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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 28 January 1887
Trade Addresses: J. R.' WOOTTO,, _;PROPRIETOR. r'THEI' Proprieto, begs to inti tint to the'Iýnrmers anl Residents of' the diotrie S thltt hei, isR opetted is '11 i e andl well furnished hote), containing -no css than 3"?3 (IOIS. lufforlding first-eclassraid atnuile atecoimtotlottoin to all clashes: . hot Conlaercial PRoonm in the Distret . i.TQiuo S .I'',OF I111n .: ':S'L ,ltRINDS O?LY ?KEV '' SUPERiIOR B'LL-IARD TABLEf (ALCOO K'S). 1tmi.s 3 A A.LL ot"tTI s. ". The only first-class AccomimodaFion for, Commercial Travellers in Tatura. C' T \r5o'e STIrrtI sIT MOoT 'TTf. GOOD S'AB LING, AND AN ATTENTIVE CGROOM.: J. I!. WvOTl'rON, Proprietor. HOGAN'S COIMME1RECIAL- HOTEL T -A. T UVJAR T .. 1 IIOMA.S 10GA0N Iegs to:iati.tite to the sr'rountling ihbialit?tis on d public generally. that Sulnorior Accommnodatimi and :Muoderate Cliharges.'re e speciality of this first-class otel. .. .. All Liquos . o tlae ilcSta 1aa1 :anas ! EaIarest, QIaiIty ona BII JI 11R II)S! _ I:LLIA.tI81!! IIILLARDS !!...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 4 February 1887
Notices. Photography. Sand A. BARNETT beg to in. aG timate to the residents of Tncura and surrounding district that they have commenced business opposite Bazeley's Criterion Hotel,` ind intend to remain for a shortperiod only. Cabinets, 17.. Od. per dozen. Carte de vinites,. 88. Gd. per dozen.. Views of buildings, animals, &ec., taken, colouring and enamelling at Mel Sbourne prices:; TEA. TEA.-- . TEA. Notice to Householders. HE Celebrated OOCK BRAND S(Chinese Rooster on each packet). The Purest Tea the World Produces. Sole Agents fir Tatura', F. WILLIA.1S and Co. FEE TH A N' S CITY ARMS HOTEL, Corper of - ELIZABETH and; LATROBE. STIIREETS MELBOURNE. R. DONOVAN, Proprietor. MRS. EDWARDS B EGs to inforin the inhabitaints of the suirounding district that she HJA OPENEL BOARDING HOUSE in TATUR Notice. Kyabram Wine Depot. IMOTHY O'aALLAGHAN, WEOLEsALE AND RETAIL WINE MERCHANT, KCYABRAM. First-class bra o on;ial Wine saild in, any quantities at the lowest prices.. . T.O'CALLAGHAN...
SHEPPARTON AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 4 February 1887
SHEPPARTON AGRIUCULTURAL SOCIETY. The annual meeting of the Sheppar ton Amalgamated Agricultural, Horti cultural, and Pastoral Society was held this afternon. Tihe balance-shleet showed a debit balance of £870. A resolution expressing appreciation of tihe action of the Government in appointing re presentatives in tihe agricultural interest on the Centennial Exhibition com mission, was unanimmously agreed to. Well's Rough on Corns-Ask for Well's Rough on Corns." Quick relief, com plate, permanent" cure. Cormns. warms bunions. AI, Moss, and Co, 3Melbourne, General Agents.
COLLISION ON THE SANDHURST LINE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 4 February 1887
COLLISION ON THE SAND HURST LINE. An accident occurred at the Kangaroo Flat (Sandhurst) station on Saturday forenoon. Some trucks were being shunted by the engine of a goods train proceeding to Melbourne, and during the operation the station-master had the semaphores at danger. -The engine driver having taken up some loaded trucks and attached them to his train, the' down passenger train from Mel bournoe came in sight, and the station master lowered the danger signal to al low it to pass. Just as he d(lid so, the engine-driver of the goods train shunted some empty truclks across the line, and right in the way of the approaching train. The porter, lI'Kay, pushed the trucks as hard as he could in order to get them clear, and in doing so lie was nearly caught by the passenger train. His action, however, partially cleared the line, the engineo only strilking the hinidmost truck and damaging it. Two trucks were Iknocked off the line. The station-master, who has been many years in the ser...
New Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 4 February 1887
New Time'.T.ble e :"traina Iwive Ta uiira Ii 40 in. and 4.2j) jI.In arri cwi at 11.5E p iii., and IjnltIl-Eaatern .traii,i InvrH MlolI botirne 6.40.n.a.u anId 1.5I5 p.i.m.; arrive' i, !lelboultrie at II.I1(i a in. .xxpI(Hs fr9,n Sepnour, nud`" i0.15 ip.m. urdi n'ary. · liUunl~hurl, .:1VallI'y teiti arrrive at Seyiur; 9.1 ) agn.,m. and 0.47 p.si., niid nave S fyoour for, Melbouron 9.33 n.m. and 7.58 p.m. -
FEARFUL FALL OVER A PRECIPICE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 4 February 1887
FEARFUL FALI; OVERI A PRE CIPIOE. Daybreak, Sunday morning, showed that a fearful accident ind taen pIlace at the cliffs of Merri COreek, near the Heidelberg road, soma. tilie during the nighty. A milkmIIan, nainel Edwardil who was on his wnay into the City, naw the body of a man lying art the o'rot, of the precipice, which is tghere betwtenI 60ft and 70ft in :lheight; litt, having no tiimo to stop to make an exanionation, reported the matter to the police at Clifton Hill statioin. Conatable Gilwood, . whi was despatchled at once, foiind tihe eily to be that of a man named liichardl Twecdie, 29. years of age, a labourer, well known and respectedl aslout Cliftons Hill and Northcote. He was lying face, downwards close to the twaters edge, his heal resting npo a'stone, which hal penetrated half through it . The ground around him was soaked in blood friom the many wounds, and a line down the cliffi showed that he had met- his leatli by' fallin from above;. At the plics where thie. accid...
MR. WYATT'S APPOINTMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 4 February 1887
MR nn. "YATT' 4 ;APPOINTMENTS. Courts will be held to £,llnit a during the haiilf-year e nlg.30t.Jth June Ft:Rnoenr: Tntura, 4th. . `ZARCIt. .Murchison, 2111 and 30th, ItnultuerthiBdand Bust .Titurar, 4th. * APRIL. ~ -· Tirt am, let ant 29th2 Bltushwortli, 28th 21AT. Blurchison, 25thi 7 flushworth,2 l2t Tnturn, 27th JUNE * Murchison,, 22nd Ituaehwrth. 23rd Tutura, 24th
RACE MEETINGS TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 4 February 1887
IIRACE MEIETINGS TO COME. Slhepplrarton, Wednesday and T iursday, '9th and 10th February. Nathialia,.Fridny, Febuiary 18, 1887 Kanrimba, Monday, Fleruary 14, 1887 Nuniurkra, WVedneaday Feb.,16, 1887 .Muckatah, Thursdnay, March 17,1887.
FLOODS IN QUEENSLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 4 February 1887
FLOODS IN QUEENSLAND. ed News from the Upper Logan confirms by thebo reports already published. The ag water at the Upper Logan-bridge rose an 12Oft. thi A relief meeting,"called by the Mayor, n, was held to-day.. The Colonial Trea st surer, the Minister of.. Works, Sir ie Thomas M'Ilwraith, Bishop Webber, g, several members of Parliament, and a iy number-of influential citizens attended. re It was resolved to form a general fond, id and a committee was appointed. £700 a lhas already been subscribed. Sir Samuel res Griffiths sent a cheque for £100 from ls tlelbourne. Eighty-two local nutihorities [e! telegraphed for assistance earlylthis it mornaing. ai The Flonds Relief Fund organised yesterday now amounts to nearly £1,200, besides extensive conitributions of goodas. One firmn has contribtited £80 woirth, of agricultural implements, a leading seeds man hals giveri a large quanitity of seed. His -Excellency the. Gobvernor Sir y Anthony. Musgrave his followed the d genaierous example...
SERIOUS ACCIDENT ON THE VICTORIA STREET TRAMWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 4 February 1887
SERIOUS ACCIDENT' ON THE VICTORIA S'it1lET TRIAMWAY. A serious nccident occurred on the Victoria-street Tramway on January 21. Mr. Janmes C. Hutton, who resides at Willinns-roand, Touork, andl, Mr. 'r.. Aitken, of Victoria Parade, were going by tramway to the residlence of the latter, which is situated next to Menars. Aitken and Co,'s brewery. At their request the car was stopped at the corner of Powlett Street, and Mr. Aitken alighted. Mr. Hutton was just stepping off when the car started again, and lie was thrown dlown on to the-line of rails on which tihe car to the city.travels. A tramn was ap pranclhing from the Victoria-street ter minusat tlhe.ticme, aridl before it could be pulled up the front of the dumumiy. panssel over AIr. Hutton. TIhe prostrate gentlemen was removed from his dan gerous position:with great :haste, and was taken by lr. Aitken to the Mel bourne Hospital.; It was, fouind biy Dr. Howard, who -admitted hiim, that his right tlhighweas biadly fractured at the hi...
GOVERNMENT PRIZE FARMS COMPETITION. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 4 February 1887
GOVERNMENT PRIZE FARMS cOiPl Il' ON. T'he followinig is the report of tlhe judges in the Giove'rnmriet prize farm compo"t.ition :- 'Meionrijre. .1Ann unry 22, 1887. Ti the lion,. the Mlinioter of Agriculture. Sir. We. the jitnges appointed t" niljiiliete lipon the forms cmnpeting fo tohe lIht, inI egel. firms itlhe colony, lnae tlhe hI.ionsi to report tlnhat we han e visiteld all the frms IIn terel for cniompilition, and hIove nuile the following'l nwivrlo :-For the i at mannagel fnrmi. udler 81 gneres i extlInti we naward the prize to \lr. Iriciel r Dawen, Thie Orange. Lancetieli in tleii section Iwe highly coniiien i le. N. Walters, l)Devon Park. Coghill's Crolk, for his excellent. rsteiii of drilling nd hlorse-lhnceing ccreals; r. I). C(irri", Ardher, Mount Prospect, for neat ner s anld generanl exeellenie of mnne gon t; nall hMr. D. Vince, EssCex farti. lritigo iwater-on-Lodtion, for his wlhirible Rystnm of fruiti-griiingw nith irrigtio. In the section for lare fciIns over )20 n...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PRODUCE FXPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 4 February 1887
•COMME-CIAll N'PII-IGENCE.[ The-folowing Iaru tha li;t r ,t i tl.e rnti l',laf ei iz'vy." .2rdl hi .'- i -i s .; Flner, *'i L-S1 I lirtru , tira?k f atri.niv i,~rng i.he wck' T'i; Ti lolvwi t; ronsints ' lre tii>? ?,lins at the '.Iilwivy iRialioi m:--iliers. O'Unliha·hlla, Willim:,T.tlllrow.n; J.'AWillsoi, S.umer, W. Tnlor'.-.ll evit('v D,.ir),hy Brw,; Duevline,-' H llE *i »ri,,+;il:.S r + llo ? .W.'-'.i~lt'hynn ?,lMurriiis+ J.' Tie'l riccia of grin duonll the w'ek in ri" prlibyJh Iqlcnt;l r.bia hnyers: a;rt;r as ullows':Wi, e:at,Ss:-ti3 8,&lt;S ;, barley. (priOetilift. a is 3t,tii to2s Aidr.f , . p GOii s.ilj 6tl b,.irley aril tatsii, not mhi r wheant,:?-:;'-::: * :'*:'' ::':
ATTEMPTED SUICIDE BY A BROTHER AND SISTER. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 4 February 1887
ATTEMPTED .SUIIDE. BY.A, iBROTHER AND ':STERi . At the CiO llingwonl ;'Courto-nFrilnday Rose anil William, Keeinii,' sister and brother, were clinradl with attempting to commit suicide. A young man namied George Sealridlge, stated that, on the afternoon of Friday iint lie was fishling in the Ynrra, ninr the Blind Creek, when the female prisoner cane idown the linnk. She was crying, andrl apeared very ex diteil, and as she aseemel to bie manklting for thie river, lie wiemnt toiwales her. iShe made a dnslh into the water, and he caught her biy the dlress, lwhich gave way,. andl the current took her about 20 yards into the stream. He nil n cnurinuiin then threw thleir fislhingi lin's arnul Iher. and birought her out of the river iby tliit means and hlanded her over to a con stable. The aconned expresse'd rlegret for the net, and the Bench dischaulnrgedl her. On the following lay her brother ions resrued fromi the Yurnri, into which he hini thrown himself. by a member of the Nnvnl-Brigi...
ARREST FOR FORGERY. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 4 February 1887
ARREST FOR FORGERY. John Wm. Gordon, a waiter, aged 20, was arrested on 'Friday night by Detective Lomaine ona chargeof having forged the name of the Rev. Canon Vance to a cheque for £5 10s., and with having uttered it 4to Mrs. HIarnrisoin, lodging-house keeper. Peel street, WVest Melbourne, with whom be lodged. The accused had failed to pay for his lodging, and on November 4, when pressed by bis landlady for some money, he 'gave Iher the cheque in question. Gordon had been empinloved noas a packer by Meesrs.! Patterson. Lning, and Bruce, of Flinderes lane, lbut at the' time of his arrett was; enanced no a waiter at a restaurant. Ie! came to Melbourne from England about' 12 Imoriths ago, and brought a ;letter ofi introduction'to Canon Vance.
FLOODS IN NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 4 February 1887
FLOODS IN NEW SOUTH WALES. Further news fromn Grafton respecting the floods in tile Clarence River is to ithe effect that several honses were swept swany at Ultnnrra and Copmanhurst. The-losses of stock in, these districts have been enormous, and nearly all the settlers and.tradespeople will lose more or less. Numbers of small landslips have taken place, some involving the wreck of -buildings of various kinds. The wharves andil slheds at South Grafton were carried away, while several houses alnan disappearedl from tihe same pilace. Fully 40 or,50 boats were engaged in rescuiig those who were hemmed in lhi the floodl waters, and but for the vigorous efforts maine large niumbers of 'pe'iple wouild undoubtedly have lost their liven-niiiny wore on the point of suc cuioibing when taken out of their half-' fieill houseas; 'A lalf-caste was drowned ini. trying to cross one of the streets in Grafton. On the day after the flood: dite waters slowly receded, andil everJything is now left cover...
TATURA MECHNIC'S INSTIUTE [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 4 February 1887
TATIJKAUl 3AlUL\tIC' 135TIUTE. , i,~, i B~tl~ ~pc a ~G -Thii rclincry nichcaiy meeting of the l rtfWi[ittii' f thi aelcore institute helid tie tie fflal o Fridaity; 28th l.l.Junaru y, :09'7 .1ie President, Jir'F Wcliliaainm cc.P cc.npcclp tile cholir. a'htitl . rs. (cerorr,eVim, (,elliin.Irwicc, flaicez Sdcith, .}1'Cier , MTeaiiilit. Iiev (Ianillcer' ill a ucbcretar. T l he aute4 of the prepous meeting i- c ihe'cid cccii c I ariic weeiv Ald mail'lcmliindel Tcuj correpcnleniace iwnns read andl denIt. witi ne f1,llow;, ý; FrcintcriW. IVP nif? pll ,resigning hisi i ' o itlc.nsjon TIreasurer to tlhe Institntle, owing to lii remoival from tle listicit fleeecied wituiregret; ainla Icarl.ry grit of thanks was recorded for ift1t. ervices. , -Fromn --Kennedy, Scotticlicicalist re use of hall -oa termns. :The1 offer do clii waith thathic.ks. - FroijnCt ii'f1 Secretary's Officel De-' parift.n varig lpayment of; £70, cyihe nt1iushiworth, atmount accruir.g armra ical buiildidi grant 1886-7.- Frt...
THE KAPUNDA DISASTER. LONDON, Jan. 31. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 4 February 1887
TILE' KAPUNDA DISASTER. : LonDON, Jan. 31. Intelliigence haIs just buuen received hleore frait llahin that Mtessrs. 'l'rilder, An derson, and Clis ship Kapunda, 1,095 tons, whlich left London on 11 tl lDe ceniber, situ I'Plynv inth 18th itlent, bouni for Frecmelnntle, \Vestern Austra lin, cna niinto collision st sea wivith n' vessel uniknown... Thie Kapulan h sank alnmost isulntediatnly afterwairls with 865 otlher insseiger,'i principally emigraiti. Atl portion of 1he crew were picked, np at sea, and takini byh a French barque t., the pirt of Baliia. Tlie namnes of the survivors foioni the Kapunilui, pickedl up by a French linrqne, i lId. Inded nt Biiiiiii ilk i ra1il,, ii a1 fiillo 't:-Pnssiici's : 1r. .Wiggings.; Mtr 13airn f ; Er. Dl y;i 'Tr.' uiaisell; Mr. Saindiforl ;, Mr. Riece .11r. Brod hursnt; Mrs. (O'Callghan.1 The followin arethlle ci:rew :-Meksrs. Cotirell, 1NiiirRan, '1eicks, Awdlrsonl, .ug'lih;i Foni Meiniuterl Oily one woman---Mrs, O'Calngllai was saowd. SSnveriel fl ...
RODNEY SHIRE 'COUNCIL FRIDAY, 31st FEBRUARY, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 4 February 1887
RODNEY SHIRE, 'COUNCIL RID`ar SIlat FszuruAbn, 1887. Present-Cra". Cosen. (Presida ), Brown, DrumOi, Baldiin, Groves, Patter son Cook, -Laun itcr, Hogan, and the bcecretary-. t'- COttRPnn DroNiENc E. Fr, Tii 'I.. Etlis, hKyabram. in '"plytn lIetter from the Seerttary're roadii going >,throneh Lis land said ho. was agreeablit if io gotE £150 con i pensation. From Public Worlke Department for warding ruled;s &c, regulations to lbe ohserved by Municipal Cnuncils ivien miaking _application for. authority tr construct tramlways unider the provisionis iof the Act.-Received. Frohim Premier ..office rforwarding memoraindum showiing that the:. coi, struictiin of traisiways can . only. be autliorisedil jthronigh the ..cediuiim of Municipalities by See. 29 of tlLhe Local Gioernmnieit Act Amnendment Act, 1883 - Receivedi roFini Charles; PTorton, Moornopa, applyinig for a renewal of salaugliterir.g licefitac Grantd. Fromn John -Kilbride, Cormpo npily ing for 1 15 :6 6, beiing suarplus...
EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. LONDON, JAN. 31. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 4 February 1887
EUROPEAN TELEGIRAS. yLODON, JTAN. 31. 'Thle r nmines of the late Archbishop Vaughan, of New South ,Wales. which lihae lainu u1iblirieil ,fors aconsiiderable tine, owing tifi ldiisputeasi totlhe p ilsae of burial aind''the pinyitent of the 'x piiseii which might be inicurred, have ibeen interred nt'.'Belmnnt;, on the river VWye, near Hereford, where he died. Halfian has addreseed anotlher letter to Reach, in which he asks the champion to aiain state his intentions as to the proposed R'niiitch 1ftwiren them for the sculling champlnionship of the world, so thiat be may be ableto maken his arrange It in innouncedl that, the firet .que tinti'to lie' considered at the approach ing Iigliierial Confeireine will be that of the contractas for the conveyance of mnails between thisd ountry anid Auetralia. BflonneBO , JAW. 31. Ne s ifa` r'iclhedlherefnf a frelti out bronk of disturbances in. Afghanistan. A large body? of'Duranis, having pre viouflv been inicited by the Governor of Knndnhar, "ade...