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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 8 June 1883
TO CORRISI'OQDE.T'S. The utorst freedom. consistent with, the public-intrrest, ill be allowed to correspon dents of all classes, but no eonllunlications will under any cit umstanccs be, inserted, udlese au?hen?ticaled by. the real name and a;hlress oj tha wrriter, which will be r ogarde as strictly conifidential, and serve as a guarantee r yood laith. I|e cannot be held responsible for the opinions expressed by Eorreslpodents.
Calendar for the Week. JUNE [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 8 June 1883
Calendar for the-1Veek.. JUNES.' 11105 fl8OTfl8 OSOOX. New Mooan.......... 5th t 3.b2 p.m. 1!i rot Qtku~t ter:...I13th at 12,21 a.1m. X Full .\loo~n.....:....21attit' 2 12 R~m.' 0 0' lsst Ql8rlhr....8 it t5.18a.m. Q b, Pelirifee, 3rd and 30th. q 'Apogee 15tti.· 10 *S 3rdstindnA; fta..'CrrinitK l' 1,1 M WVelcom Nirncgt found, £8376. 1858 12 T'n Ehtrory, INC Gv.-Ge: .of Aun. 1551: 131 W Floodat Mailtland, N.S.W. 1S63 141 Tn First Gpld Escort 1852 1& F Princens tlctarlen horn 1857 161 SA War hbeweet Irng.'nnd'Ancrtos 1812 1.nonauln t.WI3PeArTOIc,-ChO1IIag to lunch bn'.thi.f ~'
THE SERVANT GIRL QUESTION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EVELYN OBSERVER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 8 June 1883
STIIHE SERVANT GiRL QUESTION. '70 TIlE EDITOR OF THE EVELYN ODSERVER. SSir,-This has'sitlast hccmoiun intolerable Iuiasnce, for inimuci i s hls'beu' 'said and i .written on tih subjoet, aothir phrasoof this Spublic incubui has of lato developed itself in ' thb district of' ' . 'AW fricidof minO re .s idlii thsro iad oa'cr yait?'irl, when the young fellow,,a moreo boy, workingg for him ,,sbecme onaamoured of her-fairly entangled :.wili her ;so sulch so, tht thi nmajority of lier relatives made a dead sot at.himi anid inslted . o him making h hihis wife. "Ultimstely, they Sproved too smanoy for'hinisand li'd;succumbed to the: pressure broughtto bear uponhims * 0e now.wears the aspect of, oneo :"?aken in auddono for ;" As the old womansaid to her "s on, who io s juslt ni?ot to h?ive thu rope ad. .justed around his nsck ;: ollb Isob I hope tlhia'll be a warning to.thco.",,,Bo,doubtless, .,this little cpisodeo,will prqve, when too late, a* lesson to our hero-.the would-becandidate for ma...
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 gurantee of good faith. "When awfu Beauty joins w[?] her charma Who is so rash ti rise in rebel arms." TO THE EDITOR OF THE EVELYN OBSERVER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 8 June 1883
Correspondence. Without endorsing the opinions of our jor . . responedents,.we shalt .be, glad ,to insert colmmunications hearing upon topics of public Interest,which may be iqtelligently expressed and free from permsoeillies, on condition of 'receiving the writer's real S eame, not necessarily for. publicatlons, but as'a guaranteesof'good Ileth. 1 a' ' When awfu'Beautyj iisi wl a hed charms Who is so rash it rise in rebel arms.'. T0THUE EDITOR OF TH .EVELYN OeuERVER. Sir ?-A grippit Nell ?~lard and fast. 'ood: akird Jar k Sprit's bIgs . r.r ,Your lassie correspondents prefix the dear, an acoeniipnimeent whlch this chlel as a 'ipan well dispense wI'. 'They've gotten up wi' suntm fizz at nought e ,va A plaily. ell Wee Nell that it iss tthe Seotch fasion'ti defray ae debt afore they incur antlher sn' appeal tI the aul inmei, no torment tihe lads y' oiught o' the ini', for A'i i suroe nano e nus is posse'I w an acre o' K'ingaroo Grun proaier, o ilherefio d r e wara' doiendens o odur gu...
Commercial. VICTORIA MARKET. June 6. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 8 June 1883
Commercial. VIOTyOItA TarIEi i'. June 4, Vegetaulesa Artichokeo, ground, Id to l.d pe tl? Btesyas, "d to 51 perlb Ilge, lid to 9d per do zen CatCrls, lit to 91 pecr.lzoz ?o Ltelte t'aulillowers, ts to So pet dolaz (toartlc, &l to 4d per lb Lettucei, 8d to Is per dozot Alo.-hroomns, 2d to It per lb Peas, 201 to .as per 1Oil9lt Potatoes, is per owt, dt it: Apples, 5s to48 611 per buphel 'Pears, 2d to4d per ib Lemons, Is Git to 2s per dozen, Ornngcs, to 6d to, s. per case.. piry.r Plxtuce la. con, o to 10.d pqr, lb. . lSutter, Is fid to 2l per lb. ..Chieese, 8 4 to. Is per It.. loney, lid to.7d per lb ggs, l Is0l to s ,Id per dozen, lalo P1 to 114 pceltb. elle,% 3- 4) Is per pirir I'igeos, 2s to i er per pair York, 4d to 7d per Ib lRabbit, Gd., to. tipior pair Turkeys, 7s. to. Ias per pai-
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 8 June 1883
COACHING. ROYAL MAIJL ' LINE OF, COACHES CO)ACIIlS. 140Ctavhlobe?rleCti, h3wo tmnattreet, daily ''' :' ' lilp.nu, by3 way of Alphillglon, Ivanhoe, iUllidelberg, , Eltham, Kungaroo Ground, 1i... toll Hill,,.Watson's Creek, Christmas S iills. LeaveYarra Flats. and Qeeeutoewn , a (ipingleooacih leave ''thek. Globe Hotel ,i:i.i daily at 3pa.L I, I 'MesrAs.KERR and Co. :: , Proprietors of the '"' ';:::. ' E: W .:;A N B U : N EG( to: inform the lnbabitalte of Lily . -_ .dale, Yarra Flats, and ;lurrounding S:::diatricle,that lhey are now prepared to SUlPPLY'SAWN TIMBER : Or . any di dlenion' d?id iof theN11 , B'EST'QUALITY? .', . -', D ellv e tr a Fa t a ., 10t , and I t ,.Lllydule,atlti, pc l0til ft'euper' alao Specially" elected tlihiber'forJWheelwrigbt : 1' urpsiesat:stt 6dper Io Fcotuper.,,; i:.: S llr I, P'errin,:our Lilydalo agent, is open i to receive 'oders, which" will t meet +with Iprluo?i t atten'ttou. ''' A' good Itjpty olotlnti?er IS always kept i t'the yards adjltnlug the Ile...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 8 June 1883
Impoundings. H-I A ,. k S VLL.E--Inmpounded at HIealesvillo. No. 20 o lack Uor e, star, I11 neatshoulder N. 21 Chestnut mare, like-faint D aver ,L near shoulder If not clahulc and enxpenes.paid, to be sold 27th June, 1883.. \Y.Fr. wVI4Liot 3. Poundkeeper. Wanted. BOY WANTED. to CARRY MAIL be . tween Queenstown and KIlglake. Apply to E. N. STAF1', Esq., Fernhill, Kinglake, or Queenstown, Saturday, midday. L-L South British Insurance Company. CAPITAL, TWO.MILLIONS.. xi Queen-street, Melbourfn .. IRE Insurances effected at lownst, .. current rates. Agents n'anted where the company is spt represented. C. B..PARSONS, Manager. To our Readers sad. Subscribers.' " vE beg most redpectfully to inform our Rlder'-and Subscraibers. that we have completed our frst half-year of the Management of the Eve yn Obscruer, and without.egotilm,we think we may arll at tention to the progress and improvement made under out. management. We give more reading matter than formerly, and we are punctual In issuin...
MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 8 June 1883
_1ELROU&Ni UTOQIS lEROR.T Stnrtford Strettlo and Co.'s report: Mlelbourne, 6th June, 1883, FatCattlo"-1,735 head were drawn for theaweek's supply, and consisted of drafts from- Gippsland, the N'orth-Eastera. Dis tdct, and Western Port.'* 'rimo pens bul locks, l£ tCo.£12 15s good,, £9l to'.10 10s; medium, £6 to £7. Prime pens cows,. £8 io. to 8 5s ; good, £7. to £8.; medium, £4 to £5. Fat Calvr.--109 camet to bohad. Best mnadefrom,65s to 85s i second,45s to 55s; me l:um, 30s to 40s ;, inferior, fron 15la Fat Sheep.-Thisl market tills week was a applied wltd 13,710,sheep, andtconsid, r,tb ly more crcssbreds than merlpos. Prdilp croos bred wetbers, 14s to 16s; good, 12s to 1t3; medium, 9s to 10s. Primo crossbred owes, SIls to 125 6 ; good, 9s to 10s.. Best merdno wothers, 12s td to tls Gd I second.do, 10s to SIs ; medium, 8s 6d to 9s Gd. S?t Larnbs.-The supply numbered 1,558, which was again inl excess of requlrement;t. and prices reced.d, except for best quality, which brought...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 8 June 1883
7"1' W AUS T 1 ALAN , Grain & Produce Com pany. .L (Late) .. . IM'GRGOR, GORDON 8? Co, 82 BOURKE STRIEET WFST, - . . E. ILBOUteNE:; ' EClIrVE 'consignments of Graln and I _ ) RDanry d Produce, and tuuke adlancet t thereon. ,` .. . rte ornin Sale Is held every TUESDAY at the holba,trne Cora Exehanga,; . The. )airy, SMts are, held at the Cofl ....pany's Ito?tms,r 89 Rourke-straet West. Mel, bourne, at I a.m. on WIVDON?QS-AY and .'.RIDIl)AY; : - Corn Sacks and Butler CaskaSuppllet, HARRY C. IJ)dERTOh , e nleml ntMuigcr to the Company. -' IMLEAN'B fROS. & RIGG, :: u ao ers.. t:, and METALL MERCH ANTS, 6 ELIZ?.AIIETtt S'rLttIlEr Axu COLI.NS - .r'fAOi.t: & LI'T'TLO.COLLItNS i.4'&Vt1LT. -'-' IttD I-f Olf( tIKit STR?ET' WEIST, r Meibourdic. E: ' TAntssnan 1860. J. FDunning & Co., 4uco/wlieas ' Produzce SA/is 5 Queen-strceil` Mehoui'te, .. A1, now prepared to receive Cheese, n tteri, ga `Baon,'h; 'loney3, lamrs, + ' oultry. and ;Produee of every descri...
In Memoriam of E. Weller. DIED MAY, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 8 June 1883
In tYlortiamt ot Q. UcUlsr,t DIho MAY, 1883. Ills earthly lifo is spun: but In that lifo 1How lmany things of moral beauty rife I " An honest man's the noblest work of God;:" 8o sings the poet : we must bear the rod. -.' Dwelt in his soul acalm serenoiand deep, As foretastoofaliove: why should ioweep1. A mind above the conunon herd'p, he sought The tru-lt, ~id, foudd; fo it as lwarmly A heart to needs of others bent an ear,, To scandal deaf 1 forsorroioig a tosre: Such were his trailts : no further need we But lt our lives as his tho same traite The re-appearance of "The Star.. of Bdtliloheni " isi predictddo by" astrono iners itlis ,year, or theii nxt. On the 11thb November, 1572, Tycho Brahe discoviered a str in Cassiopieia which saqalled? Sirius anid Venus in bright ness dcuring a minth, and then fell back irito its fortliier 'insignificanico. It is conj?ctured that this phenomenon may he' 'connected with two, similar ap paritions in :1204-9054, and that the saine,increaso in the...
Aunt Priss[?]'s Flirtation. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 8 June 1883
" Did I ever tell you tlhotrouile I got into frome a winter evening frolic, yaersand years ago?". - . , "No. Do tbll us; Aunt Priscilla. ' W?Well, I vhas'ayoung girltnota mito older tha? sintein, aid it was mid-wintcrs S think, when I first hemlt that; James ,Gryson was going to give a house.warming...,; . S"A? lioiese--arming i.in ti bachelor's new houise I IIhdr war a ilno'field forfun and mis. chief,. and, I, w , iboverjoyed, ?pcclp?lly'as it whispered that orayson, a well-to-do lIng: IHal faimer, wanted a Wife to .take charge of his new house, and thati this lparty was but a pretext to bring togetlir all thepiretty girls in the country round, so tlhat h Inight choose one front among them for that honour. ' To niy rieititib idoeis'lhis'sdemed a cold blooded,, musinesso.likc trnoisctiul and -I, with soaie'of the other girls, meant to mako sport for ourselves out of it in some w"ay. ', , "Besides, lie ivasat least thirty-fvo years olld, ;wle )seemoed an aivfll age t0 ust ; and we t...
MINISTERIAL VISIT TO THE UPPER YARRA. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 8 June 1883
MINJSTERIAL VISIT To TIIE UPPER YARtRA,. The members of the Water Supply' Board;. Messrs .,Nimimo, Langridge, Tucker, and'Steel, with'Mr. Davidson, ths'ongine~tr f ,the Yan Yean Water: Supply, and Mr Force, the accountanit, accompanied: eby _[esre.. .Gillied. and" Deakin, left Melbourne by' theo 3;40i train, for- Lilydale last "Friday, and' were met there by li'ri. Cameron, the member for Evelyn. The company stayed at Lithgow's Hotel, whore they received uvery attention and comfort. Tlhey departed from Lilydalo for Fern shaw at 9 a.mn.,on Saturday, in three ve. hicles. Mr. Cameron; driving. M-Arsr Gillies and, Deakii, who. called at.Mr. J.. C:'Steel'siiwhiereJ they" luiiclhdd'thoe others, lunching.. at~ Mr.. Morrison!s, where Mr. Gillies was intorviowed by the inhabitiants' re railway' to' eales villo. Mr; Gillies roeplied that he wvas imme;;onsely strucki thmitil itl Girt ildi of the Upper .Yarra n?l Healesvillo district when `he. first.visited. it With Mr. Cameron, and!continued t...
The Evelyn Observer. Published Every Friday, FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 8 June 1883
The Evelyn Observer. Published Every Friday.. FRIDAY, JUNE, 8, 1883. The Whittlesea and Heidelberg Shire Councils meet on Monday and Wednes- day ,next resectively. &nbsp; The gold reef discovered at Research some time back, is, we understand, to be thoroughly tested at once. The second crushing from the Union reef, Diamond Creek, cleaned up last week, gave the result of 58ozs. from 12 tons of stone. We are informed on, good authority that a large dog-fox, measuring 4ft. 6in. from tip to tip, was killed on Mr. J. Herbert's run, Diamond Creek, on Monday week last, 28th May . On Friday evening next,. 15th inst., a tableaux and concert will be given by amateur threatricals in the Mechanics Institute, Christmas Hills. Admission, is 6d.; children, half-price. Doors open at 7 p,m, and the performance will commence at 7.30 p.m. We understand that the Rev. Mr. Ager, who has been conducting services for the past three years for the Baptist body in the Lilydale district, is about to ta...
HEIDELBERG CRICKET OLUB ANNUAL BALL. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 8 June 1883
I[E.IDE?It IIElG CRICKET ULhUB ANNUAL BALL,. (FROJ OUR 0oW CORRESPO?EDNT.) The annual ball in connection with the Heidelberg Cricket Club. took place -at theo Heidelbrg Hall.a on Wednesday, 30th M[ay, and pliroved' complete success.- - SAbont'twenty.two couples: sat down to. refreshmnents, after w.lich Mr. T. Davey, Presidelnt of the Shiro of: IIoidoel borg, presented, the trophies won during the season. Before doingso hlie said he had a ploisant duty to perforum, add that was to. present Mr; IL J. Price with: a.silver tea and coffee service, as a niomento. of his residence inj Heidelborg. The tea-pot bore the inscription:- I'resented to II. J. Price,Esq., by the lMembers of I. C. C. for valuable services as Sccretary, MIay, 1883. After-which threo hearty choee were given for Mr. and Mrs. Price, •Mr.rPrice expressed; his gratification at' receivi?ng, such. a. piresent from the eIIeilelborg.Oricket Club, and took it as an evidence of genuine good fooling on ,behalf of his follow cric...
THE SWEET GIRL GRADUATE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 15 June 1883
TIIE SWET GIR.L GILAL)UATE. ' I would like to see anl editor," salla girl of ratller "prepcessing appearance, as sheo opened the door of the editorial room yestcr. day afternoon. " That is not a particularly herculean task, miss" said the horso reporter, and thile ad. herent of Iroquols smiled a bland 2'10) smile, which seemed to reassure the young lady. "Of course," she said, "I don't exactly know which editor I want to sce, be. cause--" " Oh, that's all right," said the advocate of the Saratoga scale for two-year olds. "We don't expect people who come around here to know anything." And again the quarter stretch smile beamed forth in all its splendour. " Well," said the young lady, " I am going to graduate next week, and mamma said that perhaps if I read my essay to some editor he would point out any little defects in it, and show how they could he remedied." "lMamma told you that, did she I" "Yes, air." "Your maternal ancestor," said the horse reporter, "is evidently a person of g...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 15 June 1883
AND South awl East Borlrhe .ecord, Published Every Friday Morning. S SeasucosrTows : Tihree monthls, in advance, Is 6d ; on esedit, 3s 6d. Six',onlhs, 'n advance, s ; aon credit, 7.. Twelve miiotlh, itn advance, los; on credit. 14s. Plorsons wishingto sbecome subscribers may ilo so by sending their name" in at any time to this office. Those wishing to discoot.ue being sub. sertihra must givo' written notice to that effect and pay up all arcars. Advertisement :-Twenty words, for one Insertion, li.i iO to 30 words, is. I perinch, 2s. d. ; births, marrtages, and deaths, s Id each inlsertion. A large discount allowed upon all adver tisement inserted for thbree months or up. wards. Advertisements not bearlg the number of times to be Inserted on the copy, will be continued and charged for luntil a written notice to stop them is received at this olce 3 I83. L I N r * I Of all kinds done at Low Prlces, with neat. tess and despatch, at the "Evelyn Observer" Oflce, Ksngaroo Ground. " Still wa...
TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 15 June 1883
TO CORRESPONDENTS. The utmost freedom consistent with the public interrst, will be allowed to correspan dents of all classes, but no communications will under any ci,,unistances be inserted, unless autrhnticated by the real name and 'address of the writer, which will be reyarded as slrictlq cotljdenlial, and serre as a guarantee of gjlutadith. I'e cannot he beld responsible for the.. opinion expresstr by correspondents.
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. RAILWAY TO YARRA FLATS. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EVELYN OBSERVER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 15 June 1883
SCorrespondence. Without endorsing the opinions of our cor resiobilents, we shall be gind to insert collunlilJicetions hearring oII|Ie topics of public interest,which may be intelligently expressed and free from personmlities, on condition of receiving the writer's real name, not necosarily for pablicatiou, but as a guaranteO of good ailtb. ----0--- RAILWAY TO YARRA FLATS. TO THU? DITOR Of TUH BVLMYN O mSnlUN. Sir,--lnalteEll» OMimerrweo finda very interesting secount'f ?iilit laids by thelion. Gilliet and l H. Camuero, Esq, M.L.A, to' the Wandio, also in the iorooasdra % lsamlard. Evidently matten are very pro. mising there (not pieocrust fashion either), particularly regalring the sure and certain hopes of having arallway tothe Wanilin. We envy their position ; not that we begrulge them a railwny, but because they have the appearance of a better chance than we Flatit e have. We adit that they have good cause why they should have rail--y statl tics given in the loorurnara Staidard,...
Calendar for the Week. JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 15 June 1883
alentdar for the ltec. JUNR. 11 • IIASK of TIK MrOOS. - New Mlol ...w....5th at 3.52 p.im. S IViret Quarter.... 13th at 12.21 a.ut.. Full SMn ..........lst at 212 2 an.t. SLut Quarter.....2811 at S 18a.nm, Perigee.3rd and 30th. S . Apogee, 15th. 17 084th SYatd afterTrlnity 1 ? Battle of Wtterloo 1815 '1' Naval duel, Alaloa A& K?arsnagel68 28W IAccession of Queen Viatoria 1837 2I 'I'l (22) Gov. Ilothant arr, In Melb. 1854 22 F Sthortest day, Winter comtneuces 21 8 antttasottta settlet 1801 PIIVtoItt.tI1K W.rATIIItt-Cild windsl and ralin and generally wot to end of mo?nth.
The Evelgn Observer. Published Every Friday. FRIDAY, JUNE 15, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 15 June 1883
1'ublieed Ecery Friday. FRIDIAY, ,IJUN 15, 1883. This evening a tableaux and concert will be given by anmatuer theatricals in the Mechanics' Institute, Christmas Ilills. The perfornanco is to commence at half-ptnst seven. On Wednesday ovening next, the 20th inst, a lecture will be given by the Rev. Chas. Strong in the Rechiabite Hall, Lilydale, to commence at 7.30 pin. Subject, t' Dean Stanley." Ad uission, is. It is notified that tickets sohl for 1ir. Abernothy's lecture will admit to this lecture. Tih GreensborJugh and Nillumbik Pluughing Match (under the auspices of the Victoria Agricultural Society) is notiliol by advertisement and poster to be held on Thursday next, June 21, on Mr. A. Burrow's farm, near Greens borough. At Yan Yeani on Saturday aftorn?oen place in the launching of a punt, named " The Comlmissioner," on the waters of the Yan Yeau reservoir, The christen lang ceremiony was performed by Miss Wilson, daughter of the local inspector. Messrs. Davidson, La Oron, Force...