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THE RACING. TRIAL STAKES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 22 March 1894

THE RACINC. TRIAL STAKES. Of 8 sovs. W..A. .. Ior all horses that have never won ll ad lvertised race exceling 10 sovs. in value. Five furlongs. Mr I. ill's hb c MAITLAND, 8.9 (trill) J. Stcwart's b g EcLIrSE, 8.9 (King) A. Turnley's b g II.1.T. 8.9 (Moore) 3 t Dead heat. Erin (Britton), Marngi (Edmnoid son), Glad Tidings (ltanley), amt Dandy (MNanmara) also started. Glad Tidings was the first to move off the mark, with H.H1.T. close up, and led by about three lengths into the straight, where she was challenged by H.H.T., Maitland, and Eclipse; this trio making the paceo too warm, the Undera mare fell into the rear. Mait land was running very strong against the rails, and, had he not been tunfor tunate in getting blocked when about a dozen lengths from lhonle, must have won the race with a little to spare. King, on Eclipse, made asplendid effort toatih-li- -it hT - -ft?iimlier; but the judge (Mr Minter) declared a dead heat for first place with Eclipse and Mait land, Il.H.T. being h...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. Melbourne, March 20, 1891. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 22 March 1894

MELBIIOUIINE GRAIN MARKET. Melbourne, March 20, 1891. II. It. C.AtrrT:t AN) Co. report;-rThera thas I en goolt tdcmnd for grain during the rcenk, and we quote? lue's in utlllr:-Wh-eat. --:;icrl. lrime, Os 1.?3 to 2s .11. Barley. --irm. Prime, i5 to As ld ; g.-xl,. 741 to I !di ; ldltn, 1um , ull, to i :td ; Cape, O2 to 2H dd. Oats.-Steady. Milling, In likl to nl 10)1d ; stout feed, In tt;d to Is it)?d; long feed, Is ald to tl 7;d ; Algeroias. Il 4d to ls 7.d ; l'ens.-Steuly, at la 9d1 to Is 9)d. Cl.lIf. Seitdy. Prime, £2 7s lh to .2 It's; inedian, ,2 2? Oil to £2 5s; tinfrml., aconlting to quality.

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AN ORIGINAL STORY. ST. VALENTINE'S PRISONER. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 22 March 1894

AR_ ORIGINAL STORY. ST. VALENTINE'S PRISO.N EFR. TT was the eye L of St. Valen tine. In a softly lighted room a young lady eat before a flicker. ing fire, think. ing of the mor row, and of its customs sand its follies. Her little feet rested upon the fender; her little head nestled in the cushions of a luxuriouJ " sleepy-hollow" chair; her cheeks were warm with happy anticipation, and her eyes were fixed upon the fickle firelight, as if they were reading a happy futurity. This young lady was Dolly Clyde. Her enthusiasm was not in keeping with her years, and was at least a century behind the times. Our young lady was twenty.four years old, and, having been a soeiety belle for five seasons, she should have outlived her sentimentality long ago. Besides she was a belle of the nineteenth century, and had nothing to do with those obsolete times when ladies looked out on St. Valentine's Day and saw their future hus. bands .beneath thcir windows. She belonged to an era when cligibli husband...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LADIES. Dress in Persia. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 22 March 1894

LADIES. Ircess. lit I'CI'.,ta. The out-door coatume of the Pcrsian women who dw, Il ia towns uI?eits of a sheet of cotton or eilk two and cne-half yards long by two nria ui.!e ; it is dyel a d(t p blue with i.di.:o. 'iile cha,/tr, or veil amonog the wenhht,, r: )y cost no much as five or six pounouo, an I nt.:o? the fashionable is often trimmed with a delicate, filmy fringe of gold thread upon three sider of it. Lhdy Habber. ton's invention of the divided hkirt has been the fshl!on among the Persian women from time immoemorial. It generally, among the mid.tlo classes, reaches just below the knee. The wualthy wear it conaiderably ahorttr, while the village women and the dtvellcra in tcult allow it to descend to their ankinp. VWhen aho is about to go abroad the Pert-itn v:oman puts on a couple of long, liilowt-c.e like b .go of long-cloth, dyed of soame cvry bight color, which are provided with nlp.ld tx?remit:ie, like otocking feet of t. e0r.:c matrc ial. Thoy are fastened at the wai...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AN AUSTRALIAN STORY. [COPYRIGHT.] WHO IS HE? OR The Indian Mahatma in Australia. AN AUSTRALIAN STORY OF THE Natural & Supernatural, CHAPTER III. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 22 March 1894

A .MPAUSTRALIAN STORY. WftHG;S lE ? OR SI dai a-:Matam in Australia. * AN AUSTRALIAN STORY / OF CTU ,Natural & Supernatural, LT EKXN24 THHAMILZON, M.D., F.R.C.S. ý": CHAPTER III. S..Th voice came from aman whoso Iend ap oared above the mouth of the shaft' from cwhioh the fosaickers had made such a speedy t:. They had been so confused at the olo occurence that they hadn't noticed the .indlaps, although- it was only a few yards from them;,and'the stranger entered. on the ~oeno without the smallest warising or core !moay. ` Jack jumped to his feet as it he had suddenly met with the business end of a tack. !Joo was over the :side of the mullockl heap in a couple of -strides, and they both were on the point of starting the "heat " tdown .the hill a second time when the straigd's vbice stopped them. r "'V'ait's the matter with you, you blanted fool.p:Did you never see a man before in your life ? " Surely thero was nothing terrifying in a man coinng 6ut of a shaft. If he did look q...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Some Bridal Costumes. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 22 March 1894

Solaue ,7ridrJ l Costuleses. Nearly all wedding superstitions refer to the bride. For instance she will be unlucky if she weds on a Saturday, or happy if the sun shines on her wedding; or again she will be unlucky if she look at herself in the glans after being fully dressed, or if she re. coives a present of opals; and she is threatened with a sudden and violent end if she tears her wedding veil. If the bridegroom in Ilis nervousness should drop the wedding ring, or not put it directly on the right finger, his mistake threatens future unhappiness, not for himself but for his bride. But these omens are innumerable, and at least equal importance is attached to the appearance of the lady an to her acts. She must " carry herself with bcooming grace, yet with shy maiden msodesty; her eyes should be down. east, and her cheeko either very pale or manot'ed with a blush ;" a few tears also are both proper and natural. The use of theb ring is almost as ancient as marriago itself. but the ori...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Wedding Anniversaries. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 22 March 1894

Il e'ldill g ALni,'c,?rstrica. First wedding-Paper. Second wedding--Straw. Third wedding-Candy. l.mrlth wadding--L-J3athor -Fifth wedding-IVoodon. Tenth wedding-Tin. Twelfth wedding-Linen. Fiftierth woddirg-Crystal. T,,entisteh wed.ding--Floral. Tw~vntst-l th weddinig--Silver. Tlhirtieth wedding-Peard. Thirty filfth wedding-China. Fortieth wedding-Coral. Fiftieth wedding-Gold. Snovntyflifth wedding.--Diamond.

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cooking Recipes. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 22 March 1894

C'ool.inse! ecipes. SonDA lBccurrs. -One cup of sour milk,ona large tablespoonful of butter or lard, one even tea?poonful of soda, flour to make a dough jivet stil" enough to roll. ,Mix as little as possible. If lard is used add a tea spoonful of salt. ClEa-P JonvNY CA?v.--One and ono-halt cups of sifted meal, one cup of sifted flour, two tablespoonfuls of brown sugar, ono tea spoonful each of salt and slda; add souo milk to make a batter about like cake batter. Bake in a quick oven. Rice Puneoa.--Two thirds of a cup of rice, nearly a cup of sugar, one cup of raisins, two quarts of milk, half a teaspoonful of salt. Do not put in the salt until the pudding is about half baked. Stir frequently while baking. Bake about two hours. c LetoN SAvoe.-One teacupful of sugar, one-half teacup of butter, one tablespoonful of flour, all well mixed together. Add also grated rind of lemon and a pint of boiling water. Boil five minutes; when ready to serve, equeeze into sauce juice of one lemon. TAP...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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Children. Four. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 22 March 1894

Four'. -- - The old folks are eittlog alone to-night, And thinking ct long ago, While the ruddy rays of the bright fire. light Fall over their looks of snow l Alone-and yet clustered about them there, Four dear loved faces they see, ted four sweet voi:ea are lisping the They lerned at their mother's lknee. the youngest, wee Florence, with eyes of blue, And tresses of shining gold, Was the first of the group to pass from view With tne boatman pale and cold; But eafe in the arms of their risen Lord, Tney know that she rests to-day ; W\uile their hearts are resting on Hisa sure word, And all tears a'e wiped away. The eldest and fflire.t of that lair band In his country's hour of woe, Fighting, he fell, in the sunny South land, Under the feet of the foe. P'hey know not the place where his body lies, But they know one day in heaven Tney shall find their ie,, with his loveslit eyer, And peace to their souls is given. The second to glalden their aearts and home, Bright-eyed and funloving F...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 22 March 1894

T ATURA MECHANICS' IN STITUTE AND FREE LIBRARY. ESTABLISHED 1882. THE PUBLIC READING ROOM open from 10 a.m. until 10 p.m. daily, also on Sunday afternoons, from 1 to 5, and is supplied with all the lead ing illustrated and other papers and periodicals, local and metropolitan journals. The Circulating Library contains nearly 2,000 volumes, works of the best authors, principally history, travels, works of reference, poetry, novels, tales, and sketches to suit all tastes. Subrcribers please note that Books are issued every evening from 7.30 to 8.30 ,, Friday afternoon Ifrom 4 to 5 p.m. Subscribers can join at any time. Annual subscription 10s. per annum to all. By order of the committee, LUKE FLANAGAN, Librarian. AMMUNITION ALWAYS ON HAND. F.B. MORRIS (Wthianiyyears prsitical experisnco in London and Melbourne.) Successor to P. Perry ; also late of J. W. Rosier. Gun, Rifle, & Revolver Maker. 863 LITTLE BOURKE STREET WEST Few doors from Elizabeth-street and opposite Cozens and H...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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KYABRAM. STREET DRAINAGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 22 March 1894

KYABRAM. --oo0:- (F'aoM OUti OWN COnnIIESI'ONI)ENT.) STREET DRAINAGE. This much vexed question is giving a great deal more concern than its import ance warrants. With somtie show of reason the councillors argue, " Whes we leave things alone, ou Iblamie us for "doing nothing, and ?when we do any "thing you say, we do it wrong." On the other hand, the natural disadvantages of the township call for particular treat menit, and thoungh a "M. de Lesseps" is not absolutely necessary, a little extra commnon sense, infused into the opera tions attempted, would be welcome, and, no doubt, would carry the desired reform to a satisfactory conclusion. Where soft earth gutters are the only mleatns of carrying the storm water off the streets, together with whatever of an offensive nature may be incorporated with it, there must of necessity be a way of progres sion and a definite destination, or stagnation in various situations is the inevitable result; and of this latter, during the late and previo...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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HEALTH. Two Medical Notes. How Drunkards Are Cured in Norway—Sterilized Milk. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 30 March 1894

HEALTH. Two Ledicah l Notcs. fow Drunkards Ara Cured in Norway Sterilized Milk. A man, who has recently been in Norway, describes the treatment of drunkards there. It appears that drunkards are treated as oriminals, in this sense, that the inordinate love of alcohol renders them liable to impri sonment, and while in confinement they are cured of the propensity on a plan which, al. though simple, is said to produce marvellous results. From the day thie confirmed drunk ard is imprisoned no other nourishment is served to him or her but bread and wine. The bread, however, it should be said, can not be eaten -part from the wine, but is steeped ;in a bowl of it and left to soak thus for an hour or more before the meal is served to the de linquent. The firet day the habitual toper takes his food in this shape without the slightest repugnance; the second day Sle finds it less agreeable to his palate, and vdry quickly hoe evinces a positive aversion to9it. Generally, the doctor states, eight...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Light in The Sick Room. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 30 March 1894

Light iat Tie Sick Rloom". Still a custom prevails, despite all 6or sanitary teachings, that the occupant of the sick.room in the private house should be kept at all hours in a darkened room. Not one time in ton do we enter a sick-room in the daytime to find it blessed with the light of the sun. Almost invariably, before we can get a look at the faco of the patient, we are obliged to request that the blinds suay Ie drawn up, in order that the rays of a mt ih greater healer than the most able physician can ever hope to be may be admitted. Too often the compliance with this request re. veals a condition of room which, ina elate of darkness, is almost inevitably one of dis order everywhere; foods, medicines, furni. ture, bedding misplaced; dust and stray leavings in all directions. In brief, there is nothing so had as a dark lick-room; it is as if the attendants were anticipating the death of the patient ; and, if the reason for it be asked, the answer is as inconsistent as the act. Th...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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Then and Now. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 30 March 1894

STrhlet (1crl NoIO. "My lenr,' said Mrs. Popperman to bea llsband h nlle evening, " 1 was loking over a hundleo ot ld letters tolday, andt I Ilund Sthis one which you wrolo to mell before we awere married, when you were young and senti. smental." \\'hat does it say ? " " I'll read It." "Sweet idol of my lonely heart : If Itbo wilt place thy hantl in mine, andl may, dear Slove, I' be lthly ,ridl,, we'll fly to sunny SItaly, and 'neath sofl, cerlnean skies we'll Snob ntald sinlg and dream of noaught but love. liuch and coolly paintin,,Cs by old masters shall adorn Ilte walls of thLe castle I'll give thee. Thy ball shall be or milk. A box at the opera shall be at thy command, and I royalty shall be thy daily visitor. Sweet strains of music shall lull thee at eventide, I and warbling bIills shall wake thee from thy r morning slumrber. l)ost thou accept. Say yes, r and fly with lmet." t "And I llcw," said tMrs. P'opperman. " But I it I haIl been as Ily as I am rww, I wouldn't Shave flown...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Advcatising Craze. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 30 March 1894

We used to view without namaze The worthica who were haot In ezcraorrltnary ways Upon ladertliement. All artificers they would trw, In floridl piros or verse, To fascinate tlh public eye, An d "sweat" the public pl)res aBut now it rouses our surprise, And loth r~;tr wit engage, To sec how Itrademell aivcertils in this lpogieasive age. Ilcre's Jenkins, who. to pullsh his sto of win', setrve hbiscits free, SWlhile Mllugingl runs Ia coach and four 'I'To advertise his tea I The baker has a band each day 'T, "pull" him with their notes l The clothier gives his hats away T'r' iadvetise his cans. AlI then the pIlhlican lapplies Free traills of IPllmlan cars, Bly asuc a mIode to nadvertise ilis whisky and cigars I The milkman lets a fountain flow Of milk into the street; The butcher hals ia cattle show 'Io aIdvclrse his mIeaLt I Utht nlUle Ihas such a lielce desire I.'r fame within thelir souls, As .lalnes, who sets his sihop o1 tlra To adIerltae (0l0 co,:ai I JA.sIte, AI..O?.A.DEn r EIIlTA...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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[?] REFLECTIONS OF [?] TIMER GAYBOY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 30 March 1894

I tiD nnEFI':CTION'S OF ::.- TIMER UAY. 1111. .*n toil her that he w:,. int a tvni.tynl mnl. rwas one ofthe lititr' 1t ,si --. l Martineer :i %ony ever hadi to dIt. Tli. !itlle break ,.a: in her voice wht :te said she had n, crf,|hnouiht hi tais, it riy,,d tn him a i [c,..tht, oif disa.,rolat ri~t I t il :1.r Cor infiIna hiarlt which ,ilcMd him feel a ,t he haId bL.a I'libllelr i call. 11 Ilnld been bank froml tie country a wolile week now, bhtl., try a hce would, ho Could not -et, thato I [n0tive note out of"liq cares. Ani het face, till, tIrlned '1,i in the lmonollight with i little look ofr d:itinice in the eyes, and a traitatooua quiiveringof tihe lipi,. ;oikl not leave his Itlental vision. He was sitting at his desk, and, after vainly rtliving to loto himiiielf in his work, abaiuoned himself to thoughts of his ouinlllcr a infamy. " Confound those lnewspaper men t' he raiid to hiuiiself. " 1 thonghi, she was only one of their ' slmmcer girls,' land tlht when nutumn canlc sh?e wo...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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A BOY'S DISCOURSE ON BABIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 30 March 1894

A £OY'i DISCOUrDS ON Ti \BIES. I 1 Nkt'.:n cat1tld Are t;,tt 1ie of lh:tla e, \\'o hnve o:ie at nelt1 house tlhat lno'an?s te luther, auni s'c tithinks everythiing of it. I chan't se ant thing- wtoldr.,:1 about it. All it, eau ado is to cry, and itull hair, anil kick. It. lh:t.'t Iht'f the ene "f tmy dog, antid can't. even :lii a c.at. )lather inild Sti iwonila It tico a 'ig, in the holleu, bitt thely are Alt:.ya t goiOi on abott the bahy, and tlsyill. "Ain't it lpetfeclly re'et !" The voi:t. tthi g :altll a baby is that von'ire Xl expecteld to tnke rcare of hiln, iltad lIhe you get scO:bled afterwardls. Folks say, • Here, Jinuny, jusit hold the baby n minutte, that's la c?,od boy" ; and then, as soon as you have got it, they say, " )oll't do that; jillt hlook thim i Tlhat boy wrill kill the Schil ! Hold it up straillt, you goaodfor. nothing little wretclh l" 'It'sLprettyv ard to do yoenr best alnd then be scolrled fnor it, but I that is the way hoys are treated. I'et hilll after I'...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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SOME LEOPARD STORIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 30 March 1894

I bOME LEOPARD STOIIES. IT may be rather a surprise to learn that there are not a few peole who deny the existence of a leopard. They call it a panther, and profess not to know what is meant by a leopard. It is, however, desir. able to consider their arguments respect fully. Horace wrote tihe line "Diversum confusa genus panthera camelo," and to the beat of my recollection this is one of the earliest instances in which the animal is mentioned as a panther by a classic writer. But this is not the whole of thecase against the leopard. A friend of mine is the for tunate posseosor'of the large folio entitled "Arca Noe," written in mediceval Latin by Dr. Athanasius Kircher and pub lished at Amsterdam, A.D. 1675. In this work Dr. Kircher, who was a very learned man in his time, has given separate pictures of all the animals that went into the Ark, and he has also presented to us tile portraits of the animals that were not taken into the ark. Amongst these excluded animals he places the le...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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AN IDIOT'S REPLY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 30 March 1894

AN IDIOT'S REPLY. /;' " How shameful it is that you should fall asleep," said a dull preacher to his drowsy audience, "while that poor croa. nure," pointing to an idiot, who sat staring ac him, " is both awake and attentive l " Perhaps, sir," replied the fool, " I should have been asleep, too, if I hal not been an idiot." The Warnifng.-Ministerial Caller: "I daresay everybody sees the handwriting on the wall at one time or another." Mrs. Domestiqus: "Dear me I How often have I told my husband that he ought not to let JlQDps?y bY lidq ppqoft q •T ? '?,v ? .

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A TEMPTING OFFER. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 30 March 1894

A TEMPTING OFFER. IN the year 1845 was brought before the Stewards of the Jockey Club one of the most peculiar cases over made public. Although the incidents related were enacted in 1840 the facts were not brought to the notice of the authorities until nearly five years later, or a different decision might have been arrived at. Mr. Etwall, the owner of the Melody colt (afterwards " Discord ") laid the par ticulars before the stewards, which were that John Day, junior, had informed him that previous to the Derby of 1840 (Little Wonder's year) he receivedan anonymous letter inviting him to meet a friend at the George Inn, Wincheter, on an evening named, and the friend would communicate something to him to his benefit. 11e was to ask at the bar for Mr. Webb. He, Day, not knowing how best to act, kept the appointment, and Mr. " Webb " appeared in a cloak domino, coloured spectacles, and heavy false moustache. After the introduction the disguise was removed, and rovealed Mr. Crommelin, a...

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