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AFTER SEVERAL YEARS. "Stoke Ferry, January 9th, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 25 November 1887

AFTEf BEVRERAL 1EARS. "" Shtke Ferry, Jainuary 9th, ]884. " Gentlemen,-I have iused SeigeI'S Syrup for several years, andl have fnaiul it a most efficacious remeldy for Liver comj*tnits and general idetility, and; I always keep some -hy.me,andl: cannot speak too liihlyin n its praise.-I re main, yurs tri'g. " Harriet Kisg."

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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The Kyabram Union. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 25, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 25 November 1887

:P ti0ULIHA0D ar.T .RIDAT. FRIDAT. NOVEARfBER 25. 1887. "In our aldvertising columns will be observed and imnlortant sale of 1640 acres of Agricultural leasehold land. in the parish of Boweys, county of Moira, the property of James Everilt, Enq., will be sold on the 8th December dly MesaraGreen and Crockett at Wilby, tnne mniles from Tungiin;l. In our advertising columns is an an nouncement from the Bfirm of Mleasr Brown and Seward notifying that they have purchased the sale yards of Messrs Tretlsowan and Sons at Kyabram, and 'that thtey illteul holding mon;hly sales at Kyabram. The first sale will be on .th. 18th, December. Tenders, have been excepted by the Railway Departme, for the ereetion of alpeep and cattle yar.ls at Kyabramt station. The muccessfual tenders are Messrs Wallace Brans and M'Kennie, at £869 10e.Sd 51. MseerisCairns Brom. are the succeseful tenderer; for the Murclison to Rushayork railway line at £40,514 lie. i5d. -Mr. Michael Meehan, of the Post office Hotel, Ky...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PRODUCE REPORTS Thursday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 25 November 1887

COMMERCIAL INTELLIq-ENlLI PRODUCE IFEPORT Ti Tmhrada~evening. .Mcsr?ar. Williams and Co. repvrr-Wheat Ss 6d per" husbel, oats, 2s 6d. per bushel. .The following are the c nsignces now lytnpat Tatura railway stationsi ;.F P IJalkyarl, Hunter nilds't-Dlgllsh, T Hor?gaeJ it Wootion, F \'illiamsa & Co, .J Foirvtb, C Cameron, J .IfElguuna ' Taylor; Police, L Fliungan,. "J P Nolan, Bsttereby, A t .H Groves. Dalton. SParcels I' tarriman. Halkyard?, Releeen, Wltson, Or.ffiths, Williams, DuwisI, Miss, Reilly, Robinson, (Coma.. - livestock.-l truck of pigs. The National Mortgage andl Agency Co., Timtd.,i Melbourne, "report having sold Wheat, rIs 6jd to Us 7d ; flou, Li to LIO; 1 oats. ape,2 2s 2 to is 4d, whitle, hliOd'toa 2s IItjd; barley, ked, ls Sd to Ss 6C1 ; malt Ing, 4s to s d ; pease. st 3I t ; bran, 7d to 7f-I: pollardi, 7d to 7d ; ryegrts, s 9,d. to 4s 3d ; cocksfoot, id to tt ; hlope, 4d to 5d ; maize, s Iltd to 4s. Messrs. Arthur 8. King and Co. and Messrs. Hephurn, Dowlis,...

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Correspondence. (TO THE EDITOR.) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 25 November 1887

(TO Tne EDITO)n, S'tr,--A paragraph appears in last "'week's issue of The?,Yeoman stating that •" we have. cotneillore nine, seven does Stlht care whether 'Mooroopna lives or Sdies, eanil the other two' does not care e..ither way," now ,we are iinclined to 1believe that the siid rtatemeatwillhapply 'with equal forcewith regard lto.Tatqra. 'We have a vast dismil swamp leading 'from the middle of thle reserve right rthrough the esntre: of:the .town, which ' t the presentime is illed with a large 'bo.ly ot water, "whereihe refhse of the .rtreets. assists '. liberally in keep "ing up the. supply =andl uirrintaining rthe quantity ltf what will shodtdy he Iputrid vegetable mntter, ' the stench of which will hbi tirtilly unbearableh.s 4he, -summer aedvances... As the new railway line itrsibeen the 'means of opening' up~ new ,townsnhipi here' nd there,? I preseme 'the 'Orimn 'cillera of the $Ihire of Rodney are, of the opinion that Tataor has shdone its -work, and had t day, antid therefore...

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

Yu on nt Wanst to lny New Platedware. 'Then' send your epoon., forks, or?nte,' ealvers,'ta and coffee rrvicee. etc. to John DInkl and Sons 42 only Bourke retret wert. they will make them equal to new. Theirs is the heat houne for garden.hose. water mtsers, picture-rode, saaliere, bracketse, eletoio.bels, pumps, etc.-lAoTv.] Deceptive Advertistng. For the sake of popularity or gain, vendors of this, btha. or the other will descend to anyi trick that will attract the eye, and familiarise the public ilind with their goods. But we desire to call attention to a eries of paragraph advertiseements pubhlished incessantly during the pvat twelve months, which, while ther treat of one and the same suhject invarihlyh, always approach it through the medium of some entertaining and apparently Irrelevant matter, but which at the same time is never without a direct end inetlructive epplication to the material advertised. There is probably no article of commerce whose merite. as a boon to mankind, r...

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PIC-NIC AT TOOLAMBA. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 25 November 1887

PIC-NIC AT LLTOOLAMBA. -4--,. On Saturday; the 19th instant, pie. nwie was given to'the children ,Attending 'thae State School, Toolathba, N1 455; i:n the paddock kindly' granted by Mr. ifLeod, and. was higIhly succestful. !_Besides 80. children there tere abont 100 ,rparent. and friends present, and great thlailks+re~iidue 'i the la'dies' thm' s iuperitnteuded .the distribution"' f'?ie good things ,prMeided,-every one was :gratified and pleased. ·To lMesdamnes . M'Namara, Taylor, ald Sutherland, 'with Mlisesea Dowling, Timothy (2), -M'Callum.,' and iWilson anut be given the greatest credit for' the success of tile mneeting. "To :-M. -.-Bulled thechill -diren were highly inidebted 4or erecting half a dozen splendid -swings, which, 'with a couple of' footbeiH ', cricketing 'materials, and races, .everyone, ,was rafforded ausenont to their heart's con * tent. A great measutrentf .uccetig iis *dlue to the.ntnsat liberal, cotitribeting of -goods antd rash,the latter collectedtfnomn the ...

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FEEDING THE BABY. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 25 November 1887

FEEDING THE BABY. Time after time have we referred to' the dangers attending upon feeding young infants with farinaceous foods, for a babe has no ,power to digest starch in its early months. As,' however, the end of the first year approachee, and the little teeth are hseing developed to meec the requiremsente of the system .and deal with aliments entirely different from milk, the fond mother may give her child variouse kindeof the light food.. Tall the end ot the twelfth or fifteenth month the steps taken in this direction should be well meaqure4. Of the three great claeees of foode, those like starch yield their force to the system with the least digestive effort. From time immemorial, gruele have conelsttted a primary food for the young. While countless millions have wadted a-a, beneath their use, millions more have found In this daily bread, the food sufficient for them. The strong survived theiradmintetra tion till their syotems required and could uatilie them, the weaklinog hav...

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THE ESCAPE FROM THE FREEMANTLE GAOL. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 25 November 1887

HE ESCAO OM THE FREE Hfigaina.nd Jarvis'" b of the pri. anteors who eiP.ijiajlronm tle Freelniantle Gail: oi, .Wed.lnad. were cught l Ite oen Satii;rdav iafere(nn,. a mile on, tlhis side of: Gliil . ' .,rd ntabhle O'Yllara and Hackrtt, andl 'two natives, while riling through the Ihuh, comle auddenly uijmon the two eacalAel priaoners sittihng by'i- camp fire pI?parinhg Isa. The police Iprang upLnI them, Itll hbefore any reristance couldl bh i.fred had - aecured thlein On thl previous night the store of Messrs. Padll.nt~iL idtlan.l Co., of Guihlford, hl'd haeen Ibrken into, and a rifle; lmmuniiain, proviiuons, and other things had been atl a , Some of. thle stole,. articles w;re.ftie?d in a very large ,swag carled by Hughte. The two prisoners were; brought into Perth o _.horseback. Both were in civilian drees.. .The. news of their"arrest spread likewildfire through the.city, and by the time they .reacliedl tlhe Central police station a vaist coniiurll'iuf peomle had assenibled in the ...

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THE LADIES' COLUMN. AT THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 25 November 1887

THE LADIES' COLUMN. • -.AT THE'CHILDERI'S HOSPiTAL. Every year the imoortant subject of the nuriog of the slck receives greater attention from the medical fac1lty, From' Amerot comne the new o sd teartlilg-eewertton that the recovery -of a patient -depends en tirely upon his ".:dir'. an his :ne?ling. Witbout pattgoR .-.tbe medical man "sa mrtchs fa the background "as Brother Jonathan seems 'ioolied to do, -we may safely say this good nur?tag ie a factor, the ieportance of which oan soarcely be over rated in the recovery of the sick. The vocation of a nurse Is one of the noblest open to a woman, and. seems to me to uford ecope for the exercises of all the l rdintlvirtuese. This ie especially the case ia the nuraing of children. The little ones have not the reasoeatg power, or sense of grown people, and in dealing with them, Indomitable firmness, taot, and patieooe are required. The eight of sick children is one that appeals to all hearts. It seems unnatural that chlidhood should be a...

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CURRENT FASHIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 25 November 1887

CURRENT FASHIONS. We are at present reallliog the " beak Novrember" of which English poets have so much to may. The weather is most un seasonable, and light dresses are out of the question for the moment. -However, when our climate has relapsed to its normal con. ditloo, white muelins will certainly appear, as they are quite, a popular this season as Ilst. They are made with shabort bodioes, many forming yokes, tucked, or plain, and also with polonalses These white dresses are much trimmed with Iaee, ae a rule, but embroidered uellins and lawM ere also seen. I was recently shown anumber of newly im. ported white embeolderedm lioa drers es. The ambroidery on these gowns wasee worked in blue or crimesoan with very pretty effect, the draperies being oaught with-bows of ribbon corresponding in colour wish the embroidery. Draperise, which differ on both sides of bhe skirt are still very fashionable, and are used both in mas ins and cottons. In cotton gowns, the Garibaldi budine, the plea...

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Consciousness and Decapitation. (MEDICAL PRESS.) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 25 November 1887

Conselousnems and Decapitatton.' (NoEIaCAL m?ss.) Does life in one or other of Ito functional manifestations immediately cease aftdr de. capitation, or ia it prolonged for ever so short a time, reckoned by seconds? Is the brain capable of preserving some of its faculties for a bshort period after the head hua been sepaerted by violence ? Hundreds of expert ments have been made to find the solution of this problem by differept svasnte, but not one was conclusive, nor even segnlfcant. The learned Professor Velpean, however (a re lated by M. de Villiers in his now work ' Amour Supreme"), would seem to have obtained certain multi a propoe of the exe. cution of a Dr. La Pommerais for having poisoned Madame de Peuw. .At the time the trial excited the greatest interest in the capital; it was one of the canoes celebres which are consigned to the pages of history. The eminent professor went to see La Pommeras in prleon a few days before his execution, and addressed him as follows: " I do not...

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WANDERINGS [?] ASIA. ON THE ROAD TO ELLORA. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 25 November 1887

DB JaNws OAMPEnrt. FROM BENABES TO BOMBAY. on ws ROan D0 TO UORA. .In eroesulg from Jubbulpore to Bombay we get osu as the little vlllage of Nandgeon, whre the road leaves for the famous aves of E! or.,. ft8 let in a queer .ocn trivano, .knows In India a s tonga 'and behind the usual wretched steeds whlih do duty for borses, we. oommesc our journey, upon a fairly made roaed Arriving at Nmdgaon in the middle f the night. I had to make' lmme* diaee rcram mentse. -for a .tongs io take me to E lore. Luckily this trip is among the ordinary journeys taken by the viliross to India,. and therefore the arrangements were easily made. Through out India where any sighes are to be seen native enterprise eue greatly ,roolitat, d the traveller's progress. The desire of the Hundoo to turn an honest peony--nn',, if possible, a few dishboeet onee-has brought into exitence all soete of useful persons, who smooth your path, but lighten your pocket. We did the dies mile to she usual furious fashion. to ...

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AGRICULTURAL NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 25 November 1887

AGRIOULTUBAL NU'TM8. Ther are some. itereting pointa in an atiele am thIe strane artality amoagst -bards of eattle . atrodced into Gippand 'from 'Qoemel d, that appealed ins recentl sse of a Oippcaad paper. A sheboet time ego T'e Hoe. W. Poo?on brought down a large deals of ettle from b t interior, but pon stheir arrival i Oilppelaad umbeysl of them died off rather suddenly. SThe Uaal veterluay inspeotom aand .eport ollowed. but no dedle inaformrtina re gerdlng the a .: ofel the mortality eu fmralshes. Moe reestly, Mr. Bowman. Roeedale, brought dow a mob of 40 bead f ttle from Quem t?land, via Deoa When between M a and Trgom twelve bed ware taken suddenly ill and died on hse road. .Nearing Beedale two others also soecombed. Shortly after reachbing bos.ne ave more were atteked, It beinl then natled that the die see meed tlb nature of a pia?irayl, au he animlat wa" quickly poestrated and. rendend sltely helplese to regain their feeS, althoughl in other eepeote they lcaked qoite well. ...

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Mr. Sala's Back Drawingroom. (BESSIE CARALAMPI, IN "THE MAGAZINE OF ART.") [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 25 November 1887

Mr. Bala's Back Drawlngroom. (BcsiSx OAAtLAltPI, I " T-? E-tAOA?zlNE OV S - ART.") In the back drawingroom of Mr. Sala's house at 46 Mecklenburgh square share is a conflict between literature, bric.a.brao, and pure art ; but I am lead to think that art i ite truest sense predominates. o We must, however, take the "curios, . for which the proprietor has a life'long craze, first. The portieres between the frons and back draw. ingrooms are of Henri Deux tapestry ; and between them is suspended a group ot four ostrich eggs in s network of silk and silver, and with long sliver tassels, terribly tar. niehed by time. These are souvenirs of Mr. Sula's travels in Morooco more than twenty years since. The eggs were obtained for him by a friendly Hebrew at Tetean; and the proprietor sometimes adds-"If he did steal them from a mosque, there are more oriches left in Barbary to lay more eggs with shells to be afterwards utilised for pious purposes." On she mantelpiece is a " broad sweep" of wax s...

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

BUbmarlae eaBots The Paris "iPgaro" describes a new submarine torpedo boat, impelled by electricity. The boat measures 8k metres from stem to stern, Its prow Is ratbqr. rounded, which renders It better able to bear the shook of the waves, but reduces its speed. The motor is a dynamo mohblne devised by Captain Krebs, which drives a screw of 055 metre in diameter, The electric power is obtained from a novel aecumulator which. is kept a secret, but which contains neither lead or acid. Twenty kiloe of this secondary battery yield 1 horse power. It is said to furnish on die. charging all the oharge which it has re ceived The total weight of the battery is 2 tone. The 132 accumulators, eonneocted in.series and distributedmin three chbete, are placed at the bottom of the bhold. The boat attained a gonstant speed of 83 knots for 5 hours, wish the expenditure of 12 horse power. The instruments of measurement showed during the disohargs 87 89 amperes with a porential of 100 104 vols, or say 9...

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HOLMAN HUNT'S PICTURE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 25 November 1887

HOLMAN HUNT'S PIUTUBE. (BY A AustRALcIAt PHIWITINE.) SThe exhibition of the Grosvenor Gallery of it piciures in Melbourne is rightly regarded as a rare privilege for purely Australian eyes, It ii intended to afford them new pleasure h In the region of art, and to have an ednau Stional eflect upon Australien taste,. As , an Australian with no technical a education, I fully appresate the privilege. Most largely have I availed myself of she e upport?t.ity of inspecting the works of re I presentative British areiste. Perhaps I e ought to say further that I profess to cherish Sa degree of enthusiasm with regard to all works of art. I have, in facs, been always passionately fond of act. I bhaseizedevery I opportunity of seeing what could be seen and in lieu of seeing have read extensively on the art Iresurse of Europe. I mention these points for the purpose of showing that I may be allowed to represent the average Australian observer-bhis gnoranoe, his in I born love of art, his desire to...

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GIRGARRE SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 25 November 1887

O:IRGARRE -SUNDAY; scuooL' So: e time ago itwais decided to give the children of the above achool a treat' in the sI!ape of a . ic-n.iuc, and, as .naml of them trtend Hlltoirinlla Waranmg,' as well as GirgeareRlotle Schols, thley were all asked to join'- ?lhe ic'jde was :held on the 19th lnst. in Mr. Millen' paddock (who very kindlyd placed every .thling on tihe estatfislihmtnt at their dija poaal? . The chldaream arrived soon aftw *eleven o'clock; and commencedl enjoying ithemselves inmmeimately. A very hounti 'tol lunch was erved beMtween one and 'two o'clock, ,after 'which gamiesof all --orts were ihlltitutetd. And many a gambol frolckedo,'er1th And. sleight of art and feats of strength went roond, .And still ?as eachrejeCted plenasre tire'l, Saucceedlng ..sports" the mirthliul band .inspired.., ' ". And were kept, p with great vigour 'till half-lpast five, .when.an adjouramnent wwas made for. tea, at which fully aiwty 'children and 'as wmany grown-up people -sat downi, and were ...

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STRAIGHT BUSINESS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 25 November 1887

Newspaper map are not easily deoeived. If loon in the journalletic' harones they a cynical from force of ciremstances, as . thy have inside views of the thams of polities. of society, of profeseions, and of conductor life: gnerally, dealed ordinary men sad .women. 'hereufore, when mi editorgive nan utquallfed entdoriement toesomethiung which he knows wll raise the ire of iso e of his readers, it io evident to all candid minds that that some Ihluti most he pus-te,.d of real merit, and he all it is repremented to he Th* followingL artlcle from the "Donald (Victoris)Timea" o 25th October, 1887, Of which tondlrey Morgan, E)eq , is editrr and proprietor, is self-x- planatory. The "Tlimes' is the oldest printed paper in the at. ArnauSd.hire, and its editor has had thirty-two years honorvable connec tion with newspapere in that district- Many. of my readers and my friends ask me how Warner's safe care ha a fleetd me, and I think it only due to rstate the following for their and the public ...

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LIKE AND UNLIKE. Author of 'Lady A[?] [?],' Etc. CHAPTER XXXVII.—(CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 25 November 1887

LIKE AND' UNLIKE. A r ?' .m Bainnos, thy " * rey AaNsy' spas,.-t, eDl n . ia XXVU -f EDgm oau.). Ils 'Tiu* em ,as boar ile eetb ra d ht IN lbstOrkansye, and started Sat tin alas I pseye aemong ae 6tleigraphie lra as Naples.--Uevesaeen ý · , m o a uttnrd the Colomel, with a * Lady 8t. Austeli Swill "mb Afuand se tren her Neaposilan Wodd eb.at et. nm 2 Hardly, onise e were S,_very fooiek .wrolu. Dime 'diseases wMksh.rvae. the namrow streets e a sit', The mana ant alley sad crowded lSaistes were the herd.working poor somi qal are .ld rnsown to n etst suburba illu' perebid" blgb p on the ass of t aowermeaaed . hill, W d heir bebe to thb msad? Iheir fase sol ab sea. o on waold polosl thhe lal tbat blew In at LadyBt. Ausel's windows. She Nedwlt ddag this oplnion. that so harm ,eooul ahbl ,eome to Lady a. -A?il, C0of"e Develln read tlb cholera 0?lum. witll a keer Interet Iban other parts el the paper, sad bad a patioululy .aep'elto tlbe.niewe from NaPIlee. Chole was upested all tmeosgb 8ou...

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THE GOLDEN HOPE. A ROMANCE OF THE DEEP. I [?] a [?] that was not all a dream.' CHAPTER XXVI.—A T[?] NIGHT [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 25 November 1887

A BOf --NO OF THN I-EP. iAnnesa dras Was.melnanadem.' Bi W. CLA Ra.mr., Caaram XXVL-a Tamaar.a NIror. Is wee are o"lock. The men were hathip dgrevualag tidr slupper.. The swell that flattened somowhat afte vesrig a Mtie abetbedg bad grown oafaoed by a counter swell el up hfrom the eoethward of sat. This made the laboaring of the schooner abominable; i wes almost like being In a whery, in a Neewy--e hobbinlg, reeling. tps, Etioa, N it the vesel were bwithed oa had omt e levtatlion under her keel ineffsetally esriving to heave her out of the sea. The told that struck her on he quartser liad no iem to Cma her sloj_ lmit ere the swell gunnisa aLherktq Wj heron she bow, end, while she ws in the mct of elidingt into one uoshb with bhr eutweler, there was another hollowing ader her etera. The oldest seaman could not setud or move with out holding on or clawing his way long. and Johnny ,he boy failloha. death end leamed mver he aide it wealoeky the e'o?ner was in ballas and of booyant sand ...

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