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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 24 April 1903

BIRTH. HARRIS.—On the 17th inst., at "Minerva,"   Kangaroo Ground, the wife of Robert C. Harris, of a son. Both doing well. In Memoriam. EVERITT.—In loving memory of our darl- ing little son Harry Biggs, who died at Kangaroo Ground, April 20th, 1902; also,   Harry Biggs, uncle of the above, who died at "Wishart," Healesville, on the 20th   April, 1900. Sadly we miss them, but yet in our sorrow Hope for the future will banish the pain; Faith points the way to a brighter to-morrow And whispers a hope we will meet them again. —Inserted by his loving parents,       W. J. and M. J. Everitt.

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE WIT OF THE CHILDREN. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 1 May 1903

i(HE WIT OF THE CHILOREN, Why Puonilh the Innocent ? - Mothel peverely): Iobert, you did very wrong to dc what I told you not to do. As a punmithment 'or your disobedience, I forbid you to pia) with ,Willie again this afternoon." Bobble mnd Willie twist nervously in their ohairs for itll an hour, when?'Willie observes, " i1a, lo you think it's fair to ponisll both ofu1 for *whatmliobble done p' Toaching the Itianiser,-la Sitamford,Oun. teoticot, two olildren attended service at the Church of which Itev,' Mr. Vail in pastor. 1lr. Vail repeated the words: " Theta is no. where, no place, .that God is not." .In an mudible whiaper Paullne said to her brother: " He don't know about it, does he ? But I'll tell him after churcll." Just n the ,reaclher deseeeded the pulpit stepl a breath. mss little tigre caughlt hold of hint and said panticgly: " You don't know about God, Mr. Vail. io isn't evtywltert, likeyou ihink He in, 'causo the Bible says, ' God i aot in the thoughts of the wicked.' T...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 1 May 1903

iJ, T.MACKEY, JUIR., Cordial and Bitter Manufacturer, . Royal Place (oft Swan-street), RICHMOND. 18 I eares manfactrilng for Helle and Mackey. Lilydale Cash Produce Store. 'e H,: We Pither (Late of Melbourne Markets). T'he only legitimate Produce Merchants IN L the District. b - ARGE supplies always on hand of the following : Bone Duet Su perphophate (Camuming, Smith & Co.) 'ates, feed whole and crashed , Tartarlan, Algerian, Danish, Stout Victorian Seed Yorkshire Hero Peas and Strata Iem, less than Melbolara priios Chaff, Hay, Bran, Pollard, Strac Barley S?- ic? Meal, Rye, Tares, Rock Satt Seed Maize, Garden Seeds. P.verything in the LINE ONLY kept in stock. AGENT for he celebrated BSalvitls. A cal ll l eenvince everybody. S. H. W. PITHER, I.I.Z D.V . a.E. Pomeroy & Tarrant's (Under Royal Letters Patent) AND Tree EXTRACTORS, FOREST DEVILS, Are still to.the fore. Cannot be beaten. Orders by post receive prompt attention.. Agricultural Implements, &c: Best wor...

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SOME GOOD STORIES OF GUILDHALL BANQUETS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 1 May 1903

SOME GOOD STORIES OF CUILDe HALL BANQUETS. The ninth day of the eleventh month it a red-letter day In English towns whose chief inhabitant is entitled to be addresecc for a brief twelvemonuth as " your worship." On thin notable date tile mayor is thre cynooure of all eyes, and it is the proudest moumnet of Ils existence. Of course, iu tho larger cieies, where " your worship " is nwallowed op in the more high-soundin phrase of "your lordship, thie glory it immenoilied. After all, however, tie grraltest interest centree in tile aholw which Inaugurates tihe year's reign of Londlon's Lord hMaiyor. lovideoulally, this pnmession -also atfollds a rich Iharvlest to the light-tiagetedl gentry, wlllloe delight It it is to haive Iheir hald in peoeltrl of other thtin their own. In 1554 idwarld Ill. granted toI Londlo till privileg illf laving trl"l ier bilvri lau'ter card ied beforo tihe Lord t hiyrr,seiilfsu,alder. aen, tand lctporntio. T'he lnate was tlhe inslumenrt employed by Walwtorlrt,' t...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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THE CHAMELEON'S COLOURS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 1 May 1903

THE CHAMELEON'S COLOURS. STheoe little creatures were about five Inchte in lengLth, of . general dalk green hus shading to grey, assimilating the varlious objects upon which they reeled slowly but very decidedly. I arranged soeral little corrals (says narLunalit), one wlLsh a white basen, anothenlr with a grey another with a green, and clhangod the occupantts about. In tot or fifteen inlutes thelly very materially would adapt themselves to t'e new tiert, though they never became white, the change then being nmoely a fading out of all lines, leaving thle bodly a faint grey. At nightL they becnaue a beautiful green, which may be oon lsidered their normual colour. The cluasgoe tladels in colnunteen Lam uonlidenst were not no rapid as those whAn Lhs lizarclo were In their native Florida, where nloistulse and hbut day anud night grave tlhemn thile exuact tens Iteratlre neeacrlry for their best dliphlay. h'luere is sometholing mysteriou s atnd even suneanny in wtaittllig the chating of co...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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HOW TO PREPARE FALLOW LAND CHEAPLY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 1 May 1903

:HOW TO PREPARE FALLOW LAND IBAPLY. ' To vlew of t. partial or entire failure .f the last heat crop on hundreds of thu.saands acres in Australia, and also ibearing ' mind that the supplies of hay and s?w are generally reduced to a mnirn m, it is obvious that to recoup atiie losses farmers must sow an un usually large acreage for the coming har vest. This 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 lllus trated circular of The Osborne Sulky Spring Tooth Culiivator, which will prepare a first-class seedl-bd on fallow land, and do it at the rate of 15 to 20 acres per day. WeV claim positively that this is the best implement ever made for this purpose, and that it uill do a gir~e amoount of good arona at less wSt Stha any olher cultivator in the eosld. , We are borno out in this assertion by .every one of its thousands of users in Aus tralia. There must he someone near yo...

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HOFMANN AND THE EMPRESS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 1 May 1903

HOFMANN AND THE EMPRESS.. iJonf elufmilnn, thle faluous young pianist, Ii fond of ill sortv of aporti , epe,?lally of knllting, Ill whiich, an buy, ihe eoeolled. \Vitiin vitintlg HI. J?UtombTeiuig i ger or two Igos Jo?tl naRn u nionlod tLu playu bofuro the i?i.luilpreM, tile hour llirnmol bollngl frounl blrh?r Io four In hei Rlfteriiuou. It Wis la perftslo dny. 'hle Nov a wa? froen over, ol ourn, in d tl h IeltIllllgll waee lt i heightlll lillll lintl ly a tell r ltinfhl oun tinoI t n fithlltr found hii f un dresimnlg on II to go in thi Sihnrv ave foilun unIting " iie dimniarind. " Te Iliay for the lE~tltire?m. ii Ilut yoii ore iinoi. I( o ul tl three o'clnoclk " " 'ihres oiiuk I If I wi itiifl t lti it will bn tou ltIe to go skating. I 'mi going un0ow 1 liIe worn. Ail II II Iii i a slrlllni o Iii llny lln Iioi kown ulll fllti ll Ioii l inr t fll n gufeyvi fur ifhei a i iuipi en vs unun ii hie i 'lnvll. ll |fr ||i lle (Il· illieiiinii l et II w ..tll ranl?|c l °hedt I',nin'., andll ...

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A NEWSPAPER APPEAL POEM. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 1 May 1903

A NEWSPAPErt APPEAL POEM. ,o The following wen the £2o00 prize re. cently offered by a syndicate of American editors for tie hest appeal poets to news paper subserihers to pay up their arrears. Tlhe lucky antu talented author is the editor of the RocAy Mountain Colt e Lives of great men oft remind us, lollnst meo won't stand a chance I The more we work there grows beihind us, Bigger patches osn our iants. On our pants once new and glossy, Now are stripes of different hlue I And becaleo slbscribers lillger, And won't pay us what is due. Then lot us bo tup and doing, SBend your mito however small, Or when the snow of winter strikes is,; We shall hive no petts at all.

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A DESERTED CITY [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 1 May 1903

A DESERTED CITY In h'eradaoounty, Cal., repose the romanus of one of tLh strangest towns on the Con. tinoen Meadow Lake is the American Pompeii, whose entombing lava is the sum. mit anow storms which sometimes bury it 25feet deep on a level, and whoseo annual ex huming is brought about by the summer sun. It was in the eummer of 1805 that the name Meadow Lauke wa formally given to ~te town, previously called Exoelsior and Bummit City. Until 1858 nothing had been done in the way of prospecting that particu. Isr locality. Henry Hartley, an Englishman, who visited the vicinity in June, 1863, in search of game and hanooed to discuver fragments of gold, imparted his discovery to his ldlends. A company was formed, nod soon after other companies and the building of a city wan ta rted. With the close of the fall of 1865 the noew city contained about 11T0 housos completed and a number of others in oaurse of con etruution. Then all houpes were blasted. The advelturern Iwokbr to tile sad iealit...

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"STICKING TOGETHER IN ALL SORTS OF WEATHER." [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 1 May 1903

t I Nll IAu11.t W h l l I lII Ip Al t1nll 1111111 guther to alt moitll of wolttlir to it f~l'ndIuttt wits(i liowitu gtt tut tIlte of to I kitty Rolin or III em, tinil~ly dlrl lllllnpl l a it rrlou of this kl11 Im iittl ou tttult o c her wort. Hoti lot ill tI1I Into flint'III 14. And when the l lo U1dr of(I Iel'kl(lInl lotlhllr nlll i t" wit turn 1I1It1I'II(,! 111111 Inllk(( llvely to L IloJI\llowa 'n I'I (1 and 011(1111114-11t. 't'hey Il'L I)IU only trinllr 0111)41) 11i'11111wh1) I M ll11'11 11 r1)1 at 1 110,1 1 Islam. \\) I~lnnw 11, 11111 wVV 1)1(1 lo them'II, Confident Inll 1110 kI ttOWiuiyu tIttI tIttihy will 0loru It to hoonlih.

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AMELIA'S CHESTNUT BANG. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 1 May 1903

,AMELIA'S CHESFHUT BANC. Amelia's chestnut bang fell modestly from -the brim of hor aiollor hat. The men adlmired Its crispness silently, or included It tacitly in theire.mplimente. The other women envied it or openly expressed their admiration of its unusual curl and stiffoeas while they nursed limp curls or courageously brushed back their hair from their foreheads. ForAamelia's bana never varied. The heaviest fogs did not impair its beauty, and she stepped from her bath after the morning plunge with its most attractive qualities uoitualirel. if it were ever open to criticism, it was during the evening hours. By gulllght it had a stu picious look at its juncture withl her beauti ful head, but those who made remarks about it then weoenither hypercritical or jealous. WYhen the party started, to ride to a neigh bouting village one day, Amelia;'s bang had never looked more charming. There was a iSeptember chill in the air. Tihe bicycle path lay through the woods, and tile nnrrow strip ...

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Commonwealth Charity Fete and Art Union. 100 PRIZES VALUE £1000 Tickets 1s. Patrons: [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 1 May 1903

C<commonwealth Charity Fete and,Art Union. 100 PRIZES VALUE £1000. IIght Hon. Si' r Fdniud Barton and Lady Barton. Ills Excellency 'the: Lieut..Governor and Ldvy Madden. Rlight Hon.the Lord Mlayor' and Lady Gtllitt. 'tJiht tIon. 0 fI: eld, P.C., K.C., .. itR., and Mrs.. Reid. -1kThe lion. -The Minister of Public Works and Mrs. 'Taverner. Senator the Hon. Robert Reid.' To be drawn I'Publily iin Melbourne on 20th May wzitho'd fail..:

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List of Prizes. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 1 May 1903

List of Prizes; Ilt. Lipp Piano, £105. : 2ld. Cnlough and Warren Organ, £52 10s. ?i:d i Remington Typewriter;. £25. 4 `Pah. ir' Japanuee lPor?eiai nrArt Vnises, ý_nItiI5.5'GdU d -Wateh'an4:Cha.i5ilady.' or 20~.Pijizes", conlistin of.Paintings byJ. '.McCubbin, Sid. Long. J.. Inst:F terson, A. Collinlgrid'e, W. Withers, Julieu Ashton, Charles Nuttall, A.. J Da)plyn, A. .Co'quhouin, and other Artials of A ustraii?a repute: 25 Prizes, consisting of Porcelain Art Ware. ,:",25 Prizes of P.P; Ware, emnbracing a variety of articles both omansenfnial sad useful. '.5 Prizes, assorted to suit the choice of winner. ALL: PRIZES DEI.IVEREI) FRttiR. G. J. ItAMS1tAY,f Ion. Secn. A. 3I. CRAIG, J o Biroken Hill Chambers, at Queen Street, Melbourne.

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CLOSE SEASONS FOR GAME. CAUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 1 May 1903

OLOSE SEASONS FOR GAME. CAUTION. The subjoined Table, showing the Close Beasons for Game, Is published for general nloormatlon. All previous Tables are hereby cancelled. rlB WIIOLE YEAR. All Australian Fa'na, with the exception of snakes, in National P.rk near Wilson's Promontory, all birds, except sparrows and nlnahe, not linigenols to Australia, and their produce (including egos), antelope, bee eaters, blatard or will turkey, Calfor r nlan quall, deer, emuss, eplthlsnuras, fan tails, lycatchers, great kingllsher or laugh. Ing jurkans, grouse, Ibis, large greo kangaroos (mlacrolpus gigeuteus), great ro4 kaneLaroos (su~aropes rulus), lyre-birds, mlagllles, magplo lark, atirve boars, owls, parti, lies, lpheasauta, platypus, podargus or nlopokes, tohlins, seals, soluthern stone plover or curlew, swallows, warblers, white swens, wrens, 14th day of June to the 2011 day of l)ecem. her In each year. IllA k swael, wild geeoe of all kinds, )lt day of August inI eacll year to the last day ol...

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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FISHERIES ACT 1890. CAUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 1 May 1903

FISHERIES ACT 1890. CAUTION. The followinig Extracts from the Fisheries -Act 1890, and Proclamations thereunend, antendhlig to date, are published for general onformation. -- ?ectlon 15.-Any person fshing with a net or fixed engine in any river, creek, or stream, or within such distance from the rmnost 'tht eeaft ' .as v be.. roclainmed by ....... uneteTai hbe liable -o a penlty, of not less than £2 nor more than £20. Sectlion 16.-All nets containing fish shall be emptied in the water. Any person draw. lIg on to dry land any net containing fish shAll be liable to a penalty of not. less than £2 nor more than £20. Section 2I.-Any person knowingly tak. Ing or assleting or attempting to take any fish 'lot Indigenous to Victoria, or any of such species, within three years after their introdultlon, or any further time proclaimed, or having inadvertently taken such fish and shall not forthwith return the same to the Swater in which they were captured, shall be liable to a penally of £20. S...

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COURTS. 1903. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 1 May 1903

COUR_ TS. 1903. Courts will be held during the Year 1903, at the uudermnentloned places, on the days, at the hours, and on the dates herelnatter respectively set ont, viz.: Name of Court Day Feb March April May June July August Sept Oct Nor Dec Heidelberg Monday . 1 2, 3 2,23I 6 4,27 25* , 22* 6, 271 3, 24' 14,28t S,26f 2, 23t 21*t Anderson a Creek Monday .. 11 9 9 : 2, :11 8 13 10 7 .12 16 7 iltlbham Tuesdaoy... 11 10 10 ' 21 12 9 14 n11 8 1 10 8 Healeeville . Thursday... 2 30 26 26 23 21 18 16 13 10 8. 5 3,31 Lilydale ... Friday ... 0 6,13t 6,13 3,l'f 1.8t15 5f,12 3 10 7. 14 4,1118 2.9, 1 6,13 4.11 20, 27 20, 27"-i 24 22, 2 19, 26 17, 24 21, 28t 25+ 23, 3020t, 27 1t Ferntree Gully.. Wednesday 9 25 25 29 27 24 29 . 26 23 28 25 23 Warburton. u .. Saturday. . 10 21 213! 1 _. i 16 13 11 8 5 3,31 28 19 L C j o C ý y a ? C3'" m e` a eo ý c c.

Publication Title: Evelyn Observer And Bourke East Record
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CAPTAIN SIGSBEE AS AN ARTIST. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 1 May 1903

CAPTAIN SICSBEE AS AN ARTIST. One day in the spring of 1875, when the "Daily Graphiu " of New York, was in full awing of its meteorio career, a modest. luokiug young ann unlled at the art depart. ment of the paper, at ies Park-place oflicoe, with a packago of sketches.e The drawingE were left for Inepection, and the artiul, handing hie addrese in Brooklyn to the assistant of the art editor, took his depar. ture. The avuil??llltv of the work was mani. tuted as soun nou the packagu wras opened, and comic o series from the lot was repro duoed at once for the front page. Tllcheir appearance made quite a flutter among the art staff, for talent capable of furnibllilg good 0 omi0so in t on and ink in thuau days was a scarce uad ostlly art|lo. The page was signe? e* S," and that was all the stufa knrw about it until there wais a general shaving about oLwor k (desks to make room " for Mr. Sigsheo." But Mr. Sigsbee did not materialiso, nor did thie supply of his wonderfully funny drawings con...

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WHEN THE SENSES GROW KEEN. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 1 May 1903

WHEN THE SENSES GROW KEEN. - I made bold to ay to Dr. Nansean that thousands upon thousaode of men who were not specially interested in Arctic work had read his book with delight, and Ihat to me the matlll was not that he could do what he did in the fluid, bu tht that he could writoauch a book about Iiln experiences. "The beat thiiag in it, to my notion," I said, " is your description of your dramatic meeting with Jackson on Franc Jorsef Land, and the bet palrt of that was your relerence to the manner in which the wild toan's sharpened senses discovered the fragment of sorp whtlh thoe olvilied European had usal in hi. mota. tag ablutious." " It is really true," replied Dr. Naansen, " that I could tmell that hoop ras plainly an it it had been a etrong perfume. Jolhaouen inoed the samie tinlig when he enmoe up. lit an for several days our enone of nmenll wis o.at wonudrfully acute. a uI pptoaouled Jclhkason'a ult I thought I couldl autll every. thing it cuontained lad ive soert of oin...

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WHITTLESEA AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 1 May 1903

WHITTLESEA AGRIOD LTURAL SOCIETY. A meetrii of the abov, Society ,was held' at the, Royal lail Hotel, WVhitlh. Sdn, Oil dt irday. 21:ii ult. Pr usdilL~?:1 Meoars. Drpnr (is thei chair), Mldi?n (trenastrr), J. Ournfoot, J. Otulthard, F. Carter, W. Laillay, W. R. Merri lees, 0. Creighton, T. Nicholson, Jeffrey, and the Sc.ertary. The minutes Were read and con firmed. CORRESPONDENCE. From Rliral Producers' -Association, requesting atteadaneo of delegate to meeting at Colac its July.-Mrr Draper appointed to attend. From 'S. A. Sharp, resigning his peaoston on cornmmittee, having rotmoved to Berwick. MAr Laidlay proposed thmat Mr C. H. Whitty, of the Royat-- .L Hotel, Whittleons, be appointed in lMr Sharp" place. Secotllpd by Mr 'Jeffrey aid carried. know date of annual show, 1903 - Secretary to answer when date is fixed. Erom Agricultural Departmoent, ask. ,iig moodbers to contribute to. the column of their journal.-Received. PLOUOIIINO MATCII. The committee then arranged the schedule f...

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THE WONDERS OF A MAGICAL NUMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 1 May 1903

THE WONDERBS OF A MACICAL NUMBER. Etvurybudy kinuO'ls thu tricks Ihult snc is phityd wish thle utlUml r t--tit Iltyuterlson., properl.y hruown us OIur "tIswer if silnr.' lutt tltrullge thtIngs tre souilet litlh dlluovlerudt with regalrd tLu utlllr nilli?ers, ccel, wllhn we -et hin o) hI llllId l Illl t Iolln:lllll U. 'Ih r torl+ llll ll llll 12,ll ll ib'1 , flr Illl lticl. At I s|t . sinI!lllar 1l In ol lly w enllw11e't Iktlofl mll uIhlt plyigK It thliit w u Itisn'IIIr' Its sIliwre, ?u' trll i lInd thlllt if wlt luls tip i't fy s i lly IuiItrnt Ih r frllllll olnll lIup LUnix, we1. 1IhIl arlriYve t ;troillt't, expr'mr t hV u I tll.v'i Y thi' I PilIIIt iNuren cis titU tigittlll It. 111Nut . tnl h i tilt, tllt tIle 'ke'nlIlIol IlIl tL it (d I I a at l(IJullr lol'dHl 1[i 1 h 1 h1111@, |hi onlelrll of(IX I IItr.? IIn h Itlnllll in . 112,1]{+'/multiplilol hy I in d nif l allu the unitii 142,ik! 7 , by is !tib,71t. 142,11i'l liy 4 is ,'lt42!, . 14'l',llbJ ,, hy 4 is 1 1.4 12, 142,lj7 ,1 hy...

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