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THE ACTRESS'S BABY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 3 April 1903
THE ACTIESS'B BABY. A comical incident accurred spme litthl time ago at a country theatre while dbake.c peare's " Romeo and Juliet " was being played to a crowded house. The juvenilo leading lady, a good act rels ,was a married woman, and was also a youno :mother, and she was cast to play the leading past of Juliet. Her baby had been placed in her dress lng-roam, so as to be safe and near iet mother. But just before the famous balcony ecane, the little tyrant got beyond all conl trol. What was to be done ? 'rThe beSt loothing syrup owan hit upon wilh a mother's ntact. Sbu nestled the infant to her breast, and it at onco beoame perfectly silent. Upon being called, thle nciresa hastily mulntled tlihe rostrum thlnat supportled the bal cony, throwing a lace earf vcer her ehnoul ders, and so concealing tile baby. An itle leant over tile blcoany. willl her other arm pensively placed upon iher uheek. sihe lSkend a it.rae of yulllhflul beauty and innoeance. l'ih? nens oppnurld, and promeend...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 3 April 1903
r FISHI FISH 11 FISH II Fresh Fish for Sale every Friday. ] 'R. W. PARKER, of Kantaroo Ground, Sbeg to inform the public generally thua he is prepared to supply customers every Friday with Fteah Fish at reasonable prices. Oysters supplied All orders to be given in on the preceding day. SUNDAY COACH TO MEET the ELTHAM TRAIN. M R. GEORGE COUTIE begs to Inti mate that he will run a coach from Summer ti1ll at 8 asm. and 4.45 p.m. every Sunday, until further unotice, to meet the Elthan Train. Usual fares . Medical Notice. OR, ORDO PHILLIPS, L.B.O.P.,Lond., M.R.C.S., Eng., L.S.A.,Loid ._Of Burgundy-St., Heidelberg May be Consulted Every Wednesday, AT EItham, 1.30 to 2 p.m. . angaroo Ground (if instructed at Hei delberg before I1 a.m.) Every Friday Greenaborough, 1.30 to 2 p.m. Diamond Creek, 2.30 to a p.m. LDR. ROLLASON, Of Heidelberg, VISITS ELTlttu. Tuesdays, 12 noon. GRBENsBoaono I, 'Tuesdays, 2.30 p.m Dlhaoru Cauna, Fridaya, 3 p.m. ODR, J. T CHAPMAN YARRA GLEN VISITS KANGAROO GROUND E...
LONG HEADS AND THICK HEADS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 3 April 1903
LONG HEADS AND THICK HEADS. in the last number of " Sciecoe Progress," which we regret to lind is to, be really the last number that will be published, there iaon interesting article by Beddoe on " Selection in Man," which throws a enonmwhat curious light upon Ite influence which is ecordised on the race by emigration and by the inter marriago which goes on between communij lies. Roughly, the inhabitants of Europe may be divided into long heads and broad heads-thick heads. if one likes so to call them. This division is one which anyone ean verify. It is a mere matter of measure. ment, and of the relation between head. length and head.breadth. The inler:st of Iho fact, however, lie in thin, that, these Iwo tryes of htesd'are assaciated with twod distinct types of man, dlibttlnt in their in tellects, their toodencies,e and their arlbi tiuon. 'The long hrenda ar the ualt oIf the earth ; the stirting, active, ambitious, inde: peonlent. sorageroue, 'wltlmetiv elu ement of mankind; and " ...
The Evelyn Observer, Published Every Friday Morning. FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1903. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 3 April 1903
-Published Every Friday Morning. FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1903. The ordinary monthly meeting of the Eltham Shire Council will he held on Monday afternoon next. The programme of the sports to be held at South Yen Yeas on Easter Monday will be found in our adveorti. inog columns. Tenders are invited by the Depart. meaet of Publio Works for repairs and painting the Eltham Court.House, See advt, Air Alex. Mess, the hon, secretary, calls a meeting at the hall, Kangaroo Groaud, to-marrow (Saturday) evening, of all theose iterested in the carrylng on of the usual winter sociala. The Rev. J, Francis proposes to hold a special lantern service in the Panton Hill Mblehanics' Hall on Good Friday evening, comlmencing at 7 o'clask. Slides Illustrating the Pasalsion and Cruoiflxion of our Redeeamer will be thrown upon a screen, and " The Story of the Cross" and special hymnt will be sung during the service, The collection will be in aid of the Sunday schnool prize fund. At the last moeetlin or the Whittle...
SUGGESTED CENSUS OF THE GLOBE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 3 April 1903
SUCCESTED CENSUS OF THE CLOSE. It is proposed to mark the clone of the ninnteenth century by taking acensus of the entire world. At pteserlt so " gues " that thie population of the earth is 1,500, 000,000, but most of the estimates are mere conjec lure. The enormous difficulty of taking such a coensus becomes apoarent when we consider that at lolant two-thirds, and perhaps three quarters of the inhabitants of our planet dwell in lands none of which have yet bsan fully civilined, and many of which still re ma inn a condition of savagery. Yet tie purpose is, as far as possible, to include in the enumeration eovery hlmnarn being on wnom tile onu rises on a pal tioniar day in the year 1000. Explorer andit cesnus-takers are io be asne to every attainable point on tie globe fr tile piletpone. Huch is thei .chremr. It looks imprac licable. All ttempt lins recently been made to take a complete cunsnn of Itessel, and thllin will aid tire now undertaking immensely. During his tour of Europe L...
YARRA GLEN RACES. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 3 April 1903
YARRA GLEN RACES. We understand that excellent entries have been received for the Yarra Glen races to he held on Eneter Monday. The programme eonsists of six events, viz, Handicap Hurdle Race, Trial Stakes, Wather Handicap, Yarra Glen Handicap, Handicap Hack Race, and Flying Handicap? A. mistake ocourred iii the posters and aenliaation papers, a pony race being inserted in place of the Welter Handicap. Mr. Chas. Banks, the popular book. maker, notifies through our advertising columnsi that he intends to be present at the "meeting,
CLOSE SEASONS FOR GAME. CAUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 3 April 1903
CLOSE SEASONS FOR GAME. CAUTION. The subjolned Table, showing the Close Seasons for Game, is published for. general Informatlion. All previous Tables are hereby cancelled. rIll WHOLE YEAR. All Australian Fan'a, with the exception of snakes, in National Park near Wilson's Promoontory,all birds, except sparrows and nllutls, not Inldigenous to Australia, and their produce (Including egps), antelope, hee eaters, hnetard or wild turkey, Caltfor nintl quail, deer, oerus, ephthilanuras, fann tails, fly.eatchers, great kingfisher or laugh "lneg jackass, grouse, Ibls, large grey kanagrous (eorllpuslll glignteuns), (great red kangaroos (msaropns rulfus), lyre-birds. niagliles, magpie lark,- native bears, owls, partridges, plreasanttl, platypus, podargus or mopokes, roline, seals, southollle stone plover or curlew, swallows, warblers, white swans, wrells, 14th day of June to the 2I1th day of Deeco.m ber In each year. Black swan, wild geese of all kinds,. 1et day of Augtat In each year to the l...
FISHERIES ACT 1890 CAUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 3 April 1903
'FISH1ERIES ACT 1890. CAUTION. The following Extracts from the Fisheries Act l9o0, santd Proclamationts thereunend, amending to date, are published for general information. Section 1.--Any person fishing with a not or fixed engine in any river,- creek, or stream, or within msth distance from the mout:r thereof as mtay he proclaimed bhy the Governor in Conncll, tshall lilable to a penlty of lnot less than £2 nor more than £20. i..ectloll 16.--AllI nqjs contnltnipirr "t shall be enlttied in the wtatk.".,.,y. r Itg on to dry land any net cn,tlinilng faish shall be liable to a penalty of not. lass than £2 nor mire than £20. Section 20.-Any person knowingly tak. Ing or aoaisting or attempting to take any fiash not indigenous to Victoria, or any of such species, within three yearns after' their ittroduction, or any further time proclaimed, or haiong inadvertently taken such flsb atd shall tot forthwith return the same to the water in which they were captured, shall be liable to a penalty ...
A NEWSPAPER APPEAL POEM. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 3 April 1903
A NIgWSPAP:ER APPFALr PORiM. -0 T'he followig won the £200 prise re* cvtlty otfored by I eyndlento of Amlorlean editors for the heat appeal poem to news paper ubscrlihers to pay ip their aorrears. S'line cky and talented author Is the edrtor of the RecAy Mlountain Colt - Lives of great me1 oft romind us; Ilonest mie won't etand a chanlle The mlore we work there grows boltind us, NIigger patches on our lontlls t)On our patlls once InW tid gilosy, Now are stripes of dllferetlt hue I Andi beonatle subaeribers tlognr, Alld won't pay us what o duoe. Then let us be uip and doing, Henri your miitt howover smaill Or wtll n ttIe asew of witter ltrikes Is, Wu sihll have uu paull at Ih l
WHITTLESEA SHIRE COUNCIL. MONDAY, 9TH MARCH, 1903. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 3 April 1903
WHITTLESEA SHIRE COUNCIL, MONDAY, 9TIo MARCH, 1903. In addition to that previously reported the following huiiness wrs transacted at the last meeting of the Whittleses Council : ANDREW'S ESTATE. In connection with the re-survey of the late James Andrew's estate, it was resolved that the plan be signed when tie fences were put in tile right place, and the matter was left in the Engi neer's hands. DRADAZON AGAIN. A Mr. King again wrote re read -made through the Brahazon's property. The Secretary said he had, as diected, sent a letter to Mr. Brabazon stating that the matter was solely in the hands of the Heidelberg Council. As it was thought the letter might have miscarried, Or. Reid proposed that a. copy of it be forwarded under registration to the Brabtzens. Seconded by Crgihlmas and carried. PINANOIAL STATEMENT. The Finance Committee reported that reeeipts for the month totalled .-?730_4; .that the debit balance. was £391 17s lid, and recommended pay ments to 'the amount of £34 Is l...
[ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.] THE EVIL EYE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 3 April 1903
(IAr. RIttnoo RfsaERVaD.1 THE EVIL EYE. * BY RELEN ZIMMERN. . In oe of the so-called foialc, destined to on abollished in the " disombowelling " of Niaplrn, in laid the scene of my story. Out s.ide, towards the etruetsor rather the alley, it opens like the carriage entrance of hlage I ulace, with itonrchand jambs, only without a door. On the left there is a dity slab, of black elato on which is written in white let ters, ainost illegible, " Fondaco del Lotte " (mrilk). In one corner slands a woman selling f" rild pumpkin, the amell of whose fetid Sboiling oil infects the air. At the opposite aiid,with his back against the wall, a cobbler linmmere away at an old ohoe. A wall jute " out: into the opening; turning round it, one enters the fondnco. a so!t of largo co!ut. It in payei?, The stones are wet and sticky, for t dIl it.y i; wrrir which ion breen oed for nill norts of II pttoses has been poured out on to thtInl over since tile tittn trhey were Inid. There is no outlet for the wa...
THE DIAMOND CREEK SHOW. SPEECHES MADE AT THE LUNCHEON. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 3 April 1903
THE. DIAMOND OREEK SHOW. SPEUCERS MADE AT THE LUNCHEON. At the luncheon in connection with the above stew, held on the 11th ult., after the "inner man" had been satis fled, the President of the Society (E. H.''Cameron, Esq., Minister of Mines and Water Supply), rose and said that as they' all were nnxious to get hack and 'view the exhibits at the show, it. had. been decided to dispense with the usual toast-list or this occa sion, but he had been deputed to pro. poae a vote of thake to the judges, as it would appeari ungrateful if they did not recognise thei seriicesrendered by these gentlemen, and on behalf of the Society he had mutch pleasure in aek nowledging the good work they had performed. Their task this year, lihe believed, was more difficult than on former occesioes, as there was so much uniformity in the exhibits, and he was pleased to hear that in carrying out their arduous task they had given general satisfaction. MrA Hums Cook, M.H.R., seconded the motion. The position o...
COMMONWEALTH CHARITY FETE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 3 April 1903
COMUONWEALTH OCHARITY FETE. -0- The following letter' has been. " addressed by the Ohairman,. tieisHot.:7" ?' Sir John McIntyre, K.B., to the lead iog newspapers in Victoria, and was published by "The Argus," "The Age," and "The Herald" en 2gth aud . 27th December respectively. " Sir,-By request of the Committee r, desire to bring under the notice of your: readers the aims and objects of the above movement. The appeal we are making to the people of Victoria is in suoh a shape as all can help those of our charities which are so much in need of financial aid at present. It practically means a shilling subscriptioni an amount which we feel sure will he will ingly contributed towards the relief of the unfortunate tanllee sufferers, who are to share in the fand with our charitable instl-." totions. We purpose holding a series of Indoor and outdoor public entertainments, both in the metropolitan area as well as in the largercentres of population inland, and it Is.by this means that we hop...
A SPECIAL OFFER FOR LAND ROLLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 3 April 1903
"A'SPECIAL OFFER'mr--. LAND ROLLERS. We are Rrep'd to supply the Osborne Steel Land r0 on the followtlg terms: 4 cas sivery and balance',on p/n -Palcs LIsT lte. psrlee .8 ft., sO In. dlam, two sections *it'o s5 o Is It., 26 in. diam, three sections 14 15 o The Osborne Roller Is a strictly first-class Implement built in Australia from imported parts. We guarantee "good work or your money back." We supply 8 ft, rollers on above terms with either thils or pole as desired. sit ft. rollers with pole only. All rollers have sheet steel heads clog Ing the drums entirely, and preventing their becoming filled with earth-stronger and lighter than the cast ends gouerally lused. Descriptive circulars givl part po rtl-o tars on applicatou, I). It. OU rne & Co.., Melbourne and Adelaide, or I .o., Webb, & Cue, General Agents, lIr lebn. Local' agents throughout Austral lea. . ..... 101o OhrrentpIthtonoi art' rt(,llttenetl Ito write ont ni, cIn of Iml, r otly ttland out oItwt tot It'g...
HARVEST FESTIVAL SERVICES. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 3 April 1903
HARVEST FESTIVAL SERVICES. The annual harvest festival services were held at Quseenstown on Wednes. day, March 12th, Uppe" Diamond Creek and Panton Hill on Sunday, March 15th, large and atteitive coo. gregations being present at all services. At Queenstown, owing to the small. ness of the church, the set vice was held in the Hall. Special hymns were sung, and a sermon suitable to the occasion was preached. There was an abundant supply of choice fruit and vegetables tsstefully arranged by a little band of willing workers. The coffee supper and sale of fruit was held subsequently and realised £5. 12e 9d. At Panton Hill the service was held in the church, which was very prettily decorated for the occasion with sheaves of corn, maize, fruit, and vegetables. The Holy Cable was covered with a white altar cloth, and suspended en the wall at the back of the table was a text of white letters on a scarlet ground, "Thrast in Thy Sickle and Reap." The service was fully choral, Tallis' setting o...
WELL SUPPLIED. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 3 April 1903
WELL SUPPLIED, " Il',hirwl l ,i" rounnrlanhtd I -11,oi, Ih)ir - l1 1 1, , " uHI) IIIII t Ill ,y IIII!?! I, lllill rl' H oh (toll illll ,tilllnllllln hll ha, ,11 nllinla' hll fll ll*, lql,, lr( 11'?l l1·1ll)h1 q Immc1 1 tlh':..q1) ho l, I w nIII.I te., ,lll , lea i lnld I n:I plv4Lillh h, util, y itl n ,rrmb l yell w ,lh - lnlin , ;who 1,h11,: " f\\ ill 11y' µi, in1' , 1 IL UdhI tnIIilIIIn u.' "
MELBOURNE HORSE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 3 April 1903
MELBOURNE HORSE MARKET. Messrs Campbell and Sons, .Kirk's I3zalar, rMelhboerne' report t-A 'fir supply of country horses for the week, The demand still continues good for Indian remounts, gunners, and African remounts. COrrinag and buggy pairs and farm horses, well bred stout ponies suitable for polo are in request anti steout phaeton poies from 14 to 141 hands are selling well, Extra heavy draughts if young and subject to trials are bringing prices well up to Iste quotations, We have several enquiries for well trained carriage pairs, Ordi. nary seddle and harness horses are at abous Ist week's sates. Our ordinary sales coonprise:-Extra heavy draughtls, £85 to £4801 medium do, £25 to £32; light do, £I5 to £25 ; Indian remontos, £22 to £36) gunners, to £10 10s; carriage pairs, to 130 guinreas; uggy ipire, to 75 guineas; single buggy iorses, to £40 ; phaltrtn posies, to £20; order cart horses, £10 to 1·I I ordi. nary saddle and hastrnss blrst,, ,C8 to £11, Otulltry lots sevlramndl .Ll...
LOYALTY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 3 April 1903
LOYALTY. Perhaps no virtue has genc through more vicissitudes in thlle minds of men than has Loyalty-in uncient days the crust-jewel of duty, in modern days a badge at which many glance disdainfully. Nevertheless its roots are struck deep into the hearts of men, and a nation's greatness may be measured by the e= tent to which it bows to its sway. Love directed to a superior who eSll bodies an ideal authority is loyalty, aid it ever sees in the poellon to whom it is directed the ideal that hie personilled rather than himself as a man. It is an aspeot of tie reverence for law -not the mere Act of Parliament, but the Divine Order of the worlds-which is a condi tion of national, as of versonal, growth and evolution. One supreme Will guides the universe, and expresses itself in many forms and by many ways. In external nature we speak of this Will as natural laws, and our health, nay our very ezistence, depend on our willing acceptance of these laws. In the family it is represented by the...
A COMING MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 3 April 1903
AiCOMING MATCH. Arrangementsi!are being made to play a match at Queenstows on Satur. day, 11th inst., between picked teams selected from the Cameron .Trophy competition and the clubs in the Evelyn portion of the Bourke-Evelyn Orieket Association. Play will start at 10 am., the losers to pay tor a dimaer, The Cameron Trophy team will be selected from the following members: -- F. Topping (Kaengasoo Ground); 0.ý Cumberland (Ohristmas Hills) ; W. Spry, E. Spry, W. Plun. kett (Panton .1ill) ; 0. Bears, P. Glennon, W. Smith (Caledonia); J. Murphy, W. Murphy, 0, Clements, Wv, Hubbard (Kieglake),