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Arrival of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 15 January 1886
Arrival of Y[aiux . MuIas arrive at the Euro Post Office as follows : From Gooram, Moerton, Doon, Main dample and Mahsfield, at 5.20 p.m., Sun .days excepted. " ruom Jasnicson, Mondays,Wednesdays and Fridays, at 5.20 p.mi. From Miepoll, Miepoll South, Kar 'ramomus South, on Mondays, Wednes days, and Fridays, ut9 a.nm. R Riggs" Cr.ck, Tuesdays and Fridays, 11 a.m. - From Shen's Creek, Strathbogie, and CStrathbogie West, on Wednesdays and (Saturdays, at 5.50 p.sIm. From Balmattumn, Mondays, Wednes ,days, at 5 p.m.d Melbourne up and down train, daily, at ,lO.1la.m. 'Melbourne up train, daily at 7 p.m. Down train daily, at 6.15 p.m.
DAIRY PRODUCE. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 15 January 1886
.: .. DAIRY PRODUCUE. ioeeuae Evanr, W}hi.te -'d Co. report 13th! January :-=We held our usual ale to-day before a cood nttendancof :.Le tsadr:. Chees,: •1srdkct steady at iow rates, prnte from ESd to Sid ; nediumn to good, iid to 7Id : Lnfericr lower. Potted butter : -We off red raver 200 cmaks; the bullk was in bad cmnditie::, prime i well-known dir.'rs brcauaat f ',n la0 tJ is: the balance bLcught fraoi Gd to ld, a:ccoding to condition :nd quality. Frcsh butter : Supply short, private dairies brought from la 2d to ha "d : lumuo ad mix?ol prints f:rom Gjd to Is. E"ns: iRegular supplhes from Is to Is 1d, m:riet firn:. Itc:ns: Torn cured, 10d to 10d : bacon, Sd to Ud : country cured, Sd to 7d, according to u?loeity. Lard, in bladders, l:d: in tine, Gd to Gd. (Garden honey, 31 to IAhl. Beeswax, 10d to 10td. Poultry : Fowle, .3 Jld o (is ::d yper pin ducks, as Gdto4-9d , geear; 7s too 7s d: turkeyv, 7stUd to 24s Cd, recording to sex and size.
EUROA POST OFFICE. Departure of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 15 January 1886
EUROA POST OFFICE, I Departure of laids. Mnis close at the Euroa Post Office as follows : 'For Gooram, Merton, Doon, Main dample, and Mansfield at 11 a.xm. daily, Sundays eacepted. "'For Jaimieson, Tneidays, Thursdays, -and Saturdays, at 11 a.m. ,For Miepoll, Miiepoll South (loose bag), aniadsramomu-s South MonIda?s, Wed aesdays and Fridays, at 11 a.m. For Sheauns Creek (loose bag), Strath bogio, and Stratllbogie West (loose bag). on- Wednesdays and Saturdays, at 11 a.um. For Bahnattum, Mondays, Wednea das, and Fridays, at 11 a.m. - Rigga' Creek- Tuesdays and Fridays, at 11.30m a.. For Melbourne up and down train, daily at 9.40 a.m. For M'elbourne up and duwn trains, -daily, at 5.30p.m.
Holloway's Pills. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 15 January 1886
H?olloway'i Pill?F.-The Great Needi-The bloyd is the life, an;l osn its pinriry- ur:health as ,ell a; onr existence dipeintf. 'i'eds. Pills thoruuohly.c!ernse the vital lit I iro n all contamtinations, and by that rii easlll strcncthen and inlvigorate the whole sstenm, healthily stimulate slu-iseh orgnrl, repress over-excited action, an I estnblis.h order"'of cicnulsatii and sacretion throusshout ,every pait of the b,,dy. The halsantic naturei of IIitloway'a Pills exer i. ni mrvecllouni sp-r in givine tlone to debiiiattdrd Ini ne.rous constitutions. Tieseo Pills :dislodge : 'all ohbsrrctions. both ill hlowcls and clolewlisre, asinare. on tlsit acecount. much soughla thr fyr promoting regularity of action in youngs fetsalesaid delickate p rins?? hosvlib ns isat nr ally weak, or havo fromn somew c;use.becotns sn. . • - " . " - ; .
An Attempted Suicide at Benalla. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 15 January 1886
AUinAttEempted uileide at Bsenalhl.. Atthe'I?nalla Police Court oni Monday, .before Mr" Wyatt,.P:bI., and iothers; 'Fredirick Ritson, a fitter.in the employ of aIr HII.Motdie, Benalla, was charged :with .attenipting to conunitilt suicide by ichttinrg his throat.. John Hill, a publican rcsiding at Benalla, deposed : Shortly after noo on Suniday,. Mrs Ritson caine to m?y house, and said sha thought her husband wiented.to destroy himself. She asked oco to go doiswn to the house. I dcid so, and s:aw the i;cused standing before a looking-glass, with a, knife in his hand, and attempting to cut his throat. I took the knife front hint, and laid hitii on the beld.. The:?,ran for Dr. Henry, .who arriied: pinmptly and said the wound was only a slight one. He attempted to stitch it upi, but the accused declined to aIiow him.e Sdmie time afterwards lie r grew boistcrous, .,nnd ifv had to tie him down. He at first denied having done it, but subsequently, when ho saw blood on his fingers, he said,...
MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 15 January 1886
3IEL5BOUP2E 3iXRK ETs5. Fat Ca~tle.--AboLnt 1?)0 were varded, con distini chiefiy of second to eood quality, unlt a small proportion being prune. The demand was dull, the warmth rf the we.tther beinR unfavorable to sales. and the pricC realitcn abow a reduction of fullk Wt:s per'heani romn last weeks rates. ikstpens of bulloeks so'd at from £1l to £13 5s,'=ccording to wejiph: good do.. from £9 10s to £10 10s : recond do., fromn £7 to iS 10sO inefrior, fron £0. Best pens of cow.*, from £7 10a to £d 17 Gd; good-do,;feromS0 to q-7; "midd!ing and in ferior do., from £-. Fat Calres.-2-20 were vard'ef. The le moand was not so pood e a last wtee:, wnd prices.rucd ed sier. Btst so!d at from :tiy O0s; toad, frontm "' 50 tto r second. from 30s to 4G0 ; Infer:ir from 15 c . Fat Sheep-A oAut 20,000 were r}ardc'. The demand .ase bri - t'hroug-ltCen. and primerand gw?'ti auaties so!-:- t :dyvnucedl rate., while 1i.i dling and infieior dr.ctip- I tlnas .'u realiises. heror d pe ras. Bitat crossbre...
STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 15 January 1886
STOCK SALE. Mearsr S!ec, Ogilbv, and Co. report.--\V held our mnual monthly atcck sale at Violet Town on M.onday last, the 11th lint., when the demand was far in advance of the suplyv, "not a-stng breat being turned' ot of the yards unsold. Cattie.-About 2d0 yarded, for which from the comllcnczenent. of the sale the bidding was very brisl: nid, we quote from 10N to 15s advance on previous sn!,.
Gazette Notices. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 15 January 1886
Gazet. 'it tO . Util·ee . u; Applications for L~uses Approved.- Ecdi~srd. (uinlan, Pine Lodge, '24a 2r .8p,; John Muihadl1, TallyLaroopna, 132a 2r f8lp; Alczanier Stowart, Pine Lodge 35a Orr 18p: Issue ofi- new Licensee Appro'ed: -Johný Pysan," 20a, -Avencl Jobn " rodie, 20a; Gobur Thomis Dill on , 20nCbowaugaruhiL, ; Giorge penulo~ L'O; 1? ehLnbaj el Jobn Tield;.:20e. . ha ·Janbo 'norgse, _^a, 7 'Dalmaaaum. " . - _ .- .. ! `
Terrible Deaths from Thirst. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 15 January 1886
Terrible Deelat~ s ro ThhirMt The Diaiii,:ntinh police report, .wit re frdeiidceto the finding of the -bodies' f. three men about 30 mnilei south-east: of Oiifto:i Hills, 'ii thed fa north, on the 11th Decenmber,' thliti two hf thie bbdies were lying ii' a small wurley and the other six f:ebt ;:hy':frozilit: Tlhey hade?'idcitly been dead :ibbut a fortight. when dis corvered, itd' thei. appeared::d to.. have perished froni thirst.:: A pocket book:was found containing the following scrap. of writing in pLhneil: --" Arthur Honey, parent's address-Thomas Honey, Piper's Flat, F'r:ndale, Sydney.- New Sutlh WVales.: Killing mare cause of loss of life. Let four horses g. If we wcht un instead of killing maro--- ." The narrative elds thore, as if thew rrite? was ehiaiusted. Thei nanmes of the other two men were evidently Malcolom Carminhael and Michael Butler. Tihe mare referred to was lying about 30 yards fri-m teu bodies, chopped on the skull with a tomahawk. A billy can con tainintg conge...
Mr Service at Castlemaine. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 15 January 1886
:lr Service at CansitIe atie. A Mr Service delivered his promised. valedictory address to the' electors of Catstleaiisic on Wedriesday `nighit. - The Theatre Royal was crowded by an audience. which listenedi to the Premier's remarks with the closest attention. "Mr Service, who wais accompained by Mesars Moriy, Tucker, Langridge, Sargood, Campbell, Levioen, and a number of other private members of both Houses of Parliament, met with a most enthusiastic reception uponhis arrival at theCactleiilifice plat form, and the proceedings at the meeting were characterised by the uitmiiost harmoniy. The mayor of Castlemaine. Mr W. Gimaul ton, occupied the chair, and lr Service, who was received with much cheering, addressed the meeting, which was most, attentive throughout, at considerable length. He commenced by referring to to the history of the last session, and the effect of the coalition, whirch lie claimed had been most benefici:al to the country. A resemd was given of 1thn work of tlhe s...
LONGWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 15 January 1886
LOUVQWOOD. ! (FRod 'broutowN CoRRESPObNDENT.) h if`2glad to ifii fot you that the concert. anid'bll. fi'iinidl ot-?? tl'rwiso were'A scco'as,?realsiaing,£2i 2 tobe, appopriated? i towards ? ayii??,ba?i~~i, i duifor celig fi.: hill andrediucing dobtonthe hall building. OnNnowi. Year's ?Night the ball passed off quite injoyaibly,,the hail being .well filled, a?:d:thoao present danced-to the music of Messrs Grant:Brosi; assisbtd by a- musi' cian fron"'thf" metrdpOlius "refroshmnints boing~, liberally suppliped .at 12 o'clock. DaricinMb was:.indulged . in till ' o'clock a.mti., each.lady:appearing to: rival the othorF.i deras .and action. It is opeuly, spoke'n o liavinig a concert -arid ball to bd held at Easter, in Aid of the ball fund, when it 'is full-y anticipatedl an interestini enterta-inment will be got up.
The Tumberumba Shooting Case. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 15 January 1886
Tlhe Tsunhberumbsa Shooting Cataet'. The following is the statement of ltlr Hinder, manager of the branch of the Commurcial : Bank;, Tunberunmba, who was charged with having shot Mr H. A. Wolfe: -On Neis Year's Eve I was engaged in the bank, till. half-past 11 o'clock at niight, it'beinig'the day fdr balancing the lhalf-yearly; operations in :the .biank. I then retired to my bedroom. Iwas soon afterwards roused' "y my wife, who appeared to be much territied at the noisu and disturbtance in tle street.' She asked me to go with her and seo,.what was the matter. We went on to the verandah, Iand saw a cratod of persons snaking a dreadful noise and !letting off fireworks. We then went inito th. drawingroomn and heard the crowd approaching the bank, one person saying, "Cone up to the bank; there's lots ofnmoney.there." :They then canioe up and began 'yelling and hooting, and beating at empty, tins;, also singing "'There's bounid to be a row." I said to iny wife,' 'I hiave a great mind to ...
Euroa Police Court. Wednesday, 18th January. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 15 January 1886
. • : - . "- - ? -- - Wcudnesday, ISUt January. BeforeM. M enna, Esq.-, J.P. . Benjamiin Gould was' preseiitcd'on three charges, viz., drunk and disorderly, abusive language, and resisting the police. On the first count he was fined 2s Gd or 12 hours' imprisonment, and on each of the others, 20s, in default 3 days. The l fines were paid. Thiirsday, 14th January. (Before Mfessrs. 1'. IIehir, Jas. Birkett, and M. MeKenna, J.'sP.) Police v. F. Beggs-Wilful destruction of property. Detective Duncan prose cuted, Mr O'Leary for the defence. Thomas Lake, sworn, deposed that lihe was a carter, residing at Euroa. On New Year's Night he, in company with Beggs and others, went to Sheppard's Farmers' Armas otel. Beggs knockedat the door, and then he pushed his shoulder against it. When lihe did -o one of the panels cracked. To Mr O'Leary :' Cannot say how many persons were present. Harry Gordon, sworn, said he was a. laborer, residing at Euroa. On New Year's morning he was in company with ]Segg...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 15 January 1886
MODEL LODGING HOUSE, KING STREET, MELBOURNE. Esa ?? 5Hen 1872. ?OI'FFRRS the best Accommodation for . Visitors from the Country procur ;able in the City. BEns ls, 9d, and 6d per .Night. Every Convenience for the com Ifort of Lodgers. ' J. Wr.xrss, Superintendent. 'Tnos. McPszcxso ) :O. FE.rWiCK, 'Directors. 3,co. BLYl, J T. H. MOYLE, ' (Late Land Oficer, ,eymour.) ,GOVERNM ENT AND GENERAL AUCTIONEER, 'Stook, Land, Insurance and General Commission Agent, :SE Y~M O U R ;..Business of all kinds with the Lands Department Conducted. Agent for : Royal Fire Insurance Company. (Colonial Mutual Iife Assurance Society, (Limited.) A WORD IN SEASON. - Twenty-eight rears' Practice in this Colony -On SPECIAL DISEASES - . Has given - -Dr. L.- : S"MITH The S Most Thorough Knowledge ----Of Disease in All its Intricacies. IN ENG?AND .He was Assistant to the .Greatest Syphilographer in the World. DR. 'ROBERT JA-MES CUtVER VELL, SLondon.-. "" Thus, in visiting.-- DR. L. L. SMITH PATIENTS Know -They are...
Arrivals of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 15 January 1886
I arrive at Violet To'wn Post Office as follows : . From Melbourne daily 10.35 a.m., and .7.20 p.m. ?From Tamleugh, Tanleugh North, and 'Caniambob--ondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, 4.30 p.m. From Marraweeney, Boho. and Strath bogie - North-Tuesdays, and Fridays, ;6.30 p.m. From " Gowangardie,-Tuesdays, and Fridays 10 a.m. .From Barrington's, Careambo-Mon day, Tuesdays, and Fri-lays, 4.30 p.m.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 15 January 1886
!uei sn aes8 iocee.. MR. H. H. REEVES, !eacher- of Muaic, 4 c. - Tr.is : Private Lessons wvith3 Theory £1 10 0 ?Ditto. at his residence 1 1 0 LIlarnonv &T£horonugh .Bass, to advanced pupuis. Intending pupils way'leavoe heir:ad dresses at the "Adveriser" office, and will be called upon by Mr.Reeves. S [A. C?AD.] TO THE LADIES of VIOLET TOWN and surrounding District. MRS C. R. DAVIS, DRESSMAKER. S .5fILLINER, `Lily _street, .Vinlet Town. Fit and Style Guaranteed. MISSES -YC'XON, DI)ESSMAKERS .;o MIILLINERS, RAILWAY :STREET, .EUROA. : Straw Hats Cclane and Altered into New and Fashionable Shapeo. Also Feathers' Cleaed and Curild. .:. 'H. GTRAHAIM, COMMISSION and: GENE.?R L AGCENT Farm and Daihy Produce, Wool; :Hidec &o., iforarded for sale. Loans Negotiated on Easy Terms. Lowest Rates of Interest. 3IcGUINNESS STREET llUROA. --:Looer no 47 BAR RACLOi GH'S : - ---Fr.te - ' RIANDEST DISPLAY OF BOOTS OF ALLTZ -DEserTIO-sa To be met with in the North-Eastern ?~TANTED -KNŽOWN...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 15 January 1886
S I: nreh? otices. ' WESLEYAN CHURCiT; E UROA. Sus.ry, 17Th JANU.aR, 1886. R.. ~ARNOLD will :coiduct Divine . Serried in the WesleIani Chuieh, Euroa, in the morning at 11 and .in the evcening at 7. CHLURH. OF ENG LN D.'." 2sD Si'UNDAY AFr.ili ErI?I."t . Tr HE iEV: "F. ?I ASON :WILSON will conduct Divine Service int St. Dunstan'sa Church, Violet Tcwn, oni,Sub day iorningi; at Balmitttum iii.tlihu-fter noon; anid at St: Paul's ChurchliEuro a, in the evouiing. ' Evening sibj?Lt- The Hieight, -theo ?. j.t y, -uada.t}.e-Sublimrn Grandeur of the Cross. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. SuSDAY, JAX.LN Y 15m,h 1830. SERVICEES will ,? held at . Euroa, morning at 11; Strathbogie, in:.the afternoon at 3 ; and Euroa, evening at 7. VIOLET .TOWN ' PtESBYTERIAN CHURCH. S ERVICE will e held on Sid?.au next, :'Jai. 17t;li at Upotipotpon at 11 a.m., r nd at Violet Town - at 3 p.m., by :' ...::".MR GILSENAN. T LET.-200 Acres Good GRASS,-in Sthe parihi of Miepoll, for a term of tro or three vears, adjoinilng the ho...
The Advertiser "Let all the ends thou aim'st at be thy Country's, Thy God's, and Truth's." FRIDAY, JANUARY 15, 1886. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 15 January 1886
"Let all the c?-'h thou ui,'st at be ihy Co'un try's, Thy God's, and Truth's." FRIDAY, JANUARY 15, 1SSf. Tue hideous system of carryiiig out the' extreme penalty of the law, by hanging criminnls, has long been the shame of the English natior. A relic ofthlie bar barous darkjaiges, it has, with a wonder ful pertinacity, held its place, and been assimilated in the constitutioii df the most enlightened nation theworld ever saw. Wae have the curious spectacle of the most refined and exquisite machincry heing brounght to bear for the due investigation of crime, and the trial of its authors. The most .en lightiEid'men of the day. sit in judg ment, legal men of high statusiare :eniloded for prosecution and. defence i and the judge is usually.an e:.;ljiile of the llt hest iand best cultured intellect. Of 'tii:ese`'" proceedibgs the British ipeakinig riced is j'istly proud. But, after the passing of. a 'capital sefitence, there is thei. remarkable anomaly of one of the most detestable custom...
CRICKET. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 15 January 1886
On"Saturd.ty lasi thC-Bc&dla and Euro. clubs contested for the Bcnalla Challenge, 'Cup ont;the- ground-of-thle latter.' Th' h thatch which .was decided.a by thne first innings, rediultd in :a;victory:; for thu Euro.' team by 18 runs. For tie the victors the highest :score~ wre-Sinclair, 2-; Pleasaints,,22; Emneti, 20; while for th riisitors, who coinpiled 81, J. Clark headed the list with _0, the other doublc figu'ed couitributo-s boh.g-Ka.in, 17; G. Jordan, 16 ;.Carr, 10. The success-5 ful bowleors for the homrne teams wore I'Corunick-'. d-,InLean, swhile for their oproaent.s R. Jarv imid Ki. aii iidl the iiost execution. Appieded iare the cores: .... Et:o. -IFi+t Innings. Plesants, c Jamvi.. C .;m 1 'Turn.r . J.orlau, I Rai .. . 1 li'Cormick,. W'Jarris... -:. . 0 En?nettt,b Jarvis 0.. 0 t'iKa- b Jarvis ... ... ... 10 ll'ebstcr, bJames .. - ... 3 1'Lean, c Jordan.,. b Carr ... ... 10 Enunett, run out ... ... ... 20 Sinclair, rmn out . ... ... .... 24 Birkett, b Kal:i .. .. ...