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THE TRAGEDY OF A CORONET FOURTH YORKS, IN 'ENGLISH MAGAZINE'.) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 14 October 1887

BM, IBRAGEDY OF A OOBOKnE1 z '. frn roma Toai. I * nmousH MAoAIa'.) , T;'" tidalt train wa on the point of startin 1'"' Chaing Crov. Peope* wre hutrmirg . 5, uualro, loeeliag each other rudely, io0 the aTrltn was crowoed. Potters were driving 'tmnckai pled with luIgage recklesly along the Splantirm,, regardles ot life or limb. . In a otherwie empt compartment ofa rAt-oul catrria, CeUaptaln Charles Fits rtrldsettled himself and his belonginge wnh a view to luxurious comfort, and w*e eonetgr atuling himself that he wculd 'emami a undliturbed al far s Dver ; for thu s ?wrt waa looked, and the train, ae I have said. was Juot about to start. He was n tne !*m of unfolding the yes damp sheets of the * dopM.tator' when the hey was hastily applied 'to. the doer and a young man spreau in, eppltemeuaed by a seas.ysltrapped rag and a-?rvelrnmg-ag. The whistle sounded, the 'deir wae banged and they wereoff. r 'A near thing r oberved the new-comer, ater out of breath. 'And all owing to an aiM of ...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE CREATURES WE BREATHE. (DR. PEROY FRANKLAND, "NINETEENTH CENTURY.") [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 14 October 1887

THE OREATURIKS WE BRIATHEL (Da. PIasT 1RANLAND, " NINKT5I(T The beautifal experiments which Professor Tyndall carried ou-.in.-this country on thu pretence of micro-or nims, in airare awell known to all, and it isto him we owe the Important discovery of the rapid sobsidetnce of those microbesin calm air. The striking contrast to the number of micro-organlems found in the various placen on land is the number found insbe air at sea. I have not mryself had an opportunity of makirng any experiments at sea, hutsome hare recently been made by Dr. Fiecher, a surgeon in the German navy. From his experiments it would appear that the m which under ordinary circumstances, micro' organimemaca he; transported across the sea lies between 70 and 120 sea miles, and that beyond this distance thery are almost in variably absent. A point of particular in. terest in connection with Dr. Fischer's experiments is that they ahow in a very striking manner that the microbes, which are alwaysr abundantli prese...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WIT AND HUMOUR. THE MILLER'S MAID. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 21 October 1887

..WIT AND " HUMOUR. Gave hr eyes of seb'ritrrblue That hew sl kepty pemiag through On his handsome cbesnalbrown Sat the'heit of balf she town, ReiBinn in his bone enchanted with the vision on the hill; Fresh from oollege balls was he; Fell in love-Well let me see But the story'. told mach .weeter by the Maiden of the Mill " Bat he knew, not what to ear, So he asked of me the way To the mill ; It wase just to make me epehk. For it etood there by the creek 'Neath the hill. It is dificult to frown On such loving eyrs and brown. I raised my eyes and pointed juft a momient " down the bill.. All h'e did w istand and lstre At my whiMte aims plump end ba?e, Till I had to doubt this handoine fellow's bauideies a the mill. " Since you have no grist to grind, Why so anxiousne, ir, to find Father's mill? But the mill you'll never see While you stand and guae at me Tbionkyen will * Then Ithought I heard him iar. As he threw a aies this way : '1 thinkI see the bhildini at the bottomof the hill r ...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Rough on France. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 21 October 1887

Rough on 'rance. The entente cordilal reported'to'be existing: between Ruia anad France, which cnntinuen to he so effuively pronlaimed and alluded to in a certain section of the Russian Prepe; bha met. with ecme strong observations .from Prince Mestohersky. editor of the" Glbrh danian" ("0 tizan ") a i-weekly journal, pub lished in St Petersburg, and 'cirdulating principal y'smons the upper lassds. In a headingr article on the subj at, the following powerfntl 'd insolnent p.assages occur : - ' Away with a nation that does ano believe in the Almigbty, a nation incapable of!defending itself. and which surrenders itself to an enemy bt hundreds of thonuends A nation whose patriotlem only exsite 'in 'pheaseI dnnont be the ally of the Russian nation.?' Further on the Prince declares that "the Frenahcmon of the 'present day are a' deprave' ' bno, dr.tined by fate fo exhibit the ahectsole of drtenerated p,atriote. The present reenchmen is a mposed of nothing but words e - nything is winrde;...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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Correspondence. THE KYABRAM STREETS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 21 October 1887

'.THE KYABRAt. STREETS.? Sir,-I wieli through the medim of yAourvnuabe journal, o tdiatw ittldobat tention of our rep?ieintatives in the Shire ietr;ets.,m ?yebran. 'The chienn'els, .'is betting iie'tlii4 Wter,"ifallowvel to nreain will l'ierie stagntianta"and thie form a bed .fr breeding- diseiene.. 'It' fi to he hopeuffnr the benefit of the people of Kyabram that steps will be taken to remedy this throatening evil. I would also suggest the formation, of a proper track to the railway station, as at pre send the track is dangerous to pedes trians, owing to the innummrable stumps .lald holea. Troating that proper'and iiniediate attention will be paid to these matters,I? remain, &c., - KYABRAMITE,

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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An Extraordinary Exhibition. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 21 October 1887

As EZxtraordlary Ezhibltion. Certain humanitarians received a cruel shock in Iondon recently. Passing, by the Civil Service storesin Queen Viotoria street,.a point where there ismouh conoouree ,.f fashionable and. semi. fashionable people, they notioed -a.man, middle-aged, and well. dressed, walking along with a child in his arms. The. spectacle 'was curious enough at the particular spot to 'draw attention to the pair, and presently attention was fixed by the shocking behaviour of the man. Just opposite the stores where the . throng of carriagee and uastomers is, greatest he set thesohild-a neatly-attired, very handsome little girl, with rosy cheeks and flaxen hair--rudely on its feet, and forthwith commenced abutiog she poor oreaturein violent teams, shaking it ferociously the while. The poor infant shrieked and uttered in a piteous voloce the call of distressed childhood for its mother. Beveral ladies exclaimed Indignantly at the brutal behaviour of the fellow, but worse was to ha...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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VICTORIAN OSTRICH FEATHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 21 October 1887

VIOTORIAN OS1RICH FEATHERS. The osetrifeh ls soinseparably conneted with Afrioa that it seems strange to hear of Viotorian.srown ostrich feathers. I have' however, Pat seen a number of beautiful ostrich' feathers which were plucked from oetriches reared in Victoria, and dressed and dyed in Melbourne. In the north.western distriot of Viotorla, near the Loddon River, Meemrs, Offoer and Blackwood have an ostrloh farm. On this farm have been reared for the last few years a large number of ostriches. These birds were first brought into the country by the Acolimatisation Society, and the climate of various parts of Victoria was tried for them without uooess. Tihey were at last sent to Messrs. Officer and Blackwood's farm, where they grew and flourished. Mesers. Dalgety and Co. have a large col. leorion of dressed and prepared feathers from these birds at their sale rooms in Bourke street west. They look quite us well as the ostrich feathers imported from London. A large box of feather aig...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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THE LADIES' COLUMN CUP GOWNS AND BONNETS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 21 October 1887

TiEi LIDIES- COLU3IT 'Bi iva. cuP dowisTiFii BOMs TS. "Wi*at hal I wear at the re'n ?' the queeto-tbarit titat -tblhe femliin mind jut aI pnreet. Should the elerk o the weather be propitious, there is ed ddob that the Flemlngton lawn will be gayer thai ever -thil year, and, . if possible m dre crowded. White embrolderd robe with soft milkenu sahr, are to i: ewn, as well asu delightful variety o hobecked ginghams. These prettyftock have, nearly all, skirta of plain mateils and'cheoked polonasiesthoogh some hhv4 reversed this order,- and have oheckei skirts and plain polonaises, with vent and panels of the cheoked elpf.. I handsome town hia a skirt of beautiful fioelle laoe and an apron-drapery in fIon: of terraoaltaplush, caught at the side with steel ornaments.--he -back drapery being also of plush The plush bodice had blouse vest of the lace. A gown of a lght woollen material, of a pretty shade of vielal rose, showed rore-bars of white npon ir. The drapey was caught up at one side ...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 21 October 1887

MURR&TS FLUID MAGIrIA Is paticulaey benefslal ua a pleaslin sedative and apeentl In la Iases at teettatlohn and acidity of the stom*oh. pa. tienulrly dorlog pregnancy, febrile complai.l, In1 lentils dlsorders, or sea llcknaet It epeedlly removes heartburn, sold esoctalton., or tIrreula digestion. It never attll to compose the elomtet In a few millole after sany exem. Al'a lotion forl he mouth It sweeteas the breath, sad the Magnesia clears the teeth lorm tatar. MURIaY'S FLUID MAGONEIA almot llvadably enoceede in removlog the eptrms. beadsobhr, and giattlo esoght to which dellieal pesroea are subtet Irao soldily of the IstomahL OAlUTIOi.-Plisel tcbherve te tgelattlre of the nlovntor on every labeL iBold by all chemist. ROOD. TOMPdIo and Co. Melbounen, Sole Whole ale Agllsn for V ct~ela-(tov) * BHaving on save at ooeolaa1 eed yeor (olrdl Palm of Liquorlte., otider It my duty Is givse o) testimony to ie woedertfl' emcecy for oouahe and moldm. With the Balm olqurlorl. he house n...

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Why Junks Have Eyes. (ALL THE YEAR ROUND). [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 21 October 1887

WIh Junk. Hsave 3m. (ALL THU TUAB ROUND). Chinese Junks and hoat, have elre carved or painted on the hbows which are neuatly lupposed to be a more fanciful form of orna. mentation. But they have a real meaning, as Mr. Fortune found. In. 0olsg,.up. one of the rivers from ingpo, he' was tartled one day by seeing a boatman seize his broad hat and ep it overone of the "eyeg "'of the boat, hitle other boats n, the @tunm wpre elmi. ljrlp blinded: Looking abonlifor an expla. iloahe saw a dead body floating pass, and te wma told by the boatman that if the boat had been allowed to see" it, some disaster would surely have happened, either to pme e ger or anew, before the voyage ended.

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A Funny Betting Transaction. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 21 October 1887

A PFany Bettie] Trwaraaetin. The Earl of Rosebery war on a journey to a race meetig at Ayr, and for his companion inthe raillay carriage. bad n,remarkably puhbing spedimen of the commercial traveller, who attempted to- force a speaking ac qualntance. Seeing his lordship perusing the" Racing Calenudar,' the "bioke earth' with the remark : " Raciqg isa areas institno tion. Seppose you are going to Ayr meeting '1 * ?am goine ars, fre as Ayr,? rtppied his lordrhip. "Pity ytoung iwells eet fleeced by hlackl.gs. Some *noblemen, I hear, drop fortunese on the turf." "Indeed T' "Do a bit myself sometlmeie'- tenner or a pooy' about my cut. Know anethiog good for to. day worth "my while' touching!" "-" I am not a tipeter." Beg :pardon ; saw yon reading the ' Racing Calenda?' thought you might know" " 'Well.".replied bie'lordship with a quiet smile, "if I give you the straight lp will at be of service to you ' " Depend. It I fancy it."' "Pat your tenner or.pony on Lord Rosebery's Chevionel for ...

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The Kyabram Union. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 21 October 1887

"PUmoiteiiinD VEiaRY"FRIDAT.'"' iCG F 1?IDAY, OCT.OBPR 21.' 1887. Mr. Alex.. Hallr'doeniist, announces in another co,lumn ,that the will be in Tittiira oni Tuleesdny-, November ' 1,and may: he consulted at Bazeleysa hotel fr9m 9 a.m. to 4p.m., we desire to draw attention to an dv~trisenient in another coluni hniitify ing that- epolrt under the -auspices of th.!t Shepparuon ;, Cricket. ~club, will be heldl on the show- groutnds, Slieppar 'isii i Nh hiinber, 9th; whlen prizes to theSalhoeof L50 will be given., .. s The Tatura crickolt:ai'd;lbotball club eld itlieir.fi et ball ."ni Friday eueuinin, at t Tihei atteniance Wans emai1l hut those prsenit aplI ared to horonkbhly -enjoy:thiemsielvees, a'di daning waskept .uputill a late holur~- . ??. fBainier.dine ,4thek49ttnri g'id an was e ccessful.' Thie v-iIliC| Wee1 gooi ailndduring the eveniiing . ~ueir i aiinga :-ere fivenp ' liich ;i4ero .ihjgly)7 +1 f i ll.o kilght's happy Hours, Minstrel and lBurlesque comlmny appeiared lin thld t:i...

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Neptune's Dolphins. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 21 October 1887

Weptunes Doi)palhr. Ther. may be more pictur qua valleys in Pennsylvajia than that of the Perkiomen Crcak but it is doubtful; but granting that there are, there is not a creek or a rveri in this State that breeds, eraes, and fosters catfish that can compare in size or strength -physical strength-.wilh the catfish that the. historic Perkiomen yields to her expert and patient anglers. lnphysique the Perkiomen catfish may justly be called the John L. Sullivans of their kind, but they are mild, tractable, docile, and willing. If subh were not their style and charsater, this little story could never have been told. Isaac Eckenrode, of Perklomen, is not'a large man, but he is big enough to be a gobd fisherman. Last spring he followed the sure but unexciting Perkiomen style of anglihn and stretched an' out.line in the creek. It does not matter what else he caught, but among his catch were two representative Perhiomen catfish. They were welt.matctbd and weighed 81b. apiece. The Perkiomen ca...

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SHEPPARTON RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 21 October 1887

SHIPPARTON MACES -4------ e spring meeting of tho nbnve club took: place on Tuesday Inst.; :he'at= tendnce was not as good as the ?'xl? lent 'fields dieseivedr'l?TiBdil'yvery goo.e racinig took"plaon hubtihij no everv close Hinishes resulted., Mi/hr, l aln~u s WaVtst, of 5Melboirner / ffii t.lad'%at. itaiter, abntd Mr HI H. Turnley was, a. usual, most energetic. The folk1,vin4ita'r thd'e r-' sults of the several events : Topthorn: ,-( , .)... -+-a: ,. ;. ,,o nO )'. lMystery, late?llrkaway ... (Gardiner) 2 FirstTry ...' , .: ,;+ r: .. ý7 (M? ?itdl)l'i 3 Tbpthborn on ?byv a length froutlystery. with First TIry n'bnd thir. tii ,rr,, ' s M AfIDE' PLATE Nancy.?... U t e "I Shamrock. .. . )'itylr) 2 Littld Nnnco . .(lemite) 3 Little' iace cut out the ruiniiing, c'~sely followed by Nancy, who cominin the turn shot ahead anid won by a' leutith-'ilid?tli ' -, ff sR?lPAlTO' ? r,,DCC " Bonnie Chester - .. Walkar.)-., Childe Haro'ld... . (It utage) 3 Mercay,wnas the first to get away, andt anse...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 21 October 1887

Water Veteri.. M :rs: John Danko and Son wers mawrdu d flSt prise at the Adelaide Ezhibitol, thebes-at place for garden boe,.'bohoe.rel, eyrgtef, u·.llera , bathe and uleotio belll.. 42 only Bouke slrtet weet. Bee name on row of I'a Rlobea In front.-(ADVi.) 0 N ? U HK P . I 0 N And all DISiASES of the COES SnoontnIuln treated PROPNSBOK RADrORD,i 163 G?olin strlt wet, ner Ipeone .re. Years of Bright, Iappy, and Yigorous Liffe! Rave been given be Thousands !! who believed their health hopelessly gone lil It you are aufering from Indteotioe, IlNmosne and Kidney disordere If YnOU have athoatio Symptoea# Difoulty o8 Breathing, and tiwr Palpitatoo ll If you are broken down tvIh GOa.at. eqsmal , Amb- go ' It you are Sortaled with volent eadanhe, Keep. emeeanne. and Nervooer.tiltehytl . ii II ' If ou are weak ant languid· aond _ oai to cope with your dilly Ontlle 11111 ' " If you are gloorpy 'm mo?e, ?nd fedltlhat a el tO world to egninet yu . , our r trouble ato be trened; In the AMtita~oe...

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THE YOUNG FOLKS. ONE DAY OF MY LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 21 October 1887

THE, '.OUUXG( FOLKS' ,bowot.tatft and:egraflatioaSoUrem l 'geie and 'lamg with' sehe' gay ''yetrmy ,k'hre fenull of biter soow ad temoese and ..Alihoulh to supereal onberver: my' lot ts'seimed a bnl bt adfoandrtunate on,,, there is one day of mlife, o f which thls-veryday ?,bhe annivorsary, which byi ems a darke shadow over all my fatdrel ' and uy soul from out that shadow shll beolifted, ever It was my fourtclnth birthday, a brighoand lovely day in oarly autsmn, and i honouor of the occalon my two favourite friends, Julire -and ulily, were invaitd to spend the whole -" wlth me, withbolin. h, d eas my tea in Sbhow haippy w we re l rWe had teo the garden-a uamptuoua repaut to which we did ample justice.' Theo we rambler about the sepacious.enclcoure. pickint fruit and towers to our hearta' content. " I remember Julia aihd:Emily:mde.a lovely wreath and crowned me with it; declueing I wit to be their queen. 'Don't be picking all my fruit and Ibseers, s laie,' said old John the gardener...

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'Mamma.' [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 21 October 1887

'Il'. "mamma r her and "mamma I" there, 111t l am like to drop; It' mamma' mamma I' al ithe time, Oh, will It never atop?' r" .! It's o"mamm! mamma! mamma ' till IemlId waeot out a ' st 1 Alitpo' tlred m !er I' Thes I he? Yom olsttme make coop'slat. But when the quitt eight deoends, Ad every vots to stil n ear Oh, done no Isuc hut: bhunteg bae h our.Ue bot m 1 wo . tt, dotao sdden hear-theob mnhoe You eoet tI a childreno' bode, Ano cl Hseaven'h bhealnaoe down upon ! hair precidou, curly honds? Their litte hads mtaemlechlel, od ' .i The',r ltt'e Ite. maa nmota; ' Bu oh, .bt t noued you do without Whose naughty gloe and bole? Ah, tbthnk of lnely mnthbean who all day In sllece ask; Aomra those beerthet'.et nothting now But ghoesy alaadoa flit Ab, thilk oe throe who never hoar Whe sweet chitd-vones aell; Whole empty arm reaon out to find BIo little onw at as1tGlloIm .. . . . h,.

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Awakening of China. (PALL MALL GAZETTE.) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 21 October 1887

Awakenitag of China. (PALL HALL GAZEta) The news of 'the Amerloan ,Chinese syndicate is now' filly `onfirmed, though, 'as we foreaiAted, the. original statement of the "capital 'invested ' wa enormously exaggerated, 'nd turns out to be seventeen millions sterling '"istead of two hundred millions. Thli reduction, however, does not makethe ne'w',mny the'less signiflosnt or Important. The oolossal area to be opened hp by ioeasneof railway, canals, and tele graphb, the ubk own but probably equally great wealth to be thus tapped, the inex hautible and'firesistible population thus set at Ilberty in the world, all combine to stagger one'e imaginai6n - in endeacouring'to con oeive the ultimate results. 'What will be the ints.ational position of China when this enormnonu commerolal enterprise hashad'its natural 'effeot ? 'A great increase of her wealth ; a new esirit infused . Into her population'; a consoiousness, at last, of the power of her patient, dogged millions ; a true estimate both....

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A Royal Author. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 21 October 1887

A Roral Athaor. A well.known Paris Coiirrietdte'hee. the following on novel, whli no Iessa perone?ge thin the Queen Is alleged to hbas in her deck redy for tsane, by some favoured publieber whose name"' bowevrr., hb yet 'tn be re. valeed :-"fr Mejeaty Vli cria, Queen of the' ot.verj-Uninrd Kingdom of Gr at Britain and Ireland, 1i like the Preat. dential fanfare-estry jear abe makes rome (literary) progres.. 1.Lm the other ride of the Channel we have tremendous' puffs to the fftect that this oroeneo blue etockitg is about in punblish a novel, written Ibtirty Jesrs on. which Ith Queen. with her own hand, has bean cuestortly correcalon and alteriop.. Now that the stuty is seedy for pybloeatin., it is , ielg to swlear. Get attraction I (ale) The Empreso of Iuo? thus gives a beautiful and noble xsimple to the litildrasture of every anontry. Yonou (I) anthLro who hav kept their mlonscrlipt in their drawere for thirty years, unable to find publishers, will see that 'they oua, e evrr to be ...

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HEADACHE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 21 October 1887

.d.iale ia a eeedlon tro?blesome, sea SI ,vy .peelvala, afection, .and in most rses le a neoet sharate, oe rnul to from. e mear ee·s'esa.: In meany see the pain will be lathe forehead over and between the; ye? while in other base it will'bi adull, heavy; and opptemed feeling rather than a pain." Often the"pai willbe in one or both temple" attended at times with a throbbing which 'the lltsitest' motion aggravalre or increises. ''he top of the head is frequently the'ceat of the trouble, and the paie and disagreoeble sensationere very annoying. SWithout doubt the most srious headache, sad one if .allowedto progrees and become more and more frequent In its attacks, will result in some alarming nervous affection like cerebro epinali menigitis. paralysis, or epilepsyl ' i that of the back part of thehead or upper portion of the spiune. 'In stch caet the pain is generally of the character of aidull ache, with more or lese ssiffuMelin'the neck, or a feeling as if the bead were pa·tly':dijoi...

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