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MOOROOPNA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 2 November 1894

The Goulburn is gradually receding, and traffic to Shepparton, though haz- ardous, is once more practical. The risk which is to be incurred on the road be- tween the two towns was exemplified again ot Sunday evening. Mr Beckwith was the victim. He was driving to   Shepparton on the evening mentioned when his buggy got into a large hole, the water coming up to the seat. The horses plunged and broke the swing bars, and the driver had the discomfiture of getting into the cold water in order to splice them with ropes. The animals afterwards succeeded in extricating the trap. The heavy rain which fell during the week has caused the farmers a great deal of anxiety. The soil is saturated with moisture, and in a few places rust has made its appearance in the district. At present only the flag of the corn is affec- ted, but some of the farmers say that a spread of the scourge is to be fearted. Messrs Cussen and Co. held a very successful clearing sale on behalf of Dr Murray Gibb...

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

RODNEY SHIRE COUNCIL. The isua, i monthly ,, meeting of the Rodney Shire Council wasi held oni Monday last, there beIti- present, ; r.i Hogan (in thie clair), C. Wilson, I nrpler. Archibald, - MuCarten,, Al 1n, F. .1. Yo.ung,-anl W. Wils;n. ' AVheI'e Ithule. minute»s. wiiere read, (-,'r r McCarten objected to the nnotion, by. Or Wilson. re the pan rate, and asked thati it he eliminaled, ias the nttion was not legal. Cr C. Wilson pointed oilt that Cr McOarten c:.?ildnot'do'what he proposed. The minutes were' then' confirmned .! CORRIF.PODENC K. From Sec. Agriculture, re?rettiig: his inability to supply the quantity of thl:x and Ihemp seed required by Shire, ind stating the season was now too late! for it.-Received. - - " < , ( From T. McMahont fo6rfeititg his accepted contract. The secretary. re ported it'had been let to' E. C. )oiigl'i! at the same price.-Received.' ' " . From Police' Inspector, Shepparton, asking for a return of all licens.cil.prenisea in the Shire, with...

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 — 2 November 1894

NORTH MOOROOPNA. The very heavy rains which we have been experiencing lately are causing farmers to look serious, and it is believed that rust will be prevalent. It would indeed be a pity if their fear should be realised, for the crops in this locality are as yet looking splendid. The proposal of Cr. Wilson's to borrow L2000 for works in Tatura is looked upon with great disfavors here, and Cr M'Carten is generally com- mended for his action in the matter. A good many of the local farmers are going in for cream separators on their own account. Whether it will pay better than the old system of carting milk to the creameries remains to be seen. Mr Thomas Spiers, an old resident of this district, was found drowned in a paddock of Mr John Stewart's, of Undera. He rambled away from home on Monday last, and his nephew thinking he had gone to the farm in North Moo- roopna did not bother until, on Thurs- day, finding he had not gone there search was made for him and the body was found as sta...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ANNIVERSARY SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 9 November 1894

ANNIVERSARY SERVICES. -4--- The anniversary services of the Moor oopna Methodist Sunday School were celebrated on Sunday last., and were a decided success. The Rev. F. J. Wats ford preached two most practical and powerful sermons morning and evening. and conducted a floral service in the afternoon, when the rev. gentleman also delivered an impressive and suitable address. The scholars were ranged in tiers upon a raised platform, and pre sented a very pleasing appearance. The rendering of the various hymns by the scholars was a real success, especially " Heart Flowers." l)nring the singing of the chorus every child waved a small bouquet of flowers, which had a most charming effect. • The children's festival in connection with the same was hold on Monday evening, and was equally as succcssful as the services on Sunday. The church was well tilled with an en thusiastic andl appreciative audience. Mr S. Lancaster, the shire president, oc cupied the chair, and made a few well chosen remar...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TOOLAMBA WEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 9 November 1894

TOOLAMBA WEST. The oat and harley crops in this dis trict are looking well, and by all appear ances the yield will be up to the average. The W'heat shows signs of rust, the flag being literally covered, but the stem is free as yet. Hay-making will start at the latter end of this week ; there are several dirty crops, which will be cut for hay. Wild oats are munerous in the fields this year. The pea crops are looking well, and farmers find thelp very profitable for fattening pigs on. They are stacked and cut out. for the pigs, thus saving threshing. l'he potato patches are splendid, and in alout six weeks they will be fit for digging. There has been abundance of grass this springi all stock are in prime con dition, shearing is about finished, and the clip has been up to the average, but the price is rather lower this season. JBaldwinsville railwa) station has been busy this week, wheat comlling in freely. The price has risen from 1s 9d to is 9ýd. Several truck loads of straw and chaff...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GIRGARRE EAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 9 November 1894

CIRCARRE EAST. The Moora and Girgarre East Liter ary and Debating'Club met for thie last time this season on Monday cvcning last. Mr .J Murray, the president, occupied the chair, and the usuald routine business was proceeded with, but owing to the very poor attendance of members, the subject for debate (Freetra de and Pro tection) was postponed until the first meeting of next session, which will open on the first Tuesday in May, 1895. Thlt weather here has been very sh?owery, but seems to have now taken up, and should it continue the hay liar vest will commence in a few days. Some very heavy crops are to be seen in the district, and although the late rains have not done them much good, still very few have suffered to any extent through them, even on the low-lying ground. The sparrows, however, are doing a great deal of harm to the early barley crops, in some instances comn pletely stripping several acres of grain. The shearing, which has been retarded considerably by the rain, is no...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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POSTAL RETRENCHMENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 9 November 1894

POSTAL RETRENCHMENT. -~--+- The following circular is being sent to the various telegraph i lessengers in the colony : " As the business of the" Tcelgraphi branch r,[ thlfo departmeent has fallen j ff consdier aby tlhe numbtt r of Teleerlaph .lMessengers" elow in tle ervice is excssi?re anld it is very desirable to reldttcethe staff. With thlis view you are t'n?ad whetuher you aro willing to retire on the 3lOth Novelltmber, inst., on recctiisn six mlonths' salatry ill nllittion to yoiri pay to that. tate. If thie itlrallllee cst ontitmlhttel d aiborve he carned out, which will bt done if a s flit clent ntllllnberr of nsIII(enIer take lladvantage of this offer, it will hle iteucserllly to provlhh fonis at once, anl it ii thereforu rcqiu.st'd that you \will bi, go..d routllh 'to furnish an uanswer oil or cl'fole the litht Nuvelllter illlit" I wcldi further sltte that. you are att the ruuximuma of yo'ur chass, andl shllora!t you celect to remati In tilie service there is sno piloletbil...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BALDWINSVILLE V. TATURA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 9 November 1894

BAI.DWINSVILLI V. TATUnA. The above clubs play their return match at Baldwinsville to-morrow, play commencing at 2.30. The locals will he chosen from-Byrne (2), Butler, T)oidge, Davis, Hilder, Hanley, Price, Sands, Stokes (2), Young (2). and Ford. The following will represent Tatura :-Brooke, Dummett, Hanley, 1lanlon, Love (2), M'Robert, Strang ward, Sheehan, Smith, Trevor, Vaughan and Wellmhnan.

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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FOOLING THE FARMERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 9 November 1894

FOOLING THE FARMERS. [Br J. J. W.] Allowance must be made for a certain amount of romance which characterizes the utterances of a gentleman who has in his electorate a " show place like Mildura." IPrefer to Mr Taverner, the "honomuable member, for the Mallee." MrTaverner tells his farming constituents to turn their wheat into pork, so as to be able to take advantage of the British market for thatcomtnodity. Mr Mason, the member for South Gippsland, might just as well advise his constituents to ex port their Jinibunna or "Karrrntiburra coalto Newcastle and Sydney. To show the utter absurdity of Mr Taverner's views on t lie "pork market of Great Britain," I give the market quotations, the retail prices of bacon, to date of latest advices. in the large consuming centres of England and Scotlhnd. Smoked shoulders, (rolled) - 3d to 3d. Smoked sides, (rolled) 4d to 4d1. Finest smoked ham, ... ld to tid. All the foregoing prices are for single pounds, but for quantities, I have r.o doubt, m...

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 — 9 November 1894

-TALMUD. SYNOPSIS- OF PREVIOUS CHAPTERS. The narrative.thptns on Sturit's Stony Desert whero- that explorer;t-nearly perished. A party of men under Strang ways are camped at the place. They are in search of pasture land for a squotter on the western border of New South Wales, and! the intention is to ascend the Finke River towards the M?cDonnell Ranges. A terrible thunder storm 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' fiom co'tine-ii 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. 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 Fiuke, and adventures of a most extraordinary character are met with. they partake of...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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CRICKET. ONTARIO V. MERRIGUM. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 9 November 1894

CRICKET. ONTARIO V. MEnRsauM. A match between the Ontario and Merrigum clubs was played on the ground of the former last Saturday, re sullting in a win for Ontario, who scored 89 to their opponents 41. Gallagher, Jobbling and Weir batted well for the victors, and Powderly for the losers. The bowling of Pither for Ontario. was very deadly, and Pritchard did good work for Merrigum. The following are the scores : ONTAaIO. Ii. Weir, c Po,wderly b Pritchard 10 Oa lngher, b Pritchanl ... ...29 Jlobl ug, b Pritchard ... - ... 20 Gotch, b Pr t'i.ardl ...... 3 J. Weir, c Oreenwood b Pritclharl 0 Pither, Pritchard ... ... I llrown, b Pritchard I Lord, b Powderly .. .. 7 Slater, not out .. .. . 7 Blryce, b Powderly .. .. 4. Walseford, b Hunt . .. . . 0 Sundries . ...... 7 Total ... 89 Bowling Analysis.--Hunt, I for .17; Powderly, 2 for 19; Allen 0 for 10; Pritchand, 7 for 36. " MERRIoUM. Cathcart, c LInd, b Jobling ... 9 Lockwood. b Jobling ... ... 4 Taylor. b Jobling 0 ... .. 0 Jas. Allen, b ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 9 November 1894

TBLEGRAPH . HOTEL, NUMURKAH, OPPOSITE POST & TELEGRAIPH OFFICE. Visitors made Welcome, Cjod Table. Moderate Charges. SPLENDID BILLIARD TABLE. QUOITS. ROOMY YARD. GOOD STABLING. ALF. HAYTER, PROPRIETOR. CRICKETERS' ARMS HOTEL, Mooroopna. R. M. BARRETT wishes the public .to test the .quality of the Liquors he supplies at the above hotel. AMPLE ACCOMMODATION. CRICKETERS' ARMS HOTEL MOOROOyNA. For Sale. GOOD WRAPPING PAPER. A' Apply. HI RALD" B Oflee -j COUNTRY VISITORS TO MELBOURNE Are, Invited to Inspect OUR ENORMOUS STOCK FURNIT UR-E, ,BEDSTEADS, BEDDINC, CARPET.S,. FLOORCLOTHS, CROCKERY, GLASSWARE. IRONMONGERY, TINWARE, CUTLERY, PERIAM BULATORS, Etc., Etc. Our "Fitzroy" One-Fire Stoves. 3 feet 6 inches wide, two ovens ... ... 3 feet wide, one oven and boiler ... .. .£5 10 Coal or Wood. COUNTRY ORDE R Packed and delivered to rail or boat -. FREE OF CHI.RGE. HENRY ACKMAN & CO.'S Monpter, Furnishing Arcade and Auction Rooms, 243, 245 and 247 SMITII-STiRET, FITZiOY. TAKE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 9 November 1894

SOf the WantrCuryv 'h. The Tlmekocporp or :n~ o Elegat, Inexpensive, and Du 'o. Thousands of people In Ater.Il e,. prslse upon the Clld.cdk.?indih" i'.e ei for their u mlrlva ed t No- ? Ul, il:vp . . d: . often wished tiet tie cers were In egh. ".the Golden Ago ts now attained. lo their /ew, elegant, and aristlo gold caRe-1 theo Wtrrhrey Watches aro Perfectlon. Always the .met fa:::ons timekeepers In t' A world, they are eoLwr E:.lui eltoly Doautlrul as they ore o thorrt.":c ally Accurate. The gbod cases are ,buoaooteed ffteen years. Seconds.-ou They S. made in Nickul, illver and PRolled iold. E?Not attempts to recommend Worth. lose Imitations. 'rics from 13/6 to £5 5/. Omeo and Repair Depot: WILLIAM STAEET, IL IN3EN E. 0ou AIDnIrOS I o Mesror. Stephens d Son, Drapery IYsrehouse, Burke Stret, Melboauris. LADIES I Do your Shoppie g by the PARCEL POST SYSTEM. SEND for Samples and Patterns. TAKE advENtae o our sneto., Albourn. and tVERY CHlEAP ItIICES. ý WE are Lare Importers, and you ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 9 November 1894

At 10 a.m. on 'hursday, theo 22nd inst.. Onmpboll and Sons nnd J. McNamarna and Co. Will hold an im-. portnmt horso saol in Shopparton. Thore will bo unlimited buyors,

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NEURALGIA [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 9 November 1894

HEURALCIA Is the first, surest and most reliable sign of nerve decay; it.is a symptom provided by nature to warn the sufferer of approach ing weakness and distress, though in most cases the pain is pirely local; the distress is constitutional and local remedies such as liniments, oils and meonthols only give temporary relief and do not do the* slightest permanent good, for they only act by deadening the sensibility of the affected nerve. The remedy to be of any lasting benefit must be tissue forming and nerve strengthening and must have general invigorating properties; it must also contain the material to restore the lost tissue to the impoverished nerves, 'and no remedy except Clements Tonic possesses thesewonderful powers. Clem euts Tonic has been used for thousands of cases by young and old of both sexes for neuralgia, sciatica and other nervous complaints, and we have never heard of a case where it has failed to give quick and prompt relief. Read the case of Mr. F. Duggan, Castl...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 9 November 1894

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THE NEW ERA. UNDEVELOPED SOURCES OF WEALTH. THE COMMERCIAL ASPECT OF BEEKEEPING. Lecture by L. T. Chambers, Bee-Keeper's Association. (Concluded.) [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 9 November 1894

THE NEW ERA. UNDEVELOPED SOURCES OF WEALTH. TuI COSMMEnRII.AL AsIEC'T Or' BTER SKEEINO. Lecture by L. T. Chambers, Bcc-keeper's Association. (Concluded.) Although much of our forest timber lhas been ruthlessly wasted, there remains many thousands of square.miles yet in -touched, i' compaiatively so.-. There' is, therefore, abundant room for development in this direction. Tlhere is no necessity in this climate, as in colder climates, to malke special preparations for long months of winter. In fact, in most parts the bees are able to fly and gather sustenance during our so-called winter months. In most parts of the States, except in Southern Cali fornia, it is necessary to pack away all hives of bees in cellars, that'they may maintain an even temperature of about 40 degrees F'ahlr. There they remain for five months, due regard being given to their food supply ; yet, notwithstand ing these precautions, very many are annually lost. This is a matter which gives us no concern here, entail...

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CUSSEN'S TATURA SALE ROOM. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 9 November 1894

CUSSEN'S TATURA SALE ROOM. The formal opening of Cusseo's sale room in 'Tatra, was celebrated on Mon day night last by a ball and supper, which passed off most successfully. 'The rooms are situate in Ross-street, adjoin big McElgu:'s 'Iritura HIotel, andl are of ample dimensions for the general market which will be shortly opened. The fine floor was recently completed by E. P. -Harden & Co., mud advantage was taken of it to invite the numerous friends of the firm to i ball and supper. The invitations were well responded to, anid not les thanl forty conlles were present. Mr and Mrs McEIlgtnn, with Mr Mthiaeul Ciuseni hal charge of the tarrangtinents which were a credit to them. The capu cions hall was beantiftlly decorated with floral and paintted devices, and Ilie floor' was perfoect for thanciug. At ihllf-piast eighlt the hall commeInced, and save dur ing ii short intlermiissio for sit per, it was kept ipi witll spiritil ti!il 4 li'cl:ek in ltme tmorning. Supper was laiI in...

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THE ROAD TO PROSPERITY. LECTURE BY MR M. KAVANAGH, (Concluded). POLITICAL ASPECT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 9 November 1894

THE ROAD TO PROSPERITY. LECTURE Iv? Mn At. KAV.NA(;n, (C'onclived). POLITICAL. ASPECT. Our agriculture department deserves the bhost thanks of the agriculturist, horticultnrist, and viticulturist of the colony for their progressive policy. Through the assistance and enicorage ment of the department our butter in dustry bids fair to be a great snlcess. The colony has been fortunate, not only having from time to time ministers in sympathy with the various industries, bnt' we have been extremely fortunate in having a gentleman as permanent head of tile 'department who is alive and abreast of any new developments that will tend to assist agriculture by collee ting and disseminating the latest infor mation in connection with the various industries. While recognising the services conferred by the department in tile past, it is necessary at the present time it should take a leading and pro gressive move forward. Never in the history of our colony wans so heavy a dulty devolving upon the in...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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COLLEGE JACK. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 9 November 1894

COLLEGE JACK. The scene opens on the cast coast of Van Dieman's Land in 1849 ini the wild but picturesque district of Fingal. At that time settlement is sparse, and the few free settlers are dependent on convict labor to de'elope their holdings. These issigned servants, as they wers called, sometimes committed desperate outrages, and the annids of Van Die man's Land are bloodstainerd with their history. A settler named Edwards lived in the district at Honeysuckle Creek with his wife, three sons anl laughter. The wife and sons leave on a visit to a dying relative at Campbell Town, and, during their absence, the convict servants at the holding of.one named Barrows, a few miles distant from Edwards' place, rise. and massacre old Barrows. The son, Tom Barrows, who is engaged to Mary Edwards, escapes, and accidentally the father of the latter discovers a night attack is to be nmade on his honmestead. tHe has only his daughter Mary to assist him, for there is no time to obtain, help. The ...

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