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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 25 December 1884

TOWLE'.31'ENNiOAL~ A1D'Y;STFLL I'lL · FOILtFEIAL'S S 'quickly orretL ill.irreuiritic., and riiieitbc diai a as smptona sso jpra.lmL u1tl the soL ; Roses' 2y. oJ.· odf" all coUIisttO. Pr-ofredl onloybyE: T. 1Pnrlc, Chemist; iotti ug·alEngI.and. Ab""antsltu :.,locltiuurncld tocko Tomplpitt 6· Ln) WVhboIý"IolDrupbgst: IIemilmoee k Co :.;VNlee I.. uglloslto W\ilIbruý,)ornkad &Ca 07 iSwvanstaon-atn-et4 Special Advertisements. DR. H EILBRON'S WORM CAKES AND PILLS These cakes are principally prepared fromn Herbs, and do not contain any dangerous active ingredients. They have a wonderful effect in curing children as well as grown persons by removing worms. They have been with great success introduced into the principal families in Europe, Australia and New Zealanl. They are unarantecd to do away, in a very short time, with many serious complaints, Bronchitis, Skin Diseases, Asthman, Cnughs, Piles, Ulcers, Ulceratel Throats, &c., if taken in time, as these sicknesses are ofte...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 25 December 1884

A 'D SHOEIAfER, - KIRKLAND-STREETT EiUOA. Repairs Neatly executed at Shortest . Notice. ... Worlkmanshlipand Material Guaranteed. An" d . WE.,LER of EU .A, -ay be seen at Mr Tuckett's Refreshment :Rooms ereiy WEDNESDAY, where II 0 M 0 E\ o PA H Yý. MAIA TIN' .ENUINE ,IIfEMOPATIilO " . . 1EDICI S: -..... Thie following. " most cociinonly used' lediciiies, un a Carboard Case, and including D)R. RUDDOCI 'S WORiK, The Stepping Stone to IIomnoeopatlly and Health," may be obtained, price S12i, from MARTIT& PLEASAN EV (Late .Martint & Co.), 85 COLLINS ST., EAST, M ELB0 OU1ŽNJ E. ACON. ??AP.- (elonkshoodl). Uhielly tffiects the? circulatory syi'Ln, andm is.curattvi in all eases .ot: Itiaum nia'tot;?',a?t rhal, . ,d tuieple idvea ; 'ev??lah L'ulds 'u, Li:on~clis, Chicrene puo, u. Urui, aicausls, leutrin, 'Gout, rle=sli-ijouis, teariatini, ?-bd Teething ut lulants; in t lae-ache, tNeurnialn, and Congestion. BELLADONNA "(Deadly 'iniglt shade).-A-tiecs the' brain and nurves ; an...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AUGUST FLOWER. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 25 December 1884

AUGUST FLOW~I Thee osm serable hIdog is the world are l l.o.0 ouferilg from Dyspepaala Lived r .oanplptiut. 0ote0 than sevo ty-fivo per cent. of tyre people are afilctt d with t?eio two disoes alld thcir tifects'; such as our Stomach,. Sick eado-ache, Ihbitual Cotive ess,. 'lalpitation of th ileoart, a rIIet-burnll,-Water brash gnawiug and burning: pains at the :it- ,f the stomach; Yellow Skin; Coaed Tongueauond dioroc hble utte in the mouth, coming op of. lood oter eating, low spirits, &- Go- to yrur ])rlg-ism' and get a bottle of August-Flower. This Villuable medianoe ho s ehr?d -thou.aids'aild" thlsu ds??i oi sultferers al is lknown in.all civilized countrisc. Two doses will relieve you t o oustsaonly 3S;':J. 0 Samplo bottles Gd '-, ---------~---

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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HERE AND THERE. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 25 December 1884

LER E AND THERE. HIERE is a good story about tile nmanager of an aqihaliumn. The oth.er Sunday his wife got him to go to church, where, early in the proceedings, lie fell asleep. The minister was reading the fir--t lesson of the day, which hap pened to he the 1st chapter of the Book of lEzekitl. As he proceeded in the description of the wonderful beast which the prophet saw in the land uf Chaldeans, by thie river Chebar, tare aqnariam manager moved uneasily inl his sent. "-Every one had four faces, and every one four wings." The aquarium manager rubrbd his ey.s and the pi eccher went o --" And they had the hands of a mant under tlher wings on theit four sides, and they four had their faces ad tlheir wings." The aqualrimln manager was now wih.l an %ak. "A.s for the likeness of their fites;, they four had the fices of a man and the face of a lion on tihe right side, and they four hald th.i face of as, ox on the left side. They four hau, also the face of an: eagle." The aquariuim manag...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 25 December 1884

For continuation of. reading matter see fouirth page. For siaie. . TASTE PAPER FOR SALE, Cheap. 1 Adertiser Ollfice. Wianted. A7--NTED FILES of the ._' Euroa Adverliser" "from March 1st to 4th July. Apply "Advertisor" office, Euroa. .. W;ANTED a GIRL'to assist in House .:t ork: Apply, M?s IMcCLusKIcE, Euroa Dining-rooms. 1 teetins .ci ,"-- li.ACE7'71EETIhNG:. " . A MEETING will be "hold on TUES DAY' evening, January 3lthl at P.; F' McCLusKzr's of persons : desirous :to hold a RACE MEETIN'G onSt Patrick's Day. ... , RE. VARD.t--LOST a GOLD, Ma EDAL, which certifies that M. Donaghy obtained First Prize at the Melbouine Exhibition for th..IManufaic-, turd of Rope. The above reward will be paid to anyone leavinig same at Mr. pCLLLNGEl?'s, Euroa.. 'OST omi Sunday, December 7th a grey -L-:'COLT (unibroken)-:branded (T, last seen' in Cluskey's paddock. 'Finddoi;r'o wsarded :on--giviig; inforniation to P: F. McCLUSKEY; Euroa, or H. HASSETT, Aicadia. S TRAED;into my paddock,: a -Yellow K. an...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 25 December 1884

- STATIONERY, &c., TRY THE "'ADYERTISER" Office. W. ALLEN r V IOCL EI T T O w . General Storekeeper, IMONMONOMER; Ii as always on hand fS ale GROCERIES of all kinds, B EST QiUAL'IT Y:. Bricks, S L . n,,n G.rlvanied .Iran. Fencing wire, (best brands.) Agent for the NEW\ ZEALAND LO() AN- NI) -MERCANTILE AGENCY' : CO Melblorne. Cash Advances ,mado against Grai amii\Vo61: l Agenit flr the Coni ercial;l Union ' Fire A suralce n Soclet.?y. . Melbourne; Agient for the MUTUAL ASSURANCE SOCOETY OF VICTORIA. Agent for M'Cormnack Reaper and Twine Binder, and other Agricultural Implements, including : DOBIE:S SEED SOWER, PETER BEY'S DOUBLE ACTION C aURNS, The most Labour Saving Churn Known. Cash Buyer (f all Farm Prod FRUIT TREES AT MELBOURNE PRICES, Os THE SIIORTEST NOTICE. - T it E - MUTUAL ASSURANCE SO -CIETY. OF VrCTORIA (LIMTED.) Head Office, 70 Little Collins street, 'West Melbourne.? ' For Life Assuranse and Endowments. Policy ia"ldera Tidei the Profits. lnIIEOTOfll: Mr Thomas Lo...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LOCAL MARKETS [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 25 December 1884

. . L.OAl, MiARIETITS 'The local- mlill'reports: Wheat 3s 7d; feed o:is 3s ; fowls wheat 3s. - r . L;..Dleboos repnrts pricces 10'lc ilhlyi follow.- Fresh-butter 7~d to Sd 'otted butter 7d to dd. E'gs,. is.. Carease park. iuaer Offlb I4d. .Fo'wls, ?t .t S per pair.. D3ucks 3S per pair. Turkeys 5s to.10s per pair. Sheepskirns 3 d" to -l?d. llides 0d to '1,d. -:Kangaroo skins d to-is. Id. Wallaby dJ. to 7d. - Oppossum 2s 6d to Is'6d.' Bear Os tG I Wattle Barkl £' to.?G. per ton. J.. B. Handurr :and Co. 'report: Butter (print), 7d to Sd per lb.; prine new cask, 71d to S d eggs. is. honey, 3'd to 4jd per lb.:;Iigs 3d to4hd turkeys, 5's to 10s per pair ; fowls, 2s io 3s ; ducks, 3s to 4s G; oppossuin skins, 's 6d to Cs. Mfr D. A. Casement iy y. and corn iherihant, uroan, reports:- Brmn Is 3d. Pollard is 3d. Best hay chdffY lo'B i0s Best straw do. to £3 Barley 4s per busn. . Crushed 4s Gd Oats .is Od Crushed 4s. 3d: Peas 4Is 9d. Potatoes to 9s Gd per cwt. Liiseed 28s-per ewt. Onions 2} pe...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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MOGLONEMBY JOTTINGS [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 25 December 1884

3roGeLEoY[B) .ToTTIr x ''BlY INCOG" On Monday the 8th instant the teacher of our Stat 'achool;preaentedl thiriy-thres of his scholars 'ith lIprizes in the shape of books ranging in value from lid. to 5s. The:rewards were for the results of various o.xaiinatioisr held duriilg tlio.uyci-; ilnd as 'the expense was 'defrayed by :Mr. Godden himself, the children should not be slow to appreciate their teachers kind ness. As, however, between £3 and £4 is rather too much to; comne out, of one '"pcket for this: purpose, it is intendel' to adopt some other.means next year to augment the prize fund. Perhaps in the shape of a conlcert, or, failinugthat, by canvassing for subscriptions. Whatever plan may be adopted-it should be warmly entered into, for the object is a good one. However, twill be soon enough to talk about it Towards the end of next year. Think about it in the mean time. -Don't imagins I've got the "jiin-jaams," or that I've forgotten what I said the other week anent grumbling, t...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Oldest Woman in the World. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 25 December 1884

'T'he O leis oBý nma , innahCe ' ordld. At Saint-Just-do Clair, in the province of Isere, France, :thirelives a woman who has attained to an almost incredible age. She was born in the month of March 171, and is now in herl124th year. She enjoys perfect lealth, 1and has no infimninity what ever: She speaks distinctly, retains. her appetite, and sleeps iii tranquillityi Her baptismnal name is Marie Duraan. and she is known as the widow Gira:nd. The certificate of her birth and baptism still exist, and have been extracted from the parish regsiters of Saint-Just-de-Clair. She was married in 1779 to a farrier in Saint-Just, and has had two children one of whom died a few years ago at the age of 87. After she became a widdow in 1788, she quitted her birthplace to follow the fortunes of a recruiting-sergeant whom she married, and became canteer in his regiment. She passed through the wars of the Republic and the Empire with her 'second hisband ; but the poor old wonrinrt's inemory 'retains...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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CRICKET. EUROA V. VIOLET TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 25 December 1884

CRJHCKlhET. |-EURO V. VIOLET TOWN. !These clubs met on Saturday at Eurboi for thoilthird timeo this season. "On the tito provious occasions the snatches were played' 'it Violet Town,. aid both tiimes victory .rested .with the Euroa. - The match on Saturday was the final one for the Benalla Challenge Cup. Ploaseits who won the toss decided on sending the visitors to the wickets, and at two'o'clock Neil and Grogan commenced the batting to the bowling of Ba'r and Weir. Grogan miade ' coitplet' ud was thennicelycaught by McLean olff arr. Johnston came in only to see Neil bowled by Barn. Gourlay followed and drove tie first ball lie re coived to mid off, in attempting to run lie was rti'n out, the bal b being nicely picked up and thrown in by Weir. 3-0-13 was the record that nmetDavis's eyeashe joined Johnson. - The latter hit Barr to leg, and Birkett uflected a splendid catch. Davis commenced scoriiig very rapidly, but after :inaking 32, by a good display of cricket, was bowled by Larri...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Advertiser PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. "MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." THURSDAY, DECEMBER 25th., 1884. CHRISTMAS. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 25 December 1884

PrULISHED EVERY rFiIDAY MOiniNIE. O 'ý MODERATE, BUT PROGIESS VE;:.' ': THURSDAY, DECEMBERl oth;:1884 CHRIST3AS Oseeie aaf hisn adthent ceasely re ielv rig; but the generous Timpuinus facthe tokindlyface weeting, OldFather Christgladn elome th wide the daysk hilofldarity, the thankful, devohit robeelinof winseparably associatedhingthethison afosty air, butive petlinriod, abidii the of; summer - and ="inialing the - balmy tmosphness and eofxubeth suny sofouth. T scee of his and ofntchariy is alterd ithnded iut the generous impulses, the kindl nforeetinge. Nor is the glwappeallco. thmaide spreak hilarity, the thankful, devout feelin vinse. parably associte is aiththordedis gay' and festive period, abide' in the freshness snd exuberance of" youth. Already the hand of charity is extended and christian hearts, throbbing with kindly instincts, are asking generous aid for~the feeble, the homeless, and the, unfortunate. Nor is the appeal made in vain... Prompt assistance is afforded, and' e...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
EUROA RAINFALL FOR YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 1 January 1885

. iUROA RAIF'ALLTOR YEAR. The.following- ai complete table of r ainfaUl:-- ; .. ' Months. -:No.o days. RainfalL January"-. .- 6 3.06 -*Febrhary " '4" .32 March- 4 1.10 April -- '- - 1.01 May 8 2.53 . S-July - . . .23. ,-ug.sti T. 1.64 - , Septeer. - . .. 2.01 o- .. r; n 6 1.50 .November 3 3 25 inDecember ; S.f :20.83 , ii-' 1to eidsi dof Novmbetr.t * Place --No. of dayd Rainfall. .OSO-trathbagie Wes-` .65 2398 Violet Town. 65 16.78 A inch Ierebrent' bout a hundred ,an per cre. .

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 1 January 1885

coJUESPIONDENCE. (Our columns are open for the discousion of all questions which are .not of a sectarian character. We wish it to be distinctly understood, however, that we do not necessarily identify ourselves with the opinionsexpressedbyonur correpondents. All communications intended for insertion must be addressed to the Editor, and contain the name and address of the writer as.a gaaMatse of good faith, ED "A,."

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
UP MACEDON ON CHRISTMAS DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 1 January 1885

UP MAClEDOX OY CsRI$uT How did you'spend your Christmas ? is a question often asked at this time of. the ,ysar:t.Onvierypleasant wdy of spending the holidays is by a trip `to theo countiry, and aftertho experience of sisuch a' trip as .the one d'scribed in the : heading of' this sketch wie:can:?iay'to 'any4 in search of enjoyinent, "do likewise." .Leaving Mel bburne by.the 6.45 train` on Christmas morning, beautifully fine weather,F we speed along at a merry rate throughFoots cray and' Keilor-road 'till'? Suubuiry is reached, and here the really pretty part of the journey'coinmences. Till Suiibury all is fiat grassy country, liiutjust after lea"r ing the station, the hills begin toappear-in sight. Close to the station 'stands Rupertswood, the palatial "residence of Sir W. J. Clarke, inahollow wellsheltered from the winds by hills, surrounded on all sides by beautiful grounds, well-watered by a creek running through the estate. Ruperstwood, is a fitting mansion for a monarch. Leaving...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LONGWOOD RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 1 January 1885

The me off o ~n Friday last, Boxing Day, on the new course et the back bf BUilYs White HBat hotel, New Longwood. The position of the course'ia certainly very convenient to visitors tra veiling by rail, in Consequence of its being so close to the station, but the course itself certainly does not do credit to those who superintended its formation, as in several places there are many sharpturns, besides therebeingseveral stumps about two feet high, right on the course, which makes it far more dangerous both for horse and rider than if the trees had ac tually stood there. But independent of all this we are very happy not to have any accidents to record, and ere another meeting probably those interested will remedy the defects. The attendance at this meeting was very fair, considering races were also being held at Strathbogie, there being between two and three hun dred people present, amongst which Euros was strongly represented, especially by the fair sex, .who quite enlivened the scene...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
STRATHBOGIE RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 1 January 1885

.r' ANUROeWIl IAC.S The Strathbogi RBae Olub held their anneal meeting on 'Boxing Day, the weather in the morning yws a little too. warm, but during the Iternoon became somewhat cooler. From seven o'clock till aftem the trains had arrived in Euroa, parties could be .n drivingoff to the races to enjoy the country eir, and the trip up the bills with a splendid view of the low-lying land. On artiving at the coure(aftertaking tke wrong road several times) could be seen little parties here and there holding a small picnic or having a snack before the events, and here. and there could beseen a crowd around the different horses that" were lancied, 'their grooms busily engaged grooming them down before'the great events. Another crowd were to be seen at the refreshment booth ihich seeemed to keepMr. and Mrs. Carew very. busy all the day. A white helmet worn by Constable Mulcahy of Swanpool was quietly parading up and down, but we are happy to say he had noth ing more to do, 'excepting two or...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL MARKETS [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 1 January 1885

LOCAL MARKETS The loal mill reports: Wheat Ss 7d; feed oats 8s ; fowls wheat s. Mr C.: L. Deboos: reporte prices locally as follows.- .. .Fresh buttei .7dto 8j" - FPotted butter 7i to td. Eggs, 14. Carcase pork, under 100lb 4d. Fowls, 2s to Ss per pair. , EDucks Se per pair. -. rkeyes 5 to 10a per-pair. "Sheepskinse Sd.tb d. Hides 2d to 2 d. Kangaroo skin 9d to ais id. "Wallaby"6d,,'o 7d..'..'- Oppossum 2s 6d to -4 6d. Bear 2s- 61d S,Wattle Bark, £2;to £6,per ton:'' J. E. Handbury -and Co. report : Butter (print), .7d7 to 8id per lb.; prime new cask, 7jd to 8Sd; eggs, is. honey, 3}d to 4jd per.lb.;pigs 3dto4d, turkey a, bs to 10s per pair; fowls, :'s to 8s ; :ducks, 3s to 4s 6; oppossum skins, 2a G td 6s. !afr D A. Casement hay anld- corn merchant, Euroa, reportsi Bran Is Sd. . Pollard is 3d. :test hay chaff to l£4 10s Best straw.do. to £3 B3arley 4a per bua. Criushed 4s Gd " tat 4a' Od Crushed 4s. 3d. -Pes 4? 9d. Potatoes to 9s.6d per ewt. L ... inseed 28s er cw SOnions 2} perlb.

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DAIRY PRODUCE, HIDES ETC [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 1 January 1885

DAIRY PRODUCE. HIDES ETC haskr. X'Ky M X'Donald report .a large quantity ofi5 paceW to hand to day, which aaet?Tls ?sk competition. .and sold -a the following. quotations : Chelse: Prime quality in good demand, .and sold at from 5d. to 5id. per lb. ; medium, 4jd. to id. ; inierior from 4d. Potted Butter. Prime new i ake, 94dto .9d. per lb. ; good old, 6d.-to 7jL. per lb Fresh Butter Choice dairies up to IOd. medium, gid.; inferior. 71d. Eggs, from 12d. to 16d. per dozen. Bacon: Smoked hams, 11d.; aides, 8d. to 9d; fitches, 71d; do.; groen,efrom 5}d. to 6d., according to quality; foney, Did. for good garden lots; Sush, Sd. to 4d. Beeswax, 9d. per lb. Lard, 5d. to 6d. per lb. Turkeys, from 14.. to ls. per pair ducks,, s. to 6s.; geese, to 10s. ; fowls, 3s. Gd. to 4s. Car .case pork, -dairy led, 6d. per lb,

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LONGWOOD MECHANICS' (TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER.) [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 1 January 1885

LONGWOOD MECHANICS' (TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER.) Sir,--In your report of the opening of the Mechanics' Institute at Longwood contained in your issue of the 19th inst, appears the following paragraph:- " The contractors for.the building are   Messrs. Robins and Hawkins who have with the exception of the floor given every satisfaction. The only defect is the floor, which has been badly laid down, as the boards at one end have fallen fully six inches." Such statements as these are calculated to do us great injury, and as they are en tirely without foundation we must request a formal withdrawal and apology in your next issue. ROBINS & HAWKINS.  

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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HOW MR. SALA "FOUGHT THE TIGER." [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 1 January 1885

HOW MR. SALA " FOUGHT THE TI.... TGER." Ax enthusiast for public-morality, who has adopted the n?onc'd de ?iume of" A Visitor to the Rivera," has been at the painis of. compiling. a volume of'more than three hundred pages about the enormities of the public gaming tables at Monte Cirlo, in the principality of Monaco. The: compiler' has" been' so kind as to send'; ne ain early copj o6f his boob, 'which" is "ery"well got up, and: is published by Messrs Rivingston. I am very-much his debtor; -but I am unable, for very shame, to moralise about Monte Carlo. For aboiut :20 years I have" played: regularly' eve'ry summer. at the Kursaal at Hombourg. I have backed the red at. Baden-Baden, and put all my money, on "passe " or " manque." at Wiesbaden.' I have stuck to the " donze derniers" at Sipa, Iiavo ! ventured? on "fatal 'zero " -at -Geneva, and havevwge?e"ed coisidertably on "p'ir." and "izmpaiir', at Aix-la Chapelle. I ani:ifist too young:-to remember when Frascati's, in the: .Rie da Ric...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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