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WRECK OF A BELGIAN STEAMER.—LOSS OF 100 LIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 23 May 1884

WRECK OF A BELGIAN STEAIER,-LOS8 OF 100 LIVES. News has been reeoived frlm New York of the total lss of a Ulnlgisan steamer Daniel Steinmuann, on Sanibro Island, off the coast of Novia scotia, on. the uight of the 3rd of April, during a trrifio gale and dense fog. The captain mistook the island light for the Chobucto and drove the vessel right upon the r ekse. Sie first struck lightly, and then ran more forcibly upon a mud shoal. The rudder was lost and the propeller smashed to pieces by those shocks. She rebounded and came on again a third tine, when a large hole was torn in the vessels bottom. Tho water rushed in, and she sank In a very few minutes, about 300 yards erom the island, and an hour and a half from the first shook. sMeanwhile the utmost terror and con fusion prevailed. No practical effort was made to save thie women and child retn, every one of whome was swept off the decklby a single wave of great height that washed over the doomed vessel. The male passengers and some ...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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CHAPTER III. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 23 May 1884

CIIAPTER II. That evening as Gerald was preparing to go out for a walk, Parish,ltbo policeman came in* He was an elderly man, tall and well built, who had all the outward signs of pos. sessing great strength. "Servant, sir," said he, as he entered the lon ,:and then, turning to Mrs. imms, he asked for a pint of ale. " I wan just going out for a stroll," ob served Gerald,when the man had finished hin ale. "Which way are you going ?" "Right round tile marsh, sir," replied Parish; "and very pleased if you'll come, too." In a few milnutes they started off together, and before they hard gone many steps, Gerald introduced tihe Marsh Ilouse. Heo related what hal happened to him self, and inquired what the poltceman thought about the subject. Parish hesitated before he replied ; and then, looking keenly at Gerald the while, he said, " Well, sir, I can't rightly msay. I've puanled over the matter many a time, but I never got no nearer the mark." "What do you think about Wyatt P" queried Gera...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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The Mystery of the Marsh House. CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 23 May 1884

Utanef of th ClIAPTER II. ¶ Towards nightfall Mr. Emms " retuned home;h h had been to .Woolwich on hbut. no s; and after he had his tea he joined Stewart in thoe public parlour. A little Inter on, two men belonging to a bnrg.canme in, land entered into the con. versation. . ly degrees Gerald succeeded In bringing It round to the Mlrsh lHouso, and then came everybody's experience of the mystery. Emmnus' account was substantially the same as his wife'd ; and the younger bargeo's was only Ileasay, what other people had seen. The slder barge weas very silent, for some time, putting big cloudla of amolo from his pipo, and listening to what thll otlhes Ihad to illy. - At length lie putdown his long clya, anso observea, with a solmulnity that doild not but carry forc witht,' Its all very welt, nates, to talk about what other people have see'd anti what they ay ay tioy've see'd, but this is true, nmair you,. I've seeald it my self " "What did you see, 'Mr. Martin 1" eagerly inqiredl ]Emims....

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 23 May 1884

To CORRlSP'OtVDE.VTS 'Tihe utmot free)hm cnnslitent frith Ile pullic inHurt, will beaNlowed ib4orr $,Mn Jdeut f rd eblanne, but no connunrirenlion. will under arny ci,crnaotannee be intcrtedt unless uueentientcdt by the rewnt~uin'" rend' embbeno n' the u'rier, nehiclo will be. reynurbat u' strictly myn1ibhntibu, mamad merve mu ie yuumrmmntree of eraj!mith.:. We cannot be held rcqjonrnible for the... opminmimonexpmresocd byt, earresupo'obmmte..

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WHY JACK DIED. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 23 May 1884

WH W JukRK DIRED .Tack: andlI, we.were.side.by siult. On the western plainhs when, he froll. and died An awful deatlh.of thirst. If I could have only. seenthilnlive, And speak to himsnow .I: would! freely; give. AllI hare.ih the-wide world'first. We'd beensspending our cheqgpes as bush-. meen do; Thoerwas littlein thatr, it was. nothing: new, And weostarted f6n'work:to try, Said, Jack toeee,as we toiled albeig (The. sumnner's, heat, it. was, hot and! strong) "Tlhe Ji ;.lHllo willthe dry.'" Fift)y.miles,.witi h never a break; But this one.small holesl.hadwoe.got to, i mtko,;: ' nls . osib, onilro.ldownsdond. Fifty.smiles over'shnlldless pildns. Scorohtl bIythe nbsenco oft.Lllumer rains Grrunchiilg beneath our trend. In lthe."J.O:.Hlole' when we renohed:the spot;. Wissomneliipid' mudl, so.hurning hot, It alensta bliLtered:our lips.. Oun, bags wero.empty,.along the track. IThere was nothing for.it, nogoing back.. By til creek's dseep turn nstd dips:. oWe wanderedos,a creek:perhapsl'. l...

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TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 23 May 1884

TO Ad.I" RI71RIRS. Ad,'ertidemente cannot be wilhldrair befere the time ex1ic;ud for which theye hove 7hee ordered. 1. IIhere the ,ohgher of tla inoer tionsix not ,distinctluy,s oweiict wicribee. -eoenu will b uerxledr until countrounde.V. Sand chad for occre,9ixgly. -

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EXCISE PROSECUTION AT HAWTHORN. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 23 May 1884

EXCISE PROSECUTION AT HAWTHORN. At the Hawthorn court on Tuesday, last, Adam Pendreigh, grocer at Au burn and lBurwood roads, was charged; by Inspector O'Connor, of the Excise. departoent, with selling geneva gill, contrary to tlw comditions of his whole sale license Mr.. Daly appeared for the defendaint Twh proceedings were instituted uuler the 6lst Hection of the Licensing Act. InspectorO'Connor ex plaiwod titat in, cone?equwic of conll plaints an ollicer was seut todeSidelnt's. remiises, anll wa servedbyt tw. assist ant witlh a, bottli of' spirits. .hlues: Gibson Watson excise otlicPi sicd, that. he visited defeindait's. shap on the- 10th. inst.,.in company witlh a1 uusm. niamudt Gihson. When they arrived. at the shop. ho gaveo Gibson 4s, with, instr.utiitas.. He-nemained. in the shop,for-aboutt tot mtiutes, and.returned, with the snmldh bottloof gin,(produced). Joseph, ib- son, laborer,. residing ah. South. AlMl- bourne, gave ovidence that, lie accon- paiied last. witness, to, d...

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Calendar for the Week. MAY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 23 May 1884

('alcut ar tfor t tt .cMltY . MAY. t.1tAOO& 00 TItH 3100N. . )irstQuarter...... a2 31148m p.m. L st Qoarter..... 18. SIh 4lm p.m. ' New Moon......... 25? Sh 12mt a.m. 1. Apogee, Ild lOh n.m. q I Perigee. 25d 5,2 a.n... 25 Su tot Sunday after Ascenslon 21 t1 'lMtahon President of Franco 1873 27 '1u'14) St. Kilda Railway openodl 1887 28W IV-)NewNat.l'eture Gal. opetd 1875 29 Tit tattman visted Port Itlilliip 1835 0o F I(31)Melb.Internationalt lx.losedl881 31 8. ?irst free Immigrants anrvd'Syd. 1831

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ENTERTAINMENT AT QUEENSTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 23 May 1884

ENTERTA[IN ENT AT QUEENS. TOWN. An entertainmenit in aid of the load Mechanics' Institute and Free Library came off, as advertised, last Friday week in the hall of the institu tion, anld was a fair success. The pro grammeno of songs, &e., was an unusually short one, which was, however, fully made up by the quality of the events rendered. The lady vocalists were the Misses Coutio, C. Caudwell, Whelpton, Russell, Roff, and L. Noisette, all of whom sang very sweetly. The gentle men who contrhbuted to the harmony of the evening were Messrs. C. Caund well and Orockenberg. The last of whomt was deservedly encored after singing the " Wonderful Line of Rail way," a song we believo composed by himself, in which he took the oppor tunity of touching up nome of the local celebrity, not forgetting oveu the President of the Institution. During the evening Mr. B. J. larris gave two recitations in his usual spirited manner, and this part of the entertainment was brought to a close by the pe...

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HEIDELBERG SHIRE COUNCIL. ORDINARY MONTHLY MEETING. WEDNESDAY, MAY 14. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 23 May 1884

HEIDE I, BlRG SL[IRE COUNCIL. OIRDINARY MIONTIELY IEIET[N0. WI.DNESRDi, MAY 14. The ordinary meeting of the above council was held on the 14th inst., the members present were the President (Cr. Scotland) and COs. Adanms, Bond, Davey, Bamflold, Studley, and Smith, CORRRSPONDE NtCE. From the WVhittlesoa Council, agree ing with a proposal emanating from this Council that no works should be executed on the boundary road without the consent of both municipalities. Fronm Mr. Pritohard, stating that he was in negotiation with Mr. Farrell for the lease of someno land at Ivanhoe upon which lie proposed orecting premises for slaughtering purposes, and desiring to know whether he would be able to obtain a slaughtering license. A long discussion ensued in which objections were raised on sanitary grounds, but at length an answer was ordered to be sent in the affirmastive, conditionally on the site of the premises being approved of hy the Council, Cra. Bond, 'Smith, and Bamfleld were ap pointeJ t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 23 May 1884

Pedestrianism is rapidly becoming 'm American hobby, that, like all of its crochets, will be rillcE to death. It is, however, absorhbing public attention and exciting scientific interest by developing the - force of muscular power,and demonstrating the scope of human, physical endurance: Great as is the recorded capacity of such heroes as the Westons, O'Learys, Iughleses, and others, much more can be ecomplished in the way of peripatetic eercise, and as such distances have already been overcome in incredibly short periods of time, what may not be achieved after the system hat been invigorated by Wolfe's Schnapps. Holloway's Pills and Ointment.--Dseases of Womaun.-Medical science in all ages has beea directled to alleviate the utanoy raladile incident to felmales, but Professor Holloway by diligent study and attentive observation was Induced to believe that nature had pro vided a remedy for those speefal diseases lie has, after vast research, succeeded in compounldiing his celebrated...

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BRUTAL ASSAULT ON A FATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 23 May 1884

BRUTAL ASSAULT ON A FATHER. Willianm M'Nanmara, a young man about 110 years of age, was charged be fore the Richmond bench sat Saturday last with unlawfully assaulting his father, William M.Nanara,. The pro. ceedings wenr instituted under the. Criminal Law and Practice Statute, Sob-Inspector Daly prosecutedl; Mr, \Villianu appeared foer the defence, Prosecu'tor said lie was a laborer, aged 85 years, and resided at the rear of the Spread Ingle Hotel,,Bridge.road. Aboat noon on the 3rd icnt. he. was in bed with his wife, who was very ill, whean prisoner enteredthe roosm and threatened to kill his mother, who inmmediately fled from the heouse Prisoner had been drinking the whole of the week, and was. not quite sober at the.time. After his mother had left prisoner turiled on witness, seized him by the throat and pulled himn out o'bld. JI.thea knockead witness to the ground, kicked hinti tines oat of number, and struck himt severnl blows about the head and ace.. He was almost. insensible...

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Commercial May 21. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 23 May 1884

Commercial May 21, . Vegetables . . Alrtichokes, Il per lh ltcet; li to lhl per da en -leo?us, kidney, Id to 2d per Il Srt?? .?e, t io 1to Lt per dozc buaches Canllto?itrl s, ll to:s iad per dlo' S CelerI, 1 to S per dooen stIcks ' .trunlhero,94 to IsI per doz. lorlic, ltd to ld per lb SLettuec li:k to 9td per dozen Leeks; Ikl per dozen hullehchs 1int, kit per dozen buncebes Ollutis, Ia to is lt lier cwt ," ."I'el,too. 4er to 44c 6 1.per cwt : . : li uarb, tod to kll per dozen bunocla '·Tollnttc, S- to 4s per bushtel t' ITturnlip, id to &l per dozen ,bulol hes I Vegctable Mlorrows, 'd to is per dio I Fruit - Apples dessert, 94 to 12c per blhotel App?ltc, cooking, s to Ss do (irpes., ltd to 4d per lh Lemons, Is to 3o per dozen' Melons, water, 7s do pears, ,d to 4d per Ifh Quinces, 31d li to 4S per bioiel Dairy Produce: Bacon, &l to lOpor per lb itutter, ls Ott to Is plIk Ier lb Cheese, 6o to ,d per Ib : l.gg, 24 d to 23s. tcer dozcs-'. $iJ m, ;llcctailtd to In bcr S',...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 23 May 1884

AND South and EEast Bourke reeord, Published Every Friday Morning. HARRIS, SCARCE, & CO., Proprietors. SunssClPTIONs t Three months, in advance, 2s Cd; on credit, 3s 6d. Six months, in advance, 5s; on credit, 7s. Twelve months, in advance, 10O ; on credit. 14e. -o Persons wishing to become subscribers may do so by sending their names in at any time to this office. Those wishing to discontinue being sub. scribers must give written notice to thnt effect and pay up all arears. Advertisements :-Twenty words, for one insertion, 1. 20 to 30 words, 21. per inch, 2S. 6d. ; births, marriages, and deaths, 2s Od each insertion. A large discount allowed upon all adver tisements inserted for three months or up. wards. Advertisements not bearing the number of times to be inserted on the copy, will be continued and chnrged for tuntil a written notice to stop them is received at this office Of all klnd, done at Low Pricec, with neat. nre's and despatchl, at tho "Evelyn Oheerver" : )l!! , Ir...

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HORSE AND DAIRY STOCK. Campbell, Pratt, and Co., report:— May 20. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 23 May 1884

HORSE AND DAIRY STOC . Campbell, Pratt, and Co., report : May 20. Horses--Business at thoBazaar has been -? steady, and the week's trade a fair average. Our etuntry supplies were equal to require ontess, and comprised usual mixed deerip lions t for superior classes the detand was satisfactory and rates firm, but light horses had ti poor sale, and It was ditfficult to effect a clmtrance. Buyers' operations drilng the Swinter months will be principally confined to superior Ihrness and hackneys, sultahle for town or shimoent. Onnibus and useful draughts, which may be expected to sell at full prices. Our sales have been--Bugegy ti-rs, 135 to 1.52 sunerior htrness and gentlemen's hackneyS, L25 to L65 Indian Lt9 to L24 I omnibusnsd coachers, LI6 to I 1.22 draughts, light to extra Ieav), L2I to I 1L42. One lot of shetland pontes sold In Lis1 etortry iorses averaged I, ll I, LI2 s, dan .14 1se pet head each lot respetlively. Dairy stonk-Fresh milkers scarce and sought after t rates very fir...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 23 May 1884

andler anti Son's " liEalypti Extract. (l'roui the "St. Louis Clinical R ecori,' t, l0eb. 1.881.] Eunoalyptol in Albuminuria. By W31: II. totu, I.ID,;, .I Prof. Principles and Prtetice of MAedi chin arid Clinical 31'edicinn, St.°Louis . Colle"e ofliPhysiciians'adl Siigeo s. Y/rtl• Ofehln., rolf. I[,ils nIhloi r.t r, t.1), h)lls I?heln ilungeo rlf"rsottle tinle iit;/ . let? inl thaw lln llp" !ttit l littl ey elru , a I i? lr?llengage I lit reloortl lIti ri tils to this j lrnit. I I.old.ene of a fill' replrt, lie tins kih ;|. flly fu -hed 'the parlifulhrn of o ilse whilcht vu thll io nder y owliin oliser'. t lon, ll t wlihi hI exiltil mny ' Interest Ir- I,. The judrient seemed Ill be the itutu of eenuhie Itrieht's dibvase, but it is miitoe thau prohlble liht Dr. llitnor'o it, nott wit lthl etrreel. itoo. I - tA'.E.-A gtitlctnuit, aged fortyfive, wits .vs for etvrnsl wet kt egnelllll Int tlhe re trnrtion of It Iiltding, m unel wos tlh e'ntantll ly eaxposd :i sewer gas? . "Very i-on he ...

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The Evelyn Observer. Published Every Friday. FRIDAY, MAY 23, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 23 May 1884

!g O tQ6btP n @llsettet. Publishes? Evere PH daoy FRIDAY, MAY 2a 1884. Dr. Henderson having accepted a requisition anl testinmonial, has settled at Lilydale, where he can now be con suited, Castella-street, next to Mr. Hand's store. On Sunday, Juno slet, Archdeacon Stretch will takoservices andadministor the, sacraments of llaptism andt Holy Cotunan ion, at the following places: Christmas Hills, at 11.30 a.m.; Panton Hill, 3 p.m.; and Queenstown, at. 7 LiLt?Yt.u.-At the poll taken at Lillydtle on Saturdcby, 1Ilth inst., the following nuntber of votes were polled for each canlidate :-R. T. Kings, 63:; G. B.. Macintyro, 111. There were three ballot papersinvalid. One voter having managed to strike out the words extraordinary. election, leaving the candidates names untouched. Johtn ,Vall, alin " Badger" Wall, the larrikitn king, who was only re cently liberated frotigaol, after serving 12 months for vagraney, was sentenced to one month's imprisonment at thet City Court for assaulting P...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 23 May 1884

.COACHING. ,, I,.ROYAL AI ;' .I ' .. LI|NEIOF ObAOHES·. , t i',, COACHES.; ,,:'w ., , v ,, I Jjl-j 'I ),1!. *1t.'f Leaive Globe Hotel, Swanston4troot, I daily 830 inp.'i,;wb y of Alplin"tin;', Ivanhloe, 1Iidelbcrg Eitloirmo 'Kiitarbbo 'Grou'nd,' l-a ton.'HlllI Watson'si Creek,iChristinas 11ills.11i LtrvejYrrat lala tqa?d.lQucltettown tt 7 arm . n i /. . .id,, i' . i ti/ !, • ,l Epplrl' cioach' IcaYTCe the'6' dlobe Hotel daily tl a 'p.m.': ' 'r 1. ff't ..r (;1'U.. 43 , Meassra. KERRa a.:po.' Proprietors of thli1 EWANB UFiN1 D Gt to inform tle inhabitilnt'o'f"LlyI , d) lc.e,'.Yrra Flats, tind surrniiriliong liltricts,tliat they urotnow, pireiulrciJ,eo.,, i. i O'r aIn'diicB'ioai'l>iof'ijo S u P , lQ. AI TYil " Delivered a t Yarra. Flatos,1,bat .lOs,.: and. ].ilyidale,a itt: s ,irerf1O o00..oet mller I alRo, lliecially seoltrd tl'tierlfr f r Welivclwrlglit I'urploses,'itt li 6d pir o10 Fdottriir':..... p ro m p t ia ttten tltlt . , . ..'' + ;. 1'.I+ l;,; 7.,1, ,'+ - I 5 - , 'i ; !, r...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 30 May 1884

G Plie utisa (ýbxut AND South and Eaat Bourke Record, Published Every Friday Morning. HARRIS, SCARCE, & CO., Proprietors. SeasoarTloasc Three months, in advance, 2 6dd; on eoedit, 35 61. Six months, t! advance, as; on ereditt 7s. Twelve months, in sdvance, 10os on eredit. 14s. -o Persons wishing to become sabscribers may do so by sendieg their names in at any time to this office. Those wishelg to discontinue beinag ab scribers must give written' notice to that effect and pay up all arears. Advertisements --Twent;y words,. foono insertion, Is. i 20 to 30 words, e. t perlileh. es. ed. t births, marriages, and deaths, Se Cd each insertion. A large discount allowed upon alt adver tisements inserted for three months ao up wards.. Advertisements not bearing the, uebesr ot times to be inserted on the copy, will he continued and charged for until a writtes notle.e to stop theam I reevived at Ibhis lha , Of all kinlds done at rnw Prices, with n s ; nes anddespaltch,nt the "Evelyn Ota...

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The Bad and Worthless [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 30 May 1884

The Bad and Worthless are never imitate I or cousaereited. This lt' especially true of a family medicine, and ?t' is positive proof that the remedy imitacedis of the highest value. As soon as it had been tested and proved by the whole world that 0lop Bitters was the purest, best and most valuable family medicine on earth, mar?y imitations sprung up and began to steal the notices in which thie preis and the people of thecountry had expressed the merits of H. B., and in every way trying to induce suffering invalids to use their stuff instead, expecting to make money on the credit and good name of HI. B. Many others started nostrums put up in similar style to II. B., with variously devised names in which the word " Ilop" or " Iops" were used in a way to Induce people to believe they were the same as flop Bitters. All such pretended remedies or cures, no matter what their style or name is, and es. pecially those with the word "llop" or " Ilops" in their name or in any way con nected wit...

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