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IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 20 April 1894
IMPOUNDINGS. BUii'IJt.A.- tBrow mIare, draught, lnear tore iand nlear hind legs whlite, off fore coronet whlite, blaze, collar markcd, branded like DC near shoulder; red steer, 2 years o(ld, bahld face, no visilble brand ; red alnd white heifer calf, back Inotch out near car, lbrandlled like l1j off ribs red anlI white beifer calf, sane car marrk and brand; red and white steer calf, same ear mark and brand red and wllite heifer calf, same car marik and brand ; red iand white heifer calf, same ear iarlk alndl brand; white steer calf, red spots on neck, snllu ear mark and1 brand r;ed and white or strawberry bull yearling, top off and slit, near ear, branded like C neair 1rInp;1 red iand white. heifer yearling, sIIne ear maIllrks andl bralnd as1 bull; red heifer calf, no visible bralud ; red and white heifer yearling, 1oI visible brand; roan bull yearling, no visible brand. To be sold on 9th May. Ecluct.- Whlite cow, black ears, black spots on j1aws (1and neck, no brand red anld wlhite...
A MODEL JUROR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 20 April 1894
A MODEL JUROR. CousEt. (to Talesman): " IMave you any knowledge of anytlhing in this world or tho world to come ?" Talesman : "I have not." Counsel : " 1o you know enough to come in out of the rain ?" Talesman : "1 do not." Counseol : "If you were standing on a rail. road track and an oxpreee train opproaclhed at n speed of ninety miles an hour, would you step out of the way ?" Talesman: "I would not." Chorus of Lawyers: "Step right ilnto the jury box. "Is.tw you.drinking with Jackson to. day." .,Yee. " Y'ou'd drink with anybody, I believe 1' "No. I wouldn'tdrink with you, unless by a miracle." "I'ndeed 1 And what would the miracle tel" "Your inviting me." FOND hMAMhrA :" Mly daughter, by reason of hder training, will take a high position among her sox." VilTter; "I tile schooled in one branch more bhan'another 2" Fond hlainmma "FYe. a can drive a nail."
A NOVEL WAY TO BOIL WATER. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 20 April 1894
A rNOVEL WAY TO BOIL WATER. It sometimeo Ihtappens that o0ne is in ed of ai little boiling wnter at an time when ther is neithelir a fire not handl, nor tilhe pro. poe utonil to heat it i. This frcrlueontly Ihppens to th ne In living in n boarding hlouso, rwhen Ite wilhco to 51are late at night. It was probably ni intdit ilual just so eituatedl lwho irnt hit upon this rotlier ingenious way of getting himself out of a dlificulty, tlhat lhas no doubt perplexed many of en. 1'ihen thle writer rw it dlone it n was on wager, andl lthe operatorr cail ie tald twon many bet bby it, no thie thing seemednl itpossiblo until it irao demonI . atratled. 'The person in qlestion first took a sheet of ordinary fool catp writing ptpcr. This hle folldedl upi just n n chlili dooes when it m likes t papelr boat. Cle Ii nas taken with the cotlds, Iandi they were nmade traterlpioof by beirng follcdl over reveroal limes. The bent ros then tilledl with cold water, ind hold over the hame of an gas jet. Instte...
THE " LADY COWBOY " OF DAKOTA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 20 April 1894
TILE "LADY COWBOY" OF DAKOTA. IN tihe cdode Sioux Ibnds of I)akola is a genuino ftemal cowboy. iHer iname is Gor. trode 1'ctnn, and soe is 18 years of ago. Upon her parents removing to the cedled bInds olhe accompanied tllhem, and ihas einco remainedl wiLth thorn at their new home on Bull Creek, in l'ratt County. Her father invested in about 300 head of cattlo. As htr only grownl brotlher workso o n nidjoin. ilg ranchl, the duty devolves itton lier to take care of the cattlo owned by helr fsteiro. She dloes not simply ako tlheo cattle to tihe range andl leaveo them there, but remaniis with them all day and takes care of them as well do coul I any c6w boy. liHer duties frciquelt.ly take her from thirty to forty miles fron hoino, noas the cattle must be kept mioving in order to feedl nil all iday. tFrequiently io.ie of the cattle becomne mired in the niud along thie strems wlhero tlhey grazd, nlld then comes thie liarlnnest part of iher work. She imust roscue thel cattle from tlheir p...
A DOG STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 20 April 1894
A DOG STORY. Caesar was one of a littecr of cix; mis mother and lather were hailt nrao lo. Caesar becamo the properly of my ttllier (Pays a writer in the " Illiustrated Sporting and Dramatic News ") ao a gift from a neighbouring farmer. IlHe ws a fio puppy, smooth - hairel anol chon blnck. Long before he grew to dlog'a nstate h hntad a rocord of performances of whlic Inot he possesseod understanding of the righteort,he might well haive beeon proud. Ilt isatilent clilhtracteristicsaunggested a heavype btcctaec of the tvolf.loiund, nd no doubt far back in his family records some refermice to Livoniia mighit be found. lios iticnuer0uc end heroic nchievmicntoworonntong w lroao.lcor,ntter, antd cxes. I ont ihereontention the fact. thit my fttthtr wits one of (lie curliest pioiocro td thle Flar Nor.tl..Wet. It ti only jnot lately tLiat I navo received from hlim the tcofit of tpoo oj Cirsar'o lIst batLtle, andl Sito , mclinctcl clygonsequct a s. My attrll 1f tI to lif ita :-ft was abotili ...
PREVENTION OF HYDROPHOBIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 20 April 1894
PREVENTION OF IIYDRO PHOBIA. \VrIIrn mIany persons dogs and hydro ilphobiaare closely associated imenlanlly, and I recently read an article in ho ich the aollor spoce of theo dog as the e" I rctder of hlydrophobia." Thile societies will do good by publishing actual statistics andl other details bearing on thie nature of this dreaded disease. I ianv also read arguo. monts for the complete ecxtirpatiotn of clogs, based oin the fact that some lsheelp were worried. The plain proecntive for rhabies is the lproper care nidl management of dogs; anti for cheep worryilng the confinemenot of clogs at n iight, which would be, indeed, a pIropler pi:ocecling if no shleep existed. A roanmilg dlog is no more ldsiraible than a Ihumani tlnmlp, but no one hos advocated tie destrauction of tie lhuman raco to got rid of trlampls. In attempting to sprolead sound views in regard to dliseeaea that ire common to mian and our dlominest ic animals, such as robies, iindirectly miuch information will be given ...
CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not necessarily endorse the opinions expressed by our correspondents.] TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 20 April 1894
CORRESPONDENCE. [EWe *o not ILcesar.ily enldorse the opinions expiesotl by our correspoitlents.] TO TIIE EISITon. Siia,-I see by sonme of the papers tlhat it is proposed to aimalganante the race club and the agricultural society. I certainly think it is time something rwas dine, for wrlhen one goes to race meetinigs onIe cannot see ianything except the finish, unless you are lucky enough to get iup in the "judge's box." At the last iiccting we certainily lhadl some grunld finishes, which reflected grett credit, on the Ihandicapper, initf one woull like to see all the iruning right throughi, espe cially thoie who own horses. If this uuaiiiilgaimat ioll will give us i chance of seeing the whole race ili return for pay rentii i our subscriptions, thlen I plumpi for it, and I aim sire neither the race club nor the agricultural society will lose lby it.. 1 do l noiiit iiundierstiand all tie arrange ments, but. I certainly hope that, in the interests of the sport, iour view of the races i...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 20 April 1894
GRAND DISTRIBUTI ON VICTORIAN FREEHOLD PROPERTY AMONGST THE 8HAREIIOLDIRS OF THE MELBOURNE PROPERTY 'BUILDING SOCIETY, BRISBANE. Incorporated According to Act of Parliament. PROPOBED IBBSU OF 40,000 SHAREBS OF 1 EAICH, TO BE PAID IN FULL ON APPLICATIONI NO FURTHER LIABILITY. The Preoperts, 600 In number, valued at £40,000, or a proportionate part thereof, eaccording to the number of Shares sabserlbed, will be Balloted for, free of any deduction for commisl on. The Ballot will be Conducted in the Presence of the Shareholders and the Press, on a Date which will be Duly Announced by Advertisement. BOLIOITOas: Messrs. MACDONALD, PATERBOv & HAWTHIIORN. Bir.bane. D. I RI4YSTIAY, ERq., 109 Collins.e'., is'bourne. BAuitas: BANKLO AUfSTBEALMAA, Brisbsae Sgo: W. O MACDERIOTIT. "rFoicEo : CFNTRAL BuLDIoNas, Edward-st., Brisbane Desaoription of Propertiee: FIBBT PBIZE.-A sabstantial Freehold SEUOND PRIZIE.-A Villa Iteei.ISce, baotifno view of thu Dandenong BRanges Brick Balding sad Fast...
Food For The Mind. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 20 April 1894
Foodu For Tice Milnd. Dy CIurs. Feeling quite sure that the subjeot of hooea and reading is never amise, I venture to have a little chat withl you coucerniog this most intercating topic. Deubtless it occure to many that there never wian uchb a number of book puhblihod an we have at present, good, had and indif. ferent; the iquontion arisee conetanltly to book lovers, W\Vhat shIall bo road? It is q:ilte pc. eiblo to epend a life timoe in reading and yet never read whet in recognioed as " standard worke;" so it beuovee us to dircover or 'acquaint ourselveo with the best booke and study them carefully. To find out the hert no law can ho laid down for the individuif choice; taking the avera;e rpinion, howover, in an exoellent plan, ao governling one's self accordingly by jadiicious chonoing aI to what shall be most pleaiong and instructive. Too often do we blindly foilluuthe reeornmendaliono of fellow realders and finod ourelves perfectly at era; butftfed by the waves of unreality. stir...
FOOTBALL. A CLANCE AHEAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 20 April 1894
FOOTBALL. A CLANCE AHEAD. Our cricketing edlitor bade adicu to hlis readers lst week and nIIow our foot ball Innaui asks a look in, promising us somlletllilng good. Well, as for the next live imonthls the neant, clean, white flannel must give way to the striped jersey iand stockings, it might Ie as well. Sirnce last seaIIsoIIn mainy chaniges have taken place, iandl if all we hear is true there will be some startling chanIges in the personnel of the teams. Starting with Mooroopin, who headed the list last seansoln, it is certailn that onle if not Ilmore of their temu will this season change his colours, Egan having signified his in tentitou of playillng with sonice other club, owing to reasons which hie dloes not imake free with. We hear that this teamn will be strengtlhened by tIhe in clusion of solie neow blood, nlinllgst lwhom we hear of McLeinan, the wilnner of last season's goal-kicking trophy. Other names are mentioned, and the club filly lnllticilpate keepini g Ip their presti...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 20 April 1894
IREUIPES. Appla Custard.-P. el eight applca and put In a baking dish: add onhaltf cuap 1t water, one cup of engai ; bake brown, and whrn ready to serve nproad over the t p the whilts of nix eggs. Secltenu sith sudr and flavor with nttneg. To be ignorant of one's ignorance in the malady of ignoranoe.-Alcott. TuE heart In like the tree tha givens balm for the wounds of man only when the iron hbeea piereed it.-Obsteaubriand, FaArrTICIe, to which men are io muah in. chord, ha aliways ucsvrd not only to readeg Voltý(tt s_
THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 20 April 1894
THE CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL. We lnote withll pleaslure that subscrip tionls are again aboult to ble collectled by the children attending Victorian schools illn aidl of the Children's Hospital. The Goulbulrn Valley gladlyv supports the Mlooroupnl institution, which certainly deserves the aid it receives. But, while we ulngrudgingly give to this latter, there seents something very approlpriate also in this appeal to our little ones who are inll good Ihealth oI n behalf of the little sulterers in the former institution. On glancing over the last anInual reiport, we iobserve North Fitnroy healing the list of schools with £11 110.s d1, while amnolng sclhools in the Goulliurt, Vialler we note Waaia South (£1 17s lid), and Too lambah Central (;I 13s (id), while BIaldwinsville, Toolnhilla South, WVa ralnga East, Mariinigi, iand others lire also on the list. We wish the little ones every success in the business of collect ing, any amnount from a penny upwards being acceptable, though noi limllit...
THE KYABRAM UNION PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1894. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 20 April 1894
'ITHE KYTAiRAM UNION PuntianiED EVEur FiIDAY MONINO. ---- FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 18094. x1E note frolll the Melbourne papers particulars of an interesting article read before the Chamber of Manufactures on " The cultivation of oil producing seeds." Thel lecturer in a suggestive paper, rc ferred to the possibilities before those who would turn their attention to such plants as rape-seed, the castor-oil tree, the sunflower, and the olive. The paper is specially interesting at this season when the price of wheat is at such a low ebb, and the lecturer evidently took full advantage of this circumstanceu in endeavouring to impress upon those iwho might hear or read his paper the benefits to be obtained from turning their atten tion to those of the vegetable kingdom above indicated. That wheat has been overdone during the past season prices indisputably declare; and there is also the possibility tlhat next season may see some similar fall in the market price for harley; many of our producers ha...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 20 April 1894
- MARTIN - CUSSEN & CO., AUCTIONEERS, LAND, ESTATE, STOCK, AND GENERAL COMMISSION - AND - Financial Agents. LOANS NEGOTIATED. CLEAnRING SALES A SI'ECIALTY. Account Sales and NET PROCEED)S Promptly Rendered. AGENTS FOR Australian Alliance Assurance Co. Auistralian Widows' Fund Pearson, Rowe' Smith and Co. Dalgety and Co., Limited Mooroopna Irrigable Lands Investment Co., Limited. We have alwanys on hanrid SHEEP AND. CATTLE FOR PRIVATE SALE, Also epme; Spisludid' Proiditlies. MART. CUSSEN :&. CO., AUCTIONEERS Tatura, Mooroopnn, Shepparton, Rush worthi and Undera. Money. Money. FARMERS! don't pay 8 per cent., when you can get money and have.it fixed for 8 or 5 years at 0 per cent. McBride, Martin & Co. (Office : PRoDucE MlRllKET, SHIEIIPAIRON.) have any sumi fronm £508 to ;5000. Large sunis 5. We lend uIp to two thirds of value if required. McBride Martin & Co., PRODUCE AUCTIoN R0ooMs, SIIEePARTON. SHACKELL, WHITE and Co., AUCTIONEERS, Land, Loan, Insura...
LOCAL AND DISTRICT FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 20 April 1894
LOCAL AND DISTRICT FIXTURES. Grand Ball and Supper in the Too lamba Public Hall next Wednesday evening, April 25. Ball and Supper . (I.O.O.F. Loyal Tatumn Lodge), 24th May, in the Tatura Mechanics', Rodney Irrigntion Trust meeting first rtontday in Month (May 7.) Tatura lUrbian Waterworks Trust. meet seconld Monday in the monthl (May 14.) I.O.b.F. Loyal Taturn Lodge, every alternate Tuesday (May 1) in the anlte-room of the Tatura Mechanies' Hall. ?u.U.I.O.O.P. Loyal Ln!omns Tnatra Lodge meet every alter -,t Tuesday (April 24) in the unte-room of fth Melhanics' Institute, Tatura. Toolamubn Temperance Entertaini ment, Toolainba Hall, Friday, lMay 18, at 7.80 p.m. Tatura T'. F; Brigadtle meeting, first, Monday in each monthlt, practice, third Monday in each month,
TATURA CHORAL SOCIETY. FIRST GRAND CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 20 April 1894
TATURA CHORAL SOCIETY. -4- FIRST CRAND CONCERT. The want of social harmony amlong musical peopile in general has become almost proverbial ; it is therefore most creditable to the conductor and all others concerned, that by their excellent per formance on Wednesday evening last, onr choral society have been able to show how all elements of incompatibility have been subordinated to the welfare of the society and in the interests of muusic. We regret that the weather was so unprolpitions, for the constant rain, Ilst ing all day and coming on at intervals throughout the evening, militated with oult a doubt against the attendance at the Mechanics' Hall. Still, it is remark able what ia number were assemijbled when the lion. conductor, MIr Campbell, took the baton in his hand and mounted the improvised platforin in front of the stage ; which latter, by the way, was most tastefully arranged, and brigh;tened .with fairy lanips. The programme opened with the well known part song, "Ripe Straw...
FRUIT DRYING. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 20 April 1894
FRUIT DRYING. The growing interest in such subjects as fruit-growing was illustrated by the large attendance at the School of IHorti culture, Burnlecy, Friday, April 13, when Mr. John WVest, of Mlooroopsn, lectured on the subject of fruit-drying. Another noticeable point was the great number of ladies present. Mr. West, dealing first with the fact that in all such indus tries we have to compete in the open markets of the world, went on to deal in turn with tlihe methods of curing grapes-for both raisins and currants apricots, peaches, prunes, figs, and apples. Tihe lecture was especially valu able in that Mr. West suggested for small growers simple means of affecting the end gained in large establishlments by the use of the elaborate American machinery. He paid a high compliment to thie Mildura apricots, and gave telling reasons why Australian currants should have thie preference over Grecian reasons based chiefly on cleanliness. Mr. West was at n loss to say why prunes have not mad...
HOUSEHOLD. Tasty Dishes. SOUPS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 20 April 1894
10 USEOIOLD. Tasty Dishes. soups. CAtntor SoOr.-Ingredicnts: To each quart of stock allow 12 or t3ors. of pulped carrot, salt and cayenne to taste. Method: toil as many carrots as required (about 4 good-sized ones to eacth quarlt) till quite tender. Then cut up the red part and rub it through a sieveC. Weigh it ant add gravey soup or good stock in the above pro* portions; mix it gradually, and season with salt and a little cayenne. Let it bull up, and serve very hot with a dish of fried bread cut into small dice.
THINGS THAT ARE GIVEN AWAY FOR NOTHING. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 20 April 1894
trlIIINC;S 'J'IIAT A rlta, GIVEP AWAY iFOIL NOTHING. NF NI;flls Ofte be the reutark 51))11 thatl, it D i. very 51.lotll tt is givetstn away3 in Ibi: toirl. 'lI'is= i± lti fr.ii Ithe truth-co f ,l: incleld, )Il lth 0l5l y nC1 are going aboutllI every aity itoin iething 015.1' lhen trying to iiiiliie other Ieil le i iccpt pceents. iin holls 1l111l e1licramn Il', for iistalcie, 3loeu ill ulttn .ut yeardiinn'ier tri n tcito thn lhos ben ýivmn grit iss the hiotil Icopl, 51)c)l ioc, 1till se:iian your chop i ithll llneoie:: liet 1s ltoe lreeiv:i in ie o "rn5ilo 'Irsi ICloel e11:f 1ic t 5ll 15 lit if fill t irl corre nn lens o)1n sett i n't lly h is 11)11. Ittid fir, ant titl, is nt l xplllilt irtio be ulic r, withll es nollll is , t , i i ulclt :ti hove ile:e with one tut i titer to havo the triolilege of supplyinsg. 'T1'h (urmns (11)01) which bills of horn tiro wlitten out sie simtilarul~y frn ished free, andt tree f pOmlso b11·est Isotvla snlins·tine rfluneo tlricn A+ yI)ii well kiiiii,...