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QUEENSTOWN POLICE COURT. TUESDAY, NOV. 28TH. (Before John Bell, Esq., J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 1 December 1882

QUEENSTOWN POLICE COURT. -o TUESDAY, Nov. 28TH. (Before John Bell, E~lq. J.P.) John Walker was proceeded against for killing a halfer. John Yates, sworn, deposeal that on the 25th ult he woa in a gully near the prisoner's house ; saw traces of where a beast had been killed ; gave information to the police; was present when prisoner's house was searched ; heard prisoner say hoe bought thoe bee from a man with a waggon and two horses, and that he (prisoner) saw the man once a fort night. William Scott corroboratal the foregoing evidence. Constable Hayes,. sworn, deposed-On infornmtion received I swore an information against the prisoner, and scoarchedt t house; found the cask of beef produced there; arretted and cautioned prisoner; prisoner statedl that he bought the beef from a manu with two horses and waggon ; on the 27th askul prisoner if he could describe the man whomluboughtthobeet from; he said it was a oman with a bay hrome and a tiltled spring cart, but could give no descripti...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Correspondence. Without endorising the opinions of our correspondents, we shall be glad to insert communications hearing upon topics of public interest, which may be intelligently expressed and free from personalities, on condition of receiving the writer's real name, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. THE LLYDALE BANQUET. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EVELYN OBSERVER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 1 December 1882

Correspondenoe. Without endorning the opinioln of our onr r.sponlnllls, we lltll mit Kgl1d lto illserl conllnnIclllatiols hearillg uponll t?l of oilulii Ilrer 1 t, lwhich Only hb iltbInglllrntly ex rI'lrlI'I 11in1 free frollm I rrrlmllllel, InI crllllitoll lof rtuelviinll the writer's retl n111lel, Int ]ICCnsuairI(y for piblicieltIloi, lot as Ia g1Karanllee of goolld laith TI£11 IX DALE IANQUrT. TO THr InDITOIt OF TlI VFLYI. Ol01131:tVit, SInl,-In reply to your corrpon.denllt, "A Loverof Public Decency," who 1i evidentlyby hIh letter au liteols lover of il.leeony, I have mucll pleasurel..,nl. aIuring hiln that lt Is a fact that the l'rlshlontof LilydaloShlr will prieico et the Lilyalei Itallway Ilanqqut Undlcronlinary cinrl:umitancoi it is ot of impiortance who presidrs, but by virtuoof Ils poIition asn Prcsldent of the Shire hli iH justly entitlel to the honor, whel n im portant evclit Isuch a1 tLhie ouping of tle Lilydale railway occnan. I do not enter into the merits of the con t...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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Mining News [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 1 December 1882

Mining NDws Thoe MIit·gero r0iiorS:- Now Iiingwo.l Asaiiniiv, R1inir. 011111, N v. 25.-.Diliiig heIioisniiht Nn. 4 lvi. a.,rth Itoi hllMI- vx'tindie 92F., lo0 1l0hin in Ithe fuce; coils iincwiO tolping qalzrloz fi thie iitorinedlate level, Rood pIiyiuLo stone.. Somein rich stloe trnraOk iit thU wiozeO; 2881hna. oF qlnsrtz treLaLtell, which gave hoct. 121wt. .o1il, eqionnl t, 43..z. 32dwt. goldh pi toil. C leziaeh itl 1 Iivbged 5.1 bebeot'aitiiaoiiy or0; 3UO hoiga now at the twine. Muchdiiory workinig well. I'hiwaix, Peintoi, Hill, Nov. 2b.- Theu liler ioh ruicahinory have bhon ciotod'to the old,, till in giiod uriLer.

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A BICYCLING TRIP TO FERNSHAW. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 1 December 1882

A BICYCLING TRIP TO FERN. SHAW, On Satutnlay Mlerr, 11lt, Iluniton, mtid Stokos, of the M.II,U., left Melbolurun at hallfpuult I for n trip to Fornohaw. Tliu road wl rnigh11 ndll rutty to tllngwood, nfter wlhlu iti It nprovl slightly; anlt lydInlu woo retched a at qillalrter.cpnt 4 an1, After tlhis the rout was golo for thrlou milt, thIon It be. unhtu oxtroleloey llt, ruliattotl dittounto htii. to tiu aon?o, iai? It win consoltitbly ntter it 'clouk whenl Ie?ltavrllu was renohhl. Theu u?xt euven milt0 wore vory hilly, but the hlunltiful lscenery w0 0I nl itlll rewa?t to thei trmvelltt for the hunt work thuy nhad to nutdcrgo, anid thlusmnll biut ptutlres~iuo town. itlllt of urnshnaiw was reach;lt? at p.m. Thu luxt nimurtg tit y rietti l their way In Ilatol'tvltlo; and tlhoull hmltcid of for Ynrrnii llato, The rlad, hiowvor, pilSLa over i rncctsiutn of hills nll tihe way buck, the vluws obtanot fromt the tops of sulno of thletn, especially' from the Ohristnoma Hlls, beilg very hne, lul...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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RAILWAY TO WHITTLESEA. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EVELYS OBSERREY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 1 December 1882

ltRATWAY TO WHIITTLESEA. TO TIHE :I)ITO uuP T Iue I'VtLYY O(nlllleRY. 81s,-Tho postponement of tile line by tile Counoll Ias evokedl very stroug feelings of indignation thmroughout tihe districts from Preston to Whittlesea, as it was expected the line would be among the earliest to be con. structed. Private deputations of residents along tihe line, Interviewing nmembers of the Upper Chamober, was general throughout the past few weeks. The Upper COhlmber, as a co-ordinate branch of the Legislaturo, was entitled to full information of all lines on the Bill. If the statistics be meagre regardn ing the line, the fault lay with the ofticials of the Itailway Department, who are tile custodial? of a quantityof statistiessupplied from time to time during the lost lii years. In 1878 detailed statements of tile various products and the value of road tlndile wre furnished to Mr. Woods, the then rMinister of Railways, which, computed at railway farme, would return a revenue of about £14,000 a. ...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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TRIP TO FERNSHAW. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 1 December 1882

TRIP TO FERNSHAW. An outing of a very enjoyable character to Fernshaw and the far famed Black Spur, via Lilydale and Healesville, was indulged in by a large party of ladies and gentlemen, who left Melbourne by- train for Lilydalo between 5 and 6 o'clock p.m. last Friday week. The personncl of the party was somewhat novel, being made up chiefly of clergymen who were in at tendance at the Presbyterian General Assembly then sitting in Melbourne. The excursion was undertaken at the suggestion of the IHon. James 1alfour, to whose thoughtful kindness the par ticipants in the trip-several of whom are from New South Wales, Tosmamaia, and-the South Sea Islands-were en abled to view some of the most picturesque soot not only ,n the County of Evelyn, but in theo olony of Victoria. T party, numbering in all 35, including seven or eight ladies, left town at the hour already mentioned by special train provided by Mr. Bal four (who was one of the number), and having safely arrived at Lilydale, a s...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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THE CONSUMPTION AND PRODUCTION OF WHEAT IN VICTORIA. (AN INVESTIGATION.) [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 1 December 1882

T'II 00ONSU.IPPION AND PRO. DUOUlON OF WHEATLIN 1IU TOKtIA. : (Av t INVEsrntATIrOtc - Thie triaigular controversy respect. lug the production of wllheat in Victoria, occasioned by the different estimates of the rlm 'ge and tlhe Age, and.the Ooverlnlllt ":agricultural SBtritistica," a ill hie faltiliar to our readers In this article we propose an iiivestigation onil a completely dillerent Ibasis. We shall first state the cosumption of the colony, anl'tlhereafter the prodluction. T'ie justilication of this method will appeal Uonsnnumption:-Thel consumption of whleat in Victoria ispopularly estimated at 5, htesilels pjer head of population per a',nuln. \Vhy thlis figurie Ih?aq beeu dolptedl we do not ,know.. It is an asiiulmed ligure, antd nmust hbe 'treated accordingly. - In timhe Utittedu Kingdoml the con sumpiion per Ihit'tl in tim harvest year entlded :lt A bugust last was about. 5f bushels (seeJ Ieo,,rtien.st, August 2lth, ip.ge 97i). But this average in in elusive of Irlaild, cvl...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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HATS INDICATE CHARACTER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 1 December 1882

HATS INDICATIE OI'ARACTiERt. The' hat makes the man, R ay orthllelier, a popular French lhumour is:. A mant without a hat, or a lihant without a maun, is an unlinished. pillar -a lid without a jar. When you see a man running in. the street without a hat, Berthelier continues, yoii take hirm for a lunatic era thief; and if you finld a hat by itself on the banks of a river, or on the corner of a drawinlg room table, you instantly guess at it suicide, or that man is hiding some where Alan and his hat are elements that, apart, represent folly aund chaos, and .together make up an individual. h1ow' me your lust, cries Ilerthelicr, ui nItl i ,tell you elwho alnd what yoi tui. "ljl'. decritbes the linht of the Spanish priest, which leaves the ears free so that the priest may hear .everything, lut which'"throws the face inlto deep shalde; theOlhat of the dash ing mosquetaire, raisedl boldly and bravely from the face, anld making no attempt at hiding; the famous cocked hat of Napoleon, French...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 1 December 1882

Birth. CAMERON.—On the 28th November, at Kan-   garoo Ground, the wife of E. H. Cameron, of a daughter. Death.   ROSSITER.—On the 29th November, at his   late residence, 44 St. David-street, Fitz-     roy (suddenly), John Rossiter, in his     77th year.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 1 December 1882

.The Colonial MuVrutual Life Assurance Society. 'J -imited: MTutual Life Assiuance, l n dowvrn'e ts; 'Annuities.' * 'rl:inip:*Ii 11m 8.1 sad IFf'iollieo-.treerro:I Srli o::orer. '?lilitp (u fall; th~e culua(1"s:l~ * y~ r J l) C rfjoidi tai. .; ThatIlonI::. S~ir .1. Co,r: Lun ::: a:e., \1, L.C Fan::::rl liorolijori .1,1' Iir I.: 'Ilan, Zr I.tk S. kr (, ke. 1I 1..C:' I) ril oofoto 'I'o 1e. 11.or,"1 1'h., ohum hi. Melgo o .'1 :::::oho:n:ita . ilogr. r ~iirn 'f1 Th b:1 : 'I I (la it, 51. 1 , hI laaso iiuyn t'\1' (lick e,:: hi: rii::: rate -it. for::: Ni:::'. 1ehi~ari:::r 9'1: .111nq::o Nioril:, I S. , 5 , nin Il ::inr.' n hih i :iior ".::: ,: -\r-u 1'la . fr laleyal ,A I NiW~ IiU0ISI:S~ 101 1 T.S ':I1 ff21 Irn~oin.::io h~r :1 0r" 'I A i' i ::*s~oul oo:: l, e t::o,::r::g 0... "r \ OPIsAN-O and BETSU~IIV OBGAN louto Ni:. i I y . Fool:: c 'r . torn:::2 o.:: tti. ii ttIo v jot. lb: W:.tigt:.Nor*ely Uollh:.oI Bif ottoof A:::or~i::or `°e' ' II. I (car=111 1[111~ NFWII hAFS 'FlR. W~oLAST YfEA....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 1 December 1882

TOHN HOLLAND, III A I.l.hVIll,lJ, H AVINIG lpuitlelel the Attrallia Ifninle aRd Wo, den-waro M?flnuttuL tluril u llnlly'o Mmlli. Ieatlesville. Is now prearelrl oI aIllply oAWN IIAltIl)W,)I)) 'IM ilBl, in lly quantity, of all aldon, sald of the Ilet quIlnly,at the folhluowin rates I Kight I1hilllall per hundred feet uplr. at the Mill. 'rTen Sllitllll pg huinred delivered at or near IHealeavllle. TLihl t and H qlL?al, Snl glirt1l nild other Iha I S? a lwu .athsa for I'Ilterlr', I? . (ld ts promptly atIlended to. THE CHEAPEST Jewellery Establishment In the !Oi(,IN Is BLASHEI'8, 1110 lhiuIKarIPItnaI hEART, M'KLBOURNa. Opposite Waxworks, Where r ou enn Purchasoe Sing1l Articles of Watchen and Jewellery at Whole sale Prioes. The Clydesdale Stallion VICTOR'S GLORY WIll stand this season at D. Murphy's RATHHEALY FARM, near L I L Y D ALE'. V ITI'IIR's OfOl'Y is a black horse, V with n white streak down the face, standn over 10 hailds high I he will he six ynurr old" Ist of llrtoler, 1882.1I ...

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OPENING OF THE NEW STATE SCHOOL AT QUEENSTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 1 December 1882

OPINING OH THE NEW -STATE SCHOOL AT QUEENSTOWN. -----o The opening of the above State school liuliding at. Queenotown took place on Fridlny lst, under the iulspices of Beard of Advice, No. 141. The event was ollehrnted by n pie-nic to the children in the afternoon, and a ton and public moot intg for the ige ral public in thlnevening. Th is clii? cilildrifiattending thoQucons townl nod Smith's Gully schools as snllbled in thll mllorning at the State School, Queenstown, .and at eolven o'cloek they Iarchdl in h body to the QIeeostown cricket ground, accoaupanied by their teaclhers, IlllUner n tifags fl;atnd gaily ill the breJe and whilst nrehing to teo pic-nicing groulldt the children sang a number Iof pleces which had hoe?n taught thomn for the occsion.h Having arrived at the reenda2,eo various glmes Iwere illlllltd n With mIuch cost, racing f?r prizes forning a prominent feature in tile sports. At ono o'clock tile juveniles wore regaled with idl kinds of good things, and at hnlf.piat...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 1 December 1882

CO A L IN.G. ." R AT ~ 1 n IL M ' YAltIA ,FLA'A AND QUJN Qi51W? vI.eGve Glrho IldtOl, Swan tert ,ra [ |leid:lý:+. e r ] l oht lil, garu oI .] foul 1".. ton Ilil ". \ i'a ~ie i "' ('reek, t'hiinionas HillI. I.eave Yarra Flats and QueenIltowoi at 7 n.11. aliuil ' cach leaive the Globu Ilotel daily aL 3p nl. COACHING TO. LILIDALE,,' Robertson & Co's LIE" O6FC OACHES Leav, e Edgctlnhbe S Dally. at 8 a.m. and: 12 3. p.mh. andtl e Alhion Hlotl, .ilelbourne, at 8 a I., nnlid 3a20,p.m. ;" JOSEPH STEVENSDtN EBUVLD D IN ir '. Ti'T Machinery ..Adjusted, ",,; &0o Addrres-.s- el'gQl Oie Yarrn s Flats..,tI... "Iives , f'gr .... Wie ii, o e, " i '?.e eani sae nllr lives shillho i "i". ,And, deplinrftlnu,leisve behlid.nu 1o Fool.prtlo n ui tilsldlaL of i eo. I'.,i. SlIIn ilov?is eadl.with gronitliterest ;y. t thousalIdsof 'ymoin i l n,. I.t, itsplre . thetm withi, fior, for i the ihrlight lleleon of youth'ihre It ?aiehli' word at fail." Aht! a?y mni)'n thlli is conrect,--i true 'ir ...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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THE ALPHINGTON AND HEIDELBERG RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 1 December 1882

IE ALPIHINGTON AND I1EI DELUERG RAILWAY. A public meeting, convened by tie President of the Shire Council, on rcluisition,was held at the Old England Hotel, luHeidelberg, on Monday night, for the purpose of discussing the pro posed routes for the Alplhington and l loidolherg railway. Mr.ThomaesDavey, tile President of the Shire Council, oc cupied the chair. Mr. P. W. Smithmoved- "That a poll of the ratepayera of IIeidel. berg anut Ivanhol be taken, for the purlwse of ascerfahlinlg which of the remutes proprl for thu railway between Alphington and Ilcldelberg would, in their opinuon, be most ilv?altsagni h to the district." Mr. Robinson moved as an amend melit- - "That the resolution be not mlopted, be * caule a poll has already been taken." The amendment was lost, and the resoiution carried? by a small majority. Mr. D. Nicholson moved "That uech poll be taken at Heldelberg anti Ivanhoe in the same manner a? that alopted in n clllipal electlous, and that the re?ult shall be e condero...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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Cricket. KANGAROO GROUND V. AN DERSON'S UNITED. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 1 December 1882

Cricket. - -D ^ KANGAROO GROUND V. ANDERSON'S UNITED. The return match of the above clubs   was played on Saturday last on the ground of the latter, at Watson's Creek, and resulted in an easy win for the United team. The weather was all that could be desired. The visitors went to the wicket first, and were soon disposed of for the small score of   26 runs. After a substantial lunch had been partaken of (and a few facetious remarks passed by a facetious stranger)   the United team went in to try their powers and when the last man was de- clared out had made the large score of   103 runs, much to the dismay of their opponents. J. Cummings and Shaw   making 52 and 18 respectively of that   number. The Kangarooites then went in to try and pull up lost ground,   but, although they played with good spirit and made a better stand than in their first innings, they could not   catch up to ...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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LILYDALE POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, NOV. 24TH. (Before Messrs. Hare, P.M., and J. Lithgow, J. Rourke, T. Armstrong, Dr. Elmes. G. de Pury, J.P.'s) [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 1 December 1882

LILYDALE POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, Nov. 24TH. (Before Messrs. Hare, P.M., and J. Lithgow, J. Bourke, T. Armstrong, Dr. Elmes, G. de Pury, J.P.'s) Debt Case-Kings v. Rouget, £6 19s 6d. Verdict for amount, and 21/6d costs.   O'Shannassy v. Francis Inif. Neglecting to send two of his children to school. Fined 5s each, and 2s 6d costs. Same v. the following for cattle straying on the public roads :-Fisher, fine 2s 6d and 3s 6d costs. Addis, fine 5s and 4s 6d costs.   Hamilton, fine 2s 6d and 3s 6d costs. Rignaldi, fine 1s, Slater, fine 2s 6d and 3s costs. H. Baker, fine 2s 6d and 3s costs. W. Scott, fine 4s and 5s costs. J. Kitchingham, fine 6s and 3s costs. Mrs. Hutchinson, fine 1s and 3s costs. R. Morton, fine 1s and 2s 6d costs. H. W. Paul v. Hamilll-- Rates, 5s. Ver- dict for amount and 5s costs. J. Goodall, superintendent of Coranderrk station, v. Mrs Parkes-Serving an Aboriginal with a bottle of rum. Fine £5 or 14 days' imprisonment. Francis Edgcumbe applyed ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 8 December 1882

Th'e?&0?Ciloiii"1ý1 ' ntun J1 Life Assurance Society. i ' '" "'T·imiited.'''"' Mlutual:- Jife, ARnmrance,. En t - ~ ".Prine~ilxll I`Itllar:"· .l,,l ' 84 and 8(.)'.lllla.rtrrct cr";licll.9ulrI.C. i .lllle. in ni!l'the 'Loltlclir'a. .1i 1I " S,,r.) Ii.-)'. clpnt. :;.a n, ' . f t The $ inn..'Ir .L lien:I J , I latrainrI It. I. ,,,I h Ilull. Sir, L.u. S. I.. nc, 1. L.C. 49.r~rlanr a.I ll~a~tt 1. I. llirnrri. 1' Kner Ihe, \1.1i, Blrlihtonrme. )13. p.).)-CluIrni,.r , 's I ,:1'e lama; A'I('ICnk; NI.P, 3rA IiII'.nishthwn, ,:I iayar'. V'. IlIcke'... .lIeIlenulrs.... II Ityta.. Maen,. 3IeIIa.. rae. Dir.'. or. I'.I;e' * .c LIca'l.'u la.... ll, 1f iu,.llr.q'..hl. A'...: I. rlrnihuI' ..IIIar' IhA.j'Inrs urrru..Ir AIll C'u l tIle tCnil(. .l ie !f il.~" h r 4'~ k 3 'L ".A' NEW IIUSI'l9 FOýllAS'l' F l)r}ll . 4.313· l'.Ia IeolL~r~i"" 1 1 (.ta'iritg 9.10. 4 1'raEr 13). A tuillenl Ill.cnatr'.l.'.'clar £174149) ft~UUUPI~ANO and· ELA I' l' l( O RGAN. Sir.'ll it Ain tnllnfame rcr af. -0I00..er a....

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ARIZONA FARMING. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 8 December 1882

ARIZONA FAItMING. ' No, sir, I wouldn't ailviso any man to try. farming iII Arizna," hoe ,in-. tinned, as ho rubbed his back against the depot wall. " I've been thor, tand I know all ahot it." " " What's the tronlllIe V i " Well,:I-had the purtiest firm you oever sot eyes on: .Jisb? . s' I. uit toy wheat in iluug came a tairetdi o' tfllars anl' dlskiv'e'etit .liver timine right in thu iidildlt i yi' illy ii , liki,lll," and I believe they spilt at least tllirityureo." S".hut yen shldt'lhe mine 1" " Oh yes 'they cnioni down ;iurty' htuiildum,'I tl'r that;. htt It' never. felt quite ril~ht tlimlt it. 'lhel, there, was my molelotl . I halul a hllllred irntsf the, pitrtiect tItlledrl( iii: thel United States' wliedl 'lolig catae ti galoot oa' diskivrred ia lti.'rtl . spring, hiii 'the back ind,.. nlln' ain' woul td In luti I inlst sell hit flifty Iol;. lfr 500 dtl. tilt tcro, i Ihadl to tdo it, b'lt: it sjtildtl that nedder collnlItely. 'lThen I had at bill all graded off nIluly fur the...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 8 December 1882

Anderson's preeki Gold FieldsCommons ? A~lSTRA&'I'. of ,thL Aconunts of the Miager of the aboie-u ieuae C ?amuil tIM y.ar en unr:ol rhrla ti on tIe Ist day of October, 188O, sad ending on the 3th day of September, 1889, boIth days nclusive. Balaance frmiu lassyil 5201 teatelwl~~ .. £52 4)10 To drpla'a0aa i, head of Iargecattlte topner iead 12 4 0 544 head of anaull caltle at 1a erbhead . .. 16 6 !66 19 4 Cr. Henlunin-,AWY, eIt aS F.i I c r 01. ... ... ...47 9 3 Slatoacry . 0 I0 u E~eatroyiouandburnogawow 0 7 L Filth O 0 Aaditor ! n 0" Clericalaoalotance(IV. Hker) 1 14 0 Rllefud torymor'oik eonIotat 0 134 l AdreurltIda balance ohee ... 0 $2 3 1.ulanee £52 I 0 £66 19. 4 We ertify? th ah?oe extrct to he true and correet In every particlar, r. HI. CAMKIHON fr Managers. I. the ireirpe'lled, hvinlg examindl the accounts of the Menagersof the Allnderson' Creek l;.ld Fields Comnineol. big duly authorlsed in that behalf, hereby certify that I fnd th lnmi, to ee ,eirreet, and that the...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
INSTRUCTIONS FOR SAVING DROWNING PERSONS BY SWIMMING. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 8 December 1882

INSTRUCTIONS ' FOR SAVING DROWNING PERSONS BY SWIMMING. lat. When you approach a person drown Ing in the water assure hims, in a loud voice, thalt he is safe. Ind. Before juspling i to save him, divest yourself as far and as quickly as posihble of all clothes tear theim if necessary, but if there is not timne, loose at all events the fe,,t of your drarers If thar are tied, a, if you do not do as, they f8ll with water and drag you. ird. Oinl swilmlig to a person in the sea, it he lie struggling, do not ielae 'hh Ithen, but keep off for a few seetods, till he gets a moutllhful or wit I for it isa shIer madiltles to take hold of a IansI whei hlie Is struggllng in the water, ad if you do, you run a great risk. 4th. Then get close to hitl and takefut hold of the ,hair of hlia head, turn hitm as quicskly as pIstilhle on to his bhck, glre bli a sudden lull, sand this will cause hitmto fiout h then throw youroelf in your hack also, ald swim for the shore, einth hands having hold of his hair...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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