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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 18 March 1887

ter _ in TEA. [ TEA. =TEA. ' Notice. to -Householders. no HE Celebrated 'COCK BRAND jof (Chmnee Rooster on each packet). c- o" The Purest Tea the World Produces. - Sole Agents for Tatura, to F.. WILLIAMS and Co. TURNLEY BROS. r. ACCOU 1TANTS, w AUDITORS, FINANCE ir And g GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, on Allan-street, K.yabrana. ie Loalns Negotiated at 7 per cent. or Auction Sales conducted at Shortest c. Notice. 3, PLENDID BUILDING and d lesidence SITES in the best sitoa in tions in the Township FOR SALE, nr Cheap, and on the most reasonable 0 terms; also. several splendid FARMS, W well watered and improved FORI SALE, I* or Lease, on liberal terms of from 150 ir to 1.000 acres.' il LISTS of Properties for Sale or I Lease on application, An English CHAF'FCUTTER (with it duplicates) in good worlking order, also e 3-horse power engine for working same, t cheap, and oil exceptionaslly good terms. ° Shops and dwellingsings in the township h well situated for sale or lease, also the it goodw...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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The Kyabram Union. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 18 March 1887

Ihe 'piabanmt itina. PUB1LI5HRD EVURY FRIDAY. FRIDA Y, MARCH18, 1887. Of late we have had to record many deaths of those of tender years, and the cause has been attributable to our want of drainage and proper supervision of the officer in charge. The officer appointed by the Rodney Shire Council as Health Officer, who always visits Tatura when there is three guineas glooming in the distance, or a con sultation fee, fet when the sanitary condition of the township is concerned, the visit is pestponed for a more con venient time. We, fortunately have a state school, and a clause in the Act states that whenever any contageous disease is pr.evalent in the district, the school must be closed. Our worthy medico may think that typhoid fever is not contageous, but others do, and would prefer the school being closed to the chance of their children being attacked with the same disease, for the bedefit of tlibse interested, and perhaps the loss of a dearly, beloved child. Everyone going near th...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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THE EFFECTS HAVE BEEN WONDERFUL. "Ilford Road Dispensary, Dukinfield, May 3rd, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 18 March 1887

THE EFFECTS .HAVE BEER WONDERFUL. ." Ilford Road Dispensary, Dukinfield, .. . May. 3d, 1884. ,Dear. ir,-I am hapny,.to :inform you.thaC! tlie:,sale of your.Syrup and Pills increases here continually.: Several of ?n castomers speak of having de rived more benefit from tile use of these than from any other medisine. In some instances' the effects have beean wonderful.-Yours very respectfully. "Pro. Edwin Eastwood, J. B."C Cost of Arms-Sleeves. The Modern Cupid's Sons-Cupidity. Military 'Corn,- What feat is most trying toa soldier ?--Defeat. A serious outbreak of pleuro-pneu monii hais occurred at Brisbane. A number of cattle have died, and dairying operations have; been suspended at several establishnients by. order of the divisional board! The Shire Council .ofShepparton pro poses to erect waterworks for the supply of the town of Shepparion, which is a ridingof the shire, but to this the people of the town have some objections, and a deputation from them requested the Acting Minister...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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THE MISSING LINK. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE MYABRAM UNION) [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 18 March 1887

THE MISSING LINK. (T T-n EsDITOe Or TH. KYABBRAX UNION) Sir,-In a recent iseue of your paper reporting the last meeting of the Rlodney Shire Council, I notice that during the discussion on the proposed tramways from St. Germanis to Mooroopna it transpired that the schedule, accom panying my report and giving details of the cost of construction, had, in a most unaccountable manner, become detached fioni the rest of the manuscript. For the information of the publio I forward you the details of cost as fur nished to the Counnil, with a request teat you will publish them for the general benefit of the interested as well as the uninterested community: DUTAILS OF CSrr Or CO?TrUCIION, &e. Light formation including table drains, ditches, clearing, &e. £120 Culverts over depressions-say 2 per mile ... ...... ... £4 a and private crossings-say 4 per mile ... ... ........ . £8 Sleepers-half-round, split, or sawn Sfeet aart ...... ...£ 220 Permanent way materials, old 60lb. rail...

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ST. PATRICK'S DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 18 March 1887

ST. PATRIOK'S DAY. Early yesterday morning the town was alive with the sors and daughters 'of Old Erin to commemorate the anni versary of the patron saint;- . The comn maittee of the Hibemian Society have -u.pared no pa?ne or expense n making it ?'~ied-letter day for Tatra?. As is asillb the easeu at gatherings held in or around Tatuea the people presented ""a prosperous and 'contented eppearanoe. Everyone seenmel bent upon enjoying the day oat. Mass was held in the Mechanica'.HaU at 10 s.m., by tie Rer. Father Cairnu, who preached an eloquent penegyri on the life and labours of St. Patrick, and the faith and fidelity of the Irish people. After the several services was eoncladed, the congrgation joined in the procession, headed by the Moo -roopus brass hand. The pacession was not so large as is Asully the case, but if not large it wa very pleasant and pleas ;ing to nee the -people who were well dressed, s.d presnted a proeperna and contented pperance. IMAIDEN PLATS. fIrlf MEAT. 'Tho...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 18 March 1887

o.5 fv 0:ro; '.t,' ode Addiresses: a {. :.t < -ie l ,ti : , - - .; } l-..1( ::.Li.to T u.? . ' i&f. S. -. -r,, Bn-RDER AS h?s o ING Kl B .iiO.' ':i' 'l? ie *}~isCt ' sau lluS . adpl tJ i s:lr 1'arl.i, ' osai1lj v elMeiCsttldl'i'" s e i..'n l n. - . tociss ;oii Wsle isJ st .PIibeJ hs(.¶er id. * ro . r LIARDS! BILLIARDSI't iBILLIARDS?'! ts "!' 1[ISl' mi1 UG13lJG __.S ohiiy? o1 E ItlI ?l?taive alnl cu:o3'fta lo f.L lorAF,! . 1OGtAN .begs to1ithiiti ii lniltit h.~.ai uiiidig iii ibiilithitigsiii, p i, t?ieiii lly t:horl up)fier . ohin?f:,( :alt i . :' ' 1d'o lerkfa Olaii i ;'a .., 1 I ( ils i us I (ic RI : Y"- . S" ? ! ,i,r ?co ?e il uggl: , iPst ? ?sl a : .i..'.ir,: ,,?,.uso :, w 1 'uuiu H e .... i 't.,t, , amsd ' s'i,: ts o_ . the NGest It rIT. , uds. r. : • ?; t. '.'- : • i t ' '".·1.:r . :. . SUPPY THE PUBLI T HOLES E PRICES -. ..LThey Import direct from.Manufacturers, and land their goods at sani Citea as the Sfinns who are exclluslvly wholesale. " .. :. ,'.-Th?y...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 18 March 1887

S iBSTRAl 'OF SALES. '?ý.t, Sternberg Bros., at Violet Town, .... Kelly's Yards-Clearing Sale of 640 .:cres, on 'the 28th Instant. l~ nn and Seward, ,on ithe premises, at Irripta, at 12,onlo.k,'4th .Inst.-Land, I - ,,nsen and Co., at i1imonthly stock --lie, on 8tst March, "sfter'etoak oale tLnmi at Girgarre Est. GRAIN. '71i)R HIGHEST current priceslowest . ligimate charges quickest returns 4 ,i;in ti the National Mortgage and S. ,ey Company, Limited. n;le? by private negotiation ox Rail :,` daily. ,i 'apital I1,000.000. H. R. CARTER, Manager. l,.lhourne, Queen-rtreet. Stydney, Sussex-street. For Bale or To Let. HOMESTEAD TO LET. H OP8E, large Fruit Garden, Stables, &o., with a few acres of I .,i. if required, formerly owned by 1;..1. Bessley, Esq. J. M. FAWKNER, Harston. FOr, SALE. ")URE TRIUMPH. OATS, also -- Tartarian Oats, and Chevilier PETER MACTIER. FOR SALE.' A QUANTITY of RYE SEED J. 8. SMITH, Kyabram. Lonst :and Found. I)UND on the Rushworth Road, a Bar. of Iron. Own...

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POISONOUS BISCUITS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 25 March 1887

POI?SONOIJS BISCU/ITS. In the early part of the presentmonth two children were treated at the Mel hourune Hospital, whose cases presented symptoms of poisoning. 'Dr. Molloy treated themn, and they recovered. ut from inquiries lie made lie was led to suppose that their illsess arose thlrough eating sonme iscuits, the colouring matter of which was of a poisonous character. He obtained front the pa rents some biscuits similar to those which tile children had eaten, and for warded them to the Government ana lyst for report. The analysis showed that the green colouring matter on the biscuits submitted was arsenite of copper, a most dangerous and poisonous substance. The matter was then re ported to the president of the Central Board of Health,: and lie requested the Chief Commissioner of Police to have immediate steps taken to prevent the sale of the poisonous biscuits.- Oin Saturday Iast the police in the various suburbs visited the establishments where biscuits are sold, and acting und...

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TRAGEDY AT COLLINGWOOD [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 25 March 1887

TIIAGEI)Y AT COLLiNGWOOD A tragedy nf *a most shockmng character took place at Collingwood on Saturday Iight, when at ynong husband; named .lames Wright, ia a fit of insanity made an attempt upon the life of his wife, who ins lying in bed after her con finement, antd also upon the life of two lothers, and ended by cuttilng his own throat so that he died shortly after ad ntissioul to the Melbourne Hospital. Wright, who was a carpenter by trade, land was about 26 years of age, occupied with his wiif a small cottage in William strert, Collingwood. He bad no relativea in the colany, but was so far as is known a snawr industiious -man, and worked rertlarily at )is terade, his last place of occepation beimng Kew. His wife was some years his jauiiin,, ,ndh i the laughter f a Imarnlinlinusekeeper in Smithl ptreet, "'itzioy: 'They.hadl been married ,Ilr a ty'2'mniuths, and hiad occupied the house in William street about ix months. On Friday night Mrs. Wrightgave birth to a child. She was att...

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THE BISHOP OF MANCHESTER [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 25 March 1887

.'THE BISHOP OF MANCHES PER Tihe Bishop's views on the subject of •" Colonial Life" may be more icnterest ing to Victorian readers than his opinions ,on church government. Addressing the Young Men's Christian Association of MBanchester on this subject, *Dr. Moor house remarked that emigration, whether .on a small or large-scale, would certainly ,benefit those who remained at home, be cause it would tend to open new markets for Great Britain and tle world, but to -obtain the maximum of advantage emi gration must be on a larnre scale. Emi ,gration might or might not be advantageous to those who left their colntry. So much depended upon in .dustrial effort. In Victoria it was not possible for a roadl mender' to lament that he was condemned to subsist upon the pitiful pittance of 7d. per day. In all trades there the average standard of wages reached the usual limit of 88. a dlay, and in ,ery many 12s. and upwards. It ought to be an good thing for the people to go to Victoria, and he eve...

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ADULTERATED SPIRITS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 25 March 1887

ADULTERATA? SPIRIITS. ThebScotchman s who affirmel that J whusky is a bad thing-specially had whuaky," was .iser than. he war 'ware / el. A similardeclaration has just been made with respect to brandy by ba di.s tinguished French savant, t.. Enile Alwlare. :efore the French Asanciation for th1e Advancement of the Sciences, gathered together in the large hall of the Sorbonne. It will startle the lovers of French ",ognac" to be told. on such ,excellent authority, that of the 41,184,000 -gallons of brandy annually consumed in France, no more than 550.000 gallons, or abont.42. per cent. are distilled from wine., :All the rest is extracted fromn :rice, :'beetroot,. maize, or molasses.! Now\, according to Mr. Alglave, purn ,cognac may intoxi2ate, but it does not poison or madden ; whereas brandy :concocted from the materials just enumerated does both. And he .pro ceeded to give a practical illustration of the fact in the presence of that large assemblage. He took ,two guoiea-pigs, to each...

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DEATH FROM AN ILLEGAL OPERATION. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 25 March 1887

DEATI FRO.11 AN ILLEGAL OPEItA-TION. A very painful seusation has been caused in Sydney on Sundliy IFet.by the casean of the unfcttunate womatn Mrs. Yatra, who died a few days ago under cireumstances ,which pointed to her having i been the victim of . mal plactice. The information afforded by the 'evidenc!e taken-at.. the inquest is xerj Ineagre, but as far as can be gathered, Mrs. -Yatcs was a young married woman, living apart front her husband, and acting as housek'eeper for Alexander Milargoschie, a pawnbroker, at Redfern. She wsa engaged to be married to her employer as soon as she could obtin a divorce from her husband, but although the relatiohn between the two seetls to have beenl very intimate, Margoschis states that she kept her own counsel about her interviews with Dr. Sabatowlki until a day or two before her death. Sihe then told Mar goschis that shlo had consulted Dr. Sabntowaki, who ehal operated upon her and injured her internally. Site became much worse on Wednesday m...

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CLEVER ARREST OF A THIEF. MARYBOROUGH, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 25 March 1887

CLEVER A1lt I1UT tLs n A THlt'. MIARYOOOUOC, Sundlay. A clever arrest for a dairing .theft of joewellery was executed last evening ly Conetable O'Connell, of the local police force. "Information rwas giveln to tihe constable at 10 o'clock that evening that a man lodging.in the M'Ivor Hotel, a.nd representing bhimself as the advance agent for a cironm comppany, had been robbed of two cheques for small sums by some persol who hId entered his bedroom up stairs in the hotel. Thrnsuh them\onduct otf'this nmau, who gives the nnmen of Herl rt, the connt.bli' s spnpicion were .aroused, and nhe directed the other rooms on tihe same launnding as jlerhoert's..to be examined. In the meantime he inter= viewed IHerbert in the commereial room: with respect to the alleged robbery. On M rs. Cecil, the landlady, examining ler room. which was close ,to that occupied by Herbert, she found that two small boxe lhadl beenl removed in whlich her huhllnd'sl nd her own jewellery was kept, san the contents, v...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 25 March 1887

i(),R HIIG I EST current prices lowest ligiliante (1Inrges quickes-t "returns '" l»- lu to the Nntionnl Mortgngo and ny yCompany; Limite4d: alsC by piriate negotiation cx Rail Ja.I. lil'. 4i al £1,000,000. . D. CARETER , 'ci Manager.; :hn n:.o Q.. ,iz-rtrcet ., :;."lnhy, Sussex-street:. ; L ostt; 1 ' the gnltleman who took an OVaRn COAT hy Mistake, from the Ci'ii : lintel, will 'retui e.snie be.will 1,i Ily oblige the owni.. T. BAZELEy. ' Lo6st. BOUT i0 SHEEP, wethere and ewes, br?nided HK, rising4-toothi, S?c? n passiiin.Sa?yer's Hotel, on. the ?,:?.hworth, and ''ntura?riod.-: £1, re "'I' will be given to any person'giving -',' inifwrisnationize will lead `to the, re .nsi',,f same by applying to Hugh .. *he,nuJ diliwoth, or J.: : I WOOTTON, Victoria Hotel, Il . a ForBaile or To ITot. iI DlU sTLAuD' TOLET.* OPSE,. .lnrgo 'iJ ruit Sl lolls, c., with a fewivsr f` I if roquircd,:. forwnorlyijowne' by J. IM. 11AWKNER i8n SA.L'E. I nrtaiut n'OUnts, anti Cborilier P E'E3R AIBCTTIFF.` F O ...

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New Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 25 March 1887

New Time Table. Trains leave 'atura 6.40 .a.m. and 4.20 p.ma.; arrives at 11.56 p.m. and 8.26 p.nt. North-E 1astern rin leaves Mel ,liourne.6. ?I . 4.iand 2.55 p.m.; arrives in Melbourne at 11.16 a.m. express from Seymour, and 10.15 p.m. ordi nary.. Goulburn Valley trai s arsive at Seymour .9.10 a.m. nd 6.47 p.m., and leave Seymour for Melbourne 9.33 a.m. and 7.53 p.m.

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The Kyabram Union. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. FRIDAY, MARCH 25, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 25 March 1887

PUBLISHED EVSRY FRIDAY. FRIDAY , MAlCII 25, 1887. WB Iimust congratulate Mr. J. R. Woottoit; convener of the meeting held at his , hotel on Monday last, in being successful enough to gather together such an array. of sporting. gentlemen when tile secretary of the club tried four consecutive times to do the saue. We also thili that now the new, or revived, clubi hjave taken the matter in hand they will'notgrow'cold even after their pro posed :winter meeting takes place. Being somewhatinsterested in the affair we think it: would have looked better, had they-not being'esatisfied with the amount of money, time, and trouble the deposed secretary had infused into their august' bddy-asked tihe secretary to resign. .'This club has, always been blessed with a' few good working mom bers; but not enough to form a quorum, hence the meetings, always since the last races on the 17th March, 1886, have lapsed.- Meetings were celled by advertisement, but those who are now taking a lead, for pecuniar...

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THE EMPEROR WILLIAM'S BIRTHDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 25 March 1887

THE EMPEROR WILLIAM'S' BIRTHDAY. His Royal Highness 'the Prince ,of Wales left for Berlin on the 19th March, in order to represent Her Majety at the forthcoming festivities in honour of the Eu.peror William of Germany.: A brilliant assemblage of Royal per sonages,. princes; anl.fereign ambassadors is .gath'ered at Berlin, to-celebrate the 90th. birthday of- the Emperor William of Germany. The completion of the 90th year of the Emperor William of Germany was the occasion of great rejoicing among the German residents,. of Sydey on Tuesday. All the war vessels were de. corated with bunting,and a royal salute of 21 guns was fired by H.M.8.8. Nelson anid.Rapid. Tbe Adler, the only German war vessel in port, hes only four guns, and was not allowed'to ire a royal salute. A special gathering of Germ,an colonists took-place on board the Adler, which was one mass of floral decorations. The gnns were ornamented with laurel wreaths, wit'. the' national eolours attaeeed, woven by German ladies. ...

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DEPOSITING A "SWAG" IN THE PENTRIDGE STOCKADE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 25 March 1887

DEPOSITING A "SWAG" IN THE 1'3PEiTRIDGE STOOKADE. 'Another'attempt, which ~'hl. .proved abortive, was made on DMonday"worning: to deposit goods' within .the Pentridgel walls, for the use of the prisoners. This is the third occasion' sine the 8th tst. that ex-prisoners have scaled the: 4lls of the Peitridge' gaol, carluind wi them nillicit articles intended for the use of 'the pris?iners. Inf each inistance,., however, their intentions have,, h.-:" frustrated tbrough the goods falling'i~ito. the:hands of the warders? although on. tlidseeond occasion the, man escaped. 'A·tabout half-past 12 yesterday morn- 4' i1g,one, of the sanme pnrty essayed to. d posit'a p arel coifainiig; sbhout 1201 figs of tobacco near the stone-quarriea, inside the:wills sibrrounding' Pentridge.. :Another fcompamieon'. ' ad lso' climbed" over, the wall, arid. "'as' keeping watch somue distiincd'.in the rear. Warder: Thomas Parr;at'tlbis time, was on duty near the, quarries; d'., on seeing the stranger appro .i...

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A BURGLAR CAPTURED BY A LADY. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 25 March 1887

A BURGLAR CAPTURED BY A LADY. At the Collingwo ld Court yesterday Frank Williams, supposed to be an ex perioeced Sydney burglar, was charled with i. burglary and stealing. Mrs,, Emma Thorougligood, a widow ladv between 40 anid 50 years old, while ip bed about 4 o'clock on Tuesday mnorlnin~ at her residence, 25 Bond-street, thogluti, she heard a noise! in her bedroom,. ad called 'out, but, as all was silent, i: attributed the noise to the wind,l, l tried to sleep again. Once more e heard a faint sound, and she then w the figure of a man at her dresrnir table. She got up and went towards him, wlien lie ran through a sit?ing room into the diningroomn, and then got out of the window of the latter. To cut off his retreat she ran round ty a passage, and caught the man outside the window. She caught him by the collar, and he threw her down, kicking her. She caught hold of his cot-tails, however, screaming "' Thieves ' and " Murder." As she thus held on he dragged her along a distance of si...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE PRODUCE REPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 25 March 1887

iO' 1-i{ tIkhL, INTELLIGENCE PRODUCE REPORITS :1 intmarket during tG early part of '1. ' lek as brisk, btt towards the end Ir: %o hbttle coomgini'i Th open; ý ir t t s and over for g"od?smplcsi I tart to ats are very lult i?rt Fi trat J't p17ic ranging from fl2 4. to 4K rid; i' ritan, a iildojollard rainniling at last It Roielly reports thrt he is boying 1 good sinles at 8s ?id ; flour, L, wai ow.iin r tare th, exports fro.; the -i.. station:--. t nti o rp)' 11o' "our`"£8 lots to £9; onts,:cape, 2s 2d " . d; feed;2s l;2dto 28 10; milling,.s; ) ,..feed-2s 1- d to-pS ; ?nmlting'-p1-' pe. It prcnse, Ss Sit to Re Jd;i brn o,-l0d: :7:'olli?rt; 9d'to- td Ryve rss '?,.4s :to? :..i A" cckfoot? latod, .Ihops,,lld.to t:Iotal sfles nuticre Int;annatry (4970 S ,onttractors are now bringing in grai :u .1':1eriguri; iil alsdo' ttkiug" generl ' os. it)ratlo, Son and Co. report (16th 1 `l,,,.,. :--Chee.s : from.t4d to 6d per lb ; .:, ,. l4d.to-is 68It; Eggs, I to ls?ld -pc; alnr , 8td to its; bacoi...

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