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THE LILYDALE SHIRE COUNCIL AND THE "EVELYN OBSERVER." TO THE EDITOR OF THE EVELYN OBSERVER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 10 November 1882
TIF. LILYDAa , il lIREt:OUN .IL AND TE?" " EVEL.YN OBSERVER." TO Ti?L EDITOR OF TlE ýEVELYN Os1BE1IVER. Sir.-tWhen I happen to hear anything of asl enplheaiult Ilaturit, or that which miglht bo'rpIoe,,bal rio0n0tly l' nlnll, if it ie told mlo a hauving hi'el said, or taking pllihe', or about to hie collsllunnltllal. I invariably ryfl, t thus:' " Hlow. miiy; llthig? of lhis itkltdlthive I listened to fotr ow ' early io years, aliid how fieuntly ,.r.,?u.qiilry have I ftotn, tihe ,same tulohItotllily' without faltldalton." Now, the oltheriday I hleiat thiat- the iredl delit of litlh Shireeiler th, ilnemiert if ktits Cinllui, oir tihe wholo dtiling. lot 1itl o0i4 to ithe decisloun tlhattitol Evelynt Obseeerr should lino tl loir be regardted as the 'iilchl oruititn oflthat+ agisttt' al'. Thlis, o.i~i+ly, afier, nlilying the above rule, will b'o flkulm I to be Ias untrte asl the most of things onkIo lt etillt upon to'listen 'to frol?t tho lips kf na kcrtlht citues of the present day. "Sho...
UPPER PLENTY RAILWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 10 November 1882
iUPPER PLEN'TY RAILWVAY. 'At a public imooeting held on" Satur day, the 28th ult., at the Shire Hall, Epping, the President of DaUibin Sllire, Mr. W. II. Wilson ini the chair, the following resolutiolns were carried: j Proposed by Mr. J. S. Morgan, seconded by Mr. Thos. Bodycoat: "That, in the opinion of this meeting, it is desirable that a deviation from the' line of railway to Whittlesea at present proposed hould be made ; such deviation to comnmence at a poilnt on the main Epping road whero the Yan Yean tramway crosses the road. That such' deviation shall follow the line niade l3y the railway delpartlnent through the townships of Thomnastown and Eppjiig, and shall afterwards Ib ca-ried wllere' most practicable to join the lile up "'th Yan Yean tramway near Mordnig." SProposed by Mr. Thomas Mitcell, nild 'sconded ly .Mr. .1. MaiFonoy:- t"That-a petition lie drawn up 'adt 'signed thiroughout the district, for pre 'saittatin1 tol the `iugislativo Council, setting forth the Idvatsage...
SUPREME COURT. CIVIL SITTINGS BEFORE HILARY TERM. MANCHESTER UNITY HALL.— MONDAY, NOV. 6TH. (Before His Honour Mr. Justice Williams and a Special Jury of Six.) HAYDEN V. THE SHIRE OF BULLEEN. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 10 November 1882
SUPREME COURT. CIVIL SITTINGS BEFORE HILARY TERM. MANCHESTER UNITY HALL.—MONDAY, Nov. 6TH. (Before His Honour Mr. Justice Williams and a Special Jury of Six.) HAYDEN V. THE SHIRE OF BULLEEN. Dr. Madden and Mr. Isaacs for the plain- &nbsp; tiff ; Mr. Purves and Mr. Hodges for the defendant. This was an action by Mr. Fredk. S. Hayden and Anna, his wife, to recover damages for injuries sustained by Mr. and Mrs. Hayden. Plaintiffs claimed £1,750. &nbsp; Mr. Hayden is a schoolmaster at Ascot- vale. On Easter Monday in 1881 the plaintiffs, with some relatives, were driving in a buggy on the Doncaster-road, which is within the jurisdiction of the shire of Bulleen. They were returning from the Doncaster tower in the evening. At one &nbsp; &nbsp; portion of the road Mr. Hayden, to pass another buggy, was obliged to go close to an embankment. The edge of the embank- ment gave way. The plaintiff tried to get the horse on to the road, but failed, and the &...
ELTHAM SHIRE COUNCIL. ORDINARY MONTHLY MEETING. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 6. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 10 November 1882
OKIDIN.AR? J[ONl'llh.Y , SIIS:'N' QO. ." rlox,.?:i?..Nvl .i: an isvo Nsavrsia G. This Coiil inlet ol Lt?in above date', the iembers, ,preseno beiug iOrs. ±MAdmin (President), Armstrong, lloll, Beale, Wallis, and Caiieron. .In the abseilce of. the Secretary? o, Stiprieno Court busiiess, Cr. Cameroni, at the ritquest of the mietiag, consented to re.id the correspoudnuoe .... The minutesof the proevious meeting weroe read and confirmedl. ... .- CORRESPONDENCP. -Froni the Lands :.Oli?' (in reply), having referoice to,a certain road ;in tiio Parish of Queinistown, through MiKiunie's selection, and intimating that the licenus had, not, yet been issieild 'Front Joni d) Gowasi, hon. treasurer. to the Austii |l.oiital for Incurablsles askinig for a subscription. Ordered to ,stanid ovei': Fron Arnall ,and Jackson, asking for order for municipal directoriks. It nwaiss' t ided to oider' the usial nuimbirr of copies. " Fro1 the Shiire of Bet, Bet Dndolly, asking the cooperation of thiis ouncii t...
TRANSIT OF VENUS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 10 November 1882
TRANSIT OF VENUS. &nbsp; The Maitland Mercury reports a &nbsp; &nbsp; lecture given last Thursday by Rev. W. H. H. Yarrington on astronomy. The following in the portion referring to the transit:— "Venus was inside &nbsp; the orbit of the earth, and sometimes it happened that it came between the &nbsp; earth and the sun, and they could see &nbsp; it on the face of the sun. Such a pas- sage would actually take place on the 6th of December, and it was the greatest event in astronomy that ever happened in the history of the world. No language of his could describe to them the tremendous importance of it. &nbsp; That was one reason why he had taken the liberty of giving this lecture ; that he might call attention to it. Why was this event important ? He would tell them. In all calculations in as- tronomy about the distance and size of the planets and every heavenly body, &nbsp; it was of great importance to have a foundation...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 10 November 1882
Messrs. KERR and Co. Proprietors of the &nbsp; EWANBURN STEAM SAW MILLS, DEG. to "ifreu the Ihdabitants of Lily S duale, YVarn FltIs, and urrmounding dimtriels,tlhlt hey are now prepared to SUPPLY SAWN :TIMBER' - Or any dimensiloaus and of the .lllydrlet 11 perC OtE Fet auner ; also, l'-ipetelallysctic tlr:rtrltr for Whrelwurirght i urposes, at ls Gd perl 10 Feetsuper. i "..lMr it. Perrin; our Lllydal agent, sN open ' to* receive orders, wlhich will uieert .with * proeet orattetio. *A golr spply of tlimber s nalways kept i nir the yaor adljoinn ttr im erhr tiie t . t lail, Castellna ;an l Aierson itreet,; .i.l) 1ale. TOHN HOLLAND, IIAVIN, rrelrased the Artiratila ilalidi ntil Woel It-ware Manlirf trsrrllu Crr? tulotry' ll" , l hr I antl elie. ti rIrr 'J1.ltlti11,in any quarrt itly, l sizest, and of.l e rheat qlntlity,at tIlr ftoltlring rates : .ight Stil tlinrgs pler .hoadre?li lfeL surur. n.... ' ,ttShillings per hundred deliverered at or I l e lr Il u o efs vi l ll e . . ....
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 10 November 1882
Tuesday, November 14; For Absolute Sale. RESEARCH HOTEL, 11ih Eitlght Acres of LandI, Thre milet lbeond. Elthaml andl one lile front Kanigaroo (round. STRATFOIIi) S 'li'rTTrY.K and Co. have reteiled instructions from the etenli torn of the late Mrs. lillzabeth Coek.ltutt, to s1LL b) lPUilO Alit 'liON, at tihe lIthalm Ilotel, Eitham, on 'Tauesdly, 14th Novelmher, at one o'clock haIrp, That well-kllown property the ItES'AICII IIOT'KL, with eight aeree of laLnd adjolning, land shnate three mll[t' friom the townlshipl of Kltham. 't'ermns-Cash. Saturday, November 18 AT LITHIGOW'S HOTEL, L IL..YDALE Sale of Freehold Properties & Farm Stock, Re Putriqk Conlnell, deceased. /CAMl I 1l.l., P'ItAt' I', and CO.. are in Satrucutl by 'Theyre Welgill, Eq , admllinistrator tf Ihe will of tile late Palrick onlltlt). to sell by acetion at .itthtow'e Hotel, Lilydls'v; n, Saturdly, 18ttl Novem. her, at 12 o'cllok, the utllermentlotled valtalble prolperties, bing larts of AIIllt. mnent A, 8Hetht...
JOURNALISTIC AMENITIES. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 17 November 1882
JOURNALISTIC AMENITIES. Commenting upon a recent criticism the Argusr s of Saturday says:-" As a rule we take no notice of the coumments made in other journals upon our con duct. Now and then, however, some specific inisrepresoutatlion is indulged in to which it is neces-ary to refer, and which can be disposed of by a single and unqualified contradiction. , It was alleged yesterday, in lthe radical journal of this city that Judge BouncTur, writ ing in the Mlelbourne ireview, had criti cised certain statements in /he Aruie. Tihe article proceeds: " No other journal in any English-speakf ng conununtllllly would over havo offered such anl insult to tie Queen's representative na to re minid hhn that 'manry a criminal who had expilat) Ihis offenlce ruponr the scaffold had to colrnfcs thaIt Iis crirme was traceable to some petty pilfering; and further, tlihat 'the mall who had olice iplld his hald in a till which doles t t Ielong to hhn,.whether le .be a vice-regal K.M.(t. er n inllu 3M.L...
THE AUSTIN HOSPITAL. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 17 November 1882
--r TILE AUISTIN [IO3PLT.ALL Au ordinijr itme:ug ofn; thtG Anstin ITospitul eommitteef Ismalgeme.ot was hold oil Toa?sl ty, tlm 7th iv'., at tlh? Town-hall. 1)r. P'Orcoa took the chair. A lutter was received from the secro tary of the W'arringal OUmeutry statig that portions of the coemetoery would be granted for the buriol of patients from the hospital under certain conditions, but that a fee of 5s. for each intermeont wonhll be required. Several members of the committee took exception to the proposed fee as being an unusual and scarcely justified charge against a charitable institution. It was arranged that Mlr. Mlacarthur, its one of the hospital committee, should confer with tbo secretary of the ceometery trustees: With referonceo to a report of the matron as to one of the patients desiring leave of absonco it was de cided that leave of absence should not be granted to a patient for a longer perioal than ia day, nit that patients desiring to Ie absent longer must make applicatio...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 17 November 1882
'Iv UORRI!SI'4VZDI Zl'TS, Ti7' ucsroal freIdorn co* tvent j ill, IlIc l'obltc inl~resl, ro((( 6 l/nosed l aenrrwlpnn. dIeill n/f all clsuses, lot nn cannenicnnhlse ,,il i;ntvr tn/I ientaslance* /,e iinscrledl, cnlesn uthcentcnted by lith reist n,:',and address of thie writer, wid/a. wilt iee reasrrlrrl sasstrdtcLl catltdlesliat, and arree rstn yaarusrae qrf osst tuitta. lVe cannot lie li-!i reuponsul+de fsr 11w ojinwnsu expressed byh rorreuJsp t.'ntu.
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. "O! WOODMAN, SPARE THOSE TREES." TO THE EDITOR OF THE EVELYN OBSERVER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 17 November 1882
Correspondence. W1ithout elndornini thii oiinmio oir f nr responileiots, we s~iall ohe gl.d to illnrl comlltllnication ll i 'alih-le upill toliv4 of public interest, whiciol ma v i not rillnll tly expresied and free froLi personalilit-., IIII conldition of rncuiving thu writer'a roil lnnlln, lint nIecesrrily for publication, but as a guaralntee (if gonod iith. -.-0 "01 WOODMAN, SPA R TiHOSI TIHIES." ---»- - - TO TIR EDITOR OP TII IMVItLYS OilS.ItVIt. DEAR SIlt,-Would you kindly allow mn space in your paper to call tle attention of the Eltlhai Slire Council, or nagistratei, or thoau who have tih power of granting licease for bark stripplinugto theihamniful destruction of tie iron.bark truee oi timu road to Queens. -town, and to ank lthu if, when granting Hsch liciense, they could noti stipulato that the iron-bark be omitted from tIhe licunls. It is apity that suchl vnluale treus Hlioulld bn killil for the paltry few shillings obtalnul for tie bark. Thlce trelI are few ani far between...
BENT ON MISOHIEF. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 17 November 1882
BENT ON MISO[IlEF. The clover writer of the articles on. titled " Above the Speaker,"' which appear weekly in a Melbourne conlolt. porary, thus pithily discourses of thu Minister of Railways and his critics: "When Mr. Bent wakes up in the morning it must be with a ubre or less pleasureable expectation of finding him self described as infamous solitewhere. Just as all the good things of the day weie ascribed to Sheridan, so all the lsul acts imagined about the Govern moent are ascribed to the Minister of Railways. The relish with which the hion. member calls for his journals at breakfast time must be altogether ex ceptional. Just now he is again the hero of a situation. And if therem is any thing at all in the head-shaking which is going on and the mysterious whispers, then the Kensington-hill papers hide something very mysterious indeed; but then a painful experience goes to prove that the less there is il a head the moro is it inclined to wabble: The anti-Bant members are, however,...
Calendar for the Week. NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 17 November 1882
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COUNTY COURT. MONDAY, NOV. 13. (Before His Honour Judge Skinner.) KINGS V. BAMFIELD. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 17 November 1882
COUNTY COURT. Mo.sDAY, Nov. 13. (Before Ills Ilenour Judge Skinner.) KINGl V. IIAMFIEI.D. Mr. it. Wnlsh for plaintiff. Mr. IIuId for dleendant. An ctioln by Riclard Tamplin Kings, of Lilydale, storekeeper, to re cover £?0 from Henry IBamlield, of Woori.Yallck, selector, as damages fir trespahs of dleflndalnt's shop on plaintitfls .lad. Plaintiff's case was that the defendant allowed a large number of his sheep to trespass on plaintiff's innd at varioua times between the lse May and 17th September of this year, and eat the grass off the land. The defenc was that tie sheep which had trespassed on plaintiffs land were not the property of do fondant, but of his father. It was, however, stated by plaintiffs witnesses, tlhat defendant had admitted on several ccasionlls that thIle sheep were hi+. ilsa lonnur returned a verdict for the plaintifft damages £5.
HEIDELBERG SHIRE COUNCIL. ORDINARY MONTHLY MEETING. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 17 November 1882
11EIDELB3ERG SHIRE COUNCIL ORDINARtY M 'ON'lILY IMEISlPING. FeIIAi , NovI:tnoEI 10. The ordinary tmecting uf this llnun cil, postponed from the ptIrvioos Wed nesday, took place on Friday last, the members resoent being Crm. Studley, Adams, Bond, F. W. Ellis, N. Ellis and Scotland. In the ahsonce of the President, Cr. Studley was voted to the chair, on the motion of Or. Scot laud. The minutes of the previous meeting were read anld conirrmed. countiESPONDENCE. From Public WorksDopartniont (in reply) asking for dates of publication in Govermnmnt Gazetteand local paper of the Council's intention to take rail io Greonsborougli for a road. Tile Secretary steted the request had booeen complied with, andltl the motion of Om. Studlly, seconded by Or. N. Illis, the Secretary was instructed to serve Mr. Ireduil, wvit the necessary legal riotice, eoltitling the Cool cil' to enter IpoU the land. \Vith respect to the carrying of the new road lhrough the Nilloumbik Ceninatery. C.rN, Ellis tst ( d ...
HORSE AND [?] STOCK. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 17 November 1882
ItOtRSE AND) I AI tY STOCtK. Campbell,Pratt, anll Co. report, Nov. 14: thorses.-Colunitry stupltie Itave t arrived in tmoderat e uIt tubulr, conltrialtg Illixel Iots, alitn generlly of a servirce.tblo chlaiteor. The uarket dcemtand was fairly good tind clesranllce e!rrcteuld t ritte tllat shuwrd Io lmateristt diflerencu from pretvlou wcek's salen. First-elass trailed harness homres coltilanolt delial,soiuiiild crllitgi jpir ll? i pulriutlar being enliilrel afutr. ()umaib.us and indliin coils ire well u?iipportied and itrlllntts of at ll cillas a Ilvre bylll'r giving full values foranhnals tiltsL to itleir work. Our salsl have comlplisoed, crriage pairs fronl £85 to £220L buggy pairs, £'42 to 1.14 ; siperior hackneys anl bugllgy hirss, 1.31 to 1.150I ordinary hlarness hIorst for town work, LI2 to L18 ; olliibusand IInIdin colt., L16 to L24 ; extra Iervy draughta, wilth guaranteid trials, from 1.40 to L58 ; strong drauglts, 1.30 to L35 ; liulit lnd mllmtlilltl , tL21 tl 1.2t6; country...
GOLDEN MAXIMS ALPHABETICALLY [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 17 November 1882
o OLDIEN MAXIMS ALPIIAIi?'CALLY Attend carafully to the detaols of your busln.ess. le prompit tl oiall thlings. Ctonslder well, lien decide positively. I)are to do r'ght t fear to do wrong. Eoilure your trials pltiently. *Fight life's battles bravely, llanfully. tGo not into the sonety of thu vlcioui. Hiold your moral ltelurily sacred. Injure nllt another's reputttion or buslneqs. Join your hand, only with the virtuous. Keep your lind from evil thoughts. Lie not for anRy onslderation. Mlake few acquolluanles. Never try to appllu r what you are not. Obserre tile SallbaLthI lily. Fay yonur debtllls promplltly. Question inot tile veracity of a friend. Rtespect tile counallsuli f your parents. '"TeIuh not, Laste not, haille not intoxicat ing drilks. iUse your leisure time for tlllrovemlnnt. Venture lnat upona tile thrliresold of sill. lWatclh trltenfuly over your Ip:ssions. 'Xtend to everyone It kildlynxalultlouul. Yield not to diseorllagemIeuts. Zealously labour for the right And succe...
The Evelyn Observer. Published Every Friday. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1882. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 17 November 1882
',r O'l.og hlea .wernmnt-eomn pIsit as oit.ilis alutittRd to bo it i thu piolitical onl?or of archiitectiro-has pal pI'ly i beliuf in itself and in its own possililities of existence. Illtter than this, it has th imcourage, of its opinions, and by wy of emphasis its leandr, all too rashly, Inrhllps, but with character istio dash Ind courago invites defeat; or, if not quilo that, Iockons his op poiunts to the coilict for the plurposoe of tryinlg coiwlusions. l)uring the dobate iii tlhe AssembLly on Tuesday night anotlher of those freqiuently recurring "tugs of war'' wiere pulled off upon the occasl.i of the discussion that aroso on Sir Jolhn () 'S.xA?tssv's noiand Iuout to restrict the olperation oif thu oains Conversion lhil L the 1 ,00i0,000 which noxt yoar Iivie to be redeOIemed. 'lia resul ll ai-stl escrvedlyI"lls thitnlk inilotleor victory for the Ciovornlliuot, whose prolosillon'is to flout a loan of .C8,i00,000, so as to loot our liabilities not only on lst Octorler of noxt yo...