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OATS. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser and Violet Town, Longwood, Avenel, Strathbogie, Balmattam and Miepoll Gazette — 9 May 1884

OATS. J.Birkettbasaome Srstalaseampl!e cTairtaian and abort oats for sale at t* per bushel P. Keems Violet Town, has Tar t'-ran Oats frraale at s 8dper bushel. 1 Hobbs, Strathbogie has a splendid sample of Tart?rian oata for sale at S3 per buashel, grown on potato land; yi"lded 13 bags to the asre. I' Armatrong, of .Strat.bogie, has fine sample of abort potato oats at Od per bushel.

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser and Violet Town, Longwood, Avenel, Strathbogie, Balmattam and Miepoll Gazette — 9 May 1884

L~i.: '1l Al ;L _Cb.S3ITII 'AND ''''LW IGtýIT'. ° A ltur.l 1 'rd Implement A. I t ~cr M'G lIEN TISs. f- TfLEET, 4a Adict.irir"i to thank th inlnhiah .tai.. in Eurja and surrour ilii. ditrit i*'ifor, the ktoil "nfls'rtji, l Ia,:- ' ' ;1 =·iý,ii a `ti c++, anti tro't. I ;ig'i hipn , *..ii e .a f tir 'ii LitO \~i' h Z 'Y\T .., 'P1 22nd~ 1111, : inu. 7,"_ 11 Illan=+ý<E.__, 4s~w°;''3 :a " , 'i lt li I i:i3 iTiO t I IkW L\;1LEI: I i lFiE iL - wpeat t- i eiil h I. : ~ 1.. Cinsidet-,iv 1 .. oI,!"i c.. 1"/ ii Iaehitinr. * u, illd Lean' 1'" :la lul 10 i laiij * itat ilni 1, 1. 1N I1 t't thle ho'a P it } 5 urle1 ic.es .O GLL in I):lit :I~i~~d13r~ii ) E'tiC 1) I? , ANDi * VIOL ET-DI T -SOW:-IS KiiEEPS the icri' Best 1X'urki lien 01' the plremissc a2nd hop;1 t0 Oulitit a2 fair slhure of 1t1le PUiBLIC'`ý'ý ' GE.1ONl -ALSO W. 'L E CiA I'M \. R AP.E:R T G.R OtC ERIE 8 Wh'di catnnot lie e ujlle 'in tidOis trict for, Q UALITJ 011t.l Uli iA : CO-ME A;IJ S~i!! A. TRIAL'.L 1 vLL PRIOVE I! t._...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser and Violet Town, Longwood, Avenel, Strathbogie, Balmattam and Miepoll Gazette — 9 May 1884

Wanted. W ANTED an Active Steady LAU . .accustomed to stable work and driving,, to make himself generally' useful--Apply to G. H. CHa IMLEY, Kileen, Longwood. . W ANTED 500 Bags good Feed . OATS. Cash on Delivery. GORDON BROS:, Euroa, .;W A N TED. ANTED'a GIRL as General Ser : W vant.-Apoly Mns J. HAsDonur, Euron. mermons, Lectures etc, T HE BISHOP of MELBOURNE will visit Violet Town next Monday 12th inst. and Euroa on Tuesday, 13th. Each LMeeting will commence at 7.30. For male' Hire or To Let. M R JOHN -DEREIAM has 'a FIRST CLASS ENTIRE COLT, by Calabar, out of an Athle. n mate, and wo:hld be a grand colt sittable' to gt 'horses for the Indian liiarka: " Full .particulars from Alex. ·'Kernan, Sheani's Creek. ..STORE SHEEPFOR .SALE. 1000oo1VERINO`WETHERS 6 and 8 4 tooth. rEasy .tdrmu i'" ?Particulare· from W. P. West,. Mooroopna, or ,at this office . QPLENDID Assortment of Geese, SLijucks, Fowls. and Pigeons FOR. SALE.-Apply to D. A. CASEMENT. O' LET OR FOR SALE. A DWELLING HOUSE, ...

The Advertiser. FRIDAY, MAY 9, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser and Violet Town, Longwood, Avenel, Strathbogie, Balmattam and Miepoll Gazette — 9 May 1884

FIHIDAY, MAY 9, 1?b8 I'L.sEwHERE will be found the first of a series of orig:nal arti cles on New Industries.-ti sub ject fraught with deep interest to every farmer. We may re mark in passing thatthe articles referred to are from the pen of one who has a thfrough know ledge of his subject, gained from practical experience, and as they will contain full par ticulars as to the method of culture of the vine, olive, silk;, o'chard fruits, nuts, &c.,, it. might be worth while fcr.those who know. little about th treatment of these products to preserve them. And now let us ask farmers to seriously con sider their situation. Are they here merely as birds of passage, ti pick the eyes out of their se lection and pass on to fresh fields iid pastures new? If so, then by pursued by the majority-scrateh the soil, sow wheat, oats and barley, and barley, oats and, wheat, get half a dozen crops off, sell out at fifty shil lings per acre, and the result, after all, will not be so bad. To such...

New Industries. No. 1.—The Vine. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser and Violet Town, Longwood, Avenel, Strathbogie, Balmattam and Miepoll Gazette — 9 May 1884

New . Industries. ~o. l.--The Vine. -------- (BY OUR AGRICULTURAL EDITOR.) The immense importance of the vine industry, not only to Victoria but to Australia, is year by year becoming more apparent. .Within the last foli;or five years it haslcome to the front with a rush' and now takes rank as one of the most promising of all our staples. For years i it.laboured under adeep-rooted. preju dice, which refused to recognise any 4 merit in. the. wines produced in our genial climate. The gallant pioneers i of the industry, however, were not to I be so easily vanquishe I. With praise-' worthy perseverance they kept strugg!I ing on, assured that the product wh;ch: had materially assisted to build up t the wealth of Soul hern.Europe would eventually do the same in a land were t soil and climate were equally propitious i amplyre.warded. TieeBrrdeaTi xi? iumph,' r which proclaimed to the'.world 'the' t nndoubted merit of Australian wines was the turning point in the history of of the industry"...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser and Violet Town, Longwood, Avenel, Strathbogie, Balmattam and Miepoll Gazette — 9 May 1884

r" BUsiness Notices PEIýb,; AI\\CUNCJIMENr To' the. - Inhtdottiq 'u 1S a1; j pirmert .of 1. uroaIIOI and Surroo·tiedingD stsricts. Luziodu I I) T-: lNR~Ph.CTI! Ut I X 1 Io rette tfaqtk ..LLor _t he -Is er! I go Lnnr ~uasehso' .s on tloots slme V Vý+it L O.g t It' #·t iio tify ;tdcir ptm:5Lt.ot of c. ioUtiig toosel ate t - In-gouods onts frsit bsqunlitx, Y' . Icluw we give n t to iw'taiii es of itt otations in toile of our de"pts tscutti Men's & Childrei's , *BOOTS' l SHOES .: In Greant V'riety" ' Ladics Boots .tnim Sliuce, eiery assorntment, : all at greatly REDUCED :PRICEES:: -In every Dcpiirtioient the |li ies have been, reduced),'innludliu g the SIroniongeriy, 'Tinware, 1 and Brushiware. . GDefore purcaasing elsewhere call and .get' a list of, plices. , I nspection Invited."' J. E: I.. .Co. are CASH buyers of;all DAIIY I'PRTDUolA E,;itldr,' 's honey and poultry at Ihe'hiLbest market ite" - Fire. sl ane 'Sitn' 1 isureac.s effected in tle Vlictoria Insruan:e andtt oteir. J....

"Euroa Advertiser" Seed Register. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser and Violet Town, Longwood, Avenel, Strathbogie, Balmattam and Miepoll Gazette — 16 May 1884

' Eurou Advertiser" Seed Heariter. In order to encourage the growth of particulars of the variety, etc., may be entered free of charg e. We invit., those who have clean seed wheat, oats or barley, to send us at least half pound samples, together with the fol lowing information : Time of sowing: kind of ground (whether new or old) sown on ; yield per acre.

DAIRY PRODUCE, HIDES ETC. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser and Violet Town, Longwood, Avenel, Strathbogie, Balmattam and Miepoll Gazette — 16 May 1884

DAIRY PRODUCE, HIDES ETC. Messrs 3M'Kay, Adamscn and Co. -report,--Cheese, 5d to i7d, per b. potted butter, frm 9-d to Is per.. Ib; very prime old 9d ex stores ; fresh ii-tter, well nade, .choice dairies. Is 9d ;fair and medium, Is to 1s 5d; ordinary lumps, from 9d to Is ; do one lot of very prime sold at Is (d. Eg.s. Is 9d to is 11id Bacon, good well smoked from 8d to 9d; ,unr-moked from 6d to 7. Iloney, garden, from 4hd to Gd; bush 3ird lo 4d. Fowls 3s to 3s 9d; Turkeps (full grown) 7s to lla ; do ymng 4s to 6s Gd. Ducks 5a to 6s. Geese 's to 8s. Carcase 'pork from 4d to 5d. Mr C. L. Deboos reports price locally as follows. Fresh butter s 3d. Potted butter Cd to 9d. Eggs Is 9d. Carcase park, under 1001b 4d. Fowls, 2s Gd to 3s per pair. Ducks 3s per pair. Turkeys 5s to 10 per pair, Sheepskins 3d to 4d. Hides 2d to~ 2:d. Kangaroo skisn 9d to ls. Wallaby 6 I. Oppossum 2s Gd to 4s. Bear 2s 61 tu 4s. J. E. Handbury and Co. report : Butter (print), lid to Is 2d per lb.; prime'new cask, ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser and Violet Town, Longwood, Avenel, Strathbogie, Balmattam and Miepoll Gazette — 16 May 1884

C ·:er·;.i c:I· "·:': 11:._ 'i>ci:-: c "t t Ntt t frt . P:'i. i ,.Mee'. SANTED."500 'Biags good Feed OATS. Cash o?n Delivery. GORDON BRo.S., Euroa, iYTANTED.a good Gen'eral SER -. .AT.-Apply to M1ns.LxaE, Farmers' Arms iHotel, Violet;Toon, ANTED a Good General SER VANT,a'so a NURSE-GIRL - Apply to .RS 2'KERLNAN,;' ' . lahnattum. . ANTED Country. CORRES • POND)ENTS at once. For all o mtition apply to \EIS.I:, BROS,. . f~i4a-tiser.Office (Nest DeBoos'Store) TENDERS. TENDERS are inlited for the build Sing of BRICK CHURCIL; it Euron. Tenders properly endorsed must be loded at the National 1Bank; Eurjd not later than SATURDAY, 24Tri MAY. Plans and Spec ficut ons may be seen at the.Bank. "For Iale I:I're or To Let. R JOHN DERIfAM has a FIRST CLASS: ENTIRE COLT, by Calabar, inut qif an Athleen mare, and would; lie al :granrid 1colt suiitable to get horses for. the Indian. market. Fuill particulars from, Alexk' M e'Imana, Slieanl's Creek. - STORE SHEEP FOR S .LE: 000 31ERTINO ?WETHERS 6 ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser and Violet Town, Longwood, Avenel, Strathbogie, Balmattam and Miepoll Gazette — 16 May 1884

. Public Notice. . NOT TO BE .BEATEN!I THE EUROA TRADING COMPANY Although not in favor of the adopted rule of ADYITTISINi QpoTATrIO:;s MIust, if necessary, do so, to show the general public that they sell at prices CONSIDERABLY LOWER Than other houses who are adver S tiing their prices as the Lowest In Euroa. When we do advertise prices, we quote something like the following : Sago, 8d. i Tapioca, Sd. Rice, 3d. - Oatmeal, 3d. Currants, 6.d. R'aisin? 7d, Cuffee, ls 3d. 1 Cocoa, is, Red Cross Jam, 6d. Sperm Candles, 10d. t Tobacco, 2s 9d. Best Bluestone, 3Jd.' Oar Sugars are not to be beateii n in the colony FOR THE PR ICE Goodse only of the very finSst'quality, af . ._and all-at prices , as Icw in ie 14 OUR DRAPERI 'TRADE Has lately increased to such an extent, under the low prices at which we have been offering our stock, that we are determined ir to still increase this branch of the business,) e by offering ALI WIRNTER LINES LOWER THAN EVE R. g We have the largest stock of e WINTER...

MOGLONEMBY. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser and Violet Town, Longwood, Avenel, Strathbogie, Balmattam and Miepoll Gazette — 16 May 1884

:ILOGLO?'EiIBYI . - W.. «e ratepayers of Moglonemby and Tanleugh, would be grateful if anne of our ? rate-money were eipended on the roads in our own locality.: We aie aware that everything cannot be done sat once, but a little expenditure for clearing one or two of the principal roads is not a great, boon to ask. By clearing :the :l?gs and rubbiih,, and grubbing the stumps say ]lalf a chain wide; roads. that are- now a discredit to the shire, ould be render'd pass-able. All green timber should be allowed to'remain, f ,r it protects the roads by keeping them dry. There are one or two places that require more.atten tion, particularly on the two-chain road a -pirating th?i parish of Moglone:nby from shadforth and Balmnattum. At Spresent the crcpk opposite Mr.. W. Godden'a selection, and that oppceit3 Mr. Mii.Maher's selection, are wanting bridges of isome kind, iA these are on the mainro$d from Shepparton, Gowan. cardie and Kialla to Euroa, they should receive atttntion. If two bridge...

THINGS OLD AND NEW, [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser and Violet Town, Longwood, Avenel, Strathbogie, Balmattam and Miepoll Gazette — 16 May 1884

THINGS OLD AND NEW, "What man knowelh the things of a man, save the spirit of a man which is in him ? even so, the spi-it of Gon knioweth no man, but the things of Gor. Which things also we speak, not in'the wourds man's isisdom teacheth, but Which the Holy Ghost tce?cheth ; comparing spiritual things with slpiritual. But the natural man receiveth not thie things of Acte Spirit of GOD;. for they are foolishness unto him; neither con he know them. becmuse they are Spiritually discerned."-T. Cor, 11; 11, 12, 14,

CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser and Violet Town, Longwood, Avenel, Strathbogie, Balmattam and Miepoll Gazette — 16 May 1884

- -COIRREMPOJNEDEXCE. S[Our columnis are open for the'discussion of all questions which- are riot of a sectarian character. We .wish it to be 'distinctly imnderstood, however, that io e lo iot necessarily identify S: ourselves with thiL-opinions expicssed S:: by our? orrespondents.:. AIl coin In'. muications. iiitedlded for 'iisertion ., inmst be addressed to the Editor, arid Scohtain the namie and'address'of the i riter as a guiarant t of good'faith. THE REYV MR WEIR AND MR * -,Jl'LEAN.: (TO 'I0E3 E'I;ITOR OF'ThIE- ADVEnTISER.) SiR,-Seeing that the appare?it ob ject for which lthe 'icr Mr, Weir atitacheed in me at Eriiro on the 21st ult, is so' efrectiveliy accomplished, I may (in justice to my "family and-myself) be per.aitted to' have -the "following extract. from :a copy;of.the allegei " immoral paper ". referred to by Mr Weir published in ao early issue, of your paper, ims order to allow ow far the rev. gentleman ,is ,justified in believirng a publication to le "inmmoral" tlia....

OATS. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser and Violet Town, Longwood, Avenel, Strathbogie, Balmattam and Miepoll Gazette — 16 May 1884

OATS. J. B'rkett has some first class sample% efTartariani and short oats for sale at Fa per bushel. P. Keene, Violet Town, has Tar t'r'an Oats for sale at 2s 8d per bushel. T Hobbs, Strathbogie has a splendid sample of Taitrian oats for sale at 3a j.er bushel, grown on potato lan-I; 7ielied 12 bage to the acre. B. Armstrong, of Strathbogie, has fine. sample of short potato oats at 9d per bushel. Ede' Dean 1 as a first-c:as saple of 1ortail oats for sale- " H. Humphrey has a good sample o Post Macdonald wheat gr own on fal. low ground; yield, 25 bushels per acre ir Allen, Violet Town, has some. .excellent Tartarian oats at 3s 3d. BARLEY. Furphy, Kiail., Icalian Bat ledore .ro "a from priae KyHetoa eeod"

A CORRECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser and Violet Town, Longwood, Avenel, Strathbogie, Balmattam and Miepoll Gazette — 16 May 1884

SA COlRECTION..:.. Smn, -Tur corresipndent :"Scrbbler" evidently likes soimething " good," but ' Trelth will staiind whei a' thiigs' fl " astlie Scotclh soug s:ias. It was, not the selector, but the selector's sheep thlat the Dingoes ruslhed frodi tl;e ygnd. ]y rectifyin ' "Scribbler's" mistake you will greatly oblige.--Yours, etc. W?. D. CROCKER. Letters signed :' Ignoramis". and "'L." will appea:r in our next issue. : ......

Police Magistrate's Appointments for 1884. MOIRA DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser and Violet Town, Longwood, Avenel, Strathbogie, Balmattam and Miepoll Gazette — 16 May 1884

Police )JIn- istrete's App int mrents for 1a a. ' MO1LA l]S'1RIC. . Colrts i.u.r Day April May I.ne ILcunila ...11.30 Mon 7,21 5, 19 2,16,3 Wa' gny'li 10 Tue 8 6 3 I':hlherglen 10 Well 9 7 4 Enro& ..-11 jFi 13 25 9, 23 ]6.20 Averiel .... 12 Fri 18. 16 13 Chiltern'.. 10 Wed 2,16,31 14, 28 1?426 Wang"iatta 10 Chu 3,17 ,15,29 12.26 uhoga'mah 12 Prue 23. 20 17 0 Yurr'wona 10 Wed 22 21 ' 18 VioletTown 11 tue 1,29 27 24 e Oxley... 10 Fri 4? 2,30 27

Strathbogie Sheep Protection Association. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser and Violet Town, Longwood, Avenel, Strathbogie, Balmattam and Miepoll Gazette — 16 May 1884

Stratlaboile Sheep Protec tion Assoclation. A meeting of this association was held at Strathbogie North on Saturday, 10th inst. Mr D. Crosbie was voted to the chair, and after the confirmation of the minutes of the last meeting a com munication was read from the Mainsfield Asso iation giving full particulars' of its working, and the assistance it was1 receiving from the shire euncil and the Government, - with - copies of all the' necessary forms;. ... Letters fiom persons wishing to join the association' were read, and names by instruction, were ,given in for enrol ment. : " -: .... . i Mr .M1'Kenzie, of.Gooranm, was elected President, anid ,Messrs D. Crosbie, J. Nagel, J. .Myers,G. Howell,. J. P. Jackson; W. Hogg,.and W, Anker were appointed a committee. - ... A discussion ensued. concerning the rules and.the cogmittee was authorised to draw up a code and call a general meeting .when necessary. : 'It was rreolvod that the Government should be -asked to subsidise thi amouCnt to be i...

Violet Town Mems. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser and Violet Town, Longwood, Avenel, Strathbogie, Balmattam and Miepoll Gazette — 16 May 1884

Violet Town e i eims. [BY, SCRIBBLER."] ' The- minstrel-eritcrt'ir.ient 'lh ich wai to have. been held ;.: . Queen's. Birtiday ias -; . : . definitely lw\iigtlo theil. : m -~iu tiW'« for. relearsal.' : ' " : " We had anintollectlua .e.;-=i ;:i e shape of a sermon from. Bishop Moor w house on Monday evening -ina the Anglican Church. De'pite 'the ,in clemency of the i'eather, the corire id gation nuiiibered about 75: Thle choir g under the ab!oe leadership o' Mr Nicklin, our ?new. cenolmJmaster, ren g dered good servico. Mris Crocker as d, usual presided at the or;an. During eheir stay here, his Lordship and Mrs iMoorhouse :vere: the gui ,:s.. of :M[. and Mrs CrockerlofI- Ione3~suck le sation. I am glad toh be able to tthronicle it that the shire council is taiking, some of our 'urgent works in .'hand at. last. The north and soutli road past Line s II is'being cleared, and also thll next one . to the Westward leaning to the nill. SA great mistake, however, alip.art? ti ,have been made...

WHEAT: [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser and Violet Town, Longwood, Avenel, Strathbogie, Balmattam and Miepoll Gazette — 16 May 1884

WHEAT: J. Footit, 3Miepoll, has sdme first class Rattling Tom seed for sale. For all information apply to Mr Birkett J. Birkett, Euroa, has some Port Ih'Donahl and Purple Straw :or sale at 4s 6d per bushel; yield 20 bushels. James Gall, Ballmattum, Mole's White. Purple Straw, and Pt. Mac donald seed; price 4s 6d per bushel. P. Keene, Violet Town has Port Mac donald and Purple Straw for sale 7s lid to 43. per bushel. Jas. Sinclair, Miep,;ll, has R ttling Tom and Port Macdonald seed wheat for sale it was sown on new land, and is a very good sample, clean, an yielded from 15 to 20 bushels per acre. D. M3'Kernan, Balmattum, has some nagnficent Purple Straw seed wheat for sale First year grown. and a sample of same took first prize at the .Ameter-` dam Exhibition Yield, 27 bushelsper acre -pricei4s 6d?°per bushel Samples can be seen at this office. Mr Allan, of Violet Town, has a fine -rample of Port McDonnell seed wheat for salo-.price 4s6d per bushel.

Country Notes. CANIAMBO. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser and Violet Town, Longwood, Avenel, Strathbogie, Balmattam and Miepoll Gazette — 16 May 1884

(raox Ona OWN COREasroNDENTS ) c. *C AXIAJEUO., TA very welc6iine change tookjdcok-c in theweviather . diiing Friday. nigh4 'and early on Sat day morning a'ssoft steady rain set in, which continued until about S12 o'clock.' Since then we hare had several heliy showers accompanied iby an oceaional peel of tliund ;, and up to time of writing there is every appearance of a continuance of broken weather. During tlhe past week ~sowing has been pretty et;eral and tlhose farmers who were fortunate enough to have fallow are well on witth "eir work, but of course there are exc-ptions In cons?quence of thecdrought holding out so long, the area under cultivation this season will hlu far short of what was anticipated. ., S There i somae.talk, I?ere of..a move ment being' set on foot for the purpose of having the new railway line.to St. James branching off at Arcadia instead of Shepparton. This. is said to be a more central route than the one already proposed. It miay not be out of place here to...

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