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Australian Developments [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 21 October 1887

Australlan Developments A correspondent writes:-" A hundred years have passed alnce the fleet emigrants wera despatched from England to Botany Bay, New So?oh Wale, by Viscount Sydney, in the waerhipSirline, with ise tender, the Supply, and aix transports. The party, a told, con rioted of 850 convicts, men and women, 200 soldiers, Captain Phillip? as Gover. nor of the new colony, Captain Hunter second in command, and Mr. C.linte as judge avtooute. The vessels arrived in Botany By in 1778 after a passage of eight month., whihob coo now be made in five weeks. Afier a brief stoppage in the Bay, Governor Pallips sailed in seao h otf a better barboor, and anchored in Prt Jackson, prev!oo.ly discovered by Captain Cook. OCptain Phillips selected a site for the settle. ment, which he named .Sydney Cove. The party were eoon brought roond from Bltasy Bay, and the work of clearirg the trees and scrub then began. Toe British flog was hoisted, guns fired, the oommileiou read, and from that moment...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 21 October 1887

AGRIOULTURAL NOITES. The question ocoaslonally somes up whether targe or small firms are really best for the csommunity.. In .hil.eountry thease c an-hardly);b ea-g edio It tii true tiat on large 'farrmns, ?l conduoted, the orope are raised, the- stock kept, and the animelr a: d:their'roduets marketed at mabh lower eost of produetion than upon small ones, provided .the small farmer isckoha his own time and labour and ahat of hbi family at -the rame pries which the large farmer or company:pays for the same kind of labour. N-everthelese, he regards his own lede peo'dsnce as worth a good deal to him, and 'so it is. This independent feeling-this b ing "' his own boas"-costs him just the "proportionate differenae between his profi8t and those obf the larger farmer. The com amunity is,' however, benefited by having masey of these independent, hard working otizeos in place of a few larger corporatione employing mostly, asinle men, sand but few men with families, Every well-to-do small farm...

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AN ADVENTURE IN CARIBCO. (MACMILLAN'S MAGAZINE.) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 21 October 1887

"A- "*'ADVEtBTUtB. ýIN 'OARIBOO: .... li the year,.16 1860 I.ther eabou ?'Lw4 S? onfg the pr ofl?our overslte Ladye s g e D d : eno. mll. ehanof very hud wk f.1 et "'in Her ,Mljeetyb, colony" of Britlsh e smbea. I we a justie of the peae, arid. S.lt, orewhao indetisac and maunti leuloa Hates conoected with the a moi teoanoo of adt penerally, and of the gold escort oin lculekur. In the fell of that year I wu i the northern, and in those ays eztrmeo, :lieits of tbhe colony--at tie Forks of Quoe mille, to speak by the cemd-ae an ehe ly. ..slotel began to whiaD r housely and frootily 4do the vurioun mining campd that it was nme to be pulling up flumehboxes, and for ldent folksha to be turninl their faces south. ar who had done well began to think of Is asmenitiesof the saloons and HilllUd halls 8 Vitorian ; if vary well, they dreamed of se at'Fisco aa a placeof hyhemation ; while aeo 'who had been avoided by the quick * Mng of fortune were fain to balance the pspepect of taking the down...

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HOSPITAL SUNDAY IN MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 28 October 1887

IIG SPITAL- Si ND'AYW IN- MI;L"BO u1N E.: '.Tihe result"i P the Hospiibl' sCndiy' collections is eminently satisfactory. The returns given this :morning shlow contributions amounting to ?6,465,.' which: is iso less than £1,600 in excess: 'of the retirns to hand iat the same time" last year, and £900? above theaamount received in. 1885,.when the collections were excoedingly large. Those .figures-. are imeruly approximtce, but it is certainm tlint {the fund this'yea; will; reach, a. toii P eboEarly £11,000, and exceed that. oftlasb -yor -by 'nesrl·v .2,000. Some of the .individual collections are extra ordinary. ,.The higest contribution fromn a'`iiigle "chiuch" last year iwas? £838 which was the aioui?t of the collections at the, T'ooak -.Presbyterian Church. The same congregation again. heads the' -list, but this time with the magnificeit sim of £564, whilst Sb."John's Church. of , England, Toorak, which last. year-. 'sent 'in £45 14.. Sd.,. is on this oc c:asion credited-with £562....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 28 October 1887

Notices. Shire of Rodney. RATE COLLECTOR AND VAUM. - iN;. AP TA ,ThONSr ncerotuanird r i tENDE iinRlS l w ill I reee l "rnt0il .2 no.i Sn driv2th OcO tlletor 18517 ldrer .eito t the President, Shire' OGffil., iretumra pr cueijotent pnrnOs fl iiViliar>.R jta Cullector, Cnllktor l. Stttit;i, "&c w Informationi ii to remuneration and duties may he 1obtAined from the Secre tary at his ?fil 1T elltura WILLIAM ROONEY, SShire Secretary. : Tatura, 11th October, 1887. Shire of Rodney' an ENDERS will he received until S 10 n..iul. on Mondayt 8staOo tober 1887. Altreseed to the Preei dat n Shirre Offices Tatura, for' th~ falloewiig wqrks contract No. 52 1 87, seveni milies cleHaring, chainw ide on niirthi' id 'soith road , North Mur W "" - No' 58, two miles clearing near '- George Bishop', Unodera, '' No. 54 chains 'forming, and one -tculvert on east sud west roAd betiveen ,M'Clean and. Stewasrt, Tholamb '- Weest. No. 55 chains forming on east i' id'road,'near George Collie's, 'Girg...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 28 October 1887

TH M ,A: S.?i i B A" Z:E I;E ' t"S" ! rhni ",r ii l ..$ -; "'+:r,: , n .. , '·(Late off "foi.). (Late J. TlERNV 'S) )'. 'IRST8C,ASSM OACCOMMODATION, "unrein ttln attentlon 1nid'e 1 ',.obttIhable cnnfort'areaoffereofferedlto . BOA, l RDER' and the TRAtVELLING PUBL -lLe Wines sndi.phltsI?'re ]e i~rsanall'.elected Iolam l h " ..r tee?l· of e best roneeri '. "' S,' ILLA.RDS B DLLAiD!, BILLIARDS !?' ,HORSEI5 aapd4BUGGIRS atwayste HIR E. "E nt ii is' lai fonrabtc I HOGAN'S, .COMME CIAL TrO-EL' T A ,,:i T _ ti R. ;:,".'A I'. 'I ,.I flJOMAS ;HOGAN begs tto intitmiate"to ti?" uironding inhabitnts and Spublic generally thliat?Superior Abooniinodation i'and ,1lModerate 'fhrg e e he speciality of this'firet?class hotel, . " . Bi i .;,iB. IARDS '.I . l i i 11'D '" .i;ItI DS!! ! ! ? SUPERIOR STABLING 'and CCtO MATION18 PADDUKS Horses aii 'Bwggiea as i.M 'asi Buggy Pairs always on Hire FIN.,S JBUSH.,?NN, CASEY ST F I ST- LA S 'A C'C OM ODA TI' oN S . ;FOR '' '' Wines, A le; uli Sp?riit s o thi .e ...

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The Kyabram Union. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 28 October 1887

T . h j gabpunt 1ait" PUBLISHED EVERT FRIDAY. FRIDA Y. OC2'OBERI 28. 1887. WE have previously drawn attention to the want of judicious drainage of Tatura. A motion. was tabled that means be provided- for the purpose of draining the swamp leading from the municipal dam through the town; but up to the present no action has, been taken. We, on behalf of the residents of Tatura 'and surrounding" district, wish most respectfully to draw the at tention of this august body that it is notlimprolable that typhoid fever will be in our midst, during -the in-comning season, and if not taken in hand by those in authority, we, who are' a very healty' community , will figure well in' the statistics complied by Mr. Hayter, of Victoria : tatitial celeborty. Many months since a motion was tabled in our local shire meeting that a culvert be constructed across Fraser-street, but up to the present no action has been taken for the drainage. The 'stagnant water now extends from the block of Messrs Wilson ...

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[?] AND THE SENSES. (TEMPERANOS NEWS.) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 28 October 1887

Iae (Tannruansoraw.) .a At a special meeting of. lthe re Wetern Railway Temperance Union (Lord Lytlleson ad i the c:,hir, sad 'a large adience present) of an inemruoive address was delivered by Dr. "k. Richardsoe, who was loudly cheered on he rding, in the course of which he said : 'of I should like to explain that It is very Important for thoee in she railway service to me be iabstainer, simply on the ground of the on education of the sensmes. Take the ense of As ight, the sense of touch, and the perception Sof sound' from a man, and what you have ing left is not a reasonable being. The more he determinately and perfectly we train these tan senses, the. better in every respect we rd{ become. In the early part of my researchee . upon the infludnence of atrong drink upon the human body, I wra impreesed by the effect fat that it has upon the enses, how it pervert r.- them in. very way-how it perverse the id lght, the bearting, the touch, and even the inflection of the voice. This is o...

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WE SHOULD BLOT OUT DISEASE IN ITS EARLY STAGES [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 28 October 1887

WE- SilOULD BLO r OU :.D1)IS EASE IN :ITS EARLY STAGES Thelio di,,escP minmences with a sliglit deraniremnnt' of the stomach libut, if neglected, it in tiime involreo the whole frame. ctbracing ,tlo kiduneys, liver, pancreas; and in fact the entireglandular system ; and the afflicted dragi outsa tmiserable existence until death gives relief from suffering. Tihe disease is often mistaken for other cnmplaints; but if the reader will ask hlihselft the following questions he will be able to determine whetherh hehimself is one of the afflicted --Have1i? distress, pain, or difficulty in breathing -after eating i Is there.a dull, heavy feelings attdnded by drowsiness? IHzave the) eyes ai yellow tinge? . :Dohes a thick, sticky !mncous gathet· about the gunim and teeth in the mornings, accomnpaniod ib3 a disagree able taste?. Is the tongue coaqed? Is therie, in in thei 1aiddh a d bapk? Is there a fitllness aboutt he right side as if the liver were' enlarging? Is there costivenehsl? 'Is there...

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LIKE AND UNLIKE. CHAPTER XXIX—(CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 28 October 1887

Dr 'ME.IBdaDnow. Author of Lady Andlefy sBarot,' Eto. --orCdAersuTan' XXIX -(Covauufl.) -"n -It was within a few.minugpe of ten, and .''the train was to leave Ghadford road station ""':at10.40." Adrlan helped his mother with her mantle, tenderly 'oreinl for' her, while *'Banderson' ran off to get herself ready for .tbe'journey.. He handed hie mother into .'ll c'oarriage; and stayed beside her, eom leoing, '.nd, cheering her till her maid returned, and all was ready for departure. ,Where will you etay, mother ! At the Alexandra1 I suppose. And if-if you find Valentine il not ill, that the telegram means nothing;'yon will come beak to morrow, will 7yoian t'?. Or you willtelegraph to me to go to you.' 'T Ye,' ;'ll telegraph when I know what is w rong,C I 'dhll stay at Wilkie Mansions, : perhaps. God' gant Imey find telen there,' l!i added Lady Beatfield, in a lower voice. 'She . aimyhave wavered at the last moment and gone to her husband. That wretched letter :ay miean lese than wp thi...

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THE GOLDEN HOPE. A ROMANCE OF THE DEEP. I dream[?] a dream that w[?] not all a dream." CHAPTER XXI—(CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 28 October 1887

THE ,(.OULDE IHOPE.: TA BOMANoCE OF TL!B DEEP; I dreamt a dreaim that wo not all'a dream.' S W. CLAR,, R"SSELL. rCIIATu XXI,-(CoTNcUEDx.) Who :thar has looked over the side of a slumbering vessel into the deep shadows of the night waters has not dreamed and let loose his thoughts in the w,,ndrous lass. like black profound? The Golden Hope was in those parallels where fire may be chipped out of the sea as steel strikes it from a flint. To lean over the rail and gaze downwards was to behold strange flashings and fadinge, spectral conflsurations of faint blue flame, swarming of cloudy fire, sometimes yellow sometimes blue, sometimes greeasa nU the radiance of some remote sunset were putting therdil tellection of wild, unusual tints into the liquid blackness. Would not such a sight influence the fancies of a clergyman when he brought his gaze away from thebrightsetars low down on the horizon to the mysterious phosphorescent shining? With every gentle roll of the schooner puffs of vapour...

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MR. AND MRS. BOWSER. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 28 October 1887

.MR,L AND .BN B..BOW8E "-Re 'days s r. 'Bowser wasn brought bome with a praied skli. He got it by Smi-sp off the sidewalk. I had the doctor aome up to look at the limb to see thatiano bones were brekes, and he' went away aumrfg Mr. Bowser that 'hewould be able 'o walk out in four or 'ire days. He' had searcely gone when the patient asked ie In a pitifal voice if I thought he was going to die. "Going to die. Mr Bowser I Why, what nonsense I What put that idea in your head I" "I have a peesentimeit. I-I think I ought to draw up my will." It's all folly. You've got nothing but a simple spr nh." . dimple I I tellyon this isa terrible thing, and if I live two days it willbe 'a 'great wonder to me. The Bowser men die hard, but they have to die as well as other folks. Do I look like a man struck with death !" " "Not a hblt of it. I never saw you look more healthy." '" Mrs. Bowser, don't you deorive me I Deoeiving a dying husband is an awful crime. Has the door bell been muffled and the gir...

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A VISIT TO TATURA SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 28 October 1887

A VISITTO' TU ATruII iO W.'V An old bushman's,recollection of tl ''istrictbetween tile lower Godlburn and the .Canpaepe rivers, .i that of leve country covered by a' rather thick box ''".forei', ' iomiieateals ~iany ?miles apart, .few tracks, and no tehnes. A "bush' SIi iwhib lrrot "tiCs ailb ce i fi nil natural '?ilandmarks it` was easy to" get lost in ''drizz?ing weathli . ` A iloater' in these '"days staehtsthe gathering of a score of so of horsemeHienall thiewhites residling on anaa of sayb00( square 'miles, to ,.assist in collecting a, herd of,' it 'may ihave baeh;i 2,000 'toghly bred wild cattle::. :;.. .. The ';; teran: ?tslii n: would be a' .:'much astonished" as 'was nRip Vofi :Winkle' after his ':long sleep,' on re "'visiting this district'to find it furnlished :wiith'. .~ell, ;iidle roads and railways, divided into highly improved farms, each "sustaining and' thriving, well-educated families, and 'employing as many men a oeiie.of tlie lage cattle Istations did in :the old...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 28 October 1887

Sperplexng dlmoully overcme DUNSTONKr 8iNYOBA Io lbe belt aperienlmedlalne fur children an 1* ttake most readily by them. It will oum billou evear and all the almenht to whIla hlldnn are eIbjena. For swomach and thred worms thl* .e.dlilne bu proved Invaluable. Ask for'DUl STONtr UANMOBA. Of all'cb d It. all.. and, to per botle..-4vnw. V1:VInT...IAN .a OaS CUOP4ANY_ 1IL12E O ,OlUc O ctl l ht { drl+ - t' COLLUOWUCIOEK3 LAS? S . . pitl, £1,000,00. SObaealbed, £958,000. Pald op. 0C o0000. ;eraes tand, m70,o0. DIRECTORS' Boo. N . . DOrle, ;M.P.' Willam Bowen, E.. ., John Moodle, sq. .INIXEIEO ALLOWIR D on DP8o 8, 0 I 0} per ceol per anm n for o yers 1 Payable bhall 0 ... L . . 12 month " - yearly.. cI h ale.l b b I Malb, u. no , and Moboa M800AN8100 BITES and -ALLOTMNSTS OLORGQ STUR3RO,Socretary. T l FOURTH . IONDUoIAL BUILDING OFFIr:.7 COLONS STREET WEST, bm DIR OTO PS:, Swapgto l eo ", enry iFranc Esq. J,'., Boobke streetat, Vioa e o c l llor Jo ebi Tu?ner, Southl YarV e Vica "Obalr? ....

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RHUBARB IN SEASON. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 28 October 1887

RHUBARB IN SEASON. Rhubarb is scarcely so much appreciated as It deserves to be. Rhubarb tare, rhubarb pudding, rhubarb fool, are toe three varieties the ordinary housekeeper seldom ventures beyond, and yet there are so many other ways In whlah it may be utillsed. RunBnAB JELrY.--Cat up as much as will fill two quart measures, having pre vionely peeled it. The pink kind is the best for jolly. Put t in a pudding bas?. with 10oz. of suger and a teaoupiulot water. Pat a plate over it, and let is stand in the oven until the juice is all drawn out. Then strain it and dissolve an ounce of gelatine in half a pin: of the juice, add the rind of a lemon very thinly peeled, also the juice, and let all boll together for a minute or two take out the lemon peel and pour the jelly into a mould previously dipped into cold water. Let It stand until cold and firm, elither on leo or otherwise. RmlBARn Fmrarss.-Peel young rhubarb and cnu; the stalks into lengths of about two or two and a half inches. A...

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LEARNING TO SMOKE AT SEA. (NEW YORK SUN.) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 28 October 1887

LEARNING TO SMOKE AT BE&. (NEw TORK SUN.) The old sailor sat on the stringpieoe of the South street pier and watched the passiog craft through blue oloude of tobacco smoke that were drawn through a pipe that for age and strength of smell would have stood a competitive examination beside the pipe of any 'longshoreman on the water front. A young man who strolled down that way asked the old sailor whether all seafaring men smoked such strong pipes. "Sartin," laid the old sailor. "'Sailor men takes to strong pipes like they takes to strong drinks; not but what they'll take euthin' milder if it's lewed athwart their hawees." le glanced at a lot of olgars in the young man's vest pocket at that, and promptly accepted a couple that were offeed to him. " I don't mind tellin' ye how I lamred to smoke, though seein' you've got the hang of it now'twon't lare ye nothin'. You see. I shipped first off in the Two Jennies, a neat bark in-th-e Manilia trade outen Boston. Old Captain Strong wa...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 28 October 1887

IN MEMORIAM. of, We e.U I, ::oowbA~r.-) ,. f'IgId, day 0M ed wee Ief

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A B[?] SWEETHEART. (R. HARRISON CLUBS. "MURRAY'S MAGAZINE.") [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 28 October 1887

'T'he b 45 oescar, or tramu they call it bees,k~idlaliou s jiglie g dauwn the white qabd to Satiaton whish ran as the tottom of the field 1iim in front of the Pendlebary '(hilde'e ItompstL, A well.kuit yosng fellow was walking up one of the lhttlegravel patshehtsa lead iroam she sweep ol the oatr irg eaosv. betlee the equars rule plota to t?A IeIasas visitors' door, in the seltl of ealoenI entril corrldor, one hilasm 0 ep oaber aIternoon. His moleake trousern andseirdnrom waiseounat,aseo with ateenes, ad faoid with earkhbrown velvessen, open below Ihe op bouto, overs blue suerums, made oae at once feel cure that neitber hores nor boets were totally usfamiliar so him. And, enalr the einl.hin cap, whidh he took oftasd twirled in..his great hands, se he reached she door, would let sayone who has sevo walked on the towing ptha of a scaal into the alersof his apparenatl double occupeation, John Thrupp was a bharge, and a fine, strapping youne leliow; an easy 6ft in -hi blue woarted mocks...

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The Petr[?] of Animal Bodies. (LANCET.) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 28 October 1887

The PetrE sat'oa of Anm'at 31lae . (LANCET.) f A well-known Padua chemist and physt. lsan, Dr. G. B. Measedagila, who died more I than forty years ago, discovered a method pf I letriying animal bodies, and gave the University museum several specimens of his l work. This method he kept secret, but he I wrote it all out and lelt the directions inla t sealed packet to his legitimate beirs by will. t These legitimate heirs, however, were not I to be found ; and in spite of every effort to discover them, they remained until recently e unknown, and the sealed packet remained therefore unopened. Lately, however, they have been found, and have been besieged by .ppiloationa for the secret, large enms belg offered to them for it. They have, however, I It seems, decided not to part with it-at present at least.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 28 October 1887

THO.LeoN: Supposee man shbould ?sil you a lia, whate should you dot ' Jo0ne (boith.. tingly): What sized maul' * Bavig on uHvs?l multone used your Dordtil Balm of LiquorLoe, oonmder It my duty to give my testimony to its wonderful efmooso ur coough ad) colds. With the Balm of Iquorlos n the house nosm of us fear tbe eReat of a cold oroough. For aroup in children I nmesu knew t fll." 5. . . Lars, Booth Brighton. DUrUITONg' 00RDIAL BALM O? LIQUOoRIo , l..d. sa4Is. u.,pea bottle. e all obhemleb,-[CAw Neapolitan eagaus., Begging, which was countenanced, and even encourasged, by the old system of Italian politics, still continues to be one of those national nuisances to which both the traveller I and the resident must habitnate themselvee. a So with the present system of advertising adopted by may firms. Now we tell you at once that this is an advertiseient, and you may leave off reading rirhthere if you choos e The best house for Pump and irrigatidn . Plant is John Danks and Son'e, 42 B...

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