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Strathbogie Events. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 27 November 1885

Strathbogie Events. (FROM OUR Own.x Correspondent.) In this district as well is in others farmers are crying out for more rain, as crops and vegetation are suffering from the effects of the dry weather.Until   lately almost everyone in the district had the prospect of a good harvest, but if things do not take a change shortly, the average yield of grain will be much under that of previous seasons. The extent of land now under cultivation in this dis- trict somewhat exceeds that of former years, and Strathbogie, though only in its infancy, bids fair to push it way to the front ranks,. in the line of agriculture. Some of the residents resort more to dairying than farming while others   devote their time to sheep. On the farm owned by Messrs Alex. and Jos seph Mack- t roll upwards of 30 cows are yarded morn- t ing and eveining to be milked, and on t several farms in the same vicinity the   method in which dairying is carried on is   w...

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

.MIlTLINERY 4a.ND DRAPERY i E.s. T: A ' B,L T S.Ii M E N T, : L R N 1E D STRETD, "E-UR O . ..>{o : RS '?L ' itD HAS on liAND.l Clhoice Aessortmieni ,MILLINEY, .. . DR.I ..APERY, UNDERCLOTINIŽ3G, tiWdding and Iourniing ?Orders.promptly Executlal. DRESSMAKTN(., DONE ON TIIE PREMISES. BOOTS AN D SHOES. [:A CAXU.] 0?TO THE LADIES of VIOLET TOWN -and surroiunding District. MRS C. R1. )DAVIS, IiRESS\IAIKER' .l..LLINPR., lily street,, Vinldt Tocn. S. ":Fit: and Style Onarn?. ltil. " MISSES Y XON, DRESS1MIAKE'IS ".on ? IlAINERHIIS, RA1L'AY' S'I'TREElT ? S lEUOA: :Straw ,lis Gleined .? 'ii tered ciito Now ind Flashiona:ble Shapes. . Also F?oathers Cleaned and Curled. THE AUSTRALIAN FREEHOLD L ?:Lxo d-id Proui:ce C'orXtAvY, (L1trTt ti.) 131 COL LINS ST1RE11 WEST. CHATEAU TAIHBILK WIN ES. Port c Pedro Ximeuca Shiraz s Yenleithe .MuscaL ts lc Isling TIermitaoge Ji Hock Cabinet , Chablis Claret ' - ". Chassalas These Wp Is obktaind Ileghest Awards 'rize Medals at Philadelli:y: 187i i Paris, 1...

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

Gauette oftlces. Mr Edgar Sleu's appointment as justice of the peace has been transferred to the Earos district. Annie Ford is appointed acting deputy registrar of births and deaths for Pine Lodge North. Issue of New Licenses approved :-John Gordon, 20a, Longwoodl; Daniel Coghill, Gobuir, 1:3a; John McPherson, 20a, Gobur; Walter. Clarke,: 20., Tourour ; William J. Lovell, 20a, Warrenbayne ; Alan McGilliv ray, 20a, Toorour ; DUiogdd McGillivray, "oa, Toorour. Applications for Licenses - approved : Peter MccArdle, 320a, Gowrangairdie and Upotipotpon ; George Heywood, 320a, Samaria ; Win. Vau han, jour., d45, VWarrenlbayne; Wmin . .iradshasw, 197a, Boho; Joseph Jones, 3Ss, Bahinattum; Ann C. O'Brien, 320a, Garratanbunell; Osert Iienderson; junr, li5;, ]loho ; Geo. White, SIa, Bhobo; Mary Henderson, 320a, Boho ; Wm. Hewish, 182a, Wondoonmlrook; Albert J. Satehwell, 3"20a; Strathbogie. Applications for Leases approved :-J-ohn Smart, ;Strathbogio, 1s59a I r 39p,; Joseph Beattie, Marraswee...

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Scraps from my Album. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 4 December 1885

l eraps frox na.y Abauma. [By " Quiz."] The sun shiues not always; neither in. it good that prosperity should endure'-for Seek.not so much to know your 'enemiesas' your friends, for where one has fallen by fous a hundred have been ruined by acquaint ances. Every mlan needs a true inward manhood. All the elements that are in us are insignifi cant, except as they stand related to that. It is with diseases of the tmind as with. diseases of. the bady: we are: half dead before understand our disorder, and half cured when we dto. Whtere a husband and wife have peace and harmoiny they, don't need a treasure. The ina3i who never excites envr, ite?er excites admiration. Every man desires to'live lono, but no man' would be old.

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 4 December 1885

AN$W\ERS TO CORRESPONDENTS. Closing of Applications for Land. In answer to numllerous enquires:-All applications for land in the county of Delatite lodged with the Land Officer up to the 11th .January, 1886, will be placed on au equal footing. J. T.-Lodge your application indepen dent of any objections. - i Little L3ird.-Not of suflicent interest.

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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A SUBSCRIBER'S SOLILOQUY. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 4 December 1885

A SUBSCRIBER'S SOLILOQUY. To pay or not to pay, that is the question VWhether 'tis better for me to refuse To take a local paper, and deprive My family from reading all the news, Or pay up promptly.what the printer aski, And by such payment, cheer him ? No pay, no paper Then no more shall I be posted on the news And local hIps throughout the town, And divers topies-'tis a consummation l'lhat I loiig have feared. To pay, or stop ? To stop ! perchance to losc-ay, there's the rub; For in that stop no interest do I take In any of th' atltirs which move the town, And such a shutlnlig off of all that's good Must mnake me pause. There's the respect Which every editor maintains for those Who come down with the ucash and ne'er delay To settle up "that little bill." For who would bear The pointed squibs and pungent paragraph. \VWhichi far too oft reflect upon the ioan Who fails to settle his subscription Bill i I'll haste me now unto the editor, And, writh lmypuasr pletlhoric in my hand, Will...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Silverton and its Mining District. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 4 December 1885

Milverton ana?ls its ining .i . District.: ,, All Australia lhas heard of Silverton andc its iich silver miiines; but as the -place is comparatively young, it- mtay be interest ing to some of your' riaders to give you a fe'" particulars about the minues, tilme localities ..&c. .The .silver' mines are scattered all over. the Barrier ranges, Which arie a elin of low hills varyiiig 'frion 50 to 500; feet in' height, and exteuditig north land south, aluost parallel with tlhe bouind:nry line between New Soiith Wales and South Australia for a distance'of over 70 miles in length and from 20 to 30 miles in. widtli.. Silver hlas beenn'diico?ered the whole length' of the ranges, while gold, tin, and copper have also been found iln variouis parts. The hills iru in chiins 1 in all directions,. with flats intervening, varying from half a mile to two miles iii width, and in some cases ten miles ii loilgth; consequently, by following the course of: the flats, travelling fronm one mining ce...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Rifle Matches. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 4 December 1885

- IRfile i4iatchcs. The final competition for Mrs Ogilby's trophy, took place on Saturday last, and resulted in MecNaujhton, a member of the Mliepoll contingent, who received a handicap of 52 points from scratch, being declared the wier, r S.J. S aJ. atchwell being second '1 h following are the scores, and the total made during the whole coinietition : Name Yards 200 300 00 4 1 Ttl.'4.T. E. Stiibling 23 1 22 61 10? C. H. Lewis 20 15 18 3 175 A. J. Satchwell 21 .18 23 62 17S WV. B. Pleasents 17 13 20 50 175 C. H. Howell 22 17 10 55 168 A. E. Footit 15 22 19I 56 65 F. Mc'haughtou 21 14 18 53 l162 R H. Carr 15 25 27 67 161 J.-Pawcett 22 17 19 5S 155 J. Barrett 15 11 16 42 148 W. Casement 15 15 13 4 14 M. McKenna IS 12 7 37 127 R. Crocker 14 15 15 44 123 T. B-ogg 8 6 ]17 31 ]13. G. Bradford S 4.?9 21 10 IL Hog 10 12 I110 32 101

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BENALLA TROPHY. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 4 December 1885

]3ENALLA TROPlY:.. 4th Conmpetitio : Yards " Name . 0 300500 600 ;Total C. I.Lc .is 10 i4 s19 4 E. Stribling 20 19 16 18 73 V.]). Pleasits 1 13 19 10 5 W. Caseilnt 1 8 2 50 5th, Competition. ...... Yards Nano 200 :1001 500 600 Total C.II Lewis i 1 4 0 1 SO W. Caseinent 17 10 10 I 20 E. Stribling 25 12 . 10 9 5" W. B. P1easents ?' ,l-16 1: i13, 55

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LONGWOOD v. BURNT CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 4 December 1885

LONG WOOD v. BURNT CREEK. The Longwood cricket club played its opening match on Saturday against Burnt Creek, resulting in a victory for the home team on the lirst innings. The feature of the day was the excllent play of Sa.ggers who .continued 22 and 31 runs by a masterly display of cricket. H. G. Sharp also did good service in the first innings and his dismissall lb w in the second caused the tumpire's decision to be severly criti cised. For the Burnt Creek, J. Brooks; rand C. James were the principal contribu tors. Loscwoon.-First Innings. : HT. G. Sharp, b J. Brook ....... 17 S, Sag.ers, run-out .. .... ... 2_ Jno. Grant, run out ...... .. O0 P1. lalsall, run out ... ... 1 S. Sharp, b J. Brook ... ... ... 0 M. lhrlsall, b Duffy ... . E. Ir.uian, e Diamond b Brook ... 0 J. E. Maxfield (capt), b Duffy ... A. Halsall, b Duffy ... ... O S. Ialsall, not out . .. 4 A. E. Maxtield, b J. Brook .. .. 0 Byes and leg-byes ... . ... ... 9 Total ... ... . ' .. 56 LoNuwooD.-Second Innings. H....

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Commercial. LOCAL MARKETS [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 4 December 1885

LOCil lIARKETS. "Mr C. . DeBoos reports prices ""ocally ae.follows - SFreah buiter "d. E.' gs 10O Fowls, 2s to s ,per pair. .Ducks 3s per lir. Turke.ys 4 to Ss per pair. Sheepskini 3d to 4-1d. liides'2d to 2.d. Inuingaroo skiis 9d to Is. id. Wdallaby Gd. to id . - Oppossum 2s Gd to 4s Gd. -Beard 0,.to 2s Gd. ?Messrs J. I. Hnntdbury and Co. re port :-Prhihne "cask butter, .9:d .;. print butter, -pritue, .9d eggs, 10d. ; honey, 3d to S-d per lb.;pigs 3dto4.d turkeys; .s to. 10s per pair ; fowls, as 'to. s; duecls, 3s to 4s id; oppossumn sikins, 2s 0d to Gs. -lfesars Gordon Bros. furnish the follow ingreport of their prices: Suask Butter (prinme) 10d. Eggs 10d. Fowls 2s to 3s 6d. Ducks 3s to 4s. STurkeys (3d per lb. :Carcas Pork 5d to 4d. Sheepskins at -o d. Hides 2d to ...: . Mir :Gall reports prices current as tltows : Hay .Chaff O3s d. Straw do. is. Pollard 1s 3d. Oats 3s.4d. -Potatoes vow, "s. ,do. seed various.

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MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 4 December 1885

MELBOUULtE MARK1 ETS. -Fat Sheep-About 27,000 were y'rded. The Market 'was -dull, and tllthough best merino wethers sold at prices equal to late rates, weight considere:d, yet' the demand for middiig a.tr- iifdiior descriptions and 'crossbhieds was inactive, and prices for such hadl a downward tendelcy.. Best crossbred 'wethers sold at from Ils. to 12s.; a few 'extra 13s. 3d.: good do., fron 9s. to 10. ; second do., from So. to Sa. Gd. ; inferior, frlom 7s. 6d.; best merino wethers, from 'Js.id. to 9s. 9d. ; good do.. from Ss. to Os. ; second do., from Gs. lid. to 7s. id. ; inferior, from 5s. ld. Fat 'lambs. --About 9000 ivere penned, rhlicli met with a dull demand, and prices wruled easier throughout. Bost sold at from 7s. $d to Ss 9d ; good, from Gs. lid. to 7s.; second from 5s. to 5s. Gd. ; inferior, from 3s. Fat -Ciadves.-About 100 were yarded, which met with a brisk demand, and the prices realised show a slight improvement on last week's rates; best soldat fromt 70s to 90s; pgo...

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CRICKET. BENALLA v VIOLET TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 4 December 1885

BENALLA v VIOLET TOWN. The first ilatcll'for thed Benrlia Chis] lenge Cup between the above clubs 'eams played on Saturday last at Violet Town, and resulted in another victory for Ben alla, who 'have thus won their two first matches, at the expense of the clubs of this district.. The fielding of Vi 'let Town during the first innings was excellent, but they afterwards fell away in a most un-, accountable manner during the second innings. Carr (23), Clarke (10), Jarvis (10), and Brown (10). were the highest scorers for Benalla, for the home teamni Neil (22), and Hartshorn (10) being the only ones to make a stand against Sadlier's bowling. We hope to see our local menl regularly practising for the next few weeks, so as to be in a position to turn the tables on the occasion of the next match. The following are the scores: BnNLLu..-First Innings. Cookson, run out ... ... ... 2 1t. Jarvis, b Neil ..... 0... Sadliir, b Ml'Shave... ... ... 2 Carr, b Neil... .......... 2:3 Lucas, c Home. M '...

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AVENEL. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 4 December 1885

---o-- 2 (reoM OI:t OWN COuiiLssPONDENT.) A very successful concert was held on YTuesday evening, the 24th ult, in aid of the price fund of our local state school, Mr 1. Donaldson presidilg. The laudable ,object of the entertainment having been presented to the :udience in a few well dliosen words by the chairman, the concert was coummenced by Miss Hart with a brilliantly-executed piano solo; a number of the school children then gave " Sweet Chiming Bells " in a very efiective manner. Miss Wortington followed with " No Sir," very archly " rendered and vociferously uncored. "In Ilapply Momients" by Mr Hill was most favorably received and the tontinued applause produced " Dublin Bay;" aLs an encore. Th'le next onl t;o 2 programme was " The Silver Rhine" bv b Miss MscDolald, sung in her usual taking 2 style, followed by ''The Jolly Blue Jackets' -Mr Sidebottom ; "Tit for Tat, " M-iss Morris, a very taking ditty ; " Beloved Eve, " Mr Plan.k, the first part closinl with some co.nic songs...

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CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.—Ed.] TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 4 December 1885

CO'REC4tPONDENCE. [We do not necessarily idenatify ourselves with the opinions expressed by corresponj dents.--Ed.] TO THE EDITOR. Sir,-Judging by the extent of talk and correspondence which " Bar One's" letters have created, they appear to hnav awak oned the ladies up thloroughly. .I am not acquainted with "Bar One," but" accord ing to his letters he appears to very well understand the subject on whichl' 'o treats. 1 agree with him in every particul lar; lie appears to be one of those who believe in a moderate way of doing every thing, and in usefulness first and ploa* sure afterwards. Although several letters have been written, I wculd respectfully point out, that not one of his statements have been contrtdicted, simply because, as he. himself says, facts canniot )he dis puted, and I trust that these letters will be the imeans of encouraging the " lasses" to pay imiore attention to tile things which the majority of them at present neglect, As to the letter signed "' Polly Perkins,...

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Miepoll and Branjee Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 4 December 1885

iepicol.n nd IBranjee :otesr IiY OLIVER DAY. The crops in this district are not looking well, considering the favourable season we experienoed.: The "take all" and blight have made their appearance, and ,have done a vast amnount of damage. Hay making is just about finished. I think subsoiling in this district would be very beielticial where the hot sun parcles up the. soil, withering young plants, and giving corn asickly hue which it would not havye. :i subsoil land.; the r.oots could creep away front the parched surface on the top, to the moist subsoil below. In a few years the rain fall, perci, lating through the soil, would bring with it, to the subsoil ta portion of the life giving liroperties of the surfacee making ten inches of good growing soil instead of the four or five inches usually worked. An acre of sub-soiled land would be as remu nerative .as live worked in the usual I hope I luho inot offended a certain Balnmattuiji young nian, by making a fow remarks in tle colunsis...

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Gazette Notices. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 4 December 1885

. : Gsazete otic ... SApplications for. Lienses Approved. Thos. Ryan, 120, ll orodomanin. alauricoa O'I?rien, 3194,, Borodomanin; Violet Crocker, 320ia, Boho; Elizabeth Vidler, 240a, Goornin;John W akenshaw, 203a, Balmat tullm; Frcdk. P. Alien, 0',:Gobur. SApplitatins i:': for Grants Approved; Ftvward Hill, lt 3r31pri: Ruffy ;.Winfred Iill,.19a 3r 3Sp, Rutflj. . .: . . Applicatione for Leases: -Approved. John P. -M3Lorphett,. 89a, 3r 17p; George tMcCoomb, 77a Or 20p,.Mlarraweeney ; James Iteaford;.319a3r 33p, Arcadia;. John Jones, i 119. 3r 13p, j Karramnomu ; William. L. Thompson,: 10l:,t -r--.r27p, l: Karramomuts ;: VWalter. C. Cole, 1l42a 3r 13p,. Caniambo; John DMon, jlnr., Tamleugli, 315a 2r lp. There'.scarce can be named one "uality that is amiable in a woman which is not becoming in, a man, not excepting oven modesty and gentleness of nature.

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Balmattum. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 4 December 1885

-,-]Ii*trnattlt. iit (FROM oUR OWN CORREsrOND?NT.) Some'of the farmers here, owing to the present low price of. grain and high rates that have to be paid for labor in harvest, have determined to try some cheaper method than by the ordinary reaper .and gang of binders to get their crops ecit down, for wheat at 3s lid a bushel will never keep the " pot boiling." To reduce this expense, reapers .and binders have beei idtroduced, two being set in motion the last week, the one by \Vood and the other by McCormick, the former owned, by Mr Wakenshaw, and the latter by Mr. Wadeson, both machines doing excellent work. The McCormick was put to a very severe test for a new machinu, being set to work in a very heavy crop of oats, six feet high, twisted and broken down ; but, notwithstanding these difficulties, went through its work in a praiss*orthy man nor, 1proounced by several farmers pre sent to be firstclass, which reflects great credit on the expert (MIr Porter) sent up by the agents to st...

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Advance Australia! [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 4 December 1885

:AI oeance Anustratlia! B'y tlio oir.tey leox P eacock Esq., 'President, ttlhe Board of Directors, we have received an early copy ofthe e Vatioual. Autiraliai,-n s?ell printed monthly journial to be issued in the initorests of the Austra lian Natives' Association. The paper is exceedingly 'well got up, and a titting rlepresentatie of tlis great and rapidly spreadingi organisatioil. The siibjoined quotation fromn its pages iS iell- 1worthy prus:al by1all 'Australians' :-":,We \ staind' upon the verge' of:'our inational history; Australia as a nation, and Australians as a people, cit hairdly boe said yet to exist ; but both'are felt to be rapidly coming.into existence. " Recidivistes Bill discussion, New Guinea annexiations and, most of all,' the Soudan c.xpodition, hlave spoken.- to thle old nations -oithiworldof'df the birth 2- -.?,' ,: : : ? ? ? :.:? -I : " ' :. / :: of a new. Not oinly has' that announce ment been, heard ir-Europo ; it has been hjiSard and felthere '. It has re-ac...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 4 December 1885

Marriage.   GROGAN -DAVEY.--On the 25th ult., at St. Dunstan's Church, Violet Town, by the Rev. F. L. Wilson, William John, eldest son of John and Margaret   Grogan, to Isabella, third daughter of Henry Davey, Marraweeney.

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