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RETURNING THANKS. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser and Violet Town, Longwood, Avenel, Strathbogie, Balmattam and Miepoll Gazette — 20 June 1884

RETURNING. THANKS. Sir,-Would you kindly through the columns of your valuable paper convey to my many friends of Violet Town many and most sincere thanks for the handsome cheque of £25 which I have, during this week, received through Mr H. Linard, J.P. In thanking my   friends I may say that I accept tbe above as a tribute of esteem paid to the memory of my late husband; also as a great desire on the part of my friends. for the future welfare of myself and children. Trusting that those who have so liberally contributed towards increasing the happiness and comforts of those bereaved, may never be called upon to suffer an affliction so hard to   bear. Again thanking my many friends. I remain, Sir, yours, etc. FANNY WELLER. Violet Town, 19th June.

MIEPOLL. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser and Violet Town, Longwood, Avenel, Strathbogie, Balmattam and Miepoll Gazette — 20 June 1884

If L . EP OL Ploughing and `sowing ;operations' re now entirely completed, and' the youngcrops in. general have a very` heanthy appearance,:.: .a; . A relishable break in" the weather took place on Tuesday the lth--ist;' alind conlitinued showry dturing the: w ek. The parrots are ,making great ha"oc.. on the younig rcibi?p Tiiese ' little pests I am- afraid. will li: a grrdeat . source of annoyance' to the ..farmers -as they do a. -great" deal:of damage F Mr . M.Garrett: Senr. has jast 'comn:lted a very ' neat .four roomiid ce ttage for ?Mr Tlhomas- Morgban of this township'. It is: :situated about 5 miles from MLiepoll,on the Seven 'Creeks. The house is a wooden structure and reflects great credit on the builder. r ?Ve 3Miepoll folks are all behind the e times, as we have no clubs or societies a whereby we may pass away our idle e hours. Now, as the football seaseon is about to begin, I would suggest that e some of our young: folks,.imake an Sftfort to form a foot-ball club.

MOGLONEMBY. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser and Violet Town, Longwood, Avenel, Strathbogie, Balmattam and Miepoll Gazette — 27 June 1884

WIOG TAoitEIU3Y. Nothing very stirring has hII:peneC. amongst us since penning my last, except that "Jack Front" makes -us stir up the fire and heap on more fuel ever and anllon. We all feel grateful for the good things of this world, and it is with pleasure that I endorsed the feehlngs of those who attended the fortnightly services held at our Sta:e School. The Rev. J. Richards has been put to considerable inconvenience of late, in not being able to get his lo;al assis tants to take t'ie service on althen rte Sundays, but though we feel very sorry on this ace mut, yet it woiuld it untrue to say we are not glad also; for rhe 1:ss we have of his a,:s:a, , tile mo,,re we have of him, tand without' wLshing to dypriciate in any way tl:e el;,ots of the helpers, et very muchll lrefer our minister. I say, therefore hat we are gla.l to knot that we have' a minister who goes to so much iin convenience fur our goad. Genius, or tauent, or whatever it may b,-, destrves r'ecoguitiol and therefor...

Forthcoming Shows. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser and Violet Town, Longwood, Avenel, Strathbogie, Balmattam and Miepoll Gazette — 27 June 1884

F?orthcoming]r bows. [The Secretaries of Agricultural So aieties will oblige by sending to the Editor of the ADVERTISER al early inti nmation of the dates, etc., of their respec tive shows, ploughing matches, and any other items of importance to agricul- turists. Secretaries of horticultural socie ties will also oblige by forwarding ainy particulars of interest. ED, a .] SEPTEMBIER. ong,. sand Murray 2t - v angaratta,. ricultural Society, at na Show 17th, 18th, & 19th.--Na Ecbuca. 18th-.- Albury. 25th.--Moira, at Dookie. OcTOBER. 1st & 2nd.: Seppaston & L ociety' at Shepparton, j16th Mdlarehison. 22nad &221d.-N.E. & GV. Soci ty atTatiura

Public Meeting re the Proposed Railway Crossing. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser and Violet Town, Longwood, Avenel, Strathbogie, Balmattam and Miepoll Gazette — 27 June 1884

u'blie lI eeting re the Pro posed Jl allhwa-y Crossinfl. A public meeting was held in the shire hall, Euroa, on Tuesday evening last, to discuss the question of asking for a railway crossing in Rowe-street. The hall was crowded -to" excess, and Mr Briket, J. P., President of thie shire occupied the chair. The chair man opened the meeting by explain ing the nacur., of the subject they had met to disuss. Some fifty ratepayers had petitioned the council at its last meeting to request the Railway, De partment to cbistruct another crossing over the railway in R.we-street. This. the council had consented to do. Cer tain ratepayers felt aggrieved at this, and had asked him to ca'l this meeting in order that the matter might be fairly thrashed out. He would ask any speakers who might address the meeting not to be personal in their remarks, but to discuss the question fairly on its merits. He would like to t;.row out a suggestion, and that aa that instead of running the iisk uo creating a sp...

Local Land Boards. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser and Violet Town, Longwood, Avenel, Strathbogie, Balmattam and Miepoll Gazette — 27 June 1884

_.Local yand Boards. Senalla.-Tues y, June 24,10 a.m: Shepparton.-,ursday, June 26, 12.15p. . ?L, Sangarattam ednesday, June 25, 10.nm. .

VIOLET TOWN MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser and Violet Town, Longwood, Avenel, Strathbogie, Balmattam and Miepoll Gazette — 27 June 1884

VIOLET TOWV HES.E. [BY - SUiRIBLER."J -: 0o:-. ..The case of. 3M'Guire, who .-was charged with the .unusual offence of poiuting land, was heard at our local police court on Tiuesday. Su.cient proof that he had scattered, the seeds of noxious weeds:on the land ' as niot forthcoming, and the case was dismissed. Subscriptions. for the ploughing match are rolling in very Freely, and the affair promises to be a gret success. We have at last a brickmiaker located in our midst. lMr Lewis from Euroa, is hard at work, having received an offer for 50,000 from Mrs Underwood. Asi the commnuiee. ozthe Mechianics' Instituta intend to begin building opera tions shlotly,:, .I' haIve no doubt [Mr Leivis will be kept busily emploped. Mr Hill is to be complimented on the very handsome sihop ront ,hich lie is erecting. It oily remains for Mr Kelly; who adjoins Mr Hill to give his premises a decent coat of psaint, and' then the northe n side of the stieet will present a very pleasing appearance. :.i·lr ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser and Violet Town, Longwood, Avenel, Strathbogie, Balmattam and Miepoll Gazette — 27 June 1884

Public:.etices NOT TO BE BEATEN!! THE EUROA TRADING COMPANY Although not in favor of the adopts rule of ADVRETI I19i QUOTATIONS. Must, if necessary, do so, to show the general public that they sell at prices CONSIDERABLY LOWER Than other houses who are adver tising their pricesas the Lowest In Euroa. When we do advertise prices, we quote something like the following : Sago, 3d. Tapioca, 3d. Rice, 3d. Oatmeal, 3d. Currants, GAd. rlB,: Vs: 7d, Coffee, 1s 3J. Coco., is, Red Crosa Jam, 00d. Sperm Candles, 101. Tobacco, 2s 9d. Besi, Bluc-.:one, 31c-. Our Sugars a-_enot to be beaten in the colony FOR TIHE PRIC E Goods only of the very finest quality and all at prices as lcw in proportion as the above. OUR DIBAPERT TRADE Has lately increased to such an eaten t under the low prices at which we have been offering our stock, that we are determined to still increase this branch o" the business, by oZering ALL WINTEIR LIE8E LOWER THAN EVER. We have the lcrgast stock of WINTER DRESS GOODS in tle...

CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser and Violet Town, Longwood, Avenel, Strathbogie, Balmattam and Miepoll Gazette — 27 June 1884

COBhIEs1P4Er EN CE. [Our columnns are open forthe discussion of all questions which are not of a sectarian character. We wish it to be distinctly understood, however, that we do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by our correspondents. All com munications intended for inscrtion must be addressed to the Editor, and contain the nasme and address of the writer as a guarantee of good faith.

DUFFING GRASS. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER.) [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser and Violet Town, Longwood, Avenel, Strathbogie, Balmattam and Miepoll Gazette — 27 June 1884

DUFFING GRASS. (TO TIIE EDITOR OF TIIE ADVERTISER.) Sir,--u your issue of Friday June 20, I noticed some linles of poelry (?) the author of which has wi-ely re frained from publishing his naure. It is easily seen to whom the doggerel refers. and it, (together with previous attacks ihicil have been made-1 will not say by whom-on the same gentle man, and the, way in which he Ihas taken them) put me in mind of a story I lately heard related by a Equltter, concerninlg a large and handeomle deer hound, which was in the habit ot comiing to his house. Every time he appeared, a miswrable, ugly, mean l]oking little .cur, belonging to the house would begin to snarl and growl at him, and in silhot do everything in hs power to makehimself'd lagreeable. The large dog took not thl smallest noti e of his jealous, mean-spirited little cousin, but seemed to regard it with a contemptible sort of pity, kuowing that however much it might try to injure hil, in reality it could do him no harm. He mnight ...

Country Notes CANIAMBO. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser and Violet Town, Longwood, Avenel, Strathbogie, Balmattam and Miepoll Gazette — 27 June 1884

(FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDESNTS :)o(: CANIAMIBO. It is with regret that I announce the death of Mrs T. Jones of this neighbourhood, which " took place at her parents'-residenco, Kialla, on the 14th inst, after about three weeks' ilhless.` Although-not a long resident of Caniambb, lMrs Jones has left miny friends here who sincerely mourn her death ; great sympathy -is' felt for the bereaved husban'd and family. :?:. It is worthy, of mention that no less than six teams, including three double furrows, have been at work in iMr Jones' paddock for several days, during the past week, assisting to finish up the ploughing , which had to. be .us pended during his wife's illnes:s. : Whooping, cough and measels have appieiredi in-this pabish.!: : The inspector visited the 'Gowan gierdie school on the 18ti inst.,: and exaioined the childree, buta up to the - is ýý present time, the results have nit been returned. Mr Lowrey's sawmill, which has been a boon to the district, has ceased ,,kiin;:, and...

Horse Parades. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser and Violet Town, Longwood, Avenel, Strathbogie, Balmattam and Miepoll Gazette — 27 June 1884

Xaou*.c J.':aiaieac. ---:o : Horsc p:araidcs, etc., will be held on thle fo!lowiing datecs: AcGUST. 20th.-1Uaimnlsulz. 22dtl.-Sbeppaiton. 2 :ith.-Ml3ooroopii. 29)u.-Ileuley's (Tatumr WVest).

Blue Ribbon Army in Euroa. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser and Violet Town, Longwood, Avenel, Strathbogie, Balmattam and Miepoll Gazette — 27 June 1884

llule IlibboAin Armuy in .ur«>. The first meeting in connexion with the above was held on Monday evening in the Shire Hall. The attendance was very large, there being over 100 persons present. Dr. Dobbin occupied the chair. The following gentlemen were on the platform: - Revs. Scholes, (Euroa), Weir (Euroa), Lwe, Benalla. The proceedigs were opened by sing ing an anthem, after which the chairman explained the object of the meeting. He (the chairman) stated that Mr Smithies was now tkling a tour through the North -Eastern district to try and establish the blue ribbon movement, and it was the wish of that gentleman to have a branch in Euroa (hear, hear). IHe would not occupy their thie by speaking of the goo derived froi the temperance movement, as Mr Smithies would fully convince them of the many benefits to be derived therefrom. In conclusion, lie (speaker) would ask those present to give Ar. Smithies a fair hearing. Rev. Mr Lowe, of Benalla bore testimony to the good whilichi wa...

COMMERCIAL. LIVE STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser and Violet Town, Longwood, Avenel, Strathbogie, Balmattam and Miepoll Gazette — 27 June 1884

(OiOIMEIRCIAL. LIVE STOCK. Fat Cattle -1540 yarded; 1sales brisk, and prices realised were equal t, last week's rates. Prime ins of litillocks sold from £12 to £14 7s Gd ; ~,nd from £10 to £12; secon from £7 10s to £8 10s. Very f cows 'arded. Those in, sold froi £4 to £11 lOs. Fat sheep-13,610 w' a yrrded, consistirn, chii fly of secop and inferior qualities. The marke ,was decidedly ,lull ard iqf. tior, a middling so'd ik' aes. Best cross d at 18s to 22s Gd; in 16s - second from 13s; "rino wi-thers sold at 14- to 15s; from ls Gd ; second do. from ferior from 8s.

[?] PRODUCE, HIDES ETC. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser and Violet Town, Longwood, Avenel, Strathbogie, Balmattam and Miepoll Gazette — 27 June 1884

'? P(ODUCE, IlDES ETC. M'Kay, Adamson and Co, heese, 4Ad to Gd, per b,, ter, from Od to Is per lb; h r,I-o TL.* , stores; fresh butte Fln:ad , Choiekirie up tob Is 7d fair andl'medium, is to is 6 d; ordinary lumps, from 9d to ls; do one lot of very prime sold at is 6d. Eggs, is 9d to 2s Bacon, good well smoked from 9d to 9Dd; unsmoked from Gd to 7d. Hloney, garden, from O4 d to bd; bush 31d to 4d. Fowls 4s to 4s Gd ; Turkeys (full grown) Gs 0s ; do young 4s to 6s Gd. Ducks Geese Gs to Ss. Carcase 1d.

New Industries. No. III.—Some Small Vinegrowers. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser and Violet Town, Longwood, Avenel, Strathbogie, Balmattam and Miepoll Gazette — 27 June 1884

C tu itri :f cr. No. .11T.--eonse t4nliHal Wine a?rrow-eIrs. '(.AY OUR AGRICULTURAL DIrOR.) ' li die' last paper was deacribed one of our large vineyards. Let us now turn to a few small ones, in which, per haps, the true value of the vine to the far.mer is more strikingly shown than in the larger ventures. Mr Egli has a small patch in close proximity to Tah bilk. lie has only six acres of vines and an acre of fruit trees, and from this for years past he hIas made a good living. The vineyard was planted some 16 of 18 years ago, and for a long time, although giving good yields, did not pay, as there was no demand for the wine. During that time air Fgli, who has a full-sized selection, went ini heavily for cropping, and regarded the vineyard as of little or no use to him. Giradunlly, hIowever, a change caime about, and of late yee:s he has abandoned cr.ipping altogether, and depends upon the vines for a liring. He has the advantage of being an experienced winr-m:.ker, and turns all his...

Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser and Violet Town, Longwood, Avenel, Strathbogie, Balmattam and Miepoll Gazette — 27 June 1884

DEATH.   SUTHERLAND. -On the 25th June, at Euroa, of Pulmonary Phthsis Anne M'Ciand, the wife of George Suther- land. Aged 28 years.

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser and Violet Town, Longwood, Avenel, Strathbogie, Balmattam and Miepoll Gazette — 27 June 1884

~_ ' ----- -1540 a n pIices realised ae r. Inst week' rates d Prime I'ullocks sold fraom tes Primt frd frfm £10 2 to £14 ý1 Os to £8 10s. V ero a.irded* Ti0 0s, Very j £11 10s.Th ino , sold fror la t sheep -13,610 cnnsislt lc,;.. e y of sew qualities Thiy of seco gull adf. markes d i 16' rio own, Longwood, Avenel, Bal .t:1un, :trathbogie, Karramomus and Mliepoll 'GAZ E TTE'," --I s int6duIa Psibllshed AT . " . ..A.o LOCAL MARIý. The local mill reports: f _sr"' - ,c't 4s 6d ; seed oats.? "''wls wheat 3s, reports . LThroLhb the Towns & PArs, ! t Iiuroa, Vio'e\Town, Avenel, Longwood. 1aln ..tum, Miepoll, Strathbogie, ieialla, Seymous,. Arcadia, Wahring, Caniambo, Gowaa;ardCed Karramomus, 10olka, Tamleugh, Iranjee, Mloglonemb7, ... ... . V .ondoomaroO1,' Bob', .Marraweeny, :- Shadfortl, ] t is therefore a meost excellent Advertising 1Medium' THE EUROA AiDVERTISER IS TH.s ONLY JOURNAL EVERY DESCRIPTION' OF EXECUTED WITh patch. WES? r: BRO'S . Public Ntices. A. ANDER1SON, GENERAL ...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser and Violet Town, Longwood, Avenel, Strathbogie, Balmattam and Miepoll Gazette — 27 June 1884

? eBusiness i.01,1 t-i.: A SPECIlxr AN.CUNCWU lENT. Tn the In' alitants and I".armrs of "Euroa anrd Surroi:indig Dstrict s. J, E.HANIBBU1RY SE+PEC'I'FULIY heg- to return ,thak' 1li tor tIhe i ral pn:ltrnie It'; ncmea on '-.tltiii sinc. e o. intlig. an I i.te to iolrify t..e?ir 'intention of cn,llitiinen to ci tlt: LO QW E hR.ATE S. Ttlmhanny other hole e i.n Esuonua. and sllpply ing roods only of Ibet qualltu, I!elow we give a few in.tanner .of qoIo:ntions in sbome of oulr dI;p lnllllelt.s. --Jrocery Department- ,5. d. 3lanitius Sugars ... per tlb 0II 3 Coittee ... ... 1 4 'Jovlor's Croa ... , 1 1i Pecrl Cocoa ... .. 1 u Sirch .. ... ... .. G Square Illue, 0 ]:nr.-ns ... ... ,, 0 ; Fayo0 3. .. ..... 0 " Oxtm.nl ... ... .. 0 3 ]l'uschehl soap p'er I an 0 ; Amllenllln Brooms .. tacm-. 1 elid lCros Jhim i r ti ( ; Sp.-rn t anuclecs... per lb 0 10 Tobacco o.. .. 3 Every other arIicle at equal pricts as a'Iove in this Delartment, Wine. A? Spirit Department. .7. E. r. & t o. hbeg ...

LOCAL MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser and Violet Town, Longwood, Avenel, Strathbogie, Balmattam and Miepoll Gazette — 27 June 1884

OCAL MAR1 TS The local mill reports: W? at 3s 9d; seed wheat 4s Gd ; seed oats i feed oats 2s Sd ;fowls wheat 3s, Mr C. L. Deboos reports Ics locally as follows. Fresh butter ls3d. --. -otte"- . b.. ct-,- 9 Eggs is 9d. Carcase pork, under 1001b 4d. Fowls, 2s Gd to Gs per pair. Ducks 3e per pair. Turkeys 5s to 10s per pair, Sheepakins 3d to 4d. Hides 2d to 21;d. Kangaroo skins 9d to Is. Wallaby GJ. Oppossum 2P Gd to 4s: Bear 2s G,: to 4s. J. E. landburv and Co. report: Butter (pr-e ), Is to Is 3d per lb.: prime new chs e4 10d to 12 d; do. old caslk, 7d ti 9d ggs, , s sl09d per dozen: hloney, 3:d'0 43,,per'lb.;pigs 3dto4.d ,'6.a't2";-;'o v-.-per" pair- ?a-,:s- to 3s ; diclks, 3s to 4s ; oppossum skins, 2s Gd to,4s Gd. Mr Allen (Violet Town) quotes as follows : Butter fresh Is. 3d potted 3d ; inferior 4d to Gd, eggs, is 9d; Pigs up to 100 4??d, over '3 to 4d. Honey garden 4d: to 44d. bush 3d. Fowls 2s 3d to 3s.. Ducks 3s to 4s. Turkeys 4s to 8s. M?r Allen of Violet Town reports wheat a...

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