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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 1 August 1884
DR. RIENDEROQN May be cmalaled at CASTELLA STtE?T. LKK4Ir"D.AjL, - Next to Mr. Handu store, DR. STOCK, L.K..0,P.rI.k t.?.¥.PR ifk. f C AN be consulted a-t ha reblReaoe Prospect Ilous, llight-sreet,. Narthooto, every mi?ting an"' evening; .. 1..'.. i , Greenasorough,. 'ridaya, .11 30 to 12.30. MuarngR and Whittleaca, Wedl neday. ...... Medical Notice, DR. HENRY JAMES, M.R.O,., E, L...O.P.; ZLM, kc., WILL VISIT ELTHAM AND K4'NOGAItQO Qo0IUN1 At It m. "i lttdd totowa.dapa Thl .ledlicino d' Generatisc ta ii¢s¢ra H'l SICKt who lhave beu ht aer the I blellr. of tauy tlminlnLt bphysie:Iw, ldll b) theltl prolounoll Itotillt?atu. ~an with coeheuleci eonsult a tL at toy present residentce a tllrietnlt, Hills i alats very Wedne lesy ot Kungaroi (Irounll, ?lthlain, Ileidelberlg. ,ul Melslntotue (at the Oilit, Htlel, wlel llby the nlt of the laove newe science I can re?tloe sihen tc tihat corlitlou ot health whtic is lsplpilites it itsrlt. .01h4 BEltOCl.AZ, Electro ionmopathisLt. Mark Foy's Grea...
LILYDALE SHIRE COUNCIL Saturday, 26th July. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 1 August 1884
LItYDALE 8IIRE COUNCIL '-.-- -----. ' Saturday, 20th July. i;" The ordinary monthly emoetiiig, of this council was hold on Saturday, 26th. July. Presnt :--Theo Prsident\f(b. Mitchell, Esq.,) and Cr. Masnain,i Blair, Macintyre, Rourke, . Supple, Baker, and Walker. The minutea of the prevouse ordinary meeting, and of the meeting hold on 19tl July, o?.rovlsa the vetora' lists, were read and cottitmed. From Central Board of ,Health, re porting casies' of whooping cough at Gruyere State school, No. 1695. Re ceived. "From' O. W Bruce, enolosing cheque for,; £1q, a sount ,guarant d towards the Scoreshy road works in ladditian to a-formerdontiosof-Rh paidLtowarda assisting.in imprpving the san road. Acknowledged with thanks. a ,From Depaetepont of Agrioulture, enclosing account for £7 ha 8s for signature of the Shire T'reasarer as clainaýt, being an addition to grant on amountr expendedduring 1883] in iom provemonts in Lilydale reserve Frow Joseph ,BabEberg. solicitor, in reply to Bncrýen't...
THE LANCEFIELD MURDER. LANCEFIELD, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 1 August 1884
THE LANCEFIELD MURDER. Lancefield , Sunday. Information was conveyed to the police authorities in Melbourne on Saturday of the supposed murder of Peter M'Aush, which took place on Thursday evening, and steps were at once taken to trace the perpetrator. From further particulars which have been obtained it appears that a man named Kelleher was proceeding home from the Boundary Hotel at eleven p.m. on Thursday. and when about two miles .fron Lancefield his horse shied at something on the road. Kelleher at once dismounted and discovered the dead body of man, which was subsequently identifled as that of Peter M'Aush, an old rsident of the district. The body was removed to the Boundary Hotel, when it was discoverel that deceased had seen shot through the abdomen and head, the former wound being the cause of death. Suspicions of foul play were at once a roused, and the metropoliton police be ing communicated with, two black trackers were sent up from Dandenong by the first train. on Saturd...
To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 8 August 1884
To Cor espondents. IT is rewonested that Letters and other coIrnoetealton itcenoded for inner. tioii tn the neCw colaw oa be oddressed to the Editor. To avoid incoaveoieue and dolay att buintess couomooicatkons LnuIuting or, does for tha paper. adlertiaoeroeos, and remittancos should ho addressed to toh publishers,, Izri, Scury, and. Ce. Paymecuts stay be. made by post oteec order, ha* dradi, or VictoriuA postage atwpa.
Remember This. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 8 August 1884
I Reanenber Thi. If yonu am ick Hop Biters will surny al, Nature In akirg yea well when ill el?e falls. If you are ceatie ordyepit4or aare e. terfir from any other of the nuserues dl. maie of the t0d, itca or bowla, It is yor own falt if you remain Ill, for ip' Bitters fsa soVerelg remedy in all such coiphalate. It ya era wasting away with stay bor of Kldrte disease, stop temptihg Death this moment, and.turn for care to Hop Bitters. If you are sick with that terrible sLakness, Nervouaness, you will Snd a ."Balec it Gilead" io the use of Hop itter.... If you are a frequenter, or a esident of a mbanmati district, barricade your systen agaUst the so?arge of all eonutriet--iaalar" iai, epidemic, bilows, and lntemtento etianm -by the use of Hop Bitteun. If yes have mlegh, pimply, or allow skih. bad brath, pal?lsucd aches, sad ieat mie able genesally, Hop Bitter will give y0o fair skin, rich blood, and sweetest breath hbealth, ad comfort.. fora cme they will nc or Or]. rig idt ead chnss k...
Calendar for the Week. AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 8 August 1884
4611talr for. tht Md..k AUGUST. 0 O(MAISO OF. 9116 NOON. F j ull Mloon............... 7 h 47o1..m, New Moon....... ....2d 7h 34mi amo. o I to 1 nquter.........O nd 1 221i a &o. O4 Apogee, rd 9h p.m. 4 Ferigee, 17.d. lb a~m. 10 Sr 0th Sunday after Tlontity 11I M (10. Melbourno lit with gos. 1.067 12 Tou(7ooulncceme oofbunineo of N.M.L. 13 I Asaoelaonooat N...W. lrajch 0878 14 Ti' (211)1bwkuercne. oiosite LLMlb. 1831 15 F Gas fret used .oodoo 1807 16 8A Gold mdoesprocl. Crown propty.ISSI
THE ORPHAN GIRL. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 8 August 1884
TBE OBPIIHAN GIRL. 0 Father of all fosaken, take pity on me, I I lono thy loving-klndness, alone In the world toI.day Beret of father aamother, who have pmsed to the better land ; Oh, lit to my upplleation, and lead me by theb had! A me, whenI think it over, the happy life 'weled Un that norwlul molog they told us be lya beg, bhave.hearted brother, who in the w. wme eWn; Awdoa ef·r y.h d tather and mother were n. er the same agai. awonl a arlon d evening, she sat by ith delm epa weeping snd longing for him who would come no more, Until, is the dresr autumn, she could no longr wit, ... And paed from to meet him within the golden gate. , father, lovi ? an tender, he loved me well, I know, But his heart was crushed and broken ; he sank beneath the blow; He always seemed to be searching forsonma thing he could not find ; 8o longthey had walked together, heoould not stay behind. Alone In the world, 0 Father I 'Tie hard and eold theay; a ; Ia trial and temptatio,boe Theo my help and Be~ct...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 8 August 1884
TO CWRU.ESl'ONDb NTS The ultbnob frerfn cosisitlent with the public inleresl, wila bb llQZOxd (o corrrspon. dents a/all clasces, bus nacanawasicaliona will under new eitecnutasar. be inserted, nenisas authcnticakdly, ihe real name anal address of the awri.Wr, which will ha regarded as strictlyj' ccnfuaetial, wwi iCrre as a gsarnimee of good. faith. We eaaoot . e Add eespoe Bible for. Mss. opinions expressed bµ correspondlenjg,
CHAPTER XIII. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 8 August 1884
Ca ur a R1r7. -i wn w oete tat old WyS w blt *i drsevy prewctoe t the Mas Shms. 3. hM ot muob eoaleem In .IOpe* bat hmself nd he 14M .t u ise hobab ttrge r 4 him wife athis Io wooe ea he This belag the mseh ge sumlly Mook 1. wantage of any little outtag Ubl the prs" to look up some of his old eslls with whom he bad been ball fellow well set w l days gone by. On the present soesilon, he spent two e three bours with one and aotlheeb and who bi' let * Th6 I tbher Iottle," end bd teeIld the loet goodl.ilght, he Lad dank about as much as he could carry. 0t11, he know his way pretty 'well; the only d rwbek ap the ntense darkness of the night. Bht havig bon reared In that nelghbor. ond, he knew all the paths and bridges shebt the iuerhe a well sM Coakney knows Hyde Park. H, Iotllowd the lan down to the botiom, sad the pealog through i gate entered on to tie marLb. It we s,welldsoed path, sod there was Iltleo ear of his loing. i I so, as e walkeld aloeg, he began cogitatng what would be the...
The Evelyn Observer. Published Every Friday. FRIDAY, AUGUST 8, 1884. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 8 August 1884
te, ib6enl Obserner. Published .eeru.Prid w., FRIDAY, AUGUST 8, 1854. Ar th Eintham Shire Council meeting on Monday last Mr. WooLcoTT asked the eoretar yit 'he could inform him the total amount of rates he (Mr. Woon.corr) had pid sinpe he has boee in the distript, and the aueant exponded on what ii known as the ViewHill road during the same -period. The answer was that he paid in rates £780 2s 10d, and the amount expended on View Hill road was £120 los.: No doubt the above information was asked for with the view of coiAtradicoing the report circulated that Mr. WooLorTT made use of his position as a cowiiooildo to benefit himself by having more than his share expended on the rd}d iI question. We think that jho forego.ng figure hould more than saties any and.every person who believed the re" poft oven if t road. was only, to sveo Mr. WooLoon, instead of wbich it is a publie oad pretty muaeob tksversed hgr the general public. Althaugh it Is an old saying that aby weapon is fati in war,...
Commercial. Aug. 6. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 8 August 1884
Commerolil, Artlcbcak, td per it Sle? e hehkt to Isper do opt t ilet$l, ktdneuy, .i to id pct th t 'ahblges, I. to to 4A per dot Cartjts, ed to is peDtooea t bunctte S LClilluwCet, is to 4a It pUc doz CcleTy,',s to 4u per dozen stickh Cucumbers, ltd to 1s per do;, Oprlic, 04 to yd per lb Lettuc , ld to Is per dozne 1.eksa, 64 to td per dozet bupehte. $Ninl Is to Is tki peg dezen licttth Potatoe, A4 to d4 ft per cwt phtbarb, I to ?ed petdotw b1*ches Tomatoes, 4s tbto p ?hed .. S- T r i" "Ttir? to 1id per dozte bunches E teg eta.e Thoe i 114mlelo 0s e l ert Apple-s, dessert, w it to Its per bushel S Ap. .t IoL igj l. to L1.. . ki dbe Peanr, ?dl t adP er lB s atid. eel t. l el p" i g :l' teeorkI tod1&,ap rlb g 'ICha?e ? ad to q lduit i r-? l tlIal strIt The mrket wa s va ery good porkers still mai th pr :d: ; ::- ". • -Ie obtalned hhly satisfactory..t . Aug 8. e ?,, i s-rThTe mark. T beet mowderate?y aipluppd witla countree ota and fair valuy oo ? a?, tollzeidA. Servlcic e detc...
The Bad and Worthless [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 8 August 1884
-The Bad and Worthless arie never ittated or counterfeited. This . f4a uly true of a family medicine, and it ireslitvli proof that the lembdy imitated is of the highest vlue, As soon as it had been ,?.S?M proved by the whole ,world that hop Bitters was the purest, heat and most vaiuablefuainily medicine on earth, many imitations sprang ap and began to stetl the a9qis' In which the press and the people of thecountrghad expressed the merits of I, B., and 'inevey way trying to induce nuffetiog luvalids'to use their atuff instead, expeoting to make moiley on the credit and good name ?tIi.BD : Many other staeted nostrms put up in stmilaratyle'to'H.'B., with variously devise,'iaiteias fiin ehtel the woe I'f, or SMapss"w n ued: tie a way to induce'ipeoplo to ?elieve they w?.? the, r e ai top Bittes. All much pretcndod ronsedles or cuoq no tr liaf theam style or name is, ana e peplaly thms with the word "Hop" or ?H?opls" iitheir name or in any way cpps aecdecltthl them or their name, awn ib...
DIAMOND CREEK GOLD MINING COMPANY, NO LIABILITY, NILLUMBIK. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 8 August 1884
DIAMOND CREEK GOLD MIN ING COMPANY, NO LIABILITY, NILLUMIBIK. The usual half-yearly meeting wa~ held at the company's office, 81 Colliis street west, on S1lt July. There was a good attendance of shareholders, and the chairman, John Parry; Esq., J.P., presided. The report and balance-sheet having been duly received their adop tion was. moved by the Chairman, * when an amendment was submitted by the late mining manager, Mr. Geeo. Haley, seconded by Mr. P. Ryan, that that portion of the report relating to - himself be expunged as an unjust re Iflection on his conduct. In a lengthy - speech he contended that his advice - had notbeen followea ..?6...e. t the w t. -~ an.'dl e - eshr oughout he ha~ acte in the best Interests of the comr pany and finished by bringing various chargsa against the present manageo ment. The Chairman in his reply, however, contended that the directors had ample uisttiflcation for the course I they took in dismissing Mr. Haley Safter the utter incompetence he had...
PENNY READINGS AT ELTHAM. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 8 August 1884
PENNY READINGS ATI ELTHAM. -- --_ The usual fortnightly meestinwas held on Wednesday evening, the SOth" alt, There was a very large attend. ance, every seat being oocupied. In the absence of the President (0. 8. Wingrove, Esq., J.P.) the Rev..J. 9. Gason took the chair. He (the Chai?a man) remarked that at the last meet. Ing of the committee Mr. Wingrove had been reelected President of the society, there could be no doubt that the success of the entertainments was due almost entirely to the seal and energy of that gentleman, who had spared neither time, trouble, or expense to make them meetings what they were, a pronounced success But this was not he wondered at, as it is a well known fact that whatever Mr. Wingrove undertakes Is sure to sue. ceed. The proceedlngs opened by Mr. John Coleman playing a violin solo. This was followed by Mr. J. Lyons singing " A love letter," which was well received. Our young riend Mr. Ceo. Hill thna recited "The pareon and the dump. "A woman of nmind....
CHRISTMAS HILLS MECHANICS' INSTITUTE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 8 August 1884
OHERISTMA8 HILLS MEHANICI S' INSTITUTE On Monday eveaing last an entertain. mneatof a var?d character was given under the: autpies of the. committee of teaueiºýin tg society. Being :weather; there wirrl. A . the room being full; Mr. J, Sayle ably filled the chair. , A well selected pro gramnie was drawn up, and Mr. Oharl ton commenced with the reading "Oomodore Trunnions Marriage," In a very creditable manner. Then Mise Holding sang with feeling "Thy face." Mr. Bohofleld was happy in his tender Ing of the "fl aer Seller," The song "The Kerry dance" was nioely sung by Mies Birch." Mr. F. Holding's song, "Beautiful Isle of the sea," was well received.. Miss Lowman'a song, "uRois, sweet home," was rendered with spirit and expression and displayed her powerful voice to advantage, Mr. Sloane ave in his beat style the reading "Oall in the doctor," Miss Holding sang with good effect "He kised me when he left me." Mr. J. Smith causemd mouch laughter by reading " Hlow David Prioe cured hia w...
Correspondence. Withourt endorsing the opinions of the 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 — 8 August 1884
GorrespoOdelcae. Without eaolontg the opinions of a14o0 respondents, we hbll be glad to faert oommunoostlow bowrlg upon topics " pablio latueetwhich may be intelli.getly inae, not neces~ily tow pIbeation, but as sIuaraIItf good tauth. TQ TattU lk IIQ CorI P K vrXYN QoBVB. Sta1r tIlje Uly isect ia this yIq'flAoie doWeil of the Wd1uPbtltnL^Mt e ) 4hbe Jmefli~e school." I solemnly doolaeu thea 'l,,e.amUdin nonht ,unimin n.nn .1law . h. . o n ^ it was thog-Uhe efforts of the las Mr, ' id^ t l^mebie adfi; and South MoBorati SWtchools were built,, and. At is pr4A'ie t 4:ljkAt I would fo one. qet Ma y I iagu tr- thc. f ffi &lt;i ouJ vehaloli sa wmars Q9MoanIe Ilia aow t eft"ppn! UrL'jmegra-tthe 4b~o IIL your valanjtol * · " o - : io iu pectfuly, " w." A At WItIS.
THE AUSTRALIAN ELEVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 8 August 1884
THE AUSTRALIAN ELRVEN. The following apped in the Sydney! Evening News:-" Re rt on our cricketers, ?y our epei.al edical mnan -Mnurdocl*' eye still vgry had and in. flamed. MU eepto tothelsade oraome time to oe- Bata on crutches- Bonnor's heed healing fast, chin bones. knitting well. Allowed a pring nat tress to field oa.-BlIakhams arm will be out of' splhant' in a 'brtnight, sad his lmd sbeei. fast mmd .Lt normal shape FPingev'nair 'ali fas??-Midwinter's nose stilU ?lza ?/ of-Paris mould.' Leg doing wel, be ginning to piok up l-.Spolb s arms are going on grandly; bqJat doing well too. Bach i famously. Head nearly wel. ? !to be' propped up still ,toLbv ? e contes out of the hospital in thsh ingto play san goes back khi Still in great agony, but pt a a?t, devil into his bowling..--L hmer has taken his head out of tho feels bettee now. 'Hls fit him wonderfully wll., ihkeshM left arm off when he goe. lwato t.?' The gap in Boott'ha heed il I and his iew set of teetsh" " e 'me honme, n?d...
WHITTLESEA SHIRE ELECTIONS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EVELYN OBSERVER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 8 August 1884
6 W ITTLJUIA s8IRE EyJCOTIONB. wo. vi LsP ow .1", avatlri OB ayaia. i , wib-ght . a da?slato erprose B6n opilDon Ston t merit of thc various oeadidates, for municipal hpnorain our august local legis. 1 bot ', :rv ature to iapasos otn our good ustuae,; ae sequgst you to Insert the.lblomw. ir iun*llutlmp,whliebI ys'aayuinro given, i~ po pgut.aul foa t thboa.atuL. tldistaict.. I t ilbegwitkwthte Whittlosca calte dates 'Y b Uar hI aeng n s ... WbsyalL Ma SEprding I. a gentleman for"whom. hahesa 0 great r?specot and one whom, l think would y make brood inmembei; bitt tioOn the pro-, &lt;sesat oce o," w I irohiv p eeritnseeing ShiWosta9k", the. positionot faditor, Mr. iMarshall has claim, on. the ratepayeas for his libripity in mOttc ralocal,. alld earnest efforts, togotwtorkdone. for his riding that Ilthink- w?p?hplAimthrough., For the Yap I Yean riding,,. the. analdats hbeiug: Msews. _ . ferey and Nlsoa With oegard to. Mr. Slffreyst I mahsap lthinl ldane h aPect able mombch of s...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 8 August 1884
=.; Sander and Son's E.ucalypti Extract. [From the "StT,"n-is Clinicatl Record," , , r l. Iss1. , o rEucalyptol in Alb niinurira. By WXat. Ila.min, 3I.D., SProf. P rinciples Malld ]ractice 9 V \ li o c tn lud Cliultl li 'dici te, St. .onis .l Colle;e of Physici-. a.ui SiuIr.Io. lI~i friend, lit. iii Hi'..r. hll. 'Mi, S ,'.j .j. hie he.n e.ll ,lts for ii r lllu el iiti'. illd - . i l it l l lg t h i s c o mal l I lv tl y 1 4li t , sI v rit i , a" ?id hltans1 nge? tn. rtoi rt hlik r-oltuls to this ?'-n- rn llro i. lu ad nlir , of ia full report, hli S. t nstbu dly ta urn ii-hlihd the parchulhrne if ai " " o .. w hi ht w as i ta o Ull :' r i ' y o w in i ier ' ti~illln , sll d which "ixhr4l i-ytii intier is ,:griitly. The patient sun.-i . to be the ylt:itii "f Itu li l Ivid,'4 Ii?lt l lt , btiut it i ilmelin -ts wa.s Ii te orreit outi. , I''nE.-A gvitlliiliiun, l ged fmltvlhve., was iwas for siverl wii.iks einlrueltl ti iltIre L.n .nI,,rttion of n' bildtit, ld uu ls 1hi1 , ui,n tnlautl...