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TO THE EDITOR OF THE EVELYN OBSERVER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 22 June 1883

TO TIE EDITOR OF TII'EVELYf O0EtRVLR. SIR,-A very pleasant evening was spent at Coowurp, the residence of Mr. O. B. M'Intyro,who, on thoe completion of some now and commodlious buildings, gave a house warming on the occasion, whlch resulted in a fair representation of guests from different parts of theldlstrict, and also from Melbourne. A sumptiots repast was prepared, and,, to judge by appearanemo was duly apprelatedl. After the inner man was thoroughly replen. ishel the light fantastic was gone into in a most vigorous and onjoyable manner. During the evening some really good songs and recitations were given by both lady and gentlemen performers, one young lady in particular contributing largely to the oven. ing's amusement. Mr. A. Scott took advantage during a lull in the hilarity, to propose avote of thanks to Mts. M'Inntyre, which was seconded by Mr. Jamioson (late of the ColonialL Dank, Lilydalo), and duly responded to with muslcal honors, beinsg cheered to the .echo.' After* w...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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FEMALE HALLUCINATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 22 June 1883

FEMALE HALLUCINATIONS. Recent circumstances, presumably connected with the outrage on Lady Florence Dixie have, says a recent issue of the Medical Timaes, directed con siderable attention to certain remark able delusions to which females of utn. stable nervous equilibrium are subject, either through hysteria or through aimi lar disorders of the nervous system. Oharcot and Bourneville give instances of the extraordinary self-deceptions that are frequent amongst hysterical patientsa Dr. Legrand du Saulle; physician to the Salhpetribre: Paris, de scribes in his standard work, " Les Hysteriques," some remarkable--cases of hallucination, where females laboured 'under the belief that they have been struck or stabbed by others, even after havinginflicted blows and wounds upon themselves In one instance a young woman was found by her husband lying on the floor of her room in a fainting fit, her face covered with blood. On reviving from her swoon she stated that she had been attacked by arme...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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Commercial. VICTORIA MARKET. June 30. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 22 June 1883

Commercial. VICTORIA MARKHT. "Juno O. Vegetables : Arttchokes, gmutid,ýld to Ijd p lb Beans, "jd to :kl per lb lBeet, 6d to Od per dozen Carromt, 6d to 9d per dozen bun b " (aultllowers, 80 to 61 per dozen Garlic, lt to 44 per lb .t' Lettuces, &i to is per dozen , lMu.hrooum, 21d to :1d per it . 'eoa, 209 to 25t per too lb 1'ototoes, 4, to 45 Gd per cwt, ' .....P1 wpklna;5s per don Toounatoles, s to tS per case Fruit: -Apple, dessert,'7s to 8s 6,'per buhbel Apple., cooking, 4s to 7s do. Lecmnus; is C? to 2, per dozen, Oranges. 5s to is per case... Pears, 24 to 44 per lb . Dairy Prooluce:. lacon. 74 to' 104 per lbt Ilutter, to :11 to Is 84 per lb Chteese, 8d to Is per.lb S Ioney, Od to 7d per lb E1gg+, Is &l to to Ink( per dozoen : l1am, 8d to I ld per Ib. 11eon,Bas to 4a per pair 'Pigensm, 2. to 24o lt per'palr Pork,' 4d to 7d per lbi' IRabbita, 64d to,td.pur pailr .. 50W!·urru i

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 22 June 1883

To our Readers and Subscribers. W R beg most respectfully to inform our Readers and Subscribers that we have completed our first half-year of the Management of the Eve ye Observer, and without egoc!sm we think we may call at tention to the prog'ress and improvement made under our management. We give more re ling mruatter thanll formerly, and we are punctual in issuing the paper on Friday morning, We are deirous of still progres sing with improvements, and purpose, if properly supported, to make our little organ equal to anly other country issue. We shall be thankful to our subscribers if they will kindly forward their subscriptionl as early as possible, and mnso try to increase our air culation by recomlmending their friends to suhbcribe, and we on our part will use our best eldetvours to give satisfaction and make our paper what it ought to be. IIARRIIS, SCARCE, & CO. Lvelyn Observer Office, Ist May, 18S3. m tn Se Impurities of the Blood. Ustli ltheepurifylig Pil. ehas hada...

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MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT D. Lovelock and Co. report, 19th June :— [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 22 June 1883

MELBOURNE STOOK REPORT D. Lovelock and Co. report, 19th June : Dairy Stock,-The market last week was fairly supplied, but few really good eows fowaord, and for which the competition was keen.. We sold up to £11. Springers to £6 B dry cows, frbom 2 tiwards and cleared the yards at satisfactoryprlces.' Pigs,-The sales not quite so brisk. No alt r.tiou in prices sinoce ast quotations. Calves.-Not very many yarded, those forward bringing good prices.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 22 June 1883

Bouth British Insurance Company. CAPITAL, TWO.SILLIONB. I'I Queen-street, Melbourne. F I RE Iurances effected at lowest current rates. Agents wanted where the company is not represented. C. R. PARSONS, Manager. the ttepa Mbserux AND South and East Bourke Record, Published Every Fridayi Morning. .. " . scintrro?s .. .. Three monthis, iunadvane, 2s "6d on esedit, 3s 6.. Six months, in advanice, as; on credit, 7. Twelve moiths, in advance, los 'on credit. Persons wishing to become subscribers may do so by sending their names to at any time to this office. Those wishing to discontinue being sub. scribers must give written notice to that effecteand pay up all arears. Advertisements :-Twenty words,for one Insertion, s.; s0 to 30 words, is. ; per inch, 2s. 6d., births, marriages, and deaths, is rd each insertion. A large discount allowed upon all adver tlsement nloserted for three months or up. wardse. Advertisements not bearlog'the, umber of times to be inserted on the copy, will be conti...

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The Disgusted Damsel. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 22 June 1883

ýbt I spated gamsel. " CharlesI Charles, you won't forget to meet my Aunt Stephanio at the dhpot, at twelve precisely." ,Mrs. Early had followed her tall brother il.law to the. front-door steps, with the fresh wind blowing her bright hair about her, face;.and a scarlet Shetland shawl drawn picturesquely round her delicate shoulders a pretty woman, with something of matronly dignity subduing the arch mllchief that sparkled in her merry eyes. Mr. Charles Early was a stalwart, hand some young man, with blue eyes, and light brown hair shadowing a fair open forehead. It was a pleasant face. to look lnto, with nothing of irresolution or effeminacy about it, and conseqtently Charles tErtly had many friends-ay, and loyal ones too. lie turned round at the ounal of his sister In-law's voice. . Joseplhine was one of his.: most. lseful and constant allies. "No, I'll not forget, Josephlno t but I'm sorry her godfathers and godmothers in baptism gave her the name of Stephanle." " Why ?" "Because ...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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The Evelyn Observer. Published Every Friday. FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 22 June 1883

Published Every ?Widay, FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1883, The postponed concert at Smith's Gully in aid of the OChurch fundaswill take place this (Friday) evening. A bazaar, in aid of St. Patrick's Church, Lilydale, is to be hold early in November. Stallholdeors have been appointed, and already considerable activity manifests itself among the fair sox. The building has been encombered since the time of its completion, and we are glad to see that as effort is now being made for its removal. A meeting of the tueensstown church committee was held on Saturday, the 16th inst., when the balance-sheet, in connection with the late anniversary, was presented. Thetotal receipts were £16 18s 3d; and the expunditure, £5 tie 6d; leaving a balance of £11 12s Od. Satisfaction was exproessed at the anniversary having boon such asuccess. A hearty vote of thanks was passed to those who had suhseribed towards de fraying the expenses in connection with the anniversary. FATAL OARe or T?Y'Pnorn FovaR. Elizabeth May...

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THE HISTORY OF PRINTING. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 22 June 1883

THE HISTORY...OF._PRINTING. In an interesting articleonitmg in Chins, the' North China h?rald says that the finrst great prompter of theartrof printinig was Fe%.;Ying Wang .wlio in 932 A.D. advnsd the Emperor to have the Confucion classics printed with wooden blocks engraved for the purpose. The first books were printed in a regular manner and in pursuance of a degree in 953. The mariner's compass and rockets were invented about the same time, showing at this period men's minds were much, stirred towards .'nlvention.' Twenty. years after the edict, the blocks of the classics were pronounced ready, and were put on sale. Large sized editions, that were the' only ones printed at first, were soon succeeded by pocket ,editions., The works printed 'under the Lung emperors at Hangehow were celebrated for their, beauty; those of Western China' came next, and, those of Bokhien last. Movable types of copper and lead were tried' about "the 'same. time; ahut it was thought that mistakes were mo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 22 June 1883

qJarA_ýN-\ 11T r Grain-&-Produce Com M'Itil~GI, (iOil)ON)' & Co., 82 BOOUK'rilSTli r EWST, thltreai. l s?onoui tit l It ci l<»idl't 7it a s Bq'elirsii Snour "ava 0t 'The (nrni Sale Is a lIn g rryTUSAY *t thi>-lhelbourirle-rin-ex-ha - sit lYit lWW. ithe " ?'?ueeksi-and-Bnter Cnslr lipli. d ta Icri l 8d M R ' tafNt'rb;',"7 ___ neral- auager-tu the-Conmpany. - exe l I ia t r i. #i N 10. D1 1 . and METAI .l R9D NT . e,C o iLIAH TU't'ilu'l' hr.Axn sOLUNS dn , tNButO gL .plteeo lh' Eylam' ANtD anIl"tIf.lM_'H.InT WEST, ?.tqsai[t fpi lm o oigfb HiMi' J. F. D'ND?tg & Co., A cDLone II RNi t41 E Sales. t.. L QuDES(JRIe T . )Iaorne, A RH now pier ccive Chcs l }ARTR{AM a?dg'- lr. Queen streeS, . Mtter; glne. ar.lon, honey,'rs of a oultry, and .6 tw3<rii , datl (,les~ltes. £'.oTS~pD4ui&I:iAtR13° iihitii olunt~.." cdpro .. nit r.e ni'. IFNRIBAUNDER& YARRAeSTi EE11 A i, rIesIELBERQ.' LL DEExtrs?u? uifiO so laricss ade Hleaoretlltlof o...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 22 June 1883

In his articles on Queensland Archi. bald Forbes writes :-It is the mis fortune of every traveller in Australia to have forced on his notice the foul expressions, and revolting oaths with which Australians of the lower orders habitually disfigure their conversation. Americans swear "considerable tall," but there the lowest American bridles his tongue when women are within hearing, and gives practical effect to the ophorism, Nrreima ??, rentiat de betur pueris. The full-mouthed Aus tralian, it is painfully evident, has neither regard for women, nor rever once for children. It seems to me this is the loatlhsomest stain on the colonial e?cutcheon. IIn a Townsville hotel it was my misfortune to occupy a bed. room next to one in which were quartered some cricketers, who had come down from Charters Towers to play in a match on the Queen's Birth day. Their conversation reeled with oaths and obscenity. The bedrooms were separated by partitions, openabove for coolness and ventilation, so tha...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 22 June 1883

,.u, iu -l ,: un'6 l nu::: I I. i.'.t ". :i 1. COA CHII G.. LINE- 1 OF .OOACHES YARRiAIFLAT'I AND qvllMNsroWN! Laave;l0gbe IIutel; Swtetona trnlt, daily! Ilddehielb 1it; hisima, Rlunjpreou Gund,. 1'to,'lll;"W tiai'e' Creek,' Chl:iia Willsn. .LveYarr£nt'FIae"ad' Qseulaowan' AEpypiug .omachI Iaveu 4h, Glooa ,Ujotele Messrs. KERR andi'b; t'Prop rietors'of" Eljs ,.EB-WIA: N B UR N:, FG t to i b: Iheinbhabiats of Liy I3 'dal; Ynrru Flats, an l rould u didtrletr Ihat they sib nuw· prepared to'' L SUIPPLY SAWN .-TIMBER Sieu Q ldlaeaemlinand, s~diof Ihe,? r DeflveredlethTarhal:ElaIti, "'at' 1Os';ii Lilydlc,et :l>I pdr 100 leest epor''also. specially aolgctqod tIlmsbaroruWhealwright 1urjioseepat I al pcTfl o. cept3pyr*. It- : Mie 1IN Par*Ihi, aousr'Lltydraia' 'eptr'ta'driraei to' receive dnaiuraslwhfch1wii'l?;meeta whi proutwptlt~ellti0O. t.12 "ik i·r", .I;·ni-'r~r.· Ag66od lII~ply~ot t ImllcLr.,la eireys, kept cu"ll'ttd acro Srut l 'ldalnn' BU; A JIL DIN.G. D aohiery ` A. iusted, &am...

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ANOTHER FATAL MINING ACCIDENT. EAGLEHAWK, 26th June. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 29 June 1883

ANOTHEIR FATAL MINING ACOIDENT. EAOLaInAW, 26th June. A feeling of alarm was experienced in Sandhurst and Eaglehawk to-night w*hen it became known that another miniiig casuality had occurred in this ..district. This time the details are even more shocking than previously, two 'fine 'able bodied men having been smashed up so frightfully as to be al most unrecognisable. 'he accident oc curred at the Unicorn Tribute mine, California Gully. The victims, An. drew lawson and Joseph Noble, were working on stages in the' north com pertment of the shaft, completing the timnbering. They were about 30 feet below the 6010 feet plat, and above then, at the plat the shaft was closely covered ini with 2 inch timber and a couple of bars of iron. T'he engine-driver, TIhs. Cox, intending to lower the north cage, reversed the engine, and, instead of lowering, raised the eage to the poppet .heeda The rope appeared to .be inse S'urely fixed, for a alight strain caused it to come out of the "shoe" of the...

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LILYDALE SHIRE COUNCIL. Saturday, June 23rd, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 29 June 1883

LILYDALE SHIRE COUNCIJ. Saturday, June 23rd, 1883. Present :--Cra D. Mitchell (Presi dent), Massina, Baker, Supple, Rourko, Blair, and Walker. The minutes of the previous. meeting were read and confirmed. Ci ?oRtSLI'ONI)ENCL. From Public Works Department, stating that £500 had been passed for payment for damage done to main road by railway traffic. The above amount. has beep received. 1 l-aom Sanw, cslling attentios of Council to the sapingagrowiug on side of main road, near Rourke'sbridge,and the injury it is doing the road, and re questing the Council to have the isme cut clown. Resolved on the motion of Crs. Massina and Blair that.tahe equest. be carried out. From E. J. Ruller, calling attention, of Council to dangerous state of War-. burton.road, near lubbards seltection. Reported that the place alludbt to. had already been repaired. From Win. Connor, asking peemia-. sion to cut down and remove a tree on the main road. Pernissiomagrantedoni the condition that it is grabbed andi ...

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GREENSBOROUGH PLOUGHING MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 29 June 1883

GREENSBOROUGO . PLOUGHING MATCI, The Greensborough Ploughing Match was liAld on Thursday, the 21st i'st., ,and fortunately the weather was all 'that could be desired, and, consaidering 'the suiall. ainount of rain that has mi;fnllen,' the " ground turned' up much better than was expected. Twenty-five *ploughs were on the ground,. viz. : Six II ithe Chal pinn Class, eight in Class A, and cloven in Class B. The six competitors in the Champion Class did very even work, and W. Creighton was run close for first place by L. M'Farlano, who, took the prize for the best crown. In Class A the work was not as good as it should have been, owing in a great nicasure to the had piece of ground allotted to thia class. J. Sullivan took first prize in this class, but P. Dumne would have caused him trouble if his .ground had been' finished in time. In Class B, the ground being better, the work was more even than in Class A. The judges for the Champion and Class A were-Messrs. E. II. Cameron, . .L.A., ...

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TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 29 June 1883

Advertimemiens cauot 1e Lwithdraw. bifare e t/ime czipires fur triwl, lny hie weien i wdered h; here the number afathe tnuir' eisnt wuiih be inierritd until counternwIeded and charged for acitorditha.g

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A NOVEL PERFORMANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 29 June 1883

A NOVEL PERFORMANCE. ,,'heo other night. 500 laIlies?and gentlemen, forming tle " best" socioty of Vienna;anssembled in 'the' lialace of the Gerlman Ambassador, Prince Rotuse, to witness the perfrlmtoace of a comlio operetta,. which has been a topic of interest for some time among those c'iincorneld in it.. The. oporette is called "Ten Girls and No Hus band."' Both words anlid muic are by Viennese authors. A father has ton girls, who are all pretty, and whose talents lhave been carefully developed it every possible diroctin, so thlat. they ore oves prepared to turn soldiers it need be.' The parl. f thefather was playehdily IPrircel Lidhltodsiili& ito duaughters were impersonated by" the Princesses Auersperg and Kinsky, the young ;' Prin'cess Moetternich, the Barotness Rothschild, and six more young ludies of equal rank, and all pretty of course. The PrincessPtaline Metternich had utidertaken thoe part of a pert chambermaid who mimics the: drolleries of her master and mistres...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 29 June 1883

To our Readers and Subsoribers. W P beg loot reopeetfolly to inform our Itedore alld Suiserillero that we have completed our first half-year of the MIanogelumet of the EPve yn Osoerere, an without egotism we think we may call at tention to the progress ttll Iumproveaement madoe under our mnlangemeet. We give more reating matter than formerly, not we are punctual In leaisnlg the paclir on Friday morning, We are dehlroue of still prlores sing with muprovements, sad p?,'r?e, if properly supported, to make our little organ eu toany other country lsue. We shall be thankful to our euhcrihers if thoy will kindly forward their subscriptions as early as poaslhlo, and also try to nclrease our air culation by reaenmlmrll ng their friends to esubsribe, and we ou our paut will use our bent endeevoure to give atiefeltion 'and make our paper wihat t oughllt to be. IHAIItIII, SARCAIC, & CO. Evehpl Obsrrrer t)f fie, let May, 1183. South British - Insurance Company. CAPITAL, TWO.MILLIONS. I 1...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 29 June 1883

72U CORRB RI'0.DI3f'TS:. The uhto*1 freedulu rouuvtenit toub tlue public :'ilereul, uil be ulldi I tou uineupwa duaof ali'eIazuuca but noi cuuiniu,,ieeitua will under any ci,eu nLanaesa be buerledl, nnlessnauthnealntied hf hlie real nutie'nl addnaes oaf the writer, whicha will be rejnrdedu at a tricily cnnfldenthfl, and sense ti-ta 9afdrantee ofgoad faiith. le cannot be' beld responuihle for flat vpinioansexprevuad by correspondents.

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Lucy Mortimer. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 29 June 1883

"Well, then, Charles, you are really going to marry portionless Lucy Graham, br.esute you entertain that old-fashiono4 sentiment you oall love for her t" U Well, you are an odd fellow;I don't expect such qualities in women, hbt yet all will acknowledge Lily hope does credit to my taste. She s lovely, accomplished, and alovesll,will have ahandsoume fortune. hut come, Charles, you know we are engaged there this evening." Charles' Mortimer was the younger son of a good but poor fondly. Without being handsome, he was admired by all for his noble, generous qualities. lie had studied for the medical profession ; his father hwl lately purchased for him an extensive practice in a country town, and ho was only waiting now for Lucy to accompany him before entering upon his new duties. Ed ward Ross was a young barrister, handsome, clever, gay, and fascinating, but cold.hearted and selfish. Nevertheless, his good connee tions and handsome. face made him a wel come guest in every circle. The two...

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