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WHITTLESEA SHIRE COUNCIL. ORDINARY MONTHLY MEETING. Monday, 11th June, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 15 June 1883
WHITTLESEA SHIRE COUNCIL. 1 Ii ORDINARY MONTIILY MEWPINO. SMonday, 11th June, 1883. C The ordinary monthly meeting' of to .,the above council met at the Council C Chambers, Yan Yean, on Monday last, the Ilth inst. Present:-The Proesi dent (Cr. Willis) and Cre. Tliollna, Johnston, Nelson, Morris, Bassett, a Marshall, and Hughes. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. coaaserownw wcs. From Department of Mines, stating ti that the Council's request for partici pation in Prospecting Vote would re- . ceive favorable consideration. On the motion of Or. Thomas it was g unanimously carried that the members p for Evelyn and East Bourke be written r to,asking them to use their influence in I this matter. From Lands and Survey Depart- a ment, forwarding license for unocupied Crown lands within the drainage area 1 of the Yan Yean reservoir(about 20,000 v acres) with instructions to be kept clear p of dead carcases, &c. From Public Works Department (Roads and Bridge...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 15 June 1883
Tiaelr Sruaao: s T ?rtnc.--'Tnt the. Groat City will ere long be haly recogenls able by its former deaoelnl, WJ the world has heard. The visitora pOOsltg up the Thame now fnds blhs eye gratlfikl by the many edifices recently erected. An he reaches the famous Victoria Emnra.nklent, there rises over him on the right hand the new Yaues office, and on the left hald the new tower-crowned work of Messrs. James Eppe and Co., both phaoreof Italtan arch Itecture. It may be amid that these two hulldnogs are types of the fir reaching hbullnes energy of the lnilneetath century for it has resulted tfrem uch mloean? that these two estahblishuents have bronghtr themselves to the fore, and Itht the ,annual llaue of each has coame to he eoLtJlalaLI by milliones. Dl)ring the last year. the ntmter of coples of the T'inua i es?tialted at 1t,576,oatl, wille the tiumls r of lpackets of EIiDp's Coco sent off In the same perrol is computed at 14,749,695. The latter is a large total, when It is borne In tul...
VICTORIA AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 15 June 1883
VICTORIA AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. The ploughing match committee met at the Sir Henry Birkly Hotel, Heidel berg, oni Monday, 11th inst. Present Mcssra John Creighton (in the chair), Jos. Bond, Thos. Dvey, John Daniel, Alex. Young, Chas Creighton, Thos. Harmer and Henry Bamfield. Donations towards the ploughing match was received, amounting to £25 9s Gd. Resolved that £147 12s he offered for competition, which amount was allotted as follows :-Champion class, single furrow ploughs: 1st prize, £20, and silver cup, £11 12s; 2nd prize, £14; 3rd prize, £8; 4th prize, £5; 5th prize, £3. Double furrow plough: 1st prize, £20; 2nd prize, £13; 3rd prize, £7 ; 4th prize, £5; 5th prize, £4; 6th prize, £3; 7th prize, £2; 8th prize, £1. Class B total amount of prizes, £18. Class C, £12. After considerable discussion it was finally agreed that the match take place on Thursday, 12th July next, on Mr. Robert Laidlaw's farm, Bulleen, that gentleman giving £10 to the society, with which the committee were ...
Commercial. VICTORIA MARKET. June 13. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 15 June 1883
Commercial. VICTORIA MARKET.j June 13. Vegetibate : Artichokes, ground. Id to Ij1 lb Beans, 'd to 3i per lb Beet, 8d to 9? per do zen Carrots, 8d to 1l per dozen bunohls I'aullflowee', Si Gaillie, 3d to 4d * Lettuce, &8 to Siuahrbums, l!i oes, 20a Io 251 l'ototoes, 4s p Apples, 5a to s 6 PeaIr, 2S to 4d i Lemons, s Old to Oranges, is 6d to 7s per cos'e P)alry Produce: *'. lBa:nur, 7d to 104 per lb lutter. Is .ad to tI 8,l per lb i('heee, &! to Is per lb iloney, 6;d to 71( per 1I, Eggs, Is 81 Iln Ys per dozen Hlens, is to 4s per plir l'igeoul, is to 2s lid per pair Pork, 4d to 7t per lb ]Rabbits, id In 9d per ipal Turkeys, ?o to las per pair
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 15 June 1883
.:;,:",I CO,:+C, H..I cCo04 C H I ?NG,. ..l. c ... ROYAL M.IL ,:,,"'LINE OF COACHES' Y. ItItA ,FLA' A?i ) QUI N:' I. 1 Leave Glohe IIht?. wHi , tslou,?, reotl .delly ... .. p o #' : p 1)l,. Al i Gri', Ihie' S- 1: l. lf I i ltl.; 'ill;d lIat'lnn , a klaig (lhi s ia c i 1 lfl?tl...eavet rtr1rratlats, a ntd. Q iceastuw t .7 11 11 ~ - , ,,; ltii.lag "ceunh Haves the Globe haoul Messrs.aK R `. ancEa ,Cod SProprietors of tli S.. )1 t? to i form- the l hilliitnle ofl tl Si: : ,..I1 dale, ar'arr i lats nandli su rinndiingo districlt,that tl ey' araolonw preplartldtloll:i . 1 SU lP Y SAWN rTIMBER ' "Or tioy: dliune nos nta o' the I I' 3'S 'E"I QUAI.IT Y Delirered:at YarraeFluts, ant 10e,' Ot y,1 , tit t, Its ;per, tell. Foet.aoticr e also, Purposew, at I Ia td per 100 Neet aiper? .11 Sr II. Perrin, our Ilydalo ngent la oue penl; to receive orderp, which .wlll meea with' p.ir pt 1ettenlot . "' l A god ouiply of thnher: i? always keLpt S in the yardls adjoining the tteelisaht i hall,' I '. Cas...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 15 June 1883
Impuoitieral 'fthe Bl~ood. Itall tbeopo~tyrlog~ O'fll, horetood a hlc 0,*0 soIo. 00 L boprre oi7'aseOl orio ko p000,,. soar.u all dl~ordoroj acoolo&urr- Llt uo OLr... allero Ohs ol*~oorro kldooy, 5cryau la. tmrov hlaod. eel prof on teoar r~oooo boaob. 4.1 vtgor. Ohoywor a~ o po t ools~ hosote. abbrosoolsat h whdse 7S0.mt. erlbol olaoulrdN. la hlaeoal apah aUM soyU 019 org.,. Zndig·ation, B~lious COm* plainta, and Blob H~eadache. So octon On Oh. bunoso body. sno lIabl· so dl.. moor a. the lb. P omrestr whor .ueea. toe. *liU~ Irn penoodiogpooroly, hs( d~o~o. ra' l·ltoS·retgtb or .rry ojay ap.·plily rmorov all eooa,. of Irrdllys~ot, Oropisoolo ott',. asuuolohdrbogdtocls sad oi~ct pernoesac rare Weakness and Debility. tno rea rof ootlloy. korgor. noad onooooan.. gesattbyooeo ol~y~ hrod, whootoot slotlh btortouodrgro troortog roooIIOrIIII. rod aNeonoo tIws. They drtro t~rso Ohl cortoto otto owrcid paos, or otteoler* a'.roo~ohlo~i Oh, dlptgrotoo senroaart~ Oh, oowoooal ro.oooo. ro...
MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT Stratford Strettle and Co.'s report: Melbourne, 13th June, 1889. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 15 June 1883
31ELBOURNE STOCK REPO?T itr3ttord Otrettie and Co.'s report : tMelinburne, 13th June, 1883. Fat Cattle.-The supply this week num thered 1,694 head, made up of two lots from Rvlerina, the balanooe being mostly train Gippslnud and the North-Flstern district. Primeo pens hdileckr, £ll to £12 10s, good, £9 10s to £10 lo10; medium, £6 to £7. We sold 7 cows for Mr. A. White, Kangaroo Ground. Fat Calves.-100 came to hand, only n few of which were good i these were In d - oannd at fully late rates, and other sorts moved off more freely. Beat made from 650 to 75s ; second, 45e to 655 ; medium, 30s to 40os; inferior, 1?s. We sold 5 for Mr. A' White, Kangaroo Ground. Fat Sheep.--I ,507 came to hand for the week's supply. Ftime crossbred wethers, 14s to 17s; second, 10s to lls; medium, as 41' to 9s 6d. Prime crossbred ewes lts to 12s 6d ; second, 7's d to 8s Od. Best merino wethers, I2s 6d to 13a 6d ; second, los to Its 6d ; medium, 8s to Os, Fat Lambs.-This market was supplied was supplied wit...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 15 June 1883
Grain & Produce Cony~ (LTate) I GtRtGOIt GObit)tON" & Co ,y . .-- . . IM - ti. at T S.,- . " .t ' L1LV Dittrt'lrodueii,÷daidd llko a tralruc l ute ot aalQn?i ln S d h e J UEy SDAY" St the Melb arine biro n'E mtaigan; a-- -' alide lIalty n tisrLh lh t- the "C'1t If ,. 't,ýfu I I ..m..oikWEDNtree'I+L)AV alu .'trn. Sui+.k no,, Io?ttor , o,ý ,,aH ilitd.b .s Li3 i. i.i. ........AtY ... '.....C)S..i, ,it) +A °1L'EAN' BROS.+,&' R1GG, ,11} TU-H-- i AND ou RODUtIR STltlaR.E WI(ST1 aT·1 r,.+t 1,i.1 Itio lt l B(IUjI':.IL(F . +'t'I;F 'WI · ·S'] " oifl+,.o? D ,i na ,g ati' ntitri/186k?bmf" 1. ..:1 ?:ý J. F unning & Co -,.I oe , . les t t -tt ;1r ? ? aon I ', tteneytJan te, 5?ueen-s tt Melboutn, Si !try, r aL 1?.'r odito of every description, I .;i, l Auet iqn+ r ,i'i atel . e trade nn Consignmelts, &aoi ' , ,' . 1\ I'roin p it Sulk. t , IFRANK, SAUNDERS, i''.` ,°'' SXO 1tit ,l % : IIAI.+lS , 1 b lM tatt,?,I + i' t; " : It 5:3irl FEuT ' .II Fll DEhLBI3hMUC ...
Romance and Reality. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 15 June 1883
I am not going to tell tales out of school, so I don't mean to let you into the secret of the whereabouts of as pretty a little village as Is to he found in all the country. But what I will tell you is, that it is not ten miles off i that there is s rallway station, and that a lot of smart young fellows cone down by the five o'clock exprese every day i and that, within an hour after , some dozen dinner-hells ring seross the comlnmon, which is dotted with the prettiest cottages and Slllas you can imagine, each one hidden in forests of flowers and shrubbery, mn that the place seemsllikea little fairybower, designed expressly for "Titania" herself, fastidious though she may be. But the girls, the dear, sweet girls, so delicate and refined in their manners, and yet so full of mirth and joy, ever ready for fun or other Innocent sport I Surrounded by the most picturesque scenery, they have tilm bibed a deep love of romance, and it is no uncommon thing to find a young and pretty lassle sea...
DISPUTE WITH ACARETAKER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 15 June 1883
DISPUTE WITH AOARETAKER. In the juries of. six court yesterday, before 31 r. Justice Williams, the action of Jolly v. Rowan, which commenced on Friday last, was brought to'a con clusion. Ttheplaintiff was a farm ser vant, who alleged that he and his wife were engaged in January, 1876, by lMr. Andrew Rowan, the well-known merchant, to look after hiamarine resi dence at Frankston. They were to have £60 a year and the use of the crops taken from the farm, with the fruit and half the progeny of all the cattle on the farm, or that might be Iorn. There were conditions in the agreeoment ts to the duties which Jolly and his wife should perform. They staved on the farm till the close of last year, when, owing to a disagreemeni between the defondant's family antd Mrs. Jolly, Mr. Rowan ordnored the - m-lrn,. 4n.n---- - Y·*u- -Iso m'?ughb* for tieus to take hiscrop of 18$2 offthe farm, and after taking legal advice re fused to go. Mr. Rowan proceeded by antion for. njectment, which he won, and ...
CHURCH OF ENGLAND, QUEENSTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 15 June 1883
CHURCH OF ENGLAND, QUEENSTOWN. The anniversary of the above church was celebrated on Tuesday last by a most successful tea meeting and lecture. Early in morning a start was made to decorate the room in which the tea was to be held, and arrangements made for tables and the seating of the guests, and certainly we must give credit for the manner in which these arrangements were made, and more especially to those who so tastefully decorated the room with flowers and ferns, showing that they had neither spared time nor energy in trying to make the room look fresh and pleasing to the eye, in which they entirely succeeded, the centre piece, formed by a circle of ferns and a wreath of of flowers, gaining much admiration. At five o'clock, the time appointed for the tea, a large number sat down to partake of the good things provided, and we need hardly say that ample justice was done in that line, as the disappearance of the eatables fully testified to. There were four tables provided, and th...
ANDERSON'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 15 June 1883
ANDERSON'S CREEK. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) The Queen's Birthday Quartz Tri- bute Mining Company obtained 35oz. 3dwt. smelted gold from a crushing at Grant's machine of 4½ tons. Previously the comnpany had washed 42oz. 16dwt. of loose gold, making a grand yield of 19oz. to the ton. This splendid yield should certainly give an impetus to mining with us. We only want capital to develop our gold field, and I am certain that either a tunnel in the Fourth Hill, or a deep shaft, would prove very remunerative. I find that the Elliot Freehold Com- pany is advertized in the Evelyn Ob- server for sale by the Sheriff, on the 11th day of July, 1883, at Mr. Grant's hotel, Warrandyte. The settlement of this property, the whole of which ground is auriferious, should certainly make things better with us. I may mention that the Young Colonial Quartz Company, Third and Fourth Hills, have averaged 10ozs to the ton from their quartz, and are busy getting out another crushing. Prospecting is about t...
"Evelyn Observer" Agencies. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 22 June 1883
"(ývt1yw *lbsener" ,gencete.l dgaims for thu Journal, who are authorised La recetiv Subscriber.' Names, Ordera for Adortiooeoenta, Job Prntaing, tc., have j)en appointed for, the sLcral Loans. is whwch oh. paper circulatle, aa follow. .--. C ..cdonl .... :. RIi Satrut. Chrittmann ThC... ~,, Teaoat Youiu. I)Lmond Creek ... , E. Aeuau. It1tham .....*... W. I. Au aamwa Grccooborougb ... ,, 3. lTuneDAL. LlIcavesrlle ......... J.1a(omaaow. Jorang ......... SAraaTNa Wthittlaoa......... MUoe. J.Luvacwoov. Warburton......... Ma. E. J. BULLEI. WV'.di.d llukock... . W. 13uza. Molbourue...... M~aans Goanooc & GoTo C ....~... namouw oxa & London ..... Goaznsa & couan
A CHILD'S PRETTY THOUGHT. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 22 June 1883
A CHILD'S PRETTY THOUGHT. ---o----. Dihpling, langhlng on my knee Site a little maillode .... Pearly teeth Iher lips shino through, Head with ringlets ladun. Whence that dimple, dear ?" I cry, " Dimple so beguiling,." "Dont't you know ?" she pouts," it ith Just because I'm smiling." " Smlilln ? What is that ?" I ask, " What is that, I wonder ?" Fades the dimple, while the child Straight begins to ponder.: Then it come aglin, as sweet Speaks the little lisper, SI know I" cries she, "it Ith just' ' Laughing in a whisper." ,
THE DUTCHMAN'S BIG DOG. (EARL GREY'S VERSION.) [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 22 June 1883
.-..TtrE.DUTCIhMANA4S BIG DOG. . (EAnr. OR Y's VEassrox.) Oh where a:nd oh where is my big Bulldog ? :)h where and oh where can he be ? With his So'ze.rain-ty and hisCon-ven.ti.on, Oh whlere and oh where is he ? They set him to watch me, my tricks for to .' --stop : Oh where and oh where can he be ? But I guess he will never catch me on the hop, And his bark i all flddlededee. I'eall himn my dog ; he would scare me but can't i I whistle, he'll enme, you will see, With his tail 'twixt his his legs, and his ers' on the slant, As docile a dog as can be. My big Bulldog cannot know what he's about, lie seems in a hbit of fog. If the dog were the stronger, he'd rule me, no doubt, As It is, I shall just rule the dog. Oh where and oh where, &c. -London Punch.
WILLING TO SELL. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 22 June 1883
WILLING TO SBELL. A Detroit commercial traveller fin ished ,his supper- at a hotel in tihe western part of the State the i th';r night, and drew up to th'd.stove alutg side of usa stranger and said,:,;r , ,. " Are you acquainted in, the towni"' " Yes, somewhat." ' '!,, ,,,i " Is this the beat hotel " " ThIey ay so." "' Then I wish, I had :bought some crackers and cheese..and crawled into, a hay-stack. Did you siee how'dirty the table cloth was " " I'didn't noiice,ic" particular. i: i: " And. such hiscuit and elp, and such napkins I I can imagine whaitthd' beds are." " Yes.," "Th'e paper on the room will be mouldy, the wnasl-stand on three legs, the pitcher without a handle, and the' bed full of bugs. It is a shame and ui disgrace to call suell a hog-pou a hotel." There'was a moment of silence for the traveller to light his piple, and then he continued: Yes, it's a shime. I'd- like tosrun a hotel'like this for a year." " Well, I'll sell out to you." " You I What have you got to do wi...
THE LATEST SCIENTIFIC HOAX. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 22 June 1883
THE LATEST SOIENTIFIC HOAX. " Now Zealand," obsorvos the Echo, " is earning notoriety as the country where scientiflo hoaxes are concocted; but ;it 'is not a little remarkable that they should be accepted and repro. duced without counmmnt by the press of this country. Not long ago we had a detailed account of a method of putting sheep into a trance, during which they could be transported to any cozncoivable distance and brought back-to 'life' as required--the obvious idea being that the system would be of great advantage in importing mutton to 'this country. Latterly, tie New Zealand genius has got hold of Mr. Sonlecq's notion of a tolectroseope, and ,has improved upon it for tire benefit of all who liked to accept it. The account was copied from . the Otqao Times into the American papers, whence it found its way into the columns of the leading papers of this country, and people are astonished at the remarkable discovery of Dr. Gnidrah (Hardling backwards). The ' new discovery' is. ...
HEIDELBERG SHIRE COUNCIL. ORDINARY MONTHLY MEETING. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 22 June 1883
HEIDELBERG SHIRE COUNCIL ORDIINAItY MONFHILY MEIETING., WRDNESDAY, JUNP 1i3, The ordinarg.monthly meeting of the above Shire Council met at the Cdunoil Chamber, Heidelberg, on Wednesday 13th inst. Present:-Tho Presidont(Cr. Davey) and Ora P. P . W. Smith, Adams, N. Ellis, Scotland, Bamfield, Bond, and Stidley.~ ' t :' " , ' The minutoes of the previous meeting were read and,?onfirned. CORgESrO"DEGICE , Proiiis Secretiary, Austin Hospital, stating that the .nuisance complained of by the Council had been stopped. From', Contral Board of Health; in reference to the Litorary.Institute build.. ing at Nilluinbik, approving of the plan generally, but requiring .that all the doors should open outwardly; 'anid tliat additional outbuildings ahouldbe pro vidodj A .opy pof tlis report was ordered to boe forwarded to the Comnnitteoeo Correspoadonco ' with Town 'Clerk, Fitroib, respecting a complaint nmudo gaiiit Mr. Passoy for. registering' i w"0ot snit s weipt in FitarF>y.:s re y?' , Th' Sec...
APPARATUS FOR DRYING CROPS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 22 June 1883
APPARIATUS FOR DRYING CROPS. All agriculturists know that when hay and other crops are stacked before they are dry they are liable to heat and spoil. It has boon found that this may be prevented by the application of an exhaust fan in such manner as to draw out the moist and heated air from the stack, leaving it to be replaced by cool, dry air finding its way in from the exterior, and an apparatus for this purpose had just boon patented by Mr. Thomas Perkins, of Hitchin. The stack is built with a central cavity ; a wooden trunk leads out from the cavity, and is adapted for ready connection of the exhausting apparatus when re quired. This trunk the inventor makes taper, so that when it has served its purpose in one stack it may be drawn out and used in another, for it is only for a short time after the building of the stack that the apparatus is needed. The trunk is built into the stack in a horizontal position; near to the ground it is provided with a motel-work'piece, which, by mea...
Correspondence. Without endorsing the opinions of our correspondents, we shall be glad to insert communications hearing upon topies of public interest, which may be intelligently expressed and free personalies, on condition of receiving the writer's roal name, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. HAV'RIL WILL. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EVELYN OBSERVER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 22 June 1883
Correspondeuce. Without endorsing the opinions of our .cr ' respondents, we shall be glad to insert commnnlenatons hearing upon topics of public interest;which may be intelligently expressed and free from peronlillties, on vcondition of receiving the writer's real name, not necessarily for publication, but s aa guarantee of good laith. --0 IIAV'RIL WILL. TO TIlE EDITOR OF TUE EVELYN OBBERVEn. DIAn SlB,-Hav'ril Will profsses surprise at the meaning I took of hisa letter of 11th May last. However, he can say what he liked but he cannot deny having "thrown oold water" on my proposition of building a niechanics' hall on Kangaroo Ground. He hasdeolt' rather hBanshly with' Jack Sprat's Sister, and, doubtless, she will give back as good, so the least I say about that part of the letter the better. In the last part of his letter he says I am a "olipper at drawing inferences.". Maybe I am, anyhow, I have come to the conclusion that his profeIsing srplriso at the meaning I took from his opist...