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EUROA POST OFFICE. Departure of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 13 February 1885
EUROA POST OFFICE, UDepiartulis a 0 .ýliils. t?Lus close at the Euroa Post Oftice as follows : For Gooraun, Morton, Doon, Main dampide, and Mansficld at 9.40 a.m. daily, Sundays excepted. For Jamieson,i Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 10.40 a.m. For MIiepoll, Miepoll South (loose bag), and Karlramnomis, South Mondays, 1Wed nesdays and Fri'ich s; at 11 a.m. For Sheen's Creek (loose bag), Strath bogie, and Striithbogie West (loose bag). on Wednesdayys and Saturdays, at 11 a.m. For Balmattlihi, Mondays, Wednes days, and Fridays, at 11 a.in. For Mogloliemby i Thursdays, at 7.30 daily 'at 9.40 a.m. For Melbourne up and down trains, daily, at 5.30p1.m.
AN IRATE PARENT. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 13 February 1885
AN IltATlE PARIENT. PAPA, said Amelia, when the morning sun stood high in the heavens. *.Papl," she saidl, accent heavy on the pa:, " did you tear William's coat last night, and hit him across theI shoulder blades with a window slick ?" "Mv daughit r" exclaimed the old gentleman, in utter anmazenment. " Papas," she said, accent same as before, " do not attempt to deceive me. Did you throw him down on the Iporch steps, and lire the door mat after him' 1 "I y chibl, my child !" he said, in pleading tonts, "am l I your father, or ait T a rough of the Blood Tub gang !" " Did you tell him that if you caughtlhim arould here again before Lent you'd rip out his lungs with a nail grab ?" ' "My daughter," said the rId man, tenderly, " T did not see William when he wenit away. I cannot be at the otlice all day and then be up all night. But I met himu at thle door when he came, and bade hiin welcome kindly, for your s:ike, although you know I love him not, and .for your sake I asked him to come...
EUROA RAINFALL FOR YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 13 February 1885
EUROA RAINFALL FOR YEAR. Tho following is a complete table of rainfall : Monthsl. No.of days. Rainfall. January 6 3.06? February 4 .32 March 4 1.10 April 2 1.01 1May 8 2.53 June 12 4.09 July 2 .23 August 9 1G4 September 9 2.01 Qctober 6 1.50 November ; 3 ,2 25 December 6 .75 73 :r.20.83' Total for same period- last yeasr. 77 25.31 Rainfall to end of November. Place No. of days ?Rainfall. Stratlhbliogie Ranges? J 65 23.98 Violet Town , .,,5 10.78 An inch represents about a hundred -tons per acre
A PUZZLING QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 13 February 1885
:A 1' UZZLING QUESTIOT. ,\ JULY : t the Newton Clurt-!louse hIis just had ai diflicilt case to decide. The evidence of the plaintiff; had not about.it tihe stamp of complete veracity, while the defendant nitade statementis which, were. not felt to be altogether beyond suspicion. Such a condition of aflairs .is calcuiated to perplex a jury iunable to itmplicitly trust either side; out the :W'elslipool jurors finally delivered a verdict, remarking that "of the :two liacl, they believed the defildant." This looks had for the Ilaintilfs tale,; atd t ru t,'ist of tip' jury ill the defucidtliit can o-lyi have been lpartial; ilnded, the judge, vetit so fir its ao reCliil k iln his sullniilng up, thlia the jtury ittst consider,d is. beIt eeoC too piesons, which ias tlhe g'eter liar. Privious exlerienc, ait \Velllhpool h1ad cnused his hnou,; Judge Gwylym \Willilm-l, in 1,ak wilh s.lile ,hoabt on thCe ass:verallitis if witull'is, tand it is aid that Jiudge Williamls is ' following inu the foo...
AUGUST FLOWER. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 13 February 1885
AUGUST FLOWER. o rfc; rlihl onosteni;ochblebcinosto :ithc. orld ar tIhose .,+uferiol? from Dyspcpsa;and Liver Comphiictt Mlore ". thai sevectty-fieo per ?cnlf, c.tlht pec la'?t hillicted ,?r3?wIý tthette ti?o' dstiseaat ?ed-tllhairfeoats+;?;.lch as our Stomach. Sick le?.l-achc. i abitual, o0tirvc. ness'Palplitation of tltlo I rt, Iftc:taittrn. Watert bonslsh ?n' fo itieiand Itrning pains at the pit of the' stomach,5Xoe'llos Skin. Coated Tongueand diaeree. - able? taste in tle omoutl, comlintg lp of tfood" 'l- ftcr eating, low sprits, &c. Go to ynur Dr,&lt;iost cand get a bottle of August Flower. Thlis valuairble medicine haa cared tllhou?alds and- thousteds of sufferersa and is known i allt civililzed cuntries Two doses will rolievcyou. It costs only 3S. ti. a Sample bottles Sd
A BOY'S REVENGE. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 13 February 1885
A: BOYS IREVENGE. HIE ''sat witl his back to the carpenter sholp inl the -: alley, bootblacik kit beside liim, keries diawriL up, andi as the .snow ?unalls came booming aldng? lie Ii id to siuspend 'his readisig for the moment i and shiier.c ;He was a lad: of thitefen, ud l he was ireading a noyvil entitled " Betha'as Secret." .Some; 6f the words helliaid.to stop and spell out, an-d otlicis hlie skipped entirely, but he was ldeep l tcrs i ted; and =even bce , grudged :the tins ittook to.raise his hand to his ?cd fiosi se aid.'wilpe aon-v the teart there o.ift..suspended.: A.i fburtlh storey window `in the lilock; on. the otheli side. as cautiously raised, and a head showed itself over the sill. Tt dodged a?ck t' reiplieai i a a iioient?:followed by g ms rirn and as b. in ; o wa etr. !All at asudden the lio ar eke to a Iralis ,in" sense thth every droiof that water h!i, had hitlhinm soluae heire. e He sprang up, "r-ii-ushed. this way and th'at for a momient, a": d- then,' inderstanid...
MARRAWEENEY. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 13 February 1885
MAEAIIIRA EEMEY. [vidOM OUR OWyN CORRESPONDENT.] Thursday last was the warnest day of the season here, G0 in the shade, what a contrast on Sunday morning, when thler was a sharp frost, at least sharp enough to pinch the tops of potatoes. We have no cause to complain in this district about a scarcity 'of threshing machines, there being no less than eightat full work in Strathbogie aid Marraweeney. I am'in formed that crops are .turning out quite as well as farmers expected.' 1 may be able to send you an account of the principle yields as soon as threshing is tinished, which 'will be in a fortnignt if rain keeps away, as some farmers have not quito finished stacking' yet. After a long delay I amn happy to say we have got the ground for a Ceomtery and Melanics' Institute surveyed, the secretary informsme as soon as the rush of thrashing is over he intends calling a meeting, and, I have no doubt that the committee will proceed with the erection of the building before winter sets in if p...
THE BURNING-OFF QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 13 February 1885
TIuE BntIIx ..orP awsTTIOfx. The season in which it is?~ustomary for farmers to burn off their stubble is again at hand, and as many persons appear to be in ignorance of the laws which have been framed for the regulation of the practice, we append the following extracts from the Police Offences Statute for the guidance of farmers. If any person shall (except as herein after mentioned), ignite, use, or carry when ignited any inflammable material within 20 yards of any growing crop or stacks or within three yards of any stubble or grass land, and thereby the property of an other person shall be injured or destroyed, or if any person shall leave any fire which he may have lighted or used in the open air before the same be thoroughly extinguished he shall forfeit and pay for every such offence any sum not exceeding £100, or be imprisoned for any period not exceeding six months. Provided that it shall be lawful for the occupier of any land to burn any stubble, grass, or herbage, or to ig...
COMMERCIAL MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 13 February 1885
MELBOURNE LLRKIETS. Fat Cattle.--100 were penned, primo sold from £11 to £13 15s good sold from £9 Os to £10 10; second do sold from £7 Os to £8 Us ; inferior do sold from £5. Prime p?ns of cows sold from £7 15s to £8 10s Od; good do sold fron £0 Os to £7 Os; middling and inferior £4 Os. Fat Calves.--220 were yarded. Prin;o sold at irom 0ids to 80s; good do from 40s.to 50s; second fronm 25s , to 35s; in ferior from 15s. Fat shleep.-The market was largely. supplied, 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 were dull of sale, and prices ruled low. Vera few crossbreds were penned. and with the exception of a few shorn wethers, which sold at from 12s. Gd. to.ls Gd, none were prime. B3est in the :wool, sold at from 13s. 6d. to 16s. Gd.; others, from..: s. Prime merino wethers, in ...
LOCAL MARKETS [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 13 February 1885
LOCAL MiALRIiETS The locil mill reportshaving purchnsed during week, over 800 bags of wheat and 400 bags oats, at the following prices: WVheat, 3s 2d to 3s 4d ; oats, 2s 5d to 2s 7d barley, 4s 2d., also has on hand for sale a splendid sample of Port MIcDonocll hand threshed seed wheat, and also Imperial variety.- - 3Mr. P. F. [McCluskey reports having .purchased for the week : 40 bags of wheat 55 bags'of oats, 21 bags of barley, at the following prices :-Wheat of good quailty in new bags, 3s 3d ; oats, 2s Gd; barley, 4s. 2d. Mcr. D. A.: Casement reports having bought for Derh:mn and Co :-125 bags oats up to 2s. Gd., 1S1 barley to 4s. 2d. Mir C. L. Deboos reports prices locally as follows. Fresh butter Sd to 10d P1otted butter Gd to 7Id.: Eggs, lld. Fowls, 2s :to Ss per pair. D)ucks 3s per pair. Turkeys Ss to10s per pair. :4 Sheepskins 3d to 4kd. Hides 2d to 2Nd. Kangaroo skins 9d to is. Id. Wallaby Gd, to 7d, Oppossum 2s Gd to 4s Gd. Bear 2s 6d Wattle Bark, £2 to £G per ton. J. E. I...
DAIRY PRODUCE HIDES ETC [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 13 February 1885
DXIRY PRODUCE.11IDEJ ETC mlessrs. :lrKay and IM'Donald repors u large quantity of produce to hand to day, which met with brisk competition. and.eold at the follo'wing quotations: Cheese: Prime quality iui good desmand, and sold at from (d. to 0ld. per lb. ; medium, 5d. to 51d. ; inferior from 4d. Potted Butter. l'rime new make, 10d. to lld. per lb. ; good old, 9d. to 10d. per lb Fresh Butter Choice dairies up to is 4d. mnedium, 11Ad.; inferior. 71d. Eggs, from 12d. to 13d-L er dozen. Bacon : Smoked hanus, 91d.; sides, Sd. to 9d; flitches, 7.d; do., green, fromn 7.d. to 8d., according to quality; R"oney, 44d. forgood garden lots; bush, 3d. to 4d. Beeswax, 9d. per lb. Lard, 5d. to 6d. per lb. Turkeyos,:fronm 14s. to 16s. per lair; ducks, 5s.: t (is.; geese, to 7s. ; fowls, 3s. Gd. to 4s. Car case pork, dairy fed, Gd. per lb,
THE IRELAND DRAMATIC COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 13 February 1885
TILE . mIEL. Lt )D I)l-I[AtTIC On Friday 'evening last ` MV~r': `'G: 'Ii Ir"land's Dralmaitic Company aTpeaied in the new Public. Hall,,, being the second night, in a new..piece entitled Clytie,, or?"The Atonelnent.'i The plot0"runs as. fallows:- Clytie, afterwards. Lady 4 St. Barnard whileliving wvithhor g andfather is wooed ?by.tivo ,lovers; ,Tomi:.Mayfield, a student and the soul of Ihonour,' good nature and simplicity; and:: Philip Ransi ford a -",gentleman;";a bhlackleg and a rulifan;1 With all the:lillogical; impetuous foolishness of maidenhood, Clytie rather, favors the ?ore dashing of herlovers' until. he proposes an elopement, whenh the true nature of a good~ioman shows itself, and she rejects his"propoal vwith scoirn..' He then carries lieroff, by force ; bu she is rescued 'byMayfitld through ,the instr d fnentalityd.f a. conscientious; through ui? educated servant Saral: Kidgers; .Shortly afterwairds shelbecomes Lady St.)Barnar': marriesaMayfiold, and 1enjoysatliejvery de...
CRICKET. EUROA VERSUS TRADES. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 13 February 1885
EUROA VERSUS TRADES. At the commencement of this cricket ing season the employes in the various shops in Euroa formed a cricket club for the purpose of playing of a Wednesday aftenloon, upon which day the stores are all closed. Some animosity : as shown towards the older club, but this now appears to have passed away ; as on Wednesday week a friendly game was played between the two clubs. Pleasents captained the Euroa, and Sinclair, an old Hotham cricketer performed a like: duty for the Trades. The Euroa had only eight men, and with this number they entered the 'field, against fourteen opponents. Fowler and Parkinson, were the first to represent the Trades. Scott took upl the trundling, and bowled Parkinson first ball. His successor Oveldon was bowled next ball. Wickets fell rapidly and 'at - one time eight wickets had fallen for 2 ruins, both of those being byes. Weir and Scott soon disposed of the remainder, and the whole team was disposed of for 20 runs. Bradford 11, and Jayne 4,...
GAZETTE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 13 February 1885
CGAZETTE NOTICES. , Issue of new licenses yapproved :--Thos. Burnside, Marraweeny; JohnGall, Collier Gall, James Gall, Adam ~Wakenshaw, Balmattum. The following applications for` licenses have been approved :-Alex; D M'Iiitosh .Rothesay JohniM?itland, Tatoiig:Chas. Parker, Ruth Mallett, Toorour ;'?m. Wall, Gowang.irdise Joseplh A' Wall, (2) Thomas Deaine Marraweeny; ,Joh Nagel,
EUROA WATER SUPPLY. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER.) [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 13 February 1885
EUROA WATER SUPPLY. (TO TIIE EDITOR OF THE .ADVERTISER.) Sim,-Seeing:that the ftown is rapidly exteiiding and its population daily increas ing'it seems extraordinary that the Council lias nbt been struck with the importance and necessity of a ' watersuplply." This matter is of primary'importance, it touches the public health so closely that neglect is almost a crime. Every one knows the great danger there is in drawing supplies of water from wells. For what with surface contammation, such as occurs when heavy rain falls, and pollution from in filtration which exists in all towns more or less. Thero are the fruitful germs of the fellest diseases. I have no desire to connmmucnt upon the Councils action or rather inaction. Because otherwise there is little to find fault with. Yet the Coun cil no matter how excellently it fulfills its duties in other particulars is guilty of gross neglect, while it allows the water supply question to lie dormoent. And I ae no reason why theomatter, shiu...
CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 13 February 1885
(Our columns are open for the discussionjof 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 opinions expressed by our correspondents. All communications intended for insertion must be addressed to the Editor, and; "contain the -nam : an "address of, the i?riter, as a guarantee of :good. ..faith ED "A."
VIOLET TOWN. THE FULLERTON FUNERAL FUND. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 13 February 1885
VI:O0 ET TOWN . _. -0-P- TH ULLERT FULLERTON FUNERAL FUND. MIr. W. A. Hoskins wishes to return thanks to those persons who so kindly came forward with contributions in the time of need towards defraying the funeral expenses, &e., of the late Alex ander Fullerton. The following are the names and amounts respectively : £s.d. W. A. Hoskins ... ... ... 0 10 0 T. Clark ... .... 0 2 0 A Friend ... ... ... 0 5 0 A. Inglis . . ... .... 0 2 0 Chas. Turnbull.... ... 0 2 6 W. Lane ... ... ... 0 5 0 John Dalton ... ...... 0 2 Mrs. McShane ... .... ... 0 5 0 P. Burke .. . ..... 0 2 6 James B. Morrison ... ... 0 2 6 Frank W. Whitfield ... ... 0 5 0 A Friend ... ... ... 0 1 0 Daniel Murphy... ... ... 0 2 6 Richard Gareen... ....... 0 2 6 James Hart ... ... ... 0 2 6 Samuel Bryans... ... ... 0 2 0 W. West ... .. ... 0 2 0 W. T. Sambell... ... ... 0 2 6 Alex. MIcKenzie ... ... 0 2 6 Edward Thomas ... ... 0 2 0 W. Allen ...... ... 0 2 0 William Banthelonu ........0 5 0 J. Welsh .... ... ........
Arrivals of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 13 February 1885
MAILsiarnin ait Violet Towii Poist Oflice os foll]]oiooi aT r : u:o Frlom nMelbourne daily 10.35 :isii. s and Fromn Tinildtigli,.TT.iiloeioh. Nirtili ?id Canlitiiubo iMonldayst , Wed?V sdnays, , ind Fridays, 4.30 p.i. n ::: -:: :.Frot- Mariitweeney3-bloh o,- and lStrsthli ho ie i. Nosthi Tauesduya and Friidsss, J.30 pi.m. .?:rou?i cGowningardie,--Tuesdiys. a nd Fridays 10l.111. .s Frou': Bartrington's,: Cn liiblo--li? days, lTuesdsys, a itsd Edsriais 4.30 )..!i. SA Oerresiss. , Birise-Tlao qsck5 voIom: of else rattlo?oaeo'li?'n6ot "'kllled"so mny m epope e .aStlIr mole insldibuo bult:dcaollp poisons found iu th:o ndr o folrhnomois. Theb iration of the blood by tle I'lunsf becomes inlpusolible osometies, andl the fallin'lshsth erowing weakness, ane losu of apltite sirel halinger ofapproah dsleth. For such casesu Ilop Bittlars are the potenot as d asl-powcrfsul remedy-to 'droo all fevers out Of tal syostem;., psurfylne theo blood, au.l giving a ncw anud happy lase or life. Notice. ::<...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 13 February 1885
&lt;... C.H :AR:A AN, ..z.. , ! s- : ,BOOT,. -AND SHOE MAKER, KIRKLAND-STREET, EUROA. RepairsNeatly executed at -Shortest Notice: Workmanship and Material Guaranteed. 1/10~i LE 'T YO WtT. o o 4 d vi·~L,)Ld vi And '-JEWELLER of EUROA, nay be seen at Mr Tuckett's Refreshmient Rooms 'every WEDNESDAY, where -`olers may e left any tiije dumeg the .ek: r Special alvtisemci\t M A RTIN' S - GENUINE IH(EMOPATHlC MEDICINES:."'; l ? . The following 12 most commonly used SMedicines, ' TINCIURES .OR PILULES In a Carboard Case, and including DR. RUDDOOCK'S WORK, "The Stepping Stone to 1Iomceoplathy and Health," may be obtained, price l: s., from 1ARTIH&PLEASANCE (Late Martin & Co.), 85 COLLINS ST., EAST, MELBOURNE. ACON. NAP. (AoioIcksood). uhlvlly utlffts the circulittory sysnui, and is carativu iiL.ull icases 'tf ilflam uatory, Cutitrhil,, and Simple fevers S lFtvetiss Colds, .irunclitis, Chicken pox, Urunp, .1easles, Pleurisy, Gout, liead-slpots, Scarlatina, aud Teethin...