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LOCAL MARKETS [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 9 January 1885
LOCAL MARIKETS The local mill reports: Wheat 3s 7d; feed outs 3s ; fowls wheat 3s. Mr . L. L. Deboos reports prices locally as follows. Fresh butter 7.d to Sd Potted butter 7d to td. Egg. s. •Carcase pork; under 1001b 4d. Fowls, `s tc Ss per pair. JDucks 3s per pair. Turkeys 5s to 10s per pair. Sheep-kins 8d to 44d. I1ides 2d to 2.d1. liangaroo skina 9d to is. Id. Wallaby Gd, to 7d. B.arsm2s Gd to 4s Gd. Wattle Bark-, 2 t,. oT(ipeo J. E. Handbury and Co. report - "utter-- (Et) ?.7d to t.o_.1- I,. honsey, 3-d to 4;d per lb.lpigs :;3dto4l turkeys, its to 10s per pair; fowls, :s to s ; ducks, 3s to 4s G; oppossum skins, 2s Gd to Gs. Mlfr D. A. Casement hay and corn merchant, Euron, reports: Bran Is 3d. Pollard is 3d. Best hay chaff to £4 10s Best straw do. to £3 Barley 4s per bush. Crushed 4s Gd : at 4s Od Crushed 4s. 3d. Peas 4s 9d. Potatoes to 9s Gd per cwt. Linseed 28s per cwt. Onions 21 per lb.
DAIRY PRODUCE, HIDES ETC [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 9 January 1885
.DAIRY PRIOD)UC.. hIDES ETC eassrs. M'Kay and M'Donald report .a large quantity of produce to hand to day, whch oest with brisk competitioi." and sold at the following quotations: Cheese: Prime quality in good demand, .and sold at front id. to 51d. per lb. ; imedium, O4d. to 6d. ; iterior from 4d. Potted Butter. Prime new make, i9d. to 91d. per lb. ; good old, lid. to 7dd. per.lb Fresh Butter Choice dairies up to 10.d. .mnodium, Lid.; inferior. J1d. -Eggs, from 12d. to s16. per dozen. flacon : Smoked Iuus, lid.; sides, bd. to 9d; flitches, 71d; do., green, from 5ad. to Gd., according to quality; Honey, 5id. for good garden lots; Lush, Y d. to 4d. Beeswax, ad. per lb. Lard, 6d. to Gid. per lb. Turkeys, from 14s. to 15s. per pair; ducks, 5s. to Gs.; geese, to 10s. ; fowls, 3s. Gd. to 4s. Car :aasepork, dairy fed, Gd. per-lb,
CRICKETING NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 9 January 1885
The rules to be observed by cricketers if they desire to manintain health are, ac cording to Dr. W. G. Grace, the. rules of commnon sense. No late hours and no excesses of any kind. The doctor, although he does no: smoke himself, does not consider that smoking in imoderation is hurtful. When interviewed by a " Pall Mall Budget" representative, Dr. WV. G. Grace' the champion cricketer, was very reticent upon being asked his opinion as to the Australians. Beyond saying they were a very fine lotof cricketers, lie would not commit himself. This is vary much to be regretted, as a genuine criticism of Australian cricket by W. G., wouldhbe of much interest. It is to be remarked, however, that he also declines to .express an opinion as to the merits of A: G. Steele bcihond saying he was one of the best cricketers lie knew, and one he would always rather have on his side than against him. Practically this means nothing, for so muclh goes without saying. - The Grace famiily, although W. G. an...
EUROA POST OFFICE. Departure of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 9 January 1885
EUROA POST OFFICE. epIIart-e ,,c"of ?OM.iI. Arlnsclose at the Euroa Post Office as follows:-- "Q. For Gooramn, ?oIrton, Doon, Main dlample, and Man'sfield at 9.40 a.m. daily, Sundays exceptcd. - For J.amieson,; Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Satuirdays, .at 10.40 a.m. " For Miepoll, Miepoll South (loose bag), and Karramonmus South "Mondays, Wred: nesdays 'lnd Fridays, at 11 a... . For She.ii's Creek (loose 'bag),, Strath bogie, and Stratltbogie West (loose bag). on Wednciesdays and Satrdays, at 11 a.m.. .'For -'3ahnattnm, Mo:idays, Wednes days, and Fridays, at 11 am. - - 'Forr MIolonemby ; Thursdays, at 7.30. p.m. For c Melbourne up and down~ train; daily at 9.40 a.m. . For Melbourne up and down trains, daily,.at.5.30p.m.: Arrival of.i ails. M1L.ns arrive at the Euroa Post Olce as follows: From Gooani, Mierton, Doosn, Main damsple and Maitsfield at 5.20 p.m., Sun days exceptedi ^, ;_ 1 From J.amieson, Tuesdays, Thursdays,, and Saiturdays,.at 5.20 p.m. From`i Miepoll, (Miepoll ':South, .Ka...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 9 January 1885
BOOT.. : SHOEMAKE R, KIRKLAND-STREET, EUROA. Repairs Neatly executed at: Shortcst Notice. . orkmanship and .Material. Guiaraited.: IO LXET TVOQ.VN . And JEWELLER of EURPOA, niay be seen at Mr Tuckett'e Refreshment iiooms's every WEDNESDAY, .·ivlore :orders may-be left any time duninithe -·eek;: HIOMcE PATlIY. MAR TIN' S GENUINE II(iMOPATII1C N EDICINES. The following 12 most commonly used Medicincs, - TINC'URES OR -PILULES In a Carboard Case, and ihcluding DR. RUDDOCK'S WORK, " The Stepping Stone to IIomeopathy and Health," may be obtained, price 12s., from MARTIN PLEASAiNO (Late Martin & Co.), 85 COLLINS ST., EAST, MELBOURINE. ACON. NAP. (:lMonkshood). Chiefly alft circulatory ystenm, Fcvclish Colds, 3ronchitis, .ickei' pox, Croup, Measles, Pleurisy, Gout, 1lead-spots, Searlatina, and Teething of Infants; in Face-ache, Neuralgia, and Congestion. BELLADONNA. (Deadly N2ight shade).-A-iects the braiii and nerves; and is recommcendil in ailments charae terised by Congcestive He...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 9 January 1885
P 1? 'CLUSKEY. vibsh to in form the public that oe hbs V JUST :1ECEIVED La..: '" xtnepsti itcst ck: of. TOBACCOES '-.: Plain 'md Fan,,y Pmj etc,: Which heo =is prepared 'to-scV ' Melliourn riiices , A ' riot) of st'mtmoucmý, pcns, hmlnl Qty; - - m1W19) s on liapd: =a= Impurities of the Blood. Until theose prifying Pills hbvobhd a f.ir trial, lot no one be longer oppresed with tle notion that lhis lady is l ncurable. A few doses will eanovo all disordered actions, rouse the torpid lire, alioers tile obstructed hidnoys, cleanso i0n pr10 blood, and confer on every fnctioln health. fAil vigour. They work a thorough purifcstiol throughout the wholo systom, without disorder ing the natural action ofo any organ. Indigestion, Bilious Corn-' plaints, and Sick Headache. No organ in the human body is so liable to die. order n the liver. ltemombsr whe?l nausse, fl. tulsoncy, or acneidity on tile stomach warns us that digestion is not proceding properly, that Ilollo. way's.Pllls gie strength to ...
The Advertiser PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. "MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." FRIDAY, JANUARY 9th., 1885. RACE MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 9 January 1885
rUBLISHED EVE'EY FRIDAY MORNINiG. " 1MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." :F'RUIDAY, JAlNUARY 9th., 1885. RACE MEETING. TInErE Soeems to be some diversity of obinion as to whether St. Patrick's is- the most suitable day for holding, a race meet ing in Eiroa. Iniour last: issue wie ex pressed our opinion that it was not 'a.suit day; around the diist?ict= ? tIn writinsy thus epri':underi nthe s impresstio that the reason ;g hy?thenraceslast year wvere suchi a comiiete filure. was beause; they had. bsd nsanagement aidreckless expeisditiure b'en recognised as tiedayfor holding thl Euroa races and it has beenpointed out, thsa l arge number, and especially~ the old residents, illn not give theirusual subscriptions if the date islterd"Wii We still say, thatl it s a pitythe rinces are heldon thelio same dy is .other s near by, but as St. Patrick's has been long recog aised As the.dsy for, holding our iraces then byi all mieais kcep to the old dite But let tlihemi liwell manageidanid pro perly worked...
THE PATH. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 9 January 1885
THIE P ,i.AT ::: BY A DRUUKENs rLAOIARIST. r. [A red-nosed specimen of t: fallen; humanity, with a breath odorous of onions and Brougham Lock Whisky, called at our olfice the other day, and in an impressive stage whisper asked to see the editor of the Advre-cser, accompanying his request:'d with an expect-something-good "wink,, and : a lurch which upset a frame and a small boy into the paste tub. , e was informed tlh~t the editor was away with the measles -(he really had to stay at honme while his: only boots were being mended)-but" the: poet left the subjoined " poem,"' saying ~. he would call round again to see how tlid editor took to it. We have made arranged mcents for the poet's reception, and a in?iP?-' no doubt that the red nosed party iwill" not complain of his -welcome on tlid grounds ot want of warmth. -We l?aiW+ sharpened our nails, had our hoots tIoud'. caped, and secured the lease of an ancie mi battering ram. We mea:ito get level with that poet somehow.] . 1 stood on t...
SOMETHING LIKE A BURGLARY. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 9 January 1885
SOMETHING LIKE - A B U RIGLA Y. 'I'nn robbers of India at on:e time carried their ant to sudiei'factiiion that in some places it should be absolutely necessary, " and that not so very: louli ago, to p'ay theli blackmanil to escape their depredations. I Jn Bombay, during .the hot weather, the wealthier Europeans live on hill e esplanade near the seashore in tents or temllporary bungalows, and it used actually to be quite' a cotiiinmi oLccur crl e for a act as Wa r-info,:er'-?il'wr-properly: In the M2adras Presidlecy, sonime twenty years since, an officer on the march chanced to halt at , certain place. The chief of tihe tliieves waited on hii and told hint it was a very bad place, tlherewere so many rogues in it; would the sahib allow theml to do watchman ? Of course, foir a con sideration being understood. No, said the oflicer, lie would post his seiitries as u-aual, and if any thief approached their tents tli thief wouli find himself the worse fir it. The sentries were ac cordingly...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 9 January 1885
PAPER BAG, STIEA PAPERS, s TATIONERY, &cE , TRY THE 'AnVIERTIsER :ffice : I:Is alwdys on hasid: dir ealc *GROCERIES . . :ll kihds, ],ST Q0U\LLTY. SBuildi erials, b NEW ZEA .A ND LOAN '\ I) 31IElRC T1'LE /G]E NY CO , l?Mbourno W. , C-ash.? 's.:d6Ni nce., . s.1 isg:s inist . . C: is : d:P ,n- .. -s."eiii,- for thc e . IUTUAL ASSUR NCE SOGIETY Age it for ,'Cormack Reaper. Land T'ine Binder; nd other ricialtuorllfipeiiients . , '' u: inc "dis, : SOBIE : EED :SOWEER IETER BEY'S DOUBLE ACTIOŽN iThe most Rabour Saving Chu -0 Iho hi r Carinnstsuye o f trc allFrm1lod FRUIT TREES'AT MLELBOURNE ,.. PRICES,t.": : . O' TIHE SaHORTES? . NOTICE. MUT¶IU Lr SSUI&NCE SO CIETLY. OF ; VIC,'ORI "(Li " i?.) Head afieo I79 tIttle Collins street, Vestielbourne.. , ForLifeO Asisrn e and undocments. PohcHi dies Divid tlie Profits. Sch airmnan )rredri klE `Co Tsq F R. S.1 Professeorf theMelbliurneUilversity Ales. Morrison, Esq., M M.L.L.) Principal of Scotch .College, William Siddeleyi(W.Sidde...
EUROA CRICKET CLUB SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 9 January 1885
EUROA - ourollKET CLBJTD SPORTS. •New Year's Eve was calmn, clear, cool,; and glorious, andliassed away as silently as a Scotch Sabbath. "In some places mischief is rife on New Year's Eve, but in our little township cverything was quiet. It was the peace before the mirth of New Year's Day. New Year's Day w-ith glad sunshine mid merry-makers. By ten o'clock there was a perceptible stir, sand when the trains arrived, the crowd at the station was very large. Strings of, happy faced youngsters, and well-dressed men and women congregate in Railway street, and gradually wend their way to the Cricket Ground. It was expected that there would be a large procession of the Friendly Societies, but such was not the case. A small army, however, com prising several from Benalla, arcayedthenm selves behind a very handsome banner, and marched to the ground. A small arniy certainly, but bound by ties of bro therhood for mutual support in dark days of sorrow. Every maan there, feels that. should sickn...
VERY POLITE. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 9 January 1885
VJ ERY POLITE.' O?': of the most ingeniotis and polite methods of. advertisin? for -:stolen:pro thaperty\ as that icsorte3l to by t"entle man?who lhasiii had aiiE fromiburglars Ie iadvertised as follows minthe Dail Advertiser of 1798 M .I.,?? of Sta.nliolpe-street, ipresentedi hiis-- most respectful complimnen"ts` to- tho gentle man who did him the honour of eating a couple of roasted chickens, drinking sundry tankards of ale and three bottles of old Maderia at his house on Monday night. In theire haste'tliey: took away the itank rd/,to which thley: ar: liehartllywelcoine; to i e: tblspooiis, intdlthe light guineas -whicl; were in the old morocco poc1ket :bolk tlicyiie d also- heartily. welcome; but in the said pioclket-beok tlhere ere several loose papers, which consisted of private memorandums, receipts, etc., mand which can be. of no use to his kind and frieiidly visitors, but are iin :..'lortant to'hiim li e tlihiefore hopes and trusts they will .be so polite is to tak somen opp...
Arrival of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 16 January 1885
Arri ial of ?lails. Mails arrive at the Euroa Post Office as follows : From Gooram; MeJiton, Doon;, 'ain dample and Mansfield, at 5.20 p.in., Sun days excepted: From Jamieson, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 5.20 p.m. From6 - Miepollt Miepoll.? South, LKar ramomus South, on- Mondays, Wednes days, andFridhaysat0 al??:.~i ;:s From Shean's Creek, Strathbogie, and Strathbogie West,- on. Wednesdays ., and Saturdays, at 5.30 pm.-. , .a : SFrom Baln.attum, Mondays,3: ?ednes-: - s at From..? l?Moglonemby, Thiurdays; at 5' pm. P Melbourne up and down tram, daily, at. Melbourne up train, daily at 7 '.m:"' Doint train daily, at 6.15 p.m.
EUROA POST OFFICE. Departure of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 16 January 1885
EUROA POST OFFICE. D1eparture of iHnalls. iLtULs close ~it the Euroa Post Oflice as follows: For Goonun, Merton, Doon, Main dample, and Mansfield at 9.40 a.min. daily, Sundays excepted. For Jamieson, Tuesdays, Tlhursdays, and Saturdays, at 10.40 a.m. For Miepoll, Miepoll South (loose bag), and Karraumomus, South . Iondays, Wed nesdays and Fridays, at 11 a.m. Eor Shean's Creek (loose bag), Strath bogie, and Strathbogie West (loose bag). on Wednesdays and Saturdays, at 11 a.m. For Balmattum, Mondays, Wednes days, and Fridays, at 11 a.mi. For l\oglonemnby; Thursdays, at 7.30 p.m. For Melbourne up and dowi .train, daily at 9.40 a.m. For Melbourne up and down trains, daily, at 5.30p.mn..
EUROA RAINFALL FOR YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 16 January 1885
,EUROA RAINFALL FOR YEAR. The following is a complete table of rainfaill.; Months. No.of days. Rainfall. ---January. . 6 3.06 February 4 .32" March 4 1.10 April -. 2 1.01 lMay .8 2.53 June 12 . 4.09 July . 2 - .23 August 9 1.64 Selptenmber- 9 2.01 ' October"' 1.50 - November ,- 3 2 25 December 6 .75 73 20.83 Total for .aame peiod last year. J 77 25.31 Rainfall to end of November. Stmthbogie } .. .. ..8 .anges-? - ..65.: ,.- 23.98 Violet-Town 85 - 16.78 A' mch represents about'a hundred tons per acre
WHAT'S HER ADDRESS? [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 16 January 1885
w IAT'S .HIER ADDRIE§S~ I know a woman wonderous fair A mortal woman shoe Who never runs her neighbors down When she goes out to tea. She.never gossips after church Of dresses or l if hats ; - She never meets the sewing-school, And joins them' in their ciats. She never beats a salesman down Nor asks for pretty plaques ; She never asks the thousand-things:', Which do his patience tax. These atatementsmay seem very strange At least they may to some ,But just remember this my friends, The woman's deaf and dimli.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 16 January 1885
VALUABLE TRUTHS. "If you nre suffering from pnor health 'nr lant.,niiing on a bed of sicki es, 'take rhccr, for HOP BITTERS WILL CURE YOU. " lvyou are a Mintster, and have over 'Ltxed yttself with your tonstoral 'dot its. or n Motlher, worn oat with care 'and work, 1OP? BITTERS WILL RELTORE YOU "If vont are athtan of Ibosines, r 'tabonuer-weakened by tite strain of your every-day duties. or as maln of let Itee, toiling over:yotr midnight wark IIOP BITTERS WILL STRENGTHEN YOU. Itf yo t are stffering fron over eating or drikiltg, atly indiscretion or disi pation or are young and growing too sast, ns is oflett tle case, IIOP BITTERS WILL RELIEVE YOU. "If y?o are ill the workslhop, ol tilh farnt.tat tihe desk, anvwhcrc, and feel thattyotr systlmntlets cleattnsittg, ton i.l or stilnulat'ln, without intoxh t o1101 BITTERS IS WHAT YOU NEED. I" fyInon ar old, and your blood tlin mad ilmpure, pttse feeble, your nerves uisteady. and yotr fatultice wtaimpr. HOP BITTERS \\WILL CVIVE YOU EW LI'E...
A MAN AND A WOMAN KILLED BY A BULL. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 16 January 1885
AMANAND A` \VOMI` ? KILLED BY A BULL~ . . A ' shocking' and m inost- painful acci dent occured at a couintry district called ;"Moighbi, situaite about _lialf a iile' f.romn' Ballymahoin, Ireland,, re cently, when., a srespectable farmer, naimed:-Edwards -.iMulvihill, and his servait' girl ,Mary~ Mora-n; were' both killed by. a bull; the property of bnllviliill It seems that Mullvihill, a wiidowed :sisbter named Mrs Finn, and the; servant girl. lived together in tlI on line ouse. ?He,'- as was his wont, weiit oit on' Wednesday morn ing, i abiot twenty. mninutes - past Six o'clock; to look- aftei the cattle, amongst viicll W;is a young bull. It would seem that on ?ullvihill -ranch ing the field he was set upon b'. ttI. bull, and Irnlle to the ground. A mail, named P ter- Stratffrd, who re sided close by, was passing at this time. and seein, the bull tearing away wiLth his horns at something on the around, lihe immediately l nm and told Mrs Finn, who guessed the true state of the case,...
COMMERCIAL LIVE STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 16 January 1885
co-.nE.nlCI'A?X LIVE STOCK. Vat Cattle.-1868 were penned, prime sold from £10 to £12 0los; good sold from £8 10 .to £9 10 ; .second do sold from £G 10s to £8 Os; ;inferior do sold from £4. ' lrime penslof cows sold'from £7 10s to £9 2s dd'; :good doe sold from £ Os to £7 Os .middling ?uid inferior £4 Os. TFat Calves.-310 weer yardid. Prime ,-sold at from 50s to 70s; good do from 35s to 40s second from ;O to 35s ; in feorior from 10s. ..Fat iheep.-iThe' market was largely .supplied, a great many being 'yarded, the bulk of wldich were of second to inferior quality, with only a small ,proportion of prime. The demand for .)est 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 rvethers, which sold at from 11s. Gd. to 13s Gd, none wereprime. Best in the •wvool, sold at from 14s. Gd. to 15s. Gd.; *others,, from Hs. ...
LOCAL MARKETS [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 16 January 1885
LOCAL M1ARKBETS 'The local mill reports having purchased &lt;luring week, over 1000 bags of:wheat and 350 bags oats, at the following prices: Wheast, 3s 3d to 3s 51d ; oats, 2s 9d to 3i; barley, 4s Gd. M?Ir. P. F. McCluskey reports having -purchased for the week : 54 bags of wheat £4- bags of oats, 22 bags of barley, at the following prices :-Wheat of good quailty in new bags, 3s d ; oats, 2s lld; barley, S4s. d . ':Mr. D.. Casement reports having -:bought for Derhamn and Co :-300 bags .oats. The market opened at 3s. but gadually fell to 2s. 10d., at which price lilmits were withdrawn, pending fresh advices. Mr C. L. Deboos reports prices locally as follows. Fresh butter 71d to 83d Potted butter id to bd. Egge, lid. Carcase pork, under 1001b 4d. Fowls, 2s to 3s per pair. Ducks 3s per pair.. i - Tuikevs 5s to 10s per pair. Sheepskins 3d to 4Ad, lides 2d to 2V\d. iKangaroo skius d to ls. 15. - W'allaby Gd. to 7d. Oppossum 2s Gd to 4s Gd. 3lear 2s Od Wattle Bark, £2 to £C per t...