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MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT. D. Lovelock reports:— Nov. 27. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 30 November 1883

IEL IIOURNE. .O'I'0OK ,1 ?EPORTI D. Lovelockreport.i- Dairy 8tek'nt trh Corporation;'Yards, top ?t Elizrabetl~.street.i The tnarket1list week to asfair lyisuppIled .ith good usetal cowo I ynrdcdl 13: head aod scold ?? at prices ranging to L7 I2s ?Gd : pringcrs tojLL ls if lrycot a from os to 00; bee, tL L57is 'd: Plgs-=A fiu market; jpices a triflscaster. SCalves A Tair auniber sided I sol up to is.

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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MR. AND MRS. CHIPPING BIRD'S NEW HOUSE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 30 November 1883

MR. AND MRS. CHIPPING BIRD'S NEW HOUSE. (BY u. U.) Mr and Mrs. Chipping Bird SCame from the South to-day And this is what I saw them do, And almost heard them say Their last year's house atood empty still 'Twas in Crab Apple-row, On Grape Vine corner, where the grape In autumn sweetest grow. The house was only one year old Last spring they built it new ; But snow and rain all winter long .Had drenched it through and through. And winds had rocked it back and forth, And torn it on one side ; 'Twas but a shabby little house, It cannot be denied. Still, if't were patched, as birds know how, It might do one more year ; And Mr. Chipping Bird, I think, Believed that this wai clear. Eying it round, and round, and round, lie hoplped about the tree,. And chatted geiitly to lits. ifeo'. 'fe , A.i ilesedl as he could be.' .,l.. "'A.littleil ero ,nd thereo" Jie'm sd,' "'T 'll be aso good ia now I, les>';'.,wi Upin mynworl| .l9sr, I think-: .; ; Tlt we dcani niake it do" " .HuAili itira'id e'w...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 30 November 1883

Young Corlet was hoth eute and holod To enter the bank and stuil the gold t But had he been as wise as bold lie never would have stole the gold. IlorL.owAv'a PI.L?s. are stlrotly recom metnded to all persons who are much reduced in power and condition, whose stonemach are weak. and whole nerves are shattered. The Ileneleal erfects of these Pills will be per elpllble after a few days' trial, though a more extended course may be required to re.-establsh perfect health. Holloway's tuedletite acts on the orglns of dlgestiuo, and rediics eonplete regularity inl the stoatlch, ever, pancreas, and kidieys. This treatulent I both aufe and certain In result, and is thoroughly conslstept with obsetvotion, ex. perie(ce, and common sense. Tie purilea tion of the blood, the removal of all noolous matter from the secretions, and the excite met of gentle action in the bowels, are the soure of the curative powers of IlIllo way'' Pillsh, -Aar. HIolloway's Pills and Olotment,--l)iseses of Women.--iedl...

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THE ABSCONDER NORTON. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 30 November 1883

THE ABSCONDER NORTON. Jamnes Norton, alias Fox, who:'was arrested yesterday week on the arrival of the steamer Aberdeen from England, on a chargo of converting, the sum of .£1540 16s 5d to his own use, appeared at the City Court on Monday last, charged with the offence. Mr. Chomley appeared to prosocuto, and Mr. Gillott appeared for the accusal. Mr. Choin lay said that ho wished to ask for a ci mand for seven days..R he accused had been arrest'od under the provisious of the F1giitives Offenders Act 1881, see: tion 4, on a- warrant, repeivdccdbydhia' Excellencyfrom'tlhe Secrelary of itnt for the GColonies. M lr. Chomldey''wmi about,to road the, telegram whesn Mr. Gillott objedted, sdying that it'could not;borHivcd.as.ovidence=mm.coodis tended that the warrant must be upiet, Ldiit hi t ''li?e q sued under the wrong section, which laid down that the 'ac ctisdd person must be charged ao ,n trustee. In the present ilstanrico h , aecused: as; not ,trustee wihin te noednin of the act, anil...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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The Ebelan Observer. Published Every Friday. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 30 November 1883

is . i?v Pstblihclcd: t,.ery Fridoy. .at',o FRIDAY, NOVEM3IBR 30, 1883. ..Ve :rogrgt,!'ayln tgtpo lrcecord ithe. death otf ,Mr:lVilliam ,MtPhersouu, ot Yar raFlatswlhichsad eventtookplace, en Wednesday last. The tuqpral takes place to-day. A lcturo Will be ,toliyht ,ol tl e 1RevI Bejitunisi Rodr i , atPanto'lHill' oinFidic.ynext,' the 7th December, ina aid ofchurch funds. i: Woe liav"& toc, ickvnowledgd bthe re: ceipt of hLe Illuxtrated Aultcstralian Newot, of date of 2Sth Novembor. At tihe Healesvillo Police Court, hold o tii the !22di bv' ohftbei'i st oit wic: Laind'ailiff Hook proceeded against Robert and James Perry,, of. Long Giully,; fori removingltimbier without licenses Fined 12s lidin default thiuoe days'imprnisni.ieti t " .. Mr. Buchanan, an officer from the Railway Department, visited ilthe Wa din Yalloak district last weok, and went over the variitis r:oposed routos for the railway to that place, pro paratory to .th'e sirvoy party.- boing sent up. It is with extr...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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Cricket. ELTHAM V. GREENSBOROUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 30 November 1883

Cricket. ELTIIAM V. GREMENBOROUGH. The above match took place on Satur day last and after a pleasant game resulted in a victory for the Elthamn teamn by one innings and 4 runs. For the former Messrs. Logan, Harrison, and Bourko scored 10,. 12, and 10 re spectively. Messrs. Brown and M'Ooll dividing the bowling honors. It is ia time-honourod custom in Quincy, Fla., to salute a newly-married couple by firing a cannon. This is to romild those present that the battle of life has begun. Aln unfortunate man, wvho has failed soveral times, says he wishes someboody wouldi start a tomporuance movoment thant would keep mouoy from gotting tight.

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 30 November 1883

Birth.       STAFF.—On the 22nd inst., at Fern Hill Farm, Kinglake, the wife of E. N. Staff,       Esq., J.P., of a son.    

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 — 30 November 1883

AU ST 'RAILIANý Grain & Produce Com pany. I . Tate) "j? ia. tr fit "l d , .n 'L ' nr r i L .I . ittlioDc, L at I t~i, i+iil;a- hi' tX t , 1T a ? In i yleLt ,i all" ti'1 + T , 1. lrn l lno I ln(iun ;11;, 'iia N , id .i'ittlt ,lt a'g Y ai it tile t'c p y. St:ii . ? Ti., MERCHAi.NT q, *... . O 11 - ni liIT , w .iiie 'I.ini i l d `r ACkn l t Li In II i.t t""ili p.do 3 un F ) Dunnin & vc lll~e ru e on;i l t ' )r iins, . TT , ,T CT? FIl?ll Y 8 lG ;, , i , ;:nobi" ' pi aei I . reetI.'.Ci,' 't , , * , A" .il.., IA IR 1 T r~n ret" stat~tl e. rt il 'tAliP ]Ist t.i llSlliln8boi?" IiD liRl J - i M e der Colt l • t•nrel 1 . it -: :?..:..a.,i, 'Dunning .: &?t O %.'1 ýzl c'LO e.rs, ý'C7;o'4'o : .l.r. e c5 ueoenrtstreet h Melbobuiaie " A1; t.,. nL,,: rI- ,, C f ;11 UI-.rLY l, iSoatt: a i, I l ti tuler an;- p??R enl I ee lol(e , ain , - I:bultlry, lWld ' rol eef t o i e erytdorllti tli nt C ltayll: . ait Is:, invttill i?tl ti?i " .1AdlnsJ signrntdo on .censigt, Allients. C:, ...

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Sold into Bondage. A WOMAN'S CONFESAION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 30 November 1883

A WOMAN's ooxrsitolr. " Come," she sid, " my weaet friend, I cannot permit such a gro monopoly. My cousin has been dying to dance with you all the evening. You know you promised hims" sad she carried me away In triumph, whisper. ing as we went, " You ought to thank me for my timely rescue. inut for me, you would have been devoured by your admirer, Philip Priestly I lie has not changed posi. tion, or taken his eyes off you for the last hour. My cousin, Mrs. Colton." I went through the set mechanically with her stupid cousin, answering his common place compliments I cannot tell how, for I was watching a tall, graceful figure leaning on a pillar, immovable as a statue, and lost in thought. Latrre in the evening, he came so my side, forcing his way through the crush. 1 Will you waltz with me P" hIe asked, in his old, quiet way. I placed soy hand in his without a word asnd we whirled away in the fascinating and voluptuous wa?ts-the most dreamy,. aba. dotied 'f ill dances. Hand was elapse...

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ENOCH ARDEN'S TRUE STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 30 November 1883

ENOCHI ARDEN'S TRUE STORY. When Enlock Arden came home after thit mmcoirblo and disastrous voyage 'which shipwrecked him and his hopes, hle crept up the street to his old home, as Tennyson informs us, and looked in the window. There he saw Philip Ray and Annie, his wife, and their child, all seated around the hearth cracking walnuts. The whole bitter truth came upon him with terrible force. Annie, supposing Enoch to be dead, had matr ried Philip, so as to have a home for herself and child, and a mian about the house in case of tramps. It was a sad coming back for Enooh, and he was nad about it. Not so much because Philip had married his wife, for thorn wore plenty more wives to be had ; not because his clild had learned to call another man " pa," though that was a bitter pill, inasmuch as the child looked a little like Philip anyhow. Neither of these thingsworried him half so much as to note that Phillip was wearing his (Enoch's) clothes. With a menacing gesture Enoch was just about...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 30 November 1883

_ ,r ,: . ...I . , . . . a .. f WoYAL MAIL +- LINE OF COACHES TARIRA IFATB'AN) QUhEENSTO1WN ,: COACIIES. . .. :" , ji. Leog.Globa{.Hotel, Siconasoansateet,..dally .r wJ io., by way of, Alphington, .Ivanhoe, "e teou' HI|I, Watson'o .Creekc, Chrlslire SHills. :LeaveYarra Flats and Queenstown at7 a.1n. ..p,EIiLLg coach leaves the Globe, Hotel dailyat 3p.m. P'Messrs. KERR and Co. Proprietors of the EF -IW; A N'BiU RN ':B D : o il,,nform the llt,,,,,til,,,1 f,Illy; - ' date+ Yarra'F ate, mnid..et rt?titlg S"dllltiletelOthtbthey are 'titW lrepitr:l'tto''' .SUlPPLY, SAWNTIMBER+ .- , r, i??cu:. I ij t'' i a'w i. r, . a.ar,.uy.,dimueusI ol ais;tot thoi L to,. "'l:Dbllver'l' t'Ytiiir'm PIil?W' at lii) 'neIl iiiJ tysllde, ait" Ilt per 100 'NoFet' ler "Also, s,'lpeetloly, selectedl Itimubeir for:?Wheell*lgdt S.,rposet, at I I.. 1 per. leou,, . to.er. 'Mr Ill. P'errln oir Lilyldale ageit, Ii oie ilto recerlve ordero;iwhlch' will ittcetiwitlt .,prtupt.etttentlot , -t::ln n""r :1 r ;ari t . tA gto...

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FARM CALENDAR FOR NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 30 November 1883

FAllIM CALENLAR FOR NOVEM BElR. I. (FROM M'IVOR's PARMERn' ANNUAL.) In many late districts throughout Australia, the latter part of November or beginning of December is regarded as a favorable month for potato plant ing so as to avoid the frosts. Premis ing that the land has been well worked up, and, if necessary, manured, during the preceding months, all that remains at planting time will be to harrow the land down fine and plant the tubors be. hind the plough in every third furrow. With,reference to seed, some growers approve of healing the cuts made in the sets by dipping the bleeding parts of the seed potatoes into powdered lime. In preparing the sets for plant ing, the potato-cutter has a dish of dry lime handy, into which he dips the sets before throwing them among the heap of seed. The practice is said to nct'as a preventive of rot. The cutting, har vesting, and stacking of hay is generally due in the majority of districts about this time. Hay, in hot weather, should be raked...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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NEW GUINEA. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 30 November 1883

NEW GUINEA. SA a great deal of interest is being taken in "the colonies as well as in Great Britilu in the annexation of iew Guinea, anything relating thereto will be .of some interest, therefore we give a letter written by a gentleman well-known to most of our readers, and who has just returned from New Guinea to Sydnoy,"after purchasing 12,000 acres of land from thernativesi; hich triaisaction hets.beool frioly criticised in the press of Queensland. The letter was plublished -'1 thei ltrifi~i'"l i inu Ileraldof the 23rd inst., in reply, no doubt, to the comments of the press.: "Sir,-- left Sydney on the 21st July last to visit New Guinea, and I arrived back in Sydney on the 15th inst. I find that statements have been made in various public journals with re ference to my visit, and these state ments are to the effect' that I repro sented ai pyndicate t of speculators in Sydney, that the soleor primairy olject. of: my visit was to '.grab'' landl from the natives for next 'to nothing...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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LILYDALE POLICE COURT. Friday, 23rd Nov. (Before F. Hare, Esq., and Messrs J. Lithgow, R. de Castelln, and E. Hunter, J. P's.) [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 30 November 1883

1LILYDALE POLICE COURT. S Frilo 'S 23rd Nov. i (BofTore F. Haro, Esq., ,(nrd MIesrei. J. Litligah.'il do. a Utolln, and F. Hunter, J.P's.) J. Rigaldi stunnioned J. Crook for ?.1 18s 9d for goods sold a0nd deliveredil Order for amount, with Gs costs. President of Shire Counoil v. Isoaa Nosedan janr.:;: Def'enddtnt was sued for rates, amounting to Gs. Order for amount;with 2s Od costs. Sanme v. Tsaac, NSoedn,' sor., for rates,F`EP1lSs. Orderlbr amounlt with 2s Gd costs. Same v. John Hamill.-Rates, 88. Order for amount and es Gd1 costs '~a$nie v. ?W:ilitl?rd- Rates, 1 12o. 'A'tinln'tipaid into iicort:. a Same v. H. Smith-Rates, 5G. Orderjfor:amnouitmwith 2s' Glcasto.\ - Sauie' v. W." Websie'r"Tbio£2 12o. Susmmonsonot served;' postponed till '28th December. Same n . Carey- Rates, .,9q. Paid into court. t , , ; " :ý ý :;,t or .. . J. H.l'aylor, v.. R.i Murph ty-De fendant was proceeodedagaintst-ur'wil fully destroving ( and removing the shell of ii old lint, lint witnesses for~ the'defen...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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ANDERSON'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 30 November 1883

ANDERSON'S CREEK. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Messrs. Logan and Twyreould from a trial crushing of 3 tons from what is known as " Gardner's Reef," obtained 1½ ozs. to the ton. The yield is very satisfactory and they intend to work their claim with vigour. Tenders were opened for driving the tunnel from the Hope shaft to the Crown Company's workings dyke, and Grant and Mullin's tender at 5s 9d per foot was accepted. The complimentary concert to Miss Lane bids fair to be a great success, and I hope a bumper house will greet her appearance on the 7th of December next.

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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BULLEEN SHIRE COUNCIL ORDINARY MONTILY MEETING Monday, 26th Nov. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 30 November 1883

BULLEEN SHIRE COUNCIL.   ORDINARY MONTHLY MEETING Monday, 26th Nov.         The ordinary meeting of the above Council was held at Templestowe, on Monday, the 26th inst. Present— President Smedley and Crs. Firth, Smith, Hutchinson, Dowd and Stig- gants. The yearly accounts of the Shire   were submitted to the meeting and to the public, showing a debit balance for the year of £5 15s 5d. After the accounts had been inspected, same were passed. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE. From Australia Assurance Company applying for 15s for the security for Secretary. Ordered to be paid. Cr. Stiggants presented a petition from Messrs. Grant and Hosford, holders of hotel licenses, Anderson's Creek, requesting a reduction from £25   to £10. A long conversation took place on this subject, the whole of the coun- cillors taking part in the discussion. However, it seemed...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 7 December 1883

TO CORRESPONA'DNTS. The uninnat freedom consistent with the public itlerest, will be allowed to corrnspon dents of all classes, but no communications will under any cihetnnstaces be inserted, ut?essu ,ethe1ticlte tjb the rcut as,nu tar iddless of the woriter, which will he regarded as strictly confidential, and serre as a guarantee qjgood faith. lea cannot be held re?sponible for the opinions expressed by correspondents.

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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THE OLD CHURCHYARD. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 7 December 1883

THE OLD OIIUIOIIYAItD.. Breathe soft and loiV, oh, whfsperlug whnel Above th ttangled graes deep, WVhere those wieho loved me loug ago s Forgot the world nod feullhsleep. No towering shaft or sculptured urn, Or ?sqolteum 's emnpty pride, ; Tell to the enrious pIsser-1by Tleir vlirtue,or the time they died. 1 count the old familiar names, O'ergrown with, moss sst lichen gray, Whlre tangled brier and creeping vine Across the crtombihg tables stray. The sumuner sky is softly blue, 'The birds still sing tihe sweet, old strain. But somctldug from the summser time ls gone,.that wllL not conum galu.n' So meany voicecs have been hushed o80 mny songs have ceased for nye So mn?ylmueds I nuedLto touch Are folded over-hearts of clay. Tihe mossy world, rccedcs froamoe-? I cease to henarits:prilse or:iblame ; The mossy marbles eoleo back. No hollow sound? of empty fame. L only know. that ca?hanuItstil They sleep beyostLlllfe's.wre:and wail Beyond the tflet osailiugoclouds,. lesoud the shadow. of ...

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A Mother's Stratagem. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 7 December 1883

Br NENRY HAJRgLTONf One of the most terrible struggles that the force of the United States ever had to sustain with the tribes of Red Indians was the campaign undertaken against the Semni noles. Florida, for miles around Tampa Bay, had become one vast graveyard. Generals Taylor, Shields, Twiggs,and others, had often attempted to penetrate the Ever. :glades; but they were almost always met by the redoubtable Seminole chief, Billy Bowlegs, and " driven back" were not the words, The brave soldiers who so advanced were, in almost every instance, left upon the bloody fleld, while only a few straggling comrades returned to tell of their unhappy fate. And as the Seminoles were success ful, so did their cruelty increase. Not only were the soldiers the objects of their hatred, but they began to wreak their vengeance upon the peaceable settlers, most of whom hua been driven from their homes, and com pelled to take refuge in the various forts. In the very midst of this populous grave. yard, re...

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Commercial. Dec. 5. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 7 December 1883

Commercial. Dee. 5. , Vrpetahieo.. Ileet, 1id to Oit! per doyen 'Carrota, Od to td per dozen buonhes Sottflilolere,2e to 4 per dnaozen r- - - ttli?nee I. iN ton'9 per loz CGarlie, Id to il pecr lt Lottuces, tl to I er ateriY " "t' o 9.1 I n 2 I ler lh P i ' loe, 4t to 4I Ii lpr r., h iterrito. 2) r". It n re it - loo'nae. -'ri4,-. t1 to it nr tqllnrt ' ronttr . I to It p' r te? ln Dr}' Par lns,,,x: } cnt . I- to 91 per Iit thatter, lI tio .ii per Ih " I'her ·., : 1"1.0 1+ l.Pr 1I Iype? t, o It :ili per id:,etu lit?r l , lik t pt er lib. S Ihnn, to to, ? per e.har . - -: - I'igrou ". ten to :1li t' pair= .... "... rotk, r ,1 to tl per Itl " ,rkeylh , it to t0 per pa?ll :1tltbit't, it, Ot1 . t I : tptr .tlttt

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