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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 4 November 1887

Birth.       HEFFERNAN.- On 31st October, 1887, at her residence, Tombulen, the wife of   the Rev. B. Heffernan, of a son.

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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FRAGMENTS OF FUN. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 4 November 1887

FRAGMENTS OF FUN. A Viking on Modern Fashion.--Eut.coas fisherman, glaring at fashionable young lady : " What does t'lass went wi' yoo bonstla for? It aren't big enough to imotgle tbihugs, and she can't steer herself wi' it." Form.-Pahlic school boe (to General Sir George, G C B., G.S.L,. V.C.,. etc )ý: I eay grandpapa, would you mind nust pulting on your hat a little straighter? Here comes Codgere-he's awfully particular, and he's captain of our eleven, you know. " Muftl."--?aterfamilia (flurried) : Oi, please, will Mr. Charkle come to our house directly-the soot is falling into the nursery, and--. Mrs. Charkle: Certainly, m'um. Leaetways my 'ushand ain't in black hiseelf to-day, m'um, but I'll send somebody at once, m 'unm I A Washington avenue boy was left with a neighbour whtlet his parents went to see a parade and overheard the following noesip about them. " It was a love match. They are a most united couple. After all the light way li to marry for love- " Here the boy interrup...

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The Kyabram [?]nio PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 4. 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 4 November 1887

PUBLISHUD YVBRY WPIDAY.? FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 4 1887. ,,Through pressure on our space we are compelled to hold over a corresponid ence by "Wanderere re ,Mrs arcoee the lady evanegalit : .. i. Tbe.iR.O. Sprin r ing caia i drawing to a close and can, be considered eqdally, if-sot more successful thir, any. of its predecessors.:, The Dsrbly"iind Cup for 1887 Jhas been run. and won, and the bookmakers have added a feot more thousands to their credit at the expense of the gentle public. Very few tipsters were as successful as "The Novice," the new sporting writer for this journal. For the Derby, he placed Tranter, 1, Australian Peer, 2, and Abercorn; 3; the result was Australiah Peel'calne in first, with Abercorn se 'cofnd.L Incthe Cup race i'Novicd'ichose 'fo'r oit1 of i'tweinty:five horesa (tihe number remaninig :.in'the) race at the time of his selecti?g) to supply the willner, viz., Silver Prince, Silvermine, 'Algerian and iDuillop, and out oif, this 'qitartette cameni the first and' sec...

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RODNEY SHIRE COUNCIL Monday, 31st October, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 4 November 1887

RODNIEY SHIRE COONCIL Monday,; 3tst Octbber,18 8." Present-Cir .Bro'(prenident), f3BldWin,' Cneus sna t, ' Drum, Hogan,; Lancaster, :,Pttersnoi,,Wis lin', and 'the engineer and aecret.ry;Mr Rooneyl The ,,iriihTie' of thl, previousu' meeting were :Ha d sat don co rm . : : ,:, PPaTITIO1iRa .. . " A pehti, n,was .read from Undera and -North 'Miooreopna praying that the Council req~feet the pontlmeter-General to have the dailyimail through that district ohtliri.ed.- Motion. coawarni aiebu sc. - From the town clerk of Footeoray re imblic meeting held at. Iootarory pro testing agaitlst granting free railway asss C 'to :;aI,~ menmbers of Parliamett, and. asking the cod-petation of the tourcil to'ptevent such privilege. Cr Cauienn"said dtis "countil was pla?ed in a delieate position, if they cooperated in this matter it amounted to a censure bn their-representatives. The toon nillors generally, 'however were bf the bpinion that if they iere Ih the wrong they should not be considered.-Motion...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 4 November 1887

E VlOlBItA!L2" lth) 'C PA'Y 'I MIT&D 4 COLLINS.UEBR'S 1ASTI! , c ass p r, p 1,000,000. labacuibed, " O58,000.- Pald.ap;, l00,C0.' Baserve Fond, £70000. DIRECIORB: Han. M. I. Datrs M, P. William lBowen, Esq., ..k. John iodle Esq. Robest Inlles, .sq., J.P. INTEREMW ALLOWED on DKPOSITI 0 pers at per anumo for yea I Payable hallt S . *. 101 months yarly. ,. .* S . FREEHOLD PROPsBT E8 In Moliourns and Subusbs . UB. OABED.. MANSION BITES and. ALLOTM?UBTS For BALr In all the Leading Boburb. ,- ., o- .as sub?. i + JAMES 8. 330a00, Manager. GEORGE FETHrERS? Se? ebtary. OFFICES: 7 CObLLIae StREET WIBt,'~.( ,.MLBOUtIaN . . Ca ma.. i" eny Francis, Eq J., Bo.o ? 'istreet east Vice. Chairman. cunclllor John Trner, louth Yarr, Vlc? Ob?lr Willliam Collie, Morq., Brlghton. Franci ClOlk, Eeq., Alphlinton. ., olOnclllor F. +. Britten, J P, F.ltroy. IJame Moore, tlq, J P., Oaedrldoe roid. John Ballln, Manaoingl Director; 7 Colln 'street SOLICITORS: "". Measre. Fink nod te, Oolllne street east. ...

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THE SCAPEGOAT. PHIL ROBINSON, IN "ST. JAMES'S GAZETTE.") [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 4 November 1887

TH . E 'APEGOAT.. mrttL ROBNs0oN, IN " sT. JAMES COAZETrY3. There is much that contents me in Holman Hunt's picture. The debauched'lookinf, top eared old goat, sick to death; with it. poor .halting feet sinking at each step through thecrisp, thin cruetof acid slkali, it a yrneeome beaset enough; and the dreary merge of the asphaltic lake satisfies the imacination. Tempted by the glisteonin level of the water, it has tottered downfrom the rocks only to find itself mocked, the waters bitter, and itself a doomed thing. Aflr off it saw some green stuff ; but. coming ,earer to nibble, found its parched month tilled with venemouely.punaent euphorbia, an shocking to the taste as those phantomc apples that Milton tells us Satan and his rebel hoset raven after and eat once a year. inrstinct, so often dangerous to. besets, will keep it chained to that dreary shore, and the hope of the water sweetening by.and-.by will tempt it onward step by step; but Iona before the circuit of the tea is acco...

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LIKE AND UNLIKE. CHAPTER XXXII.—'ONCE IS A WIDE WORD.' [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 4 November 1887

LIKEL AWND NLIK-E. B:U.3E. LBiADDOW, . Anthar od Lady AddloY's Beort. Etc. Ca XsXXII.r-'- O.CE IS A WIDE WqRD.' ' Mr: Baddeley stood on the threshold of her door,1witohing.tilt the opposite doore olqMeO oupon iValentine's mother, Then she went ,hardaidlybaok to her dlningroom, andlooked Sat iheeloack. . '" S A-qnerltr to sfx. More than two hours hbetdrthe start of the Continental mail;' abh Scaiolated.: If they left Ohadford early thit Somoing they must be inLondon now-at his Shoaue; perhaps. The satest place he. would * think.:, SShe kept her Bfger on the eleotrio:bell ,ill •b -pags'wea in the room. .. .. . . : S'Get'me a hansom direatly, and aeon iPaukr to me,' she sald. Pkerk: wasn her. maid, with whole uassistane abe changed her flowing Geelsin robe fornl rim tailor gown and a little toque ,to match in less than ten.minutes. She was siatid g in the oab before she had finished Sputtingon her glovee-alltiog with reodlaote brows and elenohed teeth, driving to Park . *ane. * ' * 'I ...

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THE GOLDEN HOPE. A ROMANCE OF THE DEEP. I dreamt a dream that was not all a dream.' CHAPTER XXII.—SMARTLY MANAGED. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 4 November 1887

THE GOLDEN H OPE. A 110PANCE OF THE DEEP. Idresmta dream that wwn not all a drea.' Br W. CLARE RutssC.. Ctlt TE. XcI.I.-S3IAU'TLY, MANAGED. The, early mosuLpg. sun .flashed joyously. Toe trade clouds, masses of soft white vapour, every one of them as full of fanciful shalpes as glowingcoald 'are'of faces, poured with a certain.slowness: that rendered them majestic, out of'the'horieoh'; the sea looked to have innumerable tints with their shadow, ine ; the deep was a datrlblue,. rolling in white-crested waves.' out of -whose liquid doants a swarm of flying-fish would sparkle in a glittering shower searcelf distinguishable from toe silver lace-work,of foam in which they'd vaoieo.. The schooner,seetred to he instinct with the spirit of'the' morning, and there was something of the glad gamboling of a' sportive fish in her manner of rolling upon the swell Which onderran the surges, and which would heel her again and again to the wash.streak, wheu it and the surge and the full blast of the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 4 November 1887

M .,7 F HEMP &t MANILLA TWINE OF 'i' P t` #CIAL Q.U4C o $c PS *1 T7 Dw LATES TORY 'JULY. 1587. GOLD MEDAL & `ROPHYvA £'i u1oO, FRANCE. rTotices. ________ AIVANCI nn onWOOT,. (RAlAN, &A'.STflCK, STA!ION P]tO-_ I~1UT&Eril rIkinds. { New1,Zealand iLoan and Mercantile , Agency AJompftny..(Limited.). CA PITAL............ f3.i5(I,OO UESEI1ý'TIF NP) ,f"7:OO Maike T.iteral Cnal`AhLA.1vcrane' 4?) Stntc l~i. . J,'liti.' , .F'nuuing Clips &.f c.on 1,\ 0mm Or ,5R1PM}1frnTEIo, T(b.XD'N Puumihum $anluR uT \Cnl witd rmgulnrly I b. uujhuuui the w"nxnn - A iiis..Itmq T.f 'Inliw. yF iil' l, Sielr'.j diue. r.vnlbrr &e.. tlureu. Iiiums u uie.ltt'tl~i'mut li ut ? frllu itr'- In r AttnriiutFuiln·i 'iT (timun,' FInenr &e. bull cocfr9v 1l"."r.·*lrulsJ·. : I~)A\V1D .1,I)El2\T, Muuuurugei V. iI en uadnc P loucnngr.. Mellrniuru C.. numdl (s.uuu ereliou·es J ill A.V'r: SOI'IITY(ITiE( ilt?e)ly "ti .*tzsarnfM'q ft-e r.eisd 'o roti -.; M UTUA: J.'IF. ASSUtll...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 4 November 1887

a Addres:s. ...' ý^: ''' t. u. .. . ... a . ... r.. , , f ...."A,.? _..y `H L K .A ' - - , e .Ak OfNC iNT bSP ING D Poite Four Mill, ISPRIN G OODS I an icpsina of thb? big denlanil for Spring affil Sunune? Drapdiy before the enlrng Agriciltliral Show, we Iave liodglit Lsargely? and, are no* Shdwing 6 Chbice andeSelect Assortment of the following lines : ' Millinery tod Fstid Gods in all the FashionAbld Shapea dtiD'si gnna A Special line of Bbx Costunielh Which fUr styie and cheapness cannot b. --Rnttedna; sPrints, and Mhslins in thd newst 'dliie?"il'id patterns. , Heavy andwell-assomtd4 Stock of Mdns' and Youths' Ready-mnde Clothing anitahle for'gufnmer wear.x Odr Bddt rdaia wlade Depatt'naeit *Wsi iiei'er more d!ompletd " : ' thad at'tu 1rewsent season.' Our'Groceries'still keep uip the reputation of being the Cheapest in the distriot. We de selling White Crystal Sugar at 2d, sand Tea from is 3d.per lb. A"- FRESH . WELt-SELECTED SUPLt'DY'OIY" O GLASS AND CROOKERYARE AT POTTERY PtcC...

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THE V.R.C. SPRING MEETING. THE DERBY DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 4 November 1887

TIE Vi: O SP..i IG . . ,EETIN-,, C ,(,l".otr.,.?Iwy. ConnEsr N vRNTr.) i.. - THE. DERBY., DAY:. 'Th weather ir s'plerimlid,-4he St tidadnceiT':lie:)lhrgkatithat lids evei' ,graced, the.~ fIh ikr,ct?gree..ýnti t!U e,? , nd.themracingl .goo.d,andthe tice-regal, party werg were well represelntd,;l: fl(h 7adiesswen,'e, il: fan0d ji?imiinly dre?sdil lThe rilw ,y ai'rnnke~ments .*erejperlet. and ndt ntithondh z/Wth VWKa;citireat)stl'dil in, the nofhiidls-Messrs Francis anul Monre, non acident orI hitch ociurrel.. 'ei fimrest eint nf tjte'ilthy ac 'thin Idelhlorne t4takes, and Irlight out six to face the starter. Aft?'a', gnool(ddil of trouble the lot got off togelthir. Shiortly after startini, Dunlop; was first.togt way, closely followed hv Algerisi, ?a?d Silverlnine, Trident was the first to entbr the straight followed;hby:Duldolp, Aogeiin in 1 # ilvirminoe. A granl rie?teimed hliine btween Silver Prince and Rilvefmilne; n.thiilihjiithe ice Silver; mldne'begdtod~lliw up ititn the leaders...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 4 November 1887

. ii:'' M:A S; s h - . ,,- l I. .; +. .i , ( . ^ Mr--l " J _ •' *': *I:[M J -" ;, -."".i:l" ( t of Moir) O I i RThRION ,H:OTEL, i . ... i : ' :. (Lt te'J.'T E R N Y 8), .... . .... . ., . , ?;~'IYirT- LA88 ACdCOMMODAI'IQN, unreitting attentoio; ald eV.-t r l obt qble comfort are offered to i . V, 1.,B )AR.DERB, end the, TRAVELf ING PUIT~ Fie',' .!..11: - -1,1 A . .- . 1A :.^i teeW of tLe bqI"jei * Prele m« A : 11 .B.Nri BILLIARDS '19U .•I "*bfy8 *li . U. OIB8 ryy - . ... iXUs ntik? g4 id cowaf ?ttUle ta .K..l: - ' . T T't . A..-.L J?,'.'. T J L T:," R A'b, .A O ,", -"'l " * -ri-- QUO.AS:;HOIGA, bega to-ptintate it the Iurroundihkt ithilidtihiitn fii d J - -pnulio generally that Snpeaiori Accoinmiot nitlnd' 'a ti d rat C eir he speciality olthi fiAratclew hotel. ; f . i, u ·nr..l :,,, +,.' , ,' -. +,. . II3 ,1sora,4erthmt 3 5,'aer a "i'4i IPredruS 4'unllit.v 'onlys S H, . RIIMiS BI LLIAilD8s !?i' IILIIARDSA !!ftI '. "; /. aU nRIOR1MNlABLCrNG and ACCOMARFODA'TIO P' DD 6C*OS."k 'i' "Ho...

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A New Motor. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 4 November 1887

A Mew Meter. Mr. E fison (reas a ooereepoadent of ' The Timme") bahe just crowned ble remukable series of Ioveation. by ootber which promise. to work a revolution in our prement methods of dynamo constrac ionl. tie bas, in fat, solved a problem whicl bah occupied the attention of electricans for some time past - the problem. namely, of. directly tr?anform.. le beat into electricity - of doing awre, ain rbort, with tbe -nexitinlg, clumsy : nethodel fhit ireaonfoemigl beat Into motive' power by a estsem egles, ad ing that motive : power to drive a dynamo. Mr. Edison ne' l heat at ftirt band. It is the best itself wbloh drives the dynamo and generates the current in it. Hence she name "pyro-meg artle," wbiob be bas given to the new dynamo sad motor wb.ob be brought to the notion of the solentific world at the reesnt meeting of the American Aseooiation for the Advanoement of Seience. As the oiven. tion is still being proteatd, we need do lirtie more now 'ho. ezplain tbe prin ciple upon ...

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OUT IN THE COLD. (DAILY TELEGRAPH.) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 4 November 1887

OUT IN THE COLD. Br Ose or Tea CnowD ]j (DAILY TLEGORIAPH.) My object being to witness the putting to bed of tshe vgrsnt tribe that of late-with the tacit consent, if not the expressed permission, ft the poliee authorites- oocupy Trafalgar Square and the sdj scent park for dormitory purposes, I was re solved to be on the spot.in good time Is was, therefore, not later than 11 o'clock the night before lat, when I reached the ttrand. Most Londoners are aware that that thoroughfare is then busier an more crowded tuhat at noon or any other part of the day Play-going folk, numbeting many thousande, are emerging from the theatres, and they crowd the pathways to overflawing,'while the road swarms with vehlcles of every descrsption, the drivers and conductors of heion, with the touts and cab-tetohers, are clamorous for cus" tomers. The publiohouses, restaurants, and retreametnt bars are, of course, satil open, so that there is plenty of glaring gas light as well as noise. One' way and anothe...

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THE YOUNG FOLKS MOTHER HILDEGARDE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 4 November 1887

THE YOUNG FOLKS, MOTHER HILDEGABDE. BYt HOWAR PYLe. IN I?Anores YoUNG Once upon a time there lived a King who bad an outs daughter;'" The Queen had been dead so long that the Kming egan to tnink about mttrr) ing a econd time ; so the upshot of the rhatter wast that by.eind.hbye there .mmue a Stepmother into the hot'se, and a tep aister besides. Out day the step.motber, the step siter and the pretty Ptiocese pat together in the castle gareen beside a oeep'cltern'of water. By he a?tern hung a tilver oe? for the see oo those who would drink. Amni ans they eat there the 'rinceee grew thirsty, and would nave taken the cap to drink 'rom the celtern, bui the rep-mnother stopped ter. ' See now,, li 'iehe, 'it you m?st drink, yon will have toetiop to the waterr, for the is too goout for theoYke of yiu.' Al? s e paid thi poor Princesto thes time wee when a copef gold was ot lono good for me I' autthere wa rno help for it. If *be wouldiuek,'she mustetoop for et; so down he dnelt, and began to ...

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MR. STEVENSON'S POE[?]S. (THE TIMES) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 4 November 1887

Mir STEVENSON'Si POE0S. (ToS= TIMEs) As a writer of prose Mr. Stevenson has long sace secured a very high position; a position, in fact, so high that those who care for literature a such do not willingly pass by anything that he writes. Whether at be a story or an ersay, the description of a fight at sea or fugatives crawling over a Scotch moor under a blazing August man, a series of iternlike medlsations as he dsop" down a French river in his canoe, or a bit of ahoieely.told biography-whatever he touches he touches with the hand of a master. He speaks as a man to men and as a boy to boys, and breathes over all he writes that air wbhich i most often missinog in the worksof mode'n men of letters, the air of living experience and intense reality. And now-he comes before the world with a little, thin volume of verse, and those whose admiration of his work has been steadily growing till now must look upon the experiment with interest. and even with anxiety. Is le not, indeed, his first ...

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Tuns[?]an Justice. (CASSELL'S SATURDAY JOURNAL.) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 4 November 1887

Tun mian Juetloe. (C.?98ELL' S ATURDAT JOURNAL.) A certain Captain Baoulard lefe Marsellies for China, but, eing buffeted by the winds, be made for the harbour of Tunis to awair better weather. The collector of the port. came on board. Captain Ba·ulard repre. sented that he was freighted for Canton, that he had nothing to'do with Tunis, and!' that he had only put in from stress of wea-n ther. But the collector eoooeded in demon- atrating to himthat be muli pay the harbor : does. Captain Bsaulard did no, but repaired Instantly to the paloes of the bey and de.. mended justice. "Good Frank," sid the i bey, "I am your friend-God is reat. What do you want?" "Highnese," an swered Captain Baculard, "your custom. houne has robbed me. I have abed to pay unjustly." "Excellent individual," answerea the bey, " in this eountry when we have the money we keep it. The first aoquiition is a diffculty. To. give back a thing is unknow n in Africa. "But shall I not have justlce?' "Cer-. tainly-everyone...

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[?]E MYSTERI[?]S BLACK JET CROSS. TOLD BY AN EX DETECTIVE. PART I. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 4 November 1887

StliIMYbsT R uiati -Bi&AJAl- JEr mROss..: TOLD aY AN EX DETECTIVE. PAur I. i The first few years of my service in the polioe were not of the happlstr or' te mone ertisfacetory nature. Some mren ?le always o the look-out for 'charges.' that they may nhtein dlstintlioni ad trionotion,; but asme. now or other I never could brinr myself r,.und to 'running ill' half-tatrved and -holly miserable beeaer or ' nobarhera Sd so had the inortifca•ion to see many a younger officer proiioteed over nmy" head; and hts econlllned .for such a lInagth on time that my snperior, actually Iooked upon me .n a dull fellow, and I was eerounly ttitking ,of trying some otner calling, when a remark* tile thing occUrred, which noti only altered sal mu inese, nut ed indirerlv to promotion. Through the supposed dnlue?s of my nature, I was returned to lrrnht duty long after having served my apprenticeship to it. I was pludding one night riadly enlnrh along my beat, among the Western Central district equare...

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SHEPPARTON SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 4 November 1887

5~ 1t'.s;FA'I~?ARiTON, 81*0.V ""Liatf· rik wewrn unable tnon vP flip (fple~prlA'qfi111p l "; thin1ý.ý:ý.3-'. t.P r" * th~ia1 ek our spac heiu wI,,uttde. :A tvA the prtea mrpp taer ,g!. et~tmau.." T'Ibnuwhhrbrd stallion. (i. Ciaxton's It hu'riat ; H-ackney tip to 'Itr.* r"Harriman ;liacknpev'ý lOst, t. Ndwri-in 3rd. * ittnunter 'if. P~-~r'w tCei1jauy APorVI mire jpijr 13l Ii and a , P Al a ; t Iertt.-Hcre ?{nrJ `hnlf "t Pagan`; hull 2 yeara. llrnwer ; rogrliung hu': ( Paza -i ; cow fitrewr .,2nd , turn-year-old heui~er.`- (0. Rle'crsr n, 2 8ruln In sheep-Vou ~wolled suuuup. W Watt, ,2ndl; Meiino ram. 4 tooth T. )lveui,..rd); Fat sheep.: W. Watt. ' Swine-B0ar and one large breed.` W: :Patterson 2nd artd ýrd bnalr snFuulI breedi.T. T Notmirn ~2nd. t)aiiuy proltue-5Olhs olueeaeP. M'Curmick 2ndf ptted i t tt;erup. WCormlck/ c-(t7 2uuul 1ut'hcletG, e Pre h lnj~t r. T nuuqinn 3rd 'Hrme unado bread, W. Arcluubudd "2ndl;" hen 'eg a P ..'ýujugnkle: turkey eggs, A. Tiatty. oPoltr.y _ianis h co...

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 4 November 1887

Wanted. W ANTED asgoOl General SER VANT, used to far...work. Apply IO r", ,` ~i~ Tators SOUTHI BRITISH INSURANCE COMPANY (FIRE),. At TATUrA. ULL particulars at ,thOffice of. the Cobjiait. No.' I'l, Queen atreet;-or lt:lettr.: ARTHUR J. IMASTERS,: Manager. Notices":. INEW( BUSINESS. MISS B. M'CORMICK HAS O COMMENCED 1 -BUSINESS On .-tf premtainei'next tlhe Commercial DR~ESSMAKER Mins M'Cormick lrs had a long~:.e jierience In the business, and with the ae sistance of a flnt-clas dresak.er from one of the leAllfil-hhe v?b -i' Melibosrne .ne frusts to receive a share of the pntrnage of the Ladies 41 Tatara and surrusading die. rit. , Fit and-woikmsnship guaranteed. m e. L 6 .... ?"Victoraia. G OOD PRAIZES I E OOD RACES! GOOD SPORTS! -Fun-for the Ellion. P ATRONIRE the CRICKET CLUB'S SPORTS. ADMISSION- ONE SHILLING. Full particular see Le ~parten paper',' and: 'Sportsman, Wednesday, 19thOctober. T. R. SMITHM , Hon. Sc. Dentistry. M A'LEXANDER HALL DENTAL swnesex, AND MECHANICAL- DENTtST,...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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