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[?]AWNING OF A NEW INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 13 April 1894

"IAWNLNG OF A NEW INDUSTRtY. ArTORNEY : "Describe as nearly as ayou .san the assault the prisoner made on you." Witness: " ie throw his arm about my neck, shutting off my wind. Then he pulled off my overcoat, a heavy first-class garment mads by Ratchett and Ilaycroft. No. 40, Scully-avenue, of the very best material and workmanl,ship-a "Never mind that. What did he do next?" " Beast overcoat I ever had and cost me only--" "Confino yourself to the facts of the case, if you please." " Yes, sir. "Cost me 34 dollars. They're giving 10 per cent. off for cash. Then he relieved ame of my watch. It was a gold hunting-case timepiece, full-jewelled, stem winder and stem-setter--" " You needn't describe tile watch." "No, sir. I got it of Bombehell and Company, No. 344, Pulsifer-place.. Best watch I ever owned and cost me only--" "All this isimmaterial. I want only the fact.s pertaining to the robbery." " That's what I'm giving you. Cost mno only 10.50 dollars, and they've got. a whole show-.ca...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COFFEE AND CAKES; OR THE REPORTER'S STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 13 April 1894

ICOFFEE AND QAKIES; Ohl, THE IREPORTER'S STORY. ARTHUR HoaA.iTH was ill his last year at Harvaitrd, where lie had been some time pur suing his law stulies with the hope of some day winning both famlie and fortune at the bar. Ilis hopes and a.pirations in that tdirection were boundless. lhatever dreatls lie may have haId of ftlttte sutcecss, however, weree mlll (lispelled by the lappcaratce at his challmber door of a Irles.iener, who hbre a telegram for. Arthur from his nmother, fromt the old home at Carn well, l.Mas. After tearing opnt the envelope that coal LaisInd the insIange andt reodi g his monther's wortdh, A rtlhur Iiariwel lidle as le sank into a clnir i ir lio miodest chalimber. "Arthulr, counic hoIle immediately. 'Your father needs you. Sutlch were the words the rieseage con ainied, the mieannli o whOflich Arthur sieelmed not to fully crolehlleiilnd. lie was certaini that Isoiethite g ?aInd gone wrong iand dluter llnlcd to leave at once for the old home. Hastily lacking hI...

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 — 13 April 1894

CHURCH NOTICES. O?lUlwci oF ENlI..,ms.-Tuturu, at I1 a.ml.; Merrignt, at 3; tnd Kyiabrain, at 7 p.m.-Rev. .1. T. livr?. PIIENIIYTIRIIAN. OUIIUIIcui.-Girgrr'e, at 11 a.m.; 3nrclhison, at 2.+30 ; and Tatura, at 7 p.11. - rll. . A. C HAIERILd. BAPTIST Ciuonac.-NIorning, at 11 8,in.-REV. S. PIT MAN. Ccrtlinly the best midicine known iiis Sauldcr landl on's Euealypti Extract. Test its eminently ipowerfu effects inl coughs, coldLs, intlutlclt-the relief is llstatalltouteos. Ini seriotiHs caist, lillit accidents of Iall kinds, be they woulllds, biuns, nssliiilg.s, bruises, sprains, it is the safest remuedly-no srelliings Inor tiliannunition. Like surprising elfects prialucsl in croup, diiptherin, Ibronchitis, illllalllll tiiln thle luniigs, swulling, etc., dtilarrhoea, dysentery, diieicses of the kidnieys and urilnary organs. Il us:eLt IospitaLs and Iitollteal clinlics all ovler Itie lobe : lptroelisei by His Matjety the King g Italy ; crow ned with tealil nnd dl plolnlu t Ilnternational E...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 13 April 1894

Satrdavy was rathlier disiastirosi for our cricketing itds. The grail was between Kyrailn al il Ontariol, niul the hlitter winning the tossi , wenlt in to biait onl al hIealtifil pitch, Iand in good style rattled ull 104 for six wickets: Ithe separa lion of Cooduger and ?l eir beinig very dillicult. The Ontario skipper declared thie innings closed al t i that, iand, with ottly ani hour to plah, senti. Kyabrillinl to the wickets. The light. was drealdfully haul, ai s11 t ligreat blunders were miade. Soumewhl'i.re aboui t six 'uclo,?ek dispute rlse llliht ih. liite for ldrawingI the s:ltl whel nin of hle oillle Itelialt were' disptsell of for l 'i'lll?s, Kyabraunt slined at dilaw on the 1plat of time being ip, while Ontarici itisl? it will oil the plteluarance at the cri se ill tie llotted timll. Tile iturgillmellt waxed?l very wret,ll andt seemlled it very knotty point to unraveul. The scores were as follows ONTARIO. I. IBrown, c Iliush, h Allan... . IB.Ilrown, b Allan ... ... (1i .1...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LONDON WOOL SALES. London, 2nd March, 1894. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 13 April 1894

LONDON WOOL HALES. , Loudon, 2nd March, 1894. DALGETY'AND COMPANY, LIMITED, re port :-The second series of Colonial Wool Sales for this year opcnol on the 27th ult. There wasn a good attenldance of buyers and fair competition, Englannd and (lermnny being the chief operators. Fralnce lIhs so far done complaratively little, and several large buyers from that country have so far not enai put inl i anppelarance, sitting Iint they nhae enough wool at holne to last them till May. One or two buyers from the United States are iresent, but have so far dlone nothing. Up to date the pIrogess of the atiolns has not established any change in thie values of Cross-lbrclds - r of the better grules of Merinos, but solim of the earthy seetly and wasty Adelaide, Ne- Southi Wales tand Queensland wools are jId per li. lower, anitd not easy to sell tllherca, awing Io tilhe large quantitiie offering and the adil renders lwhichl were given by lots lurchae.,t l a tile last series. Tradle generally conlltiue...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SHEPPARTON MARKETS. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 13 April 1894

SIIEl'1PARTON MARKETrS. Saturday. M'lnRIDE:, MtAitTIN AND" CO.;,rcport: Usual attendnncc at the market on Saturday, 7th April, anm large supply of p?lauce. Fowls, 2s to 2s (l i; ducks, 2s (kl ; turkeys, 7s 9d to 9s; hant and bacon,' 7 to 7Td; lard, id; honey, 4d. 150 cases fruit-whole cases apples, Is Ild to 2s 9d ; quinces, 1s (td to 2s Ikl; grapes, s to :4s 5d; half-cases figs, 2s Itd: grape., Is to 2s ; totoatoes, Is ;pears, 2s (;d apples, ls kl to 2s. Large quantity citronl and water mllelons, cabbage Iand cauliflower plants, furniture 4and sundries. At the Cor poration yards there was It large yarding, ld previous quotationls were not sustait?lt. We sold 77 pigs, as follows:-F-ts, 17s to 25s; porkers, Ils to 14s ld (; slips, is ; storcs, 11s:kl ; suckers, Gs 4kl to 7s.

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TATURA AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 13 April 1894

TATURA AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. -4-- The monthly meeting of the above association was held inl the Tatura Me chanics' on Saturday last, when there were present-Messrs Geo. Pagai (pre sidenlt), Vaughan, W. l)onaldson, A. Barron, W\. Ryan, i). Heaphvy, G. l)unlop, G. Stewart, A. Crawford, G. Collie, M'Larty, Alexander, C. Wilson, HI-. Lockwood, .1. A. Carey, V. Manning, and the secretary (L. Flanagan.) The minutes of the previous meeting wecre confirmled, as read, on the motionl of Measrs Vaughan and Donaldson. Apologies for non-attendance were re ceived'fromi Messrs Shortis, It. Allan, J. Lilfordt,Hmnt, and M'Leod. COlt It SIPONI'ENCE. From Thos. Clark, Hopetonn, Vic toria, forwarding circulars on rust-proof wheat, and statiig that lie has aquantity to sell at 7s lid per bushel. A letter was read from IR. II. Allan, wlho stated that as he could not attend the meetings, lie must decline to accept position as a comnmittee-man.-Received. Fromt secretary Euroa Agricultural Society, stating ...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NECTAR IN HIS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 13 April 1894

NECTAR? IN HIS. ite was nothing but a tramp, a modest, retiring tramp, one of the naturo's-nobloe men kind, and when in nswer to his timid knock, ayoung matron opened the door, he asked " Might I bog for a cup of hot water from the breakcfast tablo?" " You might," abe began frigidly when he intlerru el - " Would it be poseiblo to spill a few drops of coffee into it ?" "It wouldl be, but-- " " And a spoonful of croeam--" " I never inl :my life--" " One moment, please. I don't ask for sugar, but if you will kindly look into tihe cup, it will be turned into nectar-noctar, madam, thofood of the gods." Ilo got it, and two large doughnuts besides. Lady (to would-bo-soervant): "I like your looks, but what about a reference ?" "Itoleleoces are (uite uInnlaceMssary botwecn alilius, ina'am nl "I'm sorry to hear what Ihappenoel on the doormat last night, Emily." ".hi, auntt, it was not my fault; he kissed me willy-nilly." " Dear me, why the last time I spoke to you, you said his naumo was Fred...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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HOW ANCESTORS ARE BOUGHT AND SOLD. A CHAT WITH AN OLD PICTURE DEALER. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 13 April 1894

HIOW ANCESTOIRS AIs BOUGII'1' AND SOLD. A CIIHAT WITH AN OLD PICTURIE D tEA IR. A cooo story ii related of a celebrated arti.-t who wat once a-ked It furnish a rich Anglo-A inerit:at with a portrait of I i4 parent. Fitlt.y year.i before fI he ad igoneat to clear the bi. lckw.,lds of Aimerica while hlis father eked nut a precarious living on Eng lish soil. Pieturniig to hiis native land flushled with wealLth, lho was noxiousI to ihave a Iportrait of his father painted by a cole brated artier. " Ilav you n ,photograph of him '" askced tohe artist. " Nary orn," said the man, " h11 was a little, stout, Iniddle aged man when I went away, ot hc never hadl a lphotograph ulil to the dclay ol Ii death." Tho atist. was in a dilemnla. Iloweover, lie sct to work and produced a face onn which the rich farmelr glazed with astonished eyes. 'Then tie slou)ly drawled out. : " P'or old man! how e mustlt halive changed!" Ieo pilled out a score of bank notes, picked up his aincetor, and walked away wit...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CASUAL JOTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 13 April 1894

CASUAL JOTTINGS. [Br FLrYA.'wA . Flyaway is in trouble again. Last. week we recounted the midnight visit of a mysterious figure in black ; tlis time we have had another visitoir. lie was "weedy and lank and long,.' and his hair had evidently not been clipped since tile last rains. " He handed ime a card which bore tile inscription in pink letter ing-" Mr Doyoubad Payerout." " ' mn a miedium," lie cried, in hollow tones tlhat spoke of grief tnd indigestion. Sl.udging by your size, I should sooner have taken you for i long beer," I answered.-" A truce to Ihis folly," he cried, "thou art doomed !" I looked at thle long finger -which lie threateningly wagged ill the air, ald laughed incredu lously. But lie proceeded to tell mle how the stars in their courses were fighting against Ise; and made the blood run cold in my veins as le launlched forth againist me this terrille anathema ;-"Venlgealce is uIpon thee ! Front the hair of thy head to the too of thy boot tllhu sialt le bitten by the...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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A TALE OF A WHIP. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 13 April 1894

'A TALE OF A WHIP. I Tnox my earliest recollection I have beel associatedl with thoroughlbred horses. When I was old enough to go to boarding-school, strange to say, I was sent to a school situ sted at one of the pIrincilpal racing centles in the south of England. As 1 hall permission from homo I often wellt to the meetings with friends, or with one of tile mastes,. froln whoinm I usually got separated. Tlhis was tile a?ae one afternoon on all off day of the Spring Meeting. I was always fond of being near the stlart itlg fibt, as I saw m10ore of the horses, colours, llnd jockeys than I did when watchli ing them flal, by the IpoL at, the inishl. Oin the above-nieitioneil oftlr. noon I was at a celebrated clrnlr look. illlat 1iMr. M'ieorge sa ri.at Lwo-year-llil race. 'Whllni the Hfag fell, onle of theI youngsters becamlle ni alanageable, anlld bolted with her light-weight boy townis' ilihe rails whele I was stillhing. Though this happlenirl ovir thirty yoa'rs ago, I call s ill pi,:tm...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A SON OF SATAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 13 April 1894

, SON OF SATAN. 7IT2 village rif lianzion, in Abctdccn 1 ,fDire, lay quict as n corpsoe hencat h its hroudl of snow. The winter t'iad ougrbed low nlld eerily along the single .streel, nnd in the darkness of tim r)octor's gnadn m:ade the boiglhs of the trees wicezeo mnrl knock utneasily together with ita ull clus. noa of dead folks' bones. Tlhe snow had stoplped falling, and the lean, cmeany ereucllut of hire ,moon bliinked down upon a cold anl love. less InaldsapO, over whose white ? surfalce .thin crnckln.; of frost was already beginn ug i t t erm. i a 'f.id" Dtid l)r. cLadc.y within doors, is lthe chueklleaidtle lht& arning paper Ito laid only then fOandil l ioppoItunity to finilsh, and with a oich of relief eptilied his tunllller of toddld, alndl woulld lip hitn watch, preparatory to going to bedl. "Another hard day's work over." IBut the Doctor was not to get off so easily. As Im stretcalhe out hlis Iand to oextrguish the rosy glha un of his parailli ilamp, the fnamilina...

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 — 13 April 1894

FOR TRADE DEPRESSION USE THE TATURA People won't and can't Advertising is Without guess that you have a to business as a advertising a good thing to sell. man well shod malwa l plo al a s ld Newton worried c~foniderably ahout that apple. None of iis would prolbflbly have worried at all if it. lid nit been for the toothsome firuit in far-otT t iimes. Whly Newton'4 apple fell dowiiwarls, we kiioii So ilho wliei aiisiiies is soil to irun itself wcithout idvertisijig,'' we know it will serve as another illustration of the law iif gravitation-gravity is i~! iii Wihou alaPeople won'rds. Print andm can'trper is a wise lAdvertising issaw. gues is no that you have a qu tion whether its pays to avertise. Whetr it pays to shsiness. man will htgooder it pays t o send out well written cilrs. If y think it doesn't pay, take down your sigs pll down your blinds; kecp very quiet and (loi't imentioii tiusiniess. Ex nilhil niliilo fit. *Your circular is one of. thme props5 of $jpur.nitsiness.. .ti~h~o...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BLUFFED. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 13 April 1894

BLU F FE D. "Wiuo is this man Goncourt that I hcetrso much about!" Scaled. in the mnrlrking room of the Lucullus Club, Regrie Irtcouert prplo?ed tito above colundrarm to his particular friend, Eric Bartley. 'rTh latter walloneof those fortunate individials wiho commence lifo atone-and-twentl with a iatr.ge furtrmno and no ilconveonient guarlians or rclhatinis to scoff at indiscrotions or deliver homniliet over venial follies. "Gonlecourt is a 1vry decent haip." he observed ; "whocever he rmay Iro. When you comc to Ilaynat the eame lablo yur will admit that,." Harcourt laughced . little cynically. With his limited muoanl, and occlupying as iho did a good position in society, Ie was by no means the clhins of man w)ho sits down o pliy gamcs of chiance or skill with hllose of wh\l have a brilliant reputation forgetrnius in that line. " I dlo't like the the idea," the yorung diplomat said curtly. " arlways lilght ehy of your profo-sionnl gamblcr mlyself. It is a favouritoe maxim of mine ...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MERRIGUM CRICKET CLUB CONCERT AND BALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 13 April 1894

MERRICUM CRICKET CLUB CONCERT AND BALL. The concert in hid of the Merrignm C.C. took place at the local Mechanics' on Wednesilav evening last. Soon after eight, the public caine flocking in from all quarters, and in a very few Iinutes a great number holding tiekets had to be content.to remain outside. "Great credit is due to the committee and office bearers of the club for the systematic mlanner in which the arrangements were carried out; and it must lie acknowledged as very satisfactory when the club will profit to tile extent of about £15. Mr W\Vin. Wilson, president of the cilub, occupied the chair, and after a few well chllosen remarks, announced that the first item of the evening would lie rendered by Misses Ryan and Cathcart on the pianoforte, these young ladies using the instrument under their charge to perfection. Miss Bradley then sang ' Mona,' in which shie displayed her sweet voice to advantage. The Kyabranm choir-master-Mr J. E. Edis-appeared next on the programmnle. and...

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THE KYABRAM UNION PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1894. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 13 April 1894

THE KYVi.BAM UNION PUBISIIED EVERY FIIIDAY MORNINGi . -0 ---o FRIDAY, APRIL 18, 1894. ON Friday week last the Tariff Com mission sat at Tatura to take evidence. The sitting was the final one that com mission had before it, and there now remains to put the evidence given throughout the colony into proper form, and to furnish a report and reconmenda t.ions. How far tlhe quota of evidence given by those witnesses wileho came for ward here lhas contributed toward, the solution of thie great fiscal problem it is of course useless to congeeture, but tile occasion was an important oneljust as the principle involied i"s.o vital. Is the country-are we in this district who, among others, constitute the counlltry, to continue labouring under the burden of heavy taxation, which perchance (and its advocates speak glibly of its increase) may advance to a prohibitive extent, an extent before which that of the 3l'Kinley constitution is as nothing ' Or are we to have our commllerce, except perhaps i...

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

IMPOUNDINGS. -:0: Muncutso.-.- On 29th March. Black saddle mare, collar and saddle marked, star, near hind leg .white, branded like [] over 19 near shoulder, blotch off shoulder, bit of rope on neck. On 31st MIarch.-Bay saddle horse, saddle marked, star, near hind leg white, branded like B over C near shoulder; bay saddle mare, star, branded like T in circle near shoulder. To be sold on 2nd May. SnmEPPARTON.-Small dark-brown or black pony mare, long tail, like T near shoulder; dark-bay or brown horse, aged, hack, three white feet, narrow blaze down face, 2 over JH near shoulder, 2 near thigh ; bay filly, hack, star, like G near shoulder; bay horse, back, aged, star, W over 3 near shoulder. To be sold on 2nd May. EcmmucA.-White cow, blind off eye, IHF conjoined off rump, like W near rnmp; white bull calf, no brand; black heifer, no brand; red heifer, white face and belly, M near rump; strawberry steer, M near rnmp; red and white steer, T 'ear rump ; red and wlite steer, M near rump; ...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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Old in a Half Hour. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 13 April 1894

Old in a Half Hour. The ephourerido, tin)-winged insects whiah were said to be born in the morning, to be in the Irime of life at noon, nod to Oc iu O?* treme old agoe t aunset, are put oe?npiolely in the shade by the gr:op of aumnalculi whton Dr. Dollinger has burle itevntia'.:Lfg, and which he has naneu sarc,?hylic. So inodiueeiv. ably small are thr,e. leeures, thlat sil millions of them could uo placed on the severed end of a hair of mr:dltm thickness. Tone unction of the group is to play the part of roavvrgors. They brecd in dead organin manttr, breaking up tleu ti.use in order to sat free the g?oce noad other elements of which it is comupoded. F No fiction can be Etralgur and mtnr won. derful than the true story of the hIfe of these invisable oreatures. When b urn, by the pro. coes of fissuru from the par0:t body, toa) are tiny spebks of e:g-jh..puad prtioplansm. Minute by mintIeo they grew larger. Thle the bodies are quurtercd,e s IL w.:re, by thI at pour ance of a lclglo wire...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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A KING'S DAUGHTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 13 April 1894

A. KING'S DAUGIITEI. ?ELDOM has a lady had a career so full of - vlciseitudes anid contran.st as ifenricttu Anne,tthe fifth danugh er of Cra-rlcs I.of EilRg. land,who experienced in lherlif of twenty-six years the pxtreines -r adversity and prosperity. She was borit into thin, robllesomie world in Iliit, inl tile midst of the civil wair; that nost her father his crown anid lihi life. Her nlotlher had fled to Exeter, ilear the sea, her ray. of escape to France, her native l'nid. Th'lier lIienrietln was born, iInd, lifteeni days after, tihe iother kellpton ler way to l"'ranlce, enving the e h cild to the car of a govericss, Iildy )DalkeithL, intlexibly loynl, and of indlonitable resolution. By tihe kinlg's orders, the baby was baptized at BExeter r;athedrlal by tlhe forms of the English i ?h'rrli, though her lnothlier wr. ain uiinusually levlled Catholic. This was tile first of the chill'L strainge inishapls, to bIe baptised it I'siotestanit, who wnel destined to be tile ornlilnenrt o...

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AN AUSTRALIAN STORY. [COPYRIGHT.] WHO IS HE? OR The Indian Matahma in Australia. AN AUSTRALIAN STORY OF THE Natural & Supernatural, CHAPTER VII.—(CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 13 April 1894

A~f AUSTRALIAN STORY. ^ coPxBIGHT, I . WO IS HE ? . OR Thy Indiaii Matahmia in Australia. AN AUSTRALIAN STORY OF TII Natural & Supernatural, nT SElNN 2'tiI HA IL TOY, Zir.D.,F1l.C.S. CHAPiER VII.-(Corrinta.) } I have given thopreceding part of my own ti sarrative simply with the view of showing how I became connected with these occur ronces, and I am suro my readers will hardly consider me 6gotiatio for speaking so much about myself when I can ise o other. option : lcntifleally I tinktha thlngs are inn ' portnt. The possibilities of science are great, but sometimes we neglect the very (paths by which knowledge can be discovered. Is this a fault in ourselves springing from overweening conceit P At any rate I confess 1whatever conceit my severely practical educa tion was. calculated to inspire in me have Jioen pretty rudely displaced and I am not tlikely ever to fail on the side of vanity again. } I should have no claim to be a scientist if 'I had igndied allegpd phenoiena tha...

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