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Euroa Agricultural Society. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 9 October 1885

Euroe Agrricultural Soclety. A meeting of the generail and sub-com mittees of the Euroa Agricultural and Pastoral Society was held on Monday evening last, at Sutherland's Euroa Hotel, when there were present Messrs Hill and McKenna, J.P., (vice-presidents), Shels well, . Sutherland, ' Ogillby, Handbury, DeBoos, Birkett, WValslh, Pleasents, Slee, Dunning, Garrett, Ford, and the Rev. J. Weir. Mr Hill was voted to the chair and opened, the meeting, the President, G.' H. Chomley, Esq., arriving shortly afterwards. The secretary reported that the total amount promised towards the show was £450, which was coming to hand satisfactorily. The special prize- list amounted to £120,making a total of £570. In order to place the secretary in a posi tion to forward a member's ticket to every subscriber of £1, it was resolved that the collectors' lists .be called iin at once. The building committee reported that favorable progress was being made with the erection of pens, &c., on the show-g...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Benalla Assizes. Thursday, 8th October. Before Mr Justice Holroyd. MURDER [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 9 October 1885

-,Benamlla Aaslzes. j Thurrday, 8th Octoeber. Before Mr Justice Holroyd. MuRaDE Johanna Osborne, was charged with the hiurder of her infant, at Moglonemby on the 4th day of May last, and pleaded not guilty. The following jury was empan elled? --John Kelly, Varley, Bailey, Pat 'ick --Boyle,- John Spriggs, W." Marks, UJiah Cox, Robt. Miller, Colin Mitchell, Jno.1 'Goiiian, Martin Grogan, Edwd. 'Hoskin, Michael Downs, John Plumnner. Mr, F L. Smyth prosecuted onE behalf 'of the Crown, and Mr O'Leary appeared for the defenice. Prisoner was accommodated with a 'chair. The 'ei~e'ace of .William Kendle Os borneo, father of accused, was taken, and was substant'ikly the same as already given at the inquest and reported in detail on that occasion in these coldmns. SAniiie Doak also repeated the evidence 'given by her at the inquest. Under cress -examriination, the witness swore that taccused on one occasion said that the -child had been alive'at birth. Constable Orr, stationed at Earoa, de pos...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 9 October 1885

FO} PATEA TAPERSG STATIONERY, &c., TRY THE "ADVERTIS " ;Office. .i : :01 vb:e 1 *~t AV? l ' J U RO "&: :CO., 1o4 QUEN ST, R XEU I JBOV .,. ENGINECERS;, BOILERMAKERS., And Ma ifacturers nid Importer of MXAC IE NERY , .Have for Sale or Hire THE *" OSBORNE" Reaper & Twine Binder. This machine in its new form wasa-ýintsodced. as las;seasonAl achieve&a wonldefo1s·c.? The.kw-t 'ting mechanismis so re ~sq and strong that anyone can understada and manage. it, and it has no liability to miss knots, which has hitherto been so fertile a source *ofarinoyance and loss. For the coming :season, .the. elevating canvases are en larged, a'new style of reel applied, and 'many other calnable improvements intro lui ed. Result. of field trial at Lancefield, anuary, 1884, in a tall, heavy crop of wheat, somewhat green, and with a good deal of uindergrowthl:-Osborne,. first, -with 116.5 points ; M'Cormick, 106.5'; Hornsby,: 102.758; .ohn eton, 100.25; Samuelson, 88.75. Our i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 9 October 1885

Auetion 'otices. J ANTED-SecoSdhlandSpring Carts, T Waggonettes, Spring Drays, Tip Drays, Harness. C. L..DaBOOS, . TANTED :PUPILS- "for FANCY " WORK I. ; E. Fornn, Kirk land street, Euioa: 'Ternnms £1 Is per quarter. WANTED. - Experienced General SERVANT. Wages 15s. Town ship. L: and E. Foru's Rekistry Office, Euroa. W ANTED Pursrs for the PrisAroiTrs ... , by MISS BOARDfMAN, KMI s Er, (near Railway Street) EU oItA. r. " . W E Ihave ' 'good opening, for ian Intelligent LAD, to learn a good Trade. Wages, 7sGd -per week for the first year.. L:: and E.i FoaD's Registry Office. Kirkland streot, Euroa. - AT IN TTED KNOWN, tlhit, Mas. 5 CLEsmarITS (late o`f "-elboiirie) has opened a:DINING and BOARDING HOUSE in Railway street, near Kirklanil street, EUROA, and hopes by strict atten tion to business to merit a- ; share o.of patronape from the people of Euroahand surroundingdistricts: Private room for l;iai:.: IPefreslhnenns enc. &e. .- ,": IMPORTANT: PUBLIC NOTICE. EU1RiOA "TRADING...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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MELBOURNE MARKETS. Wednesday, October 7. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 9 October 1885

"IiELBOUItNE MARK ETS. Wednesday, October 7. Fat Cattle.-About 1,600 were yarded. Iecarly all Victorian cattle, chiefly of useful to good quality, with a small proportion rf prime. Best pens sold at last week's rates, while middling.and inferior sorts were slightly easier until the close of the -day, when the demand was dull and re -liced prices had to be accepted. Prime pens otliullocks realised from £13 to.£15 -csecording to weight; odd.easts .to £16 Os; jrood do. from £10; seconid ad.;-finm £8 .10s to £9 105, j.:.., -n , £5"I0s; prime pens of cows froin £9 to £9 12s 6(1; good do, from £7 to 8 ; middling and inferior from £4 to £6. 'Fat Calves.-1G0 were. yarded, which :sold at about last week's rates, Rest re alised from 75s to 100s ; good, from 50s to 6Os ; second, from 35ss to 43s ; inferior, from 20s.. - Fat Sheep.--About 18.500 wercyarded,. co;isisting chiefly of merinoes of from se cond to good quality. There was a fair demand for best descriptions at-last week's rates ; midd...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 9 October 1885

T 0 oM A"S" B ON D, VIOLET- TOWlN, WURAER; CIJTERIIU, ! OUTFITTEa. BEGS to inforiii the public of VIOLET .U TOWN" and' surroundingl district, that he ]has an ENTIRELY NEW STOCK 'of W I N.TER GOODS, which he is, prepared to SELL at PRICES HITHERTO UNHEARD OF" T. B. will ils hold monthly ales, due notice of which will be given. T H O MA S B 0 N D, B?EGS to informn the inhabitants of Violet -Towrn' and. district that, having procured an AUCTIONEER'S LICENSE,.heo ii prepired:to' undertake Sales of every description, on the most ieasonable terms. To, Farmaere.ama Others. LAIr'DS1 OFFICE, AGENCY.. re-now, arenow pared through-our i t:,own agencies to procure any in-' formtion required in reference to LeAsas, LICENSES, FEes, RE.N.S BAcK PA?M ETS, &c.,; and toconduct any business in.con-, iectioins, with the Lands Departnieiit priip?tly nid 'effilciently,; 'vithou` ti rf-ib or delay te patr6ni; on the inost reashiablii terms. '? N E Y advanced to any extent . on Stock; Land; Buildii...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Gazette Notices. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 9 October 1885

Gazette Notices.       Applications for licenses approved.- G. H. Chomley, 8500a; J. H. Chrystal; 3584?a Applications for leases approved. - George Akers, Monea North, 900a 9r 8p; Hannah Paget, Warrenbayne, 319a 2r 18p; John Nugent; Karramnomu, 113a 3r 14p.   Transfers registered.- Patrick Rehir to Matthew Nunana, 318 Or 38p,-Shaditht? William Smith to James McKernan, Bal mstttum;, 132a 2r 37p'- --William ; Lupla, to John Alfred Clark, 318a-3r 36p; Ben alla and Warrenbayne.        

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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OSBORNE DEFENCE FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 16 October 1885

OSBORNE DEFENCE FUND. RECE11' r. : £ . d Total Cash Receipta s 31 11 6. EzPsNrDTUR.: £. s ""ls Law Expenses ::... .. 70 '0 Medical Attendance. ;... -2 U 0 Johanna Osborne ... I it r :Total .. ::.. . £31 l1t( W. NEE LADS, Treasurer.

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EUROA, TUESDAY, 27TH OCTOBER. LEASEHOLD FARM OF 175 ACRES. 7 Town Allotments. Second-hand Waggons, Waggonettes, Beggy Spring Cart. Household Furniture, Etc. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 16 October 1885

EUROA, TUESDAY, 27Thr OCTOBER. _EASEIIOLD FARM OF 175 ACRES. 7 Town Allotments. Second-hand Waggons, Waggonettes, Elggy Spring Cart. Household Furniture, Etc. C L. DeIOOS is instructel to Sell by . 'Pblic Auction, on the above date, at Sc'clock FARM OF 175 ACRES, Leasehold, )n account of Mr IL Earnshaw, one and a alf mutles from Euron, well fenced and im troved, permanently watered. Good Grazing and Agricultural Land. I Allotments. 33 feet frontage to Railway street; by a depth of 165 feet, next McCluskey's Dining lRooms, opposite Boardman's" Coach Factory. Splendid business sites. 3 Allotments, 33 feet frontage to street off Anderson street. by a depth of 165 feet, unequalled for private residenoes;beauti ful.y situated, well drained. The only .allotments to be had in this street; the remainder has been bought by persons who intend to build and reside on them. After the sale of the land, C.L. DEBoOs will offer the following : 4 Second-hand Waggonettes, in good order. 1 Spring Cart,...

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Commercial. LOCAL MARKETS VIOLET TOWN STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 16 October 1885

Commeriala:.. r:1 -LOCAt MAlRKETS TIOLET TOWN STOCK SALE. ,M Messrs 8lee, Ogilby.&. Co,. report: We held our usual monthly stock' siale at Violet Town on Monday last, when the yards wedre well tilled'. Tlie 'ualityf of cattle forward was fair to good, with a fewy lots really prime. Tile market opened at prices about equal to those of last week, but unproived as sales progressed, and at the close of the day we quote :-Good to prime quality,-. 10s-in, advance, .but other. sorts as about last week's rates. Cattle- About 530 y:arde.1, nearly all lines being cleared at satisfactory prices. - JWe sold for Mr P. Hehir, of Caniambo, 21 fat bullocks to £9 10s : for Mr W. D. Crocker, 6 fat bullocks at £9 ; for Mr W. Maher, Violet Town, 2 bullocks at £8 6s; for Mr James logan, Gowangardie, 5 head to £6 15s : for Mr John Britaioll, 8 bullocks at £6 15s. Yearlings were fully up to last. week's high rates. : Shee p . bout 1500 penned. The demand-was dull'thf6uo-gh out, but we placed a few...

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Original Poetry. Composed by Mr Chas. Clapton, and sung at Gooram concert, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 16 October 1885

OrIirinil Poetry. Composed by Mr Chas. Clapton, and sung at Gooram concert, 1884. Your iabies keep quiet, kind ladies I pray, And I'll sing you a nice little song, And when you have heard it I'm sure you say Hurrah ! for our home, Gooramgong. We haIe mountains imposing, sublimely serene, Withgnrmite-crowned, moss-covered peaks; We have beautiful valleys, so verdantly green, We have ravines, deep gorges, and creeks. Here beautiful birds with plumage so rare, Blend their notes in one joyous song, And for sweet-scented flowers no bind can comtpare . With the valleys of sweet Gooranmgong, Our maidens so lovely, so buxom, and coy, " So charming, bewitching and sweet, So fair and as lmodest, becomingly shy No daUmsels with then can compete. Heic nature, dear Goddess, her arts doth -display- No help from an artist needs she All living things here are both joyous and Full of mnrti and of gladness, and glee. I now must conclude, for it may be a sinm On the beauties of home to prolong ; I tru...

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MELBOURNE MARKETS. Wednesday, October 14. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 16 October 1885

3MELBOURNE MARKETS. Wednesday, October 14. Fat Cattlce.-The market moderately supplied about 1,600 havingbee yarded, including 650 head from Queensland. There was a good attendance of buyers. Sales were brisk throughout, particularly for best descriptions, which wereniot largely represented, and prices advanced from 10s to los per head ont last week'srntes. Prime pens of bullocks sold at from £13 10s to £116, according to weight; odd beasts to £17 10 s; god do, fromu £11 to £12:10s; second do, from £9 to £10 ; inferior, from £0 ; prime pens cows, fromt £9 to £11 lOs, according to weight"; good di; £7 to £8 ; imiddling and medium, from £4. .Fat Calves.-Nincty were yai'ded, whichl iddt with a brisk demand, and realised high prices. Best sold at from 75s to 100 ; good, from 50s to G5s : second, front 35s to.45s; inferior, from 20s. Fat Sheep. -About 119003 were yarded, consisting chiefly of morino wethers, both in wool and shorn. mostly of second to good quality, with a smu:all pr,prti...

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Cricket Club Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 16 October 1885

Cricket Club fleeting. A general meeting of the Euroa cricket club was held at the Euroa Hotel on Wed nesday evening, the President in the chair. The secretary read the minutes of 'previous meeting, which were confirmed. Some dis. cession took place in,refereace to the enters tainments to be giveniin aid'of'thc'clnbi finds on 291h 'and 30th October, when stew ards, and sub committees' were appointed. and all necessary arrangements' made for carrying out the same ' The patronage of the public is now all that is required.tninsure success, and when the merits:of the enter tainments axe considered; we feel sure that the hearts of the cricketerswill be gladdened by buhamper houses. _It was resolved that the club take partin the matches for the cuplpre sented' by the .Benallaclub, and'.that Mr Lamrock be asked to kindly_ consent to act as delegate on behalf of the Euroa cricket club. It was arranged that luncheon for visiting teams, umpires, and scorers be paid for out of the club fends, ...

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Spiced Atoms. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 16 October 1885

l piced Atoma.: What are you going to enter at the liný ? Entries close oli the 23rd; Money -makes the man, and want of it lhe-suicide. WalterBolger, of Melbourne, was prompted to swallow a quantity of andanum, through embarrassments, occn sioned by want of a little filthy lucre. He wai frustrated, and taken to the City watch, ous'e instead of to the cemetery. He was attired in a butcher's jersey, and said he was:ill, and paid for his advice and medicine in valueless cheques: thus he victimised ten . citizens in Melbourne. Detective Nixon ran him in, and found his name was Curtis. . Tl'he hiushranger HenryGarrett, who spent 50 Christmas days in gaol, died at. Welling toa on September 12th, at tihe age of 72. iBachelors of the day 'are considerably exercised in their .minds over the poll tax, which hangs like a Damocles sword above their devoted heads. ' The unfortunate Tamleugh Ibicloelors are goin, to visit Euroa in force on the 30th. They think there'll :be a "good show'! there..:...

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Euroa Mutual Improvement Association. MONDAY, 26TH OCTOBER, 1885. Temperance Hall. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 16 October 1885

Euroualltuasl IImprovemeenti Associatlion. MoN A4i, 26TI Ocrona i, 1885.'. Temperance Ha1L. Debate : "Should thoeBachelors be Taxed 7" Affirmative -. -- Mr Ford Negative Mr Turner; js The 'Pu.lic are Admitted no charge. * To Commence at 7.30 pm. WtI. SWIFT, Secretary.

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Tamleugh. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 16 October 1885

FRO?1 OUR OWN CORRESPONUDENT. The rain seems to have all passed away, and we have now excessively .warm w'eather, and the snakes haive again made their alpearance. A very large one was killed not far from here by a. little terrier dng, owned by'?Ir Holland. The same dog killed three las' sunmmer, and I have heard the owner say that he would bounce on any reptile like a bee on a daisy. The crops are looking well, somie of the early onles are conming out inl ear, while the ra.ss is better this year than it has been for some time past. The question among Tamleunh bachelors is whether Mr Shackell is going to provide wives for.them or not'! They say that, it is hard to tax them when they would marry; but they cannot get any one to have them ; tey ave tried all ways to secure wives, but without avail. New huggies, hacks, etc, have been procured; in fact; everything enticing to the fair sex, but still their answer. seems to be the inevitable " no." RBeing amonug the un fortunates myself, I...

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VIOLET TOWN. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 16 October 1885

VIOLET TOWN. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21. J II. TEAGUE & CO., have received * instructions from Mr A. E. Chap man, to sell by Public Auction, on the above date, his SHOP AND DWELLING, Situated in Cowslip street, Violet Town, two minutes' walk from the railway station. Allotment of land 33 feet front age to Cowslip street, by 51 chains depth with frontage to Mary street. A two storey weatherboard dwelling of sevem rooms, with shop attached. Four fireplaces, and good cellar. Sale to conmmence at 11 slLhrp. J. H. TEAGUE, & CO., Auctioneers.

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Auction Notices. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21. GLOSTER FARM, NEAR VIOLET TOWN. J. H. TEAGUE & CO., have received instructions from Alfred Goulter, Esq., to sell by PUBLIC AUCTION On the Premises on above date at 12 o'clock, noon, his VALUABLE AND COMPACT FARM OF 320 ACRES, [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 16 October 1885

A;ection a otices. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21. GLOSTER FARM, NEAR VIOLET TOWN. J IL" TEAGUE & CO., lhave received - instructions from Alfred Coulter, Esq., to sell by PUBLIC AUC.T ION - On the Premises on sabove date at, 12 o'clock, noon, his VALUABLE AND COMPACT FAlRM OF 320 ACRES, Being Allotment 4 of Section A, Parish of Gowangardie, County of Moira, and known to comprise somle of the best agri cultural and glazing land cast of the Goulburn. It is sub-divided into 5 paddocks, all well fenced with post and 2 rails and post and G wires, and perman, ently watered. The timber is rung and there are about 40 acres under crop of oats. A comfortable 4-roomed dwelling house, dairy, men's hut, stables, and all necessary outhouses to adequately work the farm. The whole of the stock, imple ments, furniture and effects, etc., coon prising 3 good horses, cattle,pigs, stripper and winnower, chalfcutter, plough, har ness, farm-dray, &c., &c., will also be sold, and 1000 YOUNG ...

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Balmattum. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 16 October 1885

(FROM. OUR 'OWS UORRESPONDENT.) A meeting of the sub-conunittee that was arranged to- take place on Saturday last lapsed, owing to only three or four uemnlers putting in an allpeaLrance. Aun other one is called for Saturday next, at the usual hour. Itappears, of late years, that Ba;hnattunl, as regards weddings, is.getting its name up in true colors, for the style nowadays is, " the quieter the more fashionable." 1 ani not going to dictate, for every one is free to please themselves, but I am sure Inuny will agree in saying that we should have a little jollification when such anl im poirtant event takes place. The happy couple that were united in holy matrimlony last week, hail front Faithful Creek, and I am sure have the good wishes of every one. Great indignation is felt here among the residents at the Education Department re fusing to grant permuission for the old school building to remain on the present site. I think they should not have hesita ted for a moment in complying with...

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CRICKET. VIOLET TOWN v. WINDING CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 16 October 1885

CRICLET. VIOLET TOWN v: WINDING CREEK. A' cricket match was played between the Violet Town and Winding Creek clubs on Saturday last, on the ground of the latter. The weather was very unfavorable for the iatch on account of the rain, and had: the ground not been so wet much larger scores would have been made on both sides. G. Davis played well for the rho1oi teanl for .15, being the only one who got into double figures. For the visitors W. Davis with 14, and W. Grogani with 28, played in good fL.rmt, none of the others getting into double figures. Neil G. and E. Hill bowled well for both sides. Appended are the scores: Vlor.ET ToWN IST INNINGS. W. Grogan, cT. Alcorn, b Hill ... 28 Drewitt, e Davis, b Hill ... ... 6 Neil, G. c and b Hill ... .. 0 hDavis, c Hill, b \Voodlands ... 14 Home, e and b Hill ... ... ... 1 Hlumphries, e Hill, b Woodlands ... 2 Fenton, e Alcorn, b Hill ...... 1 Sambll, b Hill ... ... ... 4 Beggs, not out ... ... 1 M'Kenzie, \Voodlands ... ... 3 Russell, b Woodl...

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