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GOORAM CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 5 December 1884

GOOA3001 COTCO3 T. Some montlis ago Mr. .Tames MIcKenzie of Gooram Station concewed the idea of holdings Sunday school in his place for the purpose of instructing the children of the various selectors around, the blessed truths of Divine Gospel, so that when .they became men and s omen they would hlve instilled into them precepts which would help them to live honest and up right lives. In this good work Mr. McKenzie has beei isuccessful, :aid as sisted ably by his wife and family has held a class every Sunday, which has been well attended:. Wishing to give the chil dren some prizes, it was decided to hold a concert for the purpose of raising funds for such purpose. The woolshed was kindly lent for the occasion, aiid on Tues day evening, the selected time, a large audience assembled to listen to what proved to be the most perfect and en joyable gathering that it has ever been; the privilege of a Gooram public to listen to. A woolshled-forsooths-why the phice looked more like a fairy ...

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

THE WONDER OF THE WORLD . . E RMAN S S.. \\WORlLD*RtENOWN'SED, , SIHEEP:W VAaH. Celeblated Vermin Destroyer. Thislroeparation is known throughout thie civilled worla to lie far stulrioir to a'thing yet discovered for Eradlcatleg Tie, Scab, or Liee, on Sheep, Coats. Or. Cattle. .. It is safliehat to tay that 'vne Shilling Packet of rowder disolvecd in twoIbucket of water will wasll eighteea sheep. Th admits aduitahe mlost economict, as well s:tto simplest plan in the world for tlhe cure. and prevention of disc?oes ilcidetial to form stock. aly iti.use the farmer ma sncur-te':hcelth of his stock at thernlte of d per hind per anlum.,: -, In alt largeshelep districts In 'Atstralta Sotth America; and Africa. ino ther preparation is aosd. Tihe Vemtin Destroyer is also invaloalate for the puir Intmcof tile herticlituralist, alnd it. is most cxtet nicely uscd by tile Flower and litcle, Gaordencr' in i urope. Almerica, and Ii the ritisih possessions in'all carts, of tie globe. One Packet dis...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 5 December 1884

BOOT-: SIIOEMAKEf, KIRK LAND-STREET, EUROA; Repairs Neatly executed at Shortest S Notice. Wormiuanship and avht rsal Guaanteed y'-i ,JEWELLER of.EURONA; niay be een at Mr Tuckett's Refreshment soeeoi"i., e E ordexe'may be left sany ti?me-duing. the-? i 1 &Tauvb P1.KT H`Y`` MART IN.' 'GENUINE HEMOPATHIC. The following13 most commonly used TINC'URES ::OR PILULES In a Carboard Case, and including DR. RUDDOCK'S WORK, " The Stepping Ston 'to Homcoopathy and Health," 'may be obtained, price 124., from i ALaTIN&PLEASAioCE (Lact. Mar inrn 1) (o , i. 85 COLLIS ,ST., EAST, MEtB UUIti\E. ACON. SNAP. (JLonks uod)! chielly aflects the .circulatory system; and 1 ieunrttiveu 1 all cases of LilitUln uiaitoruy, ttrurli i, and -iniplei.Ieeis revelin l? UolUs, :Bronchiiis, Uliicken pox, 'ruoup, ,eaies, L 1, risy,. Gout, liead-polds, &eiulatua, itud T?etluiiig u1" iulfau?s; in .iace-tithe, Neuralgi.a, mhd 3ELLADON A (Deadly .Night shadet.--Ateets the: bratu and neicrves; and is ...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CRICKET. EUROA V. BENALLA. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 5 December 1884

CRi IaCK.CET. EUROA V. BENALIA. Sbettirdication;of tlhe great in terest which the Benalla folks take in the competition for 'the Challeng Cup pre sented by the local Cricket Club, could have been gtventltan by the large number who'turned out: on the Bnalla ground to witness the Euroa try to defeat their "boys."-'T?Thffaiiie:-ezi g ed the ground ,in large numbers, adding quite a charm to the scene, andto a certaindegreestimu lating the players, who were of course anxious to show thleir lady friends that they, could play the noble game. The Benallabrass band were also in attendance and discoursed some sweet music all the afternooni: At; 12.30 the two bank managers;.:Pleasnts' (Euroa) and Carr (Benalla) tossed up for choice of innings, and fortune favoring the former he decided on going in first. ' beautiful turf wicket had been prepared, upon which a lot of care and trouble had evidently been' be stowed. So anxious were the Benallaites thit the wicket should be in good order thsat the...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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VIOLET TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 5 December 1884

IXOLET TOWN. A cricket match will.be. played here to morrow for the Nortlih-etern cup between our tsam- and .one from 'Benallau'. Tlhe following will represent Violet. Town. Sanderson, :n 'Shano, Homes,' Giogain, Daiis,sNeill, Boggs, Ga0nmie,Humphries, Underwood, and Hartsliorn, Emergencies :Miller, Alleyn, Gourlay, and Thomas. It is not often a wager causc so ,niuch excitement as did one made. the other night between 1Mr. T.I Hoskins 'of this town, and i.' WillishLittleitresideirt bf the 3endala shire, relative to" the weight of a bull, the property of the former. MIr. Hoskins considered that the bull weighed 700 lbs or over, and backed: his opinion to the extent of £10.-"A similar amouilt was staked by Mr. Little who held theanimal (lid not weigh 7001hs. Num crous side bets weremade, and on Monday evening, when the beast was killed, so as to decide the wager, there were over 50 persons present. The bull turned the scale at about 20lbs less than the 700, so that Mr. Willis Little w...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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HERE AND THERE [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 5 December 1884

IhERE AND TIHER E By rAMlnLER. " AE you an antiquarian, lMr. Ramb ler 1" s:1id a well-knolwn young -goentleman--to- me- the-other': ;day: as wrs-., were.. journeying by raill Without vwating for a reply_he pulled fri.fi li.Ls.coat ?ocket-a tin,tobacco hox, Swhiclt dn onopenriin disclse:l'one oftlhe best collections of coins I have ever ex:amined. -Thl'c represented the mroie tn'vy batrter of- mtany nations=--Russian,' Ain eriic Frenclh, Greek, Chiiiese and Joman.:.-'' \mong :the: latter .was a cople!'trtuille-in size. about. half that'of a fairthing-twilhicli my querist'?assured nu :..wans over.ac thousand years old, l .i" i itruck t, conumaetorate the flundling of the Roinman empire. Not w'ithstanding, its age the impress of the tiidditioutid. .fosteir-mother wolf to Romulus and Renmu ss s quite dis tinct. Many of the coins in tmy com pinion's colleection w,?.re: of silver, in the list being a silver Idnny piece and a silver twopence. The gathering of thmese h.:id ,taken a consider...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Advertiser PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. "MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5th., 1884. FARMER'S SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 5 December 1884

UiD; PirShED EVERY oFRDA iMORNINa. l ' MODERATE; BUT PROGRESSVE ^ R ' MER'S 'STIfiy A iEETiN 0 of eegates frm various agieoultural socielies ' inj: the cololny as held d, Kirk's Ba-zaar.: 'no Tiuesddayeeki todeliberateionthedques-e 'tin of' th derationi. of the same; i The proposal .was'mist~rgenerallyes iigreed. tand befori long it ics hoped in'the in-r terest of tiei agicltural progress 6f the community htlat it illy blie ani'cc i plished factc. his will not only :serve ure gnerallybutwill ten to awaken' a desire for superiority, to enl t h li ite bucolic s mimadr reelative'to sei rific farmingi,;, and Wtocreate. social!;' and p*aternal feeling amongst all interested in.tlihe rowth and developient, of the country. Tioquestion we now ask. :is liwhydo 'not the fiarmersof this,;and the. immediate siurronding 'distiicts ;Unite' to form a branch .'society, and, haive a 'voice, il a i questioni'it once so i useful; .and advisable. Districts less in extent andinferior in importance and r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 5 December 1884

wanted. W ANTED ;FILES of "tho "Eurooa Advertiser" from March 1st to 4th July. Apply "Advertiser" office, Euroa. TANTED CORRESPONDENTS in the country districts. Full par ticulars at this office. To Let. . ' TO LET for; a term 6f ;Six Months, 300 ACRES of Grazing Land, seven miles from Euroa, securely fenced and permanently watered. Apply, X.Y.Z., Post-office, Euroa. . For S al l.. uI : c W ASTE PAPER FOR SALE, Cheap. S : Advertiser Office . • . IL, S vADDLE and BRIDLE (English) for sale. . Apply Advertiser Office, Euroa. . . Lost etc. 4+ REWARD.-LOST a GOLD .- MEDAL, which certifies* that M. Donaghy obtained First Prize at the Melbourne Exhibition for the Manufac ture of Rope. The above reward will be paid to anyone leaving same at Mr.' CIIALLESGER'S , 'Euroa. TEN SHILLINGS. REWARD. LOST Grey: LMARE 'branded, GB on shoulder.. Any 'person returning her to Mr.: J. Gillespie, Faitlifuls Creek, will-receive the-above reward.d',!,:' ' • £1 reward will be paid to aiiy: one de livering her...

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COMMERCIAL LIVE STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 5 December 1884

LIVE STOCK. Fat .Cattle.- -1848: were penned, prime sold from £12 to £12, .tis; gobd sold' from ",10 Os to £11f 0;i ,,ound-do sold from ao. Us to ~s Os; inferior do sold from "£5. Prime pens of cows s1ld. from £8 ,Os to £10 2s Gd ; " good 'do sold fronm £G' 10sto"-£71lOs; umiddling and inferior £4 Os. Fat Calves.-275 were yarded. Prmne vi. e tn 1US ;eed igood i ofo :Ss to 45s: second firol ro to 0s ; :in ferior from 15s. Fat sheep.-TIe: market was largely .supplied, a great niany. being yarded, the bulk of which: were of second to inferior quality, -withl only a. small proportion of prime . The demand for best descriptions .'was briski, and for .sich fully last week's rates were main tained; but middling and inferior sorts were dull of sale, and p'ices ruled low. Sery leow crossbreds were penned. and with.: the exception of a. few shorn wethers, which, sold at' from 12s. td. to 14s Od, none were prime. Best in the 'wool,.seld at froni 14s. Gd. to 17s. Gd.; .others,. from 9s: Prime m...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 5 December 1884

FOR PAPER .BAGS,. S'E PAPERS, : ,STATIONERY, &c., "AiDVURTISER"; Office. y.T ALLEN.,5 Vý OL ii T -T, 0 1 General;. torcr eoper, I RONNONERý liii,; IiW:I on hand tid fra,: G1U)CFPIES' i l':{!k ii of dES l ký:Ind T *Iluihi a," in-.tarii1', * Janirk . 1' .aa'aaa- r are- (.aust braa Is.) NI T ,i . aIs (a1.l;. r L'\" A I) MITCiC'N1ILE. \OFNCIT CO . C: II \d.,tc IVa i iiaŽ' aasnda3 i. ii 1 Va junnlltt ile Commie i ial;iirl : uinloi i lre? Meclbourne,. :gent fora the MijTUA'. ASSUIRANCE SOCIETY 01 VICTORIA. 'Agent for 3 'C'rmack lIeauper aund Tw ine Binder, arnd other Augricultural lupleanena', including ;DOIJIE'S S3EED SOWEIR, PETER113X 'S D)OUBLE ACTION Tihe most Labour Saving Churn Ioonown. Casha Buyer of all ranr 1 rod FR1UIt' TREES AT -MELBOULRNE 0'. Tlnaa StiotTearT NIOTICE. MUTUAL ASSURANCE SO . CIETY OF VICTORIA (LIMITrE.) .I?ead Office, 79. Little Collius ': treet, Wo.t Melbourne. For.Life Assuranekeiud Endowments. 1 olicy II lders Diride the I'rofit. lblit lFtj?l..4 Mr Tr...

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LOCAL MARKETS [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 5 December 1884

ILOCAL MARKETS The local mill reports: Wheat 3s 7d; :-.ed, oats 3s fowls wheat 3s. •Mr C. L. Deboos reports prices .loedly as follows. Fresh butter,7Ad to 8d :Ptted butter id to Sd. "Crcase pork, under 1001b 4d. Fowls, 2s to .3s per pair. Ducks 3s per pair. Turkeys.5s tQo10s per.pair. `--Sheepskins 8d ?to 4d;;" Hides 2d to 2ld. - +lKangaroo skins 9d to 1s. Id.-. "Wallaby Gd. to 7d. Oppossum 2s Gd to 4s Gd. Wtttle '? rt.-t zto E 'per ton. y, `nti e.¥?:n,. (prnt')-, t°- 700.';" 0. - per lbý " prime:newichsk, 7d to Sd; eggs, lld b honey, 3-d to 44d per lb.;pigs 3d to 4.d turkeys, is to los per pair ; fowls, 2)s to' 3s; ducks, 3s to ..4s 6; oppossunm skins, 2s 6d to 6s. ~ir D. ,A. Casement hay and corn mechant, uroa,,reports: -Bra'nls'3d : -. Pollard ls 3d. .Best Ihay chaff to £4 10s -Best straw do. to £3 Barley 4s per busa. Crushed'4s Gd Oats4s Od Cruslied 4s. 3d. :Peai 4 Od. r Potaties to 9s6Gd per cwt.: Liiseed 28s per cwt. Onions 2k per lb.

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DAIRY PRODUCE, HIDES ETC [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 5 December 1884

DAIRY PRODUCE. HIDES ETC Mlessrs. M'Kay and M'Donald. report .? large quantity of produce to hand to .day, which met with brisk competition. and sold at the' following quotations: Cheese: Prime qual-ity in good demand, .and sold at from 7d. to 7jd. per lb. ; "nedium, WGd. to 7d. ; inferior from 4d. Potted Butter. Primne sew make, Sd. to ).1d. per lb. ; good old, Gd. to 7id. per lb 'Fesh Butter Choice Ldairies up to 14Jd. medium, 13d.; inferior. lld. : Eggs, from 12d. to 15d. per dozen. Bacon: Smoked hams, 9d.; sides, Sd. to 9d; flitches, 71d; do., green, from 5.d. to Gd., according to quality; Honey, 5d. for good garden lots; bush; 3d. to 4d. _Beeswax, 9d. per lb. Lard, Sd. to Gd. per lb. Turkeys, from 18s. to 20s. per pair;,ducks, 5s: to Os.; geese, to '10s. ; fowls, 3s. Gd. to 4s. Car .-case pork, dairy fed, Gd. per lb, '

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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VICTORIAN LIGHTHOUSES AND ELECTRIC LIGHTING. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 12 December 1884

:VICTORIAN" LIGHTHOUSEI8= SN IELECTRIC LIGII?'ING. S. GLANCE it the Victorian chart shows that the co"st of this colony is fiirly well studded with warning, beacons for tl:e guidancce of mariners, and the systeml willlbe regarded as practically complete,? at all events for ia long tine to come, when lighthouses hliave bee constrncted •t " Cape Everard, Cape: Lilptrap, and Split. Point.. It :Was until recently lhought probable tlh?t the lighthonses would cla: long be illumined by means. iof i lectricity. lndeed, tile matt:-r: l.s had the consideration of the aithlrities, the question hiviing arisen in connexioin with thle lighthooues crected irn tihe pst. t:w ygars. It 'Vas lpointedt out at that time, however, that in the existiing e. i - dition of electrical science, the adoptionl of electricity wouhld lie neither more ;or les than ii costly experimenit.;, whih.l might or might not .Io suee ies'" I be.nhi-e it was not simply at que.-ti.)it a o the l .-iitability of the inw illiutiiq...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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STRIKES. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 12 December 1884

STRIK ES. THE present unfortunate strike of the booainakers allbrds a fitting oppo, tunity to con.sider the whole question of those periolic conllic's bItwc.en tlhose wiho sell and thise). who purclhase labor. into the iiiat.tr now at issue it is not our purpose- to enter Iecallse the tillle is not opportune, ast iL is more th111: probable that an early settlement will shortly le arrived at on a basis satis factory to both parties. 3Sor do we just now wish to touch the question of wages, or the form of labour designated the ; "sweating systenm" Thlese are things outside our present. object; however important they may be in themselves, and however influential they may be in creating ruptures be tween capital and labour. We wish rather to point out how desirable and necessary it is to try and prevent the disputes between employers and em ployees, culminating in those irritating and disastrous strokes which engender bitterness, and involve such lots and sulltting on all concerned. Some...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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EUROA RAINFALL FOR YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 12 December 1884

EUiiOA RAINFALL FORI YEA. The. following is a complete table of rainfall : t1Ionths. No.of da s. Rainfall: Jlanuary 3.o06 February 4 .32 March -4 1.10 April 2 1.01 ay.. :. 8 2.53 ?June 12 4.09 July 2 .23 August 9 1.64 September 9 " 2.01 October 6 L50 No6Vcmber 3 2 25 December 2 .32 69 20.40 Total ,for esam piriod last .ear. 77 25 .31 Rai fall to end of November: Place No. of days lRainfdll Strathbogie Ranges f G, 5 23.98 A n olet Town nt5 a 1, 4 nr78 An inuch represents:aboub, a hundred tonisiper a cre -

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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EUROA POST OFFICE. Departure of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 12 December 1884

EUROA POST OFFICE. icsDesanrtuare of iH ilsa.a. .:M3LMLS close at the Euroa Post Office as follows: For Gooram, Merton, Doon,. Bain dample, and Mansfield at 9.40 a.m. daily, Sundays excepted. For Jamieson, Tuesdays, Thursdays, aud Saturdays, at 10.40 a.m. For Miopoll, Miepoll South (loose bag), and Karrnunomus, South Motidays, W'ed nesdisys and Fridays, at 11 a.mu.. For Shcan's Creek (loose bag), Strath bogie, and Strathbogie West (lopse bag). on Wednesdays iand Saturdays, at 11 a.m. For Balmatturn, Mondays, WVednes days, and Fridays, at 11 a.m. For Moglonemiby; Thursdays, at 7.30 p.nm. SFor Melbourno up and' dowri train; daily at 9.40 .m. .. For Melbourne up and down trains, daily, at 5.30p.m. A errival I of t~ails Mi\rs arrive at the,Euroa Post .Office as follows : From Gooram, Merton, Doon, Mainl dample and Muansfield, at 5.20 p..m., Sun days excepted. From Jamieson, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and S ?turdays, at 5O p.m. ~ .? Fresi M'iepoll" MIiepoll Southt;" KPary nraionus Southl,: on ...

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BENALLALAND BOARD [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 12 December 1884

J.E0ALLA. LLAND7 JROAR3iD Messrs. Hayes and Dunn, land officers presided at the Benalla court on Tuesday and dealt with the following appli caitioIns : IECOMiENYDED. M:uy II:anone, B:hl:attuln, 100a Andrew Mitchell, Boho, 225a - \illiam T. W. Samnbell, Boho, OSa William A Hart, Boho, 320a Charles Barton, Euroa, S0a George Williams, Gowangardie, 93a Richard Pethybridge, Gowmangardie, 320t (for 160 acres) Ja:ues Kerrigal, Gowangardie, 200a (for 160 acres) Blanche A Herbert, Gowangardie. 16iO Alexander Ralston, lIoglonemby, 182a (subject to payment of. valuation for' inm provenmonts) Andrew Monti, Upotipotpon' 169 ' Wm Vaughan, jun, Varrenbayne, 254a Win. Vaughan, jun., Warrenbayne, GGa rOSTPO-rED Ernest Schultz, \arrenbayne, 320a Bridget Borke, Gowangardie, 320a Henry Wall, Gowangardie, 320a Thomas Lane Kennan, Gowangardic, 242a James Russell, Gowangardie, 160a .John Jones, Gowangardie, 1O0a Grace B. Beggs, Bogloneumby, 180a Henry Purchase, loglonemnby, 82a James Burden, MIoglolnenby,...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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EUROA SHIRE COUNCIL. Wednesday, December 10. Present: Councillors Gibson, (President), Birkett, Grattan, Hehir, Croshie, Duncan, Neelands, McGuinness, and Graham. ANNUAL MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 12 December 1884

I. EV1to A i4 RJII ()E U COUN CIL. lednesday, Decemsber 10. Present : Councillors Gibson, (President), Birkett, Grattan, I-elhir, Croshie, FlDuncan, ieelands, MocGuinness, and Grauunham. ANNUAL MEETING. The Auditors reported as follows : " At the close of our imaking the annual audit of the books of your Shire for the financial year ending 30th Sep teombr, we have the honor to call your attention to a foew matters which we con sider deserve your earnest consideration. It is highly important that a strong effort should be made to reduce the arrears of rates, and we fully, endorse the action of the Council about to be taken to recover the outstanding accounits, most. assuredly unless this is done your financial positioni will be in a worse state twelve nionths hence than it is at present. The secretary havingadopted thesystem of only two receipt books in use at one time, one of which is for office purposes, the other being in the hands of the rate collector, as one of the safe-guards ...

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LONGWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 12 December 1884

(FRno oRi own' CORRESPOnKIT . The new Mechanic'' Institute will be opencd to day; by Messrs. fall inh Grahami, 2 A. i the evening the members :of 'th Loiivood? Amateu Dramttic C lub 'ivill give a dramatic per: formasfnce entitled "'The Robberis Wifoe! ehidch mmillbe follol ed by.the side split tiing fai?ed '::iT Slini Jim.: . The: evening? bntertaiinnmiont m'ill conthid&os ivitl i i gr'md ball 0 ~t'~ ?i'~iJM

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COMMERCIAL LIVE STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 12 December 1884

LIVE STOCK. Fat Cattle.-1115 were penned, prime . sold from £19 to £l4 5s; good sold from £10 Os to £11 0; second do sold fromn £8 Os to £) Us; inferior do sold from £5. Prime pens of ".cows sold from £8 Os to £9 's Gd ; good do sold from £6 10s to £7 10s; aniddlnig and inferior £4 Os. Fat Calves.-100 were yarded. Prime sild at fromn 60s to 80s ; good do from 40s to 50s; second from 25 to 35s; in ferior from las. 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 priume. The demand for best descriptions was brisk, and for such fully last week's rates were main tained, but middling and inferior sorts Were dull of sale, and prices ruled low. Very few crossbreds were penned. and with the exception of a few shorn wethers, which sold at from 12s. Gd. to 14s Od, none were prime. Best in the wool, sold at from 14s. Gd. to 1Os. Gd.; others, from 'is. Prime merino wethers, in the wool, ...

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