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THE KNELL OF KNOCKMAGH. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 16 September 1887
THE,: INELb OF KINOO, Br FaggRtcIC TALnor It ALL THE Yasa. O. UND.,,,.. , The winter had, been wild, and rough, and nowherer rwilderr rougher than on the eset coast of Lreland,i in,ancountry which suited that kind of ,weather exactly.: Where there was land it was brown and bare, ant seemed to grow nothing but atones, although cleared with Infinite. laour, and the stones built into rough walle that made a.n intricate network of every hill-side. Where there was water, that was, brown, too, and cbheerless.u rushing between rugged banks, or tossed in the wind-swept loughs that were thickly met everywhere among the bleak, bare moorlauds. There were. mountains, too, rugged and brown, rising in many tumbled peaks and ummits ; but these were rarely seen in tbhe short winter day. The grey mists and wild, hurrying cloude seemed to form a kind o, ceilig, tq the county, not, far above people's headse, leaviog,nothing to be seen but the ehaglder of a low hill, perhaps, a black taroi edged writh ...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PRODUCE REPORTS. Thursday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 16 September 1887
COOIERCIAL .INTELLIGENCE PRODUCOE BEPORTS. Thursday evening. Oper?ttions in the grain mairlnt since our last pu|lication'hn hbeen. a trifle brisker. The recent ?,ins interfered with the trade, but should finer weather set in. more anima tion is likely to be experienced. Jaust now; however, the price of wheat is lower, and tranactions-are'uoted-Rs 44 to as 41,d per bushel. New sales of any consequence have taken place, and oats and .barley remain at Ugures given last week. Messr Williams and Co. report the market as follows :-Wheat, 8s 4d to 8s 41d; barley, 4s 6d to 6s 6d. The following are the consgneen now lying at the Tatura railway station: Ralkyard, Grover, teffernat, troves, Wuotton, Langley, Williias, s orsth, ltaeley. Parccls--lunter' and Palglish Pedaier,d aby, Spilgg, Mrs Smith, Pawkner, ..1 truck of sheep. do..pig, l.do.pollard, 6 do. chaff, 2 do. flour, 9 trucks straw, 1 do. horses, I do. bran. The National Mortgage and Agency Comrn. psyY (lmtd.,) report having sold priva...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 16 September 1887
(Late a Monra) or.00 1 AD , :TiRAIIAVELLUNG OPUBLICO: .b: .a. ,l Imees Mudi NpItst avre Perally $eleeSedloi itre s . .. t leeks Sf dthe, bet; ?renaeers t. -, :,t, t. ý - .D t:• HOR s and BU0GGES aslwasl on IRE,; tnslr e and comforable GAN'S. ', COMMERCIAL ,,,OTEI , [OllO4A UlOtAN 'begeto intimate to th surrounding"|irIsbitants a : '1.I, phblde ýmeally that Superor Accommodatxo0 an MQkdprnt"q. a l'. I e . p e d .a t y .f t h i s i .etu c .c I k o t e l .' ' - n " .. ; ,v . t " '. ,t '+ + '? : . .e S O .- " " i.. • • j liUea :fare ]e apluts ofhee Qest B1 nds. .,,,U1.,uSUPERIOR'STABLING and ACCOMMODATION P'rADDOOY? . .; - Hoe:sa alnd 2BtggIel ; as well as BggyPairsaal o Hre ~, r, , *-, Z INN'S, BU ? oHoN,;oCASEY-ST ,'. +i" ^:r, , . ... . . . 1 ,l "''.ti t ~,T "-,,L O . . . 1Za. .s....R. ... .LT A ,TS . 'AOO '.OO , MOVA & .IO.:J .... .'I, W.. 1ael. A'les ta'd. lplrilts of the Dl' atI?I3?'n?dsi'r'P .SPECIAL .NOTICE:!, SPRING & SUMMER IDRAPERY. RAIG, WI LLIAM80N &T...
The Kyabram Union. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 16 September 1887
S 1ggabyam riniha. PUBLISHBD EVBRY FRIDAT. FRIDAY.SEPTEMBER 16. 1887. We have been informed thet a special train will leave Tatura at 9 a.m. on Friday, 80th September,. conveoying school children free to Echuca and back. (Toolamba and Mooroopna cannot be included). It is also said that influ ential residents intend to surply the children with refreshments. A tele grare, received from Mr. Shackell, M.L.A., states that it has been arranged by the railway authorities to allow parents of the school children to travel on this occasion at excursiuu fares. The foundation of the new Anglican Church in Tatura is being rapidly pro ceeded with, under the supervision of Mr. Grover. On Saturday afternoon last, Mr. Wm. Banner, baker, of Goulburn-street, was, in his usual manner, attending to the requirements of his customers on the Murahison road, near the gatehouse, when he was necessitated to leave the animal for a short period. During his absence,, " Rosinante" took fright, bolted with the sta...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 16 September 1887
.Church Notices. CHURCH. OF ENGLAND + TATURA.- ' The Rev. Mr.; H. HEFFERNAN will PREACH at Tongala at 11 a.m., at Kyabram at 3,p.m., and at Tatura at 7 p.m., , pRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. The Rev., A., CHAMBERS will PREACH at'Tatura at-ll aim. B APTIST .'IMISSION. The Rev. ;J;. B. SNEYD will PREACH "in the Mechanics'-hall, Tatura, on Sunday evening next at 7 p.m. FAIRTHORNE'S Golden Eye Oint? ment, "use by tlhousands during the paesttwelve yeara, conscientiously paid to he of more benefit in long standing sore Eyes than any ointment offered. Price, le. 6d:r!TFAIRTHORNE, Kr Aan.x and EOUA. Auctions. THURSDAY, 6th OCTOBER, 1887. To Farmersp;Irrigators, Vignerons, lInvestors, meii.of4 small capital, and others. -. VERY IMPORTANT? SALE Or IBRIG ABLE FABES. 5000 acres of" the 'renowned Mount Scobie Estate, subdivided into farms ranging from 70 to 100 acres each. THE BEST LAND IN THE WHOLE OF THIE, GOULBURN .YALLRY, ALL RINGEDITIHBERED COUNTRY. THE HON. WM:-I;-'WINTER M.L;OC with a desire, to ac...
TROTTING MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 16 September 1887
TROTTING MATCH. The trotting match, r which was iar vanged last week between Mr.--M'Cor wick's ch m and Mr. Walshe's rn h for. £10 aside, came a! on the Taters raee course on Wednesday ifternoon, ,he distance being 10 nmileu. A?out 100 persons were present, and great interest was manifested in the contest: ; Mr. Beasley ofliciated as judge to the tatis faction of all concetned, and .Mr. Hoghn started the animals in a reqr able manner. The betting was in favour of Mr. Walshe's horse, who bore the repu tation of being a fast one, butt many avered that the roan was not' stayer, and that the money deposited would pass into the hands of Mr. M'Oormick. ' On the start being affected, M'Cormick's mare took the lead, and paesed'tlie'post about two lengths ahead of the horse time, 5min. lOseo. The' seebnd round "the'fancy " came up the straight a length in advance-time, 5min. 15eeo. Continuing at-good paen, the third and fourth miles were Smished in l0min'. 80sec. At this point great exciteme...
THE TRAGEDY AT VICTORIA STREET BRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 16 September 1887
THE TRAGEDY 'AT' V,ICTnA 8'RE;Tr BRIDGE.. . ? - SThe inquiry as to 'the circumstances attending; the deeath of Miss Laura wain ws codifnune foil 'Welfeadari y in+ tie Riclhnond courthouse; wh·e~revidence as to thejrelationship between Captain Moore a Il the deceasel was given by .)rs. Sim non, sister :of 'thie'deceasedl.' This evinece coliisted principally .of information espplied by"',Missa Swain some day prior to het death,- and was to the eff4t that tire deceased was' to hlave hee4 married to Captain Moore when he srived in pot;cl6:: months.ago:. The nmaraige, -however, for. business' reaons namentioned by Captain Moore, .was postponed until blhie-oext-arrival, sorme eight weeks ago Miss Swain made p/ieparatipeafor, othe wedding,' but a week before her death informed .her 'sister that the marliage wasuhrot io. " take place ; Captain '..Moore having stated tbat he was engaged to a young lady in 'England, and that if he did not make' some arrangements regarding her heiwould be suen...
CHIT CHAT. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 16 September 1887
CHIT CHAT. Every Amerloan house of ordinary pre -ensione undergoes ones in three months a veritable seige of dressmaking-and what an example to us is the systematlo and intelligent way in whioh our sisters across the sea prepare themselves and their work for these periodical "sewing seasons." Everything clearly planned beforehand; the eteeteras, which take such an endless time procuring when thought of at the last moment, at hand, the "ripping ase they term it (arguing 'whimsically that that eannot be unplaied which has not been picked) done; then the gasuirons, to fit on the burners on the room, and avoid constant sendiog to the kitchen; the Ironing boards seatly eovered with flannel and linen, and the lap-boards for cutting.ou,. all tend to make a pleasure of that which, where all s confuesion and Indeoision, often assames the disagreeable peculiarities of a nightmare. if one thinks of its, how many a young wife and others usotnsomed to ordering their dresses fr6m some fashionable...
A MAS[?] IDEA[?] WHAT LADIES WRITE ABOUT. AN HOUR AMONGST THE BONNETS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 16 September 1887
AN HOUR 'AMONGST THE IBONNERS, It is not the flowers but the bosnets that. ,-ome'l? the ip'rlug that have everythibg to ` .do ,wihth'?f noae. .When wldterleavts for. otbeircountries, the lady oountibutor'eomes oetnof her shell, and writes'whole columns about the new goodr for feminine attire ?'meent, and '`dwells" in I rapturobs 'language inlpoirtherf's~loriea of a bonnet trimmed wish " bombeeaue'tand' bed-hangings. When men •ge·ehold Uf thede' effuione thcey are at ioes, and 'fiblly, in oaieues, throw down the paper, and arbtheniatlie the authoreae, This Is hard Opoel him, forhbis pocket in th.e ufferer, and what followi is to explain. to him 'ome of the causes which take his wile away all day on-shoppng tixpedstions; and the reasons whioh, juetity long lrillinere"bills. At 'the Equitable Co-operative Society the'seeretery hli betn letting uut'in a new direction, and ."undee 'his tuition his'lady"as'al·tantsr have 'ftied up one of the large halls of the eatahb Slasshment 'io that i...
PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 16 September 1887
PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE. In commencing this epistle to you, dear Mr. ninos, I must at once state that Ianº'the triend of "Jingo '" who visited the Goulburn Valley a short time ago,.tnd I informed that happy btoul I intended travellingf again towards Tatura and would post your many Leaders with a trifle relating to ourselves. We returned to the metropolis in fair 'condition, aed ."Jingo" was in ecatacy with Tatnas and the many pleasant in habitants he came into contact with. You ought to have heatd that oily tongued tent. relating to Eva the -immense etrides your township had 'taken, ad. what blessings are in store 'for the residents when the shire council lors expend some money in making 'roadways and pathways pedestrianable in rainy seasons. Talk about "*.am" spreading; there is not a man I'll bet 'this side of Albery can equal him. He 'piled'" it on so thick that my risible faculties were touched; so much so that at timese felt he would ovetde it, 'and Eva wrAld "sum up" we had ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 16 September 1887
Ta E VICTRIAN LAND COMPIANY LIMITRD OMce.: ' 4 00COLLINO titREH!EA.T. Oeplito, £1,0,000. lubxrib: d, h568.000. Paid.up, ? t0.COO. lnorve Fuud, .070,000. DIROIEOR : Hon. M. H. Danrl, M.P. William Bowen, Esq, .k. ... John Moodli, lIfq. Robot longlis, Eeq. J.P. INTEREST ALLOWED on.DEPOSITS 8j pel oent, per annum for year L Payble htll. , 12 moonths yearly. FREEHOLD PROPERTIES In Melburne and Suburbs PURCHASBD. MANSION SITES and ALLOTMONTO For HALE' In all the Leadlog hubuoebe S JAMBt.l?I.MEtKOT; M.,nagei." 0oROHG FiTHBiliAgecretary. , m * FOURTH BND BT l(AL BUILDING OFFICES: 7 COLLINS TIREIT.WSST,' MKLOORKNLI JAmnen" Tmer, Iq..' J.P. m Swanoon' street Chaluran. : Henry IraHcl , ieq . J.P, Bourke streeteat Vica. Oalrman; .. " Counillor Joho Ttr~u , Soth YMrrarr, .Vlhe.cile Wlliam e1C llfs, 'q, Rrlehtoo. Frmenn Clark, Eq . Alphlunton. O?Uholll?,F td. Britho, J.P ,'Irltzroy. JnmeoeMOI c .P.. HR.2.. NendddeI Road. John SeUlW, ITMaaglo:Dlrobtor. 7 Colliel street S'ILIIOJtOSS : MeearI. Fink ...
WIT AND HUMOUR. AN AUSTRALIAN GIRL. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 16 September 1887
WIT AND HUMOUR. SAN AusTRALIAN 'ORL. "i8b 's prtty to walk witb,' And witty to talk with; And pleasant, too, to think on. Sm Jone SUoaLras. She bhas a beauty of hrot own,' .A beauty of a paler tone than Eonlish belle.. The SouthernAnn and Southern air, Have kLiscd her cheeks until they wear, The dainty tints that oft tpear On roel? shells. Her frank, clear eyes, bespeak a mind Old-world traditions fell to bind. S he is not eshy Or bold, but simply self-poseeed; Her independence adds a seat Unto her speech, her piquant Jet. Her qsint replyl. O'er olassio volume eshe will pore With joy ; and true eebholastiolore Will often gain. ; In sports she bars away the bhell Rides, rows, singe; nor, 'neth music's spell, To dance divinely, flirt as well, . Does she disdain. --E ar.L CAOLr.LA, Melbourne.
The Mission of the Papacy. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 23 September 1887
The XlWletn of the Papaery. ! The Vatican organ. " Moniteur de Rome," on 32th July published the text of a letter which the Pope addressed to Cardinal Ram. polls on 16th June, when the latter assumed the funolion oul Ponutiflat Secretary of State. The letter explsins at length the principles followed by the Pope in the overrnment of the church. Hi.. Holines. declares that he took upon himeall the mitsioe of reconclling the Papacy with the peoples and Governments- of civalleed States and be proceeds to recount how far this ta has been accomplished in the different countries. In speaking of Italy, Pope Leo develops the leas apnoru.ded in the Uonaietorial All..cotton t 23rd May, and, with segard to the Rman qestion bhe says that people have distorted bis ideas, for be laid down a the basis of pacifictios the acknowledgment of the dignity Ind ndependeone of the Holy See. The Pope then enters upon.a recital ot the rise and growth of the temporal power and of Papal Rome, and- claime-terri...
Papal Territory. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 23 September 1887
Papal Territorl. A prelate who .1l io oantant attendance upon the Pope and who coa be taken as a rflotlono of" the views of Leo Xi ha bs given the R?man orresopondel t of she Daily Ohroniole". an ezploanaton of the recent letter to the Seoretary of State. "'I iL manrleItly erroneoes to give ont," says the prelate, '" tb the Holy See ba obhanged the plncy of ooeollaetio ' 'whibach the mark of the present Pontifoate.. The restoration of the tamporal power as demanded by the Pope does not Imply an 'eva"o. ation of Rme, by the King, of Italy. Tbe elim made i 'feer a .terultoral In. dependence or prilnlplIty which eball -oend tee of alenolrb The Pfr ope, a the tof Mone o or , lemendes Dterul e L Luxembrgn . Teeeb' Papacy must be abnov and beond thos Ibusa cbhnges whlcb take plow It the life of a notion. There is no reaon to suppose that Italy roy not gO tbhl?ub vlcieitudbes like belse of Pianos. Tbhe JPope,1 the tumsts o( Womendo,,,interste, eaoto rsk tire."
A G eat Tidal Wave. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 23 September 1887
A G eat TIdal Wave. Tha Umbra. in areu? voylP , experied a greas tidal wave in the Atlanlio, When the wave wau seen approaching the office on the bridge, 40f.' above the water line, was tinable to see over it. A descriptlon of the oooorrenoe by an eye-witness is sent by the New York correspondent of the "Daily News." "The look.out," he say, "raw he wave coming, and the coarse of the veseel was altered so that she met it obliquely, while the speed of the enginl wel slackened. A I maw the huge wave It looked like a black mass of water with 'white waves on the top and it rolled higher and higher a it neared the vessel. When it struck her she shivered from stem to stern, and the combing of the wave fell with the weight of tone on the deck. The wood cover of the for ward batch wasee splintered am pleces, while the water poured In torrents into the hold, but the bulkheade were closed. The bridge was broken, and the iron atanoblous were twisted with enormous fores, while the turtle back wa...
Monster Gun' [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 23 September 1887
England ias t the present moment the pae aea.or of tbhreell0ton (or, more proerly. 111. ton) breeoh-loading guns. One of these was r-oenty, placed on bhoard. be Benbow, an irontld whichb It not yet. ready for se ; a sesood will probably be pl.oad on board the aime Vessel dtring the aurrent month ; and the thbird is to be kept in reterve in tea of any accoident befallanp either of the othesm. E oh of theas bihg go is 43f:. 8 a. in lseetb; The diameter of the bore is 16 25io.; the lengtb of the powder obamber it 845 a.; and the exterosl diameter of the breeb Ie considershly over . 56t. The gn thn . a projeotile., weighin 1.800:b v and, the strvjao obsrgo is 90010. of p ,der. Otr three houe weapons are po'see. ionso' whihob Grest Britain may reaoonably feel proud. They are triumphe of ornsatr-m tive skill, and they are the moset powerfl weapons of their kind in existenoe.
A PARIS TRAGEDY. (DAILY NEWS.) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 23 September 1887
A PARIs TRAGBDY. a (VaST naws.) It l a long time since vitrol has been used by.an_.liJ rea ed woman as an arm of ven geance The trial of a certain Madame Belligand,.a widow,; has brought a oase of this kind to the front at the Palais de Justine. It has one very remarkable feature. The man for whom ihe suffered the' pangse of despised' love, after his pasio.n, new r, apparently, very great. bad cooled down, was the first person ever killed by a vitriol.thrtwer. Ho died twelve days after a vessel contaIning a quart of the corrosive fluid was thrown into bis face. P?ie unfortunate person was an architect named Courty, and thirty years old, the age of the vengeful widow Madame B.lligand does not seem to have been very .traight.laoed, a uiroomtanoe to which the julgt sarcastically alluded more than once.' She made the acquaintanoe of M. Courty in a chance way in a caf6 in the Boulevard St. Michel. There was an off and,' o liaison of fourteen months, which she took very muh in earnest Aft...