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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 29 December 1882

?n~rtfruzrtam .llllt..F~lr.?gutlnt irlIEyfDS Wholn htave pnunlisrtld thortItp riou.inil to hleil Ihlltto int1liid oIf itl NeW t(Iorllh. Ire ilditeLy I'teqiistetd to piny tile atnltllltUt t theirt.rll iite itli : teion tiect. It M[ . II. G. S ltItIt, lIon. Tro'aisurer, Coolinal ItoInk, lilydale. Impoundings. I. EIIDELBFRo.-Intponlt ded at Illdel br.. ll'g on 18Lth Itccellber, 1.82. Roon hull, WVC lnear hlndtquarter If not elnthned and explensc.,t pald to be sold 17th January, 1883. W. A. 1. IIACIKETT, 2s.. Gd; . Poutndkeeper. Strayed SNTO my Paddock, moute-colorerd Iony I mare, twro hIlld feet whitei, white blae down face, hmndel II oun near rump. ... The-owner can h.ave saneo by paying expe . - IICIIARD WALLIS,T .l~thiun lhtel. For Sale, 1i 7o4o CHOSSIJUED IIRNEDING i If E\ S, fItl ni mouth, in Itut o sulit purhestiIt. , S J. A. MACFA.L'ANR, SHnzelgletn. : MEEDICAL NOTICE. HENRY J AMES, ·M.R.O.S.,E,; LTh.C.P.; L.M., &c (It Ite If tlamitlun), SAS COI.I.:tNCEID PlltACTIClt at ...

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 — 29 December 1882

The- -Colonial - -Mutual Life 'Assurance Society, Limited. Mutual Life- Assurance,'1En downients, Annuities. 84 ainid F6 iollino-st~rrl i i"t, t'olliourne. fllui'ep ht: nil the ).ninniesi s- c li'tl--'re'ideel r.t - , . " v 1'r i'hn: Sir J. ieo. loeg liuoo'i, Vr.r.C 't'he lion. 'ir Iitt,-.' 1roho,0 II .C' 1(, I ' '({ivi I' fhiir'rfi'liii ,,`.l ";,;ri T'ile li%-. 11 I'Iew liner, M.A, Iii l' iiio , l ,. IS;'7l ,-+ivil, .1 I '., hlrh'oo l, r io' IboirlnG: 'l b.' I1II1I, A. T1. l ieillk , \t.P . \·llillllLI (\*II Ihaynls: \Y.·-l ic ks..el, tlrlillllu·I'S.X, ' " . .pl, .1 ,holitii Marl ii , I.S'S., ' iim lg · "" lI Ii trieor '''i fijo l cih . ihm' t1,.'ip ;m r'oii~ii n'In·ri, -J 'rl i a"liir LIe h.i re.09 ,re rr 4AllI I'ridihi'o Torl i:' IiiIIli, £hi1 al,24:l. ' ý "ý: e~ i, ..//yy!'' 1, 141. f;'Q mI f m' li mm h{iiiii'". ,:rs .nv· m r fir."~"S'~ NEW AiTYIS FORGLAN.Y1A 6,421 1'roposnlsl leer £1.50^.891)B. . - Orgaon In tu rs imrii i,llii r in £5le882liii8.i i ' ·''t.T-J'AQUEs MARTIl'N, "i...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 29 December 1882

Butter and Cheese. T BARTRA'4 and SON, 8 Queen street, S. Melbourne. are cash buyers of all I).\IRY PRODI)UCE at highest market Consignments received, Ac count Sales promptly ren dered, Advances if required. Extract from " Australasian Trade Review." " HMesrs Bartram and Son,besideu being the largestexportero of hutter in the colony, are also the largest exporters of cheese, and Agents for several leading cheese factories.' WARRANDYTE Mechanics' Institute AND FREE LIBRARY. Subscription, 5s per annum. The reading room is now open to the public. Mechanics Institute & tREE LIBRARY. 500 VOLUMES IN CIIRCULATION. Subscription, 5s per annum. The Library is open to the publi? for reading and exchanging books, on Wednes. days, from 3 to 4-30 o'clock p.t. ; Satur days, from 7 to 8 in the vetiting. Subscriptions received (half-yearly) by the members of Cotmmittee, tile Librarian and the andersigned. J. SCHOFIELD, Secretary. IMPOI PI'ANT ANNOUNCEMENT ! S-?- I ... ._j CRAIG, WI LLIAMSON ...

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CHRISTMAS MARKETING. THE VICTORIA MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 29 December 1882

CHRISTMAS MAiRKEt ING. TillI VICTORIA MiARIh i T. The chimes of the Post-oflice clock r sound drowsily on the ear in the small hours while the great commissariat en campment. is lHinig formled at the Victoria Market.''It is '2 o'clock "on the Saturdlay iilorning IHfore Chiistmas, and this is the huge mart whence the Christmas dinners of the great city now asleep largely come.` The preparationi is ample-it is inlmense. 'lThe' wide area of the market oni both sides of the street which divides it fills up rapidly, as the waggons laden with produce rattle over the stones to take up their staitioiis; Front every quarter for miles .around the city they come" lunibering along in an apparently endless line. Thlis is the monstir gardeners' display of the'year. .A great harvest will .be gathered by' the salesmen. ?$lu army might be provisioned by them, Mel ihourie and its suburbs will lay in'a three days' holiday siege-it will be a liberal Christmas store of good things. For three days there ...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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Only Human. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 29 December 1882

. :;i: * .IU.-'?. ma . ," Well;, if Charley tlhinks am perfect, I iam nsorry, that is all ;,for hI will flt I hhn-. self sadly- nisthken," nil. Carrie Arm. strong. ; " T'rht is just what I told hitm, Carrie," said her couidn Elthel,:" Though you llaove as- few faults as most of us, you are not it divinity by any menas; aind, as you call believe it, he was quite offended at my frankness, and said I was wanting in true affection and regard for his promuised wife; that I was ihypocritical ,in professing so much where it did not exist, when it was only for Ilis happiness and yours that I spoke as I did.'" " I shall try to make Charles happy, and I believe I shall, in a measure, succeed," replied Carrie ; " but you know, Ethel, what a hasty t'mper I htave; I am afraid I shall notcontrol itany better with hinm thatu I have with my own friends at home. The first xereiso' of it will, I suppose, make the divinity step down from iher pedestal. Charles is foolish in that respect." " That heis,...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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NEW PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, LILYDALE. LAYING THE FOUNDATION STONE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 29 December 1882

N IW PItESBYTERIAN OC-URCII, LIMYDALE. LA.YIN THE FOUNDATION STONE. As already notified in theose columns the foundation stone of the now Preshy terian Church, propose I to be erected by thie Lilydale congpregtion in Ander son-street, was II ? on Friday after noon last. The II n. James Balfour, a.LC., accompanic4 by the Reve. ])r. fMercer, Groundii?el?r Fraser, anl l[amilton and M'r.. iE. 1[. UaLLeron, 31.LA, proceeded from Melbourne by thie afternoon train arriving in Lilydale at 5.15 and at, once proceededl to the site selected, in ord.r that the ceremoeny might take place at the lruvertised tinme viz., half-p.at five o'clock. A large nmlber of the members of the congre gation, together with some others of the townspeople assembled at the spot, and the Rev. A. Mackin, having intro ducted the Hon. Janmes Balfour in a neat speech, appropdiate to the occasion, handed to Illhat gollntleman a silver trowel bearing the ilneription, t'retelitl to o the lion. J.Ste l IltAroun, M[L 0., On ...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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LAST WORDS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 29 December 1882

LAST WORDS.'' Prince Albert-"!'.I have such sweet thoughts" Altmont-" My principles havo poisoned my friend, my extrava gance has beggared my boy, my un kindness has murdered my wife; and is there another hell? O, Thou blasphemed, yet most indulgent, Lord God, hell itself is a refuge if it hides me from Thy frown I" Jeanne d'Are ended her eventful, stormy, life, utter ing the sweet name of ".Jesus." Dr. Arnold-" Thank God for giving mo this pain. Ilow thankful I am that my head is untouched." Richard Bax ter-" I havelpain-thero is no arguing against sense-but I hlave peace I" Boileau-" It is a great constlation to a poet about to die that he has never written anything injurious to virtue." Lord Byron -" Shall I sue for meroy Come, come, no weakness; lot's Ih a man to the last." Queen Elizabeth "All my poessesions for at moment of time." Georgo IV., to Sir Wat ken Waller, who was assisting hiint" to a seat when death caine-" Watty, what is this? It is death, my boy; they have deceive...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 29 December 1882

:·LINE OF COACHES' 1,ybuai~ ici.Ai'S ANII Ii,','oiW II Ito. , i ~ooo Xoo I"1l lll'i Qylio'.IYl~lllli~ll * Itlr(l~llg oo t'oc Lto(lliohoe do~nlly4. '1 olil Messra. KCERR and Co. ProplrR tors of theb E~W A NB U RN' 13: Or 'alny d i llrtnooni 1nf.ll theollil 'dl~ilolo.n 41.d I in" jirido nior1."01t1100'tr fI, l~arlnO4,141 ~jWi .011 lloR1J4i.l'41nilrl. Mr: ·:iOii. !itlcr llo, h ,i ullloal, fll`.0OI1 A1 gloni- tmppii'i of li·,ttior . In ,,lwny a.kotl .1 ttoyolrilo~ dilt Iltot I. tlto i1'olotl''Ritoe.~ ilil,i AND·illl CO.lll/ll I ·i:ii. ilrl ./ Stod~l ail Allrnti SI f/ejof,4id:) ocu/s, ~ 45· B ourke-stre et W ~Vest. (·~Nt'c.rt .Ki;irh'o Jitlac)n; ·! * te *' coo hk or tii o'll ctl; oi'll~tt1ii 1'' 11001 po~iittionC no tt *od If ltllll~i t, * JTt~ovo I (Irendl with 0004lll~~1. lilt c'riot ooy'I~ltiltl, tb n'n ern wl rc1,.'lt Ilrto II)'J) rioit~ltito i'ottllt 1011(1l hun. 100ttlll l:'iil lilintOb4' isvlll~Lt l llc '1 nn 044003 11111 to to a'it Iton HtooULI~lltorulry 0ll~t1'lll\IIlt'Q ltII1 l...

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HORSE AND DAIRY STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 29 December 1882

IIlOtSE AND ,)Ill I S'n'CI. (Lhiphell. Prntt.,n I O.i.report. N?o. 27: Hloreo.-T'he holiday senan hbo htla its ilusual intiuence on tho week'i hulinie., nld " t:tlld tonsactlions hvel;c nly evnetltic a few dnay attention. Tie market, clooE firm with Sfair r deallld? for t goil.. servicebleo home?. na. g4mLg it. for cunllry hloel for .Tlllnry supply are light, ral we nnticiiatOe satifne try pricl? will be renll~,l_ wVe old carriage rpain to 210gs; sulteior saidle anld harune .hses, £22 .tlo £14; extl heavly dLraughts, ;2 10 to £44 ; omnibus anl spriug-cnrt hoves, l12 to £22 ; conlltrv hlore? aiervcnl?l £10 is and Ct. 2ps r hIel sech I~t re?l??,tively. IDairy stokck,--o chlllng to repolrt. Frosh a milker inld spriinger, to clIve in six weeks,. . in fair cldemand, value, roum 5 Eo to l£41i 5i.

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The Evelyn Observer. Published Every Friday. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 29 December 1882

Published Ecery Friday. FRIDAY, DiCIIMBERI 20, 1882, IT was not until Saturday l]st that we became aware that certain unltruthtful statemenits hivo for someo wiolks pasthenn industriously circulated in the Lilydnlo district in connexion with tho rceunt controrersy between the Elthnil Shiro Secretary and the Iilydlle Shire COui cil, or, moore correctly, sollle nlllllllnors of it. It is now boldly assurtcd-- andl the stntmllnlt il otvidintly lbelilvedll i so801 quarterr-that us Ioulhti, uuf '!lrroslpon dencelenhcti ngthe qurethll ref'rrfll I w Iorwarlol to s 11nd rlfuse?l inuiortiollu hi the lOI i errer. A more uniitrue or nilliciols Ptatnltllllmt wIas I??el r lperp! .llt tid ibut it is only o1 a plr w'ith the tactics pursued by cortnin interested persons throughout the whole discussion. Ooe instaince will serve to illustrate this. In the early stages of the controversy a quantity of correspondence was publishedl in a suburban contemporary and thel question was asked in the Council Ch...

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QUEENSTOWN POLICE COURT. DECEMBER 27TH. (Before J. A. Panton, Esq, P.M, and Messrs' Armstrong and Cameron, J.P.'s.) [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 29 December 1882

QUEENSTOWN POLICE COURT.   December 27TH. (Before J. A. Panton, Esq, P.M, and Messrs. Armstrong and Cameron, J.P.'s.)   Constable Hayes V. John Kaye- Cutting timber on Crown Lands without a license. Fined 5s. Same v. John Logan-Cutting timber on Crown Lands without a license. Fined 5s. Sanmo v. Patrick Canrucan--lnsultingwords. Fined ris. W. O. Farrell v. Michaenl Cnrnean-fDebt £2 14o Order for nnount and 7 od tcoalts. F, Millar v, Joepyi Bands--l)ebt, £t 1Is. Bottled'nout of court. Tihoe following lieenses were renewed : James Anderson, Counaolllora' Arms I JTunao Hude, ]otel 1Uo Frnne I Joihn 0. Knell, St, Andrew's lnotel; John H, Saelbulrg, Blmtnraek lotel I tolbeitt Lowmanna; Chtristmas 11,Hills Holoel Alfrel. Lowman, J.unctton liotel Wi lliam 0. Farrell, Yarm "lots lIotal; John InlUy,)' Wataon's Creek iotul I Jioaelh l1. Caudwell, wlo IIOenseo. Trnnsfer fromn John Illaley to I. F, Morrh ot the Watson's Creek IHotel, A Ilunow wintol lteous waus granted ...

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A LADY'S DIFFICULTY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 29 December 1882

A LADY'S DIFFICULTY. I do not like a man that's tall ; A man that's short is worse than all. I much abhor a man that's fat ; A man that's lean is worse than that. A young man is a constant pest ; An old one would my room infest. Nor do I like a man that's fair ; A man that's black I cannot bear. A man of sense I could not rule ; And yet I would not wed a fool, A sober man I will not take ; A drunken man my heart would break. All these I most sincerely hate, And yet I love the marriagc state. Hlollowiay's ()lutuent anld P'll.-DIsetses of the lIowelI.-A retitredy which IIhas beent e'etel and proIllved In a thousudlll diffelrentll ways, ialllll lof eradilcatilg polslonlus Iti1n from uletrs and heiu lirlug thel up, mierlis ait trial of its capaeity for a?xtraelilg thet Internal coirruptions friiom the bowels. (IOn rublllig Ildlllhoway'sti lllutintet repeatedly ol to Ittidoletllt, a rasl attlppears, anid its It hlckenl . the alvltie Irritability atlabialen. Acting an 1 uIrrlatie'llv, th ...

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My New "Ticker." [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 5 January 1883

My Now "Ticker." For snnm tlieu p1.l I Ith te been a regular coaltriboitr to a well-lntllll operiodical.; halt as my ItaliceIs Ililrry, lill as I alne 0ays sign SSalu," ly friends,tfar from asI.gniag thlese excellent elfslions of miy brain to mte, lid not even suspect latof putting pen to paper. 'IThe secret came out through my sister Margaret. Early one morning ite. giltdal gently into my room, and quietly peeped over my shoulder. I went on with my writing unconscious of this surveillance. She read enough to satisfy herself tihat my time wan not entirely taken up with writing Latin verses or construing Greek choruses. At length tier surprise betrayed her presence, and I stormed heartily at her, and tried to catch bold of and detain her. Sihe escaped, however, and laughed merrily at tuyintemperate anger. The gong sounded for breakfast, and I pushed my lianuscrips into a drawer, and rapidly ran down stairs after her. I now Maggio waiting at the breakfast room door, and I hloped to be...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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DIAMOND CREEK RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 5 January 1883

DIAMOND CREEK RACES.' The above annual races were held at Diamonld Creek on Saturday last, :0th December. The wetather was fine and tile attendance good. There were very few racehorses on the course, and con sequently very few computed in each event. Four out of the live advertised prizes went to the representatives of the Yrra Flats-Mr. J. Irvine's Eclipse *'inning three and Mr. T. Armstrong's Beeswing one. Some amusement (not for the racehorses) and a little excitement was caused at the finish of the ruaning of the Nillumbik Handicap. After the race was run the required distance, about two miles, and the horses pulled up, Booswing being the winner, sonme one sang out that they had to go once more round the course, with this the jockeys whipped their hornes round and started off afresh, using whip and spur freely, Plover corming in first. Great was the chagrin of the owners of Ilorses and the jockeys when they found that the final spin syas only an hoax. Stewards:-Mossis. F. W. Ell...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 5 January 1883

Impoundings. HNIIDlElfERA .-Tmponaled at liledel L berg oln 18lth ecemiier, ldt. Roal Bull, \VC near hind quarter If not cllimed and expenses paid to be sold 17th January, 1883. I. A. B. IIACKETT. 2s. Od. I'ouudkeeper. Strayed ' NTO my' Paddock, mouse-colorel pony mare, two hind feet white, white blaze down face, bmaned II on near rump. The owner can have same by paying cpenstw. xpn IOIIARD tWALLIS, Eltlham HIotel. For Sale, 00i l COIHSSIIItEi) IBRFEDING S W11' IS5, full monlth, l lutes to suit purclhamers. .1. A. MACFARLANlE, lnazelgben. Butter and Cheese. J BARitAMII nild SON, 8 Queen street, J Mellhourne,. are cashl buyers of all DAIRY PIROIDUCOI at hilghest market rates. Cohsigniients receivel,. Ac count Sales promptly ren. dered, Advances if required. Extract- from " Australuisiun 'l'rade Review." , Measrs nartraml and Son,hesides being the largest exporters of bultler In the ollony,are also the largest exporters of ch:leese, and Agets for several leadinlug cheese fatuorles." M...

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THE BOARD FOR THE PROTECTION OF THE ABORIGINES. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 5 January 1883

THILE BOARD FOR TIIE PROTEC TION OF TIHE ABORIGINES. L. meeting of the board for the pro toction of the aborigines was hold yes terdaty alfterloon. Thore were present Mr. EI. Curr (in the chair), Mr. C. M. Olliicer, M. .L.A, and Mr. E. 11. COnme ron, M. L.A. The secretary (Captni;i .Pago) ro portel that he had visited the Lake l[indliarsh lld Condlih stations.' At the formelllr the crops were found to hanv booni very good ; thor was plenty of grass, the sheeoop nl cattle wore looking well, and tlhigs generally wrore satis factoryl. 'The blacks, however, wero said to be very ilndolent, and thie neces sity for nldopting stone motns of maikilng tlhmlll do mIloro work was urged. The ttiatronl at Corndalrrk wrote ask ing for at reconsidoratiott of the decision of the Board to request hIto.reslign, but it was resolved tonIdh er to that 2Mr. Goodall matintage at Cnrillorrk, wrote compllli ' of ilt lFtcotnttodationt provided fir liilnt lid of the decision of the Board. tllat lid' titht ot l...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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LICENSING COURT. (Before Mr. Panton, P.M., and Messrs. J. Lithgow, J. B. Elmes, and E. English, J.P's.) [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 5 January 1883

LICENSING COUIIT. (Before Mr. Panton, P.?I;. and Messrs. J:.. Lithgow, J. iU Elmaes, and E. English, J.P's.) Renewals were applied for by Messrs. D. Lithgow, II. D. Artis, John Oramloill, Mary• haullr, William Park, EnsaR Kitchinguman,., Jamns Claxton, Ahi Yow, Mary Ann Wigginu,. J. Nwart, Eliza Lharpe, George Wiggin-all' grantea . Mr. Pltlton, remarking that con-.. Ilaints hrul been nmadu of the great want.uf. accumnoalatlion in nearly all the hotels. . The following tnrasfers were gnnted :-. Robert HIenry to Fnmudis Edgeomutbe, Crown. Iotel, Lilydal ; Currie to Laura Smaitl,, Beefton Hotel, Ioeefton. Wine licenses were renewel. to Louis Doerchamp, Alfred Ilhnd, .Tlmnts Slater, I enury: Thomnas, and Louis lugwserson.

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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A FIJI TRAGEDY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 5 January 1883

A FIJI TRAGEDY. The following is sent by n correspon. dent of the Ileekly Adetloate :--" A tragic affair has recently occurred on this peaceful island of Ovalau, which has caused dloop feeling and consildernble sympathliy. A settler lives at tlhe back of the islaml who is well known in Syd ney, particularly' at Ashliehld, where ho once resided---Calptain lMiaughan, who is the largest exporter of bannlas to Sydney. His danghtl r was nmarried the other day to a Mr. Dnvid Moore, from Now Zonland, and they went to live on a disputed piece of lalnd called Waindlau, near the Lovoiti Valley. On Saturday afternoon, as Mrs. Moore was sitting alone at the door of her house, a Fijian, armed with a brightly glemning nxo, marched up to her and struck at her head. In shielding her face with her hands site received terrible woundls oil theml, anild cut oni her forehead. One blow gashed her neck, another lait open her chest, another nearly sovered her left arlm, antd she fell for dead. 'lThe assnil...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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LILYDALE ANNUAL RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 5 January 1883

LILY?DAIE ANNUAL RACES. The above races were held on the 27th December last at Brushy Creek. T'here was a good attendance of, the public, and the different events passed off antisfactorily. Mr. I. Blair acted as judge, Mr. J. Rourke as starter, and 'Messrs J. Rourko, R. Blair, and H. Hughes as handicappers . The stewards. being Messrs. P. Woulfe,: T. Duggin, 1H. Hughes, B. M'Aleeso, L. Deschamp, J. Swiro, C. Blair, and D. Lithgow. . The following is the result of the running: MAIDEN PLATE, Of '0 soees. Oh' mile.' Weight for age. Entmance, 10s. Mr. A. Ilhitton's Catio .. - . Woulfe's Mldnighlt ..... ... 2 - Swcethlnt'e I)on Volt ... Grasshopper" also started for this race hut slih ran oilf the course. oUloDLe ,AcF. Oimi l'uIilodicapl h i o sos. "Dlsnteisc about :two mils, over 8 jumpsalbout 8ft Gin high. Entrance, £1. Mr. W. Towt's Fnowden ... 1 - D. Lithgow'Myowes.ayiuwer, .. . 2 - :W. TowL's larrielr . .. LILYDALKI HANDICAP. Of 20 sove. Distance sloult two miles. En. tr: athnce, LI...

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LILYDALE POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29TH. (Before Mr. Panton, P.M., and Messrs. G. depury, J. Lithgow, J. Rourke, J. B. Elmes, R. Black, E. English, and E. Hunter, J.P's. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 5 January 1883

LILYDALE FOLIOE COURT:.. FRIDAY,. DEO-oBEF 2DTII.. (Before Mr. Praton, P.M., and Mensrs. G. do-. P'ury, J. Lithgowl J. Rourke, J. B. Ehlms,' IR. BlackJL nglish,.and L. lHunter, J.P'o.. Mrs. James, wife of, a farmer residing at South Waudin, was proce?ldn against by a. neighbour named Johne,]. Muller, for wil fully destroying vegetables and trees in his. ganlen to the extent of LS.- The evidencco producat by plaintiff provaithat Mrs. Jamne only took three cabbages at.the invitation of Muller. Cato dismlssal with 20s costs. Police v. George Patterson and William Powitt. The defendants wore chorgecd with stripping wattle bark fromloft Crown Lands on the 5th inst. ; and George Purser with aiding anl abettilg the Fame as employer. The two first-uamed were flued l20s each, which Punrer the emiployer- wa onlcred to pay. Charles lfugheson hail, was chargedl with crminianlly assaulting Elizabeth Ann llnmil. ton, ngel 1I years, on thle nighteof "thle 15th n!t. Mr. McIcKen appearred for;llghts...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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