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FIGHTING ABOUT TRIFLE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 21 September 1883

VIGiTING ABOUT TRI IFE What a worl of trouble, tdne, und nerve. Irritation would ho saved, ft boys, andl' n`en too, would leam to never tr!ut trifling an noyances. Only the other day (says a con i;tt?olry). we evertse. one: boy telling another what a thintr hayhad sali' bot him, and urging?hhm.e " ick himn," "Oh," saold the second boy, "'tisn't worth minling. lie knows it ain't so, and I wont't stoop to his level by taking any notice 'of 't I" We in- waxnly thought, "that's a very wino heeal on, young shouldern." It reminisel us of two men, oeto of whom etnrtal on a foot journey of 1110 milel ora. Two days l?ter-the otlher' mea followed on the same road, onl on the fourth dlay overtook the trst one. The latter. '' remarked, "This is the worst and slnowvtlA;, oard I ever travellal. There Is the grentet lot of narling, harking littloe dlogif erersnw, "j and it hb taken half my time to drive bthOm not." "Why," said the second man, "I tidn't mL y any attention to them, bu)t camel right ...

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 corresponents, we shall be gald to insert communications bearing upon topics of public interest, which may be intelligently expressed and free from personalities, and condition of receiving the writer's real name, not necessarily for publication, but as guarantee fo good faith. THE £500 GRANTED TO MAKE ROAD TO THE PALING MOUNTAIN, YEA RIVER. TO THE ELTHAM SHIRE COUNCIL PERFAVOR OF EVELYN OBSERVER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 21 September 1883

Correspondenoe Without endorsing the opinions? of our ecr 'respondents, we shall be- glad to insert. conmsunicntiions hblrring upoe topies ot' publie intere-t,which may be.intrlllgently expresise sut free from persona;lited , (in couditioun oft tceluing the writer's rei? name, not necesisrily for publication, but. as a guarantee of good tithla.. THE 8500. GRANTED TO MAKE: ROAD TOTIIEPALINGMOUN TAIN, YEA RIVER. TO TIM ELTUAM SH111RE COUNCIL. Pr SAVO& OF EVELYN. OBaSAVEII. Gentlemon,-W- e deern it' our duty to point out to. you why your should un- dertake to carry out the worklconnmetel t witll the road above referrTd. to, lat. A.l shire Coumcil yue wouldt not be doing your duty it yo olbjecteuL or neglected to make this. road, whiclh would.directly benefit the district andll elsewhere, 2nd.. T'he money (£d00)) was got. without any solicitation. on, your port,, hence you ought to be tore solicitous. to.availyourselvesof it.. Ourrecsplcted. member has laboured diligevtly, to go...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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HEIDELBERG CRICKET CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 21 September 1883

HEIDELBERG CRICKET CLUB. The annual meeting of the Heidet berg Cricket Olub took place at the Old England lnotel, on Monday, the 10th inst., about twenty members being present. The Secretary, Mr. S. M'Cal lum, read the balance sheet, whichwaa adopted. A report of last season's doings was then placed before the mem hers, which showed that the First Eleven had played 22 matches, winning 6, losing 12, and having 4 drawn. The result cannot be looked upon as at all 'satisfactory, and may be ascribed to want of practice. It was resolved that as many of the playingnmombers as can find it convenient meet on Wednesday evenings for practice, during the en suing season. the season 1883-4:-Patron, D. C. M'Arthur, Esq., J.P.; president, C. S. Wingrove, Esq., J.P.; vice-presidents, Rev. A. J. Pickering, Dr. Bleeck, T. Davey, Esq., J.P., and J. Bond, Esq., J.P.; hona secretary, Mr. S. M'Callum; treasurer, Commercial Bank, Heidel berg; ground committee, Messrs. Hyslop, Mills and G. Bond; match comm...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
ANNIVERSARY OF THE HOPE OF GREENSBOROUGH TENT, I.O.R. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 21 September 1883

ANNIVERSARY OF THE HOPE OF GREENSBOROUGH TENT, I.O.R. The twelfth anniversary of the Hope of Greenabomugh Tent, I.O.R., was celebrated by a first-class tea and pub. lie meeting,on the 13th inst. T'he day be ing the usual typo of Rechabite meet ings, plenty of water in the salape of rain, which kept on all day with short intervals for a spell, which prevented a great number of people from surround. ing districts putting in an appearance. The tea and eatables were dispensed by Mliss Scotland, ably assisted by several other young ladies, who for theirgrace and liberality could not be surpassed. The usual out-door sports were kept up (in the shape of cricket, it it is a fair sample of Greenaborough cricketers, I should imagine the batsman's safest place would be behind the wickets. It would almost be a safe win for the English eleven if they ever visit this locality). Another game in which I do rived some amusement from being a spectator, was the old fashioned game of " Kiss in the Ring...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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CHRISTMAS HILLS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 21 September 1883

* CIIRISUAS .IIILLS. S r IRso A ooER-- PONsE---w .) SOn Friday evening, the 14th lnst, a meeting was held of the Penny Read -inop .Sclety, i .aoessoen with the i (Ihriltmas Hills' M?chlale' Ilstitdte,. Thoughthe roads were wetiand sloppy,it was fine overhead. .The moon shining beautifully 'clear, 'silvering the pistcles of water, hero and thereto be met with, and adding beauty to a picturealue dis trict, which, no doubt, helped to bring a goodly number to enjoy the entertain lment, with which every one seemed well pleased. Mr. Holding presided, and opened the proceedings by expres sing his pleasure at having. the honour of introducing to the audience a gent ulean who had not previously given his nassistance in carrying out the pro gramnme, and called upon Mlr. Charlton, who, after a few prefatory remarks, read in good style, and with s tine clear voice, a selection from " Uncle Tom's Cabhin," which was very interesting andl well received. ,Master William SSmith was nuxt-called upon,...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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Commercial. VICTORIA MARKET. Sept. 19. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 21 September 1883

Commercial. VICTOR[A MAllRKT.) Sept.19, Vegetables' : - Artlchokes, ground, d2 per lb ileet, Sd to 9d per do ten Carrots, nd to 8l per dozen bunches S'aulitlowers, 24 to 4s per'dozen Garlic, 8d to 1tl( per IbI Lettuces, k1d to Sd per dozen P'eas, 4d to 5d per Ib. Potatoes, i4 611 Iler cwt. u . ' lp it 5 to 8spr t zlp . rV t "" o Fruit : Apples, dessert, 9s to 12s per bushel Lemaons, Is to 2s per dozen, Orang.?, ts to 7s tiL per case Sl'ers, td to 4d per lb .Datry Phoduce: - .- lacon, 7d to 10ld per lb RIatter, 8d to lid per lb Cheese, 8d to Is per lb Hloney, (hi to 7d per Ib 1:ggs, d1 to Is daozen • Turke3ys; s .to 8Io per pair .' hbblts, 8d4 Is per Itelr • ..rD. Lovelock a?od Co. report, Sept..18:- Dairy Stock at the Corporation Yands, top of Ellzlbetli Street. Tlic untarket.last" week' was'well stppll and- con petition- fair. We yarded 38,.head, and sold 33 at prices rainging froms £12 Gtoownwards. ` Goid fair milkers fetching '£Sto £8; springets to £L6 5;; dry'vCnws, fconstIto 7I...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 21 September 1883

: · COALCH'NG. :, ROYAL [IA;.I,1 YAIIIIA FLAT'I AND 'QUEIKSTOWN ....... COACHE('IS. ',Leave Globe lHotel, SwnIutono.tReet, dalt , 3 30 p.m., bt way of Alphingin, Ivanhr.. IldlhherU"g; llthinl, ]ellgltron Grunud; '., ,teU: Illl, VWall' C:reek, J Christilanh llls.,. leaveYarra Flal, land Queenstown S,,,Eplllg coach Ihavesl th Globe ilotel ,daily a 3 pm .. f ''Messrs. KERR an d Co. Proprietors of the ,W WI A- NIB U RN S' 11DEG to.lnfrn tihe Irihabitantlls of Lily .) dale, Yarra Flaty,.pu!l, surr ntling • iltriiecla, that ihey ire now prelreil to .:SUPPLY' SAWN 'TIMBER ;,", - Or any dimenael6t and of ilthe'. i D .. E T, QUAIT4TY i,.ni SDelvere t ra Fla a t 10 ]ilydile, at t11 per 10-'lFuet"dlip'er{la, ;, r Ipreially I'selected I tim.Vier .fonr-XW h.elwrigbt •o Purppaes , t t llIe I u prtlO, et)epbtier., i :1 r i euI. eleri lho our l dilhi aIitte hi?l'cif .:'0pn liitl itienllon'0: l q;C1 iOr: ii il" "l".., ;:'. lin t ihe yaird ndjF iI illh : I chhivte ht 1 , i stl iaottllilO 11 ur1 I?li,...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 21 September 1883

The Imported Arabian Stallion SULT AN, Will stand this season at Ashley Park, Moranig. S S.ULTAN isna betliful grey, anl is id ' ,.mitted by the best jdlges to be one of the flnest Arabs yet imported. ie has been for nome yeses ithe fatrourite performing rtalllons I WTlson's celebrated Circus, where he has left some of his stock which are well and favourably known, having proved them. selves able to maintain the prestige of their noble sire. Took special prize at Whittlesea Show, 1882. Has proved himself a sure foalgetter. TERMS : £4. £2 to he paid at end of season, and £2 when ilare proves In foal. \lares provideal with grass until stinted, of which due nolice will be given. Every care taken of mares, but no responsibility. For further particulins apply, MAl(MKIKAN .310RS., Ashley Park, Morasg. : /The Clydesdale Sitlllon CONSERVATIVE TOM Will travel through Kangaroo Ground Yarra Flats, and surrounding districts C ONSERVATITE T)M is a beautiful .J rich bay, six years old, stands 17 ...

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HORSE AND DAIRY STOCK. Messrs. Campbell, Pratt, and Co. report:— Sept. 18. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 21 September 1883

H liORSE AMND DAIRY, STOCK. isrs.: Cuampbell, Pratt, and Co. report: Sept. 18. Horsea.-The marketduring the p~st week b had a much better supply of useful stock, and as buyers were willing purchasers, a sat. S°sfactory buriness wan canrried titrough. T'he demand for high class Iorsme continules. Orders for npstanding hackneys and hIarues sorts being difficult to fultil. Carriage pairs, young and well trained, are wantett. Ilian shippers still operating. Omnibus and strong harnets colts making gaod averages, and draughts of suitable quality firm at late quotations. On Tueslay we submittal, andi sold on account of Mr. Wm. Learmonth his recentlyimportll onnan Perchemron stallions " Figam," selling at 260gs. to Mr. Darchy of Oxley Plains. "Musltaphu," 18Og. to "Mr. Campbell Dingalear. lnarwon River, N.S.W. "Ilaznnl," 240gs., to Mr. Tiohs. M'Farlanl, North Yathoug, Jerildvrie. "L'ALricaine," S170gs. to Mr. A. Dians, Ararat. Oar other sales have been buggy anl light carriage pairs, £415 t...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 21 September 1883

" A .U S TI A A Tl T N t' . ' Grain 8 Produce Corn -......... . .Pant. M'OM EGOi; ,_ GORDO()N & COn, 82 BOUIlCKE S'I:TUKt WEST, . , . o?'Ei UI E.),: ' . ' "EC VE?l, ronnmenlts nf. Grain and . i lairy Produce, andinulke alvlannes ' thereon. : . -", i . . ' 'I'lle Grain Sale is lhld evenry TUESDAY t :'the elbournie Corn E1'elhitge. 1 , t 'I h I iry ls !ai arnitield.nt..Ihe ('oum Cony's l;i.ims, 02 tionrkm.strert IWestl, Mel u.neure; at II-a.m ;on'WlCDNI:SI)A:Y and 0 ,R?IDAY. , I I 0o2r Sellin al uitter Casl SulNpplle d. HATdtY C. ELDERTOb N I P 'General M i.ge i tho Co o o t ~i'. e M'LEAN- BROS".;& RIGG, Importers. :. HA=RD W., .R?E E. )ard METAL ` MER &NTS, 69'EI.1%ABISi:TII S''11sETAO apctL[lNs ]'LACI, 1:t I:l 'iTLE COLLINS 't'iteELT AND 9'0 BsUI't. STREET WEST, - . :C4 Melbourne: E t A l: I?.'tt 1860. J. F Dunning Co., Azichioticrs & Produce Sles 5 Queen-street, Melbourie, nA RI a w 'prepare: tn receive Cheese, .. utter,-Eggs, i.Balon, lloney,- dnis,...

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The Evelyn Observer. Published Every Friday. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 21 September 1883

he ._ Q c Obbreln Q asterver . Pnblished Ererjy 1Friday. FRIDY, SEPTEMBERI 21, 1883. Tuxs. Local Government ,AnAonhlment , Bill now before the Legislaturo is: oeio II; which effects allparts of th:icolony, and in which coluntry districts should take the liveliest interest. 'The state Council gives no indication as to how se the endowment 'clause is to be dealt er with ; neither does it show if any pro . vision is to bemade for the want of tollsi; or whether or no the present bad system of distributing special votes is a. to continue. A great deal of cor c, respondence has taken place with reference to the alteration proposed in the financial year, the election of councillors, the election of auditors, and who shall not be treasurer. Those are the most salient points about which it appears those who are mostly interested differ. As regards when the financial ' year of local bodies should close, we cannot see what diffebrence it can make to them, and if the change is sought to assimil...

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A Flattering Reminiscence. CHAPTER III. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 21 September 1883

The next morning we started early, Intent s on the wholesalo slaughter of patridges ; and on this occasion Fred hurt his hand so Severely as to incapacitate him from joining our future expedilions ; In fact, every pos. slbie combination of circumstances favorable I to my advancement in the good graces of Mr. Merrick, seemed to surround. me. To say what an effort It required to submit cheerfully to his perpetual presence would be impossihle. He appeared, after a little, to regari my continual companionship as a matter of course; and so well had I acted my part, thlst the lman actually ,belleved I enjoyed his society. Presuling, therefore , ton my estabhllshed ppularity, I ventured casually, on an oceasion that appeared favourable, to introduce the subject of his niece into one of our convermations. * Ah," said he, and his frey grew hard Instantly, '" lella requires to be watched closely. She is at honest tnd nohle-minded herallf, that toet ennont unslerstalI the mercenary desigsu of ...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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HEIDELBERG SHIRE COUNCIL [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 21 September 1883

HEIDELBERG SHIRE COUNCIL The ordinary monthly meeting o the above Shire Council met at the Council Chamber, Heidelberg, on Wednesday, 12th inst., the members present being the President (:r. Scotland) and Cr. Bond, Smith, Studley, N. Ellis. and Bamfield. ERRESPO5DEN'Ca. aLetters exchanged between thie Sur a veyors of Heidelberg and Jika,respecting - the qunlity of a heain that had been a supplied by the former for the repairs of the Darebin Creek Bridge, and which I the Jika Council condemned on account a of its being "pipy," and which they: n accordingly refused to accept on any a consideration. The following "imemo" o was also read :- . a "In reference to the correspondence a just read, I think it is only due to the members of the Jika Council to express - my opinion that the error into which 4 they have, as I conceive, fallen is an ex a- cusable one, having arisen out of their d total inexperience in such matters. I t, consider I am justified in using the qualntea with tº e osunl...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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The Evelyn Observer AND South and East Bourks Record, Published Every Friday Morning. SUBSCRIPTIONS: [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 21 September 1883

AND South and East Bourke Record, Published Every Friday Morning, Subscriptions: 'Three months, n adlvance, a ad r on etedi, as ed. Six months, nI adai?ce, as r on eredit, 7o. Twe've mo -th, o -dvaci.e I'i oa credit. -0ms ersons wishdl g to become suhabribers may do so by sedig their a mm1inat any time to this ole.. Those wishing ato disontoine being sob. scribers most give writtemn otd to that effect and pay up all areas. Advertiements :-Tweuty words, for one insertion1 Is. 20o to So words, 2. . per lnch, Is. ad. ; births, marriages, and deaths, Is ed each insertion. A large disount allowed upon all, adver IlementsI nserted for three months or up wards, Advertlsemento not bearing the number of timae to be Iuoerted on the copy, will be conttinoe and charged for luntil a written notice to stop them is received at this offce Of all kinds done at Low Prlces, with vent. an.. and dfatdal, at ths " Ielya Ohbserv'e 0111, KaePIngo grani. SCHEDULE A.-(RULE 4.) Notice of Applioation fbi Gold ...

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The Evelyn Observer AND South and East Bourke Record, Published Every Friday Morning. SUBSCRIPTIONS: [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 28 September 1883

AND South and Bast Bourke Record, Published Every Friday Morning. Sc?saunolCPTo I Three months, in advance, 2s 6d 1 on eoedit, 3s 6.1. Six months, in advance, Os ; on credit, 7s. Twelve months, in advance, 10s ; on credit. 14s. -o Persons wishing to become subscribers may do so by sending their names in at any time to this office. Those' wishing to disconltiue being sub scribers must give written notice to that effect and pay up ill arcars. Advertisements :-Twenty words, for one Insertion, Is. I 20 to 30 words, 2s. s per ;nch, 2s. Cl. I births, marriages, and deaths, 2s _d each Insertion. A largo discount allowod upon aill advor tiscments inserted for throe months or up. wards. Advertisements not bearing the nulmber of times to bo inserted on the copy, will be continued and charged for ulntil a written notice to stop them Is received at this onilce

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 28 September 1883

Tire STrANGER iN LO?DON. -That the areat City will ere long be. hardly recognis able by its former denizens, all the world has heard. Thile visitor passing up the Thames now finds his eye gratified by the many edi flees recently erected. As he reaches the famous Victoria Embankment, there rises eiror him on the right lhand the new Timer omice, and on the left hand the new tower. crownled works of Messrs. Jartes EPrs & Co., both phases of Italian architecture. It may be said that thosee two buildings are types of a far reaching business energy of the nineteenth century, for it has resulted from such mrans that these two establish. ments have brought themselves to the fore, and that the annual issue of each has come to be estimated by millions. During the last year, the number of coples of the Times is estimated at 10,270,000, while the number of packets of Err's CocoA sent off in tirhe rame period is computed at 14,749,695 The latter is a large total, when it is borne in mind...

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LIBEL ACTION BY A ROMAN CATHOLIC PRIEST. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 28 September 1883

LIdIEL ACTION BY A ROMAN ..- CACTHOiOlIC PRIEST. A Roman Catholic priest nsnmed J. B. Collier brought no inctiou in the iMaryborough County Court on Friday last,. claiming &C250 from the proprietors of the Rlarsyb.orouh,/ Standlard, for libel. The following outlinqp.of the case is t'koen fromn the Standrrisd's rj6i.iit? - " Mr. M['l)uriintt; in opening the ease, said the plnihncillf eas a Roman Cithollic clergyman, ,having charge of the exten sive.parish of iMsaryborouglh and Cnris. brook, and brought the present. action ih. vindication of' his oharactor as a Christian clergyman. The libel con sisted of tlhei following' paragiaph : 'IThe system of terrorism practisedl by certanisn olail .Cattholic priests townirds their lnrislhoners in oxtortinlg tmoney is evidently carried on in the Maryborouglh disticidt'" Iiis reveloenco' wiss dboiig' a doodoro.lo'or snivass iri Carisbrook. His beggintg wa. yliblerally responded to by thoso,Iwlho could. allford ,it, anld those who could n...

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NATURE'S LADY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 28 September 1883

-"` NATUREi'S LADY, -0 Three years she grew In sun and shower, Then Nature said, "A loveller flower' On earth was never sown ; This child I to myself will take,. She shall he mine, and I will mako A luly of my own. M'yself will to my darling .lbe BIoth law and Impulse; and with me SThe Girl, in rock and plain, ". In earth and heIven, tn glade and bower; Shall feel n overseeing poiwer To kindle or restrain Shi ishall be aportive as the fawn SThat wild with glee across the lawn Or up thOe mountain'springs And hera shall be tle breathing balm, And helr the silence ind tuhe calm'. Of mute Iisensat tlhings ' "The floating cloubds thelir sfata shall lend`' To her; for her tihe willows beond t; Nor shall sre foil to sen IEven in the motions of the storm C race that shall mould the maiden's form Ily silent sympathy. "Thlestar, of midlighttshll he dlcar .iTo he r;, and she shall dlean her car e'4' in imasy a secret placeo Wi here rivulets dance their waywanl round, And beauty born of mnurmur...

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Calendar for the Week. SEPTEMBER—OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 28 September 1883

lcatendar for the W lccit. 8K PTltlellplt .-iC l't)(1II. 1I'Atita oI TItO IUTu. - Now Maoon........ It at 3.31p.m. Flrot Quartort..... 9 II at 8 p in. " Full M?oM...... ..illh at 4.20 p.mt. S e List Qlarter .... 2:lrd at 9.37 IatI1. ti Now Moon........ . t at 6.37 i.m. : Apogee, 4th & Slnt. Perigue, 7thl., 30 Suo leh Htluday after Trlllnity II M iMell. later. Elxhihid|iiIn opened 1880 2 'l'u lt tranrt of wool ilowal Morray 1853 I:1 WBold dcllecvrrcdl at Stelglito 185 41 Tu Flood lin Mlelhourne I18il i F Capta l n Ctok lantlel in N.Z. 17tIl 4 SA Mart harn'&lli: I)?untlilv lit. iputd 1874 I'robabln Wisther.-l niingauhblu with rain or willd. To Correspondents. r in r?queated that Letter, and other rI n la arelllt alll Iliat l .tnllar firal allaltr rcot aaaati tounlitinend foied f uir . thion i l thall llatullni nliena hai allre.a edi to the Ihilhtir. T'h, avalt I lc ,naaI nieanii .laa tiui1 an hla'y all hll iner caaiiiaiaillllll ai llt (ti lill llill lir* ir ll ir the i...

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NATIVE OUTRAGE IN NEW BRITAIN. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 28 September 1883

NATIVE OUTRAGE IN NEW BRITAIN. FromnCaptain Frnocis,of the schooner Meg Merrilios (says the ]Fii Argr.s of 131th July), we have obtained the fol lowing particulars of an outrage which occurred at New Britain on the 10th of May last, as related to him by Mr. Carroll, a trader for the firm of Godeffroy and Co., of Samoa :--" It appears that the master of the schoonier Fanny, of Queensland, on arriving at that island for the purpose of recruit ing, obtained at the first town visited an interpreter, and with him proceeded in one of the ship's boats, in company with the Govornment agent and a priest, who was a passenger, to a dis. tant village, for the purpose of obtain ing laborers. At this village the interpreter was recognised as a renegrleo member of the tribe, and inmmediately sot upon and slaughtered him, his head being clove open with an axe. The body was recovered and taken into the boat, but when it was found that life was extinct it was hurried in the sea. As the schooner was l...

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