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THE SALT OF THE EARTH. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 17 August 1883
S THIW8ALT OFl TIE EARTH.'7 If childhood wore hot in the world,.': h; ut oinly eilecnnd ionci grownj No baby-loclks Ii. tendrlls'curled,': '.. No baby blossoms blown; , Though men were stronger, women fairer, And nearer all delights in reach And verna nrd miusf tttered rarer;" Ton'osf minore godllike spee.::`h , " Though the utmost life of life's aet liou;s Found, en It cannot now find, words ; Though desert sands were swoeet as flowers And flower. could elig like birds, ,i, SBut children never heard them, never ...They felt a child's foot leap and ran, Thi s'wero a dreriier starthan ev'er Yet lookld upon the un. -n (
ENTERTAINMENT AT CHRISTMAS HILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 17 August 1883
ENTERTAINMENT AT CiLRIST MAS HILLS. S(roa A OOnRIPONDErYT.) The Meaond meeting .of the Penny Reading Society in connection with the Christmas Hills Mechanics' Institutd took place odn Friday evening last, the 10th inst., and although the weather was unfavourable, was pretty well attended, especially by State school pupils, who filled the seats on one side of the hall front one end to the other, and appeared to" take great interest in, and listened with attention to, the various songs, recitations, and readings. Of the adults-again the ladies were in the majority, which, I rather think, was the cause of a little grumbling on the part of a few of chem. The first on the programme was Mr. Sloan (the Treasurer of the Mechanics' Institute), who gave a very interesting reading, a selection from "Nicholas Nickleby;" next was a treat, Mise Lowman, with a voice like a flute, sang " Bonny Eoileas" with great sweetness and taste; Miss Holding gave the sentimental song" You and I," in which her ...
A QUESTION OF COLOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 17 August 1883
A QUESTION OF COLOUR. ---0 (By n Bewildered Bachelor.) How moay.one describe, the tint i ()adress T he lady in't Doubtless knows it, but what mnale, Shall andveritii'e and 'not fall' ? Strike the lyre with thumbor plectrum • On the colours of the spectrum, " Violet, Indigo, and Blue, Green, Red, Yellow. Nonsense I Pooh I Olbelete, you're within no range ; Bt nt'oe tIhnt-anrid that is orange .Lives from the old seile chromatic' "Now Pomona's autocratic, Tinto are immed from ripe or raw berry, Called"ltashed Raspberry"or" Crushed . Strawberry." , Damsels' lips delight to dwell onri'. F"ided Plum" or " Withered Melon." Any?Lndy' you nay c crt' - Will display a fruity port ; And fromen bonnets down to boots, Dames are now known by their fruits.' I-P'sch.
Calendar for the Week. AUGUST. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 17 August 1883
atIeadar fer the Wrek. AUGUST. P 5A01u or tS u 810. New Moo......... 3rdat 11 6 a.m. FIrslQuarter..... l th at 11.9 a in. S ullMoonl .......18th at 10.:4 p.m. I lasat Quarter..05th at 3.12 p.m. ] Apogee, 9th. A Perigee, 21st. 19 No ISth Sunday after Trinity 20 M Ial to Sandhurst opened. 1862 21 To Transportation to N.S.W. ceased 1840 22 W Battle of Bosworth Field 1485 23 Tu First vessel illed up Yarn 1835 i' F First church opened in Sydney 1795 5! AI Davind Ilunme, explorer, le d 17:56 Prubable Weather.-Changeable, but' in. clined to fair and mild.
HEIDELBERG SHIRE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 17 August 1883
IIEIDEILBE1 G SILILE COUNCIL The ordinary monthly meeting of the above Shire Council met at the Council Chamber, Heidelberg, on Wednesday the 8th inst., all the memhbers being present excepting Ors. F. W. Ellis and Bond, who were incapacitated by sick. neoss. ELECTION OF o prsIlnEOT. On the motion o,'f Or. Studley, seconded by Or. Smith, Or. Scotland was unanimliously. elected President for'the cnsuing year, it Ishaving been decided that no allowance lshliuhl be made under the 08th Se. Local Government -Act. A cordial vote of. thanks was accordel to the eox.Prsidelit; Cr. liavey, for the satisfactory' manner- in which he.had performned his duties,-aind suitably acknowledged. . coIRREBONDENCOE. From Mr. Passey,' ihtisilting nc. capta?icd of thd offico of edllector upon the silme tcrmns and conditions as for list year. 'From City of Sandhurst, requesting the sIpport ofthis Citgncil to Hon. D. o.* y9'irs' proposal .wit?aresipet to actions for injuries' on. roads.. This was aooorded. IF...
THE ANNEXATION QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 17 August 1883
Trs AHlRtON QUESBTIOK; Ati the conelusiom ot thoe ordinary. business of the Couicil a resolution was unanimousTr adopted approvingoft the policy of the Premier(Mr. Servise) in his effits to. promote the annexation of the Pacific Islands lying adjacent to. the Australian continent. 'Die Council also apploved of 'the proposal that the. colonies should participate in. the cost of the~goerrunent of the same. The resolution to be trauamitted to, the Psemier.
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 17 August 1883
-:' ZILYDALIE STEAM ARIA!g?3I WA!ZNS CODLR?A +trN ACoDIT. -- -:o:,--- + J P. IILL begs to inform the inhabl . tants of Lilydale and surrounding districts that he has commenceed business in the above line in Castella-street, and trusts by slpplying a good article to receive ashare of their patronage. N B.-Country orders promptly attended to. £3000. AUSTRAL SIA'S SWEEP. . MLBOJRIE. CUP, TIlE GIIRATiS'IT IIAt'JNG EVENP OF TIlE Y:EAR . (To be Runt November 6th.) 12,000.SHARES, 5s EAOCH. r ";'.:: To be distrllirtledl nfollnws :"lo ' l.irt Horse... £1l00n l arter.s divide £1I Second.,, ... ,,: 510.1 NInIIIart.ers... IOU Third ;T.......-. 250 f T't'lal... £2000. .'And 10 Prizes at' 25'e:ach..:42.50 S il ? 'Prlz's at £l .,, ... 5110,. ": . . "'- '1' Prizes at:£5' - ,, .. 2.0 25 Total in Prizes, £1000...Orand Total, £3000 THI - TIIIRD 'C NSULTATION OF. MY .i ', ,.1883.SEI IES. " • ... SThe success and general satisfaction over previous events moly be deemed sufRelent introduction for this,as...
WHITTLESEA SHIRE COUNCIL. ORDINARY MONTHLY MEETING. MONDAY, AUGUST 13, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 17 August 1883
WHITTLESEA SHIRE COUNOCIL. ORDINARY MONTIHLY 'MIRTINO. SMO1nD.Y, AOUusr 13, 1883. The ordinary' monthly meeting of the above council mnet at the Council Chambers, YAn Yeau, on Monday last, all the members being present with the exception of Cr. Nelson, who was pro. vented from attending through ill-healtth. The necessary declarations having been taken by the new members, Ors HIr-. lier and Jeffrey, and also hby.r. Mor ris,. the President's allowance (under the 68th see., Local Government Act) was dealt with. C Or.' Reid proposed, and Cr. Marshall secoonded, that there be no allowanoe for the president.. Carried. - ELECTION OF PREIIDSNr. Or. Reid' proposed that Cr.' Thomas be elected president for the ecisuing year. Seconded by Cr. Hughes and o irried. Crs. lassett and Marshall voting against the proposition. Or. Thomas, on taking the chair, thanked the council for the position they had placed him in as their Presi dent, and remarked that if lie filled the chair as ably as their form...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 17 August 1883
It is r?carded Is Anelent history of tne Polybus, that he could tell (or at least as stmal, to say) how c1 cry battle Alexalder lost migt ig have been weo. But this was beyond the scope of huiana power. The hllghest genius of generalship somelltmes fills, under the force of dlvetltitius circum salnles, lDoubtless, thousall s have strivenl to utilize the Juniper berry, std there ntsy be klowing ione, who like Polyhus, mightt uIdertrke to say how Its essencte cotld ho br-t extractel. Ilut uothlrllo os ever been proucedl like Wolfe's Schltapps. It stands alone' like theone Alexander. Consumnor of W\Ylfe's LSchapps,Is apeo t llC those taking It meodiinalle, should purshaie It only by the bittle, und tihts ensure the geuuine article,as lthere ti a fraudulent imi. Ini tihe market. Iarge and small lattles are ohlainable at every ir?s'r?vahle hotel aind Wine & Spirit Mlerlhant's li thu cololy. Thie naseu of M. \tuRs iand Co. Is o0 the top label of the yellow wrapper,
The Ebelyn Observer. Published Every Friday. FRIDAY, AUGUST 17, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 17 August 1883
t1i btietn @1iseruer 'Pblished Every Friday. FRI D.AY, AUUUST 17', 1883. :e-Til e'nial iiseeting of the Lilydalo Shire. Council took placeo on Monday. last at which Mr. David. Mitchell was re-elected President, . . Messrs. Ilirt and Ninck obtained 36 ouic ,ynf h'hld frons 9 tons of quartt, taken froem at One-Tree Hilt, This 'is th o'iasult 'of he@twon twelve andti thlrten woeeks' work. The annual IlImae Mission nieeting wils hold its the U~lited Methodist church, Lily.?dl, on Tuesday oevening ist ant hichl very, interesting land in structivo addresses were delivered by th lRosa. Porteous, Dawe,; andlloun sell. During the eovening a collection wvnsnads in ailof thoamiession, which atouonted to about £:2, niaking a: total for the district of nearly £50. At the oonolusion of the last meeting of the Heidelherg Shire Council the mnwrnbers anrid otllcor, together with a few friends, were invited to attend the usual dinner given on the election of a President. It is needless to state 'that...
Commercial. VICTORIA MARKET. Aug. 15. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 17 August 1883
Commeroial,. VlCTrOI1A MAlRKET. Vegetables -: Aug. 1. 'Artlrlokes, ground, Id to 1il4 per lb S iet., 6i to d4 perdo ia'n CaIrrots, Oid to oaI per dozen buncl?ea C'aulidowurs, 9.1 to 2o per dozel Garlic, 44 to 6d per lb . Lattuate, 6d to Ld per dozen , I'ea, 44 to 5id per Ib.ý 1 . " itltoea, 41 6d per cwt. uotl.pklil, 6s per dai, Frpit: Apples, deasert, io to 9o per bushol Lemoso, is to Ia id per dozen, Oranges, ts 64 to ls per case. Tearo, 34 to 4d per lb Dairy Piouce : . Ilecon, 7d to 104 per lb uittter, is 4Id to lu 4d per Ib Ch: let, dl, to isl p.r lb. Iloury, Gd to 7d per II Eggl, Is ld to Is 44 per dzeUa Ilat., &i to I Il per ib. lcbit, I0 to 6s'ler pair S' I'ig'cos 'a to 216 d air pair ''i', Tirkl;';dto tld per lb' "s-- R 2tabbIst, ist ·taois jejlst
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 17 August 1883
To our Readers and Subscribers. ?WT beg most respectfully to inform ocr VV Redere and Suhscrlher that we have completed our third quarter of the Lsanagement of the REe.p Observer, and without egotism we think we may call at tentlon to the progress and improvement made under our management. We give more reeling matter than formerly, and we are punctual in lfaoing the paper on Friday nuornlni, We are dealrousnf still progres sing with improvements, and purpose, it properly supported, to make our littleorgan equal to any other country issue. We shall be thankful to oar subsoribers if they will kindly forward their sulbcrlptions as early as possihle, and also try to loorease our cir culatio by reoommeondlng their friends to subcribe, and we on our part will uso our best endeavour to give mtlifactioo and make oar paper what it ought to be. HARRIS, SCARCE, & CO. £eslys OAserver Odbe, lit August 1tl3. To Correspondents, TT is requesled that Letters and other I e ts mmunlatlons inte...
MELBOURNE STOCK REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 17 August 1883
IELIIOURNE STOCK -REPORT Stratford Strettle and Co.'s report Melbourne, 15th August, 1883. Fat Cattle.-t,376 head were yarded the majority being of middliig q?uality,"with a few. good and prime. 1Prime pensl bIullcks, £12, to £13 17s.l ; gooddo, L91Wt to I11; nindium do, LIW to LB 0,s; lnferlor ,I li? to L6.' Bost cows, r-l "to LB 10s ; second do, L5 i to L6 ?cnferior do, L3 Its to LI i .s ? ; K : Fat Calves.-Short supply ; only 84 yarded. Best mado 70 to 80; good, 501 to 60s ; second, 0s to 40si; inferior. 110 to 2". IFat Sheep, -The suypply. thits week numbered 11,895 Primocabrssbr.d woithrs,l5 to 17I; good, ils to 14s ; second, I Is to 1N ; medium, Is to 1h. Prime crossbred twoe, 2s to Lrts? goo, IQ to lis; second, 8s to 9s. PrIme merino wethero, 134a 9l to 16s good, 125 to ISo second, 10 to ll'; medium So to 9s. Fat Laml.--l,032 were penned. Ilest made from Ils to 12 ; second Ss to Ss; medium, 6o to 7s. 'D. Lovelock and Co. report, Aug. 14. Dairy Stock at the Corpormtion Yando, ...
ANDERSON'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 17 August 1883
ANDERSON'S CREEK. &nbsp; &nbsp; (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) Mr. Newman's meeting on Wednes day night week last was well attended. He was in favor of improvements on the Melbourne bill and general distri bution of the ratepayers money; also, for reducing the publicaii's license to £10. According to show at the meeting it was expected he would have been returned; however, Mr. Stiggants heat him by thirteen votes. Mr. A. Andrews, who took the chair at the meeting, informed theratepayero he would have stond had he been asked; also stating that he would when another opportunity ocoered if the ratepayers solicited him, stand for this division of the Council. Certainly the licenses should be re duced, it is inequitable for this small place to pay £25 when Elthum only lays £10. The road is about to be malde to the Ringwood station. I do not think that it will be much used by us, and the money would be far more profitably spent on thie road to Melbourne. It mining there is ...
AN OLD OLD STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 17 August 1883
:AN OLD OLD STORY. C.o-mree in I !Well, I declare,' stranger you gave ooe quite a turn I I--l--as kind of ,expeeili' souliebody, and for half a.minute I thoughtomebbe as 'twas her, buiahe 'never slopIto'knook ." Wanot a ,hite and a sup and a .night's lodging?.' Why, of l;course; sit down, do, I-a-most forgot to ask 'you 'l was that flustrated. Poor soul I ~ow'tired and wornout you look :I coii mliok you comfortablo for the ilght and give you .a good meal of victuals and a shakedown on the floor, but I would h.a.r.d.ly like to put you in Lizalo's room--sht was that particu lar, and your clothes are so wet and drab. bled. Why, woman, what makes you shake so-ague I Never heard tell of any in these parts. Guess you muot have brought it with you. Well, a good night'os rest will act, you up wonderfully, and you can lie right' here by the stove, asnd the fire a amoulderln' will keep you warm, and' the light will be's burnin' till it's brewod day-i broad day l,.- I, What do I keep the light...
AMUSING INCIDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 17 August 1883
AMUSING IXf DEKrL;. Last autunu a tranvelling menagerie was disbanded at Sumter, U.S. Among the animals sold waasa" learned" bear, which could perfor a anumber of tricks. The man who bought the bear at tempted to lead him to a stable in anotier part of the town,,but the bear suddenly became friskyand an.amas ing scenefollowed. The bear succeededi in brushing off his. muzales which. had not been properly fAstenecdCL and. as soon. as he felt hinmsa:lf relieved of the.muz zle, he made a dash for the mnjt, caus ing the latter to drop the chain-halter. Bruin snorted, and the mtnisprang into. a tree. Up went the mann, and after him climbed the bear, to the delight of some fifty or more citiasus whose at tention had been attracted to.thebear's. antics. The nu n sat in the tree-top. for ovweral minutes, and his lively piece-. of property stretched himself on a. lower limb, as if patiently waiting his master's descent. When the latter saw the crowd gathering ona sidewalk near by, he shouted:...