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MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT. D. Lovelock, and Co., report:— Nov. 6. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 9 November 1883
MELBOURNE STOOK REPORT. D. Lovelook, sad Co, report : Nov. e. lairy Stock at the Corporte Yards, top lf Eliabeth-street. The market last week was lightly supplied, very few rst.class cows forward. I sold up toLS ls; springers, to IA 10s; dry cows, to L3 ln. Pigs.-A full market and prices retained at late quotations in all claosm. Stores selling remarkably well, Calve--A fair supply. Good vealers sell. ing from S.r to 88s.
INQUEST. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 9 November 1883
INQUEST. An Inquest wee held at Routh Mel bourne on Saturday by Dr. YouI on the body of Walter Inh, of Anderson's rek. aged aine month., who died on IrMday, from the e8Eots of hurns. Mrs. Inch stated that on the 31st ultimo the dcoeased was playing with his brother near the kitchen fire, and during her temporary absence from the room his clothee caught ire.. She extinguised the flame and took the child to Dr. Walsh, who found that it had sus tained evere burns on the arms, leg and chest. The child was afterwards taken to the Melbourne Hospital, but never reovered. The jury found that the child died from the eaflcts of burns aeidentally rseceived.-Age.
TO THE EDITOR OF THE EVELYN OBSERVER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 9 November 1883
to Til EDITOR or TlE M IV ?O HI aVi. Sar,-As the Whittlesea C'ouncil refusemto meet any of the Eltham Shire Councillors on the banks of Arthur's Creek to hear what they might have to say in respect to the bridge proposed to be put scrwe the creek, I now appeal to you to inseut the followlg, hoping it may enlighten them somwhat ona the matter. It appears to me that they haretaken quite a onesidal view of the ase. oer at the very tfit, when they docided to faspeet the ground, would it not have been smatter of common justice for them to have invited the Eltham Ceouncil to deputeone ormore of their members to meet those of the Whittle. sea Council on the groundseelag that the creek forms the boundary line between the two shires, and for that reason the bridge to be built wns as likely to be of a much in? portanco to the inhabitants on out side as to those on their aide. Not only did they neglect to communieate with the Eltham Counoll. But when it was known that a bridge was to be built ...
Correspondence. Without endorsing the opinions of our correspondents, we shall be glad to insert communications hearing upon topics off 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. VIA CLEMENTS TO PALING FOREST. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EVELYN OBSERVER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 9 November 1883
S .Oorrespondenoe Without endorsing the oplatiea of o6r uor respondent., we shall be glad to inaert oommunicatiooe bearing upon topic. of public intereet whichb maybe iuteltfbntly expressed and free from iesonalitlee, on condition of receivin te writer's rest name, not neeseeally for publicatoo, but as a guarantee of good laith. VIA OLEMENTS TO PALING FOREST. ---o - TO THES DITOCR O THE KVLvYX OairaVEL SBI,-Kindly admit a brief notice of the track via Cloment's, leading to the paling forest. It will not be forgotten that, although it i now rejected, it has played its part well i opening up the paling industry. With an expenditure of about £30Government money, caricers were able to take loading, up to tons, from within 2) miles of the stump, and deliver same oad In Lilydale. Mind you T tons I not a light load on a tolerable road, and it speaks well in favm of the rejected track, it being a mountamin oad. It took II bullocks to draw the T tons. These ame tha?ka,due to Mr. T. Clements ...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 9 November 1883
Mrs. H. B. Stowe, after descrlbing in her inimitable way the strictanes with which theshildea of the Puritans were required to keep the Sabbath, in reply to the question, whether this did excite a distate for it and for religion, answers by an unqualied "No, it did not." BShe add-: "The efect of the system wasto Ingrain into our harater a veneration for the Sabbath which no friction of after-life would ever efLe. I have lived towanderin many climate and foreign leads where the babth is an unknown nam, or where it i. only recognised by noisy mirth; but never has the day returned withopt bringl with It a breathing of rlgous awe and even a yaraing for the unbroken still. nee and the simple devotin of the Puritan Babbat." Hoelowm v'e Pals a me ol etely reeam. minded to all pemoe who are mo edned In p sad condltion, whose esto mob are week sad whoe nerves are shattered. The baedoW effetsi of these Plls will be ec ceptlble after a few days' tril, thouh more extended course ray be required...
THE ABORIGINES BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 9 November 1883
THE ABORIGINES BOARD. --.. The monthly meeting of the Abor igigpa' Board was he)d yesterday at the office, Templecourt; Mr. C. M. Officer, M.L.A., in the chair. The Secretary reported that during October he had visited the different stations, and found that the usual work was being carried on satisfactorily. The hop crops were ready for tying, and the prospect of a successful season was a fairly good one. A conversational discussion took place on a recent deputation by aboriginals to the Chief Secretary, when a memorial in the nature of a complaint was pre sented to the Minister. It was ex plained that there was a misunderstand. Ing by the blackfellows as to the aean. Ing of that memorial, and that they were satisfied with the existing arrangements and did not now desire to have them altered. The board decided to pay a visit to Ooranderrk during this month and makeaninspection.-Age,Thursday.
SUICIDE AT GREEN LAKES. HORSHAM, 5th Nov. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 9 November 1883
SUICIDE AT GREEN LAKER ---o HonseAu, 5th Nov. On Sunday morning news came to hand that a German, named Joachim Hansohild, residing at Green Lakes, a few miles from Horsham, committed suicide by hanging himself. It appears that for the last five months he had been ill with typhoid fever, but lately got about and did some work. On Sunday morning he went into the st:tble and hanged himself. Previous to the co curence he wrote a letter, which was found on the stable floor; but which gave no reason for the rash act except that he said his nerves never gave him peace on earth. A magisterial inquiry wam held, and a verdict of suicide by hangingrecorded.-Aqe.
ANDERSON'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 9 November 1883
ANDERSON'S CREEK. (mROre Om ovi CO? UUP0oDE.NT.) The Young COlonal Quarts Com pany, FPorth Hilt.-For 8 weeks work, 4 oen obtained Soss, smelted gold. When we take that tlis was the yield from 2 tons of quarts, it will be seen that the rich returns obtained many years ago can now be got if it is pro spected for. This should certainly give an .impulse to further developing the. leaders on both the Third and Fourth, Hills. That good payable gold is yet. on theground is a certainity, and only wants energy with small capital to ob tal it. I think that the settlements, both. with the Crown Company Dyke and the Pig Tail Quartz Company are now nearly definitely arranged, so we can. confidently look forward to a marked improvement in mining matters. Messse. Logan and Mate are about.. Inatng a trial crushing from Gardner't Reef gold is seen in the quartz and there is a liklihood of it being payable. hirty to commence their 'daeP highness of the river however is staying: immediate work. The we...
DEATH OF A JOURNALIST. WYCHETRLLA, 5th Nov. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 9 November 1883
DEATH OF A JOURNALIST. WYCHITELLA, 6th Nov. &nbsp; On saturday night the dead body of Mr. A. W. Christie, travelling re- porter for one of the Bendigo papers, was found lying at the foot of a tree near the Boort line, two miles from Korong Vale. The deceased had been drinking very heavily for several days previous, and a bottle of spirit was found lying alongside his body. Ex- cessive drinking is believed to have been the cause of his death. He had apparently been lying dead for two days. The body was removed to Korong Vale, where an inquest was held today. A verdict was returned that death had been caused by fatty degeneration of the heart and excessive drinking. - Age.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 9 November 1883
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HORSE AND DAIRY STOCK. Campbell, Pratt, and Co., report:— Nov. 7. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 9 November 1883
HORSBE AND DAIRY STOCK. Campbell, Pratt, and Co., report : Nov. 7. Horses-The market continues brisk, the supply being moderate and sales of useful stock satisfactory. We sold at the bazaar buggy pairs, to L49; superior saddle and harness horses, L27 to LSat; Indian colts, Lt2 to L32; omnibus and coachers, LI? to L28; draughts, according to class, from L21 to L44. On Wednesday, 31st October, at Bridge Water Park, we held a large clearing sale of MIr. J. Iorwood's draught clevelasd and other horse stock. Draught mares sold to Il0gs.; two-year-old fillies, to 50gs.; yearling filies, to 40gs. ; two year-old entire, 100gs. and 7gs. ; two-year-old Cleveland en tires, 30gs. and 90gs. ; Cleveland and other mares to L45gs.. and a few geldings to 25gs. Malcolm of Olamis, the imported clydesdale stallion was sold to Mr Andrew Town, of Richmond, N.S.W. Total of sales exceeded 1L6000.
The Evelyn Observer. Published Every Friday. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 9 November 1883
eght Gepn bserner. PubiJhed Eery idasy. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1885. A 'young man, named y, in the employ of Messrs. do Castella and Ro wan, at St. Hubert's, met with an acci dent on Monday last. He had been sent to Mr. de Pury's on an errand and on his return the horse he was riding threw him to the ground, fracturing the leg about Sins. above the knee. Dr. Elmes attended him and on the follow ing day he was sent to the Melbourne hospital. WHInrTLuRA.--nakes promise to be very plentiful in this district this sea son, the sultry weather is beginning to draw them out. A very large tiger snake was killed by Mr. Downie, near Whittleeaa,upwardsof Oft. 6in. inlength. Upon the body being opened a young wallaby was found inside, 1ins. in length. Several black snakes of a large seize have also been killed about here lately: Lilydale District, Hospital Collec tions :-Church of England, Lilydale, £5; Methodist Church, Wandin, £2 8e Sd; Methodist Church, Lilydale, £2 2s 3d; Worri Yallock, 8s Id; ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 9 November 1883
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DISTRESSING BOAT ACCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 9 November 1883
DISTRESSING BbiAACCAID.NENT. ---0-- The following details of a boat acci dent, which resulteil in the dsath of there men,eextrseted from the-Auek had 4N.a)> ewsa A boat accident, resuldingin thedeath of three young men, and accompaniedl by unusually harrowing details, oo, earred in tbeimaer harbor..t Napier on, the evening od 20th October. Six young mena named Jandes, Stewart,.. Alexander Stewart,. Arthur Diion,. William Meek, William Deklhage:yh Gorge ?ardoe. bomrowed:: a iling boat, which had not a.very g epu tatio, having previously ce sized. .bout fosro:clct.r.wML a quarter of: amile fowm the lnad, a squall stmuck theboat adcapsisedher. JamesStewark. and Dixon swam ashore to seek assists ae,the?ethee four occupants. getting: ?afit ow the keel of the overturned. boat. Stewart andlDixo landed safely,. a? within a sasrterof an houe's. walk: of Pteaiti atation, but wnfortmately they did not know the country, andl started to sirt the shore. After nearly four hourse very rough trav...
COMING LOCAL EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 9 November 1883
COMING LOCAL EVENTS. THIS EVENING.-A lecture, entitled " Laughter—its cause and effects," will be delivered by the Rev. Benjamin Rodda in Mr. Caudwell's long room, Panton Hill, this (Friday) even- ing, to commence at 7.30p.m., &nbsp; in aid of church funds. BAZAAR.—A grand bazaar, in aid of St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church, Lilydale, will be held in the Rechabite Hall on Thursday, Friday, and Sat- urday next, 15th, 16th, and 17th &nbsp; &nbsp; November, opening at 2 p.m. each day and remaing open un- til 10 o'clock p.m. THURSDAY NEXT.—A lecture, in aid of the St. Margaret's Church of England Sunday school fund, Eltham, will be delivered on Thursday evening next, the 15th inst., by the Rev. J. B. Gason, to begin at 7.3o p m. The reverend gen- tleman will take for his subject " The Life of President Lin- coln." On the following evening (Friday) the Rev. J. B. Gason will deliver a lecture on the the same subject in the Me- chanics' Institute, Nillumbik, in ai...
ELTHAM SHIRE COUNCIL. ORDINARY MONTHLY MEETING [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 9 November 1883
ELTHAM SHIRE COUNCIL ORDINARY MONTHLY MERTINO The ordinary monthly meeting of the above Shire Counoll met at the Council Chambers, Kangaroo Ground, on Mon day last. Present-The President (Or. Cameron) and Ors. Woolcott, Arm strong, Bell, M'Adam, Robinson, Low man, Beale, and Wallis. The minutesof the previous meeting were read and confirmed. COnlrrwPONDtN5O. From Shire of Whittlesea, in reply to further correspondence regarding conference re road by Brown's, stating that the Council did not see any just cause to alter their previous decision which was to the' effect that no good result would originate from a con. ference. Or. Beale pointed out the advisability of securing a road through selections, connecting Duncan Smith's property, for the benefit of people living on the mountain. . The Whittlesea Shire Council would some day have sense '"eoiogh to. see that they:had mde a great mistake. The subject was put to the Secretary, who agreed to attend to the matter. Correspondence was r...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 16 November 1883
Vie #o lyj (bseraer Ann South and l ast Bosurke Record, Published Every Friday,. Morning. HARRIS, SCARCE, , CO., Proprietors. SUBnscnRprIOxN Three months, in ldvance, IS ed e on credit, 9s Sd. Six months, in advance, a ; on credit, 7s. Twelve months, in advance, 0l s on credit. 14s. -0 Persons wishing to become subscribers may do so by sending their names in at any time to this office. Those wishing to discontinuo being sub. seribers must give written notice to that effect and pay up all arears. Advertisements :-Twenty words, for one insertion, Is.; 20 to 30 words, 4s. I per inch, 'Is. ed. ; births, marriages, anddeaths,I9s ad each insertion. A large discount allowed upon all adver tisements inserted for three months or up. wards. Advertisements not bearing the number of times to be Insorted on the copy, will be continued and charged for 'until a written notico to stop them Is received at this office Of all kinds done at Low Priece, with neat ness and despatch, at the n Evelyn Obser...
Calendar for the Week. NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 16 November 1883
aletadar for the Wetk. NOVEMBER. PHAIESO 3 TOFll MNOON. First Quarer......eth at 9.44 a.m. Ful 1 Moon......... 15th at 4.17 a.m. LAst Quarter..... Ilstat 11.24 p.m. 1 New Moon.........30th at 4,34 a.m. a w Perigee, 14th. Apogee, 4th & 27th. 18 So 26th Sunday after Trinity 19 i Melbh. : Wodo,7a fly. opad. 1873 20 To Famlne in Tarlmania 18:05 21 W Prlncess ivyal born 1840 22 Tn Capt. G ray I t feom Grt. Britn. 1812 23 F Sir Redmond llltry died IS80 24 8A Tanman dlisoveredrl T'lmanula 1642 Probable Weather.-Pleasant weather, soft genial winds, but liable to rain.
A TRIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 16 November 1883
A TRIAL. A trial, wherein life and death were at stake, was proceeding with that solemnity which daltinguishen the Scettish jnsticiary courts over hbose of their neighbours, when a wag (for there are some characters who must have their joke, however solemn the occaulon) entered the court, and net a m ut sal snuff-boa a-p'aying "Jack's Alive" upon one of the benches. In the silence of conducting the inquiry, the music struck the ear of the audience, and particularly the venerable Judge, whose auriclaru organ was to the last. most admirably acute i and a pause to the business was the immediate consequence. lie stared for an Instant at a sound so unusual in a court of justice, and with a frantic demeanour exclaimed, SMacer, what In the name of God, is that 1" The officer looked round hin In vain to answer the inquiry, when the wag exclaimed " It's ' Jack's Alive,' my lord." " Dead or alive, put him out thlls moment." " We eamna grnp him, my lord." " I he has the art of hell, .let every...