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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 10 June 1887

For Sale. For Sale. URTr '?-'Purple Straw SEED | WHEAT, free from any mixture, nmas be bad iy applying to . LEWIS BYRNE, S Baldwinsville. Notices. MRS. DJUF FY; Tas hionable Dressmaker, etc. In the Premises lately occupied by Mn. B. H. BOYD. WAll1 Ordere punctually attended to. - T E b :T "B It '0 S. :r: OULBURN VALLEY, NURSERY, MO ORO11 OP N A, Have' a 'plendid lot of FRUIT .TREES FOR SALE at 12e. - per doPen. Oranges and Lemons 18s. per dozen, £6 10. peir 100, £55 per 1000. : Vines, well rooted, wine va rieties, £7. per 1000 or £1 per 100.' Cuttings ditto, 5sR. per 1000. Choice table, raisins, S(Gordo Blanco) and currant varieties, £10 per 1000, £1 4.. per 100, 4s. per dozen. Cuttings ditto, 80s. per 1000. Shade and Shelter'Trees, 7.. 4d. per dozen, £2 10s. per 100. 'g Send for our priced Catalogue hich .containe useful hints 'on the selection and planting of Oranges, Vines, ?sd Orchard fruits. Messrs Knight Bros,, SEEDSiMIE, 1iRSYTIIEN, & FLORISTS, S ANDHURST. H AVE opene...

Publication Title: Kyabram Union
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SHEPPARTON LICENSING COURT. THURSDAY, 2ND JUNE, 1887. (Before Messrs. A. Wyatt, Chairman, G. D. M'Cormack, and W. H. Foster Members.) REMOVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 10 June 1887

tIS'EPlPARITON LICENSING COURT. 'THtinsDAY, 2s2. JUNE, 1887. (Before Messrs. A. Wyatt, Chairman, G. D. 1'Cormack, '.and W. U. Foster, Members., REMOVYALS. Application for removal of license from Toolamba West to :premises on .the south-east corner of Crown' allot mneilt 125, pariah of 'Tooinamba Vest, nlcrr the new ,Baldiitisville Railway Station.-Jamnes O'Shnnnessy, Sham rock Hotel, To,lnmba West--Granted. Newiname O'Shannessy's Hotel. Application' ,for removal of license from Moira to premises at the junction .of Dlake Street and the Creek 'eiser.e, Nathalin.-Michael Quade, Goulburn Punt Hotel, Moira.-Granted. Neir Jlouse to .be known sa Ithe Bridge Hatd. Application for removal of license from Toolamba West' to premises at. Merrrigum; on part of allotment 84, Jparish of Kyabram East.L-James Brady, Blrady's Hotel, Toolarnba WVest. ,Granted.' Name of the house to be the Merrigmn Railway Hotel. Application forremoval of license front WVunglhnu to house situate at Strath mnvrton, nea...

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THE JINDIVICK OUTRAGE. BLACKTRACKERS NOT AVAILABLE. THE SCOUNDREL STILL AT LARGE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 10 June 1887

.THOLE INDI[VOK OUTRAGE. ILAbJKTRACGKERs, NOTr AVAILABLE. ..THE IbOU?fDOtEL"STILL AT LAIt6IO'. ' i dtlibidhtrage coanmitted at Jillivick. ,lt eilnesday week turns out;to-be a more serious affairthan was. anticipated. .Ciiestable Hlli;ril "'iroceeled . to -the. cilcene of ,the outrage oiln tlb bitiiedy, and returned. late-in' the eveniug, ith. Constable Colmiaus, having spent the day in icouring thebuash in every direc tion in nesearch of thebffeider. They discovered fp9tmarks leading" irom the road into tl~e scrub, ýwhere tliseruftmiiit attemupted to colnnmit the outrage, and had" the black trackers been on tim spot the 'officert tlhink'' that little difficulty would have been experienced in? running tile scoundrel to earth. Mary Edney, the victim of the attempted out rage, was ,interviewed. by Senlior-con stable Hilliard on Thursday.' 'hte is a bright, intelligent girl, about thirteen years of age,, and states that whilst proceediing along the public -road, about half-past nine on ...

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WE SHOULD BLOT OUT DISEASE IN ITS EARLY STAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 10 June 1887

WE SHIOULDBLOr OUr DIS. EASE IN ITS EARLY STAGES. SThe diseae commences with a slight S'drangemu 6- osmaeh, but, if ,neglected, it in ,time involves the whole friame. ,embracing the kidneys, liver, pancreas, and in fact the entire glandular system ; and the afflicted' dragft out a tniiseraile existeaee ,until' d ath gives relief from suffering. The disease. is often mistaken for other complaints; but if the reader will ask himself the following questions he will he able to r deterninie whether he himself is one:of the afflicted ;-Havo I distress, pain, or difficulty in breathing after eting.?, Is there a dull, heavy feeling, .attended by drowsineeas Have the eyes a yellow -tinge!? Does a thick, fsticky mucous gather about the gunsi and teeth in the miornings, aceompanied by a disagree able tastel Is the tongue coated 2 Is there pain in the sides and back ? Is there a fullness about the right side as if the liver were enlargingl Is there costiveness? Is there vertigo or dizzi ness wh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 10 June 1887

Notices. A DVANCEon \W-OOL, ?;RAIN, &c., STOCK, STATION PRO DUCE of nil kinudr. New Zealand Loan and Mercantile~\ rAgencys Company (-Liimite d:) CAPITAL " .. ... £;,500,000 lIESERVE FUND ... £27,000 ilnke Lierll 1'sliA?; ,ianl?' on.. * Sttieon' Si;fit.ies' -I Ensuing Clips of Wool, Grain, &c. FOR SALE in MELBOURNE,' Or SHIPMENT to LON.DON. A?uction Sales of Wool held rgunlarly TlhanJghout the season. . Auction Sales of Tallow, Hides, aheepinskins, Leth'nlo c i tlfr tinie-a -verk througl4it t'ýi'year.- . ... .. . Auction Sales of Grain, *Flour, &c., .held every Wednesday. ])AVIJD;I?LER, .Manager.. S I. Y(UNOF1US11NDG 'u V~,,ol and Produce Manager. S?Meliourne Wool and Grain Warehouses, Collins-street West. Pianos. Pianos.. Organs. Organs W t r.. l. oraw V 84 Swanston-street, (Four doors from Bourke-street.) . Pianos by RBonisch, Shiedmnyer, Lipp, Aucher, ,.rod,,chi clror, Wilmer, &e. Agient for- ib celebrietel'lMignon pianos ; Clough and Warren Organs....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 17 June 1887

lToticc. To the Farmres of Kyabram and Surrounding District. SATE HAVE APPOINTED 1Mr. Duncan Menzies As our local Agent, who will be in attendance daily at the T'tura Station. JAMES E. ANDREWS, Melbourne. Agent for the " Climax Cultivator." W. S. GILLAM, B 0 0T Y MAKER. B EGS to itinform' his numerous pat S rons that, he his sunecrled in oblnining tih preilises lately occnpicl by 'Mr. Irwin, sad 'ler, G(_ULIIURN STREET, Next door to Mr. T. Laecy's Drapery Establisinhmet. In returning thnanks to patrons fot past favours, lie can l Ina?llrel tle lhat hvlingl\ a thoirugh knowledge of the retpire Inentsi f his custtornii 's, they can rely on the lbsiness Ibing faithifully condiwteI. ItF Note the Address: W\V. S. GIILAM, (Next Lacey's Drapery. 'ITatra), Gnnllhirn street,. Notice to the Ladies of Tatura and Surrounding District. M/RS. ROSS has just received a lPi Large and well-assorted Stock of WIN1'EIt GOODS Consisting of Dress Materials, Plushes, Astrachan, Feather and FurI Trirmmings,...

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ATTEMPTED WIFE MURDER AND SUICIDE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 17 June 1887

ATTEM'\PTED WIFE MUflDER AND SUICIDE. A ilnngiF.elial i quiry i(ao Ihold o0 *nuday, it thio LiydILIO 1Iic-u-ntatiuj, by Mr. 4. Ilourl~c. J.I'.t on the body of (IImLs ocr , it lt I li ngtd (it, oll FI, who Idtl Cut Ili thtoutt thu vrvlu u Ij h-ny oiilht, or St'nuriday itonirtili. A.n Tat liiie 11in1,tu t thu- d ICne reidl ofi Wal tln nlintit ii tuu i-int inti muul nt W on unler the delusionl that witness and other minembers of liis family were tryin, to poison him. Ire was also plartially paralysed. Shortly after I I o'clscnk o Friday night witness was illn ed, lwhen tlhe decerased catnle into the roomii and said he was going to kill her and then cut his own throat. r?r then struck at her with an lillhook. which he had in his hand, inflicting a grash upon her fore hlad. Slie struggled with hint anl scconedad in getting aicny t.o ia ieigih bour's honcl, anlld ieiit fir her son, who was attending a social Ineetinll about a mile away. WVilliam H?owell, son of the last wit ness anid the ...

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DOUBLE EXECUTION AT BRISBANE. A MAN AND A WOMAN HANGED. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 17 June 1887

DOUBLE' 1XEICUTION AT BRII SBANE. A MA.\N ANID) A WOMAN TIANGEDI. Ellen Thompson and .John Hiarrisn, who iwere cllnvictel and sentenced to death for the murder of \VW . T'lhomlpsolln the husband of the former, at Port. I)ouglas, in October last, were executedl on Monday morning in Brisbane gaol. The woman wan hanged hfirt, and, contrary to expectations, she behaved with the greatest tirilness and coolness, but without any sign? of bravado. Slhe attended diligently to the mninistrations of the Sisters of Mercy, to whom she contilnuously persisted her innocence, but while denouncing the Governor and the Executive for refusing to grant a conllllllltinn of the sentence, she ad ilitted that from a legal point of vieLC sbe Ilight lie guilty of the charge of mlurder, though morally she was as innocent as an unborn babe. Hler versiol of the tragetly was that her hulband and I [arrison began quarrelling, aln that she, with the intention of making lpeace beltwleen tlhelr, jocularly remnarked ...

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AN INTELLIGENT JURY. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 17 June 1887

AN INTELLIGENT JURY. A rather good story comes from the Riversdale Circuit Court, South Africa, which, we believe, has not yet been re ported out hero. 'The prisoner, a servant girl on a farm, was charged with ad mIinistering poison to somen of the in mates, against whom she had a spite, in tlheir cps of coffee. The peculiar tastle was fortunately noticed in time, and the girl was askIed what sihe had been put ting in the cups. " Nothing," she re plied, whereulpon the farmer eIomanltel tihat she should at once drink a cup full of the belverage. After some hesitation she did so, with the result of narrowly escaping with her life. At the trial tlhl evidence as to the facts was pretty con clusive. and the jury, after being duly alvised by Mr. Justice Jones, retired to consider their verdict. They returned, to the surprise of overyone but theml sl yes, with a verdict of " murder." "I'ti possible I" exclaimed tle judge ; " no one has been killed ; please go back and recolsider your verdi...

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A WATCHMAN ARRESTED FOR THEFT. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 17 June 1887

A WATCIHIMAN AlRHLESTED Jns. K'.,ll, aI watrhman in in te employ of tl.' hUlilway Commissioners, wtas hlo-,d in the city watclthiuse oil Monilany iin a e'hargei. of stealing two lottl.e of whisky :IIand ther articles, value 25s., the property of the Victorian Ilnil w;y Cn.tissioners. Kelly is em ployed ats av watlchmuan ait the Spencer street tnolls shedsil. I-Ie went on duty oni Stilnay at _2 o'clock in the afternoon, '1 h,. watcmaunn who r?,lieve.d him at , ,'elock noticed thint. lie had some Litlky articles int his pock(,ets, awIl searched him, Ile foundittl tltl lly hadI two Iibottles of whiskely and twot Ibottle, of ale in his pockekts. Near where he was standing I Ioittle of Ibrandy was found. lie nhad a black bag witIh him, in which were soiime tine of jamn and packets of aendles. There we:re also in this huig a corkscrew, a gimlet, and a pair of pincers, which were no dloibt used ilr opening the cases placed under his charge. The manz was allowed ito depart, lbut Railway Det...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 17 June 1887

GRAND CLEARING SALE OF WINTER DRAPERY WOOLLINS & CLOTHING AT THE -WAREHOUSES OF . - ..'- CfAIG, WILLIAM O & TH 6, 14 &^ 16 ELIZABETH STREET S. THIS .SALEWILL.N . E WEDNESDAY JUNE 2 S.. ,",AND CONTINUE, UNTIL' THE .*.i •::M D;F, W14 ] 0 .6O U?M"YT Y * .3 . 3 '.a.3 WHENOL: THE. SHIPMENTS OR. SPRI H The Warehouses are wi Hin TIHR.EE JIN1 UTES' Walk Sof th , o sn's B?" Railway -a:nd te ab. Omrnnibu and Teamr (GapmTermiK . . . * . • . . , . -^, . + + . . . . . _ . - , . ? :?;? ?:::,: ?:' tie:?:J'Io~ o nS :?Ba~y R~a~wa? nd ?;?e::? ? b;: :·lt ;··!!;:-.: /

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New Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 17 June 1887

New Time Table. Trains leave Tatura 6.40 a.m. and 4.20 p.m.; arrives at 11.56 p.m. and 8.20 p.m. North-Eastern train leaves Mel bourne 0.40 a.m. and 2.55 p.m.; arrives in Melbourne at 11.16 a.m. express from Scymnour, and 10.15 p.m. ordi nary. Goulburn Valley brains arrive at Seymmour 9.10 n.m. and 6..17 p.m., and leave Seymour for Melbourne 9.33 a.m. and 7.53 p.mn.

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Correspondence. TO THE EDITOR OF THE KYABRAM UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 17 June 1887

~iomesinioenee. TO TIE EDITORI OF' llTH KYAIIBAM UNION. Siit,-I was very glad to see in your issue of date your correpliondent " Sorrows" protests against the narrow minded bigotry of a certnin section of the coniiuittee of thel Tntura Mechanics' Institute il moving Heaven and earth to exclude from their rending room limost the only thoroughly outspoken newsplaper we have in the colonies. Al though only a short time in the district, I have heard sufficient about the leader of this iiovevllelnt to lead me to expect better things from a anManof his intellec tual calibre, and the only possible reason 1 cai lind for his action in this miatter is, that he must have done somnething of which lie is ashamed, and is afraid of a nasty par fromn tho Bulletin.: You need not fear Mr. 0. the Bulletin has larger and better isl: to fry, and leaves guigeon nilone. I would our conl imittee before proceeding any farther in this matter to turn up the Sydney papers of January and February, 18y6, nLd see...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 17 June 1887

YI~- .1·-·( ·· O=RAI, WILLIAMSON & THOMAS S It&PRTERS & MANUFA TURERS, ·i Z t "'1 ' .1": ·" "4- 1 !Y' I i ...·. -. . . . . . '' ,i .. • . . . .t .. Crai, Wllimso ý1-T oas' Grnd Cearng SAL 10 1111 -1 ....... l a" \ a . useme I ll c= I. WAREHOUSES:-6, 14 & 16 ELIZABETH ST., MELBOURNE. 1.-FRONTAGES TO. ELIZABETH STREET. 2.--WORKROOMS. 3.-MANTLE, MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS S4.-BEDSTEADS AND BEDDING. 5.-DRESSES, SILKS, &c. 6.--CARPETS, FLOOROLOTHS AND MATTING. 7.--MI~ ANCHESTER LEPARTENT. 8.-WOOLLENS, CLOTHING AND OUTFITTING DEPARTMENT. ThsIFature Department occupies the New Portion of the building-not shown on theground plan. WILL COVMMENCE ON WEDNESDAY, 22ND JUNE, 1887.

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MR. WYATT'S APPOINTMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 17 June 1887

Mn. WYATTS APPOINTSMENTS. Courts will be held as follow a during thu hIalf-year ending 30th June: JUNI. Murchison, 22nd lUshworl h. t23rd Tatura, 21th

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 17 June 1887

p'ipnm ent to the . .Tatura Herald.' .. - . C .L . Y. . - ,. : .-. TER DRAPERY, WOOLL. cOTHING We desire to announce that on WEDNESDAY, 22nd JUNE, we will Commence ,our : :"i W I N T -' S A L E , and Continue same during the Month of July . It is unnecessary to enumerate the Various Articles, beyond referring to the Several, Departments in our Warehouses, as follow : MANTLES, COSTUMES, SILKS, DRESS MATERIAL, HOSIERY, FANCY GOODS, MILLINERY, FURS & FUR TRIMMINGS, BLANKETS, FLANNELS & SHBEETINGS, GENTS', YOUTHS'& BOY'S CLOTHING, WOOLLENS, TWED, OVERCOATS, HATS, SHIRTS, TIES. Also, IIARPETS, FLOORCLOTHS, LINOLEUMS, RUGS & .MATS. In addition to the above, we are landing TWO SHIIPMENTS of FURNITURE, BEDSTEADS, & WIRE MATTRESSES From the Ships PRINCE OSCAR and STAR OF BENGAL, which we will SELL at CLEARING RATES, together with- all other Goods arriving up to 21st JULY. We are v?ery large Importers, our Goods are not Damaged or Soiled by being expose...

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FORTHCOMING AGRICULTURAL SHOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 17 June 1887

FOTIC03IING AGRICULTIURAL SIOWS. Tescreltaries of the various Agri cltral Scieties are requested to for lward Ihe dates upon which their respectiv exhibitions will be hlch, and copies of th prize schedules as soon as pablished. JULY 21-Deiliqutu 27-Jerilerio 27 to -Victorian Poultry and Dog Society AUGUST. 2, .-Corowa, N.S.W. S.-Nrlitarlet. 2:1 to 27.-National Agricultaral Society of Victoria. SEPTEMBER. 1-Yrrawonga 7, .-Wimera District, at Stawell. 11 -Wycheproof. 22, 2.-Echuca. 2.-Numrkah Agricultural Society. 2s-El 1)101 29, :-'cnalla OCTOBER. 4, .- chester. 51:roat L:''u:'maht u-'llll,L 111011 .-1cchus Marsh. I-2 urchison. 11.-Ngoatlie. I), 20.-Tatura. 2;, 27-Sctp::rton NOVEMBER. Ilacthcoto 17.- Kyneton Agricultural Anssociation 2.-allrat Gcneral Spring Show. 2 t1- ntilm0

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FOOTBALL. TATURA v. MOOROOPNA. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 17 June 1887

FOOT B-Z L.L TAXI'UltA v. M100ltOOt'NA. The return mnatch between theose teannis took plaico on the Tatora football ground. In consequence of the inele uellcy of the weather, the galue was not started till near 4 o'clock. lThelre were a good number of visitors as "bar rickers " put in an appearance to wit ness the contest between these rivals. From the first it was a doubtful ques tion who would be victors. 'Tatura was captained by Mr. Laceiy, and 11r. Henderson tilled a like oliice for Mloo coopla. Ttura troll the toss antd de aided to. kick towards the Mlechanlies'. .The play of both teams was both fast and very- much approachingt rough. The state of the ground was anything but conducive to the comfort of the players, for it was alhost impossible for them tok'keep their feet, thie gl'roundlll being very slippery. From the kick-olff the ball was rrshed very close to the 'i'aturn goal biut was returned round the left wiu, to the Mlooroopna's were sonme god phy - took plce on both si...

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PLOUGHING MATCHES JUNE [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 17 June 1887

2 F-Thbilk JULY "0-Taturm

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WE SHOULD BLOT OUT DISEASE IN ITS EARLY STAGES [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 17 June 1887

WI\ S1iJLLI Iil)' )U'f' hIS IASE Ivi ITS EARLYt. ST'AGi-ES The. disease comtitnClltne with a slight, lcratn?gellt.'lnt of th;e st'ach, linls tt, if neglectied, it in time invoives the wtvholt frame. eutlbracitng the kidneys, liver, pancreas, and inl fact the enttire glandular systeCt ; an the. af(lictetd dtlrt out a tlisera)ble existence until de relief fro stllfering. The disease is often '?it?L.ke u for other cotmpltlints but. if the reatlder will ask himself the, following questionsi he will lie able to deturtuite whether Ihe himself is one Of the alllicted ;-H-anve I distress, pain, or lilliculty in breathing after eatitng.? Is there ia dull, heavy feeling attendtled iby dtlrousintess ? 11ito thle eyesd : yellohw tinge? Does a thick, sticky mIucous gather about tihe gunlls anld teeth ill the mornings, accomp)anlied by a disagree able taste? Is tilhe tngu)ll cll ted ? Is there pain in the sides and back ? In there a fullntess about the right side as if the liver were etlarging ? ...

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