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NORTH-EASTERN AND GOLBURN VALLEY PASTORAL AND AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 13 May 1887

NORTIT -E.ASTERN AND GOLBUIlN VALTLEY PASTORAL AND. AGILi CULTUIrAL ASSOCIATION. Tihe unral monthly nmeeting of tlhe ihove society was held in thie lechanics' Shall, on Saturday nlst. Present-Messrs. Cross (president), Chestnut, Hogan, gtrnwhorn, Allan, Love, Bazeley, Archi bald, Patterson, Williams, lreen, Brewer WVilon, Gellion, M'Leod, Manning, lMoncrieff, 'Barron, Pagan, Mactier anlil' the secretary., The tminuteR of the previous meeting were read-and confirmed. CORREHPONDENCE. From D. S, Menzior. apologising for non-attendance 'at thie' meeting.'-ll e-' coived. From Donald .District. Pastoral and Agricultural Sihciety, stating, that their unnual show will be held on. Wednesday 1and Thursday, 14th and 15th Septenmber. -lReceived. From Nuturkah Agricultural Society, stating that the 28th September was tlhe day fixed for their show.-Received. From Sheppnrton Society, stating that the days fixed for their' show were the 2' 6th and 27th October. Rec'eied. From Kyneton Society,. stat...

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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PRODUCE REPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 13 May 1887

1MiE1 C1A ' 1NTELLIG}ICE PR ODUCE RiE s-O`TS -: ` 'The grain mar.ketobs been extremely dli vary little comitl in. The epries rema in at n:ast quotations :-- t : , r i: Messars Williams nd Co. repsrtthe " ,.irket as.fuivs:--Wl etat, W .s., ItJ Ba rley, 4q 7l; g; d o'samlnpi , oats; from S2'4d4'to The following nro the consignees now lying at the . Tatura rnilway station?:-H; •Ilyan, Litidlaw, lntcliffe, II. Williams, Ilalkyalr, Field, Doildge, "Lansley, Hunter. and lDalglish. Morrissey, Stolkosky Horner, Wilson, Grover, Ilogan, Bray, ,Agricultural Society, Meson, Darby. Aridrcws' , Scott, Sl'Elgunn, Mills,-Roouey, Davis, Whitfield, and Gray. The following are tare exports from the ?rilh?ay astatlon:-- -j -" Wheat - ' BBilr 2 trucks of pigs, 6 i4res of traw, trunk of sheep. Dairy produce S tons. The National 31ortgago and Agecny Com pany, (lmtdl.,) report having sold privately during week ending 7th May,11887, 7486 bags of produce, viz. :-Wheat, ,8s .illd to 4s; flour, £ s s to £9 ;, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 13 May 1887

THO.NMAS. ' B;AZE:LE 'S S (:. : Late J. TIERNEY'S), .. T?ltST-CLASS ACCOMMIODATJON," unremitting attention; andierry Sobtainable ,comfort are' offered to .,, BOARDERS ,and tle,TRAVELLING PUBLIC. The Wines. And Xpltlm nre lPersonal.y ,:selected fro thne , Stocks of lhe best Proldancers. - ,: BILLIARDS I, ,BILLIARDS i : BILLIARDS !! HORSES and BUGGIES always on 'HIRE. ?iExtensive and 'comfortable :s A T' INI G A C COMM D TI:O N. HIOGAN'S. COMMERCIAL: HOTEL, T IOMAS HOGAN begs to intimate to the surrounding inhabitants and public gesnerally that Superior Accommodation and 'Moderate Charges are he speciality of this first-class hotel. All Liquors of the Ilest' railnds stll Plarest lQunality only" BILLIAiLRDS ' 'BILLIARDS I!; -BILlIARDS!!! SUPERIIU STABLING aid' ACCOMMODATION PALDDOCKS. Horses'Rld lBuggies, as well as 'Buggy Pairs always on :ire. FINN'S :.3USH: INN, CASEY-ST. : TATURA. FIRST-CLAS SS .ACCOMMODAT ION FOR TRAJ VELLE RS; Vine' Alcsial:nn! Spirits Hof the Best Brands. NEW' SE...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 13 May 1887

.For.; Sale. jOR SAL t ree-qunarterb red Berk S- shioe weauer'. .::i;"EORG COATES, IInldwinvilleo. SFor ;Sale. P URE Purple Straw SEED WHEAT, free fromll any mixture, m:.ay .:be ad by, pplyingA to LEWIS BYRNE,! Ba : ldwinisville. 1JIIEVELIER. SEED BARLEY, ''- from; Mr. IUingh Drum's, farm. , Apply to' F. WILLIAMS &-.CO., :: Notice, .to Farmers. flIRST-CLASS Seed WHEAT !. BAR JEY, (Battledore or OCape) liAd OATS . for Saloe at Day's Flour Mill, South Mdidrchisoa0?i?:.. ` :.';( ;.MANN- DAY, :21st March 1887 .A' ; E ST ROS UGOUrBURN VALIflY 1 5URSERY, M 00 Ro .00rN A, , Hare an eplenldid lot of.FRUIT '. :, ;r. Tl-EIflSFOR' SALEaIt 12Is.' per, do.en.? ',Oirnnges hnad Leion 3 .8ed, pier, dozen, 6 I. l - Os. pcri? 100, £05. per. 1000 V i YmVc well: ronoted, ~wipe, va rietiee, £7 peri1000 orLi ,per ' 1 00:. Cuttiugs ditto 1,s. per 1000. Choico table, raisine, (Go?rdo :(Blannco) andil curiant ;varieties, £10 per 1000, £1 : :: per 100, 4s. cer dozen * Uuttuign ditto, B0e per 1000. . ...

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WARANGA SHIRE COUNCIL. TUESDAY, MAY 3rd, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 13 May 1887

WARANGA SHIRE COUNCIL. TUEsDAY, MAY 3rd, 1887. Present-The President (Cr; Wigg) and Crs.' Brisbane, Phillips, Barratt, Fergusson, Pook, Healey, and Nolan. The minutes of the previous ordinary, adjourned, and special meetings were read and confirmed. CO0RESPONDENCE. "Letter from Department of Mines and Water.Supply, inviting attention to letters of 10th February and 17th nit.;, re reservation of allotment 62, 65, and 67, parish of Mooroopna.-Referred to Rodney Shire. From same, authorising this Council to apply £961 12s'ld towards the pay ment of interest upon the United Ecliica and Waranga Waterworks Trust Loan; To stand over. From Jas. Shackell, Esq., M.P., re the constructioin of the railway between Murchison and Rushworth, stating that no delay wonuldnow be made in the con strucion of the railway. Received with than s. From Office of Lands and Survey, directing attention to a letter dated 24th Juno,,1886, 'tating that before a grant can issue for ir 37p of land in the Parish-of U...

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THE SLEEPING FRENCHMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 13 May 1887

THE' SLEEPING ' FRENCHMAN: The sleepin Frenchmn at' :t hotel` in '.oho "is,'l observes the Daily Newt "afr ni.ore geuinoe sensationl tliei -ai?t rif thie fasting Itali toe.who hiaven lately; e:hlbited -their 'talent in going witholttheti i l ineis, at sit nuch' a head. ' lie, too, in a sense, sleeps' for: money, hut not for money taken at the doors. He" has losit £82, how it is not exactlyi known, but 'apparently ,by foul: play, and the anguishlof it has brought on ani old'nnd well-know nervous affec tion of which one of the symptoms-ais a profoundilsleep. Chlufnat, for. that is his natme, has been in a" kind of .trahce for nine days, and he may continue in'it weeks to:come.; It is hot, even in'sem .blance, a sleip of death, for the breath ing is regudlr; but, at - first; tlieo;oo canioinal'intuiterirg showed that itjbws,, with ellit exceptions, one long dieam cf-'mental;pain. He 'muttered-about £82, about a cabniantiwh6' robbedi hini 'Aiid whie?l( number hie, knew; aliiot'a laily'w...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 13 May 1887

Notices. . A DVANCE on WOOL, IGRAIN, SL. &~, STOCK, STATION PRO :I)UCE of all kinds. :New Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency ,1 Company (Limited.) ' CAPITAL ... ... £3,500,00u ' ESEIRVE FUND ... £ 27,00( Make Liberal Cash Advances on Station S.:a.rities, S'neuing Clips of Wool, Grain, &,o FOR SALE in MELBOURNE,. Or SHIPMENT to LOND('N. ltuction Sales of Wool held regularly ItutJmghout the season. Auction Sales of Tallow,. Hides, Sheepskilns, Leather, &c., three times a week thromghout the year. Auction Sales of Grain, Flour, &c., he'id every'VWedinesday.< i ' . DA'VID ELDER, Matitger:) ' 1. YOUNGHUSBAND, Wool and Produce Manager. Melbourne Wool and Grain Warehouses, Collins-street West. Pianos. Pianos. Organs. Organs. W R. F.URLONG . 84 Ssranston-street, (Four .doors fromn Bourke-strect.) Pinnnos: byy ,RnisRh, Sliedma?er, Lipp, Atelier, Bord, Schrolr, Wilmer, &c. Agent for the celebrated Mignon pisnos ; Clough and Warren Organs. NOT...

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MR. J. LONGSTAFF. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 13 May 1887

Mr. J. LONGSTAFF.   The last issue of Punch contains a portrait of this rising young artist, to gether with the following sketch :— Mr. J. Longstaff is the painter of that beau tiful picture now being exhibited among the year's work of the students at the National Painting School, and entitled; "Breaking the News." At the private view the picture was purchased for the sum of 100 guineas by the firm of Messrs. A. E. Clarke and Co. Mr. Longstaff is a native of Clunes, and a son of Mr. J. Longstaff of Shepparton. At an early age he carried off many first prizes as juvenile student in the local Schools of Design. Four years ago, when the National Painting school was just finding its new stability, under its present most efficient director, Mr. Folingsby, young Longstaff became one of its students. At the end of the first year he obtained the second prize for painting ; at the end of his second year the first prize, and he repeated the achievement at the end of his third yea...

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KYABRAM. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 13 May 1887

Dr. John Henry Carney, Esq., M.B., rice W. Guy M'Lennan, Esq., M.R.C.S., whose resignation has been   accepted,has been appointed public vaccinator for Kyabram. Captain Hicks, of the local rifle-club,   has been doing some remarkable shooting lately. Within the last few days he has   twice reached the remarkable score of 97 out of a possible 100 points, at 400 and 500 yards. On one occasion he scored 10 bulls-eyes in succession at 500 yards range. The annual general meeting of the   Kyabram Football Club, was held at the Albion Hotel, on Thursday evening last. There was a large attendance, and the following office-bearers were elected for the ensuing season. Patrons : Hon. D. Gillies, Jas. Shackell. Esq., M.L.A.'s. President: A. Cuffe Esq.; Vice-presi- dents: Messrs. Donkin, M'Carten, and O'Brien ; General Committee : Messrs. Forer, Jno. M'Kenzie, Lund, Rust, Turnley, and the office-bearers ; Match Committee : Messrs. Begg, Forer, ...

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The Kyabram Unio[?] PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. FRIDAY. MAY 13, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 13 May 1887

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY.   FRIDAY, MAY 13, 1887 A correspondent, signed "A Fre   quent Visitor," in another column, has thrown out a very good suggestion in the matter of forming a Vigilence Com mittee. Mooroopna, Shepparton and Numurkah have adopted this plan, and the result has been that the local repre sentatives have been kept posted up in the requirement of their representative localities. We have called the attention of our councillors to the fact that a sub- committee were formed to select a site for the Shire Hall. Several meetings have been held since the resolution was passed, but up to the present no positive action has been taken. Another subject that was passed and allowed to lapse was the drainage of the land belong to Mrs. Ross. At the time the reso lution was passed, some three months since, the land on the north side of Goulburn street was dry, and as a conse quence no water for the cattle. Throught the copious rainfall we have had, there wa...

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FATAL TRAMWAY ACCIDENT. A MAN KILLED IN COLLINS STREET. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 20 May 1887

FATAL TRAMWAY ACCIDENT. I MAN KILLED IN COLLINS STREET. At about a quarter past 10 o'clock on Saturday night, tranicar No. 62, travell ing froms Spencer street in Collins street, ran on to a young man named William Ross, a solicitor's clerk, opposite Temple Court, knocked him down sad dragged him several yards, inflicting injuries of so serious a nature upon hint that he died before reaching theM'elbourne Hos pital, to which lie was inmmediately con veyed. At the place where the accident occurred the City Council are having wooden blocks laii down st the side of the tramroad, and there is a plank path way for foot passengers to cross. The driver of the tram, Edward Colenso, states that the deceased suddenly walked out from this pathway in front of the car. Colenso did not wastS time by ringing his bell, but shouted out to him, and used both hands to loosen the gripper. and apply the brake, which he effected as soon as he saw the man's danger. Ross was, however, so close that the dun...

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LOSS OF A POCKET-BOOK CONTAINING £1,000. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 20 May 1887

LOSS. OF A POCKET-BdIOK CONTAINING i9,000, r On Saturday morning Mr. W. Sykes, a farmer residing at Dandenong, received two cheques from Messrs. Campbell, .Prtt, and Co., cattle salesmen, for £990 and £10 respectively. He cashed the larger.one at the Colonial Bank, at the corner of' Elizabeth anrd Little Collins Streets, receiviing nine .100 notes, three £10 ,notes, and the re mainder in smaller notes. He sat dlown at one of the tables in the ianking-room to count the money, arid afterwards placed both the money and the smaller cheque in a pocket-book. He then, to the bestol his recollection, as he" states, pnt the pocket-book into&the breast pocket of his coat. lie left the bank, and had reached tile General Post-office, when Ihe found that the iPcket-book was not in his poeeRssionl. Hfe immediately returnedto t the bank, but nothing had been seen of the book there, and it was not on the table where he had counted his money. He has come to the con clusion that the book was'...

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MR. WYATT'S APPOINTMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 20 May 1887

MR. WYATT'S_ APPOINTMENTS." Courts will be held as follow during the half-year ending 80th June: MAY. Murchison, 25th ltushworth, 26th Tatura,: 27th Rushworth. 23rd Tatura~ 24th

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TASMANIAN WOMEN'S JUBILEE ADDRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 20 May 1887

'T. , ,ASMANIAN ,WOMEN'S JUBILEE ADDRESS. '.,The following, from The Mercury, is : cop of .tlhe address sent to the Queen: T;'! o' th e Queen's Most Excellent Msjeeaty=.-Madam,--We, your loyal and • 'faithful aubjects,the women and girls of "your colony of Tasmania, though few and tfr off, beg to offer to Your Ma e 'ty. th assuranee of our devotion to "your .persn and throne, and our hearty congratalations on the Jubilee of your reign..: The destinies of a world-wide empire have, by God's providence been entrustal to your keeping during the 50 -ears :aost memorable in history for political changes and the re-settlement ,;i nataions, for the expansion of British •power and colonial development, for haian 'enterprise and material progress, .and:we feel that the universal so. .-ndowledgineat of how well asp nobly the .high' ad diffibult truset nikn tidg 'dis charged by you at Home anrill £irod, in Isce: and in war, is an honour to our common womanhood. But we would :,chiefly exp.res ou...

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FORTHCOMING AGRICULTURAL SHOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 20 May 1887

FORTHCOMa G; AGRICULTURAL <SHOWS The siecetaries 'of the various Agri cultural Societies are requested to f r ward "the -.dates - upon which-` their reepectivo exlibitions wiil be held, rind copies of the prize schedules as sooti as pub!islhed. JULY. 5, 6.-Wentworth, N.S.W. 21.-Deniliquin.. , : AUGUST. 2, S.-Corowa, N.S.W.. " 18.-Narandera. 23 to 27.-National :Agricultural Society of Victoria. SEPTEMBER. 7, 8.-Wimmera District, at Stowell. 14 -Wyclhuproof. 22; 23.-Echuca. 28.-Numurkah Agricullural Society. OCTOBER. 4. I.--Rochearer. 6.-Bacchus Marsh. 13.-Murchison. 1 6.-Nngambie. 19, 20.-Tatura. NOVEMBER. 16, 17.-Kyneton Agricultural Assoclation 24.-Ballarat General Spring Show.

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KYABRAM. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 20 May 1887

XYABRAK. ,; * An ? acid?ist bh a painfu nlatur o arrred'o a Baurday afternoon to a boy, aged 1;8 yeara, son of Mr. OlCarlep •Lilford,. ftaer, Tongala. The lad was feeding' a chaffutting machine, the ?handle. :of which was being turnd by his sister, when his hand was drawn in and sMesrly wounded by the knives. Dr. Carney, of Kyabain, was-called to attean :i, ad found it necessary to amputate two finger, The little sufferer is prograsring favourably. . . A magisterial Inquiry was held by Mr. 0. Fitpe, J.P., on Monday last. upon the remains of a little boy, son of Mr. -W.' Hayers,. farmer, Kyabram. The little'fellow, whode age-wam 9 yeari, wasdriving a pair of horses attached to a roller over; some recentlyti ploughed land when he trippedd nd ,ll.. lHis brother, who accompanied him, wealled oeutt6 t he'hotees to vtop Just a the roller wa on'his' body. When tle father'?i . of the, acess, wa ,.ploughng lose by, came up, on re moin the'. weight found, life quite extic, death laving taken ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 20 May 1887

Trade Addresse.s K RYABRAM. . DALY, WOODYATT, & DOINKIN i AVE the pleasure to inform the inhabitants of the Goulbura L Valley, and public in general that they have opened their New and Commodious Stores And are now showing a Of GENERAL DRAPERY. Men and Boys' clothino Boots and Shoes, ?urniture, &c. Comprising all the Latest Novelties from the English and Conlinentl Market, and as these goods have been purchased by their homrn buyer they have ao hesitation in asserting that for variety, durability, and sterlingi value they are unapproachable in this market Dress goods in Silk, satin, plaslhe, vilveteens, steekingettes, folelo cloth, plain and taltced serges, cashmeree, merinos, alsace, the newest designs in trimmings; mantles, dolmane, ulsters, jackets, capes, capes in seal, fur, and astracan. Millinery. In this department we shall always have the Latest Novelties in Hate, bonnets, flowers, feathers, trimmings of all descriptions, with du,, consideration to FASHION AN...

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BRITISH AND FOREIGN. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 20 May 1887

BRITISH AND FOREIGN. The National Review remarks:-" In the thousand and sixty years which have elapsed since Egbert was made King of all England there have tbeen but three occupants of the throne wLose reigns have been so prolonged as thatof Queen Victoria. But Her Majesty will, in the course of this year, have reigned, in one sense, longer than any English -sovereign; for the three kings whose reigns will have exceeded hers'at the Jubilee celebration in June next, not one actually ruled foreso long a period as 50t years. King He,qry 111. wai crowned on the death of King John in 1210, but V . the regeny was entr to the Earl of Pembroke, and it was ot untl 1222 that the king was declar of age. -King Edward III. succeeded to the throne on the deposition of his fathk in 1327; but it was not until 1880 th he assuenal the Government, so that ~e only ruled from that date to his death in 1377 47 years. King George Il[. practically ceased to reign six weeks after the com pletion of his 50 y...

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WE SHOULD BLOT OUT DISEASE IN ITS EARLY STAGES [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 20 May 1887

r WE SHOULD BLO O7U2 DIS EASE IN ITS EARLY STAGES The disease commences with a slight derangement of the stomach, but, if neglected, it in time involves the whole frame, embracing the kidneys, liver, pancreas, and in fact the entireglandular system; and the afflicted drage out a tmiserable existence until death gives relief from suffering. The disease is often mistaken for other complaints; but if the reader will ask himself the following questions he will be able to determine whether he himself is one of the afflicted ;-Have I distress, pain, or I difficulty in breathing after eating? Is there a dull, heavy feeling, attended by drowsiness? Have the eyes a yellow tinge? Does a thick, sticky mucous gather about the gums and teeth in the mornings, accompanied by a disagree able taste? Is the tongue coated ? I there pain in the sides and back? Is there a fullness about the right side as if the liver were enlarging? Is there costiveness? Is there vertigo or dizzi ness when rising sudden...

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New Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 20 May 1887

- ew 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. Goalburn Valley trains arrive at Seymour 9.. ann 7 p.m., and leave Seymour for Melbourne 9.83 a.m. and 7.53 p.m.

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