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GAZETTE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 26 September 1884

Mr. M. G. Clark to be Clerk of Petty Sessions at Benalla, Euroa and Violet v-=.--Morre., -.* '., : :,,: .- ,' ~~- -, Ifr. F. Clalmeinls to be Governinpnt AdditorforEuroa, Goiilburnand.Waranga. Messi-. R. G. Meade, J. Maxfield and E. Hill to be trustees of the land teiipnr arly: rese s-od as a site for aicemetery at Longwodd in the room of Messrs. R. W. Kiehan 'and.A. Smith deciased, and A; Dodd left the district pplicationsi for licenses under- thi Lanid- Act: approved, Edwafrd' Grogan, Bohlo ; A. F. Millerd, Branjee ; Elizabeth E. Worlarid, Biranjee;' N T. Golbuirg; WarreTnbajyne ;. JI.. Pasc6, Boho ; Edward Harcey, :Boho. -. /!- 7i , i" License. under the; Land Act revoked or non py ment of rent. Michael Boylo, A pplictions i for i *Lemaes approv ed. lhomina Dillon Gowangardie. Williin McGuire, Balmattum. Tenders are called for the supply of urniture &c., for the Post and Telegraph lffice, Euria;'retuirnable by '2hd October. Dr AMoorhouseo, D.D., and .the, Honi:. ,V E. and...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 26 September 1884

Births.   SIMPSON.--On the 16th of September, at Anderson street, the wife of N. Simpson   of a daughter. Marriage. SAYERS-TIMOTHY.-On the 22nd of Sep— tember at the residence of the brides' parents, William, eldest son of Mr. Sayers, Karranmonus, to Mary, eldest daughter of Mr. Timothy, Toolamba.

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 26 September 1884

TIE PULRE BRED CLYDESDALE STALLION,: S.THE LAI R D Will STAND this season at lihe owniers farm, andi travel the. sate district is last seasoni, nsamely: Euroa, Miepoll, M?og lohncilly, .Rallliattumi, and Goontra, will commeni ce his rounds Ist of September; For terms and pediree, see cards which can be obtained firo t.he owner or groom. -t JOHN WALSI, C Goo?urm, Etroa. R1HE PURE BRED CLYDESDALE PRINCE OF WALES Will travel through Miepoll, loney suckle, Cahtle Creek and Euroa. Prince of Wales is six years old, seven teen and a half hands high. dark d:apple bay, with four black legs, plenty of bone and ablsundanceo f hair. He is hy Cox's Prince of Wales., pronounced in his time to be King of Stallions. He hls proved himiiself a sure foal-getter. For terms and further particulars, Sapply to the owner. W. LECKIE, Miepoll Soutl. TO STAND AT THE OWNERS FARM. The Pure bred Clydesdale Stallion, s AM a A L LO AY. By Lord Galloway, (imp.) Sallm Galloway is a black, horse staidi 16i hands high...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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HERE AND THERE [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 26 September 1884

HERE AND TIHERE-* A nSiOLL A-weric in coiten?pboriry writes:-the l;ast year has been a-very o'od - year flt muminties An immense a luber of lice, gentecllooking mum Miies have been unearthed near Thebes. They are not doing anything, in which respect they urseuible very much the living inhlstiian't-t of those' castern ciuntries. in Egypt quite a: number of frehlt iummlies have ,also been discovered, but. none of them have, the scientific value of the cave full of anicient Egylptihuts discovered iabout a viar andi a half ,?o. No less than thirty lar.:i an influential mummies were :ill fiuind together, iin a most excel!ent state of preservatioli.* Mlost of thle mnnulllll es belonged originally to royal per.otls. One of thlle was satpposed to be Il ,tieses ] I, whlo was the original Jacob i,Tot'nsend 'lhnaohi that stilh-ned his neck a:nd hardeted hi? heart whenever the. Jewish employee.s in the royal brickyard wanted to g, I F the Nile on :1 s'cambo:t exclrnsion. ire was a itard-liearte...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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MOGLONEMBY JOTTINGS [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 26 September 1884

S .BY-INCOG" . . co Our State school is getting ovdrcrowdedl tuch.to the satisfaction of 'thO'terc her. Whatever cauisesaare. at work,..the-ff66bt is. ain overcro.wded achoolroom? 1 :L:anl: not prepared to say whether it is owiiig:to:t!hle desire of parents to have their -hildrecnt educated, or whether the .teacher.'affords satisfaction; or whether Moglonenmby is a fruitful. district, .-and the: population a rapidly increasing one ; buh, it has been a. . glaring fact that during the past 15 monthsl the attendance has almost doubled. Sonioe- . times between 40 and 50 children 'are' to be found packed into a schoolroom,-whose dimensions are 22ft by, 13ft.: Tht desk accommodation is 27ft, so;thait is:. ery difficult with the limited: schoo?lfurniture to secure satisfactoy. organlization . .I be eieve it is-the intention of tfie teacher to ,apply.for the removal of the partition be tween the; achool-roonr-ahd quartdrs 't- ci .tached,. asa~e" doesa ot- occupyl..th;u6.i ' Should the.appli...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
VIOLET TOWN MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 26 September 1884

VIOLET TOWN MEMS. ,,Two of Professor Samples. pupils, one a resident in this township;-and the other a visitor, desirousof havingas many lessons as they.could for their money, drove to Benalla on'Saturday to see the Professor expound his: marvellous, way df.training horses. The counter attraction ofa foot ball match, caused the attendance at the exhibition to be limited, but our friends learnt something new by their' second lesson, and in the evening started home in high spirits, and believing in their own minds, their power to break in Any horse in a very short time. Aftei tlhey hail proceeded some 'distancei on the return journey, "the wind blow ? nad the rain descended," making the f?avielleri'Ieol-th reverse of comaf6rtable. Pitch' darkness reigned round, and they havititnino lamps with them, the position became- very dangerous as'the' road is'the reverse of good in some parts. After they had passed Baddaginnie the rain camne down so heavily that they were forced ; to take the h...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 26 September 1884

SM.in ..- A ..dert mimcetst. P OSPE.OTCUS OF THI '. TJU EE -ULIEE TEIBUTE SCOMPANY, TABLE LAND, DiY CREEK.: S(T6 be Begistered.) -. . Caiaitall, £112,000, in 24.0049( AltareN @tfl(O cascim 2400 Sharos, paid up to Gs peicr .share, retained by present Tributors, and liOC0 to be held towards thelpurobase of Pres 'nt Property; tih remaining 1i,000 art otfered to the Public; Is payable on ap plication, and1 Is id on allotluult. Calls, if riquired, not to exceed 3d per month. Directors to be elected at the First Meeting of Slrareholders. £lO of thl proceeds to be appropriated to rlcou i'the expenditure in ojpeying, up, re-timbering, and extending the existing tunnels and other workings; the balance (less preliminary expenses,) to be placed to the credit of the Company towars tihe purchase of Machinery, &c. Charles E. Clarke, Brokcr, 31 Collins Street, West. This Tribute (wlichi lias five ycanr-tb run; witl the optiboi of absolute purchase for the sumi of £4000 at any time during t...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ARCADIA. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 26 September 1884

(rnoMouaRow conijtESOND5\T.;) A. meeting of the Vigilance Committec was held at the State Sichol Arcadia East, ont Satlirda.y wek,fdor the purpose oi considerigthe' alvi.ibility ot the muchll talked of Severoice." Mr. W: Dunica occupied, the chair anid.briefly. stated tht course of the::meeting;,also that he (thl .chairman). had recently been..in Euroa and that the members of that Council wenr totally oppo.ied- to a_, sdvei'aicd from the Shire. . : , SMir: Field, the conveier of the meeting said;, that according : to the intelligence derived* from nithe chairman;i they woul: have to: remain as they were, but it wam :their intention :to obtaii: a severance it possible. " .- .,, :: Mr. -M.:. Stewart,: thought that if a -severance wasobtained, that the ratepayen wouild be placed in a more critical positiow than they were at present, and :explained his reasons for saying so; referring to the Shheppartodne?lwe as proof of his .assertion. Mr. John Chanter, said that at one time, iltlidugh...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LONGWOOD JOTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 26 September 1884

-.OWOOD J OTTX... On Wcdnesday week tlhe foundatioi stone of the new Mecluinics Iinsitute and Free Library was- laid by, Miss _, FMx well of this "township; in the- presence of about forty persons. The building when completed will be an exceptionally fine one for a country town,, and will sent240. Miss Ma3field inperfonning thecereiiony said,- "I haveobeen askedto-daytoperform a very pleasant duty, viz, to formally lay the foundation, of the " Longwood. Fre Library" and' "Mechanics' Institute." You are all aware of the objects of '.this institution, and as w.e are. now. 'ini.a fair way to realize our wishes, I lrve only.to wish you every success and to. h6 i'thii. the building ill. prve a boon .t6 thl district generally and bo only a fore runner of.nmany. other public i'uildini to be erected in this township. -" The follow ing is a copy of a document placed under neath the stohne together with a copy of the Euroa Adrertiber of the, 12th inst." On the 17th. day of September in the ye...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 26 September 1884

Special Ads ertlem iata. I Question : 15 IT TRUE T?HAT A. M'KENZIE OfThe "MELBOURNE hIOUSE, VIOLET TOWN, .. Is giving a DISCOUNT OF 5 PER CENT To All Purchasers of Drapery, Clothing, Boota and Shoes. Watches and Fancy Goods, etc. etc. OH YES It is Perfectly. Truq.) JI Called the other day with £5 (Five Pounds) and Spent it in DRAPERY GOODS. He Returned inme FIVE 'SH'IL-LINGS, And-I rias informed that, EVERYBOY.. 'RECEIVES :THE SAME.: 1 s in the Pound. .-- Man, -Woman- or -Child. 1 must also tell you that TH E STO C-K 13 A VERY- EL EGANT EXTENSIVE ONE,.: And the value I Received for my mioney was -SECOND TO NONE " In the' .1OIRTH EASTERN -DISTRICT. -=YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED - :A. " M'KENZIE, D3 -1... ... .! NOTICE. . WE thio underigned having DIS POSED of our- Newspaper and Job Printing Business at Euroa, -Violei Town.and Longwood to Mr Nealo, all accounts DUE to us are:requested to bh 'PAID to that Gentleiani, whbse receipt will be sufficient discharge. All accounts AGAINST the Lat...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 26 September 1884

PAPER-, BAG S; TEA PAPERS, STATIONERY, &c., STRY THE "AYVERTISER" Office. VIOLET ToE: . General Storekeeper S as always on ? land for sale GROCETIES of all kia13, Building materials, I enci'g, ire, (best br mands) ) Agent for the NEW ZA1 LAND. LOAl AND. MERCANTILiE "':AEN -Y:- CO 3 Lblio iu ,: Cash Advances mande against (Grain aid j Wool..: Agent fliu the Comnuiercisil:, Usii;n Fire As4unaance society. Melbourne, geiiot for the M ITUALASSU1 l CE S0OIETY 0"1 VICTOR[A. " .heart fur 1B Coriaci i -k Reaper aid:- Twine Binder, and other Agricultdrial fiplementsa ': inchiding : DOBIES" SEED SOWERi PETER BE?YS DOUBLE ACTION? caURNS. -:: The mostLabour Sa:ing Churn' Known. - Cash Buyer' f all Farn: PrIod- i FRUIT. TREES AT .MELBOURNE PRICES, 0O THE SOnTE.ST. NOTICE. MUTIUAL ASSURIANCE SO CIETY OF VICTO)RIA- (LiITED.) H. Head Office, 79 Little Collins' street, PWe~it -lelbourne. oriLte ssUraue -=-- .. Si Policy Holders )ivido the Profits. JlU I llElCTlOnb: Q" 31r Thomas Loader,;(T. ...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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The Advertiser "MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 26th, 1884. SHAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 26 September 1884

," MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." FRIDAY. SEPTEMIBER 26th; 1884. THERE are evils and abuses beyond the pale of politics, which have; grddually grown up amongst. us, and wlhich, if they could. not, be.entirely removed, might be- .erylmatenally mitigated by 'firm and united 'action on the Piirt of the press.' ?Foremosti?inongst these is the abuse of charitable efforts-piihlic and ,priate. The. subject, isa wide one, butat present wo-shiall-confine; our remarks to the matter of funeurl rifeform. ,The'gross. extravaganco fre quently displayed on such occasions hias rcall?d; forthrthe :ire aid; irony of journalists, aiid has been greatly repro bated by sensible people who, howevei; are in-the minoiity at present? Spas modic efforts have from time to time been made in various places in thei direction of funeral reforms, but as yet with very little effect, indeed, as far as: Victoria goes, it may safely be said with- ,ione. Curiously enough, it is only amongst the upper and wealthy classes in...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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THE VIGILANCE COMMITTEE. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER.) [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 26 September 1884

THE VIGILANCE COMMITTEE. (TO THEEDITOR OF TIHE ADVERTISER.) Sm,--In reply to the letter of " Vigi lant' I beg to state that I have not one word to say against the gentlemen who formed this committee on personal grounds. Many of them are known to me, and I have worked harmoniously with them for many years for the good of the township and district, and there is not one of my brother councillors but will give me credit for doing my best as a member of that body. The statements of," Vigilant" as to what the conmmittee have done are perfectly astounding. That committee has only been in existence a few months, and yet "Vigilant" mentions a great many improvements which have been effected two or three years ago, and yet he claims these are the result of the Vigilance Committee. He instances Mansfield line of'coaches, post office site, school addition, post and telegraph office, Receiver and paymaster and a number of other things, all of which were accom plished facts before the Vigilance C...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
"UNEE UNEE" MINE. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 26 September 1884

"UNEE.UNEE" MINE. It is not generally known that not more-than twenty-five miles.from this -township, in a place known as the .Dry Creek, there is -working. at-"the present time a very rich mine, known as the Unee. Unee. The property is sittiated oin a table land owned by Mr. R. G. Meade and consists of.two gold mining leases containing over twenty four acres of auriferous land. Endeav ours are now being made to form a company to thoroughly work this mine, which is believed to be the source of illimitable wealhh, and the prospectus ippears iii- oir ad drtising coluinris. By reference to which it will be seen thatthecapital of the proposed company will be £12,000 in 24,000 shares of 10s, each. 2,400 shares paid up to 5s: per share retained by. present tributors, and 5,600 to be -held towards the purchase of present, property, the re maininig 16,000 are offered to thepublic, one shilling payable- on application, r and one shilling and sixpence on allot Smonet. Calls if required-not to...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A LEAP-YEAR LEGEND. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 3 October 1884

A LEAP-YEAR LEGEND. Miss Susan Aramantha Scars Did lo,ve and woo a comely lad ; But, all despite her plaints and tears, A mostdistressing time she h.id She did not suit her lover's dad. The old man locked his lovely' boy Within a dlark and lonesome room, Which did the gentle youth annoy And plunge his soul in dismal gloom, Likc,. ise retard Miss Sears' bloom. Time ld mian boughta pair of shoes, 'Which, by the godof war, lie swore lic would fordreadful purpose use If e'er again, as heretofore, Thle girl hung round his mansion door. B]it late onenight Mlis Susan crelt In througli the gateway, undismayed, Aind, while h;er father soundly slept . Beneath her lover's window playedl Atid sang a dulcet oc, e nade. Aid, as she sweetly played and salng. She had no thought of harm, I wsee n When, lo ! from out the darkness sprang, t Uiibidden to the festive sdene, A bill-dog of ferocious mein ! Tlie'sight,of that ferocious biute : Is.'el Aramaintha' Sears turu'paleI Slii; shrieking, fled ;-he ...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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LELIA FORD. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 3 October 1884

IELtXI ORD11). liv F. T. : o '- ctttdl help nclling Le.ila Ford icraV. Al she stoolid lnlinll: hler a?y.'-s cthat brighl t rilnl i lg illmu!n i t'sI !iher ;a!dtleC hat ]ln litt . rolei'r l" ie"" r awil.= tn,1 the wind fatrming i,:e c':,ek., and blowitI about it her t tir , olen hair. I li t Ford wa;tl ilth, sdut'r of a weathh Linker, ilht it:tr hat d leeti left Ililt 'l atily ago t t widlxt r with to l childIhh tiet. L bli tu.sl riaisy. L.Ilia was twolvo htari (titl whenil litr nother ,lied, ti ll r .ister l),,i'y nine year.. Ithy hi- l Loth been l.t a Iolit: i 1nt :st ol hr thek iat six i sll ; ' s1 w? h e n l a. l .t |i itl d eighteen ht r fither took her, tfroit sitheoi toid ic fside over his tholill ta.ving his? igellr dIaighit, r still at. :dicool. She had lbcen only a week ati hite o, tllin as ite stoold tntinly hlt ino editation over ' ero, 1l, Irs, shll nvTer noticed her tether ltvancingll towalrd her till i loving hand wasto b p1iced on her sh itl-ler, and .h!o heard lisim ...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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EUROA RAINFALL FOR YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 3 October 1884

EUljlO 1lRANFALL FORXLU.\Ib:'. TIhie follioing is a comiplte tablc of 1M ls N(.of dais. R i ,iaifal. ai 1.10 a1 ril 1.01 1L y ~ S 3 sir Jul2 4 J.uly -'1: SojteiiiI. r iJ 2.01 '-'otla for snnul piriud lane year. J (;°,2 18.37 ,Rainfallil to. endi if A II lil. Place No..ofday·s -Rainfall. :Stratlibogic I lt~iangs ' 5 Xf.1 An inch reiprcseilts abtactds1Aniad tons pier acre. -c

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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EUROA POLICE COURT. Friday, 26th September. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 3 October 1884

'i :If ?y :. -aý9.rta- a a - srat°z: Friday, dUlh lSefLdene. -..--. Before : Messrs. G ibsoii, (hainrman) Biirkett,- I3'Guihnness', :-lPKennii, l aid ,L lackreil, J's P. TRUANT CASES. Kine parents were suimmoned by Mr HMcNe, truant ilticer, for not sending their children to schoodl the nuiber of days required by the act. Va"rious excuses were offered, but none were dee-nielr o uf f eulicient moment to warrant a disniis?sal,; and fines varying from one to five shillings wdri3: illieted, with °2s 6d costs in each ease. ; A.SAINST ORnEIMiS. .T. Shelswell. licensee of the Iaiicdi s' Arms Hotel,. was lproceeded :c.¢inst -for selliing liqtir ohi Sunday, to other than 'lhdeers or bonea fide travellers. if SI: C. "Lamiiek :;?ippeaed foiP tl defence. The first witiess callel for the prosecu tioni.wars a man named: Jqlln Kelly, who deposed tlhat on Sunday hist he was sup plied with a piont of -beer: in Shelswell's hlotdel, which lie paid for. In reply to hMr Lamrock, Kldly siaid'lli did not p...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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COMMERCIAL. LIVE STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 3 October 1884

LI'EL STOCKI -Iaossrs R. Gibson & Co. report having sold 5 bullocks for _ir W. XSterling luroa. Fat Cattle.-Prii'me pens of; bullocks sold at from n li 10i to £18 5:0. .godd do,;fio 'z x 1:1 to & 1- 10 .; sccolidil do from "£L1 to -21'-; inferior trom £5, ]0s ; prime pens of cof-s, from £11 to £1:3 is'; odd beasts tor £15 ; second, ~ Ifrom..£9 to ,£10 > middling and ifiife dr from ,?' .....at Calves-Bost. sold at.fromn..JOs to s Os ;.ond, frcm 5OstGo(te, s?coiid do: from 43u to b.lOa;i infiior froi

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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DAIRY PRODUCE, HIDES ETC [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 3 October 1884

D'IR i PRiODUCE, IIIDES "ETC M[essrs. M'KaIy :and M'Donald ??elirt A largge quantity of produce tohand to day, wlhich met. withbrisk cin'epetition. and sold at the followifngo "uiottationsu Cheese: Prime quality in good demand, -.and'sold at from 7d. to 7 Id. per lb.; medium, u d. dto (G?j; -inferior- from 4id. Potted 3utter: Prime niw miike, 7d..tt 9d. per lb.; good old, 7d. fo`Sld. per 11 Fresh Butter Choice dairies.uil, to 10. medium, 12d.; infeior. !;1. ;; l;]'s;:from 9.Id. to 10d. per dozen. 3Baeon: %nioked lutms, 9d.; sides, 7d. to Sd.; flitches, G?d.; do., green, fiTrm d. to Sd., according to quality; Honey, aimd. for good giraden lots: bush, 4d. to 4jd. Beeswax, '?, lier lb. Laud, 4d. to 4jd. per lb. Turkeys, fromo 10s. to 16s. per .:lair; ducks, 5si to 7si; -geese, 7s.; fowls,':. d Gl. to 4'. lid. Car cm se pork, dairy fed, Gd. per lb,

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