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RAILWAY MANIFEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 27 April 1894
RAILWAY MANIFEST. -o The following are lying at the Tatura railway station : Parcels.-Privttt, Maxwell, Rooney, C. Maher, Stevens, Groves,. Snow, Ive, Murdoch, Hoyle, and Hanlon. Goons.--Fuzzard, Somer, Williams & Co., Davis, Hunter Bros., Diddams, Grover, Maxwell, Maskell, Mitchell, Murray, Heaphy, Smith, Moore, and Jobling.
SHEPPARTON MARKETS. Saturday, April 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 4 May 1894
SHEPPARTON MAR~KETS. Saturday, April 28. M'BRIDE, MARTIN AND Co. report: Brisk sale at the Market on Saturday, and fair prices for all lines offered. Fowls, Is, 2s 7d ; ducks, 2s, 28 d ; pork, 2d, 21d ; bacon, til, 7d ; applles, :is; quince, 2,, 24 &Fl : half cases oranges, Is, is :1 ; figs, 2s tI; ap)ples, Is, 2S ?ol : quinces Is, Is tl l: tonlatoes, 9d, ls. We have leased Mr V. C.. M"Kinney's Marion vale estate, 'J910 acres, to ?ers r Green Bros. for a term of 3 years at a satisfactory rental.
RAILWAY MANIFEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 4 May 1894
RAILWAY MANIFEST. -o- Thel following are lying at the Tutuor railway station: PAtncoEs.- Wilson, Stewart, 21lax well. Wellman. Snow, White, Gullett, Dinnam, Moore, 1M'Namara, Webb, Misses Williams. Hunter. and A. Spong. Goons.-Hunter Bros., Hoyle, Groves and Wilson, Bartlett, Williams, John son, Mitchell, Lamb, Lansloy, Brady, Forsyth, Pickles and Smith, Mitchell, and Mloore. M.U.I.O.O.F. Loyal Laloma Tatura Lodge meet every alternate Tuesday (May 8) in the ante-room of the Mechanics' Institute, Tatura. Tatura V. F. Brigade meeting, first Monday in each month; practice, third Monday in each month.
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 4 May 1894
IMPOUNDINGS. M1oon,.-XYellow and white heifer, no visible brand ; three strawberry year ling hcifers, no visible brand; red and white yearling heifer, no visible brand ; red and white yearling steer, I off rump. To be sold 23rd May. MunacusoN.-Bay saddle mare, star and streak, like JN over S near shoulder, lame, near fore leg and knee enlarged; bay filly, progency of above, star, no visible brand. To be sold on 23rd May. Nu.stuRAur.-Upstanding bay buggy nmare, star, no visible brand; black draught mare, running star, white feet, A near shoulder. Sivuroun.-Black horse, saddle, stripe down face, K near shoulder ; black mare, pony, indescribable brand near shoulder. To be sold on 14th May. SHI.EPPAnTOV.-Red and white cow, faint brand like M, and tarred near rump; red and white cow, white face, M near rump, tar brand near ribs ; light red and white cow, heart and bar off rump; red and white spotted heifer, no visible brand; black and white heifer. no visible brand! strawberry heifer, fa...
CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not necessarily endorse the opinions expressed by our correspondents.] TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 4 May 1894
CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not necessarily endorse the op nifons expressed by our correspondents.] TO THE EDITOR. SIR,-T cnasuly dropped in at the meeting of the Rodney Shire Council last Monday to slend anl hour, when I was very much struck at the disorderly way in which they conduct their busi ness. I noticed particularly that when a discussion took place all the comlicillors were talking at once and no one knew what about, and tihe president was con tinually calling order, but no heed was taken; then this rouses the ire of the president and lie gets irritable. Shortly after T went in the rate-collector's report was read ; then the galme started; tthey were all talking to him at once. Every one seemed to ilave some sort of com plaint, and for a short time things were very merry and warnm for the collector. I think myself that the collector, after hearing his report, was quite right in bringing the matter before the council that was tile pan tax ;-- e was quite justified in laying befo...
NOTES AT THE MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 4 May 1894
NOTES AT-THE MIATCH. "Price's first goal was a '" daisy," and brought forth the plaudits of the score of " barrackers." Orford is no "mug" at marking, and his kicking is alright. Tonmmy Hewson grafted like a Trojan, and won't be any drawback to the locals this season. The '" Friar" had charge of tho team, but didn't look after himself much. " Yarker" made a brilliant dash with the ball after the final call of time, only to find out it was useless. The "good old man " says he isn't sure, but he thinks lie got one kick. Anyhow, hlie " rode the donkey." Harry 1'. was not quite sure whether lie ought to catch a man or not, so con tented himself with tollowing him.
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 4 May 1894
FOOTBALL. A match was played at Kyabram 1obetween a teaml from 'raturn and the locals, on Wednesday last, Tlle visitors could only muster 13 moen, and Ihe locals were not nimcli better off. The game was played iii a friendly spirit amdL'was very enjoyahle. Up to three-quarter time the visitors held their own, but from then the locals ran away, and finally won by 5 goals to 2. The bulk of the play for the locals fell to Price, Orford, Hcwson, and Morrow.
A PRETY STORY OF TWO FAMOUS SONGSTRESSES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 4 May 1894
A PRETTY STORY OP TWO FAMOUS SONGSLt'It I?SS ioS. Sour.w;cnrr:v in the '40's Grisi and Jenny Lind were singing in different theatres in London. Those who went into ecstasies over Grisi's "Norma" were the next evening enraptured with Lind's "Casta Diva." Greab waxs the rivalry between them. Finally Queen Victoria, deeming it a sh!ame that two such gifted women should be seopan at ed by a moan, unworthy jealousy, recquested both to appear at a Court concerb. Of course, they both came. The Queen warmly .welcomed them together for tle first time. She gave the; signal for the concert to begin. J enny Lind was the younger, and it was arranged thatsiie should sing first. With perfect coafirdence in her powers she stepped forward to begin. Chancing to glance at Griel, ire saw the Southern woman's malig. nant gaie fixed on her. The fierce look almost paralysed her. Her courage left her, her voice trembled, everything grow black before her and she almost fell. By the greatest exertion of her ...
G.V.D.F. ASSOCIATION. LIST OF MATCHES, 1894. MAY 16. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 4 May 1894
G.V.D.F. ASSOCIATION. -:o0: LIST OF MATCHES, 1894. MAY 16. Tatura v. Undern. Ramblera v. Kyabram. Mooroopna v. Shepparton. MAY 30. Tatura v. Mooroopnn. Undera v. Ramblers. Kyabram v. Shepparton. JUNE 6. Kyabramn v. Unlera. Tatura v. Shlepparton. Mooroopna v. Ramblers. JUNE 13. Mooroopna v. Undera. Tatura v. Kyabram. Shepparton v. Ramblers. JUNE 20. Tatura v. Ramblers. Shepparton v. Undera. Kyabram v. Mooroopna. JULY 11. Undeira v. Tathra. !'J"Kyalirani v. Ramblers Shepparton v. MAooroopna. JULY 18. 3Mooroopna v. Taturn. Iamblers v. Undera Shcpparton v. Kyabram. JULY 25. Undera v.1 yabram. Shepparton v. Tatum. Ramblers v. Mooroopna. AUGUST 1. Undera v, Mooroonna. Kyabram v. Taturn. Ramblers v. Shepparton. AUGUST 8. Undern v Shepparton. Ramblers v. Tatorn. Mooroopna v. Kyabram. The ganme in each instance will be played on the ground of the first-namel club. Lives there a man with soul so dead who never to himself hath said--I'm going to "Our Tailors" for my clothcs. Waterproof Overcoa...
KYABRAM NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 4 May 1894
KYABRAM NOTES. --o:0 (FROM3 OUR OWN CORRE1SPONIIENT). The lawn telnis toullrnamenllt coln inieiced lost Wedmisday was cont IIueI to the and of -lihe week, and resulted, so far as the first round is 'concerned, as follows:-=Crowle v. De Boos, won by. the hltter 6-2, 5-6, 6-3 ; Wee gan v. Richards, won by the former 6-2, -3 ; Tullolh v. Moss, won by the former' 064, 6-5 ; Adanls v. Hodges, won by the first-named 6-2, 6-0. In the second round Adams is drawn against Tulloh and Keegan against De Boos. A ladies' tournament is in course of arrangement. The discussion upon the present water supply under the auspices of the Deakin Shire Progress Association last Wednesday, at Tongala, was very well attended, and the president of the as sociation (Mr J.- W. Byrne) occupied the chair. ..The subject was introduced by -Mr Jno. Allan, who gave a well prepared address upon the useless ex penditure of the past upon ill-advised schemes of irrigation and domestic water supply, while, in spite of the ...
GAZETTE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 4 May 1894
GAZETTE NOTICES. John Lilford and William Patterson have been appointed members of Board of Advice for the school district of the shire of Rodney, No. 258. Vacancics for head toachers.-State school No. 2971, lMerrigum South; state school No. 2150, Pine Lodge North; state school No. 2503, Sheop parton North. Applications for the positions above named will be received only front teachers employed in un classified schools. The Shopparton turf club has been permitted to place temporary unlocked swing-gates upon a road, street or highway. Permits to occupy Crown Lands. P. J. Ryan, 13a. Ir. 34p., Katamatito ; Thos. Howard, 18n. Ir..9p., Katamatito; Win. Loof, 10a. lr. 30p., Katamatito ; David Nagle: 18a. Sr. 7p., Miepoll; Kate Mengher, 19a. Sr. 37p.. Miepoll ; Wm. Nagle, 19a. Sr. S4p., Miepoll ; David 'Wlsh, 1ia.. Miepoll; P. Leahy, 1Sa. 2r. 10p., Miepoll; Hennery Fitt, 3a. Sr. 28p., Murchison North ; Ernest O. Douglas, 2a. Sr. 9p., Toolamba; John Wharrio a. . 8 r 7p., Colbinabbin; G. A. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 4 May 1894
FOR TRADE DEPRESSION USE THE TATURA ~AJI'D '7TS; •· , I-IE2,~.....A.LD 1"TT " .4. 7 Without People won't and can't Advertising is advertising a guess that you have a to business as a man will good thing to sell. man well shod. a l always plod. Newton worried considerably about lthal apple. None of us woulld probably have worrield a;t all if it lhad not heen for the toothsome fruit in far-olT times. Why Newton's apple fell doswnwards, we know. So also when a Iusiness is said to " run itself without udvertising," we know it will serve as anotlher illustration of the law of gravitation--gravlity is always downwards. Print and prospe)Cr is a wise old saw. hThere is no necessity of arguing the question whctlher it pays ~to adIvertiRse. WlVhctller it pays to push husiness. Whetlher it pays to send out well written circulars. If you tlhink it doesnC t pay, take down your signs; pull dowll yogr blinds ; keep very quiet and don''t mention business. Ex nihil nililo fit. 'Your crcular is one o...
A LIVELY CORPSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 4 May 1894
A. LIVEL7 CORPS,. I HERE is no telling when a party it W absolutely dead inl tile United States. A few years ago it was implicitly believed by some people that the Democracy wias dead. Just now the saine prediction is boing made in regard to the Republican party. Whenever we read in a Republican paper that the Democracy is dead, or vice versa, we are very much reminded of that yarn about Shuckers. A man named William U. Sheckere died in WVilmington. It seems that there was another man in the city bearing precisely the same name, and when the death was announced a good many of his friends thought he was dead, and they resolved to go to hei funeral. On the day of the funeral tie lividlg Shuckers also tlloraht be would go, partly fir the purpose of ascertaining how it hit to parLicipate in the ebiequies ofa man named William i). .Shockers. He took up a position in the vestibnle, and as bhe mourners were about to come out, a friend of his, named Jone', saw him. The first imlullse of Jon...
SOME MATRIMONIAL [?]ISHAPS. MR. WILSON AND THE GOAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 4 May 1894
SOMEI IJATRI?0NIAl IlUSIIAPS, M11. WILSON AND TlHE GOAT. ', (I FINK Y, will you lhelp me to carry this IIJ box dolwn to the barn? I want to set it upltairs. There is no room in the wood-lshed." " That's it ! If you had two castlemanud a row of slleds around each of them, you would want to put something up in the barn." "I would rather do it alone than ask you to help me. You always make such a fuss when I ask you to do a single thing. I thlinkyou are just as mean as you can be that's what I do," Mrs. Wilson said, as they deposited the box on the floor. "I will carry it up alone, for I know you would drop it if you should undertake to help," Ile growled. Hoe picked up the box, moved towards the barn, anrd laboured up the steps. As his head arose above the floor it suddonly came in violent contact with an obstacle, anld he canme rolling back down thestaers. The conte.nts iof the box flew in every direction. Mrs. Wilson screamled as the Ii hlounded over her head. Wilson brought up sudd...
Spectacles for Horses. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 4 May 1894
Spocthacloa fo HIorses. A correspondent of the Manohe?ier .,errti,n Chrori/le tells the readers of that paplr home intereating circumstances in conneolis, with a "good grey steed in his own posge.sion." lHe came to thie oone!uaion that this equine friend of his was short-.ightcd. lie "couldn't see a carrot two yards ofl," he tells in,. So he took the quadruped to an oculist living in the neighborhood, who made the I,.'eesary inpcction ond certified that the her e had a No. 7 eye, and rsquired coneave gla..is. 'the concavo glasses tlhus indicated were 'lined and buckled on to the head eta': "The horee seemed a little bit surprised .hen 1 irst put thrum on him," he says, hot his smariment rapidly gave way to darn ssetra. tione of the keenest pleasure. lie no,. stands all the morning looking over the haltdoor of hies table with his spoutacles on, gazing around himr with an air of codate ernjoymeon;. . Wien I take him out for a drive," orntinule the versciolls narrator, "he capers shout...
CASUAL JOTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 4 May 1894
CASUAL JOTTINCS. . [BY FL.ssv., Y.] The foundation-stone of the new gutter in Hogan-street was laid with due pomp and ceremony last week, and the work is rapidly nearing its coln pletion, the rate of progress being com mensurate with the gigantic inature of the scheme. The attention of passers by is continually attracted by the enormous army of laborers, superintend ents, and inspector.. engaged on thi. truly national work. Visitors fronl Shlepparton, Seymnour, and- other unim portant suburbs' of Tatura have been duly impressed with the magnificent scale on which the whole is carried out. Even the very animal creation pause to view the works. Last Saturday one of the equine species was so much inspired with the sight of the mpassive brickwork and masonry, that lie stood in front of one of our respected storekeepers' es tablishments lost in admiration, and positivelyj refused- to advance till his thirst for the sublimle and beautiful had been satisfied. Ini vain lie was enticed with ...
"Shopping." [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 4 May 1894
"Shopping." Despite the popular delesion to the con. trary, women do not like the laborious lack of shopping, and the wiser among them him. plity it as tuoch as possible by a systematio arrangernu-t of list and route. Much time is waited .' chopping because of a laok of knowledg. tow to do the work and absence of system in doing it. There is a ri;-ht and a wrong w~ay, an easy and a hard cn ethod of performing every sort of work--a ludiog shopping. I went about with a 'good shopper" the other dr To be a gooautopper is as dmirable in its .n y as to be a good seauaitrese or a goc, vaIsin cook, at J 1 ob. ?ervwd my companiorz method on th a after noon's expedition, tuk.ug mental neosa for my own profit and for future ueo. In the first place site had a small sheet of papes which contained ar oexct memorandum, made in a few words, of the articles eho wished to pucchase. A ireat deal of art was put into the making of this memorandum, for it was compact, methodically acranged, and, best of ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 4 May 1894
GRAND DISTRIBUTION VICTORIAN FREEHOLD PROPERTY AMONGST THE SHAREHOLDERS OF THE MELBOURNE PROPERTY 'BUILDING SOCIETY, BRISBANE. Incorporated According to Act of Parliament. PROPOSBD IBSUE OF 40o000 SHARE? OF £1 1EACH, TO BE PAID IN FULL ON APPLICATIONI NO FURLTHER LIABILITY. The Properties, 600 1n number, valued at 840 000, or a proportionate part thereof, according to the number of Shar.s subscribed, will be Balloted for, freu of any deductio,: r,:" e- mmiatste'. The Ballot will be Conducted in the Presence of the Shareholders and the Press, on a Date which will be Duly Announced by Advertisement. BOLIrITOrS: Mesers. MACDONALD, PATIRBOS & IIAWTtilO1t, fti.l,re. 1i. E It A.\YSHAY, Esq., 309 Collins-s>., Melbourne. BANIRI : BAN! OW AUlTRALABIA, Brisbane. SEC : W. O MAODE RSIOT. OFFICES : CENTiAL BUILDINGS, Edward-st., Brisbane Desocription of Propertios: FIRST PBIZI.-A substantial Freehold dECOTND PRIZE.--A Viil l ?i 'enlce, b autiful view of the Dandenong Ranges Brick Beil...
LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 4 May 1894
LOCAL ITEMS. ---:o: 'lThe estnablishment of a blrnass hannd in our0 towIn Inny now bo looked oni as nin establishciei d ficet, nid.l very shortly nnow, probnbljy withinI a week, thie notes of pructieu will be healrd. A mlCeetingn of the members was hold on Friday night last, at Mr Ritchie's rooms, when there was a good attendance, Mr Ritchie in the chair. The sub-committee reported that they had waited on a number who had promised to purchase their own instrumerts. It was resolved that a bass instrlument be procured at ollnce, and it was also decided that cheques be signed by Mr C. W. Wilson, trustee, and tile treasurer and secretary. The meeting was then closed. A meeting will be held to-night at 7.30 at Mr e Ritchie's rooms, when all meImbers are f requested to attend. A well-atteniled meeting of the foot ball club was held on Tuesday night at f the Criterion Hotel. Mr W. A. Ritchie occupied the chair." Letters were read from the Mooroopna club. in, the matter of having umpires ap...
THE KYABRAM UNION. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. FRIDAY, MAY 4, 1894. WHAT IS THE FUNCTION OF A NEWSPAPER? [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 4 May 1894
THE KYABI1AM UNION. PUILISHED EVEnY FI|;DAY MORNING. -o-- FRIDAY, MAY.. 4, 1894. WHAT IS THE . FUNCTION OF A NEWSPAPER? It is manpy long. years since the knights, of the pen had the title of "lTh'le Fourth Estate"' conferred upon them; but the passage of events has more than vindicated this title. History tells how ministries and governments have been created or swept away by its intluence, , how even kings have beedi brought to fear and shame. In oulr own colony similar exanmples on a lesser scale have occurred; and even in the smaller towns and the lprovinces samples of a minor character have often served to illustrate the same fact. Without doubt the Press is a power in the land. Now we have two metropolitan news papers whose business it is to extol and iinculcate political and other creeds of directly contrary natures, and similar variety and contrariety may be observed throughout the country. The manlthat sets hiiself 'to beli?ei allithat lie finds in tlhe lirinted colluhins' o...