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Arrivals of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 13 March 1885
Aur 'IV- i hM E maiIiM. IItntI'iiiivai at Violet l-TowinPost 011ice as follows: .Froom MelbourneL .ily-10.35 can., and Front mmunlecgh; Taniileugh T Nrthl.;mmd Cani ombo-='fndl ays, :. \Vcduosdaays, .;nf id Fridays, 4.30 p11. Froms D.Imrrmwecncy, ]3olo, and Stratlm bio'mc ' North Tccsd.iys, . iaid Fridays, 6.:30 bJ ap From'. Gosm msmrdimu,-Tcuesdays ml nd Fridays 10 alm. Frosm BIrrintonm s, Couiaumbo-MoIe mys, Tousdaoys, mn ir ri-ys, 4.30 pi.m
VIOLET TOWN POST OFFICE. Departure of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 13 March 1885
S.VIOLET TOWRN POST OFFLCE. 'lDepartrlre of m- ith?.; \LIlls close a;t Violct Towii'Post `Ollico as follows: For Mulbouri dailya' 9:3t0 a.m., a cid 5:30 p.m. For Ilaiuhll"l, Taileiudh N orthli (lousi bag), aid Caniailo--londidaysi , : \VedliCs dlays, and Fridays:. M"ails made up pro vious night 8 .m. . ,For irarrmrweeney (loose bhgr), Boho (loose bag), and Sttllthbogie North (loose bscg)-Tue.sdays, and Frldidys, 10. 40,p.m.: For '];arriicgtoi's, Callialnbo (lobsii bag) .-Mondays, Wedicsdays,' ?a?d Fridays. 1Mails. iinilc tii, previous nilht 8 pi.S
EUROA POST OFFICE. Departure of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 13 March 1885
EUIROA POST OFFIC[E. elparitlure .of Maiils. iLumrs close at the Euro; Post ()lice as follows: For Goonur, Merton, Dooun, M;ill damuple, aund Mansfield at 9.40 a.m. daily, Sundays excepted. For Ja;umieson, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 10.40 a.m. For Mliepoll, Miepoll South (loose bag), and liarriC nnomus, South Mondays, Wed nesdays and Fridays, at 11 a.m. For Shean's Creek (loose bag), Stratlh bogie, and Stratihbogie West (loose ;ag). on Wednesdays and Saturdays, at 11 a.m. For Bahmattum, Mondays, Wednes days, and Fridays, at 11 a.nm. For Moglonemby ; Thursdays, at 7.30 p.nm. For Melbourne up and downl traill, daily at 9.40 a.m. For Melbourne up and down trains, daily; at 5.30p.m:. A.rrivýsli of MIstiis. Lur.s arrive, at the Euroa Post Oflice as follows : F, rom C?ooram, Mcrton, Doon, iMain daumnple and Manslield; at 5.20 p. Su., Sun days excepted. Fronm Jaunieson, Tuesdays, Thursdays, aud Saturdays, at 5.20 p.1m.. From Miepo, iipoll, Miepoll. Souith, Kar raunonuUs - South...
THE SILENT ROCK. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 13 March 1885
TIE.-SITENT 11OCK. Some yairs ago 'whien knights of the pencil were-riotso p irticular is niiw to scamper off to the Continent fir a holi diay, but were content to pass a few ldays iln some quietcoIntiry retreat, a young membher iof the ciraft tcciitdc all inv ita tion from. a .friend to sipend his hiolliay in that. in p of ithe. north- whlich has justly beren termed "the .3 irden of Scotland," Pertthslhire. SOihl friend wans at the tiue on the stafifa small weekly, but was lent on working his, wint' up tihe literarsy hlader of Tanie. The paich to ihielich hlie.. bhent.. w.as lircly in its natural ,i eaiity, but foorsome reason oi other t'lis was to a great cixteit lost sight of by the scribe who, thlingh lie had.,inominally. left the office, had ai;'ictic.,llv taken miuch of it with him. Towaids'.he chose of his visit he rc nark.lh? h ?i , 'irren the 1.c.dlity was in incideitf and regretted that lihe should harve to return to his: Ipaper : ithout linifefiils f~ ~civen a. pair.grapi...
GAZETTE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 13 March 1885
Messrs.' J. F. Levi;n, F. L, Dcrhani, and C. Yea, M.P's, have been appointed trustees for the Agricultural Colleg?eAct, 1881. 4Applications :for leaes approved.--E. Sorenson, Euroa-; J. Harki y, Enroa.. Private Sessle, on hearing news of his. wife's death-by: the'.accidont at: Sydniey, obtained leave to. land and return to
COMMERCIAL MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 13 March 1885
tCO'" IEUtCIAL . MELBOURNE MARKETS. Fat ... tle.-1,50 ' were' pcnnd,. priume sold from £13 to £14 7s ; good sold from £9 Os to £11 10; second do sld from £8 Os to £9 Us ; inferior do sold from £6. P- rime pens of cows sold from £8 0ls'to £9 1Ss Od ; good do sold from £6 Os to £7 Os; injddling and inferior £4 Os. . Fat Calves.-220 were yarded. Prime sold at fromn 6b0s to 80s; good do from 40s to 50 ; second from 253 to 35s; in ferior from 15s. Fat sheep;-The market was largely snpplied, 14,200 being jyarded, the bulk of which H-ere of good to primo quality, The demand for best descriptions was brisk, and for such lh-eweek's rates were s:ightil assier. but middling and inferior sorts wear dull of sale, and prices ruled low. Very few crossbreds were penned. and w ith the exception of a few shorn rethers; wich . sold at from 12s. Od. to 12s Gd, none- were primd' Tlest in the wool; sold at from''13s. G6 . to 15s. Gd.; others, froin 9s. to 10 . Prime merino wethers, in the wool, from 12s....
LOCAL MARKETS [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 13 March 1885
LOCAL 31ARKLETS The local mill'reports having purchased during week, over 350 bags of wheat and 1300 bags oats, at the following prices : *'Wheat, 3s 2d to :s 3d; oats, 2s 4d to 2s Gd barley, 4s 2d.. also has on hand for sale -a .splendild samnple of Port McDonnell hmind threshed seed wheat, and also Imperial vauiety. Splendid sample Tartarian oats for sale, about 100 bags, yield 8 boigs to the acre. Mr. P. F. McCluskey reports having purchased for the week : 25 bags of wheat 200 bags of oats, iat the following prices : -Wheat of good quailty, in now bags, - s 11.d; oats, 2s 4d. Mr. D. A.- Casemecnt reports having Sbought for Derham and Co :-300 bags - oats up to 2s. id. - Mr C. L. Deboos reports prices 'Iccally as follows. ! Fresh butter tdl to 10l Potted bltter lid to 74d. Egg% s. . 'ols, 2s to Os per pair. •Ducks 3s per pair. Tl'urieys 5s to 10s per pair. Sheepskins 3d to 41d; Hides 2d to 2id. Kangaroo skins 9l to is. Id. - 'Wallaby 6d, to 7d. 'Oppossum 2s id to 4s 6d. ,-...- Wat...
DAIRY PRODUCE HIDES ETC [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 13 March 1885
D) IRYi PIIRODUCE. iiIDES ETC Aesxr .s'it Kay and M'Donald report it larl u qdantity of ,produce to hand to ay? whih siiiet with brisk competition. ;nd sold at , the following" quotations: Cheese ': Prinie qudity in good demand, a:nd sold at from 5d. to 6ld. per lb. ndiuie?dr, 5d: to 51d. ; inferior from 4d. Potted Butter. -Prime new makc, 10d. to 1ld. per lb. ; good old, 9d. to 10d.'per lb S'resh Butter Choice dairies up to is 4d. muedium, L?,d.; inferior. 7ad! Eggs, from 12d. to 15d. per dozen. Bacon : rSmoked l'hams, 9d.; sides, 8d. to 9d; flitches, 74d; - do., green, fromi 7d. to Sd., according to quality; Honey, 4W1. for goodgarden lots; hbush, .d. to 4d. - Beeswax, d. per lb. L2 rd, 5d. to 6d. per lb. Turkeys, from 14s. to, 16s. per pair; ducks, us. to Gs.; geese, to 7s. ; fowls, 3s. lid. to 4s.. Car ?case pork, dai'y fed, id. per lb,
POETRY. IN THE STEAMER. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 13 March 1885
POETI1Y. LN THE STEAMER. In the steamer, oh my darling, When the foghorns screaml and blow -. And the footsteps of the steward Softly, como;-and softlygo. When the passengers are groining With a deep and sincere woe ; Will you think of me and love me : As y!ou did not long ago. In the cabin, oh my darling, Think not bitterly of me, The' I rushed away and left you In the middle of our tea. I was seized with sudden longings. - To gaze on the deep blue sea; - - It was best to laavo you then, dear; Best for you, and best for me. For contiunation of reading matter see .ourth page.
EUROA RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 13 March 1885
Subjoiicd are the weights for the hindi cap nrces to be run at this mnetin on the 17th inst . HaDLE DAL.Tw "Two iiles: Lil t.J lb. Little Jolm . .. . 10.10 Leopold 10 5 Sinclair .. . 10 5 EnROA cUp. One mile acid a ihalf. Ge:?hdine .. 8 10 Black Princeo ... 8 8 Little John ... 7 7 fMocking Bird 7 7 Aucti. or ;.. .. .. 2 After Dark . ... 6 12 Here's Luck.. ..... 6 12 S111iE HIANDICAp. One mile and a quarter. Sst. lb. (eraldine 12 0 Black Prince' .: 12 0 Monsieur ... 11 2 Auctioneer ... .. ... 10 1 After Dark ... . ... 10 5 Here's Luck.;. ... -... 10 ::5:' N. R. D.: BOND, Handicaiper.' F. S. NEALE, Secrtariy.
SYDNEY ITEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 13 March 1885
The children of Private Sessle have been placed under the care of 'Mr. and Mrs. Rodgers, of Carlton street, Sununer Hills. - Contributions are still flowing in for the Patriotic Fund. Over £200 was?re coived yesterday. Arrangements for the annual encamp nient of the volunteer forces as regards locality for camping have been settled. The troops go into culp at Middle Head. The funeral of the late i.Irs. Sessle, killed on board the steamer Nemesis, took place on Friday afternoon, and was largely attended. Many promtheinit citizens were present. A tirmn of solicitors communicated with the Government on Saturday,-stating that the late Mrs. Sssale, who lost her life in the collision between the Nemesis and Iberia, was entitled to a legacy of £8,000, which now goes to her children.
CLOSED ROADS. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 13 March 1885
:;. Ani:,important-decision a?fotinogclosedl roads was given in theSuprom'o Court 'lst fweek, by His HonorMr. Justice Willianis. MIr. G. Scaley, a contractor and ratepayer in the .shire of :Glenelg, 'applied for' a ssmnudamuo s to compel the council to open for traffic certain reserved and proclaimed. :roads within the shire. The amin poiint involved in this applic ation is one of very great iimportance, not only to land-owners and selectors, but also to the general public. Shortly stated, it is whether a shire council can, notwithstandingi the pro visions to the contrary contaiied in the Local Government Act 1874, allow a land owner to close a proclaimed surveyed road passing between or through portions of his property, and which by virtue of the act is to be deeomed to be required faor piublic tnrllic until the council and the Minister shall otherwise decide and such decision has" bhen publislioh in the Government Gazette. His Hdoior was.clearly of opinion that as the Legis lature...
VIOLET TOWN. CONCERT AT VIOLET TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 13 March 1885
CONCERT AT VIOLET TOW\N. A concei t was h.:hl in Underwios.'sI hall on nac night in aid of the Cathnoic' thopel. The building was crowdel to excesi. to:oral ersons bei?ng unable' to ?aia admission and had to stay outside. 'lhe entertainmcnt :mimencndr with a song from air. tloh?er, which was well rceiv.?l, Miss Hianlon oilwing with that be ntiful littleson " Only a pnausy blossom" with r. chorus by a coao Iony. which was heant:lfnly rendered, after which Messrs. ,amie'on and Rohner cra;ked some amusing jok.:sandconu dru.ur, an I the name two genltlemenl sang "Don't forget ,le, little darling" Miss lanlon sang "" Free .villhe the. heart when the clouds roll naway"-' ong' (in (i:cinmnitr) by Mtdsvrsn B':u'I'il:h. -amieson; and iRohner. "we are all yaung fellows brand new." "Da?deing in the Sn' - light" was then rendecred by the MAes-rs. Ia?niocon and Itoltoer in first clam style, for which they received ri encore. but did not reeiond. Mr Kain then sang of "lGentle Minnie Lee" ithe Mis...
LONGWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 13 March 1885
(F3.01 OUR OwNv CORnESPODENTT . A public meeting: was held in tlhe Longnwod" Mechafics' Isiis iii e on Sat urday evening,, whitih was ael! 'ttended, nearly ill the leadinii business people being present, and also a aIrge nu:,ber of residents from' oitlying distriits. The object of the nmeeting was to take steps to obrain police. protection at the new townshi. T'he Iplic e cCamp being. situated at the old township, fiully two miles distint, the residents" suffn r ver frequent inconvien en ce: It was deide? that a vigilelce conmnii tee should be clected, consis ing Sof : Messrs Grant, Nicholson. J. :Maxfic'd, Hill, Rohbins, S; Saggers, llchey,.Puaddy, :n:l J.E. Max fiell, to .wh' iu the moement fo- police protecition shout l be entrusted? The meeting Iwa3 unfaniimi ,u, and iurge I the vigiiince commitree.to take prompt iud decisive action " f. r the 'attainient of t eir 'bject. Beforel tir e mdi s ig di per ed, it iriss suggested thent s eps should b. taken tl, pocura 'n organ to be p...
VIOLET TOWN V. WINDING CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 13 March 1885
VIOLET TOWN ,v. WINDING S.. CREEK.. . A match played butween the above clubs on the frinoer's ground on Satur last, resulted in aln easy w'infor the locals. The visitors went first to the wickets but were all disposed of for 24 riuns. The locals succeeded in puttinZ together 259 runs. Appended are the full scores: :.V,'LNDLN. C .EEKI. J. .Welsh (run out), 3 ; J;.Mu.nford, c Home, b Davis. 5 ; G. Davis, b Neil, 1 ; Hill (captain)., I Neil, , ; T..; Allcorn, b Davis, 1 ; J. \Woodland. , Davis, 0 ;It. Welsh, b Davis, .0 ; W. P'Pihersen b Neill, 0 ; G. 'Ward, b Neil, 0 ; G. Allcorn, .c Nil, b Davis, 1 ; E. Gro.nii (iot out), 0; Byes, 7. Total, 24. VIOLET TOWNS. Johnston, b ; Allc.rn, 16; N.eil, b Allcorn, 19 ; Grogan, b Hill, 37 ; Davis, 1h Hill, 32.; AI'Slhane, b Hill, 23 ; Begga, b1 Woodlands,'33; Holie, b:Allcorn, 38; Humphries (not out), .33;. Miller, b Allcorn, 14; Mills, b Allcorn,0 ; Sambell, b Woodlands. 0 : Bvcs.,14. Total, 259.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 13 March 1885
C. A. SIEBE'RT, Teacher of Music. DESIRIES tolanuiunce to the public of J.. Euroa, that having taken up his re sidence here, till receive pupils for Violin and Brass Instruments, also liano and Singing. . C.. S., trusts to give every satisfac tion and desires the support and patronagel "f ihe. residents of Euroa. Piano's carefully and thoroughly tuned 10s. Gd..in township: 15s.' outside and aicighbouring townships.. Orders by post or otherwise promptly attended to. Ti:aris-PAYXtiLE-SSnRTrLr" ?x AvANxccs. Ainrias 0. A. SIEIBERT. care of. P. F. Idi CLxsian. IM RS. CREE begs to inform theo resi _-. dents of Euro;u, mid vicinity; that she has- removed to the premises lately occupied by Mr. O'Shea in Kirldand street, Euoan . VWhere by strict attention .to Iusiuess she hopes to receivesacoiitinu ance of the patronage accorded to her late husband and to herself. ' 111R.II 1. H. kEEVEJS. -. EUROA, T7JEACHER of Piniio and Theory Sing ing, and Drali ing. "Terms on application to the above add...
EFFECTS OF FEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 13 March 1885
!rjEFFECTS OF FEAIR. 'Pi?u: following horrible uitory. of lithe effects of li ar is relaided of s1mae Fren?ch tiavrllers who at!cimlted to exl.lore the va:uls. of the ,Egypti?ns pyr.miuds, w\hilich revis some of those tlrriftingll oS ti-Cetions we soomietimes meet wit h in disturlhed dreams. These person:s 1had al e:idy tiave?ced an ext"lnsive labylrinth of e;inilbers anol assages; theyli .ere on their returnm, and had arrived at the most dillifult parit of it-a very lo!lg and winding passage, forming a c.)linni catio:n.. bctweenl t o:: chIauIbI s; its opening was narr1w .udtli. low-the riu.gedness of the loor', sides, a?l roof renderied their p'ogress .slow iild labo r'ious-and thesei' dillicltic iii: creased rapidly as they advanced. Tihe toch with which th y h :td' mea .:red bce:,ne lscless, the 'plasslage diminished its height. i ; ,' h its hIeighit and width nt length; ih, weVCi', beainti so nuletl con ti-dted tihat the larty "'were cim,, leulli, tO crawl. Tiheir w'uideriugs in...