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Harkee, Merchant Man. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 15 June 1894
Harkeo, Merchant Man. A-ataond for Action, which makes business love, D-for the Dash, which ne'er gets in a groove: V--standt for Vim, which e'er leads to suo. E-for the Enerpy hustlers posess ; --etande for Iteason, to which good sense yields, T--tande for Type, which the world's sceptre wields; --stande for Industry, handmaid of thrift, 8-for the Sales which don't come as a gift I-stands for Indolence, man's greatest curse, N-for the Nothing in Lazybones' puree; Q-stands for Gold, which you all want to get; P- stands for Patience, which bids you not fret, A-for advice that you keep out of deht; Y-etands for You, sir, whom thus I devise, 8-for Success if you but ndvertis,'. --",9c-bus Dispstch, ' W\Vl is the interior of Africa prlecipolly used furl auked a teacher of a pupil ii g8o r purposes of eoploration was the rosiul
POST-OFFICE INTELLIGENCE. MAILS CLOSE AT P.O., TATURA:— [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 15 June 1894
POST-OFFICE INTELLICENCE. ---o-- MAILS CLOBE AT P.O., TATUIORA : For Melbourne, at 4.50 p.m. and 10.30 p.m. For Travelling Post Officc-4.60 p.m. and 10.30 p.m. . For Toolamba-4.60 p.m. For Murchison-10.30 p.m. For Echca--11.15 a.m. and 8 p.m. For Kyabram-11.15 am. and 8 p.m. Mcrrigum-11.15 am. Baldwinsville-11.15 a.m. For Harston, Cooma, Harrison's, Girgarre -11.15 a.m., Monday, Wednesday, Friday. For Gillicston, ToolambaWest-12.20 p.m., Monday, Wednesday, Friday. For North.west Mooroopna (loose bag) 12.20 p.m., Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
LADIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 15 June 1894
LAIMIES. A lady writr couusels moust wirely when dho atdvBwe young girl to be careful about t~hilr conduct tovardls the young tun that they moot. U3o srya : " I will take it for granted thd isu teo pretty, arid ierbhaps a little gay ?C~3 thoughtless as well. it I have pietured you correctly, remcr.'tee that to be thoughtlesa countetautu buing pre:ty. You know the proverbs-'An a joe',.l .!f gcid in a awino'a snout, to is a fair woman w'ith out diecrotiou.' And no modern po :vetsh vender or monder said a truer thing. Do he diecrcet; do not think that you:.g mlrn cro the only d.lightful peop!o un tbo v:weld, or .a?t as if you thought o. i(eep them Ct. a proper disfane ;n no man liken or r.ie etats a tul who oines aft,:r him, deftl tl .I h'a opinion, %lah him say tudo thi;ngo to her, and t.lko libattion of upccch or notion. Agpio, doa't go out driving or walking or ea?i!'t. alone with any young roun. i'arhapl yoe. will tell rm that cit all do it. Not wall. bred girls, my de:ar: ,f you h...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 15 June 1894
CHURCH NOTICES. CaunCH of ENGLAND. - Kyabram, at 11 a.m.; Tatura, at 7 p.m.-Rev. J. T. BATE. PRESBYTERIAN CURncn. - Tatura, 11 na.m, ; Murchison, at 2.80; and Toolamba at 6.30 p.m.--REv. A. CIIAMBEI,. BAPTIST Cuuncn. - Tatura, at 11 p.m.--REV. 8. PITMAN. UNITED FREE METHODIST CIOaCHi, Mechanics' Hall.-Tatura, at 11a.m., Rev. ItR. L. Reid. Certainly the best medicine known is Sander and Son's Eucalypti Extract. Test its eminently powerful effects in coughs, colds, influenza-the relief is instantaneous. In serious cases, and accidents of all kinds, be they wounds, burns, scaldings, bruises, sprains, it is the safest remedy-no swellings nor inflammation. Like surprising effects produced in croup, diphtheria, bronchitls, inflammation of the lungs, swelling, etc., Sdiarrhoea, dysentery, diseases of the kidneys and urinary organs. In use at Hospitals. and medical clinics allover the globe : patronised by His Majesty the King of Italy ; crowned with medal and diploma at International. Exhi...
CASUAL JOTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 15 June 1894
CASUAL JOTTINGS. [BY FLYAWAY.] Now that the Shire Council has actually determined to improve the road between Mooroopna and Shepparton, a thrill of fear pervades the community lest; in a thoughtless moment, some ardent councillor should get a motion passed to fill up the Post Office lake and the Great Western reservoir. I trust no member of the council will be so radical as to take such a step, especially in view of the movement now on foot among the young people of the town to initiate bohunting parties of a Wednesday after noon, and construct refreshment booths on the banks. I understand also that arrangements have nearly been com pleted for holding the first great regatta in a month or so, when a few trifling matters, such as dredging, etc., have been attended to. The locality will then be almost as lively as the Port Melbourne pier on a Sunday. Flyaway, therefore, trusts thattthe matter will be left in abeyance for a while ; but, in the meantime, councillors might devote a littl...
THE FARM. The Old Methods of Farming. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 15 June 1894
THE FARM. T'ie Old llethod,? s of Fa'nmeng. How awfully hard were the old ways of farming, As sad recollection presents tham to light, The old iron plough thab like drawn by the oxen, Those solemn old oxen that wouldn't go right. The planting of corn, the broadcast hand eowing, That cutting out weeds with a hoe from the corn, The back aching work of hilling up" taters," That made us long so for the sound of the horn, The old tin resonoder that called as to dinner, How blest was the time when we heard the Sin horn. And then came the haying with wearisome labor * Of eutting with saythe, the grass to make hay. Of raking with hand-rake, of pitohing and loading And sweating to death as we moved it away. Then harvesting grain with long.fingered cradles, The binding with straw-'twas so hard and so slow, The threshing with flails or tramping with oxen, And cleaning from chabat when a strong wind would blow, The old-fashioned harvest, that awful hard harvest, That back-breaking harvest, we'r...
IMPOUNDINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 15 June 1894
IMPOUNDINOS. BENALLA.-Red and white or straw berry cow, white face, top off both ears, no visible brand; Red heifer calf, bald face, white under belly, top off both ears, progeny of above, no visible brand; flea-bitten grey mare, about 14.3 hands high, pigeon-toed, branded J near shoul der, scar orillegible brand off rump; mouse coloured colt foal, pony breed, progeny of above, no visible brand. To be sold on 4th July.. EonvucA.-Red cow, near horn broken, no visible brand; red cow, white face, EC off rump ; red bull calf, white face, no visible brand; red cow, piece off off ear, triangle near rump, like Y near thigh; rod heifer, white face, no visible" brand ; red'heifer, piece out of ear, WP off rump; strawberry heifer, piece out of ear, WP off rump ; red steer, piece out off ear, WP off rump ; red and white heifer, piece out off ear, WP off rump; red and white steer, piece out off ear, WP off rump; red and white heifer, piece out off ear, WP off rump; white heifer, hole and slit n...
That Dog and Sheep. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 15 June 1894
Tthat Dog andt Sheep. We know one flock of ten pure.bred sheopp swhich produced in one season twenty-three lambs, the proceeds of which, when sold, netted £6 for each owe. The profits on the land used to produce these lambs would be very large. Everyone could'not do as well, perhaps, but our argument is that it is wisec to produce that which gives the beast returns, even though we mutt ohange our methods and destroy some sentiment. But it is nevertheless trpe that in come parts of the country those who would like to be keepers of sheep cannot do so, because of the pre valence of dogs in the neighborhood. In the days of the early. church, dogs must have. been considered emblems of evil because of the illustration used in giving warning, "Beware of dogs." Whether this be so or not, we are bold to say, the accumulation of. a number of dogs in any community is only evil, and that continually. If you com mence on any given concession and start through, taking special account of every dog...
GAZETTE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 15 June 1894
GAZETTE NOTICES. Permits to occupy.-Emily J. Cross, 3a. Or. 25p., Murchison North; Fred. Loof, 12a. Or. 13p., Katanmatite; Jas. Mackie, Ga. 3r. 8p., Miepoll; Winm. H. Mill, 20a., Echuca; Fredk. Pettman, 5a. Or. 5kp., Yalca; Ann Teitz, 20a., Yarrowieyah ; Thos. Price, 7a. Or. 11p., Colhina?hbin.
Short Horn and Angus. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 15 June 1894
Bhort-Horne anti Angus. We are asked which is the best CimsI, the Short-horn or Aberdeen.Angur, an, which would do best on the plaint,. Tb~ question as to which is the beat, we, cannoe answer, and we do not think anyonef else can. The comparative merits of the A?berdeen. Angus have not been settled. Thee a has not been time enough to settle them. The Short horn we believe to be about at good an animal as is bred. We have alw ys thought' so. Even when we were bre diog other breeds we had no reason to change our mind. We are not saying that they are ths' best. We do not know that fsat is trune. But under favorable oiroumstanoas, the Short. horn is hard to beat. It is u.ot as good a rustler, however, as either the Hereford or the Aberdeen.Angus. The Aberdeen.Angue has always impressed us very finely. Thee animal is compactly built and shows most excellent development in the most profltable parts of a beetfprodunlog animal. For, rustling it would we have no doubt prove suptrlor to the S...
TATURA URBAN TRUST. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 15 June 1894
TATURA URBAN TRUST. The monthly meeting of the above trust was held on Monday evening last, when there were present---Commissioners Williams (chairman) C. W. Wilson, and W. Hunter. An apology was received from Com Walshe for non-attendance. CORRESPONDoENCE. From Richard Hanlon, inquiring whether the trust were agreeable to com plete the contract of one acre of land from him, the purchase money for which was fixed at £40, as the channel had now been completed by the Rodney trust. -Thle secretary and chairman were in structed to see Mr Hanlon in reference to the transfer of the land. From Secretary of Victorian Water Supply Department, forwarding a copy of a memorandum by Mr T. Murray, C.E., of this deportment, relative to his recent inspection of the works at the pumping station of their trust, as follows : In company with the Trust Engineer, the works at the pumping station of the Tatura Waterworks Trust were inspected on the 29th inst. The following matters were noted : The excavat...
HUMOR. The Wail of the Housekeeper [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 15 June 1894
HUMOR. The Wail of the HousekeePer One day as I wandered I heard a complain. And saw a poor woman the picture or gloom; She glared at the mud on the doorstep Andthins w he-wail as she wielded the broom: " Oh, lifo is a toil and blye is.a trouble, And beauty will facd ~id riches will dee; And pleasures they dwindle and prices they double, And nothing is what I could wish it to be. "There's too much of worriment goes to a bonnet, There's too muoh of ironing goes to a shirt; There's nothing that pays for the time you waste on it There's nothing that lasts but trouble and dirt. * It's sweeping at six, and dusting at seven; It's victuals at eight, and dishes ast nine; it's plotting and panning from ten to eleven We searce break our fast ere we plan how to dine.1 "Last night, in my dreams, I was stationed for ever On a bare little isle In the'midst of the My one hsance of life was a ceaseless en* deaver To sweep off the waves erethey swept over me. "Alas! it was no dream. Again I beheld I...
THE PAN TAX. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 15 June 1894
THE PAN TAX. For some months past an agitation has been going on by the residents to have the present pan charges abolished; and thie councillors themselves are divided on the question. A deputation waited on the council at its last meeting on the subject, and the conversation waxed warm, and Cr M'Carten made some objectional remarks to the deputation. This did not mend matters, and since then a meeting has been held at. foo roopna, which was unanimously in opposition to the tax, and passed a resolution asking Cr M'OCarten to ex plain or apologise. On Monday evening last, a similar mneeting took place at the Tatura Mechanics' Hall, at which about 70 or 80 persons attended. In the absence of the president, who is suffering from indisposition, Cr T. Hogan occupied the chair, and stated that they. were all well aware of the object of. the meeting. He regretted the absence of the president, because it was caused through illness. The ques tion under notice was noxious, and lihe was disgu...
DAYS OF DANGER. (COPYRIGHT.) NARRATIVES OF THE BUSHRANGING TIMES IN VAN DIEMAN'S LAND. PERIOD 1812 TO 1813. THE BLACK RANGER. (IN TWELVE PARTS) PART III. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 15 June 1894
,DsAYS OF DANGER. (COPYRaoIT.) , NARRATIVES OP Ti!E BUSHRANGING TINES VAN DIEMAN'S LAND. t By CdPI'.r1JI L AC11·J PERIOD i812 To ISIS. THE BLACK RANGER. 4AF' TVEL VE PARTS.) PART III. Another man rushed towards the newcomer as he fired, and both the outlaws now endeavored to get aim at the men behind the log. Occasionally a shot would be heard to the right or left, and the desultory fight seemed neither to advance or recede. For nearly an hour this lasted with little harm to either side, and at last, with dare devil courage, Howe urged Whitehead to make a rush and push it one way or the other. The outlaw seemed to have a contempt for life, and his leader was of the same disposition. The resolve was no sooner made than it was carried into execution. With a loud hallo, which was a signal to the bushrangers to advance, Howe and Whitehead rushed from their place of concealment and ran towards the forked log where O'llirnic and Humphray lay. Th'e latter were forced to rise up to defend t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 15 June 1894
GARDE= CHGRYSTAL S MYULTPLE S LOUIS 3, 4, 5, or 6 FURROW. These ploughs are constructed on the newest and best mechanicalprineiples; ensuring the utmost strengthwith. least weigtlit anl comilication of parts. The oBdii`aind Slhri"ic b'of `he finest quality CAST STEEL, thoroughly tested, pioved, and guaranteed. Farmers requiring such ploughs should certainily inspect before purchasing else where. -------O Garde & Chrystal, Blackwood-st., N. Melbourne. SWAN 8L CO'S. LATEST IMPROVED TRAVELLING CHAFF- CUTTER, WITII BAG-FILLER. SWAN AND CO. ALSO MANUFACTURE Strippers, Winnowers, 2 and 3-Knive Chaffcutters HORSE POWElt, ALL SIZES. PORTABLE ENGINES ALWAYS ON HAND N.B.-Price Lists and Illustrations Free by Post on Application. SWA'Ný& CO Blackwood Street, NORTH MELBOURNE. GEO. GIBBINS & C.O S PATENT Was unanimously awanhrd First Prize against All Comers, and the only Medal awarded by thl Royl Agricultural Society to any colonial manufacturer amongsl the I ;::io,; e '...
Swallows Invade a Steamer. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 15 June 1894
Swallows Invade a Steamer. A rather ourious episode in natural his. tory occaurred the other day on board the French steamboat Abd-el.Kader during the passage from Marseilles to Algiers. Just as the vessel was about two hours out the sky became quite black with swallows. It was then about six o'clook in the evening. The birds lighted in thousands on the sails,. ropes, and a Abd-el.Kader. After a perky. survey of the dock from their eminences aloft they descended cooly on deck, hopped: about among the sailors and passengers and eventually found their way into the cabine both fore and aft. The birds were evidently fatigued after a long flight and allowed them. solves to be caught by the people of the ship, who gave them a welcome reception and provided them with food'which they enjoyed heartily. The lt4le -winged strangers re mained all night on the vessel, and in the morning at seven o'clock the head lookout bird no doubt sigbted the Baleario Isles, for the whole flock made for land,...
SHORT STORY. Stallion and Tiger. A Fierce Combat to Decide the Fate of a Young Beauty. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 15 June 1894
SHORT STORY. Stallion and Tiger. A Fierce Combat to Decide the Fate of a Young Beauty. "Djeridgowka will kill.tho stallion at the first spring," said the Rajah in his lazy, ar rogant and heartless way. "There is no tiger of hill or jungle that can compare with my Djeridgowka (thunder spear) for size, strength and ferociy. The white steed, were he twenty.fold the equine hero you claim for him, eahib Colonel, would not evade his doom. He will go down like a shot and you will no longer dispute my guardianship over Mahala. the demure llttlelNautch girl under your wing themre?" "oBut, your Excellency," said the officer addressed, " i the stallion should win the girl will go to Bombay with me, acording to your august promise ?" The dusky potentate waved his arm whose jewel.stifened sleeve fairly blazed with the movement. -' You have my word, sahib," was his super ailine reply. "The word of Djampudra Hassan, Bajah of Nagpoor is his bond." "Certainly," called out Major Poindexter, another r...
TAKING DOWN A STOVE [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 15 June 1894
T'AK(ING DOWN A STOVE a R P.S. PERKINS has devoted this week J to the onerous duty of cleaning house. Since six o'clock ont Monday morn ing that estimable lady has been the motive power of many brushes and cloths, and of much water and soap. At various hours when I have made my appearance near the house I have caught sight of her portly form through several windows, a flacien hIndker chief concealing her temples and 'vering the site of her chignon. There was an expression of des. .edness upon her features that pained Ine while I beheld, but which at the saune time led Int to remark to myself that it was not the most favourable time for making a call, and thus looking and apprehending I would turn sadly away. Monday morning we had our breakfat,. iin our owii comfortable dining-room. At noon I took my dinncer from the lid of the ice clhest. It was dreadful cold and tasted clammy and disagreeable. In the evening I stood back of tioe stove and partook of a slice of bread (the butter had...
TATURA POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, JUNE 8, (Before Messrs Smallman, P.M., C. W. Wilson, and T. Hogan, Esqs., J's.P.) DEBT CASES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 15 June 1894
TATURA POLICE COURT. FnRIDAY, oJUNE 8, (Before Messrs Smallman, P.M., C. W. Wilson, iind T. Hogan, Esqs., J's.P.) DEinT CASES. Williams and Co. v. Denis Kelly; £8 5s. No appearance of defendant. Order for amount with 20s costs. W. A. Ritchie v: G: Davis. Post poned for a fortnight. [Mr Williams here took his seat on the bench.] G. Diddams v. W. Bartram ; £1 3s 4d. No appearance of defendant. Order for amount and 15s costs. Mason and Wilson .v. T. Roach; Garnishee order. This case was before the court at a previous sitting, when IMr Martin Malone, contractor, was made the garnishee, and he then stated that Roach had a sub-contract under him, on which an amount of money would be owing when the contract was completed. An adjournment of the case was then made to allow of Roach finishing the work, Malone being cautioned not to pay Roach the money. Mr Malone did not appear, and an order was made absolute for £3 14s, with 16s costs. Mr Argyle appeared for the judgment creditors. ; . [Mr Wi...
A DEAR HAUNCH OF MUTTON. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 15 June 1894
A DEAR HAUNCH OF MUTTON. AVOIEN. the Duke of Bedford wa.s Lord Lieutenant of.Ireland in 1806, he was once, while dining with Lord Sligo, earnestly recommended to taste a fine haunch to Glyndo mutton, to which his Grace, himself a breeder and admirer of South Downs, and well acquainted with Mr. Ellman, readily acceded ; but no politeness to his noble host would move him to finish the slice, or say it was other than rank in flavour and' terribly tough. On inquiry, the dis appointed Marquis ascertained that hise shepherd, who had been ordered to kill the I beal South Down sheep, had, in accordance! with the doctrines of political economy, which estimates everything at its market . price, actually slaughtered for the vice regal banquet a ram for which Lord Sligo had a few weeks before paid two hundred nuineas. -" .