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EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 27 May 1887
EUROPEAN TELEGIRAMS. The following honours are. garefteid in connection with Her Majesty's birth day Sir Heiry'Ilrouglia'n Lochi, K.O.B., Governor of Victoria, and Sir lVilliano Robinson,":K. C.;.G.,: . G(overnr of South Anstralia, are created Knights Grand Cross of the most distinguished ordeor of St.. ?lichael and St.' Geirgo.'" Dr. Jaines Hector. C.M.G., 'director of the Wellington: (N.Z.) :Muisein, and Mr. J; B. lThurston, C.(.1G., Lientenant' Governor of Fiji, are created"o Knights Commnander of the sanio order. The statenoent recently published thati an address had been issued by the Irish College -at' Roine, 'conder?niing. Mr. Gliadstone, and 'declaring " that ,[r. Parnell had ninde traitors of. the, Iriidhl people, has turned out: to be erroncous. Thel Crown Prince of Gerniany,;who has. beensUfferilng frons n thickeniiig of' the -vocals cords, has successfully under gone an operation, and is nlow inplrov ing.: . The secold clause of tie Oriu?ea Bill was adopted by the Ho:liu...
ENCOURAGEMENT TO THE POLICE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 27 May 1887
ENCOURAGEMENT TO THE POLICE. On Saturday a letter from Mr. A. D. Michie, solicitor, and Mr. E. Yencken (enclosing cheques for three guineas each), was received by Plainclothes Con stables Coakley and Gleeson, of the Collingwood district. The letter con gratulated these officers on the skill and activity which they displayed in connec tion with the numerous robberies sheeted home to" Ginger" Knight, and wished them continued success in the force. The writers also mentioned their inten tion of bringing the meritorious conduct Coakley and Gleeson under the notice of the Chief Commissioner of Police. Under the regulations the officers named cannot accept the bonus without the sanction of the depai tment.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 27 May 1887
O.M :ABS BA Z ELE Y. S ," (Lute of Madir t i ::; ' S': CRITERION. HOTEL, -.' "." . (LateJ. TIERNEY'S)?, .IRfST-CLASS ACCOMMODATION, unrenmlttii atnttentioi, and evo ry Vllie 'Wines uadt Spirlts tare Peorsonnlly Meleete r fl'onari timer .Ntocks of tile best Produces. . BILLIARDS I BILLIARDS!! BILLIARDS ! HORSES ?and BUGGIES always on HIIRE. Extensive and eororitable STABLING ACiCOr'MMO ?DA TION. m OGAN'S. COMDMERCIAL; IOTEL, I4lOMIn AS HOGAN li~kgi to intini?te to the surrounding inhalitants aind pL i blhc generally thdit'Superior Accommodation and Moderate Charges are a apeci'lityof this firs;t-clas hotel. . us 'Llqaoris of the oest IBriiinls anlld 1iiiiest:(Quialnty o? ny - IL?,LInI)St I. BILLIUIRD 'I L BHI IARl '! SUPERIOR STAIiLiNG nid ACCOMMODATION PADDOCKS. omes : ,, ore d uIlggie, no 'ell as Buggy I'lirs always on Hire. FINN'S .'BUSH I.INN, CASEY-ST. : I'ATURA. F'I;.R'S T: L ASS AC' CCOMMODAT ION FOR , T R AT. E L L.E JR S. Wines, AIls, ani" Spiits of 'the Best tirsands. : NEW...
KYABRAM BRADSHAW. MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 27 May 1887
KYABRAM BRADSHAR'. MAIL NOTICES. Mails close daily for Melbourne Toolamba '.Murchison. at 10.0.p .man ld 3.50 p.m. MIails arrive from Tatura daily 5.30 p.m toch'ste r Tlcedays, Thursdays, and Satur. days 10 am. Depart to Tatura daily 9.30 a.m. To Iochester 4 p.m.Tuesdays, Tihura days, and Saturdays. Postmaster--jr. D. D. Mellis. Registrar of Births and Deaths-Miss: F Leader. Justices of thle Peace-Messrs. A. Allan 8. Lancister and Forge. -' ..,:;
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 27 May 1887
For .'Sale. PIGS.> ?OR SALE thre-quarter bred Berk Sshiire weaners.... GEORG COATES; lBaldwinsville. - For Sale. P U URE .Purple Straw SEED WHEAT, free front any mnixture, may be had by' aiplpiitg ?? to .: IEWIS:. BYIRNE, .. Baldwinsville. FOR SALE. CHEVEIlERT SEED BARLEY, 2 0. oin 3lr, . '."Hugh' Drum's farm. Apply to F. WILLIAMS & CO.,'; £l1 Reward. OST; fromi P. English's,, Taturari about four months ago 1 DARK RLED BULL, with one round knee, tnnily :orne, brnmltded!. (-~ (lilf circle over A). Finder will receive the above reward on retuining samne to P. LNGLISH, : Tatura. Notices. . 1E S B R O :'S. GOULBURN VALLEY NURSERY, Ml 0 i) 0 OP NA, S'avo. a splicdid ,"lot of. FRUIT TREESFOR .SALE at 12s. per dozen '',Oranges and, Lonmonsn 8s. Iper dozen? £0 10s. pecr 100,: "55 per 1000. Vines, w'ell, rootedi?wiens a ricties, £7 per 1000 oral per 100.. Cuttings ditto, 15R. per 1000.' .Choice tablde, raisins, (Gordo Blanco) andt currant . varieties, £10 per .1000,; £1. G a. per ...
SHYING HORSES ARE NEARSIGHTED. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 27 May 1887
SHYING HORSES ARE NEAR SIGHTED. "Why it is that shying in horses should be set down to an ugly dis position I don't know," said a prominent veterinary surgeon. "It must be be cause horsemen'don't know what else to lay ft to. The fact is that it is seldom met with unless the horse is nearsighted. I have tested scores of shying horses for near-sightednese, and in nearly all cases found what I expected. And now when I am asked to give points on buying horses I give this as one of the re quisites: Never buy a. horse that is near-sighted. There are, however, two exceptions to this rule. If the horse is to have a mate, then it doesn't make any difference about the sight. One horse can go blind if the other is clear-sighted. If the horse is to be used for riding to saddle be careful that he is not near sighted, for he will throw you sooner or later. " The reason why a near-sighted horse shies is very simple," the surgeon con tinued. "Of all animals the horse is the most gentle, and even ti...
FOOTBALL. TATURA v. KYABRAM. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 27 May 1887
FOOTBALL. (FROM OUR OWN CORRERPONDENT.) TA'IURA v. KYABRA3t. The first mateli of the season between the above clubs took place in Hogaa's Ial dock on Tuesday last. The Kys? brani team arrived on the ground, having been conveyed by Mesrs. Nicholl and Co.'s engine. Tatura played with 17 men only, three good players being absent. The Kyabram were captained'-by Turniey, and Lacey wai appointed to a like office. Kyabram won the toss and elected to kick to the east goal. Very soon after the kick off it was quite -apparent that, even with three men short, Tatura were too much for Kyabram. For the first ten mini utes the ball was kept in close proilmity to the Kyabram goal on the right wing. After a severe struggle L. Byrne hail a shot for goal, which resuhlteo in thie first behind for Tatura. Begg kicked off for 'tyabram.on the left wing, where some really good play took place. Wilson, .who from first to last played well,. obtained a mark, passed it on to Lacey, who sent it close to the de...
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 27 May 1887
S.GOVERNMENT GAZETTE:. :,!J; Sittings in the Supreme Court for the .hearing of criminal trials, will be held in 'Sheppartn; on Friday, .9th September. General Sessions will be held in Slhep ipaton, and. County Court meeting on 'the 21st xJune. ' Tenderc for conveyance of mails will .be received until nten .lut May, 1887, for 8 years, from 1st July, 1887, 'to'"801h June, 1890, as follows : 'To." 'and' from post-office and ;railway . elation, Baldwinsville, one Strip per day : To and from Baldwinsville and Cooni, vii' Merrigum, Harston, i':?d 'Girairre East, three days a week; .To and from post-office and railway sta tion, Kyabrain, two tripea day ( to and froiri'Kyahram and Taripta, tlree days ýa iweek; 'To and from.:Kyabram and .;Lniicnater, three days a week ; To and .fronimKyabram and Heiley~ three days a wieek.' : At Echuca.-Strawberry poley, iow, ihole in both ears, like' JM near rump ; red and'ihito steer. bean worked, no visible brands red and white jolej steer, been worked, t...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 27 May 1887
Trade Addresse.s KYABRAM... DALY, WOODYATT, & DOINKIN H AVE the pleasure to inform the inhabitants of the Goulburn Valley. and publio in general that they have opened their New and Commodious Stores And are now showing a GENERAL DRAPERY. Men and Boys' clothing' Boots and Shoes, furniture, &c. Comprising all the Latest Novelties from the English and Continents Market, and as these goods have been purchased by their home buyer they have no hesitation in asserting that for variety, durability, and sterling value they are unapproachable in this market Dress goods in Silk, satin, plushee, vilveteens, stockingettes, foulle cloth, plain and tulted serges, cashmeres, merinos, alsace, the newest designs in trimmings; mantles, dolmans, uleters, 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 duo consideration to FASHION AND ECONOM Y...
BURGLARY AT TOORAK. THE MANSE OF THE REV. J. F. EWING BROKEN INTO. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 27 May 1887
THE. ItIAlS' O 1' 1f3l. I1IiV. J. r C;WII G, iBROKGiN. INTO.:, Last night tholie'Ie. J F.' Ewing, of Toorak;, was coiiluctiig erveiceo at the Presbyterian- : C?.urill, Tiuraki the manse, w ChiCh is close to the church, was broken into,;' and money and jewelleryto t'e vaiue of about £50 were stolen. Th eIfaiilfy were' at church,' and the loors were nll 'carefully locked. En trance wias obtained Iby forcing oper~ the lack door.' Two bedroms'. ini the pilace were then entered and rananeked, and some boxes broken opoen The liu.rglar had evidently done his work in. a hurried manner, fearing, probably' the retnml of s,,me of the family, for nome. articles of ennsiderablo value, which might have, been carried ofi, were left bhhinld.':Tlhe servant-girl, who was tliohe first . to return, found the back door :opi, antd discovered that a robbery hiad been 'coi mitted. .A local polienijn, ni:neod Carter, was first sunlmoted, but it wasR thought advinable to obtain tlio sertvices of export otffi...
THE EFFECTS HAVE BEEN WONDERFUL "Ilford Road Dispensary, Dukinfield, May 3rd, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 27 May 1887
THar rFarTs HAVE BEE3 WONDERPUL SIlford Road Dispensary, Dukinf8eld May 8rd, 1884. "Dear dir,-I am happy to inform you that the sale of your Syrup and Pills increases here continually. Several of my customers speak of having de rived more benefit from the use of these than from any other medicine. In some instances the effects have been wonderful.-Yours very respectfully. "Pro. Edwin Eastwood, J. B." Cost of Arms-Sleeves. The expenses of the of the N.8,W. Water Commission are set down at £16,000. Geo. Rubear, the champion sculler of England, has started for America, where he intends to engage in a double oared contest, with Hanlan, against Teemer and Hamm,
FORTHCOMING AGRICULTURAL SHOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 27 May 1887
'ORTHCOMING AGRICULTURA L . SHOWS, . Tel iccretdries, of, tihe oarios Agri cultural Societies'. are 'requested to fir ward ~thio dates upon *which r thlni respaecti o exhiiitiois wiil bo helld, and copide~ of thle prize bchedulesr as soon as publiscd. S JULY.' . - " 5, 6.-Wentworth, N.S.W. 2l.-Deniliquin. S: AUGUST. 2, 8.-Corown, N.S.W. 18.-Narandsra. 23 to 27.-National Agricultnral Society of Victoria.: . , SEPTEMBEIR. 7, 8.-Wimmern Distriot,'at stawell. 14 -Wychceproof. 22, 23.-Eclhca. . *8.-Numurkah Agricultunil Society. SOCTOBER. . 4. S.- Roclictor. 6.-BDcchus Misirshi. 13.-Murchison. 6 i .-Nagaimbiec.L i ,' r' . i'* 19, 20.-Tatun. , NOVEM3BER. 1 1i ;17.-K-yInton Agri cultural Assahiatl?i 4.- BallirhtaGeneald.Spring Show. -
PLOUGHING MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 27 May 1887
P:LOUGHING MATCH. ' SThe meeting called for Satuiday after ho6on,'to~tAke into considerntiol the ad visability 'of holding the bi-anlual ploughing nmatcl, was represented by onlY.tweler pctsons. Mr. W. Cross was voted to the chair, who stated that the object of the meeting was for the pur ?pose of forming a sub.committee. Hie, as president of the local society, thought it would have looked better and was decidedly under their province to carry nut ploughing matches as well as show=. Mr: .Cross informed the meeting that t'he .society would subsidise the collec tions of the.sub'-conunittee by 10s. to 'every £1.. In answei to a question, ..r: Cross said that the rules of the society were, by the annual subscription f £1,l every member of the anciety was 'entitle d to compete at the autdmn and spring shows, and also to ploughing matches. He thiraght the society were wrong in allowing the ploughing match to be taken up. by the outside public. In answer to Mr. Wilson he said that Sthe sub...
COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PRODUCE REPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 27 May 1887
0O1hERCIAL .INTELLIGPWNOIE PR.: ODCE I? EPORTS " Thie market still remains very quiet, no Sbarley or onts coming, wheatt Ihas risen to Ss 71.. '-.:S-.Messrs Williams and Co. report the ýmarket as follows:--Wheat, So. B d ; Barley, 4, 7,.1; good samples, oats, from 2s 4d.to ,'2s 7d. The following are the consignees now :lying at the Tatura ndlway station :-W. Saomer, latcliffet, talkyard, Groves, H ogan, :Forsyth, N'icholl. Field, P. D. Ryan. ;aTar cols--V. Ryan, Johnson and Forget,-F. 'Willinuis, Lancaster, :Phillips, Miss Leaders ' Clacton, Flinn. :Theo'foloning are the exports from the railwaylatatiou: · Wheat: 405 2 trucks of pigs, triicks of straw,; trucks ?f chaff, 2 trucks of sheep 2 trucks of pnro `duce. . SThe lNational 2iortgage'ad i Agency Com pany, (lmtd.,) report having sold i privately iluriig week ending 7ithI .May; ,887, 77486 ,bags of polduce ;yis.:-\Whenat,'-' 40il to 4s ; 'flur, £8 5s to6 £9 ;' oats,cape,!2s 4d to "as di feedu, 28 7dto 2s'lld ;milling, 3e i barlety...
MYSTERIOUS DISAPPEARANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 27 May 1887
MYSTERIOUS DISAPPEAR ANCE. Mr Robert Dawson, an old and well known resident of North Fitzroy, dis appeared in a very mysterious manner before daybreak on Friday. He was a man of a retiring, honourable, sensitive disposition, and seemed to brood over the lose of some goods. which. he.was importing from the old country, and which had not been insured. He was well-to-do however, and a trip home to England was suggested as a means of givino him a healthier tone of mind. He attempted to drown himself before the vessel reached Adelaide, from whence he was sent back overland in charge of a man. Since then he has been closely watched day and night. On Thursday night Mrs. Dawson could not go to bed in case she would fall asleep, but esat up in a chair. Between 4 and 5 a.m. Mr. Dawson got out of bed, and said he wanted to have a walk in the yard. Mrs Dawson went with him, and they walked up and down for some time; then they sat in the verandah, when Mrs. Dawson suggested that it was very cold...
ABDUCTION OF A MINOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 27 May 1887
ABDUCTION OF A MINOR. A grazier residing on the Tambo River, near Bairnedale, named Christo pher Ashcroft, was arrested in Warrnam bool on Saturday morning, for abducting Miss Mary Ellen Wilson, a young lady 18 years of age, who resides in the same locality. It appears that on the 8th inst. Ashcroft and Miss Wilson were married at the Wesleyan Church, Lone dale-street; Melbourne, and then came westward to spend their honeymoon. The marriage took place, however, with out the consent of the young lady's parents, who net the law in motion, and a warrant was issued for the arrest of the bridegroom, a young man of about 28. A description of Ashcroft was given in the Police Gazette, with the re suit that Constable Gibson, after reading it, arrested the supposed offender, who was staying with his bride at the Cri terion Mnotel. The young man at once admitted that he was the person for whom the warrant had been issued, and he was brought before Mr. J. G. Taylor, P.M., on Saturday, charged w...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 27 May 1887
Notices. .i F r., STOCK, STATION PRO iDUCI N of all kind?ll; .i NTew Zealand :Loan and' , Mercantile. . :Agency Conmpany (Limited: CAPIT'AL:. ... . ... £3,00,0001 El SERV' FUND .... .:7£27,000 MlMkeo Liberal CashllAdvanceeson StationLSJairities-, Ensuing Clips of W?Vnl, Grain, &I FOR SALE in MELBOURNE, Or SHIPMENT to LONDON. Auction Sales of Wool held regularly iliunoughout the season. Auction Sales, of Tallow, Hides,` She(pslians, Leather, &c., -three timnle -iveek tibrougltuouiteiygar., ' Auctioni Sales of Grain, Flour, &c., held every Wednesday. DAVIDI,ELDER, Manager. SIYOUNGH1USlAND;:, Wooal and Produce Manager. IIelbourne Wool aid Grain Warehouses, Collins-street West. Pianos. Pianos. Organs. Organs ..- _ R F tU .R =L O N G S .84 Swratistoai-street;:! L Wit. (Four doors from Bourke-street.) - Pianos by Riloiseh, Shtiedmayer,' Lipp, Aucher, Bord, Schlroir, Wilmer, &c- Agent for,the- celebrated Mignon piatnos'; Cloughatid Wairren Orgasria NOTICE TH...
WRESTLING MATCH. CANNON v. CONNOR. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 27 May 1887
W-IESTLING MATCH. CANNON v. CONNOR. On Sturday night, at the Exhibition buildingi Cannon and Connor wrestled a niatcl of three falls, Greeco-Roman style, to £500. The contest created a large asount of interest, and fully 5,000 pectators witnessed it. The rush for'seats on the stage and on the balconyj'overlooking it was very great, and a large portion of the floor space was 'als occupied by a closely-packed mass o partisans of. one competitor or the othe r; but, with the exception ot ? rather noisy prelude to the appearance of the adversaries, and wild burets of enthusiasm as the match proceeded, there was no disorder. A large body of police were present, but they would have. been powerless to control so large a gathering if the contest had not passed off without the" lighteet occasion for disputing the fact that the better man won what may be fairly said to have been the most fiercely contested wrestling match that has ever been witnessed in Mlelbourne. The wrestlers were old oppon...
THE SELECTION, PLANTING, AND CULTIVATION OF ORCHARD FRUITS AND VINES. HINTS FOR AMATEURS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 27 May 1887
HE'I: ESICI ClIUN, PLIANTING, i' AND CULTIVATION O'F 'On CIIARD' FRUITS AND VINES; HINTS FOR A.IATEURS, (Br J. WasT, 'Moonoor?rs.) The present season. gives pronise of being highly, favorable for plnnting, and the following hints may therrefore prove serviceable to many.pereoim who have had little or no e:;perience in the work. I h wIe endeavored to be brief and to the point so thht the while may be preeented in a compact an,.l handyJ formn for refereonce. June, July and August are tho bls~ months for pIlailting decidluous trees mIid vines, hut the whole of the Orange family should be lheli over till tha end it the latter monuth dr beginning of.Sop tombbr. They may be planted right thrtiglh September arid the beginning of October, not only with safety, but with the certainty of getting .100: per cent better results thain if put out in tleo ilad of winter, with anpples, lpenrsa, peacliets, etc., as.in generally, the *custom.-, Evoen t Paralnattin and l' the :chief :'ora'nget district...