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A LUCID PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 9 September 1887

A LUCID PROCLAMATION. The following sle a proclamation made at the Market Crosu of Inverary, Scotland, lees than a hundred years ago :-" Ta hbey I Te tither ahoy I Ta her three times I I I an' to hoY-Whist ! By command of His Msajty Kina George, and Her Grace to Duke o'Argyll: If anybody Is found fishing about telooh or below to loch, afore to loch, or abint to loch, in to loch, or on to Ioh. aroun' to loch, or about t loch, she's to be persecuted wi' three erabectons : tint, she's to be bumt, ane she s to be drownti, an'then to be hanjg-an' if ever she come back she's to be pereeOnuit wi' a far waer death. God save to King an' Her Grace to Duke o' Argyll,"

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TOO MUCH ENTHUSIASM. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 9 September 1887

'TOO MUCH ENTHUSIASM. "Teaching, to me." said so enthuosiastic oung schoolma'am, ina holy calling. To sow in the young mind the seds of future knowledge nd watchb them as they grow and develop is a pleasure greater than I can tell. I never weary of my work. I think only of--" " I am very sorry," interrupted the young man o whom she was talking "?.that you are so devoted so your profession, Miss lara I had hoped cba some day I mi?ht ask you- in faot. I called to.night to-but I hardly dare go on, in the light of what you "' , You may go on, Mr. Smilh," said ,the young lady, softly. " I am a little too en thnolutlo at times, perhaps."

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A STATEMENT BY JEFFERSON DAVIS. (NEW YORK HERALD.) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 9 September 1887

A STATRMENT BY JEFEBBUON DAVIS. " (tew Ytos: aUn ruo) While the o'ufadeiate (iovemnmet waee,. Mfotgomery,' Alte., in'16181. 1 reeived em a mnonymos latter from Phtladelphta,'the sub." -tahe of Wihioh was that - the Oovaroer of Pennesyivauni had rteaed a noted despered fromu the penitentiary upon the aoudiitios that bh would go to Montomer end assesr. note me, with the promise of a reward of 100,Ordol. iI hbe uencreeded; that after r lease the men seid that he probaily could not stcoeed alone, and gave the name of aenother conviet of oharacter like his own, with who*e aseitanee he felt sure of succeee, and the second convict was released to accompeany Sthe firet. About the time this letter was received 1 wIe going from my oaice to my residence, , when I observed a men equatting down'b Sthe heick wall, which was about gt. high-' and upon which the paling of the b' a reeted. Walking rapidly, I had gone but ' few step. before the position of thie man so impressed me as induced me to so ...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 9 September 1887

"AGI?OU.LTU&L AQ TUI. ir in. prai p i ae , . .shweit nL. The i ryl?glp+ spl ,eerpplee maiwe ha. t i, tea .?aS tmhe suta e Sl id, a lead n ,uhbI hIb manl low-.l. r Imdrs pad. dabs ile cwol. arem a IaIlu pushy, with bhe dvent ofthe warm w ether the laeld will soen wear a more slform sppeaUnoe. PrepIratioms for shearll are belng made on all tatlon la this ooloy and In a few weIekbs work will be n nll og. A heavy slip Is enpected this seaso, asu he ebeephaL e been in exeIlea eondllin rtight through the winter. It I not anlleipated ?bat bhe ?epleyer will bmae say diaoolt n somlag to as amiable arreagemsent with be shearer. In the satter of the regolatioll Shas have been framed by the hbearers' Ueios. A mosh beter feellag appear to prevail between capital and labour I this soloy, than in New Bouth Wales, and when both sides are Inalined to be of a elding disposition, there ad not be any fear of Vietori being visited by anythlae I. he shape of a shearers' strike. Th- Meeum . Chaley...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AN EVIDENT MISTAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 9 September 1887

AN EVIDENT MISTAKE. "The cost amells a trifle meusat Isaac sateo," said the onstomer, throwing it down. " I no achmell dot trifle musty," argued IMr. lesacatein earneatly, " nd my nole vas Iwito so big m yours.'

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SICK WITH ANXIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 9 September 1887

S ICK WITR ANXIETY. Good.bre, my dear." hoisid to his wife as the bell rang for all ashore. " I hope yon will havoa pluaotivoyags with your faiesdn but I Ihall be sick with euiote to beer o your kafe arrival." " Shall I cable from Qaseaucliff, Jobhn? " Heaven., so I Send a postal card.'

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HAS HIM WELL IN HAND. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 9 September 1887

HAS BIM WELL I? HAND. Minister (mwking s cell): And do you always do ae your mamma tells you, Floaele? Flossis (emphatically): I user I do. and so does paps.

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
IN BUSINESS FOR HERSELF. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 9 September 1887

IN- BUSINESS FOR HERSELF. Dry Goode Dealer (no saleewoman): Iwas very sorry, Miss Salinette, to receive your re slgnation. Aren't you satisfied With your place here? Mise Satinette : Ye-es, lir; but I've had, the offer of a better one. Dry Goods Dealer : Well, if it le a que-. tion of salary, Miss Satinette, I would be willing-" Miles SIlnette : It is not a question of salary. sir. Young Mr. Higheoliur of the furnishing dpsartment made me s advanta. Ieons offer teaS evening which I bacepted. I'm to be the Junior member of She firm."

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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WIT AND HUMOUR. POCKETING AN INSULT. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 9 September 1887

- WIT-I AND_ HUMOUIL WoKNNN ntAN" DVLT. ,,:.ksmmal phpFquws times Is li 8liid. vut =to a' sma'b' mald. *¶ ltt , I w~ar otmauIs ra uteMt big deft!r, and I~ocid ..pm, lPumuh s - .' " iawatway did Le imuulg ou r H . tend ma abribe."

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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TURNED ABOUT. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 9 September 1887

TURNED ABOUT. " Wome ar iearsenable areats.'ob . srved Brown, as I ordered another moed -or the bore,.. ' nNow@v Bfore we wwen. msr lesi, weusto t or sh alwr eethegt it wau too eeri fori wa to go hboo. end now I can't io bome eax. enough ,o meit bor."

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COULDN'T BE TOO LATE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 9 September 1887

OOULDN" B3 TOO LTLU. " ?rrty harry t or die Broiwn, Impa Uintly up the stain, " well be too late for ebarob." ' Oh, no, der," replied Men. B., baLtolng her laove Ia she anme down, we can'l be loollo. PIg pot on mu nmow nlit."

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A PLAUSIBLE THEORY. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 9 September 1887

A PLAUSIBLE THEORY. Wife : I think, my dear, this "we bad better call the baby Bill." Husband : " Bili What do you want him named that forg? Wife : So that he will be balled " William" when be grows up.

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HE DIDN'T BITE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 9 September 1887

RB DIDN"' BIT. " No."said Tompklns, " I nolonger eali f Mhn Robinson.' You know she's a fine per former on the piano, hot I get tired of hear.' ior the same piece every time I catled." ' Wht was the piece " asked itmarnb. SMendelssohn'e ' Wedding March.' -

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Western Gambling Saloon. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 9 September 1887

A western Gamblag, aloou. This is the plture an Amrleain' pper Siven us of a Wsternr gamblig saloon - "Behind the counter, on shivieattaohed to the wall, stand inonmerable bottles, taken earo of by a barkeeper i hi shirt si leeves, who keeps auople f rtvolvrs'elways within reach on a shelf below the ouater. Round the centre table are men dreed in buckskin, all eagely aminn with the balk-keeper, who slt it the bhead of the table, right under one of the swaying oil lamps, and deals the cards to the left of ? long Colt's' revolver pissed at his right had. Standing it the bar, loung is and ocasionaly ataba asgi l.:tono? syllablo slang relatin to tabling, are a dose. men 'There is aUtnrh nutterable tedium and dolnese over thebteole proceed. inl. broken now and then bye streg remark' unpleasantly edjectived' by some cowboy who ohas lost iit' That hb eote?es in the world, and who rises ' ulJaFdl fion the card. table to'foln blifellows at thebar and drown dull ea?r, And so the ihtl passes, ...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Correspondence. IMPROVEMENTS REQUIRED. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 9 September 1887

I311RO VEMlETS RiEQUIREID. TO Siii EbiTOI;t. ,Srui,-With your permission I wodild like to ask the liddney Shire corincillors whether they d?nnbt ,devise nltens to imrprOvd the thoiodghfdfes in the tiown of Tatuira? There is an infusion of new blood in the touricil--id ai4, Mr. Chas. Wilson, it gentlenlan fhdl is, I rn frilly persuaded, 'very ijeripidacinds, arid to that respected coundilldr t now appeal to take action in thle mdttdi of street improvement, as there ddu lid no cquds tidn, shodid hld takd tile grievdnce in had.; his volubility and pertinacity in questions appertaning to the welfare of Taitur'a and its surroundings nlight bd iies mnreiuml through Whilh 1" odr wayd imiight ld mendedd" dre another itinter approadhaes. Whether tihe fotpathd could be asplialted, dr thed fosdiays macradnised or pladlied, I will leavd with Councillor Wilson wto 1rdddr over tIefufe tie next meeting of the eotincil At any rate the slough indleidted is id inttolerable rluisance to pedestfians, a...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MINDING YOUR OWN BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 9 September 1887

MINDING YOUB OWN BUSINESSB Ore of the wealtilfel. sad at the same Mm. most charitable, of Amerean bankers and me'rchant was Stephen Girabd, who Eved o' Philadelphi a stw years ago. Hi admired industry as maoh as he p?led, Idlenesr.s,..but no mallttor, how e?sentriie th task he Iet a man, ho loot all good opinion of him if the workman wished so know the why and whiterom of it. Among the many quaint aneedotes related of him the following will not fal touienloet : early one morning, while M. Girard wee walking round the square where the mnibsanle' houses now stand, John Smith, who had worked on hlis buildings in the bnmble capacity of a laboIrero and who M. Giradbi had 'noted for hiem 'ion il "aiotiity, applied to him' for asodftenee,when some. bing like the followiag dialogue, took place : ' Aeiletance-work-ab I you want to work t' 'Yes, ir ; it's a'long time Mace I've bad anything to do.' ,, , ' Very well; I shall glive ye some. You em dam stone yondar . , . 'Yes, air."' 'Very well ;...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE YOUNG FOLKS. THE STORY of an INVENTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 9 September 1887

THE=YOUNG. FOLKS.: BE! STORY rash INVENTOL J-ema.of Glatembeg, tahlemento of the Wbiatg*pirss This i a iibat {batl mi ..iiia in"eaa au, ymas d m l, a ,a how se we be aisrateftl to ths patiet ;tll and wsative elate o t -he mma who lad she s daltioa of bhe ato which we aeaso much dbted for oneof the greatest 'delights of eilie? is was from one Lauemee caste. f'b Ib·t Gagutenberg. lea to makieade eit trps, but ib s was in ble mwn fOetile -asin that this simple invention w adaptd fa teig? r e. LelW Uelo o " a t litle • -ib o sto ry v e r bri o h oga e • is ie 'to ,ela p roty etyaaad M ar aIs amirn. behes of psleget, sed pemevrsanee, soed e·sr.enying toll winning great soeIle, cad I *euld- like to. make yo rejoice in :?a? thing., too. Gutenberg's' home wau at Sies a.' oh' tho baseh of the beauiful arlt ,lso... He belonged toi family of high d_ sand had bees mend in such luxury as -sid be enjoyed in thatrude mediJval time, bUlbi did mot allow surious livind tomake ibu indolent or aembitle...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NORTH-EASTERN & GOULBURN VALLEY AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL SOCIETY. SATURDAY, 3RD SEPTEMBER, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 9 September 1887

NORTII-EAS'TEIIN & GOULBURlt VALLEY • A R'IOiJLTURAli AND PASTORABt SOCETY', SATnRDiAY, 3RD SEPTEMBER, 1887. Preseut-Mesers. Cross (Prebident)j Allan, Menzies, Patterson, Jolhnson, MlcLeod, Drum, Hogan, Strawhorn, t'fgu, Cholie; M?'nhabg; Gellion, Chest @'lt, Cook, Wilson, B&ze'ey, D.*?*l, Bray, and Robinson. The minuites of the pr'vioab" meeting' were feid and confilrm'ed. oORROSPONDE Cl. Froni' the D'epartmmunt of Agricthltul'~, stating that there were n6' more treesd available fo" distrihiftion .--Received. The' Secretary stated that e he had' re ceivOed nmeroii', letters` frbnt ja?lges' ei'nifying their intention Of .ctin' at' the forth!omiing show.-Received. APWi'tNTi3ENT OF. £T*WAttD , ~'le stewards: for the varionu classe?d at the show. Were' appoihtdd front the' members of the cotnmitte. 'The Secretary reported haVihg sent' complimmhntary tickets to' the various? societ'ie; in? the Goulbuti -Valley, and hle' was nlsh instructed to send iivitations' to the M's...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LIKE AND UNLIKE. CHAPTER XIX.—[?] [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 9 September 1887

mutual~h .ne ali t ?'WakLor eaS m s} L -C4i,.r -:» ", isui £h~ideI' It his ahasbset,' w, gI?mede soead bs ie V bie ws dellad~. i i elea?e bsir s them. He s t her to,' ee a mad aises _ a re!U.bse wM.h' id? h wi et nbe. ee r-nsl .·nt~W a ani!r wnbi ae geage -t waas s mamai q, imw bsdene en rh iiod rhehatel she esea nt so l hpeaelhis einnalg seause At-i 'whist slab,t o his tohetre atiiei dasrn sdeo amin r brns Ao. s'.e nseoil d.?o heshsod IAlwe: &eeWlKf aeIaoars lai ,thibs S s-Ir luus mgiamenata as wat na?a inr1.bI stol hs obspd u tha se,*wl rf25Sbs "i. ei evns*o her I~ntl.' oses ise en} aýý h,.?m.., .,.. "Wp ther . salisnid atheboesi 49" .'.Beetle. o baJhI eWr ar ftFllef a o l m tIo rea lido nseti.s e sew1 eani wae the mlo iiN mggsieea We sa.odino to bail a eabl l sltll agraten, relle?t,tilI wt ticautine cabt1 shd aa ountry eleue.. Thr, segI j .s. p pst"r y women, or Isn. •Ia o?,bor soltar venltag were doomed .to .tdni potlatqspel. Her ibaby .e : .?s ?"fe toi a.? wto oid,. a "...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 9 September 1887

":t/' ., , *.d:. .- 'r- T ,ese.1 . ,, .I ¶1' ;."-fI Lat 1 ,adel bddrse ,, IRIr.;.;. CLASS.,AOCOMMO IDATPNl . ., 1"nt~n )nton i v , Tie I ani-Iýtrt al i ýrs iatIy .fIeelted fioum rtime This'-in Mpr~t, ih,-tnlly $leote tron " l .,,;AtecI' ot* the, bes&t ProdmmcemS.it 'I. . :BILLIARDS !; BILLIARDS !! .'BILLIARDS I! 1r / l ""'HOitStlS''nnd DUOGQIES always on '11TflE;"'~ ]vtens~iv and eootfortabhu S.ABL IN'G A' CG L1:Ol'ArIU" 1,1 "'ý; ,', ,. 1 " I, ,: ; I.1 1 . ,1 ./ 'r .",'ý I~ .. HOGAN S 'd;bV)MMLRCJL HOTEL, ttl II OMDA5 TIOd'N lc 1ht inutimaoe (to#le~ srrotnnding.iubhnbtanta' an)ds ..Lpehc b. ne~ally, that Suleipea 'i Aecomumnodlutim~n ' nn M \oderate Obarge& are~ iiae~u eiehity .of tbz~fihat- se hutel .. r* ,. " ; .:+ Jt.&UI'Niqaoma of time 18149 iim mmma and' PruureatQuuli~tyoualy 1. _ , . ' - ", . ,r '- ' .: ·' ' it ", "`RDI IJ DS !i' ILI U)'IW ' ;~ ;BILLIARDS!! I·I· SUPE lIORS1ABLI~vG and :ACOOMMODA'TION,'PA'DDOOKS.' Horses, and Buggies, as; well as Btiggy ...

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