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

• . ; . .:2"; ."r r.,: fftt l''r. t.1.?jeLJ' A ME'ETING ofthe Condmmittee of the S Propose& .. .EUIOATAGRICULTURAL,0 SOQIETY, ý wil".be hold on ;TUESDAY NEXT? ? :2ND:? .,JUNE,? At 4 p,m., shr. : in the S •IfEE HALL, ,EUROAY 1 CLEARING.',_ TENDERS will b6 received up.to 3 I o'clock on"FRIDAY, 5th. JUNE, '1885, for Cloaiimin albbit 77';IAres,('JThe Euroa Race Course." -'-Specifications mayibe seen. attheSecre ýta ltyjs ofice as s = o ez n The lovest or any tdernot'necessarily accepted. W'. TE W. M.tWEBSTERJ, t .21st May. S ,,ý . FENCING:I ) ENDERS will.be receivedi up fb'.3 So'clock oanFRIDAY, 5th JUNE; for the erection of about One and d half niles of a substantia1,3-RAIL FENCE around. the Euroa Race Course,. Speciufictions may be seen at the Secie tary's office. The'Lowest or any:. Tender not, neoe sarily accepted:: ;, ; W. M., WEBSTER, S -Hon., Sec. - - i?Rway-.?treet, Eurno, 8ltt Pay, ThS3, -.. I ' nt , THOS 3EFFNEy TANTED KNOWN, that Cv olin r 'and Co., of Sandhurst?aoll ...

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

FOR PAPER BAGS, TEA' YAPERS,' STAY T "AD zRflm" GfCB.. W. ALN Geal Storeeeper lIONIOIGII Ham uaya uih d' fur .1. * - Off all kind'l a. I?( i is y ` 1i: :?i ..".-::.l ,nr 5 Q U A L"231' .ý . r:: ,: ' X11 __ 1.f ý a{Sv .··~; ! I~ buildingl mat~iaim~_~ r·'ri Lime, Cement, Pienegl wir~es (betyatida3 :. Agentf[or, th6e, x A. N1W ZEALAND LOADN AND-A N RiERcanTILE AGFXCT .~-CO Carb Advances nattialagainst.. ;Grsin 4: °J:" j ,: ,,rt Akent for the _ .j' lC.,-` . Garamrr/aI 1"I0. f Irtre ;: AmrnumOOS SfciUS7t Agent fonr th.. MUTUAL ASSA(EsOCIEty OFiVICTORIA.... Agenti foe rM'Cinmaek' B iaper .ani Twine. * Bindr; iand otber: Agricultural Implenents, includioq : DOBIE'S SEBI) SOWER,? PBTER BEY`S DOUBLE ACTION . "ý. ..CRUBNS .. _ ... The aaoetjLabour Saving Churn caahBaar Ja all Far. Prnd ..; VltfT TR3E AT MELBOURNE Os Thi' i'~riir NoUCL'r PRICES. ··· ETY" OF VICTORIA. (lirD.) Head Ofice..79:Little Collins- ' eireet. West Melbourne. For Life'Asur ini and Endowmn nts. w '. liev -" d . "-p Mr Thom...

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 — 29 May 1885

LOCAL~ M;býg Tar"S T. " "eA.dvis:? aObe, 'lh"nr i y." . Uusiness locally durnn the week has been but siodrateal o b o lic ci 5 i alterations in ridisto 1chronicle. The fine rain whicll?.'t'in' 6db'Wedides3iir?h'd is still threatning, will ;averti.theri anger of fine weather continuing until the heavy frosts have been e:tablishd andodlt the man c rkgt?iA ff 8 t0 lfet1 w fit of the downpour. ! ! 1*,l !ll 9lS The one lively day during the week was Friday last, when Messrs Slee, Oilby, and Co's spacLil sheep ?e.rdattr;cted ai argui flux of visitors, andid'tlbtre-tAs ýif'Eroa presented a very .busy scene in conse quence. . a ia " The foliotg|ia- ? 4 e 1S . tions:- 0 SPECLIA SIEfP hiS . 2Messrs Slc,,Ogilhy,. and Co. report'-;-. MIiellourne;mwe:lcllaur hrst"',peci6'sh?oci; saoe in Euroa on Fdridn?.last, i hicintUri ed out to boe 1*4gii'ealt-s ade es U rs'w8i presented by. squatf~ie'f?? 1ai?. the colony. :Bidding was' brisk' a.id* the competition keen for the-vaious lrg lines of reall{ firt...

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

Literary MolecuileA-. SVictor Huo isi dad.Aged 8; China does not. feele-inclined:'tob'let France down.easily in arranging a peace.i, ".-'.Ann' Cutinoire waM found-:de?d.-.ner Cohen's Yarra Bank Hotel;' 'Apoplexy. 'Cholera has broken out again n Mar siilles. " ."'A Swiss'Village ?ots is the latest at Ithe Etxhibtion bidi-ng. fd'"Auistralian waters is iJnw, .readry "for 'service.'o i ts"- am< d -cru;. - . The steamer, ,lictorian ,from Adolaide,-, .which .arived- lst week *biiuht Qa IFonsuineii. often donkeys 'T[i JHon ir, Jude aQiiuiilass .p'hesti pro. sidiig'at die MCriiinai Cuortwas seized5 jWithi'suaaln illness." ji' ':Tli;"Bi 3larat, district had.the largest nIobbr'of ifatfal accitents dinga 1884 vi,; , h'lut Sandhfiurs' 'lo6is cldso "up1 witih1 '10tc;asfoC aino 7, Marybiorouh 5, Ankrait only 2,; total 41 A man i atCluiis;':'nam-id'. jlioll, attempted to commitsuicide by cutting his throat: *''*"' " "' :_ ": ' . :.: \ ,':,n, hte'.King of thBelgians, to testify his (ieit...

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

M-TLogloenaemlb..JottinU U.,' i -A-letter, signed by a number of rate payers on and near Ri"g's Creek, is to be forwarded to t?ie ii l?Shire : Couihail, asking that. an. embankment on Faitiful's. moved. It,iiouild'snemi'that' the 'c6ntract ors fo? the Faithiful''i dCeek bridget placed an ob'truction -'t this ipot; in order'to di vert 'the waters down an ana-branch of tfiecreek while their contract was :in pro gress. Wbenthey c umpleted their con tract .theynglec'ted'to remove tli iem .a ni i ndtaftlilýli it has been openied ?private individuals, it has also been re-' i oied,-bp'son8mlie rsbn interested in the dlerbion -bf the!rsurplus waters by that channell..::This wouild not be. a serious 'matter; bit fok the fadt that by -so doing the supply for Rig?'sCreek-7--hich is fed by Flitbftlk" Creed-i- cut off, and ii is feared that ini the cours0~ f oie, to winr ters thl0edtle6 chaliihi0 Will be ~iaficiently worn' to cut off the Riigg's Creek supply: ;ethei,B;iicept? the event of great ...

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

lsuroa grlc ual tral Neclety;, : 'A ,lely attended and fairly iepresieoti ta?tvOpnblic meeting s hslield min !the Shire Hall, Enuro? o, Tuesday afteriiodi last; t'oi consider'hej alvisability, bf form- I in an.?aricultural society in this district' The Prisident ofthe Shire, Jas. Gilisb^n,: Esq., occupiLed the chair, and,;after read in thei advertisluent convening the hmeet ingispolke strongly in favor of the proposed socityjad) pote'd to ctlie" uc tendng similar associations ei the ' eigibourhood. He thought`action ahould.be taken in the mtatter. * i.L Y'. -`Mr "Birkett mdved the first resolution '"That itis desirable;to form an= aericul turalsosciety-in-Euroaas: Seconde _by Mi "McG'uinni.ss, and carried-unauimously. lr MiKennia ýiover tlhat it ei called 'Tho' Euroa Agricultuitl mnd Pastoral iocty.'a He had been connected with these associations for some years, ami'd could testify to the immense enefit tlihey conferrel oh any diten ict. kMostof ,the horses and cattle n it6dEoroa=Sl...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Longwood [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 29 May 1885

" ;:i(B~i AN OCCASIONAL CONTRIBUTOR) There is little of importance to chronicle in our rilla"e this week, for tlle niinber.- less meetitins ref? Edd t ?t.'sucli.ligtliýl2y )yiTur correspondent, appear ito have exhausted allsur surplus ed::i?reand we haveanow relaps?i? iito'oliii?'sual'-`6seful' conditibn. f.ht.: o4 ou Ih l ,7.a -aiT i We were roused alittlo by the festivities on Monday last, buti s , i sa~~i your represdntative present tsakin, copious notes, I suppose a repbrt will appear else where. . - T} Somewhat over a.week ago an elderly man named.Joseph Wilson (one of our local blackaniiths was conveyed yto thle Wangaratt& 'Hioial5suffering froa.'"fot'i ball." H' e was passing some children who were playnig; iannd ess.ayed to kick the ball, but, his foot slipped and he fell, sus tai?ining dislocation oftlh? thigh?-'& For some time.?fter his admissionlto the-lospit?d, his case was de edil almost hdplea,'but.g L'ammglad to learn, he is now progressing towards rec...

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

The concerti orgnsjiaedb Ib the Buro s Town Band- is one that has attractdlcoi- l siderable attention for sornr:.tiinera'lit, by reason of its acting as tho introduction of the band to the gorinral public. "iIb au furated and carried on by plirivato enter prisie and subscription, this neow musical society is certainly? deseriviig of thi' ; highest coºniendation. The 'members; ',~ with praiseworthy spirit and liberality, have engaged a first class coiinductor, pro vided their own ihitrunients; :-id contri? SI:bited two shillings weekly for the saeveral months in which the band has been in ex istence. Mir C. A. Siebert,; the 'geitle: mainl iselected to fill the important' posts tion :of instructor, has proved- himself fully competentto the undertaliing;,.:nd,": by dint of perseverance and' unremitting:r.: attention has brought the band .to a high saate of proticiency, in a remarkably lb short space of time. No one who listened 'to the ibeautifully-concerteid numbers played by the full...

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

? Bice le Sports. ? Tdgo :( ?r ,I homldy:; starter-Mr:: lutherland; handicappers-Messrs Web tOr' and Neelands; treasurer-Mr Plea ieti ; secretary-Mr Simpson; com-. ittee-1 ?srs -' Webster,- Suthorland), Plauts; Ford, Nealands, Jane, Wignell, and Parkinson. As anticipated, a large assemblage, which _t one time could have numbered little 1 rhort of 1000 persons, was present at the Dricket O?val, Euroa, to witness th e'ratheir rare Seectacle of bicycle comipetitions;' Ihiech 'we are pleasedrto 'say, were carried through without the slightopt hit?i. There were sixtcon:vin?ts ott the card, so tilsed as to occupy the whole afternoon without leaving any long and unpleasant bre?kls, and as there was no music on the ground,.. it speaks wercll for the management,., When the..interest and excitement was never allowed tb flag from start to finieh;--.The judging ,nd.starting ofgho various, races was satisfactory t all, and' the m'inor de tails wereoeffectivelyloqkedito by the corn muittee, aaiii...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
How the Avenel Folk amused themselves. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 29 May 1885

IMow the k1eseis r Folk tl amused them-se =ea_ i The anniversary of Her Majesty's 1i 66thr birthdaywa~i titih"orgi h -i gal'dii ` here. By the morning train a team of "1 15 footballers arrived from p al Park, b Melbourne, to try conclusibns vith our c1 boys; but before the imtch'r'a very important ceremony. h"ad; teper= /t p formed-that of a I 'e f t OPENING TH,,'?EW IIFE'"??etl .,rw3UTTi.,E 51esIb!r o. 'ti A large number -of townsfolk and I visitors assembled othe i: grdunl,.*hich n our well-known townsinanW. BLGa:d, Esq., J.P., 'has gi r 6dfree use; .o? the rifle club, and on?x which- ai capital range has been preparied; markehr's lut. built, and itrit.eredted ' he baptiini of fire was given ,byMis Gaidd,.who, n at the time. ap inited, calmly pulled the trigger, and .itrieI bullet was. quickly marked as- having-hit the- bull's-eye, amid gr.at 1 r'? from the assembled crowd. The 'range having be?' thus t formally opened, several' members I indulged ida.4ittle practice; anid'it?wa s...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Longwood Public Pic-nic. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 29 May 1885

Longwbo rnoss Plinte; Coniiiiitte?-s?M.t...rs ,Gtant, 1,obinsi Becroft, RI *agers, HilI,-.Pudly,-Mi . field, Nicholson, and Maxfield. The gala day of Longwood was duly celebrated oilq.,ondayalasat; hen: ilth unnual Public-Picnic, postponed frodix Easter Mondaj y, on. account oftho in clencency.oftla.iteatiher,wirtahqld in Mr p. .uday'. Isi foek~.l» ;l>t'»nd tho, ;ol. folek-rf that distric. . ti'tth.e nfunmbo.iot6bdut 200, declared fdr a illidiay and a day's@enjoy-' ment. Up almost to the aat.- moment, what in the colony is provrb-illy terimed " Bishop's weatlhr" :gaj.ve every tkeni of prevailing ; ;thi dismal prophesi~of thosea generally'?dEpted' asWise in-Pluvian:lori . adding nt: little'to tlie dispiritinlg-in" fluence of finpoiidif bad weather; hiid in the gloiious day which greeted the hAl?' day-makers,they found increased pleasure in the chainge: The:ground, situated.a pleasant half-mil'sa drive from the new township, kindly lent for-the occasion by Mr Puddy,:was eiuinently ...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Daring Bank—Robbery [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 5 June 1885

D l asaank -R-obbelwy" - A daring and successful biak robbery was carried out on Wednriesdair morning, shortly before ton o'clock; when tho Simp son's road branch of the National Bank of Australadia wais stuck up and robbed of £1125 by three armed, men. The man agerMMr J. B. lumphreys, accompanied by tlhe i' contt, :] Mr A.. Bridlshiw, arrived attlthe bank at?ta quarter to ten o'clock; ·brsugini " with them a" "sum of £1025 from? the 'Richmohd-road .biaaich. The premises in Simpson's-road riot being occupied at night,it was the custom of the manager to takoe: away,. with, him every veoning all nthe notes,:and coiu,,.and deposit theni in the Rllich'mond offie:. On the previous day a sum of. £100 in sil?dl was left in the safe, aiid tlis amounit, iiti the contents of the ..la :i;nidej up a sum total of £1125 iii coin anid -notes, :which the robbers made, off'.withi No sooner had Mr:Huamphreys andi his :clerk n?tired' the manager's rdom yesterday mi'ning` than they were iumediately, ?b...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Marraweeney. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 5 June 1885

iMararraweeney. (FROM ouT oW CORRESPON?xDEr.) A very enthusiastic meeting was hold here on Monday evening, by the Com mittee of the, Mechanics' Institute. A sum of £13 5s was handed over to the treasurer. The late concert in aid of the building funds was a great success, realis ing, after paying expenses, £6. This amount, and the promised subscriptions, brings a total of over £50. The com ilittee are so satisfied; after the limited canvass made for sdbscriptions, that it has been resolved to have plans and specifica tions prepared, and call for tenders for the building at once. A building com mittee w.is appointed,.and five gentlemen nominated as trustees. The committee felt very dissatisfied at the delay in. haRr ing the site gazetted, as it is now nearly twelve months since the survey fees were paid; and: although thli secretary used every exertion, the site was only gazetted .on the 2nd April last... Very slow work I •:. KLngaroos are becoming very. plentiful in this place.. I: p...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Gazette Notices. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 5 June 1885

Gazette Notices. Licenses revoked, cancelled or declared void :--Win. H. Ellis, 240a,, Marra weenoy ;Wnm. H. Ellis, 80a, Boho.' Applications not granted :--PAlter. Haris, 103a, Boho. Gazette Notices cancelled ;-Edward Hill, Ruffy, 214a. The mails in S. A. are to be carried by horses in future.

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Avenel. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 5 June 1885

A'enel. 'On Wednedway. ? evenin last the Mutual TIiiprovenient- Society_ had a -veryleasant{imeeting, 'IMr J. Russell giving an interesting, instructive des criptiorin of2ýtelegraphy, followed : by sonime clever criticism. These meetings' hid frir:to boe a grcatf ilurcdess, sevieral ladies racing ,them ewith.i their pres Our riflemen are inderatigably prc-: tising to acquire precision,: a good number attending on every practice day:nrid firing several rounds at raiges. At -the late :Coiiipetitive Ekamine ation for the cleridcalnidivision' of the Civil Service; (the first held iunder the new act,) W. J. Tonkini; eldest so of Mr S. Tonkin, quialified himiself for a position in the service, gaining a place in the first fifty. -

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EUROA RAINFALL FOR 1885. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 5 June 1885

EUROA RAINFALL FOR 1885. ,f! ,, hefollowing,ia a complete tableoftheo Months:. No :of-days. Rainfall. January 2 41 i r-:,Februiry' :,:, 7 t.. ,· . cS- .2il3 Marc?h . .-- 1.51 ". (Apiil ? 5 j 2.721 May, . 8 .991 'runo1 .10 i?,f a coi;S iss troublesome :whilen milking :ci because sho.e kicks,, the first thing to .do is - to-find out-whether the faiult?i-is..thl cow's or the, milker's,-and,;if. the :latter's, at once discharge him. The "operation of Smilkingis a relief to the.cow, and if she .is .-properly handled quietness: will result" But no cow cani be expected to reuiain q. quiet when every pull at her teats results in pain, She kicks.as,a matter of instinct, and brutal treatment as punishment::only. makes matters worse. .: i

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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The Shire Valuation. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 5 June 1885

The tIaIre Vealuaatloa. "1(FiTOxtIEt NEWS CORRa PONDENT) ,A meeting of rate payers convened. for ,the purpose of discussing the iiicr.iise of the Shire valuaitioni for this year, was held incthe?rcadia 'East State School ion the evening of Saturday.laat. There was a very fair attendance, and Mr John Chanter was ;voted' to the.chair.. On. taking the chairho saiid :-Goitlemen, I" supposeyou all know.what has broughtme ,here this evenirig,' ad "I' apprehbeifd' fron your S'resence that you are likei sutfere-' The Shire valantbr has thought 'fit; in his wisdom, tnrise our valuation, or, in other words, to increase our. rites.'. As ,it) is tantamount. to striking a special rate, I fail to'see the reason~ or justice of such procedure. The rate las always, ui to the present, been striick' on a valuation of 2s per acre, which in my opinion is the high est estimate that could be -formed of we value of the land in the noighbl6urhood. The legislators, after traversing---the length and breidth o...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Painful Accident at Violet Town. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 5 June 1885

- PaafrsalAcicldent at Violet . Town. A serious accident happened on Friday evening last, at the Violet Town raldway station, by which Mr. H. Williams, an old and respected resident of that town, r received very serious injuries. -Whilst the 7 p.m. goods train from Melbo arne - was shunting, Mr. Williams, who was at one time- landlord of tli6 Commercial r Hotel, was sitting on the platform used - for trucking sheep, waiting,. until the line was clear for crossing. Some trucks r were taken up and "kicked" on to the line leading. to the sheep Platform.' the engine afterwards returning to its yT-ition in front of the goods train. Mr. Willilius' attention was confined to the engine, and, seeing itin a position forstarting,he made a move to cross the line. No sooner had he put one foot across the ril :than; the loose trucks,which were moving at a very slow pace, were upon him, and he was knocked down under the platform,, tte first wheel of the truck passing over his leg just above the an...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LATEST TELEGRAMS. MELBOURNE, Thursday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 5 June 1885

MBELOVaNE, Thursday evening. Thebank ibliify fsthefisole ,pie of. cnversation here. The Rev. 1fr Stew art, Presbyterian, minister, informed the detectives that on the morning of the robbery hle .observed threo isuspie? i;s" looking persons come' oun of -he side.. entrance,-.arrying .-parcels, and that they got into a cart and drove away., - ,des b?ed them stlihorough larrikin5, and can identify ,than. ''lle bank authorities have oflered, a reward of '200 for the capture of the obbers, which is hourly expected. Sc' ou . , Thursday. Sergeant Purcell, of Tallarook, arrested three msn last .evening who were travelling in the last Melbourn. train, on suspicion of bisng 'concerned in the Simlison's road bank robbery. They refused to give satisfactory answers to his iiquiries. ''a

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 5 June 1885

Cousnmerccal. .. . -e Thudermentoned o o o Liv Stock, Dairy Produce.etc., arc'the very latest obtainable, aid Every Fignre is Guaraniteed' ABSOLUTELY CORRECT to theAiicitibnecrs' Quotations. Farmers ond Graziers may therefore Placo lomplitb con idencc in our MSrkot -~trportn. We have also.made arrangements for ex tended reports of the Monthly Stock Sales of the:district;:which 1i:pr'?rp& a ong the Commercial Intelligence.

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