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

C O N S U M P e I-g : oc;M And all DISrAqES of the BONES Seaeeeeofally treated By PROFEFPOR RADFORD. 103 Collnt rttr.lt w'st, tay Ppencer sire Years of Bright, Happy,,alt Vigorous Life I Have been given to Thousands ! who believed their health hopelessly gone!!! If yaou an enffetrineg from Indigestion, BIsenue, and Kidney disorder . .. .. If you have Asthmatlo Symptomer Difeoalty Breathoing, and Heart Palpitation II If you are broker down with Got, Rheavmata m or Lumbago I If you are tortered with Violent Headahobe Bleep. lesnene, and Nervco. Irnltability ill. .1 It you are weak and languld, and unable to tops with your dailydetler 11111 If you are gloomy oan moro, and feel that all the world in against you Your troubles can be traced, in 'te Bit! ilmane, LIVER COMPLAINT.' i eo prevalent in thle country, afietliag almoStsteerl body to a greater r loon degree. Buto do not give pp fee DUNBTONE'S COMPOUND ESSEJNO of DANDELION And LIVER PILLS WILL RESTOBE YOU to HE ALTOI AL srely as min...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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WRECK OF THE DERRY CASTLE. THE STORY OF THE SURVIVORS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 14 October 1887

SWBECK OF THEi TCAb8TLE. I" THE SBTORY Oý TH ý1TIr e This is a thrilling story h. nee. Not a one of those that heM iarr1-tt d d Clark Russells have evolved, b8 a rmisery, suffering, pesil; of eight. , aý*Aeigg ? castaway on a desolate island forpseq $ins* 7 a third of a year, enduring and fighbg. bhds. ships whicn are shuddering to rslatP'"" s e0w kThere arrived recently at the port Y e, bourne, after a tempeestuous voysee, D,:p sailing schooner of but 48 tone, the Awaitas gr Sbringing with her the survivors of the barefsd Derry Castle, eight strange-looking beingspfl"' clothing of stranger description; hats mh6a of birds' feathers, boots made of seal sklrrj,, their hair log and Unkempt, and their facer) e covered with thick beards. Such men aced not given to exaggeration. Let. them tell their Story - We sailed from the port of Geelong. Ans., on the 10th of March last in the Derry Castle, an iron barque of 1,367 tons, with 17.300 bega. of wheat for Falmouth. Hug. She was com* amnded...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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IMPORTANT SALE OF LAND AT KYABRAM. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 14 October 1887

IMPORTANT SALE OF LAND AT KYABRAM. SA large number of persons assembled at Kyabram on Thursday, October 6, on tile occasion of the sale of 5000 sores of the Mount Scnbie Estate, the property of the Hon. W. I. Winter.. A special train arrived from Echnae shortly after eleven o'clock conveying several intend ing buyers. By the morning train'from Melbourne there was also a large number of purchasers. The land waq put up in lots of from 60 to 80 acres, and the hidding was at times brisk and keen. lSIr. Jns. Shackell (of Messrs. Slhackell, White and Co.) wielded the hanmmer and obtained fair prices for the various lts. There were in all 50 lots subrilitted, and with the exception of five lots all wAs 'sold. The highest figure paid was £5 7s. per acre for 127 acres near the village of Korumbee, and within three iniles of the Kyabram rail way station. The lowest figure paid wi?s £3,3s. per ncre, .The imajority of thle lHts wore purchased locally, and the average priceobtained was £4.12s. 6...

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HE FORGOT THE ORDER. (PITTSBURG DESPATCH.) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 14 October 1887

HE FORGOT THE ORDER. (PITSBUG DoISPATH.) Upon the slope of the Allegbhany Moan. tains, four or five miles from Unolontown and only a few steps off the line of the old Comberland pike, Is a little plain board cabhin ret so far beck among the rocks and trres that it cannot be seen more than 100 yards away. A reporter rambling over the mountains last week stumbled all unex pected y npon the secluded dwelling. The occupant was sitting in a homemade ham mock just ontside the door, adjusting a 8fish line to a pretty jointed rod. A daily paper lay on the ground at hisb feet. Me was a young man, not more than thirty years of age, but his hair and mountache were as white as asliver, and there was an expres sion of sadness on his face whlob seemed to be habitual. His alothing was old and worn, but it was well kept and neat for all that, and it was worn with a grace that is not born in the mountain distriots. He welcomed his viwitor as heartily as thogh he had known him for years, and his invi...

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AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 14 October 1887

AGRICULTURAL IQTE5. From all parts of New South Wales com. plaint ;,regaxdin.tha . ariableness of the (weather are to. hand. A month ago it was thought that the warm season- had set in, and twould continue; but since then winter has frequently asserted its powers. There has been much dryness, caused b streng westerly winds., These had a good effect on the roads, and. to some extent advanced shearing, which is now.well forward. Fortunately, the stock of herbase in the pastures is sufficiently large. to overcom, the ordinary effects of dry weather. The stock as a whole are healthy and in excellent condition. The wool clip is heavy and fairly sound, and is being delivered on the coascin large quantities. Farm produce is plentiful, and prices very low. The crops promise to yield large returne. Difficulties to connection with the laboor for shearing are still cropping up, but in the majority of cases the work is proceeding satisfactorily. The Shearers' Union, although strong, is not bein...

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THROUGH SIBERIA. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 14 October 1887

-I-TBOUois.IBEaIA. * The following in the oolludiug part of the "Pill Mall GazOeet's" iater1iiw wlh the IHon. James Campbell, oi Victoria, the first section of which was published last week . OODBBES, WOLVES, AND BEARB. " Then travelliig in Siberia on the who'e is notunpleasant '' ' No not if yeou have a good companion, and you have not too much luggage.. I nfortconately had a companion. about ball the journey. and my advice is alone. He had a huge box which rendered it almost impo.sible to II down comfortably in the tarantaes, for yeou travel night and d sy. For the first three nighru I could not sleep at all, but after that we re-arranged our luggage, discarded my air bed, and went back to primitive straw, which is best. After this we olept, though, ae the roa3a were had, we were sometimes very moouh knocked about. The nights were abort-not more than three hours' total darknese, and we were entirely unmoleated during the whole journey. Near Irkutsk a traveller had been robbed sand...

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Precipitation Cliff. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 14 October 1887

Precipitatien Cliff. I have meid that precipitation cliffs were in primitive times arsocidated with moot.hillm, or open-aircourtsof justice This was the case, as we have seen, in Rome, where the Terpeien Rock was connected with the Cepitoltne Hilt. We have traces of the same association alen throughout Greece; for the aorembly of Are, paaos, at Athens, was an open-air court of Inoice that sat on aern Hill, ad the pnishm"enbof the kemote , or precipittion ws douhrlesa often inflicted there, by tthe malefactor being hburied headlong over the rocks, long before Solon had reformed the Commonwealth and instituted more refined laws for the npunishment of crime. Scan. dinavia rich in its evidences of primitive institutions, is perhaps richest of all it, it. examlples of moot-hills with their accompanyieg places of exectlion. Icelaod possesses the far-famed Tbirgvalla, with ite Ldghere, or Hill of Lae, which was the heart of the Icelandic body politic. Here on the highest peak of rthie rock...

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THE MURDERS NEAR INVERELL. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 14 October 1887

THlF MURDERS NEAR IT* The trial of Wadham Wyndham, of Bukulla, near Inverell, N 8W.'l foF't1e murder of his wife'aud 'threr`e afili red) was commenced 'at Aitihidale An Frllday. It will be remembered tjiatiWyhldham, the proprietor of the Bukulla estate, murdered his wife and three children under most revolting circumitan&s while In a fit of regliousmania; Tile prisoner who appeared greatly dejected, has greatly altered in appearance since the ~crime, He acknowledges having taken the Ilves of his dear wife and children, not with felonious + intent or any murderoas feelings, but fitn spirit of sacrifle. This was constructed as a plea of not guilty, ad the evidence given at the inquest was again taken. The judge summed up by saying that it was evident that IVyyndham was labor= ing undet - a strong deloion wliei he killed his wife .and children. Thle jury returnedi' a verdict of nob guly, outhe groarund of insanity,andl thle prisoner rwas' ordlered to be detained during the Gove...

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A Wolf Child. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 14 October 1887

A Wolf Child. In the early traditions of moat nations we meet with the tales of animals suckling infanta who have been exposed through the jealousy of some tyrant, and who have after* wards become great kings or heroes. Inmost of these stories the wolf plays a very prominent part. It is needless to add that they are all myths, and, as such, unworthy of credence. But the same cannot be said of the possibility of a child growiog up among wolves, which is suggested in them. The fol lowing facts-the eabetantial truth of which there is so reason to doubt, since they are related by the eminent Anglo-Indian, Sir William Sleeman-would seem to prove that sach a thiag is not altogether so imposalible as at first may appear :-In the wild glens through which the River Oumti rushes down into the Gorges, wolves are still common,. and they frequenty carryoff children out rf the towns and villages. The Hindoos are withheld by superatition from killing these animals within the precincts of their own...

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SCRAPS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 14 October 1887

SCBaPS. St. Bride's Churoh, Fleet street, wa struck by lightning. So8memasonry at the bottom of the steeple, on the right-hand side of the main entrance to the churobh, was upheaved and thrown violently against the back wall of the Ancient Cogershall, and one piece passed shrough the window, slightly injuloring r gent eman who was playintog at che.e. Daring the ceremony 01 Ionnahing a life. host by the Duchess of Edinburgh, the temporary staging on whichb the Dauches and the members of her party stood acollapsed during the eremonioes, Princess Beatrios, wife of Prince Henry of Batten. barg, was precipitated tonwards the see, and barely escaped being throwo into the water A horrible case of suiolde is reported from Low Moor, near Bradford. Joseph Nor mington, a furnace-keeper, jumpe upon a waggon, se d in the p elae of another workman deliterately puouged Into a furnace beicnglog to the Low Moor Iron Company. The biast was at once stopped, but an hour elapsed before the body could hb...

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THE ECLIPSE OF THE SUN. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 14 October 1887

THE EOLIPSE OF THE BUN. The Japan "Daily Mail" gives the fol lowing description of the eclipse of the son as seen at Tdtyo, on 19th August:-" As the clock Indicated the precise instant when the orbs of the day and night shbould come in contact, the suo, quietly glided behind a bank of cloud, became a mere glow, withbout edge or outline. It was only for a moment, however. At thirty-six minutes past 2 the great orb emerged solemnly into a wide space of pure azure, and thencaforth rode there in the most open unconcerned manner. During those three minutes of retirement, the first contact had taken place. As the sun passed out into the blue, it was seen bhat a solid black segment had overlapped the right lower edge of roundnes. Fatteen minutes later a third of his surfacs was covered, and the brillianoy of the daylight had asuffered an aporeciable diminution. It was not tifl half past 3, however, that She mosat beautiful and startling features of the phenomenon began to be fully apprecia...

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

Amusements, OH! DON'T , FORGET THE r , GRAND BALL Tdo-rnfafHT AT TRE * Tatura Mechanics' Institute. .1. 1. WOOTTON o106. ;Bsec. -*Ri1AO1'OiwAh~r ýiY.fU24CIENT -Tntumra l m 11 Tis. - ihOcol~nr,(s r jl,6Wda.nv. Oreat. ztfsnrse for reee is rslos t. Siostroppau em.' .'nriy~of antjitts bna'ewrryknldurii -we iutiered thesir serrCs Co.n0114 in yost thoiusdlsind sec! 1A atrditEd llitnrelsy. Representative AhOderoent. Representative of theyrar. LUKE Fl.ANAGAN, sECTY. 3IECHANTCS' INSTITUTE, TATUllA. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 75TH. WO HA! KN 57$ HAPPY HOURS '.COMPANY-' and. FIIRST APPEARANCE in the Pro vinrial Towns of MISS MARIONI NORMA'N;; Haring just finlshed 12 weeks of a moist ncesesful and phenomenon season at tlil Alexandra Theatre, Melbourne, .as The Little Dnke." and " Butter.!tiit? i'ina fore;' also, the Wanderful Child, FLORIIIE STEPlIIENSON, who has,jcnuscit-lquit a sensation in Mlelbourne. ýOwingA tot the nmalngement being unable to secure the Hall for two nIights bilni(ompei y. will appe...

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AUSTRALASIAN STATISTICS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 14 October 1887

AUSTRLALASIANI STATISTICS. Mr. H. H. Hayter, the Government Statist, has just completed his statistics of .the Australian Colonies, and a perusal of those relating to Victoria will be found of 'interest. The population of this colony on December 31sat last was. 1,008,043, or an excess of 1077 above New South Wales. The public debt on December 31st, 1880, was, £30,114,208. There are 2,417,582 acres of land under cultivation, the ex tent of. land under whleat being 1,052,685 acres; oats, 185,765; barley, 37,03 lacres ; potatoes, 409,472 acres ; hay, 445,150 acres; other tillage, 640,977 acres, with a gross produce-of wheat 12,100,086 bushels; oats, 4,256,079 bushels; potatoes, 170,661 tons; hay, 488,049 -tons. The live stock comprised - 808,553 .hdrsaes, 1,303,215 cattle! 10,700,403 asheep ; -and 240,957 pigs. In the five Australian colones there are in all 68,065,629 sheepp; 7,220,652 cattle; 1,155,690 horses ; and 700,866 pigse; The average produce per acres of wheat is 11*40 bushel...

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FRAGMENTS OF FUN. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 14 October 1887

FRAOGMENTS OF FUN. SWhat is an epistle I" asked a Sunday. aschool teacher of her clays. " The wife of an apostle," replied a young hopeful. Ceetoinly Not l-Pationt, dissatisfied' with dietary restriotions t Look hetae, doctor, I'm not going to rtarve todoath juost for the sake of lining a little longer. Remarks One Would Rather Have Left Unanswered.-" Well, good-be, dear Mrs. Jones, I'm afraid I've put you not hy calling at this ssserthly hour." "Oh. I hope Itlidn'a show it." 'In the Couse of Art.,-Patron When are ye goin' to start my wilse'.pioatre and umine 'Cause, when the 'Ouse is up we're agoin'-,. IArtist: Oh, i'll get thecnvases at once, Iand--, i'atrofl (rhltlksoaire)':. Canvas I Aug it 1 none o' yer oaease for me. Ptioe is no objao'. I can aford to pay for something better ban canvase (Tableau.)

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A STORY OF HENRI KETTEN. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 14 October 1887

A STORY OF HENRI KETTEN. BY MB RlcaAcD A. Pnoozon, Lit me sketch a little gamblisgsoens, which I rseo.l somewhat vividly bHosasotke ciraum. stances were unuseal.' Ohilef ahoeg 'the drama'iepersotm were the late Hen Ketten, eminent pianist, and a German ,'profaseor sbout'to take up hie residence on a small islaod of the Pacife' for i loeopbie par. poes, The minor personages were apan Cargill, of the good 'chip `Australasla, a boat's crew, three or four whist players including myself-and a wretched whist player I wae in those days), and a few islanders in incomplete attire and canoes. The scene may be regarded as divided betwee the Aetralasia . and the Pacifo Ocean; imie, May, 1880. The following conversatlin took pILOc: Philosophic German: Goot-bye. my frents; I go to be consuamed by cannibals in the interests of my polovt science. Omnes (except Kettoo): Good.bye, old boy l And gioeluck. Mysetlt.: Don'e forget Sydney Smith's advio -ib they sat you, be surs to disgres with them, P. G....

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

IEsportant to Irrigattoatsts. It I. of very great importtoce to irriou tloists that the plan ored ashould so thoroughly reliable and effective. rho fact that Messrs. John Dnks and Shon have or the laIt thirty years made a special atudy of pumps and irrigation plant, and that osa pries have been awarded to them for their manufactures at Paris, PhiladelphIa, Amstalr da, hbielboarne, Sydney, And Calcutta, I quite oll bjet proof that they are espabl oft turning asou tnthorogh seatisfactlon irrligafol plante of atin magnitude. Their stock et tampa, cast and wrought iron pipel, is is,. at may be seen from the tact tat they have always been among the very euccalalst tendarers for Goversnment and sehlre waes supply contrarma. If you want a pump or a Econp'ete irigation plant, write them, o aUt to rie thesm a general idea of roar requita ments. Th.y will quote you a price, and awcivies you a , to the loot muanu of actom pleehing your porpose.-(Anrx.) IIUthLY'S FLUIo ItURROvlA I. parteularN.....

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The King of the London Anarchists. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 14 October 1887

The King of the London Anaroblists. This man is one of the most remarkable figures in the Anarohilt movement. The more one sees of him .the more inexplicahle and problematic appear hisa position, as well as his views and his character. One moment he seems to be a man guided by the most ideal, unselfish motives, who s the victim of an unfortunate doeliion, and the next he appears to beone-of the lotrestand most unpranolpled of men. It may be In.. teresti g to Bive; a description of the man who plays the moeet important part among London Anarchists. Victor Dave is forty years old, slight, and of medium height; his pale face bears yet the trhoes of his three yearn' imprison. ment for high treason in Germany. He wears spoectacles. has a reddish beard and fair hair, His forehead is that of a man of mental superiority. . . Dave has been alosely aconnected-- with Paris- and Brussels Anarchis . Since he has come to London he has become connected with the Soclalist League. He knows the Itali...

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THE GOLDEN HOPE. A ROMANCE OF THE DEEP. I dreamt a dream that was not all a dream.' CHAPTER XX. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 14 October 1887

THE GOLDEN: HOPE.* A BOMANCE OF THE DEEP. I dreamt a dream that w.e not all a dream.' Br W. rCLAR RussenL. CarPrrTa XX.-A Fol'eLr Drscossorx. They had no sooner left the cabin than a head witha arimn pale face on it and disor* dared hair and reddish eyelashes popped out of a separe bhonk on the port side, and after taking a quick glance around, was followed by the body and legs of Johnny, the * bo,.' This youth was about seventeen years old, stupid, but willing, and he was useful as one of the ships company, because bthough he hardly knew how to make a long splice, he could help to roll no a sail, and was a very good servant for the cabin, besidee being see. viceshle as a sort of cook's mate. He had ' ll night in' becauose he was kept at work all day, hat feeling tired after breakfast and guesning he would not he missed for a quarter of an hour or so, he had sneaked into the spare cabin buak, that was in reality a hole uo toe side, such as you see in smsacks, with the intention of m...

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LIKE AND UNLIKE. CHAPTER XXVII. (CONTINUED). [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 14 October 1887

~ElKE 'AND: UNLIKE. BiBrM. B. BRADDOW. ,. Authr of. Lady Audl sylBeoret,' Eto. z ' a' XXVII CoONTImUD). :;, Mr.: Belflld telegraphed no announce. ' lant,, of his goming either to his :mother or his wife. It was part of bhli plan to take Helen by enr rprae, and he ws willing to hazard the =diullyyof getting into a hosor in which all tbhe arvants might have gone to bad before he oould arrive. The abanoes were that Adrian would be in the library, where it was ihl usual habit to ait reading long alier mid jight. , . Chbadfoid.road station was nearly five miles from the Abbeyrand Mr. BalBeld was in no humour for a long walk. Tae Station hotel, A' doeent Inn, whioh oould provide a one. S orse'fly.upon ocaseione, and which called 'it?sl poaaing.honre, was open, so he went 'in, ordered a brandy and soda, and a trap td tAike him to the Abbey. : The oiler and the dfyman were lazy and slow, and Mr. Belfield had to wall a quarter 'of an hour while the fly was being got ready. ,Her istod in the ...

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The Two Glasses. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 14 October 1887

The' Two Olu01 Thtre wpre tew r leeMC fl>ed to'the brim, On a rich mMelo .n.Be, rim to rim. Ocq we oueely no red blood, - And one as e ar ae tb eryulh fl od. Si14 the Plain of wine Sil'(h paler hyrcthrr, * ltc i rll th te tlie oa the pat Int orth .ther. I te. tell of bhnqdet ind revel and mirla, And th* pruneste.nd letrr?ne OUml on &arth .P.lI inler m> toder h y tb tUh *trnnc by billbbh Where I we a klln, lfor I ruled In nl hl . Irmi theb hiedt . Kinora I have torn the or wn ; Irnm ih* lh.I rlut or .ln I have hul.lMed ue doiin. I h re r.lafed meanV n houebe rea na.ue I hear- tetn vlltnered given chime; I have ticnpotet yonth with a rlp. talat ThIt iiew mrde hi* laMenr e bhieae wm.le. Firelectair then a klne am 1, Or iiy urml beieaib the ky 'I heve mal-the erm nf ihi driver fltl, end eons thr train from tbe Iron rtll. I h av mdse lmo nhep. geo duwn 0*ee, " e,.d tee eh'lbk. el ihe lcit ees' Iwee tomn, For they pid : " lehold, how a ab . yoo he ! ome, rtreith. weelMh. rli...

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