Elephind.com contains 2,060 items from Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 2,771 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 20 April 1894
FOR TRADE DEPRESSION .USE THE TATURA IAT~I'IS ITE E. A. D .7 &lt;T 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. man.will always plod.~ Newton worried considerably abouit that apple. None of us would prolbally have worried at all if it h id not hici n for the toothsome fruit in far-off timles. Why Newton's apple fell downwards, we know. So also when a bixiness is said to "run itself without advertising," we know it will scrve as another illustration of this law of gravitotion-gravity is always downiwards. Print and prospcr is a wisc olil saw. There is no necessity of arguing the question whiethcr it pays to advertise. Whether it paye to pudh leisiiiess. WVhetlher it pays to Send out well written circulars. If you think it dloesn't pay, take down your signs; pull down your blinds; keep very quiet and don't mention buisincss. Ex nihil nihilo fit.. Your circular is one of tlie props of you...
IS DANCING DISAPPEARING? [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 20 April 1894
IS DANCING DIS API'PEARING ? A cot(ltEsroaNDtsr asoks why dancing among visitors to hotels ot popular water ing-pllice is tdilappearint. Hle writes: "I haver boon for somne years pasnt in thoe habit of spendiung imy sumtmer holidanys on Ithe ( Continent, principally ant jetmnst upan, and tlue often admired theo gracolflness of lEngli.l halies in the d nies there. 'T'hey remintded mo of old days, lwhen lat. arious hotlod in the English l uroinselIhad Ithe Ileanac of joining them in niutlar pastime ontcs or twice a week. This year I tassed somn tdays at one of the leading hotel. at Scrborouogh, and sexpeclcted to Icnew the pIleasru of former times, but was altonished to find the ball-room turnetd into a dining Ihail, the Innin gallcry emlpty nl laned . tog ahaltshto.l I tasked I0 hlo he wailet l what this mcantt? "'Oh," lte said, "twe hadI to do awny with the lances a few yeals ago nimptly bcc.,sne they got out of ladhinot. The fact is, young people got Lired of Item atl wouldn't dmtc...
THE TWO BROTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 20 April 1894
THE TWO BRlOTIHERS. In Y'lestino long ycears ngo So runs the rlegend old Whero Kedron's sparkling woters fklw Across their stnds of gold, And Mlounllt Moriah lifts his head Above the nunny pluin, Two brothers ownedl-aone-'tis snaid. A l.tld of golden groin. And whenl tihe ontlmn days had come. And nil the shocks nodl sheavres Stool woitiog for the " harvest hore " Among the withering leaves, The older brother said one night, " I'm stronger far tian Sauil, My younger brother, 'tin but right 'That I should give blot all These slheaves thalt grew upon the plainr. We o0wn together, so I'll put with his mystorka of grain, And he will sever know." Scnrce had hle loft thello shlealves of rllet When quietly thIere cane Across thle fi0l with stelltllhy foot, An erranlld joust tie sname, Tihe fdnoger tol, wnit said. "I see lily brother Simoo's needc Is greter far than lilne, for he Ilnth sitfe andl clild to feed ; Ardns o in lim I'll give somy sheaves, It is hat reneb, Ihoae'- Amnd loe vill l...
CASUAL JOTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 20 April 1894
CASUAL JOTTINGS. [By FLYAWAY.] Passing our botanical gardens the otlher day, and, glancing through at the trees anlti shrlubs therein, it occurred to me that it would be an excellent idea to replant the enclosure with some of our local varieties of vegetation. As a suggestion for the garidens' committee I Rliappendl the namies of a few, with the ocalities whencle specimens could Ie easiest obtined: 1. ITyphoidus felristsi gotteri: locality, Casey-street. This tr ee flourishies chiefly in thle sumuter seasoni, and spreads rapidly. 2. Cornerus imantrlappus hloleiatia locality, near the English church. Ahlirst-class specitmen cats he seen at any time just bIelow the gas nlamp. 3. Cholera subpiniiforens granidiosus: Samples of this noble tree caul he had almost any time diuring early spring at the maijority of the gardens in the neighborhood. 4. aiquietti uproreahis hitiddlihiti: This flower usually comes out at night. A good s ecimet was in full bloom niear thie crnere of Ross andtl Ho...
ABOUT BIRDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 20 April 1894
ABOUT BIRDS. \Vnv are lirttls usually classed according to the formas of tlhecir bills aint feet! Becan - thnose parts are counceted with theuir tncles of life, fool, &c., nla influence their total ihabit vercy materiltly.-nllumen bach. \Why have the birds little power of I sction? Hecause of thne tarrowneuo andl rigidity of their Itounene a n tnny ho roen whetn they utriuk, hlaing to h6olh up their belds, and ltopend upon the weiCht of the water for Len omitLing it into the craw.-ttrnmieo. Why ara birds said to be" poised "in the nir? 'lBenuse the centre of gravity of their hodlies is aihoyA below the isnet tiont of their win'sg, to prevent them, fialing Ott their backs, but near that point on whlich tho body is, iduring flight, as it were, asupeiided. The positions anenmited by the heatd ndl feet are frequently calculated to tccomnittlish these ends, anld give to tht rwings evCly tssistonco in cootliinun tlhe pro, r sive mnotion. The tatil also is of itrent tie in, rogtila...
RAILWAY MANIFEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 20 April 1894
RAILWAY MANIFEST. -:0: The following are lying at the Taturn railway station: Goons. - Hunter Bros., D)iddanms, Flight, 'Cal'hnan, Pickles and Smith, Sheehan, Forsyth, Fuzzard, H-ardimni, 2L'Elgmtun, Mutrrny, nuo. Stewart, Willinms and Co., Davey, donaldson. PAncEr.s.-Carey, Davey, Flanagan, Craven, Hollowr, Reardon. The 'roolammba Public Iall comnmittee amnotumces a ball antid supper otn euediec lday evening next, in tihe hall, the pro ceeds of which will be devoted to the fmols of the hall. It will he a mooun lighlt night, and a large gathering is anticipated.
LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 20 April 1894
LOCAL ITEMS. -:o: The uisual fortnightly meeting of the LO.O.F. Loyal Tatura Lodge was held in the lodge-room on Tuesday evening last, lwhen there was a full attendance of brothers present. Andrew Collice and John IIntty were initiated into the order, Iavilng conformed to the rules. A very complintentary letter was received front the Grand Secretary, stating he was very pleascd to see by the quarterly re turns that the lodge was going on in such a tlourishing condition. Two new tmembers -were proposed for next lodge night. It is withl great pleasure we note a imemno. in the " Goulburn Valley Yeoman," to tihe effect that Dr Florance has promtised to contribute the amousnt of the big handicap to the Mooroopna lRace Club's funds, as thle race meeting, which hais had its date altered, is to be held on his birthday. The worthy doctor has many friends in this dis trict, anld his generosity, wlhichl is quite worthy of himi, must certainly add to the esteem in which lie is held. We Ihave re...
TOOLAMBA TEMPERANCE SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 20 April 1894
TOOLAMBA TEMPERANCE SOCIETY. The first of a series of mieetings to be held lduring the winter season bly meCn bers of the above society and1 friends took iplace aist Friday evening in the Toolamba public hall, when an nexceed ingly agreeable evening was spent. Mr R. Pogue occupied the chair, and announced the opening hymn, , Sound the load Tinhbrel," whichl was joined in heartily. Then followed a comic recita tion by Master Alf. Teese, which proved very anusing. It was succeeded by the well-worn but pathetic melody, " Father, dear Father." sing by Miss Reid. Next cnae a thoughtful iand interesting address on " Social Customs " ly the Rev. A. Chalners, of T'atura. " Work Away," i tuneful chuors, was briskly sung by the choir; after which Miss Yews treatedl the audlience to a song, "Saying and Doing," which was well received. A well-delivered recitation lby Miss R. Farrell followed; after lwhich a vocal trio, by the Misses Yews (2) and Dainty, was rendered in a most agreeable style. M...
Ladies Column. Favours at Weddings. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 20 April 1894
-JraMCOur atO ctltlg. feis't"5'rf ctd IJ'cdelirrcn. The giving of gloves at weddings is a custom of remote anutiquity. In Ilen Jon. son's play of tihe " Silent Woman," Lady Inugrhty says to .M',roe-" We see noenuigns of a weddini g ner, no character of a bridale hero; where be our scrrves andl our gloves?" So also in Ilerrick's " llesperid'es": llhat posies for our weddling rings, What gloves we'll give, and ribbonilngs. The English custom of presenting the judge at "maiden assizes" with a pair of white gloves may be traced to the use of such at marriagres. Fuller, in his "' Mixt Contem. plations on Thlese Tinres" (published in 160), says: "It passeth fo" a general report of what was customary in former times, that the sheriff of the country used to present the judge with a pair of white gloves, at those which we call mayden nassizes-vi., when no malefactor is put to death." lBut It would appear from an earlier publication (year 1G31) that this present of wedding gloves was ancientl...
THE LATE POET LAUREATE PERSONAL REMINISCENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 20 April 1894
-' P~!-1SONAI. IEMINISClENC!E. Ni tlh- Dailol N'eIrn in gieen n licrooiinl ] lreiniicce of tlie oint Loril Teionyroon . yh gent lniman wovi inierviewld him bUsno s~oteeli yernr nton fer Iho lWorld. Spnoiking of lie iittioooit y of oiicetoiioningoonytlhing azohot to I' the ' i frniii tliuno livitrig in Iho ne~ighbutiona of hiS hous0 at Aldworth, ho tint, Iht Lord Tenn-ti on hind omado it konown hint. AleItoni ti won hit elirmnitogo, nod tlhat ictiiloo there in oioielnt to lie LIho lifo of a or rliisc, enepr t on tor no moemtoohco of hlin own fooomily nlo in fOe chono-en frieniool might hot coincrin c. lThe curoouoo lion.hoontor fIltooncl tim eCvn to IhoIt. etromoghiohol. hut acon dinciienieoh itlot.l their loloir wno in vaim. Like tin heller loknown moone, oh ootrtiilgforiI, I hit ni. Utlhsloooeiioro nIindo n oone to L'e i:ill;e of ii illot iiiiiwii," bmutt bonet ill remcciihtoioe censco. Fiirrtigford it in II totiiiew con oiotoinooci hy lion inigh tomorieo.ng ii lii frooom ot hich f...
AN AUSTRALIAN STORY. [COPYRIGHT.] WHO IS HE? OR The Indian Mahatma in Australia. AN AUSTRALIAN STORY OF THE Natural & Supernatural, CHAPTER IX. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 20 April 1894
AN AUSTRALIAN STORY}] Icor nIIoIIT. WHO IS HE? Y on The Indian Mahatia in Australia. AN AUSTRALIAN STORY I OP TIE Natural & Supernatural, i~ By ZiEyrNETH1 HAMILTO.N M.D., F.R.C.S. CHAPTER IX. ALICE DARTO.t's MAinnIAE. So the eve of my wedding-day arrived, and I sought my own dear haunt by the river where so many maiden hourshad been passed in childhood delight in the mere fact of liv ing, sought this time with a sora and ro bellious heart. I sat gazing at the swift flowing river thiiking how clear and calmn the depths looked, and, how sweet a rest I should jiand, ,tharo ivero it not for the pain it 'sould'causo my dearest mother, also faintly the sonso of wrong with which one regards the wrenching aside the awfult veil of the future life. No, n, I thought, I asn young cud strong; otlher wsmon have borne, I will bear; other women haIve coniiurrds, I will conquer. Alt, perclhance the Mighty Creator will use ie as aan instrniocon to soften his nature and to ciurb and save this ...
THOSE THEATRE TICKETS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 20 April 1894
U11OSE TIIEATI"I E TICKETS. /)RSP. POWNE JONES rea briel feat tug by i iy e eerei i rni g n hen tr ;oIstlnlun drlivcredl his unr:.l hulgrt o lfetters. Mlr. Iirowrn loJnes was awaiy. Thelre is inot ai ha-lpier coutil.l to b1 friunid thonn tihe lirowuie .loecs. They are not young, their wedded life hars mini tbeie.I twenty years, andl not a cloud of doubt, dis. content, or jealousy Ihas tilitnOacl it. Mr. I rowne.oTones is a well-knwn plrofesisional min, 1,a1n, it tiny be rlilded. ladorns the isphere in which ho moves, and Mrs. tirowsn .Tones is noted for her pleasant ihospiitality .ainl gentle kindness to all. Like a good wife, heis is in every senseo of the word icr lihusband's helpmneeot. There are no secrets between tuiem, and she shares the hopes, the fears, and the professional anxieties of icr husblnd. Therfore, when ho is riot n homen, she 0enrir. without fear, nil the letters dlirected inher lihusband, that is, all thant come to his !ii icrate house. So oler after anotlher of...
Coal for the Highlands. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 27 April 1894
Co . for the IfighIlando. The ;,mowing Itter, ohi:h wo publish verbarin et ltitera!ij. , 'an rtncived by a coal n11 r,!'. .it inl Ulnvtovw awhile since :- ' i was undcr?r ndOa tLt yu woe a clce Iit. i was Rant t!I kysw what r.q ouri u.uo::th fot t.o tupl:io; " :,I to be do liver to .lai tb at the Q Iuoy men. nr.:tonst to the rity otl turbhr! lock fline hi,,. i cat1 uncl to got my, toal fromt a egint t - ti cotl:o but 1he wip ctlila' r.oo a great dole mouch mcore than i was understan be pan puo for them and! though i am always usrtoI o won a o0e2t man i was not have malty ntoniolt to sp:ar, and' woa, wit-h to pie as c p a n prioe as i could' lgot. I was tuke 2 carget ts s td full a smnai aboutt 20 ton. twio a0 r:l otery wcEkl to be lhi d on thuredac-t.io, liu t.ohioh would be 8tnted to 3ou waln1t overy fri.e.r by the acgi.,t of the bank a vewy ,:t:el 111tar a0nd his waie too alnd Wus atlwmty. pai:. lis way. and never was spoke an ill abolot any man an It was knew before, if you will ...
On Probation. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 27 April 1894
On Probation. Ant;.+::'Ao Joaoo.-QuIcr Ibino,tlhat, about A 1:.tAr.r.s Cor.cn r,. -IlTow'i Ithla? .1tr e::A.m Junr:n,.- 1fornrcJ, you linow. S:u:I:n:,A COLON UL.-dnr:od tLO churohc ,To or..-W..ll, no ; Ilo's only on' 1tr..: now. I Icr.. 1 him, nrnpnirg 1(o1 bt;,it L0i A it was r rvn: to I.iiltr n I:n on Till !ar;'e birrlr, 1;1,r t~r ' tr n Icc rg oni. imctrIrI· .I I , ? rrl lilly crlior he I.i rc. titi, r u Ii .(i, has. j t~t tri. r:, *~nr tii, ii .h tiirtl in '''citanr. liiil, a cou'tr.) furc~s r crrrcirt, oh dr lr oo ut noIt an II.o lilntcl1 trn LIring ton Iton 2Y yenri, hlving iii Ial tlkn i l urtljio I, 'laroonaicjm
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 27 April 1894
IMPOUNUOINS, Ecnuo.s.-Black horse, wlitu fao?, CS over MJ near shoulder, HA over 11 off shoulder. To be sold on 16th May. MIoonoo'? A.-Red and white bullock, piece out of lower part of off ear, like tar Al near ribs. To be sold on 9th May. SuisrPranou.-IBay mare, hack. black points, aged, faint brand like Y over .H near shoulder. To be sold on 2nd May. Red and white spotted cow, lump on throat, no visible brand; red and white heifer, sno visible brand; red and white yearling heifer, white face, P near rumpl; steel-grey snare, hack, Z iear shoulder, long tail ; lay filly three whlif feet,. whte face, slqd atll rqund,d I n??r shoulder. To be sold On I6th ta ay. TusoAMA?I .-1_Bay mare, light driught, JB6 (the JB conjoined) near slhoulder, hind fetlocks white ; brown saddle horgoe Al off shqulder, near eye blind: To !1q sold on 12th Ta~y,
Afraid of Dudes. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 27 April 1894
Afraid of 1)udlc. A lady and little gill entered a tram thq otdhr iny arnd took roats next at swell youn ilion int all his ewellnc',. For a moment! thie lpie girl eyed hitn dubiously, then arising hLrdly lohe m-nexclninltd: " iLuni, I dor.'% want to sit there." " A.d lhy not, ohild i" " I'm ,?afid of that nnai." " \hy, you silly Ittle thing, ho won't hurtl " TYe, he will, marmmn. Ile looks jest like r. dule, an' sister says they try to mashi girl."
A Little Scare. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 27 April 1894
A Littlo Scare. At 8 o'el:cl the other night a citizen drove up in huInt of an hol, and went in to looki fur a mnr.. A minute later an individual canmeu t f a tobsc?cnit's near by, espied th h:ret ntd bughT, and nbtrcad grin lighted! op hi, fIcc us he c.tickhi : ' l.Eg:d l but. this t Ji:,'e rig I lt give himj Slit:ii "c..n ." I1 o:!,aittlitd lhe horse, climbed in and. drove srlty tw a d was well out of' Sight wh, n the owner C.rte D?ut. . " I'v btn trlapcting it I" Ie :rowled asn he found the rip gontr, " but 1'"l make it hot' fcr the tbitf I" lHe ran this way and that, notifying threol cr four policemen and a ecore of citizens, aod ?eanty minutes later something happened. A mano with a grin on his aooe might have been rccn ditsirg through the city. A policeman might l:ave been at on climbing into the boggy. -ith him. The grin might halto bucn neen fadinrg ti the pair -n'tered police headqu:a:tere. 'ir:e Igiccr came ?ut in a flaw mitnutne, but the ci":cnid didn't. Itci.tJd ((tre R'...