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THE USE OF TOBACCO, BY BOYS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 20 April 1883
lI. E.USE; O 0 TOBA.CCO BOYS:. SThe. Pldihdelphia Mhdl'. JReprter. (Oc~boet Il) stoiter. that s, cuergetic opposition to. this l traiaico isnw , toing; made inL. sone.of the most ellnliglhtencd educationiul ostabllishiuents: in, ith United. Stat?cs;uteolng whziclh, are. tlohe United.' States; Nitval Acatlotimy aL. Annapolis,. and' the hnited States; 1Military Academy at West., Point.. Theonavalisurgeonsi andltespeeially 1r,. Gihon, U'S.N.; haye beenlthoprincillall movers in. tho:opposiiiot, ;aileging, that. tobacco.: 1'.: Leads to,itnpairedlnutritibtuoftho inerve-centres. 2, Is. a fertile. canoe. of' nouralgi,, vertigo, amid: indigestion, 3; Irritates. the. mouthl anti' throati, and destroys the punityofithe voice, 4.1 Produces.defseta;of. vision,. 5. Causes.a tremoulous,,hllrd alld inr. tarmoittent pulse.. 6; Develops. conspicuously: itritabilb. ity of the heart.. 7.. Retards.the cellbohngeo on, which, the developmentof adolescccee dpends.. .Moreover, it is. also, aJleged( that; re...
HEIDELBERG SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 20 April 1883
lreIDE;iDE1tG s111RT COUNCIL This Council met on Wedeslay, the 11th inst., all the motnbera!being ill attondanceo excepting Ors. F? W Ellis and lp, W. Smith. CORIIIIS ONttENCE, See"aý Fromt Under Secretary, int reply to aut application flOl-tlh e Council for pitynment of £5 for expOeises incurred ini conruxion withl preparation of rolls for Legislative Council, stating that thu Dipartmu nt .wouldb ?'ai 'illing' to give full consideration, to`: fasy c?se where it could be sliosit tlhat' ilid obtaining of the additiontal information' requilrc( had necossarily involvd- the? municipal body in actual extra outley. To thisn an answer haid been scnt'hy the President that such. expeonso ad been necessarily incurred. " During the discussion. that ensued attention was, caUled' tl ti?so extra ordlinAry manner iu wlich the Depart muet was acting, in thlia mattor; several instances being. mentioned whero the amount claimed was promptly paid though the couuoils hadl not' been put to any additiona...
A KISS FOR SISTER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 27 April 1883
'A K(88 ' FO . delightful. The havoc that a very little girl created may be fond In the simple verse that .follows ; She'wa a Teri little l, And as I'bat and buedher, ' Ther, that is for yoMamit," I aid, "And this is for your sest."' Lsat night I atml la I flndl? way, Some gay gIl friod wn aretn,. And lagh sad jet went gIly oaud, To bsales way care.' The little girl came memplng l, Ad unto am he amd, ,I dti thet do to sleet Del, 'Oi left fo re r wi me. * lhe rd me l o o' otmel , a sld: Whem folks '*olda't see, I mi'ht div 'e' to'oo-des wall 'Til 'ee aouet wls me I" I bluihed sad so di elate Bell, The gay girl frienads, ah me ! I wished the horrid thlngs . A thoemnd miles at M.
EPPING POLICE COURT. Friday, 20th April. (Before Messrs. C. Sh[?], P.M., and Messrs. W. H. Wilson, T. Bodycost, and John S. Morgan, J.P.'s.) [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 27 April 1883
EPPING POIJOZ ODUR' M' -- - hid-y,Otoh, ? ..,t ,.L (bto ese .O.ceShteet aN,a sumii. W. H. Wilson T. BodjPoat,. a· Joht S.?, Morgan, J.P a.) The bo?ecourt, c?rwd a tathe wos,.. . the ocus of conideahble emeitement md .. lnterest, brought ,beal bw tD lak n nasi h- . , .ý .... usas oytne LObg Tampetor,. against saboutIltepayebel.athetowaees of unreglstered doge aftes ILbtk Janue last. The Bhise .Couacth il that, enbat to. pt down the dog abance, appointed a gentle man satalks the distutt, wk le.locat eon.. asetles. The manner, hoever, the' dties. were perteemed t him o the ther of general comvematioo thbougheot the shire and indiglation me that high that abiett IO ratepayes combined ind seoedrth?.yerices of a legal geatml to o?ftro lthe. In spector. In atny of the case, the?spector was unable toprove age and ownershipt a•d the ase were dsmised,' whilt in etheu the owners were ned and ieAsteie Imlpeed. The secretary of the shirbs Mr. ?·ja,4 wh was in court to watch the case In the inter...
ELTHAM POLICE COURT. Tuesday, April 24th. (Before Mr. Hare, P.M., and Messrs, John Bell, Duncan, and Wingrove, J.P.'s) [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 27 April 1883
ELTHAM POLICE COURT. Tueday, April 24th. (Before Mr. Han, P.M, and Mss?r. John Bell, Duncan, and Wingrove, J.P.'s) John Brown, the lieemsee of the Lower, Plenty Bridge Hotel, was charged with har ing on the 7th pron., placed ionerior spirit in a bottle bearing the trade mnrk of Woolfe. and Co., and also in a bottle bearing Hen neosy' trade mark. Mr. O'Connor prose cuted, and Mr. Roy appeard for thedefenece. Mr. Wi. Carroll, an Inspector of licensed houses, deposed that he visited Mr. Brownu' house on the day named anldfu h son in charge of the place. Told him hi belinas and showed his authority, eamneld a bottle of echnappe and a bottle d handy, con siderni them both as a very ierior spirit, And told Mr. Brows, Jfn, so. He replied that t was as he bought It bo m Messs. BDonetts, of Fitrroy, and prfaed to take payment for what. he ad had. Brown ad mitted that he had bttled the liquor him self. In erts .eamnatiqohe stated tht he had put no seal cm the bottles until he got to Eltham, h...
DAREBIN SHIRE COUNCIL ORDINARY MONTHLY MEETING. Monday, 16th April. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 27 April 1883
OBDINARY MONTHLY MEETING. , Monday, 16th April. This 'council met on the above date, all the members were present; Or. Wilson (President) in the chair. The President said that in reference to the cost of opening a new road and an extension of Cemetery-lane, a depu tation, iniiroduced by Mr. Harper, Mi.A:,' had waited on 'the Minister of lands, who had promised to look into the papers and give his decision shortly. The same. deputation had interviewed the Minister of Public Works, asking, for assistance to enable the councils of Darebin and. Broadmeadows to erect a bridge over the Merri Creek at the boundsry of the two shires leading to the.OCrsgieburn railway statiod. Mr. Deakin stated that he was unable' at present to make any definite promise. Ile would, however, give the applica tion favorable consideration. The Secretary suggested that a depu tation should wait on the Minister of Public Works to solicit assistance to wards the maintenance of the main road. ' .,'?_:The Irmiident ...
Mining News. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 27 April 1883
Mining News. The manager report I l ACOtANTur, Panton Hill, April 24.-Shaft down 22?1it Have cut plat and commenced to open ont north and nsth ; reef about lit, thick, Have about 400ft to drive upon nat thin level, with banka varying from Sft,. up. wardu. .ecrided to erect enndenRine, with aml heaul bittery, at nc'e. Ahbot iove tone of atone at pram, and will ranoe nho)t. 12 ttuna: weekly until battery 1a erected, wheu men underground will be inereucd,
ATTEMPT TO ESCAPE FROM PENTRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 27 April 1883
ATTEMPT TO ESCAPE FROM PENTRIDGE. A most daring attempt to escape from the Pentridge Stockade took place be tween eleven and twelve o'clock on Mon day night. A prisoner named George Barker, who is under a sentence of three years' hard labor for larceny and receiv ing, was placed in his cell after labour hours in what is now known as the " D" division, but is better known as the smoking yardat Pentridge. The yard is visited at intervals during the night by one of the sentries from an adjoin ing yard. Warder :Wallo, who was over the yard containing the long sen tenced prisoners, visited tno "D " divi sion at eleven o'clock and found every thing all right, but on going again at twenty minutes past he discovered that the bolt of Barker's cell had been tampered with. He pushed the door and then found the cell vacant. He immediately gave the alarm, and In spector-General J. I. Oastieau, with superintendent Donald,immediately had a cordon of sentries placed round the outside of the divisio...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 27 April 1883
BCHEDULE A.-(RULE 4C) Notice of: Application fbr a Gold Mining Lease. STHER udersigned, hereby give notice 9 that, within six days from the date hereof, I will leave with the Warden of the Mining division of St. Andrews, a, apploatlion for a Gold Mining Lease, the rtlcatrsa whereof aur here?nder set htrº - Nante in full of each applicrnt, with the fll addres of ech and uiyle under which it is intended thatbe b nuin sall be George Northwood Oakley, for iscehante Mining Company, ?crlded as . . . . ted, 49 CoIllin-tret, Melboure. Extent of gu?ead applied for, sad whetier am or .ow the u surface, or both,oa a lode ......... ...... Abo three acrs. Name of each perlno (If any) who is in oue atn dthe land None. Minimum number of men to be employed Jo the etlrd mouths, two en. Sabseenwtly, wie i S allwork, four men. Preede loealty of ti reroand ........ -".- Ratom H .ll, Hingetowueaale ais. Term for which luese Is required... .-. .-. lfteen year. Time of ommeasag operations ..... 1 .- ........
CONCERT AT UPPER DIAMOND CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 27 April 1883
CONCERT AT UPPER DIAMOND CREEK On Friday evening last (the 20th inst.) a concert was held in the State schoolhouse, Upper Diamond Greek, the proceeds' of which are to go towards the funds for a pio-ni to the school children. The weather was all that could be desired. The attendance was large, the neat little schoolroom being closely packed, besides many standing at the entrance. The Rev. Mr. Hollow occupied the chair, and in a neat speech informed the audience the motive of this concert. The following programme was then gone through .-Violin solo, Mr. Butler; song, Mr. A. Cameron ; song, Miss Coutie; reading, Mr. Bill; song, Mr. M. Lannan; song, Miss Cameron; recitation, Mr. Iampe; song, Miss C. Oaudwell; song, Miss M'laughlin; reading, Mr. Bunton; song, Mr. Lampe; reading, Mr. Bill; song, Mr. .1. Coldwell; and a song by Miss Cameron, brought the firstpart of the programme to a close. The abilities of many of the foregoing contributors being so well and favorably known, we need scar...
AN HONEST MAN'S DILEMMA. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 27 April 1883
AN HONEST MAN'S DILEMMA. A stranger who had made a purchase of a second-hand dealer on Chatham street grew confidlential and said he would like some advice" " Vhell, go adheadt." " If you were in my place and wanted to go nuto business here, would you lend your money and 'live on the interest or wou;d you 'go into the second-hand clothing busl nresa" . i. " My frent," replied the other with a very serio-e look on his fahe, IP let me:tole you asust like a fadder, .Doen' go. luto the second-hand beesness yourselft, but lend me your money and become a silent partner." "Are the profts large ?" " Large I 1ow much you thinks I made on dot west I sold you for 2 doles? I make shusht twelve ehillings." " Not by a blamed sight, for I haven't paid for it and won't take it I" exclaimed the stranger, as he dropped the bundle and walkedout. " " Vbell, ,hell I"sighd Losesahe looked after Lim," efery times I tell der truth I lose money, and every time I lel I lose a customer. Bowr an an honest man ...
SLOW COURTSHIPS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 27 April 1883
_ he yog msa had fanewelld himself out sea sirn-al ead locked. the doer sad wau untying her a wº. wk t-?TPmos eame dowe~rwttr s Imdq?litaoetdd bee and said. z - Wanted t creep p tair wltout my hearing you, ch ! Didn't think it was an hour after midnight, did you ?ou .. The, girl made no reply and the mother continued : " Did he propose thi time" . I Why, mother,' exelalmed thedau htes? " You can' why mother' all you want to, but don't I know he has been coming hers fer the luast year Don't I know thatyou've burned up at least four toe of eeal court ing around here ," The girl got her shoes on and the mother stoId in-the stair door and asked : "Emeline, have you got any grit' . " I guess ."' 0 I guess you haven't. I just wish that fellow with false teeth and a mole e:i hisl chin would come sparking s:e. Do yea know wliat would happen, Emeline? " " No." "Well, I'll tell yeu. Ie'd' come to time in sixty lays or he'd get out of this mansion like a goat jmplng for sunflower seed." And Em...
Commercial VICTORIA MARKET. 25th April. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 27 April 1883
Commercial. -- 0-- VICTORIA MAIIRKT. Vegeltable :Apt f ushroows, 31 to 3I per lb Cucumler, Sd to Is per dos Mesa, 18I to ?Os per 100 lb Potltoes, 4 &t.pec ewt. Cabbagel, Is to Is per don Fruit: *?Apples, Is d to 7s dpper buhdl, i "ltig, 34 to4d perdot. Grps, 2d to 4d rlb -b Year, 2d to ld'per lb ', - -Quinces, a~d to ks per bushel Dairy Produce: Bacon, 7? to 1lo per lb batter, le Yt to s ted per lb Chbete, 8d to Is per ID Honey, 64 to 9t per lb 9ggs, is ld to Is ed per doase Ulam, S& to ltd per Ib.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 27 April 1883
SHIRE NOTICES. SHIRE OF WHITTLESE A. S NTICE. TfENDERS will be received to II am. on MONDAY, 14th MAY prox., for Spreading Metal on Main Road. SAlso, 40 Cbhais Forming, &c., Wildwood road, Glenatc. . Repairing Draina, oc., Cemetery Road, Yao Yeen. 30 Chaine Clearing and Forminl, road to A rthur'seCreek,near M'Namars'e. . Repalirinlg Herdman's Residence, t., Linton. Fpteilcatious, Ac.,' at the YVan Yean IIotel. . Tenderer to enclose t3 per cent. on amount of tender. , " 'Tle lowest notr any tender not necessarily accepted. JAMES' RYAN,' Shire Secretary. Yen Yeen, 95th April, 1883. Medical Notice. DR. 'H E NRY JAMES MR;O.S.,E. ; LR.O.P.; L.M., &c. WILL VISIT ELTHAM AND KANGAROO GROUND Tuesday, let , ay, 1883. B. SHEPPARD, Saddler,. larness and Collar Maker, EGI to ,nform the inhabitants of . Eltham, Kangaroo Ground, Yacra Flate, end Queenstown, that he will Repair Harnems and Saddlery of every description on their premisee. For farther information apply at Farrell'a HI...
ANDERSON'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 27 April 1883
ANDERSON'S CREEK. &nbsp; (PROM OUR OWN ComlRRSPONnNT.) A isjiet'week in reference to.mining matters. The Queen's Birthday Com pany, are doing dead, work. The " Last Chiance" and "Young Colonial" claims are still on good payable gold. Isutppose about the 24th of May both coaims will be crushing.: .The concert in aid of the Melbourne Hospital will, I think, be a great sue coss, and I thihk we shall be well sup. ported by the surrounding townships. Due notice will be given as to the date. I understand the United Methodists have got the Court-house to hold Sun day services in, the first of which will be held on the 29th inst. I suppose this will be the forerunner of a temperance society and band of hope, both of which I. think are very much needed. Its a pity they could not secure a "evangelist" for a few weeks. We are not a vicious community by any means, but I am afraid we are not a very religious one. The weather has changed with every prospect of rain.
Blackman's Cottage. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 27 April 1883
"I think we are a remarkably, lucky couple, Maria," said John Kevin, when he and his wife had for the fourth time gone all over their new house, and taken a good look from eaca of the windows at the fertile acres surrounding it. "A good house and a neat little, farm for a thousand pounds is such a bargain as is not to be met with every day in the year. I am so glad we saw the advertisement." "Yes. And if the house is a little old, and not very large, it Is at least our own," replied Maria, cheerfully. "Large enough, Maria-large enough for the present, at all events : and 'it more room should be needed by and by-" "Come, dinner is ready," ioterrupted the young wife, blushing brightly ; and' he t wo sat down smiling and content. . To be sure, John Kevin's new hou,,e was .not a palace either in condition or size, con. slating merely of two rooms, divided by a passage running through to a back door, withl two bedrooms above them, and a kitchen at the back of the prenises. But tile Kevin...