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PRIMITIVE METHODIST CHAPEL, NILLUMBIK. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 26 October 1883
1'RI[IT[\V1: 1IA'' 'IIOr O IS ' ' CH-IAPElh, NLLIUIMB[K. The anniversary of the above chapel was celebs?ted by a most successful tea mieeting on the 15th inst. The tables were bountifully suppl)llied with all the nIecessary goodies generally to be mect with on such occasions, and judging from app?nralces they were duly appjs cinted by the visitors. This part over, a public meeting twas held, at which M1r. E. I. Onssoeron, M.P., presided. The meeting was opened by prayer, after which the Chaierman addressed the meetinlg an some length. In a lucid speech lie dwelt upon Iany good .in fluences sulrroullding n connexion with christian lhurches Iud kindred institu tions; spoke of the evils arising by following the teachings of some of the suppos'd leaders in thought; gave from persomal experienco his views of the toechings of mens of the Conway and Walkeer stasmp, criticising these ilseln's utterings with grel t severity. Stirring and praetienl adldresses were given by Rev. Mr. Oglbthorp,...
DEATH BY DROWNING. SYDNEY, Oct. 23. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 26 October 1883
] ])I X'III J1 l .1)1W \'N I NU. Syvuz rI , Oct. 23, it ilnln :uiuiond' I)iwniol I)arringtuii, one drnwni'iI Ii, thu Itihvor I[,nllmnU ycestnr. day3, 'ri'w clcuallnstd ao wag it bullock Iriv'or tiuc~ul lung wvith 1111s mnulos, at telouuitetl to 0141118 tlut hn l lolnl I ni or loi~js14m .oolrurouluuuv Ills, h10rm1 II tusruudwluilli huim to tiho lultllingf pount. Ito' thano uluougol hore isth svltl if tat uuud tuultutuld tIheI ii~or it uuuufnd tfuuuI, *'J'uu luuuitO, whenu iii uldce, untotu, I', 10i1l, thuulruuig deelwcuu ol cull uulufuull uuosluitu ifs uluiLu lattol lled uuoufu1iuuuuUu hUe 1111121 011118 li'wuuuuiul Tin botly owts fiound to. tlny,- lru!.' 04: · '
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 26 October 1883
SAU TRtALT A N J " n -:. u s'r: ^ r, i, ,, :. :C ( ain &: Produce. Conm pany. I· ]r)t l C?-I;tI Ve rttttt,tteto 'IH . li rttlo nod at Ih tt-}lells;r, , n¢l. I 'X. 'J l t . . i 1. fl l tsi, i , 10-?i i i., 1.iei t r ll 1111 i' |,r' I ntl vi . ,IIII,\ . , .. . M'LlEAN ROS & I IGG, 'a?( dirET L, nERCIHNTSk , the. rt ( III l.It 1 , r ;'1. h f . t1 iTtI):FT -c lbourne. l-:teiry t ' lotus bhia the l. m J.--F. Dunning & Co., 4 ilCiom'abis & PIroduce SIc al-s hor A.a I~~. n1I I. (1.Ya Will).1Y 5 Qucen-street, Melbourne, RAn,,swk prtp vred Ini rteetit Ctlei''. o nllry, ailI Prdel U hvery doECrlllOll. liy Aiotiort or Prirltely. A~lelleteo ni itde otl toriigtlllltlttit, &t. Pronpo t e ?rls. FRANK SAUNDERS SAI)DI.I'/:l IlISitRNSS ant ltll, Y.TllIA SLtTIElT, lI El I)iIBIERGC A L,.IILESUITIT'1'il)N of IThlr. s milt, toMelboutnit ,. Ftt. t rder Cunllnri carell tltt'rc,i Autl onlrs neelrs executed Slahrges - LtItl) llo dl~rc l . . . . h 'lua. 'IIIIll.SP·cTFUT...
Myra Lee's Retrothal. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 26 October 1883
I11 OPOII f eoh fIft tt A. Lu1ke and I were half hrothe rs.PBorn Ithree yetars after le, lt e eereO'l, even t' win o we were boyst together, my. selior by, thrice the terml, such was . lls aulleriority Ino strength inlt stiterer, and such the infllnence of hls piremlturoe gravity and enrnestnes?' t Ills mother was a neantllifl Creole front the n Istld tif Antlgun, whnelo my faithr hllid married aftl er a two mnlthllh' equallttilnce, itnd whittli a year from llits first wife' deathl. ills leiparely rlepenltance lid prolahly le uen before the euxirIrlllli tllihe honey olliol for the ltmpei r of his secltie choicel wns jetn'o nl lltd flry li tlhe xtiretimo . She' ciult'llnrely toler?te me froml the tirs', atnd itter L.kt's hirth, u snierd toi re antt tl o tlwih ptI t ivi t Ilreid. t ,lWheTn :hld llOllugh In. lllll erotllnl u i her feIllitngtll a, till l lit, I rt'ttiptnttet Ilirit lit ,full hii, rmre.0? tl'ls l.itreciton, otnl iyy pri ·,l,14 l t Ilx tel d to mtty lIat -brothler, at? I ...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 26 October 1883
pn~ddAt i'iIhrc.xI, will he ,,llotwd ft.,'rre. p - d.rrlx ,, 'l* l rl 1 ·..bl no rnnu aniral nl y till ,IAnlr aIny ? eIntnls,,ur'o 1w ih e lnele ndex. nnlknlnli le bylihe rea name und nd-rlx ann the 1wrweer, which wrill be roinaded no nlrirllq coolldenlnar, mate Scree nuin 1mnnmnanteenytied,taith. i'e ennanll'be held re poanible Jwr the aianau xr jxprernu lLbe taaeae aaaanalx.
HETERODOX PAPERS. (CONTRIBUTED.) [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 26 October 1883
IE'I'IItOI)OX PAPIlIIS'. (CON~'rf! u'rFE:.) One. upon a timul one of~ th?? gonl ohl fashilone orthodtlx kii?di of I irye'.' iii giving adlien to his oit who . was .just stnlting as a irPIrrti~tle, S aid, " Ii -L hero Imy tlny, wleni,'yollr canl is woLik, so wolk perhnui as s to nlonllllt to no oseo tit nil, you will titll that yourt hIst coulrs will lie to bilackon your ol0111 tlillt's (lnot cyoe billt c ), i , lmpugn his law, discredit his witnesses, pool, pooh his evidenco, thlruw mlud--dirt of any sort in pllnty, sollt of it ii sniurn to stickl=nali you tily, pe rchnei ,? gaaii yotlr case in slpit of its weakness I" Now I ipresumit that this lnilist litlr lieelt good, sondl, ortlhodox avice, andl as uich it hias li-en fostered aiill cher. ihlliI andll improvedl upllon p to. thin pireslnt tiny i so tilt, as has bestl slai' Ily some, a resiectabhlo iperson can hardly appetol it a courlt of la ens ither" as witnesl s or principalll witihotut haviig. niullnt or less 1111,l titrowion ...
HORSE AND DAIRY STOCK. Campbell, Pratt, and Co., report:— Oct. 23. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 26 October 1883
tIIOtUt A1.\N) I.Dl?LY StIOCK. Campbell, Pratt, and to., report : Oct. 23. Callltry supplllis for the pst week's inr-. ket were mnilerlte ili numbler, nil Cinptsll'?io iusefnl dtdecripttinl. 'the demand was good and re~nlily aIsorlbed tIhe supply. Some clnsscs, i. e., I1in1ioii ailid aomthnibus colts, were r?riree, and the few f?ferl nmet with sptritlt competition. Superior well furnished sao ddle alln1d h11llleh1? lvlll8 hu uIlalll attettionl,quet well thrken t i i anitails selttiig at full price.. rnugllts maintnin tlheir price. staunch pul teleri ll lilt, retlut". 'The week's turn over wal ogaitin oatisfetory We nsold out-hi, severla:l ots of mixe?il stot tlare 0 tioe1a for xlnlnrtation ; nlso. at our haznar, irbuggy indlt li. ht carriage patil, L Io to LSO ; ent ?lllltllt 8 htkl.eys a1ond buggy rorts. 1,2ti to .-12 ionilobus and conchers, .1it to 1t23, ; Ilittn. L: * to 128 ; en?,rt henry tinaul?ghts, 1,A4 to 1.i3 ; light in?ill nuld ihclvydltmughts, A,18 ltoll,5 ; countryhi?lor...
ANDERSON'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 26 October 1883
ANDERSON'S CREEK. ('tRtOM oi OWN COIIESPONIOIINT'.) ill. Collins, tihe heridsnrtnt of tihe Gold I[iohlts OlniOllnIlas issuolI nticns titht ll cattle lint brandtil iIId 'regis. tnlold by h te 30'11 inst., will at minco l ilipoldiel. iThis action taketn iy the Castlienaino Milning ll1inl certainly proatects thitse who nl.i payinlg, and is ai vsry puopr thinl to ihl. Chatty iiuld itParty h!ave starteid -ot. tiig tilhmber for tllitr iattn. T['he"y tX. poet to be oiln the gold soelll lillm about t be N ew Year. T'lltefillowiutggentleltentt welronppointotd to tilii' lslop'ci vi positioittsata n tleting of the sIubscrilers to otiur Mlchl nicsI' Iusti tutto:--Mr. Arnoil, prio.id'nt ; Ir. II. P. uGardner, vico-president; M\t. Ily. Smllithl, holi. seiOlt?llr anld tretLaIi re'r; Mrit. 'tinl. UJnwin, librariani. 'The nitw books are now catalogued tllti reoldy for distribution. Althlough so nearly in the seasosi a large niliumber of snatkesa-lave already hern killed, more th?il think we,,o desit...
The Evelyn Observer. Published Every Friday. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 26 October 1883
I',btli'd rJl A'.er PJ'ridhy. FRIl).A', OCTOtlilt. 20, 1883. Th'l enction of the now Preslhyterian ChurIIIh at. I.ilydllaI,tholcontractorstates, will Ihe comipletd by tile 20th Novuem her. We aor' sorry to learn that Mr.: D. 0. MlArthlur, all old onId respected reo sldlt of Ilhidellbrg, is ill a vry, Iad st:te of Ihealth, land little holps aIre held for his recovery. * The Rev. Alex. Maclio will prelachl spl.eill selnrllml at Lilydale, neoxt Sun: .In, aInd Kangaroo Ground, oil Sun day. 4th Novelller, illn id of the -los pital Sunday Iulnd. Next Sullnday (Oct. 91th) being Ilostpill Sunday, special sorlmolns will hI a preache1 d by the Rev. J. 11. Unson it St. lilona, 11 a.m.; Diamond Creek1. 3 p.m ; and Eltham, 7 p.11. 'l'Th colllctions will be in aid of the abovel fuld. dM r. Walter Thomas, President of the Shire of \Vllittleseao, in cUllllliance to It nullmlrously signed requisitionll of iate pIayers, convenes it public tIceting of the rat'epayers, to be hold at the State school, N...
LITERARY INSTITUTE AND FREE LIBRARY, NILLUMBIK. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 26 October 1883
FISE LIB)1RA~,Y NILI,UhlBIK, Thlo nalllln geolleral nlmotilg of tho sul scribers to thle 1lho1 ilnsltitiutl wasI hl(hl on FrIidoy oveninlg, the 12thl ilst. 'IThero ws a full attendance of lllmembers. 'The Presidellt (Mr. I. M. . ill) in thu chnir. l'heo Ohnirmlen satted it gave hilm uIllcI pl',sure to sO SO lllly nlCollthl's leS'eOO t, a iodtread th Presidel t's pelort for tlh year as fllows : LADIIo: A)ND (1O Tr.I:-II:N,-1 beRg to lay Ibefore yoII iay relort If oulr lfIlrceill?'i ulrilg ithie year ellillg Selteltll.er !1(1h. You will peci'~ive It' the Ihahntiiei-sheet nll. lookd llilynludittOt. . thllt Ihe fllo (If trile inllstuti e ar in x henllhy conlllitiol, tlhere Ieill t at suloitnntill nllnlceI to lir crellit of thie hillilnlg fllnd. Ahlteter e lr eleven nllet illgO of the colllnittee loIve 1bl1een heIl, at whlich n IlllInjority of leImllhelr hlive giLenellrlly ltteelllhllt, nli mch I alle(l ml I111 thIoIgIllt hI(I're heen give ll In pronlotillg thle ilterl?l?t of llr inltitl...
KEEP THE LIFE PURE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 2 November 1883
K EEP THE LIFE PURE Once upon a time an Arabinn prin cess was presented by her teacher with an ivory casket exquisitely wrought, with the injunction not to open it un til ,ayear had rolled round; Many I erer the speculations as to what it contained, and the time impatiently, waited for when the jewelled key should disclose the mysterions contents. It came at last, and the maiden went away alone, and with trembling haste, unlocked the treasure; and lot reposing on delicate satin linings, lay nothing but a saroud of rust; the form of something beauti ful could be discerned, but the beauty lhad gone for ever. Tearful with dis appointmnent, she did not at first see a slip of parhluoent containing these words : "Le'ari from this a lesson for your life. This trinket when enclosed, had upon it only a single spot of rust; by neglect it has become the useless thing, you now behold, only a blot on its pure surroundings. Sea little stain on your. character will, by neglect, Itor a bright ,and ...
A WILD-FLOWER SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 2 November 1883
A WILD.FLOWER SHOW. Referring to a show of wild flowers held at Manly, tile Sydney MAorning Hfrall of the 15th September observes: -" It is only when an exhibition such as that brings vividly before us the bounty of our native soil, its harvest of beauty, that we learn how really great is the floral wealth of our own home. As a child always fancies that thie ake at others' lomes is hotter than the cakeo at his hoeo, so the children of a larger growth seek lilies srom lnp:mn, orchids from Java, and even simple dasies from the English mendows ; whilst they look conitemptuously on the wild flowers of our own paddocks and hills, of our river banks and 'mountain recesses. True, with ourbush flowers, there is no delightful perfume, but they lack only in this, for who that saw yesterday's show could say they have no ' infinite variety' of tint, no beauty of form. About this time of the year there often pass through the dusty streets parties of young people who have brought from far up the ...
Second Love. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 2 November 1883
The November afternoon was darkening into night as Florenceoand Idrove banckfrom the cemetery where we had seen our father laid to toust. I was twenty-two, that sunmner, and thue ltaunced bride of Albert Freemoan ; but, since my father's failure and death, I had not seen him I and my heart told me only too plainly, that the love wvhich had been given to Marion Wilde, the favoured of fortune, had not been transferred to Marlon Wilde, the homeless orphan. . Florenco, though younger than I, was mar ried ; Itd her homne and lher husband, nod could lfford to look upon my father's failure and death calmly ; but I-what was I to do ? I must begin the world, and earn a living for myself. We stopped before the mansion that lhad so long been home-that lifter to-night would he home r o longer. '"I wish to speak 10 to yo, u Marin, Florence said. I led the way into the :ibrary, . " Well?" I ?mid, itlting ldunl In the gloom. iV Whiakls It, Florence t.'. ' :'' " It is thtis;,? rtipo. ;Vhiitdo .tyo"...
LOST. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 2 November 1883
LOST. How a lost young man was saved, would be something more grateful to tell as well as to read. Unhappily the following story stops short of the do sired' conclusion. It is told for the warning it contains. A gentleman, passing out of a city restaurant one cold smorning, was ao costed by a ragged, shivering drunkard on the steps. " Pleaseo give euo a penny, sir, and I'll repeat a chapter in the Bible. I'ni starving. " Well," handing him a pomny, " lot mno hear you." " lWhen the morning couo"n--the miserable man began--"all the chief priests intl olders of the people took coelnsel against Jesus to put HlIim to deatlh. And swhen they had bound Hii, they led Hlim away-" Rlapidly, and yet with perfect no curacy, as it soented, lhe recited the worls, and the gentlemlonn was so amlaed that Ihe lot him go on, standing there inl the colak, till Iho had tluished the sixty six verses of the tw\eny-sevenlth chapter of MatLthew-the wvholo story of the Crucilixion I "Coin,, ill hero with lel ...
The Obelyn Observer. Published Every Friday. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 2 November 1883
tiAe b lt n lbscrau er,. Published Eerl .Friday. SFURIDY, NOVEMBI?lRt 2, 1883. Tue present mouth is about to witness an assemblage of Australian statosmten, the most important that has over boon h ld in this country. We refer to the conferonce to he convened shortly in Sydney, to confer upon matters of the most vital importance, not alone to Vioe toria, but to the Australian nation as a whole, New Zealand and Tasmania sis well. We confess that, looking back at the scanty, almost barren results which have attended aimular conferences in the past, we are far from sanguine as to thli success of the deliberations of our repro? sentatives on this ocoasion. Unless it bothat the law of self-preeervation,.which pervades alike all animated nature, Will compel them, in the presence of a monide. ing danger, to relinquish all petty, local jealousies and rivalries, and face with a firm, united front the difliculties at pro. s?tt overshadowing this land. What over points of dilferences may exist ...
HEIDELBERG V. GOWERVILLE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 2 November 1883
HEIDELDEIIG V. GOWERVILLE, -o A match took place on Satur day last between the above clubs, and resulted in an easy win to ilcidelbhrg, who scored 90 to their opponents 18. Nuttall again bowled splendlidly, get ting six wickets for 9 runs, whilst Robertson secured 3 wickets for 4 runs. G. Iond played t lino innings of 40, and Nuttall made 22. The following are the scores : IIII I) I.LIDittLE. OWVIERIVILLJ;, Nuttall ... ... 22 Thornhill ... ... ulrhun ... ... 7 Smith ... ... 0 (reemtwsty ... 0 Walker ...... 0 .1. o•nd . u. MseerIall ...... 0 (I. Blordl...... 40 Mttetsllll .... . TyInlor, not outi 7 Itobb ... ...... 4 ill. .. ..., 0 tern ., ,, 0 lllllso , , A tortl, ts , ,, o tIlol lo l , TI)tal 1 'lotlal ' ? :' ' Tl'otal 18
PROPOSED PUBLIC LIBRARY IN WHITTLESEA SHIRE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 2 November 1883
PROPOSED PU.11BI0 LIBRARY IN WHIT''LESEA 8HIRE., A well attended mooting of rate payers was hold on Saturday afternooni, 27th October, at the State school, Moraing, for thoe purpose of taking into consideration the advisability of erect ing it building to servo as a public library and mechanics' institute in the shire. Mr. Walter Thomas, J.P., president, the convener of the meeting, being in the chair, explained that the meeting was called in compliance to a requisi tion signed by 40 of the ratepayers of the shire. He (the President) felt very strongly on this subject for years, aind Smoved it in the Council Chambers and received but little support there. The ratepayers themselves would have to move in it to insure its success. There : ere few, if any, districts in the country but possessed a hall or public library, or building for holding public meetings of tle ratepayers, concerts, ten meetings, lectures, or a variety of subjecls or amusemeonnts of an elevating or intel lectual en...
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 personalites, on condition of receiving the writer,s real name, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee fo good faith."PEACEMAKER" V. THE PALING INDUSTRY, YAR RA FLATS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EVELYN OBSERVER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 2 November 1883
Oorrespondence. Without endorsing the opinions of our cor respoldents, we hiall be glad to insert coinullicatliona bearing upon toplcs of public ilntreat,whlclh mayL be intelligently expresseO d ndfree front persoaliilltleI oil condlltion of receivliig thie writer's roal ninmc, not necessailly for publliction, but as a guaranteo of good ttith. " PEACEMAKEIR" V. TIE PALING IN DUSTRY, YAll IA FLATS. -0 TO Tll EDITOR OF THE EVELYN OBSERVEIt. Sir,--f you were told the mooan woa made of green cheue, you would certainly make ansver by saying, " CnnroeL gree vith you air." 'I'o u toli so Is equally as creditable as " Peacemaker's" statement, whlich nppeared int the Observer lately, viz., that LO5 has been expended on roadi and bridgrl to re pair the damage caused by the paling tmfllc, and consequelntly the Easit Riding is taxed to that nlaollut to benefit a scoru o0 piersons whlio aro ifuterestol in tlhe trle. lie asksto lie ht formed where is the comopcsation lor said. tdanngoe The answer...
ANDERSON'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 2 November 1883
ANDERSON'S CREEK. (PlRoM OUR OWN COnnREPONDI)NT.) I hear that the Crown Company are about disposing of their claim at the dyke, well, it i= a certainty, and the buyers will not repent of their bar gain. Mr, Grant is trying to pick up the Yntra Tunnel Reef, over at the islaltl. If he succeeds it will henelit the place considerably. It was the boat payable roof worked with us, mnd should have boeen working now. The Pig Tail will start in a few days. T'aking all things into considloration, we shall havn n ie markeud il)pro('enint with Il bolearn the New Yeuu: