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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 30 September 1887
A perplsuig dimeulty ovecooe. DUENi N0f N 84NUORA Is the beht aperlettmodld eafor eblldren, ond to tIkrn m 'readily by them. It wll ou. kilouo ever ? e"cll the ailments to whloh blhldt re osbjeat. For stomach and thread wdis. esdoilr. has proved lovalsable. Ak for DUN. ITONWOUsANUOBA. Ofal obhemlsse.attI.mad per boWe.-g-lrv. CO N ? U M P I O N end al DIWABlE of the ONES Sooeoselally treated aB PROFZS8o0R RADFORD. _ 163 CollinI Irete wool, near Spencer street, Years of Bright, Happy, and Vigorous Life T rave been given to Thousands!! who believed their health hopelessly gone I!1 If you are suffering from Indhleetlon. BilloM ue, aed Kidney dlordets II yao have Asthatrolo symptomse,?D ooltl of Breathln.gand Beerl Palpltatloo II 1f you are brokeu down with Gout ? Rhum.tl m, oa Lumbsao I if you are tortured ait Violent seadaches, sloop Ierness, and Neron. Irritability III If you are weak snd .laeoold, and anable to cope with your dally duotes 11111 I? you are gloomy and morose, end feel ...
SHIRE OF RODNEY. MONDAY, 26th SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 30 September 1887
'SIIRE OF RODNEY. MosiAr, 26th SEPTErB3cnn. Present.-Cr. Brown (presilent), ,ancister, Hogan, Cook, OCursen, rm, Patterson, and Wilson. The minutes of the previous; mieetig' ere read and confirmed. cOnRElIPONDENOc. From James C~Adwell, TpMy ?'rnopnt;, chairmnn of public meeting='f fai?nerod held at Sheppapitn on 2t0tlhiAugust; and forwvirding e'port relati0'eto Agri cultural isocieties, etc., an absking co operation,nf the Council.- Rceive.,,. . Fin J. A. Carey, secretary tWiiter Work? Tr~ut, ptating that tfrom, a 'sclil ule recently. furnislie ' the enin.ee, 'there ,will be',a. lance. of "1.0,807, whlth tie trust intend to ask 'teir'permisAion to have th% iamnount set apart fbr paymen't of inftrerst'4 that portic.in pf the. lo?n, ani,' askig tihe Council to iimake Sepreisitation .direct to Mr. Drakin.- eceivedl''"'" ' From L. Flasirlan, secritaryiAgo-' uenltural and Pastiral Si~iety, askig' , that Thrusday, 24th Oetiberp.may be appointed a public holiday for the nnual spring show.-...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 30 September 1887
B EEKEUPECOMPNIW ;SUPPLY .ur i8 Preanlo agn t Melbourne. Mamager. ON SALE: Lo uaoI otber makabntbuo b.Iunm hi,.. - ob~foundationgotatovs. laoti l.o Ss, iokan, us.. 0t.. fi 1Iat .o. for imol bl. (phinand ilk. Vouoda. Ma.1 Smnch, snd VaIL HOTv.*" AN A1L Pa~rd Ur elS COOWNY. e* l.. :dbnzbau. and Ountry. 1I0jO a ad 00., '1 Jeling streel w., Melbourneg (Men. ben .1 Vleatolan Vita , Brokuer Aso. laro g 141ga liU m 3 f O.eonuy C17PORT GOIAL INDDUNeRY.-Vory per dart. Is emda . In bo tM .LPll rom MUUIIOEAUi and na4alPIPE MaWUFAG. PUR R.OA o1W rrr lO, bunk deow l,0m U1a rNat. teL peenolt eweot-maorhig ogeolos lutag UXQ&NQD. apalpl of lpipes, wa'hlkg itak and nonbe. . o .zdlaluely azeaut. Sao bstboad. ci t.bsaoo and Glinm. and it bi.00 of .a.iyatwa on Kock. fliunolon oatloeg o md mmnolme on. add....: - 1uIAlema senet coot. ouorth door C.e.o 500h~k m .eo. CNOHaLIa AaNS 8? 01tm. t. Col1.. oens ' west, wane lok-n ita, DP DraIs, Lmuon.. Melbourue klvt G1ompnlae.. tarLI~f'ERNEIT OLARIIe,' S...
The Ex-inct Australian Lion (CHAMBERS' JOURNAL) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 6 October 1887
The zrinot A&stral'an Lion. (OUAl0L ' JOURNAL ) It has luong been a disputed" point, and indeed a veed' question. mas to whether she so caeld great Australian lion ever'existed. Some inteerating discoveries, however, have been'recently made in the Wellington C?vet, New South Wales, of ubdoubeed remain, of shis animal. The bones are at present deposited in the Mines Dep.rtment Museum, Sydney, and consist of several very complete jawbones, containing the teeth in an excellent state of preservation. Prior to being publioly exhibited they were submits, d to the inmpsetion of Professor Sir Richard Owen, of the British Museum; and his opinion is that the aninial we 'a mreupi-.l'or pouch. bearing lion. ful:y equal in size to the existing Afrioan speoies,. Discoveries of leoninesremnilns have at various times been made in New South Wales, and also in Victoria, and the speoimens in question are well preserved. They have been excavated from post-plelooenedeposits; and in conneoc tlon ...
UBIQUITY OF THE JEWISH RACE. (JEWISH WORLD) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 6 October 1887
UBIQUITY OF THE JEWISH RACE. (JEWISH WORLD ) It has frequently been remarked that the Jewish race has a wonderful power of adaotation to all climates. Jews are found in all pars of the globe, and seem to posseee a remarkabl Ifacility for acclimatisation, even under the most unfavourable circumstances. Mesopotamia is considered the. mother country of the Abrahamlo family, as well as the cradle of the human race. Some years agoa small colony of Jews were fouand in the ancient city of Sennar, in the south of Meso potamia, and in the vicinity of ancient Babylon. Of the seventy families composing. the colony, one claimed to be descendea from King Joachim, the rest from the house of Levi. A colony of Jews appear to have settled in China about the beginning of the third century of the Christian' era, under the dynasty of Ban. In 1704, Father Gouasni, a. Roman Catholic missionary, found seven Jewish families near Pekin. In 1686, a Portuguese Jew of Amsterdam, named do Pavia, discovered a se...
CONDEMNED ON CIRCUMSTANTIAL EVIDENCE. "THE WHOLE TRUTH CONCERNING THE CRIME." (PALL MALL GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 6 October 1887
Uj.NuE1uNEV ONI ti UUhoTaN. TIAL 'EVIDENOE. a THE WROLE TRUTh CONCERNING THE CRI.IE." (PALL MALL GAzrIU. Very stranuous efforts were made last week ;s to find evidence of Lipski'e innocence, bus on s Saturday night, after a ctonoreno la,'ine f. several hourn, a meeae wa despatobed Irom d the omue Office to Mr Ifayward, Lipklt'e e solicitor, stating that, "after full eoumiders. . tion or the olronm.tancet , and t.f all the r. repsrernttionn moade by yourself and others e en behalf of the prisoner. the Secretary of ,f State sees no reasn for advnisio any inter. fereuce with the du eourse of the law " This document was received at the gael at half.pa.t 10 p.m., but its contron were not made ie kIowno t the prisoner natil Sunday afternoon, e when the R?er. . Singer, who has bhen in e atmost daily attendance nuon Lipeki, inter n preted to him the letter. Then it wastbat the n cotvtot, who had all along impressed be solicitor and friends with hi itnn otc.,n diotated the following full con...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 6 October 1887
Impo tors. Dank's Gas.economiser Burner has now become an article of such great demand that some unprincipled tradeamen and canvassere are now making and vending an exact copy or the same. We would warn the pubihe against buying any but those engraved John Duanks and SBot's. patent. We would also warn these who are naking and selling, or otherwise infriiging the same, tlat they render themselventi atble to heavy damages, and that it is our inllntionl to prosecute. Buy your iasaliere, globre, harhae and sanitary ware at Danke'e. Send your old cretse, epoono, salvs,e etc, to them to bere plated. Buy pictore rods from them, whiec will he an ornament to your wallt. John Danks and Son, 42 only, Dourke afreet west. See name in front on row of gas globee. (ADV T) Z P EMIER BUILDING Ai9S3(1ATIto OFIOCR: 64 COLLINS BIRCE T KAST. ubaorlbed capital -- - £440 00CC Palddup and accrued capital - 170 00C Toal Inoome last year _ - 45i,lP This seodiatlon haq paid Iti shareroldhere 10 per cent. per a...
Sensations of the Dying. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 6 October 1887
Bentatlons of the Dying. It is doubtless the case that in many instancea-and perhaps ther are the majority r-dlying person. lapse gradually into an uns consciousnese that ends their bodily pain, and saves them from the angnlah of the final parting with those they leave behind. It Is not uncommon, however, for clearnese of comprehenlion to persist to the last, and perhaps it is still more common for some of the special senses to preeerve their activity. We think it was Ernst Wagner who. in his " General Patholo," dwelt particularly on the preservation of the sense of hearing in many cases long after the apparent occuor rnco of uncoannsciousness, and who tenderly cautioned his readers that this possibility should be bornes in mind. The follnwign touching account of the late Dr. Wilson Fox's last nmoments, when his friend, Dr' J. Russell Reynolrds was at his bedside, is Riven in the " Lncet's" ohbitoary t " On the neat morning, when obviously and cOInsoOUely doing, and after his eyes h...
AN APPEAL TO THE BEST AUTHORITY. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 6 October 1887
AN APPEAL t'O 'THE BEST . AUTHORITY. A gentlemen, who wes luffering with bad health, found it necessary -to leave Mel. bourns recently, and; take a holiday in a peighbourinog ,colony. During his absence a report became current that. his death had taken place, and as a result unused a great deal of commotion among his friends, who were rather reluctant to receive 'be statement. One incredulous old fellow, who shared in the alarm that was penerally excited. rushed up to the telegraph office and leepatched the following message to the abeent gentleman :-" Mr. -. Der S.r, Please wire at once and let us know whether yon are dead or alive:"
MR. LABOUCHERE IN THE "ILIAD." [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 6 October 1887
MR LABOUCHERE IN THE "ILIAD." Awed by no shame, by no respect controlled, In scandal busy, in reproaches bold : With witty malice studious to defame Scorn all his joy and lIsuhter all his aim. Chiefly he gloried, with licentlous style, To lash the great and monarchs to revile. Ulysses or Achilles still his theme, B.t ~Royal scandal his delirhta upreme. Long had he lived the ecorn of Ivery Gr..k. -" Iliad," ii., 255.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 6 October 1887
"Having on Peveol occasions used your Cordla Balm of LIquorulo, onsider It my duty to give my, testimony to ia wooderfal emoacy for coauhe ands colds. With the Balm of Llquorleen the house one. of us fear the effect O a cold or oongh. oer oroep In. ohlldren I never knew it fall." J. O. Leers, South Brighton DUNBTO?i'S CORDIAL BALM OF LIQUORICE. 1.. 6d. cud ta. 6d. per bottle. Of all obemists.--[Avr. CO N S U M P II O N And all DIS ESA]8 of the CHES SUcessfully treated By PROFESSOR RADFORD, 103 Collins street wres, ner pencer stroee Years of Bright, Happy, and Vigorous Life I Have been given to Thousands!!l who believed their health hopelessly gone III . If you are sefferlni from Indlntieoo, Billouaewur and Kidney dlsordece If you have Iethnoatlo Symptoms, DIoIOulty of Breathing, and Heart Palpitation II If you are broke. down with Gout, heumatI mc ,or Lumbago I If you are tortured willth Violent Headache Sleep. lesenes, and ervon., irritability III Ilyou are weak and laInuld, and un...
A WOMAN'S WAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 6 October 1887
A WOLAN'S WAY. Among the water lilies, one golden after Golden in the sunshine of a perfect day in June The trees in all their beauty, so fresh and passing green, I Cast trembling, fleeting shadows, which dimmed the river's sheen. Among the water lilies I didn't tell him "Nay." And yet,,1 say emphatic, S Ineveresalid him " Yea." I've heard the world sar smiling, " Oh, that's a woman's way I' We talked about the river and how it slid along; " We talked about the stirring birds and lie teued to their songs ; I plucked two water liles, with broad, green, dripping leaves, As we ailed 'neath frees, which sheltered like overhanging eaves. Among the water lilies I didn't tell him " Nay," And yet, I ayr emphatic, I never said him "Yea." I've heard the world say, smiling, " Oh, thats a woman's way I" Our boat went slowly drifting with wind or with the tide, Crushing down the water lilies a-near on every side; The swallows almost touched as as they skimmed the water o'er, We.drifted and we dr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 6 October 1887
Tho Small?Pox In 'Tamant,. PREVtNTATIVE MBA80RES. The dread di.sase is literally as our very doors again. The Government and the boards of health are adopting the most stringent.. measures to prevent its' introduction rom" without, which mJay or may. not be entlrely, euccesaful. But as it is emore,readily intro? duced. and thriveesmore virulently, and may aotually spring euontaneouely into exieteno.e where odours arising from decomposingmattcr': are" allowed to exist the bye-law recently' paseed'makes the neglect to use doodoranti' in closets penal. The public aretherefore e;= rsneeted to apply Hunter's Deodorising Dislne. feotant to closets, drains, and whenever there. is a liability to putrifaction. Its cheapnesl. sepecially, by,- the ba, brings it withiln tha. means of everyons -(aInvT i .., A perplexaeg u.wuu.., DtUNiDSTON.S BiANMOORA the baet apelentmedicine for blildren. and it taken -most readily-by them. It will none hllous ever ead all the atlmsnn to whlob. hlidrem are subo...
A Sea Scene. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 6 October 1887
AU.. Umaa.. Unenling waenrof dark.bhoe~en., RI.I"g. llnL enmlog, Iolbg; Wilhb low lue.lLke a wlOnde blowine, , " Btndndtdntno bm yo ; . , . Boataod Lpnlogdtltngby,:, . , Wloo?e w wae l.e no rve elEtane Puw thbey n the ehednwy diltance Tbrouah hasienllodt and th Lky; Pebby sode thal eoldentle. . : When the Onelye trneom upon them, Lagydrenmetetnoon thenom, "" auunln the tmed se angd sky. Peak. of tea d railed hert nod there,. Llke and ptrty; aod rinvlr' I ad. and IlrFe, )oved nd lo.ing,, 'Buildoig natatleo theair.' , While .I: mery ohildibdh ''nd Bravese ed noneond frihtened dau htetl Kovle tn she re Itn ware. ;,. OrUpqnthbe ioldeen Ode. I . Boun 'a of nmusi swIeet andlow Mligliop In n Itrnga oommotlono willtn the begrtk-timobelf tlhenO ea Aod the amoromlewinde eret blow. :. ..4" Boothe the eptrtit more M,m er .. " liN thodoermeen a Idcyumber, And the rnellel ,hey outeumber. Roest lat let upon the ?re ' o thb dj: wenee ; then we see.o skyward;, steaks of lighte and lhadow1 Landward, ...
AN UNEXPECTED SUGGESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 6 October 1887
AN UNEXPECThD SUGGESTION. "Say, Gladdersehy," said Mr. Smith, as he came into the dhlt store with a lot of tackle iln his hand, " I aantwve ma some fsb to take hoem-wthme. Kind o' fix 'em up so that they'll look as if they've been caught today, wlil you I" " Certainly. 'ir," eaid the grocer. " How many 1" " Oh, you'd better give me three or tour ba?* Make it look decent in quantity without at' pnarion to exaggerate, you knew." "Yes, air. But you'd better take whitelish hadln't you " ' Why? What makes you think on t" "Oh, nothinl, except that your wtif was down early this afternoon and said if you dropped in with a fish poleover your shoulder asld a general woehbeIone look, to have you take whitefish if uossible, as she liked thatr kind better thanany other." Mr. Smith took whiteish. _
WIT AND HUMOUR. THE BEAUTY OF THE MOSQUITO. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 6 October 1887
TEIE BEAUTY UB I'Hl MOSQUITO. It ought to console people who ere bitten this summer by the mosquito to be told by a cientist that the mosquito im wondrously beaatiiol. " Place one," he says, " under a mlcroocope. Adjust the lenseo. Now place your eye to theeye-piece. Preto ! The tiny dirt.coloured speck las vanished, and in its place appear. the most radiant and gorgeoan creature which the mind can conceive of. The wings are of pale amber, the legs and thorax magenta, the body dark freen, the eyem purplish block and glittering like dia monds, the proboscisa hibing like ebony. Compared with Ohi i pomp and magnifeen:e of decoration the brihhoetm and moat vivid of the painter'e pigments are muddy."
HOUSEHOLD RECIPES. CAKES AND BISCUITS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 6 October 1887
HOUSEHOLD REUIPES. CAKES AND BISCUITS. Ot?teLLos.-Make a sponge batter and form it into small round cakes, and bake them in a moderate oven. When they are cool, divide them in halves, and scoop out a small portion cf the centre, which should be filled with whipped cream, and then bhe joined together again. Now wake a cream of half a,pound of chocolate dissolved in a breakfast cupful of boilting water and half a pound of sugar. Brush this thickly over the top of the cakes, and they awe done. NAPoLraNs--Blano f6oz. of sweet al monds and 1ce, of hitter almonds. Pound them to a paste, and whilst pounding drop in a little rqeo wvter to prevent them from oilng. Then add a pinch of salt, the grated rind of a large lemon, for ounoes of tresh batter, half a pound of sifted loaft sugar, and ten ouaees of flour. When these, Ingredients sre thoroughly mixed, work them together with the well beaten yolks of six egge, and leave them in a cool place for half an hbor. Roll the poste out to the thio...
THE LADIES' COLUMN. AT A DRESS EMPORIUM. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 6 October 1887
] THE LADIES' COLUMN. sd 'AT A DRSS EaPORIUM. Br VIVA. e "Sooiety." says Carlyle; "is founded upon cloch." As the seasons change, the sir pillars of society change with them. Ic is . interesting to note what special features the SIfllafrs of to.day show. Australian womeen ^ have been accused by a writer in a rencnt number of "St. James's Gazette" of pyilog an inordinate degree of attention to dres. If there Is any truth in -this charge, it it n comiorting to be assured by visitors from t, the old country that the Australian woman q; dresses well. The result of her efforts is to good. I do not think one can realise netter d ow much truth there is in this remark of a Crlyle's than by paying avisit to one of the great dress emporiums of our City. These areas emporiums are, in a certain sense, the I pillars of society. Juetnow they are at their loveliest and brightest, in order to harmonisc s with the glorious spring weather we are y oejoyiog. In the mantle-room I saw scores of those ne...
A Great Man and His Pot of Beer [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 6 October 1887
A Grent Man and Hin Pot of Boer A Sobweidnitz paper-Count von Moltke'sa estate, Kreiean, lies in the neighbourhood of .Shweidnitz-relate the following story of the great Field-Marabal. A short time ago Count Moltke visited an inn not far from his home and aalled for a glass of common hbeer. The landlord retailed both this kind (einfsobes bier) amd " double s boer" (doppel bier), the prices being five pfennig end ten pfennig , respecively. I Thinking common beer unsuited to the position of his goest, the man supplied hnltke with the better quality. After drinking off the foaming glas the FieldMarshat praeied the brew and placed on the table a 10.pfenuig piees, ex- I peotingto recelve the half book again. The landlord, however, appro, riated the whole, and Moltko left without saying a word. A few days later the Count visited the same ian again, and ordered a glass of beer as ual. Again double beer was brought. Before leaving Molike called the landlord nod said, " When I was here last ...
Interviewing in America. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 6 October 1887
Interviewlng In America. We bad laughed a good deal before leaving England over hypothetical encounters with armies of interviewer', but reality far ex ceeded imagination's limits. Itis our fortune to hbe travelling in the company.of an author, politician, and historian who has a remark. able popularity in America. We have been privileged, therefore, to experience 'inter. viewing ' in perhaps one of its highest phases of development; and if, in the case of my husband and myself, the experience is of a somewhat vicarious kind-for we are merely eatellites of the planet, and shine by reflected light-it Is not the less extraordinary and diverting. The first steamtug which cane out to the Britannic conveyed a suave, polite gentleman with a notebook, who, on the part of the ' New York Herald,'* requested the favour of our friend the author's views over a considerable range of subjects. The next steamer brought a political deputation and ia select band of reporters. One of them, wherd he h...