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The Advertiser "Let all the ends thou aim'st at be thy Country's, Thy God's, and Truth's.' FRIDAY, 2nd OCTOBER, 1885. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 2 October 1885

"Iet all the ends thou aimast cit be thy Country's,t. .: ' . l'hy God's, and Tncth's.' PFRIDAzY,"2n 1 OCTOBER, -'885. THE autonomy:of Bilgaria is 'rot'in' example. of perfect success in'introduc ing the hand of reform among a people long opresesd d by Oiiental despotism;v butt 'iilicient contrast 'is-- preseted between the present- and former state of government to'.engendeir discnntent in the bordering territories. This is a natural ,explanation? of the treasons :which .may~ ave urged the, people of Eastern Rounmehalito revolt aganst loinger suhjection to the Turkish yoke. nnd:to'desiire a?nexation to a State dithat has made some:.slightprogress towards prosp,.rity since it was .delivered- from a siinilar bondage... Notwithstanding the.severe. lssons of the past, Asa:tic indolence continues at' Coiistantiiiople as iziiicrable as ever, aid thlie only sign of vitiditypereeptible at. the Court of the Sultan is a restlessness iuhder fotlign dictatieon,and the oppiessini of the Christia...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EUROA POST OFFICE. Departure of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 2 October 1885

MAILS closii'at 1Eiiiku Post Office as follows:- . For Gooinam, Mertorr, Dddnn Main dample, atict Mansfield at 11 a.n. daily, Sundays dxcdplad. For Jamieson,lTife.A&iy,('Thursdays, arid atuirdays, at 11 a.m. F. 0le.poll Miepoll South osoag), Sant. ranlit6iUdi Soutlh Mondays, Wed ncsdays and Fridaysi aht flta~z 7For Sleari''Creek looeba), Strath. bogie; -and Strathbogio -.Yest (loose bag). on Wctinesdays and Saturdays, at 11-a.in. For Balmattunt, Mfondays, Wednes das, and Fridays'-at-lla.nl. Riggs' Creek- Tuesdays and Fridays, at 11.30 a.m. For Melbourne up and down train, daily at 9.40 a.m For Melbourine up and dow*n trainzs Idaily, at 5.30p.mi,;..j I'

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 2 October 1885

FOROR PEER BAGS, SSTAIONERY, &c., S :. TRT THE . "'AVE. TISR." Office. 154 (, m Ni r ,;M: j ): LlOtN:;: I , ENGINEERS, 130ILERMAKE?ES , Anad laiufacturess and Importers .io MACHINERY ) "bave for Sale or Hire 'Binider". " 'ls nachiii in" its new: form 'was introduced by us last season5 anid achieved a wonderful eecess Thei. knot 'ting inechanism is so simple ad-strong Sf thatanyone can understand.and amanage z it, andit has no liability to n?mss.lkiots; is i'hiehhas hitherto been so.fertile aseurce of annoyance and loss. For the: coning aseason, -the elevating: canvases are en larged, a new style ,of reel applied,t and' 'manyr other valuable improvements intro dared. Resuilt . of e field trial t Lancefield, anuar' 1884,. in a tall, hleavy' crop of hai?t, 'somewhat green, and with a grood deal ':bf undergroth?:--Osborne, hrst, 'with :>16.5 points 'M'Cormick, .106.5' Hornshy,;., 102:75 ; Johnstoni, 100:25 , Eamuelson, 88.75. .. Our.Impioved Steam Threshing Plants, ar eprssly...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Arrival of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 2 October 1885

Arrissal of Msuil. MAILS arrive at the Euro? Post Oflico;as follows:- 4 1 'i T From Gooram, ?orton,_Doon, Main dawnplieand.Mansfield( at 5 0 pndits SUn From Janiesonf Mondays,"W, dnesdays and Fridalys, at 5.20 pn Soh I 'Fiom ,MiejoUl;"Mioploll South, KMc ramlomis' South,;' on 3?ndays;!,?W?dnes days, andFridays; at9 a:int 'Rigs1. Crek;1. Tue¶sdays 'aindu Fridays, SFro'in She's Cieek, Strsthbo? o, and Strathbogie West i61,nWediilActe ys and Satilrday~, at 5.30 psut. From dijmsattumn, ;Mondays;,)vednes days. at i p.:?.atn(l T1 J< I1lelblornie uip ana down ramn, l. 10.17 a u., IMelb urne UP train, daily at 7 p.m. SDonA iin daily-ati.-15 p.n.

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Miepoll and Branjee Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 2 October 1885

MilpII: and Brianj e Notea.; g- BY OLIVRER DAY. A Irehshablobreak has taken place in thCiweather, 'iand farmers iii this district are turnhig their attention' towards the coining lycir,ainid- the plough. is-now in activfe service. Tlhe CastleC reek. has flooded over a great portion of tlie'laud, it being hlghher:tlifm ihas blen known for the last ten years. I Miss Prosser, who for:some time has been teacher.in the Branjee State school, No. 2685, has been removed to Ruther glen,.wheroeshe is followed,iwith the best wishe dof scholars; parenlts, and a large ilumber of personal. friends, on whom her affable disposition has made a favourable 'and lasting iunpression. The wishes are tllat in lherinew sphere of labour the young lady ?ill.be,.iafforded. additioiianl facilities fin the oiercisie of the. niaiiy natural abilities' of which she is the possessor. Mr Dawson takes Miss Prosser's place. IBad,luck:to: the ..sparrows; they made: theirapperanceliere, as your Karramonius. corresiionde...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Benalla Agriculttral Show. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 2 October 1885

I?enalla. Ag.rIEculttral tlaoow. SThe-eighth annual spring show of the Benalla gricultuarl and Pastoral Associ ation v-was held yesterday a?iid 'w'is, in every respect, a triumphant success... MThe weather was all that could be desired, and the attendanceu on the, ground -wasa the Iargest ever'witnessed1 in Beniahla,./iThe entries .?were.?r refsiarkably i hunforlus Tin almost all the sections and df' spilndid ouality, the judges,- in-many instances, being placed in a trying. position in deter uincng' the'respectivo merits of'stock,jetc. There was a large number of visitors fi m Eurca and Violet Torn, aimong'tlio former several - entlemen, who were to act as judges, Menimbors of "the Eurosa Society tookadvant:ago of.the opportunityo£f ailn nilg an insight into the working of a show, and this experience will, no doubt, have a 'Ibneficial effect at home... Tlhe exhibition i to ho continued to da'y owhn it, is, expectd thiat .tlierd' will' b'e gneral 'exodus towards i'eoilla.:-Excursion...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FOOTBALL. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 2 October 1885

'1 The ls `riturn" football, match of the season waH played between' Piruijil and the combined teams of Aviieln and Mones oi Saturday, 19th ult. L-fuifield captained the ointbinid'teai uaind H.'Roney tliu Piaujip; the lattdir:Won the toss and ddcided to kick to the south. The ball was sent rolling at 3 pi.iljf i Young and at once' carried' byRondr i up the right, where seme even? play resulted forin'many minutes. .Pranjip "'fllower inow rished tihe ball forward, where Nevett got a little mark and ."unitoed oin to :'rueman, who mlarked at a distance . of about 40 yards from goal, aud.1by, a well directed kick scored firat goal fur Pranjip. 'ie ball being lkickeildoiiff 'by:Jessioi;' wa soon returnid,' wheire the Praijip forwards gave the combined some hard'work', uitil Eaiiin got i inark' il front "of the goal; but failed; after which half time was called. The play stood-Pranjip,- 1 oal 2 behinids; Couibined, 1 behind. On play being resumed the ball was rushed:to the Pranjip end, whe...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Entertainment at Longwood. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 2 October 1885

Sntertaillin ent at L ouif wood. The Mechamic?'rnIftitt&ii 't i btilding in which the whole of the Iongwood resi-. lentsfiake a pardonabloe pride, ad 'any fllfort-haviug for its object ,the improve ment of the institute is' lways welcomed liearily and freely supported by bldtlitli old and tlih new townships.. .The conceit and ball 'on'Friday last was no. exception to this rule, I n6twithstaiaihig' I tht the' roads 'drd in a disagreeably soft condition owing ftolaliost continuous rai n the pre vious day, and ,that threatening clouds were to be seen up to the hur of coin ienchig:ti the~o'llcert. The coiiiittee hail worked like Trojans 3 to make the illair a success, an admirable proranine had been prepared, and every detail anti cipated and provided, for with'i bisihess like aptitudeihich reflected _the greatest credit upon those in whose hands. the rsirn minents' i erf' entrusted.'. ,In order to mininiise the expense, the'ladies gener ously volutiteered to supply the refresh ...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Lost in the Bush. Composed by J. H. LOREY, New York Sewing Machine Agent, Euroa. I [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 2 October 1885

`Lost I- t& U b. t Composed by- J. H. Lier, -; New' York' _ Sewing Machine Agent,'Euroa. Weary and worn, poor Clara .lay,. not far froin her friends add homie-: Lonely and sadly, day by day, waiting for death to come No friendly hand to piress my brow, no pillow she said. For three long weeks no food I've seen, I'm very'hungry now ',z . - Too weak to walk I long have been; I know n:t how; But soon in a better world I'll be, where all life's sufferings end Where 'non'reqiire to say "nomone; indine -nor friends. To Heaven she lifted up her eyes, and clasped her hands so thinu- Great God ' be merciful to me, and~ardo., all my sin. Oh ! claim, and cast me not aside, I'm, weak anid in " despair ii _" For the sake of Thy dear Son who died, oh ! Father, hear my prayer. Iv. Cold days succeeded chilly nights--old days, -*still death delays To end her flight, yet patient still she lay. She thought of her childhood's days, her. mother's gentle care,'-' ', i "'.M" Her father's love, her...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MYSTERY GOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 9 October 1885

MYSTERY GOLD. " MSTERI OoLD' is the name. given to .'a metallic compound' which ; the ingenuity and" industry of an ignoble class of modern &lchemists have suc ceeded in discovering in their search for the philosopher's stone.' A com bination of copper, platinum, and tin, covered with a coating of gilt, may be made to present such a close resem blance to -genuine gold that a know ledge of the process by which such an interesting result is obtained will no doubt rapidly develop a very profitable commercial venture. That the base qualities of this new triumph of scien tific skill are not easy of detection may be inferred from the fact that during a visit of a day or two to Brighton, a gang of London sharpers lately netted upwards of a thousand ponnds by the ignorance of pawnbrokers and others of the property of the mystery gol . For the exploits of the Cockney theat the trading circles of London super mare would not usually be pronounced a saf, or likely field of enterprise, a...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Meeting at Balmattum. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 9 October 1885

~95eetlIar sat Iialmattum. The residcnts of -ahnmattsm are deter- mined to pros tlheir claims: for a, railway siding at thatplace. A meeting was held. on Saturday last, in the old school-house, to consider further action, and: was attended by a lare' number of the' princi pal residents." HMr Thomas Dhnning was voted to the 'chair,' and after reading: the advertisement convening the meeting,. intimated that a conmmunicatfoib nhad been. received fronm the railway cmnmissioners, in which they declined to proceed with, the work, irr consequence ofsonme of the. local residents repudiating certain pro mises of assistance in connection with tlhe siding. The- chairnman explained the. action taken by the deputation- when in' Melbourne a short timle· since, and denied! that the alleged .promises sadl been made. An officer had reported favorably on the' site chosen, and he consideredi that theo excuse'put forward by the railway authori- ties was only done with the- object of. shelving thlu mat...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 9 October 1885

CORltREPO DENCE. TO TEE EDITOR. S?r,-On my way to church last Sunday, I, with many others, was nearly poisoned by having to pass through a thick stream of foul stenches carried across the road by the wind from some adjacentpiggeries. Cannot something be done to abate the nuisance? Where is the inspector ? The hot weather is close at hand, and if nothing is done in this matter, we may expect work for the undertaker shortly. Yor.rs, etc., CHURCHGOER. Violet Town, October 7th, 1885.

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Death of Mr Andrew Hamilton. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 9 October 1885

Dbeath of YMr ADnel*.uew H lamlltoln . tisour painful duty to recorditlie deathi ofanother of the pioneers of this-dlitriot,. Mr Amlrcw Hamilton. of Old Longwood,. havingr breathed his last on Monday,. tho? 5tllilnt.,. at theagw'of,67years. Deceased' was bori at Dmunkirk, Ayshire, Scotland,. in 1818j and camne out to this colony ill 1863 . H:e.proceeedLto6Balmiattnin, where: he rmnained abotit. '. year, ' whence .he removed to LongwtoolL wheir he opened a store, selling chaff,. potatoes, etc, for some time. He afterwards removedlto a larger building at the samen place, After somr time,, he. rented the: old Salutation Inn,. and remained thero'forseveral yearsi tlhe Longwood Hotel being. then occupiedlby Mr James Watt. Onm tfii death of the latter, the promises were pirchasedLby Mifr Hamilt6n, who continued iiibusiness there. up to the'. time of. his deatht. e losti& daughter (by death) shortly: after his arrival in Longwood, and his wife ii. 1880I About three'years after the ...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Commercial. LOCAL MARKETS Thursday night. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 9 October 1885

L;oCAL MARKETS .r... , Thursday night.. • lessrarZH.'Teague and Co., relprt. to~k ya'rde2- 860 headcattlc,38000 sheep, .il0 horses. *Cattle o.1?ti-in great request, and soldat an .advance of. 10s per head on 3ast montli's quetations,.notoneIheOat on the nulmber yarded beilugturned out mtasold. tW qunte: Bullocks :up to £9 1s ;. Coir • to£8 10s.' " . ' Sheep-3000 yarded, and sold at an -sdvance -on Jlate rates. .Fat wethers to ils Gd, store merino do, up to '10s 3d.; iea?ieors tf 7s 71:; -ewes with lambs to.7s Sd ; a marked .improv ement since .last anonth. i Horses-dull 'of sale. "'Iessra Slte, Ogilby and Co. report--We iheld our nusurd- monthly stock sale on 'Friday last.-the nd inst, when our yards were rtell filled with cattle ranging from -.calives to prime beef, but we are sorry to say that the last-mentioned were not in. sufficient quantity to. nieet the demiande :required. Cattle - Ahout ICO yarded. ,We placed 6 fat bullocks for Mr J. Gibson at £7 15s, 1 fat bullocks foi Gord...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Topics of the Time. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 9 October 1885

Topies of the Time. Mr W. Williams. watchmaker, pays his monthly visit to Violet Town to-day, instead of last Wednesdaly, owing to pres suse of business engagements. A seam of coal has been struck at Red cliffe, near Brisbane, at a depth of 37ft. The German authorities, with a view to discourage emigration, have forbidden the railways to carry emigrants at reduced rates. There seems every probability that the erection of Prince's Bridge, Melbourne, will at last be proceeded with. Mr R. T. Booth, the popular temperance lecturer, returned to Melbourne to pursue eis mission in Victoria, after a lengthened absence. The Earl of Shaftesbury, the eminent philanthropist, has died in his 84th year. Alderman John Staples, F.S.A., of the London Tavern, has beenelected Lord Mayor of London for the next year. The salary of a lady-in-waiting to Queen Victoria is LS00 per anum. No work is attached to the post, and very little time is consumed in the performance of the duties. A number of Russian N...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"A Boy's Will is the Wind's Will" [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 9 October 1885

4,A _ biy's Will i 'the Wind's B;- r V' LrLrE IDoa arrr. ' , Stratl?irn Hail was beautifuli iiin sion, with its green teirce, brijhlt flowers, a?J statues, in front ;'toone side?'its ten nis court and croquet lawn ; and,. better. than all,'at the othei side, down Biast the shrulbery and orchaird, lay the Fbroad,' blue sea, where' the dancing waves were never :tired of kissing' the soft. golden sand. The Hall, for generations past, had been possessed by thev proud. Beresford . family, and when old Sir Charles was dyinl, his lass words to his son H'lareld were--" Hvye a will :of your own, my biey, be noble and manly as your forefathers have been. but' above all be proud of your :anceutars and never let Strathburn Hall coine iise the :'ossesson of any other family while you live, for rather than that shoild. happon would 1 see it burnt to the gio.ld and die with its nmasters.' Harold had listened to every word his: 'father had s.,mken, but rwhaen he rose his head to reply, tears slihon...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 9 October 1885

Church Notlees. IUNITED METHODIST FREE CHURCH. REV.- LEVI WALTON, Missionary ,(Deputation)- will PREACH on Sunday morningatBaddaginnie, afternoon at Boho (Huniter's school); evening at Violet Town. He will also hold Missionary meetings on Monday evening at Violet Town; Wednesday evening, at Baddaginnie; Thursday evening, at Karramomus. WESLEYAN .CHURCH EUROA. SUtNDAY, OCTOBER 11. ANNIVERSARY SERVICES Rev. George Daniel will preach Two Sermons on Sunday, Oct. 11, Morning at 11, Evening at 7. A Collection .will be taken up in aid of the Trust Fund. THE ANNUAL TEA Will be held in the Temperance Hall, on WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER.21,' After.which. a Public Meeting will take place, when the Reva.- George Daniel, F. L. Wilson, J. Weir, B..., S. Scholes, and others will deliver addresses. Songs, duets, and Choruses during the evening. Tea on the tables at 6.30. Ao?issIoN-Adults 2s; Children under Twelve, Is. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. 19rTH Su?DAY AFER' Ta?nIrW IIHE REV. F: LAWSON-:WILSON . will coiidict...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 9 October 1885

HAMILTON.-On the 5th inst, at his resi— dence, Longwood, Mr A. Hamilton, aged 67 years.

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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The Advertiser "Let all the ends thou aim'st at be thy Country's, Thy God's, and Truth's.' FRIDAY, 9th OCTOBER, 1885. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 9 October 1885

"Let aU the erids thou ant'st at be thy Country's, Thy God's, and. Truth's.' FRIDAY, 9th OCTOBER, 1885. SOME weeks have now elaipsed since any distressing reports were. received of the fatal spread of the cholera in Spain, and it may therefore be concluded that the virulence of the epidemic has abated, and that, with the approach of 'the European winter, it will entirely disappear. When in full and active operat:of'it niiaturally had, a free' range in cities and towns, where there are endless possibilities of contamination, and the mortality left in it4:trail points to the evil of leaving sewers and reser voirs in a state - of pollution : the dread agencies to which the diffusion of cholera is clearly traceable. The ofi cial returns at one time recorded 4000 fresh cases daily, and in some towns of the.. kingdom the'living were hardly numerous enough to bury the dead. The . statistics furnished are, h?oever,ificouis1plet'; for it is notorious that in niany cases 'the full truthii rio...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Benalla Agricultural Show. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 9 October 1885

-Beaalla Agrlcultural r how. ' Friday last, the second day, was, rs anticipated, a great success, about 4000 people being present. The money taken at the gates amounted to £108 1ts making the total for both days. £155. The fol iowing gentlemen from Euroa' acted as judges :-Fat stock, Mr J. Weir; farm produce, Mr J. Birkett; poultry, Rev F. L. Wilson; spirits, Mr Geo. Sutherland. Prizetakers from this district were not numerous. For three-year-old stallion, Mr AX. Beattie's Young Stanley was awarded first. McPherson Bros. taking second with Rough Diamond. Messrs Hoyle. Lea, and Lummis were awarded two second prizes for single and double siated buggies. In the competition for lady's ha:k, after a very keen and excit ing contest the first award was secured by 1Niirod, the. rcperty. of Mr W. New comen, jnr. wThe 'winner -Wissapitally ridden by.Mraýi nbrose;, of SandyCreek. 'The judges were unwilling .'to'ditinumish betdeen the perforniances of Mr S. Wil oons's Tallyho and a bay horse bo...

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