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NORTH-EASTERN AND GOUL-BURN VALLEY AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL ASSOCIATION. SATURDAY, 5th MARCH, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 11 March 1887
NORTR-EASTERN AND GOL BURN VALIcY AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL ASSOCIATION. SATURDAY, 5th MAincu, 1887. Present--Mr. W. Cross (Presidditt), and Messrs. 3arron, D. S- Menzii, Down, Chestnut, Strawhorn, Johnson; Robinson, D. Menzies, Alexaiider, Manning, and Monoritff. .1?. Chestnut apoligired for. Mi:. Williamins, on ccodnt of illness in hid family. The minutes of the 1p4 i@us meeting *ere read and confirmed. coanRaBPODEN6di. From Mr.. Ra'ndall, stating that he should have pleasure to act on the Conm m ittee.-.Reeived.? From Mr. A Strmwhoin, sattig that it would cost as ihucli asi:tle suit of clothes was worth, to go to Melbourne to get measured for them, and: he would be willing to take £5 as. for lis prize in: stead. r . " Mr.. Johnson moved-" That "Mr.. Strawho'n be presenteL ivitli £8 in liei of the esit of: clothe s." Seconded by Mr. Down. ahd carried. .Froin MiP. J.,D. Love, acknowledging the receipt' ofchequp for £10 for services rendered, tio he~- Sciety, n?ii?lenclioing.+? cheq...
THE CHAMPION MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 11 March 1887
THfE OHIAMp]ON MEETfiG) The annnul ni.m ting of the VVicbtria Racing- COb.wag .brought 'to.a conicle Ssion at Flemiianton on Satirday afteri noon, when delpito 'the 'fact that. the Sweather was:of an'oppressive kind much : more characteriastic 'o midsummer than Smid-autumn,-l there .was .a large atten-, dance of visitors in tlle different. enclos ures.. The "Governois of New South. * Wales anti Victoria,: adcompalied by/,. "'pirty: of friends, were ..ilmongst., those present. .The ,racing. wasnof'a more ':..interestingfdescription- tlhn .that of the S'two'preceeding days. of' the. meeting, 'and two events-the first inid- also the last :on tlie..progranme-eahli resulted in-a dead heat. The Chnmpiohi Stakes, .in'which the interest of the turf' jatrons S'6EAinstralssia should have been ce6ftred, "attracted but little attention, froii the ::ecircuilstianie that only, three horses Sivere 'to 'ontest it, the result being a foregfThi.s"oncluioion. No accident, or even 'incidelnt of any kin...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 11 March 1887
Trade. "Ad'drses8 8 Oppposite the.Railway Station, Tatura, I " HE Proprietor begs tp intimate to'the Farmers and iResidenitsof the ditriet. l that he has opened his large and well furnislied, hotel, containing .no ess than 32 fl009S, naffording flirst-class and ample actonmiodattion to all classes Best Commercial :Robmin the District ' LIQUORS OF iTHE BEEST BliRANDIS ONLY KEPT. SUPERIOR BILLIARD i.BTA-BLE (ALCOCK').)' ViniA.LS. A.T' r.LL -LOU1RS. The only first-class.:Accomii dationiTor 'Ciiiniercia Travellers S. ? l.?iiTatura,'; .. CITA.RESi STRIC:RY 1EODnEIAT. GOOD: STABLING, AND AN,. ATTENTIVL.. ROOM:, 3, I. IL iv 'iONt, Proprietor HOGAN'S:. ,COMMERCIAL HOTEL, = '; " : T:. A . ; _ T -U . -: . : T ? IhOMAS 1iOGAN begs to intimanteto the sui rouindliig inhialnitnits and public genierally that'Superior Acconimmodatioiin ind Moderatc hlbarges are I he speciality of this first2elaas hotel " A iiilqgrs. of the HBeat Jlrausdsla msis rrurent Qma;lity: oldlyli BILLIARDS ! B, ILLIARIDS ! I...
A WOMAN FROM AUSTRIA. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 18 March 1887
A' WOMAN FROM AUST?TIA: INear the village of Zillingdorf, in ?Lower'Austria, lives Maria. Hasas, an I intelligent and industrious wnman,'whose story of physical uffrering and final re lief, as related by herself, is of ;interest to English women. '"I was employed," a she says, " in the work of a larce farm house. Overwork brought on sick head , ache, followed b1y adeathly fainting and I sickness of the stomach, until I was I unable to retain either food or'drink. I was compelled to take to my bed for I several weeks. Getting a little better from rest' and gclet, I sought to do seme work, but was soon taken with 6' pain'in my side, which in a little while seemed to spread over my whole body, and throbbed in my every limb. This was friends told me that my time had nearly come and that I could not live longer than whenthe trees put, on their green. once more., Then I happened to'get one of,the. eigel pamphlets. I read it, and my dear mother bought me a, bottle, of Seigel's Syrup, which...
LADY CHORISTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 18 March 1887
LADY OBC lIISTERS. Bishnp Barry, when he reaches Eng landi will be able to advocate a reform that will rather startle the mother country. It is evident from his pub lished statements that. lie approves of the innovation recently made inl St. Paul's Church, where thl lady members' of the choir ire permitted to wear the surplice. The outside public, the host of Gallios iyho. care nothing for the fornis'of reverence, may'think that this is a small matter, and that it is of no moment whether the'singers who lead the praises of the congregation are habited in trencher'caps or in'more os tentatious bonnets. Nevertheless, the change is of some importance to the church.. No -:choir can be complete -without, female voices, no anthem even tolerably rendered in their absence. In .England, :-whvio" .tlhe,,-eathedrals are riahlf endowed; andriasni dsintairi and educate boys, the old system may work without a hitch -though even there the music can hardly be given with the effect with which it wou...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 18 March 1887
f0overnment Advertisetaeny V ICTORIAN RAILWAYB. CHEAP EXCUIBIONS. First and second class return tickets (the former to a limited extent) available by the specials only going, and for return by all ordinary trains for 21 (lays (dayof excursion and return included), will be isased as under, and the trains will run on the dates specifed. The second class return adult fares are quoted after certain principal station, and proportionate rates will be charged to or from the others (as the case may be). The drestclass fares are double the rates for second class; children under 15 years will be charged about half fare. For farther par ticulars see handbills exhibited at stations. GOUI.BURN VALLEY and TATURA tINES.-Tuesday, 29th rMarch, from Mel bourne to 1langi(lore and anil stations thence to Nu'nut ib and Tatura inclusive. Wednes day, 80th March, to Melbourne from Taturn. Numurknh and all stations thence to Manga. lore inclusive. Fares Between Melbourne and Nagambie, es. fdll. Murchison, 6...
UNITED ECHUCA AND WARANGA WATER TRUST. COROP, THURSDAY, 8th MARCH, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 18 March 1887
!UNITED EClHUA ?AND WARANGA sWATER .RU8T. nCoRno, T avsao.x,'Sth 'MARCH, 1887. (From the Ru.hwor*h Cronicle.) SPresent--aCome. Murphy (Chairman), I ?arphy, Cnasen, Wigg, Healey, 'and. Webb.; Mr. W. 8. Murray, Engineer'; J. A.-Carey, Secretary:; Messrs Peebiea .and M'ElgunnClerka of Works. The minutes of the previous meeting were readand .confirmed. S tCOBRnPONDENO. . From Mr. A. A. Manning, Tltura, requesting that an occupation brid4g be 'budlt on his holding, or that he. be Sallowed the price of one.-Compensation to be allowed,in 'aeeordaicie with the re .comiendation.of the Engineer. . . S'From Mr. Pat Guinan, Kyabram, re questing that'the water be sent down the channel, passing through his section, as a.peedily as possible.-Received. '.;'rom the' Department.. of Water i fpplly1.askingfoer. a return :of the .x-, aiting waterworks within the Trust's, .district.-To'be supplied. From' Mr. .Joseph MaidmentToo .lanba;:agsin .calling attention to the damage.done .him by the breaking awa...
FLOUR MILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 18 March 1887
FLOUR MILLS. A meeting 'convened by Mr. Forge, J;P, was held on Saturday evening at. Mr: M'Carten's hotel for the purpose of'eonsidering theadvisability of forming a company to erect a flour'mill at Kys bram. The room was full of those interested, and was presided over by Mr. A. Allan, J;P. Mr. Forge, who habl convened the meeting at the request of several farmer. and others, stated briefly the wants of the district as to inconvenience the public generally were put to throughl not having a flour mill in or near the township. He said be had procured the services of a gentleman from Echuca who was well versed in all brancheb connected with the gristing 'businees. He then introduced to the meeting Mr. Bowen, who was received with cheers, said that he had been some tiiq in the distriot, and from the quantity qf grain produced within a radius of lt tous it certainly could not be beaten. The ide of establishing a flour mill at i~t'eir own door was hgbly commendable. If they had a siding c...
New Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 18 March 1887
Iew Tiame Table. 'Trains leave Tatura 6.40 a.m. and 4.20 p.m.; arriveaat 11.66 p.m. and 8.26 p.m. Nortl-Eastern train leaves Mel bourne 6.40 a.m. and 2.55 p.m.; arrives in Melbourne ab 11.16 san. express from Seymnour, 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 Sor Melbourne 8.88 a.m. and 7.58 p.m.
PRESBYTERIAN BAZAAR. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 18 March 1887
PRESBYTERIAN BAZAAR. The above bazaar was to have been opened on Wednesday the 9th inst., and although the committee had everything in readiness, they postponed the opening through the sad loss that two of our worthy 'itizens.had received on that day, and, ab We predicted, their sympathy has been followeIl by £ a. d. The bazaar was opened on Thursday with one of the grandest display of both useful, valhkble, and ornamental articles that has ever been placed before a Tatura public. We have not been informed who were selectors of the various articles, but will join with those who were present and accord them a vote of tha'nks for the able manner in which they performed their ardious task. The selections were admirable, On thestalls on theeast side, which were presided over by Mesdames Ross and Irvin. and Misses M. and B. Ross and Miss Burton, the articles displayed were enough to bring the dimes out of the most careful of Scotchmen. Special mention is worthy of record to the spendid m...
TEMPORARY PLATFORM. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 18 March 1887
T.ElPoIuAl T PILAITFOIM. After the disposal of the above tle question of urging the erection of a temporary platform was then di. cussed at some length. On the motion for Mr. Goddard. it was decided that the secretary, Mr. Patterson, communicate with the Railway Commissioners asking them to erect a temporary goods plat form at Kyabrnm station, and to point out to the Commissimners that now that the rails were laid, and the eontractor' enginle ran into the station yard, a temporary platform, where grain, &c., could be loaded and removed, would be a great booq, and urging that they liha the sae o stmrctal st oc -Csrrise.
THE CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 18 March 1887
THE CONCERT.. The ball was filled to overflowiing by in appreciative 'and musical' audience. ThFe concert was opened by in overture from Messrs. Wiedgery and Brooks-- violin ind piano-which was well re .received. Mr. Heather opened the vocal portion of the evening, and sang in a creditable manner. Mr. Marks sang a cnmio.ong "Your pocket is your beat friend," in his Usual style, and received' a special mark of applause. Mr Wilson, who has a fine baratone voice, sang the good and sweet old song oef " Dear Little Shamrock,". acquitted himself very retditably. The solo, by Miss Gemmell, " We parted by the Rliver," was sang in a very pleasing style, and was worthy of the applause received. A comic song by Mr. Thompson, "Nobody knows," was received with load applause. Solo, by Mr. Rohner, was sung in a very creditable mannet Song and dance by Mr. Brooke, in eraracter, was well received. Mr. Brown gave a comic song "Passes all," the facial and grotlagae perfonrmances was hihlyamusing. The ...
AFTER SEVERAL YEARS. "Stoke Ferry, January 9th, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 18 March 1887
APTERýSEVERAL 1EARR. "Stoke Ferry, January 9th, ]884. " Gentlemen,-I have used Seiel's Syrup for several years, and have found it a most etflliedious remedy for Liver compllints and general debility, and I always kecp some by me, and cannot speak too hi ly in its praise.-I re niain, yours truly, " Harriet King."
TATURA POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, 15TH MARCH. (Before Messrs. S. Lancaster, J. D. Love, and C. Forge, J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 18 March 1887
TATURA uOlCR COURT. TotsraY, 15rn Macce. (Before Mesers. 8. Laneaster, J. D. Love, and O. Forge, J's.P.) Frederick Scales, a Queensland aboriginal, was charged by Constable Keigan with using obscene language at Kyabram on Saturday evening. Con stable Keoigan deposed that the accused was intoxicated, and in front of Ryan'a hotel, and because he was refused drink he made use of profane expressions. The prisoner was a very industr;ous man, and this was his first offence. The Bencbhaidtthat it was his first appear once, and, sa he were sorry for the expressions, they would deal leniently with him. He was fined 10s. or 24 hours. Mary Prico wss cherged by Constable Keegan with having no Iawful means of support. Constable Keigan deposed that the prisoner had been in Kyabram for the past three months, and was the keeper of a very questionale tent. He, in company with Constble Lynch, had visited the tent through complaints Trom neighbours and found five men in the tent on one oceasion. They ...
AFTER MANY YEARS. "Whittle-le-Woods. near Chorley, "December 26th, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 18 March 1887
AFTER MANY YEAIRR. "'Whittlre-leWoond. nenr Chorley, De " Dcember 20th, 1883. Dear Sir,-Mother Seigel'e medicine sells'eeceelding well witl, u?, all that try it splenk highly in its favour. We had, a case of ,a young lady that ihad hirerI trouble many years with pain after eating. She ytells us that the pains were entirely taken away after a few doses of 'your medicine.--Yours truly, " E. Peel."
KYABRAM. MUNICIPAL YARDS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 18 March 1887
KYABRA[. MUNICIPAL YARDS. A meeting of farmers and others was held in the Temperance Hotel on Satur day evening, with a view of obtaining the Rodney Shire Council's sanction to the formation of corporation cattle yards at Kyabram. A. Allan, Esq.; J.P., was voted to the chair. There were shoot 100 persons present. Mr. Patterson read replies from the various auctioneers who bad yards in the township. They all were favourable to the establishment of a corporation yards, and Messrs. Trethowan and Stewart stated that they would dispose of their yards on favourable terms. Mr. M'Carten stated that when Mr. Archibald and himself waited on the Rodney Shire Council at their last meeting, they were asked to ascertain from the proprietors of the present yards what price they would take, terms, &c., and wait on them again, and they would re consider the matter at their next meeting. He felt confident tnat the Ceuncil would grant the yards if this meeting could show that the interest on t...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PRODUCE REPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 18 March 1887
-: 4IfT ERICIAL INTELLfdENCeE _P '~ RODUCE REPORTS .? ji.ii.lai buyers report that during the .: " rtofthe week veryittle grain came : ii d ?xa o uent on the bad state ot the 'n Ga `Wednesdqt uan Thnrsmly a S aimount f est 'forward oft good . '.. Thec?lapssgpicesor wheat'being !" . "I. d to s C?d:; berley, from as Sd to oats, s 1d4 to 2s 8d:; bran and SI. ls; flor, 48 10s. r. I:. RidIly reports 'that he In buying I good a? mlles at :s Id.; flour, p .; pollard and bran, Is. : r,tlowing are the esperts dross the P stafion: Vhelt 2IOR Itarley 610. 142 Total .2860 N ational ortgagean Aagency Corn F. . >nlmtd..) report having -ol privately week ending 12th archt, 1887, 8788 * nro?'lce,vis. :-Wheat, 8e ;14 to an S fnur, '8l10O to 9 ; oats, cape, 2S 2d I-' ; eed;,'s Cd to 2s 9i ; milling. 3 ; t;y'" " eed, e s'lOd to :s; matting up to _ T- t pease;s,9'tA to 8sO0 ; bran; 10d to o:l 1 * : Plard,'Sd'to 10d ; Ryeugrass, 4s to coceefoot,'44 to Sd ; hop, lld to '4': Ttal sales since 'let Janua...
MR. WYATT'S APPOINTMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 18 March 1887
Ia. WYATT'S APPOUP1rMENTS. (Ciu t will be:heldau:~fllow a during rth ..ulf-year ending.B0th Juno.: 'linrcibtou '8Oth, :Iiurbworth, 311t 'Irnatuf, lit and 29th ' hurabison, 27th f,7 shworth, 28th MAY. MUrchilou, 28th !tunhwortb, 28tº tR tna, 27th -lan lTurch1mon, I22nd I:fhworth. 23rd 'I atuma, 24th
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 18 March 1887
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SHEEP-SHEARING CONTEST. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 18 March 1887
SHEEP-SHEARING CONTEST. The contest of Mr. F. Y. Wolseley's sheep.shearing as against a skilled shearqr was continued at Messrs. R. (oldsborough and Co.'s wool warehouse on Friday. It was understood that fair shearing, sheep were to be procured and unskilled men-employed with the shears and with the machine. This ar rangement, however, was not adhered to, and a skilled shearer named W. H. Heatley was pitted against the Arab working the.n mchine. Heatley shore five sheep in 45min. 30s. The work was very. well, done, and though each sheep had a niumber of small snips in the skin none of theni were badly cut. The Arab did not get on well with the ma chine ;: hehad' several stoppages, and hisawork was not so satisfactory as on previous occasions. It took him 02min. 27seca. to get through his five sheep. The sheep operated on "were in better condition than those shorri on Thursday, and certairily their fleeces were not so sandy.' Owing to the shoitness 'of the wool, they were 'not good s...