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BADDAGINNIE AND WARRENBAYNE. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 7 November 1884
BADDAGINNIE AND WARRENBAYNE. &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; &nbsp; (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT) A meeting of persons interested in the formation of a cricket club at Warren bayne was held on Wednesday evening last. Mr G Carnsew having been voted to the chair, gave a brief address on the advantages to be derived from the exer cise of cricket. After considerable dis cussion, it was decided to form a club. The following officers &c., were chosen: President, Mr. J. Wall; treasurer, Mr. J. Vauglhau, seeretary, Mr. G. Carnsew; comnuittee, Messrs "James., Wardle, Escreet, Vauglhn, and Carnsew. It was decided that all matches should be played at the Warrenbayno homestead, Mr. Vaughan having generously granted the use of the same. A resolution was carried to the effect that a dance be held in aid of the club, and the correspondent of the Board of Advice be applied to for per mission to use the school for that purpose. The petition t...
MURDERS BY AN AFRICAN CHARMER. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 14 November 1884
MIURDERS BY. AN AFRICAN CHARMER. Tnu last arriving mail steamer at Liverpool front Africa brouglht par liculats of the :trial and sountnce of the native Adeoshun for the murder of numuerols women at Lagos, on t?he West African Coast. ''The killing of at,least a dozen femniles was laid'to the account of Adeoshun, bunt at the trial, which took place on thle 9th .July, he was charged with the wilful imuider of three .women, viz ,M. s. Catlherine Cleg,, Mrs. Selina. Cle.. and iher sister. : The exact mnunber of skeletons found in thelbnsh was 12, and of these three were identified as the fem:ales named, all of whom were natives, -and occupied respectable positions in Liaw,s, two of- them .being the wives of native merchants.., A .-large. numberi of witnesses were examinied, tie tedtiaiiony? of: one female. sh,,owing, tile .owtliu? operauli of the prisoner. -TliisIwit:: ness, whose nianie: wisIdo?ii, h had a very narrow..escape_ ofbeing one-ot&deao shun's -,ictims. Idownwent to A...
CRUSHED OUT [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 14 November 1884
CRtUSHED OUT A so.MEWATr determined and dreadful little journal has recently been launched in Paris. The new paper rejoices in theall-significant titleofthe Anti-A nglais, and its raison d'c/re is fraught with the most terrible consequences to the British nation. The crimes of pe;fide Albion are set forth at great length by this late addition to French literature, an-I dilated upon at much greater length. After giving many grave and potent reasons why it should thus express itself, the Anti-Anylais exclaims, "It is high time that we Frenchmen,; whose ancestors have suffered so much from the English, should unite to wage a war upon them without truce or. mercy -a commercial and manufacturing was to begin with, a maritime war after wards, until after having driven the English from every part of the world where they are in our way, we shall ultimately chaistise them in their own den for the crimes they have committed with impunity during a long course of centuries. To work then ! Let a...
EUROA RAINFALL FOR YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 14 November 1884
EUROA RAINFALL FOlt YEAh. The following is a complete table of rainfall : Months. No.of days. Rainfall. January 0 3.00 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 September - 9 2.01 October 0 1.50 62 17.49 Total for same period last year. J 71 .22.22 Rainfall to end of August. Place No. of days Rainfall. Strathoiesbo' ,tanges 1 0 G 23.9 V'iolet Town 50 12.70 An inch represnits about a hun~dred tons per acre.
MARRAWEENY. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 14 November 1884
[riOen OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.] I am sorry I cannot'comply with your expressed wish'to send you a detaieile ac count of the crops in this district,` as I have no means ll f ascertaining the acreage. I may say that crops in general arelooking tolerably healthy. Oats are the principal crop in this district.; wheat however is looking better this: season than hereto fore, a natural consequence I suppose of the timber being killed, and the ground becoming pulverised and sweetoned every year. I regret to hear fronm nearly allU the sheopowners, complaints of a poor' per "centage of lambs. Some attribute this-to dogs, others to tiger cats, eagles aisd .crows. Some of the lambs not being killed, but pieces literally eaten out of their hind quarters. Poison I bclievoivas laid in plenty, and I believe with little effect, except perhaps to poison a few : in nocent canines. And here let me relate a witty: reniark I heard from a very irate individual the otbei.day. This individual in question (who...
EUROA POLICE COURT. Friday November 7th, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 14 November 1884
FrJiday iovLember ih, 1SS4. Before- Mr -Mc moriaclk 'P:M: and Messrs McGuinness and Birkett, J'sP. SWIHO'S THE OWNER.' P'F McCluskey proceeded' against ?_McKeniia fobi the illegal detention. of a ste-r . The plaintiff stated that on the :.rd of Oct ber he attended aMr J G Doughliary's sale and saw:in the yard a steer which he had lost somen months ago, and advertised it in the "Euroa Advertiser" (paper produced). - Mr. McKenna said le bought the steer along with a mob and on he(McCluskey asking McKenna to give up possession he refused. Mr McKenna informed the bench. that lie beoight the steer With a inob. An order wass raiie for the restor ation of the animal. Tuici"d1 , oorciibcr lfth, ,884. e?fore-'lessrs irikett, McGCminnss and Ma,3akrill .J'sT OBSTIIEPEIROUS.: 'J. Wiliams, a foreiglner, was brought .up on threerchlages;- insulting he :haviouo, obscene" lanhguic, and re sisting the police::- '. - I I t ppeared from atio:e idence of Constableks Or: aniid. Wi?ittaker that the mans ...
COMMERCIAL. LIVE STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 14 November 1884
c. CO-.MI ERC * .IL. , LIVE STOCK. Fat Cattle.--1450 were penned, prime sold from - £14 10s to £16 ; good sold from £11 Os to £12 0; second do sold from £8 10s to £10 s ; inferior do sold from £5 10 Prime pens of cows sold from £9 Os to £10 10s; good do sold from £7 Os to £;8 Os; middling and inferior £4 Os. Mr. J. Doughart.y reports having sold 11 bullocks for Mr. G. Barry, Moo.rlim, at prices averaging LS Os Od ; 10 for Gordon Bros., Euroa, at L7 12s Gd ; 90 store bullocks and cows :t Euroa at LU 15 SFa', Calves.'-300 were yarded. Prime .old at fronm 60s to 70s; good do from 40s to 45s; second from 25 to 30s; in ferior from 15s. Fat sheep.--The market was largely supplied, a great many being yarded, the bulk of which were of second to inferior quality, with only a small proportion of prime. The demand for ;best descriptions was brisk, and for :such fully last week's rates were miain .tained, but middling and inferior sorts 'were dull of sale, and prices ruled low. Very few crossbr...
LOCAL MARKETS [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 14 November 1884
LOCAL ?uARKLETS,'S The local mill reports: Whcat 3s 7d; feed oats 3s ; fowls wheat 3s. MIr C. L. 1)cbooa reports pries locally as follows. Fresh butter Gd to 7d Potted butter GCd. Egg., 9d Carcase park, under 1001b 4d. Fowls, 2s to Bs per pair. Ducks 3s per pair. Turkeys 5s to 10s per pair. Sheepskins 3d to 4 d. Hides 2d to 2' d. Kangaroo skins Id to Is: Id. Wallaby Gd, to 7d. Oppossum 25 Gd to 4s Gd. Loar 2s 6,4 J. F. llandbuiy and Co. report: hlutter (print), Gd to 7d per lb.; prine new cask, ld to 7d ; eggs, 9d honey, 31d to 44d per lb.;pigs 3d to41d turkeys, 5s to los per pair; fowls, 2s to s ; dutcks, 3s to 4s G; oppossium skins, Ps (Id to Gs. Mr D. A. Casement hay aml corn nmerchant, Euroa, reports: Bra u s 3d. Pollard s1 3d. hBest bay c:lff to £1103 lest straw do. to '3 Barley 4s per bush. Crushed 4s Gd Oats 3s 7d Crushed 4s. ld. Peas 4s 9d. 'Potatoes to Ss per cwt. Linseed 28s per cwt. Onions 21 per lb.
DAIRY PRODUCE, HIDES ETC [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 14 November 1884
DAIRYT PIODUCE. IIIDES ETC lcssrs. 1I'Kaiy and 3I'Donald repors a lars, quantity of produce to hand to day, which met -with brisk competition. :md sold at the following quotations: Cheese: Prime quality in good demand, .and sold at from G11. to 7?d. per lb. ; medium, Gd. to 7d. ; inferior from 5d. Potted Butter. Prime new make, G.'d. to 7d. pecr lb.; good old, Id. to Sd. per lb Flresh Butter Choice dairies up to 9td. medium, Sd. ; inferior. 7d. Eggs, from 10d. to 101d. per dozen. Bacon : Smoked Ilmus, 10d.; sides, 7d. to 8d; litches, 7.d; do., green, from 5ad. to Gd., according to quality; Honey, 5d. for good garden lots; baush, 3d. to 4d. Beeswax, gd. per lb. Larud. d. to Gd. per lb. Turkeys, from 12s. to 16s. per pair; ducks, 5s. to (s.; geese, to 10s. ; fowls, 4s. Gd. to 5s. Car case pork, dairy fed, Gd. per lb;
INSOLVENCY. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 14 November 1884
An esaruniation was hehl in the Insolvent Court on Tuesday last in the estate of lamnes Donovan, of Karramo emus, farmner and storekeeper. Tihe insolvent, who was enxamined by Mr raihami, on behalf of tihe trustee, said that at the time of sequestration he was carrying on business as a farmer and storekeeper. lie had been a famler about I' years, and a storekeeper about 4 months. His farm consisted of 203 acres of Icasehold land, ,0 acres of which he purelased from one John CasshCn, and 10,7 acres land also held under license, lHe denied that lie had any interest in any land leased by any one else, or that he had paid for any improvements on any land held under license or lease to any member of his family. Ilis son Patrick and Timothy held land underlicense from the Crown lie had not included the 107 acres in his scheduleaan -n asset. He speculated in cattle which he. depastured on his son's selections witlh the:r permission, payilg them nothing. His sons were in no way interested i...
LONGWOOD DRAMATIC ENTERTAINMENT. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER.) [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 14 November 1884
LONGWOOD DRA-MATIC ENTER-: TAINBMENT. (TO TILE EDITORI OF TILE ADVERITISER.) SIn,-In answer to your correspondlent of the 31st instlant, ill reference to the Longwood Dramatic EntatrtaiLnoct and its results, I wish your corrI:spondent to understand that a correct balance sheet was m1a:,e out and duly placed in the hands of the Building CoLLnittce of the Mechanics and Free Library by our worthy Sceretary, and likewise the sum of £30 the clear results of the perfhormance. Now sir, if your correspondnllt had only taken half the trouble with the building of the hall, as lie did in writiung thie in Sulting letter which appeared ill your valuable paper, lhe -would have known quite asmluchls the "knowing one" which he refers to. If your correspondent is one of the building comlnittee, Inore shame for him to cast a slur on myself or others who worked so hard for tih benefit of the town in which, do doult, your cor respondent dwells, or others do who took a pronlinent part. In conclusion I f...
STRATHBOGIE NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 14 November 1884
STI?RITHBOGIE NORTH. The weatheris all that can be desired for this, district, and should it continue there will be an abundant harvest. The growth of- grass has not been equalled.in this part for yeais. As an instance a farmerielmre has 180 sheep depasturing on 20 acres, and it seems to grow- faster than they can eat it down. I may state that the land was under crop last year, -and has been left out this season. Farmer's aro all pushing ahead with potatoe planting. The high price of them this season has given encouragement to" devote a little more land to their culture than has hitherto been done. We had- a flying visit from. Messrs. George and Williams, photographers of Euroa, lately. But owing to not having had aly intimation-of tleiriintended visit, we were all taken by surprise. 'And I certainly shoild suggest that a small dd vertisement in the local paper would well repay them before making visits into the country districts. The new 'Land Act seems to meet iith the wishes of s...
STRATHBOGIE. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 14 November 1884
(FRiLO. OUr. OWN Coi.uESIODiroNDcNS). In a previous issue I noticed that the correspondents of the various districts were asked to favor the public of the area of land under cultivation, average yield &e. I a:n sorry to say 1 an not yet able to furnish a report as the district is so very large, but will try and do so next week, but before dwelling on other topics 1 will give you a short account of the crops. They are looking very well shiac the rains-notably -Ir. Barber's, also sroie oats of ihr. T. lc!Phersou:'s look Ilourishing, and others again do not look as well, but taking them all through the crops look much better than expected. A severe accident happened to a farmer named W\illiam Wardale, residing in Str'athbogie, caused by his horse bolting, and therowing hivn out of his dray, and thereby inflicting bruises on his shoulders and arms. Shearing has commenced in real earnest, and at the sheds which I have visited the return of Wool issomething splendid which meIn?? a...
CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 14 November 1884
. COJRiBE;SPONDEXc]E. (Onr columns are open for the discussion of all questions which are not of a ec-t arian character. We wish it to be dl-tinctly understood, however, that we do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinionscxpressed by- our cot respondents All communications intended fr insertion must be addressed to the Edltor. and contain the name awl :ddreso of the writer as a guarautee of good f.iith, ED A."A:
FAIR PLAY. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER.) [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 14 November 1884
FAIR PLAY. (To T HE EDITOR O,' TE.? ADviERTIEn,.) Snm,-A remark or two may not bo out of place with reference;:t theoyerscs eln titled "' Moluloni~iby Iost Child;" which appeared in! youriassue ofitho 24th i inst. Now, Sir, the author of those verses re isdes in Arcadia;, and I think that J. M, Morgan hlas acted very, inmnlyby placing his name to the bottom of it. Does J. Mf. Morgan want to make the public believe thathe is imbued with such rhythmical tendenciesas to compose verses like that'; anid I thinkk it wvould be ihore manly for him to put his name to his own productions. Apologiselg for4trespassing so much on your valuable sipace.; . - e adniO yours1 etc4 A- rcadia, Oct. 2'th'l188i. ' :l .,,- i.l. I? -1' r ',.? ? :"
LONGWOOD MECHANICS. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER.) [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 14 November 1884
LONG WOOD MtECIIANTCS. (TO TIE EDITOR OF THE A.DvELrTISIE'l.) SIR, -In your issue of 31st ultimo ap pears a letter bearing the signature " One Interested" who makes certaiin strictures anent the man:agemennt of the entertail uellnt held in this township on the 5th .Sptelmber. 1 amn slightly at a loss as to his meaning as his phraseology is somewhat obscure, but gather that hle applies to you (!) for certain information regarding the pro ceeds derived from that entertainment. As lie has asked you forthe inforaltion, 1 will not presume to reply (though why lie does not apply to someone who wou::l lhe reasonably suppllsed to know s,omicthing of the latter mist remaliln a dark and in scrutable mystery) aiid will merely state the fact of the case (such trifles as " facts" being apparently beneath your corres poidents notice). With a view of augmenting the Building Funid of the " Celhaniies '" and Free Library, a few of the residents proposcd to get up ia draimatic perforimance etc., unde...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 14 November 1884
T~rTE WONDEr O1 TOIE WORLD HE ERMAN'S WORILD-ItfENOWNED S II EE P W A S H. AND Celebtated Vermin Destroyer: Thispreparmtion is okown throughout the civilised wori tu be far suolrior to anything vet discovered for lradicating Tic, Scab, or Lice, on Sheep, Goats, or Cattle. ltis s lilicient to say that uio Slilliog Paecket of Powder dissivved in two buckets of water will w asls ilghteell sheep. This admits tile most ecotomisal, as well as tile siliplest llh ill the world for thLe cure and prevention of disLases islidctial to farl stock. By its use te farmer clall secure tihe hIcalth of Iis stock at tile rate of Id per heId per l0lnum. In all larg slheep districts ill Australia, South America, anL Africa, ino other preparation is used. Lim Vrimin Destroyer is also illvahlble for tile spur poseaof the ISurticlturalist, and it is ilto cnxto - sivcly usd bythl Flower and L Kitchen Gardeler in urope, Amerios, and in the iritish possessions in all part-s of the globe. Ole Packet dissolved i...
THE SIMPLETON. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 14 November 1884
Thie nake-story close season is over, and already the country journals ale bet'inmng to hatch wosnderful narratives respecting the !,ilnitoui? " sn:uk."' The reptile that measurts eight feet from tip to til has ceased to excite :our w.:n.cr. ?e feel that we live in a growling and progressive country, and that it our march onward we carry the snake with us. The facts that snakc; are stretching in length year after year celaes to he narvellous when we re mitrullrr that it is nevcrchanging result of jiced natural law. I meay remaik en P,~aisSti that it must It, a lavw of :-cuethin the stote kind that is so general n its ipieration on elit.rs' conre.icltes. Not that thlsre's i1titch in couttlllnn itctw'cet c-litors anst snakes. I scorn to do even a vcenoous duntib aitnal, tlhat lan't got a leg of his own to staid: upon, an injustlc.. \oieover. the,: snake has prove.la valt:abe friecnd to the edit.r, for iwhomtn it has oftentimes dlue splhdmlid service, as, if it never served to olitt a ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 14 November 1884
BOOT SHOEMAKER, KIRKLAND-STREET, EUROA. Repairs Neatly executed at Shortest Kotice. : Workmanship and Material Guaranited. O E---T T O N. may be seen at Mr Tue1tt's Refreshment j Rooms every WEDNESDAY, where orders may be left any; tner during the ". week l v,:-r' 1MAR TI N'S GENUINE HIEMOPATHIOC MEDICINES. Tie following 12 most commonly used Medicines, TINC'URE8S O PILULES In a Carboard Case, and including DR. RUDDOCK'S WORK, "The Stepping Stone to IHommopathy and Health," may be obtained, price 1s., from I I.IARTIN & PLEASAOE (Late Martin & Co.), 85 COLLINS ST., EAST, MELBOUtJRNE. ACON. NAP. (Moonks/ood). Chiefly allects the circulatory syeteun, and is curative in all cases of Idflam mmatory, Cattarini, and Simple Fevers ; ifeverlslh Colds, Bronchitis, Chicken pox,. Croup, Me.asles, P'leurisy, (gout, liead-spots, Scarlatina, and Teethiug or lufalts; in IFace-ache, Neuralgia, and Congestion. 3BELLADONNf (Deadly iYight Sshade).--Afieets the brain and nerves j and is ...