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(CONTINUED FROM OUR LAST). [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 7 August 1885

. (CONTINUED FROM OUR LAST). As allthe' multiform powers and sub stances of- our' globe 'are but 'so; many "special forms of solar power; ard the worldsinito whiclh .!is strength is:. tem porarily poured,'is 'all the multifarious minds lpon the earth--in their various stages of growth 'nd 'development are, or shouldbe,l b'utso fnaly -receptacles or conduits of the Divinei Love, the cre ating and sustaining" principle of the universe.: And as, in what is called the ivegetable world,: each individual plant is capable of absorbing only cer tain rays-of light, and reflects all the rest, so man, in a condition of obedience to his maker, would receive and would give out the love;flowing to him from the inexhaustible source ; so that man's, health and happiness, and inas's ascn tion in the scale of mental being, would be contributory to the health, happiness, and progress of everything below him; anid this in' precise proportion to: his own progression. But the condition I have namied-tlat...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 7 August 1885

I' FOR PAPER iAGS, TEA P APE1LS, ..i STATIONERY &e, a w rz 6 h w a .;· TRY THE "ADVRTIS" .. Office Business Notia s. c. _i- i. B -,.- • , TPeacher of Piqino V'. lin, S"ing n aclt • :,;:,Lf~~. ,, z . ,':; ,;:-7;'. : '.7:',, (Bandmastc r of ah hEuroa Town .nd,) ESISES t aounce to his pupils and - friends that he. lias R?aMov . tto his new reOsidenCe, ... "VIE-A COTTrAGE, IKRKLAND STREET. Where he willbe most hippy to receive: thenm. 'tuition Strictl Pm ate1·'~· TEDIS IN ·fl1AD CE. 'ar Piano and Violin Quarterly , : 2 0 'For do. andSningn . . 3.3 0 n 2ltairdarci ers - & Tobaceosuni t RAIL~WAY STREET, " EUROA. - " Best Americaln Brnnds of Toliacco and Genuine lavanna Cigars kept in stock.' Stkrun'oorsc DOwN. Pipes Mounted and Repaired. BOOT ,"MART,: NEW PUBLIC HALL, EUsOA. -.~. T. BARRACLOUGH, BOOTMA.KER, - EGSrespectfully totalmnk tle General Public for the patronage whiclh they hivo so generously gven,him, and to assure themn that his whole practical knIow ledge willbe...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MELBOURNE MARKETS. Wednesday, July 22. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 7 August 1885

M3ELBOURNE MARKETS. Wednesday, July 22. Fat Sheep.---This market was- sulHea -with about 14,000, alarger proportion than -usual being merinos, some of. which were in prime condition. There was a good demmnd for best lots, and prices on the whole were eq'ual to last: week's rates. best crossbred wethers, medium weights, sold from 16s to 16s Gd; good 'do, from 14s' to 15s; second do. from 12s to 13s; inferior, from 10s; best Merino wethers, from 14s .to 16s, according to weight; good do. froin 1ls Gd to 13s: second do. from 10s to 11s; inferior from 7a. Fat L?,bs.-1,800 wereyarded, includ ing some lots of this season's dropping. The demand was brisk, and last week's rates were maintained. Prime sold at from 10s Gd to 12s;good from 8s Gd to 10s; sect -ond, from 7s to 8s; inferior, from-3s..

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Balmattum. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 7 August 1885

Balmattum, (FROM oul owi con rSONDeTw.) Since writing my last, the long-talked of concert and ball has come and gone, and was, as your reporter noted,a decided success, and reflects great credit on the gentlemen who took the matter up. I think there could not ben better oppor tunity of jogging the memories of the Balmattumites as to the necessity of a public-hall. The want of such.a place was never so severely felt as on this occasion. Oh, pity those that had chilblains and crushed toes next morning; but, one and all thoroughly enjoyed themselves. Now, I do not wish to hurt the young folks' feelings, but when I have anything on my mind I am restless. It is this : not any tauing terrible, only a little " grace of heart" has been indulged in ; whether it will ripen into anything moie serious I am unable to say. I. for one, should like the tables turned .in the direction of weddings. Permit me the liberty to make a remark or two, although it is not my place to dictate to our local rule...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 7 August 1885

SHIRE OF EUROA. -PLANS of the SHIRE, irice 5s. can lie obtained on application to the See retary or by enclosing Postal note for that anmount. . By Order, •AND. WHITE; Shire Hall, Secretary..' Euroa, March 12, 1885. DELATITE SAW MILLS. %V. O:.rZ WITE and CO. L 0 N G W 0 0 D, Are prepared to supply S AW( N T IMB E R, All Lengths and all Sizes, on. the Shortest Notice: ORIDES EATI?SrTED TO US WILL RECEIVE RFIOMPTr AwrENTION. The Thoruuhhbred Stallion M 0 -N S 0 0 N Will TravelEuroa and Surrounding Districts this Seas.n. rON SOO(N is a beautifuldapple brown, _ 8 years old, standing over 15 hands Iigi, has strong fiat bone,wtith sound con s:itution, good muscle and black points, and is well adapted to get strong, hand asome, good-tempered hackneys or buggy horses. He has proved himself a sure foal-getter. PEDIoRIEE : 0-M0onsoon, by the imported Arabic horse Simoon, which stood at Mr J.:nmes Turnbull's, Emu Plains ; dam, Brown Duchess,by Hotspur,by Waverley; g dam Fidget, by Little Joln....

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Euroa Police Court. Thursday, 13th August, 1885. (Before Mr Wyatt P.M.) APPEALS. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 14 August 1885

SEsroaI (olie c.Court. Thursday, 13th lAugust, 1SS5. (Before Mr'WVyatt P.l.) APPEtLLS. A loi; listof appaidli frofii t6 ridt& illi tion of the shire was heard, resulting, with one exc?ption, where it was evident-a mistake hiidboccurred, in favor"of theo;cof7iioil. Mr"I White, the shire secretary?:conducted the defence: Tie folldiiiifkfire the ihimefisfthe appellants, and the decisions: Thomas clk, junri.; dismissed. Agnes S.-Iek;: dismisscd. Js?,esl'Ick dishissed: Thomas Ick, sentr.; reduced by consent, R.' Wallcee; ano appearance, ckso"struck out. I. J. JWitti isia; 'ididuicils fro6it L2i7 to L23. James Vebbj; no-appearance, case struck John Runcimana; dismissed, John Brown ; "n appe'mrnce, struck out. ,John .-Chanter: don (conssequence -of, the sickniess of ajipellant, the cise was isdjourirned for 28 dlays. .,:[ .. . Charles Hunt; no auppearance, struck out. Lawrence R. Chanter ; dismissed. Albert Chanter ;. dsissinied ? " A. M'Kindlay; no appearance, struck iJa?mes ratto...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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The Shire Elections. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 14 August 1885

The Mhire Elections. i Theannual, election of representatives ash' eld' ilirroigiotit the 1 ahfe'pcsterday. Thie retiring councillors-were: Central Rikdih?i, MrJ. .iib dn w dho also decu i dt the honorfklh iosbon of Piesidarentiof the shire; North. Riding,?Mr +P. Hehir; the seat in the South--hiding having been vacated by'MiR:. f. Grali.nissoimo ?o ik; before the election. :s-Mir rP. Hehir was accorded a walkover for his seat, rate payers in the north' riding:being evidently under .the impression; that theyrhad 'bean well servedin.the past, and. were likely to lie so in the future.i And we;consider they have every roeason to be: satisfied, seeiing that their representative has ,secured far more improvementsa in.his district than have been completed in a:ny ' ofthe other ridings. Mr Gilbson w-as opposed in the central?fiding by Mr, Thomas .Duinning 6f B.almattuni, and JdP:,Jacksonr of Stratli liogie; while for the south, entirely new blo6d wasiut :forward lin the.puesons;of Messrs Mc...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Poetry. ON THE DEATH OF MR. G. MACKRELL, J.P. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 14 August 1885

ON THE DE$ATIO FMUI . G MCdKRELL, Were Death a blank( oblivious state,-ý. An utter quenching of life's spark, " cession of sensati'ons pulse,` I With imom 'ry'stablets void anildarik, :Then justly might our tearful gief SO'erlap" the eyelids? iioisten'd: rst, ' Our hearts, dissoblvedw ith ibitter woe, In briny streamlets pas' away .\i? But Death, we know, is scarce a changer-± IA loop-line onilife's endless track--"ib. A ceitain progress tow.ads the goal?-i:?, A gift of powers the living lack,.:'I .;:: Then why:should we,: ,poor mortals?here. Bound hand; and, foot to earth's, dull A loss wich is y gai bemoan, SOr wish to break the potent spell No rather may thy spit rove IFrom mundanei tbiird'ng fetters free, While we on earth may joyful wait, Prepared ourselves to follow the( s.. Wheii,i punb'd by our journey., hr :. 1We cast iiadb this'rbe e-nfclay," Earth's midnightmysteriessalll.p.s,,--. IW see at last thelight of da ,,,l

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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CORRESPONDENCE. EUROA HORSE PARADE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 14 August 1885

CORREU41POvDENCE. S..EUROA' HORSE PARADE. TO THEEDITOR. nSm,-In'n 'IC EurC'.Adirti.i" ;t'ere was a letter signed.o Ge. Sutherland, which Siust have been written by that gentlcm:.a when aroused out of his:.slepejust.' as he hibd been dreaming, and at the, same timo was out of temper, also short df'mmiioiy, to. make so many mistakes in a letter coming .hifore the publio,,and with the: intention of 'damaging ouniredtation` as studl owners. In the "Advertiser of 31lt July, we troubled ybu, Mr Editor. with a'few&'remarks re the ;hbrse parade.!. Such remarks have roused Mr Shthcrlard to a high, mark, itseems by the way le writes. 'Let us tell that gentleman of his great mistakes in his ill-natured letter towards us: he; says that wem intended to damage the jarade, anid also nmislfd' owners ,of mares. No'w,' Mr E., there is no man of 'co:nn'o' s n:e or I shou'd rath r ay no mr n that knows, us;woild' believe wei would dil anything of the sort;.it isfor us to do what twe could to fo...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 14 August 1885

Empress of Austria is one of the best horsewomenin-.inEurope ' 1 'rliie Essirglagrant radiaitiurTJiair;s" revelry, but his bicycleWtdoal handy, and his detecto?ti.waslef.t- 89lustalono. A 6000 riilcrt'irtlrou'vhi Cbana'da, ohi bicycles, is. t be.nisde6by ifty.-clergym'en. I No less than 21,000,widows of the sol diers ofthc.,war1862iare draing pens ion from the U. S. Governm'nit,' " ' " ... ' ..rojKanakas pmet, itlýfeirfuLaccidenqs lately,in,Qu6enslaud; 6ne,;fWihitba clan fler and was scal!ddi to deathi,'tlih " other liadbotaiirmasn fea fullyc'iched betwcon Sroierst iat thcvhad,t< be ...'i.'t . Id"""'-. i Enormous qidnttites of in anre t'thiowh into the Atlantic every.year. I Colliery explosion, ocurred;near Mar.. chestor on 19th June. ?176 lives lost. Si Melbourne Omnibus Drivsrasatrike has o trninatcd. . SThk funer:ia cort'ee o6 fth lat 'Giienr'al Grant extended six iil' i: "" *"' ' .o') '0 'Britilsh Comminiasion-officors ar- rapidly. fortifving Herat.., , . i DrByrno hi...

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Siftings. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 14 August 1885

The South:iAuntralian Legislature has extended the franchise to women. Now !"you shall see how we'll bother the men." The-Violet Town Footb'all Club; played. against Bonalla on' aSrtuyidiand sustiind a severe defeat. Better luck next time. Choleri has re appeared ait ifarseilles. A marble statue of--Bobbie Burns is to be placed in.;the Ballarat; Botanicali gar= dens. Advance.Ballarat. There are 29,227 locirotives belonging to the. railroads of North America.;r L - Death of Osman Digna is reported by Arabs. " - - Half-a-mileof frontage to Lake Ontaric, a solid block of.buildins,; was :burned to the grond. . . c,, TheZEgnlish lan'iti" is taught in 5,000 schools in Japan..?-'i":"" ."' . J. :*,..iir -, Gerald Eyre, a prominentu member of Dion Boucicault's company, died after'an illness of 40 hours duration, he has made his exit'fromn life's stage,' imnd the il"oh' why did you die" is' uttered in all it's cad reality.. : nr ~ For disturbing a Salvation Army meet ing, one month's imprison...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Moglonemby Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 14 August 1885

7Zo~ilonenlby Tottins. ·-- ? -- . .. _ r. " ' L -? ."._. A meeting of the Tamlcugh, Karra cnumus,"i en.-Molonemby , Colmittee; in Do:i~Ction" i?'i' the' Euro;' an'l C0 el Railway League. was hold at. Mr Joel Cooper's residenrice bi ;Saitirday last. A little business was transacted, but as little dould be done till after the public meeting ii Euroa 'tlih` 1i idtiifg'nti'ajlitnzed till to-day, Fridayzat 4 .o clock. - - A splendid rain fell onSunday'lst, and will not do the slightest harm, nay-it w-ill dogood '.Should it rhelp to ;,iaisil some .?f the seovere frosts whiclihave haId suclharetarding influence oi. thelgrowth dofrass and cereals lately, it will prove a grust boon, but it is ilinist too soon to expect Jack Frost ti~make his exit. There is a desire amnongst farmer's sires 'otlt'ti ifir 'isly ?todiisco(,iirj;iisie method of making hens lay ,cgs with elas tic shells. They aro led to this desire on couii'tit of'fhe'diti?tors frfeiaiutly;tt6id:: ing the carriage of eggs .over th...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Euroa to Cashel Railway. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 14 August 1885

The nimeeting convened foir Tuiesday aftetrnfon iflatto di-cu s the -d.cirability of the conistrnctioni of ?liine of rilliwany from Euroa to Cashel, era held,-in the Shire-hill,- !=when about 40 p'eirsons ssenibled-.ijihst of whom were? farmiers from the'surroundlingdistrict, resfidnts of- Euroa, being counpicuous by 'their absence. 1'1r V. Neelands was voted to the chair and opened: the meeting. The,,first resolution. w:is re.idjrby Mr Rogerson, who spoke stiongly in frvnr of -the line] proposed e': 'f-That this ineting deems it destrable to co olerate with the ;prese,t l.rimotera ..of the Euroa to Casheli Railway League to obtain a branch, line from Euroa to Cashlel. . * Mr P: Hehirseconded the motioin a, (poi ited out that thefarmersof thei Gowangardie, Cuniamin; and neigh boring districts wereilabouring undr\a great disid'vintsg?. The liaid inithat party.was the- .best. in the :Gouli?irn Valley but thie farmers were handi capped by having to cart their produdce ten anid twelve m...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Euroa Horse Parade. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 14 August 1885

i Euroaf BlIor.sc Patr ilue. The-annual horse-.ptiradletook:place atr Eturoa on Friday, last, when there was a large gatheirinig'from all parts'of'the district, and the town presented quite ananimated appearance throughout the whole day. During.the.morning .-the-Euroa-Town ?Baud occupiedthe reserve infront of the railway stationai?d'.ldisc ire&sd 'sweet strainh"'t thc gratification of all their-hearers. They were the centre of an admiring crowdj during-the hole o1 f the freniioo?; and tbir a4dmirablo playing seemed to possess more attractions than did the psaradi itself.' N?ine horses were shown, several'of which-iweraý,really, high-class animals. and such as would hear favorable comparison 'with any~ stock in the colony:-i :rliey.' .re?Tkeenly inspected ard criticised by breeders,} and a large amount of business waa .transacted, owners haing no canise't8o z&ret their attend ane EutEnro on Friday. TYTe followingi- were" theorssies shown:--- - P. M1'Lcan's ]Iighlander...

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DREADFUL MURDER NEAR EUROA. A MAN SHOT DEAD IN THE PRESENCE OF HIS FAMILY. SUICIDE OF THE MURDERER. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 14 August 1885

i DREADFUL NEAR EUROA. A MAN SHOT DEADL IiN )THE PRE SENCE OF HIS FAMILY. SUIC IDDE MURDERER Information w's broaghltt toTL gwo:obd on' Wednesday norning of a dreadful tragedy which tookpl'ace atCastle Creek on thie selection of Mr McCrae, a recent set tler, who lives; about two miles.fromin~Mr lHetfernan' shbtw\edi Longwood dudaib Gohlur, iwhich resulted in the death of a young m?,n'rnanmed Cliistopher . McCrite,. isged about 21-years.m aTlo. following are the liarticulars as far as at present known. On. the mornin,. named, a selector, n:msd Clarke whso' lives about a mile distant, w'i isassins M rCmae's" holdiiiffi? iilihitui ei'lhtbo'clock, carrying. a gun,;with whichl .e was shootind'wallablis. Seeing.'oung McCrae digiung in .the garden, Ciarkc .called't, hui, andi accused l?hi, -tof' pooi! ishortly afterwiards etished bctwoen 'tll twvo 'parties. t aMru McCrao with hii dalghtjtr, hoed) about 19i:ye:irs; :i ol 'liearing the quar'rel proceeding,.cauue 'onut side to see 'whslt wals...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Euroa Shire Council. Wednesday, 12th August, 1885. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 14 August 1885

,.;Tedsesday, I2th'Anig ist s 18s5 Pp a'ssf:The Piesiden (Tha. Gillsn, Esq.,.in'the chair), and COrs!N'elands, Duncan, llehir, Grattan and Birkett. Tlei minutes of- the. previous oletin"m 'ere read and confirmed. From the Central Board of 'Health' for warding Mr Le Capelain's report. on ,the towsiship.dof Euroa, and asking-what steps were to be takento give effect to same. i t,5 isa d'e led 'to writd toi:tle'owns'e of several unsanitary -pieces-,of cland, in timating.that steps would have to he taken to remieov tli& nuirance at once, on the motion of Cr Bh'sett aiid' t3i president. From Central Boardof Health, with reference to the sanitary arrangements at the State school, ;itmating thlit?.idditidr; al closets were to be erected, and that other improvementswere under consideration.' -Receitved.: . Fronri,J.. C. Spencer,.calling attention to the fact that the gravel pits in McGuin n esa stieetrs were:being.used as a manure depot.--It .:was: decided to- request tlihe' Governm...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 14 August 1885

COURTS 'or AssIZE: B enalla-Thursday; 8th October.;. Shepparton-Tuesday,',6th: October. ---" - . -GENERLAL SESSIONS: -,-` Benalla-Thursdayl- 13th August. . Shepparton-Tuesday, 11th August.: Cou-rr CouiS. s Sheppartn--Tuesday,' 11th' AUrgulst. Behalla -Thursday 13th AugustI Departure ot laltls. -.Mansclose atthe Euroa Post Office as follows :---. . For Gooram, :Mertori, Doon, :?Main' dample, and Mansfield at 11 a.m.,daily, Sundays excepted..' '. ! For Jamieson, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 11 a.ii.. . --For -liepoll, Miepoll South (loose bag), and Karramomus; Soutl' Mondays, Wed. .iesdays and Fridays, at 11 a.m. For Shean's Creek (loose bag), Stratli bogie, aid Strathbogie W'est (loose bag). on Wednesday:s and Saturdays, at 11 a.m. :For Balmattum, Monidays, WVednes: das, andiFridays at 11 a:m. Riggs' Creek-- Tuesdays and Fridays, at 11.30 Sasin: ":: For . 3Melbournoe up and down train, daily at 9.40 a:n' : For Melbourne up and down trains, daily, at 5.30p.m. Arrival of ?Mat...

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LATER PARTICULARS. CLARKE'S BODY DISCOVERED. HE REALISES HIS AWFUL POSITION. AND SHOOTS HIMSELF. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 14 August 1885

LATER PAXRTICUIGARS. OIIARKE'S -BODY DISCO-ERED, ,e-, inclemn;.n esther. 'Th:road to. HEyREALISES HITS½P FUL , POSITION. aThe f police and black trackers continued tdwh ar discovered to murderer yeste murd , thougrdiih their efforts eregreatly hamperedigli bitll: iucl'r thieent .wneather. ?, Tha fer d to Gobur was thoroughly examined, and Ithe , surrounding~ . scrub,:h minutely beatenr c; Early in the ifternoon ayoung man natmed , Edwrds wdiscovered, the body of the iiur derer on the` Lonewood road about eighit, wiietclhe'd mnih 'destroyed hiis own lifekith', i been committed. rThe bdylj ' iwaii partly liiddcii by" th'ocid'ib';`iind' was'quiiite cold aaid 'tiff,:'slowihgi thit'tihe sucin "b'liad'" bIeni 'icoilnitted' ithin'a"v,' !:h'dirt tifii of the muidei ':The gun -Flay byhis':side;'~ ani e'= frighttnful ?ound in the' reast itf-" tested the deadly'niituiroof tlie shott:Thei cn r,tb~' iittledoubti that! Clarko~ iasa blinded by passion at the time the dread-'l Siftlid&ediwa...

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Evolution. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 14 August 1885

f By QuirsrT: ::t r t" 1think that.this life is only one of , n'erenes of lives whlich our, incarnated i part has'lii~d. 'halie little doubt of d outhaving pre-existed , and thlit- also s inthi~ t~in'e 'of olsr pre-existeic we t were actively employed." GaNEstAL GORDON. COTIgNUED C FOi' RO FiMOURni ,L I ty mnless we accept" this statement of the genesis of the miind and of its con sequent reincarnationi; the: Holy Scrip Ii e'snidsticoitinio' to reiaaini uii-in telligible, and a source of endless controversy, while'it is also impossible to comprehend the justice of Almighty 'Gbd.iodcBut, read by the light caitL' upon themn, by: reincarnaition, the Old and 1Tqfv:Testaments have a luminous mean ing. -We then uniderstand'hy w;the pro anises',of temporal blessings for their posterity, as the. reward of obedience, 'were- made to men and women-who" were ihpparently :never destined to par ticipate in them, and why the sins of the-: father were visited upon the I chil-. dren to the third and...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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BY ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH. Longwood, 8 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 14 August 1885

* Y BrY ELECT.IUC TELgBorGP..', i Longwood, 8 p.m. Mr McCrea, sonr., tilliromiiiaiis in a kind of stupor and reftuses to stir in the slihitest deogre -' 'II.repeatas, in inba wildercd tinnonr, .hlien any.'atteniptis iande to rouse him, thant e will never ri-o from his bed. Mrn McOea appcars to be cpmpletely out of her miind, allhouzh sur rounded' by syinpaitlhisi g fricnds, who do theirf nt-most to; a!l.Jviate her sufferingj r Force Ihas to be usedto' restrain the unfor· timite womanii during' proxysms of grief, 4which aro f6lloed, by hyiistri&al fits pnd fiintin". She was for half-an-hour infn sil 1i this afternoon, di'ding Which time. it wai thought that death had put an,end to ; ihecr agony. Mrs Clarke and her 'oung ,;fimily are at AMoylan's, whero they are L-e'ng kindly attendedto. oo:l

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