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MARRAWEENEY. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 19 September 1884

(FROM OUR Ow-S CORRESPON.D.'N.)i As I see you would be willing to publish any items of local interest, 9 inhak bold to send you a few. I sometimes take a turn round tq try if I can finud a dingo, I would like if: I could find a few as it would pay. .£3 is not a bad price. I think however puppies at 30s pay best, they are not so hard to' catch you see. Crops in general are in a backward state, but this being a late district, theliO is plenty of time ; Novemher and Decodm ber are the months that farmers expect their crops to flourish. A friend of mine (from the Metropolit~ni district) remarked to me lately that we must have first class land in blarrawceney for said lie wherever you find good land, yot find bad roads; aid there is no doubt y?ou have the most execrable roads I ever travelled. I was requested by a young maial tlhe other evening to go to his lit and look at his pets. I immediately -went. hopiig that if he had a litter of pulps I migh't persuade him to let ime go halves. I...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
STRATHBOGIE. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 19 September 1884

iMB iATi[BOGIE. (ROMr Oim OW? COUIoRESPONDE?T). A'meeting of the Cricket club was held at :Gundry's Saw Mills on, WXednesday evoning for, the purpose of, electing the office bearers for the ensuing. season. E. Gundry being elfeted chairman of the inecting. The following members, were appointed oflice beareis. E.GiundryScicr tary :and Treasurer ; M'essrs. Cusack, Emmett, Wall and Barnes, general conm imittee ; Messrs. Gundry, .Emmiett and Wall, match committee.: The first practice nmtch will be held on Saturday week at the Mills. Forty members have joined. . The warmnn weather of the Inst feir days has brought the snakes out Mr. Carew .killed one last Saturday. Mr. Jack White of Gundry's Mills met with a severe accident on Tuesday week, owing to.one of the bolts slipping back in the jinker, and throwing him: on the roller receiving some severe bruises. Selectors are on the look out for land, one forfeited piece being pegged out by several applicants. Some more near the Saw Mills were...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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VIOLET TOWN MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 19 September 1884

VILOILY-T 'ET9WN 51E1MV1. SProfessor Sample is announced to visit here to-day. . . Mr. J. G. Gailnie who for the last 12, months has occupied the position of teller' at the National Bank here, las been removed to BDnalla. During his residence in Violet Town, Mr. Ganmic has gained many'friends by whom his departure is very much regretted. His place lias been taken by a Mir. Inglis. i On Saturday evening a meeting of the commlittee of the Crickelt.Clb was held at McShanie's Hotel. It was 'decided to order freshr nhiterial for tho incoming seasoni...I;Matches were : arranged for SaturdayS and tle following Saturday, tlme former to be 'Mairried v. Single. Messrs. McShalne, i cNil and Hartshorn were ap pointed match committee. On Wednesday evening a numerously attdnded mieetilng.was held at Underwood's to arsange for tle holding of sports oni the Prince of Wales Birthday and: conver sazione in the evening. .A strong com mittee was formed to carry tie intention' ilifo effect consisting of...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 19 September 1884

COIIuEgPOIDEtNCE. (Our columiis lre open for the discussion of all questions which are not of a sectarian chhracter. We wish it to be "distinctly understood, however, that we do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions exprcssed byoui. coirespondents. All communications intended for,insertiori must be addressed to the "Editor, and contain the name an'1 address of the writer as a guarantee of good faithb.., ED "A." VIGILANCE COIMIrTTEE. (TO TiE oEDITOR OF TUCL ADVERTISER.) : SiR:-Ulitil I heard Mr. Neelands speak in the Council at last meeting I thought that the story of Rip Van Winkle was a creation of some fertile brain, but in the newly elect I perceive that Somnus has been busy during that gentleman's term of enforced retirement and clearly shows that lie must have been asleep for years. Iri seemiig amazement he asked. Who are the Vigilance Committee ? Where do they' come from, and what is their mission: Well, for the :information of the local Winkle or for any other ...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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SPRING. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 19 September 1884

NPIIIGi. Come I joyous Spring; with verdure clad, Thou mak'st the face of Nature glad. The little birds their homage pay In a wild gush of melody. It's sweet to see the buds unfold Their spangled petals fringed with gold; And peeping violet from her bed Now lifts with joy her modest head. The finny inmate of the stream Now sportbeneath the sun's warm beam; With, quick and active leap they try To catch the unsuspecting fly. The perfumed air invites the bdo To wake from Winter's lethargy, And tempts her now to seek the flower In the bright and sunny hour. Then balmy Spring we welcome thee, As the harbinger of prosperity.

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Advertiser "MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19th, 1884. SEVERANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 19 September 1884

"MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE.:'" FRIDAY,; SEPTRMIIBER -19th' 188, AT the last meeting of the Euroa Shir Council, some of: themsisebers wvished counter mieetins tobe got up in Karraz2 ~inOinsU Kialii andil around the district b?fid tlie purpose of counteracting tlie ~tfortisf one or two individuals;, who. re endeai ourinm to induces the rate payers inuthat part of=the shire: to sever. iroms Eurom, and. annex themselves to Shelepartoii. Cr. Ielir however dis uad d" them from i taking 'any such Lteps until they saw the outcome of the inefings l whicl' wiere to be held on SaturdayinK arramomusand Tamleugh ior. he said, not one in twenty will be in favor of severauce. These meetings took place as' advertised,'and from the repor' which appears in another column, it' 'will be seen that Cr Hehur's re marks have been verified, and that the ratepayers of the North Riding have shewn their wisdom by deciding to stay with Euroa. At Karramomus there wasonly onehand held up for severance, whilst at ...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 19 September 1884

* 'GCORGED'LIVEBS:. V . BUiodsfcofiditions ibnstirpation, piles, dlspepsia S. headiclie, ,eired by'".Wella' .day Apple Pills" 5d, ;and Is.;xi?cs t,:rilniýgits.U-l. Moss & Co: MCl bourne,' General Agents. ' ;. 4 H PURE BRED CLYDESDALE STALLION, TPHE LAIRD Will STAND this season at the owner's farm, and travel the same district as last season, naniely: Euro, 3Iiepol11, log- lonemby, Bal mattum, and Goornun, will r con'iunence his rounlds 1st of September. For terms and pedigree, see cards which. ca: be obtaiined fromi thel owilner or groom. JO-IINWALSH, I Gooraii,iEu Eroda. r1HE PURE BRED CLYDESDALE .. STALLaOx, P ?INC,' OF 'W ALLES Will travel ;tlingh Mieopoll, Honey- 1 suckle,' Cistle Creek anid Eorai " -Piince of Wales is six 'ysirs old, seven teen aiid a half hands highl, dark dapple bay, with four black legs, plenty of bone a and abundance of hair. He is by Cox's I Prince of Wales, pronounced in his time to be King of Stallions.. He has proved himself a sure foal-getter. ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 19 September 1884

f! 2l1ninPi Advertisemecnat. ( PROSPECTUS OF THE \ UNEE- UEE TRIBUTE. .COMPANY, TABLE L , DR CREEK. (Tob&Iefgistdered.)' j Crspsital. _£n1,iOO , in, i-&.OOO Nisaure ofROi i i cach. 2400 Shares, paid up to- 5s::per share, retaincd by present: Tributors, and 5600 to be held towirds the pturchase of Pres out Property; the reinainiiig 16,000 areo offered to the Public? ;'s:palyable on ap plitileon aidids O.d on allotmlnlt. Calls, 'if qured,;not to exceed 3d per month :Directors to:ie eledted'?it tloeFirsti - Iectiig- of Shliareholders:. , £600 of the proceeds to be appropriated: to recoup the expenditure in opei?iig up, ;re timbering, and extendinig the dexistin t?iinels-:nd other worklings the 'lalnicei (lesg pteliminarr epliinses,) to be placed, to tlihe crdit if the Coniii ny tor ards the purchase of bacliin;ery, c . Charles E: Clarke, Broker, 3t Collits Thi.s Tribite (whichl hI1s fire car' to ritii; iWith'the option of absolute pitrchi"rse for the sum of £4000 at any...

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VIGILANCE COMMITTEE. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 19 September 1884

.VIGILANCE COMMITTEE. Ix another column of this issue of our paper, appears a letter from a persoli signing himself "Vigilant," anent Cr Neelands remark, at the last' Council meeting relative to the Vigilance Cbui mittee. ' Under our ".Coiirespondence" heading, we state, that "we do not necessarily identify ourselves with the views expressed by our correspondents," but in this case, we must really, coincide with " Vigilants" remarks, that is,' with reference to the good work done by the Vigilance Committee. We are with Cr Neelands in his objection to the Council receiving deputations from this Committee, as we believe, a letter would answer the purpose just as well, but wse certainly must call that geritlemiin to account when he refers; in sneering tones, to the actions of the Committee. WVhy Cr Neelands should have such antipathy to the Vigilance Comnimittee is more than we can guess. To say the very least; they certainly do not harmt. But the question is, do they: do good. We 'app...

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THE SEVERANCE QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 19 September 1884

*TJiE 8EVERAttCoE SA hmeeting' was held in Kariamommus north.State school on Saturday afternoon, at two o'clock. lto consider the above question. Though not very largely at teiided, the nieeting was thoroughly re presentative, as the" most iiflueintial residents obf that part of the north riding were present. The Vigilance Committee were present also.: Mr John Ponstie, J. P.,. was voted to the chair. On taking the position, he thanked the gentlemen for the honor'coniferred upon hinm, but at the same time wished it to be clearly understood that lihe was in noWay.pledged or bound in the interests of the Vigilance Committee, -s lie -'was very- dccidedly oliposed to severance. " After reading the advertisements , calling the meeting, lihe asked Mr I. R. A Field, whose iaine ap peared to the advertisemient, to explain the object of the meeting. Mr Field stated that it hardly required any explanation on his part, as the ad vertisement fully notified that all' they wanted was severance fro...

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BADDAGINNIE AND WARRENBAYNE. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 19 September 1884

D.ADDA GIIXIE AAi) 7WARlREMB N&AYk-E. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT). N-ews of any kind is very scarce in this district, and I am at a.sad loss to- know what.to write ,about. While writing this, the wind is to be heard whistling round, black clouds, are gathering, so that we are in great expec tation of-some rain, which is badly needed, as without it, I anm sure I don't know what we shall do. . Mr Hart, of Violet Town, has opened a branch of his business at Baddaghnnie, and does a pretty fair trade, as is also Mr Longton, blacksmith, who forimsrl resided at Violet Town.. About three weeks since.the Primitive .Mfethodist Church, ITaddaginnie, wkas lined with soft wood, rendering it much more comfortable and respectable looking than before.: The committee of this church seeing that the "sugar" was. wanted, decided to hold a tea-meeting, which camne off oni Tuesday, September 2nd. The viands were of the choicest descrip tions, catering Ioing undertaken by h[r Rtobt. Moffat, of Be...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 19 September 1884

: peelal A? tverti.cnema!nt l. 'Question : IS .IT, TRUE, THAT A. M'KENZIE .. Of The .MELBOURNE IIOUSE, VIOLET TOWN, Isgv Is givinh a DIS-COU 'T OF 5 PER CENT To All Purclitsirss of Drapery, Clotliing, Boots and Shoes. W.iatches an? Fancy Goods, etc etc. .nswer.: "OH YES TE - -It ,isp -P.erfectly True I Called the other day wiith l!5 (Five Foundp) and Spent it in, ,. DRAPERY GOODS. He Returned me FIVE :SH ILLINGS, And I was informed that EVERYBODYi TLtECEIVES THE SAME.M 1s in tlhe'ioundti -Man, - Woman or Child. i-mlust also tell you that IlE* RSTOCK IS1 . VERY E' EG.ANT AOND -:EXTENSIVE ONE, .-, -And the value I Received for niy money was SECOND TO NONE In the NORTH EASTERN DISTRICT. Re?ein : --YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED - A. M'KENZIE, DRAPER, Violet Town. NOTICE. W E E the undersigned having DIS POSED of our Newspaper and -Job Printing Business at Euroa, Violet 'Town and Longwood' to Mr Neale, all accounts DUE to us are requested to be PAID to that Gentleman, whose receipt will be si...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 19 September 1884

FOR PAPER BAGS, TEA .PAPERS, STATIONERY, &c., .. TRY ::THE :"Al il TISER" Office. WALLLEN, • ?--? a I t, Te. w ,. Geneal torekeeper, Has a ways on hand for sale ii " " " - : ." : ofanil kinds '-B1EST S' QU l TY. " uildi'g m aterials;' ?. . ' : Bric - - . Fencing nwire, (best brands.) 'Aget f ir'Ihe :NE WX: ZEALAN)D LOAN AN!D MERCXXT-ITl'E \AGENCY CO _Melboutue C, i ?.ldva-nces ',nido against Grai and.Wool. Agen:t foi" the osnnse.rci'el5i; .Tsnion, Fire Ass.ur-nce ne ociety. - : elbourne, .Agent for the MUTUALi ASSURANCE SOGIETY ' OF VICTORIA. Agent for M'Corinack Reaper and Twine . Binder, and other . A: griculturallmplements, including : DOBIE'S SEED SOWER, PETER BEY'S DOUBLE ACTION COURNS, The mostLabour Saving Churn Known. CaishBuyer of all Farm Prod FRUIT TREES AT MELBOURNE . IPRICES, Os THE SHORTEST NOTICE. MUTUAL ASSURANCE SO CIETY OF VICTORIA (LIMITED.) Head Office, 79 Little Collins street, West Melbourne. For Life Assuranseand Endowments. Policy Holders Divide the P...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 19 September 1884

Births. FERGUSON--On the 15th inst, at his     residence, Faithfull's Creek, the wife of T. Ferguson of a daughter. Both doing well. LONGLEY,-- On the 18th of September, at Anderson street,the wife of W. H.   Longley, of a son; stillborn. Death. POYNER.--On' the 3rd September, at   Longwood, Henry Thompson Poyner, the eldest and dearly beloved son of Margaret and the late John Poyner.   Aged 21 years and 11 months'

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LONGWOOD JOTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 19 September 1884

LONGWOOD JOTTINGS, On Friday evening Septomber 5th., the Longwood Amateur Dramatic club essayed for the first time in this district a dramatic performance, which had effect of drawing a large house. Thanks to the kindness of the Railway Department, the goods shed was obtained for the occasion, and at eight o'clock when the curtain rose, this large place was fairly well filled. The piece selected was Aurora Floyd, and the parts were entrusted to Mr. P. Stevens (Mr. Floyd), Mr. S. Saggers (James Conyers), Mr. J. E. Maxfield (John Mellish), Mr. S. Woods (Talbot: Balstrode), Mr. T. Saggers (Mat Harrison), Mr. Lockhart (Steve Hargreaves), Mr. J. Robins (William Wilson), Mrs. Lockhart (Aurora Floyd), Miss F. Maxfield (Mrs. Powell), Mr. Lockhart in the role of Mat Harrison, had set himself a very difficult task, as the correct and satisfactory rendering of this character in the eyes of those who had seen celebrated comedians expound it, left Mr. Lockhart the unenviable task of meeting as n...

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UNEE UNEE TRIBUTE COMPANY, DRY CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 26 September 1884

UNEE UNEE. TRIBUTE COMP NY, DRY OREEK. P1articulars for- Wor'kij' Results for the last fourIlf m thsL. - S M1int ?R- Expenses Profit on Date.. weight. coipt for of Gold. Procurin ,Yield Gold; - 1884 :oz.=dwt l £. a d a May 5 35- 0 130 1) 4 63 9. "'7 9 7 0' 1 |00 0' 250 5. 7 1190= 0 0 137 4'10. June 16 2 193: ?11 0 11 6f0 13.10 4::46 10 1. 24 40 4 15? 19 10 1 79 9= 77 10 1. July 9 32 4 126 2 4 74-10 8 , 51 11 8 ; 21 43. 418 0 .1 .. 8916-5 , 78 12 8. August 5 33 0" 128 3 8 74 2 10 .54 0 106 Sep. 8 23 2 00 16 4 :6 0 "4 . 28 15 ° 8 337 15 1310 12 6 722 137 4 _587 10 2 AssRAcTr 337oz 16dwt sold for ... ... £1310 12 6 Expenses ...70:2.2.; ?.. p!722 13 4 Profit on four month's iworkldno87 19 0 Noto,-For the week ending September 8th, we ;onl.y 'ciusled lir iiialtihme' as several of the men were.- emiloyed ini putting in a trannmway at a lower level toj work the grourid at La bti'r sfifty. " Extracts from the Report'of MIr '?m. Hogarth, .Residenit 1 iMger - Hunts GifiGathey Creek Clainis :?...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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STRATHBOGIE. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 26 September 1884

;:(FOo OUR OWN. CORRESPONDE.NT). We had a very -severe storm hero on Saturday night, the wind; and rain wa .errific' and wore accompahied by -loud thunder and vivid lightning. The storm lasted two hours, then the rain came down o tadlily till Sufiday mbrning.; The farmers are naturally voyjutllant as the rain came in a very critical time,. and will advance *thhecrops which looked. very backward. ' . .:The lambing season is nearlyjover,anrid there is not nearly so good ai percehtfago as there was last season. -Rabbits are- becoming very..numerou in their locality, if there is not effective measures taken shortly for their exturniin"n ation:they will ore long becoine as great . nuisance as they are in the Wimmora amn 'lthor districts... Mr. Barton of Sheans Crcek had tlu. miiisfortifie to loseorie of his milknig cowsa during too severe storm on Saturday night. A limbiof a tree falling on it and killing it. f . : . .

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KARRAMOMUS. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 26 September 1884

NARflIRAHIOYUi7. - (FkROo OUR OWN CORREYPONDEUT.) The long looked for rain has come at last, but we have not yet had enough; although the crops in this district are looking better after the little we have had. Messrs l3rKay and Hammill have just completed a very neat tip dray, which I believe is the first built in Karramomus. There is some talk of a concert and ball being held in connection with our Debat ing Society. - The Karramomus people are annoyed tbhatthe letters are. ht Jleft at the State -ee-tbougl.it e coukl the .ba .:rou ht, home by thlchldten as they come: fro' eeilee~.

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MARRAWEENEY. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 26 September 1884

(PROM OUR owy cOn rsro.nDErr.) I am happy to say we had a splendid rain n Saturday night., I hope it,- has been aitii nral thimg oveortli.colony; as I know some districts required it very much. li Inoticelthat the (Euroa. doidrspondent, of theBenalla Sandard has been informed that the. association for, destroying, wild do acted vey meanly in not, passing for payment some account sent in to then. I wuldl adivis i- that. gentleiian:in" fituroe, before rushing inito -priilt to mak':liim self icquainted with the facts before stig nmatising the association as hiaving: acte'd meanly in the nmtter -, I ani cry sorry to h'ave:to ihroniclo: a sad accident that li'ipipened to a selector iitliis plae iiamed Daly, whiio fell (or rdther his horse fell'with" u?) onii Satur day last, going to Violet' Tobii bireiikin/. the pooriani's leg neai'theankle.,' AiZt makes the unfortunate affair worse is that his family is at !present in ;Ballarat, con-' sequently lie he had to go to the Melbourne Hospital...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 26 September 1884

SCOURRE UO"amDEECE. (Our columns are open for the disce?sion of. allUquestions which are not of a sectarian ch.aracter. -Woe wish it to be distinctly uhiderstood, however, that wce do not necessarily identify ourselves with the oninio.n czprewed b: or c:respondents All commrni::cations intcned ,O r insertion i~ ?si:t be icdie;z od to.th . Editor, and 3 co::tain h z nl:e.n e ,:t..'idoresi of the, writer a a guarantee of good faith,-- ED "A," NOT TRUE. (TO TIlE EDITOR, OF TILE ADVERTISER.) DEAR Sin,-Observing a paragraph in .the .Benlla.,Standardloftho 24th inst., reflecting on the character of one ?o?fif emploeeds,Y 'thereby .implicating me, :(with'your'kind permissionry through your columns,) I give the statoment a flat denial; and whoever the 'correspondent is he must. beo quite ignorant of the facts, as not one particle of the statement is.true. By; inserting this ydu will oblige. SYours truly, E. HART.

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