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LONG WOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 8 May 1885

L.ONGWOOD. .,(FMOUROWN, CoROBE FD'aT,)t During .the..last weekor. sO..the, good people of Loagwood havelieen seized with a mania for holding meetings. Thlecom mIitte'i of the 'entertainment n. Eater Moniday led off,'by assembling to settle up thei-riaccounts;:; and tlie 'secreary handed in a, very satisfactory l_ lifce-. sheet, showing .a good return consideriig the daipness wshich as the distinhiUish ingfeature of the day, and lie was.iin structed to hanid tie aiouint ovcr to:the. cofoinittee-of the ,fice library whicli'iis done at a'meeting held by tiioei.:i feov days later.' 1 The principal object of-tlie latter meeting' viasto elect trustees forthc building, -and Messrs' Edward-'1 Hill. Cornelius Puddy, and James 'M-axfield were the gentlemen whom the subscuibers considered suitable to fill tha~t position.' A dceputation,appointed by the.residents of tie new township, waited .lioi ' tL .ong wood Church Committee on Friday morn ing, asking them:' to re-consider. their deterninati...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Peace News. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 8 May 1885

Pences News. The whole of the news with regard to the difficulty with Russia is decidely of a pacific character. Speaking in the House of Lords on Monday.night, Earl Granville, the Secretary of State for Foreign Alihirs, announced, on behalf of the Government that Great Britain and Russia had agreed to refer tlie Penjdeh " incident" to arbi tration ; and, What was of infinitely more importance, that.the -delimitation of the Russo-Afghan frontier wvould .be dlter minedby a colmmission to.aoet ih London: This annouucemellt led to a debate in the House of Commons. and the agreem:ent arrived at wad colldemned by the Con servative and the Irish members, but sup .ported by thei Liberals.. Lord Randolph Churchill made one -of. his characteristic speeches, :deScribing. the arrangement between the..two powers as a base and cowardly surrender on the part of the Britisl Goveridment: 'The. louse'pa;scd the credit vote of £6,500,000, Mr Glad stone promising to allow a ge'end dis cussion on the p...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Strathbogie. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 8 May 1885

Stratnbowie. JFROM o01 OWN CORREsOD.1ENTj. Quite an unwonted'stir was'.made last week at Major Smith's farm, Strathbogie, caused by;the presence of Mr A. Sinclair with his .stfeamn chaff-cutter 'and coin crusher. In every direction were to, be seen teams coming and taking up positions all round the yard, loaded with corn to be' crushed, and the sighit was an exciting and unusual one. Mr Sinclair was kept busy with his machinery from daylight to crushed no less tiha. 0 1aas o o?L " very short time.

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Serious Case at Moglonemby THE INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 8 May 1885

Serlous Case at ?'olonemaby 3:'.-THE, INQUEST. ' Yesterday, at noon, an inquest was commenced by Mr Cormiick, P.M., at thii Publihall, -Eutdzi'bo thei body' of a male c'hild' %hich' ieh :ia?d~in found under circumstances I necessitating a coronial inquiry as to the cause of dea'h. :, : Detective Duncan conducted the case on behalf of theCrown. 1 The fo!lowing jurymen were sworn in :--essrs. W.. Neelands, ,Burrowes, Nelson, ,O'ica, Bowman, Slee, Neill, Casemolit,JSatcli hll, pdwlor, .. Simp son, Gordon, and lHerbertson., Mr.' Slee was'appointed foremn. After, the jury had' Viewed the body, and' lien duily sworn n, the Coroner meitidnied that it was onlyprnposed to call evidence for the! identification of the body.. , Dr.'dMcCall, sworn, eposed : Am a legally-qualified' medical practitioner, residing at..Euron. Identify the body as the one,I saw at Faithful's Creek. First" iaw 'it on Tuesday' last,' oi the selection of r:' Os-Obbrne, about ten miles' frdm Euroa." On: the evening previ...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Shepparton Assize Court. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 8 May 1885

$heppartonAAi z" Court. The May.sittin?of. .thieAssize Court commenced at Shepparton on Friday, be fore Judge Casey, M?ir. A. Snmyth being the :Crown?proseii~or ;ini the criminal cases. W. B. Bussell,'the defaulting sec retary. of the Loyal ?Ridgley Lodge of i.O.O.F.. Numurkah, '-pleaded guilty "to having embezzled £80, and was sentenced t:o si mionths' imprisonment in ,Beecl worth gaol. Richard .M1dden, charged on two counts with aisaultirig'with intent to commit a rape and a common. assault in a girl nine years of age at Numurkah; pleaded not guilty." The jury returnried a v?.erdict of. guilty on the minor count, and the prisoner was sentenced to,:twelvd .nonths'_imprisonment, the first week hi every three months.. in solitary confine -?ent.-jDavideHeaston, chared with 'a siimilar offence, pleaded not guilty. The case foke'down, it liing proved'that the ptose~iitiei, 'whlwas'agedf17, 1i a'aon' aenting party.

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Gazette Notices. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 8 May 1885

Gazette 7lfotice s. iLa iales are. to be held at Benalla 3rd June;, Seymour, 22nd May, and 5 6th June Shepparto;S n, 8th May. i Application for .licenses approved : Antonio Gervasini,.,240a, Monea South Jane Bourke,. 94a.. Tarcombe ;. Michael Kelly,160a, Upotipotpon ; Patrick Hehir, 'S40a, oGlenhope ?;:,George Free, 100a~ Gobur; George Brew, 85a., Gowangardie; Julius -EE--Bischoff, 80a, Lima.; Sarah -Aia~nWall, 310*,: Gowangardie; ;Williain iMaher; 89a, 'Balmattuii ; James Taylor, y100a"s -;! Strathbogie ; Bernard L _Eavanaghr ? 76a, Gowangardie ; Joh, Benson, 60a, Gowangardie; John Mul- lavey; 11a, Gowangardie;. Wm. H.W Thorne, 45a, ' Gowangardie ; James Wilson, Gowangardie ; William T. Tel fordf 18a,; Gowangardie; Thomas Sims, "100a, ;Gowangardie; Francis W. Whit field, 300a, Gowangardie; Charles McClel land, 178a, Gowangardie; Alexander Roach,: 85a, Gowangardie; John Ryan, 320,a; Tarcombe; Thomas Ryan, 320a, Tarcombe; Mary Ryan, 320a; Tarcombe, John Mickelsson, 320a, Monea South ...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Arrivals of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 8 May 1885

Arrivals of JMails. M.ns arrive at Violet Town Post Office as follows :- - ; From Melbourne daily 10.35 a.m., and 7.20 p.m. From Tamleugli, Tamleugh North, and Caniamlbo-Mond y,', Wednesdays, and Fridays, 4.30 p.m. From Marraweeriey, Boho, and Strath bogio North-Tuesda.ys, and Fridays, 6.30 p.m. , - From Gowangardie,-Tuesdays, and Fridays 10 a.m. From Barrington's, Caniambo-Mon day, Tuesdays, and Fridays, 4.30 p.m.

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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DAIRY PRODUCE HIDES ETC Wednesday, May 6. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 8 May 1885

DAIRY PRODUCE., HIDES ETC ..C.':?dnesday;'May. | -4j essrs. M'Kay.iand:'M'Donald repon .tlLMay).: -. Cheese: -. Prime, - from iAdto 71d..lpr lb. ..Potted butter--Best -rians-11'ld'fe'r');- m'cdiunif '8d'-'ti d'; mferiorotiEordifii-iy-5id to,'7d. Fresh cibuttor froni'l~ 2d to's 4ldlpecr lb; stale and inferior, lotsas -lowjas 4d;;per lbc Eggs, ls 9jd to 2sd per doz. Bacon-L Smoked dtd'lOd per Ib, according to equality*;t green-' A'-.to)7d. 7 Pd iltry, Turkeys, from 4s-l'd to 8s 9d per pair; .!geese;,5ss:to'6si- 66d''ddcks,'4s't6o4s-8d; ,rfwls;i2l d to 2a7d.. !.,' .::n.- -.;i Z

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 8 May 1885

IMPORTNT PUBLIC rig o . NOTICE. TRADING : COMPANY. , Y. . . L, LEN, > -7 e Has much pleasure in informing the Inhabi .e tants of Euroa Shire that he has:: ' : PURCHASED!.. p I the Business latly carried on by it THE EUROA TRADING COMPANY, and intends to continue the same. a :- ' * +: "' :.... B "' : . k Enornmous . Stdck es -OF GROCERY, ' . DRAPERY, ..DAIRY PRODUCE, BOOTS, SHOES, ; ETC. has been acquired at an EXTRAORDINARILY LOW- FIGURE, and therefor e e are able to i AT ne, 3 .J C; W,. " ; . . . . : d HITIHERTO TV . . '.tllk iRT r' The Store is literally packed with HIGH-CLASS GOODS' : iEVERIY DEPARTMENT, S and, in order to iiake roomn for 2e Opening ip 'of a Superb Stoch ' -., "* " ". '. . :.,O .,-" O . ' f " .: WINTER -DRAPERY, the it is imperative t'at DURING the NEXT 'EW WEEKS j r A WHOLESALE red. t' CLEARANCE' re . . sa Must be effcted. R8 ES - - -' )d All Goods will be marked in Plait" Figures d . ';id "will be' . ich A.-AL4 P:M EH:UE Ja0 O; Considerably Less than Mebourn...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 8 May 1885

E. T. OAKES. . PHLAMIACEUTICAL CHEMIST VorLvr TowS ,(La?e wit?TVW. Ford and Co.) r-'VV ?"iii" f 'Violet Town and surround ing districts that he .has purchased the gChemist's business lately. carried on by f1rs. Page. - S--TIe has fitted the preiiiises with an ENTIRELY NEW STOCK *of Drugs and Chemicals of the purest quality. ____ Veterinary medicines of all kinds kept in stock, Also, Homeopatlhic. Medicines, Trusses, and Toilet requisites.. , 'Teeth Extracted,' Stopped and Scaled: Sets fitted in Gold or Vulcanite. E. T. N., trusts lby strict attention to btsiness, and by keeping only the best -drugs, to secure the confidence of the dis - trict. Jt lE zOVAL OF. B SIXEIiSS EUROA FANCY REPOSITORY. - S. CARTER?begs to inform the public of Euroa and surrounding districts thiat she 'has REMOVED from TNew ]Public hIaill, Buildulng to large and commodious :premises in : KIRKLAND STREET, (near Bowman's saddlery establishment). aVhere she hopes to meet: with the same patronage hitherto accorde...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 8 May 1885

W KNTED") inuniediatly:. THREE IENtoCut Firewood(piecework). Apply to" ?lX FIELD AND SON; Loni wood. NOTICE; SHAVE this dcay appointed Ir. D McINaimara, as Caretaker of my P.'d, dock fa£ S' aen Creeks, withlfiull po\ers to Impound oni siny behalf all Cattle` found trespassing on that property. Euroa, ) D. CASEMENT. May 8sh.? . 0T . -BURROWES.is hereby ap * pointed my :Agent,. and emi-. pou ered to Collect Accounts due to Ime, up to thoS 28thl.February, 1885.. His re ceipt "ivillt tliorefore b ;ai siullicient dis-; charge. SHIRE OF: EUROA. P.LANS of the SHIRE, price 5s. can be ' obtitined on applicationrto'the' Sec-. retary or by enclosingrPostal note for that amount. By Order, S ' AND. W ITE, Shire Hall, Secretary. .Euroa.~lrch,1SS5. .. Last. . £1 : REW\VARD. L OST from FAITHFUL'S CREEK, . ONE : BLACK PONY MiARE. branded I? neatr shoulder. The above reward will be fiaid to 'ainyono bringing same to WALTER NEWTON, Faithful's Creek, Euioa. L OST a TAILBOARD, between Rail way Station a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 8 May 1885

FOR PAPER- BA GS, TEA JtAPERS, STATIONERY, &c., TRY TUE ýDYElrnTISI" Office. W. 'ALLEN iv r-ox. ]S;T- :Tro-ws General -Storekeeper, i: fIRONMONGER, , ' ls alwaya on hand :for, ale. ::.- GROCERIES:, .;ii. of all kinds STI QUALIT Building materials,' . Brickse Galva, ;ied Iron. . : Fencsn' ^ 't-o",;., ila,"t ran:.. 'Apeit for the """ NEW ZEALAND LO Af"AND : MERCA2NTILE--iL AGEN?CY 'CO :ucMelbourneq*F .uso Cash Advances made against Grain and Wool. .: "." gent for the "-: . Coimmerecil; :.Union: Fire :Asu .anee ,ciet? l . ,M.elbourne,: Agent for the : -MUTUAL ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF VICTORIA'.' Ageniit forM'Crinack Reaper iand. Twine Bi , land'0'Lae?'. Ag'ri g|uu 1hidmnt,' '." inclluding: DOBIE'S EED'SO WE,;i PETER BEY'S,DOUBLE ACTION SCIBURNS; The most;Labour Sayiog Churn-: SKinown. ' Cash Buyer??`t al1 FI mPrd FlUIT TREES AT MELBOURNE PR'ICES. '* O Ti . SoRaTEST 'NOTICE. . .. TMJa MUTUAL ASSURIINCE SO-; CIETY OF VICTORIIA (LiMITk:.) Head Oflice 79 Little Collins' street, West Me...

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A Surprise by the Arabs. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 8 May 1885

A SurpriN<e by the Arabs.. Tile followillg account of an attaclis by the correspondent of the " Daily Chron icle":--fInstead of being cowed by the previous lessons, the rebels -have become nimbldened, and tlhoy attacked us with iiiuclskill and the greatest bravery. The sit'eof the- proposed camp was reached wiithodutincident. AIsjarge sand redoubt \iSconstiicnitel,?f t tl four. Garcdnor guns lieing.", laced in.psitibi,? 'n t each cor ner.Th r was mpleted, whlien,'ust. at two 'clock without tha siightest'lpreviousi?.arniig- l ? areg body ofifebels spran .ufit'from inong the scrub a ianeighboring wady, aid iiiadetitriaight for~sir position. Attlattii moment' large numibr. of the -ien were wvorling at the redoubt, others lad tleoir attentionl taken up by the baggac. aniinals, and niot epect ing ai iittaickur f6rced'?.as not in tihe best position to ineedt it.".Tletord'er-to form square-was given instantly; the men rushied to their positions, but before the movement could be ...

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Visit of the Blind Pupils. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 8 May 1885

- Isa t of tbheyBlamd:I upts. A number of pupils from the Victorian Bliiid .Asylum visited Eirboa oil Saturday last, in charge of the Rev. Mr Moss, and .eccited a good deal of 'interest and sym pathy.:. The arrangements in, connection with the visit had been: entrusted: tothe hands of. the Rev F: L. Wilson, and that :gentleman, with characteristic energy, en tered into the spirit of his task, with the result that all details: in reference to the accommodation,of. the pupils, and the carrying out'of a 'successful coincert, were as complete as it was possible to' have them. Prior to the opening of the hall, the members of the Asylum Band per formed a selection of marches, etc., which attracted a crowd of listeners, and on the building lciing opeied, `it' w" sspeedily filled in everypart. Indeed- we don't.re member witnessing such' a 'gathering il connection with a concert since the hall has been opened. .The pupils to the nuns ber of about 30 wer'e seated on the plat form, and the Rev...

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Benalla Assize Court. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 8 May 1885

SUnalla .Assize Court. The Benalla Assize Court, presided .over by His Honor Judge Casey, sat on Monday, when four of the five cases in c-ludea in the calendar were' dispi6sed of. John Wilson, who is alleged to be in the last stage of consumption, pleaded guilty to forging a chequein the name of Thomas Killeen, of Euros, and was sentenced to three months' imprisonment. John Bontein, alias Timothy Barrett, was found .guilty of forging a cheque -drawn in the tlame of F. T. Stanford, Echluca,;and re-. ci'ed a sentence of 12 months' . imprison-. inent John Ronisch, a.young man, pre sented on a charge of the larcency of a purse containing £4 19s 6d and a gold, ring, the property of John Soiith, of Chil-' tern, was found not anilty and discharged. Accused was defende:d by Mi F. Brown.' John King,`an old man of respectable ap pearance, pleaded not guilty to indecently, issaulting Annie Marion Coxon, a 'little' girl under ten-years of age at Wangaratta. A second count of common assault twas...

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Wangaratta Hospital. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 8 May 1885

Wangaratta-Hospital   The following is the list-of subscriptions fromn the Euora Shire 'to the above institu tion for 1885 :-Euroa--D. Keane, 5si Mrs. Bonrke, 4s Gd; G.: G . Challenger, lOs; Mrs Cree, 2s Gd; H. McGimnness, 1l'is; J. Gibson, i£ is; J: Sl;hlswell, :s ; .: . Birlkett, Os 10-;W Neelands. i; `R. Waters, 10s Gd ; W. Swaly, 5Gs; P. F. 'McCluskey, 5s; J. Simpson, 5s; MI. Garrett, 5s ; C. Lewis, 5 ; F. E. Hobbs. 2s Gd; A. .T. Satchwell, £1; D. A. Case "oient, £1? E. Slee. 10s lid; Trading Company, £1 1s ; "C. Clnskey, 5s; J. falcohn, 5s.; W. Webster, O10s Gd ; T. Bond, 5s': A. Anderson. 2s Gd; J. Weir, 2s Gd ; J. C. Spencer, 5s 6(1; J. DeBoos; £1; G. Sutherland, £2 2s; G. Suther land's box. £17s 9d ; Mrs Joblind,.2s Gd ; W. H. Wilson, 5s; H. Ennis, 2s; Mrs Hartley, 4s; Rev. J: Weir, 5s; Mrs 'Walsh, sa; C. Pratt, Us? A. Hogg, 5s; "W. Heffernan, 10s Gl ; J. Burton, 10s 6d ; K. McLean, 5s ; ' . McKernan, 5s ; D. McKernan, 1 ~ s ; J. Clnskey,. 5s; P. Crosbie. 10-s; ...

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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 8th, 1885. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 8 May 1885

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING.: ("Let all the e ids thou' n t ' e thy :? :COuntr's,- -. ;,:-27y God's, adu Trutha8.' . 1F' iFRLoDAY;.MAY , t , 1SS5. s ..:i TnHElatest ncrws from Europe indicates th? aliiost certainty of peAce-being preserved between England.and Russian. Thiroughout the whole oui?rso:of events we ihave adopted and advocated this view. Russia has now consenited to sulbiimit the .case :tofiarbitratiou; ."and there is viery little doubtthat aat satisfa tory settlecment will be arrived at -Engo land har -bliit t remaini firm, and: ise membcr., prior- dealings with -Russsisa Froin.tlhefirst expedition of Peter.thl Great across the Casp in, to the latestý phase "of tli: enterprise? of -Generial Komaroff :in Afghanistan, the" sanie policy ~ f aggression :in Central Asia' has been miintained 'iy:Russia in the face or thle civilised.world:. At times lier progress has,been retarded by ~com plications :;.of'? foreign: or :,domestic piolitics, which have absorbed lier atten tio...

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Olla Podrida. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 8 May 1885

Olla Podrida.         One of the memnbers of the fourth (B( company of Australian infantry, Rebert Weir,,lhas just died; on board; the Hospit il'shiip Ganges' fromn dysentery. =`ýHd ir.shssubs&-uenitly buried 'at Suakin - with military honours, and was followed to thld grave by a h"rge body "of his Aus tralian,coiiades :ind: of the Imperial troops. : . . It is very gratifying to see that the Ger man ". and English. Comnmissioners have agreed 'upon a comnmon programme con 'cernin the isla~ds of the Pacific. ' SSimuel L'eBniihitt sliothimself tliroigh the head on Saturday at Fitiroy'. Of un soud mind;!AliYnian named Reidy followed next by hanging.himself in Sydney. i, , The Moyliu, tiger has, been soeeon near, Chiltern.' Riflemen and .police after. it. The 11.45 a.m. goods train from 'Mil bourne to Seynidur onTeiiradey lasthveit 'through the No} 2 gatus neairEsse'ndoni "Go itye cripples;:. : Foir H"oonuman" monkeys! have ,bee...

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RAILWAY TIME TABLE. TRAINS leave Euroa DAILY as follows:— [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 15 May 1885

RAILWAY "TIME TABLE._ TnAxms leav Eurpain uizy ;s follows FortMelbourne at 10.17 a.m ; and- G:17 ! For Seymour andShopparton lines at 3.17 p.m. IFor Benalla; Wangaratta, andWodonog at O.16 .aim;, and_ 6.55 p.m ; J ix or 'Benialla at1016 p. n

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Arrivals of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 15 May 1885

MA~Ls arrivo atViolet ITown Post: Office asfullows:-r- i .;.,[ : 1- , .?I _i."B ! FFromMelbourne daily;10.35u.i: ~ 'dniand 720ip.m. :,r . ; nxli: .r is> From nTanleugh, Tamleugh:North, ind; Caniambo- ondiys,:; Wednesdays, C"and, Fridays' ,.4.30.p.m.it t i . ,; -, ir 0 FiromnMarraweeneyB3oho, and Stiatli bog'e ;i North Tuesdays;i' anid Fridays, 6 .30 p.m. . i, Fromii ;iGowanigardie, -Tuie.days and F r id a y s 1 0 s. nf .; ) rn ;i .;U I 7 t .: I From Barrington's, :Oaniisamibo on day a Tosdays, and.Frir4ys, 4:30 p.in.

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