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SHIRE OF EUROA. Statement of Receipts and Expenditure for the Year ending 30th September. 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 12 December 1884
Statement of Receipts and Expenditure for the Year ending 30Ah September Statement of Receipts and Expenditure for the Year ending 30th September. 1884. Receipts and Expenditure. - Dn. RECElPTS. 'To balance forward ... . ... l 6 S ,, Rates, North Riding ... £~724 11 8 R, Rntes, South Riding ... 613 19 0 ,, tes, Central Ridhing ... -179 13 2--118S1 . 10 ,, Subsidy ... . .... ,1914 10 2 ,, Publicans' Licenses ... ... ... 170 0 0 ,, Temporary Licenses ... .... ... 10 0 0 ,, Slaughtcring Licenses ... ... ... 15 0 0 W, Wine and Spirit Licenses ... ... 25 0 0 ,)c-Deposits on contracts ... .. ... 153 3, 2 ., Deposits oi contracts forfeited ... 12 9 0 ,, Rents of hall.... -.. ... ... 56 10 0 ,,Fines from Clerk of 'Petty Sessions ... 0 5 0 , .Payment for Collector of Statistics ... 27 13 0 x, Echange ... ... ... ... 0 0 6 Balance ... ... ... 184 0 3 £5473 3 3 E X PE ) 1)1T RE. Cn. By contract for works ... ... ... £442 0 2 ,, Surface labor ... .. ... ... 654 5 9 ,, Small contracts ... ... .....
EUROA LICENSING COURT. Friday, December 5. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 12 December 1884
EUIROAT LICENSII G COURIT. PFridea, Dscembcr 5. (Before Messrs. 3M'Cormick, P.MI., and M'Guinness and M'Kenna, J's.P). Publicans' licenses wele granted to the following applicants : Euroa-Mrs. H. Hart, and Messrs. G. Sutherland, MI. Garrett, J. Shelswell, D. - 'Kernan, M. Carew, S. Stevens. Longwood-Mrs. Kiernan, Mrs. M. J. Hill, Messrs. A. Hamilton, H. J. Ritchie. Billiard licenses were granted to Mrs. Hart, and Mr. G. Sutherland, of Euroa. A grocer's license was granted to MIr. JTames Handbury, subject to the produc tion of his wine and spirit license, which was subsequiently done. A colonial wine license was applied for by Mr. P. F. M'Cluskey. Constable Orr sbjected on the ground that there were already four public houses which gave sufficient accommodation to the public. He had nothing against the applicant per sonally, who was a most respectable mau, und already had an eating house. Mr. La:urock appeared for the applicant. In granting the license the Police Magistrate remarked ...
Arrival of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 19 December 1884
OLxus? arrive at the Euroa Post Office as follows : From ..Qoornn, Morton, Dooin, Main dample and Mansfield, uat 5.20 p.m., Sun days excepted. From Jamuieson, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 5.20 p.m. From Miepoll, Miepoll South, Kar ramomus South, on Mondays, Wednes days, and Fridays, at 9 a.m. From Shean's Creek, Strathbogie, and Strathbogio West, on Wednesdays and Saturdays, at 5.30 p.m. From Balmattum, Mondays, WedInes days, at 5 p.m. From Mogloncmby, Thursdays, at 5 p.m. Melbourne up and down train, daily, at 10.17 a.m. Melbourne up train, daily at 7 p.m. Down train daily, at 6.15 p.m. For continuation of reading matter see fourth page.
EUROA POST OFFICE. Departure of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 19 December 1884
; EUROA POST OFFICE. Depaerture of Yllails. TLuls close at the Euro, Post Oflice as follows : For Gooram, [Morton, Doon, Main damplle, and Mansfield at 0.40 a.m. daily, Sundays excepted. . For, Jamnieson, Tuesdays," Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 10.40 a.m. - For Iiepoll, Micpoll Souith (loose bag), and IKarrnamomus, South MIon.days, Wed nesdays an:d Fridays, at 11 an.m. For Shean's Creek (loose bag), Strathh bogie, and Strathbogie West (loose bag). onl \ill:.s?days and S:aturdays, at 11 a.m. For :Balm:attum, Mondays, Wrednes days, and Fridays, at 1.1 an.. For Mioglonomby; Thursdays, at 7.30 p.11. For Melbourno up and down train, ldaily at 9.40 a.m. For Melbourne up and down trains, daily, at 5.30p.m.
MARRAWEENEY. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 19 December 1884
2YIAlBBEATVEEJIEY. [Rno oRn oWNx coRRssPONDoTx.] RItin, rain. This has been one of the most glorious seasons that we have ex perieinced since Iarraweeney was settled. Crops will no doubt turn out well. I hear great complaints from farmers concerning the increase of rabbits, but if we ever get the vermin boards established (good bye phosphorous) I verily believe these boards will make short work of the rabbits as they will perhaps be able to mesmerise them, I wonder the Euroa Shire Council has nothing to say on the subject as these boards will, I think be very expensive. It may be all right if there is a special tax, but I would at least suggest a more euphonious name, just fancy being a member of a vermin board, I fancy hie who ever brought rabbits to this country was something of the opinion of a new ehuln friend of mine (by the bye I think he was an Irislunan) seeing a Jew lizar?d one day in the bush he picked up his axe in order to exterminate the reptile. I informed him it was q...
BADDAGINNIE and WARRENBAYNE. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 19 December 1884
ILLDDAGIENIE asid Ti KAR RBEV BA3NE. (FROMe OUi Ow, COnRESrPOND.NTr.) Time Messrs. Dunlop, who were injured in the recent buggy accident, have got on splendidly, the stationmaster having re susmed duty. Some of the 3Baddaginnie residents were endeavouring to hold sports on New Year's Day ; but as it was pointed out to them that the Eurua sports and Benalla races come off on that day, and the 3ilapokes appear in the evening, they im inediately gave awy. As many visited the "Mlapokes" on show night, and were highly pleased with what they saw, they told their absent friends, who are deter mined to visit the Shire-]hall Benalla on 1st pros., so that I expect our city willboe deserted. I lhave drawn attention to the accommuo dation at the Baddaginnie platform two or three times, and cannot help doing so again. This station pays better than five orsixon the Nortit.easternline, andis sadly neglected Iby the tRailway department. Last week a heap of wire was placed on the platform, besides b...
£150 For a Smoke. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 19 December 1884
Q'~15~e or :a ~moIe., Col. Hiram Pierson was an eccentric Cali fornia millionaire. He was. among the first strike in the land of gold, and his strike was a big one. When lihe felt that he had as much money as lie could, com fortably handle, lie went to Europe, where he "astonished the natives" in many ways, and at divers times. The following was; related by one who knew him well, and: who could vouch for its truth:-= In the course of his travels the colonel' found himlself on a small steamboat sailing down the Rhine.' Having eaten a hearty dinner, lie went on deck, and lighted a cigar. He was an inveterate smoker, andr regarded the "weed" not only as one of_ the good things but as one of the necces on board. Thereupon the colonel went forward, as far as lie could get, and puffed away. But even lierethe watchful captain scentedhiinsm out, and again informed him, this time' rather peremptorily, that smoking was, against the rules of the boat: " "But" cried the colonel. "Imust snmoke."...
EUROA RAINFALL FOR YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 19 December 1884
XUROA RAINFALL FOIR YEARL. The following is a complete table of rainfall : Months. No.of days." Rainfall. January 6 3.06 February 4 .32 March 4 1:10 April - 2 1.01 31ay 8 2.53 June 12 4.09 July 2 .23 August 9 1.64 September. 9 2.01 October 6 1.50 INoveinber 3 2 25 S, I December -6 .75 - 3 20.83 Total for same : period last year. J 77 25.31 - Rainfall to end of November. Place o. of days Rainfall. Strathlboie ... . Ranges 65 ° 23.08 :1. Violet Town 65 16.78 An inch .represents about, a. hundred, tons per acre..
Got it Very Bad. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 19 December 1884
Got it Very ?n. ti A gentleman inrites'to vs to 1snor- it is as I a girl loves you when sheo'. poem' like this : art " Oh'?dearest, you have won ? i Of life itself you are a pt",' SI sleei, I dream,I pray forI % ' Just as : hope you pray ofo r o ; "it is a sign her rsystem?it of ordery somethingwreong. riths he' Tlhey are often takei like that ':oudf tnsem . wheni'?very young .? Shr or"cn uthe Dr. Tuthill or lDr. N4: -' the system getfl Torse: ' ?rti ·· .. .: . - .i:it
THE CLOSE OF THE SESSION. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 19 December 1884
TilE CLOSE OF -THE SESSION. TILE termination of the Parliamentary session yesterdiy is a fitting time to analyse its work and criticise the action of hon. members. As parlia ment, after an unusually lengthy recess, was called together on the 10th of June,- the session Ihas just lasted six months. The work done was satis factory if not startling. The Federation res"olutions were passed, and -thus a beginning made to consolidate the Australian empire. A Land Bill, which on. the whole, we favourably reviewed, has -been passed into the Statute -Book,- and which undertakes to deal with what - remains of the publi'e'estate. It is liberal, but not communistic. -It would- not' sui;t either Mr. George or Mr. Ilirams, with theirn socialistic and leasing re forms; but still it enlarges the'scope of land selection, and makes it possible for settle on tlo 'land on .advantageous terms and -.with. faiii'- prospects - of success and comfoit. :-The=: Ralilway Bill commits the country to t. huge expe...
HERE AND THERE. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 19 December 1884
HBEMRjND THERE T.1Ir IChiahleB Cook, ii~inigt frirni ill to the Chrliatuana', ielast the folioti ,&.iry iif~ _iremari kaible attemt tto escape. from. tlie-prison.. there.:'-Auuto';1usls anma arrived'at. tihe Lille station . few sceks ago anod was closely watched by two dctectiven, whio followed him to an hotel and took rooms adjoining those occupied by him. Early the next miorning lihelired a cab and dr ore at a sharp pace tlrough Lille. The detec tires. (who had been awake all night) followed him, but could not keep up with the vehicle; but they did not mind, as they knew where the man was bound for. Every morning a large v'an la!ves Ithe prison, containing two good sized baskets of liplpers anld hoots lmade ibyv the prisoners.. Short.y aft ter ten on this particular ::morning the two detectives, with two of the secret p.'lice dressed aI lahoirers were waiting near tlhe Mliaison Centrle; wlhen the doors opemnd, and the containing the ? askets &e., came slowly out; I...
VIOLET TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 19 December 1884
VIOEET TOWP. Mr. J. G. Sanderson aerated water and cordial manufacturer has iust had erected some new machinery which will enable him to meet the increased demand for his cordiads. Violet Town is getting a noted place for horse racing, during the past week there has been no less than three races, Mr. Hoslkins carrying off two of them ; while another was run on Saturday morniug between horses belonging to Mlossrs. liufell and Thompson, rL-. Thompson winning easily. lMr. OCh:laman is erecting a nice two story building in Cowsiip-street, which, when completed, will be an ornament to the town. A boy named James Grogan, while walling out on Suntday last was neIarly bitten by a snake, he, however, succeeded in killing the reptile, which measured about 5 feet. On Thursday last .Messrs Bond, Waters, Hoskin, Hiar, Grogan, and Hartshorne, made an attempt to clear a large hoie in the Honeysuckle Creek for bathing pur poses. Mr. It. . \raters kindly gave his horses and tackling for two days to ...
WANGARATTA SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 19 December 1884
WA-NGAIRATTA £iPOUTS The following are the handicaps for the Sheffield Handicap of £50, distance 130 yards; to be run on New Year's Day : W. H. O'Brien, Sydney ... Scratch - James Desnis, Swanpool ... 3 yards 31. ' Auliffe, Glenrowan . Thomas Amos, Hay ...... 6 A. E. West, Wangaratta .-. 7 ,, C. 3?'Intyre, Chiltern .. , V T Kelly, Albury .. ,, 3M Hart, Violet Town . 8 • W. Burns, Sale... . ... 11 . T. -Hall;. Wangaratta.. :-..- 11 ,, R. Nolan, Beec?hworth ... ,, J. Burns, Wangaratta?.... ... ...,, W B.,.all, WVangaratta... 13,, G. -.It. Allen, Milahwa ..... 13 , '. F.' Breaw, Wagaratta ... 1 ,; *:. Assumed name.
COMMERCIAL LIVE STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 19 December 1884
COMM,3E CIAL LIVE STOCK. Fat Cattle.-1789 were penned, prime sold from £12 to £14 17s good sold from £10 O0 to £110 ; .~cond do sold from £8 Os to £9 Us; inferior do. sold from £5. Prime pens of .cows sold from £9 Os to £11 7s Gd .;' good do sold from £7 Os to £7 10s; ,middling and inferior £4 Os. Fat Calves,-310 were yarded. Primio sold at Iro.m (Os to SOs;. good do from 40s to 55s; second from 30 to 35s; hn 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 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 "#ethers, which sold at from 12s. Gd. 'to Is. 0d, none 'wre prime. Best in the wool; soW1u. c .'ss 14s. Gd. to'-i4s. (Sd.;. others, from 9s. Prime merino weth...
LOCAL MARKETS [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 19 December 1884
L.OCAL MARKILETS The local mill reports: Wheat Ss 7d; feed oats 3s ; fowls wheat 3s. Mr C. L. Deboos reports prices locally as follows. Fresh butter 7ld to 8id Potted butter 7d to 8d. Eggs, Is. Carcase pork, under 1001b 4d. Fowls, 2s tc 3s per pair. Ducks 3s per pair. Turkeys 5s to 10s per pair. Sheepskins 3d to 44d. Hides 2d to 2,d. Kangaroo skins 9d.to 1s.-ld. Wallaby 6d; to 7d. 2s Gd to 4s Gd. - - J. E. Handbury and Co. report : Butter (print), 7d to 8d per lb.; prime new cask, 71d to 8½d ; eggs, is. honey, 34d to 44d per lb.;pigs 3dto41dW turkeys, Gs to 10s per pair; fowls, 2s to 3s; ducks, 3s to 4s 6; oppossum skins, 2s Gd. to Gs. Mr D. A. Casement hay and corn merchant, Euroa, reports: Bran Is 3d. Pollard Is 2d. Best hay chaff to £410s Best straw do. to £3 Barley 4s per bush. Crushed 4s Gd Oats 4s Od Crushed 4s. 3d. Peas 4s 9d. Potatoes to 9s Gd per cwt. Linseed 28s per cwt. Onions 2} per lb.
DAIRY PRODUCE, HIDES ETC [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 19 December 1884
IDAIRY PRODUCE. HIDES ETC Iiessrs. l'KJay and MI'Donald report .a large quantity of produce to hand to day, which met with brisk competition. and sold at the following quotations: Cheese: Prime quality in good demand, and sold at from 5d. to Sd. per lb. ; mnedium, 4·d. to 5d: ; inferior from 4d. Potted Butter. Prime new make, 9d. to .91d. per lb. ; good old, Gd. to 7Ad. per lb Fresh B3utter Choice dairies up to 10bd. nmedium, 94d.; inferior. d.d. Eggs, from 12d. to 1id. per dozen. Bacon : Smoked hams, 11d.; sides, 8d. to'gd;' flitches, 71d; .do., green, from 5id. to 6d., according to quality; Honey, 5ijd. for good garden lots; .bush, 3d. to 4d. Beeswax, 9d. per lb. Lard, bd. to Gd. per lb. Turkeys, from 14s. to 15s. per pair; ducks, 5s. to Gs.; geese, to 10s. ; fowls, 3s. Gd. to 4s. Car .cse pork, dairy fed, Gd. per lb,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 19 December 1884
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 19 December 1884
; HARAMAN, BOOT SHOEMAKER, KIRKLAND-STREET, EUROA. : Repairs Neatly executed at Shortest Notice. Workmanship and Material Guaranteed. ,VIIO`L:.ET:" W N. And JEWELLER of EUROA, may be seen at Mr Tuckett's Refreshment B, Rooms everye WEDNESDAY, where : ;:mders may be left any: time duripg the :week. (...:; · : ·-,: i HOM U ' EO PATHY. MARTIN'S GENUINE H(EMOPATH1C MEhDICINES. - The following 12 most commonly used Medicines, TINCIURES. OR. PILULES In a Carboard Case, and including DR. RUDDOCK'S WORK, " The Stepping Stone to IonomOopathy and Health," may be obtained, price 12s., from ] MARTIN & PLEASANC (Late Makrtin UCo.), MELBOURN E. ACON. NAP. , (:lonkshood). Chiefly affects the circulatory system, and is cui.ative in all cases of Inllanm suatory, Cattarhal, and Simple Fevers ; Fevetish Colds, ldronchluts, Chicken pox, Croup,- selasles, 'leurisy,. Gout, liead-spots, earlatlla, and Teething ut lufants; in Mace-achle, Neunulgia, and Congestion. BELLADONNA (Deadly i'ight shade).-...