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TATURA MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 27 April 1894

TATURA MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. Tihe annual meeting of members of the above institute was held ill the hall on Friday evening last, when about fifteen persons attended. Mr Love was voted to the chair. Owing to the absence of Mr Flanagan, the secretary, Mr C. W. Wilson acted as his locum tenens for the evening. Tile following balance-sheet was read and adopted. RECEIPTS. To credit last audit ... ... £84 5 10 , Rent of hall ... .... ... 5 10 0 ,, Library subscriptions ... 32 18 0 ,,lovernmentgrant ... ... 60 3 11 ,, Shire donation ... ... 5 0 0 ,, Proceeds of entertaiinmient ... 20 18 0 ,, Deposit on contract ... ... .i 0 3 ,, Balance Commercial Bank ... 80 17 3 Total ... ... ... £355 13 3 EXPENDITURE. By work and labor ... ... £218 6 0 Store account... ... ... 6 9 5 Salaries and Wages ... ... 59 11 8 ,, Books and papers ... i 35 7 3 Commission on library 4 2 6 Postage, stationery, and petty accounts ... ... ... 12 6 2 ,, Printing and advertising ... 6 7 6 ,, Water supply... ... ... 3 0 ...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 27 April 1894

LOCAL ITEMS. -:o: With reference to the ensuing election for the Rodney Trust, we understand that Comnmissioners are of opinion that polling booths at Logan's and State School No. 1050, North Murchison, are unnecessary, considering the fewness of the votes polled there on former occasions, and the fact that, without much inconvenience to themselves, the landowners in the locality mien:oned may record their votes at Murchison or Toolamba, where there will be polling booths as usual. The ordinary meeting of the Loyal Lalomna Lodge, No. 6985, M.U.L.O.O.F., was held on Tuesday evening last, when the following officers and brothers were present-G.M. Bro. Hehir, N.G. Bro. IHoyle, V.G. Bro. Carlisle, T. Bro. Vaughan, E.S. Bro. Henderson, F.S. Bro. Hall, R.S. to N.O. Bro. M'Robert, L.S. to N.G. Bro. Vaughan, R.S. to V.G. Bro. Diddams, L.S. to V.G. lBro. Turner, W. Bro. Schrieber, I.G. Bro. Miller, and P.G.M. Bro. Dainty; also Bros. Chestnut, Morrow, and Sands. Correspondence was received fr...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DAROY'S JEANNIE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 27 April 1894

DAROY'S JE-ANNIE. I ý ++- We were speeding along as fast as the ex. press train could rattle. 11e was seated facing me, grizzled and gray, old, hut erect anm hard-fleshed lie eat well forward, as though to stake room for cclut rement i, the poise olf his hical and h,.dy, nan passing of his sinewy hianl over I.? cl anl?lihavein lip whire the moustaclhe oleh: rl, have been, told me at once of the *.ol haber." S" veral times I canuht his eye closely reo.inin; me.; at last, with hati to-" head, in iq'ick .at.le, he spoke: ' :-e p:rdon, sir; but ar'nt ye the sarvice I" I r, piltd that I had that honor, ntil fur. tiers dill that I ricognised the soldier in him. " Proud to kenw that it ain't rubbed of yet, sir. I could tell you from your set up the moment I clalppd eyes on youi." Well,. we talked and talked, at least lie did and with the simple honesty of the sotlithr; recognising my interest, he told me much ol his life, aned here's part of It : '" I 'listed when I was but a boy, not twel...

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 — 27 April 1894

- MARTIN - CUSSEN & CO., AUCTIONEERS, LAND, ESTATE, STOCK, AND GENERAL COMMISSION - AND - Financial Agents. LOANS NEGOTIATED. CLEARING -SALEB A SPECIALTY. Account Sales and NET PROCEEDS Promptly Rendered.. AG'NTs FOR Austranan Alliance Assurance Co. Australian Widows' Fund Pearson, Rowe- Smith and Co. Dalgety and Co., Limited Mooroopna Irrigable Lands Investment Co., Limited. We have always on hand SHEEP AND CATTLE FOR PRIYATE SALE, Also some Splendid Properties. MART. CUSSEN & CO., AUCTIONEERS, Tatura, Mooroopua, Shepparton, Rush worth and Undera. Money. Money. FARMERS! don't pay 8 per cent., when you can get money and have it fixed for 3 or 5 years at 6 per cent. McBride, Martin & Co. (Office : PnoDucE MARKET, SIiEPPARTON.) have any sum from £508 to £5000. Large sums 5r. We lend up to two thirds of value if required. McBride Martin & Co., PRODUCE AUCTIoN Roo?ms, SIIEPPARTON. SHACKELL, WHITE and Co., AUCTIONEERS, Land, Loan, Insurance, and General Co...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOW RUSSIA IS RULED. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 27 April 1894

S 111O\W I.USSFA IS RULD. iA ir.lls te!cgratl frot a corresponldent, who is travelling through fmhi,-strllicken i- Rlssia, contains the following?:- i, One feature which help-' to exldain tlhe I: callousnless of one cliass and the jp, ssiuisml of the other is tile lhitloric:al fealtt re. All ierc e It.esii I have lih?rdl the follhwing. expr' timne:-" Our district is, agricliturilly' s;ieakit g, a siqueezedl leiimon. '[lhe falline ic not an isolated phiitnoeniU, it is tehts :lI x iof a selries of badl years." 'T'his gr'J ?l:ll decline il the frultfnlness of thu ollil hls I, bi?i1 iecilliaitllid by an incras-e oif the poi pnihtlioin ; the hliand at, th - i. i p e I of lthe pa'i ts i:has ri::0tliled staillionlly, its fertility has dilitiiishcdl. Sfeell . ha- inu tl ertl l t, an i l ri l nieing rtilte Wiwi!nthei pen-tnt, has been it s : disire estnio tupp [et, it Illitito itto taie, b arln systeing by Stiiltel wwinc hitds ooeltte f.,it ii int tile neil einer' t to iher cariin i, t lef I...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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VANITY TICKLED. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 27 April 1894

VANITY TIIur.LE,. ORru?a the early exces.-ee of the French Revollt.inn, a rabble of men and women were rioting in the streets of Paris. Lffay. etto appeallre and ordered a yolung artillery officer to open fire ullon them with two cann non. Tile ollit:er bet ?~el the general to let him try flirtto Iplriuade.theml to withdraw. " It is inele?s to appeal to their reason," isai the en4erll. "Cr intily," an.twered the officer; "and it in nor to Lthir riieson, but to their vanity, I wohlaio?lill.' lThe Iti,.er rode up to tIle front of the mob, d.tinl;: hls cooked lit, poinlted to the guns, and sa4d. "(Ientlemen will have the kilndtless to rct ile, for I am ordlered to shoot mldown the rahblb." Th'le trieet, wa~ cleled alt once, for none cod I, brook the idlea of being clg,,eiil with thl: cimi of the city. liii. th i r. ,iri.mrian rio t. wtich dlietambed Ilhlthi is I :l ! i, a imnoI of rick burners all ril no+hubinle.-b I .ke l rs cllllp mollet rl lit the ohu in -ioimif lmi nehlerly maiden ...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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WHAT JACK SAID. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 27 April 1894

Si. WITAT .TA.'K SAID. di Tr there i .o . i t.hin? .cre i.itt n. ut..tler e'lclultild to throw it 1i1. iduto a pi''lhing. of-th teleti and e riing-of-.tht h'air ondi l ion, it, it his nll.m;Lt to dive the wife of Ii, thin; .hck liuroiunh, told mc to-ela It hll t ---" SSile: L\'lltre ditl you se lJack Hur-' y rough..?Y t U it. w'e ? W ll to lllll :lo 1 Looetl!het,? Hull---" lone',nlt togas het' ' S" \tV ll,w dili h to sniell-'y .;o out togethur; yot 1 iik on thI rtauta ii1n o lepo, Si t I tll i .l ,k ilt ti u ii e?I !ltlitllb .LtI., I dtli----" What re-' IItnIratll?" l" ('Illh e lt'., olitC lioit . il'k-- ' " I,.w soe., l l1,)11 h.. li ilto Ito ('lltiil)-'s? [ Ithll:u t you Vliw( ,y, wleeI . to I)i. -"r'. ." i " ?li' hly a liot y l do, bull I j.t he imct, od Sto dropll into (ltlowty' Lo-day ilot il with e Jack, a'n- "that' I dun't, kittlow if I does or not. IL lakes 'l arthly dillerence if "-- "011, of iUoL noClt." Ilhattily.) "I jusit Jack "- 1 "Mutt s li n iti ett:i, to irIerI i t ...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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THE STORY OF THE MANNINGS. A FAMOUS MURDER [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 27 April 1894

fIle STORY OF TIIfE MANMNI,",S. A FAMOUS MUII)Eli " H'E sienational disclos.ure.s at t(inbill recall to mind a nurler tdwhir, it, ite day, created an even greater tenlsation I han a the Deuming mnasslcre. The ecse referred Io is the murder of an ollicer of the Unslulm nlamed Platrick O'Conlnor, at llernolli sey, by the Manning+, man and wife Tihero was the silae deliberate arrl;illgement for thl Scrimie, and the victim was also buric 1 ilid tl the hearthstone in the kiltchlen of Lll iulllller l'' hliIs.°e, Ihllogh ti:er'e was at absence of what ihas been described as the "giganitie content works" of RIaiinhill. T'lih miserennt.s dlolbtle-s thaiiiht, tiey h:li suifficiently protected thelt-e:.es froi:n dis covery by coverioLu lthe boldy i with qicldine instead of chlloride of liimoi. 1819 waoo a year m?lde ititnIous hby the Iitlll?uer of brutal murders ,whvlichl occlrred inl it, but as alre:uly remarked, the 1llauniiigso' allir exceeded all tie obters ill tih excitement which it caou...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AN AUSTRALIAN STORY. [COPYRIGHT.] WHO IS HE? OR The Indian Matahma in Australia. AN AUSTRALIAN STORY OF THE Natural & Supernatural, [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 27 April 1894

AN AUSTRALIAN STORY. rCr r'.'i:I:1'. [ WHiO I'S IE ? OI The Indian 1Matahma in Australia. AN AUST'RAI.TAN STORY O TIIe Natural ¬& Supernatural, DY ALA?.aETI! Il?l 1ILTOY, .1r.D., F.i R.C.S. -ee~·----- CITAPTE1I X.-(Coe?rrrama.) "Oh, doctor, what will becomo of mo! fMy Geoff. is nearly killed! Oh, my friend,- do you think he will difoP , .'.. Cciftainly'Aob. my dea.r madam. P. ray, be eilim or I shael have to order you'away," said i strangJ vole. .. Starting to my feet I crited " 'ray, cxcia me. I was expeoting my old friendl, Dr. Clanrko." "Dr. Clarko is my own old friend also, madlami. 11[ lies been from home silnce early miornia acttendini a most critical case; but I have already heard of the lady of ' Alington Ifouse' awl hastened to offer my services immnediately, knowing Dr. Clarke would never forgive ;ie for any delay in connection with his young friend, Geoffry. I am a doctor also. My name is Hlamilton. Now, may I request you to leave the room whilst I attend to your ...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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Lovers' Catechism. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 27 April 1894

Lovers' Catechlislm. Robby, wouldst thou have mu In a cotton dress ? Wouldst thou take me, I.tbby, Though my lower were lessu Pretty Nan, I'd have thee, Let gowns nothing cost I Pain I'd take thee, lassie, If thy dower were lest! lobby, wouldst thou have mo If my blushes paled? Wouldst thou take me, Rlolbby, Though my beauty failed ? Blonnie Nan, I'd have then If thy blushes went; Take thee, knowing dearic, 'leauty is but lent I Robiy, wouldst thou have me Shloihl my hiair turn gray? Wllhlst thou take me, liobby, I?ile eycs bleared away ? Sweetest Nan, I'd have thee Shoult thy locks turn white I Loas, I'd willing take thee Thine eyes dim in night I Robbty, woullst thou have im? If mnl step grew slow 1 Couhlst thlou take me, loblby, I.auglless ? No, no, no I 0 my Nan, I'd have tlhco Whlatsoe'er betlie, Since [ take tiee only, Nan, to be my bride t How to Treat a Wife.-'atience uad .hieerfulntss are the great requlsites in liarc cied life. You may lave great trials and per Iplexities ...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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SHORT STORY. THE Fisherman's Daughter. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 27 April 1894

SHORT STORY. THIIE Fisherman's Daughter. Many years ano there dwelt on the banks of Jacob's River, near Invercargill, a family named lUaltilton. It consisted of father, mlother, three sons and a daugltter." Thu occupation of the men was that of fishermen. In the intervals of their labors, or when the weather was too rough to permit of their pursuing their ordinary vocation, they tilled some fifty acres of land-poor and ungrateful soil, but still producing potatoim, barley and oats suflicient to repay thelu for their work. The'ly were Scotch, as indeed in those days ninety out of every hundred people in the Otago province were Scotch. The old people preserved all tlhe stern hard quality of demeanor, and narrow calvanestic thought of the Scottish lowland peasant. Their government of their household was rigid and severe. There was not much laughter heard in that long, low rapoo.tltitched cottage, but many hard and tucomprtomising prayers, in which the d.ity was addressed in tthose fete...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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A BACKSLIDING BENEDICT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 27 April 1894

A 1ACKSLI, INU( IK;N'oNic'. ES, Raoul had certainly mit riele forlover, ? and lie had thllowli himiielf with ?iini enthusiasmn into his now life that, in a day, all his relations with the outer world were shattered-like glass. HIe ellt himself in his sanctuary, turned the key on the inside, and tasted his happiness drop by drop. When by chanlce you encounteied himi, lie hardly gave you a word ; he eouned to be afraid of his past, and took care to avoid all those who could possibly recall it. to minild. RIaoul was thus for some eight niotllhs. Towards tile nilille of thle nintll, lie had a relapse into fornmer labits One lmet him more frequently. He had resumed lis cigars walked mnore leisurely, ald diil lnot disdain to cast an occasiojlal glanceat a piretty womlnan. SThis was linot btecause he was less Ihappy in his honme or loved less his pletty little wife. Oh, no, not Lt lll; for whenloveir 1 met him, lie assu.red e earnestly " that his wife was a treasure." ! hllen a hiusband sl...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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TWO BIRTHDAYS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 27 April 1894

TWO BIRTHDAYS. Mr1 IIcnIID MANTON,' nt's a shame, Michael--that's wTai it is -a real mean shame I They might as well all stay away, for I stan't enjoy myself one bit I" and the little foot came down with an emphatic stamp upon the soft greensward, while the pretty, flushed face, around which the wind-tossed curls were playing, was raised to that of her companion. She was a girl of ten summers, arrayed in holiday dress, with gold bands clasping the rounded wrists, and a delicate chain of exquisite workmanship nestling around her white neck. But the pretty face wore no expression of holiday mirth and gladness; tihe ripe lips quivered With emotion, and the dark, lustrous eyes were misty with tears. 11er companion was about four years her senior; a tall, handsome lad, with a grave, thoughtful face, that made him seem even older than he was, and an air of innate re finement which hisshabby attire and humble surroundings only served to render more apparent by contrast. One brown but shape...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Sparks and Flashes. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 27 April 1894

JSl,.'l.s a, lt FClahes. The heart cannot be light while the head Is heavy. Prices are liable to tumble If trade begins to fall off. If toll to take a "back seat" jne will In variably lake affront. It is when the stare begin to gilimmer that the hearens are being studdel. To tread in paths of virtue one has only to gn ahroad and become a collector of bric.a. brae. " I suppose it is useless to think of holding trade, tlow. I've lost my 'grip,'" said the drullntn r upon discoverieng the theft of his earn pIe ERg. You cannot sllg the rldl son"S, you say ? Never mhni, my hoy I Many tiee°a are who can tlsing tllen, and who insist upon ltd titng s,. over and over again, only t, i:I thile human heart with bitternes7.atod made mankind weary. "wMadam, thLs worn and faded fabri; reminds ona of eon unreelainrli sinner," said the demented yonuth behin I the counter of the coloring cstal!ithrtll.mtn essaying to be funny. .'!That is--er-cr he lultlngly can. tino&d, "I m?ia'-d r'ila't St t...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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A MOUNTAIN LION. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 27 April 1894

A MOUNT''AIN LION. " I Nrevr t believe in that old aupersti. tion." .aid the orator of the evenling, " about getting so ft ightened that your huir would stand on end, until I had a practical experience >f it but, gentlemen, I tell yod it's irue. and none of your figurative yarns aS aome folks ilsist upon." "'' ill al',iouit it," said one of the crowd, while they all enchaluge'd o.lyewiukh. "' \Why, you see it was this way. I wnas out iii Ariizona. up on the .hlogollun hloun' tWins hunting elk aind deer, 'hel one day I Icft camp to get sonime water froln a slillng a ihiarterof a mile away. I didn't cariy lmy ritle a'ong because I wanted both hands to fetch the water, and I wasn't afraid of Injuie 'cause thlie Apaclles were Liiendlies. But just as I wenlt around a bend of rocks close to the spring, I 'flonlted a Imountaiil lion o close that I felt his hot breath on my flace." "' That was a close call," remarked one of tine coillipany. " It was, ienllenmen, it was I And .I was that ...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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WHAT MADE HIM WEE[?]. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 27 April 1894

liv. I ",'" .ta gaonel ll moro likea pert. d..,r!i". ftiar than lil a tramp, but be wiac?' it., thie arlne, tr his pgartner down 'Ile ',a bhiet the r l r " .. ililng bore the Ii.'i- .l.i.ie evi.leiice uo ti iiufession. IV .. -e 'i "tit ll tihe sllit i' antl as hI wenk e *: e t I "ne from tl.le .a.ol. 'tte lie case S " tanceabhouI., at -r iii elieihdini,, aen l.i. k tIn -ii thll rear. 'I le lady of the ,.. .,r i-.wered his klo olk. *' h. yVO 'Iiwllt tis buy a line batlket for a ,A.iitill', iinlaile !" Ie ie iiired after a polite iullnllt ii. s" N,." ihe r.el.onded sharply, " we don' lei" alM oiisiellhing about a ehephe'd. lg'. izce would be acceptlAble " he ';en o lret[. W" \We've got, no Ishepherd dog either," she " i beg your pardon," lie ierr;ited. " lylhe a collar for a billdoug, or for a bhlck .miitlln, or for a poodle or a King Charle.s ulight, fill a lnIIg.frIlt want?" '" hey won't," lshe exclaimed angrily. S\e don't. keep any dr go on the place, and we don't wan't to buyc any...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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MODESTY. WHAT IT IS, AND WHAT IT IS NOT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 27 April 1894

MODESTY. WHAT IT IS, AND WHAT IT IS NOT. o. fly Lady Cook, ice Tencessee C. Claflin. One by one the old world virtues are disappering. Time was when chlivalry was the crown of mlen, and( Imodesty tile diadem of a woman. Chivalry has given place to selfishness, and llodesty to chic.. - Not. that those splendid qualities can ever absolutely die, r - there are, ndl ialways will ie, inoible men and pure women, bit their diminution is serious and of evil angury. The past has only produced one otlher people resembling olrselves-naustere, brave, masterful], enterprising at home and abroad, colonising aud road-making all thie world over, skilful in pleace, and matchless ill war. The Romans were the Iritons of ancient tines ; the Britoins alre llmodllerl Romans. But it is to he noted amiong the first signs of the decline of Rome, that her womenl, so famous for virtue, had become demoralised. The nalional libre had relaxed. Simplicity of life and manners maIlle way for lulxlry. For dtlly was ...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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Odds and Ends. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 27 April 1894

Titlle-r Iandll islloke a n1t: lt, And it sti?os nol fir tour pains; 1 raoip it, like a timai ,f imottle, Al it s lsown run'iantij T ol it i wit, ' :nlnsnlln il:tLllres t.)?: thcm 1.inldly, they schlel,- Ilu as ruugh as itllllecg groatcrs, And tie vartlut heed yon well. Oex ColIts1:AL Wot.sEY: Iliw hiih his lohnor hItlds his haughty head. Ilegol by IItutchrM , to Ib by bishops bred. Ptaa sforbids my loving more The rgentlle, modestt T'heodoreo 'et Illucll the iandtate doth approve, " lThly neighlbor as thyself t loive." Aol must nlot that dear youth Ibe ine? I'm sur. e his htou, a jowins our own I ti tllI DAN TO TllE AT DISNCIE AT A CtlOWItIEI IIENEFIIT: L.ike a graol full of coals I glow, A qirrat full ilollse to see; At if I asl not rahful nIow, A ica t f1- I lmutst be. S'eltern urrwos certant de stirpe ingentis ltomert; Stmyto:, IthtIi'sh CIolsihon, Salamis, Chios, Argioh, A thent:. 'rhis, rendered into lIigl.ish, S:ven tmwns of lre:cce couttund for Hlomer it a .d, ''lThroloih wh...

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MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. April 25. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 27 April 1894

MELBOURNE (GIRAIN 21ARItET. April 20. GotLDSnnnouou, ' ORT AND Co., LTD., rC port :-WHtIEAT.-We are quloting prime mill ing, 2s. 41t to 2a itd f.o.b.; fair to good, 2s Sid to 2s 4l.d; inferior to medium, 2s to 2s tkl; screeningsll, s tG1 to Is &1. OATS. Iresoent rates are :-Prim'ite stout, up to Is 1(Ol; onlinary frcd, os 8t to tls 9d; Algerianl prime milling, t, 7?1d to Is 81; stout feed, ls !i,1 to ls 7d ; inferior, 1o. hd to s50?d ; Tartarian, Is 711 to Is 83,d; seed parcerls tIp to 2s. BAltr,EY.-We quote :-- Prime malting, up to tis Okl; fair to good, Is (k0 to s ; inferior to medium, 3s 311 to 4s 3lt ; Catpe, 2s S3d. DALcTY tNI) CorMPANY, LIMITED, re jport I--VHEAT.-WVe quote :-Primoe tilling wheat, 2s 4dI ; mediuml 2s :?3d to 2s 4 ; off lots, 2s to 2s 2d ; inferior, Its 0td to ts It Ld. OATS.-rWe' quote :--Prite whit stoutt, is 10tl to 1s 10id ; medilm do., ls 8d( to Is 9od, Algerian seedo, Is 8d to os 9d.; do. milling, sto 7d1 to Is 7d1 ; do. feed, Is I l; Tartarian f...

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CASUAL JOTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 27 April 1894

CASUAL JOTTINGS. [Biv F?rAwY A-.] -0-- Early this week we had a visit from the president of the gardens' committee to thank us for the interesting ,election of local plants whose scientific ninmes were' published last week. I understand that the secretary has also been instructed to write to us, expressing the gratitude of the committee. It is not often our efforts are thus appreciated (1 say "ourr" efforts because the editor takes a lot of credit to himself over the matter-lhe always does when lie finds an idea lying around, that someone else had dropped.) So to show, how griittful we are for being thus appreciated, I have determined to nmake-further suggestions in the way of species of the animal kingdom, which might be kept on view within the gar dens, which would thus have zoological as well as botanical attractions. The following suggested themselves as being specially suitable. (We append a note or two on the habits of each) : 1. Yellowsnakus bludotta curlitailum. Frequently s...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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