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

FOOTBALL: -The frst football match of the season; between the. Tatura and Mooroopnia" Clubs was played on the; ground of the latter on Saturday last, and resulted in a somewhat easy victory forMooroopn-. Mr. Wootton captained theb;eate, while Mr. Henderson acted in a like manner f6r Mooroopna. Wootton won the tos, and decided to kick to the east goal. It was some time before anything of note occurred, both- teams appearing to be well matched, but, eventinly at half time Mooroopna had 1 godl and 2 behinds to their credit, the locals showing want of .condition., -After the qensl interval of 10 minutes the second half commenced, and from the start they were overmatched, and the iaal resulb of the game was Mooroopna, .8 goals and 4 behinds to 1 bohind. Those that ~ ed best for Mooroopnai were the rv, Doyb, Richardeon Bros., Reath Brom.; 'whil Mesrs`: Lacey, Mulcahy, Wilson, Keys, Kenealy, Cfarke lnd Tornley, played well for Tatura. Mr. MacRoberts, of Shep parton, acted as central umpire...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PRODUCE REPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 20 May 1887

4: OMlERCIAL :INTELLIGENCE. PRODUCE'REPORTS The market still remains very. quiet, no barley oi oats coming, wheat has risen to Messrs Williams and Co. report the market as follows:-Wheat, 8s. 61 ; itRrley, 4 -? ; good samples, oats, from 2s 4d to The following are the consignees row lying at the Tatura railway station:-H. ityan, Ladlaw, Itatcliffe. Hunter nnd Dalglish. Groves, Hogan, Brewer, Baseley, -lnuse, Taylor, Tonkin and Son, Austen, Johnson and Forge, Daly. Woodyatt and Co., Forsyth, l'arkui and Vicking, HBomer. I'arcels-Melett, T.Hogan, .P. Moore, Holt, Moore, Andrews, Miss. Mlannings, Joliison and Forge, Allan, Irwin, F. Wllheamse''rM, B6metr; Lancaster, Kennedy. The following. are the exports from the railway station:- ' . - .. Wheat 609 Stmrcks of pig, 5.tracks. of straw, S truck The National Mortgage and Agency Com pany, (Imfd.,,)report having sold privately during week endng ' 7th May, 1887, 7486 . bagsof;produce, viz. :-Wheat, is ld to - s; Bour, i8 is to 49; oats, cap...

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

KYAfRAM BRADSHAhTi. MAIL NOTICES. i Mails close daily for 3Ielbourne Toolamb. Murehison. at 10.80 n m. r ?d 3.50 p.m. Mails arrive from Tators daily ;5.30 p.m Ituchnste r Tuesdays, Thursdays, and; Satur days 10 s.m. Depart to Tatura daily: 9.30 a.m. ,To IRoeester 4 p.m.Tuesdays, Thutrs days, and Saturdays. Postmasate--3ir. D. D. Me" s. Registrar of Births and Deaths-Miss. F Leader., --Justices of .the Peace--Messrs. A. Allain . Lanicaster and Forge. "

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GRÆCO-ROMAN WRESTLING. MILLER V. CHRISTOL AND SALI. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 20 May 1887

er GRAECO-ROMAN WRESTLING. ed le MILLER V. CHRISTOL AND BALL The Granco-Roman wrestling match of for £100 aside, in which- Wmn. Miller d met Andre Christol and Bali, the Ita lian heavy-weight lifter, drew a large, number of persons to the Alexandra Theatre on Saturday night. The floor of the house, from which a view on a g level with the stage could be obtained, was most largely attended. A doublt row of chairs was placed at the sides and bd ack of the stage, and these seats were well filled. Soon after 8 o'clock Miller came on to the stage from the left, ac compansied by Mr. 9. Carter, his judge. Christol and Bali emerged from the other side, attended by Mr. J. Donegan. The conditions of the match were that Miller was to wrestle the others in turn, and the first three falls out of five were to decide the match. Miller, who is 40 years of age, and weighs 14st. 121b., was head and shoulders over either of his opponents, and combined strength with science. Christol is 48 years of age,...

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

Wanted. Wanted. W ANTED to Buy Ten Bags of Seed CHEVALIERBARLEY Apply to 3MRS. A. SOMER, Hareton. TATURA CEMETERY. APPLCATIONS from persons I. willing to undertake the duties of SEXTON for the above will be received by Mr. Williams, up to WEDNESDAY NEXT, 25th in n ' Appllicants can obtain information in reference to their duties from any of the Trustees. DAVID MACTIER. DISTRICT AGENTS WANTED. ' for the PH?ENIX FIRE OFFICE. of LONDON Established 1782 over One Hundred yeats Losses paid over £15, 000, 000, Accumulated funds exceed £1,000,000, Annual Income ...... over £800, 000, Lowest rates Prompt and Liberal settlement of claims Victorian Branch 9 Market Ruildings. Willinm.streel. Melbourne. I. MANFIRLD TAYLOR. AGENT. Strayed. ONE POUND REWARD. TRAYED from Girgirre,SStle 9th _ .of April, Two BAY FILLIES, .one rising one year the other.,two year's old. Brands P. D., near shoulder.... : Any person giving information that will lead to their recovery will receive the aboire reward. THOMA...

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

" 79OotiCeS. - . A DVANCE tin WOOl,, -GRAIN,. &., ,sTOCK, STATION. PRO D UCE.ofaIkind:. : ; New 'Zealand-Loari -and S? ii. ;tile ' Ageny:. • ompany.? (Limiited'.)' CAPITAL . s,5oo00,0 IRESERVE FUND `:.. £27,000 Make Librial" Cash 'A rvanees on' Station Se;rities; Ensuing Clips of Wol, lGrain, &o FOlt SALE'ini MELBOURNE,t Or' SHIPMENT to LOND,'N. Auctipn Sales of Wool held regularly tidaougliont tie season. Auction Sales of Tallow, -Hides, Sheepskins; Leather, &c., three; times a week throughout the year. ..I Auction Sales of Grain, Flour, &c. held every Wednesday. DAYID ELDER, Manager. I; YOUNGHUSBAND,. " TV iol and Produce Manager. MelbournelWool and Grain Warehounsee, Collins-street West. Pianos. Pianos. Organs. Organs. W R.:- FUR:LONG, S: 84: Swanatot-8itreet, .(Four doors fron Bourke-street.) Pianos by -Riiiech," Shliedmayer, Lipp, Aocher, Bord, Schroer, Wilmer, &e, ,Aget. for the celebrated Mignon piaonos; Cloughi and Warren rgans. ' N OT...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 20 May 1887

Births. WOOTTON-On Thursday, 5th May, 1887, at the Victoria Hotel, Tatura, the wife of J. R. Wootton, of a daughter. Both well. WILDON--On Friday, 18th May, 1887, at the Goulburn Valley Hotel, Bourke street East Melbourne, the wife of G. H. Wildon, of a son. Both doing well. Death. CLEAVES - On the 19th instant, at her resi- dence, Murchison street,Tatura, Margaret, the beloved wife of John Cleaves, and sister of Mr. P. Dwyer, aged 42 years. The friends are requested to follow her re- mains to the Murchison Cemetery. The funeral will leave her residence at 10 a.m. on Saturday, 21st instant.

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MOOROOPNA HOSPITAL BOARD [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 20 May 1887

MOOROOPNA HOSPITAL BOARD A aestisig ofr hi: a~iov'~ab oard took place on Satnrdoy last in the Atheneum, Mo&bropna. Present: Measr."J. Knight (President), Martin, Kavanagb, Young, Field, Croft, Groves, Wilson, Carson, Mensies, Patterson, and West'secretary. The correspondence was not of a very important character.. RaPOiT8. . The House Steward's report was read as follows:-" 1 herewith beg to hand you.my report for the month of April Iast:.. New cases ailniitted,-30; daily average, 127;''irenmaining ina house on 80th; 2, 7f dachaigesd,27;idied, 3; viz., JohaThllomas' Pretopa, of ..7Tommwal, aged 67 yeara; admitted March 11th, 1817,?.disL4tApril 2nd, 22 dlis after auisli~on , f disetked'tligh; no friends or' afunls. Aithu McLellin,:of St. James, 15 years, dmitted Mairch 22nd, iaed, April 6th, 1S days aftgr'admission, 'f iplenio disease; buried by his friends. .Thomnse Dannua, of' yabram, aged 65, admitted April filth, died 21st April, 10 days after admission; from diarhcea; on...

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

: O.. ':M , BA Z, E tE Y -St tet angH UM, .. (Late of Moira).. . t, CRITRIONi HOTEL .. , ; o ,"rr' ? " ' . " .. _"(La te J TIERNEY' ) , F AIRST.LA S AdOCOMMODATION, anremltthing attention, and ev.ry ,111obtinable comfort ae<re oferedto , .nIk I BOARDERS? .n1;the TRA VEJL!NG"PUPBLWC - a : Thae3iwi 'mi Spirits wawe Peaaetmy US r the -.'!.OR.E'kiand BUGI1EI( alwsyson HIRE. Extensive and c9nmfortable iGAN'IS., C9Mp ERlIAL HOTEL, FrI'o"JAS,',HOGAN -begs :te .iqgimafo -=totthe dsurrounding, ,hnlinhiants.,:aid L, p a.hlcgenerally thalt Superior,, Acdon iiltoditiO aild thModerateO har 'o's.ir lie ;F eialit, ofthi, first-class hotel., i "!; ~,? :1 Ail' iqja f s efttheBeet IJ] raIsidiiiid tPurest quality. 011only. ,n , D:sIIAIRDS! l LARDS'! !," BIIJiRti S!!! !" :"SUI??lIOR 8TABLINa' fldA 'TCCOMMOfDATIO: N PADDOCEIKS" oe and Buggiesi as ;well a' Buggytra.. a nas on Hire FI'NN'rj3USH{4INN, CASEY ST FJIR STC ?LAy: A E BOSIERYMM OVET, i,+ ''I 'f a ,I r "i, " OR; " , I y " t ' ,!,. : . ...

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

For Sale. PIGS . , ]l OR BALE three-quarter brtediBerk ' ' shire weaner. : GEORG COATES,..: Baldwinsville. For Sale. U.RE Purple Straw. SEED I '.' WHEAT, free from any mixture, !may le had by applying to ' .LEWIS BYRNE, Baldwinsville. FORT SALE.. C HEVELTER SEED' BARLEY, front Mr. Hugh Drum's farm., Apply, to; ?,-?i ; ,. WILLIAMS, & CO., S " Tatura. SNotice (t. Farmers. '-F': Ic IRST-OLASS! .LSeed WHEAT, "!i iP':J?: BARLEY, (Battledore,or Cape) :'anil OATS for- Sale at Day's Flour Mill, South Murchison. "- A'NN- DAY, tli4SL2 t :March, 1887. , T RO B S. SOULBURN VALLEY. NURSERY, i " 'MiO:OROOPN AP " Hae ra i'plendid: lot of FRUIT TREB S FOR BALE at 12s. rp.er-:dosn. Oranges and S : Lemnii 18.' per dozen, £8 , 10o. per 100, £55 per 1000. ; ' Vines,: ,well rooted, wine var rieties, £7 per 1000 or £1 per 100. Cuttings ditto, 15s. per :::. 1000. Choice table, raisins, •..:", (Gordo Blanco) and currant varieties, £10 per 1000, £1 '' n . per 100, 4s. 1per. dozen. - Cuttings ditto, ...

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UNITED ECHUCA AND WARANGA WATER TRUST. COROP, TUESDAY, 10th MAY, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 20 May 1887

UNITED EC ti CA AND WARANGA WATER TRUST. Conor, TUESDAY, 10th MAY, 1887. Present--Com. Murphy (Chairman), Forphy, Wigg, Baldwin, and Healy; Mr. J. A. Carey, Secretary; and Mesers. Peebles and M'Elgunn, Clerks of Works.. The minutes of the previous meeting read'and confirmed. - oRnESroDENCoE. Letter from Mr. James Bourke, Parkes' Plains, asking £2 10s. per acre for the land required from him, and from Mr. Hunter, Elmore, asking £4 per acre. Referred to the Engineer. From Mr. M. Darrigan, stating that lie would accept £8 per acre, and com pensatinn instead of bridge. Referred to the Engineer. From the. Departmeat of Water Su fly, intimating that the Engineer-in Chief, together with another Engineel froml the Department, would take an early opportality of inspecting Gunn's Swamp embankment along with the Trust's Engineer. The Secretary to urge the visit as soon as possible, as summer will soon be coming on and qrata.r will be required in the western lortionIif the Trust. From same, int...

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The Kyabram Union. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. FRIDAY, MAY 20, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 20 May 1887

: . PUBLISBHD EVBaRY RIDAY. FRIDAY, MAY 20. 1887. We are pleased to hear that the Trustees of the Tatura Cemetery, on the apjointil ent of the new p sexton, have deterinined to do a work that we have previously drawn attention to, viz., thd improvement: of the cemetery.. We believe without exception it is thie least cared-for cemetery .in' the Goulburn Valley'if not in the colony. The sec tions have been surveyed for years past, bhut such a thing as a path is not visible, and the . only vegetation. is the native grass and: young: box trees. Many of the graves have sunk' in, and where there should be mounds to meet th~ eye there are great caves. If this solemn repose of many 'dear friends were better looked after, and the trustees apply to the proper authorities for shrubs~ ever green trees, end flowers, no doubt the ceineterywould be visited by more people, 'and the: owners of the sacred blocks would vie one with the other to make the piece of land that coves the ones they loved mor...

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AFTER SEVERAL YEARS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 27 May 1887

AFTER SEVERAL ]EARB. "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."

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AFTER MANY YEARS. "Whittle-le-Woods, near Chorley. "December 26th, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 27 May 1887

AFTER MANY YEAR8. " Whittle-le-Woods, near Chorley. "Decemiber 26th, 1888. Dear Sir,-Mother Seigel's medicine. sells exceeding well with us, all that try it speak highly in its favour. We had a case of a young lady that had been troubled many years with pains after eating. She tells us that the pains were entirely taken away after a few doses of your medicine.-Yours truly, " E. Peel."

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A WOMAN FROM AUSTRIA. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 27 May 1887

A WOMAN FiROM AUSTRIA. Near the village of Zillingdorf, in Lower Austria, lives Maria Haas, an intelligent and industrious woman, whose story of physical suffering and final re lief, as related by herself, is of interest to English women. "I was employed,'" she says, " in the work of a large farm house. Overwork brought on sick head ache, followed by a deathly fainting and sickness of the stomach, until I was unable to retain either food or drink. I was compelled to take to my bed for several weeks. Getting a little better from rest and quiet, 1 sought to do soma work, but was soon taken with a pain in my side, which in a little while seemed to spread over my whole body, and throbbed in my every limb. This was friends told me that my time had nearly come. and that I could not live longer than when the trees put on their green once more. 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 exactly ac cord...

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New Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 27 May 1887

New Time Table. Trains leave Tatnra 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. Goglburn Valley trains arrive at Seymour 9.10 a.m. and 6.47 p.m., and leave Seymour for Melbourne 9.88 a.m. and 7.53 p.m.

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SUICIDE FROM RELIGIOUS MANIA. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 27 May 1887

SUICIDE FROM RELIGIOUS MANIA. A magisterial Inquiry was held at the Carlton Club Hotel, Gertrude street, Fitzroy, on Saturday forenoon, before Mr. J. M. Tait, J.P., into the cause of the death of a young woman of colour, iiiiined Christina Floyd, a step-daughter of Mr. Daniel Henderson, better known as " Henderson Africanus." The mother of deceased is a European, but had been married to a coloured man prior to her marriage with Henderson, by whom she has no family. The deceased was 18 years old. From the evidence submitted it appeared that she had latterly suffered from religions mania, attending the nightly meetings of the Salvation Army at Collingwood and the Temprance-hall, Russel street. She seemed much im pressed after returning from these meet ings, and used to relate her "ex periences." There was no domestic un happiness; she kept company with no man, and was very cheerful in temper ment, never giving any indication of a suicidal tendency. On Friday morning she complained of ...

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DEFALCATIONS BY A BANK CLERK. CONFESSION AND ARREST OF THE OFFENDER. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 27 May 1887

DEFALCATIONS BY A BANKI CLERK. CONF15BBION' AND ARRET OF TRu OFFENDEn. Friday morning, Mr. W. Turner, in siector of branches of the Commercial Bank of Australia, received information that Richard Sparrow, a clerk recently employed in the Mooroopna branch, had embezzled the funds of the bank, and also of the probable wherabouts of the young man, who had taken a ticket for Melbourne. Mr. Turner interviewed the offender, and induced him to ac company him to the head office. There Sparrow confessed thathe had embezzled the funds, and that as far ashne knew he had taken about £700. The offender then secompanied Mr. Turner to the detective office, where an information was sworn against him, and he was taken in charge by Detective-sergeant Ward, and lodged in the City watch house. Sparrow joined the bank at Geelong, where his friends reside. He was afterwards stationed in Melbourne, and was then transferred to Mooroopna, where he has been for the past two and a half years. On the 2nd insta...

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The Kyabram Union. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. FRIDAY, MAY 27, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 27 May 1887

PUBLISH1ED EVERY FRIDAY. FRIDAY. MDlAY` 27, 1887. We have repeoatedl. drawn the attention of the Couincillors of thd Rodney Shire Council to the' fact that a sub-committee was formied some monthssiice to 'select and report on a site for the Shire Hall. The subncommittee ";were , Councillors Cussen (president), Groves, and Hogan. tU? to the present no decision Ias been' arrivedl at'by''thbl tio:; ' Councillor Cosson was i , favourl of the block of laid in Casey street, lately in possession of the ^Police: Iopartment. ,l;Thu: ad-! vant;ages in favour.ofLthis eite are nany; the land could be got for asking; is high' and dry; 'itis rwell fenced,. and a good ,underground tank, a decided feature in' ts favour. Councdillor Groves solected. the site next the Mechaidios' ail whiohli: is ;thell property: 'of: Couicillor. Hogan, aind for which' Counoillora Hogan wanits 30. for. No? . as Coincilliir HIagni is intereisted, lie cannot' iii ilonorb vote either way, so thad t wvitiout the:; Council...

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THE BULLI FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 27 May 1887

THE BULLI FUND. The following from the Argus of Tuesday, is worthy of record :-The noblest contribution which has yet been made to the Bulli Disaster Fund comes from the state school children of Vio toria. The amount is £1,000, handed in to the various teachers, and on Sa turday placed to the credit of the fund. This sum represents a marvellous num ber of sixpences and pennies, of little acts of self-denial and of deeds of charity about which there can be no sus picion of of ostentation. The children's hearts have been touched, the natural childish selfishness has been broken through, and the result is a contribution of a sort unique in Australian history, and equalled by very few instances in any land at any time. Our children are well off, of course, supplied with more pocket-money than ever were children of older lands, but a little self-denial en ables them to contribute considerable sums; we may explain the apparent marvel of the matter away by various plausible reasons. Still,...

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