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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 22 May 1885

SE. T. JNUO RES1 .PHARlLMACE UTICXL C.HEMI1ST-- S.: (Late wiih W.i Ford and Co:)' W ISHES to intite to the milabit ants of Violet Town and surround "' inl dist?icts tllhat lie has purchased the Chemist's business lately carried onl iby MIrs. Page. He has fitted tlhe preomises with an ENTIRELY NEW .STOCRK 'of Drugs and Chenncdls of, thie purest Trusses, and Toilet requisites. , Tcetlh Etracticd, Stopped 'and Scaled. Sets fitted in Cold'or nulcanite. ! E. T. N.,- trusts bv strict attention to business, and by. Lceeiig,.only the ibest ilrugs, to secure the confidence of the dis trict: :: L i' i :. PlAIIU L E 113R1A, N .STONEIMSX1SON, BRICKLA.EII, AND STONECUTTER, ! :. Violet Town. BEG S toinform iis ;iuimelrous patrons of Violet, T;own, Biddaginnie, .Shean's gully iand surroundin, distiicts that he is prepared to cirry out ALL WORK., - entrusted tolis. care withlitpromptness and despiatch Photorraphs.u .. F0OR Sale at the . Advertiser office,; and at C. L. DeBoost store. - CaINS'ETS. S...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Inquest A VERDICT OF WILFUL MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 22 May 1885

A VERDICT OF WILFUL MURDER. The adjourned inquest on the body of a male infant, the olfspring of Johanna - Osborine, of Miglonemby, wan held-yester day, at 12 o'clock; at the new Publi:'Hall, the district coronor, Mr McCormick, P.M., presiding, Ddtective 'Duna: conducted the case on behalf of the Crown. SMr Turnec appe.ier to jwatoh.thl case aonbehalf of Miss Osborne. The mother of the child was in attend ance, and was accommodated with a chair. The whole of the jurym~an answered to their names, and the following evidence was thei''taken:--, The Coroner read over the evidence of 'Dr M'Call,- as give : at'tlio revious in quiry. .Under cross-examination; by Dofectivo Dunca,; DiM'Call stated': After open ing the box mentioned in my former evi dence, I laid the body' of the infant on the. .ground. Foundl, a strip of dress aiateirlalround the` neck; It'was about 5ft. long and Gin. wide, and tightly twis ted round, three or four times. It was tied in a knot under ,the left ear. I un tied ...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 22 May 1885

FOR PAPER BAGS; TEA-KPAPERS, .ilSTATIONERY;, &c. "l. To i:TIS?1~ ?o , '"ADVERTISI'' Office. T. U ri · <-h n • ' E N ' - -: f h.I.as always on hand -for:sale - ,, 'rh:" : q i~tR OEi:':R IES" G R 1 '- S 'i : .: '5 ." .. .: i ·ic I :!.::E:. T 3Tr [: " "i"rý i'| "':; -+ of all-kinds, ' " , . , . . s.. Agent for the -,T - : L-: 1"urr& 'A. i J.41--i c6 C.ash Ad ances made against •... . .., Gral n an Wool.,·,,: ommr1 :Haclsarlon h rdfolFre s. ., ra. scc isc ty.q elbourne,., Agemt for the - S" ^ ...... . ..' e n e':',, " . . OF VICTORIA.de. agait ,Agent foortmak .:.. -'Mn Aget'for'e t Reaper.,.aud ;Twine , Binder, and other, ii., ,Agricultural liplements, " I : including · DOBIE'S' SEED SOWER, i ::PETER BEY'S DOUBLE .ACTION 1, [ u:ChURNS,'" ,:,,The: mostLabour Saving:Churn .', : . ", -Kiown. 1. .. ' Caslih.Buyer of all Farm"Pr?",i - FRiLUIT; TREES AT MELBOUINE PRICES. . - . SOY . HE:-. SHORTEST NOTICE. MUTITJiL ASSubR iNCE SO0 C?IETY OF VICTORIA (LIrifsTiD) SHica...

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 — 22 May 1885

SLOCAL MiARRETSE S"Advertiser' Ofice, Thursday. lMuch interest centres to-day in the 7 ,special sheep sale, of Messrs Slee and " Ogilby, w.hen hetween 20,000 and e' 30,000 shieep of all descriptions will be brought under the :hamiimer. Some idea .of its ni?gnitdde cain' e gaintde from the .-extensive preparations "whieh have been: "made to provide acoummodation for the .'stoi'k. Messrs Slee and Ogilby's pluck and. eniterprise is certainly, deserving ,of every ci ,eneiufraei?ent.' .. ' . 31fskra Teagueand" O's Benalla special sheep sale is advertised for Wednesday next, 27'th in??T and, from thelots entered promises tobe innow'ay inferior to pro viods special sales orgaiised by this popu-" lar firm. .''loclalmi reports a cantaty: bf: good seed . ioats'.bi hand. As the siippilyIhi this'line for, some time has not met requirements, there ought to be no difliculty in quickly placing the consignment. - Business 'locally is still dull; and we note trom our 'exchanges thlit' thie metropoli...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RAILWAY TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 29 May 1885

R'l.WAY TIME, TABLE. TTahi a leave.Euoa DAILY, M follow: PForMelbourn aJO.i7 a.m., a.id 6.7l 3.17 p.m. . ... For DenaTi, Wi~t -a.ta. and Wodonea, ait 0.16 a:iii.;: ad ? .55 p. m. , For Benalla at .10.16 p.nm.

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Arrival of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 29 May 1885

Auu! arrivwl ef KIaUR. Marri arrive at the Etu-o Fdst Office as follows :-- * -I ,- . ', *r - : r " ( From GooMrai, Merton, 'Doon, Main dample and Mansfield, at 5.20 p.m., Sun days excepted. . , From Jamieson, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 5.20 p.m. From- Miepoll, -Miepoll South, Kar ramomus South, on Mondays, Wednes days, andFridays; at9 a.m. From Shean's Creek,' Strathbogie, and Strathbogie West, on Wednesdays and Saturdays,' at 530 p.m. From Balmattum, Monday, Wednes days, at 5 p.m. SFrom Moglonemby, Thursdays, at 5 p.m. . . Melbourne up and down train, daily, at 10.17 a.m. Melbourne up train, daily at 7 p.m. Down train daily, at 6.15 p.m.

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DAIRY PRODUCE, HIDES ETC Wednesday, May 27 [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 29 May 1885

DAIRY PRODUCE. HIDES ETC Messrs aM'Kay and M'Donld?4esport: We held. our usuaL.sale to-day, andgive below detsiled re.port:o Cheese,plrime, firm, at Gl1dth11 perlli ; `' mý'dinm, 5 to 6d; inferior,.lowe. .Potted Butter: ,The. supply to-hand is stillllare, 'andtin most instances the heavy;, ises are;far ii exces of market value. For really, good prime potted e -sold up..to' is 0{a' per Ib; condition lots, frqm Gd toSd-per lb. Fresh Butter: a?-? erpu'ply ?ime forward to day direct from ! the, daiiies;,, aveage for good, Is 3d to ls Bd-; lots outof condition lower. Eggs: Guaranteed 2s 2d,;limer-? served lots. Is to Is3d perdozen. Bacon: Smoked, 84d to 9?d, according to quality. Poultry: Large supply forward; turkeys, up to 9s 9d per pair ; fowl,. to 2s 5d do; ducks, 3s'6d-toi4s0d d .;geese, 4s 6d to 6s Gd. :

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 — 29 May 1885

EUROA POST OFFICE. Deipartiure oit' r 'Io mril.'' • MAnIs close at the Euroa pt Oic?O follows-- : - For Gooram, Merton, IDoon, Main da.mple, iand Mansfield at 9.40 a.m. daily, Sundays excepted. For Janieson,. Tuesdays, Thursdays, auid Saturdays, at 10.40 a.m. : 'For Miepoll, Miepoll South (loose bag), and Karrniiimus, South Mondays, Wed nesdays'aid Fridays, at 11 a.m. SFor Shean's Creek (loose bag), Strath bogie, and Strathbogie West (loose bag). on Wednesdays and Saturdays, at 11 a.m. For Bilmiattuim, Mondays, Wednes das, (and Fridays at l?am;:. - - - - For Moglonemnby; Thiuradays,, a,7.30 p.m. i •sFor Melbourne pp g a ddown/train daily at .40' a.m. For Melbiuirne up atid ddwntraiin wir daily at 5.30p.mn.'e wr ir' - on

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AN ECHO FROM THE PRISON WALLS. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 29 May 1885

.AN EC ,o nROM s ErS PRISON Wj?i.i Where 7 where ?:where I '" Hf . Torture's hard to bear;--: :i . Zase me, free.me; tell me where I lie il - Why this bolted door, I f.. ." This cold unpitying.loor.i., :Valls which bid all sense of comfort flt? - Dreami ldream ! dream l : ... : Visions ghastly seem :: .. Weighing strangely on'my heart and brain. Day is nearinghowr:.'l: ;: : Sleep has left my brow;- ,.. bhy, my soul, these pictures black retain Let me banisliall 1 Dream.of evil, fall:!?,, Lore can conquer 'en thro' bolts and bars ! Think upon me now, Lo'.er, deaforthou .. ,. - - Healing bring'at for all the woirld's deep scars: Stay ! stay! ay Fade not swift away' - Vision ladewith supernal joy. " Truth is on thy face,- Falsehod finds no place, - First and only love, my darling boy Why I why17wliy ' Reason seemas to fly, eTells me I'm a pris'tier captive here. . Senses all combined, . Darkening my mind, Fill my soul with wretchedness and fear, "Shame ! shame ! hliame+. .I :' RIesting...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Euroa Police Court. FRIDAY, MAY 22ND, 1885. (Before Messrs Birkett and McKenna, J's P.) MURDER. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 29 May 1885

:1 Esaroea rPolce, Court:, FPJ?AaY M-Y 22.?v 1885. (BeforeT Messrs Birkett and McKenna, au D M1::; "-'J's P.) - -UHDUED.- - Johanni OsbornedippTeared on w_.rantr i wsuith the'wiirilfulimider ofbiein tsmot n th4th instatif.t- Cistib!e Crc applied, for a remind, in order io allow the police to obtaih-4urther evidence. Remanded to Thursday, 28th'inst. S ýDIsoiRaRLY... - A pair of pugilists pleaded guilty to-a charge of insulting behaviour, on the night of the 14th inst, and were fined 5s with.5s costs .. TaUvrxo CAS~Es; Mr McNee, truantinspector, summoned a number of parents, 'for not sending their children to school the required num ber of'days during the quarter. Finies of is, with 2s Gd costs, were uniformly im posed. for first offences, and in cases where previous summonses had been issued the tine was increased to 2s' 6d. DEBT. F. S. Neale v. James 'rown : £1 9s, work and labor done. MLr Lamrock" ap pear?d for the plaintift .Defendanut,,whto dida not appear, had paid 10s since ser...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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A Soliloquy. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 29 May 1885

A sosiiequy. To a Moglonemby selector,- .whose actions, in ,al recent ,case, indicate: his ability to appreciate them, these lines are respectfully dediCated:by'the autheor:-. Another victim in my net ! Ha-ha ! ha-li ! I still mn young, -Ind Cupid will be faithful yet, Till other arrows he hia flung. These dark and liquid eyes'of mine, This curling hair, this pleasant smile. Around their soft hearts intertwine' With iany. an oft-relpeatedrwile."'' .I find them courted, careless, free; And living lives of pure delight..: .. D iun-Ia ! they quickly list to, me, As to them all my troth s" p ?ht . My troth 1 jliglht, and laugh to acorn ' To find the sex with easu so swayed ; While happiness, till then'unborn, Pervades the soul of eaci gul'd umaid. I sport awhile. ad'then I leave in search of other captives fair= What nmattr if young hearts I grieve : The law allows it-~Why then care I t' If to the lowest gradehe fall; My peace of niuid why should thuat ei`! Her sisters crush her to the ...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Commercial [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 29 May 1885

Coaprp eia.l . I M Eg" The undcrmentioned quotiflons for Live Stock. Daif?Prodne.; et bl, 'hYeryF latest obtaabie, "a E f ery Fignrew in Guaranteed ABSOLUTELY CORItECT to the Aucti.inecrs'TQcotgtiods.ij'iarnides u4y: Gir.'.ers mab t?eref p iplicit on fidenco in our Market Reports. We have also made arrangencnts for ex tended renport.at-theLo~ntlhl.StOck.lcar of the district, which will appear among the Commermil tntoll cg . 1 . .--i ZIP,

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE MARKETS. Wednesday, May 27. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 29 May 1885

MELBOURNE MARKETS.. ..-Wesdaysday. May 27. Fat Cattle.--ifl,72 were 'penne5, a fair proportion ofvwliith were ' fg oog5l-t prime quality. Ti?-if5.,e asa good ..iitt'5iid jce of buyers, bit':thesupW, y beingdfo.ld re= q uirements pricesruled easierthroughout, the reduitiobn'nsithed vliole buisig~ M ibut 10s. per?"hLead?"Prinipetis odf"·bifllos sold at foim'£12 io'£14= 1s.- ac&oEidint weight ; food.dd6. f £r' 10 ~ t, second dob ,' f i£7n ]Osie n ferior from £5 ; prim?' ipensf bo~ from 7 10Os to,£93- -odd. do.,7fron £6 to. £7; middlingiingn iiferior from £4. Fat Calves.-203 weioerya , ld? large proportion of which wereds'ited to trade requirements. "''ihe rois3 & o d"R 'ii??d' and about Iate rates were re.lised. Best sold at fromir60 to.80?.; ?odifrnjm'4(0is 50s ; second to inferior,-from 15a to 35s. , i (IQ 1I< u` .J Fat Sheep.--This market was supplied with 13,150, consistiinl chiifiy of cross brieds, a fair proArtil of whia.were good and prisme gns~ualiPjn...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Gazette Notices. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 29 May 1885

'Gazette Wotites.:t, s 'Applications for Licenses Approved:-" Emma Macklin, 320a, 'Gobur; 'Alexigidei, Douglas, 240a, Wondoniarook''. Rodollh' Tribolet, 188a, Goomalibee; Mary Short' 320a, Wondomarook;, Annie Short, 320?:. Wondomarook; Wmn. H Jacks, ;,320a, Strathbogie; :Lawrence Carey,. 100la, Goninalibee ; Ellen Toohey, 14a,. War roenbayne; Denis Lane, 160a, Warren bayne; William Dalton, 100x, Warren bayne ; Hugh McInnis, 100a, Gowangar die ; Daniel McLennan, 191a, Bahlmnattum; Hugh Mclnnis, 100a, Gowangardie ; Chas. Pratt, jun,, 66a, Wondomarook; Charles RoPich, 64a, OGowangardie; ;Johin Mills, 159a, Wondomarook ; William ::Stcey, 320a, Gooiinalihee; Elizabeth -Rule,-320a, Longwood JTohn.Wakeford, 173a, Long wood ; James G. Hobart, 320a, Ruffy; Anne Gilbert, 320a Ru?tfl; John Gilbert, 320a, Ruffy ;, Margaret: Fosdicli, 318a, Moiiea South;, Henry Sock,1O60a,4enel; Win. Scott, 122a, Tarcombo..;·:. Lie'mies t hicilted oi' Dcclared Void :-= Jas. Parkinson, Samnaria, 200a, non-pay mi?...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Miepoll and Branjee Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 29 May 1885

l?lepoll ansu ,:I rl ajee::Nlotes. .The weatheir eontreinus verydry, aiun' easoinablo Finmers aree anxiouslj loolk°.± ing for rain and,.ifa;'good fall does ,not occur shortly, their, prospects will' li e` "treitely 'poor. Plbouliin~ of old land is .well :advanced, in. this district ,.I.often think: of the unfortunate famiierrs. During tie last' four years, one thriving and well ieplenished homestead. after canothoer,-rose to view; the stiibl?rirn bush -slio$e'l iis scarred face'aiid scotched bosom, where the hard -handed'workman came with steel -and fire to.root out the leafy remembrance of-linbei fromathii, earth, and have,inflicted, -wounds unhealable iuponh-lisbuough' stefs', and beauteous folia'-: rI often thinkof how blrave and dauntless were tho Ipioneor workmen who first swung axes and-fi~ed pliughthlifhres fof tho'-campaign against the armies of the bushland; where they stood in their strength and multitudinous array of far-exiteidiig but''ptssive resista:mnc .id tacit dofia...

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 — 29 May 1885

VIOLET TOWN POST S OFFICE. . ........ .' " Departure oIMlbralll . ?tns close at -Violet Town Post - Office as follows: For Melbourne daily at 9.30 a.m., and 5.30' p.m. ' .. For Tamleugh, Tamleugh North, (loose bag), and Caniambo-Mondays, Wednes days, and Fridays. Mails made up prd vious night 8 p.m. .. For Marrrweeey (loose bag),' Boho (looe bag), and Strathbogie North (loose bag)-Tuesdaya, and Fridays, 10.40 p.m. For Barrington's, Caniambo (loose bag) -Mondaya, Wednesdays, and Fridays. Mails. madeup previous night 8 p.m. - Arrivals of Malls. Mans arrive at Violet Town Post Office as follows: From Melbourne daily 10.35 a.m., and 7.20 p.m.' From Tamleugb, Tamleugh North, and Caniambo-Mondls, Wednesdays, and Fridays, 4.30 p.m . From Marraweeney, Boho, and Strath bogie North--Tieadays, and Fridays, 6.30 p.m.." ; From Gowangardie,-Tuesdays, and Fridays 10 a.m., .. Fromrq Barringion', Cmaiaimbo-Mon day, Tuedayis, anad Frays 4.30 p.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 29 May 1885

SPECIAL AN*OiTOU1QEIME.J % t( II. T. BONDIJa.`l leeu .appmint¶: .'ET frthe'~ E .,o ADVEPUrU r, iei .Atc:7 Vw1et' Tj a o At vdetº..;,;,,ý,ýpp, .b , . - .. - . .. * r ? OMAT S.P45'UBLIC a -'. > -1.? q, ?" A .,!<. ,,! *,, '! .T _,U `,' Rr. - i - m;l M'AWI '.. l;.iv ,li.il:; jt ,ii:.; i ,Vt r.!l i,, ; i j I.I? i vjA.'/ z-. -'I - -. *l»'i - "' nvL Z 1QI 1,ý b-b h /.u8 i ; ' ii h'sil;"n 1 t.hd"'! i<i . u, HWA --Tmar- COMPANY, .. . ..i . i fas much pleasnure t infrm g theo.Inai ] tnla'bf fiirodaShire that 'he lh s.Vt:? P.i S . PUBRLCH ASED ,'i,., th B inesliey carried on tTBAREUROA TRADING COMPANY, S , >normg , i.O t. ' o %rd uVi : ' ;tp am . -ot o O ' T ... " ERr A i - " , ).n -.2C rrWL'./,f r . nd therIore e ar ?sle to - i 5OF . - . N Tl)XDISTICtT:-211 The Str i slt lly p.d wiTl l i EVE RY' DEPARTME, ad, in order to makc room for lb?e O~P'B S3l linof:a JSuperb StocL m ha s ibeen acq? .irni;' ta-. ,hel W'I 3 EXTA iRDINiTEILY- P LOW.-FIGUr E DURING' IT. S tand ,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 29 May 1885

NA1rUEL BRYAW, STONEMASON,. BIRICKLAYER, AND STONECUTTER,' - Violet Town.? .. BEGS to Inform his numerous patrons of Violet ..Tomwn;:Baddaginnie, Shean's gully and surrounding districts that he,isprepared to carry out' ' : ALL WORK. betrumtkdto his care with promptness s aand despatch:;. ' .. SPhitwrapbs:" "" -i SOR ' alats'the- 'Adveeiser ofice, F and at C. L. DeBoos' store. CABINNTR. Sutherland's Hotel " Challenger's House s Ed.' Kirkland street (view) .- ahe • De Bods' Employieis - .CARDS. Post Office :: '-' ' . ~ Railway street (north view)' Railsytieet (south"a view) | s .L . Presbyterian Church 'Wesleyan Church Catholic Church J "ADVERTISER",'.: PRINTING 8TATIONER ,:DEPO.T Audereons 5street, Euaoa.., LARGE STOCK' EVERY ; SC1RIPTION. :,.G?: , -t--?. : ?.;- -- - BSCHOLEQUISITES;' PAPER Ai NDENVELOPES. Darasm' tiesGiocsas' WaNs Survrus SGARiand RUIT BAGS (Au. Sass) , Now Selling at . Lowest ' elbuturae Priees,' EUROA`AND DISTRICT SHEEP PROTECTION ASSOCIATION. rA REWARD or isree P...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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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 29th, 1885. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 29 May 1885

PUBLISHED EVEI:Y PFIDAY ?MOLYI CO. AflLet a?ll theneds lKou aim'stgl afbe:thy A, ri e last itl(?ly irl ,ti'e .4Jur 31. *J, j FRIlDAgY JM1 fAY. , c885. council a deputation, consisting of the1 President andCouncillr's IcGuinness, Birltott -and Heir, with the shire engine?c, "as appointed to proceed to Melbourne, with a view of securing These gentlemen proceeded to ?own on Tuesday .vcning,' nnd' -te }majority of tX .ari~4 h-liome by last night's train;.- -'The- entalogue-of-grievances p're~e n -ed by them Ito" ihe ,--various departmental heads was a lengthy ard important one. Mr HaIlrtM.L.A., in accompanied by Messrs Graves and Grahn "''?.A. to sinister of Works_a.strong case was made out in favor.of a special subsidyfof £6670, to be expended in carrying out much needeud, works in'' ,the, ;,shire. " The1 adwitt.'t hat `E irea ha?l &e'dial4 claims to conisideration this iyear..,1Tihe atten tioniof theiRailway Comniission'era was, theacalled to tlte anconveinience auised by-the ...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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The Queen's Birthday. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 29 May 1885

The" (ucep Upr %it7 The sixty-sixth anniversalry of tli natal ay of Her Most Gracious Majesty was elebrated right royally and loyally in ~UiOa' ian 0i4 it 01 5 Mondayi hut..ý1.1. irsise ?i s l.:id asile, and 'the day ;ass tseL ved is l hii'i holiday. Bettor wea5 her for u5lof reer~aCUbn ~ could not lave beendesac ?a?ndltthereoat.L was that ill1- the- contret U-oattactio? rcci?vtd...A argo number of visitors during the day. 'lie principal of these wk'rd 'hlio Bic9le iports at Euroa, and tho'Public Picnic St Longwood..Theuformi5 iitio..tefiro 9 . eries of isnizil igatlierings proposed to oe ,arried out,by the Euroe Bicycle Club, a aes?lnd ciiergetic association which has pru?., up in our midst, the members of whTch deseivo great credit for their pluCk in prividing such a lengthy, interesting, ald--costly, programme of events for the dhaw amuscment, in which they were lib ly assisted by the townspeople. The clulst prdsent numbers about a dozen nieincrs, but, owing to the success of nii...

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