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LOCAL MARKETS [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 12 December 1884

LOCAL MAILRIiETS The locnl mill reports: Wheat 3s 7d; feed oats 3s ; fowls wheat 3s. MIr C. L. Deboos reports prices locally as follows.--: Fresh buttcer7Ad to Sid Potted butter 7d to Sd. lEgg., lld. Carcase pork, under 100lb -Id. Fowls; 2s to 3s per pair. Ducks 3s per pair. Turkels s to l10s per pair. Sheepskins 3d. to -id. Ilides 2d to 21d. Kangaroo skins 9d to Is. Id. .A.allaby?Gd. to 7d1. Oppossum 2s Gd to Is Gd. Bear 2s G( Wattle Bark, £2 to £G per ton. J. E. -Iaidbury and Co. report : :ntter (priit), 7d to 8d per lb. prime new cask, 7.d to 4d ; eggs, lid honev, 33d to 4-d per lb.pigs ;:dto4 ,d turkeys, 5s to 10s per pair fowls; 2s to ,s; ducks, 3s to 4s G; oppossum skinis, 2s Gd to Gs. Mr D. A. Casement hay and. corn anerehant, Euron, reports: IBranh s 3d. Pollard 1s 3d. Best hay chanif to £t103 Best straw do. to £3 Barley 4s per buss. Crushed 4s Oi1 Oats s Od Crushed 4s. 3d. Peas 4s 9d. Potatoes to Os Gd per cwf. Lisreed 2Ss per cwt. Onions 2.- per lb.

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DAIRY PRODUCE HIDES ETC [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 12 December 1884

DIAIRY PRODUCE. HI)DES ETC 3lessrs. I'Kay and PI'Donald report a large quantity of produce to hand to day, which met with brisk competition. Sand sold at the following quotations: Cheese: Prime quality in good demand, and sold at from 6d. to 7d. per lb. ; medium, 5.d. to ld. ; inferior from 4d. Potted Butter. Prime new make, Sd. to 1.Ad. per lb. ; good old, 6d. to 74d. per 1l Fresh Butter Choice dairies up to 10?d. imedium, 10d.; inferior. l9d. Eggs, front 12d. to 134. per dozen. Bacon : Smoked lamus, lld.; sides, Sd. to fd; ilitches, 7.d; do., green, from Bid.:to ld., according to quality; Honey, 5.-d. for good garden lots; bush, Pd. to 4d. Beeswax, lid. per lb. Lard, 5d. to Wd. per lb. Turkeys, from 14s. to 18s. per pair; ducks, 5s. to C(s.; geese, to 10s. ; fowls, 3s. Gd., to 4s. Car case pork, dairy fed, lid. per lb,

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
STRATHBOGIE. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 12 December 1884

STiiATIIBOG E. The forthcoming races which are to take place at Stnathbogie on Boxing Day are causing a considerable amount of interest, and consequently the likely looking hacks are improving in condition. It is to be hoped that the place where the accidents occurred last year has been improved upon, otherwise some of the jockeys will be chary of riding. The crops in Stiatlibogie have improved wonderfully of late, owing no doubt, to the recent rains. 1Notably those which have been sown on new ground. The area of'land under cultivation this year exceeds any of the previous year. As we all know there are about 200 selectors in Strathbogie some cropping more "than others, but taking the average, 25 acres would be a fair estimate. Oats slightly I)roponderating. The probable yield will be about 15 bushels to the acre of wheat and 24 bushels of oats. The Strathbogie roads are in a disgrace ful condition. A piece from Gibbs corner to the old saw mill site wants attending' to imnunediately...

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

V'IOLETi TOWN. Messrs. McCormnick, P.I., and Crackcr and Linard, J's.P., sat as Licensing Mnagis trates on Tiesady: - Six publicafs liccsnes were renewed,:. and: three billiard-table licenses. -An application by MIr. A. C. Tuckett for a colonial wine license was granted. There wore no opposition to any of the applications.-One inebriate was nmulcted in the fiue of 5s.s with costs, and H. Lehmain was fined 40s. and costs" for cruelty to a horse. The Bench severely cautioned Lelnnain.-In a debt case Carter .-. Miller, an order was given for the amount with 5s. costs. - In our. advertising columns Mrs. Un derwood invites tenders for.the.building of a brick hotel which she intends to have erected in Cowslip-street. BENA2LLA V. VIOLET TOWN. The return match between these clubs for the flenalla Challenge Cup was played last Saturday on the Violet Town ground. The visitors took down a strong team, the V'iolettownites also being well represented by their full strength. At half-past two Neil...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WARRENBAYNE V. BADDAGINNIE [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 12 December 1884

WNARRENBAYNE V. BADDAGINNIE This match was played on Saturday, on the ground of the former, and resulted in a very easy win for the visitors, who scored 72 to 3 and 36. Messrs. Vaughan and Beggs were the respective captains. This was the first match the Warrenbayne club have played, and certainly they have not made a good bcginning, but never mind Warrenbayncitcs, keep up your courage, remember the old saying " Small beginnings make great endings and on Saturday week when'you play the return match go in with :i strong determination to win, and you will doubtless be suc cessful.

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GOORAM ROAD. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER.) [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 12 December 1884

GOOIRAM ROAD. (TO TIIE EDITOR OF TIHE ADVERTISER.) SI-,-Bcing a frequent traveller on the Mansfield road 1beg throughlthe medium of your columns to draw the attention of the Eurom Shire Councillors to the dan gerous and altogether disgraceful state of the road between Euroa and Goramn. I am well aware sir, that the shire is cotn paratively speaking in its infancy, and that all things cannot be perfornedat once. lBut I think if those individuals who are placed in power by the ratepayers to at tend to the-interests of the shire were to repair those portions of the road which are dangerous to life and limb, instead of decorating the main thoroughfare of the town, they would prove their elticiency to retain that power. A few pounds laid nut in repairs upon this road, might save a good Illany pounds in lunllccessary expense in defending an action for damages. Per baps when someone is killed or a1n aeci dent happens the necessary repairs will be effected. A pannel or two of fencing would ...

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

COIfInESPO1irENCaE. (Our columns are open for the discussion of all questions which are not of a sFctarian character. We wish it to be distinctly understood, however, that we do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinions expressed by our colrespondents All communications intended for insertion must be addressed to the Editor, and contain the name anul address of the writer as a guarantee of good faith, ED "A."

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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EUROA POLICE COURT. Friday, 5th December. (Before Messrs. M'Cormick, P.M., and M'Guiness, M'Kenna, and Gibson, J's.P.). SUNDAY TRADING. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 12 December 1884

EUROA POLICE COURT. Friday, 5th December. (Before Messrs. M'Cormick, P.M., and Ml'Guiness, M'Kenna, and Gibson, J's.P.). SUoDAY TRADING. Police v. Samuel Stevens, charged with Sunday trading, on Sunday the 16th of November, 1SSI. The defend:uit pleaded guilty. Constable Orr stated that lie had occasion to go to Miepoll and arrest a man for a disturbance on the morning of the 16th ultimo, and found two men who had been drinking there, but were not on the premises. It was the first time the defen dant had been brought before the court for a breach of the Licensing Act. Fined 20s., and 12s. Gd. costs. CUTTING DAliK ON CInOOW L\NDTS. Frederick and \ illiam Wignell were charged with removing bark from Crown Lands without a license on the 2-tih of _November. Constable Whittaker deposed that he found the defendants in the act of strippingbark from a tree on Crown Lands. He had no malp to prove the place was Crown Lands. Thomas Lake for the de fence deposed to having given the defen dants p...

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

VALUABLE TRUTHS. " If you re suffering from poor health *or langeishing on a bed of slcktrcs, 'take cheer, ori HOP BITTERS WILL CURE YOU. " If you aresimply ailing, if you feel weak and dispirited, without clearly 'knowing why, HOP BITTERS WILL REVIVE YOU S Irjon are a linisler, and have over 'taxed youseli with your pastoral dulties, or a Mother, worn out with care 'and work, HOP BITTERS WILL RELTORE YOU " If you are a man of business, or 'lItieo r weakelled by the strain of 'your every-day duties. or a imai if let ters, toiling over 'your midnight work HOP BITTERS WILL STRENGTHEN YOU. " If you are suffering from over eating ordriiikiiig, ay indiscretion or dissi Spation or are young and growing too asut, Is s ofell tlhe case, i HOP BITTERS WILL RELIEVE YOU. " If vli are iln tie workshop, on tile f,rli.uat the deak, anywhere, and fuel tlat your ysstem nscds cleanoihi;, ton ing, or stimulating, without iutoxicat ing HOP BITTERS IS WHAT YOU NEED. "Ifydoare old, and your blood thin an...

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

TI/F' SIJTMPJLETONV.- TELEG(RAIMS frim London'aninounce that iMr. Gladstone and Ltrd Salisbuty have come. iC o aij' Unde'rstanding: respecting a scheme for the redistribntion of seats in the House of- Commons. The dillie'lties crea.ted between the two IHfllss by the Eltuichise.Bill are there fitre surniiiuntcd. The spirit of com iprollseli;is ire?nailed, and the Franclhised Bill, to ;c*c her wit.li ac con cltive ineasl re ,Xf lz: ii.z-triblion will become law. Ill Vuti:,i.i-whir we elily so i.any eleco tor:l inlva:;-igr , w-c ec:n:it but feel g:lfi.- ;,t ti. iprosjpec"t o!' two i lio:.s of orir 'con l.try'iiin, who Ii-c: n* t hi'ihlrto eij'itye votin inivil,.-is, beio placed on tihe roils of tl . io . uiIdillol to exerc'iso.e thl saull'igt of Creat ;:itiin. The iprinciple of. se:ll-goverlment is sdovl y but sillly ,idreniig its circl:t of operativeness in the od ltmld, anmd menll, lttlier th.inr t.;i, pl;i< .s-ri s,:i - t men arli b ic 1 m1110re ,V .en urally :ccogni l,.d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 12 December 1884

ANTED a SERVANT .apply at the . Parsonage Euroa. -, W- AiNTED FILES:obf tho "Euroa i Advertiser"i froin Mfrcli 1st to 4tli Jily. Apply " A?ortiser" oilice, Euroa. T 'rANTED CORRESPONDENTS in the couitry districts. Full par ticulars at this office:. i :S i E D.LOSTi ;t GOLD :n etEDAI,' oliicl. .tcortifie :tllat M..; Donaghy! obtained First 'Prie'lt 'the, AMlbourne Exhibition for th -Mainufac ture of: Rope.. :Tile. above reward iill be paid ,t. anyonoL .laving, sain.at M 0CHAsLuNGER'SEuroi, tera. l ", T- OST on Sunday, Decembier 7thi a 'ey S.)iCOLT (norioboen)lbrindcd:(T,<t seon in Cluskey': paddock.:. Finder re warded on *giving . imfoiation to P. F. McOLUSKEY; Euroa, or H. HASSETT, Arcadia. - j* i'i f Hi 1Is. REW AD wiilb;'ipid to anyone giving .such liformation as,will lead tb the RECOVERY of a new "SADDLE lhidlirdwas. talien frliinimyhorse wliilbs stindin'gms?so"d)? S ;- "lee and Ogilby's yards MonRiy 7"[ / (}^ tratl"ibogie,) To Let. 1O IET, for a term of Six Months, 30...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 12 December 1884

LBOOT .... KIRI LAND-STREET, EUROA.: Repairs Keatly executed at Shortcest K"otice. 1w6rkmanship and Material Guaranteed. VT OLET TO 0W T. And JEWELLER of EUROA, may be seen at Mr Tru&ett's Refreslhment Rooms., every 'VEDNESDAY, ?. where orders may be left any timne during the GENUINE ICEMOPATIIC The following 12 most commonlj s:sed S Medicines, TIiCYUR nES l- i.i ." LULES In a Carboard Case, and including DR.. RUDDOCK'i WORK, "The Stepping Stone to iloinmopathy and Health," may be obtained, price 12s., from MARTIN & PLEASANCE (La;cd Mlartin . C-o.), 85 COLLINS ST., EAST, ACON. - NAP. (ilonkshood).- C.hiely affects tile circultoury system, and 14 curative ill all cases it ilaitin inatory, Cattarhal, and 8iunple levers; lfeve?islh Uuldt, lironchitls, Chuicken pSOX Crouj, U A teases, Pleurisy, Gout, I lead-spots, Mearlattlia, alnd lTeethuLsg o1 i !guts; 111 lace-ache, .eurnilagia, and Suiigestiou. 1J3JLLAV.DOUNNA (Deadly iViydL shade).-A-.hects the buall, and nerves and...

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The Advertiser PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. "MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12th., 1884. EUROA AGRICULTURAL SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 12 December 1884

PUBLISIrD EVERY FRIDAY MORAI2DG. " MODERATE. BUT PROGIRESSIVE." FIDAY, D.iCEMBEIR 12ith., 1884. EUROA AGRICULTURAL. ,'iur Shilre of which..the. township of Euroa is the :centre is .akinrig such rapid strides towards prosperity that it belioves its residents to look after its interests, and in no way to be liehind aiy of the surrot?iiling shires: In our iiidst are. now held some of the: finest cattlesales in the Icolony, and the laige hlorse smlei:! held on Mrilonday tends' to slhow tlit' we will also:be able to es tablisht a marketfor..lhorses'. These; two things are in themselves enough. to show tlhat thiis shire is rapidly advanc ing. Oiur object in-writing:,the ab;eo remarks is to uggesta:.the -resideints the ;advisability of talking' so?e steps towaids lioldin, a show- here during nesxtyear. The success whicl attended tlhe ones held. at Benialla, Seymour,. eoqioroopna, and Tatura =-encourages us to think that if- such .were held here it youtd ai?iuiinqualified success. At the sh...

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Evils of Smoking [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 12 December 1884

E 'il'A ofn-okiiin The Toronto Glore says :--"Tinio was, and not so long( gone by, whien few but the middle-agcd and the old made use of tobacco. Now, very young boys are in veterate smokers. Teachers have testi fiedthat they have never found any ,of their pupils given to this indulgence risi?g from mediocrity. Their physical ener gies have been relaxed, and their mcntal powers stupefied. AWe will not say with William Chambers, that the farmer who smokes is always hast in getting in his crops, and the merchant is always making some slip which, spoils his" venture. But it may.be said with safety .that the boy who is great on cigars, or who precociously mounts 'a clayo will never be worth much. In Germany the Government has become anxious about the injurious effects of tobacco on thie hysiqie of the soldiers in coming days, and in order to rectify in some imeasure the evil, has ordered the police to arrest all under sixteen found smoking on the streets, and to have them punilshed by l...

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

COPRESPONDENCE. r .Letters outward were read and adopted :anidthg followving inward received. From Secretary for Lands with refer ence to Mr. Daldy fencing off the reserve along the creek.-Received. From same with reference to deviation of road through Edward Nugenlt's selec tio n .- R eceii 'ed.. ... -. ' ' r ," .. From Government Statist. iiforming Council that the time would soon arrive for collecting the Agricultural, Educa tional and Industrial statistics for the year 1884-5, and expressing a wish that a sufli cient number of collectors should be ap poiited so as to ensure the whole of the returns being lodged by 1st March.-nRe ceived. .. From Deputy Post Master General stating tlhat tie communication in refer ence- to the inadequate accommodation provided, at the post-oflice for writing telegrams bad been referred to the Public Works department for report.-Received. From the Shire of Shepparton,. Mans field, and Goulburn stating that they had decided to take no action in the m...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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CRICKET. EUROA V. STRATHBOGIE. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 12 December 1884

EUROA V. STrtATIIBOGIE. The return match betwceen the above clubs took place on Saturday on the ground of the former, and resulted in anll easy will for the locals, who it may be mentioned were weakened by the absence of several good players. The. following are the scores : Eun:oA.-First Innings., Plcaseuts b W. Enmmett ... 5 Wecir b E. Emmett ... ... ' Davenport b Marsh ... ... 3 Barr b Marsh ... .......... 3 Larrett 1 b w b Gundry .. 7 Neale c Emmett b Gundry ... 18 Birkett b W. Emomett 21 Sutherland c Barnes b W. Emmett 1 Garrett b V. Emmnett ...- ... 4 McNamara b E. Eumnettt ... 4 Sutherland jun., (not out) ... 0 Byes ... . ... . Total ... ... ... 123 STmATIIdoIB.-4First :'Inlings.. . Howell b Davenport ...... 0 Marsh hit wicket b Davenport 21 Gundry b Daenor ... .. 2 W. Emnuntt hit wicket b Bart 0 E. Emmnnett b Davenport ... 8 Boyle b Barr . ... ... 4 Short b Barr ... ... ... 0 Satchlwell is Bar .... 0 Barnes b Barr-... 0. . Morley b Davenport ... .:. 0 P. Enmmett (not out),......

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 12 December 1884

PAPER BAGS, TEA PAPERS, STATIONERY, &c., S• Y .TIE. : ADVERTISER" Office. W. ALLENT, , · v: iO LET - a' T -W .'. General .tore?eepe, lii? ahxavs. on mhad for s:al GO: : CEII lES ' of all kinds, DEST QUALIT.' jig, Uricks, - : : GCvaani. o l h.,n .. Line". .. Celincut, FP. iiing wir*, (Chea bran Is.) .gcnt f.,r the XLW ZEALAND IOAN AN) ME i?U .NTILE- AGE{NCY CO M3elbon?.c . Cash d .iviancs.' mimIn against S G.11^ :1d W\ui. : (:'nim edrc.:ii; t'miiton Fire .A.s?iur-lrlne ~ iociet;yv. -Melbourne, S A'gent for the MUTUA .L ASSURILNCE SOCilETY OF VICTORIA. Agent for M'Cormack Reaper and Tiiune :Binder. aind other Agricultural Implements, including DOBIE'S SEED SOW\ER, PETER BEY'S DOUBLE ACTION CIiURNS, The most Labour Saving Churn Known. Cash Buyer of all Farm Prod FRUIT TREES AT MELBOURINE PRICES, Os TUE SnourEST NOTICE. - FillR E - MUTUAL ASSURANCE SO CIETY OF VICTORIA (LITITED.) Head Office, 79 Little Collins street, VWet Melbourne. For Life Assuranceand Endowments. Policy 11-d...

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

[rnoo ov0 owNs coniisrosODE:SeT.] Harvesting is commencing in this dis trict, and if the warm weather continues, ere aisother week has passed it will be in full swing. Since the recent rains the weather has been all that could be desired for the season of the year, nice caln Warm weather, with little or no hotwinds, consequently the groin isfino and plump what is of it. Sinut is noticeable in a great many of the farns about, but for tunatelynot to any great extent. Strippers and reapers-and-binders seem tobe the favorite implements of machinery about hero now, (the ancieit reaper ap parently has retired from active service): They also appear to be applreciated by the farmers farther north?;ifwe may judge by the great number passing daily by the train, the majority of them being reapers and-binders. Snakes are now making their appear intce in public. On Saturday last two of these reptiles were cleverly despatched by a young man in this neighbourhood, it is needless exagerating the ah...

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ONLY A VIOLET. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 12 December 1884

ONL3Y A VIOLET. Only a violet growing .Wild in a forest and free, Only a violet droopiig- Hiding its bdeaty froni thee. Caressing the breeze'of the iorn Kissing the blush of the day- . Queen of the flowoerets' ditwining Wreathing the chaplet of May. ,. Only a heait ever piininig -Drooping itssongivitlf the eve - Only a heart that isisighing,- - . One, that could never deceiveo. Lost in the shaldow of sokro wji : Eaini alone in decay Lofty.thd sighlins of beeauty , >{.; SPie witlth e glory of day. ,- ,;Y ,i t "".": .: ?'?Pshe?I.m LOD I .os "; The NewYodrkSue', speaing of a long, drawn?-out?uit.between. twolarmiers, saysa :--when they began the case thiere ere two wellofffarmers and two:pioor la\yers;. - Nowthereare'two ;por :.famnner and two: * ,lvreU-off.laxw-ayrnJ,'',, j... ...:,/ . '.,-i:~ u,.!?.;f' ;.T;S

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MOGLONEMBY JOTTINGS [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 12 December 1884

IOGC tO 41531BY .[lrof lsGs "BY LNCOG" Having recently had a trip to town I availed myself of the "opportunity to at tend one of the suburban churches on a Sunday evening. I had been previously told that the preaching would be very ' dry." Notwithstanding this warning I dltersmined to go, and go i did. I soon fIand that my friend's remark was applic ble. Do not think, however, that 1 went to sleep over the sermon. Oh, no ! I had lot been long seated when I saw a rest lessness on the part of. certain. members of the congregation. I attributed this o a kind of idgitiness often to be observed ii such places. Presently I felt a sharp dart penetrate my arom just above the eliow, I began to wriggle uneasily though I knew it wasn't a scorpion. Anon 1 felt L creeping sensation in the direction of ny pedal extremities, then a sharp pang followed by another somewhere else thalt iade ant cIhangue i'Ly position. I was not at all sleepy, 1 bore it all as patiently as possible, and :preseintly no...

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