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EUROA v. VIOLET TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 3 October 1884
EUIOA v. VIOILEST 'TOwX. The cricket season was opened on Saturday by a match between these clubs, played on the ground of the latter. Last season the Violet Town came offIictorious, 1:?. on this occasion the Euroa expected to turn the tables as they had a very good team although three of those picked were -absent, Ledgerwood, Williams and Ernmett, and their places were takeni by Casement, Birkett and Neale. M 3essrs. .Pleasent and Neil were the respective captains, and on the coin being tossed fortune favoured the former who elected to take the wickets and sent in Barr and Weir. Neil and Davis opened the bowling and when two runs had been scored, Neil bowled Weir, Byass followed: and in attempting a big hit was 'well caught in the long field by .ohnson. Two wickets for three runs and the Euroaites looked glun. On Pleasents entering into partner ship with Barr, the game .assumed a different aspect. Both batsnmen played steadily but at the same time lost- no opportunity of scoring, a...
WESLEYAN CHURCH. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 10 October 1884
The Aukniversary 'Seriices in'` con: nection with this church were held oli Sunday,,. both. morning and evening, t and were largely, attended. Suitable and excelen.t sermons ere i ached by the Rev.; Scholes, who has during his residence here made himself very popular amongst the members of the WVesleyaa'ilChliri?h a.id indeed with iall be has come into ,conta?ct. _ e is a really good. preachir, a- fluent: speaker, and a good visitor. -On Wednesday .veeing the Anniversary Te. MIeting ewas field'inr the inew Temperance Hlalt, and zotwithstainding the inclemency of the ieaither, theopretty little biuilding was conimfortably filled. .Tli catering which was left in the..hands of M]r. Neelands-.was excellent, and:it is need less to say,' tie -good things provided were done ample justice to. ¶.The inner man having been satisfied; the tables were cleaied ;awsay for • the' public meeting which followes , and at which the numbers were somewhat auigmeiited M[r.,W.. Neelands, junr., occupitd th...
EUROA RAINFALL FOR YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 10 October 1884
EUROA R AINhFALL FOR YEAR. "Tho folowing is a ,complefte tabe of rainfall : Months No of day s uinfall. January 6 3.06% oFebruaryu , 4 .a .f32 March 4 1.10 April 2 1.01 Way. 8......... 2.53 v,aun , _ .:.-. " l , 1 :2 ..· '. 4.09 July , . 2. .23 August* 9 1.64 S-Sptember 9 2.01 15.99'. Total for sainse period last year. J 62 1S.37 Rainfall to end of August Place ~o- of days RainfalL Stratlibogi '. ,i Ranges J. : 65 '. 23.98: 2~Vible~-Todwn 59 .. 12.70 - An inch represents about a hundred i:tons per acre.
EXPLANATION. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER.) [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 10 October 1884
(TO THE EDITOR ~ 'lOTI I ,DVER?TISEn.)j SR,--On/ttho 25th-of June-there-ap-! peaod a loterJin the Ben~Ua'll Stqnderd signled" Farnner " abul t tlie-building'of our church at Euroa. For mlore thani three months it has been reiterated often that I an the author of the said letter, iand :iboutia. monthl ago' I was infornied that a pyinted-copy,of, it hlad beei sent'tol the Bishop of Melbouriln iith' tlie 'infor-I mation that,I .w.s,tie writer of it. I1 then forwardled it stateiient of the matter to the proprietorl of the Stlandard, and' for thb'iifiinn ti.iiaiiti'satisfactioh of my; nunmeous friends; I b'eg to liuiian'over to you f6or publidatiod tlielreply I received 1I0-; C : opy!;illl .COPY. " Bewallufm iarunu Sept.19, 1884. .."The Rev. FifLT.W,ilso n. X ! i " De.ia r,- ,reply t9 yours wo have to state: 1st.-'- :eithliMerssrs nor - ever siaw-the manuscript of a olt'ed 'sied' '"Fidiaef, i.'c:h'urcli;m;inatta' a.I^Eilibis;i d'ad;ipublished by-,us.il 2hd. YouaretinotCthe auithoriofth. ...
HERE AND THERE [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 10 October 1884
HERE A?.1D THERE The Londondlerry Sentinel gives an account of a cricket maitch of very unusual character, played on the 23rd July during the Donegal Assizes, in the grounds of CamIus Rectory, near Strabane. Eleven ladies challenged the same number of gentlemen to a match, the former to use bats, and the latter broomsticks. The ladies were captained by Miss Claudine Humphreys of Milton House, and the game resulted in a victory for the ladies by one wicket. An Irish Queen's Counsel, Mr. Richard son, leader of the North-west bar, wielded his broomstick to great effect, scoring 9,3 runs... The match was very appropriately won by Mrs. Knox. We shall, presently, have ;11 iladies of Ire land playing 11 lhidies of Austrilia. An' English journala sys that -"Lord Petree will take his seat in the House. of Lords during the autumn session. He will be the first Catholic priest who has sat there since the Refoi mation. It is quite'a novelty. in these 'I"bad times for the farmer" to hear news of ...
ARCADIA. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 10 October 1884
ARC.?LDIA. (vaoFr U o o«' coRRES.'O\-D.NT) . Messrs Teague-and Co held, a sale on Friday "'week last,'on the fanri of 3Mr Robertson of Karramomuis, consisting of horses, cattle, iinplements' ete., owing to the owner leaving the district. There was a good attendance, and everythin, with only one or two exceptions,' sold mioderately well.' During the progress of the sale, a ser ious accident occurred to" Mr McLarcn,. of Kialla. whilst a horse had. hbeen'put up for sale. The owner, deeming it isecdssary to exhibit its hunting qualities, irocured a rider for thepurlose, and after jumiping)i a fence backwards and forwards for a few times, the'naidimli suddenly became tins manageable, bolted in amongst the crowd, staggering `'several, : and finally colliding. sagainst MIr McLaren, knocking the un fortunate gentleman down, rendering hijmi speechless and severely injuring, him. However, he exhibited symptomls of re corcry by the close of the salei.slthough in a very low condition. No blname...
MOGLONEMBY JOTTINGS [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 10 October 1884
MOGLOiEIBY JOTTINGS8 "BY INCOG" The tea-meeting to which I alluded to a fortnight ago, promises-weather per= mitting, to be a graiid success. The dite fixed upon for holding it is the 31st inst. Two or three of us bachelors are. looking forward to the event with interest, and the knowledge that this is leap-year by no means detracts fronm that interest. Who knows-yes; who knows ? If I thought the public were not-asfare of the fact that the splendid showers and warm sunny days with which we have been blessed during the past week or two, have made everything look cheerful and full of growth, I should take this oppor tunity of tendering the information, but' as I believe everybody knows all about it, I shall not say a word on the subject. ,'. I hope people don't think that advein tures are not to be met with in MIoglon emby, for if they do, I must take the liberty of disabusing their minds of such an unjust belief. We often read of various kinds of experiences, such as falling in the m...
CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 10 October 1884
-(Our columns ar; opednfor thc.disclssion ofj all questions which are not of a'sectarian: ., character. We wisihit .to 'be 'diis'tictl'v iude'rsdtoodi' ho ever' tli?t w 'ilb d not necessarily identify ourselves witlh?the !I opieiioins epressed by.our. coirespoondents. All communications iutended for insertion must be- addresed, to :tlie " lditoi, anhil cont.tiri tihe 'thic 'a ilran'dldres of 'ithe writer as a guarantee of good faith.-- i DTTm A T T.
COMMERCIAL. LIVE STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 10 October 1884
LIVE STOCK. Fat Cattle.-Prime pens of bullocks sold at from £16 10s to £18 10 0 good do, from £13 to £"15 10.; second do froiji" £10 to £12 ; inferior:f'rozir?£ 10 '; .printe pens of, cow, from £1.1 to £12 Os; odd beasts to £14 ; second from £9 to:-£10 ; middling. and inferior from £5 Fat Calves--lBest enld at from 70s to 90s; od ifroii'60 0s to COs; second do, from 35s to 45s; inferior from 2Os. = . . -
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 10 October 1884
STATIONERY, &c.:, "A')VERTISER"' Office. General, Storekeeper, Salways on l iaid or sale GROCERIES: of illilind ' Building'material s, Bricks, -- Galvaiiised Iron. :: L. i e, Cement, L: Foiicing i?ire, (best brands;) . c: :? kent for the , LIZEE 7FlALA\b D LOAW AND MERCANTILE ,.AGENCY. CO Melbourni o Cashl Xdvtucces iniide against . Graiinti :Wool. A g": ent foi te ' t Coml ierciial Uljnion Fire Aesuia ance doclety. Telboirne, g-ent for ithe MUTUA ikSSURANCE SOGIETY 0F1 VICTORI . . Agent'for M'Cormack Reaper and': Twine B.inder, and other Agricultnurallmplements, including : . DOBIE'S SEED. SOWER, PETER BEY'S DOUBLE ACTION :.CKURNS, The most Labouri Saving Churn " Knobwi Cash Buyer of all Farm Prod FRUIT.TREES AT MELBOURNE PRICES, =..O, .-THaE SIIORTEST . NoTICE. -TIIE MUTUAL ASSURikNCE SO CIETY OF ;VICTORIA (LIMITED.) :Head Office, 79 Little Collins :. street, -est Melbourne. For Life :ssuiaIndtiiid Endowments. oli: I- tiaehe Irofits ECTOi " : Mr Thomas Loader, (T. Loader &...
LOCAL MARKETS [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 10 October 1884
: LOCAL MARK TSi The Idcial nmill rcports , lYr 3?d; seed'l wheat 4s Gd ; fe&l ots 2s 8d ; fowls wheat 3s. Mr C. L. Deboos reports pries locally .dshfolldwit-r O SI I Fresh butter 7d to 9d, -4Pobttea butter'Gd'to' t d!ylils girnisH Eoggy, Vd.,,:anR '. iJ'qua".·J rasiio Carcase pork, under 1001b 4d. Powf -s tc s :per pair. Ducks 3s "pb'r lhir.: Turkeys 5s to 10s per pair. ?Sheepskins -3dto 4-d- d Kangaroo skins 9d to is. Id. Wallaby Gd. to.7d; Oppossuin 2s 6d to s Gi. Bear 2s .6d?., d . Wattle Bar, £ to 6't per ton. J. E. Handbury and Co. report : Butter (pott), ..Sd .to 10d per lb.; prinme new ca?sk,'d to6 8 ; do. old cask, 7d to,7 d ; eggs, 8Lper dozen.; lone, f d fbo 4Jd per lb.;pigs 3dto 4d turkeys, 5s to-10s per--pair ;-fowls;--2s to .s; luks, 3s to , ,ppossml skins, 2s Gd to G. MIr D. . Casemient ihav and corn ,rciant,Eiiroa, repot s:' -,. Cabbage plants 2s per hundred. Bran s 2d:. .]Pollard ls2. 2 , " Best hay chaff to-£t£ Best stran do. to ." :10s. SBarley 3s 6d per b...
DAIRY PRODUCE, HIDES ETC [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 10 October 1884
DAIRY ??iPRODiUCEHIDES ETC Messrs. M'Kay ?nid IiM'Donald report A large quantit-.y of produce tobhand to day, whiehni'et rith brisk conipetition. and sold at the following quotations: Cheese :Prrhue quality in good demand, and'sold: at. from Td. to Sd. per lb4' mediumi, Gd. to 7d. -' inferior froni 5d ' Potted Butter: Prime new makle, 8d. to 9d. per lb.; good old, 7d. to 8Sd. per lb Fresh Butter Choice dairies up;to 10de; medium, gd.; inferior. 8d. Eggs, froni_ Pad. to 10id. per dozen. Bacon:. Smoked: ianms, 9d.; sides, 7d. to 8d.; flitches,'6(i.;. do:,:green, from Gd. to 8d., accoidinggtol quality; Honey, 5}d.:forigood g?I den iots; bush, 4d. to 4 d. -Beeswax, Pd. per lb. Lard, 4d. to 41d. pIr lb. Turkeys, from 10s. to, 6s: per pair; ducks; 5s.-to ,: g.?ese; 7s.; fowtls; 3s. li. t~i-4s. `6d. Car case pork, dairy fed, Gd. per lb
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 10 October 1884
THRELFALL-SHOVELTON.-On the 1st of October, at the residence of the bride's parents, Crichton's Creek, Euroa. Ro— bert Threlfall, farmer of Wedderburn, eldest son of Robert Threlfall, farmer, of Longwood, to Maggie,second eldest &nbsp; &nbsp; daughter of Mr. Peter Shovelton, farmer of Crichton's Creek. &nbsp; &nbsp;
VIOLET TOWN MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 10 October 1884
VIOLET TOWN MEMS. Mr Williams watchmakier: from" Williamstown will visit here to-day and may be seeni at .Lane's Farmers Arms Hotel. L ' 0 J ? "U MAi Eden White forwarded the first wvdoo~ of the seaso?h on .Tuoiday s?t' the? NihwJ Zealand- Loan :and P ercantile Agency Comlfany, "throoigh lIitheir; local' agent lIr Allen. The gateshave arrived from Town for the entlniduCe o th ireserve. J' he' f ;ires very showy and substanltial and when set up, will sur k'eli out. the plague) off seetc, ,that i e suiffir from L '.0,ý The peogr:iihime for the sports, re. now. oiit, ?n?d aithou-gh?ite prizes are 'lorather:. small, still the sports ouglit to prove ai ,ood day's fun, which cai'. be finished nicelyj by attendingl the conversrisione which iwill be heldin Underrwood's hll -in Ti'eicricket club hay.e obtained the con, selit of .tlhe cotiiinintee of fhtlhe 'recreatidn' reserve to Ihave a fiiitel rtiesbitib'of the cricket -round cleared, and they have iccordin ly called h6ntlt td th','ioin:. ...
BENALLA CHALLENGE CUP. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 10 October 1884
:U]3tA:X A OC AI LIrlE COUP. 'A nmeeting 'ofdelegates? was Ield oil Thursday week at Benalla at which there were present'Messrs Carr (Benalla),Davis (Violetown), and Mi.Len'uEula) in the chair. M'SAlidleirjof Benalla,iwas ap pointed secretary of the Cup Committee. The followingirules er' ad9pted: S-iVfA.i L iHitdhei, :foir tholBeonall, So ,a.)OL I q .AOSjIIr Ch'al:enge up shal bed.u'idernmanage ment and control of a committee to be competing for the cnp.. One deleate .from e'hiclbli to be appointed by sich" club at the coommencemten ot the "-2. Matches for the season to be arranged at. a ineeting ,of delegates. 'Each,club to play 'tovo matches with every competing elub, oneyoontheir owu andl one :. on,. their opplineuts'' groufid. T'lhe winning club. to, score two pouti for each win. a ,-. ! " 3. Matches to::he played out in one day, subjeet to tlljmru'e3,o crickeLt foL one day mnltl? ' . i f 4. 1Four days previous to each match a list of uot'more . ban'd?gl?teiu: names shhll be for...
EUROA SHIRE COUNCIL. Wednesday, 8th October. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 10 October 1884
EUIIOA. sIUur COUNCIL. : Wcednesday, 8st October. .Present: Crs Gibson, (in 'the eh;iir,) Crosbie, Duncan,- Graham ,,Neelands and" M 'Guinness. - SThe uminutes of-.previous ;.meeting were read anld confime?d. -.,:- : - CORiESPONDENCE. Letters outward were read and adopted and the followifirinwardreceiveild. F?om Central Board of Health, forward ing a memo of the requirements concern- I ing the enitrances of :the dechabite Hall," which -the secretary' reported had been .1 coimplied withl. The secretary's report to be forwardedl'to: the Central Beoard of Health. From the Post-master "General, statingi . that the post office -would be: opened ras speedily is possible. Received. - From the 'Public Works Departnient, .stating that Mr F. Chalmers of Sandliurst had been appointed Government Auditor. ] -Received. From .the Central Board of Health,. forwarding a memo of the requirements concerning the entrances to and from c Church of England and the new hall, LongwoodL-Attcnded to by secret...
LIFE IN THE CITY. CHAPTER IV. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 10 October 1884
I:ýi~t9' ;%-'. + r " " " " .t" x.A? _:' " ui: ·r ? " r .. Londoli has-s its tregent- strect,.e,Ar. Yorksits Broadway, Paris its Boulsva s, Sydiney its' George street,:; and: Mifelourot. its strect 6f Collins.:; It is a thoroughfare of licli the city cawulbe proud,- whether in're ard . of its arcliitectural adornments. or the luxury of which it. affords so great a display. From'ten? o one and two to five. a constanit 'streami of 'fashion: and trade, flows o, down it :central length; but of- this anon. Starting fr?m the last end of the city::I cin ;concei e no finer entrance to a, thoroughfare:than tl.rouigh i-+m?+ ~ J t it,:?-.,-.' ........ ,.. ..... . .+.. . . 1-f 'L L'K £S i ý j / H6 - t* tle gardens and pleasant itreets leading from East Molbourne into the street. The zteroy- aanI shades and statues, form a delightful walk; and it is withl' feeliig (aini toe'nvy that I view the clerks lihoby the scor enter the haidsome public -offices; situtated in "theieighbourhood and work utide...
AVENEL POLICE COURT. Friday, 3rd October. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 10 October 1884
ALVEE L POLIC? COULT. Friday, 3rd October. Before Meears M'Cornack, P. M., and Morisonz Doherty, Gadd and' Pluier, .C J's.P: Truant officer, M'Nee .v Batty.-l-Not sending his child to school the.. requisite number of days, Fined 2s Gd. Samel v-J. --Vearing.-Same .offience, Sanme v Mrs Brown.-Same offence Fined 5s. Same v R. Whitochurih.--Sameoffence. Fined 2s Gd. Samdrn VF; Allemand.- Caso, with- .. drawn; ' * i ..' * : · I * ; i l V . '1 Constable Boulton v H. Watt.-Beiing' drunikand.disorderly in the train at the SLongiwdod railway statiion.- Charge-ad- b mitted. Fined 2s.6d,.with 8s 6d costs. A. M 'Phorson.vzL. v Nicolon.--Wages, £21 Ss 9d. Mr Read for plaintiff. tPlairilrti eposed that he was a butcher,;' and until recently, in the employ of the defendast at Longwood. He was engaged. at £2 per week, withl board. The evis dence in this case was taken on last court day; but docisioiireserved till this..Order for the amount with £3 3s 8d costs. y - M ?uy Sawyer v L. Nicolson-ri-Asr...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 10 October 1884
THE PURE BRED CLiYDESDALE STALLION, _ THE LAIRD Will STAND this season at the, owner's farnm, and travel the same district as. last season,- namely: Euroa, "Miepoll, Mog loneniby, IBalmattum, and Gooram, will F conm ence his rounds-lst of September.-.-. For terms and pedigree,' ; iee ,cards which can be obtained from the owner or groom.; ' JOHN WALSH, Goorani, Euroa: THE PURE BRED CLYDESDALE -.! STALLION, . " " PRINCE OFI WALLES Will travel tlhroughl Miepioll, Honey suckle, Castle Creek and Euroa:. :.:. Prince of Wales is six years old, seven teen and awhalf hands high,- darki dapple bay, with four. black legs, plenty of bone and abundance of hair. He is.-by. Cox's Prince of Wales, pronounced in his time to be King of Stallions' He hiis 'proved himself a sure foal-getter. For terms: and furtheir particulars, apply to the owner.' S:. W. LECKIE,' ,.",; " Miepoll South.&lt; ITO 'STAND AT THE: OWNER'S ""- ." "FARM, : . - . Theo Pfiui bred Clydesdale Stallion, SA.M G-?ALLOWAY, By...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 10 October 1884
HE WONDER OF THE WORLD. H EIR 'M A N' S S E!E P WA S H --ANsD Celibrate':Verriiin Destroyer. "his priparatioinis k-htwi throughout the civilised world to be far superior to anytliim?g'yet- discovered-for Enidicatin? Tic, Scab, ;or .Lice, on Sheep, Goats br Cattle. It is suflicient to say that Ono gShilling Sackltof Powder dissolved in two buckets ofi-tdrr will wash eighteen sheep. This aTmiits the 'most econoumial, sn vell as the simplest plan iin tlie. world for the cure and prevention' of disiuses incidental ,to farm stock. By.its use,the farner can secuire thoehehlth of his stock t1 the rate of'd per head per adnuiim.' e In all.larg sheep districts,in Austalia, South America. ind 5.frica sno`thd r pre= paratipn is used Theo Vernmin Destroyer is alirvaluaible for the' puipose of the horticulturalist, and it is most extensively Tusedbithl Flosiir and:Kitch.en Gardener ttin`Europeo-Ambricatid in'ttle ,British possessions in all parts of the globe. One ,iacket'dissolved.iii two3 buck...