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WE SHOULD BLOT OUT DISEASE IN ITS EARLY STAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 3 June 1887

WE SHOULDBLOT OU¶r DIS EASE IN ITS EARLY STAGES. The disease commences with a sligh derangement of the stomach, but, i neglected, it in time involve h3 ole frame. embracing ? tlei?d neys, liver, pincheas, and in fact the entire glandular system ; and the afflicted drags out a tmiserable existence until d.ath gives relief from suffering. The diseasy 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 difficulty in breathing after eating? Is there a dull, heavy feeling, attended by drowsiness ?. Have: the eyes i -yellow tinge? Does a thick, sticky. mucous gather about the gmns and teeth in the mornings, accompanied by a disagree able taste? Is the tongue coated? Is 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 ...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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DEFRAUDING THE RAILWAY REVENUE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 3 June 1887

DEFRAUDING ITE HALLWAY REVENUE. A young man named F'rederick: ifoe ken, wieh lives at BurwoodI, was prose cuted by Constable Flannery, of the Railway department, at the .liawthlor, court; on Tueuday, on tie charge of rid ing from Melbourne to Camberwell' in a first-class carriage on a second-clans ticket. Porter Martin, stationed at Camberwell, gave evidencen that on tile 3rd May, whilst collecting tickets at tile wicket, Iheobserved tlo'defendant getting out of a fret-'ess carriage at the far end of the train, which had )et arrived from Auburn. Witness took no furthet no tice of him mhtil presemntly he attempted to pass through the wiekea onr the se cond-l-clss ticket prodee?d. He told de fendant that he was liable to be prose cuted for the offtenr he had committed, but offered to accept an, excess fare for the journey, which, however, the de fendant refused to pay, lmaking use of very offensive language. IDefendant stated that he made a mistake in get ting into the carriage. He de...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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ITEMS OF INTEREST. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 3 June 1887

ITEM OF INTEItEST. The Deni qoin PLastoral and Agri cultural Soc ty have issued their prize list for the how-,to be held on 21st July next. The amount of prize money offered this ear is £1,300. Lord Car rington ha accepted an invitation to visit Denil uin.' He purposes arriving. here on th 19th July. and will be pre sent at th aunnual races and the show. Sir Henry Loch, the Governor of Vic toria, also purposes visiting Deniliquin during th week, and will be the guest of Mr. M Culloch at Warbreccan sta tion. The la t ball at the Hotel de Ville in Paris seeins to have been rather a mixed affair. Some of the women appeared in their Sunday apparel, and, wearing bon nets;- aid some of the men in walking costume. The guests consumed 50,000 tumblersof beer, 4,500 plates of sand wiches, ,500 bottles of claret, 2,500 bottles bf champagie,; and 8,000 bowls of punch.- t-Smoking was freely indulged in, and the atmosphere of the Salle des Gardes was thick with the fumes of to hbicco--and such to...

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MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. FRIDAY, 27TH MAY, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 3 June 1887

-ECOHANIUS' INSTITUTE. FRIDAY, 27Tl Miay, 188... Tihe meeting of the Oonmnlittd 6of the above institutiou was held in the local hall. Present-Messrs. C. W. Wileodi (vice-president), Love, Groief, Smnith; R,,oney,. Bezeley, Ilalkyari, add thd Rev. A. Chammbers. Tihe minutes of the previous heetilng were read and comrileited. CORRniPONtbk?INCL. From the Chief Secrdtary's a?l?ed stating that £20 lied been passed to thid Free Library. Received. From Mr. Simpson, M,t.A; etatidig that he was pleased in being dble to state that the Departmetent had saeemilee in giving the £20 townaiid th6-libraryi and stating that he wIdld always be happy to further tlidhe interest of thd ins4titute. From E. J. Staerry; .L.A., whd stated lie was on the deputation; and furthet' stated that he would always lid happy to further the interest of thd institute. Fromn Mr.'Winter, M.IJ.A., referrih? to the deputation, and eodoraing the previous statement of the former letters: From Mr. Shackell, M.L.A., referring ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 3 June 1887

S , I.Jl. ' ,:.; (Iate ofT Moira. . '=re"d.,lapRITEl, t.;:0, ::a . ... ....-..:i (Lat .Ji T. ....o .. ,. ,,I. tRSAuSddjAS9AC OMMlKODA ,IQ i unrehiCittiie'gatteiitioh, and di"' ry. S obti dnfor redtoi, E~ nI , .m J I . I.' L :4'... , *h1'),QBfllRR "andathe TRA4YJ LIN; JINO4 IPBLiJBsCus' BILLIARDS ! BILLIARDS!! 'BILLIARDS! !! H R.. B. ' OGIES .... ay.. on H.RE. ,,E?',- eon , fo. brl e . STABILI:N .A:CC OM'D .T? IO) N. -IOGA1Vº COMiMElRCIAL I HOTE0L, A! TrnHOMASHOGA'g I otintiao'tle %to4 ib undiri g idiitlibitantsanid putlic generally thlat Supertipi Accommodatwh hlido Moderate 0Ih rg4sa re he speciality ofth fistrtclass hc tel " All WaqlugarsM of time s U at'r.afsl 'sanal : .ar'4St fa ty :oinsa SUPERIOR. STABLING id • "CCOMMODAI:) '1 , -. DOCIS. SHorses andBuggies, as ,ell ai s Buggy Psris a1w %4S1n Hire., FINNS, 1'USHI INN. A EY-=S 1 . 4... i..TATURA. F IR T-c S A 'A'C'C ODMMODATIQ N "'''FOR"' NEW', SEASON'S DRAPERY' AT' WHOLESALE. PRICES. CRAIG, .WILLIAlY1SOI1 & HOl ; JAS IM...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 3 June 1887

S For Sale. For Sale., D UUE Parple .Straw SEED . I WHEAT, free from any mixture, way be lad by applyiig to LEWIS BYRNE, Baldwinaville. Notices. MRS. DUFFY, Fashionable Dressmaker, etc. In the Premises lately occupied: by Ma. " . H. BOYD. rAl Orders punctiualljy attende to. ,GOULBUEIN VALLEY NURSERY,: MOO RtOOP.NA, av- lepdid ',otofo FRU41I', per dozen. Oranges and :L emotis 18a' per dozen, "£6: 10s. per 100, £55 per 1000. Vines, well roited, wine va 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 Cs. per 100, 4s. per dozen. Cuttings ditto, 80s. per 1000. Shade and Shelter Trees, 7.. .6d. per dozen, £2 10s. per 100. gi':Send. for .our priced Catalogue 'which contains useful hints on the selection and planting of Oranges, Vines, and Orchard fruits. Messrs Knight Bros., 3si5sN1 , WUUasIna i, A FLORIOSTS, S SANDHURST. H AVE opened their branch estab lishment in Shepparton, near the Mecha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 3 June 1887

S Notices. ADVANCEumi WOOL, tURAIN, ,fl &c., STOCK, STATION PRO-: -)UCE vTeall kindsl, _New Zealand 'oan and Mercantile Agency Company (Limited.);. CAPITAL ... .. ... ,5o0,000 1 ESERVE FUND .. "£27,000 Make Liberal Cash Advances on Station Sotarities,- - Ensuing Clips of. Wool, Grainsi &'& FOR SALE.in MELBOURNE,:(-: Or SHIPMENT to' LOND'N. Auction Sales of Wool. held regularly t hluoughout tle sedson. ' A?cetion Sales of "Tallow, 'EHides, Sheepskin' Leather, &eo.three times al vreekthrougloblt'the year.:-::::: .,.1 SAuction' Sales of Grain,-Flour, &c., hold every Wednelsday: DAVID.ELDER, Manager. I. YOUNGHUSBAND, .?~Ul ehd:Produce.Manager., t Melbourne Wool and Grain Warehouses,, Collins-street West. Pianos. Piaiids. 'Organtis. rgans W R. 1 FURLOONG V .:.,84 ,S.wanaton-street, (FourIdoors fromioairk?estreet.) Pianos ':iby.l:;IRnisch, Shiedmayer, Lipp, Aucher, Bord,i Sch?roir, Wilmier, &c. 'Agentfor the; celebrated ligns0on pianos ; Clo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 3 June 1887

Auctions. STOCK SALES . SHEPPARTON, Tuesday,11th JI ni. TATURA, Wednesday, i5th- ýdnOe. T M'NAMARA and Cd. will Bell . on the abovie iatt,: ? Cattle, , Sheep,.. Hdreoll - etc. - At SHEPPARTON w. l tein - of 10 working bbllocks and tackle Granid lot. Steek Sales' ý URICHIbObN, MONDAY, . JUNE 6. SM'NAMARA will Bell olt'tf6 Sabove dates '60 Head young store Cattle, 'LO Head 'teer,. 8 working Bullocks and tackle," " contplete. Shbeep, -,. Horses, '&. Entrie' In'vited. At NOrimurkah we sell 'a iereial line ' f 10 forw?Aid cows atldullockh from Katanlra. J: M"'NAIMARA & CO., .Sheppnrt6~. J G6, STEWART, AUCTIONEER) I[NANCE and STOOK AGENT. A DVANCES nmade do Kyalirhiin .A Townahip propertieb for a B?ild-i ing SoCiety. Clearilig Sales conducted? Advances made on Farr s,-ik'aBh'i ld aind freehold, for.' term df .yeris, for the Ballarat Banking Cohrpany, Liberal bonditions as t'op ayment of prin'cipal. Stock Sales held at Kyabraid yards, on fourth Wediaceday of every mbnth- as...

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TATURA POLICE COURT. FRIDAY 27TH MAY, 1887. (Before Messrs. Wyatt, P.M., and J. D. Love, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 3 June 1887

TATURA POLICE COURT' FRIDAY 27th May, 1887: (Before Messrs. Wyatt, P.M., and J. D. Love, J.P.   Busich was charged with driving on the footpath by Constablr Cahill, First offence, filled 2s. 6d.   George Fae, for a similar charge, and also with having no name on his dray. For the first offence he was fined 2's. 6d, and 5s. for the second. Police v. J. P. O'Brian was charged by Constable Keigan with refusing admittance to the police at his licensed house. Mr. Argyle appeared for the defendant and applied for a remand on the grounds that his client had only reached Kyabram on Wednesday, and tlhetefore had hot sullicient time to slummon witnesses for his defence. The Bench allowed .&he case to 'htand ad journed for half an hour. TRUANT CHILDREN John Drummond, truant officer, had   quite a field day, and gained, verdicts in every case. Ellen Griffiths was charged with a breach of the Education Act. She had neglected to comply with tile act ...

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SHIRE OF RODNEY. MONDAY, MAY 30TH, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 3 June 1887

° M1Ii E OF RODNEt. MoNDAY, M~iY 30Tr 188?.: Present--Crt Cussen (president), brown, Baldwit, Lincasteir, Patteison, Drum, Hogan and Groves. COREeie#NDNC . FroI Ui'der-Titasurer, forwarding voucher f6r first balf year's iubsidy, "£1084 is. 9d:, for, signature of the Treasurer and President.-Received. From R L. M'Farlane, herdsman, Mooreopnh, in explanation to Mr. Johnson's letter, stating he was in 'structed by the President to idAke a 'charge of '4.. on cattle and 6s. one 'horses, wheh he had to 'employ labor to drive thdde ,to the pound.-Herds :man requested to refund over charge. From Same asking for a copy of the rules and regulations for the common. -Received. From ePutlib Works DepartLnent, stating that James Logaa's residence, -N. Murchison, hiad been appointed a polllng place for the S&ire of Rudney. -Receiied. From 'J. P. Carelin, nIo. Sec. ?ulli Disaster Fund, Sandhurst, asking Vfor a donation.-Received. ' From Secretary Echuci' ' and 'Waranga Water Trust, acknowle...

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The Kyabram Union. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. FRIDAY. JUNE 3, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 3 June 1887

The Kyabram Union.   PUBLISIEID EVERY FRIDAY. FRIDAY, JUNE 3. 1887., Through family affliction our reporter was compelled to leave the council chambers before the council rose, and through the courtesy of Mr. West of the Yeoman we are enabled to publish a full report of the meeting. The usual monthly meeting of the local agricultural society will be held to-morrow in the Mechanics'-hall.   Immediately after the meeting of the   society the sub-committee appointed to bring up their report will be discussed, and the schedule of prizes for the ploughing match will be discussed, and     ranged. Mr. Wyatt, P.M., at the Tatura Police Court, delivered a well-merited rebuke   on the manner in which the table   that is supposed to be placed for the convenience of the learned profession and the press was placed, and instructed Constable Cahill to inform the caretaker that the convenienlce and furniture ...

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AFTER MANY YEARS. "Whittle-le-Woods, near Chorley, "December 26th, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 10 June 1887

AFTER MANY TYEAS. " Whittle-le-Woods, near Chorley. "December 20th, 1883. 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 as 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 — 10 June 1887

LE A WOMAN FROM AUSTRIA. Near the . village of .Zillingdorf, in `.of Lower Austria, lives Maria Hass, an ee intelligenfi and industiious woman, whose. te story of. physical suffering and finaltef ni- lief, as related by herself, is of interest io to English women. "I was employed," Cs, she says, "'in the work of a larre farm or house. Overwork broughton sick head nt, ache, followed by. a deathly fainting and of sickness of the stomach, until I was for unable to retain either food or drink. I 'was compelled to take to my bed for Sseveral weeks. Getting a little better )t- from rest and quiet, I sought to do soma or work, but was soon taken with a pain .in ad m side, which in a little while seemed e to. spread over, my whole body, and - throbbed in my every limb. This was 0, friends told metthat my time had nearly ie come. antd that I could not live longer or than when the trees put on their green to once more. Then I happenedto get one! 0 of the Seigel pamlphlets. I read it, and m my...

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CHARGE OF ASSAULT AND ROBBERY. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 10 June 1887

CHARGE OF . ASSAULT AND ROBBERY. At the City Police -Court on Friday, before Mr. Call, P.M'., and several magistrates, a powerfully-built young man of respectable appearance, named Jas. Wilson;' was charged with as saulting Henry Hainsworth and robbing him of a watch and chain. The prose cutor, who is a clerk recently arrived from Urana, New South Wales, deposed that about 2 o'clock on the morning of the 19th May he was walking towards his lodgings in Carlton along Russell street. When he got near Londsdale street a man came out from a doorway and struck him a violent blow in the stomach, which brought him to his knee. The man then threw him on to the ground, stamped on him with his feet, knelt on him, tore his watch and chain away-breaking the chain in so doing tore open his trousers pocket, and then left him and joined another man on the other side of the street. Prosecutor was unable to move for about 10 minutes, but as soon as he could do so he informed a constable of the occurr...

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A FATAL FALL. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 10 June 1887

A FATAL FALL.. Shortty after :4 'clock on Saturday afternoon a labourer named Hugh Thomas Jones, aged 40 years, met with instantaneous death by falling from scaffolding at the rear of St. Ignatius Church, Church Street, Richmond. The deceased was employed by Mr. William Bonham, the contractor for St. Ignatius Church extensions. Jones and several other employea were engaged in lowering a large beam of timber to the ground. In getting the beam into position, Jones went on to the scaffolding which is about 80 feet from the ground, and was in the act of prising the beam forward, when he overbalanced himself, and fell on to a heap of stones below. One of the employes immediately rushed away for the assist ance of Dr. Eslner, who, on arriving in the course of a few minutes, pronounced life to be extinct. An examination of the body showed that the skull had been badly fractured, whilst both legs were broken:" The body was conveyed by the police to the dfcensed's residence in Palmer-street,...

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MR. WYATT'S APPOINTMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 10 June 1887

M.- WYATT'S APPOINTMENTS. Courts will be held as follow s during the half-year ending 80th Jue: Mur: Muhison, 22nd Rushworth, 23rd Tatura, 24th

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JUVENILE CRIME. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 10 June 1887

. JUVENILE CRIME. Further inqmuries made by the police in connection with the larcenies com mitted by the youth Joseph Frowley disclose a system of housebreaking and house robbery carried on by the youth that is remarkable for one so young. Frowley, who is about 183 year old, but looks-nmuch younger, has had a :com panion, a smaller boy named Bird, who kept watch' andn . also assisted in. the burglaries. Frowley and Bird recently went into Mr. Rowbottom's place, and took some silver watches 'and other articles. An entrance was obtained by Bird, who went down the chimney and opened the door. Both the boys have been systematically engaged in robbing houses which have been temporarily left by. the owners, and. altogether nine distinct cases of robbery :have been traced to them. Frowley has been the principal offender, but Bird is an incor rigible child, although only about 10 rears old. In the most -impudent manner' he stole some bottles of.: soda water before the eyes: of the \rife of...

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FORTHCOMING AGRICULTURAL SHOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 10 June 1887

FOI'tT?COMING "AG-ICUL" UtAL SHOWS The secretaries of the, various Agri' cultuIral Societies iren rerirestedi to fo r wardi t?th idtes ,upon whbich' their respective chillbitionsu ul ble feld, nind copies of the prize:rechedles as.a sou as, published. j AUGUST. 2, 3.-Coroiva,; .S.W. , 18.--~Naralnera... i 23 to 27.-National Agricultnral Society. of Victoria. SEPITE.I1BER. 7, 8. --Wimera D!ltrict, at Stawell. 14 -Wycheproof. 22, 23.-Echuca. 2 "8,- umurkah AgriculturatlSociuty. . .. OC'T'OBEIt. . , 4, o.--Rochcster. 6.--Bacchuis Mirsh. 1'3.--'*urcrisoa. 16.--Nagambie. - ":' '. '·.; 19, 20.-Tatura. r NOVEMBEIR. 16, 17.-Ky'netonAgricultural Association .24.--lllurtr t UGicrrl Slrisijg Show.

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EXTENSIVE FRAUDS ON A BANK. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 10 June 1887

EXTENSIVE FRAUDS ON A BANK. It is rumoured very extensive frauds have been perpetrated, principally upon the Bank of Now Souih Wales, Sydney, by meane s of forged ,bills of exchange, which have been discounted by that in stitution. The swlindler, whose name is not yet disclosed, is stated to be a Jew, who has influential friends, and a portion of the 'alone yihae been repaid to the bank. The .frauds are said to amount to aibout £7,000.

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AN UNFORTUNATE POSITION [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 10 June 1887

AN UNFO[RTUNATE POSITION At the City Court on Thursday, befoer Mr. Cell, P.M.1 and several nmgistrates. a young womni nameid Elizabeth Gib. son was presented on a charge ol vagrancy. It appeared that late on the previous night Am haid been arrested by Plain-clothes Constable Stokes whilst wanrdering about the streets in a home less and friceidless condition. She told him that she had been engaged in Sydney to perform as chorus singer in Cottier's troupes of minstrels, at the Nugget Theatre; in Bourke-street, Melbourne. Shea performed there for eight weeks, and' only received pay for two weeks. At the end of that time her. employer let? without paying her arrears. She obtained lodging in North Fitzroy, but being unable to pay her board or to obtain aniy employment, she ihad been turned out of the house. As Constable Stokesi repented the girl's story to the magistrates sihe became very much agitated, and sobbed con vulsively. Mr. Hill, the City Court visitor, asked the' Bench to disch...

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