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Further News From Mr. H. M. Stanley. (PALL MALL GAZETTE.) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 6 October 1887

Further News From Mr. E. M. Stanley. (PrALL MALL oztarraL) From St. Paul de Loanda a telegram has been received stating that farther news has been received at Leopoldville concerning the progress of Mr. Stanlep's expedition on the Aruwbimi. After having established a camp at the confluence of that river with the Congo, and having subsequently started with a party of picked men-the Renry Reed towing the lighters-Mr. Stanley proceeded no the Arowhimi on the 4th June to half way between Yambi and Yambunga, a point which be had reached when ascending the Arowhimi in 1883. Mr. Stanley hoped to be able to ascend, with the steamers and lighters, the rapids just above Yambonga. The expedition, however, on proceeding up the Aruwhimi from the Congo to Yambi, diecevered that the corrent of the river is very strong, and that it varies in breadth between 500 and 2,000 metres, the volume of the water being so great as to renderathe aecent very dilficull. Should Mr. Stanley sueceed in passing the ...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE YOUNG FOLKS. FIGHTING AND TRAPPING OUT WEST. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 6 October 1887

THE YOUNG: FOLKS. FIGHTING AND TRAPPING OUT WE81'. I remember one occasion, however, when ed meuatreated n fnnitm senerously. It was an ezyeuice It matl never forg??, I wee foartteed years' old-e?ll olty a boe trapper, alone might say,-and stared on an expedition with a man named Davse arting. ton. We went right away. 125 miles from any -setlrment, with a yoke of oxen and a -·ght 'waggon to- carry : supplies and haul our fore back. We found a creek where there was lots of game, and there we made our wnlter camp. On the side of a hill we built a dug-out, and taroed the oxen out to graze upon a small iland, where we left them : then we began trapping, and did splendidly for a few weeks, everything going well. But one day, while we were going round a ebarp bend of the reek, I fell'so heavily upon a sliirery hill dlove, that I broke the shin honr of my leg. Dave Herrington managed to carry me hback to the dugonut; bat, unluckily, inot lotg bhefore thisone of our oxen had slipped upon •t...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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"Mary Had a Little Lamb." [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 6 October 1887

"Maew Had a Little Lamb." The well-known verses beginning "Mary had a little'lamb" were founded on actual circumstances, and the heroine, Mary, is still livirg. About seventy years ago she was a little girl,the diughter.of a farmer in Woroester .Gounty, Masaolusaetts, ,United states. One epring the farmer brought a feeble lamb ,into the house, and Mary adopted it as 'her eoecial pet. It became so fond *of. her that it would follow her everywhere. One day it followed her to the village school, and. not knowing what else to dowith it, she pus it under her desk, and covered It with her shawl. There 'it stayed untilMary was called up to the teshber's desk to say her lesson, and then the 'lamb walked quietly after her, and the other children burst out laughing. ISothe-teaeberhad toshut upthe little girl's pet in the woodshed until school was over. Snon af.er this a young student named John ,olletone wrote a little rhyme about Mary and her lamb, and presented it to her. The lamb grew to b...

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"Johnny Come Lately" and His Troop. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 6 October 1887

"'JohnayCome Latelr ad Has Troop. At an Amerioan frontier military postthe o-mmandant was a' bluff old dragoon, whose Idei of diloiplib'e, athough a?riot, wad by no nibain that'of. 'merilnet... Conneoted with one of the troops: war aiduidlfied young lieutenant, who, having been graduated at the head of his otalssat Weet Point,' appeared to entertain the notion that he was of some mportanoes; Whenever he hanoed 'to be olaced in authority u offioer of the day, he invarisbly involved himself i n some dif: fisulty. It was his custom to pan unnecessarily in front of the guard-house at leant a dozen times a day. This neceeel Sated the turning out of the guard every time he made hi' appearanooe, in order to make the customary salute. The soldiers hated him cordially, nd bestowed upon him the sobriquet of "Johnny-oome.lately." He was not long In disoovering that facIt and, becoming highly Inoensed, inaugurated a serle' of petty annoyance to the men.whiolh reaulled in the confinement of near...

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Byron's Grave. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 6 October 1887

vrODn'a Gravo. Although Huoknall Torkard (says the "Saturday Review") astand almost within the borders of 'berwood Forest, and no great distance from the "'Dukerlee,"it is nout in itself a very lovely e,.oc. It owes its one attraction to the possession of Byron's grave. The'poet wase bured in the family vault underneath the parish church,' bside toe first Lord Byron end his six brothers. 1It stout Rvyaliste in the great -Civil War. Mre. Byron, Ilis mother, and his nily child, Alda, bady Lovelace, rest in the .mn tomb; .nld over them is ths simple ismrble tahlet which Iady Lovelace cauned to be placed to her father'. memory. Many people will , sret to hear that by way of " restoration" the church is to be npulled down in great part and r,-built on adliffereut plan, and in such a tiann?ier se to obliterate all memorials of Byron, and cause even the slab to tell a false. hood, e i will no longer he over the vault. 'he object of this vanoaliom'is not very plain. Toe church io not a ,bea...

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AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 6 October 1887

akUiuULTL't utL &L LUXTI. . would be simply i renesidon of what we h.ve ti b-een'n'y ong foi m..n iweekse past. Not a n singles complailt .as :tavkh.d us tO" the' a contrary. tThis-:s :stie- m.nrh, however, e -during which .the "?c.rps, will be keenly a watched.- Oettdre i s'the critical month with o -the wheatr,'r., :;f,, ;irther week .or two the whbAt4 ti 1nl, -lii h-out in siear, and If the gran only' rerinre a sufficiatent s.sge of maaturty' heefors the ' hot winds set in, then all- will be rigts. It is only the fatmer.i themselvre who have a Uroper :rc.alieation of ' the fearful havn scta ise wrought amonre' the wheat crops when the unrtherly winds set in early in she season, So far- he prospec's of a proliei yield haj.e. never before been knowu to be so I bright.- Ye noprecarious an i;dnstry is that t of wheatr.rowing that juse. eta toe last moutono, and when everarthin appears I Preri'n for a goad crop the farmer's hopes are I blasted-in a moment by the disastrone t -...

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THE EXECUTION OF LIPSKI. ANOTHER CONFESSION ON THE SCAFFOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 6 October 1887

THE BXEOUTION OF LIPS2 I. ANOTHER CONFESSION ON THE SOAFFOLD. On Sunday night Lipuki retired to his bed fairly early, and in apparently a calm frame of mind. He slept fitfully, but fairly weoll. rose soon ifter H, and by 8 o'clock hMr. Singer we rogaln in attendance. -and _.nr nearly the whole of the next two houor en gaged in prayer with him. Twonor three minutes before 8 o'clock the representatives of the Preos, eight in number, were admitted to the yard 'in which stands thbe scaffold, end eimultra eonmly a proeeslion consisting of the sheriffs, ihe under.sheriff, the governor of the prison, the surgeons, the condemned mao, Mr. Singer, and some officialn, in addition to Berry, the executioner, started from the con demned cell, in which the preliminary pinion ing procees had been performed without any demuron the part of Lipaki, after he had ex pressed his gratitude to Mr. Singer and the ofiioals for the kindness extended to him. As this procession started, Mr. Singer began reading...

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WAS IT WORTH WHILE? [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 6 October 1887

WAS'IT WORTH WHILE ' Br BARnxE PoILUP in LPIN4rOTTer s MAGAZtIs. What had botnght me to Seville 2 The brightest man in the trade had elid d me, after a tediou London book aIle, ae we wars dtirg together, 'Try Spin. I" have heard of efmn good Bads made there in yo.r spesoal line. I coold not tell you where to eo, ojly tberet a nothing to be does in the besaesn traeks. The Isree cities have been quite runaseked. In a bay stack of rubbish yeumttght, however, fud your needle.' Ibad ix weeks b-tore me. It was the mildli of august. I had never beenie Spain, snd I was due in Now York some time an November. The steamer landed me as GCdi. Now, In book.honting, a whim r.metlmes is an in. epiralion. On board of she steamer war an emgoedingly pretty Booth Amerioan lady, ac. oompsoied by a man servant. Suo h light atsention aso I could pay bhers wre gratefully acnepted. Off abe Frenoh coast the weathrr was very bad, and ooe on a rough daty I hea given the lady my arm when the found it Im possibl...

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FRAGMENTS OF FUN. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 6 October 1887

FROAGMENTS OF FUN. At the Optician's.-" Pray, do you keep single eye.glaeses 2" "Oh, yes I Every variety; qre, choose for yourself." "t'1hse are no good; I can't see 'through one o' them I" Ah you are .really short sighted ? Then I shall have to get you one made. Those we have in stock are all made of window-glass-the others are hardly ever asked for I" Little Flaxen Hair: Papa, it's raining. Papa (somewhat annoyed by work In hand) : Well, let it rain. Little Flaxen Hair (timidly): I warll goinRgto. A child was recently. watching a young lady husily talking into a telephone transmitter. Soddenly the child said, " Who are you talking toT' The lady. answered, "I'm talking toa man." The child replied, "Well, he must be an awful little man to live in such a small house as that." " How old are you, my son T" asked an old gentleman of a " tot" who was celebrsting his birthday. ' I'm four," was the reply, " a,,d I'm mightly glad of it; I was getting very tired of being three all the time."...

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A TRIP THROUGH SIBERIA. AN INTERVIEW WITH THE HON. JAMES CAMPBELL. (PALL MALL GAZETTE) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 6 October 1887

.A 'RIP THROUGH SIBERIA.: AN INIERVIEW WVIT THE HON. JAMES CAMPBELL. " (PALL MALL GAZETTE ) The.Hon. James .Campbell, late Poset master-General of the colony of Victoria, has just -een enjoying a vacation of a some what unusual kind. Mr Campbell is a great traveller, and for the last fourteen months be has been riding his hobby to his heart's content. After leaving Australia, he travelled through India from K'nchio-junga to ruticorin. penetrating as far north as Oashmere. Leaving India he made his way eastward viA Java, Chln, and Japan to Vladivostock, an extreme outpcst of Russia In the Pacllc. From VIadivostock he has travelled right across Siberia doing the whole distance from the Pacifio to Loo. don in two months and a half, at a cost not exceeding L100. Mr. Campbell, who is now staying at the Langham hotel, was good enough to accord a representative of this paper an extremely interesting account of ahis tour. Mr. Campbell is a Scotchman, having been born at Millport. on the Fir...

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A GOOD DOG STORY. (NEW YORK SUN. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 6 October 1887

A GOOD DOG B&ORY. (Naw o0nK S .. About ten years ags, Captain Clark, a native of Illinois, purchased some land on the soath branch of the big WichltaRiver, . Texas, and a few mouths later went out to I make arrangements for establishing a ranch. I He took with him a large shepherd dog of -reat natural intelligence. From Fort Worth he journeyed to within trenty-five miles of his destination by r il. At the fort he hired a horse for a week, got his directions about the roses, and set off in good spirits. It was lovely weather, and a bracing atmosphere, and the captain was jolly enough until, after the first live miles had been covered he noticed that " Prince," the dog, was acting in a very queer manner. Three different times the dog headed the horse as if to turn him back, and when this did not avail he sat down in the road and howled in the most dismal manner. The captain got down to look him over, but could find nothing wrong. - The dog would look up at himand whine and bar...

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THE GOLDEN HOPE. A ROMANCE OF THE DEEP. "I dreamt a dream that was not all a dream." CHAPTER XIX.—(CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 6 October 1887

THE GOLDEN- HOPE.. A noMakCE OF THE DEEP. 'I droamt a dream thit' ws not all a dream.' Bi 'W."CcAni RirSSELL ' CIIAPERn XIX.-(-CoN'TINUED.) 'But who's to know that they haven't got a boat ? Who'e to ' know 'they're there? Who's to know anything -abbot them? I understood at the 'time of oue. starting' that only one boat had been :picked up 'and that nothen had been heard of the others.' Then catching sight' of- an expreseion in Mr. Fortecoue's face full. of pain, grief, shame- iod knowse whet-.only it was dreadfully pathetic - he adderi with extraordinary energy: 'It looks t terrible liberty ''m'taking, sir; but it's not that-I don't mean it for that. I'm your'.ervant whilbt this achiooner is in my 'charge, • and it's my duty to serve yon. I know more about the sea than yon do, sir; and if I didn't place my seafarin' know. ledge at your disposal I should be wrongin' of you.. Stone and me have talked this woyage over, and our fear is that as a landsman you mayn't have rightly consider...

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LIKE AND UNLIKE. CHAPTER XXV.—PAST CURE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 6 October 1887

LI EýL ANITD-NULIKE. B." :.,OBr I? . BADDoor, 'LAuthor of '- flady Aidi 5e lfrv*' Eta. "CarIai XXV.- Pexa E Cuox. Lady'Blcfeld was oo'tesse .o eborish and 'make much of ,her daigbter-inlaw .without asekig any awkward ,qustlione. There was no letter of. remonstrance" from Valentlor, thereroro it might be supposed that be-took no' bjiatidn to hlq wlftb absene ; acd so far all'waes'elil." Eaily, hours, fresh air. pleasant aodlety, wduldi no doubt soon'exerclee a good infleootd open Hlel?hs' health and spirits. Brighsotne woulA return, to the fair young fade,' asd reviviog hehlth would brin, 'a hab~tehp fItide oft mind.. Helerin,'aoolrmed very amiably to all her -ether in-laso arranges ate. She went to her rueo eoon after ten o'clook every night, except when there were visslore; but eLs was allowed ample Itithde as to 'her habits in thd morning;, and rarely'appeared until alter breakfime. "bhe'wkiked and drove with Lady BaelSell.'ard 'took afternoon tea with Lady BelSeld'e'fileods. She ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 6 October 1887

SUPPORT- O'LONIAL INDU'RV,Y.--try "pr oan . I. end In baying PiPES from . ROSEteHAL, . 'URRS8 Oolillln torget ent, oorthb door from gln oh Prent. Pip not oweonmonklorr goocr. lai KXGIIANOtD. Reprln of plps, waking c1uick. fen., od oomb, rio, enpedlUtlony n·oontd. TEs beet beand of Tnbeoo and 0?rne and all kinds oI nmoklngiilvol. Con nicok. nlonlttlon. ceicorreu on demnd. Plos notb ue ddie. :-.HA Onio sllnmo case. tooth doornfrom Iliabckb ghit EgoTBLS IN 'ALL PAR or THE COLONT, . a¶to; o?qbon and ?aCroter. '14 M5 0M and " 0. O line IrOest wnee, oelbourne.. (blMon be ofl VoVola, Vct?ol Brokesr, Aeo. aMon) LnS. l~.,. I . BUynm ol. Oocui8 . edc" e., wenlnJtn Bi?lc.nI, oyg DreaLm, LAUe=, mot uo o U vrop. .. . 5. . ~'-----L ~ -- · CHALLrr ' REN®T OK*rE, 84 OOIlls `deet CIaNLEIBrsW OCraHE. II Coiloirng hreet wet, was tord Bfnor, Nplerte. pin til, otlls..COrolei i)eylglbordd). ' C aARBB K STeLAftA, ( Colng gitrel C wee. Not8 ori Brothw'e Hooe W, Sorth' fl,8 00;a. i 0 .lO t rKO DADsoo, 181 C...

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A WOMAN FROM AUSTRIA. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 7 October 1887

A WOMAN FROM AUSTRIA. Near the village of Zillingdorf, in Lower Austria. lives Maria Hass, an intelligent and industrious woman. whone story of physical suffering and final re lief, as related by here?lf,,is of interent to English women . " I was employed," she says, " in the work of a lar!,e farm house. Overwork broughton sick head, ache, followed by a deathly fainting and sickness of the tomnaclh, until I was unable to retain either food or drink. I was compelled to take to my bed for several weeks. Getting a little better from rest and quiet, I soaght to do soma work, but was nsoon taken with a jimi in my side, which in a little while seeuled to spread over my whole bodly, andi 'throbbed in my every limb. This was friends told me that my time had nearly come and that I could not live longer tlian when the trees put on their green once more. Then I happened to get one of the Seigel pamphlets. I read it, and 'my dear mother bought me a bottle of 'eigel's Syrup, which I took exactly...

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 7 October 1887

I M PO Ij ND I N?S. Impounded, at Moornopna, 27th Reptwmber,--Brown mare, star, two hind feet white, collar and saddle marked, like JP near shoulder. To be sold on 19th October 1887. Imlnpuuedl at Murchisnn, 23rd Sep tem?er 1887 --Red bull, little white, like B or. square :brand near ribs. To he sold on 26th October 1887. Impounded it Sheppartou Pound, :26th September 1887.--?-sy mare, 'llack points, saddle and collar marked, Ilikeb 'iH (conljbied) hear shoulder, hack. On 27th Septembier 1887.-Bay horse, black Ipdints, switch tail, collar and saddle mkrked, branlds like JF. (con joined), sligliily blotched near shonlder, hack; roan o esfrawberry and *hite bull calf, no visible hrknuls, about four or five months old. to 'be sold 19th October] 887.

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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 7 October 1887

EUROPEAN TELEGRýA[S. The trial of Mr. V.. O'iblen on a `harge of usitng s'ditious lnnglinge was ennelud od at Mitchl.letnwn' Tursday. Mri Timothy Harrington, M1.P., who defended the prisoner, charged the Govennmnent with having purposely nilppressed the true version of M[r. O'Brien's speech, and on this bwiing deniOi by the counsul for the Crown, lie called a gentleman -a liar. The rresilline I mnistrate severely elon. s-ured Mr. lfarrintrton. and threntened to haIve hinm ejected from the court if he repented snch lnngunge. Thlereupn, Mr. lTar intoun threw up the onset Mr. O'Brien was nltimnntely fundi guilty, and sentencel to two trnms ' n imprisonment for three months, to he servel cIaoneirrently. Bdll was allowi. pendi ignhu alpeal angainst the first sen tence.

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The Kyabram Union. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7. 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 7 October 1887

PUBI.a1N5 D E'lVstT FRIDATY. F'RIDAY. OCTOBER 7. 1887. A severe thunderstorm passed over Tatura and district on Saturday after noon. A considerable quantity of rain fell. On Sunday afternoon a very heavy downpour tonk' place between 'l'atnra ansi. lnushworth. '['le number of persons who availed themselves of the excursioi train froni Melbourne to Echuca, Nuinuurklsh, and all intcrmedliate stations, on Monday last was 817:; and the nilumber booked for Melbourne from Ntimnurkah, Echucan, and intermediate stations, on Tuestlday was 701. . Elsewhere, Mr. T. Mayer, of the Belvidere Hotel, Hare-street, Echusa, solicits the patronage of the farmers and others of the district, to his well known hostelry. Mr. Mayer dispenses the best colonial beer obtainable at 8d. per pint, whilst he also has on hand the best of liquors. He also promises civility and attention to his customers, First-class stablig, an and accomodation is alo provided. On Saturday week next the " Happy Hours " Company will m...

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A RACING SCANDAL. THE MARQUIS OF AILESBURY DISQUALIFIED. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 7 October 1887

A RACING SCANDAL. TtIle MARQUI IS OFP AILESBURY DISQIIAT1IPIED. thlle charg's against the Manqiii of Aileshnry and his trainer, John T'ler, in.conncction with the -uspicious rhn ning of the mnrgnlis'a horse Everitt for the Harewnold Plato at 'the York meet ins', has been decilded by `the stewards of the Jockey Club. Both the Marquis and his trainer have been warned off ihe tufi for life, the eteewarid lielog satisfied that there had i?ven unfrair running with the nmarquia's Jaure on prevwons e acons STihe Times eonlmmentiug.-)*on. this, ;decision, contendi.tihatktlia t ensnduet of the Marquis of Ailealibny-lisi minsuch that he ought toibe eicluded fromn the. Holine of Lords. ?, : (The accondit of the' rase published 'iiitlie English'?japers 'ahow that Everitt appeared to be winning in.s cauter.-but only.made a tead- heat of it with Lord Licelles's Whittington. .Martin, who rode Everitt, inarrowly eaeaped violence at the hands of the backer of the ltirse named. In the run-off. Everit...

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NEWS IN BRIEF. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 7 October 1887

SN EWSIN BRIEF. The boders of the men who were drowned last week in Botany Bay have been recovered. It is stated that200 Russian Officers, disguised as priests, are proceeding to Abysinia to assist the'atives against the Italians, who are sending a force of 20,000 men to Massowah nex month. The Volunteer, the American yacht, has won the International Yacht Race, beating the Thistle, with 20 sees. start, by 11 minutes. At the Intercolonial Band contest, at the Adelaide Exhibition, the Eseteri, Suburban Volunteer Band secured first prize Bulch's. Molel. Band (Ballarat) took second ; .Mooulna Band (S.A) third. .;: Burglaries are still the rage in the metropolis. The aUl of £6,7 was stolen from, the Surrey-hbills railway station the other night, and jewellery to the value of £84 take,, from a private residence at Albert Park

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