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CRICKET. WARRENBAYNE V. BALMORAL. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 10 April 1885

win a im E 'i ! EflnAil . The return match between these clubs was played on Saturday-at Mr Hill's farm, Warrenbay!? wa:erea very fair lpi:c was obtainl.AA ontihe hIit ,cision, Wa renbayne proved themselves "victors. Tfi trundlin e?of' the vii'itini? i:e;n as per formed by the Escreet :Brol.,tihat of;the home team being chiefle ntrustcd to the Hill Bros. .In. the?' field, 'Davis, Wobd, land, Welsh, V?aughi ii: 'ud' Janes rP.er formnned well, whilst Beggsa :m'iC arnsew otliciated at wicket-keepling _ creditably. G. Escreet's innings of 32 wrnid;splendid 'display of cricket, his batting, being free and well-timcd,, D:ivis, W-ith' 12, also batted ill. "Subjoifi!daire t-.e scores :" BaLxonAur.-Fir.t i?.ings. J. Woodland; c and b .t:Esecret ... 9 3. Welsh, st.parnsid b J.Escreet 8... 8 0. Davis& 'Heywood,; b 3: Eacrdet".P'I C. B3egg?, b ." Escrect ,. . .--. .i J. Hill, e \'ardle, h . Escreec 0 E. Hill, b .l. Escreet: :' W. I'Phe'son, c E!Janics, bJ. Escreet. 0: T. Alle?rn, not ou...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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BENALLA. Wednesday. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 10 April 1885

'--[FROaM OUR' OWiN o CORRESPONDENT.] .. Wed nesday. ;A chapter of accidents occurred at theo Fire Brigade' sDemonstration' :o Easier Monday.'i .bouit four: o'clock. a heavy thunderstorm soe in; and every, available shelter was made for .'A small, covered platform which had- been erected for,, the 'lband-- a slight str'fc ture raised about: three feet, frohm 'ho ground--was rushed by a ?large crowd 'of persons. The stand was not suffi ciently strong to bear the great strain, and .it collapsed?witli a crash. A number of persons were injured; some lads who were underneathi the raised platform beingg seriously hurt ' 'One little chap, named O'Brien, 11 years of age, son of: a' line repairer, working near Violet Town. got'"his leg broken. Another lad, named Ledger, narrowly escapeda ,broken- limb;, as it-was-he' sustained. :some several bruises- on his legs, aiil received a shock to hissys' tem.' A.man named :Waters was cut about" the "head, and `minor, injuries were asstained by a numb...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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In and around Longwood. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 10 April 1885

In 'and arouud Lonwood. "'Messrs Teague':and: Co., having bought the business lately carried on by-Mr T. Dobbin, hold monthly cattle sales in the Lonigood yards on the last Wednesday of ,each ionth.;, These sales attract a large attendance -if" fmrniers and others, niid iie a source -of profit to the towns people. To Mr E. Hill, in conjuhction with Messrs Teague aind Co., is due the credit of erecting the yards, and the in cresing nunibers of stock- and buyers at each sale speaks, well for the .growing popularity of'I oingodd's a place for the exchange of live stock, etc. The Meclianics' Institute is proving a veryiuseful institution, and is being made to fill i lonigfelt -want in the wayof a Sunday School., .Mr Robis, a short time energetically tok' tlie r matter', iii lhaid, w-itl such success'tlhit a gatliering of. 33 children attended on the opening dari: Messrs Rudduck Brbs., who have also ex hibited great interest in the' moveiient, opened the school, and,assisted by.a good st...

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Lecture. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 10 April 1885

There was a fair,:attendanco?it tlidh Prcsbyteliian Cliurch on Wednesday 'night to hear', a lecturie by the Rev. '.j Wceir,11;A.,on a book'vwritton byJudge Williams, entitled Religion -without Superstition.'. The chair was taken by Dr: McCall; Mir Bar?'presided at the orgin. The . proceedings opened by singing the 100th Psalm, after whirh a short prayer was de:ivered by the Rev. F. L. Wilson.' The chairman then briefly alluded to the subject of the letiirei and siid he thoughtas a general rule,'it was as well to take no notice of these attacks on religion, but as Judge Williams ,was "a'c:rbininfit inimn, it might perhaps- be:as' well. to:confute. his arguments. He.was pleased tosee suchl a number of persons present..He then called on the Rev. J. WVeir, who said' he was a'so pleased to see s'uch a' gathering; it would doubtless have beeI larger, but.lor another attraction at aidistant part of the distiict. 'The reverend speaker then proceeded to read extracts from Judge Williams' boo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 10 April 1885

EUROA RAINFALL FOl 1885. The followingv is .s comp;let tabld'of the rainfall:- . T : I ; - 7 ri; . " ! ulorithi 'NiNo. of days: Alainfall.; January 2-- .41 Febiuary:" . 7 . :::;..;2.13: T MArh r " ".--3 ""1.51 Aplril7orrF::-" 3 2.10 ;'. ,.Total 12 , 4.05'. C. A. SIEBERT, DESIRES to announce-to.the public of EuroS'that having takenup his re sidence here, will receive-pupils for Violin -and Brais i1listruincmits;:: also Piano anda Singing. 0. A. ;, t"usts to giv.oevery satisfac tion and desires the support and patronage of the residents of'Euroa?? Pianms carefully and thioroughlI tuned lOs. d.-ini township -15s. outside and neighbburing t46erships. s Others by'pdst or otlierwiaei pron'ptly' attended to. TaRI=SxPiSZBLE 4 Yw ADVAwCE. AnDmsss'6 A.SIEBER T "' , care ofP F.· CLuSKEY.,,, . ., Lu, .M IR:·H:/Y'W<rlEEVES.,rt i:ro!ip TEACHER of Piano and Theory Sing ing,; ,,nasAd; wng-,. _ o.nx.rs'io application to the above address. -0 Sale .at the Advertiser office Sutherland's Hot...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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(TO THE EDITOR OF THE ADVERTISER.) [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 10 April 1885

TO TiHE EDITOIl OFT.TIK, ADVERTISER.) SSisn,-I fBllycendore tle opinion I of : H. at th tihe 'itnelas. arrivi'td whenjthe format ion of an. Agricul'tural and Pastoral Association should, be initiated, and that steps should at once be taken.tbo c rryrout,.that end. !The Vigilance Committee: obtained-thie .re servation: of a, splendid site for. that' purpose near the ceek, somene moiths ago, vwhich is in, .every way suitable; and I., hae no hesitation in stting that themaitter hasionly to be taken in haiid'by the leading, men in the town and shire, whei'it will ljecome aii ab-: solute fict.: A glance at te shire'inap' should conivince any that Eurobais' most, favorably situated, aind .. I qiuestion' whether any such society 'in the colony ias' been started :under mored favorable prospects. I need scarcelyi point out the great advantages to be gained by agriculturalists snd 'graziers, in the briuging under the notice of the North Eastern district and; the colony,: the various products ...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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The Advertiser PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING. "Let all the ends thou aim'st at be thy Country's, Thy God's, and Truth's." FRIDAY, APRIL 10th, 1885. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 10 April 1885

PUBLISIIED' EVERY FRIDAY MOR\ING. "Let all the e?ids thou aim'st at be thy SCountyi 's, - .Thy God's, and :Truth's. ":.. .PRtIJXY, APR?L 10th, 1885. A supplements is'prcsented w ith this morning's issue.: Our reporters have been writing i the holidays: tosuchi an, extentl that, what with council meetings, lectures, and various odds and ends of local interest, although-we havo providodia ??upplement to relieve .the strain :on our space, their glowing exordiums and perorations have completely Ilieatent he priniter whdo iti niste'd- lst1niigtin a d~espairiig voice; ,that he mwasn't goings to-worry himself bald trying to squeeze a -oldmin leading article into a few- inches. He had us at his midrcy, so we overlaid our chagrin with a smiliig visage, ink gave hii iciarte blancheto act as he thought fit :·- -, .Constable Orr, who -'h--iliads?chrr e of the local police for some time, is evi dently regarded with much the same favor atiheaad quartersisiii Euiod. ..At thek Councilmeeting on -We...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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THE HOLIDAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 10 April 1885

TIilE MILOLIDAU = As usual at festive seasons, Euromand' its surroundings received. last week a nuinerous addition .to its population. From distant plsces friends and relations were again brought into communion with .each other, and. affrded opportunities of detailing the.varied events through whichl each had '?assiil duiring the flight of time, maybe for a few short months, maybe for long years. On Thursday, Friday, adid Saturdaiy . last' the plhilosophically minclined .observer at. th6e railway station might have found much food for reflec tion and speculation. As the time for tho" arrival-of tlhe-Melbiiurifc' tra?is ap proached, a scene of.. unwonted activity was: observable, .-the numbers -of the town-residents receiving constant addi tions'from. the adjoining farming districts. Along':the railway fence were to be seen a line of;sturdy horses,' rminng, froim thd blood 'stallion to :thei ulipretentious draught animal. A glauice at tlihe appoiiht inent of; the equines; offered to'...

Publication Title: Euroa Advertiser
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GOOD FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 10 April 1885

Thi GOOD -FRIDAY. sTlis semi-religiois -liolid iy'iasIkopi in Eiroain mainy and varied- ways, accord iing'totheincliniugsof thoresidonts:& affyt holding the day in speciil reverene, pre ferred, as divine servicowr's niot coirti~ d in:any of the o'placesdf worship, spmeding a quiet day at home in-the ltsom of their families. The majority, however,:.were evidently "on pleasure bent."- Private picnics, fishing, hunting, shooting, and numerous excursions of a like nature were projected, and, favored by beautiful weather, were in all bases a source of much enjoyment. The Balmattum and Strathbogio ranges echoed the rifle shot during the whole day, and "' poor pussy' ' haL a lively timeof .it:. To the city resi dent , or those whose occupation necessi ates sedentary life and habits 'the ils irouind Euroa offer special'adivantages. A trip over the wild heights and-dolwn the precipitous slopes, braces the frame, calls overy muscle into play, and begets a feel Llg' "of?' blythesomonos...

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VIOLET TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 10 April 1885

In keeping with most of:'the towns along the line, thel]iolidays .haveimade a very decided change in the. appearance of Violet Town. Residents hive'travelled to Melbourne and else?iherd ii.: large numbers, and ninyi sriin gefaces are to be seen in the streets.- Large shooting parties have arrived, and soie iproposd-to spend a week or two iif the surroundiig country. Goodd Friday. and Easter Monday passed very quietly. indeed, and .beyond the in creased passenger traffic at the railway station there was nothing to indicate the pasage of 'the festive season.: iThie glorious rain of' Saturday'and Sui day last isa subject of uniiversal rsejoicin 'farmiier seeingin it present:salvationi, 'snd tradesmen 'future increase ? of biuiniess, siud: paying off of the: old scores with w-hich many of the books of 'the 'tradiing establishments are burdened., ' i , Dai?tters in connection' with the pro jectcid br-ass :baid remain in stat quo, and it is feared, unless some.of the in teiling. members e...

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EUROA SHIRE COUNCIL. Wednesday, 8th April. PRESENT Cr. Gibson (president), McGuinness, Neelands, Duncan, Crosbie, Birkett, and Hehir. CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 10 April 1885

BUROA IIIBE COUTVCIt Wc1dneaday, 8th April. I PSGSEbT s o0 f 1 pre ent) McGuimness,, elands;. Duncan; Crosbi Birktt; andehir.o .3 f F i'E5SPONDENCE. YTo' Th outward aasead and that.in a read considered andr ordered? -ni as follows : .. From the Central Boiar of Health=witl: a report oii th Roman.CatholiclChrcli, Gow-sdgardi-eReceived ý?' From Ethli: sie withi a reportion thi Roman 'Catholic Church at Eurou--to ceived. n :, , 4 r t From Same re Infant Life Protection' 'asking whether any; registrations liad taken place under portion of' Act No- 782 up to 31st De?deiber, 1884, or siiice. Received. . ' - ?,From the RoyaleCommissionrion Wate Supply, inviting attention to schedule of questions enclosed.?-Received tand ' the secretary to reply. ,: "From the Central Immigr~at6oi League 1 of; Victoria, r'iequesting the :;appointment of representatives to a Centrndl League iseeting at Kerang on the 16th instant. Receivedi:.i- : Froie the1Chief Commissioner of Police -re- the promotion, of Co...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 10 April 1885

FOR PAPEI"R ' PBAGS, TE:A PAPERS sTATIONERY, &c TRY ..THE "ADYlERTISiER" ,Office: WA ALLEEN. V IOIL:E T AT O.W '· General, Storekeeper,;: IRONMONGER Has always on hand for sale j , G,:, OCERIES. olallkinlos r B,'ES+'. Q..1. u JI?I..T Buildir materials FeningWel irem (bestebrands:, "s . ONE ZESOLAND O E L .. MIERCANTILE' AGENOCYE ,CO t ". r M ,lfep elbOnr Cash Advances made against;; ..CGri n ? and.Wool up. ,:. Comamerelsal; I naon ,Fire ,Assemrance Soilety h:!t: :iMelbourne, a A eit for the 1.,Binder, and other :: Agricultural Implements,. w including :..,.: . DOBIES SEED SOWER, PETEIe BEY'S DIUBLE ACTION C C1URNS, Thoe sttIhlaour SSaving Churn :,Keown..! Cnah Buyer of all-Farmnn Prod FRUIT TREES AT MELBOURNE PRICES- - Ox TaE Saiiitsir NdO?ce. MUTUAL ASSUR ANCE: SO.-, CIETY.'OF :VICTOROIA (LIMITED.) Head Office, 79 Little Collins street, West Melbourne. Flr Life Assuranee andEndowments. Policy IIiders Diide tha Pro?its. Mr' Thomas Loader; (T I;oader'& ": Coi:, liirma...

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LOCAL MARKETS [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 10 April 1885

LOCAL MARKETSNL The local mill reports aaving purchased *tiiuing-week, over y230 bags ofwheat and "290 liastoatsat the "followin 'iricc?i': Whea'i, 3s 2d t 3s 4ý1oatEsýia4lto 29s6a; barley, 4s 2d., also has on hand for sale a splendid sample of Port M~Donnell hand threshed seed wheat, and also Imperial variety. Splendid,sample. Tartarian oats -for sale. aboit 100 bak,- I ield 8- big to the acre . Ir.'. F. IMcCnsiey report'l haviing purchased fo the week'!: -'bgtn vhfwbhat :250 bags of oats, at.the following prioes -Wheat of good quality, in new' lags, s3 2jd; oats, 2s 5 feiýda2s0d-e-d. Mir ,.C. L-..DeBuos reporta-prices Fresh bitt'er 8d to 10d Potted butter d .to 7,.d., Egg, ls4d.-' Fowls, 2s: t' '3s pe p"airp To70: Ducks 3aper p1.1 , i• , ,. TunKeys-os to' lOs'per pair." Sheepskins 3d to 4Ad. Hides 2d to 2Ad.. **a** C-C Kangaroo skins d9 to Is. Id.' Va&llabyGid. to'ld1. SZ T3' Oppossum-2s-6d-to-4a:6d.- Bears' L rd""- -' .'.. 43 ,Wattle Bark, £2, to,£6: per ton. -J. E. Hundb...

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DAIRY PRODUCE. HIDES; ETC [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 10 April 1885

l)AIY d;PQRODUCE. HIDESI ETC a large quantity, of p~disu?ce to.hu to day, which met witl l;risk competition. •and sold at 'the: followhingyquotations: 'Cheese: Prime quality in good demand, and sold at from Gd. to 7.d. per lb. ; medium,:5d.-to-6d. ; inferior from.5d., Potted Butter. ? Prime iew*?nake,;lld.ito Is. peE' fil; goo6d"old, d&":b'1~Od.'d-P1?b 'Fresh Butter Choice dairies. up to 1s'6d. .medium, Il.d.; inferior. d. 'Eggs, from Is 2d.to ls 3d. dozen. Bacon:: Smoked hiams,lld., sides, 9. 'to ld; flitches, 7Ad; do., green, from77a. 'to 83., accordingto qudlityi:Honey, 4 d. forgoodgarden'lots; bush, 3d: -to'4d. ' .BeeswaxV9d.:perlb:: Lard, 5d. to 6d.' pe lb:i -' Trkeys, from ts. to 9s. per pair; ducks,. bs: to 6s.; geese, to 7s .foals, 3s.6d. to.e4s. Car-. .cas.prk,'dair'fed, 6d. iper lbt .j

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Amongst the Rabbits in the Euroa Shire. (Communicated.) [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 10 April 1885

Amonest the Rabbits in the Euroa Shire. Having heard ,that some, good rabbit shooting was to be had afew nmiles from Euroa, I determined to spend my Easter holidays together with a couple of friends in that sport. 'We started on Saturday evening andtook thetrainto Violet Town, but the.weather was too moist to admit of our going out to the scene of operations, 4 so we availed ourselves of Mr. Laie's hospitality,, and spent a very pleasant evening there. Next morning: wewere up betimes, and Mr Lane kindly offered to drive uis oat in 'ompany with a few of his friends from town. Itwasabeautiful. drive of about eight miles, and it quite charried the three Melbourne ' entlemen, who had never been in the ranges before.' At last our "Jehu" pulled up and told us we were. within a few hundred yards of Mr EdeniWhite's place, so we uiyoked' the horses, loaded our guns,. and sallied forth; . up to this we had :not seen .any; game, but we had hardly spread out and commenced to walk about when: th...

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CONCERT AT LONGWOOD. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 10 April 1885

CONCERT AT LONGWOOD.   The Meclanics' Institute was i crowded in the evening witlihai' attentive and ap . .. preciative audience. ;MrE. Hill occupied the chair, and,, after a few, prefatory re marks, called' on Miss; J.L ~Doiiald 'to play an overture on the' pianio, to which that young lady responded in a manler which proved her ?cohiplete r iniiatiy of the instrument, and her effort was much appreciated by thle audience, as also. were aocomipanimenits to .the various'sons ,by the same young lady throughout thoieveu-. ing. 3Mr, Hill,,:;oAvenel, jnext esayed the pathetic.. nautica4.ballad;:., Dublin.. Bay,"'withl such success that an encore was insisted on, and obligiigly responded to, " Our Jack's '%coie hiome to-day," also meeting-witlh a ood reception:. *This' gentlemen was happy in his selection of songs, and his fine voice was heard to :great advantagein .th-.,wholo of; his num-, bers. "-Dream faces," by. Miss M'Don-~_._ ald; was sweetly.- rendered, and *: well, mer...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 10 April 1885

. Church Yoticems. ; , ST. PAUL'S. .. i CI?UNUCU II OF ENGLAiD, E U R RO A. T EOPENINGSERVICES coummence SUNDAY, 12th APRIL. 1885. . PRiEACHER . VENERABLE ARCHDEACON STRETCH MOIMING AND EVENING.? ý,: ;" ;' On;Tuesday, the 14th.'? . SThe 'Right Reverend the ' SLORD BISHOP ?OF MELBOURNE!. wnIL.L PREACH I TIE EVENI G. On. Sunday, the IOtl le S THE:REV. S. C.'KENT; WILL PREACH lOPNI' AND EVENLaNG: On the 21st., A Tea and. Public) Meetijng;, TEM PERA N,C E .H,ALL,L Tea on ithe. Tables'at C o' ock. -Tx1c :':s 2: EACH. As it is expected. this will :lei'a rilarge Tea medting, an early .!.Applicatioii .fori. tickets is advisable.: ; ,', ', : The Rvevcran?d.S; C.i Kent W.iV Poole, M;A. (HuRi cddi), E. Roddi , W. Green, dress the meeting. "The addresses will'be interspersed with ;9 9 . MUSICAl, SELECTIONS :; , 'under the able direction of Mr, Siebert. Mrs Siebert willpresido at the organ. The REVIl . F. LA1WSON WILSON, ivill cCcupy thle chair. WESLEYAN CHURCH EUROA. THE REV.. S. SCHOLES, will ...

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Monthly Stock Sales. MESSRS. TEAGUE, & CO. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 10 April 1885

l:i ontIaly Stock Sales. MESSRS. TEAOUE, & CO. .Cattle '1,OG&'00yardc~l includiiig some primeobeef,. and several lrgedlinus of good stdck. For all fit cattl??lb liriceirilded'?iidr ably higher thanant-lat sale" aid yarded found buyers at an advanced r te.p Messrs Cusack, Gall, Crocker, and Neelands were represented by, drafts of prime cattle; whicl sold readily uip to £8 10s fir bil locks and £7 4s for; cowa.j '', 1. Store cattle in good lines sold from £? up to £6 according to qualityji iand nearli all the lines- passed were placed isub sequently. at the vendors reserves. .?, ? -. Sheep.-A--bout 3,000 yarded,,. all ,of, which changed hands. at,. prices ruling from 8s Gd,;u to 10s,; 6?.i Soine pjiiie sheeij being foi-ardebd ti' -?eissrs- Gil lespie Bitb' and'Doyle'Bro?.?:Bis'jyrs b" ing'well represezited no difticulty' ?as: ct periericed in disposing of all yarded: .1 Horses.---More business /wassdone .inI this line tlian.usual, owing to, owners re-: serves being mor...

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SPORTS AT KARRAMOMUS. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 10 April 1885

- SPORTS AT KAARRAMOMUS. The weather on Easter Monday looked anythinghbut ;proiising, ithe :sky being overcast with black inky clouds. How ever, iwe inoiiited"irn 'the tivo horise.wag gonette waiting at the office door;- and .started fdr the scene of the Karrtmoiiius Sdutli Sports, to " be= held 't 'Miepoll 'at 9:30 a.m. Our vehicle was tooted merrily along by Mr S. Neelands,jun., on a road almost a- level as a bowling green, for about eight miles, when. "a change.came on the spirit' of -our dream,"' the 'over charged clouds burst in a perfect deluge on our devoted, heads,- the lightning flashed, and the thunder.rolled;in; con tinuous peals. All'tliis turiiioil lasted for about three quarters of an hour by one of the companions' tirie keepers. "Although the four L"of uas were-. "thoroughly drenched," we 'all felt like Mark-Tapley. '"'jolly under i.the- circumstances," the more especially;-as the rain was warm. Aftor tl? shower ceasedweo :began - to. tlhnk ?e' ctrc on the wromig trac...

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The Well of Death. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 10 April 1885

-Thne w? . of ;ilcs!stls :i Shiraz, a -no6ted 'tiivn'of the East, iiii lioned in connection with many,a Persian fable, contains the goal ~f 'fit'ire punish ment for wives who ;prove frail and faith less. About two" iildes from thl tonmlbs of the poets Saadi and Hifi, ind close by the city walls, is a high. mountain, at the top of which'tliere6 xists a'well.- What' the origin of it was no one kiiows, whether it was a place for the. drawing of water, a :granary, or i mne. No one k ??ws' its age, 'no. one has succeeded sin. sounding its delitlis.- 'No one 'knows if it 'b?a dry "well, orif'there be water in its unfathomed -depths. Every child iis'Shii~~' knows it; every childlas flung peb3, bles n,,. listening to the sounding c'ihoes as the ftosies fell. And with a~curse,!the little one. has'spat, .by its nidither's instigtofioninto the "'grave of fiithless women." There it is,a verit'a ible Well 'oT Death, and fdo?un, far down, 'nouilder -the -bones of mnany an Eastern beauty, wiihos d...

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