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WHAT TOMATO LEAVES WILL DO. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 27 February 1885
WHICAT TOlA TO ESAVES WIEL "I planted tin orchard," writes 2I. Siory, of the Society of Iorticulture of Valparaiso and the trees grew well aid strongly. They had but just comencod to bud when they were invaded by the cur cuilo (pulgan), which insect was followed, as frequently happens, by ants. Having cultivated sometomatoes, the idea occured to me that by placing sotite of the leaves around the trunks and branches of peach trees I might preserve them from the r?,s of the sun, which are very powerful. MIy surprise was very great upon the following day to find the trees entirely free from the enemies, not one remaining, excepit here and there where a curled leaf prevented the tomato from exercising its influence. These leaves I carefully un rolled, placing upon them fresh ones from the tomato vine, with theresult of banish ing the last insect, and enabling the tree to grow in luxuriance. Wishing to carry still further my experiment I steeped in water some fresh ones from the tomato, ...
VIOLET TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 27 February 1885
VIOLEIT TO S. A cricket match will be played to morrow between the Violet Town .and Strathbogie clubs on the ground of the former play to commence at 1 o'clock. The teamn chosen to represent Violet Town are as follows:-\V. Davis, J. Sl'Shane, C. lieggs, W. Grogan, Neil, Johnston, Drewitt, IIartshorn, Grainger, Turnbull, Miller, Emergencies. E. Grogan, Thomas anlld Lane.
LAW RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS, [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 27 February 1885
* --.r rrk. - 1. Subscribers who do not give express notice to the contrary are considered wishing to continue their subscriptions. 2. If subscribers order the discontinu ance of their periodicals the publisher may continue to send themn until arrears are paid. 3. If subscribers neglect or refuse to take their periodicals fromn the office to which they are directed they are held re sponsible until have settled their bills, and ordered them discontinued. 4. If subscribers move to other places without informing the publisher, and the papers are sent to their former direction, they are responsible. - 5. The courts have decided that refus ing to take' periodicals from the office or leaving them uncalled'for, is prima facie evidence of intentional fraud. 6. Any person who receives a news paper and makes use of it, whether lie has erdered it or not is held in law to be a ubscriber. 7. If subscribers pay in advance they ire bound to give notice to the publisher, it the and of the time, if ...
COMMERCIAL MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 27 February 1885
MELBOURNE MARKETS.j Fat Cattle.-1425 Were penned, prime sold from £11 to £14 15s ; good sold' from £9 Os to £10 10; second do sold from £7 Os to £8 s; inferior do sold from £5. Prime pens of cows sold from £8 15s to £9 l0s Od ; good do sold from £G Os to £7 Os ; middling and inferior £5 Os. Fat Calves.-130 were yarded. Prime s~old at from 60s to 70s; good do from 40s to 50s; second from 25s to 35s ; in ferior front 15s. Fat sheep.-The market was largely u....pplied, 10,i00 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. Very few crossbreds were penned. and with the exception of a few shorn ivethers; which sold at from 12s. Od. to 12s 6d, none were prime. Best in the wool, sold at from l3s. 6d. to 15s. Gd.; ethers, from 9s. l'rime merino wvethers, in th...
DAIRY PRODUCE, HIDES ETC [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 27 February 1885
DAIRY' PRODUCE. HiDES ETC nlessrs. M'Kay and M'Donald report a larage quantity of produce to hand to klay,'which met with brisk competition. - nld sold at the following quotations: Cheese: Prime quality in good demand, rand sold at from 5d. to Gjd. per lb. ; inedium, 5d. to 53d. ; interior from 4d. Potted Butter. Prime new make, 10d. to lid. per lb. ; good old, 9d. to 10d. per lb .Fresh Butter Choice dairies up to is 4d. -medium, lld.; inferior. 7..d. Eggs, from 12d. to 15d. per dozen. Bacon : Smoked 'hams, gAd.; sides, Sd. to lid; flitches, 71d; ,do., green, from 7.Ad. to 8d., according to quality; Honey, 4Od. for good garden lots; bush, 3d. to 4d. Beeswax, 9d. per lb. .Lard, 5d. to Gd. per lb. Turkeys, from .i4s. to 1is. per pair; ducks, 5s. to is.; geese. to Ts. ; fowls, 3s. Gd. to 4s. Car ?ase pork, dairy fed, Gd. per Ib,
MILLITARY SHAM FIGHT IN MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 27 February 1885
MfELOLL W l M A1f ?FGfL . We quote the following interesting article from the A.ge of Monday last; A sham fight between the metropolitan infantry and artillery troops took place on Saturday afternoon in Albert Park, mid way between South Melbourne and St. Kilda. The offer ofVictoria to send troops to the Soudan and satisfactory enrolment of volunteers alreadyn made, no doubt added to the importance of the occasion, hence tile attendance 'of spectators was unuunallylarge, fully 5000 being present. The plan of "operations was very simple indeed. It was drawn up by Colonel Brownrigg with the object of testing the troops in the new formn of-infantry attack recently- introduced into time Prussian army, and in which the Victorian militia have been drilled during the last two months. It was supposed that the enemy (the St. Kilda Artillery and the Victorian) had landed at IBrighton on Friday night, marched to St: Kilda by daylight on Saturday, and seized the St. Kilda rail way station and a...
MOGLONEMBY JOTTINGS [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 27 February 1885
MIOGJULOAlYLB TOTTIX QS BY "INCOG." You should just hear us cookies criti cising "Yan Yean's" letter. We don't know who lihe is, and perhaps its as well that we don't for some of us have conme to the conclusion that he is a big rate payer; and if the mask were thrown olif we might be disappointed. We are, I be lieve, unanimous in thinking " Yan Yean's" idea of having a tap at every back door, a nice shower bath every day, pure filtered water to drink, and so on, a very excellent one, and well worth all the publicity the columnss of the Adverltier can afford ; but at the same time we thinik these things would be as acceptable to farnners as to townsmen. Now farmers don't ask for such things, for they try to obtain them for themselves, and though they would have no objection to have a portion of their rates splnt for the benefit of the town, I uam sure there would be a general. outcry were the council to attempt to appropriate their imoney for the pur pose of supplying Euroa with wate...
EUROA RACES SUBSCRIPTION LIST. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 27 February 1885
EVoý .L RA.LE M 4U5i sriCI1'.TI4ON The following is a list of subscribers to the forthcoming races to be held on St. Patricks Day. the 17th of March. The subscription lists were not all to hand when we went to press: Collected by Mr. P. M. Messrs. M. Garrett, £2; P. Mahoney, 10s.; G. Connors, 7s. Gd. ; A. Miller, 5s.; Platt, £1. ; Early, 5s. ; J. Foster, 5s. ; J.: Ferguson, 5s; P. Costilla, 5s.; G. Bradford, 5s. ; A. Welsh, 5. ; A. Lavery. 5. ; W. Jolmson, 2s. Gd. ; J. J. Sinclair, IOs. : A. Cox, 5s. ; G. Gane, 5s. ; T. Young 2s. Gd. ; W. Parsons, 5s. ; T. Collins, 5s. ;P. lM'Lean, £1. is. ; W.Wilson, 5s.; A. Anderson, 5s; Spencer, 5s. ;. H. M'Guiness, £llls. ; J. Brenock, 2s. Gd.; S. Becroft, 2s. Gd. ; ,. .Gratt? , 5s.; A. Sinclair, 2s. Gd. ; J. Foiught, 2s. Gd.; P. Crosby, 10sL Gd.; T. Foley. 5s. ;P. Hehir, 5s. ;'A. Allan, 5s. Collected by Mr. P. F. MI'CLUSrI . Messrs. P. F. M'Cluskoy, . £1. s.i ; D. A. Casement, £1 Is. ; A. J. Satchwell, L£1 s. ; J. Birkett, £1 is. ; F. S. Neale,...
TRIFLES BY "MOPOKE." [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 27 February 1885
TWIFLEJ BU "I' IOPoULE." On the Benalla station the other cay an old .darkey might have been seen in a great state of excitement as the Mel bourne train drew up, and asking every one " If theysaw his Ole Marster?" How ever his " Old Master" failed to make his appearance for a minute or two, so he sat himself down on a seat to wait for the next train, but presently a young fellow about 19 or 20 years of age stalks alo?,g carrying a valise. In a moment the old dlarkey spots him, and with a voice loud enough to be heard all over the station, he says, "Here's my 0lo Marster,. God bless him, God bless you," and taking the valise out of his masters hand, and un :covering -his head they proceeded to Ryan'sn ,to drown their joy, the master blushedli lkk a girl biutilie must'have felt proud to win .such respect and affection from an old darkey, who was not dcshamed :'to show:it on a public platform. ,When Ihve been :at Euroa station Tve noticed - the :mail guards' deluged 'with' Sletters, wh...
VIOLET TOWN RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 27 February 1885
VIOLET TOWN RACES. The booths and gate were sold by auc tion on Saturday as follows:-Publicans Mr. Lane; Refresmelcnt, _Mrs. Hart; Gate, Mr. R. Geary. The following are the nominations for the Violet Town races to be held on the 10th March?: VIOLET TOWS' ILtADICAP. Mr. Storey's After Dark Sullivan's Here's Luck. Sims's May Dew MLIoylan's Blue Bell M oylan's William Tell ,Bell's LarrikinsU Hoggs Inverell Moron' s Prince Patrick Cowan's Encore Little's Walhalla Hoystead's Bonnie Bee C. W\illiams's Black Prince J. Williams's Geraldine HURDLE IRACE. Mr. Sullivan's Here's Luck Grattan's Alledore. ' Skelton's Zoo Newcomen's Berefoot MIoran's Marec?e Gornian's Brown Girl ~ E. Williams's Little John PFAOIER S PURSE. Mr. Sullivan's Here's Luck ,i Brownless's Auctioneer Croxford's Cremain Sambell's Little Willie Swan's Saladin Hoskins' Sally Brass ,, Hoskins's Maid of Violet Town W.V iLane; Secretary.
TO MAJOR SLEE. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 27 February 1885
To ,MAJOR S-EE. The Commandant is opinion that Euros is too far from Sandhurst and Mel bourne to admit of a troop being formed there. There being only one drill ili structor it is essential that the 2nd troop should be formed within an easy reach of those two pIlaces. The Commandant much regrets that he cannot entertain the idea, but begs to thank you for the olfer. By Order, H. BROWNRIGG, 17/2/85 Staff Adjutant.
Arrival of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 27 February 1885
MLLs arrive at the Euroa Post Office as follows : From Gooram, Merton, Doon, Main dample and Mansfield, at 5.20 p.m., Sun days excepted. From Jamieson, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 5.20 p.m. From MIiepoll, 3Miepoll South, Kar nrmomus South, on Mondays, Wednes days, and Fridays, atO 9i.iii. - - From: Shean's:OreoekStrathbogaie Stri~thlboie' West:odi Wediesdays and Saturdays,'at 5.30 IP.m.r 1Froni Balniattum, 'Mondays, 'Wednes days, at 5 p.m. From Moglonesmby, Thursdays, at 5 Melbourne up and down train, daily at 10.17 a.ni . - Melbourne up train, daily at 7 p.m. Down train daily, at 6.15 lp.m.
HOW JUSTICE IS ADMINISTERED IN KENTUCKY. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 27 February 1885
H.OW ,JUSTICE IS :ADMINIS. TERED IN: KENTUCKY: . THe following: despatch from Louis villa . is printed in the etwio Y.ork llcrald of the 4th- instant:-James H. Tinsley, of i Barbours ille, and Colonel Robert Boyd,-' of London, ireturning libnomefroi Whiteshliig, Letlier Couinty where they hadbeen in- attenidance; on the Circuit Court, gave infortnation of a veiy warlike state of affairs at Whites burg, the town being filled with. armed men, aid a bloody'fight being imuiinient. Judge Finley,, of Williamsburg, ;a famous.- mountain' jurist, iis judge bf this circuit, and for tivo years 'past bhs not dared to go to Whiceshburg to hold court; because of a threat madoe byu one of the most desperate men in the county to lillihim if he'ev:cei': entered it. ? This man recently fell a victim to the pre vailing, plague, -and after his death Judge Finley , again went to. Letcher. At this tnrm of thle Lelclier County Court a man was to be tried for murder. T'Ihe man was out on bail, and: -his fr...
AUSTRALIAN TROOPS FOR EGYPT. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 27 February 1885
AUSTRALIAN PTROOPS` FOR ....EGYPT. THuE patriotic and: spirited offer of the governrilent of the mother: colony of New South Wales, to send -a properly Sequipped force of troops. to Egypt to assist tho Britishl army in ro-capturihg Klihrtoitii, and supprnessing the i belliil in the Soida,,ni contry;, living. been accepted by the British Govern ment, has set the whole continent of Australia aglow ivith military enthusi asm. Victoria; South Austrilin, and Queensland have now submi.itted similar offers,.which .will probably be accepted in a qualified' sens --that is.to say should their assistance be deemed necessary. Some littlb disalipointmnent, will naturally be' felt by those fired with" the new-beria military' ardour evoked in Victoria shoulld tleir services not be immediately employed; but io feeling of anger should be engendered, nor should jealousy at the honour con ferred on the 'elder colony be perm;sitted to exist. ' The offer was first made by New South Wales, and as a compl...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 27 February 1885
r1nsotogrspayns. F OR Sale at the Advertiser office, and at C. L. DeBoos' store. C: ?ars. Sutlierland's Hotel :' Challenger's House 2K 0d. Kirkland strect (view) f si~ath De Boos'-Employees Canns. Post Office : I 1 R-, Bilway street (nortli view) Rilhwaystreet(south view) is. : Presbyterian Church,: VWesleyau Church Catholic Church . I !. H A74T A N, BOOT SHOEMAKER, KIRKLA D-STREET, EUROA. Repairs Neatly executed at Shortest Notice. Workmanship and Material Guaranteed. O. A. SIEBERT, leachier of Misic. D ?'ESIRES to,announceito.thlepublic of - . Euroa, that risig??i? takeii up his re sidence here, will receive pupils for Violin and: Brass Instruments, also Piano and Sirigng.i . C. A. S., trusts to give every satisfac tion- and desires the support andpatronage of the residents of Euroa. :i Piano's carefully and thoroughly tuniid lOs: Gdi~in. township; 15s. outside and i deighbouring townships. : ,?Orders by post. or othlerwise promptly attended to: ADDIBEss C. A: SIEBERT.,- care of P...
The Advertiser PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. "MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27th., 1885. VICTORIAN OFFER REFUSED. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 27 February 1885
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNJRIG. " MODERATE. BUT PROGRESSIVE." FRIIDA Y, FEBRUIdRY 27th., 1885. VICTORIAN OFFER REFUSED. So3tr little disappointment will naturally be felt by those fired with the new-born military ardour evoked in Victoria, now that their services have been for the presentdeclined. But no feeling of angershould be engendered nor should jealousy at the honor con ferred on the elder colony be permitted to exist. The first offer was made by Now South Wales, and as a compliment to Australia and to indicate the sym pathetic federation of the Empire, it was promptly accepted. Should the exigencies of thecircumstances demand it, or should GreatBritainibe embroiled in any other war, no doubtthe splendid offer of the younger colonies will be accepted with alacrity. At present Great Britain, without outside aid, is vell able to.cope with her present foes, and although it maydamp our enthusi asm and hurt our pride, on the whole it were better that caution should be exhibited o...
CHANGE OF PROPRIETORSHIP [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 27 February 1885
CHANGE OF PROPRIETORSIIP WE have to announce that this journal hai changed hliands, and in future will be conducted by Mr. James UI. Smith, a gentleman well and favorably known in the newspaper world. Though a young man, the -new manager has had considerable- experience. and the hope is cherished that his connection with Advertiser will be of a satisfactory character. The late proprietor in taking his leave would beg to return thanks to his numerous supporters, and indeed to the public generally from whom he hals recived every encourage ment. We trust that the change of proprietory will not have the effect of lessening the moral influence and usefulness of this journal, whi:h up to the present have, we are satisfied, not been inconsiderable. It is exactly twelve months ago since the Advertiser was started, and we could point to many improvements it has been the means of bringing about during it career. We sincerely hope that the new proprietor's hands will be strengthened with sub= ...