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POST-OFFICE INTELLIGENCE. MAILS CLOLE AT P.O., TATURA:— [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 25 May 1894
POST-OFFICE INTELLIGENCE. MAILH CLoLn AT P.O., 'TATURIA : For Melbourne, at 4.50 p.m. andl 10.30 For Travelling Post Ofllic-1.50 p.m. and 10.30 pin. For Taoolaba--l .50 p.m. For Murchison-10.30 p.m. For Echuca-11.15 n.m. lnd I p.m. For Kyabram- 1.15 ai.i.. anid 8 P.In. lecrrigumn-ll.15 a.m. Blaldwinsville-l 1.15 a.1n. For Iliuston, Connla. lltrlison's, Girgarro -11.15 a.m., Monday, Wedimnlay, Friday. For (lilliesMon, Toolambl,aWest-12.20 p.m., I?Monday, Wednellay, l'iday. For North-west lMooroolpna (loose bag) 12.20 p.m., Monlay, Wednesdlay, Friday. MRs. HIEALY, Postmistress.
SHEPPARTON MARKETS. Saturday, May 19th. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 25 May 1894
SIIEPPARTOTN MARKETS. Saturday, May 19th. Mh1ftssts M1'ninE, MARTIN & Co. report: -Another buoy day at, the mtiarket onl Satur lay, I9th, aul nltiough tie supplies were large, therle w?a a total cleatran:e of fowls at late rates. Fowls, ls tdl to 2s td ; ducks, 2s (kl; turkey., Is d to 7s ; pork, 2d to 2.d ; hams, 7i4 ; bacon. 7d ; pig checks 101l to ls :kl ; half-cases aplles, Is to s!Ihl ; quinces, Is id to is !d ; ora.ngeosc twhlolecacses orrange., :is: apples, ts to 3s :kl; gqtilltces, 2s 3d ; and a host. of a ri eslll . At.At Corporation Yards we soldl ollt at fair lices, T'lhe market was rather "draggy,' competit ion heilngsotiewhat slow. We sold 27 pigs a follows :--Porkers, Its 9,l to I2s ; slips, 7s 9d to Its :P1.; stlckers, 5, lid to 7s. We have leased fotr ai term of years, James Keogle's.o 15 acre?, Broken River, at a satisfactory rental.
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. ECHUCA MARKET. Saturday, May 19th. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 25 May 1894
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. --+- ECIIUCA MARKET. Sattmlay, May 19th. SIIACKi?,r., W1IITIrI AND CO. report :-Our market was well supplied with cattle to-day, 317 being yarded, and there was a good at tendance of uatyers who comlpeted freely at prices quite equal to late rates. Tie yarding consisted principally of 2, :1 and 4I year old bulloclks in forward condition, which sold readily; attnl with the exceptiotl of. two or throe add lots every hoof yarded was sold under the hammer at quotations. We sold : -Fat cows, extra prime, £11 10 ; fat bullocks, goaol, £5I; fat cows, good, £.l Is to £5i; fat Ibullocks, miu, nlctln, £.4 5s ; fat steers, small; £3 15s ; vealels, good, 17s to 2s ; 31 steers, 2 to 21 years, at. £2 Ills ; 12 steers and heifers, 12 to 2- months, at £1 18s; 10 bullocks, 2, 3 and 4 years, at £2 Ils; 1ll steers, 12 to 18 months, at £1 its; 17 yearling steers, at ISls; 10 calves, 7s Ihk to Ifs; and in conjunction withl Messs McIeKenzle and Co., 20 forward bullocks, 3 and fou...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 25 May 1894
Five Shillings Reward. L OST on the Tatura Mooroopna Road about 6th inst. A Medical Book entitled Pozzis Gyueacology Vol II. S Dr. Florancc, Mooroopna. TERRIBLE SLAUGHTER!! HELYAR & LANDER Are the Successful Purchasers at a fraction over ?s. in the £ ot 2 3ARKUTt STCTO James Douglas, of Euroa, and F. F. Halkyard, of Tatura, Comprising about £3000 TENA O ý E ®A8000 CENERAL DRAPERY Grocery, Boots, Ironmongery, & Crockery, The whole of which they will SELL in the BEEHIVE STORES, TATURA - Commencing TM"U.RSDAY, MAY 10, 1894. As the Stock must bie immediately turned into CASH, the Prices will he simply astounding. Remember, We are Cash Buyers of Insolvent Stocks; We are Cash Sellers, and our Motto is-" We Slaughter the Prices." We are there fore in a position -to sell 50 per cent. LOWER than other Storekeepers. That is, you will get, as mnch fronm us for 08s. as others give for 9gg, Our ~lillintry and Ladies' Department is under the supervision of Miss Brown, whlo ihas a ...
TOOLAMBA TEMPERANCE SOCIETY [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 25 May 1894
TOOLAMBA TEMPERANCE SOCIETY -4-- An overwhelming nllience attendedt at the Toolaumba Public Hall on Friday evening last, the occasion being the monthly entertainment of the above society. Mr Robert Pogue occupied the chair. The proceedings opened with a hynm; after which Master Dlavid Farrell recited a taking piece entitled " Good Christian .low." A trio by the Misses and Master 'Teese was very nicely rendered. The Rev. R. Reid, from Mooroopna, gave an address on Temperance, exhorting those who were :abstainers to stand fast, and add power to their canoe by enlisting others. A well-alanced choir gave the chorus " When we say we'll pass a law," Mrs Elliott's song " Killarney" was very nicely rendered anid well received ; after which the Misses S. and A. Pogue contributed a dialogue entitled "Anna and Emma." IlThe jureniles then exer cised their vocal powers, to the enjoy iment of the audience, by the rendering of a chorus. Miss Holly recited with much pathos "A L IlH band's Vow." The...
A NEW MINING COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 25 May 1894
A NEW MINING COMPANY, A meeting was held art 1Mr W. Walshe's "Traveller's Rest," Waranga, on Wcdnesday evening last, for the purpose of forming aI Quartz Mining company. There were present Messrs .J. J. Genmnell (in the chair), W. Walshle, E. T. Davis, BM. Walshe and J. Anderison. It was proposed by Mr E. T. Davis, and seconded by Mr M. Walslhe, that Mr .J. Anderson be secretary and treasurer. A motion was carried that all mem bers pay £1 each to the secretary by the 30th instant, otherwise they wouhld not be considered to have any interest in the claim. It was decided that Mr M. Walshe and another gentleman, who were ac quainted with thle locality, Ire working members of the company, and open up the ground, which is considered to be auriferous. Another meeting was arranged to be held at the Victoria Hotel, Tatura, on the 30th instant, at threo p.m., which meeting will be open to any who take an interest in the mining prospects of our district. We are sorry to hear of the serious il...
A STORY OF A YOUNG HERO. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 25 May 1894
A STORY OF A YOUNG HERO. 1 )ALLOI What's young Salamlandier up J to now " " lad, I fancy; or else lie wants to get tilled." "And se he will, whether lie wants to or not, if he goes running in among the bullets like that I" lin truth, young Salamandor, otherwise Lord Charles Hay, of the lot Life Guards, did seen; to be running a fearful risk without any reasoll whatever. One of the hardest battles ever fought between the F'rench and English in Belgium was at its hottest. The French army was much strongerof the two, and although the English held their own ground as stubbornly as bulldogs, it seemed very doubtful which way the fight would go. Just then, in the tlhick of the uproar and confusion, the rolling smoke and the flying shot, young iHay (whose bravery under fire had long since earned hliln the nickmno of " Salnanlcr " ,fromt his adoring soldiers) was seen to step forth from the English line and advance straight, towards the eenemy. " Come back, mny lord, come back, for Heaven's...
I.O.O.F. CONCERT AND BALL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 25 May 1894
I.O.O.F. CONCERT AND BALL. --: :- Our Mechanics' Hall presented quite a gay appearance last- evering, when the 'I'atura branch of the [.OO.F. gave their first concert in Tatura. Festoons of flowers and greenery adorned the lamps and windows, and the motto of the order "Friendship, Love and Truth " appeared above the proscenium. The stage was very tastefully arranged with iPot- plants, fairy lamps, &e., but the audience, though fairly large, was hardly a holiday one, from point of numbers at onv rate. A munber of brethren were present among the audience in regalia. Shortly after 8 o'clock, the chairnmn, Mr. M. Gray, announced the overture by Madame Anstey and Miss Mitchell. " Brightei days will come again," by Miss Lily Walshe, was the first vocal item, and was well received. The announcement of Ia song andl dance hy Mr. Weymouth was greeted with loud applal!se, though the dance, except in so far as a little, prancing about the stage went, was conspicuous by its absence. Mr. ...
G.V.D.F. ASSOCIATION. LIST OF MATCHES, 1894. MAY 30. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 25 May 1894
C.V.D.F. ASSOCIATION. e -: :- LIST OF MATCHES, 1894. MAY 30. t Tatura v. Iooroopen. Undlera v. Ramblers I Kyabramn v. Shepparton. JUNE G. SKyabram v. Undera. Tatma v. Shcpparton. MIooroopna v. Ramblers. JUNE 13. o Iooroopna v. Undcra. Tatura v. Kyabram. n Shepparton v. Ramblers. C JUNE 20. Tatura v. Ramblers. Shepparton v. Undera. 11 Kyabram v. KIooroopna. S - JULY 11. o Undern v. Tatura. Kyabram v. Ramblers Shepparton v. ulooroopna. n JULY 18. , Mooroopna v. Tatura. Iamblers v. Undera y Shepparton v. Kyabramn. d JULY 25. Undera v. Kyabram. Shepparton v. Tatura. Ramblers v. Mooroopna. AUGUST 1. Uudera v, Moorooona. Kyabram v. Tatura. Rlisublers v. Shepparton. AUGUST S. Unlera v Shepparxton. Ramblers y. Tatura. Is aorMooroopna v. Kyalram. oe The game in each instanuce will be played ft on the ground of the first-named club :s, ____________
No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 25 May 1894
The chiildren attending All Sainit's Church of England Siulday-school held their pie.nic yesterday in thle paddock adjoining the parsonage. The day was rather cloudy and cold for al fresco gatherings, yet it was genial, and the haIppy exprjssions 6oni thel youngster's faces, as thiy' left foi the field of sport, showed unmistakably that they intended to enjoy tlhemselves. A start was made from the church about eleven o'clock, the assemblage being conveyed to the grould in vehicles kindly suppllied by Messrs. Hlelyar and Lander, T)iddamns, and others. The day was spent in various kinds of sports incidental to such outings. Substantial refreshments were provided, which, it is needless to say, were fully appreciated. The arrange ments for the pic-nic, which is an annital affair, have usually been to a large extent in the hailds of Mrs. Dowell: but owing to sickness, this lady. was unable to render the samue assistance this year as in the past. However, the church organist, Mr. Adams, w...
GAZETTE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 25 May 1894
GAZETTE NOTICES. Government land sales will be held at Ecluca ori the 20th ,uice, and at Sey'ouro on the 21st June, a list of which may be inspected by those in terested at the oflice of the "Tatura Herald." Permits to occupy.-James Vale, 7a. Ir. 14p., Tallygaroopnan ; Wn. Cross, 2a. Ir: 34p., Murchison North; Wnl. Foley, 5a., Girgarre East; Jolhn O'Brien Smith, 5a., Girgarre East ; James It. Davies, 3a., Girgarre East ; Ronald M['Donald, -In. 3r. 21p., Murcllison North; .Tohn Barratt, s3a. 2r. 25p., lMurchison North ; II. F. Clarke, Ilia. 3r. 36p., Miepoll ; John J.. Chadwick, 17i. 3r. 16p., Echuca; James Smith, i3a. :r. 29p.,Ichuca ; Thaonas Aspinall, 1ia. Ir. 14p., Echulce ; Alexr. Ritchie, I7a. Ir. 37p., Echuea; Chas. Riddell, 14a. Ir. 24p., Echuca ; John Gibbs, 1ba., Eclhuca ; John TMurphy, 19a., Echulne; JIohin arlow, 20a., Echuca ; Frcdk. Maloney, IOa., Barmah ; John iatllhan, 4a. Or. 21p., Murchison North; ohlln Brown, 5a. Ir. 10p., Colbinabbin; .Jaels Ryan, la. Or. 24ip., M...
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 25 May 1894
? IMPOUNDINGS. ---t-+ BlN.tar,..\. -Chestlnut horse, hack, erh, star bloth hind feet white, two scars In near thigh, 1 years old, branded like KC or G near shoulder; black more, la:ck, 4 ye:ars old, running star, both hind legs white half-wny to hocks, one shoei o, lbranlet like K blotchedl near shonulder. To le solI 1lth Juime. Cour.xt.- Irown saddle mare, like U nlder ,- near shoulder, star on fore headl To be sold on 9t)h June. SEcoa..- - Bhlle strawberry leifer, 1,U off runp'; -strawberry heifer, snaily hor,ns. hole and slit ohl ear, NE off runmp : red a1r d white heiferi, lole and slit 1I(11 ears, INK bt' rlunp ; Red and whi1 s-teer, DC off ribs; strawberry steer. JC or ltG off runilp; strawberry p,!e~y liioir, 1l,(tch near ruIp) ; red and wl,, :-Ilr, C off ruilp.. To be sold on 1 ll. 0.111
NEURALGIA [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 25 May 1894
NEURALGIA is the first, surest and most reliable sign of nerve decay ; it is a symptom pro vided Ib nature to warn tile sufferer of approaching weakness and distress, though in most cases the pain is purely local; tile disease is constitultional and local remedies such as liniments, oils and methols only give temporary relief and do not do the slightest permanent good, for they only act by deadening the sensibility of the affected nerve. The remedy to be of any lasting benefit must. be tissue forming and nerve strenthening and must have general invigor:ting properties; it must also comtain the material to restore the lost tissue to the impoverished nerves, and no remnedy except Clements Tonic plosse-ses these wonderful powers. Clements Tonic has been used for thousands of cases by young and old of both sexes for neuralgia, sciatica, ansd other nervous complaints, and we have never heard of a case where it has failed to give quick and prompt relief. Read of the case of Mrs M..Erick, ...
URBAN TRUST. FRIDAY, MAY 18. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 25 May 1894
URBAN TRUST. Farrnnr, Mar 18. Present - Messrs Williams (chair man), Hogan, Turner, Wilson and ,Walshe. The minutes of the previous meeting were readl and confirmned. The chairman reported that he had seen Mr Hector, with regard to the stability of the water tank, and lie (Mr Hector) replied that it would not be within the etiquette of the profession for him to report on their own engineer's report. If he was invited by Mr Murray, the trust's engineer, he had no objection to meet that gentlemanr in consultation, aind give ia joint report. It was decided, on the motion of Messrs IHogan and Walshe, that the chairmian and Mr Wilson wait on Messrs Mirrray and Hector oni tihe subject. SERCnETARY'S REPORtT. Sec. 1:-Th? e works were in ia satis factory condition. See. 2.-Dlealt with the manner in which the allotments of land were valued, and suggested that the council be asked to have the allotments valued separately as inl former years. It would not alter the rate-book, nor inconycuiernce...
CASUAL JOTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 25 May 1894
CASUAL JOTTINCS. [BY F'.vYAwvY.] It was a very good suggestion which 1 one memlber of tie Literary Society made at the last meeting, that if tlhe gatherings are to be held in the large Meclhanics' Hall, somecone be asked to provide rugs ..for members on wintry s nights. This, however, is but a step in the right direction. It would be neces- I sary- to have a supply of stoves to warm v the members' toes, chilled by the cold t and the slush ; while tenders should he r immnediately called for the provision of t reading lahllps, one per member, so that t debatces would have a chance of seeing a each other and the President, andl the speakers an opportunity of conning their notes. tlle next step would, of c course, be to provide a special brand of cavitas, anld some "choice cut ruby"; while a well-known speaker iand debater, who used at one time .to be liberal in distributing cigarettes, might Ie asked to purchase a few gross of " Okl Judge " and " Ciameos," for the use of the younger me...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 25 May 1894
GRAND DISTRIBUTION -OF VITRINFREHOLD PROPERTY V 'O I AMONGST TilE SIHAItE?TOT,DEIlS OF The Melbourne Property Building Society, Brisbane (Incorporated according to Act of Parliament). Proposed Issue of 40,000 Shares of £1 each, to be paid in full on application, No further Liability. Distribution of 600 properties amongst Shareholders according to Law. Properties to be distributed by Ballot, in presence of the Shareholders and the Press, which will be duly an nounced by advertisement. o f OC 0 O ;* Ct,, Value, £22,500 Rental Value, £1,200 - The properties, 600 in number, valued at £40,000, or a proportionate part thereof, according to the number of shares sub scribed, will be balloted for, free of any deduction for commission. For shares and all particulars apply to the Secretary of the Society, Central Buildings, Edward Street, Brisbane. Intending subscribers should apply on form at back, and also enclose two stamps, for the return of Share Certificate, ;and the result of ballot. R...