ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Kyabram Union Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 14,112 items from Kyabram Union, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
14,112 results
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 21 October 1887

psi91 a B'"'ItUNG A8BOOtiAU1ff;:( 0f103 :IO6:104 GOLLIaIi aiREKE BASS. Pld~ubior~ iodýoorod lal .I, 10,00 ,7h,?Sinaow;laet year, ' ''iY.; ml. ;sodotlooa. La 'ld Ila alhuboldaa 10 parr cant. pr la! .am'cor~llo tlhe tt 1 yabn.' ..r1N?'BR~eUºLrb*LOWZD'bi DEPOSI? Foril mhcbthe.'6I pci eon. per amnc ..or a ~i .i. e bier 0e51 per ·· · ··· ··. UAYINGS BANK BRANUC. DcpoullccaLc tbis niulh will bi paid 6 pcr aesic, per mcccn upon thair dally bclYnce. ' :'' 'puB f 6 ZB .R . . r' 99 7bd'6ý then ilnise bave ncw. baon, lanced,, :ama whon b. .'bcd%.r ftaibnn 96.0U0 lb PR3NBIB cnRfMlJM of 5.. per shore WILL be RAISED to V. e4. hbese shun. es bepmld u1 to flob, orby monthly, ealmulMe 0 10'. per thu. JOnI NiliiO ILP,J . Piealdact JAEUB 1IZAflO .F.ar lea

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A Humorous Deapot. (BOMBAY GAZETTE.) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 21 October 1887

,A Humeornea Despot. (BOMBsA GAZETrL) Some'strange stories have' been told of the way inwhichAbdar Rahman lords it over hie people. There, i hunmour in his way 'of playing the part of Lord Absolute which can hest be appreciated at adierance, as a stor which has just. reaced us will show. .No long ego;we are told, the Ameer wau sitting in dorber diecos?iui public affairs. 'The Home" 'depkrtmeni had gone throuih their work. Orders hsd'!:been issued to relea'e certain persons from' the sorrows of exis tenoe, when shedurber suddenly dashed intto greater thingee, and began to talk 'about the Eollish and the Russians, A man whohad lately been introduced as court, and was not Well ecqulataed with his 8overeign's wese, raemerked: " '.r?od of the Earth Iol people say what they like,.bbt this humble one hb been edanning the political horizon with far. reaching oees and the Rossians are coming." /'heLord of tieEarth smiled a Tweet smile -some of the old courtiers who kntw that smile, alto smil...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MR. GLADSTONE ON THE QUEEN. (THE TIMES.) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 21 October 1887

,iR. GLDfDTONE ON THE QUEE-N. (tmu ras ) Mr. Gladstone on Tuesday, 30th August, gavea -jabilsie tiret ioll ithe parishioners of Hawarden of. the samel age as Her. Mn jesty (eixtypeight) and upwards, in 'the form of a' dinner and tea, in a large tent erected below the terrace in front of the castle. Thlere were some 250 or 280 people present, and .they were served with dinner by members of the Gladstone family, assisated by 'the servants at' the oastle. There were present-Mr. Gladstone,..Mrs. Gladstone, Mr. 'Williani' Henry" Glad atone and the Hen. Mrs.. Gladstone, Mr. Henry. Gladstone, Mr. Herbert Gladstone, M.P., Miss Gladstone, the Rev. Harry and Mrs. Drew, Dra. Evans andBur'log ham, the Revi. H. E. Trotter, H. Kerry, Daveoport, Jones, and J. Hutchins, Mr. Henry Huribnutt, and other ladies and gentlemen . After dinner Mr. Gladatone entered the tent and was acorded a hearty reception. In proposing the principal toast of the day, "The Health of the- Queen," Mr. Gladstone, after an e...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A COMICAL NEGRO SKETCH. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 21 October 1887

A COMICAL NEGRO SKETCH, The last 'time I :was'in'ther"8Sith I so. Journed for several Weeks Nate little country village in- Arkabeas, end one o the few'c. -quaintances I formed while there was"c'cer. talnColoeel C . He was aneateman of the grand old Southern school, and wheorl I say this I sayyall that is necessary to make him honoured wherever hohour has a wor. ' This' colonel and I were 'eitting :on' his piazzae ohe' delightful day"in' Jdne whe~i a young coloured man (if black can'be called' a. colour) came slouching up the ete?? '- . " What's wanted, Ulysses '". LThis frombte colonel. Ult sees hung his weak and woolly head, twisted hishat in his fiegere, shuflled uneasily, and .wa silent. - " Can't you speak ?" "I want-e-er-er-fo' bits." " Want four blts,:eh I Why I paid you off only-last night." l Yasll eash bat--" . .. . I Bt whart 1 " l'ze er pwine ter tit miri'd, an' -- m " Oh, that's it, is t I" laughed the colonel, tossing him the coin and, dismissing him without more ado. ...

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

WHY SHE WEPT. "Oh daughter dear,' the mother, aid, " I'm alad to seeyou tearful . . * Such impudence from cousin Ned Amazing dI and:fearfuL He tried to kiss you in the shade SI m dlm d that you refused him,;. Hai he succeeded I'm afraid :"Youmig h ithve jut amused him. So I am pleased to see each tear, ..And glad to se you rue it '" Y! e, I'm disgusted," sobbed the dear, " Because-he-did n't-do it"

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AN ENGLISH PRINCE'S HOME. (PALL MALL GAZETTE; [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 21 October 1887

.i AN ENGLISH PRINOE's HOME. ' (FnA ManL oAurnT.) I Some little time ao an Americsa lady Sobtahind A 'tdt b'otee the &bontry homb of ithe Prince and;Princeas of Wales. Ho it iwas obtained aud from whom we cannot lay. SOrders' go ti flavfur, so she gives ~is to believe,'and nob half a dosen at jsIe sta y in a twelvemouth. Mrs. Porter is a Joumrnlist 0a well as a lady, and she described very minutely the reelts of her vilit and printed them In an American journal, the " Phila Sdelphia Preee," from which we give the following interesting extracts --. MIS.' POBTIEB KNOCK AT THB FRONT DOOR. SFollowing a well.aravelled path, I pased through a thrifty'ebrbbery. 'Thegraed was I alredo,gren- and thbick, the baehes ready to buist forth in leaf and flower, and the birds trying their new repertoire for the'sumnier. Gardeners and workmen were busy trimming trees, gatheringup, stray leaves and twigs, and filling the slightest shallow in the path made by the spring rain. A sudden .tun, and...

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

AMM; -~~, HEMP-& -MAN L1LA. TWINE OP 0CAL Q.U4 aa LATye CTORY ", 88 GOLD 4D & TROPH'vue $100 FRANCE SVO L GL VP'Vllt LATEST VICTORYOR JULY. 1887. GOLD MnEDAL & TROPHYvvnus j1100,.F~RANCE. Notices. A A DVA l\ e n W'' I.. "4nA-1Nt ,V:C1 n STOCK, STATION PRo I) 1I CE of nIl kinds.. New Zealand Loan and M ercantile .Agency C&oipany (Limited.) C A P l'rAI .1 . . 1" 1 .. ... lO.1a 0,, 10 ]IESEtVFPT PFUND ... £27.00 i1Make TLilCernl Cntv- 'AlIvcree ,on. - S SBtatiln ! . ! rties. I':niing Clipta'of, ?'odi G'rni; L?., FOR SAL, in .iEL1WiTRlNE, Or SHIPNIEN'' to L()NDTHN. Sunction atinl a'of :Wd' Inl4ll raularly I h.trughout tihe enaspm. A ,ictsiohi -E;le~'f ' alovn. Hil"s; Rl-h1rspkiia, I 'llnher, &cR, three times:a week throughut the ear. - Auction Sies' o0, Grain, Flour, &c; held divi?rTerlnesPlny. DAVID ELDER, ?Manager. I. TOUNGHUSBAND,. S;,??,o91 sand;Produice Manager. RMelbonrnoe WVn;l lI Grihin Warehouses - -. Collins-street.West. 1T11 COT...

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

TATURA SHOW: The ~anmnal, showof the above took plsoe,; oq\Wednesday and Thifsilay.1 The `weather on 'the first day. was threatening,,; but the attendance was good. The entries were numerous, far exceeding those'of any previous year. Tile jiudging"on Wednesday was con fined to three classes, farming implemnts &c, machinery, and.-buggies. In the buggy class, W Clydesdale of-Shop parton :wase the, most successful ex hibitor he 'having secured three first prizes, he also got -a special prize for a farmer's light waggon, canoe fronted, Miller and Miller, of Echucas,- scured first prize for a nice looking waggonette. Mr. 'Forsyth,of Taturs, secured first ptise for .a: serviceahe farm' waggon, also for a firm dray with frame complete. :M'Kay Bros., of Sandhurst, whor were exhibiting for Pickles andd Son of the eine pilice, secured first' prize for a good -looking trap.... Mr..Lansley secured a second prize for a' double-seated 'buggy. iMesrs:.B'oth, M'Donald and Co,?eox hibited a'...

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

" Shire of Rodney 1 NDERS will ho; received until T 10 n.m., un Mondny. ?31eti:Oc tober 1887. Addresseild to. tli.Presi 'dent~Shire:, Office: Tattirn, ..for ,tihe fnllowig.works;,"o'i racdt No:' 52 187; seven miles, elearing, chain wide i oi north -and south road,; TNorth Alitr chison. . . .. ....... e No :;,18; two miles clenring near George lishop's, Uidera, Nor '54' chains forming, and ' n' 'tn 'culvort oie?stantd' west S mail betweeh. 1M'Olean and fe?wnrt, Toolnmb,;, '' W?biE: INot 55. chains formnint oi..,eopt • ... , and road; miner George Collie's; SGh'garre E t..- Phins iti:? lsecil? ciitintii' mny :bo eon, And fdill particulars -ohtnined: front time SBcrdtary-nt.ldnis ?ofil'lc tu,,rn.; WILLIAM RONEY, Shire Secretary, Taturs, 15th October, 1887. Busines Notices. :AUSTRALIAN .PASTORAL AGENCY COMPANY. LTTMI[TED. ReleIsBrdcl - 18 . STOCK STATION and LANB 'AGE Rato of Commission i ..:THREE PER CENT. On Fiat S,heep and Cattle hold in AMelbourie ~iMarkets':i 7ernzs. allowed to ,uy...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LIKE AND UNLIKE. CHAPTER XXVIII.—LEAVES FROM LORD ST. AUSTELL'S JOURNAL. JULY 19. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 21 October 1887

LIKE AND UNLIKE. S " BT M. E. Barnooe, . ?i? ut_ r o j rady A i adleyn ue e, Ue. CarraPT. XXVIII.-LIAvRS JPote Loon SSr. AW J nr. ST AIOL,'S JOUR'nAL. -r Had l'tro wi;thDaehieg. who delared "that I had undermined his inofluene wit 'Leo, whom' he adore., sad that I have ' 4pOII4~ his ehanoies wlthout oarlog a rush for the lady myself. There was a time when I ' oed a good many rushes for the lovely Leo, and would have gone a very long way for her . se, but a lovelier than Leo appeared-a fairer tar rose shbove my horizon, and Ad-ieu pansere, vendasges seon faites. I did not tell Beechiq this, buhot rather enjoyed his jealoouly, and 'et him storm and Sfume s he liked. After he had raged like a stook.exohange Othello, he began to talk about money matters, and to 'throw out,' 'as my valet calls it, abnut my obligations to 'him' in regard to the stable He had found mUost of the eash, and I had sewggered and :made money at his expense. This was In SSolerable; so I told him that I was hearti...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE GOLDEN HOPE. A ROMANCE OF THE DEEP. I dreams a dream that was not all a dreams. CHAPTER XX.—(CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 21 October 1887

THE MOLDEN -HOPE.* A ROMANCE OF THE DEEP. I drenit dr?am that C R aetlls dresS. ia B: -W.' C_0 R aaer ? .. S CaurTsa XX. -ConTinU.D.) The woyage to ma Indiin Ocean and back. anyway.' cried Hiram, 'touching at an island there. Ye'll.allow that.' There was a general murmur of assent. 'Very well,'. continued Hiram, speaking with excitement, ' and I should like to know if he was to ind a countrywoman of ours upon that island, or any shipwrecked sailors belonging to the Verulam or any other weasel, I should like to knnw,' he cried in his huskiest voice and with a steru roll of his- eyes over the men, 'if there's O'er a seaman here u would say, 'I'm hot agoin'to rescue that there woman or them there, ma·l..ie l ' "i " Tiidn't sign for ' 'There was a pause, broken only by the flap of a sail as theschooner rolled to leeward and he rippling of the water at the stem. Some bright stars were shining in the dark eastern blee, but westwards it was still a rusty hectic among the lines of cloude wh...

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

Sheppartoi SpringShow WEDNT'- DA YAND T HURSDA'Y, 2(fu eru i 27Tis OctoliER. - RAILWAY Alt..ANGEMENTS. R ETTTRN Tirkrtat will h incnud at e hnli'lav xe.nrsion fares frnm J]lelbonrn,. Nnmnrksh. Echlnes, Benalln, and all intermedilte sntions, to iShep parton~)pio ??i 2ftth-inst.-ard first" train nn,27thjrsn; ýx c, eavi leal for return. till: Fri~l&2. .htth 'ot. nr?. A aoiiilttrain-will-lenve-Numurkahl at 10.15 a.in. on 27th inst., cnlling at all int~r*inl:ate stntions and retnniniig from'. RS?birt n "at- 6 np.m.. nu.samp day:Retain tint ked at, hnljiday ex Snrainn lnr;a, rill I her, aned by tie train. kimilthilr fnr return till Friday,, 28th i; t.,iinclusive. .i J 6' The Great Central ~haow or .the C.?olbuan Walley.! y S,Come and see it.. .. HAithtoLD H. TUUNT.IT THE . CtidMMERTAT, "BANK 'OF AUSTRALIA (Limited.) A BRANCH pf the above Bank a now openr at KYABRKAM.fnr the tranaaation of all BANKING ,BUSI-. NESS. THOMAS.?. AUCHOPE,- - , A B 'F V A I ^o ?O.. Ali AGENCY of thin BAN...

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

Trade Addreuaes - -?- s-. .. /r(Late of Moiksa 1ILTERION HOTE, QTL a t : ,'d (!a:te J. TIERNEY'S), ,I -RS-T A??i SS ACCOMMODATION unrelmtting attentin o; nder"Y. F obltainn hi eoniro.f· -are offered-ot ... Io " d a ;" ?0",, ,. j BfOARTIERS and the TRAVELLING PUBLICº;, e.,SIyIa, S1.::r Irelc or/i?hae :t. eeroalee?. I'" BILLIARDS t BILLIARDS! BILLIARDS. I ! HOR?RI8 iandiBULGGIES atiwyseoit HITK.I .ExtenLiv:eand cornfur!nble ". 8T I1'I'NG .:.AC olMMODATION. HO 0 4' 'COMMEICIAL 'HOTEEL; T NlOMAS lOG N' begs ,to 'inliite to"the, surrounditig:iinblit ints; anli ",I pir, g ie t i l lhit'Suplerilor.. Accodilln ollatiol land Moderate Charnger are. he l pec ataii t b l ' it lahbie elf " hr ,l l L; , ru < . , ;;.?,l. tll Iaoqe.ri f tie Hea -t Hru.ndm. bai l e' .,t ".. nliy: it,~ ?:1' +BILLIARDS! vI BILLIAIIS ! !. ILIIDS !! 8IIPERIto STAkBilING and ACCOMtODfATIOUN'PADDOCIKAP :/ S Hors~e~ Ed Buggie', as well aI Buggy, Paird al s\yaun -pire, .... r . TFINT'S ,]3L JSH INN;, C tASEY -STi...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE AUSTRALIAN BIRTHDAY BOOK. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 21 October 1887

THE'. AUSTRALIAN BIRTHDAY S BOOK... ,. We are indebted to Mr. Hugo Wer theim for an early copy of1a work liear ing;the above title,"'which has been 'specially compliedlfor Mr. VWertlilemi hjb Mr. Garnet Wanlch, ;id:iresent several essentially 'riginal fentures.' The Aus traliail i: Birtdny' i.Book' ;" (Victorian edition) is An.handannmavolume, con tsining upwardsjof-:200 pages, one-half of these hein 'devsited toletter-press and the other._ miety P left:' blai'k for the signatures of relatives and friends. In a lengthy and cllharacteristic preface, Mr. Walchl explains the raison d'etre of his boonk, and points ount'lio completely it differs from any 'work ;ofNits: nature hitherto ?unhlished:,i The reading matter is divided into five sections as follows : No. 1. Antiivii a'ries: of : piominent' events in connection with the Old World. 2. Anniversaries .of prominent;vevents concerning Victoria 8' Birthdays. of celebrities, ancient and mondern . :4. Birthdays of ivell-inoin'dn`reiiinti...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 21 October 1887

Collection of dairy "utensiils. Firsat prize £2; second £'?' 'tthiril;' cert. E. Bult, Echuca , . Field gate,. wpoden, with liangings, complete. First gprize, ·£1; second, cert.-No exhibit: CLass K: MActiiuEzier Judges Messrs S Trethorn and'D. 'Ciuthbert. Reaper and -older. Przie ceriifi 'ate.-T.:Rohinasn , , Reaper anid binder. r First prize '£2; ~secondl, '£1' third cert.-T. Robhinson Striiper .asd iwinnower.- First prize, £2'; second £1 '"tlirda cert;-Hcrnsby Broadcast' seed enwer. .",First prize. :'.1 ; seeid', certi-M'Learv 1ro a.nid Rigg , Seed screoei Aresser' suijeectto trial in :yard. Prize; certificate.--NW3. M. Charl ton. SlhepIhiton' 'u 'i, "t Horseewprka c'inErusher and chafi "cutter.,.. Firistiprice, "£2 ; second £1 third, ceit:;- bhi Furpliy.i".," ' Beat pumping gearfor, irriegation aid' domestic'i'se.: First prize;£I ; second 'cert.-No exhibiit. . ' Best windlmill anid .ipudipiing gear. complete. Prize, certificate.-Bootl, M1'Doiald'and'Co:";? Elevatorfor.rraising ba...

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

T B VIOCT?IAN LAND CO?MPANT LIMItD Oa. opital, A1,0000. ecl bead, 6.8000. , Paidup11 ... 1,CO. t . Funpeed, £7,0005. . DIREOZOUB: How. .. H. Dioes, ip. M.... Wtllam eBowUn Enq,, e - .. SJohn Moodl Req.. . Robot laBs, B.aq. J.P. .. INRIRES! ALLOWED on DEPOSITS,, 61 per cent. per annum for yearn . Payaba ball. a . * call. FREEHOLD. PROP SIT Es In Melbourne and Suberbs S PUIIOBASD. MANSION BITES and ALLOTMER!S For SALE In a11 the Leadinlg obru. ' JAMES . MERSCE, Manager.. OlORBE FTHiBSS, Secrtary. 8Ta FOPUTH l'oDVSTdIAL, BUILDING OFFiCIe:S 7 EOLLINS STET WEST, . • MLttiURNI - DIR?UOT 8 : : umcr aH Turner, Esq.. J.P.. Swamon street. Ohirmtn. lenry Frarcl., Leq, J.P., Bourke atlseita, Vloe. Oealrmna r Councillor Joho Tar?.r, Bouth uarrs, Vlos.balr W allEm Dol'l, Wrq rlprhton. F ranes Clark, E iq . AiphLb rtoe. Coultlloe F J. Briton., J.h., Fittroy. Jmes Moore. EIq., J.P.. sodrldge Bead. John Bluel, Maon?gie Director. 7 Coll? stDreet, went. , SBIOIrORUL: Messrs Fllk end Bet,Ooulllnslstret...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DOGS AND THEIR DOINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 21 October 1887

DOas AND THEIR DOINGS. The following incidents of animal life ave collated by;tbe Rev. F. O. 'Morris, B.A., -Rector of Nunboarholme, Yorkshire, anshor of " AHitory of British Birds," etc., and rei proiduced from the hospital : ' 'I read an acount recently of a lecture Sir "John Lubbock bad been giving'a short timn 'dnce, in. which, s the revieyn of it would ssem, to imply, he appeared t6think its din. rver that dogs can understand wort's i~lokento them. But it is nothing new, as shown by the following anecdotes I take from m "Records of Animal Sagacity,' whlch "a It has been out of print for veral year5 - fl- pssuwith the, 'Anecdotes in Natuhral ?etory," of which I had to sette the like the other sayin the Hospital--will I have little r no doubt, be new to most, if. not toevere one of your readerm. Indeed, they are sh,twn .mo only to understand the meaning of words sokLen to them, bt spoken' of them, or In their hearing. -' The wisest 'dog' I ever had' said Sir W salter;Seott,' wasw...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
V.R.C. DERBY AND CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 21 October 1887

V.R.O.DERf BY AN CU,CI;.yt For the D~by Ahdrcorn is the favourite, hut I like thle i periince of Niagara and Australitn Peer. Algrrian is a hot favoirite foai the lfelhoirni 'C?i? at 5 to ,i, ndý Clih alch ih light Weight ansGst. sl;hoild .vin easily, judging hy past per forinance-s. However, tliere are asme gdd'liorsee still'in, incliiding Tl'ident; Arsenal, Silvermine, Pnshn; Spade iiines, Silver Prince,. Moznart, Oran brodk, Aflneiice, and other good per... formeirs At predentrthe Cup looks . veiy open race,. and it.woull nidtsunrprise ,me to see?arank outsider give thebbool 1 Akiltner.'

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE TERRIBLE DISASTER AT EXETER. NEARLY TWO HUNDRED LIVES LOST. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 21 October 1887

T1JEx E1tMIB LE DIISADTdI.R AT : EXETER NlARLY IWO BUNDRED LIUFE LOST. A disaster of the moat terrible and heart rending' deacriptlon occurred on Monday night, "h Septn her, at Exeter. The drama "Rcmany lye" woa being played in the Theatre Royal in that city a d all went well until the third msene of hLe fourth aot, when the curtain soddenly dropped and an alarm of fire was raised. The "files" bad eaught fire, and In a moment the whole stage was smaie of flames. The people in the theatre were instantly panie-stlcken, and a fight for life commenced. The occupants of stalls, pit, and drew.eirole got away after a deal of crushing and fightinog; many'of them, especially ladles, beng carried out in a fainting ectdilion. Tlhe aters and actresses also escaped; but the scene in the upper part of the house was Indescrir able, as there was only , ne exit from the gal lery, and the flames spread through the building with astoundIng rapidity, filling the place with fre and smcke. The fist alarm...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE REVIVAL OF HANDICRAFT. (SCRIBNER'S MAGAZINE.) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 21 October 1887

THE BEVIVAl OF HANDIO&AT. ,It may notQbi "hgeilly known that we re now in she midk cof, a geat rewvsyl of haiiindint, whie , AS Asumed theokar c?,e; iof.' nwatloaI protest, lag?ist thel shi te'l? to redo dItineatlnL ton..of r to i oommon level. 'This revival ,of I di orafotsina be said to have beagu abpob eighteen years s with a movement' ilti ated in London by William Morrsl Dante - 0. Rosetti, nd J. E. MilUlais, weU.knowm names in the world of; letters and art. A fand of some few hundreds, or, thousandse. of poun d wasu sbcibribed by hoe. - gentlemen and their Iflends, and a shop opened., with the sign, "Morris, Bce?ltt and Co., for the porpose of rehabilltastlng.l andicra't?tad artistico design In various kinde of Household, art. The gentlemen named furnished the designs, and the were executed on Ate premises by skille-work men, comprislog various kinds of metal and cabinet work, which has siace extended to a wide renge of household, art. The am weas- to re-assert the tru...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
x
Loading...
x
x