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WHO'S JUDAS. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER.) [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 3 October 1884

WHO'S JUDAS. (TO TII EDITor, OF THE: .DVEI:TISIriE.) Sii:,-Arc you not the victim of mis placed confidence with regard to the letter in your last issue purporting to emaani-te from Mr. Neelands ? Comparison with your last butchers bill, if you've paid it; will of a certainty reveal a forgery. Carefully studying the production referred to, judge of my surprise in discovering tle writer of a letter which appea:red in the BenealtaStandardlast July signed "Farmer' in which he, the writer, traitorously maligned a body of which lie was a trusted member. The trail of the serpent can' also be traced in an anonymous letter apparently from the storekeepers, to the head of an institution reflecting on their local representative i:1 a false and cowardly mannier. If lJr. Neelands wrote the letter which appeared in your columns then he wrote the whole lot; which I think lie did not, -.for our Councillor is :more blunt than snaky. I II also imay quote Scripture I too would say that though apparent...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
VIGILANCE COMMITTEE. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER.) [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 3 October 1884

VIGILANCE COIMMITTEE. O:, TIIE EDITOI OF TrHE. ADvRrisER.) Sit,-As chair man of the Vigilat Committee I have much pleaslre in in dorsing the statement of "Vigil:ant" re the work accomplished by that body, and although they have been but recently b:nded together, yet as individuals all that "Vigi!:nt" t:kes credit for they ih"re done indeed. I could lamrely suppli nment the p'ogrmnne but I do not thitnk it necessary or desi!bl.e. 1 will take this opportunity to assure Mr. Neelands, and through him the Council that it is the desire of the Committee to work ha:rmon iously with the Council an'd to render them our best assistance for the welfare And interest of the township, and would re gretif they, for one moment, entertained the idea that we were usurping their functions. Yours, &c., GEO. SUTHERLAND.

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EXPERT CRITICISM. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 3 October 1884

* r L?'i5. CIIXTIEK 411.. S"Got day, gntiilemoe." " A very nice-looking m11n stood in thu dlorfaV;5Y of the'editiirial" room anal gazutl i a benign .way attihe occupants of the 'apartincut. "Would it be possible for me to sell the Add.rtun,- Ira story'" ho coltilnuet. "'Whit kind of 1i story hlae yi grollulnd out. ?" askld thell horse reporter. '".h"e l toi3s;"sai.dd the'visitor is one iwhieh tle triiliiiph of love is ldepicted, "It isn't one of those 'anad as Ethel stood here- in soft: moonlight, her lithe figu har nply outlined against the ltestern sky, thelre was a loud crash in tCoasteliff .Castle, and the girl kneK-I tltather tijother al "rohped the dolighniltjrl kii?d. of storles, is it-leise it woit ido,.'' 'said the horsio-e iirter: . ~i. ! ofti "Tlhero is nothing at all'l ibou't dough nuts in the -story," replied the visitor, ratherhaughtilyl ; "but if youlike I can read ai:portion of it."' . -,ntzs..-I "A.ll right. . S.;"VWher' ishall 1 boogiti. ' : . L'Anyhio:re," repilie...

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

(Oiir columns are oipe for the discuosion of all questions wlhici are not of a sectarian character.. We wish it to be distinctly understood, however, that we' do not necessaiily "identify our+elvecs with the opinions ,xpressed by our coI respondents All commnunications intended f"ir insertioU must be addressed to Ihi., -Editor, aidl contain the-. nauc awl address of- the writer as a guarantee of good faith.-- En )"t."

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ARCADIA. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 3 October 1884

(r.torourows co-n~issroxDeN .)- . The.recent rahi; although ii6t!st?iicicitt" to supply the wants of vegetatiou in genueral,. hs-ailrcid cacusfd iimarl'kd -·e gress in the crops, and renewed to sonic extent~ the ahnost; despaDeud hopesidf.theo farmier, w'hosep lrospects, previous .to,the liaiigc, wiiee ert.u uy of a c ry glogany. Thiegrass ii very bacll ad n-grow h, owingi toI thei:'i ground ':?ieitcre hleing" thoroughly :satuirted t±hrough. the latter part of thel,inters u, di-nothiing less:ilha twelyc ,or;eighteein .onus pteudy fIlny.e pour -will ensue us; enar seiesoepe supply of grass. Owing to the incleenrocy oS the weather on S:tuidl:nc ci-dning;"sevreral "of theo slo't prominent memeber'. Of (the S'debatit?g society were absent from the meeting, con sequenily;, i othigl;o:f nirpprt.tnoe:i trnt spired. . Foottall,is;.indulged - iis:ith-,gteat" spirit every Satui?eqy, afteyhrnooinby our local team, and ias thco groi6dt isgetting hirdrtlrli is cnsidered pleasant, they contemplat...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE MAN AT THE CORNER. (WITH AN EYE LIKE AN EAGLE.) [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 3 October 1884

T .I?LE'IT -? ? I.T - ATm. IL., E N Evoty married i;nl, can . easily ! recall' periods?, in 1his; d19 estic circunstanci when the presence of visitors it theyf:iIauil abode w;as, particoilaly" ol;jectiOiible;' 'AfitFoiW'"of <these' 'domesticd clouds, which are apt to cross the best regiiltetd, iteiths, ,in the course : ofhwhichi perhaps, the old lady has takenm:fainiliar aidilui-. warranted liberties ithli the fm' scattered ,locks, lhich constitui the t hair and board of her liusbqnd,aet;.ct:ir amoiiuntiof cool ;ig timed' if I might souallit;is absliolptely ntcessary iii oirder to reduce theoteopera ture,- suiicieintly , for'. the' reccptidni of visitors. My_, experioence is, that whens people cal'I pi6r to this i'rduction in tent peIlture, it i, exceedingly aiiuyi?ig!. A'' man who ki ets arglay mnimner; antd -full-' fli?g of light conversation, while at the same time freshly smarting under the rccent and violent bhereavement sustained by his head, is never very successfu...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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LONGWOOD JOTTINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 3 October 1884

(FRO.M OUR OWS COREIttSPOtNtiRT.) The second sale of stock &c. wa, sheld here on WYednesd:a last, Mr. Thom.as Dobbin stock and statimi agetnt ofliciating, as i uition.cr. The attizdalnce of butyers was very encoumagiiig. Horses sold up to £30 14s.; sheep, (in the wool) realized to 11sit ; cattle, t, stt up to, £7 5s up to expectation. . Mr. Nicholsonis unw btllclT:ry establishl ine11t has .prl ed a, great boon to the iesiden s hiere. Finding that tli area:T was not sttflicient for the accoltnnodation of "expectanit visitors, :tle coniuittec'of thi Mechanlics' Institute at their last i eitiug held ,it the evening of the 29th ult. resoltdil: that an uliti o, shtd be nuttde smto that the staoe should not interfere with. the sitting area liy Udditig ti the reur ;gable a wooden structure 10 x 20 roof iron. 'Thi Ibrick work is' pr?ores?isiig favourabtly beinlg neuarly 8 feet in height.. : , A m:eeting of the intmtiibeS of the Lougwood Cricket ClIh was held on Tuesday the 30th tilt...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 3 October 1884

Death. SCOTT,-On the 2nd October, at Euroa, Martha, the second daughter of Mr W. P. Scott, aged 27 years, of consumption.

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 3 October 1884

1i`ie111 1 11111E 1lED CLYDESDALE STALLION, 'I 1E LAIIRD) Will STAND this season at the owner's tuI, and htavel tIvl samle district ls last soa?o, unamely: Eairoa, Mliepoll, llog lnmiuhy, lialuattun, anud Gooramn, will com lIonc his rouuds Ist of Septemllber. F,'or tels and pedigree. see cards whlch cua be obtained from the owner or JOHN WALSH, G(ooitun, Euroa. T ?lE PURE BRED CLYDESDALE bl'rA LLION , PRINCE OF 1WA LxES Will travel through Miepoll, Honey suckle, C;astle Creek and Euroa. Prince of Wales is six years old, seven tecuI and a half hands high,. dark dapple hay, with four black legs. plenty of bone and abundance of hair. He is by Cox's Prince of Wales, pronounced in his time to he King of Stallions. He has proved himself a sure foal-getter. For terms and further particulars, apply to the owner. W. LECKIE. Miepoll South. TO STAND AT THE OWNER S FARM, The Pure bred Clydesdale Stallion, SAM GALLOWAY, By Lord Galloway, (imp.) Samt Galloway is a black, horse stands 16;i hands h...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 3 October 1884

, TANT'~D TEAMS to Cart Timber to, Sthie Strathbogie Ssaw 'Milli? Apply to man loading:tricks a Rail~ray stationh Enroa or at-the nill. -: T-TAŽTED :CORRESPONDENTS in the . country districts.. Full par ticulars at this oftice. : . Fear Malstc. TASTE P--APER FOrsU L z lc eiP. " -adrerti ner Office.:' . ? ..... " QADDLE and BR1DLiE (English), for Sshale.. 1. Apply Ad?Ectiser 'Of~idd, EOR SALE.-Boot Business iii"oirk S land-strec t :Euroa, tigeiher . withl Shop aild Lanud:. didjoining. Fof°" terms apply to S. Bin:iceorr, Kirkland-street. . Oj SALE.--One Nicholson Reping, -" lichiInd I;orll oirsoooks conlbined, +lso ChaIlhutter, by Wilder.. Apply .cLxs Mxinr, Boho, Violet .Tow-. ,TRAYED into my paddock, Chestnut horse branded i. neIhr the shoulder, No. 7 on tligh.. Ower can iave s: uis v ? - - . -. ... .... ... . .... . TItRAYED into my paddock at Seven. Cricks, Euroa,' Chestnut FILLY, branded C on slhoulder.! .Also into nil~. piaddock at Bahnattum, Bay MARE, lieavy iii foal. brauds .no...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 3 October 1884

'THE WONDEI3 OF TIAE i'OjILD. S .II ERPMA N'S.: 'SI-i F1D- W' S - .clcbratc- \ eri n.- Destro yer. Tlis preparation is kno'wn throughlouti th il i iilised world to be far tupreriori to anytlling 3yet discovered for Esmdicsttifig Tic, Scab, or Lice, on S~heI, Goats or Cattle. t- i It is sificiexit to say i'tla One -?Shillin"r 'Packet of Powder dissolved -iLtwo buckdets oif wvater will waslh eighibeen ?b?eop;. This admits the most economiicd, as well as the simplest plhn in the world for the cure and preventiou of:d ise scs incidental to ;fiilm stock. By its use thof1farmcr. can senure the heailth of his stock at the rate t of 3d per heiad perL anui i ....i ...s.. all l'sr-ge slheep districts ii i'tiishc,'li? Soputh Amelcric?., anid frica, no lthler pre 'i.h itiin is ?sed: Thu hVe ?.ini Destrojer' is also invaluahble for the purtpoi o of the " lioSiticuluradisti,oid it is most exLt'sively . LtAiell by the Floscer iuil Kitethen (rdener in Europe, America, aind in the.i ritish °l)oissea...

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

: I : ) i (nuo', oMi or a N. colsroSSONDErT.) After wuitingpatiently for some months to'st'eitaiil tif'one oidrc copitiifent t slia 'voukldtakr upon himself ,tho duty .,o forwardiig to you any i tenms of nows thait may froii tuhne to 'tiunf croji i up tinboxr flourisling parish, of Tamlnteugh. I ii n compelled totka tlirk t dutyi niyself, t idlby so doing ]rope Imy ffoflrts will-meet ijith th6 bijipini 1 of 'thlie Adecriit aht'r its numerous readcrs.-:-.:. . " The fiuarersini;this distrisixhve ?atmnd oztentb by. tloeo-whelcome" 'o rinavlloli-"tias fallen of late, but still-o: have o not had enough to satisfy'ouirequiredirfeits ; what 'vi did get, ir'iamorely sutitidnrt to fi,'shliih Stlic hcroips aind grassx which' Wvdre' iri a t eryiorxy- pha.hs!ItpfrevousaibG; r r1 10ion a. STli' bst'rop thtre:1' g:b sieen afin' i dosi't wialx to ierni fhlnt it,is theti iis UI t l thl uisric abut ju.usmg ifrds 1 1'u hiaw eseen, st's ulid be ;sard tk .be'x. it a, ,presenit ,Irhssic hrd, " histall~t...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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The Advertiser "MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3rd., 1884. HIBERNIAN SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 3 October 1884

" MODEIRATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE. ".. '..fIDi.,Y, OCTOLDEI sran, iSS. :I1ILBERNLIAN SOCIETY. ,OX Saturdayn cvmngigait s-everal of the Roman Cathotlics of this district met 1and.formed atbranchl of-the fHiberniauLn Aishtialasian iatholic lienefiti Socity Ollicer swere ppointed, scmera inembbrs proposed, and the Society started iii such a good way as to warrant tIh-. op)inion that in a few .months. it willi ha.e a mucLh, further- increamse: of beneficial Thec obji ets of thle' SocietyS its Luot?di from the rule book ak?i to r:imii fuiind' y voliuntiary subscrip tions- of:i members, with the aid of donations, for:! defraying the expenses of'tlie burial .of members mand their wives; for the .relief. of nembers i, sickness - and old- age.; for . anting; teunpoinry assistace .to. the widows Sri? . children of deco:ised: members "f r ,pfed o'v k -Ad ý,- . ,iitiers brothelmrsand sister? (eliiiemgolrphans, or eplyl j ulwng a w.idowved : motiher)'. of uinmarised inemtbers, .with ' inedlical a;tnI...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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LIFE IN THE CITY. CHAPTER III. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 3 October 1884

LIFE IN 'HlE CILTY. i5. r:'T5:R Ill. .Imagoine.the .gloes of, Collins-street at 'Cup tirrie' ds istrol do n the str"et between twelve and one the tr'ottoirs be tween Swansston ii d Qiccn-strcet are a Morving imass of inilinCry ..and. frshion. S soalso are the north s'ide of Bourke street wlere6 thel fashion shops are. Loeiuog' the l'ij irilice inl the former thoroughfare ni:irk!'te lstablisluentl of Rocke and Col, tie grand furniture merchants., .Just now illuminated by tlhe electric light. NiWlat a,tiplahy., ? Ever since the Exhi bitro6i, how the city has progressed in the direction of luxury. -Bright?d colors, niorc novel, shapes in );t :rmo're artistic appearance.are everywlhere; In tieoshop (windows 'Firhitture fritm Ehi:tdd' larind 'F p~re; ,ianos from, Dcrlin ;and Vienna; 'orgaS s ' fronm'- t4iieria;'; ca'ipsts / ifroro iBelguim' and Turkey ; curtainis and cloths1 from rliIid ; ri-rases froni S'itifes aiid' Jiij~ii stationery front Italy ;.ard' shown in pro fusion in ;ll the ?...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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A SCANDAL THAT DREW. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 3 October 1884

,t Tlic en:cinble c1ergyman 'roso slowly', in the piuliit, arid glanchig around oi the thidnly sciattered congregrrtion, said Sh an emphatic toine, in ? hich there wvi-tnore 0dr soiro. than of anlger -"'y .blav'ed bietlhert, I a'io it hopes that therewill leo more present nest'.Sabbaith] as f.Ivill th? : lihave :occasion to. leveal 'i seueidal' which likiis long oppressed 'ny heat It concernstlihe embers of thisuceliu'chve?y. deeply, -ud no- one who lias :a reg?d, for etiritloh?ihppiness 'should ,be.u; l1 tt" W'then the benediction was pronouncj.the lialndfl'of'p.I?;ol" slowly. dispersed~"bilt behold how much good- seed-a few-cihtt scatter. The next Sunday the sacred edifice Sds picked. There 'was iudhjd hardly breatihing room when the' criite haired -sago' once 'more' lifted his heod abjove the pulpi- cuslions, anda; ailence sof d.eath fell upon the?.xpectant th~ro?i lT stooda ,moment loodkin upon n tli unwonted' scene aud ''thein i s voice in silvery cadences ,birko the bush of. a...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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RIP VAN WINKLE & VIGILANT COMMITTEE. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER.) [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 3 October 1884

--- .,- - RIP VANX WINKLE & VIGILANT COMMITTEE. (TO TIHE EDITOR OF THME A?VERTIS.':.) Sn,--Winkle you have been working for years for the welfare of the township, have you ? I, for the :lst few days have been employing a most powerful magnify ing glass, .but have failed to detect a single iten of your work. In your case "Winkle" the Mountain has laboured. but nbot even t!ih Mouse is fortlhcoming. A?td about thl:a tlood of light you are to the lettinU in business especially going to let into the P'bliec athdl, 1 tIll1k yoI are equal Shel there i a Sall nhot. 0cC I hnoyou let- n the Council and the ratepayers withl ~li tumble! down Shire IIall and h1ow the Rcchabites will be let in when they knowl :ill about their HIall. Yes t'Winkle in tile words of Shlakespe:are taking you for (1[ [)al inl (Hi):!). I will never look on your like agai." But don't you think youl rather overdid it wheln . you twitted nfie with noV signing my. name to ..mly. ltter; for how dlo you stand ' Why "....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 3 October 1884

FOR PAPER BAGS, TEA PAPER S, STATIONERY, &c., TRY THE "ADVERTISER" : Office. W. ALLEN, vYo ET eTOWt, General torekeeper, IROl.ONGERa E : T C Has alwayr on hand for sale GROCERIES of all kinds, BEST QUALITY. B: ricks, Galvanise.l Iron. Lime. Cement, eilcing wire, (hcst brands.) .Agent for the NEW ZEALA.NI) LOAN AND MER 'ANTILE AGENCY CO Melboui n' Cash Advances tcade against G riin andj Wool. Agent for the ConannersciIl; iUnion Fire As arsurlance locietýy. Melbourne, Agent for the MUTUAL ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF VICTORIA. Agent for M'Cormack Rleaper and Twine Linder, and other Agricultural Implements, including : DOBIE'S SEED SOWER, PETER BEY'S DOUBLE ACTION C H-IURNS, The most Labour Saving Churn Known. Cash Buyer of all Farm Prod FRUIT TREES AT MELBOURNE PRICES, ON TUE SIIORTEST NOTICE. MUTUAL ASSURANCE SO CIETY OF VICTORIA (LIMITED.) Head Office, 79 Little Collins street, West Melbourne. For Life Assuranuceand Endowments. Policy iHlders ')ivide the Profits. Mr Thomas Loader, (...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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LOCAL MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 3 October 1884

The lot:al mill reports: Wlheat 3 7id; sECd whleailct -?s ; ed oats 2s ?d; fowls wheat is. Sr C. L. leloos reports pries S oeally uis follows.- Fr; esh butter 7di toa !thl: "Potted butter Gd to al. E'ggs, 8 Carcase pork, u'iier 001lb -ld. 1Fowls, 2s tc is per pair. -]lucks is per pair; ' ,. S-'urkeres-s to l0s per paiir" Sheepskins :id to -Id. Ilides'2d bo ,d.' - IKamugaroo skins 9d to is. Id. ' Waliaby id, to 7d.! S()ppossiul 2s Gd to ,Is d. Hear "s ". , . 6:. WVattle 1B'rk, £2 to '£G per ton. F'. . 1?i:ulhurr :nd Co. report : .?Tltter .(pott) .-..i tto - I d.:-pri lb. 'prune +, ,- ca k: 5, to SJ.d; ._o. od -iask, 7dI it 7ii l egs, Sd per.dozen: homiery, ,ad to 4-d pier lb.-iigi:3il ta-.-,,l t?ur,nt s, 5s lt l os per pair : fowls, s to : :s ducks; Ss `to -1 G; -pposs.um 2sint, 2s Gd to Gs.. . 1fr-r.-A. Gisemient ba-y anmd corn nlerchlantl:?a. rep ort .: Cabtbage plats 2s per hundred. Suts is 2d. Pollard 1s"-24. Best hadrchrdf t £5 lest straw do. to ..2. 10s. IEarley is tirl per bus...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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VIOLET TOWN MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 3 October 1884

:.'IOLET TOWIN YIEYEsZ A ? Dcae presenting some peculiar fea tinres occupied the, attention of the Bench here for some time On Tuesday. It was a case brought by .Joseph Hough, selector, against Mrs Hoskinson, for wilfullyi trespassing upon his premises- and refis' ing to leave such promises after having been warned to do so bo Hough. MIr Lamrock- appeared for the- defendant. The plaintiffin his evidence stated thlat lie was sitting. in his house on the evening of. the. 22nd ult,-when- hc..-heard_.MIrs. HosIinson outside, ?askingg for her son. Onn, making no reply, she burst thl door open. and entered with her two d:iugh?ters. Hle ordered her to leave, huit it was fully twenlty iriiutcs blefore he could prevail upon her to do so. The plainttiff was cross: examined at some length by MIr Lamrocie with a view of showing that ie had on 'tided Mr lrHoskirisori's soil away from homue.* This Hough denied, but admitted tilat lio had threatened to 'put a bullet through the defendant if she en...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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MOGLONEMBY JOTTINGS [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 3 October 1884

-IOGLO Eay.IEjxo 4TTI(Gy K. ": BY'INCOG" " , With. the foaling. season farmers anxitities-are multiped, owing to the risks of losing some valuable beast. Mr. W. Harding a few days ago lost a valiuble marte in foalingg; but though; tlih:loss is "grieath?Tel0eve that gentleiili is plil osopher enough to console himiself with tihe idea that if he had not ownlied the mare he could not" have lost her. We can't lose what we haven't got. There's abldap of consolation to be got froin this idea, if, thleie's the rub-if people could only, under unfortunate circunlstances, be sensible enough to adopt it. - Advance lMogloneinby I I verily believe Mlogloineniby will produce nsoie :man of mark yet. I think l have good grountlis for this belief. Those who dlo ngt credit this are at liberty to look' fir troof. A gentlemuan within the circle of iy acquaintance was prieserited'by his wife a short time ago with ni iatriuionild clherub, and it beinig the first, no one was hIal?ier at. tlhe time than ti...

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