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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 17 October 1884
THE WONDER OF TILE WORLD.. WORLD-RINO??i ED S II E EP W A:S IH . Celebrated Vermin Destroyer. This preparationis _known throughout the civilised world to be far. superior to anythinfg yet discovered for Euldidating Tic, Scab, -or Lice on Shoop, Goats or Cattle.' ' It is suflicient to say:that One Shilling Packet of Powder dissolved in two buckets of wa.ter _till wsdih eighteen sheep. LThis admitasthe most economical, as wellas the simplost plani in the -world for the cure and prevention of diseases incidental to farm stock.. By.its use the farmer can secure the health of his stock at the rate of jdpr head:perannum. t , In all largsaheep districts inKilustralia, South America. and Africa, no other pre paration is used:.. The :,ormi, D)estroy5r3 is also invaloable for the" purpose of the horticulturalist,.and it is moat extensively used by the Flower and Kitchen' Gsrdener in'Europe, nAmerica,:and in "tliBrtis-li posiessidns'inall.parts of thle globe. One Packei dissolved in two' bucke...
ARCADIA. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 17 October 1884
(rIEOM OUf OWN CORRSPrONDENT.) A tea-miceting was held in the Church of England. Arcadia, on Tuesday evening 7th inst, in aid of the purchase of the new organ,. recently obtained, and was a great success. Sumptuously spread tables were provided by :a number of the lady residents of the district. The church was thronged almost to excess. After doing justice to the good things provided, the tables were cleared, when several very eloquent .addresses were delivered by different gentlemen.. The singing also deserved merit, several visitors being noticeable amongst the performers. After a few interesting remarks, the meeting closed in the usual form. A special horse sale was held on Wed nesday week last at Miurclhison. Hacks and carriage horses bringing in some cases high prices, heavy draughts were com paratively duller of sale. Mr D6bbin. of ENagatmbie, officiated as auctioneer. The membeis of the Arcadia debating society held their final meeting for the season on Saturday night last. A...
MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 17 October 1884
A celebrated minister once gave the I following advice to young ladies in the course of his sormnon:-Tho buxom, Sbright-eyed, rosy-checked, full-brested, l bouncing, lass, who can darn a stocking, mend trousers, ma?ike.her own frocks, comniand a'rogiment of pots and .kettles, feed the pig, chop wood, milk cows, wrestle with the boys, and be a lady with al in' company, is just the sort of a girl for me, and for any worthy man to marry. But you, ye pining, looping, lolling, screwed-up, wasp-waisted, putty-facetd, consumptive, mortgaged, music-murder ing, novel-devouring, daughters of fashion and idleness, you are no umore fit for matrimony than a pullet is to look after a family of fourteen chickens. The truth is, my dear girls, you want more liberty and less fashionablle restraints, more kitchen and less parlor, more log and less sofa, more pudding and less piano, more frankness and less miock-modesty, more breakfast and less bustle. Loose your selves, a little, enjoy more liberty am...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 17 October 1884
"?Wsatesl. . SANTED a Dairy to supply us with Prinim Fresh BUTTER. J. B. McL?DOE, Williamstownl. W ANTED FILES :of the'""' Enro S Advertiser" froin March 1st to 4th July. 'Apply "Advertiser" office, Euroa. AXANTED CORRESPONDENTS in S the country districts. Full par ticulars at this office. For tale. W" ASTE PAPER FOR SALE, Cheap. Advertiser Office. QADDLE and BRIDLE (English) for sale. Apply Advertiser Office, Euroa. OR SALE.-Boot Business in Kirk IF land-street Euroa, together with Shop and Land adjoining. For terms apply to S. BEEcPtorr, Kirkland-street. fier2aicnlM. . Lecetuirei. ete, - CHURCH OF ENGLAND. MI R. McCOMAS will Preach at Euroa T on Suniday evening. WESLEYAN CHURCH, M?ltuA.' TUNDA Y, OCT 0 BER lOi, -184. : Morning, 11 a.m., Rev. S. Scholes, Subject: "Manasseh or Piety essential to hNational Prosperity." " ." : Evening, 7 p.m., Mr W. S. Reeves. Teaidtrs. W ANTED by the' Committee of the Presbyterian Church, Sti-thbogie, Tenders for the ERECTION of a WEATHERBOARD CHURCH...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 17 October 1884
!.- .:"- - -FOR TEAS PAPERS STATIONERY;, &c. "ADVERTISER" Office. • Bricks, .' " T:.. ALsed LEon. Generia : Storekeeper, Felieaiijs-o (htand for sl.) ER GT OCl GEIE CO ...l'rStin and jWool. • Ago|s for the • Buildin mri,,: Union , i C?,sIsanie? o? Iron y. S elbourn, nCemet n S.Agent for the UTUAL ASSURAND LSON IET MER OF VICTORIA. CO Melbounoe. . Cash edvccans ade Twin st Bi erii and otheol Agenti for the Conscises eal. Union Fire sAgsultrcalmplementsy. * Melbourne, Agecnt for the OMUTUAL SSUSIIEED SOCIETY ER 'S VICTORI ACT. O AgThe moent fLabour Saing'Corhurck ReapCash uyer o alld ar Prdne O in T Sr, and other Agricultural Implements, including UTUOIES ASSUREEAN SOCE SOR, PETER OF VICTORUBLE ACTION lead Omice€, 70 Little Collin\ The most Labour Saelbourne. . Known. Policy ylders allide theFarm Prod FRUIT TREES AT MELBOURNE . l PRICES, Oxr Thoma Sor, (T. Loader &. CIET OF. chaICORIman, (LIredrk Coy.) street, lbourneUniveritye. Alex. Mlorrison, Esq., M,A.L-0.L. Poilli...
DAIRY PRODUCE, HIDES ETC [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 17 October 1884
DAIRY;' PRODUC:E, HIDhS1 ETC= Messrs. M'Kay and M'Donald report A large quantity of--produce .tohand to -day, which met with brisk competition. " and sold at the following qubtations: -Cheese: Prime quality in good demand, and sold at from 7d. to 8d. per lb.; medium, 6d. to 7d. ; inferior froniSd.3 Potted Butter: Prime new make, 8d. to: 9d. per lb.; good old, 7d. to 8Sd. per lb Fresh Butter Choice dairies up to 10d. medium, 9d.; inferior. 8d. Eggs, fronL -19d. to 10#d. per dozen. Bacon: Smoked hams, 9d.; sides, 7d. to 8d.; flitches, 61d.; ,do., green, from 6d. to 8d., according to, 'quality; Honey, 51d. for good garden lots; ;hush, 4d. to 4~d. Beeswax, 9d. per lb. Lard, 4d. to 4 d. p?i lb.-- Turkoys, from 10s. to 1Gs..per pair; ducks, 5s. to 7s.;" geese, 7s.;afowlsa 3s. Gd. to 4s. 6d Car 'ease pork, dairy.fd, Gd. per lb, =' -
BENALLA AGRICULTURAL AND PASTORAL ASSOCIATION. President: Mr Evan James. Vice-presidents: Messrs E. Bain and Wm. Crawford. Treasurer: Mr R. Hoskin. Secretary: Mr T. S. Moore. FIRST DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 17 October 1884
BENALLA AG-RI CUILTUiRAL AND PASTORAL-ASSOCIATIONS ,. President: Mr Evan James. .-Vice-presidents: Messrs I. Bain and Wsm. Ciawford.'-: Trea surer: AIr; Hoskin. Secretaryi lirT!. S. Moore. FIRST DAY. The ninth show in connection with this Society was commenced on Thurs day, Oct. .9th, uinder not at all favourable circumstances: the' weather being by no: means likely to entice pleasure seekers out. Tlie attendance, however, was quite up to expectations. One of the best features in connection with the show'w'as the splendid display' of cattle and sheep . Mr G.-Connors, of Oxley Flats, was the principal prize taker in the. shorthorn section: The champion prize for the best merino ram, a silver cup, valued at £10 10s, a gift from the Tow Zealand Loan and Mercantile Agency Company, went to Mr W. Macaulay. Mr R. Tremble, of Rutherglen, took first prize for wheat, and Mr C. Kierath, of Chilten, second prize. Mr A. Wakenshaw, of Euroa. took first and second. prizes for oats. -of--different ...
The Advertiser PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. "MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17th., 1884. BISMARCK AND ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 17 October 1884
PULISIIED EVERY FRLDAY MORINL O. " MODERATE,.BUT.PIROGIRESSIVE. "' .E?IDAY. OCTOBER? i ti., 1S-S " rBIScMARBCK AD DENGliAD. TIIEmost recent intelligence concerlng the tactics of CountBisarkk is` oft 'miuchlsigriificance: to the Britislh :Erin pirc and these colonies. If it be tiue e that thie crafty Gennan Dictator has 1 succeeded in gettiig the; chief 'po}vers of Europe to unite agaiisti the aggres-' sive. colonizing': citerprise : oE. Geeat Britain, it is truly; frauiht wiithl far reachilig possibilities, thejoutcome of w "which it is imipossiile eveii to foic- shadow. Mr:: Gladstoie: and lhisi weakniids lits borii'e its natural :iesult, andi Grei t iBritauisi is now in the ees of Europe ,iiat it was in. 1877 7before I thie genimi and hrimliant state craft of 0 Ear-lB3 aconsfiekl rescue'diit from con2: ten?mpt Ceint lismiarek dare :not act b as ieis reporedadie German press i ulider his ? inspiration,i iould not in-i I dulgem in such v pourimng agramnst b England, had Beaconslield...
AN EXPLANATION. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER.) [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 24 October 1884
AR EkPLANATIO . -(TO. mr xDITOR OF TIIE ADVEIRTIEn) ; Sin -For the benlfif. of my nunerous friends, allow me through the colunmis of your valuable paper, to state that I s as eritirely innocent of the charge for which I ias summoned at the lnst court day, riz, for inciting the prisoner (Johnson) to resist. On the eveiling of'the row, I ?'as sitting in a room at Shelswell's hotel, h]iving a quiet game of cards,'when I was informed that 'there was' a disturbance near the shire hall. On hastening over, the first'person I met was a young )nan, running away and putting on his coat as he did so. A few stops furthiir, I came amongst a crowd, in the centre of .which Constable WVhittaker was arresting a ian, whom I since learned" to beh Johihson. Several in the crowd seemited to be very excited, and were calling out to " let the man go." I took no part whatever, merely acting as a spectator. It is totally untrue to say that I laid my hand on the cdnstable's shoulder, or that I in any way inc...
EUROA RAINFALL FOR YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 24 October 1884
EUROA RAINFALL FOR YEAR. The following is a complete table of rainfal :-" Mronths. No.of days. Railnfall. January 6. 3.06 February 4 .32 March 4 1.10 April 2 1.01 .May 8 2.53 June 12 4.09 July 2 .23 August 9 1.64. .Septembcr. 9 .01 October ... 6 50- . Total for sain u period last year.' J ,:71 22.22 Rainfall"t cuid of Asust' r Place ,' .ýod of,d. s Rainfall: ,Ran?es J r ' 65 23.98 - Viblet Tovwn ' 59 12.70 r -Aiinch'reproesents about a hundred: :-tons per acre. .; ,
THE LONGWOOD FIRE. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER.) [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 24 October 1884
'Hi: J LONGWOOD FI1E. (to Tiud EDITOU OF Tui AIDVERiTIS.n.) DEAx Sn,---I hope you will allow me a little space in your very valuable columns to correct a statement which I. presume emanated from your Longwood corres pondent in a paragraph appearing in your paper of Friday week last, whereien the ladies of Longwood .are credited with unaided saving a quantity of bark at the recent fire which took place in a house occupied by one Mfr. IHescter. And to which I have been requested to give a flat denial, as. they in no way assisted, but. wore obstructionists if I may use the term. And as the parties who really did assist are aggrieved at the report I trust you will in sert this. I do not wish to infer that your correspondent kniowingly inserted the paragraph, but from some oversight over which at the tiim lie he had no control ..... Ian, &e.' Oct. 16, 1884. FAIR PLAY.
CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 24 October 1884
CORItESMPOXIE-i:JIE (Our columns are open for the discussion of all questions which aresiot of a iectarian' c"bhdracter. We wish it to be distinctly Sunderstood, however, that we do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by our coirespondents. All communications intended for insertion must be.addressed to the Editor, and contain the name andl ddress of the writer as a guarantee of good faith, En "A,'
KARRAMOMUS. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 24 October 1884
ILQARAO1UJS. (Ow Gunrl :OWiN oiconsrov-nx-.) -: On Saturday last three men staritd biickniiaking in our midst, and thb first lot they turned out were of excelleiit' quality, . the residents of Karrrnoammus have hitherto liad to carit bricks sume dig-" tance, and so ,should these inen continme their operati :s, thelYou git to do eery A sa; mill is also abouit to start buisi' ness hei?e and have ilready got the engine froiniifelbourne. Our Debating Society have broken up for the present butwill resume a hti next SThefootbll season.hae closed here, but as yet there is no sib of cricket S ervest operations will soon be don-' menced .in this district. Barey,. crops are. coming out in ear, but they O ar very short mald;thin on account, of the dry weathier. :7-.
RECEIPT AND PAY OFFICE, BENALLA. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 24 October 1884
RECEIPT A".t1M PAY OFFICE, The following is'a. list ,.of the leases! awaiting execution and delivery, ii ;the Receipt and Pay office, Beialla : AwaITrmO r lYE . J. Davey, £1 l1s Gd. J. Simpson, £1. FOR EXECUTION. i E. Cox, 20a, Branjoe. It. Grcnfell,:241a r 36 p, Branjce. Jas. .M'Kinlay; .49a 2r: 29p,- ooraiin Goorajn Gong. 'Patk. Murphy, 103a 2r 38p, Euroa. Thos. Maher, 102a Or 35p, B:hilhttum. E. Quaile, Gla 2r llp, Wondoomardok. J. Hammer, 159a lr 28p, Branjce. J. Cleland, 110a 3r 25p, Strathbogie. FOR" DELIVERY. Wm. Barber, 263a 1r 21p, Strathbogie. J. M. Connolly, 25a 3r 17p, Balmattum W. Dowd, 100a, Boho. Carl Ewert, 296a 3r 30p, Moglonemby. Thos. Ramage, 144a 3r 21p, Wills. Henry White, 77a ir 24p, Shadforth. W. Wakenshaw, 101a, Wondoomarook. H. Einsporn, 219a 2r 25p, Strathbogie. J.' J. Renfree, 61a Or 23p, Boho. SVM. STALKER,',. S eceiyer and Paymaster.
GAZETTE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 24 October 1884
Messr., J. DeBoos, Thomas Wignell, and George Millerd have resign?ed their trusteeship of theland setapart for Church of England purposes at Euroa, and their resignations have been accepted. Messrs, P. A. Sinclair, J. Jacob, J. R. A. Field, J. Hogan, E. Henderson, J. Knight and W. Can~yon are .appointed trustees of land reserved for cemetery purposes at Kialla .::
COMMERCIAL. LIVE STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 24 October 1884
LIVE STOCK. Fat Crlce.--12S7 were penned, prime. sold from £16 Os to £18 10s; good sold from £13 10s to £*14 10; second do 'sold from £10 Os to £12 Os; inferior do sold from £7. Prime pens of cows sold from £10 10s to £12 os; good do sold from £9 Os to £10 Os ; aniddling and inferior £5. - Fat Calves.-150 were yardced. Prime sold at from 75s to 90s; good do from 55s to G5s; second from 35 to 40s ; in ferior from 20s. Messrs Raleigh, itikcn andCo. report having sold 359 crossbred wethers for 3Mr. W. 11. Haley Seven Creeks. Messrs King and Co., report having sold 140 fat lambs for Mr. T . Gourlay Kialla East, at 8s. Gd. Messrs Richard Gibson and Co., reporthaving sold 150 fat lambs for Mir D -M'Kernan, Balmattumn. Fat sliecp.-The market waslargely supplied, 19,500 having been yarded, the bulk of which were of second to inferior quality, with only a small proportion of prime. The demand for best descriptions *-as brisk, and for such fully last week's rates were main tained. bit middlin...
LOCAL MARKETS [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 24 October 1884
LOCAL MARKETS The local mill reports: Wheat 3s 7d; feed oats 3s ; fowls wheat 3s.. Mr C. L. l)eboos reports prics locally as follows. Fresh butter G6d Potted butter G',d. Eggs, Sd - SCarcase pork, under 1001b 4d. PFowls, 2s to 3s per pair. 'Turkeys 5s to 103 per pair: Sheepskins 'd to 41id. Hides 2d to 2 d. Kangaroo skins 9I to Is. Id. Wall::by Gd, to 7d. Oppossum 2a Gd to 4a Gd. . Bear 2s G61 W&lt;attle Bark, £2 to £G per ton. J. E. 1landbury and Co. report : Butter (print), Gd to 7d per lb. ; prime new c.ak, G,1 to 7d ; do. old cask, Gd to G?,td ; eggs, 9d per dozen ; honey, 31d to 4jd per lb.;pigs 3dto4.,d turkeys, ; s to 10s per pair; fowls,' 2s to 3s; ducks, 3s to 48 G; oppossum .skins, ?s Gd to Gs. ]fr D. A. Casement hay and corn merchant, Eunroa, reports:- - Bran is 3d. Pollard is 3d. Best bay chaff to "£,l 10s Best straw do. to £3 Barley 3s Gd per bush. Crushed 3s 9d Oats 3ss Gd Crushed 3s sd. Peas 4a 9d. Potatoes to Ss per cat Linseed 2Ss per cwt. Onions 2- per lb.<...
THE SEYMOUR AND SANDHURST RAILWAY LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 24 October 1884
'TI` E BE ilO1U93M AJ:D 94N W MllUST RAILVAr LEAG IJE.. The Secretary of this "League has for warded to us a copy of the petition'which is to be presented to Parliament with the request that we would get as many signa tures to it as possible. We do notknow what views our!.readers hold concerning this line, but should any be in favour of it, they may sign the petition either at this office or at the National Bank. The following is a copy ofithelpetitiori : " That in our opinion the proposed Railway Line from Wandong to Heath cote and Sandhurst, is not the one cal culated to serveth!e best interests of the colony generally. We therefore beg to request that before this most important question comes before you for considera tion. a statement shewing comparatively the approximate cost of construction of a line from 'Seymour .to Sanllhurst, :via Heathcote, compa.red with the line pro posed, nmay be laid before you. WVe are fully convinced that if this re done, yoli will see that aline fro...
WELCOME THE SPRING. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 24 October 1884
WELCOIME THE SPRIXG. Oh welcome sweet Spring. with her beau '- tiful bowers. C fDecii:g.the carpet so green with her t .flowiers L Scenting the air with fragrance so rare. The birds in the air all'seem to sing .. Welcome the beautiful flowery Spring. a Fromni the flowr -decked earth to the t star-spangled:sky. ': ..r? ". Sweet odours are wafted by zephyrs on high. : .The.wattle of gold and the tiny blue-bell 1 That nods its wee head iii the soft fairy "p dell Oh, list to the musioe amid the tall trees t All.. eea ,to. sing softly, welcoine the t Spring.: Oh, welcome the spring with her mantle , so green, . - With ihei head-dress of flowers and their I beautiful sheen With her radiant face lighted with Floras soft smile, As the springs from lierbowoers so wanton 1 and wile.. , Oh mortals, oh join with Nature and sing Welcome oh, welcome the the beautiful Spring.. The trees in the orclard are covered so fair, With snowy-white blossom so lovely and rare. " The vine is beginning with em...
TAMLEUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 24 October 1884
(FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENCE) As so much has appeared in thie columns of the Advertiser of late respecting the recent welcome showers, I shall refrain from offering any remarks on the subject further than thisVegetation of every &nbsp; description is a healthy appearance, and the grass and crops have improved won derfully-and almost appear to be trying &nbsp; to makeup for lost time. Now that we have fine weather, and &nbsp; consaquently fine roads, it is to be hoped that the Council-will turn its attention to that part of the main. Violet Town and Shepparton road known as ".Garlepp's lane," which is and has been for years been in a disgraceful condition. A few years ago the Council undertook to improve the worst portion of it, the result was, the making of, I believe, without exception, or the best piece of road in the Shire. The remaining portion, about 30 chains, more or less had nothing done to it whatever, and it so happens that it is not more than one c...