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ANDERSON'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 31 August 1883
ANDERSON'S CREEK. &nbsp; (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) The Crown Comnpany Dyke obtiiied' 38o.. from their last crushi, l:. Tlhiy. ran nilgotihtilg with Mr. Grant to work' the lower levels from his tunneil near Sthi battery.. : ''' The trial crushing from the Freohold Property will take place this week, and I have no doubt that witlh the splendid show they willget the wlh9pl extent of the dyke will 'le worked.; ii ,. ,I:' With referenco to the ·Pig Tail a comlpany is abshout to he formollto work, this (what has beenI provsed to be a prolitabla) qunirt claimn,, and this will give an inipotus to othera t try at"a' deep lovol other .clhimos whichlha'vi turned out very prolitabl,on,- tho,1 sur face. At the Diumoid CrOek,iI heir they had na good crushing, 5i5oz.1 froui eight tons quartz.: 'his will give thutshare holders some slirit to .develop .what.I am sure will sventually turn out a rich claim. At the Ilaclhante, Panton Hil, they certainly had very poor crophintig,' biit' -,i ...
LILYDALE POLICE COURT. Wednesday, 22nd August. (Before J. Rourke, Esq., J. P.) [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 31 August 1883
.. I - - - IAILYpALE? POLlE COURrt. Wecdnesday, 22idu August. (Beforod J..Iourke, 'Eq., J.P.) Janies Wheolor, onl remaidii oin t', charge of 'vgranoy, was. son4 -to g?oL-',.i' for o00 mnonth. , ' ' rilad y, Aigli' t "ttli:' ""'' (Boore MrL,, Akehurst, i .,L, anid'.,, ' Mosrs. .J.:-Ltlgow aiul It Black;., '.s J.P'a.) '***" *"·"* .' _ * : *' * * ' - * . Polico v. .Goro 1Plain.-Neglecting ' td sewnd his sist.ir "II Ilaiiito school the requird linbule_ of ditys for quarter eiHlnd l the ist A.larult last. This case li?tl lDtilpbstplonod fromt last., . -. court day at the requrst of the defetndl ant to obtain doctor'sclertificnto ol'tl? , child's iU-ll-lilth'; ; ortificato- w~isma ; halnded in' nrldcaso dismissod. , . ,Dayid Biltcock v. Jos. J ones.Dobt' case of .£14 3?iGld for goods sold mlid tlli' 'ercd, Order, for .amnouiit with 5s. costs. Thomras Williains v.;Mary Ann 3or ris-Dol? of.;Ch s lalld for posts and rails nid tl s'liittloal ofsanl. Mrs. Norris stated tlat slih did not order ...
SUDDEN DEATH AT TEMPLES-TOWE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 31 August 1883
SUDDEN DEATH AT TEMPLE-STOWE. &nbsp; (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) A stone-breaker named John Burns, aged 45 years, dropped down dead near Shean's Hotel last Friday evening. By what I can learn from his mate he was subject to fits, and had supposed heart disease. However, it seems it &nbsp; was unnecessary either to hold a mag- isterial inquiry or an inquest. I sup- pose the poor fellow was buried under &nbsp; &nbsp; a coroner's warrant. What a man may come to in Victoria was exemplified in this instance. The undertaker from Kew took the coffin from Shearn's with not a soul following until your reporter suggested his mate, who was at Shean's should at least see him buried. From information I received the man was rather above the ordinary class in education, and was a Roman Catholic. This whole affair seems to me to require some investigation.
FARM CALENDAR FOR SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 31 August 1883
' (+ ys ttlt.trvon's PARMeIPs AN'lAr.) . . Whoere it" is iittetiiltil t bi t ik tip now liad for ailtivstioll, ,tis.l oidn rh averagela good mieth, il.d the practicel ,If turning yirgin soil u ·pto thet a.li- .. grIati g4 intlionce of the stoiut;tar's1lti.z &lt; r before ciopping is one that 'icii bo re coinmneilded. Now laitl pluugheil' ti at soCil i titme eauwd at once "iS, as a. ru!o, tod satit?;und th fehffitr of e bifa . ý"` fallow thlrungh' the suiunm'iF: I iellows-': the seili and-acts as-an- excellenlt-cor----- -. rective.i ;I',alddition ti' thin' it;is:nlno good ninuingeantnt to 'do. such heavy work ai breaking a?uo,'ini'rhthii- rig.:. timoewhioh is, colmpanrativelyspaking,; ;,} S.slnclk titne, inslend of letnvtig it to. the auttmnni whicha is"gneillyD l mory e busy semioln l. n toblicoe cultivation. • " September i-?g?tl rii verge iiitl" :t.. for sowing tho' seed; in order to obtain; the necessary iplats. ' Sotwinig: an.tb",? :I .:n s?pronltig* tohbaco plantst.in ,...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 31 August 1883
A U S1it A7. A N Grain P oduce Com pany. ]T""" F.rct'tvt eoo~ nniriif ''.',im b''nn NI'n1ir C0H ooni~l; ittl t'l~& I'YIlll. nn iroy I'ro.tlov. ano tim enik-" Ig " I thereon.i. 'll . The 1101 SlIPr. . In Rul 1 err l t.l ii.)li til~l-flholroe Ct~rno nIto-h ire, llny'O Iloolin.q '2111 lk.l-.pelle,-l-t Nient l-e ilIIr-e. at II "ii oil 11t"tNI)AX moon mCii Sol-il- staff) 11,i11r Ciohn Suppllicd: II IilltY' C. ElI)l~ill'lli\, Cell-nt Mllhll~er In thle COOP iluy. 'LEAN BlROS.- & I&IGG, Imp'ortt rs. I-IA W1DWA"1A.E and METAT. MERCH4iNTS, us lilAttIZAIiOI'I lth~l' u.''ot' i~.tILNS" J. F. Dunning,-& "Co., .A9 ucioniiecers'Y &',-Podncce Sales 5 Queen-street, Melbourne,. A IItI lnow JIlepalred to .rewero ChIecs', ontO)mat. F1111 , I lllllteo o rlime'lrr Iltlolt paty udI'radut~lo of everyr drrscrtplton; BIy A uctioni or Pt1inatcly. Aoldlvanes i ad.1 out t'o0 itulgllsillt, Le-. Prompt.10 Iat Sale1., FRANK SAUNDERS; S.AtlD1LI& tlAlt\t 1.S5 \t.lxltlt,...
The Evelyn Observer. Published Every Friday. FRIDAY, AUGUST 31, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 31 August 1883
Gibe dpi (ibsenucr. . Pubdlished Eccy F'irlday. FR .FIDAY,: AUGUST 1,1H:..~.~~ lix oioil 'is titenixier oftioe 1 tiny. No aoonor the -llilwiiy. ManegomeatBilL Iett, the, LegudeitiveAsmbytmi i Penazmen introdiad d'awtd zIn lilia Se'r, vice 'lill) Thilo who ara necltitied at ll.with'the Ciyil Serviceo of thet coutry ar1 naware ot tite maliv eIioaielimi that exist iil tharouagechiit te vth i'ioaas dlepart t 'eta at tine D l'viii ii''t. 'hlia jitee tiul oa tih existing~ Civil Se'rvice IAct it ll very gattll. it ilmpjsesa Iexeamilntionii ini the first pitus, iand ithen 'cci tone worke its wity tpil bt thini len ii ot~ a k -t hull coper, asr the w~'rti'nIl (IIpartTtlletnt II , firllled with 1'11p1'111 1m'1rie I, the ActI' g.ving p)oetter to pointlttIt thII ii at tiii' hi iii it tile I )'jl 'taiui ntie Bau lil'1sstli', the lpre.stlthiue tlert are 571 classified ofileersa that is, thsos who entered 'the service under eainuilatnti, and '2:12, suiperiumneries, e.xclusive oLL Rail way and Elca...
BOLD ATTEMPT TO ESCAPE FROM PENTRIDGE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 31 August 1883
. BOLD .ATTEMIPT- TO ESCAPE F.ROM PENTRtID l The officials at the Pentrilge Stock ado, were host eveniing thrown into a, state of excitomeni nlthen it, became known that an attempt to escape from the establishmoent had boh made by a long-sentence prisoner. named Qeorgo Di 'rhroor,wlio is untdelrgoing?gI ntenco of 15 years for robbery in coitnp tny iit connection, with thq sticking ip, of.a sation tit Salc; At locking up liimio about live o'clock; prisoner was put into his cell to thave. his supper. TTi wardor on duty followed slhottly aiftoerwards'to seo the supper utensils taken out of the prisloner's cell, and the door sholuld thoil hlive bote locked. Whleti the night muster took pltace the lartin was given that at diunltty ocupiCed Do Throer's cell. The dumml y was ooltlijnas d of a qlantity' of wearing aplparel obtained surreptitiously fromt portions lof the prison; Search t was intniediato itRti tuted for the escapee, who, after somno dilli?ntltyj wi sdiscovered by Warder Kenne...
Milly Lane's Story. (CONTINUED.) [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 31 August 1883
- (coeTlus:cn.) Ise sm, led, stroke' m;,y hend, and 'pre. sently went on conoversing with ialiph. I do not know whettier 'tlllph ever lolked :my waiy-l dan't think ho ever did aned eae two lnever spoke a word to eachL' other. while we sat there. Illat by-aidtby ,ha said, speaking tto'Aitt 'a sty nd unclo, that hli was going away.next morning to the Islo of Wright to spend,tile rest of tile vaoltion'with a sick, friend, who had written to request him to 'ndie '`ihbl~n? and ,that probably he should g Illiet?ily Iback front thence to colege, 'so that he sihoid nai see ltonie' agant for amo, eliy were ill sorry to lost.himu ; for my a? sie aild tulat were very proud of him, antl 'g~y Iifrry Grthams held hima in real steem ailut reverence. 'IThey 'all samli how :sorry they were, and I Es salentc ; l they were all,ao busy thinklig of ind talking wilh thim that they niei r'stl ctited it tnlllt I thihk' he lid lI i "al whiili aftor;; when wi' weire ill about to separitte, lih stlo6l It, le ...
HORSE AND DAIRY STOCK. Messrs, Campbell, Pratt, and Co, report:— Aug. 28th. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 31 August 1883
HIORSEI AND DAIRY STOCK. Me n+s. Campbenll, Pntt, sud Co. relport : Aug. 2Sth. Ilorses.-After the excitement nud lulstlo of the past anllliull show sales business at the bnnsr .tbnat wornle a quiet asp.tet, and trans antions e lave been litnittet to short suppltntn of country ston?k and onlrinry town entrtte. The demand for superior horse has beonl and onottnillet gool, town buyvers int shippers gdtlng full nLtt.- IDnughttn, ouaitbu alnd other strong young aninmal are watted anul n.aleable at payting rates.'- \\e have sold superior hackuey. aund harmns hlorte fromll .t.30 to £65 t buggy, nailr, tL3 to 1,S9 ; Indian, 1,22 to L3I,; omnibus and coanchets, 1.17 to 1,25 ; heray -draughts, L,6 to 1,44 ; nltlion and light draughts, 1,2.1 to 1,30; country homres only two small lots sold which averaged 1,10 3s;; and 1,12 Is per habel re. seteritnety. . . Dairey Stock.-M-arket' quiet' anil rates oe?,itg. Weather favoring buyersn. It quote milkers selling fromn 1. to I8; sprtingers slightly un...
BULLEEN SHIRE COUNCIL. Monday, 27th August, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 31 August 1883
BULLEEN SHIRE COUNCIL. Monday, 27th August, 1883. &nbsp; &nbsp; Present :—Crs. Laidlaw, Hutchin- son, J. Smith, Dowd, and H. Stiggants. Cr. Hutchinson was temporarily ap- pointed chairman. The new councillors, Messrs. Smith and Stiggants, made the ordinary declaration. Cr. Stiggants proposod, and Cr. Laid- law seconded, that Cr. Smedley be president for the ensuing year. Carried unanimously. &nbsp; Cr. Smedley, in taking the chair, paid a high compliment to Cr. Laidlaw for the manner in which, as President, he had conducted the meetings for the previous year, and to the best of his ability would try and deserve the re- spect of his fellow councillors. CORRESPONDENCE. With reference to correspondence re- garding the new Municipal Act, what the Council had previously decided &nbsp; upon was endorsed, the whole matter having previously been discussed. With reference to the correspondence on the Local Government Bill it was decided that the subjects of th...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 7 September 1883
Amllong the mieals whichll a?ntore hts bestowed on animals in general for the preservations and enjoyment of life, running, nays aMrcurialis, is thlio most imporitant. Since, thau, it is pointed out to us ylipyintuie, it must be in na highl deogrn "tuiociSut. It is very singular that we should snppureltlJ do all we can-which, fortunately, is not ihici--to make our children unlearn the art of running,. Onr earliest physcal treatment of thesm ' noms calculated to destroy their aptittitle for it; in a little time it is too often, the canu that the city, boy scarcely :dares look as' if he wishld, to run'we prohibit it so strongly as. vulgar, and i sh;ho?lle is morn grown up gentility stps il and prohibits'itt altogether. "Mblical prejudices and our own coltnvnieneo contribute like wise their shiie, and :never allow our children, .boys and girls, to acquire an art, innocent of itself, and ncesary to all .It is possible that a person may get injury from' runisig, but tlih fault is not in"...
THE MURDER OF A LABOUR VESSEL CAPTAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 7 September 1883
TiE: MTRIiUER OF A LABOR i ?'SSEL, CAPTAIN.. The partculare.of the murder of.Cnp - tain BRulhin, of the. BlorougltlBolle, were. related to. Cihltatinc Atlirill of the labor Iteacmer Jcbberl' ckh which, arriveil Ifroml Mackncy niI the.3LtlA.ugust They; are to. the eltect: that tle. Helle, the', Jabbermcrc k. nod thea. Ji:a-i were re-. cruiting oiff the islknd Arnltynt,and:the. luats of tihoJBelle weralandling retarmedt cilaitltr'. The' natives corpllditidlto. to the Govrrlernmt agent is aogpy. terms that a boy hlrd boeetakoetl? mord the Liz.ie. against his will antL wase kidnalpedm. ''The agent said that lie. coMld niot interfere, whoreupon the. ntlives asked for Cs'ptain. Bbilin:to, comne atul spciak with hi, andl see. into the matter for' them. lie did so, andt was irmet by a native, who is reported to be a civilised Kanaka, bearing it. good character from his i j:mpliyrs eatt, Mackay. This civilis?l Folynesitac i1-.' ducd the unsuspecting captain to pro- ceed until he became awair...
LASSOING A DOG. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 7 September 1883
SLASSOING A DOG.-. Ono of the dog-catching squad of the policn force yesterday invited our re. Iirter tLI make a little jaunt with him and write up a little article on the dexterity; of Detroit policoinn in rop ing in straiy canines; and after the ofllcer had ptorvided himself with hii outfit thli plii'hnaded for'the corner of Boeulliotenadd Oroghan strents, where a hig sray l dog: lhnd oscaped one of the snquadj two lhours ,.before. The corner wa-'nocotonly:theru,' hut likewise. the canino.'lIn sz lieb. was n' fair match for a yearling t lfl, nid in disposition all ho nsked was to? bo let alone... Ho wan lying alongside the fence in the shade,; and tih officer said it would be no tlroule itl l I to cure hin . SThnr i are varo; is I vnys .dfi catolii ian unlicensed dog, and way No4l .wnas first tried... Hef.wria coaxed!:withl a 'i6i;cd of beefsteitk'i'but prouliblly reason ing" that'it 'W-ad "i lt froi' thoe 'nock' insteand 'of.,tlho,, roiiiud .lio repolled', the otficer with la g*o...
TRUTH STRANGER THAN FICTION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 7 September 1883
TItUTHI S'TRANIGEI THAN FICTION. ' ensatiLsnal novelists, desirious of so qiring an interesting plut ready-made, are invited to study the will.cuse of (iravestock v. Vander Vyver, just de sided by. Mr. Justice Butt in ito Pro ' hate Court. They will find therein a story the truth of .which appears stranger than fiction. Only the ending will need to be alteredl for the sake of dramatic justice. For it wnoul not appear right-at least not in a nlovql that the wicked herl shotlld, through a long 'and 'e'enttfl life,. consistently and ipersistantly 'defy the ~ilirioetris ; and die at last, if not in tlieoodoina:of sanctity, yeot rich and happy withal,. throughl swallowingan e orange pip. Among his adventures it maylbe stated that he tir 'iiilariied uid divorcel in hRotterdami; that he came to Engiland and bedamo i bankrupt,, and - toook a" couple of mnistressea in. Iccession,.the latter of whlom, he wedded ; that this lady, having left hlin to live in Scot. land, wihOre sIte had two chii...
To Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 7 September 1883
To Correspondents. Tr is requested that Letterns at other commlunications intenditl for linser tilon in the news culanums be addressed to thue ISdltor. To avoid Ilconvenience and delay all busilcss eolllnlllunictonss iclluding or ders for the paper, advertisements, and remnittances should be addressed to thile puillushers, lirris, Scarce, and Co. Payments .tay Ie Iumdte by post oflice order, bank draft, or Victorian puostsge strrps. s -
EXTENSIVE ROBBERY AT FITZROY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 7 September 1883
EXTENSIVEI ROIBBERY AT FITZIROY. MIr. David Ballingall, working jewel ler, of 221 Snmith.street, Fitzroy, has reported to thelpolice that his premises were burglariously entered between the hours of seven and nine o'clock on Sun. lday night, during the absence of him self and family, and jowellory valued at £200 stolen. Mr.. Ballingall states that previousto. leaving his shop on the night.in question hoe made a careful sur vey of the pretnisos to ascertain if everything was secure, and in order to more completely guard egaist asn es trance being effected a window in one of the back rooms, which was devoid of a' latch, was fastened by ninaaens of a gimlet inserted thrlmgh the framework. Upon returning to his home, however, he foutnd that this window Iaul been broken open, and the shop thoroughly rnsssacked, empty jowellery lbaseeseilg scattered aill over the floor. Upon closer examnination DMr. Ballingsall states thathe found 31; gold and silverwatclhes, together with it quantity of ...
Calendar for the Week. SEPTEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 7 September 1883
calenidr for the Veel,. SEPTBE\mlti . , ," , "II~okt lOi TIIH 110O,. ou No . w M1ooti..... st at 11.64 p.m, S First Quarter..... lOtht t4.18 n11. S Full lan.:.... ... 17th at 7.21 n.m, ' ' Last Qnurtier....?3rd t 10.31 p.m. a a gpo00, 6h1. 1 • ]'origoc, lath. SS-i l6tIh Sundlay alter TrInIty 1) 1[ V.). Ind tlaken by Blritiah 180. II Tu S.S. luondrlrnn foundered 197q 1 1V. FIrst Port hilillp anil 183f" 138 T lichnca li[e of railhva opened 1864 14 F Duke of \Vollintonl died 18512 15 ? SA KIoin, erxlplorer.toundllI I.IIlitt 18111 Probable \Votitl..r,-StLormy seather un til thne eod of the next lu ation.