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DAIRY PRODUCE HIDES ETC Wednesday, May 13. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 15 May 1885

DAIRY PRODUCE. HIDES ETC ' - Wednesday, May 13. Messrs. M'Kay and- MDonald report (13th May) :- Cheese: - Prime, from 6Wd to ?7d per lb; medium, 5d to 6d d; inferior lower. -Potted butter-Prime up to is per lb ; medium to good, 9d to 10d ; inferior lower. Fresh butter-General average, is 6d to is 4d, according to quality and condition; collectors and lots out of condition lower. Eggs-Highest, 2s.5d per dozen; lowest, 2s. Bacon-i Smzoked-9kd to 10d per lb, according to quality; green, 5d to 71d. Poultry Turkeys, from 6s to 10s per pair; geese, 5s to Gs 6d; ducks, 6e 6d to s'; fowls, 2s 7d to3s per pair.

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Arrival of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 15 May 1885

MiXs arri've' ~ ttie Ei:rod'Post'Ofice as follows: -" . " . - M h' , Froi- ~ oni, Mro, r roo', 'raiM' dauiplc an:d'BIansfield it'5.20 p.m.,' Si FrondiJtnhieson, -Tesdays, Thuridays, and, Saturrdays, at 5.20,p.m,. ....; ,i, . ,. Fdays,' aIdFrriapysoat , .ein.': ' From Sliean's Creek,. Strathbogio, and Strathbogie West, on .Wednesdays and Saturd ays, at 5.30;p.lm.:.J ... . From Balmrattumi, Monidays, ,Wo ednes days, at 5 p.m. . From, Mopgloncniby,--Thursdays,. at 5 p.m . S.elbourne up and.down train; daily, at '10.17 a.m ., :?, ; i:., , ?, ;i ,-: ,;? SIMelbourne.up .train, da:ily at 7 p.m:, . .-Down train daily,:at.6.15 p. m.i:

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EUROA POST OFFICE. Departure of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 15 May 1885

EUROA POST OFFICE. \Lut.s close at the furo:i Post Office as For Gooram, M3erton", IDoon, Mlain damplek, and LMansfield at 9.40 a.m. daily, Suntdays e?epted. -.r ,: ,: .: For Janieson, .Tuesdays, Thursdays, nud Saturdays, at 10.40 a5.m. For Msiepoll,Z?Iiopoll South (loose bag), and Karrathobmus, o~utli Mondays, Wed ncesdays and Fridays, at 11 a.m. . : Fosr Sidan's Creek (1o'. bi), ..Strtlh bogit?; :rl; dS atliliogie '~rest (loose bag),. on WeTlidsildys and Sa?turd:ijs, at 11 a.n. i ! '"For B? :thb?attuti,'" MIoinldys, \Wednes-, dcis:'d FnidFida F ,.llt 11 a.:. . For 3Ioglonemby ;_ Thursdas ;s t 7.30 For: 'elbourne up and down tvianis, d·ilor at lbourild "ip: iidl'dm trai,'sp,

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Gazette Notices. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 15 May 1885

Gazette Ilotices. The names of the trustees of the Euroa Race course are gazetted. Application for licenses approved: John Garthan, Gobur, 113a 3r 25p; Alfred Goulter, Gowangardie, 319a 3r 38p; Wil liam Smith, Balmattum, 132a 2r 37p ; A. McKernan and J. Barton, executors of the will of John Gilmer, deceased, Mar raweeney, 75a Or 18p ; Joseph Hougton, Branjee, 215a Or 27p.

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 15 May 1885

Commercial. The undermentioned Quotations for Live Stock. Dairy Produce, etc., are the very latest obtainable, and Every Figure is' Guaranteed ABSOLUTELY CORRECT to the Aectioneers' Quotations. Farmers and Grasiers may therefore place implicit con Idence in our Market Reports. We have also made arrangements for ex tended reports of the Monthly Stock Sales of the district, which will. appear. among the Commercial Intelligence.

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE MARKETS. Wednesday, May 13. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 15 May 1885

..MELBOURNE MARKETS. ,:: Wednesday, May 13. Tat Cattle-About 1750 head were yarded, a large number of which were of good and prime quality, including some heavy weights. There was a full attendance of buyers, and the demand' was brisk, prices ruling fully equal to those realised last Wednesday. Prime pens of bullocks sold at from £12 to £1412s Gd, according to weight; good £10 to L11 0ls; second, L8 to L9 ; inferior from L6. Primecows, LStoL9; odd beasts Lll 5e; good to L7 10s; middling and inferior from IA. Fat Calves-146 penned, which met with a brisk demand, and sales were readily effected at prices fully equal to last quota. tions, best selling at from 60s to 85s; good from 40s to 50; middlipg and inferior from 15s to 30s. Fat Sheep-The market was moderately filled, 12,900being entered. Prime werenot so numerous as last week, but the demand was brisk; crossbe ds met a much more ready sale, and on the whole ruled slightly higher. Prime crossbred wetbers sold at from 14s 6d to 17s...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LOCAL MARKETS "Advertiser" Office, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 15 May 1885

LOCAL MARKETS • Advertiser" Office, Thursday. Business during the week has been dull, and transactionsareconfined solely to imme diate requirements. no large lines being 'touched. Wheat still shows a downward movement. but flour is firm. The increase -in prices for prime better which we have "recorded for the last few weeks seems to have reached its limit, our quotations being Isand is Id for prime samples. Eggs have still an advance, and are worth up to Is 7d; other .items unchanged. Yesterdar being sale day, a large number of country residents visited Enroa, causing business to be brisker than it has beer for some time, and some large lines were quitted by storekeepers. The stock sales were of a very satisfactory nature, buyers beinglargely represented and biading closely. Fat cattle and stores move off freely, as do well-bred hacks, at' good rices. Sbeprtbher hban re. no doubt in which promise to assume gigantic propor tions. Holders of stock should advise the auctioneers early,s...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Sporting Notes. FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 15 May 1885

FOOTBALL. . The Carlton boys are in good form this season. They' polished off Prahran by 3 goals to l on Saturday. Melbourne v. Fitzroy excited much in terest, on Saturday, and was a splendid game, Melbourne being forced to play second fiddle to the tune of 1 goal 17 be hinds to 10 behinds. Carlton is in good form, but South Mel bourne is better, the struggle between these two resulting-South Melbourne, 4 goals 12 behinds; Carlton, 2goals 7 be hindes. i Essendon walked all round the Williams town team on Sa-urday ; and scored 9 goals 20 behinds to the lattsr's 8 behinds. Already 500proud mammas have entered their babes for competition in the coming Paris baby show."

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Arcadia. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 15 May 1885

Arcadiat. [roux ovUr OWN CORRESPONDENST. Since the last rain, some few weeks ago, farmeres in this locality have niade good progress with their ploughing, andlsowing is also well advanced; but another dowh pour is needed to start and keep the grain growing. Mr J. Humphries, of Karramomus, last week sustained a serious loss, through the burning'of the greater portion of his house and effects of some considerable value. The cause of the fire is unknown, butit is supposed that the kitchen chimney, the upper portion of which was composed of. bark, hadlbecome ignited, and from thence the flames spread to the main portion of the building. MIr Humphries, being .an old and respected resident of the district, the neighbours decided on raising a sub scription towards the re-building of a house, although not in compliance with Mr Humphries' wishes,as he is fortunately not in straitened circumstances. How ever, they insisted on it, and alhandsonme. by the liberality of their donations their est...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Benalla County Court. SATURDAY, 9TH MAY. (Before His Honor Judge Casey.) [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 15 May 1885

J*ienalla County Court. SATURDAY,- 9TH MAY. (Before His Honor Judge Casey.) There was a large nunber of small debt cases for settlement, and three cases of trespass, viz., John Cusack 'v. Mary Faris, Wm. Henry Ratcliffe v.Samuel Nicholson, and Thos Goudie v. C. F. Armitage. The latter cases occupied the greater part of the day. In the former, the damages were laid at £90, and Mr O'Leary, instructed by Mr F. T. Brown, appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr Lewis, instructed by Mr D. Harold, for defendant, who paid £5 into court as a suflicienit liquida tion. The following special jury was empanelled--James Tomking..(foreman), David Webster, Charles McDonald, and Thomas Bamford. John Cusack, a farmer and grazier residing at Shean's Creek, gave evidence of. the. repeated trespass of defendant's sheep on his land, and called witnesses in corroboration. For the'defence it was urged that the trespass did not assume the proportioni's'tated by the plaintiff, anid several residents' gave evidenc...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
European News. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 15 May 1885

Europcan Tews.. The. Imnperial Govern?erit do 'not ap pear to have the control of the Russian question .as yet entirely in their own hands. Sir Stafford Northeote, the leader of-the Opposition in the House of Coin mlons, has given notice of a motion of cen sure for theirconduct of the negotiatiuns. which may give a new turn to events, should the issue of the debate he against them.. A rumour is in circulation that General Sir Peter Lumnsden, chief of the Afghan Delimitation Cummission, has been recalled at the dictation of the Rus sian Cabinet, but we can only assume this to be a party invention. - Lord Carington, the newly appointed Governor of New South Wales, w?is entertained at a banquet on Saturday :by Sir. Saul Samuel, the Agent General for that colony. Lord Derby, Secretary of State for the Cole nies, who attended the entertainment, spoke on the Imperial federation question. and.said he was sceptical as to the wisdom of seriously taking up the problem. He thought that the pro...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
VIOLET TOWN POST OFFICE. Departure of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 15 May 1885

VIOLETlE:i?ON PiVOsT i . e.i'q s ua l-.e of jsii.. : DAniis closo at Violet lToiin Post Oflic as folloas For M-elbourne daily ý 9J 30. ? - .i. and .:30 pA. t" ... For Ta.Lleuh,. Tamnleugnh iorth',(loos b'g), and. Cariiainboe-M-ondays, W'lednes days, ?i?d Fridays .Mails ni?o u pro vious, night 8 p.m .: '-For Mariirweeney'(loose bag), Boho (loose bag), 'arid Strathbogio INort? : (loosd ' ha-) Tuesd'ays" anc'?Friday, 10.40 p.m. S_or Barringtoin s,Caniambo (loose bag) -Mondays, Wednesdays, ,andFridays. M'ils fiiadeo p previous.niglit 8 pm.i i .

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 15 May 1885

O. BURROWES is hereby ap * pointed my Agent, and em powered 'to, Collect Accounts due to me, up to the 28th February, 1885. His re ceiptwvill -therefore be a sufficient dis-. charge. " F.-S. NEALE. - IMPORTANT . PUBLIC NOTICE. EUROA TRADING COMPANY. W. ALLEN Has much pleasure in informing the Inhabi tantseof ELuro Shire that he has PURCHASED . the Business lately carried on by s THE EUROA TRADING. COMPANY, and intends to continue the same; d - Enormous Stock : .OF e GROCERY, DRAPERY, - DAIRY PRODUCE, le BOOTS, SHOES, ' ETC. y has been acquired at an EXTRAORDINARILY LOW FIGURE, . and therefore we are able to II and o ?k roo f IN TEE DISTRICT. The Store is literally packed with HIGH-CLASS GOODS .. EVERY DEPARTMENT, and, in order to make room for Ike Opeaiug U's of a; Stcperb Stock mA WHOLESALE M CLEARANCE AT Co;nsiderably Less than MUSTheeadvntag bea ~ nonlt bedoeredto 10 Accounts. , , Go n E arly Callre in PlteairFigure Sand wil e GlRANTEE,:,,, CoESTdrably Less than: . ... theddrjse,...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 15 May 1885

Death. MEADOWS.-On the 30th March, at his residence, Marraweeney, Henry Meadows, aged 39 years. Deeply re— gretted.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 15 May 1885

SpntP?PLk iAOCEUTIC.AL CHEMIST (Late totEli TV FT nd u Co:). ISIES'to "intimnt 'tot the: inhabit • ants of Viold'TToin and surround ing districts thiat he hlas purchased, the Chemist's business lately carried oin'!by Itilias'fitted the premises wititi 't 'l ENTIREITY INTEW .STOCOI : of Drugs and Chemicisls .of', the" urest ,quality. Veterinary medicmnes of ill.kinds.ldpt in stock,.-Also, Horicopatlhif'Meidces, Trusses;' and Toilet'requisites: . Tecth Extraded,' Stoppel niid Scaled. Sets fitted in-Gold or.Vulcanite. `E' T.EN trhstslbv strict .ttentoni to business, and by koeping" only:the be'i t' drugs, to scurethe' confidence of the dis STONEMASON'i - CRICI L'`YEH;] AND STONEOUTTER; Violet Tows??ca . ! r EG S to ieformhnis numerous ptrons of Violet Town, B'' ddagiinnie, Shenln? :gully. ald Csriio?dding ilistiricts that he is prepared to.carry out, . ALL, WORK_ ",, , Sentrusted tohis care, witlipromptness and despadtch:l . .:.j F?-OR:i Salo ait :tlhe i4dvertiscr b oflice S and at C. ...

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An English Elopement. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 15 May 1885

An -English Elopement. .An extraordinary scene was witnessed lately at the Saraceen's'Head Hotel, Shir ley. It seems that a fashioniadly dressed young man,-.well known in commercial circles in Birminghami recenitly eloped with the wife of a Birminghami tradesman. The iman is described .as tall, and very handsome,; and is said to hasve quite infat uated ithe' tradesman's wife: The pair, after visiting Torquay- and other places. returined to Ilirminghham, and journeyed to the village of Shirley, thinking, no 'doubt, that in that sequestered spot the wife could remaiii safe from the search of lher hlusband.while her lover made pre parations.for a- further rmova l:"They took rooms at the Sanracen's Head as man and wife, and iutil Monday morning they remained undisturbed. The out raged husband had been able to trace the runimaways, however, and on Monday morn ing lie put in an appearance at the linhotel, j accompanied by four stalwart friends, pre pared to execute sumn;mary venigene on t...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 15 May 1885

ro01 PAPER lBAGS, 1 ?E. 1APERS11 STATIONERY, c. . IT :iTRY THE :.:. ADYERTIBU" OficAe. ): l t 011 "Generail"Storekeeper, IIRONMOEIIR ia.? lalways on and forale' I!m:is .::.;-. GIROCERIES-'." ': : ;{I .arLf allkinds;~ -..r-' :, ca,1.sT.QU:. IT : Building mnaterialsp, .., : ?=) y. r. . -*:,Brick., 'w ii, t, D, .._.::i.:,;:· 'eri;ý: ,.C GFK iiels'dIron}., --' :,', j- .o.:R;alvif tsebl.o c on: a, .rent inr the'sai d..'' I'LW ZEAL AND :LOAN AND.. S Melbou ne- - *-: Cash idv?hces oide a agaust'"' , , tn, or th.o,', ,'..' . , Ionmanacrcianl; anion Wire OP?VICTORI .. ...:.:.: . Agent' fir MM Cormack n:.. ' S.Reaper iand ':Tivine' : S:i ::d,: ,Binder n:d' ither' ": A,.ricultural Implements, : "' DOBIES EED SOWER,: P-E TER BEY'S.DOUBLE ACTION ,,:t".;l CHMRNS,; ."; -The most:Lab'our Saving Churn" Caish uneri 'allFartm Prd d .. FP.LUIT.TREES 'AT,.MELBO URNE PRICES.'..i- .:;i ;. .[ Ox' *THi SHORTEST' NOTICE. IMUTUAI't ASSURA NCE "SO5?,' CIETI OF VICTORIA (LIMITIkrD) H" IeHa Office 79 ;Little Col...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 15 May 1885

Public Notices. SHIRE OF EUROA. AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. NOTICE is hereby given that a Publie MEETING will be held at the Shire Hall on TUESDAY, May 26th, at 4 p.m., to take steps for fonning an AGRICUL TURAL SOCIETY.' JOHN GIBSON, -Shire Hall, - President. Euiron;a, May l4th, 1885:. NOTICE, A MEETING Hof the Traistees of the? Euroa Rice Course, will be held -at the Euros Hotel, on WEDNESDAY evening next, at 7.30. - ..- W. M. WEBSTER, Hon. Sec. Entertainments. PUBLIC HALL, EUROA.( QUEEN'S BIRTHDAY (MAY 25Tn, 1885). 1 AN ENTERTA INMENT consisting of -.VOCAL AND. INSTRUMENTAL SELECTIONS, DY Professional and Amateur Ladies and Gentlemen, and by the Euroa Town BDnd. (Under the direction of thoe Bandmaster, Mr. C. A. Siebert.) wm take place on MONUDAY EVENING, 25Tu. MAY : In the aboveIIall, under the managenmnt of the abovo Band for whose benefit it is being held. It will be followed by a. D : A . N C to continue until daylight , The music for which will be supplied by MIr. and Mrs. Siebert...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Strathbogie. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 15 May 1885

Strathbouie. Ploughing has commenced in this dis trict in real earnest, from early morn till . busy eve, the plough handles are grasped in such a manner as to indicate that a large area of land is to be under cultiva tivation, as the previous year's yield was i so productive. Some of the residents of Strathbogie West are a little mortified that their hold ings were not included in the report of Strathbogie which appeared inthe " Euroa Advertiser." It is to be regretted that the selectors' farms, with their undulating grounds sur rouinded by innumerable creeks, and dotted here and there with every variety of ferns, and the several species of marsu pial basking in the romantic scenery, shoud not be commented upon or adorn the artist's canvass. But everything ihas its monotony as well as its scenery, and, just now Strathbogie wears a very dull aspect. Now and then a solitary teamster is seen wending his way down to Euroa, and looking very glum, as if he. would like to check his team fo...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Moglonemby Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 15 May 1885

Ioglonemby Jottings. BY "INCOG." Oh ! oh I o-o-h I An idea has just struck me. - It is this. 1 should just like to have the pleasure of tying a till on the tail of each dog that is in the habit of rushing out at every traveller who passes along a public road, greatly to the terror of nervous individuals, particularly when driving or riding young restive horses. Perhaps it would be more elliective if the tiljwere tied on the owner's , but here another idea thumps at my toli-piece, viz., that, as man is so far descended from his Darwinian antecedents, monkeys, he has lost the necessary appendage, ando therefore some other, place should b brain than mine could suggest one. Dogs that have contracted tile habit above mentioned should be baited, or their owners should keep them, tied up. Severe colds have been very prevalent amongst the juvenile population of this locality during the past fortnight. The cough accompanying the cold has been unusuallysevere, in some cases closely verging on...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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