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TO THE EDITOR OF THE EVELYN OBSERVER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 27 June 1884

S ?P?T ELD?? O THZ DE VELt OT L lV _u . Sia,--I am. song that Mr. Lampe,. late teacherof that ~pentown school,. has taken. umbrago at mfon stating-facts ua set forth in a public dasement. L scarcely think I would haue.agaa tmublel you os this sub ipct wenlt moahatl amdeasiMuoot asuring M. Lampe that no. one would sgret more. hath L d?aghim. an injustice,. not alone for. his ability as miesache but albs. tm his n ti'ing eneigy it behalf of everymovement. whickhbd foondis object the well-being of the people auongot whom: he. resided. His. fourhoura'teaching did not seem: to be all heu ed lred to accomplish,. he was always 'ibdy to assist his pupils out of school as well as in.. Ih?re cannot be a doubt bub it is a blessing to have a gentleman inteching the. youths of the' country, who ish able to. mould their young minds. In the propergronv by. both. example and precept. All- this, and mrore can. be' said of ,r. Lampe. I could say mech: more in praise of that gentleman, but still I am ...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PREHISTORIC MAN IN EGYPT AND SYRIA. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 27 June 1884

PREHISTORIC MAN IN EGYPT AND SYRIA. A Gala Meeting was heldL by the Victoria Philosophical Institute of Lon don. in the' second week in Afay, at which its members gave a worthy wel come . to Vice-Ohancellor ])awson, C.M.G., of McGill University, Mon treal, at whose instance the British As Mociation .visits Canada.this year. The Society of Arts kindly lent its premises for the oocesion, and its great theatre was crowded in every part long before the hour of meeting. The .chair was taken by Sir H. Darkly, G.C.M.C., K.O.I, F.R.S., who-after tire new members had been announced by Cap tain F. Petrie,the secretary--welcomed Dr. Dawson amid loud applause, and asked him to deliver his Address:-It was on !"Prehistoric Man in Egypt and Syria," and was illustrated, by large diagrams,. also flint implements and bones collected by Dr. Dawson himself on the spot during his winter tour in the East ; Professor Boyd-Dawkins, F.... kindly assisted in the classification of the bones. In deal ing with ...

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 — 27 June 1884

i .ilnrr -ihnder- and rSon's 'LEucail'pt i' .i Ita ,.. ,ad "... . E'xtract. "'#'F' tiiýcrontthl. "rSt!L' 'ii.Glinic.iatecord e Eucalyptol in Albumiinuria. Jane: t ,,l.rs ly Waa. TI Asett, M hh,;1.)a,%' -is 1halr e Prof,.'Prinlciples And L?ialtOiOl f aiTedi h, ouf*l"< , ctillno and. linical .llediciuonStJe?ouT i ..r. i 1li oiaaOollege of I.Pl)'siiana.a ndditd6 R?i u:t. -" x tiiai haeel a rbii fi'il lyqi. na ,t lie iii e , ol1 4:il. , iipi",>ng a ,h al; t st im e Iwnirng iu.q ,ii'yljll' oiilhrnil ll il?lantcel i lf .,' fuilIrrt ? lie ' in o b s y I a l ok i l I itlf llli ed 't th it p o i ih'u l n s i ia70 t' athi .hitid p ei'tii i 11 ieri te ? i?ba1 ua a'idini t$'ei"ltia ifiu'llr f 't 'liraarl but i t iii iu rejro nl iire lftbat?t arnitl hleil Illti a.r lllat 'itl -id "4ia -ilhl.\ll'i r" tl ia il, ii?irtpel I 'k I) 9h ., -i,'''',.'·" ionsl~letai i~l t ' h'lfl hlil -dilglhl' tr¢+ ,lh , lh*l oeia?volalStllljujlitxpsie ll ll tiweri sia r fb T i, so9. i}htl ;i i ?l.I s l ,n...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 27 June 1884

The Bad and WorthIess are never imitated or coumaerieited. This ies especially true of a family medicine, and it. is positive proof that the remedy imitated is of the highest value. As soon as it had been tested and proved by the whole world that Hop Bitters was the pllrest, beet and most valuable family melicine on earth, many imitations sprung up and began to steal the notices in which the preue and the people of" the country had expressed the merits of ff. I., and in every way trying to induce suffering invalids to use their stuff instead, expecting to make money on the credit and gool name of it. B. Many others started n«trums put up in similar style to H. B., with variously devised names in which the word " Hop" or " Hops" were used in a way to induce people to believe they were the same as Hop Bitters. All such pretended remedies or cures, no matter what their style or name is, and es pecially theose with the word "Hop" or " Hops" In their name or in any way con. nected with t...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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The Mystery of the Marsh House. CHAPTER VII.—(CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 27 June 1884

CHAPTER VII.-(CONanlcNr .) " Hum I I ee what you mean. But what il to be done, then t" " Let's have a bit of dinner, and then we'll talk the matter over. Something must be done, and very quickly, Loo, that's certain, or else e shall get in to a mesa." Mrs. Wyatt quickly took of her-things and began bustling aboat, and in a short time dinner was ready. Both father and son were very silent during the meal they were evidently con. sidering what course of action it would be safest to pursue. When everything had been cleared away, and the spirit decanters placed on the table the men drew up to the fre (for the eveing was chilly) and began to smoke. " To begin with, Peed,r said Wyatt, after awhile. " I don't feel lIke loling everything, after all the trouble and anxiety we've had, without a fight for it. "The question be. fore us is, what is to be done for the best t" continued the old man. " We must either make her marry you, or wove her some whore-or else move the young spark that is ki...

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 — 27 June 1884

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A DUBLIN "GHAZI." GRAPHIC SKETCH OF AN IRISH BOREMIAN. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 27 June 1884

A DUBLIN " GHAZI." GRAIIHIC SKETCH OP AN IRISH BtSU&tI IAN. -o-- (Frosm Redpit&', WeeA4.) Gordon ii beleaguered in Khartoum I The toll;graphl to Berber is cut I Not a word of news front the Quixotic hero, who,. mounted on a dromedary. and armed with a blackthorn stick, set off through the baked wastes of the Bahinda to. save the prestige of an English Government and restore peace to restive Soudan 'as by a touch of magic I Plenty of vague rumours- that he has sortied and been beaten, that his black troops have mutinied, that he has been captured by the Had denibdowahs, and is a prisoner at Korosko-hut not a word of news I Not a word! Not a word i And a Ministry of England, whispering' over their Cabinet table, waiting in feverish dread for a word of news-for their fate trembles on the message of that word I And millions in England itraining their eyes anxiously towards the mud ramparts within which "Ohinese" Gordon ought to bhe, and hoping against hope. But none of t...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Bad and Worthless [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 4 July 1884

The Bad and Wortblegs are never ilitated or eounteletritd. This is especially true of a family medicine, and it is positive proot that the remedy iwittad Is of the highest value. As soon a it had been tested and proved by the whole world that Hop Bitters was the purest, best and most valuable family medicine on earth, many Imitations sprung up' and began to steal the notices in which the press and the people of .. thecountryhad expressed themerits of I. 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 H. B. Many others started nostrums put upin similar style to II. B., with variously devised names in which the word "Hop" or " Hops" were used in a way to induce people to believe they were the same as ilop Bitters. All such pretended remedies or cures, no. matter what their style or name is, and es peeially those with the word "Hop" or "Hops" in their name or in any way con. nected with them o...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CHAPTER VIII. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 4 July 1884

CHAPTER VIII. The next day Ethel called out, " Come In," In fsply s knock at the dosrsnd Wyatt entered, followed, by his son. U Good morning, miss," said Wyatt. "Hope we don't intrude." Ethel drew herself up by the mantel.piece and replied, somewhat ltifly, "I thought it was your wife, sir. May I inquire your business t" "My-- Mrs. Wyatt has gone to isit some friends," answered the old man, with out a shake in his voice. "I thought it better that she should be out of the way." " Will you proceed to business, sir !" re marked Ethel. "Our business is this, Miss Tracy, or whatever your name is. Things have come to such a pass that it is necessary we should take care of ourselves t and to do that pro perly you will have to be silenced. Now, there are only two ways of doing it. If you like to marry my boy, of course everything will be right, for you wouldn't round on your own father-int:lw a bat if you refuse, then we must take another way of doing it ' ... " May I inquke, sir, what the ...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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USES OF ADVERSITY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 4 July 1884

USES OF ADVERBSITY. If none were sick and none were sad, What service could we render? I think if we were always glad, We scarcely could be tender. Did our beloved never need Our patient ministration, Earth would grow cold, and miss, indeed, Its sweetest consolation. If sorrow never claimed our heart, And every wish was granted, Patience would die and hope depart, Life would be disenchanted.

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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GREENSBOROUGH ANNUAL PLOUGHING MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 4 July 1884

GREENSBOROUGH ANNUAL PLOUGHING MATCH. The Greensborough annual plough ing match was hold last Thursday on Mr. Shillinglaw's farm, near Bundoors. The conmmittee are to be congratulated upon the large number of entries (32), and also upon being so fortunate in securing such suitable ground for the match. It was a square paddock of about 12 acres, and had been in grass for some years so that the ground was firm and with just sufficient grass to keep the sod together. The furrows were very straight and the lands even, and all that was required further was' about a day's steady rain, which would have made the ground cut better. But in spite of the dry season some capital work was shown in all the classes. In Class A, the champion winner, W. Creighton, was very nearly beaten by L. MacFarlane. In the Double Fur row Class, J. Lodge took first prize, beating J. Crowley, who was placed first at Janefield the week before. In the Swingplough Class, R. Bassett was beaten by D. Anderson, who made...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Mystery of the Marsh House. CHAPTER VII.—(CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 4 July 1884

CHAPTER VII.-(CoTesnoD.) And, as he spoke, he kicked her three or four times toin the ribs and back. Just as he was turning away, he saw something white just peeping out of her pocket, and, stooping down, discovered a note. Tearing it open, he read aloud as tol. lows: " My darling Gerald (for I am sure it is you ; something in my bosom tells see so), -I am kept a close pritoner in the Marsh House, and when you came to look yester day, I was hidden away in a secret room at the end of the wine-cellar. Wyatt and his son are much frightened by your proceedings and talk of' killing me if I will not marry the son. Bnt rest assured, darling, I would rather die a hundred times than prove false to you. " Trusting yen will succeed in obtainin, "I remain, my darling Gesald, SEver your own loving, " Elal." For a moment WyVatt was silentater read. ing tbhis then, in tonesof coneantrated rage, he said, "This is the traitor we have amnongst us, then? A woman who would betray her own husband and so...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE FIDGETY HOUSEKEEPER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 4 July 1884

THE FIDGETY HOUSEKEEPER. --o-o It is just as you say neighbour Green, A treasure indeed is my wife; Such a treasure for bustle and work I have never met in my life. But, then, she keeps every one else As busy as birds on the wing, There is never a moment for rest, She is suchh a fidgety thing I She makes thoe best bread in the town, Her pies are a perfect delight, Her coffee a rich golden brown, Her crullers and puddings just right: But, then, while I eat them she tells Of the care and the worry they bring; Of the martyr-like toils she endures Oil, she is such a fidgety thing I My hose is as neat as a pin, You should see how the door handles shine; And all of the soft-cushioned ehaire And nicely swept carpets are mine, But, then, she so frets at the dust, At a fly, at a straw, at a string, That I stay out of doors all I can; She is such a fidgety thing I It is just as you say, neighbour Green, A treasure to me has been given; But sometimes I fain would be glad To lay up my treasure ...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Calendar for the Week. JULY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 4 July 1884

altamdar for tt Weth. JULY. PHABEB OF TIE MOON,. SFull Moon............... Sd 7h Om p.m. SLastQuarter...........16d 7h 19m a.m. S Flrt Qua'rter..... ..... ' 4?4 m . o. a Apogee, 4d llh p.m. - Perigee, 2od hb p.m. 6 Su 4th Sunday after Trinity. 7 M (6) Ilob.Bay Rail. pur. by Govt. 1878 8 To Defensive treaty with Turkey 1878 9 W (1)h1eaon emu, swan, goose com. It Tn Nlelbououe Unlverasity founded 1854 I1 F Alexandria bombarded by British1882 12 RA (ll) Massacre New Caledonia 1878

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 4 July 1884

A concert will' be. etdt in the Hall, Queenstown. this: (Friday) evening, in aid of t~.e further improvement, of the: local cemetery. The committee, iit connection1 with 'the' Kangaroo Groundl ball, held on loth June, held their final meeting last Friday evening. The grss proceeds amounted to rra 1451 Ex penses, Is 12s 6d, leaving a balance of PLo it 6d. You.OA U n AHPPIr it you will stop sU yuar.duoerlij yuurselland families ilth,,epesnive,adoctnor or cure-alle tst do onlyll bha, and we Nature's: aidple'remedlesifor all you ailment., you will be well and hapiy and sare meat espe?se. The greateet remedy .b.. this, the. reat, wise, and good will tell you, is Hop Bittersn. See Poverty and Bufferling.--" I ws dreggl down with debt, poverty, and sullfferlnl for years, caused by a selk hmily and Iarge bills or doctoring, which did them no good. I was completstly dhsoureds.slti one year ago by the advice of my pautor, I proourbes Ilop IlMcre and cemmenced their use, and shi em, mlooth we ...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 4 July 1884

TO ADVERTISERS. Advertisement eamnot be withdraw before she time expires for which they have been ordered. Where the number of the inser tion is not deatinctly, pecified advertise. nmets will be inserted until cosutermanced and ca.rged for accordingly. A Wise Deocon.- uDemoon Wilder, I want you to tell me how yn? kept yoerasel and family so well the pat season, whoa all the leat of u have been smik so much, and have had the doctors running to us no often,. " Brother Taylor, the answer is very easy lueid Hop Bittern time, and kept:my. family well, and saved large doctor's bills Four shillleg worth of it kept us all well nd able to work all: the time, ana I will warrant It has cost you and most of the nelghbora £10 to i100 apiece to keep sick the nrne time. I fanty you'll take my medicine hereafter." Ble Decr?pituude requires some nastaining power, just a the maimed limb needs a re liable support. The frmts of age indicate the waning of that vital flame, that buhns with intenser glow ...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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, 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 — 4 July 1884

Correspondenace -0- Without endorsing tie opiniuts ose oou ueo respondents,. we shall, be glad to insert comnunieations hearing upon topics of publie interest, which nomy be lntelligentlyi expressed and free from personalities, mo eonditlem of receiving the writer's. rel name, act necessarily foi publication,.kuk as a guarantee:of good taith? TO us I5froa or THa TIVLaLx O?SUEvaa e8;,-Seeing t correspondence in your valuable pipor from; Mr. Lampe, late head teacher of queenstown school in reference, to," Siter's Gully," and fully lendoreing his. (Mr.. Lampe's) views it every particular, in,. dices meoto nrve the same indulgence. When I was unfortunately appointed to. .Pnton Hill sahool jponL Queenstown school, the percentage was only 50, and. the-attain -.. menits of the dhildren, I can easily prove,. wure. farbeloarnthe ar.crage'of the neighbour iung chool~'. bhese difficulties, with careles,, thoughtles,. and. over-indulgent parents to, contend with, made it no.casytnsk for me to, ...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 4 July 1884

Tu. Co Res$sONrWNT$. The utmost freedom consihtent telhr the public interest, will be allower to corrspon dents of all classes, but no communications will under any circumstances be inserted, unless authenticated by the real name and address of the writer, which will be regarded as strictly confidential, and serer as a guarantee of good faith. We canost be held responsible for the opinions expressed by cerresponadnts.

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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BANQUET TO MR. E. H. CAMERON, M.L.A. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 4 July 1884

. BANQUET TO MR.'E:-. H.CAMERON, M.L.A. A complimentary banquet in honor of Mr. E. H. Cameron, M.LA., and in recognition of public services per formed in the district by that gentle man, was given at the Yan Yean Hotel on Saturday last, the'28th June. The company numbered nearly 40, amongst those present, in addition to the guest, were Mr. R. Harper, M.L.A., Dr. Plummer, president of the National Agricultural Soociety, Mr. Job Smith, J.P., ,members and officers of the Whittlesea Shire Council, and a num ber of leading residents of Evelyn and East Bourke. The mdmbers of the Government were invited, but owing to the pressure 'of important public business and prior engagements for that day were unable to be present. Mr. W. Thomas, J.P., President of the Shire, occupied the' chair, on his right being Mr. Cameron, and on his left Mr. Harper ; the vice-chair being filled by Mr. L. Harmer, supported on his right and left by Mi. Job Smith and Dr. Plummer respectively. After the usual toasts...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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LILYDALE SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, 28th June. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 4 July 1884

LILYDALE SHIRE COUNCIL' Saturday, 28th June. The ordinary monthly meeting of this council was held on Saturday, 28th June. Present:--The President (D. Mitchell, Esq.,) and Cra. M assina, Blair, Macintyre, Rourke, Wiggin, Supple, Baker, and Walker. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. conRe?SPONDKNCe . From Dr. (rahlun, staling that on account 'of having acceded to the Coun eil's request to convey a portion of land for the purpose of foanning a roadway, an irregularity in the* original survey made by a licensed surveyor was dis covered, and he was called upon to pay an additional sum of £7 49 Gd, to the Lands Department, lie now requested the Oumncil to carry out the work for which the land was granted, or recon vey the land to him. Cr. 3Massina considered the request a very reasonable one as it was now three years sincoetho Council undertook to construct the bridge over the Creek, giving an outlet to the property, and moved that tenders be invited for thes wo...

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