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COURTS OF PETTY SESSIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 30 January 1885

The following are the fixtures of Mr. G. D. M1'Cormick, P.M., up to the end of M:reh ll next: AvwETxL.-Friday, January9, February 6, March G. BEnALLA.-?Monday, January 12 and 26, February 9 and 23, March 9 and 23, at 11.30 a.tu. Euano.-Friday, January 16 and 30, February 13 and 27, March 13 and 27. VIOLET Tows.-Tuesday, January 20, February 17, March 17.

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FROM BENALLA TO BENDIGO. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 30 January 1885

So7M IBENATELA TO r JLE XJElIGO. e An esteemed correspondent sends us at e account of his holiday travels :-I had, 0 many months ago, promised myself a trig if acr"ss country, as a change from the usual .s route; also to learn by ocular demonstra i tion more of the internal geography oi n Victoria; and circumstances were never more favorable for such sa journey than towards the close of last moe nh. o Accordingly, at half-past three on the it afternoon of the 18th ult., having safel3 packed on board our trap all the requisite t paraphernalia, we, namely, my better half, myself, and family, started from h. home for the town of Benalla, which we t, reached atafew minutes after six. Hlavinr d previously received an invitation fron e some Benalla friends to spend a nigh :e or so with them, we drove up to thei .r house just at tea-time, and were vern n warmly welcomed. This part of ou e journey, viz., from Glenrowan to Benalla needs no description from me, as thi r nmajority of your read...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LOCAL MARKETS [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 30 January 1885

LOCAL MARKETS The local nill reports having purchased ..during week, over 1500 bags of wheat and 150 bags oats, at the following prices : Vhoat,.3s.4 Ad to 3s 5d ; oats; 2s id to 2s Gd: -barley, 4s 2d. IMr. P. F. McCluskey reports having purchased for the week : 70 bags of wheat. 75 bags of oats, 22 bags of barley, at the .following prices :-Wheat of good quailty ,in new bags, 3s 3d ; oats, 2s Gd; barley, 4s. 2d. [r. 7). A.. Casement -reports .having .bought for .Derharn' and Co :-150 .bags .oats.up to 2s. Gd., 200 barley to 4s. 2d. Mr C, L. 1)eboos. reports prices locally as follows.- Fresh butter Sd to 9d Potted butter 6d to 7d. Eggs, 10d. Fowls, 2s to 3s per pair. Incks-0s,per.pair. .Turkeys 5s to 10s perpair. Sheepskins 3d to 4sd. Hides 2d to 2,d. Kangaroo skins Od to is. Id. _XVallaby Gd. to 7d. S'Oppossum 2s Gd to 4s Gd. Bear 2s ,,Gd J. E. Handbury and Co. report : Butter (print), 7d to Wd per lb.; prime new cask, 7 d to S.;d; eggs, 10d. honey, 31d to 41d per lb..;pigs 3d to 4...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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DAIRY PRODUCE, HIDES ETC [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 30 January 1885

~DAIRY PRODUCE. HIDES ETC .Mxessrs. 1'KEay .and .I'Donald report :alaqge quantity of produce to hand to-: slay, which met with brisk competition. -and sold .at the .following quotations:! ? heese: Piime quality in good demand, .and sold at from Gd. to Gad. per lb. ; medium, 5d. to 5d. ; inferior fromn4d. Potted Butter. Prime new make, 10d..to\ .1,d. -per lb. ; good old, 9d. to' 10d. per lb Fresh Butter Choice dairies up to is 4d. medium, 11Wd.; inferior. 7.d. Eggs, from 12d..to.l3d. per dozen. Bacon: Smoked .hams, 9Id.; sides, Sd. to 9d; flitches, 7Id; do., green, from 71d. to Sd., according to q.uality; Honey, 4?-d. for good garden lots; ,bush, 3d. .to Ad. - Beeswax, d. per lb. Lard, 5d. to Gd. dper lb. Turkeys, from .14s..to .16s. per pair; ducks, 5s. to Gs.; .geese, to 7s. ; fowls, 3s. Gd.. to 4s. Car ;case pork, dairy fed, Gd. per lb,

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 30 January 1885

Birth. PLEASENTS.-On the 29th inst., at the National Bank, Euroa ; the wife of W. B. Pleasents of a daughter.

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ANNEXATION IN THE PACIFIC. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 30 January 1885

ANNEXATION IN THE PACIFOIC. Oun forecast of what should charac terise the toneu of our action and utterances with reference to the an nexation in the Pacific, has been fully endorsed by the meeting hehl recently . in the Town Hall, Melbournc. Stress was laid by more than one speaker, on the fact that the present Imperial Government did not fairly reflex the feelings of the British nation, relative to the question at issue ; and there was, as we recommended, a gratifying absence of. bombast and threat, which reflected credit on the speakers, and tended greatly to strengthen our position. Seldom has a more numerous, enthusiastic and united assemblage of citizens met in relation to any matter of political or national significance; and it may be fairly claimed that, substantially, the opinions expressed at the meet ing relative to the. German an nexatin -in New Guinea, and the culpable dilatoriness of Lord Derby and his chief, with reference to o the same, are widely endorsed throughout...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HERE AND THERE. RAMBLER. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 30 January 1885

IIERE ANDr? THENRE. R?AMBLER. A old gentleman, whose f?thcr attended more tto teaching his son the methods of accumulhiting riches than knowledge, lived some time since in a town in one of the Eastern States. From application and industry, he had amassed a property of about twenty thousand dollars. Al though not able either to read or writ.t, he never hired a clerk, but had :always Ieen in the habit of keeping his own books. lie had invented some 'few characters for the purpose of conveying Lis ideas to himsell f and others; they were formed as iuarly similar to tlhe shape of the article soldt as the nature of the circumstance wvoull admit. One day a customer of his calied on him fo" the purpose of settling his account ; the book of hietrorylyphlic 's ea hamled down, and our merchant coimmieced with "such a tierc you had a gallon of rum, and such a time a pound of tea-such a time a gallimui of molasses, and such a time a cheese. " Stop there," says the culstomer, I never had a chees...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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TRIFLES BY "MOPOKE." [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 30 January 1885

140 in the shade and no sign of a change that's the sort of weatherto got us used to tihe place where we are to go, that is ac cording to the H'arnmy, as the majority of the menmbers of the fourth estate are lost beyond redemption. As the Boss is at Sutiherland's trying to give the unknown 10 in 100 L have jumped the editoral chair, look, and behold ZIopoko in the offlice attire, no collar or tie, handkerchief on instead, sleeves rolledsup to elbows, braces down and boots oil, two jugs on table and one glass, (mean of the Boss, lie only drinks by himself) one jug filled with water, the other with lime juice, if it was filled with anything stronger, there'd be no paper on Friday. But talking of the weather reminds me of a story told of Dean Swift, " One day meeting a friend who had gone to somel unknown land to try and make a home for himself and had returned to his native homie, Swift asked what sort of a plhace it was, ' very good,' answers the friend ' only wants plenity of water,...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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MOGLONEMBY JOTTINGS [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 30 January 1885

BY " INCOG." At the solicitation of " Hard Times" I have undertaken to contribute a few jottings this week, but on the distinct understanding that when I get pushed for matter, he will conme to my help. 1Ic would be quite willing to continue to re present us, but he is afraid t!'at subscri bers to the Advertiser will hardly under stand his scribblings, inasmuch as lie doesn't understand them himself. He could if someone else read them to him decidedly, but his failing is that he can't read his own spelling, and therefore coln cludes no one else call. To see the number of teams hearing heavy loads of grain to market would almost lead one to the conclusion that a quantity of cereals had been grown in the the surrounding districts, notwitstanding the outcry of a short time ago, that there -would be bad crops. To judge by the streams of. loads however, would be very misleading, for a vast quantity of hiland has been harvested in order to collect the grain that we see pouring into the gr...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 30 January 1885

CT H -AIMAlAN:, .BOOT SHOEMAKER, KIRKLAND-STREET, .EUROA. Repairs Neatly executed at Shortest Notice. Workmanship and Material Guaranteed. I10 L E T T O1W°N. :?t "0 Ci -: And JEWELLER of EUROA; rhiy be seen at Mr Tuckett's RoafrhenAt' Rooms erery WEDNESDAY ;'?awvhe?e? yodera may beleft any time :dupin the week,. L ! 8-rý peccial Ad vertisaernent GRAND CLEARING OUT HALF YEARLY: FAIRT S--THE ;EU~ROAl TIIADTXG CO. Announce that their HALF YEARLY SALE OF WI?. TER DRAPERY Will Commence on. ; Saturday, August 23 TO Those Requiring DRAPERY, CLOTHING, S IILLINERY, We would respcctfully draw your .Immediate Attention to this Sale, which will last for 4FOUR WEEKS ONLY4 During?Y?buih time All Drapery ,:'ILL DE s COMPLETELY SA CRIF ICED of NEW SU MMER GOODS, SShortly to. Arrire. RE?M?NANTS, REMNANTS. Hundreds 'of all kilnds of Remnants Almost Given Aw ay. CLOTHING CLOTHING CLOTHING[ Meni and CLOTHING CLOTHING B?oys~ " CLOTHING CLOTHING) ICLOTHING .QUILTS ! .QUIES! M:" ust bedseeby intenid-b -, ...

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CRICKET. EUROA V. VIOLET TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 30 January 1885

f CRICIET. Y EUROA V. VIOLET TOWN. 1, These clubs met on Saturday last, for a the fourth time this season, and as on the three pevious occasions victory rested with the Euroa. The game was played at oe Violet Town, but owing to the late arrival Al of the Euroa team, it was half-past two e before a start .was made. Pleasents who a captained the visitors, won the toss, and n elected to take the field., Neil and John a son were the first to don the pads on be hd half of Violet Town, the trundling being 1- entrusted.t?o ~eNay and McLean. Neil r commonceddhitting out merrily, and soon ss broughttthe score to 16 when a beauty >r from McNay sent him to the right-about. 1 Groganfilledthe vacancy, McLean whowas :e in ill-health, found the play too much for d him, and so retired; his place in the field ea was taken by Satchwell, and the bowling was taken up by Weir. Johnson and i- Grogan made a good stand. The former i played very streaky cricket at first, but to gradually settled down to ...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 30 January 1885

Cleanse, Purify and enrich the = Blood with": i Bop Bitters, fIyou arnaimply ailin'g, if you f et ii'weak anid 'dispirited, withouto clearly-..S , , 'knowing why, .,,-.;:h -': HOPBITTERS WILL REVIVE YOU.. ' ? owsyiLr: Cusoo ._.-Th.nero- n ai:.lovely cmen alnis places in which the evening zephyr are tloaded i?vtlt malaria and'the poison of, foever and epidemiecs-;T .dwell there in health'is impossible, withonfam supply Liop,llittor .;,at hand. .These Iittera. imptrt an equalizing' strength to the system, and preveot the accumulation of ieadly spores of :eontatosY n.- Bo ure and-see-.--ý. °-? i TOWLE'S PEIaNYROYAL' AND. STEL PILS.. FO.-FE hALES qulekly,.corrmct ll irr?gutlarit-e and relieve the distressing siymptos so previlent with tile en.x. Boxes, 2. iod , o- all chemists. i Prep?redl onlyby E. .il Tlowlc Chinmist'Nottinhant, Edgland Ageits. for, iielburno--ltocke Tomi+itt,? . c..' Whimleal DDregglst:: Lemmsons Co., Wholesale Druggiats Wiilinm Frid d. Co' 67, Swanstoin-stret SIo".U...

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FURTHER DYNAMITE OUTRAGES. WESTMINISTER HALL DAMAGED. THE HOUSE OF COMMONS WRECKED, AND THE TOWER OF LONDON Jan 25, Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 30 January 1885

FUIIRTIEER 1Ad1 IA2UIE OUT- WESTMhSTER IHALL DA3MAGED. THE HOUSE OF COMMIONS" WRLECKED, .eND THE TOWER OF LONDON INJURED. LONDON, Jan 25, Evening. Notwithstanding the additional precautions taken by the police to ensure the safety of the public buildings, three separate and distinct outrages by means'of dynamite have been com-. mitted in London to-day- one in Westminster hall, a second within the House of Commons, and a third at the Tower of London. The first explosion occurred early this after *noonin the crypt of Westminster-hall, the i-indd?r?s of whichi were completely smashed; Two policenien who were on 'ifty at the time, and a visitor who was standing near them, were thrown down by the, force of the concussion, and all of them were seriously injured. Scarcely had the noise ceased when a second and still more disastrous explosion was heard within the'House of Commons. 'On examina tion it appeared that a charge of dynamite had been placed immediately under the strangers' gallery...

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

DENOMINATIONALIS I. Talking of sects till late one eve, And the various doctrines the saints believe, That night I stood in a troubled dream, By the side of a darkly flowing stream. And a "Clhurchmlau" down to the river came When I heard a strange voice call his name, '"Gool father, stop ; when you cross this title, You mnst leave your robes on the other side." But the aged father did not mind, And his long gown floated out behinl, As down to the stream his way lihe took, Ills pale hands clasping a gilt-edged book. "Irl hound for Heaven, and when I'm there, I.shall want my Book of Common Prayer,; : And though I pul on a starry crown, I should feel quite lost without my gown." Then he fix'd his eyes on the shlining track, Buthis gown was heavy, and held him back, And the poor old father tried in vain, A single step in the flood to gain. I saw him again on the other side, But, his sillk gown floated upon the tide ; And no one ask'd. in that blissful spot, If he belonged to "the Church...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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COMMERCIAL MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 30 January 1885

CO (4ljiyJEgC:oLSE M3ELBOURNE L.MARKETS. Fat Cattle.-1700 were penned, primne sold from £11 to £13 10s.; ,good sold from £9 Os to £10 10; .second do sold fron £7 Os to £8 Us .inferior do sold from £5. l'rime.pens of 'cows sold from £7 10s to £8 10s Od good do sold from £6 Os to £7 Os ; .middling and inferior £4 Os. Fat Calves.-170 were yWrded. Prime -sold at from GOs to 8SOs; good do fromi -40s to 50s; second from 25s to 35s; .in •ferior-from 15s. Fat sheep.--The market was largely -suypplied, 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 w'ere. dull of sale, and prices ruled low. er), .few crossbreds were penned. and with the exception of a few shorn wethers, which sold at from Ils. Gd.: .to 13s Gd, none were prime. :Best in the wool, sold at.from 1Js. Gd. to 15s. Gd.;= other...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 30 January 1885

.PA A....G:.S TEA PAPERS,:; STATIONERY, ,&c., "A '...TISER". :-Office. :General .torekeeper, n t alwy 'on hand frsale . S . . . . . C. . •. , .i',n? alitlld ntII,-;.. . -. , . i. hanice- Irb . . . ct f. ,,r t e " \EW ZAL\\AND Lt.\AN AND MERCA_'TI ELL AGENCY CO Cash' Adiamic$ undle againt; . . rai- a1 W:,1.'uadl. oa.: nc is Collreisi ..1tDioj n ]Fire :' " Auam?aiee Mocietoy.: .elbourim e, Agent; for tli. MiIUTIILL'ASSUIIANCE SOCIETY .. : . ..OF [C ORI. .Agent for - ClormaIk Re:per - and 'Twine B iider'and other Agriculturatl n ipleinents,: Sincluding : DOBIES SEED, SO~ER, PETER BEY'S DOUBLE ACTION * FRUIT TREES AT MELBOURNE O 1 iE S11oi NOTICE MIUTIUAL ASSURi..NCl SO CIETY 01h VICTORIA (LiiiTED.) .. .: streo et.. elbo rn . For Life'ikssuraneariznd Endowments. SPolicy 1holders Divid othe Profits. .. : - : . .,Tis .t L T º Mr Thomas Loader, (T. Loader C 0Co, chairmain;) Fredrick 2FCoy Esq., 1 I. S. riofessor of the MelbouirneUner:si-ty Alex. Morrison, Eq., 1,A.L L.D 1.Principal...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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GREAT RAILWAY DISASTER IN NEW SOUTH WALES. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 30 January 1885

Great Railway Disaster   in New South Wales The town was thrown into a state of the most intense excitement early on Monday morning, when it was re ported-the intelligence having been first received at the railway station that a terrible accident, involving the loss of a number of lives, had occurred the previous night at Cootamundra. The cause of the accident was attri buted to the overturning of the or dinary passenger train to Sydney, con sequent on a bridge being carried away by a flood. Although two or three telegrams regarding the oc currence had been received, the infor mation was both meagre and contra dictory, and this led to all sorts of rumors being circulated. The daily papers were unable to supply much information respecting the calamit.',the Argus beiungthe only jour nal to which any information had been telegraphed. The following telegram which was received from Cootamundra on Tuesday, gives what is thought a cor rect account of the affair:-" A tre mendou...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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The Advertiser PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. "MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." FRIDAY, JANUARY 30th., 1885. A LIBERAL MINISTER. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 30 January 1885

UWLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORinIO. " "MODERATE, rUT PROGRESSIVE." FRIDAY, JANUARY 80th., 1885. A' LIBERAL". MINISTER. HTITrFTO it his been the custom with the Lands Department when offering town or country lands for sale by public auction, to put the areas up in largelots demanding survey fees, one fifth Fosh deposit" and the whole of the balance in .oie month. :Seeing that the systemi- worked perniciously, played into the hands of land jobbers and bspeculators, arnd ;preveiited thli bla' fdeThome-seeker of small means from terini- into 'competition and obtaia ing a siite at; reasoinable :'figure, the Hofnl'; inistei : with that caare and forethoduglit whiclh ha:.e marlrked his adminhitration hiass determined to alter. matters:: After. careful inives~igation Mr ;Tucker his- arrived at tlimgratify in?g conclusion? thtit will :,be, to thel benefit of: the State a'nd the'purchaser also if the former' can offr such terms' as are.usually given by :private.. vendors In iorder to. carry :this ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 30 January 1885

FOR SALE ON FAIR "DAY. A brood of well bred PIGS. THOMAS MORGAN, Mieopoll. % ASTE PAPER FOR SALE, Cheap. Advertiser Office. AIatsrianiosiiba- Fogfrie*. A YOUNG GENTLEMAN, resident of the district, desires to correspond with a young LAD Y, with a view to LMATPJMONY. Address, X. Y. Z., Post Oflice, Euroa. Bileetins s.. EUROA PUBLIC. HALL COMPANY (LIMITED). A GENERAL MEETING of the Conipany will be held'in the Hall on MONDAY, 2ND FEBRUARY, at 8S o'clock.. B3usiEss : To receive Report and" elect Directoris. W.° B. PLEASENTS, Hon. Sec. WESLEYAN "CHURCH, EUROA. SUNDAY, FERUAItY 1ST, 1885. SERV1CES will be conducted as fol1 Slows :'-Morining, 11 a.m., Rev. James Lowe. Evening, 7 p.m.,. Mr. W. S. Reeves. S.CHURCH OF;' EGLAND. HE REV*i L:' WILSON. will L condiict?:ivide, Ser?icvs aT Su~nDA EvxENIad.' ;SlujctC: " 'ThBeSouil of Mari. W\hat is' it? /Where does it live ? What are its capacities ? Whl?t is its worth? Its Enidless Dhiation."i'+ " The Soul of Man--Jerhmniah's sbreathi, It keeps two...

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A TASMANIAN MEDICAL INSPECTION. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 6 February 1885

A1 TASMAMlAN MEDICAl .SPECTION.. ' BElso, like 'Jolii Gil;in ";on pleasure beit," I thought a trip to Tasmania might, licrhhps,pE somdwhat befiefit ply delicate healthl.. I-left 1[elbornoe on i1ondfiy,,1;y slcnmicr, anl' after thlie unnal u'ps aniu ? lowins oft a sea trip arrived ot Genorge?Town about 8 a.n. on Tuesday morning. it:hwsiaadeliglif. li i Ino'u 11, prfectly, alml i "VWhen iOf that township I inquired tlhe caise of so much whistling -'n boird. I was told it was:.to: bringyoft the oeniedical officer, before whom: we shouild hai to pass a most critical examination If steamaer that -as' t 1was knotyin we ha d a number ,f~ilmportant passengers:on hoard, including the -remier of Quiens land. and Victorian-hinisters of the Crown ;an severalimeibers ofotParliL meat fiooi thie adjacent cololies, - mote thli?'iodinai3 dili"gc ?se'ouildbe iu' n it iu the performa.ucc o the ol'cial"" qnirements' of :the iiarantine regu lItions. A'' Soii repeated whistlin did C slowlys 4a med upl'di...

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