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INTERCOLONIAL FREE TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 13 February 1885
1N'1'ELRCOLUNI:\ L FLilE TRADE. ia?sr weekt our tiiitial cotiitenlpoiary undertook !o.cr;ticitseiaverscly the basis and In liciple of the agreement entered .i into bGit c'en the VYictoriani nud Tas n1lnian de, egtces at the inter colonial con fitrence tc t Ioart. Accot ding to the un adulterated censure meted out to the tiropoiil, in the article referred to, it : w ldll :alpcar tlhat there is not in tlhe whole plrocet:dings, t single lino upon whichan alpptroving nod can ,e bestowed. iThis is certainly u ,,rtuinate ; and, ini sttl;e quallrter'S tuy be consd'erted as ..likely: to lead to the abandonment of of the whole scheame. \\e do not, however, take this discouraging view of the case,- but itelr tot hope that the Slasticityr of our- conit mpot 'ry's. views lIP.y eVlrnally r,"?llt it! placing theCth it hl'l:rmounio.s agreemtcentnt with the grait bulk if the 1 rss of Victoriat For it is more thO I a remal litrkable coiltci telce it is a fact lyig on tihe margiti of the, - miraculou...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 13 February 1885
.aSle of Bootlahs. SLEE, OGILBY, and CO., will offer for Sale by Public Auction at 3 p.m. on the 20th inst., the Publicani's BOOTH, for the St. Patrick's Day's Races. F. 'S. NEALE, Secretary.' A NEW WAGGONETTE for SALE (Cheap). Apply, W. LANE, Farmers' Arms, Violet Town. W ASTE PAPER FOR SALE, Cheap. Advertiser Office. (C :hurela Notices; CHURCH OF ENGLAND. THE REV. F. L. WILSON. will conduct Divine Service NEXT SUNDAY as follows :"- Euroa, Evening at 7 p.m. Subject :-" Solombn's Temple -its Grandeur and its Glory."' WESLEYAN CHURCH, EUROA. -: Su?wnY, FEBRUiRY 15Tr, 1885. QERVICES will be conducted as; fol-. S lows :--Morning, 11 a.m., Rev. S. Scholes. Subject: '" Does St. James contradict St. Paul " . Evening 7 p.m. Supply. 3iecthigs. A3MEETING of Members of the -- Roman Catholic Chi·rclsill be held on MONDAY AFTERNOON next in the Chapellat 4 o'clock. EUROA CRICKET CLU B A. MEETING of the Euroa Cricket Club will . be held (TO-NIGHT) FRIDAY EVENING, February 13th; at Sutherlind's Ho...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 13 February 1885
TEA. PAPERS, STATIONERY, &c., TRY THE .ABViERTISER" _Offce. W A, IEN S:3-neral ? ?torekeeper, . GRIIOCEIES : 0a ll kinds. .Ii LEST QUAL ITY . Galvani tC1Iran I In 0. Fencing wire, (!cst bals.) ' Auent fir the NEW ZEALANI) LOAN AND MERCA\NTILF AGENCY CO " Melbourne" - Cash Adianccs ',,,ade against - " r- i. iid VjWol.ni -Agent ftr the Conamnzcreaain vUions Fire Aslllaunc e si ocietn.? Melbourneo, S-Agent for the MUTUAL ASSUiRANCE SOCIETY S 0. ? O ICTORIA. Agent for M'Corimack Rea.per and Twine . Binder, and other Agricultural Inmplements, including : DOBIE'S: SEED SO WER, SPETER tBEY'S DOUBLE ACTION CHIURNS, _ The mostjLabour Saving Churn SKnown. Cash Buyer CIf all Farm Prod -FRUIT TREES AT MELBOURNE PRICES. Os TiE SHORITEST NOTICE..' MUTUAL ASSURANCE SO CIETY OF VICTORIA (Lmieren.) Head Office, 79 Little Collins-_ street, \Veet Melbourne. 1For Life Assuranreand Endowments. Policy H*lders D)iide the Profit?. JsTIBECeiTOl: Mr Thomas Loader, (T. Loader & Co., chairman,)...
BADDAGINNIE. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 13 February 1885
(FROM OUR OWN CORREPONDENT) What might have proved a serious affair happened here on Tuesday night. A visitor to the town was going across from the Union Church to the railway station. After crossing the fence in Railway-street, he fell into a hole made by the Railway Department, but was fortunate enough to receive only a slight sprain of the ankle, which, though not very severe, caused him to limp for a few hours. The hole re- ferred to is one over which the Railway Department and theBenalla Shire Council have had so much correspondence. As long as this remains exposed to strangers, and in fact the residents, are not safe at night time. It is to be hoped the affair will now receive the attention it de- serves. On last Tuesday week the licensee and proprietor of the Baddaginnie Hotel, Mr. James Hood Dunlop, gave a social tea to celebrate the opening of his house, which as the advertisement stated, was open to all his neighbours and friends who choose to attend. From an early hour ve...
MOGLONEMBY JOTTINGS [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 13 February 1885
MOGLOXEflIflT JOTTflGSi BY " INCOG." I should like to throw out a suggestion for the careful consideration of our shire councillors when arranging for the con struction of bridges in the future. The hint may likewise be taken to refer to some of those already built, and just for the sake of pacifyiug some of the more timid ratepayers, amongst whom is your humble servant, perhaps some magnani mous member will speak out, and earn for himself the esteem, the good opinion, the -the-a-the votes of his constituents. I am aware that letters, and petitions are acknowledged 'when received by the shire secretary, but, bless my--oh ! no, I musn'nt come it too strong; but does it not seem queer that for everything a rate payer, needs, he must either write a letter or get up a petition and present it to the council?, This is the rule I know, and just by way of chatnge, so as to prove the rule, let there be one exception, said ex ception to be in reference to'the bridges. I should like to see the...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 13 February 1885
31 A _ AN B OR, U BEST OLD IRISH WHISKY, Maiufactured by Young, King and Co, ofBelfast. '-Agents for Euroa: J. E. HANDBURY.and CO, Spirit Mercliunts, Euroa. T'. I. MOYLE, (.L(cte Land' Officer, Seywoui,.) GOVERNMdENT AND GENERAL AUCTIONEER, - Stock, Land, Insurance and General Comiiission Agent, .: ' S!&lt;: Y MA O T r". Business of all kinds with the Lands Department Conducted. Agent for : Royal Fire Insurance Company. Colonial Mutual Life Assurance Society, (Limited.) TO FAUMERS & OTHEIEIS. The :Lau.sti BI trssle Iu,.llli of ictol'ria (;iittirccl). S ESTAeBLISHED 1864. HEAD OFFICE: Collins Street East, ' Melhbournde DllL qTOR.S : ... " i * ." DiUcLuons : The Hon. R. D. Reid, Chairnman. Thomas Stmith, Esq., J.P., George Wilson, Esq., J.P., . Patrick O'Brien, Esq., J.P., Johnl Finhiy, Esq., J.P. 3\LLNAOEIl : William Maciturtie. Advances made on Frecehold Estate within the Colony of Victoria for lixed periods, at lowest rates. Special attention is called to the facili...
The Advertiser PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. "MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 18th., 1885. THE GLADSTONE ADMINISTRATION. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 13 February 1885
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MOIiXOG. " MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE. " .FRIDAY, FEBRUIARY 18th., 1885. STHE- GLADSTONE AfDMINIS- I TR ATION. WI: see .by cablegrams to hand.that General: Gordon has at last met his fate--in fact, has been sacrificed to the vacillatiug policy of the Gladstone administration.:, Now, that it is too, late to remledy the blunder, :men and money are b eing sent ouit.to tho Soudazi' with the intention` of avenghing the death of ,Gordonn. The fact that the hero of?£ thei Soudan? has lost his life thiooigli the stupidity and mismtirage ient: of the; present English Cabinet will rouse a storm of indignation which 'will !aiiiterially: tend to injure its re putation and finially ouist it frim its. present; positioni.: -.While ::aditting tliat Gladstoiie's home policy has been exceedingly .trilfiant e?nd everything that'f can: be desired,:' we are certain that there is no sensible man wh??? does notloinv witi ius in consurinnihis forein:'policy in almost every instance. A...
EUROA SHIRE COUNCIL. Thursday, February 12th. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 13 February 1885
EUROA~ SHIRE: COUNCIL Thursday, -February 18th. (The adjourned meeting of- this lCouncil was held to-di?y.) PriEsE?Tr: Cr. Gibson(President), Graham Neolands, Duncan, Hohir, Grattan, Birkett, McGuinness, and Crosbie. The minutes of last meeting were read and confirmed. The outward correspondence having been read, that inward was read and or dered as follows : CoRiEsroND . .n.. 1 From the treasurer askinlg for statistics and payment of 5 per cent, on licenses. Attended to. - From the same asking for statistics and return of rates collected-for the year, 1884. -To be attended to. ? From Department of-Lairds and Survey, notifying reserve 760 acres for timber re serve near Violet Town, in the parish of Bahnattum.-Received.::: . From the Central Board of Health approving of the activity of inspector of nuisances, and requesting to be informed of steps taken re hole in Templeton street, Euroa.-The board to be informed that the matter would receive the attention of the Council. From the Go...
Departure of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 20 February 1885
l jleparituile of YaiIls. SLunm close at Violet Town Post Ollice ts tollows-- . For Melboure laily at 9.30 n.m. and Foi T inleugh,Tamnle la Žsorth, (loose bag), and Canuiaubo-Mondaiys,: Wedlies ayts, g and Friudys. "Mailslitad uip ire vious nightx 8 p.m. . For Marrruc eeney >(loose bag), 3Boho; klobooe :bg); and Strathbogie:Nohrti' (loose: b'g)-Tuesdaysi and:Fridays;l 10.40 pl Fo? B-arrington's, Caniauinbo (loose bxg) -Mondays, W? ednesia? ys,'ii ?dFridays. Mails. iu ae upi previous night 8 p..u i
Arrival of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 20 February 1885
11Luts arrive at the.EuroaPost Ollice as follows : " Froni Goodnun, Mlirton, Doon, Main dlanple and Mansfield, at.5.20 p.m., Sun days excepted. Fromn Jamuicson, Tuesdays, Thlnursdays, and Saturdays, at 5.20 p. i. "Fromi Miopoll, Miepoll Southl Ka ir raluonsi : Soutlh6- il;Monid ayssT? ekhids days, and Fridays, at9 ai?.' Fronm Sheaii's Creak, Strathibogie; 1aid Stratthbogie West; on .TWednesdiays ahnd Saturdays;: at 5.30 p.ni. .. FrouI Bdinmattumi, ,Mondays, WtWdnes ' Freiou MJgo'loneinib;,i Thuirsdays, at"5 'Melbouirie ulp and dos iif ti ii, dfily, at M3elbouinoe up traiin,daily at 7 p.m. Down train daily, a.t 0.1 p.m. .VIOLET .'TOW\ PO3ST OFFICE.
EUROA POST OFFICE Departure of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 20 February 1885
EUROA POST OFFICE. 'Dcepai rtuire of MmallN. ALimI close at the Euroa Post Ollico as follows : For Goornm, Merton, Doon, Main daniple, and Mansfield at 9.40 a.m. daily, Sunidays exeepted. SFor Janiicson, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 10.40 a.m. For Miepolll Miepoll South (loose bag), aid Kariiuniomus,.South iMondays, Wed nesdays and Fridays, at 11 a.nm. SFor Shcan's Creek (loose bag), Strath hogie, and Strthibogie West (loose bag). on Wednesdays 'ud Saiturdays, at 11 a.m. For Ballilattuin, Mondays, Wednes days, and Fridays, at 11 a.m. :For loglonemiby; Thursdays, at 7.30 p.m. - For M?elbourne up and down train, daily at 9.40 a.m. For Melbourne up and down trains, daily, at 5.30 .m.
CRICKET. EUROA V. LUKE, WILLIAMS, & CO. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 20 February 1885
C ('R iC IE T. EURIOA V. LUKE, WILLIAMS, & CO. The teamun of Messrs. Luke, Williams, and Co., who had elected to play against the Euroa club, arrived by the Sydney express at 8 p.mi. on Friday night, but as they were not expected till the 10 o'clock train of course there were no represental tives of the E.C.C. to meet them. HIow euver they directed their steps to the Euroa hotel, where they received a hearty 'welcoume fronm the host, president of the club, who soon mad:e their arrival known, wihen it is needless to saythat the received sa hearty welcome from our boys. We sincerely wish that some of the other firms in Melbourne, would follow the laudable example of Messrs.- Luke, Wil liams. and Co., and give their employes an omuting in the country, so that they could imbibe a good supply of ozone, as well as 'enjoy themselves thoroughly. On Satur dlay muorninuithe opposing teams met on the conuvinciing ground, alnd Coulson the captoin of the visitors having won the toss sent...
TOO ADORABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 20 February 1885
TOO ADORADLJE. What is an unfortunate man to do when a lady persistently bescts lim with matrimonial .overtures? To be dogged whenever he goes out by an importunate fuiir our, ceaselessly clamouring for tlhe magic golden circlet, must indeed become a terrible strain on human nerves after a month or ;two. At first the victim may feel flattercd, as appears to have been the case with a furnaceiran at Carbrook when subjected to this form of fceminine persecution. But after a time the demands of self love were more than satisfied, and he besought his persecutor to bestow her blandishments in some other quarter. Not only did she refuse to do so, but added to his sufferings by setting up ts a soothsayer. Day after day, ler plrophetic mind sketched fancy pictures of future bliss, in which she and the' object of her fond choice always figured as Darby and Joan. Whether the man began at last to fear that tlhese predictions might lead to their own fulfilnent, unless promptly stopped, is not st...
CANNIBALISM. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 20 February 1885
CANN I IAAILSM. A friend of the writers who for more than -10 years haIs been in the employ Ilent of the )Dutclh Governmelnt, beas person, l witiness to the prevalence of the custlnn in Sumatra up till recent times. 1I-[ was once making scientific investigations in tl.e interior of that island, and was being cntertiincd in the most l.orpitable manner by the nitire Rlaj h, or chief, of the pilice ieo was thin in. A. feast had beon maiide to which he was biidhle , and to which tie lent, taking his own n:atile 'a0rvati with him. The Ilan:quet had proUeeded for solite Lilime withoutt interrluption, ,wheli ati llast, as crowni of the fteast, a beautiful blrown rioa:st jillt was hbrought flolii the back of the I :ise to the open airy plice where the repast was beilng held. This was cut tut without rtmtnrk antid lhanitided roundil, nd the )utteh gentleman was o:n the piinlt , f rating his portion, lihaving raised plut; of it to his lips, whlen his servant rushed l l ward atidl stolpped him...
LOCAL MARKETS [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 20 February 1885
Tihe ]cal mill reports having purchased during week, over 500 bags ot wheat and 1 000 ba:gs oats, st the following prices : W\heat, :1s ;d it ;;s 4d ; oats, 2s td t tos 7d barley, 4s 2d., also has on hand for sale a splLmnlid sample of Port IIcD)onnell hand threshed seed wheat, and also I]mperial variety. .splendid saunple Tartari:an oats for sle, about 100 bags, yield 8 bags to the acre. Mr. P1. F. )IcCluskey relorts ]avimng purchased for the week : 30 bags of wheat 70 bags of oats, 15 bags of barley, at the following prices :--Vl ceat of good (luailty -in dnrwlbg-s, 3s 4d ; oats, 2os d; barley, -,s. 2d. Mir. D. A. C:asmcucu reports having ,,ught for Derhan and Co :--112 bags oats up to 2s. 7d., 101 barley to 4s. 2d. Mr C. L. l)eboos reports priccj locally :as followts. Fresh butter Sd to 10d :Potted butter ld to 7drl. Egg'oe ld. . iowls, :s to 3s per pair. -1)ucks 3s per pair. I urlkeys.5s to los per pair. Sheepskins 3d to 4Id. Itides 2d to 21,d. Kanogaroo skins id to Is. Id. VWal...
DAIRY PRODUCE, HIDES ETC [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 20 February 1885
b?i" .1'ilODUC. lDll);S ETU' .??.ssi?:s.;'Kay and Mi'Donald' report :a l:trg quantity of. lroduce to hand to day which ret wiith br-;i competition. :ar suold at tihe ,lowing quorations: Cheese: Prie qu t:::?y in giod demand, nild sold i, fromt 51. to (;hd.- per I. ; nodium, ad1. to 51d. ; i4atrior from 4d. )'ottetd ltter. lrilme new make, 10l. to 111. per lb. ; good old, 9d. to 1ld. per lb Fresh Butter Chllice dairies up to Is 4d. nedimnt, ii d.; nferior. 7 "d. Eggs, from 12ld. to Id. lper dioze. Bacl : iSmoked hanus. ld.; sides, Sbd. to Pd; tliitches, 7!,d; d,o.. ,rcon, froml 7d. to 8d., accordin" to quality; 0 HIey, 4_d. ftr" godg:rtdten lots; bush,l id. to 4d. lee1a:;xr, Id. per lb. Lard, ad. to id. per lb. Turkeys, from 14s. to 1ts. per pair; ducl;s, 5s. to i;s.; gccse, to, 7. ; fowls, 3s. lid. to 4s. Car ca;se pork, dairy fed, rid. per I'u,
RAILWAY TIME TABLE. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 20 February 1885
RAILWAY TIME TABLE. rAIN-ss leave Euroa n.utIy as follows : For Mellbour-ne at 10.17 a.il., and (i.1l L. t. For Seymour and Shepparton lines al 3.17 p.m. For !Bnallla, Waugalratta, and WodongIa t 10.16 a.m., and 6.55 p.m. For lian:dla at 10.16 p.im. A benevolent man, who proves hii vis.h to save time by throwing it awa) )a frolish calculatio:.s, has dis'overom hat in bforty years a snuflta:ker devotei wenty- four months to his nose ! When Clara was asked what slu rould d, if a nice young gentleman mould askc her hand in marriage she aively rep!ied, " I don't think I'd 0." For contiuiation of reading matter sec ourth page.
TRIFLES BY "MOPOKE." [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 20 February 1885
At last the Public Service Comnmis sioners have caused to be published the classification &c., of the majority of the Public Sorv-aits, and apretty little row has been caused in mainy ia h1appy dovecot by such. I know one case where one of these curled darlings let his wife imagine he was only getting £200 a-year, it nows turns out that lie's had £250 for the last four years, and now womanu like she wants to know what re's done with the balance that should he. This is one of the mansy that we'll lear about. On the other hand Adolphus', Fitznmaurice has led his young lady friends to believe that his income wass between three and four :hundred a-years, ald low the other daay, the Alrgus lions down on him and shows he's only getting £-150, which proves he's aperVyeitcr of the sacred truth: . What a-lot of comei dowis tlihey'll be, and. tradesmen will uiot be 'so reidy to trust oin COiil Servants to the same. extent as-before,i when they fosidly imagined their screws to be a' fe...
TAMLEUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 20 February 1885
- TA2ILEUF J GiR. (FvROm OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT). After thrce very hot days last week we had the pleasure of listening to some filne rain pattering on the roofs of our houses. This rain l:though not sultfficient to re ilenish damns &c., has done a vast amount of good by putting an end to the bush fires in this district. A farmer here having nothing better to do, attempted to burn off his "'stubble stutff," and. suc ceeded so far, that lie not only burnt his own stubbles, grass, and fencing, but also that of his neighbour. ]However, 1 ami happy to state that the rain effectually stopped its progress. It is really surpris ing that a rma: of such experience as the one referred to, should be so foolhardy as to endanger his own and his neighbours' properties by attempting to rid himself of his stubbles by tire so early in the season. Like luany other parishes, Tamleuglh has now the privilege of having two post offices to suit the coliveniience of its in habitanuts. The new post of...