,"Let all the :erds :thou aim'st at be +the Counlry's, Thy God's, and Truth's.' FRIDAY;, JANUARY26. 1;12. Music. The Misses' Phillips; teachers of pianofor and harmony; resume tiit?iton on Tuesda Jan. 30th,1912 Horse Sale : "hose interes ted are reminded 'Of f horse sale: to beell by Messrss Stribl g and -Jos. Clrke and Co., of Dandenug at the Euron yards on 'hursday next at ietsrnary Bazaar. A grand hazar ll beheled at the Bfy Hall, in aid of the church Iianid ?it d nesdey and Thursdayith rnd Sth teb ry, afternoon and o?veni; g', and .? 1 day night &a dance will be held, the mu for which.will be supplied by a hand ram Eurna. Particulnrs in advertiseme lee -Wrer . Public Holiday. Monday next, 29th inst., being erved as Foundation Day, the business p es in Euroa will close all day An aft ton's amusement will be provided by the imer meeting of the Euroa racing clib, Ights and particulars of which appear in tber colmdn. Painful Accident. A. painful accident occurred t Mr Percy Walker, during cricket practi at the Euroa ground on Tuesday eve ig. He was stooping to flLId a fast ball im Ainslie's bat, w'hen it bumped and at k him in the fapo wmth considerah'e to Dr Bill, who fortunately was at bract was able to give cqusiderable roleseo to unfortunate fieldsmann, whq hal spstai a fratured inose as the result of nmpact. The Bbwlers' Predicament. Shepparton journeyed to Euroa Wednesday last to play an a sociatio match; Motoring was the mode of Iransi six, including the driver, in one, and thre _in anlther. The big car hut a good run but' the smaller one failed four miles fros the destination and necessitated thre bowlers 'padding thehoof,' but they turne, up. ot the trysting ground and battle. through the match, in which they war easily defeated. Now had these bowler. been fitted with John .t Co.'s hosts, whet padding' those four miles, a different tale might have been told by the local bowlers -Advt. SAVED HIS LIFE. Little Jack Vincent was attacked with croup. ''Ho was just at the choking ;lagi and we had no time to send forimedlcel aid, says his mother, Mrs. Agnes L. Vincent SMargaret St. Geiong, Vic. "We had Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in the house and it was the means of saving his life. It took only ten minutes for Chamberlain's -Co b a .to t-e v rk
Elsewhere Mies M E Deinheuty notiies. I that she' will esumee tuition on i.Tedayla 6th February. Mrf. Trimblei notilis elsewhere that he" has succeeded lsothe wiine cute lately car rned on by Mre j. Robinson, Railway-aet. Euros. 'A glass l first-class ,wine:' will be obtainable at 3d: Transfer: ,r H. Imray, :teacher at the Tainlugh State =Schotol, ihas beeni trauaserre;d to Cainamios'.: Mr?lnra;ry' who tuok in active interest in cricket and other matters at Tam leughwill be much missed at that place. ? Memorial Service.. At tbe Strathbogie North servie at the Methodist Church on sunday niext, Mr.W.' T. Harrison' will conduct a memorial service to the late Mrs. Walker.%'. - Tenders Tenders are invited by advt..: elsewhere for painting and repairs to Police Stac'iou, Euroa, painting and repairs to State School No. ?'155, -Gooramt, and repairs "to State SchoolNo. 264, Croighton. Land at Dubbo. .
Messrs. 1aid and Searight, of 12L afties Street, Sydney, announcde elsewhere the subdivision, for private sale, of a wdll known estate at Dubboh.N.S W., contain-. iug S,God00:: acres offirstquality whearaend Any size required may be arranged for, on moderate terms extending over ten years. The Rabbit Pdst. Landowners have been hardat it' lately puisonluig. The dry state of the weather is conducive of wonderful results. Many are the .arguments:abqut ,which is the best method of getting rid of bunny.. Reports are continunlly coming in of vast numbers of rl?iits. tieing jioisoned, and by?all sorts of bait. - '
Who Broke the Window ? Passers-by in Binney-street were startled at ahout half-past eight onStinday even ing by a loud crashi.ng of broken glass, and it transpired that the front window of Mr. H. Smithers' refreshnientrooms hadi been shattered As this is the third time. the shop window has been smashed, Mr. Smithers naturally longs for a few minu tes' interview with the culprit. Tiny Town. A visit was paid to Euroa on Satlrday. last hy the- members of the Tiny Town Cir cus and Vaudeville: idgets. The company was greeted with one of .the best houses ever in the Public Hall, and those present appre elated the entertainment given.. The novel "people were extremely clever in some of their 'performances, while their- national dances were carried out in a surprisngoman ,ies. ?They were applaaded throughout.
LongwoodRace Club. At a meating [f the race club members on Saturday,tth inst., the general lhelaide. sheet showed a bank credit of £75 with all delbt paid'. The secretary, Mr. Houston, was complimented on the position and the able manner in which he` had attended to the interssts of the club, and to show-their applreciation, the meeting decided to raise his balary to £15. The club contemplate furither- improvements to the ground in the near future.
Death. We' regret to have to chronicle the death, at Leadeovllle. N.S W.. of Mr Jue Fiei3l, at the early age of 25 years The decseed, ?ho wos well known throughout Sdistrict, havi e his regained his health, and inic tded paying a visit to 14s father, Mr . Field, of Eurca. but a subsequent attack of rheu matic ferei termiacted fatally on Monday last. Deceased was an only son. and much syn pathy 'is expreseed for. the bereavedfnsmily.
Collisin in Railway Street. A nirrow . escape from a serious accil dent' ccurred on Saturday evening, in Railw strecet, when Mr J. Nicot's drag and sulky containing two .young men came linto .collision; The vehicles were travy lig in apposite directions and just as tl y were about to. pass each other the pon in the sulky 'shied' at a stationary mo r car'in front of the Euroe hotel,dlnd le ng 'round, ran into the rear wheels oof, e.drag, the point of the shaft being a ht bietween the slpoked and the pony c rie'd off its feet for some yards. almost o rtisrning the sulky. However, a qinck 11 up averted any further danger. and yond the pony being slightly lamed no age was done.
fhe- Duck Season: , :. The:duck seison opens on the 1st of Feb uary and fromý present indications it ould ippear as it bags were going to be snall. -It is a long" time since birds were so scarce in these parts, and the reason is ard to disco verimost of the swamps con-.. taining a fair amount o water: A fact that'will be a?ipreciated by all sportsmnen [si the abolition Lof ,t ie lIdicrous regulqtidn having relation' to the hour . of opening: For the last two opening days shooting has been prohibited until 5.0 a.m,but twoyears of this proved sufficient" to satisfy ;the de partment that tli schemo was unworkable, and tho opening will revert to the old hour of midnlht. -
Railway.Ticket Checking. A new system of ticket checking, which wilt increase "the working expenses of the Railway Department,' but will:, save the time of passengers and admit of the run ning of trains to schedule time, is being introduced by the Conmmissioners. With the introduction of vestibule cars on country main lines, they intend to place a conductor in charge of each train of this class." The 'conductor will supervise the equipment, ilttings, etc., of the cars; at tend to the wants of passengersi; see that luggage is not placed on any part uf the train in which it would cause inconvenience to travellers; notify passengers when the train is approaching the stations, and assist in the discharge of their luggage. Further, he will check tickets on the jour ney, although the station check will be retained at a few places.
Accident to M. G. Diggle. An accident that was at first thought to be of a very serious Inature occurred to Mr Geo. Diggle, contractor, Euroa, on Tuesday afternoon, at his timber yards With somie of 'his men he was engaged in 'ifting 'an iron saw bcuh, weighing six or seven hundreddieight, from a cart, when the boncht became jambed. Mr piggle, who was at the rear-of the cart gave it a sharp Jsrk, with the rosult that it slid along the foor of the cart and full on top of him, pinning him to the ground, until it was lifted away by a couple of men It was thought that he had sos tained serious internal injuries, and medical aid was at on?a stmmoned,wvhen t was found that beyond a crushed left Iand, no bones were broken, though I ruises were sustained that will leave the ifortuante victim stiff and sore for 1ys to come. Although advised not to do , Mr Diggle was about supervising his oiness on the following lay, and can S1sairl to have had an escape that was Ili, short of miraculous.
SPPELLED TO TAKE TO HIS BED. S rix year.'I have been a suelorer from Colieing compelled at times to take to mY , nays Mr A. Phillips, Dutton, S.A. but whenu 1 get these attacks I take Chanilamn's Colic and Disrrhbm Remedy nud kPi that it gives me immediate relief I can fldently recommeni it to others i o r ny a~ bowl art,,omBheoub nph?in
Light Horse. A regimental order has been issued by Major Crockett; commanding officer of the Third Light Horse Brigade, to the various squadrons in respect to the military camp at Kilmore It states:--'The annual camp of continuous training for the 3rd Light Horse Brigade, will be held at Kilmore from 7th to 14th March. Memblers are notifed that the attendance for the full eight days is compulsory fur efficiency. Recruits not passed into the ranks before that time will not be allowed to attend. Information has been received by circular from the district head quarters that it is intended to amend the regulations with reference to require ments for efficiency making it necessary for the total number of days for which pay is provided,, viz, sixteen, to be attended (including eight days in camp). Members unable to comply with the new conditions may be granted a free discharge provided they apply for same before 30th June.