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Re[?] of Tha[?]. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 9 September 1887
lWlo d erpIs te In olte woe .lwy Bohemeari . Mr. a. P. CMm - helas t. pritned in t New i orLt nM; raimnieoeo os ( fewr Ibho with Ibe •tbe o "Vnltr Pal --"e One a einr. l,? Mr. C?-ac., "I Nmembe hie len l b.a - COtniu Club room st a erlye bofor for bil far he oft etayed lre, and eeemed to aIo Ihee boaur wih sh t met of a yoanage qed Them bed been a g del of lilht talkue te in a biohb be r Md in bhi qeiet Wp And u b wa ru entl I nrolleco hire -st o ntlng exa am- It rtord o thdere as senaneiflm ersn e ieaed near u shed oe? Tain& be UI edt hil Mars anud spriead hbi hands with a piarfal sir. ain, '.. W good olht, bos; rnceivo a oa d u'alw blising. Anothter evenialu t parilto rside, rhre be bwe a guegal. Io s ellg We hed punch mad ?lgar. ThNere w VA plano Btu one of the pianter brlgbt U tnitfted trilled dlnty irsentmelal ? a|m Brad-brye T aokeray was pereaded tod' He bad no veoia an seinr ; hbit boir =. quely be did him p Itl He bhis- oni blld, ' Littll Blille,= without ec1omas-iB...
The Power of the Heart. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 9 September 1887
ills tbdE;i~~~il:~o;~i ~ of ani luauI b'h opbbatu;bet pq(o hero,,, and ii tit mainuprionuqft all tais RIjIOcSl dmede. 'rIi bv'p*'A'4 k It self V.tv' cop. "/caaoanlf'Inh ImletIwsuunbllem,. "stit will be found' a'Itbah root' +6fJ eb'eooaedoet.' ad Inaririaidjiebawealkv efee.oir legtalukiv. *aeIUa otmau Iua·eeoý"drle. nIr. m d' by uaeisbemeet in. lalhmusarn~..eeo .etao~by altedor.Lundue,"; ". id iua.dlemfg teratle." bapeirtbalduadinstnoipt. equally fruifut L leathe o"ýsot 01ýoidbtia lb.' avtid. "ýbeid R· niu LMll Ilrdsl t rrry:·loylnl ".eie andatboh hitd bousmiId ea" "n. leamr lit value, in careful to ward off typhoid taeabheIma br'4tltr IstawIbil unse of Hm sH f Woi~iiw aDIeiadMttss, i It in m;a,"diajebeapif Idlaas·d..bydhe beg.
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE PRODUCE REPORTS. Thursday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 9 September 1887
CO'MMERCIAL . .INTELLIGE ICE PRODUCE REPORTS. Thursday evenirle'. Very little erela pre*d in Taturn denle the wee. lndedi T alinle retse for whet is e Sid per buthel i barley is tnnyer n trik. l `'tteaerr Wiliim'nP and Co. report the mnrrice n rnllos:-Wheat, 3s d ,; barley. 4s Ca to 5b Cill. Tifollow lninr are the consagntee, now ivi,., et tlhe 'r Tartua rnilway estation : \iean. Pgerft Itrst:. Hnlkvard ; Ordover.Lec 'ht'tr. Itorrissrv. Tlnson .'nndci Wilton. TTh Irf.ln. Fntlerlnndl, Iarzeley, Pmith. rFl?,rcrd, Endre. Thnrby. Hnntcer end :Co Mrnitcint. Pnrcels-.Clerk of Petty SeCssions Tnturn. W. P ynn. Groves, Darby, Sprit' tnhhinf. Tncey, Byrne, lcddrop, Menzietr Tht?lvnrd, Donaldson, M'Kei3dzie, Drillen,i O 'ioll* I trnck'onf sheep 2 do. pigs, 1 do. pollard. 4 do. chaic ffs4do~flu r. - hThe Kftinnnl.lortgatge and Agency Con. pnnrvi:,l(intdi) reort hnvini sold ,privately *lnring week ending 3rd Boept., 1887. 6804 haRv of priouce.eviz. :"-Wheat, Be .94 to aIs 9?r; flour. £8 7s 6d t...
A WOMAN FROM AUSTRIA. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 9 September 1887
A WOMAN 'ROM AUSTRIA. ea.r th'ti: vil ge' f illindrR,' i Lower Austria, lives Maria :inaes, an intelligtntasnd indstrio'us voinmabn, whose story of physical suffering and 'final oe liefy as related by herself, is ? f lnteoi st to English women. "I was'employed," she says, '" in the work of a large farm house. Oretwork broughton sick head ache, followed by a deathly .fainting and sickness of the stomach, until .1 was unable to retain either food or drink. I was compelled to take to my bed for several weeks. Getting a. little better from rest and quiet, I sougjhtto dosoma work, but was soon taken with a pain in my side, which in a little while seemed to spread over my whole body, and throbbed in my every limb. This was friends'told 1te that my timen had nearly come and that I could not live longer than when the trees put on their green once more. Then I happened to g(t one of the Seigel palmphlets. I read it, andl my dear mother bnnght nm a bottle of Seigel's Syrup, which ILtook exact...
SOMETHING ABOUT RUSKIN. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 9 September 1887
BOXE'ETHING;ABOU, T "s'Ipra Mr. J. Maesh"ba rMaSher. r gmber of th Reabi aleaity amtahats altegeselienbittle i a?b s o-wesol r? g eltart eadle, ld a lS mbr. f $Shee emeaedate whialsh e relata SJ l I Ienld ae't base of aleag ita. . or. , b ~i n iowe that hib ?t esl hme?diltbe. who, Iat toa eooroekaorelsed il om sy, t lad dtbo worldly pe;l?_.oeyo _let~sl ho. whe t neo?+w n quitors t, aetS Pehi , came up o Lned, and for ain eaers ddget in :a: msrobea'e ofone wit?sut a lngtoaitdey. "easie eonmmenoMt bulles orh his own aesu? bis firat worhk hetl-g.o pay ob-hble lashe'e dbi t Hre became parter Sa. Irm uel- viltnee.. sd &fera keg sad hbnourobloe ceabe, anmseed a for tune of L1ST.000.° Speklkg of his ather ana of one of hb fathers b leeds 'Raskin writeo: "They ws 'boath fl.wle typ al the a oadle citilen of thelden dLaye meorumtioble proud with senord hsd hemble pridr, 'heay In tiher nnetlon and poWiton pluio( oda? ytheir total a elrgy ino uthe detail oltheir buseas duties, end finde...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 9 September 1887
H"Esltf a CSrt.toc shlo uod ttpidlaI 'Balm o Itqu odfo.; laaaalduo f my dug to `t16 u'y mlItnqob tolea woed. al simy ,O. III sad: .olol. !W (M" h.btaa djiqucrtoag ~aua moos oflu linaC fr e oa ml of d a0014. mu. ' ptpai oAlldno o mv,.ma~w' .ItN WL.J '6., 1..o to' *.lglkCI DUNSO$W tS baL UQOlahii`O1 '.Mi. mad t CI. pu botllý. Of al cbmmhW~~ -lA~IY) ii lt'qt .' 0 N ' U M P '1 I 0 And all DISPASeI of the i ?EST BSoemofrlly treated a OIrsBOB R&AD ORD, 163 oollna street weet, n r. Ipewoer Itrel. Years of Bright, Happy, ?ni. Vigerous Life . .. HI Hove been gives to Thousands!! who believed thd.t health hopelessly gone I!?? If to~ o efrongf Iondig?se?oo; UIUUt . and ?ldney dforders I It yo have athmtloe Symptemea DlObe s' Brithln and eeH rt Palpittion II ,U yeon re brok down owi Goat. iebuma?im; Labsegol I. "-. 1 ??H Io yeu are Iorteurd with Violent NedahegI lemeo and N ?r.oon Ir rotllbit y ii If you are weak and lagirld, 004 onid a he' with ouor dlIly dailee 1IIII SI you are gloomy...
AFTER SEVERAL YEARS. "Stoke Ferry, January 9th, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 9 September 1887
AFTER REV'LAl ' aIA!LH. " Stoke Ferry, .Tananry 9th, 1884. " Gentilenen,-I have used eitrel's Syrup for several years, and have found it a most eflicacious remedy for Liver complaints and general debility, and I always keep some by me, and cannot spenk too highly in its praise.-1 re main, yours truly, " Harriet King."
TEMPERANCE SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 9 September 1887
TEMPERANCE SPORTS. The sports in connection with the iennebitry Temperadce Association took place on WtednIsday in the show ground, Tatura. Pretious to the edmnlendenuent bf the spirts the members of the various temperance bodies foimed themselves into marching ordeli, headed by the Bushworth BrAss Band. T~he handi baps were Well coiintsted, and redlted in some vety tlose finishes. The Shel leld HandicAp Was Won by Delsay, With i"ydos second And Ditxo third. "h the ralf-,Mile RatA, Itihartdsoni 'with 40 yaids stait-, anled An easy 'invne', Wilson and 3S Byrne rtnnidg i 'dela heAt. he6 ItdtJde shate Was won by J. O'ie'illy tiydnytt t go!od second. 'The tLidiles brAcelet tell to Synnott.: 'with iklecahy setdo0hi t the boya"' lace, 3i. in! #as the 'ltae of the boya to breast the tape, *ith .. Lnotkwomt iecon4 4 After a ?ell da ntested trial, vonaroy, of littonga, AAbl J. O'Reiliy, 'of Tature, dtil'ied the ittakes In the High Atirhp. Conroy tceared 5tk die., 'hile O'Rdilly $lt. tin. he ...
How the Grand Old Man Gee[?] to a Party (LONDON CORRESPONDENT OF THE "NEW YORK WORLD.") [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 9 September 1887
0ow the Orlnd 014d IMn Gee to a Party (, cOIHnoe oo) rPOIDnnHT OF TUN " Naw s tole woaLD.") It was the Queens first garden pasty since the death of her husband, and it was a gorge ous susqcse. The question of dre-s vexed many aristocratic minds, for the Queen had ordered morning dress, and many seemed not to know exactly what that ws. 'A number. of noble Lord remembered what ' had been done as the' lit garden partth nd appeared in old-fahioned swallow.tail anld gIre troumers.. The effect we pleasingdo though elegant youths in- their modemr fock ooeato appeared to be mslh smened. h .The su?ee of the day was Mr. Oladstone. That grand old man paid no attention the emyal commesnds but appeaued in his regulation outfit, light trouser aend black coat. IfJrming an excellent compromise between the swallowtti *enad a Prince Albert A'bright red roe adorned his buttonhole. Hi' flow of splrits was gret, end he looked mth yungser tbhan the Quclnu. In' tat,.. he looked lmounger thso ay of those w...
YARRAWONGA PASTORAL SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 9 September 1887
YARRAWONGA PASTORAL SIIOW.Y. The fifth annual show of the Yarra. wongs and Border Agricultural and PAItoral Association was held on lst inst. The number dfo ehibits was 50 per cent. in excess of last year, and the Whole affair compared favorably with previous shows. There Wdis a large at tendahce, although it rained all day. There Wete some splendid exhibits in dfraullt shd blood stockl shorthorns, bnd Ayrshlir cattle, and also sheep and ponltry> The machinery was a special feature ot the show. In draught stock the flst prize fell to Messrs. Shitrls and Rnng?stf Youanmit, 'who exhibited. a fine hodre by yontig ivanhoe. Mrs. Ambrhos carried off all the lndies' prizes In Ihe several contests. the principal prizetaker in Ayrshires was Mr. John Bond, of Broadmpadows, who also showed his wonderful dairy 'ciiv Daisy which'was exhibited at the last National Show, Melbourne, . The exhibits in this class were ekeeptionally good. In merino sharp Mr, Is. E. Kinsey, of Barnmah, wa the most s...
A G[?]tic Catastrophe. (IRON) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 9 September 1887
A Otrantio Catastrepbe. A warning voio e lrased gailnas the India. criminate boling for ateral gas in the United States A correspondent predicts an overwhelming disaster o the ecotions of the ouont.y occuplsd bl she natural ga wells, and is so positlve in hi useertione that he urges the calling of an extra session of Congress to take some actleon in the matter; According to him, further boring for natural Lu should be prohibited by tnlnglnt' laws. The good people of Ohio and Indiana, while trying to develop the Sgt meganioee, do not take time to consider. he eas, tsha thay are toying with a force that mar destroy their country and themselves. The denser that impendisn well known to scientilts. Two hundrd years ago in China there was Just such a cra?u about natural ie as thereezilts in the United States at the present day. Gas wells were sunk with as much vigour am the Celestlale were capable of; but, owing toa g? explosion that killed several millions of people, and tore up and detr...
THE DISASTER AT EXETER. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 9 September 1887
TIE DISASER- AT EXETER. rpu.:-. London., Sept. 6. It has heen afcertaineld that the fire at the Tlheatre Royal; Exeter, last hight, was caused by the ga*zo in -the scenery igniting. It is estimated that there were about 800 persone in the theatre. When the flames Were'extinghishedb a fearful spectacle was presented inside the theatre. A numbnlr of menh, women, and childlren had evidently become wedged in an immovable mass at the gallery exit, and had h Ieen overtaken by the flames. Their truggles to escape must have been terrible as sone of them were literally toif its pieces. Dur'ng the piogress of 'the eoidlngtrn tion many noble attempts were Imade to rescue'the victiis. Tlie lois of life wAs ashost entirely onnfined to the gallery ; and it I? believed that fully 140 persons perished!. Further details are of the most Ap palling character. In searching the ruins a chaired mnas of bodisn was oundql wedged in the gallery staircase. The actors ard actresses who were per forming whien ...
A Saller's Farewell. (Original.) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 9 September 1887
(Ostel i.) Have lyou so o"e o t me wt@6 keepake : Tht« I may Ve0.d ba aw say wih me A f'le m,,lhwe dat oveoTtae , Th shll iAl4 rolee jprvO loBd lad ms e, atnt wk% lmpt stea r eml I hlAk ok thee H«Naveyd hi. ftoo wakewy ilto Joy'. 2htlis I may tlhk eec ubIM #i away ' lha I. oed"Mw *lg wekb I may =neoy ., Is wen rnmemetae o?h hour b d day Tht &lt;slae Iv relove, foMIddi o. to IUSY l H ave BIo how* &ed wra eett saabond e ,r * ! ID u' I nttl kito-b ItB*,lll IO mil, , '15 woede p mill lalteg-b h er ys hey Iselol. It eod wtillelt*ee r-b bar e theyMell., H«rJmud s iBmo«t--.d·ll? her o fhL b»M~tu .U wedel eeeuilhedtttrhd ebaMrn * lrl thmy Nol lardeel, mNe lwirso tL.:: * dtnbn, .... ..., --t..Twmewuooe
Vital Questions!!!! Ask the most eminent Physician [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 9 September 1887
Vital questions !I!! Ask tAn most eminent Physliian Of any school, what is the best thing in the wotld for quieting and nllhying all liritation of the nerie?; and cuiing all forms of nervous COmplaints, giving natural, childlike refreshing sleep alwaysl And they will tell you unhesitatingly "8oo iform tof Igf 'j II ! " oHAPTER I. Ask any or all of the most eminent physicians " What is the best and only remedy that. dan be relied on to cilre all diseases of the kidneys and 'i?tnry organs; such its Bright's disease, diabetes, retention, or inability to Yetain urine, and all the diseases and nil inents peduliar to Women ll" And .they will tell you explicitly andt 'emphatically " BI?rhAt Ask the same physicians " What Is the most "reliable anl surest care tda all liver diseases ordysppsia '; con stipation, indigestion, biliousness, malaria, fever, ague, ?o., ?and they wilt tell you : Maswdatwel 'br .2Ae?relfo II Hench when these remedies are combined 'ritlt others equally anleunble, Afd...
How England Compete[?] with France and Germany. CONSUL GRINNELL, AT BRADFORD. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 9 September 1887
kMew . gla i o| li Wk peto th l e ?Iu0 CoNrEL (XnnrNL, AN BnioAoDlN .England in proportion' to her populatiou and weaith ii teen'heavilt aed thtn Gr maun and'rirance. England i not burdened with compaulory uiilitary servioe, whtch is Imposed upon all men In i(Gee?anyged rance forsee to -deve yea, s Ankdfroa the number .oi workmen ananllU'takea -awa from tlabnr, ,hev.t andin , arm, thu created iLtaupportd dimIt erindireoip' br ther eto.thj peopl,. doo timt ieaesi chimp .?,jlod sn ai Oe?emomy and '.ch e, pife ', ja. e In .,l oe'wberh??l'hmpoerta. 'ton o? fool prodna ' l ubjrect u O?xeu already cotinderable md recentlyr aulmented: The condltlon of the waieWii atlsU"ee i the Bradford,, distriot I o reborted 'xcep. tInally good.:: Among the peoplegreat mood has beeqn soompUehed in foandlu cuffe. taverns, which hawve. eidlyý Increased i fayonr, and hbve done more than eaythin. else to oobuterct .the evil effecta of gin and beer saloons.,
D[?]ron [?]athing. (KPOCH, U,[?].) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 9 September 1887
(anoca, .a.) Professor Proer, ene of the eet dietin galshed phdoieole -. ofG Omeu,,: eand .pcoeia aseed or obi expeimete on the poesm. of repi?e,....i tm a recnt article oe hygiene :--,", tle nne of the many inooondeteacie of civilleed men and women that wherme neglect of cleanliness in clothing or foed is considered unpardonable, they do not hsieate to breathe itr which reeke with~Bish of the woast desrptiet." What is tie saoue of thee atmsoespblo impuarlete Tteeo are averal noaomes. "Oe is the devitalised .air. carged wish carboeio sold soa, that is enetetl aIhaled romo somr pair ot lul. • Prof0esor Huxley says a to bO supplied.with rrepiralory air ia a fli state of prlrty, everyt mn ought to bhave at least 800 Nubic ft of spaco to hiumelf, sad that spece ought to be freely aeessible, by direct or isdirec henoande to the atemseee." NOW, if we comal.r tat "a eiaol .eem .t h wide, iad long, conalc onl T cabl ft of air, "..we anderesead bow shamefulll most human being are olrgen.•lar...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 9 September 1887
IRPORTANT ANNOUNCESMENT LAKE COOPER HOTEL, R. F. WILLIAMS BEGS to intimate to the residents around Corbp and the public generally that he has purchased the hhnvo well-known hotel from DIr. J. P. Nolan, and trusts by strict atten tion to business to merit the same ainount of support thit was awarded to his predecessor. First-Clans accommodation for all who may call. Only tVines and Spirits of the Best Brands Dispensed. Good Stabling, with attentive Groom. W. FARAGHER BEGS most respectfully to announce to the residents of Kyabram and sur rounding district that hle has started business as a Wholesale and Retail Saddle and lHarness Maker. Collars made to order on the prenlises. NISH andl HARE STREETS ECI-IUC A. ALES, WINES, and PI'iITS of thd BIEST QUA\I[TY. FREE STA BLING. P. SWAAVNELL, . I'ROPM1ETOR. Notices. G OULBUrlN VALLEY COACHi FACTORY, alinl-street, Mooroopnn, Hoyle, Lea & Lunmmis, Proprietors. Every description of Vehicle mlde to order on the premises at the shortest u...