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

BILLIARDS. '['he tollnamilellt it, tl Criterion was advanced another stage last Saturday night, the game being between F. I)iick (scratch) and " Roberts" (65). On a start being made it was at oince apparent that " Roberts" was in very good form with the cue, whilst his opponent did notr play up to expectations. The gime game re suited in " Roblerts" scoring a victory lb 1511 to 1(17. On Motlnday night, Price (serrich) v. " Roberts" (1;5) tried encluisions, andl contrary to expectations, the scratch inan won by 22 points, the game being called at the finish 15(1 to 128. Some nonsensical persons-- who fancy they " know something"'-are spreading a re port to the effect that the loser was e bought.," simply because he didl not plan up to his usual form. lni Soil ,i .1 i .i ' P en?s. [Pouirii i)atw. D)avis (310) v. Price (scratch) play to t:ori.ew night, Jlewson having the bye.

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

The Princess d, taman's favorite handker 'l*if i.f l.s l'eted wiltb a garlind of scarlet pinks; flowers anl leaves embroidered in their natural colors. They are scented with th. s:tiong perfume extrnated from the same flo. iAs. The blonde Marquise de Grelhfhle has all of her handkerchiefs embroidered vith the corn flower in all its variegated blue shades, and her perfume is the sweet scented clover. Pink batiste with white i1lies of the valley worked on them is the Duchess de Irtgamas favorite handkerchief. The Emnpress of Japan has ordered pale beige ones worked with chrysanthrmums of all ex. aiting colors. The widow's handkerchief is a pale lilac worked with dark purple acabmun, A Woman's Idea -It was the tears of the young and bIautiful widow of ayouthful Sergeant of the German army, shed for the loss of her husband, which made her not long after the wife of Peter the Great, and in time this same woman was crowned Empress "Catherine, the supreme monarch of iRussta What Would You ...

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

ECONOMIC COOKERY. Free demonsltratliltIls of economic and high-class cookery will ie givenl in Tatlura by Mrs F. IDavris nIxt wk. Mrs Davis is exceptiomally well qualiicd to lecture oil cookery or all kinds, having been :an ills tlu.Ltress :at Lhe (t o dlon Co llege, of Geelong, tile Castl'lml:ailne Scihool o(f Mines, and :also for thel Gas Company iof Melbourne, whiah +oinght to pIopllruise the gais store for cooking purposes, turd etmplyel.d the munst. pro ticient illstructless thlat couldi e hobtauild to give instrueltion it its use. Mrs Davis is convinced thatI pro.tieeney in cookery can he atta:inedl mnmyi lallis willi lg to give it I little attenltion, alll with thati view she is coillIlig aIInllgSt IIs to give dem?:,.n;trutioitls of whavit ;h? oas leiruneld in her years of expeirience, 1and also to exhibit the use (mnamy of m" pro1 - ducts imay be puat to f'or culinary Ipr poses. MIrs Davis hll deliver ,:, ' tm lectu lire i on cookery throughoult Victoria, an11d1111 her crede...

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

lei e,,hf /ilk toutd Caesh7tlere. Skirts of large orcan pipes of black silk with narrow while stripes running perpendi. el:orly. Overthis fell a cashmere polonaise, which to the left near the front was cut into long wide Inrl0 and ends that fell almost to tlhe cel'e of the skirt ; these hI ,i,4 and ends were lined with black and white striped silk. Far back to the right there was a bluck and white silk revers to which wero fastened the deep front folls of cashmere, and wh ic extended toward the back and formed a part of tile drapery on the tournuro. Plain silk corsagoe anl sleeves over which was adjusted a bolice of cashmere folded narrow over the shoolller near the sleeve, and form. nog a Itdep V back and front ending in pointed falls below tlhe waist. This is a ecry stylist way of making the crsange of a onlsnaise. and I partic?atrly recommend it. The sides are also of cashmere. The whole estlne" has the afppearance of a oa.hmero slellete sleeveless dress thrown aver a plain silk ...

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

GIRGARRE EAST. TIEA M.I'LTING. The twelvthl anniversary of :lie Sprit:; vale I'resbyterian Church, Girgarr'e Easit, was celebrated oil Tuesday last by IL tca ileeting. It wtas a Icautiful night, ant people f'rom all parts of hlie lislri rolled up in greal't Innbers. The lei was held in a large nruanice which was specially erected bly the tomuni'i:tii, a:I joining lihe church, anI was ,a,,ti fully decorated with flowers. It c. tained four tablles, supplied bIy \hleAslauies (George, Jolni, aid \Villiam l)onallson mtdt Collie. The tables were very artistically laid out. and containel :abundanlce of eatalbles and good tllilngs. The ladies of Girgarre must be congratu lated oil their good taste. Int add lition to the above [mentioned Indies, Misses Maggie atnd Nellie Donaldson, and the Misses Collie assisted at the tables. After tea the company retired to the church, to hear a splendid programmle of choruses, songs, recitations, :ind speeches, hlt, it was foutnd that the lbuilding could ...

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

INDIGESTION --+-- May be the result of a variety of causes of debility of the digestive tract, over Imental work, nervous prostration, ex cessive smnoking, ten, or spirit drinking. At any rate no matter what. the cause, the only treatment of any.: permanent benefit is a restorative treatment, the remedy must possess tonic, invigorating and st rengthening properties. This is not the ease with any of the many purging mixtures sold as dyspepsia panaceas, and this is proved by their mInakers stating thct the dose must be increased until the desired effect is attained. This is dune to the nostrum being purely a cath artic,pand by continued use tlhe stomlach, liver, and bowels become educated to the action of the medicine and it gradually loses all effect. COlements Tonic is quite distinct ill its action, it assists digestinl, pr'mnlotes the flow of gastric and1 pan creatic fluids, increases tihe secretion of bile and thus assist the bowels to throw off the waste matter; it strengthens th...

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

PRESENTATION. -4-- Last Monday evening the many friends of Mr and Mrs Filmer assembled in the Tatura Baptist Church to welcome the newly married couple home. T'lhe gathering took the form of a social, and the various preaching stations were well represented, the following gentlemen being present :--Shepparton, Rev. S. Pitman and Mr Attwood; Tallygar oopnia, Mlr Gritllths ; Pine Lodge, Messrs Cronk and Thomas. M[r Williams, of Tatura, who presided, presented 'Mr Filmer with a purso of sovereigns sub scribed by various friends. In doing so he remarked that the form tile presenta tion would take had beenl a source of perplexity to them, but at last they docidoed oni a purse of sovereigns as the best method of showing their respect and esteem for the recipient. After a suit able response the evening was devoted to songs and speeehmaking, refresh ments being provided by the ladies of thl church,

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

TATURA FIRE BRIGADE. On Monday night the local fire brigade took formal possession of their new reel-house and bell-tower, and a test was made of the ball that is supposed to be an alarmr in case of fire, but the ie plement failed lamentably in its object, as it was only by careful listening that it could be heard half-a-mile away. It is the intention of the brigade to ask the Chief Offlicer, on the occasion of his in spection, for a larger rand more suitable bell. When on a calm night like Monday night last the bell could not be heard by members living at the other end of the town, it is certain it would be useless should there be anytlling of ia breeze blowing. After the alarm the members, armed with shovels, set to work to till in the interior of the shed with sand to raise the floor above the water level, and in the course of an hour the work was finished. and now it only remains for the council to raise the foot path and the structure can Ibe put to use. After the filling in, t...

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

TO STAND THIS SEASON AT GO1VIIE PARK, TATURA, The Imported Draught Entire, .I BOSTON TOM, * Imported by Mr. P. Power, pet s.s. Sussex 5 OSTON TO3M (2,728) is a rich dappled L .bay, stands. 17 hands high, and has proved himself a sure foal-getter. lie is an sxceelingly well shaped horse, and lihas niassive Ilat bone, stylish action, and good :emper. tie is one of the harviest-weighted isers over laindll ill the colony, anil has ilenty of hair. ledol by Mr .oseph Peek, of tlgarkirk lFen. Lincolnshire; sire, HIonest 'om (1,111). the property of Mr E. Gant, of Alford ; graansire, hlones. Toni (1,105). This unapproachable horse had thle honor of vinning six IRoyals in succeession, doing duty t the stud till the time. Some of his pro .eliy are inl every quarter of the globe where a cart horse is to be found. Boston Tom's 'Tin was bred by MIr William Clark, of ,verton, by the Lincolnshire Hero; grand .int by Eno's True Briton. lRoston Tom, as a two-year-old, took, list prize 'at Lincoln ag...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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THE NEW ERA. UNDEVELOPED SOURCES OF WEALTH. LECTURE DELIVERED BY JOSEPH HARRIS, EX-M.L.A. SUGAR BEET (Continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 12 October 1894

THE NEW ERA. UNDEVELOPED SOURCES OF WEALTH. LicTUItcR Dli, viicaI n DIy .losti'Ir lAciuus, Ex-M.L.A. Suic.tl Il scTr (Continued.) The history of thlir attempt to start. this novel - industry in Victoria was graphically given at a meeting of the Royal Conmmission onil \egetable Pro ducts sonic half-dozen years ago by Mr Murray P.oss, a gentleman who had sulliiefGbuiithin. tlk priactioe b i remunerative?ness of sugar-beet growing and manufacturing the same to build, at a cost of some £50,000, that fine pile of buildings near the junction of the Gipps land and Mornington railways. This gentlenan stated to the Conmmission that lie was willing to spend another .£50,000 i, complete the works. Whether lihe is still ready toi spend this trifle of f550,1)00 I do not know, but others are low embarking in the work. No pos silhe doublt canii exist as to the suitability sf our climate for the growth of this jillat, anti we have any amount of laund mcuiinently adapted for it. The crop is very exh...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE NOVELIST. [COPYRIGHT.] TALMUD; A Strange Narrative of Central Australia. FOUNDED ON NATURAL FACTS, CHAPTER X.—(CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 12 October 1894

0ENOVELIST. (COPYRIGHtT.] TALMUD; A Strange Narrative of Cen tral Australia. FOUNDED ON NATURAL FACTS, BY IVAN DEXTER. CHAPTER X.-(CONTINUED.) "So am I. We will soon find the camp though. I am glad it was only a black that was watching us. You must be right about that glen affair," replied Strangway. "Of course I am right. You didn't expect that it was the devil you shot, did you ?" " I wouldn't be surprised at anything happening in this locality. For want of human settlement it almost seems as if the place is the abode of spirits or phantoms," the leader returned. "Perhaps so. This is about the best place they could come. You wouldn't like to have them bobbing up b.fore you in every paddock at the , :im, would you ?" Stanley enquired, with a laugh. By this time they had reached the camp fire of the night, and they imme diately turned from it in the direction of the range. "We were not more than a hundred yards from this tree, you know, Stanley, and the horses' enc:losure should be ...

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, OCTOBER 12, 1894. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 12 October 1894

THE IIY'ABA M UNION, :II ittiotilI to Flvo;;eu LeaI I) AY .[lloaN IN ( l1"l DAY, OCTOBER 12, 189-4. 'l'ArI J;A Iahs long si;cU iron the proud Itinil Slow;' ii (Ito colo:V-hba; the 'Ir nyal and the "National "'-hiehl in it.' idsti . t 1 fifLt, judge Id from an i dlepu;;;llt slltnhIIIpoinit, thil Inturn Spring Show ; Is;;h beat in tih colony, as the Nat;i;onal rcCeived tinl CIIOIrI;OI Governmenelt subsidy, and the Royalil 1i-ul Is ili Jii;alcill redoIrueed from; theL 1vllble Colon~y. Th'lat TLntttrn shouldll thus staindl con eopicuio;;sh in; tlhe forefron;t relecte no siiall nulolntit of crleit on; tie mnci w;ho laid the Io;ntl;;tioi; S of tlho s;ociety hi md 11iid deep. 'ITlh mo;mn uperficinal pirsoni will iclknowvledlg e ;t!it such Success is not attained without the exercise of rulare qalities. hlard work had to be combined with foresight, liberality, judgment and intelligcence. In no walk of life lhas competition been greater than in the line of Agricultural Shows. They spring iup...

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

A'-Footbalier's :Farewell. A player from our gallant crowd, lay dying in his tent, His comrades standing by dould see his life was nearly spent;. Tliey listen~ld.\iith .an ,ainxious ear. to hear : what he night say, They -knew full' well -he. could not live till .dawnl, another day. " Oh. 'cominuls," said, the dying ;uin, one last airish I crave Jutst Take. me down to IToylc's shopl, to get a decent shave; . In ldays gon by:he cut my hair, hliulde ,e look spruce and clean, And :many' a tirn&"in Hoyle's shops some splendid-work I've seen. Miy father, who died long ago upon a foreign stnmnd, l, o" i .. hs, 'Hald y d's l uty'nm' nhis'look wheni - 'shaved by, Hoyle's hand ;.. r' :. . And another; dear: (a friend she was, the ,.kindest of manmmns), . Would oftein say she' lvesd the smell of Hoyle's best cigars. : - . She always gave me guest advice, as only mothers can, And told us when we learnedl to slnoke that Hoyle was the mant ' Who sold the best tobacco, and vwho did a roar...

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 — 12 October 1894

GENERAL NEWS. Tatura en fete 2500 entries received for the Tatura Show. Coming events cast their shadows before. Torchlight procession on Monday evening. Messrs. Stephens and Sons adver tisement appears on page 6. Tatura Show Social to be held next Thursday evening in Bingham's hall. The new Premier and some of the leading .Ministers will visit the Tatura Show. Tatura railway officials have much work and little monetary return during show week. Mr Frank Hoyle will illumminate the firmament on Monday night with rockets and Roman candles. Professor Carl, an intelligent. muto, who practices " Phrenology," may be consulted at the Whim I[n. There will be no meeting of the mem bers of the Tatura lodge of I.O.O.F. on the 11th, on account of the show. "There was a sound of revelry by night." The echoes of "The Tin Shed" to be awakened next Thursday evening. Lovers of the succulent asparagus can now obtain that deliciuos vegetable at Messrs Hunter Bros' store, Tatura. The Tatura Brass Band w...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A FASHIONABLE WEDDING AT TOOLAMBA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 12 October 1894

A FASHIONABLE WEDDING AT TOOLAMBA. St. Alban's Church, Mooroopna, was Crowded with onlookers and guests on Wednesday morning last to witness the marriage of Miss Nellie Wright, step daughter of Mr D. Farrell, of Osborne House, Toolamba, and Mr. Robert Pogue, of the same place. The Rev. Mr Hitchcock performed the ceremony. The bride, who was given away by her stepfather, wore a beautiful gown of cream basket silk trimmed with moire and lace, the beautiful veil and wreath     was fastened with a gold brooch set with rubies and pearls, the gift of the bridegroom, and she carried a lovely   shower bouquet. Three bridesmaids were in attendance. Miss Ada Wright,       sister of the bride, wore a handsome gown of French grey basket cloth trimmed with pink silk and lace. Miss Pogue, the second bridesmaid and sister of the bridegroom, also wore a French grey basket cloth trimmed with butter coloured silk and lace. Miss Teese, the third bridesmaid and cousin of the b...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MERRIGUM. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 19 October 1894

MERRICUM. ''lThe conicert held on Wedtlnesdaly even ing, the JUth inst., at, Merrigni, in aid of the funds of ithe local hall, prtoved suicesOsfl though the evening was very w!t. The chlairmian was Mr.1 MlCoke and the pianuiste Miss Pitus. 'T'he exhi bitionof ledgerdemrain was much appreci ated. Tlhe following programmelllll was excellently renderedt :-P'ianoforte duet, Mlisses Piitts; song, ' The Wolf," Mr S. Jonesi; song, "Qeilen of the Earth," Miss Sublet; recitation; "ShiplwrCekekd," Mr Maxwell; song, " Selected," Miss Surivener; song, AMr .1. Edis; P'ino forte solo, Mr Moore; song, " I would'nt. would you," Miss Bradley ; recitationl, " Sea Captain's Song," Mr II. Ekinos; song, " Kingdom of Hllome," Miss E. raly ; recitation, " )ot IlBaby of Mine," Mr Maxwell; song, " T'lhe Sion that reaclhed My Heart.," ,Alr Carey : exhili ti"m of- Legerdhi?,in, IMr Max Skaller; song. Mr Carey; song. Miss Lamub; recitation, " Thady O'Flynn," Mr Max well ; song, "Moni," iAr lolies ; coIic song,...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CIRCUIT MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 19 October 1894

CIRCUIT MEETING. The Circuit quarterly meeting of" the Mooroopna Circuit of the United Met hodist Free Churches, was hold at Mr H. Hall's residence, Taturn, on Wed nesday last, when representatives from the various preaching places and churches were present, the Rev. R. L. Reed pre siding. The balance sheet, slowing income and expenditure for tlhe past quarter, was a most encouraging one, showing a credit balance on the income above expenditure for the past quarter. .Very eucouraging reports- were given concerning the spiritual condltion of the churches, ia substatltia increase of church membership being reported. It was unanimously resolved to invite the Riev. R. L. Reed to remain another year on the circuit after the termination of the present coiinexiulml year, vi'z, :March 95. The 1ev. gentlemen in :a few apprprl riate" remarks accepted the itvitation. Arrangements were also made to hold additional Sunday eveninit services at. Toolamba, and( Sllllday mornings at Mooroopna. ..'lt...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BALDWINSVILLE PUBLIC HALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 19 October 1894

BALDWINSVILLE PUBLIC HALL. Last S turday evening' a meeting was held at Maioney's Hotel, Baldwinsville, for the purpose of dealing with tenders for the erection of the new public hall. Mr John Morrissey presided. The chairman explained that in addition to the advertised business, the financial position would receive con sideration. It was announced a cheque for £3 3s. had been received from the Hon. J. Sternberg, and the treasurer, Mr. H. G. Byrne, said he had £18 18s. 6d in hand. The following amounts collected were also announced:--Mr. J. Byrne, £14 16s. G6d; Mr. T. Brown, £14; Mr. ,J. Butler over £5. Mr. Morrissey said he would give his cheque for £20 to cover most of the sums promised him. AMr Stokes also announced he had £2 12s. in hand, which made a total of £88. Tenders were then opened, and it was found that of E. P. Harden, Tatura, was the lowest, tile sum being £340 18s 7d. M. Miller of Tatura tendered at £347 8s. 3d, and G. Pain of Ascot Vale at £359 17s. Gd. It was decid...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 19 October 1894

RAILTON & CO'S -4 FINE SEEDS. W Es'rTALrsrIll 24; YEARs. Forwalrded free by post. g' Assorted Flower Seeds includel Gratis with all Postal Orletr over ts. BIlat peroz. 0 0 Letluce per. on. It CarrotL ,, Onion ,, ( f Cabbage ~ i 0 Partnip i 0 ' Cauliflower ,, 2 0 Rhbarb ,, 1 0 Cress ,, 0 I Radish O,, Celery ,, 0 ' Turnilp ,, )0 I Cucumtber, Meloll, Tomatllo 1tand Pullllkill, ld. per packet. HED33-AFRICA,' BSX TItDRM. Iltslt Iflege ver introduccai, Is. er oz. *4 FLOWER SEEDS, * 12 Packets for Is. SEED POTATOES! SEED POTATOES! E BEST VARIETIES, In small or large quanulitities at Lovwest Rates. SEarly Rose, Early V\ermonts, etc., etc. New Early Amber Sugar Cane and All Forage Plant Seeds e AT LOWEST RATES. NEW LUCERNE SEED. Hungarian Lucerne ! Special quotations for large quantities. Rape Seed ! Rape Seed ! ESSEX RAPE SEED. Imepoted by us direct from the grower. t I'rice, per cwt. or ton, onil applicatiol. SUGAR BEET SEED, SImlportal direct from Firtce ain Ocermany. GRASSES AND ...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 19 October 1894

Of the Waterbury Watch. The Timokccpere of the Day, Elegant, Inoxpenoive, and Durable. Thousands of peoplie I AIustr lil hve tee iehed praise upon the 1uh:c4-i,1, e oatcrhery Wo.ti:hes For their nricalsl tf tkrpg ttto tioes, and hve often wshedl that the c, _s were in golt . The OGOoldon AtLo s r attilO ed. Ie ter new, elegant, altInrtitto ge.! ea cc the Waterbury Watches are Por;sIction. Ahnya the lrst IRamllls thnekeepers inr t e wiuld, they fir.: ow" at Cxqui sltely Coatirul a:l hy aru r.?thematlc. ally Accurate. The ge:d cases are LU]oentced fitfeen years. SThe New WYatorburts twind In a few Thoy are made in Nickul, 811ver and [icllcd C!id. Remlet attempts to rocommend Worth. loees' nIhi*t:one. prices from 13?,/G to £5 5/. OfuMce and ieateir Depot: WILLIAM1i ST2.ET, r.iELDQUNE. CON.QUERS PAIN. Theo Larvcllous Intornattonal Remedy. ISafo, Euro, and Harmlore. It acts o ito Mllagie. Et. J.tcohls Oil i terackloewle,:l.d parn.banfsher .nd hoelth-rest:rer of t:Ve u:i'ecse. Its s o Cer...

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