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KYABRAM. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 7 April 1887

KYABRAI Daring the night of Saturdsy last we were visited by a heavy storm, the rain wasnot so heavy in some parts as in others, but as far as we can learn no where in the district did it register less than 95 points, whie in some parts it, ameunted to about 2in. This dowhpour has been very acceptable to the farmers, as ploughing was only bling carried on with difilctul, now it can be rapidly pihed abead, as the ground is in illen 4d order. The dowmpeur, so welcome to the fa~etra, aes not proved an unmixed boon to the townspeople, for our streets are nowin a most deplorable condition. Holwever, we do not feel inclined to maurtiwr atthe kind Providence which sent us the rain, blt we do feel inclined to grumble In -very strong termr at the Shire Council, ier the shameful inacti vity which iha allowed the main street of our little town to remain in such a neglected loildioin. If we are not mis. taken, theresris "a motioio passedlat the Februarn mMeiing of the Council, re the drainage o...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DETERMINED SUICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 7 April 1887

DETERMINEDU SUICIDE. On Sunday mnorning last, the inhlabi tants of North Mooroopna were borri fled by the announcem.,nt that Robert Bruce, better 'known ' as Long Bruce, a..ged 67 y?ers, an:'nitive of Parramin'.ta, N. S:. Wales; :had s commnitted suicide. He halI been in the?iihploy of ;Mr. W. M. Brown, of Monroopna, for four years on and off. On Saturday last Ihe was engagedl unloading some. bags of wheat when a bag slipped, and struck him on the leg, causing great pain. He then wqnt to bed. Mr. Duke, a farmer, and near neighbour, saw the deceased on Saturday night, and applied a liniment, and left him apparently in good spirits, promising to call an:l see bins next morning. Mr. Duke called about 7 am. and found Bruce lying on his bed with a double-larrelled gun at his right side, the muzzle of which had evilently hwen placed against his right temple. One barrel had been recently discharged, blowing off half of the skull, scattering the brains about the room. It appears that prior ...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 7 April 1887

Notices. A L VANCE on W\VOOI, GILAIN; ,: e., STOCK, SlTATION PRO " )UCE of iii kinda. e ::; Zealand Loan, and Mercantile i?,i, Agenhcy. Company (Limited.)i CAPTITAL ... O 0,000 it1EEI V\E FUND G.."J £2G 000O Al ikii LibtrInl 'Crish °ailvined 'b6n' SIttrion S:tecurltiles, "Et`i nLq E itning Clips of W\n??l?'riini?"cCi S?UIlt.SAT,. in MELL OIUII NI.; : r' SHIPMENT to LONI)Ji'N A niL lion; .Siilcif \of Wq:l field ,ri, gnay - t.ul,,ighlotitl sth so. s o.. ; ; :\nutirl\,titu ilncý of OTallow.7" Fidli s t ht tiptikii, .Tsntlier, &c.,i three times it r week throuIilutitlt year. Oa ,-r : ,, S A lcionm Sales o[f Griln, Flour &c., licId evertji Vi2ne'dl'iV.!(; 1- v4T DAVIT) ELUII'i. Man?iger. I. -YOUiNG H13UB13't ,^ : .1 : ol otnil Produce..Mhiniger. Mflou[elbui.r_ 'otrl ti d Grnin. Wrehouoses, '= iaosPianos Organs. 0 r ansG W( :··4 :. e; 94Fi: IL ONGC 84 '4'Suntitoo-street, (Flit i;r d r at f ot om B ou rke strl, et . ) Pienots . ly, iiii.lch, Slieilni ver, 1.1 I, Aiiclhe Iri...

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FIRE AT PORT MELBOURNE. SIX HORSES BURNT. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 7 April 1887

FIRE AT PORT MELBOURNE. 81X HORSES BURNT, At about ,' quiarter past S a.m. on' Saturday a fire broke out'. in .a range of stabling at '8. Esplanade .East Port Melbourne, owned by Charles Anderson; carter. The fire burnt most fiercely, and out .of 12 hosers in the stable only six were rescued. 'Tlhe place was completely gutted before any :brigade arrived. Efforts were niade to get the remainder of the horses out .by breaking out the back of the steble,.but'without success. As the fire reached the horses, they plunged and tore madly at their halters, and were, slowlyroasted to death in 'fual -view of the spectators. One man tried to terminates the sufferings:of the two nearest the end of the stable with an axe, but the fiate-- drove lgild' back. The ruins, with the six roasted animals, presented a'ieknirng sight; The owner states that he left the place all secure at midnight, And was awakened to find the stable in a blaze. Some carts and drsys were damaged, and the stables, which were...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 7 April 1887

Notice. TEA. TEA. TEA: Notice to Householders. T HE Celebrated COCK -BRAND ..l (Chinese Rooster on each packet). The Purest ;Tea the World'.. .7 Produces..-. I. Sole Agents for Tatur a, F. WILLIAMS and Co,, TURNLEY .BROS; ACCOUNTANTS, AUDITORS, FINiANCE And GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, Allan-street, J~1 abrana. Loans Negotiated at 7 per cent. Auction Sales conducted at Shortest Notice. SPLENDID BUILDING and S Ilesidence SITES in the best situa tions in the Township FOR SALE, Cheap, and on the moet reasonable terms; also, several splendid FARMS, well watered and improved FOR SALE, or Lease, on liberal terms of from 150 to 1,000 acres. LISTS of Properties for Sale or Lease on application. An English CHAFFCUTTER (with duplicates) in good working order, also 3-horse power engine for working same, cheap, and on exceptionslly good terms. Shops and dwcllingsings in the township wcll situated for sale or lease, also thd goodwdil, &c., of a firstdclass' hootmak. ng business. We have a ...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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NORTH-EASTRN AND GOULBURN VALLEY PASTORAL AND AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 7 April 1887

NORTII-EASTRN AND GOULBURN VATT.EY PASTORAl. AtND AGRI CULTURAL ASSOCIATION. The usual monthly meeting of tihe above society was held in the Mechanics' Hall, on Saturday last. Present Messrs. W. Cross (president), Drum,' Hogan, W. Ryan, Wilson, A Collie, Dow., Randell, Breen, Donaldson,; Brewer and the secretary. The minutes of the former meeting were read and confirmed. COtItRSPONDIOlcg. From Crystal Palace Company, for warding promised subscription. Re ceived. From Messrs. Campbell, Pratt, and Co., forwarding cheque for £5 Ba. pro mised donation. Received.. . From the Farmers' Co-operative Business Association of Victoria;thank ing the society for the favourable con sileration of the society, iaidi stating that the co-operative business was in creasing daily, and they did not think there would be more than l e. called i6p. Received. From Mr. Seward, secretary of the Rochester Agricultural Society, stating that their annual slhow would be held on the 4th and 5th October. Received. ...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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TATURA TURF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 7 April 1887

TATURA TURF -CLUB. A meeting of the above club was held at Wooton's Victoria Hotel, on 'Tuesday evening. Present-Messrs. Gellion (President), Wilson, Bazeley, Dwyer, Ross, H. Groves, J. R. WVootton, and Davis,' seretay. The mipautea of the last meetlag were read and conrmed. coaasroW?eSNC3. From It. Thompson ,w Maiden Plate of 1885, claiming stakes against ierd warden. On the motion ot lessrm. Wootton and Wilson, "' That no action be taken." Carried. Fromn hepparton Thrf Club re alster ation of race meetings from summer months to spring time, and asking delegates to be appointed. On the 'motion of Messtr. Bazelqy and Wilson, the presideat and 'seretary were re .quested-to attend thel conference. WWNERAL I?U SINEs8. On ,the motion of Messrs. Wilson and 'Groves,-" That the accounl't as 'apls'ar in the secretary's ataltemeut; '(exclukve of the Sportsman, which is subject to correction) the passed for paTment." Carried. Messrs. Wilson and Dwyer proposed "Trhat the balance-sheet, as pres...

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WE SHOULD BLOT OU[?] DISEASE IN ITS EARLY STAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 7 April 1887

WE SHOULD BLOT QU't 1DI8 EASE IN ITS EARLY STAGES. .The disease commences with' a slight derangeinent of the stomach, Liat, if se neglected, it in time involves thewhole re frame, embracing the kidneys J liver, i- pancreas, and in fact the entire gladular Ir system ; anrid" the afflicted drag?j out a it miserable existence until death" gives relief from suffering. The disease is )f often mistaken for other complaints; 1o but if the reader will ask himself the i- following questions he, will, be able to d determine whether he himself is one of a the afflicted ;-Have I distreis, pain, or . difficulty in breathing after eating ? Is ir there a dull, heavy feeling, attended by d drowsiness ? Have the eyes a. yellow o tinge? : Does a thick, sticky mucous a gather about the gmns and teeth in the Smornings, accompanied by. a disagree d able taste? Is the tongue coated ? Is e .there pain in the sides and' back ? Is y there a fullness about the right side as - if the diver were..enlarging? Is...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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THE RODNEY SHIRE COUNCIL AND THE UNITED ECHUCA & WARANGA WATERWORKS TRUST.—APPLICATION OF FUNDS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 7 April 1887

TH~ I1ODNEY SHIRE COUNCIL:ANI) IIE UNITED ECHUCA & WAItANGA WATICRWOIIKS TILU?ST.-APPLICA TION OF 'UNIDS. Whereas by section 17 of TIhe Vic torian Water Conservation -Act, 1884, it is enacted that any iinniijeiiplcoouncil may, with tlie.consent of the Governor. in Council, froin time 'to time apply any, portion of the munidipal' fuid 'towards the payment .of inlerest on`.and the creation of a' sin!'ing ,,un" fIr 'the liquidation of any moneys borrowed by any 'Waterworks Trust : And `whereas the Municipaln Council of the Shire of !o!llooy is desirous of applyinga'portion of the municipal fund of the said shire that is to say, a sum of one thousand seven hundred andt fifty-two pounds fiffeen. shillings and three pence--for the lpurpose of paying interest (ftom the 1st. Januat$, 1886, to the 81st diny of Decemtber, 1886) on certain moneys. borrowed by the United Echeua antd' Waranga Waterworks Trust 1 there fare recommend His Exedllency.the Governor in Counbil to consent to the...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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AN OLD FASHIONED FARM HORSE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 7 April 1887

AN OLD FAS[IONED FARL HORSE. d (BY'"BUUN".). . Long ere the huge Clydesidalp horse came into fashion in Apstra lt; there were occasionally .to be :seen on Tia manian farms draught.horses that for style, activity, and en.urfi?pe could not be surpassed. They were; e~tirely diffe rent, to the heavy, clumisy style of o draught horse that has since come into favour, and what was no small circum starce in their favour, they produced excellent weight carrying saddle-horses .when crossed: with a thorougbred sire. The finest animals of this type I ever saw were on a farm in Tasmania owned by arelative of mine. They.were two old'grey mares, that or.. beuity? of forml I ked to think were, equal, to, cth then object of my idolitary--the thoroughbred horse. With lean and.almost blood-like ,heads,'handsonpn crests, sloping, shapely shoulders, round barrel, well-tade quar 4ers,. and legs almost. as clei as a 'righb~red, they were everything one oqildrwish for in a fahm horse. TheyJwere admirable'i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 7 April 1887

ONIiME1WCIAL INTELLIGENCE PRODUCE REPORTS ;T'he market during the week-has been ex :q;edinlJy dulli? bo fa efs are evidlently ;r.lddiag back, execling a rise in the market. 't1: the 'lturapl tform the prices realising ^.ir gooal samIples of wheat was 3a. IJd; ta:rley from 9s 91 to 4s 24 for prime ; oats w.re very dull at 2s 8,1 to 2s d1 ; flour and qI*llard.the samo'as last quotations. 3rr.Il. Rielly reports thr.t he is buying * Wdr and good atmlles at 3s 5?)d; flour, -.c8 IG ; pollard and bran, 14. The following ar the the exports from the , railway station:-\ :Wheat .75 . Barley .777 Tlour - 77- ................. 'T le majority of the grain exported this -week isafrotm ilerrigum and Kyabram.-. The -following are the consilnecs at the., 'Cstra -railway station :-Hunter' nod Ddglihb, F. Williams, Lacey, laidlow, Semple, J. Lancaster, Lilford, WV. Ryan, l'arker anid Vickers, Freedier, Mogan, T. llerman, O'Shannessy, -1. Goddard, Mason and Wilson, and Delaney.. Theh National Mortgage ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 7 April 1887

S ; TradO Addresses:. _ :TH .OMASA B~&;ZELEY'.:S (Lnte of Moira),:. ` CRITERION HOTEL, :...' , t (Late J. TIERNEY'S), , IRST=h O A AC'cot.MO1O0DATION, nresin tt ig i Vl Vi =da-i 1.i 41 M .' ,n ,I "' ";..AVELLING P"BL'C The W'lnes and' plIa'iaitas. re P'eraiiiallya .ieltidtsl r hssa the' S; tocksc .Of. the best Producerss. BILLIARDS I BILLIARDS!! BILLIARDS ! !.1 ? SlihtES n;d BUGGIES 'lwys.ion Hil tE. Extensive and co.mfortable , . STA-LLItNG ACCO'MMODATION. HOGAN'S COMM[ERCIAL'. HOTEL; S?[O[AS IIOGiAN be a to uitinate to the surroundlig ilnhai nttk; naud Spublic giill? that S;iperi ir Acconuollatlin t sid,.. Molderlte Chinurgs are, hle speciality..of this flhit-class hotel .. A Il' qua of lthe ]est e ilsialM?' .,and 5 P,4 nreat, 4Iailty ely BfIIAI, DS! ] ilNl IlitiD ! - ILL IA111S !! r SUPr.Rii L S LAli'fING ',i ai1JACCOrMOD )A'rION ' PADD) OCKS. : H e,:s<s::: .IlOrse and liuggies, as ivell as iugg;y Pl'os ilwayn s on H iru ! S'FINN' IUSH INN, CASEY- S' S. . .. ' ...

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The Kyabram Unio[?]. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 7 April 1887

PUIIa.ll151I1D VYrRY PRIDAY. THURSDAY. APRIL 7,. 1887. Owing to pressure on our apace. we regret to have to hold over MAr. uorwel's letter. For the information 'of the generel pub!ic the local banks will be closed on Good, Friday, Saturday, Monday, and Tuesday. : SThe Local'School Board of Advice will nmeet.at the State school, 1441, on "Tuesday evening next, at 7 p.m. Mr. Montague Son.r met with an accident while on his way, accompanied by Mr. Beard, to Romney, to conduct a sale. The horse bolted, and commenced kicking. Mr. Sonier, in trying to jutmp out of the buggy fell on hi face, and received somic slight abrasions, while Mlr. Beard wast thrown .,ut, lint, more fortunate, escaped unlihurt. The horse hceceeded in kicking himself clear of the buggy, which was muich damaged. The Rushworth brass band gave a 'sacred concert at the Growler's.hill Quartzs-mniiing Company's claim yester day afternoon, in aid of the Bulli Dii mater Fund, the collection realising £10. SThe Rev. A. M3. Ta...

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AFTER SEVERAL YEARS. "Stock' Ferry, January 9th, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 15 April 1887

AFTER SEVERAL ~EARS. "Stoke'Forry, January 9th, 1884. " Gentlemen,-I have used Seigel's Syrup for several years, and have'found it a most efficacious remedy for Liver complainte 'ail general debility, and I always keep some by me, and cannot speak too highly in its praise.-I re main, yours truly, "Harriet King."

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AFTER MANY YEARS. "Whittle-le-Woods, near Chorley "December 26th, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 15 April 1887

AFTER MANY TvEAs. " Whittle-le.Woods, near Clorley. " December 26th, 1883. 'Dear Sir,-Motlier Seigel's medicine sells exceeding well with us, all that try it speak highly in its favour. We had a case of a young lady that, had been troubled many .years with pains after eating. She tells us that the pains were entirely taken away after a few doses of your medicine.-Yours truly, " E. Peel."

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A WOMAN FROM AUSTRIA. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 15 April 1887

A WOMAN FROM AUSTRIA. Near the village of Zillingdorf, in Lower Austria, lives Maria Haas, an intelligent and industrious woman, whose story of pjbysical suffering and final re lief, as related by herself, is of interest to English women. "I was employed," she says, " in the work of a large farm house. Over/rork broughton sick head ache, followes by a deathly fainting and sickness off the stomach, ustil I was unable to retain either food or drink. -I was compelled to take to my bed for several wroks. Getting a little better from rest, and quiet, I sought to do sema work, but was soon taken with a pain in my aide, 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 when the trees put on their green once more. Then I happened to get one of the Seigel pamphlets. I read it, and my dear mother bought me a bottle of Seigel's Syrup, which I took exactly ac co...

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A RAT INCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 15 April 1887

A RAT INCIDENT. The following curious freak of som water-rats (writes an English paper) was observed by a Plymouth gentleman a few days ago in the Exeter canal. On the side on which he was walking a dead dog was lying in the water. A rat emerged from a hole on the opposite side of the canal, and, takisit to the water, appeared soon to be sniffing something. The rat at last reached tie dog, and, after smelling about it a short time, ap pearing quite satisfied with its exami nation, swam back again to its hole. The gentleman then moved tihe dog with his stick a short distance from where the rat examined it. Presently the rat again emerged from its hole, followed by several other rats .-'They all took to the water, led by the pioneer, and swamn across to where the dog first lay. The leader again indulged in sniffing and moving about in an excited itate; He swam'round about the spot for some little time, evidently looking for the dog. At last the poor rat seemed completely puzzled as to...

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KYABRAM BRADSHAW. MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 15 April 1887

KYABRA. BRADSHAW. ' 3AIL NOTICES. Malls close daily for Melbourne Toolamba lurc bison. at 10.30 p.m. and 3.50 p.m. Mails arrive 'from Tatura daily 5.80 p.m, ltocheste r Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Satur dlays 10 a.m. Depart to Tatura daily 9.80, saL. 'To Rochester 4 p.m.Tuesdays, Thurs days, andSatutardays. ,?Postmaster-Alr, D. D. Mellis. r'-Registrar of Bjrtlis and Deaths--MIss. F Justices of the Peace-Messrs. A. Allan S. Lancaster and Forge.

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THE ALLEGED MURDER OF THE MAN MADDOCKS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 15 April 1887

THE ALLEGED MUJRDER OF THE MAN MADDOCKS. Detective-sergeants Hayes and Caw sey, together with the Richmond police, have been making inquiry into the cir cumstances of the attack upon the man Maddocks in Coel's Paddock at Rich mond, through which he lost his life, but they have been unable to trace any of the persons concerned in the alleged outrage. Their task has been rendered mnore difficult by the fact that Mrs. Maddocks, the principal witness, in re gard to the circumstances of her hus band's death, states that she is quite unable to identify any of the men those who took her husband away on pretence of locking him up, or those who remained with her. The Richmond police state that complaints had been made to them of the low character of the house in which the Maddocks family resided, and shortly before they were ejected an inspection was made by the police, which revealed a deplorable state of things. Besides Maddocks and his wife and six children tnhre were re sidingin the hous...

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The Kyabram Union. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. FRIDAY, APRIL 15. 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 15 April 1887

PUaIUHcD vT.MIDA.......... F.rIDA , 'APRIL ,15 . 1887.1j We're pleiiaiae toi"no iobe tha throug the persisteut way in which the oSchool Board iof. Advice have taken up..the matter, :tender are, ;.tcalled: 'for pieketting the 'fence, "around '-'State, Schuol, No.1441. ', :Messrs. Martin, Cuisen, and "Co. at their .usual aale disposed "of a' .large quantity of store and fat cattle.. `Milch cows up to £.8 7a." d is'teers, £6 1Os; cows, £6 s. : .id:. We ar requtrsted to draw attention to the liiid sale to take place' at Kya .brai;l on VWed~lesday,' the 27th inst., at 1 p:iI'. The Tatura Quadrille Assembly held their opening dance on Wednesday evening last. About 3S.':couple were present.' and a very enjoyable evening was spent; Mr. t. Dick fulfilled the office of M.C., and !Mesars. Weidgery alnd .Brook presided at the piano and violin.' - The Shepiparton Show will Lbe held on the 201th and 2714 October. T:The want of a telegraph office at Kyabrans has l6ing lbeen felt, but this will soo...

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