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Siftings. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 24 July 1885
,-% 1 vMeftIn.l s. ;liT . The half-yearly meeting of the Melbpurne rypographical Society' ias held'bh Satiirday last in the Trads' Hall, Carlton.ui ; i -, A' rush has set. in to Mia-Mia Flat, near, Stawell. ,The .Melbourne ri.Hunt:Ciuliuliad':soiie fanous sport on Saturday,.at the opening of the Deer Park, ner Mount Derrimut. Two young men in town with the bump of colnbativeness.largely' dvelbped; alre saving up'their " pocket money" to'replace a large window that they'meandeiircdthroulgh whilst saipling their muscula ii wer . People wlio.~se their brhin's :nich aoW.the loigest lived. .;A:word to thewiso.wo , The "Sunny South" -is-shining at the Op)era House. . . " The " Sydney&'Daily h Tele'pli" 'eiimes that the Victorian Postal-Department was the first to introduce. the sixpeuninytelegram' aysteom in the colonies. '. Three shareholders obbject to Mr. Bridge's withdrawal of prizes 2,.4, ;7 8, and ;in con sequence the drl inii is paotponed; to allow an uunderstandirg aineabl...
AVENEL. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 24 July 1885
The Monesa footballers-came up on Sitirday.?last, openly;.:.exprzsaing their certainty of'*inning the match; but very siion after the play commenced,. it was ciar, that with the exception of perhaps" halfla-dozen men, none of the'tei? had iter played in a match before, or, at all events,,had-;any,-idea of the game as it should be played, ,depending. solely on th-eir owi .single cffprts, and not under stan'ding layiiiginti obne anothei'r lih~hids: two; men frequently rushed fori the' ball ensd'collided, greatly to the amusement of tleo ionlookers: so .that.in spite. of most strenuous efforts oni :the pair of the few really good players, the game termianated inan easy wini for As nol by 4 goals :TiTe scqgrs being Avenel 4 goals 6 behihdd, Moniea 1 behind. Althotigh the game as playein amost friendly manner, yema I, wuldipess upon some of the Mones team the absolute :necessity: of being slightly more choice in their ,language, as a repetition of -that iused on Saturday, -will not condu...
[TO THE EDITOR.] [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 24 July 1885
SIr,--Your intoresting-allssions3t4 the very remarkable genius I manifested by Master Herr Kruse and'Louis"aBrenliai, in your issue of tie 17th instant, has sug gested a reproduction: of 'the follow ing thoughts on -the above subject'-: -In the Contcnmporary ..Revlew for March, of 1873, an article on Natural Theology terminated with these words: "If we once take in .the idea that the worldi. notu made, but the Creator: is nmaking it through us . . . I will not say that all the difficulties which en- t compass the question vanish; but- I think we see daylight through them." : The writer of- that' articli; , i n y opiuiiu; ,came so.near the.trith in' riiny of his con jectures'aid 'cncluisios thati th 'i wo deri is lie failed ti'g'rasp it'.'yen he .declared that isin' .'salvation lies' il iedieic ' tolO iJpUs liich hie ifeels lie nust' obey, but'wlose purposes lie cannot fathom;'h he ..approached, the,.discovery.of., a'law which ,isuniversal :in:ita- operation;' ad; being divine in its...
European News. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 24 July 1885
Euaropesn iNewvs. The ?situationj h~tweei?Einglarid sandi ussia .is regairded as 'ore' peaceful iii ch:iracter, the.Emperor.oof. Russia .having, issued'orders forbiddingt thie tops on the A?lhan .frontier froni taking any aggres sive action. In theHouse of ,Conmons on Tuesday, Lord RaIidolf Chlirchill, the Sec reary of ,State for India, denied the re port vwhieli appeared in the "Standard" on M1onday, to the effect'that an arrange ment had been arrived at between the two countries, .liy: iihiwcli tMeadich.ilk, ''to the south of Penjdeh, was-to-be ceded to Russia, and Zulficar was to be held by the Anjicr of;Afghianisitain.? erf .grCtifyiiig news has .been received fromn Kassala, in the!Soudan, which has beeti bravely occu pied by Egyptian-trops fpr;months part;:, and rcgarding wh'ose safety serious fears were entertained. It is riowreported that thoi gairrisnistill hiin i ut succes' fuly, and that about thli-iiddle of June .they defeateda largebody of rhirels ywho iattacked the p ac...
TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 24 July 1885
+ st ,TO' ?TE EDTliT .'1 . Sir, As the iatepayers will be called upon at the Shire election- next month to give their votes iný-tlie -ciitter of local: option, for" or against :the increase of public, houses generally, Iwould ask'them in teach riding, to, state distinctly, if in ffavour, the additikil nnumbe'r of those re quired.rfo6r thisr?ea"onltithat it must be patent to every one that the accommoda tioi at present available is totally inade quotteo. the reqiireusents ofthe public Slieciafly;i;4 th'toln'tonf Euos? on-sle das. -ou IE , ,N; W yoiiDUTr&_ EL:, ONE WVHO WO.V.LD LIKE TO. SELL
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 24 July 1885
Deaths. DEBOOS. --On the 23rd instant, at Euroa, Frederick Garnsey, third son of &nbsp; Charles Lane DeBoos, aged 2 years and 9 months, of congestion of the &nbsp; lungs. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; The funeral will take place at 3 p.m. on Sunday. FOWLER.-On the 17th July at the resi- dence of her parents, May Agnes Sarah, the beloved daughter of &nbsp; Thomas and May Fowler, and grand— daughter of Mr. and Mrs G. Charman, Strathbogie. Aged 2 years. " Our little bud in heaven."
Gazette Notices. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 24 July 1885
G"azitteo 'Xotlces. *'The Governor-ii-Caoncil has approeda ot tile establishment of a Rifln.Club in Strath: STe new regulations for"the cnriHage'of live .stbck.on the Victorian rilways are gazetted as? also i the new -odsi classifinc tibn and tariff. !Applications. for,,licensas approyed. 'Charles Spencer, 82M, Booralhaman ;Ellcn Davis, :300a, Boroaomnanim; Williha H. Ellis, 80a, lioho; Wnii: IH~.Illis40L%-asMar raweecny ; Wm.-Lanont,:jun., 206a, Lima; Charle. McLean,.320a, Log32, ood ; George Sliper;-24Sa,TaiOrcoinl; Henry.Ridley,1 18a, Mbnea South; Alexander MacLoish, 320a, Monea Souithl; oiis i W. !Dili it4;f2:39a, Monea Soiut I: Jamnies liIacLish :20i,,Moanca South ;rGuyY. Robinson, 3"20s, arconbc.; Henry G: Slopr,i l2lam, Taro:nbe"; Richardl Sliarp, l 'l,1O,'Riifr Josepihi"H Bcry;'100l , rMbnea South: John Templeton,.i20a, Ruffy ; Eric A. Brodin, 320a, Monea South; Annie (. ces.,n, 73a.( TarcombB Frederick Myets, .LU,.c.1 ,BolO4nd V7arrn -ayne.: Jon, renlb:.iyne : .Ji. Moorney,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 24 July 1885
TENDERS are called. f r tlo EEREC TION of a brick' CffJROCH tEurou' Plajis and" Specifications cann be seeniart P. F. MICCJLwEY's. An early inspection . is reqiiested; _astendees aire to;";tbie et on the, 28th.:INS~l~TANT&",~: §'~ J.^ 'EU I 7 rT ARICULTURAl; & "P'ASTORiA ESOCIET.Y' SPRESIDENT: G.0 - Chomloy, Esq. ::' ITHE .FIRST " SPRIN:G. :.EXHIBITION will be held inthe-'7 " r -l ON' 'l ^ ^ FRIDAY,. 30thO OTOBER., 1: 1885 - ...... 1:',a .r.:a '..lni ? iAJ & . t.!]- ' T 1',SU.E[ Tntendin gSillicribers aroparticularlyrea qucstet to aend in their names without delay, in order that thiCPImmittee maybo raided thoreby in framinj their Progammo1. I - The' ,Tieasure;'de;si~csto'ackdlowledge tle following.promises :--; ,. - ; Alien, W., L5 5s ; Ankler. G.,. sCd,; Atkinison .Jas.' ti Is-i' Atkinfson"MR iEL S; Allason, R. K., l.ls ; Anderson, A.," £1 ,.Armstrong, Robt.1£1 1V. i [ iBirkett, Jas.,£55s.; Barton, Jno. junr. 1 Is; Burgess,;A. J., 5s ;,Boyle,Jno., 5s Bggs, F...
Public Meeting at Balmattum. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 24 July 1885
P* ubic IMleetlnat at D alMt attu . ;: A large-attended public meeting was hcld at: the old State school ' Balmattum, on Saturday evening last, for the purpose of initiating steps to secure a railway sidin at that place, and tie establishnmenit of a daily mail from Euroa. Mr Thomas Dunning was .. voted'to"the chair; and after reading the advertisement convening the meeting, ex plained the great inconvenience undel which residents of the neighborhood labored, in having to cart wood and grain a distance of seven miles to a railway station.- Previousn attemlpts,rho said, had been made to secure a'. siding, and two deputations had interviewed the' authorities on the subject. An officer -ad bce n sent-up td repoit as to-aaite,;and one had been surveyed, but owing to a counter petition being sent in, nothing had been done. •There were at present several 'wood sidings between Euroa and Melbourne, and he considered little difficulty would, be. presented in this instance if unanimity of opin...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 31 July 1885
Painter and Paperhanger. Conch Painter d sign WVrlter ANDERSON STREET, IUROA. STRATHBOGIE SAW MILLS. Sawn Timber, of any length and size, supplied at the shortest notice. Full Particulars from W..- NEELANDS, - EUROA. GEORGE I&MURRETT, LICENSED CARRIER, EUROA LL ORDERS left with Mr A J. Neill. will receiye prompt Attention. Firewood in Any Quantities. FusRNITUa z REIMOVED. MISSES YOXON, DRnSm MArn MA IIJMERS (Late of Melbourne.) H AVING commenced Business at Railway-street, Euroa. Respect. 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. THOMAS BOND, BEGS to. inform .the inhabitants of Violet .Town and district that, having procured an AUCTIONEER'S LICENSE, he is prepared to undertake Sales of every description, on the most reasonable terms. P. F. McCLUSKEY, RAILWAY - STREET, EUROA.. IS prepared to supply his customers Goon AccoMMODaTION Fo TRAvELLERS. 7obacoo, Pipes, Cigar, 4 c. ...
VIOLET TOWN POST OFFICE. Departure of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 31 July 1885
VIOLET TOWvN POST OFFICE. Departure of salltth. Mains close at Violet Town Post Office as follows: For Molborne daily at 9.30 a.m., and 8.30 p.m. For Tamlough, Tamleugh North, (loose bag), and Caniambo-Mondays, Wednoe days, and Fridays. Mails made up pre vious night 8 p.m. For Marrraweeney (loose bag), Boho (loose bag), and Strathbogie North (loose bag)-Tuesdays, and Fridays, 10.40 p.m. For Barrington's, Caniambo (loose bag) -Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. Mails. made up previous night 8 p.m.
Arrival of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 31 July 1885
Arriarul of ] "lSr. ]tAILS arrive at the Euroa Poet Office as follows : - From Gooram, Morton, Doon, Main dample and Mansfield, at 5.20 p.m., Sun days excepted. From .Jamieson, Mondays,Wodnesdays, and Fridays, at 5.20 p.m. From Miepoll, Micooll South, Kar rauomus South, on Mondays, Wedries days, andFridays, at9 a.m. Riggs' Oroek, Tuesdays and Fridays, 11 a.m. From Shean's Crook, Strathboglo, and Strathbogio West, on Wednesdays and Saturdays, at 5.30 p.m. From ]a1uattlrn, Mondays, Wednes days, at 5 p.m. ?elbourne up and down train, daily, at 10.17 &.m. Melbourne up train, daily at 7 p.m. Down train daily, at 6.15 p.m.
EUROA POST OFFICE. Departure of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 31 July 1885
EUROA POST OFFICE. Departure of Malls. 1rLS close at the Euroa Post Office as follows:- - " For Gooram, Merton, .Doon, Main dample, and Mansfield at 11 a.m. daily, Sundays excepted. For Jamieson, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 11 a.nm. For Miepoll, Miepoll South (loose bag), andKarramomus, South Mondays, Wed nesdays and Fridays, at 11 a.m. For Shean's Creek (loose bag), Strath bogie, and Stnrthbogie Wst (loose bag). on-Wednesdays and Saturdays, at 11 a.m. For Balmattum, Mondays, Wednes das, and Fridays, at 11 a.m. Rigs' Creek- Tuesdays and Fridays, at 11.30 a.m. For Melbourne up and down train, daily at 9.40 a.m. For Melbourne up: and down trains, daily, at 5.30p.m.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 31 July 1885
SHIRE OF EUROA. - LN t lnra -45 t .Ja.rA..nn.T r AND. WHITE, Shire Hall, Secretary. -. Euroa, March 12, 1885. -S W" -ANTED KNOWN, that Carolin and Co., of Sandhurst sell all makes of pianos. organs, and sewing mchlincs, also furniture, for cash or on time payment. Orders addressed as under, promptly attended to. ALBERT Lnws, Seven Creeks Hotel, Euroa, or Mrs SWITT, Temperance Hotel, Euroa. W A NTED K NO W N, that MRs. CLEMENTS (late of IMelbouIre) has opened a DINING and BOARDING HOUSE in Railway street, near Kirkland street, EUROA, and hopes by strict atten tion to business to merit a sha-re of patronage from the people of Euroa and surrounding districts. Private room for * Ladies. Refreshments etc., etc. . MR. H . H.. REEVES, , ..Y Teacher of AlMsi, fe. TEnors : .,PrivatellyMusic wi h Theory .i 10 Rudiments of Harmony &c ....1 10 Thorough Bass to advanced pupils. SOr at his private residence. .£1 Is. 1X ADVANCE. P UBLIC NOTICE.-MR. G. E. STHOMPSON of the Sawmills, Boho, in...
Gazette Notices. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 31 July 1885
Gazette Notices. Application ,for. Licenses approved : Richard Pethybridge, 10Ga,. Gowangardic; Jno. J. Doherty, 79a,Goomalibec; .Geo Varce GSa, Tatong;: Patk. Lewis, .160a, Gobur: Christina .M cKenzie,, 43a, Grritanbunel; Frederick C.'eowell, 320a,:Borodonanin.. , .Licenses Cancelled.-Chas Begs, grazing block, 17,00a. I Applications . not granted.-Catherine. Brodie, 1S9a.2e5p, Ruffy; Wn.mRogers, 320a, Taricombe. Applications for Leases approved.-Eden F.-Dean, 318a Ir 10p, Borodomanin. .According -to. the latest intelligence to hand by the incoming mail cholera appears to be-slowly but surely spreading through out Spain. It is stated that moro than 30,000 persons have fled from Mercia to escape the epidemic. In Madrid the authorities continue disinfecting the streets, and bonfires have.been lit in the more populous quarters,into which sulphur was thrown as a disinfectant,
Railway from Euroa to Cathel. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 31 July 1885
UIaIlweay from ECsroa to Ca'shel. A large and influential' meeting was held at the Caniambo State School on Friday last, to agitate for a railway line from Euroa to Cashel. ' The school did not hold much more than half the number assembled. The Coun cillors for the north rliding were present. MIr P. Hehir being voted to the chair. About £20 was collected in the room to pay the ne ceessary expenses in connection with the League. The following resolutions were unauimously pa?sedl:-Movcd by Mr Jas. Thorn, seconded by Mr G. Mawson, that Mr Goulter be permanent Sec. Moved by Mr J..'Thorn, seconded by Mr J. Whitliell, that it is desirable to form a League to urge upon the Government to construct a railway litio from Euroa to Cashel. Moved by Mlr Mawson, seconded by J. W. Rogerson, thrt a conimittee he now formed to carry on the work in connection with the League. About40 members of the committee were en Yolled,including the most inflicntial resilents in the district. It was carried that t...
Grocery Department. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 31 July 1885
Grocery Department. Our PRICES as usual still to be found at the LO WEST market rates: - : a. d. Good Suigar ...- O per lb Choice Tea ... 1- 6 Starch ... ... 0. 6 Sardines ... 0 6 per tin Herrmgs 0 8 , Sardines (large) 0 11 ,, Salt Samon ... 0 6 per lb Sao a... ... 0 2 ,, Tapioca ... ... 3 2l ; Rice ... 0 2 ,, Currants... ... 0 6 Tobacco ... 2 8 ,, Best Bluestone .. 8 3 ,, Red Cross Jams . 6G per doz. Brooms ... 1 3 each. Coffee?' ... ... 1 2 per lb.
Crockery and Glass Department. We have made LARGE REDUCTIONS in this DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 31 July 1885
Crockery ani Glans :Depart ment. We have made LGE RDUCIcIONS in this DEPARTMENT. ... Tea'Sets (40 pieces) ... 18. 6 set Ewers aid Basins ... 4 6 ,, Cups and Saucers ... 4 0 per doz. Large Tea Trays 3s Gd and 3 11 each Earthenware Tea Pots ld & 1 0. ,, Ditto, , .,, 1 6 ,, China Cups and Saucers 8 6 per doz. Cruets (4 bottle) at 2 6 each Glass Jugs ... ... 1 . ,, G.ASSES 4s Gd, 5s, and 6s per dozen.