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Benalla Assize Court. Before Mr Justice Holroyd. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 16 October 1885

I)enaIll Assize Court. Before Mr Justice Holroyd. The sitting of the above court was con tinued on Friday and Saturday last, and lasted until midnight on the latter day, when it was postponed to yesterday. James O'Bricn, for unlawfully and maliciously wounding William Welsh and Martin Bergin at Wangaratta on the night of the 22th August, was found not guilty, and discharged. The same prisoner was then'presented, charged with illegally using mantraps in his orangery, to which he pleaded guilty, and on the following day he was lined in the sum of £20, which was paid inmme diately. Arthur Cambridge was presented for stealing eight sheep the property of W. N. Newcusmen, T.uminiek. InI this case the jury, after the consultation of six hours, were unable to agree, and the prisoner, was liberated on bail. Trevor Trevillian Evans, who pleaded " Guilty" to the larceny as abailee of a horse and bridle, the property of Patrick Mullins, St. .James, was sentenced to twelve months' iiiprisoinient...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. THE SHIRE ROADS. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 16 October 1885

CORRE.IPOOS I ENCE. THE SHIRE ROADS. t TO THE EDITOR. t Snl,--It is a great wonder to nle tllat aome of our public roadls are not looked fter better. I could give instainces of v slore than one, but one in particular I would bring under the notice of the coun cil; that is, Harry's Creek road, leading by .r George Sanderson's direct to the Iarraweeney State School. N'ow, some parts of this road are really disgraceful. t First of all, at one time, there was a saw nill erected very near thile road, about half way between the school and Violet Town. This mnill had been at work for a' long time in the place, and all the refuse, I suchl as bark. off the logs, square waste pieces of timber, old cart wheels, etc, was thrown: on the road, causing -very. much I annoyance and danger to people passing by; in fact, at one place,' there is only a distance of thirty feet to pass, and the spot being of a very springy nature, causes very heavy work for both horses, bullocks and sen- ; whereas if thi...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Thursday, 14th October. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 16 October 1885

Thursday, 14uth October. Warnock v. the Railway Conmmissioners. Mr O'Leary, for the plaintiff, Mr F. L. Smyth for defendants. This was a claiml for damages to plaintiffs property by the fire which occurred on 5th February last, and which spread from the. railway line. Tihe evidence given in the eise Forsyth v. the Railway Conmmissioners was recapitul ated, and the hearing occupied the whole day. , The case was not concluded when our reporter left the court.

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Moglonemby Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 16 October 1885

Moirla nensby Jottingr. By " INCOG." A splendid shower on Saturday last and t pleasant sunshine since. What could be better for all vregetation than these ? 1 atluse for a reply. The tea meeting in connection with the - United Methodist Free Church takes place in the State school here on the 23rd iust?it.. The tinielforimnaking the neces sary pruparationis is somlewhlat short,' but what is lacking in 'time must be coinpen sated fur hy energy, and a successful tea tight will be the result. The after enter tainlcnt takes the shape of a concert. The proranlnnll will be varied, and will consist of secular as well as sacred items. This is a step in the right direction, for speeches, unless very spicy, are dry hash after te: anr:d cake, while too muclserious ness and sentimentality after a libend in-take of indigest ible comestibles, is cal culated to have an undesirable ettffect upon the bile, and produce unsound slumber, and, maybe, night-mare. Whoa, old boss! So no passes are to be iss...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 16 October 1885

Death. MACKRELL. On the 12th inst, at her resi— dence,Spring Bank Farm, Strathbogie, Hannah, relict of the late Thomas Mackrell, J.P., aged 51 years. "Gone, but not forgotten."  

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 16 October 1885

Wansted. . W`TANTED SHEARERS. Apply .V .W. H. HALEY, Seven Creeks. W' ANTED.--Smart 'Young Man. V Apply at once. FLOUR MILt,:.EUROA. W ANTED. - A LAD to look .after horses and make himtndidEierally useful. . , " EDGAR SLEE,-Euroa. TIANTED`SecondhandSpring Carts, W V:aggonettes, Spring Drays,'-Tip Drys, Harness. Ci . L. DEBOOS, Eurna. ANTED.- A BOY, help to 'Milk, W ' and nsake himself generally use ul, . THOS. GIFFEN. Bahmattuni. ,TANTEDa SMART LAD as appren S.Y tice to the CoACHSuMTIu'G. Apply'J. E. BISHOP, at !"The" Euroa Coach Factory, Anderson-st. Euroa.. ITANTED.-Young GIRL, to assist with Housework. L;. and E. FoRD's Registry Office. ANTED-YOUNG BOY and GIRL for Farm near Euroa, 7s per week. REGISTRY OFFICE, Kirkland street. W ANTED.- A SITUATION, as A COOK and LAUNDRESS, hotel preferred, 'Good References. . Apply; Registry Office, Euroa. : ': . _ ¶W ANTED = 10,000 Dozms EGGS V EvDeAin Joeat"owSo & C, .99; Flinders street West, Melbourne. I .To Let. TO LET.-320 ACRES G...

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Gazette Notices. LICENSING DISTRICTS REVOKED. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 16 October 1885

Gazette %otices. LILENSINO DISTRICTS REVOKED. Procllmuation of speciallicensiiugdistricts revoked:--An. area of a. quarter of a mile around tllerilhray stationat Baddaginnie; an area within half-a-mile radius of the Statu school reserve, Samaria.. SEW TOWNSHIP. New township in the parish of Kialla. County of M1oir, parish of Kialla; Com mencing at the north-west angle of allot ment 56A; bounded thence by the road from Avenel to Shepparton bearing north 18 chains 92 links ; thence by allotment 55, bearing east 22 chains 20 .links, and south 18 chains 02 links; and thence by allotment 56A aforesaid bearing west 22 chains 20 lii"kss to the point of commence ment. W NOW LICENSES. Winiford Hill, 20., RufFy ; Edward Hill, 20a, Ruffy ; Lee, Tet, 20a, Borodo manin; Lee Young, 20a, Borodomanin; John Cusack, senr., 20a -Euroa; Patrick Cunningham, 20a, Samaria; George Win. Rose, 20a, Marraweeney. i APPLICATIONS FORL LICENSES APPROVED. George Davidson, 320a, Ruffy ; Donald MiLean, 38a, Prunjip;...

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Spoopendyke's Pie. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 16 October 1885

Sypoopendyke's-Ple ..... "My dear," said Mr Spoopendyke, folding his napkin and pushing hischair back fraau the table, " my dear, you are a pretty good housekeeper,; and once in a while you contrive to cook up. a fair meal, but.you have no business foa,lin around a aniuce pie. There never was but one woumna who could nmake a mince pie, and that was ay another." "?I thought this was nice," returned Mrs Spoopendyke, with just a little quiver resting on her lip. " I gdt it out of the cookery book" " And you'd better put it right back in the book as a warning to uther ania teurs," continued Mr Spoopendyke, " I don't say that this is especially bad, only it doesn't meet all the requirements of pie as they were instilled iaito nly young mind. You miglht work it on foundlini hospitals that never had any maother, but it hasn't the soul I used to get out of pie when I lived at loame." " How did yourmotlher make tile mince pies, dear?" asked Mrs Oplopenadyke. " If I knew what she used, perlha...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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EUROA AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL SOCIETY THE FIRST SPRING EXHIBITION, Will be held in the SOCIETY'S GROUNDS On FRIDAY, 30th OCTOBER, 1885. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 16 October 1885

E.URQOA AGRICULTURAL G AND PASTORAL 1 S 0 C I 'i TY O THE FIIIST SPRING ' EXHIBITION, o ci Will be held in the Cp SOCIETY'S GROUNDS e tt On FRIDAY, 30th OCTOBER, as 1885. ENTRIES Close for the Show on Friday, 23rd Oct. The Secretary will feel obliged if intending exhibitors will send in their entries at once. r In addition to the names already advertised, the - Treasurer desires to aeknowledge the following: £ s d Pattison, A. ... 1 0 0 Clancy, Jas. ... .. 1 0 0 McGuinness,H ... ... 1 0 0 ( Nolan, B. ... ... 1 10 Kennedy, P . .. ... 1 1 0 Harton,Thos. ... ... 1 0 0 Halsall,Gilhbert ... ... 1 1 0 Wooley, Geeo. ... ... 1 1 0 Ewert, August ... ... 1 1 0 Schrieber & Schafer ... 11 0 Wilkinson,Hy. ... ... 5 0 a Carew, i. ... ... 1 0 0 Finlay Bros. ... .. 2 2 0 Vidler, J. T. ... ... 1 1 0 Watson, D. ... . 1 0 0 Kyle, Geo. ... ... 1 0 0 Hagan,M. ... ... 5 0 Derham, Jno . ... 1 1 0 McCluskey,P. F. ... 3 3 0 Special Prizes in addition to Programme. Ma. W. H. IHALEY.--BraCelet, va:ie ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 16 October 1885

FOR PAPER `" :BAGS, TE A, PAPERS, STATIONERY, &c., S'TRY THE "ADWERTISR" Office. DA-VITI . MUIRO &:CO., 154 QUEE ST.,' MELBOURNE. ENGINEERS,' 'BOILERMAKERS, And Manufacturers and Importers of 1KACHINERY, Have for Sale or Hire THE " OSBORNE" Reaser : TwinO" Binder. This machine in its new form was introduced by us last season, and aclieveda wonderfulsuecess. The knot ting maechanism 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 annoyance and loss. For the coming season, the elevating canvases are en larged, a new style of reel applied, and many other valuable improvements intro duced. Result of field trial at Lancefield, anuary, 1884, in a tall, heavy crop of saheat, somewhat green, and with a good deal of undergrowth :-Osborne, first, with 116.5 points; M'Cormick, 106.5; Iornsby, 102.75; Johnston, 100.25; Samuelsen, 88.75. Our Improved Steam Threshing Plants, are...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 16 October 1885

D E N T 'I' S T R Y. in M l.n; D:E SA'XE, mi SURGEON DENTIST, rig or ret 84 Russel street, 1eIlbolirnc, a SBes to inform the inhabitants'of Euroa aiid district thitt.he may be CONSULTED.r .professionally at Dr. McCall's, ,.Bitiney strect,} Euroa, on the 16th of every ga ionth. ..............an D I. T, T d !.L eL,d TUTHILL, of of Euroa, E will VISIT" uiolct Town 1..... : every -- of .W E D-NE SDAY And may be. consulted" at MIr'N6akes', Chemist's, be From 10 ,,.sto 3. pn. n. DR' MQC o L L, i I.NEX Y -MTREET, E EUROA. Licetiate'"of "tlhf Royal College of Sur geons, Edinburgh. 7 of Licentiate of* the Royal College of ti Physicians, Edinburgh. " y Licentiate in Midwifery. R. S. C. .LAMn ROC K, ATTORNEY, SOLICITOR, PROCTOR, Nunns-street, B -E N A L-L A. t (Ground floor, Council Chambers.) Will visitEuron every Thursday ; and may be consulted, at his 'ofllce, Publlic .Hall Buildigs.... MR. S. C.. T.URNER, Barrlster-at-L?aiw, Conv, leyancer, etc., 1 HAS COMMENCED PRACTICE I At New Hall Comp...

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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, 16th OCTOBER, 1885. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 16 October 1885

"'Let all thLe els thou aim'st at be thy Country's, Thy God's, an-l Truth's." FRIDAY. 16th OCTOBER, 1885. WnEN a certait lady, who 'enjoyed an equivoal reputation for her gossip and small talk in literary circles, compli mented Dr. Johnson on,the admirable taste he had shown in excluding from his dictionary all bad words, the great scholar retorted, with. characteristic out-spokenness.-" I perceive, madam, that you have been looking for.them.'" Thl rebuke possibly. marked" the, scorn of a pure 'mind: for the - grovelling appetite which seeks :its? refreshment in.the sewers of human iniquity..' The grossness of, the novels of the age of, the Georges would hardly be tolerated in the present day, but the. chliamge in: the tastes of, the penple is rather arti-, ficial than-smubstantial,'the chief dliffer ence being that, in works of fiction, the conventional standard of, propriety irn poses on authors the obligati'fa to: paian. vice and disguise lewdness, "s that readers may allow imagi...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Euroa Shire Council. Wednesday, Oct. 14. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 16 October 1885

Euroa $hire Council. TWedocsdy. Oct. 14. Present : The President - (P. Hehir, Esq.) in the chair, and Crs Gibson, Bir kett, Duncan, Crosbie, Neelands, and McKenna. Cr G. Gordon, the newly-elected repre sentative for the central riding, was intro duced by Cr Birkett,and, after subscribing to the usual declaration, took his seat at the table. The minutes of the previous. iieeting, andoutward correspondence, werereadand confirmed. COlRRlESPONDL-NCE From Treasury, Melbourne, intimating that £1793 Os 8d had been passed to credit of Council.--Received. From Crown Law Oftices, stating that a writ of deflins ptcest?ttens had been for warded to Mr Wyatt, P.M., to enable him to administer oath to the President of the Shire of Euroa as Justice of the Peace Received. From Public Works Department, in reference to appointment of auditor Received. From the Railway Department, stating that the matter of r.tilway accommodation ] at Arcadia would receive attention as soon as the estimates were passed...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 16 October 1885

1R. :H. GRAHAM,; COMMISSION and GENERAL AGENT -Farm and Dairy Produce, Wool, Hides7 &c., forwarded for sale. Loans Negotiated on Easy Termns. Lowest Rates of Interest. M?cGUINh'ESS STREET EYROA. A T TTE LE B-RkRK. 1 ATTLE BARK. HIGHEST GASYH PRICE Given for :any quantity of Wt A T T L E B A R K, 2For delivery tt Euroa, Violet Town or Longwood. M. BURNS, Euroa. Euroa Agent: I'. H.. GRAHAM. INATHAN ISRAEL, Iairdrce*er & TobUaceOuint RAILWAy STREET, EUROA. Best American Tuhnds of 'Tobacco and '?enuine Havatna Cigars kept in stock. SHusA1r0olNo DomN. Pines Mounted and Repaired. NATHAN ISRAEL, NEw PUBLIC ILLL, ELnROA. BEGS to inform the residents of this tows and surrounding districts, that he in prepared to undertake all kinds of Jewellery Work: VATCILE and CLOCKs repaired ;Lnd cleaned, Main Springs, ]lands, and Glasses. Brooches, Rings, Chains, &c. &c., mended at the Lowsr-t MELeOUnLNE PRICE,S. -A competent workman cungaged. Hospital for sick pipes. .H ?...

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CORRESPONDENCE. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 23 October 1885

CORE !BEAPONXa P4 D CE. TO TIIE EDITOR. Sin,--Great complaints arc being made by some of the people in our toww, il reference to the many flocks of sheep comning into their midst. It is a daily occullrrnce, not only with son me of our sheep1 farmers who live close to the town, but also with so rut:y travrelling hloks. They cause great annoyance to the resi dents, and injure them inl other ways. Now, there are in our town poor. people, its well tas there are i:i other townls, who could at this .season of the year make a little to kee1p their families, for indeed som of tlhem are distrCsst d eno:gh; but through those flocks of sheep' continually feeding inl and around the town loundiary, it is almost impossible for them to keeIp a cow or anything else; if they could, it would indeed Ie a great Ielp to them. Now, if the council can do anything ill the i:lttter il the way of preventing those animal:s froml trespa:ssing iln and arounlld the town boundary, it would prove a great benefit t...

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Shad[?]th Entertainment. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 23 October 1885

Mhattrth Eatertainment. A moat enjoyable entertainment was held at the' State school, Shadforth, on Friday evening last, in aid of the prize fund. Mr G. Homo presided, and the following prograunnoe was successfully carried out :-Overture, Miss Cooper; song,' "Ye banks and braos," Miss Katie Coper ; song, " Four jolly smiths,"' Mr WaVlker : song, " Bring back my bonny boy to me," Miss Miuigie; recitation, " The bashful mIan," Mr G. Home ; sung; " At the ferry," Miss Elworthy; song, " The old brigade," Mr Walker; song. " The imeetiing of the wiaters," Miss CoiopIer; song, " Nancy Lee," Mr Gain nie ; song, "'The oflicer's funeral," Miss Mlinogue; song, "Dear little shaisrock," Mr Howard; song, "Silver chimes," Miss Elworthy ; song, " The British Lion," Mr Walker. At the conclusion of the conlcert, the room was cleared, anddancing indulged in till an early hour the follow illg miorning.

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Commercial. LOCAL MARKETS [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 23 October 1885

" CssnineralaL . LOCAL 7 IMARI ETr ;r C. L. Del:cos reposts 'prices "ocallry as. fll sow. Fresh.butter 7d. " Eg:s 9+d Fowls, 2s tc :;s per pair. )Ducks 3s per pair. Turkeys 4s to Ss per pair. Sheepskins 3d to 4;d. Hides 2d to 2ed. Kangaroo skins 9d to Is. -d. Wallaby 'Gd. to 7d. Oppossuai-2s Gdi to 4s Gd: Bear 2s 0d to :.s tid. 1lessrs .1. E. I1andblry and Co. "re i ,rt :-Prime cask butter, 711 ; 'print 'b tter, prime, 7d eggs; .9.1; h ,'ri. "d to -':d per lb.;pigs :;ito4.1dl turkeys, 5s to 10s per pair:; fowls, 2s to Ss; ducks, 3s to 4s Gd; oppossnum skins, 2s Od to (s. ?Iessrs Cordon Bros. furnish:(he?ollow in recport of their prices: Fresh Butter (primc) 7d. Eggs ,d. Fowls 2s to is-d. Ducks 3s to 4s. Turkeys ?Ad per lb. Caratsc Pork 3d'to -4d. Sheepskins 3d to 4d. S llides 2d to 1d. -. ?.. Mr Gall reports prices current as follows : Hay Chaff is Gd. Straw do. Is. IHay-5s 6d. Brantills 211. .Pollard :Is 2d. Oats 3s Gd. P'otatos, Wb., 6s Gd. 1'Pinkeye Gs Gd. do. -seed various. Slee...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 23 October 1885

FOR -PAPER BAGS; TEA PAPERS, STATIONERY, &c., TRY TIIE "i'DVERTIS'R" Office. DAVID IMITRO & C., 154 QUEEN ST., MELBO0URNE. ENGINEERS, BOILERMAKERS, And Manufacturers and Imlerters of MACHINERY, Have for Sale or Hire THE "OSBORNE" Reaper & Twine .inder. This maxchine ini its hew form was introduced by us last se:son, and chieveda wonderfulsuccess. The knot ting mechanism is so simple and strong e that anyone can understand and manage it, and it has no liability to miss knots, fwhich has hitherto been so fertile a source ofannoyance and loss. For the coming season, the elevating canvases are en larged, a new style of reel appllied, and many other valuable improvements intro duced. Result of field trial at Lancefield. anuary, 1884, in a tall, heavy crop of lwheat, somewhat green, and with a good deal of undergrowth :-Osborne, first, with 116.5 points; 'Connrmick, 100.5; Hornsby, 102.75 ; Johnston, 100.25 Samuelson, 88.75. Our Improved Steam Threshlig Plants, are...

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MELBOURNE MARKETS. Wednesday, October 21. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 23 October 1885

MIELBOURNE M1ARKETS. Wednesday, October 21. Fat Cattlc,--1724 were *erded, includ ing about :3i0 hoadl from .Q4eensland. A large proportion of the supply were of good to prime quality. S:ales fluctuated somewhat; coimpetititr w:as dull, and prices receded from 0ls to s .lper head from last week's rates. The lt:ggy state of the weather had a depressing eiffect on sales,.most noticeable when heavy weights were :cffered. Prime pens of bullocks sold from £13 to £1. 17s Gld ; odd beasts: to £15 15s: :ood do, fromn £O 10s to £-1? sccutodl ,5,fri o l- W z/ ist' I :; ioOwttrell .io, rto, ,,n+5'Io ; pritue pens (if c.,ws fro1t, £9 to £10 5s ; good do, from £7 to £8.; middling and inferior, from £4. Fat Calves.-150 were yarded, a large proportion of which were heavy weights, for such reduced prices had to be accepted, but for good voalers about late rates-were maintained. Best'sold at 75s'to -100s ; good, from 50s -to 65s ; second from 35s to 45s ; infc:ior. fromt 20s. Fat Sheep-This mtarket'...

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Arcadia Mems. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 23 October 1885

Are?atlla ?l nas. Slieariug is now in full swing in this neighbourhood, 'and the clip is most satis. factory ; but the great downfall in the price of wool is causing.several grazicer to turn their attention more to cattle. The crops are looking healthy and prii miss well, especially on fresh land; in some. instances on old land, .the takeall has made its appeaaance, but fortunaately, not to any great extent. A little child, aged two years, daughter of a railway gatekeeper, re3siding near the Arcadia railway station, died last week, froni inflamunation of the lungs, through fog fever. The annual picnic, in connection with the State school, Moorilim (Mrs Gregory's) came off last week, and, as the weather was,all that could be 'desired, a largb attendance of both old and young was the result. A variety of games customary on such occasions were indulced in by the juveniles, while several .of the more ad vanced members of the visitors were just a little conspicuous .by their desire for f...

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