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ARRIVAL OF HANLAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 7 October 1887

* IR4-IVALTOF HANLAN. ,'E.ati?ard Hanlan, the ex-ehaspion naratihii., rried is Hydney by. the Ze.sandik'frdnm ban Yranciso. mot a soul was on the'4uay'to reet hiMu, eeept one or two friends, and ianlan eartainly felt the negledt. to altogethlt repu diates that any .reisdns ekish fto the unkind feelings stiited 'hp against him bya section of the presi, and 06 was never more astonished :i his "It6 than at 'Auckland that any'tiliUhelai/'tneas existed. He told an intetvletri 'tlhA if Beach had gone to America 'leibould have been the first man on the'*likrf jb meet him. He suffered enuiidedrai y from iea sickness, and looks thih stlid pale, and has certainly aged consideratly since he was last here. He states that be lost 11Ob. weight'on the voyage, .and c~an: ereely seale. 1li; :2lb. Hle.hopes -hdterer, to'paJl round in a week or two. tHilldiatipecially :'denies all rumrours as to hiin allged opinions on Australia and Autitalians, saserting. that one has ever (spoken of any place or peo...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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RAILWAY COLLISION IN NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 7 October 1887

R1AILWAY COLLISION IN . E?Ew SOUTH WALES:' A Aj7us lollisiion , enrred at Parra matta, E?yaltty, on SB'trday*,evening, shortly before 8 o'clokk, between a goods. train :and a ptalenget train. The letter was stindink on the 'up side of the.pjst form, waiti8k to go ot ofr the station;I when' a sp&cial) gond' trath with 40 truck. Trom Penrith came dashling Ito the station. All the aignklatrete egainst the driver, tint it appears tbat the engine hbl got l ond hb. contro1, 4nld the goode train erashed into the. pasenger. train. Those in charge of the AlMtin saw the danger, as the gdAdb t?ain ap.; proachled,,and orderel the driver sit the pinsenger train to go ahead, tUt :the carriages lIad rsarcely got ,in . mition when the goods train collided. The rear-end carriges, two second clnao car riagel, andl an Anmerica' 'naloon ehr .were completely telescoped sahd smashed into matchwond,' but corio'ely enough the engine 'of'the goods trin was not much dkmaged, and the driver and the fi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 7 October 1887

S ? ' ' "HEMP & MANiLLA STWINE OF C: CIAL Q'U4t. LATE ORUY GOLD MED OPHY 100,FRANC TES pLDMOAL'Tj Notices. * DVANCE on WOOT,. CGRAIN, .1 e., S'IOCK, STATION PRO SIC:o rf 'll kinds. ?I'? '; {· ; '7 ew Zealand Loan and Mer6iiiitile q+ Agency Company (Limited.) 4',\ PITAL ....... ... !3 50O,0u0 FSERV'iEF'ND :1. (i '127.,000 Manke Tileral Cnsl 'Adlvnct'. on Stntion F-. aritie, . I ri?ning Clipsr,?bof ?n.i Grain, &e. FOR SLLE fjicjiOtELIOUiJRE, t, or STIPMEN'r to LONDON. tnitint, Salesi TisL8Wotilhie hi r'guuarly i ,tluhohnut the enRann. Auntiol:S Sies of Talinw, Hiles, SI e iikis,. Leather &e., three iimes a . .k tirnrughit the ir. or Alrttion $alet 'f i(riin; ? Frinoolr,: &c. l"t i every V eenoin . DAVID ET; T)EIR Mnnger" '. i. YOUNGIIUSIBA:ý , ... V. .onllall a'tncloie Manager. lshellwurnte, Wal nnd Grnin Wareliouses Colline-stret Wcst. - i4 ilTIC t,'qTtONLIAL MllAT. TLIFlT AF [. IU. hUlt j ; FOCI1ET'Y (I,irlited) ; I tT'I'UAI?T' 1'IC".A8iUUltA.NOEI,, E...

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

DEPART.URES: "During the past few weeks several of the testing mIembers and residents of Taturs, have several their oinnection1. The first, Mr. A. H. Groves, whose bashfulness requested tiu not to make a flourish of his depirture, is pow located in' Gipplsland;, on' land so eted ! dome tileo since. Although Mr. Groves has taken ,dp his, resitlence in bal he still has aLiiterest to i gfradextoet in r tatu~i'.) Ma?nj'irsideno, thi`' silo6 of the.,river, regfettd wil|en' Mr. d3'roves' resigned hig'delt in the Rodiioy Shlire, and should lie ever seek a seat in the sme local body, thelit is ndt th~e'lightest. doubt but that l w'odld be reti ned nopposed.. Mr. Gro?ed. ufa dri ld. member of the Mech~eits' Inietifitte and his debative' power it . itlly knoott subject was always felt. by his 6ppilentd:. He was also appointed lifd A'vefior i? the Mooroopna Hnspital, dtt '.W* inbe of committee, which latter po'nitiit h'ld also resigqed in aiosin uunce of f~&fhid the distriet.--Mr. John...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PRODUCE REPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 7 October 1887

LciIMER'fThIA 1NT~i']LYGFhbtiCA " I ia~t.efiin~l. "'1 he 4'n lorm' TnrIý4 t: RSA Ag r Co. tn'ot'. IR " tod 872 h1 rº,nrnn.. rtx~trrn, 'T%1to3t6.l: l nr `:C9 to :,,t. e0 r'jn. ?l ni."n 2m 7.1. white. 5.a 9ifn 24, 11.? : hnrley. fendl. ' 41 to to id. maliin"'~r".4o tl .toAll, nnr. 3- 3}d in 3% 4.11 ~run. l. ftn9.1 : nOlls'l. 5.1 to 91 : rvngnn' "'49.1 to 4n Il1 rn lc·fowt. 4.1 to A.lid ont t)4 to lid: mniio. 3o471 to Pd1. Total. ."'llet bete 1"1t111r t ILM'- 0 Bnla.-H" 1. VARTtR. Ma"At-t:-- . i trlw4 n o f heep, l dqzr p1.&o ..ilO~i. raw. "228 hal:" nI ..ren, t . 1. t I )1 9lettrt. T' WfilltlmuJiwl j o. rport-lWhent Tie followmugrp Ar t1,e.pl elvreo nn lyviO .nt tie Titttt, rll!wny utntirn:-M notrr . SFmllhl.'O' lrl. H.F!:n h BJ.? Pinsn forvlh. fiankce. Phnwanrd1ý Uaslrn-. iY*i1i4.eoand. p :1atkvnltrd I inattAntt'in i nn.T1Tlllinh. 'lfnrn. J. DMnr~ilrr. NntmrA.;~t rlr.: A.· .llli4L. Qomrr. Mr,. ýy;lnll n..,ff )i1'attcC.L W. RW. (tillnm. RuV."·r. ttmililitllTiintr and n:nI. ·"1...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 7 October 1887

DEATH.   MACTIER-On the 1st inst. at his residence, Tatura, suddenly, Peter Mactier, aged 44.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 7 October 1887

Adventising Chieats I I "It has heeom no conimnn to begin an article, it an eleganit, Interesting style, "'l'hdtd fitt it into some advettisement that we avoid all such, - "And -si njily call attention to the merits of D. anoulte's American Flop Bitters in as plnin.hnnest terms as possible, "To inleude people "To grlne them one trial. whi?.l s' proven their valum that they will never` uso any thine else." . Tell Iremey I Ivniorn?lly noticed in ll the paper,, Rel??om. Ild seeul.i. I| "Ranving latrge sole, and supplsutlng nll other mediine. r r ong p "Thrr. le noiorn e t non her nf the no p Ane at late proprietors of r. dtlel'a Dmeric. Sato Anrten Hno Bitte he n g hrns te sapt ab ayli o 1' n remnmmtdinr n medirine whoLe virtues are-s. mcpabe to evet.y ",'e nhrrVetlon DID SHtn E DIE? :! NoI "She lingered nnd +surffre ,! along, pinilng atvnv tll the time for yvi ru,') "The doctnrs dnain" her nn eno'l ;" It And at last ons eitred by this Dr. Settle'; American Hop Bitters the papers say s...

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THE NEW SPEAKER. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 7 October 1887

TIlE NEW SPEAKERL, Mr. Mittthew Henry Davie, the oew apeaket oat the Legislative Assembly, who is the ahmln,nlon of the Rerv.John Davis, of Soilth Wale, Congregational minister, arld the sod of Mr. Elenezer Davies, was born in GO'dlong, Victoria, on let Fertiary, 1850. He jTva edu cated at time Church of Engiatl (irammar Sohool, Geelhng, ind the Gee long ColleeR, matrieulated at the Mel hournie University in 18(19, and was articled to his hIother, Mr. J. TM. l)avies. soliditor li 1870. In 1875 lie was id mitted a an anttorney of the Suplreme CIurt1nr Victoria, and in the oanie year he. .marrrlwl the eldest daughter of the =RevilDi. Mercer, Presbyterian minister. Hi first appearance in public life was int 1880, when at the general election in Jlj hecoentedted East Bourke Borouglhs' In the interest of the Service Govern snlit iif the day, his opponent, the late Mr. W. M. Cook, beingi a supporter of the Ber Iparty. Mr. Davies was, how ever, late in the fiehl, and was bniten, oibtaining...

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TIT-BITS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 7 October 1887

TIT-BITS. Some one describes a nim arbbiUing 'as sociable as a candidate two wBeks before the election." Social Amenities. - Professional Beauty-" I have just had some very goad photographs taken, dear. I'll send yoiu one if you lik. ; but you're sure to see them in the shop windows." Rival-~J' Thanks, dear, I've not seen one of you for a'long tine-(with em phasis)=-not sinee you were dark." " Wanted .to be Orthodox.--Little Dot -" 1Mlamma, what did .you bring me out df church b ior 'It isn't over." Omaha Mamma--" I brdoight you out beceuseyou were eneezing.'" Little ])ot -' Well, mamma, why didn't you tell .he sneezing woa wickled ?"-Onisha World Some pride left.-" No j'onfessiohla beggar allowed arohnd here;" said -the woman sharply ; "bso it." A.' I am no professiional beggar, jnadam," he zeplied with dignity. "' I may be a trat?p-Ju fact, I will admit that I am a tramp in an 'amateur esort of way--but I'm no beggar. If .you have a ham bone left :over, oirsome cold nmackerel,'or ...

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NORTH-EASTERN AND GOULBURN VALLEY AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 7 October 1887

O1RT1-EASTERRN ANuD GIO - BURN VALLEY AGRIO([LTU IIAL AND PASTOBAL BOCIErY. A meeting of the committre of the kbove was held in the Mechalnics' In stitute, on Saturday,1st Octohi'r. There were rePsent--Tihe Prresilent, (i, tihe chair), MetAers. "W.?id J' Donublsnon, Bazr.eley, Barren, Uhestllut, Cllis, Hnrper, Strawhorn, Pattera"n, Brady. KrvamIagh, Menzie.".Hogan, Down, and the Secretary, M,FIlnagan. APOLOGY. An apology wan .recesived from Mr. Woutton for being shont. " The minutes',f' 'the previous meeting eere read and eonfirmed..... connuseronzses. From the Minhiter of Water Houpply, stating that tiheldiepairtmnit hadl deeidlei to offer two pries for the best' irrigated 'arm, firat prise,' £50J . seco'nd' prize, '£25; also two prizen for the be?e variety 'of Irtigated crops, first'prize, £50 ; s 'coh'4 prize, £25.. It was unannimousely ecri~ed that the lPat tihanks of the asso 'eitiaon be awerded to Mr. Deakin.. *Fm'm Secretary' 'of Internatlonal Ex hihriton, Atking the society ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 7 October 1887

Church6 ioties. ,CHURCIT FJ ENGT4&';ND TATTURA. The Rev. !Mr. H. lIEFFERNAN ~will PREACH nex ?undav morning at Tatnra at 11 ma.t.. Aind 7??-6 .m8. and at Toolamba at 8 p.m. PRESBYTERIAN "(HU TRCHi The R?v. A. CIHARMBERS, :will, IPREACH at Girgarre at 11 a.m., and at 'J'tura at 7 fn1 ~ , i B APTIST M I 81I'ON. The 1hr. J.., B. ,NEYDI) will PREACH "in' -, ec Mlnir-lh11 Tatnra, onl "i?rnhiiiýhes'xt at' 1 "o'rlock. S hcI- "'Buildii?g." TWO POUNDS REWARD. I OST. from [r1l mprhau...enbu' six weeks aeo, 14 enidl' of Yearling Cattle-10 branled JTO n off shouller, other four bra?ideJ (differently: One 1'lack and white hl ifer.nmong the lot.' Albove reward "in iniforimation' -to JAh. M'GILL, Toolanmba. ;;.t,;:".., :.. OhNE POUND ,IEWA RD. LOST. from North MHnrnoipam. FIVE HEAD I(iP,'CATTLE (year lings), branlded DlH bT ff rump, hole in off ear. The anore reward will be paid to any person giving information as to their whereabouts.?. . . ALLAN HEPBURN. North Moorooopim, Sept. 20, 1887....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 7 October 1887

H * .n ' N ad ^ Address. _'. _ _._r_1 i;lx; T H S BAZ;EiE 'S,: ; ...I :;r (Late, of Moira) . . ; CITERION HOTEL, - . lte.le, , of. du? be st Ps 6st eersa.' ' , ' , +"I I Ina CLAjjwA001!bA^. A' ; it4*, BOA'DE k nd PLthtTRpLtFtSIC,,-(.; BILLIARDS ! :BILLIARDS it: BILLIARDS 1! '; "n RtORSES'anduBUOGIES always op HIRE. Extesive .ied omfortbl ' S TIA'B:,I N G".AC C O, M M.OP D:A T, 1LO N.;: .., ,,,. HOGA TS :COMMERCIAL, HTEL, r 110 AS H.OdGAN be s to intimate,to ;thae s.urrouiliiisg initnl)itantsRlltdn T pulic giterailyk' "th! t Superior . Accoinmoldation and, Moderate Charges are, he s'peianlity of thisfi rst clinsH hotel:.' - e i *,.i . .. ': '.. ,., .A II WAq lulors '?"tlie '.cI'Bt Urines;l sand l're .at, Qullty nly BILIARDS! ' IIILLIAIDiS!! , IAILAiD:!!S '.. SUPERIOR TABLING and ACCOMMODXTION"PADDOCKS,, Hhornes a ii s, iiwell as.Bu, gy Paire always on Hire ii ;.l i FINTNS I3USH!,INN ASEY ST. j.. l .. ,,. .,,, , ,.' ..TATU RA . ' . ... . " F I R S T A-OL -ASS A C O'M M 0 D ATI, O "" '...

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OBITUARY. THE LATE MR. P. MACTIER. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 7 October 1887

OBITUARY THE LATE MR. P. MACTIER. It is our painfull duty to record the sudden demise of another of the pioneers of the Goulburn Valley. The deceased gentleman (Mr. Peter Mactier) came to this colony on the 3rd October, 1859, on the anniversary of which date he was buried. On his arrival in Melbourne he went into the employ of his brother, Mr. John Mactier, who was carrying an extensive ironmongery business in Elizabeth street. He (the deceased) remained in his brother's employ for about five years, and then went as town   buyer for Medora, Breided and Co,   and remained there for 2 years. Through the solicitation of his brother John, who wanted to take a trip to Scotland, he took the daily management     of the business until his return. He   then took the appointment of salesman for Messrs. M'Ewan and Co., which situation he retained for five years. During the time he was in M'Ewan and Co.'s employ, the land in the G...

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THE INQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 7 October 1887

THE INQUIRY   A magisterial inquiry was held by Mr. F. Williams J.P., on Monday,   October 3, into the cause of the death   of Mr. Peter Mactier. The following evidence was taken :— Mary Mactier, widow of the de- ceased, deposed—About 7.30 p m. on Saturday my husband was sitting at the fire in the dining room reading the newspaper ; I went to bed and left him there ; in about a quarter of an hour he followed, and said he would go to bed too ; he commenced playing with one of the children, and blew out the light, when he fell forward on his face on the bed ; I asked him what was the matter, but got no reply. I then called my sister, who went to the hut and called the men ; I sprinkled him with water, but could not get any signs of life ; he never complained of anything but a cold he had some time since ; never exerted himself when playing with   the child to any unusual extent ; he was in Tatura during the day attending to his usual...

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CHIT-CHAT. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 14 October 1887

CHIT-CHAT. Utility moroing dresses are made of printed flannels in fast colours and may be washed and pressed on their under sides to look as good as new. Only the upper parts and the sleeves need be lined, and un dressed white cambric is best for the purpose. The- cotton -fabric -should be shrunk before being out. SRibbon bretelles two or three inobhes broad, terminating with abow of the same I at the back and loops And long ends at the front, are fashionable additions to young girls' simple evening dresses. Sometimes the ribbons cross the breast and are pinned beneath the bust under the arms, the long loops and ends being arranged behind. Gauze ribbons alternating with strips of mull insertion or with laces make handsome front breadths for white dancing dresses. Somnetimes two ribbons in different te:xtures or colours are used. A gauze ribbon i set between two broad lace edgings, their straight sides being sewed underneath. Under the oval edges of the lace.a satin or groegra n rib...

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THE LADIES' COLUMN. FETE-GOWNS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 14 October 1887

THE LADIE&S COLUMN: Bt~" VIva." FETEOOWNS. .The.Clop 'carnival is near. at hand, and mind and fngere arebhny in thialnoguost and preparing dream. 'in muslla and poem. in lace that are. to grace tie lawn of the Flemington. Rceoourse, or the gardens of Government-houte. The Englah fashion pprs give o a good idea of what is likely to no worn. Autralia has not yet instituted foahinea of her own, but follows England and Franoe. White seems to have been the leading colour at home race-meetingsr, fol lowed closely by heliotrope in every variety of hobae, from the palest to the deepest, and then by grey, viez rose, and gobelin blue. Softtwahing silk in white and cream was moch worn. Te three daughters of the Princes of Wales -at the Aecor meeting were all in white, the eldest wearing soft white lilk, with a white bonnet and pale-blue aigrette. Many cotton gowns were worn, perfectly fittinog, and most simply made; but, on the other hand, never were some of the tollettes more elaborat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 14 October 1887

THE FITZROY NIOHTBOIL QUESTION. TH[e GOVERNMAENT 'OWNRLESS. The appeal to the Minister of Public Work. boy deputation. in the: hope that he would nave porwer to prevent the deposit of niht. soil within the horongh of Fitzroy, and so abolish the danger and nuisnce of the toractice,q resulted onlp in hIt promising to use moral influence with tbe cborough council. Bit the ooe sitple aend effective oure is the adoption of the o uggertion made Sthen muniipr l delegates recentlya, that ch honuseholder should use salome effective disinfectant and in' whoe report regardin test rxperimoents it is stated, speaking of Hunter's Odorlees Dilsnfectant-" There is nothing tried equal to it," Used generally tjoth danger add nuisance' will be abeolutely done away with. Purchued by the beg its qovt is less than onnethird that of tins, snd it is thee within the means of the poorest hoseeholder. Grocers and the agent. Samuel Lowe, 117 Collins street west.-IAnvT.] "Saving on sevsea occasicns used your Ca...

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IT. (ST. JAMES'S BUDGET.) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 14 October 1887

IT.. (ST. JAMES' BUDOGET.) As they were my "friends," I don't care to say how it came about that I' had this strange and, I believe, unique experience. They considered it a practical joke, though it nearly unhinged my reason. Suffce it that last Wednesday, when I called on them at their new house, I was takens upstairs and ehown into a large room with a pictorial wall paper. There was a popgun on the table and a horse with three legs on the floor. In a moment it flashed through my mind that I must be in a nursery. I started back; and then, with a sinking at the heart, I heard the key turn in the lock. From a corner came a arrange uncanny moan. Slowly I forced my head round and looked, and a lump rose in my throat as I realised that I was alone with It. I cannot say now how long I stood there mot onless. As soon as I came to myself I felt that my only chance was to keep quiet. .I tried to think., The probability was that they were not far away; and if they heard notting for a quarter...

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SPORTING. THE GREAT NATIONAL RACING CARNIVAL. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 14 October 1887

THE GBEAT NATIONAIL BAOIN?G * C^.'.ARBNIVAL. oThe Sringb Meeting of the V RO., or what in better known Is tb.j Melbourne Cap Car nival week. promises to oe of a character to overihadow in grandeur and maguifcencs all of its predetedoir. T'he attendance of the public as Flemiuotoa on Cop day lst year waa in round nnumet 135.000. This year it is estimated that the attendauce will reach a higher fiure than 15,000. The rename for this expectation are not far to seek. Doriec the year raillwt extension to the interior dis rict of the colony has gone on apace. More over, the through line to Adelaide has been completed, and it New Suuth Wales branch linea have been contircted which conneci the settlements of Central Auttralia nod 'Queenoland with the trunk lione leading to Melbourne, the queen city of Australia. -Added to facilities for transit to Melbourne ,comee the fact that the various Australian Governmente have areed to special reduo tione of suoh a character as to bring within the re...

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TIME-TABLE DIFFICULTY. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 14 October 1887

TIME-TABLE DIFFICULTY. The time-table as arranged by the Railway Cominissioners for the Elchuca and Tatura line does not as yet appear to suit the travelling public betweien these places. The tiuie fixed for the arrival andll departure of trains at first satisfied the pedple of Tatura; but ait KIiyablram and Tongala the timese were unsuitilble. Meetings were held at the twolanst mentioned places and pressure was brought' to bear upon the Coum mrinssiners, by Mr. James, Shackell, l.L.A., so muchl so that they decided to discontinue running the ordinary train ,,n Saturdays and run a special market train fromn Tatura at 10 miintes past eight o'clock in the morning and leaving Echucaeono the. retuin joornoy 'at five o'clock, thus. "allowing visitors shout eightl hours in Edcuca to transact their business. The people of Tatorn nattrally feel agrieved at b'eing "deprived of their ordinary train,- whilst the alteration will grently incondenince persengers from Melbourne' by the 'early trai...

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