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

To'Corriespondents, IT In requested tlt Leotters and other. r: ,Iuo??ntnlmtlons intnnded for Inse.r tlon In thu" news columns be addressed to tlhe Editor. To avoid ilconvenenceo nod delay all business oninlnicattio in'icludintg or ders for the 1paper, advertisementsr, and remittaunces should be nddressed to tihe publlsllrs, Iarris, Scarce, and. Co. Paymentso omlyi he mado by post. office order, htunk draft, or Victoriaan postage stamps.

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
SHADOWS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 29 June 1883

. .... SHADOWB:' . BY ISABELLA LAW. When the children are hushed in the nursery; 'And the swallow sleelis in the cavie, And the night wind is murmuring secrets Apart to the listening leaves ;, Theni I open the inner chamber That was clased from the dust of day, And gently undraw the curtain Where my holiest trenasunr lay. Sweet spirits that may not slumber ;. Coollshadows from lights now gone ; And the echoes of voices sounding, All sounding for me alone. And, blending among the others, One echo is softer yet ; One shadow is cooler, deeper; And my dimming eyes grow wet. For the image I gaze on longest Is the image that blessed my youth; Tiho angel that lit my journey .Wlti hier lamp of love and tr?tli. We travelled life's way togetller A little while side by side; And, when I grew faint or weary, That light was my strength and guide. And dearer it grew-how dearer I Till I watched it wane and fade: And my angel said as we parted, Be patient, be not afraid. And when I am sick and wear...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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Calendar for the Week. JULY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 29 June 1883

Calentar for the Wcek. 111.10t UY TIMl MIOWN. .t Now Siso t.........8th at 12.43a.tn. Fu irst Quarter..:.tl2th nt 5.29 p.tw1 - f tIhl Sushi;:..... 211th a 'tU I 1p~tu. 0 0 l~at QQliarter:...2715 sit 9.53 a.ttl. '.0. Apogee, Lath: q I'oslgc, 155th. I So 6th Siiudoj aftr' 'rt'inity 2 At lot Talegrots ovorl. front hitg. 1872 3'To (2) Pres. GOrfield sbot twice 1881 4 W American Indtependettaccdl. 1776 5T ) 1i . Wtlliatnas p.Sup. Ct. jdg. 1881 6 F Samuel Lover, novelist, dled! 1068 SA Gold discovered ntClutts : 1851 Pw t t d l w h.Lonr e W la T ttt .-t T hu n io utb o p e n s I with wot. atd 'old Weather.·

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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CONCERT AT SMITH'S GULLY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 29 June 1883

00COOERT AT SMIIT'S, (GULLY. '; (FROM t. conoisroFOnist.) , "The postpoliod concort, hi aid of the chuiroh, took place at Smith's Gully, oa Friday, 32nd',iist. Unifortutiately, a wet'eveeiig hid"d et iii "conseilenltly, the attendance was small. The pro gramma, however, was a lengthy one; it is almost needless to say that it was croilitably and satisfactorily carried out by theovarious performers. Tlhf ohair, was occ?spied b: Mrs Cant, who in open. ing thh proceebings,'regrettod tlat the .weather had. boeen so unfavorablA ils h'dped' tlitý'though' ýthe I"umiliar pre. sent wissnmahll; theoy iould ifind themdii solsel.;well.ontertained, ...The principal performers were:-Mr. Cant, Misses Qout&& and':Caudwell and Mr. Liusmpe' Some. of .the. State.. school children radiidd ed'ithii ilt itabloi reciaiioiinntl h completion of the programme, a yote of hfisokswris pjaid to'Mr. and Mrs. Ilirt for the trouble they hd gno to in boaitifying. the room. with ferns anid flowers. Vot...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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Commercial. VICTORIA MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 29 June 1883

Commercial. -0~-- VIC1TORIA MARKET. June 27. Vrgetable : .. Artichokes, ground, l to lId per lb Ileals, tid to 3d per lb S lL-t, Ud to ~id per do zei ; C ts, (id to ld per dozeu bunches ' ulilluweri, as to 41 per dozen S OGrlic, 3d to 4d per lb S Lettuces, bd to is per dozen la , Muoourii, 'id to 3:1 per lb SIlcts. 20O to 23a per 100 Ih Potitore, 4s to 4s 6d per cwt. ' i"it nl'tlnlkuiie, t5 perdoz ii ='T?T tooe, 12 td 3i per case ' . Fruit, .: -; ;: " ? " '- 'T?: 1. "'-Appl'es, deoert, 7- to '8 61i per bushel S..A . ld, eoklu, 4s to 8s do. - , - Itmuot, la Cd to 2N per dozr.ee,o"l Omigls. 5i to 7s per use... m - a-. r, 2dto 4ld per lb- .. .-* S )alry ]lhtlucu: r n a o ? . et d , ?, 7 d t o io d e i b - . . . to et1 to Ir 8 p1tier .lltters, 1ld to i1 8d per lb, " eChcse, sd to'l pjer l r . • .*:i-:"' . H!onev, id to'7d perl h * * - " '' , .' 1, ,,l':$.,y,·ls8Bd to It Itl;perdocu '' ,: ,1.lare Silto ltld per. ..1rlb . :'.; I, ., lets, to 43 per pair , ' N& ' Peo. 2s to 2" t6i ...

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

COACHING. ROYAL MAIL E a 6.F COACHES I. A RA FIATR AND QUEENITO I f *J urk ... .. COACI S. , } T,nave G ilo.otel, Bwatonstreet. 4ally do 30 i.', bj way of" Alphtbgloe, Ivathoe, F ield: berg, Eltham, Kangaroo Groround, j, ),ten hill, . Watson's Creek, Christmas t,,. ilt; Leave Yarra Flats and Q?eenotown at 7 n.m. S1 Rpjing' oosh leavea the Globe Hotel 1?,,idly at ' m. r. M,, essrs. KERR and Co. Proprietors of the .'E W A. N BU R N I1EG to infornm the tlhalblitat of Lily dale, ;Yarra Flats, and surrounding diatricts, that they are now prepared to UPPLY SAWN .TIMBER O a n dii eslon an ofth I • Il·~ln i BE:8.? ':Q UIAiBL T T Y : . -), Dellverr . at, itYarlrarls1t at . O0,:; aid ' ?.ilj dni} d le at i e .t I r too F eet su per. ! al ko, ipe, alslyl l?'leete ,timb?r for Wheelwright " ': urposes,at' ll d per looFeotfsiper. ' Mr II. Perrln,, our Lilydale agent, is open ,?to. r celvo orders,,which will. meet with Agrootnt attendil. 'A'ood uly of timber is lwaysl kept S;rithe yards adl jonhi ...

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

Impoundings. W ARRANDYTE-Impounded at War= . randyte, by the Herdsman of the W: G.:"F. l:.moun. 1 Black mare, star, white on near fore and hind feet, short fall, like (R near shoulder. There may be other brands. If not claimed and expenses paid to be sold July 15th, 1883. A. J. IUTCHINSON, 4s Poundkeeper. Medical Notice. DRL HENRY JAMES lI.R.C.S.,E.; LR.OP.; LM., &e. WILL VISIT OItEENSBOROUGII,t 10 a.m. to 12 noon, AND I)O1ii6ND CItEIEK, at I p.m. to 3 p.m. ON ";:'''Tuesday, 8rd July, 1888. Finanidal. Land, and General Ousinrea Agedl. -o Loaus and bloraenges Kifected without delay. WILLIAM WATKINS, Gert,,udc.Street, Fitzroy. D) LOVELOCK AND CO., S TOCK and STATIOlN AGENTS GENEIlAI. AIICTIONEIfIIS. Offlce-27 Bourke Street West .ALES abIl ot f the Corporatlon Yards, 7 tl of lhlteClth lStreet, nas follows - Wod eolay-D)airy Cows and Cattle of all tiU HTII, I J ,,.. &r.,. til. Iale of Iur,?es o alt l desLrlptlos on each day. Country sales onuducted. Government Notices. E...

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MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT D. Lovelock and Co. report, 19th June :— [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 29 June 1883

M1ELBOURNE STOCK REPORT DU. Lovelock saud Co. report, 19th Juie . -ef llotry Stock--The market last week was farly supplied, hut still a scarcity of frst. class cows. We sold up to L11. Sprilgers to £6 Is; young heifers to t6s ; medium f"'ittto £5 7 o-d I dry cows, from 30s up wurd.. SI'-iNo alterations in prices sines last quotations. Calves.--Good vrears are scarce, those forw"aed bleing only medium sorts. Stratford Strettle and Co.'s report: Melbourne, 27th June, 1883. Fat Cattle.-1,737 were yarded for week's sippily, consisting of drafts foom Upper blirray, Western Dsstrict,and North-Eastern Di?rimt. l There was a good attendance of ,;ers, lthe quality being milddling, with a few 'pens of prime. The biddings were brlsk, and a slight improvement in prices noticeable. Quolatlons :-Prime pens bul locks, L12 los toLl4 gooddo, LIO to Ll I secon d do, .L8 10s to 1,9 ; medium do, L6 Ins to L7 10s ; prime pens cows, La 10s to 1',0 t good do, L7 to L8 ; second do, L5 10s L.o10';.m dlium ...

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ANDERSON'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 29 June 1883

ANDERSON'S CREEK. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) ?.The total atnoiit; ?ssedwkpenses, ob tained froni tioh cicce'.t,`iii aidff thl Melbournoe 11lsisfitl, ainmounts to £5 17sGdn ..,, The Crown Compiiny Dyke obtained 18os. 3dwts,..frpmm 300atons: deorito.. They intend to crush again next Thurls. day.. X AO '3 " Froinu ' triil :crushing "frotnGantr nor's, obtained by Mr. A Iliartrick, of 15 wt., offstone ;loz. :8dwt. was ob. A crushing of 6 tons from the Fourth Hill is, as I wrote, going through the mnill at Mr. Edwards. After the 11th July, wheii thlffree hold prporty is advertisedt for salo, it is v'ery probable that a markid improve mont will be experienced on the Creek, aul should the Pig Tail start again, it :certainly will give some employment.

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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ELTHAM POLICE COURT. Tuesday, June 26th. (Before Mr. Hare, P.M., and Messrs. John Bell and Wingrove, J.P.'s) [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 29 June 1883

... ELTHAM POLICE COURT. ." Turesdny, Juno 20th.' (Before Mr. Hare, P.M., and Messrs. 'John Bell and Wingrove, J.P.'s) '! L. Bourke, P'. Carucean, and O. Ryan were proceeded against for not sending their children to cheool the required nunmber of days last quarter, and were fined 2s Od and 2s Od costs each. O. Bowman, for same offience, was fined is. E. Holloway, for cutting timber on Crown lands near Anderson's Creek without a license, was fined S. [Mr. Wingrove at this stage left the Beneh.] John Williams, James Williams, and Joseph Prior were charged with havingon the night of the 5th inst., pulled down fences and ob- structing the public road with same, near Eltham. William Hardly (sworn) deposed that on the night of the 5th inst., at about 9 o'clock, his daughter drew his attention to persons breaking a fence, and on going to the spot found some slip-rails broken down. One rail, which was only loosened at one end, was twisted round and placed across the road, forming a very dan...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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MR. BROMBY SUED BY A CABMAN. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 29 June 1883

MB. BROMBY SUED BY A CABMAN. Mr. 0. H. Bromnly, who lately ar Srived in Victoria from Tusmania for the purpoue of lecturing on Irish affairs, was proceeded against in the District Court,on Tutsday morning, by a cabman named William Shunnon, residing at Itichnond, for a claim of 2g., which the latter stated was due to him for driving MIr. Bromuy from the Melbourne Club to the llothinm Town Hall, on the 16th inst. Mr. Ml'Kean appeared for tlhe complainant; thedefendant being unre. piesented, either personally or by coun. sel. It was stated by the complainant's Sattorney that the defendant engaged Sthe plaintiff, on the date named, to drive him over the distance above named. :The defendant offered Is. in payment of fare, but the plaintiff made a demand for 2s, and owing to a difficulty about obtaining change for half-a-crown, the . defendant told the plaintiff to call at the club the next day. The plaintiff Scalled attheclul,, when he was informed Sby anofficial that Mr. Bromby had lef...

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

Grain- & Produce Com ' ', 0 pany. ii v i. I. ,, - (Late) '',\ a MGIRGOgt,.-GORDON & Co., 82 BOBtURtiE s'rli?:T WEST, ]*5AJ IVE oegistnlnelae er a Grain and +Tfiltbceon1J5)t0. ,,t "1 ,tVXtla =nil 1anee 'rIte Grain Saloi i ."held h 'UEl'TUFi1AY -at the Melbourne Corn Exthange;-i - . S I'ho?llhliryD,lolesa are hhl at the Cont _ pny1's'ioott82 Bourk;.stret 8.est. AYel t bndr eat`rtll u.,n.TK? I W ? D'?SDY D A'and Cornnehb anil ButteTCtskttt biipplied. to ini" ,{ IIATiRY'C,'K.LDttlrONt ......__-GoCeral ?ftanager to the Coupamnay. II{LEANji RQS&RIGG Smporltors n ind METALT MERCH &NTS, fi i,,-;;r6 '5?r:i'4/llR'Tl TIR ,,i,..DOr.L Ns 'Li?r?oP., IOIii'iIl?,'irfh "caI GotS'i t, Anv Oo () IIKt-'Ir S'CTIE'Dr WEST, ' .Iq4 tGi. tt n 1,,ti.....f -.ellbouirne. IEarTasLIIUnUI 1860. I --o-- f duesiiors.-&\~Prodflcs Sale! --- = 1 r_ ", ? I l+, 5Q en-stre Melbourne,?:; tRE noawpepare to receive Chesti; oultre atiLt lu.eo eo every descriptlion AQn. " ,?~nes n 'oC'4...

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CONCERT AT CHRISTMAS HILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 29 June 1883

SCONCERT AT CHRISTMAS HILLS. -(Fnva.on eCesrEeosNDT.) SOn Friday evening,. 15th Jimo, an anmatluor theatrical lprfornnance was given in the Mechanics' Institute, Christmas Hills, alhin tliod' fllqwiig programme dpsg oi thlough '-Piaitioforte sld. Fart; of Icilo?parte "lnrai s i,'e,? driaes ters-Mr, and M~rs. Spriggitis'; lodgiing house keepers inl London; Mr. and Mrs. -Major .egulus Ratten, travellers on a welddtlig tour ;'Aingelian, laurghter'of Mr. and:Mrs:.Spriggins,. in r loveowith Monsieur Victor, hlaving met him in France ; AnnasarLi, lmaid-of-all-work; Monsieur Victor,: French gentlemsn,'in quest of Angelina. Ten minutes inter val. I'inioforte solo ; duet, " Two Cousins," tableau, "Auld Robin Gray;" song,," A Visioh ;" song," Sonme Day " tableaux; " II Tmavstoro;" 'tableaux, 'SheI wore a wreath of roses ;" trio, " To the woods ;" pianoforte solo ; song, " A Free-Lance' anl I." Ten ininut?s interval. Farce, " The bsoots at the Swan." Characters: Mr. Henry Hig-. gills, a gentle...

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QUEENSTOWN POLICE COURT. Wednesday, June 27th, 1883. (Before Francis Hare, Esq., P.M., and Messrs Chas, Draper, Thos, Armstrong and E. N. Staff, J.P.'s.) [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 29 June 1883

QUEENSTOWN POLICE COURT. Wednesday, June 27th, 1883. (Before Franeis Hlare, Esq., P.M., and Messrs Chas. Draper, Thee. Armstrong, and E. N. Staff, J.P. i.) The following persons were proceeded against by Senior-Constable Lyons for un lawfully neglecting to cause their children to attend school for thirty days during the quarter ending 31st March, 1883 :-Thos. K. Hargraves, three children, fined Is 6d and 2s .d cost or 48 hours' imprisonment in one case, and 2s 6d, or 24 hours', in each of the other cases. James Charlton, one child, Sued 2s 6d and 2s 6d costs, or 48 hours'. Hamilton Slosa, one child, fined 2s 6d and 2s Gd costs or 48 hours'. Benjamin Smith, for Charles Perry, of whom le is guardian, postponed until the 22nd August for the pur pose of getting a certifcate of the birth of the child. Sing Satu Ahi, one chlld, fined 2s Gd and 2s Gd costs, or 48 hours'. Senior-Constable Lyons v. George lead iug.-Being in the unauthorised occupation of Crown lands on the 12th May, 1883, at...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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The Evelya Observer. Published Every Friday. FRIDAY, JUNE 29, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 29 June 1883

Publishedl' E rey .Frdl. FRLIDAY, JUNE 20,: 1883. On Saturday night last LilydIle was yisitedlby a perfect huric`ine, uprooting oseveral largo treest and ºd6iig consider-. able dnainge ti;the new Presbterian Church in course of orection, by blhowing downl several yards of Lthe wegtern gable, whichlfoll inside thi bnuilding, damaging, the floor. Beosides the loss of material it will take fully a fortnight to re-erect the portion blown d?a n. F * .1Ilders of re~idence areas, 'under yearly miners' rights under the Act 1881 hinay'not. all.ie aware that it is imperative, they should be registered at the nearest Mining Surveyor's Oice. We thdught it. desirable to call special attention to this fcet because a return has been asked for in the house of a list of such holdings This is import ant; especially in gold-fields, as the neglect of such regulation rendeas their holdings liable to forfeiture, besides other risks they run. Without regis tration their title is nil, and now cog nizance h...

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BULLEEN SHIRE COUNCIL ORDINARY MONTHLY MEETING. Monday, 25th June, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 29 June 1883

BULLEEN SHIRE COUNCIL. ORDINARY MONTHLY MEETING. Monday, 25th June, 1883.   Present :—Crs. Laidlaw (Presi-     dent), Firth, Hutchinson, Smedley, Dowd, and Petty.     The Secretary showed his plan of the deviation road; both the Council and the ratepayers present gave him great   credit for the neat, correct, and artistic manner in which it had been done. The Secretary read the minutes of   the previous meeting which were con- firmed, he also stated that the whole of the shire had been gazetted under No. 1 Police Offences Act, and produced the Gazette. CORRESPONDENCE.         From the Templestowe Mechanics' Institute, making application for £5 5s donation, as promised and passed. Adjourned until next meeting.   From P. Slhrail, " stating that. the drain adjoining his and Dewan's pri vate property at the eastern boundary of the Sh...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 6 July 1883

£3000 s .o £.3000 A Colossal Fortune for Hal 6-Crown. THE " GREAT VICTORY" SWEEP On the MELBOURNE CUP, 1883, To be Ran on the 6th November. T HISGigantle Sweep, offering advantage T to the public never before attempted, is the property of a bons fide Company, with responsible directors. CAPITAL: £10,000, divided into 80,000 Shares of 2s. 6d. each. Also, over 1000 Prizes guaranteed, and dis. tributed as follows: Ist horse ... £3000 40 prizes at £25 £1000 2nd horse... 1000 100oo do to 1000 3rd horse... 500 200 do 5 1000 Starteredivide 500 750 do I 750 Non*Starter do 250 20prizesatl50l Io Total £10,000 We shall send 0 tickets for a pound. Not less than 2 sent to any single address. Send P'. O. order, cheques, or bank notes. It stumllps are sent, odd exchange at the rate of Is in the pouln. Slhould col he sent, register letter. Please send 3d extra for membership. The drawing will take place on the lIt November, and will he conducted by a com mittee of 150 shareholders drawn from the en...

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MR. CUTTER'S EXPERIMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 6 July 1883

MR. CUTTER'S EXPERIMENT. A cat residing in the family of Mr. B. II. Cutter, the distinguished zoologist of Ded. hau, MIas., became the happy mother of six healthy kittens early last September. About the same time Mr. Cutter came into possession-presumably by kidnapping-of two infant red squirrels. With true scienti. fic malevolence, the zoologist drowned two of his cat's helpless kittens, and substituted for them the two young squirrels, and then proceeded to chronicle In his note book the result of this wicked meddling with his cat's domestic relations. At first the cat ap peared to take no notice of the trick which had been plao ed upon her. She treated the squirrels precisely like the rest of her family and although she took pains to prevent them being imposed upon by the larger and more greedy kittens, it evidently did not occur to her that they were not her own legitimate offsprings. The first evidence that Mr. Cut ter perceived of any mental distress on the part of the cat was...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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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. THE SERVANT GIRL QUESTION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EVELYN OBSERVER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 6 July 1883

Correspondenoe. Without endorsing the opinions of our cor espondeasU, we shall be glad to insert communiations bearing upon topics of publie lnterest,which may be oItelligeutly expressed ad free from penalltes, on condition of receiving te writer's real name, not necessarily or publioation, but a M guarantee of good ilth. ------ THE SERVANT GIRL QUESTION. TO THE uDIToa OF THBU VILTN OnasRBVn. SBli-Having resided in the Eltham Shire some yea ago, it is but reasonable to sup pose that I hare a strong attachment for the very hills of that district, and although hav S'Ing left it for a considerable time I still take great nterest in all things thereunto apper Stalinng, and I would beg you to believe that i. It is with no small amount of avidity I scan the columns of the Bteds Obereer when Sever I have the opportunity of doing so. Whilst in your district I ocasionally com municated with the late editor, who invari. a"ly most courteously inserted inthe journal al that I sent to him for pu...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 6 July 1883

Miracles are ralher worked by patient persistlency than by precipitate operation. The streams that are drawn from the fit. lured rocks flow only after continuous drit. Ilng. The prophets, with their magie wands, lirae only in sacred history. To tcst the true virtue of a thing we must subject It to a fair trial. Medicines that cure, in mingle doses, are nnstrums., The relief afforded in the allments which it is calculated to treat comes of using perseverinrgly Wolfe's Lehnapps. Holloway's Pills and Ointment.-Diseases of Women.-Medical science in all ages has been directed to alleviate the many maladles incident to females, hbut Professor Holloway, by diligent study and attentive observatoln, was induced to believe that nature had pro vided a remedy for those special disoases. lie has, after wast research, succeeded in crompounding his celebrated Pills and (Oint. ment, which embody the principle naturally desllned for the relief alld cure of disordernl pemuliar to women of all ages al...

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