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COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE. PRODUCE REPORTS [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 17 June 1887
4OO'fiEI~IA L INTELi 1GTENCE 'PRODUCE REPORTS 'rheproduce'mnrlket'ior the past' week has "been tllher hrisk.'::The prices r'iemaiing at lnst quotainions: Mressrs William 'and 'Co. report the manrkat as follows: -Whllrat, s. 81'; Parley, '4s '10 ;lgood samples, oats, from '2s 4d to 2s f6d. The following are the consignees now lyine st thne ratr railway station : Williams nnd Co., lhalkyNrd, tnnter and 21., IToglan, T.anslev. Ciot, o.eydclen. Brewer, Smith. tlorrisney, intcltte.DIlrby, Fnwkner (two bags of-meat). A. IT. Groves 'sarl -Tltnteri, Joh8nson ntid Forger Lanaester, Crawford, O'Sl, tenrass. W. slty;o. Morgan, iu. Rnya,. Ross, ien1rl. KenInedy. raidolton, Suomc. Thirtstsn. O'Briet, Daly, \ooidy:tt, aud Co., Terond, J. O'Nioll. The following are tohu exports fromn the raitlway staiton: Whiist 049 One truck of cattle, 5 trucks of slcep, 2 do. bran, 7 do. straw, ii do. chaff. The latisonal ?tortgnge anld Agency Con a'pny, (hmtd..) report laving sold prirately durttrg week ending ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 17 June 1887
Trade Addresses. .. .... SOM AS IDAZ ELEYfI'S (Lute of Itiioira) CRITERIJNO JOTEL, (Late J. TIEItNB ")'': IRSTCLASSi AdCi OMM1ODA1lON, 'unrImtdinattotnlod ; t ahde ar pecbt'lnu;lil omforto th are offerled tol " " ., = ..... ; .BOARDERS 'itid the TRAVELLING PUBhIC;:,, - Kia i :W InS • anln(n ,Iit t are Perseua.ll Selen tel? frsoa th" : s tock of lse best Produiceres; BILLIARDS I BILLIARDS!!. BILLIARDS !!! HORSES and BUGGIES always dn HIRE. Efitensive and comfortable 'STABLING ACCOIMMODATION. HOGANS COMMERCIAL . HOTL IhOMAS LMGAn. iegga to intimate tp the surrounding inhabhitants andtl public gcferally tllh't Siperior Accoinmodatioli and Moderate Chlarges are e speciality of this first-bInsshotel. . SII Li ors-' of tie IBest 38riasdtI li re a 1d .a wrcst.4iistiy only' BILLIARDS! BILLIARDS'!! -ILIIAIIRIS!!! SUPERIOR STALLING and ACCOMMODATION PADDOCKS. ::Horses and B'uggies,.as w;ell as Buggy Pairs always oi HIire. FINN',S 3;BU1SI INN, CASEY-ST. :: .... TTATURA.. I RST-C IASs AS COM OD...
KYABRAM BRADSHAW. MAIL NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 17 June 1887
KYABRAM BRADSHAW. MAIL NOTICES. Mails close daily for Melbourne Toolatmba Murchison. at 10.30 p.m.alnd 3.60 p.m. Mails arrive from Tatuor daily 5.30 p.m Iloehbste r Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Satur days 10 a.m. Depart to Tatura daily 9.30 n.m. To Rochester 4 p.m.Tiuesdays, Thurs. da'ys, and Saturdays. 'ostmaster-Mr. D. I. Mellis. Ilegistrar of Births and Deaths-MItss. F Leader. Justices of the Peace--Messrs. A. Allan S. Lancaster and Forge.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 17 June 1887
For Sale. For Sale. P URE Purplo Straw SEED WHEAT, free from any mixture. may be had by allying to LEWIS BYRNE. Baldwinsville. Notices. MRS. DUFFY, Fashionable Dressmaker, etc. In the Premises lately occupied by Mn. R. II. BOYD. .All Orders punctually attended to. V 1E S T B I 0 S. GOULBURN VALLEY NURSERY, 100 ROO PN A, Have a splendid lot of FRUIT TREES FOR SALE at 12s. per dozen. Oranges and Lemons 38s. per dozen, £0 l0s. per 100, £55 per 1000. Vines, well ronted, wine va rieties, £7 per 1000 or£1 per 100. Cuttings ditto,15s. per 1000. Chlire table, raisins, (Gordo Blanco) anll currant varieties, £10 per 1000, £1 Gs per 100, 4I. per dozen. Cuttings ditto, 30s. per 1000. Shade and Shelter Trees, 7s. G(i. per dozen, £2 10s. per 100. g Send for our priced Catalogue which contains useful hints on the selection and planting of Oranges, Vines, and Orchard fruits. -Messrs Knight Bros., "SEEDSIIEN, nURSERPIEN, t& FLORISTS, S ANDIIU:RST.. H AVE opened their branch estab lishment in...
LARCENY OF £300. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 17 June 1887
LARCENY OF £800. Mr W illism Henry Paxton, merchant and cnommission agent, residing at 51J William-street, Collingwood, off Simp son's-road, has reported to the police that between 10 and 11 o'clock on Saturday morning the sunu of £500 was stolen from his house. M'r Paxton stantes that he is the owner ef some warehouses in Queenlnand$ which are rented from himn by Messrs. M'lllwraith & Co., and the money in question woa part of a draft sent him by themu. He cashed the draft a month ago, and handed the money overl, with some other sums, making in lil £1,000 to his' wife. No pa?'ticulars are given as as to how the robbery was effected: The following sad tale we cut -from the Lancefield Mercury :-Written on a deserted hut door in the North (Quet'nslnnul), 150 miles to the nearest railway ; 100 miles to the nePest post allies; 6 and a half miles to woodl; 4 miles to water ; and 6 inches from hall. God bless our home. Gone to live with mny mother-in-law,
The Kyabram Union. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1887. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 17 June 1887
PUBLIS.rED EVERY FRIDAY. FRIDA 1. JUNE 17. 188:7. The goods shed in Tatura will. be closed on Tuesday, the 21st instant. Goods train will run as usual. Mr. fHumn was elected engineer and secretary to the VWaranga Shire at their last meeting at a salary of £400 a year. At the same meeting a rate of is in the £ was struck. Elsewhere it is announced that the ,Murchison and Dargnlong Coursing Club intend lholding a day's coursing on the 3itQt iust, and following days. Draw to take place on Saturday, 25th June. They are the first in the field, and should secure a large number of both well and untried dogs. The Rfdney Shire Council are calling for tenders in this issue for repairs which are certainly necessary, but no action has as yet bec taken to repair the roads of Tatura, or Kyabrani. If the councillors had heard the expressions of ;lessings bestowed on themi during the past week we think they would try and not " mis represent" us by the statement that no gravel or sand is to had for ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 17 June 1887
Nt61tices. : DVANCE oni WOOL, GiRAIN, - .- ` e.,; STOCK, STATION PRO DUCE'of rlltkindsl.- - New !Zealand Loan and Mercantile : Agency Company (Limited.) CAPITAL ... ... ['8,500,000 lRESERVE FUND ... £27,000, Make Liberal Cash Advances on Station Sr.arities, , nlaning Clips of: Wool,: Grain; '&c. FOR!SALE in MELBOURNE, Or: SHIPMENT to. LONDON. ,Aurtriiii: nslhs of Wool held regularly .hilJooniunt the season; A.- uc'tioni, Sales of Tallow, Hides, Sffi;psikiiw, Lrathelr, &c., three times a w'eiek thirouglhout the year. Auctioli' Sles of, Grain, Flour, &c., heldi every Wednesday. 'DA.VID ELDER, 3mlainger. 'I..YOUNGH.USBAND, '.: V, ,,ol stid1 Prdiuce Mansger. Melbourne Wool snd'l Grain Wairehouses, Collins-street W?ist. Pianos. Pianos. Organs. Organs R. F-U-tLONG ';r 84"SSwnnaton-street,;',;. (Fouri doors fromn Bourlke-street.). Pianois' by ' Iliisch,:., Sliedmayer,, Sipp, Aiicher,; IBod;:Sclhoiir,',.W;ilmer, Ar. Aizent for' the celebrated z?Mignon pinni s ; Clnug...
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 17 June 1887
GOVERNMENT IGAZETTE. The tender of Mr. T; Sutherlannd fos the erection of nine gatokccpers' cottager on the Tatura and Echucaline was ac ccpted for £1,179 Os 9d. .d .... Impounded at Echuca.-Sixty seven sheep, owes and' ivethers, various- ear marks, piece out off ear, front quarter out off eat, piece off near ear, twvo notches in off car, near cair cropped, VT in tar *on back and rump, some branled like Q, red brand on rump. To'be sold on Gtlb July, 1887. Impounded at Muroa.-Tlonn mare, near hind fetlock white, branded I'II near shoulder. To :be sold on-:27th June, 1887. Impounded at M1ooroopna;-Black filly, brown muzzle, like ?u:in circle near shoulder; bay colt, running star, white 'on off hind foot, EO near shoulde.-. To be sold on 22nd Jtuo, 1887. - Impounded at Numurkah.--Straw "berry heifer, no visible brands; red licill :cnlf, no visible brands ; black and white boar pig, To be sold on, 29th June, 1887,
A WOMAN FROM AUSTRIA. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 24 June 1887
A 'WO1AN FRM R -AUSTItAx: Near the illage of Zillingorf, in Lower Austri;a live' .Maria ;hiusi, an intelligent and induistrious woainnn; whovi story of plysical tiul'friiig ilid liial rei lief, as related by herteli, i 'of iuterest to Englils wdnlent '"'I was empliyed," sl-e'iiesai, " ir( tholwork ofa:l1are farm-' house. Overworkl brought on sick heild alie, followed by. adeathly fainting ind sickuess of the stoiach, uutil 1 Y s unable to retiin eilier food or d4 ' was'compelled- to.take -to. yi liedfor several weeke. GOtting a. little bette from rest and quietj. I sought to do somi work, but wa's osol taken with ayain ijn uy, sid?l whiAh ili a little while emembil td-spread dver my whole bod; ajid thlirobbe in aily every, limb. This...wa frieiida told me that tiy time lad hearly c'oi~. abni tlhat I c'bld not .live longei than wnven the trees put on, their igrew,: once mbre. Tlerin I lappenqd to g et ? tl. of the Seigel pauiplilibts. I read it dfin' ilny.decn mohirer bought me a bot...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 24 June 1887
USTU PUBLISHED (NEW EDITION) u Price One Shilling (poet, twopeo extra) in any stamp. DR. LA MEETS Work on " The Phl'i. logy of Marriage" describes how the' powrs "of maohood re lost or suspended, how t?ee can be re-invigorated sd nantsind ,soil an advanced period of life, and is Intended to enlighten thousnds oa most lntmost. subjects, in regard to which they entirely ignorant. It also contains many valuable hint. and Instructions (derived from a long and succesaful practice) for the treatment' of the various disorders arising from hot climates, sedentary habits, or the Sfollies and indiscretions of early life. " Where a secret intrmity exisat, involvinb mot only the happiness of one life, buhot also that of others, reason and morality dictate the noocasity of its removal, for it is & pooltive fact that premature decline of the wigour of manhood, matrimonial unhsppineq· compule?ory single life, local and physi debility, etc., have their source in a ?a?? Aen TamBsarn cauMa, t...
Correspondence. TO THE EDITOR OF THE KYABRAM UNION [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 24 June 1887
TOnii IDITUrrsi bO THX IYAIti AiIc Ze CN S r, Allow rue to express my rnrcere reret bli at- have' beern tlbe unhittiig cause.f anr insult beini offered through the ,presen to s-gentlemsnnfu.iowhptn.,i have tlhe mostasilcere respect:, I allude t. the letter, of your, corrddsoniiiiit "'Chips"' inIlaet week's FIerail? .Wi elii I wrote of Rtlh?eatenipt: ti;bianiAli' the B· elmliar'om the.realing table, I meant 'to.attacl thitpilincipleonly, and did.not nt.ternipt to malignit:s author.. Wh?ayid not" Clii.??. cinhie himielf to.the.saime linesin''discussing, the ,'uestion. :;Brt seeing tiat:1ea hka attacked aEl li; e iv. i.. Chimberas in an illogical, Tcoaree etnni' I feel aiytlhsing but rflatteriri hlrvt i gained such an aIibeLierl ?Tot thist i r ye uptlh cause, it ir onlytrhiri ipryticilrur-srympln thriser I.:object tn " stillinintainl whetoher it boe the.S?de lurlletin or any other pliii?ltion whlich ia, the result of a combinaation of tnpiulei mieki ' a clika an Ispis hanyinr ing large...
RAILWAY ACCIDENT IN NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 24 June 1887
'fA1LVWAY ACCIDENT IN NEW ' ''':. i SOOTH WALES.' ' ., 'trri railway aejdn, occirred in ';?i'i~Nw oth Wales onfluesday arter ioo lst It app.etra . that. ai special wale l'jspaltclld' A*tfhetlHaeilkabiiy ieii, The eigBihtli:f theloaded train St great r the engine to cioitIb it, and oin g nitng' on. tothe down glad dto a station lthe train iuan hifo aJintimber of ,,cIitrctorl' trucks. The ?enginiO ie thlrowlinTi n eaiiihbahk mnrit and lt.howhole train completely wrecked.; Six people were kliled on tleb spotl . and: onr 401''others' seriously *nu e I , : (' " *
FATAL STREET ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 24 June 1887
]XIL" A 1.761 . t'bL .ACCIDENT. fatal reoults, occurred at about- 11 o'clock on Saturday night in, Elia?beth Street, near. the intorsection bf Libctoria' Street. AllIoonee Ponds omnibus was comling into Melbourne, when,.at;ithe s:pot mentioned, the d, ier noticed the ligure of a? woman aetnding .bout two yal'f in front of tbe horses. ?ildaoll,?d out to liehr, but'he loset`ier; footing and fell down He m'anaged to pull..tho horsie fto one .ide,: but owing to 'the tramwayi woike in p?roi;eae:tlerehe was unable to get the omnbbiLts far "enoegh iouiid, nir could be stop the vehicle, and bie of the back whlieelsl; [iased over the 'woiiais's head;'r:: She waa 'immediately; cobnveyed "tot th' Melbotrne Hospital, but on ezaihiniatioh lire was found'to be eitinot.. She baes aftersiards ideniified as Noiah' Redmond, of Elouverie-place, ,;h:Bouie!ie.steet, Ciarton. . 'he de ceased was accompanied byI" a woman named Elizabeth Stritch, with whoim she resided. It is snppesed that she .was under t...
FOOTBALL. TATURA v. RUSHWORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 24 June 1887
IL .E . FOoTBAJL.1-..'., ' ii tlIT aTUR&1vlatqSaWDIau.ý t 1, In response to a telegram received from '-the secretary of the Rushwortli F'ootball Club on Saturday, Mr. J. R. Wotton got a team together to meet a team from Rushworth who had been ?fialpointe~p Rytth Kyabra.n. team to 'meet'tbs Rniir arranged: The Tatura first twenty war iecessarily brti~ oorly represented owing' to the' short notice1 and the Rushworth '?#; to` setd'hlt stine)6 fbth+i beit" morn wiere absent. Mr: 'Wotitoh' ?ctel ? as ce:ltral umpire; and made the game as fast as tihe playr# -liked it. ,Hise: , decisions appeared to giie geneml sati.: faction to both ei'dd?'ari~l'tre :*ts war a very .friendlf ont- A soeon as the' ebalI;was kicked off th TFi~i* feollowere, dfre~d, it dai6gerously slnm; to thii Rih ci'rih goatj' aind' thodugl -npioir !I result was obtained for som'e time, it was quite evideimt'-that the Tatura boya had much the beat of the gamr . After * e; c rii'er iei'inil tmt'6f soiimureaging ji"...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 24 June 1887
* There ie% a4nýiidpjsiin' that 'Mr! FrauFis Ormoud; M.L.O.; Victoria, ;il receive, ~ oiidlddiitinclidd f froti., Her Majesty. . !il* .il·' - l. Mr. Win'. 'O'Brin' .has |1pnded at Qneenstown, havin'g returned frin his lecturing tour in Cfia?a.; On 'thLq arrival of the stv the'olice ?aerted who had s.i?iLgntity_ of combustible' material in hins posseRion; , and is isup pnsed' o be a :'?' dyn itgr. ' When .Mr. O'Brien landed thei: Tperary Militia, numbering 40&lt;0 .?av'e unalhl6 tontetain their self-cqntrol,aand rol~o ap'it ito, loud cheers-for him. .., The Grand Cross of the Order of St. Michael and St ,George' lhies been' conn ferred upon Sir Tlihoma Elder of:'Smiili Ausirnlin;' nds Sir Edwardi "Williiipi Stafford. K.C.M.G., of New, Zeilaind: AMr.; J. FP. Birns; the Trnaeiirei Of, Noew South ,Wales, has blrei inade a Cooni paniion of .the Order, m ¢+ ' +#Is I I ¢ + + I+[i + & ¢ [ + I"
THE EFFECTS HAVE BEEN WONDERFUL [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 24 June 1887
TIHE EFFECT HAVIE BEFINE WNDEIIPbL. ".Ilford Road Dispucsary,; Dulknfiildl f Ma 1 rd; 11i84. ; "Dear Sir,-I soini' hlipiy; t* iifor you that tih sale of your' Stap; pn Pills increases here sontinually, ;?Several of my custoumers. sppar ., of hav!?ngde, rived iore.benefit from the unosea theee than from iany, ,othser niodaitue .. sonmb instances the effects? hLavoe beyn wouidorfihl. Yours very repectfully.. "Pro. Jfdriv, Ep;stoo4~;~J. i,': Coat of Armn--Sleeves:,,, :
New Time Table. [Newspaper Article] — Kyabram Union — 24 June 1887
" New Timae .Table.' Traiins leave ,Tatura. 6,40. a.m, and 4.20.p.m.;' sarives at.121' p.mi. 4nd 8.26. p.m. f i North-Eastern train leaves 'Me! bourne 6.40 a.m. and 2.55 p;m.;, arrives in Melbo~ine at" 11,16 a.in. expreirv from Seymour, and 10.15 p.m. ordi nary. Goalbarn. Valeyf train'' arrive' at Seymour 9.10 a.m. and 6.47 p.m., and leave Seymour for Melbourne :9.88 a.m: and 7.53 p.m.