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A SIGH FROM THE SLUMS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 15 February 1884

A SIGHI FIOl TilE IdLUMIS )lo'on hear the peoplu weeping, -oti, my. brothers, In this Iondon of unrest ? Do yon see the tears down faliing from the Mothers . On the Imblei at. their breast I The worhl in full of joy and exUltation, And the City throb. with pride, The mightyv and the magnatesof thenation Fling their riches fur ant wide ; Bulit tile poor, poor eople,oh,. my brothera, You e.an see them erouchithr down ' Whilst Ihe gtily whirl aot unoiseof pleas. tire smowters All the angtish of the town I Get you forth from out your palaces, and visit Where and whenceo the sorro comles Ratntad the corner, lnot nn very distant is it To the stows and tothe tmllns I Just a slonoe' throw froen your dwelling, see theml lying Naked, starving on tle floor. Infant cries amidst thie grouning of the dyinttg Whlltlt te lantdlod guards the door. Out of work and out f heart, lint where's 'the pity Fora p'tuper brutied and hent P Not one curso ias fallen yet upo1 t he City That has mnurder to repent...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Calendar for the Week. FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 15 February 1884

aIguadar for tkh Wttk. FEBRUARY. SPtakst or lat. 1 o9 . )rst Quarter ...... 4d 3h 37n p.m. 'ull Moon ......... Ild 2h Im p.m. G Last Quarter..... 19d I '?h 6An p.m. S N oew Moon......... 27d 4h 15m asm. S 'Perlgee, ed. Alpogee, 18ld. 17 S Sexageima Sunday I3 Martin Luther died 1546 Tv Irnternational Enxhibltion foumdedl879 2 W New Zealand war begina 1860 21 TI (19) Settlement Hobart Town 1804 22 F Prince Alfred's 2nd visit to Vie. 1869 SA (20) Teleg. N.S.W to N.Z. opd. 1876

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 — 15 February 1884

TO CORRESPONDENT& The utmo?t freedom consistent with the public interest, will be allowed to corrslpon. dents of all classes, but no communlcations will under any cireumstances be inserted, unless authenticated by the real name and address of the writer, which will be regarded as strictly confidential, and mere as a guarantee of good l itlh. We cannot be held resposible Jaor the opinions expressed b correspondents.

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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MASHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 15 February 1884

MASHERS. The following is a translation of a description of a London "Masher'! given in La Gsaulis, of Paris, by M. Henri deo'Peno : He gets up about noon, and break fasts off a brandy and soda. At one his buggy with a high stepping horse is in waiting, and takes him to Hyde Park, where he takes a turn till 2. At 2 he goes to lunolh at the house of some lady in fanhionablo society. From 3 to 4 he makes his. bets at Tattersall's, and thence he goes willingly, enough to Mitchell's Grove, the quarter favored by fashionable ladies of adillffrent class. At i Ihe goes rn -horsobaek for another turn in Hyde Park. leofore rotun.ing house ho visits his olub,wherehe drinks a lemon squash, a harmless b veorgo whlich does not intoxicate-the masher is never intoxicated. He dresses and dlinos at 8, eats little, but does not do Isadly as to champagne, which he has christened "the boy." After dinner the Gaiety, and after the Gaiety a ball. The masher does not dance. He set ties himself in a corner ...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 15 February 1884

TO ADVERTISERS. Advertisments cannot be withdrawn befire the tine expires for which they liave been ordered. Where the snuher of the inser tions is not dutiinc?y,aeiptlied advertise. ments will be inserted until countermauled and charged for accordinly..

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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Cricket. HEIDELBERG V. ALPHINGTON [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 15 February 1884

Cricket. HE [DElr BIG V. ALPHINGTON The second match of the season between the above clubs took place on Thursday week last, and resulted, .as did the former, in an easy victory for Heidelberg by 45 runs with 3 wickets to fall. For Heidel berg Taylor played a splendid innings for 51, and Durham 17, J. Bond'9 not out, played "well for their runs. For Alphington the only one: who reached double figures was Jones with I5. 'Bond and Wingrove bowled well for Heidelberg, the former securing.:4 wickets for' i3 runs, and the latter 4 for I6,' whilt:Suthe~iedhil was the most-.;:successful :.:bowler -for Alphington.' " The:following are the scores: ALPIIINGTON. Shepherd ... ... 2 (akoi . ... 4 , . nirnby... . ... 3 lIn ...i... ... 16: llurtn ...t 2 Adi\,?s, A., not out , 1 Glld.ig:.. . . . 1 idltl .. ... Aduam, T. ... ... 0, Sundries ... .. 5 Total 31 HIEIOmELBERG.. Greenaway ... ... o )urhlni " ... .. 17 Taylor .. ..... Wlntrove ... 0 liond, G. 0 ' Ilhld, .).,not out.. 9 IM'Callun ... .. 2 u...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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KANGAROO GROUND CHURCH BAZAAR. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 15 February 1884

KANGAROO GROUND) Ci?URO?, --- AZAAR." An aclltionl sale of ranldiuiins gifts on Saturday, aftelrnooin lastibronght to a closea :nlost succ?cful b.zfar, in laid. of the building fund of the above church. For the preceding days (Thursday and Friday) the usually quiet place of Kangaroo Grsouid wore quite a lively aspect, people, in holiday attire and on pleasure bent, coening from far and near to visit the unprecedented event (for Kangaroo Ground we moan) of a bazaar and sale of gifts, and liberally purchasing articles as mementoes there of, or with the view of adding "more grist to the mill" of the object it was in aid of. Contrary to the doubts ex pressed at the opening of thie bazaar that there would probably be' soie difficulty experleiced in the disposal of such a very large assorted stockc--Ioth ornamental and useful,kindly presented by sympathising friends from far and near--owing to some restrictiol as to the disposal of goods; but, we need lhardly say, these restrictions were ...

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SUICIDE AT HOTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 15 February 1884

SUICIDE AT HOTHAM.. --o The man IDonis KAnnedy, who was on Monday last brought before the Hotham bench, and committed fur trial at the Central Criminal Court on the 15th inst., on a charge of obtain ing the sum of £4 by false pretences, has placed himself beyond the reach of the law by putting an end to his ex istence. The offence of which deceased was aocused was that on the 10th of November last he went to Mrs Healey,. of the Dublin hotel, Hotham, stating that her husband, whom he had mebin town, had asked him to obtaih the sum in question. Kennedy, who.was admitted to bail, seems to have been drinking heavily for some time, and yesterday afternoon, in an outhouse at the back of Little Curzon-street, where he resided, he was discovered in a pool of blood with his throat cnt, the deed having been accomplished by means of a razor. The unfortunate man was conveyed to the Melbourne Hospital as soon as the discovery was made, but he died before reaching that institution. Kennedy was 47...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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FATAL CASE OF SNAKE BITE. YACKANDANDAH, Sunday, [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 15 February 1884

FATAL CASE OF SNAKE BITE. YAKANoDANDAl, Sunday, Afatal casoe of snake bite occurred hereon Friday. A man named Wnm. Short, of Staglorn Flat, was engaged in digging potatoes, in company with a lid 15 years old, the only son of Mrs. Hunt, of Staghorn. A dog that was witlh them commenced barking at a rabbit hole, and the lad put his hand into the hole, expecting to find a rab. bit, but immediately drew back, and said he bad been bitten. However, his hand boing dirty no puncture could be seen, and unfortunately his companion, Short, did not put on a ligature. The lad shortly afterwards showed symptoms of snake poisoning, and Short conveyed him home, and immediately sent for Dr, Mueller, who soon arsived, and prescribed what was necessary. On leaving lie thought the boy was going on well, but left orders if the lad got worse to sand for him. The mother would not allow any of her neighbors to stay with her through the night. Short went to inquire Iftier th hbony yet'lltldiay mornllill'n, ...

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Commercial Feb. 13th. Vegetables. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 15 February 1884

Commercial SVegetae. Feb. 13. i : eet; ? to 9ta per do on . Carrots, l1d to ttd per dozen butlcileo * tailoer, it to ts per toz '' i 'ucitwbc, io to is Gd per doz, t ? arlic, rot per Ib .ettuct-s, td to is perlozeCu. Plotautes, 4s to a. per WLt Fruit s I.,eisols, is to 2s per tdozen UretugPs, IOS per ctuu l-. t!llLiries, 4d t Icr tb tanity P'tleoue I " lincoit;' 7l to 9d per lb Itotter, ltd to Is tod ptr lb Clhete;: rt to .d| per Ib Ihoney, ttt to 7d l, Ith h : Eggs, Is to is 2.1 per tdazetn ilau, lIkl to Is perth. Iletn, to to o? per pair l'igeosus, to as per ?a1 o r-k..o?L .to.ýtI1it i l. _ .[..-.-l'ttr~oytts Its W4, lpr ..bt trabbits, i. to I?lidl per Ipli' tD. .oveloek reports : 'Feb.12, l)Dairy Stock, it the Corporation tYards, top of ]E:tlizaletlh-treet. The tmurkst Inst week sas 'ivry Ilightly anppliol very few first Sclass cows forward. The greater nulmber Sbeig second and third class. I sold up to L,7 IGs; springers, to 1.1 Ito I dty cows to L:a Sa." -. ligl-A fair manrket....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 15 February 1884

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HORSE AND DAIRY STOCK. Campbell, Pratt, and Co., report:—Feb. 12. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 15 February 1884

HOIRSE ArD DAIIY STOCK. Campbell, Prtt, and Co report: Feb. 12, Horses.-The market during the week has been brisk, with a steady demand for ser viceable sorts. Country suppl i contuinue light, and the baaanr has been rather- bare of suitable stock, such few. lots of sound young fresh horses as came to hind meb a fiir sale and sold, satisfactorily. Business promeses well, inquiries for useful descrip tions bleing numerous and likely to frm present rates. We have sold superior hack. neys and hbegy horses, L24 to L37 ; extra choice animals, Luo to L90 i Indian, L22 to L30 ; omnibus and coachers, L28 to L.3?I draughts, according to class, from L21 to Lb4 ; country, hroses: averaged L9 1i8, LII So, LI2 lus, nud L21 per hbead ea.lont respectively. Dairy Stock.-Milkers and springers in fair supply and Felling from L5 to 7 L7 ;. stores and young stock ia moderate demandt .

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FATAL FIRE. SYDNEY, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 15 February 1884

FATAL FIRE SYvNEr,'Sunday. A fatal case of burning occurred at Marrickville about five o'clock on Sat urday morning. It appears that Mr. Daroy, who lives near the cricket ground, was awakened by a loud ham tmering noise from the direction of a noighbour's house, occupied by a Mrs. Smith. He immediately rushed out and burst open the door, and was hor rifled to find that the bed was on fire, and Mrs. Smith was lying on the floor with her baby clasped to her breast, completely enveloped in flames. Mr. Darcy succeeded in extinguish ing the flames, when it was discovered that the poor woman's face, hands, arms and cheat were in a dreadful state. The baby was also badly, burnt about the breast, neck and face. Mother and child were removed to the hospital, where every effort was made to alleviate their sufferings, but Mrs. Smith died in excruciating agony at half-past eleven on the same night. The baby is ex pected to recover. It appears that the tire was caused through Mrs. Smith having r...

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"WHERE DID YOU COME FROM, BABY DEAR.?" [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 15 February 1884

W.UIICE. 1ID YolU: Co0lS FnOM, BAEII DEAIl.?!' Bw GesOuuol: MAcono ao Where did you come from, baby dear? Out of the. every?where.iotothere, Where-did you goet, your eyes an blue P Outof theosky al Lemsu through., What makes the light Ia, themsparklo andt spin ?: Bome of the stary spikes.left in.. Where did yo.,geLtmt lIttleutear P; I found it waiting when L got here. What nekes your forebeaulao.smooth andh, high ?. A soth baud etrked ib as I wenbby; What makes your cheek like u.wuara,whlle, I saw something bllete thnou any ono.knows. Whence that three-eomcral smile of bliss ?' Three angels gave me at once a klas. Where did you get this pearly ear P God spoke, and it enrle out to hear. Where dird you get those arms and handst oIsve male Itself ltutu ooks and bands. erot, wllhelllno did yo come, yo darllng From the nomeo box as the eherulte' wings.. Inow did they all colle Jaet to be you I Cod thought of mo , ant so I grow, IltIt how did you clll to uo, you dear 1 Utd thuoIIght about...

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AN ORGAN-GIRL. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 15 February 1884

AN lORGAN-GIIRL. Iformer days a.guiscleaa childu. WVhose lilfewas only play, With sa.bright a faceasa.ewormilel . liitalary,.wnlsome way.. Her youthful skis. wsajiLst ask! r- . Well,ay, sa.yours.or mine ". She never brasthed Italia's.aiL. Nordmnh.Italia' wine.;. Nor chattertdl,iFlorentine.brogue, Nor dined on mancceni; Nor-played the curiousgames.nr,vogn Amonega the lazsroni.. The Tiberls banksshe never trod; She never, heardof Gracehus, Nor does .she swear by Homagod, By Jupiters.r Bacchus.. You listento hertatle otgrdeef. And sercely will believe. While nobhing inher handkrehlief,: She'. laughing in her sleeve, Her home's the East,.although her guise, loneotes the Sunny South ;: And thoughfrom head, to foot she dyess S~he lire.from.hadtou mouth. Nort when the oMuaallonin she seeks, And mendlekatly udleos, She opes her ruby lgpsand speaks The language of iSh Giles. --Tauyk liar..

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COURAGEOUS CONDUCT OF A GIRL. WAGGA WAGGA, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 15 February 1884

COTRAGEOUS CONDUJT OF A GIRL. WVAooA WAUsA, Tuesdhy.. A painful accidoet,.which will, it is to.bo.feared, pove fatal, occurredi on. Suaday to ,bliss Tharesa Molloy, a yoiig ivomann 17 years of age,. the daughter of a selectorat Yerong Creek. About twoo'cloek on tilitday a room at tached to the household caught fire, Aliss&M?olloy was the-only grown, up person present, with thse exception of her'iebther,"who is. an iuvalid. In en deavoriug to subdue. the flames: the young woman's clothing caught fire. She. ran with her. clothes ablaze.to a. creek to procure water no fewer than, eight times, and, by her almost super human efforts, succeeded in extinguish ing thw fire. In the meantime a child had. gone for assistance, and a Mr. John V Breed was early on the spot, and conveyed the injured woman, who had ftinted. from the severity of the burnss ashoe had received, to FobKorough Hall, where three doctors were soon in at tendance. The medical gentlemen en deavored to alleviate the....

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 — 15 February 1884

ANDERSON'S CREEK. (FRtoa OUit WN UORlttIt:ISPONDEINT.). I think it is a pity that saouething detinite should not Ih done with ro eretlce - to our Mechanics' Institute. Either let thlpublicanlaeri bein globo, or get up4 series of concerts orpenuy read ings. There are a numtber of gonttlenet who do their best to keep the institute going, but they noust havoe help to carry on their finanioial althirs, it has been a, boon, and it only wants unanintity to carry, thingsforward. Fresh tenders. havo been called for driving the Hope 'unsel, and work will be reasumed as sool as contritch is let.. .., UI.nderstano that at hsst.there is a fair. prospect of a start being nmads it, the Pig Taibqtiartz clain, and: i, ia few d .ys arrangements e ill be Imade for conieiening-work at the claimi . :Who Young Colonial Quart; claint are stopped pending; arrangemcets. for erecting a whir. The Venerable Archdeacon Stretch preached in the. Church of England last Sunday evening, and I am, sure that his serm...

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VICTORIAN POLICE GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 15 February 1884

VICTORIAN POLIi(I GAZETI'?. The lllwing ,iotic.s apluar in Inst Wedllns tl ay' (V131h InsL.) Polite G'(zette':-. ln 'len MMali?ui?tw Killed nt WVnr Layte - .5 m Ilewardl. -- Wlhurelal labrtly bI:lfore (lin.elock on the morning' l'ofSatulrdlhay, Ihlo 1.lh ol f Jliulaary last ia valuatie Ihlrsao bllorigintg to Mr. lienry Itllchlamber, of Warrundyte, was fiul dead at that phicc, having evidently been, 'maliciously stlabbed i short time plecioilsly: Nuticei heroe. by given thIt a Rloward of Twentv-five poutads will be ipaid by, thle ;OvGernl mient folr such information ai'will lead to the conviction of'lthe person or per-. sons. who coumnitted the outrage afore maid. Jmnes Smith is chorged, ol warrant,. with.deserting from his hired service. with. John' Brown,. firmer, Lower' iPlenty, on the 8th instant. Descrip-~ tio, :-Victorian,. 2f years. of ago, ~i feet 7. or 8 inches.high, lair complex ion and hair, fair beard all round, hace,. fair ,light , mooustache.; ,wore .dark. clothes.. Sou...

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A CHARGE OF KIDNAPPING. ADELAIDE, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 15 February 1884

A CHARGE OF' KIDNAPPING. ADnsAulDE,,'hTuesday. Captain Joseph Dav.ies, late master of the schooner Stauuley, was arrested yesterday, on a Brisbaneo warrant, charged; with kidnapping two.natives from the South Sea Islands. Davies was master-of the Stanley in, the labor traffic at the timetho vessel.got wrecked in Indihpensable Gulf. On. returning to Brisbane from the SouthSea Islands, pribt to his. last voyage,., ho c?lled at Lachlan Island, where his. men went ashoe.andcbumnt a native village.. They also, captuaedl two men nmssed Sea Whimtp.and Na Mee.. Davies recently agitated unsuccessfuily to. get the Marine. Board, in. this colony to grant him.another certificate, It is expected that he will be. brought before the police court tomorrow.-Age. Writinhgof'conversibns to Catholic. ism, it may be remembered that some years. ago Lord Robert Montagu, brother of'the present Duke. of Man chester, member for Huntingdonshire, and formerly Minister of Education. in, the Disraelii Ministry,....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 15 February 1884

Sander and Son's' Eucalypti Extiract. [From the "St. Louis Clinical Record," Feb. 1S81.] Eucalyptol in Albuminuria. By W:,t. HAZ.~no, M.D:, Prof. Princilhes and Pra.tice of N'edi cine and Clitlcal 1Medicine. St. IL Iis College of Phys'cinns and Surgeotis. I n. Ihls a t? 'n'gstt l for ?alile tilge it vewoailLt? Ihlil .lalllllsnitly Ifew 1n,y,. an I hi?u- n? ,tur I 1to It,'po I iI. r?":l'0f n Ihi. juilinlI. IiI sd .ne. f i flll l;r t. ,ll. hi.I hlss thi+ ll.? tell i.ih liI' iiti llireti rer of ii ,loia whicl wal llw otlllelr Ply owlI olhb ll. truel . The Illltll Ill l . , I r d tio. lle tItI Or; hln , f rn,,+ieh. itril hI'- dimente, Hit it 1a ra * . v • l:'l I w l.lIr* k l .?.u1·I in thlt rl. ttlu .llls'tl,. ,1, . h I'ulldinlg, I o.I wa l 1ht1 - 'nsi'tlh " x.oi-iied "o a.wr cc. V?ir hI. ii hei w 4i ttlo,.'kl with a pelon'ullail'l n .lil, of Ii :t i , l Ivlir 'pia:nist iIn d hi' ile h u"ll l illl a i .. Ilit i tal hii ralntillldll -iu 1, 1he atIii ' ltv, to i bfla.l c+1 am i. r il t er...

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