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DAIRY PRODUCE. HIDES ETC Wednesday, April 22. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 24 April 1885
DAIRYtI PIRODUCE. HIDES ETC Wednesday, April22. Messrs. M'XKay and .M-Donald- report (22nd A pril):-Cheese: Firstclass ipialities Gd to 7d per lb; medium to good, Gd to Gd; inferior, lower. Potted butter- Supply to hand large, prices easier ; our best for prime was is per lb; medium, 9d to 101d; inferior, lower, according to con dition and quality. Fresh butter-The supply in to-day was very large, conse quently aheavy fall in prices was the result. Favoritebrands sold up to is Gd; medium from Is to is 3d;.out of condition lots lower, according to quality. Eggs Highest Is 8d per doz for guaraiteed lots; collectors' lots, from is to is 6d do. do. Bacon-Smoked Hams, lld per lb; sides, 10d 'green, according to quality. Honey dull of sale at 4cd.: Beeswax in good de m?and at 9d. Poultry-Turkeys fron 8s d tl4sper ,pair;geese, from 4s 6d to, d6s 6d ; ducks; 3s Gd to'4s `Gd "per`pair; fowls,-4s to4s 6d do do..
NEW ZEALAND LOAN AND MERCANTILE AGENCY CO. REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 24 April 1885
NEW ZEALAND oA AND DfERCANTILE AGENCI':CO. .EP?RT. Seepskins:-Dry skins are not sellirig with freedom,. and sales- this week have be6iE rther 'in` favor of buyers. ?Green skhias come to'hand with freedom and are o.peited for with fair spirit, but the un- satiisfctory liews from Home has caused buyers to act with caution. We quote: Lambs' pelts, up to is 4d each; lamb skins, up to 2s each; liutchers' pelts, up to 3s 6d each; dry_ skins, 2s to 5s each; statioin skii? (in bales), 3Ad to 5id per lb. Hides--A very, full market has" been met tith, and with an increased supply an early fall in prices is to be anticipated, although a good quantity has been cleared by us during the past week at prices in slight . fvor of" buyers. We quote i Green 'ox hides, 16s. to .30s each; .green: cow hides, up to 3jd per lIb; calf.skins, .up:to 6jd per lb. , angarom o and Furred Skins-Kangaroo" are very scarce, and all coming-forward, command very good prices,and quotations have advanced.. We quote-Kanga...
Commercial. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 24 April 1885
Ciamnanere as. '.The undermentioned Quotations for: :Live Stock. Dairy Produnce; etc.,are the very latest obtainable, and very Figure is :Guaranteed ABSOLUTELY CORRECT to, =the Aouctioneers'.Quotations. Farmers and Graziers may 'therefore place implulicit con-' dider,ce in our Mtarket -eports.: We have al;o made arrangementsafor ex tended repo:ts of thd Monthly Stock Sales of the district, which .will- appear among .the Commerciarl Itelligence.
SHEPPARTON STOCK SALE. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 24 April 1885
SmEPPARTON STOCK SALE. Messrs. J. McNamara and Co. report: On the 14th (second Tuesday in the .ionth), we yarded 512 cattle, 1700 sheep, .and "20 horses at our yards, when- the aittendance of Buyers from all Sides was very good, despite the heavy rain which lasted all day. Prises for all kinds of cattle greatly advanced, bidding was brisk for everything submitted, and the cattle .yarded were cleared less 19 head. For Ssheep there were some'very good offers, but these did not meet owners' expecta tions. Horses, dull of sale. I'We soldfor "? cows at £5 16s; Mr. II. Sutherland-5 cows at £6 10s, and 10 bullocks at £7 15s. -G. Jessup -17 steers G1s, 18 do. 43 G6d; L. McLean-10 steers 49s, 46 do.: 41, 12 cows £5 9s and £4 18s; P. King-132 steers and heifers. 95s, 76s,, 46s, and 43s; Horwood and Early-9- cows, 64s; T. Looby-1S bullocks 97s, 26 steers and iheifers 52s Gd, 2 cows 102s. Small lots at quotations.
Longwood. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 24 April 1885
Longwood. ··-- 4·;.- - ' The mnuch-vexed' question as to the site for the new state school at Longwood hasbeehs at last decided.: Mr Linard, the correspondent of the .Board of Advice, informs us that it has been determined by the Education departilent that the build-. ing shall be erectedaboutmidway between the two townships, in'order to accommo date the children of both places. " We learn that the gross proceeds of the late `concert and ball in aid of the Mechanics' Institute at. Longwood, amiount .to the satisfactory sum of £20. Considering' the rough state of the wea ther at the time, the committee have every: reason to be thoroughly satisfied with the success attending their efforts.. The picnic 'which had to be postponed, is pro posed to be held on the 25th May.,, A meeting is to be held on the 30th instant to decide tlhe matter. Mr Mullins; the local station-master, is once 'more amongst us. Sonic time- ago. he was compelled, in consequence of a swelling in:one of his knees, t...
VIOLET TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 24 April 1885
VIOLEET TOWN._ Mr Alleyn, our. stationmaster, has been .granted a well-earned 'holidayi.and has left for a fortnight's recuperation. In his -absence, Mr Dainty is actilig as relieving officer. It has frequently been remarked that no one may compete' with a full-grown Yankee in the production of monster 1 :pumpkins or gooseberries; but, if .this allegation be true, 1I? Jas. Myers, . of Boho, must either have a strong infusion of American blood in his composition, or be regarded as phenome :ally endowed in f the direction of pumpkin raising. We' .have seen a specimen of these vegetable bullets which weighed 701b, and measured - feet 7 inches in circumference. A few of these should have been shipped with the troops to the Soud:u. Cricket has now been declared " out," without appeal, and football is to have an 1 innings. Let us hope a long and merry time will result, and that our boys will f aecure goalden opinions from 'all men. In the cricket field, this year's record shows a consider...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 24 April 1885
W*. H., ON GLE Y Painter and Paperhangecf Coach Painter. Sign Writer ANDERSON,.STREEjT,,t. .EUIOA. MISSES: YOXON, S(Late of Melbourne) - AVING commenced Business the above Town and surbounding district. All orders "irdmptly executed in latest stle and best of work..." "" UROA AND DISTRIC I SHEEP L PROTECTION ASSOCIATIONi three Pounds each Will be paid for the skIns of FULL GROWN,/:DINGOES SIiled awithin thelDistrict; and £1each for /J DINI GO PUP ,SKI NS. 1U ntil Further Noti ce. " The skinsmust be peret, with s ilp, brush and:paws;nnd be properly... salted. They, will be rece ived by J. . M 'Kenzi_, Etq., Gooram ; S. Wilson, Esq., Lima.- . W.D Crocker, Esq.q Honey-: S suckle, andhby the Secretary t where other conditions?h a s. aybe eend:':' i (B y O rder,) .. HENRY PARKER, 1st June, 1884. Secretary iH OM E- PA THY. Th GENUI ..NE . 1i ; T::: ? THIC :, : ,.:MEDICINES. .3..; ;Ii:s ii :.'.ýU':!'z'J' .f"' T ".i:T;;1-,bm: r, i i.:ý; r Tie followi? g 12 moti co only- .used Medicines, TIN...
MELBOURNE MARKETS. Wednesday, April 22. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 24 April 1885
MELBOURINE IMARKETS. Wednesday, April 22. Fat Sheep.--This market was short sup plied1, only 7408 having been yarded, exclu -sire of stores. The demand was brisk, especially for best descriptions, and the prices realised show a slight improvement on last week's rates. Prime croslsbred wethers.sold at from 14s Gd to 17s 6d, ac cor.ling to weight, a few extra higher; good do. from 12s Gd to 13s Gd; second do. from, 30s Gd to 11s 61, inferior from:8s 6d. Prime merino wethers from 12s Gd to 13s Gd; good do.from 10s 6d to Ils 6d, second do,. from "Ss Gd to 9s Gd; inferior from Gs. Fat Cattle.-About 1900-were yarded, a :large pIoportion of which were of useful to prime.quality. There was a full attendance of buyers, and prices for best descriptions ruled the same as last week, but for middling and inferior sorts latoerates were isot iain tained, the decline in valici teing about 10s per hea .''" Prime pens' of.bullocks sold at from £10 to £11; see.nd -£6-10s to £9 10s; inferior from L5. ;...
LATEST TELEGRAMS. MELBOURNE Thursday evening. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 24 April 1885
LATEST TELEGRAMS. ;By ELECTRIC T EL asiP . (rton uva oww counESro?oa~ r.) MELTou?ruE Thursday evening. There is nothing further yetito hand reo'rding tlie complications witli Russia. A innquest was heldto-day on the body of a woman' 'inaed" Tui- ell, who' died in the Melbourne Hospital yesterday; a verdict of bloodpoisoning was returned. The hearing of the" Malpas case!was're suined to-day, and after Mr. Purves' address, His Honor began an" exhaustive summing up, which lasted until the hour for adjournment.
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 [?] [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 24 April 1885
PUBLISHED EVERY ~RIDAY MORNING. "let all the end.s thou aim'st at be thy - Country's,...... Thy God's, anul Truith's.' ALL who are concerned for the dignity and influence. of ,England must have read with a sense of relief the announce ment -in a recent' cablegram that Mr Gludstone.has disavowed the cession of Penjdeh to Russia as a preliminary condition of the settlement of the Afghan disputes.. As a natural conse quence, the irritation will be the more acute when the expectation of England presenting a firm and unjyielding front to the aggression of Russia is discredited and withdrawn. A severe strain is put upon the patience of the British public, at this critical point of our national history, by the knowledge that Russia has outwitted the caution of'our own rtatesmen, and has been reco;gniscd as the rightful owner of territories in eluding not only Pcnjdeh, lnut otheri parts of Afghanistan which England ecprcssly instructed the Ameer to de fend from' her depredations. More than ...
Avenel. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 24 April 1885
..Avenel .;. vi co :(FROx OUw 'OWN CORRESPONDEST.) -N 0 Avenel is a very nice, neat little town, a: :situated about-ten miles from Seymour. fo It is built on each side of the railway, the lao western portion containing three fine hotels, and some half a dozen smallstores. On the eastern side ithere are two, large C general stores owinel'by Messrs Gaddand in Tonkin, which appear to be doing a very ti, Igood business. The inhlabitants speak of he the town as being very quiet now, but a splendid brick store about 120 ft long by sli iby 30 ft wide was pointed out, which used to be filled with grain, ere the Shepparton to line took the trade and glory from Aveniel. Iml As many as 100 teams might be seen 'it waiting to unload, and camping in the re street. Now this -magnificent buliling is th 'lying useless. T o The races, wliich havc :always' been a good feature in Avenel, seem to have almsost dropped through, though there 'is of nearly £50 in hand, just from the want. ac -of some person...
St.Paul's Church of England SPECIAL SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 24 April 1885
St.Paul's Chureb of England SPECIAL SERVICES. --In connection with -the opening cere-. monies of the above church were con-?? P"..s : ducted on Sunday last by the Rev. C. T. .. Kent, the popular head of Albert Park Church. South Melbourne. Large con= gregations were present both mortring and evening, and intense interest was manifested in tbhe&preacher's utterances. The morning discourse was based* on the First...Book of Chronicles, IV chap. 10th verse, and that of the eviininig on Acts IV. chap. 4th verse. The subjects were handled on each occasion in a masterly manner, and were replete with'useful in- - formation and advice, suitable to the cir cumstances under which the church had been erected and divine service was to be carried on. , s TEA MEETING. On Tuesday evenig-sqsper teamee t ing was heold in theTemnperamic hall: ,the? success of which exceeded all ex'pecti tions. Relay after relay was:iiecesitated, and it was not until within a few mninutes of the time for commni...
Moglonemby Jottiugs. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 24 April 1885
Iogloncmby JottiU s- By -INCOG." :Since "writing n ia last; a ,.soliderful ,dlange has come over the face Of. nature. 'it woull seem as though' the wand of. ,aome magician hadl been wascd over; our parish, so sudden lhas been hl "ch?lnge from heat .o cold, from drouglhitito -moisture, from dearth to luxurance. :Since the ra~ns of a fortnight - ago, live stock seem to have become regenerated. -Horses gallopabout the paddocka, cattle skinl over 'the theld's, sheep froliC amongst oig 'the-trecs, wphile their nvler, eselooking -weeks vingeC, "go merrily whistling to -tb sir pailv lebours. Truly., fheaven's The prvpiectors of the Adrcerftisre -re o.showing 'thlat tley' are the right~mc·'1in lhc-right place, mid their energy deserves :'-tI support of every inhabitant.- of tlid -districts in which the Advertiier circulates -i5 response ton wish ebpressed by these - gctlnemcnl, 'that suggestions for the: -in .provemient of the paper would be accep -. -tableI ofiferone, attention to which wi...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 24 April 1885
REPUTATIO N T ILL ,I4MAINTAINEI : ... : AT . .. Melbourne House, VIOLET ;TOWN FOR EVERYDESCRIPTION . i Drapery Goods, Clothingi, Faincyi Goods, l Boots and Mhoes, W' atheM, % c. Notwithstanding : the heavy competi tion now in the district, and neighbouring towns, - .A. McKENZIE still comnmands a LARGE SHARE of PUBLIC PATRONAGE from residents of Violet Town,. Balmattusm, Euron, Strathbogie, Marraweeney, Boho, Moglo nemby, Tamleugh, Miepoll, Caniambo, Gowangardie, Nalinga, Upotipotpon, TWarrenbayne, Baddaginnie, Swanpool, and Saumaria. I BEG most respectfully, to thank the inhabitants of the above places for itheir kind and liberal support in the past, and ihope to merit a continuance of their patronage by giving them still b:tter . NOTE the following lihes which I have.just bought at LONDON PRICES: 47 PIECES CHECK SATEENS (war ranteed FAst coLoni s) at 84d per yard, iorth 1s.3d. 150 PIECES PRINTS (assorted from 3d. per yard. 22 PIECES WINCEY. 32 inches wide at 0.g per yard, worth Od....
War News. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 24 April 1885
War still looming in tim distance 1. Sir Peter Lumnsden's despatch re the collision at Penjdeh, is in direct conflict with General Komaroff's telegram to the Czar. Premier still waiting further details from British Coimmissioner.-Russian Baltic fleet preparing for sea.--France and Russia conspiring to annoy England. -The arrogant tone of Russia to England increasing on Afghan frontier question. Relations strained in consequence of the Khedive, acting on the advice of the British Government,' suppressing . the "Bosphore Egyptian" published at Port Said. Khedive will consult the Porte before replying to French ultimatum to relicense the paper.-It is rumoured that the troops under Sir Gerald Graham are to be recalled from the Soudan. The condition of affairs between Great 1Britain and Russia is rapidly becoming snore warlike. In ;both 'Houses of Parlia inent, on Tuesday night, important Ministerial statements were made. Mr Gladstone, in the Commons, announced tlht Sir Peter Lumsden lad...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 24 April 1885
TO. ARMS i' TO ' ARMS! P' A- PRELMINARY MIEETING G$ f ;C-' persons favorable to the formation of a Rifle Club ii?Euroa,:ivill' be held at Sutlherland's Eiiroa otel on WEDNES DAY, 29th inst., at 7.30 p.m. F. OGILBY. NOTICE. pERSONS desirous of forming a FOOT .BALL CLUB, please - meet at Sutlerland's at 7.30, on Saturday (to morrow) evening, for the purpose of electing officers and transacting general business. D A. CASEMENT. A MEETING of SUBSCRIBERS to the Longwood Free Library and Mechanics' Institute will ble held on Thursday, 30th April, in the above building. BusexLss : To appoint Trustees. JAS. E. MAXFIELD, Hen. Sec. SIlutuIal 'Inaproivensc ent As sociation igeetin;. MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 27Sr. DEBATE: "Should Capital Punishment be Abeo lished." Dr. McCall, Affirmative; ir. Turner Negattve. Commence at 8 o'clock sharp. D. BOWMAN, Secretary. S' 'Entertainusent. TTICTORIAN Asylumn, and School for • the BLIND. (Patron : His Ex cellency the Governor Sir H. B. Loch, K.C.B.) A Grand P...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 24 April 1885
Birth. HANDBURY.-On the 13th April, at Euroa, the wife of J. E. Handbury, of a daughter. Death. PANTON.-On April 14th, 1885, William Panton, (late of Petersham, N.S.W.) contractor of the Young and Cowra railway contract. Brother-in-law of Mrs. A. Hamilton, of Old Longwood. Aged 50 years.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 24 April 1885
B FOR B.PAPEZAGS TEA~ PAPERS;;-- ----- TRY,, ,f ..: "ADVERT ISER" Of~e; General Storekeeper, IRONMONER=: GROCERIES -', :. of all kinds, BEST QUALITY Building materials :: Brickis, : . .encmgwire(beestbtaadsdu-; Agent f i'the NEW ZEALAND LON AND MERCANTILE AGENCY AO CO ..O Melbourne Cash Advances made againlst Grain andiWool. ' ' ,Agent for the.. ComUAssir.wane eeeliety ,Agent forthe AMUTUAL.XSSURA_1NCE SOCIETY OF VICTORIA. Agent f~orM'Corslic '. Reaper and ".Twine Binder, and other Agricultural Implements, . including'.:- -, .' DOBIE'S SEED SOWER, PETER BEY'S DOUBLE ACTION • CHURNS - The mostLabour Saving Churn. -Known. Cash Buyer of all Farm Prnd,- ih FRUIT TREES AT MELBOURNE PRICES. ON THa.. SHORTEST, NOTICE. O _ T . oE MUTUAL ASSURANCE ..'SO CIETY OF VICTORIA: (LIMITED.) Head Office, 79 Little Collins street, West Melbourne. For Life Assuranteanid Endowmnehts. Policy Hnldera:Divide the Profits. ` Co.chisairsn,) Fredri'Ck "'o , Esq., F1. S: .Prditeor '": the Melb.urneUuiversity Al...
LOCAL MARKETS [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 24 April 1885
LOCAL'MARKETS- ..: t.L ý : - "Advertiser" Office, Thursday. Thle local siil.relports hTijng purchased - during week, over 300 bags'dfw clw'ttaind :290 bags oats, at the following prices: Whelat, 3s 2d tosad; oats, 2s 4d to 2s 6d; -barley, 4s 2d.,-iilso lias on hand for sale a -splendid sample of Port McDonniell hand -threshed seed'wnlat, and also Imperial -variety. Splendid sample Tartarian eats for sale, about 100 bags,, yield 8 bags -to tthe acre. Mr C. L. DeBoos reports prices locnallvas Tollows. Tresh butter and'eggs have had a £ur sther advance. -We quote: . Fresh butter. 0o tos ; 1 .Eggs, lsd. Fowls, 2s to 3s per pair, Ducks 3s per pair. "Turkeys5s to 10s per pair.: *Sheepskins Sd to 4d. iHides'2d to 2Md. Tiangaroo skins 9d to s..'ld. , Wallaby 6d. to 7d. O4ppossium 2s d to 4s 6d. Bear 2s G6d ' Wattle hark, £2 to 26 per ton. J. E. Handbury and Co. report * We have no changes to report this week. Prime cask-butter,7d to 9d; eggs, Is 3'. honey, 3d.to 34d per lb.;pigs 3dto4jd" -d...
Spiced Atoms. [Newspaper Article] — Euroa Advertiser — 24 April 1885
d Apleed Atoma. Euroa shire farmers. Note the market reports in this issue. Mark it! Barnes, has been found guilty of the murder of J. B. Slack, and sentenced to death. Nemises. A man named John C. Krause has been arrested at Geelong. Charge, larceny of a diamond pin, and silver bracelet. Great eight-hours' demonstration at Melbourne on Tuesday. Small pox has broken out in Hotham. The victims are to be pitted. The barque Bothwell Castle, .has been wrecked, in the North Pacific.. The crew escaped to an island.. Captain and: two men left in ship's boat, and, after terrible sufferings for 17 days, were picked up. -The gipsy encamppment, Melbourne, is still attracting thousands of spectators. The gipsies are reaping a golden harvest and-mnany? queenly workers beautify this metropolitan beehive. - On the 1st of July next, tlhe sixpenny telegram system will come into opexation in Victoria. .Only a sprat. Hurrah! The' supposed murderers: of Messrs Anketell and Burrup will be brought to tri...