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SOME MATRIMONIAL MISHAPS. THE WILSONS PLAN OUT A NOVEL [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 8 June 1894

SOME MATRiMONIAL MISHIAP. THE WILSONS PLAN OUT A NOVEL. SNNA, I have been thinking that while I am staying at home, waiting for my hair to grow, we might write ia lshot romance. It seems s thoughi we ought to be able to get up somethingl to suit the public," and with an air of confidence Wilson seated himself at his mle-k. * Of course we canii' responlded his wife. 0' We will lay the pl1e in cEurope, and have the events date back to the days of broad' swords, spears, and lances, and make the sharacters say ' thee,' ' thy,' and ' thou.' I think it gives an historical ring to fliction," she adldedl, moving Iher chair uI to the desk. " There, you have it all tinished but the title. iWhat will you call it ? " lie asked. ''The Five Knights; or, The Sword with the Diamond Hilt.' flow do you like that, Hienry?" shie asked, with a look of triumph in her eyes. "lIre. Wilson, what do you know about knights and swords with diamond hilts? When you lay a plot for a story you slhould know' eometh...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GENERAL DEBILITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 8 June 1894

GENERAL DEBILITY. The term General Debility means a depletion of vital strength, a general break-up of the corporeal health, due to over consumption and wasting away of the life giving constituents of the blood and nerve tissue, really a wearing out of the animal structure. If your life is worth saving it is worth your while to treat your case thoroughly. If it is worth your while to treat your disease at all, it is worth your while to continue the treatment until your health is thoroughly reestablished; you may feel all right after the first few bottles of Clements Tonic, so prompt are its reme dial and curative effects; but a medicine no matter how good cannot Ianish dis ease in a week, the seeds of the com plaint will still remain in your system and break out afresh if you do not thoroughly cradicate them. Don't for get that a relapse is twice as difficult to cure as the original attack, so if you want to get cured give the remedy a fair chance and recovery is certain. Clements T...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CHARITY SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 8 June 1894

CHARITY SOCIAL, The prediction expressed in our aInst issue, tlhat latutrs woutld be well to the fore in such a charitable object, as the ball and social in nid of the little ones left motherless by Mrs. Finlayson's death, u:a: amply fulfilled last. Wednes day evening. The assemblage gathered together within the walls of the Me lhaniies' Hll was perhaps onet of tihe most, brillintt, and certainly one of the largest, tver seen in the lbulilding. More than 70 couples faced the M.C., (Mr. i). McColl), and helped " to chalse the glowing hIours with flying feet"; and the strains of music flowing fromi the 1;olins of Messrs It. and F. Dick, and the concertina of Mr I. I)ick. andl fromi the piano, onerated on by Air it.il'Liaean, cer t:iinly tempted votaries of the dInee, and encouraged niovices; while the rIhytlln of the laneers' feet. aIld thie "fron-froi" of the dresses told of thel eijiytenL experienced by all who wooed the modern Terpsichore. No Isagnuge can speak too highly of the ki...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HUMOR. A Story About a Donkey. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 8 June 1894

Fl LM GR. A Story About a Donkey. Teddy and Neddy were two pretty little donkeys, which had been given to May and Gerty by their godfather. They always came running up to them when they went into the paIddock where they were kept, and Teddy would rub his nose against May and grunt for some bread or apples, which he liked very mnuch; and they would both follow May and Gerty all about the field, and put their heads over the style with a sorrowful look when they went away. One day May and Gerty were going to ride, so Bob, the garden boy, put the saddles on the donkeys and brought them round to the porch. tiny was ready waiting there, so she ran out and throw her arms around Teddy's head, and stroked his long ears, andlthen said: " Wouldcl you like a bit of bread, my dear?" Teddy pricked up his ears at that, and seemed to understand; so May ran to the kitchen and cried, "Cook, cook, please gives a peer hungry donhey a crust." Cook smiled, and toousk some bits of bread from a plate nod g...

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 — 8 June 1894

CASUAL JOTTINGS. [By FLYAw.t.] Poor Mac ! Surely no one supposes for a miomenit that lie intended to insult the memibers of the " pan-tix deputa tion." Flyaway is sure he is the last one in to whose lhead such an idcn would enter. A few casual words have, surely, been mnisunderstoodl antid misiniterpreted and it is to be hoped this "storm in a tea-cup " will soon blow over, and none be any the worse friends oin its foolish account. The followiniig inonymnous verses reached me last week under cover, bear ing the Slheppurtonl date-mark. They appear to have reference to the improve ments sholrtly to be nmade oin the road between Slhepparton and Mooroolpusl, and are evidently indited, by a resident of the former town. I have entitled them AN OLD MAN'S COMPLAINT. So they're going to improve, it if what people say is true; Still it cuts ilnto the oltd man's bosom's core, To think plerchanlce they'll clear it, and put up a bridge or two, And we ne'er shall know the dear ohl crossing more. ...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A WOMAN'S BRAVERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 8 June 1894

A I'Y:iA FS BRAVERY. ;e: Iti J.:~. J. viAeT. W'li:n the ship Swlerlaidul sa:iled for Tf-nitevidau, sil had ill part a'eh alitng hed"crw-; that is, tien whl, hal behan drunk insi brought on board, without tlhe.r Iknowledge or consent, just iefione sailing. Scan nll were souarC at the time, soi the suhippi-n ai n taet rIesorted to that ijithod .to [nfiius the vessel liher comiple wsnoiit of nut. \Wlilhe she waIts tuinl towe-i thirough tile Narrnow:-, the on-eorst wunit totward andl riioulse up thit drunken, half-sttpuheid imen iS tho forcenstle. The latter was ia villainouis-luoking aset of men, and, to the surprisn oft the iinates, Ionly a few weir foiund to hbe seamtn, tlhe roat eling roiiugIs and longshoremen. They lurched about theu decl:, quarreling, and thrneatening violence if the nship was not put back. Captain Wltite saw lie had Ibeen de ceived by the shipping agent, and going forward, anscertiited that none of the cres had families or any responsib!lO o cupation. 1la told th...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RODNEY IRRIGATION AND WATER SUPPLY TRUST. MONDAY, JUNE 4. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 8 June 1894

RODNEY IRRICATION AND WATER SUPPLY TRUST. - ----+ MONDAY, JuNe 4. Present-Cons. Morrissey (in thq chair), Cussen, Hogun, Minter, Allen, M'Iver, Byrne, Wilson, Gray, Kavnnagh, and Bray. This being the first meeting since the election, Corn Cussen introduced the newly elected members. Com Morrissey, Gray, and M'Iver each thanked Com Cussen for the com plimentary manner lie had referred to them, each declaring that they would do their best for the good of the whole district. COnnsrEPONuENCE. From Secretary Water Supply, in quiring whether the cost (£1,300) of the Martin channel was included in the additional £25,000 asked for by the trust, or if it was to be taken as an extra amount.-An answer was ordered to be forwarded stating that the amount was an extra, or £20,300 in all. From same, requesting that the trust make a further reduction on account of interest due with the earliest possible opportunity.-Noted. From same; forwarding printed copies of regulation No. 9, which had been app...

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 — 8 June 1894

PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT. A NEW & MARVELLOUS REMEDY. SOLOMON I SSO.LUTI9 1 (AN OINTTMENT) FOR MAN on QUADRUPED, Now being brought prominently before the public owing to its wonderful cura tive properties; needs only one trial to conivitice the most sceptical. FOR ACHES, PAINS, SORES & SPRAINS. 01oO.?A 0 KUTI res the mari of Rheumatics.Haorse o .ores sprains. Cow of ulceratled " i Dc of mange:., ·;iý ;ý ;;le:nM^n .COX &O 422 BolPIIIQSL · TESTIMONIALS. Maiden Hills, Evansfort, July lst, 1892. .;Dear. sir,-I have used- your Solomon Solu tion, and have given it a good test, and aml satisfied it is a really good remedy for bruises and sprains, either to man or horse. A. HEnrMISTON, Fnrmer. 17 Chetwynd-st., N. Mclb., June 12, 1891. Dear sir,-I have very great Ipleasue in in forming you that I have cured all my horses of greusy heels, sore backs, sore shoulders, sores and cuts, andi for nlmenuess in the legs, also rheumatism in my. knees. They were all stablel and workin...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ALMOST BURIED ALIVE. The Horrible Experience of a Man in a Trance. Listening to His Own Funeral Sermon and Riding Two Milos in a Hear[?]—Pleaced in the Grave, [?] Saved at the Last Moment. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 8 June 1894

ALMOST BURIED ALIVE. 'Lhe horr'ible El:rpe'rince of a .llneu it at Trance. Listening to Ilia Own Funeral Sermon [nrl Ititin a Two Milos In a Icearse -Placed in tihe Gtrave, 1Jut Saved at the Lant 11Iomtntt. It wan acold Januiary alftelooIot that I was taken sick. buit hoping I would ro cover, no medical aid wan sulliionlted. 'lThe following iight L grow very' deopond cut, and I eemlo I to feel that somethiing ulaullal iart about' to happen. "The next mltning, shortly after stil rise, I felt a curioi' sensatiiton i lley fCeet, which becauto hliavy, as if they were slotping.' This neleuatii l caumo furthier nad lurther upwalrdl, uid .1 begani to think that if it wee to rcaelt lnly heart lly lifu'u journey vwould soon bi ende(d. " having called my family and friuends about met L told tlheII of thie fearl entetr taineid. As they lay by nmy;bedside pray ing-ohi I I shall never. forget tlhose prayers-I badie them all fartewell, and I fell back paralysed, unable to msove even a finger or t...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Mr. Buggles's Conversion. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 8 June 1894

Mr. B1ggles's Con version. BU Gs'osvecnor Bunstee, "Ghosts I" sneered Mr. Buggles, "balh I rot humbug I Figments of the imagina tion, my dear sir-disordered digestion, queer liver and so on, Iknow. Why, air, my wife, poor girl, used to any when she was in a temper (as she usually was), used to say that it shite died first absho'd haunt me. Haunt metr hal hal hal Poor girl, poor silly girl 1" Mr. Buggies was sitting over his wine witlh three or four cronies,. In the gloom of the evening, the fitful gleams of the fire had suggested to one of the guests the idea of ghosts. lie was a tall, lean,sepulchral sort of man with a voice that seemed to issue from some hollow drum, anri altogether one of those persons who, we should be naturally disposed to think, was given to supernatural fanicis. Moreover, he drank gin. Hiis name was Jubbs. "Well, I don't know," said Mr. Jubbs. " Perhaps some of these day's she'll keep her word," "Eh ?" cried Mr. Buggles, setting down the glass which he was in...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DETECTING A THIEF. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 8 June 1894

DETECTING A THIEF. A CAME of the application of the Indian ordeal by chewing rice is thus described : " A native official, who was employed by tlheGovernsmcnt for detecting thieves by the rico ordeal, was called in to conduct the process. "The loser of the watch was one of four young Englishmen who occupied a house together. " All the servants of the establishment, some forty odd in number, were seated in two rowns on the ground on one of the long verandahs of the house. " A small piece of green plaintain-leaf was first placed in each man's hands. "The thief.dteeetor then went round with a bowl of pounded rice, like floor, and with a wooden spoon poured a quantity into the open mnoutlh of eachl servant. The order was given that each man was, within five minutes, to chew the rice-flour to a pasty mass, and eject it on his plantain leaf. " Most of the men set to vorlk with a will, though a few were ratherfrightened at first; but long before thie five minutes had elapsed almost everyon...

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 Matahma in Australia. AN AUSTRALIAN STORY OF THE Natural & Supernatural, CHAPTER XX.—(CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 8 June 1894

AN AUSTRIALIAN STORY, e .JPYRIGHT,. I WHO IS HE? OIL The Indian Matalhmna in Australia. AN AUSTRALIAN STI'ORY O0 THt Natural & Supernatural, DY 1rEYN/TJI7 MA3IIAJ1TOX, M.D., F..C.S. CIIA1'TER XX.---(CONTrNeED.) " Oh, Mr. Barton," she said, " tell me if you lors earnything on your rmirnd I You will have a partial judge, I think," she added, with a wan miloe. " Our burdeons become lighter when we lhave a friend beside us. And I ant your friend, rand you have bought from my gratitude all a woman can beo stow." It was plain speaking and spoken in all sincerity.-.I Barton felt the truth of the -woman, and ho was rmoved to Irhis inmost soul. "Good IHeavron l" he said, "if I onlydare with sucth i past to hang like ait mill-steno round icy ineck." Thio witlh witlh a sort of fury in his voice: " You do not know what you tay. Listen. I don't know myself. My past is uit ia hideous dream, with every hellilsh plhantom dancing in mockery thlrough my mrinl. I am the lsport of ia lnirl. Ono...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RIDING ON TRAIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 8 June 1894

RII)ING ON TRAIL P.1sNo on trail is an.undertailttg re;air. ing the natural talent of a trapper, and somet of the nastuteness of a commander ; adroit. ness, firmness, a quick eye, and a quicker hand with a revolver. Great mountains have to be crossed ;vast stretches of dreary plains have to be traversed; rivers full of dangerous qcuicltsands, in which whole iterdo have been known to perish, and strents givenl to terrifically sudden freshets must be forded; long expanves of barren alkanline desert, s.htro for forty or fifty miles not a tdrop of precious water is to be found, mnat be passed over-and all this with a cruowd of semi-wild cattle,straight from their Ipthlees hote., unaccustomed to the eighlt of Il nrv beitngs, and easily startled into a genertl stamplede. Thlnderstorms, thie chief danger tlhroulh the summter months in these regions, ute very terrifying to cattle. On the appr1atnt.h of one, the tori shouldt be colleclctl in as small space as s possible, whilsat the coa shou...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE PATH OF RECTITUDE. MR. JONES DOES NOT FIND IT THE SMOOTHEST ONE TO FOLLOW. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 8 June 1894

THlE PATS OF RECTITUDE. Ma. JoNes DOESicOTFZOrDITTRiSMOOTHX5T On to FOLEDw. Mn. Jonas was going to the club the other night to have a little innoceot fun pith the boys, and he told Mrs. Jones lihe was asked to sit up with a sick friend. That is, he meant it to be a hurried call. But fate and Mrs. Jones had decided other wise. Each family had a telephone, and it occurred to Mrs. Jones to telephone to the Smiths, and inquire how Mr. Smith was, and to add that Mr. Jones was on his way uip there to eit up all night. The effect of this telephone message was to send Mr. Smith's pulse up in G, and to worry MIrs. Smith with apprehension, so that on the arrival of Mr. Jones he found 'that hlie had the whole household on his hands. I ie could have done almost anything when hie discovered the arrangements made for him, and learned the nature of Mrs. Jones' message. He telephoned good-night to the club,and heard cries of "perfidious!" mingled with groans and yells. Then he resigned himself to g...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GRAIN GROWERS OF VICTORIA. THE PRESENT POSITION. (CONTINUED FROM LAST WEEK.) [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 8 June 1894

GRAIN GROWERS OF VICTORIA. -4--t THE PRESENT POSITION. (is .AS. ii. 5INCl( ll t.) (CONTINUED r1us1 LiST Irs ci.) THE LsEVATrois FOR IIANfLINl 5 ra5 N. These, we are iinbrmied, sire it mnres erected at the various railway stations, sllS1 ialso at the shippilng ports, litted with the necessary nachliiery for receiviing n11( loadinig grain loose-or in bulk, as it is terlled-bags Ibeinig entirely sits penscd with. Their size and cost de pesis, we are informed, onil the lquaitity of grain they Ihave to lhandle. The I)a kotan or Californian farmer ihas sulicient hags on the famni to fill daily from his harvesting miachines, and emllpty these into waggons with box-alapeld bodies and these aire driven to the bIins ill his barn, or to the elevator .alongside the rails at. the station. There the loose grain is elevated by nieais of III Arelii mediain ,erow into the higher floors of the luiiling, from whence it can be lischlargeld by slhoouts ito the railway trucks below. These sre cosiveres t...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. SHEPPARTON MARKETS. Saturday, June 2nd. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 8 June 1894

COMMERCIAL INTELLICENCE. SITEPPAIlTON MIAIIKE'I'S. Satulray, June 2 ul. 3ltrstts 31'littiit, 31AltrtN& Coreposs. Staller supplies on Satttday last, ott account of the pouting ruin tot heavy roads. Fowls, Is Gl to 2s; gobtlers, is (ii each; hen turk eys, :1s ench to is ii per pair; carcnse pork, 2d to:tMal; inan, (;id ; apples (half-eases), :'s thl, 2s lid, Is h1 I; tmitioeis ; itaggy Ipole, HIis. At corpuration it tis tee soi :1I) pigs. Ptrkers to Ill; sips. I s li s1; stickers, (is :t. We ihave leasel Mr Walker's hiuse anid IOn., Mooroopst, tot Mr .1s. i)1twnt, o litallartt, for a tert of :1 y'els. We heidi a highly successful clearinig sale for \r A. M'Plherston (I)ealy's tarm), Congupna ottl t :t th May. Cows realisel :C Ills to .it Ils ndt .liG. id. tittg twas lively ithrtughot. and wei soLI out rapidly at grani prices. We have leased for it tirt of years, Mrs Kirk's i ittgltssic Estalte of 750 tares to Messrs Kerrins Bros., " Avon- dale," Kiailla, at a satisfatory renta...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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THE KYABRAM UNION. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 1894. GENERAL NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 8 June 1894

THE KYABRAM UNION. PUBLIBHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 1894. GENERAL NEWS. The residenlts of Tatura are invited by advertisement to meet at the Mechanics' Hall on Monday evenung next, to dis cuss matters in connection with our present pan tax. The chair will be taktn at 8 o'clock by Cr T. Hogan, in the absence of the president, who is ill. Mr Halkyard, who has been an active member in nearly all our institutions for the past seven years, but who is now leaving the district, a number of his friends in Tatura and surrounding dis trict felt that it is only due to him that some recognition of his services should be acknowledged; and with that object ameeting is called for 4.30 on Thursday afltrnoon next, at Hogan's Hotel, when we hope to see a large nunber of his friends present on that occasion to make suitable arrangements. The inspector under the Metropolitan Public Health department, Mr. John Taylor, we understand, will make an inspection of the districts of Toolamba, Ta...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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KYABRAM NOTES. Kyabram, Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 15 June 1894

KYABRAM NOTES. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT). Kyabram, Wednesday. A very narrow escape from a fatal accident befell Mr Chas. Pavey, of Merrigum, last Friday, as he was out riding. While ambling along on a bad piece of road, the horse he was riding, missed its footing and fell, rolling quite over him, who was unable to extricate himself. Assistance was soon available, and the services of Dr Wright were pro cured. Later on Dr Wickens was called in consultation, and everything that could be was done to relieve the patient, who sufferred great pain. For tunately no bones were broken, but internal injuries of a serious nature were apparent; and for some time Mr Pavey was in a critical condition. Close atten tion and a strong constitution, however, gained the mastery, and the latest reports were fairly cheering, the patient shewing a decided improvement. Towards the close of Saturday after noon last a number of children were enjoying the exhilarating pleasure of a drive on an open trolly, ...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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Cooking Recipes. CABBAGE SALAD. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 15 June 1894

Cookin.gi lccipes. CAbIOAOgE ALAD, To one quart of chopped cabbago add the yolks of two eggs, one teaspoon of eugar,two teaspoons of gronnd mustard, oneo taspoon of salt, one-hall teaspoon of blaok pepper, oneo up of vir.agsr, two tablesnoons of butter, boiled together five minutes, IASiTIED MEAT. Tako thie trimmings of cold boiled or roasted ham; chop fine and spread on deli. cato slices of bread, buttered and plaen in the oven for about three minhte;: beat up. sie 'eggs with half a cup of milk, put into a wauoepdn, add pepper, said and two o00unos of butter, and stir till it begins to thicken; remove from the fire, stir a little, thou spread on the ham and serve. COTATO SALAD. Peel six large potatoes and boil until tender; when cold out up it small pieces; make a dressing of the yolks of four hard. boiled rtae, a small quantity of salad oil, mustard, salt, pepper and celery; cut up fine; add vinegar enough to make of the consistency of any salad dressing; pour 6ver potatoes and lo...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union And Rodney Shire Advocate, The
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PARCELS POST RATES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 15 June 1894

PAnIotsR PosT RATES, Two pounds, 9d. Every additional pound, up to 7 poulds, 3d. Fee of registered letters, 3d. Acknowledgment of receipt of registered letter or packet, 2Jd. Iace telegrxns, ld each (giving names first three horses each race), Must be onlered before 11 a.m. on day of race. Mas. HEALY, Postmistress.

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