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ANECDOTE OF QUEEN ELIZABETH. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 13 April 1894

I ANECDOTE OF QUEEN EtfZAI3ETr. MAlir nRET L.\BlIUNs, one of Queen M.aryI ' ierying manids, having lost her husband almost at thie same time as her royal nlistrese both having been decapitated by Quleen Elizabeth's orders, felt her loss so keenly that silo resolved to be aventged on the Queen for having caused her this double lose. Disguising hereclf as a man, ihe Look two pistols, intending to hide herself amolng the crowd while the qocell went to challl ; then seizing her oppoertunity, shoat tlhe qeen anod afterwards herself so ns to escenpe pnii-h mInnt. But it so ?hapipened that while the qlueen was one day walking in her groundsll this womann, in trying to palluh through the crowdl with too much Ilastec, allowed one of the pistols to fall. The guat ds who noticed the occulrrene antoce seized her. 'The I len wis'llcel to exino Ilu h rioonlluer prvillJy, and, ordcring her to be brolught blforl her, began to question her, taking hcr for a "mnfadnln," replied the woman, bhiliy, "th...

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

I HISFIRST G RIIAT DIS.\ 'l'OINTi ieNT.'. " You seem preoccupied, Mr lankltinsoi.' " --i was not aware of it, Alise Irene." The youllg man answeredi her in all enibarrassed way. Ile had shifted hIli ieoitioll again and .again, as if nleasy about some thing, and had looked furtively at her fromi Lime to time with a surlprised, wistful, latboriously-unconscious expression, such as lmay be seon on the taco of a ten-.dollr.a. week man lingerinl in thle business office on pay-day morning, and trying in vain to attract the attention of the cashier without speaking to him. "You are not ill, Mr. Hankinson, are you ?" "No. I never was hotter in health in my life. Do I-do I look ill?" Miss Irene scrutinised him calmily. "No," she replied. "I can't say you do." "Then why-pardon me -did you ask tile question 2" "I thought you seemed somehow ill at easeo, and and out of sorts." "Anly unusunl-or-paleness about me, Miss Irene?!" Again tlhe young woman subjected his face, now grown eager atnd quest...

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

TI11; STORY OF A DOUBPIE MIS'TAKE. SRIIUNI)tiIE)aild ,ixty-four years ago ... J of the most Ilopt,.lar and flouriohing thoitelrics in the ancient city of York was :lhe t'ackloroe, il Mlicklegate. The hoastess uras a buxom, middle-aged widow, Mrs. Hfannah Willianms, as shrewd a wonuin of business as there was to be found anywhere, veln in a county failmed for the I?lhrewiOIess of its men and waonIoC. Mrs. W\illiams know how to make laer guestcs coimflioinblle, nidl l ii t,,e iont e iimogie, ..' : t .1.. 1,..:!. sdly of omuch the an tye tps its thle one ws hon Frans Hhlals hla inmolt talised in that 'ninos portrait, which is o no of thle genis of our National(htalery. For ianny years Mrsh. Il nnolh Willinamns hadl Inuaged the lack. horse, nad was generally reputed to have unlrecldl a largoe num of money. Impressed by thie iunimours of her wealthI, suitors of all al'rta and degrees hadt soughti hcr thuiI but ilhe hall alllnarcnttly had quite elnough of nmitrioiony dalrng the lifo. time...

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

OUR CRICKET CLUB. lKing Cricket is dead at Iast, and King Fioot hall lihas tiiken his sceptire. IF'ilnels andLll pids ire d?ted, andi giuerinseys and iknickerlbo ckers will soon lie tilling their places ; while the screians of the impillire's whistle will be resoiumllt 11l over the groiniiil. On looking bactk over the chib's Iperformancesti dllring the past sealson; we cannlllot but feel ia huge lmunt olll f i itis fat?lioli Iat tlhe result. last, senso, l we begun brillirlantlyv but were it nlot for the defeat infitlicted n the, until then llelltenll, IKynbrali tlitn, we endedl ignoumini sly. 'l'his ses ion's prospects att the outset were nlot of the brightest, but, later oil it Ilnumber of satisfritetry anlld slubstantialel wins were recorded, anld though defeated in the filitl imatllh with Miurchison, the record was iont the whole distinctlygood. TheI Ie haul the HaIllf lholiday cilin to furnish its qiloita of sport' oil the Wednlllesday ilaft nirlllls; lIandl tlhere is ino doubt...

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

AMERICAN VINES. The following letter has been for warded to us from Mr R. F. Gow, of Abbotshall Viineyard, Rutherglen, re ceived by him from Mr F. De Castella, anld should prove interesting to our readers : Sli,-Your letter of the 23rd inst., to my father, Mr Hubert Dle Castelln, has been forwarded to me, sinlce he is at present in Europe, where he has resided since 1886. Ini his absence, I have. iliuch pleasre ill being able to iiforlml youl as to the views he now holds re thile great questioni of Amiericall vines. His evidenlce on the subject given before the Vegetablle Products CliulllissiOlI in 188I6 was notL based oi personal experience with the ilsect, Ibut upllOln the opilmioils then held by miiany of the leading authorities on viticultural miiatters hi Europe. Many of thellm then considlered that the Amlerican l vinle would niit prove a" success, and especially in Switzerland --my father's native counltry - the Americanl vine wias looked upon as use less, aiind its culltivat...

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

MOOROOPNA HOSPITAL. A 44iic't44g of thie 114)114 of MaIi .'U4age n444n44 44f II 40 Moor4'.441444 H44s4[t4i I s hell oll \Yr el410,4l4 iftei'4t4,44. Present -'['le P~residenit (\I'£[ 'L'tl44444 Guthrie) 4144(1 154 44e04b41r4',. It was4 repoirt4ed1 thlilt £2t415i hail been colleectdl 1u4rin44g thle mouth, pr~i4niplly by e14114'C'4 alnd teachel404' 41 Strt)! of state 41,1 i144'4)14trouhot the listrijt. The secietLIVg, , M[r Hughl Me lt,44eui, lIlts ill 4444444i4 l I1is ii tenIition4 ofl pr'4esenting tlou silver' niiitlts ta those s4h4l4L4' ihloi collec4!t th44 1 'g4st 444444l4 thro4.44gh14ut4 ihe ve:4',.. AI''44l444 44444444444 ilig to .51 24 40000 p44s54. 'T'le oiver -drai1t, now44 slt iids at X20-I 4. 'Tile dloctor's r'epeort shlowieud thliat the Iveralge itte444444ie of piatienits du444inig tihe m440nth1 was 50O. Thle questionlll of er~ctingg 144ards41, tol Ceoitaini theJ 444444e.4441 the lile g444eri4444 441 4144 insit~intiiii, w414 dis c44s44s1, aii1u eventuatilly Illowedl to 1Iap...

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 — 13 April 1894

AND CO., LTD., HEAD OFFICE ! IIOURKE AND WILLIAM STREETS, MELBOURNE. - :0:- WOOL AND PRODUCE BROKERS. STOCK & STATION AGENTS. Wool, Grain, Hides, Tallow, Sheep and Furred Skins Received for Sale or Shipment. :0: AUCTION SALES EVERY MONDAY AND WEDNESDAY IN EACH WEEK. -------:0-: FREE CARlTAGE OF WOOL AT MELBOURNE FROM RAILWAYS OR WIIAIRF :0: HREE MONTHS FREE STORAGE ALLOWED JOHN MASTERS SECRETARY. SWAN & CO'S. LA TEST IMPROVED TRAVELLING CHAFF.- CUTTER, WITH BAG-FILLER. SWAN AND CO. ALSO MANUFACTURE Strippers, Winnowers, 2 and 8-Knive Chaffcutters HORSE POWER, ALL SIZES. PORTABLE ENGINES ALWAYS ON HAND N.B.-Price Lists and Illustrations Free lby Post on Application. ------ sw2I & CO Blackwood Street,. NORTH MELBOURNE. GEO. GIBBINS & CO.'S PATENT ,V.:. unaniuoi.sl} awu r, lol Flrit ' ize ai ' Iist All Comers, amd the only Moted iaw 'ilcl d ly' thle IRoyal Agriihtl ial S.,city to nly colonial Iunul'aturerC nmongst the iubllllrouls cU.m titors at this tri...

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

LOCAL ITEMS. It is with regret we have to note the deatlh of Mr W. Bazeley, butcher, of Nagambie, who soccumbed to that   deadly complaint Typhoid at his resi dence on Monday morning last. Mr Bazeley was a very old resident of Rod ney, having arrived in Whroo about 1854, and he has been a continuous resi dent of Whroo, Moora and Nagambie since that time. He took a leading part in all public matters wherever lihe resided, and was greatly respected for his honesty of purpose. He waIs a regular attendant as judge of stock at the Tatura show, where his presence will be greatly missed. Mr Thos. Bazeley, late of the Criterion Hotel, Tatura, was a brother of the deceased, who leaves a widow and large family to mourn his loss. We understand he was assidu ously attended to by Dr. Reid of Na gambie, and Dr. iHeily of Rushworth. The ladies' committee of the hospital are re(quested to attend at the Mechanics' this afternoon (Friday) at 3 o'clock. It is also requested that all subsc...

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

KYABRAM NOTES.   (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT). Kyabram, Wednesday. The first meeting of the Deakin Shire Progress Association took place last week, and the methodical way in which the duties are being undertaken augurs well for the usefulness of the Association. Mr Sadgrove, who has had the   liveliest interest in the proceedings from their inception, proposed with success that the work should be spread upon many shoulders, and sub committees formed to look sharply after certain specified lines of action, so that all shall have plenty to do without clashing; this was done in the following way;-Committee for irrigation -Messrs Jno. Allen,       Tweedle and Griffiths; for homestead settlement--Messrs. Sadgrove, Nihill, and Carsten; for literary and social matters--Messrs J. W. Byrne, Bossie, and Griffin. Next meeting the question of a domestic water supply scheme will be discussed. Last Friday, at the Ilocal court of Pet...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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An Incomplete Report. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 20 April 1894

An Inconmilete Jieport. SFoe.,' cried the city editor, your report about the accident to tho train isn't comn ploLe.' *Why ilsn't It? askeod the reporter. SYou forgot to say that two tramps who wera otoaling a ride wore killed.' lut llheroe were no trainps killed. SThen there ought to hare been. There lsn't a smsh up in whilh several are not killed.'

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
All they Could Ask. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 20 April 1894

All they Could Ask. The earth is but a shallow crust, Arouud a coreof heat and flame; Bomo psopleon it don't ask much; Tho crust is good enough for them.

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Romance of a Letter [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 20 April 1894

Floiiiance of a Lgtte l te was a beautiful, attractive .vanan black-eyecd and crimrson-cheeked, with a spleindid bust, and arms which she did not mind showing. I was a little, pale creature, neither ugly nor pretty, but I did not envy her. Let all the men on earth admire her one loved me. If I w as fair in his eyes I cared nothing for her. The other girls were jealous at times. Madge Burt and Barbara Brown declared that there was no such thing as getting any attention from any one where she was, and certainly she tried her test to fascinate. 31ilitant Bray was her namce,and I understand that, young as 'she was, she was a divorced woman. It may have been that she was very much Ill used by hier husband and had been the in. jured party altogether-I presume it is often so-but pure women will bear a great deal rather than sever the holy tie that binds them to a husband's side, and there is always a doubt about a divorce. Some of the, ladies at Mrs. Iforton's shrugged their shoulders andi...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PUSS IN BOOTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 20 April 1894

PUSS IN BOOTS. VWhen we come to look back on the Is tory of our lives, no cannot hut be itn pressed withl the circumstance that it is the small events which n'ute or e:ar ns .Juit as the sost trivial dijsagrecabcles of life most certainly cause us noist annoy ance and worry, so it is withl the itinos eccidunts of our carcur. 'pThi is why it is good to cultivate a habit of iinutue usoer vation; so that we may be ablu to build up great facts front a gatherance of little It wvas thus that George Ifirper used tc speak to hlis lithle ones as theiy gathered around lhis lknee before the cotfortalle fire in his farm house on the Waikato. George Rwas a flue spoecimen of the pionces settler, who hadl fought the wild'ernesrs and its inhliaitotnts an b had conquered both le had hbeen all thlrough the Maoiri waras one of Von Temlpsky's Itangers, nad hadI distinguished himilnself niot only by his bravery, but by the fact anid cunnintg wilt: wlhich the had always been enabledl to out. wit the sava...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE RELEASE OF O'CONNELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 20 April 1894

THlE RELEASE OF' O'CONNELT. T'ui noews of the reversal of O'Conunell' sentenco reached DIublin on tihe afternoon of thse 5th of Septemiber. Great crowds had anmmoohled oni time pier at Kingstown, and tremendous cheers broke forth from tihe multitude when the Holyhead packet ppiroaclhed, and they saw held up a white hlg with the inscription, "Judgment revareed by the ifoueeof Lords. O'Connell is free." -'lho news waseverywhere received by tihe Roman Cattholic with wild excite. meont. Orders soon came from the Govern. imeit for tihe liberation of tihe prisonoro. After some consultmtion with their friends,. it eas resolved that there mshould be a pu.blio procession fromn the prismn in tihe morninmg. Mmr. O'Connell, Ihowever, left fI a eveningK. ad Iproceedled m;I foot to iis hones im MDerrionmejqurer. Before lie hadl reached tihe equare tihe tiding spread ap l broad that he wasm out, andi crowdsle ralhly mseembled from all directions. Thie people leaped and dancedl about him, whmile th...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE DOCTORS WRANGLED. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 20 April 1894

TIlHE DOCTORIS 1VRANU LED. ITr seemsI that Dr. Pillhbury, of the UIiited States Service, was imarried about tlhree years ago to a lovely Los Angeles lady, but was almost imroediately ordered to Join tiho Asiatic sqiiadroin,lii bt ile ieremaining behlind. 'roms one emelrgecy or aiolher, hie was kept abroad until a few weeks ago. During his absence hits wife prepareld n surprise for hier ihusband by stilying miedicine. Unforti intely, however, ishe entered a homeolpatlhice college, her lhusbidl being of the allolpathic persuasion. She hadl just received adliploiia when iier husbandl returnrd, but they had hardly excliangedofletiointegrcclting wlhen a ieseinger camse rshiing to say that a mian lied just faullun out of a tlree-etorey wilndow arounid the block, nud for wlhom a hulysicion was rcquireil at once. Thie hue. band miale hlaste to obliei ia :h,. i.rullimento, but when he reoaclhedl the scene of thIe acci dlent hie was ileitoished at behohling hie wife engaged in feeling the pla...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. LOCAL GRAIN MARKET. Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 20 April 1894

COMMERCIAL INTELLICENCE. L.OCAL GIN MA\IIICWi U. T little bui i u.ding dutring lth letiLt wetek. Prime pi rcels. up I 2.4. Oats, Is 71. ~i ceord" ing to quality. Barley, prime samples, up to -Is 7d..

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THROUGH JEALOUSY ; OR, A WOMAN'S DEVICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 20 April 1894

=TiROUGH- JEALOUSY ; Ott, A WOMAN'S )DEVICE. Tile irst thing Arthur Denning asked hlit cousin on his return from Europe on takin* a stroll with Iher in the woods, was " Wheii tn Elsie?" Florence Troye was piqued that ihe should cut her welcome short by askiilt for his uncle's ward. She hIad never quiite given up hope of winning Arthiiii' love hier self, and 1hnd done hier best to turn hit mind against Miss Newton. " Eils htai gone to visit hier friend Lucy MIlapleton,' she said in answer to his d uo stion ; " but she will be back toimorrow. Y" ou might as well soy the year afteil next," he growled. "I wonder if the tine has passed as slowly to her aince we partec as it lias with me." "iShe slowed admirable patience," naic Florence, careleesly. " I used to wonde: how lse could keep so cheerlul. I'm suore I could never have done so." Hie smiled good-naturedly. "The time might have hung heavior,' continued Florence, whose look of iinnoconce was fairly chlildlike now, " but for the kinc...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHEPPARTON MARKETS. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 20 April 1894

Sit PI1''AtI'TON MARIII{I~'S. M 'iiit~itt, MtARTItN AND itrt. re~port : Thelre was a l arge attendance at n thle Illclhce irkuet to-.diaiy, ait! the sIppIlies fittetiar were tltl1 0l-OliS4. WO eYletedI it total LieaIrLaicofit all iiih u i oftciel. Pisis brouitght fromo Is to 2s 3i, dickil s 2s to :.' N I, tuikeys to LIi to lt ; lit. geese tIs :i. ith eases of frutit were situ. snit tel. Whtole eases :Atples _'s INIto 3s :ii, girapslo to. i Ilf-cises ; Applet Is tIo o, perls is i. ligs ts oI, ,1aiieis Is to Is , gripts tst smaI ols . Watren's baciiniittil hasba ititis 74!l. :i pigs wiere sitd: Fats fromt 18os to2IIs INl, slips t:is lid,l slackers 68.

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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THE LIME-KILN CLUB BROTHER GARDNER'S ADVICE TO SHINDIG WATKINS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 20 April 1894

.THE L1ME-K!ITN CrLUE fROTHER GARIDNER'S ADVICE TO SHINDIG WATKINS. 3T has beeoon underatood for some time past that Shinidig Watkins, of the Limekiln Club, was going to remove to Columbus, O., where inducements were held out for him to o01oin a stand for for the sale of old fashlioned pumpkin pies and fried cakes. At the last regular mleeting of the club, after the tracsaction of routine businuss, IBrothler Gardner. called Shindig to the front and paid: " trudder Watkins, Ino bin told dab yo' talk o' leabin us!" "Yes, sall." " Gwine down to Ohio to sot up in bicaess fur yo'self !" "Yes sal,." " Wall, dia club will miss yo', an each Meenibor will be sorry to see yo' go. While yo' am not a brilliant man, ineitlher hev yo' spit an de store ,,or broken any lamp chliun. neys. As dis am de last meetin' befo' yu'e depertur', I wish to say a few fatherly words to yo'." "Yes, sah." "In de fuot place, pay up all yo'r debts befo' yo' start. lead Cicero left Rome ow n' fur house rent, grocerie...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 20 April 1894

WTHAT ITIs COMino To.-Mrs.Serubbs. There is my daugihters, Hermyntrude, Victoria, and Gladys Irene, yer ladyship. Lady Sangazuro : Pleased to meet them, I'm sure. Lot me in!rduceomnydaughters, Jan andi Sanrah. "DI)rD you deliver that telegram ?" posn ofice clerk asked h meassonger boy. "Oh, yea," was the reply; "only the. man does not live in Abingdonsnnquaro, bub1 in Charlton-street, and not on tie grounadr floor, but up three flights of stairs, and not in the front room, but in thie back ono; besides, his nanme isn't Johnson butb Thomson, and he isn't a man, but a w' 'mat, and slte isn't a wood turner; .b.'s " raine o'I " - ý .x

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