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New Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 15 April 1887

New Time Table. Trains leave Tatura 6.40 a.m. and 4.20 p.m.; arrives at 11.56 p.m. and 8.26 p.m. North-Eastern train leaves Mel bourne 6.40 a.m. and 2.55 p.m.; arrives in Melbourne at 11.16 a.m. express from Seymour, and 10.15 p.m. ordi nary. ioulburn Valley trains arrive at Seymour 9.10..aI..m--n p.m., and leave Seymour for Melbourne 9.88 a.m. and 7.53 p.m.

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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SHOCKING CASE OF ATTEMPTED SUICICE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 15 April 1887

SHOCKING CASE OF AT TEMPTED SUICIDE. An elderly man, named James Morton the father of a large family, made a most deliberate attempt to take his own lifeby cutting his throat with a razor at a late hour last night. Morton, who came from Ballarat with his wife and family about four months ago, resides ;i a/ two-roomed tenement' in Lincoln place, off MadeliJe-setreet. Since he came to town he has obtained odd jobs of work, and yesterday did half-a-day's work for his landlord. He addicted to drink and on Sunday afternoon indulged to excess, and became very violent in his manner. His wife, who is a charwoman, was absent from home, and a son, aged about 10, and a daughter of 12 years of age, were the only persons in the house with him. He lay down for a time, but at about half-past 10 o'clock got up, and standing near the door of the house muttered something to the effect" I have got the thing that will do it." He then displayed a razor which he had in his him, and in the presence of his...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 15 April 1887

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 15 April 1887

Notices. V. A NCIV I a, n ? V :TOOL, tGRAlN, -; e .-STOCK?CTST'aIONPRO-" l of nil kin1?i. .:,O *"ew- Zealand Loan and Mercantile . Agefi Company (Limited.) OAPIITAL .... ... .£S,5,000u r* RESERVE FUND ..1 , £265,0i6 Make Liberal Cash Adlvances on .. Station Securities,. -'-FOR'SALE in'MELTOURNEt Or SHIPMENT ito LONDfN. . ,Auction Sales of Wool) held.. rsgidlarlj ' tlijoughout the season: .-.,.l:...s,'wr.. Auction Sales of', iTallow, iHiden;' Sheepskins, Leather, &o., ithreeltimes'a week throughout the year. nI, iti. or, n --Auction Siles of Grain, Flourt)&d. .held every Wednesday. DAVID ELDER; Manager. I. XTOUNGHUSBAI??cr on " " ioohands rodtd&e'Manager. -:iel~bod re .?'?1 and dGrnip rrel 0usep ,. Odllins-street West.'''`' :Pian .S PiS fos. Origans. Orgauns: li"II7" ?1 r F tT - r 84 Swanaton-street, . (Four doors from Bourke-street.)" Pianos by Rinisech, Shiedmayer, L ?,ipp~r,,.uclerj j43f{4ý, (e!,?'.?h , 'Yilmr r, y &e" tAeittf vdftlid?elelerýrted n1...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 15 April 1887

Te nders: . L ' Tenders. OR PICKETING tlh FENCE, State Sciool Tatura, No. 1441. For particulars apply to F. WILLIAMS, 'Corresponlent. Auctions. UNDERA. Tuesday, 26th April Clearing Sale of Farm Plant, Stock, etc. M ARTIN, CUSSEN and Co. are favourel with instructions from A. (ilmour, Esq., (whi, has sold his farm) to sell on, the ground, adjoining Mrs. Pirson's, Undera, at 1 o'clock, on the above date, The whule of his stock, consisting of 10 powerful young mares S and goedings, 6 milk cows and calves, 200 sheep, pigs, fowls, etc., also stripper and wiln nower, -reaier, double-furrow plough, dice harrowa, roller, chaffcutter, bellows and anvil, grindstone, weighing machine, S wheel-barrow, iron tank, buggy S' etc., also, the household furni 'ture, double and single iron bedsteadis, chairs, tables, wash atands, sofa, clock, safe, and a largo amount of sundries. Termi-Purchasers over £10, 8 months without iitrest. Luncheoon Provided. IARTIN, CUSSEW and Co., S '' :Auctioneers, Taturs a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 15 April 1887

Notice. in Id TEA. TEA. TEA. Notice to Householders. to HE Celebrated COCK BRAND of T (Chinese Rooster on each packet). 0- t The Purest Tea the World Produces. . Sole Agents for Tatura, F. WILLIAMS and Co. TURINLEY BROS. ACCOUNTANTS, w AUDITORS, FINANCE jr And g GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS, ii Allan-street, yyabrssna. se Loans Negotiated at 7 per cent. 3r Auction Sales conducted at Shortest ie Notice. , 1, PLENDID BUILDING& and d Residence SITES in the best situa n tions in the Township FOR SALE, or Cheap, and on the most reasonable o terms; also, several splendid FARMS, r well watered and improved FOR SALE, i, or Lease, on liberal terms of front 15I r" to 1,000 acres. I LISTS of Properties for Sale or I Lease on application. a An English CHAFFCUTTER (with t duplicates) in good working order, also e 3-horse power engine for working same, t cheap, and on exceptionslly good terns. e Shops and dwellingsings in the township well situated for sale or lease, also the t goodwill, &am...

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THE BULLI COLLIERY DISASTER. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 22 April 1887

THEL BULLI- ' COLLIERY DISASTER. -4---`- The inquest on the Bulli disaster was concluded on Saturday. The coroner, in his summing up, pointed outtthat the exports who had given evidence were almost-unanimous that the accident had been caused by an explosion of gas and coal dust, the former being ignited by a shot fired in No. 2 heading in the hill end section. It was, for the jury to consider whether. the charring of the props and timbering was the result of a gas explosion, and whether tie accident was due to the negligence of the miners or.the management. ` The evidence'of some miners pointed to an utter disre gard of the rules by the miners, who were apparently very careless of life and property.; There was evidence which showedlthat the company only'einployed one deputy in Tlthl hill-end district, wherean there should. have been a deputy and a back deputy, and it was also clear that the lamps were unlocked, although they should invariably have been locked. The workings were regu...

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WARANGA SHIRE COUNCIL. THUSDAY, APRIL 14, 1887. ADJOURNED ORDINARY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 22 April 1887

?\WARANGA :ShIRE -,COlUNCIL. S .THU5DAY,.AP;.I 14,:1887. .ADJOURNED .ORDINARY S.MEETING. 'Present-The. President.(Cr. Wigg sand..Crs..Brisbane,.Phillipe, Nolan, ant .Pook. , COBRESPONDENOE.' .The, following isthe must importan " of the correspondence dealt.with : .From .the .Departnent of Public Works relative to'an-adjustment of'the ;accounts between the IRdney and Wa. ranga Shires, and asking the Osuncii.ta ,reply .without delay to tLe statement .contained therein. .From the Shiro of Rodney, iequesting to.be furnished' with a .list of all iron tanks, pumps, ropes,. &c., within that .shire. lately belonging to Waranga.hire, also a, list of.reserves within.the lbodhey Shire.' :Left over. - :From Mr. Conant, Echuca, stating :that .unless the sum of £28 9es d, due .on Mr. J. Crawley's contract be paid, .legal proceedings would be .taken. Mr. Crawley said the engineer refused to pass ;the work, but Cr. Healey said it was .one of the best. and cheapest roads in the ,shire. Lefto...

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SPECIAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 22 April 1887

'SPECIAL MIIEETING: A special meeting was then held for :the purpose of dealing with the resignn tion of Mr. J. W,. Masop as a council lor, and Mr. G. D. Heily, as Secretary and Treasurer. Cr Phillips moved, and Cr Barratt seconded-1 'That the resignations of lMr. G. D. Heily as Secretary and L'Jreasurer to this Shile be accepted. Cporried.

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FORTHCOMING AGRICULTURAL SHOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 22 April 1887

FORTHCOMING AGRICULTUBRAL SHOWS- The secretaries of the various Agri cultural Societies are requested to fa r ward the dates upon which their respective exhibitions will be held, and copies of the prise schedules as soon as published. APRIL. 19 to 21.-Clasnce, N.8.1W. M &Y. 20 to 25.-Agricultural Soelety of New sueath Wales, atlydney. JULY. 5, 6.-Wentwortb, N.B.W. 1 .-Deasiiquin. AUGUST. 2, 8.-Corowa, N.B.W. 18.-Narandera. 28 to 27.-National Agrlcultural Society of Victoria. SEPTEMBER. 7, 8.-Wimmera District, at Stawal'. 14 -Wycheproof. 22, 2s.-EEcaha. 28.-Numurkah Agricultural oiety. OCTOBER. 4, 5.-Rochester. .-Bacchus Marash. 18.-Murcbleoun. 1S.--Naqgame. 1, 20.-- etr ?" NOVEMBER. 16, 17.-Eyneton Agricultural Assoalatipu 24.-Ballanat General Spring Show.,

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New Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 22 April 1887

New 'Time 'Table_ Trains leave Tatura 6.40 a.m. and 4.20 p.m.; arrives at 11.56 p.m. and 8.26:p.m. North-EaRtern train leaves Mel bnurnet6.40 a m and 2.55 p.m.; arrives in M lbdurno at 11.16 a.in. express fromSo y m e I15 ,p.m. ordi nary. SGooUlburn 'Valley trains arrive at, Seymour .10 a.m.. and "6.47 p.ni., ands leave Seyinour.for, Melbourne .9.33 a.m.: and 7.553 p.m. . r

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MR. WYATT'S APPOINTMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 22 April 1887

ML wYATT's APPOINTMENTS. Courts will.be held as follow.r during the hall-year ending 80th June:--, Tetura, 29th .1 Murchison, J7th Eashworth, 28th' Merehleon, 25th SRushworth, 26th Tatura, 27th Nrebhison, 22nd Rushworth. 28rd Tatum 24th

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CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 22 April 1887

CRICKET. The return match between Shepparton and Taturs took place last Saturday, n the groend of the former. The Tatrsa team did not arrive till 3.80. The game commenced shortly after. Shepporton was the bvst to e akthe bt, and sae ceeded in psttina together 95 before the last wicket fell, of which Hayme? (not out) 3S, Johnson tl, Campbel 15, and Rowe II. Taltrs had aen wickets a down for 89, wh time was called. Wootton and'Brown were the only ones that got into doable dlpree, the former _mking 18, and the latter 12. Wootton aecred the best bowling average, 5 wickets for 42 runs, while Barrett got 4 for, 4, Campbell and Aliday both bowled well for 8heppirteo, the former getting the best average. Messrs. Hales and St. Ledger acted as empires, and a?qe tt tl emelves estlafaeterily Ap ,pended aie the fall seeres " ', n sRPPABro. rJeaen. b Barrett ...... 31 Caipbell A., bWootton ... lllay, b Wooton ...... 0 Haymee, ant out ... ... 'U Rowe W.; b Barrtt... . 11 a.ilackL e. eerwoo a; b SI...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 22 April 1887

Auctionu. UNDERA. T'nesday, 26th Apritl- - Clearing Sale of Farm Plant, Stock, etc. M ARTIN,. CU88EN and Co. are favoured with . nstructions from A. Gilmour, Esq., (who has sold his farm) to sell on the ground, adjoining irs. Parson's' Undera, at 1 o'clock, on the above date, Tile whole of his stock, consisting of 10 powerful young mares and geldings, 6 milk cows and calves, 200 sheep, pigs, fowls, etc.. also stripper and win nower, reaper, double-furrow 'plough. lices harrows, roller, c?eaffeutttr, bellows and anvil, grindstone, weighing machine, wheel-barrow, iron tank, huggy etc., also, the household furni ture, double and single iron bedsteads, chairs, tables, wash stand., sofa, clock, safe, and a large amount of sundries. Terms-Purchiasers over £10, -8 months without interest. Luncheon Provided. MARTIN, CUSSEN.and Co., ' Auctioneers, Taturs and Mootoopna., GREATEST-'LAND SALE EVER HELD IN? KYABRAM.} MESSRS. TURNLEY BROS. I have received instruction from the owners, to sell by P...

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KYABRAM. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 22 April 1887

S KYABRA ". On Sunday, the 10th inst. the anni versary ervices in connection with the Pilsbyterian Church at Kyabram were held. Two able sermons wets preached by the Rev. Mr. M'Farlane of Seymour. As the weather was very unfavourable. the attendance was small. The annual tea meeting came off on. Tuesday, the 12th. The weather was fine, and a Iargte concourse of people (estimated at 250) sat down to tea. The tables were • ably presided over by .lfedaIges Allan n and Bradley, and the MissealMensies, Tonkin, Edwards and Allan. The repast was of a sumptuous character, and judging by the hasty manner in which the viainds retreatal before the attacking force, your correspondent wa. nnt alone in his opinion. The tea was followed by a public meeting, presidled over by the Rev. Mr. Finlay. Speeches instructive and amusing, were given by the chairman and Revs. M arltanlle (Seymour) and Chamberl (Tatur.) The proceedings were enlivened by a number of suitable selections of music, nicely rendere...

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GIRGARRE EAST FARMERS' UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 22 April 1887

GIRGARRE EAST FARIERS' UNION. The meeting of the above union wasr held at Ryan's Commercial Hotel, Gir earre, on Saturday night last. Several attempts have been made of late to get a meeting, but through the absence of some of the leading nmembers, and the unavoidable absence of the late secre tary, they have lapsed. There war a ,eir attendance of members of the union. Mr. Poole (vice-president) presided. Mr. Davis read the letter entrusted to him by Mr.'M. Somer, secretary, who was unable to be present through pressure 'of. business, resignng the dfoice. He (Mr. Davis) also read the minutes of last meeting, which were eonfirwed. The, resignation of.Mr. . Som8er was received with regret. On themsnot on of Mr. W. Ryan and Cook,.Mr. James Hanter was appointed seretery of the union. A warm diseussion ensued as to the adviaabitty of erecting a shire hall in TIatrim. Mr. Cook was decidedly in f"utiruoi having the shire hall built at ones. Mr. Poole thought that Tatrs was the hin? favoura...

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A SICILIAN DUELLIST. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 22 April 1887

A SICILIAN DUELLIST. Baron do Sen Malata, a Sicilian, and e a noted duellist,.has recently gone to t Paris, to find a test of.his skill as a combatant. He has fought 40 duels, but in none of thorn has lie been the t clhallenger. It is told of hlilm that during a heated political canvass, in the course of discussion in a public square I with a first cousin, the latter called him by some opprobrious epithet. The baron replied, " You are a cowardl " The cousin answered, " Will you repeat that in five minutes? " "Assuredly." The .ousin wennt -hdme and returned with a revolver in his hand. The baron went up to him, and said, "Guiseppe, see here I That revolver don't suit yoltr hand; the stock never was made for you; for the life of you, you. could not use that pistol."'.' As lie ,ceased to. speak lie spat in his cousin's face: The suddenness.and ;?trangeness of this speech and attack. so..bewildered the cousin that he neither said nor did any thing. The. baron , spat in his face again. F...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE PRODUCE REPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 22 April 1887

SColiEiEiCIAL H INELLIGrCE PilODUCE UBi'ORTS Vr ll']tle grain Is now arrving at the " lra Station, and as only one groin buyer f i oil the platform it is almost .worthles *iiiith prices. " . it:, ?'?i Willlams 'and Co. eport the . '-kut as follows:-Wheat, S. 64 ; Barley, I'; good samples, oats, from 2* IL to .:ia followisg ae the consignees now n!i . at the Taturarillway station :-Hunter D:. ilglish, Nioholl ani Co., W. Wilson. :'Ityan, Groves, Wootton, Brown, House, ."rrisaey, Halkyard, M'Cleery, Sheehan, Sflow, Baseley, Parker and, Vickers. '3 ford, Cmenro, Davis, Brown, Vining, 'cliffe. Lancaster. One truckofcalveas ad I of pige. "he following are the exports fro the -,,ilway statio : ..-- .. '.- - - - Wheat 706 Slrley. 1 , r .' * : ' Floor " __] _ - *-.' i h. i-, ,:• i Wotal 016 The T National Mortgage and Agene Cio~ :,*iffy, (lmtd.,) report having sold ilvately t ,i rint-week ending 12th Mrclh; 16 87, 878. I, ign of proilace, Tvi. :-Wheat, So ;o0d to 8S 1 I ; flour, £8 10s to £...

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ABSTRACT OF SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 22 April 1887

ABSTRAC OF 8ALES. J. H. Teague and Co-Shepparton Stock Sale, 95th :nst., at 1 p.m.-Agricultural Land. J. O. stlewart-Stock Sale, Kyabram ya?rs, 27ah ltast ":Martin, Cuasen nod Co, at. Undern,' on "26th inst, A Gilmour's stock, farm plant; etc. J MINamara and. Co, Taturn Stock, Sale, 20th April-Horses, Cattle, Sheep, Pigs, eto. Messrs Truley Bros, at Ryairnm, on Wed nesdlay, 27th April.s number of valuable freehold business sites, irrespective of price ,. . _

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LORD WOLSELEY'S ADVICE. "TAKE EVERY OPPORTUNITY OF BEING SHOT." [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 22 April 1887

LORD WOLSELEY'S ADVICE. "TAKE EVERY OPPORTUNITY OF BEING SHOT." General Lord Wolseleq, acting for the Duke of Cambridge, presided on Tuesday, 15th February. at the distri bution of prizes at the Royal Military Academly, Woolwich. Il his subse qnent address to the cadets, Lord Wol seley said that the career which the cadets had before them was great and glorious ; but lhe exhorted them not to despise small things. He hoped lie was not saying wrong in wishing that they might be called upon for active service -a campaign was the real test of a sol dier-and if they were so fortunate, they would find that success in war was mane up of diligent attention to appa rent trifles. The highest essential for success in active service was zeal in the performance of a sollier's duty. They must let their superiors see tlinhat they were in earnest, devoted, self-donying,. and ever foremost. and if they sought distinction it would surely come. Never let them lose an opportunity, not only of a campaig...

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