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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 16 January 1885

Birth.     AT the Manse Euroa on the 13th January, the wife of the Rev. Jas. Weir of a son.

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A STUDY OF BALAAM. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 16 January 1885

A STUDY OF BA-l13AAM. (Fa os rim LITEe.rn W\\TOLD.) Do). >tMIUEL COX has wriLtte a very careful and singularly interesting mono graph on iiaaumi. It is a well-uigh perfecct model of a Biblical exposition and study. To such persons as are not specially given to a painstaking study of the Scriptures, Balahun might not perhapa seem to be a fascinating theme: but we will vouch for it that any intelligent reader of the Bible will lie delighted with Dr. Cox's book. We mIla expres'S the hope that this prince of c.ipositors may be enabled to render such good service s thils to real Biblical study for many years to collme. IBalaam has been a sulj,ct of much enquiry and investigation on the part of such eminenut divines as Cardinal Newman, Bishop utler, the lieov. F. D. Meurince, time R. . 1' . 1\r. oubert soU and Dean ,Stanley. .Dr. Co says that h liatever lie has found to be most helpful amid suggestive in their tieat ieit of the " c.:ignittical figure of the Chaldean Iprphct"-Lhe hais "...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 16 January 1885

For continuation of reading matter see fourth page. Matrimaonlal Notice. A YOUNG GENTLEMAN, resident of the district, desires to correspond with a young LADY, with a view to MATRIMONY. Address, X. Y. Z., Post Oflice, Euroa. For gIale. JPLENDID lot of second-hand BAGS kJ for SALE at LOWEST market PRICES.: : EUROA FLOUR MILLS, Kirkland-street. IAASTE PAPER FOR SALE; Cheap.; 1eetinKri. RACE MEETING. MA MEETING, will be held ori TUES A DAY evening, January 20th at P. F- McCLusrKEY'S. Business : To elect Trustees. NOTICE is hereby given that a MEET ING of the MEMBERS and CON TRIBUTORS to the CHURCH of ENG LAND at EUROA, is intended tobe held at the Shire Hall Euroa, on FRIDAY afternoon the 30th INSTANT at 4 o'clock for the purpose of Electing 3, 6, or 9; Guardians for the Church of England Euroa, for-the current year... E JOHN DEBOOS, Euroa, Hon. See. to the Guardians. Jan. 15th, 1885. - EUROA DIVISION OF THE ELEC TORAL DISTRICT OF MOIRA. N OTICE is hereby given that tile GENERAL LIST 18...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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TRIFLES BY "MOPOKE". [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 16 January 1885

TRILES. Ias ' ,iOPOKE ". "B rusher that's my mate andI thought. that we could eixit in a free arid easy style by going in; for.;bacliclors quarters,, so after lettingeri vceybody :kiow of our in teition, we startcd,;the first; week's bill caine to 45s:.,5s.. more than w~ei wecre in the habit of. parting :with, aind washing not included, with the nekt week a black cloud came up in .the shape of Brusher refusing to do all the washing up, and empty the-slops while I made the beds, and wanted to keep the front door key. The bill that week was £3, the increase was accounted for'by a few friends drop ping in at night and Brusher with that generosity so well-known in the B family (with things that did not belong to them) plied the aforesaid friends with whisky and other light refreshments so that one or two of them went to sleep with their boots on, and their heads in the frying pan (borrowed from the landlady) Brusher didin't turn. up to. the office next day, sending as anexcuso that his ...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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IMPROVED FARMING IN THE NORTH-EASTERN DISTRICTS. (Continued from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 16 January 1885

X WrUOVED rhIY(II& SG I TI111 xOIUT1E-EAsTERw DIqSTIICTS. (raceM TIB LEADE.L) (GContisnuedfrom our last.) His system, it will be remembered; as described by himself to a special reporter of this journal -vas as follows :--" I call the stripper the cheapest haarvester in the world True, it leaves the :straw in the field, but in a' dry district you cannot snake straw into manure in tile- manner .possible in wet districts, different circum atanccs require different plans; :,Instead of reaping the crop and threshing it, so as to get. the straw for feeding- stock and. -nalking sanure; I-strp i: the crop a,: lot. .tthe stock-feed own the: straittn thefTrield.. - Thus they fertilise . the land -and s.avenme the trouble. of "threshing thle t traw; feed-: lug it to them, and afterwitrds carting the ananureout to the fields and. spreading it. I never grow two cereal crops in success ion I. have 500 acres of land ;400 of wheatis under tillage and 100 in grass I fallow half of the tilla...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 16 January 1885

SCHARI MAN, BOOT -SHO0EMAKER, KIRKLAND-STREET, EUROA. Repairs Neatly executed at Shortest - iNotice.: Workmanshii aid. faterial.; Guaranteed. .I 0o-: LE T- T 0 N. And JEWELLER of EUROA, Say :be seen atMr Tuckett's Refreshment -~Rooms -every .:WEDNESDAY, where raeiiwWay be left any tine duirig the H10 M (EO PATIIY MARTIN'S GENUINE HHIEMOPATHIC. - MilDICINES. The following 12 most commonly used . :.. Medicines, - TINCIURES OR PILULES In a Carboard Case, and including DR. RUDDOCK'S WORKl "'The Stepping Stone to Homciopathy, and Health," may be obtained, pricce ls., fron? . ARTIN& PLEASANCE * (Late AMartin & Co.), 85 COLLINS ST., EAST, MELBO URNE . ACON. N.EAP. (Mlfo kshlood) Cliiellyi aifects the ciriculifify sysum, and is cuiaitive ii : all'"cases t Inllauii matory, Cattarhal, and Simple Fevers; f'evezislt Colds; BlSonchitis, Chicken pux, Croup, muleasles, kleurisy, Gotit, Head-spots, Searlatnta, and Teething uo lufunts; in k'ace-ache, 1Neuralgly , and Congestion. BELL...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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EUROA SHIRE COUNCIL. Wednesday, January 14, 1885. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 16 January 1885

IEUROA NImJKLE Co?UNCIL. TWednesday, Janitry 14, 1885. PRESENT: Councillors Gibson (President), McGuinmess, Graham, 'eelands, Ifehir, and Grattan. The minutes of the previous meeting were road and confirmed. CoRn?ESPOxDoxcE. Letters outward were read and adopted, and the following :inward re ceived. S-From the Central Board of Health stating that reports had been received from the head teacher of the Strathbogie State schooll No 2181, 'that cases of typhoid-fever exist in the ineighbour hood of the school, and as this may point to the existence of some polluted water supply or unsanitary condition of -the cesspools, the Board request the attention of the LocalBoard to the matter, with the view of bringing the subject under the notice of Dr. Tuthill the Hiealth-officer. . The secretary reported that this matter had been attended to. From the Department of Public Works stating that they had no objection to the Council deviating a road through allotment 6, parish of Karrantomus, provid...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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GAZETTE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 16 January 1885

?;GAZETTE 1VOTICCEI Regulations are published in connection .-with the grants-in-aid .to agricultural and and horticultural societies, and the grant ::for public parks and gardens. Application for lease approved.--. D.. -Alexander, Caniambo. Issue of new licenses approved.--Thos. D- illon, Gowangardie ; John Field, Boho ; John Morgan, D. Wills, -Balmattunm: - License forfeited.--Alex, -?6rton, :Moglonemby.. .

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VIOLET TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 16 January 1885

VIOLET TOWI. Mr. MeShane has purchased the right of Erazing in the Recreation reserve for a period of nine months, the sum paid be ing £14. A meeting of persons desirous of get ting up a race meeting was held at Lane's hotelon Saturday evening. After some discussion it was decided to hold the races on the 12th of March. Mr. Lane was elected secretary. Another meeting will be held on Saturday evening at Underwood's hotel, when the pro gramme will be drawn up. A large quantity of grain has been, sent away from this station to the metropolis. Every few minutes in the early partof the day farmers arrive with their loads, and the agent for the Melbourne firms toge ther with the, railway officials, are kept busy attending to the despatch of same. On Tuesday 1,500 bags were sent away. Mr. Allen reports prices on that day as follows :-Wheat 3s. 3d. to 3s. 5d. Barley 4s. 7id., Oats, 3a. Id. A meeting for the purpose of inaugurat ing races in Euroa was held at M.Cluskey's on Tuesdays evening ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 16 January 1885

FOR KPER i3SAGS, •.: -.:.TEA.PAPERS, F.. - ??,, ..: . ., .. _ ? r S.T" itO..'E'.. . .. .:11 ," " .. {, AI)YEkTISER" Offie . :Geieri 1 trek eeer, "GROCERIES ý'13ýc,(: . . '.. . ::n'1 y? , A 'Ava .. .nl n . " " a ,r.? -'f:Llle0ýQ U.A. Y* eý "- V I encing wire ,,((hst b linls.) .. \.,entforithe - N L- ZIEAL'AND LOAN AN l). S:1IER?ATILE;, AGENCY: CO .Melboinii?l Cash Ad.hances,iniade agaiinst :, : iGrai andWool .... . s ' }. .. : , i f.-gent for l lthe Conanmercii.Tl Untoa" Fire. ' " T" ' "'iA,ý~uii:iraunc uiciet- - lelbourno . S gent for the MLUTU I ASSURIANCE SOOIE'TYY 0-: VICTORlA.. Agont for M'Corinack iRea-er iuiý' ,Tlminoe I)Binder; and otie AgriculturalImplemeni s,;: including: DOBIE'S SEED- SOWEPR,' PETER BEY'S DOUBLE-'ACTION S CIItURNS, The most Laboir; Saving Churn iKnown.' Cash Buyer of all Farm Prod a FRUIT TREES AT MELBOURNE PRICES;.-. ONl0 THE SHORTEST NOTICE. MUTjUAL ASSURANCE' SO-" CILTY. OFo :VICTORIA (LIMITED.) iHead Office,79 Little Collins street, West Melbourne. For...

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DAIRY PRODUCE, HIDES ETC [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 16 January 1885

DAIRY I' PRODUCE. HIDES ETC Shlassrs. M'Kay and IF'Donald report I lanrge quantity of produce to hand to day, which met with brisk competition. and sold at the following quotations: Cheese: Primeno quality in good demand, und.sold at- from &d. to G?d.';per lb. ; .medium, 4kd. to 5d. ; inferior from 4d. Iotted Butter. Prime new make, 9d. to 9jd. per lb. ; good old, Gd. to 7.d. per lb Fresh Butter Choice dairies up to 10d. ,miedium, 9.d.; inferior. 71d. Eggs, from 12d. to 1Gd. per dozen. Bacon: Smoked .hams, 1ld.; sides, 8d. to 9d; flitches, 7sd; :do., green, from ?Ad. to Gd., according to S-.quality; Honey, 5 d. for.goodgarden lot's; hbush, 3d. to 4d. B3eeswax, 9d. per lb. :Lard, 5d. to Gd. per.lb. Turkeys, from 14-is. to 15s. per pair; ducks, 5s. to Gs.; Geese, to l0s. ; fowls, 3s.-6d.-to 4s. Car case pork, dairy fed, Gd. per lb,

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CHURCH OF ENGLAND EUROA. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 16 January 1885

CHURCH OF ENGLAND   EUROA.   The inhabitants of Euroa and the dis- trict will be glad to learn that the Right Reverend the Lord Bishop of Melbourne has forwarded to the Reverend Lawson Wilson his license to conduct Divine Ser- vice in the Church recently erected at Euroa. After referring to the building which is to be called, dedicated, and con- secrated by the name of: "Saint Paul's," the license goes on to say : "Now, therefore, know ye that we, taking the premises into our consideration have thought fit, and do accordingly by these presents, authorise and appoint the said building to be used and frequented   as a place of Public Worship, according to the Rites of.the Church of England, and we do hereby grant our FULL LEAVE, LICENSE, and AUTHORITY to the. said Rev- erend Francis Lawson Wilson, minister of the Parochical District of Euroa, afore- said, duly appointed and licensed for the cure of souls in the said Parochial Dis- trict, and to h...

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The Advertiser PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. "MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." FRIDAY, JANUARY 16th., 1885. THE PACIFIC EMBROGLIO. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 16 January 1885

PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNI G. "' MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE.' FRIDAY, J'ANUARY 16th:, i885:. THE PXCIFIC EAIBRO(LIO,. Punric feeliig runs high in relation to the German:occupation of New Guinea, mid --furthler' contemplated annexa tioii i of'the Pacific Islands by the .Frenchil Republic and the d.German Empire Ri That Australia has been de ceived ` or Lord Derby befobled is certain. We were assured that there was no danger to be dreaded from any foreign power relative to New Guinea ; and Lord Derby asserted in the House of Lords that the scare was without any cause. It would be interesting to learn what his lordship thinks and says now I Was he outwitted by the astute Bismarck, or did he think to quiet and satisfy us by making official statements, which are proved to be false 1 By this time Lord Derby will iTaie- learhed that we are not so easily satisfied by his. vague statements, nor are we willing to submit quietly to his vascillating and unpatriotic actions. No more positive ca...

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TAMLEUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 23 January 1885

TAlJILEVCtI k(FrOi OUR OW.0TcoanEsi,'OTv..): i? VWhat amerry timenio we.are having witl tils unusuilly 'alu '.weathe, it lias. a district, water -is fast disappearingn, and some farmers have to drive their stuck considerable.. distances to quenchl their tlirst, while others are fortunate enough to have abundant supplies of really good water within an easy reach of them., - : " Thrashing' is nearly completed and machine-owners will: very' soon be com pelled to draw their machines in the sheds unless tliey go'-'down 1 towards'.Kyneton, .rhich,: I believe, some..of;.them, intend Sdoing: I 'a sorry tb'say that this lias"not been ac good Sedson'for either farmer or minachine-owner. - I tliiiik thie majority: of farmdorsi; iii this locality;, s.trippedi their; crops tlis; year . .-': 1#Notwithstandii~ii the'scarcity of water 'some evil disposed -person i'or persons airiused themselves; on; ilhe?afterioon to Suinday lth inistant, by' wilfully causing thle water.tin the tanks of thoe Tamlei...

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EUROA POLICE COURT. Friday, January 16th. Before Messrs. McGuinness, and McKenna J's.P. WITHDRAWN. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 23 January 1885

EURII.OA POlICE COURT. Friday, January 16th. Before M?essrs.?McGuinness, andMcKenna J's.P. WITDRAW. i The adjourned cases against Thomas Wignell, and others for rremoving bark from Crown La'ids were. withdrawn, as Cosistabl Ori stated he had visited the land arid had ascertained that it was private property. FOUL WORK.: 1W. Neelands was charged with shooting five fowls the property of II., Elliott. The plaintittf deposed that on the 30th of Decembni r, the defendaixt complained that his fowls were a complete nuisance, as they were continually comting over to his yard. The plaintiff then tried to ruhn them down, so as to catclhthelm, and lock them up. Some of thetiim flew over to Neeland's yard, and as fast as they did so, they were shot by the defendant. To Defendant :.You:did "not. give ino inotice you would shoot my fowls if I did. not keep tlhem away. I told.you to knock tliden over with a stone if they came isito 1t,1 llatt s owls had been a great nuisance to him, and lie had re...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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RAILWAY FREIGHT ON GRAIN [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 23 January 1885

A conference was held in the Shire-hall Benalla on Monday to consider the ques tion of fireight on grain. Present : Mr. Little, president' of the Benalla shire, Councillors Phillipson' (Wangaratta), Carmody (Oxley), Grattan (Euroaf, M'Kiiity, president of the North Ovens shire, Harrison and James (Benalla. On the motion of Councillor Phillip son, Councillor Little took the chair. He explained the object of the meeting.. Councillor Phillipson referred to the general agitatioli from all parts of the country relative to the carriage on grain from the country to the seaboard.-: Most of the farniers were astonished at the result of th?e commissioners' deliberitions in the matter of the reduction of thegrain freight After referring to the injustice of a man within.fifty-two miles of Melbournelpay iug a certain rate,' while another one fifty three miles away had to pay a higher rate per ton per mile, he stated that it was not somuch a question of makingthe lines pay as of keeping the peopl...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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THE NEW DOG ACT [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 23 January 1885

TIM 1ZW ]DOG ACT Under the provisions of the now Dog Act, which came into force on.the 1st instant, every 'downer niust register his dog on or before the first day of !March, and on paying the fee of ,ive shillings must send or deliver to the registration officer a description of the dog or dogs registered. The .penalty. for making a false declaration resliecting any of the re quired particulars of -description is not less thani 10 shillings no more than £2. In any proceeding for non-registration it shall not be necessary under this Act for the informant to establish the fact of non registration, but the proof of due regi stration will lie on t!e defendant. The registration officer, however, is liable to a fine of ten shillings for each offence should lie ncglecl or refuse to deliver or send to the person registeriing a proper receipt. The penalty for non-registration before the 1st March is not less than five shill ings, nor more than ten shillings, in ad dition to the registration...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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EUROA RAINFALL FOR YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 23 January 1885

EUROA RAINFALL FOR YEut. The following is a complete table of rainfall : Months. No.of days. Rainfall.0 n7.u'J-iU arjr ... 3.00 February 4 .32 Sarch 4 L10 April 2 L01 lay '8 2.53 June 12 4.09 . .uly: 2 23 Angst 9 L 4 Se?tembr 9 2.01 October.50 November 3 2 25 December 6 .75 73 20.83 Total for sameou . period last year. J 77 25.31 Rainfall to endof November. Place No. of days Rainfall.; VimgE- -. , - .65 . 3.98 i T-io wnt'T:: -. 0 .?.'' 1.78 Anu inch represents about a hlundred tos per acre.- _ ;

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STRATHBOGIE NORTH. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 23 January 1885

SIATi:T:IB(ICjE X:?RT?[. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDRNT.) Harvesting is now in full swing hero, it Leing somewhat later by ten days than last season, and judging fromn appearances I should think the farmners will have nothing to complain about in regard' to yield, whatever the price many be. ; A most remarkably narrow escape front Ai serious fire liappened at Mr. D. Cros hie's.farmn on Saturday last.. -Having just c- 6omuenced, carting,? iii hay, oine of the yvaggoni Wheels pssed over a box of wax n- atcds tliat'evidently had been dropped duri?.g?.the cutting of the crop, and it mnust hare takesomo tito ?If atY v "-uhe paddock-.Bat had it-net bee- tie would have savedd.'l with a heavy cropof lio . M?J e juuantity of fencing, which sam t ive $done.. The weather has been unnsually let during the past week' the glass regilter _ng from 90 to 100, which has had the a-ffect of-biriging .the crops all ripe-at once, and this will be severely felt owing to the scarcity of farm hands. I think if...

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The Advertiser PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. "MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." FRIDAY, JANUARY 23rd., 1885. TRAVELLING SHEEP. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 23 January 1885

SPUILISH?ED: EVERY; FRIDAY . 3iORniNG. " MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE. " FRIDAY, JANUARY 23rd., 1885. . TRAVELLING 'SHEEP. Wlrrmso on this- subject the " Goul burn Advertiseir ,' ays :-The damaige to property by -travelling' sheep is already too keenly felt by farmers in this district to render a relation of re cent offences a noelty.." Tlhe idrover in chlarge geiuerally hails from New South W ales, or is a bird of passage, whichl in the; circumstanices,' is as> effective: His presence in Victoria, it is notori ous, is to save the lives of his flock or keep them in condition. . His destina 'tion is niowhere, iut if -cornered by a Crown Lands :bailiff, hlis employer's probably, over-stocked: yic?orian -pro perty is stated to be the end of all his hopes.-, :He is simply and. purely -d i griass loafer." If fortune seems to smile upon thelprosecutor,f and ? he' ob tains a conviction acamist the 0oflendcr, it vihil depend: greatly upion the Aet tander which proceedings have been in stitu...

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