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UNEXPECTED RESULTS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 1 May 1903
UNEXPECTED RESULIb. EYdieon's phonograph is noew mugnificently appointed, and you ran investigate and on joy this facinee ting instrument to your heart's zollnten. Icautilul young ladite obligingly explain the wonderful instrument to your perfect undorstanding, and treat you as nicely as if tllhy thought you were going Lu buy one of them-one of the ioachinos I mean. " Perhaps you would like to talk into it yaurselfI" the pretty girl asked, in the sweetelt tones, after she had treatel me to cylinder after cylinder of songo and brass bands and exercises in the German language. I said I thought it would be nale. So she put a brand new wax in the cylinder of the nmachine, nicely adjusted the ' mechanism, and bade me speak into the mouthpiece.. I never felt so bashful in my life. " 1 don't know whatto say," I stammered, after looking vacantly into the mouthpiece and then round the building and then into the bright eyes of the attendant, " Supposuae you begin." So she uttered a few remark...
A WONDERFUL INVENTION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 1 May 1903
A WONDERFUL INVENTI3N. I suppose you all know Torel Scr.olntos. And if you don't, you klttiw othera like him. H]e is anlwuy yn the blink of[ making ia for tune. In fact, le can balance himself upon a hrink longer than anybody I know. Nice fellow in Scrouloose. Everybdy liles him; nntablhe end obliging, but-well, he'a Scroo. loose. .I never meet him but he has some new scherue. Yesterday he invited usa out to luaehb Nothing mean about Scollooue. The luncheon ordered, he broke out : " Old man, I've hit it at last. ltiggret idit of the age. No more haud-t-mlllolth exist ence for me after I -getl ll invrititln patented. Can't possibly slit tp lths time, and the initial expenees will be smail." " Wht'e Ithe scheme 7" I asked, with some of hie entllusiasm. ":You knowh biw. the atslindladn fakir? show yet a need and canes it to develop into. a plant, and to budbloseom, and bear fruit while yoi weit . . "I Inae reatl of muanh thingas,!! aidl I can. Liuuuly. "&lt;Well, lwillow a man'...
ARAB HUMOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 1 May 1903
ARAB HUMOUR. The old Arabs had a fine sense of humour, and many of the stories told in ancient timesof witty sheikh and caliph 'have not yet lost their point. An Arab poLtaster sent his work to a famous author of the day, who praised it warmly. " If I had only written it sooner," re plied tlhe poet, "my book would have al ready been known." " Dost thou want fame? " inquired the author. " Why, ihin up thy book in the rmarket-place, and all will see it.". " uit howwill they know the author?" " Just liang thyself close to tihe book." Tie Oriental Joon Miller is parent o ,minny jests. which are still curient among us. For instance, i pr-achor'in a mosque begail tlheiistiry'of;Noa 'with tiis citimlion'froni tlihe'.rin Z-a " I have, called Noah." Unluckily lie forgot, the irest of the verseand said the vame words over i gain. At lnst an -Arab exclaimed, " el?ouli ,will not coni, call somuebddy elhe." %.: . ^ One'ily, in a enOti- liouo ' a si ner slng ia mnelod ,wiosL re'frain was, wa ot n...
The Evelyn Observer, Published Every Friday Morning. FRIDAY, MAY 1, 1903. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 1 May 1903
Published Ecery F'rday J.lornitnt. ,,RIDAy, MAY I, 1003, n:s:Tlio -W hit e t elebritue r al St Joush'pui , ianiXean, on Sunday next, 3r in?ist., at 11 olm. ; i. The ordinary niinthly i:'netie g of ihe Eltha'nShii? CounScil will be held o'a Mnillday lifternioon ext. Theahton Trophyri cuoncra S and tall is louhr'ig iito bl will on the d nd' the 12th iaie Particulars aire gived in oeur idvertisinog cl ninis Btwh For Children's Hackring Cugh atnighut, Woonds Graot; eppermint Core. ibs 64d: The progrouamme ofth od Q takestown athleti sports which rburn to lake place ontlhe 18thln t will soe fouti nd in our advrtising ls pred i notified in The Cameron Trophy concert and hall tim arranged to be held on the 22nd inet Particulars will be'advertised in next Mooated-conatable A J Batty who has been s$,ýqhar'e of the. rye Burton district fear Y number hyears, hug I een t anferreday t Bungori Moto Eth ted constable funoodhouhe, of Boor;, takes charge of the Warburton police statioday thrGee of h...
SALTING A GOLD MINE. HOW TO TURN A WORTHLESS CLAIM INTO A BONANZA. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 8 May 1903
SALTING A GOLD MINE. ---.-----.?. _?., HOW TO TURN A WORTHLESS CLAIM INTO A BONANZA. ~-- -+-- " Lots of people think," said the grizzled Forty-niner, " that. nowa days 'salting ' a gold mine is a lost art. Those people were 'never m'noe mistaken in their lives. 'Salt ing ' a mine to sell it is even mnore common than it used to .le,. and every week in the far West, some shrewd dealer, by the liberal use of "salt,' unloads an. empty preposition on Ute guileless tenderfoot. Easy .to detect, you should think'? Not a' bit df 'it' An old hand 'at, thbm gmine vWil??alt' a? inine right under your eyes, and.you will be none thei er : ,Tellj .you how it"Is done you 'soy ? Wnell you must think^ Iiam pretty crooked m;yself' to know the ways of the devious onis btute perience is a :thorougli teaclii, you ":.Well, 'th'ere "are o :alls'or:' ts and, kinds of saitthg ", o?f ? a neatest tricks is .in te mae of salting; a ineihon the est s by pan.',Suppiose,' for-instance a man coibeis? toiselli you -...
AMUSING SCENE IN A THEATRE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 8 May 1903
AMUSINC SCENE IN A THEATRE. A correspondent'of a contemporary tells :a good story of an eminent tragedian who ,once played " King ,John'". at Leicester. : There is a good deal of flourishing of trumpets- in 'the drama,; and the manager, not having a trumpleter of his own, engaged a German musician to ' supply the flourishes. The Ger man not understanding English. very well, the manager put him behind the scenes on the left of the stage. He himself stood in. the -wing at the right of the stage, and instructed *the musician ..to toot his trumpet when he signalled with his hand. Everything wHent well until King John came to the passage, "Ah, me I this tyrant fever burns me up I' Just as the cininent tragedian was about to utter this, the manager brushed,. a, fly off his nose, and the musician,. mistaking the movement for the appointed signal,' blew out a frightful blare upon his bugle, The king was furious; and the manatger made wild gestures for the German to stop, but that estimable ...
WANTED TO BE CORRECT. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 8 May 1903
WANTED TO BE CORRECT. An I ixhpmhuuuft wal emuplo oyed 'I' It huilduir 11 uirrv htudrtq bun enuuultlfniu That ha wnrilul Ivtrry Lon tprtckuq In I6, ldnivry lueje'. In ttue1uigre tie'n' of111, y Piat. lnp Inlf.t 11, ttu h1 1II hut 11 11le ( Iio tru:l eu upl auue tuintu uuiw ctuplurot tenl titeuth tuu piiiell, It., 1ue1' rtckl~tt ItI W)In h d hl' 111 ),1l1 111) 141 fil~ll) 111'e i 111 11 1111 11up ý eel,,11 1 111r1. 111141iw i m etuutl rl It lutel.l itI keue' U11 the 11I hug.. hit I 11u 11w tit "Ii hula Mk&ppthl ýtalttwu' tie it, )Ma t` luhm,
A NEWSPAPER APPEAL POEM. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 8 May 1903
A NEWSPAPER APPRAL POEM. The following won the £200 prize re. cently offered by a syndicate of American editors for'the heat appeonl poem' .to news. paper subecribers toI pay. up their arrears, The lucky and talented author is the editor of the Rocy lMountain Colt r Lives of great men oft remind ots, olloelt men won't stalld a chance [ The mdi'e we work there grows behind ul, Digger patches on our pants, On our pants once new anlld glossy, Now are stripes of different hue i And because subscribers linger, And won't pay us wlhat is due. Then lot us be up and doing, Send your mite however small, Or when theosnow of winter strikes us, We shell have no pants at alh
"STICKING TOGETHER IN ALL SORTS OF WEATHER." [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 8 May 1903
" STItcKIN TOOORTHIER IN Ala. HonTs OP WORATIIunI,"-T-l' frt"ulrshlp betwoon mnn andl man which enables themn to stick to. glthelr Int nil lllts of wetloltir sa tlfrloilohltip worth hti?ing, In times of pro?perlty ?oain of t ernu hnardly dlllhtinnish n flellnd of this kindl fromt ono of thI othor sort. ut let the storm eaidti, ntlhlt nlld we soon knollw wh ti theuu frienl' l , Aw\l whtin the Itlds oft ickness uthliur silllot Is wit tllurnI ill itmll alnd Inllnctively in Iollhowny.v's I'lll sntll 1t)llllnll h 'l'h',v Io'll m ha1 nllly fl'hl:ld wheel ! fl'ndh.ip Is .-mrth I ra pt sub lme*, We ltki n l ? tt t I oi i h 1 u1t0 1 '(1 11 t ,,1' a h.+hitit
THE BATHS QUESTION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 8 May 1903
y THE BATHS QUESTION. g At an ordinary meeting of the Lily dale Shire Council, held on Tuesday, p 28th nit., consideration of the question ,, of the management and cont, ol of the; t Lilydule haths reserve was te-opened by d a receipt of a letter from the Secretary a of the Lands department, intimating f that, pursuant to a recent confference at L; Llydale in reference to this matter, the Honorable the lMinister of Lands is of opinion that a satisfactory settle. I ment might be arrived at if .a com-. mittee of management were appointed, consisting of three members of' the a North-western riding of 'the shire and three members other than coun. cillors nominated by ,the general public. Or Taylor thought the conncil had every reason to feel gratified at the outcome of tihe conference. . The state. ments made by representatives of the. citizens and the council showed wil. lingnese to meet the proposals made. To hita it seemed that'the only matter at stake was as to whether the council w...
ELTHAM RAILWAY. TIME TABLE. WEEK DAYS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 8 May 1903
ELTHAM RAILWAY, * TIME TABLE. S . WVK D)ATYS. L.eave 'Melbourne-7.38 and 0.38 a.m., and 5;10 p.m. ' SIeavi iHeldelbirg--8 25 n lO and 0.5 .m., and 56.55 pi.m. Leave Greensborough 17 minutes later than Ileldeberg, and arrive at Elltham 25 minnte. after leaving Ileidelteri. SLeave Eltham-7.35 and 935 a.m., and * 6. n p.m_. -^.. ?"' '.. b.t.... ie .wibh-. -), "d A.47 p. SATURDATnYS. Leave Melbonure-7.38 and 9.38 a.m., 3.10 and 5.0 p m. Leave IeIdelberg-S 25 and 10.25 a.m.; 1.55 and 5.55 p.m,. &avne ILtham--7.35 and 9.35 a.m.; 1.6 and 5.6 p.m. Leave icdel berg-- 17 and 10.17 a.m.; 1.47 and 5 47 p.m. I ,I nnS ;pm ..,.. )_-.e...? ....i, --
AT THE TOWER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 8 May 1903
AT THE TOWER. s, Ispernon.e are awareof the strictness with which the T'rower of London ie guarded from lose without and from treachesry within. The ceremmutlry of abutting it up every night on ltinuens to be as solemn, and us rigidly presu. lionary so if the Frnch invalou were actually aloot. Immedittely after " tattoo " all itranger are epell?ld, and the gots once ulosed, nothing short of nob aI aperatlive neoesity am Hire or audden illness ceal procure their being re.opomned till thile appointed hour tbn elet mortling. The ceremony of locking up ia vr-y ancient, curious, nsod stately. A few minutes beforeu the cloch alrikeh the hour of eleven-oa Tuesdays and Fridaysr twelve--the head earden (yeoana porter), clothed iu a loulng red cloak, bearing in hia band a buag buouh of key?, ead ettended by a brother wrden ourryingl a gitentie lenteru, nppears i tirol of Ibe main gusrd-honcu , end o.li out is a leud voice d " Ieoost keys I " At theae wordl the nerleant of hIboegal, with lire ...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 8 May 1903
GhurC1 itrurces. Church of Englad Services will be held as under - Kinrlake Ii a m. Penton t It.l.l 3.30p m.% Q sr:enstoyn ; 7. . • 1 Rev. J. Francds. Miay 0lth anad 24hl Upper Dlnmond Creek'- 11 m. Panton Bill ..\ '..I30 p.mo Queenstown ...'- 7"+ , r, Rev.? J. Francls. May 31st, Whlitsundrly: Kinglake ... "10.45 a.m. P'nton 11111 ... ; 3 30 p.m. Queenstown .. .'" 7 *' - Holy Communion at each servico. Rev, W. Green. FRUIT TREES FOR SALE. F W .NINK, Nurseryman, St. Andrew's, a . Quecestowln. has the'follotnrg fruit trees ned plants for sale at: reasonable 'New Peaoh Princes - ='r ra'lrsw 6 .enmiis . Ifulrberries Gooseberries Raspberries Iled Currants Filbert Nuts Chestnuts "llack Currants Walnuts hectarines White Currants Vines Palms' S'aselson Fruit Date Palms Loquats PPlRus Insignus. All trees grown carefully tmiler Government supervision. ir Send for P ice List. NOTE AonRess- F. W. NINK, Nurseryman, St. Andrew's P.O., Queenstown. Railway Refreshment Rooms, J Lilydale Railway Stat...
MELBOURNE HORSE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 8 May 1903
MELBOURNE HORSE MARKET. Campbell and Sons; Kirk' :B zaar,. report :--We have- to again repot a short supply of country horses. The demand cuntinues good fur useful horses in all classes. Indian remeounts and gunners are in great request and are comm.nding in many cases is high prices as they realize in India. Up standing hacks, buggy hoses acnd wagggnette sorts are in demand. Draughts and medium draughts are in fair request and figures realized ar equal to late quotations. Well trained4 carriage and huggy pairs are wanted for local requiremeats sad for immod. fate shipment. Stout ponies and pony pairs about 14 hands are always sale able. Omnibus horses are wasted but few coming forward. No change to £32 to £43; medium' drasthts aend plough burses, £25 to £30; Indian remounts and gauners, £30 to £46 ; carriage pairs, 100 guineas to 120" guineas ; plhaeton pairs, £35 to £50 ; order cart hores., £10 to £24 ; lrdi nary saddle and harness horses, £6 to. £9 10s. Country loes averaged £11 ...
No Title [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 8 May 1903
ronepom (nu1'tlIItanzEn ofien decilreul ho 'Iu thmouwu nof mnch of the etiirlnir In him cinintre, and we are toldl thit ihe nom ap . hip of fupolnoorv IoII Hoohol and mkse Ite, Illifliiill for pun Stnslieohnmii to got iP leiving. S iiweor ShIN nay he, It m irr iiiJrtln trite Ithat t he r'fl'SrirO of forIr m eto ir InIL ohie hlliih en nuogrq Olin lieh ii f ti he lnhic mimlein, 'Sn (iirlfy S hn bloliit emS iiiioproii dlmirlere of ph HiSer ano ml iunpoob, Sigoniily oralonl,, minm IlR aiorrwahlsIIle lILtimine 5. 5Iilnl~hpo I51555, If ~cli ptip!o from otnuS, ptpiinalrfllmii, or iulioai, m i Ir 1 Slito', or mimllmpinr frllc, pool lind nom t t Slm least inelllo l p delay S iilloivmil e IPloloicolm, onr popr hnllfarnliptry Ihlpeei toiinii, renIneiSIs hone beaeln 11 foS IrfuS elisl of tnaps
LAW RELATING TO NEWSPAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 8 May 1903
LAW RELATING TO NEWS. PAPERS. 1. Subscribers who do not give express notice to the contrary, are considered as wishing to continue their subscription. 2. If subscribers order the discontinn ance of theirperiodicals, the publisher may continue to send them until arrears are paid. 3. If subscribers refuse or neglect to take periodictals from the office to whiech they are directed, they are held responsible until they have settled their WilI, and ordered tile periodicals to bedisconMnued. 4. so, f fleers ra ne t ual. p"Ifg without informing publishers, nd the papers are sent to their former direction, the subscribers are responsible, 5, The courts have decided that " refo s hin to take periodicals from the oSlee or removine or leaving them unoalled for ln primta foele evilence of Intentional fraud." 6. If subscrlbers par In advanoe for periollicals, they are bound to give notlce to the piulisher, at tihe end of tihe time, Itht they do not wish to tuotinue taking it, lotherwise the publ...
CLOSE SEASONS FOR GAME CAUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 8 May 1903
CLOSE SEASONS FOR GAME. CAUTION. The subjolned Table, showing the Close Seasons for Game, is published fto general information. All previous Tables are hereby oancelled, ' llE WHOLE YEAR. All Australian Frlena, with the exception of snakes, In Natlional Prk near Wilson's Promontory,all birds, except sparrows and mninahs, not Indigenous to Australia, and their produce (including eggs), antelope, hee eaters, bustard or wild turkey, Califor . nl'an quall, deer, emus, ephttianlorse, fan. tails, ly.catchers, great kingtlisher or laugh. Ing Jackass, grouse, ibis, large grey kangaroos (mnacropus gigantous), great rod kangaroos (msacropos rufus), lyre-birds, magpies, malple lark, native bears, owls, tiartlldges, pheasants, platypus, podargus or moolgkes, robins, seals, southern stone pinover or curlew, swallows, warblers, white swans, wrelns, 14th day of June ti the 2011th day of Decne. her in each year, , llltak swan, wild geese of all kinds, 1st day of August in each year to the lest day ...
FISHERIES ACT 1890. CAUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 8 May 1903
FISHERIES ACT .1890. CAUTION. The following Extracts from the Fisheries Act 1090,, and Proclamations therounend, antmndinlg to date, are published for geueral informatini. Section 16.-Any person fishing with a net or fixed engine i 'say river, creek, or stream, or within sud.h distance from the snouts thereof as may be proclaimed by the governor in Council, shall be liable to a plnalty of not less.thaei £ nor more than £. . - S16.-All nets containing fsh ht5l I be mpl ý! tý1Y1r+lttr* Afs nditw Ilig on to dry land any net containing fish shall be liable to a penalty of not lees than £3 nor more than £20, Section.20.-Any person knowingly tak. lug or assisting or attempting to take any fish not indigenous to Victoria, or any of such species, within three years after their introduction, or asy 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 1 penalty of £20. Section 21.-...
COURTS. 1903. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 8 May 1903
COOURTS. Courts will bo held during'thoYer'l1903, at the undenrentioped places, on the-days, at the hours, and O the"d,.. I Name of Court Da Feb March April May June July August Se Oct No Dec Heidebe Moda 2, 2 2,3 6,271 4,25 1,22 6,27 3,24 14 5,26 2t 21 Heidelber .., Monday 1, 2, 2 t 2, 23"t , t ?t t 6 7 t , t "t Aderion l Creek Monday.. 11 9 9 0 11 8 13 10 71 12 16 7 Eltham Tuesday .. 11 0 10 . 1 1 2 1 14 11 8 13 o 1 ""x 211 1 6 " 16 13; 1. 8 33 flealesrille Thursday.. 2 30 26 26 23 21 16 13 10 5 331 lydale ... Friday ..30 6;15't 6, 13t 3,171 8t. 15 5,12 3"3,10 7. 14 4, 11 2 9, 16 6.13 4.11 15y 27 20, 27 24 22,29 19, 26 17,: 14 21, "2' 25! 23, 2 127 t Ferntree Gully. Wednesday 9 25 25 29 27 24 29 26 23 28 5 23 Warburton . aturday :.. 10 21 i '13 .16 13 - 11 5 3,31 8 19 -. *, .n --,e a SPoliIce Magistrate's alsits. t Licenslug dod Warden's Courts. D. BERItRIMAN, Clerk of Courts.