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MISSIONARY MEETING AT NILLUMBIK. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 23 March 1883
MISSIONARY MEETING AT NILLUMIIIK. A missionary. meeting, which also partook of the nature of a thanksgiving service, wasconiducted at the Nillumbik Primitive Methodist Church on Thurs day, March 15th. The church was tastefully decorated with corn and fruit, and presented a most attractive imnparted to the nftliir owinig to its being the last occasion on which the Roy. Mr.. Richards would. bre sin. opportunity of addressing a publie meeting in Nillumbik, in consequence of his having been appointed to. take chargo of the Stawqll Mission. Miss Wilson presided'at the cabinet organ, which had been recently pur-. chased for the church, and tile choir. performil several selections of music. in their usually excellent style. Mr. Gilbert, who, in the unavoidablo. uabsenceofE. l[.Cacieron,Esq.,M1.LA., occupied the chair, said that it was with feelings of the most sincere and un- foigned regret he recognised the fact that they were now about to bid fare-. wll to the Ra.: Mr. Richards, who,. fo...
KANGAROO GROUND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH ANNIVERSARY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 23 March 1883
KANGAROO GROUND PRESB3Y TERIAN CIIURCII0 ANNIVER SARY. The fifth annivorsary of the above church was celebrated on Sunday last, 18th inst., by' an impressive sermon preached by the 1Rev. James Lambie, at : p.m., to a Inargo congregation. On the following Tuesday (20th inst.) a tea meeting was held in the church. The weather in the forenoon was very unpropitious, the rain pouring down in torrents until about midday, when the clouds began to brenk, and towardls the time appointed for the tea it was beau tifully line. The attendance at the tea was larger than at tho last anniversary, visitors from all the surrounding town ships putting in an appearanco. The caterer, Mr. E. Weller, had arranged three long tables, which were bounti fully laden with good things, aind nicely decorated with flowers. The Misses Armnstrongs (3), Charlton, S. Green away, Thomson, A. Greenaway, Fisher, Scarc, Ii'nnes, ,lohnston, anti Weller attending the wants of their numerous guests with unremitting assiduity...
ALLEGED MURDER IN NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 23 March 1883
ALLEGED MURl'UER IN NEEW ZEALAND. The following details of a mysterious murder which was recently coiunittedl at VWauganui, N.Z., are extracted from the Prxas of the 3rd inst.:-A coroner's inquest was held to-day on the body of a half-cast chill found on the beach to inay. The evidence showed that the mother, Phoabe Veitch, had taken the child out on Monday afternoon lest, stating thalnt an aunt was going to take it up country by thlnt afternoon's train, nd thaint on her return she stated that the child had gone away nccnlingly, and that a lady at Christchurch was going to edopt it, and ' that the mlother was never to see it again. When ar rested by the policetlhe taother said she took the child for a walk on the wharf on Monday night, and it fell overboard. She did not call out for assistnmce be. cause there was no one nbout, though she admitted it was cruel of her to hohl her tongue. Sile admitted the child found wits hers, but denied killing it. Subsequently, in the look.up, she ...
Cricket. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 23 March 1883
Cricket. On Saturday last the HlIidelberg Tat and 2dl elevens played respectively teams from tho Alston and Brown and [laldon Crickets Clubs, both matches resulting in unusually close and excited finishes, the Heidolborg 1st winning by one run, whilst the 2nd succeeded in making a draw |gaiinst the lHuldon, each team scoring 35. For licidolborg 1st Wingrove pltyed a splended innings of 30 not out, made without giving a chance, whilst Boulter played steadily for 9. In thl bowling G. Bond was ihrosis tible, securing 8 wickets for 21 runs. For Heidelberg 2nl ltobertson took 6 wickets for 10 runs, and Sill. 3 for 23, Tho following are the scores: 1HNl IDLISHR last V.AISTON &i I1llOWl AiBTON & UnIOWt. ]lIiIEacURG 1ST.. FronIl ... aI ltamtinl .... 0. Lovett ... 10 touilter .... 5 Willinia ... I Crecmnway ,.. 3 l ltttilgl hn?... 11 Io d, l,. ... 0 Cnlgllllain ... 1 Wi\'grovo .. 80 Udelrwwnil ... I IBolld, . ,.. 0 Illchnnlrson .. 0 IDurlinnt ... Ilchainlaou ... . Nuttall ......
HEIDELBERG SHIRE COUNCIL. Wednesday, 14th inst. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 23 March 1883
IIEIDELBERG SII[RE COUNC1IL Wednesday, 14th inst. 'Ihis Council moton Wednesday the S14th inst. All the menmers ieing in nttendance excepting Cr. F. W. Ellis, absent in leave. CORRIIESPONENCE. From Under Treasurer, requesting ulsual annual returns of fees received during the last year tnder the licen sing Act. Furnished. From Central Board of Health, com plaining that no notice had been taken ib the trustees of the Nillumbik Literary Institute of theoir demand, to be supplied with a plan of that build ing and requesting the Conuncil to take imsmediatoe naction. Thie Secretary was instructed to write, pointing out the requirements untder the Health Act. From Municipal Association, for warding business paper for next group meeting. Cr. Bond was appointed delegate. From Mr. WV. A.. B. Inckett, re questing that steps be :taken to strengtlhen the Pound oflice, Iolidel berg, which wits in great dariger of being blown down by Professor Wig gin's storm. Mr. " Hackett was authorized to take ...
HEIDELBERG 2ND V. HALDON. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 23 March 1883
TIMI DELIUNITO 2NI V I1AtLDON' IIAll)ON. IlI aDI4)IIIItU TN)). Hnlwny .., 0 1Jjwd ... 0 B)a'nokn .., I) OAI .,w I anl~wy ,, L Hill .. 0 lodgro0v ... 0 1 IVIII .. 7 11mWI .., . 1 CUveitry .., I Hnlwny ,0 DunI .,, 2 Hnlwny .12 Iioburtnwk ... 3 Ulooka ,,, 4 WVntI a, .., 0 Hndrlm ,,, 2 Hndro 0 . ' TtU 8.
Commercial. VICTORIA MARKET. 21st March. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 23 March 1883
Commercial. ",VICTORIA MAIIKg:T. 91st March. Fruit : Almnds, 3d to 44d per lb; applel, 1. (14 to as per bushel ; ligs, 44d to tL1 Iprdoz. gmntsl, Id to 3d per lb.; pairs, 2d to Id do.; peachte, "hi to 4d do. ; plums, lid to 3d do.; qulncesa, 2 to tSo flper uoselt; walnuts, 14s d;i. Dairy Produce: Iacon, 7d to 104 per lb.; butter, Is to Is Sd do.; elu?ese, &8 to is do.; bhoicy, dl to &t do.; ducks, 4s to 5i per pair ; eggs, to 4d to Is Oid per dozetn; geee, ts to 8s per pair; lham,, &! to ltd perilb,.; hens, 3s to 4s per palr; turkeys, ll0s to lldao
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 23 March 1883
To Let, A FOUR.RtltI\IKI) IIOUS., with six eores cleared land, for 5 or 7 ye(ar, at 5.. oer week. Apply, Old l)ew I)rop lua, Christmans ill. Teamsters. "TTANTED, IIORSE asid BULLOCK T?IAMS, to eart sleepers Tallarook and Yea liallway. Apply oil the wnrks,'Kinlg Parrot Creek. Long job, pliee.work,good prices, good grass. C. & E. .MILLAIR, , Coontrctors, G. MASON. GENERAL STOIGEKEEPEIER. Castella.street, Lilydale. B EGS to inform the paubile of Lilydale anod district that lie hbs opened new premises in Qsstella-st. as a General Store, and hopes, by supplying a first-class article and selling ata reasonable price, to obtaiu'a fair share of public patronage. Goods at lowest current rates. To Correspondents. I'r is requested that Letters and ither 'emnumunsitittons Intendelal for inser tiol i thie nIws eolumns be addressed Sto the Ildlitor. Tai avi ll iu'oveniellce and delay alt buinlls cnnmmtunirations inehlding or. ders for the Iaslier, advertise?uento, , ulil remlitnOeesshulid...
MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 23 March 1883
liELBOURNE STOCK .REPORT. D. Loveloc?:nuad Co. report, Meta, 21.: Dairy Stock.-The market lnst week was againt well- suppllole, and thedemand for good rows still ronlliues. We'sold up to Lio los: springers to L IUO i; lry cows, medium fat, to 1,4 los t an cleared the yatrd at satisfactory prices. P'igs.-little attention sinrM last quota tions, the market was,poorly supplied: Cid Ys ifwry fuaeodiuia arta inred,I tlman fi artd reulaitd hIgti printe.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 23 March 1883
The Colonial "Mutual Life Assurance Society, I imited. Ilu tual Life Assurance, En clownierits, .Annuities. F rii lI. P . I. he , IhltIf % l it: o he Ihn . Sh: fl.. in In ,? Ihne sl , 9.,.. he'IIn' . lll r. i'llker . L. ke, M.1 .. Dirt dcrr. : The iero. H. I lo :i e, M..\.. IrIghto,,, ' altirlnlusu . h. i ao ver, .I1, P., lit .hinat, Melhouro c.l, !I'lhr ion. \.1'. (t1 ii , 8.1'.P, \:illi:ntowtit vn. Itaynll x W\. )iphank , I M .ehlbouarlnl,. 11. t.tlln 1!"a. .'1t.i[h:l lrc',e. |. ,t?ue , o\lati'a F.SS., ! llunn??g and I d.l I fti t /JI a??I lir/lirable ws l .'r Iy Ihave -uirr hdr i;24 Plrop al.d hr a£.l'2.895. 4.:tt31 Polit. i-strit. aour"i Y9F 3. 22:. "TI. JAQUES MAITIN. ll Cllrlul hnii e nger. Therre ho I;s Io inufaitt rer t i f P'n. , anti -'tilgiuli il this or inly oth.t- ?illtry wht ii I r"ý ? ."ivd R. many utltficted iudol sýem nt ur ls I hi L Mr. Itty. From1 ovely 4 tatt ind territ.lor t llls Ihi Im (iltln t. "ei l. ' ; are tIhe 'he. i the wortl." llsu tr:rated ..J ertir.ker...
MRS. CHICKLE'S COW. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 23 March 1883
MIS,. OlII';KLE'S COW. BY W. C. T. The other nmorning Mr. Service took occasion to roannrk that Mrs. Chickle, his mothor.in-law, had entered into a now lino of blsiness; abo uhad bought a young cow, and could get no good of it. I was a new chum, and had coen considered smart in the cow business in the old country. Mr. Service asked me if I would go over and have a look at the animal. Now, I had never seen a colonial youngster bhailed up, and was,anxious to witness the operation. Accordingly we started across the field.' It suddenly struck me there was something coming up behind me. I used my optics with sufliciont effect to discover a cow coming for me, and I guessed by the length of her horns, and by her appearance generally, that it would be to my advantage to quit. I went straight for that cow's young ster, not knowing it. This had a tremendous effect on her, for she used her limbs to such advantage as to fetch her up to me in half-a.dozon seconds. This scared me anl 1 turned, th...
The Wife's Fault. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 23 March 1883
"I really don't see any reason why "I mightn't go," said Mrs. Courtenay. The fire blazed Its blue-green spires of anthracite flame behind the polished grate; the satin damask curtains were close drawn, and the shaded drop.light made a tiny circlet of moony brightness above the centre-table, Mrs. Courtnenay had a bit of zephyr-wool work In her hand, and her husband was comfortably reading, with his slippered feet on an opposite chair. " Go where ?" demanded Mr. Courtenay, looking up from hIs book with something of a bewildered air. " What place were we talking of just now ?" said Mrs. Courtenay, sllrugging up her shoulders. " I declare It is enough to try the patience ofaJob I" Mr. Courtenay made an effort of memory. "Let sme see-oh, yes, I remember now Washington." "r The Hales are going, and Julia Everett, and Mlatis Pousonbty," added Mrs. Courte. Iay. " lisale is a member of tie House this year, and consequently obliged to go," re turned her husbaud. " Miss Everett and Miss Ponson...
A VALLEY VISIT. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 23 March 1883
A VALLEY YISIT Br Onauor. Visiting a fioendts houseat Kinglakoe recoently, and talking, about !' rural sights and scones" my friend: mentioned? that about hal]a-nilo distant from his. plhces there was a valley going under' they name of "'Tho Valley of Joehosha-. phat,"' and remarking that he had heord people who. had visited it say" that it sunpassed. even the far-fained! Ferntree Gully for scenaey. and that: perhaps the reason why" tlhe valley was, comparatively unknown was.because.it. was not accessil b by conveyence.. My. friend proposed a visit, so we, accoms-. paniedi by two young ladies, started to the valley; my frieond, with his. lady. companion,acting asguils, nid the other younglady andu myself (the boy) bring-. ing up the rear. After a short walk we began to dese nol intatho valley, and' stopped hero for a moment to gar., on tihe scene below. us. The towering; mountain ash,. tunbrella like shaped ferntree, anm mountnain musk showing ho its.lest advantage; and raising our ...
The Evelyn Observer. Published Every Friday. FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 23 March 1883
Published Lcetvej 'rhlay. FRI DAY, MAIICH 2:, 188:1, Trio PInMlait, onunolated the polloyof t'to Governmient at Onstlemaino on the 15th inst., and. was 'f?lr from boing whatwnas expected by his old frionds hii politis, but ho was candid onoogh to inform his' hearers and the whole colony, that it was shelr accident that placod him on the Onstitutional plat. form at all. Didi h ? ndt embrace MIr. BUimny while hls prtivious colloligues ill., thJe Korfnd lliiistry joined Siii *uJAltle lcOuI,iocml, nndl fought with 3Mr. )llt agaillust tlhat, goaitlymOin, anld had they. hsuuoided he wouhl ihavu been thoro and thmli a colleague as now with ia man he opposed during 1879-80 with all the bitterness of political warfare. The only inference we can draw fromt his utterance is that his proceeding while loading tile Constitutionalists was a shaml,and that he codul as reaulily join llcitrY then as now. Such conduct we contend bring politics into contempt. If it proves any. thing it is that, howevor...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 23 March 1883
COACHING. ROYAL' MAIL .LINE OF COACHES YAIRIA FLATS AND QUREENSTOWN COACIES. , Lave Globe llotel, Swanstoonstreet, dailly .uo0 p.u., by way of Alphongton, Ivanhoe, lloidelberg, Eltham, Iongaroo Ground, la ton Hill, Watson's Creek, Christmas Hills. LcavoYarra'Flats and Queenstown at 7 a.ta. tppig coach leaLves the Globe Hotel dally at S p.m :. . " i . Messrs. KERR and '0. proprietodr df the E.WANBURN BKG to Inform the nhabilants of Lily dale, Yarra Flars, and sarrounding' ldistrlcts, that they are now prepared to SUPPLY SAWN TIMBER Or any 'dimensloes and of the ,'BEST QUAL IT'Y iDelivered :at Yarra Flats, at 10s,' and l .lydale,:at Its per t100 Poet super ; also, specially oelected timber for Wheelwright t'urpocs, at 11l 6d par 100 Fetsuper.. Mr T. I'errln,'our Lilydale agent, is open to recelvve"orders, which will meet with prouopt 'otteutiou. - &lt; *.' A good supply of thnher is always kept jIl the yards adjoillng the lteehablito ill, Custella and Anderson Streets, I.lydal...
FACTS ABOUT FLOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 30 March 1883
FAOTS ABOUT FLOUR. Flour is peculiarly sensitivo to at mospheric influences; hnce it should never he stored in a room with souir liquids, nlor whomr onionis or..fish are kept, nor any article that taints the air of the room in which it is stored. Any smell perceptible to thei senso will be alisorhed by the flour. Avoid damp collars or lofts where a free circulation of air cannot be obtained. Keep a cool, dry, airy room antld not exposed to 'a freezing temperature nor to intense sunnmer, or to artificial heat for ally lougth of time above 70 or 75 degrees Fahrenheit. It should not colme in contact with grain or other substances that are liable to heat. Flour should he sifted and the particles thoroughly disintegrated and then warmed before baking. This treoateont improves the colour and baking properties of the dough. The sponge should be pro pared for the oven as 0oon as the yeast has performed its mission, otherwise fermentation sets in and acidity re sults. mamemmimum
FEEDING IN COLD WEATHER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 30 March 1883
PEEDING IN COI.D wEAT'i 1ER. Durinl cold oontlhetr (ea)s "the PoulItr~, Ilntlthly) lowls requiro more food of a substantial. neature titan in summer, because a large per cent. of the food consumedi goes to supply ani mal heat, to keep ip the physical con dition, and to repair wastes. No one kind of food is sufficiently nourishing or capablo of developing a full supply of eggs, and at the same time adequate i to sustain the vital functions in prime order. Succems is wholly duo to theo quality and quantity of food fed out to fowls, brit in a measure to a judicious system of feeding, earing, housing, and keepingthem in healthy condition right along.. T'here is no..disputo but some' kinidef 1 faiid=' itro' superior to others for. producing; eggs, flesh, fair, itlne and- eathers. Oll experienceO is that minxed vnrioties of food, ipoes si?ng different constitiuent proporties, and fed regularly allnd ettough at a time, is the best way of giving it, and will he prhodictive of better resoult...
EXTRAORDINARY STORM AT DAYLESFORD. DAYLESFORD, 25th March. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 30 March 1883
'EXTRAORDINARY STOR! AT DAYLESFORD., . (By EeECTMRI TELEORAPH.) DAvYLesron,- 25lth March. A kiiid of waterspout 'occuired dur ing the storm oni Thursday, 'at Bhlihkt ( Flat, 4'miles out of thie town. Though very little rain fell in other parts, it - came down with' sudden and teirific violence at Blanket Flat. 'A Chineso nained Yii Tip, working in Deep.Creek, was caught, in the flood ind rushing water, which had now risen to the height of about 12 feeoot, and '-was car ried along for throo.fourths of a mile, being dashed against stumps and trees till at last hl stuck on the branches of an old deaui tree lying in the bed of the creek. The body was this morning re-' covered by Constable Doherty in . a sadly mnialtilated conditidn. Sone othlier Chinese working. higher. up the creek had just tine to escape, but with the loss of all' their picks' and shovels. Several heanl of cattle were also,washed downs tie crook and drowiied.' 'The' occurrence is one of the most extra. ordinary experi...
ELTHAM POLICE COURT. Tuesday, March 20th. (Before Messrs. Bell and Wingrovo, J.P's.). [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 30 March 1883
ELTIIAM POLICE COUIIT. Tueosday, March 20th. , (eforo Meossrs. Bell. and .Wingrovo, J.P's.), S8. ,osely; jun., was charged with cutting timbor on Crown lands without a licenseo. There was no appearance of defendlnt. The offence was provdd by" Senior-constablo Lyons.': As the snmo, party had booeen lately convicted of steoling timber off a public road, he was.fined £2 with se Gd costs. ,Peter .Colman was charged with a minilair offence and lot off with a fine .of 10s and 2s Od costs, this being his first offence of this naiture... "YWn. May pleaded guilty to having been in unauthorized ocoupation of Crown lands..Sonior-Coiositable Lyons 'stated that for two years'May h'ad'not taken out a ininor's right. Filned lOs aitd s .Gd costs, lhe llenili cautioningg him against .a repotition oft lthis' tHence; , A • well-known -liti.eant at tihoas co urts, imeed henry Grillin, charged 'l'respecteibotlihi king nMirrioild invouiin," named ,yIdia Qualtrough; weith having unlll fully assaulted him....