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MARRA WEENEY. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 23 January 1885

[FROM OUR OWN CORlsRESPONDENT.] Hfiarvest operations in this, place; will soon'.be ovaer. `The' weather; hais' been exceedingly warm lately, on Friday the Thermometer registered 93 in the shade, but a :elc:ime clha ge took place on Satur day as a' gentle rainset in about 10 o'clock and conitinued ,till nearly 3 p.m.' wheni after a. heavy shower it cleared up again. Before Chiristmas we experienced cold and wet.weathir the heat then set' in rather" soon and I am afraid ripened the crops rather prematurely however there will be somie good yields. Si amn sorry to hear ithat. typhoid fever has broken out in Euroa, but I amghlld to find you ave all so well supplied \vitli skil ful medical men to grapple with the dis ease; according to the 3enalla ,Stanlard they succeeded in performing a very critical operationon averymuch respected resident of Strathbogie and the journal in question after pointing out the several parts performed by Dr. Tuthill amid Dr. M'Call rather unkindly omitted to s...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MOGLONEMBY SCRIBBLINGS. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 23 January 1885

tEOGLOEEIIMY SCRIIB IBLINGS. Br "Han Teaes." Since "Incog." wished us ' A Happy New Year", he has collapsed'; now I don't awant to see our parish neglected, so as I ;hear our old corres ndent has given up writing; I have tak the liberty to send along a few lines. But please correct the spelling; Mr. Editor. I' am not a bad writer, as the phblie will see when this appears in priat, but I will own. that -pelling is not, sy stroq est fork. If " ineog." or any other psemo feels in clined to write~ about our sayinge and doings, it will relievesme o a duty which I have reluctantly imposed apon myself, and I assure you that I will not take it nis?s if they do. I have introduced my self,. and must now proceed to business, only stepping to add that as everybody .knows me, I shall adopt the noi depm'lume -of "Hard Times." - I saddled my old moke on' New. Year's Day anid went to the sports at Euroa, and -njoyed myself about as much as anybody .else. - There was only -one drawback to -the affai...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
VIOLET TOWN POST OFFICE. Departure of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 23 January 1885

' 'VIOLET TOQW POST.. OFFICE." Dejvarztuai of -€l.Is. MairLs close at Violet Town iPoat Offici rs follows: SFor Melbourne daily at 9.30 a.m., and 5.30 p.nm. SForTamleugh, TiamloughlNorth, (loost baig), aiid Caniambol-Moondays, Wednes days, and .Fridays. Mails made up pro vious night 8 p.m. : .-, For MTarinrweeney '(loose bag), Bolic (loose bag)" and Strathbogie North (loose bag)-Tuesdays, and Fridays, 10.40 p.m. Foi Barrington's, Caniambo (loose bag) --nl1iday.s, 'Wednesdays, and Fridays. Mails; made up,previous iight 8 p.m.

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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GAZETTE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 23 January 1885

CAZETTJE YOTIC~ y Application for licenses under Iand Act 186) refused.-'11Win Kahoa, Warrenbaynuc Bridget Bourke; H. Wall, T. T. Keenan;, J. Russell, J. Jones, G. Willains, Gowan gardie; J. Bell; Goomtalibee ;'Grace C. Beggs, II. Purchase,i' J:."3uden, A: Ewert, C. Ewert, Moglonemby. Applications for licenses approved.- MR. Garrett, junr., Miepoll ;'Harriet Wilson, Mary J. Farrin, Warrelbayne ; J. Tierney, A. J:. Smith, Gowanbardie; E. Cain, Tatong ; Jane Stenibridge, MiepolLh Transfer. of leases registered.- Samuel= Young,: Karramonius, to Thos. Icki; James Mooney, Kialla, to Jolui Donovan Humphrey Grattan, Marraweeny and Euroa,'to Mary Faris.

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 23 January 1885

FOR PAPER :BAGS, TEA PAPERS,,. i STATIONERY, &c., TRY THE : "ADVERTISER'.' Office. . .. eneral S. torekee.er, ' ners always on hand for sale . alOvaisiCed Iron,. . Linie, e- : ncing wirec (bct brands.)` Agcut for tihc NEW\\T :ZE=,LAND LOAN. AND.' MERCANTILE :'GENC" Y : COO Melbourn- . Cash Advances mado against Grai and Wool. Agent for the Co,-mmercisalt Union Lire A- . Araince .ociety. , '?,clbourfie,, MUTUAL ASSURANCE SOIETY OF VICTOIRIA e.i nt for i'Cormiackl?:.. ', Reaper aiidi Twine .' .,.'. ' erdB i d;' oth :r gkib .i , ultur ~ liini linei tets,"' inchiding i' . DOBIE'S SEED SOWER, PETER BEY'S DOUBLE ACTION CHURNS, The most'Labour Saving Churn Known. Cash Buyer of all Farni PrFnd FRUIT TREES AT MELBOURNE PRICES O' TU' E SHORTEST NOTICE. -TIKE MUTUAL ASSURANCE SO CIETY. OF .VICTORIA (LIMITED.) Head Office, 79 Little Collins street, West Melbourne. i DI)RECTonR: Mr Thomas Loader, (T. Loader & Co., chairman,) Fredriek IM'Coy Esq,, F. R. S.. Professor' of' the Melb...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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LOCAL MARKETS [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 23 January 1885

" .LOCAL MAhllKETS. 'The local millrieports lhaving purchased -durling week, over 1500 bags of wheat :u"d 150 bags oats; at' the following prices : Wheat, 3s 4d to 3s 5d; oats, 2s 5d to 2s Gd barley, 4s 4d. Mr. P. '. McCluskey reports having purchased for the week: 70 bags of wheat 75 bags of oats, 22 bags of barley, at the followhing prices :-1heat of good quailty -in new bags, 3s 3Id; oats, 2s Gd; barley, 4s. 4d4. Mr. D. A. Casement reports, having bought for Derhamn and Co:--150 bags oats.up to. 2s. Gd., 200 barley to 4s. 4d. %Mr C. L. ])cboos reports prices localy.ase follows. Fresh butter 71d to Sid Pott.ed butter id to Gd.: Eggs-lld. Fowls, 2s to 3s per pair. Ducks 3s per pal:. Turkeys 5s to 10s per pair. Sheeplkiisi 3d to 4i1d. Hides 2d to 21d. SKa'ngaroo skins 9d to is: Id. Wallaby Gd, to 7d. (Opeossuom 2s Gd to 4s Gd. L;ear s ,i :-attle Lark, £2 to £6 per todn leutter (print), 7d .to 8d per lb.; prime new cask,, 7.d dlo Sd -eggs, lid. honcy, 31d to l4d per lb.;pigs :dlto 4,...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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DAIRY PRODUCE, HIDES ETC [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 23 January 1885

D) tRY PR±OIUCE. LIDES ETC e.asrs. )MCay and xx Doiiold rieport - large quantity oý,tirdduce- to hand to ?day, whichLiuet with brisk comcpetition. and sold - at the "followiiig- iuotations : Chesc: Prime qualitjy i good demand, -and sold at from Gd. to Gbd. per, lb. ; o.ndium, 4.{d. to 5d. ; iunferior from 4d. Potted Butter. -Prime oidw ? make, 9d. to -ad. ipair:b.; good old, Gd. to 7Id. per lb -Fresh Butter Choice dairies up to 10d. -medium,; 9·d.; inferior. 71d. Eggs, from ?12?L to 16d.er dozen. . Baceun: ~mked hams? lld.; sides, 8d. to Od; flitches, 744d; <do.,; reoei,' from 5.d. to id., according to -qulaity:; Ioncy, 5[d. for good garden lots; Sbush, did. to 4d. Beeswan, 9d. per lb. lardl,'-d. to Od. per lb. Turkeys, from 14s. to 15s. per luir; ducks, 5s. to Gs.; geese, to 10s. ; fowls; Ss. Gd. to 4s. Car casepork, dairy fed, Gd. per lb,

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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VIOLET TOWN POLICE COURT. Tuesday, January 20, 1885. Before Messrs. McCormick, P.M., and H. Linard, J.P., DEBT CASES. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 23 January 1885

VIOLET TOWN POLICE COURT. Tuesday, Janiuary 20, 1885. Before Messrs. McCormnick, P.MI., ani H. Linard, J.P., DEBT CASES. Bond v. Daiwsoin:-No jurisdictiorn cover £1 8s., balance owed' for hire of horse. 'Verdict for asiiount clainied? Sarah French vC.' .' tEaert.-=-ork and labor done. No jurisdiction. Dismissed.' ASSAULT. Mrs. 1. Nuby v. J. Drawitt. No juriidiction i. Dismissed. CARELESS USE OF FIRE. Police v. H. Goodall for careless use of fire. Case withdraw. Same v. Margaret Hoskins for careless use of fire.   Constable Hartshorn said that on the 31st of December he noticed some smoke about a quarter of a mile from town, and on going to the place found that a fire had been lighted by defendant for the purpose of washing, and about an acre and a half of grass burned, an adjoining farmer named Croxford and his two sons were engaged putting it out.   John Croxford corroborated the evi   dence given by Constable Hartshorii, and defendant was fin...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
VIOLET TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 23 January 1885

A large anmoint of iheait lits been de livered at the station during the past week. Messrs. Vhitefield,: , Bros.::;I being the largest purchasers, giving top imarket price every day, they have about 1,000 bags stacked on the end of the goods sheds platform, and even still adding to it. The town has been greatly benefitted by this new firm this year, in the way of wheat buying &c., they are giving the highest possible price. - . Mr. P. Keene reports prices as follows : -Wheat, 3s. 4.d. ; Oats, 2s. Gd. to 2s. Sd.; Barley, 4s.;3d. Mr. Allen reports :--Wheat, 3s. 5d. Oats, 2s. 5d. to 2s. 8d.; Barley, 4s. 4d. M-r. Noakes, Pharmaceutical Chemist,. at the suggestion of Dr. Tuthill has pur chased- the business lately' carried on by Mrs. Page. He. has'furnished the shop. wvitl? a new and. complete stock, as he notifies iii another column. The fact of this gentlemen having been dispenser in the well-known establishment;of Messrs. \V. Ford and Co., and the testimonials he has are a gua...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 23 January 1885

JAMES O'SHEA, KIRKLAND - STREET, FRUITERER & CONFECTIONER, :B EGS to notify to the residents of Euroa that he always keeps on hand' a good stock of Fruit, - Toys, Fancy Goods, and School Requisites. Which are sold at the Lowest Prices. -Note ti 'aAddress,-- . KIRK;LAND- STR EET,`'' EUROA. P F. M'CLUSKEY vwishes ..to, in form the public that" he hais ' . 'JUST RECEIVED An extensive stock of TOBACCOEG, CIGARm9s, Plain and Fauny Pipes, etc, Which lie is prepared ,to sell at ei :; elbourie. Prices. A varieiy of:'statioine; y, iels, ink, etc alwhays on hand. THE WONDER - OF THE WORLD HERMAN'S vo?a-RLssiENOWsNED S HEEPWA51H. AND Celebrated Vermin Destr?yer. , T'hislipreI tion is kniown throughogit the civilised worla to be far superior to anything yet discovered for Eradicating Tic, Scab, or Lice, on Sheep, Coats, or Itis sufficlent to say that" One Shilling Packet of Powder dissolved in two buckets of water will wash eighteen sleep ; This a?lmits the most economical, as well as t...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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MISS MADISON'S MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 23 January 1885

M..ISS, IMADISON'S MATCH. -ILDGE MADISOx was good looking. She was neither too tall nor too shot;, too plunmp nor too skinny. She had a clear complexion, regular features, and a pair of wonderfully attractive liquid girey eyes. She had also an undeniable knack;of so manipulating her sometimes rather shabby clothes that the beholder ceased to remaik theirshabbiness in the distinction of the wearer. Net that she liked'shabbv clothes-she loathed them with a fervour few people credited her. with,butshe was essentially aself-contain-. ed persoa, and endured the minor ills of life with gracefull' fortitude. The IMadisoins had never any money to speak of, and just now things had come to a crisis with them. :' What on earth's to be done with all 3~iyou girls?"' Colonel Madis6oi hIal asked helplessly, of his four motherless ' daughters thatt norilag tit :'reail:f est. It -was the Cltriltmas holidays, and ilh,.threae younger ones had oft course,' turned up with tle Christmns bills, equally-im...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 23 January 1885

- . BOOT SHOEMAKER, j"RKLANID-STREET, EUROA. SRepairs Neatly oxocuted at. Siortte, NoticO. W orkmanship and Material Guaranteed 1~T~I0 L. EjT And JTEILLERt of EUROA, aii ho3 son iat Mr Tuckett's Refreshenent - ." pins~ every ;VEDNESDAY, =whom (-Je rs m ay be lelt :iny. time iduing ;the vo~ekr ~~ ri. ,-; - :-: HOMCEOPATHY. M:AR TIN'S tENUi OE- JKr EMOPATJIH 1 ? MEDICINES. The following 12 most commonly. used * ".- I.djcdi.icsi . .c:s o-.· . TINCTURES OR PILULES SIn a Carboard.Case, and including DR. hRUD.DOCi'S WORK, " The Itepping Sone to Homaoopathy and Eealthl," may be obtained, price S 12s., from XARTINI&PLEASANGE (Late 3Martin' &Co.),: 85 COLLINS ST;.' EAST MELBOURNE. ACON. NAP. (Iotediood) Chiefly affects the circulatory systlcmi and is curativo in all cases" of 1nflaiU imatory, Uuttarhal, and Simple PI-, . 'veisiiasult4 U nq mvCntus, '"Ciicken pox, Cr'oup, Jleaisles, Pleurisy, Gout; Riead-siots, Scarlatiia, and.Teethiug of itifants; in iace-uclie, Neunlgia, and...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 23 January 1885

For*,lale. ,W ASTE PAPER FOR SALE, Cheap. Ad ertiser Office.- .. o*n t etc..' BLACK or Dark Brown well-bred trwo Syear old FILLY iio. visible brands running ini my p:iddocks. Owner . can obtain same by payment of exlpcises. HENRY PARKER, ., 'Edenvale, Boho. * : Matrimoniral T'otic.e.. A YOUNG GENTLEMAN, resident of the district, desires to correspond with a young LADY. with a view to LMATRIIMONY. Address, X. Y. Z., Post Office, Euroa. Cilaurclh oticte. WESLEYAN CHURCH, EUROA . S. SU , JAUAen 25Tif 1885. V Y. S. SCHOLES. will- preach in the - n Morning iit 11 o'clock.. Subject: "A Bad King and A Worse Queen.", : CHURCH OF ENGLAND. TrHE REV. F L. ,WILSOI.' will conduct Divine. Service as follois : At Euiroa next Sufiday Morning, .uad at Violet Town in the Evening. * - 1.snitelt WT ANTED a -BOY to learn the s». PRINTING TRADE. F. S; NEALE, "AuvERTIisE "Euiroa. 'TANTED 'CORRESPONDENTS iii - the country; districts;: Full pair ticulars at this ofice. W ANTED FILES of tihe " iEuro Advertis...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Arrivals of Mails [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 23 January 1885

. A ArrivaIs of IYM[ils.. MAiis arrive at Violet Town Post Oflice as follows: Froni Melbourne daily 10.35 a.m., and 7'.0 p.m. : From Tanleuglh, Tamleuglh iorth, and CaQnlambo--Mondays, * Wedncsdays,' aind Fridays, 4.30 p.m. , . .. Fronm Mafrraveeney, IBolo, and Stratl bogie Nortlh-Tuesdays, and Fridays, (f.30 p.m. F roml Gowangardi,--Tuesdays, and Fridays 10 a.m. From lBarringtoni's, Caniambo-Mon days, Tuesdays, and Fridays, 4.30 p.m. For continuation of reading mntter s6o fourth uinaue?. ea?

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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COMMERCIAL LIVE STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 23 January 1885

COMMIEnICJA.L LIVE STOCK. Fat Cattle.-1300 -rere penned, -prime sold from £10 to £12 10s ; good sold fronm £S 10s to £9 10; second do sold frorn £6 10s to £8 Us; inferior do sold from £5. lPrime pens of cows sold from £7 10s to £8 s Gd ; good do sold from £5 Os to £6 Os; middling and inferior £4 Os. Fa?' Cah-es.-18J were yarded. Priame -sold at from G0s to 80Os; good do from 40s to 50s ; second from 25s to 35s; in ferior fronm 10s. 1at sheep.-'The market was largely -supplied, acgreat many being yarded, the bulk of which were of second to .iniferior quality, with only a small ?proportion of prime. The demand for best descriptionis was brisk, mnd for such fully last week's rats were main tained, but mididling and inferior sorts wore. dull of sale, and prices ruled low, YVer few crossbreds were penixed.'aid with the exception of a few shorn wethers, which sold at frout 11s. Gd. to 13s Gd, none wereprime.lHest in the wool, sold at from 14-s. Gd. to 15s. Gd.; others, from 9s. Prime meri...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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THE GOVERNOR'S TRIP TO THE NORTH-EASTERN DISTRICT. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 23 January 1885

JIiE GOWEInon's Wart TO TIr VOIITIE-E?.TEwUI DISx TIxCT. On Saturday morning the vi?.-regal perty paid a short visit to Wandiligong, -where a quartz crushing mill, which is driven by - water power, was. inspedted. "The occurrence of a shower of rain.pre rented a prolonged -examination of the works being made, and the party pushed 'on to the Oddfellows'- Hall, where his Excellency had a rdcoption. , Thl next proceeding was the formal opening of the telegraph liio ,to" Wandiligong. by the Governor, special arrangements having been made for the event. The excursion ists then ret8rned to Bright,:passing many points of interest avid well known.niines on the way, Wanidiligong having the reputation of producing a larger quantity -of gold for its size than any other town in Victoria. After lunch a start was made for Myrtleford, and shortly after four o'clock the party took their seats in the special train which was awaiting their .arrival, and, amidst the cheers of: the -assembled populace,...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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A BRASS BAND. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 23 January 1885

A BRASS BAND. Ox Wednesday week several gentlemen met at Sutherland's hotel, and decided to form a brass barid for the toiil. This is certainly i stop in the iright direction, and we are glad to see that the imatter has been. taken up so warmly.. Every up country town should, if possible, have a band, and for many reasoins; it cultivates in the younger portion of tlhe cominunity a love for music; it is a necessity at mnost dll public gatherngs ; it saves expensein having to engage a band-from neighbour ixg towits, and it will save the repetition of the aninoyance that'the Euroa.Spoits Colituiittee had overtlheir band experience. The establislumidnt of a good band- should receive the hilrty support of all townis people, as all trust, in the course of a little time to lhave the pleasure Of>IJis inig tliei perfurim of mn 3veiiing - Tlelpr oft3hs'ls ritisowil h' e s the : greiit c t O stacle to' meet, but we feel confident that these will be overcome, as the Euroa people are ever wil...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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GAZETTE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 30 January 1885

Auctionoeers' licenses have been issued .tn .Tcsse W.atts and Edgar Sleo. The services of the following persons will be required in the Railway depart ment :--Four house painters, one fitttcor, one tinsmith, 40 permanent-way repairers, 10 engine-fitters, two carpenters, three carriage-builders, two boilermakers, one man for drilling-nachine, one man for screwing machine, two instrument makers 13 apprentices, 15 ordinary laborers and coalmen, one youth for steam hammer, eight drill-machine boys, 25 junior clerks. The regulations under which the employes will be engaged are published, and also the terms of paymont.

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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EUROA RAINFALL FOR YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 30 January 1885

EUROA RAl'FALL FOB YEAR. ' The following is a completo table of .rainfal : Months. No.of days. Rainfall. January 0 3.00 F: ebruary 4 .32 .March 4 1:10 .April . 1.01 May 8 2.53 . June 12 4.09 ,July 2 '.23 August 9 1.64 September 9 2.01 .October ?. 6 1.50' :November 3 2 25 :December 6 .75 73 20.83 Total for same? .. period last year. f 7 `7 i 25.31 Rainfall to end of November. Place No. of days Rainfall. Strathbogie 1 Ranges - 5 23.98 Violet 'Town 65 ;" 16.78 'An inch represofits aboita hundred 5 tons per acre. :. ". ?i

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ENGLAND IN EGYPT. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 30 January 1885

ENGLAND IN EGYPT. I Tui plot thickens;. the war clouds lower; the complications multiply ; the end or issue is far off and doubtful. Such is a sententious statement.of the present aspect of the affairs of the English in ?Egypt. Such muddle and weakness ; sdch vigor and vacillation; such statements and actions, were surely never before heard of or seen as have marked the unfolding of events in Egypt since the.. British fleet opened fire upon the forts of Alexandria. This Gladstone muddle, par excellence, will bring the Empire no kudos, whatever way the present expedition to Khartoum turns out, will cost millions in co,in, thousand of precious lives, and in the end only serve to enlarge the area of conflict, multi!,ly difficulties in the \'ay of settling the affairs of Egypt, alnd possibly force England e'ther -t rtilre. from her prot etorate or drive her it,o the wild vortex of sanguinary conflict to maintain her footing, defendil he rights and protect, her int:reasts. Doubtless the ...

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