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The Evelyn Observer, Published Every Friday Morning. FRIDAY, APRIL 10, 1903. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 10 April 1903
Ilbli1shed Ecery Friday Morni q. The ordinary monibly meeting of the Whittleiea Shire Council. will bli adjourned fromi Monday' to Friday next, 17th inst.; - Mr..Joseph Shaw and ,Mrs. Shaw, of. Odranderrk. Mission Station, left Healeaville on Saturday on. a visit to England. William Henry Sampson and Ceoil Alfred Lawson, the youths who were concerned in the shooting of a lamb helongiag to Mr.' William R. Joyce, of Smith's Gully, full particulars of which have appeared in previous issues of this paper, were sentenced on Friday last by Judge Hamiltio, on.the chlisr of larceny and receiving, to threele monthia' imprisonmaent.
A CENIUS IN ADVERTISING. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 10 April 1903
tA CENIWBINADV RTISINC. " When' I ,?ws a youngtecr, teay,.of 21," Iremat ked the veteran jouroalint of a Weatern 'city, '"I waso tle editor of a country, paper in atown of about 5.000 people, and -having lived for a year In New York I hail an idea ,that I was really the only pnerontnotown ,who knew anything. I had a prettyhard time nmaking tnir.6g coe mcy way, uit youtlt and etunrprina'ora. hardlto down,. and "I ekipt atit. Thele wan on, firm in. town,'l mith rotllrheiriwicl ia t hle strougeat .aod muat Conservative thlere,-and I knew an ildveetieh ment from thenm wouldl hel te niaking of me; but they were very elonw iluitinguue inave it. However, I perwitled, until at last I had it in my clutclhes. and I gr?ptled it as a drownlng man golima at life buoy. "Tile senior partner, whlo ewan; aramost nutlere alnd particulr old cha:ll,nni a deaton into the IIarguin,-wa anxiorIus to i lpreen me with' the fact thrat. they wi re iilinig a great deal for illunda nirnlt lrt ar un alue received...
A JAPANESE FAD. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 10 April 1903
A JAPANESE FAD. A curious fld irll to eusome extentaeem iniglytaken root in Japan. This is nothing more nor less thun the alturation, by the 5lu5geoOn'i2 knife, of the shape of the eye, so that to future times tile Jaoanose will not be distinguished as one of thlle " almond-eyed " races. The operation is solid to besimple and quite pulnlems. The surgeon takes no cilp~ol In hill right hlod, snd. attslohing the skin wlith tile forllnlter of his left hand, malkes an iooinon on tire outer part of the evelids in io ltraiglrt line for tile barest paSrt of an inch. The Jlohe are thel broogl.t into shlape, slad held irmly by a piece of uhemically-prsen red .iticking- ploster. Tihe wound norde no furtller dreseing, and tihe sutlbject of tile Emlperor of thle Flowery Kingdomn goes on about hiis buslerns s if notling hald hlapseled. Ii a few days it is entirely healed, when the slurgeon is visited and requ?mted to remove the plaster, and with them plaster comses the foes. The Japs say that the...
AMONG DE BRUDDERS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 10 April 1903
AMONC DE BRUODERS. Every great language has itssmook lingoes and clipped dialecla. Darky Eogliek, like the grotesque blunder-words of the supposed Mr.. 'Partington, nearly always had a pho. ntjio suggestion that makes the speaker's imeaning remarkably clar. Thle fat old cook in Lynchburg, Virginia, 'who complained that her son " Sam n goaa's on is oonjurin' his institution ano' dienjptin' us alol ' hd the word " disreputnble " echoing round come where in her head. She made herself under. blood, and thette was piquancy in iher new verb. The IRev. Egerton it. Young describes one of his eveoning in an Afrinan chourh in 'Florida, where the minister announoed "de fun' chapter of tle Epistle o' David," anod proceeded to read the First Psolm. One liery young exhorter in the moetiong, with exem. 'plar gFood taste, confined his remarks to those of hia own age. " l's nutin to say to-night," said he, "to disrupt de feelinn o' your ole daddles an' mammies, but i's jul' guin' ter consummato dem ...
EASTER MONDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 10 April 1903
EASTER MONDAY. Races at Yarra Glen. Splendid entries have been received. The names of the horses and their weights are published else where in this issue. S?ports at South Yan Yean. In another column we publish the entries and handi caps. The entries, it will be seen, are on a large scale and a good day's sport should result. Manyard's Marionette and Punch and .Judy Show will perform at the sports, as an additional attraction. In the evening a ball will be held in aid of the local rifle club. The annual ple.nic and sports, with the usual ball in the evening, will be held at Smith's Gully. A concert and ball, in aid of ,Melbourne charities, will be held at the Warrandyte Hall. A concert and ball will be held at the Arthur's Creek fMechanics' Institute in aid of the Central Cricket Club.
CLOSE SEASONS FOR GAME. CAUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 10 April 1903
CLOSE SEASONS FOR GAME. CAUTION. The ubjolined Table, showing the Close Peasons for (ame, Is published for general informnatlion. ,All previous Tables are hereby cancelled. . HE WvIOIrE YEAR, All Aunlralian Fains, with the exception of snakes, In Natioinal Park lear \Vilson's P'romontlory, all birls, except i;pirrow anld ninahs, lnot Indigenlone to.Anstralia, and their ipyiduce (lfeluding eg s), antelnpe, i' -..o ..le.eter, bustard or wildtturkey, (Callfor lll ell quall deer, emun, eplhthlalnuras, fan talla, fly-eatlcers, great kihgflhoer or laugh. Ing jIeIkns, grousen, Ibis, large gre, knllugahltone (lcrpullce gclinotelta), great red kangaroos (ntacrpnls rufus), I're-birds, nlagplloe, magpie lark, lnative bears, owls, parllldges, plceanllts, platypus, ieldargin or eonpokee, rollIlls, aoals, Isouthlern 0lonel plover or rlrlew, swallows, warblers, while w0un0, wren,a. 14th day of JO11 tO the 2011th day of Decec. her in each year, Blahk swan, wild geese of all kinds, ist day of Augcus...
FISHERIES ACT 1890. CAUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 10 April 1903
FISHERIES 'ACT 1890. .~--_ CAUTION. The following lExtracts from the Fisheries Act 1890.. and Proclamnqtions, thereunend, amendilg to.date, are published for general information... . ". -?-E,0?.ctions Is.-Any person fshing with a .or ix?le ine'f any river, creek. r, " " ".or t h sus-i h? . - month thereof as tmay be pr t nned by tile Governor in Connell, shall rbo liable to a peanlly of not less than £2 nor Inore than £20. eutioin IG.-All nets containing fish slhall be etmptied in t he water. Ally pe, ann draw tig on to dry lantd any net celtuining fl.h shall Ie liahle to a peahyll of not less than £2 nor more than £20, Section 211.-Any person knowinttly tak. Ing or aosisting or attempting to take any foh 'tot intdiuenes. to Victoria, or any of such species; wilhin three years after their Introduction, or any f?rthet time proclaimed, or having'inadverteltly taken such fish and shall not forthlwith return the name to the water in which they were captured, shall be liable to a penalty...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 10 April 1903
FISH 1 FISH!! FISH!!! Fresh Fish for Sale, every Friday. "R. W. PARKER, of Kangaroo roGround. begs to inform the public generally that he is prepared to supply customersr every Friday with lierlh Fish at reasonable prices. Oysters sapplied All orders to be given in on the preceding day. SUNDAY COACH TO . MEET the ELTHAM TRAIN. M R. GEORGE COUTIE begs to Intl. mate that he will run I coach from oSummer Hill at 8 a.m. and 4.45 p.m. every Sunday, until farther notice, to meet the Elthaa Train. Usual fares. Medical Notice. DR, GORDON PHILLIPS, L.C.,P,, Loud., M.R.C.S., lng., L.S.A.,Loud Of Burgundy-St., Heidelberg Muay , -sulted . . Eltham, 1.310 to 2 p.nm. Kangaroo Ground (if instructed at HeI delberg before II a.nt.) Every Friday AT Greenaborogh, 1.30 to 2 p.m. )inamond Creek, 2.30 to 3 p.m. DR. ROLLASON, Of Heidelberg, 'VISITS "ELTInitx, Tuesdays, 12 noon. GREBSaonoooU , T'uesdays, 2.30 p.m r .)I~O?U Casit, Fridays, 3 p.m. DR. J, T., CHAPMAEN YARRA GLEN VISITS v KANGAROO GROUND Every...
A SPECIAL OFFER [?] LAND ROLLERS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 10 April 1903
A SP~CIAL OFFER re' LAND ROLLERS, We are Rrep?c'ed to supply the Osborne Steel Land lt ers on the following terms: 4cash elivery and balance on p/n due Feb. t, gb4 . -PaUca Lias . Size , P?ice 8 It,, Sf In. diam, two sections 'Lrto zs o us ft., 26 In, diam, three sections z4 r5 o The Osborne Roller s a strictly first-class Implement built In Australia from Imported parts. We guarantee "('ood work or your money back." We supply 8 ft. rollers on above terms with either thllls or pole as desired. 's ft. rollers with pole only. All rollers hve sheret steel heads clos ing the dreums entirely, anod preventing their becoming illred with earth--stronger and lighter than the cast ends generally used. Descriptive circulars ghivtl. fIl portico. Inars on application. 1,. hI. O, i??rn & Co., Melbourne And Adelnlde, or 1l/Syi0 , Webb, & Coo, CGeneral Agents, Itr bate; Local ageats throughout Australas la (il
NEW USE FOR TREACLE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 10 April 1903
NEW USE FOR TREAOLE. The Lilydale eorrespoadent of 1hec Argue, under date of Suaday last; writes:--O opening hii office on Saturday mtorning, the stationmaster at the Lilydale railway statioen, Mr. O. Lilley, noticed that one of the oflice windows was smashed, and that sotme persont had gained access to the office. The matter was reported to Senioer. constable 'Sheoban and Mounted.Oon stable R. I)ouglam, who are investigat. ing. 'A recently-purchased treacle tin was found in the station yard, the contents of which had been pouredl into a paper bag which was thrown at the window, thus smashitng it without mnking the slightest noise. A crowhar and other tools, 'tetoved Efrom a quarry, itt the district, were founld olose to the station, and it is tihought that as attemplt w?s tiade to bIronk opent thi safe, The cash left ien e le office after the last tlain hals dellprtetd is nightly taken posseasion of ty the etntiutllmltsetr, ln money hteing left in th olllce novernight, no that the,...
TENNIS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 10 April 1903
TENNIS. A match that aroused great interest both in Heidelberg and Eltham took place on Saturday, April 4th, ?t Heidlhlerg, ioetweel 'a I.peei?eittivro ladies' four of the respective clubs. The Eltham teamn wes composed of the 3Misses Watson, Miss Brown, and Miss Wingrove ; while Heidelberg was rep resented by Miss Oorin'hee. Miss Price, ,ices Heat, and Miss Davis. The weather, unfortunately, though fine was far from agreeable, a strong, hot north wind seriously interfaring with the play on both Eides, but the games were carried through with great spirit, Miss Brown and Miss Watsnn, in particular, doing good work for Eltham. At the outset Heidelberg took the lead, but Elthall slowly crept up and the result was Heidolherg 28 gaines, Elthllam 36; Elthaml thus winning by 8 games. Mrs. Matthews kindly supplied afternoon tea to the visitors and the msmhrs of the club. A return match has been arranged to take plaee on the Eltham court -on it 18yh. ailowing.is the detsiled sore : .- s eat ...
THE AUSTRALIAN PUBLIC DEBT. (REPRINTED FROM "THE AUSTRALASIAN INSURANCE AND BANKING RECORD," 20TH MARCH, 1903) [CONTINUED] [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 10 April 1903
THE AUSTRALIAN PUBLICO DEBT. L BY Gonto I). IMrIDALL. (REPR.INTrD n ost 'tTItn AUSTRALASrAN p '.IJNSUtANOiO AND BANKING RacoRD," ti 20TH MAR1it, 1003.)t '" [[coNTsroutD ] South- Auistralia is in for the worst $I thiln,', tecanue out of her total debt of '1 £27,000,000 she has to take up 0 £21,000,000 in the next sixteen years. f Queensland may have an anxious timte e in 1915. when £11,728,800 has to .be t shet. West Australia's chickens have i nt yet, come homle to roost. From ' '80th Joune, 1899, to 31st Decemher, a 1902, 'say 3 years. New South Wales I has' borroeod £18,682,576, and will a try and raise another £2,000,000 before V 30th June, 1903. making a grand totanl s of over £20,000,000 burrowed and a flung away recklessly on doubtful a public works in four years. Not even ii Great Britain herself could stand up a .long under such prodigality, and as the collapse" of the New Southl Walee I public credit would reast on the othler I she most mond her ways and live with in her me...
YARRA GLEN RACES. EASTER MONDAY. WRIGHTS. HURDLE RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 10 April 1903
YARRA GLEN RAGES. EASTER MONDAY. HURDLE. IIACE . Of 10 sorse. Two miles. i t lb. Sinecurist ... . 11 .11 Miss Gutton ... 10 13 Molly ... 10 13 The Sculptor. 10 7 1 De Wet 10 7 The flurlar... ..'.'10 3 Sobersides ... 10 0 Alluvial ... 9 • ... 9 13 Midnight .. 9 I Amberite 912' Omeo 9. 0 1 Lone Hand ;. ... 9 6 Bolleau ... . 9, 4 . Cottus ... ... 9- - ' TRIAL.. STAKES. Of 6 sora. For all horses that have not won more than 10 so.y. In one stake. Weiglht for age. Maidens allowed hIbs,.,whis.h must be claimed at 'timi'of entry. ji'I furlong. :: a t KRng of the East ... 9 0 '.':,.. Leroy ... 9 0 Ills, March..: .. 8 12 Alluvial . .. 8 1 Parome. ... ... 8 12 Gold Ray ... .. 8 Banjo ... 8 .9 John Forrest ... 8 9 WVELTER HAXDICA. ,' Of 5 nors. Amateur riders lowest .weight 9st 71b.' Seven furlongs. - - It. Ib. aecchus ... .. 12 ' De Wet ... .;. 10 12 The Sculptor 10 12 8obersides ... ... 10 Alluvial ... ... 10 9 Midnight . . 10 9 Amberite ... ...10 3' Claremont ... 9 18 M'Kinley. ... ;... 9 18...
INCOME TAX. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 10 April 1903
INCOME TAX. S '.4 - In Engiland thle Income Tax is admints. tered through tiItrict surdeyorsand assessors who have coilderabhle local knowledge of taxpayers and their circunimances. They deliver to each of such persons a schedule to be filled int, ald then collect thems, thurs enabling the Codmntissioners to endure re. turns being furnished by all who come within the operation of the Act. In this Slate, hnwever. the Comminssioner of Taxes Is at a disadvantage by havinll to ulilllnisrr ;hle Act froml a ceintral nfice, and it being left to iaxpayersoto ask for and obtain their own schedulesfill Item in, and returll the!t. to. him;i Notsi Ishluilnlig 1thiluteroti .checks, stitulttsll-bi c; sidelredýllat many whin shuldh hitSV?5?,1i plied with he requit:e. ments of the A''ls :five failed to d so, o and have iti unijustlyrescaped the payment of taX, thereby hdvoii, ala?p, a great wrong to the hiones? Iuaxpaycri. T'lIhs year, ilowever, as the area of laxa tlon hils been widely enlarged, a...
TO THE EDITOR OF THE EVELYN OBSERVER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 10 April 1903
TO TUlE EDITOR OF TIEI EjELYN 0b90ERVER. Slr,-You meet some. adrlositls among your correspondents somo times, and not the. least curious specimen. is the one salgning himself " Ratepayer" in, your last issue. " Ratepayer" seems n a bad way, and not able to understand plainnglish, 'and feels hurt at Cr. Thomas calling the Whittlsesa, Council " uy Council." I weaden how he weould feel If a member of a family of several in .number he use the- word.' my" family, if told it wasn presumption. on his. part I venture to say be would feel sore over it; but Cr. Thomas; from what I know of him, is not likely to do so, but rather to feel' highly amused at " Ratepayer's" stupidity in writing as he did, A a ratepayer also I feel highly delighted tsat the Government have accepted our Council's recommends. tions re the Ye. Road. Thanking you in anticipation, Yours respeatfully, ANOTIIIR ItA.TEPATHER;
COURTS. 1903. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 10 April 1903
COURTS. ,1903. Courts will be held during the Year 1903, at the undermentloned places,'on the days, at the hours;, and on the dates bhereinhater respectively set out, vie.: Nameof Court .'. Day Feb March 'Aprii May June July August Sept Oct Nor Dec Heidelberg .. Monday ...1 2, 23t 2,23t 6,27t I4,2*tt l ,225t 6,27i1 3,24t 14,28t 5, 26*t 2 23+f 21t t Anderson a Creel Monday ,... 11 9 9 20 Ii 8 13 10 7 12 16 7 Iltbatn ... Tuesday ... 11 10, 10 21 12 D 14 11 8.6 13 10 8. •Healesville . .Thursday... 2 30 26 26 23 21 18 16 3 10 8 5 a,31 Lilydale :.. Friday ; ... 6 3 6 , 13* 3,17- I 1. t t, 3*t.10 7, 14 4, 11, 18 2.9, 16 ,13 4.11 20, 27 20, 27 24 22, 29 19, 26 17, 24 21, 281 25*f 23"t, 2 20#t, 27 18*1 Ferntree'Gully... Wednesday. 9 '25 25 29 27 24" 29 26' 23 28 25 23 Warbrton:. Saturday... 10 ,21 21 13 16 13 11 8 6 3,31 ,28 19 " Police Mlagistrate's visits. t Licensing and Warden's Courts. D. 'BERlIhMAN, Clerk of Courts. Sc BTIORING TooETHER In ALL SORTS OF WIA'riuRe."-The friendship betwe...
CORRESPONDENCE. Without endorsing the opinions of our correspondents, we shall be glad to insert communications bearing upon topics of public interest, which may be intelligently expressed and free from personalities, on condition of receiving the writers real name, not necessarilly for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EVELYN OBSERVER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 10 April 1903
CORRESPONDENCE. Without endor.ing" the opinions of our correspondents, we shrll be glad to insert "communieations bearing upon topics of public interest, which may he intelligently expressed and free from personalitles, on, condltion of receiving the writer's real: name, not necessarily for publicatiou, but as a guarantee of good faith. TO TIB BDIT'OR OF THR EVELT OnBSER?6v . Dear .'ir,-Your correspondent, "Rate. payer" in your last isune, had better have his bumps rend, and see also a medical man and find out if he is in good health, as I doubt it, but rather think he is in a bad way,. suffering from tile momentous discovery that the Government have approved of mvy, Council's action re the works, on thm Yea, Road. The word " my' is used by me as being p member of the Shire Council of Whittlesua, and whethu1 presumption or not is nevertheless correct. Thanking yoeufor inserting this, Yours fasithslly, WALTERI THOMAS.
COMMONWEALTH CHARITY FETE AND ART UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 10 April 1903
COMMONWEALT?I OHA RTY FETE AND 'ART UNION. In our buness rcolumnas will be frund an announdemetit' with regard to 'the" alne ,movement; wljich -is been 'recently stnrted In .Melbourne in" a~?iF the DJ?ught, Foutioi jod'e ther pibllc ohari.ies: -The Committee in co?nposel of a nu'inber of meniberse of' the Victorian State Parliament -an other'pulbll men,, the .flon. Sir .,obqhtri l`tyre, K it., beiug. Ohaiman.. The profits, the lion. Sedretaries inforni us, are not to be used for Victrian chliarlities onlyJ iut will be dlivided pro rata according to the amount received in. each trate. rThe, art' union consists of 100 prices valued, at 1,000, and the tickets are one shilling each. Thle drawing of the art union will take place publicly in Melbourne on Alpril 20th. Additional .particulart are advertloed.:,