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CALENDAR FOR NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 16 November 1894

CALENDAR: FOR NVEMBER. --4---- Messrs Thlioaits ng nud Co., Nursery men arnl Seedslmen, 13i Ilourke-street, Mel hourne, submit the following calendar for November. With this month commences tihe summer hIeat which, where the ground is moist, in creases vegetation but where moisture is scarce or wantYiug retards or destroys it. To hive a sufficient supply of moisture for plaints in dry weather where water is not available for wateing is possible by in telligent gardening. To do this the grouild must be dralned so that water will not lodge after heavy rain. Where water lodges, the surface of the iground cakes. - Whenll tihe surface of the ground cakes light lailns Il dtew will not be able to penetrate and are at once dried up by the sun. In addlition to b, ingdrnitied the soil should he constantly stired up ; when so stirred up there are air-cells formed between the particles of earth, unit these air-cells make a check to tie moisture thrit is raised by the heat in the atmosphere and ...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MERRIGUM BUTTER FACTORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 16 November 1894

MERRIGUM BUTTER FACTORY Another well attended meeting of the farmers of this district was held on Saturday evening last to receive the   reports of Messrs Craven and Colbert,       the delegates appointed to enquire into       the working and to gain general infor-   mation as the working of butter   factories in Echuca districts.   Mr E. Colbert was appointed to the   chair. Both gentleman had a very encouraging report to lay before the meeting, and strongly supported the erection of a creamery and butter factory at Merrigum. It was moved and seconded that   Messrs Colbert and McCooke draw up a prospectus to submit on Saturday evening, 17th inst, the date fixed for the next meeting. The matter is being taken up ener- getically by the farmers, and it is anticipated that a plant will shortly be in full swing.   &a...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 16 November 1894

SALES BY AUCTIONI. MORSES IL HORSES II. HORSES!! FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1894. MAIt'IN CUSSEN and Co. wil hohl their ,Quarterly Horse Sale on tile alovo diate when they will h.tve buyers present for all clascs. " R ItEMIMIIEIt TIHE DA'LI. MARTIN.CUSSEN and CO.. S Auctioncers, MOO1IOOPNA, I\ I'AIlAW, IUSII VOR'I'II, alld 511 1,PAITON. TATURA STOCK SALE. Monday, November 19 SHIACKELL, Will IE, ,and 'Co. will hold01 their usual monthly N.ale, on abore date, when they expect to yard several good lots of both stock and lstore cnttler, also . 400 merino wethers, 2 and 4 tooth 3001o d 6 and 8 tooth 850 merino owes, II tooth lorsmes, pigs, and sundricr. Further ent(lic invited. D. If. P. O1iTCIELIL, , J jiAgent at Tatur. NAGAMBIE HORSE SALE.. Tuesday, November 20. COOD MARKET EXPECTED. 1. W. I1111,L, Auctioneer. SHEPPARTON HORSE SALE, Thursday, November 22, BUYERS FORt 500 11OtSIS. Sale at lO a.m. CAMlI'tIEI.L and SONS. J. M'NAI[AIIA and Co. TATURA STOCK SALE, Thuirsday, November 29, OI11rET i...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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NORTH MOOROOPNA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 16 November 1894

NORTH MOOROOPNA. Hay cutting has started on a few farms about here, and if we get favour- able weather harvesting will soon be   general. Farmers have been busy during the past few weeks carting away their grain, so that their barns will be ready for new grain. The rush of grain to Mr McLennan's mill in Mooroopna has been so great that men have been employed late into the night stacking it. Two enjoyable picnics were held last week in connection with the Ardmona and Undera State schools. The weather   for both was fine, and the scholars and their adult friends had a good time of it. A large supply of milk is still coming forward to the local creamery and also to Mrs Lalor's private creamery, but the grass is beginning to dry up so that a perceptible decrease may be soon looked for.  

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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TATURA BRASS BAND. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 23 November 1894

TATURA BRASS BAND. f -4- A full meeting of the members of the above instituti;on weas held on Wednesday night at Hoyle's iooims, Mr u. F. Vaughan occupying the chair. The minutes of previous meeting having been read and conirmned, the sec retary read tile code of rules drawn up by the sub-comlnlittcc, and after some minor amendllents had. been Illade the wlholl were adopted on the imotion of J. Salllon, seconded by J. Montgomery ; and it was decided that the secretary obtain prices for printing 50 collies. As this was the first meeting after tit adoption of tile rles tile election of officer: was theli proceeded with, and the follow ing were elected to the various positions. -President. Mr C. W. Wilson ; scere tary, Mr W. A. Ritchie ; treasurer. Mr O F. TValughanl; (Counittee of Mall ageenlll---Messrs F. BIrowln, '. Layton, !. IMoyle, J. Monltgomlery, E. P'oole, .1. Salamn', and W. A IlitchiC ; leader of band (to act in the absenllce of tile band master), F. Hoyle; custodian of inst...

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 — 23 November 1894

GIRCARRE EAST. The weather here is bea itifully line and clear, with light south and westerly winds, just what the farmers delight in for hay making, which is being proceeded with on all sides. Ih'le crops for the most part are very good, and somie heavy yields of hay may be expected. The grain crops are also looking very well, but unfortunately the caterpillers have been playing havoc with the barley, in some instances completely strippilng patches of a quarter acre in extent, and leaving niothing but straw, in fact they have become so alarming, that on Sun day last two of the farmers had their hinlders going all day and well into the night, so-as to get it down nid dry, so that the vermin could not eat it. They have also tackled the wheat, but are not ldoing it much lharm ias yet, and in at few more days it will lie too hard for thiem. With anything like a fair price for grain mui haly this year, our farmerlll would be it a very haplpy position indeoed, its the yields will in most...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRICKET. TATURA V. MEPRIGUM. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 23 November 1894

CRICKET. ----+- TAT'UltA V. MEPIIIGIJM. A. llatch between the Tatura aid Merriglun teas was played oni the ground of the former last Saturday. The weather was all" that could be desired for cricket, but tie ground was rather treacherous, many of the batsmlen failing victims to "shooting" balls. The IMIerrigmll teamn was strengthened by the inclusion of two or tllrec players frotl outside teamls.who did good service. The TatIur club were sanguine of vic tory. but as one batsnman after another slrtumlbed without scoring the prospect soon looked gloomy. The excellence of thile howling and fielding of Merlriguni certainly cannot account for the complete collapse of 'Tatilra who had ai strong batting temln. Yet the highest score was 7. Mr .,. Love captained the local mell and Mr Greenlvood filled the like position for rthe visitors. Ti e former won the toss lnid sento in M' Robert and WV. Love, the bowlers being Pritchard and Rush. After Love had scored 1 Ile was cantlllt by Colbert off ...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 23 November 1894

.NUMIURIKAH, iI .;"r ,o7 . i .- 1 4 e 1 .:u !tf1 l I 'I" I I, I . •PL .-DII) II ,l.I.\HIt) 'T'.( lU l. QU.()IS. It '?)2 !Y V :\Iil. (il(tf A i"l.\1I, . ALiF. IIAYrrt:i, COlMMERCIAL HOTEL Moorooroopna.... 3EST' ALES, WINES, &.- SPIRITS 00 1) ACI(J.1OM 1(II)A.TION. "UZIOIT TOURNAMENTS ARRANGED. :ICtGKETERS' ARMS HOTEL: Mooroopna. l'. M. L\ I El'iTT wi.she? the Itullic tot i'-t thin quality of i,1th liquiors Le s:lpplie" at thm above hotel.. , AMPLE ACCOMMODATION. fIlCKETERS' ARMS HOTEL 31001tOOP[NA. - MRS. H. RYAN, Saracen's Head Hotel, IoUtiIK; ,l'SiEET, MlitAuOUnllN (Lateii F i cllaltu int g Plnce.) tITIYVIl . Coulionr. Unn.tII IT'." rjI tl', "lw hlt elll Ile a bee tlhorouglylr . rov'llOlctul, Itu tlh cl . ollllllllnllllion i ilt-clai.?. 'ote th,.' idl i'es t -- oplpo,itt .; ihk's Ilazar. RLose of Australia Hotel, COl?NEISI, KINO & lU11tUlKEl STS., MEI1iIOIJllNI,. liaituclais .'Acce?nllllluxtl tion for Cotliro .y Vlsitorl. Aiunteis:-- W. C.eII;A(I HICR (Latt jiulgo T...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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COMMERCIAL. WOOL SALES [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 23 November 1894

- COMMERCIAL. Wvm~,o. SALES~: 1lnlgcly sai~l C~llllnn}'s salt en th lath~l conitprised 4:10t bet,most. n ttowo iviti n cotislIoniabe iprportion of entall clips. Bluyersmcre IIi full itt, nItI\IIm. anIt roliuOt. itlon :ntnrntit for nal gnutl uiuire uvou'u. nluo for pitxcu zel bII elltes, unit trier ror thu Se r'' re we~ll Iiuttinutuiutd. bist inferior. I nutty skirteul intl irruiguulaur turn.tofts uurci iuion an clruu.uirculu were v·y :'utlI it lowur nrttuuu. k'ouriuo, tiin, were blmurlty in sucII goul 'reqluest. Wie nuulu ualtogetlhe r uttbut ii,Eii bulrten.

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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SHEPPARTON MARKET [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 23 November 1894

,lIel'PA4 TON" ,\iIIIE r f -M.coas. M'it'rtide,.Martin and (' Shcppar ton repolt:-llather imnller attntlanece last nStult.ty, 1711t Noventl..r, and bidling clratgged on'so e lintes. F'owos, Is to Is ((i;. ducks 2s; geese, 4s fd to Its i;d: turke; a to 12+ 91 ; Ilontamnt, Is 'td ; bacon, 213d to idt ; homs. Sl; foreuhams, 34, to 4dl ; cthafcuttec. £2; fowls' feed. 5s 9th per bar. Al-o large qu:n tity potant6c and ploduce fronm the Village Settlement. At. Corporitlon yanls-there was a larpe supply forward and ibuyers had the bett of it. Priccs recedeid.on previous week. Wesold 416 pigs, a? follows:--Fota. 22s t'a : sows, 22s ;porkcr, 13s .3d to 22s ; clips as to iso; suckern, Is ?dt to 7s id, On Thurhday, 15th November. we held our -uanl monthly sale at our Cosgrove yaclds. There wasavery good yalditng and thue sale went off well, though somotewlht 'draggy ". We sold 22 steers 38t, ;cows 4s , 49s, 52, 4 stces 28s, 5 uteero 238, i cnal vi 128 lti, 7 steeoo 408,8 steers and uheifote Ils...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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MEDDLING MR MEAKIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 23 November 1894

MEDDLING MR MEAKIN. At the adjourned meeting of the Tatura Urban Trust on Wednesday night, a letter was read hfron Mr Meakin, Secre tary for Water Supply, to the effect that the department would not con sent to the rate being lowered to is (Gd in the Z. but would not object to its being reduced from 2s to is tid, as the sinking fund must be provided. Corn C. Wilson said he hoped the conunissioners would be independent elough to kick against interference. They knew best how to manage their own affairs, and the reply of the department threw a doubt on their financial ability. Prsonally lihe would refuse to strike a rate at all if the Government interfered in such a manner. They were well able to mtnage their own affairs. Up to the present they had always met theii interest in time, and with the is Gd rate, the sinking fund of L.45 would also be provided.l. Corns Hunter and Flanagan also objected to the 'interference, alnd it was ultimately decided to write to the de partment to the ef...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE NEW ERA. RUST IN WHEAT. [Concluded.] [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 23 November 1894

THE NEW ERA. IRUST IN WHEAT. [By \V. FAtvlllln, nllaibrigg, Quieatn heyan.] [Conicluded.] There appear to he two preventives of rest, which liappily, if, it be desirable, can he u1edl together. 1. Early Sowing.-Sowing early (not later tlhani tihe end of April and better perhaps in March) has been foinl in all but the coast districts of this colony to lie alIgood tilprernitive .of rnst.. This doulltless irises frollm the fact that if tlie seed hle planted while tile gonnd is still wiirtim, 1 large anld vigorous developllnet of tools takes place Iefore the groulndl has becomie cold. and that during tile winter tlie tissues (the roots of the lower iart of thlie stLei) which were forlilmed dilltinlg the I tiutIi becomie hard anld fir : ilid tha, twhen the griowth is re newed in the foillowinlg sprilng, the ioots Iare so well ileveloped as to lie alblel to keep )the nlew glrowth well suplllied with food, ntlu ini such vigor as to ciible it toi repel the attncks of the rust, parIsite. IEa...

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TATURA DEBATING SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 23 November 1894

TATURA DEBATING SOCIETY. The wind up of the season was sig nalised by the above society last Friday, by giving a social entertainment to the friends of the members and the public generally in the local Mechanics' Hall, which,.was well filled. Mr J. I). Love, the president, occupied the chair, and was assisted throughout the evening by Mr J. J. Hanlon.- Mr Love made a brief address at the outset stating the gather ing was an informal one, arranged to mark the close of the club for 18,)' and he asked the indulgence of the -auaonce for any shortcomings. This apology was scarcely needed as the result proved. Madame Anstey, who acted as accom panist throughout in an able mannelr, opened with Miss IIardiman in a piano forte duett well played. After a humorous reading by Mr Maxwell " Cricket in Killaloe," Mr Turner ap peared and sang " Neptune," his fine bass voice being heard to advantage. He was succeeded by Miss L. Walshe, who rendered very sweetly " )reanming as she sleeps." Mrs MIurdo...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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TALMUD. SYNOPSIS OF PREVIOUS CHAPTERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 23 November 1894

.....TALMUD. 'SYNOPSIS :?OF PREVIOUS CHIAPTERS. Thle narrative opCens on Sturt's Stheny Desert where that explorer nIcarly perished. A partly of mien under,Strang ways are camiped it thle place. They are ill seairch of pasture 1Ind ftr a' sqltter onil the westernl border of New Soth \Wales, fald the intention' is to aiseinld the LFilCke River towardls the h eDocnnell Ranges. A terriblethinlier storm bursts upon the party during tihe night, a tent is set on lire andl nIc of them killed. .A fter ,burying their- ccmn pniio they p' tceed and mleet with many hairbreath escapes from continen tl IIood.s: The Cvat but desolaite lke Elrie is reached, ad dleath t claims another v;ctimi, who is druilwted by tile upsetting If a rlaft on which they halId beenl swept downt a swollen river into the salt lake. The - lader and i itan lmined Stt!nleyn are iiow ?tlit, and" they continue oid the irite originally inteunded. lithey reach the rangces at the lihead of thdie I ilk, cmd nalventures of i, mon...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE WANDERER'S RETURN. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 23 November 1894

THE WANDERER'S RETURN. The crimson glory of the dying sun was lighting up the mountain peak; the lowing of the kine was heard across the mendow, the tinkle, tinkle of many bells, and the occasional crack of the horseman's whip, told the return of the cattle, and the ushering in of the closing stenes of the day. At the portico of the homestead sat an old man with white flowing beard and silvery hair. A glance was sufficient to reveal that his life had been one of many changes and much sorrow. Great lines were written upon his brow, and his skin was tanned anal weather-beaten. By his side stood a man of' 0 years, with his head erect and stately guait. The old man's face fr&aecntly lit up with joy as his son talked of wondrous scenes lie had witnesscd in imany parts of the world. It was astoryoft told. lMany years ago Tom left his old home in the hope of getting dbliverance from wasting disease that was eating out his life. His days were joyless and his nights hours of distress...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 23 November 1894

GENERAL NEWS. In the midst of litfe e are in death. "s ol r graindfather said." See pace One. The world nov~es forw.irl but it can't move tie lman who tidoesnl't tlhert ise. Rush of Ittt. sea-tOI's whllert to the seabloard. Making r'tonl for the new. The railway departmenlt aldvertise their arlinllull en-side andlll Gilppland hlkes Ftumlller excursions. Heary railray traffic onl the Go illlhrl Vallov lines at prtesent. Ornlinries fully ltiadet,! aid specials uitnierons. SPears heantiftil anniil caln inow he obtainedltitl in 'Tlat ir, hnylrttatuil aitd M[oo roopnla. 1Mr F. Hoyle is the 'iltura agent. Flathler O'Colnnell desires to warinly thank his lon-Catholic friends ? for the kindly assistalince thlo rendered hiet in pro, inoting the success of the l ilote azaair. Air 0. W. Wilson of T'la'lturl is urging the riailtway dlepartlmentll through the Holl. .1, Sternilerg to tanlot elict ivte steps during the dry seastonl to prm ilt firce from locoinotive sparks, So is "li WV, T. Webbh. ...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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R. C. BAZAAR, TATURA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 23 November 1894

R. C. BAZAAR, TATURA. The 1894 bazaar in aid of the Sacred Heart Presbytery, Tatura, has come and gone, leaving many pleasant memories and no sad ones. It opened on the 15th of October and closed on the same date of this monthl Twenty-two days' were occupied with bazaar work, and on an average not less that £L5 was taken nightly. This is of course exclusive of the- donations and subscriptions. At the present moment the gross receipts are £375, and with the collecting books yet to conme in close upon £-100 will be realised from the effort. Already Father O'Connell has paid £200 off the Pres bytery debt, and when all expenses are cleared lie expects to pay an additional £25 towards liquidating the amount owing. This will leave less than £100 debt on the building, and'if' those who promised contributions last year towards the Presbytery pay lip, the fine edifice slhoul be cleared from financial obliga tion. To attain such a result in these times, and uinder peculiar difficulties, is an...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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RAILWAY FIRES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 23 November 1894

RAILWAY FIRES. The Hon.. W. T. Webb has been endeavouring to lessen the dangers of fire .to. landowners along railway'lines, and 'he- has' received the following letter on. the subject:- Victorian Railways, Mclbour.ic, September. 1ith, 1894. ,Dear Sir,-Referring :to your verbal re quest of yesterday, I am directed by the Heon. the'Minister of Railways to inform you that the Acting Cotmmisooners, to whom I have spoken, are agreeable to burn the grass on thl farers' nland for half a chain breyond the railwiy fences on each side of the Tatura and Echuci' ta'lway, provided the farmers will plough two or threp furrows up to within that: distaice of the railway fence, and will undertake to hold the Railway Dep-rtament free. from liability for any damagb and assist the railway employes in the work. I am, dear sir,-your obedienrt servant, J. R. PArTEPSON, Sec. to the Minister. =The Hon. W. T. Webb, M.P., Parliament Hoise,. " The kingdom of heaven is like to a grain of mnstard seed which a m...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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ECHUCA STOCK MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 23 November 1894

ECHIUOA -STOCK MARKET. Shackell, White andi Co. report :-A full yarding of fat and store cattle came tfo wanr for last Saturday's ale," the bulk consisting of good conditioned bullocks, cows anid helfers,"with a few pens of choice quality. The trade was largely represented, and cam petition was well sustained througlhout the sale. A small proportion of stores came to hand, ind those yarde lfound buyers readily at ruling rates.. \e sold-fat bullocks, good, £4 2s to £4 8s; fat cows. prijnl, £31s to £4 is- flt steels, medium, £3 10s to £3 lis; fat'steers, small, £2 10s to £2 I9s; fat helfers, small, .£2 7s to £2 10s ; Vealers, good, £1 8s to £2.. Line of bullocks, :3 and 4 yeats, at £3: 1s; lines of mixed cattle £1 7s to £2; cows with calves, '2 ls to £3 Is. We yarded 710 fat and store sheep. lIhe attendanlce of thle tra?me and glaziers was good, and piices were.,satisfactory for the quality forwnnl. We sold-fat lambs, prime, at 7s Id ; fit wethers, good, at 6s 2d ; fat lanbs, godl, at...

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