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WARANGA SHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY, 7th NOVEMBER, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 18 November 1887

WAR{ANGA. 'SHIR _ tOi iL. MONDAY,i7tIh NOVEMBEpR, 1887?, ... ieit,`0rs: Phlillips; President), 1?'ook:;.Revell, 1,;MKOI;, J.' Ia ylo Heat', I3ribanead'J b Ferguson. The ,nnutei. of tlle p'preyfous m6ti?g wet3e ziadd atid coiifirnted:' CORREHsOkDENCE. .t etteitffrui 'thh M1l idi t ed?: of " WAEar Supply, enclosing tndlitions for com-i petiti&on"fo!iizkd for irTigateldifarps. |Received. From iXr. oan SlIIckell, M.P., atatiiig ,hat holwduldsup}Tortr thme ltera ti.nil i-ithe iaeseugior traffic n'asiiked by tlih'' llre' fNuiuhrurkah. - Rorived.I Fromt the Prq?!ier's office, aoknow ledging receipt of htIter ,. alteration ofi the tihte) Of. ,tli fte~imjiinr tain fromnt Melbourne to the Goulbura Valley. Rece ived.d' t ': 1, 1"::. T - :L" /.".:.. i Froua tlie'Iiida'.D lirtmnent, stating that the Cricket, groundl, lRushwurtb had r been: reserved ifuor, recreatign: puri poses--Tbe, engipeer to forward a plan and get the cricktd' grbolnd re= servdiel *a'sbit'uspocebhle.l .t From Shire-o...

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

S... ... . I ' T I '01, ;, ....i u " ae t off T !n10 AA.11j% +t,?l I " l B l lu i f!' "ii l l lt, s ', BIL IARD" l 1 L:.I iIOGANWS COMMRICJAL HOThEI;, JIOM'8 HOGAN, begs to intinatd tob the stirroundin" 1 iIhnhbitaIts and JL ptabliclgenoral1r that Superior, Accomlid datiniihldl itod.rateCICh ih' arc heo seialtty of this firit-cllasfs l tenlo ,d,: n .Viil IL IA !'' L -slI AR DS!!!,!,„, , :, SUPr PIO STABLING ant'd ACCO'MMs 01) dON-iPADLUQCS. i ..Ilor .e . .ait .uggiesr, n i.cll as .1Iugv i a .lways nHire. , ~IIST-~L"8SAC COMI1O=DATIOTC' - :W..,' s I' ail~ as al, I, lui j at 1 the, 11est 2U r t~t iii.: ,. 'rtýý s 'ii' r4 e Mu -MI o41 D SPRING & SUIMMER DIRAPERY. CR4Ia WILLIAMSON &THQ}MAS2 iMk,t(TERS &' CAR PET~ WAREHOUSEM~EN, eeoe.,,A.o Comnprilorn Ore~s 3 Zf4,eiriei 'Stone Cm, PrntiEii)itiee3llnry, Bate an o niie tso , FlowA!`r, i'onilt~er Inure C'ood.e, filthbooo, L'aderoiothlog,H eiooyOioe . f~i IItl, Co-t~U~os. .,: Ouirii e ,DiiioiTUKr. iiets, Shifle, Cellt...

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The Krabram Union. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 18 November 1887

Slit 'gab itam it is;tl. PUBLISHIED EVERY FRIDAT. FRIDA Y. "NOVE MBER 18. 1887' WE were lather disappointed on arri% iug on the Tatura railway platform to find so few of our leading citizens there to receive Mr Francis and his colleagues tollsy their claims, and to draw under the attention of the authorities the iin. convenience they were subject to. The businesse people, thanks to the courtesy of Mrs Healy, the postmistress, can, if they so wish, `obtain their metropolitan lotters? and papers a very few minutes after the arrival of the mail from.' Jlel bourn!e via Echucn, but the fuarmer,.who in almost every cnaseiare silbscribers, to Mlhozurme weekles'anld as a rule unnkl their visit to thi township during Satu- day for the purpose of disposing of their wares ald to make necessary purchases, cannot be repected to wait until 7 o'clock i. n, hvlere'tlhey have dairy business to nttenld to. Tile farners?u~ e the persons who are nist ihChnhveiested by the Itoppage of tl;he ordinary Snt...

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WANDERINGS IN ASIA. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 18 November 1887

WANDERINGS IN ABIA. Br JI3ss CAMeP?KLr. PROM BENARUS TO BOMBAY. The great Indo-Gangetlo plain is oneoi the remarkable featuree' of this remarkable India. It is eaiomeose tea gently ewelling tiowards the middle, beginning at the Indue mo the one side, and at the Bay of Beogal on the other. It Is about 1,800 miles acious, and its average elope is only about one foot to the mile. With i'lttle effor the waters of some of the-great rivers-of India could, near the" watershed, be made to flow in precisely an opposite direction to that they now take. At frst the traveller is de lighted with the villages, deep hidden in oll?ge, or marked by 'ome noble speoimen of the fions rellilosa, under whibch the brightly clad(when elada villagers sit to discuss local ftair . But amenile after mile.passes away, and the huge pile in still before us as it was behind ne--as these miles stretch into hundrede and hoodreds, with apparently the same villages, the same buftaloes, the same monkese, and seemingly ...

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

Fatal Outbreak of Diphtheria. ITM CAUse. The report of onstable Shbortill on the cause of the outbreak at Newlyn .tates that ic war entirely owingto "the state of the closete," which neither seem to have been uroperly emptied nor deodotised. Infeatione diseases are disseminated more by the eftluvia rising from closets that are not pr'.perly disinfected than by any other means., Every partent, and every responihble house bolder who values the lives of those under his roof, should see that Hunter's powerful, yet limple, harmless, and odourless Diaei fectant i not oelt kept, but esstematilally nsed. It l very cheap by the bag, and car be had from procetrs, or Samuel Lowe, 187 Collins street west, who will supply it on receipt of poetrard.-(Anvv.) SOT H RER I G EL's .OPERATING PILLS " !or CONSTIPATION, BLUOIGItS. L(lES, Ito. Upilke many kands of athartio medicies, do not make you fee woe bheforre s , ,lft tter. Their operatio is rmtte but thorooug, and unattended with digreeahble efeot,...

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NO!" CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 18 November 1887

NO !" Caarra? I. ' And o you sit on high three.lgged stools -with tour feet on the mantelpiece ? she asked, "lookinoi at him with deepest interest. She Swas sittiug in a comforahble ohair on the deck of the American man-oflwar. It was one of thoes, o.ditr which make an awkward woman look doelIy awkwe'd., tin only throw iinto ~muneaequiiite lines every beauty of a grace. tfat oune. h afternoon sun, too, which wa pouring downtl in a blaze of alsnoes intoulerble neat on the harbour, was here softened byh an awning, which only allowed toe tenderest of warm lights to tall on her face and smiling alese. She looked so intensely bewitchiong under iab- clrouumltances of becomlag chair and .lnotuOd snnehlne, that the young American it?ekauslOtigot to aumeer, and only gazed ae ndr s. he sat balanced it. anything but a -o.ire poeslun, on a rickety chair. 'And drink cocktail and thugs t she went T he Captain won't let ns-sit on three legIs etoole, I mes. There are one or two kitking about. ' He ...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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A FINE WEDDING NOTICE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 18 November 1887

A FINE WEDDING NOTICE. A young man from out in the Panhandle. came down to Austin recently to marry Miss M'Neester, daughter of General M'Neeater, who suddenly struck it rich while herding hie eattle on the public linde. The M'Neesters were not going to do things by halves, so they had a swell supper sand in vited the reporters. Next morcing one of the daily papers, among equally florid nean. teoers and paragraphs, contained the follow. ing : "The jellies were pure amber and agate muses of quivering, delicious, translucent sweet, catching the secintillating rares of cbrc. matic showers as they were flung from the transfiguring prisms of the duzting chande. lier, and made the perfumed air rosy and violet as they seemed to hold them a moment in their tremulons embrace before darling them forth on the assembled beauty and chivalry." General M'Neester, with the blideeroom, met the reporter next morning, and said : "Young man, did you write this here notice of the wedding r?" " I-sh-let ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 25 November 1887

. . n &, ..A HEMP , ?IANiLA f4VN -OFF c· Al LaTE? ? O Y UY.S2:,,?L M DL ,;0{ R .Cit, .101 0 \ .~,,9 9b C P s1M LAC ~-~ Fj""":1 I~i----%J*J L~ET ITOYJUY1887i CODMDL&TOHVAU&I 4FANE Ua~ i Nnct~ices. AD EVINCES ml/ mVOO.. (411 AT , ,neW 'Z'Z~a'Iand Ltoan~nd/ M~erc~nt'ie ~~flcy~a -i ;. r- ,Con ?W (Ao iifed) '1 (1sFtvr l FTNT N t~ 4ZA ('Oil ii iii.;·' ' ' C' 'iii viawrl~ lircit 00'_ ip i ' till.~ ilL'Ii'il ii FWI I''ria 1 .ii n ; HUI . fri~rn IC A~IIin'tl...r ni.a ti'atitO's iin eaol ti'ogi. nliti CltlAL ' ) viii · llplll Alll ranc I. Iillwj li.fe JI.nA., F hum c.llo bell inrt Vlloreiii .1 auiiinir Picronigm T'n' Colittane Kin ci 'ii i'n~ul~r ,J hiP 401* tII~ril IISY, til hl lb i liii Aor ,]eli JIU lk,~f. I i'AI"iiceclaN(I, VOI ?I Plinlhicil~ Oil)~U,' ci cl hi'.t (.ohIIII.,-Ira'ai~~l o,...t iI,'ibiiiillu.rnr. titllersia cilnbri,.ll c~iIib.. U lrls ii. i hcgci· lii . , thzl~a t 4:rll .U1ILiI( 4 O .r..n'gi I VL .iIg i e . U Iii. x 'I''i Iscyl, lb itni Juhia Dlelengin...

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The Safety of Warships. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 25 November 1887

The Safety of Warshlps, A very stuatiinog elsatement, made on gocd authority, huas (saye the "Army and Navy I GaOxse' , recently come to our knowledge, r which, if it is substantiated, implies such a t radical defect In the construotton of the I Admiral clase as to demand immediate in. a qunry, lest a more lamentable acident occur I than that which happened to the Captain I The stradtural arreagement of the Admital lase is well.known to consist of a heavy armoured superstructure placed between the barbette towere, on top. of a hull of ordi. I nary shape. The superstructure is, as it were, a box of iron, appaently secured to ths body of the vesesl, and is overlapped at itse foundation by the sides of the haiL It is now stated that during the passage of one of these vessels from her port of constraoc lion to a naval dockyard, whenever she rolled, in what could by no means be called a heavy sea, her superstructure (with I scatcely any of the weights in it which it le eventually to carr...

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FRAGMENTS OF FUN. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 25 November 1887

FRAGMlNi'S'U FUN. The silent man is often worth listnnlug to. A splendid ftL-Proft. Ar-eenalesting produces clear, while tomb stones. A preferred creditor Is one who never saks for his money. Talk is cheap. The man who talks too much get so liberal that he gives himself away. A lively young woman is-quoted as saying that the believes thoroughly in woman's sites -when performed at the altar. For a fly To die At this particular season And not be buried in a huckleberry pie Would deprive him ot.bhie reason. An exchane esays it is about time to call a tlade a spade, and we are pleased to tell its editor be's an ace if he doesn't. borrowing money strengthens the memory, but it is the.memory of the man who loans the oonley and never sees it again. She: Does your parret talk, Mr. MaLks? Mr. Marks (not ibtellectual): Not much, except what I've taught him. She: Only whistles and sweare a little, I suppose. Speaking of his potato crop the other day, a farmersaid : Some are as large as peas, o...

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IN PROCESS OF FATTENING. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 25 November 1887

IN PROCESS OF FATTENING. Customer (in Chinese isuudrz): Does that dog belong to yon, Jobhu ? . eoIltisI : Yep. Customer : Are you fond of does? Celestial: When hungly, dog belly good.

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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 25 November 1887

, Im.poundel,,at, ? Moornompnk, 2nd No vesibur 1887.-Rid iand white steer, iike I (rever~ed) ies rtihatp ; red anml white ster,'lhole d~md slitinear ear, like A off tump ; red-roan steer, slit near ear, two' slits off ear, white belly, n visible.braindas redaand white bull call G off rump. : 'o be sold ina 80th Novem, her 1887.

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MORE THAN IT WAS WORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 25 November 1887

MORE THAN IT WAS :WORTH. Rohbinon: What was the amount of iour dntor's bill. Duml.r ?. Damlry: I paid him two hundred dollare. Robinson: 'wo bunded dollars! That' too much. Dmuley: He saved my life, you know. Robinsnn: Yes. I know he saved your life. But two hundred dollars, Dbmle.l That's tuo mruob.

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EUROPEAN TELEGRANS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 25 November 1887

EIUIIOPI AN T..E LGR&ANS. A collin?mra,? i olting great losn. d Kife, occurr 1, t?p l uday evening in the English CbLtnei|mt~ tn the Rotterham steamer Schlutet an-md.. another steamer whose name ias. no been ascirtained.' The ilchol'ten, was clt to the water's' edge,' and'u sk lmost immediately, fully 20, of her ipassengers being imrwned. tFifty pernne were" picked up by a pres ing vessel, aid' the survivors have been landed at ver. : Whire, NOV. 21. President .G; i.be 'e?ceptedl. the resignation of.M iRonvier and his col 'leagune, &ndI has mnmonrea M. Clersem cean, to lhem' hie has e'ntrsted the task of formiig .new Miiseiry. M. Eugea e Clemencesu in the leader of the Ertreine Left or Radical party in the Chamber of Deptaies, andt is the only polftician of ally reputation in France who has not ,et held office. At the. time of the laet Ministerial crisis it wHs understood that P'resident Gravy was strongly averse to sending for M. Clemencean.' The Radicllendler has a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 25 November 1887

Achniobolo fle. the led oanvioted of a sIlly ofnce oan Bermno. soIl, aod sentefced, to three weksa isprlsonment and a flos, hie hrbn relesued by order; of the Emperor Wllllm. Halvying nu me ml onoslosa used your Iordile labl at U'&oke*e I eosldd.sls my dutlylo Irs· -l t eulmosyo'Its wondofol efsy for f orbsuh S·n colds. W Wtthe elsS of Uquorloslo It : Muoant 01 us ba e efle(.1 0.ol 4 sCld oot o . lmOiupl chllod. I serse Soew iS hI.", . 0. Lw. jluoab Drlhlss'. DtIU5TGMWRi ORDIALm aLE or LIQUORION. Is Gl; sad. R.S L psi x tl.·e, a tim ..'. aY

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WIT AND HUMOUR. THEY HAD GOT USED TO BABIES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 25 November 1887

WIT AND _:-HUMOUR. THEY HAD rGOI'rUSED TO iABIE. " day." saHd a woman, wearing a taded yellow dres, uasshe came out of a wesren Dakotr heu.e whicb'stoed near the rod, as we drove up. " you didn't see no younl 'anu down.the road, I reckon!" .No." " Couple o' mine miein' again. I ue?," a?,d she surveed a Rood-esu inook who were mulaiyig around the houls. Or, hold on, I .,nee there ain't eithi." She begUn einrg'n vero ,ent with her finger, eeyinp: "Qne, two, mnree-.?rau. still, you brate, till I c[ont you four, five-come back here, Opheli, till )cr onmN -sir, sevno;'eighst and two as echool n.ikemtent, atthe" Daby: Ia 'liven; add two ,it',itfi?ri eld is thirteen. All right, etranger. tlet're all'here; I lowed two or three o''em mnd lit ,unt. hut the census in correct." " You have a large family, madam." " L,?wke. family till you can's reast An' say, do yoo know whast' a. talct geotleme., when the fuot one, Sheridan-he's nout'n the i- d shacklin,' corn now-when he was a hbv wha d'ye thi...

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CALFORNIA'S OLIVE KING. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 25 November 1887

CALFORNIA'S- 'OLIVE KING. Colonel Elwood .per' tite largest live. grower andti naiidfacturer of sweet oil in the worldl+ han given a reporter Oanie'iterecin poiit' abhout his isdi neaLs ia;.?;/s?'? Harilhrae is the great ,i?v'ecountyt y the'Uhited; States andt of the world," sauilth'e prosperous grower. " But they can he raised all the way fromn San Luis Obism" to .iti Diego. J'hear of a few treen in Georgia but there;'ia i. gwhfre~l eppe|in America that they are , p"ilceil ezxept in Cali fornia '., hve 100 acres ,nw of olive trees, eighSy~of ,,whliciare ,bearing. I began in rather ai, smll', way in 1873, lnd haIe planted from 1,00,0 to 3,000 trees each winter, ever since. , It takes the trees ,froi four t o six or seven yeirs tie Iear~' I expect to make from ,000tto 2i5,00 battles, of oil. Yea, tliere 'i thebiggest n rt of a market rightt here at iho?i for every bottle thlat ca ?libe inade.' Californtiaecanlt begin to produce thentehthl part; of that is re quired. The present.crop ...

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Submarine Springs. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 25 November 1887

Suboarue Springs. (PROM OU EARTH AND ITS STORY.) Some of the underground supplies of water must be of enormous exten., This applies in an especale degree to those from whioh artesian wells derive their supply London steands over one vast lake in the chalk, and in an artesian well sunk at Tours, leaves, stems of plants, and ears of graei tolerably fresh, esme up with the water, whioh terrestrial reliocs were traMed to the department of Ardeohe, about 255 miles distant. It must also follow that springs will oseasionally cisobarge while under the sea.. This occurs In the Persian Gulf, off the arid coast near Bahrein. The boatmen take advantage of the fresh water bobbling up under the sea to dive down, and then speedily filling their goatskin sacks, rise with the seconding current. These springs are probably from the same soroe as those whioh time a little wy :inland, namely, the green hills of Oman, 500 miles disstnt. Both are tepid, and from their temperature are believed to rise from...

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WHY SHOULD WE DROWN? INTERVIEW WITH THE INVENTOR OF THE FLOATING JACKET. (PALL MALL GAZETTE) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 25 November 1887

WHY SHOULD WE DROWN? INTERVIEW WI1r TBE INVENTOR OU' TRE FLOATING JACKE'T. (PALL MALL GAzrETT ) At exhibitions on the.Thames and else where, a fabric has been shown of esch a buoyant marure that the wearer of a single garment formed of it could not sink If he cried. A life-belt would no doubt srrve rho purnpO9 equally well, but no one woulddream of wearing such a prominent addition to his dresa every time he stepped on board a boat. Ridicule would make such a precaution im. poesible even it caution prescribed it. A river or coasting steamer crowded with pae seneers, each wearing a lifehbelt. would look supremely foolish. But with " costs or jickets poseessing the qualities of the life belt, and with no variation in cut, material, or texture from ordinary garments, there would he no ocasion for comment. Tia STObY o1 Tlib CORK FABRIC. Mr. William Jackson is the inventor of the floating fabric. He called at our office the other day with specimens of his c'irk cloth and fiished marments...

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THE EFFECTS HAVE BEEN WONDERFUL. "Liford Road Dispensary, Dukinfield May 3rd, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 25 November 1887

TR EFFEOTR HIAVE BERN, WONDEItrU. -* "Ilford Road Dl epnsory, D)ukinield. 'May 3rd, I 184. " Dear Sir,--I am hapny to inform nyo that the eade of your S ap and Pills-incrennes here continually. Several of my customers speak' of having de rived more benefit from the uan rif thers than' from any other medisine. " In lnome insitant'ce the efTects havo been wonderful.-1?'urs very respectfully. "Pm. Edwin E?atwood, J. B." Coat of Arms-Sleeves.

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