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OUR MUSICAL COLUMN. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 22 June 1894
OUR MUSICAL COLUMN. We have just had forwarded to us a topy of a London monthly, " Musical Opinion " (No. 200.) All who love music for music's sake, who are inter ested in the study of musical forms and phraseology, or who care to keep them selves well-informed concerning the musicians and music of the day. as well as, improvements and alterations in the various instruments in use, should find in it a deal that is both attractive and instructive reading. Among the various mains and jottings are some really interesting scraps of news. An account of the difficullties an actress in the part of Marguerite in the opera of " Faust" has to contend with, compared with those of one performing the same part in the drama, is decidedly interesting. Rubinstein's ideas on the subject of oratorio music as related in the " Notes on News" also invite atten tion, the great pianist being reported as having said among other things in the same' strain,-" When I hear and see the sublhiue characters of th...
DEPUTATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 22 June 1894
DEPUTATION. A joint deputation from the Echuca and Waranga Waterworks Trust and the Rodney Irrigation Trust on Wednes day last asked the Ministeir of Water Supply, Mr M'Coll, to take over at a valuation the pumping plant erected on the Goulburn River to supply their districts before the national' channels of the Goulburn were constructed. Com Cussen represented the Rodney Trust, and Com J. W. Mason the Echuca and Waranga Trust. Mr M'Coll suggested that the pro posal be submitted in writing, and he would then consider it. The deputation then asked that the deposit receipts of the two bodies for moneys locked up in the reconstructed banks be accepted. by the' Treasury at their face value in payment of interest on loans advanced by the Government. Mr M'Coll said that matter entirely rested with the Treasurer, whom he advised them to see on the matter. The delegates from the Rodney Irri gation Trust remarked that the addi tional £50,000 allotted to it was in sufficient to make the works...
KYABRAM NOTES. Kyabram, Wednesday [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 22 June 1894
KYABRAM NOTES. (FROM0 OUR" OWN CORRESiONDENT). K Kyabram, WednesdayI The balance sheet of the Hospita Demonstration, held here in the hall recently, is now to hand, and discloses gross proceeds to the amount of £28 18s 3d. The nett balance of £26 8s 9d has been allocated by forwarding £15 to the Mooroopna Hospital and £11 to Echuca ; the few shillings being carried forward. Mr H. Unitt has tendered his resig nation as a trustee of the Kyabram race course reserve, and as a member of the committee of management of the reserve for public recreation in this town. The same has been acknowledged by the department of Lands and Survey. It must surely be considered a presage of better times, financially, when the churches are thinking of making special efforts to relieve their indebtedness. The Presbyterian body has determined to hold a three or four' days out-door fete in September, on the Rcreation Reserve, and are building up a monlter progranmme of amusement for all. ' The Wesleyans inte...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 22 June 1894
ANXtOUS MOTIIt.E: " I am o80 rnd you camp, doctor. Little Johnny did l1othniig but rave all night. I hope bin brain ii not affected." Doctor: "HBi brain seemls to ?:s normal, but the digestive organs are slight:,) paralyzed." "That is very utrange. I asked him if he had eaten anything thls dia. agreed with him, and he raid he hbad iso. He always tells me the truth. All he ad. eaton yesterday was a quart of chetlunt., balf.a.dozen pears, some apples, a law araspl, mqd a wate"tlioa - ..,'! ..-,
G.V.D.F. ASSOCIATION. JUNE 27. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 22 June 1894
C.V.D.F. ASSOCIATION. -:o: JUNE 27. Mooroopnav.Undera. Tatura v. Kyabram. Shepparton v. Ramblers. JULY II. Undera v. Tatura. Kyabram v. Ramblers Shepparton v. Mooroopna. JULY 18. Mooroopna v. Tatura. Ramblers v. Undcra Shepparton v. Kyabram. JULY 25. Undcra v. Kyabram. Shepparton v. Tatura. Ramblers v. Mooroopna. AUGUST 1. Undcra v, Mooroouna. Kyabram v. Tatura. Ramblers v. Shepparton. AUGUST 8. Undera v Shopparton. Ramblers v. Tatura. Miooroopna v. Kyabram. The game in each instance will be played on the ground of the first-named club
PEDESTRIANISM. A PECULIAR COMPLICATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 22 June 1894
PEDESTRIANISM. A PECULIAR COMPLSrICATION. A foot-race was to have been run at Gurney's running-grounds, Flemington, on Monday last, for £50 a-side between Patrick J. Breen, of Baldwinsville, a runner of some repute, and .ames M'Garrigal, a Queensland champion. But while the patrons of foot-racing were assembling round the cinder, track, M'Garrigal and a fellow.sprinter, whose nameois Patterson, and whose Christian name is obscured Ibehind the sobriquet of "Stepper," were quietly awaiting the arrival of bondsmen to liberate them from the City Watchhouse, in which they had been lodged by Detective Guthrie at a quarter to 3 o'clock. The detective had acted upon a warrant sworn by Breen, who charged Patterson with having forged an endorsement to a cheque, and M'Garrigal with having been guilty of larceny as a bailce'of a cheque. The particulars of the alleged offence are curious. Breen says he was induced to give a cheque for £5 to M'Garrigal to be wagered at long odds with a man unmed ...
SPORTING NOTES. FIXTURES. RACING. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 22 June 1894
SPORTING NOTES. FIXTURES. RACING. July 4-Undera. COURSING. June 28-Nunmurkah District. July 4-Nagnmble. ,, 18--Murchison and Dargalong. 19, 12(tNumurkah District. Aug. 3, 4-Nanu,,ubie. ,, I,-N-uurkLu ah District. ,, 0--Numurkah District. Sept. 4-Naganibic. FOOTBALL. JUNE 23. Essendon v. Geelong. South Melbourne v. Fitzroy. St. Kilda v. Carlton. Port Mfelbourne v. North Melbourne. Williamstown v. Richmond. Footscroy v. Collingwood. Melbourne vacanmt.
MELBOURNE PREMIERSHIP MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 22 June 1894
MELBOURNE PREMIERSHIP MATCHES.. The following are the results: South Melbourne, 10 goals 7 behinds v. 'North Melbourne, 5 goals 8 behinds ; Melbourne, 7'goals 5 behinds v. Carlton, 8 goals 3 behinds; Essendon, 11 goals 12 behinds. v. Richmond, 6 goals *2 boehinds.;. Port Melbourne, 5 goals 2 behinds v. Collingwood, 4 goals 8 be hinds; St. Kilda, 6 goals 4 behinds v. Geelong, 4 goals 7 behinds; Fitzroy, 4 goals 8 behinds v. Williamstown, 3 goals 7 behinds.
FOOTBALL. TATURA V. MERRIGUM. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 22 June 1894
FOOTBALL. TATURA V. MiERRIGUsf. A friendly game was played between the above teams on Saturday last, at Merrignm, and resulted in an easy win for the former by 11 goals 11 behinds to 1 behind. The goal-kickers for Tatura were : - Hardiman (4), Orford (4), Wilson, Price and Butler. An interesting match was played on Saturday afternoon last between the Tatura Juveniles and the Murchison Juveniles. Each side appeared equal as regards size, but the Tatura boys showed to advantage, both as to weight and play. The game was played strictly, and with a friendliness that did them great credit. From the start the Tatura boys. by superior play, had the best of the game, and in the first quarter had a goal to their credit, and at the finish 4 goals 4 behinds to 2 behinds. It is difficult to individualise the players, but it was remarked by a number of by standers - not barrackers - that the game was more enjoyable to them than any senior match they had seen on the ground. Mr Dainty officiated a...
BENEDICTS V. BACHELORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 22 June 1894
BENEDIOTB V. BAOIIELORIS. A natch will. be played on the local ground 'on Wednesday next, between the Benedicts and Bachelors of Tatura. The game will probably be a very interesting one, and all intending players on both sides are requested to be on the ground at 2.30 to ehect captains and allow of the game starting at 3 prompt. The Benedicts team will be chosen from the following :--Burns, Brook, Doidge, Box, Bartlett, Dainty, Diddlams, Dick, Dowell (2), Forsyth, Ileaphy, Helyar, Lander, Lacey, Layton, Maskell, Moran, Mulcahy, Maxwell, P. Murray, Orford, S. Murray, Montgomery, McMahon, Redfern, Ritchie, Sutton, Wadeson, Wilsoni (2). The Bachelors will be chosen from :-Bastin, Davis, Harden, Colkin (2), Charlotte, Dowell, Hanlon, Henderson, Hoyle, Hewson, McRobert, Miles, Maskell, Lockwood, Pritchard, O'Reilly, Poole (2), Ryan, Tilley, Webb, Wilson, Waugh, and Walker. A match, which will doubtless cause a deal of excitement, is mooted between the Ilenedicts of Tatura and Shepparton....
VICTORIAN JUNIOR FOOTBALL MATCHES [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 22 June 1894
VICTORIAN JUNIOR FOOTBALL lMATCHES The following are the results : A. Section. Napier Imperials, 7 goals v. Colling wood Juniors, 3 goals; Austral, 4 goals v. North Williamstown, 2 goals ; Essendon District, 9 goals v. Ascotvale, 1 goal ; South Yarra, 5 goals v. Brigh ton, 3 goals; University, walk-over, v. Camberwell. B. Section. Fitzroy Juniors, 5 goals v. North Melbourne Juniors, 8 goals; Albion United, 7 goals v. Hawthorn, 3 goals; dMarylebone, 3 goals v. Brunswick, 2 goals; West Melbourne Juniors, .5 goals v. Carlton Juniors, 2 ,goals; Richmond City, 4 goals .v. Preston, 2. goals.
CASUAL JOTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 22 June 1894
CASUAL JOTTINGS. [BY FLYAWAY.] Once more was the pleasure-seeking Taturaito "deprived of his Sunday's amusement. Festive nursemaids wlho had promised themselves an afternoon's stroll down the gravelled walks of the Botanical Gardens were fain to leave untouched their bonnets and gay ribbons, and to let their dainty six-and-ai-quarters lie unperfumed in the glove-box. . Young men who had spent a virtuous Saturday evening in endeavouring to button their new high-toned collars and to persuade the gorgeous blue-and-yellow tie with pink spots to sit sedately beneath their chins, looked out at 10 a.m. from their bed-room windows and concluded that it was " no use getting up early to-dlay." For, alas! out-door walks and pro menades were forUidden-fog and freezes were the order of the day. I am happy to be able to relate that, spite of it all, there were comparatively few buggy accidents or collisions in the crowded thoroughfares of Casey and Hogan streets, and the loss of life consequent t...
I AM TIRED ! [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 22 June 1894
I AM TIRED I Sufferers from indigestion and liver complaint are subject to a continued feeling of drowsiness, headache, tired aching limbs, and a general inclination to languour. These symptoms are due primarily to a deficient secretion of bile, the natural cathartic of the liver, which, when secreted in insufficient quantities, permits the coarse and fibrous particles of the food and other waste and poison ous matter from all parts of the system to become impacted in the duodenum and lower intestines, creating a very dangerous condition which requires in stant and proper treatment. An ex perience of five years with Clements Tonic has proved this remedy a specific for such complaints, and its universal success has resulted in thousands of imi tations being forced on the market; not because they possess any therapeutic value, for they are purely speculative ventures. Sufferers who desire to get relief must insist on having' Clements Tonic. It acts scientifically has proved. its- effi...
AN AUSTRALIAN STORY. [COPYRIGHT.] WHO IS HE? OR The Indian Matahma in Australia. AN AUSTRALIAN STORY OF THE Natural & Supernatural, CHAPTER XXV.—(CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 22 June 1894
AN AUSTRALIAN STORY.' [COPrfyHGlT. I WHO IS HE ? OR The Indian Ilatahma in Australia. AN AUSTRALIAN STORY Ol TIll Natural & Supernatural, DY ENNE' TIl .IIAMIL'TOY, M.D., .R.C.S. CHA-PTER XXV.-(CorTImueD.) Of course the people wcro fooled as they always have been fooled under such cirmtI stia?es. TVherowere the government nesws papers, the pulpit orators, who miglit he cot - eidered the physicians of thopublie( Govern mont-why, moy dear sir, the governlcent wt:L composed of the very oment who weore inoculated with themtadltess. Newsp-ip3rs -theyecoioed their typo into gold and grow so fat and lusty oia it all that a mani who wanted to sakni the morning news at his ease would have had to hire a porter to carry his daily literature behind himt. The pulpit-why should 'it rush in the face of It provi ldence that gave it goull and big cheques in its silver plate? There ' war not a voice of calm reatson rised in Mel(llbtorne, though it would bo fully to siuppose thait out of its .1...
TATURA LITERARY AND DEBATING SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 22 June 1894
TATURA. LITERARY AND DE BATING SOCIETY. The debate of the literary and debating society, at the Mechanics' this evening, will be extra interesting, and the general public are cordially invited to be present. The "Federation of the Colonies " is the subject to be discussed, the members forming themselves into a mimic parlin ment for the nonce. We have been requested to publish the following "bill" which will be brought forward by the ministry : THE MINISTRY. J. A. Carey,'premier and attorney-general. J. Burns, minister of railways. - Power, minister of lands and agriculture. O. F. Vaughan, Treasurer, chief secretary, and minister of public health. Rev. J. Bate, minister of justice and defence. W. Hector, postmaster-general. E. Hanley, minister of water supplyand mines - Hamilton, minister of public works. R. W. Maxwell, minister of customs. The speaker is Mr J. D. Love, the chairman of committees Mr Schriebcer, and the leadter of the opposition Mr S. Murray. BILL TO PROVIDE FOR TiE F...
SECOND DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 22 June 1894
SECOND DAY. -0-o The heavy atmosphere that hung over the land precluded a view of the first course, but later in the day the mist lifted, and with the exception of being a cold day, it was otherwise enjoyable. The following are the results : FlesT TIES-ALL-AGED. Her Highness beat Fancy. . Victory beat Tom Moore. Lady beat Fairy Queen. SECOND TIES. Her Highness beat Victory. Lady a bye. DECIDING COURSE. Her Highness beat Lady, and won the stake. FIRST TIEs-PurPPIeS. Bloom beat Blue Bell. Linda a bye. DECIDING COURsE. Bloom beat Linda, and won.
TATURA COURSING CLUB. FIRST DAY'S COURSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 22 June 1894
TATURA COURSING ICLUB. FIRST DAY'S COURSE. The first meeting of t son om-n menced on Wednesday last at'.Dixon's Hill, Dhurringile Estate. The`da? was all that could be desired for coursinm. but some portions of the couhtry was heavily timbered, which precluided the' view. Aboum 70 persons was on the ground. It was close on one o'clock before the first rise took place, a good amount of country having been explored. The first course was for All-aged Dogs, a sweepstake of £1 Is. (ach. First dog, half stake; second dog, One fourth; third and fourth dog (if ally), one-eight.. Story's F ny beat Wilkinson's Connaught. House's Her Hifgho beat Peeblo's Ayrshire Lad. McCarthy's Victory bet 'T wn's Fairy. Dr R. S. Reid's Tom Moore eat J. McElgunn's The Bride. Mr Smith's Lady beat J. McElgu 's Leprachaun. Story's Fairy Queen a bye.
Returned with Thanks. [Newspaper Article] — The Kyabram Union and Rodney Shire Advocate — 22 June 1894
l~turnod with Thanks. Theshadowe lengthened in the room, Tae fliekering firelight rent Soft rays IOeces thu purple gloom That reoted on a aoo,, in bloom, And eye o"f sweet content. Lowv a her feet, with earnest air, lie, ut and watched the ligtlt That glistoned in her yellow hair And eparklel 'mid the jewuld rare Upon her bosom white. S" woetheart," lhe trembling said, and gray Eyes sought the blue above, ' You know what I acm going to nay, Oh, tell me, darling-tell me, pray, Do you return my love?" Her flower face dropped prettily, With tender blushes lit; " Yes, I return your love," raid she, " Because"-hoa stammered " You-you-seer Ihavenouosefor it " "E.telluating cireumstancea" haer eeldoun been pleaued with greater ingeutid or upon morJ novel grounds than by a cpt prit recently tried in a German court O julstie for murder and robbery. According to custom, the presiding judge, before untu ming up the evidence for tue juro's conside ration, asked the prisoner whether he had. anyt...