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HIS SOLDIERY HONOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 March 1903
HIS SOLDIERY HONOUR. " No,"said the Freooln artillery oflicer. " I have never done a thing that any man should be alshamed of." " You have never told a lie 7" the advo. tate demanded. " Never." " You have never robbed aclticken coop ?" 'Never, no I am a gentleman and a hcholar." " You have never violated the sanctity of an oath ?" " No. I have never thoughllt of doing blCh a thing." " You have never gone into your friend's aouse and abused his hospilaltly ?" " Of courso not." " You swear that .ou are gtilhless of all these things do you 7 " swear it." You have nevercheated your landlady 7" " Never." " Now, on your honour as a soldier, tell toe are you not guilty of all the orilnoe that I have naentioned " 'tile olticer went pale and replied : " All, monesolr, whily have you nppealed to my soldlery honour Why do you compel mae to vnfes thatt I have lied, rolbbtd len coops, Ihusel miy frionds' ounlldence, per jureal myself, and left mly hoard bill unpaid ? An a alldler of Frnanca I co...
THE DEAF HEAR. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 March 1903
Trie DeAI?'?1eto.-No. 34 of Thelllus.i trlatd World of 626, Chiswick HIlgh Road, London, NV., England, contains a description of a Remarkable Cure for DeL)afess and Head. Noises which may be carried out at tho patient's home, and which is said to be a certain cure. This number will besent free to any deaf person sending their address to the Editor. - ---------- - -
CURES FOR DRUNKENNESS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 March 1903
CURES FOR DRUNKENNESS. Professor W. L, Brown, L.R.O.P., L. U.B.S, etc., Ihas iueed his addrees on the subject of inebriety among the ancients, and how they cured it, in one part of which he deals with the penalties imposed. " The Eg4ptians were cruel toakimunters," he sanys. "to to tose who offecqded against the social law. They lvgiged them mercilensly and ignominiously with the stick. They picked them front the earth und imprisoned them for drunkennoes. The drunkard suf fcred no end of barbarity in that country. Nebuchadnezzar, King of BIabylon, suffered the oddest punishment for his indulgence in too much liquor. I' Hi body was wet with the eow of heaocn, till his hairs were grown like eagles' feat her and ths nails like birds' clawn.' " In Greece in past agee ieebriety was more commoln trhan at present.; tile wine was stronger, and perllaps not so pure. The au cleat Grecian wan therefore regulated and punaliaud for excess. Sonme lawiivor pro hibited thie use of more drink tihan ...
The Evelyn Observer, Published Every Friday Morning. FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 1903. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 March 1903
Publilshed Every Friday Jfotrning. FRIDAY, MARCHI 27, 1903. Mass will be celebrated at Pinton Hill at 10 o'clock a.m. on Wednesday next, let prox. Entries for the Easter Monday meet. ing of the Y'arra Glem Race Club close on Monday evening next. Some very good returns are now being obtained by alluvial miners working in Mr Verso's paddoek, Arthur's Creek. Mr George Davies, of Queenstown, has beens appointed Electoral Registrar, vice Mr C. A. Mairis resigned. Dr Phillips will attend Research. Kangaroo Ground, Panton Hill, sad Queenstown on Tuesday next, 31st lost., for the purpose of public vaccin. ation. A sad fatality occurred at Dixie on Saturdaynmorning last (says the Terang correspondent of the Argue) when the wife of Mr. Samuel Carson was found dead in a well near the .house. The deceased had keen in a delicate srate of health for come time. A magisterial inquiry was held on Monday, when a verdiet of found drowned was returned. Very great sympathy is felt for the husband and tw...
BABY AMONG LEFT LUGGAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 March 1903
BABY AMONG LEFT LUGGAGE, They had an aoun ing experience recently atat Glasgow railway rtation. A country woman wleeledlo a perambulator containing a promising atom of humanity into the cloak room. " Ken 'or leave this 'ere ?" siab abked. and thinking she referred to the vethiote aluone, the clerk answered in tle affirmative. " Aw mooch ?" " Fourpence," he replied, and gave her the ticket. The clerk's atten lion was then distracted for a moment, but a furious yell from the perambulator re called him to the factthat baby anti he were the sole occuainats of the cloak.room. With hair erect tie darted out of tile door, not waiting even to lock it, but the crowded state of the platforms made it Impossible for him to find the neglectful parent, and he was forucd to return in terror to his pest. You phould jubt have heard that baby crrt its lung capacity must have boon treumendous. Tihe clerk was not of a preposeeneing appear ance at the best of thees, but he fairly eclipeed all previoua r...
WHITTLESEA AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 March 1903
WHLTTLESEA AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. The quarterlyihieeting of the above Society was held at the Royal Mail Hotel on Saturday, 21st inst., there being present :-Vice-President Bassett (in the chair). aTd lesars.l.'; Mason (&lt;reasurer)',V. Carter, R. Merrilses, R. Batten, P. Clarlck A. Cookroft, T. Glover,.J. Foniesrsl'nd W Laidlay. The minules ofthe last meeting were read aed confirmed:. PLOUGHING MATCH. Vice*President Bassett, having gives notice of motion.that the Society hold a ploughing match, this year, spoke of the desirability, of encouraging such exhibitions, as the ploughman was gradually becoming extinct in Vioetria. Mr. J. Mason prnposed, and Mr F. Carter seconded, that the Society hold a match during the' present year, and that a asu.comntnittee be formed from tihe names already slubitted. Carried. Mr. Mason proposed, and Mr J. Thomas seconded, that Messrs Bassett, W. Laidlay, and . . Oreighton be appointed to select the moat suitable land fromn what would be avail...
CLOSE SEASONS FOR GAME. CAUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 March 1903
OLOSE SEASONS FOR GAME. CAUTION. The subjoined Table, showing the Close Reasons for Game, Is published for general Informlatlio. All previous Tables are hereby cancelled. £11II WIOLE YKAR. All AustralIan Falna, with the exception of snakes, In Noational Park near WVIson'i ' 'ptory,alU birds, except sparrows and ' " L"Lin?ltlIbloua to Australla, and S?wlr produeo (includlllg eggs), antllnpe, bee entere, bustard or wild turkey, (Calitr • Ilaon qulall, deer, emlus, eplhthianurae, falln talls, fly.catchers, great kingilsher or or laugh ilg jackase, grouse, Ibis, large grey kangalrons (mnnaolulll gIganltIuS), great red angllIroos (elacropnl rufus), lyre-birlr. OlagpIles, marlle lark, native bears, owls, partridges, pheasauts, platypus, pIodargus or uoupokes, antoills, seals, southernl lston plorer or curlew, swallolws, warblers, white Swant, wrens, 14th day of June to tile 11th day of Decem her Ill each year. Illank wan, wild geese of all kinds, lit day of August in each year to the last...
FISHERIES ACT 1890. CAUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 March 1903
FISHERIES ACT. 180, CAUTION. The following Extracts from the FisAeries Act 1890, and Proelamations thereunend; amending to date, are publ~shed for general i.nfohtation. tection 15.-Any person fshing with a net or fixed engine in any river, creek, or stream. or within soih distance from the mouts thoreof as may be proclaimed by the Governor in Conncel, shall lie liable to - penalty of not less than £2 nor more than £20. Sectiou.16.. A1A et containing fish shall ~t- .n;ata3le...'e.O&. &An n nl thatl. Theme wiaes of the etUrmi, touched the ing Tn to dry land any net containlyng fith shall be liable to a penalty of not less than £2 nor more than £20, Section 21.-Any person knowingly tak Ing or assisting or attempting to take any fih not indigenous to Victoria, or any of suaohspeeicer within threr.yeara after their introdu;tion, or any further time proclaimed, or'having inadvertently taken such fish and shall not forthwith return the salne to the water it which they were ...
A NEWSPAPER APPEAL POEM. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 March 1903
A NICWBPAPIit AI'PI'.AF POEIM, The following won the £200 prize re. rotlly nlTferd bcy i, sydllitelo of A rllnrrizne editors for the ?t a ppeal poem tio niow.o pnper suIlisrllerl to lay up tler? arrenre, I'he lulky ald l tIlentll auilltior Is Lth editor of tihe lRocky Mount?ion Colt - lIvni of gr r t ItIIII oft ri(!lintd its, Ion??nt ie wom it I lnoL I heOlllleo 1I 'T'h mornl1 we work theire row bIlehlud us, IIglger patIlichs oil lour Inlts, ln lcur 111ts once n(owllt l dl Ill osly Now ei stripes. of illlTereit hils I Andl wo't pay its wllt Is dlie, IlMin yoli r o ile i lt, In tl r #inil ilc , Or wheli thoi iow iof wtlller strikeo 1s, WVo shall Itvu 1o iplllllu a iall,
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 March 1903
A'SPECIAL OFFER re" \LAND ROLLERS. We are reped to supply the Osborne Steel Land 1 ors on the following terms: £4 cash ?elivery and balance on p/n dou Feb.t, spb4. --Pauc Lst-s SSIse Price 8 ft., 26 in, diem, two sections -'6o rs o II ft., sG in. diam, three sections 14 5s o The Osborne Roller s ea strictly first.class Implement built in Australia from imported parts. We guarantee "good work or your money back." We supply iI8 t. rollers on above terms with either thills or polo as desired. II it. rollers with pole only. All rollers have sheet steel heads clos. lIg the drums entirely, anti preventing their becoming filled with earth--tlranger anti Ilghter thtan tile cast endl generally useed. l)eecrlptlve circulars glvh fill partlct. Inrs on appllcatoln. It. NI (hrnrc & Co., Ilellttinrne amttl Adutlalle, or i u, r, WIVebb, & Ca, Geumral Agentsl, lib .tae. Local ayentl throughout Australas a. (up) SAFELY THROUGH DANGER LIFE IN JEOPARDY... lOW FRESH AND ENERGETIC AS EVE...
WIFE SALES. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 March 1903
WIFE SALES. There iar instances in which country people have gone brfote a local solicitor, and 'have had a contract of sale drawn up for the disposal of their wives (onty M1r, Baring Gotld in the " rueen ").`, The Iirmiugham Police-court in 1853 had to adjudicate on such a cae, and thle atountiung thing in this instanuce as that a lawyer could be found to draw up thecontract. IL in no wonder that the magistrates administered a very sovere repri uand. lBut there was a far earlier cnoe than this, that of Sir William de Paganel; the lady stoutly and indignantly retsisted tle transfer, anld appealed against te contract to the law, which Ideclared the salo to be null and oild. In 1815 ia man hold a regular auction in the market-plaeo at Poutefraclt, offering his wife at a miniumt hidding of Is., but e mall aged to exit eu a coipntiton, and ihe was finally knocked down for its. it 18020 a mall nameld Irouehet led a lis wifo,.a decent, plrabunt-loonking woman, but with a tongue in her mou...
BATHS CONCERT. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 March 1903
BATHS CONCERT. Seldom since its erection has the Athenaeum Hall, Lilydale, contained a larger or more representative audience than that which essembled within its walls on the evening of the IIth inst., the occasion of the concert in aid of thie Lilydale Baths. The stage and thle interior of' the ball 'were no~ot artis tically decorated with" ferns, ilbwar, flags and evergreens, the handiwork, we were informed, of Mleadames Campion and Wilson. The Lilydale Brass Band formed a procession at the station and marched to the hall, where they halted and played several musical selections. Punctually at 8 p m. the programme was commenced by" Dr Gmelin and Miss Blyth, who played an overture on the piano to Mendell sohn's " Summer Night's Dream." This high clase piece wee eskilfully handled, and the artists were loudly applauded. Miss Yde gave a: cpital interpretation of " Jones' Recitation," and deserved the applause that followed. Mr Nixon gave a song and dance, the laetter being especially...
SNAKE WOULD SWALLOW A LAMB. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 March 1903
O,:+,E W\VULD SWALLOW A LAMB. 1ýn iilori ).t A (lllli, of ,Iarkn11illi ton M1 I'l', 11,1r " itll r1 y 111 lll14 11WI I tl (fl I"Itl lInld rn:me 1 1) 1 111 11?1i1i h i h I1 nit, lle f il an l r Ih it111? 1. 11,1; 11111 Ii ý' I lr IIl'll 1111? r t1al s l I hIillh, ll IllI , nf i U l Ill) hnl IIt hill I n?, (r V 0111411 I I h f t IIMllih Il l Ion" i11 r 1 N.ll -rrl,.I In llllohg it, it llimatternl PIgllh ::.dII Nhalf I leo
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 March 1903
" STICKING TO0ETHR ITN ALl~ S.ORTS OF WVOATIIIIt."--Tho friendship between 'mna and man which enhbleM them to stick to. ;gther in all eortb of weather Is a friendship oorth horilng. I n times of proiperity some or us can hardly dihtingllis a friendt of this kind from one of the other sort, IUnt let the llorm olnuds pnlhqr anJ tyq, soon kpnw who tilh true friend In. A, d p th1iloudspf i?kllcuhn gather about ro wa tirn tunturlly and iontlntlvtely to IlollIwov's PIiis htnIl OInltulnt, Thoy aio Ihu only Irltdrn whl'ie il nldship Ia worth i rol at icuul tilmnr, \Ve klolW II, noll we tIontt i) io hint?, ?tnllentI In Iho knowledle that they will ruloore us to Ihealthi
MELBOURNE HORSE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 March 1903
MELBOURNE HORSE MARKET. Messrs Oampbell and Sons, Kirk's Bazaar, report:-A fair supply of country horses forward for the week's sales and the demand has been excep tionally good for indian remounts, gunnors, buggy sorts and plough hoases. Ploughing is now in fall swing in most parts of the country and horses auitable for , that work are selling well.. 'Upstanding hacks, carriage and bIroughaur horses are in good demand. Well bred ponies suitable for polo are woanted. Stout phaeton ponies about 14 hands are selling well. Extra heavy dlraughts subject to trials find ready buyere and payable prices. We sold a consigament of nice little draught colts and fillies on account of AIr John Glenn Tylden up to £35 10s. Well trr.ined carriage imirs are wanted but few eoning forward. Ordinary saddle and harnese horses selling at about late quotatious. Our ordinary sales com prise :-Extra heavy droughts, £35 to £44; medium draughts and plough horses, £25 to £35; Indian remounts, £24 to £35; gunno...
WHITTLESEA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 March 1903
- WHITTLESEA. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) The Whiltlesea pic-nic and sports were held here on Wednesday, 18th inst., and a highly enjoyable day's outing resulted.' There was a. large attendance of the general public, who evinced 'keen interest in' the various item. on the programmen The wood. ch.ppin? contest and bicycle race proved highly exciting. In the fornior Donald Brown, with 50 sees. start, just Wibn by a blow from W. Higiins, whilst the latter event wss just as close hetween 'H. Coo and S. Harris, the former gaining the judge's decision by about six inches, . Appended are the results of the various events : Boys' RACES. Under ten-B. Owens, 1 ; R. Hut. obhinso, 2. Under 15-0. Hughes; 1 ; T. Owens, GirL' 'RACEs,. ..Under 10-L. Owens, 1 ; V. Whitty, 2. - Under 15-D. M'Donald, 1 ; N, Cordell, 2. DISTRICT. HANDICA. 120 yards. .W. Harris, ,14yds ... 1 H. Coe, 16yde 2 SW. 'Murphy, 12yda 3 R . 100 yards. . D. M'Keizi ... 1 J. Owens ... 2 THROWING CaIcKRT BALL AT WIOstr. D.-M'Keaz...
ELTHAM LUNACY CASE. FARMER FINED FOR KEEPING A PATIENT. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 March 1903
ELTHAM LUNACOY CASE. FARMER FINED)FOR.KEEPING A PATIEN'P. A case which caused some stir-in the Eltham'district early last month reach. ed the Criminal Court on the 19th inst', when, before Mr Justice :,Williams,, Joseph Beaden Rodda, an, elderly farmer and orchardist, of Research, near Eltham, was arraigned on three counts evering offences against. the: Lunacy Act of 1890. In theBfirst count he was charged with having, in or about 1890, unlawfully received to board and lodge, in unlicensed premites; a patient named Annie Louisa Walker, as:an alleged lunatic; in the second, with tak. ing charge and care of the said alleged lunatic; and in the third with. keeping the said alleged lunatic beyond the period of one year after her malady had become apparent, Accused pleaded not guilty to each of the three counts. Sir Finlayson, K.C., prosecuted for the Crown, and Mr.Coldham appeared for the defence. Mr Fibilayson, in opening the case, said the alleged lunatic was a niece of accused, and h...
MORANG. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 March 1903
MORANG. (FROM OUR OWS CORRESPOONDET ) On'Thursdty, the 12th iest.,'thea aonnual picnic anid preselnttiou rif prizes in connection with the M -sy ,tield Prasyturian Church SashIath ; Soltol took pince. The pic-nic wasi held in the paddock' adjoinisig the '' e 'rch, pe'rmleissn having been "kindly . '..i'" given by Mrs. Moses- Thomas, of May - ··". 'field, to hold the pic-nic therein. Early s' in ibe day a large number of the chil dren attending the school assembled .t' enjoy, the pic-nic, and-a 'considerable number of adults also assenhmbled. to assist in mrking things pleasant roth young folks, the Superintendent of the-: school (Mr. W. Thosmas) with. his .bl esistants,.the Misses Johnstone, Jlohn son (2), and Shanks, being early in evidenes in promoting the plensure of those present. The respected pasoser of ..... the charge, the Rev. Edgar Law, with his equally respected wife, Mrs. Law,-?.;..r. took as active part in assisting to.'.' .. make the day enjoyable.' Cricket,? rounders,...
Prostrated By Biliousness. ANOTHER REMARKABLE SUCCESS FOR BILE BEANS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 March 1903
Prostrated By Bilious ness. ANOTHER REMARKABLE SUCCESS FOR BILE BEANS. Bile Beans have now a world wide reputation for curing Biliousness aind kindred ills, and caring them, perman. eatly, in marry cases where other treat meats have failed to afford sven tom porary relief, as witness the case of M rs William Itennie, of Higham St., East Maryhorough, Victoria. This lady writes:--" For three years I was a constant sufferer from sevdre attacks of Biliousness and acute Headaches. What I suflred no one can imagime. Durisig those three years I attended three different doctors, and each pre. scribed various medicines, which I took strictly in accordance with theirinstruc. tions. I also tried advertised remedies of all sorts, but received no relief fronm taking them. The doctor's medicines would do me a little good while taking them, but there was no permanency about it. I was greatly reduced in striength and often felt I would have to s?ffeir fronm that awful complaint, Bili. oussnes, for ...
COURTS. 1903. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 27 March 1903
COOURTS. 1903. Courts will be held during the Year 1903,' atthe undermentioned pilaes, on"the days, at the hours, and on the dates hereinafter respectively set out, viz.: Naie of Court I ·Day L re Name of Court y Feb March April May :Juanes. July August Sept Oct Nov Dec Heidelberg M... onday 1.. '0 2,0 23 2,23 6,274! 4, 25t .1,32 6, 27.j 3,a4t 14,18't :5,26-t , 23t 211 Anderson a Creek Monday ... 11 9 9 II 13 10 7 12 IS 7 Eltbam ... Tuesday'.. 11 10 10 21 12 14 11 S is 10 8 Healesville ., Thursday... 2 o30 26 . 26 28 18 16 .13 to 1 5 3,31 A.ar Lilydale .. Friday ...9 30 6.18 6.13 3,17f 1,8 .15 5t,2 1.10 7, 14 4, .11, 18 2.9, 16 6,13 4,11 20, 27 20, 27. - 24 22, 29 19, 26 17, 24 21, 280t 25+ 23t, 20201t, 27a 18 2lt Ferntree Gully... Wednesday 9 25- 25 29 27 24 29 26 23 28 25 23 Warborton ... Satdny ... 10 21 21 13 16 13 11 1. 5 3,31 28 19I " Police Magristrate' vi sit. , fLicenling sod Warden's Courts. D. BERItIMAN, Clerk of Courts, . - II?,I,