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MELBOURNE MARKETS. Wednesday, April 20. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 1 May 1885
::1ELBOURNE MARKETS: Wednesday, April 20. Fat Cattle-About 1700 head came for -ward, a large proportion of which ware of gooduseful quality. At the opening of the market prices had a downward ten dency, but as sales progressedbidding bo- came brisker. a'id advanced rates were realised, with a firm demand at the close.; Prime pens of bullocklisold at fr?in £12 10s. to £14 5s.; good do., from £10 10s, to £11 10s.; second do', from £8 to £9; inferior, frbii £ 10s.; prnime pens of cords from £8 to £9; good do; .from £6-10s. to £7-10s.;- inliddling and- inferior. fromn Fat Calves.-200_ were ya.ded, a fairs ,proportion of wlich,were good and-prime ,Tlhe demand was brisk, and all lots suited to trade requirements sold welL :Best rea lised from GOs. to 70s.; good, .from 40s. !to 50s.; middling and inferior, froml5s.! to 35. " - - Fat Sheep.-About 14,400 yarded. a fair p'oportion :of which wire of usoefl.priir.e quality. The, demand was not so active .:s last week, although prices for the be...
LOCAL MARKETS "Advertiser" Office, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 1 May 1885
L?OCAL ARAKETS S~` ' Advertiser'" Office, Thursday. ,Business-locally has been rather dull, owing to the, majority of the farmers being busy withthe ,plough.. On Thursday a fair amount of. trade was done, but, the rest of the" ?vek' has been unmarked by transactiois' of any import.anco Neither buyers nor sellers are operating -very freely, the preyvalinb uncertainty in regard to European,affaiis no doubt influencin - the nmarketbofsidetahllY: Wlihat has still an upward tendency, Mr Birkett reporting an advance of 2d per bushel. Eggs and butter aaie i idieniaiid atsliglitly. increascd. figures. Other items unchanged. Messrs Slee, Ogilby and Co's monthly stock-sale takes place to-day .(Friday)iand from the stock entered is likely to-be very :sucesful:. This fir.ihlias arranged to hold a special sale-for sheep only on the 22nd May, and similar sale of horses on the 18th June. - To those having stock in hand'these sales. will no doubt. possess in terest. Messrs ,Tengue and-Co's monthly ...
Olla Podrida. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 1 May 1885
t 4fOlla U d a. The iomao Gov *w a division.. All defence works at Sydney are now coaplete. SThe'ostal authorities have received in-. formation that the British Goveriimsit .haver stablished a post office at Suakin, for tllecodviininiceio f the forces in the The choiaters atthe Pleasntit street Wesileyanii Oli ilh Ballratiarei on styike, andwrefuise to stiike a note; C--; ` ??heiGovienor-ioCnoticfilhas refused the petitibon froii the raitepayers of the Tabilk ridizig of the':shire of -Gotilburn ,raying fosa .separate uhniipi ity. : Luke.Leonari?d .aged 17 hlad tis'e bones oft lusiane and fie anirashled4by the kick of alsidihrst M'Dotifills'stables Caulfield, :It is eipbeted: th t't awlthe ole of the Balarat.i police forceiwiF'~llluuiteerfoi the defence:' of the colony. Over , 40 have *been trainedsas artillery.men . ?5 :, At a most ehntliusiastic reitssig held at Belfast,. for the purpose of.forming civilian' defence coraps,- 82 Iasines ,wvre enrolled.,. The liarrikis i ils ow tnodi...
Violet Town Cricket Club. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 1 May 1885
Violet -Town Crcldket Club. The past season has not been so suc cesajfil as heretofore. Thioclub.play~o1 15* snatches, winning 8 aid losing 7. The non-successof the club has been bwing to the sinai, amount 'of interest ta~hi:iuin it by some of thi members. 'Aplicnded'arc the batting and bowlin:'avoroges for thl season:--- - Y. n-a e I asa2o2-,, G. 'Neil: '22 3. .?6?332.179 J. Johnston . 18 1 57 300 1113 G. Hoiide/ .. 14 3 38 119 ,011 arteihora ,.. 11 0?= 4W 1071~ 8? 8 W Grogan? .. 22 0 3i 193, 4817 iumphris :... i14' 2 33. 968-. Underwood .. 6 0 " 24 1-65 iMcShane 19 1 23 908 58 0. Sanderson ail 14143 4 7 E.. Thomas .... .L, 2I 2- 1 42_ 1 " "n' "ý 1Bdn L 1G` W .Davisit.. 9093 8 60;. 5;.5 G .Kii .... 120 480 0 5 :5 55 V. Groga ...I 32"1 17 11 29j ?7.14 aG. NZEI, Secretary.
Russian Finances. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 1 May 1885
A stateme nt of the flinrcial pso tion of lRussia will, at the.pre:seut June ture, be of special interest. For a number of years.tho Russian-.revenue was xceedesby tle expenditure -by £?7,0U0 0000.er anuuim;andaini 1876 her public?d?t ?amiounhted to 390 ;00;0000. Since 1i57 .the ;Russi:xfil'ional" dcbt has rapidly' i?er:-isled; and :i' is stated on the authority of the tf States'bau's Year Book," in Janiuaiy 1882, to have reached £082,973,242.' Of this sum, £161,000,000 was represented by paper inoney 'of foried currency. The debt bearing' interest rvasia thus £621,973 ,242, and tihe charges agaiist it for the year arc given as £28 440,28.0. In this state .or growing indebttdness (says the i Sydney .M.oruing ,Hei?ald"il) it is not surprising that when Russia goes into the marketifdr foreign 'loani her credit is by no means so'goodrnasi it was. She gets . the money,, but at 6. price. For insiance in 18"2, sfhe bi?r rowed nominally ,8,9000,000 at 3 :per cent.;, but all 2she 'got as th...
WITHOUT AND ALLY. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 1 May 1885
WITHOUT AN ALLY. We do not know the author of the 'fo-:. lowing lines, but they have quite recently found their way into print in reply to-the statement mnade by a section of the Con tinental press,. that' "England standsd-"'" alone;: without an ally.'' Every child in: the public schools should be made to learn : them:-, " Se stanids a lone ally nor friend hiath-. . she,. . Said Europe of our England, ler who.:' bore Freedom's own captains-Warrior-Queen who woro The glaive of' conquest but. to make nien , ' free. "" " " . . - - ,... Tihen out from Sumiiiers home came o'er : "+='" ;these a, : *-- : + -. : , ' - :-. ': I Bymniany a coral isle and sceted shore :An 'ld-world cry Europ li hadheard of:. yore,-::.-', " " :- ' . . - "'+-' :-'- -. From Dover clif 'eady; aye, re d * we !.. .Neeath Austral kies, S: had grown7"c + -. "-: (Bearing bravev i ords and In Fo or toys)-:'. , - * Forgot, 'mid threatening U S . maily noise- . 'The smos withl wlom old :';' 'stands alone.'. " _ " ' ,/
LATEST TELEGRAMS. MELBOURNE, Thursday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 1 May 1885
L~AŽTESTJ T E4EGRARL1_I MarIB?~s NT.Thursday evening. .The Sydney Gornment tolay.pre ceived p. cablegampn frointuthe Agent General that excitementis being mani fsted -i England over the Russian ment have. •made "lrge pirchases of cruiseri fittiit fir 'nisied'iatk aictive "A horrible outrage was reported to the Sale police to-day; A!i? bah namined Annie Tucker, residing at MIorweli? states t'-ia the nigh of, tle 22nd ilt her : house was forcibly entered by Si-.. navvies, and herself: .and daughter. criminally assaulted. .......:: It is reported that the Nathali and Cobram lines will be included intlie next batch:. More strange vessels are reported to be hovering rouniid the suittlier co s.2.... Barnes, under sentence of death for the murder of the late J. B. Slack, has made a full confession of his crime.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 1 May 1885
To Let, HOUSE;-containing TEN ROOMS .iHewith BUSINESS.. Also, .Wine Licen'se. Situiated in Railway Street, Euroa..'. Twelveo stalled stable.: - Apply P. F. -McCLUSKEYi - Euroa. O. BURROWES is hereby ap W e poiined.;.my Agent, ". au.and •em powered to Cllct Aints due to me, up to the 28th'Felriiary, 1885. His re ceiptill Uthre? be a. ifi t dis charf,%o. E-ij Entertalmnent" -, r A. .yIOT YRI.UNAsy aum and" School for ceeds in Iid of s ,he'Buildikn Fuud. Ad mission 2s. *nid i. Do ' oped?iat 1.30, . quaentity .of. usfrnil ari.icles m.anuf c tured by the hlind oiffdi s Cfithe In stitauios will bs erhibite t f lnd offerCd fo saledsat tinhe close of t oncert. Come on'e ©nd. all Come ai n riiding your friiends with yeoui% tCoinoe anid help tho blind to help themsel es I ;Come ea rl and- securea he Hsi'.F ?x?L2O1lif thake the S`be ld at McSliai's rHotel' on Business' : '1o Bled:Officer;s tfoor. thecon All Intending iiniiicrs and ?persons interested dro requested to attend. i? .: ,J .. . 11 ....
To Arms! To Arms!! [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 1 May 1885
To Arms! To Arms! A largely attended and enthusiastic &nbsp; public meeting was held in the Public Hall, Euroa, on Wednesday evening last, for the purpose of discussing the &nbsp; advisability of forming a rifle club or corps in the district. After the advertisement calling the meeting had been read by the convener, Mr Ogilvy, and his reasons given for doing so. Mr G. Sutherland was voted to the chair. He spoke of the duty devolving upon all Australians to be &nbsp; prepared to guard their hearths and homess in case of attack, by any foreign power, and of the great. influence the country corps would exert. The ease with which all volunteers on the lines of railway could be transported to ihe scene of attack was well calculated to give a sense of security to the people of Melbourne, and would greatly strengthen the hands of the &nbsp; Minister of Defence. The Government had decided on organising a force on the lines of the old yolunteer system, in the ...
The Advertiser PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. "Let all the ends thou aim'st at be thy Country's, Thy God's, and Truth's. FRIDAY, MAY 1st 1885. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 1 May 1885
PUBI SHED^ EVERY PFIDAY MO L. 'riines as the" silver lining to the dark cloud which at present overhangs Englad?l;'" a?nd'it "is hiihly'g atifving to, the colonies to know that their feel ings towards ,the moter land are properly recognise and and aypreiated by the Imperial authorities.u The accept imce of Australia's offer: of troops for the Soudan, the honorable position in which our men were placed, and, the undstinted ":terms" of praise-with which the English ~dress commented on the aion.the coloi o es,ow thallicotntbinedto raise Australian feeling to the highest enthusiasm.T The oresul. has been an ane ollitiif r ia spiofferof troievepsy town and village throughout the, length and. the Sodathnof the' lonor ifle ub po ition in out number have been formed, or are in coure Englis formatidn d volunt ersd on te bfen pouring in applications for service from all sides.t As an indicatione i thes indissoluble ti conresltng Greats beeitain and her dependencies, the )present war sout cae ...
SEYMOUR LOCAL LAND BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 1 May 1885
SEYMOUR LOCAL LAND BOARD. The following applications from this district were recommended by the Land Board, held at Seymour on Monday:- Edwiin James, 235a, Longwood and Euroa, west of William Beaton;' Sydney R.Sharp, 2800, i Longwood,' north of O. Kong Meng Monea South; -Henry Ricbey, 118a, south of H. Tubb; Try-. phena Boddy,320a, south of Wmn Wilmott; Louisa Kibble, 74a, north west of William Kibble; John Earnshaw, 320a, east of J. W.Bell ; Joseph B.Berry, 100a, east of L.W. Dargety ; John Gibson, 320a, east of Alexander M'Leish; James Gibson 286as, east of B. Cmuhmins ; Louisa- W. Dargatz, 239a, north of D. L. Anderson; Frederick Earl,senr, 184a, south of J Bell; Eiic A. Brodin, 320a, east of J. Bell ; Alexander M'Leish,320a, east and south of Patrick Cummins ;. James M'Leish, 320a, north of J. Earnslaw; Jno. Temple ton, 320a, north of A.J . Finlay; Rchd. Sharp, 140a, south of W.Pews; Thomas M'Kenzie, 320a, west of Jane Bruce; Kenneth M'Kenzie, 320a, west of. J. M'Kenzie; James M...
VIOLET TOWN POST OFFICE. Departure of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 8 May 1885
VIOLET TOWN POST OFFICE. Departiare of Malls. sliits close at Violet Town Post -Office as follows i-" Fod. Melbourne daily' at 9.30 a.m.,' and 5.30 p.m. For Tamleugh, Tamleugh North, (loose bag), and Caniambo-Mondays, Wednes days, and Fiidays. Mails made up pre vious' night 8 p.m. For Marrraweeney (loose bag), Boho (oose bag), and Strathbo-io North (loose bag)--Tuesdays, and Fridays, 10.40 p.m. For Barrington's, Caniambo (loose bag) --Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. Mails. madoe up previous night 8 p.m.
Arrival of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 8 May 1885
Arriv~al of Ials.I lMILS arrive at the Euroa Post Office as follows :- , From Gooram, Mcrton, Doon, Main dample and Mansfield, at 5.20 p.m., Sun days excepted.'- t - From Jamieson;'Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 5.20 p.m. .From Miepoll, Miepoll South, Kar ramomus South,: on Mondays, Wednes days, and Fridays, at 9 a.m. I From Shean's Creek, Strathbogie, and Strathbogie Wyest,: on Wednesdays and Saturdays, at 5.30 p.m.. From Balmuattum, Mondays, Wednes days, at 5 p.m. .. From Moglonemby, Thursdays, at 5 p.m. Melbourne upand down train, daily, at 10.17 a.m . Melbourne up train, daily at 7.p.m. Doirn train daily, atO6.15 p.m.
NEW ZEALAND LOAN AND MERCANTILE AGENCY CO. REPORT. Tuesday, May 5. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 8 May 1885
SNaW EA; OAIT AND MERCArNTI S " AGENCYC CO. REPORT. S" Tuesday, fMay 5.. -Wheat has fluctuated up to 3s lid, back Sagain to 3s 9d, and. up again to 4s, at which-price latest sal?iof prime wheat are ireported. '.' - ,,Flur-Prices advaiced from £7 5s to £8 5s, the latter quoted for g6od country brands. Oats-Prices'firmer, with a good supply to 3s 3d., . . Barley-Cape 2s lid to 3s Id; common ialting, 4;-medim, 4a 3d td o 4s 4d priime, 4s -to6 4s 7d. oPeas hlosed at 36 2d to 3,id.8 2jd :Maiize,;aC:cording to qualitytb 4 S3d.| Bran - ,;6peculative movement ,has vY -. ;. and-Is 2d.
EUROA POST OFFICE. Departure of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 8 May 1885
EUROA POST OFFICE. Departure of 1mt .ilI. Mur.s close at the Euroa Post Office as follows: : For ,Gooram, Merton, : Doon; Main dample, and Mansfield at 9.40 a.m. daily, Sundays excepted. For Jamieson, Tuesdays, Thursdays, aund Satsurdisys,.at 10.40 a.m. For Miepoll, Miepoll South (loose bad), and Karrannoumus, South Mondays, Wed nesdays and Fridays, at 11 a.m.? . For Shean's Creek (loose bag), Strath bogie, and Strathbligie West (loose bag). on Wednesdays and Saturdays, at 11 a.m. For Balmattum, Mondays,'.Wednes das, and Fridays, at 11 a.sm.: . r.. For Moglonemby; Thursdaysy at 7.30 For Melbourne up and down train, daily at 9.40 a.m. For Melbourne up and down trains, daily, at 5.30p.m.
LATEST TELEGRAMS. MELBOURNE, Thursday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 8 May 1885
LATEST TELEGRAMS. BrELECTRIC' T BLEOrP. (XR.oM w... O. oRREsfOp Di9.).^ '-' MtB'ou , Thursday evehing. A cablegram has been received by the New South Wales Government to the ,effect that Mr'Lambie, therspecial orrcspbondent of the " Sydney Morning Herali'ihas been..wounded.in-the leg.. At the General Sessions this morn-. ing, bef6ropHis Honor Judgo Trench, two men narhed Josiah Jaokson aand: John Johnston, were charged with, stealing. a:liargo quantity' ofi jewellery from tlhe hop of Mr F. )yood, of Hotl1im,in-a!Deember las- : Anin questi was held to-day'by Dr Youl, Districet Coroner,.on the body of' John' Needham, Iformally a resident of Wandiligong.: A :A .verdict of" found drowned" was returned. Conrad .Lerhke, licensed victualler, was fined £2 to-day for Suiday trad-' ing. The German gunboat ?harie? which was injured by running on a reef off the New. Guinea coast, Ips been placed'in. the Fitzroy Dock; Sydney ,for repairs. It is estimated that.it will cost £20,000 to' put h?r' ii...
Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 8 May 1885
Commercial." . g The undermentioned Quotations for Lie Stock, Dairyr Prdihe, etc., are the very latest. obtainable, and. ,Every Figure is Guaranteed ABSOLUTELY OORRECT to tht Auctioneers'; Quotations.:; Farmers and Graziers:may therefore place impl~,itcon fidence in our Market Reports. We have also made arrangements for ex tended reports of...thel.onthly.Stock.Sales of the district, which will appear among, the Commercial Intelligence,:..; :
MELBOURNE MARKETS. Wednesday, May 6. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 8 May 1885
. *1VELBOTUiNE MiRjKETS. - -Wednesday, May 6. Fat Cattle':-2418 were enitered for the -week's supply, which large number neces •sitated twn days' sale. Aboit 1200 passed the hammer to-day, and the remainder, wwhicri it is iiot anticipated will make up .1 the iiumberi drawn for, iwill be offered .-to-morrow. The quality of thosef yarded. Swas chiefly middling.' Best pens met with brisk competition' and prices on the whole, taI~ini duality inito considerationi, are; Sabout'equal to last iuotations. Beat'penis of bullocks sold 'at fromn £12 to £12 15s, odd beasts to £14 2s Gdi good do,;fronm £10 to £11; ~iecond do, from' £8 to £9 ; inferior, £6be lhest pens cows, at from £8 .. to £8 10s; odd beastsito £U.2s d ; good -o -froii £6 lOs to £7.1Os' niiddling and inferior, from ?4. Fat Calves :-240 .wre yarded, which met aood salo e and pices "eqiual to lasit week's.rates were realised., Beat, sold at fr8rGOs'to80i ;igood, frolii4Os'to 50s; middling and inferior, from 15s to 30s. i 5FatýJShe...
LOCAL MARKETS "Advertiser" Office, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 8 May 1885
,1. . 16dkLMARKKETS ':' " Advertiser"iOffice, Thursday. The pacific news regarding European co: mplications *hich reachedhus duriing the week has had a very iarirked effect upon the grain market. AtHoime a-drop of 2s per.quarter is cabled, and our markets - moved in sympathy.- Although prices lcave lowered. so much, buyers during " the week irre' notf *disposed to doprate to any exent.:l-Flour - maintains its price still, and most other lines are firm. 'The local market is quiet. The farmers are all :busy .on~theijf grounds, and as a consequence business is anything butt brisk. Butter and eggs have an advancing :tendency, not,muclchlichage taking-place in any other linesj; S Tliefollowiig, are the latest. quota-' tions: SLEE, OULBar, .AND Co.'s; MONTnLY R EPORT. : Friday,Mlay1: Cattle yarded, 400, including. some really prime beef. Messrs J. Cusack, Gordon Bros, Devine, and McMenna were represented by drafts of prime cattle, which sold well up to £8. r Store stock sold well fromi f£...