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Re-construction of the Ministry [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 1 January 1886
:: e.alle-conr tta en o.l the- - .:. iniatr y. The present .Coalition Ministry will not meet the inew Parliament in its present form... Mr Service .intends -to retire, at all eveits, for a 'period from active political .wdrk. He will remain ini office until the expiration of; the present -Parliamert. in Felr u:ar, swhen ?the will resign, iiiid leave the LoloiLy ton an extend= ed visit to. England.. Mr Berry, the Chief Secrctary? will, in conjunction with Mr Service, represent the- colony at the meeting of.the. Federal Council, to:tbe held inTasmania, on the 25th:Janluary next, and shortly after their retoirii their resignations,' and the re-constructin of the Cabiiit, will be fdnitiillv y'anioiced -Mr R. Mtirray'Smith, the Ageidt-Geneital intends 'to return to Victoria, anid again offer himself for cliictioii, "whilst Mr Berr will take his place. Whlien some time ago MIr Smith applied fior an extension of hi.s term of office as! Agent-General, he indicated that he did not- intend ,n...
The Advertiser "Let all the ends thou aim'st at be thy Country's, Thy God's, and Truth's.' FRIDAY, JANUARY 1, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 1 January 1886
"Let U t1ih ds thou niats at be thy Country's, Thy God's, ankl Truth's.' F P-RID ' i ?;inU 1i, 1. s. Wume the old pagan philosopher answered, opt:of: the mists: of- bygone' ages prior tp thi Christmas era, in.reply to, a question ii to the duration of human life,-the pregnant word, "deter nity,"he evolved from odit his own "elf consciousness a truth which sudceednig: generations of pirophets, philosophers and; single-ininded truth seekers have ever : iemphasized and insisted upon. Focussed in the word. are the researches of the world's brghitest intellects; science and- religion .:join h-ids up?n this tissiee ,-Faith and Ideasoii point ,~ihesitatingly to the same goal;: Science has triumphantly entered Nauture's secret storehouse iand wrested therefro -:the ,ce? to many . of the mysteries wkhicd past .generations con sidorcd absolitely incoiipreheible d iand. ... .,r/. ,,::,'"/@ . l, kiowable,fib nd it\e result has been that, with an iicredase of knowledge, the 'human' mind 'has dev...
THE HOLIDAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 1 January 1886
SDuring the lat'fortnight or thre. the trains have-been well pat local residents, a general exod taken place to.other scenes. -.Thu-" 'of arrivals ias hiot borne any pr to those outward bound, a fact,Wi.' pose, accounted, for by the hlietf weatherl. .We have experienc&:3V .uxtraordinary climatic.variations~i Iclcd for this tiiiie of the year..f fortnight's heat lhich can onll i cribed as L sweltering," a suddefilJs occurred,.. and ramin.poured bucketsfdl." Ceasihn as siddeu ,x had commenced, the noistu ild Christmas day delighltfully cool, d tQP the fire-fiend again visited thi." 6 bunker, and is still piling on the o
Women's Rights. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 1 January 1886
sii'nni UlitghtM. I pitched my tent in a small town in Injianfny one Christmas seeson, & while I was standin at the dore takin -money, a deppytashun. of ladies came up & sed they w6as iiiembors of theo Bihtkumville Female Moral Reforinin & Wimnin's Rites Associashun, and they axed ,mo if .they coud go in witlilit.payin. - " Not exactly," soed I, but yodi can pay without goin in.'" : ? "Dew you know who we air? "' said ,no of the wimniii-a tall and feroshus lookin critter, with a blew kotton;t nbrel ler under her arnm-c, do }ou know who we air, Sir ?" " My impreshun is," sed I, " from a kersery view, that you air females," " We air, Sur," said ";the feroshn om:an-" we belong to a Society whitch beleeves wimin has rites--whitch beleeves in riziit liar tb hii proper slipeer -hitch Leleeves she is iidowed with as much intelleck as man is--whitch, beleeves she is trampled tSn nid aboozed--& who will resist l'onse4th and for ever the incroach imont-i if:pio...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 1 January 1886
FOR pAPER:-, oai - zE. .?APERS, SgTTIONERYc., .:TRY THE ci.:: . \"AD'WTTISXR" Offlce. ; 14 QUEEN ST., tMELBOUR0.NE;, E.GINEERS ,BOILERLMAKHERS S.And Maniifactu r'and Importers of R :Hav for: ale or Hire .. :, ?.-i a-'ir.- l a;; .1 ;: ; -,.i4n - ..T , * ..-, 12 ' s t.- c.oeioo season, the elevating canva.es are Lrged, a now style of, reel?,appliedid many other valuable imprvements intro duced. - . . . esnult of field trial at Lancefii anuary, 1884, in atall;; havy .eropof thest, somewhat green, and with ag dtm of undergrowth :-Osborne, ., cid 116.5 points ;:MCormnick, -106:5 EHansby, 1I2.75; Johnstaon,.l 100.6 mnuelson;.88.75. . ;:. Our Improved Steam.Throshing Plitt re expressly designed for producing;iJ prfect sample from the driest anddirti ' cop. and their capacity,.for work is iunh quailed.. We have also a few good second Iend plants at reduced-prices. All kinds of farm Implemeints are in stock. Saw Mill Machifery for Brealifl4 down, Ripping; or Cross-cuttiing, ; proved degn. :s...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 1 January 1886
'COACiH PA ;'l't iRS J J. '.1 ".;': .' . c? t ulicw iiC t::: i , - FITRST CLASS r: " . -Fo.I.:L -' '.,:.=-i fort,'" . - ' ..,yj .1- best l i ,: :an .:i w,?rk done in a.\: s:: . . , :.d at the: l...: ":. yriB w th ".t;^.c:k.arjddy . ELANDS "1A' i. O .C L :, the SihSr:i of a ' -?irst-cl .-, Coft-'tioner, is no:i prqlared z , .,isty WEDDING AND . CHRISTMAS CAK E`, And all other kinds of C O Q'- E CjT -I 0 N E R Y On ihe Shorthst Notice. Prices to Suit the Times. MR. H. H. REEVES, S A.. cached of Music, 4.'c. - - TEnS. : Private Lessons ?with Theory £1l 10 0 Ditto. at his residence 1 1 0 HIarrmony & Thorough 13ass, to advanced Intending pupile may leave their ad dresses at the "'Advertiser" offico, and will be called upon by Mr Reeves. [At CAn1.] TO TIlE LADIES of VIOLET TOWN .L and surrounting District. MRS .C. 1H. DAVIS, ..D RESSMA KER - i.ILILINER - ,:Lily street, ,'nlet Town. Fit and Style Guaranteed. . MISSES" CYOXON,. DRESSMAKERS. :Ann MILLINERS, * 1RAILWt Y STREET., EURIO...
Miepoll and Branjee Notes. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 1 January 1886
1epoIll andI liraftlee 'Vi 'eti. BY OLIVER DAY. After getting about a fortnighi's sultry weather, we haid the plcasure of listening to some fine rali pattering on the roofs of our houses. It lihas done some dal?age to the hay which was stacked, and I'll ven ture to say that it has done a vast amount of good b;- puttino 'in eFd to bush fires, and filling the dams in this neighborhood. Harvesting operations are, jumst: about "coming to a finish. and I. think tile aver? age yield will be about 19 bushels. OilOco,a'mai.t tho.ierolving wheels of Time hiings us face to fiee witli anotlher new .year. Not in winter, breathing the frosty air, as it comes in Elnglan d dsomne other: places ; .but 'li tilme goimiil g?riioimts of 'sunmmieriio' fn ith the .bkhliy htiiiiphelrere of the sunny south. I think we ought to. be tflankfllorithe' niet.lc'tite have re ceived inthe, past; .and weo. oiught to be glad to tee the '.Nowc.Y r "agti (as t dare. say everyone is):" With isp:?feillid climate, hbidin...
VIOLET TOWN POST OFFICE. Departure of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 1 January 1886
VIOLET TOWN POST 'OFFICE. Departure of maltlsa. Man? close at' Violet Town Post Office as follows: 5.30.p.m. For Tamleugh, Tamleugh worth, (loos. bag), and Caniambo-Mondays, Wednes -days, and Fridays. Mails made up pre -ious niht 8 p.m. For 1Mrrrweeney (loose bag). Boho loose bag), and Strathbogie North (loose Tuesdays, and Fridays, 10.40 p.m. S:or Barrington's; Canidmbo (loose bag) -Moniays. Wednesdays, and F'ridays. Mails. made up pre iouanight8 p.m.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 1 January 1886
MODEL. LODGING HOUSE, KING.. STREET, MELBO.EUIE., ESTABJLSIED 1872. 1 FFEPS thee best Accommodation for . 'Visitors from the Country procur able in the City. B.ns Is, 9d, and 6d per 'Night. .Every Convenience for the coin fort of Lotigers. J. V wAnss, Superintendent. Trios. McP?naso. - 'O.FxNwIcw, L Directors. ._ J o. BLYrn, J T'. ;H-. M OYL E, (Late Land Officer, Scyowur.) GOVERNMENT AND GENERAL 4AUCTIONEER, :-Stock, Land, 'Insurance and General Commission Agent, SE Y MO TJ R .;Busineas of all kindg withtthe Linds Department Conducted. Agent for : "Royal Fire Insurance Company., Colonial Mutual Life Assurance Society, (Limited.) A WORD IN SEAS'ON. Tweity.eight ears' Practice in this Colony On S?PECIAL DISEASES Has given .Dr. L. L SMITH The . . Most Thorough Knowledge . Of - Disease in all its Intricacies. IN ENGLAND. He was Asistani to the Greatest Byphilographer in the'World. D. F.OBERT JAMES CUIVITRISELL. London. Thus, in visiting .DI. L " Ih S I T H .PATIENTS iKnow They are onn?...
Arrivals of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 1 January 1886
AwrIvals of .[aiis. l?ns arrive at Violet Town Post Office :a follows: From Melbourne daily 10.35 a.m., and 2.20 p.m. 'From Tamleugh, Tamleugh North, and Caniambo-Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, 4.30 p.1m. From Marraweeney, Boho, and Strath-' bogie North--Tuesd-ys, and Fridays, 6.30 p.m. From : Gowangardie,-Tuesdays, and Fridays 10 a.m. From Barrington's, Caniambo-M-on day, Tuemdays..and Frimlays, 4.30 p.m.
Benalla Land Sale. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 1 January 1886
IBeenalla Lan-! -ile. :, O n Tuesday last a land sale in fee simple wo'as held .. :t' the courth ous . dMr R. M'dean acted as auctioneer, and MrE. T. Dunn, land officer, conducted the sale. The following are the resiclts: TOWX LOTS. Strathbogie P, arish of VWo ndooi.orool,, County of l)elaeite, on road from. I.uroa to Mansield. Upset price, 8 per acre : charge for survey, £~. Lot 18.. Arei 3r 17p, allotment 7, section A. J. 'MMurray, I.6 17 pcr acre. Euroa, :~ishi of Euroa, County of Dela tite, formerly a site for gravel. supply! Upset price, LS" per lot charge for survc'y, Ll. Lot 27. area 1a '32p, oallotme?t 7, section 24. '?. M.~ T idler, L13 per acre. Lot 21, arca.lrn 2p. allotment 8, section 24. Gae. Suithelflaid, L 25. OPECIAL IOTS. Parish od Taml?i -h Count of Moira, adjoining the holdings of lMessr G. Moore and. T. Murphy( Uipsct'piice TLi .Si er acre ;charge for survey, .L2 5s. Lot 29. Area 44a Or 3p,: allotment 24 ;eetiion A. Timothy Murphy; upset,-. Parish of Strathhogie,...
THE "WAITS." [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 1 January 1886
THE " WAITS." On Christmas Eve and morn , the residents of Euroa were aroused by the sweet notes of Christmas Hymns per- formed by Messrs Longley, Barraclough, Myers, Fowler, Garrett, and Sutherland of the Euroa Town Band. The pieces selected were the time-honored "Adeste Fideles", "Hark the Herald Angels Sing"," Christians Awake !", 'Vesperer Hymn" and several others. The music sounded splendidly on the morning air and the townspeople owe a debt of grati- tude to the performers, who, we learn, had no reason to complain of the liberality of many of the listeners. We hope to see this pleasant custom perpetuated.
VIOLET TOWN POST OFFICE. Departure of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 8 January 1886
VIO?i"'iiE WN POST OFFICE. Departure of Maulls. u~&ns close at Violet Town Post Office sas follows: For Melbourne daily at 9.30 a.m., and .5.30 p.m. For Tamleugh, Tamleugh North. (loose bag), and Caniambo-Mondays, Wednes days, and Fridays. Mails made up pro vions night 8 p.m. For Marrraweeney (loose bag), Boho -(loose bag), and Strathbogie North (loose bg)--Tuesdays; and Fridays, 10.40 p.m. For Barrington's, Canianbo (loose bag) -Mondys.o, Wednesdays. and Fridays. Mail. madeup prerious night 8 p.m.
Arrival of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 8 January 1886
Ms rfIa arrive at the Euroa Post Office as follows :-. From, Goornun, Merton. Doon, Main dample and Mansfield. at 5.20 p.m., Sun - d eacepted. "rom Jamieson, Mondays,.Wednesdays and Fridays, at 5.20 p.m. From MIiepoll. Miepoll South. Kar raniomun South, on Mondays; Wednes days, and Fridays, at9 a.m. Rggs' Creek, Tuesdays and Fridays, 11 a.m. .From Shean's Creek, Strathbogie, and Strafibogie West. on Wednesdays and Saturdays, at 5.30 p.m. From Balmattum, Mondays, Wednes days, at 5 p.m. Melbourne uuand down train, daily, at 10.17 a.m. Melbourne up train, daily at 7 p.m. Down train.daily, at 6.15 p.m.
EUROA POST OFFICE. Departure of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 8 January 1886
-EUtJROA PO3FT OFFICE. Departure of f-ails. MALns close at: theEuroa Post Office, as "follows : For 'Goora?m. Merton, Doon, lMain -dample, and Ma:nsfi.-ld at 11 a.m. daily, Sldslas esntsted. For" Jaaieson, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 11 a.m. For 3Miepoll, Mispoll South (loose bag), andKalamomu.s, South Mondays, Wed nesday. and Fridays, at 11 a.m. For Shean'r Creek (loose bag), Strath bogie and Strathbogie West (loose bag)., .m'Wednes-ays 'and baturdays, .atfil',a:n. For B.-lumattum, Mondays. \Yednes das, and Fridays, at Il.a.m. P.iggs' Creek- Tuesdays and Fridays, at 11.30 a.m. For Melbourne up and down train, Sdaily at 9.40 a.m. For Melbourne ,u and down trains, daily, at 5.30p.m.
Rifle Match. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 8 January 1886
SA match was fired on Saturday last, between teians from the Violet Tuwn and Euroa itifie Clubs, on 'tie ground of the former, which resulted in a victory for the visitors. Considering the short time the 'mle i hi.l-hbili for jmractice =-aid especially is this the case with the losing teamn-the scores mliist )b? considered as very creditable and consistent. The following are the points at the different distances : Ecn?,:.. .. " Name siYrdhM ae 00,1 400 1 500 I Total C. Ilowell... -.'.: 14 :31 22 67 C. Lewis.-K ... 1i 29 20 0 5 E. Striling" ... 7 2 21 - 61 G om6tit ?;"... 17 2I 14 54 Fawcett ... ... l I'0 -o 21 53 QCarr ... 21 19 ( 46 1..rrett ... ... is 1i 8 41 McNaughton ... 4- - 1 I19 4 mandlbury...... .G -mm - 17 VOLET Tow;-. Yards. " - .. 200 'l"4oI0 ".00.,I:To:_._ t lar ., . 23 15 13 51 R. Richa'dson ... 14 12 51 DI. \Valker ' ... 1 I 14 17 4i 9 WV. Brmtholeniews 10 | 07 1j0 49 A. C. uckett. ... 10 . I 17 ?2 49 A. Riddell - :. 17 I' - 45 J.. Sanderson ... 17. I 13. 14 I 44 IV. ...
LOCAL MARKETS [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 8 January 1886
'r ;il;OCAT.J v~I\I LKTrsi ~ :~· Mlr . , L. .J)vforto.reporte priea ciilPa oloi ie'h buttlter to S lthe 'Yowl+; e -tc j.-t pr prir. i ucke . i-pcr pa"ir ¶1 urkieesa-ks, S per pi'ar Hi l 21 wr71.e ll. - -s. -~d 13'..'gll1 d.ti 7dbt Y1SY7:ý=g~ld t: "3 ld. _ h1ieasý J. I i. h orsu r anId Cu. -i cr port': ',mit -- -tr 'butter, pr; its' I O,.;-ed ca - b. ho to, :3II io l }pcr lb.;pngs Aidt,4 dt 'iltc3kgs, i to , sJ per ptait ;fowcls, 'a to' acs duck s g sto 49 Gd oippo~sstti nsk il to C--. Messrs oriotnBros: furnishrtlie followf .iuorepsrt of their prices: Ceeak Lonttor (jiris~ti. 9J.13._ JEggs lOd. '-Towis 2sto 3Gs Q. -stkts to 4a. 'Turkeys Gd per lb. "Casrse P ork 3d to 4d: - Slhelpkills3od tt4d. -Hides 74 to1 ;d afr J. Gall initenlds -er.tii;r on his 'business in tcitpora-r ersitioii at the rear ,of luis plrevio't `Storer` li reports ca -folios s Hap Chliati' 4s per cwt. Lt-iii Is per busheI. io il rd Is Id Oats 3s.3i
Original Poetry. VALUE AND POWER OF SLEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 8 January 1886
VALUE AND POWER OF SLEEP Slebin iipacefuI sloo6ibj b Natire': thl arti * *given ' : To all. who breathe beneath the vault of Heaven. Mlan, beast, and reptile.are alike the same To thee: thou favourcat not by name.i -. -'-r - Thei wayward lad, thouigh widei his footsteps' Clad in'thly velvet vesture, oft return to home, . . " , Meets'the sweet sinil of her w1ho gave hiinl ! birtlh, " . ... And-views once more the seene of childliod's . us1irth "'. `- - ' ' Tliougli lint the fancies of.a. nightly dr ciim, He wiCkes to bless thee; thou to himn hltst boeen - . - - .: .. A source of rest, a source of pleasure and of ..joy . ,. Which iniught can grant but thee, nor et destroy. . The powerful lion, liwhen within his dein, ' Pacilicly lies wrapped in thee, for then His.thonuihts al-eiahil, iis paisidsus ii'itteli, Whilst oin his blrow coniteltiletiit thoul hiast S written ; His imanse inuigs motionless upou his bran!,: neck, . :.. . IHis paw unlifted,.and his body stretchled But lihen tholu...
[?] [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 8 January 1886
Chanc in. bt [ amere ,viz.- ear `rally mewms nothing in: itself, a conception of our minds, andeonlya compendious way of speak im", whereby we isulid express that such ofects are commonly attributed to; chance, whlcli' ire sr erilyl poditerd by their true and proper c ?bics, but'iwithout their design tb produce thesis."--Bilitley ; . The voice comes deeper fromthe sepulchre, and a" great name hath its root-in i dead Life is but eighs, and iWhen thty cesane 'tie : H who wants good sense isnunhappy in having-,learning, for he has thereby more wa'ys of exposing himself." '? 1 i Nubihlity and riches are reputed to manke men happy, yet deserve: not .to'sho ncom· niended, being derived from others." T Virtue, the morc it is ex-posed, Like purest linen laid iri open air, Will bleach the more and whiten to thioview. Mere talents ire dry leaves, tossed up and dowi bhy gusts of passioni, and. satterei amnd swept away ; but genius lies on the bosom of memory, and gratitudne at her feet. " leei...