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Karramomas. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 21 August 1885

. sarramiamai,.n (roRc iOUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) i Well;Mr Editor, I have been waiting in vain; for? soi'ething" to turn up whicl mihlit interest your numnerous readers. The crops in general are looking: pretty eltl tlhough many of theu are r.ther b;ick Iward, owing no doubt, to the 'continual frosty weather we have experienced. Our local., footballers were again vic toriros i- i o Saturday' week agaimist the Castle Creek club-3 Rgobls to 1. " Our boys" expected.to :see a long account of the match in last week's paper'from Oliver Day's fertile pen ;:but; possibly, as Castle Creek did' not win, it' was beneath. his notice.- By:the :wiy, I hope:ion former comment have not in- any way : damped Oliver's literarjy ardour. A little friendly iivalry:. between the .country correspon dents, should only 'tend :to imake matters lively; ore especiully; as we are often at a loss for something to write upon; 9. ; :. i A couple of footballers ireturning from thelscene of action after dark;,wero .so...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AVENEL. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 21 August 1885

AVEEIL. The football match on Saturday last proved a verylhollow game for our boys; they winning with 5 goals. The score at the close of the game being Tallarook,'l goal ;' Avenel, l oals 1 bhehirids.: Thoe goal obtained by Tallarook being throughl simple carelesslessdon the part of Avenel. Although those, who live in ghlass houses should' not throw. stones, yet, for the genilml good of sport, et Jone iimpress on all visiting teams that, it is not only a suicidal policy," but sioiply an insult to any club to visit any place with ~a short tdamn'iidh'I would'suggest, to avoid this, that longer notices be given for arranging all matches. .

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Balmattum. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 21 August 1885

Rlallmttum. [FRox on owr.N Co0a1 it,0DENT]i In reference to the proposed siding here; the Railw?y' Department sent an inspac tor up. to. report on ther site, whiclh believe ho .did favourably, but, :so far nothing definite has been decided. Th?. expense of constructing such accommoda-i tion amnouiltig to C1000, the Connis sio'ers are rather doubtful whether it would pay to incur such an outlay. The" chief t6pic of conversation .this last week is the dreadful tragedy' at Castle Creek, the news having sent a thrill of horror through every household in the neighbourhood, as the young man McP?e' was well known to many, and much sympathy is felt for'the McRae family ini their terrible -liereavcemeiit.. i An accident happened to a young man, son of Mr Barton; of this place, while on his road from Euro:;, tlihother day. The horse he was driving suddenly started:off, bringing the cart in collision with a tree, and throwing the occupanit clear'out, but, fortunately,,with.the. exception of a ...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 21 August 1885

THERE.IS NOTHING LIK:E LEATHERI S. M . BECRFT "BOOT and SHOE * MAlKER Nnw Longwood.. Repairs neatly; executed: ; Orders promptly., at tended to. ::. i , To l arnsmers, Selectors Lanil of ners, anetOthersM T E have regularly coming in to invest " t once on Country Lands,: iaind othiier Securities, Tusr and other, MoNEYS in :larg'e aid sdiiiill 'sums'rfiroii £100 to £120,000 for term.of years or asarranged, at LOWEST CoiiExr ~rs of iterest. Land 'and other .Departmintal Busines Conducted. We have also a large niumber of FARMS and ESTATES.FOR SALE.'and tdiLET, sat EýSESr TELrS.'sr in z3 1 i J. Mc?EVO Y'arid'CG'O'?' "' . .... 22..MR?UK~ET STREET. :: ELBOURNE :' ..'. z:':The Thoroughbred'Stas1iii--"--:--' - M O :--N' ;S- 0 .0o N Will Travel Euroa and Surrounding Districts " this 'Sea?n. •.'IjONSOON is a beautifuldapple br6wn, S 8 years old, standing over 15 hands high, has stfong-flat bone,,with sound con stitutioil, good-muscle hnd black points, and is well adapted to get stronig, hand ...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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The Advertiser PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. "Let all the ends thou aim'st at be thy Country's, Thy God's, and Truth's.' [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 21 August 1885

UBLISHEDBEVERY FRIDAY MORNiINO. "Let all the ends thou aim'st at be thy. Ctountrfs,. .- -... , Thy God's; and Trith's.' FRIDAY' Ist A t UGUST, 1885. O?E of the last duties thatidevolved on' the .Gladstone Ministry was to invite Parliamentto riepteat the examjle sit on previous ocansions by dedicating to thle use of. the Princess Beatrice; the customary dowry and annuity allotted to the younger' daughters: of the Queen frol;hthe national exchequer. -,The in cident,,derived asignificlnce from'tlhe fact that it was understoond that this would be the -last- of a long series of simi'ara'speals and that in lfture, whatever provision it is thought desir alle;to make for personli of ioyiil eitatej removed from the presumptive hope of ,succession rto= thec Criown; would bei hbeyondI the province, of pslihamnnttary discussions as separate otes of financial legislation. .,Proposals' to, grant sums of money treimi the publid funds for the maintenance of members of tlie: Royal Family invariably ...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Euroa and Cashel Railway. INDIGNATION MEETING AT EUROA. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 21 August 1885

PEaroa andh CasmhIe )Railway. INDIGNATION MEETING -AT" EUROA. - A well attenided public meeting was hold in the Public Hall, Euroa, on Saturday night last, for the- purpose of protesting againstthe action of thecouncil in giving its support to: the' iiroposed line of railway from Euroa to Cashel. E. Slee, Esq., was voted to thie chair, and after reading the advertisement convening the meeting, expressed the hope that all speakers would receive fair play.. , Mr Maurice Garrett moved the first re solution -- " That this meeting protests against the action of the shire council in colnection with the Cashel railway,j ais such action is detrimental to the best in t'rests of Euroa.". His reason' for doing so was, that the council was not justified in spending rates, which were collected in the.whole shire, on any one portion, to ihe detriment of another. It was plainly to be seen that, if ever such a line wa; constructed, the injury to Euroa would be peormanent and complete. There were no...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 21 August 1885

PAPER BAGS, TEA PAPERS, STATIONERY, &c., TRY ."TIS E; O c 'ADv.ERTISE" Office. DAVID ]O1UIVRO & (CO0 154 QUEEN ST., MELBOURNE. ENGINEERS, BOILERMAKERS, And Manufacturers and Imnporters of M?A cINERY, Have for Sale or Hire 7g~y THE "OSBORNE" Reaper & Twlin o:?Binder: ;This maicl e.:in itdn:i-o fdrti . a"s introduced by us last season, and chierved a wonderful suecess. The knot ting mechanism is so simple and strong that anyone can understand and manage it, and it has no liability to miss knots, which has hitherto been so feittile a source of annoyance and loss. For the coming season, the elevating: canvases are en larged, a new style of reel applied, and -any other valuable impro'ements intro -Iuced. Result of field trial at Lancefield, 'anuary, 1884, in' a till,, heavy crop of wheat, somewhat green, and with a good ileal of undergrowth :-Osborne, first, with 116.5 points ; M'Cormick, 10G.5; Hornsby, 102.75 ; Johnston, 100.25 Samuelson, 88.75. Our Improved Ste...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 21 August 1885

FENTON.-On the 19th inst., at Violet Town, the dearly beloved wife of S. J. Fenton, aged.42 years.     MACKRELL.-On the 11th August, at   Euroa, Thomas Mackrell, senr., J. P., aged 55 years, late of Spring Bank Farm, Strathbogie.    

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 21 August 1885

iDELATITEi SAW MILLS. i -W. G . WIltrErand 00. ] Y:AVING commuenced operations near - , 0 I' 0 W .0 0' :D, Are prepared to supply .S A W N' T I M B E R, -All Lexigths and all Sizes, on S' 'he Shortest Notice. tORDES ENsTRUSTED TO US WILL RECEIVE PROMIPT ATrENTION. SC1.E.?-BOLTON, Stratlibogie, is'now * prepared to supply Euroa district with Posts and Riils, any dimensions re quired. 5-foot Gaiden Palings, Shingles, &c., &c. ,Ordersaleft, with C. L. " Deloos, will "receive :prompt attention. 'Stringy Bark, any quantity. * . [A CALD-] , I 7 3EDWA.RD .MAXWELL M'GRATH -; -AUCTIOEER3, : MELBOURNE. "-'GRAT?r, Wrrsox BRos. & Co., ' Wool, Grin, and Proldtc.Breif:w . LO-NGWOOD MONTHLY STOCK Sales .will be held as follows: .LAST .WEDNESDAY Is EVERY MI1NTH STHOMAS DOBBIN, . .Stock andStationlAgent, - - . Nagambie. S PUIILIC .NiOTICE. I BEG to inform tlio resideiins of Euroa -."-' nd - surrounding district that I have Disposed of my Business in Euroa to Mr John. -Galla, ...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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(CONTINUED FROM OUR LAST). [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 21 August 1885

. .CONTINUEID FROMi OURn LAST). If it be true we have lived before upon the earth, why do we not remember our form r. lives ? Such is the question Sasked by many on whom reincarnation, as a great truth, and an all important fact, is dawning. But why should we remember? Is it not most merciful, in the first place. that we do not remember the miserable events of our former lives ? Even in our present life does not the memory of the past.-unless indeed we are wholly wrapt up in self-love and self-adoration-bring up many a sting of unavailing regret? In our.daily life, does not the pain far outweigh the pleasure? And are we not thankful to be able to forget the past, even should it be at the cost of forgetting the few Slimpses of fitful pleasure which have lit up the dark wastes of our former years? God is indeed merciful to us in blotting out, as He does, all dis tinct recollection of our past incarna tions. And.anain, what rea-on have we to suppose that we should remember the events o...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Scraps and Raps, [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 21 August 1885

;tCrsip anda p, 'a., " An echo from th6' hills" oinly cnme to hand last night -next issue. . :: .Mr Allen ,has succeeded : Mr Mullins as stationnaster at Longwood. ' ',The Benalla Football: Club chartered a special train to' St Jaines: ori Saturday, when they were -defeated by the home. team, some .very. smart play'; being shown on both sides. :1 Messrs J. H. Teague and Co's :stock sale at Longwood -takes place on Wednes day next; when, besides, the' usual varied lines, a lot of nice forward store steers are to be offercd,: . . :..The firm attitude of the nerv Ministry: in England ii relation to the -Afghan fron-. tier question has iappaireintly produced a salutary effect. The Rlisian Government adopt a nmuch:aess bellicose tone, and so modifiedd their proposals' ivith regard ti the control. of the Zalficar Pass that iami early settlement of .the, dispute is antici pated. The constitients of Sir Charles Dilke, who' represents Chelsea in the House :of Commonunos, and.whose recelit so...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Violet Town Studies. (On stilts.) [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 21 August 1885

Violet Towan Stuuiles. BY A " WIiLL-o'-0TII'wsi"'. ,(On stilts.). I tookatri in Cowslip street,. Violet Towini,' the6ther night, and opposite Underdood'si nyji. building I came upon a real bed of diamonds. Stretchiiig half-iay across the' road was as fine a piece of stagnation as ever a will-o'-the-wisp lighted his lauter?ci to exa mine. A beautiful green coat, composed of; finely-divided rubbish and otfil, interlacedi with an enchanting slimy filagree worked- inl various devices, made the surface appear as lively'as a 'dead man's eye. and I at once turned on my light, and brought out'the microscope.. Cautiously taking a" drop on the end of one of my stilts; I saw a sight which might well caused. a spasm of envy to the Egyptian plagues. - Within that little fairy gloL.of water I counted; no, less than 14,000 varieties of disease germs, which were engaged in a most amusing. combat ,,In the centre' of the globe' r aniphitheatre was a cleared space, round which were ranged the germs of...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 21 August 1885

' Tedic era. TENDERS wiilli be iEcoifed dipý to3 o'clock. on.SATURD-LAY, AUGUST 29th, for the erection of C ATTLE: -PENS': & C. On the Aoriculturai and.Pastoral Society's "round. Plans; and Specifications may: be,seen" a the Secret.ry's oflice,Binuey street, Euroa. }The lcest or any teiider niot neccessarily accepted. ' T J. iES SIMPSON, : : Secretary Chsureca Witlteen CHURCH OF ENGLAND. 1T SunrDY Aici'i TRiNiTri ,". HE. ,REVY: F: LAWSON WILSON will preached at' St.; Paul's,' ,Eroa, next Suiindy morning, and at St. Duns tan's, Violet Town, in the evehinig. - The Holy Communion wwdl. be colebrated in St. Parl's Edro; after the ikorning ser WESLETAN CHURCH, EUROA.' . i'AUoUSTr 23aD, 1885.: MM ORNING, 11, YMR W. S; REEVES.; Evening 7,- Rev. :-S., SCHOLES,, Subjct ',Inside and. Outside.':, SCATHOLIC OHURCH, EUROA. M ASS will b Celebrated in the local, Catholic Chirche ona .SUNDAY AUGUST 30th, at tll: . ' J.. P ' CAROLAN C0.? VIOLET' "`TOWN.'i PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.' SERVICE ini ci...

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The Castle Creek Tragedy. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 21 August 1885

The Castle C!reek Tragedy.   Mr. Wyatt, P.M., held a magisterial   inquiry at Hill's Hotel, Longwood, on Saturday last, on the bodies of Christopher McRae and Thmias Clarke, whose terrible deaths we reported in our last issue.   Jessie McRae deposed: Am single, re= siding with my father on Castle Creek, about 7 miles fromn Gobur. On the 12th inst.I was at home, between' eight and   nine o'clock, with my mother and brother. My brother was in the garden, when a man named Clarke called. I.knew Clarke; at sight, but had never spoken to him. I heard him speaking to my brother in the garden. My mother was at a well outside drawing water. I heard my brother and Clarke quarelling about a dog. Clarke said "I'll do something to you for that." I went to the door, and saw my brother standing near where he had been digging. -Clarke was about four yards distant.- I saw him shaking a.gun at my brother, H e held it by the centre, with one hand. I ...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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RAILWAY TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 28 August 1885

RAILWAY TIME .TABLE. TRAL's leave Euroa DAILY as follows : For Melbourne at 10.17 a.m., and 6.17 p.m. . For Seymour and Shepparton lines at 3.17 p.m.:.. , For Benalla, Wangaratta, and Wodonga, at 10.16 a.m., arid 6.55 p.m. "'For- Benalla at'1016, p.m.

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Arrival of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 28 August 1885

Arrival - of iails. º ~is arrive at.tthe Eur; PostO.tffe.s follows :-? ?. ? '. ' SFrom .Gooram, Merton, Doon, ,Ma;id dample and MIansfield, at 520 p.i.,. Suni days excepted. , . From Jamieson, Mondays,W~ednedays, and Frid;ys, at 5.20 p5n.2 !:`.T m " From Miepoll,r Miepoll South, Kar ramomus South,, on Mondays,. Wednes days, andFridays, at a.. . ! Rig,?s'.,Creek, Tuesdays and Fridays, 11 amn. From Shean's Creeok, Strsthbogie, and Stiathbogie; West'' t otiVWednesdaysý and Saturdays; at' 5.30 p.m - Froii' Balmattum, Mondays, .Wednes days, at 5 p.m. - M?elbourno up and down train, daily, at 10.17 a.i?.. :'( " ": ,! , SaMelbournie up train, daily at 7p.m.. i Downstraiii laily, at:.15 p.m. lo i

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Evolution. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 28 August 1885

tI think that this life isonly one of a series of lives which "oult incarnatedi part has lived. I have little: doubt of: our liaving pre-existed ;, and th?at ilso Ln-the 'time .of our pre-existence we were actively emp'oyed.': : . O. O nAL Goenow.

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Caniambo Ploughing Match. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 28 August 1885

Canisanbo Plou.lglrn.bIa mici3 . The Canilunbo, Gowaungardio, and Cor rawa ploughing match wan hold on the 25th inst., and..passed olf meost succoss fully. The mantch wasn held on MrO Quit Ian's farm, C.Tiianmbo;,.aud the work donc ,' was creditable, cmnmsiderinfg the -gnrmmnd wamn-ratherlmhard and brittle. " Thie corn nltteo anld secretmrry wonked Inmost onlor getically to make time matclh a succoss and were rewarded for .their oflorts.. -.There was a largeccourse of spcctators.. The. following are the results :- . - Ciss A (Single Furrow). 1J. HIa 'rp Toolamba, (Lennon) . .. 1 J. Sandilands, Tallygaroopna, (McCalmnan) 2 T. Mahony, Nalinga, (Lennon) .. 3 J. Rogerson, Gowangardie, (Grant) ... 4 W\V. Pinchbick, Tallygaroopna, (Lennon) 5 W. Pinchbiek had the best finish in.this class, and ieceived a trousers and vest, the gift of Mr Bromley. W. . Brown and J. A. MIcQueen also competed in this class. CLAss B (Single Furrow). 'A. Patterson, Balkamaugh (Lennon) ... it r. Tubb; Caniambo, ...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Scraps and Raps. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 28 August 1885

The prize list of the agrieultural show will'be issued in ? few days. Nearly £400 to be given away. The milky way-Several peraons ;hfin?d?i Melbourne last week for millk-g the pump. Bail ip,there ! The British army reserves are being demobilised: The bear has gone- back to his den. . i All the hands at' the Jersey Claim, Ingle wood, have been dismissed. Somi onehhe been stealing the gold. .. The' Nesw Guinea natives h?ve killed and ,eaten Captain Tiger., -.,o:. ... , .'Messirs O'Lery and Parfitt run for' North Moira if'the government division is carried out. The latter was a strong supporter of single electorates at the conference. "1 will neither find a way nor make it, my lord."' Shakespeare.. National Agricultural Society show a great success. - Farmers' excursion trains attractinig much attention.' The "missis and children!" pre paringfora treat. The ordinary quarterly subscription to this jourual is. due at the end of this month. Brai?? hes of the Australian Natives' Asso clati...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Gazette Notices. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 28 August 1885

i,, Gazette Notices. A list'of licensees in arrear in the Seymour district is gazetted. : r-? - Applications for Licenses approved.-John Barry, 3"20a,- Monea South -Jolni Norris, 138, Avenel; Elizabeth -A. Davis, 300a, Borodomanin; mW?n. Parker;, 3'0a Toorour; Joseph A. Wall, 107a, Lima ; Mary Hannen, 81a, Balmattum ; Alex. Boyd, 280, Lurg ; Jolhs J. N. Napier, 140a, Tatong ; Walter Harris, 103a, Boho; Tryphena Boddy, 320i, Monea South ; Fredk; Earl, sen., 1SIa, Moonea Sonth ; Win. Boyd, 320a, Lina;, Jas. WV. RossM, 207a, (lobur ; David haw'.,72a; OarmG ttnbonall- JohnTees, 320a, Garratan. bnuiell ; Thos. Macklin, 320a, Gobur; John Brodie, 75a, -Gobur; Reuben E..-Moore, 320a, Borodomanin ; Richard B: Moore, 55a, Borodomasnin; Wm. J.' Moore, 166a, Boro domanin . Licerses declared. 'void : Daniel H. Williams, 64a, Gowanigardie; Thos. MaIn ire, 320a, Upotipotpon. Applications for Leases approved :-Henry J. Evans, 39a3r 33p, Toorour: George Brad shaw, 320a, Gowangardie; Robert H. Gollan...

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