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GAZETTE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 30 March 1894

S GAZETTE NOTICES. o--+--- · Francis S. Bate,. KI:tadmtit'i, Ins hieno appointed Electoral Riegistrar for the Kataiatite . division for. the electoral district of N tunmrkalh and Nathaliat vice 1i..J. G uthrie, whose re it sigiati halits leen accepted; ,Jiames \1'.. Gunthrie, .Y'irrovweYil South, has been appoilted- Delrity -Relgistrar for the KIntata:itCedivisioi of the electoratl dis e trice of Ntiiiurhak and Nathalia. Tile following estimated population of the Australa.sian colonies for the year 189;1 has been gazetted :-Victoria, S1108,015 males, 665,1)57 females ; total, 1,17.1,02). New South Wales. (i8,,I10 males, 5fil1,380 females ; total, 1,22*3,370. Queesland.-2. 3,793iJ niles, 188,i0(1 females; total, 43.12,2 . South Australia (Proper).-177,219 mtles, 16 4,759 females; total, -311,978. South Australia (Northern Territory). -4,153 muales, 383 feutales; total, 4896. Western Australia. - 41,014 males, -24,050 ffemales; total, 65,0l14. Tasmneia. - 81,078 males, 72,4.46 Temcele...

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

The n.ITr. It l a pity thatl people ? notnhehl hto talb care rif lidilr hlniR. till it Iles alreray begntts thlrmn'l tientliet, inlliaps. n minch nll yearl to I _c 1!s vigor aid lr.ntily I thin ttinty "Pp, ton ,a ?r .!alist, o, iI thld r I:cnkl"ts cannos Stnfl'r I' trm such an u-ni' n. u1t:c i ihe' their in,;t intaiinces Ito tell Ilhinl to th nl ofm pre. i -ivini ~r renoewivinie i' nl they wn lte to tihe N.,tc nI.l Q:lery depar::un.'lt ofI 5i:ne nnewas papr, an I (ineally a:?sinle Puch a funi of Iwihuedge nit thle nr ill-alt that it is a wondell rilnyiny in ever Iahl or cray. 'This one tellsI tIllhanl to cut the catls of tile hair; that one rays not to clip but lrn the ends, on the principle, perhaps; which prevents one from cutting grape vines at certain seasons, less the spl exudeo and the plant wither; a third says, " Neither cut nor Iburn the ends of the hanir: since there is only so much hair form. Ing mialerial in the scalp, if this is exhausted in prolducing long halir, it wi...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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The Sense of Smell in Dogs. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 30 March 1894

The soeia t of S,mall Int nlof,, It s, I thlink, of mnue inlterest to iupple. met the very Itrlkilng nId IXoet experli Intteil of Mr. manes onl tlihe aetit ro Iont! lt, as: ?rcontll of soento t lIcnentlls of nt line st"::.1 Hin't: with a very hilfcn'nt kindl ,, r, r... :: p{:: !* t i. he ta, to"_l I, to, h tliii i m tnllll lt pilesh rI diry i l lc t tiU a Lase ehl rtl l i. .n t. "'ll e , ., W tns It 'lllan t Iof tit ruint, nil a smiall pi, e . nit tlne il ,ic ,r thl:n a s.hi:tIin..,l y i or li ne lbiocl it n . ts hi', l I; and as i:,. as the hi dii ty pace was alccie lel tieo Ilthe dg she never failedl to find it. bl breing ,lwys th: I.isyit wulb hel pabefore under a heap f a dlozenll or l ore neparoom, per stool, or soft ceshion, or fir shnoel, nd onrt two or three occasions in the foot of the hoot which had been jelst tankun of, the hiding hohy being always carefully replaced before the deg wns admitted into the room, nod without exception the biscuit in a very short timte was dis...

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 — 30 March 1894

SALES BY PUBLIC AUCTION. - UNDERA. FRIDAY. 8OTH MARCH, 1894, At One o'clock sharp. M c/BRIDE, MARTIN, & CO., 1 having let Mrs.' A. McKenzie's farms to' Messrs. C. McKenzie and Allan Hepburn, have received" instruc tions to hold an IMMENSE CLEARING-OUT SALE, Totally without reserve to the highest bidder, Horses, Cows, Implements, Fur niture, Utensils, Etc., all of the very highest quality that will bear the closest inspection. Remember the farms are let already. Mrs. McKenzie is leaving the Valley, and has no further use for the plant, therefore THE SALE IS GENUINE. Every article must be cleared out. at S- once. BIPR , MW, ARTIN, AND-. CO., , 1-"tlit'tlitioneers, Land and Loan Agents Shepparton, Mooroopna, Tatura; Dookie, etc. [1-1 MORTGAGEE'S SALE. PINE LODGE SOUTH.. TUESDAY, APRIL 3, 1894, At'3 sharp, at the Market. M cBRIDE, MARTIN & Co., under instructions from the Mort gagee, will sell by public auction, as above, all those grand Freehold Properties, Known as ],e...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 30 March 1894

T ATURA. MECHANICS' IN STITUTE AND FREE LIBRARY. ESTABLISIIED 1882. T HE PUBLIC READING ROOM open from 10 a.m. until 10 p.m. daily, also on Sunday afternoons, front I to 5, aund is supplied with all the lend ing illustrated and other papers and periodicals, local and metropolitan journals. The Circulating Library contains nearly 2,000 volumes, works of the best authors, principally history, travels, works of reference, poetry, novels, tales, and sketches to suit all tastes. Subrcribers plcase note that Books ore issued every evening from 7.10 to 8.30 , Friday afternoon Ifrom .1 to 5 p.m. Subscribers can join at any time. Annual subscription 10s. per annum to all. By order of the comnuittee, LUKE FLANAGAN, Librarian. AMMUUNITION A?tIr.\r ON IANI . F. B. MORRIS (With many years practical experience in London and Melbourne.) Successor to P. Perry ; also late of .T. W. Rosier. Gun, Rifle, & Revolver Maker. 363 LITTlr. Bounc STREET W1VSTr Few doors from Elizabethll-street and opp...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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TATURA RACE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 30 March 1894

TATURA RACE CLUB. --o-- The final settling-up meeting of the   above club took place on Wednesday   evening last at McElgunn's hotel. Dr. McCarthy (the president of the club) occupied the chair, and there were also present, Messrs Vaughan (secretary), Hogan, Maher. P. Murray, McElgulnn, Carey, and others. The President stated that they had been called together to hear from the secretary a report of their position. He must congratulate the club on the very successful race-meeting they had held this year, not only successful from a racing point of view, but financially, for they would have a substantial profit, after all their debts were paid, that would enable them to pay off most of the arrears of former years which the club had drifted into. They would all agree with him that the meetin had been a most successful one. Mr Vaughan read the statements which he said was only an approximate one, as more money had to come in but at present, after all the debts h...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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JEALOUSY IN ANIMALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 30 March 1894

JEALOUSY IN ANIMALS. No one who has had pet cats can long have missed tokensof this passion, in which, in so many ways, the "lower brethren"   resemble men and women. How one dog will come and nose about and try to push aside another, and move himself nearer to his master to get all his attention and pat- ting! Only the sense of discipline keeps   the one dog from flying at the other in such circumstances, and sometimes, indeed, dis- cipline does not suffice. A story is told to this effect:—A hardy mastiff had for long occupied the sole place in the affections of the family, when a little toy terrier was introduced, on which, of course, caresses were lavished. What was the surprise of the members when the little toy terrier disappeared, and at the same time they noticed something suspicious in the look of the mastiff. Search was made for the terrier without result, but on the third day a servant, going near to the coal hole, heard a faint whine and moan of ...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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A Delightful Little Story. The Duke, the Schoolboy, and the Toad. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 6 April 1894

A Delightful Little Story. The Dukl, tihe Schoolboy, and the.Toad. A ~ o2emporary tells cf a delightful letter of thel;uk.:of ,Wellington which has just heed unearthed. : It runs as follows Strdthfleldasyc, July 27, 1837.-Field. Marshal the Duke of Wellington is happy to inform William Harries that his toad is alive and wri ll." By Way of explanation of this; duridmi despatch we are told that the Duke inoneo of his country walks found a little boy lying on the ground and weeping bitterly. Being questioned the little boy pointed out a toad to which he had been nc cuetemed to bring food, and which always looked for his comingand took the food with gladness. .The youngster was about to be sent away to school, and he told the Duke he feared his ' poor toad" would die, where upon theDuke:,pomised that it should be fed reglasrly, asid the letter quoted above is said to bo one oftlire~which the little boy re. calved before W-aime back for the Christmas holidays to find his toad alive and w...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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Wonders of the Deep. Hill and Valley on the Ocean's Bottom,—The Track of the Cable. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 6 April 1894

"Wondecrs of tihe Deep. - ++--- Hill and. Valley on tile Ocean's lottom.- The Ti'ck of the Cable. Tihesea occupies three iifths of the surface of the earth. At the depth of :.500 feet waves are not felt. Toe tIemlpetlatre is the same, varying only a trill fromn the ice of the pole to the burning son of the lequtotr. A mile down the watter has a presenre of over a tonl to the square inch. If a box six feet wide were lilled with sea.water, and al lowedll to evaporate under the sun, there would he two inehoestf salt left on the bot. tomt. Taking the average depth of the ocean to be three miles, there would be n ayer of pure salt 230 feet thick on tile bed of the Atlantic. The water is cltder at the bottotm than at the surface. In the many bays o?, the Coast of Norway the water often frecczs at the Ibrttinl before it does above. Waves are very deceptive. To look at them in the setom, one would think the water travelled. The water stays in the samne 'ace, but the motion goes (.i,. Someti...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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Rescued From [?]ave Ships. Congo and Angola Blacks Who Live Far North of Their Old Homes. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 6 April 1894

Rescued Fr.a .dlave Ships. Congo and Angola Blacks Who Live Far North of Their Old 3ames. Scattered along the coast of West Africa in Sierra Leone and Liberia are a number of settlements known as Angola Town and Congo Town. The ancestors of the people who live in these little hamlets were born hundreds of miles south of the places where their children are found to-day. There were natives of Angola and the Conga region. Many of them belong to the great Banfee family, and they know very different lan guages from those of the negro tribes among whom they now live. These handfuls of Southern African people scattered among the inhabitants of Liberia and Sierra Leone are mord fortunate than .many thousands of their friends who toiled away their lives as slaves on the plantations of the West Indies and Brazil. For these settlements were made by rescued slaves, who were taken by the cruisers of the civilised nations from the holds of slave vessels. They were bound for the West Indies or Bra...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 6 April 1894

Certainly the beat mcdicmIoe known is Sander and Son's Eucalypti Extract. Test its eminently powerful effects in coughs, colds, intiucuza-the relief is nstlistatucoulL. In serious cases, and accidents of all kinds, be they wounlds, burn, scaldings, blruises, sprains, it is the safest remedy-no swellings nor inthunmation. Like surprising effects productl in croup, lipthicri, bronchitis, inllaramation of the lungs, swelling, etc., diarrhoea, dysentery, diseases of the kidneys and urinary organs. In use at Hospitals and medical clinics all over the globe : patronisel by His Majesty the King of Italy; crowned with molal and diploma at Internatioald Exhibition, Amstcnlam. Trust in this np prov'l article and reject all others. IIotLOwAY's OINTMENT AND *PILLS. Coughsl Influenza.'-The soothing properties of -these r:ledicaments render them well worthy of trial in all diseases of the respira tory orgalls. In common colds and-influenza the Pills, taken internnlly, and the Ointment rubbed over...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 6 April 1894

IMPOUNDINGS. -4t MooonooisA.-Bay nomre, star on fore Ilead, like 7 reversed near shoulder. To be sold on April 18. S1111:PA' roN.-Bay vmare, hack, aged, black points, no visible ibrand. To be sold on April 25. IlRNNYt ?ne. - Iplack horse, white face, three white feet, halter on. To lhe sold onl April 11. Strawberry heifer, no visible brand. To be sold on April 18. Mooa.t.-Red steer, white face, TS off rump ; 4 yearling heifers, strawberry and red, no visible bratnd. To lbe sold on April 25. ]BRNALJ. - 5 crossbred wethers, wealllers, back quarter off nIler ealr, top off and slit, off ear, branded like V or Y on back ; 3 Merino ,wethers, weaners, same ear-marks and brands as alrove Merino ewe, two-tooth, back quarter off both ears, same brands; Merino ewe, weanler, same ear-marks and brands; crossbred ewe, weaner, same ear-nlirks and brands. To be sold on April 18. Bay horse, star, fore legs and off hind leg white, near hind coronet white, collar and saddle marked, branded like S near...

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"James and John." [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 6 April 1894

"James and John." The other day a number of passengers sat in the waiting rooms of the Detroit, Grand Haven and Milwaukee Railway depot. nnl side by side was a dumpy uold man with - shiny bald headl and his left handl in a sling, and a tall, long-waisted man who hiad benc. volence written all over his hatlehet face. After looking around for awhil, the the tal man drew a book from his pocket and beg.an t" read aloud: "James and Jolhn were two lrothers who thought everything of each other. Wherever James went Jolhn wanted to go, rild vies versa. One day their mother sent them-" 'Oh I bosh 1" exclaimed the dumpy man , What's that, sir I" "I said bosh I If you are going to real, rcad to yourself I Nobody wants to hear any such trash as that I" "They don't!,eh ? I'll read anyway I like, and I lon't keer who listens or who don'i. And be continued: "One day their mother sent them to lhe village store to buy some sugar anld ten. It was a mile or so from tile house, and the sun was hot. As t...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COUNTY COURTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 6 April 1894

COUNTY COURTS. EfcincA-Tulmrsday, April 26. lSIIEPPARTO--'IIu+rlay, April 1I). 1i?EcIw?ORTII--TU t|.lay, April 17. NAGAB1ntE-Tlhurlay, May 31. Sl.,YM'ouu-Tuesday, August 28. SUPREME COURT SITTINGS. BENDIoO--Wcdneaday, April 11. SIIEPPARTON-Tuadday, April 24.

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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[?] [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 6 April 1894

m*00 =pt .n. n t it "u r e .r r; S?om , :.r'e I I ar! " I I . 'air. Baoa wiln. ,. ..u _ . : i icei ?r am *:?.y' t., r .. ,,,i: II .:.imongt:n ; Till [i, , i+ h.at i tiir nig. S a : Vt I irt . st t :ll ? tiii :ay, I". ii I ll I':rata wits Iri lt i"rei T'tn f lre ll f: i ii, a si , ra'w,.I, And have :o aaitiirus after. A:i trtl ?h alni *r lli.'rl f r1r, I tow kite ld. \ e?lr hIti1 i tlirhr airra aire tiiroI' ing. Ctine traik, ar,,lit 'Vrl ia i Lhe ii ab t Of everl.t' tini, lut ng. Sr flacer ar e ali flrra rrt .iona t ike exiriatier aa."eter Ai] same i. I tle t:r.t life S :r 1, wte kinow. Yet btite i a i, IcorrlVetrr. Uintil one fte, i ntnta tirp at iast, (ileavern kir,sweach iilihet; t un't dutlt itl) rte fiutuire frwles, tihe Iast is trisL I W\e cannot live withostrt it 1 We t-1r not if mean call heir ,ve?s , Or fair, or wise, or clea r; Wet Iak, we Irrtrtilntately entreat, " 'it you Ira mirrir fair?c'rl r

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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GENERAL SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 6 April 1894

GENERAL SESSIONS. CASTLE.rAINE-Tu lmay, Mlay S. EcuuvoA-Wednesday, May U. BENALLA-ThuIldZay, July 12. SI1EPPARTON-Tuehsday, July 17. 1BEECIJWORTII-Tues?iny, July 21.

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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Birds as Signs of Fortune. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 6 April 1894

B1id' ats ,tx ,ian.s of Ft)'olttto. Swallows were reganrdedl :s sign of good luck on ahorec,but the bil'-natlru was strnul In thlese ginceful cicatalre. A reputattio for virtue troubled them, anld so they went to work to cultivate an evil name anrgllst mariners. Cleopatra, Onseeing a swallow on tile mnastheal of her vessel, turned her back upon thie ship anll I.,tly rIefiollst to sail in her. The wren scenls to have hat a lmoire kindly disposition. A oianx authorl t lls? us that the tihermten of tile lit e Mof ia.will Iot go to sea witthsu taking oile or those birds with them. 'L hintrd, it. seels, must be dead ; it is the littei ?or:pe that avnerts the rstorm and holds tti fair wind st st?ig. rTheir tradition ii of I lt. a sptirit that hallelited the herring track atttewtednlways by storms, nnld at last assumanid !tIh litelgr of iI wreCml ?ti flew away, so that tl cv t:.ink i\hell they have a te.t1 wren witll stt!tou ott it ? llla't ," It is on record thait a smill Inltil-hirri fle...

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Teacup Lore. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 6 April 1894

Teacup Lore. Here are a few old women's signs which may be read from a cup of ten. If anybody happens to have two spoons in his cup, it is a sign that he will figuro prominently at a wedding before tihe year is out. If milk or cream is put in your cup before the sugar, it will cross" lour love. A tea stalk floating on the top of the tea is called a "stranger." When this happens to unmarried ladies they should stir the tea round briskly and then place the spoon in the centre of the cup hold. ing it quite still. If the " stranger " in its gyrations is atlracted to thie spoon, the ' stranger " will comne that evening; shoutd it, however, cling to the side he will not come at all. We may observe that it really dc. pends on the state of the atmosphere as to whether the stalk goes to the middle or not. It is a sign of fair wvether if the clusters of small air bubbles, which usually rise after thesugar has been put in, collect themselves and remain in tile centre of the cup, If, on the con...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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A Solid Home Virtue. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 6 April 1894

A Solid Home Virtue. Economy is a virtue which is needed every. where. No matterif persons are rich orhave large incomes, they should be economical. To waste is wicked. There are better ways to spend money and goods than to waste them. It is the poorest use they can be put to. Many people would be economical if they knew how. It is an art to practise economy. To do it well one must know tile art. All can have it if they will. It is an aritllmetical art. It is the conclusion of numbers. All must live and ought to live well, but how to live best at tile least ex pense is the work of figures to tell. We must count the cost of ways and means and com* pare them. lMany people use expensive articles of food and dress when cheaper ones would be in every way better and more serviceable. Especially in regulating tile table expenses is there a great want of cconomy. A little useful infolmation concerning the qualities of food, the amount and kind of nutrition matter they contain, the wants of ...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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NOTES AT THE SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 6 April 1894

NOTES AT THE SPORTS. [Blr Fav.tw.AY.] If is quite c ldent that however the prevailing ldepressnion, about, which we plrate in suech pathetic tones, nly hlave a?flectedtl the coiuntry in general, it li?s lnot datspedl the cleerfulness, nor dis heartened the spirits of the peopile of Tatura. Anyone who couldh go the round with the plrocession on Wedneslda last and watch the varied grimaces full of groteCsquenCess and jocularity, hear the mnirthful bunter and laughter on all hands, tutu look on at the well-conitested seriul u age letween lhiitalo Bill aind the police hIy ' lle crner :~tter near the " Ierald " ollice, without feeling at sentiment of genuine aniusemlent unutl plesulrable ex citemnent deserves to be sat uipon the rowdiest of the bullocks for about live minutes, to get his liver and biliary organs shaken into place again. We Ilo not ever remember lan occasion when more genuine life auld energy was thrown into everything connected with the annual lllmnsltratiol ; anl "?'lya...

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