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NEW EXPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 28 September 1894

NEW EXPORTS. ---4------ - III coinsequence of thie encoutragement received by the IDepartuent of Agricul tulle from tile result of lust senson's shipiments of pouiltry, rabbits, hares, gamne, etc., it Jhas beenI decided to coln tinue this season slhipnments of the same kind, as also of ntutton, ltamb, real, and pork. Produtlce of the kinds imenItioned will be received at the City Freezing Works, Flinders-street, Melbourne, in or after the following dlates, altlhoghl in the caUse of lambs, a few might be for warded during October iand Novetm ber : Turkeyc sad gaoe ... October I, 15:11 Veaal . ni pri ... ... t October t, 1t 1i iutton and ltet i ... u et I"mceIn , Ii IN D~ucks nett t it ... January I, 1l5JJ Personi desliiris of shliptping intiittI, lamb, or real IImust give notice before consigting to thlue deplartilent, which will undertaklle to receive, store, Ilbug, label, freeze, and ship It it cost of ')d. per head to be paid bli Iy thie shlipper, togethler witlh freihlt, ubefore ...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ROMANCE AND ADVENTURE. (COPYRIGHT) COLLEGE JACK. A REMARKABLE, YET TRUE STORY OF THE Penal Records of Yan Dieman's Land CHAPTER VI. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 28 September 1894

ROMANCE AND ADVENTURE, ( orviiitic.) COLLEGE JACK. A REMARKABLE, YET TRUE STORY OF THE Penal Records of Van Dieman's Land. Br C4./PT1lAII L JIE. CHAPTER VI. A short examination around the lagoon, which at the particular point was formed by the oveiflow of the stream, revealed the fact that a camp had been formed on the south bank of the sheet of watcr and apparently it had been occupied for several days. The occupants had gone so far as to light a small fire, and had it not been for the testimony of the dead horse this would have been conclusive evidence in the minds of the pursuers that it was not the two men they were in search of who had been at the place. " It must have been those fellows we are alter," spoke the constable; "the tracks of two horses are visible. No doubt they drove them into the lagoon and then shot them. The heavy rain that fell the day before yesterday would overflow the water here in a heavy volume to the gulch and wa-hl down the bodies of the horses-at least...

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

CONTEMPT For your ailments is siimply connitnittilng suicide, every nan is the centre of the universe to hinmscelf, yet how many do we daily meet who complain of weakness. liver complaint, neuralgia, and so on? Hundreds of such sufflerers are met with every week who neglect tlhecir cases whlen thcre is a reliable remedy in Clemcents Tonic at laud, This prepiration is distinct from the many disglised purga tives called indigestion cures, tihe use of which are most harmful to the patient. Clements Tonic does not give relief by drastic catharsis, but aims at curing tihe cr.use of the disorders and then the un pleasnant symptoms cease. If you suffer, remember that without treatment the dis case must increase, and that it is criminal on your part to neglect your case, at any rate your life depends on your getting proper treatment and may be the lives of a wife and family. Therefore do not delay, get Clements Tonic and do not be put off with vile purgatives or substitutes, and you will mu...

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 — 28 September 1894

MITCHELL & CO. Have gained highest awards on record for DOUBLE-FURROW PL T TG- I BS ..it Splenidid and Decisive Victories gained everywhere at different field Trials of the Colonies. -on Werrilee granid clhampion maItch, 18)1.-First priz)e, 25; second prize, £15 hird prize, £10.. Three ploughs of Mitchell" & Co.'s only at work, each gaining hIe highest pris, ze tI hreating impleiments of other notel maIkers. Werriiee grand champion match, I S92.-First, prize, £25; second prize, £15. Mitchell & Co. again wintning the two highest prizes. Iiternational plouightuig mtatch, 1ie11 it Olarence, ilihart, asmania. Oct. 4 andi a, 189:1.-L'irst Prize, £2. Slitehell andl On. wrintiiig the highest awardL with lily onle dole-tfurrow plough at work. Mitchell & Co. also gained third prize vith single-furrow plough. Mitchell awl Co. ihave gained silver trophy as li te nist suctcssful plougliiuhakers Lt tle illiefmlitull match t ed at i[-Iat, Tas ntiiita. -0- The abour...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE KYABRAM UNION. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1894. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 28 September 1894

THE KYABRAM UNION. PUBLlSnED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 189)4. IT can be fruly said that never in tile history of responsible government in Victoria has It parliament been returned which does more discredit to the electors than tile one whlich will meet next Wednesday. So far as country con stituencies are concerned, the solid com mon sense of men who have a heavy stake ill the land has made itself felt. In some few instances men utterly in comlpetent, if not unprincipled, have been returned by rural electorates, but they are few and far between. Unl fortunately such is not the case in the metropolis. Candidates have been sent to parliament by city constituencies who, judged from any standpoint, are abso lutely unfit to represenit the people. If men, whose skulls are as empty as their pockets, but whose check is brazenl, anid whose principles are of tile vweathercock type, are chosen to frame laws and lift the coluntry from the quagmire of debt into whlichl it has f...

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 — 28 September 1894

GENERAL NEWS. A show week. 'Mammoth! Marvellous!! Majestic !! A cheap trip to the Murray next Tuesday. Cobrain show. See page 3 for agricultural show notices. Pars on this sheet. Rochester Agricultural Show will take place on Wednesday next. Fine piize list. Murchison will be en fete on next Thursday.s Agricultural Show on that date. Nathalia show ground one of the prettiest in the colony.. Show takes place next Thursday. Numurkah Spring Show oni Tuesday, October 9), likely to excel all pre decessors. Last Monday 2031 gallons of milk were separated at the Girgarre East creamery. Mr Luke Flanagan painted Echuca red-and blue last Friday with Tatura Agricultural Show bills. Seven thlousaud people expected at the Tatura Show. Tatura's hospitality equal to soventythlousand. Come along friends. "Gentlemen, charge your glasses. Now then, no heel-taps. " Success to the Tatura and G. V. Agricultural Society. HuIrrah !" Help one, another. We will expect residents of Cobranm, Rochester, Mur ch...

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 — 28 September 1894

TO STAND THIS SEASON AT GOWRIE PARIIK, TATURA, The Importil Dranuglilt Entire, 4 BOSTON TOI, N. Importdl by Air. P. PowerL, pier .s. Sussex B OSTON TOM (2,728) is a rich danpplled L bay, stands 17 hands h'gh, and has proved himself a istre foal-getter. Iec is an execalingly well shapned horse, and has massive flat bone, stylish action, and goal tempelr. Ie is one of the heaviest-weighted horses ever landedl in the colony, andl has plencty of hair. IiBred by Mr Joseph Peck, of Algarkirk Fen, Lincolnshire; sire, Honest Tom (1,111). the property of Mr E. Gant, of Alford; grndlsire, IHonest Toni (1,110). This unapproachable horse hai the lionor of winning six IRonyals in succession, doing duty at the studl all the time. Some of hlis pro geniy are in every quartecr of tihe globe whicre a art ihorse is to hbe foundl. Blostlon Tomn's dam was brad by MIr William Clark, of Leverton, by tIhe Lincolnshire HIIero; grand dati by Eno's True Briton. Boston Toni, is a two-year-old, took first prize...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ECHUCA AGRICULTURAL SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 28 September 1894

ECHUCA AGRICULTURAL SHOW. Tis show was held last Friday, and proved successful, nearly 3000 people being present, the takings at the gates being £10-1. Tile exhibits as a whole were fairly good, ainl in some classes especially so. itn draunght horse stock, Messrs ,lhin Mills, Tongala ; J. Arcli bald, Painnoomiilloo; Thornton Bros., Top Creek; and JI. Tweedle, Koyuga carried off the prizes with fine animals. In blond stock, Mr A.. F. Kelly secured the championship. Messrs Nicholls. T. Lyons, Mills, Stokes Bros., McLeod Bros., J. C. Young -anid R. S. Suther land were also prizetakers. Mr ''. SDavey of Tatura carried oif till the prizes in t~lelharness class. In buggics, Messrs Miller of Echuea carried evertling. lThe following are the principal winners. DIRAUGOT HORSE STOCK. [nmported or Colonial Draught Entire, - -Jolh Mills, Toiigala, 1 ; W. Henry, r Narioka, 2. STwo-year-old Draught entire or geld Sing,-- . Archibald, Pannoomilloo, 1. Yearling draught colt or gelding, 1 . Crawford,...

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 — 28 September 1894

The ="Alpha B" De Laval Hand CREAM SEPARATOR *3N31WRhL AGENTS: - - 18 QUEEN STRiET, MELBOURNE. The Separators are the very latest patterns and combine all recent improvemernits in Hand Machines, which render them vastly superior to any other make. Tue ' ALPrr B,' 60 GALLONS PER-' HOUn, is spccially adapted for largesdairies 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 thle smaller sizes. It has a long frame which, being screwed to the floor, renders the msachine perfectly firm and solid, and probof against shaking.. The bowl is fitted,with a cream screw, so that thick or thin creanm' iy be had at will. The separatorbeing-so compact, occupies a very trifling space. THE 'ALrPHA BAY,' 30 GALLoNs Pen HOun, has recently been greatly imuproved, and is now in all respects similar to the ' Alpha B.' It is adapted to dairies milking from ten to twenty cows. A boy can worlk it readily. Price': Alpha B, £40O Ba...

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

NUMURKAthI. Numurkah will be an fete on tile Ist of October, when the annual spring show in connection with the Agricaltoural Society will be held. This year   the prize list has been considerably in creascd through the addition of several now classics. This proves the depression has had no effect on the conmmitte   of the society. A novelty in the shape of the weight-guessing competition will be a feature, while the high-jumping contest and tile trial of hunters promise to   be specially interesting. Special trains will run on show all day at holiday excursion fares on tile Nathalia and Cobram   lines, land on tile Seymour to Numurkah line. Passengers may travel at excursion fares from Seymour to Numurkah     by ordinary train leavilng the former place at 9.25 a.m. A special will leave Numurkah for Seymour till tile evening, leaving Numurkah at 8.10 p,m., anuld reaclhing Seymour at 11.35 p.m. Entries clos...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RODNEY SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 28 September 1894

RODNEY SHIRE COUNCIL. SThe usual monthly meeting of the above council was held on Monday last, there being present Ors Lancaster (in the chair), Hogan, Archibald, W. Wit sort, O. Wilson, Harper, Allen, Young niid M'Ctairten CeneBSP0NI)h'NCcE. From Secretary for Lands, stating steps were being taken to reserve for park atid garden purposes land between Mechanics' and Royal Mail Hotel, Mooroopna.-Iteceived. From E. A. Bennett, Secretary I-Iomepatliic Hospital, soliciting dona tion to that institution. St. Vincent de Paul's Orphanage secretary also wrote on the same subjcct.-Received. Front Shire of Waranga, notifying that works on north boundary road, between the properties of Messrs Orad dock and Stanhope Estate, is beyond the northern boundary of Waranga Shire.-l eceived. From Board of Health, forwarding copy of engineer's report of require tnents to proposed public hall at Byrne side.-Snbmitted to the arclhitect. SFrom Sercetary of Built Unin Shire re further retrelncihent, urging ...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BREACH OF PROMISE CASE IN TATURA. VERDICT FOR PLAINTIFF. DAMAGES ONE FARTHING. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 5 October 1894

BREACH OF PROMISE CASE iNt TATURA. --+--- I)ATfA IBS )'lONEI FA fTfI[INLG. Tjast We(dnlesdai y ',etvetihng the meil herll lof tle t'i litut t Lit IIerar tnuit( ?i, cittiitL ,%n'litetii iu , h it c !ii it h lthci ti t i te Soci t t e ie ji o fu , iiittaiu teltt iu Ii[ ofli the iftL id fll i he M .echanics. ' In ,litttte. They were fortunate enough to Isoore the slrl'iict oif Iun.e or the cest tlent in t,?t district. Int i heavy thlnderstorm twhich broke over ?lto ai,? in the evening m ilit;ti.td n."aiust the tth n itnd l.nce. 'fie P' tri I n br"a.U s h n dll made its I.tir t Inthli" ;apIpea, ?'anc on the With it little more practice tile hanld will be able ito hold its ol w against un.y short, time it has been formed Bplndid tions in which the following Indies lil genthlemen took part :-Mrs Mitudoch, tisse', Sblet nnt liielt, ntt Mtessrs It)a,,,wtL, Campbell, Trurn.r, aM \ltore, M[adame) Austey being acconqu'?mis. [t it netedless to slty thati all arequitted themselveslw in the imost...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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THE FISK JUBILEE SINGERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 5 October 1894

THE FISK JUBILEE SINGERS. In 1872 ai little l:nd of freed niegroes set out, from the Southern States of IU. S., A., to raise money for the 1 ed ention of tlhemselves, their. Ibrethren and sisters, by singing lithe lna.it melodies for which their racet was faronis. A hard ibattle was fo.ught and inohly sln. 'I'lh T cin puny dis?Inded, having achieved a iuces? far beyoiul their oll?st su;nguini' expIct.atcionls. In Jnuaroy, 18899, IMr Orphe, s 31. 1,-:A on, who for many years has been coninectd wih llhe Fisk, lailmpon. iand 'I'Tuslkage Singers, oiganisdc the presentl ciiipany, which is cirlainl auiique in two iartie ulars. It inelihis TMii MTatie f. Allan. thlie only I:iily t r in Ihe world, whose phenm.,enal voice ha< ca:il:setd so miuh exciitemint in isi:lllll cireles, tlhrouho t, Almerica. taihutd, Africa, iand A ustrinasii. And it is the first :Iand oly C(ilipainy of .iil Silgeir who have visited Africa, the S k!? ltinlll tl fro h!hlhl their l f ioli werle stolen tind s...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BILLIARDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 5 October 1894

BILLIARDS. The billiard~u tra tnnIna:ieI that is being phlyed at the (Criterion hotel. Taturi, Ias hecn prolubetive of iome good play by the leading eniist s. The ganle be tween .J. M?[c 1ei:n rudl I. Sutton was a vely close aTfair. real the latter e vnts ally wor) by the narrow margin of .i. Muir carried to? many guns for his opponent \\augh, who only managed to total 12.1 F?. Dick on scratch. p1roved tlhat tin, haltlicapping wr. again very good, as Ihe contrivct l to get home by only .1 points. On M,,oIdlh, Messrs Price and I! itrt lett, scratc:h men, played their gaLtt, whenl the firl'st nlUled scored a vitorl'y Iby :33 points. Scores, 150 to 117. si:cooe i TIIs. Ihfe'so (.10) beat Charletit, (:0) by 150 to 126. Davis (R0) beat Hanley (seratchi), by 150 to Ci I). )Davis pilayed a line ga?te all through, somteof hi.all-rnound ,ushion shots for cnltoll0ons tlking the hacll't.l , ldea oli, of his opponent,, lill( besides this [ilto missing at hazird, whilst hie, with one excepltion ...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BUGGY ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 5 October 1894

BUGGY ACCIDENT. Thle many fr.i ilts of 1.i I). I le alhty, of Ithe ish Ill, .ltltura, will regret to hear that ait painful accidet happened to hli lust Monday. He wiats driving illn a buggy and pair wilth Mr Seytmotr along Casey-stleel, and when tuirning the cornler into oss-street one of the homres l:became IttUnn III:Iag le and I ot, It leg over tilthe trace;. Mr Fl[eaphy tried to get olt. to catch the inimal's head, wheni at bolt look place, and he waus thrown vi olently into the ro:l. his right, sholder iheing badly dislocated. The bolting pair r'n into a tree oppolsite llogatn's hOte, the pole heinlg smuishedh, 'Th'i' were th len secured Ibefore fulllther d.ti?alige was done. ir Sveymour, who jumped oul, of the buggy, escaped ininjnred, and with Messrs Hlogan, McElginm iand others attended to Mir Ileaphy. Dr 1l.TrO'thiy was qnickly illn ,ttetldt?ince, but the dis locatlion was so bad that hie telegraphed for 1)r Hlcily, ,o' Iuslhworthi. That gen tlemnin arri\.ed at I p.m., nod ...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TATURA FIRE BRIGADE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 5 October 1894

TATURA FIRE BRIGADE. The ordinary monthily itetint of the 'latura \Volunteer ire lBrigade wac s held onil Monday night, when Captain Ilitchie ocenplied the chair anl Ilhere was i good tLtenatl iee of mnembers. Thie uite df the previolis meetling Itvinig leein real ;ill[ cConfirmed, soi+ uninlportant eorre; poindeiee Ivti dealt with. The ttlter of, the findwl in aid of itthe wire Iof the tile Chllef Ollicer of the Co(uiitry Ilrigadsi l \as dealttll with, lind aill the imenlmbr.; presentl agreed to subcrilbe. A dis eliSion then arose on the qllestillon oft florring tle interniediaio te tlige of the new bell tower, and Ilinally it was resolved, oil tlihe otioi of Iieltenanlit Laytonl, that, the work hIe done. It was also ri solvetl, that the bell lie hlii?g at the rear of the tower to allow the ropes to Ib biroutght down voutsidle the shed. The secretary stateid that in cimmiittee of ithe Shlire Council hitl bLeei appointied to visit the statiton site with a view of nmdin, the improvem...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MURCHISON SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 5 October 1894

MURCHISON SHOW. The twentiethli auni l show of the Naorth-Eastern, Pastoral and Agricul tulral Society was hehll in thle MIurclisio show yards yesterdlay. Thl'e weather was splendid, anid tlhei'e was a large attend anlce of people. 'Thie sectionis in nlilll classes were poorly rep!rsented, butill the exhibits were of It first class quality. The fillowing is a list of the prize wilnners who are residents or well knowniii i the i iitura.district : [II drlaught horse stock Mr John I'weedle, of Koyilgal Vale, secture(d first prize with his yearling filly, Bonnie Bllte, bIy Niavy BIihe, and second int the samne class with a t eautiful beast, Iby Carlyle. I dratiglt gelding owned by Mti A. BIrahtm, and hbred lby 1r Thos. Morigan, near lKyablratn, received flirs prize. This is ia splendid geldilng of weighit alnd quality, antd is by fernl Iddlie. imported, lonce owned lly Mr I). Archibald, of Kylibrai. M'Leod hros. received seicolld prize in the saule class. A\. Trevaskis, Tiaripta, receiv...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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AN EMINENT AMERICAN DIVINE. THE REV. DR. T. DE WITT TALMAGE. HIS LECTURING TOUR IN AUSTRALASIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 5 October 1894

AN EMINENT AMERICAN DIVINES TilE REV. DR. T. DE WVITT TALMAGE. IIIS LECTURING TOUrl IN AUSTRALASIA. TIoeoo0t the coltrtouy of tie ~Vaterlmry WValoh Counpany, uVO ere onobled to proscnt oulr reroders witlh a lIIIrtrult of lth II. It'. T'. e)r Wilt Talntgien, thu famouc Vroecheranrd lecturer, "who is o wellkwlunn is thit oo,ih(r of tha Blrooklyn TaImrnacle, New lrk]. D)r. 'Taluoge's idlot vaatilon ii,, o tiem A lorioa te'rl·i it, " Htoy at his olw a ld beCautifuIl Ioulitry hiouo, ih Luog [slnud, a fouw jtibt frolei Sal ILarblor. ]Iut tfii reUOiered glltlOenlia could no, indulge his faloy for lllore tlhai two \o tiH aa, t a as I recently starteOd on IL trip round thoe world witlh hios ;on (thu Irey. F. Do Witt 'loatitge, of Pittburtr), a ilis companion. During a portio of tlhis trip, tih doct.or hio olen occupied ill delivorihg a series of lectures in Aucstroasoa uolnder tie aou..tl ou. f thle rxt.ri,,cerd ilaonger, .Mr. It. S. S.cythe. I-e gave tho o j olog l.oturo of tlou ?rrico at A...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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WINE AND FRUITS EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 5 October 1894

WINE AND FRUITS EXHIBITION. A meetirg of gentlemen and vigne rons interested in the developmentc of the wine trade and dried fruit industry in Victoria was held in the A\thenteniiii Hall, Mooroopna, on Wednesday, at the invitation of Dr. .1. Murray-Gibbles, when a proposal to hold an exhibition of colonial and foreign wines and dried frlits in May, 89.5, was discussed and finally agreed to. The object of the exhibition is to judge colonial wines by samiples of Continental wines, the judges to be gentleimen who have had large experience in European cellirs and others who have a thorough knowledge of European wines. The dried fruits will be judged on a similar basis. Mr T. Darveniza, of the Excelsior vineyardl, Miooroopna, offered to send for ;i0 differ cnt varieties of wines front France, Germany, Italy, Greece, Spain and Portugal, and the ol'er was accepted. All vine and fruit associations of the colony are to be asked to senld siamples, and specimense of dried fruits are to be obta...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 5 October 1894

MITCHELL & CO. Have gained highest awards on record for DOUBLE-FURROW ~.-- o.---- Splenldidl and Ih:crsiive Victorie's gaiild everywhOCere t different Field Trials of the Colonies. -oo W\erribie gran I c!im,,ion? nl Ii:h. 1891. -t',st :?rize, £.25 ; secondl prize, £i15, third prize, £?1(. Three ploighs of Mitchells & Co.'s only at work, each gaining the highest prizes, and leating implements of other noted miakers. \Verrince grand champion match, 192.--First. prize, £25; second prize, l 5. Mitchell & Co. again winning theJ two higheslt prizes. luternational ploughling match, held at Clarence, TT: hart, as:ua;nia. Oct. I and 5, 189;.--First Prize, £.25. Mitchell an Co. wininiuag the highest award with only ,one double-furrow plough at work. Mitchell & Co. also gained third prize with single-furrow plough. Mitchell and Co. have gainedul silver trophy as the most successful ploughlmakers at the International match held at ioba;rit, Tiasmania. -n- 'The ab...

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