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SHORT STORY. JEALOUSY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 30 March 1894

SHORT STORY. JEALOUSY, Years ago, there lived a family at O'Brien's Bridge, near Hobart, (or as it was then called Hobart Town) named t Vcnnel. These people were early t settlers; the father was an old Peninsula veteran, the mother had been his wife during the stormy period of his life. She t was a strong, solnewh?at coarse womana , but a good ono-honest and loyal, and brought her children up in the way they should walk, according to her lights. There were three sons and two daughters. - One of the girls was a cripple, but a t :harming little thing, with the face of a cherub-always cheerful, and singing. a The other girl. Frances, was a beauty- - dark, passionate, impulsive, but full of I kindly inspirations. Of course, as she grow up siae attracted the attention of the young men of the place. The fame of her beauty went far and wide, and reached I the mess room of the regiments stationed I in Hobart Town. And you may be sure that the gay young fellows of these forces were not long ...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
VICTIMS OF THE HEAT. What Induces Sunstroke and How To Treat the Victim. An Article Which Should Find a Place in Every Scrap-Book.—Symptoms Proc[?]ding the Stroke.—The Most Efficient Preventive Measure. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 30 March 1894

VICTIMS OF THE HEAT. What Induces Sunstroke and 'low To Treat the Victim. An Article Which Should Find a 'lace In Every Scrap-Ilook.-Symptosms lrrcdc Ing tse Stroke.-The Most Eli clent rrevenllve' Measure. In every large city this terrible malady( claims its victlims whenever the temlperature on clear days rises to ninety-live degrees and upward. While doctors are still in doubt concern lng the essential nature of the morbid con dition known as sunstroke or heartatroke, the causes of the disease are very well known, and its mode of prevention under stood. An attack of sunstroke is nearly always preceded by certain symptoms which should direct the individual's attention to the im pendingdanger. These symptoms area hot, dry skiu-the perspiration being checked dryness of tihe mouth and throat, flushed face, suffusion of the eyes and throbbing of the head ; in some cases there is slight de lirium, inothers a sense of weakness or con. fusion of thought with alternate Ilushes and cooling ...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A LYNCHING YARN. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 30 March 1894

A LYN'lHIý?G" YARN. I'r was early In the seventies, and a ?trLti of three of us were seated around a table is ,t corner of a German beer-garden just nut. mideChicago, and close to the shaores of the I lake. A fourth Englishman wai not far away.- He was our comradte Bar:aton, and lie was otherwiso engaged tihan we. For while we were wooing our pipes and glasses ho was paying earnest and eager court to as lively and pretty a lass as you would like to see at the end of a day's march. l'resently Bareton and his eweotheartleft, andi in about half-an-hour's time lie returned,' 'having safely seen Miss Warner to writhin Ihail of her home. We had it few more glasses of beer, and then adjourned to our It was getting on for noon the next day, and we were all busy packing utit our goods amn chattels, ready to cross the Iplains, when we heard an uproar in the street, anll then shuali ts for ltar.ton. We all went down in a Sbodtly to rlnecrtlin the elause of the rowI. II was soon toll in a drioz...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AN AUSTRALIAN STORY. [COPYRIGHT.] WHO IS HE? OR The Indian Matahma in Australia. AN AUSTRALIAN STORY OF THE Natural & Supernatural, CHAPTER V. MELBOURNE BY NIGHT CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 30 March 1894

ANM AUSTRALIAN STORY. (cOPYRIGHOT. I WHO IS HE ? OR TRe Indian Matahma in Australia. AN AUSTRALIAN STORY oP TeII Natural & Supernatural, DT I.KENN.B TIIIAMI TON, M.D., F.R.C.S. CHAPTER V. Th L r OUBNE fY oIOIIT C0OTINUED. SThe rain fell unheeded on th unlrotected head from which the helmet had rolled into tho gutter, and thile wind searched the cloth ing of the mnu, but there was not the alightest movement of recoveringlio and in "itelligence. Tho seconds glided past until the ton nminutes had elapsed,whenMcSwinncy jmnped to his feetwithout the preliminaries through which those go who have lost their senses. Ilo felt dazed, to be sure, but his bodily energies were in no respect impaired. Ile 'picked up his helmet, put it on, and in ! doing so his hand felt the clmunIy and clotted hair over which the blood had flowed. "Well, this is a rum start" he soliloquised. S"Blow me if I remember a thing about it. It was no crack of a feather that brought me down like that l'hlow ! a pa...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Ladies' Column. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 30 March 1894

,'Hrr fC0' 'Otltmn. Tho Baby'n Appotito,-A lady lits srit. ten n? articleu ,fr te palers r.nttlttlr . WI'L n Cilrcn Shltihlal \h \ atchedi." ' iShe fails, hweverc, to state that it is a gnrrd time to Watch them hcir the pantry doot is opr" 1i.t the. prcscrvr:s IarcI within ieach. AIn-',':r time when watching raves dctr's ,11+ and rinneral expe?nses is, when a chcl ubi Ire rI"i. IeaacCs ito crIawl ariio t te fltir, anrd maoi. featsx a dlsiro tI pItL everythig in its olIthi i :,na1 place its hands on. At this oge a baby Is a good deal like a goat, anll will cat ri I fpaler, rags, socks, gloves, kiinling-wood and uiOnlps of coal, with apparcot selish. The tart of the tmatter is, a baby during what 1.might be termdlc the " tasting period." woulhl, if it possessed a month and abdomen of suli eiOnt capacity, swallow n piano, a batlh-tub, r rany other article of housholushol furniture that is mqvycble. A person who is acquaintel with the Ihnbits of a baby, is awareof tile fact that tile mn...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HOW ETHEL MISSED THE CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 30 March 1894

110W ETHEL MtSSRr'TTTE CONCERTi. Eritrr.'s Charlie had invited her to go with him to the mlsic-hall that evening to hear the orchestra play " Loin di Bal," eat I hicken laid, sip something through a .i Ltraw, and hlave a good timlle generally. lfer eyes were blright nod checks pinkwrith :lelighltfil anticipation. Ethel, dear girl, was inot bland ; her pleasures and luxuries had not beenl sllicient to take the zest from iher appetite. She left the oflice at six, beinig detained longer thaln usaal, aind took a car for the South Endl. Wlen she reached her lodging-house she decided to go across the way to her dininlg room and tike ler tea befole dressing. l Ethel drank her.tea, aiind ate the live small strawherries that adloned, without over crowdling. her pauce-rlish. nibbled the crust of a roll, then Ilhastened back to hlier lodging holuse. She entered the front dloor, ran I lighlllly up to lher room (two fligllts back), ileetinig no one. The house was strangely Squiet.i. Ohl Mrs. \Vr...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AND SHE WAS HIS. FATE WILLED IT SO, BUT ALL THE TIME SHE HAD THE BULGE ON FATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 30 March 1894

AND- SUE--? - W IS. VATE WILLED IT 90, liT ALL THE. TIMI 85115 H)AD TIlE BUL.IE ON YATE. t The scene was in a drawing-room of West Srrolnpton, and a strange idea came into her nmind. She was romantic, and all kinds of strange ideas flitted inl and out of her pretty, silly little head. SStamping s lhard as shlo could a patent Sleather boot on the carpet; throwing back her sliouldors, her dress tighltened over her a bosom, whicll was heaving like the Mediter ranean ; and Iointing to thile .Japanese cabi e net in the corner of the room with a conm imandling gesture, she said in the perelntory tone of one who will not brook contradiction, whom nothinll call turn from a sot pur t se : - "Open one of those three drawers." The younlig lain lirecipitated himself toward the Japanee cabinet. " Don't be in such a hurlry, pray. Fiist hear what I have tosny." Ie ie stoppled suddlenly, as if she had told him that the drawoer were charged with dylntamite, ready to expllode as oonU ans the cabinet ...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE LADY OF THE CHRISTMAS CARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 30 March 1894

Tl:.I. I,7 Y O T: I'I; IIIS.T..I.S C.\,U'. 'OUl vriai' pIhtna li!; to k?now ..., .. alotyl the heap of C:,itm,,' calrl that lie up:u, 'Mr. anid Mrs. I:a'h aith's tabli between the aw= is of lle-alih tbe ':1i:ald I3'th,I thes!e is anw..y.: on.: thalt tlhe nfl:orc:,entiune: ge:tlemana think- fit to aloftr.ict from l.h' irOlir:ituh-iie:. of its e:tie:rioec. If, as if mro t often the calc, he is the first dow'n i, the lmorning-whlicth"rt it be a morining alight with M.ay bhaoi,.s or merely with the reltlec tion fromli Christmani! snows--the abstrn:ctrcl card (liistinluisithall! through its thlick envelops by the peculiar fashion of tihe atldires.--a dash and a " Onlbraitll, Es." no Ghlristian name or other ilndication) is slilpped ilto a silepocket until its recipient is "tlone, nlone-all, all alonoe " in that solitude wherein, to paraphrllase the wvorda of Blyron, Ihe is "least alone "-to wit, the solitudelo of the sniokinhl-rooim. To oCie versed in tile itllguige of symbol, Itheo abst...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WAYS OF ADDING TO CLERICAL INCOMES. VARIOUS CALLINGS FOLLOWED BY PARSONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 30 March 1894

WAYS OF ADDING TO CLERICAL INCOMES. VARIOUS CALLINGS FOLLOWED BY PARSONS. THAT the clergy of the present day are but an ill-paid body of men is a fact so widely known that it hardly needs repeti tion. The clergy of all denominations are poorly remunerated for their services. Of course there are the prfesional plume a which fall to fortunat lerics, but there plums are oftener gained- by interest than by merit. So it is not surprising to hear, sys. 1 "Cnssell's Saturday Journal," that clergy men turn about and supplement those scanty annual allowances in one way or another. In the country you may occa 7 sionally come across a parson of a rural parish who works a small farm; but farm ing in a small way affords but a precarious I livelihood in these days of agricultural depression. The writer is acquainted with a clergy r man who for many years reared pigs and s sheep, and coaxed the soil into yielding him miniature crops of hay and wheat; and r every market-day he might have been obser...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE FOXHOUND. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 30 March 1894

THE FOXHOUND. Tue life of the foxhound is like that of the professional soldier, or rather of the old "long-servico" man, who entered for the course of his able-bodied life, and, like Mr. Kipling's Private 'Mulvaney, looked upon the regiment as his home. Yet, as in the case of the soldier, the hound's early life is in strong contrast to the routine and discipline which come later. He is "walked " or boarded out, as a puppy, sometimes alone, more often with one comr. panion itn mischief, at a farmhouse, gentle. man's 8eat, or large inn. There he is :etted, pampered, and stuffed with food, his round stomach and glossy coat being the delight of farmer's wife, lady, or bar. maid, whichever his temporary mistress may happen to be. Each looks on him as the walking advertisement of the comfort of her household, and hopes that he may do her credit by winning the first prize as the puppy show. The petting which the little creatures receive, and the patience with which their early whims are e...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NOW FIRST PUBLISHED. FOR MORE THAN LIFE. FOR MORE THAN LIFE. (Copyright.) [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 30 March 1894

NOW FI1BT PUBLISHED. FOR MORE THAN LIFE. BY INA L,. CASSILIS. Luther of " Iletween Mlidlight and Dawn," he., hc. (Couyrihlt.) It was a frightful moment for Bcala ice Delna. She stood alone, her bands boulnd behind her back, amid a group of savage and worse than savago banditti. Two of them had surprised her down below, on the pass, and had dragged her up to this place, a small plateau among the Calabrian hills, above, towering heights, below, dizzy depths ;. nohope, no chance of escape, no ruth in the dark faces around her. Was she to be nosigned to the chief, or gambled for, or fought for among the infamous crew. She was a beautiful girl, dressed in the pie turesque Neapolitan peasant dress ; but she was not a contadina. Beatrico was a circus rider and * trapezist-an upright and honourable girl, leading, despite her perilous calling, a blameless life. She knew what fateawailed her now, and oven in the agony of such dread and terror as only a woman can know, her quick, keen brain wa...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CURIOUS KINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 30 March 1894

CURIOUS KINGS. BEsIDes the ordinary monarcls, to whom we are already accustomed on coins and postage stamps, there is a number of kings with couttesy titles, whose royalty is of a somewhat diflerent character, but who very likely enjoy a much better Lime of it in this world than their moro exalted counterparts. For instance, there was the notorious George Barrington, " King of the Pick pockets," who had picked pockets all over tihe United Kingdom and been in prison more times than lie could count, and hIad even gone so far in plying his business as to get convicted for picking pockets in tihe lobby of the House of Commons and at a Royal Drawing Room. Among his other qualities he certainily possessed considerable skill in ruling his turbulent subjects, and there was no better friend obtainable for anybody anxious to recover stolen goods. After a long and interesting career, he was sentenced to seven years' transportation, and lie proved his kingly qualities on the voyage out by quell...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE HOSPITAL SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 30 March 1894

THE HOSPITAL SPORTS. ----+-- The residents of Tatura and tlistrict are cordially invited to take part in the demonstration that is to be Iheld on Wednesday next, in the show grounds, with the laudable object of assisting the funds of the hospital. Let os hope that none of us who will be present on Wedeesday next "will ever need the assistance of this grand iontitution ; but we should not forget the wants of sulter ing humlanity that always will be in our midst. The procession will start fromn ['Elgunin's hotel at eleven o'clock Il.., iltl proceed to the ground, nail it prize is offered for tile best group, the most original, or best sustainedl character, andl the best character ,on( horsebaLek comric or otllherwise. On arrival oil the groundl the following events will be put through : The lulies committee met t t tile Mc chanies' Institute on Wedneslday last, whell tllhere was it good littciiitLtnce, and linl lrlllagemllellts were tade. [l'rs Wilson has accepted the refreshment boot...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A TALK WITH PHIL MAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 30 March 1894

A TALK WITH PHIL MAY. Mn. Pa1L MAY, the popular black and white artist was the other day interviewed by a " Sun " man, to whom he gave the following information: "t1orn in Leeds. Began drawing shortly afterwards. Drew battle pictures on the nursery-floor. Mado portraits of actors and actresses who played at Leeds. Came to London at the age of 16 to make my f fortune." " Ws'itli hall-a-crown in your pocket?" " No, with three-and-sixpence." "That is a pity. I wish it had been half-a-crown. It, would have sounded ever so much better. You had a hard struggle to begin with?" " Very. There were fewer illustrated papels in those days, and work was diffi cult to get. Besides, my work at that time was rather bad. So 1 had a distinctly rough time of it at first. 1 dined, when I could afford to dine, in h la mode beef Iho s. Did you ever dine in an A Ja mode beef shop?" "Oh, yes! In the old days. It isn't so bad when you're hungry." •' You're right. Once I slept in a cart. Did you over sleep i...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SHOULD PEOPLE MARRY BENEATH THEM? [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 30 March 1894

) SHOULD PEOPLE MARRY BENEATH THEM ? IT was pointed out to me not long since what a vast number of unequal marriages are made yearly, all over the country. e There is hardly a large family out of which 0 some member has not made a marriage with a pcrson beneath or above them in position, and it is so common a subject that almost every one must feel a certain amount of interest in it. Men are, perhaps, more likely to choose wives a little below them in position than women are to choose husbands, and there are two reasons for this. o First of all, a man is much less bound by r the trammels of conventionality, and the fear of what the world might say, than a l irl Is. And in the second place, his friends have not half so much to do in settling his destiny for him as the woman's I friends have. In the majority of instances, where a man Smarries socially beneath him, lie has been cut off from home aeoociationas and influ Sences, and thrown among a different set of surroundings from what ...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A HOODWINKED UNCLE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 30 March 1894

-A -lIOOflWI N ,I) I INCI,., I* ERR ZgtT ll? ifAUSgIf, thle great S bankerl of Cual.vae, treW a very siaret man andtl hard to ibe ,',lie Illla,1ed nlo the eartlh, fooundling iniing-hlusel in nll the capital cities of the world, and .ucking Ip gold? from Lhlcir alllatell counlltrico at thouglh their fincgers were fishionled like the tentacles of the octollp. Asn Ilollthing urges na mant to despise hie fellows sit much las inskling money ont of them, Herr %Zebedo, who wa1 in a way the lhearl of lil the Hlauser firms, had collected it number of aahtlorinism aI is to ualln itnbecility, which- lie was foiln of repantingl , with 0i brand l'tran.i'n grin. One day, lfcrr Zebr,lee received the fol tlowl in? t lnentable letter fIrlmil his tirs? colinall, once removedl--i hera Zchaclitry MIlnoe", bhinker, nl ieigatr merchanllllt, of lalshop.sgaite-otreet, laudon, : aIr )?,.at ZuNIerIf.? :-lPr'ise be to Ilea;ven that lthe lllotations f f our lnt loanl are looking illp, bllt l 1i1 sorry to say l...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 30 March 1894

IMPOUNDINGS. . unomnsox.-Bay saddlo mare, saddl marked, star and streak, like - nea shoulder, black points. To be sold 18th April. NATnALIA.--Light-bay horse, M near shoulder, blind near eye. Dark-bay mare, T near shoulder, lame near fore leg, To be sold 20th Marchl./

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CASUAL JOTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 30 March 1894

CASUAL JOTTINGS.' [BY FLYArWA.] The bugle call of the football season is being .sounded, and barrackers, old, and young, are getting their vocal organs into tune. Soon again will. the police paddock be gay with the blue-and white guernseys with the diagonal stripe, and the laces and ribbons of the ladies, who turn up their daitity noses at such tame sport as cricket, but cheer us with their presence and smiles when the 'excitement of football begins. Are we going to make a good bid for the premiership of "the Valley " this year? We have a c:ipital field to select a score of players from. As the Lord High In quisitor says in "the Gondoliers," " Of that there is no m:umer of doubt, No probable, possible shalow of dotlbt No possible doubt whatever." But we do want, or, rather, we wanted last year, a little esprit de corps and a little forbearance. You who have the good of the sport at heart, don't be too ready to take offence at trilles, or to fahey yourselves slighted. Do your best fo...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HINTS TO VIGNERONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 30 March 1894

:HINTS TO VIGNERONS. The following interesting extracts from a pamphlet by Chas. A. Wectmore, should prove invaluable to rur local Vignlerons : 1t During the period of my ob:ervations and studies in Fliocee, in 1878, concern Sillg the phyllOxera plague, my attention was especially attracted to those remedies (1which had in view thi restoration of ex i haused soils and the regeneration of tile colnsttiiutions of clltivated vilnes. I found that tile weightllt of evidence was in fIavor of tie use of nlitrogenious potash IlllnllCes and of Amllericall vines, as ilear to the will stale as po:sible, for Sgrafting stock. All specifies, to be used as sinmple illsectici es, were foulllnd to Ie Silllct icablle on aecountllit of great expense liand theior failures to provide radical :land permanenlit cures. The onllly permanelllillt resistance was found whlere constitl1tional( ch:anges were wroughlt il vineyards. S Manlly FreIch vitioetlnrllists lland sciel tists- ldhlered to and insisted upon1...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LOVE'S LABOR LOST; OR THE Slipper of the New Cinderella. PROLOGUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 30 March 1894

LOVE'S LASOIL LOST on THE Slipper of the New Cinderella. --a--a·----- XT DAN DR QOILLU. PROLOGUE. The tender ecstacies and mild insanities of chaste, deep, despaiting love are often peculiar and almost beyond belief, except by those who are themselves deeply and despe. rately smitten. CHAPTlERI I. OINiDEniELLA. In Virginia City, the metropolis of Silver Land, resides a most bewitching maiden of "sweet sixteen"-and a half. We may here record that her form is matchless for its symmetry and lightnse. She ihas an abun. dance of that superb hair which is neither golden nor auburn, but which seems to par. take of both, mingling their hues like those seen in the cloaud which we sometimes ob. serve floating above and around the setting sun: and this hair is, to a considerable ex tent, her own. Her eyes are hazel, and of singular beauty and serenity. Her features are classie in their precision-in the short, haughty lip, in the low, straight forehead, the oval cheek, and beautifully modelled ...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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