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SHOWS TO COME. JULY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 4 May 1894

8HOW8 TO OOME. ---0 JULY. 19.-Dcenliquin A. and P. oeldety 24 and 25.-Riverina P. and A., at JerilU derie AUGUST. 29 to 31,-Royal Agricultura Society of Victoria SEPTEMBER 19.-Ararat P. and H. Society 20, 21.-Echuca A. and P. Society 26.-Elmore 26, 27.-National agricultural show, Hamilton OcTODan 2, 3.-Rochester 3.-Inglewood 4.-Murchinon 5.--Boort 9, 10, 11.--Bendigo A. and H. Society I 1.-Eurona SI1.-Tungamah 16, 17.-Maryborough 17, 18.-Tatura 24.-Shcpparton agricultural Society 25.-Bacchus Marsh A. and P. Society NOVEMBER. 1.-Port Fairy 14, 15.-Warrnambool I5, 16.- Ballarat.

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GENERAL SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 4 May 1894

GENERAL WSEUIONI. CASTLEMAINE-TuMeday, May 8. EcIIucA-W?dncsday, May 9. BENALLIA-Thurday, July 12. SIEPPARTON-Tucsday, July 17. BIEEIWORTII-Tuesday, July 24.

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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PARCELS POST RATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 4 May 1894

PARHC.LB POST BATUS. Two pounds, 9d. Every additional poun4, up to 7 pounds, 3d. Fee of registered letters, 3d. Acknowledgment of receipt of registered letter or packet, 2jd. Race telegrams, cd each (giving names first three horses each race), Must be ordered before 11 a.m. on day of race. Mis. HIEALY, Postmistress.

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. ECHUCA MARKET. Saturday, April 28. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 4 May 1894

COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. ECHUCA MARKET. Satuniny, April 28. SHACKErLL, WrIITE AND CO. report: There were 407 henad of cattle yarded to-day, comprising several pens of fats and iarge lines of forward conditioned bullocks, cows, and young cattle. Tllere was a very large at tendance of buyers from. all parts of the dis trict, who compectel freely, and an almost total clearontr c wlas effected. Prices show a distinct advance on late rates, and the market all round was the best for many months past. We sold in conjunction with M'Kenzie and Co., 200 bullocks at quotations-COttle.-21 fat bullocks, good, £5 18s; fat cows, prime, £5 28 ; fat cows, good, £4 12s ; fat heifers, small, £3 1Os; 06 Queensland ballocks, 3 years, at £4 7s ; 100 Victorian bullocks, 2 to 3 years, £3 17 to .l£I 4s. 30Victrorian steers, 2 years," £2 l1s to £2 17s ; 20 store cows, aged, £1 is to £1 10s ; :0 young cattle, 16s ,ot to £1 8s. Sheep.-Line of. lambs, at 7s 2d. Pigs.-The entry was large, but the market still co...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DANGEROUS POSITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 4 May 1894

: f »; , E.OU. r ^l'i TON.: ] Wntse Christian Fast, rc,!l-rnt7Rn to , Western readers, was a boy ho lived in tile northern part of Ashland County, Ohio. His fatuher's farI was remote from other settlers, but there wore friendly Indians in the neighbourhood, of whom Christian learned many of the arts of rude warfare. Hlia chosen friend was a young Indian lad about his own age, named K.ewassa, with whom he often went hunting. One autumn the two boys were off on a bear hunt. They hads stalerted up a bear in the morning, but hadIl not been able to get a shot at hint, although they hatd colght an occasional glimpse of his slaggy black sides. In the niddloe of the afternoon they carnme upon a large elm tree, dead at the top, and hollow, which bore eridlenb marks of having been often ascended by a bear. Ke-wassa assorted that he had just seen a bear disappearing from sight in the hole at the top, as they camre up. " I know him thlart" he declared, " but how we get him? How we get him ?" " ...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MY GREAT COAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 4 May 1894

rIY Gl ELAT COAT. 'S AT whiter, the day after Christ...., just to I was leaving home, a blizzard struck Eastern I'ennyslvana. I had an idea that it struck me, and was liable to do it again, so I bought a storm coat which represented abont three-fifths of the wool clip of the United States for 1890. 'Thile sun came out the next day, and spring Pet in the following week, and, hoping against hope, I dragged that coat about the country with me, paying extra baggage on it when I carried it on my arm, and suffering the agonies of the smothered when I put it on my back. I thought it would kill me. I don't know why it didn't. It had me down many a time, and when it got the under hold on me I let right go every time; but, some how or other, it spared me, and ,when I caine homie, after vainly trying to leave it in two trains and a Kanawha river steam boat, it followed me. We stowetd it away in a box lined with tar paper, and lot it hibernate for a few weeks, when a friend happened to hear us ...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FEATS OF MUSCULAR [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 4 May 1894

FEATS OP MLUSVIHL.R I Xi;'lix A.N.vY w"n?i'tsu: sto-? i. hare} ...en rhi tod e to the feats of bodily 5ttengt; ,efornw"! 1, individuals both il luaniet and ,Iltt-n days. The ietl of Milo, the I:re'.. who felled an os with his ftit, and attorrt.tr's cat tied it on hin shoull cr., :l'n Ihe:.t:a crdlible by the execution of si:?*.lr feat.. in titnes coumlpalratively recent; anlid hit lat strenlgtlh was per;lltps even sulrp.s .-ed by Ihat of Francis of W\ivonite, a court.ter of Francis I., who is recorded to have caught a vllargiug bull by the horns and stopped him. More nearly akin, however, to the feat of Milo was that mentioned by Froissart. of Ernaultotn, of Spain, in the fotur teenth century. It is related of tihis hero tlhat, one j bitterly cold Christmall Day, lheobserved the hall of the Count tle F"oix's Cistle was but inditterently warmecdI and lookinggdown into the courtyard l e espied sotee asses ladenl with wood which had just arrived for tihe service of the houtseo. lie soo...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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THE LOVE OF [?] [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 4 May 1894

T'Hs lore story tf Marira .1 a.,ortaona, II., ,nirud dannhter of the 12mpere. of l.: 1 is allie thit will :hltro ill I,,vetr. Iler father Ihl l rtlar'ld for her f Irilliant, match, but she uttuesed that he, lhve wans ,i v,'n to ia tranlger. I " \\'ere shall I find hilll ?," cried the (.ttl. Sahnping his foot. "' t'o-nmrrow, at the review, the r.eplied, trembhnll ly. " And recognize himt?" he quelied. " By his gTeen plume and b:ack steed." 'Ti, well. Go, my dat.lgiter, atdi pray t for the repoue of his ouul. On the followiog day the Czar's tierce eye soughtl for the manl who had stolen hi.t ioughhter's heart, and recog? :sed anl hum,:. colontel of the Bavatrian Light {Horsce. This was the Duke of I.a:tchltenbuiot a yotnnrest child n f the Son of ? toeplhine .. i a:tiratable cavalier, but as far infteror t'i ,e to M1arie Nicolaetv'oa as a comlon t olulier t an emlpelror. " Is it possible 1" eaitl the Czar to hiusell .iI as lie sent for the colotel, with trhe Ideign ofl dismissing himi...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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[?]STLY MATCHMAKER. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 4 May 1894

AetrrtOSTLr l7AT'fIII 1 (AKEPl. |IN)LY allow mo to introdsuc3 .tysolf. Of course, you will imagine that the somewhlat commonplace person who calls himself the author of thisatory is addresosing you. Nothing of the sort. I have rented him for the occasion, although I am senosiblo he makes but a poor vehicle for the trans- 1 mission of ghostly thoughts and ideas. Still, as it was necessary to materialise myself for this occasion, and he happened to be to let, I closed with him at once, on the condition a that he should have a vacation in' space until midnight. This arrangement will enable me to briefly tell you how I, a disembodied ghost-not that I ever heard-of any other kind of ghost -anm speaking to you with the voice of a living man-at least he thinks himself a masn. I want to tell how I visited Aunt 1 Mlatilda aid had it out with her. I admit that the proceeding was rude, but I really I couldn't help myself. Any ghost with a shadow of shadowy self-respect would have treated her i...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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FARMER Wasted Fertility. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 4 May 1894

F'ARMER! Wasted Fertility. !Mr. Hugh T. Brooks says in tile N;Žw Fuor 7riunue that the enormous crops taken Irco the land every year rob the soil of indie. peesablo elementse; that stlcliity will follow if these elements are not restored everybody ought to know. They abound in all vegu.'abl, matter--o offal and excrements, in tire night. roll and other mntorials that constitute tihe sewage of cities. If these are seavd and ap plied, the earth will yield fruits with con atantly increasing abundance; but if, as at present, the larger share of there indispen. sable elemrets flow in sowers to the seas, or are wasted in other ways, can their place be supplied from any other source ? Citice are rapidly multiplying and enlarging; their drafts on the roll are immnsen ned increas ing; if they persist in poi0oning the fish in stead of feeding the land they wi!l inevitably be reduced to short rations. tDr. J. IB. Lawe., an acknowledged authority in eoienrtitle and practical agriculture, suppos...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A POPULAR WEDDING. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 4 May 1894

A POPULAR WEDDING " Happy is the bride that thie sun shines on " is an old and well-woril saying ; and, if there be any truth inl it, those who assembled ti All Saints' Clhrcih on Wednesday it orning last to witness tl:e marriage ceremo:ny to be performed therein, ailnd to bestow their good wishes on bride and brilegroom, must have felt that the welfare and prosperity of the happy couple were assured. A more beautiful morninlg could scarcely have. been asked from the powers above that rule the weather. The occasion of the gathering was the wedding between Mr Alfred Green, of lRomsey, and Miss Iarriett Maskell, eldest daughter of Mr George Maskell, of Tatura. The young lady has been for a long time a member of All Saints' congregation, and had at one tinme been a singer in the choir; so that it is needless to say a crowded assemtblage of adherents of the church, as well as of other townspeople and visitors, was present. The church was very tastefully decorated, for willing hands had ...

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"James and John." [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 4 May 1894

'Jatmlcs a'nd Jo?it. The other day a num!.er Jf passengers sat in the waiting rnnt of the Detroit, Grand liaven cni ltijianuk. ' t l.iaco l-icput, ant side by side wats n Iool.Y all man with a shiny bald heand nnl hIns lft hand in a sling, ntd a tall, long.n.:,i-tr.l man who had hbne. v!enre wr!tten all over his hatchet face. After lookin anround for acrlhile, the tall man drew a book from his pocket and began to read aloud: " James anlt John swere two brothers who thought everything of c.clh other. Whereves James went John wanted to go, and vice versa. One day their mot her sent them-" "Oh I bosh I" exclaimed the dumpy man " What's that, sir I" - " I said Iosh I If you are going to read, read to yourself I Nobody wants to bear any such trash as tlhat I" "They don't, h? I'll reand anyway I like. and I don't keer who listens or who don't. And he continued: "One day their mother sent them to the village store to buy some sltgar and tea. It was a mile or so from the house, and the sun ...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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AN AUSTRALIAN STORY. [COPYRIGHT.] WHO IS HE? OR The Indian Mahatma in Australia. AN AUSTRALIAN STORY OF THE Natural & Supernatural, CHAPTER XI—(CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 4 May 1894

AN AUSTRALIAN STO ICOPrttRIOHT.] WHO IS HE ? Oil The Indian Mahatma in Australia. AN AUSTRALIAN STORY orT nE Natural & Supernatural, oY ENNETtH JII.III LTON 1V.D., F.R.C.S. CHAPTER XI-(Cosrrxzurs? .) "Tell you what, HIamilton; we'll write a joint letter dcscribing this thing as aI dream, tell these fellows what direction to look in, pnd see if we can get any confirmation of this mysterious business. I feel-well, as if "I must see if Mrs. Barton has really taken such a journey. If s'o has--why then it's a proof positiv that there are laws to which our own bodies and spirite are subject, and concerning which we know absolutely no thing, for it must be in obedience to a natural law that thoe pirit can travel away to a distance like that and r:tturn to the body ,without injury to that dwelling place itt will. 'Tis innrellous, sir, that is what it is!" " All right, Clarke; don't get so excited, old man. We will writo and aseertain if we can. Donot think," Ihe added tome, "I doubt...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHORT STORY. MY ADOPTED SON. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 4 May 1894

SHORT STORY. MY ADOPTED SON. DY EDWIN NORMAN ANY years agoI was - known as the village doctor, and, I may i add, without a rival n tihe village or near it. The name of the charmed spot, for obvious reasons, I must withhold. I am nowan independent gen. tleman of small means, in the some che.rming little vil lage in which I first started the professional emublem of bueiness-n large, red glass loamp, with oil and cotton wick. As this emoking aplaratus was only a night advertisemient, or, as I termed it, a night watchman, I soon found a gatekeeper to do day duty-n large brass plate, on which was engraved " Dr. Mlit chel, Surgeon, Accouchement, .':c." One cold December night, just as I was thinking of rolling into a nice warm bed and tucking myself snugly betwreen the blankets for a good innioge in the land of dreams, I had to obey a summons to a farmhouse ; it was an acnouehment case some five miles dies tent. A pleasant reflection, with five miles' perspEctive and an unknown number of ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 4 May 1894

DO YOU SUFFER from LIVER. COMPLAINT,. INDIGESTION, CONSTIPATION, HEARTBURN, FLATULENCE, Or any symptoms of a disordered di gestive apparatus? If so, there is no ieisedy in the world so safe and sure to give relief as Fletcher's Pills and Clem hets Tonic. Don't be misled into wast ng' fimo and money on any of the "All-. foiling" nostrums so 'speciously adver tised by designing quacks and dishonest rogues. Remember, these two remedies have stood the 'test'eof time, that their nirits are proved, and that a few shill ings invested on themo may save you wee!ks and !onths of suffering, and, per haps, pounds of expense, for they have ddtie so in hundreds of cases, and we will send you evidence to prove our assertions on receipt of your name;nnd address. Remember, delay is dangerous, and that every hour you neglect your case the complication increases and a cure becomes more difficult. . Shun the choap 'quack doctors and designing nostrum compounders; stick to the remsedies Clements Tonic a...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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RODNEY SHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY, APRIL 30, 1894. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 4 May 1894

RODNEY SHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY, APRIL 30, 1894. e, Preset--Crs Young (president) Hogan, S Lancaster, Archibald, V. N. Wilson, ~ \'dalsie, McCarten, Harper and Allanu.. Ir From Shire of Euroa, giving par re .ticulars as to the working of a pInt on the Goulburnt River, between Arcaidia and Rodney- Shire. A good deal of con t versation ensued over this letter.-Cr Ht arper stated that when the river was low, the punt was useless; and at high rtide it was dangerous.-The engineer was ordered to inspect anld report to next meeting. Fromn Public Ilealth I)epartuent, ie L3 kntowledgiing receipt of letter, forwarding of health ollicer's report.-Noted. . From Country Fire Brigades' Board, u stating that contributions for the year i will be £32 Os 9(1, or £8 Os 2d per e quarter.-Noted. From LcChung, Tatura, applying for t ) permission to puLt iin a culvert taross s the road alongside his garden, to procure the water.-The secretary stated that of LeChung had been sunmmoned for open ing this road a...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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THE LADY OF THE CHRISTMAS CARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 4 May 1894

THiE LADY OF THE OIIRISTMAS CA Nll). OLT would perhlaps like to know ..S,, . re amon the heap of Christmas cards t.';4 lie prItm Mr. andi Mir. Galbraith's table between the dale.s of ])ecembehr-2l0thld 30th, lterle is always one that tihe aforementionedl Fe:itleman mthinks tit to abstract from the pronlis-cuuillsnees lof its etolerge. If, as is no-t often tile care, Ire is th.e first down in the meornillg-whether it, be a nmrnling:light with M.ay blossoms or mrercly with the reflec tion fltoan Christmas snows-tie abstracted card (distinguisheable through its thick envelope by the pleculiar fashlron of tie a?ldress--lr dlash amlt it "Galbraith, Esq." no Chtrietian name or other indication) is slipped into a sidle-lpocket until its recipient is "alne, alone-tall, all alone " in tihat solitude I heroein, to arapllhrase the words of Byron, Ire is "least allne"-to wit, the soeitude of tile notllkill-rooUm. To oner versed in the Ilrralgutge of symbols, the abstracted card repeats tile rni...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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Accused by a Clock. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 4 May 1894

Accused by a Clock. It was m nificeer.t, in it- c'rvr.l e','nr;t. rotcd caee., N t. c:,,;. Lt: I?e..u...IL J t',L, w.:1, with its, p.ndltlut of brass, brightt ao gold, pawesing and repoasing -before the opening covered with a disk of glao'. All who caught eight of it through l'ierrct's (tih olookmaker's) window stopped to gaze at it, and formed little knots about his door. Pierret, the nlockmaker, was still a young man, in his thirtits; but, neooverthaeles, he was inclined to sadness, and not atall talka tive. oe had known a great sorrow. Seven years before, while he was serving in the army, his father had been murdered-in this very shop, now occupied by him. Who was the assassin ? On whom could be avenge the old man, who had never done harm to anybody, and who had been so kind to him? Justice had failed to lay hand on the murderer and robber, who had carried off ten thousand francs, saved eou by son by the fatlbenfor his son. All researches had been fruitless. Pierret had floished ...

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LADIES. Widows The Autocrats of Society. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 11 May 1894

LADIES. Wifdows 'The Astocrnats of o8 it is undeniable that widows are the auto orate of eoolety, and men flock abodt thbm. No one has ever denied their fidscietibs, and Weller'e advice to his son, if he wilhid to avoid matrimoety,to " berars of vidders," has been quoted thouesads of times. In many ways the widbi hhs the advan tage of her younger sestlrs. 8he has the benefit of a large knowledge and experience of the world, her arts and coquetries are perfocted, not in the experimental and unde voloped state of the debutantes, and, above all, she has the inestimable advantage of knowlhg men with the courate and intimate knowledge gained by aesooiation with one who was probably a fair reprerontative of his sex. ahe tnows how to give little din ners that makh the most hardened beahelor think indulgently of the marriage state. She knows that man likes his ease, and does not insist on hisl d.nning in perpetual attandance on her. Shie dare not insist on a man's talking about balls and th...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 11 May 1894

Oure for Rheumatism. I hope people are enjoying the present weather. Everybody I know is either suffer. ing an unbecoming martyrdom from cold in the head, or some form of bronchitis or rheumatism, or some kindred misery. It is rather amusing, however, to notice that there is scarcely a person whose name is illustrious enough to figure in the "Alma. nach de Goths," and who is old enough to appreciate the desirability of being in the fashion, who does not declare himself or her. self a martyr to rheumatism. It is at pre. sent, par excellence, the fashionable com plaint among hinge and queens. Perhaps they sit on damp thrones. The latest royal victim, however, as it suddenly occurs to me, hasn't a throne to sit on. I refer to the ex Queen Isabella of Spain, who has gone for teo benefit of the waters to Wiesbaden, as she has, like the rest, become a sufferer from rheumatics. These remarks must be con sidered as prefatoiy to a curious prescription which I heard, years ago, from an Irish ...

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