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A TALE OF THE [?] TIMES. MUTINIES AND MASSACRES. (NEW ZEALAND HERALD.) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 23 September 1887

TA-? OF TI ' t"?N Ti I (st ZERALANDI HERALO.) CaptainG Br ek ot tiother;of Mr. Sameel irowatii ng, p?. uklad, and,brother. inlaw. of :John4.Ertice., thu, renowned civil engineer;, the jinvaseOior. uof- the ;Monitor. Amongst thoepalrd erof tho'deceMaed gentle man le i' journasl of a voyage to the South Sea lelaids5 in itt.. wethooeri' Caledonia, belonringr' tn Sidiier. ':his is of very con. sideritilebi lai?ce irt; - hli cing the events and actoi tr'jinhone' oathd ) led: Sixteenth Demtlober, 1831, ailed from Sidney in. the chli?crtee Cauledoiai far the' inside "pagsels of ."'roir.' S:raiae. "Loo Islands,' to pick ib' the wreck of the Amerci;s' and proceeded to the northward, with;variable wirhde,' n?iending to go to Moreton Bay (at traht eiime a penal settle. Ients) for two bat* left, there by the ship's company. :On the 2,10, Decomber arrived at Moreton-Bay, .ad cutomuunicated with the antheeiliee. Captai. B.?.ae, the commandant, ordered the two boe' t, he sent down from Brisbane to...

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BAD LANGUAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 23 September 1887

BAD LANGUAGE. Mi?. Betel Primme: He really is such an uglylookiung devil, you know. Vicar : Well, he is. :,Hostes, who overheare: My good. nees graoiouse me t [They were only rie. oraming the Mephistopbeles of a provincial dramatic company J

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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PHILOSOPHY AT THE POPPING CREASE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 23 September 1887

PHILOSOPHY AT IBE POPPING CREASEL " The glorious unoertainty 1' why,to be?ore That it Uit be the alowesl should see at a For cricke , as long as thesport shall endnur Moar be la ite nature a mere game of T'rs all pitch and toes;" one can show it 'Tins't soence or strength rules its Ioees or Hall depends on the " pitch"-ot the wicket The yo know, to o t ni The rest on the "tome'--for fest inning.

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"THE MUSIC OF THE FUTURE." [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 23 September 1887

STHE MUSIC OF THE FUTURE." !famms, to her daughter, who bu just entered : Mabel, dear, come and sit with me. VWe've had enough Wagner for thbis morning. I'm getting a little tired of it. bMable : Ma, dear, I haven't been touching the piano. It' nurse and baby I

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THE WAY OUT OF IT. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 23 September 1887

THE WAY OUT OF IT. A young couple have recently been sena tenced to matrimony in rather acurious way. A young man and young woman were con teatint poseession of a piece of property, the one claiming under an old lease, the other uander an old will. "It Just strikee me," said the ustice. " that there i a pleseeant and easy way to terminate this old law sait. The plaintiff appears to be a respeciable young man, and thb is a very nice young women. They can both get married and live on the farm. If they go on with the law proceedinges, it will ll be frittered away between the lawyers, who, I am sure are not ungallaJnt enough to wish the msarriage not toincome off." Theyoung lady blushed, end the younu man stammered they "liked each other a little bit ;" so a verdlot was rendered for the plaintiff on condition of. his promise to, marry the defendant within two months a stay of exeoution being put to the verdict till the marriage ceremony should be com. plated. About the first match ever ...

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A Man Killed by a Sword[?]-h. (SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 23 September 1887

A 3Ma tle, d by a Swordfl?s. (so80zzAlno AMItOOAN ) In the last. "Bulletin" of the United States Fish Commissifon, W. A. Wilco=, in a letter to Professor Baird, relates a curious accident that befell Captain Langsford, as follows:-" The echooner Venus is a small vessel of about twelve tout, owned and commanded by Franklin D. Langeford, of Laneavllle. Mas., with a crew of three men, engaged in the general fsheries off the coset of Massachusetts. On Monday morning, 9th August, 1888, Captain Langelord sailed from home in pursuit of swordfish, About 11 a.m., when about north east from Hallibut Point, In Ipswich Bay, a fish was seen. The captain, with one man, taking s dory, gave chase, and soon harpooned the Lish, throwing over a buoy with a line attached to the harpoon, after which the fish was left and they returned to the vessel for dinner. About an hour later the captain, with one man, again took his dory and went out to secure the fish. Picking up the buoy, anptaia Langeford took h...

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FAMOUS CONJURERS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 23 September 1887

FAMOUS CONJUBERS. I have just read of the death of Profee. not Herrasunn. in his native.town, CarlibaIs. Germany,' said, Manager Louis .S4sarp-. sf McVicker'c Theatre yesterday. ' H w.s Irho original Hcrrmuant., and the greatest rra.ti. digitateur ths.r ever lived. I eaw himn lihec i oew Orleans in 18 0 lie "as tho originar, of the fish htick, at that time considered the meost wonderul invented. Extendini hi.s left arm to the audience, he drew a hasdk, t e'lis across it with his right, and in hi. -it hand appeared a large globe with coldifh witnming around in it. Again he threw the handkerchief acrole. his arm, drawing it down over the globe, and immediately there were two globes full of fishb onestandinu on rhe other. This wan his greatest feat. The Herrmann now playing in New York chirne to be a brother of the original Herrman,. I believe they were together for a number of years.' *' Talking of prestidigitateurs.' said a travelled cisizen, 'd a.anaememkeender son. "The Wizard of t...

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LIKE AND UNLIKE. CHAPTER XXI.—(CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 23 September 1887

LIKE AN1I)_UiNLIKE. B Md . RE. sADDoN, A thor U lady Auday's laesetl' tc; SConi.wa XXI.-(CoTfalUn.) "Lao reed the letter as shbe passed ioto ;er rsawilgroom, followed by Mr. Botiaing, who felt that tb atmrosphere was tom. 'You are toogood to ask me to srtay,' he matterea 'but I have just remembered a mot patlelar appointment at the Junior Vaulno.' He was golng, but she stopped him with her hand on his cost sleeve. 'You are not seh a poltroon as to 'run asay beaosn I'Fm ~I rouble, are you, Beaehing? ' she awked, contemptucusly. She eblled him Beohbing or Joe indif. ferently,' with a famililaity which seemed halfseornfnl, . but which he liked, never 'theless, in hib doll way. 'I'll stop if you like,' he said. 'What's the rowl' . ,e h seen her in trouble before today, and had been ordered to help her, and the 'resultbhadben duly recorded in his bank. book. He could see the figure on the clean white pse now, a he stood there, .helpleess abd' hatIrluoctant. 'Nothing bad come of that foma...

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HOUSEHOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 23 September 1887

HOUEBBOLD. OATaAll BaseD.-One hallf.pft otnieal. 1 and ?l pints of fl or, one half .teaspoonful of salt, thbree teeepooneful of baking powder. and three-fourths of a pint of milk. Boll oatmeal in one and one hbalf-pint iselted water for one hour, then dilate it with milk; set aside to get perfehtly old. :Sif together flour, salt, and powder. When oatmeal preparation I. cold, place it in a bowl; add to it the foor, ete., mix smoothly and deftly together. Poor from bowl into greased tin, bake in. moderate oven forty-five minutes. Protect loaf with paper first twenty minutes. Bnown TEA-cAvas.-One pound of brown meal Door; rob Into tbis one piled tea spoonful of Borwiok's baking powder, a teaspoonfol of fine carter eugar, and a salt spoonful of salt. Bob tshe butter into thisb; mix the whole into a stiff paste with lukes warm milk, roll it out quickly, and out into ronodi with the cup of a wineglass. Bake them on tin ,till sooked. They may then be'split and blttered, or be eaten sold wi...

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THE GOLDEN HOPE. A ROMANCE OF THE DEEP. 'I dream't drem that we not all a dreme.' CHAPTER XVII—(CONTINUED) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 23 September 1887

ikiE GULDEN 11iUk'. A RBOMANCE OF THE DEEP. 'I dreamt a dream that we aeo alt a dreas.' B: W. CIA RUesU.r CgiAPrB XVIL-(CoiTrIUND i One or two of the older among the men would case an asekant glance aloft and then at B'ram, perhaps fearingamuddle presently. Mr. FortencOe stood to leeward of the helm, revelling in the grand pace-it was that now; indeed there was the swiftons of the flying fihb in the mere look of the schooner as she sprang clear of the smother about her bows, and went wish a cleaving launch down thbe clear, liquid green; for Ignorance rendered him fearless, and to landgoer upon the ocean everything is light till everytbing is wroog. Maybe Hiram noticed this, in which case it would help to make him ohstinate to prove the schoon owner; bat a glance from old Stone, whose face was growing a bit grave spite of a longing to race and beat the ship ahead, might have moved the skipper intogiving some order to diminish the strain, had not his eye been taken by tl e stranger ; ...

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The Kyabram Union. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 23 September 1887

POUBLISIIRD EVELRY. FRIDAY. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23. 1887. :A ? numerously signed. -petition of farmers an'd others iii sind around Taturn having :beei presented to Mr. W. M. Brown,:Presideht of the Rodney Shire Couhcil, asking hiinm to cbnvene`a public meeting; that gentleman has complied with the: request, and has fixed upon Thursday, 29th inst., at one' o'cleok, at" the Mechanics' Institute, Taturn, as the time andt place for the purpose of dis cussing. the advisability of. forming a ranch ' of the Farmers' Protection Association. . Judgng trom the interest taken by those engaged in agricultural pursuits in the matter, we opine there will be a large gathering on the date above-mentioned. - At the Police Court last week, before Messrs. Williams and Love, three young men were charged with unlaw fullydiicharging firearms on a Sunday. Tihey were discharged with a caution. Another -individual, for insulting be laviour, was :fined £~3, or seven days' imprisonment.. On Tuesday . morning Mr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 23 September 1887

Vital Questions I I1 .1 :.: the most eminent Phy?ician S'r any school, what. is the best thing in .. world for:.quieting and allaying" all i. imtion of the nerves, and curing all forms , ,ervous complaints, giving natural, S:llike refreshing sleep always? And they will tell you unhesitatingly. " Some form of llop Il I". I k any or all of the most eminent '1 '"""ýiCiana . What is the best and only remedy that *: he relied on to cure all diseases of the " 'neys and uisnary'organs; such as Bright's once, dinbetes, retention, or inability to Snln urine, and all the diseases and all slunts peculiar to Women " \nd they will' tell you explicitly and o.." ohatically "aeehu!' .. sk the same physicians . What is :the most reliable and surest r," 'e for all liver diseases or dyspepsia ; conl - ntion, indigestion, biliousness malaria, '"- .'r, naue, &c., "and they will tell you: .Ilfandrake I or Dandellon II 'ience when these remedies are combined i others equally valunble, \nd compound...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 23 September 1887

"BROADS ARROW." -0 A' dark aheutnut, four years old, by tlhenoted Irish hunting horse Broad Arrow.. Da,;i by tlie celebrated steeplechase htboFe Fitzjamns, the winner of some first-class races in Ireland, iincludingith"400'guincas in tlo' North;iit Oldestone Grand dam, by Hercules, ono of thegreatest steeplechase hiorses who ever ran'in Ireland, who won two:Grand Nationals in succession 'nt'Crai~billy"in tthli'North; 'aso"nt Ballaclarat inl theLfollowing year, beating a great field of hnirese,?including the' famous Laura ard Cock Robin. Laura .nfterw~ardis" went to Eniglandl anid beat eTerythig, an'd was sold f1hr1,000 .g~uineas to go to France. Mr.' Ryan, horse buerr for tlhe Melbourne Omliibhu; Company' bred' a coltby "Hercule?, whicb l on th?cGrand Mililitary;Steeplechases"at Puncliestoivn;laniiff aiis?;fterwards sold for` 1,000 guineas to go. to Eiglandl. Gieat:;grand? diiibli?~oiie f Irelaniid's faunious sire, Blind Harper. This horse is just the sort to produce weight-carrying...

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UN BAL DE MI-CAREME? CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 23 September 1887

Br 0. G.' FURLEY, ?IN A rns YuAn BoVnD. . Cor ... 1.i + C, The Marquns A:aina d. Is Trdnoutlle wae a mn 'of liberal principlre. The descendant of one of bhe olds?a housea in Frame, whose maemherj bhid iermarried with the Conib aoac B.,urbonr; and had 'thought it no great honou no oall the king sheir cousin, he ongns so have been a' Legitimist. He wue anophing; Orlesanrs, Republiean, lImperiallrl. t. publican again., He served every party that would give him na portfollo sod a p.neDOs, in retuin for the ornamental Ose of his ano?nt title. Be bha been Minister of Sthie for almost evrrything ; and as be was Imi attially ignosant' of all th subjects enuous?ad to him, it cannot be rsaid that he fai'ei more coneplouoeily in one capaoity thau arother. Finally, he took to diplomaey, an wase appointed Arubaseador to a S.uth American 'tate, where he dietingoilhed him self greatly, being the very pink of oourtesy, and a Paes Mater in the art of evasion. It'wa?' hile he was Minister of Fine Art...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 23 September 1887

JOULBUllN VALLEY COACH FACTORY, Main-street, Mooroopnn, Hoyle, Lea & Lummis, Proprietors. 8ivery description of Vehicle made to order on the premises at the shortest notice. Repairs neatly and quickly executed, and nil work guaranteed. `Old Conveyaroces tminimed up and painted, Or taken in exchange. hIorses Carefully Shod. B. L. LAMBERT, 'WHOLESALE & RETAIL SEEDSHAN AND NURSERYMAN. AVE a Choice Assortment of FRUIT TREES for SALE, true to namne- Oranges and Lemons, 18s per doz. Fruit Trees, 12s. per doz. Gooseberries, 6s per doz. * Pines and Shelter, 5s per doz. British, Foreign, and Colonial seeds. A splendid assortment of Trees now al view at Mr E. T. Davis' Garden, Casey-strcet, Tatura. MRS. DUFFY. Fashionable Dressmaker, etc. In the Premises lately occupied by Mn. R. II. BOYD. - 'rAll Orders punctually attended to. M ASON and WILSON, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BUTCHERS, 'GOULBURN-STREET, TATURA. Rennets for Sale. All Kinds of Small Goods always on hand. HIDES, SKINS, AN...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 23 September 1887

-t: P '.An'5'Rýý I HEMP & MANILLA -. ;ý °TWINE OF ý.,r. ,ý,,,. 'R" yý SAFCAL QU i ., ~-71 -s bra, -ý= -= -,v , _ _ BIX s RMISvý " LE LATEsT CTOoRY JULY.1887.. GOLD MEDAL & TROPHYvAruzt OD10 FRANCE. Notices.,. ADVANCE on WOOL, GRAIN, &e., STOCK, STATION PRO 1)UCEoftall Jinds... . . New?'Zealand ,Loan aid: Mercantile Agency Company (Limited;) CAPITAL '. ... S,00,000 RESERVE FUND. .... £27,000 Make Liberal Cash Adviances on Station S atrities,' Ensuing Clips of `Wool, Grain, &c. FOR SALE 'iii MELBOURNE, Or SHIPMENT to LOND('N. Auction Sales of Wool held :regularly thaougllout the season. Auction.-Ssles of-. Tallow, Hides, Shelepakins,.Leather, &o., three times a week throughout the year. Auction" Sales of Grain, Flour, &c. held every Wednesday. • DAVID ELDER'," Manager. I. YOUNGHUSBBAND, Wool anid Produce Manager. Melbourne.Wool and Grain Warehouses Collins-street West. r T IlE COLONTAL 3MUTUALT LIFE AS SUIIANCE SOCIETY (Limited) MUTUAL L...

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PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 23 September 1887

?AST, PRESENT, AND).FUTURE. [Bi Fuss fANCE Thei conservators . of the pnae In Taturalnnd deserve eulogizing from myiy .goseq'ill, 'because : Yobserve they are ho respecters of persons. During my w ilks a'iroadtle other evening I noticed 'onee .with an eiye. like an hawk. The iidlividial's prey 'wa not a mil lionnire.;neither 'did hoI Wlk in'a huminh state 'f li'fe 'e ; was what may: b likened,:as . ietwi ct tndi bitween, , and 'asl he .l?id been.:ndhlginrg too freely with the 'enemy that steals away the rwain, his ~'deportnieit wa'S 'not at 'll' 'enviable,, neither, suitable to orne who 'might aspire to 'a calitainy in the Sal vation Army. :'The inibibist had an inr 'troduction to ~ fessrs, William and Love 'through, thagt'i;bligiu, .and esteem'td "officer, Mr. C'ahill; and, notwithistand ing the, speig? l for lenlency, their wor shiips fined '-Waptraw £8. Eishei*r talking pi'riot, squabbling, swearing, 'staggering,, or .discoursing With your. own shadow. 'Dash the wine cup away -do...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 23 September 1887

- Tfl. VitCirIC.CN L~Y +{ 'NFOY Lll1TrrD 44 COLLINS PREER T EAST. Capital, 41,000,000! i I i Subealked, a488,00 Y Pai"dp. abe,Co0.. ee .vs h iud70,00.: so.. M. . Davies., .P. Willuan owr, Esq.. k .. Joun Moadie, Eilq. nBowaIlglla, Rq. ;, : ..P. INTERUBT ALLOWMD on DEPOSITS 0i per cent per annm iS year. Pa y.ble ailt err ssU "all. o . FREEHOLD PROPERTIES In Melbourne and Suburbs . MANSION SITnES ?d ALLr tRTis , In all the Leadinog oburbs JAMES . MEuCES, manager. GEOREPSrtHES. Secretary.s T? e FrOURTH I TDC'8 IAL BUILDIRO Cha rman. n oenry Franiestl*, Eeq., J.P, Bourke street east, Vioe. lliam ?nlo?, Req 1 Bit.., . F"ranlS Clark, Eq . Alpblaston. . ,uaoIlllor F J. Brultte, J.P., lizroy. Jamse Moore, Ba4.J.P., andhidge Road " - John Bellie, Managinp Direcoer, 7 Collis airet, west . .. MEwn Fik end Bleet,saltuotree esaat. NEW ISSUE OF £I PEtMalNE.i tHARES The direltos have determined upon lmring 2.000 permane at hnr, at.L pemlum no 2s. d4. per shern . he vales tle sa l inBretmeu to trut...

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SUICIDE—A SAD AFFAIR. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 23 September 1887

SUilCIDE-A X AD AFFAEIR. Mr. Josnhua DulTot, son of,Mr. .T. G. Dnffet, of MIssrs. DIufft ;nI Brown. a well-known irnlr of Mellrburtne solicitors, died on Friday at Dandenong from the effects of a gunshot wound which there can he no doubt was deliberately self-in flicted. . The deceased was 33 yVears of age and resided at Canflcll. He was n married, lanl was well known in sport ing circles, principally in connection with racing. For seven or eight years he hadrl traiii Iehorsen at CaulfeIlc, and run ther. uinder the assumed name of Mr. J. G. Roil. His principal saccess was achlievd two years ago wnitli Grace Darling .in tihe race for the Caulfielhi Oup, which shIe won, and the same mare nlbseqnently was beaten by a hread only for the -AlMelbonuie- Cup won by Sheet An~chor.- 'tie Ghost' and Gadfly. loth winnelrs h f thei V.A.T'.. Ladies' Trophy,' were amnongst otlhers ..of Iis winning horces. For some tinme past. howeorer. Mr. Duffet's racirng operations lrive'not been attended by asu...

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AT A SMOKING CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 23 September 1887

AT A SMOKING CONCERT. Herr Professor : You bht a remargaply howelfu| foic. m r vrent I BaEho: Yea I Do iou think it will fill St. J4mer-'hgll ? Herr Profesaor: Fill St. Cbarnee'sehal T Acb, my vrent, it will not only rILL St. Chmmes'e.ball -it will suPTr i)

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