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

THE 1 GENERAL ELECTIONS. The elections which took place yester dlay prove that thtelate parliament was not in good odor. with the people, and many of the old members have been re jected. The most notable absentees from the new House will be Sir Bryan O'Loghlen, and Messrs Bent, Richard son, L. L. Smith, Methven and Kirton. The feature of the election has been the way the labor candidates 'have been re turned: Messrs Hancock, Prondergast, Warde, Winter, Trenwith, Hlme-Cook and Gray are purely trades hall men. There is no imistaking the crushing de feat which the Patterson Government has sustained. The contest for BodCney passed off very quietly. In Tatura and Kyabratn during the day there was an entire ab settnce of excitement during the tiltnt the booths were open. Shortly after six o'clock small crowds congregated oppo site the post office and tile newspaper oflices to hear the latest returns. The news as it dribbled inl was "eceived with-i out any demonstration. As was ex pected, ...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 21 September 1894

TVe would remind our renders flihnt qualified ophthalmic optician from T. Gaunt and Co., of Mclbourne, is ant the Victoria Hotel,ointurn, to-day, and may be consulted until 5 o'clock this after noon. Sight is tested free of charge, and the opportunity is one that should not be missed.

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
I AM TIRED! [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 21 September 1894

I AM TIRED! Sufferers from indigestion and liver complaint are subject to a continual feeling of drowsiness, headache, tire?_ aching limbs, and a general inclination to languor. These symptoms are due primarly to a deficient secretion of bile, tihe natural cathartic of tihe liver, which, wheln secreted in insufficient quantities, permits tile coarse and fibrous particles of the food and other waste and pois onons matter from all parts of the system to become, impacted in tile duodennm and lower intestines; creating a very dangerous condition which requires proper treatment. An experience of five years with Clements Tonic has proved this remedy a ,specific for such complaints, and its universal success hasa resnlted in, thousands of imitations being forced on tile market; not because they possess any therapentic vaine, for they are speculative ventures. Sufferers who desire to get relief must insist on having Clements Tonic. It acts scientifically, has proved its efficacy in thousand...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TATURA HALF-HOLIDAY CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 21 September 1894

TATURA. HALF-HOLIDAY CRICKET CLUB. : A meeting. w-as held at . Heaphy's Bush Inn last Monday evening for the purpose of forming a Wednesday half holiday cricket club. There was a good attendance, Mr J. Davis being in the chair It was decided to name the club " the Tatura Wednesday Half-Holiday Cricket Club." The following officers and committee were then elected :-Patron, Mr ). Jenkins : president, Mr D. Ileaphy ; vice-presidlents, Messrs Smart and Wilson, Morani Wright, a1ummett, and Maxwell. Tie latter was also appointed hon. secretary, and Mr Heaphy lion. treasurer. The genersl committee was selected as follows : Messrs Davis, Price, D)owell, Smart arnd H. Pritchard, and for the match com mittee Messrs J. Davis, C. Doidge, and C. Price with the captain and secretary were selected. On the motion of Messrs Price and Pritchard the entrance fee was fixed at 3s. It was decided that the secretary arrange a match for the 2;th inst. Messrs Maxwell, Dowcll, and Lock wood were appointed a ...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 21 September 1894

?.. WARE'S ,;TOOL A B A. . Splendid Billiard Table. Excellent Accommodation. WINES, ALES, AND" SPIRITS OF THE BEST QUALITY. CGASEY STT' 'AURAS ... ITR S. irst-class Accommodation for Travellers. ........ Wines, is Ales, and Spirits of the best brands. ......... iOi iO A B Til i, O W T . I IMASKELL, Proprietor. Directly opposite the New Court House and Railway Station, TATURA. Cabs run to meet, all trains. First-class Ales lind Spirits kept Good Stabling. Horses and Vehicles for hire. 0 T..,The .Best Accomnmodation at Reasonable Charge. ,o A T M. A. HARDIIMAN, Proprietress. FIRST-CLASS ACCcuMMODATION FOR TRAVELLERS, Wines, Ale.s, & Spirits of the Best Bralnds. Unldergrould Bar, fitted luxuriolusly. Billiards! Billiards ! Billiards ! Billiards GOOD STABLING, WITH ATTENTIVE GROOM. CAB RuNS TO MBET ALL TRAINS. A CALL RESPEOTFUI.LY SOLICTED. SPRING SHOW AT THE TRBEEHIVE STORES, TATURA COMMENCING sATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15. HELYAR AND LANDER, The "Well Known Cash Merchants, ,Have much...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TO OUR WIVES AND MOTHERS [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 21 September 1894

TO OUR WIVES AND MOTHERS The health of woman is the foundation of beauty. Glood health insures beautiful symimetricia lines and forms; the healthy and' blooming appearance.: which even ,brin'gs charm to irregular features. 'Beauty without health is impossible, con sequently it is obvious that women should pay greatest attention to retain good health. .Unifortunately women are great ly exposed to disorders which cause un told suffering and prevent! them from fdlfilling their home as well 'as social duties, making.life a burden. The greatest niedical althor:ties teach that female troubles. would not occur if the kidneys and liver were kept in.healtlhy condition. It would be useless to attempt to cure female diseases without remnoving the actual cause. Warner's SAee Cure, in establishing a healthy action of the kidneys and liver, and ieutralising the poisonous acids in the blood-the cause of all inflaination, removes the germ of ulceration. abcesses, &c. This remedy is therefor...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE COST OF GOVERNMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 21 September 1894

THE COST OF GOVERNMENT. tilr. policy of :greasing the fatted pig. has appareiitly taken deep rolt il Vic turia. DL)uig the - lst few years the strength of the vile principle embodied in the words; To him that hath ; shall be given," has been abundantly proved in thlis colony. For half a century the public service has been growing with rabbit-like fecundity until it has assumied gigantic proportions which actualudly menace the public weal. Mr Shiels was not far front the truth when he said that. every eight persons in the collntry, car ried a public servant on their backs. It was little wooider that with this incubus on theni the tiixpayers were- being, I like Sinbad, slowly strangled. In 1890 the salaries, wages and 'pensions paid in the public service other than railways aunoun ted to £1,651,000. The working cx peuses of the railways for the samrie year totalled £2,548,000. and of this nearly £2,000()000 was expelldCed in wages, salaries and peiisions; Vith ai rIv.leil of £8,11343,...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TOOLAMBA TEMPERANCE SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 21 September 1894

TOOLAMBATEMPERANCE SOCIETY. 'The usual monthly entertainment of thel above was held -on Friday evening the 7th inst. The weather proved fine, although!'the roads were in a very . bad state, still 'the audience which collected nearly filled the hall. 'Mr Pogue took tihe chair, and the fo*owing programme was, gone 'tlhronugh.' Opening ' ihymnn, "Tihe Merry Birds;" recitation, " How we kill mice," Mr Peach, responding to a vociferous encore with " The progress of madness." Chorus " Marching along" by juveniles. Recitation, " A horrible tale," Master Alfred Teese. Song, " The soldier's tear," Miss Teese. Recita tion, " Norah and the spirits," MrPeacht Chorus by choir. Dialogue, "The firs. glass'did it." Misses Teese, Wright and Milly Pogue. Song, " Please give me a penny," Miss Sisie Pogue. Chorus, " Sign to-night," choir. Recitation, " The pantomime," Mr D. Donaldson, responding to an encore with " Is marriage a failure." Solo, " Wandering to-night," Miss A. Wright with chorus by choir...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE NEW ERA. POULTRY FOR THE ENGLISH MARKET DUCKS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 21 September 1894

THE NEW ERA. - -+- POLIL'TRY 'FOR 'THl ENGlISH MARKET B3y SIC. Foit A~IacuircUTus. DUCKS. A great feature in duck breeding is S:thalt they mature speedily, andl for this trade ten to twelve iwveeks will Ile found quite suflicient time to raise andt fatten. a duck for. export. In deall : with the question of duck breeding, tiuchl that has .heen said ill regardtoi laisingt fTowls ',ll'co1'er tiol+iallu purpose. The breeder has to consider the slnmc princi ples, such ats ecolnoly, early hatching, quick-nllaturig . Crossiing, feeding, and fattening ;, biut with duclcks there are oniily three breeds to consider: these are :-Ayleslbury, onlens, alnd Pkins. A system of erossing should he adopted on the following lines: I. Aylesiiu'y dlratk!, with lekiinohs 2. lekin dirake with Aylesbury dneks. :1. lotieni drake with Aylesbtiiy or y 'eliie ". Ayle-bury or I'ckin draels with ltoueln dulcks. 'To imlprove any of the conunlln Ior ordinary stock, pure dralkes of the ahoy' breeds should be inltro...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GEESE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 21 September 1894

tiEIE SE. Friners shohld breed from the largest. geese htainable of the ciliuilon sort, introducing a gn~lider of either the 'Tolouse or EIIlhden breed It, is ad visable to aways Ireed freom a g;auder in his second sealson to insure fertile eggs. A shed shonhll be provided to protect the geese at nigllt-t.imle, from which the e?ggs can be collected daily ill the season. The breeding stock shouhl not he overfed. Five geese should Im rnt with each gander. A podl, if available. will be fond hoeneficial. II.'G.TI'III.n .N\n FI.'.HDINGa ,O?S.INns. The nests shonId be made ca the groumld, and good-sized hens, as well as geese, can he used for haetehing, givin?g thlln Ias llny eggs ias tlhey cai coull vellienltly covlier. Tie samle methods of feeding should be adoplted as Ithat recon mendeil fir duicklings. In order iI prepare goslings for the inarket it is necessary to feed well from the time they are haltched. GOlslings from four to six months, if prIoperly fed, slhonll weiglh abolt 10 l...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TURKEYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 21 September 1894

''IJ ILK'VS. 'lTo breed trklc'ts, plenty of aI d is requi'tied to roar them itipot with success, as they natura'lly seek lfor their own food. It is always advis?ble to feed themi each (elling l. t he himelsteadl whlic they will look for, thust saving a lot of t roulle, as t.tirkeys fire Lnoted for wandering very nich frotm heir hotmes. The best Ithoi to adopt. ill breedingl is h) .e(trn the hugest h'irds obtainable, illlllt e suI I essfl, breed tfrom gobbler ill their second season, ai 5 the rtsitlts iof hlathing h will he more Satis'factor.v. The hlraze-wing turkeys arell noted for size, quick-maturin'g, and t1litIt ?' Ii . o h thll breasts beuing lnger al carrying llmore ellli, than other sorts, thereforell '. lthis breed is reco lluended for cllossing with the lariltgest hIns of the ortliinary stock. it is essential to iialrlunce ait gobbler (of a fresh strain each season. A shed should be uill, w ntho t roi 'sis for turkeys to be houtisedl iI at iight to pr1oteel tuhemi fr'om tI...

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 — 21 September 1894

. HOLLOWAY'S PILLS.-The ills of life are increasae tenfold by, the mle of lifcso many Shave' to lead; most especially is this the crse amongst the toilers in our factories aind huge workshops of the maniufacturiiig districts whose digestioins become impaircvl and nervous systems debilitated by the protractel con finement and forcel deprivationi of healthy out-of door exercise. -l'he factory workers may almost be asid to have diseases of their own, readily amenable, however, to treat ment if not nllowed to proceed uncheckedr. Holloway's Pills are the most effectual rem "cdy ever discovered for thecure of liver and stomach complaints, nas they act surely but gently, regulating thesecretions without weak cuing the; nerves or interfering with the daily work. CHURCH NOTICES. Romr. N C.vriior.,r: Cniuiierr.- Rev Philter O'Coniicll will celebrate mafss at Ruslwnrtll at 11 30 n.m. Pnr,-nTcr.IA Cruncti. - 'n1tura at I1 n.m,. Mrrrtclrison 2 fl0 p.m., Tool inlcin 7 pai. -Rrv. A. Cir.rr;Fnrrrr....

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MERRIGUM MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 21 September 1894

MERRICUM MECHANICS' INSTI TUTE. On Monday evening, the 10th inst,. a meeting of the Merrigum Mechanics' committee was held to consider the ten ders sent iinfor the alterations and addi tions to the hall., The meeting which was well attended decided to.accept the ten der of Mr GOiH. Bishop. The altered building will provide for a length of 56 feet by 26Ofeet.wide' for the "main hall. Thbe reading room will 'also be removed from the rear to the front, 'ind the` im provements altogether will be consider able. The bricks to be used will be of local manufacture. To assist the insti tute financially a strong 'sub-committee, with Mr Kells as secretary was formed to arrange an entertainment on the 10th .Octeber, and liberal promises of assist tance have already been received.

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CORRESPONDENCE. RETRENCHMENT. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 21 September 1894

CORRESPONDENCE. SRETRENCHMENT. TO' THE? ED TOst. ;Sln.-l Would n'it allow md sace in your coluuns=-to:sav-a -little about the all-prevailing question at this moment in;the L3nblic'Sdrvice, and I might say withthel onttsido world. Much has been said about retrenchment, but principally from ran a outside rpoiunt,.yiew. What ' now` purpose doing is to place before you the effects of retrenchment from a practical and personal point of view. Thil, outside publli (to oagreat extent thi farmers) say that the civil servants on- an .avcragc. repaid too -well-for the work they !do. I say they~sare.not1; but I dosay thit there are soiiebm.e who do get paid iti xicess, kand, this Blass is mainly to bi fouid iniithe bfghetlanllches of the service. _-Thire' oane men there who iwould' bew"lf'wl~idie ith one -half their gazetted anlarv. BUtt3when w>,uconsider, that 'the-alto ?fative to less retrenchment is,- iu'all robahiHty, an income tax, one cannot wonder that .the) public are,o(.o)r :grnatim...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EXASPERATING. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 21 September 1894

EXASPERATING. The following letter, aplmrently written by a person suffering front water on the brain, has been received by iMr Carey, secretary of the Rodney Irrigation Trust. The cheque enclosed was made payable to " Mud," but the Trust is n6t at all particular on that point when the drawer has a comfortable bank balance. There is a good deal ii what the writer who is a genial fellow-says. If there was more whisky to mix with the water it would be better. " .otutp"9t . 4/9/94. To Secty. Water Trust, Sir,-Enclosed find cheque for £4 3s due for. water. There is something damnably exasperating about this. We have been for two months unable to got out on account of water. Is justice dead ,or asleep ? Acknowledge this. Yours etc.,

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GRAVEL FOR TATURA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 21 September 1894

R: AVEL FOR TATURA. Crs?oganh and,C, V. Wilson, two of the T'tira :Riding members in the Rodney Coiincil, met last Monday week to arrange for tihe ditribution of the 850 cubic yards-of gravel now lying at the Si t -T rit fii ilvy station. It :iwas ! decided to tapporlion the ballast as follows ; Hogai' street rdadway, between rail Wf* Igates and Ross-street, 250 yards. West:of Hogan's, between Chinese gardens and the finger post, 50 yards. ' North of Hogan's" along Ross-street, "''50 yards. Footpaths in Hogan, Casey, and Francis-streets, 150 yards. Walshe-street; from -Hogan-street to wards railway statioii; 101) yards. This' sholld leave 50i yards of gravel forFother portions of the town. '" i. In,addition to this it has been decided ,to, put 50 yards of 2r-inch metal on the road north of Hogan's and 50 yairds in Waishel-street. Three 'timber crossings : will ilo 'be/iade, two ii, Casey-street to the east, of. Francis-street, and one in Ross-street near its junction ivith Casey str...

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 — 21 September 1894

_RAILTON& CO'S' - FINE SEEDS. W' EST'ABLISHED 26 YEAlcs. 1 Forwarlled free by post. g Assorted Flower Sealds iclutldl Gratis with all Postal Onlees over its. Beet per ozr. 0 Lettuce per. s. toz. Carrot _ ,, Oinion I 0 Cabbage ,, 0 arsip , O 0i ' Cauliflower,, 2 0 hubarb , 1 Cress ,, o :3 Rllish 0 -I Celery 0 ,, 9Turnip ,, 0 4 Cucumber, Melon, Tomato and Purnkin, Gd. . per packet. HEO?S-AFRICAN BOX THORN. Best Hedge ever introducel, Is. per oz. -I . FLOWER SEEDS, '3 12 Packets for Is. SEED POTATOES! SEED POTATOES! BEST VAlITlETIES, In small or large quatntities at. Lowest. Rates. Early Iose, Early Vermonts, etc., etc. New Early Amber Sugar Cane and . All Forage Plant Seeds AT LOWEST RATES. NEW LUCERNE SEED. .Hungarian Lucerne ! Special quotations for large quantities. Rape Seed ! Rape Seed ! ESSEX RAPE, SLED. Importerl by uts direct froth the grower. Price, per cwt. or ton, on application. SUGAR BEET SEED, Importall direct frot France o adl Germtany. .CRASS S AND CLOVERS. 'Pr...

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

The "Alpha B " De Laval Hand CREAM- : SEPARATOR GENBRALl AGENTS: 18 QUEEN STilch , MELI3Uri:-. The Separators are the very latest patterns' S and combine all recent improvements in Ihldl Machines, which render them vastly superi.r to any other make.. Tie ' Auens B,' 60 GO,ross PiER HOUt, 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 to'work as the smaller sizes.. It has a long frame which, being screwed to the floor, renders the machine perfectly firm and solid, arid proof against shaking. The bowl is fitted with a cream screw, so that thick or thin cream may be had at will. The separator being so compact, occupies a very trifling space. Tum ALiutl Ban,' 30 Gi.o.t,os PER HoUlt, has recently been greatly improved, and is now in all respects similar to the " Alphla .' It is 1 . ladapted to dairies milking from' te to' twenty P1 cows. A boy can work it readil:. Price: Alpha B,...

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TOURIST. A Prince's Harem. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 21 September 1894

Ton 1 lRIST. A Prince's harem. From the first day I aot foot in India I showed impatience to visit an Eastern harem. My hucabklI errrilled m? y imp ?ievrnc by re marking that very shortly we would visit one of the leading Indian princea states, and then I would have an opportunity of natilfy ing my ouriosity. Alter waiting for a month we started on our journey. Arrived at the principality, we were received with marked .attention and conveyed to the gue'tlhou'e. Tue plioc was cle:lantly furnished, a beautfull gardeu surrounded it,'and a whole army of serevnts was ready to adrhirni ter to our w.ants. A uri?age, was placed at our di.posal) and w'werue told that when we wished to visit the " city" an elephant would be sent to carry us tmere. The day eamne to make the vast, tne elephant came with it, too. We paoded through a lung earetlh of strete where trio houses were of a most wretched deserip. tuS:r, and the natives seemed to be livinl in tthe greatent muisery and squalor. I i. But a...

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 — 21 September 1894

MITCHELL & CO. Have gained highest awards on record for DOUBLE-FURROW if :1 , s Splendid and Decisive Victories gained everywhere at different Field Trials of ' h Colonies. -oo Werribee grand champion match, 1891.-First prize, £25; second prize, £15 I third prize, £10. Three plunghs of Mitehells & Co.'s only at work, each gaining lie highest prizes, and beating implements of other noted maklers. Werriuce grand champion match, 1892.-First prize, £25; second prize, £15. s itchell & Co. again winnling the two highest prizes. Initernational ploisghingi matchi' held at'COlrence, l obarrt, asmania. Oct. 4 and 3, 189:1.-First Prize, £25. Mitchell and Co. winning the highest award'with ruly one doable-furrow plough at work. Mitchell & Co. also gained third prize vithl single-furrow plough. Mitchelll and Co. have gained silver trophy as the most successful plouglmnakers it the International match held at Hobart, Tasmania. o- The above awards cannot be too high...

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