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Strathbogie Events. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 18 December 1885

Strutthbogie ]Events. (FROMi OUR OWn CORRESPONDENT.) Very warin weather 'lhas bHe ex-' perienced here during the past iveek, but \Wednesday evening brought a delightful 1 change, whenll several- .beautiful showers fell at short intervals, which ]has again re freshed, the crois, and utrged them on once more to make the harvest throughout the' locality a satisfactory one. The picnic in connection with Mr Boyle's school, Strathbogie East, took place on W\edniesday,-and proved an un-' qualiifed success. Not a stone was left unturned by those who took an active part in the atllir, to make the day a most en joyable time to all present. Alarneg both was erected, when the good tlhings pro vided, to satisfy the. inner. man werei laid out in the'best of style,;arodnd which gathered about twelve o'clock, grand fathers and grandmothers, parents `and guardians, youngmen and maidens, for ward. youngsters, and prattling babes. After the eatables had been heartily .par taken of, sports of various k...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MARRAWEENEY. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 18 December 1885

r ^'MA RRAWEENjY. FROM -OUR OWN CORErPONDENT:r "-'' A splendid rain fell here about 3 o'clock on Saturday afternoon, and: continued steadily for an hour. It iill do a ;great amount of good.' Mr S: Bryant lost a pony in a rather peculiar llalnr on Saturday. ?e was in the.paddock. trying to. catch the: shim~l, which led him a chase for some time. At last Mr Bryalnt rounded it into a corner of the fence, when it rushed past himi'and in doing so, gave its body a sudden twist. and broke one of the- fore legs. ::After: going about 100, yards, it -came. to tho ground, in such a condition that it had to be put to death:. Mr Riddell,. a member of the Violet Town Riflest acted as -xecu tioner. - Standing some 30 yards. distant, he put a bullet cleverly between the- eyes of the sufferiig animal, and a second one imndoi-'the ear. ,. A son of air MIeadows was bitten by a siake on Tuesday. ' He wasclearin', some rubbish out of tmhe stablo,and on lifting some bags was bitten on" the leg by, a rept...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 18 December 1885

YODEL LODGING IHOUSE, KING STREET, .MELBOURNE. ESTABLLSHEP 187i. O FFERS the best Accommodation for SVisitors from the Country procur able in the City. Bn:s Is, 9d, and Gd per Night. Every Convenience for the com fort of Lodgers. J. Wsrm?se, Superintendent. Tuos. MhcPLtERSON 10. FENW?wc, Directors. Jso. BiLTIT, __.T . H . M O-Y L E, (Late Land Officer, S&csymour.) GOVERNMENT AND GENERAL AUCTIONEER, -Stock. Land, Insurance and General Commission Agent, SEYMOUR .. Business of allkinds with the Lands Department Conducted. Agent for : Royal Fire Insurance Comupany. Colonial Mutual Life Assurance Society, (Limited.) A WORD IN SEASON. Twenty-eight Years' Practice in this Colony - On SPECIAL DISEASES S. IIas given Dr. L. L.: SMITH Thes Most Thorough Knowledge - Of Disease in all its Ifitricacies. IN ENGLAND He was Assistant to the Greatest Syphilographer'in the World. DR. ROBERT JAMES CULVERWELL, Londob. Thus, in visiting DR. L. .L. SMITH PATIENTS Know They are consulting one who C...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Arrivals of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 18 December 1885

;,. .Arriv asi of Wifsil8. hnus ariivc at Violet Town Post Office as follows : From Melbourne daily 10.35 a.m., and -7.2 p.m:. From Tamleugh, Ta nleugh North, and 'Caniambo-Mondays, W?ednesdays, and Fridays, 4.30 p.m. - ,From Mlarraweeney, Boho, and Strath $bogie .Nolrth-Tuesdays, and Fridays, :6.30 p.m. - - From Gowangarlie,-Tuesdays,- and; Fridays 10 a.m. From 3Barrington's, Ca:iambo-Mon day, Tuesdays, and Fridays, 4.30 p.m.

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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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, 18th DECEMBER, 1885. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 18 December 1885

"Let all the ends thou ais'st at be.thy Counity's, - Thy God's, and Truth's.' FRIDAY, 18th DECEMBER, 1885. LAST week we ventured the predictio'n that the Education Bill, as brought in by the :Government, would not pass into law, despite the earnest endeavors of several hon.'nimbers. The need for a redistribution of seats has long been evident, and in no electorate is this injustice more glaringly, apparent thani in 3Moira, where the representation is ridiculously inadequate. The Govern ment measure,:however, was: a piece of legislation to which no true well-wisher` of the countryv could give an unreserved sanction. "'-Crude, inefficient, umarked by;hasty- consideration, andd burdened with Inev-fiianld principles of electoral refornm the pleai of . urgehny" v was utterly insufficient .to cci?e, ;its many inequalities.. Memnbers of the House allowed a- laudable- desire-to-do-justice to,the constituencies interested, but natur lly demanded timie to consider the novel features proposed ...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Arrival of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 18 December 1885

.Arri a! crf fleat*. IuaLs arrive -at tlhe,Euroa Post, Ofice as follows . from Goiranu, Merton, Doon, Main: -?ample anid Mansfield, at 5.20 p.m., Sun -dayas excepted. _ rom Jamieson, Mondays,WednesdaLr -and Fridayvs, at 5.20 p.m. From c iepoll, -tMiepoll South, Kar .-ramoinuus South, on.Mondays, :Wednes days, andFridays, at9 a.m. S..Riggs' Creek, Tuesdays and Fridays, Sl11a.m. r ", -From Shean's Creek, Stratmbogie, antd, "Stritlibogiue West. on Wednesdays and' Saturdays, at 5.30 p.m. ,From.Balmattum, ?odndays, .Wednes? d-ays, at 5.p.mn, Melboure upaiid down train, daily, at 410.17 a.m. MiMelbourne up train, daily at 7 p.m. Down train daily, at 0.15 p.m.

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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EUROA POST OFFICE. Departure of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 18 December 1885

*EUROA POST OFFICE, Departure Qt atalls. Sif;olo3e ia a E5IuroaToal Office as For Goor=m !verton , .Soon, M a - .dampl;eand Aianafield- ati .am.,dafly, wSmidays excepted .-For -Jamieaon, f Tucs sda, '£hursdays, and Saturdays, at 11 a.m. i: For Miepoll, Miepoll South (loose bag),. .-iridKntranimomnuSouth Mondays, Wed inesdavs and Fridays, at U11 a.n. - -- Fr Sheasi's Creek (loose bag), Strith "--bogio, and Strathbogie West (loose bag). -;on Wednesdays and Saturdays, at 11 a.m. .For Biimatt~um, Mondays, Wednes d" an and Fridays, atll '.m. n Riggs' Creek- 'Iniesdaya -and -Fiidays,. _;at 11.30a.m. SFor -IMelbournee up anid lown train, -;daily-at 9.40 a.m. .For 3lbourne up and down trains, &ily, at 5.30p.m.

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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The Week's Essence. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 18 December 1885

The Week's Essence. "The muffled drum rolled on the a,' IWarriors with stately step were there,I On every arm was the black crape bound, And every carbine was turned to thegrund, Helmet and sword were laid on the pall, . For'twas a soldier's funeral." Remains of the late Sir Peter Scratchley S interred it the StKildasCemeteryon Wednes day. . Great Salvation Armi y Demonstration ain Melbourne, sympathy with Mr Stead. r The S. S. Papua is a total wreck. . Two children burnt to death: at Dubbo. N.S.W. S Regatta on the Barwon, held by the C Geelong Grammar: School, an . immense success.' Nice.to be a Governor, as shown by the following list of salaries.-Victoria, Sir H. B. Loch, £10,000 ; N.S.W, Lord Carring- 5 ton, £7,000 ; South Australia, Sir W. F. C. Robinson, K.C.M.G, £5,000, Queensland, Sir Aintoney Miiograve C.M.G.F.,-Lu,000 S New Zealand,' Sir \W F. D. Jervbis, i:.E.iK. C.M.C.B., (allowances Lo,500) L000;Tasma nia, Sir G. C. Stralran, (allowancesL1,500) I L3,500: Western Austral...

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A Word About Boys. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 18 December 1885

7; A-Worda .ao1ust oys. The average boy.begins to be a nuisance within twenty-five to thirty minutes after he is born, alnd rapidly goes on from bad to worse until his whiskers are well developed and he has boys of his own. Talk about women being the original cause of sin ! VWhy, there is more "pure cussed ness" wrapped up in a twelve-year-old 1 boy than you could crowd into the busy brains of all the women ii'the world, old or yong. The smnall boy takes to devil menit by instinct, same as young goslings i take to. water. We unce knew of a boy who fell out of his' cridle, and then, no one being near to answier' his yells, lie crawled'across the floor.totthe fire-place, t raked some cinders out On the hearth and rolled over 'into' thein; nearly burning1 himself to deatli just to spite his mothdr,. who left hinm alone !for, at -.few. moments while she ran in to a neighbour's to swap a little gossip. Did' aiy ever see a six months old boy thait would miss an op portunity to pull a lamp...

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Commercial. LOCAL MARKETS [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 18 December 1885

'- 'LO4 ?,IAd.RKETS Mr (' . L. D,'.oA ,,.potý. Jn'iced. -ggs I1d - -owls, 2s tc 3o per pair. iDucks 8s per pair. S'.Turkeys 4s tob8s per pair. Sheepskins 3d tog4?d. -Hides 2dto 2d. - SKangarou skins 2d to-le.:ld. :Wallaby Gd. toiT. .OOppossus 2s'Gd?co4 ddId. 'Bear 2s 01 to -2 Gd. :~easrs 3. I. Hnudburv and Co. "re poit:-Prime Cask butter, 9d ; print .butter, prime, l1d, d, eggs Od 'honey,; d to '3?d per lb.;pigs 3dto4 d tuarkeys, 5s to 10s per pair; fowls, 2s to 3s; ducks, 3s to 4s.Gd; gEppossum skins; 2s OdtG; - 'tG :Messrs Goidon Bros. furnish the follow ...ing report of their prices: Cask Butter (prime) 91d. Eggs lid. Eowla.2s- to 3s Gd. Ducks'3s to 4s. Tiurkeys Gd per lb. -'Carcase Pork 3d to 4a. >Sheenskins 3d.to 4d .. fHides 2d to d...' " . ·5ir? 3..Ga ilitendo crrywg on Isis business in temporary erection at tlhe'rear "of his .previous.store. He reports as - follor?i :- ?ay Chaff 4s per ent. Bran is per bushel. Pollard is 4d "Oats 3s 3d.

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

PAVER BA0S, - 'fl- . " U,." - ' o , -'-lGINEERS, BOILERMAKERS1 i re?f? r Sale or Hire SOSBORNE'" Reaper " th Xinder. - This machine in its new form was introduced by us last season, and ehieved a wonderfulsuecess. The knot Ling mechanism is so simple and strong that anyone can understand and manage it, and it has no liability to miss knots, -whichhas hitherto been so fertile asource of annoyance ind loss. For .the coming season, the' eleating caniases are .en .-arged ' iinew style of- reel appliedi and - any other valuable:improvements' intro lduced. Resilt oi Sold trial ai Lancefeiid 'aniuary, 1884, in istall, Hieavy eropbof ?.heat, soinewhat green,ini- with a goodd deal, of - undergrowth -Osbrne, ' first,; with 116.5 points 3:'Corinick, 106.5 ; Hor?sby,- : 102.75;. Johnston, 100.25.; Samnuem?ons . . -?i. Our Iinproved Steamn ThresliingPlants, areexpressily designedlforti producing a perfect sample from thediriet and dirtiest crops and their capacity for' Work is un bqualled. W ae ...

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

usuuiness NoticesT i i COACH-PAINTING. RS J.IE: BISHOP begs to inform the public-that having secured the Services of a : FIRST CLASS COACH PAINTER, 'Having a Large experience in .Melbourne and Sydney, she is enablcd to offer SPECIAL, INTD.UCEIMENTS To those cquiring their VasIcmas PAI?TED for the Comiing Season. Only the best Materials kept in stock, and all work done in any: style to suit 'customers, and at the lowest'price com patible with good workmanshiip? Note the address: SMRS J.. E. BISHOP .{ "THE" EUROA COACH FACTORY;, (At Simpson's) ANDERSON STREET, EUROA. 0. S., SANDERSON: BINhas sTREET, clUiOA, BEGS to inform the o-inhabitants ?of EUILOA, -LONGWOOD, 'And surroundiing district, That he has Commenced Business in Euroa as an ::.-RATED .WATER .& CORDIAL MIANUFACTURER, Anr drists" to, receive a fair measure of support. .:.W -NEELANDS H AVNG :seccured the Services of a "First-elasu Confectionser, is now prepare'd to supply -WEDDING :-AND 1CURIS8TIAS c tiKES, dnall n'otl...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 18 December 1885

-MiELBOURNE MARKETS. at-Sheep--The market was well supplied, "about 28.000 yarded, inclusive of stores. Best merino weathers sold at figures equal to last week's rates, Iut inferior descriptions and crossbreds were very dull -of sale, and * prices for such Liad a dow?lald tendency. Graziers purchased freely and wereof assis -tance in clearing the ýlmarket. No heavy :erossbred nwethers were yarded. Good sold -at from's 0s tdOs; second, from 7s Gd toSs d ;' inferior, from GL Gd. Prime merino wethera.from 9s to 10s; good, from Ss to 8s "d ; second, from 6s Gd to 7s ; inferior, from Ss Gd.. .Fat Lambs.-6,500 were penned. Those - duithbleto trade -requirements sold-at last Seek's improvsd sates, but for indifferent -sorts prices were slightly easier. Best sold from 9s to Os ; good, from 7s to 8s second from 5s Gd; inferior, from 3s Gd. Fat Cattle: About 1900 were yarded, a fair rpproportion of,'which were suited to tndeo ",requirements. 'There was an active demand o for bestdescriptions,...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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CORRESPONDENCE. [We do not neccessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by correspondents.—Ed.] TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 18 December 1885

CORREtPOXOlEXCE. [We do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions .expressed by correspon dents.-Ed.] 4 c ' : TO THE EDITOR. Snci;ZI have boon arixioisly watclling your Columns for the balance-sheet in con nection with the Prince' of Wales' Birth da?y sports, but it appears to me I may watch and wait.. This has frequently boeei the policy of the promoters of sports 'at Violet Town, and goes a long way towards damaging our credit. Subscriptions are collected from the inhabitants-how.much nobody seems to know; the sports take place successfully, and we are told "there is a good balance to' credit.'-. This is sup posed to be quite sufficient for the general public, and to ask anything further is regarded as a crime. But, sir, I submit that, for their own credit, the promoters should always publish a list of receipts and expenditure. As a member of the cricket club, I deem it only right that we should know exactly how :we stand, and that the public who subscribed should also ...

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Shadows of Coming Events. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 18 December 1885

8ha.dows of Conwinag Events. The Longwood residents issue an attractive prograunne? for their annual sports on Boxing-day, which consist of horse racing, for wvicli £401in prizes is offered, and a grand enteirtainient in tile evening, the first part of which will be taken up by an amateur performance of " Aurora Floyd.";: Thetnmembers. of the Dramatic Club have for some time been in active rehearsal of the piece, which promises to be of exceptional merit. The second part is to consist of a concert, for whichi talent has been secured fromn all parts of the district. The Euroa Town Band has been engaged for the day, and will prove.a' great attraction. The course has been largely imlpro?ed since last year. Boxing Day falling on Saturday, the young folk are precluded. from finishing up with the usual dance, but,determined not to be outdone,a grand ball has been arranged> for' Newo Year's Night, which will doubtless' attract the customary large attendance. Boxing Day is also the date ...

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

(FROM OUR owN COIRRESONDENT.) ?.It ?vas with regret- that. 'your. many readers here, on- thli-receipt of'Friday's issue, road the announcement of Miss Ford's death. Although ieported some few days prior, many could not realise such to be the case, and it was not uintil Friday's paper ,came,n that the sad-news was . con firmed. The suddoen and early- decease of thei youn hlady made quite a sensation, and mianyarethesynipatheticwords Uttered for-. her bereaved family in their, sad trouble. The residents here have been living in .hopes:of,. a rail station by this, but it' is evident that we are to have another sea son's toil of carting our griin to Euroa, and that is anything but pleasant ; .per 1,apsif some of the heads of the depart ment had a few days' tirvelling in the dust and heat; they wouldconcludeatonce what we ask we are justlyo ciititled to, I amas much disappointed as anyone, for I have often remarked of late that we should hear the neigh of the "irbon horse" arrivin? and t...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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EUROA POST OFFICE. Departure of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 23 December 1885

EURO A- POST OFFICE. Delprarts ot. l ii. " S~fiirs bse '?tthe the Euroa YPost Office as ifollows:-.- . - c 'bz orb'rauo nfeirto, Doon, Main ,amanple, and iiIansfield at11 a.in. daily, tindays eekelted. For Jatiiieson, Tueniiys, thuma ays, thii Sat.urdays, it 11 a. h. !'"lrhr .1iopoll, 1lfieproll Soulth"(loose bag), :~n'd Karramtiomus, South Mondays, Wed tesdays and Fidays, at .1 a.th. ._For.Sheatn's Creek (loose bag), Strath bofe, aid Strathbogie West (loose bag). 'on Wednesdays and Satturiays, at -11 .mn. .- dor .Jdilratturn, Mondays, Wedunes 'das, and Fridays, at 11. a.u. :.Riggs' Crcck- Tuesdays and Fridays, :at .1.30 J.m. 'For helbu'tue up -and down itrain, S*daily at 9.40 at.m. ?For Melbourne; up and down 'trains, daily, ait 5.309,. . hitsrs arrive "?i:l the EurtoPost Office as -follows *--. .lFron- oorinii lirMi ton 'oon, 1fin danmle an~i li:ansfield, at 5.20 pian., Sun ?iays excepted. S .'Fidrii Tianiiesn, Tonidys, 'Wdusitdsdays rand Fridhtys,-nt 5.20 t :lhi. -From, Micpcll, ...

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A Tussle with Immigrants. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 23 December 1885

A T:ussle .i .wita , i i wgrants. Tile .Ethnological Society of North America wished me to photograph-types of immigrants arriving from Europe at New York. Cistle-Garden is where all steerage passengers' land, and- I was. allowed every facility by the authilrities. , I bega .with an Italian,; swarthy, under-sized, dressed in velveteen, and scented'"with" garlic. AssI placed hi~ in frontof thei camiera he said "'Ulh been ,here before; . -3h ,-no greenhorn. Ai know the ropes a. You take a, pictura -don't .cost you's centa, you- don't pay me a dolla;-ah make a dam "face -a so youdonri't getta" the pietura. You don't' picka me up a sardine., :I sale the'bananalases year in New York.:. A Frenchniin was the' iext shbject!. Tall, imagre piolite, ,id talkative .. "Sare" lie remarked, "ze photo graphee ees not to ne'for ze first taine. Ze art'of all Iini faind himiselfiit mihme in mai countrie-la belle France. I also am airtist. I make zeowall pipaiire to beautify ze house. I am artist in ze...

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The Political Crisis in New South Wales. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 23 December 1885

The Political Crisis in' \ew S°- Slouth alec : :: - It is now generally understood that Sir John Robertson. has succeeded in forming a Ministry, but the allotment of the portfolios has not yet been olti. cially notified. Th'e. inisry is.. not looked upon as very strong, and it is believed that its existence will.be shoirt lived. Sir John Robertson will prbo )ably subumit th list to His~Excellencye the Governor on Monday. The follow g is tho list, as far as can be ascer tained : Premier and Colonial Secreotay Sir. John Robertson. . ColonialiTreasurer, Mr J F.Burns.. :Minister of Works, Mlr.J: P?Garrvani Attorney-General, Mr -Wisidom :' ,M ,inister. of Education ,r, J:: HI Young. Minister of f, Lands, M::ir 1,-Thomas Minister of Justice;Mr L.F. Heydon. Postmaster-General,Mri D.O'Connor. Minister of Mince,MriRen'vi?dk,with. a seat in the Upper House .

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"BEAUTIFUL." [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 23 December 1885

" BEAUTIFUL" '' Beautiful, yes ! but the blush will fade, :Tle light grwdim which.the, blue oyes The gloss will 'anish from curl and braid, lfnd the sunbeam die in the waving hair. Tiurn from the inirror; andastriveito Vi Treasures of loveliness still to last ; Gathereartbh' glory and bloom within, rThat the soul maybe bright when youth ais past..

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