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DAIRY PRODUCE, HIDES ETC [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 5 June 1885

.DarY :PRODUCE.,HIDESE ETC Messrs. McKay and MacDonald report (3rd J.une)*.-Cheeso:'Prime.lot firm at 64d to 7d ier Ib'~ mediuiim, 5d -to Gd ; in : feriborlower.: .Potted Butter: .Prime, is - per b.;imedium-to good, 9dto IOjd; out -'of: conditidn lots ,lower, according; to . qtfility. Fresh butter: from Is G6d to is S9d&h ,v&iýage for mediamh, ls 4d,; to ls ,d; Sfor out of condition lots, Is to is 2d, ac cording to condition. and quality. Eggs -''iairce-r'd~tniii&niiCsk atIs lOG to 2. 0j4. 'Ba&'ýi'8d to 9d per lb.: 'Poultry : Tur Skeys, from 5s 6d to 10s 6d ; ducks, from 4i to Ss ; fowls, 3i to 3s 9d per pair. .

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

19Mogloncinmsy .tottiniug. BY 'LNCOG." , There appear, to be something wonder ful. in. railway: miianagemet-something .awfullymysterious-at least, so it seemsto nie. A"fd?w; days ago a frilend: of:,mino lhad occasionto send a parcel toMelbourhe, cis't of carri?ige being eightpenc:. A day or two later.a similar parcel :was recived C by him froni the firm to which the former one..,haid been" set, and the carriage 'in this instance being-:only two s'dilings and , sixpcnce'. On: aisking why there was ' such a: disparity in, thecl ciarge?jeliow;iasin formed that had it conio by the passenger - tirin, .,the'lcot'ivould liav'e beeni8d,.bift as thime oods: train brought it,- tlih costwas 2s Gd. Not bad, is-it ? only 275 per cent'. more costly ln goenis, than per passcnger. train.. Well, I m antglad I mu riot one of the Railway Comniniisioiiers, for such a piece' of.monstrosity would gn-w at niy conscience to such an extent, tlhat I should soon cease to'be the robust 'piece of-.cor pulent hu...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Six Months in the Shire of Euroa. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 5 June 1885

Six --"lontbh iiin time hlrre lof Eusaro-is. '.Br " JIGGER.' . I Under tllhe abovehcadieg,.it is my in- a tention, as far. as possible, to give readers -c ofyouirpIaper thethoughtswlhich struck rie' i during m0y six mioiith' residence in Euroa. r tit the outset I plead for tender criticisam I on the part of.those who peruse my cogi: c tations, and ask them not to cavil at what I may be considered mistaken notions.. We I cannot all see or think alike, and I do not t even hope, that my ideas will .coincide with: those of many others, but a new- 9 comer has some opportunities to observe I advantageously and dispassionately, while older- residents cannot view dissassociated 1 from prejudice and partiality. Coming t6o a township when it was poor and strug- c gling,' and having to conquer almost in- I superable difficulties so as to gain a re- a .spectable living, the first settlers had not c the time to devote their energies to the a developmentof the town. All these were t needed for th...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 5 June 1885

E SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTI j 1 . " ' , BOND ha beenr? appointed . AGENT. for the Hoo Ann E Tdývr hERAL D At Violet Town. All orders entrusted to iis care will re . ive ~"...t att'nfti n. IM PORTANT. - PUBLIC ." ':,:...L NOTICE. ,'.-. O .. ... ':k,., i:_:?' . : § TRADING , C:OMPANY. -i Hasni uch plepsiur in ormmg the Inhabi the'B ine . cr'l:l- - ed on by ,'0TH R k .. ". :TR P COM P: : Y. Iir*i Enormo?)iis' ." Stock DER PERYY . ` D-:AAIRY PRODUCE, in Ia t aik,it ri 'r.S SHOES, - -----haus been acquired at an -- n EXTRAORDINARILY L? 'OW FIGURE, and lira therefore we are able `to , AT : r - T Tr i IN, THE, DISTRICT. in ,: . . : c -.The Store is literally packed with IGH-CLA.SS GOODS EVERY DEPARTMENT, D and, in order to.make room for 1" he Openi?g .Ip of a[ Superb Stock . " . Or.- ." . O f i --I R D RAPERY; S:. WHOLESALE CLEARANCE s. Must be effected, ": `:- . " , ! .- l - ! ". o All Goods will beomarked in Plain Figures Safid will be A.-H.. - -. -:: _ OUSTO R, - io --,;-, . "I Melboune P r...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Euroa Agricultural and Pastoral Society. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 5 June 1885

Euroa AgslfeultUrall aund Pageterabi ftisl. : - SThe provisional committee of the Euroa Agrieultural and Pastoral .Socity met at the Shire Hall, Euroa, on Tuesday last, for the..purposa of..ooue, ide?ring'further steps to bo taken in connection with the formation of tho society.: The president of thesaire, Jas. Gilio.; 'Eq., occupied the clair. After tho'minutes ,of the pro vious ioeting -had been ,cotifirmLed; Mr Chomley, in referring to the name of the society, decided on at last meeting, said he thought a mistake had been made: It I should have been called the Euroa-Strath bogie Society. He moved to that effect. The Chairman aecocded. Soveral members spoke for and againt tho proposed change, and the discussion was eventually ruled i out of order, the motion being witlidran. a Mr Chomley mivid that the rmuiber's fee L be fixed at £1 la. 'Mr Birkett seconded. S-Carried. It was decided to call for L applications for a secretary, tha salary for a the firtyearto be £25. On the motion ...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 5 June 1885

NAWUfEL URTAN, STONEMASON, BRICKLAYER, AND STONECUTTER Vtolet Town. .EG S to inform his numerous patrons of Violet "Town, -Bi~ddaginnie, Shlean's gully and suiroundiing districts that lie is prepaied tdo carry out ALL. WORK : entrusted to his care with promptness aand despatck* .Plhiotoraphs.: OR Saleit the Adecrtiscr ofece, and at C. L. DeBoos' store. CAnIETS. SSutherland's Hotel - Challenger's House 4 2 Odd Kirkland street (view) f - Each . De Boos' Employees C Cn?s. Post Office' (nort Iailway street (north vie w) Railwaystreet (south view) Il. Presbyterian' Chureh ;: -?-. -Vesleyan Chureh - Catholic Chvreh - . ,:" : ", ? "ADVERTISER" PRINTING ' i. D . . AND STATIONERY :D:EPOT: Anderaon" Strees ,Uuaroa. S LARGE -STOCK - S ,TATION Y EVERY, DESCRIPTION.: S ?aCHOOL~:IREQUISITES. :'PAPER'' AND' :ENVELOPES. Darsas' AND Onooaus' WATrs SurZ eD -SUGAR and FRUIT* BAGS (Ars 8Ss) S.. Nor Selliig at 'L.owest Melbourne Putees, A.d memn ofhike Pie cakes, EUROA AND DISTRICf SHEEP PROTECTION ASSO...

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, 5th JUNE, 1885. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 5 June 1885

rUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY .MORNING. "Let all the ends thou aim'st at be thy Country's, ,Thy God's, and Truth's.' . PRIDAY5 thJUNE;.1885. IrTanything were required to give thWe "lie i' the- throat" to those pessimists "who see in every forward step of our little township the'sowing of the wind from which the whirlwind is to be ulti ,mately developed, who consirderhthat, moving=spirits in obur mindst are affed with that ;"vaulting; ambition whibh' dotli o'erleap itself," it is to be found "i;nour report of the proceedings of the publiin?eeting held. last week to con sider the advisability, of inauguratihg an agricultural and pastoral society in Euroa. Well-attended, representative, and unanimous, the meeting was all that could have been desired for the happy inception of one of the most im portant niovements that have yet been recorded in the` history of the shire. It is one that will affect, directly and in directly, every resident,and its influence willhbeezerted.only in.hoalthful and ...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Karramomus. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 5 June 1885

ý, IýIFnDOY, 05 OW. ,CORRESPONDENT.sj. "Your. own" of: Karramomus finds I he lhbas:et himself no very enviabletask, and, like your esteemod contributor, -" Oliver Day,'",would like to possess the power of Iiaking-nucli out of little. : The, weather continues dry--and unfavorable for the Scros, ; and we "' unfitinmate':'coEkies (I wonderif: Oliver is a farmer himself) are anxiously looking for rain, though we have had on an average, oh alternate days dur ing the week, about forty-five diops to the -acre.''-:. - .. :. . :.-: The local :dim: and fife band meat --for-practice every week, and those inem •bers who attend regularly are making very S'g"o, progr~s ,: :This .institution is, I think' iardlypatronised by the residents Sast deserves. Itaffords innocent amsuse y ?ment'tt" the ybiinO men of the 'district, - nd maybe a nieans of developing some latent talent,;.butit is the public who 'de rive theome~stenjoynientfrom it, on holi Sdays and. fete occasions. The promoters ' c '~i~? o' ...

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Literary Molecules. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 5 June 1885

itterary molecules' I Owing to the deadlock in the Droutn shire council, the shire is'now withoiit. an engineer or road inspector. - Peter Campbell: ex-buih inislsinnarv', -was complained of by the Rev A. Dowse for using obscene lanouage t" lihf ii `th-de -aol precincts, hlt week? Hc:called the Riev Alexander a bald headed old.-The visiting J. P. forbade repetition. The Anglo-Russian. :difliculty ' is a=micably settled. On board the "Arab' -Surgeon Proud- ' foot of the Ambulanceo Corps an4 .13 privates are prostrated with fever. "A young man named Thomas Ckhapman was injured at the Nagambie rifle butts on Saturday, through a rifle exploding and a fragment striking him over theleft eye. The Bank of England gives notiso thit: there are in circulation perfect imitations of its notes for sums from ."5 to £500. It is said that Tennyson got a guine. a ine for his recent poem on ',Freedoum.; When George Elliot went "to Siyitzer land in 18409 she tried to sell herr books aod globes in order...

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Public Meeting at Old Longwood. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 5 June 1885

*-r * * «- --'" '1 *' :-'-- r*-- ° psuaie-Merae-angrat Om Lon... Lpnwood._ A public meeting for the purpose of determining aS:iiteifor thl6-iuilding of a Protestant.Church was held on Wednes:, day evemning, at Haiisilton'sHall, Old Tongwood,' at '8 p.? ni otwithstanding the unpleasaut;. weather prevailig; 'and the' dariiess, of the night, there waas a gathering'of upwards of 50.,persons pre sent, the now.towpship'being represented by some -half-dozen laden'-'traps and several hoisein?.V'-"-l?'L.·: ,ui.'": -:. ' ' Mr Harry Tub, ,;one of the church trustees, was* voted "o iti chair, and after reading the'circular convening the meeting, invited -Pcussion;.i ,-;. Mr R.' GC'JMidd-'oe n e behalf'of 'the residents of the old township, protested ilainst the' actibor taken: by the trustees. Th?y- had- iýp'ised the condition that no one could vote on'the question i whoi had not att6eiided thlWeilurch. seriices at' le.ist once durinilg thl llat thiee ' onithls.' .This was an unjusb rbiftray, a...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 5 June 1885

SHE 'Committee of- th Euri-s Town t Band beg to thankfully acknowledge the services of those Ladies and Gentle mon who so kindly.assisted.innsakin the recent Concert a success. (For, tlheComimitteo),?i -T. BARRACLOUGH; Honi. Sec. MONDAY,` nT c JUNE. ., DEREADING AND READERS,": B TjiE REV. SP ScouIT s. " Commence at 7.30. PUBLIC ADMITTED. ' eslaetci . :WANTED toSPUROCASE"a igood S: V strong WAGGONETTE with Polo and Tilt..? : ' C. L. DeBOOS, Euroa. :IsT. -;F- 'ior lalIe. .FOR SALE. S-'Apply, GORDON, BROS, Euroa. 'ffOUSE containing'' TEN ROOMS S with BUSINESS... Also, Wine Licnso-:- Sitiated iii lRailwayv Street, .Euroa. Twelve stalled- stable.. Apply early. , '- "' i'P.: F. McCLUSKEY, j b Eiuroa. r SOUSE to LET- aco Street; i EI.L Euroa; 5 rooms? oven, water tank. (Stable if required: t"Apply* ;to i1BS, CRl.EE, Kirkland-st.reet, E.uroa.. '.::.TO LET FOR:iA?.TERM. ,-; 318 ACRES, 6 'miles from Violet T Town, -Parish, Boho. First cl?si Giazingýjfdii' some a?ios of : splendid potato land....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 5 June 1885

FOR PAPER BAGS; SEA P:;APERS, . Jn IL:ove Y T(w T p r.:n!K STA TIONET ., h ,t .... i T Y: THH' _O . 3Lis" "ADVERTI " Office. , ALLENw. General Storekeeper,' r. 0 II . s7 E IIr0NIONGEIi, : :i:GROOERIESi s~ rs? o ..3 a . -ll kinds, _"'' i uduaK in tea lar .%7 ; . t Bricks, ..." . r r"? ..... ^ .... :? ".ýu forthe J " . " 2 ;)o o2alabsen dIr oa' , ;o we :ERCAI?pIL,, , J AG`onYC1E S l : l clr r". It : ,i l .J IU J;iI3 I, . , (i, u { . I. AI:Melbo- rne2i . ..i ?: i. - -I. ............ ', g:n It, * . :.-FXe- b nn .i1- - i- - * ,•I .Aget flLi CormIldC ; `, : ",, ' .-. Reaper.anl 'T in . H ., Bindero~ aU&oo?.:the ;. ", .,.1: Agiiculturallwsplemente,1 .. i I .... .DOBIE'S .SBED:8WER; :, : ..... ... , . . . ..f . . . ... 7, . - ? . I UT ALS.iJ? .- .. '. i0 " .3Lf :i ?ir*. r ,; . ,:;!·i s t :L' .:. ,:. SIETY: OPL VICTORIA (Lixaarse.) ,Head Ofce?, 79 Little Collin ?: .i `.treats;' West )ielbouna. " - I7 ,Nr Life kAauautwand Eli owmenti.f ' Policy Holderm Divide thei Profits.! Willim ,~,...

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LOCAL MARKETS "Advertiser" Office, Thursday. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 5 June 1885

SLOCAL MARKETS S Advertiser' O e, Thursday The unusually fine weatherseenisaentast last to have given place to, seasonable rains. ithouiS h the "acsialdowsifall ha inot beeno very cxtoiisivc,tlihconthifisi d drizzlo which we heivo experienced during -the last few' days is of a very penetrative naturp, ;aend if the heavy,,rosts, keep, o fr a short' time lonur, the lpie'cts of a good season will be fairly bright.. Messrs Slc and Ogilby's monthly stock salet akea-p'lacet day: i 'ii. The following are the latest qota= Messrs Watts and M'Bean .held their usual monthly' sale at Violet Town bn imday ,a1T. r ,T. Bond oaisciating-as the ; was about, the ususual 'suppl~y," :.nd a keen S;competittion .eisted for, tho-valious iota offered E.verythimig: boihcigdisposed of at prices .nbo" - the reserves: Fat sheepl broulht up to .12s:.3d ; Milking cows tol £6 2s; stores, only light ones inm, sold at £310' The local mill ,reports having purchrehýd during the week. about 20Qýbagsof wheat and 100 ba...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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DAIRY PRODUCE, HIDES ETC Wednesday, June 10. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 12 June 1885

DAIRY"PIRODTJCE. HIDES' ETC Wednesday, June 10. fessrs M'Kay and 3'Donald- reports: -We held our usual sale to-day, and give below detailed report of actual sales effec ted:-Cheese: Primne firm, at 6d' to 61.d per lb11 medium, 5d to 6d do. Potted Butter: The supply to hand is' still laie We sold under the haniner, several lines up to?113d for goodspriing butter ;'midium to good, i)ld to 10d perlb;- inferior, lower Fresh Butter:' large supply canme for ward direct from.the dairies. Our highest went to Longmire, H brand, Is 9ld; 2nd a tie, between Mr J. Ryan, Bacchus Marsh, and Mrs S. Crawford, Shepparton at is 77d per lh ; 3rd, Farquharion,- Win chelsea, 2t Is 7j1 ; 4th atie, between three -Maxfield, Flynn's Creek; Hammeraly, Traralgon ; and :O'Connor, of Traralgon, at Is 6d ; average for good, ls: 3d to 1s d ; for lots but ofcdndition, lower, accor ding to'quality and condition.' Eggs have declinedin price tdo ls 9d for best ; small and doubtful, is 4d to is 7d .per dozen: Honey dul...

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Arcadia. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 12 June 1885

Arcadia. (výox owU OWN CORRea-PoND. T.). drops to the acre, and the farmers are consequently dull in spirits, but they are seldom other wise, for they are truly a discontented class of beings; several are talking of re-sowing their crops: in cases Where they were sown early and not having sufficient moisture to start'it, it has not yet come up. A serious accident happened to a little girl named Thomas, residing at Arcadia. It appears that'her father was working a. stump extractor, having a horse at the lever, when by some means the child got its fingers caught in partof the gear, and before.the horse could be stopped, all the fingers of -one hand were completely crushed off. 'The little sufferer was at once conveyed to Mooroopna, and the wounds dressed, most of the shattered stumps having to be amputatedf: She is lhowever, progressing favourably. Since the rubbery of the jewellery at the Arcadia railway station, the light fingered community have been somewhat idle, at least about he...

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Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 12 June 1885

co uinerewiai.(H ,3 g@ The iindermentioned: Qnotations for Live Stock. Dairy Produce, etc., are the very 'latest obtaitoale, and Every Figulre is Guaranteed AESOLUTELY .CORRECT to the" Aucti, ners' Quotations. Farmers and Graziers inay therefore place implicit con fidence in our Market Repors. i;

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 12 June 1885

The Cerro de Potosi, in S. America, so fanious for its silver mines, is now per fectly honeycombed, having no less than 5000 openings into it. Silver to the value of £250,000,000 sterling has been- ex tracted from its bosom. The mines are now nearly exhausted, and the:town of Potosi only contains 23,0000 inhabitants. Its' ain source of wealth has gone aind the town generally has now a ruinous

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Euroa Police Court. Friday, June 5th, 1885. (Before Messrs Gibson, Birkett, and McKonna, J's.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 12 June 1885

Euroam Polee ,E euvta.a - .5, i Friday, Juwe 5thi :1885. -t - (Before Messrs Gibson, Birkett, and McKenna; J's.P '. Ennis v. Duncan : Action to recover cost of a coat, made to' order. Mr Turner appeared for. defendant. i.Plaiiitiff failed to prove delivery, and was non-suited, with £1'1s costs. . .W. :Barnes v. W. N. Norris: Work and labor dbhe, £7 17s 6d. Mr Turner for plaintiff;:.no: appearance `of defendant. Order for the amount, with £1 6s costs, in default distress:' SMURDER. Johanna Osborne wus;chnrged, on war rant, with the wilfulmurder ofherinfant, unnamed, at Moglonemby, on the ,4th instant. . * Detective Duncan prosecuted on behalf of the Crown, Mr Lamrock appearing for the prisoner, who was accomunodated with a seat..: . . . :. : ': Detective Ddncan gave a resumn of the case, and called Joseph Stevenson;, who deposed, on oath' .II am's s~lector, resid min at Moglonemby..i Knowthe. prisoner and alas her father, whoso'land adjoins mine' Havre known them about 18 omonths. I:...

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Miepoll and Branjee Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 12 June 1885

MIepoll andt I ranjee oetes. --By OLIVER DAY., ' The rain which fell, during last week. , hasi been welcomed far and wide. The beneficial effect of "the visitation are already seen in the transition of the coun try from an almnost. barren waste, to a . general appearance of fertility. The youag crops in general have a very healthy. appearance, but the late frosts which we experienced here will retard their rowtlh veiry much.. Noticing in your last issue, that. your, highly esteemed correspondent, of Karra momus, wpiders if I am a farmer, J.must.. answer "yes." ., . ,.'wo youn? gentlemen, residilig in?thls iiigllborhnod,, thought, they hasd a , good ear fo inusiiic; tl' went intto' Euri?a and' liuulhased to, brasprwhistles and after six weeka's practice they can -mangom'to play twoirvell'-kown tuiicai naitely,\f '"Yankee Doodlle," nid "Thcire is nia hlck about the hloose." Take it out of that if you!can. 'ý : / s Thne 'Castle Creek Footballers 'journey to Euroa on next Saturday, to t...

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Horses Dying from Eating Sand. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 12 June 1885

Ilorses Dyin from Eating ISand. 1A great many horses have died, from an accumulation of sand in the stomach, and, as .nothing canm'be done to relieve tlhem; when" once seriously attacked, .it only remains for the owners to adopt such measures as will prevent them: from swallowing sand. In such country as Strathbogie, there is no brackish water, and the grass-lands aredeficient of succu leht' gi'sses, such as are 'suitable for horse and other stock. Now the principal reason for horses swallowing sand'is in consequence of not getoing salt. iii their food or otherwise, consequently, they go about the dwellings and lick the ground' where any salt has been deposited;, iuch as the liquor that.:salt meaathas"-been boiled. in, or other :saline substances. Again, horses. put on stubble lands will tear up the roots and short herbs, that lie close to the ground. The roots and herbs are digested, but the sand lies dormant, uitil it accumulates to such an extent as to; cause disease and death. T...

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