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FIELD DOG TRIALS. DISAPPOINTED SPORTSMEN. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 8 May 1903
FIELD -DOG TRIALS,. DISAPPOINTED SPORITSME1N. (BY " WATTLEDARK." (P "TIIt Au ? TRALASIAN. The iuauguratisn of trials in tbhe nien--,' field for pointlers ddidestters hs a hlienn : long looked forward to :by :shooting. +..,: me.. It had bhenn aran,'til.sto havoe, trials at St. Hubert'. padti?k,-'et' Yoring, near Lilydale, owneJ by Mr.. David, Mitchell, than which no* place. could be more suitable. No fewer than ten brace of pointers aod'seven'brace of setters, many of the do0s being noted workers, were entered for the trials. The committee were equally successful in obtaining the experienced services of Sir John Madden and Messrs. J. L. Purees, K.O., and John OClark to act as judges. Saturday was the day set down for the trials, and by the early morning train quite a hundred sportamen .jour neyed to Yering. A rived on the ground it was found that everything was there to make the whole thing a great suacess-splendid paddocks, plen tiful cover, experienced judges, an eaergetic committe...
CALEDONIA V. KINGLAKE. CALEDONIA. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 8 May 1903
CALEDONIA V. uINOLAKB. CALrDONIA. First Innings. ,W. Smith, b Murphy.. -.. 1~ Oleunon, c, b J. Hubbard ... 2 Beare, c, bClements ... ... 0 Fitch, c, b Murphy ... 7 Hartley, c, b Murphy . T. Smith, , b A. ilubbasd ... i. W. Duoll,c,b Murphy . S Peake, c and b A. Iubbard ... 1 W, Coutle, b Murphy... ... o Bletnshy, run oat .. 0 Wright, not out ... .. 0 bendrLes .. ... I 42 Bowling Analysis. balls I r?ns wkts J, Hubbard ... 6t 16 Clementi s ,. 86 10 1 J, llurpky ... 24 10 6 A, Ilubbird , 19 4 I . cond laulags, SDleasby, t,bbMurph h Paauke, Murphy 0 Ilenre, b urphy .. 7 llartley. not out Olennon o, b M urph y "" 0 t W.smith, b A. Mubbard .. 1 Wine wickets for... .., 25 t Dowling Analysis, a balls runs I wkts oJ. Murphy ...36 6 4 S J, Ilubbnrd . 1 11 0 r A. llubbard .. I 9 1 KINOLAKR. First Innings. W, Hubbard, ran out ... I4 II W, Murphy, b Olennon ... 4 I J. Murhy, c and b iuarse . I Olemenl, b learoe ... 14 7 A, liubbard, o, bh lenno ... u S J,. iubbard, b 0leanou .,. k W, Murphy, b B...
Indigestion And Eczema Cured. AFTER MANY TREATMENTS HADFAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 8 May 1903
Indigestion And Eczema. Cured. AFTER MANY TREATtINTS IIAD FAILrD,). Il grada?lly sank into *a state of litthlenth;" says'Elizahert Orrkran, of Nna8, Mlilton Place, Ricbhmond, Mel. bourne. " My blood became imnpover. ished, and unsightly pimples and bletches appeared on. my face and neck. The doctors whom I. consulted pro. nounced it to be an acute form of Eezemai, and although they treated me for some time, my health gradually grew worse. I could scarcely eat any food, and what I did eat disagreed with mre, and the suffering I endured at times was dreadful. Inlso tried various medicines advertised, but without result, and I was altogether in a very despondent mood antil, one day, I received a pamsphle wherein I noticed where fellow sufferers had been cured of similar complaints to my own hy the jlutlicious use of Bile Beans and Zam Bolk Ointment, and I decided to give thorn a fair trial. I tinderwent a course' of the Bhnas, and at the samn time applied *tm.3uk Ointment to the leishe...
A PARSON'S GRATITUDE TO HIS DOCTOR. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 8 May 1903
PARSON'S GRATITUDE TO HIS DOCTOR. A good deed deserves thanks, if the deed is one that has been of great help, one that has rescued a man from imminent danger, then the thanks should be of an overwhelm. log nature. Oratitude for a service rendered shows appreciation for it, and is moreover edifying to those who have performed the deed. The Rlev T, B. Swift, a well known and highly respected reverend geotlentan. of Alexandrs, Vict, has just expressed him. blftin glowilno terms for the great goodneess that has befallen him, For a long time heo suttered all the agonies that constlpatlon and indigestion bring to their train, He long sought a cure for the pain that tormented him, and although he tried high and low for a remedy, none was fortheomillg, At last almost as thoueh by the working of t'roei. dence, Dr Morse's Indian Root Pills were brought to his notice. Then, and not till then, did he recover his health, and with it iis lost joy and happiness. So pleased was he with iis complet...
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 writer's real name, not necessarily for publication, but as a guarantee of good faith. TO THE EDITOR OF THE EVELYN OBSERVER. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 8 May 1903
CORRESPONDENCE. Without endorung the opinions of our correspondents, we shall be glad to insert communications bearing upon topics of public interest, which may be intelligeutly expresaeor and free from personalitles, on condition of receiving the writer's real name, not necessarily for publicatidon, but as a guarantee of good faith. TO TllR EDITOR OP TIIEB VELYN OBSERVER. Dear Sir.--As a constant reader of your paper, I beg respectfully to utter a word of protest against the action of certain petty minded " gentlemen" airing their personal grievances ad nauseam in your widely-rend paper. Shakespeare says " Some are born great .:olhera have greatness thrust upon them." Does Cr. Thomas belong to the former class I if so he is belittling his birthright; for, for downright egotism, his letters are hard to beat. "IRatepayer" may be claned' under Shakespeare's second heading, but he bears his " blushing honours" but sadly for a Both are?videntty trylng,--na. -. of the1 public, to act on ...
CRICKET. THE CAMERON TROPHY. DELAYED REPORTS OF MATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 8 May 1903
CRICKET. THB CAMERON TROPYT. DELAYED REPORTS OF MATCHBS. The Hon. Secretary of the Kieglake Cricket Club, under date of the 2nd iust., writes us us follows :-" Esclosed you will find scores of two cricket matobhe, Kinglake v. Christmas Hills and Kinglake v. Caledonia.. Both these matohes were won by Kinglake owing to the opposing teamst not turn. ing up on the second Saturday to play. I might say I lost for a time our scoring book and I procured the scores front the other clubs and I nm sending them to you as I received them." KINOLAKE V. CHRISTMAS HILLS. CHRISTMAS HILLS. : ;- Firt Innings. ..__ SCumberland, b Murphy ... .. 6 I Harris, run out ... ... 8 r Wilson,b Hubbard .. 11 SA. Love, b Clements... . .. 3 Stevenson, b Clements ... 0 Lowman, b Hubbard... ... F. Dohot, c and b Clements 11 Robertson, not out ... ... 0 * uudries ... ... 12 70 Bowling Analysis. balls I runs wkts J. Murphy ... 60 34 3 Wm. Murphy ... SO 22 0 Clements ... 42 12 4 J. Hubbard ... 6 o 2 ' Second Innings. Cn...
MINING NEWS. FINE YIELD OF GOLD. 566 OZS. FROM 12 TONS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 8 May 1903
MINING NEWS. : INE YIELD OF GOLD. S66 05Z. FROM 12 TONS. Our DininUnnd Oreekcorrespondent ritns, rdiler date of Wednesday last, ,s follows Last week G rdino? r and party orushird 12 tons fur the hanledrue yield of 366 ozs. of gold, or 301 oz+. to the ton. They still have upwards of 30 tons at grass. They purpose erecting a battery on their claim. Considerable excitement prevails over this filne yield, and more claims have been pegged out, 0. Gosstruy and party have secured the lease of the " Nancy Boll," adjoin - I ing Gardiner's claim, The late fine - yield should give a very decided impetus to the work ef proving the Sline of reef. P. Ryan and party crashed "about 6 tons for 20 eas. from the Union Hill. Sutherland and party, of Arthur's Creek, crushed 2 tons fur 9 oze,
KINGLAKE WEST. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 8 May 1903
KINGLAKE WEST. The improveminnts to the Yoa. Whittleses road are in full swing at present. This seotion, under the con tract of F. J. Pearce, is already assuming a dilivleonl aspect ; and, when inished, will. prove a great henefit to the ;rraidente of this district. The contractor lIfor horms me that already 24 chains of t.o.tlling have been donel and, given flir weather he expeote to littlst in another six watiks. A lite qusrry of blue alateyl to1ae Int the vuiciity is boling worked to iprovide the mtetal, At the annualh.a.peotlnn of the loel Statet sohol last wetlk Iby Mr' Gamhlo, titrlioetIlepector, two of the pupils, phanlott?l Itwamllhorn and l tlorrit 'Pearc, sucvdetld i girining ninitit eortillluntes. This is ertdltahle to tuhem arllig that It wtts thuei first year in the sithl olaa.
The Evelyn Observer, Published Every Friday Morning. FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1903. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 8 May 1903
Published Every Friday .JIo'ning. The ordin?ry .monthly :meeting of the Whittlesee Shire. Uouncil will be. hold on Monday next. Entries for the handicap eveisi to take piece at the Qieenetowa. athletie sports oa the 18th iret, must be in the bands, of the hon. secretaries by 8 o'clock on Monday evening. See advt. The ploughing match to be held at Whittlesea next Tuesday is being well supported by the general publis, the donations given are on a very' liberal scale and total a nice sutm. It only remains now for good entries and suitable weather to make the affair a r "blamper success." Full particulars are given in our advertising columes. The Northoote Town Council, at their meeting on Monday evening, passed. a resoletion approving, of the t. aeti lof th Fitzry ,Direct ne Co. ~_t!~-B~i-- didtoq setantives again wai (r. ent with the object of indu him to get the line referred to the ays Standing Committee as sot a Parliameont assem bis. On Saturday even last Mounted. C Constable Boxh...
FAR ENOUGH APART. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 8 May 1903
FAR ENOUGH APART. -*1·--- A gentleman l)ig I(.l it n w 1*Ill'iet of Ipolnloces a.1111 tII J in gRP(rdIIIIm' to but uutru will pirunl, I twin fill, onoutig ii A few dinyr li ter Ii hr ntuIlioutur sndl : * Weit Johni, dillt Inu tiflnt Ili polatoloc · ill' 1411111.1, lln I (oldI you1'II " I did till," r)l))( 1'1 Intuit, " phali iii uinuni'Il iniylu garden' thu itnnlu lin mine ; tin I try till Inhui, uttlli i 11ull1.. 1 "
DIAMOND CREEK. PROPOSED FRUIT-GROWERS' CO-OPERATIVE COMPANY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 8 May 1903
DIAMOND OREEK. [ - -- "_ .PROPOSP 'n,PjT-GROWERS' CO OPERA COMIt (FROM oo00 owN CORRESPONDENT.) A movement is on foot to create a company called "The Fruitgrowera' Co.operative OC.". Mr. Sell, of Don-, caster, who has been appointed to try to float it, delivered an address 'i the I Literary lastitute, Diamond Creek, on Saturday night last, on the aims and beneets of the scheme, and ii an in structive and lucid manner pointed out the great advantages that would accrue to the growers from the establishment of such a company. The attendance was small, owing to the short notice given and the selection of an unsuitable night. Mr. Sell, however, is personally visiting the growers. Large support is being given to the scheme in Don caster, Somerville,' and the Goulbura Y nug e c. af ire scheme, if more remunerative prices to be obtained for fruit. There is a wide field for such a company in disposing of fruit and vegetables, obtaining information in respect to matukets, and assisting in imp...
KINGLAKE RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 8 May 1903
KINGLAKE RIFLE ?LUB. There waR soino little excitemeit 'on the local, ranige last, Saturday when' trophies prpnented too the, club: were fired for. The firat priz. ,w-s a p?iy;, kindly. giveni by br. JMr J, Troill. iecond price,- 0 0; third. prize, I5?. The - conditionn; we r:-Save n :lhits each at_ 300. and 400 yards at as diseppenarit; target, the tetarget appearing and disappbariiig alteruitely about every five seconds. T. Mason secured first prize with 7 hits. He hoa been shooting very consistently of late, and only lost the last (eimilar) competition by 1 point. Second end third places were filled by F. Owens (6 hits) and J. J. Traill (5 bIits) respectively. The local club is very strong, both numerically and practically, thanks to the energetic efforts of Secretary Traill I and Captain Lawrey and their execu tive. About thirty members of the club completed last Saturday, and the shooting on the whole was very good.
THE DOG AND THE WHISKY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 8 May 1903
TIE DOC AND THE WHISKY. -4- On board of a sloop that the writer served in, a magnificent re triever dog had been left by the late caiptain who had been invalided homne, as a legacy to the ship's com pany, with whom he was an Im lellnse favourite. After his owner left he became the pet of the fore castlo. Like his kind his sense of hearing iwas very acute, and the approach of a boat or of anything moving on the surface of the water was mnad. known by him long before the keen est humlan ear could detect it. 1He could swim for hours, and loved the water, but, alas I his good qualities were badly utilised, for it was fountl that. in the mess to which he was particularly attached, his men-chums were frequently found under the in fluence of an undue amount of drink. All sorts of dodges are resorted to by blue-jackets unable to go ashore, to obtain illicit supplies of spirituous liquors. Cocoanuts, milk cans with false bottoms, pumpkins, and even cauliflowers have been found to con tain gr...
GENERAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 8 May 1903
CENERAL INFORMATION. Stammering is. practically : un-i known amonig savage tribes IHerrings bring in £2,000,000 over half of Englanid's annrial flsh take.: London'p County Council make £90,000 a.year-proft on its trams. As a rule grey horses attain 'a greater age than 'those:' of any other colour. Thle world' has 128 astronomical observatoric, of which Great l-ritain has foaurteen. fl Roughly speaking: the Transvaal covers a hundied and tawenty: thiou sand square miles.' ' 'An "English .na?y's .food inlcludes 28 lper cent., of meatthatof an Ilrish pIeasant otly on.e per cLnt, : From an elevation' of ft. above sea?,level yqu -can see three alies, froil 1,000ft, 42 miles, in fre'ding a horse 0Th of oata rare est l to 10th of hay of. 50b of hf;esh clov?cr . ... ' :;, ; iin: England 500 people a. year dlo sof hunge?ii 100' of whol areo 'lnhati tanta of Londoli No 'per: n:-I New 'cland 'may hold l'jo e than 1)10 acrest offirt-e klias tarin tglaud Th?eo i(erani rl ckleisLhagtg .' Par'Ilt ...
A NARROW ESCAPE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 8 May 1903
A NARROW ESCAPE. Sone -years ago a countrymainl cn teied a liardware. shop in the North 'of' Ireland "town' and asked 'to be supplied with'a certain article An apjreintic :'recently arrived :wns given a canidle and sent up to:the attic' to bring, downri what was ire Iluired; Some :tine affterwarwlds the wproprietor :ask'ed =the ?adl:if he had brought '.:dovnii the c"andle.again, to which hei.plied, irOhi'?,ed,"I for got: I stuck' it in "that' barrel of onion seed behind the door. 1'he1 owner, s .hair rose on' end the so-called ;barrel of :onion 'seed: being: one of guipowdr:-' : . hastily nascending to the attic, e saw he was not a pioment too sooi. Piart of the candleswick .was just a bout 'to fall oi, the candle being one of hho ancient tallow :" dips.:': Treading, on tip-too he reached thei barrel,' and "carefully interlacing' his ,fingers around the candle gave it ai 'sudden jerk; throwiig it:harnmiessly on to a cliai ;i?tnd thiise avertiig a terilibld.catastrophe. When all.dang...
SHIPWRECKED AT SEA; A TRUETALE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 8 May 1903
SHIPWRECKED AT SEA.; .A TRUE TALE. An oceai llieri crossing thl Banks isoneas hit swept tie deqks sighlited :a fisllsl'g essels" with tie flag flying the:o union: down-everywhereo the recognisaed , signal of distress. The captain looked at the vessel through his telescope, and saw no signs of -life. It--?was freezing cold and the waves- rolled in- grey mountains :which' threatened to crack oa boat in t'o slinters before she was -"fairly lowered. Tile captain thought a whilo, and looked out:on the sea, and figured his chances, of getting to the distressed fisherman. : i 'HII '.called .-hisi crew, rang th'i en ginbeer's bell; _iid i`madelo r; dy to lower. ":boat : Ti?ecrew listen.? to ivii'atI osidithitit'the t, Iut declarerdh thenmseles ready -to;try it. Tiheni the .aptain , lokd .gain .through hts telescolpeo-tuile rubtid his: eyes iin 'astonilshinent: T1he": flug on "the" fishermanpanhrid ia little Lto fore, hadl been flying "itilon ',,tSi, was no V:fl~ ing fri oe the nia 'lheid, I...
GOLD MINING IN EGYPT AND THE SOUDAN. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 8 May 1903
GOLD MINING IN EGYPT AND THE SOUDAN. itnhhdreds of European and Amnerl can tourists in pursuit of health or pleasure, now travel on the Nile, be tween Cairo and Assouan, every year ; .and, since the destruction of the Dervish. power in the Soudan, Wady:' alfa, and Khartoum have, ys a -M'.:'. J. Alford lit "'Cas0 siers Magazine,"' attracted many ' ?Thus ,i he v lley of the Nile hlias be conmies vell-known 'as any part of Europe ret;~ivithin a few miles of the rier':on either side, lies what is practically'an unknown land. The Ssandywaiste'seen from the river, be yond*tt'e blelt of cultivailoni to the eastwia d in no May relireseniis the wliolo '9ntry bettween .thei.Nile and the Red SEca. .At .Kuneh,i in at, =Ni6fdeg. N the osandy zone, whicl fotris the true desrt,.is but 20 miles Widel;'while fii thie latitude of Assou ani it"is 'filly 150. 'To the east of this, -and bordering, the coast of the lied Sea kI's a .,chain of lofty:;and ilugged mountains, 50 ,miles ,wide,' several- ofI wh...
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 8 May 1903
J, T, MACKEY, JUNR,, Cordial and Bitter Manufitcturer, M. Royal Place (off Swan-street), RICHMOND. I 18 years manufantating for Helle and Mackey. Lilydale Cash Produce Store. S, H. W. Pither] (Late of M-elbo-rne Marketa), The only legitimate Produnc Mercbants In - L , the Distrc:t. cs h F ARGE suppliles always on hand of the ..LJ following B - Ds Bone Dst• Superphosphate (Cumming, mlith & Co.) Oats, feed whole and crushed rtartarian, Algerian, I Danish, ltput Victorian Seed Yorkshire Hern Peas and Strata. tem, less than Ilelborner prices Chaff, Ray, Bran, Pollard, Straw Barley, .Rc. a Pla L R e. been a spell nna ;.. ieed b1 &kicoy.sthlt LlPwe a keel 3 verything fi the AGonT for he celehrated SBalvltls. A call will oesvinee eery6body. S. H. W. PITHER, Pomeroy & Tarrant's (Under Ioyal Letters Pateat) ,TUt71 1 AND Tree EXTRACTORS, FORIsI T DKVILS, Are still to the fore. Cannot he beaten. Orders by post receive prompt attention. Agricaltural Implements, Ito. Note...
(All Rights Reserved.) Bonnie Barbara. PART 1. A FASCINATING LOVE STORY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 8 May 1903
(All lights Reserved.) Bonnie - r Barbara. PART 1. ;A -:FASCINATING LOVE STORY. "' By Effie Adelaide Rowlands, . ;.Author; of ;Prilceless Violet," " A -Child of Charity,'. 'A. Kl.agand a. .;: i. ?:* •; : . .' :.:Coward," &c. CITAPTER' Il.:";:' . T,;rhe, September sunshine had, been. -.brokvn anllz dayby heavy cloudsand I.itful gusts of rain. , i -:Summier had been ;lato'-in, coming, Sand people had-been looking forward 't a mellow autumn' as a little sol "-aroefor .a cold and cheerless spring. '- But' foir-once the seasons seemeod to Sbtou'tof gbear. The" months had rol : . led by;iandi though'i perihaps'for a -weeel?i'o, tvo thuieo h'adbcen a 's'pell &lt;'i'oT;r'i;heiat th'ere hlad alnays'foIiowuied.a 1-dt.1 ý1spolOf wind ýaind rain2' 'And non' Septedmber was .coming to a c.:ose and in a very litle time win ; ter" woulil be heralded in.' . I ai::: nm, afrald you nwill f.nd the p,,place looking a little desolate. The (tgarudens have. not sbeen much .attend: .,;-cid t...