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HERE AND THERE. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 25 July 1884
-lHERE An\TD THERE. BY RAMBLER. TIE Education Comomissioners have handed in their report, and one. clause in it strikes me rather fo'cibly." It' is this. That whilst the Cat.holic schools produce the same education'results 'ais our St te schools, the former only costs !1 16s. 5d. per head per annum, whi lst tihe latter anmiunts to .-1.0 9 There is something wrong somewhere tisy nobles, and the sooner it is ire medied the: better for the suppotiers of. the Act, the country, and our Legislators. Wiait do you tlink of the pioposed new Land .\ct sir. Fi have considlered it over carefully i1and I think my words will prove true--about its being tthe rock on which our Mlinistry will wreck. It is a cross betweren Mirams proposal and the O'Loghlen schemne. But I prefer the latter pure and simple. The working- out of the New Act will prove expensive tortures and unsatisfactory. The grazing conditions one shilling per head for sheep, and five shillings for cattle is too high. It 1 would be far...
Forthcoming Shows. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 25 July 1884
Fortlcolei ng' S?ow~ls. [The Secretaries of AgriculturalF So nieties will oblige by sending to the Editor of the ADVERTISERt an early inti Inmtion of the dates, etc., oftheir respec tire shows, ploughing nmatches,.and:any other items of importance to agricul turists. Secretaries of horticultural socie ties will also oblige by forwarding.any particulars of interest. ED, A.] SEIWEM?.ERn. . :4th.--Yarrawonga., S28rd.-Numunrkah. " - Ilth' & 12thl-Ovens and Muiray 'Ag?idcultural Society, at Wangarattai 17th, 18th, & 19th.--National Show Echuca. 18th,-Albury. 25tb.-h Moira, at Dookie. , OiCTOBER. -.1st & 2nd.--Shepparton' & L.G. ociety, at Shepparton, - 16th.- u? rcllison. 22nd & 22rd.-N.E. & G,V. Society at Tatdiral
Horse Parades. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 25 July 1884
I1Forse 1Pairadesi .o:-- TIorse parades, etc. will be hold on the fo!lowing dates: AUGUST .. :,14th.- =Euroa. 20th.-Numurkah. 22nd.-Sheplpaiton. 25th.-Moorooina . 27tli. -'atura.tu\ Y 29th.-Henlde's'(Tanr?a Vcest). 30th.-Seymour .& Nagambie, at Seymour. .,t Si SEPTEMn i ER.? i? . ist.-Soymnour and .Nagambie, at NTa
EUROA RAINFALL FOR YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 25 July 1884
EUROA RAINFALL FOR YEAX,. The following is a:coipleteo' tablo of rainfall forl hlf. year :.., . ' :: ; ..:onths. ;: o.of days. RaIinfall. SJanuary, i " :- 6' 3.06 February 4 : .32 Mlarci :4 10 April 2- 1.01 -MIay f." V@.;.* ".,:'.* 8".*.* . ",', V,;''2.53 "-' lay 1 Junaefr .. n , 1.2 r 4.09 . 36 12.11 Total. for sam ,. ; period last year. - 37. ! 11.03 Ar-mhl rpresnts abut 100oiStn -pr; cr ·;1' ·'^ -*: ' - * * - r '
ENGLISH NEWS. LONDON, July 22nd. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 25 July 1884
ENGLISH NEWS. LoNDON. July 22nd. Tawhiao, the Maori King. had :an inter'-iw with Earl Derby, the Secretary of.State to-day. :.Tawhiao asked for a restoration of, ,rights. i?.-Earl: Derby replied he would consult the New Zeilaiid Government on. the question. He further expressed a wish that a state of amity, would be maintained between the Maoris and the!,.white population, The' Egyptian conferences are to meet on an early date and -discuss: various matters.
Latest Intelligence. MELBOURNE, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 25 July 1884
Latest Intelligence. [BY ELECTRIC TELEOGRAP] .CFseoe oUn ows CORnSErosDExTS] M1ELBOUL'nE, Thursday Night. The Australian cricketers w're de featediby the All England Eleven by 1 innings and 5 runm: Steel (England) niade 148: Scott (Australia) 75, 30 not out. TAS]fiiA, July 23rd. It-is probable that in. the.new Land Bill an amendment will be made, substituting improvements instead of residency, and to gve the land with- out paymenit for five years. SsDNEY, July 23rd. The second- reading of the Land Bill was gone through this: evening: A proviso to' give the holder of a free lease' the right' to occupy the land on payment of thie rent, pending disposal of .his :.application, was agreed to. BsisnaNE, July 23rd. In the House last righst'Mr. Stevens called attention to the rabbit pest. He considered fencing the best method of preventing their advance, and though t a few thousand pounds would' be. well spent by the Gover ment in clibeking them. The Minister of Lands promised to give the:m...
COMMERCIAL. LIVE STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 25 July 1884
LIVE STOCK. Fat Catle.-Primo pens of bullocks sold at from £11 to £12 2s Gd; good do, from £10 to £11 10s; second do, from £6 to £7; inferior, from £5 10s; prime pens of cows, from £7 to £? 10s; odd beasts to £11; good do, from £6 10s t"' £7 10s; middling and inferior from £4. Fat Calves-Best sold at from 60s to 75s; good, from 40s to 50s; second do, from 30s to 35s; inferior from 15s.
LOCAL MARKETS [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 25 July 1884
LOCAL MARKETS The local iill reports: Wheat Ss.7dj seed wheat 4s Gd ; seed oats 2s 9d; feed oats 2s Sd; fowls wheat 3s, Mr C. L. Doboos reports pries locally as follows. Fresh butter ls. Potted butter Gd to 9d. Eggs is. Carcase pork, under 1001b 4d. Fowls, 2s to 3s per pair., fDucks 3s per pair. Turkeys 5s to 10s per pair, Sheepskins4 d to 43d. Hides 2d to 2ld. Kangaroo skins 9d to is. Wallaby Gd, Oppossum 2s Gd to 4s. Bear 2s Gd J. E. Handbury and Co. report : ]Butter (print), Is to Is Id per lb.; prime new cask, 5d to 8,d ; do. old cask, 7d to 9d; eggs, Is 1id per dozen; honey, 34d to 4?l per lb.;pigs 3dto4ad turkeys, 5s to los per pair; fowls, 2s to 3s ; ducks, 3s to 4s 6; oppossumn skins, 2s Gd to 6s. :Ir Hill, of Vio;et Town.. reports: sheepskins 3d to 4d; hides 2d to 2:d; kangaroo 9d to ls; wallaby Gd ! opos sunm 2s Gd to 4. Mr D. A. Casement hay and corn merchant, Eurona, reports: Fruit trees, vines and shrubs 'moving of freely. Cabbage plants 2s per cwt, very' scarce. Bran I...
DAIRY PRODUCE, HIDES ETC [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 25 July 1884
DAIRY PRODUCE, HIDES ETC Messrs M1'Kay, Adamson and Co. report.-Cheese, 4d to 55d per lb. potted butter, from 8d td 11d per lb., very primeold Sd to 10 ex stores; fresh butter, well made, choice dairies, up to Is Gd ; fair and medium, is to is Gd ; ordinary lumps, from is to is 2d ; do, lot of very prime sold at is Gd. Egus, As 2d to is id. Bacon, good well smoked from Sd to 9'd; unsmoked from Gd to Sd. iloney, garden, from 5d to 5.d; bush 31 to 41d. Fowls Ss to 40;d ; Turkeys (full grown) Gs Gdto 15s; doyoung 4sto6G Gd. Ducks 5s to Ga. Geese G6s to 7s. Carcase pork from 4d to 60d.
Miepell. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 25 July 1884
maiepofl. Since my last letter, nothing of con siderable importance has transpired. The young crops in general are looking very healthy, and we have every prospect of a good harvest, if King Frost keeps a civil distance. The rabbit pest is assuming large pro portions in this locality ; they ar doing a great deal of damage to the crops. I fear we will have' to adopt some stringent measures for the eradication- of these pests. I am informed that we are to have a State school erected very shortly in this locality. The site is a most central one, which is greatly due to the energies of Mr ?L Garrett, senr. who deserves great prise. ' snake six feet long was killed by Mr J.. ?organ, last week, on the A?iepoll road, near 1Mr M'Kenie's house. When cut open, twenty young ones were found.
Caniambo. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 25 July 1884
Caniamb o. A petition signed by 65 -residents of Canlambo, Gowangardie and Tamleugh has been for'arded to. the Post: Master General requesting that ; the. Caniambo. post office be removed to 'Whitfield and Co's store, Gowangardie. This is a veiy: desirable change, as the store is close to the state school, and the children, could get the letters there instead of going-two miles to the post office and back again in their dinner hour as they do at present. The present postma?ster, Mi C. Adrams, is leaving the neighbourhood, so that some alterations will be. necessary.intlieo. post office, therefore the inhabitants have taken this Opportunity`for;applying td have it removed to a more -convenient The children belonging iothse Gowan gardie school had what may -be termed a liliputian tea- iy on FAda'y. the'lltli inst. The treat being provided by th'ei teacher. The.parents and friends were invited to join, in the evening- when a. number of recitations were given- by the children. "Mary:Que...
The Advertiser. "MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." FRIDAY, 25th JULY, 1884. MUNICIPAL ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 25 July 1884
" MODERATE R'f0TPROGRE ?S£V?". ZFRIDAY, 25th JULY, I884+. I, MUNICIPAL' ELECTIONS S As the time approaches when the iannual electioi of . ouncillors=takes placo we ver to the necessity for the ratepayers-giving -tt?nftion ii to the matter, so that a selection ofgod and taeerepresentatives maybeo.made, nd the consent of candidates obtained ufliently earlyto1,prevent, anr dsat going by default. The position 'is one, of consi f erl8 honor evenlalthjgl `jit involves loss of time, and a good deal of personal annoyance,iyet gentlemen whose interests are bound up with the place they livei - sho-ld be prepared to ibear their share of the work, .which must be ddoe Wy soe to bhiitd up and consoaiate our raidly growing shire, with its increasing requirements What is wanted is menof good character and business ability, willing to give attention to the duties of their office, and even if they should not be gifted with the dangerous power of talking against time, the shire will lose nothing in co...
CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 25 July 1884
COiEfISPONEcExcE. [Our colunns are openo forithe discussion of all questions which are not of a sectarian chlaracter. We wish it to be distinctly understood, however, that we do not necessarily, identify .ourselves with the opiiions, ,xpressed by" our' correspondents. All com munications intended for insertion must be addressed to the Editor, and contain the name and address of the writer as i guaranitee of good faith. Ed.A.]
Poisonous Drinks. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 25 July 1884
" oisonos .msbr?inks,; It.will bi reimembered that in our last issue we made inquiries into the truth or otherwisWe of ak statemnient :ciontained in a letter inserted in our columns by "BLlue .Ribbonite," the, result of wvlich proved that the statement was a base slander. We alsob got d~i etplnaitioni from Mr. Dobbin, which, from the letters appended below appears to have been an untruthful' one. The publicisus through Mr. Sutlier land wrote to Mr. Burrowes for his version of:the affair; and the following is his reply. Euroa, July 7th., 1884& ,ToiMis. SoiiRsiLAD. Sir,--In reply to your letter of the 10th., with extract enclosed, relative to a letter headed "Poisonous Drinks," and sigied. " Blue Ribbonito" as my name has. been used most uxijustifiably and, 'falsely, by Mr. Dobbin in the matter, in justice !to myself and the publicans of Euroa who have also been grossly maligned, I wiill proceed.before giving my version (the true one) to give Mr. Dobbin's assertions as to the ...
A SKILFUL SURGICAL OPERATION. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 25 July 1884
A SKILFUL SURGICAL OPERATION. The American Ambassador": isf? -ienna, Mr.-.Kasson, has lately forwarded to his Government an interesting' account of a' remarkable surgical operation. lately ? pr formed by Professor IBillroth, of Vieuun;, which, wonderful to tell, consistedin:'fth removal of a portion of the human stomach, involving nearly one-third of the organo' and, strange to say, the patient recovered the- only successtnl opseatiou, of thel kind ever performed. The disease for whichl this operation vwas perfornied was cancer'of the stomach, attended with the followiing symptoms :-The "apretite:is, quite '.poor? There is a peculiar indesciibable distrms in the stomach, a feeling that has" been doe scribed as" a faint.,? all d'one" s'!eisatioiin a sticky slimeo collects about the teeth; especially: in the morning, accomnpanuci by iu unplensant taste. Food fails to satisfy shis peculiar faint sensation; but, on the :ontrary, it appears to aggravate the -ecling. The eves are sunken, ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 25 July 1884
1MOTIIER SWAN'S WORM SYRUP. 111rallibllu, tatclesi; hannldusr, PIU1 rrlc; foi:IurFr Wlmcsa, rctlcnsus, wwnns, constipation. 'Is at *Irtifiats-.l. Muss L C.,, S1Ielbouml,,ncn ucrl Agentls. " c WISL'.'i ROUGH ON CORt.NS." Ark fur Wrlls"']Rough on Corny." Quick raier, completc, pcrmanctt carc. Cours, carts, h uiolis kL Molusrn am Co., Meclbournc. Generul Argcnt. 11l mMM l -0- Impurities of the Blood. ?-ntil these purifying Pills havehad a fair trial, lot no one lei lInger oppressed with the notion that his mslady is incurablo. A fen doses will rebmovo all disordered actions, ros te torpeid liver, relisve the olbstrcetod kidneys, , clnmens . pure blood,, and confer on every fanctlon health ful vigour.e T"hoe work a thoremgh poriesation; throughout the whole system," wethout disorder? log the enatural action of nany organ. Indigestion,' Bilious Cornm plaints; and Sick Headache' eo organ In the ahue-lbedy is so lilblo to di. order as the licer. lRemmeober rhen cnassa, fula tuluernc or aei...
Ashley Camp. AN AUSTRALIAN STORY CHAPTER IV. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 25 July 1884
Ashly k Camp. - AN. AUSTRALIAN. STORY , CHAPTER . ' :'Goldl yellow, glittering precious goldi". i~'s his; in quantity that appeared to be limitless, for the first 1panning.off left iim,the possessor of 2" oz. of the pre cious metal -£8 worth from one dish. Before Ashley retired to bed that night he had. doubled .the quantity, and comr fortablyjburied in a hole under; ,his pillow; lay pieces of yellow.-metal-totthe worth of£16. In his final "rustle" with luck Bill at last was "a- top:", 'The gutter though narrow was exceptionally richi aind although operations were neces sarily slow owing to his haviig to work unassisted, our hero at the end' f a week's work found himself with gold to the' amount of one hundred and eighty' pounds,-with. i'iichi claim snarcely touched and a run of gutter before him of ov'er amile, of which he hoped to. secure a share before his luck got bruited aboard and a rush sut'in. Behind the alluvial ?as the quartz, and it was eix ,ouseableif he did not cast his...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 25 July 1884
d-N. ~ SIMPS.ON.:' Agricultural and implement SMake r - GENERAL BLACKSMITH, ' ANDERSON sTREET, E I EUROA. N S. desire ato thank his customers *'- for past favror, and hopes by turning out First-l-ass, Wo,rk, to soli?t a further share of patronage. ,.. 'Hormseýu carx5efulgý Td J iuliy h ,qjij 1Jr h(.\· 1J-i i'\ :i::j ~ 'M5 ;c-·-r-i Public Noticed.: NOT TO BE BEATEN!! TH E EUROA TRADING COMPANY Although not in favdr of the" doailtd ,rule. of . ADYYRI'I 1 QUOTATIONS. Must, if nc,,ssary, do so, to hlow the goneral .ubhc that they sell at prices CQONSID.ER 'BLY LOWER Than other houses who ire adver ' tisiig tlieir prices as the Lowest In Euroa. When we do advertise prices, we quote somethin like the - following: Sago, 3d. Tapioca, 3d.. Rice, 3d. Oatmeal, 3d. C- urrants, G6d. . : . . Raisins, 7d, , Coffee, is Sd., Cocoa, is, Sperm Candles, 10. 'Tobacco, 2s 9d. Best Bluestone, 3d; OurjSugars are not to be beaten in the colony F OR . R T" -HPE ' P R I C E : Goods. only of the very finest qu...
Karramomus. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 25 July 1884
Karramomas. I regret to have to record the death of Mrs Anderson of Arcadia, who expired on Friday week last, after a few days' illness. The deceased lady who was only twenty six years of age was, highly re— spected. Her remains were followed to the Murchison cemetery on Sunday by several friends. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Farmers in this district have completed ploughing and sowing, operations. The &nbsp; weather is most favourable for young crops. Our newly formed, debating society held a meeting on Saturday 12th inst. There was a large attendance, but was not highly successfull, owing to the ab— sence of the secretary and treasurer. The topic under discussion was single versus married life. Mr William Duncan, in taking the former side said that single life was the best for various reasons, several of which he mentioned. Mr W. Chanter spoke in favour, of married life. The de— &nbsp; bate was eventually...
EUROA AMATEUR PARLIAMENT. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER) [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 25 July 1884
C EUiOA: AMATEUR, PARLIAlENT. i (TO TIE .EDITOR' OF THE ADUVRITISIER) ir last Tuesday week, there appeared letters ir signed by some person styling hinself )f Anti-Humbug. In reference to tie first Sletter I have nothing to say, as I consider 0 the press quitedcapabl6 of taking care of d themselves. The second letter refers to I the Euroa Parliamentary Debating Asso ' lation, about ivlhich Anti-Humlbug" dis e gorges himself ofhis vituperation. Now, Ssir, this gentlemnan (if such lie be) can l hardly be aware that .such associations Sexist i manny cities and town throughout Sthe colony, and number among their ie.embers many able and leading' citzens t and townsmen. At Emerald Hill, the Parliamentary Debating. Association was such a great success that other suburbs of Melbourne formed .such- associations, notably among hiich is Footscray, who havo now a very strong body of members, Sand to which most of the "leading men" do.belong. In our association we number two of our resident mini...