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

ROMANCE AND ADVENTURE. (CorvtR? GlT.) COLLEGE JACK. A. REMARKABLE, YET TRUE STORY OF THF ,Penal Records of Yan Dleman's Land. By C IPTlIIIX L,d CIT CHAPTER V. . Getting fresh horses the young men set off in. hot haste for Campbell Town which tliey' reached the following morn ing, and when the funeral of his mother was ove'r 'John Edwards rettirned to Fingal to take up his crusade of venge ance. Though the eldest of the family he was not yet twenty-six years of age, but his rough and responsible life had given him a gravity beyond his years. He, like his younger brothers, was of medium stature, but an active, hardy life had endued him with considerable strength and a physique that could withstand an almost unlimited amount of fatigue. Michael, the second brother, was twenty-four years of age and Frederick, the youngest, had just turned his twentieth birthday on that unlucky May of 1849. As might be expected, they were thorough bushmen and just the kind of men to hunt down the outlaws...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE MELBOURNE CUP. THE GREAT EVENT OF THE YEAR. A REVIEW OF THE HORSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 21 September 1894

THE MELBOURNE CUP. THE GREAT EVENT OF TIIE YEAR. A REVIEW OF THE HORSES. The great event of the year now rapidly approaches, and--despaite politi cal combinations, contested elections, shearing troubles, Coolgardie gold ilnds, and agricultural prospects--still main taits' its hold on the general public tlhroughout wide and great Australia. The general public are bheginning to can vass probabilities as to wlhat can nald what cannot have a chance in the great coaling event of tihe spring, and the Melbourne ' Cup is already causing brows to corrugate inl deep thought over the clunices of the animals engaged. Let Ius, then, see which of tile horses engaged have got two wailes-wlhich are likely to get two mIiles-which l are un likely, frolm breeding, weight, or other causes, to have a chanlce at two Ililes in this tile greatest event of thle Auls tralian racing ye.ar. Portsea, at 9st 12lb, failed to get as place ill last year's Cup under fst 21b, the race bleing run in 3rin ai 0. sec, an...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SKETCHER. The Greatest Lion Ever Put in a Cage. How the Big Rascal was Caught. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 21 September 1894

SKETCHER. The Greatest Lion Ever Put in a Cage. How the Blig Rascal was Caught. LIst year at this:time, says a writer in tri New York Stil,, I esteimaled that the men:ites is andl zoologiecl g0rdens of FIrat..e, Engtill1, .irmany, and Amenrica ontalied upwards of 500 animals and serpents whion 1 had helped to capture. For seven years I was employed by a dealer in menagerie sttek .t A1,uerd~en to look for and aeeu to o-ptllr any living thing in thie cutiotsy line for wtihe thele was a demand, and I doubt if you canl liud a zoological garden in the woril I iviitih doos n11 otcltain soa ,,ietlcitoeu of my hatuieiork. Sotmetimes I as Will a porte of 15 or 20 people, empleyees cud netlven, and dg.Lin tlts ri was only three of etl in .onpalny. It depuended, of course. oi what stort of ?,etau we were after. Tile largest lion over seen in captivity was tro ip I Iit ar the village of Wady II .lf, on the iV ite Nile, Egypt. Of all thu sportsalo anl o., : aIVL?r weo eat, him none had ever b- h...

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

SARDMONA ' ·BAZAIAI AND BALL. -- -4-- Residenlits of Ardnltiona are nlotedl for their public spirit and energy, and to I lese qualilties are due te erectilon of the excellInt iilding known as the Fruit growers' Institute. 'J'his hull is one of the Ibest iI thie district, anlld of coIurse its erection could not be accomplishled with out incurring lisability. A debt of £170 s(tandls liponl it, aind to wipe this off a IIazaar with iiiitdoir Slorts aulld ia hll was alrrlaged for last week, iandil p)rovedL very successful. It was expecte(d thati the Ilon. \V. T. Webb would have opened the bazaar on Tueslday, the II th, hiut, election ibusiniess prevented him doiing so. IIis place was well lilled by Mr M. Kaviianallgh, who plerformeitd the cerelmony, andiil in dloing so coiigrlatilllted the Idies and aill who had workeid so hard to maili, (lile iiildertakimitg successful. It, was evidenlt from the l ililppellnce of tilhe liilding thltt no ellort hai lteeni sptured to inuik the staills t a...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE NOVELIST. [COPYRIGHT.] TALMUD; A Strange Narrative of Central Australia. FOUNDED ON NATURAL FACTS. CHAPTER VII. (Continued) LOST. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 21 September 1894

THE N OVELIST. [COPYRIOHT.] TALMUD;c A Strange Narrative of Cen ........ tral Australia. FOUNDED ON NATURAL FACTS, I IVAN DEXTER, C CHAPTER VII. (Continued) v 1.05T. An immense pall of smoke shut out r its rays, and as the tl.ults subsided, s it became, apparent to the men c that iteir position was one of tre- v mendous et il.. Even if they could t find the danigerous pI:ss by which they descended it would, be utterly\ itl possible for them to ascend. Long d before they cool I riacih the sumlmit, they wouldl Ihe suflocated lby the suioke. Y Autn?S, trhe vJgetati ,n was ma'erial n ]hichI ave." out alla overpotwer inll..odor. ,Slome of. thll fules were t artl, titl, hotiLtrs pnlu-ent, whilst oc- t casionally a' whiff of smloke highly charged wilh carbonic acid would be en- 1 count, r d. It was this latter that was I dointg tlhe liaren. Like burning char coall in a close roolm, it was ea:ing up i r go 1d dieal of life preserving oxygen. t By some stran'ge ileials it was collslllm- c il...

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

"R APID" BATH IATiB, NO OIL. NO SMELL.L NO GAS. NO I)ANGPR. IrMATE) WITHn WOOD ONLY. B A .-Coll \\VnteSujplyConpli ig B.-Iot Wantcr Out let to Itith. HEIATERS, lift. Gin. high by 11in. Dianmeter, anvo ti s:Lit etitheri end of Blath ISpecial sizes made to order. PRICE :-Heater Only, £2 10s : With all Fttings ready for fixing, £3 5s. Packing, 5s. extra. In Ordering, please state which end of Bath the HEATER is to stand, also Height of Ceil;ng Ihom lath-Frame. ANGUS MACLEAN, M ANU 'ACTURER, Franklin Street, Near Elizabeth Street, Melbourne. rsend for Particulars.] Safest, Simplest, and Most Effective Heater IN TILE MARKET. Hot Water in less than Two Minutes. To be SEEN WORKINC at FOUNDRY DIRECTIONS FOR USE. ---o-- Openl swing door, place some waste paper dll a ifew chips of wood inside on the top of the grating, light *the fire at bottomi hole; in less than two minutes' time turn on the water supply Should a large lquantity of Hot Water be wanted, put 1imore wood on the lire. DIRECTi D...

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

CUSSEN & CO., AUCTIONEE RS, LAND, 'ESTATE, .STOCK, AND - G\EN'E ALAtCOMMISSION r-. AND - Finarnial.Agents. LOANS NEGOTIATED. CLEARING SALES A SPECIALTY. Account Sales and NET PROCEEDS Promptly Rendered. AGENTS FOIl Austrasaat Alliancei Assurancd Co. Mooroiopna' Irrigable' Lands' Inivestmeni _C.,...Limited ....... W?e have always onll hand SHEEP ANDI CATTLE FOR PRIVATE SALE, Also soumdi plendist Properties. MART. CUSSEN & CO., . AUCTIONEERS, Tatura, Mtooroopla, Shepparton, Rush , worth and Undera. Madame 'Anstey.. (Pullpilof Sir Charles Halle), Organist Sacrled Heart Church, Tatlur, Ilas vacaneies for Pupils for ORGAN AND SINGING. Jihriiol Singilg Class ..... cLomIenlcedI Terms, ?s. Gd. pter qarter. Address-Ca sEY-ST 11?Tw, TATUI.S. TATURA WEST END WHOLE SALE AND RE'TAIL BUTCHERING ESTABLISHMENT. Small Goods a Specialty. PRICES MOST REASONABLE. HIDEs, SKINS, AND TALLOW. PUII CHASED FOlt CASII. THOMAS HOGAN, u---~LnOdRIETO R. IF YOU HAVE A Watch or Clock THAT WON'T KEE...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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THE KYABRAM UNION. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1894. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 21 September 1894

THE KYMABRAM UNION. P'UtIILISIiD EV?VirY t1itlIAY ýOIiNteoG. FRID)AY, SEPTIEMBER 21, 1891. TIt new parliament which will at once enter upon its duties lis tthas any import ant questions to deal with. First of course comes the national finances, and without doublt the 'solution, of how to pay our debts will pIizle the-so-called people's representatives. It is to be hoped wise ileasurcs will be intro,luced, and tihe present financial tension reduced if not removeld. Ldgislatiii on that point is of nationci importance amld affects everyl IplJro ill lhe cololy ; bitt there is i subject. which should ait once be grappled with that h.:s a vital bearing on the residlents of the GouiIhurn Valley. This is the qluestionl of irrigationl. It is heond all doII t that lihe fiarmelrs in this district can never repay the huge sums which have bee expendedl by the Rodney and the ,Varianga Irrigation and 1\Water Supply Trusts. That fact is universally ailtitted, and the only point now is what steps wi...

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

COMMERCIAL: The N w ZELALDo Lo.ase & Min. C.ANTItrE Aovicr Co., LTD., report: Wheat-Prices during the past month at one time touched 2s 4d, but receded again to 2s 2.d, and closed for parcels at 2.j3d.: Holders show a great unwilling ness to nccept current quotlations, an ticipating that the outside market- will improve as the year draws to its, close: The wheat thalt is at present being loaded represents largely purchases made earlier in the season. Our closing quo tations are ?s 2-d to 2s 3d, the latter for shipping parcels. Oats--A quieter market. -Good bright clear Algeriads have, however,'claimed some attention, with sales up to 2s Id ; stout white and Danish, is 9d to is 10&d ; while' Al-' gerian sorts have been selling atls 6d to is 7.d for feed qualities, and is! 8d for milling samples. - Barley-Qiioth tions almost nominal. Cape sells at 2s to 2s 21 ; thin English negleetedl. Got.nsloout, MonT &. C,o.;-LTD:, report :-Wheat- The dem?ntd is irthdr quiet...

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

Tile WONDERFUL WATERBURY. An Astniahlag fModern invention. TheWatce far tPeople-a Marvelof Cheapness Strent, AccrnA ad Elegance secured at Ther"T me ierof the Day" defies Competltlon. The sale at the celebrated Waterbury Watche in Anatralasia has been of such a phenomenal character, and they have inade such a Ralpable hit among all tlasses of the commnnity that the " Waterbury WVatch Company hAa decided.to extend its alrentady large business throughout these colonies. The testimony in favour of the WVatrbury Watclh, is simply Overwhelming and Unprecedented in the annals of the trade. Thousandls of Waterbury Watches have been sold inl Australa?ia, and from every quarter colle, unasked for, tributes to their excetlIaIc'.. The extraordinary popularity of tile Watelrbury \VWatch is still further enhanced by the fact that it can be repaired at a siIaller cost thian any other watch. It should not be forgotten that the Waterbury was the first inexpensive Watch that could be Guaranteed to k...

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

CENERAL NEWS. '?iochester show on 3rd of October. First class prize list. The eminent Queen's Counsel, Ser geant Buzfuz will visit Tatura.. on the 3rd of October.: He may be seen 'in the Mechanics' Hall on the evening of that day. T. 'r acommittee , of the .Merrigmn Mech?anics' Institute 'have accepted the tender of Mr G. Bishop -for additions to the hall. Anl entertainment is being arranged for 10th October in aid of funds. . .. Thile public meeting which Was to lamve been held last Monday evening in the Tatura Mechanics' Hall to elect three members of committee for the public gardens, had to be postponed through lack of attendance. \V .. I. Hooper, of north-west Moor oopna, advertises a. black steer which he has lost from his Undera farm. A reward of 10s is olffered for its recovery. If information is sent to this office it will be forwarded to Mr Hooper. The final entertainment. in connection with the Girgarre East winter concerts takes place this evening in the Spring vale churc...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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POETRY. Me an Jones. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 21 September 1894

POE 1lY, lie an' Jous's. ife an' Jones was down the mine. I'd never liked him much; Shoutin' Jores, the hypoorite, we called him, fr. you see, Hie went to Bethel regular, sung hymns, an' psalms. an' such ; Hated dog-fights, hated "mill," an' never went on a spree; Liked to be where sick folks was; always first of all Whenever there'd been an aeeident; held medicine-while we With pick and shovel dug to find the boys down where the fall Had prisoned 'em. Oh, yes, that Jones, he was a Methody. An' so we laughed an' swore he was most silly, like a child; Played jokes on him an' tried to make him mad, an' never did; Done all we- could to tempt him; but, in short, to draw it mild, Jones, as soft as he could be, never one, "back.dlid." &n' now he was to be my mate; I grumbled when I heard That the psalm-eingin', prayin' lad was taoked to a man like me Ihat was the head o' all fun, that everla'tin' stirred The boys to do their devil-deeds. Bah I the Methody I But the boss was bose. ...

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

HELP NEEDED. Mr Campbell McKenzie, resident of Toolamba for many years, died in the Mooroopna Hospital on Thursday week, after some week's illness. The body was brought to his late residence, near Too- lamba railway station, and interred in the Toolamba Cemetery on the Saturday, a number of friends following the remains to their last resting place. Deceased leaves a wife and five children in very straightened circumnstances, and we understand an effort will be made by residents to place Mrs McKenzie and her family beyond the reach of want. We shall be pleased to receive and acknowledge subsriptions in the 'Herald.' on her behalf, as we. understand help is greatly needed.

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 28 September 1894

IMPOUNDINGS. ----- TN.1t .A .-iy I).To'errell,from Nino, lliLk hlolrSLe, ack, lIIng lail, oil fore fet lock enilarged, hranled II over tow illeg ible braids near shoulder u;rey mare, Laik, near knee enlarged, branded Y near shoulderc'; lay colt, iabnt two vet'ars old, light dr:aoglit, silver tail, no visible brand. To I soil on 17th October. E ueo nt,- Ii IT. Ireenan. Tres pass :is ench, less the two calves. Iell steer. hole and slit near eu', parenthesis over It ofil umpi; yellow heifir. bolo and slit 0near car, parenthesis over it off ruuip; red cow, hole and slit n "Ir ear, parenthesis over R nil rlunIp l red heifer calf, n risible brnilLd; red tand lwhite cow, hole ndil slit ieaii' ceau, p11rinthl=isi over R off rnumi : red alnd white hllefer clif, no visible brand. '' hl sold fn 17th October. Monuolrs. -ledrlln or ' 'trnowlerry cow' like AP oiTl' rumpi. To be soldl on 1(1tl, October. IMu cutso x.-Tic S. A. Kerr, l1ea liteti grey saddle ntire, iollii' mttarkid. both knices mirke...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DEATH OF AN OLD IRISHWOMAN. KNEW THE MEN OF 98. [CHICAGO HERALD.] [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 28 September 1894

DEATH OF AN OLD IRISHWOMAN. KNEIW THill M11 OF 118. [Onm eno HIaco nA.] Pilllnned on the breast of ai old woman, who recently died at 311 2 Union-avenue, was a4 tiiny hit of faidtled green wlhichll is lintked with Ircliand's storied struggle, Iand which was as the natal certilicate of lier who was known on the Union-avenue as " Gran:u '" Gireer. Catherine Greer was her full taun1', anal her age was 107 years. She was the oldest passeniger that, as fIllr as call Ie le'iriedl. ever c)lroi' el tIlel Atlantic ; for slue ha. been in Chicango but twenty 'ears, b fi'g 87 when she left her desolate horne in (-eland. When site nut asked her age Irv tihe stoe.11uship aitlhorities oil n leallng (Queenstown she took from hit' ttle puree it hit of green of which werit faahionte the tigeres "1l", a111 " )8," a11 told th)1 the o work- it for theliol) os. They worked it 4)t, hiided by hints wllhich shlle suplI plied, anld they ft)unti1 that the result was 87=--fourscore and stvan. They hesitated ab...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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IMPORTANT SALE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 28 September 1894

IMPORTANT SALE. 1I. iilf6Nl~l1lLui II1I I Co. wYit I hold ai IZIosI, illlpOl.Lllnll als llCo \VCIIIIOSlllcly~ a~t. whoac *tIDt headL of c~t~tls, ii IlolScO, Llb'iugics, I: mrilk carns, -Iii pigs~ andll a hlost of sauidrl~icsi will hau pat notice~ tIlu lzaazna~ll '. ¶l'hzis gesa uteaing saicl isll Cjl'ili~ig,,ll 1(1 115115 of Iliti 511115 Satti hog hunl- to, dsvote Ijuoussl t tto shzucjt farum lug. hI~nir~'aioa rlhiutild Iliut ujoiss time sI~lS, 55s this c:t ts ar an~ sp~II~ludiit lot S'soa :luieiowllllil, boLCill Jl~llltCil sll, 1111(1c it I11 rascresll OILH LIII( ItlOjl'~ll 1, ~ I Illn j..1 C lill·,I.is lltt HIllliPitIPt cth~sts ilL BCllllIhl I10. tiauausa-th,, citeS ii,~ HUlircallb~IUt 1. IliIIIS~ CIOitU, 1111 lIIijllltl)·ill I rO Ut ztt .ni. t11s itly Woillil L toU hornst oadings, jrl4)L~ts Iii.l~·~, ILt ly~Lsll· Ill~i.c- iI, Ii" Oitrllll jill 111021!, liylcII11y ntisiass I izou klb lrt Lily LiIctlliV cItlicI ~llit 1WLil tist ~jli ilTIIII.i tilts zipproveri arttaacn!y~ut illnl51C...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MOOROOPNA RACE CLUB. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 28 September 1894

M00ROOPNA RACE CLUB. ANNUAL M EE'l'INU. lhe annitlil meetinig of ImIeiibers of the above dt was held at, ILicltey's hotel, Mionrinola, on Friday, 21st inet.. 1r Floreice in the chair. Aftur the cirresiondleoe had hern Jobel. with, thie unntual report aid balance sheet. were read oit, aiid showed l hand ,omi profit on iisite i ii's racing. Thie income fronm nlltil soures moned to £.l l i (III, whii! the e'.x nditu re eolnhann oil analysi ; showed it bnk il: 11( llcite cairiedi over I'rioi Ist veni .fu 7 17s nil. Prize mionev anmnoted to m17. tst of h iich had iee won by horses il thie intine liate district. L'rin.o ing adl other expinae; llie to X10 0. lid, which llft i s lrpinse of £ lti i Id. Of this £11: Os :i had been paidil to lithe Comumercial Jhiuik is part, relmyiient of loan and interest, leaving, a balance of £2: :s 5d to be caltriel fioriard. The chairmani riemarked that cIIon sidering lite straitened dtmies, lthe result of last seaisi's rmein;g hal been very satisfitetort...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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MERRIGUM RAILWAY STATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 28 September 1894

MERRICUM RAILWAY STATION. -----~ Somec time ago the Railway Cotninis stioners niotifiedl that the station muaster at lferrigtti would be replacetd by a woman. Messrs W. Wilson aniId IV. 13Bray thIOereuponi took action in the in terests of residents to stop such ait course being adopted, as the traflf at the station was too0 heavy for it woman to) ntage. These gentlemen have received through the 1nlo. .1. tStenberg the foil lowing letter on the subject, whichl speaks for itself : V'ietorail tailways. Sellretary'- )llitee, Spencer SIt., Sept. 21. Sir,-Adverting to your letters (2) of the I Ith anl 12th lost. f'orwardting :t tuchled coaa, naatations fromt M1Issrs W. VilsoIaI ulI t W. dirty, asking thati the statutn nIalsier' Jmay lnt be retmoreit floemn Mllrrigonm station. I anm tirected by the ueitig Cioimissiaters to in fort yell that it is intliitelt as early is possible to .n arrangel mnatters that a Iianl shall divide I(li time betwevcen 31,rrrigunannd Itrttlwinsrillle, and (illri...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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THE NEW MINISTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 28 September 1894

THE NEW MINISTRY. 'lThe nerw liuistry were sworn inl yesterday afternoon as follows : Premier auld Treasutrer, Mr G. Turner. Attorney General, Mr Istincs. IDefence, Mr Sargood. Chief Secretary and Eduecation, Mr Peacock. - P'ostmaster Generail,Mr ir uIly. Lanls and Customts, Mr Best. Solicitor General iand Heaith, Nlr Cuthbert. IRailways, AMr Williams. hMinecs and Water Supply, Mr Fosier. I'Public Works atnd Agriculture, Mlr LTaverner.

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 28 September 1894

"RA P ID" DATU I:AT:L, Safest, Simplest, NO OIL. and Most NO SMELL. N G S L Effective Heater NO GAS. IN THE MARKET. NO DIANGER. Hot Water in less EAT'LED WITH WOOD l) than Two Minutes. ONIY. To be SEEN WORKING at FOUNDRY DIRECTIONS FOR USE. B _--o- : Open swing door, plnce some waste I papcr and in a few chips of wood inside onl the tolp of the grating, light the fire at bottom hole; in less than two mninutes' time turn on the water supply Should a large quantity of Hot Water be wanted, put more wood on the fire. i I CTIDMS FOR FIXINGC. - GTt r=Place the Heater at one end of the -TaiI.Bth-Framie, or where most suitable. Coineet cold water supply to coupling mrlkltel A with a stolp-tpll, inn con - veniclent position for regulating the supply. Carry smoke pipe andl casing through lthe wall, taking care to pre Ircnt ally loiwn dlnraught. A.-Cold WaterSupplyCoulpling. B.-Hot VWater Outlet to Bath. [-FEATERS, Ofl. Gill. HIighi by.11 in. Diameter, m1e to saluit either end of Bath Special ...

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