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MR. GRAVES. M.L.A., AND HIS CONSTITUENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 29 August 1884

iiI. ( . 'T1'. R.L.A.. :A2I19 -Tile Imansfield correspondent of. the Aiqg ' ireports:-About 40 persons attended' the pullic meetin< held on -aturdq, at the instigatiioiI of the local shire council, for the purpose of discussing the conduct-of Mr J.I.Graves, member forDlelititf ini the Legislative A\ssembly. The president of the Shire occupied the chair. After the meeting was opened, an atteinpt wa:s mnade to have an adjourmnent in order to givre Mr Craves an oppor tunity of attending and explaining his conduct, but by a majority of three it u as decided to procced i ith the business. The followiing resolution"was proposed by~ Coulcillor Crockett: 'That in the opinion of, this meeting tle Ministry desc've the ccrdial assistance of the Hlouse and support of the country in perfecting thcir.measures, and tha~ we dis. claiim ny svyn'i.dtli w-ith the wie of tiie: caused by a few gentlemen in opposition, in which we regret Mr J.H. Graves, our. mncnber, tikes part.. ., . In suppo...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
REMEMBER OR FORGET. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 29 August 1884

REMEMBER OR FORGET. . C TTER I. It was a lovely day in spring; a day when 'nl nature rejoices; a long cold winter, we had had, and a very wet one, Sduring which, as we lived twenty miles from the neighbouring town, my pleasures liad been limited ; ly uncle was a doctor by profession, but for some time lie had given up practice, and had bought the house ,in which we resided, chiefly for seclusibn and rest after the toils of a town life ; it was a very pretty house, and the garden was perfectly lovely; every flower which would not live elsewhere, seemed to flourish there, carefully watched and tended by old Phillip" as we called him, who liad been my uncle's groom. I had risen early on the mnorning of which I am writing, and with my large Newfoundland dog " Rollo" was going for a long stroll before breakfast, which was always at nine o'clock in our house ; I wrapped a light shawl around me, and was soon enjoying myself, and the lovely morning, as only girls can in the commencement of ...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EUROA RAINFALL FOR YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 29 August 1884

EUROA RAINFALL FOR YEAR: The following is a complete table ol rainfall for half year : Months. No.of days. Rainfall. .T:auary 6 3.04 February 4 .32 March 4 1.10 April 2 1.01 May 8 2.53 Juno 12 4.09. July 2 23 August 9 1.64 13.8 Tot:a for same? period last year. f 44 , 16.541, Rainfall during the month of Juno : Place No. of days Raiiifall; Strathbogie I Ranges J 13. - 5.04 Violet Town 14- 3.21'T, An inch represents about a hundred togs per acre.

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
VIOLET TOWN MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 29 August 1884

VIOLET TOWN MEnIYI. The anniversary services in :connec bibn with the Church of England were iiold on Sunday last. The Rev. F. L. Wilson of Euro~ preached both morn ing and evening. His sermons were much iadmired. In the .morning' they cloidy state of the sky betokened raini; and consequently many stayed away that would otherwise have attended. There was no excuse however for such a limited congregation as what ,were preseilt in the evening. Somei of the members thought the congregation a good one, certainly the back seats were pretty well filled, but then, the whole church ought to be full on the occasion of anniversary services at such a large township as Violet Town. We had intended making further remarks anent these church services but pressure on our space forbids it, and we must content ourselves with expressing a few words of gratification at the excellent singming. The all absorbing topic of conver sation during the week has been the Ploughing Match, and consequently with th...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GOWANGARDIE AND CANIAMBO PLOUGHING MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 29 August 1884

CAbaJA I o "iY 1IQ Ufw1Gn1G The strong - wind and the cloudy aspect of the sky on Tuesday morning was not. much., of an inducement to residents in and around the above districts to venture out to witness the match, rind it was feared the energetic effdrs'? of: the: ,cosrniittee :would: be nullified by rainy weather.: "Jupiter !Pluvius"'. however was: on *his- best behaviour, and while te wind blekwwith terrific force, the rain kept off, and consequently thenumber of competitors and of spectators were quite up to whatwas, expected. 'J hA match was held in Mr. Quinlan's paddock, a most suitable one _for such-a purpose.: The proceedings during the day were very quiet, and visitors chiefly were engaged in promenading around the ground and exchanging friendly intercourse. ;;Here and,:there.;were to be:,seen ;knots of of farmers viewing and criticising the ploughing, and. seemingly taking great delight in so doing. From the remarks they made,-it would be inferred that the ploughing on thi...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Advertiser "MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." FRIDAY, 29th AUGUST, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 29 August 1884

MODERATE, BUT:PROGRESSIVE.", the appearance of Railwaystreet? by the continuous row of elms whiclh lave. been (ipanted this week, 't ider the stiperin t?ondenco of ir. D. A. -Casement. . The variety is considered by competent authorities to be superior to the English Elam -it -is known as the Variegated Silver 'Elin. The guards are of a very neat description, and when painted will add to the appearance of the street. The seuenring of well-grown trees has been ai step in the right direction. as they will afford a relief to the eye in their first season. Residents in various par ts of the township are applying to to e contractor, Mr. Casement, but on account of the late ness of the season the majority will prob ably'have to be left till next year, as a week or ten days must close the planting season even in this forward climate. We understand that each tree, with cost of guard and sinking, &c., will represent about 10s, a small consideration indeed for such a permanent improve...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HORSES ADVERTISED FOR STUD PURPOSES. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 29 August 1884

FOR STUD PUIRPOSES. Barman, owner aIr Bond; Violet Town The Laird ,, r Walsh, Gooram: Calanlia" ', " , Benambra ,, Highlander.,, Mr McLean, Euroa Arcadia N ugget Mr McCluskey, .Arcadia Keep Quiet Mlr Hogg, Gooramm YoiingP'risnce Bismairck,. Mr Crosbie, Strathbogie. Young King of Scots, M?r. Armstrong. :' Strathbogiu. .Sam Galloway, Mr. McDonald, Molka. Protection, Mr. Hanmmnond, Marraweeny.

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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MOGLONEMBY JOTTINGS [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 29 August 1884

MIOGIOAE1V3In JTOTT¶FXNG$ "BY INCOG." Account for it I cannot, nevertheless 'tis a fact that news in this locality is just now as scarce as hens' teeth. (Please iMr Compositor, put the apostrophe in the right place this time.) Perhaps it will scarcely be credited, but I an bound to say that the 31oglonenby ites are in ecstacies at the result of the sculling match for the championship of the world, and though I don't suppose any one will tell him so, yet I should like to give Beach a shake of the flipper and a pat on the back on the strength of his success. I only express the feelings of nearly every Australian when I say that I hope he will be as successful, when lie again rows the celebrated Canadian. As I usually scan oeverything that ap pears in the Adrertiser, I happened to notice those portions in which the newly elected shire councillors conveyed their thanks to the persons who voted for them, and I was particularly struck with the arrogant, (I don't think the word is too stro...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AQUATIC CHAMPIONSHIP OF THE WORLD. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 29 August 1884

AQUATIC-. CIIAMIIONSIII ?S " .1 . THE WORLD. t ' Tui result-oftbe struggle'.'last atuir-: day, on the l'artamatta llier, between Beach, of Dalito, and iHanin, thelcelic brated Canadian oarsman, hais placed the championshipl of the world in- thle the halns of the "ftormer .-o is lin questionably a first-class sculler, and ! though his renown as such is but 'tecent,; he is evideintly a mano whose ioeris and skill place him in the first ranlk', of river 'gladiatirs. lie has earned the laurels and will continue to wear: them till thit:y are wrested from him in subse-= qucut struggles. We have, thercfore, no desire to subtract from tlhe vailue of his triumphli, or disparage his skill. We give him the full credit, of his v.ictory-. as such1 :ue' prodl that,: firi tihe timele being, Australia m thlds ie:. clatipion ship of the river. , Tie press and the people are.natiurally exultant, .ait the former almost unaniimously agree that. Beach beat I-anllui on his mierits. With the people, howev...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
KARRAMOMUS. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 29 August 1884

The sawmill in arramiinomus south will shortly' be starting sawing operations. The engine is expected next week. Our dcb:ting isociety had to adjourn its meet ing oli Saturd ay on account of there being .i:5nceting in the school house on the severance lquestion. The imembcrs will meet to-morrow (Saturday) evening. A scratch match at football was played on Saturday, which was the cause of some amusemeict.' The play was very good cupacially the kicking.

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
COMMERCIAL. LIVE STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 29 August 1884

CO31?IEiCI ~L. LIVE STOCK. Fat Catle.-Primo pens of bullock s sold at from £16 10s to £19 5s ; good do, from £12 to £14 10s; second do from £10 to £11; inferior from £6 10+ ; prime pens of cows, from £10 to £12 7s ; odd beasts to £13 ; second from £8 10s to £9 10s; middling and inferior from £4 10s. Fat Calves-Best sold at from 65s to 80s; good, from 45s to 55s ; second do, from 30s to 40s; inferior from `0.s

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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LOCAL MARKETS [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 29 August 1884

LOCAL MARKETS The local mill reports: Wheat 3s 7d; seed wheat 4s Gd ; seed oats 2s 9d; fcdd oats Ps Sd ; fowls whel t 3s, Mr C. L. Deboos reports pries locally as follows. Fresh butter 0Od to Is. Potted butter Gd to 9d. Eggs, -9d Carcase pork, under 1001b 4d. Fowls, 2s tc 3s per pair. D)ucks 3s per pair. Turkeys 5s to 10s per pair. Sheepskins 3d to 4Ad. Hides 2d to 2.d. Kangaroo skins 9d to ls. Id. Wallaby Gd. to 7d. Oppossum 2s Gd to 4s Gd. hear 2s Gd Wattle Bark, £2 to £6 per ton. J. E. IHandbury and Co. report : Butter (print), 10d to 11d per lb.; prime new cask, 5d to 8.d ; do.1 old cask, 7d to 9d ; eggs, 9d per dozen ; .?oney, "3d to 4-d per lb.;pigs 3dto4-2d turkeys, is to 10s per pair; fowls, 2s to 3s; ducks, Ss to 4s 6; oppossum skins, Ps Gd to 6s. Mr D. A. Casement bay and corn merchant, Euroa, reports: Cabbago plants 2s per hundred. Bran 1~s d. Pollard is 2d. lest hay chaff to "£ Best straw do. to .£2. 10s. Barley 3s Gd per bush. Crushed 3s 9d Oats 2s 3d. Crushed 3s 6d. Pe...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DAIRY PRODUCE, HIDES ETC [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 29 August 1884

)DARY PRODUCE, HIDES ETC Messrs William Adamson and Co. report (2,th, Aug.);-Cheese : Good to prime, Gd to 7d ; medium to good, Ed to Gd.; inferior, lower. Potted; butter good -to prime at 10d. to 11d. rmedium at 7t. to 9d.; inferior from 5d. upwards. Fresh butter:-Best dairies realised from lld. to Is. id. the latter price only being reached by a few lines. The balauce of good butter offered, including mixed prints, brought from 10d upw.irds. Eggs guaranteed lots sold from 9.3d. to 10Ad. Iancon, country cured at 8d. IIHams from 7d. to 41.d, country cured. Honey Best garden, 5d. to 5-d.; bush, 4d. to 444. Beeswax., 9d. Poultry: Fowls, 3s. 9d. to 5s. 3d.: -?,h o , s o . ,, . . .- "r t 'l r K e y s; , 7 s - :t . to als. Carease pork realised 4d. to G(d Lard realised from 5d to Gd.

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 29 August 1884

' ermonsout Lectures etc, 1 SLEYD "CII% CH O .. P V7. SSCHOLES illpreach in;the= SShnire Hill on Tuesday, 31st inst; Sihject :.'_,hering i~ Vords for W?eiryl W1oirkei." CI 10ci OF GGLANp,EEUROA | LIVER th: htlird of aT. course of 'Lectures to young men u'-noxt Sunday iS ubject : " Tie World without God." S llabus :' Roevelation in liirniony witl experience andi 'Aialogy .haracters of Heathen .Gods: .Degrading Idolitary anl Theology of tli Hinidoos. Modern Ini el Miorality. Fraince in 1793. Christianity Dethroned. " No God" The. Cre d of France. The .' Goddess of Re:son." . The Paragons ,of Sceptical excellnnce-lRobespierre Voltair's death -Painful Remorse. • firabean's death " Cive me opium thliat I nnay'not think of whit is to come." The Atheist Hobbs, and " his leap in the dark." Lord Byron loning.fpr Annililtion..The 'adventures If ie Bible-It`:travels aid its victories;' Wanted. ` WANTED CORRESPONDENTS it the country districts. -Full.p'i ticulars at this office. "-: A.i. A I.eti...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 29 August 1884

lt/IG 1T T. E u..' LO BnO'TnAlt T1i `A 7K.1 ItNAN i i'istI~lr s to finot11fyi haus oui~and t be veiy beist eless of, 'IV1N]' S. 1''ALbS'ol"XN DiN SPIRI-TS! r '10 naril ad Iliw w)[11sp' I):*] -v:j~s Is fully stocked with 3ROCERTESu6':idi ,::;hmrSrtrI77f*i iJI DR.\PEIP Y t .i.j. .t& - ud:alld iti'l iicessry-trcquisitestu supply all th;iiiatslo'i£ his liT nmrqu~csimeýýU (I rr ~ZG 0 0~irS.Ifa1IJ3 B N G a.F s a t C la s s 1 c coiund ~ i i frltlfl ( d l c Pr opritor, Balnailunil MARTIN'S - GE 'IUIN "..-- MART?Nr ? O 1 O . .' ME DICINt . The following 12 most ,cdaitiofill u sed, Mediciines, TINC'( IRES, OR PILULES, D11R. RUDDOCK'S WORK, " The Stepping Stoie ti'd 'Iiomnop;ithy and Hieealth,' ii mnybe' obtained,; price MARTIr& PILEASANCE (Late Martin & Co.), .. 85 COLLINS" ST., EAST, AI ELBOURNE. ACON. NAP.'' (lfaonkshoodl). Chiefly ailects the .circulatory systeiu, and is!curatiec ini 'all 'cases of Inflaui niatoi'I,. Cattarhall, and Simple Fevers; Fe' eisl'- Coldi, ...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 29 August 1884

L'abie Aotieen. i10O THE RESIDENTS OF EUROA Having been requested by many ros dents to Provide Culinary: -Vegetable! fresh from Melbourne, I have decided; t rncede to their Request, and" now bei to Intimate that on and after' Friday, 15th Auigust? (tive lyI I shall be able to supply.ltheii iti ALL KIRDS, At prices to meet their Approval. D. A, C ASE.?ENT Hlay, Corn and Produce Mecrchran E UROA, GREAT "CLEARING-.SALE OF DRLLJIERY, .; AT ::' vIOLET TO:iWN'.:, ,,, GREAT REDUCTIONS : , WINTER DRAPERY, -ILL -COMMENCE :-ON SATURDAY,: 30TmAUGUST: . To those Requiring Elo would respectfully draw their attentioi to this sale, which will last for.. 4 FOUR WEEKS" <ON LY" 4 - During which time, *ALL: DRAPERY: -ill be Almost. GIN o AwA' To i ?akel Room forD!i:, SPRING °='GOOD3:`S Com and Pay an Early VISIT to CA SH ONY Special Adlr'ertisemcnt. GRAND CLEARING OUT S AL E. HALF YEARLY FAIR.. :EUOII A, FT r.aDING CO. Announce that their HALF YEARLY SALE OF WINTER DRAPERY Will Commnience o...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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A STRANGE STORY ABOUT SPIDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 29 August 1884

A"' STAllNGE STORY . ABOUT SPI.DERS; .. . .,;.I obseired (says.; a..cori:esipondelt ofa contenmporary\ a very .cur"ious/I thiig one day in the imeadow. .i"A' strong wind was blowing:-froniithe vet, the air was clear and warni, and thie chimney swallows were unusiidlly' bisy1 about and above my head. - There was quite a swarmi of then, and .they, came down in a body with 'the: wind,' apparently feeding upon something'too small for me to discern. .After watchl' in"g them for some time,': ai? as tlhi coimpany of birds had iIa'rli ?i sed by, I. raised my gun and shot one .of them, and on opening its mouth I.foundnit to: be . full of small spiders, all Vfreshly, cautght, and most of th'erii still aliG?e 'Bt how could.spiders,. being!-: .i"lIs. flyi'thirough tlhe-ai in the 'lshbin winch, tlie actions of the j.bi ds::1 woid indicate ? I looked more) closely abotit me, and soon foundjouti, By' gazing intently against!-"r tlie clear sky in the direction of the'suni', could see small black bo...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WOMEN'S RIGHTS. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 29 August 1884

As a vent for the~o-urplus',eniegy,.-of ]adiesTlioi are enggegedg at ,pijsqjnt Igitating for women's-suffrage, we would suggest that a-largre field of labor has been opened tnu for them by the operations. i the old-icountry of someoI' r. l e .ibl, ";l o* are. endeavpuring Ito lring. 'Uoutra reform in tlhe prevailing ystei off oinn!s) dress. The neciess?fo/ rcform is even more urgpnt isnth isountry than in theomUnit&d' ,ildomnAithdme s 0 fn be naYd tob?lt'at' -iniodiatiions oifthe extis? sys tem t su.t tle peecuihar. ties of e- an/ cite tend 'Iagely to tsel,,coaifor andlhealtt of our fair colouista.' .Viscounitess 1Habeiton, who has takea a leading " . 1..?_ )art in thle work of lress'reformn in hogland, advocates,; the aid?jtiof i of 'u'i'kish trousers aid atsioirt skirt in lace of-the-absu:d jm ble of incon eiient nd- incon mmodious -? rments ith awhich women ni'a e at present aIlpered, and a -large number of unglishwomen in all ranks.of life no prcpared to suppoet the titl...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 29 August 1884

PAPERT 73AGIS, TEA'- PAPERS, STATIONER Y, &c TRY i TIHL. i.E : 'ADVERTISER"; Ofhice. V .i. I g? T . TO" -... SGeneral Store eeler, IRON OSiER i Has always on hand for sale GROCua IES . i ". : . - ", (<if all kinds,:".... -: ' Building in teriala IBricks, OGal-auiued troro;. A?gen foar thl''.. " MEROANTILE A; t ENCQ CO ;'. '.·E : Z \L~cihonDlOA ? Ano ) Cash :iAdvances made against. S Grain and1pW ol.: iAgeut fir' t he - Conmaucrlr-ii' lllnio! .iire:: .ss nurance ( oneicvy.: Melbourne, . gent for the MUTI'UAL ASSURANCE SO01ETY OP VIOORA?.. Agent f or )' I riii.k . Reaper. andl Twicn b;indler. and othler Agriculturl linplements, inicludin : - DOBIE'S SEED SOIWlR, PETER LBE'S IoUJ3LLF ACTION CI URNS, . The most Labour Saving Churn Known. Cash Buyer of all Parm Pr)od FRUIT TREES AT MELBOURNE SPRICES, Os THEl SunosrEST NoICE. TAL']E- - ..., .. SMUiTUAL ASSUR1ANCE SO CIETY OF01 ICTORIA (Liarirn:) Head OIlice, 79) Little Collins-" S" street, .Aolest Melbourie. 1For Life A...

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MIEPOLL. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 29 August 1884

The delightful rain we experiencedlately -was welcomed by the fanrers with beamIing asmiles and gladsome ]earts. We have aom every" prospect of a plentiful supply -of grass for the spring. Stock in this district are looking very well considering the late heavy frosts. Mr. R. Cullen has just completed a very neat four-roomed cottage, situated on the Castle Creek. It is a wooden structure rand reflects great credit on the builder. Mrs. Morgan invited her friends and neighbours to a dance on Wednesday week. There were about thirty. couples present, and everything passed - off pleasantly. Dancing was kept up till day light to the music of Messrs. Connors and l:uary, Mr. J. Nugent acting as M.C. Messrs. J. Connors and M. Barry distinguished themselves as stepdancers during the cvening. There was another dance at Mr. Green fell's at which over 20 couples assembled. The music was supplied by Messrs. 1P. Barry (violin), and G. Worannd concertina. Mr. Munlock acted as M.C. Dancing was contin...

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