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Arrivals of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 4 September 1885

ArrivNls of YIalls. M?Ars airive at Violet Town Post Oflica as follows : From Melbourne daily 10.35 a.m. and 7.20 p.m. . From Tamileugh, Tamleugh -North, aild Caniambo-Mondays, Wednesdays,' and Fridays; 4.30 p.m. From Marraweney, Bohbo, aiid Strath: bogie" North-Tuesdays; and -Frida?s; 6.30 p.m. : Front Gowangardie,T-Tuesdays, and Fridays 10 a.nm. . .. Froiii Barrington's,- Caniambo-Mon day, Tuesdays, and Fri lays, 430 p.m.i.

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 4 September 1885

i'UBLIC 'OT'ICE. I BIEO to inform the residents of Euroa and surrounding district that I have Disposel of my Business in Eurna to Mr John Call. and, whilst thanking my lllnelrous customers for their kind and liberal lpatronage to me, would request a coltinli:nce of the same for my successor, who will be in a position to treat his cus omers liberally and well. D. A. CASEMENT. Having bought the above business, of which I will take possession on Monday, August 10th. I have to request a continu ance of the liberal patronage bestowed on M'r D. A. Casement. by the public, and to inform them that I will endeavour by every legitimate means in my power to give the same satisfaction to ny patrons which they have enjoyed in the past. I will always keep a large stock of FARM PRODUCE, CEREALS, GARDEN AND OTHEP SEEDS, EeT., Of the very -est sorts, whilch will be sold at such Piices as i will give satisfaiction to all. The favor of an early call is solicited. .IJOHN GALL. NOTICE. ..... ALL PERSON ...

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.' FRIDAY, 4th SEPTEMBER, 1885. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 4 September 1885

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNINO. "Let all the ends thou aim s at be thy .Countiry's, Thy God's, and Truth's.' FIIIDAY. -4Yth SEP2¶TELBER, 1885. Our leading article is crowded out. We desire tb'drair attentiton to the notice of a meeting eaele I by the Agricultural Society, at the Public Hall, on' Tuesday" afternoon. Up to date the promises of support from' the farmers and graziers lhave been;- comparatively speaking, so wretchedly disproportionate,s.that it is apparent that the district has not yet been canvassed, and it would ba well for the meeoting to -consider now the desirability of appointing paid col lectors, in order to neet the cases of many fariners who .complaint that they have not been asked.. It would be batter if,::in these cases, farmers would forward their names to the secretary or treasurer without waiting to lie' called upon. We hope to see a well atteended meeting on Tuesday, when pro gramme and prize list will be submitted. Messrs Jas. .Birkett, J.P., , and Wm. Al...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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(CONTINUED FROM OUR LAST). [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 4 September 1885

(COTINURD 1 llI~ Cain l *sT). The Elemtsinianl nysteries were tmhe t- baus of makiig known to those who. 1 "werc reputed wor:thy ,et be 4intiated into ,them, three importanlt tritli : (.t) The phurlity of the worlds, and the rotation of :ihe ev'th as it was tbmioht 1m'ny aent-ndest -later hy Coperniculs ? Ga Oileo. (2)The uniity of God ; and (:1) the phlualityI of .existehces-le sueCCessive lies and trials -of the mind. Thioe things were ]hidden from t e great. in:s of the peoplfe on ic collnt of thleir gross ig?norlnee and their inevitable superstitio, : for, as a modern writer has observed. " It would not hare been safe ct undlertake to delprive the people of thellr lllumeriel divinities, an, :to I. th11 ktoll t'at thle ,b oeesof thn r worship werc mIerely aI!legoies and syu - lbols. The nmultitude would !have stoned "thleuli tol deatlh in tihe ,name of the gods. They were cuntent, tlhereforo, to reveal .tie truth to a s1mall nuulber of persons of re gised s.rici., after having su...

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GOLD! [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 4 September 1885

We noted last week a rumor to the effect that gold hadI been discovered in the Strtllbo'gie Ralies near Euinett's, and the news cre;ted considerable stir in the locality, as the affair was being preserved as a " profound secret" by those in terested. Public attention having been directed to the alleged discovery, fuller dethils were soon forthciiiiiig, which we give bulow : -Souim few days a.gto, one of the splitters cg:itgel by M\r Stepheus, tle contractor for fencing the Eiuroa race course, c;aile upoil a quartz reef on the \Wombat spur, a short distance fromi Dunning's now woodmill. Specimens were taken to .Benalla, where an ass ly was made, which resulted in fine flour gold being seen. A prospecting license was obtained, and the reef is to be opened out and tested during the next few weeks. FoJlowing upon this discovery, another retf wa( discovered some distance noearer the Strathbogie road, and about a mnile andU-a-half fromi Enunett's, which is sup posed to be the same make of...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 4 September 1885

ruI)ne ic Votie. STATE SCHOOL, MOGLONEbmY: WEDNESDAY, 13int SEPTEMBER. G RAND CONCERT AND )ANCE I To be HeF.r in the Above Sc!hool in aid of the Prize Fund. Admissie to Concert acirl Dnce, 2s. M1oSLIGIIT ! MOONLIGIIT ] ! ,ALMATTUMI DISTRICT STATE -. .sorOOL ?IJCNj·.. IC THE above Picnic will take place WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER. 0ir in Mr J. Willis's paddock. All children to meet at the State School; Bahlnattum, at 11 o'clock a.m. Each child to come provided with its cup or mug, 0 F. M. CLEMENT, Sec. Bal-mattum, 1/8'85. NOTICE. -- I 1'HE usual Assembly will take place in the Temnperance Hall on Thursday night, September 11th, at the usual hour. H1. MEYERS. w. HARRIS. M. I. A. EUROA. - .. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 14. 1ESSAY : " Character of the Future .Australian," Mit T. For.; C The public invited. S W. SWIFT, lHon See, W i nted.. -WTANTED GENERAL SERVANTS , COOKS and LAUNDRESSES L. and E. Fomn)'s. P.egistry Office, Kirk hlnd street Euroa. TANTED PIPILS for the PIANOFORT. by MISS BOARDMAN, KIr'...

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Balmattum. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 4 September 1885

- . .--Lst , uno .. The picnic committee held a meeting in lthe school-house. on Saturd:sy last, for the purpose of choosing a suitable plnce and date" to -test our young pedestrians.' It was'carried lnanimonusly to ]hold it next Wednesday, 1tlh inst. I must coompliment the committee on their wisdom. ]lad they searched all Bahnlmttnm, they could not have found a more lictlresquoe spot, namely, in Mr Willis's paddock, on the hI;nks of that ever Faithful stream, in clse proximity tor Mr Stewart's estate (Brookville). Visitors in:tcding coning will find it ca:y of acceas, Anid I can say, without the sliglhtest 'heýittion, will b •anply repaid for their drive. It was also decided that eacl child should "bring its own drinking vessel. - Ihaving occasion the other day to go 'thr1ough Shea's s gully, which necermsitates crossng Fiitlhfuiis a-reek, imagine ic my astonishiment ;oin conhi,. to whire :.the 'contractor is hbusy , ilditg,, a ncw. ridlge Sover the said creek. Pulling ip niy. stee...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 4 September 1885

FOR . PAPER .BAGS. TEA 3APrERS, STATIONERY, &c., TRY .THE 'ADYERTISiý4R" Office. DAVID ]UTJIRO & CUU,, 154 QUEEN ST., MELBOUlNgE. ENGINEERS, BOILERMAKERS, Aind% Maumfacturtrs and inmporters of X ACHINERY, Have for Sale or Hire THE "OSBORNE" Reaper & Twine Binider. This machine in its new forme ;:as introduced by us last season, and "achieved 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 fertile a source of annoyanceance and loss. For the conning season, the elevating canvases are en larged, a new style of reel applied, and many oilier valuable improvements intro duced. Result of field trial at Lancefield, aInuary, 1884, in a tall, heavy crop of a heat, somiewhat green, and with a good deal of undergrowth :-Osborne, first, with 116.5 points; M'Cormick, 105i.5 Hornsby, 102.75; Johnston, 100.25 S?amuelson, 88.75. Our Improved Steam T...

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Moglonemby Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 4 September 1885

. By " INCOG.'. Like nearly everyone else, I went. to the Violet Town ploughing match, and though I witnessed with interest the pro gross of the work performed by tim various competitors, yet, in coummon with many practical .ploughlmen, I was somewhat taken hack when the prize list was read out. This, however, is not the first sur prise I have muet with, and I dare say I shall survive it, but perhaps the constitu tion of every one is not so well adapted to withstand a surprise as nmino is. " Apart fronm this, however, though not much of a prophet, 1 hereby prognosticate that after Thursday's match, -Violet lown ploughing match will 'sink into one of insignilicance, unless judges arc appointed for the single-furrow work by an outside power, in the same way as those for the doutble-furrow work. Without wishing to say anytling of a: disparaging nature of the judges or their judging, I don't hosiLt-te to say that there would be greater satisfaction felt amongst ploughmecn and onlookers ...

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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 4 September 1885

TO T'E EDITOR.. Si:h,--What\ er ci ay be tile distin?uish -ing traits in the farmers cliharcter, cer tainly liberadity is not one of them. The Euro, Agricultural and Pastoral Society wa: conceived lnd initiated solely in their interest and behalf. The committee made themselves li:slile to the extent of over £St)0 ; a s??icndid ,round has been closely fenced, and yards, pens, etc., equal to anything in tihe North-Eaistern district are being erected. A prog'anull is framed, giving prizes to the amount of £t00. Indeed, ?aothing has been overlooked which would render the show other than a great success. But how have the far tuers responded in contributions? Why the whole shire has subscribed the beggarly sum of about £170. It is said that '" (od hielps'those who help themselves"; if this be so, Providence must not he exercised in the north riling, where the nmagificent amlomlt of £:5 has boeen dolated by 500 selectors. One would have sup posed that under such dcpressing and discouragng ...

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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 4 September 1885

TO THIE EDlr'OR. Srrm,-Faint echoes have reached cme of i: terrible coimmntion, excited by the few words I'iUttired in movinn c vote of thanlks t.o the ladi s man gentlemen who coin tributed to the entertainment in connexioni with the Young Mien's Mutual fluprotve :mnet Association, oc, Monday night. Although I regarded the affair as a storm in a tea-.ot, vet. as ily rmIiacrlrks were intienionally ildeliniter and were possibly neisunderstood, owing to interruptions, .1 would wish. with your permission, to -remollle any wron imupressionl as to what I me:ant. I said I did not k hink that 'comice songs were in keepingi.i wit.h the ,object of the Asdociatiin nilder swhose _-rT?!? ;,?f. toe? , u:a hu-. o ? i rithl the :lad ] used the ternms'"'ls coaric" or " music hail" songs, I woutld h]ire better, thought nut so uiildly, expl-esed what I intendcd io convet. I dtirell to avoid being persoa:rd or ofi nsive, and nly in tended to cionvy a Oenri:d lint which might Ihe take- for the futlre. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 4 September 1885

TO 'PRAIVELT this senson in Erren and surronrling districts. the Well-known 'lI.ledanle Colt IIGHLA NDER Sire. Klniiht of the Thiitle. imp., gra-d cirs. Thew's. Plinee of Wales, ((73~. g.g. site General (322), g.rr.. sire Sir W.alter Scott (7!17), F.g.gr.g. sire Old Clyde (574). g.g.g...- sr'e ,cotsnnn (747,) Krightt of the T histle. dnm 'lThistledown, sire Lofty (155) g. sire armner's Fancy, 2S, Fg.g. Fire Clyde, aliat fltnneer, 153, g.g g. sire Broom iceld Chamnlpion i. . .g.g.g sire Glancer 2nd 37,g ggge sire lanncerlst.3,f .gagggp g sire Thompson's Glancer, 336, Highland er idam, Las O' owrie. sire C!ampion of Scot Illd, imp, 207, g sire Lord T)eby, 4S4, g g -ire Lochend Cihampion, 44S, g g she. rinrce. 603. g g g g sire Clyde. S50. egg g g sire Broomfiehll Cl ampion, 95. Lass t) "Cowrie a'nm Jean site ` riBenJamin. I 03, c sire len Loiond,imp. 104, g g sire Prince Albr-'.12511. tliglihlndter is a beautiful dapple brr wn, and is acknowledged by comp etent judgc? to e e one of th...

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A Day with the Wild Pigs. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 11 September 1885

A Day writs tile W'fish iPigs. Having received reliable infornia'ti n that a drove of wild piigs was seen in our immediate vicinity, we formed a party to try and effect the capture of soime of them, and being tolerably successful, I, record the thrillifig incidents relating to their capture. About eight o'clock on the ap pointed morning, we assembled !at the place of meeting to receive instructions and mode of' procedure, etc., as great caution and systametic working was necessary, or our attempt would be furtile. We had no hope of seeing pigs until we had passed what is known as Mount Look out, the highest peak in this locality, so no restriction as to silence was enforced we could comment upon the beauty of the surroundings under the influence of the most' exhilarating sunshine. A mingled sensation of cheerfulness and enthusiasm pervaded our minds, enthusiastic. of the bright morning, with the sun peeping through the dense undergrowth, and throwing its morning light upon tihe flow...

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DAIRY PRODUCE. Wednesday, September 0. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 11 September 1885

' Wednesday, Septenber 0. .Messrs McKay and.lacDonald rcport= Clicese : Prime lipes, 8d to 8Ad ; medium to good, 6hd "to .7d ; bther lots, from 4d up wards, according to quality. Potted butter: Prime-new, 'from 'Is 41 to :.S.l'd; shippers are operating at'Is 3d to is 4d ; fresh'butter direct from the dairies, from Is Gd to ls'7Td per lb, several well known dairies bringing up to s 5d ; medium to good, is 4d to is 5d; collectors' lots out of condition, up to Is 3d per lb ;,good lump butter brought as high as is 5d per lb. Eggs : Guaranteed lines up to lid. Bacon ; Town cured hams, 8d to 9d; sides, 3d to'7d 7per lb. Honey at 3id per lb; Beeswax, at Sh?.to 10i'

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A CRY IN THE NIGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 11 September 1885

A CRY IN THE NIGHT. "Oh, eartli, earth, earth, rionitous and rebellious eathl, nld and cruel, thoe living eart~li in form of human flesh and blood, ledil wiling captive;.guided, animated, iand controlled by _the murderous, lustful, ernal mind of mian; a scourgeand a deso Intion ! I am filled witlh astonishmelit and horror, for evil are my thoughts, :and wickedness my iWays ; I have no under standing; all my perceptions are blind, and all my doiigs are hateful; they bring grief and 'division where joy anlld unity slRioEd e. Let muy prayer in earnest be that Thou, OLord, wilt delivcr me, de liver me from myself, that I liuay have no thought, no desire, but to say, " Thy will be done," and may I hunger ever to leave all, even hope, to Thee."

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CORRESPONDENCE. WHAT IS THE TRUTH TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 11 September 1885

WBAT IS THE TRUTH - TO TiIE EDITOR. SIR,-On wculd think the confusion into which the Christian Church has fallen would long ere now have shown its sup porters that it is founded upon man, and not upon God. The various and conftlict ing views held by the many sects, prove thalt the spirit which animates them is not the spirit of co:Lcord and peace, but of dis order and contradiction. This is shown by the claim which all make that it is the HToly Spirit who guides and directs them, and is the source of their inspiration. A superlicial consideration of a few of the leading points of the christian beliefs will mnake the truth of these remarks apparent. First, as to the sects themselves. The Romish Church claims that it alone is the true and infallible church, founded by the apostles. The Greek Church denies this, and asserts tlhat it is the true church. The IReformied, or Protestant churches, reject both, and by many of them are regarded as the Antichrist, and that in the Pro testant Ch...

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Crumbs. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 11 September 1885

aq ri y an 'i nnb?, a -The larquo Rockhanmpton took fire and wa.s 'blown up by dyitnnite whilst dis chargin, cargo at Kiilsbrly on Saturday. The crew escapecd. A Lan named Carter jumped from a train wlile in teption in Sydleyand lighted wrong side up. le wou:t jump from another. Mr Dion loucicault was married on Wed nesday morninlg at the registrar ,eneral's office, Sydney, to Miss Tlhorndylee, the actress.

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Euroa Police Court. Thursday, 10th Sept, 1885. (Before Mr Wyatt P.M.) TRUANCY CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 11 September 1885

-4.-- -~IIC~i ·PIL I'UC Thlursday, 10th Sept, 1S&.. (Becforo Mr Wyatt P.M.) . ":"' N- 'TJAC?" CASES. TiThe following persons were fined at the instance of the truancy oflicer, Mr MccNec, for not sending their children to school the number of days required by the Act: Mrii olan, is ; WR.' Welsh, 2s 6d." and 23 Gd costs; M. Simmons, 7s .Gd, and 2s (id costs. The cherge against -a second child .aws .dismissed, the mother producing a docto's certificate. S. Stephons was fimed .2s Ud, aiid s.Gd costs;for two children. DEBT CASES. One case was struck out, eummnons pIot being nerved. ' Two wre settlel beforp the court: '1.O, Sutherland v A. Oats : goods; get of hriness, £5. Order for amount, with £1 83 costs. Mr Turner for the plaintiff. S IlATE .APPEALS. .John' Chanter v Shire of Euroa, on the ground of ounfairness. :Struck: out; no appearance of the defendanti - . " OG.l Sutherlanid" iSliir .of Euros ?on groufnds ?of' :-uinfairness,'. Ratet reducgd froiii'£320 ti £300 per annum.l...

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Karramomus. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 11 September 1885

: a--urrnljonaus, , (rsox oovaows cone? sPOrDEoFr.) So much has been said on the favorable .ppearance.of. :thee crops,- and} state of things in general;:, by the neighboring correspondelits, that there is nothing left for me, .but to endorse their remarks. However, a good fall of ihin is now much needed to thoroughly saturate the ground before the dry weather sets. The late 'genial weather has been effectual iu bring ing to light objectionable visitors, other than mosquitoes. Tommy Lewis killed a black snake. a few days ago, and, by Jove i! it was a big'un, five feet six inchea iong and nearly as thick as a ulan's wrist. Unfortunately no pat wiorta?i exarlina tion irs held or some iiorse startling facts oaight have been revealed. Such reptiles are justly 'regprded' by most people ai noxious annuals,' and, serving, no. useful purpose , but it' cannot be denied that, so long as they keep, at a respectable dis tance, they can be made use of, ly ambi tious, correspondents. It is to be h...

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Moglenemby Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 11 September 1885

IY ogrInen byv Jottings. - B• y "I:NCOQ." There seeims to be a dearth of `news just now in this locality; the only topic of,i.terest bpiog ?the forthcoming concert. An elaborate progranune has been pre pared,; and a nunhber of Eurof 's best vocalists, in addition, to. Baldmattum's ablest representatives, as well i as the ,creaun of our local talent, will dispense it. The chair will be occupied by Mr1r W. Neelands, and when to this is added the. fact that The concert is to be followed 'by a dpnce, no further inducellents need be held ouit to itttract a large attendance: As the building is rather limited in size, au early attendance will be. necessary to secure accommodationu. By advertise ment it will be seen thatli e concert conm niences at half past seven.. - ': The beautifully warm sunshine. is exer? cising a powierful infiience over the crops of the district, and the effects of the late frosts will soon" lhihe disap1ieared altogether. 'Iaiin iwovbuld be welcome even now, but a.fe...

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