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Euroa Shire Council. Wednesday, Dec. 9. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 11 December 1885

EvrosMaitire Counncil Wednesday, Dec. 9. The 'isual iiaonthly meeting of thin? boruiD~l was held to-day. Present-Coun cillor Hehir (Pfesident), Birkett, Nee landb~i; Cio?ie; Giattan, and Gibson. Coatis CNUsE/ecL - From the Sedretary for Lands, to the effect that the, Seven Creeks Reserve, Karramnibin, 'would be thrown open at 'once-Received. Fromn :the Secretary df Railways; ac kno"wldgingreceipt of £12 for widening Railway street-Received;. : From the Government Statist asking for statistics of the District in order to c*ompile. the Annual ones for 1885-To be attenduE to. From the North Avon Shire, enclosing copies of resolutions of grain freight con forence, and asking for £2 2s as promised towards expenses. -On the motion of Cr Birkett, seconded by Cr Grattan, £2 2s was passed for payment. From the Melbourne Orphan Asylum, Society for Protecti6n of Animals, and St. Vincent de Pauls3Orphanage, asking for donations in aid--Referred to the Charitable vote. From J. Gardiner and Son, ...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Strathbogie Events. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 11 December 1885

t.. irathbotie Events. FROM ~U??R OWN CORRiESPONDENT. A scene 'prbsented itself here about the middle of last week which is not an every day or.weekly occurrence, it came in the form of a strong gale of "wind accompa?lied by loudpeals: of thunder, and a heavy but short' doirnfall of irin ; the latter" was received with gratification on erery'hhid, but the- gale was not so much welcom'ed, for it did harm in the cultivation paddocks by blowing down a great many limbs and trees- amongst':the :crops,' it:-put in its appearance about the. middle of the after noon and came with:such a ferocity, and .power,,that the . most stately and, deep rooted monarchs of the forest had to bow at its approach, aw:hile seine were :forced to leave, the soil which they had occupied fdr maniy yelra. '.Sunday morning brought a more plea~ini aspect, one 'whicl glaw d dened the-.heart of every farmer through out the'boniy hills of "Strathbogie; at day. break a very.:.thicik, mist was to be seen which continue...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Commercial. LOCAL MARKETS [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 11 December 1885

' X'minaerciat1 'OCXT. MARKETS S r C. Wc . DeBoos reports pricei ocallv as follows. Frt.h butti;9d> :' Eges ;1Od Fowls, 2s to Ss per pair. Ducks Ss.per. pair. Turkeys 4s to 8s per pair. . Sheepskins 3d to .4d. iHides 2d to 2d. iKaigaroo skiius 9d to i. Id. Wallaby 6d. to 7d. Oppossum 2S 6d to 4a 6'd. SBear.2s 'Od to 2s Ud. l--Measr J. E. Handbury and Co. re -o-rt:-.prmin uask butter, 9d print -butter, prime, 9-d, eggs 10d; .hoiey,3d to Sid per lb.;pigs 3dto4.d turkeys, 5s to 10s per pair; fowls, 2s .o . 3s; duckd, Ss to 41s d; oppossum skin, 2s Od to -s. Mr?sars Gordon Bros. furnish the follow ingreport of their prices: ... CUk Butter (prime) 91d. *'- Eggs 10d. Fowls 2s to 3s Gd. Ducks 3s to 4s. Turkeys 6d per lb. Carcase Pork 3d to 4d. . Shoepskins 3Blto4d. -"Hides 2dto id. : Messrs Sloe, Ogilby and Co., report.-We --leld our usual monthly- sale on Friday last. 4th December, when 850 head of cattle were yarded. On the whole last months rates were maintained, the reduction Ieing ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 11 December 1885

,. 1-o&~.i. _ -: !AP'ER I_ :AtS, ~ E.PAPEBi4iiB, :; BTATIO T k,+&c., ..:_, ý'rRY.. THE'.,". -'i,> l"i ,TI fico DAVID= ",IAUXO u& OO w0 .:--1b QUXEtN ST, MIELBOW(Ej: ; E' NGINFERS; -'BOILERMAKBRS; .,Ad.. nu rern and Importers of OERIN ER Yi -: ?-;:Hve foar Sale or Hire "THiiE.ii OSBORNE" Reaper & Twine ,.iiider. This machine in its ne" form was introduced by :s lIst .ieson, and chideed a wonderfulsuecess. The knot .ting mechsnism is- so simple a'nd strong that anyoqe can ,understand and manage "i ~ it las no liability to.miss knots, 'lidli hitherto been so fertile asource a "it'soyanr e and~ loss. Foe the coming se.aio,-the elevating canvases aret en latged:a new styleo.df :reel applied'iand umany-other-valaable improient. intro dnoed. - - S.. .. R Result of. field :trial at j=icefield. annuar, ,1884,in s tall, h. ~p.? of bWeat, somenwhat green, and.with,'a:gpod deal of undergrowth :-Osborne,. first, frith- 1l8:5 'points;. M'Cormick,. 'I0.5; Hornaby...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 11 December 1885

luzuined sotiaces. MODEL LODGING HOUSE, KING STREET, MIELU3OURNE. ESTAiLISen D 172. -FFERS thebest Accommnodation for Visitors fi'roi the Country procur able in the City. Bpn I. , id, and 6d per f'rt f oT'ndr.Q2, nce . or t.-. com J. lV?x?s, Superintendent. Taos. MIcPs . sox - 0. FEaxwic , Directors. J-xo. BLrH, J MIR. H. H. REEVES, 2eac1ker of .lusic, 4'c. Privati? Lessons with Theory £1 10 0 Ditito at his residence 1 1 0 Iarmony.& Tlhorough Base;, to advanced puIs. Intehliarg pupils may leave their ad dresses st-'tlie "Adhcr',dseri office, and will be called upon by, Mir Reeves. :W O'T I C-E. / MESSRS. --. KELL IA'.ND: CARPENTER I w ' co infoimni. the public and sur roundinginhabitants of-.,. E'`ROA AND DISTiICTl That they liate openeda first-class TAILORING -ESTABLISH • MENT In Anderson-street (late "The Adver . :. tiser.", office,' , . And hope, by strict., attention, to give satisfactibo' to customers. aLL oooDS WELL sIaIIRUNK. FIT AND. WORKI:.M XSHIP GUARA.NTEED. KELL ...

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VIOLET TOWN v. COMBINED TEAM (BADDAGINNIE AND WARRENBAYNE.) [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 11 December 1885

VIOLET TOWN v. COMBINED TEAM (BADDAGINNIE AND WARRENBAYNE.) The above match will be played at Violet Town on Saturday. Violet Town team will be chosen from the following players :-G. W. Neil, W. Davis, W. Grogan, Hartshorn, Larritt, C. Beggs, Thomas, Fenton, Sambell, Home, Walker, Lane, Noakes, E. Beggs, and McShane. The recent severe defeat of the Benalla Club by St. James, seems to have put the former to their mettle, and they, on Saturday last, completely turned the tables on their previous opponents. The St. James team was put out with 44 balls, to the time of 17 runs. Benalla made a fine score of 228. The Monea cricketers journeyed to Tallarook on Saturday, and received a drubbing from the local team, who won by 7 wickets. For Monea, C .Gadd with 46 was the chief scorer, while for Talla- rook, H. Winnell 10, A. Calnan 10; R. Patterson 24, and G. Howe 12, batted well.  

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 11 December 1885

- ' C ? -; S i_.k-+? :.:::Li MILLINERY AND DRAPERY ' S T rA:B "t I S HI 3 E2T; ' . I.. KiELAIND STREET;, 'EUROA. G . M-S ELEYLAND rB ,on HAND Da Choice -Assortment MILLINERY. DRAPERY, . UNDERCLOTHING, :ac?., 'c ' Wedding and Moiuriing Ord?ers promptly Executed. 'DRESSMAKIN(G DONS ON THE 'PREMISES. BOOTS AND SHOES. ., A CARD.] iO THE LADIES of VIOLET TOWN - and surrounding District. -` -MRS C. R. -DAVIS, - i. ~ DRESSMAKER .. 4 L LfJl R, Lily street,; "Violdt: Town. Fit and Styil Giaranteed. - ~rtiSSES ' -YOXON, DRESSMAKERS AEsD MIILLINERS, RAILWAY STREET, - ..".. . . . Elf.OA. Straw Hats Cl~~ned, and :Altered into New and Fashionable Shapes. Feathen Cleaned and Curled. THE AUSTRALIAN : FREEHOLD LA.n. and-PnoDucE COM1PAN., (LnTrED.) 131 COLLINS STREET, WEST.' .:;, 'CHATEAU TAIBILK" W IN-E S. Port P:.edro Ximenes :'Bhir"z' . Verdeilho ? Mlseat Reisling Earmitage , Hock Cabinet a Chablis ' laret Chassalas Those Wntes obtained Highest Awards: Prize' Medals at Philadelphia, 1876 ; Paris, ...

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Riggs' Creek State School Picnic. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 11 December 1885

Riggs' Creek State School     Picnic.   The annual picnic in connection with the Riggs' Creek State school took place on Wednesday Week ; over 300 persons   availing themselves of the opportunity of enjoying a holiday, such a congregation of people never before assembled in Mog- lonemby, and without any exception,   everybody seemed to enjoy themselves to their hearts' content, in every imaginable way peculiar to public picnics ; from beginning to end nothing occurred to mar the enjoyment of the day. Mr Thos. Godden, the head teacher of the school, being a most efficient master of cere- monies, and being ably assisted by so many ladies of the district, nothing was   left undone to satisfy the most fastidious appetites of visitors, and the school child- ren. Indeed, it was one meal which lasted all day ; long to be remembered by the children, as one of the happiest days of their lives. All were unanimous in...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 11 December 1885

Death. FORD.—At Newstead, on Monday, Decem- ber 7th, Emily Ford, aged 23 years.  

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VIOLET TOWN POST OFFICE. Departure of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 18 December 1885

)TIOLET TOWN' POST OFFICE. Departure of T1a.i.i. S'IAusledse at Violet Town Post OtliLc as follaws: For Melbourne daily at 9.30 a.m., an; -5.30 p.m. ' ForTamlecgh, iamnleugh North, (loos bag), and Camnambo-Mondays, Wednes days, and Fridays. Mails made up pre vious night 8 p.m. For Mslrrraweeney (loose bag), Boho S-(loose bag), mid Strathbogie North (loose bag)-Tucsdays, aendFridays, 10.40 p.m. For Barrington's, Caniambo (loose bag)j -Mondavs, Wednesdays, and Fridays. Mails: nade up previous night 8 p.m.

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Australian Natives' Association. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 18 December 1885

A ntr'n'r A iEatives' Aeanes!a. .pA mreli· eetingof .Natives as held at Sutherland's Euroa Hotel on Wednesday evening last, to consider the desirability of establishing a branch of the Association in Euros. There was a large attondance present. Mr W. B. Pleasants ' was voted-to tlhe chair. Mr'Ford, who has had experience as an officer and member of the Association in the Creswick dis tiieT?, oitered-into "a- lengthy explanation of the aims and mode of working of the A:N.A.? It was, lihe said, .the premier benefit society of the colonies, and had the additional advantage of being a purely natiotial institution existing for the wel fare 'of Australia and its people: All native-born males were eligible for mem bership; and' might join as honorary or benefit members.. For the payment of 10a syarly in advance, an honorary mosnm b'er leithe privilege of a voice and vote in all business affecting - the Association, with the exception of finance, and might hold any office. On payment of £3 ...

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Violet Town Licensing Court Wednesday, December 16th Before Messrs Wyatt, P. M., and H. Linard, J. P. PUBLICANS' LICENSES. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 18 December 1885

Violet Town Licensing ' Court* f'ednlsday, December 16th. Befdre-Mesars aWyatt, P.M., and II. Lisnard, J. P. PoBLICANsS' LICENSES, New licenses were granted as follows: Mrs Underwood, Violet Town; John Kelly, Violet Town; William Lehman, Tamlough ; John McShano, Violet Town. VWIse LICEvszE. Alfred Curtis Tuckett, Violet Town. BILLIARD-TABLE LICENSE. John McShane, and W. Lane. PETTY SESSIONS. TnuAncr. McNeoo v. Mary Ann Dean, not send ing MIary Ann and Margaret Dean to school the required number of days. In the first case fined 3s Gd with 2s 6d costs, this being the second offence ; a fine of. 2s 6d was recorded on the second count. Same v. Margaret Block; sasio charge, and a fine of 7s 6d, with 2s Gd costs was inflictedl., Sameo v. HI. Sanderson; fined 2s 6d with 2s Gd costs.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 18 December 1885

W ANTED.-GENERAL SERVANT Apply. Mrs N- oAKES, Violet Town. NYANTED.-A SERVANTforgeneral household 'oik-;.-Apply at the Presbyterian MInse. S . OR SALE. A TEAM OF EIGHT WORKING ,.,BULLOCKS, :anud -WAGGON:.- Apply OHN McCOMBE, Strathbogie. OFOR SALE, 320 ACREStof GRASS. Good Creek Frontage. Apply . '"]V.A ssTEE, Lobngwood . TITE sincerely thank all those persons . wh' gve their kindassistance at the late lire. `" S; :? THORPE. JNO. GALL. gTRAYED into miy pddock Tamlough; "k ta?o RED and WHITE: fEIFERS, rising two y'ars old; branded C off rump. -' If , not: ;claimed and expenses= paidiwill ;THOisiAS MOYNXHA4, (:T uei;· r 'Tso eugh. December10 : 1 . .: LETTS ?DIA:RIES.., FOR SALE At Adrcrtiscr Office, Euroa. Announcements. " LONGWOOD. .-AN N UAL RACE S. BOXING; DAYi DECEMBER ,-2, 1885. STEWASDS - Messrs J. E. Maxfield, C. Puddy, H. Richey, M.: obins, John gt Doyle,: L. 'Nicblsdn, 31h tunms, J. . Grant, J. Brooks, S. Becroft, S. Saggers, A. Kong Meng, T. Hlealy, B. Commons, J. W. Bell,' ...

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Euroa Licensing Court. Thursday, December 16. (Before Messrs, Wyatt, P. M., and Gibson, J. P.) RENEWALS OF LICENSES. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 18 December 1885

Euroat Licens ing Court. Thursday, December 16. (Before Messrs, Wyatt, P.1M., and Gibson, J.p.) • RENEWALS OF LICEN{dES. .Grantedi ais follows :--M?ra H. Hart, Seven Creeks Hotel, Euroa ; Mr CGeo. Sutherland, Euroa Hotel; Maurico Garrett; Euroa Inn, Euroa; D. MIcKer nan, Royal Hotel, Balmattum; Arthur Sheppard, Farmers' Arms Hotel, Euroa; Thomas William . Curtin, Strathbogio Hotel, Strathbogie ; Sarah Kiernan,Long wood; Margaret Hamilton, Longwood; Henry Richey, Commercial Hotel, Long wood; Edward.Hill, Longwood. An application for a transfer of license from Samuel Stevens to Cornelius Meagher, Miepoll, was 'refused. BILLIARD ABLE. LICENSES. Geo. Sutherland, and Hannah Hart. TEMPOnARY LICENS-e. Geo Sutherland, New Year's Day, at Euroa sports, Thomas William Curtin, Strathbogie, :Boxing Day Races; * - .COLONIAL ?W IE LICENSE. Traiisfor'gra nted from P: F. bcCluskoy to James Hogg, Euroa. " ''GRocEK's LICENSES. J. E. Hfaiddhifiy, Euroa, and Wm. _Allen and Co., Euroa. PETTY SESSIONS." ....

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A Leaf from my Album. THE VICTORIAN BLIND ASYLUM. [CONTINUED.] [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 18 December 1885

A Leaf from my Album.' TrE VaiToRaai Bars AsYLUM. [COST'INUED.] Surely this is a secret ini ciplher.: No I niorely a letter written by one blind per- c son to another after the proveoibial rules. Reminds you of telegraphy, does it not ? ' Sdot, space, double dot,. space, dots at angles, and. so on ;. these :re. the imlple nients wielded in the cause of learning: 0 Bi-dle, framie, and pins, look like kniitting pins. All letters going and coining to and from the inmates pass through the • sipeii?teident's' hai.ss--another rule, I ,presume. However does that blind girl manage to work that sewing machine, and . a tolerably straight sean she halos stitched, too. Yes, the plain sewing is beautifully done, all due regard to. knots and the uisiderneath of the fell being duly observed. I see the sewing mistress pays remarkable attention to her pupils, and considering, with a little help from the school mistress, she teaches and superintends all of the fancy work done for sale, and that the '...

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Ensilage Fodder at the Doakie Farm. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 18 December 1885

En?islasse Fr el?der at the Doalkie Farm, The "question, of ensilage fodder is gritually forcing itself upon the attention of colonial stock-brecders, and in view also of the popularity that the system is acquiring in Gieat Britain, experiments for its production are always attended with interest. In the November report of the proceedings at the Dookie Farm, which have just been received by Mr Martin, the.Secretary for Agriculture, the manager, Mr Heardmon, furnishes as interesting description of a silo that has recently been :oonstructed on the farm, the tilling of whichl fdr green fodder for experimuentdl purposes has just been com pleted. Theisilo is in part an excavation, the remainder being built overground anid roofed with iron. Two hundred and fifty yards of earth were excavated from a pit 33ft 3in long by 18ft wide, 10ft deep, and the sides'and floor bricked, with wall Din thick. The silo is divided into two compartments by a l4in brick wall. A box drain, a little lower than...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 18 December 1885

NOTICE TO CORUESPONDENTS.* Severald lady and gentlemen corres pondents are referred to, the. footnote to ' Pater's " letter ini a recent issue.';

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Scraps from my Album. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 18 December 1885

:J craps fronunnayiA1sisam. S [By'" Quiz:"j "The :world and I are fricnds. When I depart . Upon the th?reshold I'll shake hands; with life As with it geneious and cheerful host \Vho gav Ine e ample welconie 'neath his :roof." " The flight of years lhowS fast, how fleet How like a wingidd angels'feet." "The -way to faie is said to be like th& way to heaven, thiough much tribulation.'. 't:Lt us drown 'i-: sweet oblilvion the aixious cares of .life-by alternate study, alumber, and grateful indolence.' . P For 'tis rare if wealth iuicormnon S Comnnm sense can share.'' : :.'There is trin philosophy in tirefollo?win lines: . ' " " There's many a trouble Would break like a bubble, SAnd inito the waters of Lethe depart, Did w-o not rehearse it, And tendeily nurse it, And give, it h permancent place in the h e ia r t . " ' ; Y - : " 'A trn man never frets abouL his place ein:the world; but jast slides into it ly: the ,gravit.ib on' of liis natitre, and swings there as as ais a star. ...

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Benalla. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 18 December 1885

--*-.'''""-.: .; e- flit*'-- ----- , ~ (FROM OUR. OWN COIRRESPONDENT.) Heat and dust are the principal topics here, as I dare say theyare in Euroa. Our cricketers met the Corowa boys on Saturday last, at Corowa, in a Challenge Cup match, and got " fits," the scores being-Bonalla 55, Corowa 139. It.is only justice to say that we sent a very weak team, but this is very cold comfort indeed.;. Coming so soon after the St. James fjisco makes it all the more galling. I am still hopeful, however, that the cup will be retiained in Benalla Quite an innovation in Sunday school treats was introduced here on Friday last, when, instead of the time-honored pic-nic, the Trinity Church school children were invited to. q tea and magic lantern exhi bition in the Rechabite Hall, whichiproved an .immense success. A magnificent Christmas tree 'vas introduced, from which - Mr Wravgham, attired in snow white costume as'. Father Christmas, handedthie prizes won during the year. The children all vote in fav...

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TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 18 December 1885

TO TIIE EDITOR. Suit, -It is usual at Christmastide, in miost English-speaking -ommunities !to haven achoral -scrvice at eomie of '.the. churches on that day. Could not the same be inaugurated hero, and let us hear oncumorethe beautiful Christmas anthems so dear to English hearts ?--Yours etc.; CHURCHMALN. Euroa, December 15th, 1885.

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