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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. BENDIGO PIG MARKET. Thursday, September 6th, 1894. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 14 September 1894

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. IIENfhIj;O naC MAi~lKI¶l'. l'lcciandiiry, tcL.tcILlciCll LIII, Il rpelor-'ll ce re ri iiil cnxete~oii Yri\.lilir~ If nll~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~li clsc, lcl un ~lroui(I~ liti,, i:ie iecqiiiieilcliit,,,iiii nli eee hit iioi i~l Ilie iii lliinl1 iiip,s~li:,lbC niilIi i(f I lie niiiir,v3.iin:li, iiieiiiiic le or tl~e leniwigiuuenue. Sle nIieliliiiiele ofl eitriL'icl I II1Ceill luiivtrii IlurLunri lulluliug wiuu,l~iiirl, elu ltiii: ii iulnie- equ in l liiil week's hIgh ni ~c. Sto~res reu1 luclehlui yone pig. 'IFC ii~liieg ~llt' lliiiihiet Bill throel cllee.-, nic iily I~euutiie llllPi. chIefly illferlni', nl c elie I it ercly fn;i mci. .hiiley Cnltle--uohy ii io~enhurue qepplly.

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. WHO WILL PAY THE LAND VALUE TAX ? TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 14 September 1894

: .. CORRESPONDENCE. : ,·: -4------. WHO WILL PAY THE LANI) VALUE TAX ? TO TIE 'DITOIR. SSir,--There is abundant evidence in the election' addresses arid speeches of candidates for parliament now before the country, that the question of Land Value Taxation is becoming the burning ques tion of the'dny. 'Amongst all classes of people' the question is everywhenr coming toithe front in discussion. Three-fourtih'A of the aspirants for par liamientary honors declare tlhemselves in favor of somr portion of the public re Teutte from unimproved land values. ,This tax is now in force both in South Australia and in New Zealandd, its adop tion in New South Wales is only a mtatter of a few months, the present Tasmanian Ministry is pledged to follow tihe example. and tie demand for it in Victoria is now almost universal ; but whenever an election occurs and tie subject is broughlt 'proniniently before tie country,- interested parties try to frighten the farniers by telling theim that tle tax woul...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MR. W. H. WHITE AT ECHUCA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 14 September 1894

MIR. W. I. WHITE AT TEC[HUCA. On Saturday evening AMr A. W. IH. White, one of the candidates for Rodney, addressed a crowded meeting of electors in the 'Tem perence Iall, and during the proceedings much ellnthusiaism was evinced. The chair was occupied by Cr R. F. Scott. The candidate retuirned thanks for their attendance that evening in such large num bers. In reaerd to his candidature, he might say that he felt somewhat dilflident at first in nccepting their invitation to contest a seat, buhot as his candidature had. in the first instance, received the support of thi Triple Reform League, aiIl, in the scond intallet e. of numerous farnmers resident itn all parts of the electorate, he had decided. despite con siderable trouble and incenvenilence, to give the electors an opportunity of saying whether or not he was a fit and proper person to re present thom in these times of trouble. Among the leading questions that woull come up for decision ly Parliament in .the future was one whic...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MR. MASON. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 14 September 1894

MR. MASON. Mr ,. WV. Mason, one of tihe candi dates for the Rodney electorate, addressed a well attended meeting in the Tatura AMechanics' Hall yesterday afternoon. M\r Thomas Hogan, who was voted to the chair on the motion of Messrs ,V. Ryan and Stuart Murray, briefly intro duced the candidate, wllo, lihe said, had been a friend of his for over thirty years. He respected hint as a thoroughly honest and sincere man. Mr Mason, who was received with applause, said lie had been induced to come forward by an influential and nunuerously signed requisition fromn people who had known him for 314 years. On a previous occasion he had declined, and on this occasion lie also firmly declined until lie had ascertained beyond doubt that Mir John Morrissey I would not be a candidate. He had been met on his travels with the qnestion " who are you opposing, Webb or Murphy " He would say at once lie was opposing no one. If elected he would enter parliament thoroughly inde pendent and pledged to no pa...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TATURA & G. V. AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 14 September 1894

TATURA & G. V. AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. A meeting of tihe comnmliittee of the above society was held last, Satur"d:ay afternoon in the T''atura M echanics' Hall. 1Mr A. Rl' Leod, vice-presidenlt, occupied tihe chairt, and there were also present Messrs I). M'Leol, T1'. lHogan, I). lleaphy, C. 1V. Wilson, .1. I). Lrve, G. Dunlop, J. A. Carey, 0. OP. Vnlnghan, J. K. Byrne, J.1. Shornis, F. \Villiamns, G. M'Robert, A. aIrron, G. Maokell, J1. Lilford, .I. Alexander, G. Stewart,, .1. Lupton, 1). M'Larty, FT. Lockwood, V. Mllanlling, Brookes, tand the Secretary. CORRntICSPDI, NCE. From Secretary Nathalia Show, ask ing that two judges be appointed to judge bloodn stock and cattle.-Messrs J. l)onaldson and G. Stewart were selected. The Glenlyon, Franklyn and l)ayles ford Agrienltrural Society forwarded a circular regarding the present political outlook. It urged that concerted action was imperatively necessary at the pre sent jlncture to prevent the farmers being further harrassed by d...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RODNEY ELECTION. CANDIDATES AT TATURA. MR. W. T. WEBB. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 14 September 1894

RODNEY ELECTION. CANDIDATES AT TATURA. MR. W. T. WEBB. In tie Tatura Mechanics' Hall last evening a crowded meeting assembled to hear addresses fronm tile retiring umere bers Messrs Webb and Murphy. Mr Thomas Hogan who was voted to the chair expressed the hope thiat Tatura would maintain its reputation for giving candidates a fair and impartial hearing. He then introduced Mr Webb. Mr Webb, who was received with applause, said it was due to the electors to offer some explanation in regard to his political conduct during the past two and a half years; also regarding the intentions of the Government and their political programme, and to give his individual opinion on matters affect ing the welfare of tile country. Looking closely into the financial and social conditions of the people of this colony -two conditions upon which the safety of a country depended-he considered that the difficulties they would yet have to face would be great, although he did not wish to convey tihe impression...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE KYABRAM UNION. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1894. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 14 September 1894

THiE KYTABhAM UNION. 'IrLIirIsur:n I? villY FnIDAY MtOInNI(. -0--- FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1804. Our leading articles and some general news are crowded out of this issue through the necessities of election matter. As the Iferold will not be plublishled again till after the day of polling, we have done all we fairly could to lay Ibe fore oulr readers Ihe views of the calndi lates. The old inenlebrs. Messrs Weblb and Murphy, addressed a crowded mieet ing last evening in IheI Tatira Meclhanics' I lull, andii et with a imost favorable re ceptioin. In the afternoon, Mr .1. W. Mason spoke to the electors in the salne hall, and wvas cecorded ia good hearing. Mr White speaks to-mlorrow evening. Thei lRodiney Irrigation Trust is col lecting the 1893 rate very rapidly. Since the first of Sepltemiber soimethlig like £500 has beenl received, alnd this mntllh promises to be ia record breaker in the dillicult maltter of gathering in nloney. Sollme of the ratepayers appear to lie iliider the imupres...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ROMANCE AND ADVENTURE. (COPYRIGHT) COLLEGE JACK. A REMARKABLE, YET TRUE STORY OF THE Penal Records of Van Dieman's Land. CHAPTER IV. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 14 September 1894

."ROMANCE AND ADVENTURE...;. -";; (- O(COPYRIHT.r) IT iCOLLEGE JACK. b 0 fr'.---'-----~ ° AREMARKABLE, YET TRUE STORY OF TIHE Penal r_ 1ords6fYa, Dleman's Land.' ' -d -5 B r- C?,1'PT1AIN1 L ACIE. .CHAPTER IV. b " He is as dead as a door-nail, Jim, ' aifditwev'insdol'iothiig f`or iihim 'Let us take the. rms ariddpdwderas wve may s need.:them," Tarleton said as lie stooped aiid secdhW d 'i bltacedf pistols :t which were on the dead man.. -, h-l-7 n When the locked room was reached the two outlaws concluded they had I, found the hiding-place of Mary Ed- e wards, and without loss of time they h got an axe and burst the door. They t( were not a little astonished to find in- t stead the dead body of the settler, be side which the oil-lamp, still dimly t burned, and in an instant they realised a the truth. "Our first volley must have killed r him and the girl has.been keeping us at t bay ever since. What fools we have been. We should have rushed the ( house the moment the first shot was 0 ...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TOOLAMBA GUN CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 14 September 1894

TOOLAMBA GUN CLUB. -4--t-- The Toolamnla Gu Club brought its sealson to t muost successful close last Saturday. Althlough the day was very unfavoralole thirteen memlbers turned out, and during the nmorning they bagged no less than 54 hares. Rain then comn menceds to fall heavily, sod stopped shooting. The ihares were very wild, andt the highls wind mide good practice dillicult.. Notwithstandling this the record swas good. Mr S. llcCronn with 1 I kills gaintdl first money, and Messrs S. ani W. Hunter tied for second with it hares each. During the past five y'ears the 'l'ol:tmbas Gun Club has done good work in keeping down the number of Ihares and rabbits ins the distrit. On previ"is occtasios ?they have shut as many as it1l0 hares in oane day, the whole of which were sent to feed the unem ployed of Melbourne. The quantity of grass or crop) which such ai nIumber of animals would CosIsunme is considerable, to say ot lhing of damage to your.g fruit. trees. It is intended to wind up the ...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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PAINFUL DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 14 September 1894

PAINFUL DAYS WVIL arrivei for all those who are pre tdisponl'd rheI natllilll or l'rhumllllatic gont durin. lit, winlter monthlis. ;lbiLg lIIth till' f tIe 'year whell thse ceastl:s? develop with r.enew,.l viole.e,. ',a ovoll a great deal of sulfering, it is advisable to take precautionary measures in time, and to usc remedies that will not only prevent these attacks. but elfectuallyl and iperlanenltly eradlicate these evils fromL the system. lllheLnatismu and rheaIIC tic goutcan only le cured by a constitutional treatment, and a remedy which prevents the anccumlation of uric acid in tile blood, and which will remove this acid if already formed, restoring the digestive organs and kidneys to a norimal and health action. EmLLhrncations, plasters. oint ments, and other local applications itay sometimes afford temporary relief frolm acute pain, but never remove the disease. It is generally considered that W1arner's SAFE Cure is the onlly remedy which effectually and permanently cures th...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 14 September 1894

The "Alpha B" De Laval Hand CREAM SEPARATOR I@pBRAL AGENTS: 18 QUEEN STREET, MELBOURNE. The Separators are the very latest patterns, and combine all recent improvements in Hand Machines, which render them vastly superior to any other make. THE 'ALPHA B,' 60 GALLONS IPER HOUR, is specially adapted for large dairies milking from twenty cows upwards. It has the largest capacity of any Hand Separator in the world, and is just as easy toawork as the smaller sizes. It has a long frame which, being screwed to the floor, renders the machine perfectly firm and solid, and proof against shaking. The bowl is fitted with a cream screw, so that, thick or thin crehmi may be had at will. The separator being so compact, occupies a very trifling space. STHE 'ALPHA BABY,' 30 GALLONS PER HOUR, has recently been greatly improved, and is now in all respects similar to the 'Alpha B.' It is adapted to dairies milking froma ten to twenty cows. A boy can work it readily. Price : Alpha B, £40 _ Baby, £27 10s,...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 14 September 1894

"IMITATION is the SINCEREST FLATT'ERY" The articles most imitated are CLIELMENTS TONIC and FLE T'ICHIIEll'S PILLS. IECA[UISEI they lave the best reptu tatinl and are most in demand by the public. consequently, every dishonest trader tries to trade on their famie and renowin. It is really wonderful that the Aus traliant people are so slow to see the truth as regards the unscrupulous quacks and charlatans who prey on the credulity of the Australian public. Scarcely a week ever passes blt what the press ex poses barefaced and shamieful practices of some of these harpies, yet, in face of all they seemt to' thrive, and the ptper who hounds thetn down most thrives fattest on their advertisements and cracks chalipagne over each balance-sheet. Clcisents Tonic and Fletcher's Pills have never yet stooped to deception andl misrepresentation. They are scien title therapeutical agents, and evidence as to tlheir value can bie found in every dis trict, aud such being the case it is unnecessary to ...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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TATURA MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 14 September 1894

TATURA MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. The monthly meeting of the conmuittee of the above institute was hold last Friday evening, MAr. J. D. Love, " presi dent, being in the chair. There were also present, Messrs O F. tVauglhan, J. J. lianlon, S. Murrny, J. A. AGCarey, W. Hector, Dr MOcCrthy, G. Mehlobert, Riev. J. T'. Bate, and W. Crampbell" co ititEsi'o N \C I':e. A letter was received fromn Mr Neil 1-Huuter, resigning hlis position on the conrnittee, as he was unable to attend the mcetings.-lt was decided to accelt, the resignation with regret. DIr MicCarthy who had been elected a Inellber of coninitteent the former meetl ing, notified his willingness to act. Letters were received fromn Messrs Webb and Murphy. Ms.L.A., irforminiig committee of the annount of subsidy (£25 :s 3d.,) and that it was available. -Ileceived after the secretary hadt stated the governrentt subsidy for 189I: hrad been £30(, and for 1892, £8:8. Fromt the olfice of Titles, notifying thae registration of IMr Vraughaln ...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 14 September 1894

FRANK HOYLE, HAIRDRESSER AND TnACCcONIST, HOGAN STREET, TATURA, - .Opposit Post Office. JOHN GIBB. B AK-ER , :PASTR.YCOO K AND CONFEC TI -O EN' t, Hogan-street, Tatura. BEST BREAD AND SMALL .., GOODS. Weddings, Balls, Picnics, Tea-meet ings, Banquets, etc., CATERED for on the SHORTEST - NOTICE,. ill first-class style, and at ~m'oderite charges A TRIAL RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. Bonus Year. N ATIOTa .MUTUAL AI..A 6ASO - .. .ION. '. ;. Establisheal.1869. - Head Office Melbourne, coner Collins and Queen-streets. The financial year, closes on 0Uth September next. Policies opened before tiha t date have a special advantage over those" conipleted afterwardsr-they share in the Bonus to be declared for the period ending 80th September 1895. .. The Cash Conus already allot&ll to mem bers amounts to £315248 13s 4d, replresent ing Reversionary Bonuses of over £750,000. Proposal Forms and all information 'from any of the Branch Officesor Agencies though out the different colonies. ALEX. II...

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THE NEW ERA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 14 September 1894

THE NEW ERA. The old days of Iaplhazard fanning when the agriculturist could get bs or (s a bushel for wheat are gone, probably never to return. This being so, mere force of circumstances is compelling the tillers of the soil to seek prosperity through other clhannels. Ilard work for six months of the year and idleness for the remainder mlLay suit on a sheep station, but certainly it does not do in farming. To-day the markets of the world are open to our products, but whelat at 2s ai Iushel does not pay to grow. Whilst cereals will always form a staple, it must be clear to the intelli gent farmer that other productsu-ither animal or vegetable-are necessary to supplement grain growing. This is recognised, and the Victorian Dopart menot of Agriculture is striving to educate settlers on the subject. Through the courtesy of the secretary we have been furnished with the latest infor mation of value io agriculturists, nid will fromn week to-week-publish it in our colhusns. This week poult...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 14 September 1894

. ELECTION NOTICES. TO THE ELECTORS OF RODNEY. GENTLEMEN, I.. desire to announce that I am againI a .. CANDIDATE FORI THE ELECTORATE OF RO1)NEY. I will shortly take thl opportunity of laying before you rmy past actions and 'the present issues. IL am, Yours faithfully, W:. T. .WEBB. Rochester, 6th September, 1894. T.'O TIl ELEUTOS OF RODNEY. GENTILEM ?EN, I hav thIe honor to announcue tlyself as a .CANDIDATE F'or your suuffrre atn the : Forthcoming Election, And will coileavour to visit all party of the "electorate before poilltng daIy; inoetwhile I may ay tlhat I ann in favour of FEDERATION, ' TARIFF REFOR1M. S. (A Reduction of tl T'rariff), I,,B DUCTION of ItAIL\VAY FtI:EIGItrS 'AN ErQUtIA0LEIt SYSTEII Of D CIIYECL AI'XATION. I prefera TAX on tlir UNIiMI'iROVtI1) , VALUE of Aliu LANID,:a; i, elig tihe rsimplest, fairest, and imost certain. REIUIJTIION of the SA,A\ItIeS of Fiuuore Govermors and ini tile alaries of iirisrters antd M'ertbcers ,of Parliamenrt. I am, Gentleenr, Yourrs, ...

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TATURA PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 14 September 1894

TATURA PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. • Anniversary services in, connection with the Presbyterian Church, Tatura, e were held last Sunlay, the Rev. George Tait preachliing both lmorning and even ing. The churchl was well lilled at each service. D. In the evening the reverend gentle luan took his text from the 2ith chapter, l41st verse of St. lMattllew-" Watch 0. and play, that ye enter not into tempta o- tion; the spirit indeed is willing but the flesh is -weak." A teacher, he said, wildho lived a thousand years ago was giving instruectiois in the opnc air, as was the custom, and lie drew the letter A on tlhb sand to illustrate two roads which might be taken as the paths of good and evil. lIe showed how easy it might be for the tempted to take one or other of them, and the illustration could be, applied to the present. Each one of themn had. stood-and would stand agiain-at the parting of the ways, and of how great moment was it that they should choose the right road. Let them not be delhided ...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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POST-OFFICE INTELLIGENCE. MAILS CLOSE AT P.O., TATURA:— [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 21 September 1894

POST-OFFICE INTELLICENCE. MAIr.S CiOSI A' P1.O., TATUIIA :1 For Melbourne,, n 1.50 p.m. anid 1.30:10 p.M1. For Travelling Post OIlice-1.t0 p.m. and 10.30 pan. For Toolnmha--I.A0 p.m. For Mfurchison-10.80 p.m. For ]uedo-I1.ll5 a.m. nldI 8 .m. For Kynbrain-1 1.15 ia.mi. mnld 8 1p.in. lecrriguin-11.15 a.m. laldwinsville-1 1.15 11.111. The t.wetieth annual show of the North-Eastern Pastoral andl Agricul tural Society will be held at irtichison onTh'nrsdiay, the 'Ith of Oclohber nexIt. There is i n lilal n1prize list, arranged, copies of which omay be had from th1e secretary, Mr .I. Ilorthwick, M?llrchisnul.

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 21 September 1894

CRICKET. The first match of the season between Baldwinsville and Cooma' was played al, the latter place yesterday, anid resulted in a win for B3aldwinsville by 28 runs. For Baldwinsville LI. llilder played a fine gauIme for 412, and It. Stokes (17), .I. Byrne (11) also played well. IIt bowling, Butler (i wickets and W. Stokes Z bowled splendidly. For Cootna Tivitt batted in good style for "8, none of the rest reaching double figures, and in bowling Levens did most execution. The following are the individual scores : BAl.IVwISV IL?IL,. .1. Butler, b Levens ... (I Ililder, c Lee, hb Tledrea ... .12 \V. Stokes, b Levens .. I TI'. Byrne, 0 and Ib Levens ... 7 Sands, b A. Ifobinont ... I ,J. Byrne, h Lovens ... 11 I. Stokes, run out .... ... 17 IV. Young, b Lee ... ... O E. Mulclly, not, out ... 2 WV. Mutleahy, b Tedry ... 0 Ford, b ioverns ... ... 7 Sundries ... ... " 'otal ... ... ... 89 ConMa. 'T'ivett, b IV. Stokes ... 18 aIns. Robinsonl, I 13 tler ... I Otens, b Butler ... ... 0 . D...

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