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Arcadia Mems. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 17 July 1885
Arcadia Me.ns. News of importance h'ashb ieuoneu"ch.'i scarce matter in this locality;.Mr-Editori that I have been anidously looking out for a glimpse of that mysterious tiger, that has been perfdrming such wonderful walkirig featslatterly; if all correspondents' accounts are to be credited,(which of course "they are). I was in hopes of being able to furnish you with a little intelligence of a startling naturo, but;, up to the present, as, far as' I am aware, it has'-not yet. been seen in Arcadia. But there are. other animnalsin o?om'idst thatwe wwould naturally .pesot A iltles'uore trienrshlp.gros. than fronm'• tiger; I refer to our canine friends. A gang of those cars ha lately been comniitting ionic nocttrnal depredations aniongthe sheep. A sheep owner, who lives not many miles from,where it is my lot to lie cast, had, a few nights ago several valuable owes and lambs killed by dogs.-' The presence of our long-looked-for dog ii~spec toi,'i. connection with a liberal supply of pois...
Moglonemby Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 17 July 1885
,1s3091on jotti - . lia-aiss.s-o -G "Y'iNC G * (TfVNCQ'G: "',T.+ .Y I am gingsteodo it'asgsontlya I can, ladies and gentlemen, so do not faint nor noi to hý stoics;nuor get your;hairhoffi~nor! Piny f6ydiyours truly, when I tell you that by fenoing into or i acoss Faithful's CroekI y?n are doing, what you have no right. to iialsuiinsuch;sa`all p ioan.nttly runniin streams hiavo henri,' of late years, reserved. S 1",th;. Goverfinment, in order that those' Persn'whoseiseletions do iioft"vrgo on ,the creeks and rivers may utilise them- if necessary. Faithful's Creek, though not a permanently uanning stream, has been ;surveyed- out; and:' i:those ?ersons i'ho have fenced into the creek, and are about to do so,will only 'tak the trouble to look; they will find survoey-mrks all along the ia"argu- on either side .of the creek, as nearly as liossi'ble, believe;l osne hain' from the centre of the streamn. These slu?vey-' marks-,:tindicate? plainly 'wheie ifenkes ahould:bdo erected, and thougl...
Euroa Police Court. Thursday, July 16, 1885. (Before Messrs Burkett and McKenna, J.P's.) [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 17 July 1885
I Thursday, July 10, 1885. (Before Measrs -Burkett. and McKenna, S..P's.) Thomas Kennedy was charged with the larceny of .£10, the property of Mr N., i Siupson. ' Thoeprisonerpleaded guilty; . `, .'=. t; Mr N. Simpson, on'oath, deposed: I ant a blacksmith, residing in Euro.; do - fendant was in -my employ for about four ,weeks ; on Satirday 'ight last, I paid a him. some money,. and 'afterwards placed • my purse on the mantelpiece ; on-Sunday morning I fourid that' the 'boy' habd' iot slept at home on the provious night, and c that the purse war missing;; gave'iifo-rna tion to the policeo - t Constable Orr deposed to the recovery of £7 of the money. ' hi Mr. Simpson stated he did not wish to t press theucharge against the lad., &lt; a Tho Bench senteniced prisoietv lb three months' imnprions itt in Bseehworthgaol (Before Messrs Glbsbn, McKenna, and Haley, J'saP,) F.S.Neale v. W. B; Pleasants: .it 17s, printing and adiertising. Plaintiff con ducted his own ease Mr. O'Leary? f...
Karramomus [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 17 July 1885
' : '"' IArrmaoiaL , . (. r,(ox ou nOWIN CcozrESPONDm ) -The idea .of apublic hall was mooted :lere some time ago, but,'after a good deal of. talki on the part of those interested, resulted inno action being taken. Perhaps -,if some of the prominent residents would .call a meeting, and have the matter dis : cussed, astart could be made in the right : direction.-' One costing, say, £60 or F60, would-probably answer-the 'present re Soquiremeots of the district; and,. in 'a , thriving place like Karramomus, it should , .?ot be, difficult to get a sufficient number 'of shareholder .to, realise that amount. .hThe building, if erected, could be utilimed .--asi 'a bandroom, debatig room, for con certs, and such-like entertainments, or a. nygeneral meeting purpose, for.which it might be :qgaired; and- w might even Shave a mechanics' institute or library of some0 sort established. The members of our local band would no doubt, give it a .cordial support, and render valuable assis .'tance. in ...
VIOLET TOWN POST OFFICE. Departure of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 24 July 1885
VIOLET 'TOWN POST' . '-"*OFFICE. ' ' eparture of Malls. "MAsL close, at ,Violet Town Post Office a'followis :- '' For Melboirno ~ ~iyat 9.30 a.mI., and B.30 p.m. -For Tamlengh, Tanleugh North, (loose Ibaig), anid ?CanaitanB o-Mondays, Wednea days, _ nnd Fridlaya_ Mails made sip pre vious nigHb 8 p.m, . ,. For Marrrawecney (loose bag), Boho (loose bag), ana Strathboeie North (loose baig)-T:ueslays; and Fridayas,"10.40 p.m. For Barrington's, Caniambo (loose bag) -MonTdays, Wedneidays, and Fridays. Xail . madeup previous night 8 p.m.
Arrival of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 24 July 1885
.'Maj rrive at the EuronPost Ofice as iollows : From- oonram, -Merton, -Doon, Main dample and Mansfield, at 5.20 p.m.,. Sun-. ,days excepted.. ... From .aminieson, Mondaya,Wedneudays,. .and.Frldaya, st 5.20 p.m.. From., Miepoll, MIwpoll South, Knr lranomu"sSouth, :,on Mondays, Wednee ..dayaandF Fdays, at9 a.m. - Riggs' Creek, Tuesdays and Fridays, 11 a.m.in. From.Sheanm s Oceek, Strathbogie, and ti-thlbgin West; on ?ednesday. and -Satrdays. at 5.30'p.m: ' S?Flrom Jalmattum, Mondays, -Wednes days; st 5 p.im. Melbourne upand down train, daily, at 10.1Oa l6. n - ": p -m Down train daily, at 6.15 p.m.- .
EUROA POST OFFICE. Departure of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 24 July 1885
-EURo9 `POSTi OFFICE.7.: t ?I 6clooso at the Euroa Post Officf a: SFr Gooram, Irton, , Doon, Main rdaimple,iifrid M slefiel at 11 .tim. daily, Suiznaay excepted. '; '- " ' JFr J.Tanieson, Tuesdanys, Thmrsdays, and Saturdays at 11 a.rm. PFr Miepoll, Miopoll South (loose bag), cana'tarrnaomnu,' Soulh :Mondays, Wed naesiays and Fridays, at 11 a.m. -.r For Shcan'q Crook (loose bag),. Strath s^i5o?:ig~l"St';.' thht)Ei 6 `n'~t (looso bagj). -on Xeanesdays and Saturnlays, at 11 &.m. For Balhiattum. . Mondays, Wedncs daa. .an EFridys, at, a.n, . jigB'C roeTc- TuCesday' and F riday"s ,at ll.3w..in. .. 7 . . , For Meelbourno :ýp and down train, .laily at 9.40 aiinh; '' ' .*For:irellbourne up: and down traiin, aýilY, .t 5.30Sp -
MELBOURNE MARKETS. Wednesday, July 22. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 24 July 1885
lMELBOURINE' I 4 x31RK-ETS. Wecdnesday, July 22. Fat Cattle:-1700 weKre 'irded;includ ing two draftsfrom Queensland, numbering O550h.i?id.h The ??uppdl donsisted chiefly of second quality. There was a full atten dance of-buyers, and 'prices advanced 10s. perhead'on list viieok's lates prime des criptions, which were scarce, nmeeting. witl briik cotfi~etition:'Best~.pens 'f: bullocks-sold at from £13 to £14 17s.-Gd.; good do, from £10 to £12 ; second doi; from £7to £8 ; inferior, froni £5.1 I Best' pens cows from, £S.to £10 .10s; good do, from £6 to £7 ; middling and inferior, £ 4 . , - demha~, C.s ."not '6"firmn, 'inut no "fiiatenra' alteration from. lat: rate': rates can be quoted. Best sold at-from 65s to 80s.,. good,eirom'40s to 50si" , second, r~mi 25s to 35s.; inferior, fromi'I.5." 5 Fat Sheep.?-About 16,000 were,yarded, ri fair proportion of'irhich'were bf good to prime'quality, best lots being represented byo.crossbreds.-The demand?d wasnsmucl duller tlhn ~.litst seul,. i?bl ...
PARLIAMENTARY. THE BUDGET. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 24 July 1885
-'PARLIA&MENTAURl - :-TitE BVDET. iThe.Aseinibly .wa only toccupied on Wednesday for live minutes with the pro~, liihinyary uisiness yidrd ats t erenty-6ve; ?iiniutes to for o'clock thlie'Houso wunt into comnmitte of supply, when the Trea ,surer commienced his financial statement. Mi Seivice said it had fallen to his lot on mauy occasions to announce the financial condition of the colony, but he had never rsein with such pleasure as he did then. 'The ltatemiient he had -to make was of a most satisfactory character. The Treasurer announiied' at the outaet that the revenue for last year'was in excess of the estimates and'that'he would have a balance of £32,210 .with which to commence the current year, a statement - which was warmly applauded. The estimated eipehd ituire for the currentyear was set down at £6,949,074,,.anthe estimated revenue at £7,000,141, which would leave a balance .for1886-87- of .£51,067. The.Treasurer observed that under the act passed last year the reven...
Football. CASTLE CREEK V. KARRAMOMUS. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 24 July 1885
CASTLE CREEK V KARRMOMUS. The:first"nmatchl:'for.'rthl iseas'on i was played on the Miepoll Recreation Reserve on' Satrliday last, btetwen temiis' represent ing Karramnomus and Castle Creek, clubs. FortulnitelyitihouohghtliW 'oluli'lo6ludid threatening- before the gaiue-counnenced, the afternmon kept fiunes. The grouind was in'guod order, with the exceptiori of a ouple of crablioles attheo easteind, where soni of the players came to grief, evident ly to the amusement of the spectators. As the Caatle Creek teani-'.'were three men short, only seveiteeii played on each side. From the starth'tli ball wa'aisliiiOtt con stantly.keptbon the Castle Creek goal until hlalf-tiiune was 3called. .Only-on? two. or, three ioccasion.s was it'.taken beoyond lthe centre of the ground,jwhein-Ryau\aiid *'P. Barry made a couple of good runs.?:: Itnthe' latter part of:tlih gaine;', hwever?;Castle Creeksuicco?ded in-forcing the play danger ously near their .opponents'...stronghld and 'placing two lihiiast...
Balmattum. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 24 July 1885
Inalmsattusum.' (ýFBox oUR:,OWW COaR.SPONDEsrr.) . A largely attended, meeting was held the other day to take steps towards open ing the new State school biiildifig Wyhich is rapidly approaching co:npletioii,' anid which, whoen finished,, will be quite an ornament to our little ton, ';nd rfledts' great credit on the contractor,M r Gourlay. The opening is to take the-form of a con-: cert aid'ball, so" I e?iidi'tdo ees our Balnattum friends roll up and put their shoulders to thai wheel,- aind msake the affair a success,, especially,considering the cause the proceeds" are'goingj to, iia?tely, a picnic for the ,'young'tins." 1 will, however, if ,it, be not-too late,, give Mr1 Gourlay a gentle hint ,to lnlie tlh;, luor extra strong;" for 'th6e young folik'' toes are already getting very .itchy.: The crops 'of late'in must instances are looking well, but.the.severo..frosts which have been visiting us.lately have checked, their growtli:' ? J Lainbing is progressing- fvorably, and `farmers ...
Euroa Horse Parade. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 24 July 1885
Euroma IlorwsePartae.ZL. -. ý*- ,HE .EDITOR1; ; i -3 - -..-> «.- A- . '.E- :Sir. - Since the. parade has now.-'become li a nnual affair, do you think utliatwe have selected the best iionth? I, f?orone, d6 not think so: -,As the season generally codnuences- betwee=d theiLt- atd 10th of Slptemnber't'cainnots s' why liorse owners should be putjto'. thelexpense of.having tlirL'.horses in ,pink coniiitiona thre e weeks or a month before the season com nibuces, and Inmust say it is a .difficult. matter to bring, a.horse fit to6 b pia'ddei at such-an ,]early. dýts. in .tlisditcrict. as iA altlibugh, 1sbyj tlietpapersi iictaa e abo'ut tl:o irst ou.the list-A_.noticeable. fekture during the previous parades that have beein' h eld ýhas been 'ttuseeo',oraus par'ided thati-had?_ot casC their old hair ; iin fact you could"hlidly :ecognise the same horse a.nonthrlater.A:Alsb there is another mnatter re the-parade, that is, in parading,: the. horses, should ;paradoe the, principal streets.of Eu...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 24 July 1885
RAILWAY `TIME TABLE. TRAia-lkrve Erom DiLY : follows:" For Melbourne'at 10.17' ai.m., and 6.17 For Seymour and Shepparton' lines at x.17 p.m.:: ::. For Benalla, Wanparatta, anrid Wodonga, at 10.16: .m., and 6.55:p.m. For Benalla at 10.16 p.m.? Painter and Paperhanger. lacels PaIatesr * atgi Wrlter ANDERSON. STREET, BUROA. TRATHBOGIE SAW MILES. Sawn ,Timber; of any length andi sire, aupplied at the shortest notice. " .llFParticulars from ? w N EEL A N D S, EtUROA. .QEORGE UIBA ETT, :. 'IICENSED: CARRIER, EUROA ALL. ORDE:RS left with Mr A J. Neill will reeive prompt f';:" : ° `Attenti'nn. ?liewood 'I'3 Any Quantities. JaNys Rugas BsOVmD.: MISSES YOXON, DB5tB MAEMAXU A. MrLLJDZ RSa (Let of Melbouree.) ] AVING commeneed Business at . Railway-stieet, Euroa. "?ispeet. .ully ,olicit.a"shaire.of the patronage of the above Town sva;zreunding?district. All orders promptly executed in latest :style and best of wort.' ' EGS to Infonrm Ote inhabltans of Violet: Town 'and -district that, 'having ...
Arrivals of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 24 July 1885
Arrivals *ot Mails. MAIes arrive at Violot Town Poet Office as follows:- ...... From Melbourne daily 10.35 a.m., and i.20 p.m. . From Tamleugh, Tamleughl N.orth, and 'Caniambo--MondaYE, Wednesdays, and Fridays, 4.:30 p.m. .2 From farrnaweeney, Boho, 'nd Strath bgie . North-Tuesdays, 'and Fridays, .6.30 p.m. .From Gowangardie,-Tuesdays, and Friday 10 a.m. . From Barrington's,. Caniambi--Mon day, Tuesdays, and Frilays, 4.30 p.m.
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. 24th JULY, 1885. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 24 July 1885
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY XORNXO. "Let ahtl ke e i th ds a " t' Sat beL thy`' Ciontry's, .hy.iGod's, and Truth's.'" FRIDAY, 94th JULY, 1885. Fon some yeari;past-the press of Vice toria has been busily engaged in ani mated, controversies= over the 'rapidly undltiplying? daiers :"en`uing from the various parasitic disorders affecting both plant and'anilallife.in our midst, and the whole community has been agitated in the attempt to discover the readiest and most effective steps to be taken for ilhe'eaidiatin' or 'restriction of these' seo esU:In so e cdesils';4 iI theitii vasion sof)our,;vineyards by. the phyl lox.erai the spoilation of ,-large areas of culticutdili lan' d 'liis been a source of considerable d lossa,:to ithe:.Go?eriMuent and ~has; threatned;top?isd ateri.lly re tar],., iffnot to. uttenl ;extinguish. the fond hope iba m oday yeisccessfully -rival-the products of the most famed wine-pyodOclng countriesgin the.world. Stirred-up by the leavy.'losses already sustainedl,?and4h...
The recent Water Supply Conference. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 24 July 1885
The recent Water ?upply Conference. T'c"N in hrkal Stindalrd"this coimmnins on the actioii of the Euro idclegates, at tliho Conferenci lately held at Shepiartdoi:-It': was especially noticeable aitthe conference that in point:of information 'upon the water ;question generally, the delegates from Yarra wonga; Nnininrkah i"aidl South Slheppirton, were far in advaice of the'rpresentatives of Behalla and Euro.. The latter,coining from districts wherwwater trusts have not been.in opr-ation, were wofully behind" the tinie in itheir knowledge oftwater- enactments,, and of the'irdserit stitueo'f'pihblic opinion' oi thli' question. The Benalla'ielegates, however, acquitted theliselvesviryvwellU, asthely camie to the conference not only to watch their in terests,but to hear andijudge of the argu :metts advanced. The fact that they becamei corivert daddring tlie discii~ision 'piaks' d:iit well:for'tlheir honesty and cmndoui , as forthie:: intelligence iiid, fitnias ;onf the ailvocates of. I th...
Evolution. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 24 July 1885
E-ws-b.«t*io m. SIthink that this lf :is onlyoneioffi" series. of ,liye~awlhich ou inearnated part has lihed. " h;ve little doubt of our having pro-existed.; and that-also:ithe tini oi our ipro-oxtenlcuwe were actively omployed." -::(::T oi:j x * '- , ;. P'''*** .GOB~DpS.
Commercial. LOCAL MARKETS [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 24 July 1885
'C~nhmerciasl. - .LOCA.L mmnlA -RK s Messrs Slee, O,_ilby and Co. report: we held our third-Quarterly Horse Sale at= Euroa,oon,thl.16th iust. when about 150 horses camie under the hamniier, but owing t the low condition of the animals, and the high reserve placed upon-them.by the owners, we were unable to place .s many nolw d?ro i! wi . The IlIelbourno buyers, who attended wereLunable to make any purchase o~i ing Tto tide riarketi being glutted, and prices far too high:-Heavy Draughtsr sold -tn?-£40; !nedium,n £25; Hacks from £10 to" £20; Buggy Ponies £25 a pair...We hope that at our next sale owiers will see their way.to inldeirte thereservesto the3Ielbourne Market. The lcal mill reports having purchased during the week about; 240 hngs of wheat at the' folliwine price:---Wheat; 3s 7d t' as9d'; oats,-2, 5d to 2s Gd. Mr C. • L.; DeBoos reports; prices Iorally as .follows.-- .C :'.."...". ' ý: Fresh butter.las drr :: E s.,-Ils5d. sFnowle a2sastc Ssper air shiO *siiT Ducks Ss:peri.i.ir...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 24 July 1885
PAPE . BAGS 'TEA-! PAPERS, S: , -TRY,, '?iTHE ,a.";'· +? To exci :1 ir.·1· l ru. 1n"0-11 ,!L (: "ý 7 "AD VERTISH Offce -., AL EN:. General Storekeeper, :1 RONMONGER, ,Has lwiy ohand for .ale.: . O..... ERI..E.. .OIES 1:3EST QU ' L IT:Y S... ". .: Cement, , , Fencing wire, (best brIadd.) Agent Iq? the 2 EW ZEALANDIt LOA AND MERCATIL GEN CO Melboune : : bsh, Ad2ancee made agains . Graid and Wijol. Agent for the c an..ctlar; l.f ebfl Flare A a.: .ra e Cielety. : I ellbourne. Ag.iutfior the roUTUAL ASSURANCE SOGIETY OFVICTO ITA. .Agent fo M'Cori:ma;l.:::. : Reaper - ad. • Twine. Binder, and other~ Ags~cultural Implements ; iincludling : DOBIE'S SEED SOWER; PETER BEY'S DOUBLE ACTION hui mostL;ahbur Saving Churn Known. Cash Buyer i'I all Parmn Pr4 a FRUIT TREES AT MELBOURNE PRICES. Or Tarn Sior?msr NOTICE. MUTUAL ASSURANCE: SO~ CIETY OF iVICTORIA (LIMItEr.) " Head Offlee 79 Little Collins-':. etreet, West Meilbourne. For Life Aesuran eand Endowments. s:uuy s ,jo+..i. e. s ., ,+iv.Uo - .. ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 24 July 1885
'Bisiness Notio s, . -, ; S" C.IA NIIIEIEUT, Teacher: off'.Pianoi'Violin; Si" g uj, aid ' .&lt;q I;sa i 'l r ,'Theory '" ' i. ' (Basjdniakterpof the *Euros'Town Band,) IESISES t'o nnounfce to is pupils and friends thiat lise.s1i REMOVED to his , ,onewresidnc , E ViEA --o'CTTAL oFa-KIRKLAND STREET. Where he will be' AiLs h??ip to receive Tuition Stri?lrrt. !to. TEiMs I 'ATlAxCE : For Pineo nd'Viobii Quaiferly £220 For do. and Sgin nfri a'-_~27 3 3 0 N LLALHN SR-A E, 'L "'I a l 0 e9rj t Tobacef tis EUROA. Best American Brands of Tobacco .AOH1 t4 .I arn'-Y Ah V.1JAl JJ 4.-i Genuine Havanna Cigars kept In stock. i We"un ddOt:'fd:^i,:';'.. ... o , .. : ., R NEW PUBLIC HALL? EnUOA. housaHc !:nC~? * i,,irh p T. 'BARRACIJOUGOH; V 4.BOOTMAKER, B EGSjes4pe`efllyd~th'ankthirGin'eral Public for the patronage which they have so generously given him, and to assure. theniltliathismwhold prahticasl t-ow. ledge will Ve trouglij .toibar to suply the CHEAPrES AND BF .BOoTS ~ p EUROA. 31y7oUt ....