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Correspondence. Without endorsing the opinions of our correspondents, we shall be glad to insert communications hearing upon topics of Without endorsing the opinions of our correspondents, we shall be glad to insert communications hearing upon topics of public interest, which may be intelligently public interest, which may be intelligently expressed and free from personalities, on condition of receiving the writer's real name, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EVELYN OBSERVER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 28 September 1883

Correspondeuneo. Without endorsing tile opinions of our cor respoonlents, we shalli be gKl. to insert conuouicuatiotlHns eariing iuip l toples of publilo interest, which Billy he intelligently expressed ntd free fronm personalitie, on couditlon of receiving tile writer's real iname, not necesairily for publieation, but as a guar!nutee of goo(Rd tlt.i TO THE EDITOR OF THE EVI?L?tYN OBSERVER. SlIr,-Wtll you kindly allow umo space in your valuable paper to reply to the letter that appeared inl your issue of last week, parliorting to be from more than one rate payer in the East litding of the Shire of Eltlnam, in reference to tile £500 on the ?tianite for the construction of the Splitlers' road. "llatepayes" (if they hlcn tepayers in realiiy) go on to give reasons rwhy thl Shire Council should construct the road Ini question. 1st. ." As a Shire Council they would not he doing their duty if tie road is not constructed which would directly beneflt the district," I deiny tile assumption of...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
FARM CALENDAR FOR OCTOBER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 28 September 1883

FARM CALENEAR FOR O0TO;, BER. (inow M'lvou'S FARMSI 'S ANNUAL.) With the beginning of 'this: month, in the average of the Australianl dis tricts, the poling of hops requires to be attended to, where that industry is followed. Tile poles; one to each plant, should be placed about nine inches in the ground, and about six inchesfromn the sets. When the hop bine has attained a length of from 12 to 15 inches, it should lie carefully trained round the polo from right to left, precautions being taken not to injure the point of the bine. Then tie with a piece of rush, or other handy material, and let the tying be done slackly, so that it will' not interfere with the free growth of the hop plant. In early districts, poling may be done during the first year, and a moderate crop obtained. Unless the lines are very strong, more than one should not be allowed to climb. Not more than two in any case should be allowed to' remain, all the other suckers bcingg cleared away. October is a good month o...

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 — 28 September 1883

0? nal klinds Bono nt Law 1IPcen, willt wIlt Hess andr dCRIpnteh) I f hin " Irvolyn Olllervor" Olllen, Itallyaroo Glnlnlld. £3000 2s.Od. £3000 A Colossal Fortune for IIa!f a-Crown. THE " GREAT VICTORY" SWEEP On the SMELBOURNE CUP, 1883, To be BRin on' tho 6th November. Tr1IISGlgontic Sweepl, offerlnrdvantages '." to tlhe public never before attempted, is the property of a bonajlide Comllpany, with responsihle directors. CAPITALi £10,000,o. divided into 80,000 i;: BShares of 2.. . each. Alsoo, over 1000 Prizes guaranteed, and dis. `. ' trlhuted as follows : lot horse ... £3000 40 prizes at £25 £1000 2nd horse...' 1010) 100 do 10 l1)oo Sid horse... 500 2110 do 5 lOnl Starteradivide 500 750 do I 715 Non-'tarers do250 _ 20prlzesatol tlouto Total £10,00o0 1 1Wo shall send 0 tickets for a pound. Not less than 2 sent to ny single address. Send P. 0. order, cheques, or bank notes. If stamps are sent, add exclhanlge at the rate of In In the pound. Should coln he sent, reg??ter letter. Please...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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Commercial. VICTORIA MARKET. Sept. 26. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 28 September 1883

Commercial. a VICTOR IA. MAKILGKT. Sept. 2!. Vegetables.. ' 'Artichalr'., gWrnnl, 2d per lb lice t; ?li to Pt per do?n ?e " (arroto eIkt to i1 per dozer bunches S i aulltlower, 2. to 4s per :doze Garlic, 8d to Ill?Ier It. ,. Leettuce, t;d to 8dl per dozen Iens, It4 to Id per Ith. I utatoes, 4s to .* Gd per ewt. S Fruit: Apples, do~nert, P9 to 14s per hushel L .entos, is to 2is per dozen,, Onra;el, Oi tu'7o er ci ea iairy 'Mluec : anro?l. 7d to O(kd per Il ulsttetr. l to l per'b . (tie..e, idt to a set 1it1 Ithtey, Gn l to 4 i1 tI'e 1 L ]g,: I tt IId Id lper do?.te I. nu . i 14 I Ist perl.dt. Il en,:ast to 4 tal per pair l'ientags.2 to 2s old per pair Pork, Ot to Sd per l i - Tulrkeys, 7s to I~ per pair ltabbitt, 0?d Is per pair ). Loveochk al Co. redlwt, opit. .0 :- 1. uISalIrv Stock nt tihe Cnoporaniiot Yatls, top o? f 1. IhDptbutth - 1?t:"; 'Tllm'r hnarkit"-Inat'.",eck Swii bettdr slppidll thin ft.r 0mie iume .past. We. ytntred i5 rws nnld sold 47 at pricet tnlgigl to I £1 4 1s; s...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 28 September 1883

COALCING. --"r * ROYALU MATL' LINE OF COACHES YA1III( ILATS AND,. QUEIENSTOWN COACiIiS. :];rud Globe itIlli, So,11111 louloll eel, 1s111 Ilfd.J Lezavu'a'errlE l Falat, and . Qewietlowe 04ltjL?0.1l 1o : hIa ,t:pltuir c g .C leC!taves11the lob9 e 'Ihote dtily at 3 Itill. M e Co.·~"' '·· IDessrs.IK ER'RI a-d Co. I Proprictors'9Cf the E"W.A..N BR Nl BB~r. to infirm tli inha ldtalbflil of1 LIIJy dale, Yarral Flats, nod111 aiirrouiilllug dietriot tllcat they are no1w preparue'to i' SUPPLY SAWN TIMl ER .; 1 , Or niy dnio(In I nRdIl OnFitlof 11ieir BI ,ES T Q, U ALIT l Preiivarl nt Yat r'Yr lute, n" 10tslOb. no11d 1.ilydnle:Rtlls perioi Folet ioilrI also, (Ii-ceilliy, apircirli timbler I fl~r :'Iiiiriirrigllt J.3orpolde1 ltit I to Ci 11cr loll Fkctrliitlr. Mr `i II crrio; norLiytlyiio dgentt; Io opent 71 to receive Irdtlers, whiclt will t ·tr,wtvlhl .,At o up011 liltyl lf . iiiitir Ill nliwnyl kept Ipl thle llittrlloi lnlliIyttitcile tirIililo]lult, 4,os~PrH;;j..sTE~9in Undcrutoico BPLD~ING...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 28 September 1883

The Imported Arabian Stallion SU L T.A N, Will stand this season at SAshley Park, Morang. S ULTAN is a beautiful grey, and is ad. ' itted by the best judges to be one of the nelust'Arabs yet imported. lie has beei for some y,0rs the favourite performing stallion in Wilson's celebrated Circus, where he has left some of his stock which are well slid favourably known, having proved them. selves able to maintain the prestige of their noble sire. Took special prize at Whittlesea * Show, 1882. lies proved himself a suro failgetter. TElIS : £4. £2 to he paid at end of season, nuid £2 when mare proves in foal. Mares providedl with grass until stinted, of which due notice will be given. Every care taken of mares, but no responsibility. For further particulaers apply, M?ACMiEIKAN AIDOS., Ashley Park, Mlorang. . 'Theo Th'oontighbred Stallion TOMBOY Will aogin stand at Sunnyside Farm, Yarra Flats. SrIOMBOY, by Peter Wilklins; damn Colra .1 by Duke of Argyle. Tomboy is a rieh chesnut color, stan...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
HORSE AND DAIRY STOCK. Messrs. Campbell, Pratt, and Co. report:— Sept. 25. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 28 September 1883

lOlRSE AND DAIRYX STOCK. Messr?. Campbcll, 'mrtt, and Co. report : Scpt. 25. IorsLe.-lusineSl t has been fairly active mad the week's turn ovcrsatisfactory. liates are firm for serviceable brokeu in Ihorsce, nud as ssupplics still continu light, lil country lots to h!nd met an excellent demantl. ]luyet art giving good prices for muatchtsI buggy and cnrriage pails, weight carrying Ihackoneys od superior harness sorts. Indian and omnthuso colts Rwantei nd draughts both heavy and light have ibeen to fair enquiry. lMarket ptoapcuts gneramlly arc encouraging. We sold MIr. J. Trwtrmal's imlportal draught stallion "ltoyal Sovereign" to Mr. Thlo. lill,, for service at Wangamrtta; a lso at our bazaar buggy pairs, L382 to LIOt; superior sruldlu and harneuts horscs,L26 to 1l8S; In dian Iores. L21 to L27; onmitus anid coacthitg colts, LIt to L25 ; extra Ieavy draughts,?? L4o to L8 ; light mediutm and heavy, L241 to L'3 ; country mobs averagled LIo 1 Is d, 1.12 i1s, and L18 lis 6d per head each ...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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ANDERSON'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 28 September 1883

ANDERSON'S CREEK. (FROtM OUR OWN CORIRESPONDENT.) We are daily expecting a party of gentlemen fronl Mehllauno to visit the Pig `Tail Quartz Claim, preparitory to work Ieoing recometnnced in the claim. I believe it is the intention to fturther sink the mtain shaft 50 teet and work oul the Iacks. Good gold was showing in the floor in the No. 2 and 3 shafts in thue private property when they loft off. M'r. Grant is pushing on with his tunnel on the dyke, and is getting out a crushfug from the Hope claim. I have not as yet heard whether any definite arrangements have been come to between hli and the Crown Cotn pany, altllough there is some probability of a imutial settlement at last. Tlhore is nothing fresh inl"connection with the other claims, and as no pros pecting is being carried onM no further discoveries are likely to be made. The severo opidettlie of colds, or inl Iluenza, is gradually subsiding with tlhe more settled, warm weather. Everything' denotes the fullness. of spring and...

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BATCHELORS' BALL AT ANDERSON'S CREEK. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 28 September 1883

BATCHELORS' BALL AT ANDERSON'S CREEK. This pretty little township last Fri day evening presented quite a holiday appearance ot the occasion of an invi. tation ball given by about a dozen of its resident ibttchelors. About fifty invitations were issued and cordially respondled to. Kangaroo Ground, Paln ton Hill, Tomplestowe, Ynrra Flats, \arrandtlyto, and Doncaster being well represented. The "queen's" weather that prevailed certainly enhanced its success, ind the arrival of the guests in convreynces and on horseback caused quite i stir. The local Mechanics' Institute was tested to its fullest capacity, and then was insuflicient for tie dmands for dancing roomn. Dancing commeunced a little after 8 o'clock and was vigorously kept up until 12 o'clock when refreshments were partaken of, this departmeontheingunder the eotlicient care of MArs. J. Jones. After the good things had been disposed of dancing was again renewed and kept up until the grey dawn of morning, when the party separated...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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A TERRIBLE MOMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 28 September 1883

A IS?LEt[lIL ? MOaENT.,r Tlhe ,9ao J"',cio scb Jhullleti roe lntes the following sensational occur rnce:- ",A old 'mana' livilng in Marshall county recently 'mot.wth a no experience which hee. will not soon forget. Hle was walkiig'douwn the Baitimore and Ohio railroad, hoant a mile boeond Moundsvillu'nnil' lnear lHuggin's 'mill, late in the 'ovenieg, whon lhe heaird a train codming in the distance. A few yards below w'a a bridge which the old man thought lie colld cross .before the approachling trdiiu reached it.' lie started :raidly, but as hle stopped upon the1tics:'the train appeared in sight. It was still some ihstaiice nivay, and he inooreaed his speed, in hopes that he would clear the bridge. i 'Sildenly his fijot slipped 'on o'ne of'ihi.?ily' ties, andl. he, was thrown to his knees'betwoon the rails. Ah 'ho 'rose he glanced toward the train,'iiril his bloitd must have turned cold w'helio ie sIw it just coming inlto the' covered bridge it:0 speed which quick as thnnglht anuihi...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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The Evelyn Observer. Published Every Friday. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 28 September 1883

tu bli .sdet .E er !!y F ;ridau y . -FiID)LAY, SI,1l'IF111il11i 28, 1483. WcV are glad to see an attempt mande once nitre to legalise rmining tupon pri vato propertl. Although we do ' not advocate to act.arbitrarily in cases of acquired legal rights, we would like to see all the gold" abstracted from the soil. The present Bill proposes that power ie given to the owners of'anurior ons land, and those who are willing to mine to agree as to terms, but inl the event of this not talting place, the war den steps in and compels an agreement being.arrived at. This mode, however, will prove too expensive, and the indi vidual migiers will not avail themiselves of its provisions, unless where a rich lend of gold is. traced to private pro perty, but will be diferoent with conm pinies," w ovill be able to work mines on private property at far less royalty thion is exacted from tlhe at the pre sent tiime. As it would be wrong to ignore vested interests without giving fair coimpensation, we scarce...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 28 September 1883

A t t' IItA1,I A N Grain & Produce CQf1T 1. = _ - any. .. . - At . (it · O -l.. (tOi. II & '..t "t'sit Il Ii,'tlON sruilw 1 -.Cu. 1 78 tICI IVI? eoutmsionutrlxse ' of frirt nsi 1 Lb': hairy. Hrnln'riigs al iisko 'il ilvsitco .I'lie (trit l Salt ii lristeirr y 'I'INSI)DAY `pt tl.2ttelboisisie.Cue0 Nxrtliiioc.- " Iiii lii.isy. Sel,, Inc iii tit ip~ C(ool ills *l Ilssg'u."2 Ilos, ks-sliest West, Molo 'siorsi.. at I1tw n nu sWit V t". h I) AY will s'ill Siwkoiulsj Millser Casks hiuppllsd., J IAI~ltY C. EII(.URUTQ;, Goessiii Mt~iuih itsstlis C'illllsuiiy. M`d1!4`.AN ` BROS. &C RjG6, i· , if, and METAL MIERCH d.NTS, 1I ,sGI 555 LI l'l' IN Cl IILNi S'iINI'. A N .s Qt Iit l~tl~it~l S'ti'itF'I1 WNi'l' : '~·I' Melbo'~s no. SF: Dunning' "& Co., ~4'C~,~& P.' oduýc tSales ,jQxsecn strcct, "Melbourne10. ii usa ;iepainrrl'~tor rfeeiv Chkeies, 1 to Ii r: iou ', Macil, IIuoes.; ,but., s;ntltry,,utia 'rutigce p f every cesc~ripliul l s1u(. By3. Auction orP'S'ij...

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HETERODOX PAPERS. (CONTRIBUTED.) [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 28 September 1883

H IETERODOX A.PEIRS. S(coTrtiinuTsp.)Y t /. Orthodoxy is rather a queer thing, and appears to me to, lave atotimes rather queer notions.. O iio phase of which was fully exeniplified-blih? the events of the historical Black Wednes day, and since then by the clearance of several clerks from the General Post' Ollfic and other departments. Orth. dloxv says that so soon as an employee' reaches the august and venerable age of sixty years he is no longer fir for ser vice-he is no longer capabloe of fulfil-: ling his duties-he has no longer.his physical force or his ieuntal' faculties ashout him, and so; says orthodoxy, dis miss him, or if you cnn't:dismiste him pension him off; in fact, !oirthodo.ky lays down. the 'law, that, when a man reaches. sixty ,years of ago lhe bcopomes imbecile, and is no lotnger fit to he cilm ployed, at all events by' iln"'orthodox government.. Heterodoxy on tho other hand takes quite a diflbrent vio, of the sahjct. It says-whilo allowintg, that there mtay: y e,...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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Circumstances. CHAPTER I. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 28 September 1883

CHAPTRRtI, " And you really have neir hl a lover, snever hall an offer of marriage I" exclalmed iMrs.';eanman to her. .frlend;' Katol Greyl' " and yet you are just In?yago--twenty.twol I havo Iben married a' whole year, alndihave lhad lovers ever slnce ..1,an remember, noy. thing I .And'yet..you- are more attraclivo than I nou," persisted Mrs. Seamait" l and have a fortune Of two hlundrel a'- year into the bargain ; and let le, inform you, Kit bey, as a sage nmairrled .woman, that that lt. a great :eoislderation. In the eyes of the etoaulio gender.' "Clreumstancees,. nmy: dear,.;rule ',these Ihhilg, I suppose,' laugh:l Kate, ishowlinl, as slhn dill so, a set of small teeth of dpearly 'hinoless,. 1 ."-_1 ?Tl' ' There was a great: cotrast, between the frields, 'People 'ofe? w'ondered holity they couhll posdbly htavo l hacilL'eo anhli for they .weer ns oppo'plte? Ii hylJeally::as tnentilly. Ilolon Senama was essentlally t what would he termeitl a- fle wteanito ll and hlandstllo , with ...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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BULLEEN SHIRE COUNCIL. ORDINARY MONTHLY MEETING. MONDAY, SEPT. 24, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 28 September 1883

BULLEEN SHIRE COUNCIL ORDINARY MONTHLY MEETING. MONDAY, SEPT. 24, 1883. Present—Crs. Smedley (President), Laidlaw, Hutchinson, Dowd, Stiggants, Williamson and Petty. Cr. Petty on his re-election for the Doncaster Riding made the necessary declaration. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and confirmed. CORRESPONDENCE.           From the Public Works Department, notifying appointment of auditor, also, remuneration to be £2 2s per day, and 10s 6d per day extra if special audits   necessary. From the Executive Committee of the jubilee of Municipal Council, stat- ing that the presidents of councils would hold and enjoy the same privileges as those who were appointed to attend the International Commission. Applications for subscriptions and and annual reports were received from the undermentioned :—Lying-in-Hos- pital, Melbourne ; Orphan Asylum, Melbourne ; Infant Asylum, Mel- bourne. From Mr. Keys, M....

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The Evelyn Observer. Published Every Friday. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1883. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 5 October 1883

IO4t bic1itn @bserucr. Published Every Friday. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1883. Tul question of immigration occupies the; attention of a largo number of locdalbodios, from Whom petitions have Ioe-i te;sming into Parliament for the last few months. The petitions, as a rule, set forth that the *scarcity of labour retrinls espegially farming pur suits.?.' Olonlst 4his.his been felt for y rr,..aztdiwrb.it ir t oforth,?iid idof machinery and now inventionsi:in that line, farming, as far as cultivating the soil-is concerned,-could not be curried on with dny'degreo-of paofit, and as it is it cannot be denied that a'largeo por tion of arable land all- over the colony has been put undorgrasses--a state of things' entirdiy 1disappiove~l of by 'the very class that oppose imminugration, which mieais this,-if it'neans ainything, that farmers should be compelled to eultivatnt thlie sil:'whatever tliq cost might be. It should be apparent to everybody that the. scarcity. of labor prevents the' 'cir&amp...

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CONCERT AT HEIDELBERG. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 5 October 1883

;+CONOERT AT HEIDELBERG. In March last an accident happened to Mr. James M'Hugh, an old and respected resident of Heidelberg, by which he was deprived of the use of an arm. A movement has been set on foot to endeavour to have him taken into the Government service of the Railway Department, and in the mean time 'some local gentlemen interested themselves in getting up a concert for his benefit. The concert took place on Tuesday,. 18th Sept., and proved a great success, over four hundred being present, and the Hall was densely crowded in every part, numbers being unable to obtain admnission. The performance commenced by the Orchestra playing the lively and stir ring march in the comic opera of Boccaccio' This was followed by the well-known and ever-green farce on . titled "Box and Cox." The characters being sustained by Mr. B. Mills (J. Box), Mr. F. Saunders (J. Cox), and ,Mr. T. H. B. Taylor (Mr. Bouncer). These gentlemen succeeded exceedingly well,and evinced considerable histrionic...

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LILYDALE POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, SEPT. 28. (Before F. Hare, Esq., P.M., and Messrs. J. Lithgow. J. B. Elmes, J. Rourke, R. Black, R. de Castella and E. Hunter, J.P's.) [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 5 October 1883

LILYDALE POLICE COURT. FRIDAY, 8A-T. 28. (Before F. Hare, Esq., P.M., and Mnesrs. J. Lithgow. .. J. . Elmea,J. Rourke, R. Black, ' . de Castella and E. Ilunter, J.P's.) Police v. W. Jackson for cutting down a tree on the public mrad. Defendant having cleareo the tree away was discharged with a caution. Same v. Ann Manigan for neglecting to send hIer child to school the required number of clays, during quarter ending 30th June. Fini 2s Ald auld 2s Od costs. Same v. James Ilrierty, one child, third of. fence. Final 20l and 2s i costsl... Sname v. John Williams, one chil, third of. fence. Final 20s and 2s id costs. Slame v. Francis Ileff, one child, third of fence. Filedi:20 and 2s lOi costs. Same v. I'. Woulfe, one child, fratoffence. Fined 2s Gd and 2s t'l costs. Same v. Mary Goudall, one child. Fined 2s l11 and 2s idl costs. Mrs. J Slater v. J. Hilliard--Debt of 42 10s for hoard and residence. Defentant of feral to day 0I per week, which was no. cepted: cepl. amllton v. C CCork-Debt...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
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FUN AND FOLLY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 5 October 1883

FUN AN)D FOLLY. Aunt Ester wan trying to persuade little Eddy to retire at sunaot, using as an argument that the little chickens went to roost at that time. "Yes," said Eddy, "hut then, Aunty, the old lion always goes with them." Wife: " Why, George, I do beliove you've IIeon taking too much wile." Grorgo (who lives in Brooklyn and has just returned homn after a lively eve nsing) : "Wino ? Nonlsesna, dear. I've just (Iie) coome over the bridge and it's gadn mue dizzy, that's all." " Cnptsin, we are ontir'ly out of nm nmunitionl " saidl the orderly.sergeaut of It cotlplany to ail Irish captain inl one of the regiments of the Union arm'ly at the battle of the Wilderness, "Entirely nout?" ''il the COnlpiin. "Yes, entirely out." " Then cinse iring I" said the c apitin,

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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
WHITTLESEA SHOW. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer, and South and East Bourke Record — 5 October 1883

WHITTLESEA ?HOW. The Whittlesee show, under the auspices of the Vitoria Agricultural Society, was held os Tueslay last, 2nd inst.,under mostbavsable eicrumstances -thatoflne weather--which brougi to gether a larger number of pople thamon any previous eeasima fair rsex, for a radious of fifteen miles, was well o presentd. In fact it was made a rgu lar outing day, far and near, ooasequetly making the pretty township of Whittle sea quite attractive. Few districts, it any, in the colony deserve patrohsising more than the valley of the Plenty. Not withstanding its spoiliaturb.to benefit the metropolis, yet were it to get what it is entitled to, which is a railway, it would be the finest outing out of Met bourne. Am reganrs theo' faures of the show, the attendance was verygood and the exhibits,'on the whole, ?hore numer ous than on previous occasions. The draught stock was fairly represented for this time of year; yet the absence of Mr. Miller's drsaught' stock iwhtch used to be exhibited...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer, And South And East Bourke Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
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