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THE R. C. BAZAAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 12 October 1894

THE R. C. BAZAAR. The bazaar in aid of the Sacred leart Plresbytery will be opened in the Tatura Mechanics' Hall on next Monday even ing. For some time past the Rev. Father O'Connell mhs been engaged per fecting the arrangements, and the coming bazaar will be the best yet held in tihe district. A large and valuable collee tion of articles have becn provided, and their sale should materially assist the object of the bazaar. On Monday even ing the proceedings will be initiated by a grand torchlight procession, headed by the Tatnra brass band. The members of the Fire-lbrigade will assist, and dur ing the marchl a brilliant display of rockets and fireworks will be made. fhose taking part in the procession will march three deep, and residents in the township have signified their intention to illuminate their house Is as mnch as possible. The opening ceremony trill most likely be performed by the Heon. W. T. Webb, and a distinrguished gathering of ladies and gentlemen is expected. i)onati...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HOLLOWAY S OINTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 12 October 1894

TIT LT?OWAY,B OINTMENT.-Sorea, W'ounds,. UIJerattons, and other lcissese affecting the skln, are capable of speedy amendment by this cooling flud lhealing nintment, which hasi called forth the loudest praise from persons who had snffered for yeam from badl legs, had breasts, lileo, abscesses, nud chronic ulcers, after every lope of cure had long passe: aIway. None but those who have experienced the soothing effect of thlis Ointment can form an iden of the comfort it bestows by restraining iulla umation and allaying pain. Whenever Hollo way's Olntmentc has been once used it hlus, etabililshld ts own worth, and has again been eagerly sought for as the easiest and safest remedy forall such complaints. " In neuralgia, riheumatism and got, the samne application properly used, gives wonderful relief

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HUMOR. Mrs. Geoheagan [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 12 October 1894

RUMOR. Mrs. Geoheagan ---- -------- -- '"Be ye t' hom~e, Mrs. O'Hara ?" asked Mre. Geoheagan, as she leaned over her back tencoe and looked into the widow's open door. "To be coorse Oi am, me darling" said the latter, appeasing on the sceno wiping her hands on herapron. "Phwas;d'ye want to berry this mornin'? Sure, Oi am list althur being out av tay, bud me wringer bees in gods repair." "G'lang wid ye now, Mrs. O'Hara, fuk divil a oing do Oi want to borry. It's yourself Oi want to be havin' a few moments eonwersa. shun wid over the fence." " Wull, may the fates chase me av Oi didn't link ye wanted to borry somethin'. There bees me axe now av ye wud loike to take it-" "Oi tell ye, Mrs. O'Hara, Oi want far nauthin'. It's on'y abute the surpraiae parthy phwat we had at our house lashbt noight that Oi kim out here to tell yez abute." !'Ho, ho I An ware that a surproise parthy over there lasht noight T" " Yie." "WVll, truth an' Oi tought, youse wse afthber havin' a dawg foight, far the n...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DANGERS OF SPRING. SOME VALUABLE SUGGESTIONS FOR BOTH MEN AND WOMEN AT JUST THIS SEASON OF THE YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 12 October 1894

DANCERS OF SPRING SosMtE VALU.AIIaLSUGG ESTIONS FOR BOTH BMENANOD OMEN AT JUST TIlls SEASON OF THE Y1E\AR. "Iought to take some spring medicine: I must take something, I feel so miser able." Such a remnark as this is often heard at this time of the year. Nearly every one seems to feel the need of some remedy, because the passing from winter to spring, with its resulting changes of clothing, food and exercise, has a very trying effect on the system. After the severe strains of winter, the health of most people is not so good as it ought to be. The appearance of warm, spring days finds them weak and debilitated, feeling the need of tone and strength. 'Tlis is the reason why so many are now complainingoftired,irritable,languid feelings. They wonder why it is they have these distressing symptoms. The best physicians say that this weak condition is caused by the liver being out of order. There is too much bile in the system. This brings ont dyspepsia and other miserable feelings which ma...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Stylish Maiden. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 12 October 1894

The Stylish Maiden. She sits beside me in the square old pew, Two little gray-gloved hands devoutly hold Hat dainty prayer-book and her hymn-book, too. Warmsunbeams fall aslantherhead' bright gold; The preaoher's words sound very far sway; The saweet-roled singers ohant unheard by me. I watch my darling's upward look, and say Within myeell: "Oh I would I were like thee, All else forgot; thy thoughts have flown above; Too pure, too high for earth and such as lost then, with glinting eyes, my little love Leaned olose, and whispered with a emoth. ered igh : "" That girl in seal-skin juoet aross the aisle t! Thinks I don't know it's plush I" Well, I phould smile, Mr. Matthew Burnett, a well-known temperance advocate, says that in the course el the period--neosly 9¢ yasr--over whioh nls labors hGaw t xd,7,000 Qatolp t

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BYRNESIDE v. ONTARIO. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 12 October 1894

BrnEsInE 1'. OSTAIIO. These teams meet at Byrneslde on Saturday (to-morrow). Ontario are a very strong team, and as the Byrneside team have already lowered the colors of Cooma, Merrigun, and Tatura, a great game is expected. Byrneside team:- Byrne (2), Brown, Butler, Burns, P. Henley, Davis, Hilder, Price (2), Sands, Stokes, Ford. The Tatura Cricket Club will send a team to Merrigmu to.morrow to try conclusionls with the local men. Tle players for Taturn will be selected from the following:-Messrs W. Love, J. Love, R. Dummett, G. M'Robert, Brook, Wellman, Sheehan, Hanlon, Vaughan, Hanley, T'revor, Hardiman, Moran and Bastin. A picnic has been organised by the Merrignm aind Ontario cricket clubs, to take plce on Prince of Wales' Birthday, 9th November, at M'Coy's bridge. A cricket match will take place during the day between the two teams, and its the Merrigum are striving to put a thor oughly representative eleven' in the field, a good ganme should result. Merrigum will be chosen fr...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LADIES. "Will He Come." [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 12 October 1894

LADIES. - Will IHe Conme." The sun has lit the wood and set; With heavy dews the grass is wel; The firs stand out in silhouette, Sharp, tall, and stilly; Sometimes a rabbit flits in sight, A scampering whisk-a gleam of white; Naught else. Ier scar she gathers tight. Thile air is chilly. The beltry clock strikes slowly-eight, "Ah, waning love makes trysters late; Slack suitor he whOsY quecn may wait I" She stolps ild- istens ; 4 deaf leaf rustled-- that was all I Well, maliden pride will come at call; She will not let tihe teardrop fall It stands and glistens. She turns-but hark I the step she knows I The branches part and. swinging, close; Wi hat penance now on Lim impose The tryst who misses? She can't be hard, thlough sore she tries, F'or love will melt through loving eyes, And all thatchillilg wuids that rise Are crushed with kisses.

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRICKET. TATURA V. BYRNESIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 12 October 1894

CRICKET. TATURA V. BIYRNESIDE. The mnatch between the above named clubs, which has been looked forward to with a great amount of interest, was played at the police paddock last Satur dlay. The afternoon was anything but propitious for cricket, in fact, it was more like -football weather. Mr .1. D. Love was elected captain of the local team, and 31r J. Byrne acted in a similar capacity for Byrneside. The latter on tossing the coin chose to baton a fairly good wicket, sending in Sands and Hildler as his first representittives, but with the first few overs bowled it was at once apparent that W. Love wris in form with the ball. Sands, after making 25 the previous Saturday against Merrigunm, was expected to give sonime trouble to the bowlers, but Love broke through his defence and clean bowled him. Stokes was also bowled by the same trundler for a cipher. Hilder was unfortunately run out through it good return from the field. P. Hanley, on coming to the crease, started batting in his usu...

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 Van Diamond's Land. CHAPTER VIII. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 12 October 1894

ROMANCE AND ADVEN I RE. i (COPYRIGHT.) COLLEGE JACK. A REMARKABLE, YET TRUE STORY OF THE Penal Records of Yan Dieman's Land. BY COAPTJI.I? LA CIE. CHAPTER VIII. " I am afraid the ruffian will kill Mary in' the nieantiine tiless, impos sible as it may seem, he has, relented and is taking her back to her home again. It almost looks like it: in: his coming this way amidst the settled district. God grant all may turn out well yet," replied the leader of the ex pedition. "If not I wish I had never undertaken this mission of revenge," he added, and then I would have been at home to guard her from harm. "The greatest care will not always do that. My own opinion is that your sister will come out safely in the end, and that is not far away. Keep your patience until to-morrow, friend," returned Griffin. This was the best advice he could give and all the men were fain to pro lit by it. The night'passed without in cident and at daylight the tracks were again taken up and followed due east. "I d...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POST-OFFICE INTELLIGENCE. MAILS CLOSE AT P.O., TATURA :— [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 12 October 1894

POST-OFFICE IIITELLICENCE. M1AjIS Cr~asS AT 1'.0., lA''tt, 1.ý p.m1. for 'Ik'avcsilitg Post Otllo"-tr:. p..i an1 50.115 pI . 1kwr 'l'oiillta--l.5tt p.m11. Igor llurcli!;ati-Iit.5 p1.m1. 1or Echsun-1 I1.i asm. uatsl `pIm. Vot Kiltratti- I .15 i . t. I at T1'wsetnn, Costas. IInrrii'l'a... liittgtirre -11.151ii n. Matitay, Wet at-it [iy, t i day.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 12 October 1894

Of tho Watorbury Watch. The Timlekoopo*r of the Day, Inegant, Inexponslvo, and Durable. Thosaneds of People In Autstralia henve lavlihcd FTeo uon tie cnutikhmlin Waterbunry wnatches or theior merivall tinmkkceplng qualities, and have often wished thnat the cases were in gol. The roldon Ago I now attained. I ic thne r otew, elegant, ind artistfo goldcasere the Woaterbry Watches nro Porfectlon. Always tlieR mot famous limekeepere i:i the world, they ore ew as Cxqul eltoly Ooautiful as they aro nMathematic ally Accurate. The geld cases are g atalie teed ilteen yeMoi. The New Wcatorburyn wind In a fow Secenos. They are mado In Nickul, Sliver and Polled Gold, Reislt attempts to recommend Worth. lcsl Imltatlono. ,'rices from 13/6 to £5 5/. Ofico and itopair Depot: 1WIN LIA? STREET, MELBOURNE. QCO UEFRS P?M". Tho 1arvoflouo International Itumedy. Safe, Sure, and Iarnileec It acts like Magie. it. Jasoh OII Is the aoknowletgedl paln.hbanlshe nnd elholh.retoter of tie universe. Its iwenr to q...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TATURA MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 12 October 1894

TATURA:MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. The monthly committee meeting of the Mechanics' Institute was held at the Hall on Friday evening last. There were present, Messrs J. D. Love (presi dent), Vaughan, Hector, Carey, Stuart Murray, Campbell, Brooke, Revs. J. T. Bate'and Father O'Connell. CORRSPF.5PON DENCI. From Messrs T Wise and Co., re questing the committee to order one of their forthcoming Victoriad Directories. -Received, amnd committee decided to add one to the library. From Messrs Melville, Mullen, and Slade, drawing attention to their list of books,` and to a newly published bio graphy of the late Chief-Justice Higgin botham.-Referred to book committee. An application for the use of the hall on the night of the Autumn Show was held over, as the committee deemed it inadvisable to let the hall for that night at the ordinary tariff, as on such an occasiodn a higher rate should be ob tained. Letters front Mr Brook and the Rev. D. F. O'Connell, accepting committee membership.-Received. Th...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PROPOSED FRUIT AND WINE EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 12 October 1894

PROPOSED FRUIT AND WINE EXHIBITION. A. meeting of the combinled Ilruit. andtl W\\irlo Asslc'i'rinls of the Goe li: n \Valley was held at, NIIurkiah on lTues day last, the following being repre selited :-Kyabram, Mooroopna, Cobram, Nmilntllkahil, intd Natllhlia. A depLutatiln from the public meelting held at i, Moorolpna waited on the confer enlce to bliti forward the exlibitioni riio'jelt. I)r Murray Gills, of .Moor Siilnia. the o'igiiator iof the miovement, stated ihat it was proposed to hold a foireignl ad colonial Priuit and Wine Exhibition in May niext in tIte Goulburni Valley. The idea was to send to Europe lor saimples of typical wilies of each colllt.ry, the wines to be :3 or - years oll, so as to act n? sRamples for compar ilng with our own colontial wines. IHitlherto our winles haid heen comlpared with Europenti wines six or tell years of age, td thlie test hald not benti a fair one. It is believeid that we shall tlhen be able to:findl o(lut anty deliciency in our ownl wine...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AGRICULTURAL SHOW. NATHALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 12 October 1894

AGRICULTURAL SHOW. NATHALIA. The annual Spring. Show :. held .. in' connection with the Nathalia Agric':l tural Society took place yesterday week and proved very suqcessful;: The show yard is considered one of the prettiest and best in. the colony, and it fully maintairied its reputation on this occas ion. Since last gathering many in provements have been carried out at the grounds, notably, a new horse', ring. The.number of entries received this year by the secretary was 200 more than last show. time. The increase was. chiefly : in the horse classes. The display of, draught and blood stock was very good,'`" some- magnificent animals- being seen.- There was a fine show of' sheep and cattle: also,; and _ iideedi the 1 eontriet throughout were good. Mr A. Colvins' " St. Lawrence" gaiied first prize for clydesdales. In young clydesdale stal lions " Prince Charlie" easily secured first. Mr J. Tinkler with a 2-yeas-old draught gelding, and Mr it, M'Donnel with a 3-year-old filly both; ob...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
READING AND FEEDING. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 12 October 1894

READING AND FEEDING. One of the weaknesses in thile charac ter of Becky Sharp was her innate desire to please everybody, and at the same time to exalt Becky Sharp. The committee of the Mechanics' Institute as a body cannot be pointed to as a congregation of Iecky Sharp's. But tin majority at last Friday's meeting bear a very great semblance to Thacker ay's world-known character in this respect. The originators of the Me chanics' Institute formed a library and a hall for public purposes, and the hall being occasionally used for a ball, where people can dance all night, it naturally follows that they wish to eat during the night. There is a room at the rear of the stage, but in these depressed times it is found unsuitable as a banquetting room by those who can alfford to go to tile ball. SI the library, which is only used as a reading roonl, has been envied as it suitable room for a supper place. Some of the Mechanics' committee Ibecamne seized with a desire to accommllllo datl this e...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CALENDAR FOR OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 12 October 1894

CALENDAR FOR OCTOBER. The following are practical, jottings by Thonmas Lng uand Co., nurserymen and seedsct en, Melbourne : In October, there are ImIore, seeds sown than in any other month of the year. .Root, crops should be put in largely, the advantage of such as carrots antd parsnips being that when matured they can be stored in dry sand and supply vegetables when other varieties are scarce. Mangolds should be largely planted, both for winter feed, where their use is appreciated. and for supply ing a Iutrititive, juicy, and palatable food, in the hot, dry months of the Autumln, when the grass is scorched and dried up. Other feeds for cows that should he puut in tire maize, and the ordinary sorgham, or the Ilarger growing variety, the amber cane. Beans, French - Sow " Canadian Wonder " 2 inches deep. in rows 2 feet f inches, and seeds 3 inches apart. Thin plants to 6 inchies apart. Wheren grounl is inclined to ctake hard cover with 1 "inch of soil andti 1 inch of the routlnd dropp...

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 — 12 October 1894

RAILTON & CO'S 4( FINE SEEDS. W ESTABLISIIED 21; YEARS. I'orwavnled freL by post. W- Assorted Flower Secds inclutdot Gratin with all Postal Onlero over 5s. Beet peroz. 0 I6 Lettuce per. no. t Carrot ,, 0 Onion , 0 Ii Cabbage 0 0 Parsnip ,, It Cauliflower ,, 2 0 Rhubarb 1 0 Cress ,, :1 talisl, ,, 0 1 Celery ,, o 'I lurnip ,, I4 Cucumber, lMelou, 'T'otnato nul 'Pumki, lid. HEDCS-AFRICAN BOX THORtI. Ilest Ilelge ever itirolucedI, Is. per oz. * FLOWER SEEDS, t) 12 Packets for Is. SEED POTATOES! SEED POTATOES! BEST VARIITIliS, In small or large luantities atL Lowest Ittcs. Early Rose, Early Veruuotits, etc., etc. New Early Amber Sugar Cane and All Forage Plant Seeds AT LOWEST RATES. NEW LUCERNE SEED. Hungarian Lucerne ! Spccial quotations for large qu:antities. Rape Seed ! Rape Seed ! ESSEX RAPE SEED. Import?l by us direct from the grower. Price, per cwt. or ton, on application. SUGAR BEET SEED, Imlpor'tl dlirect from l ra'lnllce anlld c(l rnuty. GRASSES AND CLOVERS. Prime Grass ...

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Love is never lasting which flames before it burns [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 12 October 1894

Love is never lasting which flames before it burns. The Bourse specu ltions of If. Wilson, the Ion in-law of Presideut Gir6vy, have ex. cited recently the greatest comment. The parsimoniousness of MI. Gravy is so well known that the financial necessities of M. Wilson, like those of the Prince of Wales, are universally understood and sympathized with, but the public will draw the line at shady speculations. M. Gr6vy recoeive £15,000 for his deplacoment expenditures, and an equal sum for his public expenses over, and above his salary, and notwithstanding these large amounts, he travels gratis, with all his suite, and the persons accompanying; him to his country seat have become so, numerous that the railroad finds it cheaper to give him a special train than to attach, as, formerly, a single carriage to the regular pas. senger train. Upon the last occasion, ordi nary tourists were obliged to remain over, owing to the immediateo filling of all the avail. able room by the guests of the P...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Hair Washes and Bleaches. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 12 October 1894

halir IPvshes and Illeclches. No preparations for changing the color of the hair are harntleos, while some Ido fright ful injury to the foolish womnen who use them. 'Thie sSmp ton of the poison differ with dliferent temperaments. Some womlen rapidly lose memory fail to recall faces or names, or tIoth. They lose appetite, and have to resort tol heer ir stimitult; which is worse than all. They fall victims to insom. nin in its mostt aLrav ii. , i forms, and the last and most. idreladful warnling is loss of eye. sitht; they become , perfictly blind. They will attribute all thesen frighlful sullerings to a hundred causes but the right one, and their husbands are Ibeing told all the time that the only blondine they iuse is a little soda, com mo atl a'i, bar sonp, or salls of tartar. But finally. when almost b?hi, with red, watery eyes ln ti constantly srlir hI bna, they wake to a reclisina sense 4f what tiey are doing to hill t .tLei?lve: I Ib. inches to become a prob. tcitantical beauty...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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Married Sixteen Times. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 12 October 1894

AMarried Sixteen " T'imes. A Russian adventuress, known by the nick. name of " Golden Hand," has ieen con demned by the tribunal of Moscow to trans portation for life. This extraordinary woman has been married no less than six. teen times, and is described as being remarlk. ablyl handsome. fer husblands belonged to all natiormlities anll creeds. She ran arway frlom two in lransce and tlree in Germany carrying off us much of their prnperLy as she could lay handson. She was in Viranl: in 1878, runder an assumed name. She robbed her dilfferent husbands altoell her'lf imore 300,000 rarobles. \lWhen travelline. sho in variably made drpes and disapparced with their moneey, jewels, and even with their watches. Sihe is not unfamiliatr with her future abaldei-Siberia. She was condemalned to Iran;portatioen once before by the Mos. rcow tribunal. She I.ai nIot been tlhere long Irefore the chief overseer rof the place where -hi: was conlinedl married her, and took her i', Consltantinople. She l...

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