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THE GOLDEN HOPE. A ROMANCE OF THE DEEP. 'I dreamt a dream that was not all a dream' CHAPTER XVI.—(CONTINUED.) STRUGGLING THROUGH IT. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 16 September 1887

A 0ri3 NCE OF THE DEEP. 'I dreamt a,.d thatwernot all a dr?m', Bt: W. CLAa RUaSELL CKAPTER XVI.--(CoNr man.) WsBUaOLING THEOUGHI IT. The skipppr eook'the hint, and after a stare at the, skylght; andd;then a look at the tell. tale compls, 'hand nttering .a brief marine growl at the weather,he went on deck. He was puzzled add stood a minute in tshe com Ptnioo hatch, rubbing his nose sad peering at old Stone. who stood to windward of the tiller, clapping hie breast for warmth. He had h it a rmind to talk the thing over with the thote, because his curiosity had been excited by bearing Mr. Fortdsese himself eay, thaet his prindipal object in making the voraue was to seek some friends in the far off island. 'As how,' he eaid to himself, * co'ul be know there was any of 'em there? For the mere hoping that they were, thsre wnis 'tgoing.to make a man spend all two thouanod pqunds and travel twenty thousand miles and leave.his duties ashore to take care of themselves.' But after contamplative...

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

MISTAKEN" IDENTITY. ShorMrigbhted. Irih villager to tricyoieit, who is wheeling his maobine : I ear I Stop I I wan you to grind m bhusband's razor.

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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LAUGHTER. (PROFESSOR GEORGE [?]IVART IN THE "NEW YORK FORUM.) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 16 September 1887

SLAUGHTER. P (O Iesox OBxona wItAIT 1 Tunl "'nw oaR xFORUM. ) Various opinions have been advanced as to what is theultimare nature oforintellectual I apprebhensinn of the ludicrous. Some persons would reduce it to a simple perception of nocongruity, while others consider that an idea of tuperiority on the par of the laugher is implled, in it. Certainly actions which' provoke out lauglhter are ery.commonly seen by is to be silly aetions, done foolishly, In neglect of ,hat ordinary.common sense whioh I should have hindered their perpetration. ILaughter is excited when we see a person F overreached or. outwitted, rn cases where t ordinary foresight ought to haveunarded him agasinst it: and he becomes especially an s object of d. rision if some slight moral fault is at the root of his intellectual blindnese. If, however, his mistake was utterly unavoid, able, it then calls not for ridicule, but pity, while, if the moral obliquity is extreme, in then ivse rise to loathing. The apprehen s...

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HOPE FOR ALL. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 16 September 1887

HOPE FOR ALL-: "Coach," to Volatile Pupil: Are roust theorem B or C, Mr. Titterby? Mr. r. : T' tell r' th' truth, sir, I'm " at uea"-at sea, eir-completely. [Chuoklesa] (He turned out 'a utter failure, was. plucked at college, andh: ad to takeo oars' criticiem I)

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Correspondence. "EST MODUS IN REBUS." TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 16 September 1887

T., TEH 3DITORB : B~st;- pe[ieive in the eeltmne of your last week's paper a orteespondent's letter, signed " Ulohoo " eommentirg on councillors who oppose the shire hall being erected on the allotment" of. land near Bazeley's hotel. The .language used -towards those representatives is rather severe when they are ,designatqd as " obtuse concatenated specimeins of Davrwin." For my part, as one slightly, skilled in physiognomy I cannot dis cover an atom of the. "gorilla " in any of their featutres, and hope, in the future, if "tTnohoo." attempts to cri ticise publicu inen he Will refrai'` from' tslig splntetic .laniguage if their views are' not in' lniison; I ain n'ot so pre" u:mlptious to' enter' the"arnna a's ch,?m pion for the councillors, for I have in mind-. the old and trite eiylng, that " fools step ,i)i where, iunels eAr it tread,'': and therefore, it is not my asiibition: to be lumlierid: m r?nig that: clasS. " Yet I must tell you and "I Uno lioo" also, that the hh.ediug to t...

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UNIVERSITY INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 16 September 1887

UNIVEWRITY INTELLIGENCE. Min A.: And is your paper in " Black. wood's" this month jour ant published Mr. 3B.: It IL I've only been down from the 'vasity a few months. Miss A. : What college were you at? Mr. B. : Mandalen. (Proneouned Maudlin. Mies A. : Oh. yes of course Papa was saying this mornmig that our paper betrayed a maudlin turno thought at every sentence.

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Vital Questions!!!! Ask the most eminent Physician [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 16 September 1887

Vital. Questions!!!! Aai the useast e.anent Phyateian :t, Of. any.sehool, what is the best thing in tie, world. for quieting, and. allaying- .al Irritation of the nerves, and curing all forms of. 'nervous' complaints, giving natural, childlike refreshing sleep always? And tbey will.tell you unhesitating.y OHAPTCR I. Ask any or. all of Ihe :moat 3 eminent *physicians .. ..+ p!What ia.the bet'and onlyf eiiedly that, can be relied'on to cure all diseases of'tlih kidneyestad nisnary iirgans; such as Bright's disease, diabetes, retention, or inability to' retain urine, and all the diseasesainad,,?il ments peculiar to Women ý' ? , I And they will. till you !explicitly and emphatically " .Buohi ' Askthe same phyjCiana ' ' What is the most. reliable and. surest cure for all livet diseases or dyspepsia :; coni> alipation indigestion, biliousnuess, malaria, fever, ague, ec., " and they will tell you: ?fdadrae I or D ndelion I I - . ience when these remedies are. combined with others equall...

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THE YOUNG FOLKS. A NARROW ESCAPE. A TALE IN TWO PARTS. "THE BOYS' WORLD." PART I.—IN PERIL. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 16 September 1887

THE YOUNG ,FOLKSu. A NARRBOW EBOAPE. AT LBFIN TWO PARTS. " Tan Bors' WBLD.' Par L-fx Psarr. The little iillage of Ryde (that is not the exact name. but it will be near enough) ie situate in Yorkshire. The enrrounding landscape is picturesque to the hglheest degree. A'genle undulatiog plain covered with waving cornfields eretches as far as the eye Can reach. A ruoad river winds ite tortuous way through the plain, while, to vary the monotony, clusters ot leaf-laden trees are slcattered here mud there. The neat little houes of unblemished whitoners, the evidence of care and atten tion to be seen in the trny patchee of ground attached to them, and the ecrupuloul order and cleanliett of the interiors bear witneet to the character of the Inhabitautl. Os, entering the village the first house which arrests the eye is the inn. It is larger than any of the neighbouring buildings, and more remarkable from the fact at tim eing ouilt of red sandstone. A lexuriant growth of rose hangs on its wall...

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

C0` N i U K P a I O 1 And all DISEASES of the OES? Seonoesflly treated By SPROI880B RADFORD. 103 Colln. troat weat. near plenllr trmst. Years of Bright, Happy, and Vigorous Life I SEvo been given to Thousands!! who believed their health hopelessly gone IIl If 'you are Ioe'r ig hurm Indie st?a, le iseas sd Kidney disord.pe ,, If you have ,aibmato lymptomlw Dloloul il Breathing, and east Palpitation II U you are broke. down with Gootl, kemtW me- aO Lumbgol U you ao terlared with Violent EIadaohe4 aMim leenees, and iNevos Irollribillty Ill Siyou is wet and isld, sad naaobl to topI wlh your daily dutis It. . If you are gloomy and morose. and lfel that .n I world ls lspnes you y en Too, troubles ,a be i aeda, In the Ma lS o., VIa 1CO usMLAINr. so prevalent In this oountay, sallting almo: we. body to greater urless degree. BSot do not give ap DUNBTONE'F 0OSPOUND 383ENOB of DANDZLUOE And LIVE, ,ILLS ..,W, WILL REBIOBE YOU to HEALTH As ?srely en m atpeles thii mo ntiingsnost A 0CAB IN POINT...

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THE LADIES' COLUMN. SPRING MILLINERY. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 16 September 1887

THE LADIES GCOLUMN.a SPRBING MILLIN?RY. By Vrva. The millinery of the season is a very s attractive subject on whiom to write, for the ohoioe of hate and bonnets is so -ide, the r shapes are so varied, the colourn eso dainty; Sshat it seems that this season is of all others the one in which every woman most find a chapeau to suis her. This is emphatically a "flower season," as far as milinery is concerned. All the re souroes of art have been called into play to give au mignonette, that only wants scent to make it a fao simile of that in our gardene, roase that seem bathed in dew, and lilac that appears to breathe sweetoese. Flowers are to be greatly used both on hats and bonnets, eisther mixed with laoe or with the new ribbons, which have invariably a fanoy edge. Feathers are also seen, but are not nearly so much in favour. I saw re cently an immense variety of the flowers of the year in the millinsry-room of Mr. S. Pdask' establishment, at the cooner of Russell an4 Bourke streets. ...

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THE ATTACK ON LIVERPOOL. LIVERPOOL, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 16 September 1887

THE ATTACK ON LIVERPOOL. LIVnRPOOL, Thursday Night. Early this morning the Shannon hnd the Ropers'were?brogtt Into the Mersey, and both veesels remained at anchor in the river the whole'of the day. The Shannn a e one of the five, vessels of the invading fleet wbhich were captured off Holyhead yester day. Incomingi vessels reported the Devast.. tion at anchor with another man of.war. The Hydra wasee reported to be actively on the'alert at the entrance to the port with two gunboats and nearly half a dozen torpedo botes. The decks of the defending vessels were reported to be all cleared for action, and notwithstanding the caztur. of five of the enemy.' large ships, th' activity of the defenders did not appear to be relaxed. The Hydra and her ocmpanlons did not allow a single vessel to enter the river withoat being unoioed. The Shannon hed her fore and main topmast "struck." and to the ordinary observer 'appeaoed as if she had been in aotion. The nearest of the watching fleet to the tow...

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THE NAVAL MANŒUVRES. MIDNIGHT ENGAGEMENT IN THE DOWNS. THE ENTRANCE TO THE THAMES BLOCKED. ("STANDARD," 5TH AUGUST.) DOVER, THURSDAY NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 16 September 1887

?HE NAVYAL, MAN'UE'VBEB. MIDNIGHT EN??ENGGEMENT IN., TBE - . DOWNS. THE ENTEANCE TOTHE THAMES BLOCKED. ('"sa naan," 67s1 ouwver.) DOVEB, TUNoDAT NmrIo?. Lest' night, bortly before midnlght some of the ships of Admiral Fremantla's divi sion made their appearance in tlei pars of the Channel, and a brilliant engagement took plae betweenth, m and the vesselsattaohed to the division under Captain Long's com mand, the hostilitiee lasting for nearly two hours. What seems to have taken place wsa this : Admiral Fremantle having ucceeded in eloding Admiral Hewett'sa ronolads by steaming cut to the southward, determined to attempt to force his way through the Sitrnat of Dover, which it was calculated be could reseh lorg before Admiral Hewett could bring up his vessels, thus having to encounter only smaller rtalt under the com: mand of Captain Long. The plan weeas well laid, Admiral Fremantle's object being to engage Captain Long's vessels on both sides of the Channel, and thus divide anmdweake...

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THE CITY OF POI[?]ON. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 16 September 1887

THE C:TY OF:POI-ON. SThe Aoguel number or "'Longman's laga uine " oontains a ol.vi;r'arlole from the pen of Dr. B..W." Ridhatdoup, entitled "Teox. copolis." It is on ton drink question, and although the idea is a little far.fetched, from the totalabraminer's point of view it is'no doubt 'very eonDviuciug. ' Dr. Richardsob asks ust 'to'imagine all the pobllohouses in the United Kiungdom removed from their present positions and aggregated together in e-ns gerect oit. The result would be a city of "180,00(' douses,:' and at the rate of five. persons +t'- every bouse would be peopled' by . 000;000 "' persona. Adding waiters,. potboys;' serv'rate; etc.;' and the frequenters of theese houts, a total of over 4,000,000 - of persons is lobtained." They -would need a city -e: large-.seLendon to aecommodate them;': This Utopian clty Dr. Richardson •'somewhtat tanolfully 'calls "Toxloopilia " - the' poison ' city: ' The inhabitante differ little - from-these of any ote or great city, save tbhat...

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The Imperial Institute Ode. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 16 September 1887

T'he ipeetel Ina,?llltote o . BY L.wiu Moan. With eolaler oibeaend olemns muol Il do Hleh to II.ren'eettI let poeling illmpee ring To-day our u.nde ooeolloac beo Emple of a thortaud year.? Doltvei hooes. dlooacdlng hlen, i'plll?e yourt volne ell wor)thy I she o prat I Our Blta?nI. 1la1Ig at the m11 of Plte From her lone ilies to the OleOthec sne, Do.onroa her Impacrli robe, wrnd hrormownd Ite TooK the ole tiepltro Of lbhe Fne Mid clar0 of 'sn·. ho, olaooen gl01y to. Ito ehltterred fleeiand eiln to .?. ViloLous tatlt o eo 'r all he iOee. Kmbnatltd aln hebr epleedld sty down. Soldlier end seameo tide by tide Her tion en. eretly daied and breavely died.L Oloe on their erpe her domnle ioUn re welnt O'er utknowln se. and pathet nonioeent; Till when the culunnee el lute woere done Ihky liot the reAienl Bartm behn the thn i rainl them end her, your lratluhl voloe nie I oihter oa F eerdoc m 1 Thou ac woithy oif aurm Ho more woe e 0 k oar Solm'e lncelu By War's red ral,,,e hut by whle-wtinge...

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THE BATTLE OF BELFAST. BELFAST, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 16 September 1887

THE BATTLE OF BELFAST. BELFAST, Thursday Night. Early this afternoon some of the torpedo boats which left Oarrlokfergus Roads on Monday last with the turret bhip Gorgon, forming the G flotilla, returned to Belfast Lougn, and anchored in Bangor Bay. After leaving the Lough they proceeded on a northerly course round the Red Bay, on the county Antrim coast, where they anchored. This was their place of rendezvous until this morning. Each morning they went out and cruised in the North Channel on the look out for the enemy between the Irish and Scotch coaste. They encountered none on Monday night; but on Tuesday night they had a slight skirmish with what turned out to be a friendly vessel. Lut night they bad a sharp battle. They all left R]d Bay about 5 o'clokee. Torpedo boat 52 was the guard ship, and believing she had the enemy, she captured a large merchantman in tow of a steamer. Having returned and reported the occurrence to the Gorgon she received orders to bring the eight torpedo b...

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LAW IN ARIZONA. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 16 September 1887

- AR. IWi OMX·A : An old residgat in Cliforpi,,awho has seen some very quedr time" add cb.tges (says the San Francs"biJ"" Chionile");'lot 'to talking the othernlgbht of i tri he made to Arisons some years'ago, just about the time of the Tombseoee.boom:; It was quite extraordinary (he said). The country was full of desperadoes and samblere, and they were very dangerous, too. They ruled Tombstlone at that time. "A friend of bji was in Tombstone, and one day hesaew a man walking quietly along, who was anoted desperado and murderer-a man for whose head abig reward was offered. Hekuew the thief of police, and be went and told him about it. Inside of the day he got a notice that they gave 'him' one hour to quit Tomb stone, and he quitted. Now at Tucson there -as law. and order, and those sane despers does who went about shooting in Tombstone, uould go down to Tucson and behave like the most guileless of citizens. This was nainly on aecount of an old judge they had, there, a German, who (e...

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Crime in the United Kingdom. (LONDON "SPECTATOR," 21ST JULY.) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 16 September 1887

Crime In the United Kingdem. (Lo roox "sPxeCToa,'," 21s8T JLY.) ' The Irish ale. 'perpetually sayilng that Ireland is without crime, and Mr G|ladetone has retently rpea.ed Is.-" Mr. W. Ambrose, however, In a letter to * The .Times,' shows from official tatisticsthat, while in England seventy-one per 10.000 are oonased of In diotable offences,the proportion "lt Irelatid is ninety-four per 10,000; the 'apparent Inoocece 'of the latter country being due to the fact that a greae number of offences Indlotable in-England are there dealt with summa ly. A writer, who signs himself e'tsatisticiao,' adds that in England and Wales, while 16-763 Irish men and women were committed out of 562,474 persona, only 184,750 Engli.h and Welsh persons were committed out of '25,974,000 'inhlbitote. The commiseioners of prisons report that one of ihe'moet remarkable facts in their returns is the great exiorse of criminals in the population of Irish birth who have emi grated to England." The champion oarne....

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LIKE AND UNLIKE. CHAPTER XX.—(CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 16 September 1887

-LFl~E rAND UNLIKE. .Br B u. ' B eoanau, srAonisa ,XXC.-(Cogvpsuo. )" 'Si. Auesell turned the eonverasiain Into a epleeiehter chaannel.. How long did 'Iidy ;Bealeld iontemplate remaining in town? th 'what was she going to 'see. He ran over the nambts'of the theatres--he talked of Harliog. 'bamrnsed Rinelagh. The pietore galleries, Ithe latest conjuring trick, the newest thought. reader. S: Iesn heot very rabid about amnusments,' %,aid Lsdy'Belfield. * ' I want to see as much "as lear of my daughter.' SHelen's eyes filled it that word daughter,' 'spoken with extreme tenderness.' * Youare-toogoed to me '.she faltered. * I wish Valentine were in L rndon to help mq makemuch of you ; but ne has gone over to Paris for the'Longehampsdracee. Yon know bdw devoted he is to racing. I suppose he will be beak in two. or three days.' * You don't know when he is to be back ?' ' I never know till within an hour or two: 'He lio errati,, . He epye lhe never likes to Sforeeat hislitfe to: forfeit: the...

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

HEMP & MANILLA TW4_INE OF. - _fCIL QUe LATES TOR JL.887. GOLD MEDAL & TROPHYvAI~uu ',1O, FRANCE. Notices. ADVANCE on WOOTL. GRAIN, S&e., STOCK, STATION PRO DUCE of all kind's. New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Company. (Limited.) CAPITAL :' ;;. .... A8,500,000 R1ESERVE"FUND ... £27,000 Make Liberal Cash Arlvances on Statinn S,:aritioe. 'nsunin Clips of. Wnnl., Grain, &e. FOR SALE in MELBOURNE, Or "SHIPMENT to LONDON. Auction Sales of Wool held regularly tlunnglhot the season. Auction Sales 'of Tallow, Hides, Lbhepskins, Leather, &e.,. three times a week throughout the year. Auction' Sale of Grain, Flour, &c. held every. Wednesday. DAVID ELDER, Manager. I. YOUNGHUSBAND, -:Wool and Produce Manager. Melborne Wool and Grain Warehouses Collins-street West. T HE COLONIAL MUTUALT LIFE A SURANCE SOCIETY (Limited) MUTUAL LIFE ASSURANCE, ENDOW MENTS, ANNUITIES. Principal Office: 84 and 8 Collins.steet west, Melbourne. Ofticesin all the colo...

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

rProfessionakl: DR. J. .: CkRNEY. , " AND " -' 'A.c'CO 0 UCH zE'R1 " DR. CA? nTr; Publio.Vanccinator for the district of Kyabram,,Vaccinates every Satuor day morning, between the hours of 10 am. and Noon5.- - 'j D . IL.R'; .O.C.?; nLM, tM ? tRO.8., EwO.: (Late .Resilent it the London Hospital, and Physician to the Metrojolitan Dispenisary, London), May be CONSULTED DAILY at his Snrgery, - lTHdio" STREaT, RvsnWORTH, And will Visit: TATURA anid District ;?hen required. PntVArTi RE?EInRNCE : -, Mullrclis(ni Ronil, next Taylor.. Brtis W.' F IV. LORANCE, SHEPPARTON and MOOROOP.tA Late SurgI`ethif-the Melboiurne hospital, . May Uie consunlted t Bl~aeiy's Criterion Hotel. Tatura every Wednesday. from 12 to p.l . WILLIAM Jo1INsON. . E.. J.D. oGUINES81 -,SOLICI.TORS, &o., WYNDtIAM ST., SiHEPPARTON, And MlET.VItT.T.E TRET, NUMURItAH. , ARUTHOLD r AND- AlGGYLE, SOLICITORRS, ROCTORn, CONVEYANCIRS, " I~t4iChISOW: iKYABRAM. SCHARi,? ALFRED ABOYLE, . Commissionoerfor Altdavits. &tt...

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