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Scraps. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 30 September 1887

The Mift of the Biehoo .f Neweetl*. nd fis. Wilberfouee toth.Quaen'om hbirJoi4h is a vpekwfe ade I rom, one: oftba oak, oft.4uOleo ipto the bedofdb·e TvIe. Aauh the .-v eqqotlom, of-he. PoUnthr he ..apuo~o~d-rb~pnnde ý L .1Ui. by aM· Roa s. ;120.:, P6·bbdli m.Ldlni ..; L sr~w rdooret/ od.aotlgntis.. 4D" kb to. sgold doraamegte. 't' i wfarnes.L e..2 h g iee.aauI, Homes tIwmee ,bUSr, mrq.Ai eligaesan:Bte eº r hat F . p~a t Yzaeoeand who di4 in. Geomeee Izs*lUwrahptflet mae toa .naah s.p r np, i e rm wf atem Tba well In e ess pad,. MId. d t b.Kep butiptbeswece4 . dailto tbe, bprerob odeloee ogU ma ropahtto do..whit from Basses mangyoI. the Ropte ddeodiedl of. aO.PI unaoDRSVn obsra .R,~., *;t,.: 4.giemd al leanaom. billiard:ipaim. mes, o.peo,ao" .Uelh.ttdHtogdom.a.pd .,df:. ptne .wlp ow. newer woo au t mpoL ek.. ooaPpoLoe amoag profeatloela..,..; d; l noosymaqo9, eo,. Icodtaeadaud ,Ouaobar.,.Im. oeaon..

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ROMANCE OF THE PEERAGE. (PUBLIC OPINION.) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 30 September 1887

BOMANOE Oe.TBE . PEERAGE. ( ,Pusn Oeoion.l-. - :. ' Soieie trns r'ldrtioana'is re girven in' late pbpers of thebilfe 'of elorg Montitez. Lord Dnummond, who did afew'dmype an. io th UtOild?' Sins. H e warus horn in..11,, an &pou becoming an orphan. was etirutrd to the guaIdansthip of hie maternal grand ri.thee, the hon. Mlr. Cipel, who resided at Folbston~ . e He,s i is stated, be ae-ociated with bsheirmen, and eassmed "their'dress. pii tutor tried iln vain everal iducmants to wean him from this company, 'He was a most'handsome lad, and of the utmost daing. "Fishermen of .olkeetone nusrate many stories' ilustlratlve of hie -inrepi'd oourage, for is was his great delight to be on Ith sea, sad the more boisqironu the weather hbserester bie pleasure Of course, sheacom panoieship of one to well khnwn wraseellrlt sought 'after' munonast the class ue favoured. aud although as far as education went he was oomparately igniorant, nothing offeUded him more, or more aroused his indiguit...

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Winning the Blue Ribbon. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 30 September 1887

I , . WI fts·B t·] blOalbboO. - ' a.u Rlormeo. Maooaughton, ofuisonkmney ,Ivuac, Bpabmill.,-Noub. of Irelsod baa Just Dedormed " swimmiwc tesaonder very peculiar olrptrwsSoccea Seeking oorraaoaa Ioas 'tlherrman to become ,atmperate. the:.Ja*We.. *omlad tot do, provided Ibha Mu Mao-. maocebton undertook to Swim the beý betwaau ,l$alckock and Port Ballacta, a diataves of 'boo onejoile. ,Tbe. youg lady aoepted lb.' ,challenge, and .coompclbed the undertaklug in tbirty-nine mino.., with she tealc ibaith camra doamed tb. bina ribbon.

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The M[?] Mooney. (PALL MALL GAZETTE) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 30 September 1887

LThe. Kloreat- Iee?ew. (PALL MALL OAhTTr ) The mletopolite, police atuhpitiprz ? i?t that Ihe mn -ThomD . Mooney. Pow. in ceetodyllt wom?I. c t wtIh te mpt-;o totle polies In talluan. wheri hbeaed under tbe aise of Moorhead. HR who ?ased the explosion at the pgaworks Otaiowp. in m} aided by a man named J.J " I?Ki:nlee d obthe lel.hueme of tohe-miat. esaaep.-at. Mleebml d s?eaped, b t·e othemes wi.i e bnlateld ih a n me goin pienl. seittede. Mcn wilo the p elatipa eie i lin. Seex lo file Local Geoveinmet D d Oicr Wbo iltll. a ndT" r aheTi o" to Rp e 1b le'f In In tieiirfiuee wre TinLe Iemnott, who was slib 'lmtllatd In 15i Olieow exoplosion, lor wblol bhe riii oonletad aid lntesL ti~ penal -doi tlosd Mlooney esapiank h y we Iverpont to Ameri?tca. Ei net ae?tier. wont wee the exploeion' at Pallsme"nthoee.l at Ottawai , which wscateda, ou by mea s co fnde supplIed by O'Donovan Rses for the prpoee of explloelos in gland. Mooney fearIng to return to this contrty, iieted hie itlntTon tO l...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MUSIC IN CHURCHES. (DERBY MERCURY, 3RD AUGUST) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 30 September 1887

SIUSIO IN O U3ROHES. " (DEORB MMIROUcY, g*RD AUGUST) It ls not necessary to deny "the truth of the old adlge about the ineienne of music on the savage breas., to endorse the Bishop of Liochleld's remarke at the diocesan synod the other day. In condemning' th entire subestitution of reading for chanting I so many country churches the bishop, we be erve, expressed the opinion of hbandreds. Musician, and even lovers of music, like poet, aere born, not made. Why, then, it may be fairly asked, should oboral services take the paiece on all oceuasio of the older and aimpler, lan? The service of our ohurhob is supposed to be so aondieted as to be "easily understanded by the people." In how. many churches is this the case At least one half the con. gregation ina vill. ge churahare enable to Join with the choir as they are to Sy. Whas is the result to them ? . Simply that they are spectatore, not partlcipators in the service. This is surely not intended. Music, we hope, there ever will be in ...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 30 September 1887

AQG3.CULTURAL NC:iLE3. Thahfarmerse ri eoited in their deasnd f r lareased protetion. At a meetl 6ag of farmers te'd at Kilmore, and sonveand by the Kiimcre Agricultural Soelety? the question of looreased protectico tofhmer was dirou.eed, and the following resolstion adopted :-" That it is impossible forusetocompete succeesfully in the growleg of selals with the oheap labour ct Egypt, India, and Ruuals, or in atook-raiaiOg with the large landbolders of New South Walls and Queenslandd; ad protection being the •seoghleed Fol'ey of the colony, 'wl tblak we are entltld - o the asam amount. of pro + tetide as islgiven to tbe, other industries of thi eolrny. ALad this meeting Is of eplnion Sthat a duty of £1 per' bead' should be ptreed on all cattle aomngl- into Abe colony, and 30 per senS. on all oereeal." a reooed reesolutirn favourlong he impoet of : go.; 6, perl001b. on all dead moset brougbht into the sclo?y wae'alto arried. A farmern' proteetlon assoiallon has been ftrmid at Rlmay11...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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COMPASSIONATE CLARA AND SATIRICAL SALLY. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 30 September 1887

COMPASSIONATE CLARA AND : SATIRICAL SALLY.' Compassionate Clara : Isn't it lad ? Poor Mr Littlewit has;gone out of hip mind Satirical Sally : I wonder he has stayed there in long e. he hae. Awfilly cramped quar. ture,'you know. G4rmin English.-German Bellt: Ach I you are fond of ylchbtiu! Zen esuppcseyo. are a goot saleeman '. Cdanoisseer i I tell you 'what it ist M'Danb, them buozards are .imply superb. You shouldnl.. paint oaupthingl bus IHrds. Arriit (pisgleted) : Those are, not bauzard ; they'are angelai., . Anthropopbs?ae.-Llttle Nephew,: Unotle you' mus bea a sort ao' annibil, I- Uncle ion a iisit): A what, sir Wha'd'yer mein. air? Nephew': 'Cae m?i said you was' alwayslvin' on somebody I Boy : Ain't it time to eat the goodthings ? Mother : Certainly not You maut wait ontil your friends come. Boy Ifancy they won't come; 'cause I didn',invite them. I thbought.I'd rather have t entirely excluslvo. Paddler is disturbed in. mind. ' I see the iaper says," heremarked, " that someno ...

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LIKE AND UNLIKE. CHAPTER XXIII (CONTINUED) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 30 September 1887

LIKE ANID_ UNIAKE. Author?" lady Arudleyl's eet' Etc. SThere .were fewer lam~i ani d lei.~eople at t i end'l of'the Mtera1c here e.len leaned agailst She'dota 'basirlde, looking me?orae "th low level Pi~k, with its rows of lanpa, ike alorgea.f jewde hanging . acroes .the Lark 'a ndl iM dlteaetboundary ofat Gothi plenseeles nd dark well,, piarced with spots of light. Si. An?? ell was by her side. They had _benie nit ume r pt t'for nearly an hour. Tbhe hil~dlked o0 may things,, begineing a i.u ilighted stratn. Heleb inteudirig tht ther ehnld be 'only .lbe elightest talk betweena them that night, such talk as all the .world maight': bear. "es they h4d, drifted -semehow from tlty to.eriodesnee. from . ale talk of thsei neeihbbeue to tenderee 1alk of themselve-adh from serioorness t hey hadlapesd into eilenee. 'She leaned her shin oapn her hand gazing at lhs'dlstant Abbey, with eyee dimmed by Stear ; bt it war n t the ausoolations of that soleun pis "which moved her. II wau no thought of...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 30 September 1887

A p orle Saving. 60 TO70 PZa oiaTrN .Agreater Atention to perdenteges would have made many men and women riobh who arg npw. poor d straugling; mauny a hone. hold. oomforta a whioh I. new pinched more or es itshb want. P.roen'aseecoouetitte the difference betweeL plenty and penury, succees and failure, an old age of ease and comfort,. and one of'weary 'lbobr. The principle of percenteesl ippllee to all commditlire, and the smaller the translptlon the larger the per. ent?ge of glin or 'oe, as a rule. The pro. prietore, salesr their own immediate in ereate. and in viewof the enforcementof the new bre.law providlin for she oompulsorp use of deodorantl, wish it known that, purchaeed for lenrsi ueeby thehbag, Huneo e Odnorleee Deodorieer andDieldefeo?en is 60 to 70 per cent. cheaperr than the tin, the latter being intended more especally for the sick room ,ed rluoner. 'ChmwIate? gnoer, orthe gents, 137 Coilins street west.-[ADV. , A Dublin correspondenl may i anis under. stood that tbhe i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 30 September 1887

, R0,A?D .ARROW "......~ . j ,foa t;o. ,, ' ?, t t ,t . T. l. , ,_,. , 000000. : j' : !1 ý ': ,.nt A dart: chestnut, f . aka o~h ýi I tad Ito upting Horse Broand.:Arrosv. Dam, Ib the cel~llated aptelehiikeibi Fir zJts, the winner of sonie firSt class races in Ireland, includtIti .p g"T lille'thp Nortli, atl Oldseme..tn',"r#?Zi e dam, by Hercules, onfe o't iereaesl steepschiase horses wliho ereriran iLn'-Irla:M ' who won two Granfl Satiqil i?r eurcessionr?t Crqigbilly its then Ndrth, 'alsd"tiit' Bnilaclarn in the (jJjnx!te ýrtBkiji/g ,agrctifelt ifi Wii restlin'tluidih the fanmitin Laura and Cock Robin. Laurn after.wnrdJ 'enat to6iEighlrid''aid'beat everything, and'~ s t'blo,flr o?r,06o gutilriA to g6 rnrnc.:c't1lr f'Ryan;~ horse-' buyer for thle MeIl~'uirn' ~ids oipitnny bhied a cblt ityHecul"thirliilfivddi threc Grand MflJ ? rg Stefpledhasti' at'Pitnlhestoian, d was Alfter ardi]iil ifr' 1,000 guineas tng? totEni'd'(d Gr?a't 'gratnd" dtily 0oneioF:Iirelind'?it fl fadi iree, Blind Ha...

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THE GOLDEN HOPE. A ROMANCE OF THE DEEP. 'I dreamt a dream that was not all a dream.' CHAPTER XVIII. (CONTINUED.) THE SCHOONER PASSES THE YANKER. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 30 September 1887

A BOMANCE OF'-THE:DEEP. 'tdrsamlasdream tha a eel altlashese ". B W't. 'Cau RUSSELL . * CuATa vv II(Conenruouo.)' TIn scrlOONER PASSES THe TANErg. The wind freshaehd yet after sundown, and it wa asU black.athunder till about 9 o'clock, when the moon rose and put a sort of faint nbes into the amosphsre, for light is could not ecalled, at which hour it was blowing heavily an da wild sea running ; but, deter. mined to gnahsad, Captain Weeks had treble. ieefed the mainsal, under which, along with foses-rhueidfor5all .and jb, 'the Golden fop? was rascbing through it, her forecastle emotbherd,and the water uptoa man's waist in the lee sup pers. It wasa dry gale, spite of the clouds, whosevelocity made the moon ook to sptosill you would have thought that the eart had escaped the power that controlled it.revolagula._nd was twirling madly to GonEUWDheer . In the rigging it was-one ionw ear-piercing blliug as of a thoosand voices pitched from thaetisepest bass to the shri)lisM treble.; .the w...

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FROM THE SCENE OF THE MURDER. A BATCH OF FRESH EVIDENCE. THE BOTTLE, THE [?] AND A "STRANGE MAN." [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 30 September 1887

FBOM THE SCENE OFR- H MURDER. A BATCH OFP FRBEH, EVIDRINCE. THe DO' Le, Til O o, AND A " sTrAne F~or out of the seven diye"respite have now gone by, and have not been altogether barren Webavebeenmakinglvquiie?e... i.'?e soede of the murder, a·nuothewrshabv doubt laos been doing the same. The firs fruit 'of tlie inqluirle are several 'pieces of fresh ejnow?-ebne Of them in any Way ooncld lve itrtsief; but eusoh of them throwing one mor little'weighl lot' the soales, hfoh alrebdy, ae we have b a.iesth'inaline at least an muth agai?e ,therna ngainst Li*1t himself, lBoU T't1a MONlEY LiPSI)KoLB0OWRD.-! ,:3We will begin with a paiece of evidence which corroborates Lipskil story in a some. wbht important particular. Lip.ki .k,, it will' be remembered, that he gave one of the teolmen in' his employ a soverbigri to 'get him! some brandy with. But how, it is objdoted, could Lipetl have'w sovereign in his pocket to give to hls workmen at a time wnen he had to borrow.5s, of his landlady ? Eveb ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 30 September 1887

I: TH 0 M B L : · , .I~Z X. . ^ I.^.C ' ':: ,L ?,?:"n ; . "rf jluBD1f: N ir) I( L II CRL ¶1 ON HOT t , 1 InRST-CLSS ACOOMMODA'IPM^' unre~xUtg ^ Wit e i he Wnet anid BSiW.I ro.a. er*ana )r ,' e.etr . BltlAAD1 I BILl RDSL tI BILIARDS I! I HORSES atd BUGGIES always o HIRE. Exteonivb and comfortable STA L "N .A'O 0 M ODA- t ...... S.OGAN' ,OM,)V?RIAIL H',.OT : ublicenerally t4i Mndaer te 'Charges'kt he speciality of this firs ,qjass, 'q All Ulqn*tas of tI t es t o* en BIILIARDSl ' ' BI iLIARDS i1-f a .i it SUPERIOR STABL1I d'G ACQM ATI ON"PADOCK Horses and BUggiesias well asqBug ViMrs hliayio n Hire. FINN's IXASEYLSTSE : ""*" TATUBA.'. 0"' I I f . SI R S T-CFO il?4" ' I..t,'I1. • t "blflI l'llt, "'"'11__ . - .r - 1 il { i j , Wines, Ale~ ,anirll?lA , iA , ' ?,t.i ' l .t Brl??dS': ,, SPEC',L'' ""NOTI!E!C " IN SPRING & I:. MMER DRAPERY , ORAIG,WILLIAMSON. THOMAS... IMt blRfik-S - CAn?PT .WAR?HOUSEMEN», SAa *.0 tsa ,ris, mT BM ,lend , i rnriltoa ? ., ,?.- t, s 0ifia, ss,s M tUnry. ...

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The Kyabram Union. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 30 September 1887

PUBLISHID VBNRY FBIDAY. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 80. 1887. Through pressure in our space, we are compelled to hold over a very lengthy repoit of a 'meeting held in Mooroopna, on Saturday lost, which was a very representative one. The report of tlihemecting was on vine and fruit growing in the GlOulburn Valley district, and was extensively discussed:; also the ,forming ?of the branch of the farmers' protection association of the stock tax. We are also compelled to hold 6ver a poem on the late Miss Swain. We have seen some 200 enlarged photographs taken by the Aninprica,n Portrait Studio, :in 140 Ohapel-street, South Yarra. - Without, any exceptin they, are splendid and life-like por traTaS, 'he 'agent Mr. 'Read' is' now awaiting orders at Wootton's Hotel, Tatura.~ Messrs Shackell White'aiid Co will hold thesale as advertised else.wiiereph the 6th prox. of the Mount Scobie', Eate. A meeting of those s::hiteredtil in crick't at Kyabrair, in -ciillel.for to nmoirdw evening, atý tre Albion Hote...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 30 September 1887

Church TNotices. C HURCH OF ENGLAND' TATURA. The l evr. Mr. II. HEFFERNAN sill PREACH at Tongals at 11 a.m., at Kyabramn at 3 p.m., and, at. Tatura nt. 7 p.m. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. The Rev. A. CHAMBERS will PREACH at Tatura at 11 a.m. B APTI ST'"' MI S ION. The Rev. J.. B.:* SNEYD:., will PREACH in the Mechaiica'-hall, Tatura. on Sunday evening next at 7, p.m. Subject-CilnsT, Ta" :WaY. Miscellaneous. TWO POUNDS REWARD. LOST, from Toolnmba 'about six weteks ago, 14. liend of Yearling Cattle-10 branded.JG n off shoulder, tither f(,ur branded differently. One black and white heiferTam9ng the lot. Above reward "noii " il fornmation' to JIAS. M'GILL, Triolanmba. O NE POUND :.EWARD. LOST, from, No tth Mooroopsa, FIVE HEAD OF CATTLE (year lings), branded DH oil rump, hole in off car. The above reward will be paid to any person giving information as to their w~ercabouts.r . ALLAN HEPBURN. Noth' Mooroopns, Sept. 20, 1887. STRAYED into. my Paddock, on or about 18th inst., EIGHT, very poor brok...

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BANQUET TO WOLTON WIGG, ESQ J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 30 September 1887

BANQUET TO WOLTON 1CIGG, isQ.. J.P. A gond jiihilcd.numinhr of giesRts at tnileld t t tie Slhir, Hall, Rushworth, Sdo d hon Aor to their highly-respected townsmlan, NW. VWig, Esn., upon the oe' lision of Iis ietirer'milt (temporary) from public life. 'Tlhe:.Shiirn HAll, 16kel ita ,brili'toeii ilnd the tables as spread, and cantered or by Mr. niidl Mrs. Mullany, could nnlrly be excelled in the metropolis: Tho cllsir wan taken byi.;ur g6iainl Shiro Presi'lent, (George Phillips,' JEt., and thbi' iitics of vice, wereo ably .per formed by T. II. Roberts, EasA.; JP. " The length onftiie that elapsed . b twepn the sitting down of the 'guiekth, and the rising of tile 6hairinan to prm pose the first tnast speaks volilmeA for hie excellence of the seread. Ho*de'ir, all good things miUst have anlt eil, and ilnidst a feu de joie from tbhahipagne corks, the Chairman propo?nd tlih toast fi the Queen and Royal Flniily, all oining in the National lAntholu. Tile Chairman then rosd to . pitopogo .lie...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 30 September 1887

GOULBURN VAtLY OAXC1 FAiOtY; ." ' ''. Main-street, Mooroopna, Hoyle, Lea r & Lummis, Every description-of Vehicle 'made 'to order on the preilas' a?th'" al?rtestl notice. . - Repairs nestly i?nd icklj:y eecuted), and all wo "?a?i'nt?ed:' Old Conveyae? S tilirined' u' and i I6d;,'! '' Or taken'1 u dliange.i Horses Carefully Shod. B. L. IyAMBERT. WHOLESALE & RETAIL,,SEEDSMAN AND NUt?! ME"N---. H AVE a Choice Assortment of FRUIT TREES for SALE, true to name Oranges and Lmeonu;il8s, per dozn. Pruit Trees, 1?i~.er .doa: :::.: Gooseberries, 6,'per 'do'j : .. :i Pines and Shelter; 5osperdoz:! : British, Foreig?"?:i5ad Colonial seeds.. A splendid assortment of Trees now on view at Mr E. T. Davis' Garden, Casey.street, Titatrs.ao.eni, W/,. .',. MRS. 3TPFFY, Faasionable-Dre"smaker, In the Premisetpsteil ocoupied.lby1 318. R. H. I)?'D. UAll Orders punctually i'ieT ?ii' M A 8 0 N di-.M IL; .8d I 0 N, WHOLESALE, AND RETAIl!, OO .LBUIRN-ST - T AT_U.RA. Rennd ftd? SJfe. :i All Kind...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 30 September 1887

ý". /Q Sp,,4,,ý`` , Y ' HEMP & MANILLA TWINE OF So E.CIAL QU4ý.. looai. ZO`Q " 1ý15 11' '0b LATEST VICTORY JULY,1887. GOLD MEDAL & TROPHYvALuE 9,100, FRANCE. Notices. A DJVANCE on WOOL, ORATN, &c., STOCK, STATION PRO D)UCE of all kids. * ' New Zealand Loan and Mercantile ,AKAgency Company (Limited.) CAPITAL ... ... , 3.50Q0,)00 nRESERVE FUND ..,i £27,000. Make Liberal Cash Alvnrces on Station SF.aritire.' Ensuing Clips of VWal,, grain, &c. FOR SALE in MELIBOURNE, ' Or STITPMENT to LONDON. Auction Sales of Wool :li?hl' regularly th.iocughout the senasonr. Auction Sales of Tallow. HFiilFs, hheepskins, Leather, &e., Ithree':tihles a week throughout the year. Auction Sales of Grain, Flour, &c. held every Wednesday , . DAVID ELDER, M3fi?ger. I. TOUNGHUSBAND,, : ,;. VWoli and Produce Manager. Melbourne Woonl and Grin Warehouses Collins-street West., TH E (OT.ONTAT, MIIITIIATL TAIFE AC S . UIRANCE SOCIETY (Limited) MUTUAT. LIFE AShURANCE, END...

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A DREAM IN A DESERT. (OLIVE SON[?], "FORTNIGHTLY REVIEW.") [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 30 September 1887

A DREAM IN A DESERT. (O iavotii·UT i, "~Waoi.ow.nfT "Uv w.") 'dieeit'l stoii on itio t iborkler of are d?kirt, id the aeid"bleir aboro everywhere. Ad 'ioi thought I saw etwo great ldres like beasts of burden of the desert, and onb lay Upon the sand with its neckstretched.oat, and one stood by it And I,looked. criously Iat the one, bthat lay upon, the'ground, for it had a treat burden on its back, aodthe sand was thick abontil, soo that it sem ed to ?ive piled over it fur 'centuries. And I looked very cioatiesly at it., And there stood one beside me Whkchiidt. And I said to" him, " What is this heo creature who lies here on the sand ?" Ajid he'said, " Tnisis woman; she that bears men in her body." And I said, " Why does she.lie here motionless with the sand piled round herY' And he answered, " Listen, I will tell you I Agese and ages lonc she has lain here, and the wind has blown over her. The oldest, oldest, oldest men living has never seen her move ; the oldest, oldest book records...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE YOUNG FOLKS. AN ADVENTURE IN SOUTH AFRICA. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 30 September 1887

THE YOUNG -FOLKS. AN ADVK2*t kE IN SOUTR Two Bits bet fom flahol 'we srf nwe in n'-sldt'neae thie Vet. Rie,att t. trsy'i ao i 7 , 7close tfpiadoogn',,!lb dP E contained ..w pools o--waterMt fie.mrec.nt rains. On these high inland plaseaa. .a aatonlshly:.cold blat whistles ever the esarth at ni'.ht'nd aecla~ly Ciuddle rond the tin' which ths ' bore had llghlted for uer, their owatbeiht .?sa'ttl, ILLt eo s .little dertanc-.; and' watred. Pit. 'ryinmr'ome .prigt ?.k cutletsa tand,holili- he coifee., Oar supper ovarrwe I_?hled our piles aid wrappedin our karasse lay down to smoke and talked. Th e"winablew colder ina colder, an dwi bupr'U eirCd~be t the. sntpation was .mobt aneati.frctor)y If we lay with our feat to the ire, our beds were numbed bythe'.blat ; to lie with oar heads to the blase was out ol the question ; and it we lay sdeways, one id.e was roa ied whle other was frozen. Thick as wa me sbeletkin.' ksro;'',.1oon decided that-.uncomtortable-s ..was .the io eria of the. aguln,...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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