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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 15 May 1903
Severe Burns Relieved. " [Iaving u?ed your Zimn.Buk Oint. mlit, it is with plranuro I give ny tetlilnony to tho iellionoy of annln," nR)'s ,1i ne ?ate Olarke, of Ilizh St., \Vest hMlitand. " I nam working in the Ml itland Steam Laundry, oi?d wts aenvtrely huIrlt with a slnonthinl iron.l I nlaiied Ztln.lluk, and after three upplienlions mtty arm was completely heatled, thlle allowting ino tio continue wotlcing, for which I tam very grateful,' tn"liluk Oitmnlent will ie found i a crltnitn ouir for oute, hurns, holls, bruil's, rtainlg esres, lilies, nltna, hinraon, rheumatimnllt l Inml aR., lanurnlgin, rillngwirntl , ph1nplh, blluklheds, llth l?d aunl ontrekl Ihands, 'hilbhinia, eta, A.s an nthrulnotinu, t, nt. Iunk Is unleqalled. Prom all ohaisttlts na?l stocs Is Old per pot, or post phid fni the Zl lmilal Mllnufrit turhing Ci,, all Piltt St., diyrll?tly. y0 , -Al w NC Iy j r DON'T LISTEN to what peolle say:when: they would dih courage your hope of exchanging w :aknes tnn sickneqa for...
FISHERIES ACT 1890. CAUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 15 May 1903
'FISHERIES ACT 1590. CAUTION. The following Extracts from the Fisheries Act 1090, and Proclumations therounend, amending to date, are published for general LInformation. Se fction 1.--Any per mn fishing with a net or fined engmine a any river, creek,' 0 stream, or within eu,,h distance from the . .the Governor in?a*rs1-Y .htoil be liable to a penalty .of d(-ilems than £2 nor more than £20. .... Hection 16.-All nets containing fish shall be emptied in the water. Any persou draw. ing on to dry land any not containing fish shall be liable to a penalty of not less than £2 nor more than £20, Section 20.--Any person knowingly tak. - int or assisting or attempting to take any fish not 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 he liable to a penalty of £20. Section 21.-Any person put...
COURTS. 1903. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 15 May 1903
OOURTS. 1903. Courts will be held during the Year 1903, at the undermentioned plase., on the'dys, at the hours, and on tile dlates hereinafter respectivelyset.ont, ei.: Nameof Court Day Feb Marchu April May Juno July August Sept Oct No Dec - . . . . . . . Heidelberg Monday .. 10 2, 43. 2,°3't' s ,4?t 4,25"t 1,2*t 6.27'1 3,24t 14,2St 9.26*t 2, 23 t 41 Anderson a Creek Monday ... 11 920 11 8 13 10 7 12 16 7 lthat :... Tuesday ... 11 10 10. 21 1 9 14 11 8 13 10 8 Healesville .. Thursday... 2 30 26 26 3 223 21 18 16 13 10 8 " 5 3,31 Lilydale . Friday ... 9 30 6, l3t 6, 13t 3,l7tf 1.8*t,l 5*t.2 3*'t.10 7, 14 4, 11, 18 2.9, 16 6,13 4.,11 20, '27 20,.27 24 22, 29 19, 26 17, 24 21, 28*1t 5+ 23*t, s 20t, 7 18t 31*t Ferntree Gully.. Wednesday 9 25 25 29 27 24 29 26 23 28 25 23 Warburton ... Saturday ... 10 21 21 :1 16 13 11 8 5 3,31 28 19 * Police M?lgistrate's visits. t Licensing and Worden's Courts, D. BEItRItIMAN, Clerk of Courts.
GENERAL INFORMATION. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 15 May 1903
GENERAL INFORMATION.,. A pirocess® by:l.hich papeoi cani heb mado from seawooed has been. in- vt vented. T'ho life-tree ' of .Jamaica, con= tinues to grow for nonthis after it has been 'uprooted. Holland's trade is 'the heaviest per head of, any, European nation. It amounts to £45. for each person. i ]lome has a water supply of 200 million gallons a day London only 160 millions, and Paris 00 millions. There are 336 places of public entertainment -in London. with l a combined seating capacity :for 400, 000 people. -+- According to isur alnce statistics teetotalers may explect seventeen -years moro life: than thoseo who in dulgeo'in alcoholic drinks. 1Ex-President Steyn. worked' on his father's farm. until ho " wats :about nineteen, when lie .went over to Europe to study law. . Analydls of ai poiuld of chimneyr soot showed thatl it cnntiitded i;on, calcium, nickel, inanganese, coPlper,,? and silver, . - Russian railways are the mnost? dangerous in the "world., Thirty persons : in ever...
A MILLIONAIRE LEARNING TO WRITE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 15 May 1903
. A MILLIONAIRE LEARNING TO WRITE, Mr. Cornelius Vanderbilt losn his. ability to waite when ha wa stricken with paralysis last summer. For several months ha ave no allen tioa whatever lobuoinles mnttrs,but about two months ago, when be was still at his newport palace, " The Breakers," it became necessary to attend to certain financial affairs. He is prsn tically in control of the fortunes of all hbi sisters and brothers, as well as his own, and there are certain matters in relation to the mana gement oi'this wealth which devolve personally upon him. lie must either perform these duties or the inaticate machinery which keeps the Vander bilt millions in motion must be completely altered. One of the Iltat requisites, of course, was his signaturn to vasionudocuments. This iMr. Cor aelius Vandesbilt was unable to perform. The peeplyria had attacked his right side, sad to. day his tight arm and hand are praetically use less. Cbauncen Depew was with him at " The Breakers " ahu hea uade ast...
IN PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 15 May 1903
IN PARLIAMENT.: Speaking one day of a public mani'n Daniel 0-"O'(onnell said in, his pro bso?I that this gentleman should not- ho against the: governuient, as they had offered hii' his"full value.: *: Sir,"' said :thi gentlemilan l;jilp= ing, up indignantly,, ' they' offered mo nothing I '. ."Just so," said' O'Connell, "that is e+xactly whiLt I surmised"'' This, said in.. Dan's.: inimitable mannler, of. course convulsed his audience.
HER FIRST CAKE. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 15 May 1903
IIER FIRST CAKE. She mtennured out the butter with a very s- .nlmann drs, The milk and nugar also; and she took the greatest care To count, the egg correctly, and to add a little bit Of baking powder, which, you know, begin. hers oft onmit, Then, she stirred it all together, and eho babked it f1II an Ihor; Itnt she never quite forgave heroelffor lHav. log out the flourI lHer Mlhothcr: Don't you find Jack rtltor rough? I'r?ecllhu Yea, utmma. And yet he,.sa'y! hoe shaves every day, .me I" ello, gloves," asill Jack to Tonanle and Hatmmtle. " 'Wlhtcher call us gloves for?" naked Tommi'tte, " lecausel yolu'reo pair of kds," ' ald Jack, ilss P'lantagenet do Veroe 'Thnt antln' nltoplion to mtoe ire most olfenllve,= and he has thereputalaol of ieinit fortIne hullter, 1)v you mtippet, it in pnila's wealthl that all tos hit' i li?r clhne trloml (ihoughlfuiII)I y Why,wH! t also cal?ttt hb i " The Alniel t afti 1llti it Gfr.Yitrc M h itsly," lahi the nltiloshll, " li1 tines to spaok ttnerlitig ...
REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 15 May 1903
RBOULATIONB. The Short. Curses of Instruotion for' Faruters and Fdritera'sons will be held in the towns of Horsham, Boort, Kyneton. Ballarsti, Geelonge, Sheppar. ton, NMfTra, atid Warrunmbool, during the mtoths of June, July, Aegust; and September under the following coudi tions : Instrriction will continue for a period of four weeks in each centre. Three lectures will be delivered in the afternoon of each day for five days a week. No oharge will he made for instruc tisn., , Fa.rmsers aid'Farmsers' sons or men Swho hav d ?t l'east otit "year, on .. . .... r i-m ssion _. .-, Thoan attending Stay be of any age over 16 years. No entraneo examination will be held. A final examination in every subject will be held, but attentdance at this exlamination will be optional. Those who pass the final examnia tion with credit will be awarded a certificate. The Australian Natiris Association will present a Gold Medal to'the most eaccessful Student of all . those attending the Short Courses of Ins...
YARRA GLEN. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 15 May 1903
YARRA GLEN. A public picnic, ihiuh proved very succeseful, was held on Wednesdiy,. the 22nd ult. The ladies' comhititeei, conseisting of Mesdeaues Cook, T. Albert, G. Albert, Allen, and Miss Shore worked very hard to makie;s tlie adoubted success it proved to bl, £1'. 19u 61 .beiag the amopsut eillecte , alnd there was not one refusal. I'lie cool- _'. mittee have decided ton'mikdaa'picuic :an a'nuail event.. The day was all that could Ie desired for such anl event, consequently a very great numbur or people were present, numbering in all altout 400, and, judging hy the stlailiung faces of old and young alike, they tiho. roughly eujayed ; the 'outing. The catering was all that could have bolan desired. Theire were a nulber of races for all comors,.and some very haad somei preeosentfor those who were luoky enough to meni first, second, third,' or fourth. For the yoang narriied men's race, the'first prize was a silver mouiated pipe. in case; 2nd, a cigar holder, in.. case ; 3rd, a Iack...
A LITTLE TESTIMONIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 15 May 1903
A LITTLE TESTIMONIAL. " nHow do you like your new typewriter ?' inqrY4lc the agent.' " It's splendid," was the etlirtsiantic response. " Well, would you mind l grvin g me a little testimonial to that effect l' C "Certainly not; I will do it gladly." So he rolled uip Ills sleeves, and in an incredibly slhort time pounded'out tilde: " ' afterd Ui-Ung thee iutomatig Ilackutionn atype writ, er for thre emonth£ and Over: I udhesltattlnggly,pronounce it, prono nee it to bell.ad, eoven more than tie e Mnnu fnatursr.elom t for it. During the time been in our possession idlha more tit an paid paid fr itLself, in theI Sawving or time an d labrrl-Johp Smith.' " " There you are, air," " Tltnkst" said the agent, duliously.
ODD BURIAL CUSTOMS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 15 May 1903
S'ODD BURIALh CUSTOMS. TaI Mohamenedans always, whether. in their own country.or one of adoption, bury without coffinor cayket of any kind. During the tilne of the old Roman Empire the dead, bodied if all except luicides wereo .... -,_L.- ,+ --nl mp uoriued their deadl in tho grotinrl; butt more generally crcmrnaLveu themo. in imitation of the Romano. In India, up,tilllwithip. thelast, few years, the.wifo, either riccording to her. wichles or otliirir e;"iiwa" ciemated on thee iie funeral pyre that donverted' her dead husband's remains into tshe?. -. Wheon.a.chijjldji in, Greenland (says the Chieyon al/tp), tIq tratir?vs bulry t lire dog with "it thi ilolý tu be te?ed;b§; the child as a uiete to tle' otri6r w lle. \hen qtueotiotied Sin'egatd tb this peculiar seuperitition, they will only answer: "A'dog- ca find his way sntiwhtere. " Pile nativ'g of Auatr ija the hands of their da d ' topgg ther and . 1pu1l n?t the nails; th? 'is for fear thltt the corpeo may scratch it? ?nay out f t...
QUEENSTOWN SPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 15 May 1903
QUEENST''OWN SPORTS. k.ollawilng are the entries and handi. cap', or the handicep evlnts to he rue at Queeeatowen on Monday next : '04 ' DISTRICT sHANDICAP. 120 yrds.. ytl S OC I n .ell' : . 8 OG baltit 9 A Cracknell; J. Murph . " 9 - J A. HWhite.' .10 . WN HANDICAPte 1 lt. eA. OracM elly .: 12 J. Murphy .. 9 A 1 White 10 0A. . W hite ..; 1 R. 0: White ... 13 8. A. Oracknell ...: 13 T. Salithn .. 1
EASTER MONDAY AT SMITH'S GULLY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 15 May 1903
EASTER MIONDIAY AT SMITHi'S GULLY. Ar 1lit rwitlh your kiid ipet itset?n ,?. il ulu.cpyi li smali espiae.n your paipt' i ~giBing an secutit of the ehildreu 'a. nhuil fet:ie lt Sithll' Guilly on thi 13th1i ofApri last. ·0 inii to the vh t ing anythligi?g hu t. proi pitiou fo afr siie days previous, t.i aIs thought that this eannutil event worill ,ietl be thie success h,,lied fior ha the eiathiertli oai the- day :itself brighteisdl '.sie?ilill and the spiritts of thit? rpo iiters ru?est correspondintgly; and I sati ileased tol say thi atteiduaie' of. tie' .ge',oral ipulic was sartisfactory, led that'the day's: programs e wi a .carrlied out and enjoyed thoroughly.. .Ainong the visitors' during the aftern0oon was our ,esteetiiad ParliImnetatry replresents. tive, Mr.'E -II. Cameron, th!e Minister .of :.Mins and Water Supply, and his presence added additional pleasure to the gnihering. To the residentssof the Gully, and especially to the older ,jt,rttots his attend ce ure of noati, D1r" a...
THE QUEENSLAND PEARL SHELL INDUSTRY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 15 May 1903
THE QUEENSLAND PEARL SHELL INDUSTRY; -,;.The centre of. the pearl fishing in dustry in Queensland is at Tihutsday' slitnd, on' the extremt not th east of the;: colony ;,,:.thero are about 850 boats engaged inthe fishelries, aniid 2,000 oen. Jaipanese, 1 Javanese, Kai?akas fiom th. South Sea Islands: Chinese, Australian, aborigines,,and ,Malays formi the crews:.. The product of theI fisheries, peatrl shell is imostly shilipd to, London, ivhore it. is sdld' it tthe Comnitnciitil Sale lo Roms "about six times ?a year by auction. It is a very 'valuable -product for Queensland, and some thing like £5,000,000 has been soe cured during tile' last' 25 yeurs: for pearl shell. . Th? ' material mother of pearl comes from the Queensland shell anld buttons, .knife-handles, knick-knacks, etc.. rroe niltndfactured front it. Thle old', style of raising shell by .naked diving and its romantic associations, is rapidly ldisappearing before 'the introduction of diving apparatus. Modern diving is conduc...
WHITTLESEA PLOUGHING MATCH. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 15 May 1903
WHITTLEiSEA PLOUGIIING MIATCH. The Wliittieses ploughiini. inatchl wee\ lield at '" Williamslrook," VWhit- . elises; on Tillitly -lst, thld . rullo ,ing. .i lib?,;l' the rexultuf the vurioues con I: INGLE FURROW PLOUGHS. CLASS A. .' Open to all. First prize, Complete Set Plonah ;Harness, value £7 7s; giftof S. W..Gihion. RpEFq,, Feniwick Stud Ftrna , Yno Yu?an `second, £4 ; 'third, £2. . . _'L. Andrews,.Wo.edstock;,, I... 1 E. Audrews, Kalgaroo Grde.... 2 E. Bassett, ,H ezolgle?: .... . 3. ::L CLAss iI,. Open to all who have never won a first or; second prize in Class B. First prize, £5 second, £3 third; h £2; fourth, £1. T; Creighton ... ... 1 B. Mann ... ... 2 CLAss C. Open to boys eunder eighteen years of age, . such boys to make a declnration respect. leg agoe if required by the Stewards:. H. Coulthrd... ... 2 W. 'Laidlhy .. . 3 DOUBLE FUItROW.PLOUGItS. .. .... " . ;CLAss D. : Open to all. First prize,; £5 ; aecond,* A3 i third, ,£I. :J , fJ. Maon.. : - Budd 2 A. Andrew/'s ... 3...
THE BLUE HIGHWAY. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 15 May 1903
THE BLUE HIGHWAY. Tho cold beach cries behind us In the grip of the sea's unrest; We've done with stagnant harbours, S,.We're decked out in our best; With a white bandt on the funnol Instead of dirty grey. We're off to meet old friends Upon the blue highway. 'Vives and swcetheartl s cnll us, SCall to us of .hoo , Theo red gleam of a tate?lr'u l Creeps out across the' foamrii';; But woe head for the notched!hlori?zon lWhero ithlo great" whiLtoclibeikirs4 beI Anil aill,'the stars-are i shillig, Aero sliinig" i tl' sca Comrades'. voIces f'\wa t'Is;' US ..:-: `Of thel oad tak Ouri sieotlheaitsisst a l , siothers-l .le loved ones we iifors?ike??3;:7 But we headflfor thei nhothlied. orizoi :Whereo'thoe'great 'whito bro:ekers beo. Anid, iordtheiCary feodhed h cll? l?ddds iher chicks at ; :se. S' : Riddatl, in ''iThe Outlook"
IS THE NORTH POLE INHABITED? [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 15 May 1903
IS THE NORTH POLE IN HABITED ? --+ Sergeant Julius Fredericks, one of the, survivors of..the (Greely expedi tioln and one of the three who also made the sensational 'dash for the North 'Pole and reached the 83rd?. piraillel, will leave the Unit'ed Silites early il the spring for an 'other attempt., to reach the coveted goal. He expects to make the voen ti:re ii all air ship twhich is being constructetl for the express purpose, niil In the laust few monitihs ho has slient llmuch time: in' testing .,the working model and making sugges tIons. i,.Mr' Williais Mnc.Donnell, of dhlicago is"'the getitlnaiir who halus li frfdctel theo todel and under, whose d1irection thd alio i-lsip?.i.' s b: lg .conistitcte9ld. 1Mfi:r I'teder icks 'ls ,certain ithat.ttho shiep wtrilli perforn tho desired fune-c ?Ions, nil:d says that' if; bhe .- is not decl d -eii n hii lsi estimate, hle will not only: reiadic the polo himself,' but it i;ill: b a comparatively easy thing foroveryone else to do so. i':The e...
MAKING IT EVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 15 May 1903
-MAKING IT EVEN. Sin front of tho gulnrdroon of a curtainl regimntuelt in Alderslhotl ttlootl at gorig, intd It was the dutlly of the soldlor on nontruity t lko oeti ll hitr with it a ttllet. At twulveo ton 'Yhn iiytn, by ittln tako, Istruck tlhirteen, Harudly had hIe given thie gonlg the itlat blow when out froml thou guardlrounl rushed tht corporal - " Do yiu i kntow, ilaitt," littlRi ioe, " youl tLrnlk thirttten ? i" " Diid I ?' snai 'rinl, tid piciking uip tlue tullet, hu struck the gttong otn the, rovureo aide, SWlat ol onatlth are you doling? a?iouted theL corpo'ral, K Ildcklitg one back," atid 'liti Of utawuoeil l 2 tons yhildi olle t.lo of kollp,,' ''hil gives? abiout Hlit t.t ildllln, iouent thousilt d tLol of kollp tir Itinido yenrly. on the ihotlut of Uroat.llrltain, , A v'ry ctilrlioult ttict !oitucerningl tobacou a'nlollh In' the ioinlurkaitlh ihalige in tlutrti' Wiullcih it lunldrgotut aftoi ollorlteinglir the moutith. From tlhe blurning Oli , of It cigar the il uoko I...
ROMANCE OF ENGINEERING. [Newspaper Article] — Evelyn Observer and Bourke East Record — 15 May 1903
ROMANCE OF ENGINEERING. Otpinl or the pttilli titiniaitIl to uhn 1'olulxylwlnfu It nlltuud Luun el col0 Uu"~l ºnlaxllocfor uv:f ntltindorutt Ili oti wlºcl, proposer ct I 'IluuI'kIIblu lll'Lh101 to hpuup mutll or NoILtIlul ln td tvoIul'u In it atitu coriltltttl whid o tiinots ttroughIOI It tu br niig coo" It IN p)rotu)OtiOI to ititittIs iln of t lwI proveId aio IIuIreNiuifit tn lit IIstgt % ' - tInipl iittti fiti ilus tl u 1nn l i tI tt iIt ipdto foti nutiston whithli wrilluldt univ 1)ni it lul Ctntiii ti. iii 1,o111 I 1111ii 11 ti eiit ta rn III i .in'i ItIt tiuitI 11 im uI, 're111111y 11'a1' 111 1111 ua 1l1-r it "Mill" 'Ll'uke ulld uvvl· , 1,11111 wrllltll urrcc,