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MR. WYATT'S APPOINTMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 4 March 1887
*Ma. WYATT'S APPOINTMENTS; Courts will be held as follow s during the half-year ending 80th June:-A SMurjsiso? B0th, . usbhworth, 1Sat APRIL., Tatura, 1st and 29th .:.Murchison, 27th. . BRushworth,. 28th Murchison, 25th Rushworth, 26th Taturn, 27th. JUNE Murchison, 22nd lRushworth. '23rd . Tatura,' 24th
THE WRECK OF THE KAPUNDA LONDON, Feb. 22. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 4 March 1887
THE WRECK OFTHE KAPUNDA LoNDuN, Feb. 22. The survivors of the ship Kapunda, which was sunk through a collision with the barque Ada Melmore off the coast of Brazil on the 20th January, arrived at Plymouth to-dy., and further par ticulars have been obtained from them respecting thebdisaster. The Ada Melmore, it seems, struck Kapunda forward, but the accounts originally published to the effect that the Ada Melmore sank as well as the Kapunda were incorrect. The carpenter, one seaman, and. seven emigrants im mediately jumped on board the Ada Melmlore, and' thus saved 'their. lives. Six others managed to save themselves by means of one of the ship's boats which remained afloat after the founder ing of the vessel. The Ada Melmore rescued the mate, Cotterell, after he had been clinging to. the wreck for two Ihours. The French barque Ulysse, of Mae seilles, five days later relieved the Ada Melhnore of 14 of the survivors, and landed them atlBahin.
CUMBERLAND WRESTLING. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 4 March 1887
CULBII LAAND WVRETLING. A match iii the Cumberland style, for Ii' stake of .£100, was wrestled .attire Bijou . Theatre oil Saturday, Dunn,,the American Champion in this partieoular style, met the the o Santdhurst wrestlers, Blackburn and Thomas. The conditlons were that the two latter men wrestled Dunn in turn, and the first five falls, on their part or his, won the matchl. There was a poor. attendance, thlose who patro nised these athleetc exhibitions in Mel bourne preferring ' the' Gcreco-RIonlan style of wrestling. ICaptain Cowan an old-time clainplion in this particular phase of wrestling, was chosen as referee. Dunn and Th'lnisswere the first to meet, and for a loni' time failed to take holds, tile main feature in Cunmberland wrest linrg being that teacl man shall simul taneously lock his hands behind the other'a back, one (arti being iacross the shoulder.' Shotild eithler break Iis hold ihe loses the fall without being thrown. After a quarter of an hour, nearly all of whliichw...
The Arabnam Union. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 4 March 1887
a- PUB.lIHKID EVKIIY FPRIDAT. er - ng FIIDA f, MARCIH 4, 188. ir, TsH.RodneySlire Council being but a e youthful corlhration, severed anl fermed during the list twelve months, from one of the oldest and most prosperous seres in tle Colo~y of Victoria, and having for its managers a majority of coucillors 1n 'initclew to municipal matters, its doings s have naturally excited considerable curi t Osity and speculation, not only amongst 3 the ratepsyers who are practically inter ested in the welfare of the Shire, but ig also in the minds of those who are J. piloting the neighbouring shares. To the il- sprprise of its neighbours and the grati Sfication of its ratepayers, the Rodney 0- Shire has so far proved a grand financial '. success. In fact the element of success n, has been plainly discernable in every * movement which this now body has ", taken, and at the same time, while com 7 8, plimenting the Councillors of Rodney upon; the success of their labours oy in the interests of the ra...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 4 March 1887
keep everything thej get hold of, except the ten comwmnd nepts - Cedartown $3a.) 4dvertjuer, Notice. M A. TEA. _ TEA. Notice "to Householders. SHE. Celebrated COCK BRAND S(Chinese Rooster on each packet). The Purest Tea the World Produces. Sole :Agenta for Tatsaw?, .. F. WILLIA3MS and Co. TURINLEY BROS., ACCOUNTANTS, AUDITORS, FINANCE And GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, SAllsan-street, I?yabrasm. SLoans Negotiated at 7 per cent. Auction Sales conducted at Shortest Notice. SPLENDID BUILDING and Resident SITES in the best situa tions in the Township FOR SALE, Cheap, and on the most reasonable termse; also. several splendid FARMS, 'well watered and improved FOR SALE, or Lease, on liberal terms of from 150 to 1.000. .Agents for the M'Cormick Harvestin, Machine Company and Mesers Gardiner and Co, the celebrated implement and machinery makers of KynetonF M'Cormack Harvester, good as new, for £50. Agents for best Fire, Life, and Ac cident Companies; also, Live Stock T Insurance, and Measrs. T. ...
ATTEMPTED SUICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 4 March 1887
ATTEMPTED BUICIDE. About hall-past 1 o'clock on Friday Constable Cook, on duty in Ilussell street, was inlformed theta man had cut his throat at the Blue Bell Hotel, Little Collius street east, On reaching the place he was shown into a bedroom on an upper floor, where he found an old man sitting over a basin, into which blood was flowing from a wound on his throat, which had been made with a razor. The constable immediately bound up the wound with a handkerchief, and Dr. Eccles, who had been sent for, soon arrived. The old man was immediately convened to the Melbourne Hospital. His name is Edward m'Cann. He has been employed as messenger in the Crown solicitors office, but was sent home fromu there on Wednesday last as be appeared to be unwell.
CRICKET. TATURA v. MURCHITON. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 4 March 1887
CIIIKET. TATUrnA v. Mun?r?Ot2: The :return match between the above clubs took pl4ce .on the Tatura ground on Sa6u day Ipet, The day was very unfavourable for cricket, the hoary clouds mqking the ground very dark,' thereby rendering anything like decent batting impossible, as the smalhle ass of the scors eot both sides will show. The Morchisont team did not put in an' asijiarance till pearly 4 o'clock, conseo qjuently only ope innings on each side was played. Wootton, the Tatura: captain, won the toss from Archer, and: sent the visitors in to bat to the bowling of WVootton and Barrett. Both bowlers, were well on the spot, and the, innings soon closed for the remarkably semil total of 12 runs, inehodin' S. sundrioe.: McAliece headed the list witll,4 Barrett scored c wickets for s runs, and. \Yorttoi: 4 for 4. It was thought :aturaiwoulil have no difficulty in wiping tlus score nut, but when the last wicket fell, 'only 20 rune had been totalled,'or 8 runs ahead of Murchison. Wootton pl...
REPORTED WRECK OF A VESSEL. QUEENSCLIFE, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 4 March 1887
REPORTED WRECK OF A VESS EL. QUEENeCLIFF, Sunday. It was reported yesterday at the office of the superintendent of police by Mr. Follet, of Spring Creek, near the Barwon Heads, that a vessel was ashore in the vicinity. A telegram was forwarded by the superintendent to itogers, in charge of the Queenscliff station, to that effect, which caused great anxiety here, as .a vessel had Aseen observed close to the Barwon Heads from Point Lonedale during the morning, and the weather, turning misty, she was lost sight of, and could not be seen after it had cleared up: Information was sent to the steam-tug owners, and the Williams was at once despatched, arriving at Queenscliff at about 8 o'clock. Further information was not obtainable, and it was not con =idered safe to send her out during the night. She lay alongclose iu shore to the crest of the Victoria reef without seeing any traces of a vessel ashore, after which'she returned to the bay. GELONo. The authorities here know nothing of any w...
ABSTRACT OF SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 4 March 1887
ABSTRACT OF SALES. Martin Cussen and Co. will hold a sale at Mr. M'Kensies farm, Toolamba West, on Frlday, 11th March. M. Cussen & Co., at their Yards, Tatura Clearing sale of Household Furniture, on the 10th instant. J. M'Namara and Co, at Girgarre East Freehold Farm, on the 16th instant. J. M'Namara and Co., at their Yards, Tatura-Horses, Cattle, .cc.; on 16th linstant. B:own and Stoward, at Kyabramm Township -Cattle, Sheep, Horses, sce., on the 8th instant. Messrs. Sternberg Bros., at Violet Town, at Kelly's Yards-Clearing Sale of 640 acres, on the 25th instant. M.ICussen and Co., at Tatura Stock Sale Freehold Land at Glrgarre East, on 10th instant. M. Cussen and Co., at Harston-Sheepand Cattle, on the 7th instant.
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PRODUCE EXPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 4 March 1887
COIRERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PRODUCE FXPOttTb During the post week the loebS1 bulyers report that a ?tul deal of grain was to hInd, but the duality of blrley was not prime. The prices for good simples of wheat being as 6t1; harley, 3s 7d'; but at the cl-so of the market its 9d (lrime) w.is tffered. Oats-Very little in the market; all of good quality ; the prices closing at from 2s 4d to 2s 3d. Flour remains at last quota tions, viz., A8 10s ; pollard and bran, Is ter buihel. Mr. R. Rielly reports thr.t he is buying large quantities of wheat at 8s &d ; flour, 18 10s per ton; pollard and bran,ls. Thefollowing are the exports from the railway station. Wheat 2747 Burley 871 Oats 232 Flour 282 Total 4188 During the molth of February, the grain exported from our local station was 1883 tous to the seaboard, which, multiplied by 9 bags to the ton although is equal to 4,128 bags per week, that is taking 63 bags ai a load of each truck, or 11 trucks per day. The following are the goods no...
GREAT BARRIER ISLAND MURDERERS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 4 March 1887
,GREAT BAILItlERt ISLAND iMURDERERS. 'The execution of John Caffreyjand •.Henry Albert Penn for the murder of I Mr., Taylor, a settler on thie Great Bar rieorIsland, New Zealand, took place at Auckland, on 21st February. Tlhe two I man were those who attempted after the deed to make, for South America in the cutter the Sovereign of the Seal, which, riwever, drifted to the New South Wales ceast, where it was wrecked, and both men were arrested in that colony. The execution took place in the gaol. An account of it as telegraphed to the Southland 'News states that "the pri soners, taking their position upon the scaffold, kissed each other, and then the church service began; As it concluded the executioner conipleted his pinioning of the condemned men, drew white caps over thir heads, and adjusted the halters ronnd theoirnecks. The prisoners ap parently died without a struggler No atatement'or'addre'asof any kind was madelfrom the scaffoldl. Penn was dis posed of first, and Caffrey stan...
CHARGE OF MANSLAUGHTER. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 4 March 1887
CHAIGl OF MANSLAUGHTER. At the City Police Court on Friday, S.cabman named Matthew Hart was charged with drunkenese, and also with negligently driving a horse and cab, thereby causing the death of Wm. Brown. The prisoner had been arrested on the frat oharge, and the second had .since been preferred against him. On t~he application of Zlub-inspector Webb ,the prisoner was remanded till Friday, pending the result of an inquest on the re?dins ef the man who had been killed. A collision occurred between the cab ,driven by Hart and the cart driven by tshe deceased Brown, and it is alleged that Hart was driving on the wrong aide of the road, ant pras responsible for the j ident,
WRECK OF THE SCHOONER FREDDY. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 4 March 1887
W?VECU OF THE SCtOONER FREDDY. Captain O'Dwyer and 6fie of 'the °crew of the schooner Freddty reached 'Townsvillo on Sunday. They report :that the schoonter has been wrecked in Upstart .Uay, 75; mile s fron "Townsville. 'The Freddhly left"Townevillo for Mary thorough on'Sinday week. After inef .fectual attempits.o heat south, she an chored'.in Upstart Bay on 'Tuesday at ,midnight.'.'. On Wednesday she ex p:erienced a terrific gale from the S.W., with blinding rain, and the schooner was ,driven' ashore. ' The captain slipped the anchor and let'her drift higher up. The seas waselied.over her, but ll. the crew got safe to land. ''he nightis described as having.been sonmething .fearful. 7t was pitchldark and 'rdining in torrents, the wind .blowing with hurricane force. 'The cowr fitted up the 'only boat that •was'saved and rowed .back to Towns ville.
VIOLENT ASSAULT AND ROBBERY. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 4 March 1887
'Y1OLE'NT 'A'A:I'LT .AND ROBBERY. At 'the 'City Police Court .yeaterlay :afternoon, before Mr. Call, P.M., ayoung .'man namedl iTas.iCreawell was charged iwith aesnultiing.antl 'roblbing WiVm. Car ithew, a share-brdker, residing at Lydiard ,treet, ;Ballarat. Time proseontor deposed .that ni.the ll8th inst. he was staying at -the loyal Hotel, Queem-street, Mdl blourne. 'Shortly -before .12 o'clock at :night, he went nout for a walk to look for a frieind. He walked down Queen-street -ii the .direction of Flindera.street. Whenl he.hadrreached a place where the ,scaffoldingrif a building wes e tandilng "three omen rushed out on him from, •belhind, one of thoemn holding liis arms, :nlminllnothrii endeavouring to eholke him, by grjilming Ilim round the throat. The 'third, wlhom he recognised as the .prisoner, came in front of him, and :struck him several violent blown on the s:toimmach. Helthen sinatched prosecutor'a watch and gold chain. 'The prosecutor's pocket was torn anll rifled of a...
THE LAKE TYERS BOATING ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 4 March 1887
'Tt:E LAKE i'YERS BOATING ACCIDENT. The body of Misa Dunn, one of the ,unfortunate victime of the Lake Tyera boating catastrophe, was recovered on Saturday, and brought to" Sale on Sun day from -te. Lakes Entrance by the steamer Nell, chartered for the purpose. Te' remains was interred-in the 'Sale Cemetery on ;Monday afternoon. It iseems--?hab, Mr.--Leonard --._King, b hrother-inlaw ; of the deceased, left 'Lake Tyere at 8 o'clock on Sunday .evening to ride to the Lakes Entrance, and up to midday on Sunday, when the steamer Nell left. had not been heard of. A search party, consisting of men well acquainted with the country, was sent out to look for hin.. The night was extremely dark, .ad it is .considered probable tlint' he got on the track to Bruthen. The body ef Mr. Smith, jun., has been recovered, but that of his father is still missing.
ROBBERIES OF JEWELLERY AT GOVERNMENT HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 4 March 1887
JWDDOMALU d'41ZW Z IALAtI1 ALL GOVERNMENT HOUSE. Two robberies of jewelley which have taken plne at Governiment house during the past week have ueen reported to the police. Lord Deerhurst has lost a stud i.et -with a number of medium-sized .dianionds, and a ,pearl in the centre, valued at £25. A £5 note on the Bank .6f 'Atistralasis. Sydney, was also .take' from his Jordship's dressing-room, where they were last seen on the 20th •inst.; but missed on Saturday. * Mrs. Grist, the cook at Government house., haI lost four gohl riuge and a locket valued at £10. The rings were stolen from her dressing-ronm. She inissed themn on Saturday, and last saw them on Saturday, and last saw them ,on the 30th inst.
LECTURE. LOVE, COURTSHIP, AND MARRIAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 4 March 1887
LECTUlRE. LOVE, COURTSHIP, AMId MARRTAOE. The above headilg formed thle suhject of a most amusing and instructive lecturo. gidenhy the Revo Mr.+ Taggart Evans, in thie Tatura Mechanic s' Institute, on Tuesday eveiing last. The lecture .wais intersperced with.nsogs by the follewhig; i.lies andl geitlenet :-M3tr. Wilson, ,Jessio's.,Dream"; Miip M'Phlril, 1'I cannot sing the old song" ; Miss Hall, '.Thy'.Voice" i Mr.. Boynes, " Where arie you going my pretty maid;" and Rev: Mr. Higgins, "The four jolly Smiths." Our space will.only allow of an outline of the lecture by Mr. Evans. The subjeit is naturally an anusing one, and the reverend gentleman blended the huimours with the pathetic and the solid matter in a manner -which proved very attractive to his audience.: He com menced with a short addressk.upon the sublimity of love, its wonderful influence for good or evil upon all minds,.and; passed''on to decrlbe,:a young nman's feelings when in love for the first time. Blr. Evins said he h...
CHURCH OF ENGLAND TEA MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 4 March 1887
CHURCH OF ENGLAND; TEA MEETING. The anniversary'tea meeting in con nection with the Englishl` Church, Tatura, was held in the Mechanics Institute, on Thursdlsy night list. " The hIall was tastefullf decorated for the occasion, and as the Indies who presided over the tables had managed to secure a large amount of evergreens and flowers, the inside of the building presented quite a bower-like appearance to the eye. The effect of the whole gave the guests a feeling of cool ness upon entering, and tended greatly to make them forget the heait of the weather, which was extreme, the tables were given by Mesdames Fuzzard, Maskell, Owens, Robbins. (Bazeley, Hslkyard, and Wootton, while the batchelors table: was presided over by the Misses Ross, Heaty, and.Rose. The viands provided, both of a solid and light nature,.were of the very highest quality, and the guests testified their appreciation of the good things by filling the tables a number of times, and the disrapearance of the various deli...
New Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 4 March 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. N?,ath.ltb?rt-train .leaves 3d1 bourne 8.40 ani. and 2.55 p.m.; arrives in Melbouirne at 11.16 a.m. express from 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 9.88 a.m. and 7.58 p.m.
FATAL ACCIDENT AT EAST BRUNSWICK. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 4 March 1887
FATAL AUUIUM!?T AT IAbi BRUNSWICK. An accident of a melenaholy character, and which ultimately had a fatal- termi nation, happened at East Brunswick at about 8 o'clock on Saturday morning to an old resident of the district named William Sergeant, aged 60 years. It appears that at the time mentioned the deceased was..in the bar of the Quarry Hotel, at the corner of- Weston and Lygon atreets; and had some refeesh ments. It became necessary for one of the members of the liceiisee's family to ,o down the'cellar to tap a hogshead of beer, and ; order to prevent people enter ing while the cellar remained open, the bar door was locked. The customers in side were also warned abdut the open cellar, particularly Sergeant. The de ceased suddenly had his attention drawn to something passing outside, made a rush to the door, and in doing so he fell down the open cellar, a distance of 7ft. falling upon his head. The men in the bar rushed to his assistance, and brought him to the top, when he was ...