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Horse Parades. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser and Violet Town, Longwood, Avenel, Strathbogie, Balmattam and Miepoll Gazette — 11 July 1884

Iome -Par ades *Horse pairades, etc., -e ill..be held' on the fo!hri ing d itesi l4th.-Euroa 2Oth.-Kimnnrkah, 22nd.-Sheppartonl-.: 25thi. -Moo'roopna. · 27tj.-Tatura iz 29th.-Henlcy's (TntumWest). "' 30th.--Seynmour & .~a;imbie,. Seymour. SEPTE.IBEL .. ]st:.-Seyneur and N aoinbie, at, Na Buunbie.';"

EUROA RAINFALL FOR YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser and Violet Town, Longwood, Avenel, Strathbogie, Balmattam and Miepoll Gazette — 11 July 1884

EURO A. RA IFALLF.tOR : YEAR. The folloiw~in is .a complete ef infall for half Scar : Months. :No of days: ;lainfal. January:. 3.06,'}< e :Februa.ry::.': 4 : ' :'? 32! SMarch 110 .April 101. May... 2.53 June . 12 4. o09J4 36 2.11 Total for saie 3 em 1 :q pveriodlastyear 37 ] ' 03 An inch represents about 100 tons per acre:

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser and Violet Town, Longwood, Avenel, Strathbogie, Balmattam and Miepoll Gazette — 11 July 1884

Publie a1Ict'e. W. ALLENq Y OLO I ' -TO RN, GEN ERAL STOEIKEPER IRONMONGER, E:T C 8as always on hand for sale GROCERIES 'of all kinds, 3EST QUALITY. Building materials, Iricks, Galvaniued Iron. Lime, Cement, Fencing wire, (best brands.) AnLrd for the NE-'WV ZEiNL A 'D N"LOAK"N" I) 3IERCANTILE AGENCY CO IMelbounne Cash Advances made against Grain and Wool. Agent for the 4ConnllelClat Union i?Pre Assu~rance Sjoclety, -Melbourne, Agent for the lMUTUAL ASSURANCE SOGIETY OF VJCTORIA. Agent for M'Cornack R?.cner and Twine Binder, and other Agricultut al Imdlenients, including : DOBIE'S SEED SOWER, . PETER BEY'S DOUBLE AC'C'TON, cau[ i S The most Labour Saviig Churn Known." 'tash Buyer (f all Farm Produce. J. H. Teague & Co. A UC TI ONEERS, STOCK AND STATION AGENTS; Sandhurst, ^a.gamnbie, Euros, Benalla aud Sheppartoni. ur'tii ýlaFDm~ aret: Eagambie--1st Thursday ofaeacli month. Euroa- 2rd ,, Ilenalla- 3rd .Slepparton-4th ,, ,, Our extensive connection and the ample yard aceonmuoda...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser and Violet Town, Longwood, Avenel, Strathbogie, Balmattam and Miepoll Gazette — 11 July 1884

Governn ment Ailiertisaemcnt. AL(E No. 5.;i3,) o?, -rrn Landc is Sfee-silapie, :t the Court House, 5:--_ mour, on Tuesday the twenty-second day of July, 1884. at eleven o'clock a.m. TOWN LOTS. Lon wood Railway. Station, parish of Monet north, county of MIoira. Town ship allotments at Longwood railway station. Upset'price £4 per lot--Clhargc forsurvey £1. Lots i to 7. Area ir.7p each, allotments 16 to 22, section 1. - COUNTRY LOTS. ;Paiish of Bunganail, couzity of Moirii -Adjining thbis5lcctiins of: Messrs. P. . &. .. Deane. Upset price £1 5 peIr acre. Charge for survey £10 13s. Lot 8. Area 212a.2r 31p, allot;mant.S51 a._, 2 Parish of Ru1ffevcounty of Dcltite, on the roads from Tarcomnbe to Gobuir and D:opumore to Longwood and on. Stoney Crick. Upset-price £1 2s 6d per acre.- C iarge for survey £7; 14s. Lot ii, area l13be _r r6p, allotment 4 E, secetion " Charge for survey must be paid at the tine of sal. PI ?ha andlinformatiion can be obtained :at the Cirowti Lanids Office, ...

Ashley Camp. AN AUSTRALIAN STORY CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser and Violet Town, Longwood, Avenel, Strathbogie, Balmattam and Miepoll Gazette — 11 July 1884

AshleyK. am. ai . :11N AUSTRIALTAN STORY CHAPTEBR 'h .lis. as just. exac'ly what;.Bill intonded to do. but s evertheless, he' was stiruck with. Checka'-,generosity, and mentally vowd.ethath . ir Fortr u only g!velhii aliii tii his'~ aid ofi' pearly gates-go i°;e.=other,."if .itS! as nossible-he wvi ouhld'romoemoilg Gk At itlhe time lie oily'replied, "All r glt Chbcks old fellow, 1 shalin't forgt. ".Hae a taztp B II to wet the bibd luck,". ircd'i Chek,-- ii fello can drink- whicn he's? among i.' :but is.o0rter in;tses beiter w?hn lucn s oh i .s And he. drew ia': pewter of'' co?nial," and placed itiit Bill s disposal. Dom me, but:' msorryii" 1'r yer, nut there's luk yet foryer stakto it ol mai sitilk tdit lif yor luclk bdi .rustle' iith italnd some day you'll have hi dbiv in nridl filo b az-top: Thiat s how I?lone it I The sentimuert assd go od qaa more cheering than .grammatical, and Billl mentally concluded as he tbouaght "of.the -----,uffing h and the d -.?d cat -"Ic,. that he had ...

OPINIONS OF THE PRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser and Violet Town, Longwood, Avenel, Strathbogie, Balmattam and Miepoll Gazette — 11 July 1884

OPINIUONS OF THE PlESS. The numerous" friends, of MIr. H. J; Scott, reporter of tih -FootscayL I'i:Ifqen dent, will somewhat regret to le:aril that young man lh:,a eindueal i in.0lf oo'.ai.rg.--,t i circle of friends, partieularly to the i;'':- ! tic soict? of Footscray, owingi to fhe nCi:-i interest le has taken'in cricke ansd other kinds . of sports. As an indefaligable sedre firy to fiidineious clubs it wruld be hard to find his superior.; Mr. Scdtt goes to Eroa t ttake charge of the local Advertiser in conjunction siit:i another well-known young, man, F. S. NCele, of this ineimbcr of the 'fourth estate leaves Footscray with the bes isishes of every body.'-"Footsgray Advertiser." Mr. H. Scott of the Footscray Indrepen dent, is about to take his departuse from Footscray for:Euroa. Mr -Scott's con nexion with the. press has not beeni a very leingthy one, but lie has been long'enough in the ranks of the fourth estate to have already developed literary capabilities. As an athlete "Ha...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser and Violet Town, Longwood, Avenel, Strathbogie, Balmattam and Miepoll Gazette — 11 July 1884

Agricultural and ;Iniplem nt ;GENERAL - BLACKSMITH,.i 1a3DEJ80N-BTLEET , EUROE N S desiresto tbak his cutomers : ":.for past..favor, and hope; hby: turniu out Fiirst claes Work, to soli t a further sharei of patronage. Horses.carefully and skilfully ebop -'5r;:~i·:·a~l ,·i;. I 1luubdic i oticce.* NOT TO BE BEATEN! I THE SEUROA 'TRADING : COMPAN Althougb; not in favor of.the?.adopte . rule of S el. a. I.L : :res CONSIUD IRABLI LOWER .Than other houses who are adver: S. tiiniug their prices as the Lowest In Euroa - ? hen. we do advertise price we q: ote something like the ...llowing Rice d - t 1Oa.... e 1- id. ..... SRed Cross Jam; Gd.. ... Spern Candles, 10. Tobaneo6;2s "9ddBest Bluestone, 3zd. Our Sugars are not to be beaten. S.. in the colony. -pOw: - ,IL PR.I L Goods : only of the very finest quality. Sand all at prices. as.lcw ,in? , . proportion as the above. Ora IUEI]ER ,T?A?iE e Has lately iicreased to such an extent under the low prices 'at which a e' :have been offeriig our ...

VIOLET TOWN MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser and Violet Town, Longwood, Avenel, Strathbogie, Balmattam and Miepoll Gazette — 11 July 1884

uBY~.' ,SORIBBLER."] -: 0: A general nmeating of subseriblrs to the Vio!et Town Free Library was held :at the [Mechanic ' Institute on Saturday eveniug Mr W. D. Crocker occupied the chair. The following members were present: i i - essrs Al?eln, Lane, Roger, Hart, Keane. Sanutbe!l, I' Kenzie, and the- secretary, E. lTh,,mas. The election of offic-=bearers for the ensuing year resuit-d -as follows .-?l-residicnt, Mr II Gratta:i Si?'cretary, Mr -E. Ihomas ; Treisurer, :. 'Vr' . Allen; Committee, M-essrs 'Allen. Crocker, M'Kevnzie, Hill, Roger; Hosins, Samn bell, and Lane. i With the d.iception of Mr Lane the others are retiring mere. hers of the comnuitte-. Ma r Lane was elec:ed to fill tlhe acaier iucaised 1, the deathli of th lte te Mr Weller. Auditors, M.cessrs Gammnic-.ianld ·'i- Cappin. It was decided that the commnittee meet on the lanst Satu rlay in each mon:th. The balance sheet for the year ending 30th •June ia? 'rea n n a- d lol?t-,l It was as follows : itl n . fnr.r? , r. ci...

Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser and Violet Town, Longwood, Avenel, Strathbogie, Balmattam and Miepoll Gazette — 11 July 1884

Business -Notices. A SPECIAL ANSCUNCEMEN'T. -To te IRthabsitn - an Farmeisar -bf. i.-tlroa and SBrri nding Districts. Ji E:.HANDBURY GO, ESPECTFULLY beg to return thanks for the I"-eral patronage hes owe,- on them since opening. and beg to notify tucir .intention of continuing to seat at LOWER R'ATES Than any other house in Enoton, and supply. ing goods only of best quality, Below we give a few instances of quotations in some of our dep titments. -Grocery Department s. d. Mauritius Sugars ... per lb 0 3 Coffee .. ... .. 1 4 Taylor's Cocoa .. 1 Pearl Cocoa ... I 0 Starch ... ... ,, 0 6 Square Blue ... , 0 8 Currants ... ..... 0 O Raisins ... .. , . ..0 Engo ... .. O 3 Tapioca ... .. , 0. . 3 Rice ... .. O 3 Oatmeal ... ... .. 0 Ilouscheld soap , per bar :0 7 American Brooms each . 6 lted Cross Jam prr tin 0 6 " Sperm CantCles... per lb 0 10 Tobacco ... -... . 3 0 Every other article at equal prices as 'abore in this Department, Wine AND Spirit Department, J. E. "T. & Co. beg ...

Euroa Police Court. TUESDAY, JULY 4TH, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser and Violet Town, Longwood, Avenel, Strathbogie, Balmattam and Miepoll Gazette — 11 July 1884

Euroa Police Court. TUESDAY, ULYs 4TH, 1884. (Before. Mr M'Cormick5 P. lM., ane MI'Guinness J. P. BD?EAKIG THE SABBATIH. John Anthony, and John Myer were charged with. shooting on Sunday, 15th nit, Constable Orr deposed to hearing shots fired on the day mentioned, and on pro ce&diiig in the direction from whence they e caise, found the defeidants with guns in their halids, and some dead parrots lying on the' ground. Both defendants were , ficed 40s, with 2s Gd costs; in default . 7 S la'ys imprisomnrnt. A TIIOUGHtrLESS ACTION. A respectable looking young manul, named Johll Adams, was charged with assaults'ot In Maurice G arrett and John Couclhe'": ` - ;oi -: Senior ' coinstable Orr prosecuted, and 'e` Mr Lamrock defended. : is - Both cases were hlierdtogether. ; is a Maurice Garrett,. publican, deposed tlhat the defendant was a bricklayer em 1,plyed on the building which was being erected for.Mr G. Sutherland. He (the witness) w as clerk. of works there. On the;O3rd of last ...

Euroa Shire Council. WEDNESDAY, JULY 9TH. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser and Violet Town, Longwood, Avenel, Strathbogie, Balmattam and Miepoll Gazette — 11 July 1884

E" Irr?a ~latire Coincil. WiEDnESDAY, JUY DinI. Present : Cis. - irkett, (Piesident) 'I' Guiiineld, Graliai,'Gibson, Ciosbie, Sinclair and Ifehir. Tlhe lminutes of-'previous meeting iwerread amd coifirmed. S CORiiSiONDENCE. Letters outward were read and adlnopted, and the following inward re c-lid . . S- Fro n'-T R. Wilson, Chief Sercrear's office, requesting names on rolls to be iarranged in strict alphabetical order IReceived . Froim the Seynour' anl' Sandlhurst Railiway Leange, requesting the atten a dance of dleghtes at :-rmeeting to- be held li BP.iidalla oil the 11tih inst. t i rOrGabI: considered that the coun cil had gone as far as they. ought. ie moved that it be received-Carried. From the Leopold We.orking Men's Coclge, 'requesting - donation-Re ccived. o ---FProtlHomeopathic and Wangarratta l HospitalL, similar applicatioins-To bel s' considered at next charitable rtde.: - Firoi tile n1th .W.I "H. iraies" anid 1 Me~srsr G. ? GCi:in, and G'V; \ H: ,ll t 's.:"L A:, statling...

SATURDAY HALF-HOLIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser and Violet Town, Longwood, Avenel, Strathbogie, Balmattam and Miepoll Gazette — 11 July 1884

SATURDAY HALF-HOLIDAY. The following is a copy of a petition to be presented to the Euroa Store keepers:-: . Wee the undersiuned residents of the township and vicinity respectfully ask your favorable consideration to the following reasons for altering the weekly half-holiday from Wednesday to Satur- day. on which afternoon the Bank and Railway Goods Shed are c!osed to the   public.   That the mid-weekly half-holiday has proved to be a constant source of in- conveniece and hardship to your country customers, who are frequently put to the trouble of a second journey   through their inability to keep your       present arrangements in mind. They unanimously approve the object of this petition.   That football and cricket clubs and other recreations cannot he properly supported under present conditions, and it is un- fair to employers that some of the employs should require to ask a second half-ho...

The Advertiser. "MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." FRIDAY, 11th JULY, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser and Violet Town, Longwood, Avenel, Strathbogie, Balmattam and Miepoll Gazette — 11 July 1884

THE ADVERTISER " "MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE. FRIDAY 11th JULY, 1884.     During the past few weeks a petition     has been taken round for; signature whliich it is intended to present to the storekeepers of the township~ Its object   is to urge upon them the desirability of recognisilng Saturday as a half holiday instead of Wednesday as here tofore Thie petition ileid has been inumierously signd bly residents outside the town as -well as in, sets forthtbhe followin reasons for such a chane: 1. That tie;id-weekly iialf-holiday; has prove ? to be aconstant source of inconvenience eand hardship to your country customersi i who are frequently pet -to the trouiblebf oiseoido jrniiey thrbough their -inability to keep youre present arran ementi mtin d. m They unanimously appiove the object of this petition . . That football and, cricket cls; oher recreatinlis cannot he properly spported;under present conditns and it is unfair...

Latest Intelligence. MELBOURNE, Thursday Night. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser and Violet Town, Longwood, Avenel, Strathbogie, Balmattam and Miepoll Gazette — 18 July 1884

Latest Intelligence. S[13B ELECTRIC TELEoGAVHI.] [FItos M OUt: owx COILRESPONDENT] MIELIOTJRNE, Thursday Niglt. Thelb tbollowings are tho third tices for the Waterloo UupMi onsoon just beat Car:mgilite, Siesta beat Sherwood S tig very cticerirly. Castanet beat Moss Itose attor .in exciting trial. M3coporc be:t ''lhrit uiiost p;:intless. W.,TleIRLOO Pcp aSE First Ties.-I , ad Rlind beat Jlnli frsts. Silver King beat I'anilda. both ran wide at first ?c.hen ihe King hunt.dtl lhis gaup d kilied. l:iallar..t Wil,.nic be:t Crablrc. Ilsn:pton Colnt brat Ne!ie iDobson e siir. Lad," Audl-y l,,ae. Caiingoen' I::tshfl:l Irishian bhat Poolna Misis izze "cat M eteor, Philisture beit IFrainc.: oid licenlse ofthl r'ritcerionZ Hotel Meibouiirne unas chargedi at the Genitral Criminii Courl :to day, "-iEh a:tt:npti1 b::.lM thi;e police After a retireie:onti of tiliae houirs tlic.loremuan of the inry despj~it~imed led imessage thejudge sL.tn: .that thlie was ,no po-ssible ehanic of the1ni arr:rinig it...

Forthcoming Shows. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser and Violet Town, Longwood, Avenel, Strathbogie, Balmattam and Miepoll Gazette — 18 July 1884

F'orteonistg S;low . [The Secretaries of Agricultural So anicties will obl;ge by sending to the Editor of the ADVaRTISER an early inti nmation of the dates, etc., of their respec tivre shows, ploughing matches, and any other items of importance to agricul turists. Secretaries of ho?rticiltural socie ties will also oblige by fon~arding any particulars of interest. ED, A.] t?li--Yarrawonga. 23,l.?-Xumurkah: 11th & 12th-Ovens and Murray Agricultural Society, at Wangaratta, 17th, 18th, & 19th.-Nationdl Show Echuca. 18th,-Albury. 25th.---Moirs, at Dookio. OcPoHsn. 1st & 2nd.-Shopparton & L.G.V ociety, at Shepparton. 16Gth.-Muruchison. 22nd & 22rd.- .E. & ,V. Society at Tatura.

Horse Parades. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser and Violet Town, Longwood, Avenel, Strathbogie, Balmattam and Miepoll Gazette — 18 July 1884

IHoWAW farad( s. Horso parades, etc., will ho held on ttho following dates: AuousT. 14th.-Euroa. 20th.-Nunmurkah. -22nd.-Shopparton. 25tlIL-Mooroopna. 27th.-Tatura. 29th -Heonloy's (Tatura Wost). : "'3th.-Soymour r& INgambtie, at, Soymour. Ist.=-Soymour and agatnbie, at Na=: - gambio. . :.

CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser and Violet Town, Longwood, Avenel, Strathbogie, Balmattam and Miepoll Gazette — 18 July 1884

COnt3E*sI03(EXC:E. [Our colunns are open.forthe discussiol of all questions which are not of a sectarian character. We wish it to be distinctly underst6od, however, that we do not nCcessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by our correspondents. All coin munications intendled for insertion must be adidressed to the Editor, and contain the name and" address' of the writer as a guarantee of good faith. Ed. A.]

No Title [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser and Violet Town, Longwood, Avenel, Strathbogie, Balmattam and Miepoll Gazette — 18 July 1884

" Owing to pressure on our siace we are' compelled to hold over a large quantity of interesting matter, amongst whlic are a' lot of letters, and; dome ou&intry correspondence. :ýoTlie'lWtters from Mr Grahatd and others in reply to Anti--Humbug wiil appear next woek-.

Poisonous Drinks. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser and Violet Town, Longwood, Avenel, Strathbogie, Balmattam and Miepoll Gazette — 18 July 1884

Poiionous rinisks. ' Under this heading, a-letter appeared in last week's issue, si"led by " Blue Itibbonite" which made., such a serious charge against one of the Euroa publi cans, that we deemed it necessary to make full inquiries and ascortain whether there was any truth in the statoiient. ! The re sult of such, proves thatl there is not an atom of truth iii the letteir. The writer stated that "he saw from 20 to 30 grains of tobacco in a glass of- rim which had heenbought at one of the hotels in Euroa." Now we did not believe this for one moment, but inserted the letter, so as we could make'full inquiries. If there had been any truth in it, and the name of the hotel mentioned,' we ".awould. not have rested until we had driven' that. publican from our midst. In this we would have been supported by the other hotelkeepers, who deputed Mr Sutherland 'to wait on us during the week. That gentleman stated that the publicans considered the statement to he a slur on all of them, and reque...

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