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Origin of a New Word. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 8 January 1886

Orli in ot. a New Word., .c:: i Riclha irdDaly,l,proprietor of thbSimock Alley Tlheatr, Dublin, 'illn the year 1791; had in extraordii.iry propensity for mak ineg wb'agers. Heiring an actor described in French as ton fdyoetini, ternm of which it was ar'ued theri was no ?iEnglish. equ?lilent, a discussion,. aroses,, iii .the course of, which li'e offered t bobt'~ tenty guinpiis that within forty-eiglt othoui a perfiFtly now word should be h in-.the mouths of near:ly:ll the people in DAibli;n :iud withinia w?oek begin to be c mm?ionly used, vith a new ind definite meaning wtit. ".The bet was accepted by Alderiman: Moncrieff, in colmbination witlih tlirce othors who were present, and the rstakes. vere duly deposited. After the perfor mances of his theatro:wurd over;Daly) wrote a'word oneaclh of a dozen:, or ,two car~l,' atid giving . one to eachlriof:'the; callboys,; scene-shifters, carpeifiterg and., supernuntcirries, wnith a lhmp of chalk;' directed - them to pehrinbulate the . city ...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 8 January 1886

f Two great Co:tinental. canal projects scom tohave. ariieded:it? si$acoff Factioin. :Gcrmanj*isrlred d to' atot 10ti;000,000 marks for a ship canal connecting .the Balticwith the ;Elbe and the ,German Ocbh.~i,;the entranco on, tlhe Blti?.:being Holtenasu and. tlie nthlier.ulontri?no being Brutsbuttel. The work will have an inmncnso conmmercial value, as :5,000,000 tons are c.rtsni '::of t'ranisportation annually, while ships now go around Don miark with a yearly, loss of 200. 'vesscls off Capo Skaw. The military importance is scarcely less, for. it-will prevent the danger of a Baltic blockade. Heliguland will command the western entrantent thb cankl, ??ad ivilibe lieavil3?.furtiliid. Cdunt on I[oltce, who has heretofore opposed the scheme, now commends it. The other project is for a canal to make Bruges a seapolirti, ad the Belgian Goivdrnmei t'iis prelarilig to 'gvo a conesssioni of tlie lire liminary, work;-at Heyst.to .an=English syndicate; ?: Thie'-job. will 'cbst' over £1,000,...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Miscellaneous Items. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 8 January 1886

Vlisccllhneoess Items. The deaths in Europe ..rom small-pox are said to. be.?60,000, annually. The mortality is almost- wholly.corifined to civilians, nasowing to constant vaccination and re-acciniation thle airi ias are almost wholly free from theil disease. Female .prisoners:, have become so numerous iin tlid ity gaol at Pensacola, Fla:,that they.l have' bee lplaced in:i n'i enclosure and .set to: breaking, stones for street purposes to pay their fines. " A sprig ofivy was broidiht in a flower pot to Generil Grant's. toili bya wonman, who hai'd cut the slip fromn which it sprang I from the tomb of Napoleon at St. Helena six years ago. A Nei Nrlik detective stats that ail organised scheme is afoot to flood the laige cities of :?ilerica ' withl counterfeit money: Five hundred and thirty-seven dollars a y3car iill be saved by an order which requires the clerks ih Wiashiington to furnish their own soap. - Conserva-tives and Parnellitiesi in the English Palih aament muster together six...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 8 January 1886

- MODEL LODGING HOUSE, KING . STREET, MELBOURNE. Esr?.ssnen 1872. O 'FFEYcS the best Acconmmodation for Visitors from the Country procur able in the City. BDrs Is, 9d, and Grd per Night. Every Convenience for the com fort of Lodgers. J. WATIEzs, Superintendent. Tnos. McPEoeros O. FEIWIc, Directors. Jso. BLYTn, J T. H . MOYLE, (Late Land Oficer, Se?,mour.) GOVERNMENT AND GENERAL. AUCTIONEER, Stock, Land, Insurance and General Commission Agent, SE Y MO U R. Business iof il kinds with the Iends Department Conducted. Agent for : Royal Fire Insurance Company. Colonial Mutual Life Assurance Society, (Limited.) A WORD IN SEASON. T-: wentv-eight Years' Practice :?n this Colony On. SPECIAL DISEASES Has given Dr. L. L. SMITH .Ž- The Most Thorough Knowledge Of Disease in all its Intrcccie. IN ENGLAND He was Assistant to the Greieest SSphilographer in the World. DR. ROBERT J.3MES CULVERWELL, London. Thus, in visiting DR. L. L. S IITH PATIENTS Know They are consulting one who CANNOT Be EXCELLED ...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Arrivals of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 8 January 1886

"Ma?ns arrive at Violet Town Post Oflice as follows: Fronm Melbourne daily10.35 a.m., and :?.20 p.m. From Tamsleugh, Tamleugh North, and Caniamb4o-Mondays. Wednesdays. and Fridavas, 4.30 p.m. Froom Marraweeney, Bobo. and Strath bogie North-Tuesdays, and Fridays, .6.30 p.m. From Gowangardie,-Tuesdays, and Fridays 10 a.m. From Barrington's. Caniambo-M?on day, Tuesdays, and Fri-ays, 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, JANUARY 8, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 8 January 1886

"Lct all the ends thou aiin'st at be thy r . r ounry's, STThy Cod's, and Truth's.' R ID Y JAfNUARY , 18G. AFTER a period of unexampled political quiet;:during; which :pairtycies-lave• divindled' into nothingness, the re nowne?l CoaHitioa n Government lhas rcachdEd the end of its tether. During thoeyears precedifig its? forination; the e61dlny suffered greatly from the inter neine struggles of conflicting interests, ant . what w:rc:' ;may ",appropriately dcsignato?e see-saw :governments ruled-r Conservative" and " Liberal" were the respective war-cries, and the partisans of eaclh side uinparted ann tesity of feeling to thet contest for, supremacy which shool lthe foundations ofT the. colony. Ministries succeeded each other vithisurprising rapidiy, and freetrade and protection alternately held the'swTiy. These chaness' wvera the rcfleb 'of ian undecided pubicmi.d.d -Candidates on tbb, hustings;boldly proclaimed' them scehli e iliehbils oI- C6n'seri;aties,: .idJiist such were.applauded...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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New Year's Day Spor[?] at Euroa. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 8 January 1886

Newltear's DMay jspoe_, at Euros. The noiiw firmly-established sports, under the management of the trustees of the Euroa Cricket groun;, wlere held on New Year's.Dai, aund aittracted a very..large. concoirse of p ,ple. The .mornihy trains from .iolo ?i.; wn :iod Longwood: were' rowded with' isitors, and numerous pleasure-seek rs arrive.l by . way of the road. A'out. 15i0o persons were present and appeared to thoroughly 'enijoy the sport?? piovided. The fields for the principal:e.'entsW?.ri e narge.: and great' interest::ceiitred in ino t of the contests. Thi Muiden Plate was won easily by a runner under the niani' of Coniiolly,;rhp was bhe subject of a protest,Oonthe ground that he was not'the person rerceented. IHe wasu.undeniably" the: best man on the ground, and;:at -the handicap for which lie stdrted, could' have wialked adff with every: eyent.: 'It was alleged' that the runner'sproper name was Kepler, of Albury, and the stewarts at once disqualified himjfor all the handicaps. H...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Avenel Sports. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 8 January 1886

Avenel Spo.rte. On NsewYear'sD ay, the'wenthe?nbeing delightful and the sports proving a great success, a most enjoyable day was spelt by a very large concourse of spectators, who appeared to enjoy themselves to the top of their bent. The entries for all avents were well filled, and t hanldsolme balance will accrue to the funds of the Sports Club. The visitors began to arrive soon after 10 a.m?., and by the tinie the first race was run there were not less than 500 on the ground anxiously.awajtith g the sport. The irit 'ffcu; the Maidcn, Plate, " os on b'y J. Holloway, iR. Knip.sey se? iid!" HI0p, step, an:d jump was treiun by'O'Dwyer; boys under 14, A. Dudinai:.lst, J.Dohertv 2aud. Running high jump, O'Brien andl Knapsley, a tie. Boys' tricycle race, .J. Doherty lst..,Puttiiig the" stuune, Mi.Eos-' dick. .ack race, J. Morgan. 'Hurdle race, J. Siuith 1st, Davies 2nd. Boys over 14, Morgan 1st, J. Ongan 2itif. Hau dicap flat race, .T. 1ulluway dst, C. Gadd 2nd, R. Knapsey l3ra':l: Biy'...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Moglonemby Jottings. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 8 January 1886

MloIlonaenbi?t Jrot.tin Fis. , S : :By " INCOG." Persons lately visiting Cole's Book Arcade in Melbourne,' must have observed plnced il i .various cuis'iiicou. iiositions,1 an ingenious pieco'uf mIehanismi viz., a t clock in the form of a doio .lThis clock.'d" piendllmni beats every second, and the psnldulumi forms the dog's tail, ani as the l til wags,, thle.,tonguie protrudes. and.. re tracts with the sname regiilarity. Atttacidlil to the touguo is d card bearing the follow ing nilllouncemtlli:- -"L 1 put out imy tongue and I wag my tail 60:tinles-ini-a minute, and my value is-.' Now this t ilay seem a slight affair, bolt, wihell one has seen this, and a few. dlays afterwards. finds hlimself sealted oni a forni trying to" listen to the sermon ot :is spiirituad :ul- t viser, and under the saeni forl, a mIeml ber .nf thi canine spllecies; panting aid scratchinlg,, it requires a great, deal of determinationi to prs aelit a siinihr reftin runnin g"tlihrouglih 0. 'sniiMit Circuil stanc...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 8 January 1886

The niost.;curious problem concerning the United States of Amcrica is this : Of what coloi will: its pcople: be-white or black? The celored popOlatibtut of' the United States doubles itself ciory tichllty' years ;. whereas the white population only doubles itself in thirty-five years. Utii-' versal siiffrage : ssures plower in the rance tlht 'counts the greatest numnbe of heads, so that it is only a (question "of timno wheo the United States will be a black republic? In a :century the.Staites -will .contaiil 06,000,000 of whites iad "192,000,000 of blacks. Strange eventualities are involved .in that reckoning.- e-nietyiay-tli-hse the most gigantic and bloody war of races the world ever saw; ;or we may se theniiegro race playing a great and peaceful part-in the history of the' world. For if the negro race maiiitainsits present vigour of growth, and the United States -adheres -to - the democratic' 'forii of Gof?d~eiineut,,-it is inevitable that the centre of. political power will be s...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 8 January 1886

FOR - PAPER BAGS, TEA PAPERS, STATIONERY, &c., TRY TBlE "ADVERTIS R" Office. DAVID TI UNRO & CO., 154 QUEEN ST., MELBOURNE. ENGINEERS. BOILERMAKERS, And Manufacturers and Importers of [ACHINERY, Have for Sale or IHire THE " OSBORNE" Reaper & Twine .inder. This machine in its new form was introduced by us last season, and chieved a wonderful suecess. The knot ting mechanism is so simple and strong that anyone can -understand .and"manage it. and it has no liability to miss. knots; which has hitherto been so fertile a source of annoyance and loss.' For the' coming season, the elevating canvases are en larged, a new style of reel applied, and many other valuable improvements intro duced. Result of field trial at Lancefield, anuary, 1884, in a tall, heavy drop of Sheat, somewhat green, and with a good deal of' undergrowth :-Osborne, first, with 116.5 points; M'Cormnick,- 106.5; Hornsby, 102.75; Johnston, 100.25 nelson, 88.75. Our Improved Steam Threshing Plants, e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 8 January 1886

W. .N=EE A-N ).S I-A'VI?,ý( secured the Services of a First-ckiss Confectioner, :is 'no?", prepared to supply ?4.E.IDI.NG .AND -C III]STMAS1 CXM ES, And all other kinds of C OS N F. E C TF I O:. I' i i : On the Shortest Nutice. T"rices to .Suit the Times. MB: 11 IT. ItEEVES, - - --- - 'f1 " -- - "_ 'ccaderl: of JAlsic, .tic. "Pi'iivte lessons with Tlmeor' £1. 10 0 Ditto. af lii r esidence 1 1 0 TJarmony & Thoroucigh B:ss, to advanced pupils. Intending pupils may leave ther :u! dresses at -lthe "t lvetiser'? cali'e, a nd will be calletlup,on lby Mr luves. `JO THE LA?LIES of ViI'LT TOWN and suro,u1.ingl Disht it. I)RESS.lAIk'l? B L LLI NE-R, Lily street, V, :.let 'owin. Fit and Style Guaranteed. MISSES Y.OXON, DIESSBILKItIS .as ,? AILT E1RS,'": RAILWAY STREEET, EUROA. :Straw'TIlts Cleaned and Altered into New and Fashion.ible Shapes. ---------:.?-= - .,'Also~. 7.''- 7: 'Featlers Cleaned and Curled. i1. H-. GI1AHAM, GCOMMir SSION and GENERAL AGENT .Farm and D:ihrT Produce, Wool...

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MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 8 January 1886

-MEILB' UjE I.LRKTS. - Fat Cat:ie.- 314 head nere entered for gale, which being more t:in theyrirds would hold nece*ittne.dl two da-'s noilc. About half if-the- rz.pply pjasdTlhe ham mcer to-day •awid the remainder will be ffered to-morrow. -A fa.ir prnloztionl of thise yardtl Here of -gnad and prime quality. and owing to the favornblk ch:mnge i't the. weather, and the. Iruileieing killed oht. there ras. a orirk de:itud t.:roughont. plrices being full 10 ,ter hteaid higiher than thtllo ruling la-t materktldesy. 'ri,-me, i;e:sof Iullu-i!A-?_ohl at from £12 tiL121 2- id ; gool. do. ftrom 19 U0s to L I ; scotid do,., fromi 17.10j to iL;: inrfclior, frotn Lu -10,. Fat ,tiltr.- li ut 1.0 were 'rnrdte' -wheid;:t:nt ,lh t readSl:-a'-t! last qlli.tatittns "'rine t;hlad-t ir?m? l-to.;, : goodl. from 'dOs t.,6'0-; secontlo?,?.t1i i06 to 40- ilnf-rior from 15'_

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STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 8 January 1886

1 STOCK-. SALE. i Sloe, Ogilby, andi Co: `reprt :2Catte. 300 yarded, including some really prine be?t. The' inaket oljned at about last month's rates, but prices improved, 'closing sales showing an advance of 10s a head on last months sales. •. i Sheep.-i1200 pcnned, good mutton very limited and meeting with a briskl demand. Fat lambsa sold at. good rates; stores not: much in demand, but most lines cleared at. fair prices.: : :_ . ý Pigs.-Stores sold well. Hors . , medium to X12..

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Pranjip. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 8 January 1886

hranjiyp. (swLor OURt OWN *OlUssroNDoENT. Harvesting is tiu:ished in this parish, and the yields, I ' iticink; willbi jiiketty good.. Air.v±wyer owns ab;out tiie qbsti:, iI iricI;, accdiciu to a:ptlpiarlces, will yield aisbout six bags e* buthe averageyi. t about k bushels. ' dls ltuimor stys that:a bachelor of this dis trict is about to enter into thei'hapl;y state of matrimony. . WhalLt iari ye about, ye youigi onzei.of Praiijip ? \\ hy not try and form a criclet club dad keep pace.wlh tllhe:tiuesT Y'e seem bent on nothing;but wuri:, and I know ihalf-a-day il tie, wcck wduld break 110-0li- . Ile dog is -sfeful;"faithfulaid iii fin iay respects a lovealile alimal. Hi ti i the herii of a thlusand stories, . instructive; iiagt nlitive, ? and true. He has saved hlsi maister's life, :m:iiy ii time, sat. by his corpse on the field 'of' battle, and howled out his own existence o his owiler ' grave. Lbut the. sarag'e lodg out to be uilder control: Antl inst:nuce of this occurred a fciwd;i...

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[?] [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 8 January 1886

S(rol. OUR OWN; COlRESPONDEN.) SSinlc writing last the Nveather-has been somewhat..changeable, heavy rain fallinu at iiltervals,', and' t'n 'tiineli'ratened colsidrrable dalrnag? t'i fariirs wJi h wucr Iusily igagIIed gatlherig" i their cr unl those tlLa' Ilid colildted l tac?in'' were put to a Irest deal o0 exr'a iabur pulling down anld rebuildiig t?oir ataxls, besides a- loss 'u grai; ,bu wLier they hlive lust in this respect a great savitn 0t labor iwill bu l in .attering U ij or, damis alid tanks iru'lilled t overitowl.lig. Orchards and pasturues aru'e ajs6 slwi1i the effects of tih uuexpectet diowniaitl.. 'The u ld: ftaiiiar **iiUr n , t U thdtl thresher is to beu hetird "li tlie diastaiicie two beingl- busily ngliclied, i'ih r;iih6us appotitus, threslihig , ou thlir ugual rounds; but ownersa .ill no1t 1ltv a very heavy.pursi at the end of tile sea.usol, a, mlore than the the tiller of the sun, tur the yield; 'especially in wizemt, is vdry light. 1t is ractilr early. to gYve. a...

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[?] [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 8 January 1886

Auild.Clootiecocked .both eas. andtltail.. He howled a howl and lie wailed a wail, And screamced to his imps " just listen to t h a t ` i" n I ,t I i . _ ,e p t o 'Taint equalled by us here on Brimstone Flnt." New Year's Eve, 188I,'in Eizroa. SAdvan.cu Australia !.YoUlng Australians coining i vell4o .tlhe fire-': .andidatesfor forthcoinitg Paruliamentary honors. .lr Francis lRobrtson, AI.L.C., in a most precarious state of health. Consumption in an advanced stage. Eight vessels whose imonthly expenditure amounted to £2350 lail by in consequence of wharf labourers' strike. SThe Victorian Cricket Association is in .fnll swing. :lhe scam.sn Morell, was executed in the Melbourne aol yesterday for murdering Andceson, the. nlate. of 'tlhdeishipý,he_!was attachcld to. . Rumours of a gold discovery at Monaro, N.S.W. Nine Arab lIugara laden with mnunitions of war captured by H.M.S. LotUs,' on the Nile. SAmeetiinofthle Woolgrowers"AAsonriatioin of Austrnhia, was held in the Exchange on Wednes...

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Strathbogie Events. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 8 January 1886

ataatiaboari e Eventss t t (FCRa u o wiol COIRISrPOmE'VT.) E iarly Cops ill thls locality, haiving reached the perf.ctioni of riliencss, reapiiing ianchiries are to be 'hdard tIittliing in all' directions, while farmners are working early and late to gather, the touch-prized staff of a life. Owinig to tihe seerity of tlihi weather a mintll ur soback; crops, as- aurule, will t lie short; neverthlless, through the recent rtins, thi tgrinmis dooked forwardto to be well tilled and of ,?iod iit ' Churistmias, with its: 'any:greetingsialnd 2 festivities.hls again conime quid- goone, -uds I :added ouet anuru-nto the nuiib er since selectors liist settled, anoug?utle, hills.. :Greit 1a?ie beei the 'dtiihtidis lOtlobe li this ffaiid tihai=timie in ilce' of slab =or 1 lirkl huts, ,is eitli6ulidd iouses his're been ibutiilt, laid' 'cleaired, pailatdeks eninloid;' orchalrds planted, ro'.ads made, schools and .churches built, siiigle men irudidt oon tiurned into imarrTied ontes boys Egrown' toi ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 8 January 1886

W ANTED 'for; Melbourne--Nic. GIRL .for. general -housework good wages ; must be Colimpetent Appily L. FoRu, Kirkland-st. 1 ATANTED: Plain COOKT for Ethee . months.. Apply L. Fono, lKirk land-st; ANTED.- General ' SERVANTS. Psihlfe . otic4e.1 N. 0 T IC E..., THE person who took;'-by mistake, ' SBlack FUR CAPE fr1im tlii. Public Hall on Now Year's Night will kindly rturun same to ius. licGUINNEss, Euros. Known : piivate marks upon it. X ILL tthe PERSON who took Lady's Parasol by mistake from Public Hall oin:~n :Year'sa Night, :kiindly return o:t once to Mlrs Swift, boarding house, to save further action being takenliil the matter, as the party is well known. £10 REWARD. TIE above reward will. be given for * such information as will lead t, the conviction of the person or persiuons who, STRIPPED amid Cdrried A.svay' qitiantity of •WATTLE- BAUK froim the Seven Creekis Paddocksr A: .i;~A '2:1 E ?; ;Y S. . . ,,..Seve i Cre las. .. . .. .. .- r7r.-- 7- ?. Ca- : 11 l Notices.. WESLIY-A' . ...

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VIOLET TOWN POST OFFICE. Departure of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 15 January 1886

VIOLET TOWN POST OFFICE. ?D?eparture of -nelln. )ans. close at Violet Town Post Ofice s follows: For Melbourne daily at 9.30 a.m., asid '5.30 p.m. For Tamleugh, Tamleugh North. (loose b1a), and Caniambo-Mondays, Wednes days, and Fridays. Mails made up pre vious night 8 p.m. ForMarrraweeney (loose bag). Boho (loose a), and Strathbogie North (looso •ag)-Tuesdays, and Fridays, 10.40 p.m. For Barrington's, Caniambo (loose bag) -Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. Mails. inadeup previous night 8 p.m.

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