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CORN-SHRINKING. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 16 March 1883

CORN-SIIIIIN?KING. Corn will shrink (says the Prairer .Farmer,) fromt the time it is husked frorn tie field or shook, in the autumn, in well protected cribs from twenty'to thirty per cent. by spring, that is, 100 bushels willshrink to 70 or 80, accord lIg to how dry it '~ henwclt~~tibhon;tk d Sound corn will shrink twenty per cent. so that forty cents per bushelsas it comes from the field is as good as fifty cents in the spring.

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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POTATO ROT. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 16 March 1883

?O'l'.\'l'º I~iOT. 31r. O. S. Blis- wriea to iit TLoin ,on (lluhe c,,r, ,ig, his treatinun i'l qI(ltollllus thrlll ltl'lll'd wihll rot : " I buhaove- .,,.,. ai" air sIdled lit. will cheock arny tondl~i-cy- -., I have for several years practised tle slprinkling of a small quantity of such ullm 1pon my pIotltes at the time of storing, tihem in bins. Though 1 venturen o positive asseortion in this direction, yet I bolievo such treatlment has resuled in checking any teoneluncy to rot. I always- intend to reject all specimens affected with the disease hothre they are stored il, the cellr. I have genuorallv found mori or lose iu inoinber of affected tullers which ap pear to have Ioon diseased . before sturilg, hollco I have thought tile limn dried 1up the rot. While I have groat faith in the use of lime, yet I hesitated to recommond it as a positive specific."

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 16 March 1883

;,et leanvlolia.-A' woman named Sarah ..:.L?iviigeton was brought in by the '."police from Lake Cudgellico on Tues day last, suffering trom temporary fits of melancholia.' It appears that the poor woman had got over anxious about, her husband, who was away looking for a valuable horse he huaw lost, and shie became delirious. For sanfty she was handed over to the police, who brought her into Hillston. After being attended to by Dr. Rlundle she seemed on Wednesday to have somewhatl recovered, but on Friday the doctor thought that her condition was getting serious, and it was intended to remove her to the hospital in Ilay. On Baturday (to-day) the suffer had so far recovered in to be able to appear before the magistrate, who discharged Ier froml custody. We lmay state that her hIusalnd cattle ilto town on Wednloesay, anld has beeon very attentive to her ever sinee.-llllaton Ness, FeoI 17. Our abilidng hilief is thallt just as the worknlen in the tunnel of SI. G(otlhard, working frolm e...

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ST. JOSEPH'S CHURCH, YAN YEAN. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EVELYN OBSERVER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 16 March 1883

-ST. JOSEPrfl'S OIIUI1CM, YAN YEAN. TO TILE EDITO? Ot'.TItE EVELYN OBsEIlVEI. Sir,-Thec names of the following gentle. men were omitted from the published IIst of sulcrilptions towvnlo tlib abov chlurch': Msoos. G. Marohall, LI; John Kenny, L ; Robt. KIng, L ; Iloht. A. Itne, LI Is; Johnl Gilton, I0s ;'C. Gibson; So; W. Lewis, 10s; John James, 10 . s. The Ioev. Johu lloran, having collected 1110 in Melbourne, reduct the balanco due on loan to about L59 lt •: Since the list has been puIblshed,. Mr. Michael MILaughlin, Yan Yealn; has handel Mr. Ianlel a' second sulbacrllptlo of 1.t, making in ill LIO, I trust that tihe gentleimen whose name were accldentally emitted, will accept my llology, which I Irnllklyp'fer them now. JAMES IRYAN, Ilon.,Sec., &c. St. Joseph's, Yan Yean, 1811i March 188 ":

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 16 March 1883

Birth. DUNCAN.—On the 9th inst., at East Mel-   bourne, the wife of William Duncan of a       daughter.   Death. DUNCAN.—On the 11th inst., at East Mel- bourne, Sarah, aged 31 years, the dearly loved wife of William Duncan, late Brie Brie Station, Glen Thomson.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 16 March 1883

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 16 March 1883

Eronoh~itis, Diphtheria, Colds, e..ougbs, and all Derangements at the Throat and Chest. All ,ullasr.n faa.,. saUgs, .514,, brssll,,ll a·(llrraa aol. Iai aularrs aFalg .. gt... a.. P1 u Id n mt ld tauaal. Il~llluasa. sararh. Ia... Uiallaaaaaa, ,all aara, IaeUl.. So, brara~t,s.lJ baak., a. LI.u au my aqauiaa.tsala a aa. n11.1 gtlua~aaas lu~tl oaa',gelaa .raaaaaly 1.4 .11\· B'ad Legs, Bad Breasts, Ulcers, &bjoea.ses, Wounds, and Bore. of all kinds bly 1., tlaos'aghl Ialsull 1,1 LI·..pp~inalios a Ill. Ua)IalIa~aI go II.. ga'.. aIU~laaldalarlt hIa.. .I labuayilaa oa..aar sitlg ...nasta, aev;~ ld,, Ill.. a glau al hl~la sarlal Oulas,ataeldad J.by -Ills 11.1.,- all alaganasal Laaau,,. .1 ·Ia. agul&lg'~ ranasIr~ 'San 50lo ha*lyg aaaa arahrlaa. mis.. azlnala.a l.aoa.,alar uuu la r rlalvuaala.a.,.ha, Ia. aaeal.. Zn Gout, Rheumatism, ned *1.~~li kains *ag.,lllaau.alrlaa Ia...'. a.. allsaoaulltas, sal all, lash lara llulg a~ll.. aI~lv. arlwl ga.ar~allaa '±Ihe Mother's Pr·lend-In...

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THE Camel's-Hair Shawl. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 16 March 1883

" Six hundred pounds t Out of her wealth, ,,i-eis a?ec teo to us, lionly nieces, and not a shilling to lEstheor ?tay I AudI till the rest to build anld tdai i holspi tal I Well, of all naouness, this certainly ecups tlhe ciloax 1" And Mrs; Molyiour wruong her gloved hanuds it a sort of desplairig anger. "I think you' sro expressing yourseltf rather strongly, Blelle," sald Mrs.' Erikintel the elder slster, eolilpping cotnlpouedly. away at a pattern sae wasl, cuttnll. : "Aunt Prlscilla certlinly hau a right to leave lier own molne"y as she chbso. I am olly sorry about Esthler-bhllt , lhber's mIotIher und Aunt Preclll neuver were o frielldly terms, you know. I think, lelle, youi itol I must try to extoed a homle to Esther, by turns i she is our brother's orphan, aout too young to be cast on the world," " I have three chihlren of my own," said AMrs. Molyneux sourly. "And I have five I" mildly responded hier sister. '" Believ me, Belle, we should not mlss the orphan'oi cup of water and c...

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Commercial. VICTORIA MARKET. 14th March. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 16 March 1883

Commercial. VICTORIA ,IltK u r. ' 14th March. Frulit: Alnowls, 3.l to ld per lb; appls, 1: 1ld to t per hutihel ; tig, I4d to tit perdtz. grape? 1l. to il per lb.; pais, .d to 4d do. ; p..oehr, ~t1 to 44 do..; plums, ljd to :tl d. i quilnts, As to :il6 per bushel ; waluuto, I4. dl. Datiry Pt'rnhcet : ltaon, 7d to t10 per 61t:. t1;i?t. 1tr, to .1 c U d?lo;; cdrese;dto: to d. ; honey, ik4 til &S do. ; duckst, s to iG per pdir; 1 egpg, is 4d to to Il per'doi i d ge e, *-r -fth-trto8-per-ltmr ;t ham,. 8l1 to I Id perIt; ; htenl, 3- to 4s per pair,; t urkeys, Los to 1ls do.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 16 March 1883

COACHING. ROYAL MAIL LINE OF COACHES YARItA FLA'lS AN) QUELENSTOWN COACIIlo8. Leave Globe Hlotel, HSwllstoltstreet, dally 2 3l p.m., by way of Alrpho gtcn, ivauhoe, tleidelberg, El tlan. iinauaroo J (round,' 'Ye' tao 11i11, Watsnn's' Creek,' Chrstmaas' 1ills. IeaveoYarra Flats and Queenstown ate s.n. LEppig coach leaves the Globe 'lotet daoily at 3 p.m. Messrs.; K ER R,' and 0o. Proprietors of the EW ANIB.U ,R N:.. AEG to Inform thebnhabitantsItf Lily ) dale, Yarra Flats, and sirroundilg districts, that they are now prepared to ; SUPPLY SAWN:'TIMBER. Or any dltsastons an ;lofthoi BEST QU JL?'ITY' SDelivered' at Yarra Flats, : at lo.s. i and Ltlydele,at Its .per,l100,sct,sOuper alno, specially seleclted tltlbor for ,WhcelwRtight 'urposes, at tI Is td per I00 Feet super:." Mr It. Perlin, our Illydale agent, is open to receive orders, which will meet witht proet it Atte?itton .- .i... . s"A e.otl slpPllYlor'thlllbr toa 'always' kept . . "fi the arldl nadj hn hllg t ile technblte llall,...

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MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT. D. Lovelock and Co. report, Mar. 14 :— [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 16 March 1883

MAELBOUiTNE^ ;S1TOK REPORT. ;-. D .Ioelckk: nil Co. report,.Mar. 14,':-' Diilr Stock.-Tihe market lost week was ,'.wdl supielitil, the atlctld;uce goeoil nld i'fair coiiinpetiton. There is still a demandl for filt-clas cows. 'Prices raiged to £15 ci. Springers, to X48 10s; dry cows olld storei, f fin 32s iliili upwn., 1 1'i.-l'her wc.as a.light riseu i? ?rices? Sthe weathcr aviung bWen mior' favorable' for .killing. , /~, SCales .-A feiw'ullmn sorts only forwardt, ,. thlcli realtoel fair price?s

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A TEXAN CATTLE KING. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 16 March 1883

A TEXAN. CATTLE KING. Col. C. C. Slaughter, one of the caettle'kings of Northern Texas, thus described his farm to at reporter of [lThe Chicago 2lies: " My ranch, he said, is at tile head of the Colorado" river, in Northern Teins, and I have 40,000 lioad of stock at present. My grounds cover four counties, and the men I employ to guard the herds ride a circuit of kore than 100 miles. Shortlyaftor. tihe war I moved. from-K]inCsas to Texas, and began the business of stock raising. But, with many other large dealers, I was compelled to quit the country on account of cattle thieves, whoso depredations thoroughly dis-. couraged the enterprise. Ten years ago, however, we perceived how rich the grass was growing in Texas, and determined to move back and occupy the lands. It was about seven years ago that the leading cattle dealers formed a protective association, and subsequently procured the passage it' stringent laws against thieving. We can send a man to tile penitentiary now for steali...

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Cricket. [?] V. LILYDALE [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 16 March 1883

Cricket. e" - r,r T v. Y LLLYDALE. A cricket aLatcl-vlm-.w..t-. Saturday, 1llth March, between tu+l, lbove named clubs, on the ground of the former, which resulted ill a draw greatlyia fi?vour of Yarra Fltal. It was arranged by the respective daptaiis to draw the stumps at 4 o'clock, as some of the membhers of; the Lilydule team had to return. nt that time, con sequently the lmatch was not played out. The play, all round, was very good, the fielding especially being of the highest order.t After the match was over, an adjournment was made to Mr. aIowman's Junction Ilotel, where ain excellent dinner wnas provided and of course doise justice to. Appended are the scores: YARRA FLATS., ' J.'Cummiegse, b 1. 11111 ...1 ... W. Hubbard, b Carey ... ... 18 A. J. Lowman, b F. Hill... .. 14 Jae. Wilson, c C. E. Poyner, b Joehn ten ... ... 9 Jno Wilson, run out .. W. Wilson, b ?; Poyner .., i Jas. Nicholas, c Carey W. Hide, at. Truman, b Johnson ... 9 'Jno. Hubbard, hTruman... .. 17 Hi. Biggs, a...

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ENTERTAINMENT AT QUEENSTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 16 March 1883

ENTERTAIN\RT w'm "rT C5Bu an - TOWN. On Friday -evening last (thoe th inst.) the ope.ning"of -the new h1ll or - tlhe Queenstown .le~hlaniea.lInstitute was celebrated by an ,rnltrtninlent. There was a large attendance. E. II. Caneiron, Esq., who ably occupied the chair, congratulated thu inhabitants of Queetstown in their oaterprise, and gave grout crcdit\to the promnoters of the institute, and-after a speech of about half aln hour's duration, in which lhe pointed out tile advantages to be derived from such an institution, and more especially if a choice selection of useful books are keep, called upon the Secretary, who read tile report, by which it appears that the receipts and expenditure from the 1st March, 1881, to the th J March, 1883, were:--Ex pondituto, building and fittings, £79 17s Gd; books and sundries, £ 191 sa 9d; total, £99 12s 3d. Receipts, £75 Os. Leaving a debit balance of £20 Gs 3d. The following ladies andll gentloemn contributed towards the ovening'senter tainmen...

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The Evelyn Observer. Published Every Friday. FRIDAY, MARCH 16, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 16 March 1883

Publishald Ecery 1'r;dlrry. FlRl IDAY, 3IAl1CI inl, l1s:3. ?etcraLUIs aiurd IuSiical ta eteralltinmleUnt havel: helen thelordnrof tlhe layi iis eigh borhood fotr tho past woclk or o. Mr. MAalatsu, tlhe Secretary o lelt Youlg Msh?'s Cllristian Assochi?oi, we a:r tLld, dielivered an intelleeal lecture at Diat)hond Creek in aid of the futids of St. Jalna's Sunday school; a very praiso rworthy object, ono which clergymen of all dloaominatins would do well to on. courtaga, Instead, s somat at least do, try to shift the burthint on others' shoul dtlrs, take no interest or trouble in nasintailing Sunday schools, lult take avery olnvoenient opportunity of finding fault with tihe Stato nllld of instruction in public schools, because the bible is not tnught within its walls. We think that the late Parliamentary elections throughollt the colony nhas proved tu. anistakally that tlhe people throughouta the lanId tavr spokeln out in favour of maintainig thee three enrdinal principals of the Ellth...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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Correspondence. Without endoraing the opinions of our correspondents, we shall be glad to insert communications bearing be intelligently expressed and free form personalities, on condition of receiving the writer's real name, not necesarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. THE LATE MR. JARDINE. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EVELYN OBSERVER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 16 March 1883

Correspondenoq. Without endorsing thoopinlion of our cnro recpoodelts, we shall be glad to insert coimnlunlcatollo s hearlng upon topics of public intereat,whlich may boe Intelligently expressed nrd free from personalities, on coondition of rceelving the writer'a real name, not necessarily for publicatloun but as a guarantee of good laith. o-0 THE LATE SMt. JARDINE. TO Til EDUITOR OF TIl EVOKLyN OBBRBRVU. Sir,-Your last issue contained a notice of the death of Mr. John Jardine, one of the first settlers on the Kangaroo Ground, and a resident frmner there for 35 years. Al though not a public man, Mr. Jardino did his share to Improve and open up the re sourees of Ills district. In the early gold digging days, the residents ofthc county had to replace washed away bridges and roads, not by ppelials to Shire Counclls, but by their own exertions, and anyone who knew the size and streigth of my old friend would calculato Ili use at this inpromtu contract. Ing. lHe was one of the farmers, w...

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WHITTLESEA SHIRE COUNCIL. ORDINARY MONTHLY MEETING Monday, March 12. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 16 March 1883

WHITTLESEA SHIRE COUNCIL.   ORDINARY MONTHLY MEETING Monday, March 12. The ordinary monthly meeting of the above Shire Council was hold at the Yan Yean Hotel on Monday last. Present:--The President (Cr. Willis), and Crs. Thomas, Nelson, Bassett, Marshall, Johnston, Morris, and Hughes.   The minutes of the previous ordinary   monthly meeting and of the special meeting held on the 17 th February last, were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE.   The following correspondence was read :-- . To Norman M'Phee, in reference to   his management of the common, and urging upon him the necessity of being more viligent in keeping off trespassing stock.     To the Darebin Shire Council, asking on what conditions Mr. Hutchinsons wan allowed to fence off and plant on a portion of the main road, Morang, as this Council wished to re-open the road. The Secretary stated that no reply had yet been received. From St...

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Select Poetry. GONE AWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 23 March 1883

S~c~ct ?o?trl'l. CONI AWAY. I will not tilnk of thee na cold and dead, Low lying in the grave that I can see, I would not stand beside when life had fled Anld left thy Laxly only thlere for me. I never san thee with thy polo aroms crossed On that unbeating heart that was mine They only told me all that I had loot When from thy breast thy lovely soul hod flown. Thou wort not that I and so I turned away, And left the house when other lourollner stayed ; Nor did I come on that unhtaplpy day When in the tomb that dreadful thling was laid. To me thou art not dead, but gone an hour Into another country fair and sweet, Where thou shalt by some undiscovered power Be kept in youth and beauty till we meet. Thus I can feel that any given day I eoull rejoin thee, gone a while before To forelgn climes to pnas dull weeks away By wandertng on thoe broad Atlantic horo; Where ecnh long wave that breaks upon the sland Bears then a message from me waiting here, And every breath Spring breathes across ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 23 March 1883

To our Readers and Subscribers. " beg h llmust reupetfIIlly to Ioform our Ite ldeor Intld Htlsuritero thnt we' hevo just enmpleted our firt Qurtoer of the Slneitgenlllent of the Evelynl Obcerver nlid without ogatient we think we may call it tuetion to thile progress ad Iuprovenent mlndo under our mnlllgelment. \Vo giv more rua Iltg matter ttlL formerly, and we Ire puntutel In Iseulnug thIe pnlpur on Friday mlornll , We arn l?ustmln of RtillI rogres slig with Itprovemellt, and pI oRe, If properly sullpprteid to itako our little org equal to illy other co!utry, tiuo. We oall Slthanllkfll to or susorlboart if they will kludly forward their subo?riptions as early i? pnsohile, anld nlou try to ltor.~no nor olr otllutlnt hy recomllltlliug their frields to nsutlleibe, and we on our pert will eO our ollt endelll tllr to gie l ntisfnlltlll and make uur pautur p whut it ought to bo. IIAt1118, 80.\AItO, & CO. 'telyn Otbserrerl Oue, lot irubruary, 1880, WARRANDYT E Mechanics' Institute ...

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Calendar for the Week. MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 23 March 1883

rlcnLttl ftor the Wedt.;, MAI2RCII. P'I A ses oF TICK MlooS. L I t Quarter ...... 2w at 3.6 p.m. iNew Slonm ..........th at 2.11 Ip.tm S First Quarter,...16th at 6.11 anm. SFull Mloon .....24th at 345.a.mn. S lPerilgee, 10th. Alo?e, 25th. iS SoU tHt Sunlay. Lady Day. 6 rce killed by Colnvicts 858 2i 'lu r do.lnretld with litausl 1851 2 W Latrole, Governor Victoria 1851 29 'I'llJolhn Wesley dled 1731 30 FP eace proclailed In Rtuqsi[a 185(1 aSI Pa 'aranaki, N. %, founded 1811 PaounAt.E W.ATrllr.I.-- alr. with occa sonal cul ol hwomr. Unrulhlale.

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