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The Ruling Passion at this Season. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 18 May 1894

The Ruling Passion at this Season. There had been a rulaway. A pair of horses were down, a carriage smashed to pieces, and the driver and a lady lay groan. oing on the grass with their hurts. Tho street oar stopped and many got off to render aid. Among those who stood on the rear plat. form were two ladies, one of whom held up her hands in horror and exclaimed: " aeroy on me I but what an awful, awful affairl It is dreadful. But huw long did you say you boiled your grrtp-jelly, Mors Smith 1" The plumber came down like a wolf on the told, And his pookets were laden with solder and gold; Nine hours and a hall hle omdo love to the cook, And thirty.aiz ehlllings was charged on hie book. Parting is puch a s-cet sorrow I" at. claimled tooe loude whose '.,ir had a chronio aversion to oeipeating il thIe mliddle,. usly): "Vhatshoes hare an adjoininu room

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SALE OF CROWN LANDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 18 May 1894

SALE OF CROWN LANDS. The Government Auctioneer (Mr M. Cussen) held a sale of town lots on Tuesday afternoon at the court house. After reading the conditions the follow ing lots were offered : Lot 1--MrKD. Heaphy, £12. ,, 2-Mr Alfred Morgan, £8. ,, 3-Mr James Wilson, £9. ,, 4-Mr Ja ~3 Wilson, £10. ,, 5-Mrs Catherine M'Cann £10 10s. ,, 6-Mr Martin Miller, £11 10s. ,, 7-Mr Duncan M'Coll, £9. ,, 8--.r C. W. Wilson, £9. ,, 9--No offer. 1",, -Mr Martin Miller, £8. The fore oing lots cor ained 2 roods each, the usne' price in each case being £8 per allotment. Lo' 11-An allotment, comprising 2 rceds, in Kerferd street, at present in the occupation of Mr A. Campbell, there was a valuation of £25 on it. The blds rose up to £830, -when it was knocked down to Mr A. Campbell for £80. This bid was disputed by Mr Bartlett, when the lot was put up again, and the Spl;ce mounted up £1 at a- time t9 £58 10s,; Mr "Campbell becoming the pur chaser attthat figure. The bidding was confined to the two peop...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 18 May 1894

THE ELECTIONS. Any stranger passing through tile district on Monday last would never have thought that an election for the im portant positions of commissioners for tile Rodney Irrigation Trust was being carried on. There were seven candidates for four vacancies. Tihe three retiring councillors were returned. Mr M'Iver, the newly elected commissioner, occupied the proud position of being second on the poll, only 76 votes behind Mr Morrissey, the most popular man in the district. There is no doubt that some of Mr Morrissey's staunch admirers did not give that gentleman their absolute support, front the belief, no doubt, that lihe was perfectly safe; but this is a mistaken idea, and we can mention a case where a candidate was beaten by this means, much to the chagrin of his supporters. A small howl was raised by some would-be person of importance at the proposed action of the commis sioners in doing, away with the North Murchison polling booth to save expense. The commissioners had no...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
POSITION OF CLUBS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 18 May 1894

POSITION OF CLUBS. CLUB. w q F F Ramblc ... 1 1 - - 4 4 Sepparton ... 1 1 - - 4 4 Undera ... 1 1 - - 4 4 Mooroop ..a. 1 - 1 - 4 - Tatura ... 1 - 1 - 4 - Kyabram ... 1 - 1 - 4 -

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
General Gatherings. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 18 May 1894

Ge-neral Gathlerings. i. Fasquharson, M.P., declares that mn does not destroy the tissue and organs alcohol. .ol.tv 20,000 visitors paid for admission Shakespearo's birthplace last year, 30 onalities being reproeseouted. P. T. Ilanuar, in the last lotter ha over wrote, said that ho never smoked or drank intoxicating liquors, and to this ho attrib. uted his long lifet Tusna are said to bea 598 newspapers and journals issued within a radius of six miles rom Ohbaring Cross. IT is said that the natives of Alaska spend so much of their Lime in boats that their logs are crooked and weak. A stow hotel now being erected at the corner of Fifth Avenne and Fofty.ninth. street, New York, will be the loftiest hotel in the world. The building will have seventeen stories, and will be 225 feet high. IT is said Wisconsin is to have a taw which provides that when a husband disap. pearse and is not heard of for three years by his wife, ahe is divorced without further formality of law upon the proof of...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Wives of Gifted Men. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 18 May 1894

WIvea of Gifted Mlen. Longfellow was happy in both his mar. riages, although the tragic death of his second wife--she was burned before his eycs -saddened his later years. Young Sir WValter Scott fell in love with a maiden ol great beauty who finally jilted him for an. other. Soon after her marriage he wedded Mies Carpenter, the daughter of a French royalist who had died early in tle itevolu tiou. She made, on the whole, a very good wife, only one to be protected by Scott from every care, and not one to share his deeper anxieties, or to participato in his dreams, Ilut she had a kind and true heart. Teo days before her death, Scott entered in hie diary: " Still welcoming me willt a enile, and assorting she is better." Tenntyios'sd married life has been prosaically lhlppy, gladdened by children " crazy with laugster and babble and earth's new wine." ll1 don married a hair.drcsser's daughter, who h1id a dismal, mischievous, sullen nature. a vir.veot ous tongue, and a savage temptr. Si ...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LADIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 18 May 1894

LADIES. Rtecd bIow thou livcot. Di not r ct bly day Which fiooi tohe uiiht ohtil drive tmy peaaeo awntay. Iu mcittha of ccc to litVc that monthe of rain.lrelri Fihcll iill bo htItpl y. Ecconioto rr.iin E7i i1 eud ch'.11Ih gut 1,e f hhtII tin re, bh p notlcr cud a hI.lg)iOr Wit for ti . --Ji,u (). 'V trrTTu.

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Head Towards the North. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 18 May 1894

Ilca:td 'uIotra;rds t!e Norh!i. There is no du?1t in my min4, writes a doctor, that le tc hl?f that hu:man beingr should sleep with their bnoice lying ntotth and anlou' ho itt foundi?'ion in tIrue ecinentili ftels. b?h ht mrin Pyl .:nl lan Ieap:ctioe polec -o:e i.rehvie atrt l d.l or i gta:ivr. Nolw, it is trlo tlhot molne prrrlolne i"v iih poHLtive lole in the head ind the nevtieo hole ill the feet, and vi-et rsao. Junerir LLot the perlon ile?pinlg chliuld be in prtlhet harli.orny with hie magnetic phicnlometnn of the earth, the head.ii it pisetsns the positiv.' polo, the head should lie to Lhe northi. The positive iolo ehou!d always lio cpnojito to the nagnejio centre of the con inent, a,:d thus maintsin a magnetic equilibrium. The positive polo of the person drawn one away, but the magnetic polo of the earth drawno the other way, and forces the blood towards the feet, iffei ts the iron in the nyEtom, tonco up the ncrven, and makes sleep tclresehinl and invigorating. Ui?t if the p...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE KYABRAM UNION. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1894. LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 18 May 1894

THE KY ABRAM UNION. PUBLISHED EvaEY FRIDAY MORNING. -0--- FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1894; LOCAL ITEMS. At a meeting of the members of the local football club on Friday night last Mir G. MlcRobert was elected secretary vice W. Morrow, resigned. MIr A. Henderson was appointed treasurer. The president, Mr 1D. Heaphy, donated £2 2s, and Mr McElgunn £1 Is towards the funds of the club. The following New Zealand telegram appeared in Tuesday's "Argus." A scene occured to-night (Monday) et a meeting of the Onehunga Borough Council.. A large numiber of spectators were present, attracted by the prospect of being allorded amusement by the customary wrangling between the mayor and the councillors. Mrs Yates, however, determined to dis uppoint themn, land, amid a scene of the greatest confusion, personally cleared the chamber, being vigorously hooted by the crowd, We have met in our travels in Victoria a lovely maiden by the name of Miss E llm Hlart, who was very pro lnounu'd in her dvoetwacy of wolanl?' ...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Game of Messenger. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 18 May 1894

Tihe CGael of Messenger. The party are seated in line, or round the eide of the rooni, and someone previously appointed enters with thie nimesco, " My master sends me to you, madam," or "sir," as the case may be, directed to any indivi dual he may seleot at his option. " What for?" it the natural inquiry. " To do as I do," and with this the moesenger commences to perform omeo antic which the lady or gentleman must imitate-say he wags his head from side to side, or taps with one foot incessantly on tie floor. The person whose duty it is to obey commands his neighbor to the right or to the left to " Do as I do," also, and so on untill the wholo company is in motion, when the messenger leaves the rorm, re-entering it with frseh injunctions. While tile meesenger is in the room he must see his master's will obeyed and no one must step from the movement without :uftering a forfeit. The messenger should be someone ingenioun in making tile antis ludicdlrous and yet keep within moderato boun...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Novelties For Lanchcons. XENAIDE, WASHINGTON, D. C. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 18 May 1894

Novellics Eoar llnchllons. xISNAIDE, WAvIUINOTON, D. O. Among the latest novelties for fashionable lunchoonr are numbered "Angeld on Horse. back." How v urprised some houeholdcrs may be-as I was--to discover beneath this exalted name two such well known and somowhat humble old friends, culinarily speaking. I give the recipe, wilth a few kindred novelties, tested as curiosities, and liked for their good taste: . ANELBP. ON HORSeBnACK. This is one of the gastronomic inspirations of Urbain Dubois, the chief of the great Em. peror of Germany. itemova all bits of shell from fine oysters and lay them upon a clean towel, out as many slices of thin bacon, about the size of the oysters ; run them al. ternately upon bright metal skewoar, dust them with naynne, lay the skewers between the bare of a double.wiro gridiron, and broil the "angele" over a quick fire until the bacon begins to criep ; then transfer the skewers to a hot dish garnished with lemon and paraley or with crosses and send at ...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
An Ancient Musical Organ. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 18 May 1894

All Alleiilt nus?ic:l l Or'ig111n. - 4,+÷- By Frederick Stearns. At Kilt?o a yonig J1panisre intlrodne ed hiirelf, say ing that hlie ithad undri stiod I was Ian admirer of Jplllliese rllquelr, and !rcsircta to show Ime It linll piece of it Io aI.cient worl. manship. It proved to ie a line sp climn o the "sho," somllle 000 ryears ld. Its Itlstory', authenticated by dicanumetls, Fhowsi that it was made by lotldivali Ti.isoii in Il:e twelfth century for a prince o Knga. Tilhe artist made two of themethie othlier one be. coining the property of the imlpriarl olaily Thil instrulment shtown me cause Ilallry into the hainds of a buddlhit priest, ibelonging to the temple of Chi On. /I in Kioto, whlo, inow retired, seeks to dlispose of it. The Japanese claimn tile So to have been inventedl in Japan many centllris lluo. A Iho-ho bird, a mtythical creature, a burt of huge bird of paradise, one day Ihtw dowin front heaven into the imperlial palac: e nlid sllng weetly; a genius, hearing this, so...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BOOK AGENT AND BULLDOG. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 18 May 1894

BOOK AGENT AND BIULIhUO. T'rn story teller was ia book agent., never. theless I enjoyed listening to him, as he telesd off the yarn soImethinog after tl.i1 style: " )Dowi in .Tone; County lives a farmer who used to keel, a bulldog for the special purpose of searing away hook agents and tramps, ' whlo, otherwise,' he declared, would pester the life out of his wife and hired girl.'" " Tiger was the dog's name and the man's nature. " Now, if there was one thing that Tiger enjoyed it was a live, long-legged, sound. lunged book agent, one who could run and yell. Illis rather melancholy countenance would light up the instant he caught eight of one of these gentle beings ambling up toward the front door. Thou he wouldl quietly slide in under the front stoop and calmhnly await the approach of his unsuspect. lng victim. When the book agent was withlin ten feet of the first step out would spring old Tiger with a savage growl. The frightenled agent, with a yell of terror, would buuit dl backwa...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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When Love is at its Best. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 18 May 1894

When Love is at Its liest. Ao tin'rd cthi iroil r at candle lighlt. 'The hlow in tLtir yoan' ey's qt wiilched will Al iitLt ton inntillt now that play is done 1'o seek their failihr'cii L e tain aily (" ;oud night;" . to our great Father ,at of ?i.ht, 'W 1eII t.l(!e blit f t.;1m:l 1. .he I ,L it Itlli, 'ifle kn r:"|. s rl ? l: r,|, lnlJ 11. I!)y t! r: lph.l:la won, 1\a knit I r.ndl list'!irs,v Ilis c:t?re invile. I'hen wic" no rwn" h of r nin. no t: r l:r1 thlill :vL D-r.a e I.ve the Iris:l.c.: f :f a l rnd, S1 i il,,' till. to itnL't 11C ll ?":nIt u ? ti i t i :, lIt r.'clk,onlht otr painst t(l hli lo st ill, Ci II tl l , ciii' li itltt i itt l+ II t il ' ll l' i l t111 ilt' N tii' l irtr ctli .iUilsn the tutlll d ot'ECi ii, \tdi o: a s, iftottothe a of tlp, "l it yII r il al y et li whu l I i' t t is' I est Sl\nd if our la"inlos to tll d a (i l t u ltrtlo c I'te wlctias we rctter,? thou ellh ou tllOanhet floor lie hatl,.; rd ly our Loct, 'Lt tre vainly prsa.d, .\ud l,' us rt.td no...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SHORT STORY. FOR DUTY'S SAKE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 18 May 1894

.SHORT STORY! FOR DUTY'S SAKE. " Yes, it is rather a pretty face.' The words were said iin a manehnllant tone, and the speaker slowly twirhd his long, fair moustalche asr Ie gaecd crhitialiy at the young girl wthols beauty his friend was commenting upon. " RIather a cool wtay of putt.ing it I" e? claimed his companion, a yois'ng msIan w:th a frank, handsome face. " Itlther Ip etty, in deed I She is an angel I" Ral?ph Huntly glanced up quickly. t" Beware, my friend I \hliat would the Lady Olyphant say to her son Inill heir thus discussing upon the ether:al charms of an obscure Australian girl 1 She's only our hostess's companion, I suppose you know." An annoyed flush passed over Lord Lionel's face as lihe answered impulsively : "You jump at conclusions too rapidly, Ralph. I only want to be introduced to the sweetest girl I have seen to. night." " Well, all right ; come along.. I'm acquainted, so I can perform the otlice for you." And, arm in arm, the two friends advanced to where, lo...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A Laughing Plant. Extraordinary Desert Cereal Now Under Cultivation. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 18 May 1894

A Lauglhiiag Plaiit. Extraordinary l)coert Cereal N'ow Under Oultival tion. While tile Stanley expl)Ldition was crossing a ortltion of tie southlern extremity of the Sahara Ieserl, they were made acqltinted with the peculi:r properties of a plant known only to that region, calledI by thIe Artabs cailli kota, or the laughing plant. r'of. ;alchli, attached to the expeditlion, was fortenate enough to jprocure teveral line spercimens of this peculiar plant, which lie Il at present cultivating with a view to proie: tieal experimentls. 'The production of lanughllter by artilicinl means, it is tllought, can be reliducedl to a ocieni.e now that the discovery of a plant, the ipropcrties of which are adirectincenlive to hlaigliter, has been made. Any alol;nt of cachlinnatioancanr be lrodauced by imply in. creasing or diminishing the lauglh-producing dose. There was a time when the somnlolent ef. feels produced by the poppy were notgenerally known, but the soplrlile properties of this plant ar...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Rocipes and Notes. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 18 May 1894

Focipe? and Notes. left Treauce Giogerbread.-One cup of mnelasses, one teaspoonful of soda, two teac epolnfula of gineer, one tablespoonful of butter or lard, a pinch of salt it )ou use lard. Stir together the lard, soda, ginger and salt, then add thie treacle and one pint of sifted flour. Then pour in one-halt a cup of boilingi water. Bale about one inch deep in a shecc. This is very nice if thu water is boding and the cake well beaten as it is added. Ulakd Celery.-Tlcake a quart of veal stock, and having parboiled a proper amount of the stalke, put them into a baking dilh. Itub togethier two spoonfuls of butter and two of flour csmoothly; then beat in the yolks of three eggs, and stir thicr into the veal broth, and poor all over the celery. Lastly, cover the top with llatly grated bread crumbs, and then with grated chees. Balke 10 minutes in a quick; oven. This is delicious. A Simple Ilasty Dessert, which is " not bad to take," may be made from raoc':rP. Split them and lay on each...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Banana Cake, Omelet and Dessert. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 18 May 1894

Banana Cake, Omelet and Dessert. Two clup of sugar, two-thirds of a cup of butter, the whilte of five eggs, one cup of awveet milk, three cups of flour (silted) with two leaocoonfule of baking powder. Roll the sugar and beat to a cream with the butter; add tihe milk and flour, and, lastly, t,( whites of the eggs beaten stluT. Flavor witl. lemon. Daike in four layers; eprcnd reoh layer except the top one with uncooked icing and sliced bananan; on the top layer unc icing only. Tile cake is good the third day. If you are ready to bake the cake inmme. diately .fter breaol.fas the eggs may bh broeen before breakfast and the yolkes mat: ilto an omelet. eatl them and add one uol, of rich Eowct milk and a cup of rolled cra?ecera; salt, and turn into a hot buttered okillet ; tiar until done. II you do not want atn omelet, you mligh rolke Ihl.t nice dessert: to the well-bcatlen yolts add Iwo quaiti of sweet mlili, :l1e c up1 o[ sugar nud one labhlcpoofoul of butle r, beat Slad then add one cu...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 18 May 1894

Th Soal.--The seal lives on fish, a diet that no one will question who has ever par taken of the animal. The walrus lives alhmost altogether on clams, which he digs from the shallow Arctic channels and seas which are so well known oas his home. For this purpose his villainous looking tusks are especially ad apted. (Some persons believe that, after each clam is dug, the walrus comes to the surface to "blow." This is inferred from the fact that, when the young ice is forming, and is yet so thin that the walrus disregards it, and sticks his head right through to breathe or "blow." a single clamshell is found deposited on the ice near each hole. The ment is vwell impregnated with the odor of the clam, but not in that strong disagreeable way that the seal meat is permeated with a lishy flavor. No lover of fish can succeed in overcoming this odor in the seal; but a lover of a clans diet can, I think, leaving out the terrible toughness of the meat, soon get accustomred to a fair meal of wa...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Inner Man. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 18 May 1894

Tle Iiter Man. r " Vhetti the Aierienan Ic'rni I how Li t rilik slowly as tic 1 tr::.c; doe," is-etie the Algu tna (il.i.) ("'ri.i'Cl, " :11 ault howlvly as Englislmt a and ,,cii,:ehmen tih., hI will b. tihe nmostcivil,: ,I.: t? , ls t!Iheo L ros ellt.rp ill, of creatures." Niio ,lbl. utill. :s ta o l: , it will takos i? ; toI" re.- t l :e lP t:-se I,: lit a We are too itlh: wt-LI l to the ..o.,.ll, cld, expediticnfs pilan of htbu in ; oner tm :it sllrex' out in l ,o h for,: our ea!; T. 'l" : u,)-Il, will: its care d bill oi " fnte, , haas t , a ,i ,i ,I1c to stitltnate the Aitilsi.i aipp I.t, hut it takel itsL plle tllcr ratllhr i wVari y.V thla is qual titiy, is ithe p ,initon ,f the .\1,ilt . ,\; A o iec:n tt iruintir. a surroun led il lt I: l.b:" faot or tinner at a ' ?g ,I l:nae." is oti a l I1: aing sight to ttheiei whoi du not i kno.i thal I will pirobably not IIttlIe, nI.1 do moret th:l taste, half the dish. s t le ohis. \it Tat it really necks in his order is tle iep'eare I...

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