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HEIDELBERG COUNCIL. WEDNESDAY, 8TH APRIL. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 17 April 1903
HEIDElABJiRG OOUNOIL. i WDNESDAY, sTII APnRIL. Present--Or 'Brewer (President), and '. Ors Diany, Starling, Knapnman, :ILugton, WVad.eson, Latham; Ford, iRocks, and ryan. O.: RESPONDENCE. From the Municipal Association, forwarding counsel's opinion on the subject of the recovery of special im provement rate.-Reforred to tile mem bars of the Fairfield riding. Front the Under Treasurer, forward ing voucher for £207, equivalent for publican's licenses. From the Fire Brigades Board, for. warding statement of yearly contribu tions payable by the various munici palities, Heidelberg's coutribotion being £94. Front the Board of Works, forward. ing a duplicate agreement in connetc tion with the reticulation of Park' Crescent and Arthur Street, etc., Fairfield. From Michael Orotty and D. Sulli van, asking permission to make drai'i'd tiader footpath in Barkly Pines; Heidel. borg, and requesting the council to form fiotpath.-Referred to the Engineer with power to eat. From iMr Gair, M.L.A., for...
Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 17 April 1903
THE FIRST SILVER WEDDING The fashion of silver weddings dates back to the reign of Hugues Capet, King of France, in 987. Once, as Hugues was &nbsp; arranging his uncle's affairs, he found on one of the estates a servant who had grown grey in the service of his relative. On the farm with this old man was also a serving &nbsp; woman, who was as old as he, and also un- married, who had been the most devoted and hard working of the women servants of the King's uncle. When the King heard these praises of the two, he ordered them to be brought before him, and said to the woman— Your service is greater than this man's, who services were great enough, for the woman always finds work and obedience harder than a man, and therefore I will give you a reward. At your age I know of none &nbsp; better than a dowry and a husband. The dowry in here—this farm from this time henceforth belongs to you. If this man who has worked with you five-and-twenty years is willing to marry...
HOMELY AND HUMOROUS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 April 1903
EOMELY AND HUMOROUS. Many year o ugo there werl two bao thi S namlled Juol land Jolnallth, who were fami,11 thrioughout Wayne l'ounty, lea~., lbecaluis they were both auoh f' ighl. Use daly l hey were on their way to Clllrlrnatl by wgglon, lln lln days of tIllhe l canal. The waggonl oan of thle covered vallety, aInd uanltyJurl nwas viible to o110 suulal ant e S the veliclu langred into and olut of the chuckhlllelI, hala infrmteli the way. Joel wns eail ta hr lho l t n l. I ghlli.l ll r?l hoal in all the country round, and his l hlelaer lak Inoiclo?ue. Th'le twia rolhr met It hilrnia ger, who al* Intraed hy ahl Ioinplealy honly" fate of Joel etopllpe hes halanl and ne ld " alltne ule, mly friend, butill would yoU enail llllan aira y ur r1a n1 i e? in a i, ealchl, li tnaie Ii.l replied " Well I il-?s I nlain't dtone nothlrln' thati wlll kI fiile I anI l r Iii al tao t ell my nnmen. ally rolna In Jorel--" " \\llherra d you lne, if It ins fair quIe' " I Ille iI rw'yrll ' 'l tlllly, Indi...
A FEARSOME MACHINE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 April 1903
A FEARSOME MACHINE. The mosl astounding inveintion of re rentl. years is T? esla' system of electric tlransll ission through natural media." .\II oth-r discoveries in the realm nof linee, pale before i this wonlerful machine, details of which are juat to hamd. It w?ould perhaps he easier to Lay what Ni·,li Teelias inventionl ealot do tIha h;at it cando.Oneof the thinge laimed for it is thai it. could demolish a tleet of ',attleships without eominl within sight :f it. Thel ations of a torpedn boat oni Ih connst of Frianc eontiul he reulated ;rnoi New York by invi ible mansA. ow lr threse marvellous fteats aeconm plilshed ? They are dote by electric dis charges of imanly mnilitn volts pol?wer ge rated ill 'Tlasks lponrtus. Theue. terribly powIerful electlric ?nrreuls are projectdl ilato space iad sweep across miles to filnlly strike agalint and wreck the object whc sedostruction is intended.
A PECULIAR CHERRY TREE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 April 1903
A PECULIAR_ CHERRY TREE. A peculiar botanical phenomenon is toported from Linden. In the yard of the Rev. W. .T. Dudley, stands a large cherry true, which several days ago bloomed for the second time this season. This fact in itself was not so remarkable, as that ever since the tree has beeIn in bloom it has boion giving off a continual mist-a mist" of sulficient quantity to keep the ground unduder the tree sa?ting wet. The boughs and leaves of the tree drip with moisture and everything ad jacent to it is saturated. A peisos may sland beneath the limbs and almost at once will become conscious of the tine mist,whicth is constantly given otl.Should a person stand under the tree for fi teen minutes his clothes would be fairly soaked. Several small limbs have Ibeeni ciut oft in the eflort to solve the mystery attaching to the tree, but their structure and condition present ino untusual ap pearance. The misit nl times is stronger thant t9thers, aid is most apparent on dry dlays. The trel...
WORLD'S KISSING RECORD. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 April 1903
WORLD'S. KISSING RECORD. St. Louis boasts a woman who holds the kissing record of the world. Tile lady bears the unromantic patronymic of ltainwatlr, and she is married. In the piping times of peace, Mrs. Rain water had a particular fondness' for Company Ii of the 1st M iseouri Volun teers and Company E for Mlrs. Rlin water. She was leading patroness of every company ball and theatrical enter. iainme ot. When war broke oat, aa Mrs. Rainwater ever after boastied, the com pany volunteered " solid " but, to her iiltiite grief, marched away before she could give the men her blessing. De ternmined, however, that they should not go into the perils of war without her greeting, Mrs. Rainwater made a special journey from St. Louis to Chicamanga to greet her beloved company. There was i great stir in the camp of Company E thalt day. The men turned out from their washing or other occupation. but there was a great reunion in the oft-duty hours, and before she caine away Mrs. Rlainwater had kiss...
A NEWSPAPER APPEAL POEM. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 April 1903
A NEWSPAPER APPEAL POEM. The following on Ithe 1£200 prize re. cently offlred by a syndicate of American editors for the beat appeal poem to news paper uhscerthere to pay up their arrears. l'be Inekv and talented author is the edithr of the Rocky Mountain Coll : Lives of great men oft remind ns, jloncet men won't stalld a chance The more we work there grows behind us, Digger patches on our ianl,. On cur pants once new and glossy, Now are stripes of different hie n And beeause subscribers linger, And won't pay us what is doe. Then lot us be tip and doing, Cend your mite however emntail, Or whntl the snow of winter strikes us, We shall have no pants at all.
"STICKING TOGETHER IN ALL SORTS OF WEATHER." [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 April 1903
J\V tAb 'lliI,~ --'tt1II rrl alalllplll IIILWCIwoorn 0( to'lle n, wit, nnhI lq turls llan It Iticl h to. 001 lii I (((V tug, to tllctic oh Iiiorplcrtly (0100 hlid 111(1, oInofll Ito ft tint'rl ant (Itoll ult Ihia tntiOl utolnit gtttlli Lulll wit roi iuowl who~v rl oI·~l~ nhhtitl' Ohnhit 11 Ill \'! 10,111 ti,~1hiii1ittv nII) ttrn'ltot!lYIY to t1~ct~1outoyg' 1'(11 ottut1 I hntw I~it t'hoy oalo Ito mllntt b, c~,,t,,r,,u fttkllnttitotit Ialr wototllo 01l attott8 lioT, (V tIto t ottWi it o itt.tttteo t
MISSED HIS OPINION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 April 1903
MISSED HIS OPINION. Five or si villagers wero sitting around in the corner grocery at Kickyhlusect swap. ping opinions, theories, and seminiscences, anld slyly helping temueelve.l t the store. keeper's crackers and dricd prunes, wholl thI talk drifted to the oubject of the lpr1ip. riety of Ameircan heireases wedding foreign noblemen. " Waal, ' spoke up tii Sltubbinge, " let 'um if they want to. The kind of Amclecau girl that would marry ile Irinr of a fuirinet for his tile that w"uild mi:rrytlo kind of girl for her mone) thlat would naily him for his title, knowin' anl the thei that lie wae mnrryin' her for her onnev, well knowin' that hlo in manrryirng himn for his title, tn knowin' that hle knows she's known Ile'l murryl' iher fori he0 mnany, an' kniown she known l he knto,wn iho known lie known sh 'l mihnyih' him fi, his title, while everyboduy rlok known it an known e knows- ' P'tu--yarn ! ' interruplted oil Uncle EIbon I.arzenberly, who won alnorst no dell n thli pioverbiel add...
ELTHAM RAILWAY, TIME TABLE. WEEK DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 April 1903
ELTI1AM RAILWVAY, TIMEI TABLE. Leave Afeibourne-7.38 and 9.38 a.m., and 5.10 p.m. Leave Hleidelberg-8 25 and 10.25 a.m., and 5.55 pam. Leave Greeusborouglh. 17 minutes later than Ileide:berg, and arrive at Eltham 25 minutes after leaving Heidelberg. Leave Elthamn-7.35 and 9.35 a.m., and 5.5 p.m. Leave Greenshorough 8 minutes later. Leave fleidelberg-8.17 and 10.17 a.m., and 4.47 p.m.. S. ATURDAYS. Leave Melbourne-7.38 and 9.38 a.m., I.l0 and 5.10 p m. . Leave Heidelberg-8 25 and 10.25 a.m. 1.55 and 5.5.5 p.m. Leave Eltham-7.35 and 9.35 a.m.; 1.6 and 5.5 p mn. Leave Heidelberg-8 17 and 10.17 a.m.; 1.47 and 5 47 p.m.
THE MEALS OF MERRIE ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 April 1903
THE MEALS OF MERRIE ENCLAND. In olden times the English had three uscals a day, of which the chief meal was taken when the work of the day was luislled. The tiat meal was at nine, dinner was about three o'clock, and supper was taken just before bedtime. The Normanes dined at the old English breakfast time, or a little later, and supped at seven p.m. In Tudor times the higther clases dined at elevcn and supped at fire. but the merchants seldom took their meals before twelvoe and rix o'clock. The hlief meals, dinner no d supper. were taken in the hall both by Ite old English and tihe Normans, for toe parlour did not come into orne until the reign of Elizabeth. Breakfast did not berrme a regular meal until quite lately, and Dr. Murray, in tile Uxoford t)iclionary, gave 1463 an the dale of sarliest quotatii o Ittn which the worl necurred. The, nloal did not blcaore rrcog. lired until late in Ihe revenlrenth lcalnury, for Pepyn htabitually tlook hin tdttui'l.t tof hall a pint of lheonrh ...
CLOSE SEASONS FOR GAME. CAUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 April 1903
CLOSE SEASONS FOR GAME. OAUTION. The ubjoinoed Tablo, showing the Close Bessons for Gameo, is published for general Information. All previous Tables are hereby cancelled. THR WHOLE YEAR. All Australian Fainsa, with the exception of snakes, in Nailonal Pork near Wilson's Promonitory, all birds, except sparrows nud minals, not Indigenous to Australia, and their produce (including eggs), antelope, liee eaters, Ils.tard or wild turkey, Callfor . flan quail, deer, emus, ephthli(aonras , fan tails ctcher, flyatchecs, great kingtllser or laugh. fog Jackass, grouse, lisll, large grey kangaroos (mtacropus gigantiius), great red kaselaroos (siacropIu rufus), lyre-birds, magpies, magpie lark, native bears, owls, partridges, pheasants, platypus, podargus or mopokes, srolltl, seals, southernl stone plover or curlew, swallows, warblers, white swans, wrels. 14th day of June to the 211th day of I)ecom ber in each year. Illark swan, wild geeen of all kinds. lst day of August in eiinchl year to tihe ...
FISHERIES ACT 1890. CAUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 April 1903
FISHERIES ACT 1890. CAUTION. The following Extracts from the Fisheries Act 1890, and Proclamations thereunend. amending to date, are published for general information. Section 16.-Any person fishing with a net or fixed engine in any river, creek, or stream, or within such distance, from the mnout thereof as may be proclaimed by the Governor in Council, shall be liable to a penalty of not less than £2 nor more than £20. Nl ctiou 16.-All nets contalnjog fish shall ph? ptilJl in the water. Any ?arsndraw ' ,lua ..R olijiu-al a.ny-l t ,-Ir4ainoing 4lhe shall be liable to a penalty of not less than, £2 nor more than £20. Section 20.-Any person knowingly tak. ing or assisting or attempting to take any fish lot indigenous to Victoria, or any of such species, within three years after their introduction, or any further time proclaimed, or having inadvertently taken such fish and shall not forthwith return the same to the water in which they were captured, shall be liable to a penalty of £20. ...
COURTS. 1903. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 April 1903
COURTS. 1903.' Courts will be held during the Year 1903, at the'undermeutioned places,.oa the days, at the hours, and on the dates hereinafter respectively set out, viz. : Name of Court Day Feb March April. May June July August Sept Oct Nov Dec Heidelberg . Monday . t) 2, 230t 2,23*t 6,27*t 4,2!t tlO2 627*1 24a!t 14,28· 5,26ft 2, 23ft 21t Anderson'a Creek AMonday . l: 9 9 20 11, 8 13 10 7 12 16 7 Fltha n . .Tuesday .. 11 10 10 s-21 12 9 14 11 8 1 10 8 Healesrillbe Thursday... 2 30 26 26 23 21 18I 16 13 10 8 5 3,31 Lilydale ...Friday ...9 30 6,1t 6,1 st s,17ft .8*t,1 5t,12t 3t.o10 7 14 4, 11.18 2 9, 16 6,13 4.11 20, 27 20, 27 24 22, 20 19, 26 17, 24 21, '28* 25*+ 23'*t so3 0t, 27 1*'t - " 1 tl. Ferntree Golly.. Wed-ueday 9. 25 25 29 27 24 29 26 23 28 2 23 Warburton ... Satuday ... 10 21 21 13 16 13 11 8 5 - 3,31 28 19 :* Police Magistrate's visits. f Licnsing and Warden's Courts. D. IDIRhtIMAN, Clerk of Courts.
A Sluggish Liver. RECTIFIED BY BILE BEANS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 April 1903
A Sluggish Liver. RECTIFIED DY BILE'iEAIS. A sluggish liver. is what may be termed a seasonable complaint at this time of the year, accontitiu for that tired, weary, out-ofsonrlr f?eling, now as prevalent. Now Bile Beans have been prepared as an essential liver medicine to act directly on that organ, anil stimulate it to proper action and through the liver they act upon the whole system, thus supplying that " tone" which is so essential at this season of all others in order to with stand the chasgeablo Autumn weather. Alrs Mary Williame, of 350 Firtroy St., Fitzrny, MlIbohrne, says :-" For yealt I have suffered from a sluggish liver, which caused nie a great deal of misery. I elen had pains in the back and under tile shoulders, which were nost unbear. able. During ditlerent times I tried sceres of advertised medicines, It got no relief. Some mnontha agoe in conse. quenoc ofI hearintg isoe of my acqnuin talcecs penak highly of Bile Beans, I decided to try t.hen. I was very bail it ti...
A Simple Arrangement. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 April 1903
A H?mple Arra.igement. - uridslo e?lr: Now, hw n nll w ?o ? lmanage about hllir hl Woe lilong to iTIoreii lltllenuilllttitlon., you l know. Shall I go with you, or will you gop with ml t Ilridegroom elect: I tell you whaIt. You tell your milniter thint you're goin to lily church, nd I 'll tell y lmillnitor that 'li ointlg Il yourIe. Theon n wlonl't be missed, adl wo jetedll't go anywhllere, A Htep too Prar.--" It in true," nilte ?ail, SIlmta our club hIi iis been ,ilinil,: d ," " Whnl wiis the ditiiculty i " " Why the IrelidenIt ileid In0 nforlne a tillc l t h ll li .t lilnt onlly on 111111 te11111 1 IOuldl tailk at a lim01'." ++ li, : Ilo you rllmill'lllb lit+et we IIIrt? 'li'i low wa lilt on lie r0l r,1 this i r wao full iof mailiter mente, til - lllllot e ; 5l1i now l re N llnl o noi er, nIlll dliiW, n11 rore, anitl1111 enl linli. Ify lhe Wiy, have ytu helarld of ily lnlllsllellIntit ++ Neo Hiurpl" el.- " No I" pablIh lihe rIch old hliii lor, " lI lr e1, r nill Ier1111i It lit er...
[ALL RIGHTS RESERVED] HIS LOVE AND MINE. CHAPTER 1. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 April 1903
(ALTL fillT RESERVIIED ] HIS LOVE AND MINE. OHAPTEIt 1. The unpleasant trtlli was brought home to noone day-suguned like on unsavoury pow. .lr-that I wan getting quite on old fellow, It was at the Murray's yearly garde.o larty that this whisper was wafted to my uetroged coars: * Who Is that very itriking-looklog men tIth the pretty daughter?" "Do you hear that, Molly? " I queried, tisit a would-be careless laugh, of the dainty ehlto-robed figure at my side. " Those old .louwagors tke me to be your father." " Stupid old snalls I" was my ward's scath' ng comment. "Their eyes must either be Ilued tp, I should soay, or their wits very noch nstray. Don't mind them. Pier.; idle teople always talk a lot of nonsrese without Selieving It to be one scrap true." " I don't care a hang ! " I declared dial.n lenuously. "Ono should be proud to ble tisotaken for the papa of such a well-dressed mnd moderately comely young lady." "Don't you think me awfully pretty, Piers? " she asked. "I should imagi...
HOW TO PREPARE FALLOW LAND CHEAPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 April 1903
HOW TO PREPARB FALLOW LAND EAPLY. I In view of t partial or entire failure 'of the last teat crop on hundreds of thousands tacres in Australia, and also bearing mind that the mupplles of hay and law are generally reduced to a m?r, it Is obvious that to recoup t, losses farmers must sow an un. usually large acreage for the coming hbar vest. Thils being the case, it Is of the utmost Importance to them that their ground be prepared rapidly and at the smallest possible cost. We ask farmers to send to us for illus traIted circular of Tihe Oshborne Sllky Spring Tooth Ctltivanor, ahich wsill prepare a first-class seed-bed on frdlow land, and do It at4he rate of 15 t to 2 acres per day. We claim positively that this is tie Iest Implement ever mnde for thins purpose, and that it will do a given aotlaunt of 0/oi forh at lessl costii than any other ortllrelltor ia the uorld. , WVe are mborne uilt hi this aRsCertoll Iry every one If its t houoardis of iserIs ai Ars. tr;ali. 'Thlre uIlltl le aom...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 April 1903
J ,I MACKEY, JUNR.,, Cordial and Bitter 'Manufacturer, R??~oyal Place (oft Swan-street), RICOHMIOND. 18s yers manufacturiong for Helle and -Mockey. Lilydale Cash Produce Store. 8, H. W. Pither (Late of Melkoarne Markets). The only legitiate Produce ferah?ants i the District. T ARGE sppIfes always on hand of the : A following:- Bone Dust Superphosphat e(Cmming, Smilth k Co.) Oats, feed whole and crushed ,: Tartariaan,AlgeriPln, S Danish, Stout Victorian Seed Yorkshire Hero Peas and b'trats. gem, less than Melbourne prices Ch.aff hay, Bran, Pollard, Straw Barley ic le Meal, Rye Tares, lock Salt Seed Main, Garden Seeds. : verything is the ,LINE ONLY kept toIn 2 stock. ý. , :Al.G2INTtI' £ rcaeleeaied .Balvltfs. A call esilleeonvince eeeary.dy. S. H. W. PITHER, T =ILTH D.A=.= o Pomeroy & Tarrant's (Under Royal Letters Patent) Tree EXTRACTORS, FOREST DEVILS, Are still to the fore. Cannot be beaten. Orders by post receive prompt attention. Agricultural Implements, &e: * Bes...
NATIONAL CITIZENS' REFORM LEAGUE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 April 1903
NATIONAL CITIZENS' REFORM LEAGUE: ,First Annual Conference to be held in the Melbourne Athenaeum Bull, Cellini Street, Melbourne, Wednesday, April 29th, 1903, conmmencing at 10 a.m. ' After 12 months of active political "work, thie National Citizens' Rpform League will meet in conferenes as above to review the past work of the organi. zation and prepare for the coating year. Delegates have been appointed from the branches of the League now num. bering ever 200, and it in fully expected there will be a large attendance to receive the report of the Council of the League. The experience of the past year has shownowhere certain alterations in the reles for the better governing of the League can 1)e made. A sub-committee has Lad this work in haad far somen time, and the Council feel certain that the proposed altera. tioans will be for the good of the organ:zation. Amongst the teost im. portant alterations are provisions for extesrling thte scope of the influence of the League in order to...