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SHIRE ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 15 August 1884

$IIIIE ELECTIO¶S. :TilE whole town.was yesterday thrpoiked with people, froTii ll "pirt.4 bof'the district. !The noise of the cattle early in the morning was sufficient to indicate that it was one of the monthly sale day, but with the exception of some bills " vote for M!cGuinness" and " vote for IcKeinna," there was nothing to show that it was the" day upon which the above elections, wre held, But little interest seemed to be takediili the latter, the majority of the rateCpayers I merely recording their votes in favour of their particular candidate, and thexi hurrying away to Teague's: sal "or the Horse Parade. A s more good humored lot it would be impossible to meet, and their hearty laughter was only drowned by the noise of. the cattle 'aiid sheep. But to return to tliheelectiois:"?'Iii the central riding, the candidates were Cr. McGuinness and Mr. McKeinna. The former is one of the oldest residents ini the township, and 'has been for many years a miember of the Council., Bis opp...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Forthcoming Shows. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 15 August 1884

]'lhie Secretaries of Agricultural So aietics will oblige by sending /to the Editor of the ADVERTISEI an:early inti ination of the dates, etc., of their respec tive shows, ploughiing nmatcdes, and any other items of importance: to agricunl turists. Secretaries of horticulturalsocie ties will asio oblige by forwarding any1 jarticulars of interest. Eu, A.] SEPTELMBERi.f 4th.-Yarrawonga. 23rd.-Numurkah. 11th & 12th-Ovens and'm Murray Agricultural Society, at Wang.aratta, S th, 18th, & 18th th.-Nabtional Shoiv Echuca.. '5th.--loira, at Dookie.. OcTOiER. 1st & 2nd.-Shepparton & L.G.V &ciety, at Shepparton, 16th.-Murclhison. S22nd; &22rd."-N.E. & GV.?;Socicty ¢-t-TmturajJiL 7i . LC I

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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KARRAMOMUS. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 15 August 1884

.jTlhe long Ilooked\for rain ,has cbmo at last, much to the deligiht of the farmers. " cThi Deblatiig'Socicty held a meeting on Saturday evening but the proceedings were.not. of much importance, owing to_ the absence of thetreasurer and secretary. Mli J.'Hamill was voted to the chiir, theiq'?estion of "Drinking" which was to have been discussed was postpdned, Themembers of theArcadia'football club held a meeting on Saturday. evening and arranged to have a practice match on the following Saturday, phij- to commence at three o'clock.' J- -.

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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WESLEYAN CHURCH, EUROA. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 15 August 1884

WESLEPkO CHURCH, EUROA. Morning.; 11,-MrW. vames Lowe. ii ;t"Fi·

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EUROA RAINFALL FOR YEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 15 August 1884

EUROA RAINFALt FOR YEAR. SThie followrig is a coinplete table of, . _ 'rainfall for ]half year & e:; - 'iMontlhs. ?,No.of;days. Rainfall.: Junoe i-'? -, 12 4.09 period last yar. f 44 13 15 R.- iifall during ithe monthi.of ,;. Place *, P1 e No of days Rainfall ",:: - Ranea : J.: ',:: 13 -504 inc-??r. represents abou-t 100 tone .per? acres-iS .R : -

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Sermons, Lectures etc, CHURCH OF ENGLAND, EUROA [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 15 August 1884

sermnions, Lectures etc, CHURCH OF ENGLAND, EUROA0 THE REV. F. L. WILSON will DE I l ]lIVER thlb:'os6nd bf b dosisdfof Lectures to young men next Sunday evening. .4aG . T. ,l Subject: "The seductive influences of Infidelity." In thelfirst two lectures Mr Wilson will give an .account,of his early struggles Rwith 'infiidefity-Lhis personal experiencew!ith infidels;dand the manner in whlich he as delivered from its power ;and inflcu L rce. SSyllabus :iCan" Infdelsty sustain the soul under circumstanies)of deep trouble and approaching dissolution? The death of William Chapm-iiian, an infidel lcader) Gathering clouds. ,Ailiction.; H.Iopo and its clingigi .. gi:deii scene. Progress of thoughlit"! :!Lirht? "d4 d, s. Prayer nsswered, A mnother' love-Her happy death?ýt rLyi ni;others. - A dyins dauhterterrible¢ reproof to ai infidels fathecr. Thad'eyounhg ainleor 'ent . Thsd jtaU puflsoiescy of tho11!iblejry j i _ s1OlE

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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LOCAL MARKETS [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 15 August 1884

LOCAL MARKETS The local mill reports: Wheat 3s 7d; seed wheat 4s 6d ; seed oats 2s 9d; feed o:ts 2s Sdtl ; fowls wheat 3s, IMr C. B. Deboos reports prics locally as follows . Fresh butter 11d to is, Potted butter Gd to id. Eggs is. Carcase pork, under 1001b 4d. Fowls, 2s tc ;s per pair. Ducks 3s per pair. Turkeys 5s to 10s per pair. Sheepskins id to -4d. H ides 2d to 2Did. Kaugaroo skids 9dito is. Id. p Wallaby Gd. to 71. " Oppossum 2s Gd to 4s Gd. Bear 2s Gid Wattle Bark,'-92 to £6 per ton. J. E. Handbury and Co. report: Butter (print), Is to Is ld per lb.; prime new csk, 5d to 81d ; do. old cask, 7d to 9d : eggs, Is per dozen; honey,.3}d to 4ld per lb.;pigs 3dto4?d turkeys,: 5s to.10s per pair; fowls, 's to 3s; ducks, 8s to'-ls G; oppossum skins, 2s Gd to Gs. AIr D. A. Casement hay and corn mllerchnt, Euroa, reports: Fruit trees, vines a:nd shrubs moving off freely. Cabllge gopla.tlt. ° per owt, very s.lrca. U'ran Is 2d. Pollard is 2d. : BEst hay chlaf to El 5i Best straw do. to £...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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DAIRY PRODUCE, HIDES ETC [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 15 August 1884

DAIRY 'PRODUCE, HIIDES ETC Messrs William Adamson and Co. report (13th Aug.).-Cheese : Good to prime, Gd to 6 ,1d ; medium to good, 4~d to 51d,; inferior, lower. Potted; butter good to prime at 10d. to 10-. medium at 7.-. to 9d.; inferior from 5d. upwards. Fresh butter: Best dairies (half pounds) realised from Is. 2d. to Is. 4Ad. the latter price only being reached by a ed' lines. The balnce of good butter offered, including mixed prints, brought "from Is upwards. Eggs guaranteed lots sold from is. V d. to is. 2A. Bacon country cured at 3d. II:ams from 7d. to 9d., country cured. Honey: Best garden, 3d. to 5.d.; bush, 4d. to 4ld. Beeswax, 9d. Poultry: Fowls, 3s. 6d.. to.,4s. -d. ducks, 5s. 9d. to 6s. turkeys, 6s 9d. to 12s. Carcase pork realised 4d. to Gd ; TWell dressed porkers, from, say, 701b. to 85 lb., bring best prices.

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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ASHLEY CAMP. AN AUSTRALIAN STORY CHAPTER VI. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 15 August 1884

ASIILEY CAMP. , AN AUSTRALIAN -STORY, " In tihe -naturo'ofthinig s : the Blind -Horse Gully filhd could not long reminin a. secret frim the w9rld, ,but thd ?.?lS: pectors xilanaged to secure a v?i. ry lrge share of the gold before i-a chance visitor in search lof a horse, or. on such errand, ;trayed by the workings where Aslley and O:Grady were comfortably making their fortunes .` A etw weeks after the events nairrated ini the proceeding chapter, the visitor to Blinld .Horse Gully, just imeniioned ,pro cceded on business to Billington, and, whilst drinking I in an hoel-: there;~wnas accosted by Sliun!er:, of the "' Eale:" Sliimniier' wlh'held . the iosition" of re pi ter oi": iithat initicit'al orrgani of publii. opiin io atthe:..ngnificenit re imunieration of:£2 0s. ier '. wceke ' bleiar-eyed and bandy-legged e;,tyoi' titan; ai}heose i duty.it': .was- to:pick i ui itemns for the "Eagle,'mAwiich t having been rendered into very dubious English forntii. the principal portioi Tof tlhe...

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Horse Parades. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 15 August 1884

UOrwm 1'arndesad ~ :o: IIorse parades, ckt. will be held on c~r3lthie~fo'lowjn'·dncs '20thi \zitnturk,.b ,r-, r" 2tind.-Shepparton. 05th.-Mooroopna.- ý'ý'r . ^ 27th Tatu-ht lra: ýý9tl: Ihenley's" (Tatura Wgest) 30tShym-Seymurour NI' .Nnr, P _.: - SEPThMIIIE R. --------------- -: `"i ; s;1Lt-ceynmour and - Nagainslie, at Na gaumble. -

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CANIAMBO. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 15 August 1884

CA IA YI3O. "ike: othlerodistricts ou?'Pihas suffered conididerably'friih the severe frosts, and e'erything showed'signs'of thle want of a changeiin the weather. ?.LThe desired chango took place on Tlhursday n?orning, and a' fine warm, rain set,in and h.las' con tinued at intervals since: A few liad commenced fallowing, but hiad to give .up doii'e~ihnt of tihe groiniid lbeing too hard. It is soft' eCiiugh' iowr 'ind·no doubt ploughiing oiderationswill:boe pushed onL A concert and ball for the benefit of our local cricket club was held at Whit fielilC-id a'Co;'s' store; Gowangardii,, on Friday evening' thi8th ins't. * The room was crowded to excess. The C:iniamibo Miistrels took ,:tlhe leading part! in the' conicert and carried out 'the progranmne in gr'miiid sitlo;'fihiishing up with thefarco of the "Photograph." The darkies are incfeasing fin -number, and-are certainly imuproving in appearsanc, cinch'eon' li?iig arrayed in a gorgeous suit odf-rain tlidit?t trimnued with scarlet whi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 15 August 1884

Pubfl i otlciS. NOT TO BE BEATEN! 11 EUROA _TRADING COSPA X Y2 Although not in favor of the adoptod rule of ADVERTISING QUOTATIONS Must, if necessary, do so, to show the general public that they sell at prices CONSIDERABLY LOWER Than other houses wlo' are adver tising their prices as the . Lowcst in Euroa, When we do advertise prices, we quote something like the following : - Sago, 3d. Tapioca, 3d. Rice, 3d. Oatmeal, 3d. SCurrants, 6d. iRuidhius, 7d, Coffee, Is 3d.' . Cocoa, is, Red Cross Tam, 6d. Spert Candles, 10d. Tobacco, 2s 9di BestBlues one, 3,;d. Our Sugars are not to be beaten' in the colony FOR TIIE P R I C E Goods only of the very finest quality a.ond all at prices as 'kw in,. ::-proportion as the.abovc.1 OURl l DAI "PE.ii TIbADE Has lately increased to such an extent -,under the low -prices at which we have been oflering our sto k, that" ie"are odetermined to still increase this branch of the business, by offering LOWER THAN E V E.I. S:Vo have the larg tstock:of WINTER" D...

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VIOLET TOWN MEMS. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 15 August 1884

WIOLET TOWN Ygiyg. From enquiries bweo have instituted, it would appear that the plailn of leaving the Advertiser at DIr Grogan's is not at all approved of. As we desire to consider our subscribers in every possible way, we will revert to the old system of posting the papers until we can' make arrangements for leaving them at some place -more con. venient to the post offico than Mr. Grogans. A meeting of members and supporters of the cricket club was held at ~l'Shane's hotel on Saturday night, at ivliich there was a good attendance. It 'was decided to organise the club without any further delay. The challenge cup colmpetition of which intimation hadul been received frost the secretary of the Benalla club, as bein open to several clubs in the North Easters district was discussed. The discussion was adjourned till after the conumittee and officers of the clubhadbeenaplpointed. These were as follows: BMr W. Grattan, President, Vice-presidents, Messrs Allen and Allison ; catptltin, . Ne...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 15 August 1884

wanted. ý r ANTED CORRESPONDENTS in thoe countiy ,districts. Full par ticulars ht this office. Tenders. T1ENDERS are required by Monday,l the lS8thllAugust, for General RE PAIRS, Weatherbodlrding and Painting to the State School, Bnutkett west, No.' 1638 for tlePilublic Works Departnient. Plans and Spcilications to be seen at the State School,-Eu-roa, and for further particulars,, .apply to Guo. Semaurk, In spector of Works,; Benalli? West. TIENDERS ili` be iecve?l by the L Committee, up to 12 o'clock on Saturday the 16th" August: for the erection of a BRICKIMECHANIC'S INSTITUTE and FREE LIBRARY 'at the Ne .Towne= Plans and Specifications may be seen at the \'hit' Hart Hotdl, Londi??od, J. E. MAXFIELD. :" I! 1 T" Hon Secietary. lFor ?-lle. ' FORu SiALE, 4 Roomed COTTAGE, ? detached'kitchen, fany, land near railw'ay station. Easy terms. .* >c'r C.UO.L.5DaBoos, Auctioneer, etc, Euroa. CH URCHI OE .ENGLAND, :EURO. A Special:'IEETING .of' the above church will be held on MIonday, "Au...

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The Advertiser "MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." FRIDAY, 15th AUGUST, 1884. "THOU SHALT NOT SWEAR." [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 15 August 1884

\e soH\ '2z &--vii e " MODERATE, BUT PROGRESSIVE." ".THOUI _SAL'l.T NOT SWEAR." SEsvs Anwriters lately., a ongst others Mr. "Aschibald `Forbes .have' 4lrawv attentioa to the ,wide-spread lia'bi of swearing and usiig obscene language, niit only iin thlesaft1 ofrquarrol or argu ment, but in ordinary conversation, amongst. allclasses of Australians. However -much w~ may fireret the fact, we cannot help recognising the trutH of these charges: It was·really astonish ing o to hhea the'largenumbrr of. people mostldisgdsting language. This is ?,d grave charge, but one which? alas, is oiily) too ,-true. 'i Leiving out any ,objection on higher grounds, thopractice is as senseless ait is vulu r and dis gusting.- The " Vagabond" -says that lthe liv Zealand colonists are far mol'se ci-vilized inthis riespe6et. 'thari , we are. This habit of using foul language, like another social evil recently so fuilly 'discussed )by: one of iour Melbourne contemporaries, does not appear to decrease wi...

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COMMERCIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 15 August 1884

ConmMEICIAI.. The Ne'w Zealand Loan and MIcrean tile Agency Comp:my report as follows : Sheepskins-- Lamb. skins up to 2s 3d each, butchers' skin up to Gs, dry skins, 2s to 4s (Gd each, station skins (in bales), 3Wd to 7d per lb. Hides.-Green ox hides, 16s to 30s each; green cow hides up to 3d per lb, calf skins up to Gid, New Zealand hides up to 4jd per lb,~ kip hides from 3d to 4d per lb, Victorians salted hides. 3d to 4d per lb, do. (extra heavy) up to 4d per lb. Kangaroo and furred skins.-'Kangaroo up to is 9d per lb, wallaby, 3d to 12d per lb, oppossuni skins (average), 2s to 5s per cloz, (superior), up to Ss per dos, rabbit skins, 9d to 2s 2d per doz, New Zealand Sdo up to 2s 10d per doz. Bark.-Ground up to L9 10s per ton, Portland ground up to L10 15s, chopped up to LS 10s, bundled (superior) up to LS, do (average) up to L5 10s. ,to, the "excellent play. ;of Gammie ,and bM'Nay, playing back. A fine i ark by the former was especially, noticeable! Give and take play was indulge...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 15 August 1884

TEA PAPERS, STATIONERY, &c., TRY. THE '`AVDERTISER" O1 f ice. I IALEN, V1OJET TOTWV teneral Storekeeper, IRONMONGER Has always on lhad for sale C. fROCERIES ' S' . laSLe I. Cement, Folhcing'wire, (hest bra:ils.) \git for the NEW ZEALW ND LOAX AND) MERCANTILE 'AGIENCY CO' Me .lbourn e* Cash Advanccs inado against : .. Grain andt Wol. .Agent for tihe . Conlnercial;u Union Fire As. isriaCe .Seiety. Melbourne, M U Agent for the MUTU- L ASSUR\.ANCE SOCIETYI OF VICTORTA.I SAgent for 'Cormlnck Reaiper and .Twine Binder, and other: Agricultural Implements, including : DOBIE'S SEED "SO WER, PETER BEY'S DOUBLE ACTION C IIURNS, The most Labour Saving Churn S Known. Cash Buyer ,of all Fariir Prod ." FR.UIT TREES AT MELBOURNE PRICES, Os OTHE SHORTEST NOTICE. MUTUAL ASSURANCE SO CIETY OF VICTORIA (LiMiTD.) Head Oflice,'79 Little Collins-: street, W\rest Melbourne. For Life A~uinrane and Endiowments. P olicy ,Holders Divido the Profits. Mr TIiains. Loader, (T. Loader & Co., chairmi...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 15 August 1884

FOR SERVICE TO MARES THIS SEASON.   - TO TRAVEL IN THE -   MANSFIELD & EUROA DISTRICTS. A First-class Stallion for getting Race Horses, Fast 'Trotters;     Huntcrs, Handsome Weight- carrrying Hacks, or Horses eminently suitable for the Indian Market. THE THOROUGHBRED HORSE STOCKBRIDGE     (BRED BY DOCTOR BATHE IN 1871), Got by STOCKHAM (imported); his damn, Gramny, by Jersey (impt.) ; grand-dam Edella by Peter Fin (impt.), out of Edella (imported when three years old by the Cressy Company, Tasmania, in 1825). See English General Stud Book, vol. 3, p age 156, and tabulated pedigree in Victoria Stud Books. SBy an exalination of the tabulated pcdigrce of this spllciuidlly bred horse, it will be senc that for a combination of fashionably brilliant, stout and speedy strains of blood, lie is unequalled by any horse in Australia. Attention may be called to the fac tt th there is a close bllool relationshi...

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EUROA SHIRE COUNCIL. Wednesday, August 18. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 15 August 1884

EUROA SHIRE COUNCIL. Wednesday, August 13. Present — Crs. Birkett (President), McGuinness, Graham, Challenger, Gibson, Hehir, and Grattan. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. Letters outward were read and adopted and the following inward received :— From the Secretary of the Central Board of Health relative to the importance of vaccination. Cr. Challenger moved, that 50 posters be printed and circulated throughout the district. Cr. McGuimiess seconded the amotion. Cr.. Hehir moved, that no action be taken. Cr. Crosbie seconded it. Four each way. The President gave his casting vote in favour of the nmotion. From the Shire of Benalla requesting the Council to co-operate in clearing Nalinga road, A petition was received on the same subject from J. Feehan and others. Cr. Grattan'said that the road was one upon which there was a large amount of traftic. If money was not available lie would be quite willing to forego an item om the estimates for cl...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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SHIRE ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 22 August 1884

SJIIE5E ELECTIONS. Tihe question as to who should be elected to occupy seats inl the Council. which had bcon agitating the mind of the electors for some time past culminated on Friday last, when Messrs. M?cGuinndss, Duncail, anid Neelands were returned. In the central riding, Or McGuinness haid to fight against a strong opposition, and it was thought the polling would be very close. Such how ever proved not to be the case, and the retiring councillor was re-elected by a large majority. In the south riding the voting was very close, and Mr. Neelands was returned by a majority of 11 votes. In the north riding the greatest interestwas taken, and great endeavours were umado to oust the retiring councillor Mr. A. P. Sinclair. Against Mr. Sinclair personally there was not the slightest objection, but the ratepayers of larramnomus and Violet Town wanted a representa-tive whose interests were more with thellm, and conse quently they strove to place Mr. Dumcan, a resident of Karlamomus at th...

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