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Euroa Mock Parliament. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser and Violet Town, Longwood, Avenel, Strathbogie, Balmattam and Miepoll Gazette — 23 May 1884

Euirasa tiwes 1Parc rnql1 unt. The politicca lin iwe. have enjoyed o late gives promiise of lbeing shortly dis turbed:','Tl' :hlion. Member for thl Euroa Trading Company s reserve: (Mar R. Gralhanm) has undertaken thl taask of foruiiing a ministry, and wil meet .the ]lioise on Wednesday -ee] with a well matnred programnine." Pro. iminent amonlgst the proposed.measurc: are a bill to provide state aid to the un. employed ; : new electoral bill in ~ihich the chief feature will. be the division 6l thevwhole golony into single electorates, :and a new railway bill which will include the long. promnised zig-zag linei to the head of the Balmattuni ringe.' The goverinment, however, ill piii their faith to the firstnmeasure. and it is understood 'a strong eff6rt Will e mae imde by the oppsi tionta unseatthelm onits secoind reading. Country. members are strongly opposed to the :jplitciple cont'iiced in? the bill. The hon. nmemberi for Ailoglonemby, ( .! r V. Neeluidsa has addressed mieet tim"i...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser and Violet Town, Longwood, Avenel, Strathbogie, Balmattam and Miepoll Gazette — 23 May 1884

Public ao4tfces. -T 8LE" AND) Violet Town, Longwood, Avenel,- Bal mattum, Stiathbogi Karramomus - and Miepoll "GAZETTE," Prnted dt Publihea s ' o 4 .. THE ADVERTISER fas sa.dy obttiniag 1ARGEC1RGULATION Through the lowea sc Parishes of Zmio"s, olet Town, Avenel Longweod \Balmattum, Miepoll, Stratibogie,. Kgaflad Seymour, Arcadia, ahring,Cauiambo, Gowangardie IKarraiaomus, 31olka, Tamleugh, Branjee, Moglonemby, Pranjip, Gooramn Wondoomarook, Boho, ?A'rraweeny, ' Shadforth, I It is theretor a most excellent Advertising .edium THE EUROA ADVERTISER " IS THE ONLY JOURNAL PCELISHED IN TES LARGE AND IMPORTANT -OF EfVERY DESCRIPTION . OF . EXECUTED WI?TE Niatness & Despatch. WEST BROS., AND ". .-.ubsle.?_t ee.tie.ccs A. ANDE SON., GENERAL BLACKSMITH AND WHEELWRIGHT. Agicultural aind Implement Maher tM'GUINNESS STREET,' UnOA. X A esiires to thank the inhabi . . tants ot Eura -and surround .ng districts for the: kind support he sn. receivdi from them, and trusts, ,y attemiin, to busin...

WHEAT. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser and Violet Town, Longwood, Avenel, Strathbogie, Balmattam and Miepoll Gazette — 23 May 1884

WHEAT: J. Fontit, Miepoll, has some fist class Rattlihg Tom seed for sale. For all information apply to Mr Birkett .T. Bikett, Eurna, has some Port 3if'Donald at1i P-,,.- ' .---------i. -a:4s-zjr-fpr bushel; yield 20 bushels. Jamnes Gall, 3allmattum, Mole's White. Purple Straw, and Pt. Mac danald seed; price 4s Gd per bushel. P. 'Keene, Violt Town 'hi3sP.irt Mar donald and Purple Straw for sale a3 lid to 4,. per bushel. Jas. Sinclair; Miep II. las R ttling Tom ano Port Macdonald seed wheat for sale it -was sown on now land, and. is a very. good samp e, clean, an * yielded fiom 15 to 90 bushel? per acre.' D. 'MKernan, U;mat3mt'uin, ha· snme a.agnficent Purple Straw seed wheat Sr r.rir First year. grown. and a samiple of same took first prize at the Amster dam Exhibition Yu Id, 27 bushels per acre price, 4s 0d. per bushel. Samples can be seen at this office. . Mr Allan, of Violet Town, has a fine sample of Port" M?Don e!l seed nheat. fo. sale-price 4s 6d per bushel.'

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser and Violet Town, Longwood, Avenel, Strathbogie, Balmattam and Miepoll Gazette — 23 May 1884

OATS: ?.1 Bkett has some. fiSrSc class saflp1c: n ' r arisn'and shoit'oat8 fo'jsalelal .s per bus hc~. j Public Notice. . NOT TO BE BEATEN!! EUROA. TRADING -COiMPANY Althoughi not in favor of the adopted rule of. A. VERTISINa QUoTATIOn . Iust, ifx necessary, do so, to 'show the gen eral pubh' that they .. ell at rices Than other houses ?who are ad-er tiring their prices as.the Lowest In Euroan. When we do advertise price,- we quote something like the followingi Sag.,, 3d.. Tapioca, 3d. Rice, 3d. Oatmenral, d. Currants, .?1d. Rlaiins, 7d, (\ffe, is s3d. Cucon, Is, I Red Cross Jam, Gd. Sprrnt Candles, 10d. Tolnacco, 2ssjd. Best Blies o'ne, 3du Our Sugars are not,tobb b beaten in the colony F.OR T'2Y IE PRICE .Goods only of the very finest quality, and all at lc asl'ti: ia? proportion as tlhe above. OUR DRAPERT TRADE Has ]alely incraased to such an extent, under the low prices at which we ha rebeen offering our stock;, that we are determined to still increase this branch of the busines...

The Advertiser. FRIDAY, MAY 23, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser and Violet Town, Longwood, Avenel, Strathbogie, Balmattam and Miepoll Gazette — 23 May 1884

h Ihc . iblrtis cr. FRIDAY, MAY 93, 1sst8 AT.a public meeting held at Scymoir oin Tuesdayn eve ing, it wvas unanimi ouisly resolved to petition the Gpovernment to include a linee'6f i'a.ilway from Seymour to Sandhurst in the next rail?iay bill.- Now this proposed line is not only of local but national importance. A 10iop :line to cnince t he north-eastern--and Goulburn Valley roads .with tlme westein systems has long been wanted. It is not only that an immense saving of tilhe and money. to the travellimmi public :oiuld thereby be effected, but, which is very important to farmers. a choice of marl-ets would be given us.fort liheat, dairy pro duce, and stock; while _ the "-aire-et annoy-ince '" ti'equently caused in the wheat season by the scarcity of rollingo stock, might' in a gi eat meisuire be obviated' by the: facihlity with whih i it could= be nmoved from one systern to:'another, instead of having to goround byway, of Melbourie :as at present. Why, the savingl in main tenance to...

Local Land Boards. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser and Violet Town, Longwood, Avenel, Strathbogie, Balmattam and Miepoll Gazette — 23 May 1884

ELocud E~aud~ IE,.a: l3cnalln.-Tucsday, .June 24, 10 a.ni. Ecehuca.-Vedrhisday, .Jume 18, 10 Kilmorc,-Wiedncdnsday, Jumn 11, 2 pm ~zIun-field.-Saturday, Juna 14, lOam. Seymour.-Tucsday, June 10, 12 noon Sli,.ppartou.-Tfhnrsclay, June 26, 12.15 p.m.. \\ iigilratta.-WTctlucsday, J:ae 25, 10 a xi.ii rS a.Thuirs lay, .Tune..12, 10"a.1m.

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser and Violet Town, Longwood, Avenel, Strathbogie, Balmattam and Miepoll Gazette — 23 May 1884

AEC SPECIAL A'tiNOUCEM~ENT. To the Inhabitants and Farmers 6f Euron and Surroinding Districts. J.E. HANDBURY 0.CO D ESPECTFULITY leg. to return thanks .li' :orxthid leerat phtronago b st owe: on them"since opening. and bg.t.o notify. t ei ,intentioioii'of ntinutg tosell at . Tis?n any other house in Eioron, andi:sipply. ing goods only of best quality; Below we give a'few instances of quotations in Eme'of our depultmentas. --frocery Department a. d. lauritins Sugars ... per lb 0 0t Coffee ...1 4 Taylor's Cocoa 1 G Pearl Cocoa .1 0 Starch ... . ,, 6 Square Blue ..... - Currants ... . ,, 0 (; Raisins .... .. ., 0 7 Sago,, "O 20 Tapioca ... ,, :. O 3 Rice ... . , 0 . 3 Oatmeal ... ... , 0 3 Househeld soap , per bar :0, 7 American Prooms each 1 6, Red Cross Jam tcr tin 0 6 hiperm Cant'les... per Ib - 0 10 Tobacco ... S 0 Every other article at equal prices as above in this Delartmgnt, Wine as .pirit Department. J. E. Ct. & Co. beg to inform the Public that only the best brands an...

Land Sales. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser and Violet Town, Longwood, Avenel, Strathbogie, Balmattam and Miepoll Gazette — 23 May 1884

Sales of Crow Landls it fee simple will be held at the undermicietioned plaees : Yea.--May 20. Seymour,-lMay 27. Yea.-May 27.

The Farmers' Column. The Vintage at Sunbury. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser and Violet Town, Longwood, Avenel, Strathbogie, Balmattam and Miepoll Gazette — 23 May 1884

l mt a mrncr' tmolmumn: SThe, VIntate uat-tanblmry.. (By the Agricultural Reporter of the A.:ustralaefria) ) -The Sunbury vineyards have of late years established a.good name for the character of their wines. About 20 years ago a:considerable number of al lotmenits ive-e"'tken up .for.vtiiynard purposes under the inldustrial clauses of the D iffy Land Act, and several vineyards were soon afterwards estab lishled along the .banks of Jackson's Creek, and arounid the Bald Hill a shlrt di4tanse- fror Sunbury. Most of the vinieya.rds were planted by residents of: Melbourne, pcssessing considerab e capital, and economy was not so much studied as in the case of those districts where vineyards have been established and worked by their owhers..The sanguine amateur vignerons of Sunbury adopted expensive systems.of planting, and having command of capital, expended j large sums in providing cellars ;. while working- their enterprises through the employment of managers instead of under personal ...

Forthcoming Shows. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser and Violet Town, Longwood, Avenel, Strathbogie, Balmattam and Miepoll Gazette — 23 May 1884

Horse parades, etc., will be held on the fo!lowmig dates: [The Secretaries .ofAgricultural So alcettes will oblige, b sending .to the Editor of thie AtDVEtriSlEt an early inti niation of tihe dates, etc., of their Iespec tive shows, p oughilig miatehes, anLd :uly other items of lnportance to agricul turists. Siee:et;ries of horticulturnt socie ties ~ill also oblige by forwsarding.nny particu:ars of interest. Eo, A.] SEEvresu. . , 11th & 12th--Uien.i and Murray. Agr:culiural .ociety, at \Vaigaratta, 17th, 1Mth, & luth.-?5ational Show 16th,-Aibury. 25tn.-Moir., at Dookie. Oc'rosLr. 1st & 2nd.-Shelpp-lrton &. L.G.V. Society, at Sheppas'to.n, untt & 22rd.-1N.E. G,V, Society at tlatura.

Price List for Arms and Ammunition. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser and Violet Town, Longwood, Avenel, Strathbogie, Balmattam and Miepoll Gazette — 23 May 1884

Price tist for Arms ana Ammunition. . The following list of prices at which arms and amnlliunition will be sup plied toi r'ile corps ahas been forwarded to us by the Mlinister of De fence : RIFT.Rc. Enfleld Rifles? long, i;;. price 15s, o may be obtained :on loan. upon a bond being furnished- for their safe keeping. ; artini-licurs, b.l. with sword bayonet, £5is 5d; :iot (issued on loan.) .Common Martini-Henrys, £4 10s 24, not? ssued(Vn loan:) . ' - Carbines.,-2,Martini-Henn s, b.l1 £8 9s fid, (not issued on loan .) Miirtii-iHenimr3 s, siithl sword bayoont, £4 10s ?d, (not issued on loan.) AMMU'.i rose Martini-Henry; rifle ball, 6s 9d 'per hunilred rounds in boxes of 500 £1 13s Murtini-Henrys;'blank, 4s, in kegs of 1300 £'2 1?s -M.^ H. .Carbine, ball, 6s 8d; in kegs of 1140 £3 16s. Enfield rifle, wsith percussion caps, 'ball 4s; iil kegs of d840, £L 13s 8d. Lntield Rifles, with percussion caps, blank ]s 7d; in kegs of 1000 15s 10.

Violet Town Mems. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser and Violet Town, Longwood, Avenel, Strathbogie, Balmattam and Miepoll Gazette — 23 May 1884

The quiet of oar neighbourhood wal disturbe.d on WVednesday by the reparl that a farmzer. naIImed d:W! ean had c nmnitted suicide by hanging himself The rumor turns out to be only ton true. .Dean was a single man, livrin by himself, and was naturally of a weak indil, as is evidenced by the - fact thail same years.ago lie was an inimate of a lunatic asylum. Mir Linard, J.P., went out tlis (hi'mr?rday) evening to hold an inquiry into the circumstances. A slicep -stealing case4wrlich excited a considerable cmnonmot of interest- was tried before the- police magistraite,iMr G. D. M'Comrick; and ir Linard, JL'. to-day. Two men Inamed Ful:iarton a id Whiting " in the eu mploy Sof Mr " Hskins, saw imill proprietor, were charged with stealing three uheep,-the property of 'Mr Crocker, of Honeysuckle station. 'Sub-linspector XM:eicke coidiicted the proseciuion, and Mr D. C. O: Lear defended the, pris orders. Mr Crocker deposed to laving picked ihp sheeli tracks on the 16th inst. Iuacllngurrrts...

News In Brief. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser and Violet Town, Longwood, Avenel, Strathbogie, Balmattam and Miepoll Gazette — 23 May 1884

,ews .: Brief. Foxes ,are- increasirig in Meredith a-id Winchelsea shires. The railway ifreiht for shcep fr.nm Melbourne to Sydney is £2Oper truckl or.S yr lied. , Mrs H-iimpson hias promrief tn vi-it Gielong after -herý trip'to San hurse anl B3almirat. . .The. riinfull in New South Walel.s and Victoria has b'een' extnsi.ie, an I will do much -gbd: . |fi-nl;,n; the celebrat.-d oarsalii, will appear oil t!e Qiluen's Birthday at the Exhibition-building.' ': :. ' . , Morgan, for the Pantinro murdpr has bien enentenced to 'detlh. His ieecution will take plae in. about a fortnight. B;Rllirat meat has/been shown to be ,tuoerculuusi andm Ballarat -tiur ",tpiy litra;l.alive with miniute in~cet life. We ledart thiattle Bai bt Alastraasiia, the Ihankers of the liquidators of the Oriental Biink are prepared tii' make advances to depositors of- that.-.iiistifi tiioni aiid this relieve the prfisure. The largest 'pear that pr bib:' was ever seen' in this colony .wa& reeleiitlt sent to Mel...

Euroa Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser and Violet Town, Longwood, Avenel, Strathbogie, Balmattam and Miepoll Gazette — 23 May 1884

S '?uira Alhire Council. : The following rel o ts were unavoid ably held over from last issue. IRATE COLLECTOa'S REPOrT. Gl vriE3 'tx,-I. beg,to submit my; rep ,rt -for ' month eiiding 14th Mty, 1884. I entered on my duties; i the i(su:al way. I have brau?ght up ahllarrears dusihcee 1880, (as totalised below) balanced them - and entered- them. in detailiin. the columns ect apart in the rate bo,ok for 188-L I have written t'ei notices for' 1884 in the north' ridling'and partially for the soutli. an i expect to complete them in abyut seven days from. this and commence travelling to serve notices, and collect Lhtvo-roeeivriei and paid- to crditf'of the shile, £29 £6 73 .from thie outch ridin,. and £2 3s ' in north riding toa particularised in treasur r'a ish book.' . uiRta :OFD litnEl.ins, .. ". th r tR ..n B 10 1'S I £23 -2 2 £1319 I .. £ 6 13 outu Ittdsug. 1880 1881 188 18 83 £10 9I £2 4 I1 £6i0 7 6 £192 .8s entral ltid.in -. 180jt0 118'2 1;182 1883 £11 3i Li I1 £8' Lo1111410 Total A...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser and Violet Town, Longwood, Avenel, Strathbogie, Balmattam and Miepoll Gazette — 23 May 1884

P. Keene, Violet Town, has Tar t ran Oats for sale at 2aSd per bushel. i Hobbs, Strathbogie has a ?plendid sample of Tartarian oats for sale at3a per bushel, grown on potato land; v.;lded 12 bags to tlio acre. B:. Armi?rong, of Strathbegie, has 'fiu sample of short potato oats at 9h per busheol.: , Eden Dean has.a first-clas saple of 'Fotail onls for sale' H. l-Humphrey has a good.samplo o Port Macdonald wheat grown,on fal low ground; yiell, 25 bu-hels per acre B? -ý-ANTED 500 B-3gs',ood Feed 7 OATS. Cash on belivery. GORDON BROS., Euroa,: W ANTE D Country CpRRES miONDENT S at once.' For lOS Formation, apply ;to 1YEST b BROS. 4dsksfiiser Office (NextDi)cBoos' Store) Frrn.. - ?a?r- 5ile -] Hre or To ILCt. STORE SHEEP FOR SALE. 000 MERIINO WETHERS G and 8 4 tooth. Easy terms. Particul?its froml .TW. P. West, Mooroopoi, or :at t'cis office. SPLENDID -Assortment of Geese, ) ucks, Fowls. and Pigeonis IJOh SALE.-Apply to )A.. CASEMENLT. O 'OR SALE 6 STOP ORGAN. b?h "Geo Woods & Co...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser and Violet Town, Longwood, Avenel, Strathbogie, Balmattam and Miepoll Gazette — 30 May 1884

:"f P;bU. b 2oti'ce? ti r ' . f r` ; 7 NOT TO BE{ BEATEN I EUROA TRADING -COMiPANq TiU f of the adopied rule of ABTEVITISINB QUOTATIONS. Must, if necesieary,.do so, to show the general public that they S ell 'rices CONSID.ERABLY LOWER1 Stisiug their:prices as the Lowest In Euroa. When we do advertise prices, we quote something like the a following:-r Sago, 3d. Tapioca, 3d.-' : Rice,.3d. = Oatmeal, 3d. Currants, GAd. dRaisins, 7d, Coffee, ls3d;.:: Cocoa, is, CcsRed Craoss Jam, 6d.:a Sperm Candes, lo., Tobacco, 2s 9d. Best Bluestone, 3id. Our Sugararenot to be beaten' in the colony FOR TR'.lE PRICE Goods oniy of theiversfinestiquality, and all at prices asklcw. in. proportion as the above. OUR DRAPERY TRADE Hais lately inciased to such aextent,, , under the lowpjr ics ait wichi e have been-offering our stock, that we are determined to till increase this branch of the " busineess, by offering ALL WINTE-R LI' ES LOWEWR ETI kH 'E R VE We have the larget stock of WINTER DRESS GOODS Sin th...

Euroa Cricket Averages for 1883-84. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser and Violet Town, Longwood, Avenel, Strathbogie, Balmattam and Miepoll Gazette — 30 May 1884

5 Euroali Ciricket Aýeir i esi tor 1$a3-L4. The following areta thedidmplete ,averages obtaided-by the respective playersdu'ring the seasons 1883-84 i RATTING AVERAGEF:": : i E' Batters 4 °; 1\. B. Pleaisents 15 3 148 51, 43 . ass 'J Bnass 73 1 2,e 160 30 E. F. Barr 12 rO 56 15G 13 .Arch. WVeirrud 9 1 20 95 12 Rt. NY. arrit 4 0 27 44 11 J. HIuliter 42,1 187 86 8 C. W~illiams. 8 0 "34 63 8 1'. MT'Lean 7 -1-2- 27 43 7 R. H. Carr i 2 11 2.0 G3 E. Eifinett7:1.tx '!4x1 2- g74 r 2 1.4 C. Lewis" 7.0: x:30..40- 6 W.j1Emmet ,. ,{7 ~Q, 545,I36 5 J. Maxfield =3 0 lb16 G 5 B.I.. Graham 5'0 3,4 .30 6 Samlt Si~npleon t ..7 5 8 -8 3( Alexr. Weir ;7 ' 9 21 3b A. J. 8iitch1ell; 4 1 4 7 " Jpas: 0 2 4 4 7I 1N.V 1.Casement , 3 7.110 1Gi 1 BOWYLING AVEFLAGEr.` { am: dm ws I " 5 ;Z,3A" Bowlers .. Clhs. Williams .332 XJ.,19, t6 I~'. B.ý Pleasets ' '39 28-6 P. Mllean 4 0 7 E. F. Barr 18 7. Jas111i'av .78f i7- : t ho'il following nitppioJlieaseof-~ien, 'Pe~s app rooied-W\~ill Inah Beaton Eura -; Henry Ewert...

COMMERCIAL. LIVE STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser and Violet Town, Longwood, Avenel, Strathbogie, Balmattam and Miepoll Gazette — 30 May 1884

COJMERCIAE. LIVE STOCK. Fat Sheep :Prime and god descrip tions scarcea. The demand brisk, and good lots quickly cleared out at ad v need rates. Prime crossbred wethers 17e Gd to 21s; good 15s 6d to 16 6d; second do 13s Gd to 14sa 6d; inferio fr..ti 10a CGd. No prime :mermnoes yarrded. Ilest sold at 12a Gd to 183 Gd; a cond-do.10s t.11s ; ixferior.from 8.. Fat cattle. 'Best descriptions sold at a considerable advancer on last week's rates; extra quali ty sold at £17 5s; prime £12 to £14; good£9..to-£11; s cord do £7 105 to £8 10e inferior: frim £5.- Prime cow. £8 to £10; gi od fronm £6 10.to £7 lOs; inferior Cr r l

DAIRY PRODUCE, HIDES ETC. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser and Violet Town, Longwood, Avenel, Strathbogie, Balmattam and Miepoll Gazette — 30 May 1884

42>Aznr-2-nooP itCE; HIDES ETC Messrs M1'Kay, Adamson and Co report.-Cheese, 4d4 to 54d; per .b, potted butter fioinm 9to 1s per lb; very prim eold 9d to 10 ex stores; fresh butter, well ade,.choice dairies, up to Is 5d fair'aid medium, is to is 'Gd; ordinary lumps, from 9d to is ; do one lot of very prime sold at sla d. Egse, is 8d=..tot- 2s'. Bacon; goodde well smoked fiom Sd to 91,d; unemoked fronm Gd to 7d.'-lloney, garden, from 4d'to 5d; 'blish 8 d:to 4d:'. Fowls 2s Gd-to 3s'; Turkies (fuill grown) 7s to 11s; do young 4&sto 66'd. Diiucks 5s to Gs: Geese .5 to Gs. Carcase pork from 3d to 4d.. '

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