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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 27 November 1885

LOCAl.'MARKETS . Mr'. T. ...?eBoots reports prices c<:; llv n s i'o ll. .L -" [" -Frish huller Ldil. t.ggs d " -. Fowls, 2s ic .l per pair. SDucks 3i pier pali' Tii'rlevs 4s to 8a pier pair j? Sheepkilus ;il to 4.d. Ilidits 2d to. 2 . Jd Kinagroo skinas 9dto Is. Id; 'Wnallaby GI. to 7d . O_.:ppus-um 2s 6d to 4s Gd; :. Bear 2s 0.1 to 2s tid.'. ---- : *. * . HI Messr .1. E..l Iudblbtlrvy aid Co: re- P iport :-Prime ..'ask butter, 1il ; print .,buttcr, prito-, 'jAd eggs,:- d ; houcy, ad to :;i per lb.;pigs 3dto'4d 1' turkeys, 5s to lIs per pair; fowls, 's _ to 3s; ducks, 3s tu 4-s Gd; uppossumn skinsi, 2s 0d to. s. Messrs Gordon Bros. furnish the follow ingreport of their pricus: ;.Cask Butter (primo) 10d. Eggs 10d. Fowls 2s to is tl. ' i" cka:s ti, 4s. Turkeys 6:1 per lb. Carease Pork 3d tLo ld. - Siepakilns 3d to ud. E 'Hides 2d to td..- ti M3r Call, reliorts prices current os follows : HIayClhaff a (;d. Straw do. Is. ']liii- sl . :. " Bran la 3d. - Pollard s 3d. : Oils 3s...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Advertiser "Let all the ends thou aim'st at be thy Country's, Thy God's, and Truth's." FRIDAY, 27th NOVEMBER, 1885. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 27 November 1885

"Let all the enlIs thou ilm'st t o be thy mCkontry's, a Tlhy God's, and Truth's." ' * ''.' t A public .meeting was bold on nLMondcay evening last, at Sutherla!d's Eurea hotel, E for the purpose of considering the advis ability of forming a turf club in Euro. There were -about .30 persons present, W. HI. Haley, Esrq.-, occupying thie chair. Mr Sutherlaid' proposed,'ad milr . Sloe sedonded, thait a race c:ilub b fortmied,, to be" milled the Eitroa J.ockey Club; and that the member's fee be fixed at £1. A 1 lengthy andl: irregtular' discussion sas 1 entered into as to the 'wisdo; of .altering the u.4ual ace day, :Tltursday 17th March, I to one which would better: fit with neigh bouriug.mcctings. .The date of the -races was ultimately left an open question, it being understood tlha the most suitable day in March or April would be]selected. On the motion of Mr Sutherland, seconided by M1r Beggs, IMr F. Ogilby was appointed secretary prio em.:- Mr E:: Stribling was appointed hion. treasur...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 27 November 1885

TO THE EDITOR. Sin,-Would you kindly allow nme a small slpae in your valuable columns to draw attention to rather arbitrary dealings in the postal department. The rule of late, that ofclosingthelletterdopartnnentat midday, also evening from five to half past, to allow the station-masters time to get their meals quietly, is but just and right. 1 had occasion to go for letters one oveni ing lately, having a distance of two miles to walk ; on arriving at the platform close to the office, which was then open, the porter in charge was sauntering in front. I was addressed by a resident, and told no letters were given after 6 p.m. I was nonplussed, and thought the station inuster had changed his time, so I quietly waited for over a quarter of an hour, then went away to do other business, and was told thkt no letters were given out, but advised to go and see the station-mnaster, who was then returiing, which Idid. I said to him "are there no letters given out at all Mr- " J got no reply, bu...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Strathbogle Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 27 November 1885

Striathsbolwle Notes. ; (PROM OUR OWN CORRISP'ONDENT.) Shearing operations throughout the dir trict are pretty well over, and I unm told so far as this part is concerned the result is very satisfcictory. .Harvesting operations will come on directly and as the crops in all directions are looking well and give promise of heavy yields, the farmer has great reason to rejoice. I notice tllht the principal estate in the district is to be offered at auction next month; this should invite sole excitenluit among local land owners. L.observe that the creeks are in splendid condition, for' never was there such a growth of grass. and lierhage on the estate; probably this accounts for its heing lput in the market. By the way, how is it that the occupier of the Seven Creeks does nt oftecief take his saat on the, bench. He is if, I am no I mlistaken, the wlilest justice of the lpeace in the district, and nlore by way of con suring rather than flattering himn, I ma aiy hlsis educated and intelligen...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Violet Town Rifles. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 27 November 1885

. Violet Tow' r iti?.le. A niumnerusly-attiendd mellting was. held at Tluckett's on Saturday even'ing. MIr T. Bond occupied the chair. Tenidreo wtrs opened for supplying and eorcting aL target; Mr Kellock's. being the lowest, was accepted. Proposed and cirri;ddthat the captain coUlnunicato with tlie drill instructor as to future arrangeielnts for drill. Resolved that MAr anullie write tio HI. Gatward, Esq,, who generously offered to survey a range for the mounted rilles. Proposed by Mr GCammlie, seconded by MIr Davis, that the whole club mleet at the site of butts on Saturday,28th,to clear and erect marker's hut, &c. Proposed by Air Ganmmio, seconded by Mr Tuckett, that the formation of the club date from the 1st October last, and thie monthly paymenits couclllnce froum then. A nulm hebr of. mineibers cune forward with two months' subscription. Proposed by Mr - Walker, seconded by Mr McKenzie (capt) that the openillg ceremony take place on the 2nd December. 'hat all the JIU ...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 27 November 1885

: - TOHE ~EDITDOIL SIt,-Kindly permit me a little space Sin your journal to make a few: remarks in reference to a letter in your last issue, ?iied '.';\i overyday. Enquirer." In the first place I beg most emniphatically to con tradict "'Every tdy Enquirer". in' his statement that he or- any one elso had to stand knocking at" the :postofllice window fur 15.;or even. ten consecutive minutes before receiving attention thereat, and I say that the above statement of his is as untruu as it is cowardly, and entirely worthy of hmiiiself;' If "Every day En : ,iior" .has a substantial grievance of any S; ort,-let him in a man:ly and honest way report itto head quarters, where he and others supposed to be concerned will, doubtless, get fair play. I may lastly add for " Every day Enquirer's" information that it is not a usual thing to leave the doors or windows of public oflices open at ull timnes.-Yours etc., POST OFFICE. Eiroa, 27/11/85.

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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A Man Eaten by Rats. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 27 November 1885

A mall Eaten by b Iaum. A dreadful discov;ery was, nmad. , in Gulong_. West on Saturday, :.Avdn "thu body of a niani 'named John Hobh'y ~as found in his houso after being dead. for seven days. His face was unrecognisa??yh heing eito itivi.y liy iiti,'?id the stench in the ho.use was stifling * The magisterial inquiry held on Sturday night showed tohe' cause of death to bechrrioni diseaso of the brain.

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Orangeblossom. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 27 November 1885

Ors'ru eblUwnum, ,t. .rDuring tle last 'ew: days two young couples have commemorated what Lord Tenlnysbon dscribes' in' his recent poem on the :narrinae of the Princess Beatrice, " the white funeral of theirisihgle lives." On Thursday, 18tinst.,' iin celebrated the nuptials of 'Mr Sargood ad Miss M'Leal, OiE Gooram. The interesting ceremony took--' place at the, residence of the bride's parents, where a consider able number of friends attended.:1 The Rev. J. Weir, B.A., tied the Gordian knot. The bride was attired' i'Indian muslin, coffee lace trimminigs, and was supported by four bridesmaids, viz., Miss Clement and Misses .E. M. and iG. M'Lean, who all wore white cos tumes, and cofee-colore,l gloves Messrs P. M'Lean and W. Sargood' .officiated as groomsmen. In the evening a most enjoyable .social g thering was held, dancing and festivities being continued t:li an early hour the following niorning. MrB' and Mrs Sargood enjoy, ?their honeymoon in Melbourne. . On Wednesday last St. Du...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Tamleugh. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 27 November 1885

.. Tamleugh. FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT. The weather is very sultry of late ; the grass is dried up and the bush fires have made their appearance. On Sunday last one of Mr Cooper's paddocks was seen to be on fire, but owing to the able assistance of some neighbors not much damage was done. The origin of the.fire is unknown. A 'snake measuring over 7 feet long was killed by Mr Cooper one day last week. I believe it is the largest that has ever been seen in this district. A largely-attended ball was held in Mr Quinlan's barn. Caniambo. in aid of the Mooroopna Hospital; the committee expects to realise about £5. Tamnleugh what are you about ? Wake up and let the Caniamboites see that you can assist a good cause as well as they.

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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The Number Seven. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 27 November 1885

The uisniber Seven. When God created the world He rested onithli?'th day.' Thero:are 7 days in the week, 7 letters in; the name of Johova, 7 syllables in the Mohammedan formula of prayer la ill Allah ill Allah. Everyone is familiar with the 7 fat and 7 lean kine, the T7fruitful aid .7 barren cars of corn, 7 years of plenty and 7 years of fEuino. Jacob served 7'years for Rachel, and was cheated with Leah, and served another 7 years and .'receised 'his reward.` Seve?i clays he.was follo wed by Laban his father in-law.' When Jacob died his son Joseph lamented for him 7. days., Every 7th year the Israelites permitted their fields to re maiii idle• anid untilled- this was called the' Sabbaticid year.' At the seigo: of Jericho 7 priests, with 7 trumpets, went r.ound the walls of the city, and at the 7th blast the walli. fell. Seven timbes in 10 years were the Isiraelites held. captive in Bab?lon. : Seven times 'ten" :Hebrew schola s translated the 'Old Tostanient iinto Gieck for the Alexa...

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Obstructions on the Railway Line. ARREST OF THE OFFENDER. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 27 November 1885

Obstruetions on the Rail-. - way Linea. .iz - :o: : - ARIiEST OF THE OFFENDER. --:o :- `An exitriordinaiy attenip 'io throw the 10.30 p:m::mixed train off tihe'rails was miade oni ;Wedilesday nig?h-lait: On-'irrival at-Edroda.-bu'the up'journey from Melbourne;`the guard-reported ti" Mr Malcolm, the station master, that the. train had passed over some obstruc tion about miday between ..Longwood and Euroa; which had caused a"stopl page,-when it had been, found that a numniber of -stonos' had bee' ? planed alongtthe rails. Information was con veyed, to the policei nd: Cos'.itablle Orr proceeded to the spot indicated at an early hour next morning. :Upon inspection he discovered that about 50 or 60 quartz pebbles had been placed at intervals along the track at a place ,where the line repairers were effecting some' works. A closer examination revealed the clear impress of a man's foot in several directions, the rain which fell. the :previous - afternoon having rendered the: ground compara...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PASSING EVENTS. M. I. A. SOCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 27 November 1885

M?. I. A. SOCIAL. The quarterly social evening in co:uIeC tido with the Euro:a Mutual: Inprov:meult Association was.held in the Teinprance Hall on Muhnday evening last. when ihe Iill" i's'.; : fis fihal 'on these occasions, crowded to the doors. The elttertaLnllenlt was coummlnced by'a well-executed over tli: on tlhe pi;ano by Miss Hart, followed by an address from the President of the associatin, 'lev. 8. Scholes. Miss J. Davis pleasingly eslg " Far away," after which Mr Thus.' Godden reciteol" .Eugene Arnln's dreall" with vigor and effect. The beautiful contralto ballad " Gates of the west" was rather IrheavL in parts for 'liss E. Scholes' light, though hlastic, organ, but was a very acceptable item, a charm ing alto inmprovisation by M'iss Scholes greatly enhancing the effect of the chorus. What was appropriately termed bIy the chairmanu a "lecturetto" wtis reed by Dr McCall, who utilised half-an-hour in de scribing the sights of Paris and tile idim syneracies of its inhabitants....

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Children's Picnic. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 27 November 1885

(.I:llg Idr, -? i ai cll Sll'he annual picnic of the Stito .schools:of Euroa: and district took place on Wednios day lhst.::in the ?lmmwv Syards, that place Iming. selected insi? adoflthe site formerly resolved .up li.idoni theo banks of tIhe creek,. ,i conusequencc of .rocresuntations of thelds?l gio. of some ".of the little oimes meecting with a? Iischalnce At twelve o'clock l'arge. numnber of childrcn issomi ,bled opposmte.thc Pl' blic Hall.uinder charge of the respective teacharsi. All th iochootla within a railiiiijf oiiuno similes ?'er ioepro sented. .-HeIsaded by:-tlho. EuroaTorn Di3nl thlm'youngatils wer" th~nim mariticmod to th'dsito of the picnio, whmere ainituse mcnt Was at once entercd intm. Winemimsi Coigratust tlie hon . secretary (Mr .Pleasent) andathe members of committee 6n the idiiirimbleoairangomn nts made in connection- -ithl the day's outing, these gentlemen, ably supported by several ivolunteersadevotingthemselves heart and spOil to the iiitiatiun?ofLýsports of...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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A Leaf from my Album. THE VICTORIAN BLIND ASYLUM. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 27 November 1885

A Leaf trom nly Album. TIIE V?ICTORIIAN BLIND ASYLUM. Continued from our Last. Clang ! Claiig ! Clang !-Clang ! Clang! Clang ! What is it ? Fire ! Where am I 1 Clang ! Clang ! With a start I spring up in bed; a glance around, and memory comes to aid my half awakened senses. Not the slightest cause for alarm after all. It is the getting-up bell, that, with agon ising punctuality, rings forth its warning note at 6 a.m. daily. " Listen to the hanging of that bell, wretched bell ; what a hopping out of bed its merriment doth tell. In the frosty morning air, it would almost make you- " Shade ofE.A. Poe, Esq, forgive, but I always do get poetical when safely ensconced between warni blankets, and an hour or two to spare to breakfast time. Sounds of 'flopping and scrambling are emanating from all quarters of the building. It is evidently the early birds getting down from their per'ches, and I tmust do the same, or :I shall lose my morning's pickings. Shoo !' how bitterly cold it is, and thi...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 27 November 1885

FOR. . -. * Q^i,-EERi ST., i, BI l_-OR , A Wi B a,', acturTrs and Importers of I .t .Hae fo lr e Hie. 1` 4 has intrbdoced by us last season, and thieved a Woiýerful suecess. The knot ting mhnism is so simpl and strog x1A54 QUEST.i ST., MiELIf6UJRNE t'-t anyoneua4 n unders and Importeras ? 7 cit,:andit ha'., nO liablity td miss nc rs, t:hichnad hitherto been iso fertil .-fource as "fann.oyanc. busd loss. t For .ea monng .r ', ctie eforSlevaipg s icavess arh e . n-r ti?,i?ifis tye o? so~sim p .randfsto ndeithi116his .5 poi e in itsonrick; f06.5 hornsb intrnce by u last season, nd100.5 clues edais onn , lvrail sueceas. Tae enot-. a:~ loyad planise it reduceds icssF.o coi?ig e-o l te elev k i as afiritin cidnes are enp S, Sarge: Mill Macne ? ' foreel pplied, andkg an? othn r s ti0ig, ?l iproementstit intro ie"ni e fed edtrial ait ianereields, iPortablr 18n i ia talltn heavy eiia tof .' ,.he at, aoniewh.fjrýemiii i'*ltha good - : ^deel'of ; !undererowth -Oaiborne,' first, . tla rgestf ok...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 27 November 1885

CASEEMENT.-On the 18th inst., at her resi— derce, the wife of D. A.Casement, of a daughter. SANDERSON .-On the 19th inst., at her resi-   dence, Violet town, the wife of J. G. Sanderson, of a daughter. Both doing well. Marriage.   SARGOOD--MACLEAN-On the 19th inst, at   the residence of the bride's parents, Castle Creek, John Henry, eldest son of the late John Herbert Sargood, to Jane, eldest daughter of Roderick Mac— Lean.

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 27 November 1885

CORREMnP.ONDE CE. (We do not necessarily idenitify ourselde with the opiniouis expressed by correspon dents.-Ed.]?. To TUE EDITOR: S,- A-?s I'ium i persoiid friend of "Bar Chie's," he-has told nme in confidence, that he is extreiely sorry for ha?ing so urn imercifully:attacked the ladies,.;and gives as an excuse that he was in a uinhapliv atato of miiid at the tide lie jInneniid. his :oletter, ofi:aacount ofbeihig- badly usedl by the dear girl he loves so fondly and: in vain ; he also told me " in an humble -:spirit": that- if the ladies would try:anid forgive him, and again look on him with favor, he will yet make one of them his happy honored wife, and if se has bee;atl little negl~itedl in he)r domestic training, he will do allin his power to instruct her in theo:: buttermaking (his mia made good butter), and culinary arts,he having had a little .experience himself, and will ever strive to be an indiulgent, kind and sympa thetic husband. By inserting this, Mr Editor, I think you ...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRICKET. BENALLA v. EUROA. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 27 November 1885

(R <I(C€LET. BENALLA v. EUROA. The first competition for the Denalla Challenge Cup took place between the abovenamed clubs, on the ground of the fonner on Saturday last. Tile wicket prepared for the occasion was " a real beauty," and reflected great credit on tile Benalla club. Th oe oe team won the toss, and, electing to bat, were not dis posed of until the highly creditable score ;of 180 had been recorded, the principal batsmari being Sadlier (57) R. Jarvis (29) Richardson (25) Abbott (23) and Clark (13). i On the Euroa team going to wickets, they did not conie up to expectations, tile only players to reclch double figures be beong.-W. Enmmett (27), M'Cormick (24), and Plesentsi(13). Speaking of their play, the'Stndlard says--" Euroa did not slow that brilliancy by which their play of last season was charactorised."ý in justicoto tle visiting team, it must bl mentioned that they played onoe man short. We are sure, however, that this first reverse will stimulate our boys...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 27 November 1885

Lost. . LOST. TH1REE Large Silver-spangled. TUR: KEY COCKS. Finder rewarded on bringing same to Farmers' Arms Hotel, Euroa. S10/- REWARD. LOST about a week ago, from Euroa, CHESTNUT MARE, hind feet white, stripe on face, W B on Shoulder. Tlhe above reward will be, paid .for de livery, or to anyone giving~ infornmtion of the whereabouts, to We NEELANDS, Eiuroa. £I RE ARD. LOST from "Upotipotpon SEVEN COWS branded B qi runp. The above reward will be paid. to any person giving information as to their where abouts. W. H1 BURLEY. Upotipotpon. £ 1 tEWARD. LOST, fromt J. Webb's, Arcadia, One BAY MARE, Branded S over V on near sho,ulder; Two hind and off front feet white. " The above, reward will be given for any information that will lead to the recovery of the same. JAses WVEB, W j Arcadia." To Let. TO LET, GOOD BAKERY BUSI NESS at New Longwood, apply Mn Romnns, New Lsngwood. Churclh %otlces. CHURUCH OF ENGLAND. 1?s SUNDAY N ADnVENT. T fHE REV. F.' LAWSON WILSON 1 will conduct divine serv...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Lecture at Strathbogie. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 27 November 1885

. .. cture at . truh:Bogi. No!Aithatanding the raither unfavor able state of the elements, there was a good attendance on Tuesday niht at 3the., Strathbogie :-Wesley Girh wvhen the Rev S. Scholes;circuit fiinis ter, delivered a lectur entitled. Three runisi in the ladder of success D. Crosbic, Isq., presided over the eetisg .c " hisCh "fl'hdi-?rrtea supale oented by annunhr of local vocalists, and did good .ervice thronghout the .eveening. To t.h rtheun r noael. romeee ber fiexceedingly: wellrdthemsi's br some appropriate introductry mwiarke bwh tlie rchirmaentl, em ch ir t ean a retty piece of music, upon ,hicshtho lectureplacd his 'lddeier" th apllac betwlen ds'.we rung, as he ,proe ded, being flleed with "the music's breathing note, and the hcole crioned unwith a ocal selection' tyrpical g of th '.iel to which the revra gentleman esught to lead the hearts ands: minds of his hearers. The lecture ascdelivered with all Mr Scholes'.-well-known ability, and con thined eeiiany, sterlin...

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