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THE WELCOME RAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 29 August 1884

TIPE liELCO 1E ILA1. Jy to thie farmer, the rain's doma at last, hlis crops now look blooalinzg,-tle drought it is past, The creeks are all running, the dams o er flowing, And while we are sleeping, the grass will be growing. Jov to all friends who reside in the town, For the rain which has fallen, will keep the dust down ; And if the trade is not lively, why, just wait until The farmer goes in there your.coffers to fill Joy to the grocer, the farmer's his friend, So lay in store for the harvest,. histea?is' he will seiid. The draper may also his goods iow display For the farmer his wife will brijin iin sonme fine day. J.oy to the tailor, his needle may l)y," The farmer will now a new: suit: want: to buy ;;: .-: i :,t '. Joy to the cobbler with awl an -end?. te'll have boots for to isakl :s;'nd sh:ids for to mendit, i Joy to the miller (I nigh forgoty?ou;) .' 1 When the, corn is-thrashed, :you'll have plenty to do; : Hotelkeepers too, will have cause to re juice, Their brands well d...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 5 September 1884

Publlc Notices. TO THE RESIDENTS OF EUROA. Having been requested by. many resi dents to Provide 'Culinary Vegetables fresh from Melbourne, I have decided to accede to their- Request, and now beg to Intimate that on sad iafter Fridayl15thli August, (weekly) I shallbo able to'supply them with ALL KINDS, 'A prices to meet their Approval. . , .A CASEMENT, Ba? ;Corn aind Produce Merchant - .EUILOA, sntud Motlees. The tstud.-ISeason 1854. - E beg to remind owners of horses, that we have a splendid assort rwent of horse blocks for cards, on hand. Stud advertisements for tihe season, in serted as per agreement. F. S. NEALE, Adcertisw office. P-IO STAND AT THE OWNERS 1- FARM, The Pure bred Olydeedale Stallion, SSA-M GALLOWAY, ,By Lord Galloway, (imp.) 3.Sam Galloway is .a .lack, horse stands 16} hands high, rising iix years old. Termu:-J~ IOs each mare. 1Os to be paid at first service, balance Swhen ?the mare proves in foal, or 13 guar .: antee. Gel grass paddocks, Is per week. -" For Partic...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ARCADIA. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 5 September 1884

* AMCAlIA. . At the Arcadia Debating Society on .Saturnlay night last, a rather interestfing topic was discussed, namely lease or free hold, which entertained tihe meeting for ;a collidcrable time,-, the mInajority of the speakers were in favur- .nf tihe freehold .Mr. A M Chanter spoke to a onsiderable extent in favour of the .~nrposed leasing explaining the advantages that the country would derive, and the amount of revenue etc,.; that would b, guaranteed to the country.. Mr W. Duncan endorsed the last speakers remarks,and said he thought the way the land was passing so ralidly from the crown, that.a taron severalnmall land holders would eventually be imposed to keep up the revenue. Mr I Webb, disagreed to some . considerable extent with the last speakers and explained him. self in a very able nmanner and concluded by saying he believed in being his own landlord. Several other speakers warmly supported Mr Webbs opinion, and wheni put to the meeting the leasinglost. After a vote of ...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EUROA CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 5 September 1884

BEUROA CRtICKET,. CLUB. The anrinual - general meeting was "held on Saturday night at Siitherland's hotel, at which twenty two persons were present. Mr. G., Sutherland, president of the club occupied the chair and congratulated the club on the success they attained, last. season, but hoped they wouidd be far inore successful in the future. He was perfectly satisfied that they would be able to senld out as good if not the best team in the North Eastern District;, Mr. It. H. Graham, secretary, then read the report and balance sheet which were adopted. The report stated that it was intended to erect a new pavilion during the coming se.ison, and to ineet this and other expenses, the colmnittee suggested that the subtcription be riaised to 10s. td. The report on the whole was considered very satisfactory The balance sheet showed as follows :-Receipts, 62 12s. ; expendi ture, £58 15s. 10d.. The election of office bearers was- then proceeded with, the following being elected. Patron,. . W ...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
STRATHBOGIE. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 5 September 1884

ST]UATIM IGIE. A meeting of the emiployees at Gun dry's sawmills was held on Wednesday night,to take the initiatorystepsfor form inlg a cricket club. Several of them are old hands at the willow. S-The road near the church at West Strathbogie wants looking after; jt is a perfect quagmire. Perhaps our new councillor will see to it before it gets any worse. Mr Dunning has erected aziother bench at his sawmills for cutting small timber, shingles and pickets, &e. The timber on the reserve is getting thinned, eight or ten axemen being constantly at work. I am afraid there will be some large bush tires in that locality, owing to so much debris laying about, caused by the tops of the felled trees. The early crops are not looking so well as might be expected, owing to the frosts. hares and marsupials; wheat and barley especially. The later sown' crops are looking??etter. The'farmers will be pleased to hear that the close sea.son for hares hai been altered, for they are very destrue t...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MOGLONEM BY JOTTINGS [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 5 September 1884

KOQLONE TYJ OTTLGiQ t . ' BY INCOG. " :'Tis about time I added my testimony tothoe ggod effects of: theo mild weather since the past break up. I was surprised to see such saimarked iniprovement in the crops in the distnietf on Saturday; duirin a tourof inspection. Should circunmstances continue' favorable, :theie ;:need 'le little fear of a-generally good harvest, , though of course there are a few crops, aL in e-very place and unider tevery conldition, :that will inot prove remuniierative. _I was particularly impressed with the .crop tof Mr. iulnnlernulu.' This was sown on fblloweid land, which at, the tini ofsow nug, rwas literallyo carpetd with lidande hion. Mr.mBunnerma instead of 'the ordinary o harrow, used.a disc hIrrow, anid pfrom lpresenLt "appearilnces I thinik lie ls reason to be thiakful that lihe did; so Should his crop akeep alhead of this obnoxious.weed, as it is apparently doingr now, it will go far to establish the superi ority of the disc hIarrow over otheir im ple...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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COMMERCIAL. LIVE STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 5 September 1884

COMERJEUCRA.* LIVE STOCK. Fat Cattle.-Prime pens of, bullocks sold at from £17 10s to £22 5s ; good do, from £14 to £16 10s; second do from £10 to £12; inferior from £6 10 s; prime pens of cows, from £12 to £15 15s; odd beasts to £16 ; second from £10 to £11e; middling and inferior from £5 Fat Calves-Best sold at from 70s to 80s ; good, from 50s to G60; second do, from 353 to 45s; inferior from 20s.

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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LOCAL MARKETS [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 5 September 1884

OCAL MAll-?i S - . The local mill reports: Wheat 3s 7d; seed wheat 4s Gd; feed oats 2s 8d ; fowls wheat 3s. Mr C. L. Deboos reports price locally as follows. Fresh butter 7d to 9d;. Potted butter Gd to 8d.- - Eggs, 84 Carcase pork, under 100lb 4d. Fowls, 2s toe s per pair. Ducks 3s per pair. Turkeys 5s to 10s per pair. Sheepskins 3d to 4jd. SHides 2d to 21d. Kangaroo skins 94 to s,. Id. Wallaby 6d. to 7d. Oppossum 2s 6d to 4s Gd. Bear 2s Gd Wattle Bark, £2 to £6 per ton. J~. E. Handbnry and Co. report: Butter (print), 8d. to 10d per lb.; prime new cask, 5d to 8d ; do. old cask. -7d to 9d ; eggs, 9d per dozen ; 'honey, 31d to 41d per lb.;pigs 3dto4 d turkeys, 5s to 10s per pair; fowls, 2s •to 3s; ducks, 3s to 4s 6; oppossum skins, 2s Gd to 6.4. Mr D: A. Casement hay' and corn Jnerchant, Euroa, reports: Cabbage plants 2s per hundred. B ran Is 2d. " Pollard Is 2d. Best hay chaff to £L Best straw do. to £2. 10s." Barley 3s Gd per bush. Crushed 3s 9d Oats 3s 3d. Crushed 3s Gd. Peas 4s 9d...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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DAIRY PRODUCE, HIDES ETC [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 5 September 1884

DAIRY PRODUCE, HIDES ETC Messrs. M'Kay and M'Donald report A large quantity of produce tohand to day, which met with brisk competition. and sold at the following quotations: -Cheese: Prime quality in good demand, and sold at from 7d. to 71d. per lb.; mnedium, 6d. to 6d'; inferior from 4d. Potted Butter: Prime new make; 7d. to 9d. per lb.; good old, 7d. to 8Bd. per lb Fresh Butter Choice dairies up to Is. 2d. medium,' 12d.; inferior. 9d. Eggs, from 9)d. to lkd. per dozen. Bacon: Smoked hams, 9d.; sides, 7d. to Sd.; flitches, 62d.; do., green, from Gd. to 8d., according to quality; Honey, 5 1. for good garden lots; bush, 4d. to 4d. Beeswax, 9d. per lb. Lard, 4d. to 4Ad. per lb. Turkeys, from 10s. to 16s. per pair; ducks, 5s. to 7s.; geese, 7s.; fowls, 3s. Gd. to 4s. 6d. Car case pork, dairy fed, 6d. per lb.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 5 September 1884

1Wining Adlvrtiumnaent. pROSPECTUS OF THE SUNtEE UNEE TRIBUTE1' COMPANY, TABLE .LAND, , DRY ,,CREEK. S.(To be icgttcred.) Capitil, £1l2,000, in '2. 00o ...." * re of lO1 each..,; 2400 Shares, paid up to 5s per share, retained by present 'Tributoi-s, aiad 5OO to be held towards the purchase : of iPres' oit : prbPerty ; thel rema?ining 16,000T arýe offered to the Public; s lpayable on ap plication, and Is 6d'on-all6otmintl ' Calla, if required, not to exceed 3d per month. i Directors to be elected at the.First . L Meeting of Shareholders.l? -and! S600 of the. proceeds to beapproprated to recoup thl expeniditure in opening up, 're-ttiiboring,'and exteding'thie existing tunnels'aid othe i'workings; the balaiice (less preliminary expenses,) to. le placed. to tih credit of the Company towards the pirohase of Machinery, &c. tCharles E. Clarke, Broker, 34 Collins Street, West. /,.This Tribute (which has five years to rni, with the option of absolute purchase for the suin of £4000 'a...

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REMEMBER OR FORGET. CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 5 September 1884

REMEMBER OR FORGET. CuAPrrTn II. A year passed during which tine L had "come out" at a ball given by one of my uncle's old patients to celebrate his daugh ter'stwenty-first birthday. Here I-became engaged to lRd1ph Rostherick ; we had often nmet since that spring morning when his mother was taken ill, and I had grown to love with all the intensity of my nature "Raldph" who was that evening mine, whose love I never doubted, and for whose honor I would have answore d with my life. His mothur's illness had been long and severe. 1 had often been to see her, and she lid grown fond of me; she did not seem much pleased with nrmy engagement to her son, but he had won her consent to ask me ; I slhould have no money on my uncle's death, save a few hundreds he might chance to leave me, for the remainder would all go to a son, my uncle's only son, who had .been for two years travelling for his health. This, Mrs Rostherick knew, and with her re turning health acnd strength, returned her old haug...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 5 September 1884

I - C '"" T".y1 ET II.?S ON IAND SEE'DS : F. ,::lower ./.SEEDS ,SEEDS:-.. ,li;i: SEEDS' SEEDS" :0'Gtiden. ''EEDS' :::: ..PO ATOES. : ; r POTATOES i -? I:.BeIst Vi arrnaimbool:_,,, -::i E 0NI'ON ' ETC(. R 17 T?T ,'S" L E S OR\'AIENT TL' ,' TRE E- S, SLANT"S SHf B RUBS, ETC ( E LL O TTTo inrtilnt;trtuin ks to II 0isCstoRN Xs D :pst fO ursCE,. f.blic,' t.at lie;. ieis tociaelm~yoT tie In p~iectioii I iviid. BOOT ?A.KIN.G.'., Mlore Estensi ng.S?tiek?, t o suit te t trade, Wdhich-he+ wills sell ato of MELBO'URNE " PRICES. Men's' Lice-up boots, at12sftld,d And iillothur.kildsat a Corrcsdondi ng Loi" Figure. CENRA L" STORE l "BO1OT' WtARE HOUSE; :: : : Kirkliiid-lstreet EUROA'.,".: N_ L:-All nli:mdolep- on the rlir 'iiises. .BRICKS. To be BuICKS. , 3BRICKS i ha: d BRICKS: BRICKS at: .. ..- .BRICKS. BROWN'S BRICKYArLD First Claiss' ell burnt' Bricks ; --' :£1 is. PER THOUSAN'D. STRATH BOGIE SAW M.:ILLS., Sawn Timber, of any length and 'size, supplied at the shortest notice. Full Particulars...

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HERE AND THERE [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 5 September 1884

JILTJICERL 11A TEPRE If Auistralian feel' a' good deal eluated at the victory of:Beach-- overtith great Canadian r?owing. champion, I, don't suppose it will ddothem~ much harm to indulge their feelings a_ little, pirovidiniig they- doi not overstep -tlhe boniads of discretion. .Of coutrse, it would be unbecoming s to crow':too loudly while l-ianlan remiaUins in the ColonIies, ias we isiItuS' r'eg;'ird hii al: our guest, and as suchi",v o reo.liund: to treat himl with every. couside.ritioi't. There arte otler rasons too, wliys e i need not be too delmoustrative inl outr, joy, the chief one- beir': tlitt ;tihe faistnesses of the sculer are quite is: variable as those of othl:er .eople, anm . though we are. inow'lpt1ril( to' kniowv that Australia, for the second time, holds the rowin"g cllhamionsihi' odf the world, we canuot .feel any3 certainty about the length of our tenu're of this honour. So both out of f?tonrtesy to Ilanilan and illn order to save ourselves too grievous disappoint...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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GAZETTE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 5 September 1884

GAZETTE WOTICE4. Applications - for, licenses approved. '-eil Jones, Balmattum; William Doak, Moglenomby ; James Tomkins, grazing block,1056. " . Applications for licenses under Land Act 1862 :refllsed.-Lauri L Down, 320a, Goomnalibee; Win. Bash, Junr., 320a, Strathbogie. These sites will be open for selection on the 12th September. r.*Applications for leases approved.- Richards J., Win. S. and F. W. Howell,: Wondoomarook ;' Anna M. Crosbie, Euros T:2R.. Granfe!l, Branjee: .

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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The Advertiser "MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 5th, 1884. FRANCE AND CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 5 September 1884

" MODERATE, BUT PROGCNESSrrE. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 5th, 1884. FRANCE AND CHINAl Lose threatening comes at last.. Thie strained.relations which havc"existed between Franice and China have aulmi nated'in an open rupture. lh first scene on the drama has been p15ayed, and the curtain falls upon a "sickening massacre." We have no sympathy with France in this business and-would not mind, if, in her aggrandisement, she should meet with a severe check. At the'same time we are utterly' unable to account for the apparent mad .folly of the Court of Pekin in hazarding- a war with an antagonist so powerful and so implacable. It is true the demands of France for the alleged breach .of the treaty, re Tonquin, were absurdly pre posterous and unjust, and we do.not wonder at a repudiation of srich a request ; but it would be far better for China, for our common humanity, to pay the indemnity, though unjust1 than to suffer a loss of possibly ten :times the amount as an alterntive. Perhaps the sum demande...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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LONGWOOD JOTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 5 September 1884

.LOGWO6D *OWTTIGM. "Some little grumbling has been ex pressed at eounot'paying enough attentio to Longwood, and to rectify this, our representative will in futurh rvisit:.the township, every, secoed .Tuesday--[ED. A grand -concert?:and dramatic enter tainment-will be held this' eveniig iii the roeds shed in, aid of the • Mechanics Institute:. The committee have been working most energetically, and should the weather keep fime a large audience is expectcd.* The residents .here .are:'extremeln y anxious that the National Bank at Euroa -would open a branch office and send a clerk down, way, twicea week. At present most aof the .Lougwood people bank at Euroa, but it is understood that the Corn ?nercialBank at Avenel are quite willing to Ssend down saclerk if asked to do so. As we would prefer. the National, we trust they will take some steps towards acceding to our wishes. SOn:3Monday last :a public meeting was convened atHamniltoa's Hotel, Longwood, to nominate-three trustees for the L...

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VIOLET TOWN MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 5 September 1884

VIOLET TOW 'V?MErMn. There. were two cases sot dooi?n' fdr hearing at the local court onTunsday, but they had to be postponed on' accoy t of there heing no J's.P. prenst. ""ii Mr. Linard, was about the court; burtdid not put in an appearance until ten ininutes past eleven, after Mr. - Moor,? clerk of courts, hadadjourned the cases:. As this style of' proceedings causes great annoyance to litigants, it would' be well if endeavours were made to get another gentleman living in the township, raised to the bench. Mr. Crocker the other J.P. resides a little distance from the town and of course cannot be expected to attend every court day. We believe a petition was numerously signed some' little time ago, in favorof Mr. Allenbeing appointed, and we would be delighted' to see Mr.' Allen occupy a seat on the bench. The committee of gentlemen who are endeavouring to raise enough money'to proceed with the erection of a IMechanics' Institute, were very wise in selecting the evening of the Ploug...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 5 September 1884

-t Sz 4~ ;~6C 5tJU.~~~ ~i~ntw>~s, ti: E rr _riz..i.·srt ed z:') 3 EOli-~7x!~ ~-J~ PXP" Izri~ŽBZ .5~b~:~r wfSTATIO6 RY, &c:., .'A]) tk.RTTSI k" Offie D Eý TIE -ý ý 9! 1·; rails .4 toeee , ' on'tant fr-"al ~' Ge AA~ii~;,'enti' frL;io teie.u *.. - ? _ .,1Fus3v* f illJil a:·· ': Y: :°trrBulcliaz63ie xstsaý_ t?ý .:two ` : ýrd~l[, s33G ý U Y.>ý , 'w' i mI ti u!3ruyz~r_ý-; # i3 - .l ;?`I,"~uLI uý.t oýi1 ;,. '`"'"t'i~~~~.5"1· ^U00x~ k7LF,1t~raf-, tI-T ii;O~l·~T'·t·ill~ ra, " ýCoi;T riritJ,,id"CiiiijTI~iiJa~ i ýr ;iL!,, . i*":- ;;. lir 'lls l: ýý i wll I; .. .,- * ,,- goiit for tl ? - MUlbAL, -YSSuI^.OEN.SO..IETl :;OF '-; i." - qp' i ORiA.. '^l,*- . . gent. Ir oI. rmaL k . Ieatper land "Twine'. SFRUIT TREES'AT- 'MEfBIOU1'iE. n t?.ixT^ *srtnid oI Mr Thoiai n:Uiader (T. Loader l.sqi 1R1. S.LProfessrAof : S the Metlb, urnet luiversity:; ; Proiniysi o?-DfStchalC61l,. MWilliam.S iddcle,I'(:i ddeleo & Co., ICo., ciirani? , Frcdriuk 1 .oy . H Con · Esmq.i" lesli .-Pro.esrong c...

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Parliament House, Melbourne. To the Secretary, Shire of Mansfield. (Per favour of the Euroa Advertiser.) [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 12 September 1884

Pariiameiiit ios, M?I Lnoiroe. To the Secretary, Shire of Mn islield. (Per farour of the .Eti'on Adkrth,:) . Snl,--I heve the honour to acknowledge your letter from the shire office naans field, dated the 22rd inst, in whl'ich you forward to me by dire-tion of the Presi dent, (Mr E..i MIacartinoy, J. P. of the Mounot Battery and Loyola estates) a copy of certain resolutions of censure, carried at a meeting called by that gentlema-n on, the imotion of Cr Crockett. I lave? hilsd. read the report in the iMtisefi.ld Guatiilioan of this Mteting, and I inote the statements made by these resolutions were carried by seventeen (17) votes as against forteren (14). I may be permitted to' state that1: have just received a large number of let ters from my constituents froum all parts of the electorate, conveying siniliar views to those of the editor of the ýfusitfictld Gruardian of the 20th inst, and to tlhose tele graphed by the President alid councillors of the -Howqua shire, as read to the me...

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TAWHIAO IN ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 12 September 1884

TA.WIhLA .O IN ENGLAND. TAwti.6, tie Maori Kifig, i5Eg'idleifly enljoving and improving himusclf iin the Eislish= c:pital. The dusky mouruch is mare '5 ni.:u:c:ic in his rlaitions w;t;'. til: l.. u;,: th ,n u:).;. s; e qu e ru.le:s hli e bt et::, t~ his lihes stra i nto have, h:.: i...-t i. p':,:,anit luset in the city of Lon lon T,twIhiao is living at what is dlc?oi,,ed as .a ,'goe t,tel receivels visitors in at hand.omiely fiurnishe, 1dt awingroom, and where he is lod,,e l in trn!y r,.gal style. The King tdiaes ;at the nrble d'hot',e goes to I the theatres in the eveiing, awl, generalls steaking, has suclt a gid time of it that it is doubtful whether lie will ca:c to rettrni to the luxties of his o'wn palace:. Truly lortune :plays sad tricks with those in wh'.-c vein. the blood 'of royalty cutrseis..- W,e have, oursulv'st met kings in Victoria upon wihttm the lickle juade habs pressed with plrticularl severity, nil trc':s arraved ill the t.ttereed.roaititis of ahie bluel bla iet ,...

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