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R. G. BAZAAR, TATURA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 26 October 1894

R. C. BAZAAR, TATURA. The bazaar in aid of the Sacred Heart Presbytery, Tatura. will be continued to-night in the Mechanics' Hall amid surroundings which will make it more attractive than ever. The attendance on Saturday evening was a record one and business was very brisk. From an early hour the people flocked to the hall, and at half-past eight it was crowded. Newcomers arrived until after ten o'clock, when the shops closed, and at that time the scene was an exceedingly animated (ne, showing clearly that the much talked of depression has not materially affected the Tatura district. Raffles innumerable were being got up and de cided, and at the close uf the evening many visitors found themselves the pos sessors of articles which were generally useful as well as ornamental. Nothing can be nmore consoling this hot weather to a thirsty person than a case of ale or wvine, and several of these were disposed of during the evening. Our popular local constable in charge, Mr Daintyi secured...

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 — 26 October 1894

The "Alpha B " De Laval Hand CREAM SEPARATOR GENERAL AGENTS: J. BARTAM 1 SOY 18 QUEE 4 STHE i", M'EL0JadiiE. 'lThe Separators are the very latest pattern and combine all recenlt innpr.ovetents ill land - (itCMachines, which render tlieni vastly superior to any other mlake. ý" is slpecially ,adapted for hrge dliries milking front, twenty cows upwards. It has the largest capacity of any l1nud Separator in the world, and is just, as eaLsy to work as the smtiller sizes. It? has ia long franue which, being scrowed to the floor, urenders the inmtchile perfectly firm anald solid, anild proofo against shaking. The bowl is filted with ii creali screw, so thait thick or thliil creallml iisiy be had at, will.. The sepalrator lbeing so comllpact, occupies a very trifling space. TIIE ' Al.iiiA ]LABiY,' 180 GIAL.IONi PEIa lIoun, has recently beenl greatly imlproved, anlld is niow in all respects similar lo the 'Allphai .' I.' is lalllpted to dairies mnilkig fromi iit ten o tiweiity - ; Wa cows. A...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WASTED MONEY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 26 October 1894

WASTED MONEY. It is simply wonderful in an en lightened age like the present, how people will waste their money on useless mredi cines. There are thousands of sufferers in this country from liver torpidity, indi gestion, kidney conplhaint, and hiliousniess, who pay half-crowns for so-called "cures," when they could get far better and safer results from half an eontce of Epsmn salts costing one half-penny. Of course we know thischemical will notgive permtnent results-neither will any of the Imany ad vertised nostrums-abt it will give tein porary relief and not injure the systenm, vwhereas the disguised drastic purging mixtures sold by many quacks will cause many serious diseases. Clellmenls 'Tollic does not cure or relieve disease by purging. It is a natural tonic restorative, andIacts by stimulating thle digestive and secretive tapparata to perform their proper functions. It rebuilds wasted nerve, bone and ittuis cular tissue, restores strength to the tle bilitated system, excites a...

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 — 26 October 1894

Bonus Year. N ATIONAL' MUTUAL, LIFE ASSOCI0A TION. Established 1869. Head Of11cc-- Melbourne, corner 'Collins and Queen-streets. The financial year closeson 30th September next. Polices -opened before that date have a special advantage over those completed afterwards-they share in the Bonus to be declared for the period ending 30th September 1895. The Cash Conus already alloted to mem bers amounts to £3:l1128ld 13s Id, represent Ing Ileversionary Bonuise of over £750,000. Proposal Forms and all information from any of the Branch Olffices or Agencies though out the different colonies. ALEX. H. YOUNG, Manager. Agent at Taturn-C. W. Wilson. Merriguin-Frank Pitts SKyahram-Hugh Rlyan. ,. Mooroopnu--J. T. Riley. Shepparton-T. Gelddes. W. GRIFFITH, SON & CO., WOOL, HI)E, SKINS, TALLOW, &c. BROKERS. Auction Sales held Tuesdays, Thurs days and Saturdays. Libdral Advances made. 664 BOURKE STREET THE FA1 MER;S FXCOMANGE, 343 FLINDERs LANE, MEso.OUItNE. -0 W. SHITHERS GADD, MANA...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHEPPARTON SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 26 October 1894

SHEPPARTON SHOW. The morning of the Shecpparton seven teenth annual exhibltion was ushered in with glorious weathlter. An early tsullllner sunl shining delightfully in a cloulless sl seemnted to portend an enjoyable and perfec. day, though the oppressive atttmoupheren would seem, to the peisimist to Ib filled with I1ull forebodings. It wavs just tile kind of day to hmavan exhllliating inflluence on all those who resolved to Ihave an outingll and to indluce he lethargic to jo?lt the tllrong who for that day at least were bent upon ii verting their minds front every-day care. The five thousand pieoplle who tssetitleid on the show grondil isl -Wartllletesdy ellne flroln every point of tlhe compllllas, and in all sorts of convryances. About 10 o'clock the streets sof Sheplllparton presented a busy appealmlnice as huggy after buggy rolled ill from the .ur roundinlltg country, wltle trait after traind uul'.adled its ovcer-hurden at tile statLio. The crowdswending their way towards tint ga...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TALMUD. SYNOPSIS OF PREVIOUS CHAPTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 26 October 1894

TALMUD. SY1 OPSIS OF PREVIOUS CHAPTERS. The narrative opens on Sturt's Stony Desert where that explorer nearly perished. A party of men unddr Strang ways are camped at the place. They are in search of pasture land for a squatter on the western bonltr of New South Wales, and the intention is to ascend the Finke River towards the McDonnell Ranges. A terrible thunder storm bursts upon the party daring the night, a tent is set on fire and one of them killed. After burying their coen panion they proceed and meet with many halrbreatlt escapes from conltinel tal floods. The vast but desolate Lake Erie is reached, and death claims another victim, who is drowned by the upsetting of a raft on which they had been swept down a swollen river into the salt lake. Thel leader and a moan named Stanley are now left, and they continue on the route originallyt intended. They reach the ranges at the head of the Finke, and adventures of a most extraordinary character are :met with. s.hejy?strtackg of the...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 26 October 1894

'I THU OREATE? WONDER OF MODERN TIhESB Paroee ouloferint from weah or dehilitated eootitutiore, ill discover that by the ta of this wonderful medicihe 'here It " Health for all" The blood is the foeetain ut ofe, and its purity caa bh malataiaed by the use of theye StI SAMUEL BAKER, ih his work entitled" The Nile Tributaries in Ahyssnit," says, "I ordered the drgnman ?tahmet to:nform the "Fake1 that I was a Doctor, ata tha.t I nod the best "medicmes at the service of the sick, with advice grati. "In a thort time I had many applicanats, to whom i "seaved out a quantity of Holoway's Pills. These e "most useful to as explorer, as possessing unmistakatble purgative properties they creteat on undeniahle effect upo. the patient, which atisfies him of their Vras," SIMIPLE. SA-?, AI]D CERTAIN) is a cetai remedy for had legs., bad breat. ena uiceralios of lI blade.L It aet mtoaitidally inhellin ireratios lLcuring eat diseases and In ere tig el athdulgat nleflammateaqa lia, J. T. COOPER, in hi...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 26 October 1894

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. YMessrs. DALGETY and CoMrA.v LTn, report :-Wheat--The home' market is steady at the low:prices now current, and during thetweek a fair quantity of prime wheat has ,been taken for shipment. Quotations renmain about 'the same as last weak's quotation, but prices are rather in sellers' favour. "We quote :-Cargoes to U.K. or Channel for orders at 22s 9d to 23s per 480 lbs., and parcels per iron sailer to:Londop at 22s 6d to 22s 9d per 480 lbs. e: i., f. In our own market holders are more disposed to sell. and during the week we have sold about 9,000 bags at up to 2s Id per. bushel ex store. ,We quote. Prime milling, 2s ld; medium do, 2s to 2s Old; inferior and faulty, is 1Od to Is lid. ,?OATS are not quite so firm, and val ues all round are .lower. We sold: Prime stouts, 1s 8id to Is 9d; medium do, is 8d; prime Algerian milling, is 7( to is 71d; do feed, is 5?d to is Gld; Tartarian seed, 2s 3d. I Barley.-There is nothing new to report in this article. Sellers as...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COOMA V. MERRIGUM. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 26 October 1894

COOMA V. M IIRlIOUN. A match between the two above named clubs took place at Coorna last Saturday, and resulted in a drawn game. Cooma went to the wickets first, and managed to compile the respectable score of 9i3. ThelMerrigumimt eam at the call of time had lost 3 wickets for 63. Levens for Cooma, and Cathcart for Merrigmn, batted exceedingly well for runs, their totals being 49I and 38 not out res pectively.

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CRICKET. BYRNESIDE V. MOOROOPNA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 26 October 1894

mI~nr~; ' ICRICKET. DIYBNESIDE V. M)OOROOPNA, !'/The match between these two clubs was played at Mooroopna on Saturday last, and resulted in a well earned victory for the visitors, by a narrow majority of 16 runs. Byrneside was handicapped by the unavoidable absence of Messrs J. Byrne, Burns, Doidge, and Brown, but the substitutes made ample amends by fielding.in faultlessstyle. in fact the whole team. accepted every chance that was given, and it was their superiority in this department of the game that won the match for them. In the absence of the captain IMr Hilder was unanimously appointed to the position, and won the choice of thle wicket on the spin of the coin l He decided on batting, and sent in Davis and Hanley, the former open ing to Sanderson, whose first over was a maiden. 'Both men gave a good display of batting before Hanley was disposed of by a good ball from Sanderson for 5. Davis was caught and bowled by Bruce when he had contributed 17 to the total. Sands, made 8 wh...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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NOT TOO LATE WHILE WARNER'S SAFE CURE IS ABOUT [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 26 October 1894

NOT TOO LATE \??il1.: \VAINEIt'si SAve CURL IS ABiOUr A good ship was rapidly appronehin? the breakers. She had repeatedly signalled for help and fired minute guns, but the life-boat on shore was found to be ntnsea worthy, and before it coild he made good the gallant captain of the doomed ship' ran up the signal signifying to late. r. What a world of agony is compressed in these two little words. Too late for rescue Too late to siave life. Yet there was it tile when it was not too late. Before the vessel got amolng the breakers, bufore the patient was given Ip,, there was hope. There is hope for you, and we want to do you good. You are not feeling well in the Spring. Your appetite is fickle; your eyesight is not so keen as it should bhe; you are dis tressingly nervous;, you urinate more, frequently than formerly ; your bowels are constipated; you cannot sleep well,, etc. You take pills.aiil doctor yourself a little, but you feel no better. You,. consult your physician, who gives you...

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 — 26 October 1894

GENERAL NEWS. -9~---- The Girgarre East creamery is now ptating through nearly 2000 gallons of milk daily. The advertisement of Younghnislbad and Co., Limited, wool and grain brokers, etc., appears ill our collumns. 'The nett sui realised by the Girgarre East Winter.Concerts was £11 Os 3d. This is a vcry satisfactory result. A dumble-sdlted buggy and a gig, both in good order, for sale. Ampply, Shackehl, White and Co., Tatura. The Misses Sublet., of Casoy-street, Tatura, notify that they are prepared to receive boarders on reasonable terms. Miss Grant, of Tatora, was married to Mr Ne;ad on last Tuesday at the residence of tlhe bride, by the Rev. G. B..Filnier.. Mr W. Gutlriie, of- Kyalirarn, whol receiltly underwent a critical operation in the Alfred Hospital is now fast recovering and will shortly return holne. l The crops in the :Tatura district are looking very well, and it is expected an abundant yield will result. The oat crop, of which there is a large area, promises a very la...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 26 October 1894

,AILTON & CO'S *4 FINE SEEDS. * IESTABLISIIED 20 YEARS. Forwanrded free by post. ,' .t.iortcd Flower Seeds includedl Gratis ill Postal Orders over 6s. peroz. o0 ei ttuce.per. n.. 0 9 ~ ) ?G i J , O 0 0 O Ptl'n ip ,, U i er 2 0 Rhubarb ,, 1 0 0 :1 Radish , 0 4 V 0 I9lurnip ,, 0 I :inmler, Melon, Tomato and Pullkin, ($l. per packet. 'CES-AFRICAN BOX TiORN. I Icl?dg everl intricll ceil, Is. per I,. F FLOWER SEEDS, B* 12 I ickets for Is. a~D POTArOE3! E.ED POTATOES ? :l0'i' VA ! ,l i 'IE', tr ? ,,,, Early 'VerilOlut, et.. etCL. wr Early Amber Sugar Cane and ill Forage Plant Seeds AT LOWEST RATES. NEW LUCERNE SEED., iungarian Lucerne ! Special quotations for large quantities. tape Seed ! Rape Seed! ESSEX RAPE SEED. Implort?l by us lirect from the grower. Price, per cwt. or ton, on application. SUGAR BEET SEED, Imported direct frdon France and Germany. GRASSES,. AND CLOVERS. Prime Grass Seeds. 1', Tares, Rye, Field Peas, Cape Bar ley, Buckwheat, Ninety-day Maize, &c. NLTEW...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 26 October 1894

Of tho Watcrtlury Watch. The Timokccpecr of the ?=ay, Blegant, Inoxpcensiv, and D:0r.-:lto. Thousands of peopl il A stin Int. Ic v!,':. raise upon the iic!r wh d w': : r. .: i ,., for their u rivalled t ,. ,...i ; : ,tt ..cam. ý+ý+! :::..r often wished that tile ,++..s otrru t ll c . .+i Ooldon A s anw .tin.t. t ,tiw elegOant, on l artitio geold c c, thu ..ti rt..:r) Watch?es aor Percctlon. .r ii ,, ,.u. ticmekeepers In t':o \so rh, :h : It .", l'o : .",i itoly Ooautcful s ter'ty :ae .:?.l. . n. ally Accurat. Tile Acc ,ero. .- arne t't.tr.tlhd filoten yeuan. The Vlew Watcreoue-. wind In a few SCC^-et-3. They areo usndo in u,: llvor and CIlet attomptAo t- r-.."-.-ond Worth. ouls Aml;Il0;00 . /rlces from 1S. ';S , S I,. Omce and ý e-to' D^";n:" WILLIA?A ST-I t CONQUERS PAIN. Theo laroellous International Remedy. Safo. Sure, and ParmIoea. It aots 1:0o Magic. et. Jarbs Of! is the acknowflelgd ptln-bmnisher and lal:c!iresterer ot tie radclrs. Ites power to quclhl tciievo ctllll cnllllll ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DAYS OF DANGER. [COPYRIGHT.] NARRATIVES OF THE BUSHRANGING TIMES IN VAN DIEMAN'S LAND. PERIOD, 1842. THE PORT ARTHUR BAND. (IN SIX PARTS ) PART I. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 26 October 1894

DAYS OF DANGER. LwetnroinT.J NARRATIVES OF TnE BUSHIIRANGING TIMES VAN DIEMAN'S LAND. B1 CdIPTdIX L~dCIE. PERIOD, 1842. THE PORT ARTHUR BAND. (rN SIX, PAR TS.) PART I; "No. 3 Timber Gang has broken away, sir t" "That be hanged I What do you mean ?" "No. 6384 and five others have got into the hush, after killing Sub-overseer Riley. It was a most murderous at tack, sir, as ever I see," the excited messenger went on in breathless haste. They made a rush on Round Hill and before we could do anything they were in the scrub." The person addressed was no other than the civil commandant of Port Arthur prison on Tasman's Peninsula -a wild and inhospitable spot for ever rendered infamous by the atrocities and barbarous treatment meted out to the convicts in the name of law. It was shortly after nine o'clock on the morning of the 22nd March, 1S42, Messenger Edwards made the foregoing startling announcement to his chief, and action was not long deferred. "Start the telegraph I The hounds must b...

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. MEDICINAL PLANTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 26 October 1894

THE NEW ERA. UNi)EVELOPED SOURCES OF WEALTH. I*:cTuar: Un')rVE nr:D nYv ,JOSRiEP HAunts, Ex-M.L.A. MEI)ICINAI. PIANTS. The cultivation of these may be ire garded as a very ininor industry; still, as weq:i j or t.,agro0 number either'in a tholie wmhich read y groa here . may mention camomile, sairsaparilla, phyto lacca, rhubarb, tansey, broom, and numerous others. Liquorice does as well with ius as anywhere. In a spot in my old garden at South Yarra it.was rampllant, a perfect weed, antd it seemed ahinost impossible to keep it within bounds. It delights in a deep sandy loam. The roots are lit to use in about three yc:ars after planting, and are easily imanInfactured into the liquorice of com merce; VWe impllort annually 5i0,000 to 60,000 lbs. weight, of ait value of up wards of £2,000. There is an import duty of 2d. per lb. To any one thinking of embairking in the culture of medicinal plants. or, ill fact, the culture of any plant not in common cu ttlivtilot, I would urge him to proc...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 26 October 1894

C. GROVER, BUILDER AND- CONTRACTOR, CARPENTER; JOINER; AND CA BINE TM AKE IR. Timber for general requirements, jOilis, paints, and paperhangings, Lime and 'cement, Ironmongery and Building tnaterial, SFunerals Furnished JOHN GIBB. BAKER, PASTRY COO K I AND CONFECT ONER, Hogan-street, Tatura. BEST BREAD AND SMALL GOODS. Weddings, Balls, Picnics, Tea-meet ings, Banquets, etc., CATERED for on the SHORTEST NOTICE, in first-class style, and at moderate charges. A TRIAL RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. PUBLIC NOTICE; MASON' & WILSON Butchers, TATURA (Established 1871.) WOOL, ;;HIDES,: SKINS, AND TALLOW BOUGHT. NoTc.--Customers will please re member the Wednesday Half-Holiday, aitd Come before one o'clock on Wednesday. T ATURA WEST END WHOLE SALE AND RETAIL BUTCHERING ESTABLISHMENT. Small Goods a Specialty. PRICES MOST REASONABLE. HIDES, SKINS, AND TALLow PUn CHASED Fon CASHl. THOMAS HOGAN, PROPRIETOR. THE MOST FAMOUS ESTABLISHMENT FOR EVERV DESfORIPTION OF MEN'S . CLOTHING IN THE GOULBURN ...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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THE NOVELIST. [COPYRIGHT.] TALMUD; A Strange Narrative of Central Australia. FOUNDED ON NATURAL FACTS, CHAPTER XIII.—CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 26 October 1894

THE NO VELIST. [CoPraranoS.] TALMUD; A Strange Narrative of Cen tral Australia. FOUNDED ON NATURAL FACTS, IVAN DEXTER. -4-~- CHAPTER XIIL-(CONTINUED.) U'I quite agree with that. A proper search should be made, and if you like I will go back to the station with the news and bring help as quickly as pos sible,'.said Scholes. S"This course .was adopted, and "?ortly ltefore three o'clock the same t oon. a party of ten men well pro w ided ?itli; ropes anid lanterns reached us. Four of them along' with myself were lowered down and we began a most systematic search. With a num ber of spare lights we illuminated the cavern fairly well, and leaving one man to watch the lamps we spread ourselves about and made a minute search. To the south we found that the cavern ex tended, for a great distance-how far we could not judge, for a quarter of a mile from the chasm we encountered a second abyss which' barred our pro gress. This place seemed to be a tremendous depth, and far down we could hear a s...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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BYRNESIDE V. COOMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 26 October 1894

IIYIINEIDE V. COOMA. This contest will take place next Saturday on the first named team,s ground, when a good ganie is expected. Byrnesido will be chosen from the follow ing, who are requested to be on the ground punctually at 2.80.-Messrs J. Byrne, Burns, Butler, Davis, Doidge, Hanley, Hilder, Price, Sands, Stokes (2), T. Byrne, Young (2), and Ford. A meeting of the Taturn Half-Holi day Cricket Club was held last Tuesday Mr C. Price was unanimously elected secretary rice jMr Maxwell, and memc bers will have an opportunity of having a few matches arranged. Mem bers are earnestly solicited to hand in their subscription to the secretary as soon as possible.

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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THE KYABRAM UNION, PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1894. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 26 October 1894

THE KYATERAM UNION, PUBLISIHED EVIERY rtIDaY MO nNING. ---o-- -e ?'I1[DAY, OCTOBER 26, 18194. Tus? comimittce of the Tatura and G. V. Agricultural and Pastoral Society have reached a period in their lhistory when it is necessary to make a bold departure so as to pe mnanently secure to their society the premier position outside Mclbourne. The world is ever moving, and it is necessary that the agricultural committee should move if they wish to keep in the van of progress. The way is now chlear for a forward step to be taken which must prove highly beneficial to the society and tIhe district. It cannot be denied that'i although the Spring exhi bition is dignified with time n:me of a two days show it is practically a one day exhibition. An immense amount of energy and intelligence is expended on gathering the exhibitors and the people for a few hours. Live stock, poultry, and indeed almost everything shown are taken into the show yards on Thursday morning and marched away again in the a...

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