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MOOROOPNA HOSPITAL FETE, 1887. HANDICAPS. SHEFFIELD HANDICAP. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 25 February 1887
3[OOIROOPNA HOSPITAL .FETE, 1887. HANDICAPS. SIEFFIELD IHA'DICAP .: ?;`-` J Moore, Deniliqpin .1 ... '2 ino'l. Mneed urngi B. M'Kec, Tatur- . B. O'Dwyer, .Booeey S. :: .O"Dwyer, Boosey ... .;. G. Cannon, T!itura .. .10 Thomas M,'Auliff,', Glenrowan .. 11 John Burley, Violet Tiown ... 11 II. Johnlson, anco ... 11 E. Thonas, Tatura ... 11 J. Richalrdson, Mooroopna ... 12 W. Hill, Mooroolpnn :.. . .... .12 Jos. Plant, Benalla ... 2... 2 Alex. M'Phersoio, Pelloebla ... I Henry Day, Moorilin .. ... 14 D. S. Potter, Mooreopnar... ..::15 If. Delaney, N. W. Mooroopna :;.: 15 H. Munday, Mooroopna :.. ...- 15 F. Longstaff, Shepparton... ... 15 J. S. Mnrtin. 'Shelpirton . '::;?? 5 .Jas. Hawkins, hlodroopuia N. ..: 10 .J. M'Lennan, Utler .r . r " 14 Hugh Ross, Undera : .;. :;. 1 6 A. Cruickashank, Marion ;al . 16 "A. Ilicwhlidson, MnIroipni,: : . 17 1"P. J.;aMoynehan, Mooro1o :. l -17 IT J. Morrisey, WVahritng.. : : 17 "Terence o:Tyndail, St. Gerniais .?.. 17: ,TJactes Slattery, Sheppaitol. ; ....
AFTER SEVERAL YEARS. "Stoke Ferry, January 9th, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 25 February 1887
AFTER SEVERAL AEARS. u" Stoke Ferry, January 9th, 1884. S h"' Gentlinen,-I have used "beigel's Syrup for several years, anil hbae found it a must efficacious :remedy' for Liver comlplaints and general debility, and I always- keep : some by me,. and canuot speak too 'highly in its praise.-?- re main, yours truly, ,-i-:,i, " Harriet King."
New Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 25 February 1887
New Time Table. Trains leave Tatura 6.40 a.m. and 4.20 p.m.; arrives at 11.56 p.m. and 8.26 p.m. North-Eastern train leaves Mel bourne 6.40 a.m. and 2.55 p.m.; arrives in Melbourne at 11.16 a.m. expresa fromn Seymour, and 10.15 p.m. ordi nary. Goulburn Valley trains arrive at Seymour 9.10 a.m. and 6.47 p.m., and leave Seymour for Melbourne 9.33 a.m. and 7.'5&p.a-•-
The Kyabram Union. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1887 [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 25 February 1887
'PUBI0Ol.i[iI) IVFI Iyl)iY. IY, FRIDA', FEBRUA?AlIY 2j, 1887 We are compelled. to hld i veir a ro port of the Counity Court" and Genleral Session'casen, held il Shepparton yes terday, through the Inteness of tlo re port arriving at this office. Our Ntumrkeah correspoondelnt writes that since the into rains bltsiiness in the grailn market has been dull, nmi the ile livering`. of barley has faillen off iionie what. :Prices relunin unchanged. ' .. Thorain last weok is already calising the wasto grl'ailto germinate, and il cras to lshoot forthi in asto llilshing rapidity. The dams aldil other, wrter reservationis ire' full to orieioflniinlg, anld ttii weater familne is .nh i'a thing of the past? iThe N?mnurklnh' corresponile,?t of the Aigwi sipplies l the folloiwing :-The inmber of bige o): Wiheat aiid barley doe pantclihed from tli+le ical;r railway .,statien alone by ialfor tlhe seiveniweeks e.idinig 9th'Feblrii?3r, was 97,, ;5, anI fnr the weekr end ing ?i?tli Febrtnary, 19,222, m?ki...
FIRE ON BOARD A SCHOONER. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 25 February 1887
FIRE ON BOARD A SCHOONER On Saturday afternoon, about half past 5 o'clock, a fire broke out on board the schooner Canrolino lying near Williamstown, which, but for the prompt and energetic action of those who pro ceeded to the spot, would have resulted in the total destruction of the vessel. Smoke was first observed issuing from the stern of the schooner by men on hoard neighbouring vessels. Several of these men at once went on board, but found no one there, and the vessel all securely fastened up, but they could dis tinctly'hear flames roaring down below in thie cabin. They returned to their own ships, and went back to the burn ing vessel furnished with axes, with which they cut holes in the deck, and the upoured water down. Meanwhile i general alarm was spread, and the water police boat, under the charge of Senior constable Morgan, appeared-with-several boats' crews from the colonial warshipse near. Amongst the boats of the latter was the steam launch of the Cerborus, which having...
TRAGIC AFFAIRAT PINE LODGE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 25 February 1887
TRAGIC? AF?AIl AlT PIN I LODGE, Late. on' Tuesday evening last news iwas brought ?intr Shepparton that a, fearful tragedy, had. oeurroed at Pine Lodge, Lth victim' being . r. R. Collar toi,i the" wll-kLiown-and highly respe?ited farnner 'and threehitig ainchine ownor 6of that place, hail mot his deathl at thel hlandls of his son James, a young mian nabi?t 20 years of age, under circum-. t.ances of painful character. From the particulars we have been able` to glean it appears that in consequence of some' dispute betwoee Mr. Cullerton and his son, the former went into Shepparton on oonday morning, f6r a manf to drive the: engine. Returning in the afternoon he. found his son at lhome, an!l ordered hime: off the place. The young fellow was willing enough to ge, but asked far `pe ouninry assistance, an altercation fol lowed, the fathei throwing an axe at his son, who retaliated by lifting a piece of quartering and Ihurlilng it att his father, whomi it struck behind the left ear and felle...
SHOCKING CRUELTY TO A CHILD. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 25 February 1887
SHOCKING CRUELTY TO A CHILD. Aý,Xninfant died on Sunday, at Yarra sille; under peculiar circumstances. About eight months ago a Mrs. Law rence called on Mrs. Maher, of Yarra -ille, and requested her to take charge of an infant then about two weeks old. SMrs. Maher assented, and .the paymeidt' fras 10. per week. After a ti??e the payments fell off, and Mrs. Lawrence 4t last became so much in arrear that Mrs. Malher gave her notice that the infant would have to appear before the .police-court bench as a neglected child. TIhis caused the mother to appear in Yarraville and take the baby away. A few days afterwards some boys found two dogs worrying something near Kew, and, soon discovering that the object was a living child, they took it away, and found that it had been lying on an ant bill, where its flesh had been eaten away considerably by the ante. They took it .to the police, and, Mrs. Maher being -communicated with, she went and iden tified the child as one of which she had had eha...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 25 February 1887
&lt;i ~-T?rade: A ddi-esses. .. :i, ,. '. Opposite the Railway Station,?tuna, " J ., WOOTTOIN PROP] ETOR,. HI ,'rprieoit Iek .o intimate to the Fartir t itrte ST=sflims lie h pfe4d.lniwst ý ait elfTdihd hotel, containing no , afYrting firnst-class and nample accommodationto all classee Best Commercial Room in the District;. LIQUORS' OF THE .BES'i1' BRANDS ONLY KEPT ;t SUPERIOR BILLIARD TABLE (ALCOCK'S). ?.., MIEALS .AT .ALL EOU ?S.' The only first-class 'Accommodation for Comnmercial Travellers Sin Tatura. CI-I "GS , S.'ITTRY M]OD]]A.ITE ; ..: GOOD "STABI'1NG, AND- AN ATTENTIVE 'GROOM,. /J. ,e W r,T o ' i pridictor HOGAN'S CO6ilMiERCIAL .HOTEL, " T : : 'T ' , U r i, -IIOMIAS IIOGAN begs to intinuate to the surrounding inhabitinte' and pulblic generally that Superior Accomunodlation aniid Moderate Chiiargre are he speciality'of thirifi sti?t-ihs hotel. All Liquore'l o s:tloe I st-Itrluilds ianl:d Puar4et Quoalily onlyy` BILIARIIDS! BIIL! , ID6 '' BILLIARDS ! ! !, SUPERIOR STA...
THE FUTURE OF NEW GUINEA [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 25 February 1887
TIlE FUTURE OF NEW GUINEA -,T?he 'li. James Chalmers read a 'paper in London, on 14th January, on -"'New Guinea-Past, Present, and :Future," before the Royal Institute on ''Tuesday last. Mr. F. Young presided, -and. there was a good audience, the frame of the missionary as a bold ex 'plorer having been industriousely ireu lated. His lecture was extremely in .;teresting to an English audiscce, but -the information he convoyed is, of -ourse, familiar enough to all Austra 'ians who have watched the course of -events in New guinea during recent .years. ABi speculations as to the pro hbable popalation of the country were in :teresting.' .Advancing inland the popu jation was found to be more sparse than 'on the toast line. He variously esti ":,mated the population at 2,560,000, .2,648,275, and 2,828,714, and remarked -;that it might yet be found that all were over-estimates. With regard to the -mineral wealth of the island he thought ":_t was more fancy than reality. Adverting to the poli...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 25 February 1887
DVANCE nnWOOltt, 6tiAN, Ske., STOCK, STATION PRo. 1 of all kin?s. 1New Zealand Loan dati.d Mercantile Ageft cy -Company (Limited.) APIITAL ... ... £83.lr,oU It?WSi;RVE FUND ... `.5,000 hlInko Liberal Cash Advh\tces on" Station fiec:uritless 't?unin 'Clipls of Wool, '.rain, &e. FOR,.SALE in MEL ~ OURNIE, Or' SI?fP NilENT o ta .ONDON. i?Aieltiml Sales of WoL. beld regularly illti.tilrotat the season... ; Airetiomi Sales -?. Tallow;, :irles, .'Iwheepki lo, cattheti &c., three timnleal '-? ek throughout tho year. Alictio 'Sales ?'. ilrnin, Flour, &c., held.overyvWeCdnelt day. . I)AVJ D RY.,DE R.M3fanager. I. Yi 'U~.4HUs?BAND, ounl Yiatl Produce Manager. .Ielh?ourne1Wr ,o1 and Grain Warehouses, Pianos ?ianios. Organs. Organs R. FURLONG 84 Swanston-street, i : :l r doors from Bourke-street.) I ss' L by liotsch, Shiedmayer, %i p, Auchlr, Iord, Sclhroer, Wilmer, . . Agent for the ? celebrated Mignon .ý'iiilns; Clough and Warren Orgains. ' I?OTICE THE- TERMS,-Instro i...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 25 February 1887
Government Advertisements: ICTOltIAN RAIL'WAY S. UNITED a FIRE BRIGADES LTOUR*A. A :-. ENT AND V.R.C. AUTUMN 't MENTING.. 0 'eturi tickets ait Holiday fxcursion Fares will be isasued to- Melbouirne i .cinnoction: with the abbv: by all trains onu' 2id, 24. th ,rid 25tliFebruary, and by the first tritn on the 26tlh February, fromn all statonls; also. by the last throughi triins otl;i Wediastday, 2ad1 .March, nid Fridiy, 4thtlarch, fromiall statoils, and. by the tlirt t-,up. trais onl Thursilay, Srd, audi Saturday, 5th Mlarch, from Kyuieonei. Sa?lndhorst,- Mnryborouglh (rta Cnstlemainc), - aldoo, Laniccfltlid, -Daylesford,, Uacchus. Marshi Qucensclliffe Camperdown; Ballarat. Lillydale, Warrnagnl, F'ranLkson, Seymour, and all..other stations tsuburban excitpted) iitcrmeilatu tllereto. TIte tickets will be available for return from Melbourne up to' Monday,' 7tlh.l arch, iu elusive. By order of the Conmissioiicers, P.P LAIIEIRTOUCIGI; Sroretery fur iailwnsys V CTORIA N RAILWA S TENDERS ar...
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 25 February 1887
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Government Land Sale at Numurkali on March 25th. Applications for Leases approved: AM. Cope, 319a 3"8p., Strathnierton; E. Donovan, 109a 2r., Mundoona; W. Baldwin, 85a 2r 21p., Giirgarre. Leases transferred i- 'Marnaret M~Kenna, 319a Sr 31ip., Miepoll, to Michael M'Kenaa; George North, 158I 2r lo0p.. Naringanin?ialook, to T. M'Tighe; P. Corlwtt, 48a 2r Sp., Shep parton, to C. Corbett; P. Buarratt, 2684 Ir 35p., Cobramn, to Jeremiah Lane; Jas. Quirk, 24i 2r 22p., Mdooroopnis West, to A. Lynch. 1MPOUNDItO5. Inpoundedl at Ehuca, 7th .Felbrary; 1887, by E. L. Jones.-Trespnas 0ls. Brown and white cow, near ear cropped, top off off var, broken tail' o'ff rumlp. On 12th February, by ThIo. Mitchell? Roan mare, star, nearl hindI .f~t :wlihite M near shoulder. On 15th Fobrnury; by D. Hughes.--Trespass' IO.q- Bi-nil snmare, blind near eye,e white face; near hind coronet white, off hi?iln and ifore feet white, scar on loin, no visible bIrand. If not claimed and expenlses pai...
A WOMAN FROM AUSTRIA [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 25 February 1887
A WOMAq FROM AUSTRIA Near the village of - Zillindorf, is Lower 4ustria, livesr Maria Haas, an intelligent and industrious.woman, whose story of physical suffering and final re lief, as related by herself, is of interest to English women. "I was employed," she says, " in the work of a lar.e farm. houise. Overwork broughton sick head ache, followed by a deathly fainting and sickness of the stomach, until I wap unable to retain either food or drink. I was compelled to take to mny bed for several weeks. qetting a little better from rest and quiet, I sought to do soma work, but was soon taken with a pnip in my side, which in a little while seemed to spread over my whole body, and throbbed in my every limb. This was followed by a cough and shortness of breath, until finally I could not sew, and I took to: my bed for the second, and, so I thought, for .the 'Inst time. Aly friends told me that my time had nearly come and that I could not live longer than when the trees put on their green o...
A CHILD LOST IN THE BUSH [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 25 February 1887
A CHILD LOST IN THE BUSH Information was conveyed to the Russell-street barracks on Monday morn- ing that a child two years of age had been lost in the bush at Beenak, 15 miles beyond Pakenham, at 4 o'clock on Saturday, and had not been recovered at 10 o'clock that morning. A request was made that the black trackers should be sent up. Sub-inspector Roach im- mediately despatched a trooper to Dan- denong, who would take the trackers direct to Beenak. &nbsp; &nbsp;
CRICKET. TATURA v. SHEPPARTON. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 25 February 1887
r- Those tenams meton:the Taturagrounit for tlhe third' tin'e this senasii, and: thll rsult proved eai easy *ietory for the visiting team, who, through their, goodl? fielding ,and` thi excelleWL" bowling .of Byass anid Kiton dispoAmg of _our. locals ,for,29; Wodtoin - btilg the o'ily i,(one that go inltl do??iil uri s .ATie . ShvpP rtn ten imadeie 84 ."Haymsi"` wli?o?Twas in i splendid form, toppeid ,the' scoriebv illmakiidg 41 without givin.g th di slightist i chanice. lio was fiiially dis- posed by, a really- clever catch;lby KIey off '.Wootton.: -- Vauchope (iioit out)' also scoring ..10, succeeded in getting:' into i doubleu figures. lyass :secured 7 wicketi for 0 runs and Kitson 2 for 2 for Shlepparton, and for Tattirha; V.ootton is credited with 7 wickets 1 runs Theli' following are the scores :-. .. T ATI.un . .Wootton b lyiss ... 10 lienlersonl b lyass ... ... 1 lilako'b B..ass ... 7 I'Cloory b lnya.s 0 Gellion, noit olt . 2. .ockwoudtc Gourlay b Byass... 2 Keys b lyass .'.....
AFTER SEVERAL YEARS. "Stoke Ferry, January 9th, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 4 March 1887
AFTER SEVERAL ]EARS. "Stoke Ferry, January 9th, 1884. " Gentlemen,-I have used 8eigel's Syrup for several years, awl Inve found it a most efficacious remedy for Liver complaints and general debility, and I always keep some by me, and cannot speak, too highly in its praise.-I re main, yours truly, " Harriet King."
A WOMAN FROM AUSTRIA [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 4 March 1887
.A VWOMA N FROMi AUSTRIA ri Near the villasg of .Zillindorf, iin 7e Lower Austria, lives Maria Haas, -an ce intelligent and industrious woman, whose sr story of physical suffering and final re a lief, as related by herself, is- of" interest to Englis women. 'I was employed," she says, " in the work of a Iar..e farm ' house. Overwork broughton sick head r ache, followed by a deathly fainting and sickness of the stomach, uutil I was unable to retain either food or drank. I was compelled to take to nly 'bed for several weeks. Getting a little better ir front rest and quiet, I sought to do soma work, but was soton taken with a pain in my side, which in .a little while seemed to spread over my whole body, and throbbed in my every limb. This was followed by a cough and shortness of breath, until finally I could not sew, and I took to my bed for the second, and, as I thought,, for tihe last time. My friends told me that nmytime' had nearly come and that I could not live longer than when th...