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LILY DALE POLICE-COURT. Friday, 27th July. (Before F. Hare, Esq., P.M., and Messrs. J. Lithgow, R. Black and E. Hunter, J.P.'s) [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 3 August 1883

Friday, 27th July.. (Before F. Hare, Esq., P.M., and Mlessrs. J. Lithgow, 1. Black and E. lhunter, J.P.'s) Polico v. E. Poyner-Neglecting to send his daughter Isabella to school the required number of days as required by the Act. On a former conviction was fined . s Gd;. present case, 10s, and 9s Gd costs, or 3 days' imprison. ment. Same v. Geo. Plain-Postponed till next court day to produce medical certiicate. Same v. Thomas Addis for not sending Eugene Supple,a lad in his em ploy, to school. Former conviction, lined 5s, and Os Gd costs; present ease, fined 10s and 2s Gd costs, or three days' imprisonment. Sane v. John Williams-Neglecting to seed his son George to school. Former conviction, fined liG and Os id costs; present case, fined 10s and Os lid costs, or three days' imprisonment. Some v. James Brierty-Neglecting to send his son Edward to school. Former conviction, fined 5s and 2s dtl costs; present case, 10s and 2s Gd costs, or three days' imprisonment. Seine v. Frank Inelf-...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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The Evelyn Observer. Published Every Friday. FRIDAY, AUGUST 3, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 3 August 1883

PubliNked 'cery Firday. FRIDAY, AU'USr 3, 18s3. The ordinary.fiionthly meet ing of the Eltham Shire Council will be held on Monday next, the 6th inst. The second meeting of the Christmas I-lills Penny Read ing Society will be held on F.-iday next, Loth August, at 7 o'clock 'p.m. Mr. W G.'Marsh, Secretary of the Young Men's Christian Associationi, Melbourne, will preach in St. Margaret's Church of. England, St. Helena, I a.m.; Nillumbik, 3 p.m ;,;.and Eltham,'q p.m., on Stinday next, 5th inst. It is intimated by advertise ment that persons willing to assist in working for the Pres byterian.Chura I Bazaar, Kan ~ th e eginnmng:r 2'ne''t yye?r can be supplied with materials on application to Mrs. R. Charlton, Kangaroo Ground, on ahd after. Monday, 6th August next. The public meeting to have been held last Saturday at Yarra Flats, to further the movement of obtaining railway communication to- that place, was postponed, through the in clemency of the weather, until Saturday, I ith August ...

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FATAL COLLISION BETWEEN NEW ZEALAND SHIPS. LOSS OF TWENTY-SIX LIVES. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 10 August 1883

FATAL. COLLISION BETWEEN NEW ZEALAND SHIPS. r LOSS OF TWENTY-1IX LIVE. A disastrouas collision occurred on Friday, .22nd June; in the English Channel, resulting in the loss of a fine ship and 26 lives. The vessel which sank was thie WI'itara, helonging to the New Zealand Shipping Company. She left Gravesend for New Zealand on a Tuesday last in tow, and the tug con tinued with her until after passing Beachy Head, where she cast fF andl returned to London,leavingtho Ilaitara to proceed on her way under sail Another vessel belonging to the asutl company, named the IlHuruni, also left Gravesend for New Zealand bn the i: nlo day, and was towed down chan nel in the same way as the lsuitare, the tug leaving her after passing Boachy Head. All went welt until Friday night, when, at about ten o'clock, the officer of the watch on board the Ir'iitara reported a large 1 vessel on the starboard how, butl efore I the llV'itara's course could Ie altered the ship was upon her, striking her t full fo...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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THE RESULT OF OBSTINACY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 10 August 1883

TIHE R!ESUL' OF OBSTINACY. -:t, In the suburbs of Paris there lived a short time ago a wealthy widower, who was blessed with an only son. This young gentleman took a some what lax view of morality in general, and was living with a lady whose finger was adorned with no wedding ring, but who was nevertheless the mother of his two children. The father was a kindhearted and worthy old man, and constantly impressed upon his sun the advisability of marry ing the lady, and thus (according to French law) legitimising his children. The sow, however, dlid not take to the idea, and at last the anxious parent, deeming that he was at the point of death, summoned him to his bedside, and dulared that unless he at once married his mistress he would do something that his sun would after wards regret. The son remained ob durate, and the next day his father sent for the curl, and himself went through the form of marriage with the lady in question. Having thus done what he considered to be his duty, he...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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TO ADVERTISERS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 10 August 1883

TO 4D VERTISERS. Ad.,,rdiemcnl* cannot he withluriawn &e,/te the time ex·,irye. r which they have bets ordered Whre the number ofthe inthr liu bo not dutuwt1y, pci(ed adeerlise. meale will he inser~te until counlertermnded aud cltrjed ,b aruoorofdlbjy.

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HETERODOX PAPERS. [CONTRIBUTED.] [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 10 August 1883

IETERODOX PAPERS. [coNTRniUTrn.] Clonsidering that a man is never too old to learn, and conceiving it just pos sible that I might have been mistaken in the real maning of a .word, I once asked at church dignitary to fully ex plain to ume the difference between orthodoxy and heteroloxy. " Why do you ask uoe 1" he said, "ort hodoxy and heterodoxy have as much to.do with politics and other smatters as they have with church affairs." "I know that," says I, "but still I should like to have your definition." -Well," says lie, "orthodoxy is my -own peculiair belief on any particular subject, and hetero doxy is your belief on the same subject providing it does not agreo with mine." "According Ito--that then," says I, " every one possesses orthodoxopiniois, and those. who- don't agree wvith them are heterodox." "Exa0tly so," says ihe. And, so starting from this stand poi?l iarid welilknowing tliat a seotioni of my readers will dissent from my opinions, I wish to point out that, while those w...

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TO CORRESPONDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 10 August 1883

TO CORIISPONDEJNTS. The uMhMMR J1.edou ctOESltent with the pullic i~itrresl, wili he allowed to orrapon. dluto qaull cllaare, but no eonrauoicatiuns will nudler any citcunaltaoc be inaert~et, nlena aathenticoted yl the real name and addieuoa the writer, which will be rebardel ns atrictlecnfifdentiat, anld taere onut yuar'.teeqf yunl,.tith. {e ra rnnet lo held reCJOa&ible jiwr the v aiaiane'erpeeoaed bye oercalawdnta.

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ELTHAM SHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY, AUGUST 6, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 10 August 1883

ELTHAM SHIRE COUNCILk MONDAY, AuousT 6, 1883. The above Council met on Monday last at the Council-ohamber, Kangaroo Ground. Crs. M'Adam, Armstrong, and Robertson, who had been re-elected, making the necessary declarations and taking their seats. All the members wore prosent. The election of President for the on. auing year was next proce leded with. Cr. M'Adamt proposed that Cr. Cameron be elected President for the ensuing year. Seconded by Cr. Armstrong. Or. Woldcott remarked that no member in the Council deserved this token of respect more so than Cr. Cameron, and he would support the proposition. On the motion being put it was car riod unanimously. Cr. Cameron thanked the Council for the honor done him by electing him president. Cr. Woolcott proposed that a vote of thanks be acconded to the retiring Presi dent (Cr. M'Adanl) for the way he had conducted the business of the Council for the past year. Although Cr. E'Adam, when elected president last year, lhad sonoe scruples albot a...

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ANDERSON'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 10 August 1883

ANDERSON'S CREEK. (Frno OUR OWN CORREPONDENT.) The owners of greyhounds are loud and deep in their anathemas on the New Dog Act. The high fee and con ditions are generally considered very hard and unnecessary; however, there is every probability of great alteratiouns been made ere it passes the Assembly. Our now lay reader-commenced his duties last Sunday evening. Mr. Matthews having left to push his s:udies at the University. I sincerely hope that the attendance will increase with the better weather ; a place like this'shonld certainly support one service in the week ; our fllicient choir isneor tainly a treat to hear and will bear favorable comparison with any in the district.. The Crown Company Dyke have started a large crushing which, I sup pose, will be the last until they com tuence their lower level . I understand arrangements are in progress for con tinuing the tunnel from MAr. Grant's machine. In the May Flower, Research Gully, the drive for the reef is now in 20 feet, anti...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 10 August 1883

Phloes of interest--Pawnbrokers' shops. "No cards" is what a gmbler at. taohed to his wedding notice. A young lady makes Shakepeare say, "An eye like ma's, to threaten and command," Party looking for lodgings: "But the use of a piano is of no use to me. I can't play." Landlady : "Oh, air, but you'd 'ave the use of it all the same, My daughter is always a-prac. tising I" A country girl, who was being treated to ice cream for the first time, was asked by her young man how she liked it. "It tastes pretty good," was tihe reply ; but I always prefer my pud ding lhot." .... ".lna;nn, what, makes angels T' askedi it little boIy, who itld heoon retul inl of the heaivn!tly ilnhlhitattts. 'T'hi I erll' glIId olt, into thl orihlirld, taitl, twith Ii wie trling ii!, oileninly re. plied, " .Unrip?u fruit, anty eta.l,"

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Commercial. VICTORIA MARKET. Aug. 8. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 10 August 1883

Commercial. VICTORIA MARKET.. Aug. 8. Vegetobltes Artichokeo, gromndL 1 to ?d per tlb leet, lkl to tld per do an - lCarllt, tkl tot te dnon!ll hulllell I aultitweol., 1. to Os per dulen flrlle, ld to Ikllt r lb . L.ettueeo; tal to S& per domelC' ' I ? 41 to dl per Ih,.. ,Poludte. 4o% 8t to Ia per owl. I'unpkinlu, Os jpr dos " Frult : Apggs~~c~~ ds to 1 pI r P ubhel.o Sreouuos to to to al?t perutoouet, -h l'lna. it, to ? pIer Ib d--e Ilarono 7.l- to 0l per tbh .Butter. is dl to id 6U per lb t'hee;, tld to' i lper lb Sllonev, lid'l'o 7d rI,,r Ih I,?ti'd t to toIs lU ipr dozel'n Ilaoue. il to lit perlb. Ileuos,9s to tG per pair 'Piguenis. 2s to 2. 1k per pair Pork, 4i to il per lb .Turkeys, 7 to 15 per palr tRahlits, iod to is per pair

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 10 August 1883

COACHING. ROYAL MAIL, LINE OF COACHES'. YARRit FLATS ANl) QUIIBESTOWN ` COACHES. *rý. i. .'ea~,ojtinbtoeiotet. Swaaton·atiritt, dally i tO. p!no., by way of Alpthhilgon, 'Ivanhoe, Ilotetboorg,, Etham, Kangaroo Ground, .I1, te "11i1I, WYatoon's Creok, Christmas Hills.. Leave Yarra lFlata and Queonntawn at 7a~rn. Kl'd'iilne ebdlao levs. the, Globe . Hotel dally at a pail ; ,;1.., Messrs: KERR; anu4' Co. lv.P.roprietors'or thet, ; .,:z EB; W ýA N B UR N,. B 1. to nform the oolabltantof nily. B dale, )arria. Flats, anod vorrootdltg' diltrlcls;tliatt htiy Are now prepared to i SU P LYý"SAWN T'IM'BER Or au1 . nloedornd ant th, i .1 " aB E"ST 'U'A IITY'c:VI n :"titt 'I,:oo ,I/Orr "i3 t 2. 1?y De)llvered at. Yarnr lilotai,, at;-lO. ,nod Si.lliylo, at tIe, per oot Fileort supeor t ;l npo ellly' aelcrtrd')tloniher'for'WVhrtlwrlglt I OlOarpgseaat IlrtOt1 prltuo Feot'apor.·:sl .I, pr,.tt, it~I~ntuna , ;,N )tvn~1, ri en -v il A goOt.Oalsully.(lf oloitoote loiolwnyo~kept. 41 ',o::,Undlrtakco , . ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 10 August 1883

The Statute of Trusts, 1864. IN RiE.EDWARD WELLERI, Into of the Kangaroo Grounds, in the Colony of Victoria, publican, decealed. i'uuanut to the provisiona of the Statute of Trusts 1814, all credltors anti other persons having any unsettled claims aogin?t the estate of the ltove.namel Edward Weller, deceaseLt, who died on tile twenty-fitfh day of May last, and Probateof whose will hasi been granted to John Doll, of the Kangaroo Groundsafore. said, farmer, antd Ilchtanl Wallis, of Eltham, in the Colony of Victoria, hotelkeeper, the executon appointed hy said will, are hereby required to SEND in PAItTICULAlS in writing of such CDAIMS to the said execu. tore or to me on or before the tenth dlay of September, A.D., 1883, after which date the said executors will distribute the assets among the persons entitled thereto, having regard to the claims only of which they shall then have had notice, and will not be liable for the asets or any part thereof so distri buted, to any person or perso...

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MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT Stratford Strettle and Co.'s report: Melbourne, 8th August, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 10 August 1883

" ELBOURNE _,TOOK .REPORT Stratfolr Slret id . reportc ?-, l.elbouurne, 8th\ August, 1883. Fat Cattle.-1,658 head were poened for the week's supply, nearly all df which were Victorian.,, The quality, taken as a whole was better than of late. There wam a fair attendance of the trade; but the number yarded being rather in excean of rmluirements biddliig were not so brisk, ant prices ruled about 10o a head under last reekl' rates on all descriptions. Prime ;s bulloclk, £12 to £13 10s ; good do, LS8 V to LO ; medium do, L7 L8; inferior, J to L6. jest penm cows, LB to LA.* arcoad do, L5 10 to LO I?N; inferior do, Lit los to L4, Fat CavslV l140 came to hand for the week's nupd*. Best made 70s to So; second, 35r o 45s ; inferior. 90s to 21s. Fat §dop.--11,738 came to hand for the wee '.4upply" Prie erossbral wethers, 1le to good, i8s to 14s ; second, Ilsto 12s; lium, 9s to 10e. Prime crossbredl ewes, 12-s to 14s; good, 10s to ls ; second, as to / 9. Prime merino wethers, 13s Gd to Ii ; goo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 10 August 1883

A UST R A I AN.... Grain 8& Produce Com-: 0.;pany.u ,. (Taote) 10ail-)1 ..i'",t a'w n "82 ItoUIKE SrI'IEI'T W\VKST, "I RCI IVV e nnsrlnwots o(. QOain rin ? Lb Darliry P'rouc cce, onfid Icikoatviicne"s 'The Ornin Pale is ihel every TUESDAY at the M ellbourne Corn KI?xlla', g . Lor 'I in i)hiry S" 'uides'- h'+11.i( he Coin't pany'So Itorers, 8R2 Ilounkei.street \Vest, Mel. 'or,, at I la.mn;btifl'IK:EIil;..,DAY'aiid VHIIAI'Y. -r. :. ,.+'It .',V+.t+ottr- ,.iti to'rn SiLcks nnd liltter Caaks Supplied. 1' unitrrcc c-' nr tloiEtue -?eo - en ?nTl .bi 't oI,:n.Eo, -." :" M'LEAN '"13OS "& R1GG 1-HIA 1R DWARE and METAL MERCHANTS, ;: ilG ,iAtlli'TII S'rTK'rT A.c' COLIrINS S . : M- elbourne."'- Iat AnLnIcUEca) 1860. --no-- J. F. Duhining;&, C, Aluctionecrs ProdnEcc-Sales 5 Queen-street, Melbourne, AI t now r:eprl eln tor reiee A. t| eru B1 o ltler, lEgg, llacon, honley, Jhumn., oultry, unld P'rduce of everyit'dseription, IIy Auction or Privately. Advancee ?irciIe cv Cnoin...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 10 August 1883

To our Readers and Subscribers. WE beg most respectfully to inform our ReIderrs and Subscribers that we have completed our third quarter of tlhe Management of the Eve yn Observer, and without egotismu we think we may utll at tention to tLhe progress and imLprovement madse nder our management. We give more reading matter thitl formerly, and we are punctual in issuing the paper on Frb lay morning, We are desirous of still progres sing with improvements, and purpose, io properly supported, to make our little orgoa equal to any othter country Isaue. We satall be thankfll to our susocribors if tclhy will kindly forward their subscriptiona as early as p?ssible, and lsot try to iucraso our cir eulatioa by reconmmoenlleg thel' friends to subscribe, ann, we on our part will use our best erdeavours to give satisfactlon anl make our paper what it ought to be. MARRIS, SCARCE, & CO. eelyrn Obaserver Office, Ilst August 1883. mpmurltles of the Blood, ntil theaaspurlln Blll hausa a?r totl ...

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ORDINARY MONTHLY MEETING. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 10 August 1883

ORDINARY MONTHLY MEETINO. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. CORRRSPONDENOE. From Geolong Fish Acclimatising Society, acknowledging receipt of letter (in reply) from the Council, and thank ing them for their resolution. From the Minister of Land and Works, regarding the Council's request for assistance in exterminating wild dogs in the vicinity of Healesvillo, and stat ing that the Government could not offer a reward, but recommnntding the Council to oiler £1 per skin, the Government to pay half. Or. Woolcntt thought that those pests should be exterminated at once, and proposed that the proposition be adopted. Seconded by Cr. leale and carried. The Secretary to draw up a code of regulations. From Austin Hospital, soliciting donation under charity vote. From Kynotou Shiro Council, re garding assisted immigration. On the motion of Crs. Bell and Arm strong it was agreed that this Council approve of State immigration. From S. L. Farmer, solicitor, under instruc...

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"Delores." [ORIGINAL.] CHAPTER II. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 10 August 1883

BY NANCIIC. [ORIOINAL.] Curran II. *Kitty, Kitty, where are you ?" called Delores the next afternoon as she passed through the garden in her search for the missing truant. Very beautiful looked the floods, now it had rapidly gone down, and had ceased its angry roar, and now lay llimmering in the fading sunlight. Tie dark clouds had all valdahed, antl the sky was now a mass of blue, uan the roaring of the wind had ce?sed altogether. Delores stood for a moment gazing down I at the sheet of water, then she walked to where a bushy Illac tree grew, it was covered I now with fragrant purple blossoms, and she pluoked a piece and caressed it tenderly with her lips. "You beautiful dower," she murmured aloud to the drooping spray. "I love you -because-because-you are his favorite," and she pinned it at her throat. Presently she caught eight of Arthur leaning over the gate, and patting his horse's glossy neck. " Arthur," she ex. claimed, " Have you seen Kitty P" I can. not And her. "She passel...

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Municipal Elections. Thursday, 9th Aug. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 10 August 1883

Municipal Elections. (Bv ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH,) Thursday, 9th Aug. The following is the result of the election for the Yan Yean Riding of the Shire of Whittlesea held to-day :- Morris, James ... 102 Jeffrey, Samuel ... 92 Mr. James Morris is there fore duly elected councillor. Lilydale, 9th Aug. The following is the result of the election of councillor for the South-Western Riding of the Shire of Lilydale:- Brushy Ck. Nicholson ... 64 Wiggins ... 34 Ringwood. Nicholson .. 27 Wiggins ... 64 Majority for G. Wiggins, 7, he is therefore duly elected as councillor for the South-Wes tern Riding of the Shire of Lilydale.

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The Evelyn Observer. Published Every Friday. FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 10 August 1883

-« 04e G ibid n @ serutr. "?u'bslichd E?erj .1'Fridl. PRIUDA, "UI.USL' 10, 1883, he Loyal Odxlmdeis L.lgo of Odd Fellows M.U.U will hoid the usual mueot iug on Wedtmsday next, August 15th, nud. as it will be moonuight a full meet. iug is hoped four. The ordinary monthly meeting of the Whittlesea Shire Council will be hold on Monday next, the 13th inst. Farrell's lotel, YarraFlate;'t:mnrrow (Saturiay) evenilng, to take steps"td further tt Iltovement of railway comn. inuuication to that place. Returns Lilydalo Railway Station. -A great fallinugoff has taken place since previous months. The entries of dray tratlio with goods are stopped oi. account of the had state of the station yard. Returns are as follows :--108i passengrs,' £124; goods sent, 686 rons-; goods inward, 270( tons; cash, £95. Constable Richard Lawless has been appointed to Lilydale, vice Con stable Carey, who has been removed to take charge of a station at Fern Tree Gully.       &a...

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