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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 18 September 1885

NATIIAN IS1? AEL, tai7Sirdrc-t e -er & Toibatconist RA.rwAY ST REE", Lest Amnrican Brands of Tobacco Genuine HLavauna Cigars kept in stock. SHA.MII0iNG DONE. Pipes Mounted and Repaired. •:';: I\ATIIA±N I Il? L',? ' NEW 1P'UBLIC IL.LL. Euo. ...... BEGS to inform the residento of this town and surrounding districts, that he is prepared to undertake all kinds of Jewellery Work : - WATrEIetS_ and CLOCKs repaired and cleaned,, IMain Springs, Hands, and Glasses. Brooches, Rings, Chains, &c. &c., inended at the Lowacr SBELBOURcE PRICES. A ?competent :vbrl?ian;enigged. Hospital for sick pipes. W . .= .L. .- Painter aiidPaperliahger. ~.. Coach Painter &t ri^ n W'riter ANDERSON STREET, BUROA. W. W. ROBERTSON, IBriclildayer .iand? Plasterer, (CLESIENT'S REST.IUIRrT) RAILWAY STREET, EUROA : : All country orders,. Lby ose or otherwise, " will receive' imnsmdihte attention. All work done at Reasonable Prices LICENSE DF: OA.RIER3;E UROA SLL OQi ,iEiRS:;left with Mr ...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Balmattum. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 18 September 1885

S I almattum. Our annual picnic came off on the date stated, and, taking "everything into con sideration, was decidedly a success, for by one o'clock there could not have been less thani 150 'present, including young and old. 1 think never on any previous oc casion was the clerk of the weather prayed to more earnestly, especially by the youngsters. As the day wore-on, their excitement became intense, and all thoughts of postponement had to be given up by the committee, .and in a very, short time the ground: presented quite a lively appearance.. First on the programme was a football match ; sides being selected, and captains chosen, the leather wa+ soon sent spinning along the grassy sod,.buit our boys showed poor play, being young a't tile work perhaps accounts for it. At the conclusion of the game, the sound of a bell was heard. Ir was rather at a loss to 'know the meaning, but my young friends understood the signal. Following in the rear, I soon came upon the scene of ,action. Arr...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AVENEL. A GALLANT RESCUE. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 18 September 1885

FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT     A GALLANT RESCUE. The heavy rain of Friday night, con- tinuing all through Saturday and Sunday   morning, caused a very heavy flood in Hughes' Creek on Sunday afternoon. The   creek, ordinarily a steady stream, being turned into a rushing, roaring torrent,   fully a quarter of a mile wide, and nearly in the middle, on a log in which he had camped for the past few weeks, was a man named Phillips, who earned a precarious   living by doing such odd jobs as he was able to, being an old and weakly   man. Some of the residents in the   neighbourhood endeavoured to induce him   to get into a place of safety early in the   morning, but he simply jeered at them,   and could not be induced to move, and in the afternoon (the creek having risen con- siderably in the meantime) threatened to overflow the immense log he was si...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Balmattum. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 25 September 1885

UBssiattum.' (FROM OUR oW'N CORRESPONDENT.) The Euroa show is already 'attracting attention. >In flowers and, fancy work, I hear of somen who ihtend .comlpieting, and, judging byappearances, will take no ean stand ; but as for farhi ind'dairy produce, fat stock, etc, we are'all thrown outoLit. The committee ihavin 'thodtilit fit to have such large quantitiesi means debarring the small farmiar froni competi-i? :. The idea of is farieriha1viig t takethrl?ee bags?of grain is simply absurd, dairy produce'thli sare.,, and never at' aiyay'slshow in tlihe colony is.it compulsoiy 'toi onter iiore .tliaiii two ilead-of, f.t stock.:. Had the- committee followed the rules 'of seine ?of the: oldie, societies,. they would-have given more sitiAfaction ;,'as it is they?will-flnd:t hat failure will attend ninany oft tlihe cilasses As an old farmer said to nie the othei day; ,They ha?re uridertake a is ork the kiiow very littleabouti . ; " .-Now that.the cricketingseason is about' commenxinj, I w...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Entertainment at Moglonemby. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 25 September 1885

Entertainment sat Xoglo - n: nerby. The accustomed proioundo serenity of the parish? with the euphonious, !butto' the: stranger unpronounceable, name, MIoglonemby, has- been- somewhat., " turbed of late, owing to' the preparatiohns' which were made to ensure .the success of that bright gleam iii the lives ofcountry lads and lasses, a conceit tid a idae. On Wednesday afternoon anr unaccustomed animation was observable within tie prof uincts of then State school, .arid, towards evening, visitors began to pour in fromii every diiection, marny of those coming from a distance being at once taken uiider the protecting wing of the head master, and escorted to his residence, where Mrs Godden bhad asuerptuous repast prepared. Choice viands- and . perfect-cookery com-. bined to render the operation?of " taking the edge off the appetite' one of extreme pleasure, aid it must hbave been some re ward to the fair prodmotes' of the feast to witness the unfeigned-zest and enjoyment of the guests. .R...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CORRESPONDENCE. THE NORTH RIDING FARMERS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 25 September 1885

'.,,c@incairE o IYDE jC2E*l.' '. THE NORTH RIDING .FARMERS.' TO E ' DITOR. I Se-,a-I would not hasro troubled this I Llati? tnreplying-tfoa letter' publishedL i'i - your .valiable"pafier, re"'; The"'bgg'arly' - North Riding fiarmeirs, 'ir' re it not for r tIe fact that I have .heard that the com niittee of the Agricultural Socity of Euroa are causing a canvass to be made of .i theoJ.orth-;.rRiding .'fo.Trfubscriptioni', i towards the funds of the coming show. 1 thlink,.sir,,the person.who wrote such, an effusioin cane. know; ;ut little of, tlh psi tin o'r people/,of tlhitridini, for while'thl [Cecntr.al "and SoitliRidii I b's i??a boun ildry at Euroa, where most of the active anrd canvassing members-of the committee rdside, there u no portion of the North Riding, within ,mnayiniles,, and .conse-, |quently 'the peopldo" .iot'g~oo 0Euroa "so' often, and have not dcih"iisked to sub sribe. It must also be remembered that althlugh~welie' wiiitiinthlie Shiirof Eilro6a aigreat portion of"o...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LOCAL MARKETS [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 25 September 1885

LOCAL-.MARKETS r' .C. L Dciios reports pite locally as follows.- Fresh l'btteir ?.l Eggs 8$l Fowls, 2s tc 3s per pair. ' )Dihcks 3s per pair.:, . Turkeys 4s to 8s per pair. Sheepskins 3d to 4-d. Hidcs 2d to 2'ld Kangaroo skinsi 9d to is. Id. W\V?llabhy Gl; to 7d' " Oppossum 2e Gd to'4s Gd. Bear 2s Gd lMessrs J. L lHaniinrr . andCo.,,reo port Prime cask, butter, Sd ; print butter, prime, 8d t 9d; .,eggs, 8d; honeyr. d fo 3 pier h.;lpigs 3dto4Ad iarke1ys 5S to 10s per fpair; fowls, 2s to :3ii Bducks, 3s'to 46 Gd; oppossl i :skins, 2s Gd to Gs- Messrs Gordon Bros. furnish the follow ingreport.of their prices:-; r-- ;. F'esi Butter.(priiue) 9d .` 'E Sd. $ - :Fowls 2s to 3s. Ducks 3s to 4s... Turkeys 51d per'lb. •Carcase Pork 3d to 4d. : -Sheepskins3d to4d. - lidesa 2d to 'd. -: . - ,; MIr Gall reIorts prices current as follows : Hay Chaff us. :Straw do? s. 5 , " Bran is 2d. Pollard Is 2d. Oats 3s.Gd.- ,-- ~-?, ' ý'ifik?e 'is` Gd. -do. seed variouse *t It. H. Graham reports prices', for ...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 25 September 1885

O UND, In Euroa, aSUM of MONEY. to Owner can have same by applying to W·Vuraax Sw uYsu-Railway street. .... - 'i?__ -:-'-_---?_- "- . Wanted. : :' j ANTED-SecondhandSpri Cart .!!ý l r-Waggonettes,: Spring Drayi,7 Ti1 Drays, Harness.:.: = i , n: ::y. , . C. L.,DaBOOS r, . I :. '." "' ""Esir. .'E a.['a; i 1ANTED COMPETENT PERSON to MAKE 25,000 BRICKS; wood, grass, water, hut, and part. tools sipplied. Apply to M?. L. Nicor.so6;, Longwood. I. J'ANTED PUPILS for o-FANCY , WORK. L.: &' E? ...Fon, Kik= lanid stret, Eiroa. Ter-m's, £1 s 'crj quarter. . T ANTED.GENERAL SERVANTS - OOKS and LAUNDRESSES lanid . FOiixDs Registry Olice, Kirki land street Euro. EhE have agood openng' . for.. " I-. . I?telligent LAD, to learn a: good Trade: Wages;, 7s-Gd per week for the first'year. L. and4 Ev FoRDn's' Registr?y Office, ;Kirkland street; 'Eurifa: ý ANTED' Ea e iciiced'- Goi, ral' ' .V'` SERVANT..:' Wages 15?: Town shirp.' L and . ...I. F S `Registry: Officei Euroa, W ANTED.- Young GIRL, to...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Gazette Notices. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 25 September 1885

G azette A otices. Application for -License approved: Samuel Bryan, la-3ri-Shadforthl ) " r Transfers registered:--Walter Dans' to Peter "Roach,' 244a:3r '39p, Goivangardio; Maria Roach and Sarah Roach to R. B. Worthington, 49a 3r 35p, Warrenhayne; Olivh Lang'to Willia idLaig, 4na'0r-29,' Branjco. . . , .';. ". Applications for Leases Approved: Joseph Knight, Borodomanin;: 99a v3rj7p; George Gordon,. Wills, ,.320a; Patrick McGarry, Bohoib 150a: William Gibbs, MaTrrawueney, 76a Or 25p; Geo.,J. Sander son, Balmattii,0-98ai i.Or'.::9p ; John fMConnel, ..Vondoomarook, G9a 3r-39v_, Danlel; Cr,osbie, -S3triitliboie, 319 a 3r 23p; ames Walker, Strdthkogie, 319a 3r 2Gp"; Bridget -Kennedy, .Molka, ,99a,, 333p.; J. H. Sharp, Monea North, 120aOr 19p. The vital statistics1 of 'Loidon show a tearful mortality among insured infants. The-books of-the insurance companies show that the death rate among Jnfants who-ari insured is much greater than the general de?ith rate:for the same ages as- -piibli...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Curious Epitaphs. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 25 September 1885

Curious Epitaphs. The following epitaphs are copied from tombstones of various churchyards:-   Here lies the dust of Margaret Gywn Who was so very pure within, That she chipped the shell of her earthly skin   And hatched herself a cherubim. (Cambridge.)         Franklin's epitaph for his own tombstone: -The body of Benjamin Franklin, printer, like the cover of an old book its contents torn out and stripped of its lettering and gilding, lies here-food for worms. Yet the work itself shall not be lost, for it will, as he believed, appear once more in a new and beautiful edition; corrected and amended by the Author.   Here lies the body-of- Lady O'Loomy, greatniece of Burke, commonly called the sublime.'' 'She was bland, passionate, and deeply religious, also she painted in water colors and sent several pictures to the exhi bition. She was first cousin to Lady Jones, and of such is the Kingdom Hea...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Shepparton Agricultural show [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 25 September 1885

M.lihppiirton. `,gricultural *he eighth annual-show of the abovo society tiasheld on Tuefidy and Wedrids day last, undermost unfavorable auspices as regards thle weaitlhr.' 'B?otlir dys were vct, cold, and nisiaiable,Yniaid the yards were in a dreadfully muddy state. The Attendance' ?as;i as arconrsequenco,: cbn-l siderably interfered with.' ~!'Thei exhibits. woeroe ,numerous ,t' iad Jtlie coinp'etition kleen, especially among the draight-horse: stock. The following-are the principal pri.e-takersh :-- r - - Draught =Horses-Stallion, any a-ge,Tsim ported or colonial, D. and J. Ewart'se ridet of Clyde, -hurchison, 1-; --D. anL J. Ewart's Victor's Chief, 2;: S.: Parkin's Young Pride if Clyde, 3.' Colonial bred Stallion, W. McLareii, Kialla West;,'li lak.'iMdLejhi, Karrauiomus, .2; Three year old Colt,, W. Stewart; Baulkamangh, 1'; D. 'Trirclihson, Slarungi, 2. Two-year-old Colt,; W. Nelson, Drumanure,l ;. J3 Clampett.,Murchison- 2 Yearling Colt, Dun liBrotihers, .Tatur, Il WIIaLsheni 2...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 25 September 1885

JONHNSTON.-On the 19th September, at, the residence of his parents, Faithful's Creek, Euroa, Albert Henry,third son of William and Ellen Johnston, of bron- chitis. Aged 9 months.      

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, 25th SEPTEMBER, 1885. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 25 September 1885

I __ f tst -Z?I?aA .?{ rUnLInHEDt EVERY, ILIDAYpeo sL2 o - r "Let all the enuls thou aim'stca&`?ethU) Country's, Thy God's, awl n At last! The residents of Violet Town have been watching and waiting weary months for the erection of the long pro mised Mechanics' Institute, the absence of which is justly considered to be a standing commentary on the want of   energy and enterprise in the town.   Initiated long since, the carrying out of the project was entrusted to a committee of leading gentlemen, the site was selected donated by the Euroa Shire Council, and private and public subscriptions were duly. received and there the matter stopped. Subsequently a similar movement was taken in hand at Longwood,where owing to the enthusiasm of the promoters, a   splendid brick edifice sprang up like magic, at once an ornament and credit to the township. That which can successfully be accomplished Longwood, can surely be followed in Violet Town, and...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Balmattum Presbyterian Church. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 25 September 1885

"..lin.tt?. im 'Prcs,Wb"terl un' . ,lChurch. The "anmnversary of the abi ove church, was celebrated on Wednesday-. evening; last;, b ! tlie- customary te:- and' liuibl meeting. Th'le ,weather,: unfortunately,1 was the reverse of pleasant, and up to ai late hour rain fell, accompaniied by a ?6olW piercing wind, which effictually pfovented the attendance of friends from a distance. Towards thelhour for 'comihencing, "thei clouds lifted, and allowed -of. outdoor: triiffc, although the approlchets to the church were in a very uninviting condition. Notwithstanding these drawbacks,,a large 'linmber of the residents attended, and enjoyed an agreeable evening's entertain anent. The little building was tastefully: 'decorated along the walls with verdant wreaths, effectively ; relieved by ,floral or namiientation, while above the platform 'hung, a crescent-shaped device. . The dlecorations were the outcome of thelabor of Mesdames Clement and Gordon, ably -assisted by several, members of: thei...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Moglonemby Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 25 September 1885

Mogl'enemnb.y Jottiu ts;a ; * By " INCOG." SOwinS to the inclemency ofrthe weather on Friday, 11th inst, tle imeeting ofithe Tainmleugh, Karraimnonius, ,'and Moglo hemby Railway League lapsed, bit another d itoewill be-fixed' when a large attendaiice is desired . J''h J -('; .if.. ' ,Everyb'ody is o aelihltedd sl'every body seems to know:all about it,soitlhere is no necessity for' meto say that we have had a purty rain duiWg the lasttfew;days. §plendia weather for c6rn', aye a nicoDr also. Softyou kniow. L * i .. . V I I am'glad tlherj are no " snaix' here, for their own sakes "-for. not even a 5ift speciuen could well escaped arowning just now:?'Sd nmWt 'iiibe 1]/.i 3 .'; : '; - i , ,' SNow that ithe proigrainmmier prize list for the forthcoming.show is out, public criticism,is rifeaupoanit. r-pollthe.hole, it cannot be doubted' thiat the committee deserveito lbe':c6ngrat'ulate'd'fob'i~tlid" ld miirable manner in which the whole con dern has been carried ut up to the present time, ...

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The Onward Mine. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 25 September 1885

The Onward t Kine. kThe following is the report of Mr W. Vawdrey, to be laid before the meet ing calledfor. Monday next, st Lane's Hotel, Violet Town, to consider the ad visability of ,taking steps to :recommence mininig operations --. T-a request of a large. number of gentle nicn ofthis district,;I visited the alsbiidondd works of the late-Onward Gold ~Iining Company,r?'ndinspected the samne. The Onward :Mine is situated, on ith slope of one of the numerous hills, and on portion of the land reserved for miningat Gowan gardie.. The company sahk ' shaft on the course of thle lode- about 150 feet, and ex tenddd diives iiortl ind south. The lode cropped; out at the surface; and iniireased in size from 10 inches to 2' feet in thick ness; from the stopes between the 100 feet level and surface,_the.quartz is of fair quality, varying from one to two ounces per ton, and dxtending from 30 to 35 feet 4both north and south of the shaft... Below the 100 feet level the only wbrk don' is the sink...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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A SECRET. TRANSLATED FROM THE FRENCH. CONTINUED. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 25 September 1885

,-t *A WECIE i w * 'j(2sAE isDaFD nPROsa.THE ""'5 3 Oý T+ a 1O, .- .l ",-.,, x eje first months of minatrnony passed ~ery'happily, but, it must be said, that ii the midst of the pleasuire he experienced in the society of the beloved. athalie, shining 'in the glory of her youth and loveliness, thie' captain seemed sometimes iill at easo, with knitted brows and a cer ;tain n'rrest in his eyes. But these mo ":?sits of gloom did not last, and passed like: shadows, without leaving a trace,: so Ithat the young wife herself hardly per -ceived them; but, at length, they becamne more -frequent and lasting, "and at last -caused Nathalie to enquire their cause. `-Theroe is nothing the -'matter" 'he oud y, "whaould say, 'lmat should there be ?" " Why, dear, I don't know,"' hisI wife onmld reply, '-but I have often noticed t~hat something was wrong--If .I: have 'offended you, tell mno how, and I will be mnore careful for the future." The cap tain on such occasions would kiss his wife, -and tell ...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Benalia County Court. Thursday, September 24. (Before His Honor Judge Casey.) JURY CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 25 September 1885

1enalsa (~ounty Court. (Before HisHonor JudgeoCasey.) J:URY CASES. Brown v Euroa Shire-i njuries c.itused by obstructionin public street--£50. MHr. O'Leai?y appea?red foithA le aintiff, and iMrt Gaunson for the defeindaits. Thos. Brown stated he was a blacksmith, residing in Violet:T6wni lT6 remembered the night of the 11th July last, when he was in Cowslip .street.,-rio rleft: rLane's hotel ito! go to the "post .ollice. Cowslip street is the principal street in Violet Town, and the main road to Tanleugh aiid-Shipparton. It was very dark on thoeniglht iin-question;: -eo crossed ther stroeet, and near. the. footpath. 'fll` over. somo timber that had been used in usaking the footpath. : There was a hepi of siwn timber about 2ft Gin in height, and about. 15ft'in'length." 'He fell on this,-ahd caiilto down on his right arm and chest. , He fell down :so that h'e'was rendei-ed'ilihosE in sensible. , When - li was, sufficiently re-. coverod he went iitn Bond's draiery shop and maade a comp...

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Commercial. MELBOURNE MARKETS. Wednesday, September 23. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 25 September 1885

, t %i8 E oolsnnere aIt 7dELBQ?RNE .. MARKETS. ;d?" . Wednesday, September 23. Fat Sheep.-About 17,700 t 'ere pnned. The d aminaidl: brisk fori best lots,-shicli sold readily at fitures-slightly higher than tlhoso ruling. lnst .,weokýwhliilei middling and inferior descriptions were fiLrmer, and 'prices for such had an upward tendency. -Best crossbred woathers sold at fronm 1s to 17a Gd;. good do, fromn 14s Gd to?15s Gd; second do,fronm 12s Gd to 13s Gd inferior, fronm:l0s; best merino wethelrs? froih 14s fto 15s; good do, frinl?12s Gd to 13s Gd ; second do, froni 10s to ll1 ; hiferiir, fromi ;s. -Fat-Lamibs.-About 5,300 woere yarded- Sales wrere brisk, and the pricees realiscd show a marked .niprovemient, obi those ruling last week. Prime sold at from Os •Gd'.to lls; extra to 12s; good, froimii 7s.Gd to 8s d ; second, from Gs to 7s imnferior, ront 4s..

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 25 September 1885

PAPER BAGS, STEA .APERS, STATIONERY, &c: TRY. .THE :. "A DVERTISXR' " Office. DAYID" JMUIRO & CO., 154 QUEEN ST., MELBOURNE.. ENGINEERS, BOILERMAKERS, And Manufacturers and Importers of, MA:CHINERY, Have for Sale or Hire ? THE "OSBORNE" Reaper & Twine Binder. This machine in its new form was introduced by us last season, and achieved a wonderful suecess. The knot ting mechanism is so simple and strong that andyone can understand and manage it, and it has no liability to miss knots, which .i hitherto'been so fertile asource ofanioyance anid loss. For the comining season;'the" elevating canvases are en larged, . new. stylG of reel 'applied, mnid m-any othervaluable improveiments intro duced Result of.. field, trial at Lancefield, -anuary,,,1884,rins'a tall, heavy crop of cheat,:aomewhat green, and with a good deal of;: undergrowth :-Osborne, . first, with 116.5 points; M'Cormick, 106.5; Hornsbhy, 102.75; Johnston, 100.25; Samuelson, 88.75. Our Improved Steam Th...

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