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TWO QUEER AFRICAN BABIES. (NEW YORK TIMES) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 11 November 1887

TWO- QUEER AFRICAN BABIES. '(saw onl TIxaES) Heas the ' Missing Link' been found ?" This question was asked by nearly every one of the"many people who called at the store of Charles Reiohe and Brother, 095 Park tow, to look at the two "wild bhlldren from'Afrlos." The curiosity of the publlo was excited by, an advertisement signed by Reiohe and Brother in a morning paper, whloh read IyANTD-a good. reliable oolonues women. en Sr pelhnoed to the ohre and brlnln up ofl babIes, as nrse for two wld eblldrec from Areusc; met be Idy. clea,and of bled ..iu pwltino. The children, which are believed to be about a year old, are both males, and have taillees bodies about 151.. in length, partially coverel with long red hair. The colour Is of a slate grey on the back, pink on the breast and abdomen, shading to a spotted pink and grey on the sides. The abdomen is very large, as is usually the case with young human babies, and the back and shoulders are perfect copies of the back and shoulders of a...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 11 November 1887

• , Trade Addreasses. _I THOMAS BAZ E LEY'.'S (LVA 6of Moira) CRITERION :HOTEL, - (Late J. TIERNEY'S), . IlST-LCASS ACCOMMODATION, unremitting ittEntio, jnd ev r abtrisa ad comfort· re offered to , S , to ks of ehe,ibeat r er. n lBILLIARDS. I, BILLIARD 1 rBILLrARDS 1 ! "tHO?gS' Anit' BUGGIES ailways on HIRE. KEtensive and comfortable .:"s'I-T IX L ING AC O'11M ODA T ION. HOGAN'S COMMERCIAL HOTEL, T IIOMAS HOGAN begs to intimate.to 'the surrounding inhalitnt ,and pullic generally that Superior Accoummodation and Moderate Charges are lie speciality of tlhis first-class hotel., . Ii Lieuoreiia of lhe Blet Blraisell s stldl Pulrest Qnality Y Oly ... ILIAI.DS! IIIIAIII AR !! III IAII ! ! SUPEIIIOR STABLING and ACCOMMODATION PAI)0DOCKS. SHorses and Buggies, as well as Buggy Pairs always on Hire. FINN'S .:BUSH INN, CASEY-ST. TATURA. FIRST-CLAS S ACCOMMODATION FOR T.. T.:A JV E' LL E R S. Wines, Ales, andl Spirits of the Best Brands. SPECIAL NOTICE!' - SPRING & SUMMER DRAPERY, CRAII...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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SAGACITY. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 18 November 1887

SAGACI ?. , Countryman : Fi' poands too much for bim? He's a won'erfel good sportin' daog, sir I Whr he come to a dead pla? in the street, Li, cldose B'i' a of' geo'lhema, the other day-l'fuest o' September. it, ws, sirr I an' the wen'leman told me arterwards as ble name were "Partridge I" Customer : You don's say so I Bargain struck I

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MONSIEUR ON THE SOUTH-WESTERN. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 18 November 1887

MONSIEUR ON THE SOUT?.WESTERN. Monsieur (aside): Coe Anglais, honw se are reserve. But I will draw him out; he ,all epeak. (Aloud) : Pardon, Monsieur but vane doe.s is train leave off to run Tourist : Waterloo. Monsieur: Villain, rartals I bow dare you insult a son of France ? I shall relieve my. self of your presence.

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WIT AND HUMOUR. A BREATHING WONDER. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 18 November 1887

WIT AND HUMOUR. A BREATHING WONDER., Adoring Grandmother : Isn't he a lovely hlild ? Calm Visitor : Ye, he's a nice little baby. Adoring Grandmolher: And so intelligent He just lies there all day, and breathes anl treathes and breathes.

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 18 November 1887

f perplpZuln dlmo&y ovenome DUEU2ONIS IANMOBA IV i& bu M pedeawmudidme lot chfirs. Old M tkes u" sudily, by hem, It wlt* mare kUloos ver mad'f eke mgllm s go whslok blodrr an sabjuot Te M mmoo "sd a i rnw kbt wgdglg kI ~surmd lavalmabl& *k toy DV?. nONa haMuoBA. Of aft egmluer g I.. md go balrw-{ · : B?EMI| BUILDIN b', ,0BOIATIOW 01107 : 54 COLIrE StRsKIt ABT A-bgIrlbo capital - 9 -10 ThInta s lanomo 1 yer -r. - .Li.ta This aanoLatt ba paid It shabholder 10 per eat. pa nannum lto the peat 11 yeahs. UITERrAT ALLOOWED on DlPOIt& For 19 months, 6 per osa. p, r annsm Ford mualths, per oaut per annum. S AVIN?G BANK BANOH-. DepstIan Ia this branch wtll be paid B per, oIa pr aan mupon their daily balano, muuI oa M£5 FiUD IEARnL ~l5i ofthseeo abanedhabve now been Iamd eana wheom th numbse reache 16000 the Pls BII Ja'&MIJM d il. per shar WILL be ,tlS8D bto . Od. =beeM shaes a b paid no to Ill, or by aonthl eialmemtso le . p ...r shr JOaH NIJi.O LP.P, P...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 18 November 1887

MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. A curious point has arisen in conneotion with the licensing laws in Wellington, where one of the city hptel. is fooud, since the recent extension, to stand in two lioeaning districts. It il contended that a fresh licence mUst be paid for a bar exten. sion which is in one district, but as there is no bar within the meaning of the Act in the old portion, it may be posseible that this feot keeps the license within the law. The point is under the oonsideration of the autho ities. A correspondentof the "Tuapeka Times," who, with others, left Tuapeka some years ego to try their look at the Sounds on the West oast, supplies that paper with some information wite reference to relics on earthed at Doubtful Sound, which is isquite poseible are relice of the vis? of Capsin Cook. These relics were the blade of an oar and a black bottle, and some little ditstance in the bush part of an old flint musket overgrwon with lichen, and in an upright position against a tree, an old-f...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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TATURA POLICE COURT. (Before Messrs Williams and Love, (J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 18 November 1887

TATURA POLICECOURT,. (Ile oe Mfeesrs Williams and Lobe, (J'aP.) Dillinhorndv. vD' ..Dwyer= aY mon'd For hot coiujihying ivitlh ftli e ducatioi, Act. i1'ined 5ds. and "2e:. dd. ust. -1 Same v% Harriman for a similar neglects ined b6.. Knd 2s. Gd -cost's. )Pete Xjde eon' v. Willinia Sber. No appearance of citlhet compliin&it or defendant.Ki Cae. o trhlck o t Jnoblso EatnaliaA applied for a carrier's 1icenae- -24iere Wva 39 ol~ectiou bj.tli;p.ilice, the Iiiehtiitetwis graoted.

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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CARE OF THE KITCHEN. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 18 November 1887

OABE OF TEE KITCHEN. For a small family that proposes to live simply, the following artioles are reoom. mended for the kettle closet and .the dreaser. Agateware le the most costly, but it In the best for nearly every cooklng prooes. Care must betaken in its use to prevent burning and thus oraoklng the enamel. Some things, snob as enamelled oval kettles for salt meats and hams, drip. ing.pans, frying.pans, fish-kettles and fish-pans, tea.kettle,, grlddles, a broiler for meats and for fish, and another for toast, may be of Iron, without affeoting the taste or appearanoe of the loods cooked in them; and to proonre them" is comparatively a small expense. Some of the artioles mentioned may be purohased in tinware at even less oet, but they are not enduring, and a wine economy will argue against them. In agateware it will be . ll to pro. oure double boilers for rice, farina, oatmeal, eto., Opvered sancepans in three or four sires, three or foor open sauuepane of different sizes, bread and...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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My Tr[?]ure. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 18 November 1887

My Treamure. Slog the song of thy Innocent glee, BbautIful child, for I love to bear Its rapturous notes so merril lin?tn?n around me when m herne Cheeufull on, sweet little one, Ever ma pleasure esuppress te tear. Gaily in summer trdpping aloal The fields with xlip and coesl sear, So full of Jueilant glee th song, So tall of the souls dltnust rlay a' appily on, beiht little one, For innocence lllts thy flowery way. In winter egain in m ed career, The same bllet child with ualter'd voioe ; The seowflakes fallinlg, end clouds so duear, And moundsof snow, mke thyr heart s Joice Cautiouly on, pure little one, May epotless white be thy manhood's cholce. In winter of summer tome thou art The raest treasure my life has known To clear the cloud from my wery heart A magic power'e in thy joyous tone Merrily on, my own sweet one, A priceless jewel thou art, I own. God ehield thy soul from the blilh of sin Be thou obedient, pure, and mild; With a heart still puna u the heart within, Seek ever ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 18 November 1887

At a meetig of the Goulburi Valley FIruit and Speclia Protlilt Shciety, 'lr. M,. .Kgdi'nablh w'aselected President il; place of the Hon. W. Winter, M.L.C., who was unable fill11 the positidn to is own satisfactioln.- 'Very little busi biess further than of a routine character were enlertcind.': Te?b next meeting Sill-' hiile ' plaet ' io". Saturd?y' ,10th beceimiber..,. We' have received from Mclfeers 'Gor ldon a d' otchl a paminphle'g giiig terms vonditions,, aild advs;n esuiiac ,.'settle wnent'iiat Mildura cand Remnanrk. The pnamphl6t' is''"well' ";rinited` and the illustrations are ekcellent and-'true, lhaving been takicn froni ilphotographlis.'" W'e learn " that 'the, Tantirs Cricket 'Club hanv received a challenge? from tlih IMurchisnwi Club,, to ,be plhyed :'on the ground of the :lnttr oni the 27th inlltaut. We tr't ?t'o r boys will get into practice. at once, or cise ithley iill hot be; able to -keep til hei irteji,,tatisn is c-icketers . Thee Foirtlt Progress .Reporit of the...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 18 November 1887

inrt ad Seo5aad FPria at Shepperte. Mesers. John Danuk and Son were awarded both firet and second prises at Sheporton for their pump. and imrnation plant. If you the best for your purpose, send them par. tioulars.'and they will advliseyu, and quote a prioe for the woe thilnc oomplete. John Duntk and Bon, 42 (null) Bou?rlk street wet, Melbourn&6-tADvt. Balnlg o sovles occete used your Ordls Baln of Uquoloo, I oooesidw It my duly to give cI tuetlmoy to tIe wooderful Mocasy foe ochs anmd coldi. With the Balm of quteros the hbouse oone ofus fear teRest tfiao c ooldr h. nc Or a?lp l ohlldren I erer knew it fil." J1. 0. Lases, oath? Brightos. DUmT015OI ODORDIAL BALM OF MLQiuouo . I ad. .od -. ad. pei bots..' At a ebeato.--Awr . HMUBB&W FLUID MAGNBIUI to pachloleb* bonolof ta aS pfeoMIng adaavesarld speleatlla ll case of Iroltlalca aod acitlly of lb. stomsoh. par. tlcolacyl darla pwagoaoy, febrUl complalal, la" t.otlla dlsorders. o aea ulokneme IS apsadlly ,emove hearlhuro....

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THE LADIES' COLUMN. SOCIAL GOSSIP. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 18 November 1887

THE LADIES' COLUMN BT VIVA. SOCIAL GOSSIP. The usuaal Cup Ball was held by the Governor and Lady Loch at Governmentu house on the evening of Friday, 4th Novem. her, and was highly suooemful and enjoy able. About 1,500 guests were present, ino;nding the Marquis and Marohionesl of Drogheda, Lord Carrington, Sir William Robinson, Lord and Lady Cernarvon, Admiral Fairfax, Mrs. H. J. Wrixon, Mr. and Mrs. W. Cain, the Hon. Dancan .Gillies, and Sir James Lorimer. The assemblage was one of the most bril hlant and distinguished euseaerrrd rr ment bhoee. There was a great display of disiond~s and some of the gowns worn were exoeedingly handsome. Lady Loch wore a trained gown of white lilk, with a liied pattern on it, with panels of plain white satin; the pettiooat front was covered with tan- coloured leon Doanoes, the bodice was trimmed with la?e of the same odlour and pearl, a white bird and pearl ornaments were worn in her hair, and her bouquet of while came:lia? was tied with white watered...

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THE GOLDEN HOPE A ROMANCE OF THE DEEP. I dreamt a drea[?] that w[?] not all a d[?].' CHAPTER XXIV (CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 18 November 1887

['HE h1OLDENN HUOPE A OOMANCE OF, THE DEEP. I dreamt a dream that w.? not all a dream.' Bi W. CLA*k RuaEs L ONAPTM'aXXIV. (CON?'7I o.) How slow in thsen days seems the old fahionned passage?o India hi way of the Cape I the slower perhaps, not more by contrast with the swiftateamer of this age, severing as it might seem one continent from another as she floats through the channel in the broiling seans, than by rednembrace of the hish-sided pondsrously.bilt, lofty rigged, immensely broad sbipe which were afloat when men who are now sixty 'ears old were being spalked for salintine Il utoof buSgar or howling on the nuree's knee hecause the soap had got·intotheir eyes. And yet the voeage did not seem so long when it wu looked beck upon. You said to yourself, it appeors bus a fortnight ago that we were beating down Chanel, and now here we are expecting to make Madras by dawn or to be rff the mouth of the Hoogly by midday tomorrow I Iis the monotony of the sea life that rodemr the psetage ...

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A Writing Telegraph. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 18 November 1887

A Writing Telegraph. "The Times"' ives the folloinal descrip tioe of the writing telegraph whiob is being introduced to notice brthe Writing Telegraph Company of New York. In this apparatus the transmitter onsiets of two iseies of carbon dtsk placed at right angies to ecab other in a hard robber reoeptaols Each pile o! disks has a screw follower for adjust. ing the normal pressure of the disks on saohother. A rod carrying the pw or stylu is pivoted at ieI lower end, and bes preseure points opposlie the ples of dieks. The oper ator manipulates the stylue or pen as i writing, lthbougRh he can only move the point of the setlus over a small oiroumeribed area. A. the stylus desaribe. the variou letters the presure points are pressed agalint the carbon diek, and u thi pressure i incresed or diminished varied currents are slut into the lines to the receiving magnets, whrob cause the receiving pean to reproduoce every movement of the Ipn of the retter st the traosmittiogstation. The receivi...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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LUNG TROUBLES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 18 November 1887

LUNG TROUBLES. The lange are the most prone to eotarrhs and iotlamations of any part of the body. Atmospberic, and barometrid influences of a vast reage on the one hand, and a hish functional activity of the lungs on the other, are the expl'cable determining ceasee of die eases of the lunas. We inhale air that the oxygen it contains may peas into the blood, and " brn up" the food we eat, anod thu give us body warmth aend force. This isa very plaie mode of stating the case, bet it is not ontrue. Now, when the lunge become affected lightlr or seriously, the nutrition of the body is pretty certain to suffer sooner or later. A slight cough is a had thing, but a bad cough ie a dangerous thing. An infant with" cold on the longs," a person with chronic cough, and the subject of pulmonary consumption, mui demonstrate how vain are, too often, the ueual routine lines of treatment in diseases of the lunge. Before this mixture and that tincture are taken, there should come up the queetion, What...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 18 November 1887

S- trayed. .~2 Reward. " OST, ione JBAY. ,MARE irAndtle1 J . JMnear .slioilder, snip onil nose, ately blistered fore and hind legs. ' T. BAZELEY, S rr Tattira. £1 2Reward... SOST from Tnturn; on 20th October (shot ' 'day);~ OnoBLACK HIOIISE. branded TG near shoulder. The above reward will be paid to anyone returning or gl?ing in formation as will,lead to recovery of ??le ; and, £2 reward on conviction, it stoleh, to J. BALCHIN, hIorse Bnzaar, Wyindham-street, Shepparton. Meeting Tatftra Athletic Sports. A M~ETTNG of those interested in hlolding the Annual Sports is aid or the Moornopna, Hospital, Will Ie hehl at J. R. Wootton's Victoris.Hotel, on TUESDAY evening nett,,at 8.30 p.m. . :'- " J. In. WOOTTON, , H.on. Secretary., GLASGOW ARMS 3IUICIIISON, . II. LONG, PROPRIETOR T HE Proprietor .o" the above well known entshlishm?ent begs' *most respectrhlly to draw the attention of all visitors tnd tihe public generally to the fact that he keeps nothing buit the best Ales, Wines and Spiri...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 18 November 1887

DR. J. H. :CARNEY; P11YS10].AN .'[j;:Ili; N.UD A CC0 UCTIFUI1. iC7 J ARh1 . . Dn. CAltNB', 'nublle Vacciinnor foir the', dlstrint of K vdhmnm. Va~eciat', ..v,.. r .ateir ' elnv mnorririg, betw eIn the hours of U11 n.rn ano Noon. Will VISIT Tntura Pvery ArlJR-I DA) , ;;a'il:Iiinnyv. h or c nit.id at Mr. W~ottiii' ilUotel; bltwr?ii:'GC IRi 8.80 p'.m. -·] ?.:' - ,--:: I. - J W. LORANC: tIHEPPAIIT'ON aInd IMOROOIPNA Lite Surgie;ili ii, ti.??telluoulrine l. naplil.al . May le cinstakltell. Ilxeley's Criteriin, llotel. Tntura" 'eviy WVedinesday -rriini 12 Ili B a.tl I. F L O ItAN CE. L Doitor of Medicine Ulirversity i?f SItll.lSuei, late burgeon u Melborllo ]Islpitl. nI. 'y Ie' Iisuoltel Irilmn I to 3 1ip.,. daIily at .tihe . 'lnriltmuy, Mlu runpu·a. . i x ii.etret, "ilielil. rtn. a.R: - . D. BARK ER, AS 'STARTED 1PRACTICE SOLICITOR 8rc., WVitlhil the thire ut lltluuey, aud also at 'lTatirs. and will satmil. all the Courts within - thn Siire. Dentistry. M i. ALEXANDER . rALL M ' DENTAL IL...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE PRODUCE REPORTS. Thursday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 18 November 1887

CO3IIMETCIAIL INTELLIGENCE PRiODUCE BEt'ORTS. . Thursday evening. Messrs. F Willients and Co. reprr--Wheat ns .1, per bushel, oants, 2s id. per btlsnel.. The follotvilg ate hee 6d .ns?gnees ,now lying at 'Tattum? rnilwayy stations SBitwn, Shlcohan, Wit lliams, Moore, Otoves1 L,. FIlnininn, R. Cook, Intyly, Darby. ?tsnro, Battersby, Crawfornl Basl~oy, Dalton, Woot ton. Parcels.--Hernld (2), W. Ityan, Rev Chambers, F' rsyth, D* Mactier, J. IBrennan Illshp, lRobertoou, .tl'Elguon, (2) Claney, Ross, West. Eight. trucks of sheep, 1 truck Cattle, 8 trtcks Pigs. The National Mortgage and Agency Co., l.ntttl,, " M.lIbourne,l.reportt having sol- Wneatli ts 4,1 to s 4H) 1 I flodr, 1.8 to LIt; oats. cape. 24 2d to 2s 4 I,, wnite, 2s 8d to 2s 10l t borlee, feed, .p 3Sd to .9a id I malt ing. 4s to Is 8t ; pease. in 241; bran, 7d to 8,1: pollard, 7}4 to 8.41 ryegrrss,ts 94 to 4s Si ; cocksfoot, 4d to fad I hopu, 4.1 to dl mnntre, i8s to its 8.1. New ~'iLlnlianr l Ila.nu nrld Mrchantile Agencuy(om...

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A Simple Barometer. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 18 November 1887

A Simple 3aremetsr. One of the limpleet barometers i ea spider's web. When' there is a prospect of rain or wind the spider sborseas the filaments from which its web is lsupended, and leaves things in this state as long as the weather is variable.. It the ineelt eloneates its threads i is a sign of fine, calm weather, the duration of which may be judged of by the length to which the shreads are let out. If the spider temains Inactive, it is a sign of rain ; but if, on the contrary, it keep at work during a rain, the laster will not last long and wit be followed by fine weathea Other observations have taught that the spider makes changes in its we every twenty-.four hours, and thatif ench changes are made In the evening, just before seietr, the nLbht will be clear and beautiful.

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