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A Story About Signor Depretis. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 14 October 1887

A Story Ab3ut Bignor Doprotts. The "Corriere del Mattino" vouohes for the authenticity of the following aneodota of Signor Depreti, Illustratiog the mildness of that statesman's character. He need to snore loudly. Once when at Caeale he lodged at the R-ea Rossa, a second-rate inn. An ex.ofBcial, who was at Cisale for the purpose of applying for employmont, bad a room next to that occnpied by the Minister. Being disturbed during the night by the loud snoring of his neighboor, he first threw hie' hoots at th wall, and them prooeeded to complain in rather, inuolena terms, load enough to peetrate Iito the next room. Signor D eptis apologisd, and, in-order to be no lger a disturb ance, lighted his .o ndle and began to read a book. The. next morning the Minister sent a waiter to make his exousa to his neighbour. "Who is the beast!" asked the ex-offloial. "The ' beast' is the Minister, Siguor Dpretis," .replied- Ul. waiter. The poor ex-officlaial almot had an apopletio fit. He. in turn, se...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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NEWS IN BRIEF. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 14 October 1887

N E S `IrN BRIEF. Count Minister; tihe Germian am baseadonr, has handed Mr. Flourena the aft of 50,0001mirke,,forthe widow of the gasetkeeperi who Jitas' shot on the frontien by GOctnan'se --4The--eigt..aoen..who.wetg charged with tihe murder of the head constabie of Ennis, ;in, Irelned have beencogm rmitted for trial Large failires liind o1 i tered- inthe whiskey trade. 40,00iU,000 gallons of whiskey, is stored in Scotland alone. ' A fire broke out in the csatriage 'hed of the tramway depot, Sydney, on' Saturday nlght,. Damage to the atent of £800 was done.' = Tine death of Mt. Beaver, M.L.C,, It announced, from 'diabetes and Brights disease. Mr. 'LBromnell,=-MCt.O., died somewhat suddenly on Saturdnay last, -frotnnlryngitis.: Wiliam Conroy, who shot Cottneillon' Snook, at Perth, 8SA., for refusing hint admittance to a ball, has been found guilty of murder, but recommended to mercy. SThe dispute in the shipping trade ini Adelaide still continues. Tihe ,men:; employed in erecting th...

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FARMERS' PROTECTION ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 14 October 1887

PARKERS' PROTEOTIOIN ABBOCIATION. A large and infiential meeting of farmer's was held in the hal Lht'VRya. brain, on Thursiday, after the 'con. clusion of the sale of the Motint8ci le oestate, for the purpose of forming a branch of the Farmers' Protection As6cintion. Councillor Cassen ocO-. pied the bchir, aniI briefly stated the objects of the meeting. After a lengthy discussion, it was resolved, on the motion of . Mr. MI1Carten, seconded by Mr. Curtis,-That a branch of the Farmers' Protection Association be formed- at Kyabram, to act in conjunction wi the Tallygairoopna and other similar asns ciations tlhroughonut the colony. rtwas also , resolved, on the motion of Mr. MfCarten, seconded by Mr.D. Mndies,' -That itlcsers. Allan, Lilford, Drunm, aind tio mover and seconder,' actjpel, coimmittee to carry out the bjdecofi the meeting. Mr. Jae. Shaclell; M[.I.A., who wa was present, addressed the meeting,-and pronised to procure' etatistice and foir ·: rwardthem to committee for their ...

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Terrible Suffering' at Sea. (PALL MALL GAZETTE.) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 14 October 1887

Terrible suffering. at see. (PALL MALL otZKTTB.) The White Star liner Britannic, which arrived at Queenatown in Aoguat from Now York, brought inselligence of the loss of the vessel Sara, and the greater portion of her crew, between Sao Pedro end Martinez, California. At the time of the disaster the vessel had aboard, besidea the crow, the captain's wife, children, and niece, and also Superintendent Halle, of the Baltimore Cop. per Mills at Santa Rosa. The Bara was struck suddenly by a heavy saurf and oapsized. All aboard perished except the captain and four of the sailors, who eaved themselves by clinging to the bottom of the vessel. Two of the sailors became crazy, saying they were going ashore, and Immediately plunged into the sea. They hbed no sooner tohched water than sharks devoured them. The captain, a, sailor, and a small, boy were the only asurvivors who clung to the wreck, on wbhiob they remained for eight days, experiencing fearful privatlons and sefferings. Niumbers of sh...

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WARANGA SHIRE COUNCIL. TUESDAY 4th OCTOBER 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 14 October 1887

WAiANRGA SUiJRE COUNCIL. TvasDAY 4th UcToMan 1887. (Condensed from the.: RushworKh Chronicle.) ': ' "Preseint-Cra 'Phillips (President), Pook, llevelli tMBon,.T. Taylor, Brie- -, bane, Healy and J.Taylor. > * « { CORRIBPONDENCI. & 0'' A ry Ikrge amount [t ourre'sIindernc was dealt with, bqt of very little interei' to our general readers. Frbm the ,Secretary of the North Eastern and Gýoulburn Valley, Agri .cdltural and PaRtoral 'Aseociation, ask 'ing the .Couincil to: proclaim the 20th inst. a public and bank holiday through out the 81hire of Waranga-- olilays be applied for', for Hushworth andi Murchison. From the Secretary of the lodneys Sdire Council, intimating that a deputa... tion hall bee ippolnted .tq? -Wit on thel,i Colineil slative' to propry *ast'' 4c. ' '* ):IG 1;:: i".The'President (Or. Brown) and Cr, Cuewsen, and the Secretary, represente " the Rodney Shire. . -,,: The ,Presiilent asil they wan-ted -to get posMessioa of the pumps, tanks, &c.,. . but a...

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THE HOUSEHOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 14 October 1887

THE HOUBEHOLD. To relieve hoauensess and tilkling In the throat: Make a gargle of the white of an egg beaten to a froth, adding a half-glass of sweetened, lukewarm water. Wash black stookings thoroughly in strong salt and water; wash again in a weaker solution, and finish by a thorough linsing in clear water. Stooklinge thus washed will not orck. Discoloured tea and coffee poets may be bleaned by filling them with water in which two or three tablespoonfule of woodashes have been placed, and letting it boll tip,then waseh thoroughly with hot eospeods, and rinse. A mixture of rain water, cologne, and glycerine should be kept by those who are troubled with rooghnesa of the skin. Apply to face and hands after washing. Bran water lI also good for rough skin. Pet a handful in a bag and dip it In warm water and wash with it. OATMEAL CRACoKas -Wet one pInt of Sne catmeal with one gill of water alter mixing as well as yon can. take it out of the dish on the kneading board, -on -which you. ha...

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SPORTING NOTES. SHEPPARTON TURF CLUB RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 14 October 1887

: SPORTING NOTIES. BHEPPARTON TUBF CLUB RACEU, - (BTII P, NO 'ICm' ' ' .04 Tuesday next the above raced will take place, and if fine weather? should prove successful. The various events a will b hereuonder, are :well filled; and there is every probability that the promise of that genial and energetic secretary, (Mr. Harold and Tnrnley) st "good fiebles and exciting finishes," will be fulfilled. For the principle event, the Shepiparton Hainlin cap of 100 soiverigns, no fewer than26t horses have entered, and uob of tihe. these should be a good field. Those who look beet on paper-to mymind. are Siarkle, "Verbena, Little Jack, Success, Agatha, The Chanter, Liesetto, aid Newmntket, and with a start this number should furnish the winner. For ,de.Hurdle Race thereare twelve entered aund albut seven should face the startei Moolgc wuitI 12st heads the list, but I do riot think ho can give two stone and't aihalf to Result, Sunbheatand Yathong., Ave and Topthorn appear at nce weights for the:d...

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"HOGS, I'VE GOT YOU NOW!" [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 14 October 1887

"HOGS, I'VE GOT YOU NOW 1'' Some years ao an eccentric goenis, the Rev. Thomas P. Hunt, used to give tempe ranoe lectares in America. One night he announced that he would lecture at Easton. Now, temperance was: not in favour among the male portion of that bureh. -The women, however, were alt for the " pledge,' and con. sequendly on Hunt's---first night not a man showed himself. The benches were pretty well flled with women, though. and Hunt commenced; but instead of temperance, ha took them to task on thevanities of dress, etc. They woe great stuffed feather sleeves then. They-the eleeves-caught it then their tight lacing. and so on througnh the whole catalogue of female follies; but ntont word about intemperance' and the ladie. went home neatly mad, " told their husband. about it, and voted old Rant a.regular muff. He had announced that he wonuld lecture at the same pelace the next night. . Long before the time appointed they began to arrive, and when Hunt hobbled down the aisle th...

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WIT AND HUMOUR. A GOOD REASON. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 14 October 1887

WIT AND,... JIUMOUR. A GOOD R ASON. !There were-aboat hablls dosen of them and they hadbeeeaoft'omefrhee in thereountry, They weie llibtledon wha onanesi they pueed one of the numerous cottages a pretty wuman accidentally.-.,oted awhile handker. chief loose Thee..'were si hndkeosthieft waving wildly-in theebroot t Oise Instant. " By Jove, ehee pretty I I wonder who ses he 'Phat wee meant form.." "It wasn't. It atme ant for me,' said everybody but n little old man sitting on the bostate f the waggonhidden from elitht. ".Well," he sald, "-I'll bet Itwae not meant for me." Why:' Because that wasmy wife.'' And a dead eilence fell on the picnic.

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COURTLY CONVERSATION. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 14 October 1887

COURTLY CONVERSATION. SCroak l"said the frogking, as solemn, green, and great, Swelling rwith all the dignity of *rogaleh kingly state, He sat upon his throne; no frog the siloence hroke; Youn might have heard a leat fall, until the king's voice spoke: SI thbink, sysebjeoe," then he said, "that it Is very plain, if yonder oloude don't clear away, that we shall have eome rain." " Croak -rsh I" `ld alt the little froge. "Your Majesty is right, But then Your HEbhrieisalwaye Ia, we're sere it will rein to-nighbt." Then rileirell ni on the marsh irntil the royal oroak Told all'ths listening froggles that onbe again he spoke. SOn considering the question, I venture now to sayr -- That it it rains to'morrow we shall have a damp, wet day." Croak-croak I"d avid all the frogs asnd bowed'; " your words of wisdom sire Are such that we pour eabjects can butlisten, and admire. . It we had any doubts before, we're 'certain now thatrain Produce. damp-Your Majesty makes every. * thing so plain.', Th...

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TO A MAN WHO WOULD MARRY. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 14 October 1887

TO A MAN WHO WOULD MARRY. Select the girl. Agree with tbe girl' fother in politics and her mother in religion. If iou have a rival, keep an eye on him; if be leas widower, keep two eyes on him.. Don't ewear to the girl that you have no bad habits. It will be enough for you to say that you have* never heard yourself enore in your sleep. Dn't put much staff on paper. It you do, you will hear it read in after years, when your wife has some epecial purpose in infioting upon you the severest punishment known to amarried man. Go home at a nestonable hour in the evening. Don't wait until, the girl has to throw her whole soul into a yawn that she can't cover with both hands. A little thing like that might cause a coolness at the very beginning of the game. If you esit down on some molasnes candy that little Willie he.sleft on' the chair, while wearing your new ueammer troeusere for the first time. emile eweetly, and remark' that you don't mind aicting' on molasses candy at ail, and that" bo...

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

' p "" \ HEMP & MANILLA TWINE OF FJI = ,~OrCIAL QUAIý, 00 f\co LATEbi VcTORY JULY 1887, GOLD MEDAL & TROPHYVAIuE 'I00," FRANCE. Notices. A T)VANC'E on WV OTr.-- liAT-N, \ te., T'I'OCK, STATION lPRO IITICE to all kinds. New. Zealand Loan-'and MercaiitileýF Agency Company (Limited.) CAPITAL ... ... ..3,.011,000 NESES'RVE.CUND) -..; -, £27.000 Mafnke LiIbernl Cnh `Alvinces on Station,S .aritiea, Fosuing Clipnr.t f mWgnl,ý Grnin,,,&. FOR SALE in METllOURtNE, MJ11t+]IliT toi T ONI4N~ A netion Pales of Wnl helcd reigu ly thltonglonL tihe senasn. Auction tales of Tallow., i( lides,, Slieepkins,tLaintter, &c.,,. threcetinla a weCek throughout the year. Auction Palesn- Grnin, cFlour, &c.. held etery tVednealny. I)AYT1YETAr1U 3fitManager. 1. YoiTUNGIIJSBAND, V..,ol and Produce Mlanager. telbnourne Wnia and Griii Warelhouse Collins-street Vest. i T HE (:OT.ONTAT 1UllTUAL T;1PI A. SIURANCIC.1OCE.OITY:(tlifmited) t,.;. MUTUATL LIFE A RURAipdl1CIfiNOW MEN'I...

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

Auctions. 320 Acres, Parish .Kotipnaia WEDNESDAY, 26TH CCTOBEI' At , KYABRAM, STIOCK ,SALE. T G. "STEWART hat' received J. instructions from Mr: Heardaon to sell by public .auction, staaRi rraml Yards, on the above date (imimnediately' before thleo stock sale), That splendidrl block of clndvon taining 820 acre' ortqiereu hiut adjoining Mesorq. Brockleb kc and Chas. IIutchinoono,:r nirii kneown ai Aleoau erj" earr , 's '.block. ,t'IL'4t " : UtJ(. Half ofe`ho hou i of poest aMnd ?7 rail., and'2 wireeona 1up paddocks with top rail aidT 5,rrme-- This block being half tilrbeir.anild'isl plain is well suited btlh fur cultivntion' and, grating. It is Jlso periimanently watered. The. fertility of the land has been already proved by its yielding six bags iwheat to the acre. Kotupnia land has been all thrimugh' sellinig beneath ite real value, and hilihnve offers a bcliancoe of obtaiining a god' block' clheap~4 .I meimber, land ip gethg.scare; arid'tis Kotnpna, althbutigi {ia ( (iUh beeninegl...

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THE YOUNG FOLKS. AN OLD BIRD'S ROMANCE. (QUEENSLANDER.) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 14 October 1887

THE:;YOUNG, FOLKS. AV OID BIRD S BOMANCE. (quursran ADEL) delt.you a stoat - 01 courser I will, myr 1setllegs.- What is thegRood of an old hird;io 1stba'n'tsayhowmani summersif shecaO'ttell eer little nephews and nieces a story flow and disc! 'But you namsr promise to'beet "quiet, for aim not feeling very well this, morning; I don't.think that large worm I took for breakfasit. agreed with me-never eat too much at a time, children; it's a bad hbitand alsnlbthe digestion I don't know how I eame to be so foolish this morning. I cannot think it was the gropes I had for luncheon; the-y neer dIsagreed witl me before. When I wes a fledgling, my mother fed me princi pally on breadbrumb o and black Hamburg grapes, and she alae) a attributed my plump proportions and glossy plumage to that diet. SWhere did she get the grapes from;' did 0oa say, my dear.? They were procured liom a neighbotring orchard in a remote Corner of which was a particularly fine bunch, found by our parents to he a soothi...

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FATAL STREET ACCIDENT IN GEELONG. TWO CHILDREN KILLED BY A RUNAWAY HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 14 October 1887

PAT'AL STREET ACCIDENT IN GEELONG. TWO CIllLDRF KILLED BY A R1JN AWAY H1ORSE.. About half-past 4 o'clock on Satur day afternoon a very painful accident lhappened in Afoornbool-street,. resulting in the death of.two children. A horse attached to n four-whleeled, cal, sed ini plying for hIire..between Gelong"''nd Belmont, nand .owned by Mef. Edward Lloyd, ran ,aeay: froni thei"starid in fyrie-stroet in consequence of the winkers nsuddeily .fallinig off hi head. The horse galloped on to the paved foot path on the east side of Moorabool street, and raced towardi the warf at a terrific place. There wait a general scatter of pedestrians, but all could rot get out of' the road of the runnaway. The. waggonette and horse struck a perambulator with a child in it named Edith Jane Hoyle, nged 17 mooths, and struck a. girl named . Ethel ..t"Francis Hoyle, aged 11. years, who was taking. the infant out fur an airing. Both children ,were; severely, cut about tlhelr: heads, and wheu pitked, up were...

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ROCHESTER ANNUAL SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 14 October 1887

ROCHESTER ANNUAL SHOW. The aniunl ahotyiin connection w*itlh the RocheeterAgriculttnial Societytook placo on Tusdeay and Wednesday, ' Ina. passed offT`rnitisFnctorily . On ,.the. first day the'exlhbits were chiefly conflied to rnaloiIueryvanid agriculttural. irtnjiwenzrte.l The principal exhibitors.wore the "M·el .ourne !iriat,-Meoesrs. T. Rolinsonb eand Co., J.dNioholson and Co., MIL'Celwtan and Garile,` andl .. urnolo and Co.,.the firet-nainod exhibitoe 'a riiinnwier, with an improvement in the shape of a comb cleanet attaehed, Alessr. M'Lean Bros. and lRigg seured the first prise with a 3tFCormack reaper and binder (coinm binid), a Hornsby. tchline takkings se cond, arnd'a Wood machine third, There was a splendid show of buhtgines, Alesrs. Pickle4 and Son, Scholtet anl itotalh, of Sansiburest and Messrs. Miller and Miller, of Echanes, each securing honore. Messrs. Fergteoni and Veitch. of Echuca, and Mr. Fuller, of IRochester, divided the prises for harness and saddlery. On the s...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 14 October 1887

Eastern Iliding credit balance, £188 17e.7d.; Central credit balance, £1000 is. Id..; Westerni credit balance, £720 9s. 10d.; total to the credit of Shire £1928 8s. 2d. Cr Healy moved, and.Cr.T. Taylor secondedl-" That Cr. Mason' ie ap pointed to fill the vacancy in the United Echles and Wanrigs Water =Trust, 'caused by the resignation of Mr. Wiggs -Carried. Cr. Brisbane contendled htl this was 'esxtraordinary business, "'councillor. 'should have received 'proper notice that it was to be brought on.,.i . Thie President drew attentiont the Wateir Conservatidorn'' Act, which stated 'that vacancies would to be filled at the lrst Mteeting of the council, subsequent' 3o'vacancy occurring. rl. r ý Crs. 3ridbane andPook left the table. ' leclining to vote-TIhe resolution was gidt, dnd ciaried. Cr. MAson idmoved, and Cr T. Taylor 'iedohded -" That the Secretary write to 'their feptesenitatives in PIarliaminent re -questing 'thdth tostipport the alteration in passeorDgir 'traffic on 'Goulbur...

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

T ' VloroIý. LaD COYPPANY0 1 IflD 44 OOLLINU 0EE332 EAST. Eubseolbed, l58,000.. Paid apde4110 W. Sa ne Fata, f710,000. DIRECEOO : Bon. N.E. Dates E.NP. Willam Bowse. Esq., .. John Noodle, Esq. RobetS logli. Esq., i P. INTERWES ALLOWED on DEPOIITS .. . ·, 1 yearly. oer *. per o. call. f$EEHOLD PROPmRT EU In Nebt erne and Sobsae PUOBCAISD. MAN1SON BITES `and ALLOTMIETS . ,For KALES In all the Leading Iobnobs. JAMEs 0. MESOES, Manager. GEORGE FETHESS8 eooetery. THE FOURTH MNDUSTRIAl BUILDING OFFICEN: 7 COLLINS iTRET WEST, Nrn -lOOII MsLBOLURNOPD Z L DIRECITORS: James H. Turnor, Eq.. J.P., Iwaneton street, Chalomao. - Hnry acl', eq ; J.P. Beolhe etr east, Vi. Councllor John Torer, South Yarra, Vigc hair doeancllor F J. datetno J.P.n Olaaroy. I Jameo Moor, K., J.P. Sodrldge h ood. 0John Bollil, MargOna NDiregoSr, 7 Colln Direto. weos. PstLIOUrOPe: Mesr. Flnk and BetCollln street aosllt. NEW ISSUE OF BI PEIVwANE·4 IHAROB. The dleotom havo dotlrmineld upon Ilmng 0,000 permanenot shares aS%...

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

H_ ;.. rjibd·Thde Addrdi.s.. T H O'M A:S B:A'EL J , * (Late of Moira),· :, C1tITEIIEION ,HOTEL :, r4tn~ bi- 'Jtpi.laof.:VIaite U.TERN rY.' vs obtalighlle'ýgmfortete'bqlredl tq E " " t,.," ,,,";;,,,t· BILOIARDS I I I *BILSr $ Ft BiORISES and B UfG GIES hh\ ay s on II1lE. ExIensive .kad comfortable sT'A' aB' t: 'o nr W CO OMMODA T' IO'. iOGAN' ''COME- CJAJ HOTEL; 'F JIOMAS TTOdA I. tegsfi to ntfinate to:thf .rnarrowlndtng tnhlbal5tas atc put lie geifiiily t iGoSupe'rior 'Accodrnomda r.ion and! Mlderate Cha rge. are he Speciality of this. frset-clasri liote .,t,'1~i"",! i r. J 1\ 1 Liqusoras~ihC Ilcrl'-fh !'~lat=DsI.bý Iw k s NartumU·l· t only, nIuI''tletIK;I DIIjIAIglSIj$ :iJi" vi it bSUPERIdii; &i LING }al d A kLqCO1IIMM ATION , quileRs l,1,A51;Bg aire sways on Ulitre.iiu FJNIN ('SUsh N CT "ý" -'T tA1 iU1A. Iiu , , Jovl.(:,T"" S' IR"S T- ~ L S "ISCOMý Dl~b T Ip ? a i; Iii 'j t i i7tj FO iR, t V. I J (~ Wli'ce,r$Al~es,-anuidr "Sjp.htu, of th1efls ra1r ?t-LUL" 'NOTICE . M$RI1G ...

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The Kyabram Union. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 14 October 1887

FRIfDAY. .OC'OB 1$ 7:I A tesaandipublic meeting.will be heldi inth a i hool, No. ;2002, West tMboroopsa the 25th ilost., in aid of the'3eth iurch circuit fund. The first meeting of the Tatura Tarmere' Protection bocity will be held in the Mechanica' Inslbtitute, to morrow at 8 p.nm. A good attendance in requested as business of impliortance is to'.transacted. To-night the ball, under the auspices of the Tatura -Football. Club, .takes place, when time lovers of the light fantastic will have.ai' opportunity of enidulging in trhe mazy waltz to their hearts content. .The affair promises to be a great success. The riusic will be supplied of Messrs. Greaves and Clharlott of Rusihworth, and Mr. J. Lyons will officiate asn M.C.: Dancing will conm mience at 8.30 p.m. The - Shepperton Turf Club Spring Meeting. takes place on Tuesday next The entries are large and. good day's sport is anticipated. An advertisement in reference to railway arrangements appears in another column. The Shepparton S...

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