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Movelist. A HASTY MARRAGE [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 6 April 1894

A I:?,I I'Y . UltRLSiiG Zi " ly liuigh iouo?rwy. It 1was elevclI i 'clik in thV iori'nhi. Th ;II llU shine brlghtly oil Iunscll Tecrrace, St. liJoi's \Vod, ibut itsi raiys pas:ll?hig thI;ho4I1h tir hllt' tiurnld bllind which covereCd 1 it of itl.'e w1 il, IW.: of N'. , re.solved thclle - rchlve into h n'?;itn:sl h i of lifht sn.rr tha oiw? :lly full if iliotiiu , tlll ; for the llroom ilt which the rtullhillo stru:gld had :s unkempillt, even disreputablo ,!stt aSlcop lon it colch lay 1'a youngI Il?il.an of abhout four.iand-twenty. ie Ih:ul his full share of ?l11 looks, but leavin (? out. of qucstion the ghastly effect l of o t aig? clothes when seen by 1' rnii g lightt, Ii lkcd a: s lluntidy las thl rousn itself. 'Thi idoor openililt oiseld iOssLl ty, and, iafter a preli milary , ((llce, girl enteredll a lltsill. 1sih0e stood ovelr th lie ilebIpr, l1okitog at hin half in satdlusos, half in contempt. Shie was tall J niu fair to 1 se. I h'r head was well set oft bete shoulders. ller l...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RODNEY SHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY, APRIL 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 6 April 1894

RODNEY SHIRE COUNCIL. -4--. lMO'snD., AmunL 2. Present :-Crs Young (president) Archibahl, Allen, Harper, Hogan, \ralshe, and ?['Carten. The nminutes of the previous meeting were re:ul and confirmed. CO IHR~iO cENCE. - From 1M. Crawford, Mooroopna N., mnaking application to open a road to convey water to his darn.-Copy of reso lution forwarded. From D)eakin Shire Council, forward in: cheque fo?k.I ts, balance half-cost of iworks on boudarly road.-lleceived. From Health Otlicer, notifying the appointment of I)r WTight as health otlicer for Kyabram riding.-Received. Front W. 11. Day, Mechan's P.O., asking to eIa furnished with initial ex penses of the formation of the Rodney Shire.-Secretary to forward required information. From WV. P. M1'Ntarna, Crown Lands lailiff, asking for reply to his letter.-Attended to. From Berwick Shire, directing atten tion to the difference charged for fares on the railways within the suburban radilis, and those on the co?ntry lines. No action. 'Frotl Suthe...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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THE CRIMSON SNOW. A Story of Norway. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 6 April 1894

THE CRIUMOON SNOW. .? S?or'a of \'or letral. BY S. L. YOUNG, The white rays of the aratio moon fell upon a trackless plain of fcnow, the lir-trees waved their hoary liiubs lihe- so nmany spectral shapes, and every tlin: ar uand the old farm. house of Stettin.o ,k.. : w, rd an?r glhn.tly in the intense stillnens. Suddenly the sound of slaigh-bclls etrueck the ear, and a pulkha drawn by four reinderr cvrne up to the door. A gentlheman wrapped in furs stood on the Ibre:h. ld, holding out his hand to a young lady who was eo rtff:ed in .lir.p that her face was wholly invceiele. "Don't go, Mr. Janscn-don't go out in this terrible cold," plhacded a lovely girl. "Erie, my b y.," s .,d an old mnn, ocanning the heavens anxioucly, " I wish you would be persuaded to stay. I don't half like the looks of those cloud,." IIe shook his head to both pleas. "I am sorry, sir, but I moat • my mother will be aaioiue." " Well, Ella, then; leave Ella till it Is warmer." " Whn will that hr, Christino ?" lau...

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

TOO LATE.. " RANK and I had quarrelled co..i i, . l- home. from lire. Caertwright'e party. I know it was all my fault, but I wounld ne acknowledgl it, and we had parted in any thing but a lover-like manner. lalf the night I lay awake thinking how foolish it all was, lly flirtting with that -illy, conceited Clarence Walker, who was not fit. to be mentioned besideo' Frank ; and yet I V given him every reason to think I cared roe for him than anyone else. Frank was usually too good-nainrod to take any notice of my petty flirMtions, but this time 1 had carried it furlher tihan over before, and ho had spoken sharply on uer way home. 1 had resented this, and quick words followed, until we had parLtit in anger for the first time in all our a?imtinllnoe. t My conseeisue whispered "You are to blame, write to hinm and say so." But mly stubborn pl ide said, " Never ! heI must make the hirst advances." Doull and hevy-eyed, I came' down to breakfast the next morning, thinking that no one knev of...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 6 April 1894

FOR TRADE DEPRESSION USE THE TATURA Without People won t and can't Advertising is guess that you have a to business as a advertising a man wdll good thing to sell. man well shod. always plod Nywton worried consideribly LbLout that pple. i No, of Is wil oId ptolhly ]have w'OrriJ.d at ill if i' had nt b0 n fo the toothsome fruit in fir-off tiies. Why 'N ewtonl's apple fell d,,wnwards, we know. io also weli a business is said to "run itself withont advertising," wv inow it will si'vi is atother ilhlstration if the law ,f gravitati t - ravity is always downw-irds. Print altt pr'osper iS ut wise old saw. Tliere is nt necessity of arguiig the question whether it pays to advertise. \\Whether it pays ti push busitess. W\hethier it pays to send out well written cireulairs. If you thi,,k it, doesn't pay, tnke dowi your sigus; pull dlwn your blinds; keep very quiet and don't mention business. Ex nihill nihilo fit. Your circuhlr ijeoie of the props of ybitir business. It i&tllfinidt ;al...

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

A MODERN CINDERELLA. LL the Comtesse d'Eons's guests had • left the chlteau that afternoon for a fox-hunt. There were more than sixty of them, and they were pretty well tired out, for there had been a cotillion the nighlt before, and it had itself been preceded by a long excnrsion. For the Comtesse d'Eon was an indefatigable hostess--the more so that shte wished to prove to her guests that she was younger than the youngest womlan among them. S)he know that often when she persisted in waltzing until down, people weodered sndibly what her age might be. Al-d inothing woeuic d her so muclh as to hoer people say, " y dear Countess, you are simply ae ouishing," for amhe knew they adhid, emder their breatl, "at your age." Her ae ?-hew abard ? A woman's age i bet a proper sabject for upeculation. And wheat a terrible espec this nineteenth cen bury. t, with its registers, its marriage eertieatee, its centracLt, its notarial acts, in which birth dateacre inscribed in plain black and white ! R...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE TABLES TURNED. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 6 April 1894

THI T 'I'A tiALS TUiNElN iD. HE1I, moast desperatc and lawless mten to be found in thie West-I speak fronsI 1 wenty years' extper'ielnce oil the pllillns.-ar I thegamlblely, confidenlce men rlnd robbers who follow the "ndul of Lrack" when a rail way is plushiiug through new and unsettled territory. At every side-track a new town sarinigs into existence, so sendlonly as to slggest the western exprOesion "drolpped there by a cyclone." At each of these neowcomnmnities the rst 'colmers are usually men of the kind I haleo ment0ioned. Along tile road bed, wherever a siditng is to be Ilid, a dozen or Imorel big tents, reo pe?wirely labellei " Saloon," " l)nace :ouse," min times, very appropirately, " Satan's l lel" er the " D)oil's Den," are always ft :rd sat upl in advalnce of the arrival of Ii traeok-yors. A aerlin larvest. awaits the owners of the gr'ggsrmbs, as the "railhader," of a certnia clhes, tles his " bile " from hit foreman a? freqotentt intervnls, ill order Lthat be wlay sash ...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RODNEY IRRIGATION TRUST. MONDAY, APRIL 2. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 6 April 1894

RODNEY IRRIGATION TRUST. MloDAY, Ahlu, 2. Present-Coans lIorrissev (chairman), Wilson, Byrne,,, Gray, logan, Allen, M\inter, Blray, Stewart, Lancaster, and Kavanagli. The niinltes of tihe previous meeting were read aud o1 conlirnmel. COllll:slllNlcEScNEl:. From 'Water Supply Department, en quiring why lowest tecder was not acceptae for contract No. 93 (i1. Secretary explaiined. l'rolnm same, stLting that they colld not. Al:Vise the trlust ill re claim made by the collector of the Eclhuec and Wa ranlga Itrst for certain money paid him by this trust for daln-filling.-Referred to staluling counsel. ,lFrom same, again recommending to the trust the equity of strikillng a dif ferential rate in regard to the parishll of Mur1cliison, 1and statlin that considera tion of the trust's rating regluation for 189-14 would be deferred by the Depart ment pending the trust's decision.-Corm Bray said that it was impossible to make dlivisions to sullit all rltcIlpayers.-Corn W?ilso llpoillted out that ...

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

TATURA HOSPITAL SPORTS. A inor, glorious day could not haIve been wished for than that of WVedes day last, for the occasion. of the fete in aid of the lioroolpita hospital. It ras close onll twelve o'clock when the processioln Madae start flom 1' Elgunn?'s hotel, headed by the IMurclisotn brass band, Somee of the characters were of the most grotesque kind, and well sustained. Following in order, were. 1t.: well-sustained group "The moving Job" or " l[ard up and broken dtown," certainly looking everything they represented. alMe, horse, trap, 0lltt contents, pre s.',;1 , a most woe-be-gone picture. A ret, .sentation (on horse-back) front the Lady of Lyons, was quiet and unobstrn sire. A gang of bushrangers struck terror into the minds of the onlookers by the depredations they committed. T'rhey were continually " bailing utp," and fall ing into the hands of the liplice. Tlhey had the inulacity to ,tick np the Comt miercial bank il open daylight, bringing forth bags of sometllng that wa...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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THE KYABRAM UNION. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 1894. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 6 April 1894

TIlE KTABRiAM UNION. PUnlISlE? EVI~rIY FrnIAY MOIINING. ---o- FRIDAY, APRIL 0, 1894. IN Varilous nmatters, '.ittiiri hias in the lipst been noted for its enterprise, and we note with pleasure that the latest additiona .u our local institutions is not Ibackward, ill enterlprise. As will be seen by ia report in aniotlier columni, tlhe local lire brigade at its last meeting passed ta resolutionl to take into con sideration the aldvisallility of holdilg a demonlstritionl oii the 11h Novenlmber inext. That such at gatlhering would be to the advantage of the town aiid dis trict scilrcely nleeds sayilng, as thllat will le ilimmediately rcogllised by every fiar seeling liielmlber Of oulr cmmulllllllli!ty, and. apart from the spectacular dlisplay, the public at large would learn mollre tlhau ilny be imanlgined of the d:llltgers attenlllant on the calling of a firea.lll Or town is the centre of a large and popuilous district, and this fact is borllne out iby the iumniber of fire brigades with...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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Accused by a Clock. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 6 April 1894

Accused by a Clock. It was magnificent, in its carved walnut. wood ease, with its large enamelled dial, and with its pendulum of brase, bright as gold, passing and repassing before the opening covered with a disk of glass. All who caught sight of it through Pierret's (the cloakmaker's) window stopped to gaze at it, and formedlittle knots about his door. Pierret, the cloekmaker, was still a young man, in his thirties; but, nevertheless, he was inclined to sadness, and not at all talka tive. He had known a great sorrow. Seven years before, while he was serving in the army, hies father had been murdered-in this very shop, now occupied by him. Who was the assassin ? On whom could he avenge the old man, who had never done harm to anybody, and who had been so kind to him? Justice had failed to lay hand on the murderer and robber, who had carried off ten thousand francoseaved son by son by the father for his son. All researches had been fruitless. Pierret had finished his time of service i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 6 April 1894

T ATURA MECHANICS' IN .L. e STITUTE AND FREE LIBRARY. ESTABLISED, 1882. THE PUBLIC READING ROOM open fromn 10 a.m. until 10 p.m. daily, also on Sunday afternoons, from 1 to 5, ,antd is supplied with all the lead 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 tb suit all tastes. Subrcribers please note that Hooks are issued every evening from 7.30 to 8.30 Friday afternoon from 4 to 5 p.m. Subscribers can join at any time. Annual subscription 10s. pler anlum to all. By order of the conmmittee, LUKE F[,ANAGAN, Librarian. AiMMUNITION Ao' iWAYS ON Hi.ND. F. B. MORRIS (With mainyyears practical experience in London and Melbourne.). Suceessor to P. Perry ; also late of J. W. Rosier. Gun, Rifle, & Revolver Maker. 363 LITTLE BoujllIcE STREET WVEsT Few doors from .Elizabeth-street and...

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A Bull's-eye Shot. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 6 April 1894

A Bull's-eye Shot. "Boy, did you kill that rabbit ?" asked a citizen of a lad who wascarrying a dead hare along the HIoden road the LtL.r day in one hand, wt ile he had a gun in the other. "If I didn't who did 2" was the boy's surly reply. e Why, he miglht have run agin the fnce and committed EuiCide." " Ol, you were oacEhikng around and saw it, oh I" exclai:ned the b .y r. f o gave the rabbit a swing and dropped him into a mud-hole. Once I aroeo at hreak of d.y .11y droway pil.ues, orning, And loved, beyond all other hourn, The filet hours of thi morning; Now all the day drags wearily To me, a lazy sinner, Until the hour I love arrives, The genial hour of dinner. Oace, when the moon was uill and high, 1 loved o'er broke and hruemble, In rapt p.letii ce-ncry, With .Men or K.atao t ramble; I hcelped t.he over wall and dyke, My wai-t ws t.hen much lhinner; Nonw Ftan nd Kate. and moon are naught I only love my dolner, Once I coucld touch thei ivory keys, Anld laoed tlhoma ballade olden...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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GOLDSBROUGH, MORT AND CO., LTD., report [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 13 April 1894

GOLDSBILOUGHI, MOlT AND CO., LTD.; re'C uort:-Wheat. Cables received from London diated the 0th instant, report a firmer market int Europe, whilst those il America are stronger, and l prices show a generl advlance. Sales of Australian cargoes, February ship meat, have been effected at 25s. ild. to 2is. per 480 lbs. c.f.i. W?quote-Prime milling, 2s 4 Id to Is ld ; fair to good, 2s l.d to 2s 4.4d. Oats.-Prime stout, ls 101 ; ordinary feed, is 7d to Is 9d. Blarley.-Prime molt ing, is to 5s 2d ; fair to good feed, Is Il to Is Ikl ; thin to mediumn, ;Is hi to 4s 3d.

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. Melbourne, prilA 11, 1894. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 13 April 1894

MIELIOUItNE GRAIN MARKEI'T. Melbourne, prilA 11, 189S . I)AI.GETY AND CO., LTD., rtport :-W-\ heat. Owing to the strong demand for milling pur poses, shippers are llllmost out of the Iarkect, and, with the exception of intercolontial ship ilents, we have 1io export tiusillnt to report. We llvc naule otmesmIi ]iarge te ls dtriigg the week, realisingi 2s. I d. t,o 2s. tdi. fer prime milling wheat. The' following are the quota tions of the market:----Prime milling, 2s. .*'d. to 2s. 5d.; malium on., 2s. :34.d. to 2s. -14ad.; inferior and faulty lots, 2s. Id. to 2s. 241.; off lots. 2s. to 2i. 1 4d. .Oats are steady at last week's rates, and we quote:--Seed Algerioan, Is. '.1. to Is. 104.; milling do., Is. 7lid. to Is. 8d.; feed do., Is. ri.d. to Is. tkl.; prime rwhite stouts, Is. 10ljd. to Is. 11 '1.; medium do., Is. lld. to Is. 9?d.; Tartrian seedl, 2s.; ,to. fetl, Is. 74,1. to Is. Barley is dull, and we lhave very little business to relport. We qluote:--'rimne malt ing, Ss. to ts. Id.;...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. LOCAL GRAIN MARKET. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 13 April 1894

COMMERCIAL INTELLICENCE. LOOAA, (iltAI MARKIET']'. Thurhlny. (1EO. UIDDA IS reports :--\Wheat.-Very little business doing. Prime, up to 2s 03d oats. 1s .hi ; Ibrley, prime samples, Is 8d.

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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FIELD TRIAL OF AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 13 April 1894

FIELD TRIAL OF AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. 'lhie first of what is proposed to be an anuanl field trial of agricultural machlinlery anil intplemnllts, inder the iuspices of thi! Iloyal Agricutural Society, took place on Frildav nlast, at the farm of Mr John Kernlml, Psoele vale. When the concil of tie society' intimated that a field trial of the imny and varied hnplenieints used for e:dli vating the soil would be held, the idea met with the warm approval of all who take an interest in agriculture, and the result was a large entry of implements and macliincry, and an excellent atlend ance on the part if the public. The trial was hell in a paddock, kindilly placed at the disposal of the soiet.y by MAir Kernan, distan t abouit a mile fron the Pascuevale'rihlwvay station. Like a good deal of the land in the T'atura district, the soil was of i strong niture, and afforded a very severe test for tihe competing implements, malny of which were designed specially for dealing witlh nmucht lighter ...

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LOST GOLD MINES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 13 April 1894

LOST GOLD MINES. RIesii:Nrts of the Atlantic Coast have searched for the hidden treasures of pirates for a century past, rnd so great is their willingness toxpendl a va-t value of labour for the hope of a meagre reward that it, ionspired the unique mind of Poe to writing one of hismtost famous stories. But pirate trendures are not less exciting in the supor sensitivo mind than the wonderful stories of lost mines. Ever sitieo the dlays of Cortec's conqtuest of Mexico, traditions of " lost mines" have been current in thle silver and gold bearing regions of the Rocky Mountain clhain. Every year expeditions are sent out into the most inaccessible iortions of the country int thie hoplo that they may ho fortunsto enouIgh to retliscover the fatnlios spots where the precious metals were ldeiaited int such fabulous quantities as alleged by thoe prilitivo Indians, whose tiale have come down to ut through loing generations since Cortez subdued the powerful Monte zouma of Aztec fame. All attemp...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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RAILWAY MANIFEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 13 April 1894

RAILWAY MANIFEST. -:o: The following are lying at the Taturn railway s';ation : Goods. - Wilson, Sheehan, M'Cor mack, Davis, Gibb, M'Calmnan, Maskell, Hanley, Grover, i)idldams, Williams and Co., Secretary Tatura Agricultural Society, Reardon, Carey, and Murray. Parcels. - Craven, Hollow, Young, Carey, Hunter, Williams and Co., Down, Wilson, Lsanaloy and Son.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 13 April 1894

She: "How dare you ask to kiss me when you have only known me two weeks " lie: " I beg your pardon, but Tom Holt said lie had only known you a week." She: " True. But mother was not in the next room that night." Fortune-Teller : "Your busband will be a poor man." Inquirer : " How can you tell that?" Fortuno-Teller: " Well, rich men don'S marry for money." Brighton Fron?t. Fweddv: "They talk about those City fellows, I could be smarb if I had a mind ?" Nelly: " Yes, what a pity you haven't." And really the air seemed quite chilly. Enithusiastic (recent) Husband : "You darling I You arc, indeed, an angel." " flow thoughtless of you, John ; I hope I dsll never be one; feathers never did beeoimoe me." 'Torquay. Young Cipherson (who mis. tnkonly believes that his ailments are inter sthig to others besides limself and thle eterinary lirgeon): "Do you know,: "B iss Beauleigh, I reallybeliove Iam cutting a wisdom tothl ?" "Oh,,I should hardly think that, tha ordinary intelligence teeth must...

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