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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 28 November 1884

s eis reW ,. A.v .WM AN, BOOT SHOEMAKER,, KIRKIAITD-STREET, EUROA. RepairsNeatly executed at Shortest Notice. : Wor.rmanshipand Material; Guaranteed.. SIOL E T .T O W N. 3 ae may be left any t•me -duing the :: +.. week:. . H01i (E0 P ATH' 4 MARTIN'S GENUINE CEMQOPATHIC O . MEDICINES.. - The following 12 most con?miolly' used Medicines, TINCI' RES OR--PILULES In a Carboard Case, and including DR. RUDDOCK'S WORK, "The Stepping Stone to HIommopathy and Health," may be obtained, price 12s., from' SIARTI& PLEASANOE (Late Martin & Co.),. .85 COLLINS ST., EAST" S MELBOURNE. " ACON. NAP. (i.lonkshood). Chiilly affects the circulatory syaticm, . and ii curativtQ all cases of lnMlaiu . mtory, Cattarhil, and Simple fevers; Feverisli Colds, Bronchitis, Chicken. pox, Croup, . leasnes, Pleurisy, Gout, Head-spots, Scarlatina, and Teething of a Infants; in Face-ache, Neuralgia, and l Congestion. d BELLADONNA- (Deadly Asight y shade).-Allects the brain and nerves; 0 and is recommende...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
STRATHBOGIE. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 28 November 1884

tji :roox ova own colutsEoS-DeNr.) Farmers were just beginning to join in with the general cry that if rain did not come that the prospects ot this district would be seriously cffected. But, ihos- b evei,: ibain has since come, and .notw I think thiit there should be no cause of fear for the approaching harvest, as far as this district is concerned. I noticed some time ago that .you-were calling on, correspon dents to give the acreage of the district, and probable yield. As far as Ih htvo been able to acertain the area under crop a will.bo.slightly under last year, as.a large number have been turning out land that has been cultivated for the last six years, the land having become so dirty with weeds ; and owing to the heavy expense attached to clearing new land, they have been unable to supply the place of land turned out this season. However, if looks go for anything 1 should say that the yield should be much better than last year. I might say that the best crop of wheat that I hav...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 28 November 1884

r_* - ACAUb.- To all' ior saituffering froin Ihe errors '. I and indiscretion, of,youth, nervous. eakness, early d :. dca loss of mnhiLood, &c. I will send a receipe that ,Ic.wll cure'yos, FREE OF CIIARGE. This' grat re. . le ly.as -discoverod by an. issionary in South - America. Send'i slcf-addressleifivlopie daid six r 1to prep y t :RevCt . Jos T.' hT Inmran ?aIcn~ D. Nc~v Cork City U.S;t urTiIE WONDEr ..OF,.THE. WOERLP. HE RMAN' S "WOLD'-IEOWSED SHEE P WA S H. AND " Celebtated Vermin Destroyer. Thislprelaration is known throughout the civillsed worlc tu le far superior to anything yet discovered for Eradicatlng Tie, Scab, or Lice, on Sicep, Goats, or Cattle. It i s uffrient to sy that une Sltilling I'necke of Powder ditsalved in two iuckiels of water will wash cibelghteen shep. Tills admrits the mostL, e.acvnaoll. as well a; tie silpl?at pta ill the world foer thl ctare and prevention of diseases incidetial to fmll stock. fly Its use the faruner tn secure te ihta tlllh of...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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VIOLET TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 28 November 1884

VIOLET TOWN. The recreation reserve has been closed in with a substantial three rail fence, and when the whole of it is cleared the Violet Town folks, will be able to boast of a recreation reserve almost second to none in the colony. One of thie children attending the State school narrowly escaped drowning on Wednesday, but luckily beyond a wetting and a fright is none the worse for the ducking. It appears that if the children wish to wash their hands they have to do so at: the creek as there is no convenience at the school. We draw MIr. Linard's attention to this want, in the hope that he will got the Government to attend to it. The final meeting of the committee of the late sports and convorsaziono was held at Lane's hotel on Wednesday evening, November the 19th. The bal ance-sheet was submitted. It showed a total receipt of £71, and an expenditure of £36 5s. for prizes and expenses, leaving a a balance of £34 18s. to be handed to the cricket club. Messrs. McKenzie and g Lane were...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HOW TO GET A WIFE WITH A FORTUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 28 November 1884

1HOW TO GET A WIFE WITH A FORTUNE. A young Frenchman, of fine family, though impoverished by the Revolu tion, aspiied to a po stinder Govern ment, to occupy which it whs necessary to furnish a certain sum to deiposit as security. Our hero could not obtain the requisite amount from his friends, and, at last, hit upon an expedient to Sput an easy had to the difficulty. Ho ci cused an. advertisement to appear in on'e of 'the jouninils as fillows:- "A young man occupying an honourable S.positioii, wishes to marry Ia lady well brought up; and possessed of two hun dred aud fifty fiancs." Two hundred and fifty francs ate but tin po"unds : and as there many womeni ii the world who would Ie...lhid to pu'rchase . young,ihaindsomie, and honourably con nected husband on-such . moderate terms, it was quite 'natural thiit the advertiser in the cohrse :oftlhree days, during whicli- lisi-notice appeared iin plublie,should have received marini letterv ind applicatiins. The'young man ad dressed, a no...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HERE AND THERE. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 28 November 1884

YERE -EANL? -i.-THERE: BY RAMBLEPR. - Another snake yarn is golng the rounds.. This time the snake belongs - to tl?e Warenambool district,- and one of the local papers tells the story as follows:-"An instance oif the suscep tibility of snakes to the influence of music was witnessed at the IHopkin's Falls on Monllay.. . picnic party were spending the day at this picturesque spot, and where seated on the grecns ward listening to the strains of a con cet tina played hby one of their number, when their attenition was suddenly attr.icted by the prcs.ece of a large snake, which was making its way quietly along the glass in thle direction of the musiciant. The music evidently fascinated the reptile, for it conitincud to comnle nle;irr thei solrce of the char'm io_ su inds till it was despatched." T'li is inot a had onei, by a lone chalk! We have had tile smake whose im niensilty reconumendled hinm, also the uiltra-,ois, nous snake, the snake that tumbloed into. the bosom of a man's .nderga...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 28 November 1884

FOR PAPER' : ',AGS, TEA PAPERS,:. STATIONERY, &c., TRY THE "ADVERTISER" Office. W. ALLEN, S I OLI'ET TO '. Seneral. Etolrekeeper, IIRONtI 0tG E H I[ts ale vi?, on litd fuTr .eal G•?RIOCEI{IES of all kindtl, 1 EST :Quo.1 L TY. ]Building materials, -', Brick i, L ement,. , :' 1Few ling wire, (helst brua ls.) SAcglt for t he NEW 'ZE L .LND LON ? \AND" MERC "LNTilr C ifI : iY?? CO' Cash . ..A \?ti'lnce iisade iit,inst - Gr 'iielourd ol. Agent for the Co, nulercisiul; Union Fire A% unarance u Societt. Melbourne, Agen t for thel "sUTUI L ASSUJRANCE SOCIETY OF VICTORIA. Agent for ,M'Cormnack Resaper and Twine . Binder, and other Agricultural Implements, including : DOBIE'S SEED SOWER, PETER BEY'S DOUBLE ACTION ; CIURNS, The most Labour Saving Churn Known. *Cash Buyer of all Farm Prod ERUIT TREES AT MELBOURNE PRICES, Os TuE SuHORTEsT NOTICE. -TILE MUTUAL ASSURANCE SO CIETY OF VICTORIA (LIMITED.) Head Office, 79 Little Collins street, West Melbourne. For Life Assuranteand Endowments....

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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DAIRY PRODUCE HIDES ETC [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 28 November 1884

' DAIRY PODUCE. HIDES ETC ihessrs. M'Kay and M'Douald roport a large quanutity of produco to handto - - day, which met irwith brisk competition. S nd sold. at thor follolvitig quotations: Cheese: Prime quality in good demand, and sold at from 7d. to 7ad. per lb. ; anedium, 6fd0 to 7d. ; inferior from 4d. Potted Butter. Prime new snake, 8d. to Gid; :pr lb. ; good old, Gd. to 7.d. per lb F?esh Butter Choice dairies up to 14Jd. anediA,2n13d.; ' inferior. ld. Eggs, from 12d. to 15d. per dozen. Bacon : Smoked hans, 9d.; sides, Sd. to 9d; ditches, 71d; do., green, from b5d. to Gd., according to q Quality; Honey, 5d. for goodgarden lots;. .bush, 3d; -to 4d.: Beeswcax, 9d. per lb. Lard, 5d. to Gd. per lb. Turkeys, from S3s to 20s. per p:dr; ducls, 5s. to Os.; g'ese, to 10s.,; fowls, 3s. Gd. to 4s. Car caiso pork,dd:ury fed, Gd. per lb,

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Advertiser PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. "MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 28th., 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 28 November 1884

PUBLISIIED EVERY .FRIDAY MORNING. ...?ODERATE,.BUT PROGRESSIVE .I:: ,FIDAY, cffUVEMB dStk, .Iz88& .We .desire to- remind- our-subscribers that tlie.third..quarto's subscriptidai for this paper is.notiy due;. We trust that those who ;can make it onvelierit, will settle at once,- as it is :a smrd thing.to: have to pay wages and other itemis every week,' when thero is no money coming in. frn 'a fiew weeks we purpose commencing Sseriesof articles entitled ''Our farms." It will. bie ourm special reporter's duty to visits, fromn time --to time, the principal farmins throughoo t the districts of -Euroa,o Violet--Town, and Longwood for the purpose of describing the country; inature of ; soil,' mode-: of -farming,'? and iother particulars.e? .T V have no doubt iut Ithat. our representfitive will bo assisted-in his .work by our friends te lio:farmers . 1 A haort timin' bickia feiv gontlenieii waited- R:on tl i:?!-°ivay, Commissioners Swith :t view toobtani? g ia ood, sidifr at Ilthels...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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HOSPITAL SUNDAY SERVICES (TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER.) [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 5 December 1884

HIOSPITAL SUNDAY SERVICES (TO TIE EDITOR OF TILE ADVERTISER.) Sir,- Weo have been deputed by the MIooroopna Hospital Board to appeal to the clergy3 of the large districts which the institution serves to lihve Hospital Sunday Services ; celebrated in" their. i :respective churches in aid of this noble charity. "'The good ,irork'tihe institution' is doing is becominig greater every year; and it is the board's earnest desire to. use cvery en deavor to cope .w ith this ever-increasing difficulty. In tlie Metropolitan and other districts alhandsoine sum is annually raised :by nieairs of Hospital Sunday, Services, for similar institutions ; and although laudable efforts havebee&n mir de bjyiiidivi dual clergymen on behalf of the local hos pital, it isthought that if a. united effort were made to make these. servides:general throtighloimt the district, a substantial sumn would anmiually accrue to thel too limited funds at tlIe Board's disposal. The geniralsymjiathy whichli lias cei...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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CORRESPONDENCE. FOOT BRIDGES. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER.) [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 5 December 1884

C 4IPREZE8 imF ON.E EtCE. FOOT BRIDGES. (TO TIHE EDITOR OF TiHE _.DVER?TISE.L) -Sii,--Will you permit me to say a few words in your valuable paper regarding the want of afow foot bridges over the creek. - The day of the last cricket match there was a respectable farmer returning home, and to make a short cut he crossed the railwa?,' bridge and being minus one eye, and one hand he slipped and sprained his ankle. His cries attracted the atten tion of a neighborinjg ldy and her son, they got him off the bridge just before the ten o'clock. train arrived, or it might have been worse. A man should not ]have to break by3e-laws. A foe days ago I was at the Shire hall, and I heard a wouin say that her little son fell into the creek coming from Mlr. Nceland's butcher's shop with bread and meat, he got a cold and was absent from school for a week. In St?athbogie there are a few.foot bridges for children to cross. I doent think they would cost much, they would be useful on sile days without int...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 5 December 1884

A~S.OCIiTIOG. STile usual quaterly social in connoection withl this society was held on iWednesday eveni? m;in the Temperance Hall. The audience, thliogh a thoroughly appreciative one, .was rather sparse; aid this is a matter for reodt since.the vocal'and instrumental features in the' prirail ine.weore certainly wortlh listening to' Tlio Rev. J. Weir, thoi6,Presidenlt; occupied the chair and: exmlained 'that tli monoey niade by the: present-l meeting, :iwouild "bo towards providing a .libiary for members of the Association-. Heoiegretted to see so ffew present, but was, not surprised,- as there were so manym conce:rts of iate, people were getting tired out. The first iteni 'oni the programme was an overture on' the piano by Miss Hart entitled "II Barbiere di Seviglia"' and was splendidly executed. " The Minute Gun" was the title of a duett sung, with good effect by Messrs Thorpe and Barraclough. " Home, they brought the Warrior Dead," nicely sung by Miss E. Ennis. The next item on t...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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BADDAGINNIE AND WARRENBAYNE. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 5 December 1884

BADDA(GIEVXIE AD' A dance in aid. of the 'funds of the Warrenbayne 'cricket' club was' liold at Warrenbayne on..Friday' evening, the- at tendance wvs not great, there being but forty or fifty persons present. This was attributable, to the inclement. state of the weather.' The comliittee. Messrs. Escrcet, James Wardle, Vaughan, and Cadrnsw, did their`uttmost to attend to the wants of the visitors,.who came from Rothesay Swanpool, Lima, and Boho. The provisions were supplied by Mr. Gregerson, of Benalla, and many compli ments were handed on the caterer for his splendid spread, to which it is needless to state justice was done. The duties of M.C. were performed by Messrs «ardle and Wall, alternately, and music was sup plied by Messrs. Moloney, of Lake Rowan, Escreet, and Welsh. Not till daylight did the " trippers of the light fantastic " give up their sport, when all dispersed to their various homes, many expressing the wish that a similar affair would be held. The profit will only be...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EUROA RAINFALL FOR YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 5 December 1884

EUROA..RAINFALL FOR YEAR. The following is a complete table 'of rainfall : Months: No.of days. IRainfall. January 6 3.06 . uFebruary i .32 March': - 4 1.10 April- . 1.01 May- 8- 2.53 June -"- 12 4.09 SJuly : 2.. ai .23 August I 04 S-September 9 - 201 October. 6 1.50 November 3 2 25 December .2 .32 Total for samel period list year.i:J j 77 25.31 Rainf'ill to end ofAug"s t. 1; Place' $ No of days Rainfall. Strathbogie . ~.Banges , ',,.:,5 ^r, r,23.98 'yiolet Town- 59 12.70 An inch represents.about a hundred F "jid 1 , 3, F;. . 'T, :

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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MOGLONEMBY JOTTINGS [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 5 December 1884

MOGLO~EIIBY JOTTI~GS "BY INCOG" We had a splendid downpour of rain on Friday the 21st ultimo accompanied with a fierce gale. This may not be news to many, but it will be news I daresay, to hear in common therewith that Mr James :Burden had erected his house 'in the wrong place. No doubt had Jim known some years ago what was to happen a fev days back, lie would have chosen some other site for his domicile; but the grim fact is, he didn't. He and a few harves ters gathered inside from the rain, were somewhat startled by suddenly observing the saddle-sheets, and a number of shingles take to themselves wings and make a hurried departure. Just at the moment a terrific sound burst upon the ear, and as soon as it was safe to go out without getting their "hair off" persons assembled there, looked out, and lo ! in numerable trees and branches wrenched off, and strewn over the ground. A per fect hurricane had passed through, and debris was lying all around. The blast was not of long duration,...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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THE LUNACY COMMISSION. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 5 December 1884

ý-TIHE LUNACY COMMISSTION. VTllETHIER it, b due to the " appetite for evidence" piasessed by lMr. Zox,; or0 sinliply to the circumstance that matters of flct hitherto hidden firom the puldie are being brought to light by investigan tion, it is certain that t he ititiiried of the: Lunacy Commission havo elicited some very grave .and startling statements" on the parts of parsons connected with our. public asylums; fuin thle insane. Charges' have been made d igauist the attendants, which, if substantiated, would go to show that the condition of things in: the.asylums:was excceedingly well calculated to keep theseunfortunate creatures i:onfined ttherein well up to a high; standard of madness, e nkl would also very clearly demoriostrate why the ti eatment of mental disease in mur' pblic institutions for the insane is. not atten ded with a degree of success anything like commnensurate with the cost of the Victorian system. Tloe allegations of systematic ciruelty made against certain of th...

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MARRAWEENEY. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 5 December 1884

(Fno. oRn Ows cORRESWPON?ENT). Our annual picnic in connection with the State school was held oeli ovember 7th, and proved a most pleasant and sociable affair. Miss Bain assisted by the ladies of the district exerted tlhemselves to make it a grand success, and I can as sure you it was a-credit tothe. district. I a.s resident feel proud of their success:. Wlhen. we consider that seven years ago this was the undisturbed home of the kangaroo and-wallaby;? iit a human being residing within eight miles. And now to look at the respectable well-dressed and apparently contented crowd of=younig and old enjoying themselves with numerous innocent games, surely it is not too much to say theLand 'Act has ddne'ogd in this district. I will not attempt a description of the good things provided by the ladies suflice to say. that .sandwiches, cakes, tarts, &c., were in' abundaice, and to spare. A-grand Chiistmas Tree vas pro vided for the children,' which f6roin their pleased and delighted lo...

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Serious Accident at Baddaginnie. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 5 December 1884

Seri ours Accssleat ast iBalda We learnt yestorday of a serious acci, dent at Baddaginnie: So'far as we could gather, it apPearsthatrfr :J. H: Dunlop of,. E3addagunmid.., accompanied :by , hi, namesake, the local,railway statiohnuaster and'the latter's son, a little boy. about sie years of hge, `were returnin" from ?Bcialli' jij a bug.,y 'drhirn by` tiso horses. j Wlihdi about 100 jaids'fr?i?h Dunlop's old store on the Melbourne road;, Mr. JP." Dundlop, ivho was driving,: 'as jerked Iout' of the buggy [,,with->, considemble ilforce. He ,pluckily.clung to the oreins, endeavbiirint& th stdp theiorses, which had takeirfright upo tfi?t "'drivei's lieiiig , thrown out;, in fact, it nwas'iiot'. until'lie wais istinned by liis'head coniing' in contac€t with 'one of the wheels that hlie relinquished his hold., 'ThIe horries getting theirheadl, bolted off with increased.speed, making for the yard at the rear of; the ,store.; Tearing along, the yard the buggy collided with a chaff ...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 5 December 1884

Death.   GASCOIGNE - On the 30th November, at Strathbogie, George Alexander     Gascoigne, infant son of G. A. and Margaret Gascoigne, aged six months and four, days.                        

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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AVENEL POLICE COURT. Friday, November 28. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 5 December 1884

AWEYIkEL 1POLICE CO'TUl¶. : 'rciy, Nieermnber .: The Cotrt of Petty Sessions at Avenel sat on the 28tli ultimo, is-hen i?Ir. McCormick, P.M., presided, and a num ber of the honorary justices also wcro in attendance. The adjourned cases' of Nicholson of Longwood, against Alexander McPherson, and of Mary Jane Sawj?er, v. L. Nicholson canme on for hearing. ?In the first nientioned, MIr. Nicholson' sied A. cPeI'hersou for the sumn of £13 7s. Gd. money which he alleged was due to him for board and lodging. MIr. McCarthy O'Leary of Bienalla, appeared for Nichol son, and Mr. ABbert Read of Melbourne for McPherson. Nicholson had cnganeed McPhelrson at a registry oflice in.'Mel bourne, to assist in his butcher's sholi in Longwood, the wages being agreed on" at 45s. per week. McPherson had cntered on the service, and worked for the .plain tiff, until a dispiute occurred, , which formed the subject of twot actions in the Avenel court sonle few weeks ago. IIn one of these actions, lMcPherson; h...

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