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Karramomus. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 19 June 1885
Karramomus. (rýFLO OUR OWN CORaESPOsODES.) There is not much matter of public in terest here to chronicle since my last. We had a welcome change in the weather, in the shape of a good downpour of rain; it quite exceeds my powers of calculation this time. It is rather soon to see any of the effects, but, no doubt, it -will prove beneficial, as it was badly wanted.l 'After the rain. cleared - away, some:of the old farmers might be seen with'smiliing faces, taking a quiet stroll around.their fields ; and Isome of ihem could actually see the youdg corn brealking through the ground, at the. rate of ii'sixteenth ;of an inch to .the inhinite ; so if.it'keepso:bi at that pace. -well; I'don't ?think .:we will be' liay makizig this month. ::i.-. :;`For the last:.montli or two we 'have had iplenty of pnniiomenmnaof.the sno?wn-storm? type, so ably doscribed by ':Inco'g,'l last week ;:and, moreover; we, have had a big fo, which, lasted a couple, of ,.days, so thick.that' a friend, of mine remark...
Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 19 June 1885
CoImmaertamL Eg The undermentioned Q'uolflonl or Live Stock, Dairy Produce, etc., are the very latest obtainable, and Every Figure -is nuaranteed ABSOLUTELY CORRBCT -to: the Auctioneers' Qudtations. Farmers and Graziers may therefore place implicit con li ence in our Market Reports. We have alto made arreagements for-e: -tended reports of the Monthly Stock Sales -of the district, which wvill appear among ate Commercial Intelligence.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 19 June 1885
FOR PAPER ?3A1S, . ? . .r e ,t~ T s , ? : :. 7 1 1 STATIONERY, :&c, ?i :AFERTIS;RW ! -hOff?c ~ Gon:,.. l : s ' .lan Em i 0, Genera,1iStorekeeper, :Has always on hand fore.ale; .:cI: .:.GROCERIES. :r?" .?.?:_-,: b..I tr l.i.. 1 a ...k:i :t al;lk d ] QElS T QTU 'XA T . " .... Building .materials, .L. x Cron....e.. Irn, I" . - : ; Lime? .iti,:lm-r-.:? ,c Fenung w bent brads.) NEW ZEALAND L'OA2N(AND MERCANTILE, .,AGENCY :CO M" elbourne ... .'y:.. Cash A.dvance' piaideai n Grain and Wool. ., Agent for the. Comit'ercial ;I~nlon'' Fire' = felI ournf, . . Ageint.foi :the , MUTU~L~kSSURA-NOE SOOIETY SOFvICTORIA.d " Agent for M'Coirmack Reiper and.. Twii". Biude;ind &ther .. including: " . : :. DOBIE'S SEEDIrSOWER, PETER BEY'S1DOUBLU1 ACTION. The moatjLabour Saving Chua~ '". Cast Buyer0fall-Farm;ro.,i Pr FRUIT- TREES AT MELBOURNE : : PRIOES. Oa' Tie "- S' rear Sedi NoioicaE MUTUAL A'SSURA.NCE" 80-1-' CIETY OF :VICTORIA"(LMia?) Head.Olfice ' 79, Little Collins stroeet,'West Mel...
Avenel. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 19 June 1885
_i_ A neI i t [vrox o05 owsW conRe ro oENT: - On Satuiraylast,our boys met Ni?ambie in the footballarena, "Naganibio brilging a very'formid ible team of 20, who nearly all! appeared in proper knickerbocker costunie,'ai nd resenteda very haudsilom appearanceO Avienl: could not muster a full team,. in the" first iilf playing only ffteen nnien so that-with a handicap ofveo mten,they we?e noitblo toliold thdirbown, and when half time was called, the gamee stood at-Na~unbie 1 goal 6 behinds Avernel?hbehinds. -l/In 'the seeiud.'.hadf; with three additional men, matters were more equal,. Avenel gainiing .1 goal and 1 behindtto NNigaiibie's 2 behiids ; a'every hardly-contcsted gayne terminatingin favor of Nagambie by 5 behinds. A peculiar. feature of .the gatne .was 'a .pleasatly disputed goal, which some of your football readers couldi pospibly, settle. . .';:'?: Ii pliyer kicking the goal in dispute, had his left foot over the boundary, the ball being close iisidile`-th'e :umipire awarded...
Shepparton Water Trust. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 19 June 1885
Sheppsarton waiter T rust: At aný.t xtriiordinary' ?ietiig :of.itho Sheppartonn Water_ Trust; at -Wunghnu, the following busiiness interesting to this district was traisacted.-:? '-° ' - ' T'HE P\LE'LODGE WEIR SCorn Condwell rep orted that eu tation, conzsistin' of thie Cliairriai, Cr, Craze, anid himse lf, had wited. upont the Minister of Water Supply; and had-been. auithorised to proceed it once with the clearing of the Pine Lodgechannel. ,?He. would therefore .move that Mr Boyd be instructed to call for tenders for the work. Com.Morgan considered the deepening of ,the,Pine Lodge channel to be, a very urgent and necessary pndertaking, and would secbnd the motion:: Carried:, 4 iBUROKE. CREEK WErS. A A'lettei whichluia.Tfben referred to the Trust by the -Shir' Coulicil from the INathalia Vigilance Cominittee, requesting that sluice gates be placed upon the 'weirs at -Nathalia-and- Kaariba; (Kilplatrick's) was then considered: - It was resolved to' ,ll'nders ,for con struction of slu...
Football. CASTLE CREEK V. EUROA. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 19 June 1885
.CASTLE CREEK.v. EUROA. A great deal of dissatisfactipn was ex pressed by the. Castle .Creek footballers .on Saturday last, when they-found them selves tha sole possessors of the racecourse ft two o'clock, theo hour announced for the commencement of the above match. Aftor over half-an-hour's waiting, during which time not a single representative of ,of the Euroa team put in an appearance, .sides were chosen, and a scratch match started. About 3 o'clock a few memiers of the local club reached the ground, and shortly after a team was. formed. The scratch- match was stopped, and after a brief breathing-space play was re-coom -menced, Euroa .playing 15 inen totheir opponentsa 19?1 On the ball being kicked off; it was -immediately rushed down in close proximity to:. the Castle Creek goal, where things:were mnade very lively for a few minutes,;-.o irini to the Euroa playors,being all fresh, but, after the first bludshlmatters were smoreuequalisedand the oial tavelled all over the ground v...
The Man at the Corner. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 19 June 1885
The Ma 'm at'the Cornes. As' -the" weather usually forms the initial topic colloquially, so also, in literary circles, it supplies matter for many I sa' Impecunious genny-a-liner, who haw o merely to drop his griappling-irons into d this inexhiustible well of information to f- fish out, something never seen nor heard ; of before by " the' oldest inhabitant." What a time of it. that venerable indivi dual must have, and.what.a tremendous ,f list of stornsh he has successfully wea i, thered, at each succeeding one shaking his .- head oracularly, and declaring that he a " never saw the likes afore." In' hot, cold, 1e muggy, foggy, stoney, or fine weather, Sthe poor follow is trotted out, and the ,. ancient lips repeat the worn-out formula, d with the salun pertinacity with which -e King Lear's" companion persisted in is asserting "Poor Tous's a-cold." It really is too bad to take advant go of old age :d and senility in this manner, and bespeaks. to a lack of invenition scarcely creditab...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 19 June 1885
Painter afd Palperhabgera - 4Coase Painter aue & a i riter ANDERSON STREET, EUROA. - C OMIEIERCL?I Travellers, and others will always find.AIPLE accomFmo dation at M'SHANE'S Hotel, Cowslip street, Violet Town. The' b"':oomins which are clean and comfortable areaway altogether from the bar, and havea nicely furnished sitting roomiadjoining." -. " Good Liquors, Billiard table, Bath-room. .,Good Stabling . STRATHDOGIE SAWMILLS. Sawn Timber, of any length and sae, supplied at the shorteat s otice. ; ; :c FullPParticula bfron - W. NE.E-TA-NDS, EUROA. GEOMG Z AJIRU TT, LICENSED. CARRIER, EUROA LL ORDERS leftwith Mr A J. Neill will. receive prompt Attention. Firewood" in Any t Quantities. FuRNITURE REMOVED.. IMISSES YOXON, DRESS MAKERS .AND XMIN'Ra -. (Late of Melbourne.) HTAVING commenced Business at Railway-streeti Euroa. Respet.e fully solicit a share of the patronage of the above Town and surrounding district. All orders promptly executed in latest style and best of work. TH 0 ...
The Glenrowan Tiger. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 19 June 1885
S.The Glenrowan Tiger. The festive tiger lis, it would appear, returned to his old harunts, after hamng picnicked at Burwood, on Thursday. The Wangaratta Chronicle wrote on Monday. -The now notorious tiger has been. seen, it is -iloged, on the Glenrowan road about two nuiles'from the'railwy' stnt'ia byMr. 'G. Patterson, the :tiiisiliari'? was going through the fence into Mr. Twemley's paddock; making towards the ranges On arriving at Glenrowan, Mr. Pattersobi informed Mr. W. H.I Peard a'nd tliat gentleman at once 4 rocised his rifle,. id set off in puruimt. He dis coviestedthke animal's tracks oni the .road, but did not see the tiger himself. 'Mr. Peard is fully convinced that the marks he saw were those of an. animal of the feline species, and most probably those of the tiger. . Before starting:` r:" Peard' informed the Glenrowan police of the f at of the tiger being near at hhnd, but these gentlemen appear not to hay've itroubled. theumselves about the mattr; most proba : rly bdca...
Regulations for Rifle Clubs and Mounted Rifles. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 19 June 1885
Regulations for Rifle Clubs and Mounted Rifles &nbsp; &nbsp; The Executive. Council at its meeting on Tuesday approved-of regulations &nbsp; submitted by the Minister of Defence for the government of rifle, clubs; and the &nbsp; regulation of mounted rifles.. The following are the principal provisions` contained in tho regulations. 'Rifle Clubs:-Rifle clubs may, on the &nbsp; recommendation of the Council of Defence,. be established in such localities as may be authorised by the Governor in Council Before any club can be formed the rules, and not less than twenty names must be submitted for approval. Members must take an oath binding, themselves to serve in the defence force for three years on land or sea and in the event of national emergency shall be engaged to serve with the militia. Clubs, if desirous, may. be &nbsp; affiliated with particular battalions. &nbsp; honorary members need not take the oath specified. Clubs nay b...
Arrival of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 26 June 1885
Aiarival of iLM aiI. MrLurs arrive at the EuroaPost Office as Iollows : From Gooram, Merton, Doon, MIain danlple and Mansfield, at 5.20 p.m.,. Sun dlays excepted. From .nmieson;'oMondays,Wednesday, and Fridays, at 5.20 p.m. From Miopoll,?" Miepoll" South, Kai ranomous South, on Mondays, Wednes days, andFiridiys at0 da-i. Riggs' Creek, Tuesdays and Fridays, 11.30 a.m. From Slionm's Cr;a , Strathbogiei, an Strathibogie West, on Wednesdays and Saturdays,. at 5.30 p .... From Balmattum, Mondays, WVeddes days, at 5 p.m. . From Mutglonomby, Thursdadys, at 5 0elbourne up and J n train, daiy, at 10.17 ale. . Melbourne up tnrain, daily it 7 pcm. Down tiain daily, at 6.la pain.
EUROA POST OFFICE. Departure of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 26 June 1885
EUROA POST- OFFICEj yecpartuare «of fails. LLan.s closo at the Eioa Post Oflice 'as follows:- Foor Gooamm, Morton, Doon, ý Main dample, and Mansfield at 11 a.m. daily, Sundays excopted. Fcr Jamieson, Tuosdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 11 a.m. For Miucpll, Micpoll South (loosebag), and llKarraimrGn:u, South Mo ndays , tWd ncsdays and Fridays, at 11 a. m. For Slhe:'s Creek (looso lag), Strath bogie, and,Strathboie .West (loose bag). on Wednosdays anid Saturdays, at 11 a.m. For Balnattumn, Mondays, Wedncs das, and Frida:ys, at 11 am. liggs' Creuk- Tuesdays and Fridays, at li a.um. For Melbourne up and down train, daily at 9.40 a.m. For Melbourn utp and down trains, daily, at 5.30p..ii.
Notes & Queries [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 26 June 1885
ITrT "''?:o'eS "A Queries '("y'lW - FAIR ROSAIMOND.-Your account of the Euroa tiger. lacks' circumstantiality, but; don't despair. We will give a good. round. sum for a ffull-grown mani-eater. OCAR WILDE sends alonga_ poem, commencing," "Where is that blooning tiger " None of your larks, with usi Osciia; if you had to be up lalf the "nilht pitohing bootjacks at them, you would be bald also. . . . . .. " , "Is the council' doing anything towards securing the strip of land facin; thie rail way station, which isito' broaden Railway street ?" S"Will the shire engineer plase iaiorm' me when we may expect those fniiieposts whlicL were ordered abblittoi:y.eas ago 1" -'Rumnor'liis it thltll [r h lee hasbeen' .invitde'o stand' for, the central iding. :--Is it true? " Mr Slee should prove a valuablo 'aicquisition to our council, occupying, as Ihe has for, years, the position of presideint of the shire of Newstead.' ,:, I i, -j., " 'The cricket ground is again overrun with..goeatsi', calves,d?...
DAIRY PRODUCE. HIDES ETC Wednesday, June 24. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 26 June 1885
DAIRY PRODUCE. HIDES ETC Wednesday, June 24. Messrs M'Kay and M'Donald report: We held our usual auction sale to-day, and give below detailed report of actual sales effected:-Cheese firm at 6Gd to 7d, for best; mediumto good; 5d to Gd; inferior lower. Potted Butter: The market. iE very firm for first class-lines. We sold a large line under the hammer for Mr John Calary, Langly Park, Moorabool, at Is 1d per Ib, and several other lines at Is Olk and Is per lb; mediium 10d to id;: in ferior lower, according to quality. Fresh Butter: A fair supply to hand, principally from first-class dairies. The brands being well-known, competition was very keen. Our highest went to Mr Langmire, at it 81d per Ib; 2nd Mr P. M'Donald, Nagami bie, Is 8d, 3rd lay between Mr Cuasck, of Euroa, and Mr Maxfield, of Flynn's Creel Gippsland, at Is 7Ad; 4th, Mr Ginnivan, Benalla, Is 7d. We note that prices were firmer all round .to-day. for fresh butter. An advance of 2d per lb' was .realised. Eggs easier, from ...
Euroa Police Court. Friday, June 19th, 1885. (Before Messrs Wyatt, P.M., and Gibson, J.P.) DRUNK. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 26 June 1885
E.. roa Police .Court. i 'Friday, Juine 19th, 1885.' (Before Messrs Wyatt, P.M , ard Gibsoni !' - J.P.) .... DRUNSK.. i -, .. ??Oho Jwas charged :with .drunken ness and obscenely exposng his: person Fined 10s. - DEBT . U Charles Walker ,.,W... N. Morriss: Debt, £16. Mr Turner appeared for tli comiplaimiant. Case adjourned ora forlt" night. Griifell v.:iMcMaster-s:.,Action for-i £2 2s'5d, service of a horse. Mr -Turner for complaiiiant, Mr Lanrock for, defendant. Plaintifft who is a farnier' residinig at Branjee, stated-that 'he 1had madoae,rii agreement with M3Mastersain reference to the sale of a horse,., whereby £7 "was paid at the time, and a fuirther suti of £2 2s id, for service. was to havo'ibeen paid oi the 1st June, which was sued for. Thomas Grenfell, son of the plaintiff, gave corroborative evidence. For the dofence, MeMasters swore that the £7 paid had included all charges;, and tihat no'agreement had.been entered. into as to the chancesiofftthe iiarre provingin foal. Ver...
European News. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 26 June 1885
" eu ' rope.'n^ ws» The Ministerial crisis'ini Englandl has at'lnigth b?eene'?settled 'by?the 'definite acceptance of: office byý the 3,Maroiiis of Salisbury. Until thlelIast thlere'appeared. to be great probability. that he: would resign the.:ta-k, and -that' the.Liberal party wouldretuirn to -power, .with the chance tliat' r Chiilders; whose budget halA beenj r ,jected, would retire from the Ministry. Eentuially,' howerer. arrangenients--have been made&' 'hic~l enable Lord Salisbiufyto enter office:' Now that ?he w'ar with Chia'Vias beednb lirodght to a conclusion, France.is agai"n turning her, kttention :tb Maida gascar: iA warl.credit. of. 2,000,000 francs has been voted,and itis:intended to despatch reinforcemients to the' e.tent of 3000 men. s The latest cableniTws.:froin Eng'and with resicct to tlie'political'crisis tedli to tlioassumption that the difficulties ifi tlieway. of tthe Salisbury" -Mmistry will ba removed. Our London corres ,pondett' states that Mr. Gladst...
Parliamentary. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 26 June 1885
- 1arlasaentary. The roiein' policy of the Mifistisy was somnvihat rev ceely handled by Mri Harper during a speech on.the address in: reply on Tuesday,which may claim to be' thiT'obst°sweep?rig codiddinnation o6f the action of-tthe Go, rn;iirent withi"respect. to the annexation. of. ew Guinea, the federation of the colonies,:the proposed: despatchl of" Victoirisentroopd?i :'tolithe Soudan, and th reciroe y treaty with Tasmania::,- that :has ibeen heard. ?in. Parliament- since the ' coalition '. Speaking as a'. :'ddiadid ?friend," Mr Harper said thatilinisters seemed to think-:that' the,.OCentral Governor hbad gone to the asntipodes,, andýthat.Mel bourne was the.eentre .eoftli.? universe. He consid red -'tlh the6 ilspa?chie 'of the Premier in 0connection_ with the annexation eof ew Guinea., and. the Ensbling Bill evinced symp git"oms strong disloyalty, and totally misrepre sented the views of .he people ?.f the colony. The language was, at all events, iiot calcuilated to improve the ...