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WHITTLESEA. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 4 April 1884

WHIITTLESEA.. A very saccessful pic.nie waaheld' itll Mr. Timont's paddock oni the 21st ult, annual feto day of the Sunday scheoolt in coinnection with Christ Church, Whittlesea. Them were about 150 clhildlren present, who seemed to greatly enjoy the fruit, buns, &c., which Mrs.. Neville had undertaken to provide for them. After a couple of. hours' enjoy moent the tolling of the Church hell, announled the hour for divinlo service. The children mustered and with their •arents and friends filled the church. 3ite Incemnhnet, the Rev. T. R. Neville, gave. ant interesting address to the ahlildren, the suibject chosen being " The unl' of Samullnl." Mrs. Neville after wcrdt.read the list of donations in aid off the pie.nib and prizeans. M3r. Neville halulld the prizes. to the children, whlo sll received sonme leasinlg nieento of the dlay.. They t aoni riturned to the ddllhck,, whlere they hadl tea and a libernl: supply of oakes. anld'fruit, various gamnes entered' into, with spirit...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 4 April 1884

TV' COR~RSPO.D~~.VDI:YV. 71w. airnooJ freedom. eon.,i~tent. wfrh the ],,ouic~iie irestlwailh e orl~oo'ed'o 'orrtspo. drortoc ofarloseelclrr~, hot no retootoicotnoo ,oaP uoerwi-9 icaZe omoto,weo.&aooeaedt I ~nlbr~l~~ atWif /, cooJ~rJineji/, opdt4 acece Oft o~iqgtorOylteioJ~")po.il L'.tj Itt~ ca~nnot he hr4 eld. eeopooaihh.. Joe.tc op~inioooaexp~4tnowlK Id, Crreoctlonwls.

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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Calendar for the Week. APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 4 April 1884

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 4 April 1884

Death.. ELLIS.—On the 28th ult., at his mother's   residence, Yerang, of tubercular consump- tion, William Ellis, late head-teacher, Muckatah State sch0ol. Aged 22 years.  

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 — 4 April 1884

IlOLLowATIs. P'lutr are utroocifp rceoro mende to all erslons who two out tIon rIolo In power nod condliloti, whoso stomacnhs ore we.ak nod littO narrs ore, ihtterreid, ThIt b'aeliciil effects of theIiu I'ills will tIe oro elijtitlo llfer it fcw iiuyn' Tial, LItIIgii ia noore extetletl coursio monyy Ito required io reoeticbhllt ierfect l eIntI, Ilollowoy's seidllclnu uts ott fithe orgiotn illf digetion, anu retliucs coiiipleit retulitrlty IIlit th loititohi ovrr, ltutwriet , aInl kldneiuo, This tlreitititit it nmib titfo oiiii cd ertuii liI reuiiill, thu II tliroiigtiiyiuiiloslsteit Wilii oiuiintt thmit, ex. 3ierleiue, adcil oiiou tiiliiie.n 'hu iiirihiiit* tiiiiofi he 0111143 il ,0111iguiil lum nl e f oil oooitiic Iiiittlrr froithe 431 timiretmiiiii, Itiud thi xitet. oiioimit of etenlo lit imtilitt p100 r ntlt, mfl woy'uurttes o le, uaraI I powers of I-loto cvny's Pills, -rAovr. WEAK NERVOUS MEN. -v pe~irs t7, *Nheut en 000 premoo0t gey are noted by ezrouen s orron of youth, etc. M...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 4 April 1884

Sander and Son's Eucalypti Extract. [ Fromuthe "St..Louis Clinlical Record,' Feb. 1881.J,- ;!' u I ,.Euaiypt'Ol 'in Mlbiminuria. "qPrdf.'P,'inlcils nlIn ''iti , of D' ei s"'ine ilti Clit1iM'hl Mllicdin it Lois " .College ofI1 vlysiitahs ni l (iigeon.t . h'brY f' h ngla,. II'oe.' fail llnr, e l, ltl nlii h ~l-lls I hi l',,tl In llll t io lites oif li? hxallieh Iwatll lin.l ?.under iiy I'ntrilll? 'ih rIll , an lid nhii t e exit, l linter i tri,iih. 'ibTe"I ',lhow shinieal to 1,e the .vioh.n ofheuil?e Ilrihlll's dl?is?se;, hit. IL lis monne Ilan prohnhbe linat Lr lIlauen i' dian[ wVI'? s til cnrreet one i , ie. '. ii?rl'.'- t itpretttn; aged s f I iiiRtire.wu' , fuOlr sleveh ll . aw l thki. itneail inl the re I.ontll rll l''itt" If a Ihulllnlk fIIu, wl?i r ItI11e 4 eatn Ihttlly expo's.te4 to ewrll g iti .,lir\yIr ason. hi' I.se ttItndi l? itllh i peotell d ftor oftniles) , it er t nt d total teblrr.i' e h5rlrvtiin, llorate p iles and untl tre l ol eiati Ot eeii sh IiIlout 'it 'the hat ...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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The Evelyn Observer. Published Every Friday. FRIDAY, APRIL. 4, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 4 April 1884

.RIDAY;, A?rUIL. 4,. 1?88.. r The. ordiioary' monthly reet ings, of the Eltham. and Hei delberg Shlie Co cils: will be lekl orn Mond'ay and' Wednes day next res etive.ly, the Zthl and 9th ist, The Warrancyte Quadrille. Assembly notify by poster that a ball' will, be held in the Mechanics" Institute, Ander. soa's Creel,. QIa Easter Monday. night.. 'The elevem.th ananversary' of the. Independent Order of Rechabites,. Hope of Elthanm Tent,. No,. 59o,. will' be cele brated on Easter. Monday by'a tea and public meeting in the: Rechabite l-al?. EJtham. We unde stand that reference will be: made. by the: Rev. J.. B. Gason on Sunday inext, at St. Helena, Diam?ond Creel,. and Eltham, to. the life of His late !R. H. Prince. Leopokl DQuke of Albany. A disastrous railway accident occurred on the Geelong line on Wednesday night last, when an engine driver, ?waskilled,also a passenger, and, a large trutm-. her of persons woutnded A widespreald feeling of re gret has been. caused by the death of H...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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A Boy's Captivity. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 4 April 1884

?: : -'L -- ":r,? ,*? S-Iwas taken prisoner by tie IRled Indians" on the 7th of September, 1820, when I was in my fourteenth year. Previous to this, any father, about tbe year 1811, removed from hin house near tile Natural Drldge, Virginia;and settled on the waters of. the Ilue Stone, also in Virginia. HIe chose that region on aecou?t of thgreat fertility of theasoil, and its peculiar adaptatioll t t te raaising of steek. Ilsla fIamily consatisted at tis timor of bhimself, wife, six r chlid roa, of whom three were boys, I the oldest. As I said, laly father do. voted hmseltf prlcipally to, atockraising. Ioc usually kept, about one: hiundred horses, and a nulmber of oattlo. Our situa tio, was very lonely, however, being reeloto from the settlements, and conseqtaently ex posed to the incursions of the Indians but in spite of this, we lived for nine yenrs with. out experiencing any injury at their hands, except the loss of t few horses. At tihe and of that thin, I was captured ; and two...

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LOYAL CALEDONIA LODGE: ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 4 April 1884

I.AL. AUALEPOkD A LOLIE: ANNIVER SARY.. Ptiwvlant tondvertielnlenlt ndl'posters, imsued frolntlhias otHie, the ahove. lodge celebrated: the twelfth anniverenry of ite.opening. on Marcll 28th. Altihough tho.ispect of thi heavens were very far fronm promlising, heing a canopy of rain cloula Ifrom whllih a slight spitting: oc casimoally came, before the appoinhld houe of assembling (12 o'clock) ve hicles of larious kilds lbegan to rattle on to the little thwnshlipof Panton Hlill, aecolmiepnad by both equlestrianl anid pedestrialns. An the hourapproaohed the township, hegan, to wear a very gay appearance.. At the Panton IHilL Hlotel bhanuors were stretched right acros the road helaring in the middle the motto of the. order " frienlshilp, Love, and Truth," autuportied onl eithler side by " Welcome to All," anlll ad Knowledge in Power," and thile reverse, " Peace and Good Will to All ;" these heing well decorate'd with Ilowers gave the f eo a very festive alpearaIne, A littIn farther ln, ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 4 April 1884

S Shire, Notices. SHIRE OF i .W'H ITT LE SE A. T. ?N|IIS t or' Ivittled ulp ti II ant. ont .i11- it.lav 14-11k ,pril. tlYi, at It, Oi l:' i ttii , U ll hl'te ~'a l *en i in o r l n lln ite , ~,llhlat.iluce of .\laiIl l'tnyt rntl (in rrleperae nertons) (IU~lls Desque - iotliirmai, &?'. ??wt frotn Y'in Yenn . linel ta tit Holll - fiulr - - : c-hiInchaiusll and ur-lnl \?hlt-o auui0c -,Ip. - \,r . I?' (,lltb ' alllt, ll . 4Lt i.I drr; 'Pliy'd riioi-llt, llP7lltlll? 'IFTllrarer to enios e cdhi popait £,5per '?elll+, peidenltllnl a.t L Lh. ewSrTyor'0a resilente, llUIslllln, anl at wtll Yan?Yeus 1 plelt. .JA.1IES RAN, ' · ;ShL~ irelT SEcretiary. GoverauP e0t Notlces. - an Applications for a, Mineral Leasee IN i pnranuce oi'in .ch of'Pnrifjnt m ilnt 29 Vitrria, No. 2l,.1 Section 4l, it is liereby lllovtipd tlvat itter tho explastluli of nlta lliuntil f eot tilth lte hacriur it I ihI tendlll to t a nt" thi leaLse unlereli ntitoned sulbjict to l lll e t xciioal. noiothfiaolul,alll re?...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 4 April 1884

.+:l .,., iRO{? A ,, .1 ' , n.-*+,?,?T.,,?o I?'' llA ' I'' , ":i LINE OF COACHES YARIA 1IrA'P.1 NI) QUIP NSTOWN COACHI S, Tave Bl Iliblte, Swnoatml.otreet. dail!y s n p.llm. iy wvny of Alphingtoni;' lvaihioe, lilbdelberg, I ?itlhuan,' Kangaro' ormin,l I-, ton 11. ill,{.Watslou's; Creek , Clrlatmasi IllLlieIve Yarra l' atl, ail Queenstown ,it , I. t . . . . ... lo,:l.g coach leaves 2the Globei , liotel sMssi.sKERR .iaa Co. Proprietors' of t the -!, E W-A-N'B U R N T1)EOto informn thqinhasbitants of Lily - dale', 'Tirtsra Flatie?d, .surrounldling dail.tr , i 'iln .i/ i .he l., tr'.! ' ,ri to SU PP'LY SAWN TIMBER. 1,l., b ? tl.?* .t :, Il to sho:iu°1 uof" -i aOrianylillneiiioos ,aId olfLtlho'itil (" 'furn n iJ'lso ) ly t if r..; ,+- I,,, ItL, .." : .III .. rj d i4i0"! Delveredt at Yarra Flat,I at 10s, and Lilydaleiat 'ltp'eprl :O1 "FeL'suer. ial(o lleelally selected tlthber, for W heelwrlight l'urposea, at iIn Gd per 100 Fectuper., Mr II. I'errin; our lilydale agent, is open to. receiv...

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AN DERSON'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 4 April 1884

ANDERSON'S CREEK. : it oua O xttt .COR PONDENT.) alnz ve1ry ~ineseot to report that thei dyki "olhtiined in the, lopl, tunnel shows very goos coarse glhtL. This is solmethinlg extraonlilnary as it is very seldonu that golI is seen inr hrekil?g dawn the stuli; I snuy say that the. Creck is mainly dei?esdi' npoli-th.o succetss o htliis vea1turc, ttlle terid ; is very littlt dlouht ni' v that at the lower' level fair bet'tr roturns will tlohtlined. Of'irsl ig 011vii hari torte Frt llf ioj . Thlo twunol is !ow in a?out 3D10 feet. The largo contract for reosuving the. presen--Lt.ilge-over Tlolsonl't tbllly and forming tha roal thlroulg thie pr'i iRto property vIus. oat let, TLoders,, l.eset ?:It7, hbing colidelredtoohigh.. Fresh tendells will le c?lUtl for; A ball will be held on Easter Mon- day night, and the good character we liaye obtained four sucu'esaiu'thluthii s Ih' will, I am sure, guarluateoe a goodaint. It is intended to have a cricket match on the same day, either with Eltham ...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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TO THE EDITOR OF THE EVELYN OBSERVER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 11 April 1884

To Tt: EDSITOB OF HIS EVF.LYN OOSERVtR, bil,-lt is now a long time, since I plined myielf In communhiation wiltl yoli, aid, ini deed, it Is only when ally thliia iia forcbli arrested my attention, and I have felt thoe matters have taken. n inverse direction that I have emerged fron the silent arena within? which I am pleased to doutdetinu, for the pIur pose of speakllig out In a clear ringing tone the thing I have notlen , with a view to directing the nbservation of thiose peronel more ilonoedlltely Lconeorned to the oirolin-' stance, with tile hopo lthlat by doing no tile thing olight be put righlt or, if it be too late to do this, thilt It might prove a shrill note-n veritable steamn whistle-of wtaingtg for all tine in the future. Sir, title is the irelude, the burden of tl;nt whilli hollows . have mIost inlcerely to de plore, and lthad I been lnformed of tlhe fael through any other chaniiel tharn the on aby which tilh information renaohed tioe, my powers of helief would have beet...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Correspondence. Without endorsing the poinions of our correspondents, we shall be glad to interest communications bearing upon topics of public interest, which may be intelligently expressed and fees 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 — 11 April 1884

Correspondence. Without endorsing theopinions of our cor respondento, we shall be glad to insert coniunisiiulitlons bearing upon topics of publie intereut,which ma y be intelligently expressed and free from personnlitlea, on condition of receiving the writer's real name, not neoeoamily for publication, but as a guarantee of goAod talth. TO TilP EDITOR OF TIU EVELYN OBSERVEI Si,--The communication front your oar. respondent re the Church of England Sunday school treat, &c., at Whittlesea, was entirely misleading. Your correspondent must hare been very much misinformed. The prizes and eatables were purchased by the joint contributions of a number of friends. The prilea were distributed in tho Church by the Roy. T. Nevillo after an appropriate ad dress to the children and puretits by that gentleman. The prises consisted of a very beautiful and numerous assortluent of books chosen by Mrs. Nleilli, who, al considerable trouble, arranged the whole affir, :assistel ; of coorse, by ...

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 — 11 April 1884

GRATEFUL-COMFORTING. EPPS'S COCOA -- BREAKFAST. "By a thorough knowledge of the natural laws which govern the oprations of digestion and nutrition, and by a careful applicattio of the fine properties of well-selected cocos, Mr. Epps lus provided our breakfast tables withi a delicately-flavoured beverage which may save tes many heavy doctor's bills. It is by Ihe judicious use of such arttclesof diet that a conslltttitution may be gradually built up until strong enough! to resist every tendency to disease. Hundreds of subtle maladies are floating around us ready to at tack wherever there is a weak point. We may escape many a fatal shaft by keeping ourselves well fortified with pure blooe and a properly nourished franie."-See article in the Civil Service Gazelle. Made simply with boiling water or mlk. Sold only in Packets, labelled : JAMES EPPS & CO., IIOMtEOPATIIIC CIlEMISTS, LONDON. Alou Mahers of EPPS CHOCOLATE ESSENCS. Butter and Cheese. SBARTRAMT f and SON, 8 Queen street,...

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A Roy's Captivity. (CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 11 April 1884

(CONTINUED.) I lil now been travelling for four days bare-footed, `and, in' consequence of thlis, I had atone bruises on each foot, and my stffer. ings were excruciating. The waywas rouligh, and bruised and cut my feet terribly. Some. times I would wllk ove rattilesnakees, dread ing every moment to be stung by them; but the Indians would tot let me kill tle re ptiles, as they considered them friends. The sayages were provided with moccasins, and: could travel without inconvenience, so that it mat. toerd little to them how I sufferedl;' They tarried not an instant on my account ; and I was forced to push on with them, limping and groaning inwardly, bitt too proud to show by thu tear wwhich struggled to come to my eyes, but which I desolutely' forced back, how much I suffered from their cruel indliforence. A few daysottfer this, one of tlioe Indiana killed another buffalo. The nimal was.vory fat, and we cut off and dried enough of his liest to siut usireira lisle and ?from thisl time ...

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To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 11 April 1884

To Correspondents. I.' is requesICnd thtut Lottr e nrs d otlor ronlunIUstlotnI ntrended for ulier. tenin t) o I owlOW columtylo be uhureswuh to the :hhtor, To aro lhionvrnhooco anal sdeldoy nil hsushsesm aiiiiiltwtiiiist thsi hIItICttiIx or. der for the paper, ,urerhhoeuusunten, suod rpwmltateoa should 1,e adldreeae4l 0 tho thiepubihOer, iHaris, Scarce, ond Co, Paymcoho sony ho nnde by post. offloc coder, haok draft, or Victorisn postage rtsops,

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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The Evelyn Observer. Published Every Friday. FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 1884. SOUTH MORANG. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 11 April 1884

Published LEery 2'ridity. lfRI I)A., APRI1L II, IS8. S SOUTI- MORANGO. -.oo-0r A ten mieetin wai s ehi l i State Schnol No. 197., South tlomrang on 'LTuosday, 8th llst., when atbot 100 personls sat down to tea, wlhich was prepared in Mtr Chs. Turner's well-kiowwn t ilhient iwutler, and prcsided over by several yoltllg adlo en ainloeted with the Yesleyant Ilitlreh iIn the district, in aid of the fundt tof tboh the 1Wesleyan Church anud Sabibatli Hholol. After set had buenl at tended to all, the irner win f refreshted,l, mneeting was hlid, which was presided over hie .ir, Thollnus ltiruer, member of the WVe?elyan HolV. The eave. Mr. Smlith, the cIrcuit mindster of tthe diptrtct, lopenal the proceedinga with prayer,, after. which the Chalrneut, in a etaracteristio speech, erievioured to rouse the people of the distriot to support tIh cause of Chrlt 4% their m1e4lst, by nlintlg the Sabbath School by every mneans li their powversand anls! litiaaiki? the clturch In the services held iat t...

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WHITTLESEA. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 11 April 1884

WIIITT iESEA. (FROM OUR OW,0 CORRISPO'NIENTT:); On, Friday evening last the Whitt lesea people w.ere surprised and deliglite. 'to hear the strains of mnusit frntl at very. good' bantt!, consisting of about sixteen. sanll hnoys,.utaler the leadership, of'I:. hM. TIhompson, Esq. Upon inquiries, it turopd out to bo. front that very stendly. going pl?eo,, Mornng. The band! marched along hurch-street an'playo:l' severl popular airs and pieces il front lotlth Post Office, and soon conmaencedl to draw- a. crowd of' people, who mostly. fnolhvedt theto roupd to. the other mnith, places oF" busineoss, .wrptro they .again frivord thoe! with somemanre playing, After ftinislhing l, att tbqo tllnaps, where their conveyances: wert left, they welnt. hobreo shortly, after half-past oiglht o'clock pan. The people here sotmned highly pleoased; tand arTlokiol?gitforward to anotheor.visit., I see the bills are.out fhr-the opening of tlhe free library antd pulli Ihall for anl early tdate, and the. lions:...

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Mining News. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 11 April 1884

Mining News. BALOIIAN.TI:, PtuktonI IiUI,-J rn1 21 toiie, Cloaiicict up oil Tolmday night lust, 214oz, lfdwt, was obtaihned. Mtono takoui fom :i0 root levol, Intend orushihig rnnuduuinor diruotly afteor te Easter liolidgey,.

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