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PUBLIC MEETING AT TATURA. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 4 November 1887
PUBL?O MEETING AT TATURA.. A large and representative' public. meeting was held in the Mechanics' Institnte, on Friday evening last. Mr. J. D. Loie, J.P., in the chair. The ineetidg'wse called'for the purposeof: considering w*ht steps should be taken it'l'jet the Iraniftiitly uinfair action of the, HailwayCommiaioners" in reducing Tatnri and suroendings to one train per day on Saturdays. The action of tli Co?inissioners, it. -ii ,r ei, was owing to the farming cemn?iii U?mgring their 'representative, Mr. ihackel, fo w mnarket trAi ti behooshai -Mant otf4h speakers depreciated tlhee ction of Mr.? Shacl?ell for the part ha had takes in the matter. Although the meeting wal not avere to the tarkat train, iey thought it hard indeed to be' deprived of their leltter and papers,' and ways and means of, getting to the' metropeli,* through the stapid whinme of a few ind terested persons at the other. end of thli line. It was decided that Messrs. Hiotr. D. Gillies, M.b.A., and Hon. W. le Winte...
Scrap. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 4 November 1887
cranp. It takes the tusk. of 50 000 elephants a year to supply the world'S piano kphy, and they must die that the piano may Groan. It is too sorrowful a theme to reflect upon. Ten pound. sterling was the amount allowed to each of our principal consoul shroad with which tn illuminate their noneleates on the occasion of the Queen's Jubilee. Krupp. the lately diseased master of the famous run works at Essen, to to have one monument erected to his memory by hic workmen, and another by the municipality of Essen. It ie reported that a marriage is arranged between the Duke of Marlborough and the heanutinl Mrs. Adair, of Rathdoce. Queen's County, one of the largest landholders in the world. M. Pasteur is now the Baron von Pasteur,if he chaoose to assume the title-the Austrian Emperor having conferred on him the Iron Crown decoration, which includes such a Waterproof bricks. suitable for submarine work, have been invented br a man in YrmaRnchi, and measures awe being taken for their producti...
KYABRAM POLICE COURT. (Before Mr. Wyatt, P. M., and Messrs. Allen, Lancaster, and Forge, J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 4 November 1887
.K.YABRAMn POLICE COURT. (Before MrW yatt, P. M., and Messrs. -'A|len;,Lancaster, and Firge, J's.P.) : . Hugh Ryan v. Patrick Fitzpatrick Oi|ans, etc.,.8 1is. Order for amount; 'iate 1Un. • Patrick.l Fitzpatrick " v. T.. Ryan W~i'k lnd lab our. dne, i£23 2s 6d;'dis pul'd as ti how..muclh per acre. ,_Verdict fort 8'6a 6d, 6 19as: being :paid int. court. Mr. .M'Guinnes for plaintiff, :antil Mr. Un. for defendant. J. Shelton v. it. Trevaskis--£10 work Maidti aImr 'done, clearing "Itld; disputad as plaintiff brtoke a fence; ordlier ft r} f if ittIes (25s~fyr daiagep ; ;each part??t ?py et own h'cost. Mr. Orine Itr1 i? itiff,'.and Mr. Arryle' for ide Hugh Ryan v. J. Spiers--oodls,, etc.,ý L15t u 4d order;'cu }fo5amiunt. '2 16 d c s ts, . . + - . , . . Constable .Keegan v. J. Kavanagh Using obscene languagei within hearing of a publih'place. Fined '£5, or 21 days' iunprisonment;.the stitie was paid.l Same' r. Edward EJ.hoase--arrying firearms on'i Saniday. iPnIeddo4s: or 14"d ys' i eisnnm...
THE HOUSEHOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 4 November 1887
THE HOUSEHOLD. STEWED MACARONlI -Hll a pound Of 'pipe' or ' straw' maearoon, one cop of milk, one tablespoonfnl of minced onion, one table. spoonful of batter, balf a cupful of obhese. pepper and salt to taste. bit of sods in the milk. Break the maoaroni Iuto short pleaes, and cook about twenty minutes in boiling waler, sailed. Meanwhile heat the milk, dropplog in a tiny pinch of sode with the onion, to the scalding point. Strain out the onion, drain the watser from the macaroni, and put the milk into a saueopan. Btir is the butter, cheese pepper,r and sale, and finally the macaroni. Cook three minutes and trn ionto a deep dieb. CusrAnD Ea?s -Pat the washed eggs in a saouepan of cold waler and les them just coma to a boil; then take them up. Or, lay them in a hot tin pil, cover thebm with boiling water, put the top on the pail and leave them on tho kiteohe table for four minutes. Drain off the water, poor on more boiling water, and replace the top. Wrap a hoa towel abhot she pail an...
THE LADIES' COLUMN. LADY LOCH "AT HOME." [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 4 November 1887
THE LADIES' COLUMN. IT VIVA. LADY LOCH "AT ROME." The Governor and L4iy Loch held a bril liently onecesiful garden reoption on Friday. The beautiful grounds of Governmethoau:se oever looked more inviting for promanede5. The lawns were brightly green. ann the flower beds were cay witn esIaret irieo and arimson, white. and yellow rose. Every yet .here recoueiot,ea eem larger and more cruwded. Vititors from Sydneoy and Adelaide helped to make up the throng of enles thot coveted the lawn in front of Ovtramet hbose, dispersed about the garden and filled tihe State hal?roon. A alorione spring dra made the entertaioment thoroughly enjoyahle The brisbt mnshne upon thegroupo of gaily. clad visltors that covered the lawn, and formsea iharmonies and sympbhoies of colour. 'Tn= aomber of red parasols ceaied lent on "rdditioonl brightness to the scene. LAdy Loch boaen to receive hb? visitorse boot 3 o'look, and at 6 carriages were e'ill'leaving the grounde. Among the fashionable throng were Lord ...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE PRODUCE REPORTS. Thursday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 4 November 1887
COIEBCIAL 'INTELLIGENCE PRODU@E REPORTS. -Thursday evening. SMeusrt. . Williams and Co. reportc Wheat Be6d per bushel, oats, 2s 6d, per bunnel.. The following-are the eins?gnes now, yin gat Tatties iraWway stations I Q. ! ';Taylot t?lkyard, '?ltiunte\ and , Williams. and Co., Scott Bros, Baieley, Hogan, Unitt and Co., Walshe, W. Ryan, Wotton. Parcels-M'Elgunn, Wilson and Groves, Lansley. I truck pigs, 8 do.sheep, Msa J. .M'Na?nara and Co. tepott i--At. Tatura, on 19th October, we mustered 231 eattle I-eattle showed no advance on last months prices. We sold for Mr. Glenny, 6 seteers A 12s 6d; Mr. Warren, cows,Gi17sl Mr. Phemistkr. 7 do.; L 19s ; Mr. Duguld, 7-do., 1 Ii.s6d; Mr. Pogue, 2 bullocks, L6 s : Mr. Cullinan, 12 steers and heifers, 12 Mr. Pagan, 6 cows, L6 6s 6d ; Mr. Barge, 8 ballocks, L5 19s 6d; Mr. Farrell, 8 cows, L8 ;. Mr. Teese, 7 cows, L s9s 61 ; Mr. Southon. 6 steers and heifers, L5 7es; Mr. Maidment, 9 do. L4 12s; Mr. Ford, 7 do, L3 10s; Mr. I.eydon, do., L8 Ba 64 ; ...
HON. H. H. WARNER. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 4 November 1887
HON. H. H. WARNER. Men, who in a successful career have acc* mulated colossal fortarie, have arrested th eye* oe the whole' civilized world. Average men stood aghacs at the spectacle of a sinRle individual raising himself by his own energy: determinatllo, aod . perseverance to . uch positions as those occupied by, the Rothe. childs, ihe Vanderbilts. the Jav Gould., and she Bononza Silver Kings of the univerpe. Men who reach the heights of all hum. ambition are naturally heroes ot poor fellow craturee, who are slowly toiling their way to the same goal, if within their capacity to reach it. The position of El El. Warner to. day is one which evokes at once the admira. tion, respect, and in numherless inetanrpei, the gratitude o a whole generation?'of Lst' H. H. WARNER civilized portion of the human family. The rise, the astriioles and the ultimate osucces of H. 'H. Warner, of Rochester, N.Y.. is a signal case in .miut. Tai. illutrioue man, whose irreproachable nanie is a hboaeehbold wo...
The Wife of Haroun A[?]chid. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 4 November 1887
The Wire of Hisreun Alrascht. We (! St.James'sGazette') havelong. bes accustomed to the thought that Alexander's dust may come to stop a beer-barrel; but it is a little startling to be informed that the veritable tombstone of the haughty Lady Zobeyda, obief. wife of Haroun Alaschid, the " good" Caliph, should turn up in or near Baker 'street. All readers of the "Arabian hights" are familiar-it so ruh a term inay be used-wilh the stately and jealonus:lady who kept Haroun n msuch order au he was capable of, and put naughty slavegirls into cheste, and other wise made hernelf domeatloally unpleasant in spite of her name, which means "'Little Butterkin." in allusion to her aoft plumptnee, l)r. Hi pern, it seems, was the fortunate discoveror of this precious monumont, which lay nPgleaoed in t'r ruined ttmbof Zobeyda outside Bagdsd, sod he prudently rescued it from probable detruoli,,n by briogingt it to London. Artsticaolly there is nothing ootable in the ounne or ineoription; but as an h...
MAX O'RELL ON SCOTCHMEN. (PALL MALL GAZETTE.) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 4 November 1887
MAX O'BELL ON EOOTOHMEN. (rArLL MAiLL .azemE.) Max O'Rell agrees with Dean Rsmsay in Aenying the truth of Sydney Sumith's dictunt about the surgical operation. He even goes so far as to pronounce theSootch " the most witty" of all the inhabitants of the "more or less United Kingdom." And he-nut only says it, but he proves it-in an amusingly nalf fashion. The Scotch have appreciated Max O'Roll's lectoree better than the Eqg. lish. They know a witty thing, that is to say, when they hear t.:-- Q.B.D. Next to their wit, what seems to have pleased him most about, the Scotch is their democratic opirit. "In Scotland," he says, " even the beggars have none of those abjeot mannere that denote their -class elsewhere," and he illustrates his point by rather a nicae story: "I remember one in Edinburgh, who stopped me politely, yet without touching his cap, and said: ' Yo look as if yen had had a good dinner, sir:; won't you give me something to buy a meal with?' I took him to a cook-ahop and bo...
A Queer F[?]h. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 4 November 1887
A Queer ish. The president of the Board of Poiioe Caorm. missioners, United titates; fishing in Mon tauk Bay lately, hauled up a long black fish that weighed over four pounds. The peon. liarity about i wuas that its head was flat sad corrugated like the sole of a tennis shoe. By means ot hbis flit head it dabs itself against the side of a shark or other large fish, and sticks there; and thus mikes its. voyages Into the deep waters.
A Family Party at Copenhagen. (ST. JAMES'S GAZETTE.) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 4 November 1887
Aily Party at Copenhalge. .(sr: a nue's aAzarS") Accordlog' t the latet, estimates, the land on:the surface of the globe' has an area ot abont:5S,00 000 square miles, and s? p ports a.populatlon of 1,400,000,000 souls. it f e t Illidg'to :?efleo' that there i ..a reseonable protabitity,'that before many yearghball aveelapeedl nearlyone-third of the world'e" saperfloee, oand'- considerably more tbhanirone' quarter of the world's popdlation. " will be ruled by the direct descendeint of the. Royal couple who are now entertaining a family party at Copenhagen. King Christian of Denmark is at present Sovereign of about 90,000 square miles of territory, and more than 2,000,000 p.ople; his eldest daughter' motaer.in-iaw, nQeen Victoria, has an empire of nearly 8,500.000 eq are miles, with about 305,000,000 inabitantes; his son-ionlaw, the Czar,is lord of some 8 000.000 square miles of territory and about 108 000,t000 people; and his son, the King of the Hellene., roles dominions extending t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 4 November 1887
A prplexing dlmolIy overcome DUNMTONI BAIMOMA lg the best aperduS medicine fur childrn and I taken most readily by them. It will aoue billous ever and all the ailmets to whloh bildea' are subject. For stomach and thred worms this esdlolae bh proved Invaluable. Ask for DUN I?ruNl'8IAMOBA. Of all obhemset. al I and is per botile.-IA3WT1. Travelling In !outhern Italy. By inkeepeva, rab-driven, boatmen, and othera of a similar cll,., the traveller is regarded as their legitimate prey. Deception and impol"tion are considered very venial offences, and they regard slucess in .these arts as a proof of superior sagacity. Now, so Se not wish to deceive you, we toil you at once that this ils an advertisement, and you may leaveoff reading right here if you choose. Dankl and Snon'apump, water liftelr, and irrigatlen plant are poeiively as good as can Wb got. I yon do not know exactly what you want, write as particularn, and we will advise you; .42 only, Boatke street weat,-(AD'r.) The Rac?.u IM3...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 4 November 1887
MURRAY'S FLUID. MAoGNEIA Is p?aolse? yI benelolalJas a pleasing sedatlveoanf spetsfi i "nL ases of Irrtatioa oand soldity of the stomaolh, pa. tiiltarly during pregnasny, feblle compldate, In f"ntletdl.rders, or sea ltknoes It speedily removem.. hesilburn, amod iuootatlons, or lrreulsa digestion. Is nover faIlsto comipoe the stomach it a few minotso fetar cy'eoveaie. Al a lotioo for thbe mothi rl sweetens the breath, and the Maeuelia clears the tooth from tartar. MURRAY'S FLUID M&ONESBJ . almost lsvuably eucooeed Iln ramoving the sgpam. hedadsobe, and gastrlo coaghs to which delloast pereoes ae subjects from aoldliy of the s om?o?b OAUIION.-PIuse observe the signature of ths? lovrntor on every label. Bold by all chemlst OOKW, TOMPBITT and Co. Melbouorne, ole Whoat. sale Agents for Victora.-(Auow) " Banglo I n ove at olcaeool used your Cordial Balm of Lquorloe. I ooonsder It my duty to: give my teetimony to its wonderful'emfeacy for oouthns sa olid. With the Balm of Liquoreli...
A Twillght Dream. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 4 November 1887
A Twilight Dream. The we.dlud inane wsa calm and ill;: A.n sftly fell eIs. meIbbg ibids; And fetUer I. lgicu ihe leuuhblnr. rll, 9; f llwurv bank and ilotey glde. "", , ItWe spops ot live, of magre of bdaie.i Uw~hudored bvp tiu? o'ilob; One witisen waiihid oUr lirse faud klee. Ihh i elnle star looked from ..n high. le . nted cem and peeDnitirtui, 'ttb'3Vi~tui.*CilFrfUOrlr'e F 3g .:ý.. Wu pret a I-periipis " eeifit prey,-r -Our future mi;ht be like this sar. * h.dIheidlpdeed oeeeeeejceetiheMa*, fi. ""' " Inowkraindgladdi ucheeoed~yyv i '" " ." ALies Iltyid, Ce.; sigh hopt. ms... And dmimo pt ciuueu. b, erotrl hutlS Abouv,;b iiit of eeeninhWOwe. And lends me Mr tius br'keu dream Tbnthtfrveetlov,- ht tlill'bi close. C hi. hibb't. g muic wcke thu eteam. Hug' t hretud . hi the lrry tream., As Is I te y beam. though olcuing glooma they tatt o'er s loeo heart ii puls. And shins above the lovod'oes' tomb. P.JL
The Value of Reticence. (SPECTATOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 4 November 1887
The Value of Retieace. (sPorCATon.) The East was alwayq reticent, and valued reticence. The Went " unpacked" his heart with words, as Hamlet says. Dr. Newman spoke the true wisdom of the East when be wrote: Plu as thou thy w.de ; thethtroghts control Thiao'.r the. swtl aod h0on ,, they will eondee*e within shy smil, And ehrseeno pu.pom atmrog. But he who les his fcn loga nun In roll toxntau hfiI s• Shnonk when bare sereics maot be done, aiao fints ativery woe. The feeling that it is better not to speak at all than to speak lightly, is -one which has always proceeded from the cnviaction that utrerance of all ortse has somerhinug olemn in it which should imply a steanfant purpose, and not a mere vibration of the nerves. In an are of prattle anid gossip like ours, tbhis conviction hai almost disappeared. But natural serlction itnelf is bringing it bock, for how is there to be any dilcrtmination between one kind of vehemence and another, unless we diatingoich, however roouhly. between t...
A Sparrow Lynched. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 4 November 1887
A ISparow O Lynced. The sparrow's Intelligence and sense of justice must have considerably increased in his exile, if we are to believe the Parkers. burg (Virginia) correspondent of the " eNr York Sun," who sends the following extra' ordinary story to that paper, which, how' ever, emacks too strongly of the * oose*' berry" and sea-serpent type to be a valuable addition to unatural hilstcry :-" TheEuglieh. sparrows, which have driven off all other birds, and taken possession of every niche and corner about the court.house of this city, publicly executed one of their members on Tuesday, in plain view of aqreat number of citizens. A family of birds were building a neat under the cornice in an angle of the budiding over the door of the sheriff's office,r when another bird, a pugnacious cock sparrow quatter, undertook to take possese sion. The noisy fighbt attracted the noticeoof the deputy.sheriff and prosecuting attorney, who tell the following story : Thte plucky claimojumper way driv...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 4 November 1887
PR. ,I, BOILDING AbS?lIATIORi OfriON: 64 COLLI-? StR0 et AiRA . Subeorlbed oplII ' .- - £41000O Pald up mad cooroed apital - 170.000 1 2tul lnoome lam year - -• 451,I09 'This asocatlon has paid ie sbauholdere 10 perr ceo, per annum for the pst 1p yes.s. IINTUB2T1 ALLOW3D on DPO6SIT8 or Is? mouths, 4 per cent. per annum 'For munths. 6 per oent per annum. SAVINGS BANK BRINOH. De)po)on lo thie branobh will be paid 5 per anoe per annum upon their daily balance. 188U0 of /d Pl/31D SHARPS. S,794 of them shlares have now boe tooIud, naoaa-i'· whena the number oaches 00 000 theb, PUSgN I &BRUMIUM of 6e. per aba WILL be' h AIBSD to si, 6d. bThee Ibanbuse on paid uno to l, or by monathlyp nealmenaeao ls. per sham" JOB NIMtO M.P,J.P., Prmldook JAMEB MIRAMS, J.P., 8eat muy.
Long Lives. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 4 November 1887
Lneag lves.. Tbhe Russian olaO?i " Gazette fInornalie particul er of no lees than naven emarkble oasl of longrevity in the province ol, AltrLakhn. They are ab the moir en. treor dinary from the fact ibat AltrLkhan is con allured to be a very unbealbhy distriesL The followilg pessoe of the peasant clau died in'' that proviolce lt year. all being mnor than 100 )eea of ae :-John Thoolirf, 10.' ea? , of thle vil?ge of Ptlhbib D;ori1 Abolyaoinoff 105 jyre, of the Cosblok ettlem1ent of Krunoyornk Simou KbLkoff;. 110, of the village of Ikrian; Jesey Livsenko and Oyril Theatshenko, of the villages of1 Foodornfka and Vladlmlroflk respeotively., both 110 yeren; John Boolkoff, of the viPige of Jorgovia, 114 yeus; and Aodlow Noobo.. penky, of the village of tKlolovo, 120 yase old. d - .:
TOMATOES. (ST. JAMES'S GAZETTE.) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 4 November 1887
TOMATOEB. '.'(T.,JAMIES'S GAZETTE.) "Apples of Paradise I" say the Germans.; "love.apples.'" bay the English and Italians eVby. '.love', apples. who has ever cx 'plained?.whilel toe Paradlelan theory has its reason' There exist old prints of the sixteenth century in Germany in which Eve is represented on tiptoe trynlg to reach a bough of tomatoes twining round a' very tall" oak; and certain Teutonio doctors of that age have affirmed that ibis Paradlee. apfel was none'other thin the apple of our fate I There ace two modes of adapting the use of the tomato to man-the hot and the cold. For theslatter the Spaniard is supreme; but the Proveogal alone knows how to dreass it hot. The people of Bordeaux (where all the women arc hborn' cooka) imagine they can supply you with a dish' of stuffed tomatdee. It s a mistake. Firstly, their soft, often hazy, 'south-wostera climate does not furnish the fruit; secondly, they have not the oil ; and, thirdly, they have not the " trick" of it. ° No I th...
A STORY OF THE OXFORD SCHOOLS. (TEMPLE BAR.) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 4 November 1887
:An l1c1t 'ot OF- ' HE OXFORD. S' 80i00LS.. (TExMPE zAN.) - A sexaminer?, who prided himself on his ,,nbrewdnes?, was determined that he would mk make ltl posslble for any copying to take place under bhi supervision. Accordingly he ant only kepia very charp and oonstanl watch upon the onadidates, but peered at 'themii fro n time to time between the fogeir -of bis hands spread before hin face.. At last be tbought he detected a man in esomething wtIch looked very uaspicious. Looking rom i °e to side to eaisfy bimeelf that no one observed him, the man plunged his hand into his breast pocket, and drawing something out, regarded it long an steadfastly. and then, hastily replacing It resumed his pan and wrote with obviously increased energy. The examiner pretended not to notice this, but alter a.time he roce 'from his. seat, and with his hands in' his puckets strolled round the room with an appearance of neg igenoce and indifference to what was gcing on. By these means he enoeeded in disa...