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GRAIN GROWERS OF VICTORIA. THE PRESENT POSITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 1 June 1894

CRAIN GROWERS OF VICTORIA. ------ S;THEg;PRESENT POSITION. ,r ----o- - (ly JAS, 1. 'stINCLAIt. 'rThe fall in the price of .sheat in the London mlarket' to 2-s per imartiir, or 3s per bushel-which' is equivailent with a 25s per ton freight to 2s 2?,)l er Iushel f. o. b. in Mellourne-lhas given rise to grave doubts as to whether the Victorian fanner r can continue as a comlnpetitor ini supplying the " world's markets with grain. WVe are informed iby statements in the lpress, that the' Argentine Re public can produce whea and landl it in the United Kingdom vlith a' profit at 28s p1cr quarter, aind that the large farmers of Dakota, California, and other great glain producing territories in the United States, can, with their chellp motholds of tillage, lalor-saving limachin cry, and handling their grain in bulk by dlevators, so saving cost of bags, &c., grow it profitably if ,reeiving 2.is per quarter on the London luarket,, What advantages thle American farlmer in the North orSo...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AN AUSTRALIAN STORY. [COPYRIGHT.] WHO IS HE? OR The Indian Mahatma in Australia. AN AUSTRALIAN STORY OF THE Natural & Supernatural, CHAPTER XVIII.—(CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 1 June 1894

AN AUSTRALIAN S?TOLRY,. corf icTar.] WItO IS HE ? OR The Indian Mahatma in Australia. AN AUSTRALIAN STORY OP THE" Natural & Supernatural, nY .C;i.V It''I JtldIJILVTON .M.D., F.R.C.S. CHAPTER XVIII.-(CoaTIn0r. D.). "Cost!" said a gentleman, who in any ether eompany would be called seedy not wills'tandling fho separate beauty of each itemn of his apparel. "Of course it costs, but they can bear it. Why, Wallace expects ,ou ltay be sure to make a quiet £50,000 out this for his syndicate, and that would buy a gopd mansy hampers-at any rate it is a good tipple, and I don't mind if I trouble that gentleinan with the whiskey agairi. It's cheaper thain .Scott's, anyway." The rest of the men acknowledged the fact with a general laugh, and the bottle of Galley was handed over to the candid critic. In act the siandwlches and liquids were so thoroughly appreciated that by the time the train drew up at Nows there was a decided heartirdes amongst our friends, and they had gone far to makin...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CASUAL JOTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 1 June 1894

CASUAL JOTTINGS. [BVy 1%v.w.yv.] Andl o the savoury subject crops up again. "Tile pan-tasx or the Health Ilnspector-take your choice !" We fliecy, as soon as the nights get.a little dimuiei, and the Inady up in the clouds sheds less light, mysterious forms will often be seen in our back anrds breaking up the soil with pick ant shovel, and searchiing for hidden- treasure. Like old John Hampden who refused to pay the obnoxious "Slhip-nioney," and whose praiise the poet sings, there will, without ,doubt, ble many among us who will set their faces bohlly against this objection able impost, atid de:y tile tax-gatherer. Alas ! there is .no modern hbard to sing their praises ; so l'lyaway ill faltering language must pierPorce do the lest lhe can in this direeiioit : lBreathes. there a man withi soul so deaul, liut whenl li he ta the nighmar 's tIeaul .Passing his own unem.-ited "shal," ..le cries " I'll pay my pat-tax !" If such'there be, marlk him aright, lie frets not,. he, wiih fear or ...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Tea-Making. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 1 June 1894

Tea-MIeakinag. Women that have ever had the care of a house, and very many who have not, all have..a way of their own in making tea, and, though to any one else it may not appear as the best way, yet they have become so aooustcmed to it than when a better way is coggested they seldom approve of it. Theo kind of tea dependson the taste of the family, which is, of course, known to the houeowife; consequently, no distinct kind can be recommended. The quantity:used varies according to taste, but, usually, one teaspoonful of tea for each oup is what is allowed, and if this should be too strong, it can easily be weakened to taste. Always use a pot of some kind of earthenware, end never, on any account, use a tin one. If tin must be used for this purpose never let the tea stand in it only long enough to steep. Tea, when left standing in anything is not a drink to be recommended, but if left in a tin pot it becomes actually poisonous, and cutlht never to be drank. When making tea always be ...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RODNEY SHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY, MAY 28, 1894. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 1 June 1894

RODNEY. SHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY, MAY .28, 1894. 0o " Present-Crs Young (president) Allen, iMcCartei, Wilson, Walshe, Hogan, Lancaster, and Archibald. Thu monthly mneting of the above council took place at the shire oltices on Monday .last. The minutes of the prev:ous meeting were read and conlirmed. COLtt IEPON'DECEN . e From' the Under Treasurer, forward ing voucher for subsidy for Li£ 5, beiiig £448 2s 10d for the Ky3brain riding, £4-13 .3s lid for the Mooroopna riding, and 1£603 18s' for the Taturan riding.-- Received. . From Shire of IIamipden, enclosing a cýpy of report of Thistle Act, adopted by that council, and requesting co-opera- tion.-Received. From Sllire of Buln Biuln, asking co operation in compelling absentees to clear their grounds, so -s to-keep down. the rabbits. From City of Pi'ahrahi, 'enclosing copy of resolution, with a view of allow ing ratepayers to vote by post.--Re ceived. From Shire of Echuca,' forwarding copy of resolution arrived at by that council, and fo...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AN EVENING WITH "SIR ROGER." AN ACCIDENTAL ENCOUNTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 1 June 1894

A1N EVENING W1TIT ? c( SLIR ?-.. IR O G E R ." ' AN .".CClI)ENTAL FNCOUNTlI~:.1 *Ti AR\IK up ," anya fcelioauiy the browa I hatted youth at the door cE the private bar-" wark up, gents, and se the ve lion stuffted with-- Yus, sir ; he's in here. Jcst. in the coatter of the bar. You'll See 'imt awright if you tike your turn." The front of the tavern is blroket with 'busses pioparing to return to Victoria, and with people who have seelt or cannot afford to see the show nat the side under a covered way a pinno-organ, with a tired dejected pony in the shalfts, is playing, as a jUrky waltz, " In Old Mlladrid," tecotlpnying thus two juvenile dtlincuv in short frocks, who, with ster'n faces, pirouti.to and caper to each other as long a? their sLtok of breath permits. The fact that the ltlunusual iS lmp ipeittning wi lli iently l'advertised. Ontt the wind w t of ihe tavertn-compnetitng the lre with notices of Our (leLbtated Iltlf-'guinea Ilamper, iicludi?g otto bottle Old Port, one bottle S...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THEKYABRAM UNION. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1894. LOCAL ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 1 June 1894

T'IIEKYTAi AM UNION. PUBLISIHD lEVERY F.IRIDAY MOlRINGi. --o FRI)AY, JIUNE 1, 1894. LOCAL ITEMS. 'V5e have much pleasure in calling the earnest attention of all, into whose hands this paper may fall, to the social next Wednesday evening, in the Mechalnis' Institute, in aid of the unfortunate childrhen now left almnost destitute by the death of their mother Mrs Finliyson. The ladies of the district, assisted by several gentlemen, have made up their minds thatI the littleonesshall have their present wanits, ait iany rate, attenided to, and, if possible, some little provision made for the future ; and having deter mined that the social referred to shall be all that could possibly lie wished for from a nmusicail iand eloclutiOlnairy point of view, now lpeill to t the usuaslly genlerousl piulic of this townl land dis trict for practical sympatlhy in the wiay of purchase of tickets, Ilonlitionlls, sutb scriptiois, etc. The ladies are provid inig the best of refreushimeniCts for Wednesday ...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A YOUNG HEROINE; OR, WORTHY A SAILORS BRIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 1 June 1894

A YOUNG HEROINE; O, A ifOTIi'il Y A S_ 1111.ol, 1: 1i1 DE. TF. rr you, Illohard Gatli, I Ihav long since formed my opinion at yuur auntmld fr:cndhiu for ume, an 1--I don't abe lieve in it." " What I Your ov.. opinion or my fic lad ship, Tom SMurby T " laughed Mr. I!ci?hard Gaff, in his btl IT and hearty sailor.like way; for though Mr. GlMf waa only three and.tventy or so, he was an ol!:-ar on one of th in +t boats on the P. and O. life. -e w~s a bandsome, fair, and curly-hr.ircd utftnan, bronzed By the sun and brine of Ctiaflbgan. ife eyes were steel blue, rather deeply ret, ai?'wthe fbews romewhat lowered, not natur illvykbt by the habit of contraction, bngotten st'the sany weary hours spent on the" look ,ut'l Oi a tormyand mountainous sea. lie wans tailetdthan our ideal sailor, but every inch of hini.was an.omlior and gentleman, with the real Britebh Jack.tar at bottom. ,Mr..Sourby was an unpleasant oantra't not thiat he was diminutive, or .lcphistophe. lion-luoking, or had anythi...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DAYS OF DANGER. (COPYRIGHT.) NARRATIVES OF THE BUSHRANGING TIMES IN VAN DIEMAN'S LAND. PERIOD 1812 TO 1818. THE BLACK RANGER. (IN TWELVE PARTS.) PART I. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 1 June 1894

DAYS OF DANGER. (CoYniuanT.) NARRATIVES OF THEs BUSHRAINGING TIMES IN VAN DIEMAN'S LAND. By ClPTI'INjy' L1 GCIl PERIOD I8I2 TO ISI8. 'THE BLACK RANGER. (IN T IVEPL VIE PA TS.) ---.-..4.? PART I. The condition of society in Van Dieman's Land during the period between i8to and 183o was of the worst possible description, and eally T "?len' Uo~tiff lr-olltnslundecY the Norfolk Island transportees on the banks of the Derwent at Risdon, or Hobart as it is now called, after attempting to found the new, penal settlement, where Melbourne now lifts its proud head, the white population of Van Dieman's Land, which he brought, were of a better class for colonising purposes than those which were soon after sent to sacll the settlement. This was in 18o4, but ten years after that time very large accessories had been made to the free and white population, and with every shipload of convicts crime and vice was spread abroad. After first waging a war of extermi nation against the aboliginal inhabit an...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 1 June 1894

GARDE CHRYSTAL'S 3, 4, 5, or 6 FURROW. TheIse ploughs are constr.cted on the nwest a:nd btest imech)mical principles, ensuring the iutmost stregth with least weight iand coiplieation of parts. The Bodies and Sharei are of the linest quIltity. CAST:'STDEL, thoroughly tested, proved, and guairateed. Farmers requ.irlg such ploughs -shoul'l criaily intpest hblor. purchasing else ------o------ Garde & Chrystal, Blackwood-st., N. Melbourne. SWAN & COoS. LATEST IVIIPROVED TRAVELLING CHAFF 1 It - CUTTER, SWAN AND CO. ALSO MIANUFACTUR Strippers, Winnowers, 2 and 3-Knive Chaffcutters linits, I'OIrlI At.I. ,? /ZE . PORTABLE ENGITES ALWAYS ON HAND N. '.-P ice Lists ind ]llustrations Free by Post ot A pplicatViotn. -----o------ s W1.2Na.1& CO Blackwood Street, NORTH MELBOURNE. GEO.. GIB.BINS & C.0 S PATENT Wts untitinio.-tly twin t Firt. Pri:'o against All Comers, and the only Medal awarded by the i!?e AgL'rictilt tritl Society to tity coloniail mttumftel 'rer, am...

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 — 1 June 1894

PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT. A NEW & MARVELLOUS REMEDY. SOLOMON * l * SOLUTION (AN OINTUIENT) FOR MAN on QUADRUPED, Now being bbrught prominently before the public owing to its wonderful curn tive.properties, needs only one trial to convince the most sceptical. FOR ACHES, PAINS, SORES & SPRAINS. LOMONOLUTI TRADE MARK ures the man of Rheumatics.Horse r ores & spains, Cow of ulcerated adders a Do of mange; - TESTIMONIALS. Mniden Hills, Evansfort, July 1st, 18912. Dear silr,-I have used your Solomon Sotl tion, and have given it a good test, and aml satisfied it is a really good reedlcy fo'r bruises and sprains, either to man or horse. A. HERMItsTON, tarnler. 17 Chetwynd-st., N. Melb., June 12, 1891. Dear sir,--I have very great pleasure in in forming you that I have curol all lliy horses of :greasy heels, sore backs, sore shouldters, sors ands cuts, and for lamenes inl the legs, also rheumltlilsm in tmy knees. They were all stabllt and workingi all the tilme. I have tri...

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"HIS THOUGHTS CROSS TO ME." [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 1 June 1894

'IllS 'I'I"I.1,: rl''S, culs T1 ,IME." 3' I.CLA', lll.t,*y, you areIi really crop: ) I,:-11y! Yf ul gor?- e ,ute vi'hio. ly. at II,- jo.t1" now w1.1 iI -.,k , of our guet, i Mr. ( l'llGerardt . \11t is the n(ialter with you ?" , My l i,',llnI il i-ttat up in the hmlmn ev in whicbh she hadl been aily 'winging fior Lhe lt-i half lhould, tand glaeii d to illously at I ?I Il Its slpoke il it, llw so onllsiill t his di play of Leto per on my partl,that lIillth was ..lpi ell; holly"w tii- le Ito knowt that lit the ~ ioollld iof ing, odl I felt lus if I hlere .llll'rx,"iUnlin , ul 1l if I spoke sharply, it was only that lhe ighn thOL guessf holy I stltlutr?ll ?, \ "'t 'helre is tilohilg tIhe matter with me," I said, ill answer to ilher questionl. "I feel tired. I l ligoiing to ily 1otli i. I shall taket it nap, andl get rid of yll Itiiiiur befo'e dinnelr." Ildoor, anl intell of prel rioi for i nap,lll gave way L mL y hit ter mlll. ylllIt:. (uiiild it lie poi.siblle lihat it, wllae olily ye...

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

Tite Eaeoy-Goflag Mtlsher 1\'hy ro many women should eonridel tirir ch,ldr n privil, eed nuiancets, anrawr. hb'' to n I Owf tdi reioline or good manuerl. is ones of the rnydterl.e of life whbieb usut re masnll unsolved. Toeee mothers of bth saay goi;og knod, who perhars pride themlrtsIt upon permtir g Ifa with placidity, set es though bthy wcre net at all respjonsible for the p?el,.rltica of their children,sandt xraoe no 'idible puthority over them. Tr:e child of 'ay of these mothers, is of an inquiring dieposition; it handles every small article that it is able to lift, and leaves its fioger ,matke in bold relief on enmbroidered book. cov, r or delicate table scartfon poliehed furui. ture, on the piano keys,and on all the dainty brie a.brac impartially; and the owne r, or even the chance beholder, lives in constant four t f seir.g brittle glare smathed to atoms, china cercked, lanrps overturned, books tea e, unreadable, fans ruin d, boxes broken, unable in polv'enees either to expr...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE KINGSBURY BOARDER. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 1 June 1894

TIll Ki?lNG'SIBI lY PIA Rll. *'t Y are yuu so cool to t.e, lite StI 'tester ?" iI amn not cool to youl. 1I: (io,-hn.r." " Yes, you are; you dln't. like, l-, )ucl don't like my being hli?le I Can't ilite ma-le out which it is." A long lpalie len-ueil, v:liil. H. -ter leanted over the Wale slvwilTi' h-r -IlAw hat, iher lstright brow- co:.lrlkctd? iilat a piglight frowni. Ae plitt prtin t ih..-- whiuh she wroe did ecl di'guise llv ,?lin. ,- of iher igure, unil litr clart'y u cut lillri andl Isoft lazel yol hIal Ieouvl i .r.llltrce of ieat fai-iinatioi for Jlck Kiii-t iiiay. i Wi!-t ilky: lll once thati haid II lilm to l1?il all advertisement in the Ti'mies for onnir, bo:lrtl for Ii single gentlemalnl. lIe founllt tihe fi-l'lier a godtl-naturetl, jolly fellhw, a(n hi- inifo It .,weet-faced, holy-like wosomn, 01(, trIt'ead hi lllls 8 ?lvn; but theni' dilllt ter we ti ll lt lletiig lt. latk knew little ilabout fiitmr is' t'ghteit, eupecilily \"w England farmers' 0'atghtors, :|li wag tiue ...

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SHOULD WE MARRY FOR LOVE OR MONEY? [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 1 June 1894

SHOULD WE MARtRY FOR LOVE OR MONEY? '.1I? "8!n HAT a question to ask any girl ! Ono O lot mightisulpposo there could be but one answer to be given to it, but thatt there ehouhl be a real hesitat;ion on the part of nrift women which lover to accept, the one t no it; rich or the one they care for, shows that it ista lquestion which has by no tmeans been quite sot at rest in all ipeople' minds. Which, then, is the nmore retasonable, and which should a girl do ? Marry for love, and haver a hiard life of toil aind l truggle and privation, lperhaps, or imarry for money ait have everything that money can give? 'Th choice, when one puts it o0, onlltls Cassy enough. But before a girl decides that it is so, loet her reolntenber one little truth whichl she is too anlpt to forget-m-oney can blly Illnost everything in t his world but ottne. It nover has- bolghlt and it never call buy, It buys the coliiforts and conveniences of life. It buyso luxuries that one never dreamedtlc of before otlo hadi...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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ECHUCA MARKET. Saturday, May 26th. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 1 June 1894

11EIIUCA MARIKI'lT. Saturd.tay, May 20;th. SIICICtI. , T W, IIITIm AND Co. report :--We yalrdlo 213 cattle, cio'lprising several pens of nice I?nf,a inice nmberof fonrwar itco) uit iIonIed bullocks. lad the alanctieL sltore co',s andl yoinig cattle. 'The attendance wiis large, iand for fat cattle co . etitihoni was i brisk :nI prices Ilite up to late rates. Stores, however, were ra:ller casier. ne11 sale.i Imolediltliell, to effect. We sold :-Iest bullocks, 1Eli ; f:tat buillocks. good, .5 los ; fat, steerst. gist. light weights, .is :;s il : fat steers. small, £.1 is ; well collditionl bullocks. C: Illi; fat, hlifers, goodt. ? :3 s to ,t Is; I fat heifers, small, £2 As ito £2 Its : lines of twIl-yrear-obl steers. £2 Is fid to £2 is; vcalers, primce, £ 1 7s ; eaters, :mall, 17c hid to 1; line itf yonig cattle, £I 10s: 235 calves. Its tir I7s fit; alc! in con junction with MlcKenzeiend tC : i0 northern Illocks. lt 7s; fil \'ictorian bullocks, :1 or l ye.u?s, I:i 7s ld ; 21t yo)iii? c...

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RAILWAY MANIFEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 1 June 1894

RAILWAY MANIFEST. The followinlg are lying at thle aturia railway station : I'P.nitcs..-IIClyar and lander (2), Lacey, Miss Williams (2), I-larden, and Mrs Christian Nelson. Giions.-Craven, Williams and Co., IuntLer Bros., lelyar and Lander, Stewart, Carey, Chailand, Diddalns, Murray, Miller, Harden, Hanlon, Davey, Armour, I'orsyth, Iogan, anll Grover.

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

MR. VOSS. HIE widow ant at the window, her pale cheek retl. j iog upon her thin wasted ,hand, looking fort. into the street. With no percep. tion, however, of what passed before her eyes-none. lur all she realises, t?e pasesin to and fro of the careless crowd might not be taking place. Her thoughts were not with the present, but the past. Such folly this I For what is the past but death, and what use in thinking of death. We can no more recall dead hopes than dead friends. The memory of either is rarely profitable. Life is too short for regret; op and be doing. Fix your eyes upon the future; grapple with the present. This is the way your practical philosopher talks. Well, let him talk until his tongue ashes. His cold login ie powerless against human nature. Regrets I The past I Not stay a moment to look back I Why then we should indeed become more selfish than we are, and Heaven knows there is little room for that. IRegrets are the cleansers of the soul. They purify us-humble our pr...

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

MY ONLY LOVER. AM an old maid ; worse than that J I am decidedly plain. I tell you this frankly, at the beginning, so that if you are expecting a succession of adventures all about the loves and sorrows of one of the fairest flowers on earth, you can makeup your mind to be disappointed. Well, as I have said, I am exceedingly ordinary, not downright ugly-would that I were ! for then there would be something remarkable about tue-but just one-of those commonplaco flesh-and-blood mortals who fill up the niches. This fleshly tabernacle seets int my case to be rather a wall of separation than a connecting link between myself and humanity. I have always lived in a.very retired manner, and have been accustomed, for want of society, to solace myself with books and castle-building. When I was just verging on young lady hood, I confess to have read such a quantity of novels as to passionately desire beauty and a heroic lover. But the .comeliness which I fondly dreamed "sweet sixteen " would br...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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RODNEY IRRIGATION TRUST. TENDERS FOR CHANNELING. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 1 June 1894

RODNEY IRRIGATION TRUST. TENDERS FOR CHANNELING. Tenders were opened on Tuoesday last for the following contracts:-   Contract 94-65.-About 5 and a quarter miles outlet of the Bray channel, parishes of       Tarilpta and Undera, the tender of Mr P. Kilbride, Corop, of L2,357 4s 6d being accepted. Contract 94 67.-About 6 and a quarter miles outlet of the Cassen channel, parish of   Undera, Mr P. Kilbride, junr., Tatura, being the successful tenderer at L2,423 1s,

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