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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 18 February 1887
xt ISIdCI %.OF'}lNTS W\VLDIU ! !.s3i ':+i>n~i\' s tlr& 6tii ITtiriiirilt .clin tviicrini "1 Ito~d'Lft I al T r Auctionslli llllr btýur l l s t lein y WTPdnesdtty, 23rd' : ' Fcbriary 432 ,ACI1E.3 4rG AL°A .. .. . is .G. ' D twoe i lt ;ii Li lI Hi till iiitliC'thii Lii tucdintuly nccblrc "Wc. t!,i;v1: `ýn ttij " " ,w (rillN n ,i nitliIt·ivck of i at h; Gi t'ii ini A li i t iwit;li I ,ii.11 1.1 ? tt iii :il lui tiz, tu n(ititnii net 3c nl',i·lcr taa Itrwutt enit, " I,... utc tuitiiti.-Ci it I i plI l ;, 2 nn i llt 1, t 'll: ciii 11t01.. "I iii-tii tu ii t is i, 7lucit acres .3 1111b.lic i ui(nt.. f at b~uit.AIH I i Liiid~?iu * itt Ciitig} i, Curtic '' nl:· ' h C i bit I t i. .lJL'Jdid ,·lilil1(111 Taws-Qnc-thir cash, balnue in nut', ", two:':-;; "" l·.:er 't b't'r wit:·j · I; '' unG "i-CLEARINGJC .',ALE 1.);: -l nut sellOf Silpinorv u I'. l .'let 6 nsiletio G- fu r'in C rn Iof yl·Ficts. "c Cnhco itl 1~ r:' Jriii" Aiinj ul.;iuiii, ;e i RN ofered «t n ii n ne title nal c T he~...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 18 February 1887
- No tices. A VANCO? ois WOOL, GrIAAIN, a t., STOCK, STATION PRO r--DUCE of.all kindls.' . -oew -Zealand Loan: an4 ' Mercantile Agency ;Company (Limited. ; CAPITAL ..... . £s;so.'oou iiEMERVE: FUND ... £265,000 r"\ Mwik I,ierll, Cashl, Advaicea o1i 1 S? i ttii ri ecurties,, . talling Cflipa it Wool, Grain, &c. SFR iALE in MELBOURNE, Or S1illP?INT to LONDl)ON. Auction Sales of Wool" held r.;gularly thanutltout the Reaso,. Auction SMles df"' Tallow, Hlilt, ittheerakhw, Leathe|r,-&c., 'three times a w'eek thlrougllot the year. Auctionm Sale of Grain, Flour, &e., liell every Wrlnesday. LDAVID ELDER, Managers .. I. YOUInaGHUSBAND " " Wo . l'and Produce Manager. Mtelbourne Wool gnd Grain Warehousep, Collina-street West. .a sPianos. Organs. Organs U.O... ~.. t 8,,,4"lwaiton-streei, - (h doors ? rr from n ourke-street.)' PFiano by IlRnisech,'.r Shiedmayer, Lijip,. Aucher, Bord, $clhrcilr, Wilmer, C... Agent forthie celebratedl Mignlion pian?s ;Clanghl and Warren .Org...
NEW METHOD OF DESTROYING RABBITS. WARRNAMBOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 25 February 1887
NEW METHOD OF DESTROYING RABBITS: c WAlRx.MaBOOL. Dr. Thomas Scott claims to have in vented a new and effectual method of destroying rabbits by means of steel wire tubing. He inserts a hollow ball of glass or ippier mnch6 into the burrow. Inside the ball is a dynamite cartridge, connected with an insulated copper wire by a novel contrivance. The ball is detached, and the tubing withdrawn. The copper wire is then attached to an electric battery, and by this means the charge of dynamite is expl?aled. Dr.' Scott states that the effect of the ex plosion will be to kill all the rabbite in a burrow, and to destroy the burrow from end to end. He has submitted his invention to the Government.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 25 February 1887
Mayerbeer, theIcomnpoeer,could whistle " Yankee Poodle" st $ years of age, Notice. TEA. TEA. = TEA, Notice to Householders. T HE Celebrated COCK BRAND (Chinese Rooster on each packet). The Purest Tea the World Produces. Sole Agents for Tatura, F. WILLIAMS a?nid Co. TURNLEY BROS., ACCOUNTANTS, AUDITORS, FINANCE And GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, Allan-street, Ky abram. Loans Negotiated at 7 per cent. Auction Sales conducted at Shortest Notice. S PLENDID BUILDING and Resident SITES in the best situn tions in the Township. FOR SALE, Cheap, and on the most reasonable terms; also. several splendid FARMIS, well watered and improved FOR SALE, or Lease, on liberal terms of from 150 to 1,000. Agents for the M'Cormick Ilarvestin, Machine Company and Mcscrs Gardiner and Co, the celebrated implement and machinery makers of Kyneton M'Cormack Harvester, good as new, for £50.. Agents for best Fire, Life, and Ac cident Companies; also,' Live Stock Insurance, and Mfeasrs. T. Robinson and Co. and other c...
A MARRIAGE MANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 25 February 1887
A MARRIAGE MANIA. William Jones Sargent died at the' State Asylum, Kolamazoo, Mich., on 28rd November, where he was 'incar cerated for several weeks for a peculiar mania. .He was one of the mostinoted bigamlists the country ever saw;,but was iot'iiiu~b. liihrd - about until his 'arrest at Jackson, Michigan, where ho had married a young woman for his twenty sixth wife. Sargent was a man of fine address; and was well educated.; i His vocation, that of a commercial trivelleir gave hi:n peculiar advaitages to ratify his remarkable mania. He hai been in trouble twice previous to. his final aorest, 1but lie managed to clear himself. At the time of his last arrest his conduct led to the belief that he was insane, and lie was sent to tho.asylum. After, his incarceration the full story about him. came out. It was. learned that he had wives and children by the sdore in' Michigan and other States, and that no less than aleven unsuspecting girls had married him in Canada. During the many years ...
ARISTOCRATIC DIVORCE SUITS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 25 February 1887
ARISTOCRATIC DIVORCE The American papers,: weri the last mail left thus discant upon; some social imnbroglios which were to be aired in the English law courts :--Amid all these agitating events the divorce courts keep up their grist of unhappy conjugalities. They will not be idle this; festive New Year's time. Sporting cirles take the greatest interest in the' Marquis of Queensberry case, whose Marchioness seeks reparation under the latest rules The case will be in one round and a knock out, for the accusation that a certain lady took the place of the Marchioness, for the past twelve years or so will not be denied by the Marquis and at the first call of time the fair plaintiff will be awarded the' fight and the alimony-I had almost said gate money. Thus it will not be a sensation, and the Marquis, who is known as the greatest living noble patron of prize fighters and free-thinkers, will be open to a fresh engagemeiit after the middle of February, when his counsel and Her Ladyship's ...
DRINK AND EMBEZZLEMENT WARRAGUL, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 25 February 1887
DRINK AND EMBEZZLEMENT WAnnAoRUL 'Wednesday.. -Anotlher illustration di the ruinous eects of over-indulgence in drink was afforded at the Warragdl Police-cuurt this morning, when Mr. W. F. Page, a young married man, who was well-known in Murchison and other districts, was charged with embezzling the sumn of £2 16s., the paoperty of his employer, Mr. P. P. Nind, the proprietor of the Warragul Guardian newspaper.. Page, who is a journalist, was employed by Mr. Nind to conduct his business for.a few weeks during his absence. While engaged in this capacity, he indulged rather freely in drink, spending his em ployer's money to procure it. i He was discharged from his position,: but was rifforded ample tilnie to make good the money he appropriated, but left the district without doing so. He was last week arrested in' Melbourne, t and was this morning committed for trial at the next Sale General Sessions. :; Mr. Sor jeant, J.P., the chairman of the ]Bench, in giving the decision, said that...
A CASE OF GAROTTING. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 25 February 1887
A CASE OF GAROTTING. At the Essendon Police Court on Monday the four young men, Robert and William Spivy, James Wilson, and Gustavus Berry were present on the charge of assaulting ant robbing John Brown, a brickmaker, on the 13th inst. Mr. Skinner prosecated for the Crown, and Mr. Gillott defended Berry. The evidence adduced went to show that a?l the prisoners except Wilson were seen standing near Brown at the time of the alleged assault by several witnesses, while the prosecutor Brown swore that the two Spivey's and :Berry assaulted and robbed him. The stolen property comprised £2 10s in money and a watch, valued at £5, which had not been recovered. The Bench discharged Wilson and committed the three others for trial. The two women arrested with the prisonersaere charged with vagrancy, and sentenced to six months' iniprison ment with hard labour.
MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 25 February 1887
M?CIIANICS' INSTITUTE. A special meeting of the Committee of the Mlechanics' Institute, Tatnra, to receive the trustees report, was held on Friday. Present-''he President, P. Williams (in the chbir), Hogan, Grover, Love, Smith, Golies, and-Wilson. In thli iabsence of Mr. 'L. Flanagan, Mr. O. Wilson acted secretary pro tem.. The clinirmnn brietfly introduced the 'subject, after- Which a report was' rec.d from the trustces, giving' their assent to the proposed, new w:in' oll west side 'of uildihhng, and suggeitiing that, it would he well not to htivo a curreint liability cx ceodliug £300.: a Mr:,Williis statedl that MIr. Fnawk nier, tliootller. trustel , w(iuild ilihosigneii tie re?port;lill it bcen- d ?irn up,.b ui it` "met with his entiie'in epproval. . : The Secretiry. then .read the l ?pecii cations thiroungh fur the benefit of;,ome .icisibeoirewlhos er iotn pres)leit atlthie 'lst c meetiing.i 'liCed.bviItsessrs. C.Wilsoin, and 1I. Groves ? "1':l' ittli repistit the triutsies be n...
GIRGARRE RACES [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 25 February 1887
i:-? GIRA RJREb.s :1 :. s .rloe annual- meeting) o, the ;Gigar?e TurfiCld li ook placo in Mr. W Ryani's paddock, on 'ri'eiday hast.: As we pre dctLed our last issue, tI re was agood atten dance, sein 500 0 lsoiing present this coilrs-i s in spleindid contested especially the rincipalI races. '[lj~' seitirds worked lIaril to'miles the iffair;nsineces. ail l to kpeeiup theiY-l citeent introducedif, buttieen the raies :o the litogratifi5, i foet-r ces, hop, step, :and "juitiip. -ire: IIogani filled" his old ipoititin as sta?rter to the general matin factiis ofl thoso. isterete i al i; M: Strawlhorn did his duty to perfection iis clerk of the course: Ir.J Walshe, tli'roiglihithe :abence of M Phillips, was riliuestel tio act ias judleaiil hal very little iliculty in decidling the events, as Sther were very :flew closef fuitslies .t\1r. sicales, lid all that was rquired o: hinm. Tihe plicie" assisted well in keeping the conurse clear of all obstuctioits and pro. rentitilg itcideoits ife e...
ALLEGED VIOLENT ASSAULT [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 25 February 1887
ALLEGED VIOLENT 'ASSAULT BY A CONSTABLE. At the South Melbourne Police Court on Saturday, before Messrs. T. V. Foote, and F. Mackay, J.P.'s,and a large bench of magistrates, a member of the local police force, named John Kirby, 'was proceeded against 'under .the 47th section of the Police Offences Statute, with having been drunk while on duty, and also, under the 15th section of the !Police Offences Satote, with having as saulted one' Robert Williams, a cab driver. Inspector Acton prosecuted, and Mr. David Gaulson appeared for the defendant. The evidence of the witnesses for the prosecution proved that about 1 o'clock on the morning of the 10th inst. Williams, who was in com pany with other 'cabmeni, standing at the intersection of Raglan and Claremidon streets;'noticed that Kirby was under the inflnenci of liquor while on his beat, and mIade some remanrk to this effect, which led the constabll to attempt to arrest himn. A severe struggle ensued, diring'which ..Kirby freely used his...
POISON-CARRYING MONEY. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 25 February 1887
POISON-CARRYING MONEY. J. LI. -Neild, M.D., in a letter that appeared in the Argue on Tuesday last says " I observe a very common practice in trams, omnibuses, and cars of putting -coins in the mouth, for the convenience of temporarily holding them. It is not confued to the drivers and conductors .of these conveyances, but is employed also by passengers, not excepting (as I .can testify) ladies whose outward ap pearance would suggest fastidious habits. In any case it is a nasty habit, considering the unsavoury experience which many coins go through, but it is also a dangerous practice. It was shown some time; ago, in a report from the collective investigation committee of the British Medical Association, that bacteria had been discovered upon many coins submitted to microscopic examina tion, and this fact may possibly supply an occasional explanation of the propa gation of certain zymotic diseases. Just now, for example, when wonder 'is now and then expressed how typhoid has found i...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PRODUCE REPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 25 February 1887
-_fMiUlUl I A LL'I t i N-U" PRODUCIi FXI'OlRT? Ouir Inedil nitii buyers report that during '.;lie week the tr.rle in wheat has bee hn rather -iirL?k nt 0as 61. [Prime samples are olitiinina is*Ril to Rl 0,1, but iiftrior qualities nre :di.licillt to p1~in. Oals hove variedl froni - !? tno s'. . T1e 'qualities arriV?i?l. ow :ii:ir'mo htih recent riln, -varying frontm 3(10 tn ;:.400' 'btigcrm l?tr?y, nie naflirms thnt tie ri~e is .oetcnteilporpl k", nnd theo farmerowiould do ;e?ll to r.akte tlthiulvntage of the advance I r. 1 e?t.icellporinrts thaint le i.s no t c.hastig lfroit bn10 to 400 ligs ier diy;., d ,Ier"ty hii rpurchot.sed o vero ra 0l)O.0 bags>=Ii p nric Wl:--ihent;its d ";Flour' £8 10n The fullowin _re th; t ied rts refromt the "Otto .+ 7 0 j lo : a t '. '., . :'. "ilThefllowing are thi gnnels now yiyng i'?tthe 'JIa'te r In:' ilwny F.ttimn-:-.;l ~'A I' agt;iii 'I. 'Walehie, Dle ,V..W odl'att i~e .S. Harris, ,W. E k rt J. Fornitli, T. Hogan; '. Bazeley, Masin andl Wil ,ao...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 25 February 1887
p ED:or 1AWN iodl W UI'I'TE S"it-G RE? HOUND slu°i, fraom : yalntrhni ,nlort 12th .inst. Owner' naine on collr. Reward of 1; Os.10 uipon rturn.e . Detninel; proseected. H-;. H.TU.IRNL EYI'a.:: K fabi-n., - OST on 1thi :Jnaiiry 50 LAinBS . froi? m ':Iv i~1n ark, near. Tatra, biadedl with an- . on near side. 'Any information left n'at .Mers. Mason an Wilson 's, aTrtura, will W. CROSS. Amusements: SAZAAR' ..BAZAAR ! . IN-CONSE TION WITH THu 1 RESBYTYTERIAN -CHUI CI I ~,TITRA :&lt;MIECHANICS' HALL,' :\.,WEDNELSDAY i9th MARCh:: And otree fdllowigilays. a A great vaiety ofus ornamen'tal id fanCy goads. :ver'ybody coine ! ' Adn isaion 'Free! Frilenls'-coitribtiii g will kinildly end in thliir gnd.i toithel hll by 8 o'clocki Wednesdiyd,a 9th ilti. C. GIIOVE,. T.'M'CLTEIRY,IX Committee. JAMES IRftVIJN, CEADEB? ITaLE FAILTIET., "ST. PATRICK'S DAY CELEBRATION, 1887. TI~ATURA'"IIIIIERNtAN SOCIETY Will .?.i- celeliraitihbove 'lay by holding Grand Athletic Sports-Local Show Grounds.':.: O...
ABSTRACT OF SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 25 February 1887
ABSiITRACT OF" SATLES. * H Tov'tio-Clearing Sile of 'llorsos, Ijittle &c. at \Iamroopna Wesa, nic t 25t -lFcbruarv. at 12 o'clouk. .Manrlin Csnlcn and Co. will ball a" snlb at r. 11 KnChineg fiirmj Inolinmba V est, on Fi ridayl, I1th MIarchi ster'hlcr gtros.: wll sih ll ntl t Mr: -Joseph Hliller's fanrm,: at Kiabrntu;, oil 3rd DMmliii Ciisscii and Co. will sell .Mr. T. 1i]r ii. R faIim,~ at hhilee iua- IloyiI Yarls; Itusahinorlh, on "imill Mmiirch. Momma rs.:Slnm IIn. , hmilo mnxi Co -will- sell Ail colijuncii ~iithi o Jn . lliaecomhn iiiiil: Sma. II r. J: ScmnjIttas fdirin, on S"2nid init.: -.r ,:-_,. .
LADIES' BRACELET. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 25 February 1887
iHiss Pickerig's J. nichlrdsbiio . ?,r ii ' Mrs. Day's B. Day ... ; Mrs. Hill's W. Hill . . 10 Miss Artltr's P. Jr. Moynlhnni .. 12 Miss uThomoni's A. Richardsion..;. 12 i Miss Bradbury's A. Crdicksi.alki '.sI3k iMrs. lrown's J. G. Steven'oiso ....15 Miss Tynilll's T. Tyndall . .. 15 Mrs. Wootton's R. Wootton . ;'17 Mrs. Barrett's W. J. Barrett :;.'1 7: Miss Sim's '.. '"? Sims ... . ..
FIRE AT HOTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 25 February 1887
FIRE AT JOTIAX. A fire occurred on Tuesday iilbrning in 'a small building at 8671 Abbotsford street, Hothanm. The building contains three small houses facing the street, under one roof. The centre one was oc cupied by a young labouring tkan named ' Thomas Graham, and his wife. A family named Buddy livedl on nes side, and a family named Sheehan on the other. Graham is a native of county Wicklow, Ireland, and has been in this colony for about nine months. His wife, who was 82 years of age, had been suffering from typhoid fever for soene weeks, and an in fant child died from the same disease • about a week ago. Mrs. Graham, who had been regularly attended by Dr. Burke, of Hotham, ex +!pired on Monday night. Graham, who is of the Catholic faith, lit two candles and set one on either side of the bed head, and he and a man nanied Dono van, whose wife hlie been nursing the 'patient, watched by the corpse till clay light. At about half-past 7, Graham left to see some friends at South Yarra,...
MAGESTERIAL INQUIRY. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 25 February 1887
M IAC ES'Phlt[A1[ INQUR.Y. A nlilgitcrial inquiry wnR hehil at Sheppnrtjn ,"oil Tuesday afternoon,: oil the blioly of Pdiclirird Cullerton.l : iiuniber of 'witceii ses were examined" tlilir. eidlenicr tendiiig to showl that li?e ,ticLilitrs `of the ciso woer as folliows: ." il coilseiqellncoif ` iC diput.belitiveeI Mi?.. Cillerton i I hirion iro Mondaiy inorniiig," tliu" form r drovo into Sheppar toln.anld engagei ua 111 to drive the enigine; of .. his threshller. RIetuniigL in th? lafterlnooi, [Mr. CuleItilln found' hi~k ninllit lioml, inc;0 l :ordered 1 liiibilcff tho :hii.t:: `'Ila young fellowr i?s willing to goi, but nskeld foi peculialry lassistanllce. The dllisp'luet wa tllreoupoil reshmied,iandL ili thle iom'so of tlhe quarrel thedecenas?ell ;ickell pi an axo aiid tlhre. itnatlhis son . who evadingiil it, threw a piece of qularter ilng a .hif fintlhe.l: whli it?t truclci;ajid fulled to.thlo gronnd.i Thoe latter never rIecovered conscluillness; aild e.pired an liir afnterward...