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HEIDELBERG SHIRE COUNCIL. ORDINARY MONTHLY MEETING. Wednesday, June 11. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 20 June 1884
SRIEIEDIIERG USIIRE COUNCIL. ORDINARY MIONTIILY MEETINO. Wednesday, June II. The ordinary meeting of the above council was hold on the llth inst., all the; members being present. with the . exception of Cr. Adams. coRRESP)NDENCE. From F. Clark, objecting to pay rates due on a house and land at Ivanhoe, on 'the ground that the late tenant was liable for the greater part of the . amtount. The Secretary had replied that Mr. Clark. as owner, was now the responsilde party. As. the money had not been paid a summons was ordered to be issued. From the Roads and Bridges Office, stating that the Railway Department had no objection to the proclamations of Fairfield road, provided the width `''of the Railway crossing was defined at not less than 27 feet (the width of the gates). The Surveyor called attention to the fact that the width of the road was 30 feet, and suggested that "not "nore" was intended. He was int oacted t,, ti write for an explanation. REPORTL ' --4 reasurer-Receipts-l84 15s G...
DEATH OF A PRISONER AT PENTRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 20 June 1884
DEATH OF A PRISONER AT' PENTRIDGE. --- o---- A prisoner' nilaed oHenry Thompson; ?laler going; slitenca of 10 years' im prisonnnoon at the Pentridge stockade for broeaking into a shop ttl stealing thorefions, died' rather suddenly on Mon day eveningR between six and seven o'clock. Deconsed was 4 yoars of'ago, and: a carpenter by trtde. He was elneticeh st ;0th October, 1877, as an accomplice in oonletttiolt wiith thu col. brated Goldktein jewcthlry robbory. It appears that on, Friday last the deceasecd met with nan accident whilst at lis usunt labor ectting timber with the. sercntar saw, a piece of the woocIho wasL cutting flying bacok and striking hint inh the stomach. l1 was at onr c roeoved to the pl'ison hospital, where every atten, tion was paid to him by Dr. Stewart. On Monsday night thle wmaleCr on duty observed something poculiar with the decresed, and inmoiediately signalled for assistance, Ibut he died shortly after wards.--Aqi. The idea that gunpo'wdr and whisky tvill mak...
REMARKS BY WANDERER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 20 June 1884
REMARKS BY WANDERER. The young men of Kangaroo, Gioundt are gettiig up a ball, the proceedb of swhieh are to be devoced towards the 'tniitetsince of amI olsl IUnit,, uItied Robert Olough, who.s ha lived at.Kang aroo Ground for over 20 years. Fbr years past he Ihas earned a livoelihood by breoking stones for the shire roads, but his feur score asal three years have told! henaily oi, hini,'ands he is' past.', crack ing diamouds,!' awl, indeed, he is not now capable of even obtaining. the comn moi 'iecessities of this life. Old Bob. has been an oddity in his day,. and many a time I have been struck, when speakingto him,at his quaint yarns. One especially caused me amusement, and a theone for mediation. Bob, disdiins tlhe' wearing' of au shirt,:ailbeit; I'nust isni he'wears a flannelandi reiairkifig this one di?y, tat'ai?kiighim thi':t~ison lihe told me in his: own quaint way (whsicli. will. not; attenit tontsiiic) as follows':--l " Ono day a O inan iirsulted a lady.frtond of miine, whi...
The Evelyn Observer. Published Every Friday. FRIDAY, JUNE 20, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 20 June 1884
The Evelyn Observer. &nbsp; Published Every Friday . FRIDAY, JUNE 20, 1884: &nbsp; We regret having to an- nounce the death of Dr. John B. Elmes, of Lilydale, which sad event took place on Tues- day last, the 17th June. &nbsp; A musical and literairy enter tairinent will' be' leld in' the Literairy Institute, Diatmiolid Creek, on ,Wednesday 'next, the" 25th inst.,- the proceeds of which are to be devoted to wards the purchase of a bell for State school No, 1oo3. The Greensborough A nnual Ploughing Match (under thh auspices of the Victoria Agri cultural Society)? vill be held at Mr.; Slillinglaw's farm, near Bundooram on-Thursday next, 6th &lt;:June. A very liberal programme is offered. ' We understand that good progress is being made in the formation of, a cavalry-corps. betiveen Lilydale, Yirra Flats; and Kangaroo Grouzqd, no less than thirty-three names are already given in, and a coin mencement iill be made;in ten days, or a fortnight at most, The....
Mining News. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 27 June 1884
Mining 1Newu. BACcanXTS, Panton Hill.-70oou. 2dwea from 49 tons, cleaned up last Saturday, fortnlght's work. 15 tone to gra?. BunrATAroa.--" When a board of eminent physioanes and ohemists an nounced the discovery that by com bining 'rome well-known valuable remedies a most wonderful mnedieine wan produced, which would cure such a wide range of diseases that most all other remedies could be dispenied with, many were skeptloal, but proof of ite merlt by actual trial lihase dlepel led all doubt, and'to day the discover ers of that great medicihlo, Hop Bitters, are honored and bleieod by all as benefactors." Read " Mary," said Mr. Jones, " dlidie't I tell you not to piok any flowers with out leave 1" "Yes, nmpl, but all theseo have leavet on 'em.'
NOTES FROM LILYDALE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 27 June 1884
-NOTES FROM LILYDALE. - A B BILIOUS - CoxTnIBUTon. In vain the talkative unite In hopes of perma?nt delight- The secret just eomltttd. o rgetting Ita Important weight," . T 'They drop through mere desire to prate, SAnd by themselves outwitted. Messrs. Do Pury and Lithgow will be a very desirable acquisition to the Council board, should they succeed (a they no doubt will) in getting seated at the"gqrthcoming Shire election; they are both-ef them tried men, and have proved themselves specially fitted for the ofilce. It is rathera singular thing in connection with our local Council that that they cannot find roomat their board for a representative of the Trade and Commerce of Lilydale. The landed interests have an entire monopoly. Mr. * Kings failed to find a seat the other day, being defeated by Mr. M'Intyre, who represents the landed aristocraee of the district; while Mr. Kings,as a bus lness man of the townahip,may be looked upon'I suppose as arepresentative of its trade and commerc...
QUEENSTOWN POLICE COURT. Wednesday, June 25th. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 27 June 1884
QUKENSTOWN POLICE COURT. Wednesday, June 95th. Mrs. Wrench v. George Hill. No aa ne of plaintilf. Osse die Robert Hemple v. Ann Waelh,other. i" se Mrs. Merrit. Trespag' Plain. til' deposed-I am a luaer and *igardener, residing at Artlr's Creek. I purmhased land occupied by Mrs. 'Merriott rgot Mr. Braie, Queen-street, Melbour e, end gave Ier notice to quit, but she deined. I now leek to have her lined for trespass Bench decided that ihe had no Jurisdiction. Case dis?sslsed Alth £5, oa seats. " Senior-Constable Lyona v. Win. Ashnore--(Cutting wood without a SNeosees' "ined O0s sad s 4Id costs. ' " Johrn R?wetruantoMoer, v. Bant Ah Sing.-Not sending' his on 'oGeorge Wearm to echlooL Fined 10s, and S, _d coets. SSa nn?v. Jaore Surlnan. Fined 5e, and o1 td costs. 1Sate v, 'lenry Mills. Fined 5s, sad as 9d eosts.
Calender for the Week. JUNE—JULY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 27 June 1884
ealedar for the Wteek JUNE-JULY. . I * ,UAIKS or THIS NooN. S nt Quarter...... Id sh 36m a.m. bI [ uMoon ........ dlh89m a.m. a r4tQuarter.....1Td I2h 14m ,.m. N o ew Moon......... 234 sh 13m p.m. S st Quarter... 30odS ?smp.m. SApogee, d Ih p.m. Perigee, 22d p.m. 29 Su rl Sunday after Trinity. S (1 8) D1. atruction of Kelly g?ng 1880 31 'ru Separatlun day (from N.8.W) 32 W President Garfield au?aalstued 1881 31 Tu MelIbourne Public Library oand 1854 £4 F Amerian Iadependence declaredl776 3 IA (4) DeniliquinMoama Raill.op.l1876
ENTERTAINMENT AT NILLUMBIK. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 27 June 1884
ENTERTAINMENT AT NIL.LUM. BIK. --0- A musical and literary entertain meat, given in behalf of the State school bell fund, was held in the Nil lumbik lustituteon the evening ouf the 85th inst. The Rev. J. B. Gason oc cupied the chair, and in opening the prooeedinwe by giving a shabort and pithy address upon the history of bells. After which the following programme was caretltlly rendered by the ladies and geotlheen mentioned below : Instrumental duet, piano and violin -Mrs. Onion and Mr. Burston. Olee-"Pee our Oars," Miss Ada and Louisa Peen, Miss Cox and Mr. Bars ton and Mr. Bill. Song-" Bring back my bonny to me," Mie Coatio. Reading-" Goody Gum versus Cap stone," Mr. -D Brton. - -S*ng- ade chorus-" Write mse a letter from home," Miss Cox and Mims Peers. Song--"Mother says I man't," Mr. A. Cameron. Duet-" What are the wild wavresaying," Miss (Omeron and Mr. Bnrstoo. Song-" Ye banks and braes," Alis Stewart. hDuet-" Brave soldiers hear,'" the Misses Peers. Reading-" Barney Osman and...
RAILWAY TO HEALESVILLE VIA YARRA FLATS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 27 June 1884
RAILWAY TO HIEALESVILIX VIA YARRA FLATS. The following slnatem.nt was laid be fore the Hon. theMinister of Railways at a dlputation, which took place o the 18th uIt : At a meeting to the Yawa FLats Railway league at Farrell'n Hotel, July I6th, the following notes were eonSfrned and to be brought undere the notieo of the Heon. the Minister of Railways at a deputation to take place July 18th, 188 A. Scott,. Esq. is the chair: lst. That theseis no road for trading purposes between Yarra Flats and Lilydnsi for more than, about Ave months out of the tweble1 such road, the r?eminder of the year, being quite imnssable forheavy ladSag and the only outlet, independent ot Lilydale, is via tkham, whsii is meet iajidoe to the arious. industries, of the district tihaiskiag loadingi.as it means the. car riage of goods anod timber fronm t to S0 miles fesL That takilbgthe railway line to Healesrsiarvia Yarra Flats would only cause an oxtension of front $ to. 3 miles onger than via. St.. Hubests, an...
The Evelyn Observer. Published Every Friday. FRIDAY, JUNE 27, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 27 June 1884
PuNibihed Every Friday. FRIDAY, UN24,E 27, 188t. The Rev. J. B. Gason will administer the rite of Holy Baptism at Diamond Creek on Monday next (D.V.) at is a.m. Application was made at the Eltham Court on Tuesday last for a transfer of a publican's license: from W. West, of the Research Hotel, to HenryHirt,. and was granted. It is notified by poster that a concert will be held next Friday evening, 4th July, at Queenstown, the pioceeds fronm which are to be devoted to the improvement of the local ceme tery. We are pleased to state that the establishment ofthe cavalry ily, the number of names sent in is now up to thirty-seven. As it is intended that a com mencement will be made im mediately, we would advise in tending applicants to enroll themselves without delay, to save disappointment. At the Eltham Police Court held last Tuesday, 24th inst., before Mr. F. Hare. P.M., and Messrs. Bell and Wingrove, J.P.'s, the following parents were fined 5s and as 6d costs in each' case for neglect...
BALL AT KANGAROO GROUND. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 27 June 1884
BALL ATlIA ARlOO GRlOiNlI The above ball was held, as- receatly announced in our adlertising- ola-mas, i s Mrs.. Weller'h hamn, at KItngaeoo (homud, lhst Fiday night. A coom mittee being-fssued with the fi tmling stewards :-Messrsa I. Wallis,.E. Wel. he, G. WippeL. J.. Bell, jun.,.audi W. Bearce, ticketswere immediately issaed and sold by each respective. steward. We most also.give Mr. Jiohu rvine,.of Yarra Flats,great credltlbrthe energetic manner in whih. he woreltd to.ake it a success.. The proceedkare.?o.bedb-. noted for the relieh of or old gentleman named Robert Ctough. (nore commonly acquainted as a Bob Clough"). a olil resident of Kangaroo Gtio, d, whlo.has now reached the. ripe ageof 83 years, and, consequently, unable to support his feeble life without assistanceo to, any fbrther extension We brns that he . Uh 's.,~-h?put fe?ar Sea,. in, the line of diet, a mlsrlebla. .soln, It has been stated that he considered o'poesum meet a anouribrant of the highest d6gree, aad the na...
A THRICE-TOLD TALE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 27 June 1884
A THRICE.TOLD TALE. Ten weary, footoore'travellers, All in a woeful plight, Sought shelter at a wayside inn One dark and stormy night. " Nine beds-no more," the landlord said, Ihave to offer you; 'To each of eighta single room--' The ninth must serve for two." A din arose. The troubled hosat Could only scratch his head.; For of those tired men no two Could occupy ono bed. The pusaled holt was soon at ase He was a clever man And so to please his guest devised This meat ingenious pla:- AII1IOIDIIlIFO Hil In room marked A two men wereplaead ; The thtnl belonged to B ; The fourth to C was then Msigaed The fifth retired to D; In E the sixth was tucked away ; In F the seventh man ' "" The eighth and ninth in 0 and 8, 'And then to A he ran. Wherein the hoet, as I. have said, Had laid two travellers by; Then taking one-the tenth and last, lie lodged him safe in I. Nine single rooms-a room for each Were made to serve foriten, And this it is that pusles me And many wiser men. -Detroit Free Pr...
ELTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 27 June 1884
ELTHAM. -- The third of the series of proposed entertainments came off on the 18th inst., and proved even more successful than either of the others, the room be ing crowded almost to its fallest capacity and the audience as warmly demonstrative as heretofore. Mr. T. Bourke opened the proceedings by singing a coio piece, "The Agony Column," and subsequently recited . temperance piece, "Jack and his hau lump." A new poerfornmer appeared in the person of a Mr. Laurest, who, not. withstanding the drawback occasioned by an imperfect acquaintance with the English language, asng with much humour "Go and pawn your face" and recited "The Podiceman and the Baker's wife " Mr. Joseph Pryor also. appeared for the first time and recited, in a manner that displayed some natural talent, "The three cats and the Welsh rabbit. Mr. Dougall M'Oll sang "Murrumbidge Shore," a song that is said to consist of some 1l0 verses, but which was mercifully com pressed upon this occasion within a moderate compass....
Commercial. June 25. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 27 June 1884
Commercial. June 25. Vegetables.. Artichokes, 1d per lb hee, e i, to 9 per do men liauiw, kiduey, 3l to 4d per lb S 'Althrges, ic to s 01 I per dlo Cant*u , itd to d pior dazen bunches Caulillowers, Is to Ss od per doe Celery, 2s to 4u per doen e ticks (tleluller, , 5t Io is per dos. (Inrlle, t1 told per lb ,Lettuce , 3d to ?1 per doaen Leeks, td to td per dozen buuclth i .lt, kd per dezeu bunchrs .LO.uiBns, ll to..1s per'owt S Potltoes, 4i In 44 61 iper cwt lthubrb, Is t; "~id 1. . doz bunches 'I',to?tuo., 4 to 600 perhohel STurip' , t& to ltd per dolzen bunches , iYege ta ln Marrow;, Jt to i~aper doi Fruit; . .. .. Apple?, demert, Sk to 12s per bushel ::'Apples, eookiug, 6s to 9s 6L do .eLmoIus, is to :so per dozen - P'ena, 2d to 44 per lb Dairy Produce: Bacon. a t to lod perlb . S. tter,s mgltos tkt per lb lheese, kl to Ikl per it : 'ggs, '1 Itl 5to 2 per dozen . iamk, l to t alper ib. N -,sloesto,,CtohI jId jsirr --$: ?"ftrk,&ietoedperlh itrabbits,,tto114 tss lpe...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 27 June 1884
NEVER USED Il VAIN. Diseases of the Skin. Universal approbation has been awarded to this famous Ointment for its efficiency in removing disea?es of the skin. FIr scrofll scurvy, scald heads, and all eruptions of the skin, no remedy can equal it. To soldiers silors miners, and travellets in ibrcign lands, It is invaluable. lores. Wounds, Bad rasts, Uloorated Iegs. In this .shu of maladies, an Improvement S rapidly follows the art dessting with tie Ointment. It maust at eonly he applet to the wound or sore, but Se Irbkly rlbbel in around the diseased, swollenor painful parts. The effect oltheOlnttent lsincveased byifonuntiag with S warm water biorr the Ointment in ubbed in; dat IA, J aurr D mrin, when healing, S- . s t. wish anan?e anaa Rhenmatlsm, Cant, Siff Joltls. S Every ona sufferhng from the painal afectiona shouald us t?is Ointment, m it han relieved thousands from torture, after every othermeansalad beenfruitlesh. The Ointmean should be well rubbed into the skin at least twice...
ELTHAM MONTHLY MARKET. Stratford Strettle & Co. report:—Tuesday, 24th June. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 27 June 1884
ELTHAM MOhNL'HLY MIAItERT. Stratford Strettle & Co. report: Tuesday, 74th June. 51 head of cattle forward, mostly of un suitable class, causing prices to ruo low. Newly calved cows and forward springers upto L& D. Lovelook reports : June 93. Dairy Stock at the Corporation Yards. top of Elizabeth street. The market last week was well supplied, a few fair awerago cows fowarld, 1 yarded 44 head and sold 35 at prices ranging from LI0 downwards. Springers to L6 lOs dry cows, medium fat, to L5 2s ed. Pigs-Bacon pigs and porkers up to last week's quotations, a slight Improvement In •.ures. t'alres.-Any thing good selling well, I sold up to La 12s 6d.
Correspondence. Without endorsing the opinions of our correspondents, we shall be glad to insert communications bearing upon topics of public interest, which may be intelligently expressed and free from personalities, [?] conditions of receiving the writer's real [?], not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. RAILWAY TO YARRA FALTS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EVELYN OBSERVER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 27 June 1884
Oorreepondenoe. Withoob endorsilg the opiniono of ou or-o resp1enlnts. w* shall be glld to inert cmmunlication bearing 'pon topic'l of pablieaterestlwhich may be intelgentlr npmlesmd and hme from pemoullitie, oih soudiie of mReivingl ih wriler'fbreal Name, aol Oecsarlly for palasMan u"Lt as a gusavtMiae lo1g talk rAItWYAr 10 YARIth FLATS*. Io a R masoIm? or wss 1LnB easmIiawk. Blx,-I scoby a eport in pymr aMt isue so railway to YaMs Flatu, that botkh side. (Yarr YFl*ts and St. uberts) bi ha agreedi to sink past dlffsencestoa.itaiti, dsiroed object, raili?ay acmmodat?bni. Ieaisafely assert that all who are interested are highly plasma to find that both. Uidcs see working tJgether. L am aso. glal to. state that. Iealcsvill is convincod now that tho benefits to, them are equaL whichever Route the lin gpes. Youm,.tc.. OBEB&EV . JIane 24th, M81.