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A Great Bird Collection. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 27 April 1894
A Groat Bird Ccll.ct on. Rovo than 200.000 bird rhino ura now con. trincd in thea Narzrrtl llietcry Mttccutu al South larisingtcnt. LtdItr·n. A rccLn acqut. sition to the collcction of 27,000 Fproeeicns madc by tho late luq,:i ofat t'icrrldolo Thit vartcFEntod by C hoion W. IRuneoy, tbi notnticliot' ntphcw, w:ut hot it~c uda1 in his Att t!:, Tareedttnlu tii:rtry, cmbruicing cerloy :910 Onir.lttologtcht '.d!tr e=, toatty ci thtets; onry rite cud vlethb'o.
Extraordinary Water Power. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 27 April 1894
::traordimrc y \W't rro\i cr. On tho coast of t ?i: cian Itdnd of Chph. alonia ae a large (nu?. r of ti :ouruc or pits in wthith tho ccntcainrd frcclc or ?olt water eiscs liLo the eea cutcide, thocuih the water, level inside is four [tft lower than cutide. Wil.nt in still more rcn.trkcablic? that the lpits cannot be filled by tuc'cnng valer into them,. ncr emptied by shnttir, it out. Thisininular differrnco of loccl has be n ulilizedt by ceuan ng a flow of water froml the cRo to drivoel watlr :whctl placod in one of the pits.
IN THE NICK OF TIME; OR, What Took Place at the Pig and Thistle. A YORKSHIRE STORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 27 April 1894
IN THE NICK OF TIME; Ott, What Took IPlace at the Pjig andi Thistle. r.-- ---r-- A YOIIKSIIIIIE STORY. A large, roomy, comfortable Yorkshire inr one of the sort we do not often come acrcr in these days of stuccoed buildings an0 newly-imported inventions. The landlady belonging to it seemed part and parcel ol the very house itself ; her rosy, smiling face. her comfortable-looking figure make thb most churlish of travellers feel in a good humor, both with himself and his surround. Ings, even before he partook of the hospitality of this famous hostelry. The Pig and Thistle stands about a miit away from one of the largest and busiest of Yorkshire towns. On market days it is crowded with customers, for the charges art moderate, while the attendance and arrange ments are such as are seldom met with, even in the best hotels. Mrs. Page, the landlady, was particularly busy one market day. The races were the following week, and not only was her house more full than usual, but the bar had been...
Humor. Bill Nye's Budget. A CHICAGO LAWYER. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 27 April 1894
lbumtir. IGill Nye'Cs Budget. A CHICAGO I.AWYEIh. It was not generally known at the time but about a year ino a gentleman from Jays burg, named Alanson t. .eltz, opened alanw oltice in Chicago, intendlitng to give that city a style of clenarcut counseling, soliciting, convcyancing, prosecuting, andtl defending, such as she had never witnessed before. lic was young, but he was ftll of confidence, and as he pulled the nails out of the dry goods buxes in which he had brought his revised statutes anil rep!cren appliances, he felt ready andl willing to furnish advicnt living rates to all wlho would come andt examine his stock. IBut time kept on in its remorseless flight, bringing in at the casement of Mr. Meltz the roar and hum of traffic, and the nut.brown lavour of the Chicago IRiver, but that was all.' lie was there, ready and almost eager to advise one anti all, but one and all, without any exception, evaded him. No matter how gaily he lettered. his window with the an. nouncement tha...
TO DOCTOR EMPIRIC. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 27 April 1894
'J'o Ili;I]T )r F II 1 'I II IC. \\'helllI men a dangerorul disease did 'scape, i. ,hil, they gvl? n cack to .'?ieulape; o I'Lt lle give 1w..*, Ihat dobly ant got free + Fruno Illy IiSt .iO ialllngl--anld fronl Iale, - a draillless shower (if light, is I',esy ; 'tis tlire supremeof power; "'Im Iiugiht. half slumbering on its own right Hypocrisy will serve 0s well 'l'o ilrlpagate a churlch, as zeal As pers'eenllOn :anl promotionlll I), equally a dlnllce devotion: So ru)lld whllile stones will servo, thegy say As 'wll :?s eggs to mlake b1ns1 llay. Tile French Government appears to be pluzlerId 1s to the1 sort of monllument to erect in eclebration uo the centenary of tile great Revolution. A corresponldent suggests as the most litting memorial-a guilltille. The King of Portugal lhas conferred the tllree military ordlIs of Portlgal upon that illuastriouu infant-nltarmrs, the baby king of Spain. At the recent sale in London of the ef. facts of Jockey Arclher, live whips brought twenty gu...
GAZETTE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 27 April 1894
GAZETTE NOTICES. A sale of Crown Lands in fee simple will hI held at Tatura on Tuesday, 15th May. Transfers Approved.-Ann Carroll to Winnifred Schramm, 3a. 2r., Too lanba West; Thos. Roche to Clara Brennan, 2a. 2r.. Toolamba West. Permits of the settlement on Lands Act 1893 revoked.-William Hooks, Echuca, allotment 27n, 20 acres, at applicant's request. This land is avail able for other applicants.
OUR FRUIT GARDENS AND VINEYARDS. NO. 1.—LAKE ERIE VINEYARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 27 April 1894
OUR FRUIT GARDENS AND VINEYARDS. NO. I.-LAKE ERIE VINEYARD. Down the main Mooroopna road from Tatura and off to the left for a mile or two when we reach the collection of orchards, gardezns, and homesteads, which now goes by the name of Ardmonnma, we come in sight of a neatly arranged selection of about 400 acres ; a comfor table looking hllomestead with its patch of fruit trees in front, and a small sheet of water wlhich, in honor of his native place, the owner and proprietor has christened by the name given above Lake Erie Vineyard. It is now some 22 years since Mr Michael Karanagh canle to take his abode in what was then a howling wilderness, tand to be one of the pioneers of our now pro gressive district. Crossing the irrigation channel, and driving down front the entrance, we cotte uponi the homestead itself with the necessary outbuildings in close proximity. After exchaniging the usual greetings and explaining our business, we are con dicted round the estate, the principal poi...
Good Stories. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 27 April 1894
0oo000 torte. gAbraham IIy?ard's ililln:rs were alw:ys sprightly all-.il, AL "Oi11 i, thte1S Lord Lyndhui'st mlentionercd thal nola l hi rly, 'ra l nequ aiot: atl , of his, Ikclpt her li stk' ill detalchald hiolok?nr?, tili+ e t :nlthL ill oi t Andi, the fenal,: in an'ther. .Latmcs Smith laidt Io sllpos::til the rcL:t 'a '· s that slhe dlid toL with to addl to hmr library. W i antlher dinner, giret ahl'iot the bartn*: epuch, hiy. ward himacif res-.rd? thati. "sotr1 capital things were struek out, habt wit is too ev:a. escent for repetition. Shrri'an w:as savying th:at h hadl ieen tldli thatt itwas tsitlis,ible to get a dinner at l e ''he iii ll. ' W'hat', sail I~ord iLylnhurstr, 'n it at ite chalibers of ilih gastrononlers of the - ltrtrrly ?' (ilay ':Vwardis' Ihen recent artiset': ,ia gastronllomy ::.nl gastro noler' ltlr he Iril ro:ad y everyn body.) ' Wiht,' :vhel lel Ilk. ' has jaSt r(given us a practical Croii:stlri y l)n lon: 'attitcle, illustrated b'y platetts, and accol pani...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SHEPPARTON MARKETS. Saturday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 27 April 1894
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. ----+-- SIEPI'P'AI TON MARKETS. Saturlday. f'llRIDE, ,MAitTIx AND CO. ' report: Large supplies of produlce on Saturday lust, good clearance land fair prices. Fowls, Is :I to2s 1. ; ducks, 2s to 2s ld ; turkeys, Is :k1 to Its ; Cochins, 2s td ; Minorcos, 2s lid ; bacon, 7i ; honey, 104 per bottle. 90 cases fruit Apples, 34; Quinces, Is td to Is ; half-cases qulainces, ls t: grapes Is t;d to 2s; t,matoes, Is. Also a large quantity of furniture and sundries at late rat.es. At Corporation yards we sold 41 pigs as follows :-lPorkers, 13s to 1is li ; stores, lns ld ; slipt, 1,I ld ; suckers, 4s to 4s 8d. The market was dull. There is an active demand for goodl slleep, orosabreds especially. :.We conduotel i very successful clearing sale for Mc?isrs Ti and G.. Pinner yesterday (Tuesday). IIorses were in great demand, and sold up to £1', 5s, £13 10s and S'.12. Good prices were obtained for every. l'itug else, except the machinery, which was .' ased in.
GRAND BALL AT TOOLAMBA. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 27 April 1894
GRAND BALL AT TOOLAMBA. The grand annual ball and supper ini aid of the funds of the Toolanuba Public Hall, c1uno off on 1Wednesday evening last, when a splendid moonlight night enticed a considerable number to leave their own cheery firesides and indulge inl the pleasures of the hall-room, there being visitors present from Undera, Waranga, Murchison, Mooroolpna, and Tanura. The participants,, in the evening's enjoyment were not doomed to, be disappointed, as everything re quired to add to the pleasures of such a gathering were ably catered for. On entering the hall, the eye was immediately ittiracted by the motto, "Welcome," which was suspended across the stage, thd lettering being se mdidly executed. in s' "ans-down on a groudlwork of pink gauze, while evergreens and Iloral decoia tions assisted inl relieving the bareness of tlhe walls. At rlbot half-past eight the Master of Ceremonies called on those assembled to torm in order to the tune of tle first set of quadrilles, wh'ch dan...
LONDON WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 27 April 1894
LONDON WOOL SALES. DALGETY AND C0LMPANY, LIMITED, re port:--Toe sepand sorles of colonial wool sales in iLosndon which opened on the 27th February closed on 16th March. Out of the estimated available total of 247,100 bales about 172,400 bales have been sold, nameoly 109,000 for the continent, 1000 for America, and 62,400 for lhom consumption, leaving 75,000 pales (about 62,000 Australasian and 13,000 Ohtpe) to be carried forwardl to May series. Opcning at about the parity of preceding scries for everything except faulty grcasles, which ruled about Jlb. down, sales continued with a somewhat droolping tendency for some days and at one time it looked as if a furlther decline would be established, but during the last week the! competitlon became more regular and witithe exception of faulty maid wasty greasies," which close at alloot the worst point of the sale, prices somewhat rallied, more cspecially hit tie case of goodl medlim grcasics and the better parcels of scouredt, The very lar...
INDIGESTION [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 27 April 1894
IN DIESTION may he the result of a variety. ofoalises debility of the digestive tract, over mental work, nervous prostration, ex ccssivc ' smoking, tea, or spirit drinking. At any rate, no matter what the cause, the only treatment of any permanent benefit is a restorative treatment, the reinedy must possess tonic, invigorating and strengthening properties. This is not the case with any of the many purg ing mixtures sold as dyspepesia panaceas, and this is proved by their makers stat ing thht tllq dose ntu t 1ie incoiioEqd qIntiI the desired effect is attained. ThlI is due to the nostrqun being "purely a cathartic, and by continued use the stomach, liver, and bowels becoune pdq cated to the acti1 i of thp !nedicinp amn it gradually loses all effect Olomonts Tonic is quite distinct in its acotion, It assists digestion, promotes the flow of gastric and pancreatic fluids, increases the secretion of bile and thus assist the bowels to throw off the waste matter; it strengthens the nerves,...
FOOTBALL. MEETING OF THE ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 27 April 1894
FOOTBALL. MEETINC OF THE ASSOCIATION. The annual meeting of the Goulburn Valley District Football Ass,,c:ation was held on Friday night last a Shelpparion, when there were present delegates from Shepparton, Shepparton Ramblers, Moo roopma, Tatura, and Kyabramu (by proxy.) Representatives were also present. by invitation, from Undera. Mr Ritchie (Tatura) was voted to the chair, and called on the secretary to read "the report and balance-sheet. The latter showed a credit balanceof £3 8s. Both were received and adopted. The- Undera club was admitted to membership, and Mr Beckwith, one of tihe delegates, thanked those present, and stated that Mr Doidge had donated £5 to the club to do with as they 'wished, and the delegates would be presared' to hand it over when somen scl :e was devised as to trophies. (Apple . J.) The question as .o the head-quarters of the association was then inr;oduced by the cl,;rm -n, who niov:d th..t Tatura be the head-quarters for the season, 1894. In doing so ...
KYABRAM NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 27 April 1894
KYABRAM NOTES. --0- (FRO)M OU oNOW CORnrESi'ONDENT). The footlh'1 arrangements at Kyabram seem -to -have more ditfficulty about them than would. be expectel of any district where there are so. many young people residing. There should, one.would think, be asuflicient number.of. young men who play football round here to-make up a couple of teams, and :yet the gentleman (Mr' Crowle) who has been appointed hon. sec. finds the greatest difficulty in getting the necessary material together. There must therefore be esome thing that requires explanationl in the matter. In the first place it is opetn to question whether a wise move wasq Iade il appointing Mr Crowle as organising secretary, bheca'se, be he ever so enthusiitlc , he cannot get over tile fact that lie is a stranger, and it is well known that to be sueccrful in managing sport of any kind in the country one must know the people. No one, I am sure, will endorse this opinion sooner than Mr Crowle hiimself. t Then again, it is mnore ...
G.V.D.F. ASSOCIATION. LIST OF MATCHES, 1894. MAY 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 27 April 1894
.,V.,.F, ASSOCIATION. -.0. -- LIST OF MATCHES, 1894. MAY 16. Taturm v. Underl. Ram?lers y. Kyabram. logrbootzU v. Shepparton. MaAY 30, Tatura v. Mooroopna. Undera v, Ramblers. Kyabruau y. S,?cppartop, JUNE 6. yabramn v. Undera. Tatura v. Shopparton. Mooroopna v. Ramblers. JUNE 18. Mooroopna v. Undcm. Tatura v. Kyabram. Shcpparton v. Ramblcrs. JUNE 20. Tatura . Rlamllors, .heppnartn v. Undera. 'y". rani v. Moaroopna, JUIY 11, Undera v. Tatura, Kyabram v. Ramblera. Shepparton .v. Mooroopun. JULY 18. Mooroopna v. Tntura. Ramblers v. Undcrn. Shepparton v. Kyabrnm. JULY 25. Undera v. Kyabram. llhepparton v. Tatum. 1Ip1hleri' v. ""1ooroopna. AUGUST 1. Undera v, Moorooonn. Kyabram v. Tatura. Ramblers v. Shepparton. AUGUST 8. Undera v Sheplparon. Rainlb1le v. Taturn. SMobtoopla v. Kyabram. The game in each instance will x, played on the ground of the first-namte club.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 27 April 1894
GRAND DISTRIBU IOiN VICTORIAN FREEHOLD PROPERTY AMONGST TUE SITAAliEIHOLDERS OF THE MELBOURNE PROPERTY 'BUILDING SOCIETY, BRISBANE. Incorporated According to Act of Parliament. PROPOSED ISSUE OF 40,000 SHARES OF £1 EACH, TO BE PAID IN FULL ON APPLTCATIONI NO FURTIIER LIABILITY. The Properties 600 in number, valued at £40,000, or a proporticatu pa;rt thereof, according to the nmbvr of Shares subscribed, will be Balluted for, tree of any deduetim 1,jr nomml.ioc. The Ballot will be Conducted in the Presence of the Shareholders and the Press, on a Date which will be Duly Announced by Advertisement. SOLIoITORs : Messrs. MACDONALD, PATERSO' & IIAW'I'IHOIi, rl;i.:?,e . . I E 'R ? YSITA,\Y, E'q. 3V1 Collins.se., Me'bourne. BANKERS : BANK OF AUSTRALAsIA, Brisbane. SEa : W. O M1ACDER MOIT. FFICES : CENTILAL BUILDINGS, Edward-st., Brisbane DesorPiption of Propertios:- FIRST PBIZE.-A seubtantial Freehold Brick Building and Factory, together with the Valuable Machinery and Engine therein...
No. 2.—ALL SAINTS' CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 27 April 1894
No. 2.-ALL SAINTS' CilURCH. Our Anglican friends have their place of worship in a somewhat out of the way part of the town, but our visit to the building on Sunday evening repaid us for our trouble. The little brick church, which has lately been fenced in, is very presentable outside, and when one enters the building, the impression is intensified, the walls being neat and clean, the chancel arch decorated with a pr,,ttily arranged text, and a handsome fall being suspended from the pulpit. After a short, soft voluntary on the organ, which 1apears to be sweet in tone, and, though small, capable of powerful music, the clergyman recited the opening sentences, and evening service begun. After the Confession of sins and the Lord's Prayer had been gone thro igh by the minister, fervently accompanied Iby the congregation, there followed as usual the psalms for the day. The choir w.s a full one, all the various parts being represented; and the singing of-the first psalm for the evenlling wa...