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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 2 March 1883

Commercial. N] LIIOURNE STOCK -tEPORT., Iitrolr t ANl iAt LltV it'O lC. 1), L.velý4i' 44141 (and. op.li'i, i'411.FeS. Hair Stocki,-'tlle mairirket loet week woo pg,'il vi r' l l.hlly oueq,let\l. iiltnnlwher yonlidl lit t I/i. IoIie r so l~lelilet (fr the. lniot el sol e40llt4~ to 1.1. itpeiiiaeo. to J i. I id i rowi a111 stores, from, 04 op-" 1'lrs.-A sllghltii.l roroviirnlet Jl 4 list. perk, 1tie wIeater Ioviiig bern iare i'es.-Very few yurtlel, 11 a sold up 1:.1rpoundh ng, S--rL 1'1--mpnqudnd;: R. _"D'ttl 4t Y,Ssb alit,1, , P1telnyy 5i I los'nwire. saddle~ marked, 'off hilt( foot 'wlhite, like j cute siolyrlders IlkJ 'or fillet elogitl t14441 exptoec ols d to lo 544 Slt l -'8 th orl,, I 4445:i F. 1' l.S r t lo ' ; rtll k er'ptr. Victoria Aelrcul uraI-. Sqc etY. Ilu XINNUAL.. Cattle, Grain, Fruit, Machinery, &e., &e., will be held AT HEIDELBERG, On TIIUIISIDAY, . \J\RC 2b~cH 2, .NEXT·, 1it'li rIS~TS to be oboatn 1 ilji n lteq tlo to 4icy 01 th4 Coiinnlttnc1 or. B Se...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 2 March 1883

Death. JARDINE—On the 31st January, 1883, at       his residence, ? (Late of             Kangaroo Ground), John Jardinbe, aged 79years and 10 months. A colonist of over 40 years.

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 — 2 March 1883

The Colonial I4utual --Life Assurance Society, ,0; < Limited. Miutual Life Assurance, As'ur t1-; ooni t.ii . Annuities p Vii ''-i t r .lire: . 8.4 und 26 l'1alillns-htrel war -, i'lelaournl. ""° .. llh#itn all the ul?lI.ad ; 'Tho ?on. Siir.J. (,o. liog i?ncs, .f.L.C 'lainon l velv lt l ' lport, .1 . :' 'rie lion. Sir Luken. L.eake, M.I..C. ---- - -... Directnr :. 'hu lier. II. lIow Ka1ue, M.A., Brlghton, ' Oliirni ,an S' 1:;E., Itnaver, I '1 p., nlerllit , Mlelbourie: . el)eputei-Chairnulo.. ...--"'hrlaon ? '. CI hlk, I., Willi.IIlstown. .-t aoynyes W Dickson, .lelbourie. 211. 110'ti .l lliote, lelb lorilre. T, .Iagaq .Martini F.S.S., .1aunging lireelor. Speill i,.'nturea : Fol'ex urd n,neondlitraiul, Incthallen.yealle and ladain'.il.le. f.t/.li./itabll e h ilt the0y /Iave slrrrindrr ruler. Al rons bIeli? thn e g tie ilirlltrns. vI ?iEW l, USINI0SS FOR LAST' YEAR 68.424 i'roposslll r 1.l.512?.I 95. 9.13 Poliers isult 11dlasuring £993.223. 'reI t Atllnuall I Illllon?e Iorr...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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KILLED IN A CRICKET-FIELD. MOOROOPNA, Sunday. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 2 March 1883

iIILIC. D IN A R'OI1IC1ET.I "LD. MoonloorNAs, Sundaiy.i Olus. Clay, agerld 23, ledger eihk at the Banki of Victorih, Slldtpprtllt, was killcl insttsantt:ously last Saturday, whilst bAtLing i a mittch betweveni lohvons relesontinlg Sheppartotn and llooroopua. sle was struck in thl rogiou of the heltto by' a fullopitoched hall delivered from Grinlingtoni , ono of tie botwltrs of thoe [looroo >na toeam. A inagistorial itnquiiy intot he atottur was hld this tmorntSg by Mr.. WX, S. ,Archer, ,I.P. Thlt hvidenctt of 0. W. Ij.alJ, colptailt of tLi 2loorootlta teat, asitd W. IHoy, unlpiit, anlldl of ,I; A. G.Oinlington, the howletr, was takllon, tfinot wjliclh it appoirt.l that tlhui lasth n l oted in tlt'lis'eri'i g thI ball lost his tootilng,'nid th. ball slippintg fr'om hIis IRaIdi struOk dIoceased ot tltt loft sidt dver tht heart. A vordictofaccidoital death was rcrm'tltd.-A.-Ar .. * :. evoral.: idays sinctt, aRYs a corros pttontdenhitsl Sytltty ltail Telet1Jraph ant oldorly tat, wnrk...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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"I'll do it, this very Minute." [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 2 March 1883

" I'll do it I'll do it this very minute I" acclaimed Squireo ]Ellis, as all the country round about called the substantial owner of Iluckland Grange Manor Farl,' which Ihe held under a longlease,ata peppercorn reat,' front the Dean and Chapter of Ashlhltster. "Yes,'! added he, starting snoros to the win-. low," Ilhtg oi e If I don't do it thlls very' iullate, for there goes Lawyer Ellery, most ol'pnrtiuely." . 'Then hie commenced a violent thulmpitng at tho.wiulow, which arrested the attention of a genttlemen Catterinu hy otn a 'leek, black horse, who Itnimediately tuirned the head of the spirited alnial, and camte dash. lag up the broad avenutte that led from 'the highway to the steps of the handsome, old fashiollned granllge. " What is It you are so unusnally earnest allouat acconplishing iulttediately ?'? asked a fair, bright-faeeil girl of twenty, looking up archly fromn her work. c Wih his lntural ilmIptuoity,. when once amused, the squitr was dashing by lher to the door, but,...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
A POETICAL PRISONER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 2 March 1883

A !iPO 'ICAL I'RISONER. The illkeniny Moderal'tn , repolrts: that at,the Nocuglh Putty Sessions an ex-drapor's assistant nalmnd John Anthony Mllahir, formerly of Itoscroa, lately of?t onigih, and late?u of Rath dowony, was brought up in custolly bcharged by Sub-Constable Jeoremiah Regan with having stolen a silk usi brella from the house at Dr. Morton, Summer Hill, Nonugh, on Saturday. The principal 'evidence for tlihe prose cution was that of Nanny Ralph, a servant:in..tho clnploymont of Dr. Morton, who depoined that on the dlay in question the prisoner c~dled at, her master's house and asked if Dr. Mlor toil was in. Shle replied tlio t he was not, hand. asked if Mrs. Morton would do. Shoe thena went to acquaint her mistress of the presence of the man in the hall who wainted to see the doctor. On her (witness's) return to thie hall she missed fromn the stand a silk tmn brella, the property of a young lady then on a viait to Mrs. Morton. The umbrella noiv'produced was the one taken ...

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 — 2 March 1883

COACHING. ROYAL MAIL LINE OF COACHES YARItA FLAS'I AND QUIKNS'IOWN Ct)OACIlES. Lu1ve Globe IIoltel, Swtaltnao.trcet, daly? 2 9 pO.m., byi Wy of Alphldgton, I'van0hoe,, lp |lj bierg Ethli ?'. Kangoroo *mGroeen,l I ills. Leave Yarr Flaits aid QieeIOlaiiwii at 7 a..1, Kpllltg 'icll"leaves'' lu Gliobe. otel daily at ' ' . Messrs.K$ ERR. anaC o. Proprtietoris of the EWANBURN B CG to inform the Inhablitant of Lily L dale, Yarrao'lla, aIId Iurrouldiglg diltricI, tihaL they are lnow prepared to SUPPLY SAWN TIMBER Or any dimoeoslions an d of the BENT, QUALITY lielivereI at Yarrea Flat, at 10s, . and ].llydlle, at lel per 101)ll oet llSper" I lo, leeiallly ,elected t(ihlter for WIhieelariglht I'urplluei, at l hi l pr Ile lFeet .upeLt. .ir II. Perrin, our I.ilyhalo gellnt, Ili opnli to. receive orilers, which will alect with prolnt ittetlulO . L. A gotal Slllly of thimber Is Ilyswn kept S il lhie yrd IJ vlt tile I Itclllitllu Ihl, tstellla a id lAnderson S Iecto, l.lydll.al SfRATFORD STRFTTLE ...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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The Evelyn Observer. Published Every Friday. FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 2 March 1883

Pu: bli hBd ei.cr? . lid.?. Ai. Ii DAoY, ,o.\IRH i,,18;,,3 " Wuna raven may be urged agninst? tho Q'l hn'gito ,Ministiry in this o tie bog of tlhoui doefuat it ou!st, we think,, be adl njittteu o~cl by their olumoiiits to tlh dor ing thoir taron of ofliwio thiy hI'o Ilrgely bIJItofittel liCo coulntr y Indy ldhring with c uniotilllu?al toucl3ht to their avowed policy o, I Peac, Prrogso, nnd Pros , "p.r,!y., Onoiug into power. it. a tiieo \\'nii the coloiuy was trn isunduor by politignl strir., thmruglh the snUihli an(ptlst" o( aopposing iparties it the Logil.atsiso tho; had tho g,;dl ?s?,so to hnproipo|iaq i. ]utr sioiubsquolitl y ahllowvl tlhiy lit \t' ~utrmintonito .to carry out a polic.?" ~ ~i\gdurntio-·-n..l!oloey that hl,, to use, a, poninon bit oxprsosivo 1shraleo, 'sot thu Poltry ii.',po its fot iind rdliovesh it of th4 in inbus of theu lorry llighit qnd its a!ttsedat t nrini of evils. L'aults, !pliiorolos oen gl,.nio doubt, can ho foiiiid w itt the () hoghhitJln siishtry, hot...

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NOTHING GOOD DIES. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 9 March 1883

INOTll.-G GOOD DIES. "---o T'Ihore is notling, on, nothill lIthat is innocent or goodl, tst dies nend is lirgottoli. .Lot ls hliid to thait lihitl, or none. Ah infliit, a prottliog chilh, iyinig in its cradle, will livo ,giln in tld beIttor thullghts of thiosuO tlhait hived it, and will play its palnrt, throiugh til m ia thei redeomninlg adtions of dte world, ihoughl its body be Ilurnt to ashnl or Irowned in the deeos?t son. TI'e'lro is nut anU agol anilloed to the hust of Ileavenl bIt does its blessed work on ourthl in those thlt lovedl it lohere. Fuorgotton! oh, if thei good deeds eofl human creatlires ciolil be traced to their source ,lw biocutiful rwould oves death updlear; i olr luo' much cllarity, mirey, .nllllI perilled nllintioil, woull bo seeot to hlave ltheir growth in dusty grnoves I-DICKeNs: (ilt Citriooit &/hup.. -..... A. Nlivelty for Densert.--Aiericen, as overy .one k-ows, is a 0ollnltry wloers ill Illatters of inolloey.illakilng. " lightly come, lightly goni...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
GEMS OF THOUGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 9 March 1883

GEMS OF TIIOUGILT. --aO-- - 0 The hlghest funme was never reachod exdept liy, wht'was l ale alielabove it. A holiday of miserable moil is sadder than a burialsday of kilngsr. Non are troubled'l with the dumb agnle; wronori with that which makes thn jaws chantter. . '•Tr brain that Imaes tll Ibhorrettco of cljime ill syuInithly ';o tlhe criminal is di?itshad. dltiltless ndll chleervflnlinss cn ironl moIllre rlli lilf the wrikloe lut of thlle forllheaul of tlge. Tiern isio sucilhl thiinlg ls knowing aiiimn inttinarnly overy slull is isolated froml every otliker. ' ll?ny give I heir money, from illo lollt s en' rilt',l thi l thloirt lh llt i I' rolli restlessl1l, " ELver?" 'thoiught which :eonius and piety throw into tihe wil ll nltots thl world. It is much enasier l'mr " ill.nllatured man than for it kind una to be smart and witty.'. Divinuojusticn ste.ls 1111n ius softly with woollenl fet, bhlt strl'ik at list with iron hands. The trIue poet will tnot suntlhlr the host, critic (I ear...

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CONCERT AT UPPER DIAMOND CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 9 March 1883

CONCEIRT AT'l' UPPER DILMOND OREICK. As per eIunio nceInolnt a concert, inl Hid of the Minister's stipend (Mr. Ihollow), wits held oni Friday evening last in the Upper Diamond Crook State School. The weather was favor able, and, as a iatter of couras the at tondnclt was good. Mr. J. Boll, jun., who occupied tih chair, iina few chosen words explaiined what the concert was in aid of, and conmmnoneed th evening's prograumlu by calling on Miss Ooutio for a song, which was very well rendlored. lr. L]annan theou sang, "Jessy at the Railway Baur," Next on coe progaruie was i a dtut, '" What are the Wild Waves saying," by. Miss COmlleorn and ?rir. B]urstont; also, a reading, "'liho death of Absalom," Mir. Dilli Fong, "flood-bya at the Door," Miss M'laughllin ; duet, " Lar board Watch," Mliss Cameron and Mlr. Burston ; song, Miss Caudwell; and a recitation by Mr. latnpe, brought the first part of the oevning's ontertain mnont to a close. After a short intter. val thel second part of the irog...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
PROFESSOR STOKES, F.R.S., ON MODERN SCIENTIFIC THOUGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 9 March 1883

IPR OFIESSOJR STOKE S, VF.R.S., ON MOI)ERN .. OIIINTIFlCO a THOUGHT. 'tl '1'heannounceno tthat i r1 r MAijesty t1 the Queen had graciously.'signiticd; to u the ~ Victoria! (Philosophioal) Instituto ~ of London her consent to receive the to volumes of iti "Transmaelions," gave :additional icl?l to it crowded meeting , uof its' inenheis, held' on the 15th of ti January at tholle all of. the Society of i Arts. The Institute, founded to in- it Svestigate all siientilic questions, includ- i, ing, any said to militato against Roll- II gilous. Beliuf, announced that nearly r ]1,000 IHoes, Indian, Colonial, and l American omembers had now. joined. a Dr. Stokes; F.RS., Secretary aid t Fellow of the Royal Society; and 'Prd- f, fessor of Muathematics at Calmbridgo t iUniversity, rend 'the pipebr of the evening. - In it hd, as a scientific man, 'a .repudiated the idea, sometimes given o expression, to, that the progress of science-constantly showed the revorse E to be the case. The Book of Reve...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DAREBIN SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 9 March 1883

D lREI3IN SHIR, OOUNOIL. The ordinary monithily mnooting w?.a hold on Monday week lest at the Shiro-hall, Eppling. COnRnESPONDENC, From Wlhittlesoa Shiro, tucking for: information as to the nature of the council's arrangoments with Mr. Hint clhinson, allowing hhi to fenio olP and plant a portion of the miin road, Moralng. The Secretary was instructed to re for to the minute books, as tilhe porntmis sion (if any) must have bhoee given eleven years ago. From the Public VWorks Department, in referenco to works for the couserva tion of water. construclel within theo shire. Nonoe had been dono. From the Shire of Broadumendowus, oflbring £125 us their sludro towardla the construction of a bridgo over the Merrio Creek leading to the Oraigio burn station, on the understanding that the Darobin Shire undertook all other, responsibility ; the otfhr was accpited. Front John Maltzhnn, renewinug his claim for a croasing over tlhs Merri Creek leading to his plroperty ; au th it psrt of theo' creek...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Kangaroo Ground Church. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 9 March 1883

TIIE FIFTlI ANNIVERSAIRY will be Ihold on Sabbath, \IARlII 18th, when the I1EV. JAME?S LA.IUIh will PIWIACII nt 3 p.u,. A TEA MEETING will be hold on TUESDAY, MAIRCll 10th, lt 5 p.m. ; after which a PUItIIC MEETING, when Ad. dresnes will be delivered by the Hevs. A, Mauckl., .1. itmblie, .I. larnihlilam, G. Hollow, J. U. Gason, and ulher gentlemlen Special Collectlu?s in aiI of the BIullhing Fund.

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
NILLUMBIK. LECTURE BY MR. MARSH. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 9 March 1883

(oI10 1 OUt OWN C(OtOIWSIPONnI)I T.) LECTI'URI1': B M1L. Mi.\Sll. On \cWednesday, lFebruary 28th, Mr. Moarsh, the Srecretary of the " Young Men's Christian Association," delivered a lecture in the Literary Institute, on behalf of the udlinds of St. John's Sun day school. Sui.ject, "My trip to Amerwea." E. Al. Bill,' Esq., occupieod the chair, a'ld in a feiw wVell cIhsun sentences in troduced the hloturcr. To say that the lecture was deeply interesting and highly instructive is doing but scant justice. DIuring the space of two hours, in forcible, and often eloquent Ianguage, unaided by note or paper, .MIr. 1 1arshl sustained the unabated interest of the audience. In f?lt, the lecutore was a rare treat; it must bo heard in order to beo appro ciated. On the motion of the Rev. J. B. Gason i vote of thanks was was heartily awarded to the lecturer. Mr. ,Marslh, in htumorous words, pro posed aI voto of thanks to the Chair Iman (a fellow countryman), which heing duly respoliled to the audie...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 9 March 1883

•TU CGUfIltESIO'UND/:l T'S. The utmost freedoms consitnt, wnil the publie in,lrcst, will be allowed Io corr lun dents f all classes, but nn communications will under any circumstances be inse lted, unless authenticated hb the real name u and address of the writer, which will be regUrded u?s strictly conJidentitu, and serre ats t gluaranttre tf go ailth. We casnnot be hebl responsible fr the opinions erpressed by correspondsnts .

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
AN ARTFULCHINESE WITNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 9 March 1883

AN A.1V' FUL IIN ESE W.ITNESS. -0 In a Colonrdo court latoly the evi dence or OChinnso witness was teondered; and objeOted to by the other side, on the groud:l that the yel ?w Asintic did not tonlorstand or rtegatrd the obligation otFan oath. Upon this the jndgu pro./ celctd to exmtnino thlln witnPs asI to his reliioutt bilief. Asked if ho know anything of Iho Suprlomo Being, Johnny iutswnred with tan alt of perfect cott vietion thllt he was " voily well n0 quant" with .lit. Asked ;further if he know wherIo to would go after dnittlh, tiho "heathen" oxprosseod 'his hIolif in' San Franc isco as on ultintato deltnllltoton, Itbut, on' thet qouery being morn fully explained, made a: prfeitly ortlodox statotnont. 'itoe vory good anit tromnrkoed the celestial, would go utp Into the, slky while tle 'ry't had ditootliou. luro tho Court nodded its aplproval, but the witneoss had not con olhlutd, With a twinkle in thle nlllond oyes, Ih ttdmded,." Alleo emtneu tlllionin ,nnu 'ri Te Oourt nceopt...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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Calendar for the Week. MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 9 March 1883

($lcudnr for ther 'tccd. 1ik OFtl. y 01Tll' MOON. Lust Quatrter...... .2 Iat 3.6 p.m. Nowi M Taw \lrll.........9t1Ihot 211 p.2u. 0 o First Quarert.. .16th ao t6.11 it ut. F. ll FoIl \loo....2.:1; Iat 1215 i13 .20. 1'oiligoe, 111t. Ajwgoo, 2111. 11 So 5th7 Shtldy iII 1,212t 12 1 T TIgrtjlho 11r4t toeol ito Vcltorli 1855 It Tlu Cozr of Ifloltl nuatoolu~tod 1891 I t 1V Admitral llyoe ohlto, t'.rtsotottt 1757 IS' T11 Crimetn attro Ieu oittnl 18.56 1 BlPrin t Iltmeril of Fn,,ie killel 1879 1202I S 2' St. tPus III 21. PILOIIAI1·L e Wu'PI(I:I1-.lt.=S ill lne

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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A NICE COUNTRY TO GO TO. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 9 March 1883

A NICE COUN'rTIY TO GO TO. -0 Naturt u hItr ?I Iotu eh for Texas. It i ait goudly land, and ronly needs people to match to be an earthly tradise. It. uppiers from ait retrnr lately issited that betwoeen 4,000 andll 5 000 persons are " wanted! by tihe ollicers of justice, and that of this nmbelr no fewer than 851 are charged with tihe orion of murder. Among thi rem,,inder tie 001 Iorsesteallors, ilI catrie liflers, and 1600 lvers of piuonueat-" piersons whi. doubtleoss, cu IIIIwVi y down hlultam ind eggs with )le0t0ess' and despaltch." A\s for the murderers in inteOlt but nut. in loot, their tite is lesioni, and we observe tlhat the iocul iujorals refer to them contlemptlltNitm tl as " men export in uilanding tle hip pocket, but some whant deficient in aim." The publica tion of throse figutreos in the Onewspaper of tltdjoiuiing StIates see?otm to allnnoy tlhe 'TIfI'tIInn, lho look upon it as a ude'ienut t urn the tidle of1 immigration, and pitously ask what they are to rido. They Oua...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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The Evelyn Observer. Published Every Friday. FRIDAY, MARCH 9, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 9 March 1883

Published Bcery J'ridaU. Fill hAY, MA>ICIi C9, iSi. AL?InouuI the O'Loghlel \linistry is a thing of the past, we dare still say a kind word or two in their faror. When they came into power they found thie Treasury depleted, the country suffer. ing under political strife, thousands of p ople going,'about the strets'uniem ployed, land and stock unsaleablo ; in fAct, thie whole country frolml one end to. the other in a deplorable state. What is it nowv 1 and has beon for the last eighteen months I Elaploy! entt for cvery individual desirous of work, con fidence restored, and thue coffers of the State replenished,capitalists are notnow afraid of broken heads and Ilaning ho isoe-and yet' a lovurninent that his Lbeae instrdinniitail in bringing about tithsoiilourishing eoiiditions in the country is howled' down us 'jobbers, bhlnderers and incompetent. Thero scoubl ti nothing niioie unlfair for the Press ani!! parties thiet brouglat thonl filto existince than now to tuirn so ruth lessly...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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