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AFTER SEVERAL YEARS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 28 October 1887
AFTER BEVFERAL 1EARS. SStoke Ferry; Jaiuny 9thli, 1884. " Gentlemen,-I have used Seigel's' Syrup for several years, and have found it a most effleAcious reomedy ifor? Liver complailts wand general debility,'and I, always keeps some by' ne, and cannot speak too highlyr in ;its, praise.-II re main, yours truly, " 'Harriet King.
AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 28 October 1887
AGKICU?LTUBAL.NGý il.. The rabbits ti t leten to take complete posseston of thecoontY, around Bilvreton, r N,S.W. The. abundance of gres and the ,mildness of the climate have caused them to Increase smaeregly, and the rabbiters are reported to be making more money than the squatters. The rabbit inEpestor for the district has got a busy time of it. Hereportsa that in his usual rounds be, last week, seonted and took delivery of 100.000 skins at tawker's Well, and 80,000 at Olenlyon, and the numbers are increasing every round he makes. His time is now almost wholly cocupied in counting shines. By next summer the rabbits will have so increased that unless some aotion is taken to estay the prcgress of the scourge, profitable occpation of the land will be impoealble. . Queensland,an'eolony that, a few months ago, was eonsidered •invulnerable to the attack of the rabbit plague, is now a victim. The rcdents have crossed the northern boundary of New South Wales, and are gradnallyadvancinothr...
FRAGMENTS OF FUN. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 28 October 1887
'FRAGMENTS OF FUN. A rsaut seaid: "One thing I don't like about caty folke-they be either so stuck up that yer oan't reach em with a bhaystack pole, or so blamed friendly that they forget to pay their board." "War is a small boy like a woman ?" esah a certain man to his troublesome wife No responre, " Because he will make a man groen,"said the aooundoemist. MAOISTsATr (sternly to tramp): The address yon give as your plane of residense is a vacant lot. Tramp: Yea, yer Honour; that's where I sleep nights. A Home Thrust.--iss Oronger: I'm soure, dear, she talked scandal the whole time she stayed. Miss Lovelock : Not to herself, dear, I presume? bHa Mother--He's a brute, my dear, bet don't cry. I gave you to him becasoe he reaid the knew the secret of making you happy. Daurhter-Well, he's kept his secret ad. mirably, 'Do you like men who flirt? she asked; and be, oncertato what to say, murmured:- Weil, it depends.' ' I do.' was her decisive answar; and that settled it-he agreed with m~a...
A WOMAN FROM AUTRIA. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 28 October 1887
A WOM\AN :FROM AUTRIA. NoNe thd villne .of. Ziillindort, in Lower Austria.: lives nlaria raas,' An, intelligent and industrious woman, whose story of ~Itysical suffeiing and final re lief, as related by herself, is of interest to English women. " I was employed," she Rays, " in the witrk of a lar -e farm Ihnlse. Overwork broughton sick head ache, followed by a deathly fainting and sickness of the stomach, until Ijwas unable to retain either' food or driiik. IJ was compelled to take to 'i?y hedi for several weeks. Getting a littleb herttr finm rest and quiet, I sought to do soma work, but was soon takeni with a p'ain in moy side,.whlich in a little lwhileh'?eemed to, spread- 'over ?iyy whole l;body, and tlhrobbed in my every limb. Thin was friends told me that my time had nearly come. and that I. cduld, not live longer than when the trees plut on, their green once more.- Thein I happened to getono of the Seigel pamphlets.., !iread it, and my dear-mnother bought 'mW sa bottle of Seige...
SUNDAY LABOUR IN GERMANY [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 28 October 1887
SUND&Ya-a. L&BoUR lE:hERANY, (nnow A ZaRMt sdOUoESPONDBImT OF TUu i A'A hort timeego the Home Office pub. lished the resulti. of ,tee nquiry which has been inade intoe the question of Sunday labour. This ovidunca is comprised in three large volumnes, making together over"a thousald :pages, and the informatioui it gives reaspeting German industrial quas. tiontl s of extreme importance. The inquiry lasted over a. year and extended to all branches of induetry as well as to all parts. of the country. i he reportof the oommission shows consclentious work Both aides of the question use fairly btated, and it is evident that.the commissioners have: not sought to establish preconceived notions of their own. An idea of the comprehensive character of the investigation may be gained I from the fact that, apart altogesther from the direct,:examination of employers (and workpoople belongiog to every breech of industry, the: evidence of nearly 400 co??' mercial and industrial resoc...
A REAL BONANZA. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 28 October 1887
A REAL BONANZA. First Man--Eureka I've strunk it at last. IL'. new invention. Millions in it I toeond Man-I don't take-much stock in patents. ' Yu, but this is a dead sure thing. It is a hand organ modelled alter the autumntlo race trck yoa see la hotel.. ' Won't pay.' ''ll have seem everywhere and will rake in bhousands of dollars a day. v?erybody who comes along will drc n - ogle into it.' ' Dropping ansosel lito it sltars it playing, I S1iu, tbta stops it.'
EVEN TEMPER. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 28 October 1887
EVEN TEMPER. Ii so'i no us isri umble, . lur It rloti, o rss tr frait' A mn won''t live no loserl iBy a glutm' sit uop?e. it'a the mtan of even .mper That I alle ee sure to win. An' thi nin tbsO&e slero kbisln' that Is ?otln' taken in. lbls hbg thsh's ller .qo e Iullo' Olto the smailest share of stop. As' sie man thIat'eslienelro wLt' Nov.r ra?me hal Cirop. As' el'en when a Ifller Oit a loks.' It bhi bhi thes mw tsat talked the louds Junr before bthe S?g begin.
CONSOLATION OF HISTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 28 October 1887
CONSOLATION OF HISTORY. Dame: "My dear, wears not the onlyones whose fortunes nave taken wings." Broker : "We've got plenty of company, that's ao, mud-" "But I was referring to the historic past. The paper says Jobn Auguetou, Marquis dt Medici, end the l?st of tbat illuatilous family, is now runuing a cheap wine cabaret oppo.ite hbe palsoe of bls ancestors in Florence.' " Medici f Moic? I dtun't emember hib." "Ob, they were an ol0, old familly my dear, and at one time the wealthiest on the glohe " "lWell. well. ,what did they go into, wheat or oudffe r
A FAITHFUL SERVANT. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 28 October 1887
A FAITBFULt SERVANT. One evening, not long aego,' there was arrested a gentleman of poeition and of cheery habits. The policeman -said he had found She old gentleman on the street very drnk.. The complaint was entered against him, but as be seemed to be able to gee about he was released on bis recognlzance and sent home in aback, which he paid for with great Alacrity. When hie c ae cme up in cour0 the only witneeee esummoned to prove his con dition were the policemon and the old family servant of the aoouned, a faithful and devoted retainer. The policeman had given his testimony, which was unqualifedly to the fact of the old gentleman'e inoozioetion. Then the old sert vant wa nailled to the stand. There was a mingled expression of indignation and deter. mination on his countenanceno.. He testified fltly, to the surprise of the court-room, that the old man was sober when he come bome. The prosecuting attorney proceeded to ques. tion : ," Y,? say that Mr. - was sober when he came home...
THE LADIES' COLUMN. NOTES ON DRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 28 October 1887
THE LADIES' COLUMN. I oTBeo-it-vas, i re * With . "th approach- of, o I soumer of weather, lare and rather low-orownedo hate Shave made their appearance, Leghorn being A oonuploaom among them. TheMseu re ually ,, trimmed with a wreath of bloesome, bat rd %@ they ae becoming only to very young le girls, they are no likely to be so s popular - ,the graceful lam and talle Sobapeau that are seen in so many of the ahop windows at preent. The tailor hat haa taken a new leas of life. In Its Stm Spliclty It ha only a straight ribbon band and a small bow, generally placed at the Sback, as its trimmtig ; but ts simple state is by no means molt in favour, Some of the mtos attractive specimens Show loops of w ribbon or a cluster of flowers in frot. and Sdrawn over the crown, and the decoration is i drapery of tulle, net, or orepe. The effdct Sis really pretty. White grorgrati ribbon, with a straw-coloured buttonhole Bnish Is in vogue for sailor hats, and mnakes a a mart trimming. A smooth band ...
VENGEANCE. [?] [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 28 October 1887
hbs VWNGEA U?J. . ' S(DWanH l Pa tes Sd Boldiers, hunters, so emiortnt ".Indian-all are drinking and brawling at se tbs fort. The Indians srinn deeply. but are or more qulet. They are the best behaved of the loL. lie, ddeanly the was a ory and a shot,, A te halfdmnkea scoo .has had a row with a redskla and fired upon him. He had the savage at a disadvantage. It wes a word and a shot, and as the crowd opens a little liI the young warrior is seen standing with one al11 arm across hle breast and a look of defianoe on on his face.- Hi other arm hangs by his ten side, broken by the bullet. tIla The redskin is more treacherous than the d serpent, but he never forgives treachery In a y one else. He recognises in the roonsr a ,old enemy, and he realises that the affair the was put up to kill him off hand. How his eyes snap I How his munsoles work I How oh, his chest heaves as the pain maddens him I ou He looks from man to man and back at his tle would be murderer, and then turns his back ce...
THE REMOVAL OF THE REV. FATHER KEARNS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 28 October 1887
TIIH'REMOVAL OIL TIIE RE9 FATHER KEARNS. (aIRoA a ioinREsRPwOcDE NT). Tlii. corrvtponiee wci r helld over .last week through pressureo aour space. '`:Wihen it becam l kniowh that the Rev. P. IKearns, who has been ii charge of the'Romahni;tholio mistion of Negant hie foriinany yearr ,wa seleout to be re moved ~>thCerie .was 5 ttCiersal regret. .t!iroughtot the parish;: anti' this' fielinu, 'O wijlely exptlesed in all parts of the' distiet, cumhnnated in a large meeting y of the rev. gentleman's congregation' I fbingu'ltel hey1:h Jin the school-room in hisd towitnhip'' Mr. A. Dohetty, who was.votel_ to the chair,_.,ery.feelingly alluded to the cause' of the gathering, aid p. inte~l out tie great-loss the people' sustained by the sudden and unexpected' redoi l- of tlheir -ihi??ly esteemed and: end~aredl' pastor, a circumstance which' he was sure all, amotgeat them' deeply regretted. 'Whilst deferring withimuch' respect to the authorities of the church' to whieh'they tbelonged, he co...
France[?] Wonderful New R[?] (NEW YORK EVENING POST.) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 4 November 1887
Irr? e a Wea4erful New RW .-, (NeW Tonic Ev?ENINn POST.) The Labehel rifle, thenew arm with which the French infantry will be supplied before' next sprins, is, according to all accountsa ft: wonder, and sevepral models of the gun which -t have been received here have exoited treat _' interest. The new rifle is known by the name i of its inventor, Lebel, and is smaller and lighter than the rifles now In use; the French soldiere call it "tne little ann." The most authentic descriptions given of the gun agree in attributing it to a carring power beyond that of any rifle heretofore in use. The models received in Nse York are not known to be accurate copies of the Lebel gun, and experiments with them are impossible, owing to the factha thepowder useedisasecret cm pound of which the French Government has the monopoly. According to all accounts the Lebsel gun will carry its bullet more than a mile and a half, with a more certain aim than has been poesible with ordinary rifles. The bore of ...
AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 4 November 1887
*AGRIOULTURAL .NCriU. It Is not every man that hbs the eourasg to spsak out his mind on publle questlops " The greater the truth the greater thi libel" is an old true maxim, and Mr. Johb Blyth, of Melbourne, foond it so when re fearing, at the show dinner at Geoloen recently; to the necessity of redoeing she number of agrioultural shows annoally held in this colony. The show held at Geelong lest woreek was not the most puooessful that has been held under the suspiees of that roeiety ; in fact, it was the worst repro. sentative agrioultoral exhibition we have yet en held in Goelong. Everybody knew it to be so, but when Mr. Blyth told the oom. mittee what he thought of the exhibition, he got no thanks for his trouble. People are beginning to recognise that .omethilg moust be done towards placing a limit on the number of etrieultural shows that are annually held in Vioeoria. A sum amounting to not lees then £20 000 per annum is frittered away in the shape of a Government subsidy to egr...
The Nose Must Go. (ST. JAMES'S GAZETTE.) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 4 November 1887
Taoe Nose must Go. (IT. JAMES'S oAZETrb.) The nose 4e, if we are to believe M. le Beo, a French savant, gradually losing its power to discharge its traditional fonctions in the' ose of the civilised peoples i and when the sense of emellvanishes altogesner as will infallibly be the tase one day, he tells us-the organ itself h bound to follow its example sooner or later. It is no doubt the fact, as he points out, that the olfactory sense is ever so much keener in the savage than in the olvilised man, and it is reasonable to conclode that lhe more we progress in oivilisation the duller the seone will grow. Its complete extinction, M. le Bee assaeasue, is a merequestionoftime, and ittis oertain that nature never conserves useless organs. When the nose loses its power of smelling, the nose "must go " Civililatlon to gradually making us bald (about that there can be no doubt whatever) and it will be a heavy price to pay for it iI we are to lose our noses as well as our heir If this ever h...
NO RESPECTER OF PERSONS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 4 November 1887
NO RESPECTER O P1ERSONS. A veron of qusality was one day wnikj tbrro"h a field -when a bull hiD in an undertone and made for him with ite head dwn'aitd 'horns in a position to raise him. He was a great official, a man of dignity and power and unatural pomnpoeito, but he ran. He ran surprieingly well. and he got to the fence firet. He clambered over. out of breath and dignity, and found the owner of the ball calmly contemolating the operation. "What do mean, ir?" asked the irate official. " Whnat do you mean by having an infuriated animal like thabst roaming ,ver the fields ?" " % ell. I upposetbhat the ball has some right in the field-" " Right right ! Do you know who I am, sir ? Du you know who I am 2" The farmer shook his head. " , sir- am General--" " Why on earth didn't you tell the bull?"
WIT AND HUMOUR. STORY OF A HIP-BATH. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 4 November 1887
WIT AND I?HUMOUR. STORY OF A HIIP.BATH. The wicked story i. going the sounde that a London admirer recently sent a diltin. guiehed Italian vocalist a presentol a British hip-bath. In the course of poet be received an acknowledgment, of which the following i" a literal translation : - " My De~rest Friend.-I have received and acknowled?e from the depths of my heart your prevent of Spretty boat. But, dear friend. I cannot sai; it on the lake without oar.. Please to send English oars, as Italian oars do not appear to be suitable."