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SMITH'S GULLY CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 25 May 1883

SMITII'S GULLY CONCERT. (raoM A COBnRssPONDET.) The concert to have been held at Smith's Gully on Friday, the 18th inst., in aid of the church funds, was post poned by the committee to that day four weeks, June 15th, owing to the small attendance occasioned by the in clement weather. Unwilling, however, that those who had put in an appearance should return home comfortless,` those performers who wore present willingly rendered the songs, recitations, yead ings, &c., at their command, and thoroughly succeeded in delighting the small but appreciative audience. A truly social evening was spent, and those who were unavoidably absoent missed a treat, which, however, with additions, may be enjoyed on the 15th ultimo. It must not be be forgotten .to mention that the room was very prettily decorated by Mr. and Mrs. H]irt, to whom votes of thanks were passed, which,with the passing of a vote of thanks to the chairman, brought a very enjoyable evening to a close.

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
RAILWAY ACCIDENT AT MIRBOO. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 25 May 1883

RAIL1WAY ACCIDEN.T AT' i MIIRBOO An ;accident happened at a railway cuttilg near llirboo, on fonlday after noon, by which one of the workmen on-. gaged sustained serious injuries. It ap. pears.that at about fbur o'clock, while thes gang of liborers.wore at work, someo of thoen noticed the upper part of the oembankmenb giving-way. Anailarm was. raised and the men made away as quickly as possible. All succeeded in, getting out of danger but one, ialned Martin Kil daro, a ,nan 44 years of ago. The fall ing smass'of earth-weighing ntnny tols. -cane down upoan anle comlpletely, eivereds hin. His mnatic at once pro ceeslal to " dig' liiot-,,ns.asl succeeded in dling;-; so.' in, a short tinetl .lT un fortusnato [toiler leut to oilnain itee tllho scene oa thie accident, unattendedl to sar gically, until yesterday,. when. lie. was brought downl to Mellbourno by the Salo train, wlich arrived iin Mlbourne at 8 minutes to 1L0pm. Is was.conro -od fron thence; to til o uelibnmurno Hospital, where...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Commercial. VICTORIA MARKET. May 23, [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 25 May 1883

Commercial. _-0--o- . VICTORIA MARKET. VeCgetable : 2, .Artichokes, ground, 2tl per lb !(eans, 31 to ad per lb Beet, tkl to Od per dozen Carrots, 6kt to Itd per dzoen bunchet I'aulillowes, 4s to 5s per dolse Garlic, 3d to 4d per lb Lettuctr , Sd to Is per dozen S usharoo?ms, 3d tot51 per lb Cucumbers, et4 to la per dos e'cas, 18s to 20s per 100 lb 1Potatoes, 4s per cwt. Fridt: t . Apples, 24 to As 64l per biOshel Figs, kl to 4d petdoz. P'erar, 2d to :k per Ib Quinete, 3o Gd to 4s 6lI per busllel L],e:tns, is Gd to to Gd per dozea, Oranugs, 7s to os Gd per case. Dairy ttxluce: Bacon, 7d to 104 per lb Ilttter. 1. 4d to I 8id per lb (ht.se, Sd to le per tolu 1. " Ilory, id to OI per lb J , t 10 O to 28 341 par dozen II i, 8d to ldi per lb. eie,3s touls 6d o.r pair l'igeoeR, 2s to 2o ld ler pair a "r lork, dl to 7d pcr Ib labbits, 9 1 to It peor pair Turkeys, 8S to 12s per pair

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 — 25 May 1883

COACHIN ROYAL MAIL. LINE OF COACHES YAIt?tA FLATS AND QUiEENSTOWN COACHES. l.eeio Gloloe lHotel, Hwannston.etreot, dalily S"?n p.ti., by wily' Of Alllphlllgio, Ivanhoe, Ildleltberg, t EhthInt, IKaingaro Ground, ] . to11111,' Will, Wltso? Creek, 'Christmhs Hills.' LeaveYarro F'lts aond Queenstowni at7a.m. i Ii .i: Epping cnach leaveti the Globe lintel dolly ' 3 . . ' " 1 gi y . Messr: KERR"' and GCo Proprietors of the . EWANBU RN.. B EG to inform the luhbllllalt of ILnly dale, Yarii Flats, and surrounding districta,that they ale now prepared t . SUPPLY SAWN TIMBER Or any dimensions and of theoI S" ;BEST: QU?ALITY ' Delivereodat,,Yarra Flats, at,.0ls, and " ]llydale~at IIh per, 00 Feet superI also, Rspecially selected timber for' Wheelwright .. rpobses,a.t le 6dper 100oFeet siper" .', , Mr I[. Perln,.our Lilydale agent, is open to receive orders, which ,will: eeet with Irompt lattention;i A \ good supply of 'tilnber is always' ke?tt In the yards adjoihlng.: the. IeohabitO t11hl, Caste...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 25 May 1883

11ELBOURNE STOOI RTEPOIlT. D. Lovolock and Co. repart, iMay ?-22 Dairy Stock.--The market last week was icry lightly supplied, no first class cows forward, for which demand still continuues. \Ve sold up to B£ 15S ; forward springers, from £6 10o to £10; dry cows, Ironm £2' upwards. 1'igs.--The sale for all classes was good at an advance. Calves-Ooi~l aorts very- scarce, those ylrded being only of ?hedli, qualitY.

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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TERRIBLE EXPLOSION IN A THEATRA. GREAT LOSS OF LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 25 May 1883

TERIIILE EXPLOl[ON IN A TII EATRA. GREAT LOSS OF LIFE. A terrible explosion is reported by the Paris papers to have occurred at Revel, a town in the Gulf of Finland, not far frOm St. Petersburg. More than 2000 spectators were witnessing a theatrical performance when a tremendouis explo sion suddenly took place, throwing the audience into a stato of panic, and the building into complete darkness. When, after some delay, lights were brought, a frightful scene presented itself, In the rush for the exits hlindreds of the spec tators had been hurled to the ground and trampled upon ; some could'bo seen lying whore they" hlid b"boon" literally crushed by falling beams and masses of 'atoic ; others hurled 'gaitist the walls byt ho.force of the oxplosionlay mangled and bleeding, and rending the air with their agonising cries. Help was, how ever, happily at hand, and it a corn paratively short, time the building was cleared of lbodies, the iwounded being convoyed to the hospital and the deald...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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ENGLISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 25 May 1883

ENGLISH NEYWS.. The Orient Company's steamer John Elder,which arrived onTuesday,brought files of English newspapers up to the 13th ult. From theose we extract the following : TIIE DYNAMIITI PLOT IN LONDON. The six mon-Norman, Gallagher, Wilson, Dalton, COurtin and Anaburgh -arrested in London in connection with the seizures of nitro-glycerino, were, on the 12th April, again remanded fora week. Mr. Poland, in his opening ad dress, after stating that he should show thatýGallagher was theprincipal in the consp.ircy, spoke of the prisoner Dal ton, whose real name was John Henry O'Connor. A remarkable letter had been found, which he wrote to his parents from Glasgow on the 13th of March. In that letter he said no doubt they would be surprised to find that he had crossed the Atlantic, and was only 300 or 400 miles away from home. His business in that city (Glna gow) was now concluded, for it only consisted of commissions for friends, and so he would shortly be home to try his iativte fir ...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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Mining News. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 25 May 1883

Mining News. Pnimc sx, Panton-hill, 18th May. The maelhintry has boon overhauled, re paired and mado ready for eroution, which will be pushed on with all speed. A geonealugit is like a grammnrian in one respect; lie is always lookiung up the antecedents of his relatives. Ilollowny's Ointment and Pills. - Old wounles, Rr?cl, andll ilnes'.--Dllly experincae coflrnes the fnet which Ilha trihuulllpj l over oppomItloil for thirty yearn -viz., that no means are ktnown equal tn Iltolowny', remnalie, for cering hnit legs, seore, woulnls, dtis?scs of the skin, erysipelas, nlascrs, hurins, scalls, anl, in truth, all cans, where thle skin is broken, 'T'o clure theseu nflrntit quickly is of prinmary linportnnee, na the coem pulsory oelilinelllent Illloo? wrekels the ilcllerll lelalth, 'l'ih. readll y lle s tl iof clr are feml in itlhlllowy's Oileteulut ali fill., whflctll heatl tIlhe tirIs l srsr pel their ',etll. In Ilin very wlILnt e('IaI thll Ollltllt tb hleo mi'eetial in ieffeclting it prfe...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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A DYNAMITE FACTORY IN AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 25 May 1883

A DYNAMITE FAOTORY IN AMERICA. The notorious manufacturer of ex plosive miachines in Philadelphia, George IHolgato, has been interviowed concern ing his business by a reporter on the staff of the Philadelphia Record. lie remarked that, from the description of the effect of the explosion of the inferndl nachina outside the Governelont office in Liondon, it must have been caused by a power much greater and more de structive than dynamite. Holgate made no secret of the business in which lhe is engaged, and it is stated that he has probably made more infernal machines than any other nan ian the United States. Quito recently he has sold four oxplo sive maoehines to persons in Philadelphin. Easch of theso oontrivnnces can bo placed in a iagar box, and possesses an explo sive force equal to 900 lbs. of gunpowder. tHe lha also constructed and sold two burning machines, which can be set for any number of hours, andt when sprung creato a flamo equal to 100 gs jets, and an intensity of heat eq...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ARRIVAL OF WALSH IN NEW YORK. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 25 May 1883

ARP?RIVJL OF WAL.II IN NE' YORK. Walsh arrived' in Now York on the 12th April. Ho was met down the Iay by Byrno and Sheridan, who advised him to say nothing to the reporters. Ao cordingly, he refused to :talk. The reasons enjoining silence are said to be that Walsh is opposed to the dynamite policy, and that Sheridan hopes to con. vert him before he nmakes his views pub lic. ,A Router's telegram says that Walsh is stated to have declared that ho would return to England if he weore assured of a fair trial befero a jury. He added, however, that too many persons had already been hanged unjustly in Ire. land, and oxpressed his conviction that he would le made a victim, even though he wore as guiltless as Mr. Glndstona himself. W.lslh further states that he, neverroosllecta having seen the informor, James Carey.

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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BUSHRANGING IN NEW SOUTH WALES. Sydney, 23rd May. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 25 May 1883

BUSIIRANGING Ih'NEW SOUTH WALES. (Br ELECTRic TiLEORAPo.) Sydney, 23rd May. As a mailman, M1ngintry, was driving Cobb's coach from Bendenore to Dun darra this morning he was stuck up 8 miles from Kingston by a man riding a grey horse. The man said he was a bushrangor named Riley. He had a ro volver in his possossion, and he succeed ed in takingsix mail bage,containing the whole of the mails for Bundarra, Tingha and Inverel: A nitutber of passengers were on thie conch, amongst whom were Meossrs. Frederick J. Cooper and Theno philus Cooper. No attempt at resistance was malde, but one of the passengers re ports chat the bushrangor's hadls was tremibling violently as he presented the revolver. The horse he was riding be longed to one of the maintenance mlen near Bundarra. Dilworth, the Inverel driver, waitedl at Buldnrra thres hours in hopes of getting someo information about the man, but nothing transpired. The Bunlldarra police and residents are scour ing thie country in search of the...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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THE GLOVE CONTEST BETWEEN MILLER AND FOLEY. Sydney, 23rd May. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 25 May 1883

THE GLOVE CONTEST BE TWEEN MILLER AND FOLEY. (B" ELuCTRIo Tt?IsRAPoI.) Sydney, 2Srd bMay. It hs booeen arranged that the glovo contest betwoon Professor Millor and Laurence Foley will take place on Satur day afternoon at the Academy of Musio. The contest will be under the Marquis of Queonsborry's rulos, and it should provo one of the most intoresting scientificdis plays over witnessed south of tho line. -Age,

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 25 May 1883

Birth. LOWMAN.—The wife of A. J. Lowman of a son.

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 — 25 May 1883

AUSTRALIAN Grain Ba Produce Ceom pan y. :'i .lMlRGOR,rlt,~( ItiON: & Co., --? - BOURKICSTIt I,:NT WVEST,-- .. thereau. t * D ?JICIOV11 eoetenh.mints of drain and ,1 t Paryldr?ldueE,' aind iiiks?t Full'?ticis i The-'Grat-Siale Is iett -every-!'UESD1AY athe Melbourne Cornl.xEIIaoge. 'l'he Dll&ry ~'Siitli'sih hield at lhe i ('tle n ny'aJliidhlb, 82?l3iki tri..boltC fotiMole boinie,?,t iti "li.n: onut El)WIteSDAXY aid .t CorrtSuacks ad.lnlltter, Cosks Supplied.' ""H'fATi'ltY C. ItLDEIrTON, O.eneral lanallger to the Colupal'. 'MiLEPA No ROS: B '&RIG'G I im it rters. I I NIARE ;f tind IIETAL 'MERCH&NTS; 1: 'O6..I ZA IITiI S'lI.? ItT C In COLLINS Ph',AC., lest LI r', E COL)IL.IN 10, 1TSAL ' . Mtelboire. " '°'""" Raren~tK tD iti6; 1 ' J. F. Dunning & Co. Auclioner s & P oducne Sales 5 Quecn-street Melbourne, lRIl, ,uow.preparedl to receive Ctreoo, luttir. 'Eggs; iuegti;I.tiey, Jatm", oultry, utd Produce uf tvery de'cripili, 11i Acticon or Priv...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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BILL MATSON'S REMEMBERANCE OF BEAN PLANTING. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 25 May 1883

BILL MATSON'S RE.IE MBER ANCE'OF BEAN PLANTING. "You Y eo, Joe, here, and me was cbs to. gr.ther, his dad's farm and my old man's old ,slump lot j'inin,' and m·,ny's the Jacket warmlin' he and I's taken 'bout tile msa time o'day. Il's always been a question in my minid wlheterold man Brown or my old dad could handle a beech withe in the moat painful malnner. EIthirr ore on 'em could satisfy any boy I ever got acqalinto'I with, Well, Joe here once helped me to deserve the durrdest lickin' over a boy got,and you bet that everytbln' in the lickin' line that we 'deaerved we got. When the old man died I never heerd ary of the boys comoplaln'that he had gone off owl' 'aem anythin' in the way of thrashings. "Yer see, 'twas down East he was brought up, and in them days there used ter go every year, and come home tighther'n a brick on New England rnm and merlasses. Mo ant' the old man had been a-planlin' corn for. a week, and finished it the night afore trniuld' day, nod I went ter bed think...

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 — 25 May 1883

Impoundings. X7 ARRANi)YTE-Impounded at War . Vi rnndyto. 1 White heilfer like over L off rump if not clainml annd expenses paid to be sold June 2oth, 188:1. A. J. 1HUTCiIINSON, s 6id Poundkeeper. To our Readers and Subscribers. W E heg most respectfully to inform our Relctors and ilaseri?ors that we Iave completed our first half-vcr r of the lfaouagement of the EAveyn Obserer,, and without egotism we think we may anll at tention to the progress annd improvement mliade undler our mallnllgenlent. We give ilnre realing matter titan formerly, alln we are punctual in issuing tohe paper on Friday nortnlli, We are de-irons of still progrea ping with Itprovements, and purpose, if properly supported, to nake our little organ .equtlltoio 0any other coulntry IRue. We shall bhe thankftul to nur sutlurihers it they will Skindly forward their subscriptions as nerly ns possilie, wadl oIan try to increase our Cir cultatiu by recom)nendllig their friends to ubh.cribe, uatd we o o or port will use o...

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FORGOTTEN. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 25 May 1883

FORGaOTTEN. BY A FLUILIED Pl'OINTOMAN. I say, you boy from thl infant'achool, A? barely can read or write, Leave off alarkin' and.playin' the fool You mu.-t give me a hand to-night. I knowot've got toietter the trains, Bnt jest keep a sharp look out, For something or other hIas mixed my brains, And I can't remember newt. I've passed the 'spress and the goodls s well, And the parly-the through and slow But I'm botheretl, my boy, I can telli If there's anything else to go.. There's some truckshon the siding waiting to shunt, . And a Ipassenger neaonrly dtite, And t fancy there's sonetting just in front, By a whistle ns just now blew. There's the 10.151 and thelightsarore l I'm blet if I don't feel queer. The line's all right, and there's newt ahead; You can give 'em the signal " Clear I" I'm awfully queer in my head to-night A crash I eh, what does it mean I Gowl Good I I'd forgotten that engine quite And I've settlcel the 10.15. G. R. Sise.

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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Stratford Strettle and Co.'s report: Melbourne, 23rd May, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 25 May 1883

Stratford Strettle and Co:s report Melbourne, 23rd?ay, 1883. Fat Cattle.-1,700 came in, mostly from Nortih-astera and oippsland Distrlcts, with .a c 1wule of ammll drafts from the Mlurrnm bidpee. 'ITh quality was rough; very few prime in. There was a fair attendance of the trade, including some country buyers. Trade opened briskly at a slight advance oa I st week's priues, and was maintained throughout. Quotations -Prime pens bul locks, faom £11 to £12 t7o Gd ; good do do, £10 to £ I : second do do, A8 aos to £9S la ndliumi do do, £7 to £8 1 best poe cows, £7 to £8; second do do, £6 to 47 I medium dodo, .C to £510 s. Fait Calves.-151 to hand, few of which were prime,. Prices were aoolut the same na last week. Quotations :-lrast made up to 7i5 i tecatls, fromn 304 to lOs ; others, from 10s. Fat Sheep.-The supply yarded consilted of i2.487, lhich was in excess of requnoe mnutle. the demand was slack, and prices fell fromt Is to Is 6d, except fora'few prime. Qlluoltaons :-Prnme crossbr...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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DARING JEWELLERY ROBBERY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 25 May 1883

DAIUNO JEWELIJZRY RBOIERnY.. The gro'tost jewellory roblbry ever known in Birmingham war offected on the 12th April', on the promises of Messrs. J. L. Mole and Co., Noew-street. Within an hour of the closingi.o the premises burglars foreed open the back door of the shop, which is approached by a passage, aDlU tookaway over 9C4000 worth of jewellery. Three men w~orn soon to leave the oironisea hurriedly, one of them carrying a black bag,which probably contained the, booty. An alarm was given, but the thieves. got clear oft.

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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The Evelyn Observer. Published Every Friday. FRIDAY, MAY 25, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 25 May 1883

Pulbliekcd Every. Friday.. FI1IDAY, MAY 25, 1883, Stratford Strattlo and Co, notilioe in our adtvertising columnls that they have received instructions from BMoesrs. ]Biauchamp Bros,ngents for the owner, Mr. A. 1I. Young, to sull by publi? auction at the Elthatu llotel, Elthatn, on Tuesday next, 29th inst., at 12 o'clock noon, a pice of hland containing about 112 acres, securely finced and suhdivided into convenient paddocks, on which is erected a comtfortabin wooden cottage, stabling, 'out-houses, &c., andt having a good frontage to the main Yarra Flats road, near Watson's Crre,, The Water Supply Board purpose visiting Fern-haw on Saturday, 2nd June, with the view of examining the Watt's River. It appears that the supply fromn Wallaby 'Creek will be inadequato unless favoured with greater rain fall than .the average during the last few years, it is therefore necessary to provide a still larger supply, hione the intstded visit of the Board. We understand that the Commissione...

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