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Football. WANDERERS v. VIOLET TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 12 June 1885

'Feotltull; . . - WANDERERS v. TIOLET TOWN.-., ' Inspite of the unpropitidus state of th. weather on Saturday' last, the ..opening, match of the season, betweeen .llhe. above clubs, was played .on the. Violet. Town ground. " The Benalla team only brought 13 men into the field, thus giving the home team three players to the good.. Woods captained 'the Wanderers, and McShane the Violet Town boys. Mr. W. Grogan acted as central umpire to the satisfaction of all .parties... The ground w?s very slppy,'aixd the shoivers whicli fell at intervals'scarcelyexpeilited matters- The ball became very heavy and greasy, and it was a diffticult task to get any " work " on it. " Spills "' were onumerous, most of the ,players being. more or, less mud bespattered: Both sidesfought?lhard'for victory, but the Viblot'.Town telm was not to be denied, and .obtained 3 goals of behinds, as:against 8.behiuds recorded to the WVanderers. ,. The' goals"were- kicked by Clancoy, `MeNay, -and?Broderick re spectivoly...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Agricultural Shows. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 12 June 1885

?;"ri ricultural' 3howsn. The following are the dites for the holdirigeoftht-hrvriols: Shows in the Goul'' 'birn Valley during the ycAr 1885:--. . Yarrawonga, Septomber 3rd. Moira Agricultural and Pastoral Society at Cashel, September 17th. r - Shepparton and LowerGoulburn Valley' . Agricultural and Pastoral Society, Sep temberh22nd and 23rd. ,Numnurkah-Agricultural Association;,Sep tember'29th....::..... ..?.oA .:, S: North-Eastern Pastoraland Agricultural Society at Murchison, 1st October. Noith-Easternand GoulburnVaslly Agri cultural Sooietyat'htura, October 21st. :: Oven~s and Murray AgricdultiratSocity, at Wangaratta. September - 10th :'and 11th.

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 12 June 1885

Marriage DUNCAN--GIFFIN.-On the 3rd June, at   at the residence of the bride's parents, by the Rev. J. Weir, B.A., William Duncan,Karramomus South, formerly of Ardstraw County, Tyrone, Ireland, to Lizzie Giffin, eldest daughter of the late Malcolm Giffin, Balmat— tum.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 12 June 1885

STONEMLASON, BRICN LAYER, 'AND :STONECUTTER, Violet Town. J EGStoinftorm his nrumerous patrone o .f "Vi6olet Towi,' Baddagihiuie' Shean's gully and. sTiiounding districts "th~t lie is preparid;tojcarry out='" ALL WORK. entrusted tohis care with promptness and despatch* L UROA AND: DISTRICJ! SHEEP L PROTE CTION ASSOCIATION. :'A IREWARD :-,i. c r. .lrrree Pouamds eachm'n hfl Will be paid for the lkits'of FULL'" G'ROWN '-DINGOES Kitilol within the District,; and Li X1ath .tot DINGO PUP SKINS. ,U, "Further Notice. ' Thesklns miust; be perfect, with sealp, brush and paws, and:be p perly:n:?: salted. Theywill be received by J. M. ,F'KenzisE q,r Gooram;. S. Wilson 4lsq., Lima. 1W. D." Crocker, Esq., Honey isuckle and by the Secretary where other cbnilitious may be seen : ' : (By ?rer.) . " HENRY PARKER; 1ost June,- 1'84 Sicretary Mtpee.ial Advertisement. GENUINcEHIMOPATHIIC -: ,MIEDICINES.. : The' following 12 rilost commoil~ ? " Medicine TINCIURES OR FiL.LES Inu aCarboard Case, ,nd includ...

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Being a Woman. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 12 June 1885

seing-a Woman. · It is a dreadful bother to be a woman and do the bulsimss up in. gdod) ishape. In the first place you've got to l]ook well, or else yobi'r nobody. i manifStiaj'bhe ever so homely and still be popular. Whiskers cover tp tlhe m'ost of hi' fanei -and if hq l.i' a big mouthiobl;ody mis trusts it ; a.d if he ddes wriziklh'blad -on his forehead his friends spcak of. his Imany cares and of his thoughtful dis posit on, nud te I -eah other that his wrinkles are linis of thought. Lines of thought, indeed, when in all prob bility his forlhead is-' rinkled by: th!i bid habit he has got6of scowling at his wife. A ivomnix must al iays be in "good order. Hei hair, mush ;rlways h.L itrc and iangied, as fashion demadis, and she must powder if :he has a shining skin i and she muse manage to look swet,. no matter, how., sour. she, may. feel; her dress imust hiang just so, and lier hoot buttoi~s al ays i ,ililace, aind her finger nail' alwdys clean';n iid she 'mustn't whist c, nor clim...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 12 June 1885

ARUCADIA STATION, A.R CAD.I A. 2es" ..,, ,- ?A-, 1s, :-. A GRAND CONCERT & BALL in aid of the MOOROOPIWA HOSPITAL. Will be held on the above date. - PICEs 9o ADMssioN : i Concert,. s. - Ball: Double Ticket, 5s. Single, 4s. - MoowuaLor ! MoowrlaT ! .! Church Notices. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. r HE REV. F. LAWSON WILSON will officiste at St. Paul's, Eurai, next Sunday morning, and at St. Duh st?i's, Violet Town, in the evening. *WESLEYAN CHURCH, EUROA. SSUNDAY, JNE 14TH, 1885. THE REV. GEORGE DANIEL (Ex prsin president oft the Conference). will preach, morning at 11; evening at 7. . PRELIMINARY NOTICE. (MRS.) J. E. BISHOP, CoAcIBUIL5ERa and. WHEELW RIGHT, ' BEECHWORTH, BEGS" to -announce- her' intention' of B?.REMOVING her BUSINESS to EUROA. ; Particulars next issue. - SHIRE OF EUROA. PLANS f the SHIRE, price 5s. can be obtained oni application to the Sec retary or by enclosing Postal note for that amount. By Order,' SA:: '.'AND. WHITE,' Shire Hall, . - Secretary. Euroa, March 12, 18...

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MELBOURNE MARKETS. Wednesday, June 10. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 12 June 1885

MELBOURNE MARKETS.' Wednesday, June,10. . Fat Cattle.-Themarketwasmoderately supplied, 1,468 head- having been yarded, consisting chiefly of second quality, with a small portion of prime. There was a brisk demand, and'all good lots sold at prices from 10s to 15s per head ii advance of last quotations: Prime 1pens 6fbullocks ieklised from £12 10s to£15, according to weight ; good do, from £10 to £1110s ; second do, from '£7 10s to' £8 10s';' iiferior, fromn£5 10s. Primepens of 'cows; from £8 10s to £10 2s6d ; good do, from £7 to .£8 ; middling and inferior, from £4. Fat Calves.-220 " were yarded, the majority of w'hich -were suited'to trade re quirements. There was a firm demand, and last: week's rates were. nmaintained. Best sold at 60s to 80s; good, froin 40s to 50s ; second from 25s to 35i': inferior, from l5s. Fat Sheep. -13,200 were penned, con sisting chiefly of crossbreds, a large pro portion of which were prime and good.;: for such the demand was dull at abouit last quotation...

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News Items. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 12 June 1885

! " W le w N t e m . - .. , - . *A discussion has -taken place in .the House of Commons, on the subject of Maori grievances. . iNo decision has been arrived at with regard'to the renewal of the Irish Coercion Act. Sir Julius Benedict is dead. Aged 81.. iViolent earthquakes still continue: in the State of Cashmere, swallowing up h6oises, and causing- enormous damage.to' property. ; . ' .- i,, :., . .:. ; .St. Peterur "Jsbur Journal announces thi asssasination of the AmeerAbdurrah The teinis, of. the " Penjdeh- incident" will ,be .settleld by arbitration. Kin' Christian of Denmark las?boeen chosen arbitrator. , . The claplains at Suakin are reading the burial service from morning to night. "'. :The N.Z. Goverinment have now decided that only iarried men between the ages of. 17 and 30 shall be called out for exercise ard drill. A church edifice for the Chinese is about to he built atBotany.- . -Mr Hart, of the Main"road, Ballarat, on Monday shot a large sized fox at Yen don. iAbraham S...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 12 June 1885

IMPORANT .. P UBLIC .. NOTICE. E1URiOA TRADING :- COM1PANY . Has much pleasure in informing the Inhabi itants of Euroa Shire that he has PURCHASED the Business lately carried on by THE EUROA TRADING COMPANY, and intends to continue the same. Ernorious Stock GROCERY i' DRAIPERY'........ DAIRiY PRnODUCE, BOOTS, SHOES, . , . . . _. _ ETC. Las been acquired at an EXTRAORDINARILY LOW FIGURE, and therefore we are able to AB ? IIITIIERTO IN x-THE DISTRICT. The Store is literally packed with IIGII-CLASS GOODS - EVERY DEPARTMENT, and, in order to make room for ihea Opening Up of a! Superb Stock Of WINTER DRAPERY, it is imperative t2at DURING the NEXTT FEW WEEKS SWHOLESALE CLEARANCE Must lie effcted. All Goods will be marked in Plain Figures and will be Considerably Less than , M .elbourne Prices;? Tbe.e.advinitages c~n only be offered to CASH CUSTOMERS, as the Low Pricb mrecude iur Blking and we" GUARANTEE ENTIRE A".!','i : SATI SF TI -. LATEST FASHIONS. Note thl e Addiess, .EUROA TRADING CO...

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The Caniambo and Gowangardie Coursing Club. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 12 June 1885

The Canilambo anda Gowan wurdle Coursinw Club. The Caniambo and Gowangardie, Cour sing held clubt heir first meeting on Wed nesday and Thursday, in Messrs Tredley's paddock, Pine Lodge, and Grattan's, Gowangardie. The weather was excellent. the attendance large, and the hares were plentifulandran very strongly. Mr Maher acted as judge, and Mr Quinlan as slipper. It is intended to hold another meeting in a few weeks. Appended are the re sults : C u?n-useo and Gow ?O nDIE STAKES, for 16 all ages . £1 10s each. Winner, '£12; second, £6; third and. foirth, £3 each. P. Hehir's bk d Pat M'Grath, by Tubil Cain--Topsy,. beat G. Preston's f w d Trump, by.Talbot--Dove. - Win. Harper's bk b Stranger beat -H. "H. Turnley's bk w, b Billet Doux, by Billy the Nut-Needle. H. HL Turnley's r or f w d Tremaufdo, by the Denion --Zoo, beat Thos. Boxhall's f b Little Queen, by Brindle-Queen. ,D D aloy's f b alermnid,. by Magic Fly, beat P. Quinlan'sbk wd Tradition, by Damascus-Docy Juan. P. Castle's bk d...

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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, 12th JUNE, 1885. "A THING OF BEAUTY IS A JOY FOR EVER." [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 12 June 1885

Sh4 dmueris r PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNINTG. "Let all the ends thou air'st at be thy Country's, 27?y God's, and Truth's.' .RIDAY. 12th JUNE, 185. "A THING OF BEAUTY IS A JOY FOR EVER." THERE cannot possibly be a difference of opinion in the matter of street tree planting. The useful, as well as the ornamental, advantages to be gained from this source are universally recog nised, and in,- the older and more populous centres the various governing bodies are displaying deep interest in' theplanting of their streets, for shade and other purposes:. ,In. the city of Sandhurst alone it is 'calculated that' forty miles of streets have bee? 'planted on both sides, in addition to the various parks- that have been stocked. To a Bendigonian of the olden days, the transformation would be truly wonder ful; and?business men iiaid"iardiid?-ifW that city are not only grateful for the cool -shade afforded, but redognise the beneficial effects of the tree planting on the dust clouds whish so frequen...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 12 June 1885

--iOR ,"": ; ["!!rMa d o:: r^ u lý fadooZ' rý0 PAPER.-,AQS, TE0 i A! kAPERS, STATIONERY,'&c., "ADVERTRYISTHE.. I O e "AD VEftTISXIV"Of0ce rro!f blodar~TEP, nuco 5 Mi; .IRQNMONG1ER.i I .41 ,_1; as always on 'hand for salod ..:,e.. ;, . ,...GROCERIES -i- ? " ,. , . . "of.all kiuls.,I,: ' BEST"Q U "IITY, Buiding m terzal" , ,,n . ,::cks ' , a Fencin" r i? ir(best rmands.) A"entifor tihe 'N ,\T zXL,?L : ,OAD ' IOXN A 'ND MIERCANTIhLE ..:'AGh'NCY, :CO S- er.:,, t .l,:.o?:n ::e I::. tjl..':r Ca?h Ad.vancea madeagain.t inGrai, and Wotlh c~lur Agenlt for the , Commercial, `Union Fire Urainceld iiocicty. MUTUAL ASSE: URANCESOCIETY . . OF:VICTORIA:. S .'gent for M'Corin a ,c - ih Rapere and ..Twite.... a' O T_ :;T:;Ti OderIan .,:, .... Agricultural ImplementE, DOBIE'S SEED(SOWER, PET ERBEY'S I DOUBLERI LCTION C. O IIkURNS;,ri .. he rmoetettLlabbuoSaving Churn " Known. .<l -Cash Buyeref all aTr1 Prnd" ,'' FRUIT TREES 'T'MELBOU R.NqE EOs Ti. S0oa esiR Noc . ,IUTUAL ASSURANCE ...

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VIOLET TOWN STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 12 June 1885

VIOLET TOWN STOCK SALE. Messrs Slee, Ogilby, and Co.,reort : 'We held our usuial st6c-Ealo at Violet Town'on Monday last, and continued on Tuesday. There was a good attendance,. and the sale, both for stock and prices, 'was the best we.have held at Yiolet-Town. Sheep.-Aboit'-1500 yarded,' the greater part being placed, cross-bred ewes bring ing up to 8s. Wc.solda lot of 277 on ac count of MIr J. Wallace, and 552 for r F. Whitfield, Caniaimbo. Cattle.-About 400 yarded.- arid:nearly. all -moved: off, at higher. average prices .thane at Friday's Euroa sale. ~ Beef bihronilt op td"£7 5s; store steersiup to ; 5. !Calvbs. -?A keen enquiry existedi and prices rangedto £2 Ls. The local.mill.reports having purchased during'the week about 120,lgs of.whcat and 100 bags of ats at the follewin' prices :- Wheat, 3s 5dl to 3s Gd; oats, 2s 5d to 2s Gd; barley, 5s 2d. ,, , Mr G;.- LrcDeBbos' rppoits prices locally as follows.- , .... ,. .Freshi.btittil's to is 2d: ' Eggs, Is Gd. Fowls, 2i t:;.8 p.er...

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LOCAL MARKETS EUROA MONTHLY STOCK SALES. Thursday, May 11. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 12 June 1885

LOCALl'MARKETS EUROA MONTHLY ! STOCK'. SALES. .ThuIsdayI May 11. Messrs J. H. Teague and, Co. report. We yarded 880 head of cattle. Best bullocks sold to £7 17s Gd, cows to£713s. .Tlhe qihlity W yarded- 'veryb-gold;=but' prices were lower all round. Sheep, 6000 ,yarded,. which, met a very dull sale.. We 'sold fat-slicep up to lls 3d,, store wetli~rs to 8s and other'-lines at, proportionate rates. ,Horses: demand dull; we sold up to I"30 per pair for buggy horses. Messrs SleeJOgilby, and Co., report: We held our usual monthly sale on Friday last at Euroa: when" deipite thlie unfavor able weathlir, there was a laige attenidaice 'of buyers; aid the coriipetition'throughout was keen and spirited,.' The following are our quotations:--Cattle.-About 600 in; descriptions ranging from prime to inferior, ^ihd nearly, the whole were placed at good prices. Fat battle realised ip to £7 1C-s, stores up to £6 k--We sold 170 head, mixed lots, on account of Mr Patrick Hehir, KiU ia Wllwhich aveniged...

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Moglonemby Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 12 June 1885

J1loglonemby Jottings. BY "INCOG." Time -830.m., last Saturday. Tempera ture-about40° Fahrenheit. Scene-Bush o paddockinMoglonemby. DramatisPersone -Yours truly, and a town friend, notlong out. We were tramping along, conver sing upon various topics, occasionally blowing the tips of our fingers toreaniniate them to some. extent, not unfrequently making use of some cool expletive, to ease our 'minds I 'suppose---regarding the frigid state of the atmosphere. Amongst other' things the conversational topics turned on the pheoiomenon' recorded in the "Advertiser" on Friday. My friend was somewhat sceptical on the matter, and I confess I was forcibly reminded of a story I heard many years ago, when I read of the horse jumping over -the shadows of the trees. The story runs,-that a number of gentlemen were returning home rather late one evening, or early one'morning-I forgot which, just now and they came to a sheet of water, over which it was necessary for them to pass. Now, none of them we...

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Euroa Shire Council WEDNESDAY 10TH JUNE, 1885. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 12 June 1885

Zurearo Jbrre:Couanell WED'cESDAY "1O icJ , 1885. Present : The PresidAt, ahdCrs. Birkett, Noelands, Duncgia, Crosbie, and Hehir, The minutes of last meeting were read and confirmed, and .the.r outgoing.eorres pondence was appiov d.o o R-ro vs: - The'.President ~eported on the action takeon bytlihe deputaition appointed at the bist'meetifig bf'thiCotl uncil" toir;ii?ced to Melbourne in reference to various public works. :: " CoRae.qProNDFcCE. SFrom th' Local Board of Health, ac knowledging receipt of health officer's report, and stating that an officer would shortly visit Euroa; also, drawing atten tion to several foul portions of the town ship of Euroa.-Received. From the Treasury, Melbourne, stating that the Shire account had been passed for payment.-Received. From Central Board of Health, enclos ing' complaints re the defective drainage of Railwaystreet.-Received and referred to the Inspector of Nuisamces. From Department of Public Works, in reference to the road deviation at Nug...

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Agricultural Societies Grants in Aid 1884-5. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 12 June 1885

A.rieC.:ulturua. i iMelCeti0s Grants In Aid 1?M4-a. The following is the list of societies subsided by Governmnent :-Apsley, £141 103; Ariirrat; £184 7s 8d ;'BiBcchus Marsh, £86 16s 8d; Baccus- Marsh, Ballen, .. £113 4s 7; Bailrnesllo, £161 10s G6d e "ufo, a I1- arnal..so. £196 53 .;. Belfast, £167,13s Gd ;. Benalla,' £927 19s 2d; Bendigo, £501 3s 10d;. Boort, £208 2s,Gd,; Buln Buln, £136 8s Gd ;Charltoin, &c, £152 19s 2d ; Chiltern, &c., £125 Os 9d; Coleraine, £170 13i d; Danderiong, &c., £168 18s Gd ; Dimboola, &c., £73 14s9d ; Donald District, £137 14s 9d'; Dunolly District, £66 4s 2d ; Echuc, £373 1Ge; Elinore, £65 13s ; Ge long, &c., £42,.l9s.'d ;. Glendaruel, &c., £224 15 .4d;G ippjsland N6rtlh;170'Os Gd; do. South, £131419s Od; Glenlyon, &c, £138 5s; iHamiilton., £30890 lOd; Hainden, etc.,, £182 13.i d ; Hardies ,Hill; etc., £139 3 11d ; Heatheot,.£131 8s; Her shlin, etc., £166 19s .2d; Kaniva, etc., £73 11s Gd; .Kilmore...

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Local Land Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 12 June 1885

Local Eanld sale. On Wednesday the 3rd instant, a land sale, in fee simple, was conducted by "Mr E. T. Dunn, land officer, at the Court house, Benalla: There was:a large atteni dance of buyers, and, with one exception, the whole of the lots submitted were dis posed of. Below we give the result of the sale : SPECIAL LOTS. Parish of Moglonemby, County of Dola tite.-Adjoining the holdings of Messrs. Robinson, Faris, iand Shields. - Upset price, £1 5s per acre. Ciarge fsr iurvey, £2,6s. Lot 14. Area 45a Or 28p, allot ment .150 section C-Mary Faris, upset price. t : "Parish of Euroa, County of Delatite. Adjoining Mr J. Barton's holding. Upset price, £1 5s per acre, . Charge for survey, £1. Lotli. Area 19~ 2r 23p; allotment 3 E section G.--John Barton, upset price. Parish of Samaria, County of Delatite; mient 9GA. Adjoining holding of Mr Evan James, and opposite that of Mr E. Thistleton. Upset price, £1 6s per acre. Charge for survey £1. Lot 17. Area 8a 3r Op, allotment 140 c.--Lot 16, Th...

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Violet Town Police Court. Tuesday, June 10th, 1885. (Before Messrs Wyatt, P.M., Linard, and Crocker, J's.P.) DEBT CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 12 June 1885

Violet Town Police, Court. Tuesday, Junie ?lOth, 188 5. (Before Messrs Wyatt, ,P.M. Lihard, and ' Crockr, J's.P.) DEBT CASES. . Ann Hoskinson v. William McLennan, £2 11s, wheat sold-and delivered. The case was dismissed, without costsi iii con sequdnce of'the summunsis being. taken out in the wrong name. . . Dr. Tuthill v. .Kate, Divoren: £510s. medical attendance. Mr Turner appeared for the plaiutiff' ':No appearai?c of de fendant. Order for the anount, with £1 6s costs.;.; -SULTthGO, LA2NGUAGE.I , , Moss v.=Waters ' aid' Wateirs v. oss : Insulting language. Mrf Brown appeared for the plaintiff: Mr?~ O'Leary for" the de fendant. The, caseswere heard together. Isaac MIoss, a dairyman, residing at 'Four Mile Creek, on oath, deposed -that bno the 10th M'arch, at the Violet Vown races, defendantaccused hismofwri'it letter, -suL s• occasion the guage was re peated, and. Waters was taken away by the constable. To Mr Leary: I admit calling defen dant very nmuch out of his? name. Irtold i ...

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Gazette Notices. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 12 June 1885

Gazette Notices. The destruction of the following animals is prohibited :-The native cat, domestic cat (run wild), and the iguana, in consequence of their being the natural enemies of rabbits. Applications for licenses approved : Edwin Rich, 54a, Pranjip ; Peter Erick son, 100a, Monea South ; Alfred Guppy, 320a, Goomalibee ; Chas. Mooney, 320a, do.; Mary Burness, 320a, do. ; Hy. Bur ness, 320a, do. ; Wm. Morley, 150a, Gowangardie; Agnes L. C. Burness, 320a, Goomalibee; . Henry C. Guppy, 320a, Goomalibee ; John Vidler, 29a, Gooram Gooram Gong; Wm. Boyce; 20, Lima; Robt. Murray, 220,; Warrenbayne; Annie Wiebye, 139a; Euroa ; Martha H. Pamfrey, 160a, Tamleugh ; John McLiver, 192a, Arcadia. Lydia Sherring 20a, Borodomanin; Jonathan Pemberton 20a, Boodonmanin. Application for :grant approved. George Moore 19a 3r 38p Tamleugh. Application , for license approved. Johanna Shinnick, 40a, Boorolite.

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