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The Kyabram Union. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 9, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 9 September 1887

PUBXIBHIRD EVBER FRIDAT. FRIDAY., SEPTEMIBEI 9. 1887. A very important notice of motion by Cr. Wilson, was omitted in our report of the last council omeeting. Tile motion was-" That levels be taken and estimates prepared for cutting one mile of drainage channel from reservoir through Mr. Hogan's land into tile sandbank. for the pur pose of carrying off the flood water brfore the approaching summer." We would rsgscat that Cr. Wilson's action should be endorsed by the residents'of Tatura, in the shape of a petition of the council, calling on theml the urgency of abating the pro bability of the spreading of the epidemic of typhoid fever in this district again, for without some efforts are tnknn to drain the town we must of a certainty expect a great harvest for the medicos. We' learn that a private trotting match will take lance on the Taturia Racecourse on Wednesday nexthetween Mr. P. M'Cormick's ch m' and Mr: M. Walnhe's rn b for L10. Tihe distance is 10 miles andt to be'driven in bu...

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

Notice.: I 1TEREBYJ giie nti?'that I intend ito CLOSE my SHOP; at 4 p.m. every nSaturdaysj . J. FORSYTH, - G' T ieral Blacksemith. Tatura;:2lth Augist. . Church 'Notices. i CHURCH OF, ENGLAND T ..e{ TATURA. ..... The Re.. Mr..H. HEFFERNAN will PREACH on Sunday at 11 a.m. and at 7 p.m,.,: and, at Toolamba at 3 p.m . "",. PRESiYT RIAN CHURCH. The =Rev . 'CAMBERS will PREACH at Girgarre at 11 a.m., and at Tatur#.st 7;,p.m: ' , 13 .Aý,ti. l' ch 'MJ I'S6 IO. The Rev. J.: '"'' SNEYD 'will PRIEACH in.' the Mechalnics'-hall, T'ltura, on d~rndsay imorning next at 11 Newir'?ispensary, KYABRAM . T HE ,Proqprietor. respectfully notifies Stbat he,,hasopened a Dispensary, at Kyahram,.,with a:full. stock of Drugs, Clhemicala, and Patent Medicines, whilch will be on sale:4t 'Melburne piices.. ! 1 Prescriptions prepared iwith:c ae. '': 'T'eeth akilfully FEixtnced Filled, or -t,,pped?hlliia'ges'modeiate. " Orders with cashi osstamps will be sen.t by return.post.__ _._ . - R. .W. FAtITHORNE, CHEMIST A...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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THE GOLDEN HOPE. A ROMANCE OF THE DEEP. 'I drea[?] a dream that was [?] all a dream. CHAPTER XV.—TOUON AND GO. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 9 September 1887

•A DOMNO R O,-iiEX DDm . , rI'l fa dn'iL rLa "enllr l d .', C' I,-' ..t- alwr ealae sW.m'.' c e C-na ZV.-TooOnaIun Go. Safseee rmled'fore e tim In 'th ai after Gapitar Weeke h lel It. e80 stesh of She vi nerych1ta the is erti we mixed up is the pte hAt dn from 'l eie o'e his adr doen6 tshe eea of SlUt i os ithat e whoh h lldi-' . back s lipg p cf-the-a pet IheiaM oalen ddfnll 'ip'fq l ·herumlo· hifdo"falna_--.? it wa, witha ? t il that he? ' tile s(tWh sataid She dalcinfg light ed hadowe' ibhe bieakn des, o L pitatoegnl iaLtge l of ' 11 hialongvnaioehe hid siviled 'uon9.' eand ev l Was ut a smal n oe in whic? tio enquiter the tall aufte of ,he, vc ooe rae sowsild have to trnvert' I' eo. i, b .ritiO -uas the *il(fltea "of'bli ed.nton' tl eneol ofth tre. n. nlc an iol»p he siperception of Lbe drislaje. whi ilght atited It, grsw upone him, o ,~l4l li filth in the trilii of his nrea inl rIe, nd hie belief in hie Maker's gazrdallnhip of him e.: dit d iritlc ba that bd himedIf in days whs...

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THE FORGED CHEQUES: WHO STOLE THEM? TOLD BY AN EX-DETECTIVE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 9 September 1887

THE FORGED CHEQUES: WHO STOLE THEM ! TOLD BY AN EX.DETEOTIVE. .i bad been about three years in the de tcite line, and I was thought to be a pretty eo bhand in special case. .I was often called -.The Swell D.,' because, somehow, It h"ppened that I was aasle ploked forepecial dasy when there weu anpthig on fool in which real awellU-lords and ladies, and such like, you know-were concerned. -" One day I was pat on a case of forgery and -.bbery. I wee sent off to a fine house in the -?th of London, and I was cautioned to be er careful in my behaviour. The chief told m it wea a serious but a delicate business, -d the gentleman I was to serve didn't wlsh ehave the matter noised abroad. Of course 1 took the hint and went. The chief had told me I should put on my - 1t appearance, and I did to before I went p: to the dor of the houte. When the .ervant opened the, door, I asked if Mr. Aetey was eat home,,and when she told me he we-though I knew?it all the lime-! told be to say Mr. Crinly, wish...

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

_" HEMP 1 MANILLA s, E TWINE OP ;QU Ai Ia__. y.- _ __ 8.. ý JýýQý( E:ý kLý IIOR~IB .p ·?iiie~· ~ :'''~~Pii 8~ " p..S0 _ L"ý::-.AT.._ 'bt j y; CJOF~Y 4UL.1 GQLD.Mý D- &ý TPeYVlL , FRANCE. 't AV- ,cosA IE'^ {,!l!ý;rtd I`ýý` S~ t 1ý "ýN~ L -+ý `Q "( `V '1.1'ý, s~'illd LATS. N CTORY IUY.187 GLDMEDL.& ROP~ ;u',;I0, RACE DVANG4c:. ,1W'OTT,, GR AIN, &A?.' RT'OOK,;ST/A/TION PRO 1)UCE on nil kinds. Z. admpanyn(L-imitd) lo OAJpi'TATOtI, .":1?': 002.' 1< ,500 600 RESIERVE IFUN'D, :'t: T £27,000, -Make Liberal Cash Advances on " .ocq 1u Rt c.tin>T)Se?ýitien;rs; V ?. i Enisuing Clipa...oLWool, Grain, &cc. ,Z .IFORIRS LE':in MELBOURNE Or .SHIPMIENT to LO NDt`N. 'li ieiil n in f on! h rP alarll Auction i!.alt'i .of Fiallow, Hides, Sheepskins, Leather, &c.,. three times a ra:?iNpek:t through thtllh?year,.pt.::1u-,di'. i 1t ,muýit!ttingp,,Rlesi(ln, Gralng EFlour, &:. held every Wednesday. . .13AVID',EI1DER, .Manager. •.r-ndilTY "OQ' TGHUS...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 9 September 1887

T83 !VO2O3kN iaLA COMPAN UNITD - O. :hLL1efIAfEllSlS.-u.' I, ?, T ledbdIr am, eMA .i Sd opAIISCU i. ct ,.- ;l.u~C*u.i. a rsit ea t rin H ·rilt lci, Y1 ,' l " _ a . n f s . SW.l' lea·pw . J.o.f o 'Orlipi: J·oba NoodLe~L. S d}Pee aý. if W at >'ft fyP~eays ,d,." w".. .. w"ý' i;1;. fy~~tks:}:e y.:.; L Y-.T: i * M~.. r tai s=.,rM:"".n !. ....:".) n. " I' 0. QISib^. . w.. r Ogtc-tp ctLs: (tir 5t -. - BB OBB. 0.. 0r '-aUbmoeind gbil~Oii~~~ - Pioi I Plalaan ir~ , :.,.rot 1.12 to in6 le`rl,>b lafb K UANSI a. 335015. Mam11P. IgteUo1B nONOEd IrWEsalt.aun doer IaBUPOSl flOW LlU~dMU!rkhlP 30 1..e. and em,, ' 'Ole , /. ;.a beef tr.dr f bmoandOss swoodm klsw ogaof eoting mdim a. Nookl lueswotl. sfoo o.g oa.; fleeolold a.ddciefl-, Osillaeoa.O ea.t.foarth jest £mm1ilaeb.Sheloo .t flOTSIN1. ALL PARTS OP THE COLONY, Qty Suburba~, sadOoO.tuy., J&1110 .sd s1e of Ylgeourlo. Yslnolkoo rssu' As.. lattop.) `Lair. htl of Bayus !Of Csountr ri .3 .A. .." A. T O "W.:NIE ,ND, per , · DBuNoaaT. _ } ...

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[?]PING FROM THE CLOUDS. (NEW YORK [?]) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 9 September 1887

SBldwInI. the aurgeaa..-ossid all previous pedrisanaen Ia i. g·ea t ,jip as Q-in-aon .t .Ipwhi?c,--poe .mesa --thee.w-,es peeWd or dvuefid,.The lgbw wedhiek prevailed, di.the de le Sthe asoenalon of the b bllsoi.and pebidlle p vent the Jamp. 0 aea-Lha the waiting tihosand' aloest et nve '•c.aleg a man killed, but itwas meke .or bhak1 with-Bald win. bo. hordl fter 4 eo'olook, he entered the beakst, the linee were cut and The Ci?y ot; Quincy. a ,hib balloon ,we nasmedo'eo slugissily.. bkearing eastward. A,. tberes hiser she timmed nis, and.,wen wallp Baldwin begnL.ksprieprai.ise for hbi Isip. He polled Ilh.e-lack oa$ g .ie lines of his pachuse, and lets them alone. His evesr movnmeat wa. watched with th' keeanet interest: r When the balloon passed 9,0001:. the orowd gave up, aod had Baldwin not cod sinsed to Wrok-at.hls parachute, ei milght have gero to thedoge fee all the crowd cared Te ballnoon ham, nbd he n t atitude of neoaly 5,0 01, when'thoe whiteoperachle a 8tin fored, the ball...

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The Premier Permanent Building Society. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 9 September 1887

.' . , - ..., **..mK-Wy,,^ , AwovIR' Tbr P tewiat IlPa.*t $Mld tu,-ora iSWb rl ita°ldiw l& (nmnth ee atiirntba f thi hir. Tr .Mo.t.r (yr. JM [jr r- od tbat, the ,tol, iofwa bor b h* r » petiae, M,,b me. a8w, .of : ac hol t, bold properties. 199 ups fixedl dopoeit, Li,161 in .the a:I bank bri.bj ,L4lIlO "-: PS.Wmt. ,tq oWpitat 6aoent, hd L1,4043: AsC9p1WmnntaU umlo.a* Dloma he mouh, BTcof tb« 1. 'ze&d shuel ba. ran ioated, 471'40 &«( *Pa 10.. paw bhat, Man fiftd-. Iss e«cmin of U. -Tbhe.ad;ale basb ,poed I uL She ,-.La6, oonteibatitg. aba. Ths Pild-up capit .Ud..bes..iM?mad b, 4.l 4pin al t . Gmonab,. amd thoe rol Iaum grtit d.oa »Jss tableNfw poymant (fr the S-o sdiod amooeeeatl Lr8.0.OO ..The wro r ti?q?yre$aU rep»,e, etbalt sloea thb laut mst. s- * fLho|l4.»opty t l * t b.Mtbot * h o LOO Ad .eold wilia .?-.-pa * itarv.prga of 400O for the *ba WalrOift Arn» is evan ore sema ainsl, il AmroI.nbhm heso. Has ia 1 op. of f :sirc?lr, noatully iausd ln boa of Ib ch...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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THE BULL WAS MASTER THERE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 9 September 1887

THE BULL WAS MABTER THERE. A formidable band of bailiffs visited re cently one of the laiget farms in the dietriot of North Welee now disturbed by the tithe war. On presenting themselves at the door of the house the bailiffs inquired from the servant if her muter wee at home. " No, he is not," anSwered the servant " IS your mistress in '" "Yes, she is. Do you want to see' her' Upon this the mistress of the house, a smart, sprightly women, made her appeerance. "Is the muater is" gain inquired the bailiffs. "Oh, yes, sure," wuas the ready reply ; " would yon like me to send him to you tl " if you plraue, miseue." an. swered the bailiffs. "Will you no into the yard and he will be with you directly."' The farmer's wife then closed the front door and prased through the' back to the farm build.' aurs and unloosed the bull, which cameroar ing into the yard where the bailiffe. were awaiting the" meeter" "There, that is the maeter here," called 'out the dame, as the re. preentativee of the E...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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HOW MEN DIE IN WARS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 9 September 1887

HOW MEN, DIE IN; WARS. A Washington .oorreapondent of the Olncinoati "Commeralrt Gazette" has been comparing the statistics of the lose by 4eath of Union soldiers during the rebellion, with the mortality of other wars. Reports sw that hat the Northern apd Bouthern armies met In over 2,000 skirmishes and .battle. In 148 of these confliote the loss on the N~dersiladewas.over 600,men. and in .at laut, ten bgttle. over :10,000 en were Ipported 19apston eabh aide. The appended -table shows tt the combined losses'of the ifederal.ad Coafederate forous, n.. killed, w.ounded, and missing, nt the" following eq. gagements were.:-;bhloh, 24,000; Antletam, 38,000; Stone River, 37,000;, Obshel Irsville, 28,000; .Gotyaburg, .54.000; qthenarnanos, 3.o000; u'Cilan's Pentl pla:;eamppign,. 180,000; , and Shqrmane aimpnaiga. 12,000. Waterloo was ,one of the. most ..dperate and bloody fields chronicled inu.?uropean history, and yet Wellington's easualties were lees than 12 per cent.,: his losses belog 2...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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WILD SCENES IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS. (PALL MALL CASETTE.) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 9 September 1887

li) )BfiItENi i OUBM s Um i7? .-+?,?'z'J -..M. + " .... :; .ll ·.a .. .-·B: 6 ;iO· .. _ Oneot'the meest eztraordiasry inoidesle; aad onetof the sturemiet sittlnOE s-the sajlon isarMorded -beow. , The night alto wethosaxemhaleika Thscet i e eatst of menas car.e. d . est about middight. Mr. Bouly, who has m'aur' fited Intelsee feellugthrosgou th b. disss' Mit o tshe fourth etause; wee makilganother strong apeech'b suilnt it, when he-ineldeo. tally exclaimed,.:" The Irish Secretary need "Order yourslf,'" replied ar Irish member and " If I had dietingiebed the hon. membee who made the Iasi obeervtioo. ,wnold moet deci'edlyI haw insicted uopn its withdrawal," taa he waranig whioh'followedUdirsotieu Chairman Coureya.,r. Mr aotmaoi, thie iLn?ed,. bt so.ceTy,in a •onitiatore aaer. Mi. Dillon nelxt rising, some slight, aot of" Divide--divide I" came from he nieteiial beuches, which provok ed sngr e of Order I':from the Parnelite quaoter nra.tlhe,ee ptulint mect of a "Plan of t ?rpalran" aooi...

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AN ANCIENT NAVAL HERO. ADMIRAL SIR PROVO WILLIAM PARRY WALLIS, G.C.B. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 9 September 1887

AN ANOIENT, NAVAL HERO.,, ADMIRAL SI3. PBOVO WILLIAM PARRY WA1A18, O.C.B In spite of his amety-seven summeon Admiral Walls Seande on the drab and yellow pavement ..e i obhesrfl entrance bell toswelcome you ln perso to FPastgton. His memory l every whit m elear as i was when he fought eighty-two years slope as a middy of fourseen on the blood.a'aiaed decsk of the Cleopatra, and he iedals" the eo of a stick as he takes yoe It the ittle setudy, where the soft summer brease plays through the open oasements with hib saowwhilte hair. Yea ,lt down n, one of the easy cbatrd, but your host takes. a feales luxnrloa seat by the tabe laden with' volumes of naval history whloh, natbrally enough, eater largely Into the sompsitioa of hib library. Sir Prove Wallis has etill the ruddy onunteanaoe o' amen of middle age ; he wears a well-.fttBlg sale dark twee and a cool striped linen waistsoat he speaks of e-elving the news of the victory o' Trafalgar while cruising in the Cambrian off Antiguaas If h...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 16 September 1887

bhristmas Island is situated in the India| Ocean, 190 miles south of Java. It was recently visited by the British surveying steamer Flying Fish, and ie not known to have been explored before, unless poslibty by omes shipwrecked crew. The.captain ays:' that no large animals nor traces of any could +. be found, and of emaUll reaures she moee formidable appeared t- be abhe crabs. "A . few cooks end hene were landed,' he' sells us. "bet u she crabs immedietely bgrn to chua them, I doubt if they will suryvio. He adds thas these crabs were very plentiful, "'and appeared equally at home rfunuoingp over the saclffes and climbing up the tree. Theyr wren very ravenous, pouncing quickly on a dead garneL and devouring other injuroed crabe, and they meus be terrible enemies to the birds generally." It is menotoned as a remarkable fact that no mosquitoes were noticed on this tropioal island. Large forces of police and military were despatched to Ennis (Ireland) to attend the proclaimted meeting t...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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Longevity. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 16 September 1887

Longevity. Y. Flourena (secretary to the' Academy of Sciences,' Paris), in his volume on the sub. Joot, ooneiders that he has found a scientifi basis for the opinion that it (human life)' should be fixed at 100. ie regards she union of the bones with their 'epiphyes,' or soft. extremities, as showing that an animal has reached the end of its growth, and cemparing hibis stage in life with its termination, in the camel ithe bore, the ox, the dog, and the cat, he arrives at the conclusion that every animal (mammalia)oughs to live five times the period. of Its prosees of rowth. Thecamel, he says, nrown for about eiaht years, and dies at forty. The hors five, and dies at twenty-ive ; the ox four, and die s twenty. In man, growing ceases at a.out twenty, and this multiplied by five gives one hundred as the normal duration of human life. The improve ing rates of mortality seem to show this ma?. really become the role. Professor Humphrd table (published as a supplement to toh !British Medic...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 16 September 1887

Neasousaeld -e Trath. The method adopted n arrivigor at a ooa alusion as to what is troth and what ba untroth to a pretty sale indiaotion as to the ysale of the eonolusioo arrived at, The late lamented author of 'OConingby" sayr In thbi connection that * Sidonia was a ersat philo sopher, who took oomprsheerive views of human affairs, and surveyed every fat in its relative polition to other fat?e-the only mode of obtaining truth." No one can qneeston the rnondoese of sauh a method of procedure. Hence it in that, ae compared with all others, the sffeetlivane, comfort, oheopees, ao?d growing populaurity of Hunter's Dnlnfolant have far and away distanoed the olaima of all its opponenta, being the bent preventive yet diosovered. of impre smells and itnfeotlou diseases. Grooers, obemists, or Samuel Lwe., Collins street wee, sole agems.--[Anyv.] The mediation between Italy sad Abusilnli by Great Brittin has not produced any very satllfaotory reensut. Lady Braal y, In hbe diary now bealn pu...

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Tip-[?]ted Notes. (BRITISH MEDICAL JOURNAL.) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 16 September 1887

TIp.Ulte Nae?a (BRITsH MI?nM 3o A.) The influence of.the shape of a man's noseln determining the good or evil fort-ne of hbi life has not escaped the attention of phbysognomlts. Thee eminent social philosopher, Mr. Shandy, whose lnoubra. lions have attained so wide a currenoy. thanks to the filial admiration of his son Tristram, troly observed that "no family however high, could stead against a son' cession of short nosee ' by " short noses" is probably to be understood that form in which the organ is not only cortalled in length, but so distorted in form that It " t tip-tilted like the petal of a rose." This poetioal simile but: mperfeotly e. presses the true state of the matter. For a abshort time, while the beauatd d dabsle lasts, the tip-tilted nose may be forgiven in a woman, but for the greater part of existence it Is a continual soosl agony to Its unfortu. nate possessor. Snah sofferers will rejoice to bear that their sad ese is not beyond the reaoh of plastlo surgery. Dr. Jo...

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AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 16 September 1887

*AGIIWUILTUBUAL 1QTrr. There isa bitter war between the market Ojrdnsee and the ChinaY" egetable hawkerst Smarkt gardeners are Jealous of the Chinase. For rmas residents in the muburbh of Melbourne have depended for their supply of vegetables on the Chines hawkers, who wait on their customers with' unerring regularity. The suburban resident has no need to seek for the article. There are regular days of the week on which every varity of the choleo-t vega table is brought to his door byr the industrious Chinaman. Latterly, however, the Cbinamanu has developed sufficient enterprise to go in for market gardening himself, and odse that when be is enabled to dispose of his own pro duce straight to the consumer he reaps double the profits he otherwise could have obtained. The European fears his Chinese rival in the vegetable trade, and, in order to strike a blow at the C rket gardener, an att? • made to Lboscott," or, in other words, refuse to supply vegetables to the Chinese hawkers. The ...

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FRAGMENTS OF FUN. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 16 September 1887

FRAGMENTS OF FUN. A very fat English lady boasted that she brought her busband £20.000. " Well, you look it I" replied her friend. " Now that I have got my hay in," said the relieved farmer, " I think the world would be greatly better for a good shower." When the rood Duchess of Leeds re. quested Dr. Drake to say the grace at the dinnertable at Hornby Celoe, he simply replied, " Madam, your Grace is sufficient for " No," said an old maid, " I don't miss a husband very much. I have trained my dog to growl every time I feed him, and I have bought a tailor's dummy that I can scold when I feel likeit." " Oh, mum, the' was an ugly-lookin' tramp kim into she front parlour this mornin' when oi was afther dustin.' " " A tramp l And. what did you do, Bridge T" " O dusted, mum." " 'd like to hae a horse and buggy for few houm" said Snagge to a livep Which, keeper. All right," was the reply. hWhich horse will rou take?" " As I expect to be gone until long after dark, perhaps you had better giv...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 16 September 1887

Why We Advertiso. Because lines are worth advertising. Because we are doing the trade and can stand it. Hundreds of out pumps are in use through. out Australia, nud are bringing peace and plenty to their owners. If you do not know exaotly what sora'ef pump yonu require, write and tell us what you want it to do. We will recommend you the belst for your purpose. and guarantee its adaptability. Everybody knows that out cast end wrourht.lron pipes for irrigetion are the best. Bend for prices. We make allesorte of bells and engineere' brarefoundry. 'John Danks and Son, 42 Bourke st~eeVntes.--ADV.) " ialing oen evit o:olalone used your,Cordlal Bailm o Liquorice, I oonslder it my duty to givo my teatimol y to t wlidertfuolt ,eam l 'or ? auche ls coldla itil the Bairm of Llqudorlonin the house lone of, us eir,~1,ellf a ai oold or cough. For croup in ohlUdrelo n erenew It flt.". J. O. LeaIr, BIth Blghl" DUIBTOEb'S COBRDIAL. BAL OF. 'LIQUOBRIa, Ia. OJ. and IS. 4. per bottle. Of ill cellales a...

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WHAT IT WAS THAT AILED HER. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 16 September 1887

WHAT IT WAS THAT AILED HER. SWhy. BeesIe. ahild,you're look'og li "A case of meules, I'1 be bound, Or scarlet fewer, which is worse They tell me i?'s a.goiog round." " I think I know what's wrong, mamma" The child wish rare demureness said; " The chickeu.pox Is what I's got I found a fedder in my bed."

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