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CHRISTMAS HILLS MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 19 October 1883
CHRISTMAS HILLS MECIIANICS' INSTITUTE. (FROn! OUR OWN COnl?ESBPONDRNT.) A meeting of the Penny leadings Society in connection with the above institntion was hIel on Friday evoning last, the 12th inst., Mr. Holding in the chair. After a few preliminary observations the Chairman called uplun Mr. Oharlton togive a reading. Before doing so heo remarked that what lie was about to road had not tho comic charactoristic of most of the pieces heo had listened to in that hall, but apprehended solid instruction aswell asfunand amnusenont and was not inadmissiile. An opinion with wlich the Chairman perfectly ooincided. Mr. Charlton then read in clear and lucid style "The D)ignity of Labour," by Newman Hall, which is eloquent as well as instructive, and was listened to with the greatest at tention. Tho next' was i hulllmorols song by Mr. B]nijautin Smith, "The Pope and the Sultan," which hoe gave with his usual good taste eind pleasing manner. Mr. Sloan read a comic selection frn,m that favourit...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 19 October 1883
Tu O#RIiSYiA'1JkVTR. The utmost freedom aonoirtent with the jmubliW interest, will rbedllowed tcoriispon ldentl f/tll cls/ e a. nL o coauni nici tisms will under tany eiieiumitances be inserted, un/les ailtheuiicated lby the real namine and uaddren of tihe writer, which will be rrearded as strictly corufidential, and eerie as a inlarantecojyodnl iaith. lWe cannot be iheld repaoaible for the piinio.s expresned by correspondonts.
HEIDELBERG SHIRE COUNCIL. ORDINARY MONTHLY MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 19 October 1883
IIEIDELB1RIG SI1ERE COUNUIL ORDINARY [MONTiILTY MEETING The ordinary msonthly meeting of the nabove Shire Council met at the Council Chamber, Hleidelberg, on Wednesday, 10th inst., the moenlers present being the President "(:r. Scotland) and Cra. Davey, Smith, Studley, Aldalsau Bamn field and F. W. W. lli - CORrESPONDENCE Rend-Copy of letter sent to Jika Council, requesting them to undertake the repairs of the Darebin Creek bridge. The Secretary stated that io reply had been received, ndl again urged the necessity for soeen iunlediato action bwing taken as the bridge was in a most dangerous condition. lie wias instructed to write againi asking what they pro. posed doing and stating that this Coun. cil must hold them responsible for any accident that may be occasioned by the delay. Front Messrs. Bennett and Co., solicitors, requesting the Council to certify to the correctness of a survey of a road around an estate at M?ount Eagle, as required by the titles otlice. It was pointed out ...
Calendar for the Week. OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 19 October 1883
lacanitar for the Wccl. OCTOtl3It. .IIAe.8 OP TIIK nI(II)eu ' u New Mool ....... Ilot al 3.31 p.m. - 8 IFirst Quarter.... ..9th at 8 p.m. Full Moon......... l1th at 4.25 p.m. n List Quarter ..... 3rd at 0.37 a.m. , New Moon......... 3lst at 6.37 n.,m. _ Apogee, 4th & 31st. Perigoe, ?3th. 21 Su 22nd Sunday after Trinity 22 t Dlr. Moorhoulse on. lish. Melb. 1876 23 'To 'erl Derby died 1869 24 W First election Leg. Coun. Tas. 185t 25 Ti St. Crispin's D?ay 2 ' Police our. M\ansfield by Keollya 1878 271 A J1. P. a.wklner born 1792 Prob.tb.o W1s'Lther.-lChangeable, ine and wet days alternating until enld of next lun?tioun.
VICTORIA AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 19 October 1883
VICTORIA AORICULTURAL SO0IETY. The Victoria Agricultural Society held its quarterly aeting on Tuesday, 16th inst. Present:-Messrs. John Oreighton, Thomas Harmer, John Daniel, William Creighton, and Samuel Jeffrey, sn. After the minutes were read and' passed, a letter was read from the Smeaton Agricultural Society, asking the assistance of the Society to urge that a Dog Act he passed in such feormn as to give protection to the stock of farmers and graziers. The lutter was received, and the Dog Bill before the Legislature was generally approved. A letter fromn Dr. L. L. Smith was. also read, intimating that it is the in tention of the winegrowing association to hold about March 1884 a winl exhi. bition, to which it is proposed to add fruits, plants, cereals, and all prducts of the soil. The letter was received, bu no action taken for the present. Payments to the amount of £5 18s. 9d were passed. The Seoretary reported that he attended the Whittlesen Show on behalf of the Society, andi...
Commercial. VICTORIA MARKET Oct. 17. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 19 October 1883
Cor mercial. VICTORIIA 2IAIRKFT Yegetablea.. Rout, tot to 1.1 pjer do los UOrnr..I, tli to Hl tier dooren 1 nuelttt t'o.lilpwlterO. to 4I. per otuutt UoGarlc , 4.2 to tot ocr lb ].ettLOLO, tWt to l12 2cer dtoze.o Pat.. 2.2.d to ti1 per lI l.t.nlute, 4. to to 22d2 tor cot. Fruit : Applc+, dessert, 154 ter bushel 1400.00., to to V2 per 10/Al,, Omrnfr,., ti tit to Si ti I per c000 Dairy l'otlue Ncll.o.i,.71to tli t per It, Rtutter, 8.d to 10.t per lb Cltcýeo.eta to to per Ili Iluoioy, td to 7.1 per Ict 2.1 tA todis1 per dtozene lotto,,. 102 to 2.s Icr It,, llIen, to to i per luor P'igcon, ho to hi. tt pr jpotr P'ork, mltOti'lt1 pert Tu.rkeys, To to tIl t.er pair tObtbbtto, to to to It poe palr
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 19 October 1883
*~I·~ . COAcHING. : *2 ltii .~i· I ) way'l·~~1~rl o 'AI~iIt.taVI v ! h·l'' ai Uthltlhorglat Jit~itttl' A Iti6girihi'Groot, 11111. IcOVO h'ar·a lila LZjI Qaoaaoow 'I;I1tjlilij' oilotlh iraira thLe ~Gib~h Ilotl.l hlillyat :1 hal11.... ··~ii 1;.I1 1\,e.rs:ER In&'Co'. Proprierltors ~of· the..l~ Ai:~~EIW A4!NIBUWR~r>I Y' , ~ 4 .1~:` r, ho hil thilatti of. L":i Ila IsF'Y I~IVhl,'itr aoald v.I itijlig I ih~thiitIo )r 120hit 0111 K urtia t. I I. I tt po liii h t h.ajr''' Machinery Adused o A I Ir ia--h'oo Gll ou, Ya~rr Itiata. I All) DELL"" :"'iGROE,~~ BA LPWI STAIOR STFTL ,, ~~CO.., 6 luc.SAosCad.S.z~~ Ageidsn,,, 45,i . oIC~Irke~stree West, (Nea A:I"' uik'a AN.ll~l 'I J: 3. ji S9hhha~tt lrwyo Vii at3,~ a Ia·: to tho~l throuigbou~t the c'ol'onies l!1iih~urtoththooIa~.llttlcIcl Irooar lo o ;ti~i a 'l'oith ooltl htilaaaliit oaaaot'hiO tle tttoiai'thcgilog102 authune lIto to ol syaloIol' ThesPu rests Bphiriiitin te Wor ,,;,·: .~ ldi1;:'~1'' ;.Udolphto 1\ alto a ·Silcthbletharqio Aot...
HORSE AND DAIRY STOCK. Campbell, Pratt, and Co., report:— Oct. 16. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 19 October 1883
IHORSIE AND DAIRY STOCK. Cnmpbell, Pratt, and Co., report : )Oct. 10. IItres.-- usiness has been fairly brisk, the fuller supplies of country stock received during the week securing a good attendance of huyerls, who comptc:ed freely for lgIht quality ainmiso. Suptoaor woll.hred harnessu and saddle horses, Itndian remounts, omnibus and( waggonette sorts are in strong demand and eontinue to realito excellent prices. Heavy draughts, both strong and extra heavy were niore numerously offered and sold at full rates. The week's transactions have been aboveo the average end satisfactory. Our sales have comprised buggy and lIght carriage pairs, £45 to £70; superior hacks and harness sorts, £25 to LIl' ; Indian colts, 1,23: to L30; omnibus and strong, harness luases, LIl to L25 ; draught lorry pairs, L60; oetra heavy staunch puller, 1.42 to 1,51; hight medium and heavy 1,18 to L20 ; counttry lorses averaged, L13 4e, LI lo]s, LI0 5a Gul, and L18 10s 6d per head each lot respectively. Dairy Sto...
MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT. D. Lovelock, and Co., report:— Oct. 16. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 19 October 1883
MELBOURNE STOOK URPORT, D. Lovceock, atll Co., rcpot Oct. Diry Stock at to Copora Oct. 10. of Ilii:,icti,.,trcct. l morkot Iast weerd, was weOll supplii with fair avcmg quality. Irkwts arccvidccntly dowu a101 will lre ill eo foran fcwweelts.t Vu yarlal 45 hwol, tolling 15 at iwic, ranging Ifrom, 406 Tc 6 toX4. ctiaiugcra to at 184 ; dry rows, frota £i Ito dow utwonls, mcoruiiog to franro atol agc bedy cows, to £4 luw. 1'igo.-P'ricto slill anniutnioal 1n ill cloao0(, Caivoo.-A fair nooumer i ynlal, realilong good prices. We cold a fcw tordlium dight Ilorstcas at prices averoging £110.
MORANG. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 19 October 1883
MORANG. (FROW A CORRSRBPONesNT.> The quiet hamlet of MIorang was. On. livened on Tuesday evening last by th'o, unusual appearalce of a tife and drum, band, and the first I believe that has. ever been seen in tho district. The-boys,. to the number of about 204 tuder the, leadership of their teacher, Mr.. Thom-. son, marched in military style through. the village and seranadued several of the inhabitants. I believe this was the first, parade, and although they have, only: been learnig four monthstheir play-. ing was very credlitable and enjoyable,. especially that soul stirring tune,. "Auld Lang Syne." I was certainly surprised, and delighted at the melody. I coulhi not help thinking that as music hasee such an elevating tendency, it would be well, if every boy, especially in the country,. were taught some musical instrument,. such as the Oate. Doubtless, the boys, appreciate the interest their teacher takes in them, and any person who.with-. out fee or reward seeks to provide, suc...
NEW INSOLVENT. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 19 October 1883
NEW INSOLVENT. - David Lithgow, Ynrra Flats. Com pulsory sequestration, Onuses of In. solvency s B 8olg madn liablo for the deobts of anothor party, Liabilities, .£81 7s ai ssots, 10Os deliioncoy, £80 17s, Mr, Cohen, assignee,
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 19 October 1883
The two following letters were pub. lislled in the Argus of 12th and 14th of September last, and it appears to the writers that the substance of them at the present 'moment, when Mining Swindles are rife, and the Mining Bill for new Legislation is before the Houses of Parliament, is of vital in terest to the Mining Conunnity and all those who deal in shares, either for investment or speculation, and that members of parlinmentrnlining directors and manager, and every newspaper should ventilate this question for an honest working of the mining interest. Melbourne, 1st Oct., 1883. IINING MANAGEMENT AND MINING CALLS. StE,-As a sew bill on the subject of midnsg management is at present before Parliament, will you allow me to invite the consideration of honourable meners,through your columns, to one very important point. There Isa growing belief amongshabreholders that msanagers and directors do not always exact calla with absolute impartiality. In such cases, as a recent correspomdent to...
Correspondence. Without endorsing the opinions of our correspondents, we shall be glad to insert communications bearing 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. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EVELYN OBSERVER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 19 October 1883
Correspondonoe. Witlhout endorsing the npollinies of nur cnr respllleionts, we shall bIe jliel to insert colmilunlnitioiiis Ihearin ul Upo taples of pulllicu ilerest, whlilch iay hl intelligently expnre?ssl lint free fronun nrsilllitis, oil condlition of receivilng tli wrilter's rill nlaile, not lieoicsarily fir pubilicatioi, but as a guarantee of lgod tlalth TO TII EDMITOR OF THK EVI.LYN OmEIRVER. Silt,-" Eatepayers" Ias attempted to euu mernte the advantages that have accrual to the district through the paling trafle. In divduals,, lrpbqlbly, have protlled thereby, but will " Ratcpayers" allow by plain tigure where ant In what way the public have been cllpensated for the expense to which they have been put for the damage done to the roads and bridges through such traffic. The c lt, as was oflically statedl a short timeago, had then amounted to some £500, all taken out of the Shire funds as the lsplitter had not contributed one penny to the expense. Now let us assume that there are...
RAILWAY DEPUTATION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 19 October 1883
RAL\VWAY DEPUrATION. A deputation represonting Alphig ton, i[eidtlllurg, Greensborough, El. them, Nillumnlik, Dianmond Crek, Kangaroo Ground, Caledonia, and Kinglake, consisting of Messrs. P. W. Smith, John Dmaldsoon, Crisp, Jos. Blond, Studley, Scotland, Iredalo, Flin toll, Wingrove, Wippell, Peers, N. Ellis, Cmnmming, John Bell, Robert Smith, and Staflf accompanied by Dr. Dobson and Mr. Balfour, M.LC.'s, and Mr. Harper, M.L.A., was intro duced by Mr. E. IT. Cameron to the Commissioner of Railways on Wednes day last. 'The deputation, who took it for granted that the extension of the rail way fromn Alphington to Hoidelberg was a certainty, asked that a survey be made from Heidelberg to pass midway between Greensborough and Eltham, thence ups the valley of the Diamond Creek. T'he population on this route, within a radius of five miles was given at 3,500. The mining portion at 270, and the amount of gold obtained during the quarter ended tOth September last, was 1095 ozs., value, £488...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 19 October 1883
The Imported Arabian Stallion SULTAN, Will stand this season at Ashley Park, Morang. -e_ SULTAN is a beautiful grey, and is ad . mntted by the best judges to be one of the finest Arabs yet imported. lIe has been for some years the favourite performing stallion 1i Wilson's celebrated Circus, where he has left some of his stock which are well and favourahly known, haylvn proved them selves able to maintain the prestige of their noble sire. Took special prizo at WVhittlesea Show, 1882. lIsa proved himself a sure fualgetter. Sultan also took firat prise at the Whit tlesea Show thu year. . T'1lli\S: £4, £2 to he paid at end of season, and t 2 wheln lare poves lit foal. ,lares provided with grass until stinted, of wiich let t notice will he given. Krery eare take.n of inarea, hut no responsibllity.' For further partlclars apply. "MA,\tiIKII AN BRIOS., Ashley Park, Murang. The TIlihoroughbrod Stullion TOMBOY Will again stand at Sunnyside Farm, Yarra Flats T OSTIOY, by Peter Wilkins t dam, ...
FUN AND FOLLY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 19 October 1883
FUN AND FOLLY. -0 --o t- A mother.in-law saysa man is " like an ogg; keep him in hot water and he is bound to become hardened." Yes, and if you don't keep him in hot water he's bound to spoil. If Noah had foresOen the future and killed the two mosquitoes which took refuge in the ark, he would have run dered some of the strongest words in our language unnecessary. O'Thollo was a sojer bould, Though black lie was be nature ; To Disdmoany hoe was wed An innoclut young emyture. Wiil her le liv'd in pace a' quiet For she was no vyrago, Till on a cursed night lie met A villin called Ingo. SSe lie," Yar wife's a perjureljndcl ; OcI 1 slhe's a faIthless lassie--ohl I She doesn't care two pils for ya, But she'd give her two eyes out for Caushio I "Wid him she gallivants about All in lir boura et laysare; To Ilui she gave her Iociketiadlkerltclh All for to wipe hll rnysharo I" WVld that he fell into a rage, An' ris a wondhrous riot, An' swore he'd muenither lier that night, Whln everything wa...
MINING MANAGEMENT AND MINING CALLS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 19 October 1883
MINING MANAGEMEN'T AND MININQG CAll. Sin.-A very able letter under the nlaho heading appeared is your issue oniyestentiy,. a'gned "Shareholbkr, withtltheexpress de sire that his views might be considered by members of the Legislature in econncmetion with the Mining Bill now before Parlia ment. " Sharehobders"(fears that theiponithi-.hm.,. assumes may take plase t but he has only antlcipated what I believe to be of daily oc. eurrenee in irregularity asan malpractice. The an liability section of the Mining Act. was agrand step in advance for the-protee lion of the nafodie dealers in shnaes ; but. its enaetments are rendered void by the. pratctle alluded to by " Shareholder," who. points out wlhat should be.done by way of punishment for managers' and directors' ir. regular actions. I would, however,go further, and have it. a misdemeanour for director, as long as. they hob? shares on which ?tlls have been made, and on which calls remain unpaid. •lhare lists, as saggested by "'Share hold...
TRIPPLE EXECUTION AT BRISBANE. Brisbane, 15th Oct. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 19 October 1883
TRItPPLE EXECUTION AT BRIE BANE. -4---c Brisbane, 15th Oct. Three prisoners who were sentenced to ldeath at the last Rockhampton assizes were executed at Brisbane to day. The felons were James Gardiner, who was conlvicted of the murder of a girl nrmed German Ada at Rookhamp. ton ; Jaugo, a blackfellow, for the murder of Mrs. Mills at Dingo, and another blackfollow named George, who was found guilty of a criminal assault. The three criminals bore themselves well with the exception that Gardiner sobbed on entering the yard. Hutton, tihe hangman, performed his duties very satisfactorily, death in eonch case appearing to be instantaneous. Up to the time of executiorn the criminals were attended hby a Cotholic priest. The father of the murdered girl Ada was present-Age.