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Rodney Irrigation and Water Supply Trust. GRADUATED RATE—REGULATION NO. II. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 26 October 1894

Rodney Irrigation and Water Supply Trust. GRADUATED RATlE- RE GUI,LATION NO. II. R EGCULATION, as approved by tihe Go vernor il Counfil, for the mlaking of a gtalutlced rate tinder Part I[1 of the '" Water Act, 1580" on all rateable property in the Irrigation and "Water Supply District: 1. A rate is hereby umade for the Irriation and Water SunLIply Distriit of thie RItlaey Irrigation and WVliter Supply Trust It No. 1 Division of one Shilling in the poutllt at rtling, In No. 2 Division of Sixpence in tile pounll sterling, In No. 3 Division of Sipctice it the ipoundt sterling, respectively, otn the annuall vitlue of all rate able property within thie sai divisaons of tihe said district of thle said Trust according to tile valuation for thle time being of all latds attu tenements for the inuicilil rate of the municiplnl district inl whlichl such lands and tenlemcts are eituatel. 2. Such rate is mide for tile year 18114, commencing on thie ]t day of Janut.ry, 181f1, atild endillg Ott th...

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

ANEW & MARVELLOUS REMEDY. SOLOMON : SOLUTION (AS oisT)IRENT) FOR MAN on QUMA)RIIUP)ED,. Now being b:roughlt promlinentlly befoire the public owing to its wonderful corn tive prpcerties, needs Ioilty oii, trial to convince the most. sceptical. ,I1i.: 1 ,iFOR. ACHES PAINS, SORES & SPRAIMS. Lret - -- cN y ures the man of RheumaticsHorse ores spr'ins, Cow of ulcerated ers Do o mange: Whaoleualep5? .COX rs422 BourriSt. : : TESTIMONIALS. Maiden Hills, Evtnsfont, J.Ily Ist, 18'2 flear bir,-f1hiave used your .olm,ron RS.ln tioln, nLd have givenl it a grd test, atrl ttill satisiedl it is a really grItI remedy for breisitsi and spralils, either I(i ilmn orn horse. A. JHIiinlmrTON, a',rner 17 ChLetwynd-st., N. Melb., June 12, 1891 Dear sir,-[ hatve very great plla.itue in in forming you that I havie crorli all my htores of gre?csyv heels,, sore backs. sore lshohltl'ers, ssoes?rit.nd cutsi, inutd tfor 1'hneCss in tihe legs, also rheumtisom itn mly klires. T'lhey wereti all stabl...

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

NORTH MOOROOPNA. On Sunday last a nasty accident occurred to Mr Lenne of Ardmona. He was riding a horse, which he could no manage properly, and at the corner of Mr M. Kilpatrick's ground, opposite Guthrie's Hotel, horse and rider collided with the fence. The horse was unhurt, but the rider was not so lucky, as he caught a post, and a very serious wound on the top of the head as well as some smaller cuts on the face was the result. Mr Guthrie gave his horse and trap to Messrs James Lalor and McRae, who took Mr Lenne into Mooroopna where he was attended to, a number of stitches having to be put in the wound in his head. He is doing well now. The creamery which is being built here as an offshoot or feeder of the Shepparton Butter Company, is now approaching completion, and a nice tasty building it is. As a rule any sort of building is reckoned good enough for a creamery, but the company are to be complimented on the taste displayed by them in their buildings and the way they are fitted...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CRICKET. BALDWINSVILLE V. COOMA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 2 November 1894

CRICKET. BAL.DWINBVILLE V. CooSiA. This match was played on Saturday last at Baldwinsville, and resulted in a draw, owing to the Cooma not being able to make much progress on the indiffer ent road after the recent rains. The home team, although not winning, again demonstrated their superiority, but somen of their members will do well to avoid trying for impossible runs, as the record on Saturday was that out of the first four wickets that fell three were run out, 3o it-behoves the players to watch' the ball in the long grass. It was about four o'clock when a start was made, and considerable progress achieved when time was called, as Baldwinsville had totalled 54, whilst their opponents. had lost 9 wickets for 21. Undoubtedly the best innings of the season 'was that of J. Burns, who played very patiently, and well deserved every run that is credited to him. lie received quite an ovation on carrying out his bat for 28. J. Butler was. tlso in .good formn with the willow, and his score ...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CONCERT AND BALL AT TOOLAMBA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 2 November 1894

CONCERT' AND BALL AT TOO LAMBA. The concert and ball which was held last Wednesday night in the T'oolamba hall, in aid of the widow and children 'of the late Mr Oampbell M'Kenzie, proved a socialand financial success. The Rev. R. L. "Reea occupied the chair, and a programme consisting ,of the following pieces was gone through :-~,' iarch of the Silver Trumpets," overture, by Madame Anstey. Mr Wire sang "The Sleeping Camp." "Brighter Days" was sung by MissL'. VWalshe. Song. ,Mona', by Mr Dnumnett, splendidly rendered. 'Miss Rael gave " Dublin Bay" well. . "The Garden of .Sleep'" was finely sling by' Miss Sublett. At this stage Mr Dumniett was called upon for 'another song (on account of him having to catch the traim) and lie ren dered " I seek for Thee in every Flower." "The Raft" was sung .by Mrs Mur clock. Mr Balfour favored the audience with " The Old Folks at Home. " The Captive Greek Girl," by Miss Yews: and Mr Campbell brought the first part of the progromme to an end by singin...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GILLIESTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 2 November 1894

CILLIESTON. T;ri , GQllieston Debating Society have arranged to hold their wind up social to nig!lttin tihe Farmers' Union. Hall. A strong conmmittee has been formed to carryrout the arrangements and a most enjoyable night is expected. On account of the opposition raised against the creamery which it was pro I?ad" tii start at Unidera it has been rsolvedl to let the matter drop for a lille. The crops .in the district are lookilng spllendid, and should the weather, ,e favorable sone' very heavy yields are expected. If.a hot snap of weather sets in, followed by rain, it may produce rust.

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RODNEY IRRIGATION TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 2 November 1894

RODNEY IRRIGATION TRUST. The ordiar 'mnonilly mseeting of the Rodney Irrigation Trust will be held in the Board-room, Casey-street, Tatura, on Monday next, the 5t.h November, when,: in addition, to:the tal business, the following notices? of motion will be dealt with : SBy Commissioner Morrissey-'"That the motion passed on the :trd lleptember 'for relieving Mr Mahler of the flood w.iters of the drainage depression be rescinded, tan that the desired relief he given without im posing on 'Mr Mlaher the lecessity of obtain ing guarantees from property holders Yurtlier north luong the drainagel depre.ionll." By Colnmimsioler M'lver -"'T'hlat the Minister'of Water Supply be urged to in ceude inllhislpromise Amelding Water Bill the following provision, viz.-' That section or clause lnLberevl .i1 in the W'tter Act 1890 Amendment B111 (introluceld in July 1893), whereby all allowiance is to be lale toaratepauyers of the amount of rates pa1il as a set-off against the charges which stuIh ratep...

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 — 2 November 1894

T " Alpha B" De Laval Hand CREAM SEPARATOR. ; 18 QUEEd 'STh.zsi i1ELimJ If,?E. The Separators are fite very latest puttern and comb.bie all recent improirveiuints in Hland " iMachines; whilch render, them vastly superior to any othler make. ToE "A.Lli B,' 60 GALLONS PER Hlouti, is specially adapted for large dairies milking front twenty cows upwards. It hlas the largest capacity of any Hand Separator in the world, atnd is just as easy to' ivork as the smaller sizes. It has ia long frame which, being screwed to the floor, renders the machine perfectly firm anid solid, anid : : i?rof against shaking.' The bowl'is fitted ,vith'a ercean screw,, so that thickl or thin cream inmay "tbe 'lttd int will.' Tlhe sepjar"itor bdingi so compact, occupies a very trifliiig space. THE 'ALPH'A BABY,' 30 GALLONS PEit HOUn, hals recently lieen greatly itmproved, and is now in all respects similar to the ' Al1pht B.' It is adapted to dairies milking' from ten to.twenty cows. A boy can work it readily. P...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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A PROFITABLE HOLIDAY. [BY STERLING.] [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 2 November 1894

A. PROFITABLE HOLIDAY. [By STEtm.;Is.] 'lThose who were pre-,it at ithe Canul field nteelting anti l,:.:keid tile winter, would indeed sing I )litr. Paris," to quote 'I'rai?nt, tlho:ith to those. who had itve s:e, oit Devon hlie was a bit iture dear, ill fact very, very costly. -till it was a great race, and those who witnesseCd it, and sw the well-dressed i?nd, happy crowd wlhom it excited to enthusliasml, wotlld think there was little warrant for the continlal outcry of do pressionl and dolefulness of which we hear so Ilmuch. But if there was l greait and joyous crowd at, Caulfield, what solrt of rnlster shouldl we have at Flent ington, when "tthe race ". of Australia is to be decided I Very, very much nlore numerous will be the host that will then gather where the V.R.C. conmiittee and Mr Byron Moore have made such plenti fill provision for tile comfort of their patrons. Never were prices so low in the Queen City, of the South; never were railway facilities greater; never was the...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHURCH NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 2 November 1894

CHURCH NOTICES. RoMtAN CATnoui: C inuncli:-11The Rel. I). F. O'Connell will celelbra? Holy SMass, Taturn, 8 a .m.; T Uidera, 11.30. Pn'EalyrTEn AN CIUonI. '-- T?tur at 11 a.m.; Murchison, 2.30:.:p.m.; Toolamba ,7.30 p.m. -i RE. A. Cnunon or E rNOLAND.-- Kyabram, 11 a.m.-Tatura 7.30 p.m.-Rm Tr J.1 T. BATE. BAPTIST OIuitcu. - Tatura, at 7.30 p.m. --REv. S. PIT.MAN. UNITED FREE 'METiODr CT lliounil. -M-echanics'. Hall,, Tnturi, l' n.m, RBy. R. L. REED.. .

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WOMEN'S FRANCHISEMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 2 November 1894

WOMEN'S FRANCHISEMENT. The Leaders in office all over theworld, and, especially in this continent, are: pro posing that women, or, at, least some of them, shouldihave the suffrage extended to her.. Very, well .then. This action is: partly the inevitable answer that must be made to the voicaeof the people, especially as'election .times are ,approaching, and. partly, an attempt to bolster upi the. in iquitouts system of plural voting whichl has received, such a tdeath blows from the; recentaccession of workersrepreentatives. to Australian Parliaments..Whether or.. not the departure will prove productive of good or. ill. whether, the ;enfranchised.1 women will neglect, her houst duties, and.. vote for the ornamental candlidal.,with tihe curly golden beard to the ;exclsmion of. the.. rugged Hampden, or the patriot with odd : eyes, is a matter.that rests in .the wombl of the future. ,Women's political enfran chisement by the,marclh of progress may be an unmixed blessing or an undoubted c...

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 — 2 November 1894

FRANK HOYLE, IHtIR~II.RSS:EI , AND --S1OIL\ CONI+Sf, SI[(GAN STL'.EICT, TAT'UILA,. Opposite Post Olie. B31ELL AN) BEER, Bricklayers & Builders MOOROOPNA. Orders leftelt Hogan'sl Hotel;r'trl ur.:ti br: F. Mlregor'';.1oItel, 'MooroopnArA will be attended cto. Ld +RiCES AND COOD WORK. PIYMOUTH ROOK.' 5s per setting of 18 eggs ; After October 1. All clear egis replaced. JAMMES T. BATE, All Saints' Parsonage, TATURA. LAl)lIS;i' LADIES! LA[)IS S! D'on't give up your case as hopeless before trying FRENCH. SAFETY PILLS !! They restore regularity,and, quickly re move Ill obstruetions, any clllse, wh(n everything; else fails. H-armnless nil certain.,tu :Box7s (dl (postal note) ; extra powerful, ?20s. Address l. M. I). IHA.UT[ONIT,' Orientiil Coffee Palace, North Melbourne. WILSON and 'HUNT 51 .Queen-street, MELBOURNE. .iknvite Iup)llct'tiors for LOANS lon Well Ilnprovell FI, i1101O.1) In SuIps of .LC500 n1d over. lhltes i fi .i anrll , accorrilhg to :ltnolllt aid geg?itcllaracter of s...

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A MEMORY OF THE SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 2 November 1894

A MEMORY OF THE .S?HN. Mr' George Mayger, jof the Victoria Hotels 'Bourke Street, Melbourne, who recently acted as 'a judge at the Tatura ahow,'has a very higlopin!on of the resources anid future of the Goulburn Valley. He remained for several days iul Tatura .and.madeseveral- trips round the district the evidences of natural wealth meeting him, oI all sides. He was particularly r impressed. 'iwith the irrigation system, and, unlike some of or local pessiriists,. he regards irriga tion as 'the isheet anchor of our future prosperity. Mr Maygermade a host of friends in Tatura in addition to those he already possessed, and visitors to his well kept hotel in Melbourne are graphic ally reminded of the existence of Tatura and its "Three M" show by a recent act of the host of the Victoria. He has had several copies of the photo page, issued by the Tatura Ierald on the 19th October' last, beautifully framed and hung in conspicuous places in the hotel. Wh6n° visitors from the Goul burn Valle...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Footballer's Farewell. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 2 November 1894

A Footballer's Farewell. A player from our gallant crowd, lay dying it his tent, Iis clmrades standling by could see his life Swais nearly spenti : They lislelll- willh all anxious car-to hear whviat, lie might ?ay, 'lhey klnew full well he could nolt live till ; dawndl another da y. "01 Oh. comrlllde," said tlhe dyinlg lanll one hot, wish I cerve Just take Ile down to Inoyle's sllolp to gel at decent. shalve ; in days gone by lie cult ily hair, lnluile e look lspruce nl1il clean, And mllany i timle ill Ioyle's shop ollne plenldlid work I've sceii. My:. father, who dial lon g go upon a foreigl strald, Iiwl yilouth mill boauty in his looks wlheni shavell by Ilboyle's ha : And molithler, dlearll (a frienld slte wals, tihe kindest, of iInllllill:i;L ), Would ofenl sa;y shelolvel ili tCImIll of I loyle's beast cigars. She, always gave ile goal iulviAe, as only motlherils c ll, Andl told ?s wh1en1 wce learnlllal to silllokle lhit.1 Iloyle was tile imltnl WVlho Soldl tlle lst tolicano, an...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A NARROW ESCAPE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 2 November 1894

, A- NARROW' ESCAP E. W?se' driving from Tatura to Murchi son with hli wife',and child`recently, Mr C. A. Argyle, thp well known solicitor( lhad a narrow escape from what might have been a serious if not fatal accident. The night wPlil t"ttekaily dark.ahid the roads -bad, and in crossing a chaninel made to convey water for dam filling Mr Argyle was thrown out of the buggy, whilst Mrs Argyle a pdtJhe. child were violently flung igami ' ttlie'frorit of the vehicle. The wheels of the trap passed over the' luckless traveller and he-ovas severely cut and bruised, but had suffi cient presence of .ni?d to, retain hold of the reins. 'Had he not done so the coinsequences may be imagined. If the wheels of the buggy had passed a couple of. inches from ,where,,thiey. did on Mr Argyle he would possibly : have been stunned 'or killed. , At last meeting of tle; Rodney Couincil these facts word brought, forward in a letter from Mr ,rgyle,. ini which lie gave some wise advice regarding road liabilit...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ITALMUD. SYNOPSIS OF PREVIOUS CHAPTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 2 November 1894

ITALMUD. SYNOPSIS OF PREVIOUS CHAPTERS. The narrative opens on Sturt's Stony Desert where that explorer nearly perished. A party of melt under Strang ways are camped at the place. They are in seirch of pasture land for a squatter on the western border of New South Wales, and the intention is to iscend the Finke River towards the MIcDoinnell Ranges. A terrible thunder ;torzn bursts upon the party during the night, a tent is set on fire and one of them killed. After burying their com panion they proceed and meet with many hatrbreath escapes from continen 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 thle salt lake. The leader and a man named Stanley are now left, and they continue on the route originally intended.: They reach: the ranges at the head of the Finke, and adventures of a most extraordinary character are met with. they partake of tihe...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. WOOL SALES [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 2 November 1894

COMMERCIAL INTELLIBENCE. s. WOOT' SALEIS At Dalgety and Company's Wool Sale on 29th uilt. an coerllent selection wasslbmitted. collprisl tg.ll,7J b?las, -chictly well known Rfvetrina clihk,- Wtiih somie- good alVictorln wool. The attendance of buyers was very large, and comlpel I ion spirited, esipeially for good greasy wools, both merino and cross bred, and for.the e descricitions our last sale's - valuesbv'ie fully maintiiin-el. but heavy or omuohy and earthy wools n)ust bcqu 4ted rathc? ealier., Scoured woolss elicited good yco.nry petitioin up to London equivalent, but reserves were hfgh, and we had to withdraw a goodl deal of this descrilititp. We sold in all 3,2 00 ales, realising up to ':d. for' uperior crossbred flece. and the same for crossbred lambs' whlile good grcasymerino fleece brought up to 7td. lambs ijd. and pieces 6tl . For scouraled merino 131d. was bid but declined. Low as prices may here appear, the latest cables to' hand indicate that our market is fully up to ...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DEATH OF MR. PHIL. MURRAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 2 November 1894

DEATH OF MR. PHIL. MURRAY. The many friends of Mr. h!l Mnrray, of the Whim Inn, Taturn, will regret to hear that he died at his residence yestenlay morn. lug at 8 o'clock from iuflammation of the lungs and paralysis of thi heart. At the recent Tatumr Sllow Mr Mrray caught a severe cold, which fsettled on his lungs and la i to his death. ies thap . week ago.he t,ok to his bad, ai graduall grew worse until the end quietly. came. 'lhy.ldeccased, who was only 33 yers of age, was an old reshlent of this difirct, wher lie he hl nunmerous relations, a'llis genial kindly manner made him uniol sally liked. He took an active interest Yn &ublic mlovemets; especially race meetings aatl a? ?ilturnl shows, being l??silonatelySl fon of horses. Ie leaves a wife sal one chliil, awld thmC.ad-_ nes of the event is intensifiedlbhy the fact that Mrs Murray is in ,im??fferent health The funeral will take' place to:morrow afternoon.

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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A CURATE FOR TATURA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 2 November 1894

A CURATE FOR' TATURA. The Rev. ;Father . O on1ielU has' announced that"his lordshlp the Bishop of Bendigo has recognised the import ance of the Tatura mission by appointing .a curate;'and after this:week-two: priests will be statiotied. here. . The' reverend' gentleman seleetod ' to .assist.,Father O'Connell is Father Ryan, of Myrtle fro'il'That mission is in mountainous comsftry where some of the chapels are at' times snowbound,~ and as .Father.' Rycn lias;rweak l ngs tho wa~m' climate? of the Goulbumi Valley will be more siitable for him. A very high character is given the new priest by the Bishop. He is expected to arrv'e in Tatura either to-night or to-moTrow. ''Father d'COoinell will now be able to prepare a new programme of services, which should give the fullest satisfaction. There; will' always J be one. priest1 -n Tatura, anid every third Sunday 11 o'clocl mass will be given. October, 1894, holds the unlque reorel)t of being "the wetiest October iin the OoGul, burn Valley s...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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THE KYABRAM UNION, PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1894. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 2 November 1894

THIE KYABiAM UNION, PuBrLsIHED EveavY F?IDAY MonRmINO. -o FRIDAY, 'NOVEMBER 2, 1894. ShOWLY but surely the torch of science is illumining the dark recesses in which Nature shrouds her mysterious workings. Even now the twilight of discovery has dawned, and the problems of life which have so long appeared inscrutable are likely to be fully solved. The invention of the microscope was the first step on ,the long road to perfect human know ledge, for it must be admitted that the mystery of life is the most sublime task which Ian can approach. The telescope may carry earthly vision into abyssmal space and cause finite imagination to be appalled in contemplation of the infinite, but true knowledge must be siiight not amongst the stars-but in the atom so smadl that the unaided eye fails to distinguish it. Within the last few years a new terror has been added to the trials of humanity by the discovery of the microbe, yet beforq the.Nineteenth Century fades into the Past that strange organism...

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