehrer, and that a duty of LS per?" 0ii t on. s'iurn was tod. e.levied, 'and.ho ni'intainvbd thit in a county like Moila, with some 27,000 inhabitants, where not a single pound of sbgar was manufactured, it was our duty to rise to a mani anti olject to it. Be would suggeat that an increased duty be put on all cereals and everything that alfect the farmer. aMrt Young said that the price 'of wheat wohld not ekeed Is .per...

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

In the Supreme Court of the Cilohy od Vi~totia --Midlndl Bailiwick. N OTiCE is hereby given, that ilndir and by virtun of a certain procest issued diftof the 86pprente Court of the Colony of Viciria, and directed td thli Sheriff of the Mdilan: Dailiivick, regtir ing hit to leviy certaii monies on the real and personal estate 'of CHARLES M'DONALD, of Mooroopna, in the Colony of Victoria, the iiid Sheriff will on S'ATURDAY, the 17th day of SEPTEMBER, 1887, at 8 o'clock ih the 'afternoon, at Mr. Martin's Hotel, fclhuca, cAhse 'to be sold by publio auc tion'(unlesir tjebald prdcess shall.have been previously satisfied, or the said SSTiff otherwise dtayed, All tlih rigkht, title and interett (if tiny) of Charles M'Dinnald in ltnd.lf the f~lobwing pieces of LAND, With buildings and Isprovethen't thereon :-Al 1otiis~nt 7$, parish of Moo ,dblipa "containing 82'0 acres, 'downi;grait,, entered, 'in vol. 1682' folio 836371; allotments 2(o abi 79, pris?lh of Moo Eoopnk, conta?ning 100 acres, 1 ...

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UNITED ECHUCA AND WARANGA WATERWORKS TRUST. COROP, TUESDAY, AUGUST 16, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 26 August 1887

ifNITED' EIC UCA AN D' WARANt WATEItWORKRS TRUST. Color, TuritIY, AuousT 16; I887. .Present-'Coltn. Wigg (in the chair), Healy, Furphy,' ahdl' Webb ;' Mr. W. 8. Murray," Engineer ; J. A.'Uarey. Sbcre-' tary ;. and Mtse?ts'Peelles and M'Elgunn, Clerks of W1oeks: The' minutes' of the pirvious mbeting mdird fead and confirnmld. -'CORREe pituCE. From' Messrs J.- ulf, J. Fega, G'. Simmb, shd RR:hdi Chd Chambers; in re ireqilc to eiisements:--ltdceived.' .Froni'. A.'. Bbae,' Tonrgala; ashking: accoonmodatiomi' bridgi.-=Rtbcived.' Ftom' GOiotrgo Riddlei Girgarre' East,' atkinl" paynmbiti for' liahi taken.:-1te celved;" the Engineer stating that' d' number' of these caihus' will lb' paldl sliortlij. ' Froin' Mary' Stewort ',.Timtnbring,' drwinig attention to to the damage' done tb' her land by' watr.-Referred' o the .Engineer. From'; M'. Ilhinnbh; complaining: of'. the damage done'hii'..by luboding from' the" Trust'se works. M. Hnishhn' Cbmn plained that by. the construction of the' channel...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 2 September 1887

*' flavu ons more al ocalon, oied Jouv CordL olm o Ll0oorllo. I.ooneldor 11 y douly Io lrv my t.elmcey to Ir. wonderful .oheo, for eouohbe od .old WIII l.b. Belohi of Uvorloel . booe. no.. olfu f.ar lb. eoot olf aiold or gogl. rar group In chlldren I .over knew It fel ." J. O. Lea., Scub flnglou.ý DUISTONI COODIAL BALI[ Or LIQOO5IOU. 1.. i. ad ..N. wa bet. of all ebMIt.b.-lfmy1 P IMIEsR BUILDING AIBOIAftlOP 011103: 14 0OLLINS aBIK:at NAfT. Abcribeed capital - -.810. 00 Paidup and aooued oapital .' 10.000 TMtal ?oome last year 4. 1 4,I00 Tls ?ssoolion ba paidM It. abanboldetr 10 p>N. at. peta annum for ?lb past ypa. , :: I. ..R.. ALLOWED an ,DPOdf. ,:: ior I2 months, 6+ pr mat.'par annum. . For months, bp ell nt ptr annum. BAVIUNU BANK BRANIE. DepalIra thi branc will be paid par wamapoa Itheir daly balance. when thenamler reaches 26.000 the PBROlglIIJ *U*MIIJM of ?s. per abare WILL be RA~ID t.b ' 1 ,d. these abuse a be paid up In fall, or by malambit altalmtq a 10e. pet sbas. A., ...

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FRAGMENTS OF FUN. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 2 September 1887

FRAGMENTS OF PUN. Pbiladelphib Man : What is lhe difference between a Boston woman of culture and a New York ditto I Friend: Don't know. Give it up. Philadelphia Man : Well, the Boslon woman admires nothing she under. stands, and the New York woman under. sarinds nothbing she admiree. Lady Godiva: Yes, Mr. Green I've been painted by all the most celebrated artiste of my time; but not o1s of them has ever done me Justice I Mr. Green : What-not even Smi JOSHUA?-" Punch." Volunteer Colonel (to Lieutenant Muddle, who hab been putting the men through some movemens) : Very creditable I Very credit. able. indeed I Men who can work under roue directions are a eredit to any regimeot i (Muddle feels smell.) A bow.legged man was standing before the tove warming himself. A small boy watched him intently for a while, and then brokeout: ' Sa, mister, you're standing too near the Sr.I aess'; you're a-warping 1" W~ meanest man so far on record lives in Boston. Hie wife asked him to give hera I pet,...

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DUNDER DISTINGUISHES HIMSELF. (D[?] FREE PRESS.) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 2 September 1887

DUNDER DISTINGUISHES HIIMSELF. (nawmor wRane Psse.) " What ! you here I" exclaimed. Sergeant Bendal the other day, as he looked up and found Osrl Dander standing by the desk. " Vhell, I pellet it hae my duty to come down and report on some case. Mayse I wae swindled again." ' I presume so. Most anybody can swindle you, It's a wonder you have a dollar left." I vhas awful green, eh r' Und lyha innocent, like a shild 1" A bout as innocent es a boy threerears old. What's the matter now T" 'Sergeant, mayp. you haf seen a feller take threecardm ana throw 'em all around on a table like lightning 2" 11 have." " Und he likes you to bet dot you can pick ondt dot ace of hearta V' SYes. That'e called three-card monte. How much did they get out of yea f" "A man comes in my place yesterday, .nd says vhas I Carl Dander. I rhi. All right., Mr. Dander, but I like to show on a trick to play on der poe.. It vham called parlour magic, and eaferypody vhas wildi earfe her." "I meel And he got S0dol. outo...

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AN ADDRESS THAT OUGHT TO BE MADE RIGHT AWAY QUICK. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 2 September 1887

AN ADDRESS THlAT OUGHT TO BE MADE RIGHT AWAY QUICK. SYoung.men and women," some practical old physician will may .ome day in addressing a graduating class in medicine, "you are about to go out into the world as doctors, so extract a living from its inhabitants. Moet of yon are young. men, and I take It for granted that you are gentlemen, although I don't know euch to be the case. A fewof you are young women, and I take it equally for granted that you are ladies, though for purpoeee of selentifo demonstration my opinion on this subject could not be taken as conclusive. Bet I truet you may be mercifully spared .from the folly of ever speaking of yourselves as lady doctors, or genltleman doctors. The one title in as sporopriate as the other. Leat the scrub ladles, the washladles, and ohamberladiee, and the salesladies. and the foreladiee con 'tinue to monopolies the professional use of the word lady. Never letl me hear of a lady doctor. The term i. ridiculous. If I had a daughter who c...

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WIT AND HUMOUR. THE FAULT OF THE PARROT. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 2 September 1887

WIT AND-- .HUMOUR. THE FAULT OF THE PARROT. 'A breach.of-promiae sation will' proebly be h d Ihortly n Dublin in which l pareot will' Sur praomtnentl. An elderly pcofeer elonal gentleman, engaged to pretty young lady In her teens. was visiting her father and knocked atthe study door. A parrno he bd presented to the young lady shrieked ot, " Com in I come i I" and on suddesly ontentI the room he found his Sfooee wated on the sofa with a young man uncoiling his arm from her waist, the parrot meaornwhile imitaling the sound of klssng ieln oonlud ilg with mocking la Iughter. The mareia was broken off and an action for breech of promise rained. The defendant pleads ustil filotion.-" Dublin Telegraphb. AN UNFORTUNATE UNDERSTAND lNO. " l. dear.'" said a gentleman to his wife. ' where did all those books on asroneml on the library table come from? They re not ours." "A pleasant lIttle surprise for yrou" re Iponded the lady. " Yon this morninj, that we olught to study asironomy, andso I went...

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OPENING BANQUET AND BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 2 September 1887

OP'ENING BANQUET' AND' BALL.. The committee met at the Albion' HEotel, KIyabrami on Saturday, the' 27th tset. The minutes of the' previous meeting were read and confirmed.: On the motion' of Mr. W. Oilford it' was decided that Mr. Patterson, as represen tative of the Rciakworth Chronicle; be allowed a complimentary ticket. In reference to the catering; Mr. Laneaster moved that the' caterer be only paid for 125 head for the' banquet, the committee being of. opinion that the extra 25"guar anteed could' not have been provided for had they been present. Oh. the' motion of Mr. Patterson, seconded' By' Mr. Devine, it was resolved that the eeere' tary be allowed Li2 for his timne sad expenses, re' the opening. Accounts amounting to nearly .100' were passee for payment. There are several other accounte to come in,. which, will be con sidered at the meeting to be held on the 10th inst. Very hearty'votes of thanks were accorded to' the ladies and gentle men who ser kindly lent lights' and ass...

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TATURA COURSING MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 2 September 1887

TATURA; COURSING'MATCH.' : Thie it evbnt came off on" the ihurringile- Estate' on' Tueaday' and 1 VWednesday ist, whed 'somd of~the"very" best'coursihgteverV'wiheesed ii the di~ trict took pldce.' The stake was for 20' all-aged dogs'at' one guie e ach. -.The" ... meet took place about a'mitd fro;"the' lholmstea;, at aboutt 9.30' Where about 200 'people had assembled to witness the trials. ; M'. Minter,' manager of' the' estate? (irith' hisr esal' courtesy), w a present to pilot the crdwd through the' paddocks, and that' gentlemdan had . kindly placed a man at'the disposat of thel club for taking down rilip-paneln, '&c.' Mr. Jas. Hardman, of Lancefield, aigiufifilled-the positioi6hn judge, and ,w mayvAafely say. without fear of ctn 'traliction, that we. never saw a gentle min occopying that' position give such 71in»6reat. 'setisfaCtion.' Mi. Jimes" Gillim, ais'iual, did the blipping for the' ;mdtch, and? we most' codgtatulate"the' Tatura ;;Couihg COfb for' having' the' best s...

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CHURCH OF' ENGLAND MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 2 September 1887

CHIURCH' OF' ENGLAND! MEIETING:. A meeting of" the' guardians, of the Church of'Ehgland was. held in, All Saints' Church on. Monday evening, 29th 'inst. Pfesent--The R"vi E. Heffernawn(chairman), MesnerHkalkyard, Baseloy, J. and G. Colliver, A.: and G. Masekell, Alexander, Wootton and J. Manly, lion. see: The-minutes being read on the motion of Mr J. Oolliver, seconded by Mr.: Halkyard, were confirmed: The secretary then,'read! the tenders sent in by, Mr. Campbell, of Merrigum, in which he'offered to do the work ac cording to the plans and specifications for the sum- of Ll4QI9 19A.. 6d. This being the only tender Rent in, a dis cunssion followed,. when it was proposed that Mr. C. Grover the clerk of works should be sent for, as he' had'promised to clear up any little difftcultywlwhich come in the way. On the arrival-of Mr. Grover; the chairman explained how the matter stood, with: respect to. the' tendering, and asked his advice which Mr. Grover very readily gave, going into every d...

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SIX-DOG PRIVATE SWEEPSTAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 2 September 1887

Six-Don PRlIViT\? SWBiPaRkic.; Afte thle public matchdwas finished on' Wednoeday a' private isweestake was' got up, and some capital cdnrising wasg' tlie result. .Mr. Hardman again aftedl' as juilge' iand Mr. Wootten acted as' slipper;, To:n ive the judge a'spell Mr. Gellini kindly consented to act in that' capacity' for'one codrte, and judging': from .the manner in.which:he took the' Fences, stuck to th6 pigkkin, and'donned the red coat' ie should say the club hisb alwvaya a capital judgo'in their'midat.. The stake wis won by Mi. J;'B. Wootton's slut Victhriiii' ivery good' style. .The following is thA6esult of the* running :-.. .- Minter's a Juliet * beAt' Minter's a' Beatrio' , Wootton's d Vctoria'bat Wootton'as d Dick Tnrpin Mactietr's d Spring ibat: Mititer'dI 'd Remeo. ..Victdria.yesBt'Jui . S8ring &,bye.-, r I , - |Lb(DFc6tt. ( ; Victoria beat Sprnug: ad wbin the stake. _ l' 'Y ' \ * *' ***" ' *'* * * *' - ****, t "

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TATURA TOTAL ABSTINENCE SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 2 September 1887

T'A'TURA' TOTAL ABBT1^EfIoB L SThe ollowing. ar' the hadleape-fore the priheipal eventa to be rob for on, Wed.nesday 7ih Stptbmbir. TaMPs.aIbl SrLBrItaLD' rHiDatop Distance, I80 yda. St:Cobett;-Tiatnh . * 8'yd' W. Garrett, Eabo' 4: W, WJlion, Mtetal - 6 :.W.M Dearmot, Katua g .- " ,6 . J. Richardson, Mooroopes.. *- 7..,, - .+ J. Wilkinson,. chuca - .. '. ,i 3-,, 'N. Delahy;,Walrig *- . i j . ', ..-J. '[Byrne, Baldwarinllo I? ':.Robert Diok, Tatura .*? ' 14?'l ; J. Lyons, T tumra . 'Dixson, Takumra: -" SA. Breen, Dargalong * * 1 * JiBemos,Taturt ;'* lI . .M. Tilson, Ttu?i ra :-. - : I ,, I . HALr-MIL3 RA??E. W.;,Wiison; MItcAlle ad* * tAtchi W. Garrett,-EchnaS *'. . - 10 yd 'J. Richardson Mooroopna * 4 J.31. Byrne, Ilsldwindilla T. 6 SHURDLIS RAOM--.150 Yards., '"* ' H "riBDi· ·ino O-lSO~yrd».-, ,.,,^ 'W. Wilson',Metcalfe - . ratolh - ,' *'KpiKyabram -" *\' 4'.l»' '; SD. Corbett, Tatura 4'ydsj ,. .W. M'Dermott, Katung * . 7 , 'J O'Reilly, Tator.s - 9 -* .'9 J J. Richardson, Mooroopsn...

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THE YOUNG FOLKS. ADVENTURES OF A YOUNG ENGLISHMAN. (THE BOY'S WORLD.) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 2 September 1887

THE. ,YOUNG FOLKS. ADVENTUBES O0 A YOUNG ENGLISHMAN. (ie so's woeacr) Weknow sit our readers ate not so, ver fortunatsly placed as Mr. P. Norman Evans, ayouog gentlemau, of Harrow, who recentl anrrived ln NewYork after having dons tome renarkable travelling in the West, but thLe emunot fail to be interested in his capial descriptions of what hesaw in his travels. Settilng out from Enuland a year ago with with his bahggage and him sketch.book, Mr Evans went to the West India Islands, and thence to Panama, where he arrived juest when the earival was at its height. Ie thue desoribee it : ' I have seen the carnival in Europe, but I must eay I never taw it performed in such an watrordinary way as it was in Panama. SMy attentioa was first attracted by the soldiers. They were of all colours and all wmes, and their uniform. weredistributed on 'the- mot extraordinary principlee, as I -ppsaced the the long men got the short uooseers anud he short men the long trousers, wodithat thestout men g...

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"BROAD ARROW." [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 2 September 1887

"BROAD ,ARROW." " A dark chestnut, four years old, by the noted Irish bunting horse Brod Arrow. Dam, by the celebrated steeplechase horse Fitzjames, the winner of some first-class races in Ireland,'incluiding the 400 guineas :in' the North, a't Oldstone. Grand-. dam, by Hercules; dihe'of the greatest steeplechase horses who ever ran in Ireland, who won two Graid Nitionals in succession 'at Craigbilly in the; North,. also at. Ballaclara in the following year, beating' a great field of hnrsea. including the. famous Laura sdndCock Robin. Laura afterwards went'to ,England and beat.. everything, and' was sold for 1,000 guineas to'go to Fraince. Mr. Ryan,: horse buyer for the Melbourne Omnibus Company,' bred a colt by. Hercules, which %won. three Grand Military Steeplechases at Pnnchestown; and was afterwards sold'for 1,000 guineas to go to England. ' Great grand dam by one of 'Ireland's famous sires, Blind Harper. - This horse is justhtle sort to produce weightcarrying hacks,. carriage h...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PHODUCE REPORTS. Thursday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 2 September 1887

LSt ifTWrA1>J INTELLtiENCE. Sev n d day en?? n. r dr tei#fip. , Tilhe rlin price for heat Is1 d per buibosl hlask|e? Is lardr ol.yt' n br frk.' J-S lesare's,.lliame ,spad 'Co. report. the farket as followr W -li-Wfeat, te Sd ; barley, Gd to'd.f l.l. The iollowing' arb the conmgnees no* l'inFg at the Tatura railway station 'Ieasrs. RIbinson, Robbins, Ewart, ufnbtbr ,norl Co.. Fawkner. Minson andl Wiljon Tonskell, Hnlkynrd,Wootton, Forylth,.Scotr Ilis., Taylor, Williams. lattershby Razeley,. Williams and Co., 3nactier, Tonkin add S?n, "ibb, Herald,*-Harriman, Finn, Reddrop, '.nnsley, ll. Ryan, and Hogan. Parcels T.tunteranl Co., Ilalkyard, Metzies, Chrystal, :0'Niel, Flanngim,' Ms. Welehe,- Hraly, Forsyth, Joohnon,-.Laidlaw, .8prag;. l)eby Rlobbins. 8 trucks ofrstratt 2 d do pigs, I do.cattle. 3 do. chlaf-1 do. sheep. The National llortgagectid AenyCom puny, (lmtd.,) report havit?g soldAgf Iately Iluring week ending 27th August, 187, 8184 hogs of produce, viz.:--Wheat, 3i, 9d to -t...

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