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DEATH OF MR. RICHARD YOUNGE. LONDON, 6th June. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 10 June 1887
DEATH OF. MR. :RICHARD. • YOUNGE.. LoNDo', 6ti:h June? The death' isl announced of Ir. Itichard Ydiunge; the well-known attor. [Old. playgoers will learn with regret that Mr. Richard' Younge, the actor, is to more.' He must have been approach ing 70 years..,f. age,: t the time of his decease, andl for some. years 'previhusly had been'i the 'manager of a :company travellingthºrough Etlgland with one of the popu!ar comedies of' the day. But of late we have missed. his name from the customary&lt; announcements in the theatrical papers, and conclude that ill sresa or infirmity had compelled him to relinquish the active duties of a profes sion to which he' was warmly attached. He came out to Vistoriai upwards of 30 years ago in company' with the late G. V. Brooke, under engagement to Mr. George Coppin, and played lago to 'the great' ttgedian's Othello, ont the first appearance of both at the old Queen's Theatre, in 1854. The de ceased actor esustained the secondary part in most o...
COLONIAL FRUITS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 10 June 1887
COLONIAL, FRUITS. Tkhe display of colonial 'fruits at the Colonial and Indian Exhibition has wreated a considerable interest in the projue?t of establishing a fruit trade brtweeen Australia ad England,- ac cording to a circular which the Premier hsa received from the Secretary of State for the Colonies. In that conmmunica tion it is pointed out that such excellent fruits and oranges, lemons, arples, Iears. &c., could be sent from Australia at a time when they are not obtainable in the Northern Hemisphere, and in order that a regular' trade may be established information is 'desired on a amunber of points speciied in the circular. 'TIe particulars asked for are as to the chief fruits grow, in the colonyy, during what' months such fruite are obtaidnable, the. quantity available for" exi 'rt, the 'wholesale prices, the value and kind of the fresh and pre nerved fruits. at present exported, 'whether they may be produced in larger quantitize, and what steps are neessary to start ...
CHAFFEY BROS. AT MILDURA. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 10 June 1887
CIIAFFEY BROS. AT MSILDUIfA. :--4--t;-- . So far as .Mildura is concerned. Nlessrs. Chaffey Brothers do not intend to allow the agricultural reason which is now being entered upon to pass with without taking steps to cultivate a good portion of the .territory which they have taken in the malice country on the banks of the Murray. They have two staffs of surveyors now engaged in divid ing the portion of Mildura bordering on the river into townships sites, roads, and farms of various sizes, and have also some engineers employed in erect ing a temporary pumping engine. As soon as the surveyors shall have com pleted the survey of a sunlcient number of farm and garden blocks, which it is fully anticipated they will do within the next three weeks or a month, advertise maenti will be published containing the conditions under which those sites can be selected or'taken up by farmers and others. The firm will guarantee the selectors an adequate supply of water during the summer months, and af...
COMMEECIAL INTELLIGENCE. PRODUCE REPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 10 June 1887
COMM EI:CI[AL: INTELLIGENCE. PRODUCE ,REPORTS, The prodtice market ior the past week has slightly improved.' Wheat.has gone up to ts.8d ;barley the same as last.quotations very little oats coming in. Messrs Williams and Co. report the market nsfollows:-Wheat, se. 81 ; Marley' I4 7 4; good samples, oats, from 2a 4d to is ld. The following are the consignees now lying at the Tatura railway station:-. Williams and Co., Lockwood, Halkyard, i. Ryan, Hunter. and Co, Forsyth, O'Slh anessy, Hogan, Ryan, Lacey, Johnson ar.5 Forge, J. Poole, Baseley, Haslem, Telegraph Engineer, Rateliffe. Parcels Hunter and Co, Rae, Johnson and Forge, Henley, Williams and Co, Miss Carmody, J. and F. Tonkib, Lancaster,Tiller, lirever, D. D. Mellis, Morrissey, Mrs J. Crawford, F. King, Fahey, Ree,, Attwood, Stennett, Mirs Chambets, Miss Richmond The following 'are the exports from the alilway station:- - Wheat 6126 One truck of pigs, 7 trucks of sheep., The National Mortgage and Agency Comr poany, (mtd.,) repor...
KYABRAM BRADSHAW. MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 10 June 1887
KYABRAM ..JBAPDSHAW. ' . r, 4AIL NOTIECES. ` Mails close daily for" Melbourne.Toolamba jlMurchison. at 10.80 p.m. and 3.60 p.m. Mails arrive from Tatura daily, 5.30 p.m Rocheste'rTuesdays, Thursdays, and Satur days 10 a.m. , Depart to Tatura daily 9.30 a.m. To Rochester 4 p.m. Tuesdays, Thures days, and Saturdays. Postmaster-31r. D. 1). Mellis. Registrar of Births and Deaths-Miss. F Leader. Justices of the Peace-Messrs. A.'Allan S. Lancaster and Forge.
DARING HOTEL ROBBERY. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 10 June 1887
DARING' HOTEL ROBBERY. About 11 oelok Ist Tuesday night a daring iobbery was committed at the Fire Brigade Hotel, A'Beckett-street, butforttinately the thief was disturbed just as he was leaving the premises with his booty,, aqd was pursued and cap ,tured. From the manner in.which the robbery., was effected, it is aspposil'tlhat the thief identical with the one who has comnmitted a number of robberies in the various hotels in the city and suburbs recently. At about half.past 10 o'clock last Tuesday night three mnen entered the hotel, one of them called for drinks, and tendered a £10 note in payment. t Miss Miiry Almond, the licensee of the .hotel, took a canale, and went ipastairs to a roobmfacing thenstreet for change. The blind wis up, an that she could be seen from the street, and there is no doubt she was 'waithed by one of: the gang. The men remained in the bar for a time, aifd thenwent into the bar .parlour and loitered'about, playing cards and taking nmore drinks. ` Two of th...
New Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 10 June 1887
New Time ITable. Trains leave Tatura 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.mL;.ae.ive in Melboprns at 11.16 a.m. expresu from Seymour, and 10.15 p.m. ordi nary. Goulburn Valley trains arrive at Seymour 9.10 a.m. ant 6;47 p.m., and leave Seymour for Melbourne 9.83 a.m. and 7.53 p.m.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 10 June 1887
Auctions. STOOK jSALES. SiEPiPAlir T ; ' eridij 14th Jnie,, TATURA, Wednesday, .15th June. T.M'NAMARArAand 'Co. will el S, ou tile bve date, CUttle bheep, :*'- Horses etc. *At SHEPPARTON we sell a team: oflO : working :hbullocks ??i'd -tabklo'-e Grand lot. AUCTIONEEII,g FINANCE .'iad 'STOCK ' AGCNT . A DVANCES niade on Kyabrai STownship 'prolPrties for a "uild ing 'Soniety. Clearing' gle' conducted. SAdvanci iiade on Farmin,-leasehold and freehold, for a ..termori? yars, for the Ballarat Banking Company. LibSial conditions as to repayment of principal. Stolc Bales held it Kyabram yards, on fourth Wednesday of every month as follows::.; . .... SJuno 22id. .' July 27tii. Health is Wealth. D . E. 0. WEST'S Nerve and Brain Treatment, a guaranteed specific for Hysteria, Dizziness, Convul sione, Fits, Nervous Neuralgia, Head ache, Nervous Prostration caused by the Use of alcohol or tobacco, Wakeful ness, Mental Depression, Softening of the Brain resulting in Insanity, and leading to miser...
Correspondence. TO THE EDITOR OF THE TATURA HERALD. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 10 June 1887
TO THa tDITOR OV THE TATURA HERALD. Sir,--In the renowned "dark ages" most' Knights and Noblemen esteemed a religious crusade against the' Saraceins in Palestine, as being the highest moral aim on this earth. We read the mysti cal legends descriptive of their prowers in arms, of their blood-letting feat's,in the way of cutting off the heads aind arms of the infidels, and we reverence them with all the reverence which we accord to everything that happened fire hundred years before our time; that is alright, that isn the sort of feeling which, like the cutting teetb,: we have all ex perienced ;. but it seldom halppens that a commniity living right- here, in the middle of the oft. quoted nindteeuth century, are treated to a: personal ac quaintance with the spirit whiclh actuatid the hair-brained follower's of Richard Couer de Lion.'; Yet here, right here, in our very midst, we are represented with an actual crusade against a widely circulated jouiiral, The iSydney Bulletin. The I[ev. A...
NORTH-EASTERN AND GOLBURN VALLEY PASTORAL AND AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIATION. SATURDAY, 4TH JUNE, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 10 June 1887
NORTH-EASTERN 0D¶tRfJAURN VALLEY PASTORAL' 'ANDIAGEI CULTURAL A88OCIATION. SATURDAY, 4TH Jois, '1887." Present-Mesars. Cross'(in the chair) Archibald, Patterson, Bazeley, Moncrief! Alexander, Hogan, Cook, Chestnut, Johnson, Collie, Strawhorn, Gellion, Wilson, Pagan, Harper, Brewer, Ryan, M'Cleery, Downs, and the secretary. ,The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. connarPO?DsNcs. - From Messrs. Doherty and Co.,: .f fering a prise for.best pen of fat cattle. It was mentioned 'that Mr.' Cuffe had offered a prize in this class, but- it. was arranged thit Mr. Archibald .should see Mr. Cuffe with the view of giving his prize to some -othlier class, 'and to allot Messrs. Doherty a,'d Co.'e' prize is requested. TRASUenai's REPORT. The Treasurer reported that the:over draft to the present date was £143 lis. -Received.' ' :: sELsCTiOr,or coMITTES.. , The chasrman stated that there were eleven vacancies on the committee, and he would ask for nominations to fill such seats....
EUROPEAN TELEGRAMS [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 10 June 1887
.Coiuit »XiiXeoay *etfIfBrenchl aiiIbanna 'do'r a$ Csra, threatens to demand his .iassgpor uhlel thu KI)alive pronolitly aplpoinrs a FreiclhA'.siccefor to '.f Harzeaud, lone of the judges of the Mixed Courts, ;wiich are unde' thie auspices 4ifithleEuropeiri Powers. : :Mr. Michael Davitt has annonoced his intention of .holding at Bodyke, County;Clare, on unlday, a ineeting of :40,000. persons, for the purpose of re building tte houses of the tenants who havp been evicted., Clispeor;the well-known boat builder, has shipped two boats to Sydney for Edward Trickett. SThe amibasse(orsof France anil Russia to this country have'each addr?sHsel coin imunicatioqs to the Porte, cnabodyiiig. gtrong objictiqnt .Qp thel part of their respective Gorvenrient-i to i the Consien tion recenily conclhded with! Great Bri tahi on thl subject of the evacuation of Egypt bytlhe Britislt forcek;the clause providing for possiblere-occupation meet-' inig with their special diaapploval. SThe' atthorities here h...
AFTER SEVERAL YEARS. "Stoke Ferry, January 9th, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 10 June 1887
AFTER 85VERAL ]EARS. "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."
TATURA TURF CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 10 June 1887
TATURAI -TURF-F CLU&.,. The. following are the noiininaim6ni)fo te -principal events to be run on the Taturs racecourse on 4th July ? TATURA HANDICAP. O'Keefe' . Gortlnn Weir's Black Printll ?' O'Loughlin's Trojan. Pigeon's Little Jack. :Hardman's Forlorn Hope. " "Breen's Corilee Luttrell's ` Verbena :Hill's Nayded Darcy's Grace Darling II "" !'~M1 ToWN PLA7Z. Barratt' f Tallyho Sim'wi Newrnarket '. Tomlibo'isu' Harkaway Moylan's Little Peter Weir's.SaladUi . O'Loughlin's trojan . Grattan's AleXa Pigeon's Little Jack Hardnani's Whisperer . . . BreBo'a Cnrilob Ireen'. Little Back 7 Luttrell's Vohlrena ` d;' ' Luttrell's Result Hills's Maydi . : '" Hill'. a evou! neenra , " lT f6'i cr Darcyas Graci Darling II'70 y; r : URDLB?. Barratt's Tallyho K- erin's Chanlce . .':tt=..E tur SO'KeeTe'r s FG r rn Hardmau ii , i ,Tohn- M dote ipren a Vanty Fair :Kieripn' a Fetrader Darcy,'s GI llator-"---"---
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 10 June 1887
A curious instance of canine affection is recorded in the Gazette du Village. A market gardener noticed that a heap of carrots lie had unearthed was gradu. ally diminished, so hei eat up one night to watch it, when he saw a dog ap proach, seize one of the roots by his mouth, and trot off to a distant stable with it. On arriving there the dog, wagging his tail, deposited the carrot in the manger of the horse stall he shared. There was another horse in the same stable, for whish the dog exhibited no liking whatever. The Echues Racing Club have de cided to hold only a winter race meeting this year, which will follow close on the Deniliquin meeting in Jsdl. It has been decided that the- sum of 75 sova. will be the prize for the Echuoe Handi cap ; Hurdle Race, 80 soae. ; Selling Hurdle Race and Ladies' Bag, 20 sove.; and other events valued at 100 soe,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 10 June 1887
A lad named Sinclair fell down the hold of.the Loch Shiel at Williamstown, a distance of 20 feet, and returned to his work immediately after without a murmur. Inquiry into late railway accident still proceeds. No stone will be left un turned. The case of Senior-conetoble P. Clark, of South Richmond, for ordering the withdrawal of Mr. Speight from the scene of the late railway accident has been gone into and adjourned. The evidence so far is decidedly unfavourabl to theipoliceman. !. Trade Addresse.s KiYABRAM. DALY, WOODYATT, D& a DONKIN a AVE the pleasure to .inform the inhabitants of the -Gouliurn as Valley, anti public in general that they have opened their :: New and Commodious Stores to And are now showing na )f , or GENERAL DRAPERY. SMen and Boys' clothing Boots and Shoes, Furniture, &e. Comprising all the Latest Novelties from the English and Continenta S Market, and as these goods have been purchased by their home buyer they have no hesitation in asserting tha...
MUNIFICENT CHARITABLE DISTRIBU[?]NS. A DONATION OF £10,000. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 10 June 1887
iEt MUNIFICENT OIIARITABILE DISTILBUI I )NS. cc A DonyTroN ov £10,000.. the r. and Mrs. M3. II. Davies, `.of I- Toorak, propose to celebrate the Jubilee .year of the. reign of Her' Majesty the es- Queen by the distribution of the muni tg ficent sum of £10,000. The money is rh to *be devoted to charitab3lo purposes, k: without regard to distinctioni'of 'sect or •0, party. On)e half of the amnnunt,' £5,000, is to be placed in the hands0of trustees for the erection of cottagesnfor d fan deervring nad: aged poor. It 'is` eastimnatd that the amount will be suf to ficient to provide about 12 small cot r- ages. in which the persons selected for ' participation in the benefit of this fund Ct will be nllowed to live rent free. The. - Hospital for Consumptive and the Im perial Institute are each allotted £1,000, anti a similar sum is set down for the assistance of poor people by loan er gift. Lady Loch's Queen's Fund is to S'recive £500, and tile remaining £1,500 T is to be applied, in sums v...
The Kyabram Union. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. FRIDAY. JUNE 10, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 10 June 1887
"PUuIlm.TrBD EVE?TY RIDAY.,' FRIDAY. JUNE 10. 1887. WE are conmpelled to notice that while our local President and Councillors of the Shiro of Rodney 'do?considerable gassing about the importance of the Shire, it, financial .position, tc.,, the real practical subject of " roads and bridges " appears to be lost in the maze of Irrigation, tramway to Undera, and other subjects, good enough for the budding Councillors to air theireloquence upon. But we must recommend our Councillors, and particularly our local Councillors, that while they are enjoying the " beer and cheese" of their position, their immediate neighbours and rate payers are suffering. To put it straight, while the Councillors seem to think they are ably fulfilling their mission by attending the monthly mneeting of the corporate body, the ratepayers are suffering from all thei inconveniences that bad roads can put them to, 't'ho' accumulated hind and slush in the streets ofT;tura ainld, Kyabram is even' more dense and uncr...
THE AFFRAY AT PENTRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 10 June 1887
THE AFFIRAY AT PENTRIDGE" Concerning the disturbance which oc -curred on: Thursday morning in the "lifere'"' yard at Pentridge, it has tran spired that. ar bad feeling isprung up .amongst some of. the men on' Wednes day in consequinee of a dispute having occurred, between Winters and Abdallah as they were engaged together at work. This diespit rerulted in a slight scuffle, which, however, was suppressed, is a warder was seen to move in their direc tion: Winrters subsequently goaded Cooper, who is known to bo the moet deslerate .crindinal in the yard,. on to attack Abdallah. A rumonur wascir culated on Sunday that Twibel hliadsuc cumbed to the injuries he received, which hiowever, the officers' of the prison con tradicted when lquescioiiod. Twibol is by far thei .-ist seriously injured, having several ugly gashes on the head and neck. He+lo is expected, however, to re cover, from these.. Mr. Brett, the in spector-general, saw the men on Suinday morniing in the prison hospital. Sub se...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 10 June 1887
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