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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 24 October 1884

TOWLE'S PENNYROYAL AND STELL FILS. FOR FEMALES quickly correct all irreyularities, and relieve tile distressing sympons so prevalent with the seo. loo?o 2. Sd. of all chemists. Prepared only by E. T. Towlc, Chemist, Nottingham, England. Agents fe- Melbourne--Rocke, Toipsitt, & Co.,| Wholesalo l)ruggist: IellImons & Co., Wilolsale Drug ists Williaom Forl & Co., 67i, Swanstoa-strect. No health with inactive liver and urinaryor'uns. Toko lIop litters. See. " BUCIIU-PAIBA." Quick, complete cure, all annoying Kidney and Bladdcr asd Unnary Discases. Druggists, ,l lMoss and Co., Melbourne, General Agents. THICK HEADS. Heavy stomachs, bilious condiions--WVells' May Apple Pills "--auti-bilious, cathartic, Sd. and l s1 dM. Moss and Co.. Melbourne General Ageots. THE WONDER OF THE WORLD HERMAN 'S WORLD-RENOWNED SHEEP WAS H. AND Oelebtated Vermin Destroyer. Thisipreparation is known tirouyhout the civilised worln to be for superirr to atything yet iscovered for Eradicati...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE SIMPLETON. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 24 October 1884

THE SIMPLETON. The dh namite fiends are at work again, and this time in the city of Quebec. 9 From the accounts it would appear that d an attempt has been made to blow upn the Houses of Parliament at Quebec, and that the result is much the same as 1 other results attained by the dynamiters ii -that is their design has miscarried and some innocent people have been killed. Truly we have arrived at a terrible period in the history of the world. We are fond of prating about the " march of intellect," the " progress of science" and a so forth, but what of the cold-blooded wretches who cooly and wantonly se.tter 1 about deaili and destruction %is thout re gard to friend or foe, age or sex ? Are they to be regarded as the iproduct of our progression in knowledge. I notice that Ilis Majesty King Tawlhiao has been having a big time of it with the Good Templars of Sydney. Bravo old monarch, more power to you ! The king is making pr. gress in his temperance education, and not only supports the...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 24 October 1884

-w-O. CHARM1ýIii,` Rep ei?rs.eatly executed at Shortest': . Notice. S S. orkin i0 liip ind M Iat"e.ii .T . 0G,. W '% N t . -And JEWELLER of EURO , may be seen at Mr Tuckett's Refreshment `Booms every WEDNESDAY, where orders may be left any time during the week' . H 0 1(E PAT H.Y. - MARTIN'S GENUINE-HEMOPATHOP .... S MEDICINES.-;= The following 12 most commonly .used Medicines, TINCIURES OR. PILULES In a Carboard Case, and including DIR. RUDDOCK'S WORK, " The Stepping Stone to Hommopathty and Health," may be obtained, price 12s., from :MARTIN & PLEASANCE . (Late Martin' & Co.), ' 85 ~COLLINS "ST.,, EASTI `MELBOUiRN. . ACON.; NAP. (.Jhnxksioilý). Chiefly affects the circuliitiry system, and is curative iii all c~ses of :Inflam matory, Cattarhal, and Simple:Feivers; Feverish Colds, :Bronchitis, Chicken pox, Croup, Measles,: Pleurisy, Gout, Head-spots, Scarlatina, and Teething of Infants; in Face-ache Neurnalgia, and Congestion. BELLADONNA (Deadly' Night .shade).-Affects...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GRAND CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 24 October 1884

{ýcG1iiD cDO¶icalrT. ~s:ir. a afiticipated, a largeo- number 'assembled at the Temperance .Hall, on Wednesday evening, lured thither by the attractive programmne which had been .'prepied by the committee of young men, fdr tlfeir concert in aid of the building fund of the noew Church of England. Every seat in the building was occupied, and if the weather had been a little more promising, there is no doubt the numbers would have been, somewhat augmented. So many adverse remarks had been niade concerning the concert having been got up without consulting the committee of the church, that it was feared the attendaiice :would be small, and the co. cert cominittee were extremely glad when the perform ance commenced to find such' a good audience present, as their 'presence de monstrated they.were-not in accord with the silly r rmflis? hich .ihad been: made, and which wvi- are sutd never emaiated from any ofthlbchurch conimittee.:- That -body we are' certain, wo'uld only be 'too' pleased to ...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 24 October 1884

FOR - PAPER BAGS; TEA PAPERS, STATIONERY, &c., TRY THE "ADVERTISER"- Office. T. L LIN G Eelai S;torekeeper, -E~ IRONQGER Has always on hand fur sale GROCERIES I all kinds, BES¶I QUtl L ' T 1- Brick;'.. Galv'ihiedl Iron:. Lirmce, Cement, :Ftncing wire, (best brands.) ' -gent for the NEW ZEAL'ALJ'i LOAN ANDI. MERCOANTILE AGENCY CO' Melbournc : Caksh Advances made against Grai andj Wool. Agent for the Commaereial; .Union ]Fire Assuirance eocietty. Melbourne, Agent for the M:UTUAL ASSURANCE SOGIETY OF :VICTORIA. Agent for M'Cormnack -Reiper and Twine Binder, and' other AgriculturalImplements, including : :DOBIE'S SEED SOWER, PETER BEY'S DOUBLE ACTION - : .C fHURNS, The moidt Labour Saving Churn Known. Cash Buyer of all Farm Prod FRUIT TREES AT MELBOURNE PRICES, ON THE SHORTEST NOTICE. -TIIE MUTUAL ASSURANCE SO CIETY OF VICTORIA (LIMITED.). Head Office, 79 Little Collins street, West Melbourne. For Life Assuitnteand Endowments. Policy Hnlders Divide the Profits. Mr Thomas Loader,...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DAIRY PRODUCE, HIDES ETC [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 24 October 1884

'DAIRY PRODUCE, HIDES ETC Messrs. Mi'K~ y and M3Donald report A large quantity of produce tohaud to lday, which met with brisk competition. .and sold.. at. the, following, quotations: Cheese: Prime quality in good demand, anmd sold at from 7-d. to Sd. per lb.; : medium, Gd. to 7d. ; inferior '-from 5d. Potted Butter: Prime new make, Sd. to SAd. per lb.; iood old, Gd. to Sld. per lb Fresh Butter Choice dairies up to Sd. mnedium, 9Od.; inferior. 8d: Eggs, from 9d. to 10d. per dozen. Bacon: Smiokcd unams, 9d.; sides, 7d. to 9d.; flitches, 7td.; do., green, from Gd. to Sd., according to 'quality; Honey, Gd. for good garden lots; bush, 3.d.Z to 4d. Beeswax, 10d. per lb. Lard, 4d. to Gd. per lb. 'Turkeys, from 10s..to 16s. per pair; ducks, 5s. to 6s.; geese, 8s. Gd.; fowls, 4s. Gd. toas. Car Ease pork, dairy fed, Gd. per lb,

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LIFE IN THE CITY. CHAPTER VI. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 24 October 1884

LIFE IN THE CITY. SCHATERn VI 't-. ;" Continuing my story of city life-tlhe time is now one o'clock. This and the hour immediately preceding are the times at which the great city dines, that is that section of it which is not used to quality hours.. The arrangements for dining in Melb6urne are such as to suit the most fastidious. There are the leading hotels, the cafes Gunsler and Clements for the higher class of the conimunity--those who prefer to pay a highlier fee for their. feats of gastronomy - merchants, bankers, brokers, civil servantls and the hat.ton. of Melbournio society, and there aie nooksi ,and corners 'knrown toffashfioin wlere' a petit: dejeu;ieufir'i'thl chainpasgne, Lafitte or Chablis can be partaiken of: Ladies are aware of suclih iookeries, and if now, and. again somie social philo'sopher gives a gentle hint of-a~ristocmtic tippling and in sinuates thai; cafe de lint is or is not the only bevrageo pairtitken of -by fashioiiable .shoppers on their daily rounds is ...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ARCADIA. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 24 October 1884

A 'ICADIA t. A very daring. robbery wis :attempted oniThursday night, the 16th inst, at the Arcadia' railway' station' 'The oflices- of tlhat stitioni efre brolren into by. 'some thief or thieves, evidently for'the purpose of ',bstracting any money. or valuables they could obtail. At the stationmaster's irrival:at the offic' lin" the anorniing'(hi private apartments,being h situated about one chain fironi the scene of the robb~iry) lie 'was liisurprised to fiid'lthe'Wdll odo broken open, and. the 'conitenits: of' the office -in'-aL---very disorderly- state, . and: urihdgmi front the look of iffairs, a strict sehLchthiad been ni'de for, what, fortu .itely they did not obtain,.namely cash of 'my description. "Thestron" safe in this' case, stoodits testifor it'u.inoubtedly had. ,been tampered with, and.as it was rather an 'ncumbrous article to remove alto gether, '-their efforts proved fruitless. Nothing is missing of .any consequence, and the whole, affair remains as yet a mystery. Th...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
VIOLET TOWN MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 24 October 1884

MSIrs Underwoodlhas now three drays hard at work carting bricks for the new building she purposes putting up very soon. . Messrs George and Williams, Photo praplers, will com?l{iiene business here next week. They have been some time in Euroa, and their phlotoi are favourably spoken of. Chas. Grogan narrowly'escisped a very serious accident on M?onday last, while he was in the act of putting a log of wood on the dray, his foot by' some means slipped, causing the log of wood about 5 cwt to fall very heavily on his head. lIe was insensible for some time. A mattch will be played on Saturday next between the Gowangardie and Violet Town clubs at Violet Town. The follow ing are the Violet Town players :-Neil (capt), W. Davis, W. Grogan, Hartshorn, Underwood,. 'Hsumplhries, Jolhnston, McShmne, Thomas, Miller and Deggs. Emergencies White and Lane. For the drst time since his recent ill ness the Rev. F. L. Wilson officiated here on Sunday morning, biut it was apparent lie had not regained his...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE EUROA HOTEL. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 24 October 1884

It is with much pleasure we have to record the opening of ?Ir. Sutherland's new lintel, which has just been completed, inmmediately opposite the lRailway station, and which may be fairly said to eclipse anything of its .kind out of Melbourne. i For the benefit of ourrcaders we subjoin a description, of the building. The main entrance hal:dl which is ten feet wide leads directly to a grand staircase vestible in which is erected one of the most mamni ficent staircases in the colonies. At right angles to the entrance :ind between it.s u?d the vestibule runs ie spacious corridorL 8Q- foct-loný-anul ir -foet wride, lih.ih affords access to the bar, commercial room, i dining roonm, billiard room, smoking 1 roosa, and the various parlors. Ascending 1 the staircase in three flights each. si. feet wide the visitor roeaches anlother' corridor of similar dimin?sions from which a ready means of entry is obt:ined to all the pri: cipal apartments on the first floor, anil launmhing from which, is ...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EUROA V SRATHBOGIE. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 24 October 1884

EIUROA V f3HATIIUUOGIE . Two or three werks ago, the Euroa Cricket Club received an invitation from Mr Gundry, secrotary.of a clubwhich had lately been organise4,in Strathbogie, ask ing them to play'? friedly'gati of cricket, ostensibly for the purpose of. opening the season. Tile invitation was accepted, and Saturday 4th October was fixed upon as the date of match, but owing to the un propitidiis state oft the weather~ on- th at day and the one preceding, it was not deemed advisable to take the journey, the players very wisely being adverse to ,getting a ducking. However they said " better luck next time," and such proved to be thoicase, as the following Satuirday' the weather was delightful, albeit some -what-warm, and the Euroaites were just as willing to go on this occaision as they wore opposed to going the Saturday previous. Four of the team left the township at ten o'clock in Mr Casemrent's trap, "whilst the rest preferred to ride, certainly a more a'oreeable way of travel li...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MOGLONEMBY JOTTINGS [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 24 October 1884

"BY:INCOG" - ' Having occasion to pass oair Stato school some few days ago, my attention was drown by a great haminiering therein. It being Saturday I knew tihe sounds could;i nt -aise from the 'castigatibn of some unfortunate offender, particularly as. our;do?ialie gets credit for a limited suppl, of the flogging 'coiiimodity- . I ac cordiingly drew near to ini-stigito the origin of the sounds; and lo i sure enough, there -ho twas, with sweat on' brow, and brawiny 1 "rsms laid bare .laying about hiin right earnestlywith lilmnuer and saw, re moving the partition betwaen the school roomi ald 'quarters He had' been: au thorised by. the Departminent to' get it donei, 'andto save tiin Was'idoliig it hinm self. I "'ii informed that extr- desks are to` b'e supplied, :id judging, by the daily attendance,' I should say. they:are badly needed . - .:persons in this loceaity ar iot ta'little pleased ito leirn that the s- iieMo t-fflice Euroa, loas been opened, and no, look forward to receiving...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LONGWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 24 October 1884

An old man carrying a diminutive swag visited the township on Friday, the 9th instant. and left after staying a few hours; nothing occurred to bring him to the rememberance of the in- habitants. until Mlonlay the 13th,   when John Doyle who was depasturing sheep in the neighborhood heard a faint Coo-ee, and found the poor old fellow lying on the ground almost paralyzed, and at once reported the occurrence to Coustable Boulton, who finding that he   was in a dangerous state took him at once t0o the Kilmore hospital. When brought up he informed the Court that he had been laying there for three days without either food or water, as a limb of' a tree under which he had lit a fire had fallen across his chest, and until the end had burned off could not release littlehopes of his recovery, He gave his name as George Clare, A young man giving his name as John Puncher was arrested. by Con- stable Boulton on the 7th inst, at the Railway station charged by the station...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 24 October 1884

For continuation of, reading matter see: fourth page. WJANTED a BOY for Orders and S Basket. Apply W. 2'ELA?DS, lbutcher, Euroa. WT% ,ANTED FILES of the' "Euroa 1 Advertiser" from Blarch 1st to 4th July. Apply "Advertiser" oltice, Euroa. - T? -NTED CORRESPONDENTS in tithe country districts. Ful: par ticulars at this oflice. Fuor3 'salet FOR SALE. 'QHOP and DWELLING, Binney-stroet Euroa, at present occupied by the Colonial Bank. C, L. DEBoos, Euroa. TASTE PAPER FOR SALE, Cheap. d Aldrertiser Office. ,ADDLE and 1BRIDLE (English) for sale. aApply Advertiser Olice, Euroa. .. - i: . 'lensadera. T?jTANTED by the committee of. the " Presbyterian Church, B-iliiattuti, Tenders for the CEILL G of the Presby terian Church. Specifications to be seenl a- Gordon Bros., Euroa. " Tenders to bh'sent to the sccreet.- c committee, Balm.ttuni post office, on or before Friday, 24th October, at 2 p.m: iLermo?5no3 , Leclrere t et., CHURCH Fo ENGLAND. C 1PTAIN W~IGHT will, conduct divine service niest Sund...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MOGLONEMBY LOST CHILD. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 24 October 1884

MOGLONEMBY LOST CHILD           Come all ye folks and list to me, a tale I will relate, Of how a young and guiltless child met her untimely fate ; Away from her parent's house, this poor innocent did roam,   Right through the trees and scrub far from her parent's home. Now soon the search was made, but all the search in vain, For soon the clouds came, and then there came the rain. Its parent's name was Burns, and years it was but three, And death its sufferings put an end, that is a certainty.   Consider all you people of how the rain and frost       Would break the constitution of the little one that's lost. The hunger too was frightful for such a little child, Wandering through the darkness on a night so wild. Stepping over sticks and falling over brambles,   She little thinks that death is near her in   her rambles; &n...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Advertiser PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. "MODERATE. BUT PROGRESSIVE." FRIDAY, OCTOBER 24th., 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 24 October 1884

PUBLISHED EVERY PRIDAY MIORNI G. ''t'MODERATE. BUT PiiOGtE55tVE.."i:. S ,,FRLDA, . -o,,CTOBEREt? 4,.a - ,o. :'?i e hae to ask that our correspon lents ,ill in their next contributions, ;fa?;r us, if possible,. with a description' of the crops in their respective districts, the total area under cultivation, and the probable average yield. Of course we are aware that it will only be an approximate estimate, but ceven that will doubtless be of considerable in terest to'our readers. A match will be played at Euroa on, Saturday week, between the Euroa and Longwood Cricket Clubs. In' connection with the tenders for the new National Bank in Euroa. we learn ithat owing to the amount of the tidners exceeding estimates, there will lie a few days delay in letting the con-. tract. We understaind that the lowest tender exceeded £5000. We are requested to draw the atten tion of the shareholders in the Public Hall Company to the advertisement re fifth call. All amounts will now be required in cons...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RECEIPT AND PAY OFFICE, BENALLA. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 31 October 1884

''RECEIPTSOA %.llfllP AY-O2 I"'CE, BE?AELLA. The Ifollowing is-.a-- list of- the, leases awaiting executior and delivery in u he - P.;f'+ :!-'.)tAWA.rIT-G'IO rAw'MERT.'i "- ,, J-Daivey,, £Ls Gd -,ýtI,:' C* : *:..?' Simnpson, £1 . (- t'i E. Cox, 2Os, ianrijee.i _y ol w:i1ir? ,~R Grenfell,,4la 3r 3Gp Briinjeo. i .. Jas. M 'Kinlay, r4Oa 2r 39j, Gooras Gooram Gonig - Patk. -iurphy, 103a 2r 38p,;Euroa. : Thos.I Maher,:102a Or, 35p; Blalnmttum. E. Quaile, 61a 2r llp, onoonoorook .-.J. Hammer, -15a ir 28p, Brasnjee.-. J. Cleland, ?19a,3r:25p, Strathbogic. , FOR DELIVER". Winm "Barber, 263a lr;21p, Strathbogie. J. M. Connolly, 25a Or 17p, Balmattum W. Dowd, 100,t,.Boho. Carl Ewert; 298 a$r 30p, l oglonemby. Thos. RaIunage, 144a: 3r 21p, Wills. : Henry White, 77a Ir 24p, lShsdforth. . W...Wakenshaw, 101a, Wondoomarook. H. Einsporn, .219a Sr 25p, Stratlibibe. J. J. Renfree, ila Or 23p, Boho. . WM. STALKER, Receiver rind.Paymaster.

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EUROA CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 31 October 1884

EUROA CRICKET CLUB. Acricketmatch was to have been played on Satuiday between the married and single members of this club, butas several of those chosen did not put in an appear ance, it'was "decided to have a scratch match, sides being chosen by Messrs. Pleasents and Weir. The former side went first to the wickets, and were all disposed of for the paltry score of 19, ow?nig to the splendid bowling of Smith, who oagged six wickets. Weir's side then went in, but Scott was in excellent form hnd the whole were dismissed for 30 runs. Neale being top scorer with 10. Again Pleasent's side handled the willow, and were more successful this time, tottingup 35 runs befdre the last wicket fell. Weir's side then essayed, but Pleasent's and Scott got among them and dismissed them for 19, thus winning the match by 35 runs. Liuriig the game excellent form was shewn by most of the players, especially in the bowling line, and last Saturday's play showed that undoubtedly the Euroo are 'an exceptional...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
BADDAGINNIE AND WARRENBAYNE. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 31 October 1884

W AuRREIBAYMI9hE. (FroR OUR OWs COp.lmsPOSDENT). SThe readers of your. journal haye not hlid'an opportunity of seeing thle names of the above districts in print of late, the reason being scarcity of. hews. The Baddaginnie cricket club held its annual meatinrj on Saturday . vening last, at the hall and was ?ttended" by upwards of 20 persons. MIr. B. Howe's occupied the chair, and in a neat speech advised all to go into the noble game with greater energy than heretofore, and uphold .the honor of. the club and town. Various minor matters:having been discussed the election of ofices, ,c;. was proceeded with resulting as follows : Secretary Mr. G. Longton ; Treasurer,. Mr. J. Woodland Committee, ICesrs.._. ' Abbot, J. H. Dunlop; V. Hart, E. Hill, and COHoires It was decided that ai scratch match be played on Saturday, 8th 'prox. In the evening a nmeeting will b3 held, when it is intended to ar:rnge a series'of inatclhes for the seasoin." I Iwa3 pleased to observe that the police inaistra...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EUROA RAINFALL FOR YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 31 October 1884

EUROA RAINFALL.FOR YEAR:U The following is a complete table of :rainfall : M'onths. " No.of days. Rainfall. January . 3.0o February -4 .32 Ma rch 4 1.10 April 2 .01. May '8 2.53. . Juno .. 4.09 .July .23 August - L.64 September 9 .2.01 -October .- 0 : :50 C. 2 37.49 Total, for,same -period last year. J 71 2222 : 'Rainfall to end of August. Place.- No. of days Raiinfall; "Straathbogie Ranges J 65 ,., 03.98 .' Violet Town "-5 -59 2.7 0 An t inch repr.esents Acut a hundred -tons per acre.

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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