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ARCADIA. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 27 March 1885

AiA CADIA. - (FusOSI OUn o?c Cordi ni OnDEsT), Regarding our Arcadia weacher it con tinues like the neighbouring districts, very dry, the only change being on Thurs day last, when we were favored with a half day's hot *'ind, and a shower of dust in the afternoon, instead of tlhe mruel' wished-for rain. It aplpears that the in habitants of KIarrauonmus, and 'Miepoll, do not intend to let the Easter holidays n.ss ulnnoticed this y?yor,: ..ert;s,,illa5 l5 -lild atil:n .oll-ms5ter.Mounday, aeln a good progralmnle has been got up, which will no doubt cause a good day's sporit. For the last few years nothing of the kind has been hIdl~, consequently charahters of sporting inclinations liviiig in that district had to travel some distance to padrake .of such enjoymenlts. In a few choice'nedt ing pllces a number of the local ailntulur " peds" Imay be seen taking their prelin nary canter and otherwise undergoing tile course of training for the coming event. Anl impudent case of sheep stealing ...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
CRICKET. WANDERERS V. BABBAGINNIE. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 27 March 1885

WANDERERS V. BABBAGINNIE. Thli return cricket match- between the abov;, clubs was played 'at Bezialla on Saturday. last, in ,the 'vicinity of the Benalla East State-school, and resulted in a victory for Baddaginnie by 18 runs. The following are the scores:- WTANDioEas, WilliamsouI, c Balchin, b Beggs 1 R. Farrell,:b Beggs . ... 8 L. Abott, lbw, b. E. Hill .. 2 J:Doherty, T J. Hill.;. ... 3 J. Jordau b Wioodland ; 9 ). Doherty, b E. Hill:., .. 10 ,D. Roo, b Beggs ... ... 8 T. Murray (not out) . .. 0 D. Murray, b Woodland ~... 3 T. James, b E: ill .. 0 Rt: Coster, b -E Hill :.. ... 0 :,,:Total: i .: .... . . ... 52 BanoAoLuka Jolmsoti, b Jordan ..; .: .. 2 Beggs, b Dolierty ... ... 0 i angton, c and b Doherty .. .0 ::J.HIlill, lbw, b-' Doherty . B.'Hill, ? Murphyij b Jordan .. 7 Cainsew, b Jordan 1 Woolaiul (run out)' ... .. 8 Balhiee, c M i?rphy;i ;'Doherty.:., 4 Davis, b Doherty: 0 -.M Pherson, b Doherty .. SWiliam "(notout). '15 - _ . S u n d r ie s . . :: T o tal - . . 5 0 ..... ....

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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COMMERCIAL MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 27 March 1885

-COMmlERCIAL MELBOULTNE MARKETS. - Fat Cattle.-About 1600 head -were, -penned, the majority ot which were of useful to prime quality. The number 'arded was in excess "of requirements. Pirices : Prime pens of bullocks sold from £12 to £14 10s.; good do., from £6 to £11 ; second do., from £7 15s. to £8 15s.; inferior,' from £5 ; pIime pens of cows, from £8 to £10 2s. Gd,; good do., from) £6 to £7 ; nmiddling andl inferior, from £4. Fat Calves.- 250 were yarded.. Prime sold at from 0s i'to 80s; .good do from 40s to 50s ; second from 25s to d5s'; in ferior from 1is. Fat Sheep.-13,100 were yarded, con sisting chiefly of middling and inferior qualities, only a small proportion being prime. The market waswithout animation and,alithough best sorts realised lastweek's rates, yet other descriptions were dull of sale at slightly lower prices. Prime cross bred wethers sold at from 13s. Gd, to 16s. G;d.; extra, to 17s. Gd.; gooddo., from lls.. to 12s.; second do., from .s. to 10s.; inferior, fro...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LOCAL MARKETS [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 27 March 1885

LOCAL MARKETSi The local mill reports having purchased during week, over 250 bags of wheat and ;G60 bags oats, at the following prices: Wheat, 3s 2d to 3s 4d nts, 2s 4dto 2s Gd ?sa?ley, 4s 2d., also has on hand for sale a splendid sample of Port McDonnell hand threslied seed wheat, and also Imperial variety. Splendid sample Tartarian oats .for sale, about 100 bags, yield 8 bags to ,the acre. 'MIr. P. F. IcCOluskey reports having ;purchased for the wedk.: 25 bags of wheat, 250 bags of oats, at ?theffollowing prices: -;lWheat of good quality, .in new bags, ,ss2.d; oats, 2s 5d.feed, 2s 9d seed. Mr .'C. L. DeBoos reports prices. locally as follois. . ?resh butter.Sd to 10t Potted butter Gd to 71-d. Eggs, slad. Fowls, 2s to 3s per pair. Ducks 3s per pair. Turkeys 5s to 10s-per pair. Sheepskins 3d to 44d. Hides 2d to 2jd. Kangaroo skins 9d to 1s. Id. Wallaby Gd. to 7d: "" Oppossum 2s 6d to 4s Gd. Lear 2s 64. Wattle Bark, £2 to £6 per ton. J. E. iHandbury and Co. report:: .prime cask butte...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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DAIRY PRODUCE. HIDES ETC [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 27 March 1885

DAIRY P'RODUCE. HIDES ETC ihcssrs. M?'Kay and IrDonald report alarge quantity of produce to hand to ,ay, which met with brisk competition. -and solR at tie fellowing quotations: Cheese: Prime quality in good denmand, and sold at from ad. to 7d. per lb. medium, 5d. to Gd. ; inferior from 5d. :lotted Butter. Prime new make, lid. to :ls. per lb. ; good old, 9d. to 10d. per lb Fresh Butter/ Choice dairies up to is Gd. medium, l11lI.; inferior. 5d. Eggs; from Is 2d. to is d..dozen. Bacon : Smoked liams,lld:; sides, 9d. to 10d; flitches, 771d; do, greein, from 7Ad. to8d., according to . quality; Honey, 4Ail. -for good garden lots; bush, 3d. to 4d. 3leeswsx, 9d. per lb. Lard, Gd. to Gd. per lb. Turkeys, from :s. to 9s. por Spair; ducks, 5s. to Gs.; ~geese, to 7s. ; fowls, 3s. Gd. to 4s. Car c?ase pork, Zliry fed, Gd: per lb,

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 27 March 1885

- . Amua'ients r. 'A :' Co N- cE ,T' will be held in -:STATE SCHOOL No: 1021, LOWJV1L L t'(tLI (LELEE T)Vednesda Lly, April 1t, In Aid of Prize Fnild of the iabove Schliool To conlcneice at 8 o'clock sharp. MOONLIGHT!: EASTER IMON-DA Y ' 6th APRIL, 1885. KARIAi fOMUM MOJUTHI. Grand Celebration-: Of this -Holiday by the re'sidents of the - - - 'Goulburn Valley. SPlýOnGRAMIME E OF -IPORTII ¶ e VAIAELE and 111u;3t ATRA IVE, and con sisting of the folloiving :-. - 1. Maiden Plate,.100 yards. Prizes; £1 and 10s. Entrance, Is. 2. High Juump.: Prizes, £1'and los. Eli trance, s: . 3. Boys'. Race, 100 yards. Prizes 7s. G6; : and 5s. ' . 4. Putting the Stone. Prizes, £1 and 10s. Entrance, Is. 5. Handicap Flat Race, 250 yards. Prizes £5 and £2. Entrance, 5s ; acceptance, 2s 6d. (. Hop, Step, and Jump. Prizes, £1Snd 10s. Entraico, is. 7. Bicycle lRce (handioap),3nmiles. Prizes, £5 and £2. Entrance, 5s ; accept ance, 2s d. 8. Double Jig ai(d Hornpipe. Prizes, £2 and £1. . " 9. Girl's Race. 1st p...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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BADDAGINNIE AND WARRENBAYNE. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 27 March 1885

.t I ISDflAG IIE ADl WTAIRRE.IBAYNJE (t mos oIn owY cor ESPO?UDET.) -Your readers will reinembubr in my last correspondence 1 made a few remarks re specting" the selectors residing on the banks of the Warrenbayne Creek.. Since that time I paid a visit to the "Land of Paradise." Having first satisfied myself as to the right track, I set out;'with all determination, to accomplish the feat of aseondiilg' tihe Great Eastern Range, at the back of which it is situated. But -be fore I had been on the road fifteen minutes I was puffing and blowing at a great rate ; however, nothing daunted I pushed on till I re.eched-the top of the mount, when I :cans to a fence, which I followed to the south-east; this brought ime to selection of Mr W. Escreet (senior), formerly an'old resident of VWallaii \Vallan, : and I auust confess tlhat I wasR : istiitished It the progress made, I knew that the land had only been selected- about.. two years; yet, since that, a comfortable weatherboard residence has b...

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The Advertiser PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. "Let all the ends thou aimst at be thy Country's, Thy God's, and Truth's." FRIDAY, MARCH 27th, 1885. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 27 March 1885

PUBLISIIED EVERY. FRIDAY J MORNING. "Let all the ends thoul aimst at. be thy Country's, Thy, God's, aid Tiruth's." FIIDAY, MAROH 1 7th, 1885. AcconoRDo to a message -recently cabled from England, an influential metropolitan journal *has encouraged the promoters of the Separation move ment in Queensland to hope for a favorable issue to their agitatioin. The probability of the English Cabiniet consenting to the disintegration of that large colony may, after all, be nothing more than the gratuitous: ouinion of a political' writer: but it will have the effect-of bringing under a definite range of criticism and discission some im portantt principl s .in .constitutional ethics; 'which itf woild, be unsafeo to ignore in the 'progress: of colonial developmeiint.: Arbitritry :boundaries, fixed in the: early days, of- colonial en terprise for geographical converiience, cannot be "expected to-- remain un changed through all future ages when the conditions of social iand ;political life: discov...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 27 March 1885

'f UROA AND DISTRIO r:SIIEEP .PROTEtTI ONASSOCIATION. A REWARI): - OF. Three P' untln eseli. W\\ill ba pail for.the skins of FULTLI GROWN' ]):INGO:ES Kiled withii` ithe District; and 1L e ncla tor: - l.INGO PU* S:P: IN-.S. Until Furtlher Notice. The skins must be perfect with scalp, bruih and.pawa, and be properly , sahlted. Theylwill lie roceived : by. MI. ..I:Kenzi?, E q., Gooram ; S. Wilson~ ~?jq. Limn. W. D. .Crocker, Esq.," Honey u-.: ckle, and by; the Secretary S: where:other couditioa- - manyb bseen . S (ByOrder,) :-c: : ::l H':HENRY P' iARKER, lst June, 1834. Sscrotary TIhscsasil TrlE !tg4S ; Bsunkli of SVietorisa (sissieeil); ": EsTuI1SH1ED10 11 51 IHEAD OFFICE: Collins :Strc ,Eetiast; -; Melbourne. . ,DnFt?z?:s't5 The lion.::R .D. leid, Chairiian: Tho(mas Smith, Esi., .T.P., CGeorgc \iWioii, Esq., J.1.., P atrick O'Brien, Esq., P., John Finliy, Esq., J.. BWilliam ?l:aclilllrtie.. Advances made - on Freehold Esta-te within the Colony- of Victoria for fi'ed periods, at lowes...

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MOGLONEM BY JOTTINGS [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 27 March 1885

SBYE ICOG." Long live Birl?8d t !. Such is the cry of the Mognolembyites sinie the lnst meet ing of the Euroa shire council. Perhaps we are not capable' of judging, but, whether or not, it is the' generad opinion of the inhabitants of this part that the remarks of our champion- for such we regard him now-anent the requiremenmt of the Moglonemby people, were pregnant with good common sense ; while the trio who, for the sake of ornament, would spend £150 upon a bridge for whichl there is no urgent necessity, to the ne.let: of pressing country requirements, have" ai very limited share of our sympathy at tihe failure of Cr M'Guinnless' amendm?ent, notwithstanding the loss of the £20 pill. We feel proud, now, that we had no share in returning tlleseogetlemenl as our repre sentatives in tie council, and are now anxiously longing for-for-Yah ! We are still getting plenty of weather, but very little of tlhe right sort. Some few farmers, unable or unwilling to wait longer, have put the ploug...

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VIOLET TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 27 March 1885

a VIOLET TOWVN. es An unusual amount dof trade has been a done at our railway station during the last w, week, when a lot of sheep, numbering be tween 9,000 and 10,000 were loaded 'for y 'Wodonga. The sheep'weroe consigned' to e Mr. Donaldson, MI.L.A., Queensland, ~ who also owns a large station in the S.Western district. They have been driven :r overland from the . South Australian a border, and -will be brought by rhiil to y Wagga, and thence proceed across country to their destination. The't acconmmodation at the Violet Town station was utterly in j sulficient for loading such a number . of Saimals, and the work occupied the greater part of three days, during which 1 tim the officials, besides attending to the ordinary traffic requirenents, lIad to work tooth and nail till 2" o'clock each morning in order to carry out' the neces sary arrangemlents, and preserve a clear line for the ordinary trains. Seeing that the Railway Department receive, between £250 and £300 from the transac...

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The Land Regulations. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 27 March 1885

TWic IAURd I[i'udnistlonr3I tC The regulations under tile Land Act 1885 were. issued from the:Goveirnment P'rinting Office on Friday last,,auCC ap: pended is a digestof-themI := " '" Chapter i. a -ichs is preliliinary, gives the intcrpret.atiois, of the 'various torfis C:'d the loCsitiol of the ollieers adminiister iag thcCact. Cnhapter 2, deals with the question off surveys, and1 after se:tting tortll the ]isanner in whichC areas are to be surveyed, proceedls as follows :- "Jf?erv a;ll?t:menit shall, where it i jpracticalbc. coontmin aCt lst wo right .angles, and 1e ,IuadC:'iilhatel. 1f a narrow C Sstrip of 7land h, left tCuLwoCu any allot nuent atd a water fronltage, the shlltest a I;ide of thie allotmenCt sh:dl front such strip t cf laund, and whCere such strlp is re:luirc C for a roadwary, it is to be not, less tha:n1 1I chains in width. If an allotlent aluts Con a main roIad, the shortest side sh;all l face such road. 'J he boundary lines oCf. .allotmenti s within a defined par...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 27 March 1885

PAPER BAGS, TEA1 PAPERS; STATIONERY, &c., "Al)ERTISER i Office. WALLEN, .v Io ,T' TOW General Storekeeper, IRONQIONOR, lias alwyas on hand for sale GROCERIES ' of all kinds,.' SES Q T U LIT.Y. :,~3uilding rmhterials;,?.i V' ..Cement, Fencing wire, (bcst bhrands.) Agent for the NECW ZEAL-AND LOAN AND. I1ERCANiTILE 'AGENCYL ! CO Medboimne- : J Cash Advaic:dsainIdo against G ra in and\Wool: : gent for the C.oniewreisl;l liUnion 3Fire .A,,tssranc e .)rreiie.y. "`'Melbtirne, Angent for the MUT UAL ASSURANCE SOCIETY. I OF VICTORIA. Agent for M'Cormack I:Reaper and Tl'ine :'inder, and other : gricultunraImplements, 13 includinqg.':., '' OBIE'S SEEI) SO WER, . PETER I, EY'S 1DOUBLE ACTION C lu RNis; The most Labour "Saving Churn S Knbovn. V CasliBuyer if all Farm Prod P S FPUIT TREES AT MELBOURNE PRICES. :: Os THE SI10]TEST .:NOTICE. MU'I'UAL ASSURANCE SO CIETY OF VI.CTOIIA ; (LIMITED.) O Head Office, 79 Little Collins street, "Wert Melbourne. For Life AssuranLe nn d IEndowrments. P...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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ADVANCE EUROA! [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 27 March 1885

ADVANCE EURIOA! IT is very gratifying to us to have to record further instances .of the public spirit mnd whole-lihartedness which ac tuate the leading business men of Euroa. Already our little town has acquired an extensive reputation outside the district for phenomenal growth and energy, and a reference to our news columns to day will still further strengthen and im prove the high position which the town has attained in such a remarkably short space of time. Did we do justice to our selves and our constituents, this issue should be printed in red ink, as the movements chronicled elsewhere mark it truly as a red-letter day in the history of the district. The handing over of the new Public Hall to the shareholders is an event of which we may well be proud, as affording irrefutable evidence of the exist ence in our midst of that indomitable resolution in the face of adverse circumn stanlces, the power and will to overcome obstacles, the ready self-abnegation in the interests of the c...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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The New Public Hall. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 27 March 1885

The New Public HALL It affords us very great pleasure to intimate to. our readers that the new Public Hall has been completed and handed over to the c ompanyby the con tractor. It is now some twelve months ago since the Euroa shire council carried a resolution prohibiting the use of the shire hall for entertainments of any description, and our readers are already familiar with the energetic steps which were at once initiated by several leading residents of Euroa to meet a public want which had long been felt, and which the determina tion of the council naturally intensified. A company was imunmediately formed, the indefatigable Mr Pleasents appointed hon. secretary, £1000 subscribed in shares, another £1000 borrowed from the bank, and in a wonderfully short space of time the foundation stone of our handsome public hall was well and truly laid. Since that time building operations have been continuously carried forward by Mr Maurice Garrett, the contractor, until the finishing touches...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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The Sculling Championship. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 3 April 1885

The ?culiing Champaionship. The race for the sculling championship of the world between Wmn. Beach of Dapto; New South Wales, and Edward Hanlan, of Toronto, Canada, was rowed over the champion course on the Parra matta ltifer on Saturday, and resulted in tihe sigial defeat of the Canadian, who had thus irested from him the title. of champion, which he held so long. The race was witnessed by an immense con course of spectators, amd, naturally enough, the victory of Beach was re ceived with the greatest enithusiasm. Only one steamer was allowed to follow the two boats, and the arrangements were so adnairmbly carried out that the race was won and lost on its merits without any interference from boats or steamers.

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The Heiress and the Prince. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 3 April 1885

The IIeiress atnd the Princes. The marrisage of Miss Mackay with the Prince Collono, hastakein place, thePope's Nuncio officiating. Several members of the Collono Galatio family came from Italy for the same event. All requests for invitations to the ceremony were refused, and there was no wedding breakfast afteiwards,. only a reception by the bride and bride groom in the Rue Tilsit mansion. It was reported that Mr Mackay gave no regular dowry to the bride,but presented aquarter of a million or so to the younsg couple after the inarriage. . A new form of telephone just completed revolution in telephonic communication expected. Black gum with :properties 'of gutta percha just obtained by a French chemist. Resists injurious influence of air.. .A luminous tree grows in a valley near Nevada U.S.A, by. tle light of Which, at certain times ,anyonoe hear may read small print, and its bright, luininous leaves' can be seen a mile away. - At-Foochow; ini China, is a stone bridge spanning tne r...

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Local Option Meeting at Euroa. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 3 April 1885

Loeal Optiot Meeting' at Euroan.. A well attended meeting for the advo cacy of Local Option was held in the Temns perance-hiall; on Wednesday night week, Ir. E. Johnson, president of the Recha bite Tent, in the chair. On the platform were the Revs. F. L. "Wilson, J, Weir, and S. Sclioles' ' Messrs. J. Vale, secre tary of the Victorian Alliance, and G. Barrett, secretary of the local Rechabite Tent, Addresses were delivered. by all" gentlemen named, between the -speeches several hymns were nicely rendered by the Wesleynn'choir, Miss Scholes presiding at the piano. After the opening hymn, the chairman briefly introduced Mir Vale who had been specially invitodto lecture on the advantages of local option; Mr Vale said he was much pleased to be present to say a few words on local option, the burning question of the day, and a movement that was constantly attaining more promience in the public mind. Th0e speaker then in an eloquent and exhaustive speech of oiver an hour's duration pointed...

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EUROA POST OFFICE. Departure of Mails. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 3 April 1885

-EUROA\ POS'T OFFICE. iE •pairtiar of. .all . 3LLis close at the Euroa Post (Oflice as follows "': For Gooraul, -Mcarto,l Doon, ?aIain daniple, atd ?uMslihld iat 9.40 a.m:. daily, SSundays excepted. For Jam.ieson, Tucsdays, Thursdays,. and' Slturiii as, at 10.40 ia.i. For Miopoll, Mliepoll South (loose bag), -and KurnIIoImuus, South MLondays, W~d uicid:,ys atnd Fridays, at 11 amn. For Shtumn's Creek (loose bag), Strathi bogic, and Statltbogiu \Vest (loose bag). on ? ednesdays and Saturdays, at 11 .lll. For Balhnattusn, Mondays, WeVdnes days, and Fridays, at 11 am. i :For Moglonemby ; Thursdays, at 7.30 p.nt. Foi Melbourne up and downi trai , daily at 9.40 anm. . For ;Melbourne up. and down trains, daily, at .5.301.rii: Arrivnil of -iail. MhLus arrive at the Euro: Post Oflice as follows : From Gootun, Merton,; Doon, ? lain danupleand Ma nstiuld, at 5,20 p.nt., Sun days excepted. Fromn Janiesan, Tuesdays, ThtIrsdiys, and Saturdays, at 5.20 I.m.' : Front- Miepoll,' Miopoll So'8th, Ka. ...

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CORRESPONDENCE. (TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER.) [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 3 April 1885

COBRRESPOIDE4NCjE. (TO TILE EDITOR OF, THE AoDVER'rBIES.) Sir,-Believing that the time has ar rived when one can without any fear of adverse criticism advocate the formation of an Agricultural and Pastoral Associa tion in our midst. The object of such an association must prove.beneficial to every farmer, graizer, and business man in the community.. The geographical position of Euroa is highly favorable to the foF mation of such a society. With the best of agricultural land on the one side, and noted.: 'grazing country 'on the . other, Euroa is a centre point, where those who breed high class stock can meet the great producers of grain, etc In fact, overy thing goes to point out that, properly miianaged, ,the Euroa Agricultural .and Pastoral Association woul d, within a very short: space: of time,' take a" premier position among those in the North Eas tern district... Nature has done its duty, it only remains for the people to do theirs. The time was never more oppor tune; the Promis...

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