Elephind.com contains 91,053 items from Euroa Advertiser
, samples of which are listed below. All items
from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire
collection of 2,990 newspaper titles in Elephind.com
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 14 August 1885
GRAND QUARTERLY' -NEW-PUBLIC HALL, EUROA. - S:-FRIDAY 'AUGUST 21sT. riHE Committee of the Euroa Town IL Baud:beg!oto :'airinouncb:eths?t their iecond Quarterly Ball will take place in the Ness Public Hll,'oin'FiidnpvEeiei g August2 21st, £ when -.thou whole -. of, the imelnbbrs ftlieo bnd ivillb'ii iiatt'efdanrca in splendid unifor'inaliai. will play at in tervals a number of high-class and pleas big seletionsft]",f'? 7! -.:r ainncin to coimmience at hIlf-past ight. Tickets,5ss.tdiidmit Lady and Gentleman; To ,be had of all Members. Music br selecCt Quadrille Band(. ' T. BI3ARP?CLOUGH SecJ G R-A-N-D CONTQCERTI'1 :, A\D DA:LNOE Pý. In aidof tihe j '7;0 st.itito II "') L 0 3 SFRIDAYW;T27UiP AUGUST. UNDERWOO-D'S HALL, .,:VIOLET ::TOWN:-. r SPLENDID tIP'OCIAMWtE PROVIDED L.dmission to Concert,'2s. Danc, Is ALE'.Lf KENZIE , . .. - - . FH oi.! Sec WTOLETi TORVN N , T ?R OICT A.-7N I AL PLOU HIN; ''q"MATCH SHO _? A RD E. HI (To be held under the auspices of tle-Benalla Agriculturat'ah d Pa...
Commercial. LOCAL MARKETS MESSRS. SLEE, OGILBY, AND CO.'S MONTHLY REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 14 August 1885
,.. -o . Com--er : '- - S .-LOCAL MARKETS ,.... MS . SLEEOGIOLi.'cAND CO.' 8 MONTIILY UEPORT. We eld our usualmionthly sale on Eriday last atEur?ah, ? ?ienwcll'supplied yards and . .d .priccs?'wer the order of the day..- Te bidding was so remarkably keen and brisk .that were able to finish the lot in one day. .As the'attcnu"incd'o6f buyers was'so'numcrous, -~narlyalt lots were disposed. of under the simmer.. Oa'r q(ottlons are:- -i 0 b . Cattle. - About 700 yarded, descriptions from primhe t&o infeio6r. 'Fat!caittle?'ealised -op to £8; stores to £5. We sold 12 fat lnockk-for -Mr- G..-H.1ChaUengcr -for_.8.. 'a-head; 6 fat bullocks on account of Mr John Gibson at £7 10s; 4 fat heifers on acbotCdEMrJiJ. eCuack for C5 12s 6d,, 100, head iixed lots on account of ir .Louis 3McLean, Kialla, to £41 12s ;,90 head mixed lots on aocount ofMr James,.BcllelSheppar ton, to Li 18s; 25 head. on account of Mr lob-Presto, Muddy Creek, I2 1s. /. viShep._-About' 2500 penedl ; nicarly -all linie...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 14 August 1885
* l ' I l - T EA"PEARS STTIONERYfc., ,-- ..' TRY THE.' :: i DKDID inRO& 00., 154 QUEEN ST.,: MELBOURNE.;; .AdlManucaturerand Imprtersof y SHave for Sale or:Hire'i; ,; THE "OSBORNE" Reaper & Twine Binder. This machine in its new form was introduced by us last season, , and achieved'a wonderfullsiecess. Th knot' ting mechanism is so simple and strong that anyone can understand and. nanae it,'and it has' no liability' toi nisiii ot, which has hitherto! been so' fertile asiource of annoyance'aid'losii:l" Fdr th'e comin 'm season,'tlhe elovatiigc6ainvaes"'ire e n larged,.a !new 'style of" '(iiriailiead, l iid a many:otler valiable improvements iiitroi IRsult: of field .talrs at-Iancofield, Januaryt'1884, in a'tall: heavy crop of wiheat -sodewishatgreen, and with"'a good deal of undergrowthl -Osborne, firt, with 116.5 points ;- MCormiick, 106.5 ' Hornsy, 102 75. Jonstori 100.25'; Samuelson ; 88.75 ;. ", .: - r .. Imoved Steam ThreshingPlants, are expressl designed for prod...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 14 August 1885
Birth. &nbsp; &nbsp; DUNNING.- On the 2nd instant, at Bal- mattum, the wife of Thomas &nbsp; Dunning, a son. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; Death. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; FAY.- On the 8th August, at his resi- dence Cluny Farm,Creichton's Creek Longwood, George, the beloved &nbsp; husband of Fanny Fay ; aged 46 years, after a short illness.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 14 August 1885
--DELATITE" SAWM' IILLS.:' W. G. WtVHITE araid'O. UFAVING commenced pperatiops near. L-- --N GW 0 -OD_ ai "Ae prepaied to sup8 ljFr* S A W N -T I-L-B3 ErR, All L'entlis and-all Sizes, on, PUBLIC' 'NOTICE.-' T-BEGtoiiifori tlie i't idnts?-if Euroa Sand surroidiug -district. hliat Illiave Disposed of my Business in Euroa to Mr .John Gall, and,"1 hilst thanking my :numerous.-customers- for their: kind-and "liberalpatronage to" nid, iould` 'riequosa ,continuance of-the same for-my successor, •who will be i? a position to treat his cus .omers 3bpmrlly and well6 Li iZ1 D. A--CASEMENT. Having bought thed'abve business, of hwliich I will take possession on. Monday, AuguseJdthIQ Tiave to Tequ?lsti 'iitinu -ance of the liberal.patroimage, bestowed on fMr D. A. Casement by the public, and to informnthemthat I iwill endeav6ur by every leifirnate means in ,mypower -to give"the same satisfactioni to my patrons -wldeliithey have enjoyed in the:past, a I -will always keep s large stock of p: ;FARM ...
Gazette Notices. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 14 August 1885
Gazette Notices The 0der in Council of 10th December. 1883,withholding from the opeirtion.of the, Land Act 1SGO crtaiii lind in ?.thed pirislies of Borodomnanin,' Sti?thbogie, Toiirour, aid Tallangalook, his' been rovoked'so- f?i as'it relites Ito the' portioi ' iii' the parish 'of Borodomanin' applied 'for: under .tlie' aid section by W . . Meehan ; also land'in the same parish applied for by Mr O'Brien. - A long list of lessees in arrear is pub Issiiai ` of Newv .Licenses Approveid. George Fay, 20a, Longwood ; David Harris, 120a, Ruffy; George Pallen, 20a, Gobur ; Frederick . Burgo,i.20a; ; Gobur .;' 'Robert ;Halligan, 20a,; Borodomanin ; John yalsh, lEuroa; Thomas Dicks6ii 20a, Wondooma ?rook;P. H. L. Jackson, 15a, Stnathbogio hJaines. M'Kernaii, 20a, Bahinattum; Jolu: M'Pliee, 20a, Gooram ; Willihim G. Sargood, 2o0a, Gooram : John T.IVidler, 15a, Goortm; IWilliam WVheller, 0, Strathlibogio; in.E. .j Hearing of, rcasons aainst.forfeiture of license:-Albert? J'atchwell, .3-.3, Str...
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, 14th AUGUST, 1885. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 14 August 1885
PUBLISHED UiVFýIY FRIDAY MOriiTG. "Lt ll owiet h'U tr thoe inisfi at be thl 1h ; Oomtry'sr) ir "I fi -dh iginicetinigs init various parts =of th shire,: ain announcement appeara' in :our:.adver tisitfigcolumns, dcalling.a ~iubic :meetirig of the residents of Euroa, and n2i-hbour Sr:sttle usu ?rthladino apurpotiscl, iuntry' c lntoll ing -hpen-1ýtbei-n ofi-Wthe ! Shirea Council and the League in support of the proDposdin. 1t ,willl e seen -from our, report of tile council ;proce'eilings tliat'ttie' President, and Cra-leelands, Duncan, Hehir'iiid Gitttain' vote'd' ii favor: f- thii line; r CBirkett representing ' .6ridolitarj? minority. It is f-lt:tlit theo'uiicilPsde-: -asion is not a-representative one, and for the purpose of 'givinlg exression to the eimse-nof'''the'i townspeople : to-morrow nigjlt'snmoeting iscalled As th l: W' resent I season i is) qcinaiieritl suited for vine culture,ve might inforn ihtending growers that Mr W. I.. Pie sents has in .hli~nil'oii4isdcdl'i f tlie ( ...
Arrivals of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 21 August 1885
Arrivals of M ?llsN. Marns arrive at Violet Town Post .Office as follow :- Fsrom Melbourne daily 10.35 a.m., and 7.20 p.m: From Tamlenugh, Tamleugh North, and Caniambo--Mondays, Wednesdays, ,and Fridays, 4.30 p.m. > : , From Marraweeney, :Boho, and Stitath boge . North-Tuesdays, : and Fridays; 6.30 p.m. - From. Gowangardie,-Tuesdays, and' Fridays 10 a.r...·ir: y, .30 p ,'.. raFmy t BTnerinnyssa i rC"+nriay,40o-Md, day, Tuesdays, andFriulayas-4.30 p~tii.a
VIOLET TOWN POST OFFICE. Departure of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 21 August 1885
VIOLET TOWN 'POST OFFICE. Departure of M??alls. l?~ALs close at Violet Town Post Office as follows: For Melbourne daily at 9.30 a.m., and 5.30 p.m. ForTamleugh, Tamleugh North, (loose bag),' and Caniambo--Mondays, Wednes days, and Fridays. Mails made up pre vious night 8 p.m. For farrraweeney (loose bag), Boho (loose bag), and Strathbogie North (loose bag)-Tuesdays, and Fridays, 10.40 p.m. For Barringtoni's, Caniambo (loose bag) -Mondays,' Wednesdays, and Fridays. Msils. made up previous night 8 p.m.
Arrival of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 21 August 1885
Arrival' of sta m I `i Ainl'arr1VOr 5e'tne rrO st 01cc as" follows-- ' ' From. Cooranm, Merton, . Doon, Main dample and-Mansfield, it 5.20 p m.,iu Sun days excepted. From Jamnieson, Mondays,Wednesdays, and Fridays, at 5.20 p.m. Frim Miepoll,- Miepoll Southi, Kar ramonmis South, on Mondays, Wednes days, and Fridays, at?'a.m., Riggs' Crcek, Tuesdays and Fridays, 11 a.m. Froni Shean's Creek, Strathbogie, and Strathboage West, on Wednesdays and Saturdays, at 5.30 p.m. From lal?mattum, Mondays, Wednes-I days, at 5 p.m. Melbourne up and down tirin, daily, at 10.17 a.,m. Melbourne up train, daily at 7 p.mi. Down train daily, at 6.15 p.m.
EUROA POST OFFICE. Departure of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 21 August 1885
EUROA POST OFFICE. i Departure of t alils" M.Lus close at the Euroa Post Office as follows : For Gooriam, Merton, Doon, Main dample, and 'Mansfield at 11 a.m. daily, Sundays excepted.: For JimLieson, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and.Saturdays, at 11 a.n. For Miepoll, MIiepoll South (loose bag), and Karramomus, South Mondays, Wed nesdays and Fridays, at 11 a:m. For Shean's Creek (loose bag'); Stratlh bogic, and Strathbogie \West (loose bag). on Wedniesdays and Saturdays, at 11 a.m. For Baluhiattum, Mondays, Vednes das, and Fridays, at 11 a.m: Riggs'. Creek- Tuesdays and Fridays, at 11.30 a.in. For. Melbourne up and. down train, daily at 9.40 a.m. For' Melbourne up. and down trains, daily, at 5.30p.um.
CORRESPONDENCE. THE LATE WATER CONFERENCE TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 21 August 1885
T THE: LATE WATER OON . .* . FERENCE .. TO THE EDITOR . Smn.-I :eg space in your valuable paper for a few reimarks cr late conferuice of delegates at Shepparton,. and to ,ive iy reason for objecting to the ainalga.na tion. I see you' have copied aliortion of a leadingi article froni tli Numuirkia Standard, which article wishes to impress upon its readers the ignorance displayed by the Euroa representatives as compared with the, eulightened gentlemeni firoit Nunurkah. The ratopayers of the shire of Euroa coiildnotexpect their representa tives to know as much about the Water Conservation Act as the Shcppartoii and Numurkah delegates,. because it has cost thdsos shires .about .20,003 to educate their memijbrs; ard whait about .their assets 1 In my opinion their assets are not as many shillings. . Therefore, I thl knldw ledge their representitives ' live guaied has, I think, cost the ratepayers far more than it is worth. Now, as for argnumoets in -favor of anmalgamatioi, but one' was br...
ON TWO SWALLOWS. (Seen in Church during service.) [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 21 August 1885
ON TWO SWALLOWS. (Seen in Church during service.) Gay guileless pair, What seek ye from the fields of heaven. Ye have no need of prayer,: Ye have no sins to be forgiven. Why perch yehere, " Where mortals to their raker bend. S Can your pure spirits fear The God ye never could offend ? Ye never knew The crimes for which we come to weep ; .Penance, is not for you, Bless'd wanderers in the upper deep. To you 'tis given To wake sweet natnre's untaught lays ; Reneath the arch of Heaven To chirp away a life of praise: S .Then spread each wing, Far, far above, o'er lakes and lands, And join the choirs that sing In yon blue dome not reared with hands. OOi; ifye stay, , To note the consecrated hour, Teach me the airy way, " And let me try your envied power. Above the crowd, " Onupward wings could I but fly, I'd bathe in yon bright cloud, And seek the stars that gem the sky. 'Twere Heaven indeed, Through fields of trackless light to soar, On nature's charms to feed, And nature's own great God...
Moglonemby Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 21 August 1885
iogIoonemby Jottings. SBy `",INCOG.". A'"i eeting of 'the Ta ilugligh 'Karra momus, and \IMoglonoenby,?dalway League was held bli Friday last; anid it'was deci ded to appoint Messrs Cooper and nMetzkyo to representthe leaigue on the depliutation which is to wait upon the Hon. the Minis ter of Ra:ilivays in reference to the Euroa and Cashel railway. - m?iet ou.r schoolnmster the other day,' and in the course of converisation the question of election and such like cropped up. ýI • noticed • there was something: crooked; lut hle 'says coolly," I don't take much interest in such inmtters myself, and I h:ive hot a word to say against my school being used as a polling-booth, but hang. it ! if the poll-clerk. has. not amusement' enough, he should scribble over the elec tion papers, or if he prefers my desk, ihe should not neglect to obliterate his hicro glyphies for such e hlcct entails extra. work upon ine." ' Hallo"! what's the matter ? 'ave you been crying? or have you got a cold ?" " I...
SELECT POETRY. MAN AND DOG. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 21 August 1885
SiELZE>CT,- F!OET17. MAN AND DOG. When some proud lon of mans returns, to earth, Unknown to glory, lbt' upheld by birth; The sculptor's art exhausts the pomp of woe, And storied urns record who rests below. When all is done, upon the tomb is seen, Not what he was, but what he should have been; , But the poor dog, in life the firmest friend: The first to welcome, the foremost to defend: Whose firmest heart is still his master's down, Who labours, fights, lives, breathes for him alone, _ Unhonored falls, unnoticed all his worth ; Denied in heaven the soul he held on earth. While man, vain insect I hopes to be for And claims himself a sole exclusive heaven. Oh, man I thou feeble tenant of an hour, Debased by slavery, or corrupt by power, Who knows thee well must quit thee with disgust, . Degraded mass of animnitdd'dust. Thy love is lust, thy friendships all a cheat, Thy smiles hypocracy, thy word deceit., By liatuire vile, ennorbled but by name, Each kindred brute might bid thee blu...
Commercial. LOCAL MARKETS [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 21 August 1885
:LOCAL MARKETS MIr C. L. DeBoos reports prices slocally as follows.-". Fresh butter is 3d..,:..;. Eggs. 9d Fowls, 2s tc 3s per pair. ])Ducks 3s per pair. 'Turkeys 4s to 8s per pair. Sheepskins 3d to 4 -d. Hides- 2d ti 2.d. .Kangaroo skins 91 to is. Id. Wallaby Gd. to 7d. Oppossum 2. 6d to 4s 6d; - Bear 2s 6,. S.. E. ?andbury and Co. report:- Prime cask butter, 9,1 :to 10d; prime print butter ls Sd to 1s 4d1; eggs, 10d. lhoney, 3d to 3.d per lb.;pigs 3dto4Ad turkeys, 5s to iOs per pair; fowls, 2s to 3s; ducks, 3s to 4s Gd; oppossuln skins, 2s Gd to Gs. Messrs Gordon Bros. furnish the follow ing report of their prices: Fresh Butter (prime) Is 3d. . S: Eggs 9d. Fowls 2s to 3s. Ducks 3s to 4s. Turkeys 5lid per lb. ,Carcase Pork:ld to 4d : " 'Sheepskins 3d to 4d. Hides 2d to id.
Evolution. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 21 August 1885
______volution. ............ By QUIETIST. S"I think that this life is only one of a series:of, lives which our- incarnated part has lived. -I have little doubt of Sour' having pre-existed ; aud that also in the time of our pre-existence we were actively emp 'ovd." GENERAL GORDON;.
Gazette Notices. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 21 August 1885
*Gazette Motce.s i. A long.list of lessees in arrear. under see 'tion 20 of the'L~ d Act 1869, hi tile ]Benalla district ispubllished-:' Applications for licenses not granted: Alex. Jeffers; 100a, Strathbogic. Application for leases approved :-Benja inmn Howes, Wills, 127a' Or 2p ;"Joseplh Drewitt, Gowingardie,' 319a 3r 32p; John Taylor,.Wondonmarook, 197a Ir 2p ; Mat thew: Cardw; Strathbogio; 9319a r 2Op; John MIceary, Marraiveeneyc; 320a Or 16p; William Cole, Caniambo, 230a Or 9p. Transfers registered :--Geo. Buchanan, 102a ;3r 20p, Warrenbayne, to William Vaughih ;.iEli?bbeth Poustie, 9Sa 3r 22p, Kialla, to William lc~Itren, senr.. CounT OF AssxzE. . Benalla --Thursday, 8th October. S. hopparton-Tuesday, 6th October. Ge'EEL.u SEsSIoN.s Bonalla--Thursday, 13th August.: Slepparton-Tuesday, 11th August. CCoUNm CoUeTrs. - Shepparton-Tuesday, 11th August. Bonalla -Thursday,t 13th August. Fdr continuation of news, see fourth page.
Miepoll and Branjee Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 21 August 1885
1lepoil and JBranjee Notes, BY "OLIVER DAY."' The :weather'" at the' preosnt tiino is beautifully fine; and the crops are looking exceedingly well, considering the heavy frosts we have experienced of late. On returning home frmu a holiday trip, I find a frieidly "jatr" in the'l columns of your valuable paper from:the Karrailorius Sorrosponident. I ca~not find . words : to thank your correspoDileilt for his kiiiliin forination re . " unfortunate farmersl"; because as soon as it-appeared, in:your valuible paper, I wass well aware that- it was an almost unpardonable title, but there was, non necessity for crying oicer spilt mnilk. SA numerously-signed petition is on fCot. with'reference to :bbtailniig i lo;se nmail bae or a post omeo: at the State school, Brinijee, No. 2i35, it being the most ce1n tral site, and the Miepoll inmailman *could a;sily undertake the diuties. Talking about the school, reminds me, that tlie ittle uns-.'lhave a very god teacher :in Aliss Prossor,'- ho hliesalr...