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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 9 May 1884
ti . ' CORRESI'ONDEN1TS. he! utlnost freedom consistent with tho. public interest, will be alltmed to correspon dents of all cbansse, but no.communications will under anicy. icaeunataztecs be inserted, uniless authentlcated ly ltlu rreal'anoand-, ,,address of thel"writer,' wbhecl will be . regarded as strictlt cotlidenlial, and'' serre ax a gmrantee of good JJ ith. WYe cannot be held Tresponsible for the opinions expressed by, corresponadents.
ANDERSON'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 9 May 1884
ANDERSON'S CREEK. (FPox an. owN CORESr'ONI?ENT.) The prospectus has been is sued for reforming the Pig Tail Quartz Mining Company. I think it will be successfully carried out. This is a step in the proper direction. Mr. Hare, the Police Mag istrate, has given his opinion of what a traveller under the Act, with reference to Sunday trading, is. Mr. Trezise, as will be seen by the Police Court report, was summoned for Sunday trading, on, as the policeman stated, a complaint from the Anderson's Creek Hotel. Mr. Hare dismissed the case, remarking that a man who had travelled 22, miles was justified in being supplied with refreshment,
ANDERSON'S CREEK POLICE COURT. Monday, May 5th, 1884. (Before Messrs, Hare, P. M., and W. Hutchinson, J.P.) [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 9 May 1884
ANDERSON'S CREEK POLICE COURT. Monday, May 5th, 1884L (floforo RlMsars. HaUm, P. M., and \V, ]utichlinson, J.P.) \V. Sharp, W. Andrews, two cases, and J. Johnston, drunk and disorderly, were fined sPandl 2Sa d jcosts Inj 'Andrew's the first casq wnal dismissed.j lie produced a testimonial signed by tlh leading pwrsons bn theaCrowkt at-. inn lie was ait rspotnabl hliardwo Iilg SMAsithaln v. -Millar, of-Ringwood; using abusiyo language. In this case evidonily the proscoutor and his wit: nesses did not pwish.to press.llto.hlrge,. Mr. Iare renmrked that had tleoy had dlon so it wiihl lhavo been s'evere on him. Case dismissed. SPolice v.. Richalnrds-Cutting)titriboe on Crown LainlIs without a licenso. Fined 5s and 2s lid costs. Polico v, J.Keltn-Sameno Fined s and 2a Gd coste. Police v. F. Trezise for supplying drink to Joshua Ely on Sunday, he not being a bona fied travelle, Joshua Ely stated he did not represent himself &nbsp; as a bona fide traveller, but he had walked 22 mile...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 9 May 1884
L? .i1111 I ?II "??"--- ---"-+-m "- . ander ant_ Son's Eucalypti _. Extract. [trom' the "St.Louis Clidelca lliecord," .. ' _-' - . 'I 88 lt ] S1 . Eiioal'yptl in Albuminurla, ]ly War. Il...Dtn, )I.D,, rrof PrinociplIit antd Prletlce of loedi clet andl Clinical Metlch iuo, St. Iouls Colleog; nf lthysidcliits und Sugt'eon. I Y tirurtl, Pva. l ,n?i Ihtlnr,1.1, S hl. a l eos l holt lltullgl foir slllletime in rie lltivo ttl thhw comp' tanli tely ' ti w trust!. Ia1,i hasi enullg tt Ito plllrlrlt III rt-s s In this j ,l ulnll. . llluti n'ulr of i full report, he hi.'kihitlle fitl i htil lthe palrlitulnrs of n t'iuis whlich wis' ell ldo Itlr rIIIII hOle, aInu -nd thi, h exh lll td myi; llerret ereally,-ur,f't itihlent efeiled hto Ie the lesithn of eItUlit' richt's d' itsllse, but it Is ItOle h I~isU' iprohaItle that )r, Il~iues'Ia illtnstit, wits thie Corrrc mu-*.-. ('. oE,t-A entlrlnllt, aICel foirtyliCe. wits w ai fipr N svelutn? wei k ',eItrstll th the re tonsl rneltin nf a huldite, anl...
A HINDOO POEM [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 9 May 1884
A IIINDOO POEM STlio following ae extrnets Ifro Mat thew Arnold's translation of 'Mahabbar ata, the great Indian epic : A mother's heoart outweighs the earth ; A father's fondness goeth forth Beyond the sky ; thoughllt' ah outpass The winds, and woes grow more than grass. -Truth is to heaven the bosat of ways; S[And a knid?lthe ins liuj pU 1 ldays." Sons arq jthe second _ souls. ofdintan, And' wives the .heaven-sont frileds; Who loyqth nrost of',saints'.is first; Of badl mnofi ruol men are the worst." " , hir l i . .,. 'j i il .' Be master of, thyself ift thit( wilt be Servant of Ditty. SIli asl thou shalt sea Not' slE-subdtlinsgdo'tididetid s of good In youth or1;age;, iil!nhousonlold or in wwood. r.. i.jr;:, But wise men ikiiowv lust Virtue is best S bliss, i',.. . And all ly siome otd wy may reach to this. It needs not monl should pass through orders fo ,' :;,r ; " To come to Kuowledge ;doingi right is more Than any learning; therefore sages say, Best and niost xcelloiit IViiktoe...
Eleatoddy Organ Case, AND HOW IT SETTLED ITSEL'. [CONTINUED.] [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 9 May 1884
AND HOW IT SETTLED ITSEL'. BY ROBERT FORD, Author of "Ivumeonou ScoTcu R nDIwNOs," &e. [CONTINUED.] Of course, M'Fumle, the tailor, was busy. M'Fuflio's aye busy t and the scarcer o' wark he gets the busier he becomes. He had been wattin' au opportunity to--for husiness reasons--mlk' himsel' o' some ser vice to the factor, and, in his sin opeenion, the time had now come. Within an hour after the 'first Intimation o' theproject he was ilaf?n' ower the surface o' the earth like a raggit blanket on a windy day. M'Fufleo was here, 1I'Fufflo was there. M'FuMfe was everywhere-but generally at the factor's I only about dinner time. S" We'll neoed to convince them by ocular and auricular demonstration!" he rushed into the factor's diniu'roomu exclaimn' ae day. Ell" ".gasp'd Corbie. '* W-What, Tamni?a ? Wha's uglier than an irregular demnlolstratlonrY' ; " I'said we'll need to convince them by octilar, and 'arilcularr demonstration in other words,. convltce thetm through their senaso...
MINISTERIAL VISIT TO THE YAN YEAN. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 9 May 1884
INISTERIAL VISIT, TO;TIIH 1 s ': YAN YE AN : On Satu , la?t, thu istt Messrs Setice, ?GOillins nadl luakiit.? 1cono. pantied bylMessrs. E. HI. Cameron,l A. Harper, JLjoItrris,'and F. 'I'. Derhala, M.L ,A.'s, lift"the White Hart Hotel, Melbourne, at 9 a.m., in two drags ene route to the Yan Yean, which place they reached aboIt 12 o'clock, and were nmet by some of the nmuanbo?s of tlhe Whittlpose ýShre.Council dli4 qfRo i a h ottlln otio? of tio tisorvoir theoy pdjdimrn etl;tto, tho6? Council-chanmbor, Morris's Yai Yea:u_ flotl?,. -wlejin suaiptuons repast wns laid out, alnd at the invitation oE. ,Mr. E, H. Camueron,. thJe Ministers aul Memhlers of Parlia tent;-togeothor with -eight"nmonibers oft 'the ,Vhittlseso Shiroe .omuncil,. viz.,. Councillors Thomas (The L'resid'ent), Morris, Reid, JIarmer, lBassett, Coalt hard, Marshall, and Nelson, also the. Secretary, Mr. Jas. Ryan, tlesEngineer,, Mr. Lockwood, atulex-president Willis;: also Mr. C. S. WVigrove, Secretary of the Eltluant Shir...
The Evelyn Observer. Published Every Friday. FRIDAY, MAY 9, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 9 May 1884
ghe Q3 et ni ibbcrucr, PIublished)l Evci'y F'rteny. Notes friom .l~ilydale" will alppe'a in ouLrI ncxt issue. An untertai lnmnt takes, place this evening ii the' Mechanics' Institute, qurudrlstown. The Whittlesea and,Heidel 0 berg Shire Councils' will meet on MondAy : and eWednesday ndxt respectively, the Iath and z4th inst. A bazaar in aid of the. Austin Hospital was opened-yesterday (Thursday) in the' Hall, Hei' delberg, ' and cointinues to!day aid also to-morrow. A great success is anticipated: i't _='. : Mr irH. Lampe, heiad-teacher ofl the Queenstown State school, *etakes his departure, to-day,.to take possession of a school near Geelong.'-Mr.-'Lampe think ing to better himself, ai mutual exchange of schools -was ar ranged- between the respective teachers. Regret is expressed at the departure of Mr. Lampe, who. has during his career, at Qudenstown .varmlec ,himself into the ".confidence of the parents andi; children alike. :\Ve wish him successa in his future field of labour. A...
ELTHAM SHIRE COUNCIL. Monday, May 5th, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 9 May 1884
1 L'VtIAM ShIRE COUf'CIL. Monday, ,ay 5th, 1884. The ordinary nmonthly meeting of the iaove Shire Council met on Moni day' last, 5th inst., at the Council Ohasmber, Kangaroo Ground,'there be ing present' The President (Cr. Came ron) and Crs. Wallis, Bealo, Iowsman, jM'Adaso, HJe , IRpbinsnn, and Arm 1 trog! tI 1 r i Th' minles .of thle previo}s, meotig ):weore re' " nd' co nfrm ed.' C 'P Fromi Coistablo" Fitz.girldMd;'Qeuee=a d own, accepting appointouuatu of health inspector for that district. From-Pilice-Department;,- Msnetion. ing the.appointment. , ; , . : Front A. Morrlh, Secretary, Lands Department; i' reply, intin"tin t lthat tle h Yarra .Flats Park . could not i Ld legally leased. From J. Taylor, Yarra Flats, in re ply, concerning groundl lessedl to him by the Council, asking to be relieved I thereof ; tha the ground wus unfenced, and that he hadt no cattle thereon since he paid last rent. As a doubt was ox pressed as to what steps the Councili shouldd take in the matter, it...
THE ABORIGINES' BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 9 May 1884
T AIIORIGINES' BOARD, r The ordinary miontlly meeting of Sthe -Aborigines' Board, was. held lon SWednesday afternoon last in tlihe board room, Teoplo-court: : Preseint :-LMr. e O. \W. Otieer, 'M.L.,. (in the chalir),; Dr. Morrison, and Messrs WV. Aiider son and E. 11. Ou!toron, M.L.A.'a. A letter was read :fromn tlhe ,'Miistoer of Lands requesting to be informed r whethlor th board wouhld' haio ntiy ob. jection to a State forest iuirsory being established on the Lake Tyers reserve. After some discussion it was decided to Swait upon the Minister. of Landson the following day for the purpose of laying 1 before himt the: reasons ?why.thaiboard object to cceede, to the rqquest. A con Siunicittion wn?a re ad from `th, Chlief S'Secretary deiring that, fronimand after the firt July next, any sil~t sof ti?oity. received by the board' from the sale of proeduce or stock should bhipaid inifo the ''reasury, andt placed to the gependl revenuo, provisi?, forlthb'- aoxp1diture of the Aborigines' I...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 9 May 1884
4Commerciat Vte ' ab, t H W rtii tnc oo, 1.1 perlb ltiet ;'1l to tt peri' du sett Iean-, kitney, 1. to .'i per ih ta Inl~"ue. Y tot a p,"r nus t+arroto, lil tlo sd per dozet bIulhest I. itiiolower, Is to ts ler Idol Celery, 2.s to o per dozen sticks 1 lorularlll t to Is lier dozl . 'oarlic, lld i lid per th . .ettcs, :li to 91 er dozeJt ]+ .+ ;;[ .- ' ill'ks. 14l.r doien IoluCi t. l r ", : 0 " O$.}llfidd ief iliti ek :u b nsliýr , f f' (' fe ito'I4d her Ib W Ltuto ?Ltol l to w pio i dze dl "" cge- ll? o knadows, tpero lob p " e tud tosr Gdlero z - Ittnsro, 1d 6 to 44 per lb ' lemons, is to3 s per dolze celots, water,7i Jo Peats, 2d to 4d per lb, ý 'r = Lquluce, Is Gd tollspcrlothot, ; ltlis., Odi to l1 perls - Rtutter, i1 ld to Is 8i-per lb Chuc4e, f6 to 8d per lb a Eggq, is tol to 2 2do per dozeil Iloarwe, itl to Is per lb. lleus,3 tois cd per paur t "+` Poeri; 6ld to &1 per lb 'scri-labtos dtto Sdt per pair., 1-i ITuieoys, il to 14s per pair Camspiepbll, orntt rond Coq rep...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 16 May 1884
Pedestrianism in rpidly beroimlin 1nt American hobby, that, like all of itm, crochets, will be rUlden to death.. It In,. however, haborhing public attention and' exciting sclentiIte interest by ldevnlping the, force of nuiarular power, and dimonstrating' the scope of human, physlial endurance.. Oa?ssl as i the retorelod a..pclty of such. hernes as the Weto'is, i'liary%, Ilitheaps, mand others, much mreo can he accomplIshedt Ii the way of peripatetic exercise, and ast nllch distances have ilretelY been overcomtio In Incredihly short peri?cls of time, what may not lbe achieved after the yavstel hlas hern invignorated by Wolfe's Schlnapps. Ilnlloway's Pills annl Olittment.-Dl)ienest of Wunmiie.--Medlcal sieetno in ill aenl htl been direeted to allevlatntthe many mil:ualiei, Incidrnt to feiImales, bilt Profe.sor liIllowy by dillizent "tully Allnd atteltivC oh?ItervAtthlt, was Inliduced to tailove thait tittcre hlI pro vili'l a remdly for those ltpeefuhl itteraL.Rs lie Itl, nftcr -a"t re...
Calendar for the Week. MAY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 16 May 1884
aIeadar foar thlt Wt . MAY. rhreS, CC TLL, MOWN. First Quarter......' 2d 3h 41 m" m. o ý L'oltl Moon ......... ln |h t 49m Ip.m. S iiit Qarler..... 18d lh arl p.m. S N1evw Mon........ 251 Sh 17 am. Sa Apogee, lid lob a.u. cSE Perigee, 201 .h i.m. 18 Su ? egat? Sunday 19 M (18) Trial by Jury instituted,l. 9217 20 Tu (24) Govt. Prltiing Office hurlnt 1882 21 W New Ziand proeld.Britih colhirlS40 22 Ta Arcenronu I ay-Holy Thurscay 23F (22)SirJ. Fnlralin last sail"e 1i45 24 .l Queen Victorba horn 1819
The Bad and Worthless [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 16 May 1884
The- rd andL Worlhless are never imitated or ceouste,t/elei. Thiss is: especially true of a family medicine, and it: i| positive proof that the remedy imitated is: of the highest value. As soon as it had bCean testal anl proved by the whole world that flop Bitters was the purest, best and most valuable family, medicine, on earth, manny imitations sprung up and began to steal the. notices in which the pros atn the people of the country had expressed the merits of II. I.,. and in every way trying to. induce suffering invalids to use their stuff inlstead, expecting to'make money on the credit and geot name of H. II. Many others started nostrumns put. up in similar style to II. It., with variously devised names in which the word " Ifop" or" " Iiops" were used in a way to indilce peoples to believe they were the same as Ilop Bitters.. All such pretendal remedies or cures, no, matter what their style, or name is, and es pecinlly those with thie word "llhp?' or. "Ilops" in their name or it...
DOT SCHMALL LEETLE BABY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 16 May 1884
DOT S???tMALI L?EE'f.LE BABY.. Drne as I leer, mout efery day. I laugh me vild to msaw der way My schmall young baby drie to play-- Dot fiany leetle baby. Voen I look at dem leetle-tces,. Und see dot funny Icetle nose,. Ulid hear der way dot rooster crows. I schmile like I was grazy. Sometimes der comes a fleto scliquall' Dot's yen der vindy vltd vill crawl Itght in his leetlesehtomahclhs:lnall,. Dot's too bad for der baby. Dot makest him sing at night so schveet: Und gorrybarrlo he must eat, Und I must chumop shpry on mnfe ett To help dot lestl baby. ils bulls my nose and kicks my hair, Und growls me ofet eferyvere, Und shlnbbers me but vot I care ? Dot eos my schmall'young baby;. Around my head dot tcotlel arm Vos schquozit meso nice and varm, Oh I may dore never cnme sone harm To dot schmall leetle baby.
A SERIOUS JOKE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 16 May 1884
A SKIuli, US JIKE. : -o-· 117 BIA-nAICkT ErTnt It. A large and sprightly eat, %he wa!ked With lighilomeo steps the strand; A youthful cratl he slyly peeped. Out of his htouse of snllld. And, " (th," he said.'" I'll do it sure I flow jolly It will he I" And l ecked hib clawe like talnnots, . Ile laughed so heartily. And as Dame Puss wandere4 that way, lie quickly upward .prang, And nipped the end of her long tall, And closely to it clung. While " PIt a clever cora,." he cried ; " This is the greatelt fun Was ever known on April First, biuce April First begun I" Not one word said the cat, but ran Most swittly o'er the ground Until, near by a gray, old tree, A gray, old stone she tfund t And on this stone the cra? she whacked, With whacks but very few, When suddenly his overcoat Of shell split right in two. Then with one paw she scooped him out,. And down her throat he wept. And o'er her face there spreaii a look - Ot deep, feline content. And " He will laugh no more," she purred,. " H...
The Mystery of the Marsh House. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 16 May 1884
gout i zxfe r of &t Along the bank of the River Thames, be. low Woolwich, extend many miles of bare, uncultivated marsh land. Even at the present time, the dismal land. acape is only enlivened by an ocrasonal powder-magazine, with here and there some unsavoury manufactory, while some years ago, at the time of the opening of our story, there were only two dwellings between Plumstead and Erith-a watersidsnn named " The Chequers," and a large old-fashioned red-brick building, which was known as "The Marsh House." It was a fine autumn morning that Mrs. omns, the landlady of " The Chequers," was drawn to the door by the unusual ap pearance of a stranger, who was approaching the inn. le was a young man of about.four.ad. twenty, with ourly brown hair, large hazel eyes, s.d neatly trimmed beard, moustache, and whiskers. He wore a dark velveteen coat and large soft felt hat, while upon his shoulders was a knapsack. " Good morning," said the stranger, pleasantly. "What a beautiful day...
A HEARTLESS CASE OF SEDUCTION. SANDHURST, Tuesday. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 16 May 1884
A HEARTLESS (ABE OF SEDUC TION. -0 SaNonDunr, Tuesday. A heartless case of seduction war heard in the city court this morning, when a yomsg man noanet William Freobeirn, who is stated to be a Government officiar and ately a tele. graph operator in Sandslmrst, was chargedf with deserting his illigitimate child, the offspring of a young woman named Letitia I;tbella Brockley. Free bairn made the acquaintance of the girl Brookley, who worked at a dress maker's, early last year. He paid his addresses to her with the presumed in tention of marrying her, and an intimacy sprang up between them, which, under the promise of marriage, was carried to an illicit extent, When the girl saw that her condition was likely to be made known, she asked Freebalrn to marry her. This he did not do, and, according to plaintit's oounnel he gave the girl modicia , w t' the view of procaring abortion, and also endeavored to intduce her to drown her self. During the time that he waa car rying on his clandnstine...