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

'r o Correspondents.. TIr In rdqaRneled that refterq ard othaer .1 iiiiiiuIliiui nlune hugiil dorr uIer. IlanI the news eIurnnee be addresned its the Helltor. Iteelnen.. eeiiiiiiiealise not ell ay~ nil Je t hor the ane r, edverrl mrenate ant rbeallnen tes nhitti he addrenrcd t oItt t lh t ahern, Iburrls, heare, and It) ,, l'u e 111117n he niie tj b .eL f llceorder, minnk drift, or VIutorhce jicatage acoup.

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ELTHAM SHIRE COUNCIL. ORDINARY MONTHLY MEETING. MONDAY, JULY 2, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 6 July 1883

ELCTIIAM SHIRE COUNCIL. ORDINARY MONThLY MEETING. MoantA, JULY 2, 1883. This council mot on Monday last at the Council-chasmber, Kangaroo Ground. Present :-The President(COr. M'Adam) 1 and Ors. Woolcott, Beale, Armstrong, Wallis, Robertson, Lowman, and Bell. The mlinutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. S CORRESPONDENCE. From Robert Charlton (in reply), stating that through pressuro of work he had been unable to attend to the matter of shifting a fence off Black Lane, near Scarco's, Kangaroo Ground, but would do so at once, and in event of the Council itarting work he would in no way hinder them. SFrom Newham Shire Council, con derning immigration in connexion with a proposed Australian exhibition in Lonldon, and requesting appointment of a delegate to a deputation on the subject. COr. \\oolcott remarked on the de sirability of immigration to this bolony, stating that at the present time it was a matter of the greatest difficulty to get aorers to dodo work at easonab...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Calendar for the Week. JULY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 6 July 1883

g eandar for the Weeh. JULY. rulsaKa OV TIIK MOON. Now Moon......... 5that 12.431a.m. o First Quarter..... 12th at 5.9 p.m. ui l Moon.........20th at 1.11 p.m. I a List Qnlrlor .....27th at 953 a.m. ,A a Apogee, 13th. S Perigee, 95th. 8 So 7th Sunday after Trinity 9 M O)'voghlen Ministry aworl in 1881 10 Tu Melbourne Ulnversity founded 1851 11 W V Alexandra bomb. British leet 1882 12 Ti Crime ev~aeated 1850 13 F George Stephenson d1al 18-18 14 SA War declared, rantce & Prussla 1287o PIOsrAILv WOATliat. - Still wet and slormy.

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 — 6 July 1883

Mining News. IIACUIIANTI, Pnvoin-hill, :IOth June, -North drive in 71 foot, splien put in on reef sllhowing richor gold than any yet nenl in mino. South drive in 721 foit; roof in fiacn mlller, (I inohos thick, lnattery nearly completed, Will start crushing 9th July,

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
The Evelyn Observer. Published Every Friday. FRIDAY, JULY 6, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 6 July 1883

PPublisked Ecery Friday. FRIDAY, JULY 6, 188:1. TuE second session of the twelfth Par liament of Victoria was opened by the Govenreon on Tuesday last, and was wit nessed by a large assemblage. After the usual ceremony had been gone through the business of the session be gan by proposing that a respectful reply be sent to the GovEn.RNo for the address delivered by that gentleman. Generally when any weak point is discovered in the Governor's speech, and the Opposit ion to the Government feel themselves sufficiently strong to make a successful attack, an amendment is moved on the reply, but on this occasion the Leader of the Opposition contented himself with pointing out omissions rather thln conm mission, and .those who followed him took the same line of argument with an assurance that they would not offer any unnecessary opposition' to the Govern ment. Although the whole evening was occupied in discussing the address in reply it was of the very mildest descrip tion, and the Assembly ...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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FARM CALENDAR FOR JULY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 6 July 1883

FARM CALENDAR FOR JULY. (FRoM M'iVOR'S FARMIRI' AN~trAL.)l There is a difference of opinion, among Australian farmers with respect: to the time for rolling. Some state, that their beet results are obtainedl from crops rolled immediately .alter sowing, while others prefer to let the. young grain get well up above the. ground before the operation takes plac,. The conclusion arrived at seems. to be that the former is best adiapted fir the crops in the dry districts u: the north, and that the latter is preifrable for the moister localities of the south. The practice of some successful wheat growers in the northern districts is to follow the seed harrows with the rol ler, then give another turn of the har rows, finishing up with a second rol ling. Feeding down the young grain with sheep is also an excellent prac tice tnder certain conditions, and re quirts to be done in combination with rolling. The cereal crops, and especially wheat, are apt to be become what is known as winter ground. ...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
LILYDALE POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, 29TH JUNE, 1883. (Before F. Hare, Esq., P.M., and Messrs. J. Lithgow, J. Rourke, T. Armstrong, R. De Castella, J. B. Elmes, E. J. Buller, and E. Hunter, J.P.'s.)` [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 6 July 1883

LILYDALE POLICE COURT. SFRIDA, 29rn JUv?, 1883. (Before F, Harc, Esq., P.M., and Messrs. J. Lithgow, J. Rourko, T. Armstrongr, R.~ o Castella, J. B. Elines, E. J. Buller, and E. Hunter, J.P.'s.) Police v. Thomas Younger, a free' holder at Yering. The prisoner was charged with cattle stealing. The po lice having discovered the carcase of a newly-killed beast in his possession, of which he did not give a satisfactory account. Mr. M'Kean defended the prisoner. Tlhe skin of the beast was discovered in a sack hurried in a hay ta"d: "tle pllsoner's promisoe ..jth -theibrand "cut ut, "and? which the ao cased admitted he had burnt together with the ears,• which were marked. After retiring for a few minutes the Chairman stated that the bench found the prisoner guilty, and sentenced him to six months' imprisonment with hard labor. * Notice of appeal was lodged by Mr. M'Kean. The Bench highly complimented Senior-Constable O'Shannassy for the manner in which he had brought the case forward,and ...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
DEATH OF "UNCLE TOM." [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 6 July 1883

DEATH 'OF "UNCLE TOM," The Eveninq Stasduardof 24th May announces :--"The Rev. Josiah Henson, the original of ' Uncle Tom' of Mrs. Beecher Stowe's story, is dead. The rugged, kindly, humoyous negro was a man of good parts, although he was in debted for his education, ai he used to say himself, to the University of Ad versity. He was born of slave parents in Maryland in 1789, so that he at tained the ripe age of 93 before he was summoned to another world. In his time the deceased was sold over and over again, was flogged, and had to suffer all the horrors of the fugitive's wanderings by night in the woods of Indians. In 1830 Henson reached the Canadian shore, and he felt that he was a free man. His first impulse was to throw himself on the ground, roll in the sand, and behave generally like a lunatic. In our territory he acquired property, became a Methodist preacher and devoted himself to the liberation of those he had left behind in captivity. He afterwards went into the lumber tra...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Commercial. VICTORIA MARKET. June 14. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 6 July 1883

Commercial. ----0-- VICTOIIA MAtRKET. June 14. . Vegetables : Artichokes;ground, 1d to ld per lb Beet, 6d to 9d per dozen Carrots, 6d to ed per dozen bunches S'auliflowers, Is to 25 6d per dozen' Garlic, d to Id per lb Lettuces, 6d to ld per dozen Mushrooms,- ?td to 3d per lb 'eas, 20s to 25, per 100 lb l'otatoes, 4s to 4a 6, per owt. I'umpkins, 5s per doz Fruit : Apples, dessert, 56 to 8s 6i per bushel A . pples, cooking, 4s to 0s do. Lemons, Is Ikl to 2s per dozen, Oranges, to to 6s 6,1 per case.. Pears :kl to it per lb Dairy Produce: Bacon, 7d to 10d per lb Itutter, Is 6?i to Is ,lud per Ib Che'ie, 8d to is per lb Soney, 6d to 7d per tb Eggo, Is Gd to Is 1hki per dozen Ilam, &1 to I ld per lb. ]lens, s to 4s per pair Pigeons, in to 2s lel per ipair Pork, 4d to 7d per lb Turkeys, 7s to 15s per pair Rltbbits, dd to 9d per pair

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

MELBOURNE STOOK REPORT D. Lovelock and Co. report, July 8 : D.L lc3The market last week was but lighItly sup lototllu3urnurulnlouai, weokwob~ uotnrit tL' -- tlo?u,'but fw lcomang ftorwnnl Wosold up to £11 IOs. Springers to 47; dry cows, from 40s upwlrds, and clearend every head at satisfactory prices. Pftg.-A small market, an improvement in prices was observable, more especially in well fed porkers. Calves.-Command good prcce, very tow forwant.

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 — 6 July 1883

Graian:BcdP ittce Com-r yno m' `an . aI b"M'RFOI1tr GOIDON & .Co.,"' s+.,tJ,16i ft' r T r lf, r ?.nounos ., . , usfb t OlI , nhft.tliii n thivl?n o',Gradn" IL Italry Pr",i,,lt"d ud "'it ilksk a, h ' i'rs aid £ o" ? . 8i. l . ,o , t , p t fl/ Fs:, ,llitl be ~lErIZAI ,rnlISitlrlN't'l'in CLI l.INS LAC ?,,.. C. 1 ;1iDTON, S,. T ,.Ji nPRtale vn, toat Tr o l , IT-'r Irn M i E A' nQti too. or rIb ue .nilit leen Ine.?.,,,p _.ht' .i V : Ii t . nK,, i t r. _" f l l, O oi , I I. .5 Queen-street, Melboulrne,nt ' ou*otry, and Produce of overy doscrlpt /62tt .Advaaeeitrs(dtnot ColntlgaItCO?, h.i PronpL at Sales. "tnR'ANK SANDERS YARRA?STREE' lIEIDErALB ER ALL DA EI8ICi h'TiSrnees msae Irepatra neatly u eoIutodt I )lI' args sCrzdtbi omoderate -- 186 ,":",1Butter and+ -h-'eesl.4 .aitBARTRA:n antd SON',a een airee, * DAInIY I'iIOI)UCl at hlghesttu' rkqt at es. n-i • -?xrut ,? torla ', aiata,? di r Sa,;'F Review." "Aesrs l)otrpriti?iid Son,hestldes being the -olargett nioitter s i olthat?ir i...

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The Room of Rendon. When two brothers love the same mayde's fact, Then comes the doome of Rendon's race. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 6 July 1883

WGhe aomefale dmn, --- When two brothers love thesamemayde's face, Then comes the doome of ltendse's race. The 'above couplet was cut in rude old characters over the mantelpiece of the dining hall of Rendon Grange, and greatly excited my curiosity while staying there on a shoot ing visit. I asked our host one night in the smoking room what was the origin or mean ing of the couplet, and Mr. Ilendon demurred at telling me,on thople that family historices might only bore his guests. A unanimous shout from every one, however, proved the contrary, so we settled ourselves to the de liberate enjoyment of our cigars, while the master of the house began : " It is necessary to remind you, my friends, that my grandfather was only a far-oftf col. lateral relation, when, by lack of direct heirs, hlie came into possession of the property, and tihe cause which put him into that posascion was asfollows: "The couplet you see cut there is some centuries old and when or by whom in scribed it is imposs...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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ASSAULT ON THE REV. J. J. HALLEY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 6 July 1883

ASSAULT ON THE REV. J. J. HALLEY. Two young men, named respeotively Win. Davenport and Charles Major, were charged at the City Court on Tuesday last with unlawfully assault ing the Rov. J. J. Halloy, of the Con grogatiosial denomination. Mr. Gaun sJn appeared to defend the accused. Sub.inspector Acton conducted the pro secution. The prosecutor(Mr. Halley) stated that he was proceeding along Col lins-street west on Monday afternoon at a little after five o'clock. As he ap proaphed Spoencerstreet he met three young men coming along in the oppo site direction. One of them, as he passed, knocked his umbrellaout of his hand. lie took no notice of this, but as he walked on they turned and fol lowed him. One of them igain knocked his umbrolla from his hand. Ilis hat was also knocked ofl on to the ground. After some words the prosecutor told the young men that he would give them in charge, which he did a little further on. One of the three escaped while the others were being secured. Major ...

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

'CO 0ACHING. "".!: :.iii ,l ,:"''C.O.A t'Hi N G . " .inl.i ' ROYAL MAIL , ,L: 'INE.OF GOAiCHES - i v Iti''.ti' obb lHotil,.Swsnntoanitreit,'daily S:i?l b 0'if.,'by way of Alphingltoh Ivanlloe, -.ti delberi:,i Eltrhami' 'KingaroeO' Gr?ind, 1-r tou -Hill, IWaslPtn's Creek, Christmauns Eills. earve Yarra Flats and Queunstown S.. pitngsreoaeh leaves the' :Globe liotel, daily'at 3.pm. . .-; Messrs:.'KIFRRl anad.GC'o Proprietors of the EW ;AN BuR; - EG:,to inform .the lnhabltauts.of Lily .l ." dale, Yarra Flats,and sturrotunldag dliritein, that the ale nuow.reirepel, to SSUIP.PLY SAW'N"'T1 IMBEI R ",i'' Or tIy7 dlitienbeooa'?' ntbd the?e i it it ; i: "' i i. ! ni i -oI ',: ill',ii .ii 1i S,;,vi::qBiE BT QUALLT,Y"',,, IY iow r le. d at alrra Flat.. , t a"t i 'anit; "eli' p i1O''loiorotFopor -m alan, ,i sii6ecill s'sltli'dltliiber 'for Wleniwrhtee tlt i . h 1'urlideeint its ad per 10 BFeetupur t , ,.i ~F',crllin,, pr Lilydalo a ieno., I o - to 'receu ,lrdrs~i, w -illtil nt' Willt Sni.A' goo...

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 — 6 July 1883

VICTORIA AGRICULTURAL SOIEtTY A PLOUGHING MATCH TITILL be held on Mr. II. ANDREW': r- FARM, WuODSTOCK, on TUES DAY, JULY o10th, 1883. Wanted, A RESPKCTA1LE GENERAL SERI VANT. Apply to AIRS. PRINCE, Panton 11ill. " Medical Notice. DR. HENRY JAMES, M.R.O.S.,E.; LR.C.P.; L.M., &c. WILL VISIT ELTIIAM AND KANGAROO GROUNC ox0 Tuesday, 10th July, 1888. IN THE SUPREME COURT OF TlHE COLONY OF VICTORIA. Fi. Fa. No. 1691. N OTICE is hereby given, that under ani .by virtue of certain process issued ou of the Supreme Court of the Colony o Victoria, and directed to the Sheriff of the Central BaIliwick, requiring him to levy certain moneys of the real and persona estate of The WYarrandyte Freehold Geol Mlininr Company, No Liability, the soIb S3herlff will on the Ilth day of July, 1893 at the hour of lI o'clock noon, cause to be sold at Grant's Hotel, Warrandyte (Onless the said process shall have been previously satisfied or the said Sheriff be otherwise stayed) ALL theo Right Title and In...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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 form personalities, on condition of receiving the writer's real name, not necesarily for publication, but as a guarantee fo good faith. RAILWARY EXTENSION. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EVELYN OBSERVER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 13 July 1883

Correspondence. Without endorsing the opinions of our cor 'respondents, we shall be glad to insert commounicatlons bearing upon topics of public interest,which may boe iniellllgetly expressed and free from pcrsonalitles, on condition of receiving the writer's real name, not necessarily for publication, but s a aganote .of ood altb. TO TIHE EDITOR O THE EVELYN OIBSRLYVR. Sir,-Your able and tinmely lender in tilns 'elbk''sissue I lriavo just rerul witili'iniho picnasuroe and I am certain your remarks, ospecilally tilosa referrlig to railway exfRa? slon to tile districts. named by you, vib., Elthntii, Diamonid 'Creck, Kangaroo Ground, Arthur's Creek, Quecmntown, e., will flud ready resronse ln the miuds of tho d(vcllers inn those fertile and picturesquo localities. NowaSi,:writing Isgood,-talking in good, always providing it is of the right sort, and Ijmited in quantitt , but ale ln ia bet of all. With the view then of urging on thoe powors that be, our claim to a rallway, I would sug ...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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COLLAPSE OF A BRIDGE. ADELAIDE, 10th July. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 13 July 1883

COLLAPSE OF A BRIDGE. 1.,,* , : ·:iADELAIDE, 10thIJuly., A sensational accident occurred at the Light-bridge, near Kapunda, yes terday. The biidgeo,which. has long been unsound,col apsed while a fruitereo iuanied Pbllall' with a vaci and two hoises, was'attenipting to cross. Tlhe bridge, with Pollard and the horses, was precipitated into the torrent, and Pollard would inevitably have been drowned had not a man named Ander son heroically plunged into the water, and, after extreme difficulty, succeeded in effecting his resoue. The attention of the Humano Society will probably be drawn to Anderson's conduct. 'Age. The South Australian Regqitrar writes :-" What does the annexation of an island by any of the Austmrlian colonios meant I It means simply that so mtuch the greater area of land will be opened up by the pioneers of civili. nation, and prepared for the future occu pation of the Anglo-Saxon race. It means that the farmer, the planter, the grazier, and the miner will to some slig...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 13 July 1883

,Miracles are rather worked by patient perilstency than by precipitate operation. Thiestreams that are drawn from the ILt. sared rocks flow only after ontinuous drIl. ling.' The'prophets, with their. neaagio wands, I!veooly in sacred history. To tet tihe true virtue of a thing we must subject it to a fair trial. Medicines that cure, in single doses, are nostrums. The relief afforded in the ailtents which it in calculated to treat comes of using perseveringly Wolfe's Schnapps" There is no linmitation to good. It pene trates all spheres, and pervades all domntin onas. Its power and its principles are simply dillfusive. It is permetive and in. vasive, with peace for Its mission and healnlug osn its wings. Not only is Schlnapps a staple article of trade in tile United States, but i has a large sale, and enjoys a high reputa tion ln South Americs, Mexico, China, Cuba, and other countries. Like the principle of goel, it has some embodiment everywhere. iolloway's Pills aon Oltmoent.-Diseas...

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WANTED A ROAD BOARD. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 13 July 1883

WANTED A ROAD.BOAHRD. TO TiL EDITOSR OF TILE EVEL°Y OISEVIIVER. Sir,-- wish yois would comne over this way anod svoe what is calltedl theo rml from the Ynrra Flats bridge to the junction of the elelcsvillo'rosd'lear the Lodlge. It ought to beo tmveoed by. the editors, of the local newspapers,,. The Lilydsle Shire lIes made solmo puny efforts to make it a road. 'lhere is certainly no lack of culverts. ]But reslly the road is woefully neglected.. There his beeoon n effort at rod making on a portion near Mr. P. do Castella's gato; but the centre being made so much lower than l.th sides it lids fair to he liklle a nil Inke on a hill top. Then further along the flat there has bmeii opente ia fnue drlis the earthl out of which hats been so disposed of as to retaiu tihe water as much as ,pjsiblo on the roasd way. If a canal instead of a road is fif prospect one of the banks of it is pIrtly imade. WIhat a psity to a?low that bit of road whilch las mntado fromi the Irlidgeoowans the willow.t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 13 July 1883

:::TO.ADEnTI.SRRS i1 Adnertiaimenta cwannotbe Atitirayn bnebe the time expires for which t!hJ thae lbeen urdered lhere the'uiunýr.r du the inser tionsi s not dstlinctllyt pei dvertise ments will be inserted ul'tll couttermaundd -and ehorged for accordinglyg 1

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