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Fishing by the Electric Light. (ELECTRICAL REVIEW.) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 28 October 1887

Fishing by the Eleotrlo L'ghs. (ELECTRICAL RBVIEW.) Some interesting experiments in coi. neation with the subject of flshing, the " Bootsman "states, have been carriedonin the Firth of Forth, under thepatent system of Capain Coppin. It has long been under, stood that fish are stroolty attracted toward. any bright ght-a fact ntilised by the salmon night-fisher, who nees a flamlig pInte-ords to bring the prey within reaob'o bls "lehater"or spear; and it Is proposd under this system to employ by way of lure the powerful light of the eleotiin lamp. IA number of gentlemen having, obtained the use of the steamship Tweeddale, kindly pranted by Mr. S8ott, of the General Steam Fishing Company, Granton, have had her oompletely fitted out for the purpose with eleotrio apparatus, engine, and dynamo, sre lamps of 6,000 candle-power, in candescent submarine lamps. etc. The work has been done nunder the superinten. dence of Mr.. Greville E. Johnston, on behalf of Messrs. T. H. Perry and Co., elect...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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A SWEEDISH "SHOOTING." (CORNHILL MAGAZINE.) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 28 October 1887

SA SWEiiDISH "SHOOTING.' ( (*anrr, xaoAsoaxn.) Some years ago the owner of tn'estate in Sweden entertamined a abooting party under remarkable oiroumstances. its nephew and heir-a yountater who was everyone's favourite and no one's enemy but his own made a tour on the Continent, staying for some time in London and Paris, and enjoying himself amasingly, but returning discovered thai he had outrun his uncle'e liberal allowance to an extent hbe dared not confese. The old bachelor listened with grim plessure to the tales of society, sport, races, and other gaieties abroad, but on pecuniary matters he held views of his own, and his. nephew remained bathfully reticent with regard to his difoaulties, though these Prew steadily more and more oppressive. " It would do these foreignertgood to see what sport there is still in old Sweden l" his uncle had observed with a slight sense of pride one day, sant he added that he thought his nephew might with advantage have invited some of his I foreign...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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THE YOUNG FOLKS NELLIE'S DOLL'S HOUSE [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 28 October 1887

?'kHI YOULNG JOLKS NELI1`E . DOL'S HOUSE (Br J0., c ' QtrssAuSm-') Nellie iat ot a low chair in the nurery, Sher bhlue ayes fixed dremsamily on the ulargedoll's ..,howasbfo her.. S.What as nlSidy srate it was in, to beaure I Siverything'rop.y.trsvy, and in any abu its nltghtplace. Nellie was wondering whether she should tidy it or not. But no. it was so mu.h nicer to sit comfortable in rount looking at it than to stand upon tiptoe to tidy the top room. sud stoop to the lower one, when her little legs were so tired, too. For she had been out shopping with her mother, that morouig, and shopping is tiring work for little people. 8o Nellie eat still and let her little arms fall carelessly over the sides of the onair. It was SJust an afcernoon to he lasy; is was raining outside, and Nellie always got sleepy when it was raining.' She gave a great yawn, another followed aftera minut', then another; then her eyelids began to droop heavily over her eyes. But this Nellie would not allow, and ...

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THE SHEPPARTON SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 28 October 1887

THE SHEPPARTON. SHOW.. The first day of the Shepparton Show was a decided suncess; so fadrasexhibits wn;ro contcernl, tim machinery and im plements exhibited vere far-in excess of those shown at Tstnira bnd Nuonurkal1. The awards not.being to hand, we.will withhold tem tiiutil next issei: Un fortunately we sent a represeiithtive from this office, who perhape'got a wet insidle s lie was outside, and failed to give us a report. The only returns we received was by wire, viz., Retriever.-G. Davis, Tatura, 1; Fox terrier.--J. Lohb, ,Tatura, 1. We trust henceforth that our representative will keep straight and not climb trees, and leave his employer's property behind to be picked up when he gets the go-bye.

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

O N S U M P TI O N; And all DIBRASOB of the ORES Stccesefally trealed By PROFESSOR RaDYORD, 103 Collins street wedsl nar Speeer street. Years of Bright, Happy, anu Vigorous Life I Have been given to Thousands!! who believed their health hopelessly gone 11! if you are seuferng from Indiesution, Bllolsnesl, and Kidney dieorders If )Ou have eethmatto Sympltoms. DIIanlty of Breathlog, and Beas1 PalpitatUon l It you are broke. down with Oout, Bhematilem, oa Lumbago I .. If you are tortuord with Voltetl Headached Bleer leonees, and Nelvouse Iirtelblty Ill It?on are weak a?nd lanuidd, aid unable to ospe with your daily atntle 11111 If you are gcomy and .rose. ad feel tIhat all the world Is againet you .: Tour troubles no be enaed, in eeret ins tsa ento. LIVER COMPLAINT. so prevalent In this ecotnry,. aiiloin almost every. body to a 'greater or leee degree. t do not give -p for . DUNBTONE'SB COM : POUND ESSENOI of DANDELION * And LIVER SILLS WI.L'REBIORE XOU to HEALT. A erely as mist Le dis...

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SPORTING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 28 October 1887

SPORTING"'NOTES. .----«- (BY rTHBc.NOViO") To-morrow (Saturday). commences the racing carnival of .the Southern Hemisplere, and' Melbourne as usual will be crowded:with an immensegather ing of .the; hvers of racehorses. With fine weather, Flemington wil 'lhe a picturesque stene. ; Although the Derby day is looked upon asH the forernoner or greater things, it will causeo a large influx of country people into the great contre. Thli lirnhiipil l'eveitbt'e D'rl:y in looked..'upnn al, s;rcertainhy fgrtli' Honl-J.': I ito'"i Abrceorn," and 'the betting is "minney onu;" Bypast 'per firmnances, the lhorsOe should rruni well f6rward,-especially when pilnted by siitli sn 'oxcellent: Hlireii-- s Hah ls, linw ever;.there are olhers ihnthie- race, which' must' not- h overlookld. 'Theliisann'.in whlich Aistralihii"Pfe'r put dowin'the g reie' Trident,. stamps! him dcown as a good one; and to my mind he will trouble the" representative of. tlhe.b ihe, and white at the finish.- Tranter the winnerof ...

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A Second Daniel Lambert. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 28 October 1887

A Second Dantel Launber. The "British Medical Journal" gives the. following interesting partioulars of the height, weight. and dimensions of Thomas Longley, of Dover, who is said to be the heaviest British subject in the world. Mr. Longley, w he is a respeotable and intelligent publican, is forty years of age, being born(of parents not ahove.the normal size) in 1848. As a baby he was not considered large. His present weight is 40st.; height, 6Et. 0lin.; me.suremenc of the waist, 801n.; size of leg, 2lin. He Wnds considerable diffioulty in walking, and does not trout himself in a carriage, for fear of breaking the springs. lie is said to be very temperate both In eating and doinking, and has never suffered from any ilt.health of a serious nature.

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NEWS IN BRIEF. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 28 October 1887

NEWS \ IN ERBIETE ' Sir He nry: Parkee, latepriomter of Now South Wales, was.on Monday re turnediunopposed for the distriot of St. Leonards,. Thlie mnallpox \outreak .still ' con tlipues ini Tasmanls,\ saveral fresh cases being. iported: during the;. week. Before the .meeting, at ' Woodford, Ireland, 'coild be dipqrsied etle..police o wrhged thecrowd'whin thirty persone were iijured.d ._ n Gladetono declares lmiself in favor of free' trade--in.lInd,? abolition. of plunal voting, disestablishment of both state chuches, aid abolition of; entail. \.,. More trouble .'in Burmah,, another fight, te? ''rtis~i oficerse killed.. . l "the ondiol& unemployed agitations are beomiqg very., serious. :" ,?..... { ,, Russia .threatens, retaliation, if .Ger many i~creases import dutyon corn r. England pays £00,000 towards cost of:- Australian , \postal 'service .; v'thb colonies payl£80,000., ,: a Several large Australian mining com-n pianies shortly to Be floated in'Londn.[ . The Champion m...

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General Roberts and the Defence of India. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 28 October 1887

General Roberts as the Defeoee of The annual dinner of offlers who served in the less Afghan war took place at SBmla. recent'y. General Roberts.. who presided, in reglying to the toast of him health, re ferred to the deaths of Generals Macpherson and Macgregor, and descorbed them as men who by niversal consent would have been among the principal leaders I a posalble great war of the future. He then proceeded to dwe!i on the necesitly for preparation, and said--" If we prepare thorooghly and completely we have nothing to fear from. any foe that may come upon us., With such troops, such ofAiern, and such an army, generally as India can place in the field,. we muot win "

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DYNAMITE GUNS AND ORUISEES. (M[?]) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 28 October 1887

* XbAMITE&GUNB AND OU818. (Tb. :( amse Pow,) iTe eaaaueta. ot sa?dmaio fee-thel sto 5"., iSpl rop*eliag eale suhiebels by noome eseo? a af-bs. naow eabed. .e be wh0ic af tdsaw mPactisat aos l3ath1wltl.B eah. T Ametasae bhave led 'te way; ti fera they have no competlitos as ye in thie braeuhofl guam naofaioe. Thb lam ast ome is a poenmaeiis na of 15h . s il cb* eo which fout ate i p roem. of h oneteonoen at. the nok. uo Meesrc Wi)liam otramp ad C0 for the Pnoeumtio Dynamite Gun ? a?itlr New Yurk. The ponse an 40ll sfletslh.a3 made of hyren,. The inventor of theme ggeo Linteeat Z.lin.DLy, of the United d oatee Army. cfaiset that the latet weapon will orr, a shell weighing a ton, one mils; 500b. three miles, ama 100lh. sit miler. Oe. of th gons is for a "ipoerin gover?ments and three are foe the torpedo c" n ie0s Odeed by the American Congress, sad dfo which 350,X)0dol. was recently appropriated. It in expected thac the use of these rul will revolwtieoaie modern naval wsmface. ...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE PRODUCE REPORTS. Thursday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 28 October 1887

CO?II3ERCIAJL INTELLI.GENCE PRODUCgE ;REPORTS. Thursday evening. Mesnrs;F Williamq and Co reporct Wheat Ss 5d per bushel, oats, 28 6d. per bushel. The following are the c?nsignees now lying-at. Tatura railway stations.--Chew Ping,;Wnotton, ". RyanW , D.srbjsf Bros, Claney, Devines, Halklarl, Tavener, O'Shan-, nessy.-Parcels, Chestnut, Hunter and Co., Kennedy, M'EIlgunn,herald. i i truck cattle,4 do. sheep, 5.do.chaf,1 do.' ran 2do. fl iur s .b" .? : Messrs. J. M'5Namara and Co. report:' -At Shepparton, on 11th October, we yarded 329 cattle, and a few. horses. The inroad this season of New South Wales and Queensland cattle into5 the Melbourne ,mariet;,to the consequent fall in prices generally, was noticeable at our Octob'r sale'ii- ShGppairtn. Ii Last October, 1886, and the year: before,, we liha an unlimited denmand, tp'p prices and-a tremendous sale.' This time bid 'ding opened dull, and a lot of pens passed under the hammer.~ We -sold quite t as many: pens privately as at auction...

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The Diet of Strong Men. (SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 28 October 1887

The Dieo of strong Ken. (soOI?TIurO AxMcIorAN) The Rdlman ouldiers who built such won. dedfl roads, and carried a weight of armour and luggage that would crush Ihe average farm bandlived on coarse brown bread and sour wine. They were temperate in diet, and r.gular in exercise. The Spanilh peasane works every day and dances half thenight, yet eats only hi hblack bread, onion, and water.mlon,. The Smyrna porter eats only a little fruit and some olives, yet he walks off with his load of a hundred pounde The coolie, fed on rice, is more active and can endure more than the negro fed on fat meat. The heavy work of the world is not done by men who eat the greatest quantity. Modera tion in diet seems to be the prerequisite of endurance.

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A New[?]paper Hoax. (PALL MALL GAZETTE.) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 28 October 1887

(PALL MALL OAZWTL.). To the other biggest things on record which America can already' place to her credit moust now be added the biggeat news. paper hoax." It corne from Philadelphia., and'l-entitled "The excommunication of. Father B Glynn : Text of the Papal Bull." The " Dublin Evening Mail" swallowed it eagerly. That, perhaps, was not to be wondered at; an Orange newspaper would. of course, believe anything of Antichrist. and also, of course, its religious zeal would not be according to literary knowledge. But what is more curious is that the "Echo " should solemnly have accepted the hoax too, and have posted it all over London on Saturday as on "extraordinarv document." a Extraordinary it certainly is, but will the r "Echo" be surprised to hear that thea document is with some very slight variations I the collection of cures with which Sterne t has amoed several generations of readers? The " E?ho'e " " Text of the Papal Boll : Extraordinary Document" will be found in o ' Trittram ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 28 October 1887

No` iore har (l .tios.-If yeu'wll stop spending so mnuch on fine clothes, rlkh food atll style, buy' good, heltliyj food, cheoper and better clothing{ get rmore real and sub stantial things of, life every tway,. and especially stop the foolish 'habit of employ. iag expensive qUack doctors or using 0o iuucolio~ thle vil humbug medIcine that tdloes yoi only' harm, bitt put your trust in that simplc..pure remedy, Dr. Soule's Amneri. carn :Hop Btter,;. tlhat resrl eIways'a atai. trifling. coar, and you will see gogi times atnd gooi health, , UhJonole,,

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

ýryý? .s HEMP .& MANILLA FTWINE OF ~j f ~ CIAL q·U.4 LR1 . ,P 1 ,8 . ..ý--- c- "v.-,-___- .--. ."-- ,?,? _p - .. . . ',-± ,, A. ,"c1c LATE- ICTORY JULY.188.'tGOLD ,MEDAL & TROPHYvAuI 11OO, FRANCE. Notices. ADVANCE aon WVOO!l. ORAITN dSe., 'ST CK, STATION PRO I) ?CE of all kind.--. :New Zealand Loan and ":- .Merc'a'tile Agency Company (Limited.) CAPI'TAL .?:.. -... 8,500,00( RESER VE ITTN"D ...... .. :X27,000 M+ak-e SIri'rail Canh "Advances on * X. '-"-1 intion a..T iti al Ensuing Clipr" df ýWodl, 'Grain, &is. FOR BAIE in MELBROUR' E, " OrISH IP?Il]N'l' tot :LON"DEN.' A uetiono ile of Wr001ilield regularil rilllfll.oughout the Hseao0n. Auction Sales of Tallow, IFlide 'SheiTplieinboi`Leatlher, &c., three tim!es ' * eek thronugmout the al ir. Auction' Sals iof Grrnin, iFlour, ac. iheldevery Welneitday. DA V.IDELDER, :MTainager.. I (OTNGIIUSi BAND, Wool and Produce Mannager. lMelbour'neiWVIe and Groin Wnrthomuse 'Cdllia.nstreet Vest. ' I(ll1lE COT;ONhT. 1...

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Faithful to the Last (GALIGNANI'S MESSENGER) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 28 October 1887

r?atthful to the Last (OaLItGNANI'S MRSSENOER) A touching Instance of fidelity on the part of a dog has just ooourred in the esso of Parts. Some gendarmes, going their round. a day or two since, found on a waste land near the fMdollmontant gate a man hang leg to a shrub. His suicide was a most determined one, for his legs were extended along the ground, and his hands touched the soil, sa low was he suspended. B:tween his legs a dog lay slseping. The poor animal, who. aroused by the footsteps of the gendarmes, tried to make them understand in dumb chow what had happened to his master, The body was out down and carried away to the morgue, in spite of the frantic pro eeats of the fourfooted friend, and the latter was looked up. There being nothing on the body to show its identity, the pollee commirsary made aee of the dog to asoertain the abode of the suicide. The animal was rele.sed, and lade straight for a house in the Rue des Earies. The police, on arriviog there, found that a worki...

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A SE[?] OF SANGUINARY DUELS. (ARTS AND LETTERS.) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 28 October 1887

S L DUELS. S .. w(Aim ,un rmu) N . New Orleans- was a favouise resort for i pofmsore o(fea ao or "mawltee d'arms." i Most of .thse. havil no further peronoal value than their skill with the foils, lived In Sblood, wine, and prollicacy tsheir cir - enuibed live, betweem the cafee and aseli I d'secrime, and even their names are now for ever turaoteon. Others, who parsued their calling as an honoared profession, acquired a certain standing in soolets, and old rIsi dense love 5o talk over their still in arms and their other lovable and manly traits. Others smain have acquired fame for having killed or Shaing been killed in duels. Among the latter were Marcel Dauphin, who wee killed by A. Nora in a datl with shot.guni ; Boneval, 'woo was killed by H Reynd, also a professional swordsman; I L'Alouette, who killed Shubra, another pro i fessor, and who was Pepe Lolla'e teacher of faiece, and subnequently his asociate ; 'Trimeourt, who silled Poulego, and of whom more hereafter, as also ahout...

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

Deatha by Dtphtherta. These are becoming very frequent of: late. Seven proved fatal last week and this goes on from week to week, depite all existing means of prevention, But where bed cases occur may almost Invariably be found closets, drine., etc., that have not been disinfected, and from which polionous gases have been Inhaled by the sufferer. It is, therefo'e, etrongly crged by the medicaol faculty, aivic authorilele, thatb ?unter', very exoellent end onfailinply effdoetive dtsinfectant he used freely enumnmer approaohes wherever myl matter is ]lele to decompose. Th, poorert a n aff?rd it if they order it by the bes from their prouer, or Semnel Lowe, the sgent, at 137 Ca1lins street west. "Life every mean feede dear "-(doT.] MURBAY'S FLUID MAGNESIA Is part?lonuily benesficil se a pleasing sedative sad aperient In al cases of Inrrtaton and aoldlsy of the stom.oh, pet. ti.llarlty durlng pregnanoy, febrile complslan, In. fnUtlle dlsorders, or sea slcknes It epeedily removes heartbu...

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A Summer's Dream. (Original.) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 28 October 1887

A Bummer.' D.re m. (Originlt.) , When leet year's golden heads of gr?la Were Iendlne Ia tbhe semme, 'ee ' 11a~e |? {m h?J,'s shi the OI?|sl io enae, eclmp nl cedar tree.. There, eknlochlg IOl the aombre rhde. was one eruld speed lb. pa-lne bour. aow hrleght for me the world he made Along toe pathwy lrewanwlthflwelne. the eloegng bit e had never heen emulcul, l. tb,,ughl, btf)re, 'Thebkel so houe. the reom so reeno The viee uchO luscious frmit theyn. the rammer'd gone ise ae weestdeam So bright o bhief, eol 'i of lif He Italk-d, end . Is love ethehme- I thought he soughs m for bie wife. One csarlit nigh' welat outside, My h no he clasped wl ha hise own, And my lted hastwtaatt.ned5 And ehllled ethi e ewees tender tone. NeXat day he did nolocme, altholh I wottheo and waited, all it vain ; ne olverI otokeo l hi w. 1 never feolt so, htrp paino. I went down to the vIllegeetore, Btrolled past te otsge bwheres h Istayed. Anotlo ' tho ms o Le,' ones mo e I read, and felt so sore dlsmsyed Ye,...

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

JHolloway's :Pills.-rhe changes to 'trn.i perature'and wealth frequently upset per n?ns who arn mostcanutions of their health, and most particular in their'diets.e These aeroctive, purifying gentle aperient Pills are the best remedy for all.:dofective 'actions of the digestive organs they augmeinnt the ap. petite, : strengthen, the ..stomach, correct biliousness, antl carry off all that is noxious frolii the system.' Hollbway's Pills are com-' posed of rare'bklsetsni, 'uimixed with baser matter, an'l:otn that account are peculiarly well adapted for the yung, delicate, andi aged' As this peerless mediolne has gained fame in the past so will, it preserve it _in' tli futurd by,its,renovating ard' invigorat ing qutalities, and 'ts 'incapacity, of doing harm. . rOft all tonics, diuretics, land nerviues, Wolfe's Bchnapps.is:the safest, nd best. 'e. sure you obtain Wolfe'e.,:?~ , /,6:; , L Wolfe's Schnislipps tiaket oceasiolly is an admirable rolaedy against cqugbs ancolds.ls.' Accept noth...

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