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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 10 April 1885
FNCY GOODS, ' STATIONERY,. i PCONrEOTIONERY; 9, yBetfreshmeent!1. WILLA IiMA-=SWABY, rAILWAY -STREET, E 1UROA. Having opened the above business hopes by strict attention:toibusiness andkeeping. none bihuttle BEST GO'ODS t '?btin'"a shure pf patronaE?,e. N.B.-W. S., being?'a c?sh 'buyers is prepared to sell-at-the lowest-possible- re muncration. . i'" C . l , TM. on COFFEE AT ANYIIOUR. MISSES' YOXONX "-,. ý853855 MAKE5.rL9 AND'; 5ILL5NER5' I - ",';(LIae of Melourine.i).' . : . " VIN G c·u0nmeiiced'" Business? at' - l't? ,ilmy.astreet;' Euroa.": Res pct.:' fully solicit a share .of the patrona ' bf; the above`Tow?d n iid surrounrdingdistrict: All ordersl;pro!nptly :executedr;in 'latest style and best of work. WT. "H. LONGLE Y' Coach Painater . ~lgnWriter; ,A.NDE RSON, STREET, McEVOY & CO., 22 MARKET ST. MELBOURNE.- ----- TQ FARIMERS, SELCTOS LANDOLD Large and Simall Sums to lend, without delay, on land and other secureties, for a term of years or as arranged, at lowest currena...
Miepoll and Brangee. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 10 April 1885
Miepoll and Brangee. &nbsp; The rain which we experienced here on Sunday last was welcomed by the &nbsp; farmers with beaming smiles and glad- some hearts, the grass is beginning to &nbsp; look green in most of the paddocks, and the ploughing is in full swing. The need &nbsp; of water was greatly felt ; in some in- stances ; the farmers had to travel three miles for the precious fluid. Mr and Mrs Kennedy invited a number of their friends and acquaintances on &nbsp; Tuesday evening to a dance. About 30 couples attended, and dancing was kept up with right good vigor till midnight, at which hour an adjournment for re- freshments took place. After doing jus- tice to the good things provided, dancing was again resumed and vigorously kept up till broad daylight, when all took &nbsp; their departure, evidently well pleased with the night's amusement. The music for the occasion was supplied by Mr M. Kennedy (violin) and Mr J. Kennedy (concerti...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 17 April 1885
PublIc Notices. SIDE SHOP to LET in the New Public L:Hall. R'ent moderate. '"Apply, CARETAKER, on the premises. ALLrPERSONS4 to whorim Ir.l- G. : CONNOR is INDEBTED please c:ll, at SLEE, OGILBY, aND Co's office, after the 23rd inst. . . i NOTICE THE suin of £5 will be PAID ,for in . formation : that .will lead to. the conviction of the PERSON or PERSONS who are in the habit of DESTROYING the FENCEofmyPADDOCK on SEVEN CREEKS. (Siglned). W. CASEMENT. H AVING publicly charged Alexander SAndersoa, Blacksmith, Euroa, with taking .imoney belonging .to mie,' isame laving siince been found by nme, I hereby apologise to Mi Anderson for making such s.atcments. ' ' .. STANBURY, Farmer, Miepoll. ALI: PERSONS, INDEBTED, to TomhuJ AHc Tooe, Kirkland street, Euroa, are REQUESTED to-PAY before the 24th inst:. to avoid legal-iroceediiigis. IEMioVIo To RAILWAY STREET. ,TOMMY .AH TOON. SHIRE OF EUROA. P LANSlof the SHIRE, price 5s. can be obtained' on application to the Sec retary or by enclosing Post...
TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 17 April 1885
TO TIHE EDITOR. SIR-I have been vaitinlg 7·crypatiently. and nii: somewhat surprised' that no one has publicly noted the vcrygreat improve ment in the Euroa Advertiser since it has been in the hands.of the-present pro prictors. If the laper kee1ps on improving it will doubtless largely increase its circu lation and become what it bids fair to be -the best- journal on the North-Eastern line. I have no isli to soft-soap the proprietors, but-I decidedly think that " the right men are in the right place," and deserve great credit as enterprising journalists.. Trusting you will insert this in your next issue, ". I am, &c., EUROAITE. Euroa, 15 .14.| 85 . (Our correspo.ndent has placed lasevere tax on our modesty in insisting on the iilsertiol' of his 'commuiiiiition. VWe consider that our readers are tlienselves aonqilctnt'judges'in- the-matter.-ED:)-
CORRESPONDENCE. AN AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. TO THE EDITOR. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 17 April 1885
CORRESPO1fDENCE. AN AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. TO THE EDITOR. S?R;-Ha'ing noticed in the "Violet Town Herald " that'it is proposed to start an Agricultural Society. in Euroa, would you kindly grint me a few lines in your paper. I think that there will be no ditticulty in foruiiing one if Euroa, Violet Town, and Longwood join hands in the movement.:. In this area there are hundreds of farmers who would" take an interest in such a society, and the benefits from it would be invaluable. Hoping that siome abler pen than mine willtak the matter up, I remain, Yours truly, ... PROGT1ESS. Violet Town, 13/4183..
Races at Violet Town. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 17 April 1885
Seaces at Violet Tow, a. On Wednesday about 100 people gath ered on the Violet Town- course to wit ness a contest between Mr C. Williams' black horse Saladin, and Mr P. M'Gariy's black horse Never Mind, for a stake of £15 aside,orie mile. Much local interest attached to the race,. and money to the extent of £50 changed hands over the' betting transactions.; Saladin was the favourite, tvwo to one being, offered upon his chances of winning. Never Mind was' not without some supporters, and brisk, business was done. Mir W. Bond actedas starter, and Mr Beggs, senr., as judge. A splendid- stirt was. effected,a.and -after' about 100 yards were travelled;Saladin, with Viney up, tcibok a strong -leiadl and kept it: 'thrug~dut. ?Never Mind:. was brouglit'iiiider the whip when half-way round;andlmsde desirate efforts t'resach the leader, but without success; Saladin eventually winning,hard held all the way, by six lengths. Ahurry scurry was after wards got up on the ground, for a stake of £3. ...
LOCAL MARKETS [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 17 April 1885
LOCAL fl-11IETS - The local mill reports having purchased during week, over 300 bags of wheat andd 200 b gs oats, at the following prices : -?Wheat, 3s 2d to 3s 4d; oats, 2s 4d to 2s 6d; barley, 4s 2d.; also has 'u hInd for sale ia splendid saniple of Pot McDloinnell hind threshed seed wheat, and also Imperial variety. Splendid sample Tartarian oats for sale, about 100 liags, yield 8 bags to -the acre. 1iTr. P. F.' MIcCluskey reports having purelhased for the week : 25 bags of wheat, ~250 bahs of oats, t thlie followming' prices: --Wheat of good quality, in liew bags, 3s 0ld; oats, .s 3d feed, 2 9d seed. Mir C. -i. )eBoos"r'ieports prices locally as follows. tresh butter 8d to Is Potted butter Gd to id Egg, ls 2d. Fowls,,2s,,tc. 3s per.pair. Ducks 3s per pair. Turke;ys 5s to 10s per pair. Sheepekins 3d to 4d. ? Hides 2d to 21d. '' Kangaroo skins 9d to Is. Id. Wallabyil 6d?to ! 7d: 4)pposaum 2s Gd to 4s Gd. lBear 2s.,6l . t:? --'attle Bark, £2 to £6-per-ton. J. E. Hlandbury and Go. r...
Presentation to Mr A. T. Roger. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 17 April 1885
Prcsenatafon to mIr A. T.' Itoger.c About 40 of the leadingii townspeople of Violet Town mcetat Mr I. Lane's Farniers' Arms'Hotel ofd Tuesday evening last,- for the purpose of presenting Mr A. T. Rogei', theilate limalager of the "Violet Town I braLich of the Nationial Bank, with a sub stiantial token of their appreciation of that geutleman's mi8any. public services on bea half of the town. Mr. S. Fenton occupied the chair, and apologies were received front sovnd resi dents who were unable to be'liresilmt. In addressing himself to the business of the eveniing, the cluinrman took occasion to refer to the many good ,qualities of Mr Roger, both., in his. private and public capacity. In every undertak ing having for its objecttlie welfare of the town'and district the genytleman whose early .departure they so imuch regretted had taken an active and untiring interest. As the nianager of the bank they knew him as a genial and courteous, business man, and in works of public utility, as a pa...
Burning of a Powder Factory. SANDHURST, Thursday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 17 April 1885
Burnlntgf eof a P owdere F- 'F etory.' S u: : - r, ThursdayEvening. Lehmann's powder factory, at Back Creek, Sandhurst, wasdiscovered to be on fire this' mnorning. When the alarmn was .raised the flames had taken a firm hold on the building. The Sandhurst City No 1; -and Saidlhurst Tempernuce Brigmdes were' quickly on the scene, and the Eaglehawk Brigades arir ed shortly after. "It was apparent "that treiiiendouts danger at tended= a near approach to toie 'uiring building as a larlo r quantity of powder in rarious stages of manufacture was stored therein. However, a report was circula ted that one of the workmen was impri aoned in the burning pile, strenuous and daring efforts were imade to ,subdi? the lames.. In spite of: imminent danger the firemen' poiired streamsof water into the building, and were so engaged when a terrific ewplosion took place, and the large building 'ias levelled to the basement.. Thie firemen and; the crowd, the latter of .whom were forcibly kept; back by th...
Confirmation Services at Violet Town. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 17 April 1885
SContArmation Services at ? Violet Town. OnWednesday evening last, the Bishop of Melboiiurne held a confirmation service -in the Church:' Long tbefore ..th tiine fixed for the commencement of the service the church was quite filled. The appear nnce of the'confirnnees, was very interest ing, the young ladies. being dressed inl wvhite, and presenting a neatness of appear arnce befitting the- solemn occasion. The indidaiti~ ' had baeii prepared by the' Incumberit,.the"Rev F.L. Wilson, who was very kindly assisted by the Rev E. Rodda in introduciii' the .young paople to the Bislibji. The service onominenced irith the Lii ia;ifte'wr which' his Lordship delivered a mu:os i isfut and instructive address-on-the- rite-of- coisfirmation, mand the nature;! necessity;,and advantages :of the .Holy Communion, and-of a.constaimt obedienceto the Saviour's commrind "Do this in reinemubrance of Me." ? The con greation was deeply imripressed, and the influence of the Bishop's advice is already baaring...
Gazette Notices. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 17 April 1885
Gazette Notices. The rules of the Longwood Cemetery; are gazettcd, General Sessions will be heldat Benalla on Tuesday, 13th of August.. !. ! : County courts, at Benalla, on Saturday. the 9th of May, and Seymour on Tuesd day, the 28th April. The following leases have been trais ferred:-William Vickers to William Kent, Caniambo; Samuel B. Moss to Thomas Kennedy, Tamleugh; .Thomas O'Donnell to Allen Wilson; Neil samp bellito Robert Cotterell. Tallygaroopna.;
Encounter with an Octopus. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 17 April 1885
Encounter with an Octopus A sensational encounter with an octopus occurredlast week at the pic turesque and popular resort- ori the coast line known as Shelly Beach: lA party of. holiday visitors went to the place to' explore its crags and caverns, and to indulge in somne crab =fishing One of their number, while bathing in *one of the pools left by the receding tide, ?entured under one of: the dark : iaverns, when his hlegs were entangled by what he at first took to be a heap of seaweed. .In. attem?pting to regain his footing lie fonud' ore difficulty than he anticipated, and the truth sud denly flashod .upon him that he was encircled in the embrace of an octopus. The monster, when met ivith resistance, commenced to omit an, inky fluid, but the a.iidventurons'us explorer could-' see, through the dakened water, the' head and gleaminig eyes which revealed his danger. A terrific struggle 'censued. The man tried with all his might to free himself ; but, notwithstanding all his elflrts; ...
LATEST TELEGRAMS. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 17 April 1885
LATEST' TELEGRAMS. TBi ELECTRIC' TELEGRAPI!. ( one OU Owif o o co zRow.nr.) MELROUoitE Thursday night. There is nothici nela -reported yet ii reference to tlhe complications between E igLuidl and Russia.; In the Soudan a further: advance' has taken place, but 'without opposition. A large supply of animal food has been captured. The land and. premises occupied by Messrs Edwards and Kane, Eliabeth St., was put up by auction to-day, and bought in at £950 per foot 'The reserve was £850.. Heavy rains are taking place in Gippa land, wand a portion of.:the railway lice has been washed awsay. It was discovered this inurig in tine to, privent anacci dent. a
GAZETTE NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 17 April 1885
GAZETTE NOTICES: ,Licenses not granted :-Daniel O'Far rell, 153a, Limaj. Elliott Goldberg, 160a, V arrenbayne. Transfers registered for- the week end ing.14th March :-Anna M., C. Schult~ to Jens Gregorson, 320a, .Warreubayne. Applieations for leases approved : James Ferguson, Euroai, 200a Sr '4p; John Whitney,- Tamleugh, 130a,.:
Violet Town Police Court. TUESDAY, APRIL 13. (Before Mr McCormick, P.M.) [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 17 April 1885
Violet Town Police Court. TUESDAY, APRIL 13. (Before Mr McCormick, P.M.) Truant inspector v. Margaret Block, for not sending her children to school the required number of days for the quarter. -This being the second offence, the de fendant was fined 5s and 2s 6d costs. Same v. Patrick Boyle, neglecting to send his boy to school. -The defendant pleaded guilty, and, as this was his first offence, he was fined 2s. 6d, and 2s 6d Same v. Eden White, jun., same charge. -The defendant stated that the little boy was only six years and ten months old, and he could not go sometimes, as he had a mile and a half to go through the bush by himself.' This was not considered by the bench.-Finied 2s 6d, and 2s 6d costs. &nbsp; Same v. John Ward, for not sending his two children to school.- As the defendant was fined twice previously for, the same children, he was fined 10s. and 2s. 6d. costs in each case, in default of paying the fine, seven days in prison. The fine was paid. &nbsp; ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 17 April 1885
;SPECAL A;WSDtNVEb4ENT 7j~R. BOD hs cenii 1appomited AGCENTfoi1 At Violet lTOon. i: ii All ord~ers czfti'o;:f~~tiqdto h care will re-i esive promp~t sttcptiq~: .li 3;Wi PiH.:yLI·IoN~JkEGIYjEi fHij :Pasitsferaudd fapoknerisoujier. i Coach '~~P~paIeit~ & i~nn Writer ,AN]D9SON.SIE , ..:~-J PRO NEU1?OA. * I L~xiz;~E~sinaKss a~no a esrii~iietf Ji .L' )ir ?i IHBVING commienced Boisiness at )Rai~Pprstt~e,;!Eura: LRespect.' fol' olicit a sha~re ;of the patronage of tlu~" ab~ovretTowa darooigiitit .KI'i rd-o-proniptiy oxecute in 1latest: s~ty~lorud~bcst~of wor~k. :.:: ~; -?-rube- otteefl -" THE I.. '.EU R'O" A :1, ,D-V:}ER'ITI'S ER .:.EVERY :`FRIDAY' MORNING; ECirlOates througheu thes i NORTH-EASTERN DISaTRICT And is the "Oii 'thie hiv ol etilile. ,T"i ;, T w: -; Euroa rAdver otiseor n ~ " E:+-Li ?TD.PDLSED PxTC I. THE LAlGE. AND IMPORTANT O3 S-TH 'EVERY IESCRTPTIO Circulatin O in --' Norsk-east-rr " 1t " he Lef n CU EDn aiInTt lst Ivrt: * '-. m m t e.._1 cmNeatness & Despate...
Atoms of Items. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 17 April 1885
Atoms, of Items. " Spiced atoms" are said to be remark ably good for digestion. The majority of volunteers object to enrolment for five years. A Geelong girl last week killed six rats with the bald headed end of the broom. Russia Beware! The body of a female child two or three days old 'was found wrapped in an old pillowcase, at the corner of: Rjoslyn and Howard streets on Sunday last.:: ` A young man at Coburg stodping down to pick a mushroomi, was bitten on the finger by a black.snake. . An old colonist, Mr H. L. Prentice,com mitted suicide by throwing himself into the Yarra. Monetary embarrassments are believed to have caused the rash'act. The aquarium in the Exhibition build ing continues a favourite resort-for the pleasure seekers. Fish oh! There are 200,000 tramps in Germany at ansannual costof £860,000. It is time the boys vcere marching. Strike on' the Pacific Mail steamer Zealandia still continues. Chinese labour is a sore grievance in that quarter...- - tA young nedical ma...
Random Rhymes. WHAT MAY HAPPEN TO A BICYCLIST IN EUROA [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 17 April 1885
Randlosm BlRhymes. WHAT MAY HAPPEN TO A BICYCLIST IN E1ROA0 --A harmless ride in Binnoy street; S,,-Tlie footpfath nice:?nd cleani;:,. -iLTimne;7Dp.m:i-and rather dark-: . i : ; four-foot-four: machine. It spins along at railroad pace, -Ye rider-- wlio was he?--!' Thought not of danger near at hand,•'. Of coming misery. . Were hors tails all fuirnished withl" Electric-lighte lamp, Then hi d.this poet ne'er just cause His pen with ink to damp.: '' -Enough l-'tis past! an equini form, - From out verandah shade, . Strides o'er the piath--I shut mine eye!' When will that vision fade? As Greek~meets Greek a tug of war Takes place, so I've been told, iBut when nmachinery meets a horse : 'Tis-feairful to behold! -,- Ye cyclii t quickly hurled himself .Uponithe frowaid steed,. Thliough,truth to tell,lies~emcdsurpris d In look;, in word, in deed. - ,The horse's legs an incline made Doirnwhich ye rider tripped; The cradled gutter oped its doors, And in ye rider slipped. He crawileth out, o'er...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 17 April 1885
C. . A. SIEBERT15K, DESIRES to announce to the public of Euroa, that laving taken up his re ?iridence here, will receive-pupils for Violin and Brass Instruments, also Piano and singing.. C4nA. S.,trusts to give:ev.ery satisfac -tion and desires.the support and patronage of the residents of Eurosa.. - " : } Pianos, carefuflyand thoroughly tuned 10s: 6d. in towiship; 15s. outside asid, neighbouring .townships:i Orders by post or otherwise promptly attended to: . ? -ER I--PAYABLE STRnCTLY sN ADVANCB. t LD ADDRES-C. A. SIEBERT. " care of P. F. M CLUSIKEY rumar S3EitTcA.3 GE i 31R. H. H; REEV1ES. EUROA, TEACHER of Piano and Theory Sing ing,. and" Drawingi , Tennis on application to the. above address., 1 FPholog raphu. FOR? Sale at; the .Aderti'e o?ficeb and at C. L. DoBoos' store. CABIN-ETS. . Sutherlancns Hotol , Challenger's House i lIi. i; Kirkland street (view) f EmcI De Boos' Employees ., ;"y: CARDs?; Post Office . iailwayL stcreet(north view) Rail hiystreet (south view) Is. . V Pr...