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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. ECHUCA MARKET. Saturday, June 9th [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 15 June 1894
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. -4 ECHUCA MARKET. Saturday, J.une 9Dh SIiACKELL, TVIITE ANI) CO. report: A very large yarding of cattle calme forward for to-day's sale, 410 fat indl tore cattle being entered. The greater pro'portion consistcd of young cattle, steers, ani bullocks, 2, 3, land i years old, and cows and licifet.s in forward condiion, with a fair number of fat bullocks, cows and hIeifers. The attendance was large, but buyers were shy, consequently the market opened (ldull and continued so throughout, sales being very dltficult to effect. We sold : -Fat bullocks, prime, £5 (is to £5 10s; fat steers, good quality, £4 7s 6d to £4 10s; fat steers, small, £3 Its to £4 2. lid ; fat heifers, good, £3 lls (Sl to £3 17s ld ; fat cows, mnldium, £3 7s (GI to £1 ; lines of bullocks, forward, £3 to £3 13s ; lines of steers, 2 to 3 years, £2 11s to £2 15s ; lines of ieifers, for ward, £1 9s Gld to £1 13s ; lilies of young cattle, £13soto £1 11s6d; springers, backward, £2 12s Gd'to £l3 Is ; ...
SPORTING NOTES. FIXTURES. RACING. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 15 June 1894
SPORTING NOTES. FIXTURES. RACING. July 4-Undera. COURSING. June 20-Tatura. ,, 28-Numurkah District. July 4-Nagomble. ,, 18-Murchison and Dargalong. ,,19, 20-Numurknh District. Aug. 3, 4-Nagambie. ,, 16,-Numurkah District. ,, 30--Numurknh District. Sept. 4-Nagambie. FOOTBALL. JUNE 16. Essendon v. Richmond. Melbourne v. Carlton. Geelong v. St. Kilda. Fitzroy v. Williamstown. South Melbourne v. North Melbourne. Port Melbourne v. Collingwood. Fotscray vacant.
WINTER CONCERT AT GIRGARREE EAST. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 15 June 1894
WINTER CONCERT AT CIR CARREE EAST. The first of a series of concerts was held at Girgarre East on Tuesday night, when there was a crowded-audience to listen to a well arranged programmnune of comic and sentimental songs, and high class recitations. '-Mr T. Johnstone occupied the chair, ,and at half-past seven Mr Arthur Manning was called upon to open the proceedings by singing the " Romany Lass," which he did in his usually good style. Mrs Levens followed with. "The Fisherman and his Child," which was beautifully rendered. Mr Hugh Johnstone then recited "Jacob's Lament" with great effect. "'Thank you Tom " was the next song, very sweetly rendered, by Miss Lilly Lockwood, and Mr W. Donaldson made his debut with the comic song, "Branni gan I think your Stuck," which was received with great applause. " The Old Man goes to Town" was a recitation given by Mr David Donaldson, who was in good form. AMrs Williams sang very pleasantly that beautiful song " The Golden Path." Mr Lcvens was the...
LOCAL AND DISTRICT FIXTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 15 June 1894
LOCAL AND DISTRICT FIXTURES. 0 Tatura V. F. Brigade meeting, first Monday in each month; practice, third Monday in each month. I.O.O.F. Loyal Tatura Lodge, every alternate Tuesday (June 26) in the ante-room of the Tatura Mechanics' Hall. Toolamba .Quadrille Assembly, in the Toolamba Public Hall, .on Tuesday, June 19, at 8 p.m. Toolamba Temperance Entertainment, Toolamba Hall, Friday, June 15, at 7.30 p.m. Tatura Urban Waterworks Trust meet second Monday in the month (July 9.) M.U.I.O.O.F. Loyal Laloma Tatura Lodge meet every alternate Tuesday (June 19) in the ante-room of the Mechanics' Institute, Tatura.
COURSING. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 15 June 1894
.. COURSING. The Nagamnbic Plumpton C.C. meeting was held on the 6ith inst. Mr Tom Clud?wick made an eflicient judge, while Mr Jas. Adams handled the slips in his usual style. The re sults were as follow : The Opening stakes, for I ; all-ages, at £2 2s each, Winner, £20; runner-np, £8; two dogs, £2 each. Deciding Course : Messrs Kelly and bM'Gillicuddy's b w b The Witch, by The Meenaccr: Magic, beat. Mr H. Little's r or hr w d Luxuaw, by Rambler : Sister to Dathi, ansl won thestake. The Trial Stakes, for 1ii puppiue, at £2 2s each. Winner, £20; .runner-up, £8: two dogs, £2 each. Deciding Course: Messrs Kelly and M'Oillicluly's w f b Playmate, by Rufford : Still Playful (August, 1892) beat Mr J. J. O'Dwyer's b w I Mystery, by Pains taker : Birchrodl (September, 1892), and won the stake. Coursing promises this season to go ahead with the Murchison and Dargalong C.C.; judging by the enthusiasm shown at their recent annual meeting. Mr l'IRolbert pre sided. The financial statement submit...
MOOROOPNA RACE CLUB. BIRTHDAY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 15 June 1894
MOOROOPNA RACE CLUB. BIRTHDAY MEETING. If the appearance of the skies on Wednesday morning was somewhat threatening, it did not prevent a goodly number of townspeople and others from setting out early for the Mooroopna race-course, .where the long talked-of race-meeting was to be held. Those who put in an appearance at the course, to watch the various ponies, hacks, and hurdle-racers compete, and to look on at the contest .for the Birthday Handiuap, so named in honor of our worthy physi cian and surgeon Dr Florance, found a good programme of sport set before them; for, at any-rate from a sportsman's point of view, the meeting was decidedly a success, some of the finishes being close enough to cause a deal of excitement. There were six events on the card, and the enitries in each were numerous, but the starter, Mr Nagle, was very success ful in sending his horses away on equal terms. Mr Martin Cussen was the judge, but the finishes were not so close, as to cause any doubt as to the w...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 15 June 1894
GRAND DISTRIBUTION VICTORIAN FREEHOLD PROPERTY AMONGST THE SHAREHOLDERS OF THE MELBOURNE PROPERTY BUILDING SOCIETY, BRISBANE. Incorporated According to Act of Parliament. PROPOSBD IBSU OPF 400 A BSHAEB OF A1 EACH, TO BE PAID IN FULL ON APPLICATIONa NO FURTHER LIABILITY. The hpore. 0 in nhmber, valued at 840,000, or a proportionate part thereof, according to the number of Shares subscribed, will be Balloted for, free of any deduction for commission. i The Ballot will be Conducted in the Presence of the Shareholders and the Press, on a Date which will be Duly Announced by Advertisement. SoLrorTOa: Mesers. MAODONALD, PATERSON & HAWTHORN, Brisbane. D. E. BRAYSHAY, Eq4, 309 Collins-at., Melbourne. BRaKane: BANK O· AwUrtALBIA, Brisbane. BSa.: W. O MAODERMOTT. OroFCES : CENTRAL BUILDINGS, Edward-st., Brisbane Deeoription of Proporties : FIRST PBIZB.-A substantial Freehold SECOND PRIZE.-A Villa liesidence, beautiful view of the Dandemong Ranges Brick Building and Factory, together c...
A Curious Clerical Blunder. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 15 June 1894
A Curiocus Clerical .lunder. An ampsinp il?aent?lugBqtoqk place in a country church 'vlejb'ib th repro. during. The aofictin' ' clergma desired to oall the attention of his congregation to the fact that it being the last Sunday in tht mPonth he would admnlister the rite of baptied to children dul ingthat afternoon. Prior to entering thepulpit, he received from one of the churchwardees, who, by the way, suffered from deafness, a notice to the effect that, as children were to be present, and be had the new .Sunday school bookh ready for distribution, ihe would have them ready to sell to all whosdesirerdthem. Alter the service the aeergymancommenced the baptismal notice, as follows: " All members of tho..eongregation having children, and desiring tohavothem baptised, will bring them this atlidnoovm" At this point the. ohorhwarden, chancing 'to hear the word "children," and supposing itjwas something in referencelto his books, solemnly rcase, add said : I" And all thupohaving none,.and ...
AN AUSTRALIAN STORY. [COPYRIGHT.] WHO IS HE? OR The Indian Mahatma in Australia. AN AUSTRALIAN STORY OF THE Natural & Supernatural. CHAPTER XXII.— (CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 15 June 1894
AN AlUSTRALIAN STORY! Icor ?_ai uT. J WHO IS HIE ? OR The Indian 1Mahatma in Australia. AN AUSTRALIAN STORY lP Tln t Naural ,& Supernatural, SCIIA TERli XXI.-(Co:rrlotn.). r "No, Miss ars I;.lc ; the colncerns of the city do not mioom to blong to nme in anly way -andl yet 1 remember. now I did hear Sir I Samuel Moses ask our friend, Lunooden, if the city was not likely to Ilnvo n earthquake noon, but Lumlsde laughed long and loud, son I auppose it wis only i: joke. ul't 1om1 on calls. I must go. Good:-night, lithli, kind little friend-you have given mie nw onergy and thoughts to-night." S"I did ngt hoar anyone call." "No! there it is again-'ti? that man, tho master of my life. I must go-I mustl go!" Apparently quite oblivious of E.lith or ball-room or iinything, with a sudden. hal:f stupid look, li:irtonl turnled and went swiftly, withl the air Of a eol :1lamltlist, out ait tie copen door and over the smiooth lawn into the quivering moonlit nighllt. "George! George, my darli...
A TARNISHED SHIELD [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 15 June 1894
A TARNISIIHED SIIELD '4"UFgLESS! Yea, of course I am, til? Arthur. I feel like a rob caught in a trap, like a man about to be hanged as he steps on to the drop, like--oh what shall I say? I wish you wouldn't sit staring at toe with that wretched look on your face. It's teo good. I don't feel sorry for you ; I can feel sorry for no one but myself-and I ant palt praying for. If I had beeno a good little girl of the Fjairchild Family order for the last half.dozen years, it would be better for tme now, 1 tupposeo; but that hereditary bias of wliich one hears so much nowadays has been too strong for Ien. My father was hopelessly extravagant anid hopelessly insolvent; ml y nmotller was determlined in otte respect only-that she Iustt have every thing she wanted, no matter at whiat cost; and 1, their only child, have inherited those little peculiarities and nothing else. When they departed this life, leaving one small pauper behind them in the slhape of myself, I must lhave starved or gone ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 15 June 1894
PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT. A NEW & MARVELLOUS REMEDY. SOLOMON * •* sOLUTION (An OINTMENT) FOR MAN on QUADRUPED, Now being brought prominently before the public owing to its wonderful cura tive properties, needs only one trial to convince the most sceptical. FOR ACONt PAINS, SORES & SPRAINS. ores ? man of RheurnafcaHors ores ins; Cow o ulycruted U o of mange. WaheniD RT 422 8brir, IT CURES SPEEDILY• AND PARMANENTLY. Patentees and Sole Manufacturers : SOLOMON COX AND CO.,. 422 Bourke-st., Melb. AGENTS ' WANTED IN TATURA, RODNEY & GOUL BURN VALLEY DISTRICT. TRUST. TATURA WATERWORKS TRUST. NOTICE to the Owners of Tenements and Lands in the undermentioned Stteets in the Township of Tatura: Hogan-street. Casey-street, Francis-street, Rose-street, Albert-street, Service-street, Ker ferd-street east,' about seven chains from Rose street, Kerferd.street east,abottt five chains from Albert-street. The main'pipe in the said streets being laid down, the owners of all tenements...
TRIED FOR HIS LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 15 June 1894
TRIED FOR HIS LIFE. - :o:- - BY CARL BRICKEIT. It. was a dark, lowering day, and it seemed appropriate that it should be so, for the favorite of the regiment, the open hearted man whom all his comrades solved, had been pronounced guily of heinous crime and sentenced to death. Three years before, Marmion Hart had first enrolled himself as an upholder of the patriot cause. Save the fact that he was an Englishman, lbuf little was known concerering him; but it was not long be fore lie grew the acknowledged favorite oi tire regiment. It was now charged that, after an alter cation with his colonel, concerning some derlliction from duty, he ied drawn a pistol, which he had concealed in his his breast, and aiming it at the colonel's heart, hiad fired; but without effect, thirogh thie colonel's aide striking up the pistol. When arraigned for trial on the chiarnt of sasanltinig with intent to kill hi, superior oflicer, Marmsion had never for an instant quailed. When told to speak, lie said : ...
Uncle Doby's Henhouse. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 15 June 1894
Uncle Doby's Henhouse. "ITave you a newspaper here?" I asked of a man who came over to where we were camped on the edge of the little township. " Yes, go one; did have two, but the other feller pulled out last week." " Didn't it pay? " " Naw, he wa'n't no good-got out the wenakest paper you ever seen." "What was the trouble with itl " "No news, or least none to 'mount to an'y. tihing. Course, if something big happenled tlhat he couldn't help seein', oe'd get it in, but ev'ry week there'd Ibe a while lot o' spicy things ihat he'd keep still's ai mnosre about, an' stick in a lot o' pieces oip frede trad or protection, or mebby sometimnes the tlarif. Blut the other man wan't that style-no blowin' pieces in his'n, hut all the spicy an' interestin' news that haplpened." " So you froze the long editorial mns out " "ITad to do it, I tell yon-h- e didn't know enough to pound sanl. IV'y, lelnmi tell ryou a little ease: Cosple (' rionuths' ago I bulilt me a new chicken coop--not a very big 'u...
SHORT STORY. A Gourmand. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 15 June 1894
SHORT STORY. A Gouirmand. Mfr. Thomas Nupkins, of Dolyco, 'Np kins and Nipkilns, Importers, Street, Melbourno, is one of those people who live to cat. If hlie ate to live, iMetnuselah would have a nsmll show with him, for the amount of nutrition lie can take in at a single meal ought to count as sustaining power equal to a month's vital necessities. 11e is an ogre, a glutton, a gorger, an anaconds of a lran, who, by solro ulys sterious physical or dligstivo gift, is en abled to swallow and disposeo of more food at one sitting than would put you or one, dear reader, on our logs for a fort rrigl*. n1r: Thomas Nupkins is not a married man. It is almost superfluous to an nounco this fact. No married alati would be permitted-oven by the mildest tempered of wires-to lire alone for food. And, on tihe other llalld, no married man would be so utterly sellish as Mr. Nup kinlls, who, between you and me, cares more for the flavor of a grill than the fate of Europe ; and who. emerging from his f...
HUMOR. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 15 June 1894
HiUMhOR. .ou onave my dlecision, Clara," he said; "I casnet walk with you If you are to hare the poodle along. You mustchlooose between birn and mne. It rests with you if our engage. mentaball be broken." "Oh, George I" the girl replied ; "it's so sudden. You tmust give me a week to think ;t over. One week, George, and you shell receive your answer." Husband (who has advertised for a type. writer expert) : " Did many call to-day, in answer to the advertisement I" Wife: "Quite a number; but thorowas rely one applicant whom I told to call again. IHe seems bright, and I'm sure you will like him." Husband: " What was the trouble with :he rest?" Wife : "They were all young women." Husband: "Professor Wllelerad paid you º very fine compliment after dinner last light, my deer." Wife: " Oh, did he; what did he say 7" Husband : "Ioe anid that you weren't anmleome, but you were one of the most in telligent women he cver met." Wire:" Professor W\hat's-bis-name has re scired his last invitation...
RAILWAY MANIFEST. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 15 June 1894
RAILWAY MANIFEST. The following are lying at the Tatura railway station : Goons.-Williains & Co., V. 0. Manning, .1. Poole, .T. I. Davies, .Jhn stone, J. Moore, Anderson, Mitchell, Little, I-Iunter Bros., IDiddamis and Williams. P.It ctes.-Mrs Fahey, Guider. Box, W. Maskell, Johnstone (2), White, Helyar and Lander, Gardner, Donald son, Carlisle, and Silcock.
THE BOSHCOMBE VILLA MYSTERY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 15 June 1894
;'111 BUSliCOMBIE VILLA i[ MYS'lTERY. I 5 WAS sitting as usual in Cocksure Jone. r sitting-room; and he with his custom ary politeness was convincing me that I was an illogical ass, wihen we suddenly heard a sharp ring at the bell. ' Tlat man's in a desperate hurry," said I. " That bell was not rung by any man," replied Cocksure Jones. "My visitor is a woIan. That sharp, nervous ring betrays a woman's surcharged nerves, and differs materially forom the heavy, deliberate ring of a determined man. You should read my monograph on one hundred and seventy-two different kinds of bell-pulls. However, here rie comes. SThe step on the staircase grew louder. There was a tentative knock, and sure enough there entered-a man ! Cocksure Jones stmiled at the credulity with which I accepted his little joke. (it mnust have been a joke; otherwise Cocksure Jones would have been wrong.) The visitor was a man of about fifty-fat, plethoric, vulgar, anid rather ill-dressed. He carried an umbrella, which h...