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THE TERRIBLE LODGER. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 25 May 1894

TIHE 'TEliHIIILE LODGER.s. I felt thle moment I saw hits that Dr. Arnoli watis not all ordlinary manll. lie i hired lly fretL floor and put a bell nud plate bo the door, as if in search of patients, but I lie seemed conlfortably oil, if not wealthy. n 1Ie brought a quantity of tllings into the llousc, thlough I considered my two parlours tv well furlnibcd. First came it desk, then it bookcase, and, lastly, a waggonload of huge I trunks. b The front parlour was lits ollice, the back b` his surgery, and lie used the oxtension for a bod-chamber. I was delighted when I In caught sight of the rooms after the dtoctor st andl his coloured servant had arranged theillm. 'lThe doors andl windows were all drnpled c .with liagllificellt curtains or porlibres l s made of rich stuff, embroidered inll strangeo patterns. Goblins, birds, buLterllies, land qlueer creatures such its I had never denll or heard of revelled all over the curtailns, which were formerl of heavy, dark green silk. Much of the...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SHOWS TO COME. JULY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 25 May 1894

SHOWS TO COME. JULY. 19.-DeTnliquil A. and' P. nociety 2t and 25.-R-iverina P. anut A., at Jeril Sderic . AUGUST. 21) to 31,-Rloyal Agricultural Society of Victoria SrPTErMBER SI.--Ararat P. mui IT. Society 20, 21.-Echuca A. andl P. Socicty 211.-Elmnore 2I, - 27.-National nrlicultural show, t IInmiltoln S OCTOuBER 2, 3.-lloclmetcr S3.-IInglewooet - t.-,Muhlison S .--llonnrt 9, 10. 1I 1.-llewligo A., and IEl. Socitcy 1 .-luroa 11 -'iTmg11nn 1(1, 17.-?M?rylorougl. 17, 18.-'l'nltura 2l.-l.Shepparton nzriculrt'al Society S25.--lBcchlu MartS1 A. nnd P. Societly 1.--Port Fnlry 11, 15.-Warrunimbool 15, 16,-Ballarat,

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MELBOURNE GRAIN MARKET. Wednesday, May 23. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 25 May 1894

M EILIIOURNIIS G TAIN MARKET. lWednlesday, lMay 23. I)Lar.:TY AND Co AIrANY, LIIt'rIn, rc plort-W-\heat-Olr Lonllon ollice :llvise its unlder dlte of 2 lth instant : "Tihe wheat market is firmer, owing to u llfavorable weather. Wel quote parcels per ironI sailer to Londlc at. 23s per Iso Ib, e.i.f., andl cargoes per iron sailer to lUnitedl Ktingdml n or Channel for ornlers at 2-s per "1 Olbs. e.f., 3lay-June shillpment. 'lhere is, Io\wever, a geleral feel itng of Awant of collidenlce in the future of the article." Thle local malrkct is quite stag nout, tlll nobaly seents inclineal to buy, even at 2s 2d, which price is now the nominal qtoatatio? of this rnarket. At. or llllctionll saes Io-lday we were lnable to make any sales of prime wheat, and every lot hal to be pansal in. Whe't.-P'rime, 2s1 i ; uletlium, 2s il ; sedl plarcels, 2s :i ; inferior and faulty lots, Is 10d to Is II d. Oats.-P'rime stout milling. Is ldlt to ls lOlI ; Inediuli do, Is 9d ; Algerian, Is 81d ?o Is id ; seal...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BINKS'S REVENGE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 25 May 1894

P,1NKS'lS IEVENGS. -II li'iIt'T'IE \VIT'T ON wis in t (ower .1 ing riage. Ie was, it mano who dearly lov hi w y, d lis m.itctny, il etan g erally g.t it. Of cou.rse he sierl)ed for' this htate, as only .such lnfortLlllate canl but, he had so long enjoyedl a iractieal iomn niLty frotm aill olp'.ition o to his wishes, tih, nt %o- to be bearded in his own study, and by klinks, Iwas mnadidening. "As foryou, ilks, you nlay just go to the devil as fast ias you please." Poor Biuks woull hardly have felt more outrageid if he lhad been told to go to the servants' hall; but his professional llianner cat? ? to the rescue. " I rould nlot consent to such a course, Sir Bertie," he replied ialnest, utomallically, though with something of ii quiver in his voice. " You must allow me, howecver," lihe added, " to witlhdral w tit once from any further imnlla?tiletmet of your eclairi." " Withdraw !" shouted Sir Bcrtlie, purle with rage. )anuiii you, I dismties you ! dismiss ! do you hear, links ?" But l...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 25 May 1894

PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT. A NEW & MARVELLOUS REMEDY. SOLOMON * $ SOLUTION (AN OINTMIENT) FOR MAN on QUADRUPED, Now being brought prominently before the public owing to its wonderful cura tive properties, needs only one trial to convince the imost sceptical. FOR ACHES, PAINS, SORES & SPRAINS. OInMONZOLUTIO ursa 'i man of Rheumatica,Horsc Sors & prLn Cow of 'ra di a-- dders &- Wonge hImbolepal0 A COX sO 422 BairrkSL. TESTIMONIALS. Maiden hills, Evansfort, July 1st, 1892. Dear sir,-I have used your Solomon Solu tion, and have given it a good test, and asm satisfied it is a really good remedy for bruises and sprains, either to man or horlse. A. IHE1tt:MIIsTO, FarImer. 17 Chetwynd-st., N. Melb., June 12, 1891. Dear sir,-I have very great pleasure in in forming you that I have cured all my horses of greasy heels, sore backs, sore shouhlers, sores and cut, and for lameness in the legs, also rhcumatism in mny knees. They were all stabled and working all the time. ...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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THEKYABRAM UNION. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. FRIDAY, MAY 25, 1894. LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 25 May 1894

'PIIEKY,? 3RAM UNION. PUBLISHIED EVEiRY FnIDAY IIOItNING. ----o-- FRIDAY, MAY 25, 189t4. LOCAL ITEMS. The Government intend to introduce as the first measure of the session (says the " Argus ") the Credit Foncier Bill, which will anuthorise the lending of money to farmers at a low rate of in torest. It will he brought in Iy the Treasurer and the Attorney-General ad soon as the Address in Reply has been disposed of. As previously expllaiiled, the bill will authorise the Government to raise money by selling bonds or de heutures having 20 or 30 years' currency, and bearing interest at the rate of 4 per" cent. As fast as funds are obtainedl froml this source the money will be ad vinced to farmers on loan for a period of from 20 to 30 years at, 5 per cent., which will cover the interest to be paid anually to the bondholder and allow 1 per cent. for tIle payment of the work- t ing expenses, which ,s. considered an ample margin. In addition to paying the 5 per cent., the borrower will have...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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OUR INDUSTRIES. [It is our intention periodically to visit the farms and other industries in our district and to give an impartial report thereon.] No. 2.—EXCELSIOR VINEYARD. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 25 May 1894

. -UR IBB! USTRIES. [Tt is our intention psriloically to visit. the farms uand other industries in our district, anrd to give an inpartiial report thereofi.] -o No. 2.-EXGELSIJR VINEYARD. A short mile or two on tlhe western sidtle of Mooroopna, and a short distance from the tlhrce-chaint road, lies the now well-known, we migh ltoost a say fatmOus, Excelsior. Vineyard, the propewrty of Mr 'T'rojanta )arveniza. A native of Austria, born in Dalmatia, ![r liar veniza +was broulghtt up in one of ilit' greatest wite-growing countries of the wtorlt; aid' lie has tried, with great success, to show that this col omy, antd the Goulblrn Valley in particular, is capable of producing wines that will, when fully mantured and properly hlended, compare very favourably with the products of other anlld more noted parts of the world. Long before the iomestead and winery is reached, wide stretches of vines tmay be seen reaching away into the distance, as well as a considerable extent of land now under ...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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CAPTAIN GORDON'S GREAT FIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 25 May 1894

CAPTAIN GOIUiR)0N'S GilIAT Fl(I1'IT. ' to thio year 1853D Io C tomnchte JIlilialsj boeated that they had never been defeated in a battle with while men. They were orrogant 1and hloodtlhtir?ly nod were at war with all the world. They would not nIlliak peace with other tribes. but waged coltetaot and vindictive warfare on while and red alike. 'rThey were rich, etrong ill nulomber and the best horsemen in the world, and they neulo war because they loved the adventure of it. In llay of tilhe year named a Texan known aw faltnit Glordon, who was ti old Indian tighter, learned that theto wats gold in the lig WVichita Mountains of Western Toexa. This chalin of mountains fottrms the - eastern Ihoundlry of the ;Great Stakel I'laist, hub the Unioitchles ranged is far westas the li'l'ecos river. Catltalin Gordon called for volunteers to explore the gold ielt, andtl thie expteditionl was fittedt out at SSaita Fe. 110 ktnowt what was before him, andt be did not cut loose until Ito had eocuted 130...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 25 May 1894

GARDE & CHRYSTAL'S VILTIL rLOUGSII I 8, 4, 5, or 6. FURROW. These ploughs are constructed on the newest and best mechanical principles, ensuring the utmost strength with least weight and complication of parts. The Bodies and Shares are of the finest quality CAST STEEL, thoroughly tested, proved, and guaranteed. Farmers requiring such ploughs should ccertainly inspect before purchasing else where. Garde & Chrystal, Blackwood-st., N. Melbourne. SWVAN &. CO'S= LATEST i.IMPROVED TRAVELLING CHAFF- CU TT'ER, WITH BAG-FILLER. SWAN AND CO. ALSO MANUFACTURE Strippers, Winnowers, 2 and 8-Knive Chaffcutters HORSE POWER, ALL SIZES. PORTABLE ENGINES ALWAYS ON HAND N.B.-Prico Lists and Illustrations Free by Post on Application. Blackwood Street, NORTH MELBOURNE. GEO. GIBBINS & C.O S PATENT Was unaImRimously awarded First Prizo against All Comers, anrd the only Medal awarded by the Royal Agricultural Society to any colonial mamnfactourer amongst the numieroiuns comp...

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MRS. JINKS' ECONOMY. IN PRODUCES SOME REMARKABLE RESULTS IN HER FLAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 25 May 1894

S MIS. JINK'S' ECONOMY. IT PROI)UOES SOMIE REMARKABLE RiESULTS IN ItEl FLAT. SRS. JINKS is one of the brightest S1lJ little women who ever said that Scranborry sauce is "just. lovely," or chocolate cake " beautiful." Once in a while she uses ( 1 the rigiht word in the right place, sand calls fried onions "perfectly dell-l-llishus I" l They are. A bit of gossip about her has become cur .rent, or will bccome current soon after this I issue is scattered to its weekly haunts f tlhrougllout this broad land. The gossip Sconcerlls her first spasml of economy after ilari'riage. Sile haid tried to keep the matter Y out of thle lowsaplpers, aitd she has done very well ciusidering that only live w'omoen, e who lived i the tenement whlere sie did at L the timei,k ew of the 'la n-ua and its wnnder ul . results. For a ilt u time previous to her marriage tI her fiater lad mother had preacliedeconomy e to ier, and even her future husband x'ventured to giro somie ante-nuptial advice ti about saving ...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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AN AUSTRALIAN ROMANCE. A Thwarted Crime. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 25 May 1894

IIN AUSTRALIAN ROMANCE. A Thwartecd Crime. The sea was like a shcot of glass tsihn rmering in the suan; niotonle , save for (lle long swell which rocked the yachte rno,,tonoaely."' The dim outline of thlo -oast could be seen through the haze. It was a dead calm. . .. Four young men lounged on the deck of the yacht, smoking languidly, aud itow antd then sipping EOnlU iced sting&rhdo snpplied by the black stdavard. The rails flapped against the masts; the crew idled forward ; oven thoe cook, a pcrsonago who usually finds work to do in all weathers, fair or foul, sat on a block at the galley door and whistled a melancholy tule. " Well thi is nice, Benson," observed r a tall fair-haired youth, with a comical d grimace of disgust. " I suppose you will haveo the checek to rifur to this as a pleasure trip when we get back." I " Well," was the answer from a short I thick-sat young man with swarthy skin,' marked features, and speaking in a singu htrly sweet voice. "Why not, Phillips ...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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ONCE TOO OFTEN [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 25 May 1894

ONCE TOO OFTEN ) A g0OME ninety years ago the most notorioiusa duellist in France was the Coont Delacroix. Hie was a man of abhoot 35 yena si of age, tall, well-mnde, and of polishledl il manners; in short, his appeara nce utterly to belied the gootd-for-nothing kind of life that a he was in the habit of leading. A splendid n fencer and pistol shot, he made it Ils lparticular amlusement to insult men and fe provoke them to challenge him, and lie could nO alreadly boast of having killed eleven men in el the forty duels in which he had engaged. p But le waOs very anxious to complete the oa dozen, after whichl, he informed his friends, Ll lie proposed to rest for a time in order to It continue his practice with the new cavalry C sabre, to which, as being a fair more deadly g weapon than the small sword, lie had taken a b Sstntrnge fancy. On the evenling of a masked ball at the i grand theatre at H,ordeaux, ])elaieroixwas seated in an adljoining lc.f , whic hlie was in I0 a the habit of...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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FLASH OF LIGHTNING. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 25 May 1894

FLAShI OP .IGIITNING. R. JOHNSON, in Old Int Y'oung, T W thus describes most graphically how ce a flash of lightning was tie iicmans of recuicng w a man from the gallows: It was certainly most annoying to miss t my connection at such an out-of-the-world a, place as Tipbury Norton, and in my heart ik of hearts I roundly cursed the unhappy Jebu whose snail-pace driving from King's a Cross to Paddington had been the prime cause of it. Had I managed to catch my b train at Paddington, I should have been in K good time for the Exeter exprecs, and so j have reached my destination that night. fi But here I was, stranded, so to speak, I at Tipbury Norton, at a quarter-past eight o'clock on Saturday evening, July 24th, with no earthly prospect of getting away until the Monday morning, and a nowhere to put up at save the Tipbury f Arms, a dull-looking place in all conscience, and kept by a slow-witted landlord and his bilious-looking wile. However, there was no way out of the difficulty, and w...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A RIDE ROUND THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 25 May 1894

A RIDE ROUND TIIHE WORLD. N August, 1789, the celebrated Bnuck Vine, a gentleian who was known simply as at hard ridler and a great hunts man, after dinner at the Feathers, in Ches ter, at which Colonel Grosvenor and others we pre sent,began to talk somnewhat largely about his powers in the saddle, uand at l::st made ithe astounding assertion that if there were no sea he wouol ride roundl the world in forty days, accompanying his boast with sonie slightly blasphemous remarks to the effect that lie did not see much to be sur priced at in the devil showing the Founder of tie Christian religion all the kingdoms of the earth in forty days and nighls, aIs ut for the water he could do it hiumself. Colonel Grosvenor was very Imuch dis gusted at this conversation, and told the i boaster flatly that he could not keep up tihe rate for half a day. " W\\hat will you bet 1" asked the Buck. "Ten thousand pounds !" was the answer. " That is a bet," exclaimed aMr. Vine. " Make up your minds as to t...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AN AUSTRALIAN STORY. [COPYRIGHT.] WHO IS HE? OR The Indian Matahma in Australia. AN AUSTRALIAN STORY OF THE Natural & Supernatural, CHAPTER XVI.—(CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 25 May 1894

A& AUSTRALIAN STORY SCOPYRIOIIT. WHO IS HE ? OR The Indian Matahma in Australia. AN AUSTRALIAN STORY Of TiIO Natural & Supernatural, nY K'£N?V iNET 1 1.' 11 TOV,; .l.D., F. R. C.S. CITAPI'ERt XVI.-(CoxrTINuD.) "It was all him," he said. "A l ioe follow, :nd aIn ctivrena as a t. I[to welt over that gate like a swallow, and lihe must have aiiso.d the buffer of thie engino only by inhees. It was splendidly done, there's no doubt of it, and if it hald not bccl for him---" The ohtl man did not fiishll the soutence, but the lsitation was sulifficiently suggestive to his auditor. "Dl)o you knowv who he isi" she asked, after a p:usco. "No more than you do ; ut I shan't for got him if I lived ia hundred year;c." The cab at this moment drove up and Miss lardeCn, with somie expressions of pain, en tered it. A lady is not caughtup and thrown to the ground without some very sensible reminisceces of the incident. Thie drive was a short one. The door of the Wallaceo mansiou was ope...

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SHEPPARTON MARKETS. Saturday. May 26th. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 1 June 1894

SITEPPARTON MARKETS. Saitttlm y. May 26th. MItEsosu IBtl'ttllnt, MARITIS & Co. report: -Goal a ttcllndllc lt I llte lmarket, on Satur dliay li?, and )prices Osteadly at late rates. Fowls, Is l tIo 2 tl :; duclks. 2 Itkl ; cochints, is ; turkeys. its to isb pork. 2I to :td ; bacon, ;.tll to 7 :i hIaos, 7tI : tppllc, I? It 2s lii; orlt;iaes, is il ; limes Is dd. At Corplort lion yrls theCr was tijl impioiement il prices, Iiddingti wots brisik, aiul we sold ,15 pigs as fo'llows ll:- ts. Ils toli l:ts I ; slips, ? I? tsuck crs, tI to To tI. We itivi hattol 122 acres, known?t.ui ias " likit-' " to t it I. Wright, Piute iolge, for a tert. Illt a satisfactory rentital The opitiin publishl1 last mouth is strengttheneld by the in'cretsed inqutiry to renti or IlprchlaslLe laudtlel pronlertet i to 1000 tl'aers. VWe coutll dispose of it few such just, lnow. Orcharld ani d vilineyardl bllocks also it reItquest.

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. MONTHLY GRAIN REPORT. Melbourne, May. 28th. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 1 June 1894

COMMERCIAL INTELLIQ ENCE. MONTH'L' LY (iAIN RI IPOIRT. Alclblt'ne, rlfay 28th. (torn.lItoucll, tolrr & Co. LIMITIr.I). report.-Wheat.-The Iiovements in this tmarket throughout the 1111 i1nt have heeIn de void of interest. Though lthere was a fair inquiry for export ill tile narly. parlt, the dle inatIdI gnulu:ally decreaso?l, ill collsquence of thImeextreme dulnes lprevailing in the lhome lmarkelt, an11dl aritles were rtIe.I?'VL relorlting sales of Austlralitan elngos auit prict.es showing a gradual decline. shilppers have of lite held alloof. nd at the moment very little business is being Ir nsac;ed for over-sec shipmenlt. The local mIrket has received little .support front the millers, as they hluve only purchlsu?l to supply itinetl liate reqliremients, little In tlucerellnt offerilng to lily inl stocks in the face of the hIrge surplus still available and the relllt chnclile of vltlcs hbeinlg affected ill the neaitr fulite Ily the Londonl( market. The locatl market is very...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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TRIPLE REFORM LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 1 June 1894

TRIPLE REFORM LEAGUE. A meeting of the above league was held in thie Mechanics' Institute oil M?onday evening last, whlen but a very few Taturn residents attended. Mr C. - V. Wilson was voted to the chair, and brieily stated the objects of thie uleelting, and called upon M1r ,lJolre West, who oil coming forward, was well received, aind stated that the great est obstacle inll the way of Victoria's pro gress at present was the aprlthy dis played by the people. To the iudi vidual who ' has courage and self reliance prosperity will conle : so it may be said of the comnmrnity. Victoria at the rprescrit tilne was sulfering fromt a depression, and danger-signals were showing, whichl, if not ect, would end ill thie nrtural death and disaster of oiur industries." The downward couirse, we have been pursuing leads ius to think that the-public purse has been a lottery bag ill which all could dip. Tihe Govern ment accounts .have shown deficit after delicit, whlich miray be aiccounted for by tile...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 1 June 1894

ARE YOU AFFLICTED .with - :DYSPEPSIA, CONSTIPATl[N, KIDNEY. TROUBLES, SiACKACOHE,, ACHING:LIMBS, or . LIVER COMPLAINT? If so, safe remedies are within, your reach at. a nominal cost. OCLE iMENTS TONIC and FLETCHER'S" PILLS have never yet 'failed to cdre ilie worst crises. .General .debility, nervousness, weakness,;and general complaints of the dig'dstive 'and ' nerrous systems "tire pir'nptIy. urgd by these reliable r~mued?es. They are.prpared by scioetific 'processes, and are not merely mechanical mixtures made only to "gull the public." The renown CLEMENTS TONIC aid FLETCHER'S PILLS have won in Australasia is proof of the fact that they stand preeminent for their special classes of diseases." No'remedics over sold gave such entire satisfaction to their patrons, and evidence is forthcoming from. every city,. town, and village to prove their virtues. ' No doubt can now exist as to their value,, but purchasers must be care ful to get the ,genuine articles as as many unscrupulous trad...

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Various Railway Signals. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 1 June 1894

Var'lous llaleizvy Signal.. One pull of the bellcd ignihfles " t'op.' Two pulli mean " go ahead."'' ". Three pulls mean "back'up." *'-'; One whistle signified " dbWn btaketi' Two whistles "off brakes." Three whistes means back up. Continued, hibtlcs indicate " daager." Short rapid whistles "a cattle alarm" A slowly sweeping meeting on the handd over the head signifies "bk slowly." A downward moteio "ot the"hinds, with extended arm, sig' ijes !,(p." p A beckoningmnotion with one hand indi cates "bkck.'!, . r . A red flag waved up the track indicates "danger." * - ., A red flag by the roadside means " danger ahead." A re1l flag carried on a lo9.CoOtive sig4ifles' 1 an ennt ln- idtlow^K^ ^ :^t -! A ro flag rase at i station-mean" 11 stop." . .. , . .. . " ' , - I A lantern swung at right anglesac' the traJk me.'" . ... ,! 1sa A lantern raisd adt lowered verticlly is Ssignal to ,start.: - ,.. . th t. r acicle siginfics "bacra

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