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VIOLET TOWN RAINFALL, 1885. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 17 July 1885

t1 ý9OL~g9WN RAINFAI4I18B5. `Monthw...No;of y Inches ' "Jean -1; 1:37 srTbiw 7 '~sr a ;"1.79` AM'p i ?S fi is .:1 ,G3; Jane 3.83 .7 1071

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Siftings. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 17 July 1885

tiftifn s. Fuaro agricultural show,.Friday, O0th October, THIS iYEAR. Pluck and luck ! Revised. version old Testament a drug in the market. Captain Walker and the mate of the Cahors, show cause on Monday why their certificates should not be isspended. Breakers aheadl - The Licensing Bill is causing great excite mont among the Licensed Victuallers. The number of wild horses in N.S.W. is estimated at 10,094, a decrease of 5345 en 1883. Cost of licenses under'the proposed new Licensing Act:--For a hdusevalued at not more than £100--£25 for license ; at less than £200-£- 0; more than £200-£100; grooers' license, £10; colonial wine license £5; billiard table license, £20; brewer' license, £25;' spirit merchants' license £2b. Andrew Boag,--while half seas over, tried to climb over a six-foot paling fence at Kew on Wednesday... He was found with his neck between the palings, and is to be buried to-day.. Sunday.is the golden claep which binds together the volume of-the week. Long. fellor. ....

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
STRATHBOGIE RAINFALL, 1885. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 17 July 1885

STRATHBO, IE'I A INFALT;, ;1885. odnttºý, .,. Bain tau. .. May !: .88 points. June .-. 7.3

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Gazette Notices. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 17 July 1885

Gaxzette';lrweIl e". "" The names of the following gentlemed are gazetted as justices of'ihe'peace for the Northern Bailiwick :-Messis. Jas." Birkett, Euroa; Chas. Bott, Boomahna-. moonah; Wnii.'D'Crocker, Violet Town; John Gibson, Euroa; Humphrey Grattan, Nalinga ; W. H. Haley, Soren.Creeks ; Henry' Linard, Violet" Town; Thomas Mackrell, Strathbogie; Michael McKenna, Miepoll South; Thomas MeKinty, : Boor haman'; John Poustie, .Kialla; P. S. Sinclair, Arcadia. The following contracts have been ac cepted for the conveyance of inland mails: -To and from post-office. and Railway station, Violet Town, four times a day, John Fivey, £10 ;. to and from Gowan gardie, 'two days a week, R: E. Moore, £24; to and from Violet Town and Cani ambo, via Tamleugh State school and Tamleugh North (Gourlay's), three days a week, Hugh Clarke, £43 10s 7d; to and from Violet Town and Strathbogie North, dia Marraweeney and Boho, two days a week, Hugh Clarke, £52; to and from Euros and Balmattum, three days ...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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European News. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 17 July 1885

.European News. 'Althoughlhopesof ajpeaceful settlement with Russia are still entertainedd; Great Britaiii is ibot- relaxing' her preparationsa Mir ?. H. ,Siiith; the Secretary' for War; has stated'ii thd House of Commons'that imilitarypreparations were still being con tiiudd: Th House agreed to a,credit for the increase of the British army by 35,000 iiit::- Mr W. H. Smith stated' that the Governuilent wotild not exceed the de mands of their predecessors - The Under Seciretary for Foreign Affairs mentioned tlhatno result had yet been arrived at con cermin'l iabsitration on 'the. Penjdeh incident.' The natter; was still being dis 'cussed:. Lord. Wolseley has' ariived in Londoni from Egypt.'?: The e Agnts-General have reiiewed their represeitatiotins to the Secretairy'of State for the Colonies on the recidiviste iuestioni Colionel Stasilcy has promised to ask.Lord.Lyons, the British Ambaisador at Parisi:to again press the objectionis-of the colonies on the Freincll Governiuent. There ...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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PARLIAMENTARY. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 17 July 1885

PALLIAlWElTAUY.a - The Assembly met at half-past four o'clock on Tuesday, when Mr A. T.= Clark immediately drew .the attention of the House to the error which had been'com mittcd in the gazetting of the new comln niissiot of thie peace. A long 'discussion' ensued, and eventually the Attorney Genseral introduced a short bill which 'provided for anoy omissions in the?lGaieti notice. The bill was passed through all its stages. The House went intocomnmittee to consider the licensing of: public houses' law, and after the resolution had been re-. ported, Mr: Berry asked; on the plea of special urrozicy,'that the Licnaing Bill. should be at once introduced. . M1r Bent 'opposed this course,; as the bill :was not .one of special urgency. " However, under pressure he gave way, and the' billr was read a first timie... Mr Berry moved the second reading for Tuesday next. -' 'i The= Assembly-: met .on Wednesday, at` half-past three o'clock:. The questions and' notices of motion occupied very litt...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MELBOURNE MARKETS. Wednesday, July 15th. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 17 July 1885

Wednesday, July 15th. i 'FatCattle-The mnarketwasagain largely supplied{'2020 having been penned, a large proportion of which were of usefulto prime quality. There wailaFgood attendance of -buyers,-but the supply being beyond re "quirements the market opened dull and pcered fully! 10s per headilwer ithan ]astweek,.hardening, however, somewhat at the close of the day. Prime pens of bullockaat fro-m £12 lOsto £15, according -to weight; good do, from £10 to £11 10s; *e?cond do, from £7 to £8; inferior from £5. Prime pens of cows, from £8 to £10; Fat Calves-100 were yarded which met a brisli.E le?at. lightly" improved rates. Prime sold at from 70s to 80s, good from -45s.to _60s,- second from 30s to 40s, iunfe ior from.20~ . ..... -- '? " FatSlieepL-About'13,000 rere yarded, a fair proportion of which were good and rinme. Sales were brisk throughout, and i.ces for:, beat. descriptions. advanced Is per head on last week's rates, while other quilitidiesalso sold" at improved fguyes. Prime ...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Girls analytically discussed. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 17 July 1885

Girls aalydtlcally dlisecussed. Girls are of few days and full of mis chief, and whosoever is deceived thereby is not wise. When the fair young girl cheweth her gum with greater haste and stampeth her pretty foot, do'thou look out.. She cometh forth in the evening in low 'necc and short sleeves, but at morning she lieth in bed while her mother bustleth. When the asleigh bell tinkleth she standeth at the window and yearneth. for a beau, and when he cometh she doeth up his purse. He wrappeth the buffalo 'robe about her, and huggeth her much, aind stayeth out beyond his time, and the livery man addeth four good dollars to his bill. In the evening he hieth himself awayto her father's nmansion. He goeth in and .itteth by the fire, and ere he leaveth he poppeth the question and she jumpetli at the chance. VWh~n' the' cock croweth he taketh' his departure, and when he remenmbereth'the smallness of his salary he kicketh himself and compareth hisif -,to an ass; yea, verily. . SThe passengers...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Ploughing Match. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 17 July 1885

Ploeurhnr matce. -A meeting of the committee of the poughing match was hold at Lane's hotel, Violet Town,on Monday evening last. The sub-committee reported that the only suitable paddock procurable, was that of Mr Colin Mitchell, and after discussion that site was adopted. Proposed by, Mr Moore, seconded by Mr Coughlan, that last year's programme be adopted.-Carried. On the motion of Messrs Lane and Moore, it was resolved to sell the booths seperately by public auction. The secretary was instructed to write to the Benalla Agricultural Society requesting them to appoint judges, as last year. Proposed by Mr Luscoinbe, seconded: by Mr Moore, that the secretary advertise the same as last year. He was also empowered to have slips and programmes printed. Mr Keane proposed, and Mr Moore seconded, that £2 2s be given for the beat groomed horse on the ground. It was decided to charge 10 per cent of the prize money as entrance fees, and that 2s 6d be charged for horses entering the parade. Th...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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AVENEL. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 17 July 1885

Ourlocal rifle clihb is still comptin gfor the Martini-Henry rifle, it having-'beeri won suocessively by threo members; and, as the handicap gives every member a fair chance of obtaining the.highest score it each meeting, it bids fair to continue for some weeks, before olie man makes the best score at two separate meetings and this carries off the prse. A-football match has beenarranged for Saturday next, against a team. from Monea, and on the following Saturday we are to-try conclusions with a team from Melbourne Locomotive Sheds. There being a great dearth of news here just now, perhaps the following,taken from Harpers', may prove acceptablo:--'An eccentric Baptist Minister Was famed for quaint sayings. He was the owner of a fine yoke of oxen, and losing one of them -a loss he could ill afford-was well nigh inconsolable. His good wife, endeavour ing to comfort him, quoted "The Lord giveth,and the Lord taketh away.". 'Yes, Elizabeth, I know; but I can't see what the Lord wanted wit...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 17 July 1885

" TO TE EDrrTOP.. SSIR,-Kindly permit me to complait of the nuisan-e caused by cows wandorimig; 'about the township atr night-time. My gard?o wii conmpletely. wrecked the other eovening, by tleni, there being no less thail .five in.. This is, asyou will agree, anun sance:.thiat oughtt.t berremedied.! ':I.ai informed at' the' present' time, there is nothing for it but to grin and bear it. Bdt I think 'it is~hightime thiiGCodiicil were giving attdntion to the matter. -I anm &R AJAX. '..

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An Echo from the Hills. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 17 July 1885

..·L.An i Echo from the .11Hill. : I I'-was truly pleased to see anso laige a 'gathering at Mr-Graves' meeting the other night; moreaespecially- as the atniosphere rasdanip and manyof the streams siollen; it-f'as, as' the chairman said, not only a compliment to theo hen. entlueman but did the district credit. ' -By -the iye, I notice that the same worthy chairman never'presides at a meetiing in this dis trict but that there is a full house. The value of Mr Haley will be evergreen in the minds of the people of this district, for it must be remenibered that the advent of the selector meant the loss of thousands: of pounds o the squatter; and, instead of putting every obstacle in the way of his country being 'alienated, that gentleman first' bowed to- the inevitable, and, when hefound that the newcomers had really made their homes in the wildrness of Strathbogie, used his inflience' to secure for the district the requirmnents of civili sation,such as schools and public buildings.. He a...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 17 July 1885

?l?lm arrive, at the EuroPost Ofice as ifollows : From- eooram; Merton; Doon, Main -dam?ple and-Mansfield, at 5.20 p.m,. Sun .days excepted.: : From .lamieson, Mondays,Wednewlays, and Fridays,, at 5:20 "p.m.- ' " From Miepoll, ,Miepoll South, Kar vamomus South, on Mondays, Wednee days, andFridays; at) aa.n. gbigs'- Oreelk, Tusedays, amd Friday, From Shown's Orolk Strathbogie, and :Strath;o-goVest, on i'mTesdays man Saturdsys, aý'530 p.m. i: From Balhnattuim;, Mondays, Wednes .d• s,.at 5. p..m. .-:; - , elb .e'npf down trn; daily, at 10.17 a.m. ..... Molbourne up train, dalily at 7 p.m. Down train dally; at 6.15 p.m. VIOLET. TOWN POST * OFFICE. : Deparfat e of Mauils. 'Mans close at Violet Town Post Office t--folloews: For Melboaiidalla Y at 9.30 a.m., and .,,30 p.m. - - - - For Tamleogh'-Tamleugh North, (loose ~ag), and Caniamb'-Mondays, Wednes a:, and Fidays. - Mails made up pre, rious night 8 p.m. For Marrraweeney (loose bag), Bolio r(loose bag), and Strathbogie North (loose ba---...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 17 July 1885

-·- ý-cl. A';4musmenlt a; . = - {sPRELIMINARY NOTICE < A A CONCERT and BALL,wilm?be ,hld .in the Temperance Hall onthe,13th' AUGUST, 1885, under the uspices of ltie Euroa J.O.R. ' . h' e • Further.particulars infuture, advertis GEO; BARRETT;'Hon. Sec.. STHE OPENING ASSEMBLY ILL be held in the TEMPERANCE HALL, EUROA, onTHURSDAY, 23rd'JULY..i Dancing to commence at 8 p.m. To continue till 12 o'clock. - H. MYER, W. HARRIS. . Church Notices. " ' CHURCH OF, ENGLAND.. 7TH SUNDmA APrlR TRImrrY. T HE REV. F. LAWSON -WILSON -- will ofliciate at the following places next Sunday :-Morning, St. Dunstan'a Violet Town; afternoon, Balmattum; evening, St. Paul's, Euroa. WESLEYAN CHURCH, EUROA. SUNDAY, JaUL 19rn, 1885. M1 ORNING 11; Mr. Reeves. Evening' 7," Rev. S.. Scholes. Subject : .Putting Of". Meetings. Iaroa, nLIA. MONDAY NIGHT, 20th JULY. DEBAT : Federation. v. Separation. To be opened by Dr. McCall and Mr. Turner. To commence at 7.30. The public Invited. D. BOWMAN; Sec.;; EUROA RI...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 17 July 1885

MRS. --CARTER'S .:FWAnI.'Y BEPOSITORY, Xu': LAND STREET, EUROA. i . C., :?;"bega to inform the public of L EURItOAand district, that she has an EXTENSIVE STOCK of aney f.sodm, siatltoery, S Confectonery. Wi;ilh she is offering at MELBOURNE PRICESi: Sewing Machines and Pictures on Time Payment. IMPORTANT SPUBLIC NOTICE. EUROA; TRADING . S'.,, Has' m 'ch' pleasure' ininforming. the` In a habitants of Ero Shire that they. hal and intend 1 .continu?athe ans,. GROCERY ,: i ,:, C , S"i 1);RAPERY .'U DAISRY PRODUCE, B - BOOTS, ETC. :ro Lh 'en acquired a "as EXT ORDINA ILYTi.Ow FIGURE, and therefore we are able to - IN THE. DISTRICT. AN ENTIRE EW STOCK INTER DRAPERY, I A Early call. Inie, 1.,-: .+_.. . - . v x.. :,+. ,. . . -rc , SATISFACTION. L -ATES fASHONS. ' +. . .,;,i:: . w. , . . .. ... E.. - a IN •A .:: : ?.2.Ii.??o GROE..RS, . - IRON .ONGER, C. RAILWAY STREET, EUROA. : ?C' ,pito-:..:? :,:'+q +.,,· r + .+, ; ,::! sii~! .. .,,. , .. - , . , fNEW GOODS! 'i i .Showing at Melbourne. Hous...

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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, 17th JULY, 1885. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 17 July 1885

.UBUSISD EVEBY l' DAY MOB2UNOI. "Let all the ends thou aim'st at be thy (JCountry's,; , Thy:God's, "and T?,?',:" " :..FRIDAY. 17th. JULY, 1885. Tna. absence of a properly-organised opposition to the present Government is one of the gravest possible contingen cles which could have occurred at the present juncture, for the measures pro. posed to be passed into law are of vital impoitance tothe welfare of the colony, and ihould receive the most searching scrutiny. They should be analysed and disintegrated, subjected to the fiery trial of .antagonistic criticism, every clause.made the subjectof hostile attack, and. each. point defended or amended according to the arguments adduced and the nature of the objections. Not that. anymeasure will passe. the review of , the Assembly - without chiallenge fromi some of the most ardent sup. porters of the Ministry, but the force of these objections will be isolated and minimised; and loe that concentrative ined and power ,,which- organise oppositi...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Commercial. LOCAL MARKETS [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 17 July 1885

Co>nsaercieaI. LOCAL-MARKETS Thiejlocall..mil i po:, having mpurchased ring'ihee'ceek lc va?a 200 bogs of wheat at the following prices:---Wheet, Is bd to s 7d ; oats, 2s 5d to 2s 6d. M'r C:;. L iDBoot repprt4 p)rices locall1 ac follows. E 1s54. Ducks SI per pair. I Tdirkiysj4Sii Se per pair. ':. ? Sheepskins Sd to 4d'd. Hides)2d to. 2 1. Kaugaroo skins9 to les. Id. ,WallabyI , 61.to 7d. Oppos?n? 2r s 6d to 48 2d. .. Bear 2s 81 :.... J., E.; Handbury..,and Co.,.report : Prime .cask butter,9d to ,10od; prime print bitteir isi'4to ?s 5d';e gs,ls 54; asoney,:, to dIaj p:erlIb.;pige 3dto.44d tarkeyes, be to.l0sper pair; fowls, `s to S;. ducks, 3s. to 4 64d; oppossum skins, 2s 6d to 6s_- . Mr D.A. Csasemeu hay and corn merchant, Euros, reports: .Fruit-trees to e1s per do.: Best straw do. to £1 15s... Barley Cape S Od; Engllh t4d Crushed 5s Od Oats 3s 4d. Crushed 3. 9d. .. . Peas 5s. . : Potatoes to 5s.per eat. Linseed 28e per ewt . Onions s per ow I Messrs Gordon Bros. farafeh th, fol...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 17 July 1885

FOR PAPER BAGS, " T. T PERS,,. STATIONERY c., ";A.'""VERTIS ; ',Ofce <W. ALLEN, Seneral Store. e S-. w 1 e all . 3 o lkinds, -; i -my ST Qg. U iiL<1YVurid uidingnl"terials5 L y S i ..,G..lvaise I er)l .i . 000, o,"..? a . matMeo ,L t ,u vJ000.; I .- WI. . gent f_ r the ; .?-,: :MiCoANTILE -AGENCY!:cO d?. hir:3t . ". 3 . ` . e :::b .? ,.T,, "m i ii.Cash Advances made agairist -: .:a Graia. i :Wool: ,. '.. a." ti;;.Agent? for t the . Comu i aerciaL. Jlon F ire' Assurance *oei .Soiity ~EsTE Y it ,D0Melbourne, : 0 , Agent for tohe zi'T Reaporgud ",Twi n .e . n de ; r:- a . inder,,and other.:;;"oc', '" Agricultu'ral tmplements;, r, 'including a .: PRTER:BEY'SB9DUBLEACTIOl FRUIT TREES ,ATiMELBOURNB, I :1s ,esh' ,:?e-PRICES.::;,' -,]:. 'MU.TUAL1 ASSU.RANCE '8OO-i .CIkTY' OF VIOTORIA (Liiwian.) e.. ".ad Office ;? Little.C-U i street, ,Vest Melbourne? - t..:. For Life Assuranae and =Endoniments. Policy II ders Di'ide the Profits 1 C0.... c-lirairaialn )Frotdiik'3LM'Coy'...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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DAIRY, PRODUCE. HIDES ETC Wednesday, July 15. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 17 July 1885

JDAIRY, PjRODIOCE,HIDES ETC S . ,. Wednesday, July 15.: :,eaMcM.'M'Kay.and M'Donald report : -We held to-day our usual sale and give below- detailed -results. Cheese: Prime chcese from Kilmore district, for medium, 5d to Sd per Ib.- Potted Butter: Fresh tEiotted commands a good rale at from Ifjd to Is ld ;godd old, from 9d to ld ; in-. ferior, fower. Fresh Butter: Our hlghest to-daywent to John Cusack, Euroa, at Is 10;d perlb ; second, J. Ferris,Kobybyo, Ut3110ld, UanJ. Ryan, Bacchus Marsh, at the same price ; third, Mr O. Ridd, 'of Talbot, la9k ;-fourth, a tie between R. Maxfeld' Trarlgon, and D. I' Lyons, .Iorwell, atls 9d.' 'Average for medium,, Is 6dto la IS per Ib; inferior, fromIs .to le 4&per IL. Egg : Scarce, pries from Is- 8Wd-to- s 94d per dozen. Poultry: Trirleys, from fs to 11i perpair; fowls .?eri 2a 9d to 3 6d do duckia, from' 4 9d to 5s 6d do. Honey: Dull, small sales at .froum-3dto 3d perAli. - .

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CORRESPONDENCE. THE CAVALRY CORPS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 17 July 1885

CORUE4POUDEWCEl Ss,-It is time that I should say some thing about the Cavalry Corps. I had the .honor of being a member of the Princd of Waies Regiment of Light Horse for 18 years, in the most honored portion of said regiment, :Kyneton, as they always took irat hoiors when honor was competed for.' When I came to this district, I saw menc and horses' that I thought would fornl an excellent regiment: When next.I was called to Melbourne- amongstnmy officers,; I introduced the forming- -of a cavalry corps here, and I was promised the first' chance. When I came 1home-I acquainted some of the neighbouring men, and they seemed very much pleased. In? January, 1884, all volunteers wore-disbanded, and the" first chanie I-got -was on the 24th Noveniber, 188?. I saw in the ' Age'. of said date the following notice :-"A troop of cavalry is to be raised in Sandhairst, and now that the Department has taken up the matter in earnest," no .difficulty should be experienced in raising a strong troop in...

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