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CONFERENCE OF RACING CLUBS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 6 May 1887
CONFERENCE OF IACI±G CLUBS. A confcrence of race clubs in the Goulburn Valley was held at Shepparton on Thursday afternoon. Theo:following clubs were represented :-Tatura, by Messrs. Gellion and Wootton; Moo roopna by Messrs. Brown and HIonnsell; Euroa by Mr. Goyder; Muckatah by Messrs. Gleeson and Noonan ; Echuca by Mr. O'Brien ; and Shepparton by Messrs. Grattan, Ml'Cracken, and Turn ley, the Iast-named acting nas sec,'etary. 'The following clubs wrote signifying their intention of not bein g represented : -Seymour, Kairimba, Wodonga, Dar galong, Nunmurkah, Kyneton, lenalla, Deniliquin, and Rochester. Mr. Grattnn was voted to the chnir,: anti briefly explained the object of the meeting, and requested the delegates to e'press their views on the adviabnility of changing the time of the annual meet ings of the race clnba of the Goulburn Valley fiom midsummner to spring.. After considerable discussion, Mlr. Grattan moved-".That'in view' of the unsuitability of the weather.and ground f...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 13 May 1887
The Champion Rifle Match amongs members of the defence force took place on Saturday. The weather was fine. The Governor and Ministers were pre sent. Lieutenant Watchorn accom plished the feat of winning the champion ship the third year in succession, and therefore becomes absolute owner of the" gold medal given by the Government. Sir Robert Hamilton challenged the winner and two other crack shots to a friendly.match at 800 and 950 yards, four shots each range, and the Governor proved the victor. la speaking at a volunteer dinner in the evening, the Treasurer expressed approval of the pro posals of the Imperial Government in regard to the naval defences of the co lonies, and hoped that New South Wales would withdraw from the position taken up, and with the other colonies accept the liberal offer of the Imperial Govern ment.
AFTER SEVERAL YEARS. "Stoke Ferry, January 9th, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 13 May 1887
AFTER SEVERAL 2EAR8. "Stoke Ferry, January 9th, 1884. " Gentlemen,-I have used Seigel's Syrup for several years, and have found it a most efficacious remedy for Liver complaints and general debility, and I always keep some by me, and cannot speak too highly in its praise.-I re main, yours truly, " Harriet King."
A WOMAN FROM AUSTRIA. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 13 May 1887
- A WOMAN FROM AUSTRI£A. ir ,T Near the village of Zillingdorf, in Lower Austria, lives Maria HIIas, an e intelligent and industrious woman, whose story of physical suffering and final re is lef, as related by herself, is of interest to English women. "I was employed," ibhe says, " in the work of a larze farm house. Overwork brought on sick bhead d ache, followed by a deathly fainting and sickness of the stomach, until I was e unable to retain either food or drink. I was compelled to take to my bed for several weeks.. .Gettin.y.M better from rest and oie-i '-ught to do Soma r worlk, but was soon taken with a fain in my side, which in a little while seemed to spread over my whole body, and throbbed in my every limb. ;This was fiends'told we that my time had nearly come and that I could not live longer than when the trees put on their green once mose. 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 ex...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 13 May 1887
Health is Wealth. DP. E. C. WEST'S Nerve and Di3:in TreatPnmnt, a guaranteed spociiia For Hysterin, Dizziness, Ccnvul seone, 1ite, Nervous Neurnal-in, Head ache, Net vous Prostration ca:lued by the u'.o of nlco.hol or tobacco, Wnke ul ness, Mental Doepres:on, Softening of the Crain resulting in Jusant;y, and len?ing to ini ery, decry and death, Pre mrittm Old Age, Barrenness, Loss of Power in either se::, Involuc:try Losses ~.nd iSpermntorrhea cannused by over ::;elrtion of the brain, self-abuse or over indulgence. One box will cure recen. cases.' Each box contains one mouth's treatment. :5. Id. a box, or six lbo:es for £o 1 5s. ; sent by mail pre ani:l on receipt of pi:ae. We guarantee si:: bo::es to cure any case. With erch order received by us for six boxes, ac companied with five dollars, we will send the purchaser our written guarantee to refund the money if the t entment does not cure. Guaranters issued only by J. C. WEST and Co., CHICAGO. Prices in Victoria, Ga. 6d. per box, ...
New Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 13 May 1887
. New .Time Table. Trains. leavo Tatura 6.40 a.m. and 4.20 p.m.; arrives at 11.56 p.m. and 8.26 p.m. North-Easetern. 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. Uuulburn, Valley trains arrive at Seymcur 9.10 a.m. and 6.47 p.m., and leave Seymour for Melbourne 9.38 a.m. 'nd 7.58 p.m.
HINTS FOR FARM AND GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 13 May 1887
HINTS FOR FARX AND GARDIN. The standard for a good cow is said to be 600gal. of milk a year, and of this there should be 10 per cent. of cream. Warm and cold milk should not be mixed. The new milk should be rid of its animal heat before adding it to that of previous milkings. Near Stockholm, Sweden, a farmer and his father before him have succrees fully cultivated tobacco upon the same few acres of land for nearly fifty years. ....Irregular feeding- willl do more to cause cows to dry off than any other method, while the practice is extravagant, inducing waste and loss of time. Cayenne pepper, horse radish, and onions mixed with the ordinary food of poultry, will at the same time keep them warm and increase the disposition' of power to produce eggs. A cow should never be allowed to skip a milking, as the retention of so large a voldme of milk in the udder.will inflame it and injure the quality of the milk, and, perhaps, the udder also. Five pounds of common white beans ground fine, a...
SUPREME COURT. MONDAY, MAY 2. (Before His Honor Mr. Justice Webb.) BAZLEY V. OWEN. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 13 May 1887
SUPREME COURT. MONDAY, MAY 2. (Before His Honor DMr. Justice Webb.) DAZELEV V. OWEN. In this action the plaintiff had sued for the specifi performance of a contract by the defendant to purchase the Cri twrion Hotel. Tatu~a, for £1,550, with stock and furniture at a valuation, or in the alternative for £500 damages. The defence to the action was that the defendant was drunk when he signed the contract to the knowledge of the plaintiff, and that he was incapable of understanding what he was doing. Mr. Justice Webb on the 25t11 April refused to decree specific performance, but gave the plaintiff £50 damages and costs, and directed judgment to be so entered. IJy order 65 rule 12 of the Jndicature lules, it is provided that if any action arising out of contract, the plaintiff shall not recover more than £50, he shall only bhave County Court costs, unless the Court or a judge shall otherwise order. No such order was made when judgment was given, nor was any such order asked for by the pla...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 13 May 1887
-, A: 'respectable-looking man, n ined %Willianm Hadily, said to be a horse-dealer, .was brought up on warirant attlie, Col lin?wooddi Court, on Tuesday,. before Mesars;" Alley, Enade, and :HIolgate, charged with a'saultiiig his 'wife.' Tlie womarin'who :hns had a. family of nine clhihcren,' sid she ;lha been; repeatedly beantn by. her husband, on one occasion haviiig ler collar tbone broken, Whilst on anothei her ribs were . biorken by. his violence. He hal.alan rendered one of the ehiilren a cripple for life.? The pri soner?accused his wife of being a drunk: ard, and ofconsorting withllow.cliaraiicter ht ili tlnot. deiy thath lIhie l ueils via lance towardslher. He also assured the IBench lat that clild wa's born a crip pl The Bench oidered Haddy to pay. a fino f £20, i in: defiiil to lie h niprisoiieI for tixe i nnthe, and als tm thsind a surety; of £5)0, hinself ia alilikolanroio tf to keep ehe penite for sx months
READ IT ALL. IT MAY SAVE YOUR LIFE AMERICAN CO'S HOP BITTERS are THE PUREST AND BEST. Medicine over made. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 13 May 1887
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 13 May 1887
Sermons, Lootures, &oc SiURCH ' OF 'ENGLAND Tihe Rv. Mr. Higgi;k will PRE AC H at 'l'on gala' State School:. et't 1 al1:,?at lKyabram at 8 p.m., and at ,Tatura ,at. p RLE iB 1'ERIf1AN- ' UEIO(II:tI The Rev. A. ,CHAMBERS will PREACH at Tatura at 11: a.m. LE'TCODIST:FtEE OtUIL:CHo. The Rev. Mr.OLEMENS will PREACH at Toolimbia at 11all ..,'and; at Tatura at 8 pti,_i._:_ _ I''ll__ i A'1'18T . HOMIh -Ali88toN The Rev. JONES .will PREACH next Sunday eveling at Tatura at"7T p.m. Wanted. DISTRICT AGENTS WANTED. .. for the PHCENIX FIRE. OFFICE;. of LONDON . Establishcd 1782 over One IHimdred years Losses paid over £15. 000, 000, Accmnulated funds exceed £1,000,000, Annual Income ...... over £800, 000, Lowest rates Prompt and Liberal settlement of claims Victorian Branch 9 Market Ruildings, William-street, Melbourne. R. MANFIEILD TAYLOR, AGIENT. Notices. RIVER'S Horse Ointmenrct. for . Skinds wounds, soresa:, antd °gith galls; usd by. Conch Propiletors, Livlry; Stabloi. Keepers niild ...
TO THE EDITOR OF THE KYABRAM UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 13 May 1887
T??THIE EDITOR OF TIIE KYABRAMI UNION. Sir,-Will you do ,Ie" the favour of in?eting the following fin your vihalalle jou'rnal :- On the' 28tli'Jiinuary, 1887; the guardians?df-thoe Chlirch of England, Tatura, moti ii Rsoleis coniClave i tiilthe uaid chirch!' Saint-Paul (in the chair) Snlits ' 1tattlhew:, Maik, Luke, and John were present. 'I. The whole subject" 'of" their. aeueteoing wnas. my- fraudimlent transnctionans towards the -churchl. -On' the. 4th Fohruary thlei holy. saints met again. It .r ?s'moi?ed by St.' Mltthew, seconded h=by, St:i arlc?"'k, th~it : St. Luke, assisted i.by. St. Peter, " that .thoe..i. thlie . ll?,esped'" Saints s?hould call, and i see' liow : :poor oll-: Boyd was ; thod'saint.; only niade aa brief sojourn. under the' roof of the then, de faiulting caretaker ` Mr. Editor ,Ibeg toiinforin thoe l'blio -of Taturad tliatI -hiveiliquidated tho "money I was accused :of fraudulently a'ppropriating, .anid: I 'hold St. `Lukle's receipt: for the'.same, aiid 'ia I...
Correspondence. A VIGILENCE COMMITTE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE KYABRAM UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 13 May 1887
A VIGILENCE COMMITI'R. TO THE EDITOR OF THE KTYABDIA UNION. Sir,-In a smnll township, such as Tatura, there are many improvements required, and many little things could be attended to, which would tenil to make life nhappy, andl make theltownship prove nore attractive to the eyes of the many strangers who have frequented it for tlhe inst frw montlis. To gain this oliject I wnloil reepectrtlly RsugeAt ti your town renders the ndvriability of callig a public mectin- fo,r t.he purnee of ap iointing a Vigilence Co'ijmittee. Let tle dutieR of the Riidl eonminittoe be to b"ring under thý nntice of tlie M. P. for their district all:and every urgent reqnire montql of the town in tie shape of public hnilhlinig. &c... nd alMso to urge on tlhe Council RPveral amnnll imnrovemints, viz., thle Prection of the Shire Hall. the drainage of the town, the gravelling of the streetR and footpaths, nmid any.other little mntters that nre urgieitly roquiied. We knotw that union is strengeh, aid we ...
PRACTICAL EDUCATION. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 13 May 1887
'RIAUTICAL EDUCATLOUN. In a recent issue of the Tooroomba Chronicle (N.S.W.), the following singular advertisement appears :-" A person who dues not wish his name or his residence to be known, is so inm pressed pith the ilea that the training of young women of the present diay is not such as to fit tihe for tile position ,f . good housewives and mothers, is willing to give two prizes-First prize, £50 ; second prize. £25 ; to be comr Iputed for by the ynung women of the )Dadling Downs District. The quali ficntins to be as foulows :-1l Age frim 15 to 21 years. 2. Figure, strong, well-grown, healthy, with go'd carriage. 3. 'Io lie able;to road English well aloudm, to write a decent letter nccording"- t grirtinnatical rules, to perflorml on some nusical instrument, or sing mjlderati?ly well. 4. To be able to cnt out and make their own dressems and. ulnderi clothing ; dresses to 'be :neat., No artificial means (uchl as parils, steel hoops, high-heeled boots. etc, 'et.); will be allowed. ...
SHOCKING RAILWAY DISASTER FIVE KILLED, FIFTY WOUNDED. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 13 May 1887
SLOCuXINl RliAILWAY DISASTE - FIVE KILLED, FIFTY WOUlNDED. An awful railway catastrophe occurrd . oi Wehnesda~ y evening last on. the Brigh-l ton line; ,between-Pfararain and Windsor: What is.'caIll'di an " ordinary train. leaves'?tll? .Flinders-street station for . , Balacla?:? at' 5.80 i p.m., stopping. at - Richmond; Sudth' Yarra, and! trphrain, but not at Windsor. "- On Wednesday, just as this train had passed the High .Stleethliidge,'it'was brought to a stand *still;by an sccident to the Westinghonseo brake. There is an express train leavingj ..tlhe.:Elinder-streeot station at 5.40 p.,!irn which makes,its first stoppage at Wind-t sor. This tiain is usually crowded, aind. ..was.quite full..last. night., Of.cournoe, ?. between Melbourne and Windsoritgriins' :'i?? t elceri'rdiii"ordinary train. Usually it passes through Prabranrabout nix: r ,miulitea after the ordinary train, througlh . sonse disastrouis blundering the express train lastnignht was driveii ilito the or-: inary, tra...
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 13 May 1887
GOVERNMENT( GAZETTE Supreme Court Sittings will be held.. bon ,ti Septembier; General Sessionson the 21st: July ; County ~,~irt on the 21 at Jiily at 8he~parton f and at Rush worth on: thlie 20th July.' Applicstionse forleasese approved * Robert?Miller, 208 acres,; Murchieo.s'; (ieorgo" Srtratori-200 acres; Uniddea ; . Tnomas',:Quirlc, l2a: Or.: 3p'.?i'?lO Ir oopna; oh ''o1' Joh C :9?o', 2: 1 pt (ip ir= " gnrre East; Ma`y'Ratiddll, 870a?0r Olp Issue of new licenses :-Elizbeth lY Bryant, "lISa. ?r. ;9p., ,riMurchisoiie.;r l ýM ichliael Spreehan. 20a,;. Mopr'a,: ;i? , 'Imipoutided at Ecliuca, 27th April: ,, D'ay o asestar, saddle--and- collar markcedenoar fore.end. off hind coronet." ,y rwhIiit, shod off hind foot B os'er M near i shouldor...White steer, top off'off iar;" tar , oi"top 'of shoilder,. CP off rump. ; ' ,1o'.o bsll on 1st Jaite. .Iiiptiiidl d at [oore; 80th April :-Smell strawberry,: bull, liolein" each ear, O8 neartruti?p? ligiht bred 'bay, horse, saddld; and cellar"; in...
HORSES AND THEIR DRIVERS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 13 May 1887
HORSES AND THEIR DRIVE??S It has often occurred to us that the utility and age of horses are seriously affected and shorteoned by the thougtless action of drivers. It is but too common a practice, when a horse is rising a hill, or wihen, perhaps, in the middle of a hill, for a driver to make a sudden'slash with the wip. This with'a spririted horse, is followed by a sudden bound in re sponse to the unexpzcted call- upon its powers, possibly powers that were at the time at the extreme limit of tension. Apply this test to a human being, and anyone would naturally infer that its general effect would result ii rupture, greater or less, of internal` organs, or sprain of some joint. Can we wonder if the same result follows in a horse, especially when the treatment is con tinued day aster day the year throughout? Under such circumstances the wonder is that any horse escapes serious .injury, and we may naturally infer thr.t a large proportion of horses are thus rendered comprl?atively valule...