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Gowangardie and Upotipotpon. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 26 June 1885

Go-wan~ au din e anl. Upott Tims,, reslchii,-lnmvin" businesars rela" tions.with the.- Canianbo stores are thlratened with serious inconvenience iunless a blidgebe thrown across the creek by .the shire couticil shortly., For sonme time the public have been able; by tiaki~'g a cu'tacross Mesars Hogan's -paddocks, -to cross the creek without niich'idifficilty, but, I hear, those 'gentlemen ar aabZut" to close their land, the results of whichu will be that a journey of-between.~3 i-nd .4, miles will have to be undertakenoby foot passengers before they can reach\ the opposite side of. the-stream. -A liridge would cost very little, a?nd *be i:.a great public convenence.: : . - .. ;I hear that' a teacher has. at last been appointed.for the new. chool at Ulitipot pon, Miss Catfield being, .I blieve, the lady's.nanm. The young men are o on 'tl ',Tigers now; are considerd' itlhe thing.", and no district is conforLtble withoutone. We have been languishing, here, for., some timie,but at last w...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 26 June 1885

Commercial. &' The undermentioned Quotations for Live Stock. Dairy Produce, etc., are the very latest obtainable, and Every Fig lre is Guaranteed ABSOLUTELY CORRECT to the Auctioneers' Quotations. Farmers and Graziers may therefore place implicit'con fidence in our Market Reports.

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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The Man at the Corner. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 26 June 1885

S, ,The Ean ssat tile -corner. .-The return of the' A?ustralian contingen from. the Soudan should be among thos rare; chronicles which' are:snatched Iron the omnivorous wallet of Time, and stan as n e'evergreen monument for the deligh r of future generations.: But will it be so Alas I! fear riot. Theirfaiiio at presen resounds not only over th.:''coldnies, be throughout the civilised world, and 'th repertoire of versatile writers has beeo exhausted in praising the men and fore casting the pregnant results of. the nmove ment. It. is at present regarded, ani rightly so. as the most important.eveu which has over occurred in the life of tln Australian, but, Iveinture to predict, thai eri' tiwelve iiorits"hslav i 'passed, it" wil scarcely be considored!worthyof 'comnnent and in a 'few years, .s far as the masse are concerned, it will lie buried-in':itte oblivion. 'Of~' uxid official recoids 'wil preserve the tale, butthere' it will rest ii shade, lilde ii'dolicit flowier, aind .bloo, uns...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 26 June 1885

The Galhidhaslticenompletely wrecked off the Queensland coast: All hands saved. The Gordon ýjnatinee atjltho -, Olera House wk fairly attended, on -Monday night. A widow lady residing in Corksupports herself and..her-. hdusahold. by -teachinig navigation t o?lr lads. .Many of- them. come from T]g.vgP forltho benefit of her istruction, and a.jge number of success I candidates pass.out of her. hands.

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Gazette Notices. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 26 June 1885

Gazette 3oticeeM. The new ro~ulaitiois, under the Di)s cipline Act`are ssued6'as 3re als'o those for the pennranent foices, mbinted:rifles anid rifle clubs .; . . During "tl;c'ioth of ?May;'thero ere` 540S arrivals and 4753 ceparttures from The Avenel and Seymour town commons are about tbo'lie'bolished. . Applications" for liceniss "approved Richard Barron; 217; `Avenel. Applications for leases . approved. John Coghill, Goiuir, 98a 2r' 14 ; "A. McKernan:r mind J. =Barton, :executors :of the late John, Gilmer; 75a Or 18p,-I M~r raweeney; Edwini Tilley, Kialla, 76a 3r :8p ; A. Miethven, Pine. Lodge, I69a lr 3p; James Sage Karramomus, 168a 3r 9p, Richard T. Da'dy, Arcadia, 319a 3r 39p ; William Thomas, Boorlhiinan, 50a. i. Transfers: iegiste'rd.-Johln Rn X'Wil: liams, to;Stsin ·Williams" and William Runge, Piise Lodge 29a.: ., - . . .?. ..?,' ?

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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M.I.A. Entertainment. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 26 June 1885

M A.I A. Entertalnment. The social evening in conlnection with the usual change ofchairs' of the 'Euroa Mutual linprovement : Association, .took, place on Monday last, when the .Temper ence Hall was filled by a large and appre ciative audience. The chair was taken'by the new Presidentthe Rev.S.Scholes,who, in a few brief remarks; opened'th~r eiter tainment, and the followitg'programme was iresented, well-merited applause' being bestowed on most of the numbers: Overture (piano)Miss Hirti Dialogue, "The attractive young lady," members; Duet, "Ddniestic squabbles," Mr. and Miss Bar raclouh: song, "In happy moments," Mr. Main; address,.. "Disraeli,"., 'Mr. Wun. Neelands; isong, "Only a pansy blossomi" Miss Burrowes; address, "Advantages of mutual improveinent," Di." McCall. 'An interlude then took. place, ; during which the:members of the associatioin took the opportunity of presenting the Rev. J. Weir, B.A., the late president, .with a mementd of his office and a token of the etteem of...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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RAILWAY TIME TABLE. TRAINS leave Euroa DAILY as follows:— [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 26 June 1885

RAILWAY TIME I TABLE: 'TP.,.s leave Euroa DAuLY as, follows: For Melbourne at 10.17 a.nm., and 6.17 ;P.m. For Seymour and Shepparton lines at 3.17 p.m. For Benalla, Wangaratta, and Wodoaga

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Football. SWANPOOL V. VIOLET TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 26 June 1885

Football. -SWANPOOL V. VIOLET. TOWN.. .__niatch, supposed to be between mem bers'of the above clubs, took placefon the Benalla !ground on, Saturday last, but,, owi\mto the dampi weather prevaiilinig,' both teams were far short of'fuill strenigth, and had to.be made up from the spectators on the ground. This was unfortunate for Violet Town, as by some meanisseveral of the Benalla "cracks" found- their way into the ranks of the Swanpool contingent, notably Lasmrock. and Sadlier., The match could not possibly be takenas repre sentinig either place, and, we understand, it is intended to arrange for it match -to take place at WVarrenbayne, where the competitors will be properly matched. The play on Saturday was rough, and the ground being very wet and slippery, the usual mischances occurred, Grogan, of Violet Town,spraining his ancle at an early period of the game. The Violet Tow?i skipper wisely placed the major portion of his men as " backs," with instructions to prevent goals at all h...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 26 June 1885

THE "OSBOURNE" R.eaper & Twine Binder. This machine in its new formn was introduced by uq last season, and achieveda wonderfulsuccess. The. knot ting meclhanism-is so simple and strong that anyone can uriderstand and manage .it, and it-has no liihility to miss' knots, whichl has hitherto been sb fertile asource of annoyance and loss. For the coming season,; the. elevating canvase: are en larged, a. new\ style .of ;reel applied,.and m.any other valuable improvementesintro duced.:., . e:'s;sult of field trial at Lancfield , January; 1884, in a tall, heavy crop of irheat, somewhat grooen, and with a good deal of undergrowth :-Osborne, first, ;with -116.5' points; M'Cormick, 106.5 ; Horinsby, 102.75 ; Johnston, 100.25 ; Samuelson, 88.75.. .Our Improved Steam Threshing Plants, are- expressly designed for producing- a perfect sample from the driestand dirtiest. crops, and theiir capacity for .work'is ui equalled. We have also a few good ~econd hand plants at reduced prices. All ki...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 26 June 1885

S FINAL. NOTICE , A LL i Accounts due ,to. nme must SSttled before 1st 'July 'sioxt,' or proceedings will be --taken , for l'their recovery. F. S. NEALE. 0 ? Let, HOUSE to LET in Tarcombo Street, Euroa; 5 rooms, oven, water tilcn Stable if required. .Apply.; to MRS. CREE, Kirkhnid-street, Euroa., it ANTED a -AN-to shoot. oats on 7' the Cricket Ground. State price periead. Apply, TRUSTEES. ,TATANTED .Pupils for the Pianoforte,' .i c:, by . MISS,: BOARDMAN, ,Kirk land Street, near Railway Streot, Euroa. - .-.TE)T0S 6MODERATE. , LE C e?Mras (lati of Melbourne)` has openida %DINING and BOARDING HOUSE in Railway stret; ne.srKirkland street; EUROA,inid holpes by strict atton tioni fto: biisiuiess to imerit-, :s share :of patronage from the people of Euroa and surrounding districts.. Private room for Ladies.' Refreshiucuts etc., etc.' ? ":":? "" i ' :." - .PPUB LIC .NOTICE.. - A PUBLICMEETING will be held in - the State Sclho, BALMATTUM-on" TUESDAY the.30th INSTANT, at Half past ,Sevdn o'c...

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Chips and Splinters [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 26 June 1885

r Chpip, :nitt tpii teri s ` Gold discovered in SnowyRiis erdistrict. Great' excitement amoigistthei'settlers". L Tho:deatlh of, Admiral Courbet is an inounrided. SBaroni Manteuffel, Governior General of Alasce- Lorraine,is dead. Aged 70 years. .' Sf Califoinia is 'egarrded as the' wine country of the future. '''Lst Thursdryi was the' 70th anniver sary of the battle of Waterlo:.' " Therei are no less, ,than 1`00 ?steai? rs detained it Port Said'aisdS-Sdize oin, to the obstiuction to the i~aterwivy,"tlhrough the sinking of a dredge: :''" . ":A?ideeting of State school teachers was held at'Geelo. oni Satiird.'y, 'tSoi bisido?e the beariFig of the Public Service Act upon the professian. .:The' clebrated '.iolinist,Mons Remenyi, has.left for iAdelaidoe.: : 7 . 'A bouquet of flowers Ias been sent fromn Ireland; c eiitirely :codiiposed' of . dainty cambrio'handkerchiefs. :' -. Our kaingaroo .has been acclimatised .in OGerimiy The Rhinebreiezes agreese,, .The doiry "of the'Princess Beatric...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 26 June 1885

MRS. CARTER'S PFA1CY REPosITORY; KIRKLAD STREET, EUROA. . j[RS. C., begs to inform the public of ._ EUROAand district, that she has an EXTENSIVE STOCK of Fancy Goods, Statlonersy, & Confectisomery. Which she is offering at . M LBOU RNE': P RICE S Sewing Machines and Pictures.on Tim Payment. NEW GOODS! NE W .GOODS i 'L. Slonini at Melbourne House, VIOLET TOWN. A McKENZIE, .. ........... :.:. . ... iAS miuch pleasure in anoiuncing thathe has openeda a'" LARGE CONSIGNMENT Of WINTER GOODS I . Consisting of. eNew Blankets . . N ew Flannels ý..: 2 New Winceys n New Slietings. . m New Calicoes New Towellings New Dress Stuffs 1 New Millinery y Ni? Boots' !d New Shoes . 1o e ' New Watches: . a &c, &c., &c. Id ley rd, Every department is. fully stockei Nr with I. era SNEW & SEASONABLE., .GOOD0 100:- Of the most durable qiility. . , for .he ily k's 3d; am The Stock on hand is ,a large ant t varied one, amounting to over-' ks, =3000 o! :3000 o And contain...

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THE AGRICULTURAL SHOW. [TO THE EDITOR.] [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 26 June 1885

THE AGRICUULTURAL SHOW2 [TO TILE EDITO] *..-' DEAR Si,-It is very stisfactory .tonotes thle ?;q it:iatwhich t.apropnsd, Agriculiural and Pastoral Association has been taken tip.- As:one of,the-pro- visional conmitt.e I talke advanitnge ?f your open column to impress upon in tending 'subscribers the necessity for prompt action if a show is to be success "ully'accomplished this sea-oh: When first referring to this subject you re marked ' Better no show than a poor one.'.' ,/This I-trust is. tlhe opinion of every well' wisher, and Inam satisfied hat, with the ibllowin'g facts a'nd esti untes before you, you will agred that there .is no' satisfaecory :reason..why. a show cannot be carriedl through about the beginning, of Nmovember .in a'man per that 'will refiet credit on thiicylhole district. The difficulties to bie ovnr come aie the clearing'ahdlfencing of-the ground, erection? .of:?pens, etc.;: on;;an approved plan, and, lastly, the ,serious item of ?funds. The improVe;rhnrs to groun...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 26 June 1885

FOR PAPER AS, T'EAV ' STATIONERY, & TRY ? THE. .? "ADVERTIBXI" Office., W. ALLEN VY IO L T TOWr;i; General Storekeeper, IRONMOGELU Has aiviiys 6f'liaid for sale'a': , : , : ' . ,T· j . ' *,'aL: L,'. , !. 'u''' GROCERIES : : -oif all kiads; ",t. :,:, , - ., Building materialis,.,: ., -i ir , ".; . , 't, . Bricks, ' 1 ' .r,.,,: c,:.i? j,, . , -. , .,I ' . d.,,.'-f, !; 3 CcLim en Fencing wire; ,(bet brinids') SAgent for the ,:.;.:,.. NEW ZEALAND- LOAi??AND NERCANTILE7` AGENCY? :-'CO' ,, MIelbourne.., Cash Advances maide against: wgent for the ' :, ; , Commsercial iUnlon Fire' Assuranco Mociety..:. : c.; "."Melbourne".. e ;'- "e ' MUTUAL-ASSURANCE SOOIETY: OF VICTORIA: ? A.' " Agent for M'Cormnc . Reaper and Twine'-" .". Binder,and'other 'i ' ' Agricultural Implements?;' including : '. : .. DODIE S SEE? ) SOWER, PETER BEY'S DOUBLE ACTION C aURgis, The mostiLabour Saving Churu .'I Known. ,. Cash Bayer of all Farm Prod ' - in FRUIT TREES AT MELBOURNE Si PRICES.F:. : . Ox TEa SwOrT...

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MELBOURNE MARKETS. Wednesday, June 24. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 26 June 1885

.MELBOURNE MARKXTS. Wednesday, June 24. Fat '~ttle.-Tihe number yarded amountedto 1,050 head, a fair proportion of which were of good to prime quality. There was a full attendance of buyers, the 'eem?td was brisk throughout;- and the prices realised show an advance of from 10s to 15s per head on last week's irtes. Prime pens oa bullocks sold at from £12 .10s to £15, according to weight ;-good do, =£10 to U11 10s ; second.do,from£8 to. £9; inferior, from £510s. Primepens ofcows, from £8 10s to £9 17s Gd; good do, from £7 to £8; middling and inferior, from .£4 10s to £G. Fat Calves.-11- 0 were yarded, which 'met with a brisk sale at high figures for 'best sorts. Prime sold at from 65s to 80s; cod, from 45s to 55s ; second, from 30s to 40s; inferior, from 15s. Fat Sheep.-The market was moderately supplied, 12,100 having been penned, a fair proportion of which were good and prime, including some small lots of heavy weight crossbreds. The demand for prime and good descriptions was brisk,...

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LOCAL MARKETS [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 26 June 1885

LOCAL MARKE TS. The local mill reports having purchnased during the wveek habout330 baigs of wheat at the following prices :.--Wheat, 3s 5.1 to Ss Gd; oats, 2s 5d to 2sGd ;. barley, 5s 2d. Mr C. L:" DeBoos reports prices locally as follows Fresh butter is to is 2d. Eggs, is 3d. Fowls, 2s to 3s per pair. Ducks 3s per per pair. Turkeys 4s to 8s per pair. Sheepskins 3d to 4dd. Hides 2d to 2ýd. Kangaroo skins 9d to is. ld. Wallaby Gd. to 7d, Oppossum 2a Gd to 4s'Gd. Bear 2s 64 - J. E. Handbury. and Co. report.: ..Pme-cask butterg,94,to 1.0.primeprint, butter ls 2:;; eggsi. Is 3d1 to is 4d; honey, 3d to 3,d per lb.;pigs 3dto4:d turkeys, 5s to ?sO per:pair ; fowls; 2s to 3s; ducks;'3s to?4s 6d; oppossuni skins, 2s Gd to Gs. Mr D. A. Csement- ]lay and corn merchnant, Euron, reports: Bran Is 2d............. Pollard is 2d. Best hay chaff, £410s to £5 Best straw do. to £1 15s - Barley cape 3s Od; English 4s Gd. Crushed 5s Od Oats 3s 4d. Crushed 3s. 9d. Pens Bs. Potatoes to 5s per cwt. Linseed...

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Moglonemby Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 26 June 1885

-? o IE lole nmby .o Jttngs. . By "INCOG.".!:" : . L If:'iotice that Violet Town is to the fore again .with: the uploughing match. Now that MrW. Allen, who has hitherto b-eiiaiid,I have no doiibt,contifiles to be, the prihien'iviiir!of `jiloughing "hiatch affairs iat that town, has an interest:in Eiiroa, he may infuse a little life into the Euroaites in this direction. .Euroa is an 'iiijiirtant place, and bontains' many es tiinable and important citizens, and fur-. :ther can boast of many creditable institu. tions, but the list'is incomplete iithoiit its? ,ploughing matches. Conhe, then, wake up Euroa! and give us young farmers about Balniattum, Moelonemby, Miepoll, and surrounding districts a chance to have a little instructive amuse ment in the shape of a ploughing match. .Woean't all play football, or cricket, or, ride horses at. race meetings, or win athletic 'contests; but, shades of Ceres ! some: of us can plosggh. Yes, ye business men of Euroa, we cai nlousk, auid'if you IWil...

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Church Anniversary. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 26 June 1885

h, Church Anniversary. .The annual gathering in' connection witlithe Presbyterian Church, Euroa, was held on Wednesday evening: last, idthe. STemperance-hall, and took the usual form Sof tea 'idl public mieetings." The weather was not favorable to outdoor exercise,-but notwithstandin. :this there was -a.large Sattendance of the friends and supporters" Sof the church., The tea-tables were beau tifully sct out with an array of delicacies e only possible when such are supplied at the. hands of the o:l-ies, and .more es . iecially those hailing from the- " land o Scakes," whofrom time immemorial have Sbeen credited as suprehie. authoiities oii Sall subjects pertaining to the gastronomic art. TheItables were further ornamented by tastily, arranged botquets-and ferns,. r and were generously,i?rovided by the fol lowing ladies, viz. :--Mesdames McColl, Sinclair, BoWman,. Weir, : Elliott, and Miss Gordon, the 'bachelors, also, being Srepresented. Tlmg.ood things disappeared. Swith lmarvellou...

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The Hon. J. H. Graves, M.P., at Euroa. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 26 June 1885

The Hon. J. H. Graves, M.P., •gat"I Euroa; On Monday evening last,:at-the. conclu sion of the rifle corps meeting, the Hon. J. H. Graves, iMP.; for? Delatito,: ad dressed the electors present on the subjects the Volunteer: defefibo force, federation, and . proposed legislation. Jas. Gibson, Esq., president: in the .clair.. After being introduced, "Mr Gravs'Pssaid that politics were now dead as .far- as parties were concerned, owing 'to to tle establishment: of" the .coalition;,Govern mont. He did not propose to give a political address, butwoulil sieak-onrtli subjects possessing interest at the. preseiht time. In reference to the steps,that had been taken that evening ini the fbrnriaition of a club of mounted rifles, he was certain it was a move in the ri~ght direction... He was a very poor, man 'indeed who would, would not defend his home if required, and he was pleased to:see that the proper spirit animated thosepresent:. Theyshould zremember that ,the Australian:: colonies were p...

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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, 26th JUNE, 1885. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 26 June 1885

PUBLISHED EVERY PRIDAY MORNING. "Let all the ends thou aim'st at be thy Country's, - Thy God's, and Truth's.''" FRIDd Y, r th JUNE" 1885. •THEi Delimitation Committee, at present sitting in London, has almost brught its labors, in reference to the Afghan. question, to an ultimate settlement. It ist.announced by cable that the Com mission is agreed ion all points, with the exception of the important strategic centre -of -Zulficar. The Russian plenipotentiaries, no doubt acting under instruuetitinbfrom th?eir?Trriaiiil master, contend that this place should be ceded to Russia,: and appear disinclined to allow the, slightest deviation or altera tion in their ultimatum. Whether the Commission will give its signmanual to this effect or not, is a question which time alone can solve, but that the whole matter is in a very favorable way of settlement, no one can doubt. War is not ardently desired by either party, and .the pdolicy'of mutual 'concessions initiated by the Gladstone Government,...

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